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 ,   .<'&*  ��������� ��������������� v  iry  Vol. ^CIV.  -\'  CRESTON, B. Ci Fi^IIlAY, DECEMBER 8, 1922  ' ������*#*  ������  2?o. 44  Taylor-Harman  Address Growers  The larg-eet'attendance ever se#n at  a meeting of the Valley ranchers was  in eyijdeqce on Saturday afternoon at  the piiblic meeting which was addressed by-Messrs Taylor and Harman of  Kelowna, dealing with, fruit marketing conditions as they had found them  from an extended' personal visit off in*****  spection to numerous prairie points  this fa!L  In the absence of the president, vice-  president Bennett of Orestbn board of  trade presided, and was greeted with,  an audience in excess of 100���������thtf  second largest crowd the speakers had  talked ten in a total of 29 meetings held  si>iar. -        j"'    **'      :.    '    'y  As Messrs. Taylor and Harm an left  ������.= '      - - rv -        m  nn the aicernooxv train, cue press, i.ea-  ture of the session was the addresses  ity these two men. which was an ap-"  peal for the-organization of an associ _  ation that would include all the gro*v-  ' ers and selling agehcies. with  a view  to strictly controlling distribution. -. *"  i,    - ^ -        .  After these speeches the meeting Se  cided to organize a growers* committee to take action on the strength of  the addresses given, and. the following  were selected as the committee:: iMejss".-  rs. Bennett, Littlejohn, Putnam, Ad"  lard, R. B. Staples, Constable, J; ft.  Stark, Hilton Young and R. J. Long,  with the two former named chairman  and S���������fflr.etar5^espMtiyely. *-;. J=  A meeting of delegatesirepresentlnfe  all points in the (p������*ovinciB to consider  the whole marketing'proposition is being held at Kelowna' this week, ahd  the committee named Jas. Adlard as  the  Creston Valley delegatey-ar*d he  left for Kelowna on Monday.  .* ���������������������������*���������%���������  A meeting to hear" Mr. Adlard's report on this get-together will beheld  in Speers' BLall at "*2"*P;)nri... Sfatua*d*aS^  December 16th, whenjt ss l^iped there  will be the same fine turnout of growers., _    Z' .8  In making his address Mr. .Taylor  said, in effect, that he ahd General  Biarman had investigated first hand  the markeff conditions in most otthe  more important cities on the prairies}  and also at several minor points.. The*  results of this investigation were very  discouraging, and the nett prices for  fruit sold on the prairie markets this  teason were likely to'be the worst  ever received; Figures were quoted  in proof that cars of apples were sold  at prices that will not pav transportation and haulage charges.  Mr, Taylor described their visit to  Calgary -where they found the market  badly disorganized���������carloads of apples  were arriving daily, consigned to the  'various jobbers, while nobody wM  buying, .jwicept in small quantities;  many retailers buying only sufllcieot  to last them one day, fearing that  their competitors would, by buying  later, b������ Able fco undersell them and  tovtt-i them to unload at -a loss. Ae  a consequence of selling on a consignment basis this price cutting continues  indefinitely, and the loss sustained .re*  mains almost Wholly with the grower  Contrary to ^general idea, fewer  apples are sold on a falling market?  than when prires-are consistently  steady. The reason is that the house  wife, who generally .makes the- purchases, obserying- apples- for sale in  one stotie at, say, - $2.25, and in . the  next.at "������2.15, .and in ahother at $2.00,  in almost Wil cases decides to - Wait  until '"tomorrow." in the hope of getting them for $1.95; and the worst pf  ibis she generallyldoes get them."  From Calgary the Committee went  to "Edmonton where, Lhe. conditions  were much the same, and box apples  we-re selling ~)$ low-prices, if sold at  all.   - . .   .  , r3B*rom Edmonton  they journeyed'to  '-Saskatoon, which was. and " is still the   l-^-A-    ���������- ��������� ��������� 1- ..*.    _*  VVOOOV   UMAV-X m. **5*M   VAX  m.:  -*������ ������������������"������������������R1  n    tavTxIdkt&XA  "In such a hopeless, condition they  could accomplish nothing, so continued on to Winnipeg. This city, said  Mr. Taylor, is the great .dumping  place for '"rolled" cars, fa type of consignment. Cars would be loaded in  the Okanagan "Valley ahd sent out  unsold, billed to Winnipeg. ���������- Wires  would be sent to various centers to  the jobbers, with, the hope of their  -buying them. If so bought they  would be diverted in transit, but if  jrtot, they arrived in Winnipeg and  were consigned. In a season like this  ���������fswZ*-Kt-~&Ts"li-i^G.v������. 'diverted, nnd as a  consequenco the tracks and the ware  houses-of' Winnipeg are, jam raed  full  Naugle Pole A.Ti-e11 Company, with  headquartersjiri Chicago, has opened  ah office in Kijchehfer. Mr. McKenna  Is the bngk&feo par. ,V  The people in and ground Kitchener  are putting, on a. dance on Saturday  night in Hunt's neW^Jmll. Dancing at  S.80. prompt,    knd^all   are   cordially  invited.   '*\ "   ' .     /\  "*���������   - - ?*.  ... fi. McKowan, ahd   E. Driffil   were  week-end ,yisi tors at.. Creston.  rf       i-     - - ~*t>        ---.���������-  - Quite a large -number of Kitchener  young people* motored to" Creston on  Monday night for t~~i& Banff orchestra  dance, ���������  -Z ^T  G-. A. Hunt is bu*$y operating op his  limit, takino' oat i*m������*> *������������������������������ ������������������*������������ ������3-.���������w a-  Door Company.  enjoyed by the many recipients- John;  JSithie is another of our successful big  game hunters.      It is reported that he  got a cougar while out with his rifle a  few days ago.  - Wednesday's whist drive was thorr  oughly enjoyed by all. The prizes for  high scores went to Mrs. Packman  and Walter Cooper. Monrad -Wigen  again distinguished himself by gaining  a prize���������the onlv difference bejng that  this^stime he gained the "booby."  - A very pleasant evening was spent  last Saturday at the home of Mrs.  Eakin, when a bunch of the" . younger  folks sprang a surprise on Bessie  Eakin. Dancing, games ande3fsongs  were the older of the'eyening. ahd  about 11 a dainty lunch was served.  MBmyon v&Hy  ���������C   ������������*���������-      as.*-****  nttiiiAinat    tn*G lTS-l-A,lkA-M-Ai  -BS~~~.  immuw**  '"If  Miaa Himl*!  school issues the' following re*poi*t for  "November: Highest standing, Ftsurfch  Header���������Alice Molander, J. Casquasie.  Senior Third-���������Ellen Andeen. Clara  Hunt. Junior Thirdr���������Lucy Kersc'-um.  Margaret Cardiff. \: First Reader-���������''  Kichard^Mnlandea, Tr Holder. Second  Primer-^A. Kerschum. Vivian Lang  ois.    First Primer-~J. Murray.  \/u  Genuine Sale  ���������'���������' >:;��������� of '   "  Ladies   Suede  One-Strap  J  Purtp., -;  While they last at  $4.85  < ....  Regular prico  $8.50  Browri and Grey  We are discontinuing  these lines,���������  v   -  -  SA %q^ RJr R#" B^T B^F ^%  CRESTON  of.consigned apples,, in quautit tes iiu-  possible^to-Oispose of. *lhe shipping  of iaa^i.quant^tses of crates was par-  ���������fciculrtrTy cohdeiiirted by- the speaker,  most;of these crates being sold at  .prices, below cssst'of production.   -  Mr. Taylor then took up the case of  the grower shipper���������that is the grower who belongs to no regular -marketing association, 'but operates as a free  la-nee in his own interests ancl without  A>na^*e^Km^of^>e: interests -jnf Bis  "fellow "Towers. ���������"������������������, ^~  Ih* the   speaker's    opinion   the   re-  sponsibiSity for a consighmeht market must be largely placed on thc grow  er shipper.       The    Committee   .were  astonished to'find how many of these  'men were operatingfrom B.C. Where  ever they went there   was   plain   evidence of their   depressing   effects   on  the apple market.    Jt isnot contended  that* these men  act in any bad  faith,  or that they  are   by   any   nieans   all  alive to the real harm they   are working to the  business.     They are.   they  contend  atid   believe, out to make   a  living,   jhst   as   are .their   neighbors  who-cii ������������peirat*e, and^febey. have every  legal light to do so.      lint   they over-  Ittuk   the   fact   that   vvheh, --in   their  anxiety to  muke^a -sale, thc-y underquote a fair price aet bv tht* fur greater body of tneir fellows   who do co-op.  erate,  thtfjT demoralize, the   market,  and, sooner or later, bring about their  own fall a6 well as that of others,  . Mr.   Taylor   quoted    one   instance  where   a   white   grower"shipper   had  consigned    his   fruit    to    a  Chinese  retailer.   This Chinese was afrked bv  Mr. Taylor w!*at the grower  would  get for the apples.  The Chink pointed  to a Btnck  of apples;   '1 buv Vm," he  said, "they my agjples, I sell'em first,  then I sellcm  consign  applest   maybe  he get something���������maybe not."  