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 r^4������^^i*f^X^^i^^^ii^-  .-I;*- :t  irV?.  ���������'-.��������������������������� ">������������������'������������������  *    ---tr  Z-Z y.  i-r-'iZZZ-^Zi-Pji  mmmmyiz  <* -l-^f  Vol. XIV.  CRESTON, B. C, FRipA'Si, OCTOBER 27, 1922  No. 38  S&iGft&Ba&g*  Z/_  Kitchener Timber -Company"'has  started a crew of men building a flume  - farther np the creek, with 'our genial  friend, Dave Desbain. irt'cttiavge.        " *  Avery enjoyable time waechttdby  the young; people at the dance ������ifc-the  Oastonqua/y Hotel" on Saturday ������ve>  n ing.  G. A. Hunt is busy w|th |hte erection of a targe warehouse, with Al.  Hendren and Percy Watsoip,of Creston in charge of construction.  Mrs. McGonegal and children were  week-end visitors at Greston.  Some of the yonng people motored  to Oreston on Wednesday =n?ght last  for the dance in the Grand Theatre  ballroom.  It is quite definitely stated that the  parties who were to have taken over  Mr. Su.livan's mining property have  postponed purchasing* .������ne to the un  settled conditions in England.     The  - deal-was reported as spot cash $40,000.  '"'It is expected, however, that the dea  will go through in the spring for sure  Frank. Morrow, who Jtas been on the  G. Cartwright ranch ~*r~~~a aii eumtuer,  is away on a trip to : Vancouver at  present.  The men from Nelson, who have  been working .here the pAsfc she -weeks  on tb<*ir contract for taking- out rock  for bard surface roads ^operations,  completed the taking ,:>;|iwt of 1500  square yards and left for/home at the  end of the week.  Tt. ~~. Leveque is a yisitor at Van-  couvepr at resent, wheie be" is due to  undergo an operation in a military  Hospital in tlmt city.-.zyZy^;/  Carload shipping of app^aft^ mix*  ed cars has now topped the 100. mark.  On Tuesday^Lhe tot^T eastward movement was 104 cars. Jfr *-  A number from her* are arranging  to be at Canyon to-night for the ladies' aid chicken supper and entertain*  ment.  Apple picking is completed in the  23rickson section and the end of the  week, possibly, will see the packing  sheds through for the season.  Some fifteen of the S3 pieces of  Erickson land offered at the land sale  at Creston on Monday were easily disposed of at the upset price. Sam  Fraser paid the top figure of local  buyers, going to $146 an acre for Lot  2d of subdivision of Lot 0053. There ie  about five acres in this piece.  Mr, and Mrs. Roy Telford were given a post nuptial community reception  at the Telford home on Saturday  night*   when -a  large    gathering  of  Something New  AH the Time  Vatiety Features oar  Confectionery  Remember* we aerve the  ^        - host only in  Beverages  Ice Cream  ' -Chocolates  Home Made Candies  Just received a stock of  Fry's Chocolate Bars  Brickson and Canyon friends made  them an unexpected yisit and proceed*  ed to spend an evening, with cards  music and various other amusements,  with a substanial lunch about midnight. The occasion -was thoroughly  enjoyed by all. and just as fully afj-  predated by the bride and groom not  withstanding its unexpectedness.  Tbe United Farmers had no opposition in their bidding for the fifth nf  an acre comprised in .Lot 5. which  came their way at the upset price of  $40. It is expected a community hall  will .in due course be built thereon���������  something Erickson badly needs.  Mr. Bean, who this spring-purchas*  ed the Spence ranch in the neighborhood of G������*o. Browns-igofs- is rejbort-ed  tn have sold six acres of it to Mr. Linn  of Creston this week.  The local of the United Farmers at  Erickson is resuming operations on  Tuesday, November 7tb; at 8 p.m. a^  the schoolhouse. All members and  all interested in communitv work are  invited to make the opening 'meeting  a good start for the winter season.  Bob Foxall paid a flying visit to his  mother, here, between trains on Sunday.  H. Bathie. jr.. arrived on Sunday  from Fernie, returning-tbere next day,  taking Mrs. Bathi-egunJl sen with him.  Peter Andestad held thej-nisfortune  to lose one of his t&am. The animal  was so Sj^riously s5dk it was thought  advisable to shoot ii. .  Walter Carr left hesfe on Tuesday to  take a-position with  the Fruit Grow  erS; "Union at Creston.  Goverainelit Land  Sale Big Success  Mrs. J. CB- Rudd-has returned front  ^ai^.pniia^^cjaidrj-^^-that she ha*  Idlspoipej^Of. the "trh^^J. her apple  crop at very favorable prices.  J. D. Moore., the provincial -road  superintendent, dfrSaslo.-waS-here on,  an official' visit Tuesday.  A Nelson man has the "contract for  the new road at Wilds Creek*'* and  part of his crew arrived on Tuesday.  There will-be a dance under the auspices of the'United Farmers on Saturday. 28th, at 'the old school house.  Gents 50c, Ladies are asked tb bring  refreshments.  A., H. Piggott and   a   friend   from.  Cranbrook spent last Saturday fishing  in the channel, and were successful in  catching severr! nice size black bass.  "Wanted lands at a reasonable upset  price" was the slogan^off the provincial  department of lands in connecion  with the sale ;Of gpyerhment lands  here on Mondav, Oct; 23rd, and as a  result of this wise policy the great  majority" of the tracts offered were  readily disposed of at; the price set on  them, or a little more.- With the ex-  cp**������t?o!! oi? the bottom Issds that overflow annually, and some rather inaccessible tracts near the Idaho boundary, the buying was fairly evenly]  divided over fche subdivisions offereiL  J. W. Smith; the well known lands  appraiser, officiated as auttoneer, with]  John Cartmet. government agent at  Nelson, and an office assistant, along:  with Charles Moore of Crestim looking  after the clerical work, buyers being J  given their agreement of sale, iramed-  I iately the land wafe knocKed down to  "  t~  them, and in more: than a few cases  where full payment; was made certificate of title was issued the buyer  before Mr. Cartmel left for home.  There was very, little competitive  bidding, nor -*vas this encouraged by  auctioneer Smith; J. -once the upset  was bid h^ lest notttiine in declaring  i the land ������o!d. This absence of com-  petition was particularly noticeable on  the tracts on whicn^Bome returned soldiers have squatted.   On all of these  v ' '*  t'iie srhuatter*-occn't^d~r**'^ hi������d ^^''nos aW  his own way, whilfef the modest upset  price on these saost- tracts, and the  provision for spot,cash payment for  improvements In Caeeothers-purchased  indicated that Mr. Smith, who did the  vakiating, certainly well safeguarded  the interestr of the squatter-settlers.  The same policy held with regard to  lands that -haveitrf frerted ^back   but  emphasized that fact. Certainly no  one bought land at this sale due  to misrepresentation or at an excessive  price. Following is the list of lands  sold, their area, aud the price obtained  Subdivision of Lot 491  Block    Acses Price  . 1        10-00 $50.00  2 9.90 60.00  9.76 50.00  9.15 :-52.00  10.78 51.00  10.00 5000  6  7  '8  9  35  10.00  6.72  50.00  30,00  Bayer  Robt. Avis.  Robt. Avis.  Percey Boffey.  J. 'B. Kiely.  CF. Kennedy.  Louis Leamy.  Louis Leamy.  O. D. Bliss.  &sbd������&i������zsn of Lst SSSS  1  2  3  4  s.  6  8  13  14  1-15/  X0  00  27  29  32  0.1  G.18  OriS  0.27  G. tft  <U?9  0.79  0.55  tt.47  0.50  0.5  4.20  3.72  1,44  &3  25.00 lot  40.00   ���������*  50.00    ������������������  75.00   ������������  130.00 *y  160.00   <>  86.00    "  S0.00   "  85.00   "���������  85.00 lot  145.00  35.00  50.00 ���������  225.00 lot  Bertha Fraser  Sam Fraser.  M.McDougalL  M. McCarthy.  Tm���������s.t~~^_.   ���������***-��������������� -wi.  ai'ivanon   tj.Mr.  M. McCarthy,  Ethel E Moore  M. MuDougall.  M.McDougall,  ~~\n B. Staples.  E. M. Telford.  Sam' Fraser.  M. McCarthy.  G. A.Cairieron.  G. Cartwright  143     18.72  146       2.76  130     25,53  Lot 9427  1,6.00       C. Faas..  Lot 9457  15.00       M. Wigen.  LolSSSS  10.00       Reed&Mather  Lot 9555  juxko  LotA  -8  12  n  20  25  26  8.20  9.80  10.03  7.66  k aet.  XMrXAX.  19.70  7.72  6.60  ^^clp^*^feH^&6^-5^e^l3*t%*r^w^^     ";  Jack Smith, who has been visiting  hts sister, Mrs. Sndler. returned to  Coleman on Sundav.. His mother,  Mrs. Smith, remaining here until  Wednesday.  Mr. and Mrs*/ Cooper and son. Allan,  started for Manitoba on Thursday  hutfc, where they expect to remain for  a few weeks. /  Grading work on the new road running from tbe government . road to  Penson's. began on Monday, witb  Matt. Hagen in charge of the work.  Mr. Bachmatt Es ngain in the dtB*  trlct, and is working on his claims.  Uri brothers and their families left  on Thursday for Arrow Park, where  they expect to remain fbr the winter.  It is expected Mrs. K. Uri wilt be at  her home at Burton for some time.  John Bathie, who hns been on jury  duty at Nelson got home at the first  ofthe week.     ...'.>'.������������������  -" Apple picking Ju now oyer, but pricking 3s held up temporarily due to a  shortage of wrapping paper. r,  '  '   ���������������������������������������������' '     ������������������' r-fr'  Canadian Pacific Steamships are  deservedly popular for this trip nnd to1  give extra special accommodation for  thoBC who are going overseas this season, thc Canadian Facile Mail way has  arranged for a special train to connect  with the S.S. "Montcalm" nailing  St. John, Tuesday, December 12th.  Through tourist sleepers will be opcr-  oratcd from Edmonton at 10 p.m.  Thursday, December ?th and from  Calgary at 1.95 u.m. Friday December  8tb,   making    connection    with   KbSw  ]|special train   leaving   Winnipeg  0.20  [a.m, December Ilth.  also able to buy'their amrawRedx^omeis  at the upset figure^-- - > Zi '  In some cases hi-gh-lehongh oprjees  f' were reached. Sam Fraser having- to  bid up to $145-an acre to secure a five-  acre -Tot in'-the Brickson area, wnile  G. Nickel paid $125 an acre for almost  five acres in Lot 67 in the Alice Siding  section, while Frank Simister came  through with $100 an acre to secure  the former Tom Caven place in the  same district.;  Brickson local of the United Farm-  el's secured unopposed a fifth of an  acre at Erickson as a site for the community hall at $40.; J. H. Webster  made a good buy at $800 for the whole  place .when he secured the Noble place,  which has a small orchard planting on  it, besides otherwise partly improved,  the Noble holding adjoining the Web  ster ranch.  Auctioneer Smith is everywhere  complimented on his fairness in  correctly describing the various tracts;  This was particularly noticeable in his  handling of the lands On Goat River  bottom; oh all of these that were  liable to overflow   he quite strongly  Blk 19  Lot B 7.S7  27 6.60  28 6.60  48       10.18..  60 3.50  5.Iot B 9.0&  24  6RAND THEATRE  Saturday, NOVEMBER  4  James Oliver Curwood's  *  The Courage of  M^j^ cl3 ������|*������^j^^    Cf H ff H Q ^^ 0~ ^g^ ^^  -Another wonderful pioture of tho  great northern woods.  ft   real   bear  have one for  ���������Did'you ever   see  flight? , Wa31t %v������  you.  ���������Boo what a man, a  bear and a  j wolf dog oan do to  a .gang of  roughnecks.  ���������Hero is a picture worth   aeeingr.  ���������We run the Picko! ohe Pictures  REGULAR ^ PRICES'  63  203  214  215  67  106.  109  111  116  117  119  119a  120-  7.77  8.14  1.46"  4.23  7.19  &20  4.60  8.17  13.10  3.80  5.21  1.20  6.93  0.79  7.00  50.00  75.00  45.00  30.00  os nn  - ^iva.vtvA.  10.00  20.00  45.00  30.00  45,00  -   10.00 .  50.00  10.00  90.09  10.00  300^>  CO. Rodgers.  G. Hendren.  tPm^vJt     f   rxt-xtr.  Alfred Nelson.  **^������t*������ *������������������ a^-������. ^- <wii������vii  Joy Arrowsth  Alfred kelson.  A. B. JeSeeson.  B. Alderson, who has been here for  some time looking after harvest operations oh his ranch, returned to Hos-  raer on Sunday.  Tom Anderson is looking for a visit  from his father, who is en route home  from eastern points to Victoria, for  the winter. "~  Jack Smith was. a business visitor  at Kitchener a couple of days the latter part of the week.  The rain this week has interfered  somewhat with the vegetable harvest,  which is now In full swing, and most  of the root .crops are turning out  bigger than- expected, one rancher  claiming a yield of carrots that equals  35 tons to the acre*.  Burning operations have been quite  noticeable in this section" this month.  Mr. Kelly is operating extensiyely in  this line on the Hummingbird ranch,  which he lately purchased from B.'  Sinclair Smith.  A number of Alice Siding residents  added to their land holdings at the  government sale of landa at Creston  on Monday, Frank ^Hmister being the  heaviest buyer, securing the former  Tom Caven ranch as well as Lot 111,  'paying? 8100 an acre for the Caven  property.  The Noble ranch, which was included in the land sale, was acquired by  J. H. Webster, while Fred Ash pick-  ���������ttfB T~rxt. TOa     *|09&������Sm*4     af9*!n.-Sna   'finS-TV*   j-***-****.. 4-1, a  Creston side, at ������25 an acre, and G.  Kfcitel put up $125 an acre for the almost five acres in Lot 67.  Mrs.Mal5an*3nBe \  *. A.E. Jefferson.  O. P. Bliss. ���������  And. Johnson.  And. Johnson.  -. Jag. Davis; -  Alf. Nelson.  fe4f*9raneu*r*r- -4  A^C^forti"^  0-������������t,  ;<���������    >z4  "Lot 95$B~  5.00- '    John Moores.  15.00   '-��������� Wm. Burling.  15.00 ._   Wm. Burling.  Lot 9SS4  Reed & Mather, who unfortunately  Lin building their house partly c������  Igoveritnient-owned land, protected  themselves by purchasing another  25;acre tract at the upset price of ������10  A^awre].^:|Ojther buyers, here .-were  Ge������a^-*Ho������^,^cii>K'!":���������fe2ff>- ^nSJv"6ny -  Constablei^    -���������..*������������������  'S"  125.00  25.00  8800 lot  22.00  Sio.oo  50.00  100.00  80.00 lot  10.00  F  G. Nickel.  F. W. Ash.  J. H. Webster.  F._Simister. ,  Guy Constable  Victor Carr,  F. Simister.  F. Simister.  Geo. Hood.  