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Creston Review Nov 4, 1921

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 ,:X4X~, , rJ%JLA������..r ���������  s.  4 0.   - ���������  \januss4G4 x. vjrxst-^  .32  ��������� -n - ������SH**i������5sy**< TUerw*7*w*������*-������TB������f* __.  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Moot   awon   wjiwrvaiar-aHjiw  of- thei esveriin^iwas spent to playtog  luutowefe?^.games. Besides H^erat  contestsandracds,. the fortune tepitfe  was very amusing^ At irit^tdif 4&ra~  ns^r.ity sL^.nfe w^ ir.tr^uesd. -Jdst  &**w^'*QNS^  t    .������. whw wvina -psrsjy* was *neia. cat, Jawns  nxd&y afternoon in tbe scboottjou^e.  * Cakes, candies, %%m������ served. ajS^a'-Wft,  , joxdorsli&^f--. r������ad fine tiinie.  .^At������  </ao^**l������ut*ion sate *^as neldj*^ the  the nighefit bidders,  to tae piano fund.  Agafipin* the evening a whiei drive  was KflelfL a������hirf-t te-iut waII AMwcsne^Mt mmI  ;ec0rers������  Powers  .    ������������������ ~^Y**������*2*g|'������*?.  A cake donated  by Mrs.  was &ffij& aad netted $9.10.  * J"*    h-"** v "    "* "**  1^ IfnitedJ^mere were iiKmonth-  ly sewrfon on Thursday last, with Prea-V  tdenfc fPred Powers fn the chair. Data  tfoaM&*l!beeh collected re a tree prtuv  in8^*MSp3i and an: apple packing class  SeraS-wanra,  **~ r������ ���������*.* *."������S,-.**fJ  wiii,i������? doniuea 'a& yp^yutsxt. OB ������u������  comnjanlty^piano; !nje*evening closed  with tlie nationei anthem, and 'aU  wpnt'honte bkpnv if tired. Y   ^-  rrrrs-  O0utionors  Civston Wley  range ap^esip;  Canada or anyyrt' Wed.  and the  some pick and shovel -effort tor estri<-  cate brain -from the -nnderarounS  apartutent into which he"had crawled  to recover from a couple of rifle shot  W. Qr. Littlejohn .spent a couple o  days at Nelson the fore part of tne  Week, attending jthe Farmer-Labor  party nominatingconvention.      -    _  P.'.  &tj*^���������a-W-���������WX-���������^0~,   ~*-\~-_  ���������*x-x  -x-M* A. McKowan, who has heen in  Cranbrook for some timet returned to  Kitchener on Tuesday*   -~     ; ~   -  ^ R. Hunt of-Arnprior, Ont.. arrived  last'week on a yisit to bis brother, (J.  A, Sunt. ,  i ~. *  Painters are busy at present- iptro-  dweina' the KitcbeDer Hotel to a'a^b  coat of paints ,   , ^    -.  "- Mrs. Hodgero of Creston and Hits.  Lon;������ofJBHcR8on w������*re between trains  visitors witli Mrs. Hwut ou Sunday.  "V 0.^r ��������� i~   t X   -~   ..  JDrT Tbompson of Ottaw^, Ont.. was  a Kitch<pt������pr visitor last -weefe.    ^  -     {  ������r������33T  ?ihe Ztoiitft Coi  .adyirh&BSL. *������  " itish^domin-  ond beijt des-  whol* ������*t*^BrIt!������hJgnli)ire ^Ipo.come  fksatif*^^^'������sasfon^>i^Bt^^ *^nd in  Snows and McJnt<wbll!M8 the Oreston  Vi4l6|? t������k^ third pl^r.n: aC the 6'.-  ere������������nn!tsoi;t%emp^ , -* ~~ZZ  .^This'isjtlie eatfefa^g^ intelligence  Cabled Creston 'Ftiesdajg^roiu London,  38������alana. wbiere the awards io the big  Brifrlab Apple Show j^gfw Crystal P^l.  ace^were announced-jatrnday. " -  lirODexVOEwSnej .tlsar^obert Stark  ranch, cashed-oS flr^^riae .and the  W. 0. l^ttlej^nranctKl^cond, in tbe  fiverbos h-b*.C0~np0ti~m~^opea Ut all  t&e British ;o������?e-Ssefts:^onl^8, and in  which class tk&xe wa****^#*esceptionally  heavy entry list, ft^bci^&itisb Columbia points, due to tnwlvatfiety beinior  the! top favorite w!*3ii;^m!ii>!i apple  buyers, " - *-   ~W^  Robert Stark, wb^tweritv-two  boxes of Cox Orange*^wBr!e .awarded  second prise in tfie^Bs^gdeStsert apjple  class, also met with tJ^^t|onge8t kind  of competition infa:^p>f^^bich was  open io grow������rs ,of ^^wiipteTSritsV  empire.    -       ' ^;-^li^X- .*"*.,. -- -  , Theotb-CTekhitn^ow^eors^ntt^-^ps**^packages,^which werenfostly  Mr. F4t^ejohh7wl������������e,1������^i������W and-M^ 'apples, along with another 122fcb������aes  The so-called salubrity of the dipnate  atKuskanook has nothing on atinos*;  pheHc coiiditiona^tuiat'prev&Uat Slick-'  sop*. ThoR. J. Long ranch closed, the  -local ripe tonaato shipping ������*e������son wit-h  an export of almost" aftes*******-. crates Qm  October 25tb.   " "       '    *       -������>i������  v  '   -0 rt \ ���������P-J.  Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Lsve������j*se ent'Siv  tained at a most enjoyable house party,  at their home on Thursday 'night last,  at which cards end dancing, were the  IFiMiniMit  .       A*    uitktdf   t%vm. nriuat foil fr������  .v������������������ ...x,*M tt m vr      ���������....-tr     m.0���������     0.0.1^0^0  00���������.m   ������*v  Mr. and Mrs. BJ J.' Long, carcte being  followed by a tasty: supper",and the/a  dancing was������the order- of <the evening'  until 1.30.  ~ -       -, t.     >   \  Miss Pnddifin,* who has been" with  Mrs= W. V..3ackso������r ������t- West BJs-ssfe-  son for boksp months, left last ^eek for  Cripple Creek. Colorado, where site  willi-esidein future.  u  ~~j.    ^* ���������S*  *^**w  - mr* ' -xi    -���������m  _-���������  v- -*.  --*"     .    .y*   ]IJnt������^Bedsw*reilS������i^ft^lwdoi������in  Mrs. Wjlleoa of Erickson. 'who has | ions competition.   O&.W^althys neith  forwa^ cfe^nefor ������2Tmme to beforw  togmuc!nmp������i*ed in health.    , ������-������������������������        ..-*_������������-������.....  'Y^y^jdo not attend, and re-  "'j^rs.o; A.  Bmnf and  daughter,  if they cari-t, oikt agreement.      ciava. and Mies SobmMt. were  powd^forover an hour on Thursday fc^ta -fa* eeveral  months,  returnwl  oightlflst, on the fe^dioy? of poultry h<������Be oo Saturday.  ������*]|hvi^ayes+ V-Kev. *Lj Ae.\^Iames ������������f  Ovesttin" held  was aeeonjeaia o*fa^$:yr^^;S^nk&I^erv!ce'������^ tb������r*eb^^ on Sunday.  for^*^^^4B5^^^^J������^fr^������^ ^������ cfeiSdr^n of M&  l^weo-������!si*^ ^' ������i������^Jfo^-^s^ PetsssSiSa ������e?e fcjiptised.  men a&d copied their flocks ������f bisds.  compared with October.' 1820;  Srickson shipments last m<mtb show  ah increase of ahuost 125 per cent, over last year. "& ne: exports included w  caraof apples. 2 cars, of potatoes, 687  At a special meeting of the United  Farmers on-^Wednesday night. last it  was decided to send a del^ate to the  Farmer-Labor nominating convention ~  at Nelson on November' 1st, and E.  VanAckeran '-was tiie unanimous  choice as representative. Messrs Embree, Penson. Littlejohn and Cuming  atjbei*-de������Ltbe meeting - from, Erickson. ,  John-Vance, who Jmsb been a sunstroke patient at the" Cranbrook has-;  Eittdfor^tf^ psst ?4s -^eeks, arrived  oitfe a few days ago, his condition being, mucV improved. Mrs. Vance1  went to Cranbrook and aGcompanied  him back., i .-^   \ 4 y   -  V-- .   r   r        x. i-. i.  ut%������ and John Johnson wiii .start  work-in a few daysop 'a l*$s sklddinsr  contract they^faayejUst closed with  the Canyon. City Lumber Co. ^. yts *  -&Z ~~ " * P * ���������**'" - <  ^ -Martin Nelson rjT-febme fer a week  from Slocan; at wbjebupomt ha and L.  Mobei^hVve a tnf^ng cbntroct that  will keeoJ;bem busy for some time vet.  ZAJ Abbott is back again from Sask- *���������  afcehewan, where' lie  spent the past  $w months at Jiary������-st'and threshing  operations.    - I     -  r ^ .  Mr. and Mrs. VanAckeran and two  r������Vitlf?K*n   sftkiMr tyifJ* P|jO?SSe tftrwogrrts  t���������.~~- s_    .-a  tttrtsm hi *xr  were at*;Nelso������ a -couple of days early  in the week^���������where the two men were  *������,. xxjx^ mx...^ -,.*,* m..x..~v_a .mur-ir-m-iTf attendiuig"tlie Farmer-Labor political  ^app^"tharwet������!^ppedby *������\wnYe*!&is������-.    ~ ,  freight. " V   Miss Alice .Wood is a visitor with  Vall^s  and two third������*������on seyje^t Entries is a  showipg that will certomlyt^ke some  beating. P-P     _    - f *&&~ *t~.s - r-- -~.  That, Reentry list atf^abe show was  lanre. eawaciaffy f������<o������!S?*WXi-.-fs lisdscst  ed in theY fact * the: ������ixw" csedd- boxes  shipped ^>a^^eston^torVe*jftm to be  included in the Okanttg������A *������*���������**������& JtUdte^  expj^capjt������ipjtn |l*^������^^pa^ltS*^l>eing" \^~i~  of at least t������ro st^igfct ^i������qf exhlbi.|inc fmm,the station to.tho main road.  V  - Brickson -United Farmere meet in  November seKslon on Tuesday ^j^st, ,  at Jbne schoolhouse.     P    '-���������*���������'"       y  :'"���������>��������� j  Work started tbis ������yeek oii>the'ejection of the^ new-store building ^for  the-1 eo-<^pe>s*live ^a*saoin������tion' that> has  j-ecently been oreaniszed berep' __Th6  building is about 18 x Si feet, arid is  being erected close to ��������� t be station. M.  ^JSL Palmer is supervising its'construction, along, with a-couple  of lEMtses  The Trading Ck.mpanyBt^^h^add-  >ed bakers bread to^ the miftiiplioeHof  gQtfdS-SSj4SS31ft!!l       - -M-VLSm-HAlavrtti-- kxmXtmAt>t'  ottbe^taflf of life fB-Tupplied bjrthe  Norris bakery. Creston.'/ '���������.,  SltHiae*  Announcement is' made that a fowl  supper wiU be served in the Sirdar  scaoolhouse on Monday evening, November 7th.  Mrs.*,Hopwood of, Creston was ',_a  week-end *��������� visitor here with ber sister  Mrs. Whitesides.    - .  Mrs.,JDennes was a between-tralos  visitor at Cieston on'Friday.  Church of England seryj.ee is anoun-  ced for 10.80 a.m. at the schoolhouse  on Sunday.- The local congregation Is  buBy raining its assessment of -180 for  tjie M.8.C.C. fund; ,-.  After discontinuing operation*-** for  about ten dayti-rdue to the engines being required for work on the K.C.���������  tlje work trains resumed operations on  the fill at/tlpe Landing ou Monday.  ���������Mrs. FtHwaaa ot Ei-icttpon whb here  Saturday, snd pir������lded tit the piano at  the Bpcittl Club dance ut the school  that evening.  8. Pascntesso wasu buD|uess visitor ut  Creston on Saturday.  GRAND THEATRE   .  Novamter  5  .1  i The ladies ������^t Holy: Crosfr Church  were hostesses^ar a"decide4ly Bii^cess-  fid* concert an������^ whist in the Parish  Hall on Thursday night last. In spiUt  of the inclement wt-ather there -was  quite a large turnout, the card players  accounting for almost .twenty tables,  while the concert was a decided t? eat,  the* evening lieingva decidedly pleasant change from the usual routine of  church poeials. * Fnther."Bessette, was  riiHSter of rei*emonies, atid at cards two  ���������^cute?*! were, required 'to; decide the  winners of>the ladies' prizen. -^ For the  highjicor*' prise Mi's. Geo. Young and  Mrs. T.'Treyelyan were equalled and  iii the cut Mrs. Yonng1 drew* the high  card, Mia jraynejtnd MrsY'S. Sinn!!  tied for low. scoring honors, with the  latter winning in the caui cutting.* E.,  Taylor < mu.de the gentlemen's high  score, and M. Little was low scorer.  ' ,The concert pi-ogramme. was entirely  musical. Mr. ��������� Chorlton waB heard to  the usual good advantage in two Velio  solos, and Mesdames Cronaptim and  Garland were - equally - popular in a  couple piano duetts. The vocal wim-  taw wei-e a rnnple of well rendei-ed  boIoh by Mrs. Crompton; the quartette.  "Sweet und Low," by Mesdames Garland and Crompton,. and Messrs. R.  B. Staples und Capt. Crompton, was  enthusiastically lvcelVed. while tl\������  latter's two sidos,^**! Love the Moon,"  and "Bay of Biscay,** were timely and  popular numherr aitfsticully ro*ndered.  The thanks "of the i-hui-cn ladies are  extended Mrs. Garland and MeHars  Staples and Olioilton for-thelr co-operation in the^ inuBicid features, und to  those .whose assisted ^ilh the i-efrenh-  jiuents, - Capt. arid -Mrs. Crompton.  who sponsored the iiiukIcuI programme  are arcorded more thsn the lional meed  of praise for providing such' ti likable  concert menu. - >. After -paymg ull ^x  pensen the affair will net. tbe ladies  Keme$25.  tion fruit ttot  t*a������   KB������������MK   VMU   t^ra*������^.������  'r-mm-m-rm^-.f   j |^Q|jEU,iQ|UM -XxrMXmvSfSr^  "���������M'Vv'Y'Y'       V*.  has*been offl*aWly  CretMi w���������n������������,S fnends m   Smtt    ttSsyti   iitia  ���������iveek;     - "^        - -'"--  QMessis. Hewitt and Cook of Calgary,  wbopnrchased hjnad opposite the Hurl -  and Otto Johnson places^earlier inthe  IhVLx returned to C������myon at^ the end of.  tbe week to  matte their permanent  home here, Mr. Cook being accompanied by his wife and -daughter.     Their!  car.of effects j������me in  on  Monday.:  They cwill get busy, at clearing operations at once, it being Mi-. Cook's in-  ^ention.to goin for berries. .  -"  ;  Krlends of .Major and lMf������-' Bhrrilto  w^o Sel| her��������� abo^t^hr^^e������r������t s^gc^io-  "  inSaskat������hew^,,^SHrI^^hr *"  difct of that* vaj-i6ty will WW contend  er'for the trade on the English apple  market, with a Vidley, planting to tne  Cox that should makeCresion a con-  ������>iderable*expbrterof that variety nect  season. \ .     .        '  . Particularly in view oftheoutstand  ing success oft.be Creston fruit it-is  fortunate the Vallev bas Robert Stark  as a'personal representative at the big  fruit fahv     AmongBt tbe thousand of  -CttlierS at   thv  SliOw   Mi*.  Staik ib pe>  culiai'ly: well qualified to. extol the ad.  A'antages of the Creston district to interested *- ^parties, while thev awards  ������ainedjf*t*th*������lr*show v������l!! -^sm ������������|l the cu*-  rolwTratlve evidence necessary:to convince that'in the product of big^i clays  fruit the Valley ranks second pn none.  Great commendation .is;>������lso .due  Messi*, Littlejohn, Stark and J.ackson  for the splendid public Hpirit displayed  in going to no end of trouble to select,'.    ���������   ���������        A ..  Sack and ship���������to say nothing of the >gutter8eld     and     Rider   Andestad.  nancial   side of  the  incident���������the   Bv������*vyone had a Jim dandy fine time.  Complete new'  IndieH* rubbers.  v  state  :   I  '  and  **  A mystic love story of a  inaUt who led a life of  cotton and abnse % day  and; love a ancl ^ stlkw by  ��������� - night,    -  Foil SAi^B���������Thive husky yonng pigB,  $7,   Chait*. Mooi-e.  Wantibp*��������� Freeh  milch   cow, ���������  price. ' Kemp^E'riekimn*?** .  stock of mon'n  S. A* Sneers.  .    . iV- '  Let us fwme your pictures, ��������� prices  reaHunahle.      Asber's Btudlo.'CreBtori^  Ton Saius���������WoII bred driving horse  in good condition, or will-exchange for  good work horse.    Robaon, Wynndel.  M ATTitKsaBS For Sajub���������14 mattrcBfi-  es, all in fair shape 88 and $0eacb.  Apply Dong Barney,. Pacriflc JRestaor-  snt, next Mawson'w store.      