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 Vol. XIV.  CRESTON, B. C9 FRIIX^ DECEMBER Ifc ^1923  No. 45  *������*.  Imperial Fruit-Fair  Apples Sell Well  In continuance of my previous, re  port on the Imperial   Fruit* Show,   I  w ill make, my comments on  the various exhibits ih   tlie TSriiptre' 'Classes  and the Oversea*? -Classes."  British Empire Section  The 20 box lot of Mcintosh Beds  shown by the B.C.F. Lands, Limited,  Kamloops received, ecnssnendution.  y'They were a y|ry ������5be ev>n Iut..same-  what light in color but their chief fault  was softness with consequent brtfeising 1 and every apple which was cut show-  and lost hnanv 'ir>ok������t^/*>!������^tlr!*e' score * 64? this 'defeet-extrei  card. *      ' "V-     "        ' *    i'  latter being excellent. Jn relation to,  pack, many jof the jimgiish Exhibits  were packed in a manner which wonld  have heen highly creditable to expert  enped American 6rrCanadian packers*  It Is uot necessary for - tne to say  much about the Empire Culinary  Class. The winners were again "Messrs.  EL. HZ' Morse &, Sons, Nova -Scotia, in  this instance with a splendid lot of  King's. The third award in. this section was quite faulty and I think I  afterwards conyin^ced the judges of  this. The hit was splendidly packed  and scored we!! and superficially the  fruit was equal to the pack* hut the  bulk of the fruit was riddled with Spot  The 20 box lot of Cox's Orange  Pippins shown by Mr. W. 6. Littler  John, suffered at tbe hands of the  Judges quite a lot on account of irregularity off color and, some Baldwin  Spot but otherwise the fruit was very  fine and attracted considerable attention from ther buyers;* Who rated it as  highly as that shown by Mr. Stark.  Mr. Stark's 20 box lot attracted as  -much or more attention as any fruit  in the Show, firstly oh" "account of his  success in the previous years display  and secondly on account of his sucess  es phis year ��������� in the Oversea'a Classes  As I said, before'this fruit' xnight nave  taken a higher position than V.H.C.  4th in. the class. The^ color was more  regular-than iu the previous lot but.  the vaiious boxes varied too much in  **mal*ir   ���������*���������*���������***  Overseas Section  Iti this section, British Columbia did  wonderfully well considering tbe  limited number of varieties show^.  Mr. Littlejcjhn's "!*Jdow8" which  were awarded the Bronze Medal were  in most excellent condition and were  firmer than any other Snows in the  show, but they���������did not compare in  color with the 1st and 2nd winneis.  In Mac Intnsh Bed's the lots ������shsb=  fted by Messrs. Leckie Ewing and  Littlejohn did not compare with favor  with the Ontario winners, either in  dolor or firmness.  size.  The'  vara v^onrailiav. g>w,d*������  liUUV     -v-rcius  lt whs uniorwaiiuw  exhibit of Jonathans from B.C. as this  yariety was Included saor-e especially  for our benefit* The 1st Prize lot  from Ontario -was a  splendid   lot  of  " "^EKrtSbrs 1923  ��������� President W. V,'3Jackson occupied  the^ chair at the _ annual meeting; of  (breston Valley. A^wcultural Association on Wedhee4^ night, but "there  was rather a slinf t^aa\outof members,  except the 1U22 dilators, who were in  attendance in ������l'ni������ft������tull force.  After the'snints^s ofthe previous  annual conclave had been read and  declared ' approvejS." R. Walmsley,  secretary-treRsure^presented the financial statement. Which had" been'audited and found correct by the association's auditor, Dr<Henderson.  On the receipts sfde of the ledger a  year's intake of about 91200 is shown,  and this is made lip.of $������2 membership  ft-.es; gate receipt-^ o>ff l|23Q; proceeds of  sewing machine raf&e. $128; $330 was  rustled bv Messrs'.'G. Johnson, Bennett and Allan ' of Sthe finance committee; the government grant was  $114; ihe Easter ^Monday eyening  whist and dance accounted for 32225  and in his campaign for special prizes  Secretary Walmsley had accumulated  $211���������along with ^goods of various  ���������sorts that were donated yaltied at almost $200.  Wirh the exception of a Si 3 cash  balance this a?noun*$~ bad aii heen expended.   $430  was"? required   to   pay  prizewinners. About $250 went to  wipe off all iJebt on the Enal-n building.  $160 was;req4iired to pay interest on  the grounds debt. $80 was spent. on  stationery and printing. - $75 was paid  aB secretary's salary.' The "band on  fair'day cost $25, and the balance  went in general expense, such as*improvements to grounds, .decorations,  postage, etc.  Tbe statement of assets and liability  ies shows the grounds and buildings  valued at $6000, and on this $2500 ia  owing on the grounds purchase. The  interest os?"the-,<srro82nds **!Srehsss Ties  has been fully "met each year, but com*  mencing with 1023^ the directors are  faced with making payments on prin-  *C><nnl   -which,    tifr.rwi.~ncr t-*%  uorpoMnonif  ���������. -~- . x-.^^-.   .   -.-m-^ ~^-        ..nmxr-��������� .   ��������� ^.  of sale of three years-- ago, were held  in ayeyance for that time. Insurance  is paid in advance and not ������ c������������nt of  debt is carried forward In any direction.  At the annual meeting the full  board of eleven directors were chosen,  and a meeting is being held this week  to elect the president, vice-president  and secretary-treasurer, Mr. -Wahn-  sley having decided to retire fi-qns the  latter dual position after three ye$rs  of excellent service cheerfully render-  ed, and in appreciation of which the  Officers for 1923  more successful lots were | fruit.  than 2 sizes in th'e '"fiSa's Orange Pip  pin" 1st and 3rd, and three sizes in the  "Snows" 2nd Prize. -v,  A serious drawback of this display  was the very untidy lining of the boxes and this comment was made ou the  scoreboard by the- Judges; the wrap  also Was not of the bes&. but -fcherp-ROk-  ngpptherwise was very -good-        ���������  Cos Orange P&pin  Mr. W. G. Littlejohn's apples did  not develop any --"knore =spot and  brought 3s per box more than those  exhibited by Occidental Fruit Co.  Ltd, Kelowna. B.C.  The. annual general meeting of  Creston Valley Women's Institute  held on Friday, 36 members being  present. After fcjae minutes of the  laa$ annual meeting had been read  aad adopted, the secretary- then read  the,x*epor% of 1922; followed by the  financial statement, showinga balance  on November 30th of $"143,5?, including  the building- fund of $85. Nomination  of directors was'then ^callecfrand Mrs.  rBennettand Mrs. Cherrington were  appointed   scrutineers.     The    ballot  r^.. _    ^ .'~^-~_m.m^~_S~X-        ...il -  ,'j-tresnisea in tap renewing Deing-cqosen:  [Mrs. GarlahdV ^rs^yne, TSSrs.Cook,  Mrs. R. W. Staples and. Mr^rElayden.  The directors then named ^ra.. Gar-  Sand ''tis oresideafc" for1823. and Mrs.  Cherrington -was selects^ as" secretary.  Mrs. Kbbutt and Mrs. J. Wrf Hamilton  weie chosen as auditors, and a vote of  thanks was tendered Mrs. Garland and  Mrs. Hamiltour the retiring secretary,  for services rendered in the past,  jjlra. Garland and" fliers. Cherrington  were named asdelegatesto the district  conference. The usheri "closing' tea  was served   by   Mrs7^ McLaren,   Mrs.  directors   at    the    annual     meeting) Nathorst, Mr* G. Young aud Mrs. M  ingpptnerwise was very  gooa   indeed  ������nd scored well. -'^   "-  The" Iffb. Paize lot in' the Empire  Sectionhwaer sirtift* of 20 boxes Cox's  Orange- Pippins, hy H. L. Morse  & Sons, Berwict. Nova Scotia. This  lot was yery' uniform in- size and re  ceived 18 points against 14 for Mr.  StarVa, in color 16 points against 10.  but this was again a point on which I  did not agree with the Jjidgea; condition 13 points to 8 points, another  faulty judgment in my opinion and  parUy^eorroborated " by the buyerp^  only 2 shillings per box premium being  paid for these .over the two preyious  lots 'notwithstanding the advertising  adya^fgc^:^  The second winner in this class had  a very fine lot of ''"Snow" apples and  these being off a soft nature wore not  in the conditiohoff the winners:      '"^  The third a ward went to F. P. Nor*  bury, Sherridge^Mr Malvern, Worcs*.  and wosc not - remarhable except for  uniformity in color, size and pack, the  6  6  __    _       .a  nr. ~_tt*~~-~~B sos was   very   gooa, out  SiiSE^������d-!^t%^froin  slovenly   linings.  This lot was po^si^ly as fine as any in  the Show  and   brought  exactly   ther  *sanie price as the ft box winners in the  English, sections,  viz.: . ������&. 4. 0.   per  box.,-, *  , The. 2nd and 3rd  were not remarkable in .any way.  I think I have giyiBu a   fairly   com  plete report off the' {British   Columbia  exhibits and will"  devote   some   space  to the sale-of the fruits  > "  British Empire Class Awa.ds  33-mcee ' Per Box  6   Snow. W. G. Littlejohn .$ 4.75  Mcintosh Red.R.Lefcie-Ewing   4.00  McIntofbKeS.'W^G.Littleiohn   3.75  I^ndH,.Kamloi������*^l^^^__���������   4.00  Melntn8hr   efed,I. ^radenrEal .  "**^-  Fruit Co.. Kelown������ s2 =    4.00  Cox O-rang������? Occidental F^oife  " Co., Kelowna ~~~~~-i.  showed some siioht tnkon -nf  unnmoi  Rf.ion ht>    nt-exBontinct   Mn>   nrSi-l.   i������   ������������s������������  -    . 9. ~v m r?ZV- ��������� Cff      ������-���������*-       *.. .m.~       <M.    *.***-* *f  generous supply of his favorite smoking tobacco mixture, President Jackson making the presentation, and Directors Haves, Johnson and Bennett  speaking in eulogistic terms of the  good work dens by Mr.  ������������ diuiSiry .  x i)un|{.  /  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SiPE-dlAX  i ,  ' '    * " 1X0      .  Rolled Oats  8-!b. Sack  for  506.  6  C|PpWW^(|  Sinlcft BHIUlilEliiil frien  StoUzenberg  The 6 boxes shown by tfie^Occidental  Fruit Co. Kelowna, was very g������-iod indeed and received'the only award.'-   In Greenings, the 6 boxes of apples  sent by Mr. J. W. Hamilton, Creston.  did not. i*eeive much attention from  the Jtvlgeft. The Greer ing as recog  nized in England is the KhOdc Island  -Greening and even the Canadian Judge  could ricjf eflfejepfc theni. 1 pointed out  tfhey had inpened very quiokty but  they fetched, an excellent price, v viz  ������1.0.0. per 1m������x.  The Newton Pippina from Kelowna  were very green and in no wayfflt ftr  exhibition.  In "^riy other Variety" Olass.  British Columbia did supremely well.  Mr. -Robt. Stack's Winter BananaB  were extremely fine * being very  Uniterm In pack and siifferlng little  los������ in scoring on account of bi'uiaeu.  I may say this exhibit attracted a  very considerable amount of attention  arid I waa able to do n lot of pioneer  work with it���������not only with dealers  -but consumers. I think we may  ���������make this a eucce&sf ul variety on the  English market ns I convinced enquirers that it was.a hard apple and  bruises purely superficial.  The exhibit placed second was a  very fine lot off Grnvenoteins with extraordinary color. Mr. Leckie-Bwinga  lot in a loss keen competition would  have taken a high . pSa-ce hut loat ha  color to the previous lot.  Mr. Stark's Delicious whioh received  3rd award were very evon and fine  and superior in every way to the other  exhibit from Creston.  In. relation to Del ic! inns I could get  no encouragement from anyone, al-  tC-toH-gh Xp'-iiAii-iX Sl to Iho b-j-uL o? unf  ability.  Pears  Mr. Stark'h Clairgoan pearB caused  quite a sensation and 1 much regret  that it was the only lotfroni Oreaton,  Lots of! Cornice and Anjou auch an  -wero  ,������hown    on   Meiers.   JPouparta  ��������� .    ; ~- .-Tt ���������..xx . f ^ ,. ������������������   ��������� r. *". ."��������� i......r ,t 0 i.. n. I ....   i- ^ ,  ~Jt~~..0i~. .IX-X..X0        rn..* -Xr        Xl.-Vrt... XrUt        ~*AX V.ltJt  awards.    An it was   the   Gold   Medal  wan* the only award given.   .   a~x~~rm-x.v -0-       5.75  Cox Orange, W������ JG. Littlejohn 6.50  Cox Orange^ R. Stark^ .._. 11.00  Spitaenberg, Occidental Fruit  Co., Kelowna.��������� L^^:  6.25  Greenings, J,'  W. Hamilton, 5.00  Newton   Pipping ��������� Occidental  Fruit ������o._.\ -.���������; :  4.50  6   Winter Banana, R. Stark.  6.50  6   Delicious. P. R.  Truscott  3.50  6    Delicious. ^.  Starki���������L���������  il.00  6   Gravenstem>^^   H^I^kfedSJwing 3.75.  6   Clairgeatrlfears. It. Stairk...... 6.50  20 Mcintosh    Red    B.CZ Fruit  Lands,:...������������������. ~~mm~Z~~.J-~-~~.~i  5.00  20 Cox Orange. W* G. Littlejohn .6.50  20 Cox Orange, Ri Stark ~~~~m. 6.60  ���������   All the above prices   were  satisfactory with the exceptien of Mr.  Trus  cott's EfeliciouB und considerably nhove  the general   prices receiyed for  any  other fruit in the Shbw.  Empire Class     ':/;p   ^**~ '  V.H.C. and -B20 special, Cox Orange,  -    Robt* Stark.   -^? ���������      Z ��������� ���������-���������'  C, Mcintosh Red,, B.C. Fruit Lands.  Ipt, Gold Medal and ������24 apeciaK Cox  Orange,' Robt* Stark.     ?���������.  1st. Gold Medal and -������4, Spitzenberg,  Occidental PruVtICo.-i Ltd.  1st, Gold Medal and|^B4, Winter Banana. Robt. StarkV  3rd and Bronze Medal, Delicious, Robt.  ,.   Stark. ".'���������' -";'  3rd and Bronze -Medal, Snow, W. G./  Littlejohn.        >     ..  * I wish to repeat that I am much indebted to Mr. W������dia' f^r the courtesy  and aVsiHtance i*eceived and also to  Mr. Forsyth Smith foir the enormous  amount off work he performed for the  benefit of Canada and I should esteem  it a personal favour,if you would write  a most cordial letter of thanks to  theae gentlemen. '  HENRY B. DOWNS.  The 1923 directors are Sans Moons  Wynndel;    John H.   Webster,   Alici  Siding;   Mrs. John R.   Hayden,   Jas.'  Cook. Thos. Goodwin and Wl J, Truscott, Creston.    W. H. Holder, W. G.  Littlejohn and W. W; Hall, Erickson;  G. .B. VanAckeran, CarrymHDityi-and  ^Ernest; Lr^������gst^F,tlfeai^I^^-t|i  Votes of ^ank������ "w^re "'tomfee������d^*h������^ i  retiring    president,     aeeretar^i^ .the  finance committee' and' "the" directoB-ir  for the good work'accomplished dmv  ing 1822. which" fair.'despite unfavoe*  able weather,, registered   the   largest  nuiuber of entries and biggest dtdpkfcy  in  a)l departments, except livestock*  cf any pf the five successful fairs already, staged.   The records show that  ���������Ifist-year there were .just   oyer  12PQ.  entries, made   by   approximately 150  exhibitors.  The letiring directors passed -along  a i-ecommendation that the 1023 fair  he a three-day function���������the first day  for the bringing in of the exhibits and  the last twb to afford opportunity tb  look the fair over, with special out  door attractions ������g*ji both the latter  afternoons.  standing:   Senior Second���������Jack Bird,  Fred    Weston*    Charlie    Malthouse  Junior Serond���������Hilda Filmer, Gladys  Brain, Albert "Weston. George Frampton. *������,"ey Lye. 'Agnes' Sinc]Kiri 'F?ed  Yerbury.     First  Reader���������-Billy   Yes-  bur v.    Phonic Primer���������May   Millington, Irene "Welhip-ring.  Wallace   Sinclair,   Arthur  Charleson. "Receiving  Class���������James Lye. Perfect attendance  ���������-y[ack Bird. George Frampton.  <2i~--  ;^-0-^^r.^~i'  T.  !������������*-;->  "J'     -&&������*T'*?tT-y   ���������Vs**.-;*'    '-iT.*������' - - - ���������  .������������������-"<%;J^Earshall^ndfiCThi^ havemionred  {from-������he house 'on the^Tbdd ranch ~h  the former" Masolb" residence on the  Constable place.   -'"-'  ~r*       .--���������'.' "        .  "' W. Kelly has returned to Elko after  a ten days* vEsift with bis parents here.  The report of Alice Siding school f or  November shows the largest - attendance in -years.' the tafcal "enrollment  being 24 pupils.  J. W. Vaness has invested in a new  work horse, which he got from Mr.  Strobel.    - ��������� ^     ���������'���������   '^-  The present cold spelt ts putting a  coat office on theslbugtifi: on th'^ Bats,  (... .**. *i.    ���������-������������������ ���������*.*')  i.'      ju'ii?,." .���������������������������a. *     v.x. .       J  and Bhoi t cuts are now possible for  those driving teams on the hayha^il.  SJ&m&i  .��������� Alice Siding  has' about  ������  foot  of  snow  now.,  and its arrival has given  local huntera to take  GRAND THEATRE  Saturday, DECEMBER  16  ^ ^4,^2,U������2'S<'    Zy%^^y,'^^'&j^t~ ������  in  'nuf. sod.  H. Lauder left at the end off the  week for the coast, where he will  sp������nd the Cht^stmas hciliduys.  Col. and Mrs. Lister are expected  home about the end of the week, the  week, the legislature being due to  close yesterday.  Fuel cutting is the foremost occupation in the area at present. "The  mercury hit twelve below xero a  couple of mornings already this week.  All are reminded of the children's  Christmas entertainment at the school  on Tuesday night, Dec. 10th, at 8  o'clock. A splendid variety programme huB been prepared/ and after,  the youngsters haye had their innings  there will be a dance ffor the grownups.  Miss lledpath. principal off Lister  school, issues the following t&JxVrtffor  the month of November for Division  1. Highest standing: Bnti-ance���������  Hupy Lister, Ronald Brain. Junior  Fourth���������Doria Millington, Jack JorVi  Srancea Malthouse, Ct������ra Frampton.  Eva Brain. Senior Third���������Dorothy  Wi'ston Merke Charleson, Jeasle  Brain, Albert Mitchell. Junior Third  ���������AnnIf Yerbury, Freda Lye," l'loaste  Evans, George Charleson, John Malt  house, Qua ttharledon. Poter Lye,  Ue<irge Chudley. Perfect attendance  ���������Merlo CharlunoR, Cora Frampton,  FJossle Evanu, Jack Joi;y,  Freda Lye.  Wi������������>vtt.0'f������ WI***mKKfwMi������������*Mi  The report for  tJIylwion 11.  by Misu  Hardlsty    is    mm     f������)JlowM.���������.   Hiurhewt  good excuse for  to the hills fbr a few days* deer hunting before tbe Beaaori eltfeea today.  Some of our. residents lost quite t~  liki ly lookEng young steer on Sunday  night. An eastbound freight struck  the animal at the Webs tor crossing,  killing It almost instantly. *       * ' "'  .*���������',.      ..,..���������������������������--. j. i.l.  .,*?. k-Vbi*  ���������l^lv^*^-     *: l*!T^*'v  Grand Theatre Ballroom  Good MuaSc.      ^    Good Floor.  Qootl Timo ffor AH.  Come earjy and ������tay, late.  >-'������������������"���������'      , ���������������������������*      ���������'* ��������� ���������"��������� ���������*���������  b I JilBJjj llll   ES-351  lf."SiU-P!pS  New yeara ootnea but ouoe a year,  Un&ILSflJtltUa<aJ3AM'All'a    *   m-^l-f t&i t������XJ-%J'  Snipper Extra. ~~xss~s~ts~!^~~~~~~^~-~s~~r-~~^^  gum  - ���������  UCKY HE GOi  TANLAC SAT:  IB^MAPER  "Talking about things that help people, this Tanlac has clone me more  good than anything else I  have ever  come   across.  There's   no   doubt   in  my mind but -what it's the finest medicine money can buy," is tlie emphatic  statement made recently by Thomas  .*B. Draper, 22-1 Second Ave., West, Calgary. Alberta. Mr. Draper is an old  Imperial Army njan. He saw many  years service in-India and "Cgypt, and  also served in tiie Indian campaign oi  1882.  "For a year past I have felr rundown all over. My appetite deserted  me and the little I did eat seemed io  do me no good. I felt so lileless and  worn out it -was an effort tor me to  get up from my chair. I couldn't  sleep to do any good and got up mornings just as tired as -when I went to  bed at night. I lost -weight continually and had -commenced to worry  over my condition.  "It waa-certainly-, lucky i'or nie that.  1 listened to my friends and got Tanlac, for I have gained several pounds  in weight and have not felt ao well in  a long time. What it takes to make  a man eat good, sleep good and feel  like working Tanlac certainly has it."  Tanlac ds sold by all good druggists.  The  greatest of  conscious of none.*  all  faults  ���������Carlyle.  is  to be  Never stop over one duty to perforin.  another.      Take.the nearest first.  Immortal Men Of Mons  German     Tribute     Paid     to     Original  British  Expeditionary Force  Speaking at the Royal- United -Services Institution, Earl -Haig -mention**  ed a.tribute" paM. byj������bn"Kluck to the  original BritisB^E-s������*editl'6nary Fordfe���������������  "The Army ol* Mons."  A    "British    officer,    visiting" Berlin  since  the  war,  called on. Von  Ivlael*.,>  As is the "custom with offlcea-s of ihe  Allied    Armies    ot    Occupation,    tiie  British oihcer held out his Vand.  Von Kluck said: "Not before I  have iulfilled a vow I made ' before  the end oC the -war. It was -htif'before I would shake  British officer agaiii  to him���������'1 am an old man. I started  life in '66 against the Austrians, I  fought in the '70 -war, and "have stud-.  ied -and talked about war all my life,  holding high command before the war,  but nothing I have ever read cr seen  or heard is compared to the achieve*  ments of the First -"Expeditionary'  Force sent out io help ihe French.' "  hands  with   any  I would say this  THE HALE-SPEED MAN  Run-  CANADIAN MADE  PURE FOOD  INSURES GOOD HEALTH  MAGIC BAKING POWDER  INSURES PURE FOOD  E^GILLETT COMPANY LnvHTED  -Winnipeg       TORQNTO, CANADA.  x-^^-a^ * r% =  jufr RICKETS'  Cod-liver oil is the  best thing in the  world for rickets.  I Scott's Emulsion  contains richest cod-iiyer  oil, abundant in the vita-  mines that every xickety;  child needs.  T  1  I  1  I  I  u  AT ALL DRUG  STORES  PRICE, $1.30 And 65c.  21-  _    "Tobacco: By Parcel   Post''  Choice throe year old". iTO.tura.1 leaf  Tobacco; grr-eatly appreciated by pipe  smokers. ��������� Send a dollar for a two pound  package* of sample. Money back if not  satlsl'-actpry.  CO-OPERATIVE TOeACCO   EXCHANGE  Ruthv������n,  Ont.  Do You Suffer From Dandruff & Falling Hair? .  WANTED      1.0U0     PEOPUIO     in      tha]  mountain    climate    to    trv   OTUET i  POA1ADE.        Re-Lieves     and        removes  tiie   cause of dandruff  and I  stop?   fallin-c   hair   in   a   few   applications!. '*  A   TKST   wtH   prove   it_       Send   25   cents. I  stamps,   money   order  or   coin,   for   introductory     *>ot������1e. "BIO     -00.WiNC.KD.**���������  Oriol   Products   OcvuspHny,    Ine���������   A   Wash-  InR-toti   Place.   New   "JTork.   N.V.���������   Agents  Wanted.  What It  Means When   You  Feel  Down and Out of Sorts  You know what it - means'    to    feel  "all out of sorts.".   Most people Have  felt this way at sortie time.      Nerves'  ���������out    of    order,    irritable. languid, de-  press*--^.      v An   aching   head,  appetite  bad and digestion weak.      With some  people this condition comes and goes;  with  others  it is -chronic���������they can't  shake it off.      It interferes --with business,   spoils    recreation   ana robs life  of all its joys.    These'..men* and women  are  only  able  to   work  at  half-speed.  The trouble is caused by poor, watery  blood.      You can improve your condition    to-day    by    taking Dr. Williams''  Pink Pills.      These pills    enrich    and  stimulate tlie blood,     strengthen    the  nerves     and     give     you fresh   vigor.  Here  is  proof.    Mr.' "William   F.   Beli,  Brace.bridge,     Ont..     says:���������"I     have  been    recommending     Dr.    Williams'  Pink  Pills for a number, of years, because of the benefit I got from  their  use.       I   was  in  a   terribly   run-down  condition.      1 was scarcely able to do  anything all winter.      To make things  worse I   took  the mumps and  caught  cold, and as a  result  was'confined-to  bed for six weeks, part of the time in  a terrible' Hever.      Of "bourse I was doctoring, but instead of getting better X  was   growing  weaker.       At. -this  time  my father-in-law urged  me to .trv Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, bur    I    liad    lost  faith   in   all    medicine, ancl    refused.  However,  he had  such  faith in'-theni  that  he  bought mc  six  boxes,  and ofc'  course f could not refuse to "Take them.  Now I am glad I- did nor.    J had*not  taken them long before.    1    began    to  have faith in tlie  pills myself.     There  was no doubt I was improving.      Day  by  daj*- uiy strength came back and E  gained���������in     weight     from   115   to .1-16  pounds.      Therefore. I feel that I cannot speak too highly of Dr. Williams"  Pink Pills and J   hope  my experience  will   convince  some  other  sufferer  of  tlie value of this medicine."  You can get these pills through any  deater in medicine or by mail post,  paid at 50 cents a box or six 'joxes for  ���������J2.no from The F>r. Williams' Medicine Co.. Brockville. Onr.  Nevada Mining Tooth Powdei-  Old Prospector Finds Peculiar Mineral  ��������� -P  itv Desert Mountain  Nevada for years has been mining  silver, copper and gold; but now it  has turned' to mining tooth powder.  Twelve^ years ago, Mack Poster, an  old ''desert rat" and big game hunter,  discovered" Mt. Superdent, and found  its peculiar mineral would J. take the  tobacco stains off- his teeth.'  ���������Eventually Foster told a man" nam-^d  Fenwiek about the mountain. Fen-,  wick's secretary, a western girl named Josephine Robinson, tried some ot  the material and found it most effect  live. Fenwiek staked the claim and  now he and his associates have" hard j  work to -keep ahead of orders.     .,..-,.   j  The material not only cleans teeth.:  but polishes silver., manicures nails,  shines up-optical goods, whitens shoes  and makes a -fine shampoo. Physi  elans are using.it, too, for a -surgical  powder.     - . *.  