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Creston Review Oct 13, 1922

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Array l^'rf;-*.^  y-jy  resident at Porthiil. where he  ins on a legging contract with  ���������0^-- ****���������*..: ���������***.���������������*���������*"*������������*���������'.*���������.*" '   ***   ���������-**������������������*���������**" ��������� ..,_--���������.-%....    ...,..-.���������  -6orsMie*;i;  that were showing irfgna of going bad,  ^hite nsab'y Of tSss Wu^ers werakept  of tha SricltsOn.app^; it*   revealed   is������f~  ''' listyiar?*^^  Doukhobors at  Grand   Forks  offered  !W*lw*vw$j^^  ^���������'^8s"N^i^ai^^*^-^^e'a^  visitor at the Clark hfwiie at Erickt  ������.xi  ?"i-'  :~.%^'.'  ::i^liwji^^^|^^;:^^^|^*^lsp^:by^  fjfll ffrpm n, ladderTvhile picking_apple^  -"at;f|K^^  |:bi!|^;-*5^i^  :;-*is||^ia|^  hatchihg*eggs arui day old:chicks next  ;*j&ie^^  ...-thi**.;!!^^  *������gj^rbd.aciHb^  ;:,'; -��������� ** "^^k^^  Nellie Chalmers at tneVchoblhoiise on  -������������������- * - * * '���������'���������^^^yj^j^.^^^y-'-''-' ���������-'"  Mr. and^-^fMre.   Ernest  Geroux   are  on a visit to liis parents; Mr. an^d  (M&Z&^GesoinxZ  ?y-'m^P:y     ,.,..   JMr. and Mrs. RobiiTard wero visitors  ^ the Kifcchener^Hotei on  SMiy '-and ;Mra.;;Ifei^^  yfi&yltip^^^  Kant ^tw^n t^ihs on Sunday.  ' "''������������������*."��������� ~ ,>���������-.*'"'*.   y'-';-? --���������������������������P..": '">���������*-- -V ������������������"��������� '���������'-������������������?'- -'v --^Z !Z'Z������Z %!*������������������/���������.������������������ '.'������������������}&'���������     *,'  Mroy'ballJM*^  sBy^erb-^it*^^  ^he^aypfrJasti*^  hibition.  qy>aKi-:; fcae^layer*:^  ��������� ���������   -;.-. . ������������������*������������������*_���������*'���������';���������: v ���������-���������".'' .���������^" - .���������**."*"*ir*r>rS;*'<v*;-:Vy.-.1-'*. z -y^y^ysZi?--'"*���������������*.zyy'-y-'s  inUSlC.      -���������"   :* :  ' -:~Jrr.rj.r.r-Jr:.... JJ?Lj::r:'~r>r:-rjr~:rJi..  -.r- vk  .f<^r  _ it the  United Farsners* meeting on  Fridav nights with President Powcra  ' in.;ii;tl������e* iZ^hmr^Zi-WZ'^^ W^^h'v������^Z-$^  \Bp|ag$!i^������^$  " ^^^0^y^^0iMi^^i  in*^t^*^^5pded.  | ,**i,--,;���������.,:*.>: ** 7....,*.*.:**.~*w^^  iS*ft>  *#������r w  v The jRsigj^est carload off apples e-sar  J-..* ;*:,;*Messi������*;:^^  :^ ."."  |������ng.(itae>;^^  *"''���������'������������������ , place, the ^We being p^  ���������       ,StapIest:F$i|gI^  '''ftieti&lSQifr  rWa{<ner������^Bsid Jonathan, and the fruit  ���������was loaded loose liKe^grain or coal, the  Prank Putnam and BB. Staptes ranch  saptklyinfrthe apples.^-7^rwill|W::re*'  called that a year 'ago these same  ���������*, gentlemen^utchii)9edm elijghtly Fniall  ' or quantity of these i^m6 ynrietie^  and shipped them in tho isanie^uihblei  fashion^.   Mr. Wurz   stated   that; th|  ��������� .     :.   ���������       '       '  '''        * '   ' "*���������  ���������'���������*���������*���������' 'J'-'--- ''r ���������'-'" '��������� ������������������'��������� V    Z,  ?i. .v  ' *iin'     .   i 'ii11, :i" "lanrn ' .~ \?.   .  ���������vv *���������  6RAKD THEATRE  Y  f3"  WILLIAM EMERSON  "in     *; ''  .r-.l,  X.  omanc  A fl-rcel Comedy Drama  of a young fellow who  trios to selllifo insurance  in Bunkonia, in the Car-  Hboan Sea, and is a roar  *; maker f$f?m start to finish.  Christie Gofoedy.   Nbws Rm!  -^"���������'\*~'*,^^'*'*^'^^?-*'ip',V*-^_*i"^~-''  l"t'rf%**'jj'*^  ^**S:A:  Mr. s.nd Mrs. Hunt and ������������;������s Sunter  ;#^ *. wwfe^d:'*^8ii<^  el Handlers' m SZtwrS  f^ags^trate MaUandaino disposed of  ���������& '" '""J" '"  gainst  'ttfSBOX^^  ment  an  tad -^sase., >On;TaeBday-tthe courf^ill  :sit,-*^ain-^^OTg^^  .to ap^pear,;::f*i^hile���������tfi^^FpreiSfe^: Act is  quite clear that burninR shall not be  done, according to the NoaiouR Weeds  Act the farmer ia*,compelled to do  burning off this sort. Matt. ^Happen'.  andJMonrad Wipfen are con vie ted and  0ned $10 and costs. -';>*;*/ltVnOy������*; seents  HBfettain that no matter, what decisions  the locHl^m������gi������tra<^ gives the peases  ..)vUl.,,rbe ,a^e^ed,:V;;Jb*.'rB*.::;^a^ ���������  peats on behalf o������������he rahchtre, while  Noiman Mom*ij:di8ii4������^":i^i^t������r of  ^ranbrooii,^: lifZZ *������iid*^^jj|?t||_|R.:vbwn'!  prosecutions.." Z' .Z Z"i 'iiZMi'Z   ��������� ���������I.'.i^HWPlJWLM  FALL FAIR COP WINNER J.  *0m  ,!^'ia^&t*v3S:*il!tii~v.'.'if'j!;t." ������������������^-iS6js^^s^^'V������,&B^5^-4'-*^*^ii*P^"!,^S'-"  ev������nly divided.    S. ^smons aerain  captiired M E|oa,r^?i$Z*^eHB������p  ���������**.* ��������� _r. -j-������y- zt^-^yjyy^y-yi :r.'>-:^gi^$0.'^-r3j^zyr  fry the best collection of yegetebles,  while^.^Ii6ms:������-^tileiob^wfatfr:.i^^  ^\v%^������;''^*S*i.^'.'iv'**" v:?r/���������#?'���������);-���������*y^^%.,^;1;i;^'.'������^>^v^^ ������������������:3^:x--v-'!-:  seoond on collisotion waQ.proraineBt  With   watermelon;   citron and ' ca-  ;******M^J4^.fe:*a*s^i!w^ i-*  '---'��������� ������������������������������������ '��������� '���������'���������   : ... . r-y*y&smiPi&tm^  ^v������b iju coo otii^ooi^^jasse^ tne wet  ���������?weat,��������� -* '*wr--*--~x**!-~~-~-~---i������0f -���������-.  tlw|t  spite   ���������. nesday ^.~~.  :.,J ������j4--!x-.-^y '������������������'-. i'******'?*?**;^;i!^*^������V--*^*������f:"!*.*';;!V-   the bringing  in of Hveetock.      In  trmp-tjeg??.  ���������-���������������������������'���������'���������'tS&l?  i34jSi  ^^|^lflei^^|^^^fp^l������  try, With tb^iosip^ in this class  took home firsts oij his Barred rock  IljiBterHDai  cup5^fol|i$i^  i**;>';iS!!l**S;  V*roM^-**'r**rjawi^*r,'.s;|(a������?������ir^:  '.������������������*_.* -.j ;^������-*-^*i*''*!n*^**������������**--*-vK?-a:ai^Csdts5^:s^?f,ir������.t!  fpjen^p^i||j^og^ik:?|is  I^lra���������awel^a3rlr*������������������-&^'-- -   ���������  bor*  >**^*'������TnL:UI/^* fcS''**!"'-i^*^*������S>:*^^H*>YW^-,*P������^ ���������>*:���������'������������������ =-^ ������������������:������������������.*- - >i������������i;;' ������������������**    .���������>>*v-?*-:-*";*-"r.'-E*^ ���������r~^m.'^i^:--rrr.���������.....,.::  ;.:.i^r  ���������-^J^^^k!^*^^^1'*'-'*^^*^'^^^^^^  ;?<,:*^  ^i*j**m*r7gi*.*\^^^^T^-.p*!������*5k������.*ii:SyssW  cumbers, on all  of wm  prbmirieiifc vegetable exhibitor arid  _,^ , ;_._,_ ___ pK^*eaf������������  home four red tickets witb his pickling onions,   turnips and   parsnips,  ���������~-.-y-  on   m  &.  ^-.-^.���������^"Ut*:?:^  carrots,  nmirirows.b-hd^  %"3^iib: B<w&rfi~~i������<&Zw  to' >tob". Jit^el^abE^  ������ves^  ^^|^;^al!^-|Mr&: ;zlS^zi0^0^i  |*ouS|h^: :preittner"' eyeiifei  y^e^^r Sc^le*^ou|^R]h^  apd .another   prominent exhibitor  iwasMre. R. S. Smith whose ff?adi-  ,ia^|^������^n^sf:we1^*?:  ^i^s^WiyZiWzyiiZZm^^zZ^Mmz  iawasllla^isitbie;;;  ,ii-J������0^^  /���������*rS,"'*f'*,*J   "*;     ���������'.*,_    V'-- ;',-, ���������.   ��������� ���������: ".-;���������"���������       ������������������-������������������   v-^-f  . .,v.,.., ^    ^................",'.. ;o^lb:t^rbp^|-*' *':  p*ons*^a������e3a?|^ ^  *^:*;*^Q^^!|������n^3^tOTal^^  is: ���������,^li-K|j|r^^^%i^fii^^  thei firiibi^talmenVbff theirrpdh3^^h^ ' *v  _ igcrew^*iaiFb:"'~J  on  road, and^ travelling on that highway  ?yZyyL.n--:-:rJ^:::~:;rrr-*  Samaeison is  the  foOt a  work a few  WZ.  *gl^en|^������S  tbe a������e while at;  vmp?  -S.&Ov  yz^P  A."-* .';r*.*3j  zZZ^^^ZiZZyyZZiZZiZz  '^ii^^a^z^^^^^^WiM  ~^S!^0^^iq~l .lihe 'MJ^ZZyZ-  W^^^^00m$^^&m^W-i  ^''~~^''^'W^^ iii   *��������� '~'^SE'- ��������� Vaim^^V'lirtrfii:!:^'' 'jMj+-a~m~~am'*~i~---i-~.- .-ZZ  q-.*;* '-J^^*fc*J^c -^^r -*** VM?~   __ ^jCkipbbE^  ^^^r::^PyXi-ZL'f'y'J:SZZi'~  l*;^ib.^&l^;T^w|^j^in;^  winv^was  ��������� ���������/���������^���������"Wpeers1* .:*:Cu������>���������Pive:.  bbxes   *.*ofiv'.  ^ttjpplPBr-Pt^; .Truscott,'';:;.*'' ,.\'r ;.;";  ZZ- Canyon City Lumber Company;  fctd** Oii^Tfiree boxes of applfs-^-  .*;W.'''J.' iVuacott.     ��������� ��������� ���������.-'Zj'Z  HayeH'Cup���������-Best box off Apples  in ohbw^^^if.T^uiicotti^ ."  Mawson    Bros;    Cup���������Box   pf  peais���������Al. B. ArobitMilcl.   -  ���������'���������'���������><3ed, JohnsonCiuvr-Geneital'P'iw^i  peso team���������ij. Ef. .0ook;'>       ^  V-      . ' ). '. " '     ��������� ��������� ���������-  '���������.���������"'���������������. ���������   ��������� * 'm-\- y   *m, m'y ' r\ .  *"  Bank off Oommerce  Oup--Da {ry  Qpw���������W, ^al. Crawford;    Z>r"  Col*.   liister    Oup���������trtility    pen ,  poultry���������Jub. Adlard. S-  i .      ,..., . .,*. .* ..>. *'*   , |(.,  W. V. Jackson Oup-rBeat male  bird In show���������Mrs. Fred Powers. ;,  -Board off Trade Cup���������Oolleotion  off vogotiibles���������B. $iminons.  '���������������������������'.. *  Chicken Supper at Canyon  The [*adiesVAidjQff Canyon City will  hgjld d chicken supper and  entertutn*  ment on Friday, October 27th.,   Sup  per will be (served  at 7 p.m. nrortipt,l|  and,concert toiitart at 0.   Admission||  to chppep and entertainment 75 cents  to adusto, nn-i 2S CBZ-ts. to cLS3^i:'<'n of  school   nge.     Children   under   school  iiffe, ffree,   ProceedB In, aid off chmch  building, y, x  while  '���������a^^jijZi^^^^^l^l^^if.  ^hb''*1*)^ 'v&a ihrxky lol^ .and^Jybib  3ilyeswiiire.;for :th*^;*^st*;lKa:A  bf*;������ippliM^ ;  to the cup winnings being that al������  most \withont exception the Z Delicious figured ������?xelu8ively iii. adV ifcliie  eiip competitions. zyiiPy'i?'Z:y'ii.Z:Lfiji:}  Mr. Q^^win's winnings inolud-  ^^et^flbbx ���������; 'IhiiZ of Mcintosh  Hed, first and second in Delioious  arid the best colored box in the  show. Mrs. J, W Hamilton scored  tirsts and seconds in the Wagner  ^nd.;,;; Ontario. : M.-. B; Archibald  "tb'bk.'hopi& the l^aWaoii.^dup^ .for  box/'of,;;;. pears, ��������� -. ��������� wh^ev:������tomyv Mo6n  was the bi������ winner in' plums as  well as peaches, ���������'���������.'.,,*������"  >:'��������� ^hb Juvenile saotton.;j'W<w the  biggest in a "nu mber of years, with  a,"preference for' tiooking. Tilly  ���������JSTiokel with firsts on lemon pie and  biins, and; Lily w* Wilspn^.^ithi* th$  same showing on mit loaf an<f tin-  derskirt were fcho mpstv ppominent.   ~u  Hiwre. YO0"DcMtie  V������oilir Duty to ,  Yourself and .  H  M'M  .. .my??  tea-B-  r'-JZ' ,i*i.������:?*i;>fe:.-.J*?;ri.-tj' *��������� r??*~:>i "' ���������"IrSJi.-iiV:;* 'gg-i-rTi?:   ^OM^  ���������'���������feraiSia^i8&';;ti^*'^*^Minii^^i^  i ������.,J^. -*,  *-^- ^ ^        -ul.^ ���������   xii--'*':- '^^^x^r~rm^.~~? ^^ ���������^ .^ -**- "J'yj^r i'.*^"^^^1^*^* ���������' ^m..^^ ^r ^^^^^^^^ ^,.    i  nigbt- si ���������?lsich. the feature? ��������������������� tb&  ^���������^^^1i^^0^^^W^^-:  '-&fmi^b^^ictuip|������a^  ���������r*.^."   ^:J. '"���������'i.y~1-*>-'-ia_~' Jm*   '���������    "        '    "*"     "~   "   *-"" "*       -     ���������     '- i-.-mM...  .      m.   ..   ._.  ���������way^'atiMd ineana of/securingioiie, and.  ���������Jj^*h*&iily^^;dfli^nat^Ei^Mi?^^ -PZZ: iiZiZZzt  3t������rkj^_i_^r3ir&:-:r'i~ ���������**:**?^^^-^'1v^^F^J"**L���������^*3.vfev*'i'-'.r.*���������>;;**?* .*i.-.iv':.-*#.'-*.*l  3^B^^afe*n^j!^y5^fe6t^:**;^^  Both the Union nnd Staples packing  UouB4Ni are riiiininj{ considerable overtime at prmmnti In order to keep up  with the rush off winter apples now  ���������****- V ������***��������������� t-^j^i     |.������.t4    U*l*^   -MrWfWtJ       f M Mrp V-UW  Ukfi  Ult  NJoin the Oreston and  Club J  Send applioafcioiii fcb Seoreeary1  Creston, :3&C. ,  ;W^'^the**:*fijpst 3c!^b^.'^  '.]������������������;TJ������i*:*^bw-��������� ;pf i'bb^ewwkl.:*;;;like'  that of cooking, was the biggest in  the.*histo^bft;';:tl^**-'^iv;^  judges asBnredly had their troubles  makhig their final awards. .' - ;;,In  plain; needlework Mrs Botterill was  to the fore Vith firsts on men's and  boys* shirts as well as housedress.  liiErii' G.. Gai^twrirtht! got the iiriae  for the collection. Mrs. Dalbom  "scored on nigs, while Miss Fenri  MoKinnon was possibly; the. biggest  winiier of all,-her embroidery bei^Ji  much admired, In a large entry  Mrg, Varley v/as * * first on pin cushion, and Mrs. Beninger pri" baby  bonnet.,".  '���������' In th������:Ja<Ki9i?!: ^^^:-partipbhirV  ly, the judging gave the best satia-  faotion yet experienced, while tho  awbi^is/aa'b.; whole have been exceptionally w>ll reooived, there being "bhlyT.two  "protests    entered  *''   : <*i . *' V- ���������'-   '- '*"-'���������"        ' ".   *'      ,  '���������- ��������� : 'j  aganiat the largo number of awards  Vnade.    -Z.    ZZ-Z,Z'_  * ' ' ';       *;    ."  While a full measure of praise is  duo tho directors individually and  oolleotively    for    their   sHcccoBfnl  W9'pl*^.tfyiW^ne,''io a4?reedl ...that  special praise la diio Secretary . R,  WalmBloy for hia efHoienoy in tho  many details of the seoretarial  oirort. ' Ili.bviir^roapeat hn combin  nx$Zmy b^r^������i^, ^iortr8n.<g' ot. t\m  mu.~.y oosupUtuy^Ufc'y '^W������������i ii~m~.  are ^beina"ia^ 9f,U^^^iil;^\^ork  by exhibitors and ��������� ��������� ������Bbn^iiMi3t.'���������'-;'imjWcii  alike.  Praisoie ftlnodunMra. EC Chriat-  ie, Who hod oharge of tho hall dec*  I oration. x Hor arrangemonts of the  1 400*. 0V44V ax..*,-....*. rtJ        ~TS.-xr ...... ...... .t  M        -t        **  |  m.���������^-trx        -rx* .J xi. J If-,,     -Ufatu*.,       X.tt.^.l'^JAXJXAtXlAMIVXj'M  11m004  ipping point and move  :'i������sa^������fe������^ce.i;*;������;Shipp������c^  .. ���������gaqmi&frft^^  days, way freight   will  have heated  :C^^sb^i������se^;beffbib^S^rm^^  inepl������;g-feyr; transportdutibo.   > * S.j  "ti:- Acting :AkemV  y'-y--ppy''--zyj-jj-'.?,.^i?'--  by numerous potted plants, .valid.  the obt flowers supplied 'by the  floral committee produced an in-  stantly pleasing appearance fffl^fthe  ������prbibn8;ib������m-huUd^ '*  Z. That the fair scored '.at ;iea4^:an  even brea% is indicated in tho fact  that.,ab;-6afliy, i-:as.iy Saturday - after-:.  noon the ;s^re^ryv';:;waa.'paying but  the prize';; mbn.ey, ' and a \-dibeotors  meeting will be held in a few days  to Wind np tho 1922 fall fair affair?.  -j*y  ?.-x:  1  e^k  Something Now  AiltheTiniB  Vatiety Features pur  y.j'y^ord^c^nk^y "  Remember we serve the  heat only in  " BeverageM  >   Ice Cream  Chocolates  I'lome Made Candies  Just received a stock off  Y.  erf MrifriW  Nut BiriD'*Ban������i ^^^^^^^^^g^^^^^^^P^^^I^^P^^^^P^P^il^^^^^  :m'  ~r%.  m___  \  %-  Slops Bronchitis Qiiiekly,  Helps liriiaMe Throat,  Ends Sneezing|Conghing  Reliel conies at once-^when you  breathe in ihe soothing- vapor of* Catarrhozone. Once its healing", piney  essences strike the "bronchial tubes,  you realise -tliat--a powerEul-treatment  is at work. ; Irritation can't live in  the throat ^.o^a. person :Ihhaiing Catarrhozone. It is so soothing, so* warming, so lull of concentrated healing-  -power that ypu. get results at once.  Catarrhozone strengthens the, -weak  throat, stops fhe cough, removes that  hacking irritating necessity to clear  the throat,- makes even the chronic  sufferer realize that at last he has dis-  . coveted a-real friend: For coughs,  colds, catarrh and winter ills, nothing  In the family could be better than the  complete dollar outfit, small size 50c,  trial size 25c, all dealers or the Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.,       .    *  barrassed by unbidden guests, and a  mere man���������words- fail me to picture  his probable contusion as my imagination .pictured it! ���������        ..���������-..,  '    Mr. Paget's  ranch is   on   the   westl  side j>.f the_ river, andithe crossing ot |  .the "sord  was  an ordeal,  I  _mis't eon-~j  fess.     I hope I am not a coward���������but  when -the horses seemed to be-making 1  no headway  against  the" stream, and 1  the   water   splashed   into  the   wagon-  box, it took all nay courage to enable  me to appear unconcerned.'   "We crossed tho river diagonally, and the ru������h  of   the   water   gave   me   an "uncanny  feeling,  as if we .were  being  carried |  down-stream.   " Either because he was I <*  used  to an exhibition of "nerves" on '  lhe part of women crossing the ford  ror the first time, or because* he  noticed that I was   not   speaking,    Mr.  Bingha na   stopped   in  mid-stream , and  turned around Jn his seat long enough  to say to me. "Don't^watch the Avater,  Jlsif For itilTi  It.'*'. rn' ~~      .r-    , ^  Expect to findvthe-  Fii?herma*), the "     -  ^'jrFarjk-of'SupreffUicy, *&.  on^ every Jsottle of  emulsion Ihat you, buy;  This meansthat you will  always ���������aek for  S EMULSION;  Bow-no; Toronto. Ont   .*>    20-3sji  _w& a,  CAMA1DA  -  ELINOR  ��������� BY   MARSD3SN  ELIOT  Published   -by Special Arrangertrent  ���������������;lth the AuEhor  "Put a-clean cloth on, Sing," ordered. JMr.^Eaget.  "All light?' replied Sing with well-  bred indifference. -    '      "    ���������    "Where's' the cream?" was-the next  Miss Eliot; look at:the horses' heads,} suggestion.  or at some  point, on., the far bank of j*   "Cleam all gone���������cat dlink it."  the river."     I followed his advice, &nd j     "Oh; by Jove, that's too bad!      But  found that  it was good;   the sinking,] there's no use crving over split cream;  floating  sensation left    me���������but    not   is there, Miss -Eliot?      Open a tin ol  the fear ot what would happen should Lcondensed-milk, Sing.-     The tin-op6nr  we  miss  the  ford.      I was  sincerely | er is in the carriage shed."-  '~~~ (Continued)  XIX.*  Bar B Ranch,  September 4, 19���������.  Since making my last entry. I have  had two new experiences.  Number on*er< I forded the Banshee  River. ��������� ���������      ."*" - "������������������ -���������-  Number two: I dined, chaperoned of  course, in a bachelor establishment of  the most bacheiorish sort.  While we we^e having, luncheon on  Friday Mr. Bingham told us that he  was going to the Paget ranch during  the afternoon, and that we, Mrs.. Bingham, Sunny, and L might; gb  with him if we wished. ' :You,.will  notice that he tll-d'Bflt 'ask iis*-:tfiriTO1  but merely intimated th^t/^e^iwpuld  tolerate our conxpany.-.-i-But^e'.^ent.  Even so indifferent an inyitation i^;i;ot  enough to discourage ^Mrs^lBingham  Sn her search' after something to break  the monotony of ranch life. And-I,  1oo,"am learning to separate Mr. Bingham's manner fromXlris^motive. *>,-  My only hesitation was due to a fear  that Mr. Paget might not care to have  us drop in oh him "unexpectedly; but  Mrs. Bingham"soon reassured me en  this point. Mr. Paget had often aLk-  ed us to "return some-of his numerous  calls, but I find it very harJF^to be-  ���������come used to the informality 6*f Canadian social life, and it seemed v<ry  strange to come down on him like a  wolf on the fojd. Of course we shotild  stay lor dinner after-going such a distance, and suppose 3ae did not have  enough to go around?