Mr. Smith is remaining here until  today to close up. sale m.itters, and  any of the lands unsold are now open  to purchase . from the government  agent at Nelson.  Mr. and Mrs. Ted Swanson of Pen-  tictnn were here laBt week on a visit  to Mrs. Jack Cameron,   who is a sister  oC Mrs. Swanson.  i- *        "*',-���������  , Mr. and Mrs. Sid McCabe are back  from a two weeks' visit with Spokane  and Portland friends, Sid having a  brother in business at the latter place.  Mn and Mrs. Geo, Manahan of  Cranbrook is here on a visit to . her  parents. Mr. and Min. Goodman.  Frank Banford of Cranbrook was a  Strdar visitor for a few duys the latter  part of the week.  Mrs. Ben Whitesides was at Leth  bridge  for   a   few    days'1   viBit   witb  friends last week.  /*.���������'������������������  Apple shippers this year are com-  plaining loudly about the poor abi-p  ping facllitlefl that prevail. The chief  complaint is in connection with tho lo.  cutlon iit the station and this is ug  grevated by the fact thiit the gate  front the road to the track is so narrow  that a team attached to a load of fruit  cannot get tfirough It and shippers  are conipellCifco band carry every box  from the road <*il������nr aero** nil the  tracks to get to the depot. This in but  another reason why the station should  be moved across the track. Quite large  quantities of vegetables as well as all  kinds of fruit are shipped from here  each year, to say nothing at all ofthe  ordinary traffic that Ss just as b������dly  inconvenienced. Everybody hopes  thhj ycir'i; CI*.II. \.\i.i. ot Mii^u-ii laments will Include the transfer ofthe  Sirdar ntalion.  Gaaar*4~.& &iit&  About two 'dozen Canyon residents  were at Brickson on Saturday night  rfor a post nuptial surprise party that  was ' tendered him by Canyon and  Brickson friends,, and at which Mrs.  Telford was presented with a. pyrex  Casserole. A most enjoyable time was  had until midnight at cards, music  and other amusements, and a very  tasty supper.  A. G. Samuelson is erecting a camp  near the Lyon ranch at which location  he has a pole cutting contract and will  be employing four or five men all  winter.  Canyon City ' Lumber Company  have already about 40 men working at  Camp 3. and from present appearances  th's winter will see them operating on  the most extensive scale for several  years. Lumber movement is quite  good kgain, some of the cars rolling as  far east as New York. The box factory will be through for the season  this week.  The school board is calling for tenders for tbe annual wood supply, as  well as for the mnying of the old furn  Otto and John Johnson have just  closed a winter*- log skidding contract  with Winlaw As Son, and will operate  along the Goat back of the Browell  place.  C. Cleave, who had his leg jammed  by a rolling rock while at forest Are  fighting Inst August Is still under the  doctor's care, and still get* around  with considerable help from ncane.  Mr. Bond of Proctor, who has done  considerable plastering work in the  Valley this nutueucr. hns decided to locate here, and at present occupies thc  house on A. B. Swanson 'a ranch.  H(s wife and family of six cnildren  will Join him Irs u fe*������v"������l������y������.  An excellent spread of good things  to eat. ard a hue concert programme  is assured for the ladies' aid chicken  supper and entertainment at the  schoolhouse to-night.  While thc potato area thia year Is  smaller than lust the total crop will he  .Ail..~'l.l       I������������������ ������.**..        A.        ~~.      Z-*A**,*A*--m*IIA       ������..-  ports  ������  crop that will average eight  jtone to the acre.  *-**;  wrll im:
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riiK mivaw, ci-lkstox. b. c
Ellen was'delighted to hear that 1
had. seen her iirusUious . liarnesake, | -R.-a.ipii and Helen in our
and 1 had to describe him minutely1 ----
for her edification. She speaks very
good English, with a~ pretty accent
that I wish 1 could reproduce in writing.
Front Kllen's Lent we went to the
cottage where lives Mr. Benjamin Little Bear villi Ms -wife, nee Mary Two
Stars. I3oth these young people are
"���ex-pupils" ol" whom the Indian Department    has     every    reason   to  be
i tion, Mr. Livingstone, who had bften
i looking on -with the usual masculine
! assumption of superiority to such
! 1 rifles, evidently thought it was his
; turn.
1 "Let's have the kid a minute.
Mary," lie said. "That's right, young
' lady"���this to the baby, as he trioK=li.er.
' awkwardly���'Tefs see what- you ean
- do in the way of a smile; if you cry,
I'll drop you and run."
"Do  be  caretul  of her back,   Donf
; cautioned Mrs. Bingham.
"Gee, yes!" was the cheerful.reply.
"The young ones get cross-eyed or
bow-legged i�� you don't hold their
backs steady, .don't they, Mary?"
Mary laughed, shyly, and went on
talking wiih Mrs. Bingham, but I observed that she kept one eye on the
baby. That young persons-was hav-
j ing a glorious time trying to .catch
Mr. Livingstone's watch in her-inouth,
as he swung it by the chain just out
oi' hev reach, and flirting shaoielessly
as only a baby can flirt.' i was sorry
when Mrs. Bingham rose to go. 1
was always perfectly foolish" about
babies, and this one is such a -dear. I
wish I could buy or steal her.
The service in the school chapel
was short and simple, as was the Sermon, and admirably fitted to the capacity of rhe children who listened to
il. The singing was very good, and
as we sang the old hymns I longed for
a glimpse of the church at,home, with
\ Father  at  the  desk  and   Mother and
V~3 I-,    V- .~���~*
tug ll- i>c* C j-veu
i pew.
After the service was over, I met all
the staff. The deaconess was very
much in evidence; when not lavishing
her St. Cecilia expression on Mr. Livingstone, she turned il on the doctor,
who does not seem to be of a responsive temperament.. Dr. McMurray is
middle aged, rather distinguished Sn
appearance, and more taciturn than
Mr. Bingham at his worst.
The memory of our drive home
makes me shiver even now. Before
we left the Mission-heavy clouds had
begun  to   pile  up in  the   sky..     Mrs.
is the root pf much weakness and
hinders progress and growth
CoBtS  Future  For  Earth
the "world - fsuEEfnis tonic - food,
is the natural- enemy of malnutrition and weakness.
Scott's three or four times
daily, buildi strength���helps
drive .malnutrition away.      m
Scott & Sowne. Toronto-, Q-nt. 20-08 || ���-
-   \.     :-^a      '     ���   - .
The English walnut is not English
at all but originally came irom
The healthy child sleeps well and
during its waking hours is never cross
but always happy and laughing. It is
only the sickly elrild that is cross and
peevish. Mothers, if your children do
not sleep well; if they are cross and
cry  a_ great   deal,   give   them  Baby's
s*r*oi"i    l?e
well and happy again
1        -
] Major      Marriott    "Predicts    Another
-   Glacial  Epoch- ir��?A.D. 15839
Professors    and    weather    prophets
are -gredicting -great    future    changes
in.    climatic    conditions on our earth.-
As   a   rule   they   wisely   refrain   from
pre'cise  particulars as to when these
changes, will take place.      Major R. A.
Marriott    has   .been    more    definite.
Working   on   the   late   -General   Dray-
eon's theory  of a big  change "In the
inclination of the  earth's axis, "Major
Marriott   tells   us   that   for   the  next
four centuries   the winters  will  grow
progressively     warmer,', until    about
A.D. 2295 the difference between: -ftum-
mer and winter will be least.      Subsequently, however,   the  earth will-get
colder and colder- every year, and instead   of  the     tropical    temperatures
which   some   predict,   another   glacial
epoch is promised by Major Marriott,
the maximum  severity of which will
be felt by the human race���if any are
left on the earth���A.D.15S3S.
HalFs Catarrh Medicine
Unequalled For
suns momiEs
Those who  are  In a   "run down"  con   ,
  _.t:oii   v.""l   Exotics   ths.t   Os.t~y-I-:   fccihcTw '
t~~~x~  ..v..?,-.   xuba.x~.       The Tablets j them"mu% morTttianVhen"tliey are~inj
n     _.iiji    Xxt.x    x-i-rti-rxx.rr^    lovoiio*   E^    health.      This    fact    proves    that-
a    mild    but    thorough    laxative !whUe   catarrh   3a   a  local   disease,   it  is
which regulate the    bowels,    sweeten   greatly influenced  by  constitutional con-
the stomach, "banish constipation, colic   ditlons..       HALL'S    CATARRH - medi*
and indigestion, and   promote   heallh-
Too Short a Time
, Little Bear is a member of "the staff." albeit a humble
���one; he has charge of the gardens and
the livestock.      His    wife    wets    Mrs.
Bingham's maid from the time .-.he I Davidson endeavoured to persuade us
graduated until she married. She is S to" stay ..with hen all night, and when
not pretty according to English slan-l the storm broke,-" while we were still
���Sards-*���is  the   pretty    Indian    givl     a' five miles  from home, I wished with
fui sleep. They are absolutely guaranteed free from opiates and may be
given to the new-born babe with perfect safety. - They are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a
bos from The Dr. Williams' Medicine
Co., Brockville, Ont.
It keeps some men - so busy being
important that they haven't any lime
left to accomplish things.
myth?���but she is-Very neat and capable-looking an,d she is evidently a
model housewife. ~ wish we could
have accepted her invitation'to stay .to
tea���what a lovely story I should have
bad to write to the horue-l'blkj
I am aim os
Bear 1'amilv��� V know "that "��"cannot I eiied> Poor creatures* ��� *I shut my teeth
do her justice.      Helen Little Bear���1 hard and prayed for the ram to begin,
all my heart that we had done so
First came a wind that seemed as if it
would lift us bodily out of our seats,
then sudden darkness, and then blinding flashes of lightning, followed h>
thunder so close that iI. sounded like
ost afraid to alterant to de-. the crashing and splintering of heavj
third member of the Little j timber.      Even the horses were fright-
Flsherman's Friend
The Origtna! and Only Genuine
Sv 4, -.���X~\4~\
called after Mrs. Bingham���is the
most fascinating three-months-old
baby 1 have ever seen. Mrs. Little Bear follows tlie good old Indian
custom and keeps hev small daughter
in*a moss-ba^: which covers her all but
her head.      it  made me think of r.he
thankful in one way for the untimely
darkness that hid my tear. But when
the rain began to fall, it did not bring
the relief that I had hoped for; il
came in torrents, and with such force
that tlie. drops smarted like sleet
! against my face���and still the' thunder
CINE! la a Tonic and acts through tbe
blood upon the mucous surfaces of the
body, thus reducing- tho inflammation and
assisting Nature in restoring normal conditions.
_A.11 Di'Ugrsrists.      Circulars free.
F...J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. -
Walked Two Miles In Sleep
Man    Cycling   Through' Norfolk    Had
Extraordinary. Experiences
An extraordinary case of sleep-walking is' reported from Fleet, Lincolnshire. A Norfolk man was cycling
through the counti> and ai living at
Kolbeck close upon mdinight, was un
able to obtain lodging. Placing his
bicycle against the gate, he lay down
exhausted bs the roadside and went to
On swlikening he comu nut uuu ms
machine He aroused the -village
constable, and learned that he had
walked to Fleet, two miles awav. in his
sleep. The bicycle was later found
where 4ie had left it at Holbeck.
.YjLeL-gA^ii'ci'C'd,   . *r<*     oCC#t.C��I
with assault.���"The most brutal attack. I ever heard of. I've a good
mind to send you to prison for six
The Prisoner.���"You canna dae it.
I told ye, mon, I'm only down to London for the week."���Passing Show
��Id pictures in which the Hqly Child! and lightning continued.       U was  so
dark that, except during the flashes ol;
lightning, I could not see where we j
were.going, and the fear of being lost j
added lo  my already lnirnilia.tj.ng **:er*
is seen ���'wrapped in swaddling
clothes." Wee Helen's morfs-bag is
m;u3e of black velvet gorgeously embroidered and beaded, bur. neither em-,
broiderv nor . b-eads can eompare in! I'-or. We lost no time on the road,
brjglirne.ss-Avirh the ovo black * eves1* and we were at the ford before I real-
that shine unci twinkle above the -/ei-; ized how ^ar ^".e had come. And I
vet. I had forgotten the.ford!
Alter Mrs. Binah.Mm and F had prais-}      -H was dark as the horses felt.th.eii
<-d   th��- babv   io   .hr-  mother's' satis'l'nc-! way   carefully  down   the   bank   to   the
. '��� :     ; edge   of   th'e ��� water;   but   just   as   we
'were   well   into  the   river,   the. wliolc
sky broke into' a blaze,    and    at    the
same  moment came a crash   of thunder  which  was  absolutely  deafening
The    horses    stopped    short    in    the
stream, Sunny began to cry  pitifullv.
and I felt Mr. Livingstone's hand close
lightly over mine.      Of course I tried
instinctLvely   to   pull   my   hand   away,
even although his touch did lessen the
awful feeling that I was alone in the
universe  and at. the mercy of uncontrollable   natural    forces;   but   in   the
deathly    silence  . that    followed    the
thunder   he   said   quietly,   "'That's   all
right.       Sunny   doesn't  like   the   ford
either,   and   1   always   hold  her   hand
while wc cross."      I hardly know how
i we reached this side of tlie river, but
I ns soon as we were out of the water
Mr. Livingstone Iet.fio my  hand.,    II!
i he had continued to hold  it I  should
: have known what, to ilo, but as it was
; l am rather puz/.led.      i hate to have
anyone touch me, .but when he did it
A school garden of Ottawa S. D. No. 2539, near Marcelhi, Sask., is shown in/the above illustration. ' There
are thirty-five plots each 10x18 feet. In planting and caring for this garden both pupils and the teacher -take lhe
greatest pride, and are well rewarded in having created  one of the beauty .spots of the districts.
