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 ��������� -  'J*T%  Virt.-vVTTT.  GRE8T0N,-Br"C^. FRID A Yg, OCTOBER  -a rtcx-t  X*Va������,������  No. 37  800 See Oestosi's  1021  With the finest kind of weather,  the biggeat-ever list of entries, the  largest attendance and a Hneof outdoor attractions tliat Baye never  been excelled, Creston's 1S21 fall  fair,' which closed on Wednesday  last, will easily go down tinty'history as the-most all round successful exhibition yet held.  '"' Not only were the exhibits there  as to quantity, hut in the matter of  fruit, at -m-j^tmvte,, the quality of  the display in. pir the- sections almost was equally ^outstandings and  so"uniform**were most^ofcjbhe tiox  exhibits that it must surely have  been 'by the flip of ^ the opipl that  some off the decisions were made go  uniformly excellent*. -, wore the box  fruits.     *        ,*,-"'  * Tbe-W. V.. Jackson, ranch will-  house the Speer' Cup for the best  five box lot this year, while Mrs. X  W. Hamilton' secures the Canyon  City-Lumber'Co., Ltd., Cup for the  best three box lot and also lands  the prize for the best .packed box ���������  T. tE. Goodwin wa& another exhibitor who went home happy, his  honors consisting   of   the - Review  \>U|>  t\JX    VMS  -UDOU  Urxtm  vnjuv  ������ffpi63 in  the show, the" best colored Ixw, and  also awarded the hest display of  fruit in the show. While less fortunate in the matter of gathering  silverware L. Littlejohn was quite  the-outstanding exhibitor at the  fair, having a heavy entry list in  both the fruit and vegetables classes, And being tfie bigftestpri'ae wm^  ���������imffflBik)- ^^s^0^4-~i^id^^^--,-r.  pomte-m'f^t^^n^lii^Zj^ /$sst  boxes taking both^ first and second.  Tbe .only outside grower to snake a  showing was A. Mackie* of Boswell  who tork home first on a plate of  Wagners, and seconds on Jonathan  and Cos'Orange.  ���������"   .  The show in the livestock section  was lighter than formerly. Geo.  Hoodjbaptured the Johnson Cup for  the best heavy draft team in harness, y 'For the'second time J. H.  Webster landed, the -Stockbreeders  Cup for the best beef -type animal,  while W. H. Crawford annexed  the Bank of Commerce Cuprfor the  best-dairy cow.  The poultry-section, which was  much heavier than a year-ago, witk  iiessed pretty much of a sweep, in  each breed by some one exhibitor  who specialized in that particular  variety. v In Minorcas, A'Wallach  of Nelson had, things pretty muclt  his own.way, and it* was the same  in Leghorns any variety, A. Nickel  getting all the red tickets. - - in  White L-esghorna F- J- BCarbinw*rs  of Cranbrook captured most everything, including President Jackson's Cup for the' best male bird*in  the 'show. Iii Orpington's Mra  Kleist was - foremost and in Rhode  Island Reds Mrs. W. ^V. Jackson  had the lion's share of  A  body*s atteiition^however, was Mrs.  -v.* fc>. Kodgere"'Barred Rocks, with"  which she scored   both  prizes   in  both cockeral and .pullet.      [Handsomer, fowl" to look at  it would be  impossible to   produce       Another  pleased exhibitor was W. 3. Mc  Alpine, who lauded the CoL Lister  Cup for utility  pen, with a splend  id show" of Plymouth Rocks.    Roy,  the young son  of .President Jack  p-en jof ^high class ban-  MStGhmme**'  the honors.  .Mrs. Bulbert of M^osejaw, 'Sask.,  who ha&been 'here* forborne time on a  yisit to, her parenta^Y������jjjP.  and   Mrs.  Fransen; left for her home, Thursday.  '���������Pi'.  Mrs. Schonnert,  who has been ser-  ioitsly ill for' Some time, was removed  to Cranbrook hospitaJ\ebn Tuesday.  ������      '- -,    0-     - .-e^  Mrs. SJ Abrtr was a������visitor in Cranbrook last week, the finest of Mi-s. H.  Spence. , - y  Mr. and Mrs. E. Drjffil left-for Creston on Monday.-- yc  Mra. G. -A. Hunt^and daughter.  Clara, and Miss Sciirmidt, returned  from Creston oq Thursday last, where  they attended the faiv������-  ml    '    *���������* - - 4.   X  xaessrs. Spence anji McKowan motored here from CrapT^reok on Friday.  - J: Dorman, wn-w quite seriously  injured while" at hitf ?w������>ik last week,  wai taken io Crestor^'wheiehe' received' medical treatment, and is able t-o  be-around again,     py- -    - r  Mrs. Willson arrived from Creston  on Monday < to be' with 'Mrs. B. .John-  son. whu is 'seriously | ill at her home  here.   ���������. *     pp  atoes. .They have nothing on Wynndel, for since the' frost the O. J. Wigen ranch has shipped several crates,  and still has some eight or ten to ship.  Mike Piroy, who has been on the  staff of Wynndel Box iTactoiy all summer, left on Monday for his home ih  Fernie.  The Monrad Wigen is���������the i&st of the  local mills to be opeiating. but, he expects to shut down also in a few days.  Carl Carlson left last weejj for Arrow Park, where he figures to wo?k a~%  winter.  "Joe Wigen has a crew of men work-  Prize Winners at  Creston Fall Fair  Below will be found a list of the  prizewinners at Creston's 1921 fall fair  as" compiled ~hy -Secretary Walmsley  and on * Which' the prise, money���������the  cheques for which may be had on  calling at the secretary'suffice���������will,  be paid.,  FRUIT���������Boxes  \ Five boxes of apples (Speers Cup).  W V Jac&son. W J Truscott, T. E  gdgoiwio.  the^honore for" the,* best ��������� display of  fnwtjals^well^     Ashley   Cooper '&,  %x\^\.V-tf~-  *������^v*sae  -*4k.mm.4a---mm--^te~\   -*&������������   tVh*   uttvmmt-  inence as producers of (gravensteins  and swept the boards m plums and  prunes. F.^J. Klingeiismith* who  made his first appearance this year,  was most successful. His Winter  Bananas won both in plates and  boxes, and he romped off, with the  Brown special for two boxes of Mo-  Intosh, while his plate of-pears waje  certainly the class of that seotioh of  the exhibition. * S.; Moon also-put  Wynndel on the map, as the spot  .&..0irx   aLAmmwx-i^-.    ti&rtijXjvit!v     !*���������#������   ������������������.���������H.^  vC Jnvuuveg <ji������ luico  u</euc������<   hid  tin ���������������  shcv.* of b������TuS -that held mvery- j ���������-. w  Messrs.  Ing. building a Hne neW barn on his I    Tlsree boxes <������f apples (Canyon City  * =-    - Lumber Co.,   Ltd..   Cap),  Mrs  J W  Hamilton, W V Jackson, T E Good-  Saturday, Oct.  15  FRANK MAYO  in  u  ..  Six Reel6 of Western  Action.  Century Liona Comedy  Saturday,  Oct. 22  r  DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS  When i. Clouds  Roll By  Regular Price**  In^roots and vegetable theehow  waa ^quite"Y"up-tS> expectations - in  vieV^bf%hfe -rathl^ x-"dry - summer.  Chief, interest centred "in the display of ���������* vegetables . which - carries  with it iiiiey Board of"Trade Cup,  and whieh was won by1 E. Simmons,, with L. Littlejohn second.  The iatetirr's .display was much admired for its' showing ot walnuts,  sweet potatoes and peanuts.  The same adverse, weather conditions also iiuiited the show of  plants and flowers. L- Fred Waylett  had a notable Oolleotion of- house  plants, aud Mrs.. StockV dahlias  and Mra R.,J3. ,* Smith's gladiolias  were also ihuch admired..  The juvenile section was quite  well filled,^ competition being quite  keen in the writing-and drawing1  sections, po9aibly the surprise of  the class being the win of Annie  Smith in iced light cake, while in  the biggeat~com petition Louise Bev  -an scored'first in lemon pie.'  - In needlework Mrs. W. S. Slat"  er of Rossland was the-most consistent winner, with five prizes on  seven entries. Mrs. Leslie Mclnnes had a collection of crochet vthat  well deserved first place, while Mian  Lillian Cherrington's collection of  tatting was equally as "prominent.  Mrs, Geo. Cartwright witlf throe  firsts and one second deserves a  special mention.in th'at her articles  were invariably those requiring  muoh work.  Iti cooking the ladies this year  mostly centred their attention on  bread and pies and in all these the  entry was large. Jn bread Mrp.  Stocks had two wins, on the brown  sort and the iWity flour special.  Mra Kleist was the dandy of them  all in baking from Five*Rosea flour,  and Miss Lilly Marshall wan the  class of those who tried out Our  Best: Mrs. ArtdroSow, a looal  Donkhobor lady, had the Robin  Hood all to herself, and her two  20 pound loaves certainly were eh-  tired to recognition. Mrs. Comfort  was adjudged tho hest pumpkin  pie maker, Mr*.. BS, W. Payne the  best at turning out lemon pies, and  Mra Geo. CartoCri^ht superior at  the old fashioned apple sort. Mrs.  Morrow's fruit cake scored , first,  and Mrp. Geo. Johnson was first iu  devil food bake, both ladies meeting  and heating considerable opposition,  Mra Moon and Mrs. Carl Wigen  demonstrated that, culinary artists  [Continued on Page 4  Cameron asid Geroux,  who  :   "Aiwtta  for   aeyeraj  months, arriyed norae last week.  's J. Hansen wa*s���������a business visitor at  Creston Wednesday*-'    '������  "*   ��������� * ���������? ^  *��������� "*  i "  Dr. Henderson of-Urescon paid Kitchener an official visuYon Monday. ^  mt ** i   -   -     ��������� . . ,-* " j  i Mr. and Mrs". Persian, who ^baye  been cooking for "Kitchener Timber  Co., for several months, left last week  for Creston- \l,  . ��������� *.      ~  **  -' Following is the r#jpwt pf Kitcheiier  scho<Jl-for- SepteH������W^,;-&iiopor roll���������*,  xraiw-T<������������{xmx^i^^'M������l^ttcwrc iBlietf  Andeen, Beatrice-Molander; "Margaret  Oai-diflF, Kosalie Ow envYkichard Mof.  ander _". Alice "Cameron ? and Vivian  Iriinglois. Perfect attendance���������Edith  Geroux,-- FritarY Molander. Dorothy  Brown, Alice Molander. Ellen Andeen:  Clara Hunt. Mildred Andeen," Beatrice*  Molander. Margaret Cardiff. Murray  Brown. Chester Brown, Kosalie Owens  Richard Molander, Vera McGonegal,  Alice Cameron.  ranch* here. - The barn will be modern  in every respect, on >a cement 'foundation and the construction of the barn  proper being in the hands of expert  carpenters assures its qualitv.  ' ' '���������     x.    ' ,0. "r   -  Chas. Huscroft hayirg crew passed  through here ait the end of last weeek,  on their way home to Lister. ^They  were the Ia*t haymakers on thcslough  here, and report haying had a remarkably fine cut of hay.  The fall fair at Caeston last Wednes  day attracted quite a large crowd from  here and all are unanimous in claim������  ing that it was by far the best fair ev������  Several i,t the lo-  l\*fx\X'  L Littlejohn. Mis J W  T E Goodwin, W S  Bed.   L. Littlejohn.   T E  Spy  tvivoc      *a?*������*w  ������a!    fHvi���������er������  ?nd    ,^    Wl,������   -^j l8fc and 2nd.  among the prize winners-    -Ms:* and  win.  Wagner,  Hamilton*  Northern  McAlpine.'  'Mcintosh  Goodwin!  Rhode Island Greening, T E Goodwin L Littlejohn. *  Wcalthv. W V Jackson. E Craigie.  King; E VanAckeran. Canyon City;  Coi. Fitzgerald.  Jonathan, * T  Treyelyan,   L Littlejohn. -- - "-  Snow, L Littlejohn 1st and 2nd.  Ontario,,, Mrs J W Hamilton. W V  Jackson.  . *  Delicious, T E Goodwin, A Huygens  OjiayorsX/iiy.  I - Grimes Golden. S Moon. Wvnndel.  as. -  l-  ��������� 'mKxte,-' -  ^JC-.:ir  Bmra-On October Oth. to Mr. and  Mrs. M. Hagen,.a son, weighing eleven and a balf pounds.  ���������������>' Messrs. E and R. Uri and their families left on Friday for Arrow Park,  where they expect to spend the winter.   '    _  The deepest sympathy of many  friends is extended Mr. and Mrs. Geo.  Burr in'the.death of their day-old son;  the little fellow.arriving on Saturday  only to be taken from them the following evening.  More new settlers may be*looked for  in the spring, among the recent hind  ���������ales being two 5 acre lots disposed of  by H.'A. Bathie. sr. ���������< *  The Co.Operatiye Fruit Groweis  shipped "another oar of Mcintosh apples early last week.  J. J. Grudy is putting a new roof as  well aa u brick chimney on his store  here���������ocenpied by the- Mercantile  Company,  ' Ed Southwell, an old timer in these  parts, arriyed on "Tuesday and is  spending a couple of days looking up  old acquaintances. He returns to  Spokane on Thursday.  s.^A. Backmnn of the Homeseekera  Agency left for Calgary" on Sunday'  and as far as can be learned tbe mill is  shut down permanently until next  spring,  A. C. Pope, of the Co-operative  btore returned on Sunday from a bue*  iness vinit to-several polqts in the Past?,  Mrs. J. P. Brooke, yvho ���������' has, been  visiting her inothei*; Mitf. U, Butter*  field, lefe last week for Medicine H,*t,  Alta., to join her husband, who has a  permanent position in thint city, and  thoyexpect to make their borne Indefinitely.  Wo saw In the Uevlew last week  that someone wa������ still ihlppittg torn*  Mrs. S. Moon' Mr. and Mi-s. Carl Wigen and Mrs. -Nathorst were'the principal winners. Mo3t of the- visitors  took in the picture show and dance in  "the evening, and by way of appreci-  atinfi say that Manager Rodgers deserves very great credit for- tfie most  enjoyable evening-eyer ������pent in town.  Y  ^  t~tZ~t~.t-.xm-     t&Tm. 2.-        ������������     -T. fW\���������. .1.0,0,  <uiu3wu jT^pptl*,  MT   Xti.   AI*UW*COtt.  'Spitzenbe-q;, T E Goodwin.-~  ' .Winter Banana, F J Klingensmith,  S Moon, Wynndel..  . Northwest Greening, I~ Littlejohn,  3Mrs J W Hamilton.  Gravenstein, Ashley Cooper^ Wynndel; 15 Littlejohn.   -  Best box of apples in the show (Ores-  ton Review Cup). T JS Goodwin.*"  Bestcolored box- of apples (Spitzen-  berg), "A" ui uoodwin. - y  *   Best, packed box, Mrs 3.JW Hamilton.  ���������.v*"  AS  ".-The 'Lwttfs*, Auxiliary^t������ the^>W:  "VpA/ had their ** ftu-tnightry dance at'  *Ke school "on-*- Saturday night. ' B.  Barnhard was |p qjnarge of tiie~ floor*  a.nd excellent music was vuppiieu by  the Yewbury brothers and H. Brown  orchestra.        : ^ ,, -  Harry Brown is the first of the local  hunters to a bag a second deer<* ibis  season. He landed home with No. 2  on Monday. '  Jas. Jory's gang of carpenters have  the new store of the Lister Trading &  Supply Co., Ltd., on the southwest  end of the townsite block pretty well  under way. with a  number of tons of  >(IW  iY* S*Lm~  r%XJ  tr  ���������0     0-   *       -0tfi- ^W������r-    ������0J*S������������&     J__AvXv.tjtSsHt.   HxxAL         _  ****.*������,*& EricksSfii-i J'   -.--ft "^ * r?-w--- .- ,v- -  ���������*��������� I *>���������*%*������ ������9^������  ���������������. ft -. *?**%- y  'building.     The store is 18 x 40 feet(v  H������d is being built\by the L.S.B.  Robert Milner and William Mitch  ell are haying  barns   built  on  their  farms this month.  Jos. W. Bell was a Cranbrook visit-'  or a couple of*days the fore part of the  week on G.W.V.A. zone business.  Burning is still the order of lhe day,  some of the settlers having slashed  and burned as many as ten acres* already this fall.  The camp had a visit this week from  J. J. Smith the Mason e8c Risch piano  man of Nelson, and Geo* Powell of  Cranbrook, who was on tLselling ti ip  for Singer sewing machines. -������������������  At the United Farmers meeting on  Saturday night J. W. Head and VV,  Lung-Hon were tendered a hearty yote  of congratulatii>n for.being the first  from Lister to get into the prizewinn-  ing class at the Crouton fair. Mr.  Head was a winner in honey und Mr,  Lungstot) Iu poultry.  Lister looal of thc United Farmers  had their monthly meeting in the  schoolhouse on Friday UNght, with  President Powers ih the chair, and T,  Atkins acting secretary In the absence  of N. Stones. It was Agreed that In  ���������lew of the many different political  opinions amongst tho uiembem of tbe  local that no discussions referring to  tho election will be permlftftHit U.F.  meetings. r The local will take no \,oU  iticul action and the officers and mem*  bers were notified that they will not  be permitted to do electioneering or  speechuiaklng as dtiectly or Indirectly  representing nv wpeakiwg on behalf of  the membership of .the Lister loctiIf  The meeting closed at IT, after an in*  formal discussion of the apple producing Industry.  }   >FRUIT���������Piotes      '*-".  WeaJthy,vP B Truscott. T E Goodwin.'' ,_       .   "  ' .  Mcintosh Ked. L Littlejohn, 1st and  2nd.       .���������'-���������- "-.  Grayehsiein, F. J. Klingensmith,  Erickson; A Spencer. Canyon City.  Jonathan. Ashley Cooper, Wynndel, A Mackie, Boswell.  Wagner, A Mackie, Boswell; T Treyelyan.  