f  *5* "Vrx'-if "������'  AttheftTniteBd-Farmers m^tft^on  Wednesday Ikst it was decided'to^send  five delegates to Creston to the meeting on Oct. 28th. A. H. Figgot -was  appointed-delegate from, this local to  attend the nominating convention at  Nelson on November let. Secretary  EL S. Butterfield bended in his resig  nation as he expects to be going to the  coast at an early date, and A. H. Piggot was appointed in. his place. The  new entertainment committee Is Sirs.  H. Rofiindale, Miss D, Butterfield a;t������d  M. J. Wigen.  The United Farmers had a dance in  the Clubhouse on- Saturday night  which' was w������*U attended, and the  crowd one of the liveliest. About,  twenty-five couples were on the floor  and the usual good quality of local  music was furnished by Mit-s D. Butterfield and  Messrs. M. Wigen. B. S.  prize winning fruit in the quantities  called for, while an equally hearty  vote of thanks is coming to Man������iger  ljoveday of Creston Fitiifc Growers  Union, who worked overtime In his  efforts to secure a representative dis  play of- Valley apples ut the nIiow, uk  well as doing no inconiiiderableamount  .of work getting all tin* needed information regarding tl\e exhibition and  looking after all the other details con-  nectied with the exhibit. -  The Valley show fruit will be sold  to the highest- bidder after the fair  clobi-s, and the Review hopes to have  a letter from Mr. Stark in . due conrne  adviwing as to what pi ices the upptes  brought, as well as giving a story of  the apple uhow In Btich details as will  he of local intercut.  Peter fibms.-is now busy o������t his contract to slash and., clear' the^ten-acresY  B. Lam'obt recentlvpu8chas������������backof  the Pochin place. . --    ^  EHeimon  TCWbCRtt FOR DEEPENING WCLL.  mXmammmm^mm       r *      *** J t * '  . Seiiled teitdeiM ���������^inV%^reeelved^)iy  the ti-uHiei-^ of';AU������ie���������������mma^-y&oUms\  W. Perclval of Yahk'^lB' a visitor  with KrlokHon fri<*ndH tJhts week, the  Kuoat of Mr. nnd Mm. R. Doodfc,  Wm\     l v  Mra. HaRklna Ie?t funt week on a  tnhort vivlt witl? frtend" at Strathmore.  Alta. Sho waa acnoinnunied by her  neice. Miss Hazel Rlndln, who has  Hpent the Bummerjiere. ���������  Tlie second csiv���������4in������l .liktilv -%~\\e lust  ���������of potatoes to ho Hhlp|>ed-tnlt season  from any Valley point, left IwiokNnn  )a������t week for Yahk, the J& W#'' KHhg-  ensmlth and B. Hafaklns mn) ban"ooiu-  blnlhg to make up the SQ(ton car. r  Mi-b. and the MIhb������*h Jonwen of Card-  Hton. Alta., who have bt>en gueat* of  Mrs, Jim. Lnckhei^v/fillv the past  iiutnth, loft for home on Saturday,  ������������������- While,libroiu) along, Go������t Mountain  \������ri. Saturday endeavoring'." to earn a  dividend .on'htt) big game Ilconno by  %kIng,a*doer 6r two,, P,,���������;3, Kllng������������-  unti.h was fcrtnn&i^ In lwggSi;g'iblack  l>������������������r, which he finally captured after  ������������������i;.  'A,  >.:  'Amtm^h  O. J. Wigen and A. H. Piggotrleft  ^ir'Mon^ay for Nelson tn attend the  Farmer Labor" partv nomination convention in that city.     They expect to  be back Wednesday.  D. SutcliftV arrived here fur anothei  yiKJt from Riondel, on Monday; and is  looking up old acquaintances.  Mi', and Mrs. H. Rosindate wew  hostB at a most enjoyable haiiowe'en  party on Monday night. Dancing and  gkmes were the order of the evening  and, &bubuu) with all of thoir parties,  everybody had a most enjoya bie time.  Another enjoyable hallowe'enoath-  ering was at the home of Paul Hagen  when about twenty of the juvenile cit-  leens hnd the finest kind of a timo and  an equally satisfactory lunch, the celebration not breaking up till after  midnight.  S. R, Kelly, who haa been at Watts-  burg for the punt six monttiu. returned  on Monday, and is the guest of Mrs.  Joy. He expects to be leaving for  England ahout the end of Noy em ber.  Jan. Garden, who has been Working  on.the T. W. Davies place nil summer  left for Coleman on Sunday, and ex-  fleets to make hlri home In that vicln-  ty all winter.  O. H. Dodge of Pincher Creek, Alta., ib now the ow ner of the Anderson  place, and is busy putting it in fihape  for next Bpring,  M. O. Ringhelm and his daughter-  in-law. Mrs. H. Ringhelm, arrived  home from Saskatchewan on Saturday  and figure on spending the winter at  Wvnndel,  " H. Ringhelm arrived here on Wednesday from the prairie with a car of  horses, stuck and household etlects and  figures to make htti home here in the  -"futurfl. Ilk reports: thing very alow  nn then- prairie jnftt now.  ������w(-**r*-'  ' A Midnight Romance  The Grand Theatre announces that  Saturday night it will present,.Anita  Stewart in "A Midnight Romance.''  a fascinating story of mystery and romance. The production was directed  by Miss Lois Weber, from the story  ������������<jrge*ted by Marion Orftb.  The events pictured take place at  Sea View Hotel, a society- resort.  Here Marie Alexander, a hotel maid,  played by Miss Stewart, upsets the  bachelor vows of Roger Sloan, a wealthy young guest, thereby becoming an  innocent accomplice in the plan 'of two  Eletters to make Sloan the victim of a  Inckmailing 'scheme. No sooner is  Sloan saved from their machinations,  than he discovers that the mysterious  maid is "bo other than the beautiful,  charmingly gowned vision whom he  bad met on several ticca-dons in the  hotel gardens j-md on the beach at midnight. Before bo can recover from the  surprise she disappears, and tbe mystery surrounding her deepens. And  when he again finds herit Is under circumstances and in surroundings more  startling and'unexpected than those  that attended his discovery of her as a  chambermaid.  Saturday, Nov. 12  Tbe Last of  tha Mohicans  from the t well-known book  by #T. Fennimore Cooper P^������iis^isiSiSP^P^^ipp^^^^P^^^^������l  SK&KfeftrB  t'm*}-������r}'i  i*i*K5Si  X.;Sg;?  !<SS'*'^'SW^P^^Sl������������*pe������*"si?'  :i-������i  Si?  ZP'PpippZ*.  &r^msmm-ss:  W-LLS&-  mmmimmrmm  ii^^������i^������i^^^^w^^^^^^^s  :TPP;,;:' ;���������: R$T!^  DISTRESS IN THE THROAT  CAUSED GREAT ANXIETY  Not an uncommon esperieh.ce, was  that of Mrs. H. S. Wilmot, of Shuiee.  N.S.: "Many remedies failed,' still  splendid results were found in 'Catarrhozone.'      I have been    a    most {  =3  ion that she knew more of Beulah's  intentions than she had^cared to_ admit. Only with Allan his relations  remained unchanged; indeed, the' attachment between the two grew deeper. . " The ypung man aOvided any reference*^ Beulah; what'he felt in his  -own heart hejiept to himself, but the  father 'Shrewdly guessed" thai he-rlaid  the" whole blame on TraversT  So the summer wore on; the black  dreadful    sufferer    from    Bronchial i bosom of the fallow field widened day  trouble and Catarrh. On damp days  1 would hawk and suffer great distress  In my throat. I .used All kinds of  medicines but didn't get permanent  relief till I used Catarrhozone. -It  strengthened my throat, stopped my  cough, and made me well." Try Catarrhozone yourself���������see what wonders it works on a bad throat, or colds,  catarrh, bronchitis. Different from  the old way, because you breathe Catarrhozone. Get the dollar outfit  which includes the inhalei* and last  two months. Small size 59c. Deal-1  ers, The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  Tlie  a jLomesteaaera  ���������r BY  ROBERT J, C. S.TEAD  Published By Special Arrangement With the Author.  (Continued)  During the drive homeward his  thoughts persistently turned to the  share his wife had had h������ Beulah's departure," and his feeling toward Mary  grew more and more hostile. Not  that* he altogether disbelieved her  wht^i she professed ignorance of the  young couple's intention;. he could not  go so far as to think that she had lied  to him, but he was inwardly convinced that she had at least an inkling" of  their plans** and'-that, ��������� so far from attempting to dissuade them, she wag  really In-sympathy with their wild  escapade. Harris was very fond of  his wife, who* had shared -with him  all the hardships of pioneer life,*and  who, he admitted, had been a faithful  and devoted helpmate, and her deser-       tion of him in the present crisis was j i^s route.   She tore the envelope open  therefore all the less to be excused   nervously and devoured its contents  by   day,   and  the   smell   of  growing  wheat filled the dew-laden evening air.  The picnic season, the time.of athletic    competitions,    baseball   matches  and rural socialibilitV, rolled by,*"but  Harris scarcely-knew of its passing.  He had long" ago ceased to take any  personal interest in the frivolities of  the neighbourhood; he saw in picnics  and baseball games only an unprofit-.  able  misuse   of  time, ,and" when  he  thought of them at all it was to congratulate himself that Allan was not  led    away    by any such foolishness.  Finding no great happiness in his own  home, he had fallen into the way of  walking  over  to  Riles's  on Sunday  afternoons, and the .two spent, many  hours In discussion of their proposed  land-seeking expedition..  Meanwhile Mary plodded along with  her housework, toil-fog doggedly from  five in* the morning until half-past  nine or ten/ at night. Beulah's departure had left all the labours of the  home upon her hands; her husband  had made no suggestion of securing  help, and she had riot asked any. The  new man made%o offer to milk any of  the cows; a dozen hours in the field  was day enough for him, and whatever  time was over he spent smoking  cigarettes in the shelter of the barn.  Allan occasionally did help with'the  milking, and more frequently with  ^turning- the separator, but it was so  late when he stopped his work in the  field she was sorry for him, and tried  to have the milk cleared away before  he arrived on the scene. One or two  postcards she had had from Beulah,  but they brought no great information-  They came in the open mail; tier husband was welcome to read them if he  chose, but as he had sought tiis own  company exclusively since Beulah's  degapture she made no attempt to  force them upon him.  At last'oneShornlng cante a letter,  a big fat letter, left in by an neighbour passing by, as 'the custom was  for any settler going to town to bring  out the. mail for those who lived along  or condoned. Y He resolved, however,  that there should be no open breach  between them; he would neither scold  nor question her, but would impress  her with liis displeasure by adopting  a cold matter-of-fact., speak whe"n-  you're-^poken-to attitude "toward her.  -Under the circumstances it was not  remarkable that Harris's work-*:began  to loom larger than ever in w his life.  The space left vacant 1E% his aaiighter  he filled with extra, energy driving the  great ploughs through the mellow  summer-fallow. A new tank-man  was engaged, and the rumble of the  engine was heard up and down the  fields from early morning until dai'k.  From his wife he held aloof, speaking  with strained courtesy when speech  was necessary. She, in turn, schooled for years in self-effacement, hid  her sorrow in her heart, and "went  - about her work with a resignation  which he mistook for cheerfulness,  and which confirmed him in his opin-  with hungry eyes.V  ; "My Dear Mother,  f'Here I am, in the shadow^pf the  Rockies.      That may sound^poetical,  It is still early  in "the evening, but the sun has dis-   ana  i  Manitoba has made good, for all the  doubters,  and this bigger WCst will  do the same, on a bigger scale.     As  we rolled along through that tinbrok-  en prairie, with here andsthere a great  herd of Hors.es "oxi. cattle in-.the. dis1  tance, 1 felt^at last tha������'I was really,  beginning. to\.live<%   N������i* thst-I .was  doing anything^graijd exsrthan^ running  away from home, buf's'till that'feeling*  came over me^--the feeling that here  was a country where things were going touhappen, and that I was going  to play some part in their happenings. \  .-"Well, if I ramble on like this it'll"  be a real book after all.      Calgary is.,  the big cow-town of the West* juipt be-'  ginning to aspire to higher���������^or'ldvrer  (there'^s a v real question* ,-there) ���������Civilization, and mixing* schaps-i,and*silks  on its streets in a strange struggle between the past and the future. " But  my stay there was short, as t was able  to catch my .branch train ^ with little  delay, and that "night saw' me at Arthurs'  nearest   station.      The   homestead rush is on here in earnest; the  trains are crowded, mostly with" Americans, and the. hotels are simply spilling over.      They're a motley crowd,  these homesteaders.     Down with us,  you know,' the settlers were looking  for homes, and a chance to make a  living, but up here   they're   out   for  mnnav���������.tlio    Irwricr    m*po-n       +Tnv\r    *f������-a 11     \t  Their idea is to prove up and sell  their lands, when they will'eithei* buy  more or leave the country. But the  great point is that they are after  money rather than homes. They belong to a class which has been rushing for a generation ahead of a wave  of high l#nd values���������I heard a man  say that in the train, and I made a  note of it���������they're-rovers by birth and  training, with no great home instinct.  .To them one "place is as good as another���������provided always there's money  to be made there���������and one flag is almost as good as another. Of course  this will right itself in time; the first  flood of land-seekers are soil-miner,s,  but the second are home-builders���������the  man said that too; you see I'm picking  things up; I want to know about  something besides the weather���������and  when that second flood comes .this  country won't know itself.  "But to come back to the hotel;  that's what I did whenM had taken  a good walk about the little town, and  admired-'myself almost homesick looking at fine horses tied to hitching-  posts and fine men swaggering about  in the abandon of cow-boy costumes.  One thing I have learned already, and  the discovery shocked me a little at  first; the cow-boy considers himself  better clay than the farmer���������the 'sod-  buster' he calls him���������and treats him  with good-humored contempt. I  wanted to ask someone about Arthurs,  Mrs. Rose M. Brown  y-^mP*%'9mW^i-tLtL'%m!^Ja-   ta&\jr.-.jay;/ %^%*������.*.������.*V^*LKJ  ? y .-- '���������','���������" *"'y-r     %'  .' -     fy  Itr Four *W#eki Time  >.  ���������>X-  fr  Declares Xt'^ Simply Aston*  -   ing   Ts   See-The  Wonderful Benefits She-Has  Derived ,From Tanlac ���������  ���������Says Terrible Headaches  ^Have Disappeared.   .  D  "It sounds unreasonable, but I have  actually gained 20 pounds in less than  a month's time by^ taking Tanlac and  the wonderful benefit* I have derived  from the' use of this medicine Is simply astonishing," said Mrs. Rorge M.  