Backache :�� ��hfr outstanding
fynrptorr. r. kidney disease.
Women oitrn make the mistake oi
attributing other enures and overlook the -cJerarj-Eemcnt of the kiei-
i neyi until <ei-*eu��. developments
h-wt: made it difficult to obtain
permanent relief.
This letlrr point-* to a treatment
which ha* been ~o thoroughly
trier! and proven >o effective in the
great majority of citses that you
c-'ins'Ot afford to ove-rlook k when
1 r;Mi��e nri.r. for it* u-e.
Mr-, Albert Brunei, R.R. No.
1. Ottawa. Ont.. write*:
"1    hnv��!    t~.+i\   Dr.   Cl-.-st'i    Ka<ir)*-y-
Livrr IVlk ((>( tlif fjJfl tuo iikWV.. l.~\ ���
ing \"r~rn jTlii-wd 'vrh V.i��!nry tronlAr. 1
utr.il I'.'.ti i\r-i-xr,f' inn-ic'in* pr*'- iout tt��
���Kii-,,. ivitl'.nnl ,it>->' ftit-fl rr-iiht., A .ll~~.d
��� rir\   ���-   >r    l\.0    Y'lr    <   h~*f'a   K ir lri*-V-l .I*. I- V
Pill*. ~n~\  .Ytr. ir-innrt \.<,~  nnrndr.  mr  i-rl
��   $r><r>l   r.0ii\    l,***'-T
*l>ou��  six   *>r   rivl.ii'
|jlif(r.Iy    ttilient-ri."
Dr. Claa<ef: Kith^y-Liver Pill'.,
on<   In'H   *-    rlr,.r,   2 5c   ��s   box,
<!e,-!ilerf:,    or
, .but wht
d nave bc
! so simply it would have bcen silly for
! me to protest, would it not? . I wish
t I were not. so great a coward where
; water and siorms are concerned;
, compnrlson with Sunny is not vevy
�� flfittefing to my vanity.
| 'The storm oesisert as suddenly as it
;���' began, th^re was no more severe
! r!nin��U-��* und lightnin-p; after w�� crosw-
f-d tIip river, nnd lon^ bel'oro 1 could
sk-cp--F r.osspd in bed for half tho
nighi���iIip fttnrs wcj-r Hhlninp brightly. Verily, this 3s :i marvellous
(Tn ha r.oniinu��<1)
Things  New In
Diamond!   Dyes
1    li-ivr    now
join,  *ntJ  iitrt
F.dmwnwjrj,    fiM.n   f*t
Ct-., lJmite.cP, T-orontft,
Enr;h pju.-kaK* of "Dlantond DycB"
r-r*��ninlns (Hi*(>ciJonR ko simple any woman fun i i.u: ov 15 i-i I   \if-.v "ivorn, .j.J.'.vbhy
*ir<��� >r.r".--, hUlrty., vvwiHts, -coalw, nlock-
Inf.',!*, !iu<a,"i-K, fovcrinnK, drapcri^H^
iKirip-sj-i'.'.*.. t-vf-vyih-j.^, 4*.vt-n It' Hhe bsin
ftt-vf'V ,lr.'it tti'l'tiri-i J11 * ."V "I liaiuoriil.
!>>(:��,"���  ~l,ii    ��>r Ji��.��� I���     j.ilJIl  iilr.il      prjl'l'fli.'l.
!:di..': (I:, i In;- I1; '���(iff Ik"*'\'hj**<"* Dlariionifl
_)\fr. :ii'- WMnritn\4:4-t\ fioi Ui t.por, I'-.HU',
-���irt-nlt rn- ran. THI yeiur (IrufrMrlnt
���\;h*-i!||(!i' Hm nsutfi'Uit  .ou whh  lo dy-i)
.? \'.i,rA tr,   **!U:, (,r *,*-;h'-tli��*r it ii. IIjh-:i,
...'tin.   r,i    tnlAcrf   -."js-rit':.
r health's sake
avoid the use of mealtime beverages which cause disturbance to nerves and digestion, often resulting in sleeplessness,
headache and serious organic troubles,
When tea or coffee disagrees, try Instant Postum, th��
healthful, wholesome drink of tried and proven merit; no
caffeine, no tannin, no harmful'ingredieht whatsoever.
At your Grocer's in seeled. t~ir~tight tins.
;-!ii;*i iii/biU   impur I m!
un- r.i!      in   Kil'l .
lll'llliih    iril)
0mmr ������Ma'^
*4There*$ a Reason"
CMUMutMU roniuMk C^rc��l Ca., I-ldt. 15. From St., H,( Toro-nlc. T->r^ry: Windsor, Ontnrin.
Iwfttii.ru Potetum tr~nx, poat-
l^��Jd(foi <*ci����i��rnpn. Writ*:
I A~,k  .-or  :.-n,nr~i''. ar.d t... U.*  >r,-o in-ihep      j
~m~~mat~~0444 -
_ ���i��A-^team��.**��*��titt***r*^^
i iimmtim
-..tr' it kT-V.il-)!
m w?&ff.  >*~>4UU$~l__y_^-$iMB.  a*1*f1w*f^^  tmtsitit&v+^^f-i-x*.  I  >Y  LP  tTBDE- BEVD&W. CRBSTOX. B. ���������X  CONTAtNSliOAQlK  A Visit to the Old Land  Canadian  Pacific Through Service for  Old  Country Christmas and   N-ew  Year Travel  For the" accommodation of Chrism as  and New Year visitors    to    the    Old  Country, the Canadian Pacific Railway  will  operate   special  tourist   sleepers  You Can Gel: Back  Your Grip On  Health  A statement that  will  be  of muck  concern to thousands of people in Al-  . ���������        t ~-~~���������. berta was made recentlv  bv William  from  Edmonton,   Calgary.   Saskatoon, -Williamson, a  Veteran of Uxe World  MitSCS.e*    Tear   ���������������������������������*   Tinnier.      +^        xi  -._ **u,,u  North-  Moose Jaw and Regina    to    connect S War, residing at 215 Tenth St  Wirh    anamnJ    4-*%a -Im    *.���������������. _m_m.    t������t-     ~   * -~   A.   I  CANADIAN MADE  PURE FOOD  INSURES GOOD HEALTH  MAGIC BAKING POWDER  INSURES PORE FOOD  EW.GUJQBiTT COMEANY^ LIMITED  tonnipeo wscwmixj, CANADA.    MONTREAL  .   Spain Bars Organ Grind*rs  In Spain, street performers on the  ���������guitar are licensed," while organ grinders are rigorously suppressed.  A PITY  ANOTHER HAIR  incir  ������x&\&tJ2__  3 5c "Danderine'' Saves Your  Hair���������Ends  Dandruff!  Delightful Tonic  /  New Process for ExtraG+snj! ������!!  Practical application of a process  for extracting oil from the tar sand  -deposits of Fort McMurray, has now-  been made with a plant, installed by  a company operating in that vicinity.  The tar bed being worked is 150 feet  thick.  with special train from Winnipeg 9.20  a.m. on Saturday, December 9th, operating through to the ship's side at  West St. John, for the sailing of the  S.S. "Montcalm," December 12th.  Special through tourist-sleepers will  also be operated for other December  sailings as - follows r  Por   the   S.S.    "Tunisian" to jLiver  east, Calgary.  "I "believe in giving ever;, thins i(s  due," he continued, "and I want to say  right now that I just can't praise Tan  lac too highly for what it has done i������  my case. - For some time I had been  in a badly run-down condition. I had  I absolutely no appetite and had failed  1  off seventeen pounds in weight.      My  pool, sailing from. St. John, December nerves were all undone. I could not  1st. Through tourist sleepers from get sufficient rest at night and sot up  Calgary, Moose Jaw and Regina, No-j mornings'feeling  as   tired as when J  .Only fools let hair fall-out and dandruff stay. Neglect means a bald  apot shortly. A little "Danderine"  now will save your hair. This delightful tonic cleans the scalp of every  particle of dandruff; tightens the'1 hair-  root pores, so the hair stops coming  out - and so the vitalizing oils, which  are" the very life and strength of the  hair, cannot ooze away.  ^Danderine Is not sticky pr greasy.  It'has. made weak, sick, neglected hair  strong and healthy for millions of men  and- women. Your 'comb or brush is  warning you, Hurry to any drug  store and get a bottle now.. Don't  wait!  Japan prefers Pacific- coast cedar  foi* interior house construction.  A Pole still living at the age of 132,  claims to be . the only survivor of  Napoleon's armies.  The Department of Customs and  Excise has ruled maple syrup to be  exempt - from -the sales tax, as  "molasses.  The French Government will protest against the ruling with xegard to  prohibiting liquors on foreign vessels  in3ide United States territorial waters.  Premier Drury is quoted as saying  that the Ontario-Government has ordered 150,000 feet .of lumber already to  aid refugees of Northern Ontario fires  to build homes, and. would order a  million feet if necessary.  John Henry Grady, native of Nova  Scotia  and a  veteran of.".'three  wars,  died recently In Vancouver aged 77. reaen it. rou can keep free from  He served in the Fenian Raids, in the ! coughs^ colds, bronchitis and the like  -Riel Rebellion and In-'the World War,"] ty ufsing Catarrhozone.     Two months'  Heals Inflamed Nostrils,  Slaps Catarrhal Discharge,  Relieves Colds Quickly  ���������������������������    ��������� tm _   ,  You'll be pleasantly surprised at the  quick action Catarrhozone has upon  Catarrhal conditions in tfeje nose or  throat. ,It is so soothing, so healing,  so agreeable to use, so safe and reliable that thousands praise it and use  it everyday. No nasty medicine to  take���������you just breathe in the balsamic  vapor, the healing-essences of Catarrhozone and feel better at once. Catarrhozone is breathed through the Inhaler into every air cell in the lungs,  into every.,air passage in the throat  and nostrils. No matter where the  cold or Catarrh is, Catarrhozone will  reach it.      You can keep  the latter as a troop escort.      He has  lived in British Columbia 34 years.  .. Japan   has   decided Jj~*   restore   the  lease  held of Kia Chow to China on  December. 2.     '"On that date Japanese .  troops -will   withdraw-  civil  and  mili-"{  tary  authority in the- Kia  Chow district,   which will  be   handed  over  to  China,   and   the   Chinese   flag  will   be.  hoisted   for the first  time since  Ge  many acquired the teri'ltorjTin. 189S.  _        .  ~xm~-. ~--vV\J     XAtVAl- _*lf-  treatment One Dollar, small size 50c.  Dealers everywhere, or the Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  "It is the mark of a superior mind  to understand and be influenced by the  superiority of others.'  ���������-, The Poor Man's Friend.���������Put up in  small bottles that are easily portable  and spld for a yery small sum. Dr.  Thomas'rEclectric Oil possesses power  in concentrated form. Its cheapness  and the varied uses to which. it can  be put.;make": Jt* the poor man's friend.  No dealer's stock is complete without  -it.   ' ,**  -^  Constantinople Ignores Mail  In Constantinople itris impossible to  communicate .with anyone by mail.  Instead, it is-necessary to send a servant with the' message or jgo one's  self to -make "the communication in  person.  vember 27th, .and from Winnipeg; No- j  vember 28th.  For the S.S. "Victorian" to Glasgow  sailing from St. John, December 7th.  Through tourist sleepers from Gal-  gary, Moose Jaw and Regina, December 3rd, and from Winnipeg, December  4th.  For the'S.S: "Melita"^ to Southampton, sailing from St. "John, December  9th. Through tourist sleepers from  Calgary, Moose. Jaw and Regina, December 5th, and from Winnipeg. December 6th.  For the S.S. "Montcalm" to Liver-,  pool, sailing from St. John, December]  12th. Through tourist sleepers lroni  Edmonton, December 7th; Saskatoon,  De'cember 8th; Calgary,' Moose Jaw  and Regina, December 8th, connecting with special train from Winnipeg  9.20 a.m.,   Saturday, December  9th.  went to bed. I was-also bothered a  great deal with rheumatism ������n my  legs and ankles, which would often  get so stiff and sore I could not walk  without great pain.  "So much was being said in the  papers about Tanlac thai? I- went to a  druggist friend for advice. He assured me that Tanlac was good, so I "began using, it-and soon found myself  wonderfully ^improved. After taking  a few bottles my troubles all disappeared and I found ihad regained fit-  teen pounds of my lost weight. I am  now enjoying splendid health and do  not hesitate to recommend Tanlac to  anyone.'"  Tanlac is sold by all good druggists.  Alt IS .J. ��������� J-��������� rm.   1 *    ; "'.. ,.*tf*W :.,..  For years Mother Graves's Worm  Exterminator has ranked as a reliable  worm preparation and ^.always main:  tains Its reputation.''...''  Cascarets" 10c  Best   Bowel   Laxative  ...When   Bilious,  Constipated  iSweetett  Do scribed  "I met a woman named Brown yesterday and wondered if she was your  wife. N I don't know Mrs. Brown���������  what is she like?"  "She's a woman  of fifty who does  not  look  moro  than   forty,  imagines  she  looks  only  thirty,  dresses as  If,  she were- twenty and_ talks as If she  were ���������.ten."���������Boston Transcript.  To clean out your bowels. without  cramping or overacting, take Caa-  earets. 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. TaRte Hke  candy.  gow, sailing from St. John, December  15th. Through-tourist sleepers from  Calgary, Moose Jaw and Regina, De-.  cember, Ilth, from Winnipeg, December 12th.  This service will enable Those desiring to visit the Old Country, a direct  though service on the Canadian Pacifier eliminating the changing of trains  and transfers.  Any Canadian Pacific Agent will  gladly furnish particulars of sailings,  rates, etc., obtain passports and arrange reservations on through  sleepers.  ��������� "* Good-bye Asthma. * Persons suffer-  J ing from that extremely trying trouble  known as asthma know what It is to  long with all their hearts for escape  -as from a tyrant. Never do they  know when an attack may come and  they know that to struggle unaided is  vain. With Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy at hand,''however," ��������� they  can say good-bye to their enemy and  enjoy life again.  ���������-..* It helps at once.  " Roller  Bearings for Trains  Successful roller bearings for trains,  for a long time a dream of engineers,  seem to have been produced in England. One man pushed with ease a  twenty-seven ton coach equipped with  the new bearings, whereas it had .t-t~~-  en seven men to push it without the  bearings. It is expected that "Hhe  saving in fuel will be about thirty p������r  cent.  The Chinese objected to railway'  building because white men went  through their cemeteries   with   their  surveys and roads,  The Oil for'the'-Farmer.���������A bottle  of Dr. Thomas' Ecletrlc Oil in the  farm house will save many a journey  for the doctor. It !s not only good  for" th$ children when taken with colds  and croup, and for tlie mature who  suffer from pains and aches, but there  are directions for its use on sick cat-j  tie. Therp should always be a bottle]  of it in the housc.  Hard to Understand  When one reflects that a savage  Isn't required to wear a saw-edged  collar,Jtt is rather difficult to understand Vhat makes him savage.���������-Birmingham News.  tBBtt ^~W *at* vi^Wi wSm sMJr    *       ^Mt*%rf* ,fl fl, ^,^y  Wk.2Wr  p     HFW, MM. JN H     P  'JW  w������mmM.-t_  Ail^^HffiW(Ot. -  The.[^^Me^.^^ tlie  .'.    zzzf^zy^: ������������������  y '  WfcW    .       , m    '* '��������� '*������wW   ' :*,'������������������ mm  * nwittirc t������* umarAojttar in ������very pAoUegez  Few Weoroes Have Cancer  Where r**the percentage of negro  population Isj highest, the cancer  death rate Is lowest.  