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 wmmmmmm  X  SKS^f^f*.���������*  ^.���������;,***.  V        *m8L-������jB������artB  Vol. XIV.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1922  No. 37  Miss Lethwitch, who has been a vis-  : itor here with Mrs. Kemp for a couple  * of weeks, left a few days ago for "Van  couver.  Mr.^and^Mrs. W. Perciyal of Yahk  were week-en^, yisitors  with - Mr. and  -JVf rs. Dodds.  Mr. Peck returned to Edmonton'last  week, but Mrs. Peck intends spending  the month out with  her parents here.  Miss Marguerite Clark  is again attending the high school at Cranbrook,  leaving for that town about ten days  ago.  Potato harvest is in full swing in  this section at present, with the yield  averaging: at least nine tons to the  acre.  The forest fire scassn re-opened on  Saturday when a blaze was noticed i������  the Mallandaine timber on the mountain back of the Attwood ranch. A  small crew of men are on the jobTsee-  ing to it that it does not spread.  Mr. and Mrs. Bothoiuley, who are  motoring from Calgary to Longbeach,  Calif., spent a few days here last week  with the former's sister, Mrs. Geo.  Hobden. *  Mrs. ii. Kemp was   a. visitor   with  . Spokane friends a few days Jssi week,  ber son, Tony,   undergoing  a  tonsils  operation while in that city.  The hard surface road - is aboutTConri-  pleted to the co operative store,' and  XX.rx.1~.   Mi3U.I.������HO   a.1 ���������~ x-t ��������� _  ..vjixm. ar-^mvixA^j MABtanitatJ* vxt^tras uuvh 9jpi ��������� U|(������  when a nil will be made  will ship at least  year.  twenty carloads this  Members of the United Farmers are  reminded of the regular meeting _ at  the schoolhouse on Saturday.  Ted Swanson, who has been living  at Wasa and Penticton the last two  years, is back to Canyon, and will remain for the winter. Mrs. Swanson  is at present visiting with her sister at  Sirdar. v  The social season will be officially  opened on Friday night next with_a  Ladies' -Aid chicken/supper at the  schoolhouse, the proceeds to go to the  church building fund.  The ijlelightfulness 0f <3anyon~City  climate is demonstrated with a Wagner apple tree in ful! bloom on nne of  tne local ranches. Spraying operations will likely commence on it next  week.  Mrs, Kemp got back from the hospital at' Cranbrook a few days ago  where she earlier in the month underwent an operation for appendicitis.  She continues to make a satisfactory  recovery.  R. Hurl left this week for Vanguard,  Sask., to look after his property interests' in that section.  W. G. Wearihouth hits just demonstrated that tobacco can be successfully grown in the Valley. The plants  show excellent growth and are now  being cured for pipe use, /  <���������&-->'  >������_:  -���������"���������m.:J  HELP THE FALL FAIR  mummft*  and the  station.  ro  in the ravine  take a short cot to the  IJW57&   t&_MMBBB9������0  Mr. and Mrs. Agler and Mrs. Drury  and son, of Prince Albert, Sask.. who  are motoring through to Los Angeles,  Calif., to spend the. winter, were yisitors with Mrs.. McKelvey on Monday  Apples are-������ftl?2 stroBgpon tbeship*^  ping list, the exports: to date showing  just over 90 straight cars of this fruit  baying already rolled east.  Mr. and Mrs* -O. A. Hunt and Miss  Hunter of Kitchener, were week-end  visitors at the ranch here.  &i  tr~t~B~^mm  Vance Brothers are the ti rat of our  citizens to secure a supply of venison  this year. They bagged quite a fine  deer while hunting on the Huygens  place one day last week.  Mr. Helqiiist a Norweigan church  missionary from Cranbrook. was here,  last week, and held a well-attended  service in the'schoolhouse on Thursday evening.  . JS. Lasher of Glonlilly is, here on a  visit this week, looking over the property back of the Wearmouth place,  which he purchased from the Land  Settlement Board last year. As soon  as ho can sell his Glenlilly property he  will moye here to reside.  Thia year's, yield of apples Is so  heavy that the packing shed at the  siding has not sufficient capacity to  tako care of the packing and some of  the fruit is being hauled to the Union  warehouse nt Erickson. From present   appearances    Canyon    ranchers  Have YOU- Done  Your Duty to  a ourseir aoci  ���������mjr T**       ' ���������i ���������   ���������  Your Family!  E  Join the Greston and  District Fifteen Hundred  Club f  Send application to Secretary,  Croeton, B.C.  m  If red Tavlor is absent on a business  visit to Vancouver and coast points..  Miss M. Wadds of Crawford Bay  was a visitor with,, Mrs. Stace Smith  a few days last week.  Mrs. X H. Webster is slowly recoyr  .^ring^frofn.her runaway mishap of  J^CN^t^i^.|9Hq6wa3ale- to get abont  W������th theliid of ertstches.  The first-deer shot, in the Creston  section of tbe Vaiiey was got on.Saturday by J. W. Vaness.   -  Alice Siding does not take its hat  off to KiiBkaa*������ok in the matter of  seasoii-round strawberry production.  As late as last week this fruit figured  in -the menu at the Alderson (Andy  Miller) ranch.   .  Ralph Clarke, J. Vaness and Tom  Anderson are daily pilgrims to Creston these days. /They are oh the apple  packing staff ut the qew Union warehouse.  The Alice Siding potato crop is now  pretty well harvested, and although  the summer has been dry the yield  will average at least seyen tons to the  acre.'  ,  Apple picking is pretty"; well completed in this section, and all the  available storage room will be required to hold the winter varieties, much  of which will not go out until after  Christmas.  While the intake in connection  With tbis year's fall .fair waa enough  to pay the prizewinners in full, and  meet tbe other apfrual running expenses ofthe exhibition, there was  ns. surplus at all :|������ take care of the  interest payment due on the grounds  this fall.      ;       S  -   -   -    - 7f.  D������e to wet weather a,nd the consequent small attendance the directors find themselves*!. ?at least $160  short of the-atnoufht required t-o take  care of this latter debt.  To raise this amount Geo. Powell,  Cranbrook, ageait of the Singer  Sewing MachineCompany, has very  generously given" the directors a  Singer sewing machine.  This will be  raffled   at  once,   the  ���������drawing to take? -place on Saturday  evening; Oet,28th^atKorris' bakery.  after lhe picture!'show.  Baffle tickets a(re now on sale at  50 cents each, anjfl from this source  tbe directors are confident the neces  s������ry funds will- beg .derived to wipe  off this vear's debt.  No town anywhere in B.C. had a  fair that equalled Creston's 1822 exhibition. / It is ', 3?������TTR fair, and  VOUR help in this emergency will  assure a bigger ah<fbetter 1923 exhibition. J ? r J-  Buy a raffle ticket���������NOW.  jfofafi*  week. The main Lister-Oreston road  that was stumped last year has now  been graded and is in fine shape for  travelling. We understand an ap-  priation of $1000 has been expended  sn the work.  A. H. Berbhard retired from the  management of the Lister Trading  & Supply Co. store at the end of the  week, and is succeeded by John Bird  who "assumed the management on  Monday morning.  Mr. and Mrs D. Chalmers and family left last Week for Trail, where they  will make their home in future, Mr.  Chalmers having joined the smelter  staff. They were amongst, the first  settlers in Lister and have been prom-  XTV--  inent In the  will be much  of friends.  camt> iite-������M������w������**������������������*j������ni  missed by a wide circle  Although the summer has been  quite a. dry one the potato crop now  being harvested in Lister 5s the best  on record, a particularly good show-  ing'Coming from the - Filmer ranch,  where-from 200 pounds of seed sown a  yield of 2400 pounds of spuds is report-  ed. John -Huscroft is- about the most  extensive potato grower; with a total  crop estimated at 50 tons/  A %+orrectton-  In connection with the heated car  freight service the Review is asked to  correct a. wrong impression that seems  to have gotten abroad.  Sfpdms*  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cameron left at  the first of the week by auto for a  week's visit with friends in Cranbrook.  Miss Myrtle Goodman is also a visitor with Cranbrook friends at present.  Mr. and Mrs. Sid McCabe left this  week for Spokane, where they will  visit with Sid's brother, who is in business in that city, and will be away a  couple of weeks.  Mr. and Mrs. R> Dennes and son,  Dick, are back from a two weeks' holiday visit with friends at coast points.  Walter Boyd is now in charge ofthe  yard engine, replacing Mr   Neil, who  slssS gOuc  vS    CfaauuPGyk    suu    ������S    ilOW  running out of the divisional ffity.  The different ranchers in the Sirdar  area are still heavy apple shippers to  prairie pointSs Messrs. North, Pascuz*  zo, Mannerino and Cherbo having tbe  heaviest crop on record.  y_ ��������� . . -  - Sirdar Ladies' Guild had a very successful tea, pound social, and a raffle  of a quilt on Friday afternoon, with  100 raffle tickets disposed of. The  lucky ticket was held by Mr. McFad-  den, master mechanic of Cranbrook,  who gave it back to the Guild, and  the ladies presented it to Mrs/ Varley.  Miss Schss.-St v~Z Rosslauti, the new  principal of Sirdar school, took charge  os Monday.  Miss Murray of Rossland, who has  Heen substituting at the school since  Women's Institute  -.. -���������' *#-  Tberc was quite a good turnout of  members of the Women's Institute fo?  the October meeting on Friday afternoon, the chief feature of which was a  talk on the "Origin of Music" given  by Mra Mallandaine, and at which It  was decided that the. next monthly  meeting will bo held a week later than  usual���������oh November 17tb���������and will be  held in the Parish Hall, as there will  bc some mimic to vary proceedings,  At tblojmcctlng there will be a sale of  somb very useful and prptty bags for  _he: benolTt of the Institute treasury.  Tho Institute have appropriated tho  evening of November 10th, when  there will be a whist driye storting at  8 o'clock in tho Parish Hall, and after  supper there will bo olthor a dance or  moro novel ont ot tain ment if the per.  fonnanco can bo secured for that  night. Institute members are tskeel  to bring refreshments in the form of a  dozen sandwiches and a cake, so aa to  ensure a aufttclcnt quantity of ouch.  Those bringing lunch will bo charged  only 50 cents, with the general lulimto-  oion at 75 cents*   Prices will  be given  the Intl-*** ami **n>#>n*-.  0 .S       ' '    "*  scores.  .l���������ilmify   v.xvr  mxt^iiAXi^lA.  Jack Johnston Is home for a week  from the Continental' mine at Port-  hill, where he is now working.  BiRTH-^On Oct,_712th, to Mr. and  Mrs. Horac* *^right, a daughter.  Mrs. Rowbury ;g-ot back last, week  from Cranbrook, where she had been  for a. coupie of. we������s. ^  -- Rev. G. Kn'osc w^^here_op;^������nday  aaSoming---F6r' tfe^'ro^asj^Stly-^^snited  church serviaie. The ladie*01- aid-^at  Canyon are having1 a .chicken, supper  on the evening of the 27th, and a  number from here are planning-to attend. ' -j -  Roadmaking operations have been  in full swing here for the past five  wewks came to a stop at the end-of the  From reading last week*a notice it | its .opening in September, left for her  might be inferred that the C.P.R.  would nob ship perishables by freight  except in a heated car. '  Provided the shipper prepays the  freight, and accepts full responsibility  fur the goods, reaching destination in  right shape.-fehe railway will transport  fruit, vegetables, etc.. in . the ss  way any day fipeigh&is moving.   ;���������  "si-  nai  HELP THE FALL FAIR!  of a  g  Machine  Donated by Gv POWELL, Agjnfc,  Cranbrook.    To be drawn for  BAT0RDAY^OCm   28tli, ot  Not-aia*  Bnkory after the pict-  tur-e show.  T W~ti** MJT C TT1 C.  50c.  ��������� \  SALE  AT  TICKETS ON  W. V. JaokRon.  R. Wolmel������y.  Bank of CommGroo.  Imped al Bank.  P, Burntt & Co. shop.  Review Ofllce,  Go-Operative Store,  Ei'ioksonl  E. Lu!n������ston, Lfoter.  W. H, Holder, Erioknou.  Monrad Wiflon, WynndoU  Mdchinc on view and Tic hefts  to he had at Bevanis Garage.  BUY EARLY AND OFTEN!  . Manager Constable^ of .the ^Frultj  Growers Union Has Just been advised  that a car of Christmas presentation  apples is to:.be.shipped from Vernon  the flrst of next month, and that resi-]  dents of the Valley- who wish to re  member Old Country friends with  apples nan freight their own ; fruit to  Vernon and on payment of the $2.50  overseas carrying charge the applrs  will go forward without'further vx  pense. shippers being requested to  haye alt boxes strapped and plainly  marked with the name of the party  the fruit Is going to. Delicious at  $2.50 a box are available at Vernon  ready to be placed in car. with Spy,  Spitz, Winter Bana na, Wincsap. and  Yellow New tyn at $2, and Mcintosh,  Jonathan and similar varieties at  $1.75. All information concerning  thin car can be had by calling at Cres-  tonTmlfc Growers Union office.  home on Monday. During* her short  stay she made herself quite popular  with many of the citizens who weie  rather sorry to see her depart.  Mrs. Jbn-es was in from Kuskarook  for the Guild social on -Friday, and  was here for the harvest thanksgiving  service on Sunday evening.  lZ The harvest- thantcsgiving service 6~x  "*     ^* mi' *** ~        ' - fr m *��������� - "W  |v^h: the scfaqoihtiuse-xiiost. ^ppropri-  at^jTdocorated- TOit*bL.-v^jetab2ea, -fruit  and flowers.- The vicar. Rev. H. Var-  [ ley of Creston delivered an appropriate -address and the music .was in  keeping with the occasion. Mrs. Varley accompanied the yicar on his trip.  C. M*. Goodman had th<* misfortune  to lose a valuable Jersey cow on  Monday. The aniuial had been sick  for oniy a few days, and as a milk producer could not he exceLed in this  part of the country. *  Timely Thougdtfulness  Rey. H. Varley very fully appreciates the practical thoaphtfulness of  the people of Sirdar, who made him  the recipient of all the garden and orchard products used for decorative  purposes at the harvest thanksgiving  .service In thnt town on Sunday night.  In addition lie wjib presented with a  generous lot of pantry commodities  that came in at tho G ulld social the  day previous, and whioh also formed  part of thf church decorations Mrs.  Varley was suitably remembered hy  the Guild who pr, sen ted her with a  quilt whioh had \mmt raifiltxl at the social and returned ten the Guild by the  winner. Population considered Sirdar hua tlio most active lot of church  people En the whole V-b-lley���������both  workers and contributors.  HS  Chicken Sapper at Cany on  The Ladies' Aid of Canyon City will  hold a chicken supper and entertain-  #ent on ..Friday, October 27th. Sup-  ir will be served at % p.m. prompt  and concert to start at 0. Admission  to supper and entertainment 75 cents  to adults, nnd 25 cents to children of  school age. Children under school  age. free. Proceeds in aid of church  building. *  Royal Household Flotir ia going strong  My uvinhhorti say %wM not be long  Till every lady in fclio land  Bakes with Royal Household brand.  This wondrous flour Is truly great,  Toothsome,    wholesome,    cVan   and  light*  Sold to the world oev the Soycn Seie���������  High tribute to th*** OgU vlo's.  This flour nmrkfl  the- highest ������oore���������  Ho lady then could aek for more*  And for another week 111 try"  fj|"o> Bell thin Wour for UKI.WO.  ���������T. .M. BDMOrTDSON.  Something New  All the Time  Vatiety Features our _  Confectionery  Remember we serve tho  beat only in  Beverages  Ice Cream  %^~~\oco*ates  Home Made Candies  Just received a at-ock of  Fry's Chocolate Bars  ton 2STis'5u:rsga  P:  uri-iKwailargitiByi niurr) S3S
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Should Follow This Advice
Perse*, erance and.^jwill. power he
(���should have, but ^ whether lie has
strength and vigor is another question.
Hard working men oiten have headaches and suffer Irom bilious fits. The
occasional use of Dr. Hamilton's Pills
keeps a man feeling fit and fine, keeps
him always at his hest. Headaches,
indigestion, poor color are quiekly
remedied by Dr. -Hamilton's Pills. Dr.
Hamilton's Pills keep the system
clean and pure, tone up the blood,
drive away tiredness and lassitude.
No medicine for men is better than
"Dr. Hamilton's Pills, 25c, all dealers
or The Cararrhozone Co., Montreal.
CANADA
BUN OR
    BY	
MARSDEN
ELIOT
Published  by  Special  Arrangement
with the Author
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(Cominued)
XX.
Bar B Kaneh,
September 19th, 19���.
I went to church on. Sunday, for the
first time since f left Winnipeg. It
was a beautiful morning, and at breakfast Mrs. Bingham suggested that we
should all go to evening service at
the Indian Mission on the Reserve,
twelve miles away. Ever since coming here I have wished to-visit the Reserve, so 1 was greatly pleased when
Mr. Bingham and Mr. Livingstone fell
in  with Mrs. Bingham's proposal.