Brown, ill Third Street, -Manchester, N. H.  "Why, I am so happy to be relieved-  of my troubles , I can really never  praise this medicine enough. Up to  the time I began taking Tanlac, \ suffered for something-over > two years  with a very ' bad form of stomach  trouble.  "My appetite was so poor I could  scarcely eat a thing. My stomach  would be so badly bloated with gas  sometimes I was almost afraid to go  to bed for fear I would actually smother. I felt tired and worn out' most of  the time and became terribly discouraged .over my condition. I often had  such violent headaches. I,was* unable  to be out of bed for two or three days  at a stretch.  "Four bottles of Tanlac completely  restored my health and anyone can  see at a glance the wonderful change  that has taken place In my condition.  I have a splendid appetite' aow and  the stomach trouble has entirely dis-" aches and this was the greatest relief  appeared. I can eat just anything I of all. P'want (to tell everybody "what  want -without ever feeling a sign of -this medicine has done for me.v  indigestion. ������ The best of all, --I am J Tanlac is sold by leading druggists  never bothered any more with head-1 everywhere. \ '  MRS. ROSE M. BROWN'.  to  inquire  in the  appeared behind the great masses to   hotel.      There was a lot of drinking  - ���������-���������*..,.*���������   ..--       , .., going on there.      But near "the door  Nervous  Breakdown  The extreme depression and  discouragement which comes over  one at times is the most alarming  symptom of nervou3 exhaustion.  This letter is a message of hope  to all who find themselves in this  unfortunate condition.   ,  Mrs. Geo. T. Tingley, Albert,  N.B., writes:���������  Tor "yew*'.I wm in ��������� very nervoui,  run-clown condition, w������* much deprew-  ed in npiritu and tutferedl ������ great deal  at time������. The lean noiie would irritate me and at time* 1 felt a������ though  I certainly would go crazy, I con-  ���������lilted different doctor* to no effect.  *'A friend advueJ the vuts of Dr.  Chase'* Nerve Food and 1 can trjiljr  te������t������fy today to the great benefit*- received. The*��������� wa* ������ marked change  before f had font bed the lecond box  %ad when I had med * dozen boxet  rtiy nerve* were thoroughly restore^ ������nd  t w������������ entirely relieved of tho*J terrible  feeling* 1 "led to have. 1 nhall ever  he ready to te������tify to the -benefit* of  thi* wonderful medicine, feeling sure  that St will give to other* ithe quick and  permanent relief it h������* given tne.'*  Dr. Om**"* Nerve Food. 50c  a box, aU dealers, or Edmamon,  Bales* & Co., Ltd, Toronto,  rr"  w.  tc  ti  nn  the west, iand the valley which^ my  window overlooks is filling up with  blackness. .fTfee .-Vqthurses are pure  gold, and TVhave told them everything. They don't blame anyone, not  even father. How is he? Slaving  as usual, I suppose.  "Well, I; must tell you about my  trip. When I left the house that  night I had no idea where I was going, but the simplest thing, seemed  to be to go first tb Plainville. The  North .Star led that way, and it seemed a guide to follow. As I walked  the lights came out in the Arctic sky  ���������a great bow of them, spelling and  fading in their delicate tints. I.  watched them and plodded alon������, trying, not to think very much about anything.  "You've no Idea how   heavy   that  suit-case got, but I took my time, as;  there was nothing to gain by reach>  ing town before daylight.    ,.When I  got there it struck me it might be a  good plan to have some breakfast, so  I walked, round to Goode's boarding-  house.     Mrs.    Goode    was   bustling  about,    and    received me with open  arms.      'Well,  my Land!   if it ain't  Bexinah  Harris!'  she  exclaimed���������she  always called me Beunah���������'Goodness,  child1, what are* you doing about this  early in the morning?     But there, I  needn't ..ask, Unowin' whatva worker  your father Is.      I'll be    bound    he  drove you in before sunrise to lose na  time with his ploughin'.    Well, thafs  what makes the mare go.     I wish my  man had some of it���������he's'snorin' ud  on the  second  floor at this minute  like to lift the shingles.     I, often say  to myself, 'For the littlo he does and  the lot hc eats the Lord knows what  keeps him so thin.'     (It's a grievance  of   Mrs,   Goode's . that her husband  won't fatten up; she thinks it's a reflection on-her cooking.)     'And with  your suit-case!     You'll bo taking tho  train?     West, Is it, or East?     But  you'll  be  hungry,  child.      Tako  off  your things there while I sec to my  buns���������-I always give the boarders hot  buna for breakfast���������-' you know how  Bhe rattles on,     But she's   a   good  soul, lf a- bit conceited ovor her cooking, and wouldn't take a cent for my  keep either.     Of courBo   sho   didn't  wait for me to answer hor auestions,  and she really flugRostcd    the    plan  which I took.    Artor breakfast I went  over to thc station, and. aaked what  tho faro was to ArthtirB'   station;    I  found I had -enough money for the  trip, and I bought n ticket without  further ado, ���������*  "I won't try to toll you all -about my  trip���������It would take t. book, But what  a country It Ib! Of courwe I had  learned In wchool that there wa������ about  two feet of map between the Ilod Rivet' and the HocklpH, but thero'fl only  one way to know how big it In, nnd  that'ft to travel lt, If you've got any  Imnglnation at all a trip over iheae������  enorrnouH pralrlew tmint not It RtlrrtaK.  h'ov tlio moht pail there's no octtle-  ment; not n hounn, nor stack, nor any  Al������n of life. Tretty much liko Manitoba wan, I KUftHfl, whon you first ������nw  It, but biKK������r tin*- Kriwdftj-, and more  <ntff������e������tive of tho future/    You flee.  were two young men talking, and I  overheard oneesfbf them mention  Ar  thurs' name. Pulling myself togelher,  I asked him If hie could tell me where  Arthurs lived.  " 'Yes, miss,' he answered, lifting a  big' hat and showing when he spoke a  clean set of teeth. 'It's twenty-five,  miles up the river. Were you expecting him to meet you?'  "I explained that I had intended to  drop in on them by surprise", but I had*  had no idea they lived so far  town.  (To be^continued)  l**1������M������.JI<i  Reporters   have   been   admitted  to  the British Parliament since 1835.  Use  mm K  4JUII    TVIDIU    LSU9I   0-    xsiSSU-CICg  RECOMMENDED*^SOLD' BV DRUGGISTS f*������QPTICIAti3  t&teiTE fqr Free eye book, murime co. chjcag������ Y'i;;V..Yv,  -,-���������> - -- ������" "^:>?:������v*^&^ ;\x *'"���������:"'������������������;.*���������; -���������     -<  ��������� y-- '^-^y;,  r. ;^*  -'*<".'>, 'V*' -**���������" '*.*'  ���������->, .>"*\^*V*ff������Ja?������d  ./   i     ���������% J"1  't.ljZjys.t/a'xl  '-l<*'l.������%'-&.~  '.i>TMT-  ��������� ������������������ '* -vJKfi'  \y  ���������^jL  )&m  Jr .  i rm.^  he JMuystoste Lighthouse  of   Wood   In ^  First  One  Was  Built  .       1696.  World Hkpperimgi  Briefly Told  .* The IjJddystone rocks are In the  English Channel, nine miles south of  the Cornish coast, and fourteen miles  southwest of the Plymouth1' breakwater. They "are - submerged when  .the ^tlde is in, and tfie ..water found  them varies from 12 to 16 ������ fathoms.  In consequence of the frequent shipwrecks, Mr. Winstanley, In 16^6, planned and built a,' lighthouse of "wood  100 feet high. , So confident-was he  of its safety, that he lived ia it himself, and expressed a wish to be in it  when the wildest storm that ever blew  should cornel        .    -  In 1703 a great storm raged. Before . Its. full force broke, a , passing  boatman . warped, Winstanley of his  danger; ang, offered, to take him oft..  He refused, but, when, after three  awful days, the storm subsided It was  found that the lighthouse and inventor had been swept away.  nrnniR_  1  John Boyd Dunlop, known as the inventor of the pneumatic tire, died in  Dublin, aged 81.   \  A bandit held up a "drug store in the,  heart of Vancouver and took $65 from  the till, while the street was thronged  with a theatre crowd���������and two policemen were exchanging small talk 50  yards from the store entrance. _  By his expressed wish, Samuel Rich-  ard Grubb, ^a - large Tipperary landowner and * deputy lieutenant of the  county, was' buried on the remotest-  part of the mountain overlooking his  rxctt-nXri ��������� J  ^       Y*  The Department-of Finance, Ottawa,  acknowledges receipt "in an envelope  postmarked, "Ottawa, Oct. 22," of $6.  \A slip of paper contained in the en--  ���������velope     was     marked     "conscience  money."  i jli'ffi  SSTriipiJe.   ufiTitni.S  SH  au  iUltOiJuG-  bile forced the driver of a mail truck-  to stop on lower Broadway, New York,-  while they 'rifled the truck of* four  pounches of registered mail valued at  $1,000,000 by postal' authorities.  Reuter's correspondent at Sydney,  Australia, cables that reports from  various districts in New South Wales  Indicate "an unusually prosperous season for dairymen, graziers and farmers. -There have been prolific herbage and cereal crops which promise  excellent results.  That an insurance- conapaayLis, not,  liable to recoup an "'insured" motorist"  for damages" he may\,have^tS pay for.  injuries inflicted .by him while drunk,  is the decision of the-appelate division  in a judgment given at ^Osgood������ Hail,  Toronto, upholding a-.decision by-Justice Middleton. '     *  Soldiers hurriedly compelled the  evacuation of the population in the  * vicinity of the fort" at Aubervilliers,  two miles outside . Paris, when fire  broke out and caused the explosion  ol gas and other shells. The ^fort is  one of the chain of-40 forts surround-  $������*^-������   T^������ *-������f ***  iuuiui uuii&d, K&au mid  If you are bothered with pimple?,  rashes and ugly blotches on your face,  if your complexion Is ..sallow, it's an  evidence that you require Dr. Hamilton's Pills to tone up the blood. One  of fcliese splendid ~ regulating pills  "makes a complexion like peach bloom  ���������cheeks soon become rosy, leyes  brighten, you again look the picture  of health, look and fe������l well because  you use Dr. Hamilton's Pills, of Mandrake and Butternut, 25 c at all dealers  or The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.- *  Aiberta Ships Large Woo! Clip. '  More than two million pounds of  wool were clipped from Alberta.sheep  this year, and 1,927,000 pounds have  been shipped east for~sale. Members  of the Southern Alberta Wool Growers  produced' 1,500,000 pounds, the remainder coming from EdmoT������ton5 L-a combe,  Vermilion and other points.  All over baby** face'. - Came in 3  wstes bUstetfli And then formed a solid !  scale. " Began^to itch and burn ao  had to bandage his hands as he  wanted to 8<iratch. Face was badly  disfigured. Trouble lasted 4 months.  Began using Cuticura Spap and Ointment. JJsed one cake^Soap.and one  fcos Ointnfcnt v?hsn ..he'was* healed.  YFro-qj signed 1 statement of "Mrs.  Albert laite^VW&enberg, -jj/afo, p ;  A For evwy .purpose of, the'toilet*;  .cuticura Soap; Ointment and Talcum are supreme."  Soap 25c, Ointment 28 and 50c.  Sold  throughouttheDominion. CanadianDepot:  Lyaasss. Liafisied, Sfc. P*wl St., Montreal.  ~ iticuraSs^efea-yeswiih-Jtttssas.  evening ^owe  Of Taf f at  Gb  10  And Brocade  Good Sunflower Yield.  A yield of 160 tons of sunflower silage from nine acres from the farm of  C. B. Thomas and Son, near' Lloydminster,, Alta.,-is, reported. Five acres  of spring plowing yielded 14 tons. The  cost of this, forage crop, after paying  all expenses for plojwing,- cultivating,  seed, rent and all harvesting' opera-  .tio^s, and allowing ten per cent, for  depreciation of equipment, was within  a fe'w cents of ?2.00 a ton.  The Druggists AU Agree  That "Putnam's" Is Best  The Oldest , corn remover on the  market is Putnam's Corn Extractor,  and it is the -best. Your corns will  all drop-out after a few treatments  with this painless remedy. Failure  impossible. Refuse a substitute for  !*jfUtnam?s,Y 25c' every w hex e.  ZAM-BUK is acknowledged  the most scientific and most reliable preparation yet discovered  for injuries and skin disease.  Yet"It costs no more than vastly  inferior salves and ointments.  Nothing else has the same  marvellous soothing, healing  andantiseptic power as this pure  herbs! Zsns-Buk. Use it for all  your skin troubles���������from Cuts,  '. Burns, Scalds and Sore Hands,  to Chronic Eczema, Ringworm,  Poisoned Wounds and Ulcers.  NEVER BE WITHOUT ZAM-BUJS.  uqss Far rfor��������� i&a! G&si  Than a Score Boxes  of Ordinary Saive  - *" Econonsicals  Hubby.���������If that medicine makes  you feel worse, why do you take it? r  Wifey.���������"I'm not going to pay $2  for medicine and then waste it.  HEALTHY CHILDREN  ALWAYS SLEEP WELL  The healthy child sleeps well and  during its waking hours is never cross  but always happy and laughing. -������ It  is only the sickly child that is cross  and . peevish. Mothers if your children, do not sleep well; if they are  'cross and cry a great deal give them  Baby's Own Tablets and they will'  soon be well and happy again. The  Tablets *are a* mild-, but -thorough laxative which regulate 'the Jjo^els. sweeten. theY stomach; banish Constipation,  colic and indigestion- and ..promote  healthful sleep. They are absolutely  guaranteed free from opiates and may  be., given to the new-born babe with  perfect safety. They are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  New Building Material  Straw Mixture Said to bc Moro Durable Than Concrete.  * Investigations conducted by experts  at Alberta University have satisfactorily proved the possibility of making a  building marterial ouCof straw. By a  secret process chopped straw is mixed with other ingredients and the .resulting composition is said to be a material capable of v withstanding more  -severe tests than concrete. With the  enormous quantities=of; straw available  from* the grain crops of the prairie  provinces, little economic use of which  Is made at'present, t^.e success of the  new material may revolutionize the  building trade in the ���������west.  "By Marie Selmont.  Taffeta and brocade in golden,  brown tones are interestingly combined in the* fashioning M rt"h,is attractive*?  