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 ���������c-  Lj-fWineial Libraiy  _apl ^  :.*"  ������������������'-*  >-?r?  . o-  c.  VolTXIV.  CRESTON, B. CL, FJ&IB&Y, NOVEMBER 10, 1922  No. 40  Jas. Maxwell, who has sp^nt the  past three months on ft visit to friends  at Napanee, and other OEtario points*,  arrived home- the latter part of the  week. - " "���������i**-  Mrs. aad Miss Pear! McKinnon,  who have spent tht past month at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Smith,  left on Thursday on the return trip to  Summerside. P.E.I.  Rey .tt. Varley -will be here for English Church service at the schoolhouse  on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.  Mrs. 'jl'. w. jDuudy was a week-end  visitor with friends at Crantfw&ok.  Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Keily have taken the W. G. WHl8on house for the  winter, and took possession at the enii  . of the month.  .'  _ Walter Long continues to make  satisfactory progress fnun his bunting  mishap and at the rate be is improving  it will not he long until he is around  again as usual. ,  The united Sunday school, which re*  opened at thei first of September has  closed down again. "In the majority  rx.9 mmimrvm t-txr.  xrm -"ww.**********-*********** vtaaw  0~~.0-t~X0  mm.-.0^x   _._    rmr���������rx    0t-~A  worawi "H^ vunv  permitted them attending the denominational Sunday schools in Oreston,  and with a none too adequate supply  of teachers it waa thought no hardship  .-..IJ     -X0.  kauiij w-. -t-4*hMv*.*z0x.L.zo   ���������*HU*niv������u   may:**a.rir~~trxA.vx~.~9.x������mLm  The next meeting: of the pnited  Farmers, on Tuesday. Nov. 14th, will  be an open session and all residents  are invited to attend. Business of  great Importance to the community  will bg under discussion. This is your  invitation to be present.  The report of Brickson school for  October has jtist been handed out **j  Miss Vaughan as follows; Perfect  attendance���������Edward Clarke. Lloyd  Celli, Jean Craigie. Walter Dodds,  EfSe Littlejohn. B������by Martin. Beth  Putnam, Margaret Fraser, Jeannie  Hall, James Handley. Edward Martin, Winnifred Palfreyman, Madeline  Putnam, Allan Wood. Highest stand*  ing; Entrance Class���������Jean Craigie/  Winnifred Palfreyman, Effie Littlt-  jnhn. Junior Fourth���������Jeannie Hail.  Wiliis Wood. Sensor Third���������Richard  Hall, BeulAb Penson,- Jean Wood.  Junior Third���������Margaret Fraser. Clarence Davit*, James Handley.  .The report of Miss Hohaestraom is  ai follows: Perfect attendunce-~Clar^  ence j^tteri!kjL<lnyd Cartwright, Both  Cart*^right, Frances Handley, Maurice  Kel8%, Roy Penson, Rodney Putnam.  Highest standing: Second Reader���������  Richard Thurston, Perley - Putnam,  Harold  Davis.    JPirst  Bender��������� Leila  EoreSunB, ScLiirEua Foreman.      A ClaSS  ���������Frances Handley, Sylvia Stinson,  Sidney Scott. B Class���������Letha Davis.  Muriel Thurston, Billy'"Wood. C Class  ���������Stel.aDa.vis. Corrie  Celli, Hunter  Children Get Free  Sh������w Saturday  School chitdresa from airpainta  J.n the Valley ^ who  are: ai" the  Soldiers* Memqsriai- ttaveiiinrg on  Saturday aftfegboon, will be treat-  to a  *t������"se-3ssd"lsg picture  AM*   <*lMAMii  =Hss=  F*oture*evente^ir-s^^  And'       "   .--���������-- -.... ~. . ..  '--^-r^S'-y"?--���������'."' ~i.-~r:-~   ig a moun,&&n3 pass,  ntia t&$"^  Lbrd Roberts &awi^ose^  That earth's most cruet .^ H  lliough Utetley crav^ f   ,-  .Still, war was brooding in the ���������Bir-as-sq^e^/y^rti^were'^lwrSi* ~v.,;    "'/*���������������������������"-:".-;;*  Look, yondeivseethe mighty hosts whose awoitfs and hay^nets gleam.; y-_  On August fourth, eventfulday, the year hinef^n-rourteen. i"...y: ,  As meteors from their planets to earth they meet their doom.  So Germany With murderous heart did shatter Belgium. '.*...'...-  Great Britain's lion roared aloud, writhed forth in agony;        "  Her voice -was heard, and heeded, too, from every colony*    '.,'������������������"���������  Braye volunteers from every'lahd throughout her great empire  Offered their lives for justice's sake, their courage we admire.  We gathered* at the station t6 see the troops entrain.  As flrst they crossed thecontlhent, and then they crossed the main.  Maidens iind mothereafil were there to bid-the boys goodbye  And sweethearts dear did drop a tear, and wives did heave a sigh.  And prayed in hone that God in heaven would heed their humble prayer  And bring them back in safety, after the cruel war;  ���������   .. ���������  ������������������*     - 'i ��������� ���������   '*' ���������'   *    '���������''        ' "���������* *' -j' '���������'-'*���������  ���������''��������� ���������      ���������'���������'   ��������� ���������"������������������'-"*.*   -.":  -,:. "  Millions of men obeved the call; to Britain's ft.tg diil.rally.  And many of the bravest men caine forth from Orenton valley.  Oh how our boBoms swelled, and how our hearts did pain r  When we heard of how oui; boys trod the mud of Salisbury Plain.  And how sad the boys did feel when by chance they were alone.  When they fondly thought off kin atid friends at home sw^et hi vine.;  Their training being over they* werenmrshAHed forth to go.  To fight for good old-rEngland. to fight their fiercest foe.     -  When they heard the cannonading, and the mighty thunders roar.  And the agile airplanes shooting, as -had ne'er been done before.  Whe they saw the cities falling, and the men o'erconie with gas  Thc stoutest heart said in his soul, ������������������My God,, alas, alus."  But with strength, aa if from heaven, like a mightv ocean wave.  Ab bulwarks strong well fight the wrong, and thus onr country ttave.  For four long years the battle raged; it raged and knew no peace  Till on November's eleventh day they signed the armistice.  Seventy fiye hundred thousand men on this battlefiold were slain.  And thirty million suffered pain on this devastated plain.  The men from Creston Valley who In this war did fall���������  Who fought, and no surrender, were twenty-six in all.  Their names inscribed in atone, who for their country stood.  In fair, far distant France were once inscribed in blood. *      ���������*  We do not know the order In which our soldiers fell  But wc know they did their duty, cheerfullyand welh ''      ���������-->-���������  Among the first to fall in this great battlefield ,  *    >*  Were William Burn-Murdoch and Vhilin Butterfield. ^  Hurry Both well, and Arthur BIddulph the aumnions did obeys"     '  -"  .Thoy^yolMn.tccrcd whcn'dntjr'cnMcd; thcy mover would any nay.  Frank-May and Nelson Brown and William MeBean  Bravo soldiers felL wo know thorn well���������lives of noble mien.  John Wood nnd William Johnson, and Edward Harold Kemp  Fought bravely for their natXon���������thoy worn on duty bent.  Rov Stocks and Robect Smith and Herbert Stewart stood  For justice cause and freedom���������for this they gave their blood.  William Tlmma and WHHasn Turner with J. Sidney, Mc Hugh  O-swva freely off t!teSr lives rd reJI&nl eoldtcrts do.  Edgar Penson, Stanley Beld and (Sharlrs Pendry���������  Well meet them all again in God's own time and way.  Irwin H. Simmons and Fred Hilton obeyed tno nation's call*-*  A case of no surrender*} we wEll wiu though we should fall.  George Smith nnd Hubert Hubie, wo know not where they fought.  But In tho annals of this page their names are not forgot.  Other brave men whose blood was shed) who fought the war to win.  Were Dennes Howard, Edward Foi tier and also Stanley Gwvnne.  ��������� . a ������ .,������ t * ��������� . ������ ... .������'���������������.* ������  Yo brave and valiant men,.who* fought tho war and won.-.  Foryour great sacrifice w til near the Master'^ gr������at "Well done."  At God's r ght hand we then shall meet when war and death mt*b o'er.  l?e have trod tho path with marty'rs feet, .what could ye have done more.  at the Grand Theatre at the con-  daeibo of the linveiling exercises.  This will be; a treat to the  youngsters from the business  rueu ok Crestci^.. who have leased  the theatre fbr the afternoon  show of S!tnsV*������k?!d invite all the  _,������*������ "       ~-      ~     ^ ~f     4.  boyfe And girls of sofeool age to be  their guests S_4tsrday afternoon  for a coople of jh ours.  As there ia^lqaost sore to be  in the neighborhood of 400 chil*  dren at the -finVeiling it is at  once apparent that no grown-ups  can be possibly admitted���������not  eyen mothers -^wn������ jssually "accompany theft" children���������and to'  avoid   Anv    ntinlAAfaantiuuift ifc  In  aaked that   tieither   pard^l  -or  adults seek adhnissioiv^that after-.  noon.  For the <^ixv^nieuce of children who haye to go home on  the westbound train, arrange*  meat i&bemgg made to announce  the train's oomjiiig at least five  minttt^ before H is due.  ������*ree adm^mon awaits, every  ^f^Q0i,.^k3dbJsi"^b^: ^stte3r;-and  the' town, business- m%n will be  disappoiistedi - if any ^youngster  misses.Saturday aften^oohV picture show. .. ? --" -  >"���������--"  Ready for Sol<Ii&r������  Memorial Unveil  The. arrival on Tuesday -������f the  bronze wreaths that will' adorn  the top of the gratiite shaft assures that the Soldiers*: Memorial  unyeiling on Saturday afternoon  will be complete in every detail,  and should reasonably good  weather prevail a very large  turnout of Valley citizens ia look-  ed for.  . The only change in the programme as announced last>week  is .that; Major Mallandaine will  speak for the returned men in  place of Col. Pollen, who has  .written stating he cannot be present.  The. children have been rehearsing thb musical numbers to  band accompaniment this week,  and this feature should be par*  tidiilarly attractive, as there is  prospect of some 400 ohildreu  taking part, all the autaide  schools arranging to have their  pupils present.  The youngsters are to be rewarded- for' their effort by the  Ibuoincco tssow. off Or-b-otoM' who>  hayo engaged the Grand Thoatro  and are putting on a free picture  show for school children only immediately after tho unveiling ex  croises.  iZ_}si_iMj������ ^iiiiga' ff2������ffl'%tfp  weigan church  evangelist,   was  he r  for   service   in   tbe   schoolhouse   on  Thanksgiving evening, and was greeted with quite a good turnout.  Ted Swanson and family are now  permanently located here in the house  onthe A. Wealing place* and Ted haa  gone to work for A. G. Samuelson.  Bihth���������On October 28th, to Mr.' am%  Mrs. Geo. X>avie, a son.  The Vance brothers are awarded  the contract for supplying the school  with this year's needs in the wood fuel  line.  