Cfcaa-a  You are not  experiment-  i-~*B   when  * you  use I>r.  ,-.-- ,,. Cliaae'a Oint-  si ent, tor Eorema %xA   Skin   Irrlta-  Uojis.' ���������Jf relieves st onea and cradu-  mllv bells thABkln.          "  'm Hyuttaspnt tree ll  Sample box Dr.  you mention thia  Minard's Liniment used by Physician-a  ^ ���������1 HNM.WI   it,-mlm0^..mammia0���������m<tl,m -* .J   ���������  ';.���������;.'���������   SomethlnaWwifl    Zj(p  Another  one  of  thoae "thln^"[ithiit  make    you    wonder * ia pepnlfl wjm-|  plaining that they can't get jobs sulci,  farmers  complaining that they enni't  get help.���������Winnipeg Free Stress.  ^. _���������~ ���������.. -~m.0~���������>.0r..m    m.mv.    ..     jvrv,    ���������HVII'MVll *UIU  paper ami s������nct 20. stamp lor postage  ���������oc. a  mi; olldeatora or JKdnumaon, Bales Jb Oo-.  MONEY ORDERS  *&i  mmemm  The    ease   with   which corns and  wurtn can be re-moved by Holloway'o  Corn Hemover ia H������ strongest recom-  rnendutjou.      11 utMom UrnUa.  Open For QratlnQ  Tha Saskatchewan Government hau  completed ita rtrrangeinenta with tltu  Federal huthorlSiea for lakln* over  t,ho Matador ranch nnd operuting It  for community pasturage. A portIor^L|, ,v, w  bt the ranch wlH:l������e uh#������1 ifor Mm^i^'f*^1  .,  --^ ~ *��������� -; r���������0~~m���������0lfmr~r~~.  Dominion  j������x)fr&it   Money   Order������ ,Znm ���������*  ���������ale In:'fi'ke tbou������a-nd -oflicci Uir������u|>lH������Mt C*������v  *ada.*(   **. '���������.'   -..-    tr ���������  ���������  *��������� ������������������"Il     ^     ��������� '������������������'������������������'������������:"<'i������' ��������� ���������������������������**���������ffS'-'J*  ,.',"^  Tke "Hone  Comfortir HANGS  !!���������   now  soldi   t*  taa  niar  ilraot  from   our  factory.  Thoutanfla  of Vb~~~ Itanr** --  -*-  <������v������r *���������  iraars ~Jt- attlt go������l Ilanraa,  lUaalra far avanr Horn* Oawf ort Sang* nud������  ���������tnce Iff4 ������ulc3dy raiiyUadl.  *S3i������W*fouclii'������aon fijoajfo do ol -Oanmila^  -vAlmil-adl  149 tCL-M ������.--Tifgg;V * ~WS~tito0  V        1*404"  t) .Jt 1. J**'  1ir.  ty 8ras������lA|r-4hN ^timing winter.  ���������^fj)^#;#pi   SB.-'OH^  DMBAajp  UmtTt^'-Vmtsrii  .". .tMAtyi-mittgk  Au&ltor  ���������������  H- mm  H*tS'IH I  CO.. INC, l_  "~*~  mmmmmamammSr  Kw-p MktwirdV Un.mt.rit in the HOu������������  Mu'i-^y-iy '���������-������������������'i-J:,.>--'r-.--yy-LyZ'-yy  ***'       A  i������!rf^*fe*(*t)'^*^*������ffi>l*;ai'^^-^^%^*il<'(!l**::W%--' ~.l-~~Vt'r~0~.  Z.TZZ2-^~~&4f~JIV~viJr.r.t\ v~r^~i.  K.^sa^wvrf:i*SS&!a:'itS*,S  ~muJM4ttir9&T!SRl&*t0i*Vt*J!ti'"bxr.~ ' "     ti.'  ,-s^**h*B*rf***5.^������������^^s,**^as^^  ~j&t*sm~-i*-~*  THE  CRESTON  REVIEW  ������  ������1 sepsis sf      ^  land Aet Amendments  afftntmnm nriee of flrst-clasa land  reduced to $6 an acre; second-clan tc  92.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with -Joint residence, but each making  necessary Improvements on respective  claims. fe  . Rre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and make Improvements to  value of $10 per acre, Including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown 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  granted intermediate certificate of Improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence tney.,be issued, provided app'S-  cant makes Improvements to extent of  9300 per annum: and reccrda same each  year. Failure to make Improvements  ���������or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained In  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre. Including 5 acres  cleared, and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required. A  Pre-emptor , holding -Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, lf he  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted^land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 80  acres, may be leased as homesltes;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and. Improvement conditions.  For 'grazing and Industrial purposes  areas exceeding ��������� 640 acres may be  leased by one person or company. -^  :Mui, factory or industrial sites on  timber, land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of stunspage.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  oy 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.  PR E-EMPTORS'      FREE      GRANTS  A ACT.  The ppope of this Aet is enlarged to  include ail persons Joining -Mid serving with His MaJ&gtys Forces. The  time within which the heirs or deviates  of a deceased pre-emptor may annlv  for title under this Act is extended  from for one year from the death of  such person, as formerly, until one  year af ter.-.the conclusion of the present  war. This privilege Its also m~_t_m -������.  troactive. ~  ~a.."  No fees relating to pre-emptions are  due or payableThy soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 26. 1818  Taxes are remitted for five years.  Provision for return of moneys ac-  crH22'."ua an<1 heen paid since August  +, 1314, on account ������f payments, fees  or taxes on soldlAnii ra������-;������>i~t<-^>;=   ^^  interest on agreements to purchase  VS?0*0-?. cMy ,ots held by .members of  Allied Forces.or dependents, acquired  direct or Indirect, remitted from en-  Ustment to Ma-roii   Gus Charleson, who has heen work  ing at Lumberton for some time past,  has shifted t-o tfee OoDfelnenfc&l mine at������  Porthiil, in order to be handier to the  family here.  Rev. H. Varley of Creston was here  on Sunday morning fo������ the usual  monthly Church of England seryice at  the schoolhouse* "'  Fred Weston makes the round trip  daily to Erickson at present, -where he  is working in the Union packing'shed..  Col. Fred Lister -will be? leaying at  the end of the week for Victoria, to  attend tbe session of the legislature  which opens on the 31st.  The whist feature of Saturday  night's engagement at the schoolhouse  failed to materialize, but all present  had a fine tiesse at the "dance -whicih  took all the evening, with A. H. Bexn-.  hard in charge of the floor. Miss  Hardisty was winner of the bos .of  chocclates which featured a drawing  contest  An entertainment and dance will he  held in the Lister school on halloweVn,  and Tmsmi  B. Jt -  -  - ��������� - ��������� *  J3������sc r#succsr������us������a  X_-- J~ -ml . tm  I-fr-3f������U9*9   tW~-f~0  D _~tmt_0  ^row-srgesa  fi*Oartg~t*i  W. RYCK  ston  i������s*cSu������iye Oct.  ttt ..������-  ��������� X       O  aa.at*.       x-exxt���������t���������  querade dress,is optional. Admission,  gentlemen 50c. Everybody welcome.  Proceeds to go toward funds for chil-  -dren's Christjxtas tree entertainment.  Some ti tne. later the children ave to  have a sale of work, the proceeds from  which will be used to finance the usual  Christmas tree'and entertainment for  all the children in tbe area.  A considerable spell of. wet weather  is desired befor the freeze up as quite  a number of the wells in the area are  showing signs of going dry already.  HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on'Tuesday, the 7th day of November, 1922, at the hour of 10 a'-m.. at  the Courtlious*, Nelson,"B.C., I shall offer/For sale at public auction the mineral claims in the list  hereinafter set ont, <if tlie personr iii said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said  persons on the 30th day of June, 1922, and for costs and expenses, if the total amount dae ,is  not sooner paid.'i.,Z  i~-.Z-~Z. k ' '  The  Oollectcsr wi!! be  please*^  io receive .'V.ny.^srcForrh&t:  was a. meniher-qf the Allied Forces aud entitled  to  Amendment Act; 1918." ..:"������������������' ..:.���������.-?Z'  *��������� / V*k VS-5-  vac  specbtui-g  the benefits of  Section 29 off tbe "Taxation Act  *v aa*>w-a. ~-*t      wa������ \_*     %*-*��������� *.** mmt^������  LIS r OF   PROPERTIES   ��������� :        .. *. ���������. : jt���������* :���������������������������-������������������: ��������� .  '   '  _  MEt^ON 4iININ*C5 DIVISION  .j  Name of Owner  Name of Claim  Lot No.  Taxes   a_  Costs      Total  Eureka Copper Mines Ltd. . ......z...   Alhambra Frac  Matthew, G. et al'.���������.!���������..., PL    Alma iN.   ...........  Agness    '.Z  SUB-PURCHASERS  OF  fc LANDS.  Provision    made    for  CROWN  iBsuaaee  Crown  grants to  sub-purchasers  of  Crown Lands, acquirfn^riarfa^'from  purchasers who failed to complete  purchase. Involving forfeiture, on ful-  ailment of conditions of purchase, interest and tazee<-:. fWherasab-p-urtehas-'  ers do not claim whole of original _ts_r-  cel, purohaae price due and taxes mu  oe distributed proportionately over  whole area. Applications must be  made by May 1. 1820.  ORAZINO. *  araalnr Act, 1819. for systematic  development of livestock Industry -nro-  -rldes for graning districts and ranse  administration under Commissioner-  Annual graslt-iff permits Issued based  on numbers ranged; priority for established owners. Stock-owners may  Conn Associations for range mann������e-  me-nt. Free, or partially free, permtta  Cor settlers, campers or travellers, up  Queen O' the Turf  "Queen o' the Turf" is a romance of  the racecourse. , If' is peopled by a  fascinating group of characters whose  experience have been woven into a  turf drama tHat recalls the memorable  "Checkers," the grand old story of  the turf that thrilled the whole world  more than a decade ago. It is the at  traction at the Grand, Saturday, Oct  28tb. .        ���������     ; Zm  The outstanding scene,  among sev"  eral of undoubted dramatic value, is  the ra������ e  episode in which two sleek  thoroughbreds outdistance a   field   of  sprinters arid   finish   in   an   absolute  dead hestt.    The frenzy; of the spectat-  oi-s S-^ ho"3jattf^ the- - towering   grahd^  stands, the   BEiilling   throngs   in   the  betting ring where thousands of dcill'  ars change hands, the paddock where  the horses are given their  last minute  preparation   for   the   big   event   and  many other scenes   gives,  a   note   of  realism to the   production   that   wil  thrill even the most calloused of race  goers.  Walsh������-E. {Estate of) & Connolly, W...  KlV6l|     *������J ���������     m\i-     ..���������^.....������������������.���������....l   ftlW   "Iff U   0 X\im a--������*B*.k.������a.B.*v'B'>*<_H**H'B*-B-BBa.*Ma-a-B������'B<M������-h*B������������������--i*������  Eureka Copper Mines--.Litd.:-..-.i... ,,..-..  Ainsworth, E. D. .'.     Trail Creek Hidden Treasure G;M. Co.  Baltimore <3o M. & ZD. Co L.:..  Blue Stone .....   Black, Stone   .....  Champion  ............  Copper  King   .  Courtiand '..:   Copper! Queen ..;  Wragge, B. C. ���������:.��������� .���������  .���������.J.;..i.   Cumberland  Hats  Mrs. M.  remodelled  Young.  and   done   over  Teach the Children  Teach yctsr children to-������save their money.   Start the  hoy with a savinga bank account, and encourage him  t   -* by p^p^.S^'nentiner every fifty cents he saves, with  another fifty from your own pocket.  AU patrons, large or small, are assured courteous  jsssrlce in every nrandi of this nanls.  IIVIPERIAJ-   BANK  Flumerfelt, A*. C. ..-.1..;.......^ .. .  Flumerfelt, A." C .......Zii. .....    W F<l������g6} " * *J1*������ \mJ.        '���������-���������������������������������--*--*������*������������������������.-*k-������.*.������*.������'*^.������������������.������������������������.������������������������.������������������.-���������--  T-H Ji - *������V !���������_��������� .'-.'. v  i^V^AV 4<*5A   y *[<Lr t.l,<*i.....������������H.������-iv>-������������������iaH������l mattrmmmmmmmmmmmm  Eureka Copper Mines Ltd. ..: .....y.  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Grand  HJnion .   Humming .Bird  .  Hungry   Man; '...-.  idia b. ���������..������...���������:  Leo -...,Z.^..0..0. ���������_   Morning   Norah  ..........  Qro Fino .........   Co    Planet    .'. ........  ���������/  '"*???.""-"-.'*���������  4651  9174  6060  9054 .  9055  4648  41?  3^436  904  2012  2013  4206  5152  5552  103  5433  5531  1845A  f245f  12458   :,  2467  3428  - 4&8S  24������r  4365  104  55S0  2011  903  11745  11746  2469  S435  Sheep Creek Bonanza Mining Co.  .Planet No. 2 .....'...���������..  . -_.j-J.~i:.....   Relief Mines Ltd.������������������������������������-.   ;.   Reliet Frac ���������..���������.....,,.'...............;.........  Trail Creek Hidden Treasure Co    Rockford  .. .. ........:   Relief Mines Ltd. ...Z. ....;.    Second Relief  '....Z.-Z.Z ..' !......  2463  French, ^T.. R.   - .:... Z./Z Shenango  .................��������� .*. .   4758  Relief Mines Ltd. .-...   Star- Shine .'..*.���������  2466  Desharnais N. & Doyer, J. & T.    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Bryan  .'.: ;  8434  $ 1.25  10.50  6.50  13.00  13.-0O  12.75  3.25  10.00  ~������~.&  ���������5-25  13.00  1.25  5.^5  -l-l Art  -*������������-*������rw  13.00  5^5^  11.50^  10.25  11:75  11.75  -*������������������ 4,75  10.75  $.25  ��������� "7.50 *  " 13:*&  13:00  4S[5  10.25  9:75  4.00  8^5  7.00  '  1^0..  12.75  10.75  17.6ft.-  7.50  11.25  9.00  13.00  13.00  11.76  4.25  6.25  8.25  .  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  ax-ftm  a.xo--  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  i]76  3^6  3.76  ^5  S.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.f6  3^76  3.^5  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.76  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75--:  3.7^  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.76  3,75  3,75  3.76  3.76  9 6.00  14.25  10.25  16.75  16.75  16.50  7.00  13.75  ntw-'-'M-mt  9.0ft>^  16.75���������  5.00  9.00  14.75  16.