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Array wxmS-mamui> iitif���������LtrUj  Vol. Xffl.  V  "*-   "t'*V  CRESTON, B. a, ITBroJL5|fOCTOBER 21, 1921  f&%~~  No. 38  Display of Valley ,  Photos in London  ing; are now. the ^ general" order .of*  thinjgsi the L. JL. Davis, Geo. Hus-  eroftand JY Benadetti being amongst  the former. "  The Boara of Trade,, has - copmiuny  icated with F. Wade; British Columbia's, agent general in London, England, to make arrangements for the  prominent display in his office of the  enlarged' photos which" Robt. Stark  took along with him to exhibit with  -the Valley fruit which is competingat  the big British Apple Show at Crystal  Palace, JLondon. at the-, end^ of this  month; ;';    Z .:��������� *' Z ^yr **'-, Y *"  These photos show .&&" exceptionally  heavy> laden stra,wberry:plant taken at  the Monrad Wigen ^radttcn. ;  AB heavy , ������������������  bearing limb of a Mcliitosk He& apple] at a fine iate.  tree takenya.t'"the 5$. {V.YJackson{   .i_  ~ ~ iy  ranah, ^������lub ni������o: anoiwe- apples producing   ail   tbe-w**y   out   to    the  c'uu o* the wood growth surds the season previous���������a detail, ;we 'are  told,  that the English Ihorticulturiat will be  quick to see ^ndy������������ fully appreciate.  Fi out the Jackson ranch also comes  the photo of' aYMcIntosh  Red   tree  which is_carrying an-enormous load,  as well as the picture of a peach tree  limb that displays a nice crop.     The.  peaches 'haye been taken "close up"  Zx-x-t    ~*m _"*_       ~.0~mrx~~il-x -��������������� ���������        ��������� ������ _iS5T**j(  mivi BaE*j*~r   ou nrnx/afttntiaixtty   uivc yustu  in every detail. A vine of grapes talc-  en at the W. P. Stark ranch is equally as good as the peaches, aod^thepear  tree on the Robt. Stark ranch certainly could not be excelled either for load  or sise of the fruit.  All the photos are the work of F.  3. Tamer who is dessrying of highest  commendation not* only for* his excellent-   nKnfQorrntnttift   ������*flPorf._   \ytt~,  |������1������C tt*V  v Local hunters lave all reporting fine,  bags off-duck'and a few geese, and the  =2irJi ������~i?.i--*r.i? *.fsM** *< n!:fa-Rs 3������ 0%-,-a ss...  gM****d ������snntiug that' obtains in this see  tion has. attracted ,the , attention . _  Nelson sportsmen, two prominent bus-  *   x "--I ^A-'P'P'iS^      -      -    ~x    t, ~.~.   t "^     j      -t    W "m ->  Frank Putnam is Zhney  harvesting  his thirteen acres *?������K potatoes at the  Browell corner.y !iPhe������rop while light  will lively -fee one/of; .the best in the  '^l \ Valley, "And .will; avenge about three  "I tons to,the ante. r Ttte-spujds are going  iness men of that city, who spent the  week-end'here, returning home with  fine. bags.    ,->-*--'-* s  Y J. Tyo.has four men at work on his  claim here���������about two miles west of  the depots, and figures on getting out  aca\|ple of cars of ore tbis fall.    .  , S- Wigen has the cement basement  in and the frame of his new barn up,  and the finish np work on it is going  'who has been on the  summer, left on  ���������* jttenry isegg,  box factory staff all  '������tex^s^s.-** and the tows SEirsl** ������������������������>������"������>  that cheerful voice of his which helped  some in keeping tbe town,alive. _     >  The Women's Institute held their  monthly' meeting' on Friday. Mrs.  Lyne read a report of Mrs.I>ankbnrst's  pHper_ on , immigaatioh given at the  recent conference at Crawford Bay, in  which she touched on the  ��������� Wft   t4.00-.-v   i.     t���������0V.X4*0  */0.e xitxttv. an uieiav  nave  *...������.   iitxmv-xi  tijs iak*   Vaiecj   via kUvHw   bile  tr&euoUcMb  IE'|5 mk*   fancy  horticultural views he secured.  iu    tixjlax-  ���������iii   bilities of Canada,. and bow settlers  were needed; particularly in the west.  She spoke af the problem "of ~ the-������iis-  tttre'of'races and the question of-Orl-  ental labor. . In this connection, a resolution was afterwards passed that  the,Institutes take np the "matter of  Orientals not b-^ng nllotfed to b������w  land?- As the- Institute is giving a  whist di-ive and dance on Arnrnptiee  Day. the next meeting veas put ������ff till  Nov, 18th, instead ������������f -the !!th.- AH  membei-s of the Institute are asked to  bring a dozen sandwiches ancTa small  cake on the night of the dance and  will he admitted, for So cents, instead  of 75 cents,, which is the charge to all  others. , -. '"  direct fwiin, the ii^lfjinto the ear at  the siding; for.. iij-tffaediate shipment.  the two older-members of the family.  The' Lyon's left^here about eighteen'  months ago and are- now'i-esioent. in  California,* and' have but one boy,  Percy, left of a family of four.*, There  is no truth whatever to the story cut-  rent about a month ago that Mr. Lyon  had passed aw?iy.  Provides  Modern Facilities  APPLiA  -At their next nixing the United  Farmers ^ill disens^tbe erection of a  central p^ckingv'sned at Canyon.  With It, erectea the^iaui to Erickson  would be avoided ^Jibipinent could  be matte iivcar.lw&s^tne siding.  " ~ "    *       ''I V      ^     "  ri"   '    -*S"~   -     mP"     \  , The'.-water ^hich^ms first turned  on inthePf-rigatioit^ysteni on Oct, 10  bad to fe. shut- off^%t- the head of  the supnly a few da*v* later in order to  make some repairs \\% a section of the  pipes which' was leaking., badly. Fore-  agn Searle is *naki$<*->r!enairs and the  sTipply should againYhe available any+  day now.  Canyon City was put on the foreign  export apple market .map-on the 7th,  when a straight car of No. 1 Mcintosh  {tods were shipped from*here direct to  New York city. -   -  gate on Sitorday^  the danoe given^by  Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Holder left on  Tuesday on a yisit to Nelson and  points' f us ther west!  __ - **  ���������iw.V>uuw Ox xjiGS'-tS't-xx IS S. T^SIucut Of  ^MS������^r������4BbAvm ������e*^ enMUttn**^        jHffa,  Viua   ^������    ^.q^.  tract to slash and clear ftve acres of  the F. V. Staples land here.   ,  .00. .'..-������*i....-,..-' ���������Iwhere'sjie'a.ttendedj  the JPanff 6rche<������ i  ~t^^       m r .*.     -��������� v****. li  tFtt.       *   " "      "^     ���������������/     ,    -l "/    *" ,- \ ~  Bay McKelvey is the-first of the lo-  eal gunmen to. realise "on "his < husreers'  liecenssw Be got tt Couple of rather fine  8*peeimens of venison while Imating  along 6o������it mountain lost Siinday.   y  Mi*s" L. T: Leveque has just return-'  ed from Cranbrook, where she spent  some days yisiting.old friends.  0"" u v  Road foreman Harris was operating  in this section during the week, doing  work with the grader, following the  rains op Monday and Tuesday.  mmm "U ���������" im  Potato harvest' is-/ nnder * way this  week* Fraiik-Putnamhavingacrewat  his 18-acre patch of spuds at Canyon,  He Is loading a carloibd dire-iit from the  field into the car for shipment. , Now  that irrigation is available we hear he  intendsplanting five' acres of his Canyon -ranch to berries^ and; will overhead irrigate it;  W. ' 0. Littlejohn appeal's - to he  having the best showing of potatoes  of any of the'local growers. * 'He is  now digging his- area planted to the  Million Dollar variety, and th** showing, considering the season, is a re.  markable one both for size and quant-  ity.  Mr. and Mrs, E. C.Crettiey. who  were fair week visitors with Mr. and  Mrs. L. T. Leveqiie, have i-et������irned to  their home' at Fort- Steele.  A. D. Pochin and little Miss Helen  got hack last week Ytt|������m a sbnrf visit  with' Nelson friends,^ %t "which A. D.  attended the Liberalys-ominating convention. ,   ������������������ ~     _ f -"01& Z  ' '- '- - ' *���������" ^ **"' r-i~-  , The end of fche.wpatsjiw the finish  up of-^picking- the ^^gest apple crop  ever gathered in Cation City district.  While definite figare^Jiee lacking it as  expected the yield -oiliy riin as high as  10.000 boxes. ZP-j' - '  x    **y  J. W. Wottd   js  home  again ��������� this  week from BirchbankY, He is another  Ot. our Citizens, who JSas added to' his -  hotdingcf byjHii-eliasinft ten acres from j  the Land Setuei-uenir Jtk>ar<I, his new-  acreage being back of the schoolhouse  and Gilbert place.     :y *  Contractor Hendren has a crew of  four .men now on tbe work of erecting;  to new one-room addition' to the Canyon school, and" has tbe exterior of it  well along toward completion.  "Dad'' Browell is the 'first to get a  building erected on land recently ac-  Snireri here from ihe Land Setilciaieat^  eoatd." Charlie McCullougb haying  built a shack from _the j-oad in the  standing timber., tfred juroweii is expected-back this winter.  Besides   providing   a   theatre   that  will compare favorably with the best.  ?>r%i%? Uii then������,xn B.C., the opening dance on  ,the 7th,   fgH fafj. - taight  unmistakably   veveals  Jthe.faetthat^taie <8rahd~also provides  oii the^second' fioor a balh-oom of the  same high class as the theatre, provid-  ingjtfebm ������Bd to spare for- the largest  erowd of^dancera that Creston is like  ly to assemble for some time.  *TKejC splendid    fioor,    which    was"  danced into excellent shape atthe fair  night **hop,w provides a .space S3 x 62  feet.  .It is the popiuai- fmir^way con*-  ^struction and the initial-dance revealed the fact that- in alTitsappointtnents  the.ballrpom is ideally laid out," the lo  catfort of the'orchestra stall producing  the best possible musical effect." With  QVer 100 couples in attendance for the  Opener theseatine accommodation was  adequate'  and'the, two cloakroom*  and the refreshment room ib  Tom Hickey and Sergt.. Smith of  the B.C.M.P., Creston, had a su*$cess{  ful deer hunt- over-the week-end?-arriving on JVlonday, each with a fine  sample of a buck.        :.  a  few  Definite word wasYreceived  days ago of tl>e desth^:f Walter, tbe  youngest son <& ^Mr^aiid Mrs. BYG.  Lyon, his demise 'following closely on,  the d������atji of YDelbert;\and   EHsutbtetb.  age for a  brand new Chevrolet B������by f^    ���������* ������P -T Zi #     f-T* *      ���������  aLvZxtvA ~������^������    .^v ^wj*  ^nvementiy situ&ted Jfor the serving  > *na* * , -   I of supper. '   ,     ? *  Thei-ejsan abundant supply of flag*  and -bunting for effective * decoration  and that.the ballroom lends itself ad-  naii-ably for artistic' decoration was  shown fair eight when in addition to  the drapery Manager Rodgers introduced a pleasing "touch by suspending  loaded apple boughs -from adyantage-  ous points about the hall. ^  The  management announces^ that  t(>e jpOiiCy   Wid   pr������v������i<   Oa -giViiig, ODe  dance each month throughout- the*season, aad for NejsrVesrseves nssfequer-  ade hall will be given that will be fhe  specialist  rived home on  Geo. Leach, who has been at Spokane for some -weeks back, taking  treatment for his eyes= *r-  Monday, accompanied  tiy. Mrs^.Leacn. At present he is deprived, of the sight of one eye completely and tbe.otber .is aiso dangerously  impaired. .*' Hope, however} has not  been abondoned. and all will join in  the expectation that the treatment he  is taking will restore His seeing faculties at least sufficient to permit of his  resuming his,usual ayocations'.  II  The Wynndel Box Factory closed  down last Thnfsday.'after ������ very busy'  and succeaafiirseiison.  D. Sutnliffe. who has been in charge  of the boardingvhtMine in connection  with the box factory, left on Saturday  f<>r Nelson and other lake potato.  Ed. South well, w ho has befen here on  business for the .past week, returned  tn Spokane Trtdsduy.  Mrs. W. G"/Topliss* who has been  visiting her-daughter and friends In  the district for tne l**t two months,  returned to her-home at Winlaw on  Tuesday.  Monrad Wigen and his sister, Mrs.  C. Ogilvie, left tm Sunday on a business visit to Nelson.' - *  F. and K. Jl* Chambers of Canyon  City were visitors here over the week  end loohtngniit for the ducks.  D. A. Boyd, the ho* factory engineer, left for bis home at Fmaetor on  ThniBdny last.  J, C. Clark, who bus be-en on a bos-  incNs trip to prairie point*, returned to  bis ranch last wewk.  Burning operations and land cleai1^  The !Vfoderatio!!  attitude on ,thfe public demand for  eer bv the Glas  ~h~'i4-  given tl  Ert^nier~ dance event in the * Valley's  sstory.     Qn  every - hand JSanager  Rodgers is receiving hearty and well  deserved commendation for.providing-  the town with the highestjclass danc-*  ing   accommodation  possible���������enterprise that we feel* snre^wili be rewarded by the fullest possible public patronage. ' t   ,  ly ?j  &C  or this week, opening.'mi, an office "for  sdistrict*" ~  loco    an     t\tort  JK  HPHE   Moderation   League has been asked  to endorse  several  . petitions WuiCii.are afc present  sale of beer by the glass.  ������j6������iig  Circulated asking for  'XXtm  i)---t.  The consensus of opinion of the League, taken frorfi its organizations throughout the province, has been and is iii favor of the sale  of beer,by the glass under reasonable restrictions as being conducive  to moderation, Prior to the passage of the present Act the League  forwarded to the Legislature a resolution askinr  ������g:  *4  1  That the commission be given power to pro*  vide /or ike , serving of beer by the- glass dur~  ing limited hours in approved establishments  where meals are served. Suck privilege to be  subject to cancellation in any locality at the  discretion of the commissioners. No beer to  served over a bar." -  -Since the passage of the Act. public opinion has strongly substantiated the League's resolution, and it has been suggested that  the League should urge the matter on thejuerabers of the Legislature  at the present session.  J A  This the executive of the League is prepared to do.    It invites  the co-operationr of all in favor- of a moderate law and holds itself  -ready to assist in the presentation to the Government 'of petitions  and resolutions of organizations which have the above object in view.  All communications should be addressed to the Secretary  ������  MODERATION LEAGUE  CANADA LIFE BUILDING,  VANCOUVER  A general'meeting of the- shareholder* of Lister Trading ^ Supply Cotu-  p������ny v?as held on Mcada^eveningw for  the transacting of important .business  appertaining to the management."  The  H. O. SELL-IRVING,  Chairman  J. S. GLYNBS  General Secretary  SK  z-mmmmmsmmmmmmm  G.W.V A.   had   their  regular  monthly meeting on Saturday night, ^  with Ptesident BelFin the chair, after  a visit to Cranbrook on district veteran business. 9  Col. lister. M.P.P., left last week  for Victoria, to attend the fall session  of the provincial legislature, and  vt'as accompanied hy Mrs. Lister.  Lister Trading Company will be occupying their new store on the town-  site this week, tbe carpenters being  busy on the inside finish at the first of .  the week.  "Vine. Liddicoatt was at the wheel of  one of the trucks which took a load of  Liaterites to the Banff orchestra dance  at Creston last Thursday night. ���������  Jess Filmer and Chas. Burgess are  back to camp again after spending a  few weeks at apple picking near Creston. y  John Bird, A. Brain apd T. Atkins  are busy this week painting their respective homes.  A large crowd is expected at the  schoolhouse this Saturday night. Oct.  22nd; for the concert in aid nf the  school funds. A first-class musical  and literary programme has been ar-  rauged^nd a hijf naif-dollar's worth of  entertaiument is assured all who attend.  Tbe Literary. Musiral and Dramatic  Club,  which suspended operations ih  April for the summer months, hud a  re-organisation meetingon Wednesday  lost.     The   Yewbnry   brothers and  Brown orchestra  entertained   with a  find lot of popular airs and dance music prior tn ehe opening of the business  sesitlon.     President  A. R. Webb occupied the chair, and opened proceedings by explaining the aims and objects of the club, nnd referred to the  success of last season's operatons when  sixteen eyenlngs of first-class amusement were prov ded. to say nothing of  the successful dramatic  presentation  of 'Tony, the Convict," both at Ustor  and Cieston    It was unanimously de-  epided to continue tbe work, and in the  election of officers that followed the  following were chosen. President. K.  LangMton; vice presidents, J. Bird and  J. , W.   Head;   secretary,   T.   Atkim*;  treasurer. Dick Peterson.  LOOT���������Between Cranbrook S*������h &  D-v������r Co. wawmiil. Kitrhe-nnr, *nd  Erickson.' black jewelery caw contain-  ing a few watch**, el������Mtti*, wtf. $25.U0  roward.   M. McI^ihI. Omnbrook.  -v . j-"/ ������ misfit t.  -������wwW������i  i Z Z-        ' ,   ���������<       - _   ������-1 ^ v" - f -  ���������K    HKVIEW.     GRESTON,    A     Cl  tr-  .      Tlie  Homeateaaers  ��������� BY ���������  , ROBERT J. C. STEAD  Published By Special Arrangement With the Author.  (Continued)  Perhaps It was custom and the subtle pullings of association that drew  her feet down������ tho path across the  bench to the edge of {the stream that  gurgled gently in the still night. She  stood on the gravel by the water's  edge, packed firm by the wag*on-*wheels  of twenty-five years, and watched her  image as it swayed gently in the  smoothly running current. There was^  no moon, but the stars shone down in  their midnight brilliance, and the  water lay white and glistening against  the black vagueness of tho bushy  banks." She stooped and let it fondle  Jier fingers. It was 'warm and  smooth., .... But it was shallow at .the ford       ���������farther"  up it was quite deep The  stars blinked a strange challenge from  the sky, as though to say, "Here is* the  tree of knowledge, If you daro to drink  thereof."  At length she turned her back on  the stream and retraced her steps up  the path. The house loomed very sombre and still in the quiet night. A ligjit  shone dimly from her fatherls window.  At intervals a deep, contented sighing  came from the cows in the barnyard.  She took the path past the house and  down to the corral, where she paused,  her ear arrested by the steady drone  of milking. A lantern sitting on the  black eartli> cast a little circle of light,  and threw a docile cow in dreadful  silhouette against the barn. And by  that dim light Beulah discerned the  bent form of her mother, milking.  -Mother, this is too much:" the girl  exclaimed.  Her mother started and looked up.  "You're leaving us, Beulah?" she asked. There was no reproach in her  voice, nor even surprise, but a kind  of quiet sorrow. "I couldn't let the  poor brutes suffer," she explained.  * "Yes, I'm leaving," said Beulah. "I  can't stand it any longer."  The mother sighed.     "I've seen it  coming for some time," she said, at  length.      "I    suppose    it    can'  helped."  "You're so passive," returned ���������* the  girl, with a touch of impatience.  "You make me want to fight. Of  course it can he helped, but it can't  be helped by always giving in."  "Your father has met one of his  own mettle ������l last," said the mother,  and the girl fancied she detecte-d" a  note of pride, hut whether of father,  or daughter, or both, she could only  guess. "Well, it's all very sad. Your  father is a good man, Beulah. .'A .  I should send- you back to your bed,  but somehow- I can't. I���������I don't  blame you, Beulah."  She had finished the last cow. Beulah helped with the pails of milk, and  the two women went back to the  house   together.^  When    Mary   had  The Man Who Works Hard  Shonid Follow-This Advice  - Perseverance and will power he  should have, but whether he has  strength and vigor is another question. Hard working men often have  headaches and suffer from bilious  fits. Tho occasional use* of Dr.  Hamilton's Pills keeps a man feeling  fit and fine, keeps him always at his'  best. Headaches, indigestion, poor  color are quickly remedied by Dr.  Hamilton's Pills. Dr. Hamilton's  Pills keep the system clean and pure;  tone -up the blood, drive away tiredness and lassitude. No medicine  for men is better than Dr. Hamil-  ���������ton',s Pills, 25c all dealers or The  Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  washed her hands she took her daughter's face between her palms and kissed her on the cheeks. Slowly Beu-  lah's arms stole about her neck, and  it took all the steel in her nature -fo  prevent surrender.  "It's not you I'm going from," she  managed' to say. "You understand  that, don't you? I'll write to you often, and we'll surely meet before long.  . . . . But I've just got to. There's  no -other way out." **  "Stay tiii morning, Beulah. Your  father may be disposed to give and  take a little then, and you'll-do the  same, won't you? .... Oh, my  girl, don't break up our home like  this!"  "You" can't break up what you  haven't got. Aside from you, why  should I call this place home? I work  here, and/get my board and. clothes.  Well, I can work other places, and get  my board and clothes. If I've got to  be a cog in a mciney-niaklng machine,  I will at le&st choose the machine."  "What plans have you made?  Where are you going?"  "Haven't made any plans, and don't  know where I'm going.     But I'm go-  ���������tiX\JXj.������3  "1 can't tell you where she is, John.  She left hers last night."  "Left-here? Do you mean .that she  ���������has run away?"'  "Not Jn^st th'at, perhaps, but she has  gone, and I'm not looking for her back  for awhile'.*' The mother's voice was  dry, and she talked in, the restraint  of subdued emotion.  .  "And you knew she was going?"  "I knew before she left.     I didn't  ��������������� -  "No. "You" didn't think Ip was  worth mentioning to., me. *. Just a  matter we could talk "about any time.  I suppose you thought I wouldn',i  care."  "Well, you-didn't seem to care very  much, .John. You gave your orders  and went to bed. Beulah could obey,  or- get out. You might have known  she had enough of your own spirit to  soon settle that question. She settled,  it just as you would hav������ settled it If  you hacTb-aen in her place."  "Oh, of course, I'm to blame for the  whole thing," Skid Harris, and his  throat, was thick as-he spoke. His  daughter was very dear to' him, and  that she would leave him had never  entered his head. Why should she?  Wasn't he a good father? Didn't he  give her a good home, with plenty to  eat and wear, and a little" money to  spend from time to time, and no questions asked? What more "could a  -man do than that? Already his heart  was erying out for his daughter���������the  cry of -broken strings which never  knew their strength until they broke.  But to show any emotion, or to express regret for anything he had done,  meant surrender, and if there was one  thing John Harris could not do it was  surrender. Not that he felt he Sad  done anything wrong, or even imprudent; he-was sincerely sorry for what  had happened, but not for his part in  lt. And, lest gentleness should be  mistaken for weakness; he clothed his  real feelings In sharp words to his  -wife.  "Of course, you must take her part*.  I suppose you advised her to go. It  was an awful thing for me to tell her  she must do her work, but a email  X;  A  k^j&iL^wKjr  lug.     At present that's enough. " The  "frTip^r'tV-k  I   *.%tt4m-nst     O^mx    X-, rxm.     4-^     ���������**������������������**-������      0-*-rf.--x*-. tXT-0.M        T                        *         XilXt-XJii^       a-\^M.       MX^A        %,\S      A  U.JU-      C-.V CAiJ ��������� TT ^J.J.|      *.  hope she .likes It.     If she thinks I'm  tr.Jt\r_     ��������� xr  JJid.il*}  needed."  "Have you any money?" asked the  mother, with a brisk effort at cheerfulness. She was already planning  for her daughter in the new world she  was about to enter.  "Enough to start me. That's all I  need. I can earn more. It's not  work I'm afraid of, although I suppose  father won't be able to see* it that  way. He'll put all this dpwn to lazier**. !^****-=^-^-i obstinacy.     It's neither.   It's  Headache  Recurring headaches usually  come from an exhaustion of the  nervous -system, and they do not  disappear until thc vigor of the  nerv������ cells 13 restored hy such upbuilding treatment as Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food,  Temporary relief by use of  powders is often obtained at an  enormous expense to line nervous  system and the general health,  Get the nr,rves right and. tlie  headaches will not return, /  Mrs. W, J. Pearse, Nunn St.,  Cohourg;, Ont., writes:  "My tyntem became run-down and I  Differed igrtt.ly with pain in my head,  Thi-t wm to t*ver������ that I would havo lo  bind a tWh ttiHtly alxwit iwy h*ad tm  that 1 cotiUJ gr.t my work don*. A friend  advi-wl jhfl tn������ of Dr. Ch������������s'a Nerve-*;  Food, and ������fte������r taking the firrt bo* I  found <\vhr, an improvf run-flit in my condition. 1 canl'inOfA tiling them until I  had U-*n about itven boxe*, and they  iti-f-ngllT-ned and built wp any ayitetn  uplendtdly, completely r������!l*vlng ������h������ pain  in roy heatl,"  Or. C1i&a������*s Nerve Food, 50c  a box, all dealers or Edmanson,  Bates & Co,, Limited, Toronto*  UC~0iS    %XlU.\A    t-f 4-4 ������J V*"**V/^*  just a plain human craving to live."  * "I sometimes wonder whether I'll be  able to stand It through to the end,"  her mother whispered, somewhat fearfully, as though frightened by the admission. "I've���������I've seen it coming  with you, and t can't" help feeling that  perhaps this iti only the beginning."  "Oh, mother, if you should!" cried  the girl. "That would do It���������that  would open' his eyes. He'd, see then  that there is something in the world  besides wheat and cows, after .*��������� all.  You know, I think he's in a kind of  trance. He's mesmerized by wheat.  It was so necessary in' those first  years, when he waa fighting against  actual starvation, that it has become  a kind of mania. Nqthing short of  some great shock willbring him outof  It. ��������� If you would come���������if you would  only come too, tilings would be dif-  "But I couldn't do that," said the  htother, after a silence, and as though  speaking with herself. "He's my husband, Beulah. You don't- understand."    "'  They talked then, in secret, sorrowful confidence qf many things, things  for their ears������only, and the grey was  returning iti the northern sky when  the'.'girl again left the house, and this  time swung resolutely down the road  i, that led to Plainville. Her heart was  now at rest, even at peace. In the  sacred communion of that last hour  she had come to see something of her  mother's problem and sacrifice; and  although elio was going out into the  world alone, she felt that somewhere,  some time, was a solution that would  reunite tho broken family and tune  their varying chords in liarmony. The  North star shono very brightly amid  the myriad finer points of Ught���������that  filled the heavens. Sho raised hor  face to tho cold rays. - The stars had  always a strango fascination for hor.  Their illimitable distnnco, their infinite number; their ordered procession-���������all spoiled to her a Purpose���������a  Purpose that was bigger titan wheat  and land and money, a Purposo that  was lifo ,tlio lifo for which sho groped vaguely but brhvely in tho darkness.  From on unhappy sloop In hla room  upstairs John Harris was awakonod by  tho whine of tho cream separator, A  quiet smile stolo acroNB his strong,  still handsome face, "Boulnh has  decided to bo sensible," ho whispered  to himself.  Ill tho morning tho Harrla household wa������ astir early a������ usual. Tho  farmer and hln son gdvoe their attention to tho borfce'H \vlille Mary prepared breakfast, and It was not until thoy  woro Kfiatwl at tho tablo that Harris  noticed In Iff daughter'*! nbnonco.  "Whcro'fl Beulah?" ho demanded,  "I don't know," hffl wlfo replied.  "Ain't ������ho up yet?"  "I don't know," ,  ITarrlrj arono from tho tablo anfl  wont uputalrti. Ho ontorod hl������ daiigh*  ������ t������r'������ room without knenklrt*?* The bend  I had nofc bflon alopt In, and n atrango  * ftppTAhenHlon tucUlonly tlKhtonoil  1 Rhout h!������ cheat. Ho returned Quickly  [to tho kltoboti.  going to hitch up a buggy and go chas  ing around the neighbourhood, begging  her to come. back, she's mistaken.  She's gone of her own free will, and  she can come back of the same, or not  ,at all."  "I wouldn't look for her' back too  soon," remarked Allan. "Ilooks to  me as thought this thing had all been  figured out ahead. Jim went yesterday morning; "Beulah goes last night.  \  ecoxiipi]  Results  In Geo. EL Nickels G^se  o-  Prominent Wisconsin Man  Says Tanlac Promptly Re-  - lieved Him of Bad Case  of Stomach Trouble of Six  Months' Standing���������Gains  27 Pounds*and Feels Fine  , As a Fiddle. *  ���������      - j .     *-  It is an unquestionable fact that  Tanlac is now being more -widely endorsed by well known men and women-than any other medicine on the  American market:" ��������� One-'of the latest to testify Is George Ai.f Nickels,  well known lecturer, residing at 227  Wells, St.,  Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  "Tanlac has not only completely  restored my health, ������jut~I have actually gained 27 pounds In. weight,"  said Mr. Nickels in referring to the  remarkable benefits he had derived  from the medicine.    -  "Por something over six months,  my stomach was very badly disordered. I suffered terribly from Indigestion and Dyspepsia. At times I  would be In great distress and I  would invariably experience an- uncomfortable bloating feeling" for  hours after eating. I had no appetite scarcely ana - the. little I ate  would often make me deathly sick.  My head ached until I' felt like it  would burst and* I was so necvous. I  trembled like a leaf. When I got  up In the mornings, I was so weak  and dizzy, I couldn't trust myself-to  walk around and I just hurt all over.  "Tanlac has brought about a wonderful change in my condition for I  am now enjoying the very ^est of  health. My appetite is splendid. I  relish my mealsv Everything agrees  with me perfectly. The nervousness, headaches and dizzy spells are  s-  eeORGE   H.   NICKELS.  ~  all gone and I never have an ache  or pain., y I am only too glad to-,tell  others about the wonderful good  Tanlac has done. It has no-equal.'*  Tanlac is sold by leading druggists  everywhere. .        Adv.  and not a word of admission of the'  real facts from him? What more do  you want than that? And on top of  it all you help her away, and keep it a  secret from me as long as you can.--   I  daresay you ^knew their plans (from  Just a chance if they ain't amrrled bytthc first. " You thought I wouldn't be  this time  "So that's lt, is It?" exclaimed Harris, jumping up from   his untouched  breakfast. There was a fierce light in *  his eye and a determination in'his face  that bbded ill to any who opposed him-  He seized his wife   roughly   by   the  shoulder.      "And.vnu were a party to  this, were you?     You���������you wouldn't  even stop at that?     Well, I'll stop it.  I'll stop him, if I do it with a bullet.  I'll show him whether any���������any:���������hired man���������can cross me in a. mattery of  my own family."  His wife had risen, and was clinging to his wrists, half for protection,  half in suppliance. "NoWj^ John,"  she pleaded, "don't be rashf You  don't know that Beulah's gone with  Jim, and you haven't a*word of profaf  of'it." ��������� .'*.'*   *    ".    '���������',  "Proof 1. What, more .proof do I  want? When ditt ever<Beulah carry  On like this before? Didn't she always do as she was told? And  haven't they been thick as molasses  this while'"back? Wasn't it oyer wasting time with her-that''Jim got fired,  ���������'���������"������������������I- '���������      ' ��������� > ��������� - "; .ZZ     "'' ^  Wm URINE J?01*1 W* M??"lr?F:  Eye-. If thejr'frire.Itcb,,  "for. G^SKSt,-rrW Smart,or Burn, if Sore,  St~-~TmPCMlCIrritated, Inflamed or  TOUR tYEl^Granulated.useMurine  often. Soothes, Refreshes. Safe for Infant  or Adult At all Druggistaand Opticians.  Write for Free Eyo Book. Hwlie Eve RenceJy fe, Qkip  interested in that, either."^,.  (To be continued)  Have it always  in the house  \/*������/ISE mothers keep a jar or  y a tube of "Vaseline" White  Petroleum Jelly in the house for  many childish ills; such as bumps,  'bruLse'SffChafed skin, cradle cap.  It is soothing, healing and grateful to the most irritated skin.  Be prepared for winter colds,  too, "Vaseline" Capsicum Jelly  rubbed on the chest, and "Vaseline" Eucalypto! Jelly snuffed  into the nostrils will check them  .quickly.': * ���������'/.'y'  CfllpSEBROUGn MFG. COMPANY  (Consolidated)  18S0 Ch-abot Ave., Montreal, P.O.  Vaseline  Trade Mark  PETROLEUM-JELLY  He Knew.  Teacher.���������You have named all do-1  mestic   animals   save   one. v It has.  bristly hair, it hates a bath and is  fond of mud.     Well, Tom?  Tom (shamefacedly).���������That's me.  it nnmim  W\K   K11V  ������ IVI- 111111  Only "Bayer" is Genuine  Warning 1 Unless, you sec tne nam������  'Bayer" on package or on tablets you ,  arc hot getting Aspirin at all.     Taka  Aspirin only as told   in    the    Baver  package for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia,    Rheumatism,    Earachey Tooth*  ache, Lumbago and for Pain.     Then  you, will be-'following the direction3  and dosage worked out by physicians*'  during twenty-one years and proved  safe by millions.      Handy tin boxes  of twelve Bayer Tablets   of   Aspirin  cost-rfew cents.     Druggists also sell  larger packages.    -Made in  Canada.  Aspirin is the trade mark (registered^  in Canada), of Bayer Manufacture of*  Monoaccticacidestcr of  S'alicylicacid.  .<S*  .mm  14  feiftA  ,.*. x. 0   J  1    "Mary," ho nald, "I want to know!  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REWEW. ;' ORESTON,     B.     0.