Mr. Hummel has just completed the  -sreciiosi of %,'ae house on ihe land, he  lately purchased^ here, and has gone to  work for the Company this winter.  While the colder weather chat prevails has been quite ideai for ttso.-e en  gaged at bush_ work,   ?t~-~-ha������' caught  many ranchers with   very. little  fall  ploughing done.  From all appearances Canyon will  be almost unanimously represented at  the memorial unveiling at Creston=on  Satnrdyy, especially if the weather is  fine. - The school children will parade  to .Creston for the occasion.  Business at the United Farmers  Siseeiiiig on Saturda.y night was mos&-  lv of a routine mature, ��������� arrangements  being completed for the. dance and box  social at the school on Friday night.  The U.F decided to play Santa Claus  fo*. nil the youngsters by-providing an  old time Christmas' treat for one and  alt.  Mrs, A. Johnson of Moyie  -Thanksgiving Day with Mrs.  eea.  spent  Fran-  Mr. Joyce has just arriyed in Kitchener to take the position of bookkeeper with the Paulson-Meson Company.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Driffle haye arrived  from Creston. and expect to be in  residence here for the next few  iso&ftjhs.  School inspector Manning made an  official yisit to the school this week,  and found it filled to capacity! Tiie  trustees have received an excellent report from him as to Miss Hunter's  management of the school;  There is a great deal of building going on at present In aa around Kitchener. Hendren and Watson will be  busy a-f carpenter jwork here for at  least the next month.  - .Mrs. Hunt. Miss Hunter,: and Clara  Hunt and Mildred Andeen spent the  week-end with friends in Spokane.  Mr. and Mrs. Bush areu the newest  arrivals from the prairie, and are i iy.  ing at the Paulson mill.  IH*= Henderson   sS Grsstcn   had   -** ~  hurried call here on Thursday last to  attend Walter Ltntig.   who  was   shot  Imperial Fruit Fair  Prize Winnings  S^S*"*" v-r  -TS������S^~  Vtckers Construction Company  crow is back here again for a couple of  Weeks, putting down the new steel nn  the cement approaches thoy earlLer  Sn tho season built to the C.P.E  bridge. ..  Mies Nissie MeBobh, who ia attending high cchool at Omnhroolc, wan  home for the Thanksgiving vacation.  Mr. Helqulet of,Oran brook, the Nrvr*  ^Definite vara as to the suecess-  of Valley growers at the Ixnperi-.  al Fruit Show ss London the latter part of Gfctober c^me to hand  on Friday last by way ���������of chief  fruit inspector Clsirke at Vancouver, and his report indicates  that four first prizes and two  thirds wer& awarded ^ local exhibitors���������all prises 7i6������>SEsing iu.  the .Overseas -..section;.:-.. ���������' " :  Robert Stark wi^ auoc^Bsful  in capturing red tickets on Cox  Orange and Winter Banana ;  apples and Clergue pears, and also took first.for having the'tinest.  display of frditrfrom British^Col-  umbio. . . Zp v"  -y':1"v   y?. ���������-- :r "������������������'���������-  The thirdrprizes went to W.  O-Z JLittlejohn of Brickson on  Snow apples and any other variety���������presumbly Mclntoi&h  Ked.  Failure to capture prises in  the j^ribish Empire class. is not  unexpected, due to the fact that  in that department the fruit was  not allowed to be re-packed on  arrival. After a 3000 mile train  trip and another 4000-mile water haul, with the truoking and  handling at trans- shipping points  it would he hardly fair to expeot  Oreston fruit to look aa good as  the JSngland-grown product Ihat  wont almost direct from packing  shod to fair building, or even the  eastern fruit that escaped practically any rail haul.      '  Miss Winnifred   Land  of  Ipswich.  j England, arrived a few days ago and  will make an   extended  visit  at? the  -home of F. N. Thompson.  Miss Irene Hussroft. who is attend-  teg high school as C^^brook, was  home for" th������^^a^Ss#vtn^^oKdayp*  . Mfases Jtedpath and Hiardisty of the  school teaching staff,: were week;-end-  visitors at theformer's home sn Neison.  Show^Wealthysat Toronto  The next exhibition effort that Valley citizens will watch with interest  Is the Dominion Fruit Fair, which  opens at Toronto, Ont., toward the  end of the month, und at which B.O.  Is entering apples In many of the clam*  es* By arrangement each fruit district in the province has boon allocated one variety at least, and after a  careful inspection of local orchards by  an Okanagan expert it has been decided that the .Valley would go after the  V *%*������������k������.**#������ fcw*  HHif(*������#i������!(������������������ Ik *f is    |*t%#w tP*rt*������WI*������Mi  **������*i������������w������fr������  ������Mt V������ ���������"���������***������ *f    tUttai -   *4    't"inrt,<.-fa~������^*-it.      *0t0a*i-*~r    $~-    ������**-���������������������'      tax 0-*-ma-f ~m~  having boon called upon to supply tbe  necessary three boxes. Creston frVuit  Growera Union are looking after this  eastern exhibition effort.  Mr. and -Mrs. Jack Johnston have  moved to Ktocksnann. Idaha, for the  winter, -where Jack is employed at the  Continental mine.  Mr. Tayloi, who recently sold his  ranch near here to ati Alberta buyer,  and sinct- then has resided on the  prairie, is back again, along with Mr. ���������  and Mrs. Matthews of Pincher Creek.  Alta., and are occupying one of the.  houses near the mill. -  O. F. Hayes of Creston was a weekend viistor in the area, the guest of  Mr. and Mrs. Langston.  Miss Campion of Nelson, a former  teacher at the lister school, now at  Blfour. was here for the week-end, the  guest of Mrs. Rowbury. y  At the United Farmers meeting on  Friday night a canvass waa made for  pupils for the;, proposed apple packing  jbchool this winter but as not enough  names were submitted the school will  not be held.  John Huscroft ia this week shipping  a supply of bis Early Ohio potatoes to  Grand Forks, where they will be  shown in the provincial potato fair  this month.  Tbe October report of Lister school  ia as follows: Division I.. Mies Bed-  path. Principal: Highest standing:  Junior Third���������Annie Yerbury, Freda  Lye, John Malthouse, Flossie Evans,  George Charleson, Gns Charleson.  George Chudley, Peter McKay. Senior  Third���������Merle Charleson, Dorothy  Weston, Albert Mitchell. Jessie  Brain. Junior Fourth���������Doris Millington, Frances Mwlthoom*, Jack Jory,  Cora Frampton, Eva Brain. Entrance  ���������Ruby Lifter, Ronald Brain. Per.  feet attendance���������Dorothy Weston,  Frances Malthouse. Freda Lye, Jack  Miss Hardlsty of Division II. report  shows the following making pnrffoct  att^rtdanee: Wnllaeet Sinclnir, Arilm-r  Charleston. Albert Weaton, Jack Bird.  Ch-arlEe Malthouse, Fred Weston*  Hilda: Filmer. George Frampton, Ag������  nes Sinclair, Lucy Lye. Highest  standing: Jack Bird, Fred Weston,  Charlie Malthouse. Junior Second���������  Gladys Brain, Hilda Filmer, Albert  Weston, Lucy Lye,  Agnes  Sinclair,  fn,������ ~. M    w^firtittt.te***-^..*** HW***������*     W^ta**������'* A>t*-p*      WT>m,������  #������* h-H-M****! Ja   -ft* ������*������������������������������** Jf  * tmm   <M������������ im*** m <*������--4~~mm***014>   " '" aHtm**-* ������  Yerbury. Phonic Pi imer���������Mae Mill-  inggton, Irene Wellapain^, Wallace  Sinclair. Arthur Charleson. Receiving Class���������Jamrs Lye.  trtt WCTnUMWIlMWWW)  itm>i������!~~~~-mmmBm iesb a&srao&w* c&es^qh, h* a;  land it -was s-.everaj  i ?ble io appreciate  } ltindness pioperly.  \ had   someone   else  { and she must have  nboui  Sunny, hut  ?  NSTd:PAT10#&?  ZzZziB<yHiEi.Si:mzZ  ���������days before T w as  -Mrs. Bingham?**  She mighT ha*, e  to look after me,  been very anxious  he never so "much  :'!  ELINOR  ��������� BY   MARSDRN  ELIOT  Published   hy   Special   Arrangement  Willi ihe Author  ���������  (Continued)  XXII.      ' ���������' '  Bar B Ranch,  November 20th, 19���������  Seven whole weeks since I wrote in  my diary! And but i'or Mrs. Bingham, it might have been even Longer.  A few days after we had been to Carton City to the Exhibition i woke with  a splitting headache and a ^ore throat.  E -dressed and went down to breakfast,  but could not eat anything. Mrs.  Bingham became anxious, took my  temperature and found it above normal, looked at my tongue, then sent  me back to bed. and dispatched Mr.  Bingham to the Agency with orders to  bring Dr. McMurray back -with him as  soon as possible. The doctor was  not at: the Agency, and Mr. Bingham  had to ride an additional ten miles before he found him, and it was not until laic in the evening tliat. they reached the Bar B. All day [-felt wretchedly ill, and when the doctor came he  made a hasty examination, asked, a  few questions, aud then growled,  "Searlet -.i'eyer. . All the rest of you  had it?"   '."''"   '��������� "  [--was surprised and dismayed, but  Mrs. Bingham was neither. "We've  all had it, except Sunny, and" I can  ..���������easily keep her out. ot danger. I'll  'go into quarantine with Miss Eliot.  Mrs. Davidson will be glad to come  nnd keep house for-nxe."    -.!..,*  "Cant L go to the hospital?*'" [ ask-  <>d. "I shall be an awful nuisance jo  you.all it' I stay here." v-  "I suppose you want 10 have pneumonia, too. do vou?*' questioned the  doctor, rather unsympathetically, " I  thought. '"No, " young lady; you'll  stay where you are���������and thank your  lucky stars that you have a good  nurse lo  look after you."' n,  T felt too ill to remonstrate further,  TKe office man and the outdoor  worker  suffer alike  front derangements of the kidneys.  Backaches ancl headaches are  anions; the symptoms. In some  ea.ses Brip-ht's disease soon develops, other* suffer from high  blood pressure until hardening of  the arteries sets iin.  In order to forestall painful and  fa tit! diseases prompt action should  be taken M ih-e first- sign of trouble.  Mr. A. D, MacKinnon. Kirlo  ���������vvoocJ,    Inverness    county,     N.S.,  writes:  "I can. h-j-jjily ifromiwnd Dr. Cl������a������*'������  Kidney-Livnr Kill* to all tuiferirm from  w~a~~ ktcln������*y������. I nuffrre*! from kidney  tl'iie.aitf. for a I firm; ������������������nv*- I may ulin tay  thai for tiitr-t ytnts I waa ������rarly alw������y������  tro<il>!*d with hfMrinrlie-t, anrl ������������> Uttsi-  mt-rii i*re*nn*d to ii~* mo**"- thin mt-ord  temporary Tt-VitL I was finally told of  Dr, Cluue'* Kidney-L.iv������r Pctl*. and  aftri*   ui.in-8  ~   fff'-v  hv.urv   vat   amplif-ly  .* ti"  T-r   'Z  ~  1   .  ~:-r    ,,*  with     I'.r     K������������n1     r������!Jtu1������i,     tti.  Co itr.tiMn-mtnti  thru* >cri*x*i-r.