Northern Spy. ' E A Penson, John  Ryckman.  Spitzenberg, L Littlejohn.  Cox Orange, L Littlejohn, A Mackie, Boswell.  Snow, L Littlejohn, 1st and 2nd.  Ribston Pippin, P R Truscott, Mrs.  Geo. Johnsons  Golden Ilusset, E A Fent>on, James  Compton.  Delicious, Mrs J Wood. Canyon City;  Borne Beauty. B W Holliday Smith  Boswell; Jas, Comptoii.  King, E VanAckeran, Canyon City;  Mrs. J w Hamilton.  Ontario. Mrs. J w Hamilton, A  Spencer, Canyon City.  Rhode Island Greening, T E Goodwin, L Littlejohn.  Northwest Greening, Mrs. J W  Hamilton,   A Spencer. Canvon City.  Grimes Golden, T R Mawson, Canyon City: A Huygens, Canyon City.  Winter Banana, F J Klingensmith.  Erickson: E A Penson.  Tolman    Sweet,    Geo  Cartwright; .  Eaickson; w V Jackson.  Quinces, Mrs R S Beyan, Mrs. Nnth-  oi-st, Wynndel.  Any other yariety apples. Col. Fitz-  geiald, T Trevelyan.  Best colored plate of apples. L Littlejohn (Spitzenberg). E VanAckeran,  Canyon City.  Hyslob Crabs, Mrs F H Jacksor,  W & MoAlpfne.  Pears, box (Mawson Brothers Cup),  RotMU* Stark, E M Craigie.  Pears, plate, any variety. F J Klingensmith. Erickson; C G Bennett.  Crate Pond Seedling Plums, Ashley  Cooper, Wynndel. 1st nnd 2nd.  Orate Italian Plums, AbhleyCooper,  Wyundel, 1st and 2nd.  Plate of Green Gage Plums, S Moon.  Wynndol. 1st and end.  Plate Yellow Egg Plums, Ashley  Cooper, Wynndel. 1st and 2nd.  Piute Pond Seedling, Plums. Ashley  Cooper, Wynndel, 1st and 2nd.  Plate Lombard Plums. P R Truw-  cott, S Moon, Wynndel.  Plate Italian Prunes, Ashley Cooper,  Wynndel. 1st and 2nd.  Grapes, plate, P G Ebbutt. G Cartwright, ErickMin.  Be*t dlsphiy of fruit ait fair, T E  Goodwin.  8we������-p*takc8, most pointo .in fruit  claw, L Lltlejohn. Erickson.  Horses  Brood mure with foal at foot, D B  Peterson,' Lister. General purpose  ranch horse fn harness, Victor Carr.  Heavy draft t������jam in harness, George  [Continued on Page ft  ?r,  .-'< > ' WMWSWZ : ���������CRKRT<*VN.:y*-'Bi:p-OL.  DEEP HOLLOW COUGHS  ARE MIGHTY DANGEROUS  seemed, than during the day, came and in this country you don't get much  pulsing down on the calm night air.; of one -without tho other."  r The long twilight dragged on; the j "Now, Dad," she protested. "You're  light faded but of the east and south, taking me up wrong. I don't think  and at last shone like the spread" of a J work is a- disgrace, and I'm willing to  crimson fan only in the north-west. 'It j work as hard as anyone, but I do  was quite dark when the .two men, tir-1 think it's a shame that you should ho  ed and dusty, came in at the close of, thinking -only of .work, work, work,  their long ��������� day's labour!    ." j when you .don't need lo.     I'd like to  The table was set for two. * "We! see you think about living instead of  have had our supper,". Mary, explained.; working.-'' Aud we're "not living���������not  "We thought we wouldn't wait any' really living, you know���������we're just  longer."  "That's all right," said Harris, try-  .tsut he found it  That same cough* is everywhere you  go,    deep   and hollow, why���������because  consumptive.      First  it  was  a  cold,  next came Catarrh, vitallity decreased;,  then   the   trouble was very serious.  Never neglect a cold, not even a little  one.      Never    trifle    with    sore   longer." existing. ��������� Just making little twenty  throat or Catarrh.*   Get out your 'Ca-      ������.That'S all right," said Harris, try-  four hour cycles that don't >~\et   us  xarraoasone xnuaier,     urease   ---;  ingto be genial.      But he found it   anywhere,-except older.      Don't you  'into your lungs the sealing soothing  Uar<Jer than hQ ha<r             ed       He { see vrh&t-l mean?     We're living all  vapor of Catarrhozone. Let Catarrko-  wa������fvery tIred> anQ SOmewhat embar--ln the flesh, like an animal.      When  zone ciear out the nostrils.     ZxovlJI. ras^ed  following  the   unpleasantness  ���������m,*fMj tT,(a 1,m"aoc --���������1 "*������������������  .wonder at the change when you ,use   ftt noon    H   h d no tllijugllt of apolo.  4JG-J 9  U  W"W   /  I  Lite������  this healing remedy.. It's really  splendid for coughs, colds, bronchial  irritation and Catarrhal trouble. Sold  everywhere.' Two months treatment  $1.00, small size 50e.  1  .' The  Homesteaders  -by.-  ROBERT-J-'C-'STEAD-  ;   Published By Special Arrangc-  * ment With the Author. ���������  5  1  ���������(Continued)  Harris finished his meal with little  relish. His daughter was very, very  much to him, and an open rupture  with her was among the last things to  he   imagined        Still,   she  must learn that the liberty of speech  he allowed her did not imply equal  liberty of action. ... His wife,  too, had behaved most incredibly.  After all, perhaps he had been hasty  with JimT No doubt he would meet  tho boy In Plainville or somewhere in  the district before lorfg, and he would  ttien have a frank talk with him. And  he would say nothing more of the incident to his wife. He was beginv  ning   to    feel    almost amiable again  ���������vtrStrfr*    ������a/>AllonHnn   /v?   *R������������i*il������a1*������     one!    tins  IIUCU      X Xr*rtr.0.��������� \Jt..\r ���������      xrm      mrxrt���������xtm���������,      m-...���������,.       m ��������� xr  regard which-she was evidently cultivating toward Travers, engulfed'.his  returning spirits like a cold douche.  It must not come to that, whatever  happened.  "You better get over to Grant's, Allan, if you're goin'," he said as. he left  the table. "I've some she&rs to  change that'll keep me busy.until you  get back."  I An hour later Allan returned,: accompanied by George Grant, and operations In the field were resumed!  Father and son were both anxious to  make up for lost time, and they worked that night long after* their usual  hour for quitting. Just as the sun  was setting George Grant left a last  tank of water at the end of the field  and started for home. As he passed  the buildings he saw Beulah in the  garden, and leaned over the fence for  a short chat with her. The girl was  thankful the gathering dusk hid the  colour of her cheeks. -George continued on his way, but still the steady  panting of tho engine, louder now, it  gizing, either to wife or daughter; on  the contrary, he Intended to make it  quite clear to them that they had been  at fault in the matte^ but he -would  take his time about_jreopening the subject. By waiting a day or two before reproving them he would * show  that he was acting In a judicial spirit,'  and without any influence of temper.  Still .... it was provoking that  there should be nothing to talk about.  When supper, was_finished Allan  went to the stables to "give final attention to the horses���������a duty that had always fallen to-Jim���������and Harris, after  a few minutes* quiet rest in his chair,  began to remove his boots.  "The cows are not milked, John,"  said his wife. She tried to speak in  a matter-of-fact way, but the tremdT  in her voice betrayed tho import of  the simple .statement.  Harris paused with a boot half unlaced. While his recollection of Beu-  lah's, defiance was clear .enough, it  had not occurred to him that the girl  actually would stand by her guns. He  had told her that she would pailk the  cows tonight as.usual, and he had assumed, as a matter of course, that she  you- feed yae horses and put them under shelter you can't do anything  ���������taore for them. But when you feed  and shelter your, daughter you have  only half provided for her, and It's the  other half, the starving half, that refuses to starve any longer."  * ^Tm not^kjekin' on religion, if tltat'*^  what. you mean, Beulah," he* said.  "You get goin' tb church as often as  you like, and "  'iOh, it's not religion,**' she protested. "At least, it's not just going to  church, and things like that, although  I guess it is a moro real religion, if  we just understood. What are we  here for, anyway? Come now, you're  a man of sense and experience, and  you must have settled that question  in your own mind long ago. What's  the answer ?"-  "Well, I'm here just now to tell you  those cows are to bo milked before���������"  "Yes, dodge it! "You've dodged that  question so long you daren't face it.  But there must be an answer somewhere, or there wouldn't be the question." There's Riles, now; he doesn't  know there is such a question. He  takes It for granted we're hero tor  grab money. **" And then, there's  Grants. They know there is such a  question, and I'm sure that to some  From Helpless Invalid to  Complete Restoration of  Health, Strength, and  Happiness Is Wonderful  - Change Mrs. Root Experienced in Three $Veeks *���������*���������--  Statement One of Most  Remarkable On Record.  would do so. ,;v Ho was not accustom-} evtent   they've    answered    it.      You  Fm So Tired  Fatigue is the result of poisons  in the blood. So when the kidneys fail to purify the blood one  of thc first indications is unusual  and per-mtent tired feelings and  pams in the back.  Neglected kidney troubles lead  to years of suffering from rheumatism or develop "into such fatal  ailments as Bright's disease,  Tbe kidney action is promptly  corrected by use. of Dr, Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills ��������� the best  known regulator of kidneys, liver  and boweh.  Mrs. John Ireland, R.R. No.  2, King, Ont., writes;  "I vmn ������ ������r������������t tufferer from tevere  headache* and hilioui ������p*lli. I it'ind nt  number of remedies without obtaining  any b-nu/n until 1 wi* ������<Jv ;-*.*������ <J it* m������  Dr. Cha������������*������ Kidney-Liver Pilli. Theses  completely relieved m* and ma������l<9 we  led like a new. perton. I, am very  grateful to Dr. Cha������e*������ w.-Jidn*** for  whit they have donr. for mc, *r. you  m������y mn my letter for tfia betw-fit of  oth������r������."*  Dr. Chase** Kidney-Liver  Pills, one pill a dose, 25c a hm,  all dealers or Edmanson, Bate* &  Co., Ltd., Toronto,  iiiiteiaaewMlweweiiwieiiMM^^  ed to heing disobeyed  "Where's Beulah,?" he, demanded.  "I guess she's in her room."  Harris laced up his boot.     Then he  started upstairs.���������'.'      *  "Don't he too hard on- her, John,"  urged his wife, with a little catch in  her voice.  "I won't be too hard on anybody/'  he replied curtly. "It's a strange  thing you wouldn't see that "she did  as she was told. I suppose I have  to plug away in the field until darV  and then come In and do another half-  day's work because my women folk  are too lazy or stubborn to do it themselves."  If this outburst was intended to  crush Mary Harris It had a very different effeccr She seemed- to  straighten up under the attack; the  colour cafheback to her cheeks,..and  her "eyes were bright and defiant.  ~'John Harris," she said. "You  know better than to say that your women folk -are'either..lazy-or-stubborn,  but there's a point where imposition,  -even the imposition of a husba-nd. has  to^stop, and you've reached that point.  You didn't have to stay in the field  until dark. There's another day Coming?      orerl     Oio    relrtTKvTiimor'll     Ircpn ' T+"  0-0-3, -m���������xx m���������xr ^r - ��������� 0-g^-xm-.^,   ...    -mxrt~ fr, .ti  isn't like the harvest. It was just  your own contrariness that kept you  there. You fired tho best man you  ever had to-day, In a. fit of temper,,and  now you're trying to take it out on us."  Harris looked at her for a moment;  then, without speaking, he continued  up the" stairs; The difficulties of his  position were increasing; it was  something new to.be assailed from the  bosom of his own family. Ho felt  that he was being very unfairly used,  but ho had no Intention of shrinking  from his duty as a husband aud  father, even if its discharge should  bring pain to. all of them.  He found Beulah iu her room, ostensibly reading.  "Why are thc cows not milked?" he  demanded.  "I thought I made it clear to you at  noon that they wouldn't be milked by  me," she answered, "and there didn't  seem to bo anybody else hankering  for the job."  "Beulah," ho said, trying to speak  calmly, "don't you think this nonsense has gone far enough?"  "Too far," she agreed. "But you  started It���������let's seo you stop it."  "Beulah," ho said, with rising anger, "I won't allow you to talk to mo  like that. Remember I'm . your  father, and you've a right to do as  you're told. Haven't I given you  everything���������given you a home, and all  that, and are you goin' to defy mo In*  my own house?"  "I don't want to defy you," she an  know, I like them, but I never go into  their house that I don't feel out of  place. I feel like they havo something that I haven't���������something that  makes them very rich and shows me  how very poor I am. And it's embarrassing to feel poor among rich  folks. Why, to-night George Grant  stopped'-on'" his way home to B~y a  word to me, and what do you suppose  he said? Nothing about tne weather,  or the neighbors, or the crops. Ho  asked me What I thougnt of tlie Venezuelan treaty. Of - course I'd never  heard of such a thing, hut I said T  hoped it would be for the best, or  something like that, but I was ashaifi*  ed���������so ashamed he might have seen  it in the dusk. You see, they're living���������and we're existing.;,'  If Beulah hoped by such argumont  to persuade' her father or even to influence him she .was doomed to disappointment. Harris listened .to. hwr  patie&tly enough at first,, but the conviction dawned upon him that sho had  been reading some silly-nonsense that  had temporarily distorted her young  mind. Such foolishness, If allowed  to take root, might havo disastrous  results.     His daughter must learn to  ~-._J..,~      *--..      ���������-I-..**              V. ...      . ���������.i_        rt���������r.-  *~t3Sli,r*3-   nci . nuiiu    uu    ixuj      vvujxv,    unit  not be led away by whimsical notions  that had ho place in a busy life.  "You're talking a good deal of nonsense, Beulah," he said. "When you  get older these cfuestions won't Worry  you. In the meantime, your duty is  to do as you're' told. Right now  that means milk the cows. I'll givo  you five minutes to get started."  , Harris went to his room. A little  later BeSulah, with a light cloak about  her shoulders and a suitcaes in hor  hand, slipped quietly down the front  stairs and out into tho night.  "Just a week before I started taking  Tanlac I was down in bed so crippled up with rheumatism I could not  move without help. My son. had taken Tanlac, and it had done him a  world of good, so one day. he brought  home a bottle and said, ."Mother I  want you to take this." When I  had finished that bottle, I felt like a  different woman, and by the lime I  had -finished my second bottle, I was  out in the garden hoeing.  "Tanlac has simply done wonders  for me; it almost seems like a miracle." This is the remarkable statement made recently by Mrs. Jennie  Root, residing at 1409 Power St.,  Portland, Oregon, and is only one of  tens of thousands from well-known  men and women who are daily testi^  fying to the powers of Tanlac.  Continuing her wonderful statement, "Mrs. Root said, "For years I  suffered terribly with rheumatism  and would often be down in bed for  days at a time. In the last five  years there was not a, time that I  didn't feei those rheumatic pains aii  through ^my- body. . About two  months ago I got very much worse  and" my arms and legs' were so bad  I was almost helpless and couldn't  even hold' a pen to sign my name. tI  was so weak I could not do any  housework. I couldn't even sleep;  and had no rest day or night. Even  to walk a few steps would tire me out  completely. When I tried to walk'  .1 would stagger, and when I  did walk a little way and sat down I  could not get up without some one  helping me. I had no appetite and  hardly ate enough to keep me alive.  I could not stoop over far enough to  ^get my. shoes on.  "1 never knew what a night's sleep  was, and would lie awake for hours.  At times I would get very cold and  would have to get up And sit-hy the  fire all huddled up, and my daughters  wouid put hot water bottles all  around me. I was treated by four  doctors, and took al^.*kinds-of .medi:  -fl  -*������������������-*���������������  T*<*r  cine,  good.  