42, Lya-ll Avenue,
writes: "On active service wi th the
R.F.C. I contracted piles through
sleeping ��� on ��� damps .ground.
Treatment by thta.M:0. brought
no relief and various " pile remedies" I tried proved equally hopeless. Shortly after my discharge
from the service a friend strongly
advised me to get Zam-Buk, One
box of the balm brought such
benefit 4hat I-determined Jo continue the treatment.*-' ", In , a few
weeks Zam-Buk' caused the piles
to v completely v disappear! All .
otlier sufferers should know of -
this wonderful hei-bal healer."
Use* ZAM-BUK fo? all soup Skin Troubles.
z The Old Country
World Happenings i
Rr'mflv Tn!d
Capt. Thomas' Edwards, of Viola,
Wis., is.dead at the age of 105. . He
was said to be the oldest man in Wisconsin.
The change-in the rule-of "the road,*
ag, it affects Vancouver Island ��� and
that portion of the mainland- not already adhering to the *, "turn to the
right" provision, -will probably be
made effective about' Jan. 5, says Hon.
Dr. King, minister-of public works.
though the bill for free,canal tolls
through the Panama Canal passed the
Senate, it will "be blocked indefinitely
by the House and may not be ejiact**
ed at all. ' President Harding is opposed to stirring ' up the question
while the'arms limitation conference
Is pending.
It is reported that the Vladivostok
Government gunboat Batetviet, recently
fired on the British steamer Baltimore���which, it was alleged, was transporting supplies ' for the use of the
Bolsheviki at Petropavlovsk, Asiatic
Russia. Both vessels have put into
port at Muroran, Japan.
Christmas Is a -wonderful timo to
visit the Old Country, renew oid ac-^
quaintances and have Christmas dinner at home. It is the one season,
of the ""year when the old. family
table is stretched���to* the -limit and
loaded with the best in the land for
the yearly family, reunloiu
This Is indeed a year for a reunion,
and why should It not be complete.
Every convenience In comfort and
service is offered by the Canadian
Pacific . Railway. - Through tourist
sleepers will be operated .from Edmonton, Saskatoon, Calgary, Moose
Jaw, Regina and Winnipeg, thus making it possible to go direct to the port
of sailing without "change or delay.
Tourist sleeping cars "will leave
Calgary, November 11th, ��� 13th, 21st,
22nd, December,5th and 9th. ..From
Edmonton, November - 10th, 12th,
20th, 21st, December 4th and 8thr.
From Saskatoon, November Ilth,
J.3th, 21st, 22nd, December 5th and
9th. From Moose Jaw and Regina,
November Ilth, 13th, 21st, 22nd; December "5th, 9th and 18th. From
Winnipeg, November 12th, 14th,
22nd, 23rd, December 6th', 10th e,Bd
' A postcard to any Canadian Pacific
Agent will bring full particulars re-
22nd, 23rd, December 6th and 10th.
Z/ R. 12
Don't take chances.  Get Carter's
%jittl9 Liver PUla right now.   Thoy
never fail to make the   A
Siver do its duty.   They^gS^
���' relieve conatipa- j^ a ^gpMwT!
digestion,    Jffl^5-s--?fli*lp
' driveoutbili-^Wl<AH|
ousneas. stop *jA M JLZfm �� ��L
, clear the com* Z,    _________
plexion, put a healthy glow on
cheek and sparkle in the eye.  Be t
and get the genuine.
SoaU ?m���SjaaUDose-SmaU ftfce
Gray Emtj^pid^y
Os a Green
Duvet yn- Suit
An   Important  "If."
.   We would all be" great if we were
measured by the things ; we   intend
to do tomorrow.���Boston Transcript.
Wretched from Asthmau Strength-
of body and vigor of mind are inevitably Impaired by the visitations
of asthma. Who can livfe under the
cloud of recurring attacks and keep
body and mind at their full efficiency? Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma
Remedy dissipates the cloud by removing the cause. It does relieve.
It does restore the sufferer to normal bodily trim and mental happi-
And Then He Did.
Visitor (who has been refused &d~
mitt^hce).���But are you sure you gave
your mistress my name correctly.
Maid.���Yes, sir. I says, "Please,
���ere's Mr. Bird." "Ho," she say,
"well, tell him to 'op it."-���Punch.    ,
"In^"bathroom"pipe may
jiave been .the cause of, the flooding
of the freighter -Canadian' Importer^
which drifted about the Pacific Ocean
for weeks disabled, -and waterlogged,
was twice lost and found again, towed nine hundred -miles'to.'- port and
then, was found to be practically intact as far as her hull was concerned:
Internally and Externally 'It Is
Goqd.;���The crowning 'property of Dr.
Thomas' Eclectrie Oil is that it can
be-' used internally for many com-
i plaints as well' as externally. For
sore throat, croup, whooping cougn,
pains in the chest, cello and "many
kindred, -^ailments ���_it has curative
qualities ' that ,are unsurpassed.. A
bottle, of- it costs little and .there is
no loss in "always "having it at, hand.
-   A Difficult Question ���   >���
"Does it annoy you when mydaugh-:
ter practises her vocal lesson?"
"Do^ou want me to be polite or tell
the truth?"
Why should you.fo!hzi>
v a crooked path?
Often a cowpath has been allowed to become
a..village street, and asythe village expanded,
traditioii has* made the winding way an expression of a cow's will.-
yljabit is always forging chains to enslave us,
so that what' has" been foundvbearable by the
fathers is accepted by the sonsY '
As children, we were not-permitted to drink
tea or coffee, be&ause it would stunt our growth
qf make us nervous eind irritable. When older*
however, we craved a hot drink with-meal?, and
custoioajgave us our tea or coffee. * '
Finally up*bn,the instructions -of the doctor,
Mother gave Hip her tea and coffee. But that
meant nothing in our young lives. ���>ur Vitality
was theh strong enough to throw off any ill effects.
ZZB\\t out' time <iame, and we learned by ex-,
pcriencei that we could not drink��teia or coffee.
When wo had it for breakfast it put our nerves
on edge. When we drank it at the evening meal,
we tossed about in wakefulness most of the night.
, ��� ������'" - ���' * -ii-'- y.-i- ��� -.ui- i-i  -���   ,y*v: . ��� ������.*" ���,      ,������-." ���'.* ; *'
And then we found Postum, a pure cereal
beverage, free from the harmful drug, caffeine, in
tea and coffee, We liked the rich, satisfying flavor
of Postum���and also tho better health which resulted. And; too, we vv&tre surprised to find how
many of our neighbors had made the same dis-S
coyery���had learned the yalue of "health first." -
y,      Postum comos in two^ormst Instant Postum (in tins)
"mado instantly in the cup by the Addition of boiling wjuor.
Postum Cereal (In packaijoa of larger bulk, for those who
prefer to make the drink while the meal is being prepared)
made by boUlngfor 20 minutes. Soldbyall grocers, y
When the  Blood  Becomes Watery a
Breakdown Follows.
Every woman's laealti is dependent
upon the, condition of her blood. How
���rosTW    *nrArvioT>     <aii*ff*��r *witli  Vioarlflrhr**
1 I ICl'l tjf II VU.WM 0.x���������. .     .���         w���. .
pain in the back, poor appetite, weak
digestion, a constant feeling of weariness, palpitation of the heart, shortness of breath, pallor   and   nervousness?      Of  course,  all these  symptoms may not be present���the more
there are the worse the condition of
the blood, and the   more   necessary
that~you -should   begin to enrich it
withour-delay/    Dr.   Williams*   Piak
Pills   'are    a splendid blood-building
tonio. Every dose helps to make better blood which goes to every part of
the body and brings new health to
weak, despondent people.      Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are valuable to all
wotnen but they are particularly useful to girls of school age who beconie
pale, languid and nervous.   There can
be neither health nbr beauty without
red blood which' gives brightness to
the eyes and color to the cheeks and
lips.     Dr. Williams' Pink Pills build
"up the blood as is shown by the experience    of    Mrs. Jos. B. Veniotte,
West   Northfield,    N:S.,   who.,  says:
"For several years I was in a bad
state of health.   I was pale and nervous,   my    appetite   was poor, t and I
suffered    from   weafctiess, headaches
and a feeling of oppression.     I got so
nervous that I was afraid to stay in
the "-house alone^_"fAll this time I was
taking ipedicine, but It only did not
help me, but I was growing weaker.
Finally I decided to try Dr. Williams*
Pink Pills, and after using six boxea
I felt much betterY   I had a better appetite, slept -better and ,felt stronger.
However, I continued taking the pills
-for.a couple of months* longer   and
now   I - am feeling as well as ever I
did.     I give- all the credit to Dr. Williams* Pink Piljs, and hope   that   my
experience may be. of benefit to some
other weak woman."  ���-
You can get Dr. .Williams' Pink
Pills through any dealer in medicine
or by mail at 50 cents- a box or six
boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Out.
y By Marie Belmont. N
Embroidery is a noticeable addition
to many, of the, smart- suits for Fall.
This model Is cut from a plevaslng
shade of-dark greeil duvetyn, for this
color is'one that will have many admirers during the Fall season. The
skirt lssstraight and rather tight, for
simplicity Is usually a feature^ of the
new suit skirts. The coat has a deep
border of the gray embroidery and it
also enriches the front. Th.6 fold-
over collar is lavishly embroidered,
and barrel buttons of bone are selected for the_ fastenings. The sleeves,
rather narrow, in cut, haye wids embroidered cuffs, while the green-velvet
hat is similarly adorned.
5 Miles In 100 Years.
The diameter of tho sun increases
five miles in a century.     Its present
distance across is 860,000 miles.
YouShould offfigS8Hon,
Take Care gSB?����S
largely a matter of Good Digestion.'
A wise person should use Beecham's
Pills to relieve digestive ills and
correct stomachic disorders. On account of their service and reputation
/for reliability���TAKE
Sold tweryvrliera
in -Canad*.
Ia boxes, 25c., 50c,
LargestSaltCof any[Me*3icine ia the World
Send   a  Dominion   Express  Mone*y x Order.
They are,.gay-able* evevj-wlierr.,   ,..     . Y_   ..������
The Toronto Hospital-' for " Incurables,- la
affiliation with Bcllevtus and Allied Hospitals,
New York City, offers -a three, years' Course
of Trainins to young women, having the required education, and desirous* of becoming
nurses.' This H<>spltal has adopted the eight-
hour system. Tjjjc pupils receive uniforms
of the" School, a monthly allowance and
travelling expenses io  aa*u  from New  "ork.
For     further"   Info
it   used   bv    Phviil.
.0 0.040.00 ���   . .       ....   ~.-
Taking Reindeer
To Baffin Land
When In cities where we have branches
do not fall to place your order for yoiA
Fall and  Winter / clothes  at one  of  tlto
stores    ot    the    ENGLISH    &  -SCOTCH
WOOLLEN COMPANY, the largest tailoring service in Canada for men's gar-
I mentis open  to  the   Canadian  Public; at
wholesale   prices'.      Storo   addresses' a3
follows:���-"Western   Branches:: Winnipeg,
288    Portage    Avenue;    Vancouver,   '133
Hastings   Street,    Westj   Victoria,    1317
Government Street; Edmonton, 10345 Jasper: Street: Calflary. 704-A.Center Street;
Regina,    1842    Hamilton    Street;    Moose
Jaw, 21  High Street, West..      ,    v
Refined Punishment.
