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 -g������-    JLms^^ar ^4~e^m     t  *pp, ?*^PT^ ���������. *���������-&��������� - *'  J2i."W'tMJ0~ tlfz  GRESTON, B. 0,,  ,- * \~p- *.*,  Creston Valley Women's-ras^fcbtfl  closed its year on |Mday afte������n&n  last, when ihe annual election'of 6tf~-  cerstook place afid* reports covering;  the previous twelve raonthB*1^ operations were presented by the secretary-  treasurer. *"/_"'      ,     ~ ~P~  The membership-now>tands -at 70,  in addition to wfef  junior merobei-s.   "  '"i*$!i Mtwesm  Sisras   as...  3%'$ggt* tats^efor  the year was ovei* g^^imil, the. biggest single expenditure Was" incoaiaec-"  tion ^?:tb tlie ^?sfc*-tct< health nurse, its  the ffurnishis^'of^wh-f^'ii^ir^^al*  3180 was spent/and besides tfifcsthere  5r*55@*;t ccsple ef ggsxtid. to^s*!pen*S  amounting to $4$.c v Y, Z 'Vp  " In q. field of eight candidates the following fivevpere chosen as directors  for tbe ensuing year: fiSrs. G: B. Gatv  land,* Mrs. H.^Lyne, Mrs. ,B.*MaJlan-  Sy >* j.        ae* ��������� **.   <      ne^r   '     m        m?      **~i -*  daine, Mt������,lp/F.1Haye8 And Mro.'3/B.  Hayden, with "the " two former chosen  president' and" vice-president respectively. Mi-si J.-W. Hamilton was the  unanimous cboioe as secretary.  As these Is prospect of the buildiag  in wbicb the Institute meeting hall is  , .       <��������� ^v-i������-90\..*.''r       **  * l    -n    ������   ,**       **   ������       ������_4.1__  jocatea uoc e ueiug available sssort-iy.  there is n possibility of the Institute  securing a fairly central location and  Addresses have beeh given by Miss  McLuhan, on ���������'Public-iJealthNnlreing  Work." and Cr B. -Twigg, on 4*Ho*>i������  cnlture."-   Papers have been read by  Mrs,-Mallanda,ine oh ."Badium," Mr.-  Varley *>n ������������������BducatipjaV* Mrs. Edmondson on   *������The* -Relation  of Bh-ds to  Crops," Mre. Lyne on **How to Make  Milk   Palatable  fot- Children," <M������v  Downs on **The New. Woman/' and *~r  recitation by Mrs. Oatway.     ��������� - ��������� j������ -" --  Demonstrations have been given by  Miss Masters on cleaning and dyeing,  lindJMiss Whiddon on making over  clothees for children. Mrs. Lyss g&ve.  a detailed report of the annual conference held at Crawford Bay in Septe-m**  ber. ~~      v- r-' % j--  ~ --    _,-*  ttVt-0. x���������mLtx-.rxXmxrx't    trA.xAmt'imm.      4n4tr    MtA   ' In.  ,     A*. ~tV--^^i.XVJ.^0400     *xr.0^ ..W. . xr     ^~~        ������������������ 3.X.   ^  -i!i.:*i^aS.t~ m~.~il���������. -ULL- m-rfrx-x ��������� *S������.-v -*.,==-i*c=������-  mvt*>Wic.vtsti~\y*ottK-*i*cu- xrcr*r*A   uk aUFU.SU0  ingof abouseifor' the public health  msrse, "Which  tbey did ������i������ -Xxv.-Ob%- ot  DECEMBER 16, 1921  No. 45  B^#i������dnoii/at -':  British Fmit Fair  Word  just - to hand f������pw Fred O.  VK^d^BriiiistbColumbia*s|igeat gener-  ai tn;&iu$on; ^fegland^lttld indicate  that* Creston^ Valley fj^i&t������ome^ ^noteworthy all rbiui'd: ptiblidtSi-, directly  due to the g^������*YsbWin^3(^ade atthe  British Apple Show. V^;^- ^ -''���������*  lio connection with  i*.]?  $183^10, 'besides donating two amounts  of $l&and ^35 to the health committee*  aitdgether amounting to $230 for that  Plirpose.     -    *   -  Other donations have been 988 to  the Agricultural Association foe the  fail fair; S24 to the Fi*ench Children's  League from the Sale of poppies, on  Armistice Day, and; S10 to the Brit-  taftiK BeachJreljef fund. '���������- ' y  Entertainments 'have been giyen  during'the year in order t<������ raise some  of this   money.- A*  eSs-jS-w'?*' for  the  nutweat Mra^ YHfendereon^s;  &���������  home  ebbjtery sale, La, dance at Brickson. a  erecting a ^building that will serve aaj^ja] evening at Mra;<LyneV-and a  I have your letter of October S&nd  The great Fruit ShoW is over and Mr.  Stark has brought great genoksf't^Cres-  ton. " I think ;��������� he will asau������������>90u that  at this end every tiling possible was  done tojhelp him out."- X shall have  great pleasure in exhibtHpffidkfae. photo  groups of scenes in CrestokpraJlev^nd  yon can rely always on a^lsSbbrisias--  tic co-operation.       " J'" t'^y^'?-    -  "So soon as Armistice &^?j������hs over  I exhibited all the BritiBb Columbia  Srize apples and trophl-e^'in riuy win-  ohv and Creston   certriqty. c*������nade' a  gr^at showing."  Enclosed with Mr. WacSe's Setter is a  copy-of an article that, be supplied to  pers ^in  tbe  United   j^tngdbm,  which reads as follows:     -  and  ��������� ^ruitfair  Oreston Board of Trade VsUppliptJ Rob-  ectStai?jt within exceKliSfc eollectioQ+the various cable services^.and 350 pa-  of enlarged  photos-of horticultural ~~���������  ���������  *1--  TY��������� *-a   *"���������-"���������    ���������A  fiews in-the/valley,-���������aiiH- to assnre  these phttos being as Ripely ^eten as  possible Cbairm^n/jSay^bf the pub-'  licity committee <^mm������|iicated with  Wm. Wade as^ln* thafc^eS!*, Mr* Stark  turriipg over, the ^otosj^ci the agent  general that thej^be dispta^ed as prOm-  inentlyj aspijssible la ih^Myell known,  British-- Columbia bnildiag/ that is so  .      ���������   xa-Z-.'---    a.   k   -?Ati%l    ���������.        -   .  -a  Show.  In the  Overseas  Section in' which  a meeting place as well as housing the  public library; with sxt. apartment  that <^>uid be utljized as a rest roem  for the- convenience of people from the  ee^dntry ae well as outside points wno  come to Creston to io their shopping.-  Quite & full account of*~the year's dp?  orations is given in the secretary's  report which follows: \  Membership for tbe  **?ear  with flive juaiore. -Whiss&lhMgu.-  \        - ^Z-^S������&SS^'aA 1-*i5***������&rM~  twelve ordme^^ndiwe^vf^iaiicec������������rsic  meetings be Id duw^ th^year-r YTbe  average attendajoee at tne .montiily^  meetings was 27.  WJnist -drive and dance on .Armistice  JDay, - this' last being now' an annual  fistiu-e, -  ~*Y  '<     -*'���������    ' -    ' - -  1^ answer to an Appeal in the Lethbridge Daily-Herald three sacks of  ctothmgjo^y'e -been, forwarded from  the meinbssB-and more 'will^no doubt*,  be -sent this mouth. Qxte reciepe botok  has just Jbeen <?brispiled - ami-received  ������������������.lx~��������� ** a*   -*Tj       *���������*.-*-** i -   --    Aamti tm  w   -.    \x  ttstttat uuS priM������c������%������     9$*%dv.a!!3 js@@n  jDttid to tWfor^v������T^iaj^in]4ba^^>oki  somejprofit over i^.c^fe,4^^d%to our  balance tot tfext, ye&������������. ^ *^" 4^' *.  Roy a! Family Eat  Creston Apples  . Conceding^as"' most people now do,  the soundness of the old adage that reminds that "An supple a day keeps 4&e  doctor away," the good health <of  Britain's king, queen and'niembersof  the royal family seenis atmredbiinfcil  aVSeast the end of 3aSiuary���������thanks to  the kindly^ consideration of f^e members of Creston Board of -Tptde."_ .  2x**>r*&������l  wa**+im*%*A&Mi'������*������*a*~i*? frj������������i  " - ���������-   ���������>i������yMvt ���������vmiw1������ wes f    w%*ai  ���������m���������- ���������  -   ������������������*7m ��������� ��������� -m- ������������������^m���������-���������-���������-j-������������������������������������'��������� ������������������wn.W, <fc������S> W       :i%mmm*r  the eyes of royalty were taken With  the exqelient ..show :of -apples "made  from Creston Valley at the biW British  V ^'       ��������������� * ~4r4t.~0. ^       *^ Wm**' *> ^  Apple ^Show   in   London --eajiy tia������t  ,*-���������x.w    .���������   A^onaoneany  Mr, W. C������ Wades'A'o*eB'^@e^���������e%���������������, **>������������������  British   Columbia9  decfa^d'himself  highly pleased with the successor that ,           Province in the varioua competitions nf the publicSW cothini^terWnCeived  in connection with the Imper*,*; Fruity tbe ^ea 0f gsndSng Sf-^-Srd^ a bos  of the orchard product of Creston, in  the prizes in each class  were gold, sit- iorder thai he and members of the Toy-  ver qnd bronze medals 'respectiyely,  there were the .following f4 exhibitst  Wealthy, Snow; Mcintosh, King Russett,^ Spy, Jonathan.. Cox's/Orange  Pippin. Spitzenbei^. Greening, Newtown -5*ippin, Stark and one other vat1  iety which were numbered according  to the order named.  ^British Columbia captured the gold  medal in the fourth, seyenth, eighth,  ninth, tenth, ������nd eleventh classes; the  silver medal in the first, second*-third,  -fourth, fifth, "twelth. thirteenth and  classes; and the bronze .medal Jn the  first, second, and' third classes and an  additional Highly Commended in the  thn-d class.  "'The  Canadian  Provinces, rank  follows:  ix '  as  Saturd  GOLD MEDALS,  bi-id; .Ontario 4;  New Brunswick 2.  British Coluih-  Nova Scotia 2;  ���������K * * S!^*'VJ?*'  'ty  i^t*-.  PRACTICAL  rl���������  99  - The Stock has arrived for the new  co operative store; which opened for  business early this week, Avith E. W.  Harrison in charge.'  -       ,- '* >���������**" ***    .   .  "  Ray McKelvey   and  Orin   Hayden  got away, last week to Y*Uik? whei������  they are working at eltidding operations near that town.  * *3t     ~   *���������"      -> -    r-  Anita Stewart  ������    ; p.-?t$.~1-   ^  as the waif with th^ motjier-|  iti^ besuct jbfas.jo -^s^^'-tibat ts.*-  different fKfiai _  ���������-        '-- *-'     *���������   y      -*-i - Z \  The   story   of a   wsdfZ 'who;  adores babies, and a wife who  hates them. ..    \  * ��������� ...  We are aU looking forward to  the Christmas season which  is drawing near.  Practical gifts will. predominate this year, and with this  in mind we, have selected  togetner the newest and  best stock of suitable and  practical gifts.  ���������e.      '  Neckties  Gloves  Shirts  House Slippers  Dress Shoes.  Caps  Arm Bands  Collar Pins  Christmas is but   nine, days  away.   Do not, put oft* buy:  ing until the last moment  and then have to take what  you can get.  Bitter  Stnlei  BROTHERS  Prtm  Sincerent sympathy is felt for Mr.  and Mra. B. Martin in.the death on  iJeceraber 5th of their ths4?? weeks**  old daughter, Rita Jeart, * The funeral was the following day to the Oreston cemetery.  '-The Craigie .larder is well*supplied  with venison for the coming season,  J. M. and tbe two boyfc getting' no  less than five deer on their hunting  expedition at Arrow Creek last week.  . Patrons of the Staples Fruit Co.,  Ltd., ave asmiredja merry Christmas,  ap tho firm made the final payment on  all fruits and-vegetables handled- this  season -the fore" part of tile week.  Manager Staples atatea that he band-  led approximately' ;100 carloads of  Apple? this year.-'   '  Mra. Burfdy arrived from Winnipeg,  Mnn.. the latter T>art of the wctfk, and  will-most likely upend the winter here  with her son, C.P.R, agent T. W.'  Bundy.  ' All members���������old pr those wanting  to foin up���������are anked to Ue at the  meeting at the schoolhouao on Tuesday night, when-the programme, in-  cluing social features, for the next,  two months will be dfawn '������pf" During the months of January and Feb*  ruai-y the U.F, will meet nt 7.80 each!  Tnesdav night..,  J There was qnltft a good turnout oft  members on Tuesday night for the  annual meeting of Erickson Local of  the United Formers, wltW President  Littlejohn in the choir. . The financial  atateme'nt was most creditable, a balance nf almost: ' $40 ' being shown/  Ofllcera for 1092 wore chosen as fo)U  owsj Pt-estdent, L, T^v!k|iie; Vlce!  pi-etjMeVit;' J. B; lloldoh Secretary,  \fc������,'<*.;. Llt'tlejohn, Dlrectors*-J. M.  Oinilgie, A. R. Palfreyman/a W;  UaVrtson and B. S. Cuming. There*  tiring officers and. directors wore accorded a hearty vote of thanks.  Saturday, Dec. 24  3ILVER-MEDALS.    British Columbia S; Ontario.5; Noy a Scotia 1;  BRONZE Mi3DALS.<   British Coi-  'u^nbia '3;   ' Nova - Scotia 1;" NeW  tBijvmswick 2. -��������� "'--   " <*.        >  In'agg^egat(vrBriti8h' Cohunbiar se^  ^t^i 17 medals ftKaiiist Qntarirt's 9|  al household might ^enabled, to learn  from first hand experiehce ithat Crest- ..���������  on fruit tastes 4s gorid las'* it looks, to  say nothing at ail of the detail of enabling thei? majesties and friends to  enjov a genuine made-in^anada yule  tide treat ofiibe'finest kind. *  The apples sent were a.box^of exceptionally fine' Delicious fioni the W. .  Truscott ranch," and "they ** were for-  waipued by express in the tar of pres-  eritation"fr������it that* the Union shipped  to,England about tbe "end of November, and by, mail went the following -  letter *' ' r   -  Cre3ton,<B.C.vDeceitiber 1,1021  ToJHis Excellent Majesty,  King George V.  May it Please Yonv Majesty:  Wo the Creston Board of Trade/  on behalf of your majesty's subjects,.,  in Creston  valley, British Colum-"  bia, hufably pray thatyou wilibob-  oi* usibyithe ace^tasiqe of the hon.  of Delicious apples .we have  for-'  wa^^^'yonr^nyj^tyrvpi    -,     /  %if^f^iM^^^e^^4|l,mt.  ^hnw.embola'ei.eil i,s  to '-a^r.^anr -"  r .majm^yarJ^^^ieZot &%J���������&- %  .rBF&YfpJH* Bgui^moac^avoredlSicttlity.^  Our VaUeyXe^tuated in the foothills rpf. the SelkirJcaifn Kootenay  County. Britl&fr Colunibia, and al-  thmighayou.ng^settletifsaatWeii-have.- s  been able to^_ successfully exhibit!  ourapples^at .tfee. ,S������������{SftHa! !$rttit  Show recently held ������^������lhe Crystal  Palace, obtaining first and second  , prfxes fov\Cox Orange Pippin in the  Overseatr8ection, and several other  awai d������ in the Various c)*88e$.  With ah' expression 6fJ onr deep  ' loyalty to your peraoh and throne,  we have the honor to be.  "   "^oucMostrExcellent Majesty's  * ' Hnn)bl^sand Obedient Servants,  CRESTON BOARD OF TRADE  R. S. BEVAN, President.  Manager Loveday of the Union saw  to it that the fruit wfts specially  wrapped, and "every other preccution  taken to ensure Its reaching Bucking-  bam Palace in the flnest possible  shape, s. ,    -  c-i>mpetito|Cof all  ad an^exhlbitors.]  EngBah aiid : C^.n-  To on* of the������^ tnro*  on the desolate i������t^n4  thc t-tBG%xe-b���������^.y~yu-0  and to tho other itytm  brindind death and,  difibonof.    s       lu V  ' m /ii-WLM~~m~.'~Msses  ���������~~~9-M  ~~~-mm.  I  _ .JM*  . **.l\-\  ������^Wi'*)  iytt-iCH*f  ���������  Miss Irving of,Nelson, who has'been  in charge of Canyon school since September, has resighed, and a-newprin-  clpHlj is being advertised for to take  charge after Christmas holidays.  Norman Str&ng baa' just closed the  contract o* clearing two vae'rea on the  twenty jusfr purchased,by.Mr. Holt*  jbammer of ��������� .Waldeck, Sask., opposTte  the Hale place.'    v  Oliiford and Om-don, Vance are nqw  ebrployed at Canap 9, where they haye  Caken a skidding contract wl^h Johki*  lip'n brothers/who arc logging in tlia^  area. *.  ,  >; Tom Hickey has, resigned as woods  foreman^for theCany6n City Lumber  Co., hbd is again' touring the Kooten*  ', Urya buying fui-s'for th'e oldiirm in Cal*  fry-;  Dad Browell stocked; up the larder  Witb a supply, of venison the latter  part of ,the week, haying the good luck  to bring down n fine buck in ������the  'ijfetghbdr^iopd of the Burton camp.  "l1     ' 0>4 > * ��������� '  "Xearnen and 'Hans, Anderson have  gone back to Jfahk to %work after  clearing up a qouple of .acres on the  land they lately .pnrchaMtd in this district; They will be btick, in the early  ^plr|ng fyfl-et the land 'under cultlya*  Won and no more clearing.'  ^ -F\v- \dcaY eltlrena are^ interested In  apoleciftting contract/that has just  be*yo������*oloflcd with Winlaw tt. Son, and  which will, provide at least three  hiohths work fb'r Messrs. McKobb,  Stieslie Mclnnes "and Martin Nelson,  ^hc contract for hauling and* skidding  has been taken by Messrs. Wickhoim  anid Young,' and will necefinitate the  handling of PpHutibly 4000 piece*.   ,  '1     i  i     *e.    .      ������������������rs.i~A-'7-        i-.er   *\(* lie,.  I i.r*  Sw5&&q&M@Fy&g8@  from the  ;���������".   Collier's Weekly Story  'BLACK BBACH'  ,-:������������������      by ftttlphStocH., .,-,  ^ibff*1"*'*  !Ginaii������ar.(! adventure.  Grand Theatre Ballroom  Mon., Jan. 2  The One  Ball  the Season  of  .i'i*,i.  e . i  Card of Thmnkm  ���������Mi*. ah;d Mrs. John Arrowsmith and  family it^iliVe ihlo topan? ,of c^pycssiKg  thoir deep appreciation ,- of the sympathy and many klndtieases shown them  In their recent bo-eayement.  Will be the Largest and  ., *-*rV/;Besty6b!i*  |f"?"'^*"*"*'; ��������� j" Zi1*"* '������  "      , ������������������        .> ,  3; to: B6 mven for the Beat  k*   Fancyf CosUimos and Best  ' .?>* J^M^atumesY  ���������i^pmmmx  , good time.  Bancigg Starting 0 p.m.  sT  ", ^.0. REVIEW,     CR1SSTON,    &    A  V  '^F ���������i3=% ^a#    B    -*%������?   s   ������   B *r~*  For Infants and Children  lis Us������ For Over 3������ Years  Always hears  the  Signature of  JR. JLJLC  ii  HoitiesteaJera  BTT  ROBERT J. C. STEAD  Published By Special Arrangement With the Author.  (Continued)  "That sounds like it," said Gardiner,  with enthusiasm. "Now the whole  thing's simple as A B C, and not half  as dangerous as running a traction  engine oi* breaking a broncho. It all  rests on getting him out here with  the money, and that's where you come  in.* .���������.������������������������������������.���������������������������: I  don't  mind telling you if it  well as your Imagination. You've got  to paint It to.him so's to get interested. That's all. Our business Is to  get Harris/with the money in his wallet, started up into those mountains.  It's mighty lonely up there, with timber wolyesz-grSszly* bears, precipices,  snow-slides and-trails that lead to nowhere,-and IfgHarris is unfortunate���������  well, he's* unfortunate." '  The plan gradually penetrated Riles'  slow-working mind. At first it numbed him a little, and his face wa& a  strange colour as he turned to his  companion,-and 'said, in a low voice,  "Ain't it risky? What if the police  catch on?" _  "They won't. They're all right for  cleaning up a rough-house; but don't  cut any ^figure in' fine art* work like  IS YOUR NOSE PLUGGED?  HAVE YOU CATARRH?  If Subject to, Col^s,    ...        .<  Here Is Bed Good Advice  MW'-  Don't load your stoihlich with cough  Byrups., Send healing medication  through'the nostrils���������send" it into the  passages that are subject to coids and  Catarrh.' '-Easy to do this with* CATARRHOZONE, which helps a cold in  ten minutes.. Even to the lungB goea  the healing vapor of jCatarrhpzoii^���������  all through the bronchial -tubes,' nostrils and- air. passages���������ever-y.whe?e-a  trace of disease Remains .will%Pawr-  we'll put over. I J:*ll you, Riles, U's hozone follow. You'll not have colds,  absolutely safes; Of course/ ordinary nor wm you suffer from sniffles, bron-  precautions must be taken, same as ehitis, or throat trouble if Catarrho-  you would with a vicious horse or any ZOne is used. Get it to-day bub-be-  other risk you might run. The main : -ware of dangerous substitutes meant  thing is to see that he has the money !to deceive you for genuine Catarrhp-  in bills; anything else would be risky  and lead to trouble. Then this fellow  that's supposed to own the mine must  be -kept In the background.    We ���������"  "But who does own the mine?"  Gardiner made a gesture of exasperation. "Ydu don't get me, Hiram.  Nobody owns the mine. That part of-  it's all a myth���������a fairy talc manufac-  ^   ,   , .     .,        tured because we need it.     .But Har*  wasn t for the help you can give there ris mustn>t find that out���������not, at any  Id handle the job myself, and save I,.���������+^ ���������������+*n i+c-+��������������� i���������*^ t*,^--������* -���������������������������  elviding the proceeds."  "Yes,  that's  the  point,  all  right,"  Said     Riles,     somewhat     dubiously  rate, until its too late. Then'if anything ever does leak cut, suspicion  will be directed toward some mysterf-  ous mine-owner, and the police, will be  "How're we goin' t' get him out here wearing out shoe-leather^hunting the  "* with all that money 1"   * ��������� cracks In the foothills while you and  "Think, Riles," said Gardiner, pu������-, I are taking in tlje sights of Honolulu  ing complacently at a fresh cigar, or South America. We'll quietly  "Think  hard." snake   an   appointment for Harris to  Riles wrinkled his forehead and meet the mine-owner somewhere up in  spat copiously at the front hub, but' the hills. We'll direct him where to  the Inspiration would not come.   ,. "I  go, and leave; it at that.     Of course  zone. Large size, two months treatment, costs $2.00, small size 50c, sample size 25c; all dealers or the Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  we won't go with   him;    we'll-- have  other business about that time." ',.PP  Riles looked at Gardiner with frank  admiration*     ;lt   seemed    so   simple  | now, and in"l5s growing^enthusiasm be  ' felt that he would have little difficulty  give it up," he said at last.     "You'll  have V plan it, an' I'll carry it out."  "That's what comes of hard work,  Hiram; you lose all your imagination.  Bight now you haven't any more imagination than a   cabbage.     Now,   I  could suggest a dozen schemes to suit in persuading Harris to raise' all the  the purpose if I had to, but one will j cash possible and bring it with him.  do.     Suppose this: ! And it seemed so safe.     As Gardiner  "These mountains up here are full  of coal���������more coal than can be burnt  in a million years. It's a bad road  Sn, but once you get there you'll see  St lying in seams, ten, fifteen, twenty  feet thick, and stretching right  through the rocks as faras you like to  follow it. That coal's going to make  a bunch of millionaires some day, but  to ''press the - point. Gardiner' and  Riles went to the house, and Jim pres-,  ently saddled'-his own horse and rode  out on the prairie. He had already  lunched, and it was Gardiner's custom  to cook .for himself when at home.  ingjijo. the two men 'v. eve soon sest-  ed at a meal with Gardiner hastily  but deftly prepared. They ate from  plates of white enamelled ware, on a  board'table covered with oilcloth, but  XX. ���������     CrxrxXI     .. ������. !..,_,~*��������� ~l     AX.,     ���������tr...  1.1J.0S  eejvu   Wt*������ <*ppelining, nuu   cue ukvul-  ner of serving it much more to Riles'  liking than that to which he had been*  subjected for some days. The meat  was fresh and tasty; and the bread  and butter.were all that could be desired, and the strong, hot' tea, without  milk but' thick with sugar, completed  a meal that was in every way satisfactory. Riles' eyes, when not on his  plate, were busy taking in the surroundings.-   The log walls were hung  with mementoes, some of earlier days  and some of other lands, and throughout the big room was a Btrange mixture j)i elegance and plainness. At  one- end were rows of������ shelves, with  more books than Riles had ever seen,  and above stood* a-small piece of statuary worth the price-of many bushels  of wheat. -     Z i: 4.  G-ardiher^noted .the.interest pf his,  guest, and smiled quietly to himself.  He supposed that-Riles^had the usual  notions about the Far West���������a notion  that here he was on the outermost  rim of the finer civilization of even  the Middle West. But he knew also  that this plain log builidlng contained  furnishings and decorations altogether  beyond anything ^that Riles had ever  seen or heard of���������things, indeed, eo  far- removed from the life ,of the hard-  worldng farmer that they might have  come*from another world than his  own. When the "meal waB finished  Gardiner f swept the soiled dishes Into  a big galvanized iron tub, there to  await attentions from Jim at a convenient . season, and invited Rles to  look about the house.  They-entered.another room, immediately to the north of the' large apartment, which served-all general'housekeeping purposes. The floor was of  plain boards, smoothed with the riding-boots of many years, and in tne  centre lay the skin of a great bear. An  old-fashioned carved- table, of some  size, and three leather chairs, were  the principle - furniture. , Two "swords  hung * diagonaly across the far wall,  and above them was an old flag, discoloured with sun and, rain. Ancient  Srearms? decorated the walls, and odd  ACHES AND PAIS-*  SLOAN'S GETS *EM!  : Jk VOID the misery of racking pain.'  /\-3gavcftfe bottle of Sloan's. Lini-  T? ipent&handy -. and apply. v tehea  you fiiffc fell the ache or pain. .  - -"It dtiicHy eases the pain and sends'  a feeling of warmth through thai  acKmgpart-.-.Sfoow's Liniment penetrates'  withou. nibbing.        .  , \  Fine, too, for rheumatism, neuralgia*,  sciatica, sprains and strains, stiff joints,  lame back and sora muscles.  For forty .years pain's enemy.   k~~~%  yourneifehbor^Y-^i-'X .- "^ Y'   ~ Y  At all druggistsr-3Sc, 70c, $1.40.      * ~*.MadMa Canada., ., '_ a  me   ���������  SB   mt ������&fe -* t&mtim* d^&^lH'  JL>l,Jetl,U&S.t3IlI  a ,i * ���������*. **i,i. .** I,  pieces.of strange clothing hung about  in profusion.  (To he continued)  Diamonds were first found in India.  You are noft  experiment-  flng when  jou use Dr.  Chase's_ Ointment for Eczema and akin irritations. It relfovea at once and gradually feeals the skin. Sample box Dr.  Chase's Ointment free U you mention this  paper and send 20. stamp for postage. 60c &  box; all dealers or Edmanj-on, Bates & Ox,  Limited, Tojfonto.  b-  said, the mountains were full of danger, and if something should happen.]  to Harris-���������well, he wouid be unfortunate; but lots of other people had. been  unfortunate, too. '_..**.Y"  Gardiner turned his team down* a  side road, forded the river, climbed a  steep, slippery bank, and drew up be-  Bide a cluster-of ranch buildings shel-  not until you can get at it with some- ^reft Artth cotton-woods and spruces.  thing bigger than a cayuse.     But rail- -T*e. old, long log-houBe, reminiscent  roads come fast in this country, and ;of the ?a^ when the West was a-land  there's no saying how soon   a   man  might cash in if he Investid just how."  "You ain't goin' t' wait till a rail-  j Tie PmpMs Cb������ice  *      For Over 70 Years    .  for digestive disorders has beeia  Beecnam'sPills.Youcanhavecon"  fidecce in this remedy for bilious^  aess, headaches, flatulency, con������  stipation. 'Sluggish organs are  stimulated and the whole systeaa  benefitted by  road    comes,. are you?  enough be dead by that time.'  "Hiram, I told you you had no imagination. ! Wait a moment. Now, suppose that some strange eccentric chap  owns one of these coal limits. He  lives up in the mountains, a kind of  hermit, but we fall in with him and  offer him forty thousand dollars for  his limit, worth, say, half a million, or  more if you feel like it. He says��������� 'All  right, but mind I want the money in  bills, and you'll have to bring it out to  me here.'     Now can you think of any-  "Harris  don't know  nothin' about' cominS WeSt:'*������?*** *I':-..*& PlainyiHe,  coal," protestetf������Rile3.     "He" wouldn't  bite at anythin' like that."  "Your faith has been neglected as  n-  Got No Sleep  But now the neuritis has gone,  the pains have ceased, the nervous  system is restored and the writer  of this letter pays a grateful tribute  to the medicine which mado him  well.  Mr. John Woodward. P.T.O.,  Lucan. Ont, writes:  wtl tivet ne much pleamire to recommend Dr. Chate'a medicine*, etpedally  the Nerve Food. 1 wat a tafferer from  neurit!* for teversl years, aad tried all  kind* of remedies, yet never teemed lo  get any better. At last my nerve* and  whole system ^eeraed to five way  through not being able to get any rest  or sleep at "nights for pain, which mostly  used lo take me in alt pari* of die limbs  and feet. My nerves would twitch till  my whole body would seem to jerk right  up as I lay b bed. Almost at the  point of detpeir, f'deefded I would get  Dr, Chase's Nerve Food, wt-vJb. I Sti.  and after taking twenty boies 1 believe  myself almost normal again. 1 altc keep  a bo* of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver PUU  oa hand, and for the past year 1 seem  to enjoy my usual health."  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50c  a box, all dealers, or Edmannon,  Bates -6c Co., Limited, Toronto.  mf.  v..  v, nn  1 and a law-^unto itself, might have stirred the heart of poet or artist;  the  hard-beaten soil..of the ^corral hinted  w������'n Uk*** 1E**13    of j, the brave days of the open  ,���������f I range and cattle beyond the counting.  As the team, in their long, steady trot,  swung up: beside the stables, an^alert  young '^lld^;"'*came^u^kly;**'r.butv and  busied himseli'*with the unhitching.  "Guess-ydti ought to know our visitor, Jim, shouldn't you?" said Gardiner.  "Another Manitoban chasing the free  land."  Travers   at   once recognized Riles  and extended his hand.      "Well, Mr.  Riles, we weren't looking-for you here,  although I suppose 1 shouldn't be sur-  I prised, for .there Was S9ipe_talk of your  What "do you think of it?      And did  you see the mountains this morning?  Wor?h    the    trip themselves, aren't*  they?" ^  "Look pretty good, all right, Jim,"  said Riles, with an attempt at affabil-  ' ity, "but. I reckon y&u wouldn't--grow  much wheat on 'em, an' scenery's not  very flllin'.     How'you makin' it go  ��������� you'self ?"  "Nothing but luck since I landed,"  said Jim. "Got a homestead and a  good job right away. You must let  me take you out to my farm before  you go back. How's everybody?  HarriseB well, I hope?"  "Guess they're well enough, but get-  tin',, kind o' scattered- for a* family  group. Beulah lit out when you did���������  but I guesB I can't give youvno information about that."  The smile did not depart from Trav-  erB' face, but if Riles had known him  as well as he should he would have  seen thc sudden smouldering light in  the eye, "But the young man answered quietly, "I saw Beulah the day fl  left Plainville, and I understood she  was going West on a visit. She Isn't  back yet?"  "Innocent, ain't chuh?" eaid RlleB,  In a manner Intended to be playful.  "It's all right; I don't blame you. Beulah's a good girl, if a bit high falutln,  an* a few years' roughin' it on -the  homestead'll take that out of her."  