- Even the best  of housekeepers are    sometimes ��������� em-  glad to feel the good old solid earth  under me again when we reached the  shore.  Sunny and I heaved sighs ot relief  in concert as soon as we were out of  the water. "I- do wish "Uncle ton  would build a bridge like they have in  Winnipeg, * Sr&iu. Sunny.. "I've asked  him, and asked him, and asked him,  but he never does. That nasty old  ford makes me feel like when I'm  dreadfully hungry, and when Mary  took me down in the elevator at Eaton's I felt exactly the same way."  Sunny has her sensations more carefully classified than I. The three  feelings are very much alike, but until  she menlioned it the likeness had not  occurred to me  For dmnei- we had tinned tomato  Soup, not quite.-warm, delicious mutton  Chops, tinned pork aud beans, bread-  and butter, 'tinned plum pudding, tinned coffee with condensed milk and  ginger ale.  Why can't the brick-throwing suflra-  gcttcs realize that in Western Canada  they would find an excellent outlet lor  their energy? I think seriously of  ^writing to Lloyd George with the suggestion that he should confine the  leaders of the militants in insane  asylums and ship the rank and file to  Canada. . Given a hundred and sixty  acres of'land ahd-a man to look after,  they would-soon see the folly of brick-  throwing���������and the flrst ihing* they  knew .-the franchise, would be handed.  As the crow flies it cannot be more ' *������ them, wrapped in white tissue, pa-  than three ,or four miles from the Bar  B to Paget Park. But it" is ten miles  by "the road, which follows the winding of the river- all -l-he way, and it  was after four o'clock when .we reached our destination.  .Mr. -Paget^-in whits  met us at  Liver Pains  F a ins  Aa  under      She      shoulder  blades  tell of liver  derangements.  '' Other indications are sallow  complexion, indigestion, conutipa-  lioF������, biliousness ;*-n(l bilious headache*..  Tlie quicker.! way to arouse tlie  liver lo healthful action i* by use  of Dr. Qjar.e'n Kidney-Liver Pills.  Continued use will insure pasting  relief, correct the whole digestive  system and purify the blood.  -Mrs. Wm. . Riirten. Hanover.  Out,,   wi������ic������;  "For mmc lime 1 miff-ered from liver  im-imKIp. i hrre .si** ~ h������*rd, H*-&rin*g-  lin.vn filing in my IjAck which I could  nn\ p������-r ri*l of. Sr>rn*- one advised m*  U> try Df. Cha*--'* K.nriti.y-l.-w*'. Pill*.  I did so. nnd f<������������m*i the.tn exwll-ent.  This   dratwinH   fefKntf   in   mjf   baek   di������-  JOU'll    ht.acft.l~--  -yyr...r   ]~  d    ari-d    1     fclfl  n|-i|>r.aT*ru  t-.*-<"   -   '-*--' J- J Uly''        i-,-".'!  Dr.    C3������a������������'i.    K\<ln~yt'\ wry     Pill*,    and  nlwMy-i   I'-f-p   iliTn  ic*>*n   li~n<\   lor   icfiic'ul  UT."  Dr. Clwise** Kidn*y-I-������ver Pillt,'  one pi III a dose, 25c a box, all  dealer*,, tsr Edm-nrnon, B-ate* &  Cr\,��������� L5miterlr Toyonfo.  the door and conducted Mrs". Bingham  and me to the . . . drawing-^oom,  F"suppose I  should, call   it,   arid  then  * went .witii Mr. Bingham to put up the  horses. '".  The.house isiJa good-sized one, l������ut-  rnost of.it is shut up. No One lives* in  it but Mr. .Paget and a grea������y Chinese  servant, as different in appearance  fr,om our Lee as day is -'Jrom i night.  And,the house gives ampleTefidence  of *how far he is behind X.ee~in skill  and cleanliness. - '^'iZ-j.ji: -iiZ-Z-?  _ I wish Mother could see that drawing-room! It was as dusty and im*  tidy as a" room could well be. the window-curtains were soiled and wrinkled,  and papers and ".books "were scattered  everywhere���������we had Jo empty ou|-  chairs before we isat down. The din-  ing-table, which occupied the" centre of  the room, was still .covered with the  cloth from. Juneheon-7-ffbm a good;  "many, luncheons, to judge by the  stains. An. . old. and ' exceedingly  shabby coucht whose succession of  hiLls and hollows reminded-me of the  road between Carbon "City, and the Bar  B. was placed across.one corner, and  was adorned with a saddle and a pair  6~ riding-boots. A broom and a dustpan wepe. leaning against the wall behind the couch, to be well out of the  way of temptation, I presume. "And  in the opposite corner was the piano,  a very fine-baby grand, on which the  most critical of housekeepers could  not have discovered a speck of dust���������  Hie poor thing "looked sadly out of  Its element! An- upholstered ��������� ax'm-  chair, evidently suffering "from senile  deoay, was filled w'itli" music ol' nil  kinds���������good, bad and indlCferent~-to  suit the catholic taste of. its owner.  "How nigh is grandeur to our dust,"  quoted Mrs. Bingham lightly, as I  stood amazed. "Not ..quite what yoti  expect<3d, is il ? White muslin draperies and blue ribbon's would' seem "t;o  be more appropriate .for our Beau  Brummell, would ihey not?"  "II is simply dreadful!" I exclaimed.  "What would his people at home-say  it ihey could see'how he live^!",*  Mrs, Bingham shrugged her shoulders. "I've seen it much more than  ������his, And when you've lived in Canada  i'or a 'while, you will cftase lo wonder  :u Ihe way in which rt' well-bred Jinm  will live when he has no women, I.o  look  filler him." .    '  .*  "But Mr. Pnprel has money, hasn't"  Iip'.' Surely lie could -hire uQiuenne to  kefij) the piiH'c preHentabU," I object-  fid. "Anyway, one can.be reasonably,  clean without spending a preat deal of  cither time or money."       , ' ���������> -  "So long uh he has his tub iind 1o(b  of elean cloihes h<*. is satisned.lo let  SinK neglect everything else aobtil ihe  place." Mim. Ijlngham replied. % "That  heathen Chinee wrislen enough In the  Itoui-w-fce-eplng to run a summer hotel,  and sHIi U*t iii-v������-i' prepaieH a. guoil  iiK'iil, llut ho 1h an Hxeellnnl "wat-*.h-  wom������n,' ������(������ .Mr. Paget will not lot him  Ko. If yo'u ever want to hire a  <<;hine������*'.*> Kervunt. MIhs Klioi, choose  ...-, r.i i>- I'n I )* ii~ yini woulld choosu :t  Imp bands."  Ai i]-iIh potnI ihe men name hand*,  (Mar hti%t -was. apparently ileliglilt!tl lo  .t-t- us:, nrut very JnHiHlent that wo  MioiitiL rttay iu diunt-ir. He wan i**ti  ni 11 tS gjijt (iiii l������y hit*'* HiirT^undlniiCfs. ho  I noon icii'WJt rlu-ni loo. Al'rer chal-  tint,' for a lew iuIiiiiU-k he look Mr,  Jilnwhaui awsiv .0 "Hie library"- what  ,**,0i 1  n.  a  \i\i\t-.i',  la  It. 1  wimdi'i".1    and  per and tied with gpld cord! r  We* started for home in 'the early  evening'and so reached the Ijar B before dark. The evenings are very  much longer here than in England.  I am~sorry that it w.as not dark as  we drove home, for oust as -we left  Paget Park. I had.a glimpse of~vthe  seamy side of ranch life." ^A small  herd of thoroughbred Durharas were  standing near the trail, and Mr. Bingham stopped the horses so that we  might admire them,. Of course I had  know for years that cattle were  brabdedL.'v?;ith hot iron, and since coming here I had. found it very interesting to decipher ithe various brands on  the; hbrses anlfe cattle and,to speculate  upon their former history. But until  I saw^the^poori little calves in this  herd, I Bad ��������� never realized just what  the ��������� brandingJimeant to the cattle.  Each calf carried, on its side an ugly  raw burn, bleeding in some cases, and  sbre-lopking in;all. And the flies���������I  .cannot write about it. it is too shocking. . I., ���������syonfler fl Mr. Livingstone  ever branded a calf?  "iSunny and I^rai'ded the kitchen  when we ^reached home. Lee had  just taken a baking of bread out. ot  the oven, so wo had hot bread and  butter, -marmalade, and tea with  "cleam" "in"it. Lee* looked, op with  interest. "Sing velly bad Chinaman,  heap bad cook,-": he. volunieei-ed sympathetically.  (To be continued)  m0m.x Xf!Ly BS������it.      &rSuf.e ������Si������BgBS������*J������ ~  ^.   '    .    .    ,  ���������41*      V - rSf  Gtfeat* Storfeho4Use;-.iii* London, Englrfftrf,-'  , , Z\'& i^bndftrfuily' Constructed^'";- -  ,_ One o������-ithe^Tmost wondetful store-  houses or^treSSufBd^possessions is Tn  London^ England\ ,an*^ "is known Vs_ the  Chancery Lane Safe ^Deposit.     "        ���������  For-a fee .of from a guinea upwards  anyone can store his or her belongings  in the, Deposit,'whit'li is' so ^construct'  ed and guarded tliat no burglar,'however clever he may me, could ever  hope to^.break into it.,   v _"  The 10;000 ������"afe������ "which the Deposit  contains,are protected more elaborately even than,the Crown Jewels^ Or the  bullion at^the Bank of England.  The basement _ of- the,, buildling Is  divided into *a series "of sti-ong^rooms,  each of which holds' ,500 safes. Ko  sp.fe can.be opened e,xc6pt in the presence of^the., depositor and ap official  of the/DeposJt... - .  .The "strong-rooms weigh 500 tops  apiece, and theiivlocks are set to open  only, at' a given hour in the day.  Each strong-room is detached "from  its neighbors, so Jiiat an armed patrol  can "walk below, above and, around it*  mirrors reflecting every-movement In  the vicinity.  '. - "X'  ; ~ Jn addition to these precautions, the  whole of the outer shell of the De*'  posit is specially reinforced with arm  our-plating. A'pretty tough proposition  Some*of the sates contain incredible  sums, runing into jni llions. The diamond nier chants^ of Hat ton Garden  nearby deposit 'millions' oE pounds7  jivorth of precious-gems in the course"  of a' yearO        -    .  Probably $125;QO0,<JOO is not"~ioo  high an* estimate of the value of the  contents of the building at the present  time.   ~ \      ,  - v  O^AM-BXJK-clcpeJids on costly  - herbal i>ils'and extracts for"  its wonderful healing^sopthing,  jmct' antiseptic power- ,  - Zam-53uk is not liEe ordinary "oint-  rnents -made from common or elementary formulae. Zam-Buk is a su-per-~  baJtn, prepared fr&m a secret formula  ���������tbe result of years of extensive and  costly .scienttiic research. _ It^is pure  -and highly refined, and is,guaranteed  "iree-lrom animal fats and the -gritty  - metallic substances-usually  found in  common ointments and salves.   t  WonderfaJ Medici if a j  ���������'y,. .-  .' Activity?-  ' ^   J  - t J2arii-Buk exerts, its 'wonderful .medicinal activity befctV the surface (where  the eerms of ^kin trouble really are) and'  quickly expels   deep-seated  and. old-  standing disease.  ' , For* Eczemaf. Tetter, Salt Rheum,  Ulcers,- Piles, _ Ringworm,. Poisoned  Wounds, etc:, Zam-Buk is marvej-  1-ctislv   success,f si J. ~"   Also   ���������*���������*>**    f^-ut-s--  ��������� -trt00--^^       ���������.-��������� xr.rx0t.0i ���������..^���������0 ......���������  ^  x���������xr.  - Bruises, Burns, Scalds and Sprains.  Beware of worthless imitations. Get  pure herbal Zam-Buk���������The World's  Greatest Skin-Remedy, soc. -box^.3 for  SI.25. aH chemists or Zmt->~~s~T- Co., Toronto.  ZrjwZ&Zw&~&:~c:jD>ZsZ  - 4/1  Captures Mountain Goat  ���������������������������������������������        ^  New Addition is Made to the Geological Collection at Calgary  "Calgary i������   believed  10- be tne oniy  city'on the American continent where  .additions to the civic zoo come right  into   town    and    deliver, themselves."  From lime to time deer, lynx, cayotes  and other denizens of the mountains,  prairies    and    lorests,   'including    an  American   eagle,  which was   captured  by a Calgary dog, have paid visits to  ���������the city and lost their freedom.   - The  most recent addition 1o the zoo to arrive   unheralded   was  a - young  mountain* goat, one  of the  least  approachable ol   wild animals which  was captured in a local b^ck\afil, and is now.  installed al tho zoo.  - ~P^T&~~~~������x?&vi~- r ioti" i������&&  -. in &z������o^vqtx ������  ^nas"secured liveliest /-  >���������*!>< ,.*,*,*,**, ,..*.. *.* ****** **,... I rit.f,.....*..'  Worms in children, il they ybe nol  attended to, cause convulsions and  of ten' death. Mother .Graves' Worm  Exterminatoirwilr-i)i"6teet 1he children  from these distressing afflictions.  The 'ordinary housefly is reputed to  be the cleverest of insects, its intelll  gence surpassing ihat of the ant ami  the bee. An authority asserts' that it  can think "TOO times quicker than a  man. *       ';  ZZP'v<  t  r 1 i/��������� i������- i3w-\-  ti'll   ill   to   (il.>  I.I'll:    V, ������������������ill'  fHM-i    hl'idlt,  I-    '.  .,   *. .,   ,  w.  it-*.     ttJ  I Uu  UU: tiiil'V  ir-riiiil������������-*l ittiill 5*11 tin hIoucIi  Mm -tiibif tor Kllriii<-r,  hi),   J.J.'l.lLl   j||   .1   -iir.nl    1 liV  ill   Hint','-. I������H������4������M down Ms  ',.,!������������������" *V1 << ������.|l|l*( ������-,   H j> || .)  f������������J.  Ini wnlhN.  vvhcit  BLAB TO BE  ABLE TO WORK  Toronto       Worhan     ^ Gives  Credit to Lydia E, Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  Toronto. Ontario.���������"I suffered With  Irregular periods, waa weak and run  down, could not eat  and had headaches.  Tno    worst,   syrap"  torns were dragging-  down. pains, so bad  I papaetlmes thought  ���������I���������������������������**. woul<3   go  crazy,  and I seemed to bo  smothering.;   I wp.s  in    this    condition  for   two   or    t.hroo  years nnd could not  seem   to   work.     I  -^trlojj 'all   kinds  of  mcdlclncn   and   mid  beten  treated  by  physicians   but   received   no  'bGnoflt.  I   found   ono   of. yovr 'booklets   nnd  felt  Inclined   to  try   Lydia B.  Pinkham's   Vogotablo   ii-ompound,     I   ro--  rolvpfl  llic  bont festilts  from  It  and  now f lr*������rip Iiomp-o nnd pro oiit. to work  and nm  lil<o a now woman.    1  havo  Ti-coiiumuulod   your   VegiUahlo   Com-.  pound   lo  my   friends   and.   if   these  fiiclH   will   help   aonio   poor   woman;  UHe   thtiin   aH   vow   plnnso."���������Miih.   J,  F.    rj*:*ar.v,    387    Klne    St.,    West,  Toronto, Ontario.  VnrioiiH formB of fomalo wcaltnenB  in tiny tSijj(?������ makfe work ulmotil lm-  poMBibl-S.    i.yclla IB. I*JnkImm'������ Vcko-  ������. * *,.        r*- x-.- ..-ft- ,S        -l^ii,        t..~ttnr*,t        d������.������n���������  t..-,rj*.. -r vrr..,.14 ....xx        .,,4t^..J jjx.-^itrt0 xt.xr ���������  ^"������������������uiiii of women ovcr theae troubles.  "Cascarets" IGc  Best   Bowel   Laxative  ^Wliei^ ���������Bilious,  Constipated  To clean out. your bowels- without  cramping or ������ovevactlhg, takes Cascarets:. Sick headache, biliousness,  gases indigestion; sour; upset stomach  and,all such distress gOne by morning.  Nicest physic on' eaiMh i'or grbwri-vips  tvnd children. . 10c a box. Taste-like  candy. . *   .*.  '        . .  Subway Tor Tokio  Transportation      Made      Difficult     By  Congestion Near Capital  Tokio soon'I will have "<tn- under-,  ground electrtc railroad.similar to ihat  of other��������� world capitals if plana how  binder w;ay reacli fruition.' Japan is  experiencing.a growing ,congestion ot  population in and n������ar__ the capital  which;'makes transportation a difficult .  .,matteiii'' 1.. -lier ey<?lutib.n'^poiht^��������� strict  'to a in a tion'  ���������11  Cure  Por Temper  A novel cure lor temper wir's mentioned by Richard C. Novell in n .lee'  ture in London on "Color as Applied  to Personal "Attire." He suid -that  civilization seemed lo have dwarfed  appreciation of color, and tlie ordinary woman .was rarely found who bad  uvRen the trouble io 'cuitlvate color.  Mr:' Lovoll addend that,a lest lor color was-to get into a temper imd^go"  into a room of various colors. In tbe  red or green room temper would last,  but in a blue or mnuve room it would  soon be lost. ''  1y,,.;*.|agric^tuuU*,.",'pe!  iargel.y;" inliustri-aS ,,hab brought", increased numbers of'people into her -cities,  and the jam 'in Tolti6-<*s getting to be  serious.. *;v ../:.,   .  Move Child's Bowels with  ^California Fig Syrup"  Pntnless/and perfect in their action,  MUler'a Worm PoWdcra arc ahvay** a  safe an (J reliable remedy' for chlldron  who" show, symptoms of worms; These  Bymptoms arc easily recognizable in a  feverish restlessness, frequently'ending in convulsions,* A point of notable importance is that after Miller's  Wctrm PgwderH have expelled the  wormft, tbe Hlomncli and bowelr'nre  toned up into a very healthy condiiion,  A hundred -y.t>urs apo sbe piopoKal.  ������o use gas for 'street lighlihg aviih op  po^ed in Now,.England oh 1 ho-ground  tluit. urtlftcli^l Himlnulloii w>io .nn al-  tetnpl i.o inlorf^re will* ;t������.e divine  sehemo of IhlrigH.wbfcb bad ordiiiiiod  that it Mhould be dttrk at nigh I.  Ilu t'ry mother J Even a'sick child  loves tho "fruity" taste of "California  Fig Syrup"1 nnd it. never falls to open  the bowels. *"A 1 en spoonful today may  prevent-a* HJck chiUl tomorrow, if.cou-  Htlpaiad, bilious, feverish, fretful, luo?  cold, colic. ' or If stomach Jb sour,  .tongue.coated, breath bad...retro-ember  a Kood^clonnrilpK of tho little bowel)*  , i������ often al I 1 hut IH we'eftflaavy*   '  Ask your dvugglnt for^ienutne -VCiUI-  fornla Fig ������ymp" whlcli haw. .iUro<5-  lioin. Toi' babitH and eUlldrcn of kU  ages printed on bottle, .'.'���������'Mo ther 1    'Yoit  ' ���������~~~~-0 xfiV.i'A. j'.nV "i*?M!'*>!!'nf'1'* or yntu *������������������y ������������������������i  ivtinard's Llrvlment uned by 4?hysiciano'en imlliitlou tlKnyrup. S^^^^^^B^ili^^^H^WI^MBl^Sllllii  -:?:���������:���������?.-.; ,;*-*.-;  py?-&  '^^^^^^^^S^^^w^m  'Bi; -Ci. '���������'  '?' ��������������������������� o-**;'iS^;"i&*'#i'S-;-  **,; ������������������-���������;���������.��������� ���������?*���������"?-J--3J?.-"  P/yZ^iPyy  \  .one  ���������-���������Pic*  'JBkH��������� ��������� J-''>-������""-  &������  I?-****!  .-a* --^l  itMEvrkrresT.1  a-.  j*.i  i-W  r^IHS N<K������!d  GySr^teed   to be^ the-purest*  aLpdj'-jbest baking powder possible  fo produce.^zebusz of^the purify .  ^nd ^b Qudii^-c^ rhe;j]KiSdier?te-:  expds it ie>: therefore fcconomicdl-  ew.gillett C0MPANVLI>HT������D^  Swii^Nipeo       TORO NTO, CANADA. Z MOntr^  It is possible_that the-Crowjs Frin'ce  of Japan mar visit Canada- and the  United States in the. near" future, " .  Between 1,300 andl.^OO^men-are ex-  peeled,   to    be    employed by Tlie>PasJ J A Corrector JofJPuImonary Troubles  dumber Company, which contemplates   ���������Many"testimonials could be present  The Chinese Debt  The fchtnese" are'optimistic; they be-.  