The. mountain   is   out   itt   the   sage  '"' "Deepest Mjri-e^ln World'"-'���������*  The deepest mine in the worid will  be located in the "Rand, South' Africa, at the City: Deep,-where it is the  intention to sink*; another- 8.000 feet  below: the present --lever, of 4,000 feet.  "ZZ'-Z'Z'Settlers"; From States  ���������"In 'keeping with the, iiro-sranuue to  "bring Canadians back" through special "settlement efforts ,ot" colonisation-*''  lot-K; the province of Quebec-disposed.  'Of 220,-000 acres '.to. newcomers ditr-  1 ing  tlie year ending June,  1322.       in  r  PUT STOMACH IN  ORDER AT ONCE  'Pape's      Diapepsin"  Gas, Indigestion or  Sour-Stomach  for  j~the 12. months, 626 families of Fren<;h-  Canadian origin, consisting of- 2.171  persons, ..returned to the home, of thetr  .Fathers from the New England States-  Several thousand-additional acres are  already cleared, foi- the same purpos*  and a system of inspection organized.  Minai*d's Liniment For Garget in Cows  . i ij X, ..... ...... , .0-.  n?  a.\-ij.   .-,-  ... I  x...,**..*.*..*.,I...x4.  Some men are unable ip save inowy  because they  haven't  any" to  praciice  brush ��������� desert,  Tonopah.  about    U0. miles, from  Instantly! Stomach corrected? You  never feel the slightest distress from  indigestion or a .sour* acid, gasuy  stomach, after you. ear a tablet of j  "Pape's Diapepsin" The moment it  reaches the stomach'all sourness/flatulence, heartburn, gases, palpitation  and pain disappear. "Druggists''guarantee each "-package'��������� tb correct'digestion a" once. End your stomach  trouble  tor a few cents.  on.  any  ". i:  CATARRH  Building Up Small Towns  Place  Catarrh ���������> a local disease great*v- 'tnfl'M-cnced-' Citizens     Should     Support    the  by   constitutional   ccmc]ition.s.        HAU'S. C.^j' -rum... r������,ii. u������������.*.  TARRIt   MEDICJKK   is-a   Tonic,   taien   in- S They oail  Home  ternally,- and acts through the blood -upon -tfce-f ,,. *= r ���������*,;���������.���������}, tig,*, *i,nt -,ii  mucous surfaces of the system. iiAI.L'S'! lr lte niSn nrae lllar..?,u  CATARRH   MKtXI'CINE   assists    Natiire   in ] more "-at'tentibti   to  the  building  up  ot  the little town and    less    to    making  Because Lydia ������. Pinkham'a  i    Vegetable Compound Restored My Health  3  -1-  restoring   normal   conditions.  All  Druggists.       Circulars free.  1-.  J.   Cheney   & ������fc������'.,.. Toledo,   Ohio.  ���������Beware ot people who hand ;,ou  something-Cor nothing. They will expect you to pay double for it later.  ���������M**************************^^...���������^^  -INVENTIONS  , - *  S������nd for tUt of (nrentlona wanted by Manufuc-  ���������urarc. Feriuntt bav������ tr������*n made Irom almpto  (d������������������.   "Patent Protection*'booklet on rcQuest.  HAROLD  C   SHIPMAN  St   CO.  PATEKT ATTORNEYS    ^S^ WSSl  Cook's Cottoia Root CompoutidL  A safe, fejiablts ventilating  mraiciiH.. B<,Ul in threo de-  ������!���������*��������������������� cf ������tr������>ri(iih���������Ko.   1, $1;  n*. a. ta-. No. s. tr, per i>o������.  Botd  by   ill  -d.-UKRists', nr neat  prBpai.*1   "    -* - *���������   --*  i Cl .  SH 1  oiv   r<-c"ipt   nf   pri  ;"M������      pRinptit*:!..        A<l<lre  THC COOK MEDICINe CO.,  TORONTO. ONT.   (tttmttlt: ~.MWJ)  Size  Of Universe  Scientists Trying to Estimate ^Extent  In Miles  Discus sin g^M ie slatetnent ol* l">r. H.  Shapiey. Director of Harvard University, that the limit of the universe is  ::00,000 light* years away, Doratuion  observatory ollleials point oui that af*  light travels ISCOOH miles a second, a  light yeai* is 7,O00,O0O.W������.),0'0O miles.  The extent ol' the universe .then, accord ing to the Harvard astronomer's  estimate, is a,'I (������O.OOt>,00OJOOO,()0O,0O0  miles. By the lin'iir. of the universe,  the dislanoe ll extends, not tliejltuo  il may he evpeeted id endure, is  u i ruin I..  iOsCHfiBj**-*  -~~ms~m  Xi~r.t?:Gifai^yJ.^^\j~j;r.-rrir^->-.t:���������r^-,-~~���������~i���������Ly.  'W^'-H ,...,��������� ���������   K^'   k'^Uf**' .  .     ,'";-'   >     ^ A,t,-mfm^v.^^m.y     M  ,  the overgrown cit>* larger. Tire little town yis-home���������or should be. 15  needs our ""support, and Ave are the  people who must give it life and power if it is to have .either. The big  city tares nolhing for us. _ it will if  it can puli our donars away and lure  our boys and" girls into, its ^whirlpool,  but that is the only hise it has for ns:  The little town needs us and;we;need  it. Hall's Corners"*may not make as.  large a tlent on the 'map as New Vork,  but it really moans more to us. and wo  ought to help mal?e it something to be  proud of. Why not^et. OA**er the idea  that the bright .future" of A������������������neriea lies  in the greal eides? It does nol, The  future whieh lies-"in the cities is  shopworn, smoked, dirl.y and unclean. The true future lies in... the  country and in Iho little towns. Back  them up aiul nialce them grow. -Rural  New Yorker.  Hornell, H. Y. ��������� "I was in bad health  ol  us  paid -j font there didn't aeemtobe any one thing  '���������""'-'��������� " ! "  the matter with me.  I was tired out all  over audit was an effort for me to move.  I was irritable and  could not sleepnighta  and had trouble with  my bowels and at my  periods. It seemed  thatnearly every one  around me knew of  your -medicine and  wanted me to try it,   so at last I'took  Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Coni-  Saund Tablets and Lydia E. Pinkham'a  lood Medicine and improved every day.  I do all my* own work-now except tne  washing and do it with ease. I ean accomplish as much iii a day now as it  ���������would have taken me a week to do last  winter arid I try to get every orte I know  to take your medicine to build fhem \;p.  You are welcome Jto use this letter as a  testimonial if you like.'":���������Mrs. Chas.  Baker. 21 Spencer Ave., Hornell, N.Y.  In almost every neighborhood there  are women who know of the value of  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable -Compound.    They know because they have  i taken it and have been helped.   Why  | flon'tyou give it a trial 'i  Blouse   Or  Baby's  Coat  In  Diamond Dyes  "Diamond l>yes" add years oi wear-  to wonijftfcided Bkirts, wulsts, coats,  BtcMsldng^V H-woHferH, coverings, hangings, clmporitts. everything. 10 very  package contains directions so simple  any woman ean put new, rich, t'ade-  l**SHrt color into jjer worn giti'tnentH or  dni.pei'iftH even.ll' she has never dyed  hf.ioi-,%      Jus I. buy Diamond Dye.-i ������������������������������������no  or.hfi* icltxt then your    iiuiuulul    will  come out rigid, heen use Diamond Dy������s  air; mi-,ii.it\U'-.'.i\ nut lo HlireaU, spot.  Uu\f., or run, Tell .vour tlHlRglsr,  whet 11 nr the nialerial yon wish to dye  1������ wool rn* kSI1������, or whei her ll l������ linen,  -cMion -nr udveil grvorls.  It  Driven   To  "Wli*,   ������I|iI   ,v������mi   hike   your   Hltle   i-|,-  li-.v'.      t'.tini'iit.iii',    \~\t-\.'!      Why ������ll������|it'l  j mi a dr \i.-ri'  |r yon  couTd have  ilV"  "f     ulld,     iimmiii) ,     and     Hlii'   naid   f  fr.nlitn'r."  rimd'a   LiniM45nt   F"or   Dlutsoip-ar.  ^NORTn^esTiisc wj&mm. m  w.   n    ������.;.   i uu  ~\  "%-i~>'  ~mt 3r*������E KEVrEW. CRESTON, B> Q~.  /  r     Z  '   -J** ���������**-**������  f  ing Of Greece Is  Virtually "A Prisoner  In The Royal Palace  m *"* "' ttt    "*"  WESTERN  EDITORS  Greece ifS j G I   I ET E7 E" R F" IT}     ^ O  , virtually a-prisoner in tho palstce, ���������says i O KJ- r f  LnL l~~J    \m> %J  Paris'-���������King George of  Lat Belgrade* dispatch to the -Matin.  I  (FROM HEART AND NERVES  The correspondent as-serts "that -the j l-frr",    lA/AQ    A    Dfi rPflPKl  King made  strenuous  efforts to  siop | L "II" U"   WAD   A   DUnULPl  SSe execution oC thc cabinet ministers.  ^������nd     askeiL- the   Jugo-Slav   and  ������-u-  $, {Banian, ministers to act in    favor   of  the condemned men.     -As a refeult he  fbund    hrrn.bclC_in    conflict with  the  Bl Gonatis Government. "���������**  ! "Lausanne.���������Friends here of Prince  Andrew ol*.Greece, brother oi former  s*,-n��������� ^"nstantine voiced anxiety sis to  _iris iate,. in \ievv- of the revolutionary  Bovernment's execution ol the six lor-  ���������aier cabinet ministers and arrays officers.  ���������������-.     ,         .        * ���������.*-..���������.     S r.     r.lxri..rr.rti.     trifll      i'l IS-  .T'lIlLOO    JUIUI-CVI      iii     V,Vlito8*.u       >���������     0---r  ���������obey ing    1 he " orders    of ,the general  staff while at the head of   a   division  in    Asia    Minor,  with the Turks.  He is interned at Athens under  toestvy guard, and is not even allowed  to receive food sent by his European  "feiends, berause of the suspicion ��������� 1 hai  lie might in this manner receive secret me&sages.  TV������r. *a. -11," - "Lee, Beams ville, Out.,  writes:���������"I am delighted to let you  know what' I .have to say' regarding  the good Miiburn's Heart and Nerve  ���������Pills did me.  A ' short    time    ago I suffered with  "heart and nerve trouble, and   was , so  bad I could not sleep, onl> about two  hours- each night.      My heart was so  bad I had speiis when driving Ou-tlie  road and would faint away, and neigh-  borsr   wTould  _cavry    me    in from my  wagon.      I'also took these  spells  in  the night and during my daily work  on the farm.      My nerves were soNbad  L would jump out oi" h~.il, and >vas_tb.en  compelled to walk the floor befor-e l  could settle, down again, but after rak-  during, the conflict j *"������ <t fewwwli ol  - MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  I can honestly say T am a relieved  man. I now feel in the best of health,  in 'fact7"the best I've been in for three  ears, and can do any class of work  ith pleasure where before life was a  burden to me."'  Price 50c a box at all dealers or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  Expect That Embargo  Legislation Will Pass  At Present Session  "Cascarets" 10c  "1  mf-.  For   Sluggisl   or" Constipated  Bowels  Liver  B.   Readstone,  Editor and Proprietor  cf The  Canadian, Melville^ Sask-  '���������-   ���������***  J  ,^^-^^x^Xa-l-^Q I HHHKIH) ,0. , *. ������ ..4-X++X.-.0 ** **l t  Clean your-bowels!      Feel fine!  When,you   leel   sick,   dizzy,   upset, months aero bv the  when 3 our head is dull   or   aching, or | *fme months ago ������y tae  w  MOTHER!  i our  Abulia :>   pu>V.ci3.*. i.x������et*u.  Hr^rvi'lCr.  i,~~r-00v-.:,v    CtiTf   Crmn"  \ Si    ���������. rm~\. 0x00mm R||m**M. A.0%  a.*J.*tA0A~.'mlm mm,,   ...-.-*-. ���������r��������� 0~���������, .  *t 0 ������:-.....   fj-,xrm /^A|pistr������iraftv  ������^C*tJT     r-X.  * . rtr * t.X0..t0     . xmx tt -r      ��������� ���������  T .��������� g- -    - .  Constantinople.���������The    official    Ana-  Ir-XZ-.mx       ^rrrtvtrx���������      m. c Cr B.V+a      Hioh     SI       -PI1TI ������5TI*h*1-  *.X0XXVXX*.       t.x^tr t..\r Jf uwwu. .w ��������� ��������� ���������      ~. ~      .  acy has been discovered among Armenians in Italy to foment an uprising in Constantinople for the purpose  of provoking foreign intervention, it  is alleged by the agency that Armenians have planned the assassination of  high Kemalist officials;  Backaches/  your stomach is sour or gassy, .inst  take one or two Cascarets to relieve -  constipation. No griping���������nicest  ) laxative-cathartic on earth for grownups and children. 10c a box. Taste  like candy.  London.���������The Duke  of  Devonshire,  Secretary of State for the Colonies,*-*  has announced .that the Government  will introduce a bill for the lifting ot  the Canadian cattle embargo at the  present session of the Jlouse of Commons, and will do its utmost to pass  Lt. It is hoped that the question will  be -finally, definitely and honorably  settled before Parliament is prorogued.  The term o~ the proposed legislation  to gi\e effect to the resolution passed  House    ot  -^- -t ^ t���������   m. -a ^ _^-*������ ���������������. yv^ T   4"\.-wwl t  commons   auu         ���������   ---       Sevan lift Mmrtf Warslitns  ���������^���������WJfc-JJ^WW ~-m'%~r mw~m-~w~mt   -*m ^w   w^p, w*>Mpw  Tow Tr������y������  ftiltlltif  Establishment  of Market Only  Thing,  Needed Says Deputy Minister  .-.-ii--.  mi,���������       rtttX-x.'-l.       r*.0p      TV r. tr* rx A i o *l*������  ���������UtLaXVd. J   lit; OullJUl.        ,*>J ^rtr���������<~ixlxx���������.-  mines in the west can be trebled as  soon   as    the    necessary market has  been  established,  according    to     Dr.  Charles - Camsellt Deputy  Minister ot  Mines, who has retui*ned from a, pro-  Longed tour  of western    coal    fields.  