Shipper growers are apt to think  that their small ohipment cannot  effect the' market, hut the (speaker  .described how one car* of. Mcintosh  apples put the market flat nt  Edmonton. This car arrived In that  city fur in advance of other Macs.  bold quickly and probably returned a  good figure to the shipper. The  housewife seeing" Macs "advertised aa  having arrived asked her denier for  ASacs -and on being told that they  wore' &old ; out rilfused to purchase  Wealthy apples Instead, anticipating  further shipments of Mcintosh. The  sale,.of Wcalth'lcu practlcaESy ceased  fotp a wholo week on tliat market.  '  Spo&lclng of tho trip to piairle  polnto Gen. Harm an stated that the  cos~-lH.-<ttM- ut. they'founcl Lhim. \V-~~t-  uppalirng. The glut waa g-cnoral,"hnd  not confined to larger centres. At the*  town of Llicombe"; for instancy, with a  population of 2300! no 1<������8B than 21 cars  of apples were nhlppcd [n. Such a  quantity could not possibly be disposed of there to advantage.  (Continued on Page 5 !  Wjsfssssei������!  mmimm,m3t^^ti^-~m C  ���������^  -       " ~~-- \-r T-  Miss   Marie Hagen.  returned  Cranbrook on Mondav. -  from  Mulching is now being spread by the  majority of ranchers.'  Bor g������i!!  ^eek-end,  Monday.  \tttertm  mrtra  m���������0-. .-mmmSm. rm.      X-.  a icuuFSilug   LU  home  fisr   ths  Kitchener on  ������U������������   rxt  T?ll...   Z~  L   -mmjf     xr.   JX^.XXVJi   ������G9   Ut*V������ *0  <iv     [ItCHCUb  on a visit to his parents.  Victor Carr has been a resident at  Duck Creek the last two weeks, where  he has been working his team at road  work/  Mr. Kelly, sr.. leaves this week for  Hosmer, where he will dismantle ar  house and have it shipped here for re-  ereetion on his ranch.  C,_ Burgess of Lister, who 'recently  purchased the Alfred Nelson ranchs  has taken possession this week.  Miss Annie Samuelson was rather  seriously cut about the .face and arms  one day -last week, when she fell  coming downstairs with' a> tray full of  plates, enps and saucers;  -'"T. Hickey who has resigned his  position as foreman at the portable  miH at Camp 3, was a business visitor  at Calgary a few days last week.  A. Nelson has  just  completed   the  purchase    of  the    tep-acre "-Olmsted"-  ranch, the deal  being put through hy'  R.' Walmsley of Creston last week.  Miss Muriel Knott, wno has spent  the last two weeks at Glenlilly, arrived  home the latter part of the week.  A sum o'f $40-- has been raised' by  freewill donations to provide a Christmas treat for the children of Canyons  City, and an entertainment in this  connection will be given at the  schoolhouse on Friday .evening, Der.  22nd* " Plans are being made to  remember some 90 children.  The young folks  of outdoor exercise, the. skating being  of the best since   the   middle, of   last  week,.    - ^" ���������*.������������������������������������ *Z ������������������'?���������'-..\'  on  The coldest" touch of" the Season was  ��������� Tuesday morning, when   the mer  cury touched S above zero.  6  Monrad Wrigen^4Baby'"' Carlson and  Julius were visitors at Kitchener-oyer  the week end.    -  Miss Alice Carr  Wynndel friends this week;  $20 was netted for the piano fund at  the whist   and  dance  under   United  Farmer auspices at the schoolhouse on  are having plenty^"EMdaynight.    Cards   were   in   order  uaiillle the prizes-going- to Miss Nissie  McRobb and Hilton Young. * Supper  followed the whist and then dancing  was in order until 3 a.m.. the music  being by Mrs. Foreman nnd Ok D^yie.  .MPe Pratt of Es*icks*on favore*' with a  violin numbers,  that were  qrnc   s������   ������rig,*J.������������������������  ���������*;tli  .number of  ^^'   much appreciated.  . "Public   school-:, 3������iS������ector   Mani  -   -n      ���������*-t*r^     *���������   ���������*-****l** *��������� ~Jy   J**r,   -,*���������.    -mv j^-*tTa-^ -**P ~V^  "���������   **������������������ ���������"      ���������i't"***���������'  paid .the  local   seaf> of  learning"  official visit on Thursday last.!  ������������������  Quite a number from here were at  Creston on Monday .might for the  Banff .orchestra dance, .and all report  a good time.  Still another - member, of the  community has become a motor car  owner. Peter Andtstad is now the  possessor of "a Chevrolet.  The Christmas tree cqumiittee had a  most successful evening onNSatnrdav,  when the proceeds from the whist and  dance totalled up to almost $28.  '���������     .        " '*   ���������     Z~*=- J -.'--J        j  Nearly all the Duck Creek men who  have been working on >the -.' new road  have been laid off for a few days, but  hope to res time their jobs before long.  T. W. Davies and Beg. Price, while  out hunting deer, nad the good fortune  to shoot a bear. Dayies very kindly  distributed the meat, which was much  " The Kelly home  -was the scene of a  most enjoyable house party on Tvtes  'day night last when quite a gathering'\~'  of friends   spent   several   hours   very I  pleasantly with  music   and   dai  n LnJK-J Mr. JPinla-yson.sujrjplymg* the hm  5   an   the hop.      A   very t������������sty ?-JssBsfe^^-s-^^  erved about midnight.   y.y  A Rogue's Romance  ry-.-:.  Barney   Barnhard left last^week on  aA'isit to Spokane,  going by way:, of  Nelson.  Kev. G. Knor will.'be here-  day   for    the    usual   United  service. ...'..���������  on Sun-  Church  JOIN THR  Fifteen Hundred  Club of Kaslo  and Di^tricty  with mhith is incorporate J the  Creptan  antt Dhirfct F(flem  Hun dred,. Club,  Minimum of post "  Pays SI for .et������erj> member tn  thtf Club Immeatatoly ~tf(M'':ljhe  nottce of death ���������juit when the  money is moat needed.  The Club ts growing rapidly;  join qtZfort llfith up.  '   Wriu ih*  ��������� ���������  Secretary- Treasurer, Kaslo, B. C.  nr'   .  Jan. Cook. Agent. (Preston, B. C.  Owing to-a shortage of spac^^ the  November report of Lister school is  held oyer until next issue**  Lister had its coldest; snap of (the  season oh Tuesday morning, when, the  mercury hit 5 above zero.  : . '���������'���������'" ��������� ���������'.;���������' '**V . '      .   .  Fred Weston has taken possession  of the G. Burgess place, the latter  having this week moved to his new  home at Canyon City.  r  ��������� -te.  "'A- Rogue's Romance," which will  be shown at the Grand, Theatre on Sat-  ^vr^^y���������vJD*:<iceinber ���������9th,. i������*  filled   with  '���������v%in-J?.-?tr0^nr--v7x-t-rx0-������.- -~������j ?���������=.������-.   T~>^=������=l . - - *tSrz  rm~0���������S^ 'xx.mm.~x.mptaa^;m.^      -~imr    fv���������������jT    .JC^S������f������w������     -    JtvQ  ~c^~^0s^o^~~h life, its Bohemian ex-  isteh^ are^aLU^caiBglBt by the %~~.~~~sr&.  EVen Earle Williams and Bodolph  V������.Ie:ntin6 become distinctive French  types in this story of a fatuous French  crook who did more good than evil  and who aided the police. The well  known resorts of Paris are pictured,  depicting the.gay night life, and Rudolph Valentino does an Apache dance  which would do credit to Paris . itself.  Much of the French atmosphere is  preserved by art titles with the streets  of the city and its famous haunts visible in the background. - Paris famed  in song and story has been caught by  the eye of the camera and brought to  the theater in  "A Rogue's Romance."'  Turnips���������Field turnips, $15 a ton.  F. B, Pearce.  The feature of the United Farmers  meeting on Friday night wtas the talk  by E. Langston on the proposed egg ,  marketing ���������ch cle, which  will havo its  headquarters at Nelson.  The friends of Sam Lazachuk aro  faring sumptuously on venison roasts,  steaks, etc. Sam got a flue buck, on  Monday, and is distributing many of  the choice cuts to numerous fricncfiC 7  The children's Christmas treat and  entertainment wEU be held in the  Lister school on Tuesday evening,  December 10th, at 8 o'clock. Following  the entertainment there will b������������ a  Christmas bull for the grownups.  Harry Vernon is a visitor here for  a few days, prior to his "departure for  England, "where be will visit old  friends for ������ few months. While  overseas he proposes visiting some of  the old fighting, grounds in France  and Belgium.  Tho sal (Tof work staged on Saturday  by the Bowing class of the Sunday  school was a groat financial success  the intake for the day amounting to  almost $50. There wnn a sale: of cooking," candy, sewing with afternoon tea  also served. Mra. Stevens and Miss  Lena Frumpton had charge of tho Bale  of cookery; Miss Cora Frampton dis*  posad of the sewing; Mrs, Chudley  was in charge of tho refreshment  booth, while Dick Stevens manSpola"-  ed tlio fish pond.  Presbytenar: Ladies' lt~~  A"^   ~~i      mk,  ZaA  and Salt of Work  There will be offered  for sale  Home Cooking  Plain and Fancy Sewing  Hometttade Candy  Articles suitable for  Christmas Gifts  2.30 to 5-30 p.m.  U^  ^lil fer  !