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 A-  Vol. XIV.  CBESTON, Bl a, FKIjjAY; OCTOBER 6, 1922  No.  35  KBtGhGne-r  ] Geo, Beggs has returned to Kitchener and resumed his position as bush  foreman for Paulson-Id-ison. Ltd.  Mr9. Spring of Netson is visiting her  husband here for a few days. He is  employed here with Paulson-Mason,  Ltd.  Kitchener people were greatly  shocked to feaar of the death of Mrs.  John McLeod (nee Alice Lythgoe),  which took place at Cranbrook hospital the latter part of the month. Mrs,  McLeod. before her marriage, wai  sales lady in the G. A. Kimt store for  a number of years, and had a great  many friends in Kitchener.  Mr.,and Mrs* E. Diiffil have returned from Creston and will be resident  -here for the winter.  H. Spence of the Sash & Door Company, wasA business visitor in Cian-  brook this week,  S&V. and sSta. G. A. Bunt were at  Cranbrook the fore part of the week  attending the funeral of the.late Mrs.  McLeod. Quite a uumber of our citizens sent flowers, the coffin being  heavily covered with these floral tri.  bates from friends in Cranbrook.  Yahk and Kitchener.  inate at the Co Operative store for this  year.  - Heartiest congratulations are extended Postmaster R. M. Telford on  the occassiou of bis marriage to Miss.  Edith, Sandford, the happy event taking place at Medicine Hat, Alta., the  latter part of the month. Mr. and Mrs  Telford returning here on Wednesday  of last week.  Hendren & Watson have just completed the erection of a new packing  shed on the It. J. Long- ranch, which  -for size and general accommodation is  hardly equalled in the Valley. / The  structure is "8Q x 32 feet���������two stories  and basement. The top flat gives  ample accommodation for taking care  of boxes, crates, etc., while the base  ment has a frostproof storage capacity  for at feast 6000 boxes of apples.  Mars Exhibition  1.  &f*l������������m<������������9  Hr-  I  I  I  Mr. and Mrs. J; S. Peck and children of Edmonton, Alta., are here tMs  week on a visit with Mrs. Peck's parents- Mr, and Mrs. G, Cartwright*   -  Mr. and Mfe. W'. Perciyal of Yahk  were week-end visitors -with tbe lat-  ter*s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Dnjlds.  Prank Staples was home frojzi  Grand Forks for the week-end, return-  Harold and Lena Frampton are  making headquarters at the K. J.  Long ranch at Brickson, where they  are assisting with the apple harvest.  C. Williams who has been working  all season out of Crawford Bay as For-  *e^t patrol, was here for a few days  last week, doing some fall work on his  ranch here.  Peter McKay and Fred Weston are  on tbe apple picking staff at the W  V. Jackson ranch at Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bundy of Erickson were motor yisitors here on Sunday, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jory.  VW.0V.   J0.0-.     %������0xw.^rxmm  *������-*������   X...    A���������X.XAV,X0*~.*F *  IO    0.XAX   IVXX'XJItXXyty    tt-SS  '~-A~V  away until the first of November.  ^^Mi>vaiHi.^>s.->H^dMcSinnoir-ol^l-  verton are, visitors: t n������ re. at pv������Benf������  ^Me^:otJ^.*andrM_rs/G-. P. SnSth.:  Dae to the absence of frost ripe iovoZ  atoes are still on the shipping list, this  being about'the latest date in any vear  that a freeze pas not. put in an appear-  It is expected that the regular  monthly sessions of the United Farmers local will be resumed next month.  During October Church of England  services at the schoolhouse are also  cancelled.  Now that the Wagners are reaching  the packing houses apple shipments  are heavier than ever. According to  the horticultural census this variety of  of apple constitutes at least two fifths  of the entire Valley orchard plantings.  As yet no effort is in sight to make  the necessary fill to take the hard sur  face road clear through to the depot,  and is likely the good roads will jkerm-  f  JtemtntsItendrtttr  Germicidal Soap not only  cleanse* die hair and scalp*  but removes dandruff and  destroys the tiny parasites  that cau������o ic  Merely shampoo with  Germicidal Soap* Rub the  lather well into the scalp  with the endp of thefoigert.  Continue the massage from  two to teh minutes. Then  nmm with, warm water.  Germicidal Soap is the  ideal shampoo. It leaves  the hair soft, fluffy, clean  and free from excess oil  and dandruff. It keeps die  scalp healthy. Price 2S ���������  cents,    Greta cekc today li  Beattie - Oatway  Ltd.  L8������$������g*  ~0xl.~.~0~~;���������x.r.~~x ,1-m  DUUO*bI'l|IUlUU   HBt  .auuuu  be  circulated to secure funds to purchase  -a joint recreation and picnic grounds  of about five acres of the Deschamps  camp site near' the Huscroft sfetioot.  It is an ideal spot for such a purpose  with running water handy, plenty of  shade and good baseball grounds.  Jas. Jory,,who has   had   charge   of  last of his  rounds, this week,. as~ the open season  fOTfjiarniBpf 5-cominetsced^ on ^Sunday;  aad has''been going strong on the new  clearing since Sunday, Z     '  Tho Lister postoffice is now' located'  in the Trading Companv store, the  transfer being made on Monday morn-4-  ing. Miss Nellie Chalmers, who bos  been in charge of the office since its  inception almost three years ago, has  resigned; and is leaying for Trail at  the end of the week.  Mra. Rowbury was a visitor with  Cranbrook friends a few days this  Week.     *  . Pastor Knox was here for service in  the church on Sunday morning, being  greeted with quite a large attendance.  At the close of the service opportunity was taken to. pass a resolution of  appreciation of the good work done  by Miss Nellie Chalmers as teacher In  the Sunday schdol.  A farewell party was held in the  schoolhouse on Saturday evening, the  guest of honor being Miss Nellie  Chalmers, who leaves shortly to reside  in Trail. All the members of the Sunday school were present and during  the'.eyening Mies Chalmers was present*  ed with an ivory manicure set with  leather cose. Miss Bessie Frampton  making the presentation.  C0P0R.Z Agent Leaves  A. R. Swanson left yesterday by  auto via Porthiil and Spukano, on tho  trip to Vancouver, where he will make  his home in future, Mrs. Swanson accompanying him, Mr. Swanson has  resigned as O.P.R. agent here and for  the precont will .bo with tho company  working out of Vancouyer, where tho  family now resides. He hne been  O.P.R. agent here for the past fi years,  and both officially na well as person*  ally has filled the position to tho (satisfaction of all, and his removal will be  very generally regretted.  The October meeting of the Worn.  on*s Institute Is announced for Friday  afternoon ijext, tho feature of which  will be the reports of the delegates to  the recent Kootonay-Boun dary con������  fcrenco at Nelson at the end of August,  Creston Valley^ fifth annual fall  fair is now a mat-fier ^of history. Favored with the firf������$t kind of weather  for the receiving off exhibits on Tuesday residents fro^n^-all points of the  Valley piled the3DAj������iB building full almost to overflo-^ng-^the entry list  being fully 25 per^ cent. larger than  any former,. yesr^Sud-*the increase  nicety spread out over all the departments, excent fruit. ���������_  ' ~ Although rain .fell during Tuesday  night, oven up till DtSO a.m.. there was  promise of .the weather clearing, but  just before ten troe _heaven? clouded  over and from-then until at least early  afternoon- |t mii&cl .steadily, whilst-  throughout the r%nainder of the day  it was showery, decidedly cold and no  end to the mud "A&d ^general disagree*  abieteess of the %c&je day. In consequence, the attenuate fell off almost  half, the outdoor-exhibit, with ~ the  exception of, poultry, . was away below  standard, aft8^.:4he line of outdoor  amusements had'go* be abandoned, although Jimmy Ljpckhead, und his Indian riders introduced some of the  wild -west features*' much to the satisfaction of thoseJwh,o witnessed them  despite the inclement atmospheric  conditioner    '   Z:P .     ^  Tbe interior of \ t.%? snain .���������buildl*!***  neyer.looked.better* special attention'  having been giyen to the decorating  throughout.   B^ef ^ opening speeches  were made by President W. V. JaCk-  S-J-.       m~--rt      n���������| liltvmxA  "  T.ZZ-Jvm M   E>  t>  OVJfc* *������������������M -T**-m-rmw -dl.'-fbW** **MHMW^������f a*������������*a.   ��������� *.   *������  while the formal' opening address was  by Im W. Humphrey, M.P.  for West  er   presiding.    H.   S.   McCreath  and  S. A. Speers are the local jurymen.  O. E. Robinson, of Nelson, ~the  Kootenay fishery inspector, was here  on an official yisit the latter part of  the week. He states that the bass  which became numerous in the Kootenay riyer last year are now being  caught down Kootenay Lake as far as  Crawford Bay.  Harold Gobbett %s announced the  winner of the fishing basket given by  Mawson Brothers to the angler catching the biggest char, this season with  tackle purchased at the Mawson store*  WjymndGi  rra   JLtSXS  c������ij(inrni  wiiiil  _   -ttstt :  lb. specimen taken at Gultus Creek the  lo f f AM v-ft-mic-ii*.   4-**v0   T-iiIwf  #������-% *���������>-*������-*    +ri~~t~t v  *t-~*M   vmfcj ���������  T. Slingsby, manager of the Co-Operative Trading Company, spent a few  days in Fernie  last week on business.  Mrs. J. P. Brooke left last week for  Grand Forks to join her husband,  where they expect to make their home  for the present.  Mr. and Mrs. Gillespie of Vancouver  are staying here for a few days, at the  home of Mrss J. J, Grady= Mr; Gillespie is connected with the Excelsior  Life Assurance Company, and is busy  mw.0~.t0m.0t.  .-.m,  n nviu*^  xxgi  *ato~*a alive  In toenail display there was a grati  fying increase in; the ctisplay In every.  class* with the exception ot  fruit, but  this well maintaineu\.;the 'high standard set biat yea^I.  V^getahSeS were al-  W'bile.in'fancy"work. ttiS^iag, ^canned  goods, daii^r products aodvplants and  flowers; the building: <iid- not provide  ample space to do full jnstice to the  big showing, tbe flowers .--being, altogether too crowded. Prize's were  quite -evenly divided amongst all the  exhibitors, a particularly gratifying  feature being tbe. successes ofthe. Lister farmers in the poultry and vegetable classes.  -Due to a shortage of space and the  ff ur coming so close to publication day  the Review is compelled to withold  till next week a more extended reference to exhibits and exhibitors gener  ally.  Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Downs got  away on Monday for England where  they will make their home in future,  a host of friends being at the train to.  see them off. Both have been valued  residents of the Vallev for the p&Bjp  ten years and universal ia the regret  that they   are   leaving   permanently.  - At the annual meeting of the Liberal Association of West Kootenay at  Nelson on Friday last. R. B. Staples  was the unanimous choice for president, with Nels. Winlaw chosen vice-  president and Eric P. I>awson of Nelson secretary. The executive consists  of the president of each of the six district associations  in West Kootenay.  M  Norman Moore, of Cranbrook. in  charge of forestry work in East Kootenay, was here on an official visit the  fore part of the week, accompanied by  Mrs. Moore. He states that though  the expense of forest fire fighting this  year will be almost a record, the losts  to standing timber is not nearly so  seriotis as might be supposed from the  amount expended in fire prevention.  The Grand. Theatre ballrontn, "w^f  taxed almost to. capacity for the faH  fair 'night dance- on Wedne^||^y?  which proved fco_.be^.the-mos^4?r.'low  ableoftheveaT. Th^%^������Sl^^%o^  first-class music bythepr^Jon orfehea-  tra and. .Caterer Norris'^ floe ^supper  provided an entertainment ^combination that couldxhardly. be beat. In  the large crowd.-were many outsiders.  Bob nets Ferry being quite prominently represented'in the gathering.  The United Farmers dance in the  M. Wigen packing house on Saturday  night, was a most successful! affair.  Andestad brothers orchestra supplied  a line of first-class music, and the floor  -was well Blled all evening.      _  m '  E. F. Post of Cranbrook was a.  week-end visitor here, returning to  the big city oil Sunday morning.!  Wynndel-is   certafbly   becoming   a  commercial   centre.     Last   week   we  had calls from the representsCtives of.  the Simon Cigar Company,  as well as3  a trayeller for Bovril  Several of the farmers here are taking a great interest in thefall fair, ahd  we are expecting to see quite a fine assortment in the many lines open to  competition.  E. Butterfield left on Saturday  afternoon for Grand Forks to spend a  few days holidays with his daughter,  Mrs. J. P������ Brooke.  Monrad Wigen   unloaded a   car .of  lumber on Tuesday,   and   once   more  has   the    box    factory   running   full  strength to keep up with his orders  j for boxes.  A. H. Piggott was home for the  week-end, returning to Cranbrook on  Monday morning.  <- J&iss J&urgbiH Hageix spent Saturday  nig^t.al;1^r^hpTirie here, takings in^ the-  dance.   She ~ returned to lier home at  Kitchener on Sunday morning.  -JL-aOCStl &!&&' & ���������������s?$OSl&l  Miss Dobbin of Invermere is a fair  week guest of Mrs. O. G. Bennett.  Auctioneer Frank Rose had a most  successful sale of the H. B. Downs  household effects on Wednesday last.  With the exception of half a dozen  pieces of high-class mahogany furniture all the articles brought exception  ally high prices.  For the first time in a number of  years Oreston is this year supplying  a couple of men to serye on the grand  and petit juries at the assizes now under wav at Nelson  with Justice Hunt-  Instals Radiophone    "  With tbe installation of a complete  receiving set at the end ofthe week in  the residence of CO. Rodgers Creston can justly claim to be about the  first East Kootenay town to install  the radiophone. The equipment at the  Rodgers home is the well-known Colin B. Mver product with a' total wave,  length of 080 metres. Already musical  programmes have been listehediin on  as far south as Oakland, Calif., whilst  on Sunday night a speech'delivered by  Senator Poindexter at Seattle, Wash.,  was distinctly heard.  Have YOU Done  Jm ^LfimVtL     M*r\MjStTF    |L*0 '  Yourself and  *        ^  Your Family!  Bas^k Offficials Vmit  Manager Allan of the Imperial  Bank entertained a galaxy of head  office officials the latter part of the  week* when he had a call from General Manager Phipps, Assistant General  Manager Jaffray, and Industrial inspector Billings, who were accompanied by Manager Benson of the Nelson  branch of the bank, with Mrs. Phipps  also a member of the party. This is  the first official inspection the general  manager and his assistant have made  of the Creston branch, and they were  greatly impressed with the present  and future prospects of the town and  district.  