^5  9.00  15i25  14.00  iB.60  15^50 *  .:��������� "'^8-..'������������������  14&0  10.00  11.25  U6?5;  ��������� --16*75  8.50  _ 14.00  13.50  7;75  1^0  10.75  C75  1������;50  :    14.50  20,75  1L26  ISiOO  12.7,5  16.75  16.715  15.60  8.00  9.00  -    12.06  Lit "'���������''  TRAIL GREEK MINING DIVISION  Name off Owner  Name-of Claim  Lot No.   Taxes    Coots      Total  C. W. ALLAN,  OT CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH,  Manager.  at*  tmm  The Best Way  ,.' ���������^���������'���������'fjMl*  DON'T risk Iom by encloslns cnin  in. your lettcra.  You will find the  fcloiticsy Oi'illee������) is&iaed by thSs Bank a  t~ufc tmd co~xve~~i4.~\t way ol paylnat  ���������your ouoof-town uccoutkte.  Ou* Teller can Issue them without delay at th*  mmm ocm mm Vot~t CK&tu. or VLxpt*** Otduue.  WB WELCOME YOUR BUSINESS  ������ft  THE CANADIAN BANK  C~V rOMMFRfF  PAT0~UP CAPITAL       -        *        $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND -        -        $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH, C C* Bmum, Ma������agef,  Forteath, S .......;...    Abbacoirne Fmetion    1860 2.00 3.75 5.";5  Libby, H. F. & Simmons V. C    Alice L Z.     4331 .JI0.26 3.75 14.00  McCraney,  H. P    Big Chief No. 2 ................X.....:     1284 11.50 *.75 15.25  Abbott, J. L. Cr.    C, and  C. ; :.      -992 3.25 3.76 7.00  Roaaland Kootenay Mg. Co ,.   Columbia       694 4.00 3.75 7.75  Roat, J. R. ,.  Comatock     5864 11.75 8.75 15.50  Rossland Kootenay Mg. Co.    Copper Jack     1185 .5.25 3.75  ' 9.00  Campbell, A. B. et al    Gem .....884 9.50 3.76 .13.25  Kolborgall, Albert    aiendale ���������..:.. 11187 6.25  t . 8.75 10.00  Rossland Kootenay Mg. Co    Golden Chariot  ZZ :.....      601 11.60 8.75 16.25  Jtoosland Kootenay Mg. Co.    Great Western      692 3.25 3.76 7.00  Forteath S., & Barnes, J    HeatherbeH    '.     1499 9.60 3.75 13.25  Williams, S. L    Hiehland :.'    1049 12.75 *v 3.75 l<~.tib  Nelbergall, A   Independent  11130 12.75 3.75 16.5ft  Inland Empire M. & Mg, Co. Ltd    Inland   Empire     8880 18.00 3.75 18.75  Nelbergall, A. ......:    Inland Frac  11150 .50 3^5 4.25  Rossland Kootenay Mg. Co., Ltd.     Kootenay....      687 5.2B 8.75.. 9.00  RoBBland Kootonay Mg. Co., Ltd    Kootonay Frac    1198 .25 . 8,75 4.00  Coffey, T. J. et al     Last Chance ,.      988 7.75 8.76 , 11.50  rcrlmondBon, T. M.    Lightfoot  f :.     8887 2.25 "8.76 6.08  Fortfeath  S.  & J. Barnes    Livingston������        1500 2.50 8.76 $.25  Robinson, C. H. & Por lb, L. BJ   Lon*> Star      4675 12.00 8.76 15.75  Coffey, T. J. et al    Mammoth   .-.      985 6.25 3.75 9.00  Gault C. ~~\ ',   Mascot      134d:. 1^00 3,75 14.75  UoBaland Kootenay Me. Co., Ltd. ......   Nickel Plato      537 4.76 3.76 8.50  Rossland Kootenay Mg. Co., Ltd    Ore-or-no������go   ���������      696 .56 3.76 4.25  Nolborgall, A .'    Baglnavr    .���������...:   r     3879 18,00         3.76 16.76  Inland Empire M. & Mk. Co,    Snglnaw Frnc '.    8881 8.50         8 76 7,25  Johuuou, IB. ot al     St. Lawrence'     1107 7.76         3.76 11.50  Coffey, T. J, ot al     Tiger      920 6.75         8.76 10.60  RoHUland Kootenay Mg, Co., Ltd.     Tip Top ,...     798 9.00         8.75 12.75  Coatello. W. 13 -.���������..   Trilby -.    1626 12.00 8.76 15.75  Coffey, T, J, et al  'Uncle Rrtni : ,      988 P.30 '3.7B 12.25  Cameron. T. H. &. McCrea, W. S   VfltEpe     4016 11.75         5UB 36.B0  Nleborgttir, A   Washington  11188 13.00 <������.7G 16.75  Siftc^BJBSiawweW*1^  .. -rn j.f.0.0j.r~���������-^^^.^^^.^^^^^^.^.^.-^yj-jfl,-,-^ -iQifurjLijjiL  #'**8jiJ4**������������*n  Untetl at woiiion, tm. <.. tain vth day ot -Ocut-ober, 1922,  I-I. It, TOWNSEND,  Provincial Collector,  . i��������� ���������    4   ������ <***-*i*0aa**ii.'iiiii.*tMmmMM*~~mia~mm~mmm rr-  THE  CRESTON  BEVIEW  /t-p  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : 92.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  i  C. P. Hayes, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON. B.C., FRIDAY. OCT. 27  Honor the Occasion  Definite .announcement is made  that the Valley's soldiers* memorial at Creston will be nn veiled on  Armistice Day, Saturday, Novem  ber Ilth. Arrangements are now  going forward to make the day one  to be remembered, and young/and  old alike, are asked to make every  possible effort to be present on that  occasion���������and to be early.  'The co-operation of outside  school districts is .sought" to the end  that all the children of the Valley  may take part in the vocal exercises and eii in&sse occupy the  space that is being reserved for  them. There will be a military  Darade and the hs:***!? is slr-s-sd" in  shape to handle their part of the  cefemony in first-class fashion,  while the unveiling address lias  been entrusted * to. a competent  speaker.  Don't let   possible   disagreeable  weather keep j'ou act home.    When.  the boys went   away   the elements  never prevented   us turning out in  hundreds to   wish them godspeed.  In paying  our last tribute  of re  spect to those fallen we  should all  be even mure weatherproof.  for prizes alone,  to say nothing at  all of operating expense.  This year a wet faif day cut the  gate intake almost in hair, and it is  to make good the deficit the  weather man is directly responsible  for^that the raffle  is undertaken.  Everybody realizes the very useful purpose the fall fair serves;  Encourjyje tbevdirectors to continue and improve their good work by  seeing to it, that they have sufficient  revenue to meet all their " bills.  Buy-' at least a raffie ticket each for  yourself and wife���������aud as many  more as you#finances will  permit.  ~\3~e who contributes to a good  cause lendejh to the L-ord, and He  will repay.  In quitting, as head of railway  affairs the premier has made a  moye that wil) nofe come as a surprise to those who take even a casual interest in matters political.  To, remain-with the  department,  and devote t6   it   all the attention  requisite for its   semi successful administration at best, would take up.  altogether too much  time for a less]  aofiafa    lai>J������.    a-Xx ��������� ���������     TV������"_    a~xs:���������~���������   x-,  Bay a Tag  Parents and others resident in  the Greston school district are^Sc-  pected to be in generous humor for  the- nest few days. ; The local  scholars are launching a drive by  way of the sale of tags for the purpose of raising funds to .purchase  on������ of .-ths -.bronze wreaks-*%that.  will adorn the peak of the, soldiers  monument. -'ZZtf.Z-?  Some months ago the Sirdar  youngsters accounted for a don  ation at over $50 to this cause, and  the other Valley schools have also  done their bit in a more or less  creditable manner.  With an enrollment of well over  200 scholars and parents in due  proportion-���������and remembering that  the monument has been erected in  Creston���������the youngsters are fit  least hoping to equal Sirdar's  showing, whilst every dollar over  that total oan be. used to good advantage by the memorial committee.     (  Everybody do the very best they  oan; the youngsters, at any rate,  won't bother you again  Christmas.  Three Good Friends Gone  until  Fair Needs $150  To enable the directors of Creston Valley's 1922 fall fair close the  year with a balance on the credit  side at least $150 of additional  revenue is required, and to secure  this amount tickets are now on  sale on a raffle of a Singer sewing  machine, the drawing for which  will take place tomorrow night.  Tho maohino io a now one and  sells in the regular way at not less  than $90. The generonity of Mr.  Powell, tho Singer agent, in coming to the resouo of Creston's fall  fair in suoh tangible fashion, is  certainly appreciated, and it m to  bo hoped Valley citizens generally  will copy his splendid example by  buying ^eucrouely oi tlio raffle  tickets.  With tho exception of a very  small government grant the local  fall fair depends abwolutely on tho  gate receipts nnd each-contributions  as its finance-committee can rustle  to rn.it *ov<?r asi esshsbsii'OTi that  offers over  JJM00  of its own funds  In the departure this month of  Mr. and Mrs. H. ~~f. Downs and  M.v. A. 1*1. Swanson Creston has  taken leave of a trio of citizens  whpse going is. deserving of more  than pa-ssir*��������� ���������**ent:on.  To Mrs. Downs muse go full  measure of credit for the establishment of the Valley's Women's Institute, which she headed as president for the first two years of its  existence, as well as being an active  and accomplished worker particularly in the musical features of  Creston's social lifq.  While not so   prominent possibly  in   the   community   life as his life  partner, Mr. Downs was -'none'the  less highly respected.    A thoroughly practical horticulturist' himself,  no greater pleasure   could - be   his  than    unostententatiously   lending  what assistance he   cculd to prom-  otelh every  direction the   best interests  of   th at   indu stry^ and the  while enjoying the esteem   and respect of a very much wider   circle  of friends than himself   was pobab  ly aware of.  . Mr. Downs will for many   years  be remembered in Crest-on   diie^to  his   efficient   work;   iii   connection  with the ���������soldiers'   monument,   of  which he is   the   designer,   besides  voluntarily   contributing the lime  and effort necessary   to supervising  the erection of this  fitting memor  ial to those who fought  ar.d fell in  the great war. -.-���������'.���������.  While at times tempramental, it  can be well said that Mr. .Swan-  son's heart was in the right place,  and particularly when anything  was afoot for the betterment of  community conditions in any dir-.  eotion. He "was prominent in  United Former circles, -an active  and useful member* of the board of  trade, whilst in sports of all sorts  he was even more prominent.  As the head of a likable family  the Review knows of no one who  hns played their part more creditably than Mr. Swanson and his estimable wife, and certainly Creston  is the poorer for their leaving.  With a very genuine happy to  meet, sorry to part, happy to meet  again, ia coupled the hope that the  departing friends will in theirnew  homes be the same useful and respected oitizenB that we an Creston  will always recall them.  but if the enthusiasm and unanimity manifest at the Nelson.gath  ering is any criterion it seems safe  to predict that the good deeds o  the government are not going to be  obscured by ' an unfriendly press  and the oratory of opposition critics���������not if Liberal platform effort  can. save the day.  .. As to_ the department of railways if Hon. Mr. MacLean shows  ability equal to that displayed hi  his handling'of educational affairs  the province should be the better  for the change and the party prospects of continuing in power in  good measure improved.  tAXIX^rt���������.  .-.mid  4.1   VM.tC.ZS.  Mr. Oliver to  give to departmental effort at. a.  juncture when the best interests of  the party, necessitates his being  abroad in the land, rather than  more or less .permanently located  at the capital/  In addition ta an unsympathetic  daily press, opposition leader Bowser has just recently . announced  that he has quit his law practice,  and in future will devote all his  time and energy to spreading the  Tory political gospel.  The one man who can circum  vent the arguments and devices of  Mr. Bowser is Premier Oliver, and  in those constituencies that are  repl-esenied by opposition members  the recent convention at Nelson  made it abundantly clear to'the administration that both in the way  of education and organization no  time could safely he lost in starting  an old time revival amongst the  Liberal rank and tile.  Just how great the ministerial  offensive will be remains to be seen,  Try the Drugstore First  FREE-  I  In order to fully introduce Palmolive 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  ���������������,      - -  Palmolive Soap, Talcum Powder  Shaving Soan  avitiff f^-reaim  -I "- U  Palmolive Soap is too well known that it  needs  no  - recommendation, and you Will find alL the other  Palmolive lines equally satisfactory.  TIE-OATWAY, Ll  .  Mail Orders <&  Specialty*  Phone Service  Prompt Attention  Is there stiry  iii  the  i  ������������������������_������������������ ^IC!.    XT  This is the. first question that presents itself  fco tbe housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meat. But why  worry?  Shamrtfek Brand  Hants ai~~j������-Bc~edn  Finest  Qu&lity  . Cooked'Ham  Luhch Meat  Bologna, &c~  are always to be had  here, f n meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products. ..  -<*-_<  RN  & CO., ltd.  E3 O J������.^8  We would advisVplacing orders now for  -.,"J^njit.:BoxesViid\ avpi^:���������he~rush^andr .  possible    disappointment; later   on.  VWe will be able to give a very low  price delivered to the orchard, ^and  will give till Nov. 1 to pay for thew.  Canyon City Lumber Company  LBE������!5T������B  w  Z\  .****���������  II  ll  ��������� 1  ���������7=  New Minister of Railways  British Columbia has a new minister of railways. Last week  Frothier OHvcs* turned in hio rcoijs-  nntion as head of tliat department,  and his mantle has fallen on Hon,  J. D. MaoJjean who, for tho present, will ou per viae railway matters  aa well as<tho8ft appertaining to education* and the duties of provincial secretary���������all of which**, portfolios he now holds.  That Mr. MaoLean will notions  shoulder this triple responnibili by  goes without saying, the popular  belief being that a cabinet shuffle  that will bring Mrs. Ralph Smith  into the -adaa.SMicfcr-Afcio.fcii will  announced before tlio year ends,  '..'-.    -r-IJ : ��������� ���������'  ��������� y .