But Jim had dropped the harness  and stood squarely facing Riles. The  smlta still lingered on hlB lips, but  even tho heavy-witted farmer saw that  he had been playing with Are. Riles  was much tho larger man of tho two,  but he was no one to court combat  unless the odds were overwhelmingly  in his favour. He carried n scar  across his eye an a constant rem^der  of his folly in having once before invited trouble from a younger-man.  "What do you mean?" demanded  Travers.    "Put It In English." -  But Gardiner interposed, "Don't be  too BcnHitlve, Jim," he aaid. "Riles  ! has forgotten blR parlour manner**, but  he doesn't mean any harm. You  weren't imdnuatlng anything, were  you, Hiram?"  "CourHe not," ������aid Riles, glad of an  opportunity to get out of-the difficulty  without a direct apology. "No offence Intended, Jim. Boulah'H all  right, an' you're all right, an' that'll  what I alwayw Raid."  Travewt wa������ not in the leant docelv-  c4 &n to Rile;/ hS������hmlndcdncsn, but  he realized that the man wa������ thc gueat  qjt his employer, and he decided "not  Ea boxes,  35c.,SOco  Sole! everywhere in  Canada  Lift Off with Fingers  Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little  "Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it'right off with' Angers.  Truly 1  Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of  "Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient  to remove every hard corn, soft corn,  or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation.  DANDERINE  Stops HairAXoniing Out;  Thickens,; Beautifies.  15-centD buys a bottle of "Dander*  tne at any drug etore. After one ait*  plication you cannot find a partlclo of  dandruff or a fclllns hair. Decides,  every bair shows new life, vigor,  brigbtntBB, tnor������ color and abtmdanc*  Saves  giStee*  Ws?k  h good aotirlsMng food, jready to^ serve and in������  expensive.     Try it cold or heat "in slices and  ���������erve with fried eggs instead of ham.  No bone, no gristle-, no waste and every can with'  4he Government guarantee of purity.  Clark's Good Things are made Irom Canadian  - Farm Produce and cold everywhere in Canada.  4^$AX^^  Never say "Aspirin*9^thout saying "Bayer."  WARNING! Unless you see name "Bayer" on tablets,  you are not getting Aspirin at all.   Why take chances?  Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by  physicians during 21 years and proved safe toy millions for  Colds Headache       Rheumatism ,  Toothache       Neuralgia       Neuritis  Earache Lumbago        Pain, Pain  Handy tin boxe^of 12 tablots���������Bottlon ol 24 and 100-^All DruprtlBto.  AMt-trln l������ tlie tr&da mark <r������icUt������r������a in Canada)'ef Bay*r. Mjnufaotw* tst Uoae*  S������t!r������������-.|-a������eit������T of BaiiflyMfia-iie. Whli* it. l������ wall known Jha������ AB-������lMn^maai|������JBa������aij  ttianufaotum, to amlat tho public aBalnaUmUatlona, ��������������� TaW������ta������# myar Cfompaay  WM Xsts atampafl witb thoir itonoral trada marU, tha "������������arW Or**."  i ��������� '   '' ..-���������  -���������       ���������' eg������  IV  I*..   "*l  /  THE     REVIEW,     CRESTON,     B.     a  > /  World Happenings  Briefly Told  The German currency output during  the^last week in IJovember increased  4,750,000,000 marks.  Emil Neimi, a settler near Rowan,  brohght "into Port Arthur the first  pelt of a brush wolf for this fall. He  received the $20 bounty.  Andrew Macdonald \e& Son, of-Chatham, Ont., received the only award  given to Canadian corn at the big fair  held in Chicago. _  ,  An inquest Into tftfe death of an aged  widow at Shorfeditch, Eng., revealed  the fact that, her skull was three-  fourths of an inch thick.  The national, diet has passed a law  imposing a tax of eight per cent, on  interest from Investments by foreigners in Finland.  Leoud horns on Paris tasi-cabs have  been declared illegal' and procedeings  are being taken against their users.  That's part of the campaign to reduce  Paris noises.  Denial was given at the home of  former Emperor Wilhelm at Doom.  Holland, of the report of his betrothal,  says a dispatch to the Daily Mail from.  Doom.  A decree exempting from duties all  cattle and horses entering Mexico will  be promulgated shortly, according to  official information,; In order to assist  ranchers to replenish their herds, de-  * pleted by years of-revolution. "   v'  The Mexican Government is heartily In .accord with the proposal to es-  . tablish closer trade relations between  Canada and Mexico and better steam;  ship connections between the two  countries. -  Reuter's Melbourne correspondent  cables that there are reiterated demands upon the Federal Government  of Australia for resumption of trade  with Germany. Imports from Germany are supposed to be absolutely  barred, but It is apparent that Indirect  operations In this line are proceeding  to ct considerable extent, altogether  nullifying the effect of the prohibition.  Boring Power 0$ Aats  Engineer   Found   They   Had   Eaten  >- Through Lead Cable  An, extraordinary instance of the  boring power.of white ants- comes  from New-South Wales.  An engineer who was repairing a  buried lead-covered telephone .cable  found that the ants had eaten their  way inside.. They had first bored  through an outer covering of timber,  which had been purposely steeped in  arsenic,^ then through a layejf of soft  paraffin, and ^ finally through the lead  covering itself. -.  In spite of" their difficult journey  and their meals *of arsenic and paraffin, the, ants were full of life when  they were discovered.  RHEUMATISM?  Health !������ flte Moil Valuable Asset  5foa Ha*9*  You cannot Afford to  ,       Neglect It      r,  Crofton, B. C.--"I waa troubled for  (reara With inflammatory rheumatism  and rheumatic  fever. I tried several cures tor  rheumatism, but  did not receive  any benefit from  ,any **������f them. I  Had been in tho  hospital for  months, being ua-  able to walk. A.  friend advised me  j to try Dr, Pleroo'a  Anurio Tablet*.  After taking tho first bottle I began  to improve, and; after talcing six  bottlea I had -no mora rheumatism.  I think Dr. Pierce'e Anurio la tho  moat wonderful mediolno that any  ono can tako for rheumatism.:; -  hara reoomniended these tabletst������  tateral of my friends and they, too*,  havo all been benefited by them."-���������  Melville OolUnson. a  People are realising that tha kld-  noys, Just aa do tho bowels, need to  bo fluahed occasionally. Tho kld-  ney������ aro an eltmtnatlve organ and  ar* constantly working, separating  th* poison* from tho blood. Urio  add bao&a up Into tho system, causing rheumatism,, neuralgia, dropsy  antf many other serious, disturbance!.  Thlo oatt bo avoided by stimulating  tit* kidneys to l^oroaaed aotion, ant  because of lta tonto effect on these  organs any ono would do well to got  Hr, Pferoe'e Anuria Tablet* whloharo  to bo had nowadays at almost any  drug atoro or send Ito to Or. PloroVa  trial paolce*������ and write for true, con-  Adoatial nestle*} aivfet-p.  HEALTHY CHILDREN  .  ARE HAPPY CHILDREN  ���������amammm,-mtmm^mm,  The well child is always a happy  child���������it is a baby's nature to be  happy and contended. Mothers, if  your** little ones are cross and peevish  and cry a^great deal they are not well  ���������they are in need of medicine���������something that will set their bowels and  stomach in "order, for nine-tenths- of  all childhood ailments arise from a  disordered' state of the bowels and  stomach. ��������� Such a medicine Is Baby's  Own Tablets. Thev are a mild but.  thorough laxative which regulate the  bowels, sweeten the'stomach and thus  drive out constipation, colic, indigestion; break up colds and simple fevers  and make-the baby healthy* and happy.  Concerning them, Mrs. Albert Hamel,  Pierreville, Que., " writes:���������''Baby's  Own Tablets are the best medicine I  know of for little ones. - They relieved my little girl from constipation  when nothing else wouid, and I can  strongly recommend them to other  mothers." The Tablets are sdld by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25 {  cents a\ box from The Dr. Williams '  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont. ' I'  British Columbia Rhodes Scholar  Lestej^W. McLennan", Vancouver, of  the arts class 1922. University of British Columbia, has been recommended  for the Rhodes scholarship.  For Thirty-Five Cents  When you are. avrakened from a  sound sleep by Cramps, when without  a . moment's , warning ' pain springs  upon you, It's* when yon would readily  p������y a hundred dollars for the quick  relief - you- could -secure - from a thirty-  five cent bottle of trusty old Nerviline.  Nothing like Nerviline to^-relieve  cramps, stomach 'gas, diarrhoea and  kindred ills. Nothing better fo'r Neuralgia, cold In the chest and sore  throat. The .price of Nerviline is  thirty-five cents, no more, no less, in  all stores where medicines are sold.  Most of the shadows of this life  are caused by standing in our own  sunshine.  No one need endure tho agony of  corns with Hdlloway's Corn. Remover  at hand to remove them.  A Little Bit of Time  Measuring aThousandth   Part   of   a,  Second * ���������"'  What can happen in the thousandth  part of a second? ' s  This question cornea to'the mind  When -we'hoar of the wonderful instrument in use at the Royal Observatory  at Edinburgh, Scotland, which Professor Sampsop recently���������described at the  British Association meeting.  A wirelessi signal" wiii travel 486  miles in a thousandth of a* secdnd: a  ray of light wiii do tho same; an express train travelling 60 miles an  hour will cover?just under ono Inch  in the time. Y -  pit Is for registering with great pre-  cislon the time of any signal that this  wonderful instrument has been made.  It is an electric detector and records  the movements of a tiny spot of light  on a moving photographic* film. These  ye*y m|nute measurements are becoming more important every day, as it is  only by studying the infinitely little  that our knowledge of the big things  can be advanced.  Japan Principal Buyer  Japan is the principal buyer of British Columbia lead and spelter, as well  as British Columbia's second largest  buyer of copper and pulp.  An Oil that Is Prized Everywhere.-���������  E}r. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil was put  upon the market without any flourish  over fifty years ago. It was put up  to meet the wants of a small section,  but as soon as its merits became  known it had a whole continent for a  field, iind it is now. known and prized  throughout this continent. These ia  nothing equal to it.  j. , Be lll|llillWMimMM*Mte>������M   ' ���������  Patronize your local merchant and  thereby help to build up your homo  town and community.   .  Flowers Which Are Injurious *  Poppies have a very injurious effect upon other flowers placed in the  same vase'; which seems to react  upon themselves, as. they soon fade  and die under such conditions. The  same applies to sweet peas, which  should always be placed by themselves.' ;.'*.��������� vYt,:, .*���������.'-'  Workmen   in   turpentlno factories  never have rheumatism.  Banana Goods Next ��������� *  A    frenchman    has,   invented    a  fabric for women's dresses'  from   thc  leaves of the banana plant; ,  MONEY ORDERS  Remit by Dominion Express Money Order.  If lost or stolen, you est your .money back.  As a vermifuge an effective preparation la Mother Graves*- Worm Exterminator, and it can be given to the  most delicate child without fear of injury to'tho constitution.      Y  True 8olf-Eateem v  ''That   fellow,"   said a man, as ho  pointed to a passing  youth,   "la   the  most egotistical young  fellow  I ever  met."    ���������   '  ",Why so?" asked bio companion.  * "Why, yesterday on hla birthday he  sent a collect message congratulating  bin mothw."���������Boston Globe.  PNEUMONIA  and other Lung Diseases  Claim many victims In Canada, and  should be guarded against  MINARD'S LINIMENT  Is a great preventative, being one of  the oldest remedies used. Minard's  Llnlnwnt has relieved thousands of  cases of Grippe,1 Bronchitis, Soro  Throat, Asthma and kindred diseases.,.  It is tn enemy to-Germs. Thousands  of bottles being usod every day. For  salo by nil druggists and general dealers. , .*_.  Minard's Liniment Co., Ltd., Yarmouth, N.3.  ��������� I.-**-!**  .'"���������"��������� ""��������� "II"!1" : '  ... ������������������ ��������� i iii,. e         i "   "  NOTfCE  Sun Wind 'Bust^Cinders  *lfcC0MMEMDE&t*S0LD'B/ DftUnOlSTS^OPTICIANS  Write for free eve Book, murine Co. Chicago  Trade Mark  Minard's Liniment for Cold*, eta.  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ON  DOO   DISEASES  and How t������ Peed  Uailed    Free   te>   im  Addreai by  ~-~  .'���������- Autkor ^  H.  Cl-AY   Ot.OVKB  CO.,   IMC,  til   Weil   SUMtratt.  New Y������r1c. O.S.A  Can be cured. Don*!  lota .your valuable  bird*. Ad quickly  with sick bird* and  prevent spread of  disease by tbis proven Temedy.    ,  PRATTS ROUP REMEDY  ,   ADVICE YBX&. Oar poalrry a*>  jpatta wiU ha\p yoa. Writ*  ^t tM:fadC&ai*,lJdL  Ta\IMlBll*ii  amt4tm4tmmmmttm4mmtmmm mm mi  "���������',' i '.ss^i^ssifssssss^ssxi^Sf^s^ss:  iSfflCOSWSWSW^P  ������������������ww;  Wlm������!&8m  ���������%SS*sse  FHE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.60 a year in advance.  $3.03 to U.S. points.   ���������  O. P. Hates," Editor aod Owner.  CRESTON,   B.C., FRIDAY, DEC. 16  Liberal  spirit  he exhibited in ac-| stituency Mr. Staples', outstanding ] erals to induce them to hold a rally,  Staples' Candidature Means  UM. L     At-      S* *.rm.0m  sntawim. ~tr vrwtvn  cepting nomination at euch a late  date, hut the most-appreciated of  them all is the telegram received  on Friday from. Canada's prospective premier... and which reads a&  follows:  " Ottawa/ Ont., Dec. ft  R. B. STAPLES,  Creston. B.C  I cannot too siacerely  busir  anxrxxttij  .A  <*u*eje  his thorough  Mr. Staples' address accounted fbr  knowledge of the needs* of th������ man jsi poll of almost half a hundred Lib  on tK^lja������dJwHl?lrtjavailahleto the  new administration, and as a work-  fn^Jciki^ii^bf West Kootenay he  I wiH probably b������ able to ������ive better  aer*i^3ha%he could  possibay render l>^:ho4^p>   spend   five   or   sis  Wmi  attending   the  Whether yon agrfee with R. B.  Staples' politics or, mayhap, dislike  him personally, all must concede  that he admirably demonstrated  that he had the courage cf his con*  victions as well;as displaying the  spirit of gameness that has always  heen^eyident in him in either sport  or business, when he entered the  West Kootenay fight as Liberal  standard bearer hardly more than  two weeks before polling day.  