evening goyno. for autumn. Touches  of dull orange atod_ blue are also noted  in the brocade-and, the former shade  is used -to line the overskirt ttiat has  ������-������     fl ri ������������������������? ������ ������������������-#    1-t*./���������***. ������i *1*i*ti r*t*    *������T* nn+   +1-������*������    wn ipfKn^  Bronze beads girdle the low waistline  and make a striking decoration- for  the front of the skirt where they are  finished with beaded tassels: -Strands,  of beads strap th* shoulders. A noticeable feature" of this gown Is th������  length of the*-skirt.  jftTPHJiA  \ iu t   when  jfUU      U������,     JL0X.  Chase'a_OInt-  Yoa are not  ex p for linen t-  __     iioe  igffM'ffB  ment for Eczema and "siTia   Irritations.   It relie-ves at once and gradually heals the Skin.'".*Staiple box Dr.  Chase's Ointment ireovit .you'jnentlon this  Saper and send 2c. stamp for postage.   60c. a  ox: all dealers or Edmonson* Bates & Co,  Limited, Toronto.  , ,.*"-,  MONEY ORDERS  XJoiuioioa Express ilonay Order; nre oa  sale in fire thousand offices througHout Canada.     ' *���������      ' '___-   IF IT IS  The Chinese and Japanese in their  fables regard the milky way * as a  stream containing silvery fishes. vAf-  rican Bushmen and'American Indians  associate it with lights guiding the  paths cf wandering spirits.  gu&$$  it-  When you can know about it?  Y  Suppose a guide said���������  .  "This way there's a s^fe and pleasant  road to your destination, with no risks or  troubles on the way," and--     /  ^'That way there's a road that a good  many haye-stalled on and turned back  from, but you may^ get through."  i.'      Which would you take?  Postum is a thoroughly agreeable and  satisfying meal-time drink, and you're  sure that it's perfectly safe for health.  Tea and Coffee contain drug qualities  which disturb the health of many.  Postum or tea and coffee? Whlcli road?  Why guess when you can know?  * ' * m*'"'*4ta4mmmM4im -*    ��������� ^ .    .     . ������*Mi^ii*������MWWW>lM***t>  .Poatum'ftom'-M In two form*t-Instant Poetum(In tln������)  nude Insumtly In tbe cop by the addition of botUnf ymat.,  P-etau. Catatd (In packagn at Ur������*r bulk, for tho** who  prefer to mxita the drink while tb* maul it being pravataii)  Attuata by bolUng for ao tndnttUt.   Sold by all groceMta,  .'-.���������  Postum for Health  mi Iill ""i'T" ������' Y" mmmmwmurp  DANDERINE  How's This?  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will do  what wo claim for, it���������rid your system of  Cntarrh or Deafness caused by catarrh.  We do not recommend it tor any other  disease. /  . HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is a  liquid, taken internally, and acts through  tho blood upon the mucous surfaces of  the system, thus reducing the inflammation and assisting Nature in restoring  normal conditions.  All Druggists. Circulars free.*  P. J. Cheney & Co., Toedo, Ohio.  Stops Hair  Coming Outs  Thickens, Beautifies.  -p "i ���������  GOITRE  -   There la,ono remedy, one^iuality.  n     "one   result���������guaranteed,-; the   un-  'excelled,** be-gt --^ '";  -jDr.-Tefft's  flrtrHrmgx     nPn������*ftj������*t-*Bl*S������rai"  r*j*ajM.*4M.%r      j.xve*vuiviiw  Z -*Xtt\Jt*Xi-  "SICCANTIA"  1  ���������*&*     "������<���������*���������    --^        ^T       0+., ~-  ���������* J.-~^'.-3r     1*4 m-.^.A     . v  -VjTiht'e' to-*' fuHVand~-Yrece-  information direct to  7 -ly .   **  ������ i   ���������'   -. i  Or.-   Tefft's "Laboratory,  110 M Grace St., Toronto.  ss������������  hm:  P5A  v ��������� s ��������� -  AaserlM*^ Pioneer  Doe Remedies  :BOOK.ON  DOG . DISEASES  and How to  Peed  Mailed    Free    to    auy  Address   by  the  Anthor  H.   CLAY .GLOVER  CO.,   IXC,  11J������     West    31st-street.  - New V^rl*.  U.S.A.  Trout From Far North  First Shipment Made From Plant at  Black Bay.  ��������� A scow load of lake trout has readied' the town of'McMurray from tho  Mackenzie Basin Fisheries   plant,, at  Black Bay on Lake   Athabasca,   and  further shipments, It is expected, will  be made before tli^e close of navigation  on. the big river.     This is the first ^  shipment of northern lake trout that  has reached McMurray' for-shipment ]  to   the   markets   of Canada and tho J  United States, and demonstrates one  vi -tho^unbounded rdsoui'ceS of the untapped regions which lieN beyoiid the,  Athabasca. .   Zn      o  36-cents buys a bottle of "Danderine at "any drug store. After on������ application you cannot find a particle of  dandruff or a falling ha-lr. Besides,  every hair shows new life, vigor,  brightness, more color and abundance,  Cook's CottoQ Root Compofli!^  A ~~\f-i eel-obit r-t,\tlalino  median*.   Bold In three dc-  frxtt* of Btrencth���������No.  1. 311  Jo. 9, $3; No. 3, $5 par box*  ���������" ���������-- jj| drU-frintfl, e "  oa receipt et  BolJ by ������ll dru-frutfl, or sen.  prepkld on receipt ot price.  Tx..-     pamphlet.       Addrca**.  THC COOK MEDICINE CO4  T0I0ITO.ONT. {turn*. WUiur.)  .^N  Drives Asthma UkoJMiaglo. The  immediate help from Dr. J. D- Kellogg's Asthma Remedy ) is ��������� apparent,  Nevertheless it is only a natural remedy used In u natural way. The  smoke or vapor, reaching .the most  rem6to -passage of the affected tubes,  brushes aside tho troiible and opens a  way for fresh air to enter. It ta sqld  by dealers throughout the land.  ,\  .*.* .   ..,       11 .. .Z.,i, .L,. ';���������'��������� ?'':'i^  Vone of the mysteriea) connected  "with sunspots is tliolr appearance in  larger numbers than usual every  eleven years or so.'. ,"    '  .C^Nfln  *������?*\z\  The ivto extremes in human hair  aro that yt tho Negro, nat in section  and curly, and that of the Mongolian,  which la round nnd straight.  IK^S  iW*%  Minard's Liniment for JDIeWmper  vtimmamamaimM  W.   M.   U.   1302  A Supply of "Clark* Good  Things, all ready to serve'  provides; a cjiolce of many  excellent dlslte* for every  occaaion, without hours of  cooking. For a Mtlsfyini.  tatrengthenlnf meal, aerve  Clark's Pork &  Beans  WITH CHILI, TOMATO OR PLAIN SAUCB  A real treat Every bean cooked just rifht la tht  great Clark arena. Never hard, never muihy,  and the le-uonlng lt deUcloua.  At Deelere Krerywhere      ' -     ���������  ���������A'-'b-l-.X  't<l������������   ***iflf>*f>TM<e^Hr  .������ ..tx.  yap:. ;...������-,,,   '      .���������     .,        ri   ji--       "i  rr,~i  . ���������i^,i!jtmii'0i.fi^^ii.r-*t4.mm,i4ittrV!tiv^ii^,.0iirvx-''00  4>i������  -^  rfPT*  Cli*-.'. '  it V wJfl  0i0&tmi^im^  ���������0.' -  .iti'.:*",  l i*������v <.*>*>'^V *���������* 1  "'   'i'.V ^���������>^e-'**-T"~���������rrsr.  -^r^-O-lrll" t't^S  '      l-'in^~.r{'-ir   r   x.      'AV  XHB CBESTOH  BBVIBW  THE CftESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  ^fesprfptloa s S&SC-a^eatr in advance.  53.00 fco U.S. points,   -  C. F. -HATTB3, Editor and Owner.  ORESTON, B.G^ FRIDAY; NOV.   4  LETTBJJTOTBEEOpi j  fl/fU  ~0A~m~  VMm-   rrrH->������������  -KfSmmSm*  m at~~t~.  Editor Bbvikw:  SIR,���������I notice by your last  issue that Mr. Edmondson is at  st again. Apparently incompetent,  and nnahle to refute the tacts and  figures brought out in criticism of  his irrigation scheme, he continues  .his carKpaign of ridicule and abuse  in a small bit of half-baked dogger  el to which no self-respecting man  would care to affix his signature.  This low dowj2 parody on legitimate  , poetry proves conclusively that he  is far better posted on slander and  rot than he ie on irrigation. It has  neither the merit of rhyme nor metre, and was written for the sole  purpose of trying to oalumnize and  abuse any and all who dare differ  tux  f&ondson could   not   even   confine  himself to the fcrutfi.   lie himself is  the one who would  inflict on this  thriving community conditions such  as -were experienced in France with  his chlorinated water. JfdLe now tries  to convey the impression that it* is  otherwise.     He haa given no proof  orfsgttTSSGft t~ scheme that would  supply tbe Valley.     The only, parcel! he ������ave ia the one of the 155  engines, which  was ridieuloas and  absurd; nor fiae he given any com  plain, os* authentic information  any. kind.      Yet a!L those who did  notewaiiow his   clap   trap  hook,  sinker and all, and take the rest for  grafted, he likens to the swineof  the Gospel.      If- this came from a  recognized level   headed   thinking  inan one wc uld very likely feel hurt,  but coming as it does from the same  individual who deliberately wishes  to supply  a community of white  sjsoule w������**ls nnt-HH. RtAgna^t water  one is more or less tempted to pass  it upT   In the midst of this there is  one groat consolation, which I think  is well worth considering,,and that  is no more of these so-called pearls  are to be fed.      We may now ttow  our 'heads and say, "For this and  other tnereien-"^t������=, etc     It ia just-  as well in view of the fact  that in  tliis case the  so called swine have  better sense than   their   wonld -be  a large volume of water where it  can fee obtained h& gravity within  a reasonable distance���������let's say-five  miles, ergo.- .  Will he.pleasa tsllsss cf ok������ case  where pumps were installed to sap  ply a community with water, the  source of which'-was-ten-own to be  putrid. "\*     ���������  For reasonable -irrigation this  Valley wculdreoairfe^ least- four  million gallons Jo? .water daily.  Will Mr. Sdasos^absi please give us.  authentic figurea {-Rowing the cost  of a plant capable of lifting this volume oi wat-e*", together with cost of  installation* reservoirs where required, and all piping necessary to<  deliver the water to each ranch;  Amount necessary to place in Banking fund for replacements, and  above all the yearly coat of upkeep  ������sf suofe as S>l*Qt. r~ .       *   ':  .  To sum up, will Mr. Edmondson  be s>au enoisgh't������ return to our original subject; it is one worth white,  and interesting t*. almost every cit*  iasen of-the Valley, and far more  wort.Kt, 0fa  ...vmtx  sj  Att-~~-.  the rubbish to which he has been  deveoting himself recently. .������A short  time ago Mr. Edmondson stated.:  that he did not have the time to  uisbuss irrigatioii. ���������_ Must we take it'  that hia time is ail tsfcen., up composing such trash aa appears iriyour  last issue. \���������-  I wiii always try and  find time  to discuss so vita!  a.' subject* as srri-'"  jgatioli* nut do not  wisfiL to^Waste  *oy; more time on  thiia otlter atssff;  Ihdo not want'to degrade myself to'  ifc&fe-$kten&r Z . p'Z   ��������� --  . r ;iT.������ONABI> TYLEVEOUB.  *js   . ���������������������������a*-.  IU  KtfJtttttJtt   wxbM  ttmVxt.  ett *.  OUU1I  staff  could only emanate from the bigoted nsfnd of that self-conceited type  of individual who is too narrow  minded to concede that other people   rx~t.i0i.rx~t   ~'m  4XX%_     QMWV1CU     11*.  have an opinion  of  their own.  In concocting that trash Mr. Ed-  feeder and refuse to be humbugged  with counterfeits.  I will grant that the government  of B-.C doe������ pump ib irrigate; so  does Grand |Tork& There is good  reason why, in both cases, but will  Mr. Edmondson please cite us aj  case- where pumps are used for such j  IWIIIWI  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Tuesday, the 8th day of November, 1921, at the hour cj lit  a.m., at the Courthouse, Nelson, B.C., I shall offer for sale at public auction the- mineral claims in the list  hereinafter set out, of the persons in the list hereinafter set out,'for delinquent tacces bnpaid by said persone  on the 30th day uf Ofune, 1921, and for costs and expenses, if^the total amount due is sja*. sooner paid.  -Z-    ��������� P -���������' Zp\������      " ",   ~ :- . - -  . The Collector* will be pleased to receive any information respect::^ thsfollyvviug list where the owner  was a member of the Allied Forces and entitled to the. benefits -of Section 223a of the Taxation Act.    -       r.  LIST*ABOVE MENTIONED  SMALL BANK ACCOUNTS  l-}a~0~������ pestle m~ off epeaiag m Swings Sssafc  i0MBBt vmLl raesr feel they hasve a Utsge es-swgft  ���������toss ie snake it worth w&fle.   Tbis is t0&^ &*&  ������*e>9 xi������2nt w*  Minifc  Open as aseesat wit& as 1-7 <tgsB������s������ftfeg $S* -ssd  stM $l wceldy or mos^tbly BBtSI Fep.������aa &sun  tfee wnouafe ei |wr periodical deposit.  WB WELCOME BSSMUL AOX3HL^TS  I THE CANADIAN BANK  (     oFoommRCE    \\  II  PASSJ4JP CA5*5TA3L       ~        ~   ���������   ��������� 95 5,000.000  RESERVE FUWD -       .        $15,000.00*  CRESTON BRANCH, CQ. Bennett; Manig^r.  r  ~~.  Pcninaii's noskry  When you think of Hosiery for fall and  winter you will, doubtless, be reminded    of   the   word    Penman.  We are pleased to inform you that the  following lines are exceptional in  values and qualities.  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A<9C  3.75  3.75.  ^3.75  3.76  . 3.76  3.75  3.75  / 3.75  3.75  3.76  3=75  3.75  SS3.S5  16.26  16.75  13.00  16.76  8JJ5  ������,������<*  16.76  16.76  16.75  16.60  16.75  15.75  15.25  16.76  15JI5  16.75  12.00 .  14.75  S.76  16.75  16.76  13.25*  19W  13.50  14.75  XSlOO  - 10.75^  .    * 42.60 ,  >13^0  ~"''?j09  9;oo  '9.75  9.00  124������0>  16.76  16.76  16.50  10.75  18-25  6.76  13.00  **>  3.76  3.76  3.76  3.76  3.75  3.75  3,76  3.75  3.76  3.76  3.75  8.75  8.76  3.75  3.76  3.75  3.76  3.76  8.75  3.76  3.75  3.76  .3.75  3.76  3.75  3.75  8.75  3.76  3.76  3.75 .  3.75  3.75  3.76  8.75  3.75  8.76  3.76  3.76  3.76  8.76.  8.75  3.75  8.75 Y  8,75  8.78  ���������8.75  8.75"  8.76  3.76  3.75 .  Dated at Nelson, B. C. this Seventh day of October, 1921.  ki  3. CARTMBU  Proyincial Collector.  .'.'.fa**  U.00  16.76  14.00  14.00  4.00 ,  16.00  8.50  8.00  16.76  9.00  16.00  16.25  10.75  18.76  11.25  4J>0  9.76  ' 16.75  9.25  16.00  11.36  16.00  6.00  16.76 .  16.76  15.26  12.26.  15.50  13.50  16.76������  14.00  16.75  12.00  '' 13.25  11.00-  16.25  7.76  16.76  12.26  16.76  12.75  " 7.75  16.50  16.75  14.25  16.76  10.76  16.75  16.76  18.75 ���������-jnen twiij]<i������i.iiimi)waa������r.������aa������iihami  ' ? J^Jw'W-Qiffeii*.4  *������������?& ,>,i *, *?,,'���������. * ���������  *������������������   01-r-i..    rn. * i   .   -'0 - -  LW/'itzTZ.  mmi.Mmm*..*4i0am.mm*it0m,tA.*mm,i,*mif,mi.it.(?mm*m*vmmmm      w|iIwmH*h������^.iim'   *** mmiii^^t00^-amaamm fwu������e>nwe|������������a w iae������i il im Ii<i**,ii  *���������*. ^'S'^i-f-ve,  ���������r i--JiL.  il-r'jl  .   ���������  ^ti-KP'-y&py  Saam-fmsUfgmmm  inXHmaji"***!**-*-!  *���������*> 1^1 :������i aamjwiumnjr^w  ..<- *'?  ���������snt  iitinwi ������***���������#*> mx. at mH[f4ti(A*  ' 3  -/#/  y&y^'-w*-*  .   '-,V      Y*'tVA  '_ *   ..-* '(N w������>  *,        . .,        I ���������    j* Jv  /  <_*;  ?