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Array ~*"i   .  ~%^JC%.JlI*  EVI  Vol. XIV.  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY,, NOVEMBER 3, 1922  No. 39  -.".���������-  KitGhmnGv*  '���������   Mr. and Mrs.  Franscen wefre  weekend visitors at Cranbrook.  Miss Irene Schmidt, former teacher  here, now at Sirdar, was a -week- end  ������������t st of Mrs. Hunt.  Mr, and Mrs. Shear have arrived  from tne  prairie,   Mr.    Shear   having  taking a contract of cutting and skidding logs for G. A. Hunt.  There is a great demand for houses  here,"at least a dozen families would  like to get places to live in. They are  prairie folk who are here for at least  the winter.  Miss Hunter, principal of Kitchener  school, has issued the following report  of the-:pupils' standing in connection  with the October examinations:  Senior Fourth���������Alice Molander, Il.uke  Uastonquay. " Senior Third���������-Mildred  Atideeri, Clara Hunt. Junior Third-���������  Beatrice Molander. First Reader-���������  Richard Molander. Second Primer-  Irene Cataclunn, Elton Schonnert.  First Primer���������Joseph Murray.  haiiowe'en decoration effect. The  judges were Mrs. Jones and Mr Loasby, and theii work seems ' to have given the highest satisfaction.  Sirdar must he anticipating a cold  winter. Already two cars of fuel coal  have arrived and has been readily sold  Ut residents of 1 own.  - Messrs. North, PascuEzo, Cher bo and  .Mannerino are winding up their season's apple shipping, and it would look  as if the local crop vyould - run to well  over 2000 boxes.  Mayor Daly is not an apostle of the  cold weather cult. Everyday-he may  be seen abroad with a fresh cut* flower-  in liis coat lapel���������-and is quite the Beau  Bruniuiel Of Sirdar.  Fresh strawberries for desert on  Oetobar^29th ;st Mrs. .rones'. Kuskanook. does not sound like a cold winter,  either.  Mrs. B. W. Ryckman of Creston  was a yisitor here for the dance pn  Tuesday night. :  Sam Bysouth of Kuskanook went  through on Wednesday on a trip to  Creston. S.Fascuzsfo* also favored the  metropolis with a businntss call on  'Tuesday.  Noble Gammon, who has been firt"  man on the switch engine for the last  six months, left last week for a two  months' vacationi which will be spent  at pcints in New Brunswick and Nova  Scotia.  Mrs. Manahan and Mrs. Roy Proctor of Cranbrook are both hpre on a  visit with their parents, Mr. arid Mrs.  Goodman.  Roadmaster. Walker and master  mechanic McFadden were both here  on Tuesday on a visit of inspection.  Misses McLellan, Porter and Chad-  wick gave a very successful tea in the  hall over the "Whitesides store on  /Wednesday last,- "the rafffi������u; -being- in'  aid of the 5000 nickel fund, there being  a good turnout of townspeople.  The largest and best dance of the  season was held in Whitesides' Hall  on haiiowe'en when some twenty four  couple masked���������most of them in very  pretty costumes���������attended. Thejudges  had quite a seiious time picking the  costume winners but finally awarded  the ladies' prize to Miss Chad wick,  who was garbed as Night, while the  ladies' comic went to Mrs. Geo. Manahan, clown; The genie' prize fell to  Jack Cameron, whose garb was that  of Good Night. . Guests were present  froni Wynndel and Proctor, and certainly everyone had a. fine time. The  supper was of Sirdar's usual excellent  quality;, and it ivas at least 2 a.m. before the good night waltz was called.  The hall was done in the customary  Col. and Mrs. Lister left Friday for  Victoria, for the usual session ofthe  B.C, legislature, in which the colonel  is the representative for the Kaslo  constituency.    . '  J. M. Paul, who is working at the  Continental mine, and "Tooley" McDonald, now at  Kimberley, are  visit | general public  Arrangements for  Nov. 11 Unveiling  Arrangements for the unveiling of  the Valley's Soldiers'* Memorial have  been completed, iind if things go  through as per schedule the ceremony  should certainly be, highly creditable  alike to the occasion and all who attend.  The exercises will commence at 2  p.m., Saturday, Nov. Ilth, and it is  hoped/ all places of business in town  will close before that hour to give  everyone a chance to be present, and  to ensure that there wi ll be n o traffic  annoyance permission has been secured to rope off Canyon Street for part  of the afternoon, ropes being stretch  across at a point ihithe neighborhood  of Embree's -garage^ and the other  about opposite .-Beviin's garages-  Stands are trf be erected for the seating of the speakers and also a stand  foi*-the comfort Of the relatives and  next-of-kin of those/whose names are  shown on the stone.  The school: children will parade from  the schoolhouse at 1.30 p.m. pronipt,  ancl march jfco the head of Third Street.  just north of the Imperial Bank. At  this point the soldiers and Mounted  Police will be waiting, and headed by  the band the procession will inarch to  the memorial stone:/ ~ In front of the  memorial- will be/a^, smaii hollow  square, with the soldiers,, forming the  ���������west side, and tne children at their  rear. The space foi* the soldiers and  children will be a roped enclosure, and  out-side these ropes is the snace for the  are extended them on their entry into  Wynndel's eyer-increasing ranks of  man ted folks.  Mr. and Mrs. Packman and _son returned to their home on Tuesday, but  it iB understood that they will be returning to Creston in a few days.  The sacrament of the Lord's Supper  will be observed^ at the -Presbyterian  service here on Sunday.  Hallowe'en saw the residents of  Duck Creek at the schoolhouse for a  social evening. The children were all  in costume, which Avere one and all  good. The boys' first prize going to  Manuel Irving and Gid. Bendefeti, who  appeared as the Gold Dust twins.  Other piizes were awarded to Cla>ericp  Wilson, as an old woman. Ruth* Joy,  as a fairy and, as the judges agreed,:  the best dressed young lady in the  hall; and Irwin Davies. as an old and  very tired nigger man. ./Very highly  recommended were Maggie and Jiggs,  which characters were most effectively  carried out by -Miss Addie Ro^indale  and Howard Slingsby, to say nothing  of Din ty Moore (Bessie Eakin) who  accompanied them. Also highly  recommended were the haiiowe'en  pumpkins. Miss Lillian Sadler and the  good old. honest garden pumpkin,  Percy Cockle. The evening was spent  by the young people in playing games,  and about 13 o'clock a tasty lunch was  served, and amid shouts yells and  singing the crowd dispersed with every  indication of having thoroughly enjoyed themselves.  SSs&BWW-TbBB   S~~.~.6-*_r  - ^-mar ��������� - -Im������&  Notice fo Iiie Public  Exchange  Billiard Parlor  and BaroBr Shop  is still doing business  at the same old stand  ���������We are here to stay.  ��������� We have the onljr sanitary shop between Cranbrook and Nelson.    -  ���������Thq only shop that has  equipment for Shampooing,  Sterilizing- and Sanitary  Service.  ���������We solicit whito trade  trade only.  ���������All tools sterilized.  ors at the ranches here this week.  Jas. Jory and F. N. Thompson-are  busy at   well deepening operations on  the Thompson   place.    Some   welts  in  the area are short  of water  following  theamofettally dry-srtsnraier.   '     '.   -  J. A. McGee is here from Spokane  for a few days' stay in the area.  At the United Farmers meeting on  Friday night assurance was read from  the department that if sufficient pupils are ayailable both a packing and  pruning school will be held early in  the year. -���������?'���������"  Deer hunters are advised that if  they wish to secure a season's supply  of venison in record time the Lister  district is the one best spot to hunt in  Deer aie unusually thick and in some  cases so tame that they will brouse  around a field in which people are  working. Lister people are already  stocked with venison, and as the deer  are doing some damage to orchards an  invasion of outside hunters wonld be  .very much appreciated.  The school children's haiiowe'en  Concert on Tuesday night proved to  be quite the equal of the best juvenile-  entertainment over pub on here, and  with a supper and few" hours* dancing  as a viindup certainly the affair wus  fully enjoyed hy youngsters . and  grownups alike. Fred Power officiated aB chairman and introduced a programme that included drills and dialogues by the children, as well ns choruses in which the whole school took  part. Recitations were given by Doris and Annie Yewbury,/ May Millington and Jessie Brain, while n double  header of this sort was contributed by  Willis Sinclair and-Arthur CharleBon.  Variety was also lent proceedings by  the putting on of the play, "All's well  that ends Well." Several of the dan  cers were in costume, and in this connection special mention is duo Mrs.  Tompkins and D. B. Peterson. In  fact the whole proceedings wore highly ptatui'PNqu* sir the Rchool glrla and  boys were all trigged out in haiiowe'en  dress, while the time honored jack  lanterns and pumpklriH were also  much in evidence. Full rrredffc for the  conceit belongs to Misses Redpnth and  Hardisty, teachers, who showed rare  ability in this Hne. The proceeds of  about #15 will bMiiHlfeorUn connection  with the Christmas entertain ment  tthd treat for thc juveniles.  C. F. Hayes, president of the Board  of Trade, has consented to preside on  this occasion, and the programme as  drafted is as follows:  God Save the King,  ~ Prayer���������rBevj-J. A*rJiMiies.._  Chairman's Address.  Chorns-^O Canada."  Unveiling  and-Address���������Rev.-J. S.  Ma.hcod.        "   - :  Chorus���������"Maple Leaf-"  Address���������Col. C. H. Pollen.  Placing of Wreaths.  Hymn���������"O God Our Help."  Last Post���������Bugler Dayh*.  Fyeryone is expected to be present.  and it is specially urged that all be on  time, 'particularly the children, so  that 'the whole ceremony- may be  carried thorough without any.'disturbance of'any'sort.-       .   ���������- * .  Wynndel  Miss Kitty Rosindale left last Friday for Vancouyer, where she expects  to remain for some time.  Monrad Wigen was a business visitor at Wynndel the' early part of the  week.  Arne Andestad was ,i week-end visitor here from Kitchener.  In spite of the fact- that so many  people are away from Duck Creek.  those remaining had quite an enjoyable time at the United Farmers0  dance on Saturday evening.  Miss Mary Havwood and Mr. Stanley Gregory, a couple of Wynndel's  quite well-known young people were  quietly.married at the Presbyterian  manse on Wednesday afterncon by  Rev. J. A. James, and congratulations  Presbyterian Ladies' Aid  s   : .pZ   --.'���������  Thanks  Public meeting of ratepayers  Speers* Halt. Thursday* Not).  9th, 8 p.m. Be on hand f  Speers' Hall  Friday, Nov. 3  6 to 8 p.m.  Supper  CLjr  ftj-r ^^ I  Everybody I  -~X  .     "i .  tt t ttii.it,  Guy Browell  expects  to be leaving  somtime   next   week   for   Kitchener  where he will have charge  of a. motor  truck   for   the   Paulson Mason   Company, " A-  - - -           ~          ~ 0-        - "* *y "*    ^ ,-" ������*��������� '  * "John*Butler "Will* winder Jii ^YahTc,  where he has a job in the logging  camp Mr. Weatherhead is operating  for the C.P;R". at that point  Mrs. Barnhardt and family of Yahk  were week-end, visitors -with her parents, Mt. and Mrs. Knott, arriving in  time for theNchicken supper on Friday.  Mr. Wetherhead found the chicken  supper excellent excuse to come home  from Yahk for the week-end, spend a  few days extra getting the p. ace in  shape for winter.       "  The Union packing shed is still operating at the siding, and will probably be open for another week or ten  days.  The United Farmers are having a  dance in the schoolhouse on Friday  evening, Nov. 10th, the proceeds from  which will go to th- piano fund.  Members are reminded of the No-  yember meeting of the United Farmers on Saturday night, at -which considerable important business will be to  the fore.  The Ladies* Aid members aire greatly pleased with the success of their  chicken supper and entertainment at  the school on Friday night, at which  the intake was in the neighborhood of  $75���������which goes toward the church  building fund, Tiie spread of good  things to eat was nil that could be  desired apd the aery ing of the fare wns  equally satisfactory. After the supper, which was put on in tho basement, adjournment was taken to the  old school room, where a concert programme of merit was presented .Rev.  Q, Knox occupying the chair. The  numbeiR Included recitations, dialogues and musical features, ns well ns  pretty haiiowe'en drill by sixteen girl*-*.  Tliu recitations were contributed hy  Minnie Strong, Sylvester Messenger  ancl Messrs. Kolthammer nnd IE.  Young. Thc dialogue, "Very Buafr-  fuJ," uuule a delightful change in tins  numbers, along with the "Cheery  Song" by the men's quartette. Mi������nea  Muriel and Frances Knott pleased  vvttl) thru* rt-no-H, "Drink U. Me Only."  while tho entertainment opened hiis-  plciously with a piano solo by Mrs*.  Pochin, and closed in the same happy  fnHhion with a selection by the Swedish orchestra. Tho vocal selections l������y  Mfu. Kolthnminer and Messrs. Bate  man and Young. MIhh Frances Knott  and Mr. Kolthamnier very ably presided ao accompanists.  Jack Stevens, who has been here  witb his brother, Joe, making extensive improvements in the ranch, has  .returned to Tacoma. where he will  spend the winter.  O. P. Bliss is in charge off hay baling opea-ations at the Reclamation  Farm, -where he has a contract for  putting up 100 tons. Mr. Bliss purchased a couple of five-acre tracts at  the Government land sale last week,  and will become a permanent resident  on the Goat River bottom area.  The apple crop in this section is  now ail picked, and most of it shipped.  Orchardists report considerable damage to apples this fall due to the excessive appetites off squirrels.  X Angus Carrie and Joe Stevens were  at work last week making some needed improvements on the road in the  neighborhood of twin bridges.  Mr. Bush of Creston was the last of  the flats haymukeis this year. He  completed his cut on the Reclamation  Farm the middle off last week. Both  on the farm and flats mote and better  hay has been put up this year than  ever before.  Eyery day almost parties from  town are over here trying but the bass  fishing, and now the colder weather  fcas set in the Sa,yor of the fish, shows-  a decided improvement. Ducks are  not as numerous as usual as yet, but  it has been a good year for grouse.  At the Government auction of lands  on Monday of last week. Job n Moores  acquired another five acres in Block  203 of Lot 9558, and W. Burling, a  newcomer, acquired Blocks 214 and 215  in the same lot, this property being  close to the Hurry place, and contain -  ing a considera'ble area of  good land.  