Due to this late; start his defeat  comes aa no surprise, and least of  all to himself. Hai2 he been In the  ��������� Held four weeks earlier, in view of  the small sized landslide to Liberalism in other parts of the Dominion  there ban be no Question as  to his' congratulated on   the return of the'  success iti this constituency. [Liberal  government, eyen   though  Ever since polling day he has the local candidate-^is numbered  been in receipt of .numerous letters 'among tlje unsuccessful. As the  commending   him on  the genuine government's advisor in  this con-  express my  appreciation of-the splendid efforts  made by yourself .and 'friends in  West Kootenay to carry the constituency in the Liberal interests,  nor how deeply 1 regret that West  Kootejiay is not today numbered  amongst' the constituencies that will  be represented on the Government  side at the opening "of 'tjb& Sew parliament. The party generally will  appreciate the adverse circumstances with which the Liberals of West  Kootenay were obliged to contend,  and. will honor you and them the H,  more because of_, the valiant fight  made in your constituency in the  behalf of Liberal principles. 1 hope  to haye an early opportunity of reviewing the whole situation with  you, Meanwhile please accept'on  behalf of the party and myself per-  sonally-this expression of thanksJior  your splendid part in tho campaign  just conrluded.    -  W. L. MACKENZIE KING.  Creston Valley in particular, and  West J������ootnay in' general, is to  be  months-each;^ year -  sessions of the house at Ottawa.  With"'-Lijberal governments .at  both Ottawa ;and ;y.iotoria and  wsth^E&r BY Staples looking after  our fe^eral^n'tereats, there is eveey  iusti6������ation ;for the^ optimism that  esisWitlsatj under _J^e, new order of  tbiiiga^Cr-estGii Valley's best interests will/ibe .. expeditiously handled  by the .defeated Liberal standard  bearer..J���������l -,-Y "  oral ballots "'  -  ~r ' "������**V*  ' Just what would have been the  result had. he entered- the.* fight  early in~October is not hard to forecast in the face of the Sguaes cited.  Your ^ photo  Christmas gift.  makes   an  excellent  Asher's studio.  Ti.     t~S  xii    \j.  sur.  -orsriSH-u  .^xtm    f**An&AVIt.  VICV    wviram v "  CATTLE ASTRAY    '     Y  Came onto' the premises of the undersigned, one red and white wcoley,  cow, Ismail red calf, one black and  white 2, year ..old beifor. No brands,  visible on any of .these. . Owner can  , haye same on paying expenses. JOHN  ��������� SPRATT* Creston.   * '   J  .X*  SELF-INDULGENCE is admit-  ted tQ be a signs'c������ a weak, and  self-denial of a strong character*  Are you building-up both your* character and your Savings Bank account  by thoughtful economies and the deposit c f all your surplus wages each  'p&4~fa.p..^Zzy ������������������       64������  Wa tvakone vtecoa-Wt. laxge <������ sraalL  'THE CANADIAN BANK  PAID-UP CAPITAL Z:: ���������    " - v    {??���������������    ���������*  RESERVE FUND      J   -     1-        $15,000,000  CRESTON ������RAN^I9 C. ������.Bennett, Manageff  B9i  Farm Sale Notes  What d������yeu intend to do with your sale  Wm&~-7 Sring tSscsa tc this Bsr.k ������������r discount  or mfc keeping. You will find prompt, courteous and complete hanking service at our  nearest branch^  S71  IMPERIAL BANK  C W. ALLAN,  OF CANADA,  CRESTON BRANCH,  Manager.  Goal!  Coalt  imperinl  Lump Gait Coal  always in stock.  TRANSFER    and    DRAYING  Stan. M. Watson  Office:    Opp. Methodist Gheeich.  Phone 56  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  Sleighs and OitterM.      Team Sleighs  Single and Double Harney and Supplier*  Several  Sets   of Second-Hand  HamcjHN  mm       am  *   ���������     afFss   -mBt  MSlBSfa mm. IMMUi ^MSlti  ������*Hesnes SB  ���������w     ^f^ffssjsj'aa'sa/������������������bW     *eaasr^|B*r  Coal and Wood For &a1e. :���������*- ;  j-^A' ^^^l ^f^^.      4^U^|^     ^^^^U jmmm.       ^mn_g^   j^~.     ^_g  maajW mm SttS ^ajBjsss' ^aajB^BPF mmsw   ^^~w aa^^awawa^a1    a^v    ^aar I. ..^a&  ^^m ^  Sirdar Av<-. Crmuton  '?tei$ of Meetmgs  -   "'Z\   "-'-'' ----  Z PosmHly the outstanding feature  of the" recent federal election insofar as it- affected Creston - Valley  was the great care taken by all  three candidates   to   deliver   their  |[lieCKSa>Ke    III   .oVcijf"   pOSeiiiiic   |ii}������iiujj  place in the district.  In other tDomhiior. crncests the  appeamnoe of any of the aspirants  in penson was confined solely to  Oreston town. This trip both the  Conservative and Liberal Standard  bearers thought- it good policy to  make an appearance at such points  ae Canyon aTnd Lister, while for  good measure_Dr. Rose stopped off  at Sirdar fbr an afternoon talk  with the electorate.,,.  _  While the Farmer-Labor nominee was not so kindly considerate  of the Valley, any lack of appreciation he may .have, shown personally  was more than made good by his  local supporters; .who made  two appearances at'; some points���������  while'for the lirst' time on record  Erickson was favored with a political r^lly, by the Farmer-Labor ad  ���������tittcates.       ' ,     -~>-b   piiVi-'    Y'P-*--  Now that there are in the neigh -  borhood of 1000 voters irs the Sir*,  dar to Kitchener area Crestoii Valley assumes a new and important 1  aspect in the sight of the live wire  candidate and in future, donbtlesR,  tins quantity of voters should assure Creston more favorable consideration when the heavy artillery, of  any of the partieV are, making  across Canada speaking .. tours,  either in between elections or in the  itinerary preceding a~ general election.  atives found not only an efficient  platform campaigner but also an organizer of equal merit. Mr. Garland's appeals to. the* electorate at  Bosttrell, Kitchener, and in his brief  address at Creston, wero creditable  in every way. All through the]  fight his conduct was .that of a vigorous but eminently fair ughler.  For *.the Farmer-Labor party  Guy Constable rendered distinguished service*as a speaker, and one  whose style and appeal improved  as the campaign aged. Possibly  the most .striking tribute that can  be paid his .efficiency is to recall  that he was able" to make ~~f^ve  Farmer-Labor votes at almost his  first appearance in the fight at  true blue Tory Boswell,," to *������ay  nothing at all - of-, his invitation to  angAir sxf. t-he c\oBit*.fr FsrEjer-Lsbor  Tally in the city of Nelson.  In addition to ' this trio there  were several lesser lights who also  made creditable appearances for all  three parties. Now that so great  a variety of oratorical moulders of  public opinion has been unearthed  there surely should be - no'alarm as  to Creston Valley not being able to  well and truly supply any heed  there1 may be local or otherwise for  political educators-r-or legislators,  provincial or federal.  mm"    ���������  (Archibald Ranch)  4-ft. Dry Cottoii- ;  wood $4 per cord  DELIVERED  ^ *    ���������  Parties wishing to haul their  own wood ean have it at $2  per cord at stump.. Man on  the ground to give delivery. .  H. CHRISTIE, Agent  r i  lepairing  Speakers Develop  Too, any mention "pf the cani-  paign-talkfest would .be incomplete  without some reference to. a num  ber of local speakers < who jnade' a  very creditable debut in the receht  fight. ' ''';. ;: .;������������������';  Top place iu this regard must, of  course, be awarded R. B. Staples,  the Liberal standard .beared who  along with the others, made his in ���������  itial appearance as a pnblio speaker.  Just how convincing his platform  campaign  was,   especially* in   the  rural parts, may be gleaned from a  perusal of the polling returns.    Bn  tering  the   field   just , about   two  weeks before Voting took place, and  with   absolutely   no' organization  anywhere,     the   vote   adverse   to  Staple* in the larger .'centres is not  hard to account  for���������the month's  start his opponentt had on him in  every direction  easily aoooui'its for  that���������bnt in places like Robson and  Crescent Valley,  the only two out  side farming ceiittw tit which lie  appeared, he w-ilkud off with a. ma.  jority, in tb6 hitter   plape a>d   was  only two fthort of a htia|prity at the  former,    ',,,' Y' ;v ,*, ,!,<���������Y:;;,V''*.i'i.,,"','"  At Naku������p, where'he 'yviitt ,Jte<>l!cj(ft  whs it������w������le������������ to.'6v0n'ii������9ld,,.tt, meeting  bin platfot'Vn vffwrji, 'A|otyj aorjot^iit^  for 04 votes, while at  Kaslo wliere  a day had to be sp^ntin order to inject sufficient courage into the Lib.  We have now in stock a full  . supply of First-Class  POULTRY  Turkeys, Geese, Ducks and  . Chicken  *. ���������>  Ffesh Oysters  Pi iine Christmas Roosts of Beef.  IJ,lb Rousts.  , *   Pot Rousts  Choice Veal, Pork and  Mutton  Chopped Snet for your Chvietmas  P. '    Pudding. ���������  ^ Mince Meat for your   .  Y,     '   OhrlHtma8 Pies/  Finest quality Cooked Ham  . r Lunch Meats,    Minced Meats  Bologna,,.,; Spare Ribs  .-'.': I'l-ipe^'  FISH  freBh from the Pacific Ocean.  Salmon, Halibut, Cod  a������d Herring*  All kinds of Smoked and  salt Fish      ;;  - ,*' ��������� ��������� '���������  * ���������' ��������� ��������� '   * '.,* " ��������� .,..  l^hc far-famed brand "tit '-'  '  0 Shamrock Pork Sausage  Hams, Bacon, Butter  and Lard     '   *  We  are, always   pleased   to  handle   your orders and  solicit your patronage.  Shop Early iind make  ydut* choice "~ \ *,.  Men's  Half Soles, $1.25  Women'sHalf Soles,$1.00  , Guaranteed for 6 months.  Alex. Mirabelli  Shoemaker   - -    CRESTON  land Set ftfneRtmenis  Mlnlmvm vrtea at first-^laea* land  re&acaa. te |8 an acre: seeond-claaa to  98.ee on aere.  * ftp*-Mnptlon sow confined to a������nr-  v^yed lands only.  s Reoords.-wllI be grant-ed covering only  la������d suitable for agricultural purposea  and wblch Is non-timber land.      -***-  Partnership pre-emptiona abolished,  " but parties og not more than four may  .arrestee for adjacent pre-emptions  -with (Joint residence, but each making  necessary Improvements on respective  claims. ���������'***.  Pre'-emptora must oocupy claims for  fire years aad sna&s Improvements to  value of S10 oer acre, IncJudinK clear-  , ir,g ahd cultivation as at ieasi 1 s*cr.s.  before receiving Grown Grant. -  W)\ere pre-emptor In occupation not  less than S years, and/has made proportionate Improvements, he may, be-  - cause of Ill-health, or other cause, Im  granted Intermediate certiflcate of Improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence, may be Issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent oi  1800 per annum aiid records-same each -  year.' Failure to make Improvement;!  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  -less than 6 years, and improveAients  of 510.00 per,acre, including 6 acres  cleared and cultivated, - and reuideiiic*  of at least Z ytfars are required, ap  , Pre-emptor   holding   Crown   grant  ' may record another pre-emption, if at  requires land in conjunction with hln  ' rarm,i without actual oooupaiton, pro-  : vlded   statutory improvemenu  mad*  '* Mid: tesldencV maintained on Crown  granted land. ���������   UnsurVeyed areas, not exceeding so  acres*,; may be leased aa homesltes;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  Por graslng and indu * - -���������  tdlng  640  i   , ���������s* person or compan  Mill, factory or Industrial sites en -  Ing; and industrial ljurpomB  areas   exoeedlng  040  acres  may  **������  leabod by one person or com]  Mill, factory c  timber land not  exceedini  uy.       jg**40 aam>?  may be purchased; oondltfons Include  payment of stumpage.  Natural hay meadows  inacceaslbla *  by existing roads may be purohastd  conditional upon construction of a road  ..fo them.   Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceedlngvhalf of pprchsce,  price, Is made. *.  ���������'������������������'  ',  . PRE-EMPTORS'     FRHC      ORANTfl  '   ���������"   '    "        ���������    ACT.*  "The scone of this  include all ]  ing with H  time within   of a deceased pre  SevitfeM  for title under this ^ct ls^ttenl^  from for one year from the death of  such person, aa formerly, until one  year after the oonoluslpn of the pr-Batnt  war." ,������Ws privilege Is also mad*, m*.  troactlve., ,      a  No fees relat'"*- ���������** ���������**-������--������������������-��������������������� ^  due or p  emptlons  Taxes ���������' are'*'*  Provlalon^fof "return'o?" moneys sc-  crued, due Md been paid since August  I, 1014. on sooount of payments, ?������m  or;taxes on soldUrs' pffl-eniptions.*  .,*   Interest on^agreemenis to purchaoe  ^fii*^01^ lots held by ,member������rof  AJHed Forces, or dependents, acquired'  Jdlrsot or Jndlreotr remitted fromTen-  niatment to March Ij, Mio���������    ���������   .  SUD.PUHCHAJIing or VROWM  Provision   made   for   Issuance   of  Crown Brra-nto to sub-purohasers   of  purchasers who. railed   to   oompltte   ���������  purchsse, involrlns forfeiture, on^ul-  llllment -at eondltlons of purchase. In-"  torest and taxes., Where sub*purc\iaa-   *  era do jribt claim wholej of original ������Ir.   .  *������mm9m00m99*m^eW������1--"  aa* ���������&$*_ ���������*x^wrm*';"";*.,  *       im'       ���������  **',.,," ,*<-    l.,-;",'.    J-J-'l    'l,.     .f'.ii.Almi    ;���������'**���������������  d^&^ll^^^  Vldes 1otl'mrt4!kitia'a.-~#4r*tm~mm~.*mJ~;Z- ���������.  ��������� >s  /  **.*;!  P  *1 IKE - tfBBSTttK��������� - REVIEW  \  If  Drais&age Sapt;      y  r-~i' ���������0---~y    s~9,   ���������. -lv-'   ar"zi- r,-   ���������  Swemden's View  BOSNERS FBRRY,>Ida.������ DecJ ������-7  "The collection of dat* 'on the* pro**  poped Kootenai ' reclamation! project  has not reached a sufficient 8tagWl.for  the framing of recommendations," is  the "statement of W. G. Swendsen,  state commissioner*'of .reclamation,  who retnrried to Boise last Fridfe'y after haying .spent a Week in this county and in Canada, with representatives  of British Columbia; securing firsthand data regarding, the" project: Mr.  Swendsen gave out vtbe following interview to ths Boise, Statesman! rela=  tive to the Kootenai Valley drainage  project: ___    -,    * y      ���������  - "More field work,* will have to be  done and data collected hy various in-  dividurals Yconjtpared- before recom-  uiendations cab be made," said Mr.  Swendsen, "Engineers are now working to collect this information. As  soon.as the. work is completed another  meeting w!H be called and I think afcj;  that time recommendations will be  made to the governments of all interested parties, namely, .the United-  States government, the Canadian government and the state of Idaho."  "W. G. Sloan, representing the  state, ts now in Canada working on  the collection of the necessary -field  data. '* '  v'   '*  nen  ���������.TT IT.  r~-x  -  **The project,, if t developed, will give j  to   Idaho   about ' one    hundred r fifty '  thousand acres of what has foedri'tei-m- \  ed the richest land in the state.     This'  land   is   annuallyv. during  the   flood  season; immdateiS by the waters of,the  Kootenai    riveij,   which  flows   north  through "Boundary county into Kootenai lake in. Canada.       .   -  * Enormous "amounts of  water  uow  down the riyer. each "year and during  ;the* flood   aeasoa ..the, runoff reaches  two hundred   thousand  second, feet..  This  figure  was' compared   by   Mr.  Swendsen   w1thv*% the  runoff of the  Snake river which registersabout 35,-  000 second fpet..; The rise and fall of  x&.Got^u������n* <aj������*a^w   Oauoda   is SvGcSt 28  feet and at, Bonners Ferry the Koo-,  tenai riyer fiticruates about 28 ' feet  during the year.   ' -  "ThlD     ait*.P-ir*.*-.   **      r-rxlLS        ������*-,       Cl ~t-  L-.~l.xl  SilUwiSuBi -    3o,eU    tuF.   oweuu-  sen, "makes.the. problem a difficult  one to handle,: -The solution seems to  be the widening of the lake's outlet  which is an arm about 18 miles long,  but before this is recommended a careful study will be made of all information available."  According to thecommisoioner there  are two phases of the work as far as  Idaho is concerned. The first of these  is the widening" of the lake's outlet  and the second is ' the effect of this  widening on the Idaho land to be te-"  claimed. These lands lie 150 miles  from the lake and the question has  arisen whether or not the widening of  the lake's outlet will have any effect  on the flood conditions in Idaho more  than 100 miles away.  Other means of disposing of *the  flood waters, of the Kootenai riyer  haye been suggested but the solution  of the pi-obleni will -have to be agreeable to both .Canada and Idaho for'  Idaho's northern neighbor' also has  lands tb reclaim by ,the perfection of  the.project and' any plan, though favorable to Idaho; but Wftitth dueft tii't  meet with approval of Canada, cannot  be adopted. -  *^BIl%itfV!BS������ a ga  V  \  *,Tyive something -oracticaP' is the slo-glin of this^viear's -CJhr!st"ma*s'!elvi!ior everv where, and  what could be. mpre, practical than, some article of wear., Below wejjst^a few items that  will indicate just how complete our stocks are in the line-of, wearables, and you will find the  prices even mom satisfying. . .     -���������    .-,    ;*-���������.������        /~  Stocked   with   the  choicest of ,  very  Fresh. Cured a������d  Cooked Meats  Fatherza^d Big  Brother  SSmSsSSSSw^Ss  1 ,P t-     l^t���������v-  I  ������������������ 10,0--  Sweaters in Pullapetr and Coat  style, $3.00 and up  Shirk; with and without Collars  Felt and Leather Slippers  Suspenders, is* fancy B*  lalso Beits  For the  KIDDIES  Sweaters  m Jrutlover and  "-. "     For  --       '  ���������  Mother bud- Bin  Ties in choice, patterns  tX M. t-frxX-m,  m a ftnufitrr t,r.S~ifS  tag  a-t&Wn  'ana  Coat styles  C-  Stockings that 'Boys and Girls  will be proud to wear  Strap Slippers from SI. 75 up '  Handkerchiefs for Bbys and Girls  Ties for the Boys  ^0- AS'St&SSmf*  AU Wfiol Vests, V neck? no sleeves?  $2.00.   - Sweaters  Heather, Wool and Lisle Hose  Pure Silk Hose, garter top  Black only, at SI JO  Venus Silk Hose, in Black, Brown  and Grey, garter top, $1.75  -    Gift Handkerchiefs in bases  Ktsoons for  me uiris  ran.  TWl.  x- ei est  Suede and Pelt Supers  %~T-~\ ^%~^~i-.-~a.l������jKjr. J~9t  L~M.A-~\JLkm3X irjm.AfiM.K0f  Jap and Ntttci Oranges. Seeded and Seedless Raisins.   . Cluster Raisins, Figs, Dates, &c.  Cleaned Currants. Lemon, Orange and Citrnn Peel. Nuts, including Almonds, Filberts, Brazil  and Peanuts. -' ��������� f Shelled Almonds and Walnuts-      Fancp Biscuits.       Candled Frmt in boxes���������French  A large assortment of Christmas Candies,       ' Fanes, Boxes of Chocolates  g-g****mtt~.  x ^Mre. T~. Chalmers is- a patient in St,  Eugene Hospital, .Grainbrook,   where  n%j  ANTILE COMPANY, Ltd.  W. Brain, who is taking treatment in  that insiittitton_for a .severe c&se of  neuritis.        Z  '<*������  Local  Personal  At~25c.   someone  is  going  to   get  and  she ������-ueces8fuUy   underwent an oper* j great value in the. Baby Gladys doll  ation for appendicitus one day the lat> | raffle, the tickets on which are on sale  A    * ~x--.tfmt���������:.y. tm -��������� '      -x  0.--.-.- *-.   ^  .  ������v s-ti-    ^._l-^_  ary deputy game warden since about  the first of the month.  *-" r*,rf?4.iyt   '^AiOl  \-YKshYY\  -:    ,;    ��������� - 1^*- _, .-     -     .-- -    - -;*   -'  A share of pufollp patronage is  Prices are  right "������fnd  the best  'service is guaranteed.   .  of  CrestonMeatMarket  Postoffice Block.     JACK BARRACL0U6H  laaai  Os*A������BiBMkI          ojisjuicii niuus  on  Gliscalco Radiator Fluid  Can't freeze. Best on' the   .  market.    $2.50 per gkl.  Ford Power Plants  $200 laid  20 horse  po.wer.  down.  Complete line of  Dayle Evsready Flachligltts  and Batteries  Batteries Stored and kept  Charged for $1 per month  Greston Auto & Supply  11. s. bevan; prop.  Rich In Butterfat, and from  TubercDlln-tested Cows  CREAM FOR SALE  . ...   at Axil times   ,..  7 Quarto or iV'JPinto'for $1100.  ^aAawaMaa^aBMMUaaVaaaBhBB^BBMaV* ^  MOUNTAIN  WALTER  VIEW RANCH  V. J AUK SON  .ter. part' ���������>f the* week.  Col. 'Fs-������d lilst-er, H.PiP.,-accompan-  fefcby j^trs. Lister^(i|������������-^d ^oju^Vic-  toria on Thursday last^j where :he he*  been toir the past six weeks attending  the session of, the legisiatm-eYV T- <   v.  , TStfnrsi���������On December BrA.   to  Ms-,  and' Mrs. Pi-ed Thompson, a son.      ^ '  Mr. Tulk, who huils from Newfoundland, is a Camp Lister visitor at present, with his friend. J. W. Head. Y  ' Norman Stftnes has quit Lister permanently, leaving last week to rejoin  his wife-in England, she having left  for-the Old Country early this spring.  We understand it is their intention to  reside permanently in Italy in future.  D. Peterson*in at piesentlootcing after  the house.  Possibly the most enjoyable whist  and dance yet held in Ltater was that  of Saturday night at the schoolhouse.  under the auspices ofr-tVe'Ladies* Auxiliary of the G. W. V A., there being a  particiihu-lv fine turnout of people  from Creston, Erickson and Canyon.  At curds the high scorers were Mrs.  Chas, Huscroft end J. WY (lead,  while the consolation prizes were taken home ��������� by Mist> I. Bliss of Creston  and Ned Stevens. Supper followed  cards and then came dancing toexcell-  ent'music by-the Yew bury brothers  and Brow n orchestra, with M������;s. Lister relieving on the piano. The proceeds will be ' used to procure gift*,  etv...fof tlie annual child ten "h Christmas entei tainment. The attendance  of visitors from other points in the  Valley is much appreciated 4nd the  hope is expressed that tbey, will keep  on comiug.  A small road gang in charge of John  Bii-d is'making some .needed repairs  on the road in front of the MoLeocl  ranch.. 'A Hkcly looking cntyeit is be.  Ing put in, and. will prevent the ann  nai washout that oocured pirylonsly  at this point.   ...  Of the 121 balUcts cast at the election  on Tuesday last there was not a spoll-  ed one in the lot. ant), the clay's pro-  ceetllngs passed qff most harmoniously  undei tho direction of O.B.O.- Jtos,  Bell, wlio was nttststed by A. WZ Webb.  The poll showed Rose 02. Humphrey  10\ Staples 8.-. r  II, T. Milnor,' who presidjpd * nt the  se,ttlctti" nrtecting on Monday night,  hack an audience of almost iO to' par-  tlciprtto* in the deHboi-Atldns,u;iwhich  lifted till alino&t 11 o'clock.     ^ '.���������  V  Itepoi-tH from  an* ti������ the effect  little change in  at Beattie-Oatways... ~ Di-awirig tak<������s  place Christmas ev<e at the same store.  The:,public school  usual ibwo weeks.j Christmas vacation  today, with opera tion6,;dne, to resume  on .January 3r3Y Tii\ tlbe /primary  room'this afternoon will be "gSveifov*  er to the usual closing* entertainment  Which many of the parents'wilf,attend. - ,      ,  ^ Communication -with points across  the Kootenay whs re-established ��������� on  Snnday afternoon when the brand  new ferry was placed in operation,  haying been towed up the river by the  tug, attached to the government  dredge at Kootenay Landing. Tbe  new ferry is power operated.  At the Annual meeting-of-Creston  closes   for  thej M.asMI>ic. J^xJge on*&te������^������&?  niBht  H.^Young^-was chosen*; master*^for the  coming year, replacing Jas/ Compton.  T. W.fBundy is senior wardenYf and  <Bert"Norris fs- junior warden./ The  year just closed has been one5of ihe  most successful in the history of the  organization here.  A quiet Wedding * was 'solemnized a%-  Christ Church on   Friday,   December  'ZZ-,- ^th. at 10 o'clock, by the Rev. Harold'  m--w'i* mtmv*.v^ ��������� *^ ~-  Varley. when Miss Mae Small, eldest -  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Small  of Creston, became the bride of Leslie'  J.* McOauvran of Jervis Street. Van-'  couver. The bride, who was unattend-5"  ed, .looked charming in a frock of nigger brown Cnaton crepe with hat to  match, and carried a boquet of carnations and t-naicSea hair fern, and was  givep~away.by_l>er .fattier*   .. After the  ceremony a "Wej^dttig .Bro^k^ist  was  served at the home of the' br/de's parents. anctMr.' and -Mrs.-.M���������������$auyran  left on the noon train for-Spokane and  8e������ttle"wher-e ������. short aoneymoon will  be spehts after which they will he at  homeat 610 Jervis Strt*������t,J^a,n.((spuvc-1-.  Oranhrook   hospital  that   tlivre   is   very  the condition   of A.  , About 75 -couples in, attendance at  the dance given by the Banff orchestra in the.Grand Theatre ballroom on  Friday night. In addition to the excellent music the floor *- was In line  shape and a splendid supper was  served by a committee" er������f local young  ladies. ������ '   ,  District chief of provincial police  Gammon, of Nelson, ^was here on an  afficial yisit the latter part of the  week, and nn the return,-trip took  along with him the Indian, Big John,  who had the day previous sentenced  to 30 days in Nelson jap on a chuige of  drnnkeness.  During the past ten days the Valley  has been fayored with u sample of.  most every sort of weather "known.  While the excessive wetness has been  unseasonable the moisture was wel  corned by the orchardists following  the rather dry summer and fall the  Valley-has had.    *  An earlv December' wedding of, interest to-Gre/Jton people Svas the marriage of W. Baes of the pitching staff  of Creston -baseball club, who was  united in marriage with Miss Lulu  Bolton, Rev. O. Knox officiating.  Mr. and Mrs. Baes will continue to reside in Creston. --  Tne* weekly prize offered . by Man-,  ager French of the Exchange billiard  piirlor for high scores at snooker ancl  billiards,.were last week won by W.  Morfrow and Sergt. Sniith, Great Interest is being" taken in the beiin  guessing contest which closes -on Saturday, Deo. 24th.  Rev. R.,12. Pow, at one tjjne Pros  byterlan pastor here, and' later with  thc Y.M.C.A. at Cranbrook, and for  the pant yoar back in; ctim-eh. woVic at  JBrnle, Alta., announciprt that, ho haB  taken a pastorate In tl������eJp*t>ace;.Rlvei:  country unil- Is moving fi-oni'" Oranhrook to his new home almost immediately.    \   '" '  -V-Y   '  r,  Z'Z  Z  The d ������Scr shooting season closed yesterday, and despite the. absence of th'e  usual quantity of snbw^the'fejir^l-veni-  Ison hss bents Very la^Y^pecJHily by  the Indiana. The game board haye  had.,0. Hendy on tho Jab of teniprfiv  Attention to Necessary  ���������   , "���������������������������7-1 ���������;     ;���������''  ,���������?-,-   ;��������� a1?,:. s,,...;..i ,. ���������:,������������������;  ������������������; :. tttih1 nutate;  <- ?  T1TTT T  VV XJUJLI  I9AVA  ���������m mtxYVfiist,  Ar������KJX\JCmX.,  et XTT-k  trsT.T~iifi!> .-  .x^ittusu:  Ffices Right. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  AUTHORIZED^ORD SERVICE  FREE AIR.    Tires arid Accessories.    AUTO LIVERY  All kinds of GRINDING done at reasonable prices.  CRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  UDGATE BROS.  PHONE B1  IF YOU ARE THINKING  Mai  OF BUILDING NOW  .aBMaManaa-jBBaBaBHBa-maMSNBBwa  IS 1 HE TIME!  BMsna  No doubt you will pay more money  for lumber uext yedr.  WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF LUMBER  All Hinds of Mouldings and Finish  Shingles and Brick  Ask us to quote you price.    ' ** >        *]    .    i :  .' i  LIMITED  "',*���������"< tl.--  ..ixll*    ,,  -''������if HlllWliltlMll.ll.tlW,  iS*0it  Lrl.?0r  :'~ffi' tf~y_-';-Z :'i+.;''  P'<:  P:?y?i?  'PiA~?P!;-PrP'r-sc-?.:.  - *   >���������*���������*���������-��������������� '?;*��������� c<n*-f^YY*,*:-:* *V'������*V>^Y>Y/V-  .;���������'.'..*/ ..������������������������������������ ���������������������������-:;���������������������������/���������* -,.'*'*..,*.' [  *":.'* ...*.."���������"���������' * :**'. ;'��������� I'."*;.. :'v. :*** ��������� !������.,*.*>  y:.j'-p.y%~  \  V ��������� *������������������  PlPEol  lEttOWAl:  ^ttRNteEY  Y tb ������it*s Zw h yY ^S9$$&^ Z  ^Y^^;Pp^?f^1r:;Y  -^oz^mm^ym  ufiUMinr<������  SIARE BROS. WESTERN UNITES ������ ****.������&������������  Oond nJie, tree, all particulars about  WBCLA''Cl*fpo'or filpoteaay  Pwrnaco.  1  "/,##��������� S������������iOB*t������eroe������f ������������������������������������������������*��������� ������������������������������������������������#*���������(  Address'.  ���������������������������������tf������������������t������������������*���������������������������|f |ftg^������*  iana<  -'pporiusuty  "s  Too Many Short Cuts  Efficiency  Is  Not  Reached'Until   De-  --._ tails Are Mastered .     ""   .-  Leant a. trade aad don't be satisfied, until you have mastered ��������� the details and "ate- able to prove you are a  specialist at \ your job. One great  trouble***" today is that short cuts-, are  taken to shorten apprenticeships and  the result is often a "botch" turned  out" instead'of a" workman. The same  Is often true of school ands...college  life; anything to get in the prescribed time,; and' as a resitif it is often a/  poor stab that Is made at the examinations^.. You qan't grow an oak on  mushroom principles.���������Brussels Post.  DIET NOT EVERYTHING  IN KEEPING HEALTHY  Feelings of unrest and tlie state of depression which have pre  vailed in Canada are but a reflex of similar conditions throughout; digestfble^and  the world, and the cause can be attributed very largely and directly i  to conditions brought about by the Great War.      Only through a  general improvement in world conditions can a permanent betterment be effected, but in the bringing about of that general world improvement each nation has a part to play.     Xn iaddition^each nation  must assidiouslyset to work to overcome existing difficulties and  Your table may be loaded with food,  wholesome, yet you  don't get strong.. What's the trouble?  The liver is lazy," stomach is overloaded, the bowels are not active. Relief  is quickly supplied by Dr. Hamilton's  Pills. .They make weak'sickly people  strong and well because they keep the  system clear of impurities. Those  who regulate the system with Dr.  Hamilton's Pills don't have indigestion  or constipated headaches, they feel  enlived. all over, because their system  Sr.     I.rtrttt-    txx     nvtr. rxrxXtx    xtit-x���������. 1���������. rr . rt���������.l.��������� rtVjx  XK>     LXV-j/x    XAX    DUI.UVLU    X XXXXXXAXlg,  'VAXxXtrX t AO  ! revitalize * and' stimulate  your  whole  Rich Embroidery Trims a  Coat of Poiref Twill  Timeless  The Fisherman.���������I suppose this  rain* will do a lot of good, Pat?  -Pat.���������Ye may well say that sorr.  An hour of ut now will do more good  in five minutes than a month of ut  would do in a week at any other  time,   j? . , '  find a solution for present problems as they are fpiind to exist in each  particular country.  