-.,'-���������'. -.'���������"-*���������  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 and saxe  2.00  Size 20, navy and brown ...:  2.25  Size 28, navy and brown  2.50  Size 30, navy and brown  2.75  S������ize 32, navy and brown  3.00  Men's Sweaters and Sox  Men's Sweater Coats, in grey and  heather. ...6.00 and $ 7.50  Men's Sleeveless Sweaters.... ZZ 5.oO  Men's Heather Sox .;,.... 75c. and 1.00  Men's Black Cashmere Sox ...7������c. & 1.00  Men's   Black   Sox   in   Silk   Embroidered  1.25  Ask  Ladies' Hose in  black, brown and heather mixture.  for an Illustrated Jaeger Catalogue ahd Price List  ������-Jj> | UpJ   IflllKwAN i BLtL   vlllwlr !All! ���������  mam  jjjMiggjfgggp^^^ JSpBP-PIWf  -^^S^^^Al^l^^^^^f^^^Sm^^^^^^^^^^^^l^S^Sfh!^^  mmm  :*m\'fii\^  asiSD^m &  Zsi  [ever-varies**^Always the same  fine flavor and  freshness of taste���������  Do you wonder so many people use  21  iviG  B  ~  Clean Child's Bowels with  . "California Fig- Syrup"  u>rii&iii  *>   4  x   y_\  Ton.  wm  t:w  !   Aftflr?  L. Aftl r  r~~ bqmo  Canada s Place In The'\vorl<l  F.  r  Befeniag to the position which Canada occupies as a producer of -wealth,  C. Wade, Agent-General lor British Columbia 5n L.ohdon, lias said:  "Canada lias only one-half ol' one per cent, ol the population of the world.  She produces 90 per cent, of its cobalt. 8S per cent, of its asbestos, 85 per cent,  of its nickel, 32 per cent, of its pulpwood. 20 per cent, of its lumber, 20 per  cent, of its cured fish, IS per cent, of its oats. 15 per cent, of its potatoes, 12  per cent, of its silver, ~1V> per cent, of its wheat. 1] per cent, of-its barley,  & per cent, of its gold, 4 per cent, of its copper."  Contemplation of the fact, that with only one-hall" oC one per cent, of the  world's population, Canada is already contributing so largely to the world's  wealth, coupled with the further fact that, as >et. and owing to lack of population, the enormous wealth of natural resources which tlie Dominion possesses nave barely been scratched, should convince even the inosT pessimistic  of the great future in store for tbis country. These figures alone are suili-  clent to establish abounding confidence on the part of all.  These figures, however, otrly begin to tell tlie slory of Canada's present.  position. Last year Canada's exports, to foreign countries reached a total  of $800,000,000, and more than 50 per cent, of tliis total was made up of "fully  or partly" manufactured goods, thus demonstrating tliat, to an ever increasing extent, the raw materials produced in the Dominion are being utilized in  oui- own factories and shipped abroad in a finished or partlj finished condition instead oE in their raw state.  At tlie recent meeting of the General Assembly of the League of Nations  an official declaration was made naming the six most important nations in  the League, outside .the Allied powers of Great Britain, France, Ha'.y, Japan,  etc., and-Canada was accorded a foremost place among tbese six.  If this is the position now occupied in the world's estimation and in  world commerce and economics by a young and only partially developed  country of only eight millions of people, what a wondertul future and position awaits the Dominion when, witb several times its present population, and  the more complete settlement of its lands, and more intensive development  of its resources, its representatives sit around-the council board of the world!  A realization of Canada's present position, and the glowing probabilities  of tlie future, only serve to emphasize tho importance and need of ndw bending all oar energies to tlie task of encouraging immigrants of tbe right type  from all parts of the world to come and assist in the work of nation building  in this Dominion. What, immigration did for ibe" United States in the last  century, it can do for Canada in this centui-y. .  The late Sir "Wilfrid Laurier once declared that the Twentieth Century  belonged to Canada. The Great War delayed the fulfillmnt of that prophecy,  but it was only a temporary interruption, and the final i-esult may well be.  that, with careful and energelic management.'* lie'conditions following the war  may be turned to Canada's advantage.  This Dominion needs immigration of a two-fold character, people and capital. Youn? men and women, healthy and ambitious, are required tb nettle  on our vacant lands; youths are needed to engage in the production of wealth  from our forests, our fisheries and our mines; laborers will be needed to build  railways, roads and various Government and municipal works; capital is required to make such development possible and provide, employment Aov these  people.      The one canuot get along without the other.  The foundation stone ol" all our national policies should, therefore, be the  encouragement of the right type of immigrants, and. the providing of all  reasonable inducements and guarantees to foreign capita"! to engage in the  task of building up a great and. prosperous Canadian nation, and to.this great  enterprise the* Canadian peapl-e. East and West, should unitedly devote Iheir  best energies.  E^en a sick_ child loves the "fruity"  taste of "California Fig Syrup," If the  little tongue is coated, or if your child  is listless, cross, feverish, full of cold,  or-has colic, a-teaspoonful will" never  fa'J to open the bewels. In. a lew  hours you .can see for yourself how  thoroughly it works all the constipation poison, sour bile and waste Irom  the tender, little bowels and gives you  a well,, playful child again.  Millions of mothers keep "California  Pig Syrup" handy. They know a teaspoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has  directions for babies and children of  all ages printed" on bottle. Mother?  You must say "California" or you may'  get-an imitation fig syrup.  Use Tractors in Yukon  Caterpillar tractors will be. given  their first trial in winter transportation in the Yukon next winter?- The  Treadwell Company, which has been  using the caterpillar this summer with  success, will employ the "tank" truck  to haul silver ore from the Mayo  mines next winter, if it proves practicable.      The shipments this winter are  Relative   Strength -of   Shipping  nage of Leading Nations  _ The new-Edition of Lloyd's Register  of Shipping ��������� contains some illuminating figures on the relative strength of  -the shipping tonnage possessed by the  various nations." The figures are real^  ly striking, a,nd indicate that, while  Great Britain has. increased her tonnage only in. a slight degree, the Unit-  -ed States has inade'_ tremendous  strides. The advantages gained place  the latter "country"in a-position to successfully' compete with Britain for the  mastery of the world's trade. If tonnage alone counted in the development of a vast commerce, the United  States would be in. a position to  threaten the present supremacy of  Britain on the sea.  There are altogether 33,935 seagoing vessels in the world, and their  total tonnage is "64,370,786. Of this  number, 4,680 vessels are sailing vessels aggregating 3,027,834 tons "and  29,255 are steam and motor ships of  61,342,952 tons. Great Britain heads.  the list with 19,053,000 tons, a.n increase of onlv 1 "Jfi.000 tons since .Tune.  1914; the United States comes second  with 12,506,00v tons," an increase of  10,689,000 tons since 1914.  In 1914 Germany ranked second to  Great Britain witb 5,000.000 ions,  while now she -possesses only 1,-  7S������,000 tons.' *. Norway has descended  from third place to seventn, and  Japan has risen from sixth fo ,third  position.  U%   AIR  Beats Electric or Gas  *���������* - *  A .new oil lamp that gives a'n amazingly -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.., I������  burns without odor,-smoke or'noise���������  no pumping up, is simple, clean. saTe.  BurnsL-94 per'cent. air and 6 per cent,  common. Iterosene (coal-oil),   k-  The inventor, T. "V. Johnson^" 579 Mo-  Dermot 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 heip him  Introduce-it.*, Write him today for  full particulars. Also ask him to es-  ptain.how-yotican get the agency, and  without experience or money mates  $250 to $500 per month.  JIIIIH  SNDIGESTION, GAS,  UPSET STOMACH  expected   to  value.      Most  and sacked.  double   last   season's   in  o^ it   is al!*escl"v mined  B8ANY TROUBLES COME  Ti  UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you  are not getting Aspirin at aU  ������%0,J*r y ���������'  If   Kept   Rtch   and   R-ed -Good   Health  Will Be Yours  Nearly all the common diseases are  caused by bad    blood,    weak,    watery  blood   poisoned   by  impurities.       Bad  blood is the cause of    headaches    and  backaches,  lumbago  and   rheumatism,  debility    and    indigestion,    neuralgia,  sciatica and othei* nerve troubles.      It  is  bad   bloqd   that  causes   disfiguring  skin    diseases " like eczema, and  salt  rheum, pimples  and eruptions.      The  severity of the trotfble indicates how  impure  the  blood is,   and it goes  always from bad to worse; unless steps  are promptly taken to enrich and purity the blood..    There is no use trying  a different medicine for each trouble,'  for    they   .all    come through the one  cause:���������bad  blood.      In  conditions'  of  this.kind Dr.. Williams Pink Pills have  been found very    beneficial,   as    they  have a direct action on the blood, enriching   and    purifying   it.      That   is  why this medicine is so often successful,  after other-remedies, have  failed  ���������they reach the root of the trouble  in  the blood.      Mr.  Albert. K.  Giffln,  Mount   Pleasant,    P.E.I.,    tells    what  these pills did for him.      He say's: ���������  "Some months ago ,1 was In a badly  run-down  condition.      My blood was  poor, I had no appetite and my work  left me completely tired out.        I fell  off    in    weight,    was altogether in a  miserable   condition,       I   was   taking  medicine, but It was not doing me any-  good.     At. this stage a friend who had  used Dr. Williams    Pink    Pills    with  beneficial results, advised me to take  them, and acting on his advice I did  so.     The result can be summed up In  a  few words:. I took the pills for a  little more than a month, when I can  honestly say I never felt better iu my  life.     1 can now eat a hearty meal, do  my work with comparative ease, and  have   gained    In    weight.     I    advise  weak, run-down people to give these  pills a fair trial.J* - '   ���������������* '  Vou can get theae pills through any  medicine dealer or by mall at 50.  cents a box or six boxes for $2,50  Irom The hr. Williams Medicine Co..  Brockville, Ont.  I   Instantly! "Rape'sDiapepsin  I Corrects Stomach so  I Meals Digest  The moment you eat a tablet of  "Pape's Diapepsin" "your indigestion is  gone. No more distress from, a -tour,  acid* upset stomach. No flatulence,  heartburn, palpitation, or misery-making gases. Correct:your digestion, for  a few cents. Each package guaranteed by druggist to overcome stomach  trouble  :ar������*sU-"~"-  Teacbing Women to Vote  A school for women where they  may be instructed in the duties and  responsibilities oE voting, has been  conducted during the summer at Ox-*  ford, England. So many applications  were .received that some had to be  turned away. The course made a  speciality in the duties ��������� of magistrates. ,    .  Don't be afraid to speak -the  truth; it is harmless though not guaranteed to be especially pleasing.  For On&e He Was Wrong  "This    hotel,"     declared   the;i clerk  proudly, "is riin on   the   theory:  that  the guest is always right."  "Fine,*?-, declared the .man who-'had  boon there a week.     "I don't owe you  a cent!"���������American Legion-Weekly.  Children Cry tor Fl&ieherV  ���������ii}  Accept only arc  Aspirin,'* -.rhidi  physicians during-  Colds  Toothache  Earache  ir.a  co ri-trt inf  ant!!  ���������>���������*->  'uiihroken  packag-e" of   "Bayer  Tablets  of  worked out by  by miltions. for  Rheumatism  Neuritis  di reel "on  yeara and proved  Headache  Neuralgia  Lumbago  dose  safe-  Pain, Pain  Knotty ���������"Be-yet"-boxes of 12. Uhttttn Ab* brrfctla* ������y..~U and lOO-Drn/jffint*.  mmt-iriu i������ ili������ U������u������������ ������'���������������������<.���������������*  .oiSliWr.*,! :.. Cansdai ���������*? Wx.'pr iSftnufttcture of %ti.no-  -.jx.tmmfirW444ttCIHStti������ratt HmUCfittiai'ti,,       W!������ll**f   tM   *���������*������*������*>   'a*t������,i~~u   lliHi.   Aim,...m   iii������a.iM,i   t*tm.fm*r  ^wTl5SWt|������^*������*,'ti������r'W. to wa-tlrt th. p-tibltr mtttHntst, tmtt������ttn-~n. the* r*i-������tat������ wf fity-ar t;������mymmar  ������~z--.*-iP.i0i4l&-~m* MtftmtHMf   ~-U~- ib������ii> a-,~iA-~t*i trail������ Q������������rW, ft** "'-Iti/sr Cemtm."  .*#���������**���������-������*���������������"���������,.'-���������������������������.,-  Atnorlcao Lumbermen for* B.C.  The placing ol' shlnulea on the free  Hat has cHtiued American luauuifactur-  ei*H to look to'British Columbia to oa-  ttibltalt mills, according to Seattle despatched One large manufacturer haw  announced* that he wLU eventually dl������-  mnn Lie four large mlU������ mow operating  In WaHhiiiBton, and remove them to  HrUiMh Columbia. TSu������ position of  I lio AmenkauB in rendered more dim-  cult by thft fact that there ia a duty  of $1.00 a thou ana d on/'loga'.. Vimt  qunnlHIeK ot cedar logH are annually  exported to Washington and Oregou  mlllH Irom BrltiHh Columbia.  Minard'*       Liniment  ���������    Fri and  Lumberman's  Fletcher's Castoria is strlcttya remedy lor Infants and Children.  