*.i\  ���������f 111 r v r rl.  Qtn twin t  mrtvrr fnil  rrmc<lie������.'"  Dr, Chase's Kidney-Liver Pill*,  one pill $* clofw:, 25c a box, id!  ������3������������i!������rfl, or E������!lm*anson, Bates JU  Co.. IZim.it-ti-m Toronto.  ii~.jiitk~~~~~~k0MMmimMew*^st  W.     NT.     I?.     IU*  at. hinted that she was making any  sacrifice. In. iaci,iu eyen n.cr\y^ she refuses 10 let, me. thank her! aitd when [  try/, to do ,sp sEie-onJy. la1igh.S--a33d 1e������ls  ine'that -she was delighted"t^i get into  uniform again/- and?--to have, a patient  to tyrannize over. She was a nurse  before her marriage.   -  She   moved   me  into  an  unoccupied  bedroom which opens on thu balcony.,  and tifcere we hived for six long weeks  ���������six months, it seemed to be.      Por a  couple  ol"  week   I   was   too   ill   to   be  lonely,    but    after    that each da>  was  longer than the preceding one.      1 had  to' slay   in   bed   for" four   weeks,   and  even now I feel very wobbly about the  knees.       The  doctor  says_   that     my  heart    is    not'   very strong and that I  must avoid all exertion lor some time.  Everyone was so good to me.       As  soon as f was able to listen to them  Mr.  Paget   and   Mr.   Livingstone  gave  concerts,   assisted  by   Mrs.   Davidson.  ; Lee excelled himself in the making of  dishes   that would  have  tempted   the  most    fickle    appetite.      Mary    Little  Bear sent me fresh eggs, a lew at a  time, whenever she had a chance. And  the    deaconess,    Miss    Marshall���������she,  prefers to be called "Sister Lillian-"���������  -wrote a very kind note, offering to relieve  Mrs. Bingham, if another -nurse  should be needed d������ any time! ���������.'..,  And letters! Mary wrote twice a  week-���������long, rambling, funny letters,  which were almost as good as a visit  l~rom the writer. Gypsy Fiske,* who  is now in "Winnipeg attending college,  wrote each -week, telTing me all the  Elba news. And I had a very characteristic epistle from Mrs. Mills���������I  was so sorry that it had to be burned���������Mr. Hartford, Mr. O'Hara, and  the twins added postscripts, and the  resulting manuscript .was so weighty  that it required double postage.-. . '  We had a private system of postal  delivery" too. ..   Mr.    Livingstone '' and  Sunny used to write the quaintest little, notes to me and put them.on_ my-  tray. ;.   OX course all the writing "^vasf  done by Mr .Livingstone, but-lie made,-  no distinction "between what he wrote  for -himself and what was dictated Lby  Sunny���������you    may    imagine    what  'a  queer  jumble   of   nonsense  those   letters  were.   .   They   invariably   began,  "Dear Auntie Elinor," and"they":usual-  ��������� ly ended in: this "fashion,  Yours sincerely,  - r- Don Livingstone  and  -.    4 ��������� ���������'*    Z--L-h$v..    -. ���������'.. -,-  ' Sunny-- X Bingham  -  ';.:'*_. ','. _ _r- /g y ._...      *;   . mark ���������������������������  ..'"'" "'.-kiZ-i���������-* X x":x'-*x-Ts;1' x." x x x ���������  "P.S.���������These are kisses."  But it is Mrs. Bingham who has won  my lasting .gratitude. Before we  were shut up together I'liked her very  ���������much", and admired her never-failing  optimism: but- now���������well, for__ six  weeks she >vas mother, sister and  nurse all in one, always ready to pet  me when 1 was blue and homesick,  and to amuse me when I was restless  and .fretting against confinement.  Mere\ "liking" is too mild a term for  what 1 now  feel towards her.  I wish she could be persuaded fo  write a hook about her experiences as  a nurse. Her patients have been ot  so many sorts, ranging from a society  woman wiUi an imaginary case ol" nervous prostration to a sm'a 11 pox. patient  in one of the* lumbering camps Ln the  wilds of Northern Saskatchewan,  '"There is not so -muck romance in  out' pi-ofession as    many    people    believe," she said one day when she was  in   a.-reminiscent    mood.       "In     this  country   *The   Lady   with   the   Lamp'  frequently   gives "place   to   'The  Lady  with   the   Broom   and  Wash-tub.*       I  have  often., nursed  in  places  where  I  had* to  wash and cook and keep the  house elean. simply because .there was  no one else to do  those things.      Of  course  ihere   is  a   certain   amount  of  fun    lo    be    had "on the side.' if one  knows where to look for it.     For one  thing, men  have an incurable habit of  falling in. love���������temporarily, of course  ���������with   their   nurses.       They   always  fa Ik out again, but. the attack is very  serious while it, lasts, aud it the man  ia    young    and    eligible,   and    lias    a  mother    within     range,   the  old   lady  nearly always adds  the  la Hi. touch to  ih+s   comedy ��������� hy   trying   lo  counteract  live    ntirne's    Influence. Poor    old  ladies! They aviisI.g a lot of valuable  lime and enei-Ry, and all because thcy  do not know that a man's infatuation  for hla nurse is bnt one stage In hla  eonvalosffitcr, .My cxn^i'lehce ln this  reHpnef has not heen very wide, bul.  some nut'Hf-.s 1 know roul.d tell you  tale-H 1 li sir would mal<n you open your  ���������������'.ve*-s. TIk- girl ] roomed with while  I whs. Un 1 raining Imtl one typhoid  pint lent who used 10 quote 'Maud' to  ht-r when he whh deliriouH. Ah soon  ���������i-i hi- began,  'Hht. in coming, my own, my sweet,'  Mioll)' vvould pet the 1ce-pae1* out and  1 hen jtih The thermometer Into T1 Lb  mmnh. The jioor man was very 111  at Hi'.- lime, bul even wlsen he whs out  of danger and HUppoKfil to he quite-  rn lional lif si *>i������l*<**tl rer-HIng ���������Maud'  ok!)* fo u-ll Molly whenever he Iind  HlH I'hMtli'.l: 'Uat .tn- was t\\t- viv������',v Im-  iiK������- Ol I tut.- tjti'i, y,\i\ 'at- liutl rid' li^s <<���������-.'$.  "Moll'' vuip lli������- iv*oi*K*t til it I ever  knfu'. Hh������* kf\ii. in (������*���������������r:(1<w hy **.v-  lK-rl������i<������filint< on ^vr-ryon**, Irom Ihe  vlHlilnp? tln-ritttvn to l lit' r-lc-vritor boys.  A.nd vvli(mevr-r I iv-minnnirated wiih  hrr, rhf wouCrl **.*<'*iimc li*������>)'Meir by say-  liiK thai 'lieie vv������������! 11 m r* a whrn  limit*?? nii't ffirtl.n )'iillnl ��������� whr-n on������* had  tf������ Min'l wli'h ;t [>alleni In order li> |<f>r>|>  f1l'������#.   it*,in  helnt/  bored   tis d#Mil1l."  <To b** continued)  Not   One   of  the  Firm  . ^Not^iing- -felsc5knbayjfe'^o--  seicnc;ep.pejfonns lh<* sam;e,���������  marvellous hct]ing a.nddispels disease from the tissues  as  Zam-Buk does.      This  pui"e_berbaLj>alm ta.kes the  jtVe-out qf-a Vound'or sore;  Kills   an^ repels .germs  and grows fine new skin.  Zam-Buk Is acknowledged  Wori������Ts;. Rarest Stamp  Only  One  of Its  Kind   Was   Sold   For  ���������  :':; ��������������������������� _.$32,O0O   "  The .world's ;* rarest stamp," British  Guiana 1856j."ic-'.Ted, was sold at auo  tion in. Paris a short time-ago for \he  sum of $3'2,pOO.** ' The stamp, the-only  one of its kind, was in'the collection  of the Philipe de, la Bfenotierre, von  Ferrari, an Austrian nobleman, who  was reputed to have the"~best collection in the world. 'Pi  The collect ton was  outbreak,of the"late  French, Government seized it as alien  property and .a-.ySb.ort time ago "began,  selling it b^'auction.  'This" ts the hfghest price ever paid  forJ.^^iu|'te'''stamp, >mt there ^.re sev-  ���������^era^^ih������i*^.stanips at*-the auction that  have. bro|jght high prices also.        ���������'..,.  Negro     Porter's     Explanatioo     Might  Have Been  Misunderstood  -Just alter closing hours one cla"*>   at  the offices ot" Kuhn, L.oeb ������&. Co., it wais  ���������'^iscgyered' thaf^some very  impoftanc  paper's  had  to  b������������-delivered   to' Jv 1?.  ^Morgan,-j"bl the J.*.^. Morgan t'onipan*?,  and fha^there was no one leit rn ihe  establishment to deliver them except  ihe negiLo porter.  TJie importance ol conveying the  papers was so greafe that It was at  last decided lo immediately dispatch  the negro 'ane^senger on the errand.  Upon his arrival at Morgan's offices  Rastus explained that "he musi pee  J. H. Morgan, "of J. P..Morgan Company, in person, on an"important mat  ter. He finally reached' the b*ig'financier's exclusive --������*eti-eat, and asked ii  he was J. P. Morgan, or J. P. Morgan  Company.  *'l ani," condescended Mr. Morgan,  "and "who -art? you that "comps on  such aii important errand?"  "Suh," replied' the negro haughtily, "E'se de 'coon ol"Kuhn; Loeb .Sc  Co."���������Judge.  CHICAGO SPECTACLE '  HOUSE MAKEa  ,   STARTLING OFFEf?  WiJi Send Handsome Glasses  :/  Op. T������:Ial:To Anyone  '"-   ���������."*: -si   Bvn-yone wl������o wcHTfc Klasses or sufftM s  iiO-ti-vrye siraih. will lie interested in tlm  |-fiiiti)-kai>le offer ot tlie Chicrmo Spectacle  House, to send :i pair-ot their Inrme- size  "True V4s;o'i Glasses" Fi ee. on trial to  ,\n5' ri-aciej- of this paper "wjho \vi*iiea  llu-m, addies^-tui; thci C������Liiadin.it Ollifie,  IPepl. CJD-tO, P.O. Box 2301, AVinnfpccr,  Mffnitoba. jj-TIj-cse^-spteuUld: qtRtsrs will  on able anyone "to'read tlie fciiiullest print,  thread tlie titie.st noodle-, sec far or near,  and pi event o> e siiain nnd heada-clic-s.  TIipj; ate .10 Karat <Jo!d "Filled, very  !iai'd=;ome in appearani'P and should last  a life-time. ������)on-'t send any money,  -simply youi- name, addiess and age. and  .������-tate'������4*ie lcnsth of fimo you have beeit  weai ins {^!asi-e^. They will send you the  glasses "at once t>y prepaid parcel post.  to use and w>car 101 ten days iree. It  you are satisfied in eveiy way and wane .  lo Keep tliem. you are then to pay the  small charsre -of ?2.05, otherwise return  the glasses and   yon  are out nothing.  lf you ncferpt this offer at once, ihey  will enclose the glasses in a beautiful,  velveteen-lined .spvinpr-hnck poelietbooli  spectaolo'ease, which is to be yours free  of all cost.  ������������������  In  Paris at  war    and  the  the  Minard's. Liniment Go.,  Llmited.-  Sirs,���������I   have   used' your-  Minard's  Li n i man t   for  the   past   25 years   and  whilst I have occasionally used, other  liniments E can salely say "that i have j  never used any to equal yo.urs.  IC   rubbed  between   the   hands   and  inhaled  frequently, it  will never ' fsfil  to relieve cold ia.the liead in 24. hours:-  It is"' also the best i'or bruises, sprains,  etc. .:." '** * ;|��������� *���������'       f \ ���������  Yours truly," *,"'   ,  -.::-'������������������������������������   .