lieve they are-going to get their present, difficulties straightened "out.Their  total debt is considerably less .than  five -dollars per capita for the population of four hundred millions, a position that compares favorably-rWlth  that of most" other nations. r  carrying on logging operation^ on" an  extensive scale next winter.  Five workmen, employed by th_e  Raleigh-Wyoming Goal Company at  Glennrogers, W.Va., w.ere IrUied when  a hoisting bucket loaded', with stone  fell.down a ��������� 700-foot shatt;- crushing  them to death.   -    " _  The -Washington Cabinet has decided to -restricL prohibition enforcement  operations within the^(hree.*-inile- limit  a* sea except- in cashes where ship****, .beyond that limit are In communication  What Picnic Means  To Ba a BoQifaoraniw  UEfJ   LAMP    RURMS  r\ a  wi-yc  t in  Hltt  Canada's Trade Will B<s With  Mother-1 -    " ~  .=���������Z_rz  -   land Now* Instead of. tfenilsd f   -     Beats KiO^lriCLCr-GliS  Statss " -.      \y    a nev; oil  Canada has   paid   very  little atten- \ lB-*"> ;bril������Kint  hmii  hat  gives an aa.iaz-  soit. \rha4e- lijclK. .even  or clcctrieitj . bar- beer.  tion to the new United, S tales tJrftj ������������������ ^jgl^S ..Comment and M  "  the,reason, as v?as pointed-out Jt������y 5 -     --   -        -      <- ~ -     ~  .  for  the Deputy Ministor of-Agriculture for? superior, to Inordinary oil lamps  leading-"unrVersities and  lound  io  that** the  h.-  It  the Dominion,  year ago  made J lhe  bill passed  exportation  burns wit boat odoiv smoke or noiso-  a.  Z-. ��������� no pumping np', is simply clean, safe.  !^Buj*ns*SJ?per ceat'OTasd ������ per cent.  many of our Canadjan products prhc-,) 'common kerosene Ccociloin.  HiOally prohibitive, and that any addi j     The-Save ntor. T. V.-.1ohn.-.r>  !  tlonai duties levied ~coul������l not - have-:  any further effect^  ' ft was pointed out by the Deputy-  Minister- ��������� that_ the United States J\as  not-'the power .to-injure our wheat exports, as we have "a ready-- markei  overseas. On the. contrary, ;the immediate effect ot the emergency _bill  passed a. year ago, has been that Great  Britain has'taken ihe place of ihe U.S.  as the best customer of Canada:" We  must look more than ever -to the  Motherland -for a future market" for  our Canadian products.  Word Originated. From Custom'Dating  Back to 1802  Most"people know what It is to enjoy a-pic-nic; not all"-can tell how the  naine   of  this   form  of  entertainment  originated.   ��������� The explanation, according to one derivation, is simple. When  "a picnic" was  being  arranged it  was  the custom for those who were to be  present to promise, to supply food and  drink.   NA list or the things necessary  was drawn up and passed round, each  ed showing the great efficacy of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectrie Oil in correcting  disorders of the respirator5r_processes,  but the best testimonial is_experience -- , = f ih    nPiSpiM h(k or  and the Oil is recommended to all who ip,eiSDnn?Iciallg ou������ the arUcles &e or  suffer from these disorders with "the | she would supply. The name ol the  ���������certainty that they will find relief. It'article was "nicked" on the list���������that  will allay inflammation In the bron- is to say, a mark-was placed against  dual tubes. <^     .Tbe'opei^Ii-" eatertaEniaeni thus  came to be known as "Pick and nick."  The custom is said to date from 1802.  with  shore through  and small boats.  their own   crews  The Prusgian Minister of Commerce  granted the Krupp Company permission to issu������ emergency currency to  the amount ol 400,000,000,marks. The  note Issue-was limited to sixty dajs,  the bills to be in denominations tip to  500 marks--. "v       r-   ��������� _��������� ��������� -- -���������    '-  *E������r.; Si*enW o*,- ot efc'W-H  land 'owners in Great Briton, died  ^Sept."26._; East year 'he--createc!*.-considerable stir by the announcement  that hc was -about -1o give np-Tone drills homes on account, of poverly and  the high cost of "living. " r  WhaL is claimed, to be the longest  "train of livestock ever receiyed in Toronto from, the West reached the Union  -Stock Yards, Toronto. The train was  madesup oi'^72 cars of cattle "-and made  the., trip to Toronto In ������o"hours-. Since"  August 'the'movement .of '"livestock  from Western Canada to the^ tea stern  markets has been unusually heavy.  -: Wireless and Weather  The most attractive 'theory as to  the"cause oi" weather in lhe North  Temperate "Zone attributes-the birth  of cyclones to a const*���������! struggle  between cold polar;"-air and warm  currents coming up Ironr-the south..  Professor V. Bjeiknes.'the ^Norwegian  ^>ropolinder of this vlovr. has insisted  on the need of a complete, chain oi  stations round the globe. The !sta-  tians are now in existence^ and are being linked toy "wireless." . We may  he on the^brink pf a rema-rkabie extension of scientaficTknowledge and^of  its practical " applications.-^London  Times. - ' -    - T~     "  SAVFH MRY'S LIFP-  ^r~~-~~~  tt   aaiy ^.fM mtt-tr -m       m0        4mM*kM_*   ~~^  HallXCatarrb Medicine  Those who are 1n a "run down"* condition wll3 notice tliat" Catarrh "bothers  them, much rnoie than-wJiOi> they are In  good -heaJth". Tills fact prove-*! "Ihat  while Catarih is a local disease, tt Ja  ETX-aUy influenced hy eonstJtullona] conditions. HALLS -CATARRH MEDICI NT: is a ..Tonic and acts, through the  blood upon the -imicotts surfac-es of ihe  body, thus reducing tho inflammation and  assisting Nature in restoring normal conditions,          x. -J  AU ���������T)r"npn;1c"tc5.      Circulars Jree.  -   F. J. Cheney &��������� Co.. Toledo." Ohio.  -     "        ^p : P__^���������, -m  Ko man  may  s������m-e  lo ������voj.d.  THE ORIGIN OF'  nsir    nr~*t~-~~,tmt  They are simply dried bile imttie up  of Crystalline constituents of that  fluid. Very common i3 this disease  among merchants, clergymen, shop  girls and those ol" sedentary habits.  Prevention consists in maintaining  correct action, of the liver and bowels,  and thi3 is speedily accomplished bv  nsing Dr. Hamilton's Pills. No person using Dr.-Hamilton's Pills will be  subject to bilious fits. Sound tHges-  tion, good appetite, a clear color, will  evidence the health giving"prbperties  of Dr. Hamilton's Pills which are safc  est and best for general family nse.  When a laxative is needed, when ycu  ���������feel out of sorts, that's the time Lo use  Dr. Hamilton's Pills oi" Mandrake and  Butternut, 25p- all dealers or The Catarrhozone.. GJo., Montreal.  n  r>70 Mc-  Dermot Ave.. Winnipeg, is oti^rin-rj to  send a lamp, on- 1<T days5- FRKK trial.  or even to a'i\r& *arie_FREt; Jo tho first  userin" each locality who will help him  Introduce it. , "tlfrite him loda>- ior  full'.particulars. -. Also ask him to explain how rou^aa g-et the asency. antla  wiffiont experience or mjohoy make  ?25flTto^$50O per month        "    ���������-  Britain Boifding Aerbl Crsbsr  Th������  the  'VV*.  Race    3-tJween    Nations    in  Development of Aircraft   . rjujjv"Ohronicls's Avi:it������-jn Correspondent., writing on the race between nations in the development of  aircraft, "refers to a "Uritish winged  aerial >ruiser now being completed by  the Fairy .Aviation "Company.  Many features of ft are official ss-  crets. It is- constructed of metal, develops not far short ot* 3.000 horsepower, and -will be capable ot long overseas flights without alighting for-iuel.  The weight is 15 tons. ���������  ^Another- leviathan of the British Air  Service, says the correspondent is a  great winged troop - transport with a  hull of steel tubing, capable ot" carrying; 25 solcfciers .with their full equipment for long distances.  Mrs. Alfred Tranchemontagne, St  Michel des Saints. - Que., writes:���������  "Baby's Own Tablets are an excellent  medicine. They saved my baby's life  and-1 can highly*-recommend them to  all mothers.*-" Mrs. Trachemontagne's  'experience is tbat-^- of* thousands ot  other mothers who have' tested the  worth of Baby's "Own Tablets. The  Tablets-are-a stire and "safe medicine  tor little ones and jaever fail to regulate >the bowels ancr-stomach, thus relieving all 1 he-mi nor" ills, fronu which  children- suffer. ~- They are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at H5  cents a^ box from The Dr, Williams*  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont:  lives  a useless-  life. _    He  as  an. example   K>r other.***;  =*e  Canada's Methods Are  Soitnd  Speaking* of the Canadian -dollar reluming to par. the New York Herald,  after specltying-various reasons for  tbis consummation, thus concludes:  "Canada is prosperous because her "finances and her'business conditions and  Important  Industry  In  Greece  Country "      rrodirecs G t~i������-3i7*vtii of  World's Olive Oil Supply  In recent years Greece has become  one of the most important olive oil  producers in the world. Its production in 19!il Was one-sixth that of sill  coun������i;������es (final estimates placed the  total world, production of olive oil at  1,100,000 metric tons), about one-third  ���������that of Spain .and Italy.-combined, and  a little more-tliap- -55,000 -metric tons  larger than that "aj^-lZunis, Portugal  and France_put together.   _  mmySr3&^  / *->  . One of tlie���������best known, guides in  Nova Scotia"'gives this testimonial of  MINARD'S LINIMENT:  Have used Minard's Liniment in my  home, hunting and- lumber camps for  years, and consider it the best white  liniment on the -"market. I find that  st gives quick- relief to minor ailments, such as sprains-, bruises and  all kinds oC Vdunds.^- / Alsoj it is a  great  remedy lor coughs,  colds,, etc.  methods   are   sound.      This  naturally      , . . .    .. , .    , .  ,      ,        ,-  5 .,,        , .   ���������       -      ,       ,       "y.which one is liable/to catch when log  greatly -en honces whale ver value there "driving and  cruising during the win-  may  be  In   contiguity   to���������n  well-to-do  and- friendly'neighbor."  Why risk your health?  THE path ofthe tensor coffee drinker is beset with dangers,  to health and comfort.   These* dan������fers Jurk in  the irritant,  Caffeine, which is the active principle of bofh tea and coffee.  >-_ ���������    For those who enjoy-a well-made cup of tea or coffee, but  find that it makes them nervous, wakeful and irritable, there's  i       satisfectiors' and freedom from dtscamff<jn*t in dcHicioToc; Inaftjarrit  - P<^tum~the table beveragfe of no regrets.  Its fragrant aroma and rich, full-bodied flavor are delightful.  Instant Postum is made from roosted wheat and contains twf  Qafleine, nor any other harmful ingredient, whatsoever,  -,     Ord6r a tin from your.Grocer TODAY!  Install ��������� Postum.. foiTh^        ���������'  >;������������������ *���������- ���������'���������**..      ! "I" ������i������i������������iii      ...*,.  "There's a Reason*?  A g������a������raiais umpl4 llw of tnnunt Postum Hittit, poatp������ld, far 4c in lUmpi.   Wrhat  .. Canadian Poatum C������r������������l C������.,' Ltd., 4S Front Str������et/ IS,*. Toronto   Vmctoryt Wlnduot; OriWlw1''':  JM^..���������J^.il_ ^M^MMa^k.^���������JM^LMMM^^^^um���������mM.,,,.._       ,_   **,,, ^  ter and spring months.      I would not  be1   without    MINARD'S   -LINIMENT.  and cannot recommend it. too -highly.  <Signe"d)    $ .  Ellison'Gray.  "������������������ .        ��������� *,       ~  Ignition of Coal Dust  Coal Dust jSuspended irr the Air Can  E3.2 Expioded 3y El.ectric Arcs  The exlensivfe use of jniverized coal  for Cucl in' Indhsllial plants gives inter  esl to tests "recently" made by " th*"  Uniled Stales ���������Dureau'or Mines, whieh  Iiroved tlial cioal tlust stuspentled in the  air can be exploded by electric arcs  under"conditions th-at might preralfln.  a pttlv6rlKe'd" coal jdant or in a coal  inlne, If there is olectrtc Timchinery  In places wh^re coal dust Is apt to col-  looi In. ciihinlllieH capablo^of procluclns  a dual'cloud, such electrical macblit-  cry aliould be'TTottsed Jn compartment"^  designed especially lor uue In dusty  a1 mosphere. ��������� EnglncetHne; (London).  -MONEY; ORDERS  :  Send   a   ^Dominion   JZx-ptcss   Mtsney   Order-  They  are payable eTerywhere. -  LADIES WANTED-^TO DO PLAIN  dnd Jight sewing- a- home. Whole  or spare time." Good pay. T^ork  sen t"1;'any .distance.-Charges' paid.  Send-stamp for particulars. riTational  Manufacturing Co., Montreal.  shinedyour  shoes today?  When . Acthmm Comes do not despair. Turjiftt" .ohce^lo. thej help- effective���������Dr. J. Ti. ECellOKB'H- /i-sthniH'Rens-  edy. This wonderlul remedy will  give you thc nld you need'so' B&rfcly.  CholdnK ceatioB, hrcnthlng; becomes nn-  lural. nnd .without effort. Others,.)  thousands o.f"theui, have auttotod, as  you RtUYor but Imve widely turned to  thlH'l'omouHjrampjUy.antf.ceaHetl to auf-  r������r. CSet i-Cpacltr-tfiro this very clnj-.  .        , 1~_  Alberta' Rancliers Looate in   B.C.  Ono  hundred nnd flfty  head of Al-  be>,liii range cut tie have been tnlcen to  Hid heikd ol Jlvul^hLrt tnlel. l.Oi-dtoede ihv  ranch of EL- WeuJ.heriy, formerly 'tb  rancher at SteUieiV Afberta, who ia  waiting;*hii ^-xtenalve com'iin-oncenQ'enl  in'; iUo> livestock -Ettdu^U-^ la.* Brill ah  Coluittbla...      ,.,-'.       -   ���������   ,, '  Amorlcts'm  '^loiitt-cr    ^.  1>0H  Xlem<*h*fll������������'  BOOK ON   ���������  1  r>OQ   DIS1BASE3  nnd'JIlpw   to   Feed  Mallva  'Vr.t*  Jo any  A*~tU-~Hti'\*y Iho  Author  ti,  ci.a.y riLOvr-nt  CO..   INt  Now   York  t  :*a\*   v.:..  T7.P.A.  fhe  *(.  Home  ��������� old.    iu  Cornier'  ili������   1)101** - ,'.*r*'  RANGR  tr������(������������   niir  1 l������,tf.ry.       . . ��������� w  [VbotWihn-ilji   vi j|hca-j  |5i���������c,*B������   tn   ut������   or.>i*  ?,)  VF~~.H ������*������������t ���������ini  i;oo������l iUn**-e"i':*  IlKtyktt* for errtsry H-������)������tt Co-irort tts->v:������ ������m:l<������  ������t������C������  180*  <|Utcik3y  buphUbJ.   -  TlioWrottfht Ironltanisr-fli Co of <Jan.acl%,  , .      U������aJ tAd ' *   . .  11*������ .KHMg: ai; *w.   ���������     . " toko>;t������  aim  mm  Mlnauvl'*       L!nlm������nt       L*utnberm������n,'������  'Z-fPrlOi\4 ..  '\V.   *W-    VS.    14t0'  ������������������-^S-Atsfi-^tj-f-Bft^SilfiL;'*  ���������S'A-tef���������J*^*^**jP'i!('*|?.(*v fe?'^ip^;*.i*^%'i.  ytyh^yyKyry.',\ uta3a**tiw������Wrti������������'^  p"&������ ������������������:  ?$i*L'  f;  J.ZZZ  m  If*  I* If;*"  ii'  fi'-K'*  -\.  ''.-.%^^'^**;;;.*  V.;*.:*������������������ 'J.Lrr'tryrL??:-i&^L'J-'* c*;* '  ZZ:y-Zyp'i$yZij< yy<  ;*V.*  TikE "!;feE^TOK - i^TOS^  /5  ���������  laiui flfi# Imfinffmanfi  Mlnlmam -price of first-class land  E-euseed to fS sn acre: ssoosmS-cIsss &t  12.60 an acre.  Pra-emptlon now Confined to surveyed lands only.  Becords will be granted coverta* only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber l&nd.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arranao for adjacent pre-emptions  with Joint residence, bat each-*.making  saeessssury improvements on respective  claims 6  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  five yeara and make Improvements to  value of 510 per acre. Including clear*  Ins and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crbwn Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made proportionate Improvements, he may, because of Ill-health, or other cause, be  ip granted intermediate certiflcate of improvement and transfer his claim.  ������ Records. .^without permanent residence may he Issued, provided- applicant makes improvements to extent of  $8Q0 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 & years, and improvements,  of f 10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required, -te  Pre-enapior holding Crown srant  , may record anctner pre-emption, if he  requires lana in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land. ��������� ..,.  Unsurvoy-esS stsm. gs������| esses-Sing? 2������  acres,   may  be  leased  as  homesftesr  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  For gT&xine and industrial purposes  areas exceeding - 640 acres may be  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 stumpase.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by existing: roads may be 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.  PRE. EMPTORS'      FREE      GRANTS  A ACT.  The ������������ope of this Act Is enlarged to  include all persons joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces. The  time within which the heirs or devisees  ���������of a deceased pre-emptor ������may apply  for title under this ^Act iS extended  frr-va. for one year from ths death ������f  such person, as formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of the present  war. This privilege is also made -���������*-  troactive. - ^  x. Stin^sSoy ass sod, Esivs-Siii, spstsfe s  Sew days isi m.bon ias& week on busi-  ne~e, returning; on Sunday.   *  '- C. B. Garland of Oreston was a busi.  ness visitor here on Friday afternoon,  in connection with the summonses to  local ranchers, for burning off their  strawberries without permit.  Matt. Hagen left on Monday for  Nelson on a business^visit.  li: i iff b in ci  / ^  as  ^SS?S t_ES B9    TO    "*' **WBMHt^*r  BflT  Best materials.      First-class work.      Reasonable Charges,      prompt .service.:  No fees relating to j������e-enipUons are  -ue pr payable  by soldiers on    pre-  . emptlons recorded after June ������9. ������1R  Taxes  era, rmmit*t~t~.  fr**.   ������**SL -."'. ^"������  Ken. Dewar left-on Sunday for Bellvue, Alta.,where he expects to spend'  the winter.  D, J. Dewar got away on .Sunday to  Mutton's .Mills,-B.C., wberp he will  teach school until Christmas/  . E. Fy Post of Cranbrook spent the  week-end here, returning to the divisional city on Monday.  Cecil Moore was called to Nelson on  business on Monday, but expects tcTbe  back before the end of the week.  Miss Or Ko������indale was a visitor at  Kitchener a few dayifthie week, looking up old friends.  The Co-Operative"* Fruit Growers  are loading out another car of apples  this  ������KaRYQKMA   '���������Im , ~~-~. %   r    *      . ???,;.-?:���������  Creston  ���������  /   /  I HEREBY QJVE NOTICE thai?, on Tuesday, the 7bh day of November^ 1922, at. the hour of 10 A-m., at  the Courthouse, Nelson, B.C., I^shalL offer ior sale_ at public, auction the., mineral claims in the list  -     hereinafter set out, of the persons in said list hereinafter set out; for delinquent taxes'' unpaid by said  v   persons' ori  the SGpit day of   June, IS22, and tor costs , and  expenses, if  the total   amount  due   is  not sooner paid. "    v -���������**.