All interested are reminded that the  United Farmers are resuming their  meetings on Tuesday night next, Noy.  7th, at the schoolhouse, at 8 o'clock.  Mrs. J. S. Peck and children have  returned to Edmonton. Alta., after a  month's yisit herewith her parents.  Mr. and 'Mrs. G. Cartwright.  Miss Ruth Klingensmith was a visitor with Cranbrook 'friends a couple off  days last week.  Mr. and Mrs. Ka bit off, our two best  known summer Doukhobor visitors,  hay ^returned to Brilliant.  Erickson's straight carload apple  shipments for the year bad reached  tbe total of 117 up till Tuesday night,  and shipping still continues.  W. G. Littlejohn came within two  days of making Erickson. a November  tomato shipper. He had five crates of  the ripe variety out on Monday, and  these will likely be the last this year.  Mrs. Fen ton Smith is a visitor with  Bellvue, Alta., friends at present.  Mrs. M. McCarthy left the latter  part of the week for a visit with Vancouver and New  Westminster friends.  Mr. Bothomley. who has been n visitor at Three Hills, AltM., is a visitor  with his daughter, Mrs. Geo. Hobden,  this week, en route to California. He  is accompli nii'd this far by a nol her  'married daughter. 31 rs. Evrns. of  Three Hills.  D. H. Linn,  who recently purr hate  six acres of the former Spence ranch,  is getting things in shape for the erection of a residence on the land he acquired.  Miss Free, who haa been visiting  with Mi-h. E. Cartwright, left at the  end of Ihe week for Portland, Or-e.  While deer hunting in the Kitchener section on Thursday morning W������l  ter Long had quite a close call from ���������<  serious shoo Ling accident. So far as  we can learn another litmtni' in lhe  samo Bcction mistook Long for it deer  but the tthnt happily did nothing woi-m<<  than lather deeply grass*' him under  the left mm. He was taken into  ; Kitchener and Dr. Henderson huiii-  moned from Creston to attend biui1  and he w-kh taken home on tin** ������ft������������r-  noon train. XBJSL llEVXEW* CILESTON. B. CL  HEiUWVCHEvBtMpUSHESS    BY   MARSDEN  ELIOT  Published  by  Special  Arrangement  witli the Author  Ii  (Continued)  XXI.  Bar B Ranch,  October 2nd, 13���������-  Exhibitions and fairs are estraordin-  _ ...,.-      -.rx���������.t.l_x.    { Y-.     AVo*;tOi*n      C-r,'vnr,lSr. Tg  AlltJ       t>rk-*'i/'l.tirtJ       i ll-       V V   *Z?>: *-.  x.      x.fx ��������� xxxxxt. -.-  It, as Mr. O'Hara said,  i, because, Caca-  liave   something   to   cele-  dians   must  fc-rate? The Carbon City Annual .Exhibition was held on Thursday and  Friday of fast week, and we all went  5a trom the Bar B for the two days.  To judge by the crowds which thronged the fair grounds, the neighbouring  ranches must have been depopulated.  I am sure that everyone i'or miles  around was in town. Men. women  and children, white, Indians and Chinese, al! dressed in their best, and all  good-naturedly oblivious to the discomforts due to lack ot" accommodation, passed and repassed each other,  and gave the Carbon City quite a  metropolitan air.  A seventeenth-rate theatrical troupe  was    in    town,    as    also was an eighteenth-rate circus.      The artistes connected   with   these   two  organizations  stayed  at our hotel.      In     fact,     the  Great.    American    Giantess    and    the  Snake Charmer had the bedroom just.  across    the    hall    from me, while the  Armless Lady was next door!       They  ���������were very modest and unassuming in  manner, and when the Giantess came  to my  door  to ask  i'or the  loan of a  needle   and   thread,   one  would  never  have suspected  that  she was  ''a  per- i  vonage  of  international  celebrity."  The members of the theatrical-company were more exclusive, and I was  not so fo.rtunate as to make the acquaintance of any of them. However. ~\lv. Livingstone and I went to  see then in "A Knight of the Prairie,"  on Thursday evening. The play was  the usual western melodrama���������with a  heroine who made me think of Jerry  Brown's mother and her fears, and a  hero who looked no more like a cowboy than he looked like the Lord Chief  Justice*���������and the scenery had evidently been mixed in transit. In the last  act. where the bold bad cattle-thief is  confronted with the proofs of his guilt  and the heroine confesses that she has  Got Ne Sleep  rl  But nox.- the neuritf? has gone,  thc paint havc ceased, ihe nervous  ������*y;trm  of tlm  to the  well.  Mr.  Lucan,  js restored and lhe writer  cttcr pays a grateful tribute  medicine   which   made   him  j misjudged the hero, "though her h-csrt  j was  ever his," the -actors showed up  1 beautifully against a Forest of" Aiden  ' background      with      an      ivy-covered  ; church   in   the   middle   distance.        I  must not forget to mention the  .Gng  , lish lord, who is an indispensable fea-  , ture-oi   "dramas  ot    western     life"���������  surely  such an Englishman as  never  was on land or sea!      He wore hunt-  . ing-elothes    of    the most pronounced  type  and  carried  a monocle, and his  conversation consisted chiefly of such-(  , phrases as, "1 say, deah    boy,"    and  ; "Dontcher    know,"    spoken    with    an  f atrocious pseudo-Cockney accent.    He  ��������� was exceedingly popular with the audience,   who  shouted    with     laughter  whenever he raised his monocle to his  eye.       There   was   no   orchestra,   but  between the acts an   imitation    Pad-  erewski  played   popular  songs  on  an  old   piano,  half, of .-whose  notes���������the  piano's, 1 mean���������did aot sound at all,  and the other half "were out ot" tune.  But the audience, very kindly .-joined in  the   choruses,   so" no one  missed  the  orchestra.      Taking it altogether, the  performance was vastly more amusing  than any musical comedy I have ever  seen, and  I enjoyed the   evening  immensely.  I en-joyed the Exhibition too. We  spent Thursday morning viewing the  exhibits, and I found much to admire  ���������prize pigs, patchwork quilts, Indian  beadwork, china painting, and amateur photography, to mention only a  few of tlie sections.  But even prize pigs lose their charm  eventually, and I was glad, when it  was time for. the afternoon programme of sports, we had good seats  in the grandstand. By the way, the  uncovered part of tlie grandstand is  known as "The Bleachers"���������isn't that  a delightful, piece of irony?  For once posters told the truth, for  without a doubt "the Grand Event of  the Fair" was the Indian Parade with  which    the    programme    commenced.  This   parade   consisted   of  about  fifty  "braves," who, clad in their war-paint  ���������and very_little else in some cases���������  rode on  horseback twice around   the  raee-traeT*?-^     Quite ~.  number  of  the  horses   were   piebald,   and   these   had  their white spots decorated with geometrical designs  painted in the gaudiest of colours!      The men also were  painted,  several of them wore   eagle-  feather   -war-bonnets,   nearly   all   had  beautiful beaded leggings and moccasins, and one old man created a sensation in  a soldier's  red  coat and   a  dilapidated   chimney-pot   hat.        They  were a fearsome-sight, and if they had  given, .iust one war^vhoop I am sure I  should have crawled under a seat. No  need to  complain that  these  did  not  look   like   real   Indians!        With   the  braves, but at a respectful distance to  the rear, came their natural corollary  ���������th.pVf.air."    There were not as many  women as men, perhaps not more than  a dozen la all,  but they too were in  all their finery.      Three or four of the  women had one or two children on the  horse  with   them,  and  when  you   re-  ! member  that the  Indian's horses  are  very   small   ponies, you   can   imagine  the    top-heavy    appearance    of"    the  patient steed.  Quite the funniest thing I ever saw  was the squaw race.      There were six  entries,  and  the   signal to   start  was  given  eleven times.      The long-suffering judges at last gave up trying to  have the horses start together, and it  -was lucky that they did so, otherwise  we  might HSve  been waiting  yet   for  The  race   tei  begin.      As  it  was.   one  pony balked," one -wheeled and galloped around the track    in    the    wrong  direction,  and  finally  a  little  girl,  of  not  more  than  seven  or  eight  years  old, brought her one-eyed  charger  to  the    tape    in    triumph,  thirty yards  ahead   of the others.       She   took  the  thundering applause  very   calmly;   to  all  appearances she might have been  a .jockey all her life.  One of the "spectacular" events failed to materialize.     A handsome prize  had    been    offered    to the man   vvho  should succeed in riding an "outlaw"  lor   a   specified   distance.       An   "outlaw" \~~ a horse which cannot, be broken,   which   has  all  the  tricks   known  and    a    few    not yet discovered, and  which  can only bo ridden at. pei*il  of  life or limb, so I looked forward to an  exciting hall'*-hour,      Mr.  Livingstone,  who is said  to he one    of    the    best  horsemen in the country, had en Cere d  for   the   competition.       But   this   outlaw had one trick that had never been  seen    before,    even by the oldest inhabitant.      When he was led out info  ^^S_2___  ~?~  NERVOUS MOTHERS  Cumbere^with endtessjroimds  of duty,' the tired, nervous  mother generally finds in  f  Selling   War   Supplies  and  tonic-help of rarest value.  A little of. Scott's after meals j  for a few  days  would  do\  ������ a world of good.     Ti*y it S ���������  Scott & n-o-wtie. Toronto. Out. 20-09 \  furiated steer; but when it is done  for amusement, I draw the line. It  was exciting, I must'confess, and both  men and horses seemed to enjoy the  sport, evehuif the cattle did not. But  when one -maddened steer charged  furiously :and gored a gallant little  horse, I came to my senses with ar  shock of sham e. "Gee, that's no thing!" exclaimed a woman behind rae;  "there were three steers and two  horses killed last time. These Alberta cowboys aren't on to their job���������  back home I've seen a worse steer  than that roped and tied in -thirty  seconds, and nobody hurt." Plunging blindly, the horse put a lew yards  between itself and the steer,, fhen  crumpled into a heap, taking the rider  down with it. Before I could tear  my eyes away from the sickening  scene, the man jumped to his feet and  two revolver-shots rang out in the  stillness���������the first one sent the horse  to the Happy Hunting-grounds, and  the other was just in time .to stop the  steer in its second wild charge. Th<S  grandstand shook with applause���������who  could help applauding a man that bad  the cool courage to put his horse -"out.  of agony before thinking of his own  danger? And that man was Lawrence Paget! Is it any wonder that  England rules the world when even  her "degenerates" can act in such a  way?  But to return to the pleasant things.  After the steer-roping came the ladies'  relay race, in which each contestant���������  there  were five���������rode     four     horses:  that    is,    after    riding the first horse"  around the quarter-mile track, she dismounted,, mounted a fresh horse, and  went on, doing this tmtil she had gone  four   times   around,   with   a   different  horse each time.      I did not forget to  point out to Mr. Livingstone that the  race was won' by a girl  who ������������������used a  side-saddle, while-the other tour contestants rode astride.      He  says that  I must enter next year; I should love  to if I think by that time that I  can  ride" well   enough.       In   a   little  place  such  as   Carbon   City   everyone  takes  part in the Exhibition who wishes to  do    so,    and    where everyone knows  everyone else there" is  no unpleasant  publicity.  On the whole, I spent two very enjoyable diiys, and I feel that I Lave  seen still another phrase of Western  life. Mr. Livingstone and 1 had a  long conversation about the tilings  which shocked, me. He seemed to  understand my .amazement that such  barbarities should be approved by apparently nice people, and he admitted  that he always voted against the  steer-roping contest. "But riding a  bucking horse or an outlaw is different," he hastened to add. "A. horse  is always more or less "white,' and if  he is going to kill you he'll do it like  a gentleman." He laughed at -.'me  when I coaxed him not to enter the  -contest on Friday,. but finally he let  me have my way. And now, in view  of the accident which occurred, in  which he might so easily have heen  the man hurt, he says that I am a  witch.  Mr. Livingstone.has never yet mentioned our meeting at Elba, even  though he has spoken several limes of  having received letters from his  mother or sisters. I suppose this is  the far-famed Scotch "dourness"���������or  maybe he is trying to see how long a  woman can.keep a secret.  (To be continued)  Motor   Vehiotas   Bought   Cheaply  Resold at High Figure  A new story of our methods ol" disposing of surplus ' army property  comes from "Ludd, in Palestine, where  the motor vehicle and appliances belonging to the Egyptian Expedition a ry  Force were "dumped" ready for sale.  Apparently there were lew buvers in  this out-of-lhe-waj part of the world,  and the sale did not "receive much publicity in,Cairo and Port Said.  According to a correspondent, the  consequence was that the cars were  sold for ������20 apiece on the average  and "then taken into Cairo, where  they were eagerly bought up at  prices run ing into three und four  figures.���������London Weekly Dispatch.  TELLS HOW CATARRH  IS DESTROYED QUICKLY  Radio May Be Used  To Transmit Power*  Catarrh    sufferers,    meaning    those 1 New    Development     Next     Important.  with    colds,    sore    throat,    bronchial !  trouble, etc., can all be fixed up right j  at  home by  inhaling "Catarrhosione." j  In using Catarrhozone you don't take  medicine  into the  stomach���������-you just! ., .....       ....     ,.  . ., .   .  breathe a  healing piney vapor  direct   Possibility ot the tuture in the opinion--  Step-Says Marconi  Transmission   of   power   from   Niagara F;������lls to New York by radio is a.  to the lungs and air passages.      The  purest balsams and the greatest antiseptics are thus   sent   to    every    spot  where catarrhal trouble exists���������germs  are killed, .foul secretions are destroyed, nature is given a chance and the  disease    ends    quickly.       Colds     and  throat troubles  can't last ii  the pure  healing    vapor .  of    Catarrhozone    is i  breath ed���������sneezing       and   -coughing;  cease   at   once,   because   irritation   is I  removed.       Bronchitis,   irritation  and j  weakness   in   the   throat   soon   disap-j  peai*.       -.Use    Catarrhozone    whether'  young or old.     Two months treatment  $1.00,   small i size   50c,   dealers   everywhere or The Catarrhozone Co., ?������lon-  treal. '���������*?"���������'  There are people who never seem  to get a chance to do anything except  the things they can't do.  of Dr.   E.  P.   W.   Alexanderson,  chief  engineer ot the Itadio^Corportion. This  prediction  by  the noted- engineer   followed the success of a 16-hour test of  electron tubes in place of large alternators  iu   iransmitling   wireless   messages across the Atlantic Ocean.    Possibility of power transmission by the  use ol   electron tubes  has  stimulated  the imagination of scientists, who for-  some lime have believed that wireless  transmission of power might, come to-  pass.      The almost infinite possibility  of the utbes attracted the attention of  Marconi  when  he  was  at New  York,  and  ihcir   development,   he  said,   was  tlie next most important step in wireless.   " ._  UNLESS you see ihe name "Bayer" on tablets, you  are not getting Aspirin at all  John Woodward. P.T.O.,  Ont., writes:  "El  p,ivr������,  me  imK.li  pWaMuc  men'J   Dr,   C.i.\i~~e'.   nie. uic in *���������"���������",  to  it.com.-  erpr.ciuWy  thr Nerve l-'oocf. i vr~~ ~ r.wfFrrrr from  n'������riiis im te.\rr~\ y~t *. ������f<*l xrU-rl all  l-iin-i-l*"> i>i Trme<Ji<r.��������� *-, rt *.r\rr f-c<in*--t lo  p,-ri any b**tt<*r. Al Um sn;* ������nvn ������iri(.)  v.*|\<*,!r tytAtm J'rjtvd !o %-Zt. \*'~.y  ihroiijjh nol hting ������s*hl������ so ftt ������iny te.:\  or i\e.t-ri At ni'/htt iot fiuii.. irh'nZ mostly  ,i*e>(\ :o i~.Vr mt in &it part* of tl,* limb.-.  *nd iee-c. My nri-vr . would jwitcb mi  my wli-olt: Lorly sv������i'ikl sfrro 'o \r..\i riflSt  for  Fishes Avoid White Nets  Because fish  are  "wise"  enough   to  steer  clear  of  white  nets,  fishermen  of    Dal mat i a    color    their nets  with  brown and bright green dyes.  Accept only an "unbroken package'5 of "Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by  physicians during- 22 years and proved safe by millions for  Colds Headache Rheumatism  Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis  Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain  Bandy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets���������Also bottles of 24 and 100���������Dru^gistB-  Anpirln Ib the trrulo niarlt (reslstor-flc! tn Canotla) of Bayer Mnmifacture of Mono-  ������cetloftcld������*������tcr of HaUc.vUcoeld. While It l������ well known tliat Anpirln m������on������ X~tsy������*.  ���������nanu.fa.cturi!, to auslnt thc public atfalnst Imitation*, th* Tablets of Bayer Company  will  bo stamped with their cemrul trade murlc,  the "Bayer CroB0,"  ������������  E  "nf -~i   iir  lay    in  '[��������� ������ir.  t.ri).     Alu-.oa  ]  ���������-T  I  n  ~r*r.  i'Urr  1*l<ir*;?  rr������y>-<*lf nSfur.s! rtorn  ft   boY tii   Oi. CUtS't-'t.  on hunt-, ������ri*<  i?:  ll.e  :-������r.-J 1  ,   !*V,..!    ...:  I vv n'.y t r,r-'  jflJi-.r.. I  K i'.'r.'-y-}  part  I   \,  A ..I  ..'f  Pilfn  l-r.' rn  e r  f ;���������.'   ll.e   part  vr������r   B  Zy my UiitAi fCftlihJ-  Dir, C.htt*r'~ Nr-rv": Vorsi., >0r.  ;. Ux, all 4)r~_]e,*, tit .-,f\iri^iri<:rn..  Bates-fl* Co., Limited, Toronto-,  V- .  N.  ,-.4%  iIip rinj?, h������* positivfily refused to rear.  Iclril-t, bite, or run away, Tin whistles  and lorn paper merely bored htm.  Willi a melnneboly stir and drooping  n<?n.d he planted his lour feet firmly  on tii ft ground and kept them iliere,  Inr 1 r-ticl of standing on IiIh head after  ihe manner or the picture-postcard  hronnlm. Kven the shouts of Uiufth-  ir-v imrt the crifis of "What's the mat-  if.r with Livingstone? Pie's all riqhlJ"  fiiilfd to arouse him, and with a very  rooliHh fxpresHlon Mr. Livingstone  mounted and vtn\~ the required dis-  ranee. Itnt. he refused io ehtlm Uie  l������j|z<>; ;tnd 11. wiih ('inhounceri that the  rorcfst would be repeated on Friday,  ti ever u hors<������ Inughed up his sleeve,  f am sure that one did. Why. I could  have ridden him! I did not see the  t-f,r*ii.*j.i nn Friday* MrK, rtlnghiiru look  nw* with lim* ������n rnnk-e -some en I!**;-���������and  I am very glad iiml. I did not. The  llr*i and only man who tiled lo mount  ihi<- very ]un:.i- wuu Ulfowri, (rumpled  bad I ���������**.*. and had IiIh iu*iu broken,  in iieeoidariee wirh iny resolve io  hIuiv ihe tfornl with ihe had In my  ���������Tsmadlart rllarv, I must sulmlr thai  there were ihlnj'jt at the fair whieh 1.  did not, HKrt. jrow civilized people  run   look   vellli   i������|i|������rovnl   r������ri   Oh*   mleer.  IWlplrtg   l-l,\H,-rtl    ei  II     lll>HI������'l>     Ml   ������M#-,    ������ Ml  Hie  j-anehes   If   hi 'd<uih'l-������<*������vi pendful   l������>  pit ;i   mart on  horhehar.it ar-nlnM  an In*  You can have your  '4g.ood propositions,** 4'wonderful opportunities/' Turkish and mixed blends/! and all  the rest  H  TJ "J3 |^r^"CT"  10  for 15 cents  6 ,  k__~~k*  That s all  Fictare of * Movie Star fn every package  jS^-SMSm**^^  mms~m '.. i~r  \D-  Calgary Citizen  Gains Twenty-  One Pounds  Alex. Haynian^-a World War Veteran and well-known' - resident of 627  Mtth Ave., West,- Calgary, Alberta, is  stilt, another -who,lias found Tanlac a  safe and sure road back^to health,  strength and working efficiency-.  J'Tain not only feeling hettei;'than  I ['have in years." says Mr. Hayman,  "but I have actually gained twenty-one  pounds and you may know ~ by tliat  vrhai. I think o_f Tanlac. My stomach  -and.kidneys had been badly out oCor-  aerkfar nearly four -years and hay appetite * had deserted me entirely.  Everything I would eat caused indigestion and as a resulL I lost Jwenty-  fiye pounds in weight. t. I1 lost energy  and strength until I just felt tliat each  -day would be the last I could stay on  the job. Al times my back -was" so  lame and stiff that I could hardly raise  mysell up out ..of bed. The power of  endurance had left me -and jt- just  seemed to be 'dead on my feet' so to  speak. --" "    ���������  'But It only took Tanlac a few  weeks to set. me right and I ana now  feeling fine. 1 thoroughly enjoy my  three square meals a day, for I have  a, wonderful appetite and everything"  ���������agrees with me perfectly. To be in  such good health after feeling miserable so long is certainly'something to  "be thankful for and I cannot praise  Tanlac too highly."  Tanlac is sold by all good druggists.  Radium Production Shown  "Ra-dium     worth-     $20,000,000.      but  weighing   only   six   ounces,   has   been  produced in" the last "twenty-six years.  AND SNIPS  as m ��������������� in ~ ��������� M^ev eg _u~mm x_t w~~~WB  Dr.   Bamarda's   Homes  26,889 Boys and GiHs Have Been Sent  to Canada  The fifty-sixth annual report of  Dr. Barnardo's Homes records important addition^ to the "machinery  of rescue" during 1921. These include the William Baker Technical  School, Goldings, near Hertford, a  new convalescent home for cases of  surgical tuberculosis at Folkestone, a  new base at Toronto for immigration  work in Canada, and three new houses  at the boys' garden city at Woodford  Bridge.  The emigration of year is described  as .having-been of mutual interest.  "Canada has received 506 of our best  boys and girls, bringing up the total  of those whom we have sent to the Dominion to 28,8S0.~r But Australia has  stepped into line as a competitor with  Canada. An influential" committee  has been formed in Sydney. A new  home has been purchased and presented to the Barnardo Institutions as an  emigrauon centre, and our first official  party sailed for Sydney in-August. 1*  was a small party of only forty-seven  boys, but they were boys of the finest  type. They have won golden opinions  in the fifth continent, and every province is calling out ior more of the  same class. It is plain that in Australia the future of guaranteed emigrants such as our boys are is assured  from a worldly point of view. Further parties will-doubtless follow in'the  wake of the first. From 1886 to the  end-of 1923, 92,830 boys and girls entered the homes.  a  Relieved by Lydia E.  Pink*  ham's Vegetable  Compound  > Lindsay, Ontario.���������-"I used to,havo  T^ery bad pafns in/^my> baHk arid si<Ies  liIIISSMIIIIlilUllil!>and  often was not  illlU"    "**"litfit to do my work-  MJ^Iliii!&: "^"S^'l * tried many medi-  --^Bsessa*- v >������.**i Cines before I began to take yours.  I saw Lydia B.  Pinkham'a Vege--  table Compound advertised in the<  'Toronto Globe' and  now that it ��������� ha^  helped me I recommend it to all of  my neighbors. ���������%. I  keep It in the house all the time  and take it once in a while, no matter how w<$~l I Seel, for one onnceli of  prevention is worth a pound of cure,"  ���������Elizabeth: CAMPtJEiXj 13 St. : Paul  St.,   Lindsay 3 "Ontario.  ; To do any kind*oE work���������and you  Tcnow there is much to be done���������is  next to impossible if you are suffering from some form of female trouble. It may cause your back to ache  or a pain in your side; it may make<  you nervous and Irritable. You may  be able to keep up and around, but  you do not feel good.  pLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound is a medicine for women.  It is especially adapted to relieve ths  ���������cause of these troubles, and restore  tneiu to lio vnml,.health.  A  Community  Cow  Church in North Carolina Has Success  With New Venture  Buying a cow and renting it at $1. a  week to families in the congregation  is how 1he;: Church by the Side of -the  Road iirGreensboro. NC;. is attempting to. provide fresh milk for those  who are unable to" keep cows of their  own. It is a new venture in church  economics, but is -apparently working  out satisfactorily foi* both church and  Congregation. :-.-"���������The"income trom the  one cow is to be applied, we are told,  to the purchase -of "more. cows. .Eventually, and _it^'tlie ' pla\n-_is continued,  the Church by the Side'of the lioad  will have a community herd.���������Literary  Digest.  Aeroplanes In -Saskatchewan  Saskatchewan claims that her air  pilots last year carried far more passengers and flew many more miles  than those of any other province.  During tire year Saskatchewan fliers  carried 3,622 passengers. 2,000 more  than Manitoba the next highest, and  2,500 more than British Columbia.  They flew 95,142 pilot miles as against  64,000 1" Alberta, the next highest. An  agitation is under way lor the establishment "in the province of a Govern-  A   Privileged Character  Motorist Mot Obliged to Possess Skill  And Judgment  An automobile has no rails, no  block signals, no time schedule to  regulate speed. Except in the neighborhood of tojvns there is, for the  most part, no authority that the  driver fears. ~Cet a momentarily un  steady hand or careless eye may result in the death not only of the  driver, hut of the most careful wayfarer he encounters. The motorists,  in brief, should possess many times  the skill,- judgment and stability of  character required by the locomotive  engineer; yet we permit anyone who  can-mount the driver's seat to inflict  his incapacity upon the public.���������New  York Times.  ment  record.  est .xt ir*.  rtr.ti .* ci rt  IF STOMACH IS  TROUBLING YOU  Instantly!     End   Indigestion   .  or Stomach. Misery with        j  "Pape's Diapepsin" j  ittnirii ttit-itr^"^������������������ - -  ���������-*������--*���������**--**-*-  **-Women and the Ministry  The disciplines-committee ol the  Methodist Church has reported  against admitting women to the -ministry, and, accordingly, is several  years behind the legal and medical  professions, Women will have to content themselves in future, as one  bright Methodist woman writer has  said, "in. the humble task of paying  off the church mortgages."���������Calvary'  ��������� Albert an. -   -   ;  Minard's Liniment used by Physicians  '        A  Diplomatic  Doctor  Young     Physician,���������Is     there     any  advice you .can give me?  Elder Medic���������Yes; before prescribing find out your patient's  business. My. first patient, was tlie  golf ehRmpipn of the town and I advised him to take up this game "for  recreation.���������Judge.  PANGS 0FNEURALGIA  This     Painful     Trouble     is     Due     to  Poverty of the Blood  Neuralgia is one of the most painful  maladies that afflicts humanity.     The  trouble is usually seated in the face  or head, following the course of some  nerve, but it attacks other parts of the  body as well.      It is characterized by  acute    pains,    sometimes    steady,    at  others  spasmodic  and  darting.      But  whatever course it takes  the pain is  agonizing    and     almost    unbearable.  Medical authorities agree    that    neuralgia is due to-poverty of the blood  ���������that ...the nerves are  actually being  starved.      It is further agreed that if  the blood is purified and enriched the^  trouble will disappear.      It'"is-for this  reason  that -Dr. Williams'   Pink  Pills  have   been   so    successful in treating  neuralgia.      They    enrich    the    blood  which feeds the stayed, aching nerves  and  thus bring relief to the sufferer,  whose general  health' is also improv-  | ed.      Proof of the value of these pills  i in cases of this kind is given by Mrs.  M. Brown, R.R. No. 1, Warsaw,  Ont.,  who says: "1 have taken Dr. Williams*  Pink   Pills   and can recommend them  as being the best medicine I know of  for neuralgia.      Two years ago I had  an attack of.this  trouble-in the neck  and shout&er. ; vThe repeated  attacks  of the pain we're of such frightful Intensity    that   my   life was almost unbearable. -' I    consulted   two   doctors  and  took their medicine, but  without  ��������� rel ief. -I had taken- Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills years ago, when they helped me  wonderfully, and I decided to try them  again.     Before I had taken more than  ia half dozen boxes the pain had dis-:  appeared,   and   1    have since enjoyed  the best of health, thanks to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills."  You can get these pills through any  medicine dealer or by mail at 50 cents  a box.or six boxes for, $2,50 Trom The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  As soon as you eat a tablet or two  of* "Pape's Diapepsin" your indigestion  is gone! Heavy" pain* heartburn,  flatulence, gases, palpitation, or any  misery from' a sour, "acid stomach  ends. Correct your stomach and  digestion for a few cents. Each package guaranteed by druggist.  OH LIGHT BEATS  ELECTRIC OR GAS  BURNS  9-Hc' AIR  A new oil lamp that gives an aiiia*-  Ingly briUiant. soft, white light, eve-a  better than gas oa* eleciricity. hu- b.r-n.  tested by the "L\S. Government and ~\~>  leading universities and found to be  superior to 10 ordinary oi!, lamps. It  burns without odoi\ smoke or noise-  no pumping up. js simple. clean, aa.