^;-*^;:,-|Qv. MS.S*I'*������������������������������������  Dartmouth. ���������������������������-���������--���������  :-  Right  This  Way,  Please  "What may  I have the pleasure of  showing you, madam?"-  "A      grand      pitmo-^-the"     gi-andest  j you've got."���������London Punch.  It Works Woifiders      ���������<_���������  On Colds, Catarrh,   ' ,  z   Bronchitis, Weak TWoat  First Person Cremated  First  in  U.S.  Recorded    Cremation  Took  Place in  1792  The   first-person   cremated   in: the  U nit ed    States,, ,- ac coj-din g to  wishe.s  and desires expressed toy hjms>el<', was  Colj,.Henry. Laurens, one;rot: the^revo-  MOTHER!  Move Child's Bowels with  "California Fig Syrup"  When your' ** throat '���������rattles,.: .your  lungs and "IcliestS&r.e sare^iyour throat  is stuffed witli, *4cpld-^don't' fear;"*-cbn-  suxnption���������use 'Catarrhozone and -get  well. .It clears the throat, Stops  hacking, relieves tight chest and soreness in the bronchial tubes- y To clear  away Catarrh of the, nose nothing  could be better. Catarrhozone is  Nature's own remedy���������it heals and  soothes���������removes every form of  throat, lung and-: bronchial ffcouple.  Prescribed by i' mauy specialists-.and  used, by: ihoxtsandS; -^yery .day. Z. ,Get  the dollar 'outfit; it fasts"- two months.  -Small *size [ 50c,;trial .s*ize&25e; at al 1  dealers or the'���������Catavrhbzon.e* Co., Montreal .  patriots.  ' lutiSn.ai*v  Charleston,     S.C1  New Eastern' Canada Booklet  . A. new edition of the booklet entitled "Eastern Canada," issued by the  Department of Immigration and Colonization, has just'been printed and is  ready i'or distribution. The booklet  brings informal Km concerning the agricultural opportunities in the eastern  provinces ol" Canada up to date.  RHEUMATISM?  Health   is  the   Most   Valuable   AiseB  You Have.   You cannot Afford to  Neglect It  Croft on, B: C������������������"I was troubled for  years with inflammatory rheumatism  and rheumatic-  fever. I tried severe I cures- for  rheumatism, but  did not receive  Rny b-enefit from  any of them, I  had "been, in tho  bo*s p 11 a 1 for  months, being unable to walk, A  friend advised mo  to tvy Dr. Pierce's  Anuric Tablets.  After inking the first hottl������ I began  to Improve, and after taking six  bottles 1 had no more rheumatism.  I think Br, Pler&e's Anuric Is tho  most wonderful medicine that any  ono enn tako for rheumatism. I  havo recommended thene tablota to  several of my friendu and they, too,  havo mil heeu u-eueflltitl l>y tliera."���������  Melvlllo ColUnson. "  People nrc realizing that th������ kld-  neya. Just na do the bowels, ncftd to  Tie flunked occasionally. The kidneys are an ellmlnatlve orgian. and  are constantly worlilnK. unp a rating  tho poisons Irom Ihe. blood. Uric  acid bftcliH up Into the system, crus-  1nic rheum ntSwm. neuralRla, dropsy  ������nd mourny other serious disturbancos.  Thia csH-ra be aroid-nl by fulfmulstlng  the Iridnsyia lb Incv-eased action, and  beea-UNfl of 11 s ionic effect on these  orpntifl any one would do well to get  Dr. Ple'rcA's Anuric Tablets which ere  to be bsd nowadays at almost any  tlntK ������lore or^tsend 10c to Dr. Pierce's  Laboratory In Brldgeburf, Ont, for  , trial pi������cl:s������c av,& rrrilc for Sr~T. ws-  ftlctitlal m������<31-ca3 Advice.  - ;H|.was 'born .hi  and;-   died  on hi:i  pla-htatipn   Jiear. . that. .*pla,ce 3>eev *B,  T792fc/*His" Will, v^hlch 'he" .'���������^������������������e^u^sie'tV;  tp  be  opened ancl; read the;vtiiiesiti;  .ai'tev. ... lii^;:.,;deaj������.h  ;a^:'-*was:l'.su^ppl^incnted;.^;  vm&zz'LZ?z^. - Z-i^Pz^Zm z:  as  ���������ym^yi^0^no.v  '��������� ui7.*s6ienmly: en^oin>?'r}^p.d^^fe'ls<>i|  as ah- '.'ijiidisp^hsal>Ve:j;:*':duty,'' that'  soon js lie conveniently qan after roy  decease, I.e. cause ''my,' hotly to be  wrapped in, 12 yards-ot tow cloth,  and burned. until?:it _$'-.'.'���������en-tire]yl��������� edn-  sum'ed." ;* Z. ' 'ZZr :Z$? fy?''r.Z: .-..' ZZ.:  The request-was������caVVi'-(Scl^but:':l*b"'ilte  letter and was the__beginning of cremation in'America.  HOWS  THIS?  HALL'S CATARRH.MEDlCINB will do  what we claim for it���������rid your system of  Catarrh or Deafness caused by -catarrh.'  We do not recommend it tor any other:  disease.  HALL'S CATARRH atEDICIXB ia a  liquid, talcen Internally, and acts through  the blood .-upon--the mucous surfaces of  the systcm, thus reducing the inflammation and assisting Nature in-restoring  normal conditions.  All  Druggists.      Circulars free.  F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio.  Saskatchewan Butter  Shipment Sent to England* Meets With  v. .   Favorable,Reception  Two ears of Saskatchewan creamery  butter, which was sent to one of the  large British produce houses in England some weeks ago met with a favorable reception on the English market, according to reports received hy  the Provincial* Department ol! Agriculture. ��������� This was the first shipment  made direct froni Saskatchewan to a  British firm under Government grade  certificate this year.  Saskatchewan 3s rapidly forging  ahead In an endeavor (o become the  premier dairy province of the Domhi;  Ion. Thirl y-t'our of the fifty-five  creameries operating Sn the province  are eaulpped vwlth mechanical refrigerator plants nnd an aggregate refrigeration space of 1,8C9,070 cubic feet.  . Even a sick child loves'*:* the '.' fruity"  taste of "California Fig Syrup.'". If  the little ionp\ie is coated or.if vour  child is*listless, cross, feverish, full of  coldj or "has. colic, a teaspoonful will  never fall to! "open the: bowels.* -In a  few hours you ran see for yourself  how thoroughly it works all the constipation poison, sour biie and waste  from tiie tender; little rbdweisr;and  gives you a well,^pfayful child again.  Millions of mothers: keep "California Fig Syrup" handy.-' They know a  teasponful today saves a siek child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has  directions for babies and children ot  all ages printed on bottle. Mother!  You must say '"California" or yqu may  get an imitation fig syrup.  '���������Did the audience applaud?":  "Applaud.      They    made    about  much noise as a rubber    heel    on  feather maTttress." -  as  a  Ready-made Medicine.���������You need  no physician I'or ordinary Ills when  you have at hand a bottle oC Dr.  Thomas' Eclectrie OU. Por coughs,  colds, sore throat, bronchial troubled,  It is Invaluable; for bcrUIs, 'burns,  bruises, sprains it Ib unsurpassed;  while for cuts, sores and the like lt is  an unquestionable healer. It needs  no testimonial other than the use, and  Hint v;W rntlr.fy anyone, nn *3o 31 c cff������e-  1 IveneHH,  Mamma.���������"Tommy*, you tire a  naughty boy for smacking baby. "Why  did you smack him?" Tommy (crying).���������"Well, he's drink ed all the Ink  and ho won't ent a piece of bloUlng  pn pei'! .   i  t Mitiard's Llnitn-ent For Distemper        |  DAUGHTER WAS  WEAK AND  NERVOUS  Mother Gave Her Lydia E������  Pinkham's Vegetable Com-.,  pound with Happy Results  Cobourg:, Ontario.���������"Lydia B. Plnk-  luvm's Vegetable Compound wns. recommended to mo  for my daughter.  Sho had trouble  every month whlchi  loft hor In a weak  and nervous condition yfith - weak  back and pain in:  hor right side, Slu*  had these troubles  for three years and  frequently waa un-  ablo to attend  school. Sho has  become regular and feels much better  einco she began taking tho Vogotablo  Compound and attends Bchool regularly.���������itftta. John Toms, Ball St.,  Cobourg. Ontario.  Every mother who tins, a datiRhtar  suffering from such symntoms-should  give t������yd!a E. Plnkham'fi Vogotablo  Compound a trial. It Is propaved  from roots and herbn, and can bo  taken In safety by young or old;- It  has been, used nearly fifty years, mndl  ���������many, many women owe thoir good!  "health totlny to tbc tlmoly use ot  Lydia 35. PlnlibomVi Vccclablo CotB^.  pound. ������������������sis  A^  THE  CBESTON  BEVIEW  / /  ���������- aCcws Fob  Sale���������Young cows, two  nd turee   years   old.   all   have   jq~\~-\  freshened: will be sold with or without  calves. $50 and up. - Mrs.  J. B. fi-acid  Wvnndel.  J***>  v \  IV  Is there any  Meat in" the  House?  y  This is the first question tb^at presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. *������������������ But why  -worry?"*  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Fingst   Quality L  Cooked Ham  ILunch Meat  Bologna, &c.  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  Crest deb School  October Report  High Schs*ml--=-O. M. Brousson, B.Sc,  Princtpal.  Erirolmeot. 15.  Average attendance, 11.32.  Highest standing: Matriculation���������  Violet "Morrow. Advanced Junior ���������  Sidney Bell; commended, Louise  BevHVt.ryZ? ...i.---  Division II.���������J. D. Siddons, Teacher,  Enrollment. 0.  Average attendance, 8.89.  ���������   Highest standing���������Clara. Morrow.  Entrance Class���������Enrollment 27. Average attendance, 23.73. Highest  standing���������Edith Crawford, Annaretta  McDonald./ Ivin Compton. Donald  Young, Lnuise Romano.   \ '  ./ .'*  v  S     ai  ..    - P-********^ %g? if y- If *3'  **  ������������������'��������� S*S������ ��������� 0 0 -  & m��������� ue.  Division I.���������G. P.. * Smith.   Pri n cipal.  Highest S&Jindiag; ^.-Fourth SJea.Cier  ���������Aileen Hendy. Edward Biish, Charles Cotterill.    -..���������������������������������������������-  Perfect attendance���������Nadine Bell.  Edward Bush, Edith Couling, JLloyd  Couling, Charles Cotterill. Aileen  Hendy, HeSga Nelson, Elmer illsen,  Allister Koss.  Division II.���������Miss Vit-kers, Teacher.  Highest -standing: Fifth Reader���������  William Bush, Clarence Staples. Ir-  vin Olsen. Fourth Reader-^-Margaret  Walker, Arthur Couling, JEdith Wilson. . ,      ���������""' ''���������.'"  Perfect, attendanre-^Rophifia An-  drosow, ^Bva Bolton. William Bnsn,  Arthur Couling. Norman Finlayson.  Jessie Liearmonth, Marion MacDonald.  Ervin Olsera, Harold Speers, Edi-Lh  Wilson.  Division III.���������Miss Warttv Teacher.  Highest standing: Second Reader  ���������Laura Holmes, Arleigh Bird, Lionel  Downes.  Perfect attendance���������John Blinco,  Lyda ' Christie,^ Catherine - Embree,  Mary Goodwin, Jean Henderson, Ada  Lewts,r Madeline Moore, Jean McCreath, LilaKyck man, Betty Speers,  Arisen Spratt, Dorothea Spratt, Arthur Sheers.  Division IV^���������Miss   Moore. Teacher.  Highest standing���������Junior Second  Reader-i--Beth West. Hilda Payne,  J oyce Burkhart. First Reader���������Lillian Trevelyan0 Freeman Johnson,  Mary Sutclifife. Second Primer���������Ronald Gibbs. Eric Bennett, Dorothy  Dunn and Faye Pendry equal.  