We had luncheon early, for we wished to be at the Mission in time to call
on some ol the Indian celebrities before tea, as the service was directly
afterwards.
Half-way between the Bar B and
the Mission we came to the "dip," and
I got out to see it, with Mr. Livingstone as showman. I don't suppose
you know what a "dip" is, so I shall
describe it as best I can.
At first I thought that the wooden
structure I saw was a bridge. It. certainly looked like one, but why build
a bridge over dry land? And why j
build it so narrow? To add to my
mystification, when I reached**the end
of the sloping approach I found myself
looking down, into a reservoir full of
water. Mr. Livingstone evidently enjoyed niy astonishment���*I believe he
would have e.-,."oyed it even had I fallen into the water���and after waiting
In vain for m? to speak and display
my igv.or-mce, 1-.~ told me quite seriously ihr.t most of the Bar B cattle
were .shipped to England, and that the
British authorities would not allow
them to land until assured that they
had been given a bath! I refused to
laugh, so he finally told me that.ranchers were compelled by law to "dip"
their cattle in an antiseptic solution
before shipping them, this to prevent
the spread of mange or other simitar
diseases. The cattle are driven up
ihe approach, and when they come to
and reservoir are too narrow for them !
to turn in. There is a gradually
sloping floor in the reservoir, and before they know > what is happening Lo
them the bewildered cattle find themselves in water-too deep,to wade in,
and are'therefore forced���to swim. In
this way the chemically*^treated water
covers them all but their heads. Quite
clever, is it not-?-- " And"wouldn't lt be
a perfectly lovely way to bathe refractory small boys?
A hill around which the rpad winds
hid us from the Mission until we "were
within half a mile of it. To my sur-,
prise, the many buildings connected
with the Agency and the Mission mado
a good-sized village, an'd���to ray
greater surprise���a- very picturesque
one. They are situated in a fan-
shaped hollow amidst the hills, are all
painted white, and���greatest surprise
oE all���are surrounded by trees and
gardens.
We drove directly to the residence
of the Indian Agent. ' His wife, a
friendly little woman of forty or so,
met us with a hearty welcome. In
five minutes she was calling me "my
dear," and telling me how lonely she
found life, on the Reserve. - She was
a governess, so Mrs. Bingham tells
me, who came out from England to
teach the children of the man who
owned the ranch where Mr. Paget
now lives���and within a year she married the Indian Agent! Single wo-
j men-in Alberta have need to be wary
indeed.
By the way, an Indian Agent is not
an Indian agent. He is the man appointed by the Government to look after, the temporal affairs of the Indians,*-
and is usually���this may be merely
scandal���a person o*f firmly rooted political convictions in favour of the ruling party.
At the-first opportunity Mrs. Bingham told MrSj Davidson, our hostess,
that I wanted to see "some real Inr
dians," but it was not until after we
had promised to return for tea that
Mrs. Davidson would let us go.. Mr.
Livingstone came with Mrs. Bingham
and me, and Mr. Bingham and Sunny
stayed with the Davidsons. Mr.
Bingham does not enjoy "wandering
around like a party of Cook's tourists."
The largest of the Mission buildings
is the school. Itwould need to he
large, for there are; nearly a-hundred
children in attendance.
As "real Indians", the children were.
V04- i l-i ct   t'ivv.rtv-i-rtt-tv-rt t*i*n rr '-'    TVio  Virwc   TV *���***�� CkT
1^^"-'*        00-mrx-^r Jrxrr-L0. ��� tS .  .w      ���~0   ��� ���'   ���	
smart dark blue uniforms. The gills,
too, are ail dressed alike, though not
to as good advantage as the boys; but
the feminine love ��� of adornment finds
expression in hair-ribbons of eyery
colour of the rainbow and a few never
r.mS5~~i
tfeap Them Growing f
Children' ythoyfae over-thin,W
listless or delicate, should take 3
Scott's Emulsion
regularly every day as an
aid to growth and sturdiness. 8
Nothing- surpasses Scott's ��
Emulsion as a tonic-nutri-M
erit far a child"of any age. 1
Sc<jtt &Bqttm,Tor.onto, Ont.    . -���- 20���06^
Divided   By   Earthquakes
"How is the earth divided?" asked
the teacher of the class.
"By   earthquakes," replied  one -"boy
promptly;  ajatil the teacher passed on
quickly to another scholar.
A Household Medicine.���They that
are acquainted with the sterling properties ol Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil in
the treatment of many ailments would
not be without it in the house. It is
truly a household medicine and as It
is^effective in dealing with many ordinary complaints It is an inexpensive
medicine. So, keep it at hand, as the
call for it may come most unexpectedly.
.-
Alberta Coat for Quebec
The longest distance that Alberta
coal has been shipped was recorded
at Edmonton when a local colliery
company forwarded a carload of egg
coal .to Levis, Quebec. ...
MOTHER!
ji -*~r*JLt
Child's Bowels Need
"California Fig Syrup"
seen in any rainbow. The girls'are
not at all pretty, but they have, very
sweet voices, and a half-shy manner
that is altogether charming. All the
children go to school half of each day.
During the other half-day the boys are
taught carpentering and farming, and
the girls learn to cook and sew and
"keep house" generally. They all
seemed to be as healthy and happy-as
children could well be.
A deaconess with a sanctimonious
way of talking, and an unsanctimoni-
ous way of looking at Mr. Livingstone,
showed us the school. I detest goody-
goody people. She is young arid not
by any means plain, and I suppose
her enthusiasm to be of some use to
suffering humanity is beginning T.o
grow cold. But I really do not think
that she should waste her.arts on Mr.
Livingstone;   he  is   scarcely  the  sort
Livestock Receipts At - i
The Leading Markets
H-eavy;;.Increase   Sfi-own    In    Western
\:\"       ^Shipments <*?/Livestock
-According   ;to --the Dominion Livestock Branch weekly report, some of
the principal livestock markets of the
Dominion show considerable decreases
_in cattle receipts from the first of the
year to  early in" September,  as  compared   with   the   receipts ' during   the
same period of last 3-ear.    The important yards  at  St. Boniface,  Manitoba,
however,     is    reported    as-  showing
heavy increases, the.numbers marketed during the present year to.date as
..compared with.last year being greater
by  .7,000   head,, when   compared   with
offering^ of the.,same period  of 1921.
���The increases In cattle marketings in
the  western provinces are duplicated
by the calf, sheep and hog marketings
and   more   than  offset  any   decreases
in marketings in    the    eastern    provinces.      The result is that the com Din-.
ed recerpTs*'-at all yards in the Dominion  ai*e  in  every  class  in   excess  of
those of the same period of last year.
The   Toronto   and   Montreal   markets
are behind in cattia receipts, Montreal
is off in calves and Toronto in sheep,
but the combined receipts to September 7rtli at Toronto, Montreal^ Winnipeg, Calgary_and Edmonton, as  conv*
. pared; with; the receipts of the same
period   last yeaii- are:   451.5&7  cattle,
against   :; 377,62Q;.,...1^6,476 -    calves,
against 138,200;'' 510*953 hogs-against
403,777;   and   253,4*67    sheep,    against
239,461.      . Z,.-"'i. ���  ' ^y
Top prices oil September 14tli show
as 2Eye to 75c per hundredweight lower on cattle than oh the same'date of
-1921, excepting, at Calgary -where the
market appeared- to he 25c stronger.
Calves showed a relatively sharp decline. Hogs were higher at Toronto
and Montreal .but lower at Winnipeg,
Calgary and Edmonton. The prices
on choice sheep and lambs were higher atfalllikarkcts excepting Winnipeg,
where the quotations for lambs, were
on a somewhat weak "basis.
gMWSJfWWS
Specialist,   chsuegect $13$    a
week.  $1 worth of Zam-Buk
Saved Hei% Leg.
*��� I had only one week of the ' special'
course of bad leg treatment supplied in
my ow n city, and i t cost me $13J m coarse
ointments. It was simply money thrown
away." writes Mrs. James Elsworth,
90*2, Selkirk Ave , Winnipeg.
" The ulcers first appeared on my left
'ankle, and they spread hojn the top of
my foot ap to the kn<ee^ -Laid up in bed
helpless with pain, I was.treated by five
different ^doctors. I persevered with
their lotions and ointments until 1 felt
positive there could be no pure.
��� " Then one day I was brought a sample of Zam-buk. Even this small
quantity was decidedly soothing, and it
encouraged me to get a supply from the
druggist. Perseverance with Zam-buk
proved wonderfully ' and thoroughCy
effective. The irritation and the pain
were speedily subdued ; the ulcers were
thoroughly cleansed of poisonous matter
and the leg permanently healed.'*
Zam-buk,   the   magic   herbal    balm.
is equally  good Jor eczema, ringworm.
poisoned      wounds.      pimples.      boils.
-Abscesses, piles, cuts, burns, scalds and
All skin injuries. '  50c. all dealers.
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Hurry, mother!' Even a sick child
loves, the "fruity" taste of "California
Fig Syrup" and it never fails to open
the bowels. A teaspoonful today may
prevent a sick child tomorrow. If constipated, bilious, feverish, fretful, has
cold, colic, or if stomach is sour,
tongue coated, breath bad, remember
a good cleansing of the little bowels
is often all that is necessary.
Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has directions for babies and children of all
ages printed on bottle. Mother! You
must say ������California" or you may get
an imitation fig syrup.
Decrease in Debt of Dominion
A further decrease! in the net debt
of Canada amounting to almost five
million dollars, is shown In the statement for August Issued by the 'Finance Department. / ���The-net debt August 31 wasi $2,387,57632S5, as .compared with $2,392,5.12,62S. at the end' of
July.* :...
Honey Production in Manitoba
Within the past two "years -Manitoba?
has developed-pi*����ticall�� a new Indus-.;
try In beekeeping, which this year wiii:
bring to the province    a"   revenue    of
$400-,000,   according   to   the   provincial
apiarist Floyd.*      Next ^yeaiv declarers
this .official, if the    present    development continues, this  Qgure    will-    be
doubled.
keepers in
000,000 pounds of honey this year.
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Manitoba have produced. 2,- **��������*���>��������""tt**"*�����-��������������..,***.,,..t.
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Headaches Gone
Perhaps you can imagine what
this means to one who had suffered
terribly   with   headaches   for   ten
years.
Read about it >n this latter.
Mrs. Tena A. Smith. Country
Harbor Cross Roads, N. S.,
writes:
tnewd
f��*>l thai if -.nycitii. ~~n recam-
Dr. Ch***'�� w��licinet 1 certainly
���can. I uirfered for ten yeaf* httw
tt-yer*. Wadaeh**, ~ntl *lthouRh 1 loot
��� 11 kind* of headache po-mtirrt they
jiHl relieved me at the time. 1 became
very nervon* and nm-down, and every-
itiinft iremed to trouble me* I have
tatn-ii eighteen bote* of Dr. Chase't
Nerve Food and it ban made mn entirely new person of rne, E felt that
I <oul��l not have lived withou! it. I
do not Ivuve one headache now for
rv-r.y h u I nl rr.'. . u:<*(! tf, ..6.'.-, tr.-" vr.y
nerve* are ^o*A ts*t\ ��lr-o��a, 1 ju-��t
weighed 109 pound* v.}.��o I Le-g&n
u*in-8 Dr. Chaae'r. Nerve Food, and
now I weigh 121. Knowing what thi*
treatment h*�� ��!one for me, I cntict
loo highly  recommend   it  to others."
Dr. Chase, * N*rve Food.  50c
a box, all dealers, or Edmamon,
r> .. 000  tirfr.       \   iry*r*r\    ""(Tnenntoi.
type or women. Of course one never
knows; he may like to be purred over.
I was rather glad to get away irom
her; she rubbed me the wrong way
until 1 felt like contradicting everything she said, even M she. expressed
what, had been my own opinion a moment before.
Once    outside    again    we    walked
mound the gardens and looked at the
oui side  ot:  the  other  buildings,  they,
of course, being closed for the day.
And then we riiatle two calls.
The first celebrity to whom 1  psiid
my   respects  was  a  dear old  lady--l
\\i*e   "lady"   advisedly���"who   is  'called
ISUen Prince ol' Wales.     ghe had  an-
ol her surname  once,  but''upon learning that she was of. the same age as
ihe late King Edward, she changed to
the   more   distinguished title.      With
her son and his wife and children she
had  come   to  spend   the week-end   at
���the Mission.      Their tent was pitched
just outside the school rence.
TCHpti and Mra. Bingham are fast
friends, ko I hfitl little fo do but listen
ro them and keep the dogs from carrying me off bodily. Lilte all self re-
sprcting Indians, "Ellen's son fvavels
with n retinue of dogs of all ag��s and
sizes. 1 counted nine and then gave
up���of course Borne of them may havc
her>n visitors.
(To be continufld)
Women seldom jnean the pleasant
things they say to other women or
the unpleasant things they say-about
���men. . ' vf?   '   yZii      ZZ
Automobile Export Trad-e
About thirty-lour per cent.Af the
automobiles now being used in India
are made , In Canada,' according -1o a
report from H. A-. Ch Is holm. Owing
to the British pi'eferential tariff Canada is i^apidly becoming the centre for
the export of motor vehicles, and each
year sees njiw companies from lhe
United   States   establishing  plants   in,
Canada to
business.
take   care  of their export.
will ,,**..** pi
Instantly! Stomach corrected! You
never Eeel the s 1 ightest distress from
indigestion . or. "a sour, acid, gassy
stomach, after you eat/ a tablet of
"Pape's Diapepsin." The moment it
reaches the stomach all sourness, flatulence, heartburn, gstses;, palpitation,
and pain disappear! Druggists guarantee each package to correct digestion at vonce. End your stomach
trouble f6r a feAV cents.
London's, women, police cost the
city $150,000. a year, although they
have   no  real   authority   to  make   ar-
reRls.
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BiltlHii ColurnhSa are now woiitliiK.
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MVERY man or woman who hne come to depend upon th��
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the Joy "Ofjivinjr���the priceless lbleiiiiiwg 6\t Tbovindin-f t spontoneoluw,' .���'*'*
jrwj^ur-o/health*.
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through your veins and arteries. ThouBande of ��\iff����ri from th#
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Poatum���the hetthhfulcer col Average made from ro����led wheat.