***.  Burns 94 per cent, air and 6 :������er c^nt  common kerosene (coal-oil).  The inventor, T. V. Johnson. LTD Mc-  Dermot Ave., Winnipeg, is o?ferinc to  send a lamp on 10 days' FREE *tri.***1.  or even to give one PRIZE to the.first  user in each locality who will help him  "introduce it. Write him loday for  full particulars. Also ask hint to explain how you can get the agency, and  without experience or money niaka  $250 to $500-per month.  Manitoba Market Gard-ens_  What it is hoped will result in great  encouragement fco the market garden  industry In Manitoba is the organization and registration of the Manitoba  Vegetable Growers" Association with u  capital of *100P000.-- The company  will store and ship locally grown garden products offsetting the large wastage which occurs eachryear and the  many sales ; at <iuite unremunerative  prices. :.-.'��������� .* ":;  A   Health Saving  REMINDER:  Grain From Vancouver to Europe i  The first*��������� Canadian grain booking!  made from Vancouver to Europe in  1921 was on October 2Sth. This year  already 56,00'0 tons have been booked  from the Pacific coast port to points  in Europe..  I>o~i't  wait until you get sick���������  -USB  ll-?Pimijl!'8*^ill  Skfc-T^IBH  B BSf  zmmQFPAmz  r^^B  Women and  Asthma.      Women are  numbered among the    sufferers    from  asthma   by   the   countless   thousands.  In every climate they will be  found,  helpless in the grip oi" this relentless  disease unless they have availed themselves of the "proper remedy.      Dr. J.  D.    Kellogg's    Asthma    Remedy    has  brought  new  hope  and: life  to many  such.       Testimonials,     sent     entirely  without    solicitation,    show the enormous benefit it has-   wrought    among  women everywhere.  MONEY ORDERS  It is always safe to send a "Dominion Express Money Order. Fire dollars- costs thr-ss  cents.  To Make Stale Bread New  Do not throw a was*- a stale loaf. By  the following simple method it ean be  made quite appetising-.  Take a clean cloth-and soak it thoroughly in cold water.  Wipe the loaf with the damp cloth  all over until the surface is well moistened  Make the oven properly, hot, and  place the^ wet loal inside. . In about  ten minutes the loaf will be ciuite  crisp and, some people consider, better than when it was new.'  When the outside of the loaf is  crisp to the touch, it is time to take it  out ol the oven.  113   YEARS OLD  QJ END   all   subscriptions   for  ������*ewsiiapei-������-  **-*���������*     and magazines to the oldest, laryc-st.  most reliable agency in*-the world.  113 years ol-d. Lower rates? than elsewhere: ask lor catalogue. A raagaT-.ine  subscription makes an economical, ideal  Xmas Gift.       Try the  Dawson  service.  WM.   DAWSON & SON, LTD.  TORONTO ONT.  (  The  Foreign  Trade  "I'm' from   Chicago,   I   manufacture  Persian rugs."    *       .      -  "I'm   from Chicago mysell","  "What do you manufacture?"  . "Turkish  cigarettes."���������Kansas   City  Journal. ��������� '   ' Z  ">���������  - Canada's Best Buy ~  THE ECONOMY  PACKAGE  ^ j-Z I (LB    IwllWlr   ~* 91 W *b      I Al  <5Hi    MltifrV^I -l\-\ ~%%   (P.   i/x     tL.    Can. 4*0,0 m -0.000     $tCtvr-\  ��������� -r ���������  -~.      0      0 m-mr mrvmafr-tt-Ptm-m- f 14.    t**,1   ^|V*f tJ^tlKS-Hm,      M-mff    S      *% Jk.  Keep* Minard's  Llntnveint fn the  house  Considering the annoyances of life,  a patient, man or woman is entitled  to a great deal of credit.  Ifc' .Millers Worm Powders needed  the support of testimonials they could  be got from mothers who know the  great virtue of this excellent medicine.  But the powders will speak for themselves and tn such a way that.there  can. be no question ot them. They  act speedily and thoroughly, and the  child to whom they are administered  will show Improvement from the first  dose,  Aim Not Perfect  Waiter (to, irate customer).���������Wo  aim to please.  Customer,���������Then I'd advise a little  target priicltce,���������Washington and Le.  Mink,  BEAUTY OF THE SKIN  ia tho natural desira ol every -woman.  ana is obtainable by the use off Dr.  Chase'sOintmenK. Pimples, blackheads,  roughness t~~~~. redness of tha siin.  irrifcatiou and eczema disappear, and.  tho skia is left, soft, smooth nnd velvety.  All dealer*, or Bdrnanson. 33a.tea & Co.,  I-iimited, Toronto. Samnlis trets if you  mention this paper.  "An OH without Alcohol.���������Some oils  and many medicines have alcohol as a  prominent ingredient. A judicious  minKllng of hIx essential oila compose  Dr. ThoiMMHVJJcte-oii'd-c Oil, and there  is no alcohol in it. bo that Its effects  are lasting,  _\_\J I ADC Gatti-orina or bt&wibb this plant.  UULL/md I htx.a sold it .or S24.00 per lb.  ' -" ' It crO-**������ -wild. 1 Brow  il in my hack yard on  , ���������������City lot. I-will teach  '���������'���������SH������������u .Send 10c for  our two books. Sunny Dollar* and th* .  Health Doc lor Book.  BOTANICAL  WIST HAYEK CONN.  The  "Home Comfort"   RANGE  j tl   dow   ������ol<l   to   tia������   u*������r    direct    from   out  factory.  Thousands  of  ta������s������< Ranga*   In  ut*  or*.   H.  { r*-i~t.   ti~*l -"tm  CO������������fi  K-������.Qcoa.  ', Bspatrs for avarr Cams Oomf-ait Banc* mmdm  I mines 18B4 natckly snpp������������d.  1 Tha Wroufht Iroa Rune* Co of Cmnadm.,.  I XJLmited  tlO KtoC St. W. "TOROXTO  The Better Plan  "Don't  you  till ale  aho  should   havo  her voice cultivated?"  "Vs., plowed under."'  Am a vermifuge an effective iirepjir-  otfon Js Mother Graves* Worm Exter-  mluator, ond It *can be Riven to fhe  most delicate child without fear or Injury to the constLtulion.  C6ob*0 GiUnMl Root Cofnpfittii%  JLtrnftt reliabU recru latino  merftostt-g. Bold in (Uras d������*  KM������ *������������st*������ngth--NV l.������ls  Ko. t, tt; No. t. 15 per bo*.  * ���������IJ!J?!,'' Jl_J������*  Bold by y.tli <Lruactkts. or t.t%~  prspald on raeslpk or price.  Vtm. pamphlstu. Addreisi  THK COOK MrDICINE COj  fSlMTflt, eWT. i,Ttem*tim Wlttwi.  Tekln'.-    streets.    Mnllkt*  moat Ctilncsse cUlew,    ure  Htm I kM.  thoHe     ol  wide     and  MUM**  A������U for Minard's a<id tatc������ no ottver  Jnn������rtc������'*������  Plonoar  Doir Itomedtna  BOOK ON  IXM3   DT3EA8Ki������  ���������tid   How  to   Fts-d  Mmilt-d   Fr~-~   (a a.v>  AtStlres-s by til-*  AUtlk&C  H. ctxAx m,ovm%  CO.,   IXO-.  Ml   W������ii   tilth   au,  ��������� t-TerW   Y&rU.   U.H.A,  \V-     N.  1 I Vi THM   -CRESTON  SEYIEW  THE (-RESIGN REVIEW  issued every Friday at Oreston, B.C.  Subscription : S>2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. P. Hattes, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON. B.C., FRIDAY, NOV.   8  Wilds' Creek Road  Memorial Unveiling  In connection with the soldiers5  memorial unveiling exercises on  Saturday, November Hth, the fact  is emphasized that the granite pillar to be dedicated on this occasion  is a Valley testimonial to those  -who fought and fell, and that at its  unveiling every point in the Valley  should be very fully   represented.  This is particularly desired in  connection with the school children  who will figure in the musical exercises of the day, and for whom  space is being reserved by the com-  raittes in charge. .    v  While the occasion is one that  merits the attention of young and  While   at   Kitchener,    possibly.  there may be some  criticism of the  decision to   proceed with   the road  diversion at  Wynndel before making the  needed   improvements   on  the   highway   just    beyond   Goat  Uiver     Crossing,     particularly,   it  must be  conceded, that   Engineer  Ramsay has decided   wisely in giving the Wilds Creek  diversion the  preference   if    climatic   conditions  alone are taken into account.  From present appearances the  Valley is liable to have one of its  joldtime winters and should this  happen to. be the case roadmakin g  at Wynndel can be proceeded with  under almost ideal conditions-  something that is not likely to be  possible in the Kitchener area with  its heavier snowfall and more rigorous weather.   Too, at Wynndel there should be  considerable local labor available,  as w,ell as teams, and following on  By confining the advertising of  the sale stfictly to this locality the  government surely lived up to i&  declared pb3iey~ of land for the actual settler, permanently disposed of  lands that will $ring in $20,000 of  revenue, and added at least that  amount of assessable lands for both  school and provincial taxation purposes.   " * ,---'���������-''  Demands Old Remedies  Assuming that Saturday Night's,  remedy would be efficacious as  affecting the youngsters Mayor  Little (ot Anglican upbringing)  suggests that a much needed reformation might be worked on the  adults if the clergy -would revert  back to the oldtime preaching of  hellfire and damnation   to   induce  folks to renounce tne devil and all  his works, the pomps and vanities  of this wicked world and all the  sinful lusts of the flesh, and to  keep God's holy will and command  ments and walk in  rest of their lives.  s,  the same the  Buy a Memorial Tag,  1     ***| t"1 ������������������ ��������� A.  xts  ��������� _. ���������al: .���������i l   paiuicu S-tLSJ  -trx0.--.rx-.  aCoiitU  that the children���������and all of them  ���������should gather on this occasion in  .the hope that the full signiSeance  of the occasion and the events and  aspirations that produced the mem  orial may be forcefully impressed  upon the young mind. \  During unveiling proceedings opportunity will be given for the  placing of -wreaths at the base of  the memorial. This feature will  not be confined to organizations,  but.it is hoped that all individual  citizens who are so inclined will  make use of the opportunity for the  always pleasing and fitting floral  decoration of the pillar.  For the unveiling the committee  have been particularly fortunate in  securing Rev. J. S. Mahood to de  liver the dedicatory address. He  officiated in -similar capacity in  1917 when the wooden pillar at the  Bank of Commerce corner was un  veiled, favoring with a most timely  and fitting talk; that he will rise  to the bigger occasion on Armistice  Day may be taken for granted.  Also, being quite practical it can  equally safely be said that should  climatic conditions be none too favorable the occasion throughout will  be tempered as to duration to the  comfort of those who attend.  Quite complete details concerning  the unyeiling will be found else  where in this issue, and to avoid  any disruption of the general arrangement for the affair ib is hoped  all interested will govern themselves as outlined by the published  arrangements.  Everybody be on time, and the  school children from outside districts a little early so there will be  absolutely no confusion once proceedings get under way.  a none too prosperous season on  the ranches the few thousand dollars that will be spent on payroll  will be most acceptable all round,  ������rhile for purely local traffic purposes WynndeFsv new highway will  serve a_greater number of actual  residents that would the work done  further east.  The estimates   for next year wil  include sufficient to   take   care   of  both the  Arrow Creek  and Kitch  ener improvements, and   with   the  grant coming forward   this late in  the season for  Wilds Creek detour  surely the best   may be  looked for  next spring   for an early  start  on  work that should put the trail scon  tinental nighway in   such shape as  will eliminate   the   frequent   co  The other day five boys out of  good homes were brought up before the Toronto . police court  charged with housebreaking" and  wilful destruction of property.  The did est of the boys , was ten  years, the others ranged downwards to a child of six. They had  made a forcible entrance into a  house where -n family was on holiday, and had deliberately smashed  np everything within their reach���������  furniture, pictures, china, and  whatever else was breakable, and  after smearing the walls with jam.  they had turned on a water-hose  drenching everything from attic to  cellar, and so damaging the property that parib of it wiii require ro be  rebuilt. --..  In discussing the affair the Toronto Saturday Night asks the  question, "What's the matter with  our youth?" and expresses the view  that what is the matter is too much  *cmovies," too much "comio cuts'*  and too little" ?6f the disciplinary  measures that used to be relied on  to curb the aboriginal savage instincts of the human male.  NOTICE TO  GOAT   OWNERS  Try the Drugstore First  5 Or sheet pad of Linen Waiting  Paper and one pkg. Envelopes...  See our  windows  plaints   of   the   pour   rosus  irOui  Yahk to Kuskanook.  The Land Sale  Is there any  Meat irr the  House?  ThiH i������ the first que*s-  tion that progenia itnelf  tr> the housewife iff an  unexpected victor drops  in for a 'meal. But why  worry ?  Shamrock Bromd  Mams asid Bs-cam  Finest  Qamiiiy  Ctwked Han.  Luf-cfo Meat  Bologna, <firc������  are   ulwaya   to   be   had  ln-.-i'-f*. ~r, rf.f'iilii nothing,'  quite nqvuita "-flhi\.vnror~k'  product*).  Eminently satisfactory in every  detail is quite the unanimous verdict on the auction sale of government lands held here the latter  part of October.  While it  is true that   the prices  obtained   were not  anywhere near  as high   as those obtaining  at the  previous auction in  1908* nor were  there as many parcels disposed qf,  what is of transcending importance  is that the speculative element was  entirely   eliminated   at   this   sale;  that wanted   land was available at  | a moderate price, and   that almost  without  exception the . buyer who  c >uld use the various tracts offered  to best   advantage was-^invariably  the man who   secured   them���������and  generally at ho advance on the upset price.  Everyone also is commending  the lands department ' for the  splendid treatment accorded the returned men who had squatted on  some of tho tracts offered for sale.  In addition to providing that any  purchaser should pay spot cash for  the improvements that had been  made, the Review has it on the  best of authority that the minister  of lands clipped $25 an" acre at  leaBt off the original upset prioe  fixed by appraiser Smith, who valued the lands offered for sale early  "this summer.  Mr. Smith's conduct of the sale,  too, waa all that tho bidders could  desire. In describing the condition of bhe various tracts he was  invariably scrupulously -careful, to  show them up in their true light,  | and tins was particularly noticeable  in hia handling of thoa������ liable to  overflow. There was no desire on  hia part to extract thc big price;  *,.*. *wm r-tq t.h.t' tTjwi flfijurp wa������ Viirl  no timr. wan h>Rt in declaring tho  tract wold.  