Average output at present is 5,500,000  | tons a year and as thc demand warrants tlie output can be increased to  from 12.000.000 to    14,000,000"   yearly,  he says.  Great    Brstasn    Wil!   Call    Halt   Until  Other Nations Take  Action-  "London.���������Great   Britain   will   scrap  no more warships under the Washington limitation of arms treaty until the  other nations have   taken  action and  scrapped their quota, according to the  assurance    given    a    question in the  House of Commons by Byres Monsell,  Financial Secretary .to the Admiralty.  Asked who had ratified the treaty,  Commander Monsell replied:  "The treaty of Washington has been  ratified "by the United * States, Japan  and this country, but not yet by  France or Italy. -  "Eight British capital ships rendered useless for War purposes,:'fhe add*  L ~l~r*1xr~.    UM)  calling for the removal of the embargo, were agreed upon at a conference here recently in which Hon. W.  S. Fielding. Hon. Ernest Lapointe, Dr.  J. H". Gxisdale, Deputy Minister of Ag-  ricuituie, and Hon. Duncan Marshall,  Commissioner ot Agriculture, represented Canada's interests.  P*acri  s Friend  The Original and Only Genuine  jOH-HSl'  Tt  WK^nm  il  YARMOUTH, f^S  RUPTURE  KOiS 8,000 ANKUALL  XT  1  'Eight*thousand persons each year are  laid    away���������the   -burial  certificate  being  ....    ..        -     - -.-..., marked "-Rupture.**     V,Tsy?.  Because ths  -*A    "alvMilv  liavf   heen   sold   to   shitJ i uiitorta-nate ones had    neglected' . them-  ea,     aJieaaj   aiave   ueea. wiu   ���������������   ������uiy t selvea;or lia<j been merely S;kin& care ot  Hurry mother! Kven, a sick child  loves the "fruity" J a s^e oC," California  Fig Syrup" and it never fails to open  the bowels. A teaspoonful today may  prevent a sick child tomorrow. If constipated, bitioufl. feverish, fretful, has  ������old, -colic, or il" stomach is sour,  eongue coated, breath bad, remember.  a good cleansing oi' the little bowels  :��������� is often- all that is neclsssaryT ^:; .  - Aslcvour druggist for genuine ������������������Cu.li-  . Rush Road on -to James Bay  Toronto.���������The postponement of the  electrification project and the decision  to push construction work continuously until a port upon James Bay shall  be reached, were thp principal decision^ reached at a._ conference between the Temiskaming and Northern  i;,,  fbrnia   Fig   Syrup"   which  has   dlroc-j Ontario Railway directors  tions for  babiea-ana  children  ot-all      ^."g-^  ages printed on bottle.    Mother!    You i nuei ljrurj  must say "CaUfornla" or you may���������.get  an imitation fig; ..syrup. ,   .     -    .,  Opposes Cattle Pool  Calg-ary Livestock Man Thinks Scheme  Is Impracticable  , Calgary.���������Kstabllshment of a cattle  pool by the United . Grain . Growers,  Limited, to .affect Calgary. Kdmonton  ancl Winnipeg, . is impracticable and  CraugUt with many dinlcnlt iek, according to-John Reid,' Secretary ol' the  Calgaj-y Livestock Exchange.  "I would suggest, in lieu of this  scheme',; that a .local pooling arrangement be made, which would be far  more Satisfactory," said Mr. Iteid.  -After all. Calgary Ih one of the best  mai'keta for good live cattle raised in  Alberta, and -the idea behind the  U.G.G.; ltooUng scheme is to secure ;������*  better price for cattle."  and    Pre-  IvelieTCsTspteness  by warming mnd cmuiativi^blood  Stop those dulUinsisient aches,  -fey relieving^the painful .con--  ' gestion. Sloan's does thissrf  .Without rubbing*, it quickly  penetrates the,"sore spot, stimulating the circulation to and  through it. Congestion is reduced, soreness allayed,, the  pain relieved.  Sloan's relieves sore, achinc  muscles, banishes the pains  oi rhcumatiscu tnd ncuraltria.  ' Breaks up colds in chests  Stops stdferiua���������wherever  ??      congestion rouses pain.  'H    .;*-.'*--Made--th Canada *.V.-.'.;        -'.  breaking arms for ^breaking up.      Six  more have been-rendered incapable oC  war risks service and two more will  have been similarly dealt with by the i  end 6~ next .month  the sLj?n (swelling) of the affliction at.d  paying no attention to the cause. "What  are vou doing? Are you neerlectins  yourself by wearing a truss, appliance or  whatever liatne you choose to call it?  ��������� i At best*,' tbe truss is only a make^Jiift-?-  I a  false prop  against  a  collapsing  wail������������������  -.0 :~r ���������:      - I and cannot be   expected to-act as more  1      "So   far as is ���������  known     the     United    than  a   mere  mechanical  support. .     jhft  l o*u   i.d.1   <ts  is     tvu.^������iL     i u -binding pvesswe retards    blooa    circula-  States   and   Japan   have   not   disposed    tion. thus-robbing the weakened musclca  ... ...        r..    xtxr.*-   -.v-SvvvSv   t-hnxr   Ti^-ftri   most���������nourish.  of ships, except possibly -obsolete  ships that have beendisppsed of inordinary course."  -x English Farmers Want Assistance  "London!���������Chambers sit. ^agriculture  are petitioning the Government to  grant loans to farmers for buying  their farms. Many old-style landlords who are now. taxed 20 shillings  on the pound are compelled to sell  their land and the Government is expected to assist the.small .farmers to  buy.  of that which they need most���������nourishment, r ,    ,,  But seiencs has found a .way, and all  truss "sufferers 1n"t*he land, are invited to  make a test r������srht-!n the privacy- of their  own homes. The PiAPAO method js  uiiauestionably the . most .scientific, .logical and successful sdlf-treatment for; rupture the world hasever known., ���������--    -  The PLAPAO PAD when adhei-ins  closely to the body cannot .possibly slip  or shift- out: of place, therefore cannot  chafe or pinch. Soft .as-velvet���������ea.sy to  apply���������comparatively    inexpensive. To  be used whilst you work and whilst you  sleep. Ko_straps, buckles or springs attached.    * ���������������������������-.-'    -r. V ,    V ���������       '  J^eas-n how to close the hernial opemne  as nature intended so the rupture CAN'T  come down. Send- your name antf ten  cents, coin or stamps, today to PhAPAO  CO.. 482" Stuart Bldg.. St. l^ouis, Mo...for  trial T'l^pao and Instructive information.  ���������Cc) P.L.  '';   Alberta Forest Fires  Calgftvy.���������Another   forest   fife   lias  broken!; out" in  Northern. Alberta,  althoughthe regular season  for  Corest  conflagrations was believed to be past  A������we time ago, (ueeovdlnK to Information   received    In    the city by C.'H,  ��������� Mor8o;*i'.biB]>oo*oi?  of  Forest  U������h������tv������������  for Alberto.  Chanaeil Rule of Road  Fiedertcton, N.B.���������The rule o������ the  road wa������ elmrnged In the province oi  New llrunawlelc on "December 1 and on  -and after that dute It wuh "turn to the  right", sui It Ih Jn all the-provinces o  Canada west or New BruuBwl^lc.  For FascitMtmg Eyes  t.,->  }Wl*nh~ -^Jm K, a������ 'r������.iiiwu������.  jjjH $?. ^f^ j^^^ EYES*  ���������<|������������IMMWWl������'W'*ll������l������l  W."N������    U.    Hi-*  ���������ib  No Treatment for Gouglns aiwl Coids Was  Ever So Satisfactory  ���������-*������''  ~mm~~mmm~*mmmm~mmm^tmmmmmmmim--f'mm~m-  AU these years Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed .^nd  Turpentine has held its place in the family-medicine chest  because there has been nothing to equal it.  It holds the confidence of all as the most certain relief from Croup, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough and  Asthma.-  Saved from Pneumonia  Mr. W, O. Kidder; R.R. No. 1, Noyim.  On... wnteB:���������"I th������������k Dr. Ch������������,t  Syrup of Lim������ed *i^d Turpentine i������ Ju������J  wonderful for cough* and cold*. Two  bottles entirely freed my cough after 1  had tried! every other cough mediano  I knew of, 1 feel *ure it saved me from  Uaymg pneumonia/and I cannot ro-  commend it too l"*"***   "  Stubborn Cough  Mr*. Jeremiah M. Bkgelow, Bigelow.  Ont.. write������~4l had a very -Jtubbora  couch- for over four~years, and I tried  doctor* and almost every������ni*ri8 without  results. One day an old friend asked me  to try Dr. ChasVs Sy*&ip ol lin*eed and  Turpentine. 1 used five bottles, and it  worked like magic. I bave never been  bothered suicje. and that is some years  ago.  DR. CHASE'S **T  Iim I &*^ W.jm" BLm   B    ii ^tm. mium-. M   nj^y^.BJy  --SH1<|  "������������������    - ".'������������������-"���������_.   *~fK~.     Ml A,^**-* ������r Edntnsiaoa, Bstm & Cfc('UAi Toronto.  3Sc a -bokOe.  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5PHE  CBBSUON BEVIEW
CRESTON
Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.
Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.
$3.00 to U.S. points.
C." P. Hayes. Editor and Owner.
CRESTON,  B.C.. FRIDAY. DEC; 15
the
striking*
Wyngaei&i
... Matt. Hagen's new house is nearlng
oompiefefon, ahd the family hope to be
occupying it by Christinas.
. The snowfall is quite but of favor
-with the yonng folks. It has entirely
spoiled the skating.
lie sure to keep an open date for the
20ch���the school con cert and Christmas tree.'
"Julius" is building'a big  new barn,
but reports it kind of cold   work these
d��ys.
rJ-*sLr&. SHngsoy entertained ts. few
friends-last Thursday night at an at
home. Twenty hands of whist were
played; followed by a few songs with
a dainty lunch at the close. All en-
j ��yed the affair immensely.
"cinching"" up a   toad .of   lumber
binding   pole   sprung' back,
hini across the forehead, and throwing
hirn off the load onto the frozen road-
��� --.*. *������*���*,   .     ..*,*;
way, inflicting serioos injuries to the
spine���the impart.of the binding pole
rendering hi on unconscious for almost
84 hoursl. Dr Henderson w-as-ininiedir
ately summoned, and gave him the;
necessary attention for the trip to
Cranbrook hospital the same day, and
-from where reports come that his condition is unchanged.
Saturday and Sunday's fall of sndw-
aceountsrforabont 12 inches of sleighing- and at present Canyon.City Lum-
ber^Company is employing most every
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Ok. fl ~..XtXi-��A, tr    H**.X*J4-i XTfC       VrVZI.XtX,      VAX.     UU��*C2   A ttXiX.M. XAA
logs, posts,. a-x��d poles. We understand the mill will commence cutting
on Monday.
The "United Farmers had-a special
meeting on Saturday night, which
was Entirely taken up with a discussion
of proposed amendments to the pro"
vincial U.F. constitution. The animal
meeting wiii be h<��ld this Satsarday
night, 16th, at the schoolhcnjse. ..-
Jea"-v Orai^e^-^ Fraser, Jean
Hall, Richjird HaJl, Effie Littlejohn,
Beth IfirtnarjQ,;Ruby |k3artin, Madeline
���Putnam, Allan "Wood, James Handley.
Z Z In .|h ejtmior division Miss Edna.
Holmes reports as follows: Highest
standing-, 8ecbnd Reader���Harold'
Davis,*' Liloyd-. Oartwrigh.t, - . Richard
Thurston. '-; I^irst Reader���Dennes
Harrison. ��� A '-Glass���SyIvia*^ Stinson,
Sidney ��cott; Morris Kelsey." B Class
���Lethe Davis." MurieKThurston, Billy
Wood.ZZGGlass-^Stella Davis, Coirie
-s^Ui^jr&odne^.y'-'-Putnan). Perfect attendance���Clarence Botterill, "Lloyd
-��artwrljpli*$i>> Cbrrie" ^ Calif, Harold
Davis, yiJPT&hcesi' Handley. Dennes
Harrison. Hoy Penson, Douglas, Put-
st&tr:;. Pei'ley Putnarej. Rodney Putnanj,
Hunter PaatnairiiSidney Scott; Muriel
Thurston, Richard Thurston. Laurence
Wickstrouv: Billy "Wood, Sadie Fraser.
Canyon was fayored. with a ii>uKh of
real winter temperature on Monday
morning, when the mercury touched
five above zerQ.
Char-lie Johnson was a yisitor with
Spokane friends a few days this week..
Mrs. Hetherington of Nan tan, Alta.,
has arrived on a visit to her parents,
Mr. .and Mrs. T. Hickey, and will be
staying until after the New Years hull
day- ?.^."Z .' '-"--,-.
Rev.   Mr.   Helquist,   a   Norweigian
missionary of   Cranbrook,    was   here
early in the week, and held service at
the schoolhouscon Tuesdayhight-.
Tom Hickey left at the end  of the
week on   a   trip   into   the   Columbia
Valley, on his usual found at fur feuy
��n��-
6. Bentley aged about- 50s eiiaa,
ployed as   teamster   on   the   haul   of
-B-agw.
Jas. Blair was a week-end yisitor at
Kuskanook, returning on Tuesday. ���
Geo. Cain is back at work again"
after a two .. weeks" holiday, during
which he and Mrs. Cam spent a few
days with Calgary friends.
Miss Schmidt is biisv training the.
children, for the usual school concert,
which will probably be held on the
eyening of Friday. 22nd,
Rev. H. Varlev is due here on Sunday for the ��snat Church of England
evening service, at 7.30.
-. -There will be no meeting of the
sewing circle this week, the co.l**d
weather militating against the '-at��
tendance of ont of town snembers.