MRS. JENNIE ROOT  'Nothing ever did me any  I am just like a different person now. All those terrible achea  and pains.have left nie, and only the  other1' day I was able to walk up four  flights ofy stairs in an office building  when the elevator was cut oi order.  "My appetite is just "Splendid now,  and just to-day for the "first timo  in years, 1 felt so hungry that I had  to go and eat a piece of pie between  meals. In fact, I can't remember the  time that I have^felt as well as I do  now. I have not only regained my  health and strength, but I have gained fourteen pounds in weight. To  tell you the truth, I wouldn't exchange the benefit I have received  from Tanlac for the best ranch in  Oregon, and I will praise it as long as  I live."  Tanlac is sold by leading druggist*  "everywhere.        -- Adv.  A Pessimist Defined.  Asked for A definition of a pessimist.  Dr.    Furse,    Bishop    of  St.  Albans,  promptly replied: "A man who wears  a belt as well as braces."  Half Women  Workers  Teachers.  School teachers represent 50 per  cent, of all-the -women "engaged in  gainful occupations in the United  Statei."  CHAPTER XI.  Crumbling Castles.  At tho foot pf tho .garden Beulah  paused irresolute, tho suitcase .swinging gently In hor hand. Sho had  made no plans for the decisive stop  events of the day had forced upon her,  but tho step itself ajie felt to be Inevit**  able. Sho .was not In love with Jlni  Travers; she had turned the wholo  question over In her mind that afternoon, weighing it with judicial impartiality, supposing all manner 6f  situations to try out her. own emotions, and she had come to tho conclusion that Travora was merely an  incident in hor life, a somewhat- Inspiring incident, perliaps, bnt an incident none" tlio loss. The real thing  ���������tho  vital   matter which  demanded  somo exceptional    protost���������-was    tho  narrow and over narrowing horizon of  Bwored,  "but if you're  going to  let' he>r father, a horizon bounded only by  ^)  0iifm^*  Sl*m4,0tS.WIim.l44Mm>W~imtl44ttSl44m  W.     N.     V.     J 8*0,  your temper run away with you, you  can put on the brakes yoursolf. And  as for all ycu've-done-for mo���������maybe  I'm ungrateful,.but it doesn't look half  so big from my side of the fonce."  "Well, what moro do you want?" ho  demanded.  "For ono thing, I wouldn't mind having a father."  "What do you moan?     Ain't I your  father?"  "No!" she cried. "No! No!  There'H no father here. YouYo just  tho boss���������tho foreman on tho farm.  You board with mother and mo. Wo  see you at 'menl-tlmea. We wouldn't  tine yon then If you didn't liavo to  make uce of nn In that way," If you  have a spare hour you go to town,  YouVo always so.butty, hvmy, with  your Httle thing*, that you havo no  time for bl������ thlntpt,"  "i didn't know It wa������ an offence to  bft bn������y," ho anHworedt "It's work  that makflfi money, and I notice you  can flpend- yonr whuro. You're nevor  ������o hauKhty about nio workln' when J  you want ton-dollar bill for ttotnnthln'. [  Work timy hts u dlHgi-iuio is., light from  your point of view, but.-money fun't,  material gain. Against this narrow  lug band of outlook her'vlgorous spirit,  with its dumb, insistent stretchlnfes  forth to tho infinUo, rebelled,' It was  not a matter of filial duty; it was not  a matter of love; to. hor it was a nmt-  tor of oxistenco. '"Sho saw hor ideals  dimly enough������at best, and sho would  burst every cord of aft'ectjon and convention rather than allow thorn to bo  submerged In tho jjroy, surrounding  murk of materialism,  (To bo continued)  Fisherman's Friend  , The Original and Only Genuine  1  *��������� ^^^^^^^^a\���������Jm~wammWm^^*^ tttat^F^  YARMOUTH, N. 8.  !*������#-at  ^^^ijf^vr*ixt^wy*,mm^i~t^ .tttm**^*^.  ��������� *., l)r*it#*~0im  ���������MMmmmtm mtm^iti^mt-mmtttimm'timitimti  M^*^Wwr^w>W*������i������^  atmmm ���������arm'-r^rvw.  jfeOLit/jni  I  yiTTAMINES  Ev)Ab������ IN CANADA  The importance of  Vitamines in food is  feeing recognized at  the. present time to a(  greater extent ttidni ever,  before.   It has been conclusively demonstrated  .that yeast is rich in this  all important element.  Many people have received great   benefit  physically simply by taking one* two or three  Royal Yeast Cakes a day.  \ Send name and address  for free copy "Royal Yea*.si  Ce*.fces tor Better, Health."'^  S. W.**,GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED |  TORONTO. CANADA    - /A  The Old Country  World Happenings  P-t-io-Ylw  TrslA  a   l/IVI  Christmas is a wonderful tirrfb to  visit Jthe Old Country, renew old acquaintances and have Christinas din-,  ner 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 reunion.- ��������� s -  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 Ilth, 13th, 21st,  22nd, December 6th and 9th. Prom  Edmonton, November 10th, 12th, 20th,  21st, December 5th and Sth. Prom  Saskatoon, November Ilth, 13th, 21st,  22nd, December 6th and, 9. Prom  Moose Jaw' and Regina, Novembers*.  Ilth, ,13th, 21st, 22nd, December 6th,  9th and Ilth. Prom Winnipeg, November 12th, 14th, 22nd, 23rd, December 7th, 10th and 12th.  A postcard to any Canadian Pacific  Agent wilF bring full particulars regarding rates, passports and reservations. R. 12  West Australia's Wonderful Caves  More extensive than the labyrinths  of. the Mammoth Caves of Kentucky  and richer in .stalactites than the  Bombay Caves of Elephanta are the  Jenolan Caves of West Australia,  pronounced the finest underground  wonderland of the world.  Why Must It  Be Zam-Buk?  ���������because in skin'troubles, Za-w-Buk has *  .this great advantage over ordinary ointments, salves and lotions. - It is wholly  medicinal and perfectly free from min  eral drugs or animal fats.  Zam-Buk is a highly concentrated  herbal preparation, and owing to itp  unique composition possesses Soothing,  Healing, and Antiseptic qualkics of rare  power, Zam-Buk also, combines the  three virtues of Simplicity, Effectiveness',  and Safety.- It is always ready for use,  always reliable and absolutely purs.  Doctors, Nurses, and Ambulance experts who have mbjected Zam-Buk to  practical tests declare it to be wonderfully effective-in superficial wounds and  obstinate skin- diseases.' It makes for  the immediate alleviation of pain and  burning skin irritatio.n.. It destroys skin  disease at the*roots without damaging  - the delicate- flesh .tissues. It gives  instant protection agaifist germ-infectioa  and blood-poibbn, and promotes the  quick growth of healthy new skin.  For    Husband;    Wife    and    Child,  .  Zam-Buk is the one perfect skin healer.  Regular users declare it to be worth ks  woight in gold.   "50c. all dru&^ists and  dealers, or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto  A  ~-T-  Handsome  Ermine Wrap  ^gpjy   *  tf  Electric bulbs can be frosted by  dipping them in a strong solution, of  Epsom" salts and vinegar. This soften the glare of the light.  Dyed Her Sweater  .  And Silk Stockings  Each -package of "Diamond Dyes" contains  directions so simple that any woman can dye  or tint faded, shabby skirts, dresses, waists,  coats, sweaters, sfockings, hangings, draperies, everything like* new. Buy "Diamond  Dyes"���������no other kind���������then perfect 'home  dyeing is guaranteed, even if you have never  dyed before. Tell your druggist whether  the material you wish to dye is wool or silk,  or whether it is linen, cotton, or mixed goods.  Diamond Dyes never streak, spot, fade, or  run. ,  Statistics from the C.N. and C.P.  Railways show that 70,000 grain cars  were distributed on the "prairies during- the present season.  Capt. A. J. Biei;re, master of the  Vancouver tug Commodore, and one  of the oldest seamen in these waters,  dropped dead on his boat^ at Prince  Rupert. ���������*  Inheriting $75,000 from his brother's estate failed to disturb the mental poise of a New York .letter carrier. "He. continued on . his rounds  after receiving the news.  The four 'non--nenmment members'^  of the Council of, the League'of Sa-  tio-ns, Spain, Belgium, China and Brazil, will be re-elected. ' The committee on internal organization sox decided, unanimously,     v  An airplane crashed near the Mansion airdrome' from,-a height of 200  feet and a flying officer and four mechanics were killed. A strong wind  was blowing at lhe ume and the machine buret into flames, A sergeant  of the air force ran to-the blazing  machine in an attempt to rescue the  jrien in tho wreckage, but the flames  Ladies Remove Their Corns j  In a Very Simple Way  NO pain, no trouble, costs only a  quarter. It is a������ very simple^ thing  to paint on a small application .of good  old "Putnam's" night and morning. To  remove corns, to get entirely free from  them, use Putnam's Corn and Wart  Extractor. It is guaranteed. 25c at  all dealers.     Refuse a substitute.  '1  Sardonic Suggestion, '  guess I'll knock ott work  Belmont,  A sumptuous fur wrap is always a  serviceable addition to the fashionable  womaift wardrobe. This season  there are many appealing creations In  styles that are decidedly distinctive,  This model is luad^'of ermine;     It is  Wty-'V-  'Wfcr^rh-tm^Sir'-.  CUTICURA  FOR THE DAILY TOILET  Use Cuticura Soap daily for the toilet and have a healthy clear complexion, soft white hands and good hair.  Assist when necessary by touches of  Cuticura Ointment. The Cuticura  Talcum is also ideal for the skin.  Soap2Se. OMtaM>t25iBe!S0c TetJc**naZ5e. Sold  tbroughouttbeDominion. CanadianDepot;  Lymetn������. Limited. 344 Si. Pari St., "ST., Meat-res!.  ���������^Cuticura Soap ���������haves without mas.  HIa French."  "Where did you learn your French,  Mr. Sapleigh���������abroad?"  "No, right here, off perfume bottles!"  MONEY ORDERS  The safe way to send money by mail .is by  Dominion Express Money  Order,  It takes one woman 20 years to  bring up her son���������and another woman all the rest gl his life to Tiring  him down a little.���������Helen Rowland.  the  day and ,go fishing,"    remarked  man -vyho is always weary.  "This is the fourth time you have  said that this week;" commented his  wife. "Just for variety why don't you  knock off fishing and go to work."���������  Washington Star.  ���������The only goat milk condensory^ in  the world is located at Pescadro,  Ca!., where one herd of 6,000 milch  goats is maintained.  Xatarrh  Catarrh is a local disease greatly influenced  by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is a Tonic, taken internally, and acts through the blood upon the  mucous surfaces of the system. HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE assists Naturo in  restoring normal  conditions.  All Druggists.      Circulars free.  F. J.  Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.  A French expert declares ��������� that tho  chances of mistake in identification  with finger prints are one in 17,000,-  000,000. .  After 10 Years of Asthma Dr; J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy proved the  only relief for one grateful user, and  this is but one among many. Little  wonder that it has now become a  recognized remedy on the market. It  has earned its fame by its never failing effectiveness. It is earning it  to-day, as it has done, for years.  ior & j elaborated "with, a rippling cane that  swings - from the back of the collar.  The sleeves are very wide at the cuff.  A most striking effect is attained, by  the use" of a black fox collar. This  reaches almost to the waistline, decreasing in size as it reaches this  point. The black fur is also introduced on the lower edge of the cape,  where it accentuates the ripples.  ���������MTTDCFC  XJ4 *t-J JL*iS*JXU*tJ  , The Toronto ^-Hospital for Incurables. Ia  Affiliation with Beilevue and Allied Hospitals.  New York City, offers a three years' Courso  of Training to young women, having the required education, and desirous of becoming  Curses. This Hospital has adopted the eight-  hour system. The pupils receive uniforms  of the School, a monthly allowance and  travelling expenses to and from New York.  For further - information apply to tha  Suv>*sr*fitO'rsacn������.  And He Got It.  An English schoolmaster ..promised  a crown to any boy 'who should propound *a riddle that he could not  answer. After many had tried, a  bright youngster said, "Why am I  like the Prince o������ Wales?" The  schoolmaster puzzled his wits in  vain,, and was finally compelled to  adinA that he did not know. "Why,"  said tho boy, "it's because I am waiting for the crown."  The foolish man "who built  his house on the sand���������  He gave an example in folly, which anybody  con understand.  It isn't so easy, however, to sense the mistake  of trying to build thie |tody on foods which lack  essential nourishment. , '������������������*'."���������'  :,.:"*���������   z ,   y-z ���������   ��������������������������� '\ ���������  . Here, again, is a foundation of sand which  gives 'way when the test comes.  *���������' Many a food* that tastes good lacks honesty  of nourishment to equal its taste.' Thus itterapta  the appetite into mistakes that often ara costly.  Grape-Nuta ia afood which helps builrfbodtty  endurance for life's stress and storm. The full  nourishment? of wheat and malted barley, together  with the vital mineral salts so necessary to bona,  atructpre .and red" blood corpuscles, with phoa-  phates\for the brain, is retained in Grape-Nuts*  The long'baking process by which Grape-Nuts ii  made gives the food a natural sweetness and aa  unusual ease of digestibility and. osalmilatiotii  SerCred with cream or milk, Grape-Nuts is  fatty nourishing, and whether eaten aa a cereal at  breakfast or lunch, or made into a pudding for  dinner. Grape-Nuts has a particular delight fa*  the appetite   Sold by grocers.  Grape-Nuts���������-the Body Builder  '    "Thcrc*s ii Reason"  Swoet and -palatable. Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator is acceptable to  children, and it docs its work surely  and promptly.  WELL SATISFIED WITH  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  once a moi/iier ucis iiss������. Aja-u'y s v*. n  Tablets'for her little ones she. will use  nothing else. .Experience teaches-her  that the Tablets are the very best  medicine she can give her baby. They  are a gentle laxative; mild but thorough in action and never fail to ban-  .ish constipation, colic, colds qy" any  other of the many minor ailments of  childhood.Y Concerning them Mrs. J.  Bte. Charest, St. Leon, Que., writes:���������  "My baby cried "continually and nothing seemed to help her. till I began  using Baby's' Own Tablets. These  Tablets soon sot her right and now I  would' not be without them." The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockviiie,  Ont. . ^  America's Pioneer  Doe Remedies  BOOK ON  DOG   DlSSASES  and How to Feed  Mailed    Free*  ,to - any  Address  by the  Author  H.   CLAY   GLOVER  CO.,   INC.,  118    West   31st-street,  New York,- U.S.A.  Cook's Cottoa Root ���������o2fipouf&  A safe, reliable ventilating  medicine. Bold in three d������*  -gtejes of strength.���������-No. 1. $lj  No. 2, S3; No. 8, $5 per box.  Sold by nil druggists, or senft  prepaid oa reccipi of pica.'  j!..* ptatsp-i~~, , Address g '  THE GOOK MED3C1KE COi  T0E01TO, OUT. tfewlr V~~Un.~  -  i      '     '=������  ASPIRIN  1 Y.~  "Bayer" is only Genuine  Irrigation Agriculture  Courses Will Be Held in Alberta This  Winter. *  Courses in irrigation agriculture to  farmers and farmers' sons aro'to', he  given in various parts of Southern Alberta during the. coming winter. Each  courso will last about a week and lectures by some of the leading Irrigation  oxpects in tho country will, be a feature  of. them. The Provincial-Department  of Agricultures is responsible, for these  courses, which are expected to prove  very7 popular among tho laj'ga number  of farmers in Southern Alberta interested in irrigation.  for  at  Tho first hydro-electric plant  commercial purposes was built  Frankfort-on-tke-Maih in 1894.  ' .   > . ���������* ���������'     ' ���������������������������.'������������������ ' ' ^  The use of'filler's Wornr Powders  insures healthy children so far as the  ailments attributable-to worms are  concerned. A* high mortality among  children is traceablo to worms. These  sap tho strength of infants so that  they are Unable to maintain the battle  for life and succumb to weakness.  