Foods are specially prepared for babies. A baby's medicine  , is even more essential for Baby; Remedies primarily prepared  for grown-ups are not interchangeablfli It \tras the need of ;  a remedy for the common ailments of Infants and Children  that brought Castoria before the public after years of research,  and no claim has been made-for it that its use for over 3$  years haa not proven. l ^  Wi   ���������<     3������������.    tf*** A ���������*C^'nf,>(f\ 'Pfr 1* A. O ���������  BP 'Ch mt        1 SS*        - %k^r Br^k *<Si2P.    B   '^>W^  ft  \~.  I M^_   a  Castoria is a harmless subslitutc for Castor Oil, Paregoric,  I>rops and Soothing Syrups* It is pleasant, It contains  neither Opium������ Morphine ribr%ther^narcotic atjbstorice- lis  age is its guarantee* For more' thai* thjrty years it hoo  been in constant use for tke tolief of Constipation, Flatulency,  Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fev^rlshncss arising  therefrom, <and Xay fi'egulatBncj tha Stomiacla and Bowels* aids  the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep*  The Children's Comfort���������The Mother's Friend.  ~~~~t~~~~       ttflk     ^^^-_-i^^^^^^^.i^^^^.      U_WKS~~~~   t__     K^k  .Mmmm%\miMSmWr   JOT  Bears the Sig^iaturje of  B. DO     m_M __~ mM . ��������� ��������� fl.1* >IBA     m-������ ^r ^j-1 B ���������   fijj **ff    ESk %_" s9. Jg, JB  rsm cttwurAUH co.miph.niv, wiiw v'o>hw c������rw       ������������������>--���������,--      ���������  M  ���������JJ  ���������5SJ  -rj  ff  -i  ������������������'���������is  I  'ii  VI  i  A  1  i ttttmt  /  frr'i  **  .-*"  IEEEE RS.VIEW. CRESTON* 3EL 0,  tej.  vvUL  The Aiiies  ached On All Points  Mudania���������-The final agreement be- touch with Hieir home government,  ftween the Turkibh Nationalists and and the terms weie nol fully approval Aiiies on nil points was -reached | ed b> the Athens authoiities. The  By the eonierees after two sessions ol '- Turks, however, Will look to lhe Al-  ������*e delegates. rlie3 to see that the Greeks I mini their  The Greeks relused to sign the <-(������r,-1 conditions ol tho a r mis lice, and the  ������������������wition     because    ihey    srere  oui   oi < Allies gave assurances  to ihat   effect.  V ,   ,���������: . , _ ~~. j     The    agreement-   provides that  the  i Turks   will   be  permitted   a   gendarm-  WESTERN- EDITORS  What This Buffalo Physician  lias Done For Humanity  The picture -which appears here oi  Bhr. Pierce of Buffalo, 2-T. Y., was taken  In 1910. As a young man Dr. Pierce  practised medicine in Pennsylvania  ssid was knoTvn far and wide ior his  treat success  in   alleviating   disease.  Ie earlv moved to Buffalo and put up  in   rea&v-to-use   form,,   his   Golden  Medical"Discovery,   the -well-known  tonic  for the blood.     This strength-  builder is made from a formula which  35r.  Pierce   found   most   effective   in  diseases of the blood.    It contains no  alcohol and   is an extract of native  roots   with    the   ingredients    plainly  stated on   the   wrapper.     Good   red  blood, vim, vigor and vitality are sure  to  follow if you take this  Alterative  Ii-sctrsei.   DrJ Pierce's Golden Medical  Discovery  clears   away   pimnjes   and  annoying eruptions and tends to keep  the complexion fresh and clear.   This  Discovery corrects the disordered conditions in a sick stomach, aids digestion, acts as a tonic and pdr'rfies  the  blood.     Wrifce  Dr.   Pierce's   Invalids  Hotel  in Buffalo, N.Y.,   and receive  confidential   medical   advice   without  ebarge.    All druggists sell Discovery,  tablets or tiauid.  erie of 8,000 in Thrace-and Ismid.  They asked lor-10,000, but a ���������compromise was reached on the tonner figure  The Thracean boundary, as specified by the agreement, is trom the  mouth of the Maritssar along its  courss to tlie Bulgarian boundary.  Alter the ceremony of signing the  agreement was concluded, Oeneral  "Harrington said to the Associated  Press:  .rx    feL'c&t    CririiS    lici a    bedl    success*-  lilly met. 1 believe peace is now  assured. We got everything -we asked for ' and our patience lias been  fully rewarded.  S^The final stage of the negoiiatjons  was characterized by the friendliest  spirit and 1 am confident both sides  will carry out the agreement _n  spirit as well as in letter."  or Wider Publicity  To Attract Desirable  mmigrants To Canada  Fred T. Hill, Riverhurst, Sask., Publisher of the Riverhurst -Courier, Law-  son Post, Central Butte-* Beacon and  Mawer Tribune. 1  Or cos  Damaged by Wild  Deer  London���������Thirty-two "farmers in New-  Zealand have petitioned the Pariiu-  ment-et: the Dominion to withdraw the  act Cot the protection ot deer, according to a Jteuier dispatch from Wellington. The New Zealand minister of  forests, Sir Francis Bell, K.C, estimates that the number of deer in that  country is 300,000- They are do ins;  considerable damage.  Ottawa.-���������Administration of. the Department of Immigration and Colonization by a separate minister; a wider  publicity scheme to attract desirable  immigrants to Canada; and that the  Government accept the offer^ol.' the  British Government as outlined in the  Empire Settlement Act of "J922, calling  for joint action in securing settlers  from the British Isles, -were among  the measures urged upon Hon. Charles  Stewart, Minister of the Interior, by  representatives of the transportation  interests. -__  " '    .  After the conference, Mr. Stewart  intimated that the proposals would  3?e thoroughly" studied and the representatives of the transportation interests - called Zto Ottawa in the  near future, when, a definite stale-  meat with regard, to the whole situa  tion would be made. Interests represented at the meeting included the  Canadian National Railways, Canadian  Pacific*- Railways and Steamships,  Cunard Line; White Star Dominion  Line, the. Anchor-Donaldson Line and  ihe Canadian Colonization Association.  Col. J. Si Dennis, in a statement  on ��������� behalf of the transportation interests, made reference to "the need  ,o~ immigration as disclosed by the  census . returns, " the national debt,  the railway nyileage and the -large  acreage of untilled land, especially in '  the west. Immigration - during the  first eight months o������ the current year,  he said, -was 35 per cent, below that  for 1923. The steamship companies  had provided greatly increased-equipment for handling immigrants, much  of which was now lying idle.  Murdered!  Near East Peac������ Conference  Rome.���������The conference oi peace lor  the Near East will be held m Scutari,  November 1, according to II Mondu.  which '-says the news comes from 1he  foreign ministry here. Italy, the  newspaper says wi31 be lepresent^ 1  by Foreign Minister Schanzer, who,  after the conclusion of the conference,  will go -to Brussels for ~ new conference on reparations.  Put right  out of business, a whole i  family not of good honest folks, but of  Corns���������sore,   troublesome   corns   that  sting and  bite.       Putnam's  Corn   Ex-.  1 ra'ctor is the" only painless sure relief Jed homeless by the recent fires, in that  for    corns,    it    never fails,. 25c every- [ section.  where. i * "  Street Cars  House  Homeless  Toronto.���������Eighty-seven old   Toronto  railway  cars, which   have   been  lying  here unused, were sent to Haileybury  to be used as abodes for those render-  Pains in Back, Limbs and Side  Yield to  Record Grain Shipments  Port Arthur, Ont ���������Grain shipments  out of Port Arthur and Fort William  for two days totalled over fvve million  bushels. This fall's shipments are  surpassing all records  Ottawa Sends Aid to Sufferers  ,   Ottawa.-*��������� The Government on behalf  of the people of Canada, has granted ,  $i00,'000 toward the relief of the- vic-  It-you   have   failed   to secuie   relief.. tims  of ithe fire    ravaged     areas    of  from  other  remedies,   rabx on  lots   of t Northern   Ontario.   .   This   announce-  good   old   "Neiviiine."   the   strongest:, | mem...      g   ^^   b Q      George   P.  most  penera-ung  pair* reliel    on    the j _     - ���������          s.-��������� .           .   ..'.,._.* ���������  market.       Nerviline   acts   quick!:r&n|Gl'ahamv   Minister    of Mihtia,. on^ in-  small pains and is the surest to.Thrive j structions from* the Premier.  oui the big ones.      it's because every'  i drop xsi   Nerviline  rubs  in  because  it  | has the ability  to sink in  deeply that  it diives away pain that ordinary oily  Liniments   won't   touch.       "Large   S5c  boltles at all  dealers.   .  EN WORK  Manitoba Farmers to. Meet at Brandon  WinLtipeg.���������-Announcement   is "made  that    .the    annual  United  Farmers  ol  convention,of the  Manitoba   will   be  Yes.  And :I hey Must Reep  Well and Strong  a$ Form imperial^  Relations Body  Two Interesting Letters  Toronto. Ontario.���������"When my "husband was called back to England in  1914 I took Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vege-  held in Brandon, Jan. 9 io 12 inclusive.! tat>le Compound to strengthen me so  .~f.        ��������� '     - , SI  could  work.    I  bad a trouble that  A tour-day convention is a new depar- ���������  Earl  They Do  ture for the-organization. It is announced that thc preferential ballot  will be used in the election, ol" otlicers.  H  W  in About M  AT a box of little raisins when  you  feci hungry,  lazy,  tire<3   or  faint. -y-'���������_���������;'���������-'���������-.*,.   :  In  about 9%  seconds a hundred    "  calories or more of energizing nutriment will put you on jour toesagain.  For Little Sun-Maids arc 75%  fruit sugar in practically predigested  form���������Icvulose, the scientists call  it.  And lcviilosc is real body fuel.  Needing practically no digestion, it  gets to work and revives you quick.  |     Full of energy and iron-���������both good     '���������  and good for you.    Just try a box*.  JL^ImlI������ ft3U.Ii.m XVJL3L1CIS  aBetween-Mea!ff Raisiins  5c Everywhere  Page'Urges   Establishing   Comin ittes In  London  London.���������The declaration of Pre**;  mier Hughes ol Australia that the Dominions should have a voice in framing the ioieign. policy of the empire is  unanimously endorsed by all critics,  says a ^lorning- Post despatch from  .S>clne>\(  Karl Page, well known member of  the Australian House of Ttepresenfa-"  lives, urges formation of an Imperii!)  relations committee in London con-  btslinK of Home and Dominions cabinet ministers.  Her Two   Children  Had Diarrhoea  Xerribly Bad  Anyone suffering, from bowel complaints such as diarrhoea, dyse.ntry,  colic, cholera, cholera morbus, cholera  infantum*** or any other looBeness of  the bowels, will find that Dr. Fowler's  Extract of Wild Strawberry will, give j  quJlcHr-fu: and more permanent relief  than any other remedy on the market  today. ���������������        '. .'-���������' -'���������*..  i  Mrs, .-, Roy -Keith. Charlton, Ont.,  writes:���������"I am writing to tell you  -what Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild  Strawberry did I'or me. Last 'summer  my children had diarrhoea, terribly  bad, and tbey would vomit ancl pass a  great deal of blood. . tried every  remedy we could'tlfink of, but Anally  bought a bottle of Dr. Fowler's Extract of AViId Strawberry, and about  one-half of Jt stopped the diarrhoea  altogether. I have told several others  about lt, and I wouhl not be without  It in the house, as I can truthfully ������ay  it saved tho lives of iny two children."  ���������Price-50c a bottle; put up only by  Tho T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  - Sleep is fhe great nourisher" of infants, and without peaceful sleep the  child will not thrive.. This cannot  be. got-if the infant be troubled with  worms. ' Miller's Worm Powders will  destroy worms and drive them from  the system, and afterwards tbe child's  rest will be undisturbed. The powders cannot injure the most delicate  baby, ancl there is nothing so effective  for restoring the-health ol" a worm-  worn iniaht. *  Northern Ontario Fire Loss Heavy  ..-.Toronto.-���������Fifteen adjusters of fire?  insurance .claims,-left*' this 'city for  .Northern Ontario tocadjust the claims  in the burned district. It is estimated that $5,000,000 will be paid out. in  fire, insurance in th'e devastated area  in a few days. ,  ~s~~  used to make me weals, but I am  able to do nay work nov? and am  perfectly satisfied -with your medicine. I still get it at the chemist's  and I strongly recs?mmend_it to .anybody I hear "of suffering as I did.  You may. publish, this if you .wish."  ���������Mas. B. Hob-vbloweb, 899 Yonge. St.,  Toronto, Ontario.-  I E������id Not Feel Like Working  "I was in a- general run-down condition with a weak back and a tired  feeling so that I did not feel like  working. My mother was taking-  Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and recommended it .to me, so  S have tahen it and my back is better  and I am now able to do my work. I  recommend the. Vegetable Compound  to my neighbors" and you may publish my letter."���������Mrs. Josephat A.  Grkxier,   Box  47,  Carbon,  Alberta.  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound should be taken when you first  notice such symptoms as nervousness,  backache, weakness and irregularity:  It will help you and prevent moro  serious trouble.   Give it. a fair trial.  6  IL  Refuse to Liberate Dolormo,  Quebec*--Application wan roj-fletefl  by Mr. Justice Dorlen lieve for a writ  ol' habena corpuu frooiiiK Rev. AdeSanl  Delorme Trom Beanport Asyjum, to  which he was committed when found  Insane by a. Montreal jury.  Had Your  Iron Today?  H  Look toZYour Eyes  Be nut I fu I cyesi. Hke (I tie  ������<*������!������, Bretli������ result of constant  care, The Jall-y use of Murine  uival'cn eyet* dear *nii nulinnc.  