Mrs. Joh'es off Hnskanonk was here,
on Tuesday en route to Creston for the
Presbyterian bazaar. She says 8
above zero is lhe coldest experienced
at the lake port this winter so far.
.Mrs. Goodman if back fi onr Arizona.
tii which point  she  went about three
tatf
Your Ambition:
���whatever it may be^witt be more
easily aclueyed if you have creat-
* ed a strong ally in. the shape of a
Savings^ Bank balance.
It gives courage in present difficulties
and confidence for the future,
~, No  beguinipg is too  small' and   no
aim. too high.
Open art'account to-day. -ssar
11
THE CANADIAN BANK
���is*.   *?��   sgsr*.
PAID-UP CAPITAL       ���        ���        $f 5,000.000
RESERVE FUND -        -        $15,000,000
CRESTON BRANCH, C G. Bennett, Manager.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Postmaster- General, will be
ivceiyed* at' Ottawa until noon, cih*
Friday^ January .19, 1023.;'for the conveyance of.-.His. Majesty's; HilHs .on a.
proposed^ contract;for four years, six
times per week, on the route Camp
Lister and Oreston. from the 1st'April
next. ' ',--������'���'- ������"' :        " "���'"'
Printed notices containing- further
information " as to conditions of pro .
posed contract may be seen and blank.
feu-Ens of Tender may be obtained at
the* Post Offices of Gamp*Lister ,31 mi
Creston, B.C;. and at the office of the
Post Office Inspector. .  f
D. A.BRUOJE,
'Post QfSce Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office,
Calgary, Alta., Dec; 8. 1922.
BOAR   FOR  SERVICE
Purebred Dnroc Jersey Boar for
service S3; G. NICKEL, Griffin
Ranch, Creston. "���"-.
BOAR FOfl SERVICE
lumber from the mill   to   the  siding, J -**����*? ago vvitfa hai* daughter. Myrtle,
was   seiaottsly
morning;.      It
injured   on   Thursday
appears    that"   while
JOIN THE
Fifteen Hundred
Club of Kaslo
fft%-* ___ jt .._._*  .     at
. B*?E~i~- &Jt EM~? B��
taiih mhleh is incorporated the
Crat-tcmami Dittrict Fifteen
~~fan~tted Club.
Minimum of cost
Pa&a $1 for e&erj** member in
the Club immediately after the
notice of death���just when the
monesr is most needed.
The Club is growing rapidly;
Join qefore ilfilh up.
Write th*
Secretary- Treasurer, Kaslo.B.C.
ttr
Jas. Cook, Agent- Creston, B. C.
who is wintering there for her health.
En route home Mrs. Goodman visited
with a sister in Idaho for a few days.
< "I^rd master Loasby* was forced to
book a few days rest on Monday, due
to having- contracted a rather severe
cold.   ...
������ Mi*, and Mrs. E. Taylor of Winnipeg
are the latest to permanently locate at
KnskHnook. They are occupying the
cottage on Mrs. Jones ranch.
Miss Connie McCarthy of St. Eugene
hospital siaif. Cranbrook, is spending
a few days with her parents here.
Erickson school concert will be held
on Thursday, Decern her 21st, at8 p.m.,
sit the schoolhouse.
Messrs. Stinson and Leadbeater
have about finished their contract to
cut. about 3000 white spruce logs for
<G. Bit vie in the area between the
bridge and Arrow Creek. Frank
Putnam has taken the contract of
hauling them to  Canyqgp  for loading.
Mis�� Vaughan. principal of Erickson
school has issued the following report
for the senior division for November.
Highest standing: Entrance Class���
.Tohn Hall, Jean Craigie, Winnie Palfreyman. Junior Fourth���Jean Hall,
Willi* Wood. Senior Third���Richard
Hall. Jean Wood, Edward Martin,
Junior Third���James Handley, Margaret Fraser, Clarence Davis. Perfect     attendance ��� Edward      Clark,
RegisteredvChester White. All his
sowsaverage'"12''to the litter. GEO.
DAVIE, CanydB. vl
Ji�� $MlMir&��i����tM
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and
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Sheet MetarWork.    A good stock of Pipe
and Pipe Fittings on hand.
E, W. RreKM AN,-Grest6*^
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&S&W& g& inm nm��
Men's  Hal��;Soles, ?1,25
Women>H|i|f Sofes, |l.p0
Guaranteed^for 0 nioiitbs.
Secondhand Store in connection
' with business
Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095
Meets THIRD THURSDAY of
each    month    at    Mercantile
Hall.    Visiting brethren cordially invited.
ERIC OL&ON W.M
We.-have just the kind of^^Lumber you need
-'���'"���  y.y.Z """' .-,    'tb-do^j^-wp^
Proteetzyoar house from Fire %y
building a Brick Chimney
' We have the Brick T
Also Lime, Cement, Shingles, Lath, Mouldings? &c.
Canyon City
Company
LIMITED
GRAND THEATRE
Regular Prices
.
Dec. 25
The Girl       The Dog      The Man
A wonderful girl filing
from eity *>ia��ie tt. th*>
mountniu   wllderneRw.
PtiHinjrc ho few ee 11 the
blood call of the wolf
and   doff devotion  tr>
the tuirh
A cplendid man nm*
onpr Htifonfrt*- men ( a
figure of power in thin
tir~~m~~   of tlie woodn.
STRONGHEART, the Wonder Bo��f in
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TI���� hfiBt y-fil'/J TtrM niii. U'lrrrlTPw drtumm. Hlrrmttlntmrt, .tit> wr>*|f rh-*r��f
jlsin't a morft aofcor, but a* killer ��h |jramifcivf> m any lean paolelfmtler
that ever prowlocl tho ���wildfi whtm ho leapi�� Ut ilia o~vH wf tho k'""!-
Oht~ufrl    Somfl piohiire.     Doai't mww it OhHwImaw Day.
GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS
2 pieces All Wool Nigger and Cardinal SERGE, SO inches wide, at $1.15 per yard
Why not give a useful present ?    It will be appreciated.     We have anticipated your
needs.    The goods listed below are exceptional values.
Fancy China Cups and Saucers
Six different pat ter us at 25c.
Six different patterns, at 30c,
s Fancy Cream and Sugar, 60c.
Fancy Cream Jugs; 25c,
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Decorated Tableware
Semi-Porooliiin in Boee pattern.
12 Sets Glassware
Includos    Su*gar     Bowl,     Cream
JiiB,
Covered Butter Dish, Spoon Holder, ab $3 set.
Handkerchiefs
Picture Haiidkorohiefs for  Children at 4
for 25o. to 20c. each.
IjiidioB, 5c, 10o., 16o., 20o., to 50o. oaoh.
Ladies' in boxoa, at 50,65,75,00c., to $1.50.
Men's in White, Colored, and Silk.
Aluminumware
Seif-BastiriR Roasters���three sizes���at
3.75, 4.00 and $4.50.
Speoial at $1.89, includes Tea Pots,"Per-
oolatoro, etc.
For the MEN
Jaepjar Sweatera, 6.50 to $12.00.
Wool Gloveei, 1.00 t.o $1.50.
Tiea, 75o, to $150. ��
For the BOYS
Ja^or Sox for men, all wool, J75o. to $1.25.
Give him an All Wool Sweater or a good
warm suit of Underwear in Fleece Com bin-
atioim or 2 piece Suit,* or all wool Stockings,
For.the BABY
All wool Crib Blankets at $2.00.
Stocking, Bootees, Bonnets, etc.
GROCERIES���Currants,  Raisins, Peel, Nuts, Spices, Oranges, Cranberries, &c.
LIMITED
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tahita ���������*- *->  "������. ���������"���������' '���������'  l-r ',   x^r  -f-ME 0BMBTO1S MBViWW  M  Local and Perarmal i"*" I*d"-sed^ fa*seiJ������Qj������ Selling at, ic  "WCa*  "K*   JT-tSrSOIiai   lb. for front quart^^^AlfredNflspn,  Creston. _ y\'*y:~ y.  Growers ore reminded of the meeting  hi Spt������ei-H' Hall on Saturday afternoon  at 3 o'clock, at whicn Jas. Adlnrd will  report on the proceedings ol the B.C  growers meeting at Kelowna on  .Wednesday and Thursday of last  week.'  V - -  Notice���������Commencing-Dec; Jet, 19*22,  mv btitfiier business will be conducted  on ~~ strictly cash bams. In connection  with this change all meat  prices have  HEIFER   ESTRAY  ttod heifer, 18 months old, TB tag. in  left ear. No. A5*368. WhijU^ eresreht  mark on forehead, end of ta.H white,  l^ft breast white, small white mark oh  right hind foot. Information that  ���������will lead to recovery, will be rewarded.  MRS. E, WILLIAMS, Wynndel.'  M&alL in  House?  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected yisitordrops  in for a meal. But why  worry?,    *���������  -  ~~.komrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest Quality  Cooked' Mam  LviTick  SM-  '������������������-���������&���������������������������->  are   always   to   be   had  here.   In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock  pro^ficts.  & CO., Ltd,  ' _ ^OK ���������yS,A~~E���������-Grade " Jersey cow,  freshened six week������~j.ago, very low  price for cash. Holstein cow, due'to  freshen middle of January. Also two  ^etL light., sleighs. Alfred Nelson*  C -eston.  Creston is this year expei-iencing the  coolest December known for. many a  year. Eve?-since the 4th the niercury;  has been hanging ground aero, whilst  on the 10th, 13th and 14th it travelled  as far down as 11 below'zera on all  three occasions.  The town -team evened things np  at basketball on Friday ni-erht" at the  fall fan- building when thev triumphed  oyer the High School five by a score  of 20 to 23.* Overtime, however, had  to be played, as at .full time honors  were even at 20 20.     v ' .., ....._  *.-'.. harbor faSJlilses which "he is s?^viES]  ���������OwSp-g So fche severity of the weath-  eluded    ia  the    1923   estimates,   are  in-gs at*, some, advance on ,sale pricey  Alfred "Nelson who bought Blocks 17  and 25 of Xot B555. has just disposed of  them both t<TMr. Bloor, a newcomer  fronj Alberta.*  -"Creston, 30 minutes for lunch" was  the announcement to easbound passengers on arriving at Creston on  Tuesday. The weather was so severe  at Sirdar on. Tuesday morning that  the-dining, car-froze up and was" pot  thawed out, sufficiently to permit of  meals being served - by the time the  train reached 'here.  R.- "B. Beatti^- off Vancouver was a  business visitor here at the end of the  *r?eek,,. Although now resident at the  coast, where he has a~snntt>(l (be  chairmanship of the Vancouver harbor boaid, Bert still takes a very  l.vely interest hi the welfare of the  Kootenavs, ancf this will be strikingly  shown ifsCertain  improvements to the  Specialized Collection Service  Highly specialized service In collections is  rendered to clients with current accounts in  this Bank. Acceptances are obtained quickly  and payments promptly transmitted, thus  facilitating the transaction of your business.  *"-/���������- w*������  & *~  IMPERIAL   BANK  er there was not a; full tin-noil t at the  fall fair directors meeting on Wednesday night, and it was decided to adjoin n urtlil Monday evening, Jan. 8th,  ssn-whicb date the president and other  officers will be named.  Grand a Irons - are reminded %hsst  thf show of pktui-cs for the holiday  week wiSS be on Christmas and New  Years Davs���������hot the Saturday-evening  previous J^s has heens>h������ case the last  two yeara. Verv special attractions  have been booked for both dates.  Between the Methodist chicken sup-  pM-^the English Church bazaar, and  the Presbyterian dinner and bay.aar-*-.  within lets than six weeks���������the people  have corns* through with almost $830  cash for aiixUiary church purposes.  And vet we hear there is n-o money in  She Vaiiey. -  The ferry statistics for November  show Skipper "Lockhead to haye had  about the busiest tinse-of the year last  inonth. with a total of 504 rwiRt! trip--,  transporting 313 donble rip and a  passenger business of 767 persons. 47  automobiles were also carried during  the month.  Already buyers a-U th.e government  land ������aUHn October are", beginning to  1 h~m over their newly acquired  tmlt'-  prssvidftd by ther federal department of  public works. Zyp    ������������������'"���������.  .-���������'*"-' '.,---.-���������' , ���������    -���������- .  At the at home at the house on the  Pendry ranch last Tuesday night Alice  Siding Social Clkib was reorganized  foi* tbs wintetv. -with J. W. Varies*1*  presides!; S; McNeil, seeretkry-trea. =  urerj and an executive* of Mesdames  R. Stewart and Mai-shall ahd Stanley  Paul. F������p the present the ciiib will  neeet the fiifet ar.d third Tuesddy  nights. It is hoped, to have all th������ old  members back again, and many new  ones. .At the" organization ineeting  dancing, games and songs; were the  features of the session. :  C������ Wo. AULiAt^,  GRESTOM BRANCH,  Jtfoaage-r.  To keep, thewheels moving I am going to  ���������'" p. giy������ you a chance to  Ifleyon  verhaul  Anglican Gliureii  SUNDAY, OEC. IT  CRESTON SIR!>AR,  II a.m. 7.80 o.ni.  iFtr..- ?."     "' rZi  Pianoforte; Organ and  Singing Lessons  apt-lr  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  .."..-���������- K^ Bex ft  i will giveyou 20% off on eall xw&rk dome  between now and end of the year* and  guarantee cm zy&rknzanship���������zvhich evZ  eryone knows to bs tkeJtest in Hie Valley-   \  I haye a large shiptjient of Tires ob th  which will be here in a^ few days  vuvr i'-vKiv^  Uoodyear and' Gutta Percha from $8.