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A^i��viW���m����JW��*����jIw^^ M  '^.  G!L LIGHT BEATS  LLLUinil/  KJTl  ���������010  UftO  BURNS  94^.   AIR  A new oil lamp that'gives an. amazingly brilliant, solt,-white light, even  better thsp gas ore!ectficItyr has been  tested by the U.S. Government and 35  leading universities, andi found to be  .superior to 10 ordinary oil lamps. tt  burns wiOiout odor, smoke or noise���������  no pumping up, is simple, clean, safe.  Burns &4 per cent, air and 6 per cent,  ���������common kerosene (coal-oil).  The inventor,. T. V. Johnson, 579.Mc-  Dermot Ave., Winnipeg,'is offering to  ���������send a larnp ,6n 10. days' FREE trial,  or even to 'give "one FREE to the first  user in each locality'who will "help hina  introduce It. 7Wrile him to.day 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.- .  HAPPENINGS  R1EFLYTQLD  Canada-U.S. Treaty Ready  'l-^g&fSt.  $$i'^-  y. ZZ* - \.vj'  pi^ii^i^mii*^  ''������������������Dyif?**'^     '-������*.     ������-r  ot  the  vvuiful   -Or    i_gtxc  Wood3 Levels   ""  The    proposed,   treaty between tbe  United   States "and   Canada  providing  for control of the levels of the Lake of  ihe- Woods  will  in  alt probability  be  ���������widened' to  include  Rainy River  and  'Rainy Lake, as"a result of thff rouni  table conference J?et*ween representatives of the interested groups held at  :Ottawa in ihe Prinie" Minister's office  .recently.      The  conference has - been  adjourned until November 15, when, it  is hoped final arrangements for settlement of the difficulties will be m,ade."  At the conclusion, of the conference  the Prime  Minister intimated  that  a  tentative' treaty  had    heen    drafted,  whieh   he    thought    would satisfy all  -those interested.  THAT DRY G0DGH  IS BRONCHITIS  The Government of India has removed all restrictions on the export ol  wheat and other grains" which have  been enforced'since 1915.  On Oct.. 3: tiie Parliament at Dublin  * passed by a large majority the' clause  of the new Irish constitution containing the oath of allegiance.",  ��������� All possible co-operation will be given by the Provincial Government in  the settling of prospective Dutch farrn-  ers-in Alberta.   -- ~~  Members on the'���������Vancouver. Trades  and Labor Council unanimously passed a resolution calling upon the"  Trades and Labor Congress of Canada to adopt an attitude of opposition  to war.  The Cabinet has authorized .the Italian delegation to the Geneva^ conference to accept the proposal before the  League of Nations regarding a loan to  Austria, this signifying, ��������� Italy's parti-  ��������� cipation in;the loan. ���������'-' i"-- i���������-'��������� ���������     .���������������������������"������������������'"  Hon. Charles ��������� Siurniiv*'- Po*=iriiustsr-  treneral, received the first parcel sent  C.'O.D. by the service inaugurated recently. It was "a large baske i j>E roses^  the gift of the conference of Dominion  Postal- Officials. ;:rThe carrier, in delivering the parcel, graA^ely collected 7  cents from Mr."* Murphy to cover the  presumed cost.  If neglected, It will weaken the  .throat and perhaps reach the lunijs.  Nothing surer to help you quickly than  the healing soothing vapor of Catarrhozone. Its action is magical, every  congested spot is healed, irritation is  sodttiered away, phlegm and secretion  are cleaned'-out, "all '.'symptom's of weak  throat, Catarrh, Bronchitis disappear.  Catarrhozone is a genuine, scientific  -preparation. Sold everywhere - in  three sizes-, 25c, 50c and .one dollar  for a complete two months treatment.  Prepared by the Catarrhozone Co.,  Montreal.  315,000 Visitors Saw The Passion Play  Some 315,000 visitors witnessed the  Passion Play this season. The gross  receipts of the play itself were some  20,000,000 marks, the sale of books  and souvenirs netting another 4,000,*-  000 marks. . Iu addition, other millions were spent in the village shops  and restaurants.  ri4liSi^F^i^i&fei^b  Trusting to Luck  Reports Show Motorists Are Careless  at Grade Crossings  Railroad companies of the United  States made observations at 300 unprotected grade crossing on jFuly lo  and 36. There were more than 306,-  000 automobiles passed over these  crossings, and the observers reported  that 156,607 drivers failed to look In  either direction. Most of them, however, slowed down to less than twenty  miles, a .proportion, looked in one  direction, but not in the other, and a  few, a very few, stopped be fore.-.crossing the tracks. ������������������There are still*;many  motorists who trust to,luck.  Marketing Education  University of Saskatchewan  Students  To  Write a Thesis  o>n   Marketing  Mr. "W. Waldron, Acting Commissioner" of Co-operation and Markets, is  pleased to learn from Professor Swanson, Professor of Economics at the  University of Saskatchewan, that a  part of the course for" his students is  to be the writing "of a thesis on marketing, "the nlajor part'of which is to  be devoted to co-operative marketing.  Marketing education, in two words,  forms one of tha main lines of activity of the Co-operation and Markets  Branch, so that anything which tends  to the- increase of knowledge along  these lines must make Jor the g^eat  ultimate  advantage  of the  producers.  Says It Mad a A  son  Of Her  BEAUTY OF THE SKIN  is tbe natural dcairo of'���������'���������'������very wdtnan,  and is obtulwablo hy .tho ��������� naoof Dr.  Chase's Ointment, Piinplo&rbttu&ueada,  roughness and redness of -fin������ skin,  irritation and o-ezoma disappear, and  tlu> slun la loft ROft. Bmooth antt velvety.  All tlualors. or Edmonson, Bates <fc Co.,  Iii tii I tod, Torbpto. -Sample fwe il yon  moabiou this paper, -  Do not allow worms to sap the vitality of yourchildren. If not attended  t6i worms: may.work irreparable harm  to the constitution of the.infant. The  little -sufferers/ cannot voicfe their ailment, but there are many -signs by  which mothers are made aware that  a ..dose of- Miller-'s, Worm Powders is  necessary. These powders act quickly and will expel worms-from the system without anv inconvenience to the  child.   ���������  MOTHER'S DUTY  TQ HER DAUGHTER  Dye   Blouse  Or  . Baby's  Coat In  Diamond Dyes  "Diamond Dyes" add years of wear  to worn, faded skirts, waists, coats,  stockings, sweaters, coverings, hangings, draperies, everything. Every  package contains directions so simple  any woman can put hew, rich, fadeless color Into her worn garments or  draperies even if she has never dyed  before. Just buy Diamond Dyes���������no  other kind���������then your material will  come out right; because Diamond Dyes  are guaranteed not to streak, spot,  fade, or ��������� run'.'- Tell your druggist  whether the material you wish fo dye  is wool or silk, or whether it isMinen,  cotton or mixed goods. ~~  Dairy Products From  --*-.- Canada to Britain  Canada Exported 1,646 Tons of Butter  <md 58,674 Tons of Cheas-e  Statistics published in the News  Letter of 1he"Doniinioii Dairy and Cold  Storage Branch show that Canada exported to Britain during the year ending June 30th last, 3.6J6 tons of butter and 5S,<i7-4- tons of cheese. " Exports of butter tQ the .Mother', Country  from Australia, New Zealand, Denmark atid the Argentine all exceed  Canada's, exports-in .quantity, but New  Zealand alone exceeds.*.,otrirexpprts in  cheese. ��������� In the m'orit li , of .July, this  year. Canada's exports of butter to  the United Kingdom were 44,964 long  hundredweights compared with 2,317  hundredweights in the corresponding  . month last year and 907 hundred-.*  weight, the year before. The. export  of cheese fell off considerably ,being  139.S6S hundredweight compared with  21-I.5RS hundredweight tit July last  year. *   "  Health    Must' be    6iia������|ed    as    She  Comes to-Wornanhood  .Every mother..who calls to mind her  own girlhood knows'how urgently her  daughter is likely to need health and  strength during the    years    between  1 early*school days and womanhood. -It  ' Is then that growing girls droop and  become bloodless and nervous: Nature  1 is calling tor.more nourishment titan  1 the   blood   can.   supply,   and   signs   of  1 distress are plainly    evident    in   dull  ' eyes, pallid cheeks, weak and aching  backs  and a dislike  for propei-  food.  These  signs, mean rthat  the  blood is  weak    and    watery..     The    watchful  mother takes prompt/.'steps to give her  girl  the  new,   rich..<blood   her system  calls for by giving her Dr. Williams'  Pink  Pills.       No   other medicine  has  ever succeeded  like them and  thousands of mothers    have   .proved    their  worth.       Mrs. -W.  H.   Mclntyre,   Gan-  anoque,   Ont., 'tells   what   these   pills  -have done for both   herself   and   her  daughters.      She says:���������"I hare used'  Dr. - Williams'    Pink Pills   for many  years, especially in times ������f weakness  and  general debility, and  have found  them   a    most    satisfactory medicine.  After    a    severe attack pi" "influenza 1  found myself in a   nervous    condition  ahd    resorted -to my, old tonic���������-Pink  Pills���������and   they   did   not. fall  hie.       I  also gave them to my eldest daughter,  who was in a serious condition due to  ailmentsvof girls of her age.    She complained of headaches   and   backaches,  and would often grow hysterical.    She  began taking the pills and   was    soon  ,-on the road to health again.    She never complains now    of    headaches    or  backaches,   and   I   give  the   credit  to  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.      Whenever  I see any of my children ailing or in  need   of a   blood   tonic,   I   give   them  these  pills and  always with the best  results."  You can get'these pills through any  dealer In medicine or by mail at 50  cents a box or six boxes for $2.50  from The Dr, Williams' Medicine Co.',  Brockville, Ont.  Hen Establishes World Record  A world record for. egg-lay ing has  been established at Ottawa. At least  this -is the belief of Experimental  Farm officials. Up to September 20  last, a White Leghorn had laid .107  eggs in as many days or consecutively  every day for 15 weeks.  "Since riiave bcen taking TajTac 1  not only feel better in every v.,s*. ?-*,-*n  I am gaining weight rig-lit along." declared Mrs. Mary GiUctL**, itt Tl.ii-.-l  Ave.. Calgary, Alberta.  "^For two or three  years I   sufc'eiv.l  from a  bad  case of indigo??iop  ?n-i   1  terribly   nervous,   run-dowa   for>ii;-i u.  I fell off from a hundred and  t7.v.:i,*.-  . pounds to only a hundred and fivo. -..nil  i my nerves were  so  shattered 1  oUci  ; lelt like I would go to pieces entireiy  I didn't have energy enough haidly io  do   my   housework.       I   had   scarcely  any appetite*, even the    liitle    I    aid  would   not   digest  properly and  I  was  bothered all thc lime with gas on my  stomach.  "But Tanlac has already mad? a  wonderful improvement in my condition, and I have only taken three beetles .so far. I have a splendid appetite, never suffer any more indirection and that tired, exhausted fcelica:  I used to have is all gone. ~\.y nerves  have..*calmed down till I, feel almost  like a new person and ani: simply  stronger and better In every way.  j Tanlac is a grand medicine and I cannot recommend It too highly."  Tanlac is sold by all good druggists.  Lions Called Affectionate  Trainers say the lion is the oah-  wild animal that is capable of affection.  Hall's Catarrh Medicine  Those who are in a "'run down" ��������� condition will notice that Catarrh bothers  them much more than wlien they are in  good health. This fact proves that  while Catarrh is a local disease, it is  greatly influenced by constitutional con-  aitions. HALL'S     CATARRH     MEDI  CINE is a Tonic- and acts through the  blood upon the mucous surfaces of the  body, thus reducing* %\\.e inflammation and  assisting- Nature in restoring normal conditions.  1     All Druggists.      Circulars tree.  !     F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.  Water Relieves Blood JPressura  Blood pressure being one of our  most popular ailm-entSr-it should assist the "drink-water" campaigns of  some of our water .^companies to have  it known that the experiments of two  London plrysicians, Orr arid Innes, as  described in the British Journal of Experimental Pathology,-seem to demonstrate that blood pressure can easily  be relieved by copious draughts of  water. "  Enliven Your Eyes  through the daily use' of  lMttrine-' The alliirins sparkle of  youth quickly, returns tb "eyes  which hax-e become dull nnd lifeless. Used safely.for many years.  Sold-by druggists everywhere.  fJVEm*  For Your* EVES  MONEY ORDERS  Buy your out oi town supplies with ������>o-  ���������minion Express Money Orders. sk-yc dollars costs three cents.  I  Shoe Pollgdnes  Ask for Minard's and take no other  The "City of Flowers"  In Florence, Italy, the famous orris-  root- perfumes are produced from tKe  roots of the large purple iris; or flag  which; is grown extensively throughout the, surrounding districts.  ������.'f%fi**������  jul 1 IC o K F" *^5  NOW  8������������������WK-- ��������� -M  9&*j.*fP,   *  Externally or Internally, it Is Good.'  ���������When applied externally by brisk  rubbing, Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil  opens the pores and penetrates the  tissue, touching: the seat of the trouble  and immediately affording rel|ef. Ad-  ministered internally, it will still the  irritation in the throat which induces  coughing and will relieve affections  of the bronchial "tubes and respirator*}"  If YOUR  VETERINARIAN  Uses "Cutter's"*  Serums and Vaccines3������ei������  doing his best to conserve your  interest*. 25yeara  concentration on  one line count toe  something.  The Cutter Laboratory  '���������'���������ThtI.aitrattrf that Knttat Htre"  Berkeley (U.S. Licence) California  organs.  Try it and be convinced.  No Cause for Alarm  The. minister was visiting the Mae-  Donalds and was asked to slay 1o dinner. The party sat down, and before  beginning his moal the minister bowed his head over Ills plate to say  grace..  Master Eric, Hoeing this remarked: "It's all right, parson; tho mciu'rf  Quite fresh."  Holloway'a Corn Remover ttikes the  corn out by the roots. Try it and  prove It.  Weoton the Walker *  Edward Payson West on, tho famous walker, takes rt hike between Buffalo ancl Now York. lie moves fust  and 1 he trip doesn't futigun him,  though ho In St. at which age most  old men havc to u������o n cane lo totter  to the front porch.  \V>������ton*H vhnlHy In nilvaneer!  years HlUfltralcK. the Iftnllng benefit*  of Henuiblfl living ancl plenty or exercise In youth and inUklte age. in  1870, when 32 yi*nrn old. Wenton walked 100 miles In 2M2 hftur.s.��������� TUiffi^lo  Tlmea. '  112  . _...���������......_..jj������������lJS|>3EJB^    f~t~~ I tlT-ft Gatherirjc or crowiriK Hits pVnt.  UULLHIlO I have Bold it for $21 .OO per lb.  It crows wild. 1 B-row  it in ray back yard on  * City lot. I witl teach  ytsis. Send 10c for  ���������our two books. Sunny, Dollars and tha  Health Doctor Book.  BOTANICAL  "MTESI MAVEM C0SN.  !'���������'"   ���������"���������      i i���������<������������������ ��������� humi���������i pi ,m  The  "Home  Comfort"   RANGE  la   nosr   ������nld   to   th������   user   direct   from   our  factnrf.  Thouaanda   ai   th-ea*   Kanco"   1n   us*   over   201  years ami  mill  good Huntft  Sepalra for v-������ry Homt Comfort B-angii maili  jwlnc-a 1804 quickly supptiad.  The Wroujrht Iron Hanffo Co ot Cimadk,  j Xlmit-������d  140  Kins Bt. Vr, TOltOKTO  AitiorJca'a  n&neer  ������oh Tie medio*  HOOK   ON  DOO  DIST3ABE3  mul   Uow   to  Feod  Mailed   Free   lo any  Address by r.li*������>  Author  H.    Ct>AY   fSI.OVBIR  t.-O..   I.Vt\.  139    Wot    2-1 th    St.,  New   York.   U.S.A.  gjijjMj  ^salt's Ccttot Roof C0Oi|iO������iii^i"  -^.f "/** 'r*TfetblM r.fftifatttso-  tssrilUlt-*.   Bold in  thr*. dtr*  No. 1, <!t; Ko. S. S3 ptt \stntt  Bold tof mil ���������dm-ftUti.or ������nn*������  | Minard'a       Llnlmflnt  0-1-.. -  i     v   ���������  ���������    I i*4l*U  L.umh*.rm������ts"0  ������tP,  , prlca."  _ oa t������*V������Tpi  oi  -"too     pa.mph.Ul,       Add...,.  TMl cook mnr.oictf.-~ co j  Teioiio,<mr, <r���������mtr., w,*���������Pj THE   GRESTON  REYIEW  mZ\i  "V**-i-������������������.''  mz.  si?*  1 la-fi:  Y5'**R  ���������*���������!;*.;,-  I*������  I: *���������**  'P-f  XjVZZ'r  %*���������������  pi  l**f-** fci  y  m  m  Uri  m  rtZ >  m-  W  m '  l-S-J-v  M:  Hi'  ������������������������  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Oreston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance*  gQ fifS 4-rx TT <S    ~~:_.*a  C. F. Hayes. Editor and Owner,  CRESTON, B.C.  FRIDAY,  OCT.  20  Imperial Fruit Show  No word tothe contrary having  been received it -would seem quite  safe to assert that the shipment of  Valley fruit destined for the Imper  ial Fruit Show at London, England, has by now reached the Eng  lis metropolis, and with arrangements for its display at the Crystal  Palace entrusted to H. B. Downs  it seems, equally certain that the local orchard product in both the  competitive and non-competitive  classes will be staged to the best  possible advantage for the judging  which commences next week.  