SBtt  Join the Oeston and  District Fifteon Hundred  Club 11  Send application to Secretary,  Creaton, B,C.  AIIco Stiffing  Owing to the illness of Mrs. J. Johnson, Principal Lallemond is now making his home with Mr.  and Mra. Paul.  Miss Teresa Church hill left on Mon-  dav~for a visit with Nelson friends.  * John Churchill arrived on Tuesday  last from Vancouver, and is spending  a few days "with his parents, Mr. and  Mrs. M. Churchill.  Misses Ethelv and Thelma West.  Marie Vaness and Elva Kelly are on  the packing house staff of Creston  Fruit Growers Union at present.,  Reed & Mather 'had tho misfortune  to lose one of their Hereford cows,  which while pasturing on Lhe ftato  succumbed to bloat or from the effects  of eating qome poisonous weeds.  4l  Mr. and Mrs. Alderson of Uosmer  are here at present taking charge of  apple harvesting operations on their  ranch.  Reed 8. Mather are buny om the haul  of pipe for qui to an extension to their  present irrigation system.  The ranchers started in this week on  tho picking of their Wagner applew,  and from alt reports the crop will be  much heavier than anticipated earlier  in the season. %  Something New  All the Time  Vatieiy Features our  Confectionery  Remember we serve the  beat only in  Beverages  sec GrcGSBTii  Chocolates  Home Made Candies  and in our  Dining Department  DtSI I  iiul I nw  Nut Biran'sSiiag* wwrnmmmmmmmmmmmmMm  ..*..���������...-j ,.���������>������������������ -:���������<������������������ ::--:jr.r---^,r:, .,^ii---r...:--y;r..,_-_i /.--:...r..:~ ���������:/..: ;;*���������-:--..{*> r:-:j'-.--r:::r::r;c--;r---: "���������; -������������������.-.\:-.i-.-..'.;.-'A.'.. -JJ' ���������:-.-������������������ *.-  ffHE HffiVXEW. CKESTON. B. tt.  10 RMOVE BAD COLD  MEDICINE NOT NECESSARY  The Balsamic Vapor of "Catarrho-  zone" When Inhaled Quickly  Dispels Colds  Every breath, yon draw through Catarrhozone Inhaler fills the whole  breathing apparatus with pure piney  essences that stops colds at their very  beginning. You experience a pleasant sensation ol? relief at once. Soreness, congestion and irritation leave  ihe nose and throat���������lhe head is cleared, and every trace of cold and catarrh disappears. Catarrhozone is so  sure, so pleasant, such a safe remedy  for winter ills that yon can't afford to  do without it. Get the dollar outfit,  it lasts two months; small size 50c;  trial size 25e, at all dealers or the  Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  MY    BY ���������  ELINOR MAJtSDEN  ELIOT  I  rubJJsh-ed  by   Special   Arrangement  with the Author  (Continued)  XVIII.  Bar B Ranch,  August 31st, 3 9���������  On    Monday,    August    29th, at <5.30  p.m.. peace was declared  ���������  ^  Even more  important is the fact that I won, and  that Mr. Livingstone plays the part ot"  the humble vanquished to perfection.  Mr. Bingham had intended to come  into town with us on Monday, but at  ihe last minute something occurred to  change his plans and Mr. Livingstone  came Instead. Imagine The joys of a  twenty-mile ride Avith a person whom  you do not feel free to talk to!  We made an early start and reached  the town just in time for luncheon,  spent the whole afternoon shopping,  had dinner &r*.\ a half-hour nap afterwards, then started for home again,  leaching ihe ranch shoi-tly before mid  night. What do you think of that.-for  a, strenuous day? Sunny slept nearly alt the way home, and I wanted to  but did not. ;  Carbon City's largest shop, where  we spent the most of our time, is just  like the Elba General Store, only bigger. There is the same incongruous  variety of goods, the same group of  loungers, and the same friendly Interest in customers' affairs on the part of  the clerks. I needed nothing but  ���������glycerine and rose-water, of which I  use quarts, so when 1 had laid in a  good supply of this, I wandered to the  other t-nd of the store, on picture postcards bent, leaving Mrs. Bingham to  continue her search for Sunny-proof  gingha.m and sandals.  A  very   obliging   young   "salesman"  { assisted ine to. pick, out .several dozen  postcards of the wild-aiid-TwpolTy variety that I affect for rhy British correspondence���������-the people atV home ex-  ( pect cowboys and Indians, so why disappoint them?  Just as I was turning away he. leaned across the counter and said, in a  confidential whisper, "Beg; your pardon, Madam, but there's something I'll  bet you never seen ih the Old Country."       :*���������:*. .--'*-'-.:���������'      '     '. ������������������ -  I followed  his point ing finger until  my eyes- rested on a  tea-table presided over by a smartly dressed woman.  "Are you serving Lea in the shop?"  I asked. ���������-���������-,.'��������� *  *:  "No,". he explained, also confidential^; "she's what'we call a 'demonstrator.' It's really a Yankee advertising dodge* You,,=9ee, that lady rep-  re s exits, a big manu fa cture r of eann e d  goods and jelly-powder, and she go������iSs  around to the different cities and  serves samples of. the j stuff- in the  principal stores, and takes orders too.  Better go over and sample the things;  they're a real good brand. Miss  Montgomery will be; only to glad to  let you see tlie .way we run things  over here���������that's her job. I don't  suppose Montgomery Is her name;  demonstrators are like actresses, they  change their names for the good of  the trade."  Thanking my instructor, I proceeded to follow his advice. There were  several people standing between me  and the table, and it was not' until" E  was close^beside him that I noticed  Don Livingstone sitting opposite the  demonstrator and-.catmly, consuming a  dish of peaches!      * ~  ���������       ���������  "You here!" *-! stammered awkwardly.  "Sure," he replied. "Didn't you  know that I never could resist a  peach?"  The demonstrator giggled appreciatively". .-- '  "Them    gentlemen    are    all    alike; \  ain't they?" she sympathized.       "But  they   are different once  they've been  married a while.      I should know, for  I've had lour.' ' -  From the look of her gay and roving eye I imagined that a fifth would  not be unwelcome. She was one of  those conspicuously blonde blondes,  and she looked as if she had been upholstered rather than clothed in the  usual way. In fact, she made me  think of the girl that Mary told me  about who had to put on her dress  with a shoehorn.  "Won't you try some jelly?" she  asked sweetly. "The peaches are  some  richer than ladies usually like,  Castoria, ot SomefBipg Else?  f7LET0EEB5S CASTOEIA Is partiouiariy a preparation for Infants and Children  ���������V made agreeable to tlie taste, acceptable to the stomach and pleasant in its action.  It has been in use for over thirty years and has always been one ofthe most highly esteemed of all cathartic preparations*  It has one great advantage over other preparations of its kind in that while  it opens the organs readily and completely, it does not have a tendency to produce  subsequent constipation so much to he dreaded.  Fletcher?s Castoria having been prepared solely for our little-on^s, should  aot be confused with ordinary cure-alls or preparations primarily compounded for  grown-ups. The child's organism, so delicate and tender, requires specially prepared medicines and foods, the one no less than the other, as mother-love well  knows, and mothef-love can not be deceived.  VOi Enseal  ~UJ*i.*t\  ������h.]tfP  J_.f������s~~~  "! but they are always wliat the gentEe-  ���������'l men asks for." .     ~     ...  ���������assssfegt  ��������� t'Sp-S  jtalseSmA.  f&������ggL&a~.  ���������Ifmil StSlff "  V^_t-Hvi^_.  &m  'i\\Z:s*Z$Z^ZZ  ���������>hZ.-:Ciri-sm  Exact Copy of Wrapper.  N������t Exclusive  Ne"t1 te   (aged   five).���������Our   family  awfully exclusive.      Is yours?  Elizabeth  (aged  four).���������No, indeed!  is  App  >etite Good,  Gained 20 lbs.  Could   Not   Feel   Better  From a nervous wreck this man  was   restored   to   health,   strength  ancJ happiness.  He tells  his own  story  m this  letter.  Mr.      Ralph      A.      Roberts.  Loverna,  Sask,, writes:  "In 1917 I had lotr all appetite,  failtcl 25 pound* in weight, become  very n������rvow������ and jhaky nntl in fact  given up all hope of recovery. For  tome lime I lintl tuf.t-tr.tl from conni-  paWon, whirl* Ir������������p1 cainy, *wrir������r, until  t tjnist fait becoming, a total wreck.  Docfora and iKew drug* wpjr-c tending  roe to  my  grave  at  llie  age  of  39.  "Then I tmel about people being.  i.~tnr*-r\ hy Dr. Chanr'i Mtdictnet tttui  nii.t iht.e month*' ������i������p of Dr. CJi*aeV  Nerve   Food   anrl   Kidney -Liver   F'iSI*   I  found iiml my bowels wrc ri-.-nr-rt tr,  nor it*,**,! mm rrx: rr, r r?'\i -It*/ rind ������4**e  conatip*Ntion w������������ n*o mnr^. I had a go-ftd  4\\ip4\'\\r, had g.amf.ii 20 pdunrig and  ro-wlrl nol ffel hotter, I tliaU a!way������  l.e  ������r������f������ful   for  theie  benefiU,"  Dr. Chase's Nerv* F<wk1��������� 50c  a bo**.: Dr. ChnseVi Ki<dlney-I,iwer  Pilh, 25c ������* hoy, all deal+11. or  R-dmnnnon,   Boles   &   Co.;  Ll<3,,  .III *4*,"U),  "I'm not keeping house," I began,  "sq^ it is not likely that I can give you  an "order. But 1 should like to try  your jelly."  And once more ihe lure of the unknown led me Into mischief.  "Just boarding, are you?" my  hostess asked with interest, as she  served me a generous portion of pineapple jelly and passed a plate of  wafers. "I always think that's a mis-  lake for'young people just starting up.  I'm sure Mr. . . . will agree with  me���������a man always wants a home of  his own, don't he, now?"  "Nothing would suit me better,"  agreed Mr. Livingstone heartily, "than  to see jny wife opening a can of these  peaches in our own kli.ch.en."  The demonstrator turned to nie.  "I'm old enough to be your mother,  even if I don't look if./* she said impressively, "so I'm just going to give  you a word of advice.      lf you've got , ti_ ....  ���������      .,       , -u���������w,  a good man that wants a home of his   We haven t anything    to    be    atbam-  own, don't, make him live in a board-   ed of.  ing-house���������and    they've    mostly    got .__���������.   Chinese cooks in this I own, ain't, th^y?  I'll be back here in the spring again,  and I hope by that time you'll be able  to give me a good big order. Not  that I'm so deud set after commissions, you understand, but because J.  hate to see a. likely young couple  make a mistake." '  Mr. Livingstone choked on his last  piece of peach, and 1 blushed furiously���������not because I was embarrassed,  but because the woman's blunder had  given me an" inspiration, and inspirations always affect me In that way.  "There was a house that we passed  this morning," I begun shyly, "and  someone said it Vob for sale. And  ir',4 awfully good of you to lake an  interest In our affnli-B, isn't, it, Don?"  "Don"gaspcd a confused assent, and  I rejoiced inwardly as inspiration, followed Inspiration.  "I'll tell you what we might do," I  went on. "1 have become very much  Interested In Ihe little hospital here���������  wouldn't it be Just lovely to send ovcr  a box of jelly and preserves? Lf.1. me  h<*p, a dozen  tins of peaches nnd  two  What is the Matter with Baby?  It cries fretfully, is restless and does not sleep well, its bowels  do not move or it has diarrhoea, it does not eat or it has flatulence*  and vomits easily. You know baby is sick. You want to help baby-  get well safely and quickly.  Ii you are wise you will use Fletcher's Castoria, th������ wonderful  remedy for babies' ills, that was discovered by a. family doctor and  that has been used for over thirty years.  When you have learned the value of Fletcher's CaEtoria ydti will  never b������ without it? yott* will tell other mothers what a useful remedy  it is. You will be able to keep baby well and Ibappy by using  it to keep its stomach sweet and its digestive organs acting naturally.  You will call Fletcher's Castoria the Children's Comfort and the  Mother's Friend. .......   'ri pZZ": ���������pZ.Z Z y   '.--Z'y . ['ZZ?,.-���������.; ZZZ-r ...  Don't say tomorrow ~iry it today. And above all things don't  try to relieve baby with a remedy that you would use fdr yourself.  I MtfTHERS SHOULD .READ IKE BOOKLEtlHAT JS ABOUND Ey EBY B0TILE0F FlETCHERfSCASTOBlA-  GENUINE  OAST0RIA  ALWAYS  Bears the Signature of  THE  eiNTAUR  COMFANV, NEW VORK OITV.  Beginning of  Life  Insurance  She Has Raised  A Family Of Ten  DR.   FOWLER'S  EXTRACT OF  WILD STRAWBERRY  NEVER FAILED HER  rlo/.pn  par:knRea  ol'    the  Jelly-powder  Vou jmy I'or  I'or  my  ofh<uv  MMimMiWiMMi*WwHillW������|i  5V.    N.    V.     1*29  will ht* ononprh, I 1hink  litem.   Don.   wlvlle   I   go  f������iirr:f;lK."  Anrl with thlsa f PHrtuwl,  I ������II<1 nol M-t*. Mr, IMvlngBlorH' nKitln  \ until w*" mpi lor rJinnor. lie. wiih In  i he (llnlng-Tcrnm whan Mrs, B1n.|?hnm  ;������n*r Sunny und I wont In, nnd an I en-  it-reut ih-w door li������> K-inn*������ Iowiu'-tIh mn  wltli IiIh liiind oui, "Vou win. MIha  Klfoi! Thr1 matron wIhIioh mo lo  Huinlf .vou for1 your vpyy v. el corns- do-1  nut Ion."  Thr-n villi a i.f!urn nf tlu- old limp  twinkle, wtil������'.h Ik iwiallv not ho un-  jdr-;������;*(ant wlir-n on<* hfcotrifK iincid to It,  hf flnlHhPd, "Vht'rP-n h 11 vf������i'v-**fhl>F������������ Iii  town ������������������������������������Juki nay thr' word anfl I'll order  I fi finli of >������nfldlf**lior������fiH; I don'l l>������������l  uh W . nould wall vin������ll to* morrow I"  (To \tf itmt\vr\H-t.y  ���������������'i������1r*������trilxf' your lri<r*n| FrlntM'. H Ih  fititti- fii,l\fy tti jtriMfl j our j<iti ]>i'tuiMiK  ������,������ii ,,\ ti*,t-i*       ti itfii'ii not fvtiy. no i������j:iI  14 1    Vutii-fli    Vvli>    >I>U    Iwuii    Ut   tl.  Mrs,. Ervlri' VV. Stairs, .Easl. WsUer-  vllle, N.U., writes:���������"t have a-aisetl a  family of ten children, and have always used Dr. Fowler's Extract of  Wild Strawberry lor summer -torn-  plaint, and JL has never failed.  Four years ago, when lhe" cholera  whb about, Borne of my neighbors called in the doctor, but <;ould Ret no ve-  lief.. I told them about: 'Dr, Fowler's,'  and after talting it they were soon  well nKsiin, I also tibed It for two of  my own children at the same time  when they were passing blood, and a  few doses noon made them well."  If yon want, to bo on the mifr- Hide  ������Kk Tor Dr. Fowler's Kxtrnot of Wild  StraAvberry, and JnHiflt. on getUnK  what you iiBk for. There pr-e many  Imitations on the market, ho he suvo I  stn<l nol the orlKinnl "Dr. "FVwIer'H"; j  Tnie������s r������t)c: (i bottle; put ut> only by The  T. Millmrn Co., Umlted. Toronto, Ont.  