Buy*���������, Loo, were in a very  friendly wpirit, thf.rc being a,n entire abfj-ruico almout ofthe norn-otmio  bidding ag^ainut ono .another io  wnniUn t.hn fellow pay for any particular aro a ht������ might dewiru.  fure&reci  Toggenburg Buck  at Stud  -���������'j "--���������     '".v*.      *   .  Liocal Does, -:$-3?'-   Does, per Express  '.'���������' (prepaid) $5.     *.-������������������!-.. -.. ��������������� -  Ltd.  Mail Orders a  Specialty*  Phone Service :��������� v,  Prompt Attention  1  1  P. G. EBBUTT,  CRESTON.  Am MBrmtamlli  Shoe ami Hatr*nes8  Repairing  Men's  Half Soles, $1.25  Women's Half Soles, $1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.'  Secondhand Store in connection  with business  We w6uld-'^^.fefe^:ji>iaciiig orders how for  y..-. ���������-KruitvvSoxi&^i^ \ ayo������*ilAe^usI& .afidU^,  possible    disappointment   later   oil.  ,��������� We will ������>e able to give a very low  price delivered to the orchard, and  will give till Nov. 1 to paj^ for thew.  Canyon City Lumber Compaq  LIMITED  E3       ^S^BBs -^��������� fflff/H'flgi^flfMg ^^njSng-  A shipment of Jaegar A!!������Wool Goods from England  an  Boys'Goat Sweaters, size 26, 3.00; size 28, 3.25; size 30, $3.50  CMMkii's Sweaters  Size 20, in white, saxe and navy���������..;....$1.50  Size 22, in saxe, navy and brown  1.75  Size 24, in brown, navy and saxe  2.00  Size 26, navy and brown  2.25  Size 28, navy and brown  2.50  Size BO, navy and brown  2.7ft  Size 82, navy and brown   3.00  Men's Sweaters and Sox  Men's Sweater Coats, in grey and .  heather ,. 6.00 and ���������$ 7.50  Men's Sleeveless Sweaters......  E>.qQ  Men's Heather Sox ..75c. and 1.00  Men's Black Cashmere Sox...75c. & 1.00  Men's   Black   Sox '.in Bilk   Embroidered  .'..*... ..*.  ...!.���������'...���������.. 1.25  * i '..      ���������- '  Ladies' Hose in black, brown and heather mixture.  ���������' . .; I  '  .        ��������� . ' ' I  Ml.  Ask for an Illustrated Jaeger Catalogue and Price List  Mf% n ai%#.  PAN i  LIMITED __m  .-<������?-������  =-*-  THE  CBESTON  REVIEW  j  ���������.    ipepsitef      &  * Minimum price ot' flrst-ctess laafi  reduced to $& aa acre; seeoafi-daaa tc  ���������13.60 an acre.  Fre-eipption now -confined to surveyed lalids only.'  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for aarlcuttural purposes  and -which la non-timber land.  '^Partnerships pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arranKe for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary Improvements on- respective  claims. &   .      Pre-emptors must ocoupy claims for  five years and make Improvements to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing: and cultivation of at least B acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  "Where pre-emptor In occupation not  less than 8 years*, .and has made proportionate improvements; he may, because of\lll-healtn, or other" caufie������ fee  granted*. Intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer hja claim:     ~^  Records without pernSanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvement^ to eStiesnt of  $300 per annum and rec4iMte-6&me each  year. Failure to make* improvements  or record same wW^'������jferatfe &b>forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained In  'ess than 6 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, jnciuttiffcr; 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required. &  Pre-emptor holding Crown ^rant  s-Kay-rsBor^ another pferenipftion, _������ he  requires: land In conjunction with his  fi__tnZ* without actual occupation, pro- :  wldedA; statutory improvements made  an** ;restden<;e -maintained on. Crown  '. gl^itsa^lj^a^ymgy^.'',-���������*..-��������� l-?.-.l':l?���������''"'   ���������'���������"_   '  srfSisus wisyiw ^i-eas, hot eacceeoins 5i&  wwes. may be leased as homesTtea;  title to be obtained after fulflUlr������ resl-  .aentlal and improvement conditions,  For graslna and industrial purps&eo  P3*"**5���������5. ���������ww-B-edSiK -*-\t acres may bo  leased tar one^cerao& or company.  ; ���������-Sfl  Courage of Marge O9Doone  It begins ors h= fcranscontinetst-al feraia  snowbound on the edge of the Arctic,  a scene that already, summons a thrill.  David Kalne. a young man who has  "lost himself," is running away,from  the misery and tragedy of a shattered  romance.  Then comes thrill on thrill, adventure topping on- adventure in that  vast wtaHe arena-- of-the-frozen north  that breaks the hearts and sinews of  men. It is a smashing- story, of surprise and suspense, of primitive men,,  beautiful, courageous women, fierce  huskies and malerautes. a 'thrilling  fight between grizzly bears, a grueling  battle between men for the possession  of a woman, the' flight with the girl*  jthe last stand���������and then :a thundering,  climax beyond all anticipation.  A masterpiece of dramatic writing  ^hat^ has been: turned into a. master*  piece motion picture.  This is "The Courage oi. Marge  Q'Doone." the powerful story , by  James-Oliver Curwood, which Vita-  graph has niade into a wonderful pic-  turei a gem of the first water. It will  be shown on Nov, 4th at the Grand  Theatre.   ,   <  mixlii  Best materials.      First-class work.      Reasonable Charges.      Prompt seraiee*  E. W. J1YCKEWAN,  Mill,  one _  factory.  or  os  timber land  not   exceeding   40  acres  -may be purchased; conditions include  mpai  Industrie m:  tost  _.~~ It!������]  payment of stumpag-e. .  Natural hay meadows Inaccessible  by existing roads may' b* purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them.   Rebate of one-naif of cost of  Hr*4_Amv4m    ttrtl.-     _*     &���������Zl*������._ _ -  Christmas in England  I  HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Tuesday, the 7th day of November, 1922, at the .hour of 10 a-m.. at  the Courthouse, Neleon, B.C., I shall offer for sale at public auction the mineral claims in the list  hereinafter set out, of the persons* in said "list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said  persons on   the 30th -stay of   June, 1922, and for costs  and   expenses, if  the total   amount due   is  ��������� < not sooner paid. **   ?Zi..---y  -n-?-?-  The Collector will be pleased So receive  any information respecting the: following  was a member qf the Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits of - Section 29  list where the owner  of the '^Taxation Act  A;  .....A   fim_Ji,t&** ***** ~-*~t~S~ii i  t Apt, J9I8,"  road, not eatceodln^r  price, is mado.  half of purchase  PRE.  GRANTS  emptors9    tmrns.  rAGT.-zz:  The spopa of this Act Ee enlarged to  sng with. His MaJeaty*o feraes.    T&e  time within wlikjfa the heirs or devisees  2L^??*?eaa*t?r,s P'f-eaaptQKuSnajrv apply  tot  title .-jajader  t~Hi~i   ������& t^P^t~~~~-^  from for one year from"the death"������*?  such  person,   aa formerly,   until  one  year after the conolugtas ������* t2ss srssa-nt"  war.    ThiS pi������viXe������������ 1������ also made -si  troactlvo- a?  , ���������.;Na,feea ��������� EieBat5nk.ti>' pra^a-ptlcns^are  _\*3dK Paya2>to$y 8Sdl^ra^on pre-  emp>tfone ressorded-sStaae.- Jaae f������ fsis  Taxes, are remttteig foa������ ��������������������� ������r^i  ' Pr^visldn-fo)^ return of "moneys ac-  S'HSvV. ������U|t**; afsa b������en pai������ since Augiast  ������,,; 1SX4,, .on account .of r^ynssnte. f-esa  ortaxes cm soldiers* pz������_-������mptioskZ  interest on agreements to purchase  WPi.'S ott|r lots J5*14 *>* members^  Atlisd SVsrees,, or dependents, acquired  direct or indirect, remitted from ������*-  Ustment to March 31. aw������;        p^y-     ^  % ' tAN03.   .  ' FroviisI������^-:. roadfi, ; rW:Li|������suaise6V s'ef *.  ���������CTown graxsta to sisb-purehasers "^  Grown I^ands, acquiring rights from  purchasers who failed to eonuriefie  purchase, la^otving fdstfeKure, on^ul-  nllmect of conditions of purchase, In-  terest .and* taxes. -���������-��������� Where s-ub-purcaas^  ers d������ sm^ ciahn wht^le os oriffinai parcel. p.u������At&������������ prloe due and tazes may  over  initst   bo  be   distribute  whole   made;by Sffoy  (5  ..., , SBI������A������3N������B. . .  Gractasf Act. IBIS, for eyot^atic  development of livestock industry ������8*o-  vides for sraslns districts and rswige  administration -under Oommlealoner  ~^nvA~+grn-Ans permits Issued based  on numbers ranged; pcUaritsr for estab-  Ushed owners; Stock-o-wners may  form Associations for ransre management, mpan, or partialiy free, Rermlta  for sottltm, campers or travelie-rs.  to ten h������uL  A visit to the Old Country Is something' that a great number of people  are giving thought to at this season  ofthe year, ancl many have already  made plans to reach their friends in  tisne for the Christmas and Hew Year  Season.,  Canadian L Pacific -Steamships are  deservedly popular fov this ta-ip and to  give extra special accommodation for  thoae who are going overseas this seas>  on, the Canadian Pacific Bail way has  -ai^ranggrt for a spscssl train to connect  with the S.3. "Montcalm" sailing  St. John, Tuesday, December ������2th.  Through, tourist sleepers will be oper-  erated-from Edwontoei at 10 p.m.  Thursday. December 7th and from  Oaigary -at 1.35 a.nic ITridav Decenjher  8th,' making connection with this  special train leaving Winnipeg 'd.20  a,E2, DeceEnberSth.  Specia-1 lonsist sleepers from ChI  gary, Ed,mpnton, via. regular  will also- be operated in connection  with the sailings from St. John of the  SJS.'^^ibntrb^^bniD^entiBer 1st, SiS.  "Vicftorion" December 7th. S.S. "MeS-  ita" Decemb^f 9fch; S.S. "Jlgetagama"  Deceanber 15th, ��������� ~  All these tourist sleepers run right  to the shipV side no changes, no in-  <:onvenienee. They are the gang  plank to the steamer.  ..    -. * (:*    .J.        -' ��������� "*-...  LIST OF  PROPERTIES  NELSON MINING DIVISION  E^ame of Owner  Name of Claim  Lot Nc.   Taxes    Costs      Total  Frac  Eureka Copper Mines Ltd,".. .......��������� Alhambra  Matthew, 0. et al -. .���������....__  Alma  N.  ...^���������. ....-, ...:������������������..  Waish'8 E. (Estate of) & Connolly, W... Agness   .������������������.^..u.....:.....��������� x^.....-...^.-.  Hi^et, J. B.:  ... :.x .. Blue Stone ..���������...  ...  Rivet, J. H. ���������............���������...���������..... ....ZZ...., Black   Stone   ������-..-������. - ..-���������.  Eureka Copper Mines I������tfi.  .....  ..... Champion ......���������.~iZ .......���������.���������.......������������������..  Ainsworth, S. ~y.-Z.l0~.00.���������. ..  Copper King'..w...^......���������������Z~lZ���������..:...  Trail Cfeek Hidden Treasure G.M. Co. Courtland  ~  ~.-...-.���������...   Baltimore C M. &, HZ Co. ....  Copper  lers, up  Wragge, E. G. ���������...���������...���������,.._.....���������������.  Flumerfelt, A. C. .... ���������_:;_...  Flumerfelt, A. C.  .....   Wragge, "B. C. .. .s....���������...,.   Porter,   H.   ~~~_-~~~~ZLii~~i~~_~~. '..  Sureka Copper Mines lAxL Z~  I Wragge, B. C. ~~p~~-~~~~~ :..  trains 1 Schogield������ J- -K. et al ���������   Desharnais, N. & Bo^er, J. ...  Flxuaerfelt, A. C. ���������. _.  Bureka Copper Min.^|I.tdr. ..  Eureka Coppei MinescLitd. ..  Relief Mines Ltd. -... .  Baltimore <S. M. & IX Co*. ~~  Johnson,, I. G. .-.   Read, J. B. et al ~   Leo. B. C. Mining Cm.   ZLj-JL J  Lopl Orarsptodp Je. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall."*rVi8itingbrethren cordially invited.  BiftIC OLSON W.M.  BB  .' v.,  SBSSSSSSS  S333  lieii You /-Remit.-Money  For remitting money anywheres, Bank Drafts and  v Money Orders are without eqiiiil for safety and convenience. If you wash io 'ftead money abroad, buy a  Dratft from the ImpeiiaS Bank of ���������ansula. For sum������  ���������ap to fifty dollars Imneriffil Ba^k M^ney Orders are  the most convenient and Economical,  na  I Ni PER1AJL   EAISIK:  Wragge, B. C,  N. Desharnais & Boyer, J, -&. T. et al..  Flumerfelt, A. C. '-..~_-Z~Z-~.~....~~.~..r..   Wragge* B. C ~- .s*...~f.~... ..���������   Sheep Creek Bonanza Mining Co. ........   Planet  Sheep Creek Bonanza Mining Co.   Planet  Relief Mines Ltd. .... .     Relief  Trail Creek Hi^den^Treasure Co  Relief Mines Ltd. ~ZZZ....  1���������  Cumberland    ...   ..���������l ....~  -XfvXtiOr ������������������������>*aa.a������4������������->K������*>-k*������**a>*>������*B mm~.mm~������+mmmmmmmmmm_.-m.m*m.m~0m~  Dexter Frac ...0.............. .....���������... ,.~m,   Evening ..������������������: .........._.. .rx-.���������. ���������.......  Farnham    . .....  Free Silver ......;..-..���������........���������...: .. .   Golden Eagle .... .   Gold Leaf JNo. 2 .... . .. ...... J..  Gold -t~esA-T~^c^Z,i~~Z.^..^  " G-rand "Uaioa' '.......ZyZZ-ZirZx-Z..Z..ZuZ...r  Humming Bird .^....;.....i...^.���������..;.i.���������_i!^���������:.^:  75^ngi,yi-;;Maii'.';>.....^...l..w......;.-...^���������^_���������....i..r..  lUCO -\~-r_* MH*������������.������.H.������.������*n*.n.������aMH(n*wktH������.-Mii>������>tH-ikH  Morning   .....?...���������.....~.~..���������Zy....ZZLriu.~Z^~\..  Norah, .........������������������.. .... .���������.... .................  Oro Fino ..... ... , ...-^..Z.���������  __.   CLC/ Jl & i\_> aK������H\������������*-**������**������*> >->������������������������������������������*������.*������������������������**���������->������������������'���������->'������������������������>��������� ������������������������**-������������������������������������������ m~1������m.  4651  .    9174    *  6030  SG54  .  90S5 ���������':���������'���������  4648  417  .    3436  .    3429  .      904  .    2012  .   2013  .    4206  .^5152  .    5552  ..      103  ..5433  'I-   5581  ..    1S45A  ...12457  ..12458  "ZZ-   24'67'-  Z-P&m.-:  j~i:Z~\tB~~\-y  Pi-  2462  .1- 43(&  .. 104  .5580  .. 2011  .. 903  .11745  $ 1.2S  1C.50  6.50  13.00  l^lOO  12:75  3.25  10.00  11.50  5.25  13.00  1.25  5.25  11.00  13.00  5.25  11.50  11.75  , Z-X.1-  '   .4^75  10.75  ?  No. 2 ............... ;.j 0..~.0..Z...^ 11746.  Frac.  .. xx . ,  2469  Hockford ...................... .      3435  Secosid Relief ..���������  .. _..":  2463  French, T. R. .....:'.Zi........    Shenango     Relief Mines Ltd  Star  Shine ........  Desharnais K. & Boyer, J. & T.  Standard   ���������....  Sheep Creek Bonanza Mining Co '..   Standard^. ....  Eureka Copper Mines Ltd.    Toronto .. ...  im.mmmmmt't'm.mmmammmmmmmmaima.mmmaaia.-mmtat*   .am -      ���������. l*X*V\J' UV-Qft         ���������������������*���������������������������������������������<  A. Z...y....     Venus Z....   McHlroy, F.  .....  Hutchinson, R.  Hutchinson, R.  Bureka Copper  A. ... Z.....:    Venus  Mines Ltd. >.i    Viking       T.....  ..;.... 4758  ��������� .