That this year's overseas exhibi  tion eif ort will give Crestoii Valley  most effective advertising is at  once apparent when It is remember-  ed that Creston fruit will be the  only British Columbia orchard pro-  V duct in the big British exhibition,  and regardless of what prizes may  be won Creston is assured of a place  in the sun with the thousands of  fruit buyers and the many prospective B.C. fruit growers who will  throng the big fair building.  For their effort to so auspiciously  sustain the reputation of the Valley  in this empire wide exhibition effort  too much cannot be said of thc en  terprise of Hoberfc Stark. W. G.  Littlejohn and J. W. Hamilton,  all of whom are exhibiting in the  competitive classes���������the two former in both the overseas <���������and British  Empire sections.  Between them chey will account  for well over 100 boxes of show  fruit, carefully selected, and packed with the same-* painstaking  effort���������and all this done at a seas  on of the year when "'time is  money" in the truest sense of the  term -with the   man on  the   ranch.  No matter how successful they  may be at prizewinning their intake from that source cannot possibly reimburse them for their time  aud expense incurred. Their energy thus may well be classed as  community effort, and as such it is  certainly about the best bit of  work of the sort ever attempted,  and for the doing of it so   well on  so large a scale these gentlemen  well deserve the community's commendation that has been in good  measure accorded them.  ' lR?rf-Bt*sotl*cr   -raprvw.fr 1rx.v     $,a~      Vvxx  vrxt-ctaexn   '���������-o  mj-tv*v-*vm..jl        .. XT.   VIXXJ        Xlvrr ���������JXJ     *f"* vmmx-ixrxm    Mmj  the concession made on behalf of  the whole Imperial fruit show exhibit by the Canadian Pacific Railway in giving such prompt and  otherwise highclass express shipping  accommodation at freight rates,  without which a show of Creston  truit would haye^been entirely out  of the question���������and as things haye  since turned out British Columbia's  exhibit at this all important fair  would have been conspicuous by its  absence.  Full credit for the good turn  thus done the Valley would seem  to belong to Vice-President Coleman at Winnipeg who was appealed to by President Cofistable, of  the Frttit Growers Union, when all  the lesser officials of the C.P.R.  had turned an unsympathetic ear  to the plea of the Union president  for service and rates that would enable the Valley growers to compete  at Britainrs premier horticultural  show.  In view of some criticism  of our  old friend   the   C.P.R.    it   is   only  right  that   credit should be  given  where such distinguished   service is  so ungrudgingly rendered.    Nor is  this   the first   time on  which    Mr.  Coleman has shown practical interest in Crestonby conceding smaller  but none   the   less appreciated favors.    Whilst   located both   at Nelson and Cranbrook less than a dozen years ago Mr. Coleman,   doubtless, acquired considerable firsthand  information   of the possibilities   of  this section, and this latest incident  would     indicate   that   Creston    is  still green in his memory,   particularly when his attention   is so effic  -ently called   to the Valley   ahd its  aspirations By   such   a    persuasive  old time   acquaintance    as   Union  Manager Constable.  Were it -Jieedfnl many /other  kindly things might be written in  connection with the Imperial fruit  show,.not the least of which would  be an extended reference to the satisfaction that comes to all- from  this splendid exhibition of Creston's  determination to let the world  know that the Valley is in the  fruit business���������and at a time when  one might least expect such a progressive manifestation of .faith in  the community and its foremost industry.  Mixed farming parlance has it  that when" everyone is going out of  hogs is the best time to go in for  theml . .This observation works  out just the sanss v,j������th exhibition  effort; when the rest of B.C. is  quitting such excellent publicity  work it is. certainly a pleasure to  see Creston Valley going after it  stronger than ever. It pays to advertise.  irrigation system is installed than  it will be afterward���������or from any  other source, possibly.  In as least this respect the towns-  ^xrvjr^x^, unarji   v������F titittty   nut/,    ue iu%A3tr-  ested in "Arrow Creek, but if so  municipilization or seme other  move that -will place the town residents in a position to talk* business  definitely with the Arrow Creek  directors should be got afoot.  The Lister Appraisal  Fob  Sale���������Bay    Mare,   1300   lbs.     s  good   worker,    price   right,  woman's warm brown "coat,  $10.   Apply Review Office.  ������  Also   a  size   40,  Announcement that _ & couple of  representauyes of the- Dominion  Soldier Settlement Board, have been  at Camp "Lister making a valuation  of the farms in that area jon which  improvements'have been made is  about the most satisfactory bit of  news that has come frpm that section in many months.  While no definite hiformation is  to hand as to*,*.,what is back of this  move by the >S.S..B., it would seem  likely that the federal authorities  have at last decided tp live up to  tlie guarantees* given the provincial  Land Settlement Board when  Camp Lister was started, which  were that the S.S.B. would make  oans to the soldiers taking up these  farm8, and in that way the province  would get back the money spent in  developing   the farni3 so taken up.  Our recollection is that there are  m. /  some sixty soldier agriculturists at  Lister.. If the. necessary loans to  purchase these five dozen places  were made the money thus made  available to the Land Settlement  Board would come in very handy  in financing further development of  the area.  tr  Just what the departments policy will be regarding Lister has not  yet been disclosed, but the prevaK  ent local ideais that the bulk ofthe  land - held should be developed to  some extent and sold as improved  property. The big demand at present is for the Jmprov'ed place, and  in addition to ^providing the great  majority of tbeMprospective buyers  with whatthey^want^ the'xlevelop-  ment process would provide employment for the soldiers who have already settled on the land and have  their places planted to orchard and  otherwise producing..  Chicken Supper at Canyon  The Ladies? Aid of Canyon City will  -hold a chicken supper and entertainment on Friday, October 27th. Supper will be: served at 7 p.m. prompt  and concert to start at 9. Admission  to supper and sntertainasaent 75 cents  to adults, and^25 cents to children of  school agei Children under school  -Age, free. Proceeds in aid of church  building. Zi--  /  Is there any  Meat in the  House?  ~w *���������*������      Mr    _\w m_^t___. __\~_^ Wm ____^^_^_. W\m~\W     ������*jB  SjLozb) MJoes t^ate MJO Ito  That's What I Want  \\  To Know*  99  She follows the same recipes I do,  the same kind of flour, butter,  eggs and flavoring and yet her  cakes have a delightful something  about them that I can't get.~  What's the reason?  The secret, madam,  <SF������KA1MI  MASK IN CANADA.  "IT tie cream or tartar content give������  ib* m JX. _       it        n     ti * ~*a     ~x.  a quality touch to baking that  cannot be produced with any  other leaven*  Saudi tor FREE Cook Book���������"Table and Kitchen**  M  ~mT~~ti  Men's  Half Soles, $1.25  Women'sHalf Soles,$l������00 *  Guaranteed for 6 months.  "Secondhand Store in connection  with business  This Is the first question that presents itself-  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry?...'  Shamrock Brand  Hams and 'Bacon  Finest: Q^aU^yy  Cooked' Hami?  Lxinch Meat  Bologna, ate*  are  always   to   be   had  here.   In meats nothing  quite.equals 'Shamrock  products. ?.,.?.  P  & CO., Ltd.  OUR STOCK OF  is  ~*~t~\_\  _\-n_\m.   __~v%  A  Stilt  the  Full,  Why These Inspections  B <& A Corset is made  with exact precision. '  The best quality of material- is  ' used;-arid so-str^^^^ad^1'**  that they cab^ he^wioru j ddjy  in and   day- out   and still  keep     their     shape     and  attractiveness.  To wear one of these models  is to fully realize the comfort of a modish Corset that  fits perfectly. l      '���������������������������,  -W3BHH  The appearance last month of  the engineer of a cement pipe company, preceded as was his visit by  a call from the manager of the  same company a month previous,  may or may not Indicate that something is about to happen in connection with Arrow Creek irrigation, but when these incidents are  considered along with the fact that  thi3 same pipe company is just  finishing up au irrigation system  Jpipe line atGrand Forks in which  the provincial government has invested by way of loan a sum in ex-  cess of $100,000, the backers of the  looal irrigation scheme at > least  have some justification for their optimism that those are straws which  show that the wind may be bjlow-  ^ing in a favorable direction.  The landowners within the proposed Arrow Creek district h)������ve  by a substantial majority in value  obtained legal right to have the  preliminary engineering work done  and cost of installation definitely  aacortatned, and aft<?r a aucccaaion  of dry summers ftre not likely to  long hesitate at going ahead if cost  is not absolutely excessive.  With all tho outward and visible  signs indicating that a very definite  mavo is about to lie mado in tho  project townspeople aiiould again  wako up to the fact that tho Arrow  Creek undertaking ofiPera a domestic water supply for tho town as  well as an clcctrio Uight and power  proposition, and that it will be  muoh cheaper to acquire these faoil-  itiOIi    i-trti     tli*k>    t->j*kJM*u      'iisit'tss     S/kao      *-������������H  s   $2.00 to $3.25  See our complete stock in all  styles and sizes.  Z5������  J\*   ���������^.r^' tl $������# lv^  GENERAL MERCHANT.  ���������*..*���������"��������� * .   '  Fruit Boxes  We would advise placing orders now for  Fruit Boxes 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 Nov. 1 to pay for thew.  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED  smimmitmmmimwmmmmimssm  ������*s*a^ati������j������e*?s������i^^^  BHS&BBJBSW  tmmmsmmsmm  m-nlHrniTiM  mmmmm  ~������  T ptltr>*~f'  m~tmnM'H  mmm****.  m  iM^.-m.M^t^a^^ ������    Sf sepsis ef      m  imi Agf JligtggsgfiBgEgfs  Christmas in England  I-  Minimum price of Brat-elafes tend  reduced to Ss an aca-������; aecond-cteos tc  J2.B0 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to a~~r~  reyed Janda oniy.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for ssrfoujttunl pTarposes  and which fs non-timber land-  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent- pre-emptions  ���������with Joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  * claims. <k"  Pre-empt ors must occupy claims for  five years and make Improvements to  value ot |10 per acre, including: clear-  Ins: and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Ora/ife  Where pre-emptor In occupation not  less than 8 years, and has made proportionate improvements, lie may. toe- -  ~r cause of IU-health, or other cause, be  -granted Intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer bis claim.  Records   without   permanent   resl-  '  deuce may be Issued, provided applicant makes- improvements to estent of  ^ f 300 per annum and records same each  year.    Failure to make Improvements  -  . or record   same will  operate " as' forfeiture.    Title  cannot  be obtained In  less than   5 years, and Improvements  of -110.00  per acre,  including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated,  and residence  of at least 2 years are required, fe  Pre-emptor holding Crpwn xrant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with bis  farm, -without s-ciual occupation, provided statutory Improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  tTnsurveyed areas, not '-exceedins 20  acres, may be leased as homesites;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and itsg-TsvssiA^iiZ conditions."  .sror erasing and Industrial purposes  areas exceeding .640 acres may ba  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or Industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may.be purchased; conditions Include  payment of. stumpasie.  Natural Hay meadows Inaccessible  by existing roads may bs purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is made.  A visit to the Old Country is something that a great number of people  ���������are giving thought lo -at this season  of the year, and many have already  inade plans to reach their friends in  time for the Christmas and New Year  Season. -.  Canadian   Pacific    Steamships   are  deservedly popular for this trip and to  give extra special accommodation for  those who Are going overseas this season, the Canadian Pacific  Railway bas  arranged for h special train to connect  -with   the   S.S.     "Montcalm" . sailing  St. John, ^Tuesday,   December   12tb.  Through tourist sleepers will   be, oper-  erated   fi-oni   Edmonton   a,t   10   p.m..  Thursday,   December   7th   and   from  Calgary at 1.35 a.ni.  Friday December  8th,   making    connection    with   this  special train   leaving   Winnipeg   9.20-j  a.ui. December 9th.  Special louiist sleepers from Calgary, Edmonton, via regular trains  will also be operated in. 'connection  with tbe sailings from St. John of the  S.S. ������������������Montrose" on December 1st. S.S..  4-Victwion" December 7th. S.S= "Mel- \  ita" December 9th. S.S. "Metagama"  December 15th. ; ��������� J  All these tourist sleepers run right  to the ship's side no changes, no inconvenience. They are the gang  plank to the steamer. -1      ,  THE   CRESTON REVFttW  /  /������������������  Jtsest materialsa  -gjO  ^���������^JwAjWjoifc Charge,.     Prompt service.  ������������ W. JWC&gyf Aftg_  stori  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Tuesday, the 7th,day off STovember, 1922, at the hour of 10 a-ra., at  the Courthouse,- Nelson, B.C., X shall offer  for sale  at public auction the mineral claims in the list  ���������= hereinafter set out, of the persons in said list hereinafter set but, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said  persons on   the 30th day of   June, 1922, and for costs  and. expenses, if  the total   amount  due   is  slot sooner paid. _  The Collector will be pleased, to receive  esny information respecting the following  list where the owner  was a member qf the Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits of  Section 29 cf ths "TasatiOtt Act  -Amendment Aet, I91S:" , '  . ~~  Two Kinds of Women  . PR E- EMPTORS'      FRE B  mk ACT.  GRANTS  LIST OF  PROPERTIES   _.   ...x.x jais xo.sjeflty'fl S*orces.    Tht  time within which tbe heirs or devitfeet  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  title under this Act la extended  for  Name off: Owner           *       _���������������*������.         ....rn     *\\.t.             mr0~~Vtt���������   from for one rear from the death of  such person, as formerly, until one  jrear after the conclusion of the prs&aae  war. Th>s pHviiesre Is also made ���������������������������*������-  troactive. %.  No fees relating- to pre-emptions are  "- or parable by mI/h-*��������� ���������  due  ~,     _.  j^w������ui������  oy soldiers on    pre-emptions recorded after June 8������, 1018  paxes are remitted for five years.  Provision for return of moneys .  rued, due m***! h<������������ ���������--*������ ���������  j*/jr   ~~.~-~x avas return of moneys accrued, due and been paid since August  4. 1914. on account of payments, fees  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  Interest en agreements to purchase  town or city lots held by members of  Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired  direct or indirect, remitted from, enlistment to March 21. 1910.  SUB-PURCHASERS  OF   C~~GWH  % " LANDS.  Provision    made    for"   issuance    of  Crown   grants  to   sub-purchaser^    of  Crown   Lands,   acquiring1 rSarhte/frooa  purchasers   who  failed    to    complete  purchase. Involving- forfeiture, on ful-f"'  Ailment of conditions .of purchase. ln-r  terest and taxes.   Where sub-purchaa- -  era do not elatrn whole of original parcel, purchase price due end taxes may  be   distributed   proportionately   over  whole   area.      Applications   must   be  .made by May 1, 1920.  Z.iP'py-.zanAz.NG..      ...-.*  araslns Act, 1019. for. systematic  development of livestock Industry provides for grazing districts and rang-a  administration under Commissioner.  Annual grasEns* permits issued based  on numbers ranged; priority for established owners. Stock-owners may  form Associations for range management. Free, or partially free, permits  for settlers, campers or travellers, up  to ten head.  Eureka Copper Mines Ltd. ... ..���������....  Matthew, G. et al ���������. . .��������� ..  WalsheE. {Estate of) & Connolly, W...  