First Company Was Formed in London  In  1706 __.  Lite insurance originated in 1706 in  London. In that year there was,formed the flrst life insurance company.  It was called the Amicable" Society for  a Perpetual Assurance Office, Jt was  a mutual benefit concern.  Each member, without reference to  age, paid a fixed admission fee and  a fixed annual charge p'er -share on  from one to three shores, and at the  end of the year a portion of the fund  accumulated was divided among ; the  heirs of those who had died, In' accordance with the number of shares  each dead person had held. Out ol  Oris'company, with its crude and." imperfect methods, life insurance as it  exists today has grown.  Had the Opposite Effect  Her     father     (discouragingly).���������Do*  you    know,    young    man,    that   -my  daughter   3s    accustomed    to   getting  everything she wants?  Jack Poore.-���������I'm glad to liear thatr  i for I know she wants me.  Asthma  is Torture.      No  one* who  hasn't, gasped i'or breath En the power  of asthpia knows what such suffering  Is. Thousands do know, however,  from experience how Immeasurable is  the relief provjded hy that marvellous  preparation. Dr. .1. D. Kellogg's Asthr J tho  ma Remedy. For years Jt has been  relieving lhe most Bevere cases. It  you are a nufferer do not delay a day  in securing this remedy fromyour  druggist.  Rural Route No.  1, Mascouche, Que. -v.  The Minard's Liniment People,  Sirs.��������� l feel that 1 should he dofng a wrong-  tf I neglected its write you. I liavr. had four  tumors growing on my head fur years. I 'had  tliem,cut off by a surgeon about fifteen year*  ago, but they grew again till about tbre-o  months ago I bad one as large nnd shaped  like a lady's tliimble on tiie very place where  my hair should be parted, and it was Betting  so embarrassing in public that it was a con-  utant worry to nie. About three months ago  I got a bottle of your liniment iot another  purpose nnd sow on the label Rood for tumors.  Well I tried it and kept it (or exactly two*  months, with the result that it has entirely  removed all trace of the tumor, nnd were it  not tliat they had been cut fifteen years ago,  no mark would be seen. I have not been  iiskcd for this testimonial and you can use it  as you  see  fit.  (Sig-ncd)  FRED C. -ROBINSOM,  P.S.��������� I nm a farmer and intend using Min-  ard'fi Liniment on a mare for a strained tendon, arid am hoping for tome results.  FRED C, It  A     hrldpe     Himnnlng   Snake   Klvcr,  Idaho, !MIi I'eH from iloor lo nlretitn, in  the lilghi-Nt In America.  at * ""'_ ''..' "."."*" ."* r -" ' "!.'*.:. '"."!'.'.".;.''j���������  Afltr   Outdoor Spott*   *  Summer's piercing ������un-  ���������Kln#tliPf������nd Irvliaici the *v������i.  After hudilnM ���������>��������������� other outdoor  ��������� liciu. ������)��������������� Murine, ir tntiihtt  ���������nd b������������iiltftr������. Bold������nd r������cow  mrnded h. d������ii*l������t������ ������v*������ww "trt*  J.&   "* fOmytiXIW   f- y f* fj.   _ yi....;.yi. n:.,!8.������i.W,.,iii,,>  A Chanc������ for Profiteers  It Ih rather surprising thot the English profiteer, anxious to invent noxn.  o. IiIh money, doe������ not turn hiH ailten-  tjkm to AuBtrin. Tor thrc* milliard  kronen hc could obtain poRnonslon of  a baronial castle with both ancestral  portrait!* and a hot water BUpply, The  figure uoundH lnrge, but, if meium nn  expendltur������i or only 42 500. Complaint  10 made of the high rentals of Hhoot-  Watcr Power Resources Lieted  A new French eBtimatc of tTiec  world's waler power resourcen creditB  United States with 80,000,000  avnilablo Ttorflepowor; Canada with  25,000,000; ^orway with 7,500,000;  Sweden with 6,750,000 anil Italy and1  Spain with about 5,000,000 each.  I  i)k in Scotland. A magnificent  "Hhoot" in Austria, extending*over innumerable ariuare mlle������, may be rented for the modcHt Hum of JCU0.���������3Jv������r-  pooS Weel-tlj; FJo������������.  K>c*p fVtlmardl'B Unim-ent In ti������e houtuei Jpp  'm&r  sraca EEVIEW. CRESTON. b. cl  i*ftyfl!grn~ uigrAifmpaa  by keeping your powers of  resistance at highest pea������^   It is*  as natural for  Scotfslmolsieii  to strengthen as it is for your  food to nourish the body.  If you would conquer weakness���������increase your resistance-  take ScoWs Emulsion often.  Scott & Bowtie, Toronto. OnL X~-7  anion  i~rop in France  BRIEFLY TOLD  Thieves stole over ������540 worth of  ptatinum while it was being heated in  crucibles over a furnace in a temporarily vacant Paris laboratory.  King Albert of the. Belgians has. accepted an. invitation to take part in  New York in 1924 in the third centenary eelebraticftt of the founding of that  city*':.'  A.floating mine of Cterman eoastraction- lias been discovered by the fishermen of Antibes right across the route  of the steamers plying between Marseilles and Nice.  Lord Heading, the Viceroy of India,  sent to the Dalai Lama-over the new  telegraph line to Tibet, recently opened, the King's thanks for his friendly  greetings.  The Combined Court of British  Guiana has. by resolution, authorized  the Colonial Government to take over  and maintain the wireless station established in the colony by the Admiralty some years ago.  George Salem, an Egyptian student,  fired a shot at an automobile in front  of the Palace of the Elysee, Paris, believing the car to be President Miller-  and's. The shot went T/vild. President Millerand was at his country residence at Eambouiliet at  the time.'  The Ford AutomobEle Company has  bought a large tract of land on the  outskirts of Antwerp, where an assembling plant will be erected,'the plant  will be ready lor operation early next  year. Automobile parts will be sent  from Detroit to- Brussels and the" cars  assembledther e^  Sir Lee Stack.'the Governor-GeneraT  of the Sudan, .liasbeen negotiating an  'London for further financial support,)  for Sudan irrigation schemes. > It is  ���������understood that matters have been so  arranged that it--will he possible to resume during the autumn, work on the  Blue ^Nile dam, Wakwar;- which was  suspended last winter.  A proposal is. made to establish an  aerial line of communication between  Tullelar. on the South-West Madagascar coast, and Antsirabe, in the in-  . terlor, which is shortly. to be In railway communication' with Antananarivo. The line will reduce to two  .days a journey which at present tal<es  one month.  Whole Wheat Bnead to Replaoe the  White Loaf  Whole wheat bread will replace  throughout France, the pure white  loaves and roils that since the war  have received such a warm welcome  back to the French dinner table.  This Is due directly to the fact that  this year's wheat harvest in France  is estimated much below the yield of  last year when there was a bumper  crop "of 88,000,000 quintals.  It is feared that before the 1923  wheat crop can be reaped the country will have to buy-some 20,000,000  quincafs of foreign grown wheat lo  meet the requirements of the population. " -  Unfit to Live���������Must Die  This verdict is rendered a thousand  times every week���������no corn can. live,  it must pass out, drop off, if Putnam's  Extractor is "applied to corns "'"and  warts;; Use the -old reliable "Putnam's,"' it never fails, 2.5c at all  dealers. ���������*-*.-'..  Simple  Little   Gown   for ibe  Pretty Little Miss  ^^~~m^^^mm  Birmingham, Ala., claims the largest Sunday school attendance in proportion to population  of any city in  the world. ���������   ��������� -~,  .   -. ��������� ~.  Skirt, C������������t,  Draperies WitK  Diamond Dyes  Each .package of "Diamond Dyes"  contains directions so simple that any  woman can dye or tint'faded, shabby-  skirts, dresses, waists, coats, sweaters,  stockings, hangings, draperies, everything like new. Buy "Diamond Dyes"  -���������no other kind���������then perfect home  dyeing is guaranteed, even if you. have  never dyed~ before. Tell your druggist-whether~"the material yon wish to  dye is wool or silk,-or whether it is  linen, cotton, or mixed goods. Diamond Dyes never streak, spot, fade, or  run. ?'���������:''������������������  A: man of seventy has renewed his  finger nails 1S6 times and has grown  7 ft. 9 in. of nail on each finger.  Right You Are  "Running a business," says, someone, "is a good deal like riding a  bicycle. You have to keep on going  or fall. There are darned few men  who can stand still -aad maintain  their balance in the.store, or on a  wheel.���������Better Business. V  CATARRHAL, DEAFNESS  Is greatly srelieveu by constitutional treatment. -HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE  la a constitutional reriiedy. Catarrhal  Deafness Is ca-used by aii inflamed condition of the,, mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube.' '-When -this tubers inflamed  have  a  rumbling sound; or-imperfect   ingv   and    when    tt Is entirely" eieSed,  Deafness is the result. Unless the. Inflammation can be. reduced, your hearing  may he destroyed forever. HALL'S GA-  TARRH - MEDICINE act* through the  blood.on the mucous surfaces of the system, lima reducing the Inflammation and  assisting Nature in restoring normal conditions;  Circulars free.       All  Drug-prista.  F. J. Cheney & Co..  Toledo. Ohio.r  you  nearini  A truckload of'hay was.one of the  wedding presents given to the bride  of a Newmarket trainer in England.  Hard and soft corns , both * yield to  Holloway's Corn Remover, which is  entirely safe to use, and certain and  satisfactory in its action.  ,1'he electric eel, found in Brazil  and Guiana, ean administer quite a  severe electric shock. sometimes  strong enough to overcome a horse.  PALE AMI SICKLY  GIRLS AND BOYS  N������*d All the Strength Thai Rich, Red J  ���������Blood Can Give Them  Youth is the time to las*- the foundation for health. Every girl and every  boy should have plenty ot pure, red  blood and strong nerves^ With thin,  impure blood they start life with a.  handicap too great to win success and  happiness. - Rich, red blood means  health, full growth, strong nerves, a  clear brain and good digestion. In a  word pure blood is the ^foundation ot  health.  The signs of weak, watery blood are  unmistakable. The pale, irritable  girl or boy, who has no appetite or am*  bition, as always tired; out, short ol:  breath and does not grow strong, is a  victim of anaemia���������the %greatest enemy of youth. There. Is just one  thing to do for these girls and boys-^  build up the blood with Dr. Williams'  Fink r'iiis. ^ou can't afford to experiment wiih other ~ remedies, for  there must be no guesswork in ;th.e  treatment of anaemia. Dr. Williams"  Pink Pills^-^act directly on the blood,  giving it the elements it. lacks, thus  developing strong, healthy girls and  boys. Mrs. ��������� R. Kinch, Hepworth, Ont.,  tells as follows what these pills did  for her-daughter:���������"I tbiirtc it" a duty  to let others know the benefit -which  -Dr. Williams' FJnk Pills have been to  my daughter,' and I hope this may be  the means of inducing some other sufferer to try theml She was weak,  nervous-- and badly run down. She  took medicine from- the doctor but got  no benefit, and' finally she was not  able to walk to school. I was advised  to give her Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,  which I did, and after taking them for  a time she was restored to -perfect  health. .1 cannot speak too highly of  these pills.'JL-  You can get Dr. Williams" Pink Pills  through any dealer in medicine, or by  mail at 50 ceuis a box or sis: boxes tor  ?2.50 from The Dr. Williams Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.    .  OIL LIGHT BEATS  ELECTRIC OR GAS  BUKNS  94St   AIR  A new oil lamp that gives an amazingly brilliant, soft, while ii-shi, even  better than gas or electriehy, ha-s hocn  tested by the U.S. Government and {.~  leading universities and lound to b-  superior to 10 ordinary j>il lam pi. It  burns without odor, smoke or noise���������  no pumping up,-is. simple, clean, sa3e.  Burng 94 per cent, air and ti per cent.  common kerosene  (coal-oil).  " The inventor. T. V. Johnson. D79 Mc-  Dermttt Ave., Winnipeg, is offering to*  send a lamp on 10 days' FREE trial.  or even to give one FREE to the first  user in each locality who will help him  introduce it. Write him today for  full particulars. Also ask him to explain how you can get the agency, and  without experience or money make  $250 to $500 per month.  Launches Gli-d-er 4,000 Feet Up  Herr Klenaperei:, celebrated German  gliding, champion, had a narrow escape  from death at Zurich. He launched  his diminutive moiorless gl ider from a  ballopn^at-4,00(>-feet and dropped like  a plummet toward earth, fall ing in fifteen seconds, but averting a fatal  "crash. .'..-{? '-.-  "  Here is an evening gown of gray [  chiffon, whose charm lies in its delicacy of color and its simplicity of line.  The flowers at the belt are its only  trimming.  It is usually safe to say that when  a child is pale-, sickly," peevish and  restless, the cause is worms. These  parasites range the stomach and intestines, causing serious disorders of  the digestion and/preventingr the infant from deriving sustenance from  food. Miller'^ Worm .powders, by  destroying the worms, correct these  faults of the digestion and serve to restore the organs to healthy action.  After London, in point of population of British, cities, come Glasgow  wiih 1,000.000 Inhabitants, vand Birmingham, wifli 800,000.  It's cl fine thing  to keep out of trouble  but it's a finer thing ta know how  to ������et out ol trouble nfter you have  gotten into it.  Many people thoughtlessly jfet  into trouble by loading up with  heavy, indigestible foods which fail  to supply the essential elements for  repairing the daily wear on their  nerves and body tissues.  It is well to know that Grape-  Nuts with good rich milk is a highly  itoturishi^ig food,, providing all the  necessary nutritive and mineral  elements  in   proper  form   for  "There's a Reman"  ready assimilation by the system.  When you make Grape-Nuts a  substantial-part of your regular  daily diet, Nature will quickly  assert herself and build healthy  nerve cells and sound body tissues.  Crisp and orunchy Grape-Nuts,  made from wheat and malted  barley, is a satisfying food for  breakfast���������a welcome answer to  the call of appetite.  The kumiStti" Yellow package con-  tains more nourishment in Seas bulk  than any other cereal food. v^$tait-  G-Mhk        *_*__* ~7T*mM1l������'n' -"WW* imH  l*^l%^-pyiifi*iC    ���������THE BODY BUILDER  ~*-xut.*.-t iTj-irA-at-C....  IjA     4t~ ft-rvma- HI.      