This preparation gives promise of  health and helps it. ������  Now York, has a law prdhibltiug  tho employment pi a child under 1*4  yoai's of age,  Minard's Liniment used by Physicians  There may bo 6tbier corn removers,  but you, will not bo completely satisfied until you havo used Holloway's  Corn riomovor.s  Warningl It's criminal to take a  chance on any substitute for genuine  "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," prescribed by physicians for twenty-one years  and proved safe by "millions-. Unless  you sec the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not getting  Aspirin at all. In every Bayer package are directions for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for  Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve  tablets cost few cents. Druggista  also sell larger packages. Made In  Canada. Aspirin is the trade mark  (registered in Canada), of Eaycf  Manufacture of Monoaceticacidestet  of SalicyHcacid.  Not To Be Caught.  Brown was a tosty fellow, and if  thoro was ono thing moro than another that ho hated it was'to bo  ctfught. ' As a consoauonco, *ho was  very suspicious ofany dood or word  tho moaning ot which ho could, rio't  understand. Oncio when lie vlsitod a  monagerlo he lmd an IntcrestlnE chat  with ono of tho Hoopers, and as ho  was about to loavo tljo man asked:  "By tho way, sir, havo you. soon our  black-faced antelope?" . ,  "Ah," thoucbt Brown, "he** trying  to male������ a fool ot ^*������ "No," h.*. replied stiffly, 'May I ask with whom  your black-facod aunt eloped?"  The city of Mollo, Germany, has  printed papor money which boars  scenbB of potato harvesting on ono  side.  Keep Mlnttrd't Liniment In the house  Have it always  in the house  TXnSE mothers keep a jar or  T * o tube of " Vaseline" Wlilto  Petroleum Jelly !a the house for  many 'childish ills, such as bumps,  bruises, chafed skin, cradle cap.  It is soothing, healing and (jnrtc-  ful to the moat irritated akin.  Be prepared for winter colds,  too. "Vaseline" Capsicum Jelly  rubbed on the chest, and "Vase-.  ..iina" EucalyptoJ Jelly snuffed  into the nostrils will check thcra  quickly.  cnrsEMuucn uro. comfany  (CoaM*U<t������t������4}  llld Chnbot At*., Montreal. V.Q.  Vaseline*  Trade Marin  White  .flTROUUHfJeUitf  V  !i 53������fs  " Lit''"'"  WM  iUJM*4WUWS|lljWWli**V*wMi*  ������<WMKwra!sMB������^ww������w���������������������������wi������������w>������l������W"W"S"������JeeeBiw������������������e������������(������B^  ^Si-S^s^**!  iiillPSSiiil^li^BS^l^i  ^..w^^w^-iips**^^  zmm  WZ?ZZ3zMZ-  s  c  jawo-ax"*; a   Bjd ������ mxn t*r  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $8.00 to U.S. points.  Q. P. Hates, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON,   B.C., FRIDAY, OCT. 14  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  RepUes in Rhyme  Dense as an African jungle, -  Dark.ms the ocean's floor,  Don't want light.  Don't want right���������  Eudor's witch adore.  T. M. EDMONDSON.  Sea Creston s  1921 Exhibition  [Continued from Pa������e 1.  of high ability reside at Wynndel,  by wiii ning firsts  in curran t cake  n'.mL.   -imrtA   -\m ��������� rxl-r.    . I mxrx~X Z ���������rxV-,  aiiu svecu . ������**jr*oi.' V/������*������*.c icopcte.i������p������j.  In nine sections of canned goods,  including pickles, Mrs Payne was  right to the fore with three firsts  and two seconds, while Mrs. Maxwell agreeably surprised all by displaying a matter of 125 likeiy looking dishes  made from apples and  ..I *��������� * * .1 A���������i -. Ixx  -tuiiS  wiuiJIijg    ~t.~&  wOIiSSrVo     QOtiie  cooking machine  offered as a- special prize.  J. W. Head put Lister on the  map as a honey producing centre  by winning first for extracted honey. Mr. Asher, the local camera  artist, had a display of photo  graphs of the Valley that got the. attention of-every passerby, while the  Indian beadwork of Mra Skinny of  the local reserve was paid much attention by all the lady visitors.  In addition to a long list of races  designed to entertain   the juvenile  fair visitors,   Creston   and   Kaslo  hooked up in a thrilling eight inning baseball match which was won  by Creston in the final frames svhen  they overcame Kaslo's one-run lead  aud won   the   encounter   9   to   8.  Both the   afternoon   and   evening  show of pictures at^the Grand;were  largely      patronized���������the     iiight  crowd breaking all records.      The  opening dance  at the Grand dance  hall saw an attendance of just over  100  couples, .with   the floor space  not at all crowded even at that. '  The'feature of the footracing was  the 100 yards dash which was captured by A. Spencer in a close������,Sn-  ish with E. Taylor. Fred Christie  won the boys' pony race, with  Karty Smith second. Th'e Indian  pony race went, to Hary JSdwards,  with Andrew Alec second.  The gate intake showed a total  attendance of at least 800, and  when the financial statement is submitted it can be safely said, this  year's fair will show a surplus considerably in excess of any of its  three predecessors.  Thanks to careful planning  ahead of time the fair went off  without a hitch anywhere, and  while praise is due officers and directors alike, special mention is due  Secretary Walmsley. Not only  had he the -bonk recording work in  connection with the show dor e early and correctly but in the supervising of the innumerable,details  around the groussds and buildings  on fair days he had the' whole work  at his finger tips and his all round  ability certainly helped materially  in putting the fair over so satisfactorily.  daughter .of ,-Mr. and Mrs. Charles  f^untep. of Princeton, was united ia  the holy bonds of Wedlock to Mr. Clar-  |"ce A. Pea^ey^son of Mr. and Mrs.  W. A. Peasa,, ofOlovei-daie. Vancouv  er. Mr. and Bfe si ,D. S. Atkinson acted as groonscnan and bridesmaid. On-  lyainmediate friends .were present at  the cereiuony. '-" *?r  Afterwards eighteen invited guests  partook of a_. sumptuous wedding  | breakfast at the home of thp bride's  parents. Many.beautiful and useful  parents testifiied to the high esteem  UV which the contracting parties are  h������������ld by.thewsjsr.yfi-iendsjn Princeton.  Mr; Pease, bas been engaged ,as engineer at the mine - for the Tags' seven  years with the 'exception- of the time  he spent overseas s in* the service of his  .country:- The btide haw been a resident here for about. three years, both  are popular members of the young set  in town. Z K '" -/ ,  The'happy couple left amid showers  of rice and confetti., pn the afternoon  train on a honeymoon trip which will  take them.to Vancouver and other  Coast cities. On their return they  will take up their retiidrnce in their  home in Princeton.  . 'A ���������uiild type of' tonbsoliCts -is quite  preyalerit-at Cranbrook at present. . ���������*  ��������� -i*.**     t: , .  The three-daj^froit fair at Trail last  month had over- 2600 paid adiuu-sioup.  1025 of the.se were on theopening day."  -, ''"**.      "���������  Angus-Hay 'of .Kamloops has  just  been appointed agricultural representative  for' Bust   Kootenay,   and   will'  make headquarters at Cranbrook.  .<     _    - i'   j  Grand.-Forks marketed five cars of  ^its. .crop  of-prunes' at   Minneapolis.  Minn., this year. '   Two'cars.bf applet.  haye gone to New York >md ftcas't-i  London, England. -      ���������-,-.. ,-  A September Wedding  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Tuesday, the 8th day of November, 1921, at the hour cj 10  a.m., at the Courthouse, Nelson, B.C., 1 shall offer for sale at public auction the mineral claims in the-list,  hereinafter set^outi of the persons in the*list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes Unpaid by.said persons  oh the 30th day wf June, 1921, and for costs and expenses, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.  The Collector will be pleased to receive any information respecting the following list where the owner  was a member of the Allied Forces and entitled tc; the benefits of Section 228A of the Taxation Act.  '.'.'-.      LIST ABOVE MENTIONED '   :"  Residents of Creston will read with  interest the report of the marriage of  Clarence Pease and Miss Hunter of  Princeton, which we clip from the  Princeton Star. Up till the time of  his leaving here the.groom swas an  equally popular member of the Creston  younger set. and heartiest congratulations are extended on his advent to  the ranks of the benedicts. Says the  SLar:  * At high noon on Thursday Septem I  ��������� mm.. -E .- ������2        i_V 1  l tit s.  ��������� A.XAV,,.  ...     i^-r.n'rxrx rxS        X U .x  -K-.C.,XXKrtl\^K. VA0 UUr  officiating clergyman,   Rey. R.  Her'*-I  ison.  Mi*s Isabel S. B. Hunter.  i>nly 1  Rich in Butterfat, and from  Tuberouiin-fesfed Cows  CREAM FOR SALE  xp    rat all. times  7 Quarts or 14- Pints for ������1.00.  MOUNTAIN VIEW .RANtH  WALTER V. JACKSON  Penman's fioskry  When you think of Hosiery for fall and  winter you wilt, 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  awl Black $ .75  Cashmere Sox 75c and TOO  Women's Black Cashmere Hose 1.00 and .1.25  Women's Heather Hose 1.00 and 1.50  Boys' Peter Pan for hard wear 00 to    .75  Boys' and Girls;'all wool, sizes 7, 7 J, 8.....    .85  Boys'and Girls,       '"      '"    8������, 9, ������4,10 1.00  Boys' and Girta, all wool, size 11 :  1.20  WE ARE AGENTS FOR  Jaeger All Wool Goods in Hosiery  Underwear, Sweaters, &c.  Ask for illustrated catalogue  of prices.  Grooinn UorpantHo ftainnaiiv  Bydlllil iflieiiiiCEliSSiy UUiil|J6IB|  LIMITED  Name of Owner  Name of Claim  Lot No.   faxes    Costs     Total  York & Lancaster Syndicate Ltd Alice .". Z. Z. ;    4104     $49.60  "pS������o*������|r  ^1'ti n/.nnil 0   ���������*=*������������������*   Wood, R. G , Armstrong *.  Ark- Mines Co. .-. _ Ark      Wall, Thos.  .'....ti. Assurance ..  "Wood, R. G Bank     9A<71  ���������....������������������,.���������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������-������������������-���������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������������*���������        \m~v~- m ~m  ......:..: .-.    5483   v Z     34 49      -7237      5487  Wood, R. G.  Black Night       5486  Miller,  R. ��������� Black Hawk No. 2  :    2941  Kootenay Consolidated Mines Ltd Blue Quartz  : ���������?.    7073  Wall, Thos. ."..". Celebration    ������������������      7223  McDonald, J..-A. et ai  Chapin    - 2862  Shatford, B. A Climax  :........     712?  Bowser,  Frank 5 Coliseum   _ i...   ...V..'."A     2072  Field, Luzetta et al  Corinthian    : :ZZZ. ���������     2090 "  Devlin, G. R. .^..Columbia   .: ,.  . 8870  Eitel, G. G Dixie .Y r.:... 10264  Kootenay Consolidated Mines Ltd Drummer    4223  Scott, Jas. D Eclipse   ... -. ...7. ....,-....,   3674  Wall, Thos .-. f.A......Bcho    .*. t;J...���������.:>.   7232  Devlin, G. R. ..W. .....:..r. Edward D :..;..>>' 8872  ���������:;-";r"-sT'~"  : 2081 -  2085  x.iziikZ  f 290"3'  5146'  The Stirling Trust Corporation  :...*.Elk  ,. ....  Bowser, Frank .-. , ....Excelsior .'....   Wall, Thos .(&.' .7. .....Experiment    .���������.���������  Thompson, P. *$feM9t- al ...il.:.,-i.j.:.v.i':..:.���������Fairview s s-.ft.,.................^:^....-....  Hutchinson, R. A. et al :.v..:.....Flying Dutchman ....'...������.............:.t.:".>:   Gibson, J. A. .....l~. ;. Free -Coinage .-. .-.: :Z... 1 *, S58S  Folinsbee, John .:' : Free  Gold :..p..Z.Z:.... 4309  Thompson, P. N* et al  Free Silver I , ' 2902 1  McDonald,' John D. ~.......Z. ^...Freemont .> ,-.*...-,���������- 382S  Shallenberger, H.- H _ .....Glasgow   ^  v.  65SS  Shallenberger, H. H Glasgow No. 1 Frac .,.  6611 ���������  Kirk, G. A Golden Eagle  P.  4215*  Shallenberger, HYHy -. Golden Rod  ���������.'. ;.... * 6605  Shallenberger, K. K P..... Golden Fleece   '  6607  Baskin & Stedmah Greenwood Frac ;...,....."...... 4787  Basking & Stedman .  ;..Greenwood  -  4788  Campbell, Lome $. Humboldt  : :  3929  Shallenberger, H.?H Hastings  6598  Scott, J. D '. Imperial Frac  .x..... _ ._. 3283  Hutchinson, H. A, et HI Independence -. .-.  5148  Ark Mines Co. ....: '. Tnterprise  3450  Shallenberger, H.' K   Shallenberger, H. H .*. International No. 1  Baskin & Stedman Jack Pot Frac   Baskin, Max H. ...J*.:.......,. Josie   a.   Latulippe, E ..kP...*-.,...... .....Joint Frac.   Roy, H. Forln, J. A., McDonald, J. A...Jumbo  . XAA~%i%-+ m*\i*\.*-*-'mM+mm       ..���������.���������������..,,.������������������..���������..ammm00m.ma0m0.0mm ������������������>.>������������������������������������*��������� VvvV .  6610  4789  3925  8821  4375  Shallenberger, H. H.  Eitel, Geo. G ;....,......,  Lindsay, Gordon C. .......  Ramsay, E. .i.Z.   Bennett, T., Murphy M.  Crowthers, John W. ������"  . Lake View ...;.... .,ZZ......   6602  ���������P..  ...........  ...Last Dollar Frac.  ...Long TOm,   ,..,Lulu ....U...L... :...  ...Lucky George .,   ...Lucky Girl  .:.,  Mulligan, thos.; EJlliott, John ^.............Majestic  Hutchinson, R. A. ������t al.. ......Mars   Shallenberger, H. H. . , .......Medoc :..   Stirling Trust Corporation  .............Monarch ..........  Bowser, Frank Z...Z. ...........New Victor ....  Devlin, G. R ..:.;.... Navada    Pool, W. B. et al L... .....................Nugget Frac.  Campbell, Lome A.Y. Onix   Eitel, Geo. G. ,..;...:. Ore Hill   Eitel, Geo, G ZZZ.......;....'.. Ore Hill No. 3  Glgot, Rosina ..,....:.......;.. .Peggy    Hutchinson, R. A. et al .\ ..* Phoebus  ������������������" .r................  10269  386  247  9345  9190  402  5149  6608  2082  2083  8869  10406  3926  2078  10265  9855  5147  Hutchinson, R. A. et al .: Pilot Knob ...:. ;....... ......;,.,   5146  Shallenberger, H.H. .Pioneer No. 1 Frac  ......*.    6608 \  Shallenberger, H. H;".........:.... Pioneer ; ;............,   6601   .  Shatford, B. A. Polar Star ,   7129  Shatford, B. A. '..Z..':..,..:...t....Jz....Z..........Polar ..........7128  Golden Reef M. & M. Co. : Rainy Day  .........f.........  -3978 ..  Golden Reef M. & JU. Co. .....Rainy Day No, 2 ....:..  ,3979  Baskin & Stedman .'......; Red Point .............;.....;..........   4791  Shallenberger, H. it. ........;.,._ .'..........Renfrew ....;;,...   6604  Shallenberger, H. H. ...,f... Renfrew No. 1 r.    6609  Thompson, P. N. Royal  ...,;..<  ,5822* <  Bowser, Frank ' .Z.������������������.:. Royal ���������    2084  Kootonay Consolidated Mines, Ltd. ....Rover v.  7079  Thompson, P. N .^............ Ruby ,..v  2904  Field, LuBQtta, ot al R and L ...l ...........,....:.. .....2080  Shallenberger, H. H. .Salmo No. 1- Frac. .C..........,..>..................   6612  Shallenbergor, H. H. Salmo   ,    6600  French, T. R Shenango   ;....   4786  .Sturgeon, Mary Anri ..............Snow Slide    26lTd  Campbell, Joseph Skookum   : ;*...   9360  Latullppo, E ).,.,. St. Eugene Frao    8820.;  Eitel, Geo. G Standard v...  10267  Wright, H.j White, B. Tamatao : ...? 3802  Kirk, 0. A i Tlgor    2010  French, T. R .y/.���������...:f..........V. .Venango '��������� ;...........   4757  Baskin A Stedman y.'r....,...........J..,...:......Vernamo  .......i....    47&0.  UxtcUy Boy O. M. Co. ..:������������������ ................Waffer    2468  PVilInabee, J ..-.���������......;...*. .....'.Waverly :     1308  Ark Mine*** Co. ,...,,��������� -,.,., Wooloomoftloo,............*...... ;...���������.....;���������.-...���������    897  22.50    -  isioo  9.25  13.00  4.50  2.75  13.00 ,  13.00'  . ~. 4V4.  XO.*-*.  11.75  13.00  12.00  11.50  13.00  11.50  13.00  8.25  11.00   -  6.00  13.00  13.00  9*5 1 -  ~9.75 Y  .11.00  , 9.25  : .^-7.-00 -,  '8.75   ~  9.75 .  < '   3.25.  5.25  6.00  -     6.00  *'     5.25.  8.75  13.00  13.00  12.75  ,      7.00  .950  3.00N  9.25  8.00  7.25.  13.00  10.26  10.25  .25  12.25  Y4.76  .4.25  13.00  5.25  12.25  12.50  ,7.00  10.00  7.50  .76  6.00  13.00  5;so  11.25  7.50  18.25  2.25  18.00.  13.00  11.50  8.50  11.7IS  Z'tiM'  * 13.00V  10.25  la.oo  8.25  9.50  7.25  11.50  4.00  18.00  8.60  13.00  9.00  4.00;  IL75  13.00  10.50  12.00.  7.00  18.00  13.00  13.00  $3.75  3.75  %3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75.  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75*  3.75  --3.75  3.75 ;  a.75"  3.75.  