The conference on the limitation of armaments at Washington  is one important step towards bringing about what cannot fail to be  a vital factor in reducing the burden now imposed on the economic  ...     ,     .   ,      ��������� , ... ,, x,   *  , structure of the world and flowering: the tremendous load of taxa-J^Sf^i^oSa^-fS^ ������������  tion levied on all peoples. Aside from the enormous reductions to icon's Pills, which certainly bring  be effected-in war expenditures, the agreement for limitation of .good looks good spirits, good health,  armaments, which now seems assured, will have an even more bene- p5c ^J?' deal������r^ or Tho Catarrhozone  ficial* effect because the result niust be to greatly reduce, the danger ' MontreM-  > of war in the future, thereby giving confidence and stability to world  finance, trade and commerce. "*���������  The successful outcome of thc negotiations between thc British.  Government and the representatives of Southern Ireland is a second  and enormously important step towards a rehabilitation of confidence throughout the English-speaking world. It means much to  the whole British Empire as it removes the one great danger spot  of friction and ill-will within the.Empire. .The solution of the Irish  problem aiso means a betterment in the relations between the Empire and the people of the Unified States, and^this is of the greatest  importance to Canada and cannot fedi'to have a steadying and- bene-  crai effect in this Dominion.  A third event, bound to have a good effect on business conditions throughout the Dominion, is the holding of the general election  in this country,-when, for the first time in a decade, the people have  "had a free and untrammelled opportunity to pass judgment on questions of purely domestic policy.      Until a verdict of the people was  obtained there was bound to be, a considerable degree of political  unrest and business uncertainty.      The people of Canada had become divided into several groups on economic^uestions and the impression prevailed generally that for a period of years' it was going  to be extremely difficult to carry on government in this country  without resort to log-roiling and the making of dangerous compromises.      This inevitably had an adverse effect on .business and,the  people as a whole. v  Quite apart, therefore, from, any consideration as to which one  of the three political parties has emerged victorious from the battle  nutrition of the nerve cells, requiring  of the ballots, people are breathing a sigh of relief that one of the!an   effective   tonic.     As the nerves'  - ���������   ���������- --.-.. ...... _.    .      . naveto be nourished by    the   blood,  the vital fluid must be built up.     Dr.  Williams'   Pink   Pills act directly on  WHEN NERVES ARE  A Tonic Should Be Taken To Enrich  the Blood  When you become so exhausted after a day's work that you cannot sleep,  or sleep fails to refresh you, it is time  to look after your health.' Failure to  act at once means a steady drain on  your health reserve, which can result  in but one thing���������a . nervous breakdown.  Do not wait for a breakdown. The  treatment is simple enough if you do  not let your condition become too far  advanced.     The treatment is one of  V By Marie Belmont  ���������x V ���������*  This lovely cOat Is developed in tan  Poiret twill, combined with dark-  brown. The latter is chosen for the  upper part of the coat as well as the  under part of the sleeves. - The skirt  of the c6at is lavishly adorned with  dark brown embroidery, and this enriches the upper part of the sleeves.  Beaver fur encircles the neck and also  makes handsome cuffs. The wide  belt is slipped through' a buckle of unusual size, while a solitary button  fastens the collar. The . hat that accompanies this is of brown hatter's  plUsh and is trimmed with flowers.  MRS. MARY W1LKELM  "No matter what l should say about  Tanlac, It wouldn't be half good  enough, said Mrs. Mary \*viihelm, 716  Mint Way, South Side, .Pittsburg, Pa.  "I never dreamed lt possible for a  medicine to restore me to the splendid  health I now enjoy. In fact, I had  - -almost resigned myself to being : an  invalid, ������s I could . see I was losing  weight and strength every dayT'and  no TPelief was in sight. For three  years stomach trouble, headaches and  nervousness made my life miserable.  "The first bottle of Tanlac acted al-1  most like magic and it wasn't long  until I was so well and strong that I  could hardly realize I had ever known  a, sick day. .,1 am like a different person in every way npw, eating, sleeping, feeling and looking better than in  years.'*'  Tanlac ts sold hy leading druggist^  everywhere.  three has been given a sufficiently large following in the new,. Parliament to enable it to'direct and carry on the business of government.  This, in itself, is bound to have a gcf.d effect in removing the former  uncertainty, and with the ending of the uncertainty there will follow  a removal of much unrest. Depression will thus, to a very considerable degree, give place to confidence, and with increased confidence a renewal of activity, will follow. , ��������� -\  It remains now for each community and. individual citizetj, to  Hall's Catarrh Medicine  Those who are In a "run down" condition will, notice that -Catarrh bothers  them much more than when they are In  good health. This fact proves that,  while Catarrh is a local disease. , it Is  greatly influenced by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is a Tonic and acts through the  blood upon the mucous surfaces of tKe  body, thus reducing the inflammation and  assisting Nature in restoring normal conditions.  Aii Druggists.     Circular's free.  P. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.  Bees Have Smallest Flats  _^ The ,*' smallest    apartment    houses  ar"e  those  occupied, by  betes.      In  a  the blood, and with proper regulation bi- s- . ��������� honc-vcomh thpre are  of the diet have proved of the great- c"Dlc- -������������Y 0' ttolieycomt> there are  est benefit in nervous troubles. about 9,000 cells  Mrs. Mary McAdam, Sydney Mines,  N.S., is one of the many who has  proveds this tonic treatment. She  says: "Last winter my health .corn  pletely gave out,  Y   ���������lpIsh.PrI.de  O'Rourke.���������Werq; ye hurted much  by the crack Flanhigah gave ye wid  his shtick?  McNally (proudly) .^-tt takes a" better man than Dinny Flannigan to hurt  me. Oi,wor only shtunned.���������Boston  Transcript.  /  Relief From Asthma.     Who can describe the relief from suffering which'  ������ ������,.*. vii -.,������������������ Arvr-t*��������� i follows the use'of J. D. Kelldgg's As-  I was all run down I thma Remedy ?    Who can express the  system !^ \c������?<"-; feeling of joy that comes when its .soft  larmed me.   I ouen  aua g ntle influence reiieves the tight-  headaches, and at times  enedrchoking air tubes!     It has made  severe pains in *������ jreelon    of. jny  asthmatic affliction a thing of the past  heart.   I felt as though I would never  for   man        G   d   drug|lst8   ev*ery.  20JJ*-  swing Canada into an era of prosperity for all. J  Canadians should enter into this great national work wiih st6ut' ,_       ���������       .      .,   . - .     .     .M      ,*-.    .������������,-,.     ���������������������������   ������*������&&*������t  hearts and a will to succeed;     "It can be done."     Thc divisions and J^ J*110*f *������?��������� wuitoSs'   Fink    PiHa where havo sold lt t0T years*  feelings engendered in the past should now be buried with that dead |and before the second box was finish-  past.      What is required is a united Canada; a Canada with a.*for-led I began to improye, and* under a  ward look; a Canada imbued with optimism; alive with energy, I  thrilled with a national enthusiasm, and inspired "with a true Canadian national spirit. It means that every Canadian must work and  work hard, and it must be thc business of government and of every  community and individual to sec that remunerative, constructive  work is provided for all��������� '  The dark clouds of adversity which havc for so long hufng ovcr  thc world are lifting; there is a teilver lining all'around them* and  that lining ts broadening in extent and becoming brighter ail the  time. Through a union of all their forces, and the application of .all  their energy and skill to the development o. their great wealth of  natural resources, the Canadian people can easily place this Dominion very quickly in the front rank of thc nations treading the paths  of prosperity.  fiBrther use of the pills I felt as well  as ever. I would advise all weak and  nervous women to give this medicine  a trial."  You can get Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills through any dealer iu medicine,  or by mall, post paid ,at 50 cents a  box or six boxes for $2.50 from Tho  Dr. Williams' Mediclno Co., Brockville, Ont.  Without courage there cannot be  truth, and without truth there can be  no virtue. .  ,  How "Humbug" Originated  The expression, "all humbug," had  its origin during a Continental war,  when many false reports were circulated In Hamburg. It became* customary for anyone wishing to signify  his disbelief in a statement to, say,  "That is Hamburg," and so the word  "humbug" found Its way into the  language.  Miller's Worm Powders were devised tp promptly relieve children who  suffer from the ravages of worms. It  is a simple preparation to destroy  stomachic and*intestinal worms withY  oilt shock or injury to the most sensl-;  tlve systemY They act thoroughly  and painlessly, and though in some  cases they may cause vomiting; that is  an' indication of their powerful action  an4 not of any nauseating property.  ���������/  360 Characters on Typewriter  A   typewriter   has been introduced  Into India, which will write the three  hundred and sixty characters of th������  Begall alphabet.  An Oil for All Men.���������-The sailor, the,  soldier, the fisherman, the lumberman, I  OF INTEREST  TO WOMEN  This is a Short Letter, But It  Proves the Reliability of  v Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.  Give your local merchants a chance.  Buy at home.  ���������9*  Quickly    .  Relieves  Constipation  Don't Urteon-tfifMtloti pot-ton your Wood  ������n������l curUHyotireoergy.  K your liver ind bewato  4oa't work prop' ~*  ��������� rly tile*  CAITEB'S    J ���������MITT  gfttl* Um/TIw  rill* va4s9*_M ���������-Mrt  mm a   tsttf m ���������ff II  trouble; #111M \nmWWH  ly~~&jti~mV&0_    *.  tgfthe**.  Fiteatytattatable.  Manslaughter In 2ad Degree  Minard's   Liniment ' used by  Inarlea  Using a razor���������bad stuff���������but many  people do it for their corns.   The only -.     remedy that Is painless and sure Is oulrer.  Putnam's Corn Extractor, which does  r-emove warts and corns, cleans them  right  off.      Refuse a  substitute for  "Putnam's," 25o everywhere.  Knew From Experience  With an air of great daring thu  meek-looking man walkod into tho  large draper's shop.  "Er���������I want a pnlr ot glovim for my  wife," he said shyly to the assistant.  "Yes, sir," replied the girl blithely.  "What color? Kid, suede, or Hole  thread, and how many buttons���������two,  four, six, eight ���������"  "f don't care," Interrupted the man  boldly "so Iotik an they don't button  down the hack."  Mlnard'n  Liniment  for  DUtomper  the outdoor laborer and all who are  Veter-, exposed to injury and the elements  will find Dr. Thomas' Eolectrlc Oil a    I true and   faithful, friend.      To; ease  "Rverv mnn hns hla troubles." ob- Hpaln������ **eliefe colds, dress wounds, sub-  ~?aK    ~ irouoies,    oo !due lumbag0 and   overcome   rheuma-  served the Sage. , tism, lt is excellent. '   Therefore, tt  "Yes," agreed the Fool. "And most should have a place in all home medi-  of thorn wear skirta."���������CIncInnatl En- clnes and those talcon on a Journey,  .    i*NEY|  ^-.^MWh ^���������.������v*..**i������wiM| m~-iJrt^^.Mi~j^ti,-ri:  Not Looking For Work  A washerwoman applied to a gentleman for work, and he gave her a note  to the manager of a certain club, It  road ao follows: /  "Dear Mr. X.���������Thta "sirdman, wants  washing."        x  Very UWtly afterwards the answer-  came back:  "Dear Sir,*���������I daresay Bhe does; hut  I don't fancy the job.  Something to Worry About  Some people admit frankly that  they made all their frlonda, but they  can't understand where their enemies come from.���������Columhla Mls-  sourlan.  Minard's Liniment for Garget In Csws  Bothwell, Ont���������"I was weak and  run down, had no appetite and was nervous, ^he nurse who  took care of me told  rae to try Lydia E.  Pinkham's vegetable Compound,  and now I am got-  tingstrong. I recommend your medicine  to my friends, and  you may use my  testimonial.' '���������Mrs.  W.J. Brady, R.R. 2,  Bothwell, Ont.      The reason why  Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is so successful in overcoming  woman's ills is because it contains ths  tonic, strengthening properties of good  old-fashioned roots and herbs, which  acton the female organism. Women  from all parts of tho country are continually testifying to its strengthening,  beneficial influence, and as it contains  ao narcotics or harmful drugs It Is s  fi&f������ medicine for women*  If you want special advice writs  'Lydia E. pinkham Medicine Co. (con*  fldentlal), Lynn, Mais.   Your letter  will be opened, read, ond-anawercd by  women only*  ���������������������������>���������������wmw������������ei������ miimmmiimtmiwttmmmimiimmmimmmmimmmm  * >,i.. in , i i ���������'   -   I i i i   w. n. v. mt  a  ���������t '1  .1 I.l  l<\  A  J,  . j  f-.l.  *'   'i  -   feW-MtWp   *���������-   Sm      **) P"JY ������*4l(*H A) ������jj.     ,  ���������Hi. ..  ���������  V  TTTP3     KFVT^W.      rT?"FSTn-Nf.     B.      O.  /w -   )  Liberal Party Is  Returned To Power  By Large Majority  Or  Ottawa.���������After ten years in opposition, the Liberal party is again returned to power. In the new House, Hon.  W. L. MacKenzie King will 7have a  clear majority over all parties. Of  the three parties the Progressives  .stand ' second" and' the Government  partyJCixivCL. In the three provinces  of Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia  and Quebec, the liberals swept every  seat. The new National Progressive  party, by securing sixty seats, *qdll become a factor in Dominion politics.  The Progressives did not secure the  support that was expected in the east,  but in the provinces "of Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan they made al-  i^jast a clean sweep. -  The Government has retained little  more than a third of the seats it held  at dissolution.^ The prime minister  was .defeated in bis own-constituency  and with*; him' were defeated eight  members of his adminferation- -The  defeated cabinet'ministers were:*      ^  Rt. Hon. Arthur Meighen, prime  minister. ,-  Hon. L, P. Normand, president of  the privy council.  Hon. Rodolph Monty, secretary of  Btate.  Hon. Le. G. Belley, postmaster-  general.  