K.       n,���������~jx^,t*        tn������..,.,.....,.,.^mr*.  .������. - ..    *-   * ..IT ***  <n������n>������ill*(k p4������mt*ttn C~~t*im. (In., I Act, , 4~* P*nnM������- W������      ������     r.tn      'AtK       ������������������  ...,..'. ~\art,  ......    *T~  .������!>-      V, 4<*-W������inl������IM f    XJ-*.**.. 0*tt  ��������� ftgTfflfftfititf  Z������&r\  ~v.  tenant  Red Cross Nursing Outposts   ,  Extending .Nursing   Facilities  to   Outstanding Sections in Saskatchewan  The Red Cross will establish one" of  its Nursing Outposts at Kelvingtoji,  thus bringing the total of hospitals  and outposts operated hy the Bed  Cross in Saskatchewan to eight, located at Paddock wood,. Carra.gana, East  End, Robsart, Bengough, Cut Knife,  Meadow Lake and Kelvington.  The Red Cross has also decided,  working in co-operation with the Rural  Municipalities of Souris Valley No. 7,  and Lomond No. 37, to place district  nurses at Colgate and Bronihead, the  cost oi" such service to be divided  equallj7 between the Red: Cross and  the municipalities. ~' -  Tliis "decision was reached at a re  cent meeting of the committee on  Medical and Nursing Services. Reports presented- to the committee  showed that d-uring the six months of  the year, nursing days in the six outposts in operation for a whole or part  of that period totalled 1,435, and that  35 babies were born. ;''"  The Council of R.M. of Bengough  No. 40 are so well satisfied with the  work being done in the Red Cross Out-'  post there that at a recent meeting it  was decided to make important alterations and extensions to the present  building, or build a new. larger and  more modern one. -  The two, years for which the Red  Cross agreed to operate the outpost at  Paddockwood expire in October, and  the people there have petitioned lor a  renewal agreement, and In so doing  refer in terms of high praise to the  splendid services rendered, to them in  their isolated location, far removed  from all other medical or nursing help.  ~ The Red Cross has also'authorized  the establishment of an outpost- at  Medstead on condition tluit a suitable  building Is provided, but steps In that  direction have been deferred until  next spring.  Eleven graduate nurses are now employed permanently by tlie Red Cro*������s  in Saskatchewan. The expenditure  lor the past twelve months In equipping and operating outposts and maintaining district nurses in the Hold has  been approximately $20,000, while donations for this work have amounted  to "about $4,000.  The world's nut trees are said to  be capable of supplying nourishment  to. its entire population.  BEAUTY OF THE SKIM  ia Jbf ���������na6u������1l diesfre ot. every woiiiao.  and is obtainable br theUse of Dr.  Cbase s Ojutinenfc. Pimples, Irfackbeads,  xongbn.es and redness of the skin,  rrrttatlon an<3 eczema disappear, and  tbe skin ta left so-ffc. smooth ana velvety.  All dealers, or Ed ruangoit. Bates 0. Co..  , ^i^M**3' Toronto. Sam pie free if you  ineaUou tills paper.  'MONEY ORDERS  The safe way to semi money  by mail  is  br  Datuim'ott  Express  Money  Order.  Worms sap the strength and undermine tlie vitality of children. Strengthen thorn hy tis ing Mother Graves"  Worm Exterminator to drive out thc  parasites.  Editorial Apology  The editor of a Hmal] paper in a  remote district of Southern "California  found lilmHflll* unabl������n to insert his  usual coumn of birth������, marriages and  doatliH, Thinking that some apolo^y  wa������ needed for ouch an untoward  circumstance, ho Innerted the following, In clear, blnck. type: "We r������Rxe't  that owing to pressure upon the  opace aeveral doathu have been inevitably postponed."  Mlnard*a       Liniment  Frwjnol  -Lumberman"*  MACHINERY  f0R0N?0  The  "Home Comfort"   RANGE  H   now   ���������old   to   the   uwr   dlr*ct   Irom   i������������r  *������iirtory. -���������h������      -     ���������  *T3a*oun������ni3*  of   ttlieii*'  ttanfift*  In   *it���������   over   20  _t)~..~  and  atill Koatl ICacigch.  H������p������lx������ for ���������Yery Koran Comfort R������i������k������ miut<t  slnc������ IB 84 nuiclcly BuppUatS,  Th������ Wroufhi Iron Rawf������ Co of Canada.,  TJtwI'twd  1410 Xing Bt.  W. TOUOMTO  GWk9* Vmm Root CompmiBffi  j_\ mt/*. t-UttVl- tr.outttH-s0  WtoitWtt*. BttlA Irs Ustt* Am.  mtittm thf ������Ur*nB*ll���������������No. 1, $ 11  |Tck *, WiN*. *%*!������ P** oo������-  Boli pr ������l| druftrT-iui. om<i������i*  b������op������Jl(l ������������ *-~t4~tp. of ttnet-0  Www ������������u>l>liUfc, Addr������*������|  , Wmm (R4MMM ������W������WW*������! ������?<J>.j  trettoaira. ������������r. '..m~*u,. wnwi  w.   wr.   cr.   jas* a ,���������-.x..-:,llUr.4..,,  THE'tittESTOH' BBVIBW  Mrs.    Geo. Cam   is   a   yisitor  -friends in Nelson at present.  with  B & B Foreman Sid McCabe is busy  with the pilediiver on the trestle near  Attabara  Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Touhev 5 and  sons Bob and Bill, r-eturned on Friday  from an extended visit with friends at  Seattle. Victoiia and Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Dennes expect to  get away this week for a ten "days'  trip to the coast and will also spend^a  few days at Revelstoke on the return  trip.  E. -W. Payne has about completed  the addition to P. Lornbardo's residence, and when it gets a dress of  paint it will be quite the equal of the  best of them. here.  Mrs. Jones was in from Kuskanook  for the -week-end, attending church  S3rvice. Green peas and strawberries  and cream ares, almost daily features  0.1 the menu at the Jones home.  Mesdames North And Loasby were  Greston callers on Saturday for the  English Church raffle  and tea at the  vicarage, making   the trip to the me  tropolis with CM. in his Ford roadster. Report has it that Mr. Loasby  he=*������3 the lucky raffle" ticket and has  since received the centrepiece which  was'raffled.  Messrs. Leadbeater and Henderson  Or Cranbrook haye just completed  painting a sign 6n~������jE|.'*j..' Whiteside''s  new store, which will be known as  Sirdar Mercantile. The sign is certainly ������ good one.  Jas. Mannerino is harvesting his  crop of grapes at present most of  them going, to points in the Crow.  B.������th the North and Mannerino ranch.  es are moving the first of their winter  apples this week.  All the ioeal gates through the,com  pany's right-of-way fence on the north  side of track have been closed, and  there is now only one regular or  authorised gate now ayailable to get  to the station or postoffice. and it is  about opposite the Pascuzzo ranch.  Sorely the next move will be to put  the station on the north side of all lhe  tracks. . ,..  _ C. P. R. President Beatty and party  arrived at Kootenay Landing Sunday  evening by barge and at 7.30 the yard  c t-w had fche soecial made ud and it  de parted; immediately. for Cranbrook.  and Convenient  When Remitting5 Money  There Is frequent necessity in business and personal  affairs for remitting money by mail. The safest and  easiest mediums for this purpose areJBaak Drafts  and Money Orders.  You can secure these at any branch of the Imperial  Bank ���������drafts for the larger amounts, and Bank  Money (hrders up to fifty dollars. gie  IMPERIAL   BANK  c. w. AIXAN,  OF <CAS*AS*Ax  GRESTON BRANCH,  Manager.  3-fes  Good, Wholesome  Baking Powder  is never violent in action but is  perfectly balanced, leavening the  dough thoroughly and uniformly  through and through.  MADE IN CANADA  works so evenly and surely that it  insures the wholesomeness of your  baking.  It is made of Cream of Tartar,  derived from grapes, and adds the  quality touch to baking that no  other kind of baking powder  provides.  Send for FREE Cook Book-"Table and Kitchen"  149 Notre Dame East, Winnipeg, Can.  TO THE FARMER  Small amounts saved recularly aoon rendi  A large total. Deposit each ween part of th*  ittoney you get from your cream, mitter and  eggs and watch your Savings balance grow.  WE WELCOME SMALL ACCOUNTS.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  $15,000,000  MMMra I  PAID-UP CAPITAL  JkE&ERVE fund  CRESTON BRANCH, C G-. Bennett, Manager  *��������� i* r nun*-, r*n m  .|J j  J,*0*W,\ivjiv.  if>������  ������fe#%&i  ~~m  B       B      Bk HI H   ������������������   ~-~-~~~ WM  tL&UN  t&snfltN I  I HEREBY GIVE NQTIOE thafc, ou Thursday, the 12th day of October, 1922, at the hour of 10 a-m, at  the Courthouse, Nelson, B.C., I will sell at public auction the lands in the list hereinafter set out, of the-  persons iu said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th day of  June, 1922, and for interest, costs ^nd expenses, including the costs of advertising said sale, if the  total amount due for period ending December 31st, 1920, is not sooner paid.  The Collector will be pleased to receive any information respecting the following list where the owner  was a member qf the Alliecl Forces and entitled to the benefits of Section 29 of the-"Taxatipn Act  Amendment Act, 1918." .*>  LIST OF PROPERTIES:  Name -of Person Assesssd  Sho"������*t   OeBCr^nt!tt������*l   t*f  Prfinertv.  ���������^tr m ���������  vm- m     W ������������������    V mm -m* V     - gm  ��������� mm.   m. m ���������������������������  m ���������        ���������     ������������������   ������~       I-     ���������jf  Arrears of    Int. &    Costs & Total.  all taxes penalty expenses  Russell, Florence C  Rimmer, T. :: .....  a    t. -on  ������>   O������oo-  Lot 97, Gp. 1, Kootenay District, Map 727  ..~....~........-....xP......I~ot A, of lot 2, block 2 i, . .  ...   .>. Lot 1, blk. 9 ..........;........ ;���������..:..;........���������......       7.65 .39  Trail East Subdiv. of Lot 2919, Gr. 1, Kootenay District, Map 1262  Barach, M i. Lot 11, blk, 7 .....       9.41 .45  Ferrie, Mary. Lot 9, blk. 8  ....... ... ........  Anderson, Hannah Lot 18, blk. 8; ���������..:..Z....Z..........���������;..  ?0.rt   g, ,  oo.ot  4.50  6.14  .29  .40  Subdiv. of Pt. Sublot 2, lot 4598, Gp. 1, Kootenay District, East Trail, Map 1310  Mellard, W. R. (Estate of) .....  Lot 4, Blk. 10     33.82 1.92  Lane, Mrs. F. E -.. .Lot 15, blk. 11    8.49  --.-j~~*\ Fruitvale Townsite, Subdiv. of Lot 37 and 210, in Tps. 11A and 12A,  Lot 1236, Gp. 1, Kootenay District, Map 785C.  Larson, A. ...... ..;Lot 5, blk. C  :.       8.07  Waters, Mrs. Geo Lot 13, blk. I  -       8.06  Green City Townsite, in Sees. 2 and 3, Tp. 37, Lot 1238, Gp. 1 Kootenay  gg������- District, Map 73d  Conkey, Blanche L Lot 5, blk. 2 .  Sharen, Eliza A .-*, Lot 6, blk. 2  Phillips, J. W Lot 6, blk. 6 ..  Winebrenner, E. e. Lot 5, blk. 10  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  .38  \49  .49  .19  .19  .19  .19  V   -At. iv  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  Kitchener Townsite, Part Lot 2546, Gp. 1, Kootenay District, Map 688.  Day, J - Lot  15, blk.  22 .       5.39 .33  Proctor Townsite in Part of Lot 309, Gp. 1, Kootenay District, Map 710  Sammons. F. J. _ Lots 18, 19, blk. 3  -     88.68 5.33  Salmo Townsite, Lots 206, & 206 A,.Gp. 1, Kootenay District.  Kennington, G. A   ...Lot 13, blk. 5, map 622    . 28.06  Smith, Lillian and Scanlan, Mary  Lot 8; blk. 21, map 622A ���������.���������.;..���������.:.:..... ... 5.43  Lindo-w, C. W. Lots 13, 14, blk. E, map 622A ..���������..Z.   56.11  Kennington, G. A ...Part of blk. P  37.41  Ymir Townsite, Subdiv, of Sec. 7, Tp. 17, Lot 1242, Gp. 1,  Kootenay  District,  Map 640.  O'Neill, A. C Lot 10, Blk  O'Reilly, p.* J .......; ..Lot 1, blk. 10  Heyland, R. B 1 Lot 12, blk. 19  Daly, J Lot 5, blk.  29  8  A..... 26.18   ....  8.04     8.04    8.81  1.77  .34  3.54  2.36  1.73  .53  .53  1.03  Creston Townsite, Part Lot 525, Gp. 1, Kootenay District, Map 693.  Wiles,  Annie   ..*.... Lots 7 to 11, blk. 49       90.17 5.91  Central Park, Subdiv. of Sublots 19 & 20, Lot 4598, & Pt. Lot 367, Gp. 1,  Kootenay District, Map 850  Day, R. S Lot   29      Morton, W. J -Lot 59      Bickle, E. B Lot  71,  72,  73  7.50  8.10  6.00  Columbia Gardens, Subdiv. of lots 205, 205A, 205B, Gp. 1, Kootenay District,  Map 800.  Dutcher, M. A Blk.  Krieger,  Grace   Blk.  Dutcher, B. W. Blk.  Dutcher, B,  Dutcher, B  W.  W.  .Blk  Blk.  Wolffe, Mary E ..Blk.  Wolfe, Mary E.  Blk.  Groutage, Evelyn .....Blk.  7, 17.05 acs  70.42  14A, 14B, 22.61 acs  36.21  18, 9������.50 acres   24.15  18A, 18B, 31.72 acs  41.24  19, 19A, 19B, 39,10 acs  32.20  23, 23C, 23^6  aca  54.42  24, 25, 41.80 aCB  42.25  8B,  9B,  3.67  acs  8.57  .49  .54  .39  4.48  2.29  1.54  2.65  2.04  3.44  2.68  .54  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.275  2.76  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  8.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  eee: An  10.79  12.61  7.54  9.29  38.49  11.62  11.31  11.30  5.94  5.94  5.94  5.94  8.47  96.76  32.58  8.52  62.40  42.52  30.66  11.32  11.32  12.59  98.83  11.74  12.39  10.14  78.65  42.25  29.44  47.64  37.99  61.61  48.68  12.86  Fruitvale Subdiv. in Tp. 11A and 12A, of Lot 1236, Gp. 1, Kootenay District.  .Blk.  .Blk.  .Blk.  .Blk.  .Blk.  Kremer, P .Blk.  Richardson, J   Philips, Wm. S -   Campbell, W. H. and Schadek, W. J.'  Arnold, G*   Armstrong, J.  8, 9.88 acs., map 785  .j^:.     39.02 2.36  44, 10 acs.map 785A  .���������.     86.07 2.17  54, 429.19 acs, map 785A  203.33 12.92  73, 10 acs., map 785A      26.93 1.62  81, 6.85 acs., map 785B      16.15 .98  101/ 10.15 acs., map 785B      32.30 1.95  Fruitvale Subdiv. In Tp. 11A & 12A, of Lot 1236, Gp. 1,  Kootenay  Distriot,  Map 735E.  Holden, W. J ". Blk. 115* 9.52 acs      33.65 2.03  Knemor, F .....: Blk. 179, 10 acs     43.06 2.60  Kremer, F ������. : Blk. 181, 10 acs     82.30 1.95  Kremer, F Blk. 203, 10.20 acs     32*.30 1.95  Watson, J .- Blk. 212, 10 aca     20.53 1.26  Taylor, D. A ....Blk. 216, 10 acs     16.14 .98  MUncr, Wm .Blk.  217,  10  acs     16.14 - .98  Phillips, R. and D. E -Blk.   266,  10  acB     53.83 3.25  Skinner, W. E Blk. 293, 30 acs, Map 785 D      37.09 2.28  Walters, <Ueo. Blk. 303, C acs, Map 7S5 B      18.85 1.1.4*  Kootenay Valley  Lands  Wilson, L. ft Blk 23, lot 9555, 12.77 aca     47.01 3.07  Mwrruy, -__\\\\t.   , .Blk. 33, lot 9555, 20.10 acs     37.61 2.45  Wood, II. F Pt. blk. 100, lot 9554, 10.27 acs  163.77 13.09  Wynndel Fruit Lands, Pt. Lots 4595 & 784, Gp. 1, Kootenay Dint,  Map 864.  Morriti, J. U Blk.  1, AGO  acs       33.38 2.17  Arnold, Mrs. It Blk. 43, 10.08 acs  102.26 7.48  Lot 222, Gp 1, Kootenay District, Kaalo & Slocan Railway Grant Lands  IIURhcH, Juh. O. L .Lot C, l>l% 15A,    7acs, map 805  ..'     21.46 1.34  Clark. T. (fJBtato)  Lot 3, bl. 16, 10 aca., map 718A     25.40 1.64  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  45.13  41.99  220.05  32.30  20.88  38.00  30.43  49,41  38.00  38.00  25.54  20.87  20.87  60.83  43.72  23.73  53.83  43,31  180.61  30.80  118.49  26.55  30.79  RIobnrdBOn, C. IT.  iJ-riliitii, i-   Griffith, H   Lot 812, Gp 1, Kootenay District, Map 730   N. W. % sec. 8  -  500.91  .....