3.75  3.75  3.76-  3.75  ������ *7*S  *a. ev  3.75  .3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  -3.75  3.75  3.75  ^.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.76  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75.  ���������3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.76  3.76  3.75  3.75  3.75  3,75  3.75  3,76  3.75  3.76  3.75  8.75  3.75  3.76  8.75  Y3.76  3.76  3.75  3.76  3.75  ��������� 8.75  3.76  3.75  3.75  $53.25  -m-^At.mmtt.'  16.75  13.00  16.75  8.25.  6.50  16.75  16.75  16.75  15.50  xa.ev  15.75  16.25  16.75  15.25  .16.76  12.00  14.75  -9.75  ,   46.75-  16.75 _  .   13.U5:!-  -   is-sro^  13.50  ',   .14.75  * 13.00  10.75  12.50  13.50  7.00  9.00  9.75  8.75  9.00  12.50  16.75  16.76  16.50  .-  .10.75  .    13.25  6.75  13.00  11.75  11.00  16.75  14.00.  14.00  4.00  16.00  8.60  .    8.00 ,  16.76  9.00  16.00  16.26  10.75  13.76  ;     11.25  .   4.60  9.76,>  16.75 '  Y   0.25  . 15.00  11.26  16,00  ���������..; 6.00  16.76  16.75  15.25  12.25  15.60  13.50  16.75.  14.00  16.76  12.00  13.26  11.00  15.25  *7.75  16.7B-  12.26  -   16.75  12.76  7.76  15.50  16.75  '      14.25  *y 16.75  '    10.75  16.76  10.76  16.76  Dated at Nelson, B. Cfthla Seventh day of October, 1921.  3. CXRTMEL,  Provincial Collector.  x  -".������.������  S  *4tif4iimtsmtmimmmmV-av������400vma4mi4*m m^^S-SS^S^S^SS^^^^SS^SSS^^SSSSS^^^SSSSm^mwm^^^S^^^SS^S  s  <-t *  Wv'  THE CB������S?6& BEVIEW  arm  Men's Half Soles, $125  Women'sHalf Soles, $1.00  ���������Y " *     **���������   *       <  Guaranteed for 6 months*  Prke V/itmers at  :   Ciresiori Fali Fair  ' '    - [Continued from Page-1  Gactwrigbs, Saddle, pony, boys and  srirte, Bert QuisV Marguerite Benney.  General purpose teani^oyer 1400, Geo.  Johnson Cup. Geo Bood, J P Cook. *  Shoemaker  is there anv  ���������       ��������� ~~mr  in. the  House?  Thiers the first aues-  ' tion that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  *������������%  9rx*v. r.    m......��������� ���������~ *~  au Xvx  ma  aatvotm  Bui)  worry?- .  Shamrock Brand  ��������� ������*:      - ^    ��������� _ Jt' t~tl_~  maim ana srwon  Finest Omtdity  Cooked Ha~n  -mttmck Meat  Bologna, &c  are always to he had  here. In aaeate nothSaff  quite equate 'Shamrock*  products  cri%Wmm\ia   Z-';   '    ���������   C"**1*      ;'  v-*wi(y*V'i-vi- Oow. graae, dairy, Jaroes Maxwell.  Cow.- Jersey, W H Crawford 1st and  2nd. Heifer, Jersey, under 2 years. W  H Crawford. PR Truscott. Heifer,  ifrade, under 2 years, P & Truseo^t, 3  W Paul. Calf, purebred, school ehil  dren's competition, Albert Shdrwocid,  Owen-Webster. Best beef animal in  show. Stockbreeders* Association Cup,  J H Webster. Best dairy cow in show,  Bank of Commerce cup, W H Crawford. ' ~*  Sheep '-  Fen of 3 ewes with lamb. Mrs. Na-  thorsts ^V^nudeL *  Rabbits     --  Belgian hare, Mrs. Nathorst; Phyllis  Hamilton.  Poultry  Barred KtM-ks���������Cockerel, Mrs C .O  Bodges s Ist^ad 2nd. - Pullet, ������Sir������ C O  Rodgers 1st and 2nd. *  ^Svhft.'e ^y*p*ag>dottSH - ���������Oat?***"*** ^* ���������*-1  Ebbutt 2nd.'Pullet, MrsO O^Rodgers'.  Rhode Island Keds���������Cock, Mrs W V  Jackson 1st and 2nd.* . Hen,-Mrs W V  Juekson 1st and 2nd. Cockerel, DeW  Harrison, Mrs w V Jackson. ' Pullet,  M"s *w V Jauksou 1st and 2nd.  Orpingtons���������Cock, Mrs K Kleist.  Hen. Mrs Kleist 1st and 2nd. Cockerel  Mrs E N Holmes. Pullet, Maud Bntt������  erill. * ������  White^ Leghorns, Rose or Single  Comb���������Cockerel, PJ Harblnson,Crat <~  brook; Mra E Mallandaine. Pullet, P  J Harbinson 1st and 2nd.  S������inorcas���������Circk. A wallach. Nelson.-  Hen. A Wallach 1st and 2nd. Cockerel.  A wallach. Pullet A wallach 1st and  2nd.  Holmes. Knitted sweater with sleeves,  Mrs FredMLewi8, Mrs J w Hamilton.  Collection bonie" mending, Mrs w A  Slates-,-Mrs w V Jfacfcson. Piece em*  biQidery, Miss Alice Cferr. Eyelet eni-  broldery tea eosy/Ms-s-XsSslie Mclnnes.  Shadow emhrotttesx tea jposy. BSrs C  B Garland.. Brawn yfoik centrepiece,  Miss 8 -PuddiSn. -Hairpin lace. Mrs  El w Paynes-Collection tatting. Miss  Lillian Cbernngtoa." Piece crochet,  any Either kind, Mrs W S watson, Mrs"  w A.Slaters   Z    -���������  X -r r- ,    * Vf-  Xt     s T -r J *���������  ���������2~~&king  ., Pan of bans, Mrs-Nathorst, Mrs  Jas Maxwell/ , Devil food cake, Mrs  Geo Johnson. '-Mrs." John E Hayden.  Rolled oats drop cakes, Mrs S A  Speers. * Cookies," Mrs w V Jackson,  Mrs Carl wigen., Gingersnaps, Mrs  Nathorst, Mrs John Eastwood. Fruit  tart pie*, Mas".Jas Stocks, Mrs Geo  Cartwright. Apple pie, Mrs Geo Cartwright, Mrs K. Kleist.. Nut loaf. Mrs  Jas Stocks, Mrs E Payne. - Lemon pi������\  Mrsfi Payne,"Mrs XYLeyeqne. Cun*  ant cake, Mrs S ������������ob$H~ Wynndel; Mrs  Nathorst. Layer. cake"iced, Mn. Carl  wigen, Mrs Kleist. Fruit cake. Mrs  W Morrow, Mrs S W Payne. Doughnuts). Mrs S A Speers, Mrs Jas Stocks.  Pie. any kind, Mrs John Eastwood;  Mrs S Moon.., Pumpkin pie. Mrs A  Comfort, -Mrs G Cartwright. Ginger  -bread; Mra E Mallandaine, Mrs E I'I  Holmes. Brown bread, Mrs Ja������  Stocks. Mrs Gw������ Cartwright^. Cake  %esd 'ssasj of bfscfsit-Ss Mrs Jjis- St������*ckse  Mrs F H Jackson. - Bread, Our Best  flour snecial. Miss-Uly Marshall. Mrs  K Kleist. ' Bread, Robin Hood flour  special, Mrs John Andjosow. Bread,  Fiv^Roses flour special, Mrs. K Kleist,  Mrs E Payne. " Bread, Purity flour  special, MrsJas Stocks, Mrs J B Hay-  jdisa.  ;   Dozen white eggs,  G Ebbuttf  Dozen bs-owu eggs,  Mrs w V Jackson,\  Harry Smith.  P  Mrs'J t? wood.  Between 1911 and 1921 the popala  tion of Vernon inci-eased by 968.  408 hunting licenses have been- issued  at Fernie up till October 1st.  Five New Denver young people are  attending university tnis yea*. Three-  of these are at McGiH, Montreal.  Native-sulphur in payini  has been located'in the *  district.' *  quantities  i"ort  Steele  " According to the Hearld Penticton  growers last y^ar netted fi-ou������^!.^to  iflxGbjsev box for their apples. Thi-*  season they expect .the return will be  .XV4AAJ4   tmm.. '   ' Vj.^0 *^A^.v0^m  Honey  Best 6 jars extracted honey.  Head, Listei? Mr-** P'H Jackson.  JW  Canned Goods  3-quart jars canned fruit, assorted.  Mis E Mallandaine, Mrs E Payne. P  'd quart jars jam, assorted,: w P  Stark, Mrs E Payne:  -    - - -- -        !<>*!.,.  M m xvm.  Collection  Sim ������X.~-*m.m-  -4     ~.r  9  Ifispsfe if  ���������   ������S       'S   ^-0-xmm-t Jmrm m. ^0.M.~.  ftrot-clasa  land  second-claaa to  LraSwsaSto $bSb������  fS.B������Mi acre.  9^s������������iBpUon  now  eonnn������6  tip.  T^fwa ian-as only.  Broofffla[irtH ha granted covering only  ���������mSSm, Smiimhsm fear asriesuiiorai purpoew"  mSmmusB-, ������S nOu'tiuwof InuS." !*"*.*J  Fartn^bin preremptloiw aboltsh������4.  am. parties or not more .than four may  ���������Sss^fS-i*08*-- *fiS*cont pre>emptlone  With Joint residence; but eaob nutktnB"  aeecssakr faapzovoments on, respocUv*  -cm, una.- v**.  Fra������������mpt(aa must oceupy ft'Tlrw for  ���������nw.   bww������ racolvlng Crown'Grant.17  * J!^?* P������*������nptor In occupation wm  }~~^.-a>Mi 8. ������������������������������*��������������� an������ tax* made pro-  nortlonAte taiprov-saaes^o *><> mow w*,,  ���������cause or Ill-health, or other causa,"5������  granted Intermediate cartlflcate of Improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent reef-  ^fUf* 13������v ?��������� >"������u������d. provided appll-  ���������cant makeB improvements to extent <tf  7??������ pelMMn ������������������* ���������'���������cords aame eaob  jrear.. Failure to make lmprovemento  or record same win operate aa for*  ffli^V Tit,e ������*n������ot^6e obtained to  .lens than 5 vea.rK- t*nA imeieMv������������������,ia  ���������of flO.OO per acre; Ineludlng s"acree  ^*eSI^ Si ������tiW*aa\ and rftsldence  ���������of at least C years are required. *  may record Another pre-emption, if he  Teouirw land In colfiuiictkR wBb bto  xwrm. withwut actuaT occupation, provided  statutory  Improvementu  made  SSLEPGHP mauSaine^n <*������%  4r*������mted land.  j������S2fu������S[.*lfrfSf'J2ot ������������������^������n������ ������a  S^7<*^IXe.  Umber land not exeeedinx  40 aerm  ponnant of stumpaaw,  ~y JKUBtlns roads may be purohofi&s  ���������wndttlonnTupon ooti^otlon ofaroad  to them.   XteUte of one-hatf of oaata.  }(J# ^ ^Jvxx.%ixrV*xs~. xrm.    xitmtatavcvM    gwiuoi   am jvhxa.  Lcshcrn, sxiy vszi&i������������������H**"***-   * Ttfret'<*-  ^l* ������ P*yne.* M**s Geo Cartwrieht.  ?k . .Cockerel. A Nickel,   "pidiet, A | ..?...������I������,M* ..*���������������*. ������J������ned   w.9������el*5leSi  igmWml Lands For Sale  The subdivided' lands . situate in tbe  vicinity of Oreston, B.C., the property of the  Land Settlement Board, being part of Lot 812,  Kootenay District-, are now, offered for sale.  ' IVmVM 0i  fox* v 04 ****-*&  sale, and ail other information may be obtain  ed  ob application to the Supervisor, Land  Settlement Board, Camp Lister, B.C., or to  LAND SETTLEMENT BOARD  ^ Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B.C.  B. D. DAVIES,  ���������  Director. Land Settlement Board.  Jackson  s.  QUANT*  pRK.cMi������Toiir   rn-RK  ,., AOT.  iZ^i *M>J?*i.or thl������ ^ot 1������ enlarged to-  as,ttw^%fr,3^^,^^2K  ef  for  titie  such peraon, aa formerly, until one  ���������SStctt??.-- ������*rtir,,������������* ��������������� ��������������������������� made^,.  TSr������3S*������ifw3p  a������-  ���������������, tn., on aocoant of nivmmit-), J,  ^"J^WJ^lm^mptionfc  or iSTee         t^-^^ifi* ifftV^r** toYpuwbaie  iSn&^Bw^^ii^l^ m������miM������Srof  ^U������.^OPIOH^������^or CROWN  Provlalott   made   fer   Uwuanoe  purehaii������  a-J1aa-\-~~f^-W^i^  Ailment of eondltlotia of pdrohw. inter^ and taxaa.  Wh������re ���������ub-purcVji*-  y-yflHIAIflNO... .*.,..,/'  Annual grMlng permlu |Wu������d bwjM  lunn-Mi    own***.      Stock-own*!-*   nut  JNlCBeL  .. A.O-V,���������Cockerel, H H Currie*. Nelson.   Pullet. H H Currie.  Bi-eedipg pen. F J Harbinson, Leg-  hornsv A Wallach, Minorcas.  Utility pen. Coi. Lister, Cup. W 8  McAlpine. w J Richards.  Best male   bird  in show.  Clip���������F J Uarttiuson, leghorn.  Drake, J P Cook Mrs Nathorst.  Gander. A Comfort.  C-roose. A Comfort. -  Guinea fowl; w S McAlpine.  Bantams. Roy Jackson.  'Roots aim'Vegetables \'"  Potatoes, .JasJilaxwell J H Webster.  Tooiatoe, crate. G Cartwright 1st and.  2nd." Cabbage. It Littlejohn. J Andro.  sow.. Collection Yof" veRetableB���������E,,  Simmons,-1* Littlejohn. G Cartwright.  Ttstns|f3, J Andrtisow. ^arrtits. Mrs  C Kelsey, L Ottiejohn. jrai-snip**, Jas  Maxwell, L Littlejohn. Beets, table.  L Littlejohn, G Cartwright. Corn,  eai-8* L Littlfiohn 1st and 2nd. Qu-  ciinibere. L Littlejohn 1st and 2nd.  Tomatoes, plate Mrs Carl Wigen, Mi-h  G Cartwright. Pumpkin. Geo Cartwright 1st and 2nd. Oition, LLev  eque. L Littlejohn. Onions, J H Webster. Ii Littlejohn. Onions, pickling,  L Littlejohn' 1st and 2nd. Muskimion  L Littlejohn, Mis C Kelsey. Water-  :*nc!:sr:. L L'ttlejo!**!!, L Ls',''*������q������������e. C'-tr*  rots while, L Littlejohn 1st'and 2nd.  Mangolds, Carl wigen'1-st and 2nd.  Juvenile Dept.  Machine uiade underskirt. Margorie  Hauiilti>n.  Patcbwl hole in cotton. Lizstie Lewis  Buttonholes in cott*on,Pbyllin Hhih  ilt-on, Marion Morrow.  Btittoiiholes on woollen gonrtp, l^ou-  ise Bevan.  ^Lemon pie, Louise Bevan, Eya Holmes. ���������*  Pie, any,other kind, Phyllis Hamilton,  Nut. loaf, Louise Bevan, Eva Holmes  Light cake, ii-ed. Annie Smith, Evelyn Bevan. ;,  Drawing pair of shoes.' Phyllis Ham  ilton, Marlon Mon-nw.  Hand writing, over 12 yeiir*, Arthur  Stark, Eilith Couling.  Hand writing, under 12, James  Cherringttm, Chailio Cotterill.  Plants and Flower*  Fern, Mrs Jas Stocks.  Ornamental home plant, F waylett,  Mrs Leslie Mclnnes.  Dahlias, Mrs Jas Stocks, Mrs ft A  S'peera.  Sweet pt*an.-Mra w V Juekson. Mrs  Jl S Smith.  Roses,'A Mack ip, Boswell.,  Asters. Mrs G Cartwrlghl, Mrw US  Smith* v  .Collection house plants, F Waylett.  BOonet, any other kind, Mrs R S  Smith, Mrs Geo Cartwright*  Needlework  Tatting. Minn L Oherrington, Mrs w  V Jackson. Buttonholes on cotton;  Mn������ w V Jackson, Mrs w A Slater,  RobhIiduI. Handknit socks, Mrs Jas  Maxwell 1st and 2nd. - Handknit  mitts, Mrs Jas Maxwell.. Handknit  gloves, Mrs Ja-* Maxwell, Darning on  sock. Mrs wV Jackson. Towel, filet  crochet. Mrs w A Slater, Rossland;  Mrs I E Hayden; Corsot cover yoke.  Mrs J E Hayden, Mrs Geo Cartwright.  Ctoohet trimmed niglUduws- Mi-m Geo  Cartwright. Collection cwichet tvoi-k,  Mm. Leslie Mclnnes. Mis, w a wat-  w������n. Weced ������nd quilted qiilltY Mr������.  ,Tw������ Stocks.' Hnnknd mat, Mrs J A P  ���������Ovomptoh. Brardetl nUU, Mr������ J'E  Hayden. Pillow cases with orochet,  Mrs. Oet*. Cartwright, Mm W A Slater. Sofa oiiHhton, made up, Mr* Geo.  C4i-f*rrlRht, Mw K Kleist. Crochet  ���������uleeveltM-m tiueater In wool," HA\m Pjt\n������t  j~M.t-a    a  jr ny nC|  okhii eicu,  Jackson.  Collection canued meats, Mrs Jas  Maxwell.  3 glasses jelly, Mrs E Mallandaine,  Mrs Jas Stocks?  3 bottles dickies, Mrs E Payne. Mrs  Jas Maxwell.  '*  3 bottleN ketchup, Mrs S A Speers,  Mrs Geo Cartwiight,  Most dishes made from apples, Mi-s.  Jas Maxwell (125)    .  Butter   '  Two-l pound prints of butter, MmR.  S Smith, Mrs Jas Maxwell. :.-  o-pt������und roll of butter, Mrs Jas Max-  tarn  mmm  i  well. Mrs T E Goodwin.  r  FORD PRICES A8AJH REDUCED  ford Touring Car  ffllflti f n h  aavaw  'As up to date as any car.  * y  No better Lighting and  Starting System made,  af  Call and see the latest  Creston Auto* Supply  R. S. BEVAN, Pre*.  hen You Remit Money  ' *    ~-  For remitting money anywhere, Bank Drafts and  Hoaey Orders are without equaS for safety and convenience. If you wish to send money abroad, buy a  Uraft from the Imperial Bank of Canada. For sums  up to. fifty doflars Imperial Bank Money Orders are  ti&e in^t; convenient and economical,  *.-. - j*---*.  - r^ *.    xr.-x^  IMPERIAL   BANK  ��������� -c  -JMNHBMHBB  CHESTON BRANCH,  ,UwMa������  FAR ME RS  MAKE your banker your financial  adviser. Let hind help you to  shape your affairs so that he will !>���������  warranted in giving you ample credit  to operate your farm efficiently. Our  aim is to assist you in every way  .   possible,     t ���������^  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL  RESERVE FUND  CRESTON BRANCH,  $15,000,000  .    -$15,000,000  ,C G. Bennett, Manager. '  MINERAL ACT  i     vomtv ���������  Certificate of Improvements  NOTIOB   -���������.��������������������������� N  kifby Pr., Kirby P������������. No. .1. Klfby,  ShbyNc. 2. Kl.hyNo. a Kliby  No. i* Kh-hy No. 5 MInernl ClaiuiR,  situate In the Alnswoi-Mi Mining  Dlvlnlon of Kootonay Hlatrlot.  Whero locut4*-d s   At Rlondpl.   p  Take nofcloi* that I. A. H. Green, act-  ing ��������������������� agent for*A..'jr.* Onrle.'P.M.O,  No. aOSOOcj V������/. T. Kirby, J'.M.O. No.  a0587oi BJ. L. Kirby, F^.O.' No.  90588c; Froltl.i Bm ������u^. F.M.O. 30MMOj  and U. V. D. Gutlulp, Froo Mino^n  GevimpiU. No. aOeSaOo. Intoni}, nmfcy  days from^tlate hereof,^to apply;tn tli������  Mining Recorder for a, Certificate ojf  Ii������ipi-ov������**n������entR, for the purpose* .of bb:  tain Ing a Crown Giant 4of; the abnVff  Anil fin thor tako,' notice tha* action,  untler iwctinh 85, nivist l~~ commoncpil  before thr insuAn'ee of auch Corllflcnto  of Impt'ovomentR.  Dated this 22nd day of September,  A.D. 10!������. A. H. ORRKN.  APPLE   BOXES  17 Ceiits  Why  don't you place your order for Apple Boxes  NOW,  ana have   them   made up and  ready for use when the rush comes.  Ymt can buy them for SEVENTEEN CENTS each  delivered at your packing house*   Pay  for them November 1st, 192L  BOXES MADE OF ALL PINE with full width sides.  No Oootonwood or Veneer sides used.'  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED  ���������MNN -T^r"  w&watfuNttw.rrus^i.'^^  r-  L'ix'%iWsL,iT.  JLJDLIIi  %  REVIEW,      CRESTON.      B.      C.  ,y  ^ Always Pure  and . Clean  and Kept Good  in the Sealed  Package  8ft  Tne Importance Of  Encouraging \V estern Dettlers  The man} advantage*! that would accrue to Canada from the settlement of the vast unoccupied areas of fertile agricultural lands in the West  are fairly well recognized by all people, yet the -work of peopling these vacant  lands languishes and proceeds almost at a snail's pace.  