���������������������������������������������������������������ii**'i������'i'ia>a>*HHa*<>'>nMH>H������H<<>������ ������9vV  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������*->��������� ������*-^*������������4a>������**a������*v������*t>k ���������������������������������������������.���������*������-��������� QOQm  .. ...... .;.:...... .... ... 1174*    ..;...:. ...j . 4646    . .  5476    : ~~u ._ 5150  Frac ���������. ...  2418  Frac  .  4649  Trail Creek Hidden Treasure G.M. Oo..   W. J. Bryan .... . .    3434  7.50  13.00  13.00  4.75  10.25  9.75  q.oo  8.25  7.00  1.00  12.76  10.75  17.00*  7.60  11.25  9.00  13.00  13.00  11.75  4.25  5.25  8.25  3.75  3;75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3,75  S.75  3^75  f.76  3.75  3.75  ��������������� we  o������tv  3.75  3.75  3.76  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75"  3*75  3:75  S.75  3.75  3.75,  3i75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3,75  3.75  3:76  3.76  3.75  S.75  3.76  3.76  3.75  $ 5;00  14.25  10.-2&  " 16.75  .16^75  16.50  7.00  13.75,  15.25  9i00  C AA  VA.vr-tr  "' 93H-  14.75  16.75  15.2$  14.00  15.60  15.59  . J8.60  14.50  id.oo,  1^S5  1R76  16175  8.50  14.00  -.aaJBO.'  7.76  12.O0  10.75  4.75  16.50  14.50  20.75  1L25  15.00  12.75  16.75  16.75  15,50  8.00  9.00  12.00  /  TRAIL GREEK" MINING -DIVISION  Name of Owner  -Name of Claim  Lot No.   Taxes    Costs      Total  C. W, AL&AJN,  GEESTON BRANCH,  Forteath, S,  -.-.. ; .'.  Abhacorhe Fraction  LIbhy, H. F. & Simmons V. O  Alice L.   McCraney, H. P  Big Chief No. 2    Abbott, J. L. Or. .;..���������.,.;........  C. and  C   Rossland Kootenay Mg. Co .'  Columbia      1860  4331  1284  992  694  JMoBsagor.  .IEk~  Recording Milk Proiiiictioim  DOHS earla cw te ������zr������������ &������*& ������aaa  hcrkcepJ  Thus Milk Htcord Book whldb -will Imi  mdfll help yoa to keep track e~t ^ubwa-HU  pioductlon of ymir anltwalt*   " am  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  i|_  PAID-UP CAPiTAl-  EESERVC FUND  Cf. f%. Bennett.  S1S.0O0.0M  $15,000,000  Mana������rer.  Roaf, J. R  ....������    Comatock     6864  RoBBland Kootenay Mg.^tCo    Copper Jack     1185  Campbell, A. B. et al    Gem  i���������............     984  Nelbergall, Albert -......:������.   Glendalo   Z.   11137  Rossland Kootenay Mg. Co    Golden Chariot       691  Rossland Kootenay Mg. Co.   Great Western       692  Forteath 9., & Barnes, J.    Heatherbell   ...^     1499  Willlums, S. L.    Highland      1049  Nelbergall, A   Independent  , ��������� 111S6  InUnd Empire M. & Mg. Co. Ltd    inland   Empire     3880  Nelbergall, A    Inland Frac. .-  11166  RoBBland Kootenay Mg.- Co., Ltd    Kootenay ......        697  RoBsland Kootenay Mg. Co., Ltd    Kootonay Frac ������ ���������    1198  Coitfey, T. 3. et al .     Laet Chance      9SC  Edmondson, T. M.    Llghttoot    3387  Forteath S. & J. Barnes    Livingstone      1500  Robtaaon, C. B. A Porth, L. E    Lone Star  ~ - ���������.    4076  Coif?ey, T. J. et al ,    Mammoth      985  Gault C. R    Ma������eot ,    1344  Rossland Kootonay Mg, Co., Ltd    Nickol Elate  j.i        637  Rosaland Kootentty Mg. Co., Ltd    Ore-or-no-go         696  Nelbergall, A    Bn-ginaMr .-.    3879  Inland Empire M. & Mg. Co    Saginaw Frac    38B1  Johnson, 33. et al  ,    St. Lawrence  ���������    1197  Coffey, T, J. et al   Tiger ~     926  Rossland Kootonay Mg. Co., Ltd    Tip Top ~.     798  Coetollo, W. M. ......:���������.    Trilbry ,.���������.    1626  Coffey, T. J. ot al .:   "Uncle flnm      983  Cameron, T. II, & McCrea, W. S   Viking - -      4916  Hlebergall, A   WuBhfingtoni    11138  , H. R. '  -.*������������������.������        s  Dated at Neleon, B. C. this 7th day of October, 1922. , . _       ���������,....  2.00  3.75  6.r. 5  10.25  3.76  14.00  11.50  3.75  15.25  3.25  3.75  7.00  4.00  3.75  7.76  11.76  8.75  16.50  5.25  3.75  9.00  9.50  3.75   k  13.25  6.25  3.75  10.00  11.50  .8.75  15.25  3.25  3.76  7.00  9.50  3.75  13.25  12.75  8.75  16,50  12.75  3.75  16.50  13.00  3.75  16.75  .50.  3.75  4.25  6.25  3.75  9.00  .25  3.75  4.00  7.75  3.75  11.60  2.25  3.76  6.00  2.50  3.75  6.25-  12.00  8.75  15.76  5.25  3.75  0.00  11.00  3.76  14.76  4.76  3.75  8.50  .50  3.75  4.25  13.00  3.75  16.76  S.6U  3 76  7.26  7.75  3.7G  11.60  6.76  3.75  10.50  9.00  3.75  12.75  12.00  K.7C  15.76  P.30  3.75  12.26  11.75  3.75  16.50  13.00  3.7G  16.76  OWNSBND,  Provincial Collector. 2������HE BJ&VIEW* CICESTON. B. C*  As   fresh   and   sweet   as   fhe  morning breezes fresua tike ssaoss-ntaiaas  and the plains.  ���������99  16  A   Brigtt  Outlook  ' National pride and confidence in Canada should be cultivated by ���������every  Canadian citizen whether native-born or Canadian by adoption. There is  everv reason whv Canadians should be proud or and have confidence in their  country, and those reasons are never more* evident than during the period  which has elapsed since the war. and as time passes they are becoming clearer  and stronger- '   ���������������. ��������� __ ; ��������� ���������  Few countries, il" indeed any. quite so successfully navigated the first  two or three years alter the Armistice. Canada had ir.s financial worries, its  industrial depression, its strikes.-but these were in every respect, less severe  than in other countries. In fact. ��������� but lor several years of repeated crop  failures over considerable areas o-P-the .prairie provinces, which intensified  the financial problem and' because of reduced buying power operated to increase unemploymnr and thereby encouraged a feeling, of unrest, it is doubtful if Canada's industrial depression and labor unrest would have been very  noticeable. The Dominion, however, passed through the* first and most difficult years of the aft*u*-the-v.-ar ' reconstruction period wiih ease, when compared with other counta-ies.  Conditions in Canada are now steadily improving, and our position both  nationally and individually is ful! ol promise. Striking proof of the growing  confidence ot Canadians in thoir own Dominion was shown in connection with  the recent Conversion Loan of the Federal Government when present holders  of maturing Vic tor v Bonds took advantage of the offer to exchange the same  lor a new issue so generally .that .practically"'the full ajxiount was thus provided for and the Minister of Finance will not he obliged to rely upon foreign  capital. Canadians have thus demonstrated that, not only were they-r-wiUing.  to purchase their country's securities to win the" war. hut they are just as willing to buy such securities in time of peace.  Of all national currencies which went to a heavy discount in the United  States during and immediately following the war, the Canadian dollar was  the first to recover and get hack to par.  The trade of Canada is steadily expanding, and doing so in the most  healthy fashion. That, is to say. the marked increase in the total trade of  the Dominion being noted from time 1.0 "Time consists almost entirely of an  .increase in export trade. imports are remaining stationary or slightly decreasing, thus showing xha.i ihe Dominion is becoming more and more self  contained and reliant, while its credit rises throughout, the world. More and  more Canada is attracting capital and drawing'gold from other lands, while  at the same time we are obliged to send less money out of the country to  meet international obligations.  A wonderful impetus to (his movement will undoubtedly result, from this  year's bumper crop in the West-���������the largest, it. is now said, in the history  of the Prairies, and even greater in volume than the record breaking crop ot  1915.  The deficit in ihe operation of the National Railways is steadily decreasing, and while it may take some years yet to place that great system in a  position where it will he able 10 pay all its fixed charges, the day is approaching when it will more than <���������**���������;> rn its operating expenses and leave a small  surplus to apply on capital elu-trges. There is a growing feeling of optimism  regarding tlie road's future.  Building operations throughout thc Dominion this year have" reached a  total only comparable with some of the best pre-war years, and&i all lines of  industrial activity thM*j is a marked increase in business ancl a consequent  lessening of unemployment. In fact, the report from some of the Western  labor bureaus is now 10 the eiT*>ri that there are more jobs offring than there  are applicants for them.  Debt liquidation is proceeding apace and a stronger, healthier financial  situation steadily developittEr. There i.-> nothing in the nature of a boom in  evidence, ami certainly no ou-������ having the best interests of the Dominion at  heart desires to see anything ot" that nature develop. Thvre is, however, a  sar.e. subr-Jant.Ia; botLennen-t taking place, and all indications i>oini lo a continuance of this throughout ihf coming year.  Apart irom ir**-- debt paying possibilities, the chief value of the 1922 Western crop I-** its the restoration ot confidence among thousands of people who, Jt  i::u:-aI -'L'anli'.v be adnu*w-d. uor-- becoming somewhat discouraged. While the  h-ounH-'U' yi^'.d.-- 'Ids j e;;r ar * -,.-? e\'eeptiori to the rule ,they have also deinoti-  .-:���������*!-.������ted thai th.-> vrvyJ*un y*-..i-r recently experienced are also an exception.  Mivre rtnrni.ii Tim*-*.- are ah-^ail. .md with renewed confidence the Canadian  people -va~ v.*':-:, i'.-Ii -.i.-.u.i 1 :i'.nr:i������o ability and energy build a prosperous  fU*Ut'-'*  for i'lerus^lves and lh>-"ir country.  The Orient liner Ophir, -7,000, tons,  in which the King, then Prince ,. of  Wales, made his ISmpire tour in 1901,  has be'en tcmed from the Clyde to be  broken up at Troon, Ayrshire.  The Department oi" Trade aud Commerce is* planning to open an exhibition and sales room in Shanghai,  China, in the interests of Canadian  manufacturers and exporters.      '  The police have discovered in caverns'inside * the estate of the Duke of  Aroldi, Palermo; Sicily, a gang of  forgers who had printed more than a  million bank notes, Including ILS. dollars. .  For driving to the. common danger  and not having an effective silencer  on his motor-car. Victor Robert Dill,  a visitor from London to the Isle of  j Wight, was fined ������20 and his license  suspended foi* six months.  Republicans seized a steamer off  Westport, in the County of Mayo, Ireland, and forced the crew 'to take the  vessel to Newport, of the sarlie county,  a point held by the Republicans*' There  they unloaded 400 tons of flon* and  then allowed the ship to proceed ro  ���������Liverpool.  Cheques of ������20 each were presented at Bow Street Police Court recently to Police .Constables Marsh, Savers  (who was on_crutch.es owing to" a-bullet-wound),-Bush and Duff, who arrested the two men who murdered Field-  Marshal Sir Henry Wilson outside his  home last summer.  Manslaughter In  2nd Degree  Using a razor���������had stuff���������but. many  people do it/for their corns. The  only remedy that is painless and sure  is Putnam's Corn Extractor, which  does remove warts and corns, cleans  A  I   I he looacco or ^uatii ty J  a rid  in packag es  them  i-io-tW  - -tr* ..m  >ff.      rtei'use  25c everywhere.  A     grouch  made vocal.  is  just  liver   complaint  Estimates  Canadian   Wheat  Yield  -.  Canada's official estimate-of wheat  production for 1922, issued by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics and based  ob conditions at the end of August,  was38S,773.G00 bushels, as against  30(LSd-8,1 00 bushels last year. Subsequent estimates* ii is believed, will  ���������tend to increase these figure considerably, as conditions in ihe wheal grooving areas.'subsequent to Sept. 1 were  very   favorable  t.o   heavier-fields.  .   Advice   ���������  Salesman.���������Pardon me, -sir,. I have  an attachment for your typewriter.  Manager.���������Well, don't bother her  during working hours.���������-Notre Dame  Juggler. .' ..'".':;  ,"���������  Hall's Catarrh Medicine  who  are  in  a ."run down"  are  in  a���������"run flown"  cpn-  ���������'en   'vrlll   itotlce   thai   Catarrh   bothers  them mtich ���������  WORDS OF PRAISE FOR  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  No medicine " receives such great  praise from thankful mothers as do  Baby's Own Tablets. Once a mother  has used them for her little, ones she  will use nothing else.. The Tablets  are a mild but thorough laxative. They  regulate the bowels and stomach;  drive out constipation and indigestion; relieve colds and simple levers;  promote healthful sleep and make  teething easy. Concerning them Mrs.  Omer LeBIeu, Maddingfon Falls, Que.,  writes:���������"I am well satisfied witlr  Baby's Own Tablets and will always  use them for my little ones." The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville. Ont.  Dye Old Skirt  Coat, Dress In  -Diamond Dyes  Each package of. "Diamond Dyes"  contains directions so simple any woman can dye or tint her worn, shabbj"  dresses, skirts, waists.^coats, stockings, sweaters, coverings, draperies,  hangings, everything, even if she has  never dyed before. .JBuy ���������"Diamond  Dyes"���������no other kind���������then perfect.  home dyeing is sure because Diamond j  Dyes are guaranteed not to spot, fade,}  streak, or run. ������������������ Tell your druggist  whether the" material you wish to dj-e  is wool or silk, or whether it is linen,  cotton or mixed goods. -  Those  diti  more than when they are in  good health. This fact proves that  while Catarrh is .a. local disease, it ia  greatly influenced by constitutaona! conch tions. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is* a Tonic and acts through: the  blood upon the mticous surfaces of the  body, thus reducing the Inflammation aijd  assisting- Nature in restoring .normal conditions.*       -*-  ..,-���������?J'      -.���������:*.���������'������������������������������������  All OruggSsts.      Circulars free.  F. J.-Cheney & Co., Toledo, -Ohio.  German engineers have estimated  that the rivers and lakes of Southern  Bavaria could be. made .to produce  200,000 hydro-electric horsepower.  No one need endure the. agony of  corns, with Holloway"s Corn Remover  at hand to remove.them.  It Is easy enough to make a noise  in this world; getting an encore is  the hard part.  Japanese Eat Octopuses  The octopus  i.s    highly    valued  Japan as an article of rood.  ���������_- ��������� num.i-U4JJ.Miix 1 j i... ���������...������������������.. ���������. i- 'i ii1.1'1��������� ���������'. '."i. - -  in  -He Would Answer !  Fanner.���������Are     you     going to     be j  here long, sir? j  Painter*^<who is sketching in the:  farmer's field).���������Why do you ask?         ]  Farmer.���������Because,    HiP you are,    Ij  won't trouble to set    up    my scare-j  crow today.