*.V.\_   c������ JI. W. M   ccc. 3       814.36  Vii ot N. E.  %  sec. 4   214.36  [Oo ii tin nod on Page 1  .E.  31.92  13.47  13.47  8.7G  3.7G  3.75  530.58  231.58  231.UH  Q>  HuttmMHiiiiiiattMiiiiiig  mtmmtm  imfflffliiran pp  THE  CKESTON  BEVIEW  /c9  G&nyon Gtty  Dr. R,������i!edge-^f Cranbrook was hpie  on a professional visit last "week, mak  ing   bis   monthly   inspection  Company horses.  of the  was   taken ^ to.  on   .ThMrsdayv  ...     t  Mrs. G. H. Kemp  Cranbrook hospital  where she hits since successfully -unr  d ergon e an operation for appendieittiK,  and is-iuaking; a very satisfactory recovery.  Mrs. Bateman of Calgary, Alta.. is  here at present oni a visit -to her son;  Jim,'at- the Bateman & Pepperdine  ranch.' ������������������-  prise party, a feattire of which" "was  the presentation of an easy chair to  Mrs. Hickey. -  This part of the valley" is almo&fc as  smoky ns daring the summer months.  Burning without a permit commenced  on Sunday and many here have since  put a match to their slashings and  stump piles'.'  " The health' of danyori"' City vss not  quite us rbHust at present as is usually  the case, more than a few of the residents complaining: of * an illness that is  heavy to billiousness. and colds.  NELSON ASSESSMENT DISTRICT���������Continued from Page 4.  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Property  Arrears of    Int, &   Costs S~ Total  aii taxes penaity expenses  v  Embree, W.  Dunri; D. R;  Babka, M. E. ...........  Lot 891, Gp. 1, Kootenay District  .West 3 acs. of lot 8, blk. 3, map 1364   102.26  .Pt. ^assigned letter A, blk. 17, and S, E. corner of E %'of blk. 18, 10.5 acs, map 698     72.00  Lot 892, Gp 1, Kootenay District  .Blk. 29, 40 acs., map 698A .... .���������.::-       63.28  ''Mi\ Neil, mill foaeinah,   who is also  an appendicitus patient at, Cranbrook  hospital; re  making a splendid recovery, * foilo^ihg:^ operation ^bbufc   t\-vo  weeks ago. ^  Huygens &   VanAckeran   are   supplying twenty boxes of -the fruit'.that,  will make up'the Union's 220-box non������ *  cimpetitive. display   at- the . Imperial p  GAHGElUTlOSi OF RESEBVE  that .iheTT&essrve'  ?eby' giveii   1, Group l,_Kootenay District,  Fruit Show  at   London   this  'month.  ^ They are sending   Northwest   Greenings.  The October.meeting of the United  Farmers will be held on Saturday  night,-when iiT is expected infest ..wil*  be something definite reported on the  new postoffice as well as by the committee on moving pictures.  M.any. of the people of this section  were at the Hickey home on Saturday  night last, when Mr. and Mrs. Hickey  were treated to a largely attended sur-  ���������Kfoti*eS*:ili3-; bereb;  covering iot 491, J _. _,    situated in the vicinity of Creston, B.C., by  reason  of a notice published in tbe  British  Columbia Gazette on the 27th December, 1907,  . ia cancelled for the purpose b������ disposing of the  I subdi vision-of satafe by public auction oh a date  [ to be later fixed by the undersigned.  G R. NADEN,  ,  Deputy Minister of lands.  ���������Victoria, B.C., August 7,1922.  Waters; A. ...  yor^,':F..:s.*c...  FeeneyV'W."������������������'-:  Peterson, F. Rj ..���������..  Green City Gold M.  Green City Gold M.  Wx%ht, Harry ���������-  Lasfler," Hannah....  ���������   I-   "������������������"������������������  Kimthel, Sophiei  ....  Churchill, P. L.  Nelson and Fort Sheppard Railway Grant Lands, Lot 1236, Gp. 1,  Kootenay District ���������-���������?--��������� :PZ-Z"--.-?'  ......................Sees. 1 and 12, Tp. ilA .��������� ...... ~~.~ 717.55  ...... .........00. Sublot 21, Tp. 11 A, 223.90 acs. ...:.. .... 195.33  : .; % interest in sublot 35, tp. 13, 327.46 acs. ....    97.20  S. & D. Co.  S. & D. Co.  Lot 1237, Gp. 1, Kootenay District  .Sublot 69, Tp. 14, 468.10 acs, map X70 ..   .Pt. sublot 41, tp. 15, 123.85 acs, map X71 p.  42.85  45.00  UAROtLLATiGH Dr  iir������rniir  ncocnt������  Notice is- hereby ��������� given that  "!Eot   the Reserve  covering portions of Eot 274, Group 1, Kootenay  District, situnte in the vicinity of Oreston,  B.C.. and subdivided as Lots 9553 and 9551.  Group 1; Kootenay District, is cancelled for the  purpose of disposing.of same at public auction  on a date to. be later fixed by the undersigned.  ..' 6,Pw NADEN.  ?.- Deputy Minister of Lands.  Victoria, B.C., August 7,1922.  Lot 1233, Gp. 1, Kootenay District   ..Jn Sec. 2, 3, tp. 37, 858.01 acs. ...L.v._..���������;  322.50   In Sec. 28, tp. 36, 92.39 acs. .......... .     39.00  ���������..Sees. 10,.11, 15 N. E. y_ sec. 4, S. B. % seer  "16, tp. 3.6, 2240 acs. . . .... ...:.��������� 189.46  ...-1-..-.S. ~_. V. and S. % of N. E.'%, sec. 3, W. %  Sec. 4, tp. 36, .560 acs. .;........... ...._......    89.37  Lot 1242, Gp. 1, Kootenay District.  .......N % of N. W. % sec. 6, S. W. % of N. W.  % sec. 6, and that pt. of S.-E. % of S. W.%  and S. W. % of S. E. Vn. of sec. 7, lying outside of Ymir townsite. tp. 17. 209.32 acs. .... 345.17  6.44  3.24  4.07  44.71  12.76  6.33  2.75  2.92  20.97  2.54  12.36  5.83  3.75      112.45  3.75        78.99  3.75        71.00  3.75 766.01  3.75 211.84  3.75      107.28  3.75  ������.75  49.36  51.67  3.75. 347.22  3.75        45.2fr *  3.75 205.57  3.75        98.95  Hickling, A. ..���������.   Hickling, AC  Lot 1243, Gp 1, Kootenay District  .Sublot 9; tp. 31, 61.68 acs  "...  Lot 2381, Gp. 1, Kootenay District  .Sublet 4, tp. 31, 34.42 acs- ..... .....  2,7.71  -13.50  31.39  1.82  Smg%m  %_.   -^  enr ior quiUR mm  SaS'isifotG fos*  Warden, R. p~~~~~~~..L~.~~~~   Brackney, Nina .......... .....  Johnstone, J. & Young, G. A  Lindley, A. & Re&d, D   Mcintosh, J. A.  . ......  Luna, P ...���������-    Wilson, A. R.~ x .   Peake, Catherine  'IP.   B. C. Southern Land Grant, Lot 4595rGp. 1, Kootenay District.  ...... ... Blk. 5 of S % sublOi 161 9;98=acs, map 766:..    39:00   .. Blk. 12 of S. ^-sublbta^lO acSii map\793.....   16.50.  M. .... Sublot 54, 160 acs  ............. 254.02   ..... Blks. 15, 16 of sublot 63, 20.58 acs, map. 970.. 133.47    N.W. % of S.W. ^ ktblot 90, 10 acs, map x3t    93.34   sublot 115, 658;i* acs;, ;naapiX31-i .....���������_...... ,333.68  ...2.: blk. 3, of sublot^l29, 30.64 acs, map. 1016 ~.���������   25.-S7   Blk, 10, sublot 130, 9.73 acs., map 1167 ........   25.77  Thoburn, A ...;   Constable, G. ;....   Cuming, E,  S. .... ........:   Kerby, P. M.  : ........   Eby, W.'S. and Manly, P. ..  Eby, W, S=   Eby; W. S  . .   Lot 4592*-, Gp= I? Kootenay District  .Pt. sublets, 170 acs., map X30  ....  .S. E. % sublot 12, 40 acs. map X 30    .Blk. 9, sublot 16, 9.57 acs, map 805    .N. W. cor. sublot 18, 5 acs. .;.... :..���������  Blk. ^11, of sublot 19, 40 acs, map 1066 ....  .Blk. 12 of sublot 19, 40 acs., map 1066 ..  .Blk. 13 of sublot 19, 40 acs., map 1066      55  Subdvn. of Part Sublot 20 in Sec. 29, Map 1305.  577.27  43.56  22.20  29.88  86.25  76.40  Grier, R.  . . .. Lot 2, 34.10 acs.  64.14  18x30 ���������  18 x36 ���������  24 x 48 ���������  30x60 ���������  36 x 72 ���������  54x84 ���������  2x 108 ���������  $ .75  .90  1.00  1,7 5  2.00  3.75  5.60  Kerstian, C. P. W^.  Colesi P. ���������-----  Appleton Bros.  Appleton Bros.  Sl&tge; W. C. -  Subdvn. of Lot 3Q4g Gp= 1> Kootenay.District.   Blk. 290, 6.06 acs., map 926 ... ������������������.. .........     25.24  Lot 306, Gp. 1, Kootenay District *  . .���������ZPS % blk. A of sublot 7, 4 acs., map 731 Ef ���������  .... ^._^Blks. 4^ 6 of sublots 3, 4, 35 acs., map 731 A ��������� 235.92  ....... ....Pt. blk. B of sublet 12,1^62 acs., map 942 ..l.r  ...............Blk. A of sublet 12, map 942 ........y....?...., .,  .88  2.54  lAfez  I63Z  8.68  5:ss  21^70  1.65 v  2.95  36.99  2.70  1.38  1.91  5.59  4.90  4.15  1.11  3.75  3JT5  3.75  3,75,  *m  3.75  3175  3.75  3.75?  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  380.31  33.28  18.13  45.29  21.33  27>.14  145.90  102.98  359.13  30.97  32.47  618.01  50.01  35.54  95.59  85.05  CIS 4ST  72.04  30.10  18.19  \  - . t  ~^1.18  3.75  23.12  S35.92  15.24  -3.75  254.91  ^������;16  .40  375  10.31  72.59  .4.69  3.75  81.03  Watts, Mary J.  Lot 309, Gp. 1, Kootenay District  .Pt. si blot E. of sublot 1, 7.33 acs, map 990  94.58  6.68V        3.7S      104.(������1  Assorted Colors  anel Patterns  ^5������ A^������ y*.   EZ        -Z04     EZ_tl     B-$^ itrnJ1  GENERAL MEKOHANT.  Crowr Grants, Gp. 1, Kootenay District  Larson,   A  -  .....Part Lot 301A, e.Ae^acs ���������. ..  Beer, G. P ~. ;....Lot 1815, 149 ~acs. ......  Cole, W. H   - .....Blk. 6, 7*, lot 2548, 20.05 acs, map 798  .:  Campbell,  L "Onix" M. C. Surface Rights, lot 3926 ........  McDonald, J. D "Ereemont" M. C. Surface Rights, lot 3928 ..  Campbell, L "Humboldt" M. C. Surface Rights, lot 3929  Baskin, M. H. and Stedman, G. B ."Greenwood Frac" M. C. lot 4787, Surface  Rights  ;.   ............  Baskin, M. H. and Stedman, G. B.���������...."Greenwood" M. C. Surface Rights, lot 4788  Baskin, M. H. and Stedman, G. B. ........"Jack Pot Frac" M. C. Surface^Rights, lot  4789 :.   Baskin, M. H. and Stedman, G. B 'Vernamo" M. C. Surface Rights, lot 4790 ....  Baskin, M. H. and Stedman, G. B "Red Point" M. C. Surface Rights, lot 4791 ..  Laviole-tte, H. C ~ ..Blks. 4, 5, lot 5079, 32.56 acs   Wright, H. and Schofield, J. H Lot 6636, 136 acs  ..  Wick, Lydia A South pt. lot 7194, 120 acs   Feeney, W. & B Lot 7710, 86 acs .-.   Harrop & Jarram  Lot 8469, 40 acs .���������   Wick, Lydia, A Lot 8631, 49.12 acs    Anderson, C.  S % lot 9272, 80 acs  .,  Reeves, R. M S% lot 9757, 160 acs.    Feeney, B.".  Lot 9787, 159.20  acs ~,   Longhurat, C .���������. ; Lot 10612, 40 acs      Laurie, Sarah M .......r. Part N. B. % of N. % of lot 10190, 40 acs   Cooper, M. N .V. Lot 10919, 80 acs    Powys, A. V ^ Surface Rights "Repmbllc" M. C.r lot 3208 ..  Powys, A. V. Surface Rights, "Republic" "Frac" M. S., lot  3206      21.18  98.29  49.05  5.85  7.62  9.83  3.00  5.25  4.80  4.05  5.85  35.06  60.00  60.00  51.30  22.50  45.00  24.00  19.50  30.00  15.00  36.20  21.00  16.25  7.70  1.23  6.21  3.21  .36  .47  .65  .19  .35  .32  .27  .39  2.24  3.90  3.90  3.34  1.46  2,92  1.56  1.27  1.95  .98  10.15  1.36*  1.85  .58  3.75  3.75  8.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.7o  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  26.16  108.25  56.01  9.96  11.84  14.23  6.94  9.35  8.87  8.07  9,99  41.05  67.65  67.65  58.39  27.71  51.67  29.31  24.52  35.70  19.73  50.10  26.11  21.85  12.03  1  Wm BI     ^H     ^H     ra ^B|        ^^B ^H     ^^     J**^Hk    ^^^^^/ __*J^^^&  We would advise placing orders now for  Fruit Bo es and avoid the rush and  possible disappointment later on.  We will be able to give a very low  price delivered to the orchard, and  will give till ������Jov. 1 to pay for thew.  Nelson <&. Fort Sheppard Rly. Subsidy Lands, Gp. 1, Kootenay District  Churchill, F. L Pt, of Sees. 17, 21, 26, Tp. 9 A, 277.23 acs 135.00  Vogol, J, (estate)  -���������. '..-. Pt sec, 23, (parcel 181) tp. 9A, 48 acs, map  XG3 .*.     15.00  Broater, G. & E N.W.% & N.% o* S.W.% sec. 1, tp. 10A,  240 acs -     37.50  Rossland, Kootenay Mfg. Co Sublot 3, tp. 28, 1.85 acs., map X60      6.00  8.78  3.75  147.53  .98  3.75  19.73  2.44  .39  3.76  3.75  43.69  10,14  ClirlBtppherson, A.  Subdvn. of Pt. Lot 301 A, Gp. 1,'Kootenay District, Map 617   '.....W% Blk. 6, 11.25 acs     33.89  Lot 4598, Gp. 1, Kootenay District  3.00  Robinson, G, H Blk. 11, of subdvn. oit sublot 7, map 1134,  C.C3   aco   May, W. J ..Blk. 13 of aub-flvn. hi <ftiblot 8, map 818  8.60 acs .--��������� ���������     62.50  Subdvn. of Part Lot 7159, Gp. 1, Kootenay District, Map X37  Wrlgnt, Wm, & P. L Sublot 3, 18.81 'aca    20.00  McLaren, C, G. & Rone, W. O. Sublot 5,  223.97  aca  105.00  1.98  .19  3.41  1.82  6.83  3.75  3.75  3.75  Subdvn. of Sublots 4 & 9, of Lots 68-17 tS~ 3121, Gp. 1, Kootenay District.     Map 1013  Canyon City lumber Company  LEiwiiTED  Gardener,  W :?.. : Blk. 2, 8.08 acs  15.00  Foster, W. H Blk. 3, 7.07 aca    13.GQ  Gardener,  W. -Blk. 4, 8,73 acs   60.00  Jageer, H .Blk. 6, 8.87 acs  60.00  Gardener,  W .* j Blk. 18, 1.30 acs  3.00  Foster,, W. H ;Blk. 19, 1.28 aca  ~~    3.00  Gardener,  W. Blk.  20.  1.81  acs  3.00  Jttgigor, B"!  .��������� ..Blk. 22, 1.15 oca   Dated at Nelson, B. C. thia 16th day of Soptomber, 1922.  ~*������'*  3.00  ,9S  .88  3.90  3.90  .19  .19  .19  .19  8.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3,75  3.75  3.75  3,75  3.75  3.7G  39.62  6.94  59.66  25.57  115.58  19.73  18.13  67,65  G7.65  6i>4  ���������.9i  6.94  6.94  Provincial Collector.  ���������MgSjiliUi  $*->S*������::^ :^i/fe*i*wi-4s' .: m^wmmmimamssm & &  En the shack, in tlie tarm Home,  and in  the  city house, RED^ ROSE  TEA is the standby.  New   BuSiisnp   Material  3  Boxes  CasaadiaisiziiiE CasacSa.  Help The New Immigrant  Europe  Using   Discarded   Shell  Filled With Cement   .  -. r  Europe is trying something new and  unique in building materials -Ao. connection with the great reconstruction  movement in the battlefield districts.  It is converting the boxes in which  shells were transported to the front  Into building blocks. The "boxes are  filled with cement allowed' to dry and  then assembled Hke hollow tiles. They  are said to form walls of great  strength.ii... In the present shortage Of  brick the cement filled shell boxes not  only comprise a very acceptable sub:  stltufce but greatly reduce construction  costs.  TV ���������  In announcing Canada's new immigration and land settlement policy, Hon.  Charles Stewart, Minister of Im migration and Colonization, made it plain that  the cardinal features of that policy would be (1) careful selection of immigrants in country of origin, and (2) wise direciionaftersettling in Canada.  The importance of these two things can hardly be over-estimated. Ih  the past Canada has lost tens" of thousands of immigrants who, after coming  to this country, have drifted away to the United States or returned to the  land from which they came. The reason is not far to seek. Many in the  first place were not of a type or class at all likely to succeed m this country.  Others, and probably a much larger number, became discouraged because,  through lack of knowledge and 'wise direction" they made fatal mistakes, re;,  suiting in loss and ultimate failure.  