���������  ���������y  ������*EK CBSS'SOK SKVES-ff  SftnAV-������  *,������ ���������  n  'iiir*  Men's .Half Seles, ^$1.2&  Women's Half^ies,$1.00  4**,*  ixfg&r^ieed g&r ��������������� months.  Party* Gets Busy  Al  Mirabelii  -���������.-* ,   X   -    x r ~r     T ,  i*  , v*f?������T?fiWi^  *v ~     ��������� - -  1  is there any  t      ��������������������������� _ ***        *      ���������*��������������� I* 1  ���������Meat in  This is tfee first question that preseats itself,  to tbe housewife if as  unexpected visitor drops  iBrfo^������ 3a6Sl��������������� Sst *--~y  Motty?      -       -r    . t  Shamrock Brand  Hams casta Bacon  Fmssg QszzBiy -  Coohea Han~  Supporters jA~ the Eai-mer-Labor  p&rtyjiad an enthusiastic and well at.  f* skied .^set-together on Thursday  *������sg5stitt Speers-������������s:5 fey tiie p.srposs  of diacuastoKthe advisability of_p!ac.  ui|������*icandidate in rthe field in West  Ktfptehi>vy, and the ...selection of delegates to' attend the - nominating  ess?'Sa������ica called fcrNoyeaibsr 1st, at  Nefeoa. " ���������  President Swanson^gof thegCreston  local of tbe^ United Farauere, .was the  maa&ii&ous choice as~chairmah of the  meeting, with W. B. Embree chosen  ae secretary. After briefly stating the  renaone for calling the meeting, the  ctnrinnait.thre������v- the meeting wide op-.  ehv������or the-discussion of the:s������5$fe-������:t,  and after practically all those present  had endtijraed; the idea*of nominating a  cfndUS&t-ft the,motion"- tt select' dete-  Rates wiB pnt and carried, and the  following were chosen * to act as repre-_  Canyon and Erickson polling subdivisions: G������y Constable, W.-V.'Jaek-  soaY W- .3. Bmbree, ������v J. Wigen,  Phonse Huygens, Frank Palmer, W.  Trdscottand A. B. Swanson.  These vrflt eonsUtute.the Valley's full  nijniu j������# <a������������rl*t   aitx.Bara4.am.      Iwi>.    tie*    *y**j-  ilitfon* to^ese tlie Convention wiU seat  as regular yotinft delegates one representative iron* eaehCHputed Farmer local in West Kobienay. ;-a*MS of the five  locals in the V^ille^ four %all be represented as follows: Wynndel. A. H.  Piggot; Cl-eston, Jasu^Adlard; Brickson* W. O. Litt^olro^j^nyonCity,  I?   LV..0. AWIrmvimax   iitt nf oltutni uomeul.  scntatiyesfbr the Wynndel,, Creston,  Coirimenting on., the deaiKJ. A.'l|y tao weijsht of evident is in fs\--  rant, prairie fruit markets com-  or of "the optisaistie ..view he takes of  And asguming-the wis-  S^^H-B  :&gs^ ss������  are always -$****���������{��������� "*  hesrp.^n Baeate nothing  Quite OQiuale *8!ieunrocV  products.  tilt  $a ~% in.  lBS������b  !laKff������Brieif  obiI frnfli  an  ectcd as i^gutariy called sweetings of  4>f their repecti������e" locale. Owing to  the Lister local haying earlier in the  month passed *m motion to the effect  that the soldier settlement U.F. would  observe a hands off;policy in this'campaign they will not be sepresented.  Tli������ delegates |p?^to tfo*^ convention  free to snppos^rtS^'Sttc^likely looking  caiididateoffefiing. -J^^it ss , und������*r-  tttood "thit ,45sfe������ssseai*** ���������������iprs,santatSves  will ranciis the idtuation before bnllot-  ing for % ecaridiaate, c������\nanienc������v. Jn  the hope that the dozen votes fi-om  here may he ������H marked for one and  the same standat-d bearer. Another  meeting of the party aupp������tcters is cail-  edjbr this Thursday night {No*. 3) for  the putpose of effecting -a permanent  organixat|op and- arranging for the  profieetition of a vigoroiss platform and  canvassing cauipaign at tnisend of the~  riding. -   *��������� ���������  Grant,  missibner. in ins Markets Bulietitrv  points out that *'the bulk'of the  supply, from the CXkanagan is &**-  ing to* other marketa ' Everything  points to a firmer'market immecH^  ately with higher priees" aftsr-  Ohristmas than the opening prices  named by B.G; shippers,'1 - : "-������*<-**  "���������' "We,predict that jobbers will  make money this season by buying  within the Jtiexs few w>i������w-5. "'wer  also predict that f ev*? eal^s vviUl 1*e  made owing tb the pessiniism prevailing on the prairieB at present.  There is nothing but optimism -at  the shipping end.-*.'   "   * -J '-- P  In the past Mr. Grant has Invariably  guaged   the "marketing situ-  matters.  dom of waiting for the rising mark  -at, it must be conceded that even if  tfreY Union had storag&r- which it  has inot for, this, year's crop���������--the,  ^Sife to lia**e fche_fcuit is a centra)  location where it can. be moved on  adayV notice ahnjMt when the  higher prices'.eventuate, a detail  that'Would   be jmpofieribU?   of   ac*  *r\.rx  -������������������ mi.m0t\xmtr. -m  Wn**f-0tmtMsaaf������  ������n*'.tl������������   . S*������cT  *.,&. *a    w������a������  XbQAJftVC  Urx.A  AXKtttM  For SAXE���������White Wyandotte cock-  eppls, $2.50 each. .   Richardson. Ei-io������-  aon." .-'    -  Wood For Sai.b���������16-inch dry Cottonwood, $3 cord at thf ranch.  _F. B,-  ation fairly accurately', and certain-1 Pearce. Creston.  ���������r  CREAM FOR SALE  1   at all times  7 Quarts or 14 Pints ior $1.00.  Go Into Storage  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER V. JACKSON  II  Ini Ad: Ae^m&Ss  seeond  land  to  Ffcduosfl te 66* ass  *n~fr~a-. asra.:  &8mm6mBastvtt  flow ������oafln������d   to  v������pe& laifibi a-ity. t  fteeeerd* WfiB W*a srantcd ������ov6rln������r only  tsad aal~~m\~~~ tar attrtcultnral porpo���������i  sod-wbtdi iapaas-ipn-afiaaS. -  bnt parO-M^S i&.'ai&JSSsstear- may  ���������-       ���������s&^Skxi^^^  -^���������< y?  ���������>.-.-���������- ->  If'  Ova *ea*e and ~.  value at. $10 per ���������*������% hicli  ��������� .and eulttvattoB at at  J6r������ r������celvta|r Cyown  sranted ji^Urmedlatr o������r^cat������ of r  Record* witbotpt ":p������n������an*nt. rc_  denoe may ,be tuni������|, proyMM appjU-  ���������Mnt makes tonproyenMnte to extcS-Tot  ������W0 D������r annum and M-cords aama aaah  year. Fallore tt> make Improvements  or record unM- w������l operate as* forfeiture.   Titio eamwt bo obtainod fa  1-i-i   *������;���������*--    ������   ���������.*���������-.  a-c-s  tm*-0>+~  mViFAiiifimm g*h 9 eSj  roup rnOII *6w������ KteoetB  Fori! teing Gar  S80O f.9,t,  Crestoii  rErni  UlivS  yon Maid to dd: witir your sale  Hiescn t������ tfels Bank for discount  Te-a^wsH EKd prompt, eoisr-  eoaa^if^e feanMng service at our  ������7S  - r  \\WSi~  II  *  m. rx   nmmx   m*.  ,^5 txxj *i*~s  '.A*.X*x   axrx   axmx^-.  ei������l  _"3Sfo better Lighting and  "'- '���������C!+tmvm.S.4m-t-    GZmVxxt-AvLmvn.  ni.������<<<*"������*"  ��������� i ������ Sx^        **'       * j  *-"**-  J   _ *  Call and see the latest.  Oreston Atito& Supply  R. S. BEVAN, Prop.  %.$1?&-1&Z*������*9. J������wJttdln������ i aaram  qoared and ouitf,   of at leasts yoare are  Pw-omptor   hddM>������  may rooord another ''  reQuiro* land In  farm, wttfcout aoi  vHad ttatutory  and r-sstdonce  snuitodlattd.  and .realdenec  * ittlred. te  an   iprant  -ooeupstlOB. pco-  ~-tromoats mado  joo Crown  title  Vtojurwed taaaa. not oawMdlnpSu  2!% H?lra.J^,8M!? w^iiomesoTtjie;  Uo to be obtalMft After fnlfllUna raat'  doattaljuid iBttpryyynt eondlttw  waa miaa.nn��������� oed iDdtu-uioi purpoats  areaam aacaadiv^ m aeraa rnayaa  U-NO REGISTRY AOT  Section 160  ~^V^%nzs!a^~0  not flnteoedllsflf 46 at/tea  ���������di eoodtUons tnplndo  tinabor land  ._  nay bo.purohaeod:  punMni tfstumiNUNk  b*y wbrttiur roads jmay bo tvorataaad  oondltlonaTunon oomrSWkw> ������r atom  to thorn.. ReeS^S^Sni^ttr 5J>5m  PHCgMPTOM^fflM OIIANT*  "Tb*  of this  IN THE MATTER of Lot 147 ������������f Lot  8������& Group 1, Map 790c, Kootenay  "District.  iProof having been filed in my office  of the hww of CVrtiflcHtP of Title No.  14401A to the shove mentioned landn,  in the*-.nam<> of Sarah Catherine Mn  Kim, and Iwaring dat** the Sffiml April.  Hill. 1  HEREBY <*HVE NOTICE of  imvintention at the.expiiiition of one  ��������� iilendar. month from -the first, piihli-.  cation hereof to isnue to the said Sarah  timo within wbi  &SJR ~r!S~t^JLiT  year i^t^tb* wnolaikm oTtbo piroaoat  war.   This nrtvmce is JBeS������?���������^,  yoara.  troacttvo.  m No rooo roiatip  duo or pajrablo _     ���������mptlono rMord������d attar  Taiios era /rcmltUd for  r*i,55*iri^ *ja?^!SSwp5roW^  i(������tment to MaMh W. imp  ^au������-f>u������iOH^jji^or cimwn  _^viUonYmode   ������Mr ' Immim   ui  puixmMM,! mvomaa forfefttMro. on ffni*  nilmoirt off eotndltkma of^femcihi^ to-  tereMtiEdrf tare YWbow,"'^     *  ���������!mo  Catlierine Mi-Kim a provisional Oertfi  rate"of Tille in lieu of siinh lost-CVrt ill  rate.   Any perpo'n having any Information  with rcferenre to  such  lout  OerUflcatv of Title  Ja requested  to  communicate with the undersigned.  llated lit the Lund Registry Office,  NelBon, B.O., this 5th day of October,  iwa.      ���������>.-  ���������  :   E. 8. STOKES. Hfgiritrar.  Date of flrt������t puhlicution, Nov. 4, 1021.  li* view of * the : unsatisfactory  state of the October apple market  and the authentic ihsoruiatiuif ob-  taining-as to apple prietes stiSeiiitig  within the tiext few weeks, the deal-  Creston Fruit Growers Union has  made whereby the whole of their'  wisiter lapple shipfan^e, including  Borne Meltitosh, hut excluding He J  HcionB,, will "be" stored at��������� Calgaryv  **'&.. seiidins the riss i*. ������ri���������5������������  seeins an excellent stroke of bnain  ess on the part of the.. Union maii  afminent. -y ^ ^__  ' Briefly stated the deal is that a  Calgary storage house   takes   the  winter    apple .supply,   pays   the  freight ott aU oflt  to Calgary, advances the growers $300 per car,  atid according to contract  will not  l������e able to sell assy of the.frwit ^sntil J  li instructed'by  ihe   Growers   Salt* I  11 Agency���������the firm handling the sale  of the Union output this.year.   'For  this seryice the strrage -hoase will  i������^paid *a ^ed *edmoi^H^n^p4Mi^;  wliet her the,market f i***r or falje,  ePid while the JEKevieWiskflot'at lih/p-  <Vty_to diyttlge  the cc>mtuiSfiioii to  ;ta0 paid, it ceitainly l^iks.a jmfMlfSt  oat^considerinK the service rendered.  ^That the Union   dirfectors   have  negotiated a deal that should prove  profitable' is indicat**d in   all   the  masket repj������rts.     In'eastern Canada" and the eastern ajbates Jhw ap  pte yield* is about tio^per cent, of  normal aud  already exceptionally  heavy shipments of BC. fnsit h.&ve  gone    east���������iasr.   week ' Peof 'wU-v*  alone sent 100 cars to the Amer  ican marlcet.   .Crmpled with this ia  the'    announcement   that   prairie  houses have* been trading on ' th<*-  buy-as you need ' principle largely,  and that even  were Vhey to start  buying on their usual scale now it  is doubtful  if   B.C. "could * suppjy  them with their usual-quantities���������  in view of contracts Already  made  in the e.������st, and it must not l>e overlooked tlmt this year tlie apple  season is at least two weeks earlier  than usual. '      '  NlFE  ���������ir*  ���������41.  *ea   &.. a A-is_  ^.    of euctiASSAx  CRESTON BRANCH,  B/VNIv  aa.  ~~~  i  B  I  "^9 <*>   I  *'  n***  -���������te*i&*-s  .������,, - ^f0,-v-r-;l0  Jt X      ������? - e    -* -*r    '?  ^fjysr.^.';-.   i������f  Tlie Man of the Hour  In this hour of Canada's aaost -s-cute ha^onsl  crisis, the country's greatest need is leadership���������not class leadership, not sectional  leadership, but NATIONAL leadership. A  pilot must be chosen possessing the necessary courage, foresight, breadth of vision  and determinatipn to kad the nation .safely  out of the existing economic uncertainty.  And one man stands out head and shoulders above  others as pre-eminently fitted for. the task;v  MINERAL ACT  kohm *      ;"  l * proportion^  -    tfVJH^^ttt^mm  t������Ur .^eem  maetyae  ���������"*'*    OftAltlNdL. '  Annual srmstiiaf pormlta. fatoaod boaoo  f***^*~|   *^we*^piPap*^s   m^^   ���������W^aiP^pUflp|"^|L    iEBSp  Certificate of Improvement*  - '  NOTICE  tam-m  Kirby Fr.,   Kirby Pr. No. 1.   Kirbv.  .  ftirby No. IS.  Kirby No. 3. Kirov  No. ������ .Kirby No. ft Mineral Claim*  , Hituute in the Ainuwoi-th Mining  Division of Kootemiy District,  Where located :   At Rl<md*������l.   !  1'aka notice that I. A. H. Green, act-  >og, ������������ agent for A. J, Curie. F.M.C}.'  NoHOBOOfli W. TrKfrhy; &MG. No.  H0587CI * B. L. Kirby/F.M.O. No.  B0588C; Freida BurgefwTF. M.C. mtHc;  Hnd R, V, D. Guthrie, Free Miner's  OertiflRHte WCWBVOq. intend, wixty  days fi-om date hei-eof. to apply to Hie  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improve|iients, for. the put-pope;of oh  tnlning it Crown OHht of the al������ove  ������������������ImIiiim.       * *.*������������������ ���������'"*  And further take notice that action,  under section fiS, inrtint he commenced  before the iiisnance of wuch Certificate  ������*f Improvement*.  Dated thlft iJ2nd day of Sf*jnt**mher,  White   Pine and  Tar Mentholated  taken with Bromo and  Anpirin (3ompoiind will  cure the most ohtttinate  and deep-seated cold.  KEEP   THEM  ON HAND     V  Born on a fann near St Italy's, Ontario, Arthur  Meighen is a trae son of the people, a toiler who  haa fought his way to eminence by sheer ability  and force of intellect. Entered Parliament in  1908; appointed JSolicitor-General in 1014; Minister of the Interior in 1017; and Prime Minister  in 1920.  ; At the Imperial Conference he was acclaimed by  the Press of ������reat Britain as a great statesman,  as a strong, virile, vigorous pereouaUty-~alert in  jmind, keen and far-seeing in judgment, and with  a feariess determination to stand for the right  Professor A. D. Skelton, of Qneen's UnivenUty,  arid biographer of Sir Wilfrid Lanrier, wrote of  the present Prime Minister : -���������"He has already  given proof of high administrative capacity. His  personal integrity is beyond ojiiestioii."  Of himself, Arthur Meighen said to his constituents the other day : ��������� "You know where I stood  on this issue in 1906, in 1911, and as in 1011 I  . stand to-day.**  A Real Force    A Real Leader  Beattie-Oatway  Llll*-***  Canada.  mmtmmmmmmmmmtttttmmttimimilm  mmwrnSMwrnW *w.ma^���������m00^aamGa&m <Hawat^a^^M  ae~~awa~. ^*^m~0���������m���������0~m~mm ^r^m^���������Wmym-tat a~ HWB mktW ^  naa  "IB* *" *   ?    ������  "l"    *' '    r^-vnt-t" -Zi'ZZZZpZ^  imm.  /  GOOD!  