A schoolboy, being asked -by. his
teacher; how he should^flog Iiim,_ replied, "If you^please, sir, I- should like"'
to have it on the Indian s(ysfem of
penmanship, the upward stroke **
heavy, and the .djDwn*w[ard ones light."
A Power of Its Own.���Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrie Oil has.,a subtle power of
its own. All who haye used it know
this and keep it by them as the most
valuable liniment .available.' Its uses
are innumerable and ��or many years
it has been prized as the leading
liniment for man and beast.
Postum ft>r Health
"There's a Reason"
Hudson's Bay Company Purchased
Herd From Norway.
The Hudson's Bay Company steamer "Nascopie," which^will "c*arry 700
reindeer from Norway to Baffin Land,
is on her way to Cardiff, according to
A. Brabant, fur trade commissioner of
the company. After landing supplies
she Mil proceed direct. to Norway,
where the animals- already purchased
by a., representative of tho company
will bo loaded. ..
Wireless Device In Operation.
The first modei'n device for directing steamers by wireless on the British. Columbia coast has been erected
at Tatoosh, and is now in operation.
It is claimed that this contrivance will
direct steamers in a Tog as easily as
thoy could find their way in broad
daylight. All shipping masters are
invited to make full use of the apparatus. - '        , ,-..:,-'; YYY:  ���'���'''!'���.'. '..���'
i , ^ j . v
-atnawm^tami*' i\vt~nmnmnm~mt mum*** ,   '
Wise and experienced mothers
know when their children aVe troubled with worms and lose no time in
applying Miller's Worm Powders, a
most effective vermifuge. /.It-is tib-
.. solute in clearing tho uystora of
lYorms "'and restoring those; healthy
conditions without which there can
be no comfort for, the child, or hope
of robust growth. It is a most
trustworthy worm exterminator.
' In four States oi Mexico, the law
prohibits   anyone   from   taking
place of an employee on strike.
Keep Minard's Liniment iti the house
You- are not
Hng   when
"you  use Dr.
Chase's Ointment * for Eezeiria/'and* s&ia *lnit&*'
���������*����� ally_heal9 the skin. Sample box Dr.
Chase's Ointment tree it you mention this
paper and send 2c. stamp for postage. 60c. ~*
Box: all dealers or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,
Limited, Toronto. '
Cook's Cotton Root Compotfficl
mi. -ate. reliaVlarepulatinff
.medicine.   Sold in threes do��
gr��a�� of strength���No. 1, SH"
No.. 3, $3; No. 3, $5 per box.
T0IOITO. ONT. {Uttmij Wlattar.)
"'*   ���.'���������*������ '      "'  ',.. :,,:���. % -ill
,<rr     Bole) by All druggists, or b
^���V     pTepaid oa  receipt of  pr
Off     Freet     pamphlet.       Addre
Dew will not stay on rose leaves,
because these have* an easendal ���; oil
in them.
Doe Remedies
���   and How to Feed '-A
Mailed    Free   to,   any
Addrew by tha
Author   ���������������	
CO.,, INC.,
11$    Weit* #31it.street,
New Yorlc. U.S.A.
Claris I
A Japaneso woman can tell her hu��-
band's approach, by the sound his
ologs make on the sidewalk, for each
piece of wood in the heel of liis shoe
has its peculiar timbre and'irttphY
A��k for Mlnard'e And take no other
W.   N,   t?.   1800
Boiled Dinner
And Other Good Things
P61 T1 red HtousjB^wriires
���No potntoea to peel���no vegetables to ?rep��ure*��no
long cooking over a hot atove-~8lm,s>ly beat and eervo
a-complcte and delicious dlsb well cooked and V.~\\
seasoned la tha great Clark Kitchens ��� Like all
:"CLARK OOOI? THINGS" tho coet la modeat.
Good at any time���essential for the unexpected mut*
Koap an ossottment of "Clark Good Tbluga" on hand.
Made from Canadian Farm Produce*
��� und sold eveiywhere in Canada*
r i  .'.*.-.
..r   .j.f  ,_. xx-" >���?-.;   A; y -py  y-y/i:^.. -?-***��,; \=~ - -\t v,f A:y-  x^.'-'Af- ^ 'P^*T P-'-'AP.**''
Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.
Subscription : 92.50 a year in advance.
$3.00 to U.S. points.
C. P. Hayes, Editor and Ownejr.
Water Loss Repi&es
A creature front tbe jungle
Tried to beat the law of grayity.
Flounders now lost in a sea
Of self-conceited verbosity.
A Reply in Prase
Editor Review:
Sib,���The reply in rhyme is just
what I expected. Finding no
further argument with which tc
holster up his "safe and tangible"
irrigation scheme, Mr. Edmondson
drops that subject and attempts
ridicule by attempting secondhand
It is on a par witb a simpleton
schoolboy's shrug of the shoulder or
sneer; it is pitiful, and as the
Franchises says, 4*Cest a rive."
The local apple crop is all picked
^nd packing operations are now in full
swing. At the Compton ranch a staff
of eight are busy putting up wrapped
Dick and Jack Smith have been
keeping up their old time reputation
as duck hunters this season, and bring
home the daily bag-limit almost every
trip they make to the fiats.
The annual roundup of cattle in the
hills is under , way. at. present with
quite ajmunber of the animals turned
out In the spring still unaccounted for.
. E. L. T. Tayloi left a few days ago
for Victoria where be is winding.��p
his Canadian affairs, prior to return*
ing to the Old Country to reside peiv
Victor Carr is now able to be around
again as usual following his mfchap of
a month ago, - when he sustained ��
broken collar bone. v -        ���
acres Mr. IDsterburg recently purchas- j sion.     As the livestock centre of the
���eil from  B. AL~, T. Taylor got of blind
on Thursday ^��d in its ramapage<des>
troyed the owner's, winter supply oi
stoye wood and'but for  speedy  and
efficient fire -fighting^wobld aiso haye
burned, his newly-erected shack.
The J. H. Webster residence will be
the pei-nianeiity future abode of the
Stockbreeders* Association silver cup,
awarded for the best beef type animal
at the Creston-fair, M��.   Webster bav-
.��.    . 1 !��� '	
**j   titvtt   *f cu.it>  ill   ne��.��,ce��
Valley assuredly Alice Siding is the
peer of them allTv \   ' ��� ir    ^    .
**~The biggest and liyliest jiiyenfte af ~-
ernoon Alice Siding has witnessed for
some tune was in evidence last Satuf
day at  tbe  Norris .JSc [Wood ~ranch!
when Mrs. Wood  assisted, Ritff~and,
Jack Norris to celebrate the t(,naer*s>
birthday surrounded by a small ai-mfc
of friends both from town and this sec;
tion. . A great vaiiety  of games and
-0.X *.
ie  a:
handily and fche efid of"4 peifeet day
was evidenced in the, big supper spread
and the dt-moijshmeint oi.tveo birthday
cakes.. YAt least ,oloe birthday ktaonth*
in the Norris family ia the worst luck
that was wished the juveniie host-and
hostess by the ^nuhierous ytlungsteiv
present.   V"Y-i :-Y- " ���'""Z\"    <-''"    ���
. Vernon citizens are paying this
year's taxes niuchjrnoi-e promptly than
was the case in 192& Over S6(),000.\vas
'taken in* a in singl~day���
Guy Constable
was a Bonners Ferry
visitor a couple of days early this
month taking in the fall fair at that
town and making an inspection of
land cultivation operations on tbe 2000
acres along the Kootenay noar Bonners Ferry, known as Drainage District
No. 1.
Jas. Compton was a business visitor
at Nelson a couple of d tys the fore
part of the week.
A fire in   the ^slashing of the thrt-e
I HEREBY GIVE NOTIOIp that on Tuesday, the 8th day of November, 1921, at the hour c) 10
a.m., at the Courthouse,. Nelson, B.C., I shall t>Sfer for sale at public auction the mineral claims in the list*
hereinafter set out, of the persons in the list hereinafter set out, for clelinquent taxes bnpaid by said persons
on the 30th day of Jime, 1921, and for costs and expenses, if the total amount due is uot sooner paid..
The OolleoSbr w\]\ he pleased to receive any information respecting the'Following li��t where the own��*r
'waa a member of the Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits of Section 223a of ths Taxation
\   -X
fM.^ j>nr��n�� "io-nc nf Viptnfv are
l ne eoaapaniGHs oi v icw
Work and Thrift.    If the pec
Canada practise these essentials, uu
great problems of reconstructioncan
be settled to the mutual benefit of all.
Don't waste! Save and prosper.
-.������-.      $15,900,000
CRESTON BRANCH, C G. Bennett, Manager.
~-s=iii~*--t*S- ^i-urfl a *=aa*
Penman $ 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 Hoae 1,00 and 1.50
Boys' Peter Pan for hard wear 00 to   .75
Bovh' and Girls, al) wool, sizes 7, 7Jy 8.....,    .85
Boys'and Girls,        "   ��    ������    8$, 9,9��,10 U>0
Boys' and Girls, all wool, size 11  1.20
V A Iff   -amy        a    fa a      ��� tf        ���
Jaeger AU Wool Goods in Hosiery
Underwear, Sweaters, &c.
*   Ask tor illuHtruted (catalogue  of prices.
Greston Mercantile Company
Name of Owner
York & Lancaster Syndicate Ltd. ���
Name of Ctaftrt Lot No.
Alice  : .m.     41-04
Taxes    Costs *   Total
nOwSisr,   riSuu   ... ....... ..���1
"Wood, R. G.  .-.  Armstrong    6483
'Ark Mines Co. ; .Ark   ....:.....:  3449
Wall, Thos :....' .'.  ...Assurance :  7237
Wood, R. G. ....  mm Bank   P-i...  5487
Wood, R. G.   -i  Black Night  : A...:............ 5486
Miller, R. ..:..;:,. ... ..  Black. Hawk No. 2 ...-.........:..���. i , 2941
Kootenay Consolidated MineB lAd. ...-. Blue Quartz .~.....t���:.  7073
HcSonalu, J. A. et ai  Chapia_..  2862*
Shatford, B. A   Climax  .-.   7127
Bowser, Frank  Coliseum   : ."...?.. f.  207js
.Field, Lusetta et al -. Corinthian .', ..... 2090
Devlin, O. R _..: Columbia   .... .t......."... 8870
Bitel, a. G.  :- .'. E>ixie     .10264
Kootenay Consolidated Mines Ltd. :.....Drummer     -4223
Scott, Jas. D. ......rn'mZ. .' Eclipse " :. . .' '. 3674"
WalCThos. ��� , _ Echo    : ;��� 7232
De"!ia�� C?.' R= .--..;..:...*. Edward D . ~ t.....-'.-..���.-��.; P.  8872
The Stirling Trust Corporation  Elk  v   2081
Bowsep, Frank .". P. Excelsior!.'..: Z.:...Z :���.*.:.  2085"
Wall, Thos .:.;. ._..,.: Experiment  .::. s-Zm-iy..  .' 7238^
ThompsoB, P= N. et al .........'. ���B\a.irvie*w . .,.,. ���_,..���,���������,.,,���.:���  - 2S03
Hutchinson, R. A. et al........���:. :���.Plyingl^tchmanY���.."....../.....,.....l:l.i...��.-:..��� &14Sr
GibSOn,, J.  Al .;,.....;<Ar..-.J....J..J-..-.Jt.:...:.ii:f.*..Free   Ck>inage-^---.:.rs3as**;ff.K*aasss:.-     j3586in
Folinsbee, John . .  -.. Pi-ee-Gold r.m....m.i;.:tyz:..&..i..4���:���m...*...^ \ 4309
Thompson, R.' N. et al  Free Silver. ..... ...Z.Z- ZZ..ZZ ' 2902
McDonald, John DI  ..Freemont' ZZ. .. .'.    3928,
Shallenberger, H. H.  ^....Glasgow   .-. <���    6599'
Shal!eiiber',er H. H.  t^imavrnmr.'Ntt*- ���% 5*ra^  ��� 6611 *
Kirk, G. A. ^ ....Golden Eagle     4215
Shallenberger, H. H.    ^.Golden Rod  ���    6605
Shallenberger, ,H. H.  :.~ Golden - Fleece 6607
Baskin & Stedman : Greenwood Frac  ���.^ .'. *...., - ,4787
Baskin & Stedman; ...-. Greenwood : ."r. ~    4788
Campbell, Lome A*." - .v,...Humboldt    3929
Shallenberger, H. H Hastings  :.    6598
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tm   ~tm
~ 3.76
~~-U<Hk~~L JU.5l
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Scott, J. D.  t ~ Imperial Frac
Hutchinson, R. A. .et al  Independence     5148
Ark Mines Cor InterpriBe  -  . 3460
Shallenberger, H. H International  6606'
Shallenberger, H. H   International No. 1 .-.  6610
Baskin & Stedman..... Jack Pot Frac  4789
Baskin. Max H;  Josie    .-.  ��925
Latulippe, E Joint Frac.
Roy, H. Porln, J. A, McDonald, J. A...Jui��bo
...*0-* + .--t��m��0n*.0.x.m.-m-itr,*0 -twmmu-mmtim*-+*<*��*
Shallenberger, H. H.
Eitel, Geo. G, .���.~........
Lindsay, Gordon d
J^Vl^mOCl��y p J-m9$ ���������������������������M|>t��k|e>lMt������(>MM>l
Bennett, T., Murphy M^YYY.....
Crowthers, John Wi'���".........'.Z.Z-Z.,
Mulligan,' Thos.; Elliott, John
Hutchinson, R. A. et al	
Shallenberger, H. H.
Lake View
...........li-U-t Dollar
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...........Lucky George
...........Lucky Girl
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Stirling Trust Corporation
Bowser, Frank *	
Pool, W. B. et al
Campbell, Lorhe A.
Eitel, Geo. G.	
Eitel; Geo. G.       ,"1
Gigot, Roslna
..........Monarch .....
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Nugget Frac.
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Bowser, Frank ..���.... ...........���.......Royal  2084
Kootenay Consolidated Mines, Ltd. ....Rover ,  7073
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Field, Luxetta, et al ;R and L ;  .,.,.2089
Shallenberger, H. H. ...;....,-........ .....Salmo No. 1 Frac. .............;....,.���......,...;...;.��� 6612
.Shallenberger, H. H. ..........Salmo ,.'...........^..................,..,..;j:.........:....,.... 6600
French, T. R.  ..;........���......�� .............Shonango ..,..���.,..,. ,.:....., ....:...... 478U
Sturgeon, Mary Ann ........Snow Slide ..........;....... 2679 ,
uampneii, ifosepn ����������������..............................r��DKOOKum   .���.���.***.....��....*��..���.���..��...���������...,....,.....��^*.,�� vawU'
Latulippe, B St. Eugene Frac  8820
Eitel, aeo>d .:...... ...*...,...Btw&m :."r...,..t.  10267-
WHght, H.; White, B. Tamame ......; :.........:...... 9802';
Kirk, O. A ,tmNmMm.TJf6r  :...*..��. .'. ..'........;...,.. 2010
French, T. tt .Venango  4767
Baskin ik Stedman  ...Vernamo ���  4790
Hicky Boy G. M. Co Watfor  ;   2468
Folinsbee, J.  Waverty  4808
Ark Mlnen Co Wooloomooloo  897
.....Pilot* Knob
.. .Pioneer No
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Hutchinson, R. A. et al .........