}J  Tues., Dec. 12  Afternoon Tea served  EVERYBODY WELO0ME1  "*... ������TI������E&EVJL&W. CllESTGN, B. C  I  / i#<?rjfex ilnsway  It starts circulation. This  scatters congest.on.The inflammation disappears^-  .ttnd along with it the pain.  l-triievos painful rheumatic twinges too.  \\ tirms and oases backaches, neiua'aia,  colds in chest.   Keep it handy.  Made in Canada  Sloan's hte~\i*ne~nt-kiIk~pMn?  CANADA  ���������:     BY    bt ivnu   -vi fl.*Rs;r>Tf*s  E-I.IOT  Published  by   Special   Airan&ement *  ���������with  the Author  \  \ before she could control "her vble  | Bingham answered, for her.  i      "It's Paget, Miss    Kliot.      When    "I  I went lo Ehe stablea  lids-morning. Ids  team and wagon were standing in. ihe  open   shed,  bur there   was  no   driver.  He'must-have'.missed the road in.-the  storm and gotten out of the wagon to  look for it.      "Livingstone and two  oL  our men started baek on the trail- at  once.      Better have, a cup of tea." ho  finished  kindly;  "woojtn always ho]7e  for the best you know���������and you must -  not    make    yourself ill.      It wouldn't  surprise me in_.the least if Paget were ���������  io    come    in    this minute, grumbling '  sfbout the bad walking." '  Willi, this Mr. Bingham went oui,  and Mrs. Bingham "and 1 sat down al  the table and coaxed each other to eat.  The next- hour is like a nightmare  to nae. -We had just risen from, our  make-believe breakfast when mad  barking from David sent us "both, to  the door like a flash. Mr. Bingham  was there before us,, however. "The  men are coming back. Helen," he -said  reassuringly, as one always says the  obvious thing in an emotional crisis,  and hurried out to_meet them.  In a. few'raoments the wagon pulled  up at the door,-and Don and Mr. Bingham carried in alL tliat was left of  poor Lawrence Paget. They had  found him. only a mile from the house.  At first we thought, or pretended to  think. That lie. was still living, but ii  was a sorry pretence. - And the, bitterness of it is Hint-he was so close to  safety    al!  WSM.  K E AD ACH E ziB I ttOU SN������S������  ��������� pzzizb. HST iVMi^nZriy. \  'Z*yytttiji^jfr\  :'pZ'K\Dn:������^S';mM^ZZZ  zzzzzzzz gQWMS;.zmzm  -������feM������**M  a*    M.-vtt^-    *~~w **r*M-*_  The British- treasury returns give  Great -Britain's total debt on. April 1  of this.year at ������7,742,526,147 -(roughly $34,(ir67,115',058):" - The" lowest figure e'Jice 1875, when the debt was  JB767,268,569. '(.137365,081,648), was in  1899. when it was ������635,393^734 \$2,-  795,732,429). - The debt in 3 914 was  |3.113,'678J184. The "highest figure'  was in 1920, when it was--������7,S78,6D7,-  166 ($3,555,871,519). -  i-i--,, ~i.������  famaBtmm^mt  (Continued)  XXVI.  Bar- B Ranch,  February 28th, 19���������.  tin*****; tu    iiuuk   t inn  wliiltr "we asLi iii tzuin.tjri the uight be-  J'ore he was battling for liis lifef  There was very little for Mrs. Bingham and nie.. to do; the men attended  to everything. When all was, quiet  again, "Mr. Livingstone came into the  hall where I sat alone.     ,  CANADIAN PACIFIC  EXCURSIONS TO  CENTRAL STATES  The CanaUiari Pacific Railway- will  have on "sale daily December 1, 1922,  to  January 5,  1923,  from ^stations in  Alberta and' Saskatchewan, excursiqu  round    trip    tickets  to the  following  Centra   States   points:    Minneapolis,  Minn., St. Paul, Minn., <Duluth,. Minn..  Milwaukee, Wis., Chicago,    111.,'   Fort  Dodge,' Ia.,_r"Couucil   Bluffs,   la.,   Mai-j  shalltdwn, It.,  Des Moines, la.,   Sioux j  City,  Ia.~, "Cedar^Rapids,   la.,   Kansas j  C*'*iy, Mo, Watwtftwn. S D.. St. "fcouis. 1  ���������Mo., and. Omaha, Neb.  These excursion tickets will bear a"  Snal return limit of three months and  enable those desiring to visit their  home in the" south an opportunity of  Killed By Blood Poison  ,   Used " an old razor lor paring his  corns. Foolish because 25c. bCtys a  bottle ni Putnam's Painless Corn Ex-  QUALITY-FOOD"  It's not volume, but quality  in diet that aids healthfur  I"  growth*  Scott's Emulsion  is a quality-food that  many need to help tide  over times oi -weakness. It's rich in the  precious vitamines.:^  AT A.L.L ������ku<3 STORES  PRICE. 551.3������ -ansl ������S*c  Algeria Dairy Industry  xxv.~jv.x~x ^ ~. xx~~txv-~,~. -x.tjx~j ~~-~ ��������� rJ?:,ie development of the dairying'in-  tractor which for fifty years has-been. dustry iu Alberta is indicated in the  removing  corns, and    warts ' without | fact that, a "provincial  report'just is-  pain:   ��������� K"fflure  if  5TV?S+e   "^   sued shows that 23,650,000 pounds of  nam's."      Heluse    a    substitute,    25c j ��������� ,   ,  '      ' ,  evervwh-^re. ' cream were graded nt 42* creameries in  ~ jtl^e i3ve monlhs from .-May-to .Septem-  Threads of gold used, in  India  fSr ] ber Inclusive.    Under the new system  making lace are drawn    out    so    fine   of grading a marked improvement., in.  that 1,100 yards ol' it  only weigh one I the quality -of Alberta butter has been  ounce.        - - rfecord-ed.  Beauty Hint for Women  My petty troubles and resentments  have been forced into the background  by real tragedy. It is all so i'r������*sh  that I can scarcely write or speak  about it, and at the same time I feel  as it' ages had passed since 1 wrote in  my diary only three weeks ago. And  what a pitiful, childish outburst that  was! After all, I am not the first  person to learn that dolls are made of  sawdust and imagination.  When I went downstairs on that  seerningly far-off: Sunday 1 found Mrs.  Bingham, standing beside the hall window, with an anxious expression "on  her usually placid face.  .   "IC there anything "Wrong?'" I asked. 1  ���������"Do you see that sky?" she answered., as she drew me to the window. "1!  anx afraid it. means a    storm,    aria.    a.  storm here'means death."      She Towered her voice with the last words.  "Oh, surely not!" I said. "No one  would venture out it* aS.storm, were  coming up."  "'People who live in; such a country  grow reckless," she replied, and then  changed the subject with an e&'ort.  Juse at sundown lier prediction  came true, the wind rose, and inside  an Etour Ave were in ihe. grip of ihe  storm. It was no gentle drift or*  alceey flakes ihai threw a white blanket over a bare and ugly world, but.  a howling, shrieking hurricane, accompanied by fine snow which stung like  millions of needte-pricks whenever it.  touched the bare skin!" While ii wa.s i was over.  still liRht enough to do so, I watched \ "Will  It  from,  ihe   window,    fascinated.  .'"I found -this in Paget's pocket," he j doing so at a reasonable rate  said, and handed me my "English mail, t    IruiL.particulars *v*-"ill be gladly given  And then I broke down and erlecl like  a baby���������-I .couldn't help it.      His very  last  words  to me came  back with a:  rush of feeling that I had not considered " possible: -"We Britishers must  stand by each other, vou know."  on   application   to   any   agent  Canadian Pacific Ra iiway.  or   tlie  R.25  I have scarcely seen Mr .-'Livingstone  since then-; he has been very busy  looking after Mr. Paget's affairs. But. {  he has been very nice an<l friendly !  whenever we have met. Mr. Paget's t  death" has "sobered us all, I think. OL'  course I shall never feel towards him  just as I d"id before,���������why shouiai.  when lie is apparently satisfied with  the present situation? .- To come right  down to the -bare facts: I evidently  took his kindness to mean more than  he actually meant by it, and feeling  . so,'I thought that I had* a right to feel  | hurt, by his sudden devotion to Mary.  1 see my blunder now, and I shall not  repeat 3t.     .��������� '."'.'������������������"-.*        r   ,_*;.  Your Asthma, Too. The efficacy of  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma' Remedy is  not something that' is merely to be  hoped tor; it is to be expected. It  seldom fails .;. t8T "bring relief, and in  your own! individual case it will do  the same. So-universal has-been the  success of'this far-famed remedy tliat  every one afSiete<l with this .disease  owes it to himself to try it.   -"..  jtor  clear -.  skifm  CLttmt  bright  eyeszi  take  "When food is only inipcrfaetly digested,  it gives ritse to fermentation, clogs tlis  bowels, and renders the blood impure.  This results in dull eyes, muddy skin,  "blotches; pimples and other disfiguring  marlcs. Beecham's Pills act immediately  oh the stomach, liver and bowels; regulate them and keep them in a .vigorous  condition. They are mild, harmless and  dependable. They are compounded of  remedies of vegetable origin haying  great medicinal value.  ..Grape '-!cultivation     >y_as  introcluc  into Englan d* by the Rom a ns.  ~S4^0~-~k  Sold  everywhere  in boxes  O 01   mxilla.  -*r\r -prat-mm.  XXV11.  Bar B Ranch.,  Mareli 3Q.th, "19���������.  I open my diary again only to close  it.  