Because Its'  Fine Qualities  Are Protected  ._  h-v the Sealed  -������ ^������M?Z*Itt~E-W~^-?kr package  r8t  \Vhere  Railway  Revenue  c  omes rrom  Centenarian Still. Works  More than * a, century old and still  working. This is the record of  Charles Quick, who celebrated Ms  101st birthday recently. Easily the  oldest man in Vancouver, if not in all  Canada, h$ is said to.be the oldest  working man at that age in the entire  country. From his little shop at 15#B  Pender Street he sends outjbofse racing saddles ,toT all parts, of the civilized world.   , ��������� , ,..*-*���������  Millions For Roads In West  Sure Protection For You  While You Travel  Certain statements made before the board of arbitration at Ottawa/on the  wage disputes between the Canadian. National Railways and their employees  would appear to have a direct bearing on Canada's'outstanding financial problem, 'namely, liow to put an end to the appalling deficits in the operation of  the national railway system.  Ever since the deficit on the Canadian National--Railways*.was shown  some time ago to amount to a million dollars or more a week, statesmen,  financiers, railway managers, and, last  have been deeply concerned in striving  disastrous losses. While politicians have been striving to load the" responsibility for creating conditions leading to these deficits upon pplrtical opponents, and while pessimists have talked blue ruin and and inevjpj^ble bankruptcy, men %vith constructive minds and not at all concerned Vrith pettiness  ' which is always to be found in polices,, have seriously advanced suggestions  with an eye single to the good of the railways and the welfare of the  Dominionv '    ��������� -*  Probably the suggestion which has attracted greatest attention and carried most weight with ^thoughtful people is that only through an increase in  population,, with consequent increase in production, and therefore in railway  traflac, can the true_and lasting remedy .be^ found. Economics effected in  operation costs at the expense of efficient service might serve to temporarily  reduce the deficit, but such reduction would only be of a temporary character and in the long run wouid prove to have been penny-wise and pound  foolish. More traffic, and therefore greater earning power, offers the only  permanent solution? x-  The question then presents itself: How to bring about that increase in.  traffic? In this column we have urged-the adoption of a vigorous and well  directed immigration policy with a view to bringing about the settlement  without further delay of tire enormous area of untitled lands in the West,  and the prosecution of such ji policy without intermission until the desired  result has been achieved. ���������''"**"  In this connection it is to be noted that tlie statements made before the  board of arbitration at Ottawa already referred to are highly significant.  They have a direct bearing on this question, and certainly go to support the ���������  arguments already advanced. Addressing the board of arbitration, F. P.  Brady, of the Canadian National Railways, declared that the railways would  be better off without passenger traffic, and that sleeping cars and observation  cars were invariably .ja source of loss, while A. C. Egan, for the Canadian  National, made the "statement that all the railway's profits are made during  the last five months of the year when the grain is moving.  Of course, passenger traffic must be eared for whether it is a paying  proposition or not, tSut if observation cars, which 'are a luxury* and not a  necessity, invariably lose money, then they, should be reduced to a minimum  or discarded altogether. -Furthermore, inasmuch as it is only the well-to-do  , who make use of sleeping cars, rates should be advanced to a figure where  such cars would not be operated at a loss, even though they did not produce  a profit.-- Or the rate should be reduced to a figure that would make it poss^  ible for the less well-to-do to use them, thus obviating these.cars running across  the continent only partly filled. Volume at a less rate would be more profitable than partly empty cars. The average Canadian taxpayer should not'be  called upon to provide comfort for others which he^cannbt,himself afford to*  enjoy.  The amount of money it requires ������o build a sleeping car or an observation car will build several freight cars, and, according to these railway officials, it is freight that produces profits.     Again, be it noted, freight profits  are piled up when there Is a heavy and continuous freight movement, as is  the case when the/ grain is moving.     It is not the haulage of the products of  the factories that keeps the railways busy during the last five, months of the  year, but the products of the farms.   * But if, through immigration and the  creation of conditions which wiii keep the people on the land, the number of  cultivated farms in Canada are doubled, or trebled, as is quite possible, not*  only would the volume of "grain traffic be enormously increased during the  last five months of the year, with still iSrger profits to the railways, but these  additional millions of people on the farms would create an enormous demand  for manufactured goods, fuel, lumber and merchandise of all kinds, which  would provide, a much heavier freight traffic throughout tlie other seven  months of the year. '���������'     ��������� . -      *���������  What. o\ir Canadian railways need more than anything else Is more traffic  to keep profitably loaded trains���������rplllng over the tens of thousands of miles of  rails in this country, in order to create that larger traffic there must bo  more people ia Canada���������people who in the first place produce something from  the almost illimitable natural resources of this Dominion, and who, In turn,  would require to be supplied with those things, manufactured and otherwise,  which they do not themselves produce but must have to sustain life and enable them to carry on their work of production.  A national policy to encourage production Is the only way to'savo tho  National Railways and make thorn earners of profits Instead of producers of  deficits.  You may find the water bad, some  poorly cooked food may excite trouble,  a draught from a'car window jnay give  you an ache: or pain���������a cold room 'or  damp ��������� sheets may cause rheumatic  twinges. Remember this���������any pain  that is caused by congestion yields  rapidly to Nerviline. When your  stomach is sour and upset, just try the  magical effect of "twenty drops of  Nerviline in "[sweetened water. - If  cramps .waken, you in the dead of  night, Nerviline will fix those awful  cramps in a hurry. Keep a 35-cent,  bottle of Nerviline in hand���������always.  Twenty Million , Will . be Spent .on  Rural Highways. i * * ;  At-3-least $20,000,000 .will *t3je|spent on  highways and marketroads 'in "Western Canada during the next five years  according to the r provincial programmes which have now been. > sub-  refitted aad approved by the Federal  authorities. Manitoba programme  provides for the construction of..4,000  miles,,of roads at* an estimated'eost .of.  $6,602,250.' "The Dominion '���������Govjera-  ment Act providing for subsidies will  result,in reimbursing the.province to  the extent of $1,402,265.: Saskatchewan "has outlined construction" covering 2,500 miles' which is expected to  cost'$5,329,500, of which ?l,806|255rwill  be repaid by the Federal Government.  ^Alberta intends tb go ahead with  2,47g miles of roadway, the estimated  cost, of which is $3,694,525: Of this  sum $1,477,819 will be paid by the Federal Government. This programme is  for rural rdafis and does "not include  the sums which will be spent as civic  enterprise* s The highway systems of  the three .prairie provinces will' be  thus linked upY :? ���������    '*''"'   "Y-  ACHBANBPA!  SLOAi-TS "oETS "EMi  AVOID the misery of racking pain.  lLJtxvr/x   a   tvrti-t-\~t   rv(   <i,1r\ar*'m\   1 Sn*.  JL --.  nient bandy ...znd apply when  fstfe~,A' ^ r"      " "  luick  f-Jtt���������m  you first feel the ache" or pain.  iu nrsc iee������ me acne or p<uu. ������  It qulckly.reases'the pauvand sends]  iWi'r.c-    t-.0    warmth    thrtsntsh    thm)  . aching part. Steen's&xzzZttipsn&aiss  without rubbing. > * f  Fine, too, for rheumatisms, neuralgia*-,  sciatica, sprains and strains, stiff ibinta.!  Same back and sore muscles.     * (  . for forty years gala's enemy, ��������� AaLt  your neighbor. "  At aU druggists���������35c, 70cB $1.40. \  bpS-% &81Mad*ln Canada.-. ^ '     a   ..-���������  ���������3J.���������������-1 ,   ,  .Inconsiderate.  "Now look here, Jolinson, this man  is doing double, the work you do."  "That's what' I've been telling him,  sir; but he won't stop." .   ~   '  Rub it in for Lame Back.���������A brisk  rubbing with Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie  Oil will relieve lame back. The skin  will immediately absorb the oil and it  will penetrate the tissues and bring  speedy, relief. Try it and be convinced. As the liniment sinks in the  paQx comes out and there are ample  grounds for saying that it is an excellent article.  Nearly all children are subject to,  worms, and man-y are born with them.'  Spare them suffer-ing by using Mother  Graves' :Worm Exterminator, an. excellent remedy.*  providential. -  * He was morp religious than educated and so not to be greatly censured  for this; "testimony"- at prayer meeting: "I thank the Lord that I* have  three wives in heaven."*  Why suffer from corns when they  can be painlessly rootedvout by.using  Holloway's Corn. Remover. - N v - , -*  The   greyhound   hunts entirely by,  sight.     Its narrow muzzle and smaii  nostrils affecting its sense of smell.  , Haddocks  -will    lay  asj.,500,000 eggs each  soff.  as  in'  many  as  one    sea-  Minard's Liniment for Garget in Cows  Different Methods.  Elsie.���������My mamma^got a nice present yesterday an' she frew her arms  around papa's neck. What does your  mamma do when she gets a nice  present?���������   .  Eddie.���������She tells daddy she'll for-'  give him, but he mustn't stay out late  again.���������Boston Transcript.  Use Miller's .Worm Powders and the  battle against worms is won. TheSb  powders correct the morbid conditions  cf the stomach which nourish worms,  and these destructive parasites caa-  not exist;* after they come in contact*  with the medicine. The worms are  speedily evacuated with other refuse  The origin of Free Masonry, or even   from the bowels.      Soundness is im-  "  *     '        "* ���������'"-   -'-"    parted to the organs and the health of  the child steadily improves.'   .  MakeBIBBaaB  to   preserve  your  health  ���������your best  asset  for  making  life  successful;  Good digestibri ^s '.aU-  important.     The. best.  wav to insure it is'  Up  Your  its name, cannot be traced with certainty.  A-DESIRE TO EAT  WHAT ������00 WANT  Stomachs  to  Healthy Condition.  Not to belimited in, diet, but^o eat  whatever he pleases is the dream of  every dyspeptic. No eone ean hcinest-  ly promise to restore any stomach to  this happy* condition, because all peo^  pie cannot eat the same things with  equally satisfactory results. But it is  possible to so tone up the digestive  organs that a pleasing diet may >be  selected from articles of food that  cause.no discomfort. ..  When the stomach lacks tone there  is no quicker way to "restore it than  to build up the blood.   GoodNdigestion  without rich, red blood is impossible,  and Dr. Williams' Pink Pills offer the  best   way   to ' enrich.tho blood.     For  this reason these pills ai-e especially  good in stomach trouble attended by  thin blood, and ih attacks of..nervous  dyspepsia.   Proof of the value of Dr.  Williams Pink Pills in cases of indigestion is given by Mr. Jolui A. McDonald,    Tarbot,    N.S.,    who   ;says:  "Every sufferer from Indigestion has  ray heartfelt sympathy, as I was once.  myself a bond slave to it.     Eating at  all became a trial, and ap time went  on I became a 'mere'' skeleton of "way  former self.       l< took all sorts of recommended   medicines,   doctors' and  advertised, but to no ,avail.     Then a  Mend said to try Dr. Williams Pink  Pills.   I got a box and I thought, before they wei-e done I   could   feel   a  change.,    Then I gat six boxes more,  and by the timo thoy were   used   I  was eating my meals with regularity  and enjoyment.   My general health is  now good, and it is no wonder that I  am an enthusiastic advocate ot   Dx*.  Williams Pink Pills."      <      ,, )  You can procure Dr. Williams Pink  Pills through any dealer in mdclcine  or thoy will be sent you by mill at 50  cents a box or six boxes for $2.50 by  writing direct to The Dr... .Williams  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont;  Chemistry Class.  Teacher.���������"Now-^can any one of you  name a fluid that will not freeze?"  Little Jimmie raise's his hand after  a long silence.  Teacher.���������"That's righf> Jimmie;  what is it?" * ���������"  Jimmie.���������"Boiling water."  The inventor of a motor truck  wheel built up of,layers'.of wood glued  together under heavy pressure claims  it will withstand twice as much side  strain as a spoked wheel.  BBraBTp T^ke  Befecham's Pills. When the  digestive organs rfail> riu-. c  trition is interfered with; "  blood is tainted, nerves  1       suffer, headaches tfnd  minor ailments ^multiply,  A reliable cleansing,  corrective agent that acts .  quickly and with highly  satisfactory results is  Minard's Liniment fbr-Colds, etc.  Sold ���������venrw&ssa ta  Cwaa-i*.  In Boxea,25c,50c  La?S*������& Stilts oF any Medicines te tha WewrleJ.  The date is, as essential wi article  of diet to,, tho Egyptianvaa rloo is to  tlie'Hihdu.  Nothing Else is Aspirin���������say   Bayer  ���������;ri    }Oll   t,-Lr    r.-Xilid  i-uu five not get-  all. '   Why    take  Warning.' { ;������  "Bay-f-r" en .uhAl  tlrig AfiplHa at  chanc-'ssj?   *  Accept only,, fin unbroken "I?a,ve������r"  packagi WftJoh contains directions  worked out by phy?del:u*t8 dating 21  yr.ura and proved mfe by rhJlliona Mr  ���������Colds, Headache, Earache, Toothache,  Neuralgia, Rheumatism, ��������� Neurit Im,  leiimbflRO nnd Pain.    Made in Canada.  (    Ail di-u/rtjjiita h������U Bayor Tablets ol  ! AHplrln In handy tin boxeH of 12 tab-  Sifttis, and in hottlcw   of   25   to   100.  ��������� ABplrtn i������ tha trade mark (rn/tlotered  In Canada) or Bay������r Manufacture or  MonoftCfttlciifitloMter  of  Hnlicylknclil.  While it l������ woH known that AflpJrJn  meana Jtyyer manufacture, to &mM  the public? tiKn\r.r*t lmltnt.lon������, tlie Tub*  let������ of flayer Company will b������ wtarnp-  ed with their ^eneml trade mark, the  "Hayer CroHtf."  It Will Prevent Ulcerated Throat.