Hutchinson, R. A. et al
Shallenberger, H. H. ...
Shallenberger, H. H..; .....
Shatford, B. A Z..',.~..:
Golden Reef M, & M.^Co.*. .T..,.......;..Ratny Day ....
Golden Reef M, t% M, Co. .Rainy Day No.
Baskin & Stedman}..  Red Point....
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Dated at Nelson, B. C. this Seventh day of October, 1921.
J. OMITMHL,      '
.'*,. ProvlsicJal Collector.
,^��*ajyi.^,Aei^***��aij^^ 1 ������\  Utr-^i  '   *rC,0      *       .   f   Ir -      0    f l\'       V>   ' -rr. ** *" ^    .r * ". ^.     .   \   .        ?' V - .��������� .   .< '^. . ' r ?   , ~        ~ **     i      r    'x'-'.   A     "       I      I'  v     ..-r-.f-.r'   ..A- ;      -.    '-.A'-'   * '  '    ���������   t       ' rr-* ' ���������        1.   .,0.0,���������    ' ''-.     .,     *.     -      ���������  ","*.     .1. , iJ* ���������������. ' ���������   '      v      .0*  \'~- '  V">   Jr,  "*>  A HE CB������SX���������> 9'.'BJ������VIBW  ���������s -s-  \Wm  flgilitililE  ���������yrSr\   T* amf'    -'  .   *        ,~ X*    -1     - ,*"*,_  Men's Half Soles^iis '/  Women's Half Soles, $1.00  Guaranteed for 0 months.  Alex. Mirabelli   -:  Shoemaker   -;-/CJKESTON  commerce  Unveiis Memorial  r  i  ������ mere any  -   A*X,  Evcnx EEl  This is the first gues-  tion that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. > But why  worry? '���������'.  Shamrock Brand  Finest Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c.  are always*to be had  here. -In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock*  products.       *���������* *,  ' Quite a largejand- thoroughly repre  ee&tative turnout "of ^citizens was in  evidence on Friday afternoon at-the  Bank of Commerce to wituess the un-  yeiline^f-th^Ybronze memorial plaque  erected to cpmmemorate.the men who  enlisted for'service in the great war  direct from *^ttee - Creston branch, or  whoee hooies'are at-���������reston���������the local  memorial haying inscribed on it the  names of John" Campbell Dow - and  Milton Harold Davis.  Major Maiiantiaine. presided at the  cereusony and.opened proceedings hy  calling; attention to the fact that from  the  seyeral    branches  spread   clear  eprnea OiMjiuln^ the Bllik of Oon'SSiSrCS  employees to the number of 1701 had  served oyei-seas,, of whom 5258 * were  killed in action or had died-of wounds,  'and mentioned that the plaque about  to be unveiled here was a.replica of'  the larger one erected at the head office  in Toronto, which showed the names  of all the soldier employees* below the  inscription "In 'memory* of the 1701  men of the Canadian Bank of Com*  inferce who., served in the great war  He also, o,bser,ved ,*that highest coks-  mentation was deserved by tne bank  for so fittingly commemorating its soldier clerks,* not onljr at the head office  but by the installation of these smaller  steed plaques at 'the many branches  all through the Dominion.  In closing Col..* Lister hoped the  good example set by the bank in providing a'sintable^mensaria! to it������ overseas yeterans would be emulaced in the  same whole hearted fashion by the  innumerable Canadian communities  which up to the present had been long  oi. talking about erecting memorials  but exceeding slow .ingetting on with  actual construction.  > Prior to Col. Ii9tjer*trjeffort Manager  Bennett briefty.vSketched the hank's  severalwai-tittneaadafter-war activities, supplementing Chairman Mnllan-  daine's figures by adding that the  batik employees ftnight on ev.ery front  rtr* m'V.iivt. ���������*��������������� Sri^isls.'jt'niis *vcrc rt^prs  seated, and ihat, tl|e honors won by  the. men i������cluded"everything on the  British list of awards from the coveted  Victoria Gross dbyha tbrouKh the en  tki-elist^ Of thene-honors it will te  particularly gratifying to know that  the Military Medal with bar was won  by Corp. Campbell Dow., whose name  appears on rae plaque, suspended in  the Creston branch.  , .  Corp. Dow,* who is a son of-Mr. and  Mrs. John W. Dow? enlisted 10th June,  Inquiries. Welcomed  T*. *    .'   x    ~ -s **j -r- - ' --���������-.'> -~  ' .    - -  HA Near Business and Service Department"  hse a6C������Eatly b������s^ ������rgssilsed Is tkls Bank. Its  function ts to see that the client gets adequate  %m~~\ coayt^ss ser^kJe, and te keep that ser-  ^dce op t������ the hlgliest p������mt of efficiency. In-  Quldes regarding any phase of our banking  service is mvited by this PepartmeRl ',  S66  '' - . *���������   - ' i_'        ~' * ~  v. .        . ,      "   _    ' *��������� * " j     -  _���������      ...  OAvS^Sf^  ~ T ~ -'-        'OF CAZ4A1HA*.  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLAN. -    - '-'��������� - Meuia-fer.  P. BURNS  jL Mi J tiik  war   **mm,)   tmwmt  entrusted to Col. Fred Lister. M.P.P.  whose remarks were largely alonpr or-  C*^.*h^i^������i      li H/n������t       '������m+t-mm       K\m^^^\i**i        M������k      m-mr.fmmtv nA������ .mm, ���������*  ������,ammwnm%~r4*  iiuv*t>     **������������������*     ������iei*^-������a    *���������������������������   -^r^-v^osoft^^&A*    bv  bein<^ specially pleasurable to be reminded of the yery large number .tf  employees of a single Canadian Institution-who had beard 'and answered  Canada's call for .troops. ~- In proportion to men-employed Col. Lister  doubted yery much if, any other con*  cern in Canada could equal the Bank  of Commerce showing in thiaretipect.  ^The unveiling ceremony proper was J915, at Revelstoke*' in 54th'K������ot������nay  x.mm.m.rtJ*\    Am   4**l������.t VS*....    X Sr*.-xm.       Wt    O   O   ' O.. ��������� ...It Xrxem ..,*.%.       t t.0*.      fwinb      ..f     ftNUU*;-.  The  RANCH FOR SALE  4$ acres* commercial orchard' (400  trees 12 years oldTTon main road, % of  mile from Creston station, with,thre**^  i-ooui cottage, pantry, storeroom and  cellar; barns-Htid hay sheds,'water/m  premises. Also six acres partly" improved fruit iftttd, T^nss- A*������*!*ly  ^j Oh is. Moore, Creston.  ^^aaM*-!  laid A������l Aaesdeests  Srsi.eiAae  land  eecond-oteos to  confined  rtlO  Xdntmnm   bHqa  rateoeA to ^S aa  ������9^5 ~~~ s������g~-  9wa^~~~ptie~i  .  vmgae. .tenGs-oaly,  .^JSeewris wfii fee g#kai������a ~~yarisss oniy,  Suiiu suitauSfi-sOr agnlciiitiueH yw pGSSF*', r   j  aaA wblcb la non-timber land. .  Partnership pre-emptions 'ato������Msh������o\  bat parttes.ot not mose thanMtmur maab^i  attsase   fat- a-fltiaoent   pre*ea������pWon������  with Joint,r<GSMea������ja, bat eaofe'roakln*  * nao*0sar3r������1mitiwv������m������its on'respective  ^J^^^i^������ m-^ptkrasv tt&tros for  ������������* ySSi ��������� rtmtA "Buw#-''n^j>erwvwu������eata to'  Value' 9t HO ts~~, iuim. InMiidlnar tUmmtr.-  tarn at-H ctfittntlktBi of M-IeasTS aesree  ������ttor* reoeivtoc Grama. Grant;  Wh������rsjpna-eniptar jn ooeupatloa not  less than ft years,,and haa made proportionate inoprov-Muents, he may, because: of til-health; or other cause, be  granted Intermediate certificate o��������� la-,  iMPovemenrand tvansfw hlseiaim.  Rewards, without psmuutsnt residence msy.be Issued, provided applicant makes Improvemontajo extent ot  $800 per annum and records same eaoh  year. Failure to. mahe lmprovemente  or record -earns will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained to  lees than 6 years, and improvements  of 110.00 per acre., tacludlnft 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least l-years-are required: ^  Pre-emptor holdinc Crown Inram  may recoru wnvibw pre-emption, u he  . requires, land in eonfanctlon -with his  fann. without actual occupation, pro. ,  vided statutory improvsments made  and rssidsnoe matntatnsd on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed aress. not sxceedlns au  f^r***  W^~P^ 1������**f!a ������s homesltsa;  title to be obtained aft������- fulflUin* rest  dentiaj and hnprovejnent condiUoas.    .,  For snurintt and Industrial purposes  areas* exceeding -,J������A  aores  maybe *  3km, facto-ry or, hkduatrlisITsttes on,  Umbsr land-, not ���������ousssdlng   40 aorss  nay bs puMhassdrjxmdltloiis Include ���������  piumient of Mucnp**>.   .  Natural hay msadows Inaccessible  by existing,roads may be purchased.  condltionsTupon construction of a road  to them. R4bats ������# one-hsif of oost of  rosd, not, oMssdlns .half of muchatw  plrlce, Is mads.   ��������� - ���������  '  p������e-B(������rTomf   wnrnti   omants  -,��������� A<rf.  7 The smmm of this Act to ������nlai������sd to  time withtn which the heirs or dsvUfees  of a deoeMwsd pre-emptor may apply  -tor title inwiw^lerXot ~-���������teSa~-  from 'or on. year fironi. ths death -of  suck psrspn, as formearUr, until one  m*i* ^^.^J*^1*1.00 ������������ ������hs present  war. This privUeg* *��������� an* ns-Am m-  troactlvs. 4.  ProvtakmTforr������turn cf moneys ac.  Sru,e<ft.a'i! *nd b^!������ K11* ���������*������������������������ August  ������, 1014, on account of payments, Teas  or taxes on soldiers' DM-eonDtlons. ���������  ^ lnt������rsstapn agrssnisntsitc1 purchase  Allied Inomsem. or dependents, acaolrsd  dirsat w tndlrwrt. MwlttecTfrouiT JSk  Bseis iss Ssttsilbt, m fratu  Tsfearoylin tssfsd Sows  CREAM FOR SALE  7 Qtiarts or 14 Pints for ^l.jOO.  Battalion, with the rank of private  Transferred to 30th Canadian Battalion. 25th July, 2315; .Canadian niigln-  eersYlOtii Jannary, 1916; 2nd Canadi-  hu JUiyisiimai Signal Co., 13i,u A������JK'*-*k.  1016. - Pit>moted lance corporal, April.  1018, and 'corporal. August. 1018.!  Principal - actions: Third battle of  Ypres, Souurie, 1916; An-as Lens,  Passchendaele, 1917; Amiens. Art-as,  Ciimbrai, Valenciennes. M*������ns, 1918.  Awarded tho Military Medal for bravery in field in maintaining telephone  communications dtlring enemy counter attacks, Sill 78. A������g������&t. 1917. Bar  to the Military Medal for brav������ry iu  the fi������'ld in maintaining uninterrupted  coma������uni(������ititm during the advance on  Cambrai. Sept., 191&  Pte. Dm vis, the other nama sh������'i-������vn  on Lhetkinque. endeiivor^d to enlist on  several diffetf nt otnsasions between 19-  14 and 1917? ,bwt o.win^r to :m injured  arm was termed- unfit for field service.  In the iatter'year. However, he wasao  Royal   Plying  Corps,   Jm        ��������������� *������        at       SSit *maiax d-       **   .jliifr      mm.  V������a    no    ������a   aii|g|aiv  t.abicv   in  Deeemljer/1917. He was ti-ansferred  to the Koyal Air 'Force. 1st April.  1018. but was retained in Canada as a  flying instructor very much against  his.wiii. ..Mr. Davis joined the Creston ba-anch staff about M-t months lie-  fore being accepted for overseas ser  v!nu   nvj\t*i*ittA~ V>utv> ftH*,** Telakugn  -..*.. ^..���������0.���������12 0���������-��������� .��������� ��������� .��������� ���������-fX0-.-0.0r.  I   X ^C4t/A^LFJLJslCliJL ~  1 1  ������eptetl for the   il-,-        -mm      i..00-  HUicei   fix.    jxiij  A Temprementai Wife  'Vf   '-0'lt> >  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER V.; JACKSON Y   r  ���������  FW prices mm mmm  Ford Touring Gar  SuOOf.o.i).  Grosion  As up to date as any car.  No better Lighting arid  Starting System made,  .  Call., and see the latest.  ffl'  Creston Auto * Supply  fl. S. BEVAN, tits.  Prospective brides   way   find   Valo  able hints for happiness in *'A Tern  pei-amental Wife." starring Constance'  Talmadge and which - will Ite seen * at  -t.hr- Grand, Satt������rday.'X><:t.^22nd.v  Y Taking tthe part of'BTlIle JBillings.  pretty, wealthy apid amftited with an  unrea^onabiy jealous   nature.     Cut  stance Tahu-tdge has a novel assort  went, of experience; both" before  arid  after her marriage/W the prists Se*nsit-  or   Newton   frnm * Nevada.     Rather  sickly before marriage, by the   time  the time  the* solonvhasv experienced  Ho.me of his jealous Avlfe's eccent i-icities  he -is iu a most vigorous physical shai>e-  andableto whip his weight in wild-  ������������ts, and Biilgarian-C-tunts who-shoultl  know better. .**.*'  Fob  SA.LK���������Jersey  VV. V. Jackson.  ^.For  SALB���������Light  wngon, fitted brake.'  cow,    milking  express   xpring  Review' Office.  ��������� et ns frame  your  picture*,  prices*  reasonable.       Anher's studiit. Creston.  For Salb���������Good farm hoi-he. ride or  drive,    quite    gentle.     Paul   Ofner,  Wynndel.  ������������������-���������-.���������*-. .. * -"  For Sams���������8 purehre������l White Leg  horn cockerels. Palmer -arrsiu, Vi<*  toria, $:i eahh. W^C., Cleave (Canyon).  Brickson P.O. , .  iistmsnt to March ������i, ma,  -"���������"--ass.0"  MINERAL ACT  VOHM F  OflOWIM  _p#ovtakwmads   for   lssuanes   of  Crown srants to ���������ub-purehasers   ot  ^^J^~T���������L-^^mtV*him **������*  purcbasetfs who failed   to   coinpisu  s^Mte^^sjt^  ^Otas  dSVMO!  vidss  In*  Act. .Iptfi. for  jjy������|fcsmatio  ^mtn������sWiffi,^^i^" ^ >^*e  for irmsinir 'districts and ra-niv-.  Annuel gvaslr   -_- lit PjrmU.nSmea ������i������<i  <on numbors mngeiHl: prtm-ity fcreetab-  ltstted   owners.  form Amoatmt  l^o������tic������ownsrs   may  meat., free, or wft^^ZpSmJt'm  <erA^tgw^,.mmj^aZa* t^viiWWYMp  *   .,.:*  I. *   , t.  v m        '  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Kirby Fr.. Kirby Fr. No. \. Kirby.  Kirby No. 2. Kirby No. It, Kirby  No. 4, Kirby No. 6 Mineral Claims,  situate in the Alnsjvoi-th Mining  Divisiop of K������H������ten������y District. <  Where locat<'d :   At Rlond������I,  Take notice that I. A. H. Green, act.  ing as agent for A. J. Curie, F.M.C.  No! a&OOc: W. T. Kirby, F.M.C. No.  HOS870r B. L. Kirhy^F.M,C; No.  H0M8c; Fi-eJda BuiReV**. F.M.O.flflWMo;  and K.- V. D. ^GuttiriiV FreiV Miner's  CeHHlcnte No. flOottk:. inUirtd, sixty  days fntm date hereof, to applv to ('lie  Mining ]Becorder for a Certificate of  Iniproveinents, foi* "4 he piirnosii* of <\h  taining a Ciiiwti Gnajnt of; the alM������ve  e|srri!*r-  ������������������ '���������."* *-'*':-"* ��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������''"���������.,���������-��������� . ������������������;'."**  Atid fiirthpr *tak<������ notice that action,  under section 85, must Im commenced  before thf issuance of ������ufh Certificate  of Improvenient������������. *  Dated this 22nd day of Seolehkiwi,  A.D. 19St.- A. H. WRRB3N.  White   Pine and  Tar Mentholated  taken with Bromo and  Aspirin Compound will ..  cure the most ol)Htinate .  and  deep-seated cold.  KEEP   THEM  ON HAKB  Beattie-Oalway  UmlM  "My appeal is to the ���������whole people; to  every man and woman who "wants to do  tight by this country; Jo everyone <who  breathes the sphig cf our fathers tyho  founded this British Dominion."  ��������� ���������ARTHUR MEIGHEH  "1BDE Eleetion to be held December 6th  ^11 be tiie most momentous ih  Canadian history; for as men and  women vote will depend the economic  stability, the political stability and,  indeed, the national stability of this  country. _ "   .  