-  '-  -." " ' " .'  The Collector will be pleased to receive  any information respecting the following lisS sphere fclie owner  was a member qfjihe Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits of  Seotion 28 of the **Taxation Act  - Amendment Act, 1918."  :\  \  Taxes are /remitted for five years.  Provision for return of moneys ac-  ������"������ed. due and been paid since August  -* _---��������� -��������� ���������-s-csant/e? pa.ytnents.iees  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  Interest on agreements to purchase  Y5T?.<*Lcity ,ot? J**1* hr members of  Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired  direct,or indirect, remitted fewm enlistment to Ma������ch Si. i&SG. Zy. ������������������   ���������  SUB-PURCHASERS  OP  CROWN  Provision made for issuance e*  Csrovra grafts to subpurchasers of  Crown 3_s.rs6_3. acquiring rtffhts from  purchasers who failed to complete  ' purchase, involvlns forfeiture, on ful- '-  ailment of conditions of purchase, interest and taxes. Where STjb-purchas-  ers do not claim whole of original nar-  S*1' 2E2&?8? S1*10* du* ���������*���������������** taxes may  be distributed proportionately over  wholo Ana. Applications must be  mada by ISay ]* ������920.  ORAXINO. ^  iSrafllna Act - j������X������, for systematic  development of livestock Industry provides for srasins districts and ranee  administration under Commissioner.  Annual graalns permits issued based  on numbers ranged: priority for established owners. Stock-owners may  form Associations for range manaae-  ment Vv���������. or partially free, permits  for ssttlere. -campers or travellers, up  Too late for last week.;        _,"  Mrs. A. C. Hook and family   spent  the week-end  here, with the former's  mother,  Mrs. J. J. Grady,   returning  to their home at Spokane oh Sunday.  H. A. Bathie, jr., is a business visitor at Spokane this week.  Considerable of a surprise was created here a few days ago when Provincial police McLaren served summonses  on about a dost n of the ranchers to  appear in court on the charge of burning off their strawberries without a  permit. . Thev case was heard the  following Monday, and was adjourned  for one week. . '  John Bathie is a business visitor at  Nelson this week.       ;  We, were well represented at the fall,  fair this year, the following ^being  some of those who are competing in  the' various classes: Sank Moon, A.  Oooper, J.,. E. Johnson, Carl Wigen,  Matt. Hagen, Mrs. ^Atborst, Mrs.  Dalbom^ndi:6tihers^.'-:*..*r.'.���������:.*  Z- Z'.'.'  -. r  NELSON MINING DIVISION  Name of Owner  Name of Claim  Lot No.   Taxes    CosSs    "Total  W...  .������������<l������.('l'lH>������'>t'I"**y  Co.  Monrad Wigen has just unloaded  another car of lumber, but ^ven with  the box. factory working full time he  is hrfrdly able   to   keep   up   with   his  orders... ,   _^ ;.>.'  Mr. La Barge was a weeg-end: visitor  with his sister, Mrs. _H. Irving, returning to Wycliffe on Sunday.  v Peter Andestad is busy on his contract to clear the rright of ������vay for the  new road froni the schoolhouse past  the G. Huscroft place���������between the  A., Jov and Huscroft lines���������to connect  with the road at the west end of sublot  279 of T. A. Cory's block..  n,  Thrift Versus Spendthrift  Earning twenty dollars a week and banking two, you  are better able to rise above emergencies than the  man making- a hundred and saving nothing. A savings account is a backing that gives yon confidence  and power. Efficient and courteous service is assured  yon at any branch of this Bank. > Mi  IMPEWAJL   BAJNK  Eureka Copper Mines Ltd. ....���������.....  Matthew, Gv"et. &l ......-~...~ ....  WalsheB. (Estate of) & Connolly,  Rivet, J. R..^......:^:.......  E*;re*^a Gopi?er Mines Lid*  Ainsworth, B. D. . .... ..   Trail Creek Hidden Treasure G.M.  Baltimore G. M. & D. Co/ ........*........���������  Flumerfelt, A. G .........i.,....-...^*^...-.  Plumerfeit, -A*('-pT ^������v- ?������������������������-w-v-*.-������r--r?--  Eureka CopperJ. .^jnes J^td; .-.......,���������,..,.  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Lot No.   Taxes    Coeta      Total  if  C *������. ALUN,  OV CANASA  CRESTON BRANCH,  Msnctsr.  .i,***. *���������������*������������������������������������������������������������'*���������������������������������������������������������'���������'���������������������������������<  GENUINE ASSISTANCE^  TO FARMERS  T^uit this Bulk Uaiudous to asiibt thm mgitit  cultural devclopnierit of Canada Js shown  by the i*ct that twevthirda of pur borrowing  ctiMotiier* sate Tjinnaei-������. v  "11  Aa mppileatUm itur cmftdl* itomm  lw������ gjiysmm tk������ MMtut 4~mm������lMmtmtm '  wlU  ������8i  If  THE CANADIAN BANK  \mtJM!9        lhr^^llrll^li*^������B1C.C _~~\y.g  PAfD-UP CAPITAL       .        - $15,000,000  RESERVE-FUND -        -        $15.000,000  J~  s~~~w  Forteath, S. ......  Libby^ Bf. F. & Simmons V..C.  iyijCvj.i.auey������ trs,. *.*  .,,.^.������..���������'.���������.........  Abbott, J. L, G. ........'  Rossland KooWnay Mg. Co.   Roaf, S. R. ..r.,ii,fr....................r.   RoBBland Kobtenay Mg. Oo.   Campbell, A. B. ot nil   Nelbergall, Albert ..: ....  RoBBland Kootenay Mg. Co. ............. J. .  RoBBland Kootenay Mg. Co.   Forteath S��������� & Barnes, J.   VV AlllCwtllBli       C3������       Xj-P      t~mmmmmm~im*~m~,������*mt*p* *I������*i*<**i*mm>M������*������i������  Nelbergall, A : ,   Inland Empire M. & Mg. Co. Ltd   Nelbergall, A. ...:;i.M&.;-.;..;.;.-.��������� ������  Roaolnnd Kootenay Mg. Co., Ltd. ......  Rofinland Kootonay Mg, Co., Ltd   Coffey, JT. J. ot al .........;... ."./.........  Kdmondflon, T. M. ;   Forteath S. >& J. Barnes   Robinson, C. IS. & Berth, L, H.   Cottey, T. J. efc al ,   Oault C. BJ '���������'.   Roaaland Kootenay Mtf. Co., Ltd. ...:k  RootSland Kootonay Mg. Co.,.Ltd   NfcSborgall, "A   Inland Empire IMf. & Mr. Co   Johnson, Ifl. ot al ....;.t..   Coffoy, T. J. ot al   Rouolaiul Kootenay Me. Co., Ltd   CowLollo. W. fit ,   Coffoy, T. J. et al   Cameron, T. H. & MjeCren, W. S   Nleborgall, A.  .  7*  Abbacome Fraction  Alice L ;   Bis Chief* No. 2 ......  Columbia   Comstock   Copper Jack   Gem   Olondale   ....    Golden Chariot   GreatwiyeBtern    Heatherbell  ..". "Z...  Highland   Independent   Inland  Empire   Inland Frac   Kootonay ,  ICootepay Frac   LaBt Chance  rr...  Lightfoot '.   Livingstone   Lone Star  ~,..,..,  Mammoth     Mascot  ..,..  NlQkel Plate :   Ore-or-no-go ,   Saginaw   ,  Saginaw Frac .....  BL. Lawrence   Tiger   Tip Top   TrllWy      Undo ftmm    Viking ...-   Washington     I860  4331  1284  992  694  _5864  1185  994  11137  691  692  1499  1049  11136  8880  11166  697  .'1198  986  x3387  1600  4676  085  1844  637  ���������~yi.  ' 3881"  1197*  926  m   798  .    1626  983  4916  11138  2.00  10.25  11.60  3.25  4.06  1L76  6.26  9.50  0.2D  41.50  3.25  0.50  12.76  12.76  18.00  v   *B0  6.25  .25  7.76  2.26.  2.B0 -  12.00  ,6*26  11,00  4.76  ~.6d  .' iff.oo���������  8.60"  7.76  " 6.75  0,00  12.00  R.SO  11.75  iip.oo  8.76-^  6.'������5  - 3X.76  14.00  3.76  15.25  3,75  7.00  3.75  TT.75  15.50  3,76  8.76  0.00  8,76  18.25  3.76  10.00  8.75  15.25  -3.76  7.00  8.76  13.25  8.76  16.50  3.76  16.50  8.76  18.75  8.76  /   4.26  -8.76  0.00  3.7B  d.oo  8,76  11.60  8.75  6.00  3.76  6.25  3.76 '���������.  15.76  8.76  0.00  8.76  14.76  8.76  8.60  3.76  4.25  WiH .  10.76  3 75  7.26  9.76  11.50  8.76^^  10.50  3.728  12.75  3.76  ^15.75  8.75  12.25  8.76  35.50  3.76  16.75  Bated at NeI������on, B. C this 7th day of October, 1022.  II. R. TOWNSHND,  Provincial Collector.  prtSi  ^\  ���������'4*4Sf "'���������*���������  mi  mem.  ggW  I'l'MMMIMW 1       !*-.,   t-T^i  - V -y.  h  THE  ���������SES������OH  REVIEW  -P  /<���������-  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : 82.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C F. Hayes, Editor and Owner.  ORESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, OCT.   13  FALL FAIR PRIZE-WIHHERS |  FRUIT  APPLES���������Boxes  Five box   lot,   P R. truscott, W J  Truscott, W V Jackson.  Three  box lot,  W J \Truseott. P ������  Truscott* Mrs J C Hamilton.  Wagner, Mrs J ���������3 Hamilton, 1st. and  2id. -**  Northern   Spy,   T   Goodwin.   W S  McAlpine. '  Mcintosh Bed. T Goodwin 1st and  2nd.  Rhode Island Greening. T Goodwin.  Wealthy, W S McAlpine. T Good-  win.  Jonathan* Mrs.  P R  Truscott, Matt  Hagen, Wynndel.  Snot?, T 2~. Goodwin, L Littlejoha.  Ontario- Mrs J G  Hamilton. 1st and  2nd.  Delicious, T Goodwin, 1st and 2nd  Grimes   Golden,   Mrs VanAckeran,  Sara Moon.  Spitzenberg, T.  Goodwin, Mrs 'J Q  Hamilton.  Winter Banana   F J Klingensmith,  Sam Moon,  Northwest Greening, Mrs J  C Han:*  il ton, Mrs VanAckeran.  Gravenstein, T Goodwin,   L Littlejohn.  Best  box of apples in   show, W J  Truscott.  Best colored box of apples, T Good  win. lst,and 2nd.  Best packed box, T Goodwin   P K  Truscott.  Two boxes - Mcintosh Red, T Goodwin, Matt Hagen.  Peaches, Sam Moon  art ax awtatn W W?  %~~f������ * ~\ jujl.   .  Registered  bull, beef type-A. Comfort.       "  ,--  Grade cow,   dairy,  T   Goodwin. .A  Comfort.  -   Calf, beef, A Mirabelli.  Calf,   dairy.   G   Cartwright,   w   K  Crawford.  Beef breed cow. Keith Lidgate.  Jersey cow, w H  Crawford, 1st and  2nd.  Jersey heifer, O Cartwright.  Grade heifer, under two year.s F J  Klingensmith. F Jackson.  Purebred or grade, calf,. Albert Sherwood, Ben Crawford, Alex Henderson.  Dairy cow, w. H Crawford. ,T Goodwin. -  ' -  ^IghtgownhandmadesGIaraMorrows)  Pie, any other, Byelyh-Beyan, Lily  wiisou.,...*. .:_.-.'..:..  :.   , ;  w* _      ���������**������.. .^   -00. -0 -       TTi^tM*     HJ4r0.00m.-t.0m0  JOWlS, X~Uy nickel,    uwibk a~~.v-x~x.t-.  Nut tost, Lily *wih>ota, Lily Nickel.  Light  cake,  . Annie - Sfaiith,   Hirell  Miller.  Dressed  doll, Annie Smitbg,  Hirell  Miller.  ^ Specimen writing, pupils under 12���������  Mary Goodwin, Lettv Couling.  Specimen -writing,  pupils oyer 12���������  Edith Crawford. DorothjrMouI.  Brown bread. Mrs Stocks, Mrs Sam  Moon.;  Cake and pan of biscuits,. Mrs Henderson, Mrs J P. Cook.  Nut ioaf, Mrs Hayes, Mrs T~~ Payne,  Bread, Royal Household flour, Mrs  Stocks. Mrs G Nickel.  Bread, Our Best flour. Mrs % Stocks,  Mrs "Whitehead;  Bread, Five Roses- flour. Mrs J E  Hayden, Mrs whitehead.  Fob.   Sj_s_b���������Bay    Mare.   1300   lbs.,  good   worker,    nrice  right.     Also   a  woman's werm Brown  coat.  $10.    Apply Review Office.  sizs   40.  POULTRY  Barred Hocks���������Cock, w S McAlpine,  1st and  2nd.    Hen,   w   S   McAlpine;  Cockerel,  W   S   McAlpine,   P   Mann.  Pullet, W S McAlpine, F J Harbinson  Cranbrook.  "White Wyandottes���������Hen. F Patterson.  Cranbrook; E Langs ton, Lister.  _    PLANTS & FLOWERS  . Fern. Mrs M Young.  Geranium,    Mrs   Edmondson,   Mrs  Young.  ';��������� Begonia, Mrs C O Rodgers 1st & 2nd  Ornamental house plant, Mrs Young  Mrs Mallandaine.. ,    -    ,  Dahlias, Mrs C O Rodgers 2nd.  Sweet peas, Mrs w S^McAlpine, Mrs  B S Smith. ... -    .   ���������  Roses. F.Knott, Mrs C O Rodgers.  Lost���������At Arrow Creek. Sept. 24th,  No.  2A   Ansco   kodak,   loaded   with  j Eastman film.   Reward to party leaving same at Review Office.  CANCELUTIO* OF RESERVE  G   Cartwriht,  Cockerel. Mrs. F Powers,  Lister; Jas  Adlard.    Pullet, Jas Adlard, E Lang- Pearce.  ston, Lister. ^Snapdragone^   Mrs  Rhode Island Reds���������Cock, A Com- Mrs TM Edmondson.  tort. Hen, Mrs w lackson, A Comfort. " Gladiolias;.Mrs R S Smith, Mrs C O  Cockerel, Mrs w Jackson, A Comfort. Rodgers.  a-n,.st.t������. I    Kastuitiuin. Mrs W- Jackson. A D  Pull-  Pochin.  Collection  Notice is faereby given tliat tlie Reserve  covering portions of Eot 274, Group 1, Kootenay  District, sitnnte in the vicinity of Creston,  B.C,. and -subdivided ,as Lots 9563 and 95&L  Group I, Kootenay District, is cancelled for tbe  ma a-, r. ~~~ ' -.,. ~a mm. purpose of disposing- of same at -public auction  Asters,   Mrs  G  Cartwright. Mrs W  on adate to be later fixed by the undersigned.  Jackson. t .   CKiK. NADEN.  aacKson. Deputy Minister ol Lands.  Pansies. Mrs It S Smith,  Mrs F B "^  Is there any  Meat in  -***��������� h������ ---t     *   -n m.~m_-t.m    ma  APPLLS���������Plates  Wealthy, T Goodwin, W Hall.  Mcintosh Red,   W S McAlpine,   T  Goodwin. ..'��������� .  Gravenstein,   Sam   Moon,   1st  and  2nd.  Jonathan, Mrs K Kleist, J; E John-  sonv������:-*WfyDfi-dDiii 4*v*-*.;.>: *       yi.<i    .. ...-,.  Wftjgner,r 'IA. Little-John,   Mrs.   R S  Smith. y-'i.    . 'Z-?Z'? :yP-:iz:i{  Northern Spy. Mrs R S Smith, Mrs  Jas Maxwell.  Spitzenberg,  L Littlejohn, Mrs J O  Hamilton.  Cox Orange, W Hall,  L Littlejohn.  Snow, L Littlejohn. 1st and 2nd.  Ribston Pippin, W  V Jackson, 2nd.  Golden Russet, Mrs AE Penson 2nc|.  Delicious, Mrs Penson, P R Truscot.  Rome Beauty, J B Johnson, "wynn  del, 1st and 2nd.  King, Mrs VanAckeran,A Huygens. -  Ontariof Mrs Hamilton, w S Watson.  Rhode Island - Greening,   L Little-  john 1st and 2nd. -  Northwest Greening, Mrs Hamilton,  Mrs Penson.  Grimes Golden, A   Huygens,   Sam  Moon.  Winter Banana, F J Klingensmith,  Mrs Penson.  Tolman Sweet.   Mrs  Hamilton   1st  and 2nd.  Any other variety applet), W Hall,  Mrs Penson.  3 largest apples, J H Webster, Mrs  E Payne, Matt Hagen.  4 plateB apples. Mrs VanAckeran.   ..  Colored  plate,   Matt   Hagen,    Mrs  Hamilton.  Quinces, F J Klin gen bu������ ith, R S  Bevan.  Peaches, F Knott 1st nnd 2nd.  Hyalop Crabs, Mra F H Jackson, Albert Sherwood.  Martha Crabs, P II Truscott, .  H   S  Orpin ton���������Cockerel. G Nickel.  et. Mrs Stocks; 1st and 2nd.  White Leghorns, Rose or Single  Comb���������Hen. F JL^Harbinson, Cranbrook; G Nickel. Cockerel, G Nickel,  Mts Mallandaine. Pullet, F J Harbinson, G Nickel.  Leghorns, any variety���������Hen. G  Nickel. Cockerel, Mrs W Jacksou, G  Nickel. Pullet, G. Nickel, Mrs w Juekson. ���������'-. '.   -  Any other yariety,cock, Harry Smith.  Hen, Harry Smith, F J. Harbinson.  Cockerel, F J Harbinson. Pullet, F  J-Harbinson 1st and 2nd.  Breeding pen, 5" J Harbinson������ Oranhrook; F Patterson, Cranbrook.  Utility pen, Jas Adlard, w S McAlpine. .....  Best male bird in show, Mrs F Pow  ers. Lister.  Drake, Mrs PR Truscott/  Duck. Mrs P r~ Trusoiitts.  Gander. A Comfort.  Goose, A Comfort.  Guinea fowl,. *w S. McAlpine,.Mrs  Mallandaine.  Bantam, Roy Jackson. Jon Jackson.  Victoria, B.C., August 7,1922.  house   plants,   Mrs C O  Rntigers. Mrs E Botterill.  Boquet. any other kind, A D Pochin  FB Pearce.  nftH-nci i ATinu nc dcccdve  ������nsiwi,i.uiii������n   ������i   sibwwui b  Notice is hereby given that the Reserve  covering Lot 491, Group 1, Kootenay District,  PEARS. PLUMS. PRUNES  Penrs, box. M B Archibald, R Stark;  Pears, plate, M B Archlbald.WHall.  Green Gage, T Goodwin, S Moon.  Lombnrd, S Moon 1st and 2nd.  Italian Prunes, w S McAlpino 2nd.  Plate Green Gage, S Moon let & 2nd,  Plato pam6on, 8 Moon 1st nnd 2nd.  /"Plate Italian Prunes,, Mrs Ebbutt,  w S McAlpine.  Plato Grapes, & Pascuzzo. Sirdars G  Cartwright,  Table basket of fruit, MIbs A Ebbutt  Mrs Thurston.  Sweepstakes, most points In fruit, T  Goodwin.  H HORSES  Brood mare with foal at foot, John  HuBcroft.  Heavy draft town, G Oartwright,  DR Floyd.  Saddle pony, hoy������ and girls, Bert  Quist, Margaret Bunny.  General purpose ranch horse, Ed  Wenton. A Comfort.  General Purpose team, J P Cook*  Geo Hood.  ./.  . ... . . .. MZ~~f������.~~.Y ���������:���������'���������?..?&*. y py  ���������   Extracted, Mrs- Botterill, F Knotti   :]  ��������� -i "ip- GOA^y^z~zy:^>,  Milch got, P G Ebbutt,.JE * W Harri  ���������son..... ��������� -Z..  Kid, under 1 year, B *w Harrison 1st  and 2nd.  RABBITS  Belgian hare. Phyllis Hamilton ist  and 2nd.  Flemish giant, Mrs BS Smith, Mary  Goodwin. ',/-"���������  PIGS  Pen purebred or grade, G Nickel.  V *���������*'  ROOTS fif VEGETABLES  Potatoes, John Huscroft, J H Wel>-  ster.  Collection vegetables; E Simmons. L  Littlejohn, John Huscroft.  ��������� Tomatoes, crate, w S watson.  Largest potatoes, J H Webster.  Turnips. F B Pearce, John Huscroft.  Carrots. Mrs *w Jackson,JH Webster.  Parsnips. F B Pearce. A D Pochin.  Cauliflower, Jim 'Cherrington.  Beets, G Cartwright, LLittlejohn.  Corn, ears, w Hall. A D Pochin.  Cucumbers, L Llttlejohn.E Simmons  Tomatoes. Mrn A North, Sirdar.  Pumpkin,  Mrs E  Payne,   G   Cartwright.  Squash, A D Pochan, K Kleist:  Cabbage, John Huacroft, MrsPayne.  :   Marrows, T M Edmondson.K Kleist.  Celery,    T   M   Edmondson,    F  B.  Peivrce.  Citron, L. Littlejohn, let and 2nd.  Onions, Herb Lewis, F B Peurce.  Onions,   pickling,   F  B   Pearce,   L  Littlejohn.  Watermelon^ L Littlejohn.  G Oatt-  wright.  Mwskfttelon, Mx* Nathoi'st, L Littlejohn.  Sunflower,  head,  A Comfort,  M B  Archibald,  Sunflower, tallent, M B Archibald,  Fodde^ corn, A Comfort.  Carrots,  white, Mrs  R S Smith, L  Littlejohn.^  Beete. feed��������� John Hiifleroft, J H.  Webster.  Mangolds, Mrs R S Smith, G Cartwright.       .    .Zy  ���������- '"��������� Juvenile  Underskirt machine made, Lily  wlloon, Violet Morrow.  Buttonholes, Violet Morrow, Phyllis  HmkmiiIUjii,  Lemon   pie,    Lily  Nickel,   Phyllis  Hamilton.  NEEDLEWORK  Handmade nightdress,   Miss   Pearl  McKinnon, 1st and 2nd.        /'  _ Work dress, Mrs E Botterill. Mrs F  B Pearce.  " Buttonholes on garment.  Mrs Slater, Rossland; .,  Darning on 'worn:v'Bbck,   Mrs   w   S  McAlpine, Mrs Fred Lewis.  Towel, with crochet^ Miss McKinnon, Mrs Benninger.  Corset cover yoke,iMrs w S Watson,  Mrs^Varley.   _/  Collection crochet. Miss, MeKinnon,  Miss Lyda Johnson.      _  Pillow   cases,   Mrs    G   Cartwright,  Sofa cushion.   Miss   Lyda   Johnson,  Mrs w Jackson.  Collection fancy work. Mrs G Cartwright, Miss McKinnon.  Work apron, Mrs RT Dalbom, Mrs G'  Cartwright. ,        ..c - ~&  Underskirt  Ena^cukifie ui&S-fe, 2o.es. ;s?  B Pearce.   ^        - ���������*, t i. -.-  Man's shirt,  Mrs ;E   Botterill,   Mrs  Cherrington. '  Handmade rug,   Mrs   ~~.r~.hom,-  1st  and 2nd.  Tea apron. Mrs   Dalbora,   Mrs   J E  Hayden.  Tea Co8ey.   Mrs Slater,   Rossland;  Mrs J wr Paul.  -Fancy bag. Mrs H B Downs. *.' * ."* "  Beaded   embroidery.   Mrs   Dal bom.  Miss Lyda Johnson,-'  Pin cushion, Mrs Varley.  Mrs Beninger. *-*���������---->��������� '.*.  Boys "shirtwaiBt,   Mrs   E   Botterill,  Mrs Thurston.  Brtby  bonnet,   Mrs   Beninger.   Mra  Downs. '  Ladies* sweater, , Mrs   Downs,   Mrs  Fred Lewis. .