���������London Opinion. j  For Fascinestmg Eye~*  make the use of Murine a  daily habit. ThiaTRfr-eshing  . eye lotion soon makes eyetclear,  radiant, beautiful! Harrnle**.  EnioYsbte- Sold by all drosBlst*.  jilH~f}-  INEL*  EVES  Selling  Royal   British  Yacht  Purthsmt'   Must   Not   Bc  -of   E ;���������'. ��������� E n tf :n y  Nationality  ru>, a I      \ iichi.   Ab-xami r.r   1 he  Tl;-  i'f 1 ���������/ j i- i 11 ���������  rtn.ii    n\'   Kiricf      Kdwur-I      *-*l\.  CASTORIA  For Enfants and Children,  Bn Use For Over 3������ Years  Always beam      m*mm/2 . .^.mwimm*  the  Signature of  i cos i.s iln> Oriii^li tlovernnient 5125,000  j a yen r lo riuHnuiln. Hence a he Is  i s-rion in hv* fttlered i'or sale. Kin;;  ! C-corw has anoih-t'r yacld, ihe Vic-  ! lorhi iind Aibon, wlil-Hi will be retuitv  ! ,d.  lln*     lUXtll'JOUS     fltil I.1RS-  .Vlexarnlru    will   be   it;  Hale,    which is to be  ion   except      Ihat     lhc  nm     ot   ev-enemy   nn-  \  I'irl null,**,    nil  ���������m    board   tin1  eluded    in     lhe  vvli-lioul    j-i-.'Kirlc  plli'^li.'is'T     he  lionaJlly.  JQiJhL mi ^&ir   Mr    -4^- Jm mt Mm__      ^JmL  tt~>  t=ft,,.%^--''?^.  ~m,,~- I ,"������a  I ~04t  S������*.*������S,1*2i!  w  zKQQpyQifr  The Oil of Power.���������11. In not claimed  lor Iir. Thomas* r>leol i*3c Oil that il  wilt iciui.'d> -fi-er.i <JI. intl Its iihi'h ai'e  so \;irfrmi:--; iiuij. ii  amy be looked upon  uh a ������i?neral fat-u killer. It htiu ac-  hh-v*>:*d Hi mi uvi'ui m*HH tor Itself urnl  lis cr:vcell������**nc������*������  in   kn-rtwii     to    all     who  ha . >��������� N-'.-.U'ii i..-. kliiucw and leiirnod by  ���������'S'ii**1! I'Tire.  dJTVCSi C?JL ''JnCcULfLAlV  ^������wttif%i9k _$._W_*___\������5^oiw^lk.rffhjitt*  T������rfc������sh   Settl-emenfc  11    *..    11 rn h*t' ''' i'id   * !ia .  (���������I'lvpil   in  <*jfliclitt  ������|unrtei  irnlic:r;p   i'h<4i   atj  hue n     |ii"������'j'.?Uf -t'*i  niiiorniL;    ilu  f'*������!i'Hlii .'ini'l  .*#  i  P's.nfjes   Mo.lsmi  ,1"'    '"h-,*.;. .an.-.   ji*  in   r.otidou,  4'cc^lNvnl   effect   lmn  i>.\     Muhlem     ieeUn^  Mol.i:.-un/i*nNl'ii������v**-   In    Indtu.  \l I'lllird'JtlMl,  ,11 s  li   l't*H\l{\  of  r.ti'lll    :\x,i I-I-IIMMII .  W.    JS..  11*4..:  M trt,irtl".������  Llni������nH>rtt  Lumhermsti-'m  IN  THE  plump kernels, of wheat  -and  bnrley Nature plants the  seeds oFtuimnn energy, which man himself must utilize in order to  ciijay a harvest of health.  These nutritious grains are carefully selected and gcieritificnliy converted tnlo crisp, delicious Grape-Nuts, which provides the nutritive  ancl mineral elements that Nature intended for the use of man.  The 20-hour baking process partially prc-dirfestji the starch and  makeet Grape-Nuts a rich and delicious food which digests easily and  assimilates quickly,  Try a dish of crisp and crunchy Grape-Nuts with^ good ricli milk  for hreiakfas-t or lu-nch. Grape-Nuts also makes delicious pudding for  your dinner,' It is wonderfully sustaining and satisfying these brisk  November days, ..- . j  B OEM- mJPQks mIym QLA6L%3^  FOR HEALTH "ThcT^S ���������1 ReO$OYln  ,~~ *   -Mf^i-Ttw***' T";  ������������.,*'.i  ..i  ^fipni-f  Mado by Cauuidtaa I*o������tutn Cer������al -Co.* Ltd,, 4S Vront St., E., Toronto. Vaotorfi WlndiOr, Ont.  i laims Actio:  ovsrnmeirt Was  Beneficial To  -O-  Toronto.���������The Federal Government  would not be justified in obtaining lhe  complete satisfaction.of one group at  the price of causing unrest and discontent in ihe -western provinces, de--  clared Hon. Thamos A. Law, Fedti.il  minister without portfolio, in addressing the Dominion Millers' Association,  at their, annual banquet. He was defending 1 he-'Goverament's action in  endorsing the Wheat Board last summer���������a measure opposed by the millers as a whole.  The action ot the Government was  reall> beneficial to the millers, lor it  was decidedly to the advantage of the  members of Canada's greatest industry that 1he large group of men producing I heir raw materials should be  contented and confident, he said. The  good iaiiii of the ���������CrGTermneiit in its  desire to guarantee the millers pro-  lection also was evidenced by the fact  that to the minister of trade and commerce. Jnmseli a miller, was entrusted this legislation, and by the lurther  fact Ihat the flour and milling Interests were exempted from certain  clauses which might have been  judicial.  MANY CHILDREN SICK,  HOW TO TREAT THEM  The kiddies, will get their teet wet',  catch cold, get crotir> and give their  mothers lots or trouble. With -the  first cough or sneeze, rub .Ibe little  one's chest with Nerviline, rub it orr  plentifully, it can't harm. "'��������� Then  make a gargle with Nerviline and  "water, and have the child gargle Tor  five minutes. Just at bed time, give  the child ten drops of Nerviline in^  hot - sweetened-water. The result is  fine, and next morning child is better.  Nerviline is a great protection in the  home. Large S5c bottles at all  dealers.  Ill Droit orhtm  m~.   at*- ms~m^^_mm. **w  Secure Other Locations  Kdmonton.   ^Alta.���������Hon.       Charles ( in the south and file on others in the  W. A. De Wolfe, Editor and Proprietor  of The Enterprise,  Consort, Alta.  !  Farmers to Discuss Group Insurance jt  Winnipeg.���������The annual district con-' 2  ventions of ths United Farmers of  Manitoba will discuss group life insurance foi; farmers, according to an  announcement made here hy \V. It.  Wood, Secretary. The proposals of  the provincial board will be sent out  to all locals in the course of the next  two weeks, hut are not yet fully developed.  .A *���������**���������% >tt������M������-i  uasuiieu*  iuu  Stewart, Minister of the Interipz, called on Premier Greenfield in connection with a proposal for granting extra  homesteads to those larmers who have  been unable, on account ot continued  drought conditions, or other reasons  for which they are not themselves responsible," to make good.  Legislation to this effect -villi be  broughl before the Dominion House  at the next session, states Mr. Stewart, and in case it is decided to grant  the extra -homesteads, the provincial  authorities will be given the responsibility of staling who should be given  the opportunity of moving. This  would mean that on the recommendation of the "Provincial Government,  ! farmers would  be  edven  an  onnortun-  north.      There has been a defmi������e effort on the part of the provincial authorities,  with   the   assistance   ol*  the  Dominion and railway officials,  to assist these farmers in the drought area  to  get  on. lands in   the north, where  they can make a living.      A"s    it    is.  they    have    lost    al! interest in then-  farms, owe machinery and loan companies, and In many cases are ino.ing  off and leaving the    country.      It    is  felt by the Dominion Government thar  this exodus could be stopped by giving  further option to file on homesteads,-  and thus keep in the country good farmers  and  men  accustomed  to   conditions.      There are-a great many farmers of the south who are anxious to  move and start again in a "better locality, or at least, where weather eortdi-  ity to leave their present homesteads | tions are not so uncertain.  For   Sluggish    Liver  or   Constipated  Bowels  Preparing For  Postal Conference  Canada     and     United     States     Will  Discuss fVlany Subjects  Ottawa.���������Subjects for the forthcoming postal conference between Canada  and   the   United   States...will   probably  Include:   Limit ot" weight of merchandise between Canada "and -the-. United;  States j   rate on   merchandise passing  by post between the. two countries^ insurance   of   parcels-   special   delivery  service;   co-operation between'railway  post ofiiees in Canada and the United  States;   money order    services;     customs     declarations;     rates on   prints,  sample,   and   commercial   papers;   address ol" sender on    parcel    mail    between, the    two    countries; exchange  of    mails    between "Windsor and  Detroit,    with    perhaps a joint arrangement   lor   conveyance   of- mails   botlv  ways;   transit, of United States mails  through       Canada;       reciprocal       exchange   oi*   postal equipment between  Canada and the United    States,    and  direct,    correspondence    between postmasters  in  Canada  and    the    United  States.  Cancer Cure Claim ^  Montreal.���������-Gordon Benson, a local  analytical chemist, claims lie has discovered a cure for cancer. His methods are, now under observation at one  of the leading hospitals.  MOTHER!  NEW HOG GRADING RULES  Clean your boAvels!       Feel fine!  When you tee! sick, dizzy, upset,  when your head is dull or aching, or  your   stomach  is   sour  or  gassy,  just  Open Child's Bowels with  "California Fig Syrup"  fyk  take one or two Cascarets to relieve   be made effective on October  constipation.        No        griping���������nicest'  laxative-cathartic on earth for grownups and children.     ..10c'a box.'     Taste  like candy.  -r.  Jail Breakers Captured  House  Taken  Even  "J"ruitv"  Syrup."  "ed, or if  the     sick    child     loves    the  taste     of     "California     Fig|  lf the little tongue is coat- [  your child is  listless, - cross,;  Surrounded    and    Men  Without Trouble l:  Los" Angeles���������-Herbert Wilson," former  evangelist, mail bandit and convicted 'murderer,- and Guido Spignola,  convicted robber, who broke jail, were  recaptured   after   2-4 hours' liberty.  They were taken without a struggle  i5n a. home of a former convict;  j     The men were taken in a house not  | far from where the automobile which  1 they had stolen was.,abandoned.  i  i    ANNOUNCEMENT      IS      MADE      BY  HON.  W.  R.   MOTHERWELL  Ottawa.���������Hon.    W.    R.    Motherwell, '  , Minister    of    Agriculture,    announces  that  the  hog  raising regulalions  will  30.    The  ! regulations   under   which   the   official  I grading   of   hogs   will   he   undertaken  ��������� have been approved as submitted, af-  ! ter   final   agreement  by   all   interests  j represented by the Joint Swine Com-  i mittee.      In the ihterval between now  and the date when the sew rgulatioas  beome effective, the new hog grading  staff Is being given a thorough course  of instruction   at   the   Toronto   stockyards, so that the official grading regulations as established will be uniformally applied at all stockyards and abattoirs in Canada.  ���������gSSSfrjjgji  1  tarts blood circulating X  >!oarv* s draws hew fresh blood        |.  Sloan'  to the aching part��������� scatters congestion and thus relieves the pain.  Stop suffering, apply Sloan's!  Sloan's soothes strained muscles. Relieves acbing backs.   Stops neuralgia.  checks colds ia chest.   Good xv-hey-eves  congestion causes paan. Keep it handy.  -   Made, tn Canada  Sloan's linamesit-^l&J^^JRr1  What Men Admire Most in  Women is Perfect Health  ���������the Sign of Strength  Barrio, Ont.���������"I  was Buffering  from a rundown  system some time  ago, wa8 unfit to  perform"my daily  dutleB, and was  advised to try Dr.  Pierce's Favorite  .Prescription. I  . tried it, took two  bottles, and was  restored to my  natural strength. I cannot praise Br.  Pierces medicine too highly-, and  will be .willing to write to any one  sending; a stamped envelope."���������Mrs.  A.. H. Bishop, It, R. No. I,  Mothers, Advice for  You!  London, Ont.���������"I wiBh I could tell  itll the women In th������ world who suffer with woman's trouble, what a  wonderful mc-slicine Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription In. My earliest  experience with it waa during my  fir������fc expectancy. I became dropsical  and my peopto wero quito alarmed  about my condition. Tho doctor's  medicine did not Beem to reach my  trouble at all ro rny husbnnd urged  me to try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, ami So please him I did.  F-(-*!oi"t:< I h-irt fktlr-ln-d the serontl bottle the <11h1i'������hs and dropsy left me  and 1 felt In absolutely perfect health.  I hud no further trouble from that  timo on. 1 afterwards took Favorite  Prescription whenever in a nervous  rundown condition and it. always  Htrenictnened ami built me up."���������Mre.  Lily Stoddart, *:i8 Ontario Sr.  At all dniK stores, or send 10c to  ~i.v, Pierce's Laboratory, in Itiidg������*  Larr, ~-~il��������� for l.rlr.1 s-!:^. tabicf.c.  feverish, lull of cold, or has colic, give j  a teaspoonful to cleanse the liver and  bowels. In a few hours you can see  tor yourself how thoroughly it -works  all the constipation poison, sour bile  and waste out of the bowels,-and you  have a well, playful child again.  Millions of mothers keep "California  Fig Syrup" handy. They ���������knowa 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. ���������  DI AR RH0E A  IS DANGEROUS  To Teething Babies  1 DURING HOT WEATHER  GREEK REFUGEES IN PANIC  Hr.    N,    V.    1443  FEARFUL     LEST      TURKS       WILL  ARRIVE   BEFORE  THEY  CAN  LEAVE THRACE  Rbdoslo, Thr Q:e.���������This town has become a jumplngoff place in the Greek  evacuation       of     ������ Eastern       Thrace.  Twenty-eight,   thousand  refugees are gathered here, all dominated   by   the  same   fear  of  the. Turk  that swayed the refugee    crowds    iu  Smyrna three weeks-ago.  Everybody believes the Turhs arc  almost at the door and nothing can re*  assure them. The general belief is  thai fhe Kemalists will arrive simultaneously with the British troops ol'  occupation and every refugee expects  to put a long stretch of water between  himself and Rodoslo before tliat event.  The whole town and all its extra  populace-, have abandoned any pretence of performing normal duties and  have gathered silonpf- the beaches  awaiting nervously for the ships  which do not come.  A body of peasants with about 1.000  Tarm wagons left recently foi* a railway station 20 miles lo the north on a  rumor that the (rains would await  ! them there, but the long procession,  h^drnf-rpiod hy *ho vftin velurno'd, having been turned back by the military,  who lold them ihey must he avucuiiled  hy the sea.  All the shops, even the bakeries, arc  closed and their owners are with thf!  crowds around the narrow plank  quays. The Government has discontinued 'lis bread ration. Mayor  Al:igarties and most ot the otlior ������*������vil  officials left recently.  Hot. weather is a dangerous time for  the babies when cutting their teeth,  aud all mothers should watch very  closely for any sign of diarrhoea, dys-  entry, cholera infantum or any other  bowel trouble.  There is no remedy so safe and effectual Tor diarrhoea as Dr. Fowler's  Extract of Wild Strawberry, and all  mothers who have used it speak of it  with the greatest of confidence.  