Todav we find ������Fmm> sfhrivrnST asainst gTOUD,  class .against class, the industrial and financial  structure cf the country assailed by false and  unsound doctrines and theories, while our  great V������  ^=6=33 ^R������l   ������%^jS .   vast agricultural interests.  TKe currvadea of n-Barly^etay country In the world  are depreciated. The Canadian dollar in the United  States is subject to a heavy discount causing a loss  of over one hundred iniBion dollars in exchange  annually. -  Europe is overwhelmed with war debts���������unemployment is acute���������and tiie restoration to pre-war  conditions is slow.  While Canada is in a much more favorable condition  than many countries, yet there is evidence of stagnation, instability, un^npSoyxnent and lack cf ecn~  fidence. '  Taxes are heavy -because of the country's efforts in  the Great War, but have become burdensome on '  account of the misconceived policies and blunders  of Governments that directed Canada's affairs prior  to 1911.  These conditions are largely the direct aftermath of  the war, but they must be dealt with fearlessly and  constructively. This is no time to consider experimental changes, or the theories of visionaries.  This is no time for Crerar and his Free Trade policy.  Tills is no time for King and his wobbling "charted"  policies, varying with each provincial boundary.'  It is the^time to cling to orderly, stable Government  in the interest of all the people; to be guided by the  experience of the past, proceeding upon lines that  ���������have been proven sound.  It is the time to place the destinies of Canada again  in the hands of a Government led by a sane; courageous Canadian who has safely brought the country  through the trying years of reconstruction, and upon  whom we can rely to retain and initiate policies in  the interest, not of a group or class but of all the  people.  It is the time to support Arthur Meighen mid his  Candidates.    '  si  Th# Nstional Liixw*] and OoosenrsOvs Party  ���������    ���������    *        Publicity Oommitt������������ THE     REVIEW,     CRESTON,���������3,     (X  Keeps Fresh  and, Fragrant  in the Sealed  Britain Has Big  Kefor-estliig Selieisie  ss  Fir and Hemlock Seeds to be Exported'From B.C. I  A large force of men have Jbeen engaged to collect fir and hemlock cones  in the vicinity of Port Coquitlanv B.C.  After the cbnes: hare been gathered  and delivered to the rangers, they are  to be shipped to Westminster, where  the seed' will be extracted for export  to the British Isles, jto be used in a  big reforesting scheme there.  Good Roads Throughout Tlie West  Visitors u-om Europe to America,, and the thousands of our Canadian  boys who went overseas between 1914 and 1918, cannot refrain from noting  the sharp contrast afforded by ihe character of the roads in European countries with thosc which so generally prevail on this side-of,.the,Atlantic, and  the contrast is by lio means favorable to America.  It is recognized, of course, thai ihe older civilizations of Europe, with  their teeming millions of people, and their comparative small areas as contrasted with the enormous extent and sparse population of Canada, do not  present parallel cases, but, after making due allowance for these conditions,  it must bc admitted that it is time that the people of Canada-seriously grappled with tho problem, huge as'it is, of providing better highways.  Poor roads, or none at all, are inseparable from pionejer^cbuntries. The  untrod spaces must first be explored., trails broken, and very ordinary routes  of travel provided. Only with tbe influx of.population and permanent settlement can thc work ot first t-lftss road-making be carried on. But despite all the handicaps of an enormous extent of territory and a small population Canada has led the world in the construction of railways, and its pioneer  railway, still young in years, is a marvel of efficiency, a source of national  pride, and of admiration in other lands.  But Canada's roads! Taken as a whole they are execrable, a source of  national humiliation and shame, unworthy of an intelligent, enterprising  people. Whatever excuse there may have been in the past far thc neglect  of the primary arteries of transportation and communication, the excuse will  no longer hold good. The urgent need of dealing with the problem in a  big, intelligent and aggressive manner is now clear. It has been recognized  In the United States where great strides in the work of improvement have  been made in recent years. - It is now time that'Canada "Woke up, antTes-  pecially the "Western Provinces. Quebec and Ontario are tackling the problem, and the West must do likewise.  The introduction of the automobile and its now almost universal use has  srood roads upod ihe attention of all.  Corns Between The Toes  '    Painlessly Removed  A real suce, "dependable remedy  that hsts been. lifting out corns for  the past fifty years will surely lift  yours out. Putnam's Corn Extractor  is the old reliable corn remedy���������it  stands the test of time and never  fails, 25c- everywhere.  Europe's Longest Tunnel*  "'The longest tunnel in Europe is the  Simplon,   which  .is   12%    miles   in  lA-rtcr-f-Vt     ot������<1     rtrxr.-*\*\Sfhc2    Q**r* ff������i****-l <���������������"���������"��������������� *1    *wr-f+*\  ~--J*-*.& VU      tJLxi.U.      \j4\SJXJ.Xm**r--li������i      K->  *������ ���������XKil-K-JkX.frXjXA.X-i.        W AV^W  Italy. The longest tunnel in England  is the Severn; on lhe Great Western  Railway, which runs 4*V������- miles underground.  Ours, Too.  Our heart -goes out to the amateur woman gardener who this year  has planted fried potatoes, as she  proffers tho vegetable in that form.  SPEAKS HIGHLY OF      ;  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  t-nt v.r.... r. vv r. -.  Ati-t^Jtrx xtXJJ.x.tr  iUH-CU      I  Important as good roads have always been in the internal economy of the  country, they have taken an added importance and 'value with trie coming of  the motor driven car. Poor roads were never cheap at any time, and the  cost of building good roads and maintaining them is 'small in comparison to  the cost of bad roads in these days of- the automo"bile.  It is false economy, penny-wise an(L pound foolish, to refrain from the  necessary expenditure for good roads and then, "as individual citizens and taxpayers, pay out many times "the amount in loss of valuable time, huge bills  for repairs to expensive cars, and enormous waste in the use of gasoline and  oil, all of which is the inevitable result of bad roa.ds. And every farmer  knows the loss he sustains when forced to haul a half-load of' grain many  miles to an elevator because of the stats of the roads, as compared with  the hauling of a full load in less time, and at less labor for his horses, over  a good road. *        ���������  Two main things appear to bo required. First, that the haphazard method of road building by municipalities, oft times *with inexperienced men in  charge, be replaced by* systematic planning and work.carried out by the Provincial Governments under the direction of qualified engineers and road-making experts. To some slight-extent this'- better method is being followed,  but there is still room for its extension. In fact,,in all Provinces throughout:,the West the Provincial Governments .should be responsible for the  proper construction of all main highways, ; leaving only the minor local  arteries leading into those highways to the care of the municipal councils.  Second, and of equal importance, is the question, of the maintenance  of the roads once they have been built; Hundreds of thousands of dollars  spent in the construction of fairly good roads have,been lost, owing to failure  to provide proper maintenance and upkeep. There is hardly a district in  Western Canada which does not provide such object lessons of almost-criminal mismanagement and waste. - ���������      ���������<.  The present time, when there is considerable Unemployment throughout  thc country, would seem to, sugges.*c-"ilself as a most oppoi-tune occasion to  embark on  an active and  well-considered programme  of good  roads construction throughout the West.     True, road-building cannot be .carried on  during tbe severe winter months when the ground is frozen, but the* programmes could now be made and orders placed for necessary materials, thusf  providing  winter employment in the manufacture of  such materials,  ajid *  then with the completion of seeding next spring thousands of men could be  put actively at work ancl kept steadily employed until harvest and threshing  called them into the fields, instead of, as now, briuging tens of thousands  of harve.-.'. Viands Into the country for* a few weeks' work at high wages right  oa -he eve of. winter setting in, hundreds of whom find that their harvest  wages are not sufficient to carry them over the winter and they, therefore,  be com* a  charge upon  the  citk-s  and  towns into  which they drift when  thres-biag i**. completed. . ���������"  -Once a mpther has used Baby's Own  Tablets for her "little ones she is always pleased to speak highly of them  to other mothers. She knows the  good they have done her children and,  realizes that her experience should be  ,of benefit to others. Concerning the  Tablets, Mrs. Fred Murphy, Charlotte-  town, P.E.I., writes: "I have used  Baby's Own Tablets for the past eight  months for my baby. I cannot speak  too highly of them for they have been  of great assistance to me in my first  experience of motherhood."       Baby's  ! Own Tablets are a mild but thorough  laxative which are absolutely harmless and may be given to even the  new-born babe with perfect , safety.  They are sold by medicine dealers or  direct*at 25 cts. a box from The Dr.  Williams'. Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  " Catarrh  .Catarrh is a local disease greatly influenced  by -constitutional conditions. HAUL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is a Tonic, taken internally, and acts through the blood upon the  mucous stu faces of the system. HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE assists Nature in  restoring normal  conditions.  AU Drug-gists. -  Circulars free. '   -  F..J.  Cheney & Co.-, .Toledo,  Ohio.  Large Sale Of Livestock  !Hon. V. W. Smith's Herd at Cam rose  Brought $25,000.  One of the largest sales of pure bred  livestock in* Northern Alberta t< took  place recently when the Hon. V. W.  Smith, Minister of Railways, disposed,  of his herd at Camrose at Klekum  -Stanch Company, of Sexsmith, Alberta,"  for $25,000. One hundred and fifty  head of cattle were brought by tho  Ranch Company^ all being' of the  "Fairfax" Hereford breed.    -  Attacks Big- Warships. _  I commend to attention the article  by that brilliant seaman, Vice-Admir-1  al Mark Kerr, in.one of the September reviews, in which he absolutely  pulverises the Admiralty's new battleship programme.* "The command of  the great oceans has passed from the  battleship," says Admiral Kerr, who  also insists that we have "sufficient  battleships" for any eventuality in  Europe."���������London Sunday Pictorial.  A  Health Saving  KJftlVlirNUH������It :  Don't wait until you 'get* sick���������USfii  Hope is a key with which ambition  is wound up.  The most obstinate corn fails to  resist Holloway's Corn Remover. Try  it.     ,      .  3^4/th/ o<vmC jdfae^ufM/ &te/  d     A rm. ** ^"-fc*  rm,    .     ^      fffi AX. S        '���������-_#-.���������.       Z .  otA/ fci/ -$& j6^ue/ &a&e$.  *     *S  $&J������s   <������%?^Vt������������������/  -&&< aUwUsOZGift  If mirrors portrayed us as  others  see us we wouldn't use them.  350TI.  /  ITCI  ALL MBODY  Burned Dreadfully.   Lost  Rest, Cuticura Heals,   " in   10    i|   ...I.Lw_u^_  ���������'I had an Itching rash on my bock  and ahouldcra which waa very irritating and tireaome. It kept spreading all over my body and broke oUt  into sore eruptions. They caused  itching, and when I would nib or  press them they burned dreadfully  and I could not enjoy a night's rest.  I had given up hope when I  tried Cuticura Soap and Ointment,  and it was about four to six weeka  before I waa healed, after using eight  cakes of Soap and three boxes of  Ointment." (Signed) Mtus Marie  Bennett, Valley, Washington.  Cuticura Soap, OIntment,and Talcum promote and maintain irdrln purity, skin comfort and akin health  often when all elue fail*,  S#������*������25e. 0r������t������������it21t*,lSfc. TtU,m..���������t. M4  .throughout theOominlpn. Canadian Oepot;  "Cutfoura S-aa-a x-x-t.t mtthtsstt mner.  A Prosperous District  into  High Class* Settlers Coming;  Grande Prairie Country,  .Indications point to jjpn era in tho  Immediate' future of unprecedented  prosperity for Grande Prairie district.  Tlie crop is expected to run In value  from ten fo fifteen million c!ollars,ftand  there- 5s a large influx of high class  settlers, with, the introduction of sub-  sUtXilInl capita I f Heavy orders for  lumber have been received and business in tfwral Is showing marked  activity,  mmmimm  &*..  "Stands Strenuous \tofear**.  All mothers can put nwny anxiety  reg;. nl log    their    suffering"   children  when    they   have    Mother    Graves'  I Worm    Exterminator    to give relief.  tta effects are ������>ure and lusting.  The star JieMftewe, In Uie^con-  siteJlatfcm Orion, is 27*000,000 times as  b-rgrt im Um fun,  Minard's      Linlnmnt      Lumbermim'a  Friend   ������������������������������������--���������' M������m*A,*tm������mmmtnmm..mat .- mm m.^...^. -,--,_���������,- -,--p-,,_-_,-- _ j-- T   M\\       I'M (   [!...[[._  w.   n.   v.   iaim  because it is made of the best material���������and knitted by  those who understand the Canadian climate and know the  needs of the Canadian people*  It-|s the underwear known wherever quality is appreciated,  You will find, it at all good dealers*    *  Mao**   tn   C.miln-llon$  arjuua     ,i,     wwmwiiiuieueia _  lAS^Ste StaniieM's limited  '     '  - J ���������     ���������     * TRURO* N.S. ,  length, and the. this, for  Mtn ana. Women  Stanfteld'o AJhi-.-tU  Comhlnatbti, andSluptn  for growing Children  \PaUnl-i.: Writ*fat  book  Samtft took -hotolnf different uelghh and texture, mailed free. **  ���������^M  Z'PZr.  tffiilffffi.'ir-''ii'l PTTVTRW."    OR-RRTOW.     B.     C.  According To Statistics  mprovenieiit Is Shown  As To Employ ment  WESTERN EDITORS  ��������� ���������A'**XHW������iS  ' Ottawa.~Tlie employment situation  in Canada registers an improvement.  Returns of the employment service,  Department o������ Labor,* show that for  the two-week "period ending _ September 10, the volume df employment reported by employers showed expansion,, the index number standing at  89.6 as compared with 88.7 id tlie pre-"  ceding  fortnight.      Since   the  begin-  O         ���������    * P- :   Manitoba's Road Problem  By A. C. Emmett, Secretary Manitoba  -   Motor League.  