Perfect attendance���������Billy Bayle,  Lynn Beazer. Joyce Burkhart, Irwin  Crosthwait, - Dorothy Dunn, Ronald  Gibbs, Joan Hilton, Marjorie Learmonth. Frances Lewis, Mary Maione,  Frank Morrow, Hilda Payne. Isabella  Webb, Jean lisher. Arthur CroBuaek,  Jack O'Neill.  Division V.���������Miss Creighten, Teacher.  Highest standing: A Class, First  Primei���������Marg.-iret Blinco, Andrew  Miller,.,Lloyd Olsen. Class B. First  Primer���������Herbert Couling. Mabel  Johnson^- Lucille Davis. Receiving  Class���������Allan Staples. Lilly White,  Meade BeazeK.  ��������������� Perfect attendance���������Mary Bennett,  Meade Baazer, Margaret Blinco, Leah  Cannady, Thomas Crawford. Herbert  Couling, Charlie Faas, Florence Faas.  Eileen Foster, 'Jack Gibbs, Charlie  Huddle. Sydney Huddle. Mable Johnson, James Johnston.Lilian McMillan,  Andrew Miller, Roland Miller, Lloyd  Olson Shirley Olson, Arthur Sneers,  Allen Speers, Lilv White,-Jack Young-;  keeping house for John Bathie during  the summer, returned to- Winnipeg  Inst Friday.  Mrs. Dick Dalbom   was hostess at a  whist party at her , home   on   Friday  4ast in honour of the bride, Mrs. Stanley Gregory.  Duck Creek celebrated Thanksgiving Duy with a whist drive at the  schoolhouse at which most of the inhabitants were present. Everyone  had a good time, and the prizes were  We run the Pick of the Pictures only  GRAND THEATRE  carried off by Miss M. Topliss and  Monrad Wigen. Low scoae prizes  were awarded. Mrs. Gregory, sr.. and  Jack Barraclough. A nominal admittance was charged and the proceeds will be utilized in the purchase  of benches for any function -held in  the old schoolhouse.  John Bathie had fche misfoitune to  lose a young heifer which was hit by a  passing freight, and injured to such an  extent that it had to be shot.  .fffSS&i  Mrs. Arthur Joy retu**ned from the  prairie the latter"part of the week.  Guy Cooper has returned from  Lnmberton, where he has been for  some time past.  Mrs.   Berjfcha Bailey,  who has been  K Tvy the Drugstore First  s?z ;.a.i  unusuai sfapnpry  for One Wee1  ~_.  i  THE    Mt&HTlESt   ACTIO**  MAMA OF "HIS   CAREER  Suspense.��������� Big  Thrills ��������� Big   Adventure  Big  Love*���������Big Hate ��������� And  the   Biggest  and Most   Rousing Climax ever Flung  upon the^ Stage !  Farm Sale Notes  Whnt do you intend to do with your sale  notes? Bring- them to this Bank for discount  or safe keeping. You will find prompt, courteous and complete hanking: service at-our  nearest branch.  871  IMPERIAL   BAJNK  C W. ALLAN,  OF CLAJ-4-AJ1A.  GRESTON BRANCH,  Mnnftg������r.  l)d Not Lose Interest -  ���������* by   delaying;   to   deposit   your  saving^  , i  TF you caiuiot visit ua personally*  send your deposits by mail. Have  thc satisfaction, of knowing tliat your  money is safely protected and ia  earning interest regularly. bm  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID4JP CAPITAL       -        - $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND - ������ $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH. C. O. Bennett, Manager.  \____i ^  1ST    I"  --JL      ���������_  en  Effe������tiv<T today prices on  Ford cars delivered at  Creston are-���������  Touring ..... $683.00  Rpabouf,.  832.50  Highf Delivery .641.00  50-sheet pad. of Linen Waiting  Paper and one pkg. Envelopes^  ...'���������*. .. -\    -��������� -  See t>ur windows  IE-0ATWAY. Ltd.  Mailorders ������s  Specialty.  'g^Jg^������y*������   Wj-~-WW-.~r~f~&  jvsw**������������  Prompt 'A ttention  I  (with Si Alter and Lighting  in each case.  Buy a Ford,   it ia lowest in  price, Lowest in maintenance.  Creston Auto & Supply  R. S. BEVAN, Prop.  We would advise placing orders now for  Fruit Boxes and avoid the rush an<d  possible disappointment later on.  We will be able to srive a very low  price delivered to the orchard, and  will give till Nov. 1 to pay for thew. _  Canyon City Lumber .Company  LIMITED  For- Goo tor West hop  A shipment of Jaegar All-Wool Goods from England  Boys'Coat Sweaters, size 26, 3.00; size 28, 3.25; size 30, $3.50  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 anc^saxe  2.00  Size 20, navy and brown,,  2.25  Size 28, navy and brown   2.50  SazQ.30, navy, and brown , .".. 2.75  .^aze 32, navy ancl brown   3.00  Men's Sweaters -and Sox  Men's Sweater Coats, in grey and  heather 0.00 and $ 7.50  Men's Sleeveless Sweaters...:     5.<)0  Men's Heather Sox 75e. and 1.00  Men's Black Cashmei*e Sox...75c. & 1.00  Men's   Black   Sox   in  Silk   Embroidered  1,25  Ladies' Hose in black, brown and heather mixture.  v^y^~~,%!9 JE^Ss**'     ������B������ ^-d-^ *HL      iSm^H- S.     B, HL JR ^jM, h^f *������*��������� IS. ^^������ *H������^*^^UwR     ^i^ 'li^fc���������*.^ Fyg ^~~^ n        ^u-j#PW*^~r *%������^^-Bl*^^F,ff^ ^h^R^wl*,    *^W������.���������M^siiR     JR..     t.   -H.^U^^Lj*     *R������*B H %,r tR^  COMPANY  Wr\ I lira    |V||"|vJ������|||y I  m y* Bssa ^Z~~r  B   ^^g? B ���������        B W B Bssa B mi ^ss^ 0 m m s~\   m  LIMITED  ~m~&~~w~~~~~m~w~~~~  ~~mJB~~w3SS  WSSSR ffECE KJEVLEW. CKJESTON. Bi CL  i  NEW   LAMP   BURNS  /***  V,  JfO  -iin  Beats Electric or Gas  A new_oil lamp that gives an amaz-  Jngly brilliant, soft, white light, even  better than gas or electricity, has been  tested by the U.S. Government and,35  leading universities and found to be  superior to 10 ordinary oil lamps. It  burns without odor, smoke Or noise���������  no pumping up, is simple, clean, safe.  Burns &4 per cent, air and -8 per cent,  common kerosene (coal-oil).  The Inventor, T. V. Johnson, 579 Mc-  Derniot Ave., Winnipeg, is offering to  send a lamp on 10 days' FREE trial.  or even to give one FREE to the first  user in each locality who will help him j  introduce it. 'Write him today for  ful! particulars. Also ask him to explain how you caa get the agency, and  without Experience or money make  #250 to $500 per month.  Who  Helped the Turks?  Turkey was crushingly defeated  in the world war and exhausted by it.  Without money or credit it was not  believed that it would be possible for  her to make war. But make war she  diCT an<i with terrible effectiveness,  Those ��������� who enabled her to do so must  stand convicted before the world as ������n  part responsible for the awful fate of  Smyrna.���������Indianapolis News.  Alfred Smith, of Newcastle, claims  that his three and a half year old son  has climbed Skiddaw "(3,051 feet).  Two hundred thousand tons 'of British coal was unloaded at Hamburg  from August 26 to. September S.  British livestock valued at ������3,260,  given by the Allied Agricultural Relief Fund to Belgium, arrived at Ypres  recently.  George Cadbury, cocoa manufacturer and founder of the model village of  Bourn ville, died .'recently at Birmingham,: aged 83.      *    .      -    -  Ernest Wadsworth Longfellow,  painter, ^gjn.j|of Henry Wadsworth  Longfellow, "j left. a gross estate of  $509,901 and5 a net estate of $478,000,  according"to appraisal by the deputy  state comptroller of New York.  A Lisbon message says that the  Portuguese Parliament has approved  a---contract with the Marconi Company  for: the erection  of wireless  stations  :���������.      T   i.-Un-n 1.trxJ0\r,t-,~. -t-Sxm.       t~*rtmxrx     tTrxx-rtrx  AXA-.. A-lA~.~tt.XI..       -IXIA-tLtt-XXXX,      L*aE?       -XSXn$i4S~.       v*~XtJ.-*A  Islands, Angola, and Mozambique,  to  be ready in four years. r..:  Tlie Secret of. Good Health  Assist  Nature  ~l bl  to  normal  action  When Nature requiresjassistance, she  will not fee slow in conveying to yori-  an intimatidn of the fact. Decline of  energy, inability to sleep well, headache, biliousness, constipation, a general sluggish ness of mind and body and  any sign of digestive "unrest" should  impel you to seek the aid of a reliable  -~~x0x-0.Zi.Z~m~.,      m-mmZ X-V-  00,0 mA.      -i AI J_ \ 0 *   I * f-������ ���������X0..C���������      m������       W- A~-  liiCUlClUC   VVllllOUL   s_-t~~.<~.y .        J.11VH.   i&   tmnj  better���������no surer���������no safer���������-than this  proven f  aie~  Sold  everywhere  in boxes  2Sc~40pilU  SQc���������SV pilU  Reasons For* Stand Taken  By Britain  _T-o Keep Straits Op������n  .Tlie old traditional policy of Great  Britain in the Near East has three  justifications, or as its enemies would  say, excuses. .The first and greatest  was fear of Russia. As things wei*e'  then, possibly as they are now, if the  Turks did not control the Bosphorus  the Russians must, with the possibilities of a despexate flank attack upon  the pathway to India. The Crimean  war was fought-upon this issue and  Disraeli brought Britain to the verge  of war over it before the Berlin con:  ference.        Z?  ���������  . -       '   tr '-.'���������'''��������� Z  The^r i<>ther-''justiiica tions were the  keeping' {>pen of the  Straits  and the  protection of the Caliphate as a sacred  Mohommedan institution possessed of  vast   religious  influence  over a  large  portion of the British Empire.    It was  Gladstone who maintained    that    this  policy of supporting, a government so  cruel,   decadent  and   corrupt   as   that  of Turkey was carried out af-Jtoo great  a moral expense for any material advantages it might offer.      He preached  something like a holy war against the  Turk, and the echoes of his eloquence  are not done, reverberating yet.  However much conditions may have  been changed since the Russian revolution and the Greaf War, it remains  essential to tbe British1 Empire to  keep the Straits open and to.prolect  the Caliphate.���������-Winnipeg Tribune.  .    Manitoba's Big Crop  Conservative Estimates Place Wheat  Acreage at 3,250,000 Acres  The value of wheat, oats and barley  produced in the province of Manitoba  this year is estimated at $106,712,920,  according to Governmefit officials.  Conservative estimates -place the  wheat acreage, in the. prpyince at v3,-  250,<)6o "acrest barley 1,044,00^0 acres  and oats 2,250,000 acres, while the  yields are 67,000,000 bushels, 35,496r  000 bushels and 101,280,000 bushels.  respectively. *.  ,"*    White  Foxes Plentiful in  -North  White foxes -stve* very plentiful m  the far .north this year, according to  Inspector S. T. Wood, in charge of the  Arctic division of the Royal Canadian",  Mounted Police, and prospects are altogether bright for the trapping season. .. .; ........ ......*.  