Mrs. James E. Green, Vermilion,  Alta., writes under date of Aug. IStlv  1921, as follows:���������"A week ago my  baby boy* just one year and four  months old, started cutting two stomach teeth, and was so sick he couldn't  eat or sleep, and had the diarrhoea  most terribly bad; his rectum was  raw and bleeding, but after giving  . him Dr. Fowler's JExtraet of Wild  panic-stricken Strawberry regularly for three days  he was as well as any boy could be.  I wouldn't be without your grand remedy for tin told gold."  "Dr. Fowler's" is for sale at all deal  ers; price. 50o a bottle; put, up by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  Jailed  For Speeding  Fresno, Cal.���������Ralph de Palma, iiuto-  mobile race pilot, was sentenced to  ten days in jail and fined $100 by a  ���������Justice in Chowchllla. Maderla County,  when de Palma pleaded guilty to a  charge of speeding. Officers declared de Palma was travelling at 70  miles an hour.  ���������bring borne the bacon, collar the blue v-aae,  carry the message to Garcia, etc  MiUi N E Y' I  plfiffi-CT^rTftjtAttjM~~~~Snutiat.*r~~~i-t~-_4u>~~~~���������i~t~~.~i~~-*~0>0~.,*u~w^N-wm.amiimwi~e~. yJiia.  \%\ ���������'   't,'m~~~~~m ' ���������    * '"' ��������� '"' "   'f*-JI  LITTLE Raisins, full of energy and  ^iron, will put thc pep into you  that makes' *\v inn ing plays. Use viixi  like it in your business, too.  One hundred and forty-five calories of energizing nutriment in every;  little five-cent red box: that you see.  Comes from fruit sugar In practically predigestcd form���������levulosc, the  scientists call it���������so it goes, to -vvork  almost immediately. Rich in food-  iron also. --  Try these little raisins when you're  hungry, lazy, tired or faint. See how  thcy pick you up and set you on sour  toes.  JLiJ.LILl%?   i^UIMlM AvJRctJLClio  ������  \0~^y  vnutfC Pi  1  111  fife  ** Between - Meal  Raisins  5c Everywhere  Had Your  ron Today?  ���������war  ~mm  m~mm~~\  m~%mmm  $~_wimm~w__~_.  ttmmm  mmm,*.* ���������IJIMJIIU  THE   CBESTON BEVIEW  Local and Personal  For Sale���������Piano.  Lvne.  Apply to  Mrs.  Apple  bos   nails  at Mawson Bras.  special to clear* at 9|c. lb.   -  For Sale���������Purebred Jersey heifer  in calf. A. Wesiing', (Erickson P.O.),  Canyon.  Onions���������$3 per 100 lbs. delivered;  or 2.50 if called for. Fred Lewis,  Creston.  Sacking twine, suitable for sacking  tomatoes at 45c. per lb. at Manson  Brothers.  Coat Fob Sale���������Brown, 'size 40,  good as new, $10. Can be seen at Review Office.  Fob Sale���������Child's crib, complete  with mattress, in good condition. Mrs.  C. G. Bennett.  Mrs. C. Holden of Revelstoke"was a  yisitor here a few days this week with  Mrs. Geo. Johnson.  For Rent���������New, sixroom, cottage,  nicely iocated. $15 month. Apply  Mrs. T. M. Edmondson.  Mrs. L.. McGauveran left on Wednesday for-Green wood to join her husband,, where they will reside in future.  g.O. O. Rodgers was a business yisitor afc Pincher Creek, Alta., this week,  where he purchased several head of  horn's for the winter's logging operations.  Members of Creston G.W.V.A. are  arranging to handle the usual sale^of  poppies a few days prior  to Armistice  Day. ���������'.-���������_  ... The November meeting of the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid wiH be held at  the home of Mrs. Watcher, at 3 p.m.,  Wednesday, Nov 8th.  Presbvterian Lad'.es' Aid are baying  their usual   Thanksgiving   supper   in  Speers' Hall this evening,  from.6 to 8  o'clock.    Tickets are 50c.  For Sale���������Grade milch., cow and  heifer ealf, $60. Also 18 Plymouth  Rock hens, good strain, $1 each.  J. S. Hh mil ton, Creston.  The scarcity of strictly" fresh eggs  still continues, add in consequence the  price of th s class of hen friiit-Jj.as a������I-~  vanced to 50 cents a dozen.  Mi*. Clark of Haney is expected to  be Creston's new O.P.R. station agent,  and should be along any day now to  take avtn- his new position.  Cows For Sale���������Young cows, two  and  tnree   years   old,   all   have   just  freshened, will be sold with or without  calves, $50 and np.    Mrs. J. B.  Rudd  Wvnndel.  Pete Marantette,   who has been op  e-ating   the  barber  shop in the Hatfield stand for the past   year, has gone  t ��������� Kitchener, where he has opened up  in the same line.  Winter. Vegetables���������Carrots,  $2  FOR   YOUR  Thank  spin  inner  Neapolitan Brick Ice Cream  Oranees  Grapes  Cocoanut  Sweet Potatoes  Just received a stock of  Heilsoe's ansi Wiiierd's  Chocolates  nr ^lm>     GS1   KfV  M.   *������1   MX- K.r-7-*,      CJJJL .VV  lert Norns  Next Beuan's Garage  $3 per 100 lbs.; Parsnips, $3 per 100  lbs.; Celery, 5c. Phone or call. F.  B.   Pearce. Creston.  " Mondav is Thanksgiving Day and  all stores in town will he closed, while  the general delivery wicket at the  postoffice will be open only from 5 to  6 in the afternoon.  M-iss Selma Anderson,   who has just  completed a commercial course at Nel  son bsiuness college, joined the staff of  Creston Mercantile this week, succeeding Miss Ethel Hnscroft.  The snowfall of the morning previous made the getting about a bit  disagreeable on Tuesday nhjht. and in  consequence haiiowe'en passed off  rather quieter than usual. ���������;  A. L Cameron, who is undergoing  medical ereatment at Cranbrook- was  home for the week-end, returning on  Monday, his general   health   showing  considerable improvement. ���������  Barber Shop���������I have taken over  the barber shop in the. Auditorium  hull. Up to the minute hair cutting,  pomps a specialty. Let the kiddies  come.    Dick  Randal], barber.  A public meeting of all ratepayers is  c-died for-Thursday night Nov; 10th,  at 8 o'clock in Speers' Hall, at which  taxation matters will be the feature of  fche discussions. The meeting is under  the auspices of the Ratepayers Association.  A party of C.P.R. officials went  through on Thursday last travelling  in a Ford car that was equipped to  run on the steel rails, ������- and on the  straight stretches of tract would easily  negotiate 20 miles an hour.  Dick Randall of Blairmore ha������* this  week taken-over the Auditorium barber shop, and is expecting Mrs. Randall to join him here this week. For  the present they will occupy the apartments over Mawson Bros, store.  The first snow of the season arrived  on Tuesday morning. It was of the  wet variety, and had all disappeared  long before noon. Considerable more  moisture is required to put the .orchards into winter quarters in ideal  shape.  C.  B. Garland is now occupying his  new residence which he this season  erected on the land acquired by him  in the Edmondson subdivision some  months ago. The house is an attractive six-room structure, with an ideal  location.  J. D. Moore of Kaslo, the provincial  road superintendent, was here on  Tuesday.- Work is in full swing on  the road diversion "at Wilds Creek,  Wynndel, and the contractors are  hoping to have tlie whole job complete  bv the end of December.  Word reached here this week thai-  former C.P.R. agent, A.- R. Swanson,  is now working as despatcher at Ruby  Cieek, about 75 miles east of Vancouver on the main line, with.__a train connection that enables  him to get home  ahd back again very comfortably.  ���������'  The Women's Institute are giving  their usual Armistice celebration  whist and dance in the Parish Hall on  Friday, Nov. 10th, with cards to start  at 8 p.m. prompt The admission is  75 cents, but members bringing refreshments will be admitted for 50c.  Ticket 1^37, held by one of our Austrian citizens, was the lucky pasteboard on the Singer sewing machine  raffled by the fall fair directors, and  which was drawn for on Saturday  night at Norris' bakery. The raffle  will net the  fall, fair   treasury   about  $125.      - I"**        '.:'���������        ���������  Anton E. Lovestrom and Miss Le-  ona D. Pendry were married by Rev.  J. A. James a't" the Presbyterian  manse on Wednesday afternoon, and  will for the present make their home  in Creston. The bride is the daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pendjry of  West Creston.  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 3/011 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 and Black has just arrived.  Get yours now  while the stock  is complete.  S/tk ff    fflf ^1  W "^   H ^  ���������     jtjL#      ^~_J7  EL       fi���������*  fl���������nf  KNJ'C HA it MtiHVHAN'i*  J. W. Smith, the  lands department  appraiser,    who   had    chairge   of   the  government auction of lands last week,  left for the coast on Friday. Between  the areas sold by auction and by pri  vate sale up to the time Mr. Smith  left, the proceeds of the sale totalled  almost $20,000.  A rook road is this week being put  d. >wn from Canyon street to the new  Union warehouse, the Union furnishing the raw material for construction,  with the government supplying the  finishing materials and supplying, the  truck for hauling nnd the steam roller,  with foreman Davies'superyising the  job.  The silver tea, sale of sewing and  fortune telling features of the Junior  Guild of Christ Church teiirin the Par  ish Hall on Saturday afternoon ac-  c Hinted for a total intake of $28. This  will be used for the purchase of materials to make into articles to be sold  at a bazaar sometime before ChrisL-  mus.  Unpropitious weather kept down  the attendance at the Ladies' Guild  dance at the Bluebird tea room on  haiiowe'en. The floor w.*:s in fine  shape and splendid music was provided Miss Phyllis Small, piano, and Alex.  Lidgate, drums, while the Guild served  their usual excellent line of refreshments during the evening.  It. B. Staples contributed 25 boxi a  of Snow and Delicious apples to a lot  of 250 boxes that wtre sold In tag day  fashion by the Rotary Club at Calgary  on Saturday, Lo raise funds to pur*  chase Christmas cheer for the needy  families in that city this yuletide.  Various points in the Okanagan sup.  plied the balance of the fruit.  The public school children are heing  reheavHiMl in tho musical numbers to  be rendered at the memorial unveiling  on Saturday, Nov. Ilth, and the singing of all the nnruboiH promises to be  one of the features of the occasion.  Hrhrilmr" from onitside w'tooIh nvo h*o-  ing invited to attend ami if the weath  <*t* is right there ������houhl hi* at least BOO  children taking part in the day's oxer-  ei������en.  At the   iium.>ting of the  fall  fuir directors last Tuesday night  the pin test  I iu connection with fhe   j ml go's   decis-  ' Um in awarding the cup for tho vegcb**  1 able CMiIh-nt ion was disposed   ������f hy the  award being sustained. The directors  are also forwarding F. B. Turner a  letter conveying the board's thanks  for services so well and cheerfully  rendered in connection with this  year's exhibition.  At a well-attended meeting -g'.  interested in indoor sports on Tuesday  night the Creston Basketball Club was  organized, with the following officers:  President, Father Bessette; secretary-  treasurer, A. Spencer; executive,  Messrs. W. Long, Argue and Siddons.  The club starts, .with a membership of  fifteen, and permission has teeen: secured to use the main building on the  fair grounds ih which rtb play. Baskets, balls and other equipment has  been ordered and play will start on its  arrival as the buiMing is now being  put in shape for the season.  Provincial police McLaren made a  quick job of getting the evidence and  securing a conviction on J. Usarglois  having liquor in his possesion in contravention of the Liquor Act. Mr.  Lianglois conducts a soft drink store  at Kitchener "and on Monday he was  favored with , an official visit the  officer discovering six dozen bottles of  beer four bottles of rye whiskey and  two bottles of gin. On Monday eve-  ving Magistrate Mallandaine imposed  a. fine of $100 and costs, cancelled  Lianglois* buying permit and confiscated the entire stock of wet goods.  Although no direct word has been  received at the Fruit Growers Union  office, despatches appearing in the  dailv press would indicate that Oreston has not carried off many of the  honors at the Imperial fruit show at  London. England, this week. Telegraphic advices to the papers indicate  that a Quebec grower took both first  and second in the dessert apple class,  in the British Empire section, as well  as second on culinary apples, while in  the Overseas section Ontario is claiming everv one of the fifteen firsts  awarded, as well as nine seconds and  one third.  Messrs. Adlard and Littlejohn of the  'Arrow Creek irrigation project had an  interview with Mr. Cleveland, comptroller of water rights, who passed  through here westbound about the  middle of October���������meeting him at  Cnizon and discussing the matter  all the way to Creston. As a-.result  the department now has a.much better understanding of the necessity of  the project being proceeded with, and  this -week the interview is followed up  by a strong letter to the minister of  lands urging that at least consent be  given for the engaging of an indepen  dent engineer to make a final report  on the exact cost of  the undertaking.  Anglican Church Services  GRAND THEATRE  Saturday, NOVEMBER  James  Oliver Curwood's  The Courage of  'Doone  ���������Another wonderful picture ofthe  great northern woods.  ever   me   a.  real    bear  Well, we  have one for  ���������Did you  fight?  you.  ���������See what   a man, a   bear and a  wolf dog can do ~o   a~gang'of  rough 11 eoks.  ���������Here ia a picture worth   seeing.  ���������We run the Pick of ohe Pictures.  REGULAR PRICES  SUNDAY-, NOV. 5  SIRDAR  8 and 10.30a.n������.  CRESTON  7.30 p.m.  SATURDAY and  TUESDAY SPECIAL  18-oz. Package  Si  afc  The favorably ��������� known   Bain  say's Cream Sodas,    which    we  1  ;   iiavc juau   -J  icucucu  -.i-trxr.*-'  t XV-XXX  the makers.  I  The children like them, and  tbey are tiseful in many ways.  To ensure against a bread  shortage nothing like having a  package of "sodas" handy.  You know the Ramsay  qual  ity���������-our Saturday and Tuesday  price speaks for itself.  In all our other lines our cash  and carry prices effect yon almost as substantial savings.  Better  Service  BROTHERS  Lover  Prices  Another  g Gut in  Effective today prices on  Ford cars delivered at  Creston are���������  ��������� 1  $683.00  \ Runabout. .  632.50  ���������Light Delivery. 641.90  (with Starter nnd Lighting  in each cane,  r*  Buy a Ford, 'it is loweBt in  price, Lowest in maintenance.  Creston Auto * Supply  R. S. BEVAN, Prop.  We Offer You  A well assorted stock of  Tires, Tubes,  Accessories,  Spare Parts  Pipe and Pipe Fittings  AUTHORIZED FORD SERVICE STATION  The Best Livery Service in Town  'iiImw  S   ^_3 1 ������        ^j^S^^QB ^9 ��������� ^Jr ^m  PHONS 01  ������F*i^>wi*^*4w������������**������'*''*  em~mt~m^iiiwtniti4������Snu  ~~~a~~~~~m


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