There is hardly a Canadian problem today, tit* solution of which, wholly or largely,, is not to be found in a large increase in the population of the  country.  Is it the huge national debt created by the war and the consequent heavy  burden of taxati������p? The solution is not so much in decreased expenditures  or newer and additional means of revenue, but in a larger number of people to produce new wealth and to carry a share of the national load, thereby reducing the burden all round.  Is it the problem of making, the National Railway pay?  More Acres Seeded To Rye  Estimated That Crop of 1922 Will bs  Large.  It .is estimated" that. Southern Alberta and .SoutherS. Saskatchewan are  this year seeding.,about 850,000 acres  to fall-planted rye, as -compared with  350,000 acres last year, an increase  of about 500,000 acres, or about 185  per cent. It is further calculated  that, given an average yield per acre,  the rye crop of 1922 in Southern Alberta and Saskatchewan will give  yie farmers of these.districts three or  four .million.dollars more than they  will receive" this^year.  THEORtGIN OF GALL STONES  They are simply dried bile made up  of Crystalline constituents of that  fluid. Very common is this disease  among merchants, ��������� clergymen, shop  girls and those of sedentary habits.  Prevention consists' in maintaining  correct action of the liver and bowels,  and this is spedily accomplished* by  using Dr. Hamilton's Pills. No person using Dr. Hamilton's Pills will be  subject to bilious  Sound diges  tion, good appetito,~a clear color will  evidence the health giving properties  of Dr. Hamilton's Fills which aro safest and best for general family use.  When a laxative ..isTiioeded, when you  The solution  is not to be found in higher rates for.passengers and freight, which would  operate to further decrease traffic, nor solely in economies in management   feel out of sorts, that's the lime to  and operation, to which there is a limit if efficient service is not to be des- j ���������* ^T't^}}i0Zl's *t.lls--������* Man?1SlE������  x . . , , v        j    j. 00     I and Butternut, 25c all dealers or The  troyed, but through increased population and increased production creating   catarrhozone Co., Montreal  greater traffic to keep the railways profitably busy.  Is it a steady output for our factories and uninterrupted employment for  Canada's artizans?? The solution is more people in Canada requiring the  output of our factories. *  Older countries, already blessed A\ith fairly large populations, can well  depend upon the natural increase of their people. But not so a young  country like Canada, an empire in itself covering half a continent and possessing untold wealth in untouched natural resources. Canada now requires, and for many years to come will require,. just   what    the    United  States required throughout the Nineteenth Century, and that is a large and  steady stream of .immigrants. Tho United States, with its'more than one  hundred million people, can now afford to check the stream, but Canada  needs to encourage it.  In the ten or fifteen years before the war, immigration poured into Canada at a rate never experienced prior to that time. The mere handful of  people in the West doubled, trebled, quadrupled; unorganized territories  became flourishing Provinces; hamlets grew into towns, towns were transformed into thriving citie3. Why? Because the incoming settlers brought  money and goods- with them, settled on vacant lands and began to produce.  As they produced new wealth from the soil, the demand for the factory  products of the East grew, by leaps and bounds. Factories whieh had remained at a standstill in volume of production .year after year, or grew "so  slowly that it was almost imperceptible, suddenly found it necessary to  build a new storey,, an addition, or a new building altogether in order to  Wheat Yield in Saskatchewan.  The wheat yield of Saskatchewan is  estimated for the present year to be  145,082,000 bushels;* oats, 196,120,000  bushels; barley, 13,500,000; flax, 4,-  560,000 b,ushels; and rye, 4,053,000  bushels.   " :  MI! ft uiwnriwir  mihv ~~ixuiAim\_  GOING ROUND  meet the demand. Labor was at a premium and unemployment practically  unknown. The railways were congested with more traffic than they could  handle. Moie railways had to be built, and thus more employment was  created. The mines were busy and so was the lumber industry. It was  all direct"-}* traceable io the immigration and the enormous resultant increase in agricultural production.  Willi so recent an object lesson before the country it is amazing to find  a very large number of people opposing immigration to Canada now }vhen,  in order to carry the burdens imposed on the Dominion by reason of the war,  the need for more people and largely increased production is so evident.  Restrictions have been placed on immigration, lo Canada which were undreamed of a few yeras ago, and are of such a character that, as one speaker (  at a recent public meeting said, had they been in force at the time our parents and grand-parents immigrated to this country, probably one-half of the  people now here would not be here. 'Stringent as present restrictions are,  there ia persistent demand in some quarters that they be made even more  (stringent, while some advocate absolute prohibition of immigration.  -Possibly the immigration laws of both Canada and the United States  were too lax in the past in one respect in that the bars were not kept up  against the adniislson of the diseased, tho mentally .and morally deflclont,  and the criminal class. All such should be rightly excluded. But lack of  money should not bt made a deterrent to anybody who Is physically fit,  moral'ty fcound, and mentally efficient, capable and, willing to work.  In another re-speet, too, Canada was at fault in tho past in its treatment of new comer?. It is not sufficient to induce people to come to assist  In. the development of tlie country and on their arrival to leave them to shift  for themselves, vAiPh eo often led to failure and'shipwreck-of'their lives  through ignorance of the conditions and customs,of,tho land of their adaption, A r^-en1. iiuie "Manual of Citizenship" issued by the .Department ot  Immigration and Colonisation for the guidance of new -arrivals, is. therefore,  an e������ncounting innovation. In fact, the change in name from Department  ot Irnroigrftii'-n to "immieration ftnd Colonization" ia in Itself significant as  an indication o: a new and better policy. It is important, however, that the  work of imn-Jsia'Son should not be stopped nor checked by too rigid laws  i������.rid resnlatlonst. On ihr- contrary increased efforts should bo put forth to  K*i-ewe new  f**<r*r.r'*������r������  of  "'.*<*  righr   typo.  It Is due to impurities in the water,  causes cramps, diarrhoea, headache.  Those who take twenty drops of Nerviline fn sweetened water usually get  quick relief. It is really wonderful  how good old Nerviline fixes up a sour  upset stomach, how it stops hiccoughs,  how quickly it puts a stop to those  nasty attacks of gas. Every home  should keep a bottle or two of trusty  old Nerviline . 'on * hand. 35 cents  everywhere.  Sixty Xea*s' In  One Regiment  Captain Swift Joined Queen's Own  Rifles In 1861.,  Captain Charles Swift, leader of the  bugle band of thc Queen's 'Own Toronto Rifles of Canada, has* the longest  service of any military man in Canada���������sixty ycars in the one regiment.  The Militia Department has just  marked this^ service by promoting  him .to an honorary Captaincy in the  ���������regiment. It was as a triangle player that Captain Swift joined the  Queen's Own Regiment ' at Ridge-  way in 1861, and led the band on tho  trip- to the - coronation of King Edward. Leading musicians from all  parts of the world haA-e congratulated- Capt. Swift on the wonderful  band he leads. *"  in Stock.  Customer.���������I would like to see some  cheap skates. y*"~ *  Saleslady.���������-lust a minute; I'll call  tho boss.���������Carnegie Puppet.  Perseverance.  Couldn't    you    learn to love  He.  me?"  ..She.���������*'*I might,  like cold liver oil,  j. once iparneu to  A Prime Dressing for Wounds.-r-In  some factories and workshops carbolic acid is kept for use in cauterizing wounds and cuts sustained by the  workmen. ** Far better to . keep on  hand a bottle of Dr. Thomas* Eclectrie  Oil. It is just as quick in action and  does not scar the skin or burn the  flesh.  ������������������'There was a strange man at the  door, sir," announced the new servant  from Boston. "What does ho want?"  asked tho master of "the house, impatiently. "Begging your pardon,  sir," replied tho servant, a shado of  disapproval manifest in his voice, "he  wants a bath, but what he is asking  for is something to eat."  A whale's throat is so small that  you could choko him with your fist,  and he feeds on tho smallest things  England Wants Mom Hens.  IJrigh'ind  needs S,r������0ft,00f> moro hr.ns  In order to gft 'Kick to tiie estujiatftd  consumption i������r J('*J,> of :ii:0 <-������������������ :<or  nm  BS  Healthy liver  Healthy Life  Your liver���������healthy ot donned, actfi*  or sluggish-���������makes all the difference*  fctetween a vigorou*,  , cheerful life and \tm  , spirits ami fail- \~gagZVW*W}\  IITTX&J  *El  are.  To subdue  a stubborn  liver,   over  coma eomtl  patton, d(xal'  neat, bilious*   ne** Indigestion, headaedbe and the  blues there la nothing oa earth 00 good  **������<****btmU*������nnt\ Jhirtsiyregeiaina  person, asserts Edward Brown, aocro-  tary of tho National Poultry Council.  Mr. Brown Pays that in tho United  i State*  and   Canada  It  ia  slated  the  average consumption is .nearly 200  j ftpps por unit annually. Basing hia  j estimates on the recent census figures  j for Croat Britain, ho computes that  ��������� ojo-h person in England lant year ate  \ '���������>'���������'- <'ZK<  . 1 *  (  . Persistency of British Post.  An lahtuncit of JirhMi postal delay  j but an e-vjunl font I menial to Itn persist-  ; *���������������������������?.<:>���������,  "M 1he d>!iv*ry nt Prince Al*  I bert to ',., JlarrK an Imperial vf-tr-ran,  j ot ������ pru-kot ot cigarette** imdlod him  while ho wa������ origatfed in tlio BoulU African War, from r.nKlanrt Jn H*0S, Tho  package InMrtttrm that  during ff������ J8  y*arH rambling It hurt bif-n to India,  Now Z<-al<eind, and nearly all c*wr   the  Ask for MniAfd'a awl take r������������ other  Here Is What The  Principal Learned  DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILLS  ARE   THE  "REMEDY  FOR  KIDNEY  ILJ-S.  Principal of Saskatchewan Schools  Tells Out of His Own Experience  What to do When, the Kjdneys are  Diseased. Y  Webb,,Sask. -- (Special). ���������~ That  there is one sovereign remedy for  kidney disease and that remedy Is  Dodd's Kidney l'ills is the outspoken  opinion of Mr. George Hutchings,  principal of the public schools herb*  KI suffered for two years from diseased kidneys," Principal Hutchings  states. "I was advised about a year  ago to try Dodd's Kidney Pills. Thoy  have helped me more thatuany remedy 1 have ever tried. I find that  my health haa boon gi-oatly improved.  "I can conscientiously recommend  Dodd's Kidney 33illa to anyone suffering from kidney disease. *I would  not be -willtout them."  Dodd's Kidney Pills act directly on  tho kidneys, They holp the kidneys  to do their full work of straining all  tho impurities out of the blood. Tho  result is new health nnd enei-gy all*  over the body. Ask your neighbors  about Dodd's Kidney Pllla.  Muscular Rheumatism Subdued.���������  When one is a sufferer from muscular  rheumatism he cannot do bettor than  to have the region rubbed with Dr.  Thomas' Eclectrie Oil. Let the rubbing be brisk and continue until easo  is secured. There is more virtue in  a bottle^of it than can be fully estimated.  Hall Insurance Claims.  "Directors of the Municipal Ilail Insurance. Association, have fixed "the  rate of premium to be paid by fax-m-  ers for tho current year at twenty-  five cents an awe oa the net seeded  acreage. Based on all claims received this levy pratically means a  five per cent. rate. Claims number-  $1,668,491.  GOOD HEALTH  AND GOOD SPIRITS.  - ... ���������- i,:..:.. ������  Depend   Upon   the   Condition  of  the*  Blood���������Keep* it  Rich,   Red  and  Pure.  When a doctor tells you that you -  ar6 anaemic, ho simply means, , iu  plain English, that your blood is  weak-and watery. But this condition  is one that may easily pass into a  hopeless decline if 'prompt steps' aro  not taken to enrich the blood. -Poor  blood, weak, watery blood *iss the  cause of headaches and' backaches^  loss of appetite, poor digestion, rheu-"  matism, neuralgia, nervous, irritability and many other troubles. To'  poor blood is due the pimples and  blotches, tho muddy complexion that  disfigures so many faces. To havo  Rood health, a good eonvplexion and a  cheerful manner, the blood must bo,  kept rich,-.-, red nnd- pure.a This is  easily- done through the use of a  blood .enriching tonic liko Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. The whole miusipn  of this medicine is to help enrich tho  blood which roaches every nerve and  every organ in the body, brfngingr  with it*- health, strength and now activity. That * is' why people who occasionally use Dr. Williams'. Pink  Pills always feel 'bright, active, and  strong. .    .  Mrs. 13. E. Cook, Simcoo, Ont., gives  fetrong testimony to the valuo of Dr.  "Williams' Pink Pills when the bloody  is in an anaemic condition, sho says:  "I have been_a sufferer for some years  from a run down condition of tho system.      I  suffered  from pains in  tha  back, twitching of tha    nerves    and -  tnusclcs. my appetite was poor,-1" had  indigestion and wojild get drowsy af-"  tor oat Ing.     My hands and feet were  always  cpld,  and  though I was  constantly doctoring, the medicine I took .  did not' help mo.,    I had practically  given up hopo of goo'd health, until a  J>iil ������.���������%*���������!       &m.f*.m-tm       X-Xt% f\-*. -11 -f r\r.      rt*t-rv**r~*     4-f\     vlc*^  l-lit/iai*. JvXKJXlm J~.������-A,*.XXtx.X\,\~t������+ 1mrX.4t*mX.*.\A- leW -JS,.-'-.-.  nie,.and urged mo to try Dr. Williams'  I'ink Pills. It took somo persuasion,  but finally I consentccU to try them;  I havo reason to-bo grateful that I  did, for after using seven boxes I foit  liko a now person. I havo gained in  weight, havo a better color and my  work is now a pleasure. For this condition my thanks aro duo Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and I cannot praise  tliom too highly."  You    can    get .;* Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills through any dealer in uredicino,  or by -mail at 50 cents a box or" six  lioxps   for * $2.50   from Tho Dr. Wil-'  Hams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Minard's .     Liniment  Friend  Lumberman's  Proves Irrigation  Is a Success  Ono of tho most scrvlconblo wator-  prooffl is tho raincoat of Mitsumata  papor, mado from tho lenvos and  stems of a nmnll shrub which grows  in tho"moimtuln8 of Japan.. ��������� ���������  Man \j\ Third Season Owns.Farm and  Equipment,  Proof of success in the Irrigated  section In Alberta is exeinpHfiod in a  farmer named Williamson. After  working as a hired man ho rented an  engine and ploughing* outfit on a^  acreage basis and with tho proceeds  of one aeuaons ploughing purchased  an irrigated farm of eighty .acres  'and broke It. in tho fall he bought a  threshing machine and paid for It  through tho proceeds of the season's  threshing operations. This is his  third season's farming and ho owns  a farm, threshing and ploughing out  fit nnd tractor, all fully, paid for.  , Indians of Nootka Sound posses*  wooly dogs, tho flcoco of jvhlch i������  roadily woven into garments. ��������� ������������������'x  The halibut fishormon of tho Pacific pay all their bills before starting on n flaliinff trip,  The collar excavator ahyays gotfl in  his worlc  NOTICE  A poatftl card will brlpg to you our  now large Fall Calalomio, soon to be  Issued, containing Thduaanda of Illustrations of Gifts in Jowellery, Silverware, China and Novoltles. Write  today.  