���������  At the flrst.aymptoms of sore throat,  which presages ulceration and Inflammation, take a spoonful of Dr. Thomas  Eclectrie Oil. * Add a Uttlo tfugar to  It to make it palatable. It will allay  the Irritation and prevent the ulceration and swell ing that are bo painful.  Those who were periodically subject  to quinsy havo thus mado theiuselyea  Immune to attack. .  BodH, tables, chairs aud stools ^tr������  ahown in Egyptian carvings as far  bftek a������ -1,000 B.C.  Mlnard'ai Liniment  {tries  used by Votorln-  W.   N.   U.   1393  viz  uttmiitmmmm  im  ���������HI  ������������"*������������������ w^Wt -**<v* ���������'/-iii'V'.-'f;^.*.;;  ?v  ^^^^^^^p^g^P^^^^^^^^^^^^  WI^^MSSSMM  s-SJpip^S^SSi  IM  3ms    revtt:w. ; creston, "ji   a  ill!  X  ������������������*���������;  ge spanisji uincers  III treated British  'r}t?m?-&  V  WESTERN EDITORS  B  A,  gM   j^rOg^jLU  o-  London.���������Great Britain 'has-.as-.ked  Spain to allow a British representative to proceed to Morocco to make an  independent and impartial inquiry  into allegation of "ill-treatment by  Spanish officers of British subjects  who have enlisted in the Spanish fot-  eigu legion.  This announcement was made in  th*^ Housc of Com*mons by Cecil  Harmsworth, under secretary for for-  eign affairs, in answer, to a- 'questioxr  by Earl' ^Vjnterton. The latter^tsked  if the Government were aware of th*  serious allegations made against Spanish military a^thori^ie-a by British  subjects, m^w" ex^Sei-yice'V- men, recently enUst|^Ji^.tl^eJ"Sga^is]i%q������-|ign,  legion, &np ^a^.Ltli^t^con^itiohs^ of  pay and s~c6nce>.jJj'binisqcV byv Sn&nish  consuls he're^. na,ve--Jnot -Yb'een"'CarrIed  out. -    *  Earl Wintei-ton asked furtheiMf the  . Government were aware that some of  the British who protested were ill-treated," robbed and sent to,Gibraltar, and  that others who 'actually-Joined the  legion had been kicked and beaten by  Spanish officers.  A number of/ Canadian ex-service,  men are included in the British -subjects* who enlisted for service in Morocco. One vessel that sailed from  Now York during the past summer  with recruits for the Spanish foreign  legion, carried 32 men who had seen  service~in the Canadian, forces during  the war.  nlsvr&T  new  For Toronto Police  Cannot Attend  Places of Amusement  Without Permission.  Toronto.���������New regulations for the  police of the ."city; which have "just  been issued, forbid constables from attending a theatre,,race track, or other  | place-of amusement while off duty  without obtaining leave to .do so.,  "Constables neglecting to "avail  themselves otTthe time at their disposal for rest and sleep and spending  a large portion of their time in walking streets," the regulations - state,  "are to be reported to the chief constable." '     '    ,  A policeman entering a public  house ar liquor shop, except on duty,  is liabfe-to dismissal. The new regulation's state thaf a policeman may  be dismissed* without any reason for  such dismissal being assigned.  .-    , -  nit Storm, Caused  m  jsng    laii    ���������������������������  Jmm       A^A  -O  Prinri* Of WjsIpq  Political  t 1   V.S VV  fl     *m **.0*\  UUCS  India  Causes  Harris  Turner,  Wee'kly,' Saskatoon  M.P.P.,     Turner's  Record brain Shipment  \  Mother, Quick! Give  California Fig Syrup  For Child's bowels  C.P.R. Moved 1,579 Loaded Cars'in 24  Hours.  Winnipeg,    Man. \ ���������The    Canadian  Pacific Railway broke the world's rec  ti n rest in cas1  - Anxiety Over Trip  London.���������The Prince qf Wales left  the v-lctoria Station at noon today for  Portsmouth to embark on the battle-  cruiser Renown for a tour of India  and Japan. A" great crowd outside  the station gave Britain's heir-apparent an enthusiastic send-off, while on  the platform were King George,  Queen Mary, Princess Mary, Prime  Minister Lloyd George, several members of the British Cabinet, U.S. -Ambassador Harvey, Japanese Ambassador Hayashii and other distinguished  personages.  Anxiety over the Prince's ^ourusy  has been caused by the troubled political conditions in India. The possibility of an attack on him, is .minimised here but it is feared the-Indian-  Nationalists led by Mahafma Ghandi,  may* possibly    attempt to carry out  Will Protect Upper  JliCdlA  g/Cl/KUUU  New German Govern indent Says Settie-  ���������.  me.nt'Was illegal, v   <  Berlin.���������The Reichstag-votedkcohfi*  dence in the new ministry of Dr.  Wirth. The vote was 230 against  132. The majority was. made up of  Majority-S6cialistSi-*Indayendei^L.:^o--  cialists, Centrists and Democrats.  .Chancellor Wirth declared that the  new government's viewpoint regarding  Upper Silesia differs in no way from  that of the preceding government.  He declared the German Government  would protest against 'the recent decision of the council of the League of  Nations concerning Upper Silesia on  the ground of the illegality' of the Allied Supreme Council having referred  the question to thc League of Nations.  This procedure, he said, was not provided for by the treaty of Versailles.  Even a sick child loves the "fruity"  taste of "California Fig Syrup." If  the little tongue is coated, or if your  child is listless, cross, feverish, full  of cold, has colic, a teaspoonful will  hever fail to open the bowels. In a  few hours. you can see for yourself  how thoroughly it "works all the constipation" poison, Sour bile and waste  from the tender, little bowels - and  gives you a well, playful child again.  Millions oJLmothers keep "California  Fig Syrup" han&y. They know a tea-  spopnful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has  ^directions for babies and children of  all ages printed on hecttle. I Mother!  You must say "California" or you^may  get an. imitation fig syrup.  1,579 loaded cars in.24 hours. N These  cars were handled in 41 trains and  contained between 2,500,000 and 3,000,-  000 bushels of- grain. If the' cars  were placed in a continuous line without the locomotives attached, they  would cover a < distance of twelve  miles. ^  ofd" as far as grain handling is con  cerned by moving east from Winnipeg |their t^reat to caU gtrikes in each cUy  Jacksonville, Fla.' ��������� The entire  wateifroatiOf S*. Petersburg was. wii>.  e'd out'lay "the gulf storm, the worst  gale the city has ever experienced,  according to a message rceived by the  Time's Union. f  Fort Meyers, Fla.���������The fiercest gale  this section- has known    in   .several  *       a--   T  years raged here for thirty-six hours,  attaining a maximum velocity of one  hundred miles an hour. Transmission service was prostrated while the  property loss for Lee County is expected to total well over a million and  a half dollars.  Reports from Sanabgl^nd Captiva  Islands said that water covered the  entire islands. Estero Island, near  here, on which two beach resorts are  located, was badly damaged, the  cottages and other buildings being  wrecked.������  Local railroad officials said this city,  would be without transportation service for three days. The highways  out of- Fort Meyers are almost impassable^ and'many houses in Puntarassa  were either badlydamaged or washed  away.  visited by the Prince.  "Cascarets" If Sick  Bilious, Headachy  From The Bowels  j- Quake Alarms.Italy.  .- Milan.���������Earthquake shocks were  felt in the cities of Massa and Carrara  on thc Tuscan coast of Italy. Considerable damage was done hrul the  lightened people of both cities camped during the night in the open fields.  iJespatches from Florence state thai a I  cyclone has "ravaged'that city.  MOTHERS!  mf���������mtmt^mmt,  WATCH YOUR  . TEETHINQ BABIES  THOUSANDS    QF    THEM  ���������} EVERY SUMMER  DIE  Tree, Planting Gar  Was Well Attended  -.. ��������� -. I., . . ~-   ,  ?  Prairie   Farmers   Received "Valuable  Information From Mr. Mitchell.  The    Tree"    Planting Campaign in  Western Canada, inaugurated by the  Canadian   Forestry   Association   last  year, ' received   . a    material    boost  through the tour of the Association's  Tree Planting Car during the past five  months^ ^The car was in charge of  Mr. Archibald Mitchell again, and during   The,    summer -it  travelled  8,800  miles.     TI;c total atendance this year  was over 49,000 at 369 lectures, which  demonstrates that the prairie farmers  are teenly interested in the subject.  For  several  Weeks  the  car  was  attached to the Saskatchewan Governments'. "Better Farming, Train," and  during   tills    period ,j32,774 . persons  visited the car and heard Mr. Mitchell  lecture.      Scores of farm'ers brought  tlicir  tree  planting problems to  the  attention of Mr. Mitchell and they received   personal   consideration.   ,   A  special feature of the tour this year  was tho assistance rendered municipalities  in .planning  and " laying  out  pai'ks.     Plans and detailed Instructions    for1   planting   were    supplied  hteratiS'toV&mber pit tpT-vns. ::Y - ���������,-. ,  Many prairie '"''.farmers liithorto believed that to plant a windbreak or a  few trees arohnd'their homes waV a  costly /'operation* and beyond their  Blender means, ^iri his lectures M������  Mitchell demonstrated that such is mot  the case and that with the oxpondl-  Plan Restoration Of Monarchy  ������������������ /  New Cabinet Will Soon Be Formed* In  Portugal.  * Madrid. ���������Portuguese Royalists are  plotting   fhe   re-establishment   of   a  monarchy in that country it is leartf*  ed in advices from Lisbon.      A deci-  &10.LX   ������"IcttI.vU   i.ej   t-iier   j-~\j_ <*.iir>u   LjJLOL   Ilclo  been sent to the foreign minister in  "Lisbon by the Portuguese ' consul' at  Tuy. Spain.     ���������"* -  ; Complete calm reigns ��������� over Portugal, and it is - reported *a new cabinet,  composed almost entirely of members of the Republican Guard will  be formed soon. Newspapers here  print "with reservations, reports that  the president of the Portuguese republic win resign shortly because of  ill-health.  Get a 10-cent box now.  You men and women who can't get  feeling right���������who have headache,  coated tongue, bad taste and foul  breath, dizziness, can't sleep, are bilious, nervous and upset, bothered with  a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or  xhave a bad cold.      Are you keeping | which, it was claimed b  Strike k South Africa Settled  Skilled   Artisans   Have   Compromised  On Wage Difference.  London.���������A Reutei* despatch' from  Cape Town, South Africa, reports the  tober 7 by the skilled artisans employed by that municipality.  Thc   strike   arose ? out   of an an:  jnouueed ten per cent, cut in wages,  the . men,  your bowels clean with Cascarets, oi- I  merely forcing a   passageway    every '  few days with saits^cathartic pills or  castor oil?     Cascarets work while you  sleep;   cleanse the  stomach  of  sour,  was a violation of the existing agreement. The. settlement was on the  basis of a compromise, whereby certain of the men who have long service  fermenting food and foul gases; take j records will be placed on a fixed es-  the excess bile ,from liver .and. carry ; t^blishment. with privileges, while the  out of. the system all .the constipated I rema.nder    ^    re(Jeive    the    trafle  poison in the7 bowels. A Cascaret  physic to-night v/ill straighten you out  by moi'ning.'*.-i.- >*, *>s __,'   - - ...   ,-" -  lane,  t-txjptj  War Construction  receive  rates without any privileges.  -Always  Feel Fine  There's one right way to speedily .tone  up the liver and keep  the bowels regiuar.       _/&������������#  Carter's   LSttle  Liver *PHIoiievej  fail.   Millions  will testily  that there is  nothing   so '  good for bil- '  l usnea-% inuigestion, headache or sal*  \ti\h, pimnly  skin.   Purely veRetnHe. "*  Small Pill���������Small Dose���������Small Price  ���������0X,,  , When   ;thc   baby   starts to cut its  t^ctH,/ 'then ' ia   tlie   tunc   the   poor  mother is under the stress   of ' great  anxiety.     Thc,child's bowels become  loose, and diarrhoea, dysentery, colic,,, iiV     ., ���������  cramps and many other bowel cpm-jture of a little time a^d money won  Elaiilts manifest themselves; the gunis ,ders could be worked if the farmer  cconic swollen, cankers form in,the wont about the job in^tlio right way.  .-.mouth, and in many cases the child, Mnv   *���������������������.������-" to Hupf-ns������rniiv crow  wastes, to a shadow, and very often   fany, ���������-**   t0 f������       ,! If  the termination is fatal, tr.ees in localities whore soil-drift oc-  "'"   " curs or where moisture Is scarce has  resulted in no trees   being   planted.  The tree planting campaign, aims to  show thfrfarmer how to plant, what to  nlant/and when to plant; no matter  what tho moisture conditions may be.  A well laid out windbreak means a  great deal pn. a farm as a protection  for the crops. , A few trees about the J  house makes tho house a homo and  of contentmont not  aro no trees,  On the first iffuTcation of any looseness of the* bowels, give a few doses  fat' -. * '���������'",. ���������   ���������  DR. FOWL-ER1?  ���������p *,:' ' .,-EX'#*A'CT.'-OFyY'  WILB STRAWBERRY  and tuns', perhaps, save your baby's  life. '    . -  For the past 76 years "Dr.  Fowler's" has been used by mothers for brings a mca&uro  teething.' babies so y6u do not experi-! tmM wlien x\ier(i  ment with a new and untried remedy1  Shich  might  bc  dangerous  to  your  arling's health.  "' l3rice, 50c a bottle; put up by The  t. Milburn Co.,   ������������--'--���������  Ont,  1  Limited, -' Toronto,  W.   N.   U.   1392  Art Treacurea Destroyed.  Antworp.���������^^lre badly damaged tho  Uoyai, Muaoum������of Fine Arts.   Several  of the pi   ?nsn mn t-rpiecca in tho  building v        ���������'   '"      ���������!���������''' y  U.S. Engineer Suggests Counter-Action  If Conference Fails.  San Francisco.���������-The U.S. should  build two warsliips for every one constructed by Japan if the Washington  conference on the limitation of armaments fails of'-its purpose, John Hays  Hammond, internationally known mining engineer, declared here upon his  return aboard the liner ^Golden State  after three months in the Orient.  Japan has already an unfavorable  trade balance and she realizes* it  means the depletion of her gold resources to attempt to keep pace with  this country in war construction.  Montreal.���������That the Japanese are  going to the Washington conference  with something that amounts tp an ultimatum, was the view expressed here  by Col. Robert H. McCormick, president of the Chicago Tribune, who is  passing through'this city on his way  back to Chicago from a holiday spent  on the lower St. Lawronce.  