&0 to $9.G������ e&ch  ���������- V ^    . *-.';��������� .ZZ-'  - "��������� ���������    -r-  When purchasing yonr hubby a Christmas Gift  ^ .  thinM of something for the car        v v  Horn, Motor, Meter,,'-Sfr. of Spark Plugs  "���������   '������������������'��������� Jubem FlsmhUght Zi'Z..  . anu many^otuer t niogs that bse sure to be appreciated.  y  ^p^y  ������su Supply  i  The  Christmas  Shopping time  is here again and we^invite your immediate inspection of our stocks of jpractical,  useful and  lasting gifts.     We can  help you  select presents for all your relatives and friends that will  truly please them, and which can be bought at reasonable prices.     Here are a few sample suggestions:  Ladies9 Silk"Waists  Beaded and Plain effects  ELaciies Silk Camisoles  A range of beautiful colors, $2.25 to $3.S0  *   Select China  26-pieee Tea Set, a very   neat, hand   painted design,  reg. 25 00} special Chriatmas price .-. .* ;.....$19.S0  '��������� \*  21-piece Tea Set, a Rose pattern, that last year sold at  8.25; special Christman price ....  ~   5.50  52-pi<2(~e Dinner Set, a Royal Blue pattern.    This set is  the famous Johnson Bros, gooda;' Chriatmas price- -25.50  We have a nice range of Fancy China for  Christmas Gifts  See our display before buying elsewhere.  Phonogra  Brunswick Phonograph, Mahogany finish, $138,00  Coltitttlfses GrizfortcBsBj' vVtslsttst '^zutifelk, 4!!'*������?2r.*47fi?  Wo will sell theno muoljinen on easy fcerrms,  December Columbia and Brunswick -  Records just in. '   ,  Men's Wear  S by Hah and exclusive new merchandise ia now displayed for  your Chriatmas seleotio������m.  Praoiical and sensible Rifts nt  most reasonable -prices. You  will certainly admire our  Dreas V-neck Pullovers  Dress Higli-'Necl*; Pullovers  V-neck Wool Vests  Heavy Wool Swesiterfl  Just a few of o������r other  lines nre-T-  Four-in-hand. Tfca   .  Knitted Ties  Wool and Silk Scarfs  - ���������"       Bow Tien  Wool Dress Gloves  , Gape Gloves  Dress Shirts  Dress Hose   >  Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs  Silverware  ��������� ti*.  - -. *^������*  Have you seen the new  _, , . **������  Tudor Plate Pattern Silverware  We have a nice assortment to pick from.  CRUSHED SILVERWARE in   Ban  Bon  Dishes,  Fruit Baskets and Nut Bowls  LADIES IN BOXES  Full range of patterns ranging from XSc. to 40c.  House Slippers  Men s and Ladies���������a fall range f������ tehoose from  m  m- .^A^^mfv.****-^^  i^-t~~~~~~~1~~ig~W.  ^^^~^~~m^~m^~^l~htii&~^^^  gaasasife^^  a^t!^15!iiffi*^'^wi^^^*g^a^ia . _ T  Sg&!������fl������&*,7t-W  *-,-*,;-?:  II  >  XII*. lOiVlKW, CKJKfcTOX. B. *&  ^ASTORIA  For Infants and Children  In Use For Over 30 Years  Always bears  the ....*-'  Signature of  ffi&Zc&tC  ? Pimples  Disappear ?  ������| "You .don't need mercury,jaatg������l������   ������J  ^or arty .-other strong mineral to  cure pimples caused by poor  blood. Take Extract of Roots���������  druggists call it "Mother Seige'l's  Curative Syrup���������and your skin will  clear up as fresh as a baby's, tt  will sweeten your stomach and  regulate your bowels." Get the  genuine. 50c. and $1,00 Bottles.  Af <!i*lin r~.t*vTr.r~\- ~,  I am just:a./little bit worried about  Mary. pon has made it very plain  that he Sirtet", with her only because  he felt that I had vhed him badly by  concealing iny engagement to -another  man... But did Mary flirt with him  just for mischief, or did she care for  ���������lijm seriously?      I *wish I-knew.  April'20th. 19-  Patlier has cabled his consent.  r     The-End  19���������.  ?!  I  MONEY ORDERS  The safe way  to send money by. ijxail,. is by  Dominion  Express  Money   Order. ------  iti-  fSS-S  ������������������ ..     - .. m~-  ��������� BY ���������  Elf IN OR MARSDEN -. WU~ OT  I    Published  by .Special .Arrangement-  li) with'the Author  XXVIII.  -v.     ���������".;-     - -���������-��������� Bar 1> "RjuicIl  Zi'z        i-Z . '���������-���������      "-    .    -May  3rd.  The end oJ: 'my diary begins to re  semhle    Sarah    lieraluardt's    iare-wellj  tour.    But as 1 never add a postscript  to a letter, "perhaps I may he allowed  to add one to'my diarv. .  Properly speaking, Mary is responsible i'or, this addition. After I received Father's cable, 1 wrote to her  and iinosiincef' niy ���������i5S:,.geiiieD.( H6I*  replj- came to-day, and as I could "not  do justice to it in. aa extract I shall  liaste it in my diary here! it forms a  more fitting conclusion than anything  1 myself could  write. _.  "Winnipeg  "April 27th, 19���������.  ���������"Dearest :i31inor.���������  -When I.ah dread your letter containing the marvellous news -of your  engagement I_ fetl so, happy that. I  wanted to hug someone, you or Uncle  Don, in preference. _ But there was no  suitable victim "within range, so I "abducted the-nearest small boy and took  him to see the 'movies.' " This small  boy is perfectly adorable; he has tow-  coloured curly hair, a turned-tip nose,  and an entra-Qeing lisp. We had 'one  swell time/���������-that very vulgar expression is a'quotation from the small  boy's vote of thanks, I have cut out  slang.  Honestly, Elinor, I  cannot tell you  ) how glad I am that you and U ncle Don  1  -*������/  (Continued)  My   hat   had vanished  rny   hairpin s . .. ��������� ..   also,   and   my  hair hung   in   a  braid j have at last acted in a sensible raau:  over rny shoulder.      Cupid stood a few  r  i'eet away with an apologetic expression on his face that surely. -meantf "I  "mow it was all my fault." Cupid,  like Mr. Mill^'ipjalways a- perfect gentleman. And Mr. "Livingstone glared  at us alternately. It was fiinny, and I  began, to laugh.  "I am glad that you find me amusing," said Mr. Livingstone stiffly.  And then 1 began to cry! " Surely  the strain of the last few months has  weakened my brain.  In a moment  Mr.  "Livingstpine was  . besid e me.  .   " Elinor,'' he said." gently,  "are you, or are you not, engaged to  that man in England*"  "I am not!" 1 replied indignantly,  "between sohs; "and even-if I were, I  don't see what right you have to ask  personal questions."  /'You don't, elT?"���������this with a Queer  little laugh���������"'well, we'll see about  that later. Arid irf* tile -meantime, if  you hare to cry you must do "it more  comfortably."   '  And now, after em-ouraging nie ao;  shamelessly, he says that T spoiled his"  second-best tie by sprinkling- salt  .water'all over it! Of course he has  said other thmgH too���������a great many*;  of them; hut while eminently satisfactory to me, his conversation is not  suitable for insertion in a well-conducted diary. ".-:'������.-������-'   ������������������":'.:���������  Wp had to rell out' wonderful.news  to tbe Blnghams,. but until .we hear  from Father Ave shall not; tell anyone  else. -Don and I wrote "to. Father at  once, and "Mr. Bingham.did al&o*���������awfully good of him, T thought it. We  have decided that I shall* go home  about tlie flrst of May, and Don will  come for me at Christmas. Inside  my ring in enxraved. "Klba. June 20th,  19���������." Fa*n**f*y Uon's ro/m>ittberinjs the  exact date*!'  A Successful Man  Among the notable profeaBional men  ot thin country who aolilevwl crreal  BiiceeflH nlonc (strictly legitimate linen  waa Dr. R, v. Pierce. Devoting lita  attention to fche ejwcialty of womnn'B  ������Ii������-Kf4*i*M,     lltt     iw-.-iiUU.M     a     l-i'.C-.#-VliUi~l  authority ln that IEn������.  Q.~r fifty yeatti aga tbfa noted  physician nave to  the wririd a  ft 6-  ������coption which ha������ never beeo  6 C| n. a I .x. i~ i*- v ft Is ������* wealrnM##f! of  women. Dr. lM*vce, of Buffalo,, T8.Y._  lonE ������inco fo-Jmd out what i������ natn-  ralty bent for wowen'i riiemaeB, lie  Beamed It ~Xl thru tveathig Choti-  ���������s.ai-ifl.������ tt'1 i-usz-r- ThR r.-r.-'A. oi h'.n  *l.ui!ie������ wen k m-Mli-rii-i* called "Doctor  rifrcn'fl Favfurire lV������*Rciip.tion. Thin  medicine 1* mmie of rei;������>*t8������ble growtbi-f  ������hat. nature Hureiy intftwrtcd for backache, be������d������e.hm, weal<enJnK p������in������, mail  lor the many fliBordeire common to  Wfrtww in all **������*������ of lii-������. Womvin vrlio*  tA*ko thin ttandarfl remedy know that  in Dr. Plprce-'e l������'������v<iriM) Preec rSptton  Ihey ttm petting a ������n.fa wdnmii11* tonSo  ������mj jfoo/i (Muni._������li ttHfalait-.y t,x.t~-j *.hrrc r.c!!  il in both tablet *nd fluid form,  K-#ii<3"!;3f)-c to T.r. IT'lrrce'e Branch  "Laboratory in Britig������burg, 0*~-v. to~  ���������tftftK pftcktiKe, tablet*.  ner.      Ac .soon as I .saw 3rou together  at the ra&Clr I concluded that he was  -���������well,. not wholly indifferent to you.  But you know, my dear, your predilection for ."Platonic-'friendship- and poultry   farming  would     discourage     tlie  boldest of men,  so I thought that it  was  time   for   little   Mary   to   take  a  hand- in the game.     Is that slang, or  hierel-y. technical phraseology?  -   First    of    all,    I tried flirting with  Uncle Don, but that din not seem to  trouble you in the least.     It was very  discouraging,   and  I   was   almost  disheartened when .suddenly, it occurred  I to me thatr if 1 could make Uncle Don  'flirt "with  me  it might  bring-you  to  3rour senses.      So I- called out the Reserves; and  told-him  a more or less  true  story about dear Arthur. sHaye  you evej.* "observed the line of. Uncle  Don's jaw when he isn't exactly pleased?      Gee, I was scared!    But I stood  to/my  guns,  and when  he  began  to  conceal his injured pride by devoting  hiinself  to me,  I  felt  satisfied that I  had followed the proper course.     You  certainly did sit up , and take notice,  but���������this for your cdrisolatlon���������Uncle  Don never caught on; he thought that  you were horacsiek!      Men are stupid  creatures, even the hest of them.  .. "However, towards  the  end of my  visit I had. many an anxious moment;  and 1 vowed then, that I would never  again interfere in such a matter. Two  or three times since 1  came  home  I  have heen ori tho point of writing tb  ^Uncle    Don    to, tell him ��������� what "I had  "done, but I couldn't very well tell him  that you were breaking your heart because -he  wouldn't play with you any  more, could J?    The next time I shall  leave the matrimonial game to Cupid  ���������I do not refer to your Cupid, excellent though he is as a substitute'-'lor  his more renowned namesake.  "If Uncle Don.is i*eading.this- over  your shoulder, please send'hlra away  now���������1 have something' to tell you  that. iB lor you alone. Look for a  soft spot to fall on, becauiae you will  probably faint; but you cannot bc  half as much Htirprised ns l am myself.  "Since fi,45 p.m. on February 3rd I  have he on engaged ... t.o the  Reverend Bernard Havti'orrl! Don't  laugh, please; it is not funny. To  t .hll the honest, cross-my-lieart truth,' I  think it is rather a tragic occurrence.  .lust suppose . should disgrace him  some time���������hy throwing cold water on  the bishop, for instance! Or, worse  unci worse, hy flirting with the choir  boy;-<! We are going back to England, KHnor. Can you picture me  ���������with a London pariah as background?  We *-xp<>r-t to be rnnrrled early in tSep-  1 ember.  "Ko .on? will ever ho able to sny  now that J cannot Iceep a secret. I  nlmoNt. told you about this when I watt  ut th*" Bar IJ, but, I wa������ ������hy���������though I  don't mippoHe you will crrulit my shy-  u*-,-!h. Of coiit'.-;e I wuh not really cn-  Ka������red thnn- -jusr, "on probation,' na It  were. Dut wt wrote to each other  twine :i we������"k. and you never suspected unything! That .shown how much  jn'ii ~w+i-C' \.i',:*<-x. up with ;, our own nC-  falrH.  "Flinor, f ant i'<*for������nln*K; yoti would  .vcar-nH.v It now me. I am very ������weel  i<nil **ulji4iiH^ivf,, nnd I nuy *y������H sir' and  'no, .-ii" to Mv. jtiutioii-l wJien*:ver h^*  ���������'Iii^u]-���������?.. n, ni4*~ Arid every time I UFie  Hhinw 1 pui JHe c������nlji in the W.A, mite  box* hei*e'/i hopinK the heiaben apj������r*-  fh-tii. my self-Huerlfice. It lx not for  ?lie iJ.tV.r- of the heathen .hut I nmlre  'lie hiurifUie, however; I have the  in;*uM������i,> Jn  tiij   iuilnd'n eye,  " 'Qii*n; ain't Et, thui Ur, ilat*tford  never   w-%   mnrrled.   un'   him   HUch   n  iiy\r. i4,r.