Rivet, J. ZR. -������������������ : -'-������������������~���������������������������������������  Rivet, J. R. .���������...............���������. . ..._  Eureka Copper Mines Ltd.���������.y.-"   Ainswortht B. J~*. '.. . ������������������..,e...........  Trail Creek .Hidden Treasure -6.M. Co.  ���������Br.-*--���������-. ���������***���������       ���������- ���������  A story that bristles with tht-iliing-  incident and glows with the warmth  of romance g-ives Pauline Frederick a  splendid, vehicle in "Two Kinds of  Wonien." showing at the Grand," Saturday, Oct. SlsfeT  -.   "Two Kinds of Women," bnsed upon  Jackson   Gregory's novel.   ������*Juditl|  of  Blue Lake Ranch." is a Western story  and one of the Bscst en-grossing that  ever flowed from the facile pen of Mr. , ~.~.*~a~ ^ina*;*. ,s~tiaaei  Gregory,, who. has to his credit a long   Baltimore G.M.& D. Co.  list of notable stories laid  in Western J TiVragge, Es C,  settings. ;  "Two Kinds of Women" introduces  Miss Frederick in a role that  fits her  as srtuglv as a rubber cap fits the head  of a bather.   She is the verile, efficient  wholesome type without  losing' a   bit  of the feminine charm that makes her  beloved of  motion   picture   audiences  the world   over.      She finds,   for  example, that the   welfare ~of   the   big  ranch.^iej'ifather has Jeft her is jeopar-  'diked Isy a "group" of   culprits   headed  hy one~of "the  employees, and the pUtl  revolves chiefly about her fight to outwit the gang.  Through the^ story of- advepttire  that moves swiftly froro the outset is  woven, a romance that does much to  heighten the di-Hixiatic appeal of this  most interesting narrative.  NELSON MINING DIVISION  Name of Claim  Mackinaw coats  ns fit you out for  Prices $0.50 t������ $11.  just arrived.      Let  the   o( >ld   weather.  Mawson Bi-om.  Teach the Children  Teach your children to save their money.  Start the  boy with a savings bank account, and encourage him  hy supplementing every fifty cents he saves, with  " another fifty from your own pocket  All patrons, large or small, are asstared cowrie-owe  service in every branch of this bank.  L..Z .        ' . 808  IMPERIAJL   BANK  Flumerfelt, A. C.    Flumerfelt, A. C .......... ���������������������������..... .   Wragge- m~ C. .;. :. .... ............  Porter,   H.  ... .���������~ ........ ..... .  Eisreka Copper Mines Ltd. ...j;���������......  Wragge, ~S~yC. ..Z...... ....���������.....;���������*.'....  Schofield, j. H. et ai .........    Desharnais/N. & Boyer, J.    Flumerfelt, A. C. .......���������_.. . ..... .....  Eureka Copper Mines Ltd. ���������. ....  Eureka Copper Mines Ltd.������������������?...���������............  Relief Mines^Ltd.c���������-..:5...^^^.................  Baltimore. G.:JK.i-.*& JD. iXipy-....-.---...-. ....  Johnson, I.; G*. .-..^..-...-.-������������������............ .........  itead,; J._ 'E.^et ��������� 'ailC.Z.ZZ;..-Z...-Zr~y..iZZZ.  Leo.: R.:;'G.^Mining-Co. i.^.j^���������.Z.Z.LZZr.  I Wragge, IB. C ^.-i^..L;..~.r-..-.^.���������':i;.li.U-'  fN. Desharnais & Boyer, J. &. T. et al..  Flumerfelt, A. <jf:.:������.-..~i...~l...:......-....,.....  Wragge, B. C^ - .^ll.............���������........x...^.���������-.~  Sheep Creek Bonanza Mining Co. ........  Sheep Creek Bonanza Mining Co.   Relief Mines Ltife;............ ..... ..   Trail Creek Hidden Treasure Co   Relief Mines Ltd.  .....  French,   T.  R.  ...Z  ���������   Relief Mines Ltd, ....���������   Desharnais N. & Boyer, J. & T.    Sheep Creek Bonanza Mining Co   ISureka Copper Mines Ltd.   McElroy, F. ���������...; ."  ,.  Hutchinson, R. A. ,  Hutchlnsop, R. A. .....  Eureka Copper Mines Ijtd ...........  Trail Creek Hidden Treasure G.M. Co..  Alhambra  Alma   N.   ...   Agness   ... ..������������������..".  Blue Stone ...   Black !iStone   ......  Ciamploa .......".   Copper King-..���������  Coartland     ;.   Copper Queen ���������-..  .   Cumberland    ....  .   Dexter  ..���������  .   Dexter Frac    .  Delight -���������-- :....   .   Dora .......................  .   Eureka  ;   .   Evening  :.   .   Farnhaim    .   Free Silver .....  .   Golden Eagle    . Gold Leaf Np. 2 .  . Gold Leaf Frac .....  ._ Grand Union ..  .Humming Bird  .   Hungry Man. _  Ida D.    ���������..  Leo   Moraliag   Nba*5ah    Oro Fino  ,  Paclffe .. ..���������  Planet   ................  Planet No. 2 .....  Relief Frac. ......  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Bry4n ���������.,  Lot No.    Taxes    Costs      Total  Frac .: .. ���������  ..... {.  4651  . 9174  6060  9054   ���������������������������.._���������..���������.. 9055  .._ .��������� . ...  417  ...... ~,..0..  3429  I-... . ...1 904  ....��������� ~. 2012  ...........~ .���������,  2015  ...... . -  4206  .0.0.Z ���������  5152  ............................. 5552     103  ...... . ���������...��������� 5433  ~....0.0 . ,.....��������� 5581  ���������..-....... ~ .. 1845A  ���������������������������r^-.���������..������������������..������.���������.... 1245?  ������*.*������������������������������.*.���������������*. mmmmmtm-mmmmmimma,      Xm?UO  ....:Z^....-m.     2467  ;::..i:-:..i.i..r.ii^r..I..   3428       2462       &65         104       5580  .......   2011  .....J.      903  ....... 11745   . 11746  .......    2469  .......    3435      2463       4758   ~~  .mm-.-   2466       6582    11747       4646       5476      5150  .....    2418       4649   * 3434v  % 1-25  10.50  6.50  13.00  13.00  12.76  3.25  10.00  11.50  5.25  13.00  1.25  5.25  11.00  13.00  5.25  11.50  10.25  11.75  11.75  4.75  10.75  cfc.25  7.60  13.00  13.00  4.75  10.26  9.76  4.00  8.25  7.00  1.00  12.75  10.75  17.00  7.50  11.26  9.00  13.00  13.00  11.75  4.25  5.25  . 8.25  ? 3.75  f 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  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  5.75  3.75  3.76  3.76  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.76  3.76  3.75  S.76  3.75  3.75  3.76  9 5.00  14.25  10:25  ?    16.75  ��������� '��������� 16.75  16.50  7.00  13.75  rr'    16.25  9.00  16.75  5.00  ,9.00  14.75  16.75  9.00  15.25  14.00  ^15.50  15^0  8.50  14.50  10.00  11.26  16.75  16.75  8.50  14.00  13.50  7.75  12.00  10.75  4.75  16.50    \  14.50  ,20.75  11.25  15.00  12.75  16.75  16.75  15.60  8.00  9.00  12.00  C. W. ALLAN.  OF CAJSUhJOAa.  GRESTON BRANCH,,  Name of Owner  TRAIL GREEK MINING DIVISION  Nam������ of Claim  S     Abha'Corae Fraction  F. & Simmons V. C. ..*. .An>������ t.  Dairym;  ARE your returni a������ huge ss thcy  should hm'?  High coats make iwajriimini yle)UI������ mt  euential quality in your animal**  We will advance money to f^sponalble  * Imrmen to replace poor producer*,   ������������  ,. i ��������� f ���������;.���������,���������'  HE CANADIAN BAN*  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL       -        -        $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND -        - $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH, C G. Bennett, Manager.  Forteath,    Lfbby, H. F. & Simmons V.  McCraney,N H.' P.   Abbott, J. L. Or.-   Rossland1 Kootenay Ms. Co.  Roaf, J. R ���������   Hossland Kootenay Mer. Co.  Campb-ell, A. B. ������t al ..........  NelbericaH, Albert i;................  Rob si And Kootenay Mg. Co.  Rossland Kootenay Mg/Co   Forteath S., & Barnes, J  r.  WMMams, S. L   Nfeibor-gall, A. ...vr'������������ ���������������������..-  inland Empire M,'& Mg. Co. Ltd.  Nelborgall, A. ,  Rowland Kootonay Mg. Co., Ltd.  Roflslund Kootonay Mg. Co., Ltd.  Coffey, T. J. et to! '....,.   Edmondson, T. M   Forteath 9. & J. Barnes    Robinson, C. E. & Porth, L. E   CofCoy, T. J. et al ..���������.���������... ;   QauH C B   Rowland Kootenay Mg. Co., Ltd    Nfckel Ftat<  Rossland Kootonay Mg. Co., Ltd.     Ore-oiM-io-go   ..  Nolbcrgall, ,.A ,......'.:..,...    Saginaw   JttloiMd'Empire M, ������& Mg, Co    fiaglnaw Frac  Johnson, B. ot nl      J '    ���������  Lot No.   Taxes     Costa      Total  Alice L   Big Chief No. 2    C. and C   Columbia   ,  Comstocfc   Copper Jack   Gem   0.   Glendale      Gold-oil Chariot    Great Western     Heatherbell   Highland   Independent ,  Inland  Empire*   Inland ���������Frac   Kootenay^, ..........  Kootenay TVac -  Lust Chance    Lightfoot ���������   Livingstone ,  Lone Star   Mam moth   Mascot   Nickel Plate  ���������    j.  ������������������*������������������������ mtmm  Co.,  Ltd.  Johnson, JS. ot ml ....  Oof ley, T. J. et at....  Itocslaml Koote nay Mg.  aoatello, W. ID, ...  CofCoy, T. J. ot nl  Cameron, T.'H. & McCrea, W. S.  Niebergnll, A.    St. Lawrence  Tiger -..   Tlfi Top   TrUlry      Uncle Bam ., .  .Viking   Waahlngton   ...  . 1860  . 4331  ��������� 1284  992  694  . 5864  ��������� 1185  984  11137  691  692  1499  1049  11136  3880  11156  697  119S  985  . 3387  . 1600  . 4675  985  . 1344  537  696  ��������� 38?0  ��������� 3881  . 1197  92CI  798  - 1626  983  4916  11138  2.00  10.25  11.60  S.25  4.00  11.75  5.25  9.50  6.26  11.50  3.25  9.50  12.75  12.75  13.00  .50  6.25  .25  7.75  2.25  2.60  12.00  5.26  11-00  ��������� 1.75  .50  18,-QO  M.m  7.75  6.76  9.00  12.04  P.30  11.75  13.00  3.76  S.75  3.75  3.76  3.76  8.75  8.76  3.75  3.7S  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.76.  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  S.75  3.75  3.7B  S.75  8.75  3,75  3 75  3.7U  S.75  3.7.T.  3.7G  3.75  3.7G  3.75  6/������5  14.00  15.25  7.00  7.75  16.50  9.0b  18.25  10.00  15.25  7,00  13.25  16.50  16.60  16.75  4.25  9.00  4.00  11.50  6.00  6.25  15.75  "9.00  14.75  8.50  4.2G  16.75  *125  11.50  10.50  12.75  15.75  12.26  15.50  Jfl.75  I  ^  Dated at Nelson, B. C. this 7th day oi Qplober, w.  II. R. TOWNSEND,  Prorlnclal Collector.  xi  .,40^  WB~~~f~mmWtWmWmW  l??.s3~l.,i... :;..  i J*    ��������� ii -  W*  \Mr I  ������z  r **���������  \r>'  '4      .  In  "i  naw* ckeston. e. c  9  ���������a.  S  1.1  fc.l  H  cimcyiie  Very Itchy dsd Burned.  Troubled Six Weeks,   !  "Our daughter's face came out in  a rash that we were told was eczema.  Her cheeks got sore  , ahd she rubbed causing loss of sleep. The  breaking out was very  itchy and burned so  -. that I hadtotiegloves  on'her hands, to keep  her -from scratching.  "This trouble lasted about t six  -weeks before I used Cuticura. I used  one large box of Cuticura Ointment  with two cakes of Cuticura Soap  when she was healed." (Signed)Mrs..  H. Stares, Blenheim Rd.,-Galt, Cut.  Cxftacura Soap, Ointment and Talcum are ideal for daily toilet uses.  5oag> 25c, Ointmeat 25 and 50c.   Sold  throughout theDomirucji:. Canadian Depot;  tyiMM. Limited, St. Paul St., Montreal.  "���������"OHticura Soap shaves -withoiat miag.  Only   One  Can-  Mimic  Known* That  Birds  The town of Ocie in Ozark County,  Mo., makes a bid for fame with a  whistling mouse* the first of its kind.  Whether this .mouse,, has heen imbibing too freely of Ozark "corn lick-  er^" or -whether it thinks it is a mock- !  ing bird, Is not  clear.  It was discovered in the home of W.  H. Hampton, a merchant at Ocie, and  apparently had wandered in 'from  the woods for the winter.  The nlouse can mimic a .ojiail,  mocking bird or any other bird, according to the Rev. Walter B. Fish.,."  missionary for the American Sunday  School. Union of- Springfield, who  vouches} for the authenticity of the  story. It keeps up" a continuous  whistle and chatter all day and night,  ceasing only" when it,, hears" strange  voices in the building. Fortunately,  the Hamptons are not superstitious,'  and attach no significance to the  mouse's performance.  World Happenirij  Briefly Told  RHEUMATICACHES  QUICKLY KEUEVEB  THE racking, agonizing rheumatfe  ache is quickly relieved by anap-  .     plication of .Sloan's Liniment.  ������ For forty years, foils all over the  -world have found Sloan's to be the  natural enemy of pains .and aches.  It penetrates without-rubbing.  You can Just .tell by its healthy^  stimulating odor that it is going to do  you. good.  Keep Slotm's- handy for neurafgia,  sciatica, lame back, stiff joints, sor������  muscles, strains and sprains.  At all druggists���������35c, 70cB $1.40.  tiS-9_" mtOS Hade, in Canada.  -       ������-*.  li  Lacfi  X.  Grace the Tea Hour  Llrairneiii  The Newspapers Waa  Results  Better  POSSIBLY YOUR OWN WIFE  She may not look so young and  pretty as she used to. If her cheeks  are hollow and pale, if she is tired  and nervous, her system needs a good  Rats are doing damage to Rich-  : mond dykes on Lulu Islands, B.C., by  working under and through them.  According to information received  -In Calgary, a smalL flow-of oil has  ��������� been struck af Walsh, Alta., just east  -of Medicine Hat.  The loss of a nickel cost -the life  of   13-year-old   John   Martin,  of  New7  - York.   " He opened a subway grating  -to  recover ������t, and  fell to  the  tracks  underneath in the path of a train.  Information gathered by the Northwest Grain  Dealers'  Association was  - that farmers in the three,western  provinces have 31: million bushels of  wheat left to market.  Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte, great-  ; great-nephew of the fatuous Napoleon,  .declared in New York that he was not  -giving serious consideration-to an invitation   to    ascend    the    throne    of  Albania.  Announcement   was   made   by "the  Provincial    Government    that    Colin  . -Gro'ff, a  meniber of the   staff of the  ��������� Calgary Albertan, has been appointed  .publicity commissioner for  the' province of Alberta in succession? to  the  late James McCaig", whose death took  place some time  ago.  Word was received by the Canadian  Government Merchant Marine of the  arrival at Novoroossk, Russia, of the  steamer Canadian Seigneur with the  first consignment oE the 500 tank cars,  manufactured i'or rthe llussian Soviet  Government by the Canadian Car and  Foundry Company, of Montreal.  A well-defined eart.hq.uake was registered at Gonzales Observatory, Victoria, on Dec. 18th, commencing at  7.40 a.m., the maximum vibration being registered at 7.5*1 a.m., and the  vibration; lasting two hours. The  distance Is esUusated at 1,200 miles,  or in Northern Mexico.  regulating with   Dr.   Hamilton's  Pills  a real' medicine that is noted for re- , ,B  storing the bloom of health to sickly   aud the responses from these answers  Show   There   Is   No  Advertising Medium  Value of newspapers, for advertising  has once more been demonstrated by  an extensive survey made by United  States sxszy officers of all means of  publicity used last summer to secure  candidates for the citizens' ntiiitary  training camp at Plattsburg. Each  candidate who attended the camp was  asked    how    he   learned of the camp  girls and women. Dr.- Hamilton's  Pills tone up the entire system. Complexion quickly becomes rosy, spirits  rise, strength increases daily. Health,  vigor and good looks will soon return  to a faded woman, if she uses Dav  Hamilton's Pills. Sold everywhere,  25c per box, or from the Catarrhozone  Co., Montreal.  Crerar Re-Elected President  have been carefully checked. In the  drive for candidates every possible  means of publicity was used, including show cards, addresses in public  .gatherings and t>ersonal solicitation.  The survey of results of these means  -of publicity shows that newspapers  informed nearly 50 per. cent, of all  candidates.  United    Grain    Growers    Elect    New  Officers for the Year  -Hon.   T.   A.   Crerar   was   re-elected  president of the United Grain  Growers, LiimitecL at a meeting of directors  held at Winnipeg.    C.*Rice Jones was  re-elected    first    vice-president     and  general   manager.       J.   J.   McHiellan,"  Purple   Springs,  Alta., *-F.  J.   Colly er,  Welwyn, Sask., and John P. Reid, Arcadia, Sask., were, elected to the "executive.      John Kennedy, of"' Winnipeg,  was "elected7 s e cond  vice-president.  VE.--J. Preani,    Calgary,    and    F.    M.  Bljack, Winnipeg,    were,   re-appointed  secretary  and  treasure ^respectively.  .������ <*.m-tT-  Uili  ll    HALIFAX EXPLOSION  WRECKED HER NERVES  By Marie Belmont  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Dyed Her Sweater  And Silk Stockings  Each paaUstge of "Diamond Dyes" contains directions so simple tliat 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 il you have never dyed before. Tell your druggist whether the:  material you wish to dye is wool or silk,  or whether it is linen, cotton, or mixed  goods, Diamond Dyes never streak,  spot, fade,  or run.  Mrs.   Alfred.. Naud,*.Na!agan-River,  Que.,    writes:���������"I    do not think there  is any other medicine to eaual Baby's  Own Tablets  for,.lit$le  ones.   I have  used   them    for .'-my baby and would  use nothing else." _ "What? Mrs.^Naud  says ���������' thousands of other mothers say.  They have found by    trial   that    the  Tablets'   always    do    just* ������������������* what'is  claimed for- them-^^The ������������������ Tablets are  a  mild'-.-but. thorough laxative   which"  regulate'the bbweistjand; sweeten The  stomach and thus hSnish indigestion*,  constipation,  colic,*/c,oids, etc.      They  .are   sold  by "medicine   dealers  or  by  mail at 25 cents a box-from The Dr.  