- ' ,  , Piece 'Embroidery, Miss McKinnon.  MrsVairley.   " ���������   '"'���������       ���������  Piece crochet.  Miss McKinnon, Mrs  Edmondson. *  situatedT in the vicinity of Creston, B.CV by  reason ,ttt a notice published in the British  Columbia Gazette on the 27fch December, 1907,  is cancelled for the purpose of disposing Of the  subdivision of same by public auction on a date  to be later fixed by the undersigned. -  O R. NADEN.  Dennty Minister of I<and<&-  yictoria, B.C., August 7,1920-..-..' v  . This is tho first question that presents itself  to the housewife it an  unexpected visitor drops  in for. a meal. But why  worry?  ^hgossreek Brand  Hams aad Bacon  Finest  Qmaiity  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c.  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock5  products.  P.  & CO., Lid.  CANNED GOODS P?  Canned fruity Mrs *w Jackson,  Mrs  C G Bennett. *-'.-  Jam, Mrs E Payne,  Miss Amy Eb-  Collection   canned ,. goods.    Mrs   E  Payne, Mrs Jas Mhxwi41.  Marmalade, Mra   Hayes,   Mrs   Gar-  land. .'*, '   .     '       ������������'_'.  Jelly. Mrs Mallandaine, Mrs Stocks.  - Canned vegetables, Mrs w Jackson,  MrsEPayne*  .Ketchup. Mrs H>yes. Mra M Young.  : Pickles, Mrs Bennett Mrs M Young.  BUTTER & EGGS  Butter, pound prints., Mrs Mallandaine, Mrs F Powers, Lister.  Butter, 3 lb mint, Mrs Nathorst,  Mrs T E Goodwin.    .       .  Dozen white eggs. P G Ebbutt,  Harry Smith.  Dozen brown rgge, J P Cook, Keith  Lidgate. ... .....  , COoklNG  Buob, Mrs G Cartwright, Mrs James  Msxwell.   ������������������ '        ,T _; ',  Devil food cake, Mr������ Huyes. Mrs J E  Hayden.    ������������������ ���������  Rolled onts cake; Mrs F B Pearce,  Mra Benninger.  CookloBrMrs Hayes, Mrs Stocks.  Ginger snaps, Mrs Nathorst. Mra  Stocks.  v _       .      Am     ^ mm.  Apple pie, Mra Stocks, Mrs S Moon  Lemon   pie.   kV-retla   Jbowifi,   Mra   <&  NlckCl. ' m. ' rv.'    vr    .  Bultanu cake, l^rs G Johnson, Mrs  whitehead.  Layer cake, Mrs M Young, .Mrs Jas  Maxwell,    ���������' 'y~ 'P'    '���������  y ~~  Fruit cftke,  ;Mra   G   Johnson, Mrs  M Young.  Dougl������u������t8i    M:rfl     Beninger, Mrs  Pumpkin pie,   Mro  Beninger.   Mrs  ! BUtcko. *-  ���������*���������  Gingerbread, Mra   M   Young,   Mrs  Mallandaine.  ...  OUR STOCK OF  ir-sraira  U W������v-'UUllii^lJIi  ii bought   fo smt  the  Full9  Medium and Slender Figures*  Every D & A Qor������et is made  with exact precision.     ..-;*  i <z'      -   -r   '   '%  The be^t qua|ity of material i������:  -used, and so strongly made  that they can be worn- day ���������  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. ���������  Prices:  $2.00 to $3.25  See our complete stock in all  styles and sizes.  ^5������ ' /*.���������     t^y ML     C-t sn 1^4^  GENEKAL MERCHANT.  'M      .flj "'J : Bfl^^,     ���������JfflfflH    J^ -ffl^^ lyw  We -wotild 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.  H H^mED wj BEBB y tfflQ fl ]S B   BSnBSBB&MH 3 BBBmB S p\\__m Wmym  9-     I*  ������MMH ������l  * ������^.ej������  I ���������*~  i  j y: a :���������  RSTim&W, CBESTON, B. C������  ZEMA IM RASH  TICURA HEALS  Itchy and Burned.  Troubled Six Weeks.  "Oat daughter's face came out in  a rash that we were told was eczema.  Her cheeks got sore  and she rubbed causing loss of sleep. The  breaking out was very  itchy and burned so  that I had to tiegloves  ori.her hands to keep  her from scratching.  "This   trouble lasted   about   size  weeks before" I-used Cuticura. I used  one large box of Cuticura Ointment  with two  cakes   of ��������� Cuticura  Soap  when she waa healed." (Signed)Mrs.  H. Stares, Blenheim Rd., Gait, Ont.  Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Tal-  ���������5 -gum are ideal for daily toilet -uses.  Soap 25c, Ointment 25 and 50c   Sold  throughout theBominion. CanadtanDepot:  tTma-M. Limited. St. Paul St., Montreal.  Cuticura Soap ���������haves -without mng.  A Whistling Mouse  Only   Onc    Known   That   Can    Mimic  ���������    Birds  The town of Ocie in OzarkTCounty,  Mo., makes a bid for fame with a  whistling mouse; the first of its kind.  Whether this mouse has ��������� been Imbibing too freely of Ozark "corn lick-  er," or whether -It thinks it is .& mocking bird, 3 s not clear.  _ rt was discovered in -the home 'off W.  H. Hampton, a merchant at Ocie, and  apparently had wandered in, from  the woods for the wint.er.  The mouse can mimic^ a quail,  mocking bird or any other bird, according to the Rev. Walter E. 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.k  HiddlSSl.* YUUK UWN Wim  rheumatic; aches  quickly relieved  * N "vHE racking, agonizing rheumatic  JL ache is quickly relieved by ah. apr  *    plication of Sloan's Liniment.'  4* For forty years,-folks all over the  world have found, Sloan's to be the  natural enemy of pains and aches.  "It penetrates xoithou. rubbing.  - You can-just- tell by its healthy i  stimulating odor that it is going to do a  you good.   ' - "  Keep Sloans handy tor neuralgia^  sciatica, lame back, stiff joints^ sor&  muscles, strains and sprains.  At all druggists���������3Sc, 70c, $1.40.  Made in Canada.'  Grace the Tea Hour  Rats are doing damage to Richmond dykes on Lmlu islands, B.C., by  working under and through them.  According to information received  in Calgary, a small flow of oil has  heen struck, at Walsh, Alta., just east  of Medicine Hat. ���������: . ?���������  The loss of a nickel cost the life  of 13-year-old John Martin, of New  York. He -opened a subway grating  to recover it, and. fell to the tracks  underneath in the. path of a train.  Information gathered by the Nortli-  - west  Grain Dealers' - Association ���������������������������was.  that    farmers    in    the three western  provinces haye 31 .million bushels ot"  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  regulating with Dr. Hamilton's Pills  a real medicine that is noted-for restoring the bloom o'f health to sickly  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 Dr.  Hamilton's Pills, j Sold everywhere,  25c per box, or from the Catarrhozone  Co., Montreal.  Crerar Re-Elected President  JJLLCUa. n.ct.  The Newspapers Win  Results   &how   .There   Is    No   Better  ��������� Advertising Medium  -Value of newspapers for advertising  has once more been demonstrated by  aa extensive survey made oy United  States army officers of all means of  publicity used last summer to secure  candidates for .the citizens' military  training camp at JPlattsburg. Each  candidate who 'attended the camp was  asked how rhe learned of the camp  and the responses from these answers  have been carefully checked. In the  drive for candidates every possible  means of publicity was used^ including show cards," addresses in public  gatherings and personal "solicitation.  The survey of results of these mean3  of-publicity���������'��������� shows that newspapers  informed nearly 50 per cent, of all  candidates.  Jerome Napoleon ;Bonaparte, great-  great-nephew of the famous Napoleon,  declared in New York that he was not  giving serious consideration to an invitation to ascend the throne of  Albania. Z?->:i  Announcement was made by' the  Provincial Government that Colin  Groff, a member 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 wasreeeived by the Canadian  Government Merchant Marine, of the  arrival at Novoroossk, Russia, of the  steamer Canadian Seigneur with the  first consignment of the 50-0 tank cars,  manufactured Cor the Russian'Soviet  Government by the Canadian Car and  Foundry  Company, of  Montreal.  A well-de fined earthquake was registered at Gonzales Observatory. Victoria, on Dec. IjSth, commencing at  7.40 a.m.. the maximum vibration being- registered at 7.51 a.m., and the  vibration lasting- two hours. The  ���������distance is estimated at 1,200 miles,  ���������or in Northern Mexico.  United     Grain    Growers    Elect     New  ^ Officers for. the Yean    '  Hou.   T.V A.   Crerar   was re-elected  president of the United Grain Growers-, timited,at. a meeting of "directors  held at Winnipeg.    C." Rice Jones was  i*e:elected     first    vice-president     and  'general   manager!   '' J.   J. : McIieUan,  Purple   Springs,r Alta.,   F.   J.   Collyer,  Welwyn,-Sask'., arid John P. Reid, Arcadia, Sask.., ,>yer'e: elected- to the- executive.   . 'J^nii Kennedy, of ���������Winnipeg,  Svas   elected   second   viee-president.; -  "��������� E. J. Fream,    Calgary,    and    F.? M.  Black, Winnipeg, /were    re-appointed  secretary  and  treasurer  respectively.  OIHING TO EQUAli  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  HALIFAX EXPLOSION  VVRECKEITHER NERVES  The*reader will, no doubt, remember  when a  few years  ago- there  was  a  collision in the Halifax, N.S.,  Harbor  [and  one  of the. munition^ ships   was  [blown up, causing'great loss  oi  li.'o  sand laying a> large por tion, of the city   -  In ruins, and causing-ar*great deal o������  suffering .and digtress,'among the in-.  habitants. _ __  Mrs. WinQekl Dill, now of Windsor.  N.S., was living in Halifax fat that  time and went through this trying experience'and the shock wrecked her  nerves. She writes as, follows:���������"E  was living in Halifax at the time of  the explosion, and . it wrecked nay-  nerves so that I could not ' do ray  housework.- I would take such nervous spells I would be under thc doe-  tor's care.*  _I saw Miiburn's ��������� Heart and Nerve  Pills, advertised, so I took: two boxes,  arid they helped me so much t'took six -  more, and now I am completely relieved. I can recommend them to anyone suffering from heart and nerve  trouble."  To tall those who suffer from nerv-  vous shock 'we would recommend our  MILBURN'S  . HEART AM) 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, 50c a box al all dealers, or*  mailed direct on receipt of price hy  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Out.  By Marie Belmont  Mrs. Alfred Naiidj*-Natagan 3-tiver,"  Que., writes:���������"I do not think there  I is any other medicine to equal Baby's  Own Tablets for little ones. I have  iised them for my baby and "would  use nothing else.;" What Mrs.,Naud  says thousands of other mothers say.  The tea-time hour can. find no more  Charmingly feminine garment than  this; creation of rose chiffon and gray  lace, trimmed in wide bands oE Australian opossum. The ^; warm  itnie of the chiffon gives just enough  color to the* neutral gray, while the.  flying side panels add their finishing*  touch o������ smartness. Spealdng Of  panels, it seems that the straight-line  frock will never' again relinquish these  added bits of extra length, now they  have annexed them. " Indefinite! hemlines, top, remain at the height of tbfe  mode, as bespoken in the bit of gray  Swiss Kav-6 Joint Dairies ;       . Ze"--.  -Switzerland   has   many co-operative  cattle, associations, besides joint stock ..  dairies in every village. ..  ~- Usefu I    in    Camp.*���������Explorers,    sur-  rose , veyOrs,  prospe ctors, and  hunters  will  'find Dr. Thomas" lEclectric : Oil    very  useful in camp.      When the feet and -  legs are wet.and cold it is well-to.rub v-  them "freely with the Gil and the. re- .  suit will be the prevention *~f.pains in  the muscles,-and should a cut, or contusion, or sprain he sustained, nothing  could be better as a dressing or lotion.  that-  Dyed Her Sweater  And Silk Stockings  Each package of "Diamond Dyes" con:  tains directions so simple that any wtf-  mati can dye or tint faded, shabby skirts,  dresses, waists, coats, sweaters, stocking's, hangings, draperies, everything like  new. Buy "Diamond -Dyes"���������no .other  kind���������then perfect home dyeing is guaranteed, even if yon have, never dyed before. Tell your -drugylst whether thb  material you wish^to dye is woo! or silk,  or whether it is linen, cotton, or mixed  goods. - Diamond Dyes never streak,  spot,  fade,  or run.. '  TJiey haye found by trial  Tablets alwaysZy. do just what Is  claimed for thegnM* -.*, The Table-tgiare*  a ^mild but thdl"'crSgh laxative which  regulate the bow������ls, and sweeten the  stomach and thus banish indigestion,  constipation, colic," colds, etc. They  are sold by medicine dealers or by  mail at 25.cents a box from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont. -"    .  ^e 1 lace  which finishes   the  skirt.    '. "For the  wearer  Attack of Liver Complaint  The  telephone rang  and  the  bookkeeper    answered  fit,    as the Boston  Transcript    tells   it..     "YeSj,   madam,  rose  who  s^riking^seffects   rather.-., than.  ,*  chiffon  desires  . softeT  tones, the same gown is suggested in  black lace over white -satin, with monkey fur fringe instead* of the wide fur  bands. _ ���������-'*,-  Butterfly Farms in England -  In England are several farms devoted entirely to the . cultivation of  butterflies and -moths.  Minard's l_inim.<ent for Garget in Cows  Before calling a man a liar, be,.sure  you are right���������then don't.  Nation-wide Fame.���������There is scarcely- a corner, of this great Dominion  where    the    merits    of   Dr.    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  arising   from  inflatnamtion.      Rubbed  R  AW FUR COLLECTORS AND  TRAPPERS get highest prices  J"or your furs.. Ship them to me. . . 1 .  have more than satisfied others^ - Yoiru  too arc sure-of best returns. Write  for . tags and price list. Reuben  Wolff, 114 West 30th. St., New York.  this  is Wilkins'  market,"   :  "This is,  Mrs. Blank.      I- wantyou to know that��������� ^^^J^^Ev^^^st ^&  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 me  a coffee and liqueur, and while  you're away you might -send me a  postcard  now and  then."  the liver you sent me is most unsatis:.  factory. ���������; -It is not'calf's liver at "all;  calf's liver is tender and���������" "Just,  a moment, madarn, and I'll, call the  proprietor." "What is it?" Wilkins  asked, The bookkeeper 'surrendered  the phone. '"Mrs. Blank,", he said.  "Liver complaint."  ily absorbed, and it can also be taken  .internally. " "���������'���������"  MONEY ORDERS  . Send   a. 'Dominion   Express   Motiey  They  are payable everywhere.  Order,  1  1  A "balanced diet" may sound  confusing to many people  The facts*, as explained  here, are simple,  ;Thej5ecretof ������ ^baJlanced diet"is to have food  containing all" the -elements needed for proper  nutrition. These elements are protein, to nourish  the tissues:; starch and sugar to furnish energy;  fat to supply heat; and mineral salts to provide  the material necessary for building nerves, brain,  end tooth and bon������������ structure.  Grape-Nuts, the nourishing cereal made tyf  whole wheat flour 9>rn<~ malted barley, served with  cream or milk, is n complete food for young and  old alike.  Go to your grocer today and get a package of  Grope-Nuta. Eat It with milk or cream for  br^nlrfsiat; or wllh ������tewed fruit, jelly or Jam. cm a  delicious deasert for lunch or dinner.  Every mftmW <ot the family will r������!i������ih ihim  palatable and nouriflltlng food���������  Grape-Nuts���������the Body Builder  ~*~t*A������ \vf Ctx*~tiA\*-\ \^m~m~m C*****! O*,, t~%A., "WlnAtttv., Onk*.  Arabian Vinegar Best  The vinegar made by the Arabs  said to_bo far super|or to any other.  is  Corns, cripple the feet and make  walking a torture, yet. sure relief in  the shape of Holloway's Corn Remover is within reach d������,all.  Mothers can easily know when their  children are ti-oubled with worms, and  they losef no time %u applying a reliable remedy-^���������Mothej4 Graves' Worm  Exterminator. .  German Water Flare  Found In England  Picked Up In Woods And Sent To j^lr  Ministry .'    .;.  A CJerraai* , water*-^''flare _.lui.B*be^ii  1'ountl In Mar Forest, Deesi^le, Flare a''  of;'* this type were dropped ijy Zeppelins to enable the commander to as-  cerUdiv whethor he was fly 1 ug. over'  laird or water, ' v   ��������� * ..  This particular .flare, which was  found by a Ehillie and handed by him  to the Prince of Wales, who sent It  on: to the air ndnlHtry, was no' doubt  droppotl by thc ill-fatod Zeppelin'  Ij-2'0, which lefT Germany with'-nlino  othor alrshipH on the morning o~ May.  2, 3 01.fi. Thc L-20 crosaod the coast  of Scotland al, iLunan \hxy and iioyr  on pant Montrose, i*whei������e H turned  Inland, ancl flew paat Hrochln over  lhc B^n-oHt of Mar and within 3B mllofl  of Itulmoral. 11. crosucd the Mona-  dhllsith Mount ulna and the Caledonian  Canal. It, then altered Um course and  How RiiBt by north .and dropped four  bmmb.1 in the math ol Abcrdeen-shire,  thi.y TL'-i-t'OHKoil |ho eoiiHt near Crutlen  Hay.  Over the North Hca the L-20 raol  heavy wlnihi and wau driven agalrwt  hl������h lu nil at HnndhaeH In Norway, on  I ho inorulnrr of May 3. The airship  waa badly Injured and fell Jnto a  fjn������'(*! ���������-nit r'r\t>.*r, Hor o-OTTHr*ri*V'!or ffl-n  Cn(4j������ln-Llmjtenant fttabert.  ,   Bolshevians   Eat Clay  Sauce  The Bolshevians prepare fronr clay  a sauce that adds rel.Esh to their potatoes. ���������'.���������'���������  NOTICE  TOURISTS TO VANCOUVER, VICTORIA,   SEATTLE,   CALIFORNIA   AND   OTHER   WINTER  RESORTS  SEND for''superbly jnustmteu'  booklets giving* full and reliable  Information coverLng- excellent  Dollarv a. Day. hotels, Good Apart- .  memts at reasonable rates,. Ho\isos  for Rent, best Restaurants and  general Information that will save  you endless trouble and considerable money.  Sent postpaid on receipt of 30c for  postag-o. Address "Editor, ������������������ Tho  Traveller, Drawer IC, Imperial  Block, Vancouver, B.C.  Ji  You're. Constipated!  Take "Cascarets1  For Liver, Bowels  Sick headache, biliousness,' coated  .tonKue*, or spur, gassy stomach���������always  trace this to torpid liver and delayed,  fermenting rood in tho bowels. Caa-  careta work v/hilo you Bleep, They  inamediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour,' undigested food and  foul gases, tako the excess bile from  the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons In  the, "bowels. Get a 10-cent hox now  and lot "Cascarets" straighten ,yott out  by morning.  'JMI'MMMiiiiliMBiiiiiifg  iummm  MfWtfli  tVWnard'B Llnlnwit tor CoW������r ������io.  Motlnefp Quick! Give  California Fig Syrup  For Child's Bowels  TCven a Riclr child loves tho "fruity'''  tasto-of "OaUCornla I^lpr Syrup." If  tho little tongue Ir coated, or If your  child in listless, cross, feverish, full of  cold, oc has colic, a tcaspoonful will  nc-ver fait to open, the bowcln. In. a  few ho lira you can see for yourself  how thoroughly It works all tho constipation poison, sour bile and waste  from the tendon little bowcla and  glvoa you a well, playful cli Lid ajxahi.  