Health cannot be looked f or" i&? the;  child that" is ^subject to worms;, because -worms destroy health hi' erecting internal disturbances tfi&t retard  development and cause seridus weakness. Miller's Worm Powders expel  worms and are so beneficial in their  action that_the systems-*of the little  sufferers are restored to healthfulness,  all the discomforts and dangers' of  worm Infection are reraovea, and satisfactory growth Is assured.  His  Flesh Horribly Burnt  His. Druggist sold him a cheap Achl,  corn;..remedy, Instead of    giving .-bins?'  gob* old reliable. Putnam's  Corn  I~sZ  tractor which has been for fifty years!  the   Standard, remover, of  corns ~ and^  warts..    "'Putnam's'*1 never fails, it is  always   a  success.  '   25c everywhere.  Srefuse ;a substitute.  Dr. Johnson wrote^-the novel ''-Ras"  selas'* to defray the funeral expenses;  of his mother-  s  Minard's Liniment For Garget in Cows'  Palm  of  you  The Cheaper Way  Mrlte.���������When      I _   go      to  Beach     dear,     f    shall  dream  every night.* '~       Z-.  -. +i I. ���������      ��������� rf  Hub.���������If it's all the, sanxe to you I  would prefer to have -you stay with me  and  dream oX Palm Beach.  Bakers Bake It F������rY������n  ���������no need to bake at home  HERE'S your old-time ia-  . vorite���������jull-jruittJ raisin bread with at least eight  tempting raisins to the slice  ��������� already baked for you by  master bakers in jour city.  Simply 'phone your grocer  or a rteighborh-ood bake shop *  and   have   a   fresh   loaf   for  lunch   or   dinner   to   delight  your folks.  We've arranged with bakers in almost every town and  city to bake tin's full-fruited  raisin bread. >  Made with bi#, plump,  tender seeded raisins. The  raisin   flavor   permeates   fhe  bread. You've never tasted  finer food. Order a loaf now  and count the raisins.  Rui-mi   bread  in  a   rare  combination of nutrition* cereal and  fruit���������both  good   and   good   jor  you.  Serve at \~&.t twice weekly'  in get the benctit'*).  Use Sun-Maid for home cooking: nf pudding*, cake*, cookies,  etc.  You   may   be   offered   other  brands that you know less well  than Sun-Maids, but the kind  you wii<( i-i iiie kind you know  ii good. Ui-iat, therefore, on  Stm-Matct brand. They coat no  more than ordinary raisins.  Mail wmp-xi for free book of  tested "Sun-Maid Recipes."  ... It   is  never  somebody    wi  than ours.  difficult . to     discover  &i cet nri  Many mothers can testify to the virtue ot. Mother Graves* Worni Exterminator, "because they know from experience how useful it is.  Breaks Gliding Record -  In the gliding competition ai/llford  Hill, New Haven, England, G. R. Oily,  in a Foklcer biplane, broke the -world's  record for gliding with a passenger,  remaining in the air forty-five minutes.  SUN-MAID RAISINS  TSie Supreme Bread! rvai-oin  Sun-Mitld   Ral^ln   Clrovrer..'  M-finh'TKhiji  Thi lie en   Thnu*(t.-.ul,  Fvuhiu., Cull torn hi..  fit.1-0 Pftr-ttlftr  i   ^ (.,^T vlUx, f)VT .ANr>_sr.*>ii^ iv   I    ..-ai. t*-:,-_-1.  ~'i. ������ ri/i' *iUt,ni\-t~  ���������       Pieaie furnrl rn* ,:>*py t>. yutir free tsntsk,  f  "Recipe**! with K-iiiiru."  j  Nswre...,   x\t~\r.vt -   VE I .  THE FALiWEATHER  HARD ON LITTLE ONES  Canadian fall weather is extremely  hard on little ones. One day It is  warm and bright and the next wet and  cold. These sudden changes bring on  colds, cramps and colic, and unless  baby's little stomach is kept right  the result may be serious. There Is  nothing to equal Baby's Own Tablets  in keeping the little ones well. They  sweeten tho stomach, regulate the  bowels, break up colds and make baby  thrive. The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers ot* hy mail at 25 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicilhe  Co., Brockville, Out.  99  "BRr FOWLER'S  Saved The Lives Of  Four Children  Tfou arp hoc  ei pertment-  \it'rj~~~yh*'rt-  ' ybu*3gfJ X>r.  ChastTS OSnt���������  ment for Kczenia. ana-   Sklft? Ixrita-.  tldira.   It rellevea at once^ and gra4"-  ^    ally- heals the skin.    Sample box J5r.  Chase's s)lntmesit free il  yon mention this  paper and send 2c. stamp for postage.'- 60c. a  dox": all dealers or Eamanaon, Bates & Co..-  Xlniited. Toronto. - -������- .  y ,     Z MONEY? ORDERS -  Diarrhoea, dysentery, cholera, infan^  turn, and summer. complaint are re*-.  sponsible for more deaths, especially  among children, during the summer  months than any other form oC disease. According to statistics, in the  City of Toronto alone, in the past Ave  years out o������ 1,008 deaths of children,  from diarrhoea? 757 died during the  four summer months. It therefore  behooves every mother to look after  her children on the first sign of any  looseness of the bowels' by using Dr.  Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry,  a remedy that has been on the market  for the past 77 years, and has been  proven to be the best there is".  Mrs. Harold-Sellers, Pennfield, N.B.,  writes:���������"Dr. . Fowler's Extract" oC  Wild Strawberry saved the lives of  four ot my children when all other  remedies failed. it stopped the vomiting and terrible diarrhoea with  which they wei*e troubled. I will always recommend it, and now always  have a bottle on hand in case of emergency."   .    ,  Price. 50c a bottle: put tip only by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont,  Send " a" 'Ppminion^fExpresa ���������  Five dollars costs thr������e cents.  Money*   Order.  Flral  Requisite  He.���������Two can live as ^cheaply its  one, and we conld start out by dolug  li-ght housekeeping.  She.���������That would be fine if we only  knew where we could find it vacant  lighthouse.  1  Wrinkles and "Wrink!*s"  "Uy the time a woman has reached  middle age she has picked up a good  many wrinkles," says an exchange.  Among them being gome which enable her to hide the ptiters.  100%PRO!fcCriONFORUtt  from ona vscci'nttton -with  Cutter's Liquid, or Solid  Blackleg Aatfresaln. Abso-  lutelfhiafe. Cuttcr"������ Solid Aeores-  alnJnjcctorsworkjusclifeBIacMeg  PilHtflectors. If CutttrVAeonMsin  is unobtainable local! y. write  The Cutter Laboratory  '���������'���������Thi Jiabtritttr? th.it Ktiruit Htto''  Berkeley (U.S.License)  California  N.B.���������Old Style Powder and Pill Vaccine* still raxde  tor those who prefer them.  .  Aihorlca'a  PJonoer  Dog Rem-ad Lea  BOOK ON  r>oo DI^IBASES  and   How  to .Feed  Mailed   Fres   to any  Address by tho  ,      Author  H.   CIiA.1'   at.OVKR  CO..   INC.,  ll������   We������t   2������li   St.,  New, \qv\-,   U.S.A.  ae  No need to HutCer with corns, ol* to  run the risk of paring them. Remove  tbeni surely aad painlessly with Hollo way's Corn Remover.  Pleasant Advice  A lesson that small boys have been  trying io Impress upon their parents  for ages Is confirmed by a -London  medical authority. Hc warns against  th������ hnbli ol' geltfnR out of bod nuddonly In the mornings. He advises: "Lio  awake at leant five minutes before  arising. Stretch every limb and a  few nilnuteH speul in reading Is: excel-  lenl." Occusionully a health special-  IhI preMcrlbes Homething thai, can be  pcH"orme<l wil h pleafiure. - VAncouvci*  Province,  Minard'a   Li*nlm������nt For Coldo.   Etc.  IQUI  I You dtm'thava.'t.o wftitror wwulia"' whe  Jyoittflkol'K-ltU-NA. Ileforatlittflntt^  Iboltleifi goue, you noUoo imsf,n*-~t_j  Imeut. You nri������M*UniclMH ter and  tsiootnttic HotMiu***  eu-.I'o������itdl������di-  kR������it]ngpro<  nerly, an������l  .lliotto-^ _^^  IwoIm __C^_k_^^^'~_r'.    aro]  r |M������com-{  .   norves rlon'tl  .   "jump" nnd th������l  ���������Un ta alanriiiK.I  A.ntt an you continual  Viiu ttr.'.il-mcitA. )/ou ������-ojs*|  \\ms~ %a Improve; until,!  ^laioat Iwforti yo������ roaliire f t,|  you nre well.���������I������������J-ItIC-M A. ini  thnideallonia! andjiMtwhntl  you ntits*. tl������������iio <li������y������. J'wol  (teneratlonnoanteatify to thol  b������ri*llt������ tliey hn-.~ r������vcelvn������l|  from I^WnaPli-UU-NA. llag  nnme it |>raUmli������> IIkhiwuhIhj  ot Iioioom. ~-<sm tmstsHl ttsl  onmU U van M*������l re*������ain. i������t al  b������lll������ ������r PE-RU.N*ta4if������NiI M  t\~ ta r������al fc������lit������t S*U ���������r-wrwfcoa.r  ������~U~S~~lU iit-*'l*mtA Ut.,htttntrtm\l  "  ^4������r*t^^^Sj^*^^������w*  tm  lu~l~t~~t~~~~~~-~----~--_^(4^^  mm  ~~~~n~~~~~j~~-~~l~~_  mmm  'M itltM-M''^ ^^--**^i4i**4^*'i!ttiMk4PM^ 'MAaSA.UM-.lfcuMMjfltii~~.~,~-it,e~ru~0*iu~  a^j������ir^^*aiAL.;-|l-B,iiwaii^irjfia ���������yniifTa'itiiln tr^Hal*anrlTi*Tf i lia-nri.'wftThmitf nhtf ���������iiAi>*Ji*aNamiitiml>iT*iTf'-ilm *f1tni1ftt*j*i .iifltii  ���������^^ai*A^:y-*Mfl--s*^^ TED������ XU������V1XW������ CBESTON, B. C~~  11^ ~t~_ I  In Britain   For  The  Coming General Elections  o-  WESTERN  EDITORS  London.���������With the sweating ia of  Et. Hon. Andrew Bonar-Law. the new  Premier, and the members of The iu-w_  Uovernmenl. a fighting speech by T.\.  Hon. David Llayd George','the lormer  Premier, and the issue of ., a Labor  manifesto, political stpge is further  etcared :lor. tbe Impending * Ren-eral  elections . The public Has now been  placed in possession of all the party  platforms.  Premier Law is expected to an-  ���������nounge an extensive reform or, irbnin-  Istrative departments with the objects  of retrenchment. -  This reform probably will afreet ihe  ministries of labor and transport, the  duties of which mas' be relegated io  ������ther department with a considerable  saving in the expense of administration. This, however, can hardly be  regarded  as a  new- policy,   raifcer'-it  A SUIlDfNa ?@fi!e  *3.  For Hiccups and Heartburn  Here Is a Good Prescription  Nothing brings such satisfactory re--'  _U���������T as slowly sipping a lew  drops" of  "Nerviline'* in  sweetened -water.-Ner *  ���������il'tvn.  -    -    IU     004  To those of delicate constitution, young or old,  Scott s Emu  is nourishment and  tonic that Builds iip  the whole bodyl  Scott & Bowni', Toronto. Ont.  cause the hiccups, just as it does sour  risings, gas belching and fermentation  in the stomach. For acute stomach  pains, bloating, nausea and similar  ills, rely on trusty old Nerviline, the  true friend of every family. ' Sold by  all Dealers, 35c per bottle.  " - * *  would be carrying out the-recommend-  ations of the Geddes commission ancl  other economy suggestions during Ibe  Coalition regime.  In    general    outlines,  however,  ihe  *nlQf*fm.*rt10 -V? oil -I ll O WrxVtti^lC ������    V*������X  -"- ���������*���������*--' ' **  ���������   Jt .- ��������� ~t   known. Perhaps most striking in  this connection is the fact thai Ltovd  Geo������*ge, alter some hesitation, joined  his voice with the leaders of other  parties against 'socialism" and labor.  