Every  dollar. -spent in  your-''hometown is a boost for the community.-*,"  DO ALL MY "V-  HOUSE WORK  Before I took Lydia E. Pink-  Kauri's Vegetable Compound  1 could Isardiy get about-  Mlriafd's Liniment Co., Limited.  Sirs,*���������I have used your Minard's  Liniment for tho past 25 years*, and  whilst I have occasionally used other  liniments I pan safely say :thatr have  never used any to equal j'ours.    ;��������� .*.  If rubbed between the hands and  Inhaled frequently, it will never fall  to relieve cold in tho head In 24 hours.  It is also the best Tor bruises, spraln%  etc. ... Y  Ypurs truly, v  J, Q. Leslie.  Cobourg, Ont.~"For many years I  have had trouble with my nerves and  have been in a general run down condition for some time.  I could not do my  work half .of the time because ot the  trouble with my monthly sickness.   I  was told of Lydia E. Pinkham;s Vegetable Compound by friends and^dvised  to" try it.   It* has done me good, and I  strongly recommend it.   Since I havo  taken it I have been able to do all my  own work, and I also know friends who  have found it good. You can use these  facts as a testimonial."���������-Mrs. Ellen  J, Flatters, Box 761, Cobourg, Ont.  Why will women continue to suffer so  long is more than we can understand,  when they can find health in Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ?  For forty years this good old fashioned root and herb remedy, \yhich  contains no narcotics or harmful drugs,  has been the standard remedy for fc-  ,'male ills, and has restored thc health cf  thousands of women who have been  troubled with such ailments as displacements, inflammation, ulceration, irreg -  ularities, ������tc.  If you want special advice write to  Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass. Your letter will  -ibe opened, tead and answered by a  woman and beld in strict confidence.  Robbers Put Victim  Into Refrigerator  Butcher In  Montreal Almost Frozen  Af/ben Rescued. j  Montreal.���������While Aime Labousslere,  butcher, Mount Royal   Avenue,   was  talking on tho telephone iia his store,  two bandits entered aud ordered him  to throw up his hands at the point of,  revolvers, stole $780 from his pockets ���������  and then threw him into the refrigerator.     Ho was rescued almost frozen ,  to deaj.li soma'hours later. .      '  GiVc your local merchants a chance;  Buy at home,  ��������� ' .1    ���������  AYERS  Every hen   tbould  ���������lay.  Mulct your������ pay in  eggf for the teed  you give them.  Tone tb em up.   Keep  them healthy and vigorous,  Get egg* by Adding to their  feed   Nature's   egg-making  tonic found in  PralU Poultry   Regulator  ADVICE FEEK.        Toll    u������  your trouble.  VSlAffiV  roon   oo.  CXANABA,     IaIMITUV,  TORONTO  mmmmimmmiiiimtmmitiimmammmamm.  ?oll    US  ).,   OF  l'J������U*������  mmamammmaimmi^maaaamm.  iimtimuMM^mk 'VpypLpSWr^BpSgpPrJ  ^iS^l(v.iJ.-^:i-\ri:  MS  rm  SSyffiJSKW?  g^^^^^g^^^^  fe-W^Sii^-i  '���������^i:vs.������.~-  IHE  CBESTCI.   BEVIEW  An<nr  UK,  iigSiSifi DiiUfSil Swf iiii;  efeatAA  FOR  NOVEMBER  ������th  7.30 p.m.  Sirdar  lO30a.nL  13tB  Grestei  lOamCand  7.30 p.m.  Erieksoi  3p.Dk.  20th  and  730p.a*t"  27th  Grata  10 cum. and  7.37 p.m.  3 mm.  Local and Personal  Wantbb���������Five   pounds  Fred Smith* Creston.  of  -For  Saub���������Ktratin   stump  puller.  Apply Box 13. Creston.  Fob Sax-b���������Leather  Seecy lined, $12.50.     Enquire  Office.  motor Jacket.  Review  Mrs. J. Brake and Miss Symes were  week-end guests of Mrs. Small, at* the  ���������Creston Hotel.  Dkt Wood FostSAtB���������16-inch cottonwool, $4.50 a cord, cash on deliyery.   Fred Snbith.  ft. B. Staples was a business visitor  at Calgary a couple of days the early  part of the wees.  Miss Vida Gobbett i* home from  Mission foi* an extended visit with her  parente, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gobbett,  Harold Goodwin, who has spent the  past, si's months at points in Saskatchewan returned home on Wednesday.  Campbell Dow left on Thursday last  for Vancouyer where he has taken a  position andf will remain" at least the  Winter.        ~':"Y.*Y  Creston Board of Trade will have its  regular November meeting on Tues������  day night.  W. Asher has moyed nis photographic business from Canyon street to  Mrs. Brace's old stoi-e on Victoria  Avenue.  The exteriors of the Anditorium and  Mrs. (Rev.) Varley left on Monday J Imperial  Bank   buildings  aire  being  for a couple of weeks' visit with Edge-1 lightened tip this week by fresh coats  wood friends. of paint.  Kev. B. Varley waV at Yahk on  Wednesday eyening, at which point he  ���������will in future ^.hold mid-week English  Church service*.  Frank Romano was a business visitor at Cranbrook over the week-end,"  and was accompanied by his daughter,  Miss Louise Romano.  J. K. Chorlton announces tbe.t he is  resuming his c)asses in 'cello and yio  im this month.     Watch  for  his announcement next week. ~ *Y  Pete Marantette hits returned to  town, and is again in charge of the  bartering department at the old Hatfield tonsoral parlor and billiard hall.  Creston Preahyterturt Ladies' Aid  are having their annual thanksgiving  dinner In ^peera* Ball from 6 to 8  o'clock this evening. Tickets ate 75  seats.   ���������;  Monday is Thanksgiving Day. a public holiday, and all places of business  in town will be closed. The general  delivery wicket at the post office will  lie open from 8 to 6 p.m. oniy.  Lost���������On Friday, Oct. 28th, between  Creston and Erickson, brown leather  pnekethoofc, containing sum of money  in bills. Reward to tinder returning  same to Review Office. Cr-pston.  ering the platform as drafted and on  which the candidate will appeal for  support.  The crimson red poppy, the official  war memorial flower, the .wearingof  which will he g������������n*������i-al all over the British Empire on Friday next, Arms-stsse  Dav. Noy. il. wiii be available to the  citizens of Creston. thanktt to thc enterprise of" the Women's Instil nt**,  who will handle the dale of thews emblems in town^ Prices will be 10c. and  25c.t and the flowers will be on sale on  Thursday and Friday, j The poppies  are made in Franc-s oy the children of  those wbn were killed* in the great war  and the profits from the sale of poppies goes to help these French families  become self-supporting.  I Ford Touring.  -$ 300.00  1 Ohevrolet, 1921, looks and  runs like now    Chevrolet^  overhauled  1918,  newly  650.00  500.00 w.  Wo.. 3ai.k���������Six room bungalow, central location: also blacksmith ehop6  and Baby Grand Chevrolet, ear. Apply  Mrs. W. K. Brown.  In order to meet our objective of  1000 sacks of Royal Household Flour  we offer this wonderful flour at $3.U5  per 98 lhe.. withi the benefit of a drop  if any.   Bran Doc,   T. M. Edmondson.  -��������� ~r~,m am  I Uiievroiet, mit- gooa running order, good tyres-���������  350.00  ANNOUNCEMENT  HBB*-***  "    The undersigned announces that he has opened out in the  Transfer and General Draying business.  In addtion, I am also handling WOOD, COAL, and SLAB-  WOOD in both the 16-inoh and 26 foot lengths; and am prepared  to deliver BLACK LOAM.  Iu a few days I will be permanentlyiocdted downtown, and  telephone installed.  My endeavor will be to give efficient service at reasonable  charges, and X solicit a share of th������ trade in these Hnea  Creston, Nov. 1. STAN WATSON  ������JT  *   J, a    mm-xrx  X5l**0.. AUUtl*U   *ra 1KB  visitor with Nei-  1  The hoot bill  comes down  BBH������  '^m- max mm.  for  TIOUGH   the   first   cost   of  HURLBUTS is a little mora  than others, tbe? save yon  money.   They are made to stand  tbe hundred strains of playtime.  UI IBM  BLi MPL  ��������� m^a~-Wm^wmmWmww^m~9 m  CUSHION-SOLE  Shoes ^CMkSren  Highest grade motet-ink a-looe are  warn they  can  be rebuilt    eMktunjsd    at   the   factory,  HUftLBUTS give fastest wear.  Ladies  We have just opened  up a new line of  consisting of  Pumps  Oxfords and  High Cut.Shoes  Do not fail to see them���������  marked at rednced prices  s. a. speers  GENERAL  M^tCHANT.  Attention to Necessary  Repairs  WILT, HAVE YOXJ MONEY AND TIME!  Prices Right. Satiafaction Guaranteed.  AUTHORIZED FORD SERVICE.  FREE AIR.    Thm and Accessories.   AUTO LIVERY  All kind������ of GRINDING done at reasonable prieeH.  GRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  UDQATB 0*00.  PHONE 01  ���������,,i,������������������ Mum ������wew>������i,������i.������������.iwew..mii������ m w������mh������������.������  son friends a couple of days this week,  accompanying Mr. Adlard, who was  one of the delegates to the Farmer-  Labor nominating convention ih that  city on Tuesday..  Hev. M. Jack, the returned So: ean  missionery, who spoke in the Prenby*  terian Church on Monday night, was  greeted with a ratber snsall audience,  hut his talk-was one of the most inters  esting of the kind ever given here.  Bert Noi Hs announces that he will  be occupying his new bakery-and cot*  fectionery store next the Bevan gar-  si ge, next week, and in having an  official opening on Wednesday ������f tei-  noon and evening'nest. See,his ad vt.  for full particulars.  lhe hest day's geese shooting yet r������*  Corded in the Valley was done on Sunday by Messrs. Hendy and 6. Mawson,  the-iatter bringing home s^ven of  them as a result of tbe afternoon spent  on the slough at Nick's. Five of "the  birds were taken "with four shells.  Stan.; ,,:\Vafesoa this"' week announces  that he has gone into the ttansfer and  general draying business, and will also deal in coal and wood. He expects  to have a downtown'location and telephone installed next week, and solicits a share of the trade in hits line.  Quite a large haiiowe'en party was  given at the home of Mrs. J. Davis on  Saturday night, at* which Mrs. Bliss  assisted in entertaining a -company of  almost fifty guests.v ��������� It was an old  time haiiowe'en gathering in every detail, and was very much enjoyed by all  present. -   ���������.,.-  Next week's -social fixture is the Armistice Day whist and dance wh'.eh  the Women's Institute ai-������ giving in  the Parish Hall, with cards due to  start at 8.80, and dancing from 11 to 2.  The music witl lie furnished hy Mra.  Foreman and Alex. Lidgate. Admission is 75 cents.  Cieston Methodists and Presbyterians are haying a united thanksgiving  service on Sunday evening at 7.80, in  the latter church. A combined choir  will furnish music, which will he appropriate for such a, gathering, and  t!iere will be ple'nty of seating accom  modation.   All are Invited.  At the public meeting on Wednesday night at which the question of  bringing in another public health  nurse was discussed. It was decided to  make a can vat* of the Valley in the  matter, and if sufficient Avenue is  guaranteed anothei nurse will he ne-  cured. The present committee handling the situation will continue in  office for another six months.  Numerous Oreston people will be interested in the following announcement which appeared in the lust issue  of the Dot hen (Georgia)'times: ... "Mr.  and Mrs. Otis Raymond Morgan announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Limine,  to Mr. James, Ooree Johnston the  wedding to take place In November."  The* brlda elect Is a neice of Mr*������.  Brown and Mrs. Bevafc, and was the  guest of the latter dm ing tho summer  of HMO.  Mfthsrs. Embree, Swanson, W. Truscott and W. V; Jackson got. back on  Wednesday front attending the Went  Kootenay Farmer-Labor nominating  convention nt N������-loon. ut which a Mr.  Humphtleti of Nebs in vtms selected ae  standard hearer. The Creston dele  gaUm srvere <|ull������* |>toutln������-nt at con yen  tion piorceoingn, Mr. Embree being  selected as chairman, while Mr. Swan-  mm waa delegated to proncnt the gathw  Opening Our  ...New Store���������  is- YOUR  Invitation  ta attend the opening of our new  Bakery and Confectionery store, -  on Wednesday, November? 9th. j  Afternoon Tea will be served  free.  There is a FREE TREA T for  every boy and girl in the country  from 3 to $ p.m.  Price of new   Chevrolet  is  now $950.00 f.o.h. Creston  Embree's Garage  The Musical Transmitter of  She Wo~u������srphone and mber devices will be demonstrated.  You will be  welcome,   either  afternoon or evening.  BERT NORRIS  Postoffice Blk.        '   CBESTON  &SA8L COf-rmACT  SEALED TENDERS, addressed 10  the' Postmaster General, will be i-e������ei> -.  ed at Ottawa unUl noon, on Friday,  the 18th November, 1021, for the conveyance of His Majesty's Mails, on a  proposed contract for four years, 12  times per week on the route to Crest-  rxtrt   ..-.A   -**.m.t^tlti.0t0   S~t....i4-jx   Tt.t.t.....-,   Ot..  xvxx um. v'nunuanw  . nv..x.~   0~xxmt.vxxj   *x.*t*x-  tion from postmast^j'-generars pleasure. '-. Y  Printe������l noticssr'containing furth������-r  information as to conditions of pr������-  pobed contract may be seen and idank..  forms of tender may he obtaiuett at  the post oilice of Oreston, B.C. and at  the office of the Fust Office inspector;  D. A. BKUCB.  P������������st Office Inspector.  Post Office Inspector's Office,  Calgary, Alta., Oct-S. 1921.  APPLE   BOXES  B      ~~������     -Wm.    rtSf"^ BYB  H    ^Sfe "  -U.    m        WVA1 SeW-W-'  1  WKy  don't you place your order for Apple  Boxes  NOW,  iand have   them   made up and  ready for use when the rush comes.  You can buy them for SEVENTEEN CENTS each  delivered at your packing house.    Pay  far them November 1st, 1921.  BOXES MADE OF ALL PINE with full width ������sides.  No^^ Goptpnwooid w Veneer sides used.  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED  mmsmmm  Golelman Air-O-Lite  GASOLINE GAS LAMPS  Ribbed or Fancy Dome Shade ��������� $12*50  -%  ���������Generates its own gas from gasoline  ���������Perfectly simple and absolutely safe  ���������Gives a very bright white light  A distinctive feature of the Air-O-Lite Lamp is that it  . lights with common matches..  Explosion impessible;#every part carefully inspected,  Gives 300 candle power.light at about one-third the cost,  of operating a coal o������F lamp. -  Requires to be filled once a week;   cleaned once a year.  Gasoline capacity, three pints-^-which will burn  about  eighteen hours.  lVI/\ W OV/iN     lixl^J I .XT-jB/JKlD  Better Service General Merchants Lower Prices  ($ 'fi^yi^w*^'"'1'*'" ** t*^1***-1**' ���������**<* *  . .m wh #.������i **ff.^K^ ���������WM.tsmr-ttMlto'toiMft -Mv or* ������������wibjiw-wwt^������-������^*������*  ,v,"?Pt.*,^*;(W^


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