Careful selection of immigrants in the country of origin will operate to  prevent men ahd women wholly unfitted by previous environment and training from succeeding in a new coutry like Canada from ever embarking on  such a venture. For example, it is but inviting failure to send a man to  Canada who all his life has followed, say the occupation of silk weaving. He  knows silk weaving thoroughly, but is qualified to succeed at that and nothing  else. To send such a man ancl Ills family to making a livelihood in Canada  at farming, or lumbering, or mining, is to invite trouble all round. He has  neither the training, ihe  physique,  or  the   adaptibility required  to succeed.  What Canada needs and must have are the average sturdy men and  women and boys in their teens who have the physique to stand hard work and  can adapt themselves to manual labor. People who can work, and are willing and desirous of working on the land itself, are-the type having the best  possible chance of making a success in Canada.  But even more important than careful selection is the provision of wise j continues  direction after they have arrived in Canada.      Many men and women having        Nr"    "n  the qualities necessary to success have failed because of wrong direction, or  no direction at all.      They have become round pegs in square holes.      Some  DO YOU FEEL LIKE THIS  WHEN YOU WAKEN?  Do you feel blue, sickly, heavy, too  tired to get-up? .-If so, it's probably  your liver; which is slow, and needs to  be toned and stimulated by Dr. Hamilton's Pills. It's a wonderful change  Dr. Hamilton's Pills will make in a  few days;      They relieve the system  rxp      ~,rxSr0rx.-x.��������� 00 ���������       ���������.~~X.~ X*t,~.-. ~tj- I-t-rx  <SL      t.vi������>l/UUUO       V. ~.at.i-, LlSeJ wilXA fcl������*C  stomach, improve digestion, increase  your appetite. You'll feel like new  all over after using this health bringing medicine. Thousands have proved it. Sold everywhere in 25c boxes,  or The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  Hungarian Lake is Drying Up  Volcanic Changes in Bed Responsible  Say Geologists  The biggest lake in Hungary. Lake  Balaton, covering 360 square miles,  would appear slowly to be drying up.  In some places the water has receded  a mile from the old shore line within a  few years,   and    the    shrinking  una.,'31;  x~*~a.xtztx    -U-U  i    agncuituiiii  operations. Failing where success was practically impossible they have left  the country, whereas had wise direction been .provided they would have been  advised and assisted to locate elsewhere in Canada where success would have  attended their efforts. -  Therefore, the plan now proposed oi" keeping close check on every incoming immigi-ant and assisting him to get properly placed, and with ad/ice and  practical help when needed tide him over periods of discouragement and seeming, though only temporary, failure, appears to offer the best possible chance  ot peopling our vacant lands with men and women who will win out and  make a real success in Canada.  Such a plan to succeed must have the cordial support of individuals all  over the country, and the plan formulated of creating local community clubs  to care for and assist incoming settler-s. thus building up a great national welfare organization, is good.  Coupled with this is the other, and sensible plan, of placing these new  settlers on lands fairly close to existing lines of railway but which are now  held by speculators and absentee owners. These lands, it is proposed, to  have listed and sold upon long terms of payment, involving only a small annual payment of principal and interest upon the amortization plan. Settlers  so [.laced will have a much better chance to succeed than those placed scores  ���������of miies from any available means of transportation, or located in "colonies" '  off by themselves.  People now resident in tli-% -diMi-tcts where these new settlers are to he  placed should be ready to hlep Uieui. because by their presence -local taxation  will be reduced and modern services and utilities now denied to them because of prohibitive cost will h? made accessible. Placing these people-within access of oxiscinu railways will operate to wipe out the* present staggering  d*������bt on our National Railway*, and in many ways this proposed more intensive sertlemeni will make I'or sur-res* all round where the old policy of scattering people fat apart ov-er imiiicnso areas resulted so frequently in discour-  a^r-ruen: and (allure.  No. one. can give an explanation  particularly as there has been phmty  of rain recently. .Geologists say that  '^/������������������r*!r-*_i nin- nhoncr^o !n      i t>o     V-.---n.fi     r*v*     f l\~~m  lake are responsible.  Th*   Value  of  Tourist   Travel  to  tho  Dominion ,  Travel - is one of the greatest elements in education and is one of the  fundamentals of good citizenship. The  desire to know one's own country  should be inculcated--into the system  of every Canadian and to obtain any  adequate knowledge, how can it be  acquired better than by travel? "Canadians, See Canada," and "See Canada  First," etc., have been adopted as slogans -in the endeavor to create in the  minds of Canadians the .-"advantages of  national travel and the attractions  Canada has to offer..  The purport'.of this article is..' not.  only to give expression to the importance of Canadians seeing Canada that  they may have a fuller appreciation of  what their own country has to offer  them in the way of scenery and,interest, but to emphasize particularly the  value of tourist travel to the nation,  and the duty we owe ourselves in developing our tourist* territory���������so to  speak to capitalize the scenery. -Pos������v  sibly no other country in the world  gives up to its people a greater area  of country for recreation purposes and  these great playgrounds are not confined to any particular section but are  spread from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Then/agaih from the seashore  resorts of the Atlantic and _the lower  St. Lawrence to the Pacific Coast the  Interests are so varied and so distinctly different from one another that our  Canadian people may use their vacations for years and find new scenery  and new interest annually. From  the quiet beauty of the Maritime Provinces to the more rugged scenery of  the Province of Quebec, the almost  continuous lake and river country of  Northern Ontario, the Rocky Mountains so immense, beautiful and wonderful, on to the Pacific Coast, one  cannot     imagine     without     personal  Fine To Build  Up Weight  Persons suffering From stomach  trouble and who are under weigh I find  an ever-ready friend in Tanlac." Thi:;  celebrated medicine has ended indigestion and increased the weight for  thousands of people everywhere. Mrs.  M. Sanderson, wife of a well-known  .grain buyer of 691 Anderson, Ave.,  Winnipeg, Man., says:  - S'I got so weak and run, down tlie  least bit ot" Housework was too much  for me. "I just dreaded to eat, for  iny- food would sour 'arid*keep' me i������  misery'"for hours. I gained twelve  pounds and look better and i'eel better  than I have in years."  Under nourishment is-the cause of  most cases of under, "weight. Tanlac  enables the stoinach to extract, tha  healthy nutriment . from the food,  build up the whole body and increase  the weight to normal. Millions of  people have testified to its great benefits. Get a bottle today at any good  druggist.  ..3���������3 3      1 *..,   viamu   auu    jvuvnicugr  r IAiX.tr      ex  You May Be HI To-Night  Have'You a Remedy ?  It'may be a. disordered stomach, perhaps cramps or acute indigestion. If  you have no remedy handy, you're  bound to suffer. Twenty drops of  Nerviline in sweetened water wifl  ease the pain and enable you to get a  good night's sleep. Whether tt is  Neuralgia. Sick Headache, or some  other minor ache or pain, Nerviline  can be used internally or externally  and. will be found a true friend Tor  every family. Large, 35c bottles sold  everywhere.  Company U.S. Is In  The list of absentees among the  supporters of the League (of Nations)  is ..more .easily called than the roll of  Its membership: Abyssinia, Afghanistan, Ecuador, Germany, Hungry, lee-  land. Mexico, Russia, Turkey and the  United States.���������Raymond B. Fosdick  in the Atlantic.  KEEP CHILDREN HEALTH  Seamen have observed the glow  of Rio de Janeiro, a city famed for  its brilliant illumination, 100 miles  out at sea.  It will PrevsLnt Ulcerated Throat.���������  At the first symptoms of sore throat,  which presages ulceration and inflammation, lake a spoonful of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectrie Oil. Add a little  sugar to it t.o make iL palatable. It  will allay the irritation and prevent  the ulceration ancl swelling that are  so painful. Those who were periodically subject to quinsy have thus made  themselves immune to attack.  The feminine vanity bottle was used  thousands oI" years ago. Several estimated to be 2,000 years old have been  found with mummies of Egyptian women of Ta'Hhion. The Egyptian pots  held stibium, a preparation of finely  powdered antimony with which Egyptian women of fashion darkened their  eyelids-and  pencilled  their eyebrows.  UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on  tablets, you  are not getting Aspirin nt all  Ask for Minard's and take no other  roots  paper  .in  licit  Accept on!;  Aspirin,'" Vv  physicians during  Colds  Toothache  Earache  "unbroken   pnekn^c  Riiycr  Tablets of  couiaitii Zlh\:i.r-}<~i.i~  uud  doiii.   woi\:cu  out  hy  22  years, ;in*;]   proved safe Ity m3Uiou>  for  How Times Do Change!  Walkerton Telescope resur-  an article Irom a Walkerton  printed fifteen years ago urging  |-.h������ farmers lo pledge every candidate  for Parliament lo use his vote and .hi-  fl lionet* In favor of a law prohibiting  automobiles from using the public  highways.���������Klnciirdlne Review.  Headache  Neuralgia  Lumbago  Rheumatism  Neuritis  Pain-, Pain  Handy "Bnypr" hox*������ <>t 12 t~,h\~-\.*���������\W.  \nAt\en of ������l iind 100 -Orutffttat*.  x~~.t~,~   i~   ,~~   l.r..tm   v,vir*r    4ri.fl.lfrt.ii   In   r\, n um-I.i. i   ���������.-    fliki-r   Al .| fl iittsr.ttir**   !-t   Mwmi"  x\~~.ir,~   \0   i h m   I ���������"a .I*   mirlf    i rwriif f"r*<-*l   In   ("mmm  m*ZZ.%U'iti\t*nr*l*r *it HuUr.yUr.M.lrl.      Willi'-  If.  I������  ** - ! I  tnismititftut., tt* i*~*l~l   llirt (Hililtc uii-sUinl  mUt   b*   ~mj~'t*ti'--~   with   their   U*-wti'.  ;~i~r  AI.triMfAr.t-tir.it  of  Mittstt-  ������*. nt, ias-**,   I ti'at    ~tm,iitlti   -,,*'-������it,������   .4.., ni  .mUistltttu, tl*~ TjIiIMn of Hnyxr t.iwiuttttjr  trad*    Ml I* I'It.     U������rt    "Jill if <! I     (.'I nil*."  Rub it in for Lamd Back.���������A. brisk  rubbing with Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie  Oil will relieve lame Imclc, The skin  will Immediately tibsorb tho oil nnd It  will jieneU'ale th������ Hhhuch and bring  apeecly relief. Try it and be convinced. As the liniment sinks Uk, tbe pain  (vimen out u|������������l there ure urn pie  gioundu for Buying ihui It Is an excellent  .trllcUr.  Practice Ma-k-ea Perfect  At'tiw it few yearn ot marrhigi* i������ woman can m<->������tiitly plnu a dinner party,  nut It f������ over rin evening gown or ro*  duiHjmte tlio hiHiMi" while hI������? fr" iiulO'  mtiMcully NlMHlng lit-r hiiHhami gooii'by,  n.ftt������r break Hint - lli-lt'ti  Ttotahnnrt,  ftCinirdl'i L-inlmo-M usxfttl by Phyaicnanut  ful asset we  have in "our  widespread  playgrounds and national parks.  But to make the most of these wonderful heritages, to realize the fullest  amount of profit, they must he developed. The Provincial auu Dominio.n  Governments must he keenly aliveHo  what the possibilities are. Good roads  to the wonder places and beauty spots  are essential so that the way of the  tourist "may be made easy and attractive. "  Much has been done by the railways  to    advertise    our    tourist    territory.  which has resulted in millions of dollars  being  spent in  Canada annually,  principally   by   our   neighbors   to   the  south of us, but the fringe has as yet  only    been    touched.      The    Canadian  National   Railways   have   just  opened  Jasper    Park    Lodge,.in Jasper Park,  that largest and most wonderful ol" all  our national parks. 4,100 square miles  of magnificent    mountainous    scenery.  There wild life roams unmolested and  thousands of tourists from all parts of  the    globe    will    gladly asse'mble annually when the park is fully developed with good motor    roads,    ancl    the  system -of lodges so auspiciously opened on June  15th    last    are    extended  through   the   park.       Jasper   Park   is  bul one of the many feature places to  be  developed.      Mount  Robson  Park,  just, fifty miles west from Jasper station, is another.      Aside  from Mount  Robson being the highest peak in the  Canadian Rockies,    13,068    feet),    the  park which is entirely within the province of British Columbia, is an Alpine  kingdom In itself, but until such time  as It is developed, the glory and  majesty of its scenery Is denied 1he tourist who does not    choose    to    rldo    a  cayuse.  By way_ of comparison It litis been  stated that tourist traffic in California  alone nets approximately a hundred  million dollars, a year, and the moro  Northern Pacific Coast Stales, Washington and Oregon, ndd fully half thm  amount to tho total, whereas ll. has  be&n Hatd |.iiat tourist truffle In Canada  nil told, did not net beyond ten or  twelve millions,  Again, the provinces of Nova Scotia  and New*Brunswick have all the tul-  vantueres of the State of Maine, but  comparatively Utile Iiuh boon done to  develop them. What thin development may mean In a measure can be  expressed by lhe fact that Malno last  year reaped a harvest of over $40,000,-  000 In tourist business.  Our wonderful tourist territory Is  umloubledly one of our largest nanetri,  and Kfrtutent heritages to be developed, and In the opinion of International  Irut'oller,*! who have vtal-ted us, Catuulu  poaiieHHt������H thfl fine/it aggregation of  hcvU'ci y ht Slit*? wmJ'IiA. ���������Toi'uali* Sui-  , urday Night.  To keep children healthy the bowels  must be kept regular and the stomach  sweet. Nine-tenths, of the-ailments  which afflict little ones are caused by  dei-angements of the bowels and stomach. No other medicine can equal  .Baby's'Own Tabteta in guarding either  the baby or growing child from, the  ills that follow a disordered condition  of the bowels or stomach. They are  a mild but thorough laxative and never fail to give results. Concerning  them Mrs. W. B. Coolledge, Sarnia.  