Williams'   Medicine    Co.,    Brockville,  Ont.  The tea-tirne"hour can find no more  charmingly   feminine!' . garment    than  this creation of rose chiffon and gray  lace", trimmed in' wide hands of Australian opossum.      The    warm    rose 1  tone of the "chiffon 'gives just enough  color to  the  neutral  gray, while the  flying side panels add their finishing  touch    of    smartness.      Speaking    Of  panels, it seems that the straight-line  frock will never agiaih relinquish these  added bits of 'extra length, now they  have annexed them.     Indefinite hem-  lineSj too, remain at the heiglit of the  mode, as bespoken in the bit of gray  lace  which  finishes  the rose   chiffon  skirt.       For  the  wearer who  desire's  striking   effects  rather   jthan     softer  tones, the same gown is suggested in  black lace over white satin, wAth^anoit  key fur fringe instead of the" wide fur  bands.  The reader will, no doubt, reinembc-r  when a lew years ago there was a  collision in the Halifax, N.S., Jfferbor  and one pf the munition ships was  blown'up, causing great loss of 13:"e_  and laying a large portion oi' the city"  in ruins, and causing a great deal of  suffering; and distress among the inhabitants.  ^ "  Mrs. Winfleld Dill, "now of. Windsor,  N.S., wa's living in^ Halifax at that  time and went through this trying experience and the .shock wrecked lier  nerves. She writes' as follows;���������"I  was- living in Halifax at thc time of  the explosion, and - it wrecked 'my  nerves so that I. eould not do my  housework. , I would "take such neiv-  ous- spells I would he under the6doctor's care.      - ..        ' " -'.  I~ saw--Miiburn's" Heart and Nerve  iPUls' advertised, so I took two boxes,  and" they-helped nie so much I took six  more,' and now I am completely relieved. ,1 can recommend them to anyone suffering, from heart and nerve  trouble." -,-'.-       -  To. all those who. stiff er from nerv-  vcris. shock we .would recommend our  MILBURNS  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  as the best remedy to-tone up the entire nervous system "and strengthen  the weakened organs. - Miiburn's .  Heart and Nerve Pills are the original  heart and nerve food having been on  the market , for the past 27 years.  Price, 50e a box "at all. dealers, or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  -jmmmmmmaaaaa^mmaaatamtHmmamamtmmammammaammmmamam^amn jg  Swiss Have Joint Dairies  ;-���������- Switzerland has "-many co-operative  cattle associations, besides joint stock  dairies in every village.  Useful in Camp,-***���������Explorers, surveyors, prospectors and hunters will  find. Dr. *��������� Thomas* Eclectrie Oil~ _ very  useful-in. cam?. When the* feet and  legs are wet and cold it is well torul>  them freely with the: Oil and the result will be the prevention oE pains in  the muscles, and'shouid a cut, or contusion, or sprain be sustained, nothing  could be better as a dressing or lotion.  '���������'-'   Butterfly Farms in .Eng tehd-  In   England   .are several farms devoted entirely to the   " cultivation    of  butterflies and moths. ..       ~  Minard's Liniment for Garget'in Cows  New Idea  The waiter had been very slow in  serving dinner, and the diner was  exasperated to the point of sarcasm.  "Now, waiter," he said, "bring tne  coffee and liqueur, and while  you're away you might send me a  postcard  now  and  then."  Attack of Liver Complaint  The  telephone  rang  and the  hook-  keeper    answered    it,    as the Boston  Transcript    tells   it.?:   "Yes,   madam,  this is Wilkins' market." "This is j arising from Jnflamamtion  Mrs. Blank. I want you to know that  the liver you sent me is most unsatisfactory. It is not calf's liver at-all;  calf's liver is tender and���������'\ "Just  a moment, . madam, and I'll- call the  proprietor." "What, is it?" Wilkins  asked. The bookkeeper surrendered  the phone. "Mrs. ���������.Blank." he said,  "Liver complaint."  a  Nation-wide Fame.���������There is scarcely a .corner of this great Dominion  where the merits of Div Thomas'  Eclectrie Oil have not been tried and  proved. It is one of the world's most  efficient/remedies for " sore throat,  lame-back and many other ailments  Rubbed  on the skin its healing power is readily absorbed, and it can also be taken  internally.  Before calling a man-a liar, be sure  you are xight-^then dOn'tr -  R  Arabian Vinegar Best   .  The vinegar made "by the Arabs is  said to he far superior to any other.  AW FUR . COLLECTORS AND  TRAPPERS get highest prices  for your furs. Ship them to me-. 1  have more than.satisfied others. You  too are sure of best'returns. ��������� Write  for tags and- -price list, Reuben  Wolff, 114 West 30th St.; New York,  MONEY ORDERS  Send   a   Dominion ^ Express   Money   Order.  They are payable eTerywheTe.  NOTICE  A "balanced diet" may sound  confusing to many people  The facts, as explained  here, are simple.  Trt** secret of a "balanced diet" is. to have fo������&&  containing all the elements needed for proper  nutrition. Those element a are protein, to nourish)  the tiss-ia-es; starch and fiuppar to furnish energy;  fat to supply heat; and mineral salts to provide  the material necessary for building nerves, brain,  and tooth and bone structure.  Corns cripple the feet and make  walking a "torture*, yet sure relief in  the shape of Holloway's Corn Remover is within reach of'all.  Mothers can easily know when their  children are troubled with wprms, and  they lose no, time in applying-a reliable remedy���������Mother Graves' Worm  'Exterminator.  Grape-Nuts, the nourishing cereal made of  whole wheat flour and malted barley, served -with  cream cr milk, is a complci ~ food for young and  ok! alike.  Go to your grocer today and Ktt a package oif  Grope-Nuts. Bat it -with milk or creom for  br-(������akfas������; or with stewed fruit, jelly or jam, as a  dc-Eei'QUB &���������������**.*>���������*"*+, for lunch or'dinner,  "E-vory member of the family will reliwh ������hi*  palatable ond nourishing food���������  Grape-Nuts���������the Body Builder  *JTh������r#'* tt I*t*nsi>tV"  MstAm hf Coiirj-AttEtttt ~*es9fam C-tr-Mki C-., %..#., W1tf������d*-*wv Ori*.  -.1-  Gercttan Walter Flare  Found In England  Picked Up In Woods And Sent To Air  ���������  * Ministry   .  A German water -dare 1ms heen  round.in Mar Forest, Deoslde, FlareB  oC this type wero dropped by SSeppo-  Una U> enable the commander to ascertain whether ho was, flying over  land or'water. Z''~i'P    ..,   ''yZ-'~  This parti cular Hare, .which,'" was  round by a ghillic and handed by "him  lo the Prince of Walea, who Bent It  on to the" air ministry, was no doubt  Bolshevians  Eat Clay  Sauce  The Bolshevians prepare1 from clay  a sauce that adds relish to their potatoes. Z" -,  S1  TOURISTS TO VANCOUVER, VIC-  .    TORIA,   SEATTLE,   CALIFORNIA   AND   OTHER   "WINTER  RESORTS ^  |END for^Is-urjerliry lllustrateo  booldots givingr tsxll Jiud reliable  information -covering excellent  Dollar-a Day hotels. Good Apartments at reasonable rates. Houses  for Rent, boat .''Restaurants and  ���������general Information that will save  you endless trouble, and considerable money., ���������  Stent postpaid on-recclpt of 10c for  poistaKC. Addreste- JBdHor, The  Traveller, Drawer K. ' Imperial  Block, "Vancouver, B.C.  You're Constipated!  Take "Cascarets"  For Liver, Bowels  Slclt hoadacho, biliousness, 'iioatetl.  tongue, or sour, gassy stoniach���������always  trace this to torpid liver and delayed,  : fermenting food in tho bowels. ' Cascarets work while; you sleep. They  Immediately cleanse tho stomach, re-  move tho sour, undigoHtGd -food and  foal gases, tako tho excess bile from  the-liver and carry out- all the cpn-  Isttp'atod waste thai ter and poisons in  droiwocl.    hy    the    ill-fated  Zeppelin ''tho;l301w,^a*      G<_t,,n 1lfl',c9Iit box novf  sss  issKaaKWwwH  L-20,  which left Xlotmany  with nlno'  other uirships on tho mornings oC May  2, :].!)] B,     Tho L-20'crossed tho coast  or Scotland" at  I>una'n  Bay  and now  uri. khihL MouU'-usw.    wlioro'   Jt   Inmcd  Inland,    and    flow past Brochlti ovov-  tho Forost ol! Mar and "within 15 mllos  ol Halm oral,     It crossed   "'tho Mona-  dhllu.Lh Motintalns' and the Caledonian'  'Canal.   It thon altoro������V its coin-so and  Haw oaat by north and dropped four  tbniiitkH In tlio north oC Aherdponp'hiro,  Limy ro t'i'u.siicd *lie <xjh.������1 juiur Crw4on  IJwy,  Ovm- the Nortli Sea tho L-20 iwoi  hoavy winds and was drive p. against  lilKli html at Hundhaen in Norway,'on  iht������ ���������tjiovnlug of May 3. Tho airship  wa������ badly injured and fell into n  Hl������nl and nuiilc. Her commander was  I nmii'lnl.n-1-.W'UfciMianl Ktaboi't.  and let 4*CaBcaretB" straighten you out  by morning, *        ;  Mother, Quick! Give.  California Fig ^yrup  For Child's Bowels  33von tt slclc child loves*tho "iTuity"  taste oE "Caliror'nia Fig, Syrup." ' If  tho ,little tonRuekis coated, or if your  child Is UslloHB, cross, loverlcih, full of  cold, or has colic, a toaspoonfui will  never fail to open tho bowels. 4n a  low' hours you can hoc Cor youPHolf!  how Lhorow-sfhly It worlui all the eon-  Hllpittlon poison, sour bile nnd waste  rroin the tender, little . bowels and  gives you a well, playful child again.  Millions of mothers Keep "California  Pig Syrup" htvndy. They know a  teaspoon ful today saves a si ok child tomorrow, Aslt your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has  dlrectlonn for babies and children of  Lift Off with Fingers  ���������:i  Doesn't Juu-t a* biU JUrou a IZtiht  "Preoxono" on an aehlnR com, Instantly that corn stops hurting, thon shortly you liCt It right olT with fingers.  Truly!  Your'druggist soils a tiny hollln ot  "Froezono" for a few -rento, stiflteleut  to remove every hard corn, sort corn,  or corn between tho toes, and the eai-  |Mlriar<d'8 Liniment ���������for Colds, ������eto.  all wsea printed on bottle.      Mother! l'U"e������> "without sorenoHtt or Irrltatlotf.  You must way "Calhornia" or ju-oi mt*/ j -��������� '  "       ":������������������ ~---~-^P~-~^-P~----- ~  get an Imitation  Hg syrup, 1 - W*   -N.   XJ-    1400  ZZZ?... \ *'Zr..'.'.:?..!:..'r*", yzZ: 'Z py vr,"?;,wT&vrfm*ft������*rvMri rj.^-- a^figa-j' y.^ >��������� * * .���������>��������������������������� if, <\nr������-#.w*>,lMWH  Sipiaiiwiilgaai  mmmi���������im-mmmm. UI22 Forest Fires  >jiiuW ������������i^ locres.se.  Although the number of fore3t fires  reported in the Cranbrook forestry  district this year was at least 50 per  cent, in excess of the number encount  ered in 1921, the loss to property and  standing timber is 60 per rent. less  than a year ago, according to Norman  ��������� Moore, district forester, who is here  on an official visit this ireek.  The records uhow that for all this  season a total of 235 fires were reported, as compared with 144 in 1921, and  but 130 in 1920, and Mr. Moore giyes  full credit - for ttyis year's excellent  showing to  the   splendid co-operation  of the citizens as well as a more efficient foiestry' organization. In ad-  dittcih to the lighter property loss, the  district forester observes that 60 per  cent, of the fires were handled with  out'loss or cost to the department,  with the .Fernie district making the  best showing in this regard.  In Creston Valley there were what  might be called four large- fires to  hanclle, and at one time as high as 120  iiihi were engaged at fire control  work. This year the firehaztad in the  Creston Valley was the greatest in the  entire Cran brook forestry district, and  under all the circumstances Mr. Moore  is exceptionally well pleased with thei,  season's work of" fire patrol James  Jory and his assistants.. The loss of  timber in the Valley hits uot been  great, while  the property loss  is  nil.  /  t~*  ER1X  B   81 b fin  Try the Drugstore First  .-STotro  JHennnrl  Qna  uwner niiiiuiiy   yyn  In order to fully introduce Palmolive products we are  offering fe n^the next few days aloe, cake of  the well-known Ata  purchaseof Palmolive  goods, including  Palmolive jSoap, Talcum Powder  Shaving Soap and Shaving Cream  Palmolive Soap is too well known   that it  needs  no  recommendation, and you will find al!   the other  Palmolive lines equally satisfactory.,  >���������*>  Mail Orders a  Specialty.  Phone Service  Prompt A ttention  The most serious , fire of the season  was "at Gold Creek, nc^t fai* from Cranbrook. where" a, force of 150 men was  at one time on. the, fire fighting job.  Due to tbe heavy fire patrol effort  very little has been accomplished at  tra'.l. building, but three new camp  sites were put in���������all of them on the  Banff-Windermere road, near Inrer  mere.  Mr. Moore states that there has  been quite a healthy demand all seas-  son at Chicago and other eastern U.S.  points for B.C. larch and fir, at prices  superior to those offered at Canadian  eastern centres and that the call has  also been . heavy .for yellow , pine  though poles "that were moying in considerable quantities earlier in the year  are not now so prominent in the*seas-  or*>r3 shipping.  He states that of the 50 sawmill  plants l~\ Bast Kootenay at least thirty  ran for part of the season and that  possibly fifteen are still in operation,  with the vear's lumber cut due to'  show a 35 per cent, gain over 1921.  The outlook is that logging will be  much heavier thau last winter provided men are available���������-at present hush  workers, are decidedly .scarce, and.  will be until, after, threshing operations  oiy the prairie are completed.  The Presbyterian  Xadies'   Aid   announce     their    .annual     thanksgiving  dinner for   Friday evening. Nov.  3rd.  in  Speers'   Hall,   from   8   to   8   p.m.  Tickets 50c.  NOTICE!  ./ Whereas it has t-ome   to our^tten-.  tion that certain    persons   have   used  and are using without authority fruit  boxes bearing our   name for   the pur  pose of shippi.ng*=fr*uit.i thereby render'  ing us liable   tinder the  Fruit, Marks'  Act for the contents of such boxes, we  hereby give notice! hatsuch unauthorized use  leave such persons   liable, for*,  action ������������������ for      damages.        CRESTON'  FRUIT GROWERS UNION.  Ltd.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON W.M,  ���������rr c  ���������  Tiifi  4t1-~  ~9n-,t.  .rt   -tf-.  ������*  iCnirvS  vtify  GRAND THEATRE  Regular Prices  i  PAULINE FREDERICK in  A girl's battle for life and honor against a wealthy crook  who fought foul all the time.  ��������� * ������������������>*    ...'.'���������      .. * ���������.  The same girl's battle with her lover with all the weapons  ..;*���������'.��������� dear to woman, including beautiful clothes.  A'smashing story and a great star.  HAROLD LLOYD Comedy  'GET OUT AND GET UNDER"  i  OF  AT  ON  COMMENCING at  10 A.M.  Over One Hundred parcels of Bench and Bottom Lands in small acreage lots in Kootenay Valley,  and a number of desirable home sites near Creston and Erickson.  The Terms of Sale will be:     One-Quarter Cash;   the balance in equal payments in One, Two and Three Years,  with Interest at Six Per Cent, on the  deferred payments, and where improvements exist these must be  fully paid for on day of sale if bought by other than the person responsible for same,,  For fturther nsLirb.cixlffi.irft armlv to ftra������B Gov*������iriiin<6ixt A������?���������tetB Nelsons BeCB5i  xx ' "  '44.-   m.'      aa ' . tOt r . ' *  or the Department of Lands, Victoria, B.C. as^tsi^^.,,.....,^^  tof?  fe*  (���������ScSV  l^^;r*  y\s,j.  \-$..*f*A  mi-  ������������������55''*'  I&-  *S--Vs.  1  1:  Ivr-i ���������;  "'*������-"'  1-k*?  P*  <M ���������  Ifef-:.  It  til  m  i:~  SHE HEVIKW; CamST  X3iK#*<G*:  An OM Tioser*-������with  al!  the  vigor and all the winsome qualities of  youth.    Once tried, always used* ��������� ~  SIHl    20  '���������..* IIII. I. U(i   U-WW  ' sr. m       *b     tnrt  ,    m  rraiace jreeeas fV rasas  Our Greatest Asset  The greatest asset of any country is not its accumulated gold, nor its  areas ot: agricultural lands; not vast mineral wealth, nor great manufacturing  industries; neither-is the greatest of all assets to be found in military or naval  power, nor even in great universities of learning and strong, influential  churches.  The greatest asset ol" a home is nofc tlie dwelling place no matter how fine  it niay be; it is not a comfortable Bank account which provides a,guarantee  against want and assures comfort in declining years.  No, the greatest asset of a home, and of the nation which is only as  strong as the homes of which it is composed, are the children. Take away  the children and the home soon disappears and the nation dies."  Few, if any, people will deny the truth of these statements af faced with  the necessity of making answer to them, but how many, thousands and millions  by their daily actions practically deny their belief in these truths?  The world regards war with horror and deplores the loss of young men  in the best years of their life. The taking of life is accepted by the law as  the greatest of criminal offences. Yet. in -this so-called Christian era,_and  boasted 'twentieth century civilization, conditions are calmly accepted, even  legalized, which in their effect on the race are more deplorable than war, and  worse than murder, which only kills the physical body, while the conditions  referred to destroy the intellect, ruin the body, and kiii the soul of man.  