Millions of mothers keep "California  Flu Syrup" handy. They 1-mow n  teuBpoonl'ul today saves a Hick child tomorrow, Ask your tlrugRlst for genuine "California Flgr Syrup" which has  uirecniuiiH iiir uit-������luH auu ������;hjidr-oit ui'  jtll ntroH printed on  bottle.      Mother!  1' You tuw&t swy "CHllfornla" or you snay  got an Imitation  tig ayrup.  Lift Off with Fingers  Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop, a lltllo  '"IPre'oizoiio^ on an aching corn, instant'  ly that corn stops hurting, then short'  ly you lift It right ott with Angary.  Truly!  Your.druggl.ut sells a tiny bottle oC  "PreeKOiuo"' Cor a Cow cento, jsufllclcnt  to remove every hard corn, soft corn,  01*  C���������Q*1*^,. }^H..i"t-���������r*T\   ihr* t^i^R,  tSXH,   .)\t*  /<-)!���������  luscn, without soreno������������ or Irritation".  W.   N.    0.    1400  Si  i  ���������11  ll*  "I  'M  tumim High and Public^  School Report!  High    School,  -Division"    I.���������C- M.  ���������Brousson. B.Srv: Principal.  Bnrplltii������*nt 17.  Averag-e fittendance 11.82. '  , -Perfect attendance and  punctuality  ���������Robert Crawford, Eva Holmes. Vera  Listen, Violet Morrow.  Public   School,���������Division   I.-^G:   P.  Smith, Principal. .  '   Highest standing: _Junior Fourth���������  Aileen  Hendy,"Edward  BiiBh*  Edith  Couling. ,    . _  Perfect attendance���������Nadine Bell,  Ed ward'Bus'*, Edith Couling, Charles  Cotterill, James Learuy. Hel#a Nelson,  Elmer Olson, Annie :SinHh..- J&abel  West^Li ly Wilson,' Aili-ker R<������ss.    .  Highest  standing:  Violet Morrow.  Matriculation-  Division II.���������J. D. Sidityns, Teacher.  Enrollment 10. - _ -   "  .AverHge Eittendance, 8.92.-        -"  Perfect   attendance���������Edith    Duvies,  Evelyn   Hurry,     Edith     Palfieyma������',  Gladys Webster t - *    "  Division II.���������Miss  Hiprhest standidsj: Senior Third���������  Clarence Staple?, William Bush.. Harold Speers...^ Junior "Third���������Arthur  C< uling, Nounian Finla5'son, Rophina  Androsow.     t N    "..   *      "  Perfect atteritfance���������"William Bush,  Fred Christie, Arthur Couling, Archie  Inj������lehart, Norman Finlayson, Alex.  Henderson,  Jessie Learmonth,   Verne  Olaoh, ���������" -Dorothy* -Ityckman, Harold  Speers, /CJlarence Staples,, Lillian  Thompson.   Margaret?*������Wa liter,   Edith  Webb.;   '.     '~     Z  '   '���������  Division III.���������Miss Wade, Teacher.  , Highest standing:    Senior Second���������  Laura Holmes.  Jean  McCreath*. Ran-  dell Payne,    -r**.-*- ' .   ���������  .Perfect attendance���������rLyda Christie,  Frank ^jCrafwford, Arthur Cromack,  Virkers," Teacher.^Vilbert Doble; Lionel pownes, Catherine Embree, Marion Embree, Jean  Henderson/Laura Holmes. AdjCLewi;*  Hirell Miller. Madeline Moore? Jean.  McCreath. Ran dell' Payne, Dona  Peairs, Alice Ryckman, EIs>fe Spiers,  B^tty 'Speers, Aileen Spratt. Dora  Spratt, Arthur Webstei\Jjr wen -Webster, v.  1  FREE  Try the Drugstore First  *^������������������WM-M^^^iMW**���������*���������WWW*������lM^i '  ������������������Gakfi Almond Rnan-  We run-the Pick of the Pictures only  RAffQ THEATRE    #������ ju  -..-' Regular Prices 3*111 ji;  \  T***-**-     i-atkrlfvvi  JLJ-JI    VJIVAUI  to fully introduce Palm,o!ive products we are  offering for the next few days a 15c.  cake of  - the well-known Almond Soap with every $1  purchase of  Palmolive   goods, including  r-' I   ^  Palmolive Soap, Talcum Powdejr  Shaving Soap and Shaving Cream  Palmolive Soap is too well known   that it  needs   no  recommendation, and you will find all   the other  -V-'       Palmolive lines equally, satisfactory._  ��������� y ���������^^   *  I  -Viail Orders tn  Specialty.  -UHllfHT,  Lift i  I  Division" LV.���������Miss Moore, Teacher.  '  Junior..   Second  < rte-ader    B���������Beth  West; "Dora BJicfcel. Billy   Bayle  and  Sally Johnson equal'.      First Reader���������  Lillian-Trevelyan, Tom Cannady   and  Irene MeKeeyer equal, Frances Moore.  ��������� Perfect attendance1���������Ered Alder&on,  Billy   Bayli*.~"   Lynn   Bt-nzer,    Harold |  Benninger.   Eric Bennett,  Tom Caun  ady, Earl Christie.   Lin Dnble,   Erwin ���������  Crosthwait,      Marjgorie      Learmnptlv  Frances     Lewis,   Frances    L.    Lewis,  Mavy   Maione     Dora    Niels*?!,-   Hilda  Payne,   Douglas    Spiers,   Beth   West,  Herbert West', R.-.fcerl" Whit?." - f-  Division V.���������Miss Creighton.Teacher.,  Highest standing:   First Primer A���������  Andrew     Miller.      Margaret     Blinco  Lloyd Olson.      First Primer B���������Herb  ert Couling, Hubert Beninger, Lucille  Bloor^- Rec'eiving Class���������Lily White,  Allan Staples. Meade Beazer.  , Perfect attendance���������Jay Bliss, Lucille Bloor, JUubert Benninger, Meadf  Beazer, Herbert Couling. Herbert  Dodd, Eileen Foster, Sidney Fisher,  Jack Gibbs, Charlie Huddle, '-Sidney.  Huddle, Mabel Johnson. Jack Jolna-  -stori, Jim Johnston, Leah Can.-nady",  Hespei- Lewis, Andrew Miller*. Roland  Miller. Arthur Nichols, Lloyd Olson,  Stanley "Olson, Katie Payne, Jack  Payne. ^Arthur Speers, A-Uan Speers.  Lily White*.  Ph.t~*sl& S?-TjV~*-t_-       ~.  Promp t A tten tion  PAULINE FREDERICK in  -She wore cowboy doth'as of flannel and leather.  -She rode bad horses and shot bad men. .,    ,  -So he disliked her.    Then he saw her a dream of  feminine beauty in a Paris evening gpwn.  -Don't miss this great story of love and adventure.  HAROLD LL&YD Comedy  y  I.,  Mackinaw co.its just'arrTved. Let  us fit you out for the cold"-weather.  Prices $0.50 to $11.    Mawson Bros. , -  _ ^^ S  T- ��������� -      &   "^.TT*****.     m"*. ���������T'-^b.-      ���������" f'������������."i ���������""feS""* ���������"-& 99  f -  ���������-.%���������  >-  **-  COMMENCING at  10 AM-  V*  ���������/  trf1.  Qvejr Due Hundred parcels *^ Bench sipajl ^-creag:^ lots in Kootenay; Valley,  and ^^um'oer or *d f  V  ,",',������  "The ������������������T'erms' of Sale' will be:-*1 ' OnWOuaf ter: Cash;   the balance in, equal "payments in One, Two and Th'feS&i Years,  with" Interest at Six Per Cent on  the deferred payments, and where-'improvements exist these .must be  fully paid for on clay q������ sale if bought by other than the person responsible for same. 4  i , ' i . ' 4~ - ���������     f  '     ,��������� ��������� " . ' * - -"' '  For funrttier particulars apply to the ^Goyeifninfent Agent, Nelson, B*C*,  or the Department of Lands, Victoria, B.C.  %   . *' yz. '    '%****     '...,.   ' *   * " *  " ��������� ' " ,      ' * ..,,/'.       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ST*  Sf*-  19  Canada s Interest  JLiJL  Eli  uirope  X  -���������For many generations back the people of Canada and the United States  With but few* exceptions held the view that they-were but little concerned in  the affairs of Europe and thai what nations and people������there might or might  not-do was of little importance to the residents of North America.      Of course.  For _Inf ants and Children.  1st Use For Over SO Years  Always bear*?  tbe     ���������  _  Signature of  ~~  -Small 'Percsntaa������  It is said, that only 20 per" cent, of  .graduates from agricultural "colleges  t|ll the-soil, the" balance preferring the  professional classesT "What seems to  be a. -primary need is more overalls  and less white collars.���������Hamilton  Spectator. '".  A Hundred Dollars Worth  >  For Tliiirly-FiveXents  When -yote   are "awakened   from   a  sound sleep",by Cramps, when without  men of affairs and those engaged in International trade and finance vrere net- \ a moment's warning pain springs upon  ter Informed, but the great mass of people gave little heed to European quar-, you, it's then you* would readily pay a  rels and economics, excentvas matters of news appearing In the papers.      --~-phundr.ed  dollar^   for _the   quick  relief  you "could secure & from a thirty-live  cent bo~ttle of trusty old Nerviline.  Nothing like Nerviline to kelieye  cramps, stomach gas, diarrhoea and  merely during the Avar y^ears but since the Armistice "that lesson has been-j-lcindr-ed ills.      Nothing better for Neu-   " ralgia. cold in the     chest    and "* sore  thrdal.      The    price    of Nerviline_is  thirty-five cents, no more, no less,  in  .all stores where medicines are sold."  "The Great War breaking with s'tartling suddeness in 1914 was a rude  awakening, and the humblest and most remote home on this continent was  made to realize that the human family was one after all, and that what deeply affected the people in Europe- was  the immediate���������concern of all.      Not  painfully  Impressed   upon   our  people.       True,   a certain-school-of political  thought*in the United,States still seeks to maintain the old traditional policy  of American aloofness from all participation in European politics and affairs,  and they were powerful "enough politically to keep the "United States out of  the' League of Nations, and also strong enough to foist upon the big Republic  a renewed declaration and tariff policy calculatedto shut out as tar as possible all foreign goods.  /fhe -more observant, far-seeing, and. best informed* people realize, however, that in these modern"times of instantaneous communication and means  of rapid transportation, no nation can live solely unto itself. In matters qf  trade, for example, it is now recognised that hot only must-production and  consumption be fairly balanced ia a country in order to maintain a condition  of prosperity, but that 1her"e must be an .economic equilibrium maintained  throughout the world. Production and consumption must go together if the  balance is to be kept right. ~        :*--"'  Business goes well when the various productive elements are "properly  balanced, and~when different kinds of things are produced in right proportions. A gi^eat producing country is also a great consuming country if its  equilibrium is maintained, but the substantial over-development or serious injury of any great industry throws the whole thing out-d" gear, and then depression and demoralization i'OllOW. '*''"  The world is suffering from such a situation today, because, on the whole.  less is being produced than before the war, but there is a relative over-production of farm products and raw materials. This is dsj.e. not to conditions.in  America, but because of the fact that Europe, the world's great manufacturing centre before  the  war, and  the world's great  market   for farm*; products  r.dfr-3 r������-r������ Gli'a   *ic  Aluminum" Long Hidden  The. earth is ^one-thirteenth aluminum, yet this most abundant of  all metals was scarcely more than- a  curiosity in the indusliial world .of  twenty-five years ago.  THE WAY TO BE WELl  'W.J. HUNTINGFORD  - Editor and1" Proprietor -of the -Star,  Wainwright, Alberta, who has heen  connected with the newspaper Jbusi-  ness in Western Canada for about 20  years, having owned and published  papers at different times in Saskatchewan and Alberta. -  Mr. Huntingford is_ immediate  past  *" - - **.  president of the AlberivC P.*ess -Asss-  ciation, and was prominent-at the  3o3nt convention of the Alberta Press  Association and B.C. and Yukon Press  Association held, recently at Vernon,  B.C. Mr. Huntingford gave unsparingly of his time in the interests of  the many newspaper men. attending  ���������lhe ConventiQn. -The-Convention was  one of the- most successful yet held. .  The 1923 joint convention of newspaper    men    will    be-held"at Jasper,,  -Alberta..  "^Felt So. Well  In Years*.  Mrs. Margaret Winton, highly esteemed resident or 719 'i.\������n������ii Ave.",  West. Calgary. A]herta, pa> s glowing  tribute to Tanlae__ lor" the wonderful  appetite., perfect"- digest ion and spl-ea- .  did health she now~enjovs.     _ "**-  "1 just can't say or,do enough," she  stated" recently, "to show .my apprecia**-  tion, of Tanlac for what it has done  for me. Almost a year ago my appetite failed and - my stomack  ljecE?me so disordered that nothing agreed with* sue. After every  meal I would have severe pains In the  pit of my stomach and bloat so" badly  I could scarcely draw sr' good "breath.,  I ate so little and had digestion "so fcad  that nearly all-my strength and energy-  left me.. My nerves were a -wreck,  too, and I could never get. a good  night's sleep. y*.~  "When ,1 began Taking Tanlac 1 was  so-run-down that I simply had-1o drag  myself through the day and my housework was a dreadful burden to me. I  also-suffered" with dull headaches aud  felt unfit for anything". But since taking Tanlac everything is different. I  have a wonderful appetite, perfect  digestion, and am enjoying splendid  health. In fact, I have not felt so  strong and* well in years as I do now.  Tanlac "has won my life-long praise.**  Tanlac is sold hy all good drugglsra.  Uuu   raw   iiiaCtsi'jaia,  liixB LySntitiny  ���������"-A-tx rt..~ ������.**    J-rtrx-r.-.     tvixt.    ^,>o.-nT.������v  W AHiLltS  CtrVV  XX      IX UJLLL     4.*^. fr.   Xr      ..10.1  turning out very-iu itch" less of' manufactured goods than he fore the war. She  'is .consequently unable to buy raw materials. and farm products in normal  volume from the United Stales" and Canada. As a result ���������'.there 5s 'depression-'  not only in Europe but on litis continent. We are, therefore, vitally inter-  t ested in*a revival of normal conditions in Europe and in every thing that helps  or'retards it. -'��������� ��������� ?:i--iZ-   ���������,.,;"--' ~* V'    ';  It. is reasonable to expect improveme.nt in Canada, even* without improvement in Europe. This country, with its^div^slfied^industries. Its wealth of  resources, its great, producing and consuming -power,?with -its sound credit  fore, no occasion for pessimism or lack of courage.      None, the-less, .\ye can  not hav������ re-ally satisfactory business'or anything'approaching real prosperity  until Europe is decidedly on the mend,      We are part aad parcel of-a great  world economic sjistem.���������and distress anywhere reacts" on us_ ��������� _ - .*  Under these  conditions .there are those in Canada,, as the "enactment of  the recent high tariff demonstrates "there are many in the limited. States, who  believe  that a-remedy is partly tb be found in tariff enactments designed to  protect crarselv  the Missouri  wwthy.of being quoted as emphasizing how vitally interested Canadians .ought  to he in the"'rehabilitation of Europe.  to be misled "into thinking that a protect  student of economics said:  G������od   ..Health      Maintained"   Through  Rich, Reef Biood  -There are many men and women  who, every few weeks, have "spells of  weakness, during which time they are  little better than -invalids; yet at  Other-times''they feel very. welt. Why  does their health fluctuate so?  i" x.xZ esse cL men worry axid overstrained .nerves are "* usua Unresponsible* for itliis state o f unfitnesg, - and  inability to-face the anxieties of dailv  lite-      .,;:���������". v  -As: for women, her-back aches,, she  is;.' dizzy \ytith sick headaches, and  often has" stabbing pains in the side.  The only real health is all-the-year-  rpund health,;*/and the  secret   of it is  " Many have been relieved of corns  by Holloway's Corn Remover. It has  a power or ils own that will be lound  effective. -"*������������������- ,   ��������� '  Whales   Found  on   English   Farm  system, and Its highly intelligent people, must-forge ahead," and there is;'..there-^"'^'0od/red".bibp*d>an.d plentv of it.    One  x- __ !~- f = _.. *,.._,. _,, ,r XV-. -i w������,^  to keep .the blood iti good condi  tion is to take Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. There is scarcely a. nook or  corner in "Canada where someone will  not ..he-found who will tell you the  benefit they have had through tlie use  0     ,       ��������� ��������� , .,    ,   ,      .      ,. ������������������    ���������     . , ,    ..       . of' these*.pills.-*    And the reason is that  ves       Statements made recently by a .leading economist betore,_ mrollsh    the    improved    condition of  Bankers  Association   have  a Rearing  on tins  subject and  are | the blood they-Strengthen and lone up  .������   m, rxt-rv.-t    no   rvv .n*.l*������ o c i rr I Tver   l-.4~.-rt'   \nfollir   -I n t aracl .a*l ��������� 1-r, *n <a rl*o lie   nnorlif  *    ._ ,. .      - . l  the nerves,_.ol  worried,  enleebled  men  same ' time  ;ile, delicate-i-  Warning United States   iarmers not],and   womc31i   and   a("   the  .���������nye tariff is going to benefit them, this j lmve gLvenne^ vi&0������. io pt  ,,-. . . ���������   ,      ..        . . , -   *.    I-. ������������������*.,   , ,  ,..-      .    .*, i girls and th-hr "weedy boys.    The value  .    'Price? ot wheEW and co ton and hogs and other articles are ..determined. ��������� ol, these  pllls  In  al]   run.down   condS.  not in the domestic market   hut in the great world market.      Canadian wheat,.   , ,      h    - by    h      siatemeni     of  competes with American wheat quite as effectlvely^at 3-ivgrpooi as it doea. at.     ���������������������������������������������- '  Chicago, and with Chicago and Tjiverpol. in- cable communication" a delivery-of  Canadian wheat at Liverpool will break the price at Chicago -quite as effectively as if it came directly to Chicago.      It does no good to keep Argentine wheat  out. of New York If thai'Argentine wheat can come to JJlv-frrpool and so !imM~  the market for American wheat in "Liverpool."        ���������-    ' ~ ' Z   ��������� '"'~.    .f  Which only goes to show how. interdependent, all countries are,, whether  of Europe or America. Instead of fearing an inflow of goods Trom Europe to  America, this economist declares if wuld be the most welcome thing tliat  could come, about, because a. revival of manufacturing industry in Europe  would'immediately create a demand for-lhc raw materlall's of all ot he rr countries, resuhtng in a revival, not in one country alone but in all agricultural  and raw -material producing countries. With such. <\ revival their capacity to  absorb manufactured goods would increase. "  Mrs.  Lawrence.Brown,   Walton,  N.S..;  who says:1���������"Wh&n I-began taking Dr.  Williams' Pink PilLs I was in a weak,  bloodless   and   nervous* condition   sui-  ; ferlng from  all the depressing symptoms   that- accompany" this   run-dotvn  state  of health.      I   had   taken  much  medicine   but   it.   did  not-do  me  any  good, and as  I had a  family oi  small  children,   I   was'    much     discouraged.  Then   reading   about     Dr.     Williams'  Pink Pills I decided to'.fry. tlrem, and.  