The former Premier thus placed himself in line with Mr. Chamberlain and  Mr. Churchill on this question, though  in a somewhat less 'pronounced manner. He declares: "Labor is against  Social order, and jve must contest that  policy:" Z-i?  -, He confesses he    has    no    election  slogan,   and   this   is  characteristic  of  A. H. Liversidge, Editor and Proprietor of The "Free Press, Wetaski-  win, Alberta.  the  the;  manifesto of all the" parties'with  exception of the Labor parry.  STOMACH MISERY,  - GAS   ]ND!T3EST!0N  tPvstihA-ix*:   B   ff%m*~ai*-Vaiam*e   1 a������*������,&.~  Of Armistice Day  Veterans Want Celebration Held On  Original Date  Ottawa.���������A _ protest against the  changing of the date of Armistice Day  in Canada was voiced in a resolution  passed,, at a meeting of the Dominion  Z-.X_.-i ci.xi.-o  lULlCJH  J *,'"  ���������**��������������� 4 ������  'Rape's Diapepsin" "Corrects  Sour, Upset Stomachs  ���������;*..������������������.  at 'Once  "'Pape/s  Diapepsin"' is the  quickest.  surest    relief    for indigestion,  gases,  flatulence,  heartburn,    sourness,     fer-.  j mentation or stomach distress caused  : by acidity.      A few tablets give almost  I immediate   stomaoh   relief.        Correct  [ your stomach and' digestion now "foi;".a  ' few cents.    "Druggists sell millions of  packages.  urges "that the Government take immediate steps to- rectify this change  with the expression that such change  o f date is unpopul ar througrfout Can-  ada and certainly will never be'recognized by the men who assisted to  bring about that armistice of the day*  of November 11, 1918." ..- The resolution is being forwarded to the Government.  An  act  was passed    last    year,    it  ji will   be   remembered,,    bringing     the  |l Armistice'Day and Thanksgiving; Day j  ��������� j holiday together on   the first Monday 1  '   in November. '..This-year the holiday j  falls    oh    Nov.     6, but war.veterans j  throughout the Dominion are in most  eases holding their armistice celebration on tlie original date, -which is the  following Saturday, November 11.  Prince Postpones Visit  Te South Africa  Submarine In Port " -  Charbourg.���������-The French  submarine  Roland     Merillo,     abandoned   by  her  crew  in  the  English  Channel, is :,afe  in the harbor of Guernsey Island,  l  FOOLISH 10 IS  MMFALLOIJT  35c "Danderine" Saves Your  Hair���������Ends  Dandruff!  Delightful "Tonic  Finds It impossible to Take Tnp This  Year  London.���������Although 1he Prince'of  Wales is anxious to visit South Africa  at as early^ a date as possible, he regrets that it will be impossible during 1923, according to a statement 5-s-  sued by Prince Arthur of Connauaht, j  Governor-General of .the "Union. i  So anxious are the people* r>������ South i  Africa to have a viBlt from the Prince j  that reports have been in  circulation  in the Dominion that His .Royal Highness would visit them .Almost- irsnu; (irately.  "Cascarets" 10c  Best   Bowel   Laxative  When   Bilious,  '.j   Constipated-  To clean out yatur bowels without  cramping or overacting, take Cascarets. Sick headache, biliousness,  gases indigestion, sour, upset stomach  and all such distress gone by morning.  Nicest physic on earth for grown-ups  and children. 10c a box. Taste like.  candy.  Relieves Asthma .jjjt Little Expense.  Thousands of 'dollars have been vainly spent upon remedies for asthma and  seldom, 1t' ever, with any relief. Dr.  J. D. Kellogg'H Asthma Remedy, despite Its assurance of benefit, costs ko  little that it is within .reach'of all. Lt.  is the national remedy for asthma far  removed from- the class of doubtful  and experimental preparations. Your  dealer can supply tt. ������*>  Police Looking For Bela Kun  ' Geneva.���������A warrant I'or- the nrreBl  of Bela Kuq, former head of ihe Hungarian Soviet, Government which was  dominant In Hungary for n short lime  after the war, was issued by the Federal Police 'Department. Bela Kun  la expected lo bc in. hiding with n  false Swiss "passport made owl. Jn the  name of Adler.  Keeping Watch For Bandits  ,.. * I.,,.    ������  Towns In Southern Saskatchewan Are  Prepared for Trouble  Regina.���������Citizens in all towns in  Southern Saskatchewan close to the  International border are keeping vigil  through weavv, hours, in readiness for  a visit from the gang of bandits who  attempted to rob the Royal Bank  brancli at Pipeetono, Man,. Provln  cial'Pollce^'natrolB and special constables made a daali for Macoun, when  a-warning was sent to Weybwrn, informing Inspector Simpson that telegraph wires had been cut at Macoun.  A carerul search was made but no  trace of bandits waa found.,  Buy  Vancouver.  Salmon. River  Ish Columbia  .In  Fai-ms In   B.C.  B.C.���������Ten farms In th������  Valley of Central Drlt-  liave been  solrl  ro nine  <iui<i\.! 1 )on'i' wjtK"! 5-1 very bald  hr.iid started with .lust, a few falling  hnifH ami a little dandruff���������but t.odn  tho hair appeared thin. KL*rnKgl>, nnd  tln.'M the dread bald f~inti.      U -irriun .t . f-'<rmf-rs .In Montana .-mil one- 3n  \\;.il.  Bin lo h������l hair fall ouf. or tolerate dnH-]inglon State.      Thry will lnkr> up fhH  Irncilve dnndruff when you ������.���������������.������ ciuicU* ', fnrmtt next stwlng.  ly correct, all auch hair trouble wiih a  bottle  of  delightful   Dumleritie,  Millions of men nnd woiiifn know  ,\o. magic of Oand'Tlne; bow ii oor-  rt*.;ls oil}, dar.th-nnV, 'ir-dilnjr scalps  Hind ij-olpH tho hah* to i;ro������v Iodr, uhlHr,  ntrontf and luxurlnnt. Uanderinn is  rml hUt-kv or iKV������:iti*.v. II If-: thc- lark-  ������������������Hi Hilling hair corrective and umif.  in ihn worhl bww-C it It-: not a hum  lvu*r!       i'.i-t n  li  boftlo r.i fifty time t^ore. |  For Infants and Chi]dren  In Use For Over 30 Years.  Admiral    Beatty    In    Motor   Accident  London.���������Admiral Lord Beatty 7^������a  in a painful condition following a motor car accident recently when lt was  considered that his injuries wero very  Hlight.      The  Admiral waa  re turn Ing  j from a hunt near Dorking, when, in an  I attempt   to   avoid   a   bicycle,   hla   car  ran  Info a  ditch.      Ho was aeveroly  Hhaken,  (hough,  it  Ih understood, no  bone.*; were broken.      Ho hi Btlll confined io hlH bed.  Every  fiiwutyt. bcuiB.  ,      ������he ~  ~.tfrno.*:nuie oi  dollar   spent  In   your   home  ��������� "beect fer thr r.omjntsalty.  W.     N.     U.     1444  y /  r1 S  Thelokacoo of Quality  &  ���������'  B  Tl   n    T   tl      i tit  ncmce\a$ jroids the Mue  The price tag on Stahfield's Unshrink*  able Underwe^^pfTers you the. best  iinderwear^jtaiiie pi Canada.  Buyingy^wol  in^ enorm������y^^^ntities>  enables risft!o obl^in^tfe^^^sfprices,  ��������� -t'/--  \\ ��������� / /     i3?jZ^      i /f'        \  Making huja4reo|->or thou^iids p������\gar-  ���������men^s^eaclv'seaS^i, keeps down A^jeV-iost  of production, z-y^ Z.:. iZz^^:\     V? #  marketiji^expenseX l\\f  Thus, gfanfield'.s UnsftHnkable ^der-  wear<rfe^resents the best quality an^lii������  best service at the lowest -consistent  prices.  Made in combinations end two-  piece suits, tn full !engths knee  and elbow length, and sleeveless  .for men and women. Stanficld'a  Adjustable Combinations and  Sleepers foe growing children  <pat.)- -ZyjZ  b������ISb EfiMlaSra  Underwear  For sampte hoo"^. showing weights and textures; write  .':,.-- STANFIELD'Si LIMITED. TRURO NA    :  oo  UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you  are not getting Aspirin at all  /  Accept only pn "unbroken package"1 of "Bayer Tablets, of  Aspirin," which don tains directions and dose worked out by  physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for  Colds Headache Rheumatism  Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis  Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain  Usiniiy "Ba*reru boxes of 12 iabteU���������Aho bottles of 21 and IM���������Drusgfots.*  *mt-~ilm~l*H.~t~r at JSali-rvtlrBctd.     Wltllf- ll !��������� *w-**Jl krirtwm ihut A������p!*lu sncan������ iia-rer  Will tn Mtampiil vrHU tlitlr tuncrfcS  tr������������!*   rn������������W.  th** *li-iij.-*r tr������������i.  5  -tiiXf.rit.ii^^t.iifitiiir.ia. ;:.;.*,*** ������iir!ysty?ty:l.fi..������^-,- THE  CRESTON REYIEW  Local and Personal  ,   Tttrkips���������Field turnips, $15 a ton.  F. B, Peawse.  Wood For Sale���������Cut gi-een and  now dry stoye -wood.    Percy   Boffey.  Creston. '  Coat For. Sale���������Brown, size 40,  good as new, $10. Can be seen at Review Office.  Dr. Wilson Herald, ear, nose and  throat specialist, will be-, in "Creston  about Nov. 19th.  M.. J. Argue of the Beattie Oatway  store, was a week end visitor at "his  h >������ e in Cranbi ook.  R. Walmsley was a business visitor.  at Cranbrook over the week-end, re  turning on Tuesday. ������������������  For Sale���������Set light wagon springs?,  1500 !bs.,*. -hever been used, "'$12,  Art'Kur Collis, Creation.    ' "','  Gas Engine For Sals���������5 h.p.  Stickney engine, in good shape, $1?5<  WnnBrowell, Canyon.  The Vaiiey schools are mow operating on the"winter schedule,- opening  at 0.30 a.m., and closing at 3.  Father Bessette^will be here aiad  take the usual services in Holy Cross  Church on Sun^y, Nov. 12th.  Honey For Sax,e���������Extracted honey. 30c. lb. to parties futnishiiig their  oyvn "containers. ; iferey Bjctffey, Cres������  ton.   -' v '  - WAhtbd���������For spot'cash,  delivered  at my barn,   two tons of good clover  during Mr. and Mrs.  the coast.  Jackson's visit at  hay. state price,  Creston.  add  see T. Mawson,  Greston ViHei^o-Operatiw  Associate  ERICKSON  '.���������:I)eliv6ry every Saturday.     - y\  ���������-Phonein your orders.  r-:Qome.ir) and see our- prices on  Groceries.    Von will save mon ey. *���������-..  dUiiiGiiiuig new  j fljg "Rmo!  i  :.M_l~. ���������'..������������������  Featares our  Confectionery  Remember -we serve the  best: only_ in  Beverages,  -     Ice Cream  Chocolates .  Home Made Candies p  PleiJsGn's s������u Wiliard's  -Miss Ellson, of -Canyon���������-.City Xium--.  ber Company. office staff, was at, ber  home in ^Jejsop.' fSv the Thanksgiving"  holidays.   ' . - ��������� "'. ���������  ,y\Z .-.....-.-  For   Sale���������One ion    Ford    truck.  Als.p,three? horses weighing  from 1400  to^XSOQ lbs., irich������djLrig .harness.    H. J3.  McGr^ath^jCr^toti^ii'..-���������.;������������������..  H. A. Fife,- re*fcently on the local  Bank of Commerce staff, bnt now at  Cranbrook* was a week-end visitor  with Creston friends.  '. For Sai,13���������Grade   iu51c.h   cow   and  heifer  C-.