Ont., says: "i have used Baby's Own  'Tablets for over,three years and have  found thehi the best; medicio si have  ever used' for my children. I never  have any trouble giving thera to jay  little ones and they have saved rae  many a doctor's bill. My. advice' to  all mothers of little ones is to keep a  box or the Tablets In the house." The  Tablets are sold by all medicine dealers or by mall at 25 Cents a box from  The Dr. ��������� Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  In the government of their Kast Indian possessions the Dutch have &  law which provides that the testimony of one white roan will be  equal to that of seven natives.  MOTHER SAVES  DAUGHTER'S  HEALTH  Lydia   E������   Pinkham's   Vegetable Compound Helped  Both mother axad  Daughter  ./   tumsden , Saskatchewan.���������-"My  mother had taken Lydia IS. Pinkham's, Vegetable Compound and when  I needed something for my .perloda I  took it and got good I'eBults. I recommend it to women with nny female  troubles and I know other women  who have heen helped hy It and do  the same."���������Maa. Max RErzraa, Luais-  dcm. Saskatchewan.  .Many cases like this come to our  notice. Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is often recommended  by the mother and the grandmother  too, for bear In mind, lt has been  helping women for nearly fifty yeara.  Women Tell Each Other  In your own nelchhorhood aro  women who know tho value of thl������  wonderful medicine Kind thoy talk to  one another about It. So If you aro  troubled with palna and irrcgularl-  ttoB, a tired fooling, nervoua and  (sleepless Bpelln, or have other annoy-  in k Bymptoms cauaod by some female  trouble, you have only to iiak gonio  neighbor what she thinks of your  taking Lydia E. PlnUhamVVegetable  Compound.  AmaHc*'*  Dor ItoiiMidleii  BOOK OM  X>OG  OIUMASlttl  ��������� li iS   How   to  Foed  Mull-Ail   Fren   to any  Add roan by tho  Author  II.   CI..AY   CH.OVlllIt  1B#  Worn   fifth  York,  V.HiA,  aamkaammxamt  w.   n.   V.   :l-i������������ 4*������������"*t  -W:  *XHI-v ILKVij������ttV CRESTON. B, C  repare  ������"011.  eal With,  le In Turkey  o-  Conslantinople.���������The     British     aro {  saiobitlzing  e\ ery    available    warship,-!  loan,   horse,   automobile,   cannon   and 1  ssfle wiih in reach o~ the trouble zone.!  They ave pieparing to deal a tremend- j  ������us blow by land, sea and air it provoked  by  me Kemalist  army,  which,  according to latest repoi'ls, is concentrating :ieveiishly   around   Ismid   and  .Chanak.   ;���������''.*���������  All the British barracks in Cpnslan-1  itnople have been evacuated, and j  troops are marching in the streets cf  the capital, which is haying a sober-  feg-effect on the exuberant Turks. The'  British soldiers *, are *.-.*��������� headed for  strategical points' on the Straits.  General headquarters has issued an  eflicial order directing the wives and  families of British officers and soldiers  to prepare to embark at once.  Transports" with British; cavalry,  feeavy artillery and supplies are arriving at Saidarpasha, on the Ismid  Railway. ���������        ������������������'."-.���������'������������������������������������ .'...  The men of the Constantinople gur- \  rison are 'constructing entrenchments  &t Scutari on the Asiatic side of the  ���������Btosphorbus, which .will be sec-bad line  ������f defence, the first being at Yarinja,  a. small railivay station between Saidarpasha and Ismid.  The    British   -police    forces in tho  capital haveibeen greatly augmented,  said   will   probably     be     assisted     by  Stench   gendarmes.       It is,.estimated  that the present total British strength  in Constantinople and the Dardanelles  'is about 16,000 men, which, when reinforcements,    now   on the way, arrive,!  7*111 be increased to nearly  75,000  et-1  :fec.tive?>v     These   forces will .be  par- j  "fiber ' strengthened hy     targe    detach- j  SBcnts Irom,the Atlantic and���������'���������Mediter*-1  ranean fleets', v  The British .^ite. enrolling Russian  refugees with military training for  '.auxiliary -vvork-,'"while Russian Kal-  aauks from Manchuria- are being recruited as horse trainers.*. It is ex-  - "Beeteil that ' eventuallv Great Britain  will have more than 100,000 men in  She disturbed area.-  Japs Are Ordered  Out Of Russia  - Chang Chun, Manchuria.���������The  conference here between Japan,  the Soviet Government of Moscow  .and the Far Eastern Republic of  Siberia appeared to have reached  a deadlock, with the Russian demand that Japan evacuate the  northern half of the island of Sak-  halien immediately. Japan refuses  to do this untihshe has been" indemnified for the massacre of  Japanese at Nikolaievsk tn 1920.  Adoiph Joffe, Envoy from Moscow, laid a flat ultimatum on the  " conference table when he notified  thre Japanese delegates that the  Moscow Government would^refuse  to sanction the proposed trade  agreement between Japan and the  ���������Far Eastern Republic so long as.  "one Japanese so Id i ar remains on  Russian soil." Joffe continued  with the declaration that . Japan  must immediately evacuate Sak-  halien  as well as Vladivostok.  VV  X_i\J JL J&XN.X'NI  ~~.~~j.~- iuKo  ���������a  I  juAiti^M Subjects I/O  XN 0 <t, %~e_~iBZlX^������ Ti.S.XiOS^JiI'ty  Within The Empire  N  May Have War  fitUSSIA WOULD  Had Adventurous Voyage  Captain and Wife Ninety-One Days On  Pacific  Victoria, B.C.���������Alter being tossed  about by ihe giant waves on the'Pacific for ninety-one days, Captain .George  "W. A. W. Waard and liis wife arrived  Bere Irom the Orient with the Chinese  iiml? Amoy. Practically one continuous storm buffeted the little ship and  twice in typhoons she lost her rudder-  Then while Captain Waard was^ guid-  iag his craft through a dense fog outside Victoria, a great black form loomed dead ahead. Captain Waard shoved the tiller hard over and the steel  Imll on a Japanese steamer passed  within four feet of the Amoy's stern.  WILL LEND MORAL SUPPORT, IF  NOT.FORCE OF ARMS  " Mascow.���������Russia intends to support  the Turks moral]}", and perhaps will  give��������� tlTem munitions if they should be  needed; but 'jl is considered .in:. Moscow as extremely unlikely that Russian  1 roops will be. sent -to assist the Kem-  alists if they attempt to take Constantinople.  While prefering the Turks to the  Aiiies as the holders of 'Constantinople, nevertheless it is understood the  Soviet leaders have -decided .. to take  no, *'.steps ���������.. which might bring them'in to  a real*;-war with Great BritHin.  The Russian staff might give advice,  either, from a. distance or on the  ground, but no troops will, be sent, it  is stated here.  ~rv  Some of the Russian leaders declare  Constantinople should be Russian, but  next to that they prefer Constantinople Turkish, but strongly influenced  from Moscow. Nevertheless, ail Russia is. i.i red of war and the. leaders are  pledged to the task of reconstruction.  Chas.   L.  Dun Cord,  Editor  and  Proprietor of-"The  News,  Oyen,  Alberta.  aiiisii koisv  Geneva.-���������The relations between  Bolivia and Chile are such that  "grave difficulties" threaten unless the finediation of a friendly  power of the arbitration of the  League Qf Nations can be.secured.  This declaration is made in a letter received by the Secretary of  the League Assembly from Alfredo Gutierrez, Bolivian delegate  to the assembly. He points out  that Bolivia has been unable to  reach an understanding with  Chile by direct negotiations regarding revision of the treaty of,  1904. ��������� ���������' * ���������  Interrupters at Sitting of Irish Parliament Are Hastily Ejected  Dublin.���������At a sitting ot the Irish  Parliament, Maud Gonne MacB.ride and  Hit.. Charlotte Despard were expelled  tiom ihe sU angers* gallerv. The expulsion was ordered because ot" their  persistant inteiruption ot the proceedings.  widow of the editor*.* of the Irish Citi-  widow ot the editoi of" the Iriish Citizen, who was executed in Dublin in  1916, interrupted ^frbin the gallerjr on  the question of prisoners, and, together with another.woman who had  joined  in   her  protest,  was   ejected.  During the  debate on-the  constitution,      Thomas ���������   Johnson,      Laborite,  raoved an  amendment    to    omit    the  preamble    and     substitute  a  declaration of  Ireland's  sovereignty,   acconi-  pani'ed_ by a statement of the right of  the Irish people  in the  future' to annul    the    treaty on due notice being  given.       Ernest    Blylhe,     Minister  of  t>oca! Government,    in    opposing    the  amendment, argued that such playing  with     words,     and     formulas     would  "only whet the appetites-of,the anfi-  treatyjtes,   who  revel  in   such'theoretical displays."  WILL WAIT FOR  COAL  Vancouver.���������"I should like to suggest that you abandon these words  'immigration' and 'emigration' In respect of tbe movement of Britishers to  the dominions," urged Major A. E.  Belcher, of London, head o������ the Empire Exhibition mission touring the  dominions, in as-speech to the Canadian Club here. "These changes or  residence are not changes of nationality. They are simply moving from  one part of their country to another.  I suggest that the word, migration be  used in future. They are still British subjects anywhere an the Empire."  Imperial unity was-declared to bv?  the keynote of the proposed exhibition  ot products of Great Britain, lhe dominions and the colonies; to! be held  in London in 1924.  Discussing land settlement, th'e  speaker- stated the dominions could  not expect to obtain efficient farm  labor1 from the Mother Country.  There <^3S employment at home foi  i more efficient farm laborers than wo  UNT..   |hare,"  he   said.       "But  a   man's   previous occupation is not necessarily a  vital factor in determining what  suc-  ���������SJenr-y Ford and his execu-, ceSs he may have in a new country.  and       "The   best   dairy   farmer. I- saw   in  out   West    Australia    was    eight months  previously a  tram conductor in Dam-  -  beth," he said.  Major Belcher said the Prince ot  Wales was taking more than a perfunctory interest in his position as  chairman of the exhibition general  committee, and was attending all  meetings and taking a lively interest  in the proceedings- He instanced  cable communications which he had'  had from His Royal Highness during  his'present-tour... -:-  FORD PLANT SHUT DOWN  PRICES EASE OFF  Detroit.  tives are working    "almost    day  night" in an effort to find  a way  of   the   Ford   Motor   Company's   coal  problems    and    the manufacturers Is  determined    to    re-opeh    his    Detroit  plants_l'At the earliest hour possible,"  it is learned.  Mr. Ford was represented1as being  unshaken in his resolve to keep his  plants closed until coal prices have  swung back to what he considers a  fair figure.  While Mr,  Ford    and    his    department  managers  were   seeking  a way  out    of    the    difficulty, the job of reopening the Ford plants    was    being  [ given    serious   'study    by the Detroit  Board of Commerce, which is" making  an effort to obtain coal for the motor  concern.      Closing "of the Ford industries has thrown approximately 25 pet-  cent,  of the  working men in   the Detroit district out of work.  Large Increase hi Wheat Acreage  London���������According to the estimates  *>f the New South Wales Government,  aays a Heuter despatch from Sydney,  the area in the state under wheat cultivation amounts this year to 3,869,000  *crefc, representing an increase of  170,1 !>0 acres over last year's total  acreage.  Determined to Enter Thrace  Constantinople.���������Hamid Bey, Ihe  Turkish representative here, informed  the Associated Press correspondent  that It was certain ihe Turkish army  -would declare war on the British if  tlie British ill tempted to in|r>tTere wiih  the movement of TurKIsh troops  across Hie Si rails lo Thrsice.  Big Increase In  Grain Movement  Reports Show Considerable Advance  On   Number of Cars  Handled  Winnipeg.���������Resumption ot large  grain shipments 'from Manitoba points  consequent on dry weather enabling  farmers to continue" thresh ing, combined with augumented receipts from  Saskatchewan and Alberta points,  brought the Canadian National Railway's movement of cars to 1,175 tin  Sept. 19 against 4.S3 on the same date  last year. *  During the present crop season,  which commenced September 1. 14,-  319 cars of grain have hefts moved.  this being a considerable advance on  the same period last season, when  10.3S8 cars were brought into Winnipeg lroni the west.  May Winter Again In Arctic  Crawford Party May Not Be Able to  Return This Season  Vancouver.���������-According to a message from Nome, Alaska, there is every  indication that Allan A. Crawford, of  Toronto, leader of the party of Canadians sent to Wrangel Island last year  by Vilhjalmur Stefansson, will have to  remain there another winter. On August H8 the power schooner, Teddy  Bear (Captain Joseph Bernard) left  Nome for Wrangel Island to bring out  the Crawford party, which had gone  there to hold the island for'Canada.  Destructive Typhoon '  Honolulu.���������Miyake Jima, one of the  seven isles or Izp, in Northeastern  Japan, has heen swept hy a typhoon,  one of the inost disastrous In th^e.Island's history, which destroyed 2,100  homes and damaged 45 vessels, according to advices from Tokio to" the  Nippo Jiji, a Japanese newspaper 1n  Honolulu.' Nine lives were reported  lost.,  Says States Should  Veterans Ready to Enlist  ' "Vancouver���������^Veterans -who served in  the Near East during the Great War  are  volunteering   here  steadily   for  a  possible contingent to Constantinople.  Some of these have    pointed    out    to  Brig.-Gen.  Victor Odium   that the  lull  in the Turkish advance is characteristic of The Turks' method, of warfare.  Local   veterans  of the  Mesopotamian  campaign expect further trouble, and  an extension of the fighting to Mesopotamia, General Odium says.  Hamilton   Man   at  Cleveland   Touches  On .Turkish  Situation  Cleveland.���������The United States  should be prepared to co-operate with  Great Britain in handling the Turkish  situation that the peace of the world  may be maintained, declared Sh: John!  Gibson, of Hamilton, Ontario, at the  110th conclave of the Supreme Council, 33rd Degree, Ancient Accepted  Scottish Rite Masonry lor the Northern Masonic jurisdiction or the United^  States.  Sir John touched upon the Turkish problem in conveying the fraternal greetings of Canadian Scottish  IIIte Masonry to the Council.  Come  North  For Game  Regina.���������Over BOO Americans came  into Saskatchewan this year to shoo*  ducks,  according   to   an   estimate   hy  Provincial Government officials.  Canadians Reach Malta Safely  Boston.