The^absolute lack of proper maintenance of the highways is the curse  of the present system of' municipal  control. Until such time as suffix  cient public interest can be aroused  io secure the adoption of a more cen-  shown a slightly upward tendency, al  though in volume it still continues on  the mid-winter level. *'  For the two weeks ended September  ���������10 returns were'tabulated from 5,240  firms with an aggregate payroll of  some 669,201 persons. For the two  weeks ended August 27 identical firms  reported 660,274 employees, the difference representing an increase of staff  of over 8,900 workers or a little less  than 1 1-2* per cent.  Sixteen industrial groups registered  expansions in payrolls as compared  with the preceding fortnight, amounting altogether' to nearly 11,000 persons. On the other hand, t&ere were  recessions- in '15 groups aggregating  over 2,600 workers. The most important factor in the net increase was  the re-opening in .railway car shops  following , a temporary shutdown.  Without this recovery, however,xem-  ployment would still have shown an  upward tendency as compared with  the preceding fortnight.  ning of April, in fact, employment has | trajized    system    of control, just- so  -Prize For Airship Mooring Mast.  London.���������In regard to the length^  discussions/at the recent imperial conference in regard to the development  of airships, it is interesting to note  long will the taxpayers mone3r be  prodigally scattered in .patchwork  roads and maintenance.  ~The Brandon and District Good  Roads competition* provided, * those  who were acting as judges, an excellent opportunity,, of securing a first  class object lesson as 'to improper  construction and maintenance. On  many of the main routes where large  sums of money have been expended-  on construction, the value of the  work has *been partially lost by the  lack of maintenance. Tbis was especially noticeable five miles west of  Brandon "to the village of Kemnay.  This stretch of road is full- of deep  ruts and pot holeSv Unless, given  immediate ' attention the road will  soon be in such a condition that re-  grading will be the only" means ,to restore its usefulness as a Iransporta-  tion artery. ���������  k~~.  Final Decision Reached  On New Frontier Line  For Upper Silesia  ���������G  Courts In India  Deal With Rebels  H. R. Way, Publisher df-the Chronicle,  Lampman, Sask.  lay in the moving of men and equipment over long distances.  Many contractors of skill and experience would turn their attention  to good roads work if all the work  was coiytrolled by one central board  instead of the hundred and one  municipalities that they would have  to deal "with under "existing conditions.  rrxvv0vtr,*m~.-i���������  JXXVXIXXVrAlJtXlXtry  me  that the Royal- Institution of British  Architects has decided to awavd the {therefore lost some six feet oi good  bsfnner municipality :as far as good  roads are concerned, but even on its  excellent gravel roads the want of  proper supervision ���������of the maintenance worlfr. is becoming apparent  through the narrowing of the grades  by the -encroachment of weeds and  grass.. The dragmen have been satisfied to keep the centre ten v to-  twelve" feet in good shape and have  When Does Bronchial Trouble  ~*       n      ���������      in     n   .   in     ��������� oe  > Begat io bet denousr  -Grissei prize this year for the best design of a mooring mast. > The air  ministry has exhibited-much "interest"  In the competition and has offered to  nominate an expert to assist the prize  committee.    ?'        .   P      -'<"���������*  / ���������   y -.  .    -  LOST   29   POU N DS  DYSENTERY  WAS THE CAUSE -,  Dysentery is onc of the worst forms  of bowel complaint^ and hardly any  other disease so quickly undermines  the strength and brings about'a condition of prostration and utter collapse that often terminate fatally.  To  check  the  unnatural   discharge  * without bringing on constipation you  should   use   that   grand old remedy  with a reputation    extending' of   76  year's,    * .-  DR. FOWLER'S    .  EXTRACT OF  WILD STRAWBERRY  /    /,  Mr. G. H. McVagh, Mawcr, Sask.,  writes:���������"About eight years ago I had  a severe attack of dysentery. I was j  sick for three weeks. I weighed 154  lbs. when I took sick and 125 when I  got it stopped. 3 think I tried every  medicine,on the market, but did not  find relief untilZL used Dr. Fowler's  Extract of Wild Strawberry, ant! one  bottle did it. I'think there is nothing  like it for diarrhoea or*,-dysentery. I  always keep some on hand as a person  docs not .know when he will need it."  Price 50c a bottle; put up only by  The T. Milbiirn Co., Limited, Toronto, Out. .*'**' ���������'*."���������'  road. whieh was originally there  when, the" first construction work  was., finished. -&��������� * -"~  * .The municipality of Sifton is making -very good progress on - the im-,  provement** of its roads and will un-;  doubtedly carry off the premier honors in the Brandon and district competition.  In the earth roads class a special  example of wcy-lt was found in the  municipality of Woodworth. Special  praise is undoubtedly due to the contestant who has had charge of this  two mile stretch, as, not* only was  the, surface of the road kept In splendid condition for its full width, but  the sides * were also well trimnied  and free from weed's, high grass and  First it was a little throat tickle,  then a cough which grows* severe.  This neglected' cough travels down  the lungs���������and it's mighty hard to  treat. To treat throat trouble right  use Catarrhozone. It heals the  sore spots, allays irritation, eases the  cough, makes breathing regular,  clears out .the phlegm and Jr-ees the'  nostrils from crusts and accumulations,. You can prevent colds, and  keep free from Catarrh and bronchial trouble by frequently using Catarrhozone���������thousands prove ibis  every day. Sold everywhere, two  months treatment ������1.00,, medium  size 50c, small size 25c.   ''  impose rrison ierms rrom ~~j moutns  To Two Years.  London.���������Keuter's correspondent at  Simla, Indta, says that the summary  courts dealing witfl the Moplah rebels  are taking strong action. Ei*ght hundred and one prisoners have been  committed to higher courts for- trial  on major trials; 1,664 have been sentenced to terms of two years' imprisonment, and 376 to terms ranging  from two to twenty months, while 19  were acquitted.  Dyed'a Child's uoat  And Her Old Skirt  Buy "Diamond Dyes" and follow the simple directions in every package. Don't -wonder 'whether you can dye or tint successfully,  because perfect home dyeing ,is guaranteed  with Diamond Dyes even if you have never  dyed before. ^ Worn, faded dresses, skirts,  "evaists, cGats \������v/*������?iters, -stockings^ drt������^cries,  hangings, eve'rything, become like nev/ again.  Just tell your druggist whether the material  "you wish to dye is wool or silk, or whether  it is linen, cotton, or mixed goods.1- Diamond  Dyes never streak, sp6t, fade, or run.  hands  & body  x freely with Baby^QwnSfiftp  fj.in.4i   ,. ������������������������������������ **** *m*,a m~i mam****  . Wm 11 i mtmMmmmmmm,m-mm-mi*m, n tmtttmm.  W.   N.   IT.   J 890  ness was given by the whitewashing  of the culvert walk. This latter feature was noticeable on practically ail  the prize winning stretches.  Oakland municipality showed well  in tho awards with a very fin^  stretch of earth road close to the  town of Wawancsa and a stretch of  gravel on "the Brandon-Carroll road.  The latter stretch was only gravelled  last July but has been consistently  dragged and put in excellent shape  by the contesting dragman.  A final consideration of the tour  of the district undoubtedly impressed the judges with the necessity of  sonip improvement .In the system of  construction and maintenance in or**  der ,to provide some means of securing a continuous system of highways in place of the pq,cthwork system which prevails under tno present system of m\uniclpal control. .���������  - In the opinion of the writer, this  can only bo secured by Government  control of at least theYinaln trunk  highways of tho Provlnco. vSuch a  system would provide a basic system  of highways covering) the Province in  ail directions and'would then become  not only main transportation arteries, but would also provide a real  object lesson in road construction  for the municipalities when constructing their market or feeder  rdads to jconnect with the main  routes, r  Government control of the main  highways would also tend -to economy in construction .cost ns with  centralized control, the planning %t  the work and tho/actual construction  can be carried on In such a manner  nn to make it possible for the con>  tractors to bid on- long continuous  stretches Instead or. scattered sections which entail a very -largo out-  *- '* r \  U. S. Delegates Begin Work  Will Construct Their Programme For  Disarmament Conference.  Washington.���������A^month of careful*  preparation for the United States  Government's part, in the ,armament  conference began with the first meeting here of the four delegates selected by President Harding to speak for  the United States.^ Diplomatic, military and naval data of a specific nature already had been compiled for  the guidance of .the delegations, but  the real task of fitting tlie whole mass  of information together and building  upon it a constructive programme remained to be done by the delegates  themselves in the long series of meetings that will precede the opening of  the conference on November 11.  Aland Islands Problem  Neutralization     Left    With     Britain,  France and Italy.  Geneva.���������The international  conference   for   the   neutralization of the  Aland Islands adopted a proposition  put forward by Prof. Simon Askenazy,  the Polish delegate, ��������� providing  -that  Great Britain, Italy and France���������the  three powers hot possesing territory  bordering on the Baltic Sea���������should  work out a compromise plan for the  .settlement of the question.     The conference was called here in accordance  witl?-a decision of the Council of the  league of Nations. ���������  New lamp Burns 94 % Air  Beats Electric Or Gas. ' v  A new oil lamp that gives an amazingly brilliant,-'soft, white light, even  better-than gas or electricity, has been  tested by the U. S. Government^ and  35 leading universities and found to  be superior to 100 ordinary oil lamps..  It burns without odor, smofce or noise  ���������no pumping up, is simple, clean,  safe. Burns 94% air and G% common kereseno' (coal-oil)._'  The inventor, T. V. Johnson, 595  McDermot Ave., Winnipeg, is offering'  to send a lamp on 10 days' FREE trial,  or even to give one FREE to tho first  user in each locality who will help  him Introduce it. Writo him to-day  for full particulars. Also ash him to  explain how you can get the agency,  and without experience or money  make $200 to $500 per month.  Geneva.���������The "Council of thev League *  of Nations lias reached a final decision on the Upper Silesia question,  and has.thereby accomplished the  greatest task yet set for its considera- *  tion with greater dispatch than many  expected. The solution reached by  the Council involves a new frontier,  line, together with certain measures  providing for guarantees against the  dislocation of existing economic conditions. *\  "*Ehe members of the .Council are  confident that this solution is the  only possible one, and "Ihat it will  at the same time roll away one of the  dark.clouds hovering over Europe and -���������  firmly establish the prestige of the  League^ , * -  A statement issued by the League  says that, confronted, by the extreme  difficulty of conciliating the economic  elements of the question, the Council  first of all charged a committee, "com^  posed of Belgian, Brazilian, Chinese  and Spanish delegates, with the study  of the problem. The committee  reached the conclusion that a frontier  drawn either In accordance with the '  plebiscite or the economic conditions ,  without other stipulations, was bpund  to have unfortunate results.  The. committee accordingly recom-  mdnHml   a   -na-vtr  ���������fTwnMoi*    +/>cr*������t'|*i/������T������-*t������*M������**hi  mm.. \~, *m\& .-I .mm       *vrm      -,*v   * 0 ^m *^*^ <mm^~*m ������        %.^^^-fr \* max^\*m -f ^mxm  a guarantee against" the dislocation  of existing economic conditions ex-'=.  tending over a period, long enough*  to permit the region to adapt itself as'  completely and effectively as possible  to the new economic situation. Tho  committee also requested experts to  study general measures, the application of which would assure continuity of the economic life of Upper  Silesia and reduce to a minimum the  difficulties during the period of  change.  The economic stipulations formulated by the experts provide for the application over a fixed perlqd, in some  cases extending to 13} years, of a  series/ of - arrangements respecting  railways and water and electric sup-  plfpsj. as tb*p*ii as the suppression o?  custom duties on^numerous articles,  including wine and' ��������� coat, and the  maintenance, of the German mark as  legal*currency in the regions ceded  to Poland.  The Council recommends with adoption of these plans together with that  of. a guarantee relative to "political '  minorities, believing the latter to be  an essential compliment to tlie establishment of a political frontier.  IS YOUR STOMACH SOUR?  DO YOU BELCH GAS?  If you havo sour risings from the  stomach,, feel bloated and uncomfort^  able, just try twenty drops of Nervi-  Uno in sweetened water. Relief  will come quick. Nerviline .dispels  the gas, sweetens the stomach,  makes you fit and fine In a few minutes. As a genei*al household remedy for Ymany of the ills that constantly turn up, nothing is more useful in every homo than a 35 cont battle of good old "Nerviline."   "  Our slogan for 'the coming year  should be, "Buy at Home." Add; tb  your own and your neighbor's prosperity bykccphjg the money circulating in ouv own1 district,  ���������;D0Db'S %  *.fe,;MiLs :4  vf jptA \.\y vY ..-o-.  Bank Bandits Caught  Five Men Who Robbed Manitoba Bank  Were Amateurs. ,  Winnipeg.���������Five amateur bandits,  who held up the Bank of Hochelago at  Elle, Man., about thirty miles from  hero, were capture about flvo and a  Moors Defeated.  Madrid.���������Spanish troops fighting in  Morocco have defeated rebellious  Moors in an important struggle^ near  Gourougou. Gourougou was converted into an immense bonfire by the  burning of shelter and cantonments  where the Moors h&d been quartered.  THE MISERY OF-  BACKACHE  * m^mma,mmmmmm.mmmm.mmm.-imm,~m.,mm  Removed by Lydia E. Pink-  half miles from the scene of the rob-  ham's Vegetable Compound.  bery.   They were captured by n posso  of farmers, headed by A;'Bherer, man- j -Meaford, 'got-"I %!LJBffia E'  ager of the bank.    