\f,   $60,    Also   18  Piyii|Quth  f*>_^ _I_ "tL.-l:-.       '     'll'-    '-''.     '���������~mi      ���������..".-?  A~tii.Cn.  J. s.  . For Sale*^���������Kerosene engine and  slab SS..V, set ap ready for operation,  saw is new. engine in good shape, going cheaply Morrow's Blacksmith,  Shop. Creston. .  "Victor Carr was a pass^ngei^iltst on I  Tuesday, taking has son, Roudoiph, to  Cranbrook for medical treatment, the  lad uot having enjoyed robust health  for some tjme.pastt  Of a total revenue of  $326 gathered  in at the   provrncial * police  otfice-iii!  November,'police court  fines account-  -led for$125.    $60:came in from  motor  [licenses, and $82 for hunting licenses..  - The Presbyterian ijadies* Aid pre-  Thanksgiving "chicken supper ori"Fri������  day night-was "very largely attended,  the'gross intake of the evening being  in the neighborhood pf ������870.  :  Barbee Shop���������I have takgn 'over  the barber shop in the Auditorium  hall. Up to the, niiimte hair cutting,  pomps a specialty.      Let   the   kiddies  come.    Dick Randall, barber.  Friends of Rev.Mr. Roper, who conducted evangelistic services here under Methodist auspices last winter,  will sympathize -with hips in*the!loss,  of his wife, who died in Vancouver  the latter part of October, leaving a  family of three children behind.  Provincial  or Ferguson of Nel-  year unless their membership is paid  for 1923 lit -would be well if as many as  pessible would pay at the ^������verober  meeting and thus aave time at the  December session. Members are reminded to bring a dozen sandwiches  as well as a cakes to   the  whist drive  ~n~rt  rt.AX-X*  XACXlKI^���������, . .   f^ViBXAXX       XHX-X-i I 5M.  Hamilton, Creston.  t^_  <.Sx^r0m,  Mrs.. IJarrlgah left on Thursday. for  Vyenatuhee;v  '���������~tr.ZL.tL:'  Xx.._.L  xtx.^-,  P-J-   Ji^lt...*        At'  bandV and. inhere they will nial?ie ttieir  permanenthome in -fiiUue.  .Mr.' aind.. IVjfrs.. F. _H. -Jackson .got  away this "-w'eek to.Victoria,, and will.  p,tpba bly spend, JtKe* .'ijext thiee. in cm ths  "with friends' in that city,'.arid' v^n*.  ���������ouver.   ������������������ .- ���������  ,  . Misses ^ade," Vigkersjatid. Cieightbn  of the ~ public school " teaching 6i.tH.flF  have taken up housekeeping for.them-  salves in the F. H.  ��������� ATTENTION, LA  DIES!  Las:p���������Latter part tit October, on  lower road between Duck Creek and  Sirdar, brown : tinackinaw coat* with  belt. ^ Reward" to finder" returning  to F. J. Klingensmith, Erickson.  MiB. Hendei'sonand.'Mis. James are  giyirig ���������������'silver'' tea for Presbyterian  Ladies'?A_~~\ -.benefit .at the home of  Mrs. Heqdgrsfjnr on Saturday afternoon. Mov^ Ilth, from 3.30 to 5.30.     /  Boys again led the profession in the  .Kirt.h\.statistic������. for-*October, three of  the male humans, being added to the  population,   as .compared   with   two  girls.    There  wefe no, deaths, and no  marriages. :'���������  John Huscroft, "who captured first  priae-ori- spufls at'- Creston fair this  Jackson .residence,:J ye&r," is entering his Early Ohio variety of tubers in the provincial potato  exhibition to be held at Grand Forks  next week.  V.L. j: -r-  Bert Norris  Next Benn'sGanee  !  The Mount Royal ; Company  _."*" iti-Ssturday afternpon and,  Monday-forenoon . display at our  store the latest and most up-to-  date Fall end Winter Coats and  Dresses at reduced prices. Be  sure and see this display at our  store*- " S.i-rA.. Speers. ''Ziy  '. .it-*".    .,,..���������;;.        -   .:. ?    '..    :j y._ *-*.'     ���������-  lNQTI������E .���������T^v^OAT:^::O^^SERS  JBucIc  at Stud  Local Does, ^3..,. Does, -per Express  (prepaid) $5.  P. G. EBBUTT,  CRESTON.  The carefully-dresseS  today selects a hat of  quality���������and his choice  ist inyariably, the..  Stetson Hats combine style, expert  making and the best of materials-���������  giving you headwear^ that keeps its  shape, at, a price that, quality considered, cannot be matched by other  ��������������������������� makers.       *r  A.   new fttock   of. tnes-e  in Broviriij  Get yours now  while the stock  is complete.  Ad Fii im? n? rn a  ���������   ~~~y tr ~~~~i ~L~t tv*z>  R HAti MEROirANT.  The November meeting of .Creston  Board .of Trade will be. held on Tuesday night. Tourist Aosbciatioti matters will be p-ominent in tihe evening's  business and a, full .turnout of ti>*em-  berg. is.ask ed. ���������-.,.* '   ���������      .-������,t^.' *v .-���������'-  L. -Ryle, who has been, in charge of  the, shipping "departiinent at Crestpn  Fruit Growers Union, the past season,  left for his'home at North Vancouver  on. Thursday.' " He is ' succeed&di by  Walter. Carkv: ' ZZ.'ii'Z '*:P'i ''������������������?  For SALE-^Fin e regi stered Jersey  heifer; two years'old-, sire St. Ouen  Coanb Cicero; dam Brampton Lady  JLeda.. -Fuji sister- aver������ged -- two  pounds of butter per day when fv?&h%  Carl Wigen, Wynndel.  The fiist whist drive under the  a\i8pices.of;Creston.:* Catholic.[��������� Club, ia  annon'nc'e'������t:fo''f Friday neat, Nov. 17th,  in Speers* Hall. Cards will commence  at S.S0 prompt."1" "If he admission is 50  c -nts, which includes supper.  Judge Thompson . of "Granb.ropk is  expected here on Monday next to hear  argument in the- appetii that has been  taken against the"ffihe levied on"Monrad* Wigen by ������������������ Magistrate -3Sl������iHan*-  daine, fou.burning w-tl|out.a-iteriuii.  n  Alb'-'the Women's meeting in the  Pafrish Hall (in Friday, Nov.ltth. J&ev".  Mr. Arch bold of Victoria, will give an  aldresss on '"Social JUygiene;J'., at 3  p.m.' Tlie meeting will be open, to  both friends as well as Institute mWi-  bers. '        ''���������'"- I  Ripe raspberries were! gathered '"on:  the J. A^B'eilr.Vncm'^on November lsti  not quite enough for ������k shortcake; but  arppl^. to*,: demonstrate the* wonderful  season we,ha vie had and .thejibsence, of  a killing frost in the Grandview  Heights section. .  ,  The ladleH of the Oatholic,Club .wei'o  entertaintid at' tea at' the' liomfe'b'f Mtsi  Ct omptori ��������� ���������" on ' '��������� TucBtlny nfternoon*;  when there was.MV-.good lurnohb' of  those ... Interested and. ������tTiv|Rgeri]ent|}  were, mad^ fen* the seiisofOs operations  along'soRial lines. , ���������        ,  Thci trust cos m/ldo n,n ofjflcial visit, tq  the public school on 'Tnoaday alter.  noon and during thelt1'BtAy sprurng tt  Hie fthimrt and weie pliansed ' to iiote  that nil the pupils were marched out  of the. building in ordwlv fashion irf  tena than two minutes.   ��������� (  t    -t .   ���������,?'���������       ���������    ������������������/���������  ��������� Th?. vioatl>er , report;.for October,  ahowB that the Vnlley. .^tjjflyed ji total  rainfall of1 1.^7 * inch-OR. The' coolcut  (h-vf'r i hri"month wns :Httfhdiiy." 20tH;  -when tho moicury got down to "20;  white tlio bnlmleflt spell was the 10th,  when St tmvHllod up tq.?2.  Bantlinarttm* Hendy and his bands-  in on wero at the s-qhpol on Tuesday  afternoon rcheareitifi^the .childi-eii .in  ttiie umiHlcal iiuird)fi*M that will t>u Himg  at th������t unveiling ceromonl-oH on Suttir.  ������J������y Hftoi'nooo, with <t"apt Crompton  directing the voeal featurew.  son.was here on an official visit Thursday and Friday last. He was looking  the town and Valley over getting a  line on new buildings erected witb a  view to -reyjsin^: the. assessment ~ in  this connbcCion before the tax notices  go out nest month.  The social season will be ushered in  to-nig^t v?ith jl whist driye and dance  in the Parish Hall, under the auspices  of the yVomen's .Institute, with cards  due to start at 8 .prompt, and ..two  prizes to be awarded. ' The: danoe  music will Jbe by Mrs. Foreman and-  Alex. Lidgate. The. admission is 76  cents.  .......   ....,.,..' '..'  ,'.'.���������.'.-"'���������-���������  .,'. The returns for the month show  th&t October was quite a busy one for  skipper. ...l^pckhead of the Kootenay  River ferry ^ith a .total .of 416 round  trips, for the_ twenty -five days' opey-;  atipns. The busiest day,\of. aii whs  .the 30th, when..22..round . trips we���������  made. All, told.223 double Vipfs were  carried, and in; ������he neighborhood ..of  EOCr passengers. -84 auto . parties wete*  carried. v     ir     \\..     ���������"���������        . .*.*   :.  VancoulJlrer "Wbrfd:'" -Key-. H> P^  Bessette, O.M.I., amtii a-year'ago curate nt;-������he Holv. Rosarv Pro-Catfiedrah  and now-in charge-Of Cranbrook,- B.O^,  and the'missions attached thei-eta, has  been elected Grand Knights- of ,the  Cranbrook' Council- of the1. Knijghts. of"  Columbus.- Wbile resident- in 'Van'  couver Father Bessette'..was. chaplain  to Vtincpuy^r.counciL He is; one .of  three native sons of British Columbia  who have been ordained to the Catholic priesthood since the establishment  of the Cdus-ch In this pr-ovin'ee. ....  Mesiibers of the W������n������sn,s' Ihstitiitsi  are renii'n'dfed'." thitt" the -i'e~~~i ������������������tn'eeti**^' j;  will^be held- in" the Parish Hull, rts  there-'Will benffewninsicai iten*s^ -As  tiie 'x^eueiiioei3 -ineetiii^'.-is tne anfiuni,  and'no   members, can-"-vote   fopinest  AngflGan Ghureli Seryjees  SUiSJOAY,:NOV. 12  CRESTOlf EKrCKSON   -  10 a.m. and T.'BO p.m. Si00 p.mi ^  ��������� ��������� ��������� \ ���������  -*      Fer -    - '���������  PianoforteyJ'0rg&n iand.-^  Singing Lessons  mfith '  -������������������'. r ���������'-������������������-'.  ARTHUR COLLfe, Creston;_  P.O. Ber 76    . y. Z.      .   Z ,*'  BRAND THEATRE  Saturday,  -i  CARIi liAEMMLE  ,*��������� presents -      '  '���������'" '].ZZ-'''*.'"'," ���������' '  "Root" ibsflfl  . ��������� .'P   ������������������*:- -ur. f . y.-  and an all-stat cast in  Notice to tiie Public  1  xdani  ii fl rarlQi  Barber Sho  M  ts still doing businass  ai the sams oid stand  '        "''    ' ; ^_���������^-~���������~  ���������^-We are here to stay.  ���������- We have the only^aiii-  ~~hi jr    ciil-Lrp  ���������N  'u������oVvccjii  V^ITSll.-  bf66k arid Nelson.   ;  ie onlv shon that has  equipment for^^ Shampooing,  S.termzing    and    Sa:nitapy  .���������Service.   ���������*���������' ;'������������������ ��������� -yZ������������������.....  ���������We solicit white trade  trade only.. .    -- \^   >-  L^. ���������������' <'-.������.  *���������    - ��������������� .- *    --*' .- -��������� *  .0. ��������� '-       r  i.-.   ..   -  i-  ^SlF tools stferiHzied. ^:  ������3-Ai|!������r.T,X������T>.A*-:*tr .~~a   ��������� V/*      ~J~73*. 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