\'\r\rr   rr*n t* *���������>*        ,   {',������*,,U   nerioUHlv  or n.'.lilnf: ivfrn. '.Viitln tr������ be iny niatrotv  rn' \-">ntti)]',  i  I  n  ��������� c  9  .*&  =S=E3  nf-  $ 12,000 IM FRIZ  ?000  $6500  $3500  Her������'������ yw ���������pportnnity its particlpa-tc in these three bit casli prixes. We wimh to  pit THE ATH'L&I'EC GUIDE, oar n-tw Sportiak Paper on th-e map aad at ence.  It would take ua -month* atiA eicsthe to v-each oar circnlatiosi objective by ordinary  car.YXiainK methods so we haye decided t*&,spend onr motley^ in ������ tray whejeb-j- snr  own eulwciribera will rain *������n;; opportunity to" participate ������n our expenditure which  really Makes our propoaition a mutual ono all'the wa> round.  To participate in thia fabecription eainpalsn rou eimply Indicate on the conpon  below whether; in   your  ea|l|h������,tion  tho  HOHE..TEAM  will  acore  MOKE.   LESS  or  THE SAME NUMBER of fifpala than ther scored in the corresponding-caate af last  ; year, by plactne  ������,n  "K"'ini the  column  provided  in  the  coupon.    Prises  wllS  be.  awarded te subscriber* aa follows: The Brat prise '���������-. to the subscriber������ who submit* the hUrhest correct estimate. The second  prise to the subscriber who submits tho aecond hlshest correct estimate and the third prise to the subscriber who *ub*mlte th*  third   hlgrhest.    Prizes will ho  e<st>al!*r divided  among:  subscribers whose estimates rank -faultily cerrect.  1st Prize.  2nd Prize  3rd'Prize  I  a)  (2)  (O  <6)  .(������)  All entries must be ���������Cisd* on coupons provided for th^t r'*"  purpose.  Any-coupon which  has  been altered or mutilated will *'      *f<j-\  be dieavialined.      ' "  In   event   of   a   tie,   or   ties,   prizes-will    bc   divided  equally  between  those  trleirisr,   "but should the necessity   :   ���������/o\  arise, the Auditor rescrres th* riirht to rearrantte priae -       \������'  money so that the first prize winners -will receive more���������  than tho second,  and the aecond prize winnera receivo  more than th* third;     y   ^' ''-'Z,       "���������'��������� ���������,������.  Matches, on coupons incorrectly acncauled. ov not com- tw)  menccil,  same ���������will  he struck  ott  tho  coupon.:   In  the  event  of  a  came  belne started,  and  then   diBpontln'ued ���������     "(10)  for  any  reason whatsoever,  the score  ss  reaistered  at        (tl)  the tisAe tho  game  is  terminated,  will  he accepted   as        ��������� ���������  betnethe same as ������ full (tunc. (121  The Aiidltor reserves th* right to disoualtfy any coupon  for what, in hia opinion, is ��������� cood'and sufficient reasos*.   :  and it Is a distinct condition of entry that the Auditors  decision  shall be  accepted as -final  and leirRlly  bindinit        (18)  in   all   matters   concemlna   this   competition.     No   correspondence will ho entered into or interviews cr Anted.        <M)  In   marUinc   coupon,   placo  cross   in   column   provided;  denote whether  you  think  the  HOME  team   will score     -  ���������MORE -GOALS, *LBSS GOALSror the SAME "NUMBER  OP..GOXLiS ������������ in th* correspondixuc same of last sear.  Should the score shown for last year'* saraes be incorrect it will not affect-any ostlmato as'the ficurea will  be taken-������b printed rherewith^  Entrants must enclos* 25c with each. coupon, which will  entitle them to. Ave weclts' aubscripton to TKE ATH-  "L-E'riC GUIDE, or $1,'which entitles them to one extra  entry coupon' and twenty-fiv* weeks' subscription.  No two prizes will bo paid out in any on* week to any  one subscriber.  Employees of THE ATHLETIC GUI"DE cannot compete.  Prlxe's ave awarded on., the results received, by cable  on or "before 9 ������.m. Monday followinc ������i*te of matches.  No responsibility will be accepted by THE ATHLETIC  - GUIDE for the loss pr noa-dcliver}- aj sir.j- coupon.  Piroof��������� of postlha''will-aot b������ fecccpfed aa proof of delivery or receipt.'.'  Coupons received without nsnva or aucreso will bs dio-  nualified.  Tn cases o* capital priae winners when the address Ss  driven ������s "General Delivery" only, proof of identification  will be required before nmillwc of capital priae.  FOOTBALL  ATHLETIC GUIDiB PUBLISHING CO., 508 Dominion Bank ~~Xd������.t Vancouver, B.C.  1 euter this'Football Competition with the understand Ing that I agree to abldo-by the tubltshed  rules troveri)lnc same and to accept the Auditor'* decision as llnaL nnd letcally binding- . Twenty-llv*  cents rnvloied for five weeks" subscription entitles mt to one estimate; 50c, tea weeks and tw*  -tcdnvstra;������������������ 7Bo. fifteen  weeks and three estimates;  91.-00, twenty weeks  and five estimate*.  TMOTE-^Mark with an X In column provided whether you think the 1IOMK teism will acore MORE,  LKBU oc thc 8AEUC1 ������u������her ef goals aa in th* esrresuondlne ram* last sesson.  "NAME..  A������I>ICK8������  ~?.~~...-.   i -*)������-*������������������ ti*������-������-������������*������ ���������������<��������������������������������������������������������������� 1������-M������**>������S  il������-SS������i-ts*>*4������������������t<������sa-|-*������si4iiil-i*aB>i  > |-*SS^������������-������M>������k'l **)���������������'������*���������**���������'*������������������'->*������**-**������������������****+*-������������������*  Mavlt with X i(iiacolumn provided,    "M" is more: "I*" is less;, ���������"S"; ly same.  I  VV.     N.  "JSnA Hi-fin Hurntr,  st. "Mnry Arnold.1-  u.  Si-t'j  J. ill*      i*t,.i .  2  Games 'to bo '  Played  R EdJJ ������T*       -e. fi B  Competition  cloie* Midnlffht  Dec. 29  0o-a-po-n*iro.3  IK     Xi     ���������  Oou-ffon Mo. B  WC    *t������    H  I    I  AccrlnRtorv  I.triroln  Ttochd������i1������  Bu-ndco  Klinmri������o������*k  ilnUh 1'l<*i*T-*r������  ZZ\ZZj\  '**"  '���������' 1  \- ' ' .    '         \  '  ...i';*  1   '  1  1  Hot  WW -I*"  m^^^&Mimk  -i^SSSSSSSSkl^^^^i ^ ���������-  /  Z-J^f  SWEDISH INVENTOR HAS  MEW OIL  LIGHT  Claims Whiter and Much Cheaper  Light Than Electric Or Gas  JESdison enabled us to enjoy the benefits of electric light, Count "WelsTsacli's  tnantle< .made It; possible tb" have" the-  incandescent gas light, but it remain-  ed ior a Swedish engineer named  Johnson, no-w: ^livingV in ^Winnipeg-, to  devise a lamp that would burn ordinary, ever-^da-yjJierosener oil and produce a liglit'said by the many scientists who have>seen it to he whiter  than electflo. The lamp is as simple  to' operate ."as' the old-style-oil lamp,  bums ' without odor, smoke oi- "noise  and is .proving* a> sensaftgn. where oil  light is heeded.  . Mr. Johnson, offers to ,send^ a .lamp  on" ten' days' 'e?ee ;frial and- will' even  give one .to- the first user in each  iocallty who will "ue~i������> iiiLiouuce if.. A  letter addressed to T. R. Johnson, 579  McDernidt'Ave., Winnipeg, will- bring  full particulars about this ^wonderful  aew lamp. "He has an interesting  agency offer, too.  Pays   Tribute   to   Canada  U.S.  Professor" -Refers? to-^Worfc   Don*  ^At^Donvinlon Observatory -������;'  Br. ^arJo*������Y=Shape*fy,N^|reetor.*6i; th���������  Harvard -.College "Ob^eryatdH' at Cam-  **     .<. -i     -*���������*-     - i~       t- **       ~.  Vx0ti.4-lr.-x. fta.xf���������. *���������,~���������*^������ -,  0       VJ~. ~Xx^.,  _    -*-   -      .  ~��������� -  ~x4.*L~i!.vrf0y:vxvxSis:t iu**jji*j. itjc^tei'-t- Ofciviie  the Royal Astronomical Society at Ottawa, paid a glowing- tribute to the.  work, of the Dominion Observatory at  "Victoria, B.C, a picture of which was  thrown on lhe screen.    .He said that  U a-  no other country was so effectively  and successfully carrying on the worlc  of astronomy as wsk-^ Cans da.  Channel Tunnel Was  frenchman^. Idea  Engineer Wanted to Construct P-aved-  Submarine Road 120 Ycars Ago  When all .other topics of talk fail in  England or France there is always-ths  project of the Channel -tunnel to fall  back upon, after-more than^ a hundred years. It was not, by the way,  some "Englishman who first proposed  the "great bore," so that he could gel  to Paris without suffering seasickness.  The original idea was given by a  French -engineer, _M. Matbleu, who  120 years ago wanted to construct under the Channel a paved submarine  road that was to be lighted with oil  lamps. _ This pioneer was' a man of  courage. But how he would be as  tonished if he knew that his grand-  grand-nephews despite electricity,-  ateam and other - devices that would  make his project simple as ehild's  play, are still mei*ely planning  tunnel!   "  THE FALL WEATHER  HARD ON LITTLE ONES  -Canadian fall weather ib -gxiiemely,  kard on iixtie'oneb. One ua$r ih warm  and bright,-and the nest wet and cold.  These sudden changes bring on colds.  cramps and colic, and unless babyl-s  little stomach Is kept right the result  may he serious. There is nothing io  equal Baby's Own Tablets in keeping  the little ones well. They sweeten  the stomach, regulate the bowels,  break up colds and make baby thrive.  The Tablets are sold by medicine iteal- ���������  "ers or-by mail ai 25 cents u took irom  The .-Dr. . Williams' MedieirtP Co.,  Brockville, Ont.   -- * - -   ~  Lift Off with Fingers  ��������� y  Ml        /\  l ut-  Point Barrow, tiie- largest r'^Ki^io  village in A-3aska,_ ha5*; seven white people andr 600 Eskimos/ " It also ccm-  tains the only-hospital within a radium  of 1,000 miles.  Doebii'i   hurt   a   bit :  "Freezone"    on    an    achinic  stanfly  thai   corn  stops  lain  shortly   you  Jil't   it  right   ofl"  gers.      Trul\ '  Your druggist  sells a tin.j  "FreezoneC* ior," a lew .cente>,  to remove every hard corn,  or corn between the toes, and the cal  luses, without soreness";or irritation.  Drop  a  little  corn, in-  ing,   then  with  fin-  boltle oi  sufiicienf.  soft corn,  Ais   fresh -and   sweet   as" ^the  morning breezes from the mountains  and the plains.  Hard  Hii  Financially  Change," of    Government    in     Britaii)  Creates Loss to Officials  The "Lord   Chancellor.  Lord  Birl  ^.-Silence,gives.lconsent, but there-are  tinies- when it is un-#i'fee to consent to  silence. '- '.  -  l  It}  '���������'���������<. ?-,  UISLESSyou see the name ifBayer5' on tablets-you  ���������' ' C are not .getting; Aspirin pt all ���������   - ���������'"';  j     About the -only thing- some men lay  ken- j by 1oi, a rainy day is a borrowed um-  head, is financially the hardest hit ol j -j31.ej-jci  all -the members ot" the  cabinet  who j ���������  have to re1 ire from oilice "because Mr  Lloyd   George   has   resigned   the   Premiership.       In   becoming  an   ex-Lord *:  Chaneeilor-' he  loses    X<!!;000     pounds  sterling a; year -and the. handsome' suite  of (ipartmentf which the X.ord  Qhaift*?  "cellor always, occupies^*ent  fre������s, iti;;  the IJouse oti.ords.  But he does not have to hustle I'or.  a living, as is usually the case with an  ex-ofllcio holder in Canada. - 'Anyone  who lias iHled the exalted office of  Lord Chancellor, for however short a  period, is entitled to-a pension of 5,000  pounds starling a year' i'or life 1~ he  choses to claim it. ...,,. *.������������������*..  "ISx-iUot'd Chancellors, usually live  Tong to enjoy their pensions. At. the  present lime there are five of them  In"England, alive and;tvearty.  ' The "Law Lord r 7 are really the  euuiv^ient or the Canadian supreme  court. .They are tho biggies tf*; court  of appeai:i*": 'l\;'*Is' ;fai-*;;the.se 'services  tlie s <J*-#.al ).e tl pen's ioi& ti re pn id t lie tn.  Your, fri ends "come in without fcnoctv-  ing: your enemies knock *w-itiioac  coming in.  As    many    as  guages are taught  schools in Tokio.  twelve  foreign  in   "some    of  Iwn-  Jie  HORSES COUGHING?       USE  Spohn's   Distemper   Compound  to break Lt iip and'pre t them back in condition. "'-Thirty yejbrjs*  use has savage' -VSVOI-tX'S"* indispensable lu treatinR- Conprhs  and Colds, InfliKmstaacid "Distemper with their resuttinfr complications, and alt diseases oC tlio throat; noae nnd lungs.  Acts marvelously as preventive; acts*'*equally well as cure.,,  Sold iir'two sizes'at all drug stores,P.-      r j  SPOHN   MEDICAL. COMPANY, GOSMEIM,  IND.,   U.S.A.  Accept only, an "unbroken..package" of."Bayer Tableis  Aspirin,!