These thoughts are engendered by reading the report of the latest United  States census figures -which reveal the "astounding and alarming fact that ap-'  proximately 1;000,000 children between the ages of ten and fifteen years, out  of a total of twelve million children of those ages, ft-re engaged in work.  This is child labor with a vengeance in one of the world's most highly civilized and prosperous countries, and a 'country which has long boasted of it's great  national public school system.  What does it mean to the future of the United States, and of the w.orld,  to have one out o.f every twelve of its children between the ages of ten and  fifteen engaged in gainful occupations instead of being in school? One aroused United States paper, which admits that statistical figures are cold, uninteresting things, seeks to present the matter in another light.     It says:  "Onemillion nnder-piiviliged children, destined to grow to be.' trader-  priviiiged men and women, to recruit the ranks of the half-witted, the gunmen,  the Incompetent and the criminal.  "One million voters less capable of exercising the great function oi the  ballot because of poor equipment for reasoning power and decision.  "One million dwarfed intellects to be the easy" prey of prejudice, class  consciousness and hatreds. Under-sized minds that will fatten the purses of  the crafty and the conscienceless.  '"One million prospects for the I.W.W.'s, the  ponents of half-baked theories of .government.  "One million people whose darkened minds  standard of art. music, drama, and life in all its  "One million little folk.-at  heart innocent o  tents for their country, with a real and  million Avho permit this immeasurable  This   Year's' Crop   Is " Insufficient   for  Annual Requirements  Prance's wheat crop for 1922~ia  more than one-fourth short of -last  year's production and nearly one-third  under the customary annual requirements, according to statistics issued  by the Ministry o������ Agriculture. The  rye crop is, also insufficient, but oats  and barley are more abundant than  last year.  The wheat yield is estimated at 64,-  000,000 quintals, as compared with 8S,-  000,000.last year and the country's  norma! requirements of 94,000,000.  This isvdue to a reduction of 600,0<T0  acres" in'the area planted, the smalt  yield per acre and bad weather.  Preliminary purchases abroad already amount to 7,000,000 quintals.  These were bought in Canada and the  United States .at less than the prices  prevailing in Paris. For the last  month, France has been living on  her old reserves because of the late  .harvest, so actually there is^ only  eleven months lo cover. It is estimated, therefore, that the shortage  would, hare been*, only'24,000,00*0 quintals and as 7,000,000 were bought  abroad, there remains needed 17,000,-  000 quintals.  But no difficulty is expressed as  the wheat exporting countries such  as Canada are believed to have a  surplus of 50,000,000 quintals above  the needs of Europe, where the. average shortage is 15 per cent.  If Yoa Have Neuralgia  >f  99  Apply Nerviline to the sore spot.  Notice .-the'warm glow that spreads  depeer and wider as Nerviline's soothing influence is carried deep into the  sore tissue. . How quickly the pain is  eased. In a little while you have for  gotten it, the soreness has. ^actually  gone. For Neuralgia, Sciatica, Rheumatism. Nerviline is a boon. Large  35c bottles.      Sold every where.  Bolsheviki. and the other ex-  will inevitably pull down the  ramifications.  f all these and other dire por-  .iusi grievance against the one hundred  folly of child labor to continue.'.'  fathers and  ia body for  And this paper might .hr.A-e added: "One million prospective  mothers of the next generation weakened, not alone in mind, bul  the discharge of their great God-given dunes and responsibilities."  Fortunately, conditions in Canada are vastly better and in these Western  Provinces compulsory school attendance laws, rigidly enforced, operate to  largely remove this child.labor menace. Nevertheless, cases are by uo means  lacking where parents strive on one pretext" or another to keep their children  ;rom school to do work abotu the farm or home. These short-sighted parents  seem fa ttsink the Immediate and rather puny labor of ihcir children is ot  greater value thin their permanenJ equipment for life's work and TtfEnre  (Citizen? hii*.  Where Learning Is Valued  It is the boast of the Winnipeg  Board of Tra-de that there are more  University students in Manitoba, "in  proportion to.ipopulation, than in any  other province of Qut-ibe-c,*** or any state  in the United Stares.  A GOOD MEDICINE  fl  Nothing can equal Baby's Own Tablets as a medicine: for 3ittle ones. They  are a laxative, mild but* .thorough in  action, and never faiT to relieve constipation, colic, colds and simple fevers. Once a mother has used them  she will use nothing else. Concerning them Mrs. Saluste Pelletier, St.  Damas des Aulaines!' Que., writes:."!  always keep h box of Baby's Own Tablets in the house:'"* They are the best  medicine 1 know,.of for little ones and  I would not be without Litem,-" The  Tablets are so Id" by medicine dealers  or b.v mail al 25 cents a box from The  Civilization '���������"���������-'-  What was on.ee the lower class is  gradually absorbing and identifying  itself with what was once the middle class. Ultimately, as social conditions improve siili further, if. will  proceed to identify itself with the  aristocracy. There, will no longer  be blue blood or *-nrrse������ blood or vcl***  low. The only blood that will run  in our veins will be the blood of a  free and competent citizen of a great  democracy. We shall, in other words,  have arrived at the exact position  reached by Athens i weiuy-five hundred years ago.-���������London li-aily Tdx-  ' press.*-,;,:'.-  Some people mind their own business only when they have nothing els**  t-o do. _  -  YARMQUTEI.  N.S.  Fishermen and Campers  Quick Relief  PUT  A  BOTTLE IN  YOtm OUTFIT.  immmmmMmt  miemz  igr   ���������~^sr  Dr. Williams'  Out.  Medicine Co.. Brockville.  Replenishing   Forests  UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you  are not getting Aspirin at all  For  Benedictine    Monks   Plant   Tr������������  Each One Cut      ���������  Denedic'llne    xriotiksi     I'or 010  yearn  have     heen     cultivating     one   of   1he  world's   linosi   forests., -    It   surrounds  ah    ancient     hermitage,    about    flti'ly  milt������s  southeast  of Florence,' Italy. A  report in an American forestry magazine hh>h Unit (his. Forest is as fine as  il  was nearly :i.0tJ0 years ago. though  lumber lias boentJaken out    of    it    in  great   muuni ii ies-.,       The   monks   plant  new trees as fast us* .they    cut    flown  old  ones,      Our  forests    are    rapidly  disappearing.   .  Unless     we    wunl , n  ireelesH America we, too, will have to  pkt.nl     a     i pee    ,for  eneli  one   logged;  Purest    destruction ,��������� la    our   greatest  wast e.���������Att rora Bern eon-News,  Accept   only  an   "unbroken   package."  of  "Bayer  Tablets  of  A,>pU iii,' *    *���������*,*������'11icii   Coil l.ti.i.j   u Ji\."v Ir'jl'i.i    'iliu   ixiiZC    V..*'OT."'������d    0*" t,    *3j  physicians during  22  years and   proved  safe  by millions  for  Colds Headache Rheumatism  Toot h ache N e u ralg ia Ne ti ri ti s  Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain  Handy "Bayer" bojcea of 12 fcahl.H*-��������� \\*t IwUhi of til ami MM> -nmi^UU.  Hmr-iri*. in i tin rr*.4- m������rk 4 r-'������i hi ������������������* r. ,1 l*������ J'-* a-l.it si. nr f.xn-r M.������rtiitf.ictfiM -,f Wissv..  +.Pb\l-'-\rn\.~t..v of Mmll^j/llrnrM. W'������.������*-- it l. wis Hifux/u mil ixmuum ������ti *������������.*-. ' i <���������*������������������������ '���������������  mnnutisi-.MtH. In a������mi#C tho fiiiUllt) rtiolrut li������nk������ *"rt*������iti������i. I-Vi '������'aM.**l..'i nT lln/rr ������? x-rnv-SJUSW.  ���������will   ~-~  ^:*i'.������'S'J   *w!t!*  thctf  e���������"������������������������)ru.l   i<-s>l.   ���������r������������'i.i"������.   I'ei   "������������*���������/������������������'(-  (>.������*,"  The Man With Asthma nlniosi, lon^s  for iUmiIIi fo end his -fluflferlwa;. He  se*.*iH iihinul only year** of eudlens *ujr-  nipnt wiUt Intorvuls of real, which tiro  themselves fraught with never ceasing  I ear <H renewed atlHclta, Lul. him  hint to Ur. ,T, D. Kellogg 'a Asthma  rtr-uui'dy 1*4tut know vvlml (romjiloto ro-  lief it ran nXvi" I,cl him bill use It  (���������������������������.ip until*-* tut.I he will flrttl I������!m uHlhntn  It  ititim id   the p;iHl.  ice fair to your loeul merehanlB,  Awk to -see IiIh ���������������?O0(:Ih and eotttluii'M  pain.1!! hefore ncntllnK your money 1o  lint >i)<-������ll oriler liottHca. Vou will Wild  Hint  It  pii.v.s,  ���������VI Innrrt'i  1  Ir*inv,tin .   itip.^rl  hy  Phy"s*~.i~**is~\  \V.     N.     U.     id I  This new  candy-coated  gum  delights  young and did  It "melts in your  mouth" and the gum in the  center remains to aid digestion,  brighten teeth'and soothe mouth  and throat.  There are the other WHIG LEY  friends to choose from, too:  "After  Every  Meal"  4  Uato.UuthJ^lltte^dh^. Jut-Mfejjfa^M^^-K^iitob,  i $%   ^m-w  w_wk_~____mmm  mmmmmam  . rj.<j_jF'-K"-tiM# qtj"i,-4i f'^yjgj^^i'l���������j,y'i^.,'",'yiit,j  mmmsmi~fi~i~m~mim^ mmmmmmm*  *: -���������*  jff  [j>  THKilEVliw. CRJESTON, B. C  ir Henrys ^Thornton ..  ,ppomterd New Head Of  WESTERN EDITORS  nadian If atioiia  embers,, pi   Lh������ -board, and .XprmaHy  thsolidaiing,'the;' Canadian Northern  Ottawa.���������Major-Gen. Sir Henry  Worth Thornton. K.B., general manager ol the{ Grerft.,Eastern Railway! of  Englaml; is'Jthe new head ofthe Canadian ���������Nfcui-ioiaaL "-Railways! An oi'-der-  in-council ^pointing him and other  sae  eohso  ���������and G-rand Ti'-dnfc lines inU> the .Canadian .Xationaf; Railway System, -'i>ass-  '-ed Lhe Cabinet> Council and" was -approved bZ ihe acting Governor-General.  Sir Henry was in Ottawa when  final arrangemcuts tor '-"his appointment were made. He will return almost ai once to Engiand 1o settle tip  his aifairs .there, returning to Canada  to-take over Ihe direction of the Na-~  lional System wjthin about a month.  In antreducing j< Sir Henry lo ihe  newspapermen^, Pre rbier -King pointed  out that the act provided that members of ihe board must riot be shareholders in, or connected wiih cfompan-  aes in any way dealing with tire railways in question or selling them supplies. This had been observed, said  the Prime Minister, both in reg.-.id to  the executive board and also in regard  to the other members of the board.  The Prime Minister also stressed the  fact that Sir Henry Thornton would  fee the man responsible for Ihe administration ot tho railways, ���������They would  be opeiated without any interference  from the Government and must be  kept ont bide ol" polities altogether.  A " contract was signed extending  over^hree years, under which he-is to  fce p������id $fiO,*000 ner annum. Clauses  Sn the contract, it was stated,-'''give  protection to, both the Government  and the new president and general  manager of the railways in" the event  of cither side wishing to terminate the  agreement before the end of three  years.  The- resignations of the existing  board of directors of the Grand  Tiunk System were accepted by the  Government and the new board was  appointed to administer the joint system. The board consists of the Tof,  lowing, in addition to Sir, Henry, who  3s president,.gZ Lhe system and chairman of the' board of-management:  Jolih H. Sinclair, K.C. of New Glasgow, N.S., former member ol parliament For AnLigonish.  Richard P. Gough, of the firm ol*  Sellers-Cough. Toronto 'and Montreal.  : James Stewart, oT,Winnipeg; I'driner  chairman oi-the Canada Wheats Board,  and now President of the .Maple Leaf  MillingX'ompany.  Ernest R. Decarry, ex-president ,o F  the Montreal civic committee, Montreal.  ; Frederick G. 'Dawson,.* wholesale  merchant oT Prince Rupert. B.C.  -Tom1 Moore, president of the Canadian Trades and Eabor Congress, Ottawa, representing^ labor.  -  Graham A. Bell, deputy minister oi"  railways.  Gerald-G.   Ruel,   general   managing  counsel.  A  Divorce  Granted  ��������� Alter many years of patient suffering, you can be divorced Irom cornsr  you can get rid ol them completely by  applying Putnam's Corn Extractor.  This wonderful old remedy acts in 24-.  hours, and never tails. Refuse a substitute and remember "Putnam's" is  1be onlv Painless remedy. - 25c everywhere.  BANDITS ADD  10 LIST OF GkIMES  W. Ash-field, fiditor and Proporietor oC  The Sun, Gr.enfeil,  Sask.  Destructive Forest Fires  Cause Immense  Loss  In Northern Ontario  Disastrous Floods lit Bengal [j, several smiriIer ])laces north of  Toronto.���������Haileybury, North Cobait  Thousands  Are  Reported  Drowned  in  Affected Area  Ildndon.���������A terrible loss of life has  heen taken by the recent flood in Bengal, says a Reuter cable from Calcutta.  It is impossible to estimate th*������  extent of the disaster at present, but  from the fact that an important junction'point was for days inundated By  five to ten feet of water while crowded ^with refugees from surrounding  villages, which.had' been completely,  destroyed, it seems probable that in  the whole affected area several thousand people have been drowned.  An outbreak of cholera is adding fo  MAKE GETAWAY AFTER RUNNING  GUN .F4GKT  WITH   POLICE  PATROL  Regina���������Bandits operating in Souths-  ern   S&skatchpwan added murder and  two   robberies.., to    the    long   list    of  crimes now placed    to    their    credit,  when   Paul   Mattoff,   an   employee   of  the Regina  Wine and     Spirits     Company, was shot and instantly killed in  the C.P.R. station at Bientait.  While- his companions cowered under the menace of threatening guns,  $6,000 in cash was removed from the  pockets of the dead man. The murderers fled eastwai-d in a big Cadillac  car. On the road, between Hirsch  and Frobisher they overtook and pass-1  ed the police patrol car. While the  cars passed, shots were rained on the  bandits from rifles and revolvers carried by 1he police patrol, and the tunning gun fight was continued until 1he  lobbers were out ot range.  Within a short time the same crew  is believed to have held up and robbed.  a rum running truck at Roche Percee,  on the international "boundary. It is  the same liquor, it i.s claimed, for  which Maltoif was accepting payment  when killed.-  Husband and Wife  t  Near!j Dead Withjthe oimcultles otth* Nation  CHOLERA  "Cascarets" 10c  The chief symptoms of cholera are ���������  vomiting, and purgings occur either I  simultaneously or alternately, and are :  usually sudden and very violent, and j  the matter ejected from the stomach I  has a bilious appearance and a nasty 1  bitter taste. >  On    the    firsft symptoms appearing,  Dr.  Fowler's  Extract   ol  Wild  Straw-!  berry should be taken, and the trouble ]  checked  before it  becomes  serious.     (     Clean your bowels!       Feel" fine!.  Mrs.     Isaac     Smith,     CampbelKon,        When   you   feel  -sick,   dizzy,   upset,  N.B.,  writes:���������"We   have   been using 1 when your head is dull    or   aching, or  Dr. Fowler's   Extract  of  Wild  Straw- j y������ur  stomach  is   sour  berry for cholera.      My husband and , take OBS or lv*0 Cascarets to relieve  I were pretty nearly dead with it un-    constipation.        Xo        griping���������nicest  laxative-cathartic on earth for grown-  For-  Sluggish   Liver  or   Constipated  Bowels  ���������s^aaS-t**; o ��������� ������i iii'iHiiii >4**K������������ n<mn������i  THRACE HANDED  OVER TO TURKEY  til we started to use your medicine,  and thanks to it, we have found great  relief and are recommend!"** it~**'rfc a"*"  our friends."  77    gears'   reputation stands behind '  "Dr. Fowlers,"' therefore >ou are not  experimenting with some new and untried remedy when you get it.  Price, 50c bottle; put up only by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  upa and children,  like- candy.  tliese points have been wiped out by  forest fires, which have reached great  proportions. Great destruction has  been caused throughout the entire  country^, accoi'ding fo advices received from Cobalt.  It is understood that Heaslit and  Elk Lake, two srualL mining towns, are  among the places destroyed by the  flames.  _As far as can be learned by telegraph and' telephone communication  with points within reach of the fire  zone, the fires sprang up in the bush  within a radius of -60 miles, between  Cobalt and Dane, which is 160 miles  north oE North Bay; and were joined  bv js stroB**" wind, at a'^oini. half wav  between these two towns. Within  the territory threatened with extinction are the thriving towns of Cobalt,  Haileybury, Englehardt, New Lis-  keard, Charlton, Uho Park, Earlton  Junction and Elk Lake.  