ELLI8 BROS., Jewellert,  M-48 YONQG 8T, TORONTO  W,    N.     U.    aS89.  SUFFERING OF  YOUNG WOMEN  * mmmmmmmmmmmtaamtamw       .  This Letter Tells How It May  Ibe Overcome���������All Mothers  Interested.       l  '     m -. --,  Toronto', Ont.���������"I have suffered sine*  I was a BcnoolcM.with poiri in my left  side'nndwithcramps,  growing" worso onch  year until I waa all  rundown. Iwaaso  bad at times that I  was unfit for worlif.  X tried eoveral doc- *,  tors and paton*  modldnea, put was  only rollovcd for A  short timo.. Soma  of /tlio doctors  wanted to porform  ,         on operation,- but  my father objoejtacl. Finally I loarnoci  through my mothor of XydUi J3. rink*  ham's Vogotablo Compound, and how  thankful 1 am that I tried it. I am'  relieved from pala and cramps", and  fool es |f It has saved my lifo: You  may use sny letter to help othcir  womon.as I am. glad to recommend tho  medicine."���������Mm, II. A. Goodman, 14  Itoekvalo Ave., Toronto.,   .  Those who aro troubled as Mrs.  Goodman was should immediately seek  restoration to health hy taking Lydia  E. Pinkham's Vcfifttablo Compound.  Those tVho need special advice may  write to Ivjrdie. 15, Pinicw-itm Medicine Co.  (confidential), Lynn. Mass. These letter*  will be opened, read and answered by n  woman and held in strict confidence.  mi4tmtm%iit*stitmm-*t^mm*mmm*tm*a*.**Qm^ !**���������*���������������*** jf-JuS.  Britain and France To*.  Pay Largest Proportion  rxoenses  iene\ a���������Great: Britain and Fiance f |   -*^jmpflial   ]$���������������:���������   .  LBt  pay  the  largest-proportion  of   IRSirUffleiliai   MUSIC __.    .  And Christian Unity  c;  must pay  the expenses 'of operating the Lea*-:  "gue of Nations, it was found when  the committee "charged with determining" .the share each country should  pay reported to The assembly of the  league." Each must ,pay 0.26 pet-  cent., while China, India, Italy and  ^apan wero placed in the second  category and were called upon to  pay 6.65 per cent:." In tlie. third/  category .were "placed Argentina,  Spain,. Brazil*-.Rumania. Jugo Slavia  and Czechoslovakia; whose individual shares -.were fixed at 3.58 per  cent. Tlie scale was graduated  downward to .21 per cent., wheih  -will be paid by Panama, Paraguay,  Salvador, Costa Rica, ���������- Guatemala,  Honduras and Liberia*.'  . Consideration of an amendment to  'article 18 of the covenant ot the  League of/Nations, which would exempt technical treatries frorn^ i-egis-  'tration with the secretariat of the  League of Nations, _ was' postponed  by   the assembly of the league here.  The-purpose of the change in the  covenant was to ,make article IS effective in^ breaking up secret treaties through registration.  A. J. Balfour, of Great Britain, declared it was absurd to expect nations that signed a treaty of defense  which they were ready to register  and make public, to be required at  the same time to disclose the means,  military or otherwise, by which they  contemplated making their defense.  WESTERN EDITORS   |  Yl  (By O. E.= Payne, Hanna, Alta.)  " The dominant issue in Christendom  today is the unity of believers. All  important denominations, except thei  Roman Catholics, and nearly all the ���������  minor ones, aro actively ^participating  in conferences looking to that goal.  The discovery of a true and acceptable platform which will serve as a  basis is_one of chief quests, while the  removal of any obstacles to such unity  Is of no less concern. Questions of  creed, ordination, form of organization and' government, and the title to  px-opcrty are important factors, but in  tfie minds of both affusionists and im-  mersionists, iho question of baptism  looms above 'them all.  There    is  erence Will Debate  mpro^ement Of  w-dX&cLCU&Xl. JL^J*-w S&X������OCJE,  -o  Could Not Absorb  Number Proposed  W. O. Buchanan, M.P., and Editor and  Proprietor of the Daily Herald,  Lethbridge",. Alta. '  -  psallo,"   they  are  told i.o  play."  the  author vproceeds to provft'  that from* the first, translators have  another issue, not less', so understood the, words. "   A century  Memorial Designs v  For Battlefield  Canadian Commission Has Received  Report From Competitors. \ <  Ottawa. ��������� Tho Canadian battlefields memorial 'commission has received a report of the professional  assessors^  upon    the competitive de-  ' signs submitted for eight monuments  to -������������bc erected on the battlefields in  Prance and Belgium. The*competition-has been in progress during the  ���������past year, and has bcen participated  in by leading architects,* sculptors  and artists generally. The decision  reached*by the commission will be  communicated to the Governor-Gen-  eral-in-Council, a^er which the name  Of the successful sculptor will'be an:  nounced. /  "' In. thc first stage of the competition, 160 sets of designs were submitted, and of these J 7 were selected for 1he second stageYThe models  have all been thoroughly examined  by the1 commissioners.; y  Give your local merchants a chance.  Buy at home*  CHECK YOUR  BOWEL TROUBLES  .    BY USING  PR.JF0VVLER\S  EXTRACT* OF   . /  WILD STRAWBERRY  grave, to which the attention of only  the few has as --yet been drawn. Omitting the Latin Church, -there are almost as many Christians who reject  Instrumental music as sinful as there  are who employ it and' regard it as  Spiritual. ��������� Those who oppose it do  so from principle. , Thoy will not employ it, will not worship or have, fellowship with those who do, g,nd they  base their scruples upon the Scriptures.  Such    concede    that    instrumental  .**....���������5���������        -.-~r- ~x.IV. rx ��������� Sr.r..l x xx X*x r. S\* .3  -tuu.&x\j    vvu.0    auiuuiuiuu       xix       titxtr:       v-rtxx  Testament, but not in tho New, and  insist that we aro to be guided alone  by the latter. * They hold that while  there is no affirmative prohibition of  such music in tho Christian Scriptures,  they allege that thcy are our sole and  sufficient guide, and that their supposed silence amounts' to' a "prohibition.  As matters have stood, the thoughtful, few have realized that this situation constitutes an impasse that must  shortly block all progress towards  unity, and that the parties who forego  instrumental music constitute two or  three hundred .millions, the-largest of  the dozen or so bodies which so hold  being tho Greek Church, to , which  most Slavs .belong, which church is  actively laboring for unity.  Many have assayed t<j point to x.  way of escape, but it must be admitted that they havc left tho'riddle unsolved. The King Jamos version and  the revision which, sheds no now light  on tho former as regards this question,  have seemed to confirm tho widely  accepted insistence thaj; tho -New,  Testament is silent as to instrumental  music, and ihat such mii-bio is an innovation.  ; But all that is changed l>y tho,appearance of a remarkable book which  has just been issued from the pen, of  O. E. Payne, of Hanna, Alberta, which  is being received with equal joy by  those who. hay,c conscientiously refrained from using such music. The  book is entitled, ���������'"Instrumental Music  Is Scriptural," and, in a now masterly  way that amazos tho best-informed of  both sides, proceeds to show that tho  New Testament is not silent upon the  question, but1 that "Christians nro as  distinctly directed to 'employ instruments in praising.God as thoy aro  their voices in "song'.';';,'Y'Tho: inspired  after the New Testament was written  the 'Peshito, the first known translation, whieh Philip Schaff terms-"the  queen of versions," because of its accuracy, was from tho Greek to the  Syriac. Throjighout it venders the  Greek psallo as meaning play instruments. A Coptic .translation in like  way is also eited.~  Four    hundred    years  aso  Luther  pursued a like course, translating the  V  Australia's      Premier    "Says.   20j000  Emigrants All They Could  Handle.  London.���������A    Iteuter    cable    from  Melbourne says    that-* Premier    W.  M. Hughes referring to an interview.,  with the Australian emigration agent  cabled  from London who  is alleged  to  have^ recommended  the  despatch  of. 100,000- emigrants  yearly  to Australia from the, British Isles said it  would be folly to pour such a population  into  Australia  until  adequate  arrangements    have    been made for*  making them wealth producing. Pressing  and 1 mier Hughes thinks the figure quoted is absurd.     In his view, the practical position is that from 12,000 to  20,000 might safely be sent out this  year. -^  No Outsiders In  X  II   Q   Marfan* Marina  %J.    Sj0    ilXXik. V9IWUI.    aijum.* a&tfa.  One of Best Pursers Discharged Was  A Canadian.  New  York.���������A  few  days  ago,  200  t    I m. ���������   -m  members of the crew of the steamer  Greek into "singet und spiele-t/' which, ��������� George Washington were discharged  in German,* means  "sings and play."  on  the   ground  that they, were  not  citizens  and  their  piaces   taken  by j  men    who    could    "qualify  on that ;  ground."      One    of    the men ousted |  was W. H. P. Mattenson, a Canadian,  who was purser on the vessel. Mattenson was regarded as being one#of  the best pursers in the North Altan-  tic service, but the rule of the United    States    Merchant Marine is "no  outsiders need apply."  HY&tiawa.���������A  conference  of  veteran-  varians to discuss the best means of  improving    the    health of Canada's  livestock, is io be "called, at Ottawa  for  Nov.  15  and  16.      Probably no  livestock    producing    country in the  wlioltf world has a better record for  freedom ������rom disease than has Canada,  said  Dr.  Grisdale,, deputy  minister of agrioulture, -a" condition undoubtedly largely-due to the inspection   system  carried   on  by  the  department's health of animals branch.  The work of keeping Canadian stock  free  from  disease, and' giving it  an  even finer reputation than it now enjoys is not to be done by individuals  or  small- groups  in, this  work,  saya  Di\ Grisdale, which must be done by  a, centralized  organization^ ' for    all  Canada.       .Accordingly^ serious consideration -.will be giver^ at the* forthcoming conference to  the  formation  of  a national  veterinary association  to  work in  connection with the  department.  Representative veterinarians from  every province in the Dominion will  be invited to attend the conference.  The estimated-���������value of Canadian  livestock today is $1,07S,262,000, and  the department believes that any effort to enhance'this great national  asset must be to ifye advantage of  the whole country.  Tne several revisions oi i^uine:-������  great translation continue this rendering as~do many other German translations, and all the Danish, Swedish,  Norwegian and Dutch translations * the  author.was able to find. It is thus  shown that the common English versions are exceptional in rendering the  two words "sing_vand make melody,"  while Rotherham's English and most  others-modern European translations  agree with each other and the lexicons in rendering tho verbs to "sing  and play." "    *  In thus removing - the -cause for  scruples which many had,, and the  impasse as regards music toward-  which the world-wide unity movement  was rapidly traveling, the author of  this work, which is  the outcome of  frencii lompeftion  for Aviation Motor  Finds England Depressed  People   More   Cheerful    During  Says Dr. Chown.  War  xOi'Oulc.���������xjv-~\~0. j-t. kjisqwu, general  superintendent     of     the     Methodist  Church,' who has just returned from  the   Ecumenical   Conference  in -Lon-  vears of research in the libraries of  don, declares that he has never seen  When you are troubled'with diarrhoea, dysentery, colic, cramps and  pains in llic stomach, cholera, jcholera  iriorbus, summer complain't,*' '���������bloody  fluxes, or any looseness of the bowels  be sure and obtain a bottle of "Dr.  Jfowlcr's" and see how quickly it  gives ;yolt relief. This wonderful  remedy has been on the market for  the past 76 years and we wish to warn  two continents, has earned the thanks  of Christendom.  The book is equally adapted to thc  learned and unlearned,* and the author,  O. ^E. Payno, Hanna, Alta,, deserves  credit for the production of this'interesting work. ���������     .      ���������  England looking so* depi-essed.  '"I have been in   London   under - a  German raid," said Dr.. Chown, "and  /  Oil Light Beats Electric or Gas  Burns'94% Air \j  A new oil lamp;tljat 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  bo superior to 10,0 ordinary:* oil lamps.*  It burns without odor, smoko or hoiso  ������������������no pumping"'up, is simple, clean,  safo. Burns 94% !air and 6% common kerosene (coal-oil).  Tho iuvontor, T. V. Johnson, B95  McDormot Ave,, Winnipeg, is offering  to send a lamp on io days' FREE trial,  'or., oven to give ono FREE to the first  urtor In each locality who will help  him introduce It.   YVVrlto him to-day  in  the midst of the vicissitudes of  the wax-, but even ��������� under those^con-  ditions. the people ,seemed to be ex-  Jiiiu-ated as compared with their  present mood."  . ���������. petition.  All Countries May Enter for Prize of  Million Francs.  Paris.���������The French committee ,for  aeronautic propaganda has decided  to create a prize of 1,000,000 francs  for the commercial aviation motor  which best satisfies tests, in a competition to be arranged, in" point of  durability, regularity, simplicity, discounting and upkeep. .   .  The competition will be international., under fh^ regulations of  the. International -Aeronautie Federation, but a foreign* builder talcing  part must engage to construct ,*his  motor in France If he wins." Motors  should be ready by June 1,'1923, and  the Aero Club of France has been  entrusted with carrying out the com-  ���������.. ... ,       x     ��������� 0,.    , . *, *, Cor. full particulars.   Also ask him to  writers   employ,, two   Crook   verbs, I explain how you can get ttie agency,  ado and psallo, to tell us what* man**-:  nor,of music to employ. * ,��������� By tho consent of nil, tho'.first moans to sing;  As to psallo, tho author quotos definitions from a hundred' Grflok lexicons  covering 'moro than twenty centuries,  proving that it means to, play an in-  you'against accepting    a   substitute t strnmant.      Every important lexicon  which may be dangerous to vour  health,   * ..0-  Mr. Samuel ,Buckler; TatSma-  fcouchc, N.S., writes:���������"While visiting  in Western Canada I bad a severe attack of diarrhoea. After,.trying many  Erop.rictary niediehies T got no relief  ut kept getting worse.  I was advised to "take Dr. Fowler's  Extract of Wild Strawberry, and I  lost no time irt doing so. v I cannot  hesitate in recommending it most  highly, for wlwn I li?ul not yet taken,  half the bottle I'was relieved. I  must say that if "Dr, l?o\vler's" is Riven a fair trial it will show its good  qualUlas."  *> Thc price of the genuine i*������ 50c a  bottle; put up only by The T. Milburn  Co., Limited,.Toronto, Ont.  ������   IIIuiiiHlii.,,.1.i.lilil(,w.il.,<lWi.*ii ���������������.,������,  ���������������iiu ..��������������� ������'nn<fi���������,iiiil,Hii,  and    without    experience  or money  mako $200 to $500 per,month.  \\\     N.     IT.     13S9.  Is Included iu the long list. Then,  to guard against the. .possibility of tho  lexicons erring, about ono hundred  and fifty examples of the uso of tho  word aro gleaned from Grook writers  of tho centuries boforo, at tho timo of  and after tho porlod in which tho,Now  Testament was being written. About  thirty of those oxcorpta aro from contemporaries of thp Apostles, in which  tho context protos tola certainty that  tho authors used tho word to refer to  instrumental music.  Having in thoso nnd many other  ways established tho fact that psallo  slgnifiod tho p'aylng of an instrument,  and   that   thorcforo when, in'Crook,  | Christians nro d'roctod to ".do and kai  ;;   Sales Tax Necessary  mmmtttmtimmmamt  All Have to Pay Share of Financial  , Burden.  Toronto.