���������The American Board of  Commissioners for Foreign Missions  received a cablegram from Dr. Alexander MacLachlan, of Kingston, Ont.,  President of the International College  at Smyrna, saying that he and his family were safe at Malta. The message  said that James It. Murray, of Ontario,  a member of the college faculty, was  also at Malta.  Forestry Stud not Killed  Foil .WJIIianii Out.���������-J .K. C. ftren-  nan, a forestry student, wliosie home  itt Deiseronto, Ont., and who whs working in ihe woods at Flanders, near  Fort William, wa.s instantly 'hilled by  a falling tree white culling down  timber, ,  Elevator Destroyed by Fire  Saskatoon.;���������Fire destroyed ErookJ������i  elevator at Mervin with 7,000 bushel**  of grain, half of which was wheat.  Two other elevators were saved by  the erforta of the local fire fight era  with buckets and chemicals. The  property was fully insured and the  companies that own It will start  building again immediately.  Will   Continue   Relief  Work  Geneva .---The I nl ~ mil I lona 1 Com m SI -  %4-4~ for HiiKHlim Ilelier, it was announced, Im-M decided lo continue work ;u������\-.  ���������lei* iiie liireetjon'oi^'hr. Fridtjof Man-1  wm,   of   Norway.       The   (krgunlzn.llon  will bear l>r, Nan Hen *h name, ilfi title  In Frcneh being "Aollon Nanaon."  Germany Paid Allies 10,000,000 Marks  Berlin.���������The Government, according  to the newspapers, has paid to the Allien '1*0,000,000 gold marks, as part of  ihii Im-.tallXQ-t-nl of 2*S,-100,000 due ,ta  liquidation of Germany's private pro  war debts to the Allied nationals.  i<r*ft  ,-,,        ***���������       tr'    ~ .     >  ^j^^A^rr      % '  "i 4 *\���������-  Expre&s  Messenger   Killed  Kenora, Ont.���������Ralph Flowers, roeH-  Hwnger in the employe ol" tlie Canadian  National BxpresH Company, was killed nt Hunter while trying to bouffd a.  amoving train. I  t Raids On Liquor Houses  Windsor, Ont.���������More than half n  million bottles of beer, ale and porter.  are being held by provincial authorities roUowTing a series of raids on  brewery company warehouses in and  near this city. The raids were made  under order of Hon. W. E. Haney, Attorney-General of Ontario, who  charges the companies with falling to  make proper returns of the liquor sen!  out of th'e country. *  Prominent Miner Drowned!  Nome.���������James Andrews, prominent  miner, operating gold mines between  Ciipple and Rodney Creeks, west of  Nome, was drowned while attempting  to ford Penn5' River, nine miles,Trono  here.  (S5aliy Ebiprenu (London)  $40,000 Wlnnipeo Fire  Winnipeg.���������Fire caused a loss estimated at $-10,000 1o the plant and  building of the W. J. Boyd Confectionery Company, Spence Sireet. Tht)  toss is covered by Insurance.  Died In 104th Year  Montreal.���������.Mrs.     James     Johnston  died here In her 10-lth year.    She w������a  born at Hamilton, Scotland, in .~\\i.  Schooner Wrecked  Nome, Alaska.���������Tbe cosis-twlno  schooner 01������n Is a tola! wreck on th������������  beach at Port  Surety, two miles  Hint  ol Nome,  Patronize your local Printer.      Jt Ik  poor policy to send your Job print.Injr  tesssi- ttt firm-to,       |������ dr������<������t������ nnr rwv   n**o stint*  7-���������. ��������� '"'-.* . ~   * ��������� rn-.  *r which way you look at it. pg-"       ���������-  THE  CBESTO^  REVIEW  Local and Personal  Wanted���������300 boxes of winter pears,  delivered before Oct. 12. D, W.  Dunn, Creston.  Mackinaw coats just arrived. .Let  us fit you out for the cold weather.  Prices $9.50 to $11.  X'ig-s Fob Sale���������Eight weeks,, old,  $6. Also older pigs at right price?.  G. Davie, Oanvon.  Birth���������On September SJ8Lh, to Mr.  and Mrs.   Jas. Lockhead, a daughter.  Mrs. M. J. Benninger was a visitor  with Cranbrook friends, a few days  last week, returning on Saturday.  Miss Selma Anderson of the central  telephone staff," Nelson, was a weekend visitor with Creston friends/ -  Mr. and Mrs. Walton of Proctor are  here for a fair week visit", guests of  their daughter, Mrs. W.. S.McAlpine.;  " Mrs. Forrester of Kitchener was in.  town for the fall fair, and was' the  guest of Mrs. McCreath.  Mrs. Erickson of Invermere is spend  iog the week here, with her daughter,  Mrs. Bennett. -*^.  Mr. Gaunt of Calgary started work  the latter pa/ft.of the week cutting In  the names to be shown on the soldiers'  memorial granite pillar. Given favor?  able weather foi? the work he will'have  the jofocoiopletecl .early ;next -'Syjeeky  GB9  A shipment of Jaegar All-Wool Goods from  Boys'Coat Sweaters, size 26, 3.00; size 28, 3.25; size 30, $3.50  Children's 'Sweaters  Size 20,  Size 22,  ClZrvr.    G-A  K_Fle,0 -_j-Z^  Size 26,  Size 28,  Size 30,  Size 32,  in white, saxe arid navy,  in saxe, navy and brown,  in brown, navy and saxe.  navy and brown   navy and brown    navy and brown   navy and brown   ...$1.50  ... 1.75    2,00    2.25  ..... 2.50    2.75  .... 3.00  Men's Sweaters and Sox  Men's Sweater Coats, in grey and  heather _ . ....6.00 and $ 7.50  .Men's Sleeveless Sweaters...... :....'.���������'. 5.Q0  Men's Heather Sox ...75c.  and 1.00  Men's Black Cashrnere Sox. 75c. & 1.00  Men's   Black   Sox   in  Silk   Embroidered  .���������;..:;.....:..:.������������������;. 1.25  Ladies' Hose in black, brown and heather  rniture.  Ask for an Illustrated Jaeger Catalogue and Price List  itcdruii  in  LIMITED  -J>HNV  New Styles tri AllVifearing  AT TEMPTINGLY LOW  PRICES  THE new EATON Catalogue for Fall, 1922, offer's wonderful clothing values for!-  A   men, women and children.     A mere reference   to   it   reveals   thef advantages  offered Western  Canada   through the combination   of   EATON  buyers,   EATON  factories  and   EATON   Catalogues.  With the harvest garnered, the West is looking around for������������������ike hest in wearing apparel. We offer  a selection which will, he found to meet every requirement, style, quality, variety, arid  perhaps more important still, values that will meet the critical inspection ofihc most exacting.  Use the Eaton Catalogue as Yoiir Guide  Keep it as a book of reference. Use it as a Guide in all your buying. But in  particular consult it this Fall in the selection of your clothing requirements. It "will  be greatly to your benefit.    Note the range of selections and, prices as lifted below.  For the Women  CXOTH COATS from the sedate model  in plain. Velour to a heavy, plaid-  back coat i n swagger mannish style.  Prices from 10.75 to 89.50,  SHXART, HIGHhCLASS CLOTH  COATS* fur trimmed, in Opossum,  Beaver, Brown Wolf, Coney, in light  and dark shades, and the new Seal-  ine. Molerrve, and Beaverme fur finishing*.    Priced from 16.00 to B7.S0.  rUtt COATS���������from the Marmot Coat  and Electric Seal Coat trimmed wi th  Beaver or Alaska Sable, to the Persian Lamb or Hudson Seal models.  Priced from 85.00 to 380.00.  SUITS in Vaxu ty Fair Models���������Navy,  Brown and Black being the favored  colors. In Tricotine at 35,00 S Velour  at 35.00? and All-Wool Serge at 18.78.  DRESSES in Duchess Satin. Tric.otine  and Satin. Combination. Georgette  and Canton Crepes. Priced from  10.78 to 24.80; with plainer models  in Serge, Tricotine, Poiret Twill,  etc.. ranning from as low as SUJ3 to  fine articles at 10.80.  ~~CIS UTS m -a erdiacliois of styles.  materials And color effects; in plaids,  checks, stripes and solid colors, are  priced from 2.B0 to 9.B0.  BLOUSES in many styles and color  effects, from plain Voiles ataslowas  1.00, to Crepe de Chinea ot 8.0S.  For Misses and 'Girfs  BELTED COATS with some distinctly  up-to-date mannish models. - Some  fur trimmed, others plain. Priced  at 10.00 to 37.50.  Then there is the Loose - back.  Wrappy Style in plain or fur trimmed.    Priced 9.B0 to 37.50.  DRESSES of Silica, Crepe de Chineo  and Crcpca for better wear, and  Serges, Twills and Tricotines,etc,  for school and business wear, in a  wealth of styles and colora. and  priced from B.00 to 22.00.  The range of Coats and Dresses for  Younger Misses and Girlo is complete, and for any price almost from  about 3.80 to 20.00 the young idea  can he made happy and smart in  dress or coat.  For Children  WARM   WINTER   COATS   for  the  Youngsters, in many attractive and  beautiful colors, and of reliable All-  Wool    Blanket   Cloths   and  Cloths, with very moderate  markings, from 8.08 to 9.B8.  <1������  Polo  price  CHILDREN'S DRESSES. Prices from  1.00 to it 10. Dressy little models in  Blue Serge with contrasting trimmings, American Beauty and Saxe  Blue knitted dresses; in fact, about  everything else in style, material  and quality.  For Men and Boys  SUITS for Men at from 10.B0 to 40.00t  consist of beautiful quality -goods:  for the money, and include all otylea  from the newest to the moBt conservative, in all cloths.  MEN'S and BOYSt^OVERCOATS���������  the values and materials being of  the highest standard the do thins  market has afforded fdr some years.  Almost anything you wish, from  plain cloth to beautiful Coon, at.  very low prices���������4.85 to 19.50 for  boys; 13.50 to 53.B0 for men.  The Youth nnd Smaller Boy could  not ask for better than ia offered  here in suits and coats, at jprtceo  from 3.85 to fine models at 19.50.  Is there an Eaton Catalogue in Your Home?  !������ not, a postcard������ v/ith yrs^r name and. add resin, mailed to uit, will bring one to your  door free of charge, affording you in your own home all the facilities of a great  Departmental Store, even though you be located a thousand miles distant.  hkk ou* ct.rAi.oaun por  TUB    LA.YEBT    I PI    (WILLI N-  KftV,    WHITSWIAtt    AND  BOOTS  AND  OHOttS.  -*  WINNIPEG CANADA  wm PAV SHIPPING  CHMM1GHS ON WEAIIINQ  APPAUni* QUOTED IN THIS  ADUEWTI DEMENT.  iseesxsstsis^tt^^  Miss McLean of Fernie -& a fall fair  week visitor - in Creston, the guest of  Mrs. G. Davidson Mead.  H. A Fife, ledgerkeeper at the Bank  of Commerce, is back at -work after a  two weeks' holiday at coast points.  Miss Ijyda Johnson got back on Friday from a month's holiday visit with  friends at Vancouver and Victoria..  Sam Whittaker arrived frona Kimberley on' Wednesday and is temporarily, in charge of ��������� the C.P.R.   station;  ^The October ;tnejeting of the Board  of.i Trade will be held on Tuesday  night, and a full turnout of members  is requested.  ' Fob Sale���������Bay Mare, 1300 lbs.,  good worker, price right. Also a  woman's warm brown coat, size 40,  $10.    Apply Review Office.  Lost���������At Arrow Creek. Sept. 24th,  No. 2A Ansco kodak, loaded with  Eastman filtn. Reward to party leav-  ing same at Review Office. ���������   - \P  Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cameron,'". are  spending October in Cranbrook*  where Mr. Cameron is taking a special  course of medical treatment,  QMrs, Jos. Heath of Invermere is re-  hewing/ old acquaintances in town  this week, and during hts~ stay is the  guest of her daughter, Mrs. Floyd  Rodgers.  Harvest thanksgiving services will  feature worship at Christ Church on  Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. The  edifice is -being decorated and the.  music and addresses will be appropriate for the occasion.  C. B. Garland was a Kelson yisitor  the fore part ofthe week, appearing  at the session off the high /.court in the  Cartwright case, in which the court  is called upon to. define, the partnership interests in the- Dr. Cartwright  ranch. . :   .   y:  The Ladies Guild of Christ Church  had quite a successful silver tea at; the  vicarage on Saturday afternoon, with  Mrs. Varley and Mrs. Young as hostesses, the proceeds of the tea "and  raffle of a piece of fancy work, totalling $I5:~ ~__  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, OCT. 8  CRBSTON^8and 11 a.m. and7.30 p.m.  Harvest Thanksgiving.  !5*$8SS88SS8SS8SS82S8SSSSSSSSS*^^  ��������� ���������-   * '..*������������������*���������-*������������������������������������-���������' ' . ��������� ''' - ���������  ���������    ..".''"   '  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  Notice to GontrdGtors  KASLO DISTRICT  Crestdn-Kuskanook Road  Wilds' Creek Diversion  Sealed Tenders, endorsed, "Creston.  K\iskanook Road Diversion" will be  received by the Honourable the Minister of Public Wortcs tip to noon of  Monday. Oct. 16th, 1922, for the reconstruction pf 1.38 miles of the above  road North of Duck Creek.  Plans, specifications,'contract, and  Forms of Tender ,can he seep, and  further information obtained at the  District Engineer's office. Court  Houst. Nelson, on and after Monday,  October 9th. ������������������<-..  Copies of   plans   and   specifications  can be had on payment of  a deposit of  five dollars ($5.00) which   will   be   re  funded on return of the plans, etc. in  good condition.  -' Each Tender must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque <orr a  chartered bank of Canada for a sum  equal to ten per cent of the Tender,  made payable to the Minister of Public Works. v  The cheque of the successful Tenderer will be tretnined as security for the  due and faithful performance of the  work till the satisfactory completion  of the contract.  The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted.  P. PHILIP,  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Public Works,  Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B.C. Oot. fith, 1022.  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  3 pkgs.  These are the "well- kn own  Bonner's Seedless Raisins that  have always retailed at 25c. a  package. ./"/_'_.  They -.are specially ,prgpai;ed  for family trade; recleaned and  carefully packed.  Each package contains 11 full  ounces of Raisins that equal the  best California product.  In Raisin bread, or anything;  else in which raisins are required  they have nev.er failed to give  the,highest satisfaction.  At three packages foi* the  half-dollar the careful housewife  will do her buying for the  Christmas cooking.  Service  tsnumtite  Frsees  FORD PRICES  AGAIN  REDUCED!  Effective today prices on  Ford cars delivered at  Creston are���������  Touring.  Runabout  Truck  ��������� ���������  IIIB  $733.00  688.00  . 779.50  (with Starter and Lighting  in each case.  Buy a Ford, it is lowest in  price, Lowest in maintenance*  coat lowest in depreciation,  and provides anything you  oan ask for.  ���������  ��������� ./"     '  Creston Auto * Supply  R. S, BEVAN, Prop.  RELIABLE REPAIR   WORK at  Consistent Prices  i V   n      .       11 i. *   hi    i i     11'    ���������  A well assorted stock of  Tires, Tuhes3  Accessories.  Spare Parts  > * Pipe and Pipe Fittings  AUTHORIZED' FORD SERVICE STATION  The Best Livery Service in Tawn  CRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  \ i  LtDGtATtE BROS.  PHONE &1  wWSslSE  *!!'F!"W|"*"W"'"1" ''"WKwi'M W-JN

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