Hon. A. Fauteux, solicitor-general.  Hon. C. C. Ballantyne, minister of  marine and fisheries.  Hon. E. K. Spinney, minister without portfolio.'  !   THE NEW PREMIER  Hon. William Lyon MacKenzie King,  Leader of the Dominion Liberal  Party.  e  Hon.' James Wilson, minister without portfolio.  Two of the defeated ministers���������the  prime minister and Mr. Wilson���������were  beaten by Progressives. The others  were beaten-by Liberals.   '  On*e woman was elected, Miss Mac-  U.S View On  Dominion Elections  s - n< [niiiii[j ^  Opinions   VartafT on   Possible   Tariff  ~"    Actions of, New Canadian  Government - *  Washington.���������There la much speculation among members of Congress as  ���������to-the possible'effect of the elections  on tariff relations between the United  States and Canada. Especial interest Is being taken in the situation by  membera of tho House ways and  means committee which has jurisdiction over tariff matters. Despite the  fact that Premier Meighen, who openly advocated a high tariff for Canada,  has been defeated, some authorities in  Congress express the view it would*  be difficult to revive reciprocity or  bring about mutually low tariffs.  Representative, W. R. Green, of  the House ways and means committee, said the real difficulty would be  to find a place to start. He said with  United States' farmers and manufacturers both insisting on high tariffs,  he did not see how reciprocity could  be revived.  Others take the view that if the  "Harding administration "is given  the broad powers it seeks in handling"  tariffs" ���������the new Ccverasieiit of Can-~  ada will be able to achieve much In  keeping down tariff barriers by negotiating with the President.  British Forming Flans  For Launching Of  t m& ^  Irish Free State  -o  National Progressive Leader  $30 A WEEK MECHANIC  JUMPS TO $750 A MONTH  Out .in Chehalis, Washington, U.S.A.;  lives W. B. Pence, "Electrical Expert."  Chehalis isn't much of a town, somewhere between 3,000 and 5.000 people  ���������and- Pence doesn't pretend to be a  ���������whirlwind "Master of Finance" by any  means. But his income is the "talk of  'J. fto   tit-nrr* '������ W-ltVi    error,-,    rwlflo   Inc.   ~*-r-  mXrxr      0xr t, ^., .    ,. 0 .u     Q* ~G. \������      jr��������� ���������������������������.r      ���������tr      xr���������  hibits the books of his Electrical Business which show a net profit of. $750  a month. ' *~ -- f  Pence says himself, that he-never  dreamed of earning so much money  two years ago. -At that time he was-  making $30 a week and wondering if  the time would ever come when his  pocket book Would let him buy everything he wanted, like he now is able  to ��������� do.  OWES SUCCESS TO  ELECTRICITY  Mennonites Leave  For Alabama  Will  In  Establish"   New     Homes  -Southern State \  Regina.���������The trek of the Mennonites from*Saskatchewan has commenc-  Phail, the Progressive candidate in ed. The first special train bearing a  Southeast Grey Ontario. She will be party of 116- of these people left Ern-  the first yroman to sit in the Canadian 1 fold on Its way to Yellow Pine Ala-  Hon..,T. A. Crerar, Leader of the  Natlpnal Progressives, whose forces  made almost a clean sweep in the  Prairie Provinces.  House of Commons.  ..  Following is a summary of the returns by provinces;  In  ������ib.  Con.  Pro. Ind.  Lab. Doubt  Alberta "������  0  9       0  1  2  B. C. .. 3  7  0       0  0  0  Man.  .. 1  0  12       1  "1  1  In. B. .-. 5  0  1       0  0  0  N S. ...16  0  0 .    0  0  0    -  Ont. ...22  36  23        0  0  1  P. E. I.    4  0  0        0  0  0  Que.   . .65  0,  0        0  !  0  0  Sask. ;    1  ;*. 0  15        0  0.  0  Yukon , 0  0  0    4   0  0  1  117  -*48  63 .   "1  2  4  1 .-1*                    t  U.S. Will Increase *  Prohibition Force  Congress Asked to Vote Additional  Ten Million Dollars  Washington.���������Seyen hundred and  fifty i additional dry agents are to be  added to the prohibition forces, if Congress allows the estimate of $10,000,-  000 deemed necessary for prohibition  year  London.���������With ..the tension and  anxiety of the past week giving place  to general rejoicing, preparations are  being made for the necessary formalities tor bringing the new Irish Free  State Into being. * - .  ' Nowhere' is there any rejjl idea that  anything "Can now happen to prevent'  its birth, although difficult detail  may h������i^^lt������������encountered;  Downing 'Street was inunduated  with telegra|na;of congratulation from  all over the %orl<L Tbe Premier presented to Lady Greenwood, the wife  of Sir Hamar Greenwood chief secretary for Ireland, the pen with which  Sb signed the Irish treaty as "an appreciation of your husband's efforts  for peace." It is recalled that the  Prime Minister's" first speech of importance'in his political career was  delivered in the company of Michael  Devitt at a political meeting in Wales  in the eighties, and it was In favor  of home rule.  One of the first fruits of the peace  ���������probably arranged for at the conference when the treaty was drafted;���������  was the Royal proclamation releasing  more than 3,000 prisoners interned in  Ireland. It- is reported also that  there may i>e reconsideration of the  sentences Imposed on those Irishmen  convicted of political crimes.  bama, where they Intend to establish  their new homes in the clearings of  the United States Land and Cattle Co.  The special tract,they are taking Up [enforcement during the.   fiscal  Was chosen by friends who went to jl92$. ;  Alabama some months ago and who These agents would be coricen-  have reported the district as one very trated** in mobile-forces to go into  favorable for settlement by the .several of the largest- cities in the  Mennonites. j country   for  clean-up  drives.      From  This is the first large party to : these cities the forces will be shifted  move, and the forerunner - of others, \to border points ancl to sea coast  for Mr. Emerson,jwho is directing the 'cities   for   drives against widespread  Winnipeg Judge Keeps Pronlise  Winnipeg.���������Magistrate Sir Hugh J.  MacDonald made good his promise to  .Pence doesn t talk much about his suppress" violent crime in Winnipeg  success. He isn't that kind. But when .TY .. , ��������� . ,���������*,���������.. Un OMt���������Mni, ,���������,,���������  he does talk about Electricity and the <with the lash when he sentenced John  ^great future which it holds for men Hildey to five- years in the peniten-  and boys���������he hits "right from the tiary and 20 lashes. Hildey and two  shoulder."   Without any reservationo companions staged, a daylight robbery  Ti* ii'i tr pr all (vramf. for his nrnftezincr mm-   .   ��������� . "...... s  here, the victim of which was struck  over the head with a piece pf stove  wood. The two companions also received .a flve-year sentence, but no  lashes. ������������������-..  y .'���������'."' '  Mennonites to their new homes, an-  mits that fully fifty more families are  expected to leave' before six weeks  have elapsed.^  successful booze smuggling.  he gires all credit for his amazing sue  ce%s to the, thorough Electrical training which he has received in spare  time during the past few months.  -  But   let   Pence tell his own story.  Read hia letter dated October 9, 1921,  to L. L. .Cooke, Chief Engineer of tlie  Chicago Engineering'Works:  Dear Mr, Cooke:  Less than a year ago I was ah ordinary mechanic earning $25 to $30 a  week. Today, thanks to you, I am an  "Electrical Expert," -in business for  myself and making over $750 a month.  My Success, Mr. Cook, is due entirely to the invaluable help you Wvo given me during the past few months.  The thorough, practical training I secured ' through , your   Easily-learned,   ���������  *,-���������,,*   ,       .       *   ,  Spire-Time,   Home-Study   Courso   in , foul gases; take the excess bile from I Africa, Atlantic   Islands,   Jugoslavia,  "Cascarets" Tonight  ~... I^-'^'I.': ' ��������� ��������� ���������' For;Liverj 'Bowels'  ~!mt ' ' "'V   ' ,   *          ' '<   P '"��������� ,"'',��������� '     ,  ,^Z- V';' ' tmutmjma-Liti-jmm  You're bilious 1 You are headachy,  constipated, your ���������eyes burn, .skin is  yellow; your stomach is sour, gassy,  lupset. No wonder you feel miserable.  You need, *a  'Cascarets"  Jamaica Prefers  Canadian Flour  Change In Bill Will Affect Imports  From O.S.  Kingston, Jamaica.���������Tire Government introduced a tariff bill in the  Legislative Council under which preference of 5 per cent; is given all British manufactured goods. British cotton piece goods will obtain a preference of 50 per cent. and Canadian  flour a preference of 25 cents per bag.  These changes |n the .tariff,;, it is believed, will materlally^ffect importations from the United States.,  Dyed Her Draijeriesj  Also A Faded Skirt  ���������"Diamond Byes" add years of "wear to  worn, faded skirts, waists, coats, stock-  nss. sweaters, coverings, hanging's, draperies, everything. Every package contains directions so simple any woman can  put new, rich, fadeless colors into her  worn- garments or draperies even if she  h-g^ never dyed before. Just buy Diamond Dyes���������no other kind���������then your  material will come out right, because  Diamond Dyes are guaranteed not to  streak, spot, fade, or run. Tell your  druggist whether the .material you wish  to dyo is wool*"or silk, or whether It la  linen, cotton, or mixed goods.  Mother! Open  Child's Bowels With  California Fig Syrop  Your little one will love the "fruity"  taste of "California Fig Syrup" even If  constipated, bilious, irritable, feverish,  or full of cold. A teaspoonful never  fails to cleanse the liver and bowels.  In a few hours you can see for* yourself how thoroughly it. works all the  ���������sour bile, and undigested food 'out ot 1  jthe bowels and you have-a well, play- ���������  ful child again. '   ' ���������   'i  Millions of .mothers keep "California.*  Pig Syrup" handy. ' They kno^ a tea- *  spoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow. "Ask your druggists for gen-  .uine '.'Califomia Fig Syrup" which has  Idirections for babies and children of  all ages printed 'on-bottl~.. Mother 1  Yon must say "California" or yon may  get aa Imitation fig syrup.  From German Firms  .Immigration Quotas Exhausted  New York.���������It is announced at Ellis  Island that the immigration quota of  thorough   physic   with the following countries for the year  BtShof .ao^^eM^a-SiW;^^?^    .Greece. Spain.  Electricity, has made   me   financially  Independent, and a highly respected  .business man in this'community.  ' Sincerely Yours,  W. E. "Pence.       ,  * For 15 years Mr. Cooke has been  training men at home, during their  spare time, for Big-Pay Electrical pps-  itions, and he has received thousands  of letters like' thlij. His system offers  every man, regardless of age, education, or previous experience, tho  ; chance to become, In a very short  time, an "Eleotrlcal Expert," able to  earn $3,500 to $.10,000 a year.  ELECTRICALLY TRAINED MEN IN  y DEMAND  Because of its prominent pdolUon Jn  the Electrical Field, The Chicago Bn  tho liver and carry out of the system Palestine,    Portugal   ^ew    Zealand,  .:      x^.x.rt       ��������� a~    x~~ g^riaj.gmyjna and the districts listed  as "other Europe^ aind^other Asia."  all the constipated poison In the  bowels. Get a 10-cent box now and  let "Caocareta" straighten you but by  morning.  Tokio Wants Health Centre  Americana   Being   Interested   In   Expanding St. Luke's International  Hospital  New York.-7-Toklo wqnta a health  centre like those pf'the large cltieB of  tho United States and Europe,- In an  effort to obtain it, Dr. K. B. Teusler^  director ., of St. Luke's International  ���������glneering Works frequently is called 'Hospital at tho iapanese capital, has  upon, by industries in the larger cltiea \. t ������0mo to New York to interest  Of tho United States and Canada, to JUBt como l0 wow *ont xo interest  flupply trained men for electrical work. Americana In a project to bo expand  To moot those demands Mr. Cooke that Institution as to equip it to per-  lirnow enrolling a Special Class for form the functions of a health centre,  quick training. He expects to develop 1 At n������eHent r������okla 1.-- no inRt������tuttim  from this clasa o bunch of "Electrical I A* Py<JB������nt Towo naB no ���������������8UJ^������,JJ  Experts" who can go out and take over (���������"it would correspond tp the health  the big Electrical Jobs that open up centreB of other nations,  from time to time.  Complete particulars and actual  proof of the great,demand for "Electrical Experts" la contained In a booklet'  entitled, "How To Become An Electri.  eal Export," which may bo had with  ���������   Starving Man Was Honest  Sheffield, Eh&~An unemployed laborer found three sacks filled with silverware and other articles stolen from  &i~t^S^SjS^a1^ .thc^om, o, C. R 8U4A ������col Mta  Htm Lawrence Avenue, Chicago, tl.S J~. (manager,    although    he - was almost  .,,,,,,,.,,,,,l,-,^n,,..,,,l.,,l.,,l,l,;.,,.i;,,,r.;:.,^, r~?.*7T:a starVlng. .the laborer.*,took .the stolen  W.   *������t.   tf,   1393 Z.    [articles to tho polico station.  c  maamm  Miss Flora Boyko  Tells How Cuticura  Healed Her Pimples  ��������� 1.1,. 1.1 im 1   1 iiiiiiiiii.eiiiii.weiwimwiiiMiMiii.ii   ������������������M.iiiii.iiie  "My face waa very itchy prt flrot,  and after that it was covered with  pimples that disfigured lt  badly. Tho pimples were  hard *ntf red and they were  ���������mall, and they were scattered all over my face and  weresb Itchy Shad to scratch  and I could not sleep*  "These bothered me nearly a year  before I used CutlcuraSoap and Ointment and when I had used five cakes  of Cuticura Soap and five boxes of  Cuticura Ointment I was healed,"  (Signed) Mlot Flora M. Boyko*  Oardenton, Mart;, Dec 26,101S.  . Having otJtalned a dear healthy  skin by the us* of Cuticura, keep it  clear by using the Soap for,aU toilet  Sirposes, assisted bjr touches ef  Intment as needed. Do nor fall to  Include the exquisitely scented CuUk  eura Talcum in your toilet prepare*  tions.   Splendid after bathing.  SIM  Guardsmen On fiuty  At Packing Plan!  Safeguarding  Employees at Si.  Paul  Opposed to Strike  St Paul, Minn.���������Minnesota Nation aC  Guardsmen    were    encamped in the  packing plants district of South  St.  Paul, prepared to c&rry out instructions Of Governor Preus for safeguarding employees who? wiah to work, des-;  pit������ the strike of meav cutters and  butchers.    More than 600 Guardsmen  were mobilized in the district, and it  has been planned'   to    clear    atrlko  pickets from the streets leading to the  plants.  Process of Recovering Business Connections Wil) Be^Slow  YLondon.