^, wlvicli conlalns directions and dose 'worked* out  physicians during  2 2 years aud  proved  Colds Headache  Toothache Neuralgia .  JBarache Lumbago  safe by millions  Rheumatism  Neuritis  Pain, Pain  of  by  for  rranrt'y ���������"Jlnyrr" Imvxm of 12 taM*U���������Also IsoIIUh of 2*1-and 100���������Druffflpbt*.  A������!>lr������������ii 1������ tlis trtstU."tntirlc (rMrtnti������r*<������l in Can������������la.) of Itayor Mniiurnt*|tir������ of BI������no������  tte*et������<*BPldnst������T -of HtiU-fvllrR-plrt.    Whlln It U -wr-U known that Anpirln m-nniiB H*y������*>r  ~m."m-nf~'0.v-0~i   .1. +*������������l������������  *h������ -fintnllr*" ������ip������*it������������������1   1i������il������������Ho������>n   1 iir* *i'i������ lilmlm or  ������1������> vi'V C^ntiiri-a-nf  Wiii' U������ *ti������M|>������d WUU tbaJr c*au������������1 ������rad������ rivurte, tfca "Wwyor Oro���������������,*"���������  Minard's Liniment For Colds, Etc.  Manitoba Dairy Exports  Remarkable  Development of 'Ind-uvt.ry  la Noted In RecentvYears  Front    b������ring    a province lni]>ov4ine  dairy products prior ia the watvManl-  lolia Jh now ono of tho largest oxpori-  ing  pHivincea in  tho  Dominion,, nUtl  out of 51,000 Tanuers thoro'llris 2<S,,0QO  jirotluclnj?    and    Hhlppli*i������    milk   and  cream. .1. TT. 3;!vimH, DoinUy Minister,  m-raounccw..    In 10M Imports oC Gutter  Into ManilolMi  amountotl  to a"bout 70  <jarlondn, and.at prehtent tlioro aro h<~-  Icik exported nearly .100 carlefadH.    In  1-he opinion of Mr. Kvah������, It ia.ono of  tho moot romarltablo /toYttloiimeYkia ot  n new ituluatry ou rocortl.  ^?  ���������s^-m'-a "a *���������&*      9   w*#^B5^2i%3      *S-i*������*^ ^m. B .&���������  Jl tPUll '   &-*r *vfB Wvtji l .   JL nZ^QUMo.  Why shouldn't it?  It can. now buy for yoa the  Miaard'3 Liniment  Etc.  For Warta, CornD,  W-    K,    U.    1***W  twenty million men -������aict$5.00    .  and more*  Never was a dollar so much  Hattered.  A Genuine Gillette Brownie  Razor  '������������������"-, * AND.  3 Genuine Gillette Blades for  ���������4-feT AA      '     ������������������  mitt ji, 0%tt tSJr1  \ I- ..-���������'.  Tlie dollar that introduces you to Gillette shavixtte  will buy -more than, any dollar you ever spent before.  .uili������tt������ - III*ntiirti *��������� eh  S"~ ... Jft*       * -Wfvm-mi. ���������  M ' . \\w    ''  Razor and blades made and guaranteed  GENfJINE  by Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada Limited  y*j-a  ~~~~w~~m~~~SB~~m  ,s. ���������t^.t.j.-.y.z ,?!i..-flZ.Z^Z.iiyi,j. .,!���������,, h  ~wssmmmmm~~mm~mmmm  i^riwwiimiiiiiiiffiiTiiiw  *������*$*&&&$m  ^imTif.i.<ayy^  . H$<i.)^3frjiy:iity-&$^~ixi::.,  'li^ZyB^y^^ytiyt* ^'^m^^^^Z^y'^k^r?^^^ y&.n  ..   j^"������aM5*������^!Prv';-!^*������W^ ^ip.���������������������������".���������mm������^���������mm mmrmtmrnxaHomim. mammrn ^������������������^"������������������^^������������������"^"���������������������������������'i���������ii���������''^������������������"������������������������M'^"������������������^���������^"���������i^������������������^'���������^'i^^Bi^Tin^^!^W1^^��������� ������������������������������������������������������inWnp-mTOTIf"'-I II III III! IIIIIIWIIWW IIIBWIHI . 'lllllllillllMI MillI\~WI4t  -~?Jkzi������^^~^^  For Sa*le���������Ford power plant, suit-  able for wood saw. set up ready for  usp.    "Enquire Litigate Bros.  ������  TME  CKESTOH BEVIEW  Fob Sale���������Crorbet work, including  centrepieces, scarves, etc*> Can bc had  any time.    Mrs. T. M. Edmondson."-  Try the Drugstore First  Before purchasing your Christmas Gifts come in  and look over our well-assorted stock of  French Ivpry at 33 Per Cent. Off  Fancy China at 40 Per Cent. Off  Moir's finest Chocolates put  up in  attractive  packages.  We have Stationery at bargain  prices. -   Zy r.���������-:::..  Our fancy Bon Bon. Dishes,  Smokers' Sets^ etc., going  at 25 per cent. off.  Toys, Dolls, Games, etc., and  all Xmas.' Supplies at low  ���������nrm.-A-H.  We invite inspection.  Our prices this year are right.  0. -  Local and Personal  m= -1  MailOrdera a  Specialty*  Phone.Service   *        ������  Prompt Attention   I  ������������������--���������    -���������'  :  -������������������'���������     '   ���������-���������/"l  tt will pav youras a prospective purchaser of a lighting  plant to see our Demonstrator *nd investigate the  y  relative merits;.and"post of thfe outfit.     -  WE CHARGE BATTERIJ^S:vCpdjtre in a. position to give Bat-  I  teries left with *is for ���������winter stoy^ftfeS*^t*-cl*s������8 attention.  r- Cider For Sajlk���������Sweet cider. 75c  gallon.    W. ^. Truscott.  Wanted���������Set second hand team  bobsleighs.   J.-.C. Martin. Creston.  Order yonr. -. brick ice cream for  Christmas' Day.    Creston Bakery.  Order your New Year's masquerade  cosume froiu Bert. Norris at the Cieston Bakery.  For Sale���������2 sets Surrey driving  bobsleigh^ new. will'sell at half price.  W* B. Muir, Creston  .Mrs. R.Zl~. IPinlayson and son, Gordon, left this'week for-a visit with old  friends at Wplsley, Sask.  Mrs.*''.J^loyd Rodgers returned  Wednesday ftcsmy^pthret. weeks' visit  at her home at In vermere. "  For Christmas candies and novelties  see us first. ^Wegnarantge prices and  quality.   Creston Bakery.  Trv "our homemade Mincemeat at  35c*. a tb.   Also   Christmas   cakes and  shortbrejidi   "Greston Bsksj"'. "������������������  Jim Cameron  Cranbrook   was  BmlDGATS Sf?������S.  PHONE at  ifMrs. O. H. Ha?e left,the,hitter.part'  ofthe week on a. .short visit with  friends at Seattle.and Spokane.  "' Fb"& SAtk���������Good, useful horse, 1100  lbs., sound in wind and limb,-about 7  vSars old,     E. Butterfield*. Wynndel.  . FOB SA1.E-���������TWo sets team sleighs,  2 cutters 2 sets-single-"harness;' and  set double harness.    H.- S. McCreath,  By a recent order-in council trapping  has been .authorized for this winter for  all fur bearing animals,except beaver.  Miss Anna Anderson of the nursing  staff of- St. Eugene Hospital, Cranbrook, is home for a holiday with her  parents here."  ���������*.  "Mr. and Mrs. Pridhana and family of  Blairmore,' "Alta., are here at present  oh a visit to Mrs. Pridhaua's parents,  Mr. and Mrs. A. Comfort.  The newly , qrganized Women's-  Missionary Society will have, its first  regular meeting at the manse' on  Tuesday aftet>n,t>on at 3.15.   " ���������     '���������: *";--'  K. B. Staples le^ft on Monday for  ^Vernon, where* j* fee :is attending a  conference of the ma nagers" c if M u tual  -Brokers branch h6nses:in'B.C*.    -.*���������:  The* prevai.in-g^cold weather seems  to be general. 'The -westbound trriri  has been anywhere from one hour to  three hours late for the past ten davs,  ..-      *   *. *        I.-*. ,:.-.r. .-...in    ' - *        ... ~���������   * '     .   -      * ���������  uSicikCr a CGupie oi ttajrs at i>u3 end of  the week with his father, A. L. Oasffir  eron, whose health still continues  poor.  Parties contemplating joining the  library for 1923 are reminded that  they can join now, and thus get three  weeks' reading extra for the $2  membership.  B. G. Hamilton of Inveruiere is  business visitor, here at prestmt,  looking for a supply of Indian basket  work, and any likely Indian "relics  that may be available.  LjOgging operations are going along  at top speed since Monday. Between  the falls on Saturday and Sunday the  Valley^- was favored -with- a rtjjtal  sRtowfail ofabout a foot."   - .  "���������-���������' The Presbyterian ladies' Aid bazaar\  with its   candy -sale   a-ncT Verying   of  ref 1 eshments,-'on Tuesday'��������� naFtet^hooh,  was   a   great    success,   the* financial  intake being about $265.   '?.   .        - ;'������������������-  Navigvtion closed on the, Kootenay  River on Saturday, and byr^ednesday  night the ice coating was sufficiently  thick to perjon.it of the safe travel of  teams 'with loads^ of hay. "'*.'��������� P.  M. - J. Aggue cHr tKe" - Beattie Oatway  store -; was* a week-end visitor at  Cranbrook, and leaving tj-j-er^ on  Monday morning with the thermometer s-ho wing 25 below zeit). '" -  ������������������ii* ���������* ���������"'" ��������� *".   '" ...'���������'..    -~y.-y.    -  Floyd Rodgers was a visitor, at  Ci an brook on Thursdav last/'having  accompanied Mr".- Beritley. the tesiimsLer  who :had .-his" back broken that  morning, to the St. Eug^ner -hospital.  ,U,anager Rodgers has another corking fine film jfor Saturday night at the  Ga-and, when the ^ juvenile jfavox-ite,  Jackie-jdoogan. will be seen in .'his  funniest picture,. "My Boy." .Regular  prices. .'���������'    ��������� ;"���������'.   .���������*��������� '.**--  * ���������" *   * ��������� "-1 "'.','���������'...  Fred." Sm i th y Geo. - Mawson. and  Bandmaster Hendv haye been at Gnat  River Crossing stnqe Sunday, putting  in the last five days -oi the .hunting  season, in quest of a few.,, c-ticassea of  yehisoa..., .. ��������� ..pi.  '������������������   -* .  -.-���������0   -*-*���������  .*:.,     ���������-.-. .*y'.:     .'     .-,*���������    . y.y.-}   r.  v According;to-reports Irons rViet-m-ia  the department ^is withdrawing the  bounty usually paid for- the slaughter  of crows, of.which the official estimate  is that there are 7.000,000 of ihem in  the province. .'-'-     - -.wi: "���������  rCreston''is   .getting|  nnpi* .cityijke I  every day. Fbr the first time iri^history  the local road foreman had a snow  shovel brigade at work on Monday  clearing the main thoroughfares of  the foot of snow that arrived on  Sunday.  Oreston Valisy Co-Operative  Association  ERICKSON    s  Try a 6AHFBELL or Olshs SIUP  MONDAY and TtJBSDAY  Campbell Soup, special, 15c.  regular price, 20c.     "  Clark's Soup, special  2 cans for 2Sc.  "*-' regular 2 for 35c. ,  iiiiinvi  Home Made Mincemeat.  Christmas Cakes.  Christmas Puddings: .-'���������-"  Almond Macaroons.  Shortbread.  -orin. jDUAeS G&   lVLOir s auu  Neilson's Chocolates.  "*���������-.���������'���������"'  Pascal! Novelties.  <���������  Tom Smith Crackers.  =s=  G ve   Something   Useful  Give gifts freely;-* give just as cheerfully, but do not give wastefully.  Remember eacho"Mehcj with /gifts ;  of practical valae fer This winter... -  */.  A 1922  CHRISTMAS  *".'.:���������- ��������� r, -pf   ...-rZ-.-^p - * :?     *   z   ���������'     ",- ���������   '*  A gift-that Js only ornamental is never  * ap^recfated in proportion to its cost.  Aneeded; useful gift will be appreciated at double its cost this season..  ~r.-i .-  '*    .,  Tne answer to theauestion. "'How can we afford to remember all ouf friends this Christmas?" is Give somethin  useful ! - Anticipate the needs of each tnember of^ the. family'..arid purchase gifts that will be put to practical  use during the winter months���������-a simple receipe for rriakihg this 1922 Christmas the .merriest of all.  Useful Goods in a Christmas Sale  Ladies' Brown and  Grey Sude one-  strap Pumps, reg. 7.50; for...-.$4.85-  Homespun   Dress Goods,  40 inches  wide, reg.  1.40;    for, per yard....95c  Ladies' Wool Sweaters/  reg, i4u,'_Jtvj'j   ior...������&\^#5j^*53'  Tobaccos. Cigars. Cigarettes  PIPES,  73c and $1.00.  CIGARETTE CASKS  ��������� '���������JLJf BJp JLSa.BBBa B9 B     BjBaHBBrpBpR B^BiB  See our Beautiful  ol  ** !  '       Ronaistinpc of *  Cups and Saucers  Nut Bowls ���������  .     Bread Plates  CakePlam^  tCream and Sugar Sets  Butter Dishes'  Pickle Dishes  Salad Bowls  &Cm  / .  f  ���������Sifts lor All Very  50c. 75c.  *  .' ���������<        * * ���������     *.���������������������������'*'  Handkerchiefs     Children's Toques  ;, j0dbte.es    ������ ,       Hair Ribbons  Beads    ;* i Table Centres  Mitts Tea Cloths  Specially Priced  $1,00  Box Handkerchiefs  :i Children's Mitts  Neckties  Men's Suspenders  1.50 to 2.00  ^i^jHose'  Ladies' Gloves  Xadies' Collars  Bath ToweU ���������<���������:  Ladies' Tarns  2.50 to 3.00       5.00  ���������      'Ciainisbies Gauntlet Gloves  Handbags Children's  Ladies' Purses'" J':*        Sweaters  Ladies' Spats Silk Waists  " ��������� '��������� ���������'  Caps    y   i  ytUr  Do not fail to see our stock of  W% 1    4T**S     ' * ' **- ������ - ���������"ir*     Ml -tffe  Keed Chairs, Centre Tables, &c.  '0 ������������������ "     Bj  PJ |yi|5|U:,\I.U    ^||||  -���������~-~~~~~a  ~km~~~  ...   * . i\  nm  ������mm  ea^taaaaftga^^

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