I realize that what I am about to  write will read exactly like the last  chapter in a novel, but that cannot be  helped. '������������,,,  Last Sunday- was the first day of  spring. Saturday had been wintiT,  but the seasons are. true Canadians;���������  always in a-hurry, and with no half-  rones���������and as soon as I woke on Sunday  morning I knew that the  winter  spite of myself, by the" fantastic  shapes of the -eddying., .snow which  seemed to fall to within a few inches  of the ground, only to b-e caught up  agara like dust, by a whirlwind. As  It grew darker, the wind became wild*  er, and all night long it blew, sometimes moaning in a way to make one  remember ull  the  world-old stories' of"  you    come    for a ride after  in J breakfast?" Mr. "Livingstone asked me  2,000  $12,000  .���������#\  Her������"if your-opportunity to participate  in these three hie cash prises.    We wi������*h  t������.  pot  THE   ATHLETIC   GUIDE,  our  hew Sporting  Paper  on  the   map  ������nd  at  once.-  It "erould take^us m������at,hs. ftPd-rnoztth-a to reach our circulation - .'objective by >������T*iiiatT  canvussinE metho-A* ������o we" have decid*d to spend onr money  in'*a way whereby oar  own  eubscriberei  will  t~t~.n   an;i opportunity   to participate  in  our  expenditure  which  realty makes out proposition a mutual one all the way roua3. ������������������-.."I  -To participate in this subescription campaign you limply indicate on the coupon_  b*low whether in your estimation the HOME TEAM will score BAORE. LESS or    . THE SAME NUMBER of goals than they scored in the corresponding; same of fast-  year, by placinr ah **X** in the column provided in the coupon. Prises- will be.  awarded ������o subscribers an follows: The first priie to the eubacriber who submits the highest correct estima-te. The secorrd  prize to the subscriber who submits the second hisrhest correct estimate and the third ^priae to the subscriber who subnuta tno  third' hiehest.    Prizes will  be  ecually   divided   amene   subscribers whose estimates rank equally correct.  1st ������Srize  2nd Prize  3rd Prize  $6500  $3500  $2000  ������s we met in the hall  I did want a ride, under any circumstances, so I said yes, ������nd in an hour  1 was on Cvipid and "headed for the  south to meet the summer," as Mr,  Livingstone  put it. "  ""  Both ihe horses were fresh and  eager to stretch their limbs, so we. let  them race for a while and did 3not at  test houI-s, Mnd Then a?:ain risinpr loud-l tempt to talk. The warm lazy breeze  fi- itad louder un-il !t ended in ' a I was busily blowing awaj- all my un-  btood-curdUm? shriek. We sat up uu-! pleasaut memories, and as wc -slowed  til aft-er midnight, Mr. and Mrs. Bin)*?- S u^r horses down to a walk at the to-p  hara, Mr. i-lvine.svone and  I, trying 1o  forK-^5  ia ih* warmth ;tn������l light. of tlio  big     jus 11     iht-     av.-tal   danger   which  threat-^ne^   Oie   life   of  rvfvyont*   who  mipht be oui  on tui'-h a niffhf.      Even  aii*-y I  went,  so  bed   I could not sleep  Tor a   k>ng while, tired as  ( 'was;   but  the   storm  mus't   have,  worn  bei'ore ihiyli^ht, for ai. eiRlv  wok'- iron)   troubled clr<������:im*������  ���������*d r>U!  upon  ;i  qui"!   world.  <-r>vir-r'*(l   itf*   t'-i-y   ;jm   I   could  srlit.u*) jn$?    v.-iilie     mkiw.    bin* in   iIih  Khadowed   hollowf,   but   nlmoHt   blind  of a steep hill it came upon me suddenly that "I loved Canada, the big,  crude--* land r.luit had Beemed so unfriendly throughout the winter."  "Thai, waa glorious*!"  I  said to\Mi*.  l.ivinptstoue, -  ���������  "Yof?, wasn't it*?" he replied. "Don't  ill-self our. I you winh "MIhh Arnold were here to  'O'clock I! <*nJoy it  with n.s?"  nnd look-;     AU the little demons came buck.in-  ,\  world ! siH,ntly, and I Rave poor Cupid a cruel  see   with ��������� '-*ut   with  the whip.      One unbearably  long minute followed, during which -1  seemed   "to   fall   half-way   through   to  (i) Ah onirics must be made on coupons provided ior that  purpose.  (2) Any"..coupon which has been altered or* mutilated will  bc  disqualified.  (8) In event of a tie, or ties, prizes will be divided  -��������� 'equally between those tieiiifr, but should the necessity  arise,, the Audilor reserves the riicht to rearrange prize  uioMy eo that the first prize wiiuiera will receiT* move  than the second, and tlie second prize wfinnera i-eceivo  mere than the third.     .,. ~  ('���������<) Matchei on couponB inconrectly scheduled, or not- commenced, same" ^vill be. atvuck oflt the coupon. In the  event  of  a  srame  b'einc etartwl,  and then  -dlncontinued  'Z for any t-haebn whataocver, the Bcore as reKistcrcd at  1h<s time the' srame" is terminated, will be accepted as  bcLne the Bame as a.full came, j  (5) 'I'he .Auditor reserves the right to* (Unqualify any coupon  for wfiat.-'insJiiB opinion, ib a cood and sufficient reason,  ���������nd 3t is a di������tinct.condition of entry tliat the Auditor's  decision nhall bc accepted an final and leaally binding  in all matters concerning "this competition. No. cor--,  i-esponclencc will  bo entered  into or interviews  prantcd.  (6) In marldnir coupon, jilace ��������� crosn in column provided;  desiote  whether  you  think   the  HOME   team   will,  score  "MORE GOALS, LESS GOAI^S, or the SAME "N*0*MBER  OF,��������� GOALS aa in the correspondinc came pf last ycac.  (7") Should the* score shown for last year's Barnes be incorrect it will not .aflfect any estimate as the ficures will  lae tsdten as printed. ... '-*"  <8") .Entrants must encloae 25c with ea;ch coupon, wliich will  entitle them-to live weeks" subscripton to THE ATHLETIC GUIDE, or $1, which entitle* them to ono extra  entry coupon and twenty-live wceka' subscription.  (0) No two prizes will be paid out in any one week to any  one aub&cribcr.  ���������     ." .    -. ' ���������        ''...���������  <10)    Employees of THE ATHLETIC GUIDE cannot compete.  < 11) Prizes are awarded on the results receiyed by cable  on or bcMrrc 9 n.m. Monday followin-ar date of matches.  <12)' Ko reBponsibilky-will be accepted by THE ATHLETIC  GUIDE for the loan or uoa-delivery of any coupon.  Proof of postine will"-riot be accepted, as proof of dc-  lHcvy or receipt. ��������� .'���������'���������"     -..  <1������> Coupons received without name <-������r aduxCBa will be dls-  inialined. . ���������  (l-i) Tn cases of capital prize winners when the addvess la'  jiiven as "General DeKvery^lonly, proof of identification  will be reciulred before mailinjc of -capHal prize.  ' *���������  'Iu-e,  van  tllfN  Ing  In  iih  radlnnee     v/liore    the  n.h������'iue     upon     jt.        Aijd   live   I)an  kwIVI    nnd   eruel-loolon-ij  aa   ever.  Hke   a   bhi'-k   ribbon   through   .-fll  dj-oizJiriK beau I y. j  \V!������en I wen I ilotvn lo l>rp|ilil';������sr. rhej  dirking-room w;������m einpiy, but in a I'ev; i  mlrnitoK -*1t~. Biih'Iihui cai'ii** In, foi '  lowp<l a nuVment Inter by her husband. |  "As soon an I .*'n.\v ih^m I knew tlu-o  Hornethinp? ftwI'ui  h-.a\  Impf^ned, '  ���������"What   Ih   il ?"   I   jfidced. j  Mrs.    OlilKUirhi    iiirii   l**   ,*ur:<jk,    but  00*^,00  ������������������������������������i  How to Purify  the Blood  "Fthffn i-n ������h������rly rlropi ol F.tItucI *  *~*t Rr>*i.t, -rftmmonl'/ cull-fld M*th������r  Snjl������r% Curative Syrup, maty be  ������j������k������-n in w.sl.t.t vAi), m~-.~.\n an-d at  b<>������himrt, for indi{(<*Htion, cosoSti-  p;ilion ~*nti |>ad blood. Per������i*t-  enee in ihis treatment will ������ive  permanent relief in nearly every  cmna." Cat-.t the genuEne at  druk������J*t������, 50c.and $i.OObo(lte.M.  sun i Ausli'dlia, and then all was black and  r 3cnew 3301 bins' morfi until I cam* lo  \ny Ht-uiH^K o3i ji swirtly-3'cvolvJnB hllJ-  sirl������*. >vhil<������ Mr. FJivlnKRto3if! poured  bi*H.n<ly rlcwn my tbront with iib Uttlo'  r:onsi������b*>ruii������n an if I hml been.'a 1'nn-  m-t, I half- bvupily, but it had the ile-  Kirpd ''I'Oc't, nn<l b-el'ove long- I.Isa liillB  I Metll-nl   back   into     tlifth*    ac*(ju������i.ompiI  1>\ in ������������������<...  \     "Whu;   huiMMJixxr.'"   f  a-Hhed,     ihh    I  ��������� sioofl   np,  v**-v,v   shaky,  but  vpl'.v  inde-  ! l>rnd<*'nl  j ���������"('iiiiid bolt od, and hill I'-way -down  , ih* lull lie irui his foot into a badtffu*  f holf. it Ih h wonder that yon both  jwei* not hni*ftfl���������cswiM^fstfilly wlmn you  will ImdHl on w<!aiinK 111n* ITvilc l^nic  J I'U'UtK.-Hh.rt;'  Mr f,lvln^Hiorn* bad evidently ht-s-o  l badly rclKbif-riftd, and, muni lite, ho  ; Khriwrni   ].]*.   r*onr:rrn   Ivy   blmnLaK   'ho  FOOTBi AL.L.' COM PETIT! ON-  ATHLETIC GUIDE PUBLISHING CO., 508" Dominion Bank Bid j?., Vancouver, B.C.  *.*,'"' *     ���������    ���������. .i.Z--  I enter tlii������ Football Campetition with the undrrstandine tbdt T agree to R*t������i������lo by tlie published  rulea eoyernine aame and to accept the Auditor's decision as ftiuvL-nnit legally bindinpr. Twenty-flvo  <entn enclosed for five week*' aabacviption tnthleii me to one estimate; 50c. ten weeh������ and two.  **iUmatea;  TSc. fifteen weel������   Mid three Mtimntea;  $1.00, twenty  wweka  and  live estimate*.  NOTE���������"Mark with ait "K in column provided whetirt-r youPlhinb Ibe HOME team will ���������cor-e *U01^K,  I.KSS or the SAUE Number of roala aa in the correapondlnc eacno last aeason.  +00  t  inii-������ii  Thi-i-f v.-;������** a good ~\/.**i\ ntovni nut  I'm- h'Jin .vtu'n* I Jiail 'alien, do l w<f*ni  ovm* find ������at down on it, j^lad lo bo  iibSi* lo vj>\v ������hft Hltuatlon from a more  or I���������������-,'���������)h r-ornofrlablfl hpmI. I H������*fliin������(l  to -titvf (if:f|Ulrf!(l ������ Khorl f'h'i'utt In iuy  n/.*���������)-.-Yin**   *<y������tf>tr).' "  (Tn b-fi coriPlniii'd)  ADIlRKSft -   Mails with X in column iwovldcilx  '���������Jt'" ������b more i "Ia" l~ U.b ;  HS" is name.  Gam-ca it, bc  - Plaj'wl  Dec. 23  Comvotltfon  clones  Midnicht  HOMI3 TKAM  JLaat  Year'*  flcoro  Away Team  !Newcn^tle               1      *-  Aston Villa  "Evert on                  2-1  Birmingham  "VJHUcltcaier C      1     1  Cardiff, C.  ���������W.BromwlchA.   2     1  Sunderland  ���������\VcHt llam.U.      2     0  "Wolvcrhnm'n  Kolher3iuui Co. | 1     1  Bury  iiuii eaty          2   0  Blackpool  ;n,....  or  r,y,   n.  I.IH  r.ttc.  iCVliLr,  Simthcnd U.  I-1   1  Jl  |  ;  Charlton  Ath.  *.  Luton Town  I'Ol*t������U10Utll  NV-Iboh  i1,  1-  "Darlington  lfurtle|ioolti U.  I1  1  Lincoln City  Ut. Mirren  |S  M other wtill  r  l^rtrkk T.  1 2  1  z  Enith Eovum  ISilu'riniaTirt  Morton  JI !  alkirHc  I  <  0 jkjuntiiee  trntm  Ccnpon af 0. ll  M     ~~.    t9  I  1  1   '  **(���������  -  1  '  "  1  ���������  I  I  "  ���������!  nS  I Coupon Ho. 0|  \ Co-a-pon Ko. 3|  M     Xt     U  I Coupon No. 4j  M-   Ir    ���������  [ Coupon Mo. 6  ~~z   Xa   n  -  ���������-���������      1  ���������������������������  1  1      1  1  1   1-  ,'  V.  "* 1  ���������  1  1  1  i  1  M  B  Hi  -1  1  ��������� \z  .  j  1  1   1 1  .  rr 1  tm  i."' -   X  A.  /  qf  3THE. REVIKW. CltESTON. 3*. CL  Passing ������I Bob  Edwards   l^JEW      LAMP      BURNS  AIR  '-"Editor   of   Calgary   Eye   Opener   SuCr  eumbs to Heart Failure  -R.    C.    Edwards, MX.A., editor.oi  the Calgary Eye Opener, died recently*  at his-residence in Calgary.  For ffiany months he had been pros.-  Forfnany^years  ^physicians Havo 'pre-*  I scribed yeast for iiie  '.    ^ *-"*% .. *      "-.-'      r-    "    r  ***-  * .L ��������� i. fl " M I ���������     ..t    .   ill      * 0^4*     ^vm.n.~. ~x m mm  COTxv&C.t.Qj.a. , <u>*    -iST-ouut^  .y      -       *��������� i *        -      -    -  physical   disarrange-  IsrtenSs. such -as boils*  constipation,   pimples  and intestinal troubles.  ������������  Royal Yeast Cakes  are rich in vitamines  &nd serve to tone tsp  the blood.     Royal -<3  Yeast Cakes' .are on  -.   -.      \ - ~   -~$-  grocery store1^   Send  mame and"address ior a  tree   copy   "Royal  Yealst: Cak'% for  Better Health.^  Beats Electric o* Gas  A new- oil lamp> thatrgiyes an amaz*  Ingjy. "* brilliant, soft, white light, even,  better than gas or electricity, has been  trated wit> heart trouble, "brought on] Jes*:1d by the U;f; Government and 35  E. W. CH.LETT COMPANY LIMITED  TORONTO. CANADA  Winn i rea  by an attack" of-influenza, contracted  ���������while attending the , spring session, of.  the Alberta Legislature.  He is survived "by his"widdwV*-there.  -being"uo children.     "      ' .: .-  _  Tbe - -late    Mr.*Edwards^jwas-boiTi  September .12,    18*84, 'at   Edinburgh*.  I ^Scotland.      I-Ie  was  educated  at Sts*  -Andrew's 'and^-Fite Cplelgea 'and later  g^raduateS from-Glasgow"University. j *;  , Coming to Canada ia 1895, he enter-*  ed_*tb*3ixeld"b"t~Vy-eekly newspapers in  Albei*tS townc       For the .past decade  he had been the editor of the Calgary  Eye Opener. r  Mr.. Edwards remained single until  four years ago, when^ he married  Kate "'Penman, of Blackbridge. . Scotland. ', He was a Presbyterian ~\\ religion and independent in politics. -  He-was ."first elected to the Alberta  '"Legislature at���������the general-elections  of 1921.  MONTREAL  MADE JN CANADA.  *- Oil A-t-Fort Norman  --Reporls .from Fort Norman^ in the  far north, reveal that the early winter  has not checked drilling i'or oil in that  territory. The original well at Fort  i Norman, of the' Imperial Oil Company  is' still producing seventy barrels a  day and this fluid is lound ~ot great  value locally.  Fatten  Stock  On  Sreenir.gi  leading universities and found to be  superior to 10 ordinary oir lamps. It  burns' without odor; staolte^ or noiae���������'  no pumping up, l?i simple, clean, .safe.  Burns 94 per eent.^airiandi 6 per cent,  common kerosene .(coal-oiOI  - The inventor, T, V. Jonnson, *Sf 9 Mc-  Dermot Ave.-, Winnipeg, ia offering to  send- a lamp on* 10 days* FREE trial,  or even to give 6ne FREE to the flrst  user in each, locality-wno Will help: him  introduce it. -" Write him today for  full particulars. Also ask him to explain how you can get the. agency, and  without experience 6r money make  $250 to $500 per month- -  Colorado Mountains-Rival Alps  Colorado has -a mountain area six  times as great as Switzerland, with 42  peaks exceeding 14,000 feet altitude  as against eight such .giants in the  Swiss-Alps. It has Z*X mountains  higher than Mount Fuesteraahorn, the  highest, peak iu S'  To  Save the  Babies  May Us-e  Goats   MIIR  In  Tuberculosis  War  Iu the fight against tuberculosis, announcement is made by the Winnipeg  Anti-Tuberculosis Society that a nunx-"  ber-of-local medical men and interested citizens .have banded together",for  the purpose of purchasing a herd of  goats for Winnipeg, so that? babies in  the -city may be'* supplied with goats*  milk. -'   -'-  It was stated at the recent ineeting  of the society^ at Winnipeg that goats  had been found to be practically immune from tuberculosis. ~ Of the 4,-  000,000 babies -born annually in the  "United States it was estimated that  1,000,000 died from bovine tuber-  culosis.  PUTS 0N 20  P0USDS AND  FEELS  WHY RHEUMATISM  OFTEN COMES BACK  ,>  W-estern Ranchers Send Sheep, Cattle j  and  Hogs to Fort WilU-am for  Winter Feed  Fourteen    thousand    head of sheep.  I..-..-���������..s   r, ~,-.0-r������2^l    nt-   -WTirtt.,    l-C-JII-o -m   -Tvtrtv-..   t"ho  XAtXTtC     O.X i 1 V *CU     tXti    A.   XJX  X       IV1U1HUL     A.0 00XJX     trt-x.  "Lethbridge, "Alberta ranch of R. C.  Harvey,-.to be fed during the winter.  on elevator screenings, " and subsequently sold to the eastern markets.  Two other Alberta ranchers, E. Mays  and G-. Brooks, liave leased 50 acres  instde the city limits at Fort William  on--which'' they "will .place "iffO head of  steers to "-winter feed in . the same  manner. They will also feed a number of hogs. -  A %m TO LET  HM FALL OUT  i  /  3 5c "Dan.derin~e" Saves.Your  ���������" Hair���������-Ends 'Dandruff!  --       Delightful  Tonic  i  CATARRH  Catarrh" Is a local disease greatly influenced  "by constitutional conditions. . -IIALL'S CA-"  TARRH MEDICINE .is a Tonic,- taken 'internally, and acts through, the bloody upon tlie  mucous- surfaces ol the system. HALL. S  CATARRH MEDICINK assists Nature in  restoring  normal  conditions.  All Diuggi^Ls.       Circulars free.    -  F.. J.  Cheney &- Co.,  Toledo, .Ohio.,..  Big Export of Lumber"  Lumber exports from the province  of British -Columbia in September  reached; a total of approximately'''21,-  000,000 -feet;..; according? ������'-thZ a ^ecpnt  statement' issued; ,by'; ^jlhe'i.lVancoTiyer  Merchants* Exchange. In addition  70,00.0 box shopks were sent to Australia; 100,2000 bundles oC shingles to  Australia,' New York and the United  Kingdom. Lumber shipments were  made to Japan, China, Australia.  South America, United.States. Unite'cl  KSjagdom and Europe.  The Usual Treatment Does Not Reach  the Root of the Trouble  Most treatments for rheumatism do  no more than aim to keep down, the  poison in. the blood and enable nature^.  to overcome that particular attack.  Then when the system becomes rundown from any cause the disease  again gets the upper hand and it all  has to be done over.  -  Sufferers    irom    rheumatism    who  have_ found their condition unrelieved  or actually growing worse wbile using  other- a-emediesj would do well to try  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,      The tonie  treatment-" with   -this    medicine    has  -proved in thousands of cases  inat it  builds up-the blood to a point that enables    it    to    cast    out the rheumatic  poisons  through- the -regular  channels  of excretion, the bowels, kidneys and  the skin.      When tbis is done rheumatism is  banished, and as long as the  blood is kept pure and rich the patient  will   be  immune   from attack.       This  is-proved by-~the    case    of    Mrs.    J.  .Hewittj   Beacb.   P.O:, --Hamilton,'-'.Out.,  who sa'ys:   "For'"a -number of years I  was troubled with   muscular   rheumatism,, whteja  caused _ me jk great  deal  ofj suffering.. _   I would" get rid_-t)f the  trouble for a time, but it always came,  back.   : A    friend    recommended    Dr.  Williams'  Pink  Pills and  I   have  not  .liad an-attack of rheumatism-,sdn.ee I  took them; and-that-Is five years ago;  I haye' sih-ee used the pills  f$&- anaemia    and    found  them .equally  good,  and   I   now recommend- them   to   any  driends who may-be ailing."  You can get tliese"pills from any  mediqine dealer o.r by mail*at 50 cents  a box or six boxes for $2.p0 from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brd-ckville, Ont.-:      .''���������',  Dyed A Sweater  And Skirt With  Diamond  Dyes  Every "Diamond Dyes" package  tells how to dye or tint any worn, faded garment or drapery a new rich color that will not streak, spot, fade, or  run. Perfect home'dyeing is guaranteed with Diamond Dyes even if you  have "Gave;- dyed befoi e. Just - ieli  your druggist whether the material  you wish to dye is wool or silk, or  whether it is linen,- cotton, or miltfed  goods. For fifty-one years millions of  Avomen - "have been" using "Diamond  Dyes" to add years of -wear to their  old, shabby waists, skirts, dresses,  coats, sweaters, stockings, draperies,  hangings, everything!  A new keyless padlock has been invented- that is opened by gravity, the  owner alone being supposed1 to know  at just what angle it must be turned  to let the lock go..  ���������* J^L'-anJac; and 1* are oTd Tii ends, i  took.-^iC when it first came oii> -and ���������  have used -it off and on as a ion!-*  then* and I always keep fit." Thi"***  statement wfas made recently l->  Robert J;_Moore, highly respected -;ncl  widely known farmer oi Regina. Sa:V;.,  residing on _N.. Albert St. Mr. *Moov<"  ia also well known at Rouleau, where  he was "farming before coming to Rcgina.  "XVlien I first took Tanlac." lu* -���������i'i,  "J", was not what, you would call  s.r-ii-  ousty sick, but I certainly was in such  bad shape I knew I had to have pom*  thing to "make me gel  well, and  so  ������  decided on this medicine. ~  I was  :0.\  run-down   and" suffering     from     rheumatic, pains that oiten made my shoulders,   arms,   back   and  "hips  stiff   and  sore.      My    stomach    wasn't,  aciiiii;-  right.   either,   and   my   appetite   kept  failing ott.    SouieUuics iny iocd wouhl  disagree wiih me badly  auu CrtU^f  Tiir-  considerable suffering.  ���������"Heading about Tanlac in the Regina papers started nie taking it. and  it put an end to my trouble quickly.  I went up twenty^jjounds in weight. I  haven't had a trace of rheumatism  since., and have enjoyed perfect health.  I unhesitatingly recommend Tanlac to  anyone."   ^  Taulac is sold by all good druggists.  Lift Off with Fingers  A Case Of Necessity  Madge.���������"Would you marry a man  to reform blm?  Maoeh���������I suppose I shall have to������������������  there isn't one ot them that suits me  the way he is now.���������Boston Transcript.  S'lk iwyT-ft T"f^ El  i   WOMAN  Hurry! "'It's your autyJ iEa������h day  you see a little^ more hair fallihg o\it  and~you are making no effort to avoid  baldness. What a i������ity. Falling hair  means your hair is weak; sick���������possibly 'dandruff is strangling at,'oi*" the  hair root pores in the scalp are not  firm ancl tight, thus wasting the. hair-  growing oils. ., '.'���������.,*.*,  Danderine   almo&t   instantly   stops,,  falling hairot" men    or    women    and  cleans every partiele of dandruffaway,  then tha hair takes on new life,'vigor  arid strength: to-gaiaw strong, thick ynd  -long. ��������� ���������*:.,''?.-?���������'.--j- ���������?:->--��������������������������� :���������?.-. Z.y ���������������������������*. ���������' -..  Danderine ���������' is delightful���������npt sticky  or greasy. Go to any drug store now  and get a bottle. , Use it. _ Have  healthy, heavy, beautiful ririirjind lots  ot It;', Pi '���������' '  ��������� y...:-*. ���������������������������������������������'i.i P: iyZ-P-iZ-'  Real Community Spirit "���������'.  Here's a fine Example of cpminun-  ityi spirit: Citizens of Simpson County,  Kentucky, to the number of 3,000  turned out for a day recently, and by  nightfall put seventy miles of road in  excellent repair.  ������fe^*^#^������?te^S  Found   Health   by   Tajdnff  L^dia E. PinkKam's Vege-  r    table Compound  . Z . ,    ,vi;. ;;;;   *,',;, t /��������� ..*,,.  Mol-nval,  ' jg������akatcliew������n.���������"I    saw  JLydla  Ifl.  Plnklmm'a  Vegetable Compound advertised   Tor  women's  trou-  blen^'and when a. friend reepmmerided  it to tne I tried It and it has*done mo  ao -much  good  in  tho two years  in  ���������wliicb. I have been takin'K it that 1  ��������� XLnil'*.'.!   ana  a  dlHorcRt  woman  Bln,eo  ". .then.    I  recommend your Vegetable  Contipoundran much na I ean and.you*  may 'use. my letter ns a. TeBtlmonlal."  ���������Mbh. *"Wm.   J.   Thomas,    Melaval,  S ailcett else wan.  The first veterinary school  was established in 1762 "at Lyons..  ���������4.  JMONEY ORDERS  Scmit  by . 3>omituoa ^Express -Money* Ofdea*.  If lost or stolen, yoa get your money  back.  WINTER EXCURSION? TO     v  fHEPAClFIC COA^T ON  Z       CANADIAN PACIFIC RLY,  Twelve months of summer If you  apend the next three on the" Pacific  Coast, where - every form of outdoor  pastimes may be enjoyed.-    "  The delightful mild .climate at  Vancouver,* Victoria and New West-  minstfei* attrapi. a SJ������at muriyprairie  follcB annually, whoso nttmbet;^ will  doubtless lie greatly increased by" the  Exci&raion fares which will bo on oale  Doc. 5111,7111, 12th, 14th4 lOtii, 21st,  26th, 28th, January 2nd������ Aih, 9th, Ilth,  16th,   18th,  2Krd  and,  25th,  February  - l  These letters recommending Lydia "0.1 (jth and* 8th by the Cann<toa*a Pacific  -Plnlcham'a Vegetable Compound ott^Bht j Ra^ wflh.om slwi|ona ,J1 Manitoba  to tid*fcivinco women of the great wortl* '  Of thia medicine in tho treatment or  Ci51tncnts Ip r.*liicb tbey arc often mn-  Sect. ., ;   ���������  Mra, Thomas writes that sli������ i* *  Wltt������ront woto������u now. It you are imf-  terlng from troublosj iromen often  bavo, ov fool all vtm down, without  ������ny ambition-or energy for your  ognltir work, tako I^ydla E. Pink-  liam's Vo������etabl������N Compouna. It is m.  natural' reatorattvB *nd , ahouid help  jrou ttfl It ht~t. Mrtf. Thomas and imuiy,  ~m~~Ak4a,.0Sr.*s,*4    ^,(ki**M>r������    v*������rt-w*i^r������  Thia medtelno haa been helping elclc  wftme*5a  cseariy -Btt-jr -jreara���������aur������ly A  tmt-& ii������i(\v-\ ot sanrlod,  (Winnipeg and West), SasUatchowan  and .:*i,lb������rtc������.,, nnd henr n, return limit.  The Canadian Hockleft are a mugnl-  ftcent sight In winter gurb, and can  be seen from either one of tiie two  One Canadian Pacific trains in absolute comfort,  Pluri, that winter'..vacation npw.  A������k Mr. Agent oE the Cann-tllun Pacific for Illustrated leaflet and fuU'infor-  niMLioa.���������Ativc. u.ti.  Mliiai'd** LlnlncMsnt Ffrr Garget In Cowi'  HAVE YOU A FAMILY?  *E*iii������   is   o~   Importance   to   You  """Niagara Fp.ila, Ont.���������"Three, y^ara  ago my son, Gerald, had a nevero iiit*.  tack-"Zot"Z. yellow. 1  J aundioe. - "I tried  threes doctors but  they only Rave re  lief for ahQrt per[  od3. As "I ha  tried Dr. Pierce's  Anurio Tablets on  my other ^on^ I  fR&Vt decided to ������lv������  "/ -=T? him ������Dr. PIerc?e!a  ' /J GoUlen Modloal  " DlHcovory on d  after uslne four or flvo bottles  lie was entirely well.. I shall' ������!���������  ways say a good word for all of Dr.  Pleroe's remedies. Today dtir medicine cabinet contains a bottle of each.  ;of these ifamous reme-fllas.V-^-'Mrs. *  CathoTlno Dompnoy, 82 Brldg* Bt.  Dr. Pieroe'n Golden Medical Discovery Is fre������ from alcohql and injurious drugs. Yqu can ba certain  you -win iind it a true blood-maker,  tissue-builder, and restorative nervsi  tonic and that Ifc will produces- no  ������vll atter-e-ffects. *  ���������     DO VOU NEED HELPT  WSndsor, Ont.���������"Dr.Pierce's Ooldeii  Medical Discovery and his 'Pl������animt  Pellets' tx.. wonderful medlolnes for  homo use. I used to suffer with  weak limes, smothering n-pelln ������nd  slok-hsadaehos, but slnos taking th*  above-mentioned medlclues thess  conditions havo left mo."  "One of my d������u������hfors took th������  'Favorite ProsoriptlQu'. ah a tcnlo  during expectancy and,(the pral*������g  that medlcln* very hlahly, too."  Mrs. IQIlon Hardlnff. 11 Erlo Bt. W.  Your neJlKhborhood dcusaSct cells  all  Dr.  Pierce's  Family  Medicines,  4 ".i^l-**-.    fv-a-,  <M,**,-*4*4 tHT������44.A.   **|T%f*     WHt-sv**,*.  *<-*% U k\f ~it~#     l**.       **'ti|'U4U.������ ������*   *   Hy     *-*���������*.-      am   0*Ui**t0'4_,m  Pres. Invalids' Hotel* Buffalo, !NL Y..  for" fre-e- confidant!*! advice.  'Braocb  Laboratory iu Bilditobur*c. Out*  Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little  "Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly tliat corn stops hurtingr then shortly you lift it right off with fingers.  