���������The Germans are gradually returning to China and picking up  the threads of their former business;   COULDN'T DO HOUSEWORK,  not trading for the present under their  own names, but in partnership with  Chinese, says a report on tbe com-  HEART WAS SO BAD  tMl,  -Krti  Many women get weak and run down  . , , ,x. x, 0 A-,*., **. *,* ** and unable to look after their house-  mercial situation of China by H. H. noid dutiea owing to the heart action  Fqjc, commercial counsellor of the becoming impaired or the nervoiis sys-  British legation in Pekin. Item unBtrung, ^  Oerman ������. UM4 tmttm \^KJK^d rJSTtaUU ot  metals, drugs and aundriea are be- ^^ and wretched. Bur how can a  ginning to appear, on the Shanghai woman bo strong and healthy when  market, the report goes on, and it'Say *������ *"������* ^y out ahe haa to go  is stated that several imnortant through the same routlno of work,  JLt-ttZt, tL ^!^i������22 U miZ���������?S:<bVf������Win������> **������������*. cooking, washing,  orders -^for   machinery   and   electric 1 etc.    Ia it any wonder that the heart  plants havev recently been booked by  German firms.  There 1^ no doubts the report says,  that the Germans. asalated by tho  comparative cheapness of their products, will gwiduoilly recovor the  ahare they held in China's foreign  trade before the war, but tlie process  will be slow, as they have lost  valuable connections, the business  organizations they hdd ao laboriously  built up havo been shattered, and  they have Buffered a serious Iobb of  prestige In the eyes of the Chinese.  Bandits Captured In Vera Cruz  Buenos Aires.���������Government *lbrce%  have gained tbe upper hand over tho  bandits who have been terrorising the  Inhabitants of the territory of Santa  Crua, Colonel Vorela reports the  capture of about 600 of the outlaws,  together witb 8,000 hoises and quantities of arms and ammunition, and the  recovery of booty valued' at 70,000  pesos.  becomes affected and she gets irritable arid nervous, has hot flushes, faint  and dizzy spells, smothering; and sinking spells and can't sleep at night.  To all women whose heart is weak  and whose nerves are unstrung we  would recommend  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  as tlie best remedy to tono up tho ������y������-  tom and strengthen tho weakonedNorigans.     <,  Mrs. Banlol Besonson, lAganville,  N.S., writes:���������"As I was troubled with  a weak heart for nearly two years I  am writing to te.ll you what your great  remedy, Miiburn's Heart and Nerve  Pills, has done for me.  My heart waa so bad at night I  could not sleep, I would take smothering spells, and was so weak I could  not do my housework, I tried two  doetors, but got no results. A friend  advised mo to try your pills. 1 used  six boxes and am completely relieved.  I think they are the best remedy for  heart trouble there la."  Price, 60c a box al all dealers, or  aaaUcd direst on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., IJknlted, Toronto^ MHH  ���������>  r   .  evSpSg^HBHHi  i 00- I   *     I-     '   -  THE CBS8TON REVIEW  ff ^-"h  t-S*.    tn*oa  0**-P xjnranxes .p* .<*������*> per  at Mawson Brothers.  AngSiean Ghurcli Semees  FOR   DECEMSS^  4th  Creston  7.30* p. in.  Sifdar  10.30 a.m.  11th  10 a.m. and  7.90 p.m.  Erickson  18th  Grestes  11.00 a.m.  and  7 3Cp.m  tyatton  Clnistmbs  Day  Sand 11 am  7.80 p.m.  ErieksoD  3 p.m.  GhrSmtmmm  Have you bought yet?    If  not, why not?  '  Christmas Day is but seven  days from Sunday, and  you must Fcux-ouiuer vu&  kiddies at least once a  vear.  Our line of  Toys- Fancy Goods, Books  Ivory Goods, Games, &c.  are now on display and  moving nicely.  Vre can offer you the best  buy in Boxed Chocolates  in town. Don't delay:' *  eattie-Oatway  United  other meeting is called for 3  p.in., 1 at a time.     The annual meeting will  WLw BB B w SB B' BY"' ���������  and Confectionery  CHRISTMAS GOODS  HAVE ARRIVED  A full and complete line of  both Box and Bulk  Chocolates.      *'"' '  *.'*������������������;     -.*       ������������������:--.?.j..i.--"    ���������   ���������'.*���������������������������' -J.    r ���������������������������������>!���������*;-r*i  Special Christmas Sale of  Candies front 30c. lb. up'  '���������     . p. ���������" .a-   '. ' y ��������� ���������: ���������:'; <*,r*   i.������   "  Holly and Mistletoe, Christ*  ���������mam Grttchmr* and **: Tremr t's  Decoration*  Frvdts and Nuts of all kinds.  Christmas Cakes  Rev. 6. and Mrs. Knox are, visitors  with Nelson friends this weefc.  Cow For Sale���������Good milker,_4usfc  freshened.   J. W, Wood, Canyon.  C. O. Rodgers is a,, business yisitor  at Vancouver and. coast points  this  week. r "...''' ' " -  Catalogue of costumes for the New  Year's masquerade -ibaii at the Norris  Bakery. .  Get vour ticket oh the Baby Gladys  doll raffle. 25c. a chance.. Tickets at  Beattie-Oatway's. -   . 3~      * -  Hobsb Fob Sat.e���������Age! 5, weight  1050, sound, no yices, and willing  worfcrr, $50.    R. Sinclair Smith.  Col. A. S. Fitzgerald got away on  Thursday last for', b,is usual three  months' winter holiday at V'.ctoria.  CoaJa���������Car of well-known . "Leth-  bi-idge Best'llmperial lump Coal just  io.   $11.75 delivered,    S. M. Watson.  - Spibeula Cobsetiebb���������For ap������  pointments. call or-write Mis. M-^B.  Peaix-s, Box 67, Creston. ,. Residence,  over Mawson Brosrpqp! roosas.  Members and adherents of the Pres-  byter-ian Ohm eh are reminded of the  congregational meeting in the church  to-night, Dec. I6thj at 8 O'clock.  It oniy   costs 25c*   a- ticket  for   a  rf l rx.*  chance on the Baby tGladys doll which  Holy - Cross Church ladies have on  on raffle at the Beattie-Oatway store.  Christ Church Sunday school enter*  tainiuent will be held on Wednesday  evening Dec. 2tst, at 8 o'clack,* in the  Parish Halt Adults 50c., school children 25c.  Mrs. A. R. Swanson left on Tuesday  for Cranbrook', where She is undergo  ing treatment in St. Eugene hospital.  Mr' Swanson accompanied her, returning Vm Thursday.  The .ladies . of Holy Cross Church  have appropriated the , night of .Friday, January 13th, for a new and old  time dance, full particulars as to  which will be given later.'     .   - -   "/���������-���������  _jWanted to Bokbow���������Pai-ty can  give hest of security- in ."tiie fchape of  iin'proyed ratp<:h -property* would -like  to borrow 4pSGG0 for "three years.' For  particulars enquire Review Office.  X /*  There   will   be   midnight   mass   at  Holy Cross church at midnight,Dec.24.  Sunday, Dec la, at which the balance  of the branch officers will ~be selected,  and it is hoped every possible return  ed man will turn out this Sunday.  Members of Creston Public Library  Association are reminded that, their"  subscriptions expire- on December 31.  Anyone wishing to join can' do so  for"an arattua! fee of $2 if they wish to  take out two books, or a- family subscription of S3 if they wantfoiir books  be held on the second Jdonday in Jan  uary, when.officers  for  the-ensuing  year will be elected.  The G.W.V.A. *&bis&~ and musical  evening ih the Parish,Kail on Tuesdaty  was very largely attended, there .being-ifisufilclent table room jso accommodate the card. players,-with the  {prizes for high scores going ii. Mrs.  Ma* well and E. .W..Payne, while Mrs.  Wood and Mr. Maxwell were awarded  the low  score ;prizfes.     Miss  Lillian  Cherrington won- the  prize' for"-the .  guest occupying She lucky chair. Dur-'-  ing the evening" the band rendered a  number" of   selections,  'along   with  whicbTwere other musical  and  literary numbers:     The -Ve'teransare ini-,  mensely pleased' with the splendid attendance  "and-.take  this   means /of  thanking the Women's Institute and -  ^.H.otbers who assisted .in anyway to  make the affair a success.     ��������� - *~  Qmnix^ruw*    V        *~~/  '     9������* **<������ JV   Mf  BERT NORRIS  Postoffice Blk. CRESTON  itieic win rtiSu ut:  sei-yice at S.ou and  ~mtm&~   "  iWnf*i&iBri&i&i  mmm  \  As one*s thoughts turn toward Christmas two  big points seem to stand ������at with special clearness.  First, of course, is "true thoughtfulness" in  economy," wher-  every gift you give; and second, "true w^-������������������u^,  ever it can be practised, for ail of us have learned the  value of spending money.'  That^was our thought in planning our Christmas  stocks. To have gift things that would truthfully express  the sincerity of the giver, and to have these t&ings at prices  which will make your Christmas money go far.     ... .  You will   shop wisely and  Christmas buying at this store.  well  if "you  do  your  FURNITURE  After all it is the Home Gifts -that make Christmas the happy,  cheery* festal occasion-it ie. The nice*display of Furniture and other  pieces suitable for Home gifts here make It easy and enjoyable to do  your choosing. y - _ '"--  Fumed Wicker Chairs,     Rocking Chairs,    Buffets,     Dressers,     Dining Room Sets  Children's High Chairs,   Children's Sleds 1,25 to $2.25,   Flexible Sleds $3.25  GUESSING  CONTEST!  AT THB  Parlor  HOW MANY  BEANS  IN THE JAR?  There will  be  a Free Guess  given for. every game  placed.  The   ooe   guessing   .nearest  niimber gets  first   prize  4ndi Second nearest ^ne^s-  er gets- second pnxe.  Cotiteat'W cl6ft'e B'eciember ty  ai# a:;f ^%:;pn^'yfik m  ^mtfop'bm > majmt'ptn-i- ���������  in Snooker and Billiards.  A. E. FRENCH  10 a.m., on Christmas Day. but no  evening sei-viee. All are cordially invited. ���������.*.'���������  The annual New Year masquerade  ball will be held.this year on Monday  night, January,. 2nd in. the .Grand  Theatre ballroom, with good prizes for  the best dressed couple and. the_ best  comics,  -.."..j*      ......; ,.._  . YVfeinagerli5)dgei-s has bWn fortuO'  ate in securing1 D;W. Gritfith^s'newY  est picture, "The Loye Flower,", fpr  his Christmas week- offering. It will  be show n atr the Grand oii Saturday  night, Dec.'24th. '  -; The local IodiaiiK eai;i>ed a little  Christmas shopping inoney last month  -m th*4 slaughter of o\vls and magpies,  pi-oYJncial po)ice ofiBc^iv jMLcLai-en paying out $28.80 In ..bounties on these  birds for November..>t  To help out with--the Chaistmas  rush Fred Waylett has joined the sales  staff of the Beattie-Oafcway store;  H. F. Packmun is assisting -PoBtmawt-,  er Gibbs with the yuletide pi-ess of  business at the postoffice.'' '    ''  Creston Valley Lib ruls have wired  Canada's piospectlye Pieinier King,  asking that In the make up of the new  cabinet R E. Beattie, .M. P. for Past  Kootenay, lie included as the B.C re-  preventative in the administration,. ,   .  At the annual meeting Of the Women's Institute on Friday Mrs. C; B^  Garland wus chosen1 president fbr the  conring year; and Mph;;.!; W. Hamilton- ie-elected HecretHry. '���������'��������� Last year  the Institute had a hiembership of 70.  The fejiture Item of the* revenues  collected ut Cieston. proyincial police  office last month was the item of 9225  which was realized from the li-Wue of  fur trade Hcenttes. In the way of police court fines the intake was a matter  of $65 only. ,        .  Friday's weutboiind passenger train  collided witb the white driving horwe  belonging to Fred Btnith. -with fatal  reeitltetd the equine. The nnltnal  bud ������trnyed onto the' track nt the  Cook eroNNing' wWHe out foi* an iinfort.  onate������tro!U '   ���������*   -   ���������  fi--.; ,-*  ,*,,TijH'i*>'iMh-i ������ gpoirl atiutnilance'itt the  tlieti.W.V.A. t*.*sitfuMMlhm meet-  lirigon Monday nfr^inoon, nt which  Stanley Wnt������on wa������ rr-elocted pre������e������  Wlent, and H. Venm, nei-.i-etary.    An-  HARDWARE  Equally acceptable and-eyen more .useful is a remembrance  selected from the many articles shown in the Hardware section.  In this department special care is 'taken to purchase' only first  quality goods so you_cap therefore i-ely on any gift selected  therefrom being both satisfactory and lasting. We mention jnst  a few lines. *'i -'        -      -*- ^ , ���������  i4.-  'j  .. . Community-, Knives, Porks, Spoons '.  ;   Butter Knives, &c.  AlumiRumware," Rochesterware * - -  -.-"  & yt.x~j%x%  *~Km.0xtmm.~.    rum. A    T*���������Ikl'Vv rf^*1.-*!^^-.  iviityivci, auu'f v.tjti%~ ������muuci y  Trunks,   Valises;   Gliib Bags  MBN'Sf FURNISHINGS  Why not poinothing styIteh-und iiseful, in Gent's Furnish''  ings line for your yuletide remembrance to then folk. Nothing  could IW more satisfying^ and in the lines- we have to offer you  are assured of up to-date goods in everv respect. Bnt to assure  the best choice early ^hopping will be necessary.'  Kosey Korner Slippers, $2.50 pair  . Fine Silk Ties, $1.25.    . .   ^  ,   Fine Hosiery, 75c,-to $1.50.  Dress Gloves.      Tobacco Pouches  Big Discount on Jiiade-to-Measiire Hobberlin Clothes  'i'i '     ���������',     ���������i 'ii'i .       *'"'n       In  j,".' ��������� . ,    ,, ' i I          ,,     ���������      , i,.i    I .1 . ������������������  ,  LADIES9GIFTS GALORE  ....'.. L-L-,yypypp:z?PL^.','L?L' ��������� . ��������� . .���������'?���������- ������������������������������������?- ,  Ladies, have you completed yiiinr gift list yet? Surely it Is  time yon were busy. YAnd If yon wish to make selcptlons fw)in  , ponitvely the flbcht aHt-ortriient of suitable staples ever show'nin  Creston then be Hiire arid: pay a, visit to this store. Not only can  you secure gifts J,hat satisfy, hut you 'will assuredly effect a great  Having on every dollar yowsp^nd.e, Here are; some of the many ,  Bterling vhIuoh offered: Y/*f     Y     ,  ' P-4   'Z ..'��������� ��������� Z?,'':%^A-r-Zi'',P::       ���������       " "        ZZ     ,.. ��������� ���������-.' ���������' Z  . Ladies! Waists from W.75 tb^10.50 In Trlcolette, Georgette and  ,C^epo(de'Uhlhe;,;���������*Yij'..Yl*,*YY,    *���������       '���������'���������'������������������   -        v .���������';".���������''  Ladles' CnnUH()lu8 from ;|ll,50 to 84.50 in\ Wash Satin, Crepe de -  Chine and Hiibtital,    Y , H .  Ladh'B' and Ohlldron's Hendkerchiefs in Boxou from 60c. to $1.60.  Ladies'Gloves from ftl.tJO t>6,$2.75. in Qiipe Skin, Suede, Jaegor  Woerahd:M6chig^/ ���������'.������������������*: **���������*:,.���������*' ���������  ���������;'���������:������������������    -      ?   *-^'  Children*!) Capeskln Glov.e������ II.IJ0. ., *  ladles' and Children'sWputffclr Sllpp������re fiom $1,00 to l^.7B.    :  r^udioB' Blaok Suede Pump* two st rapa, $11.00. *'  , Dulles' Brogue Oxfoi-ds.lDavk.Brown, 08.60.  Fancy Table Linens,Worn flOef t<������ $5.00  CJothH, Oontrns and Table Runnei-n,  .v  Scar-ves,   Luncheon  ���������">.  ... '  Quality unsurpassed.  Prices are right. ���������-  Stock is complete.   ���������  Use the best-^-it p������ays.  i *  ���������Fancy Table Raisins  ���������Fancy Blue Ribbon  Figs  ���������Lyons' California  Glazed Fruits  Wagstaffe's Mixed  ������������������yPeel.y;yZ-y  .'���������������������������/* iReady out  -Sea Crest Lobster  ..,*   in filasB ; .,  -Raisins, Currants  I:-.PeelsZz  '���������-.   ���������'  Complete afcuck  -Nuts fa the Shell  -Blue Point Oysters  S  nf  --i  New Store  Canyon St.  Opp, P. Burns, Shop  <i  -At  *i  ti  <?  *>!  .I  A  Ai  <-*i  k  '���������' P  PM  ri\  ^#WW ^#W������IWM������*������ -.(���������^e, ���������**,,-'V������������*>hw**.9������������w,B'v������t������v-fr ,  ***��������� ^W������������������'���������*���������,���������������������  *->*  +mt4mt������4ai-M  Usum  r *fm������*������ if, S. t������nM*e

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