The amount taken ! Pwkham a Vegc^lQ- Compound  from the bank was between $1,000 and  $1,200, all of which was recovered.  Early reports of tho robbery indicated that tho amount stolen'would  exceed $-10,000.  Tho captured men gavo their names  as Henry B. Quackonbush, James  Redding, Sydney L. Roberts,-^George  J. Adams, hnd Clarence W..Adams.  Pinkham's Vegetable   Compound  for  backache, and I also  THEP)  Gypsy Charged With Witchcraft:  Port AKhur, Ont.���������Myrtle Pow-  hardo, gypsy, arrested after complaints of Joo Antonuk, an, Austrian  sho had taken a roll-of $135 from,  was charged before District Judge  MacKay with obtaining money tinder  false pretences and with practising  witchcraft, sorcery and enchantment.  Sho pleaded guilty to all the charges  and was ordered to return the money  and to leave tho Province,  Be fair to your local merchants.  Aalc to sec hist goods and, compare  prices before sending your money to  the mail order houses. You will find  that it pays.  bad a female weakness. I felt dizzy  and nervous, and  was without energy.  I had to force myself  to do my work, and  was always tired.  Saw a Pinkham advertisement which  induced mc to tako  the Vegetable Com-  (3 pound, and my back  , ������������������-��������������������������� ��������� ,, ,.. ..,1 gradually stopped   ng and I felt lighter in spirits.   X  am recommending tho Vegetable Compound with pleasure to au I meet who  complain as I did."���������Mildred Bkook,  Meaford, Ont.  Woman'i Precious Gift  The one which she should most zealously guard ia her health, but she often  neglects to do so in season until sora-������  ailment peculiar to her sex haa fastened  itself upon h������r. When so affected  women may rely upon Lydia E. Pink-  barn's Vegetable Compound, a remedy ""*  that has been wonderfully successful in  restoring health to suffering women.  If you bave the slightest doubt that  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-  gsund will help you, write to Lydia E,  inkham Medicine Co*  (confidential)*  Lynn, Mass., for advice.   Your letter  wlirbe opened, read and answered by a.  J woman, and beld in strict eottfldenc*.  t^ttmtaatmmmstmmmmsttm  mtmtmm y   -.    z  -*  - ,p\\'T.p\ '      ~~   - *" "     ZzZp'-j Z' d''.r'--;"-"v- ':  Z ~ " ���������. -"������"* '--> 7'. -*. --*-'/ '���������'>"/,'��������� -���������\y t;-H'S  IHE  CRESTCft   BEVIEW  '<     -    y.r'    ' rl  For Sale���������A useful ranch horse,  "Prince," $50.    Lionel Moore.  Great sale of books far below cost.  China and cut glass at your own  price. Sectional bookcase, tables and  chairs very cheap.. " Creston Cafe.  Creston.  We take pleasure in thanking _ our    custemers   for  their   patronage   in   onr  Ice   Cream   Department  this season.  - We believe we have created  a record for Creston���������on  never running out of Ice  Cream  or Soda Drinks.  Local and Personal  BERT NORRIS  Postoffice Blk. CRESTON  Birth-^Oa October 5th, to Mr. and  Mrs. M. Winch a daughter.  Wanted���������Girl wants work���������in towa  preferably. - Enquire Reyiew Office.  Wood For Sale���������16-inch dry cot-  tonwood, @3 cord at the ranch. F. B.  Pearce. Creston.  Fob Sale���������Rose Comb Rhode Island  Red cockerels, from good laying strain,  $3 each.    Mrs._W.-V. Jackson  Mrs. John E." Havden left on Saturday for Calgary, Alta., where she will  visit her sister for a couple of week?.  The Embree gat-age is offering some  exceptional yalnes in second hand cars.  Watch for their announcement next  Pc-cy Adlaid of Cranbrook was a  Creston yisitor a few days last week,  with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Adlard, return-  on Friday.   . ".  C. B. Garland, W. V. Jaekson iind  W. B. Embree were business visitors  at Nelson a couple of days the early  part of the week.  The latest issue of the B.C. Gazette  announces tbe appointment of George  Theodore Poppel, of the Creston Cafe,  as a notary public. .  Fob Sale���������Six room bungalow, cen-  X.   ..      *������ ~0i  ~l 1.1��������� ���������t IXV.       ~L-.~-  Dial    t\i*;a.v**,.i,     a.is*xt    ttiix*-~*aut mti    ouw|*(  and Baby Grand Cheyrolet ear. Apply  Mrs. W.'K. Brown.'  Anyone desirous of joining the public library for the remainder of the  year ending December 31st, can do so  for a fee of 50 cents.  i  ������>K������e^-rf%t  M  f+gk  B"  ������**   *  ������m\f^������*-VZ'Sr ������Tinii1  lf.-%; S-C  & A uvwv,b.h i trtxat nuu&t I  Just drop in and try  if we are not right.  OPEN 6.30 a.m. to 9 p.m.  *z~.  brook hotehnan, spent' a" couple of  dav3 here the fore part of the week,  the. guest - of his brotber-in-law, E������  Small of the Creston Hotel.  Dr -Lille, dentist; makes his usual  visit to Creston on November 1st, and  -will remain until Saturday.  Fob Hike���������Two heavy teams of  horses, completed with harness and  wagons? Could be hired by day. week  or month, very reasonable price, apply  CrestonjCafe, Creston. ,"  Dr. Lee Hedger. dentist, arrived  from Golden on Thursday and -> has  opened for practice in quarters adjoining the parlor ofijthe Cieston Hotel.  He has been keptTquite busy eyersince  arriving.  A very stiecesaful silver tea in aid of  the Zkdiesr. Guild of Christ Church was  giyen by Mesdaiuea Loveday and Jack-  son_a$ the hojsie������? the hitter on Tuesday afternoon.-t.he cash intake being  in the neighborhood of $10.  Messrs. ��������� Hendy. Hayden, Fred  Smith, Geo; Mawson aud Milt Beam  got home on Thursday from a three-  day hunt up Thompson Creek. They  were completely out of Inck with the  deer bnt brought home one bear.  J. D. Moore of Kaslo, provincial  road superintendent, was here on an  official visit at the em! of the week.  He has started a small crew of men at  work isonipldting- some i;r-..������nis*n������?u  work on the new bridges on the Sir-  dar-Kuskanook road.  Mrs. .Edgar For&ter of Lethbridge,  Alta..,' who has been here ou a. visit to  her sister, Mrs. E. N. Holmes, returned to Lethbridge cm Friday.  Fob, Sale���������A beautiful mahogany  case upright piano, worth $600. very  cheap. Terms could be arranged for  responsible    party.       Cre������ton   .Cafe,  l Dave mi* sate ftut- ngiib ucuiCCint,  one ,heavy democrat., twci sets of  sleighs, rubber tyred two seat phaeton and one single buggy. Moriow's  blacksmith shop.  Geo. Hogarth, the well-known Cran-  Practically every orchard in the Valley is now'stripped of apples and packing operations are now the order of  the day. According to tbe weealy report of Inspector" Fletcher 102 ors of  apples had been shippped from Valley  points up to Oct. 8th.  G. Stephenson, who ,h."*-s purchased  three-acres of the Barrieau property  on Wilson Avenue, has erected a small  cottage on. the property which he will  occupy for the winter. In the. spring  he intends clearing up his land and  getting it under cultivation.  Sunday  is annonnced sis Children's  '���������OOi   PJlJi.  SPECIAL PRICES  on  vices: 8a.m., Holy Communion; 11.  morning prayer, and, 7.30 p.m., evensong. The addresses at the i\\ o latter  services*** will be An keeping with the"  day. as will be most of thfe music.  HOT BL^AS i  The body is made of heavy  polished, and is lined with  Brick.     Top  and   bottom  cast iron.  blued steel,  Fire  heavy  NT eO*"*  1 ^ vy.  At the school board meeting on  Monday night' S. Henderson was  awarded the contract for a supply of  slabwood for heating the new primary  ronni. and the bid of H. Christie, who  is in charge of the. Archiba'd ranch  for 25 cords of 4 foot wood was accepted.  Jas. Stocks and Ron. Lidgate are  the only local hunters that have bean  successful at deer hunting, so far this  year. Already tbe former has two of  his quota, while, the Jatter, bagged  rathe**1; a fine specimen'.of venison whHe  hunting near Goat River crossing on  Sunday.  Attention has been called to a coupie of omissions in the,list of prize  winners at the Creston fall fair, as-  published in last week's paper. Tn the.  poultry class the name of E. W.  Langston of Lister was omitted. He  carried off first prize oh cockeral and  second prize on pullet Tn White Wyan-  dottas. s 'YY*Y  The cement piUars -iyefe put in for  the new Norris bakerv.and."confectionery, store last week, and on' Monday  Al. Hendren couiriienced operations  on the erection of the ��������������������������� frame work.  The building will he rushed witfT every  possible speed as Mr. Norria hopes to  oe occupying it by tho JNiriy part of  November.  Manager Rodgers announces that It-  is the intention to give one dance each  month in the new,Grand Theatre  dance hall, and that already prepaxw  ations are-being made "for the usual  New Tear masquerade ball.    *  .House building operations are exceptionally active ih .town at present.  On Grand view-Heights Messrs.' Edmondson and F. H. Jackson are erecting houses for rent. Mr. McMillan.-  the C.P.R. patrol, has a hungalow underway on the lots he recently pur-,  chased on Fifth, street, and W.^K.  Brown is putting up a small cottage  on nis Cory lot on , Vancouver street.  Mr.YWilson, who has the contract  for the soldiers' memorial' stone ntonu-  ment, has written that he is held up  in getting the, block of granite here  for erection due to the fact that the  C.P.R, is at present shy of apparatus  hint enough to l������ad- the monument,  which weighs' a few tons, but he is  hoping to Jiave the stone here anv day  now. The street alongside the Grand  Theatre has been graded np and is now  in shape for the placing of the granite  shaft. .  Miss McLuhan, the- Valley's Red  Cross public health nurse, who- has  heen forced to relinquish the position,  and who returned on Wednesday  from Nelson, where she' had'been .undergoing medical treatment, was most  agreeably surprised the same eyening  to h'nve ar. informal call from the  members of her Junior and Intermediate classes in nursing, the import of  the visit to present her with a nicely  worded address along -with which  went a cot'glass flower vase. Miss  Agnes, Hobden, vice-president of the  intermediate, made the presentation,  which was feelingly replied by Mips*  McLuhan. ���������  Excavation started on ' .Friday last  for the new store-- building 'S. A'.  Speers is erecting alongside his present  quarters on Canyon Street, on part of  the vacant lot next the Bank of Commerce. The -structure will be 40 x 80  feet, two storys,' with cement basement, and when complete it is his intention to move his stock from* the  ptesent Fourth street store, and combine titie business all under one rooi.  Boyd 8s Jnhnstnn"have been awarded  the conirac.T of buiidinj? the new store,  and tbe material is expected to he oh  the ground this 'week so' that,an immediate start can be made������^and the  premises be. ready for occupation be  fore Christmas.  Saturday,  Oct. 22  Gonstance Talmadge  in  "A Temnremental  * i '       , m ���������  A peppy, play. Past and furious; about,; wives and  stenogs.���������the  wife   is  fast  . and   the   husband furious.  Comedy :  WET AND WARMER  Saturday9  Oct. 29  DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS  Keei  century %~.omeay  We are running  this  special  feature at regular prices.  1  I  n  are  These Stoves will use Hard  or   Soft  Coal   satisfactorily  Why  don't you  place  your  order  for Apple  Boxes  jNOW,   and  have   them   made  up aiid  ready for use when the rush comes.  r  All  sizes.  Splendid values.  See them.  s. A. SPEERS  GENERAL  MERCHANT*.  Attention to Necessary  "   ��������� ' ' ��������� iiMe-'.'i!!iii������i.'n.'.H.ii.������n..- '!��������� i!,mf-.m.m.mr.'i"...,,mm......... ...., .|,.mi, ��������������������������� .ihmiiu-i.ii.i  Repairs  WILL SAVE YOU MONEY AND TIME!  Hce������ Right. Satiflfoction Guaranteed.  -AUTHORISED FORD .SERVICE.  FREE AIR.    Tires and Accessories,   A UTO LIVER Y  All WindH of GRINDING done at reanonahle pricufe.  1  C*wa *M������'^%*sB������gfl������B|tt o      jHk������M*n|tt amA-gmmm    gaa m jgrnx m dRfcttW  RESTON oERViGE GARAGE  LIDO ATE BROS.  PHONE a/  The*, Banff dance orch'fBtra made  their re-appearance hei-e after a five-  inohths absence at one of their-own  difnoes in Mercantile.Hallori Thursday  night, which was attended, by about50  couples.*' Their music was of the sarue  high order, but the crowd was not as  large as they drew on jthehvvisits here  last winter and spring/*Y  The ladies of Holy Cross church assure a thoroughly enjiVyahie evening  at their card party and copeert hi the  Parish Hall next Thurwlay. Oct. 27th,  with cards, to start proiiipfitt'8. M������h-  riames Garland and Crompton, and  Menars. Chorlton, Crompton and H., B.  Staplen will take part in the conceit  programme. The admission is 50 cents,  which includes supper.' '  Potato harvesting in gem-ml all ovor  the Valley and reports to band would  go to Bbow that npud������ are this year  about the lightest crop the Valley h������iB  eyer known, tho* average being hardly  more than a couple of tons to tna acre.  The flrflt Htraight cur nf {.hem Uy'.mnya  fesched $85 a" ton. hut ihe vearVexport  will not be more than half a dozen cars  fmm prenent appeaninceB.  Prod Dclangor and fiimily.'.who have  heen residents hero ttiv the pant four  years, left on Monday for Lumber ton  (Wattsburg), where |.h������y will make  thoir home In future, Mr. Belanger  operated here In the cediir pnwt nhd  poH������ line tho flrat two years of W������ stay  in quito an.e������t4*n������������ive flCitlo, b,ut lately  haw been ontplriylng bin tearpH at any  Yqu can buytherr. far SEVENTEEN:-^NTS^^h:  delivered at your packing hanse^yPayZ.z.-Cz  ' : for them November 1st, 192L    y  BOXES MADE OF ALLAINE with^fujl w^h^ides.  or Veneer sides used.  No  Cootonwood  Canyon City lumber iniii  LIMITED  SKssmmsaam  t, \, m0tm,,~mttt4matmttttmxm  contract woifc th������it was-oflferlng.  Ah MIhh McLuhan' h������w resigned her  portion, owing to. a brdakdown nf  health, the Valley Itr ni������W wtehnut ii  Public Health Nnrije. ! The Public  Health Committee will call a meeting  toward the end of the month which, all  imvinvltad and urged; to attend in order to And out the feeling of tho  people on the quention of engaging  annther nurue. Should tho mooting be  In favor of doing ho th������y will be a������Ked  for their opinion hn it- ������o,<y fund������ aro  \ro be ratt������ed for paying a iriiare of tho  nnrfle. the Rod Orn*������ Society having  gMnoioufily promiHcd to pay part a������  eforc.  MMMMIH  A full range of Men's Dress Shifts; jnst  arrived���������the   well-knownl''.';^T6h,i)v:Jyy,v���������;')P.0cfe!,  ,& Company line. vV  Men's * V* Neek Jersejrs  Men's Jersey Pullovers  A full line of Winter Goods in stock.  * -J, .I.,.. it.  MAWSON "BROTHERS  Better Service . General fttechfluits*   '  Lower Prices  ������i.4.iim.ii.i.������**.������www  PSl


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