E������v|ovbMc. Ha-c-m.tcHs. Sold and  vt-commended l*>y M thusgUta  fan youi. EVES  is soft, wfuifr  Unshijink"  rice  a$.wt11t8ft$v0  Underwear  field's  lurable.  Stanfteld's UrfsJMnkable  le i lender wear���������ci  low ir  prio  Stanfield;s .  shrinkabie  than itvcQsts  U\U  either  ���������Ml  but fmt  IcjiTwei  ndqewear  armth,  ease, cfomfort, hea**t|il 'yrotectioivSand,  sturdy;wear. It is thejsoundest eqono-  my to buy. ^^*  Made in combmotiona nnd two-  piece oulta, in full length, Uacc  T*nd elbow Seac^b, end sleeveless  for men and women. Stanueld'a  Adjuatable Comblnationa oncl  Sleepers for growing children  (pat.)  For sample book, -allowing weight* and textures, write  ,STANFIEUy*3, LIMITED. TRURO N.S.  ���������pmhh  S2  ttmm  ~w___~_-9~t_.>**wrT^-_' t '���������w**** 'iVi'i'tntSf  W.    N.    11.  1442 '  /f-cfr' mf&Jttimdm- __f_fj_\ Jt  ** Smrgr-m-        ~~~-  -4*  mmm  SSHBS^ ���������4an.i0jr i.n-m~_~itrfr^  rvr-nntnyv���������nn it wi  t-*.,*-tf-fr**n***nl''W,**i'^.T*,*-*'*r**.tt'T^^^  attfaas^isib^sai^isa&fesa*!  BftfiWSMMiaigi-iaCg  /  THE   CRESTON  BEVIEW  Local and Persona!  Residents are   reminded   that   nest  Tuesday is haiiowe'en.  Birth���������On Oct.  17th,   to   Mr.   and  Mrs. W, Burgess, a son.  Apple box: nails at Mawson Bros.,  special to"clear at 9������c. lb.  Geo. Mawson is a business visitor at  Spokane a few days this week.  '   Mrs. Hamilton is an  Edgewood visitor with Mrs. Varley- this week.  Dr. Auld' of Edgewopd is a visitor  here this week, with   Rev. H. Varley.  Fob Sai*e���������Purebred Jersey heifer  in calf. A. Wesling. (Erickson P.O.),  Canyon.  Sacking twine, suitable for sacking  tomatoes at 45c. per lb. at Mawson  Brothers.  Miss Phyllis Small and Mrs. McGov-  ern are visitors with Cranbrook friends  this week.  For Sale���������Child's crib, complete  with mattress, in good condition. Mrs.  C. G. Bennett.  't8 Beattie-Oatway, Ltd., have a fui|  Stock of haiiowe'en novelties, including invitations, place cards, favors,  nut cups, and figure and cutout novelties.  '  For Sale���������Piano.  I*yne.  Apply to Mrs.  T. J. Crawford was a business yisitor at-Nelson a couple of days at the  end of the week.  For Rent���������New, sixroom,  nicely located. $15 month.  Mrs. T. M. Edmondson.  cottage,  Apply  as  The silyer tea announced by Mrs.  Henderson and Mrs. James, for the  afternoon of Oct. 28th, has  been post  poned.  For Sale���������Vapor bath cabinet new;  double wooden bedstead with good  springs and mattress. Enquire Review Office.  The Ladies* Guild of Christ Church  are having weekly sewing meetings in  Mr. Tomlinsbn of Thedford, Ont..  who haa been a visitor with Mr..and  Mrs. J. F. Rose the' past six weeks,  left for his eastern  home on Monday.  At the sacrament seryice at the  Presby teriah Church on Sunday morning five names were added to the  membership roll on profession eif faith.  Ccws For Sale���������Young cows, two  and turee years old, all have just  freshened, will be sold with or without  calves, $50 and up. Mrs. J. B. Ru-dd,  Wvnndel. ^  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid announce their annual thanksgiving  dinner for* Friday evening, .Nov. Sard-/  in Speers* Hall, from 6 to 8 p.mv  Tickets 50c.Zi    -..  The base of the soldiers' monument  is being still further improved by the  putting in this week of a cobble stone  walk about two feet in width all  round base. Py. ? ��������� "������������������'���������,      ������������������--���������-..."  The"30 cord sxipply of ��������� 4 foot wood  for heating the'public school this year  For Sale���������Grade milch cow and j.has beep let to Herb Christie and  beifer calf, $60. Also 18 Plymouth j Stanley Watson, each of which will  Rock hens, good strain, $1 each.  J. S. Hamilton, Creston.  preparation for  December 1st.  the annual bazaar on  The Junior Guild of Christ Church,  Creston, are giving a silver haiiowe'en  tea on Saturday, Oct.  in the Parish Hall.  28th��������� 3 to 3 p.m..  The Methodist Ladies' Aid are again  having their annual -chicken and  pumpkin pie dinner. This yeai-'s  ���������spread will be on Thursday, Nov. 30th.  We run-: the Pick of the Pictures only  GRAND THEATRE  tegular Prices  The Blast of the Bugle !     The Shrieks of the Throng /  The Clang of the Gong I    The Snap of the Barrie. J  They're Off!  All the frenzied thrill oi the race track on Derby Day���������all the color  of jammed grandstand and packed betting rings.    If j?ou like  melodrama loaded with thrills and  packed with romance,  don't fail to see the great sporting classic-  supply 15 cords.".'���������  Winter Vegetables���������Carrot ss $2  sack; Turnips, $1.50 sack; Cabbage,  $3 per 100 lbs.; Parsnips, $3 per 100  lbs.; Celery; 5c. Bbxme or call. F.  B. Pearce. Creston. V  S!>75 per  Potatoes���������$30 a ton, or  sack in five sack lots, if delivery is  taken direct from the field. Digging  now under way. Phone your orders  to Frank Putnam, Erickson.  D. H. Linn, who recently sold his  (Fair-head) ranch to Billy Hall, has  purchased six acres at Erickson���������the  improved part of the Spence . place,  near G. Brownrigg������s.  The school children aire patting on a  tag sale to-secure funds to pay for the  school's bronze Wreath on the soldiers'  monument. The badges will, be available at the first of the week.  , There will be an eight o'clock celebration of Holy Communion at  Christ Church on Sunday -morning,  and this will be the .last of the early  celebrations until spring. There will  be service at ,,11 a.m., but no evening  seryice as Rey. Mr. Varley will be at  Yahk for night worship.  There is a little moyement in local  properties at present, the Bates t ������ale  being consummated last week when  T. Mr Edmondson jjurchased five acres  from C. O. Quist part of the G. M.  Benney ranch. There are about 300  trees of bearing orchard on it, and the  soil is of heavy black loam, with an  abundance of water  .Jas. Adlard and W. B. Embree  have jointly invested- in a Delco electric light plant which is now lighting  the 'Embree garage and residence as  well; as the Adlard residence, the  plant being located at the garage.  This is rhe thiid of these lighting  systems put in in the Creston-Erick-  son area within the past two months.  At a meeting of the directors of the  Fifteen Hundred Club on Thursday  night an off er to amalgamate with the  Fifteen Hundred Club at Kaslo \vas  upforconsideration, and a yote of the  members of the Creston Club is being  taken before completing the ;merger.  Should amalgamation take place the  combined membership would be in. the  neighborhood of 700.  iiglican Giinrch Servio  SUNDAY. OCT. 29  CRESTON YAHK  8 and 11 a.m. 7.30 p.m.  x  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  Swift's Silver Leaf  '-H  5-lb. Pail  -SEE!  The great horse race!  Society flocking to the track!.  The.desperate aeroplane flight!  The break-neck auto dash !  The "gun   fight   in   a   gambl in&  palace.  The jockev who sells out his boss.  The loyal stable boy J  The youth in the clutches of an  adventuress !  The clean tip on a long" shot J  The plot to frame the race 1  The ^ carefully-dressed  today selects a hat of  quality���������and his choice  is* invariably, 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.  A  new stock  of  these  in  Brown,  Grey  ancl Black lias just arrivtsu.  Gefe yours now  while the stock  is complete.  A~^M ~W~-^_i ���������Wga.imqfjS vxmmwlmA VKmmt^- ^MtBtar  ^TTT 9   ra fl  ^ fl, u M   B 'Itak.  ^^WSH^ ^Bmi���������4r~ ^^^^^ ^ff^^^^ W^^st^^ ^^^BHk  <5J|                  i^^j,..--4~ ~���������~.. L~~~~m4~m^j J-mmna^^l MBS.. ^^0^- ~Wtl~i&ji0r  %jrt~  lM~~~  rs   t>   r  _~t������k ������t~, ~~t  ���������*��������������� ������������������������������? -ft if \.r  iViJ4"Jt~4.\rJ* J~J-~A.  IxYtf-  t .  The apple crop   has   now   heen   all  Sex. ix .1. ������Qn<-*.f. ^.'v.'l* 1-**=. -\vr_       rxtrtrt        rvW       S-X-. r.  xxcxx *) colcu      nuu        vj vf..      tixxv-      ciiu      vJx      *jxax:  month both the Union and Staples  Fruit Company packing sheds will  have completed packing operations.  No definite announcement has yet  beenmade as to who will permanently  succeed A. R. Swanson as C.P.M,  agent here, but the new man is expected along ahout the first  of the month.  The grouse season closes on Tuesday  next. 'With, these birds more numerous than usual, and the very finest  kindv of hunting weather the 1922  grouse season has been the best for  many ye*trs.  The absence of a. severe frost In the  Vallev to date is indicated in the con-;  tinned shipping of vine-ripened torn-*  atocs. Thirty crates of the ripe sort  of ketchup makers went out at ESricffk  son on Tue^jilay.  All the seating space at the Grand  was taken at Saturday night's showing of "Two Kind of Women." and in  the "Queen ���������>' the Tnrf'-which'���������%?ill be  shown to-morrow night an even better  picture will be shown.  .. At.their last meeting the trustees%  let the contract to A. Anderson for  the erection of a sidewalk from Hillside Road to and around the new two-  room school building erected last  year.  A. McL. Fletcher, "Dominion fruit  inspector, has completed a survey of  the Valley apple crop and his estimate  of the 1022 yield is in the neighborhood of 250 cars, with the prospect of  possibly fifty carloads be held for later shipment. ��������� .  ���������*                                ���������-....  Robt. Avit>. who was on the pitching stuff of Creston. baseball team in  1021, and who has been living at the  the coast Lhe past year, was in town  this week, and purchased a ten-acre  unimproved ranch property nt tbis  week's land sale. '   *'  H. BlcMimonaiier, formerly manager  of the.Beattie-Oatwuy store, who was  married at Now Denver early last  woelt, was hero with his bride on  Wednesday, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.  C. Hare, en route to Cranbrook,  whore they will make their homo in  future.  The drawing for tho Singor sowing  um chine rattled by the fa jl fair direct-  ovff tukea place at Norris* bakery tomorrow night after tho picture show.  There are still a number of tickets unsold, which may hoobtalnod from any  of the directors, tho Bo van garage or  Secretary Walmsley.  A typical fall rain that brought the  biiow on the mountain peaks Tuesday  broke tho prolonged spoil of Iruliuti  NurniiKU' weather that has prevailed  all Wilson���������with the outstanding ex-  ccpti|>n of fall fair clay. A spell of  rainy weather would not be unwelcome, uh wcIIh nnd creeks turn much  torn i������jw uu- (hits ilium **! y.ir.  A haiiowe'en dance is announced for  Tuesday night, Oct. 31st',.at thei Bluebird Tea Kopm at ther Creston /-Hotel,  under the auspices of the Ladies'  Guild of Christ Church. The ladies  are arranging to giye everyone a good  time at the popular admission of 50  cents, which includes stippei. There  will be good inueic;, a fine floor, and  everybody welcome.  About $15,000 worth of Oreston Val  ley lands *. were^ disposed of at the  government sale, of lands here on  Monday, better than half of the par-  eels offered being sold at the sale or  disposed of privately .by J. W. Smiths  lands department representative, the  following, day at the upset price.  With the exception of lands that are  subject to overflow, the demand was  quite uniform on. a.ll the.ti&cts offered.  Whether  live:to eat,  At a meeting- of the soldiers' niein-  o'riaT unveiling* committee/on 'Friday..  night considerable'headway was made  with arranging for the unveiling-ceremonies on November Ilth, it.being de-  cidpd to invitei Rev. J. S;" Mahood of  Queen's Bay,*";to deliv-*er the vuhveiliUg  address.^he honOr being conferred on  him due to h'is having unveiled the  original monument in front of the  Bank eif Commerce, when it was er������  ected in 1917. Fiffl details concerning  the function Will be given .the public  next week. .���������*.������������������'���������  NOTICE TO  GOAT   OWNERS  you * eat to li ye, or  the   best   you   can  afford is hone  ioo good.       This  applies particularly to  cooking.  Wh ere Lard is required sqme-  tBitig. cheaper caiv sometimes be  used but an infeirior bit of baking always results.  This weekVspecial should appeal to every housewife. There  is no better lard than Swift's,  arid at the.pr|ce we offer it for  Saturday .and Monday certainly  ib ib matchless value.  ?..   --i- i  With the Christmas baking  almost at hand an extra pail  will be excellent buying. We  are stocked up liberally.  Better  Service  BROTHERS  Lower  Prices  Another  Purebred  Togg'enburg Buck  Locnl Does, $3.'   Does, per Ex press  (prepaid) $5.  P. G. EBBUTT,  ORESTON.  J^^^t ffH^a^g���������^ w^MB^MK  ^S^^^mB^  _t_r ____t l_~_t  Shoe antf Hame&G  Men's  Half Soles, $1.25  WomensHalf Soles,$1.00  ,   Guaranteed for 0 months.  Secondhand Store in connection  with business  A/  Effective vtoday prices on  Ford cars delivered at  Creston are���������  Touring... $683.00  Runabout. .  632.50  alight Deliyery. 641.00  '   (with Starter and Lighting  in each caae.  Buy a Ford,   it ie lowest in  price, Lowest in maintenance.  Oreston Auto & Supply  H. S. BEVAN, Prop.-  We Offer You  RELIABLE REPAIR   WORK at Consistent  Prices  ir* *i  ; i         ** ,��������������������������������������������� ....I��������� ������������������    * * im Wiih'  ii ���������>���������  iiii.nwi.ii.it ������������������'��������� Mi"���������������" mww���������j'lmii I,',"? ���������iTTm," '"V"?1 '?l^^^:^T*'^^^HT^l^M*'ll"''''T''*^���������'''���������'" n''"r'"'"''r' "���������' ���������' *"7  A well assorted stock of  Tires, Tubes,  Accessories,  Spare Parts  Pipe and Pipe Fittings  AUTHORIZED FORD SERVICE STATION  The Best Livery Service in Town  LitD'-QATiE BRO'Q.  PWOWE &1  _������*S!l^S___t


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