Truly!  Your druggist.sells a tiny bottle of  "Freezone". for a few cents, .sufficient  to; remove every hard corn, soft corn,  or corn between ihe toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation.  Burmese celebrate the new year  by throwing water on eacli other arid  also on passersby.  "Tobacco  By  Parcel  Post"  CHoice    three    year   old    natural*-..leaf  Tobacco;    grreatly    appreciated    by*, pipe-  smokers.      Send a dollar fern* a two pouwl  paolcafjr-A of sample.   .   Money  back   if not  satisfactory.  CO-OPERATIVE TOBACCO EXCHANGE  Ruthven, Ont.  Cheapest of all Olla.���������Considering  tlie qualities of Dr. Thomas" Eclectrie;  Oil it Is the cheapest of all preparations offered to the public. It is to be  found In every drug store in Canada  from coast to coast and all country  merchants'keep it for- stole. So, be-  inf? -easily procurable and extremely  moderate'In price, no. one bhould bo  without a bottle of It; . " "-.,  Do You Suffer From Dandruff & Falling Hair?  WANTED 1,000 . PKOPI.K iu the  mountain; climate tb tvy ORlRT  "POSIAJDK. ' Kellevca awcl "- removes the ranse. ot ^danclt-Tiff ari������"l  stops faUinjr hair In a few" application:**'.'  A TEST will prove It. Send 2.". cent*  stamps, money order or coin, for introductory * bottJe. ~~~l~ CONVINOKIX ���������  Orlet Products Company. Inc.. i "Wasli-  ItvKton  Place,   New York.   N.Y.��������� Attaints  -wanted.  Loaves' of'the Bussu/palm . on:' the  Amazon erow to a length-oi' 35 leet  though the "stem reaches but*:15.  Miller's .Worm* Powders work so. effectively that no traces of worms can  be' found. The -pests pass away in  the stools without being perceptible.  Tlfpy malco an entire and clean aweep  of the ..Intestines, and nothing in the  shape of a worm can find lodgment  there when these powders are in operation. Nothing could be more thoi-  ough or desirable than their action.  patches were worn na nn ornament  tury.  the    whole    of th~  S7i!a  cen*  No matter how deep-rooted the corn  may bo, it must yield to Holloway's  Corn Ilemover If used aa directed.  CLEAN TOUR BLOOD.  i with PE-HU-N^themostfam^  oua tonic nnd blood purifier,,  |on the North American  continent.  Get a  bottle  Of    Axw   today;  and lat  tliia idaal  rhoukii'niCNiioia������  ������>In>ou ltack to  rhi������������Uhwnd������lrwnKlI������.  _      Lot PB-niI^9il'������ive  V-> yoa iu ajma-dta; nurlfy  ������nd������mr*������b-th������iUood:oor-  trvnt 1~%timnfh n������irt How*l  Troubles; atretttilieia thm  tstr-tnt: mnd ttl~~tx m\r~*. all  eat������rrbal lnfl������.mmailon.  Tbera ia health, vigor and  (vitality la PIMIU-N A.  \Cmt m TU,tl1*~   t-S-Ar^.-  * ���������     Sold Xi-tttcratUmp..  "x  PE-RONACOMPANY v  JMSLP*o!SL,Me*i!rea!  ���������MHi  Patterson, New Jersey, wa������ founded  by a'cotton mnnufacturine society in  M-lni!������rd'������ Liniment For Oist������mp������r  JmipiCricA'a  f>l������n������������r  nam  Hmnsfdtttts  . BOOK OK  r>OQ  DIBifflA.������KJ������  and  Haw ta Fe������d  Mallftfl   ~Tr*>~>  to any  Addr**a by tb*  Author  cia., inc..  II������   W������������t   Jitli    8f.,  NOW   TotM.   U.S.A.  W.    M.    U.     l*i~ I  ~**Z~~������4&4B&-ite.'3xa^^  'XJZ&gR&^s&XSNBtySs^^  sixxM^saefisiecaestasaSi  ..  r  si  *S*5S  /__  "ggE^CBESTOM. jtmwsm  \  Harrop  THE GRESTON REVIEW ;'; ,    t _ ......  .  1 the Creston Institute endorse  Issued every Friday st Crestoii, B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in ad Vance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. P. Hayrs, Editor and Owner.  *!.'*.*!���������  ORESTON. B.C.. FRIDAY DEC.   8  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  Timely Admonition  Editor Review:  Sib,���������About the time Canadian  wc men were given the right to vote  oneof our politicians is credited  with saying, "Give women a vote?  What for? Haven't we enough  ballots to count already and isn't  there enough old women ln polities?"  B.G. women have taken" their  part in both a Provincial and a  Dominion election." No doubt the  experience was sufficiently novel to  be more or'less bewildering to all  of ns, and no doubt for this reason  most women Were only too glad to  make use of the more experienced  judgment, or lack of judgment,  of the men in whom they had confidence.  Women, however*^.haye had the  franchi8e"for a sufficient length of  time to be cured of political stage-  fright, and should be showing some  evidence of exerting thatbeneficient  influence on our political life that  all honest men hoped they would  exert.  And yet at a time when it seesSs  reasonable to expect that we should  begin to realize some of the weight  of responsibility that .must "inevitably go  with   our struggle for the  right to vote, and our acceptance of  the franchise, it might  be hard for  us to   suecessfnlly   contradict* the  statement (if made} that the appar  ent result of  giving the  women of  B.C voting  powers   has   been   to  multiply by  two   the v number   of  ballots to be   printed and _,* counted  and to add afew more "old women"  to our political life.  All of which comes as a result"of  attending the last meeting of Ores  ton Womens Institute, and in lead  ing up to what I .hope will be looked upon as a kindly criticism made  because of a firm a conviction that  we as women are daily passing up  opportunities to exercise a power*  ful influence for good upon politcal  life. A criticism made in the hope  that it may help a little towards  causing a few of us assume the responsibility of using our influence  intelligently. ***���������  At the Institute meeting referred  to two items of routine business  seem to me worthy of notice. One  waa a proposal 'to purchase a few  packs of used playing cards. This  i n vol ved the expenditure of a doll ar  or two and provokfed considerable  discussion.  The other was for a request from  Institute'^asking that  and  forward to the Public Works Department a resolution calling' for  construction ana operation of a  ferry'for the acconinlodation of the  people of" H^arrop ^aqd district.  This resolution was passed without  discussion.  Now Harrop'is" "served by the  Grew boat' which1 in the morning  would transport their produce for  shipment "to Prairie points; and in  the evening to NelsoiiT The Kaslb  boat," I believe, calls at these points,'  and in addition  Harrop has   train  r  service to Nelson.  They have, however, no highroad  connection and it seems probable  that tbe chief reason for asking for  a ferry is to enable these people to  invest in Ford cars and parade their  purchases in Nelson a distance of  sixteen mil^s. ��������� ������������������ r-  The totaF assessrnent. of the district interested is about the same  as that of fhe Oreston school district and while a ferry   would heis  .i ���������  ..      _^.     yf ���������    ���������  efit these ������*sor,le ��������� so **wo*tild  X,������-.jr~IX  GRIND THEATRE  Satiif(t3]fp OECEtABER  TWO BIG STARS  Earlo WIHiflRis and  Rodolob Valnntinn  m  omance  A battle of wits iu the gay  night life of Pari*.  Larry Stnoi lit "Tftt Hlel"  boat service ,to Sirdar benefit *the  residents of West Creston during  high -water.  Now a ferry at Harrop would  probably cost $10,000.00, and its  operation would cost probably  ^3jb0G.O6 per year. Extending operation costs over a five year period  means that the resolution passed  by our Institute without discussion  called for . an expenditure of  l'2o^dOi;0Q.'   ���������     "'    v>-.'  .tx~ other words the Womens Iti-  stitute that gave serious thought  to the purchase of six packs of  playing cards, worth 8as.^Cdollar  and eighty cents, did not hesitate  to use their influence , as voters to  request the Government to undertake the expenditure of ������25,000.00  and made the request without one  single enquiry as to whether the  expenditure was necessary or wise.  We used to *- marvel how foolish  men were in political matters but  I do not believe any body of men  would have been guilty of letting  such a resolution get hy without  knowing all the facts, unless it  might be a partisan association  who would gfoss the matter along  figuring it was just one more item  of worry for our friends "the opposition. **,-'' _-. '    ���������  W   *i'*  Now the Womens Institute is  non partisan, and I am quite certain that the Creston branch is a  representative body of women voters well above the average in intelligence, and in addition have,  just as much sense of political responsibility as the average body of  women voters.  