--Explaining tho necessity  i'or a salos tax, Sir Henry Drayton,  Minister of Flnttnco, addressing the  Bread and CakoYManufacturers' Association Convention, said Canada  was carrying a heavy ^flnau'clttf' burden as an aftermath of tlio war and  all had to pay a share either* director indirectly, y  , rnYir i:.'n'::**-'i)'ir-T'r'-'--r       "    -- *     "   *" ' "���������'"���������"' ���������"' ������������������������������������- "���������- ��������� -   T   ��������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������^  Flooding Of Steamer  Still A Mystery  Hull of Canadian Importer Pound to  '-������Be'"':ihtact. ''':- .;':,:  Victoria, B.C.���������Cause of the flooding ot the engine "'room *of the steamer Canadian Importer, of the Canadian Government Merchant Marine,  which disabled the steamer more  than six hundred miles off the Oregon coast, while the vessel was en  route from Vancouver to Sydney,  Australia, still remains a mystery.  The vessel was put/into dry dock  at Esquimalt and this morning an  examination ",',ot*" the-.,'vessel's hull  found her to vbo, intact and her sea  valves in perfect working order.  Many Killed In Train Wreck  ^tmmmtmmmmms  Cars  tn  BEAUTY OF THE* SKIN*  Je tlio natural dei-i-lrei of every woman,  and ifl obtainable by tho u-*o of Dr.  Claiso'fl Ointment. rinn������leB,"blncltbo*n<lfl,  roaehnt-Ba and mlne-m of tho skin,  irritation ami eczema AlsAppoav, ftnd  tlio skin in latt soft, i-niooth am1-vi*!ve.-ly.  All dealers, or EelrnnnROii, Untea *. Co..*  Xilraiteel, Toronto. Simi-.lo froo If you  mention tbis par-cr.  Sun Wind'SuS1^ Cinders  8ECOHMCM0|OM*gOtq���������By PfllJt30i&V$jkMOprtCtA1NUI  i~Mmi rati m booOurihe Cacriiaoo  Take   Piya   After   Collision  Frenc"h Tunnel.  Parls.���������Soventeen of those injured  in tho tunnel wreck have died in  hospitals, according to Havas  Agency, bringing tho total nmbbeiyof  dead up to 33. Exploration of the  17 burned cars luis not yet been possible, and It is,feared that they contain additional victims.  Paris.���������A roar-end collision of two  suburban trains in tlio half-mile tunnel leading to tho St. Las-are railroad station led to terrifying scenes  and tho death ot many persons  bound on their homeward journey  from FttHs. The wrecked cars  burst into flames, nnd the disaster  waa.made all tho more terrible by  tho. explosion of a gas reservoir.  Z-jZj Drink Zy-m-y  Zft^/ZCj*  &CVDA. tlK?Ow"VO!1  ^VfPf^W'T'^'"  DELICIOUS/.������������> RBFRBSIima  MISSED Ua train���������but not  refreshment.   Xoca-Col*  la aold everywhere.  Toronto *e*������dWl**mli**������ eo  -amwaaawmtmaaaaaaawat4m44ttmma04mta*tmi  ��������� 'I  m i  1**4     . -'~,"'.-,'-r.rf^i JS'-*-^!*,---.r..     -    0  r      0    i        -r    ,       \  r&.      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'.   y ',,,? *,!. -> "    , .  "Local and Personal  1  cow,    milking.  horse*  '   Fob  Sale���������Jersey  W. V. Jackson.  Fob Saxk���������A useful   ranch  "Prince," 850.   Lionel Moore.  Mrs. Hamilton of Edgewood is here  at present on a visit to Mrs. Varley.  Fob  Sale���������Light  wagon, fitted brake.  express    spring  Review Office.  For Hire���������Two heavy teams of  horses, complete with harness awl  wagoris. Gould be hired by day, wees  or month, yery reasonable price, apply  Greston Cafe.  Let us frame y<5ur pictures, prices  reasonable.      Asher's studio. Greston.  For Sax*e���������Lady wishes to dispose  of two winter coats. Address Bos 41,  Creston.  AT  For Sale���������Good farm horse, ride or  drive, quite"' gentle. Paul Ofner*  Wynndel.  Mrs. H. L. Cro6thwait spent a few  days'with Spokane friends, returning  os Sunday.  We can sell you cheap a few ducks-,'  chickens, and beautiful white turkeys.  Greston Cafe, Creston.  Mrs. Schafer of Barons. Alta., ar*  ri������ed on Saturday on a visit to her  mother. Mrs. Stace Smith.  Mrs.   Erickson  Creston visitor t~  daughter, Mrs. C.  of  Invermere "is" a  lis   week,   *.vst>h   her  G. Bennett.  White   Pine  and  Tar Mentholated  taken with Bromo and  Aspirin Compound will  cure the most obstinate  and deep-seated cold.  KEEP   THEM  ON HAND  For Sawe���������Rose Comb Rhode Island  Red cockerels,front good laying strain,  $3 each.    Mrs, W. V. Jackson  Pigs For Sale���������Young pigs, six  weeks old, Chester White breed, a fine  lot, $7 each.    R. Stewart, Cieston.  Mrs. Gbas. Moore left yesterday for  Kaslo, where she is spending a few  days renewing old acquaintance-*?.  For Sale*-8 purebred White Leghorn cockerels, Palmer strain,. Victoria, $3 each. W. C. Cleave (Canyon),  Erickson P.O.  RpUffiffi.flsifwaif  IMH1MIU   VUJSffUf  * t ��������������� ���������  lmhicb  The early evening of'Friday, Noy.  4th, is taken by the Presbyterian Laddies' Aid for their annual Thanksgiving  supper, which will be served in Speeds  Hall.  T. J. Crawford got back on Saturday from a sis weeks' trip east, during  which    he    visited    Toronto,    Owen  Sound    and    several    other  Ontario  points.  D. Sutherland of Victoria., the proyincial boiler inspector, was in this  section on an official look over tbe  steam power plants at the.se veral Valley sawmills.  ���������    '      i i  For Sale���������A beautiful mahogany  case upright pia,BO, worth 8600; very  cheap. Terms oduld be arranged for  respansible party. Creston Cafe,  Creston. *P .  The first of the season's whist drives  is announced "for _ txraursda y even ing,  Oct. 24th, in the'Parish Hall, under  the aiispices ofi the ladies" of Holy  Cross Church.    , *���������,.  The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper  willhedtegfetis^'in the Presbyterian  Church on Sunday morning at 11  o'clock, with preparatory seryice on  Friday evening at 8.  i        *'  Commencing Saturday the Grand  Theatre resumes its winter progratutiie  of presenting a show * every Saturday  night, with, this week's feature Frank  Mayo in '/Colorado."  The Methodist Ladies' Aid have appropriated tfye evening of Uncle Sam's  Thanksgiving Day^ Thursday. 2-������ov.  24th. for their usual chicken supper, of  which more particulars later.  Lost���������Between Cranbrook Sash &  J Door   Oo-   sawmill   Kitchener,    and  Erickson, black jewelery case containing a few watches, chains, etc.   $25.00  reward.    M. McLeod, Cranbrook.  Miss-Selma Anderson, formerly of  the local telephone > central, who is~  now attending business college "at Nelson, arrived home on Wednesday for  the Banff orchestra dance last night.  Dr. Lee Hedger of Golden, dentist,  is visiting Creston professionally this  week, with a view to making this  town his permanent location if he finds  business prospects .warrant such a  move.  At a directors meeting pn Monday  night practically all the" unfinished  business in connection with the 1023  fail fair was wound up.' The financial  statement was most, favorable, and if  the usual government gp&nt is as large  as anticipated the society -will, this  year be able to get ��������� pretty well cle^r of  debts already due.  Robt; Stark got away on Sunday for  London, England,-where he^ill be. in  charge of the Creston Texhibit at the  Books, china, cut glass, phonographs  A silver tea under the auspices of j gups.   etc.      Make " your    Christmas  t.hfi Larife'g* Auilfl of Christ. Church will 1 selections early.    Excellent value for  jacKson at  Oct. 18th.  3.30,  .<xj~0_ rn***--..        <������'���������     iVI Etm      M.   ���������       -UM.*  Tuesday   afternoon,  SPECIAL PRICES  little cost. Drop in and see us at vour  first opportunity. Creston Cafe.  Creston,"       '-  Dr. Lee Hedger, late of Golden, is  establishing a dental office in Creston,  and will be prepared to do all classes  of dental work on and after October  13th, and rcspecsfully solicits a share  big British apple show at the Crystal  Palace iii that city the"'latter'"parft"of  -the month, after which he will piob-  ably spend the. winter .at_ different  points in the'OId Coiintrv.     *"'   '  Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Heath pf Invermere were L among ther oufrnf town  guests at the fair last week���������combining their exhibition _ visit of four dayB  with a renewal of many old acquaintances here. , Mr.-Heath is in charge of  horticultural experimental work at  the Dominion farm at that place.;   ..  Y       .' "r" 1  A cordial invitation is extended to  Valley citizens to be present at<an" interesting ceremony at the Bank of  Commerce this (Friday)' afternoon, at  which Col. Lister will unveil a bronze  tablet in honor of the bank employees  at Creston who, served in thfe' great  war.   The ceremony is at 3 prompt.  H. Chester, who has been in'charge  of telegraphy work at Creston depot  the past two week, left on Monday for  Kitchener, where he will hold down a  similar position as iong as the work  trains are*ruuning on the fill at Kootenay Landing. The station at Kitchener has been closed for at least six  years.  The delegates to the Liberal convention at Nelson^on Thursday last had &  very satisfactory interview with John  Keen, ex-M.P.P., who informs that  additional money has been secured and  the intention is to keep on with the  hu-vd surfaci!!** road  t*.*.\tv\.ai\r*  Young had a look oyer the deyelop-  ni^pt work on the'"���������Ohippjr0 Hilliron^  claims on Iron Mountain at Kitcheher.  He was exceptionally yweir pleased  with, the ore showings' and it is fully  expected a more vigorous deyelop-  inent policy will be inaugurated.   -  * The'crew of ten men who'have been  doing the finish -jap work on Kootenay  F&te reclamation survey between this  point and Porthiil- since the middle of  September, completed the ^effpH/"on  Thursday last, and have returned to  TColon*. 'Ttin   Aat-sx "r5faf.'-i*lmA!i'^*l-i\l   'St*.  A'a-'tx -lASfttttiAxStAAA'  xt.tm.rt0r     rm0.0V40.t00 xr*i.  once be put in shape for presentation^  Us a joint meeting of the UiSi.and B.C.  goyernmehtoMcials Which it*ie expected wiii he* held atvCi-e8ton before the*  end of th'e~month.  * * ���������'' *' '' '.  R. S. Bevan this week parted company with the 25 foot lot next his garage on Canyon Stret, the buyer being  Belt Norris of the Creston B}ik|sryB  who has already let the contract for  the* immediate erection of a modern  two-story 20 x 40 foot bake shop and  confectionery store,- with living apartments nn*the second floor. Al. Hendren has the .contract for * the work,  which will be rushed so that Mr,'Norr**  is can take possession as "early next  month as-possible.  tl*������k     .������������5.9.*)l4������  WAV-   t.ntxxvx.vr  XNoyeii'ioer.  Mrs. Bruce who has conducted a  -millinery, and ladies' wear'store at  Creston for the past two years, has  closed up shop and moved the stock to  Trail, where she is opening in a siuril-  rs. Bs-uee ^as exceptionally  _hu r d  0HI\LI1  ae   ttair-.  on  HOT BLAST  5  The body is made of heavy blued steel,  oolished, and is lined with No. 1 Fire  Brick.     Top  and  bottom  are   heavy  cast iron. _\        -  of public patronage. . . .      ��������� , - ���������   m  popular with  all her customers all of  ;-*   a-x-xm.  i^  . -- ... . v        . -     .  "���������  ueeeii     mhnm will lumtt!   h������.T>.nooiutnn tn ...mtttx  trxixrfKTr* m~   -x-  Sivr i-si\~i itf  tt  ���������_ 'tt--      0 3   in MIC  jv-racc  f&uiiCx-uit  rxjC      ~Z~tm   Vtf        M    XtrtMt  9tMfi-  ts.m hmtsm   tbfmstmatvm  9  fying that the weight of  ���������our Looses will be increased 20 per cent  'i ne recem urop in nie pr*ii=,e  has led to a di-op in the price of bread,  Baker Norris tbis week .announcing  that he has increase^ the./weight of  his loaves 20 per- cent, in accordance  with the decrease in flour" price.  ���������r -*r������ ������-  AJCXXJttABtt.  wuei isms me c������mi>rjioc  for tbe new Kootenay "--'River ferry at  this point, is speeding np construction effort, and it is expected the new  scow will be ready to, put into operation very early in Noyember.  Prize w'nnes-s at the';fall fair are notified that cheques for' the prizes won  may he had by calling at the office of  Secretary Walmsley. It is asked that  everyone possible call firSr their money,  and tsave the work and expense of  *������*<*51?***y felt-p dif^nISPS.      ������������������  mv -������i ������*x C������*  These Stoves will use Hard  or   -Soft  Coal   satisfactorily  All  sizes.  Splendid values.  See them.  ��������� /"*,��������� A-J?      M Kmtml      DL-*      f\^47  GENERAL  MERCHANT.  Attention to Necessary  Repairs  WILL SAVE YOU MONEY AND TIME!  Prices Right. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  AUTHORIZED FORD SERVICE.  FREE AIR. " Tires andAccessories   AVTOLIVERY  All kind������ of GRINDING clone at reasonable prieeH.  ftRRTfli-J ^FRVIRF RARAGF  vamjgm   mWf ��������� Wmt aaWmsk.   ^e^mf-m'        WaW ^^^^    ^W     -tmW ^tW^StW      \mm^amt ^W    ^~m       vWWm        WWWJ    ^^^r    M^P^P ^amt-W   ^m       WW ~W   WW ~W       0>m    T^^I^P^   ^^^^W  LIDO ATS BROS.  PHOmB 81  .,mm.w.m*\mw*������m>i.i*tmAmmmimm  R. R. Piper, until lately account  ant with Canyon City' Lumber Co.,  Ltd., but who is now resident at Cvan-  bvook, was shaking hand with old  Creptort friends Wednesday and Thursday last and incidentally inspetitihg  Creston's Sv'i^^est ahd bpst fall fair.    :  Dr. Lee Hedger ofy T^orth Pacific  Dental College, Portland, Oreg., and  graduate of American Dental College,  Chicago. 111., will locate a dental office  in Creston. Dr. Hedger has been located at Golden for ��������� the pa������������t three  years, and comes highly recommended.  President Bevan of the Board* of  Trade, and Secretary Wttlmsley of the  fall fair, were at Bonners Ferry on  Friday for the annual fall exhibition  in that town." In the, fvuit section the display at Bonners Ferry was  decidedly inferior tn the apple show at  Ort'sLon.   ... "i"..I.  Now is the time, with, prices dropping, to, keep your^ye and purse  ti-ainod toward the Ogilvie Milling CA  products. We hi>.ve another cin-r of 80  tons just arrived, and we are now  ready to put up the beat poultry food  known to scientific rat-march. T. Mt  Edmondson.  Cieston baseball team suffered a 15  tn 5 defeat at Bonnera Ferry on FrI*  day, playing that afternoon at the  fall fair in that town. .* A total of ten  mm wa������ made In the first inning off  Avln, who was ijoplaowJ by Bites, who  ki'pt things even up for, the remaining  night frames. ': p"'  Tlu* fall fair treasury was enriched  to tho eKtont of $60 gri������m������^-the pro.  iwelln irif a tntae of a two-ntory cjike  donated by Noi-Hn, the .baker, Tim  draw wm made in the main building  on Wednofduy uftornoon limt, tho win*  net itelng Mr. Fife of the Bank of  Commerce staff,  wnoin wm regret nere decision to inatte  Trail her future headquarters,?'  Messrs. Speers, Pochin; Hayeii Bojrd  and Alex. Lidgate, who 1-e'presenieH  the local Liberals at the nominating  convention at Nelson* on -Thursday  night- last, are particularly well ��������� pleased with the choice of Dr. Hamilton of  Reyefctoke as candidate for West  Kootenay ' at the coming election.  Polling day has been set for Tuesday,  December 6th.  i  Messrs.  'Garland,   Mallandaine,'  R.  Stark and F. H. Jackson, who attended the National Liberal Conservative  nominating convention at Nelson last  Thursday njght, state that the gathering was largely attended and most enthusiastic. Dr. Hostr of Nelson was  selected as the candidate, R. F. Green,  former M.P. for West Kootenay, haying been-appointed to the Dominion-  senate. _  A. G. Langley of Reyelstoke the  provincial mining engineer, was a Valley visitor a few days the latter part  of the   week,   and   along   with  B^fs*.S^.,a    I^SCbKl KLl^  T*ostoffice Blk.  CRESTON  {CRESTON CAFeI  I IS A GOODIEATING HOUSE f  Just drop ib and try  if we are not night.  OPEN 0.30 a.m. to 9 p.m.  RANCH FOR SALE  4} acres commercial orchard (400  trees 12 years old), on main road, j of  mile from Creston station, with three-  room cottage, pantry, storeroom and  cellar; barns and hay sheds, water on  premises. Also six acres partly improved   fruit  land.  , Terms.     Apply  : " ,**��������� . V ���������������  -^ '-YVVM  "Vj  ana  Geo. |Oh'is. Mniore, Creston.  C4  A full range of Men's Dress Shirts just  arrived-^-the   well-known  John.. W.  Peck  v^i& Company line.  Men's ' V* Neck Jerseys  mi  Men's Jersey Pullovers  A full Hne of Winter Goods in stock.  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