Haileybury has a population "of  about 4,000; New Liskeard has about  2,000; Englehadrt about 1,500; and  Elk Lake about 1,000. These populations, with those of the smaller districts" affected, are estimated to com-  pilse a total of 25,000 persons. It is  estimated that there is a population  or 75,000 north of North Bay.  Over 5,000 people  have been  rend-  or  gassy,  just \ ered   homeless.       The  loss   of  life  Is  considerable and the property loss will  obviously  run  into   many   millions  of  dollais.  .0*4.*  '  10c a box.      Taste  Bar Womeai From Pulpit  Prefers Sea to Politics  Paris.���������Admiral Coundouriotis has  lefused the Greek premiership according to,a Havas despatch from Athens.  When approached in regard to the  matter the former minister of marine  replied that he preferred fo remain in  command of the-navy.  RUN DOWN       i         ���������   .,  Lydia   E.   Pinkham'a   Vegetable Compound Helped  Where Other Medicines Failed  Y^ncouvcr, B. C���������- "I. took Lydia Ef.  Pinkham's   vegetable   Compound   because I was tired and run down.    I  liad  headaches  and  no  appetite and  was   troubled   for   two   years,   with  sleeplessness,     I   tried   many   medi-v  clnea hut  nothing  did  me any  real  ���������good.    While I was living In Washington    I   w������r   recommended   by   a  frlen d   to   take  the \ Vegetable  Com- r  pound.    I am Stronger and feel fine  since   then, and  am   able  to do  my  housework.    I am'* willing for. ������������������ you-House these facts as it testimonial."���������  .Mas, J. C. aiiEA-VES,. 771 Hornby St.,  Vancouver, British Columbia.  '.  Many women keep about thoJr worlt  when  It Is a great effort because Uk*  work must bo done.    Lydia EJ. Pinkham's     Vegetable     Compound    .haft  brought relief to thousands of tired  housewives by removing the troubles  which cause annoying symptoms,  If you aro suffering from nervous*  ness. headache and backache, pains*  in right or left side, tired and rundown. feellngH, take Lydia B*. Plnk-  hnm'H   Vegetable  Compound.  SUCCESSFUL   ISSUE   OF   CONFERENCE   IS   LOOKED   FOR  -London.���������The Allies have agreed to  return Thrace to the Turkish army in  30 days.  ������������������������������������ ' ���������'"���������^    '  . News received th at M. Fran klin-  'Bouiiion. the French envoy, and  Hamid Bey, the- Nationalist representative, has decided to return to Constantinople from Mud ahia immediately, strengthened the hope of the tmc-  cessful issue of tiie conference.7  The delegates agreed to establish a  definite line of '/demarcation between  the British and Kemalist forces in the  Chahak zone." The space between  ���������the opposing forces will be Rumcient  to place therh, out of rifle shot, thus  lessening the danger of immediate  conflict.      , *  ������������������.  A message from -Athens says that  the Greek Government -has ordered  general mobilization 'of the classes, of  ~917,, and 101,S. Jt."has also cancelled  all leave.     \  Turks Withdrawing  London.���������A special dispatch from  Angora says that orders have been issued to the Turkish military commanders to evacuate the neutral zones  in Asia Minor immediately. The  Turkish cavalry has already begun to  withdraw from the Dardanelles section.. ���������  Will    Not    Be    Permitted    to    Become  Pastors  of   Methodist  Churches  Toronto.���������Once again ihe women  have"lost out in their efforls to gain  admittance to ihe Methodist ministrv.  By a vote of 17 to 16, the discipline  committee of the general conference  decided against recommending their  admission to the p'ulpits bt The IVfeth- {������������������  odist Church. -".-.- -j-  t'here were three -women on the  committee, and thej- put up a vigorous fight to" allow the women io become' pastors.  One of the arguments against women becoming ministers advanced  be Tore the committee was ihat ii  would tend lo "rob the cradle."  Find Lost Document  London.���������The Athens correspondent  of the Times says ihat Constantine's  act of abdication has been found in  the possession of his aide, Col. Nicol-  aide. It will be published immediately.  Give your local merchants a chance.  Buy at home.  ,sii<WiDrS!W  llliiiilf  m    tm   Jhb8    E^^ ASm   H^ffl A      ^-  ^s^   vof __\^^     IZ^m   m^  ^i)TfpFj  MAY ADOPT POSTAL AREAS  PLAN FOR DIVISION OF CANADIAN  CITIES INTO ZONES TO  EX..  PEDITE SERVICE  Ottawa.���������Plans lor the division or  lhe, largei Canadian cities into poatal  areaa, fillowing the: system ih. 'vogue  In tli(3 larger European cities."' were  submitted at the closing sitting or. the  conference .of Dominion postal officials.   Z'' ��������� '������������������������������������-*  K. J. Underwood, chief of the post  pfllce division, postal service brancVli,  Ottawa, who submitted the scheme,  argued 1 hat by the adoption of po������tal  nreas, flollvery of rnnll would be expedited, \  ^.Postal officials from Calgary, Vancouver, Winnipeg, London and Hamlt-  ..;;���������.;.*.'it,���������  <on did not think   dlvlBlon   of   their  JiiBt beftTinUmlnd7h^^ |mKta! 0l,?aa cou,<! bo un,,ov-  been used hy women for nearly fifty*  ypttrH. Tliat Ib a long record or uerv-  icb, nnd Stands upon tho foundation.  ������**! mmlt.  mm       ������  ..������.i������w..i..i..i i      m....-..m...   . _ in ii ii ii..;.  W.    Nf.    U.    1441  <������ke������i with advantage at the present  time. In tlV^wcotera cJtien, piutlcu-  lariy where (development;'waa rapid, 11  w.th,    iUtiitlL-i,    UHtpH,   Wi)ll\-j.i   fimOkly     i4<-i  out of date nnd have to be revised.  'ffl&"|.  hWfP^*___t\mm^St  /^Zi/i^jii^i'^-'t  Special Care of Baby*  That Baby should have a bed of its own all are agreed. Yet it  is more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-ups thau to use  a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of  that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Neither would  be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases.  Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must be  prepared with even greater care than. Baby's food.  A Baby's Btomach when in good health is too often disarranged  by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving  to your -.Muz chili! any thine but a medicine especially prepared  for Infants and Children ? Don't be deceived.  Make a mental note of this:���������It is important, Mothers, that  you should remember that to function, well, the digestive organs of  your Baby must receive special care. No Baby is so abnormal that  the desired results may be had from the use ol medicines primarily  prepared for grown-ups.  MOTHERS SII0UID READ THE DOOKtET THAT 1. AROUND EVtHY fiOTTLC OF KETCH EPS CASTORIA  |ji������������MUiMC   ^L_~ _____ ^Ej  i  a   u. ES S J~~\    ���������J4l-.lfl#.Jk VS������  Bears tlie Signature of  tJv������n������Ht dfiriy tnt \H7r������pn.������>*-f\,,  THI  CKH.r*U)W COMPANY,   KfM  ������CNK CITT.  MjWgMjUMigj \  T$-*-  THE  CBESTON  REVIEW  Local and Personal  Fob Sale-  Li ne.  -Piano.      Applv to  Mrs*  Jock Osborne was a visitor with  Nelson friends a few days the fore  part of the week.  Hats remodelled and done over.  Mrs. M. Young.  Sacking twine* suitable for sacking  t-qmatoes at 45c. per lb. at Mawson  Brothers.  Mrs. Ted Swanson of Penticton is a  visitor here at present wiih her sister,  Mrs. E. Ryckman.  liv  We ran tke Pick of the Pictures only  GRAND THEATRE  Regular Prices  l! ' 5  tSL~~  r^HBilf ffi$g  1****3  1  The Blast of the Bugle!    The Shrieks of the Throng I  The Clang of the Gong!    The Snap ofthe Barrie*!  They're Off!  All the frenzied thrill of the race track on-'Derby Day���������all the color  of jammed grandatahd and packed betting rings.    If you like  melodrama loaded with thrills and packed with romance,  don'tfail to see the great sporting ^classic���������  ^���������V-  SEE!  The great horse racel  Society flocking to the track I  The desperate aeroplane flight!  The break-neck auto dash I  The gun fight   in   a   gambling  palace.  The jockev who sells out his boss.  The loyal stable boy!  The youth in the clutches of an  adventuress !  The clean up on a long shot!  The plot to frame the race..!  Fok -Sajts���������Quebec heater* large  size, in good shape, $10. Capt.  Crompton  Onston.  Christ Church I������adies' Guild ar-  nounce their annual bazaar for srriday,  December 1st* an the Parish Hall.  M. J. Argue of the Beattie-Oatway.  Ltd., storereturned on Monday from  a two weeks1   business   trip   to   Van  couver.     - -  Mr. and Mrs. Heath. Mrs. Brickson  nitd Miss Dobbin, who have been visitors here, returned   to  Invermere   on  Sunday.  Fob Salts���������Vapor bath cabinet new;  double wooden bedstead with good  springs and mattressV Enquire Review Office. y  The F. U. Jackson store on "Wilson  Ave. is.again occupied, a firm opening  out there this week with a, second  hand store.  The Junior Guild of Christ Church.  Creston* are giving a silver haiiowe'en  tea on Saturday, Oct. 28th, 3 to 6 p.m.,  in the Parish Hall.  Mrs. Ray Chrislef arrived on Satur-  dav  from   San Francisco.  Calif., and  will spend an - extended   visit with her:  mother, Mrs./Ryckman. *  Drawing for the SingeV- sewing-machine ' being raffled in aid of the Tall  fair takes places on-Sat urday evening*  Oct. 28th.   Buy your tickets early.  Potato harvest is now under way at  all points in th������f Valley and despite  the dry season an average yield of at  least nine tons to the acre is reported.  Beattie-Oatway, Ltd., have a full  stock of haiiowe'en novelties, including invitations, place cards, favors,  nut cups, and figure and cutout novelties.  j.The sacrament of tbe Ijord's Supper  wiU be dispensed in the Presbyterian  Church next Sntiday at 11a.m. Pre-*  para tory service on Friday evening at  8 o'clock. . ������������������-'���������'  H. A. F>fe, who has b-^en on the  Bank of Commerce staff-for almost  the past year, has been transferred to  Cranbrook, and left for that town on  Tuesday.,  Wenter Veoetabijes���������Carrots, $2  sack; TurmpSs su.fiQ sacks Cabha-are.  S3 per 100 lbs.; Parsnips, S3 per"100  ibs.; Celery, 5c. Phone or call. F*  B. Pearce. Creston.  Mrs. Henderson and Mrs.  James are  _;������������������ ~m .0  ..:��������������� XL���������...    i~-     ..:-������   _~\~������   a.r-���������   *r������   -^iiiii^ a, oincr tea   in >.*n.iu  in    mc nca-  byterian Ladies" Aid at the home* of  Mrs. Henderson. 3.30 to 5.30 Saturday  afternoon. Oct 281 h.  R. S, Beyan was yesterday notified,  of another cu't ..of; $50. in the pric������������,.of  tFord^cars,' making; the touring Ford,  -with electric  light and starter available at Creston at .S683  Potatoes���������$30 a. ton, %or gl;75 per  sack in five sack lots,, if deliyery in  taken direct from the field. JDigging  now under way. .Phone your orders  to Frank Putnam, Erickson.  Strictly fresh;eggs are rather a  scarce commodity at present and as a  .consequence the price of hen fruit has  risen to 45 cents a dozen. Dairy butter has also advanced to 40 cents a  pound.   .     ���������   X      '"  Blue prints of alt the lands to be  offered at ithe sale of of Government  lands at Creston oh Monday can he  seen afc the postoffice, at the Review,  or provincial police McLaren at the  courthouse. .  Mrs. Joe Atkinson got back from  Cranbrook on Stjnday where she had  been called to be |fith her brother who  a few davs previous had undergone an  operation for appendicitus at St. Eugene hospital,     yy-.  E:*" Cdlten- cashier at the Bank of  Commerce is back at work after a two  weeks' holiday at his home in Fernie.  Indian summer weather conditions  still prevail, and even the old timers  are hard pressed to recall a fa!! when  climatic conditions were quite as ideal  as those,obtaining this year.  For the November session the Women's Institute are shifting the nlace of  meeting to the Parish HalL Now  there is no piano in the Speer's Hall  musical features are out of the question, hence the shift.  H. Bleumenauer, who until recently  was in charge of the Beattie-Oatway  drugstore, was married at New Denver  on Wednesday, to Miss Alwin. They  will reside at Cranbrook, where Henry  is now employed at the Beattie-Noble  drugstore.  Miss Irene Brown, who has been  waitress at Mrs. Hayden's white lunch  restaurant, wasv taken to" the Nelson  hospital the latter part of the week,  where she underwent an operation for  appendicitus, and is making a very  satisfactory recovery.  The Banff orchestra were unable to  play their opening dance^ engagement  "at the Grand " Theatre ballroom on  Wednesday night, but to prevent any  dissappointment Creston orchestra"  took the dance, with quite a good  turnout for the event.  Jimmy Lockhead made quite a  rpminent showing, atr- the running  orse races at Bonners Ferry fair on  the 7th, riding the winner in both the  pon.* s^d fE'ee^fopts������31 , Events. ��������� Joseph,  one of the Creston Indians, also rode  the jtvinner in tne derby race.  According to Norman Moore, district forester of ."Cranbrook," who was  here on official business on Mondav.  there were 235 forest fires in East  Kootenay this year, but fully 60 per  cent, of them were handled, without  loss or cost to the1 department.  Frank Ebbutt. who has been engaged all.summer on geological survey  work ������n the far north, has been offered and has accepted a position on the  staff of the B.C. University at Vancouver, in the geological section and  commenced his duties at the beginning  of the ween. ''���������'".  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, OCT.  ORESTON  8 a.m. --    7.30 p.m.  22  hi  '  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL,  Rogers' Golden  S-lb. PAIL  ai;  A~l 0. ��������� , t_~   with ���������  w*������S  .*fS530ui**Gj7 ������-fT3SjT tti-OT^vf"  ror Cooler Weather  A shipment of Jaegar All-Wool Goods from England  Boys'Coat Sweaters, size 26, 3.00;size 28, 3.25; size 30, $3.50  the ji-ootenay Kiver ferry, the  monthly return showing .that ferry-  n Lockhead made% a total of 708  round trips, carrying lust a few over  1400 passengers. 883 double ri^s were  transported, as well as 69 single vehicles and 160 autos Sundays being particularly heavv davs for motor traffic.  "Two Kinds of Women" is the film  attraction at the Grand to morrow  night. This is the first Robinson-Cole  picture ever presented here and Grand  patrons will be introduced to anew  list of screen artors of a very high order. The cbniedy will- also be of the  same high class, Harold Lloyd' being  due to appear in his scream, "Get out  and Get Under.," .��������� '     "  "'  ~r ���������*���������  The childen's service "at; Christ  Church on Snnday afternoon -was well  attended, Kev. H. Varley delivering  a short practical address and music  suitable for such an occasion being  provided. The offering was taken in  eggs and no less than 17������ dozens of  them were contributed by thi^ youngster-, the'eggs being sent >td the chiK  dren's Ward of the Nelson hospital the  following day.  Magistrate Mallandaine on.Tuesday  finished up the hearing of. cases  against the Wvnndel ranchers  charged with setting out fires to burn  their strawberry .mulch in -oohtraven  tion of the Forest Act. The.'casea  against Pasel Ofner and Carl Carlson,  were withdrawn, but Carl Wigen was  assessed $10 and costs. The charge  against Peter Andestad. heard two  weeks ago, on which judgment was  reserved, was dismissed at this week's  sitting of the court. The end of the  litigation, however, is not yet. as the  conviction against Monrad Wigen  will be appealed, the case to be argued  taefore Judge Forin at Nelson, early  next month.  NOTICE TO  GOAT   OWNERS  In     selecting:    these,   week-end  specials our aim is to always  rfiPer "something in   everyday  use.  For   the   home   with   a  family,  particularly,   what   could   be  more  timely   than   the   well-  known-Sogers Syrup at such  an attractive price.  All our other prices are on a pair  ���������S-ff    v~r~r������~,9-w ���������   a������m ���������  w������/v4-;  ���������VV M%J~~~_.  vuio������  Attain  dealing with us regularly you  ar������ certainly losing money.  Belter  Ssrciei  BROTHERS  Lower  Prices  Children's Sweaters  Size 20, in white, saxe and navy $1.50  Size 22, in saxe, navy and brown  1.75  Size 24, in brown, navy and saxe  2.00  Size 26, navy and brown  2.25  Size 2R, navy and brown    2.50  Size 30, navy and brown  2.75  Size 32, navy and brown   3.00  Men's Sweaters and Sox  Men's Sweater Coats, in grey and  heather 6.d0 and $ 7.50  Men's Sleeveless Sweaters L.  5.o<K  Men's Heather Sox .75c. and 1.00  Men's Black Cashmere Sox.;75c. ������fe 1.00  Men's   Black   Sox   in  Silk   Embroidered  ,.,  1.25  Ladies' Hose in  black, brown  and heather miture.  Jr\. JitlC"    te^<fHV*    Jrilini    HL _ (||t1|C> m*S*J| 'M"'(jP^*ff*S      E TH f>������WS^Wt    ������    _~t W*S1 Mff_i4_f___~A   J-fc'WlCJ     mF^VtMS*'S-a~  B    ViCtj*  Purebred  Toggenburg Buck.  at Stud  Local Does, $3.    Does, per Express  (prepaid) $5,  P. G. EBBUTT,  ORESTON.  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