I  can. honestly say  that' I  feel   these  pills   have   saved   me   from 'prolonged  misery.      My health is now'good, t^nd  we  now  keep tlu?  pills: in 1he ���������.house-  lor'mse as a  I'ahiiH' medicine,";  ..   ���������'...;���������-  ;. Vou can get Dr. WilJiams'^PIn-k Pills.  through any dealer in medicine or hy  mail at.J50 cents a box or six boxew for  ' fp2;"50 'from. The Dr. \N'llUanis' Medlcin^  Co., Droc:kville70nl/>-        V  "via--    Hsvt    As22r>d*������d    S^nall    Stream  With Outlet to the  Sea    "  Farm'   hands    digging    celery on a  rarm  near Peterborough, England, recently came upon the skeletons of two  whales,-  dating  back,   it   is   supposed,  10,000   to   12,000  years.       The  whales  were lying side by side under the-pgai,  and just embedded in the clay.    .-It is  conjectured that many thousand years-  ago these whales," and perhaps" others,  swam up a creek, when the wash came  lurther inland; and got caught a^ tlie  top of a spring tide in a place where  th,ey  were unable  to  turn.       Another  theory   has  been advanced,   thouejh  it  is rather far-fetched:  Some .years ago  a prehistoric boat was dug up in tire  same   field,   and   the   suggestion   has  been^ made that  1he crew of the boat  was hunting the whales at  that particular period.      _    '  Tragedy of Loneliness  One of the great absurdities of-civ-  ilization is the faofr that on eArery hand  men and women are slowly dying ot  1he cancer of the soul known, as loneliness. There is something aVesom*  but magnificent about the loneliness-  or mid-ocean. There is something  terrible but inspiring iu the loneliness  ,of a mountain top.. -But loneliness ia  the midst of a crowd" is one of tho  most dreadful tragedies to whieh humanity is heir.���������London Daily Express. '  Vou   are  nos  eipe riment-  . Ing   when  yon   u*e   Ur.  Chase's Ohit-  meiit for  Eczema "and   Skin   Irritations.  Jt relieves at once aud eradu-  ally-bea's the skin. -  Sample ix>x i>r.  Cftase'3  Ointment free ii you mention thi*  I send 2  ~FSx7i~t m ~,*i** viC������ticrtj  ��������� J^unlted. Toronto,  pap������r aud send 2c. stamp ior .postage^-- ttta. a  1>ok ; all dealers or EUnjanaoa, Ba<������ & Oo.,  Keep  Minard's Liniment  in the  house  % ���������  Next to grap-6. wine it is said that  Japanese Lice wine is the oldest alcoholic beverage known to man, its use  in Japan dating back over 2,000 years.  UNLESS  you see the naim "Bayer"  on tablets, you  are not gettiiig^Aspirkn at .all .  .Several   Forms   of   Sugar-  Many vwt-leliesl of sugars exist,--cane  sugtir, maple and beet.      Failing these  wtr have ,corn sugar uncl^r the  name  of glucose or dextrose, and  Ihe-samo  In   vegetables,  fruits and  hon-ey.   .   In  i\   brownish powder    we    find    11:    on  prunes or raisins.     ,.-���������     ; V '  Lactose   or   mi lie   SHPfyv   ^   another  ���������principal ������u^������r. although it will "never  fill  un important,  place in  commerce.  II .exists^ In "cow's milk, and jilaya an  Important  pari. In nutrltlttrt. .  Accept  only  art   "tmhrnkeii   package"  of  ''ftnyer Tn Metis,' of  l.t haa Many Qti-alfti-es.^���������Thu man-  who poRHnsBen f������"hnl.tle of Jiv, Thnm:i������"  Kclccirlc -OH iH-ttvmetl agi'lnnt -ntany:  illH, It. will relieve u courIi, hrcak a  cold, proven I. sorei throa'O: it will:re-  duoo tho swell Ing i'vh m a 8pmln,"'ve'-  lleve the iuohI:"' porBls1ent* s-bros .and  will ���������Hpndlly ht>arcu1ft and contusions1:  It Im a medlcluo drftal lu ltttcir.  physicians during  Colds  Toothache  Earache  i **     tt -  < /ti tn ll I .>     H..J i  2 2 yer������i*:i  CCuO;i>   ,'ttjij  and   peeved  Headache  Neuralgia  Lumbagf)  i]o:,i~   v,'Ui\~4~c\  ou1  safe  hy millions  Rheum nti stn  Neuritis  Pain, Pain  by  Itor  Bandy "'tiayi-r"' imxt** of J a tithlftlH--Alw hoU\i~. ������f 2*t unit Wi���������Dra^Mf.  Mmfti-U* U H"'i fittdrt iriirt   ������;r,-*s:t.*',(i-(/-i3 In ranfl'lh >, of  frr-jr-.   ^.nnufninnr'* of Mono.  ���������Hii"U'"not(l<*������itoi' ml" itmliii.* iiii'flii. ������i .mn ti i~ i*i ii II i.������HH" lnul ,irtj������"-.i<i mi<'.*>>,k ilu.. ~a  M������ariiifft.ntiir������'. Hi itHn\~' Umi |miIj!I������* n r-t m I ������������l- liisUislt*,*nt, tlin 'I'm *iln1~ <*t Itnitnt <.*'M������i������i������������f  wkU  l>-������ iinraiMil   H'Ub   tUalr   gatiuful   tia.dui wiupl^   Ihu   ''IJuy-w  Vi'fut."  From Past Enp'Srlonco  "ii'    y<m    ������o t llt'Ht,"  hkid Uvw-wHo,  ".vott'll   w������\t   tor  irte    -on     the    other  HhiM'-t*, w<m"������  yon?" '   "  "I HupiKKU? ho, ' tlenr/' it-** . Hlghod.  "I've ncvix' Komi rtp.vwher-i) y������t wheru  I  ilidn'l   lisivf lo wtilt   for you."  Ask lor Minard'* and take no other..  I  VV  N.    V..   iUi.  The temperature of the air. in. contact  with the sfeiill^gulates the temperature  of the bftdf  the^������esj:| prp^t)or^S^?ris  oC^passing |^xiJ--6yerhe^tied  erwear is  dangep  is into  shivery /street**, werT^ertion ^nd subsequent) chilli^, pxpmn0 ^ lataug^its  and b^g^indfy[f^fr^ffl  jThe jjmC pure wW^ StahjS^s Ua-  shriiik^ble,, worn Ine^xt' |������ ^^< p&  wfCrfjiiirig axr in pmc^!ahd hoiiurly^rotect  health anji life itself.  Mado in combinational and two*;  piece Bttltn, in full lerieth, knee  and elbow length, ahd slecvelais  .for men and women. StnnGcld'w ..  Adjustable Combinations aiid. tf  .. Sleepers  for   erdwlnE   children,p.  - *^-^..-^i'  v z^a/ti\i&yt!hu^JiXm^        *  ~t~~_k,~~~L~~  tSmmMm-^i^i^_t___M  MMt#jift>gjiii|Mi ttWms,  :^ri-&~&^.:rr?.Vil3~.r?V'~.  -���������    ^^SB^K^S*!-''  ,'*.*^:-'^I>-''t'5/,~*$*v**  *MiU*-S5*sWHi;S -/HRsi  :������S>-15e:a/**S,**-v-  ;ii^r^.'-i-^-v*-i"'"r-**-i-.- v.-  '^_i'-i&ty'yyt&-%'^zy^  .\izz������r&ti&z.  ^cs-^vf'-.tv-  ;i#**V?**.  ���������/l^-i 3 '* 'Z~ .'���������&���������?������������������������������������ ^" ���������'Z~:  -y''ZrZ_.y..  y\^--  '*,    :'���������"���������'-.':  z&i.,  ���������Py.ti.-yH^.'-i^  ���������yjjZ)-ii-i<~T: -^jr*-***?  ^^BHIiSli  ���������_>7.;:'-'-*-<"%.ft  S^S**  rf"1'.''���������*.'-' i������'' --;���������'"-i  ���������*-^fSf|iy^lf-f QZfZ ZZrWiZyzzi. Z'  '%^8giiW%$mM$^  T  ������    *������  ���������������**  I WESTERN  EDITORS 1  ���������a. accept.; ������^riiiciple  Of Ijet^^       X)f/ Straits  Constantinople.���������The    Turkish   .Xa-  --'tffiEmalists will-accept .in* principle the  sent rah ly ot" the" Straits of the  T)~u--  ><fenelies,^pendingv ah ar������nsfic:a -canter-  ������nce^to he; participated ih"'foy^ijriti������h  and KemlalistH&en'eralsr      "'���������*"' ~-  **    -  0 J i~.  Possible war between Great Britain  &mt - TurkSy    is ar least; temporarily-  averted 'by"   the', .declaration of-the  Kemalists.      'The declaration, relieves  Oie  situation,- -which even the~ British  '   bad admitted .was critical.  '-- ���������  ������.      In    a    message to Kemal  Pasha at  Smyrna,    General-'-Ifarrington    ucged  soar  early   meeting j>f the" BrilisJ? and  Generals  at  Mudania or  Is-  the "  mesii' effective "way  of  Semalist  mid     as  icaching  *2 ** ** tr-VS t W** Vfc 1 ~**t      *���������*������������������ l-Mart ~r~tmrv f mt ������t/l i V) ������y  Feed Sheep On Screeiiings-  1O,00O^Sheep  fn ihe'present difficult situation creat-  -      r, ' ^yr-  ed   by   the--Kema4isl:   advance "~in   the  Dardanelles.        ���������������������������-.., ;      ~    .^- v  The me-aSaee, ~>viiiCJi i.vv^s "xupsL ������;on-**_  eflaalory in tone, declared it would  fee a-pity a"t the-'present' juncture xo  sllow iocal occupations Oh tlfe straits  io jeopardize peace. Prior to announcement that the Kemalists wo\rld  respect the .neutrality .of-the bi raits,  Hamid Bey, the" Angora representative, said to the correspondent:  c'The Kemalists naturally will come  across the so-called neutral zones, but  they have not the sHgIitest~3nteniioh  of firing upon the British occupying  those zones. -It ,however, the British  move against us "we "will be forced to  reply.il  General    Harrington    replied to Kemal   "Pasha,     thanking   -him   tor 'the  declaration -that    he*   would   respect  the neutrality of tbe"^*rails''and that  he   wished    to avoid-a conflict.    The  British     commander -added  that   the  destruction    of    which    Kemal    com-  frtained    was. --pronrpted - by military  , necessity" and declared "Uiat no shots  *������4_ been '_*��������� firefd    against    Turks*-*>'in  "singer nor \v'ould"-be" except under his  erders.      He concluded by expressing  seadiness ������to meet liemal at-any-convenient    place*    to" discuss  an  under-  . standing.  -      - ���������-  -  Fed.-vAt"  Will. Be  " -C<-'- *       VM^Iiarn*  Winnipeg.���������Ten* thousand sheep"will;  be fed on screenings this 'year at Fori?  Willlamr.and W-ostport by It. C. HaV-  Vey, of '"Lethbadge, the. well-kn^wvar-  sheep rancher,' who wa^ in Winnipeg  iecently.,v after'.'complex ing arrangements "for the care~of his. Jarge Jiock.  He ted j7,006'arihis point last year  and- found .what had been regarded as  a drag^ int the market could "be profitably- turned .itffo prime mutton. Of  (his lot 4,000 were sold lor shipment  to New York and the remainder found  a' ready sale on" the Toronto market.  *" ^Mines Speeding Up  .- JLondon.���������The Koffy Fontain ^Diamond Mines of, the Orange Free-State"  are resuming lull'time operations after working on a~flve-day week basis  since the slump"in the diamond trade,  says a 'J-teuter" despatch Trom Cape  Town. ~     _ .  Dyed a Sweater  And Skirt With  *SJUM9 &?&&&& &JUEH7  _y~\>-\ jf% ** *~~**~0~i astern-  By Crown Prince George  To Throne Of Greece  NO MORE INDEMNITY  PAYMENTS THIS YEAR  -* A.    _W.    Reynolds,   Editor and Proprietor of The Progress, Naicam, Sask.  -Thinks. Swearing   AH   K^h*  *-* t~~- "��������� J  Yes, providing the provocation  equals the 'offence ot Jones stepping  on Smith's sore corns. Far better to  use ^"Putnam's" Painless Corn Extractor, it does lift out corns in "a hurry .J. safes of the Union^Banlc at Mogsomin  No cofn can last if "Putnam's" ts applied. Refuse a substitute, 25c everywhere, s-  BANDITS MAKE BIG HAUL  ' - V-0A-   ��������� *"���������  ROB SAFES <OF^BAN-KS AT MOOSO-  M1N   AND   CEYLON,- SECURING  --   CONSIDERABLE BOOTY  *_t mr ���������  "- Regina.  -A gang of bandits blew the  CONFERENCE    IN    DECEMBER    TO  SETTLE QUESTION  OJEJFUTURE  PAYMENTS  Paris.���������The Allied , Reparations  Commission approved the -German  treasury noies ior 96,000,000. gold  marks delivered to the commission in  payment of the August and September"  allotments due to Belgium. The  notes were then forwarded to Brussels. The action- of the comhiission  formally, disposes of cash reparation  payments for the remainder of this  year.  The nu est ion of pajTJients -&>r 1923-  24 is expected* to "be" settled 'a t_ the'  t'ortlKJoming Brussels conference on  "reparations and" in ter-Allied debts,  it is planned to hold early in December.    -  uiamomi uyes  Patronize your FpcaLPrinter., It is  poor policS" to"S^end "your job printing  ������ut of'town) _ It-doesjiot* ijjayy-no matter which*way youjoofc at^it.**  Refreshes fPearyWHyes ���������  "When your cyes^feel Sull  antd h������avy<> n*e"Miirinr. * It Ui-  ,atant{y relie\-ea thre" tired Teeling*  ���������makes them clear,'bright nod  ���������parkling Harnile**?. Sold mad  recommended -by all druRgEsw.  0~* w   rott youa. EVes  Every "Diamond Dyes"' package  tells how to dye or tint any worn, faded garment or drapery "a new rich color that will not streak, spot, lade, ���������or  run. Perfect.-home dyeing is guaranteed with Diamond Byes even il" you  have never dyed before. " .Tuet -leli  your druggist whether the ' material  you wish to dye is "wool or silk, or  whether-vit is linen, cotton or mixed  -goods. For fitly-one years millions..  of women have-been, using "Diamond  Dyes" "tor add" years of wear to ^eir  old, shabby- waists, skirts, ihesses,  coatst sweaters, stockings, draperies,  hangings, everything! ^ "-.'  Bermuda Struck by Hurricane  Heavy  West  .Indies   Island    Sustains  Damage in Storm  Halifax.���������Damage, variously- estimated at between ������200,000 and ������250,-  000 was caused by lhe hurricane  which swept Bermuda on the. morning  oT September 21, accoiding to advices  to tfte rlalilax nnd Bermuda Cable  Company'here.  Hundreds oi houses were wholly or  partially     unroofed,     wluuves     wen*  washed1 away  and roads gutted  by  a  phenomenal tide.      In  exposed places,  stone buildings  collapsed  like houses i  of cards. It flooded the miirkPt Mjunre  to a deptlr of Utree feet.      Sr, George j  Hotel root' was blown  in hall'.    Many  small    crali    were deblroyetf.      Theie  was**no shipping Ht Tldmplon when ihe  hurricane   .slruclc;   bul    with-   damagn  was done ~to small boats,  and the Bank of Montreal at Ceylon,  making a clean getaway with ������L4.700  cash, and $16,000 in securities. -The  securities and $7,000 in cash'were tak.-  eiC-trom the hank at Ces'lon and $7,700  in cash'in the Moosomin robbery. The  robberies ,-were carefully planned, the  bandits placing sentries at points ol  vantage to stop any possible interference while the operators were at work  with" nftro gls'cerine on the vaults and  safes.  **������. Mo-Qsomln is 3 38 miies ea'st ef Re  gina on the C.P.R. main line, and Ceylon is about tlu'ee miles west and 68  jviises south oi llie eili on ihe Rad-  \ille-Eengough branch of the C.T������I.R.  "_Bofh bank buildings were damaged,  over $5",000 being the loss lo the bunding and equipment at Moosomin, and  oVer $2,000 at Ceyion.  The bandits.cT.it every telephone and  telegraph cable leading into both *t������t"  .ihe towns, and at Moosomin bound  John. McDonald. C.P.R. night operator,  taking him to the bank_so that' he  would not be able to give any alarm.  X6 other person was molested during;  the raids.  Threoe C.P.R. trains were stalled "-tor  some time at Moosomin during the  nigln, whiles. McDonald was held bjTtlie  bandils._ After they ..had left the  bank he-walked 1o -thWsialion., and \  there a commercial ti'avSfc^^ and the  night -cleric ol the Queen's llofc^j freed  him by cutting thc ropes. McONaftid  then dispatched the trains.  No Cause For Worry  WHEN CHILDREN HAVE  Summer Complaints  o  _ .      ���������   ^-Athens.���������King Constantine, ,bowing  to-the will of the army and navy, has  abdicated, and Crown. Prince George,  who married Princess Elizabeth of  Roumania, becomes King of Greece.  .--A street demonstration by prominent citizens acclaimed "Venizelos and  fa republic. There,was some rioting  and . former Minister of Agriculture -'  Sideris was wounded. ,,  Constantine twice occupied the  throne^of Greece: His first reign began March _ 1S������ 1913, with' the assassination o���������������his father, George I.,  and continued until June, 1917., when  lie was "forced by ihej demands of  Great Britain, France and Russia to -  abdicate   because   of  his   pro-German  sympathies.  *. -     r  X^c ^*rcs  succeeded hv    ,*>*s    ���������xijvjwva  son,  Alexander,  who - was nominated-���������-*  by the deposed    monarch, ������and-" who   v  had   promised   to carry out   Constan-  tihe's    policies, ^ despite- - Allied    demands   to  the   contrary.   "   For'three  stormy years Alexander    reigned    fn"  name  onlj-..     Then- his^tragic   death  in 1920^ due to the bite oJLa pet mon-   ���������  key, again turned    the    spotlight    on,  Constantine,-who had spent the intervening three  vears in  exile with  his  large "family./-.   -  '     *"     "*  <A plebiscite had    shown    that"   the  Greek nation' was insistent upon the  1  return  of  Constantine  to  th'e throne.  There -is not a summer passes  but   aBd while the Allied Governments^con-  children .are attacked by Rummer com- t,nued to exert every Pressure at their  plaints such as ,diarrhoea, dyfeentry,J command to prevenirhis re-ascension,,  colic, cramps and-pains in the .stom-^ the former King marched triumphant  ly into Athene and was crowded in De-  ���������^-CJJJ *Jd .  192G, atuid scenes of the wild  est enthusiasm.  ach, cholera, cholera morbus;  cholera  infantum, etc. " '        "  In looking for relief you should not  delay in^getling a bottle of Dri Fow--  ler's  E.^^act   oi  Wild   Strawberry,   a  remedy that has been on   the   market  J'or the past  77  years, and has  stood  the. lest ot time.  "~ ^.irs'. Geo. Chapman, Sudbury, Ont., ; 5an's  writes:���������"I am the mother - of five  children and I must say they are seldom sick or in need at -medicine. They  are, however, sometimes troubled  with summer complaint, diarrhoea,  and such Hke. but I always find there  'is _h0- cau,se for worry-. its JE just, give  Xhem* two -���������   '~ ���������  -   -  "TDr. fowler  -berry,    and    the~   trouble ������bon dlsap-lv  Six thousand"'*Rumanians are jplan- -  ���������-pears. ,   It    is    a ;, remedy-   that ^ all- nitte'toeorae tb: Canadi ^gnd-^tflr*-'-  mothers BhoOld.keep iir the home: foit        S        C uanaaa ,-^nd    start ,  ItaSian   Settlers  tor  Canada  Montreal.���������Twenty    thousand    Ital-  will arrive in Canada^ early next  spring, according to announcement  made by the Italian shipping agent  here. ~ Many are " returning after  spending a couple of years in Italy following war years?  The western prov-  6r three.doses;-ne. faoi'6y'\o������r*\nee^'will set twenty-ffve peivcefrt. of.  r's  Extra.cE  of .Wild"~Stra^-"f the nevp^onfers.- \    'y^     j.;, 1 y-y '"'  the'-children  "Dr. Fowler's" is 50c a bottle; put.  up onlyjjy- The T. Milburn Co. Limited, Toronto, Ont.   -������������������=-   " - - t  -*^l       J l   CT.J  cuS^mld  i :  +*-*-1* ������������������*���������*��������������� ���������������������������  STOMACKJVliSERV,  GAS, INDIGESTION  *������i  N0RTHWE5T6ISGUITCOMPANY LTJ?  ��������� **������������������-"' *** ��������� ���������  FCoiirIki, colds; o|iro������ir) IniltpteniEon nnl  ICcniHtipation niN) dmply (Jtic ton <;������  Iturrluil eondilloh ot lhe muo-oua  ^rpcnnbrnucH.   Tli������>\\4������y U> gel. rtd   v  of Lli08������lr������ii|jl������si  1������ tolokouoiuc  tbinfirwhioli  -wlllriatlK*  lillyBtcittof  [������������������������'������������Ht^-V������Si*^=Sr tuns  It-noil j  Vvhol������f(im(.-l  fiiiri������'w<5ll fair ������l-|  n������n.t half n oc������������ttiv-|  ry. 1 In (>romiti. u~~ ������it.J  \h~ nr������l*tBlt������f������w*ry-������lny |  il!j| t'tr������v������������l������ mm ri on M ali-l -  ia������������C uiul lu:l*|i*. lu ro*l������.r������*-j  LcuhSi.  jTll-rt l.l-n^I loirnlr-l������������nlt������*r-|  aud cprint; liloiwl (viuili^r.  .-��������� ������������������       ..'.''  '' HtfU\ji*rt'ty'~HMH<.r.i ���������  ���������������������tt u lx>|llr t������iH-������lMy���������  I34H St. Poul St.. MonlreaH  ���������Tape's Diapepsin" Corrects  | Sour, Upset Stomachs  ~  i,t...xx  at Once  ��������� <H������>IH.'IM|������������IMIU  s  i's DJoDepSin'\ IB-",the' quickjj-Hr^  relief    for indigestion, gnges.  ''Pt\\ie  .surest  Ufifculence, heartburn, Hourness, fer-  mentallon or stomach distress caused  by acidify. A fewMableta glvealinoiaL  linmedlafe , stomach reliel'. Correicl  your stomach a^nd.digestIon now lor a  Tew "cents.- DrugglstB sell millions of  pnpktigcs.. -:"  British Capital For Canada  *-     *      ��������� *-       '.""   -* -'���������  Earr:,: Of   Stafford. Is   Impressed   With  ;���������;"������������������ Oppoi-tunltlos jn this Country  :  S������ ska toon.���������"The vU,it of the British, parliamentary parly to- Canada  will' probably Iiii ve : a" great.., effect oruJ^l-J-he Madrna -Hollce Depavtmontp-was  the oendlng of DrlJ.ish_capi1.ul jto Can  adfi in the njear future," 'said the Earl  of Stafford, who .v|������iterl 1 leve with ilie  Montreal _Bonrd of Trade piriiyv ,  ;''-"We, hjiye Imd an oppqi'l^hily to  .fiee'/'y'ouy wonderful ,jjoiuir|j*" ^foiS, otir-  ^elycs.���������.'nnd/'SYC -nvc dcUghte.cI :;wilh, Jl.,"  he.Bald." ''Although J am, not^iblc lo  make any K)atci)ien^ti������ lo the financial condhlon of the country, my Jtn-  pression Is that 1htnj*H a'rn lop]*?lug up  I ri Canada nnd'Unit, there Ik little rea  Hon to.. I'ear."; ^ ; .... . ,-*. ���������; ���������,. ���������   "     :-���������   .  ^Official Killed In British. India'.  Maaras,   BrltisYi , Indian���������Scott   Coward;   assistant,  district  superintendent  A-.  *J.  Will PfQvide Nunsca  London.���������lttMii<������r'������ Simla corrempon  dent" cables that lhc prenhient of lhc  IhBio-indlan.Vfdomlcllcil Kuropoana)  AiiBOcIatioiii of'IndIa.--lmH offered .the  Vlveroy ijio BcrvJfw^s ot* lift commwnh-y  in lM-ovhling a 'conlingent;of nuiW'H. to  he employed In llfb K-nar Brint in the  * rf.V������'.ir������4 of Trr\ *mf l,vr(.'ii h. oJv.'tir.  Hlf-tft'cledtl from ambush In tljje "Diidem  11 y.ls.'' Three conslabl ea are' I'eported  Ib������.be'mish1ng. A banj] of about.*300  i'cbels rGoehtly haa been creating dis-  lirrbances in the region' where."the ii'm-  husciule was laltl,  ��������� * - ��������� *v .,        y,.~  '--��������� ;'*WIir Evacuate Siberia Provinces  ; >.Tdlclo".-���������.Tapan will proceed ,wltli lier  prdgrahimeToi' the .evacuation .ot', the  'ittai-ltlru.o 'provinces ^oC S3hfarla, ve-^ard-  UJRB of the bi'firtkdown ol' tho Chftni*-  'Chunklir    conference,   -according    to  I Manano  Hanihara,  JapanHBts   deietsato.  |.io.i.h������ ariua conference'at Wa^Ulupum.;,     .    -    r- r  War Upon Dregs   7 ?  Aulhorrines Want All to" Co-operate to  Stamp Out Evil  Ottawa���������Co-operation between municipal, provincial and lederal police  forces;^ the uormavion ol" special  "dope" squads in larger cities, and  eternal vigilance use necessary to  f-tamp out the drug traffic in Canada,  ttccbrdi'hK to*'-federal ollioials charged  with entorcing (he Opium and Xarco  i tic 'l>rag Act,  i The act provides stiTf punlbhment  tort dope' trallickers. and deportation is  alrea'dy Jprovided. r Canada -has; a  careful system or^h^cKin^eKmniate  Imports and the diatribu(ion ol the  drug once it- lenveB 1he hands of the  importeis. - But, accordjjn'g io federal  oflicialfi,. a certain amountNoi lethargy and lack ol-co-operalion between I Ue different forces is n "handicap to. the effectual stamping out of  the scourge;  Montreal Ib at present the worsst  centre of ElUclt drug traffic in Canada,' ..according-"'.to F". W. Cowan, who  lli chief of., the-branch of* the' Tiealth  dep������*ivtment enforcing the hwv-s*.--���������������������������*.,  farming in the west.-       ���������  ^j   -"   -'  ---,   Canadian   Ship fJcquIsltsoned  London .���������The British " Government  requisitioned'the-British India steamer Manora, and -the Canadian Pacific  steamer Corsican as troopships to convey military %etalls to the Near East.  A SIN TOUT  HAIR FALL OUT  35c "Dan.derine" Saves Your  n   Hair���������Ends  Dandruff!  Delightful Tonic  ,*!lllllll!llllillllllll!llllllllllll|]lllllltilllllllllll]||||||P  ")'���������".       "German Debt lncreae.ee  Berlin.���������Germany'* floating d^bl in-  creaued'between SepU>"mb������������r lioi and 2(h  by. :i 9,4^,000,000 nnurks. During the  llr&fc ten'days''of September ft tncrcpB-  ������d 1.0,345.000,000 marks.       - * ���������'  Elnatein Goc������ to Japan  Berlin,���������Prof. Eimiteln, (.he CJurmun  sclentIhI:    who - cvolrod     the     tlieory  uhlch h(ii\r.--i Uttv. uaiAi:-  : WmJWt*9M    raj    ^a   |^^7 .  Jmz JLJLJk GP.  BB^\*iMMWM*i>*������IWHWWHMI<*������lWIWIIBt������l1M|IM8IM1Wltlllliwif  *W  r tftt*  l\iint',nHHm*M,i4ii4.lt'lfii"ii*-*ii������M<'iiniiii'il"~  wall for  Japon.  a six months"  i ti j*>cli������*!**ilur������-:d   U������  lecture tour In  pen|ea   Rep-ort  cf  Suijaoe^ed   All tanc������  Ber.Hn.;���������The   'German   t������ov**i������rnment  IniR iftawed a denial of reported n*������po-  t|atloh������   for, a  RuB<-;,o-ChtneKe-<������erniah  n|H*f������"(  ���������**���������*<���������������������.���������.���������_���������*- -.*".- . -  llurryj it's your duty! Each day  you see a Utile more hair falling out  and you nre making no effort to avoid  ���������Tl������aldne������j4. What 11 pity. Falling hnlr  means your hair 1������ weak, Pick���������possibly dandruff is strangling it, or the  hair root pore������ in tho scalp are nut  firm and tight, thus, wast Ing the linlr-  J'I'OWEDK  oil;'.  Dnnderltio almoHt Instantly Ht'opn  foiling hair of.men or woraun and  clean.s every panicle of dnntlrhfi' away,  then the hair lakes Qii~new life, vigor  and strength to grow strong, thick ;;nd  long. ������,  --Danderine Ih delightful���������-not ������tlcl������y  or grea������y, iio to 'any drugstore how  apd get a -bottle. U������e M- l������au������������  h^ftHhy, lM-avyw b������>autlfnl hair and lol*  *    .^���������.���������.*,|.   ,   .,  !:   -.-..,    .-    ���������:   ���������  -.  ,   <       . ;*;,   *;''*���������".,     Z-    -':        - ~~~~~.  i  THE   CBESTON  REVIEW  ***iB'_    iS  .-  *?"'?���������  _���������������  <*f  ���������te1  Local and Personal  -   Btrts���������On October 6th,  to Mr. and  Mrs. Albert Stewart, a daughter.  o-   ASrs. Gates. of   Fernie "le   a   visiter  here this   week.  son Mead.  with  Mrs. G^Dajgid-  Mr. Barrigan left on Sunday for ft  visit with his married daughter at  Wenatchee, Wash.  Rev. .1. A. James was at Nelson  early in the week for the fall meeting  of Kooteri\? -presbytery.  absent  Hats remodelled and done over*  Mrs. M.'Young.  September business at the Oreston  police court was tijp biggest on record*  Magistrate Mallandaine assessing fines  th'j^. totalled $1011.  Miss Ella Leamy of the nur&ing  staff of the Nelson hospital, was a  week-end visitor at her home here re-  turning on Sunday.     ^ *- '  Bev. H. Varley will be at Sirdar on  Sunday evening, where he will have  charge of the - Anglican harvest  thanksgiving services at 7.30. *s-- '-*  Jos. Heath   _������f ? the    experimental j    There Waa no, evidence  of \frost  ia  farm staff atjlpyeremere.  is shaking  the Valley   last" inonth   according to  the official weather report, the coolest  H. S. M������Creath~is still absent in  NSlftbrf ott' i ury' HulsyV but expects this  week will complete the job;  The^a'lleyfc8''vi-fcalM,i������tfftistKS for September show'������'������fmil* ntew"* arrivals���������all,  g?irl&*-wath   one- ��������� naarrlage   and   one  d'ath.      .��������������� ��������� :    *     -  Sid Edwards of Marpole, B.C., was  a. visitor here, for a few days at the  end of thes week with his sister, Mrs;  Herb Christie.   .   '   --  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid announce their annual thanksgiving  diaper-for ^Friday evening, Nov. 3rd,  in Speers' Hall, from 6 to 8 p.m.  Tickets 50c. ,.   .  Lost���������In Creston. on October Ilth-  chain and locket set with pearls and a  small diamond. Finder please leave  same" at Review Office and receive  reward.        " j     '   Fob, SamSt���������New Quebec Heater, vapor bath cabinet n earl y new^ "and  double wooden -^bedstead ���������t with good  springs and mattress... Enquire Review Office.  n Potatoes^j>3Q .a ton,"or Si .75 per  suck in five-sack lots, if delivery*^ is  taken direct /from -the field. Digging  starts at thefend of the Week.-y Phone  your orders to Frank Putnam, Brickson.  hands witb Oreston friends this week,  and is the guest, of his daughter, Mrs.  Floyd JR oclgers.      - ������ "~        '  j?  ~&v. Cran lias completed the cutting-  in of ^Etevnaxnes on the soldiers memorial granite pillar,.and -with the exception of the wreaths the memorial  is about ready for unveiling.  Any person wishing to join the  library cap do so "now for 60 cents  good .until the end of December, at  which titaie they' canj renew their  membership at $2Tper annum.        Z  M. I. Argue, manager of, the  Beattie-Oatw������y" store, is a business  visitor at- Vancou vjer " at present, and  in-his absence ca Mr. jGordon of Trail is  in charge <if t^e local drugstore, v  Although the intake for game licenses last month can to $420 this is  smaller--than "'a year ago���������due to the  fact that no trapping is allowed this  Anglican Church Services  season and  -wanted.  noJ Wrappers  licenses  are  W 'if.  That's  Some Cake!  Who  then, mother sj  well deserved pride  did������ 9* and tomoi^ow die will get  lrni*������**anir������   mt-mrmxm &   Im 0*0*0* -m  tf&e  caii  of   Dr,  Baking Powjder  ssiasteBrpiece just for the', sake ������������  true appfc  Ut  Words of  ������sse of.Dr. Psrlce^s.  ���������_'.{*";'   ���������'. '*"- P'~-. .   ~i''?-'~-.   '*/. -    .. ~  ' For sserfect results  use������������������  being 34 on t^e sizth,\ and the warm-  eat on the 20th. when 81 in the'shade  was~recorded. "The September rainfall totalled 1.07 Inches.        '>  The Dominion Liquor Company,  which opened for business here about  four months ago in tlie new Lamont  building,. hav������ retired from business  in Oreston, Manager Krisman shipping  his stock of wet goods* fco Greenwood  the latter'part of the week.  A children's service wilt be held at  Christ Church at 3p,gi, Sunday,, kt  which the rector, Rev. H. Varley,  will deliver An appropriate address. Tne  children wall bring an offering of eggs.*  which are to be sent to the children's  %vard of the.NelHon^hospitalr'  Rev. B. Di McLean,' secretary., of  the religious education; work in B.C.,  will be here on 'Wednesday evening  next, and would like to raeejj all engaged in or interested in Sunday  School work at a meeting ia the Pres-T  byterian Church, at.8 o'clock-      - /   i  , The department of lands bjnounces^  the saie of the K.V. lands that have  reverted back, as well as considerable  other acreage in the~vicinifcy of Creston and Erickson, for Monday, Octob-  er23rd. at 1Q s..m. All details of "the  sale are to be had from the government agent at Nelson. -  . For Saturdav night, Oct. 14, the  Grand offers the sterling comedy  drama, "A ^ Red Hot Romance."  which has to do with a young man  selli hg life insurance on one of the  South Sea   islands.      In  addition   to  \    -   SUNDAY, OCT.   13   ^  CRESTON SIRDAR  8 and 11 a.m.*. 3 p.m..       7.30 p.un.  . Children's Service.  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  Royal Crown  si  ' In future Dr. Lillie, dentist, will  spend the' first" two weeks^of each  month in Creston, and bas just put in  considerable new equipment that will  enable him to give the highest class of  seryice, ^ -  ; < , ^  Sscrstiiry '^^almsle'0' had-"'the full  fair bookkeeping so well along that  he was issuing cheques to prizewinners  at last week's fair on Saturday. In  the neighborhood of $500. in cash, is"  being disbursed'.'  , Miss Ellen Anderson, who recently  closed her ladies' wear store >in ^Creston, has re-opehed in the  same line at  Cranbrook, and  Miss   Alice   Embree   which there will be a ^Christie comedy  has gone to take charge of thtf dresa-. and neWs reel.   Regular prices prevail.  making parlors. . /;[ *  . _    j. '      S   ,  .   "���������'--'���������'Z^i".Z * ,"'���������������������������  -    "' " ���������������������������T-v.-~~~m~txt_~--._xa here on   Wednesday  at'  "S  FIYE BARS for  Norman Moore of Cranbrook, ; district forester; was here again on Hon  day, appearing .for the prosecution  against the Wynndel ranchers who  are' charged with setting out fires  without a permit. .        v        ^ : . ^,  Pssblie   school  made his fall o&icia!  in  zy^-y/i  S5ADE IM CANADA  The par*, wholeaowneCreantafTawtctrBahing Powder������  Send foe FREE Cook Book��������� **TaWe and~Kitchen"  149���������NobM������ Dame East, WinnipeB9 Can*  il    n'1"    '  '      ''���������    "'���������*��������� - -������������������  tt.-i.ia 'J <!-.'.--. '. : : : : ���������  *  inspector Manning  visit 'i/o the local  seaitTof learning the latter part of the  week, and his report would indicate  that thi& year's teaching staff is equal  to the best in, the school's historv.  The evening ot haiiowe'en, Tuesday,  Oct. 31st, has Ife^n^ appropriated; for"i  masquerade dance ut^aer v^rist Church1  Ladies auspices^t.^ t?^ Bluebird Tea.  Room at the <^e&ton Hotel; with an  admission of "^Oc.V which includes  siipper. yi: P..,--Z- .;. '  '��������� ���������  ,\tTtr ������������������ , .   .  ..     ^ ..-���������-.      . ...  , A Junior Guild has been just organized in connection with Christ Church  work, with Mrs.' Thurston as president, and Miss Beth Putnam, sectre-  tary-treasurer.<- 1 he guild starts with  a membership  of About a dos&en girl  members. " ���������   .- ' y'' .     *"  -'-. t* ��������� * * **���������  By ji. fortunate ninth-inning rally  Bonners Perry beat Creston at baseball at Bonners Feriy on Friday last  by a score of 4-8. Mitchell pitched  stellar ball for Creston and was given  gilt. edge, support throughout, the  Creston players without exception dispensing the classiest article of ball  seen thia year.      .$'  Word reached Dere on  jaf the death at Cranbrook hospital of  Alex. Emery. Deceased had been a  resident, of Creston for s little over a  year, since spring occupying the new  cottage he had built on his., lots immediately at the rear of the Review  office. Deceased had been afflicted  with dropsy for many years.^.1' e <  Ths car of- esisifeltlon s.nd dis"!^"  fruit for the Imperial Fruit, Show at  London left'onThursday East for London, Englahd, and -as no report to the  contrary has be^n received it is -pre-^  suined that it made steamer eon neCtiofi  at Montreal and 1������ now well out on its  ocean journey.1 The cir wiis^ liberglly  placarded "with;������������������ prominent^^i^hVStei^  ihg the car contained" ������������������Creston ajaplea  for the Imperial Fruit Show. Londoh,  England;"   ;; -^y: ; J' - ^ .-'���������  'fyZ ^-' ���������  -P. Philip of Victoria, chief engineer.  t������f the proyincial public works depart-.  ment, was here on  an official visit the  fore part of the week, district engineer  Ramsay motoring him  as far as1 Yahk  on his trip to Fernie.    He ekpects'' to  see work   tinder   way   at   the -Wilds  Creek road divers'.oh before- the end of  the month, and is confident the money  will be ayailable for the' Arrow Cr-eok  and    Kitchener   road  improvements  first thing in the spring.'   He was immensely pleased with the hard surfacing road   work  being done by  Foreman Davies.  This same special was offered a  few   weeks -ago and was   so  popular that we are repeating  it this week-end.      '-���������"���������*  The usefulness of Boyal Crown  ~ Soap is  too widely known to  , need elaboration here.  Put up in oard.oartons, 5 bars to  . the package, it is a soaj)������ that'  does   not deteriorate,   and at  this price buying for the Juture  is the truest economy.  -  | Prices on all the other goods we  handle are pretty much on &.  par  with  this   soap offering.  Shop here and save money.  Service  BOTHERS  Loner  FORD PRICES  REDUCED!  -i  A shipment of Jaegar All-Wool Goods from England  **��������� **. .'*'_. 4 .  ���������������_  -v ' '        ' ''���������''.  Boys'Coat Sweaters, size 26, 3.00; size 28, 3.25; size 30, $^3.50  NOTICE!  Whereas it has come to our attention that certain persons*' have 'used  and are using without authority fruit  boxes bearing our  name for the pur  faise of shipping fruit, thereby reijder-  ng us liable under the Fruit "Marks'  Act for the contents of such boxes, we  hereby give notice that such unauthorized use leave such persons liable for  action^ for damages. ORESTON  FRUIT������BOWEKSUNION.  Ltd.'**'  '"'"   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 28, navy and liiwn '.  2.50  Size 30, navy and brmvn * *  2.75  Size 32, navy and brown    3.00  Men's Sweaters and Sox  *.  .  Men's Sweater Coats, in grey and y  heather .0.00 and $ 7.50  Men's Sleeveless Sweaters..;.���������...  5.o0  Men's-Heather Sox  75ts. and 1.00  Men's Black Cashmere Sox...75c. cfe 1.00  Men's   Black   Sox   in  Silk   Embroidered  1.25  loyal Oranp LosJgepNo. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each nionth at Mercantile  Hall.'; Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Z      .        BRIG OLSON W.B^.  c- x*  Effective today prices on  Ford cars delivered at  Creston are���������- "ip '���������������������������*  -'���������."<       ������     -������������������';'. i.v '*x.  . .688.00  ���������Track .... v779.50 i  (with Starter iind Lighting  in each eaae.  Bity a Ford, it ie lowest in  price. Lowest it} mainfcen9.11 oe,  Qoat lowest in depreciation,  and ,provicJ������8" ar.ythinft you  can asfc for.  CrestBrtMo* Supply  R. S. BEVAM, Proji.  T  Ladies^ Hose in  blacks brown and heather miture.  Ask for an illustrated Jaeger Catalogue and Price List  airxiwBratiwiMiwi'wiamBa  OK  SNSSssaas  rRFCTON MFRHANTIIF HOMPANY  Vl������l������iW i Ull      IvSBNwBlilifflB^ B BletBaa      VUlf 11-  fll W' 1  I IM(TKIS  "'t.'  amMSteaHittBBMHilBliiHig-gttBMMI,^^  A well assorted stock of  1 Tires, Tubes,  Accessories, Spare Parts  y Pipe and Pipe Fittings *  AtTTHOItlZED' FOKT) SERVICE STATION  Thc BestxLivery Service in Town  GRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  j   UOGtATm Btfta&i  ~~*m ft  rt n-ms.  m t~t ~tmm     0t% m


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