When a body such as *this''Con-  siders the purchase of a'few second  hand "cards of tnore " importance  than a resolution to be forwarded^  to the Ministen of Public Works  what answer can 'we" give wheii  asked to justify our acceptance of  tne franchise. N   r  So far as. the Harrrp resolution  is concerned the point is not  whether there should or should-not  h&'fs. ferry, but is that the facts  Were not put beforo the meeting  for discussiou. ,  The Institute should discuss such  mutters and should forward intell  igently considered resolutions to  the Department, and 'having forwarded them should demand information as to what consideration  such resolutions received or,'better  ���������till, should demand that the Mem-  hear for the Kidin-g ace that th\&  consideration be given the requests  of his constituenta  ���������Justin thi* oonnn*<������iction' I ft?m'"r-6''  mind-ad of a resolution which was  tMMsed hy the Institute last spring  asking: that no liquor store Ik>  opened at Crouton. Surely '%  righteous nsqmml to make to fcho  Government.  Colonel Frecl Lister, M.P.P. for  the district, however, thinks so  little '������1T Lhe rea-ohibiniin oF Iiim worn*  en constituents that-he freely advocates theopeniag of s liquor etore  here; not otdy'that,. but during the  present .session on the floor of the  house advocated the free sales of  beer and light wines by1 the glass,  which- ih other words simply means  t he .return, to the open bar.  Possibly incidents such as oceur-  <ed-at the recent meeting "'of the Institute** give Colonel Lister good  reason "to think very little of resold  utions passed by bodies, pf women  voters.  Surety if Institute resolutions  aire td mean anything to" anyosi**?,.  or if they mean anything to the  women themselves, the Institute  should have passed a resolution  severely oenstmng C6lorfel Lister  for misa'epresenting the wishes of  his constituents. -  Possibly the majority of us take  so little interest in our hew pulit-  ical respoKsibiHties- that we don't  even know - that the speech was  made,-and this is the most serious  aspect of the situation,  v If women value the franchise so  highly, and carry the "burden of  political responsibility, so easily,  that they, arie simply going to tag  along -with husbands or brothers',  and make \ovtt duplicate ballots,  why not ask-to ne relieved of even  this much useless bother and find  some means of giving back our  right to vote, which we value so  highly.  Better still,- infinitely beteere let  us waken up to the_ fact that we  are being discredited as electors by  ou r actions and ? lack of action.  Let usLrealize in the fullest meafe  ure our responsibility tisin'telligent-  \\r nn-d������i*stj*atsd^and our power to  influence legislation. Needless to  say when the awakening comes our  power and influence will always be  For rigW " OBSERVER.  JL ITIITIXC  "1,2.  consists   m   spending less  than  .   you ^arn.    *.  If by careful economy you can.  save motieyj*" you. nave taken a  long step toward contentment*  * f We pay interest on Savings bal*  ances and shall, welcome your  account. &a  't^  THE CANADIAN BANK  d*\T?  *-vv* a* ar^rr~u^ry  il  H'm  PAID-UP CAPITAL  RESERVE FUND  ;    JCREST0N  ^        315.000,000  .        $15/KMMKJ0  C G. Bennett', Manager.  "  T<*  TtTR-NiPS���������Field turnips^ $15 a tan.  P. B, Pearce. .y Z  ZZ z  ,FobSal*s���������Baby carriage, good as  new, English pram, type, $18. ��������� Enquire Review Office.  ���������    ' j         '  Am tHHrsdMsffl  Shoe &saei fflame&s  " Men's  Half Sol^s, $1.25 ,  Women'sHalf Soles,$1.00  ���������>' ' '    i  Guaranteed f-Qr 6 months.  Secondhand Store in connection  /   with business  Hot Air.  ^t@*El!fi  .  .and-- v ;':--; *  Hot Water  laating  Sheet Metal Wdrkj.    A good stockpf Pipe  and Pipe Fittings oo haad.  EW, RYC^MAMi--Creston  ~r*BuIigiin������g&  ior Winter  ���������*S'-  We have just ^he? kipS'':0^'*l^^^-b^������----j:oQ' n^^  ,-,  -Ji'4.l3.xJ,rM,r,  Protect your house from Fire by  building a Brick Chitjiney  ������������������.-���������������������������m.y   We have the BncWi .���������'  Also Lime. Cement. Shingle*^ Lmths Mouldings, t&c.  ���������4.1-  Canyon Cily Lumher Company  LIMITED  %  , - , "      v. V ,, **��������� .-.. ^      ,.      . ��������� ,00-, ,;..-.: x..,   ,'.*-..���������'    tp;.-.:~_.    -j,*-..  A shipment of Jaegar All-Wool Goods from England  m  m  Boys' Goat Sweaters^size'26, 3.00; size 28, 3t2 5; size 30, $3. SO  Children's Sweaters  Size 20, in white, saxe and navy. ;..$1,*50  Size 221, in saxe, navy ancf br<>wn ;1.75  Size 2|4, in brown, navy and saxe  2.00  Siz6 20, navy and brown   2.25  Size 28, navy and browit:...; :  2.50  Size 30, navy and brown.......  2/75  Size 32i navy and brown^. ^ -3.00  Men's Sweaters .-ancl Sox  ..    ,* - .--..:.   .4-    .  ��������� ,.v F   v-.    .... ,  .  Men's Sweater Goatskin vgrey istrid  'heather.:......:..;....���������:..!S;;,;..j;J0.]0.P. itid $ 7.50  5.oO  1.00  1{00  Men's Sleeveless Sweaters.  Men's tTeather- l^pi.'...,'.; ������������J������p*&,rjatod  Men's Btaek Gasbmere ���������,*������piB^.pc..;.-&  Men's i Black   Sox   in..-������������������'���������Silk . Embroidered  1 .."...."������-.-.' ....mv.. .,'...............'  1.25  Ladies' Hose in black, brown and heather mixture.  Ask for aii Illustrated��������� Jaeger Catalogue..apd Price List  ax  see:  Cw% wm #% ������|p* j^j I  wis t^ ,^m\ B '"B B  E'DC^A^MTll^ I  LIMITED  IMHHTTffll'  41  i\  JJ  ���������i'i X  _-.������  ^  "'������-  THE .CRESTON  REYIEW  BOAR   FOR SERVICE  ���������**������- m-~~���������,0~m~~~~~mm~~. "  Purebred Dnroc-jersey Bor if for  service. S3. G. NICKEL, tiffin  Ranch,-Creston. -  BOAR FOR SALE  -One unproved Chester White E^Sr  imported and registered, prolific, and  in jjood condition.     -$35 f.o.b. Ha  i.\ D. OGILVIE, Hurrop, B.C,  Harrop.  /  *?  **r  Is thete any  *~~������S -_~  111  4-\x~*~~~  1.1 ~--t~-  House?  This is the first question that presents itself  to the House-wife if   an  unexpected visitor drops  "In for a jaaea!.    Bss-fe wh������  ^wcJrry?     ," >.'_     **"'  ~~.hc~n~rocf~ Brand..  Hams and Macon  Finest Quality  ' Co&hed ������������&-**-  Lunch Meat  Bologna? &c.  ~.t>~i  always   to  he   had  " here*  "In -meats -nothing  qiiite equals^ 'Shamrock*  prodacts^-  '"-.   .���������*���������-*.;--���������">   ;���������?���������  Taylpr.Harassan  Address Growers  _- -|Con tinned from Page 1  Pealing with the'- remedies for the  situation he advocated control in the  orchards. The - grower ns -the -best  judge of when to pick his own fruit,"  but h& should not haul his fruit to the  packing shed as soon as picked, bnt  use common ������en������ie, allow one "variety  to be cleaned up before taking thfe  "nest variety to the packing house,  and so avoid congestion. The Dominion fruit  inspectors   on   the   prairie  BnAAIAI I -W    A*mI v. r.mf-tj^*^  ~t^J^5^A>R*~~-M.~*J    *-*������ *VK.itSCML������  ini* ��������� *���������->%-���������*��������� **> #w   *^-f0  t&r%x  P  &QQ., Lid.  ~\~~~~~-rS  Spiopsls ������f  VM������t   KflBSH&lIiSBlfS  Minimum brio* erf nrat-class land  reduced to 96 aa acre; seco-Rd-elasa tc  38.S0* an acre. . y .  Ppe-emption now confined to ������ur-  veyed lands only.  ^ Records will be granted covering:only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which Is non -timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more-than fourmay  fz*ga*fm\..:tos.-- adjacent ���������,*p?er������m*R&Uuur -  .with joint -residence^but each maklnc  neceesaigr improvement* on respective'  clata-no.  . ?:���������&'   *  ��������� Fre-emptora must occupy claims for  nve years and make*linpjaavemente to  value of *t0 per aerfe ln&aatng clearing and cultivation of-ft"t leapt 6 acres. -  before. recelVm������ &own Grant.  many varieties at once. Late summer,  fall and winter varieties are conflicting irf some cases. The provision of  storage facilities was also declared to  be absolutely essential .in order to  spread the apple -season over a longer  , eriod and to avoid the rush of the  present short season. ' A.so the building of Jt>y-yroduct plants for the production of apple rings, etc., to supply  the Old Country trade. Figures were  quoted showing the huge proportions  of this trade between the U.S. and  Qseat Britain. There was no reason  wity much or this trade should not be  captured by Canada. 'Preferential  tariff rates could be obtained on these  products, they not being of a perishable nature.  -Gen. Harrnan advocated central  control of distribution for all B.C.  fruit.. For the eqport market "-WO must  make our main  feature   the fact that  een Spratt,  Dorothea Spratt,   Arthur  Webster, Gwendoline Websfer.  Ditssios IV,���������Miss Moore. Teacher.  * Highest standing: Junior Second  Reader���������Beth. West, Hilda. Payne.  Jayce Burkhart. First Reader���������Leila  Foreman, Lillian Treyelyan, Eton-did  Gibbs. Second Primer ��������� Dorothy  Dunn. Mary Maioe, Hubert West.  Perfect Attendance���������Billy Bayle,  Lynn Beazer, Harold Beninger, Eric  Bemiett, Joyce Burkhai-t, Earl Christie, Irwin Crostfawait, Frank Morrow,  ���������IbLilda Payrt"e, Arthur Cromack, Ronald Gibbs. Thojma Hayden-, Joan Hilton-, Sally- Johnson, Marjorie "Lear-  jorie    Leai-mouth,      Frances    Lewi^  iTAl-iWIoAM    Muttiei/tri Tast****       1-fciT-i j-eVi  a&.UK tfiaS53r������n.  -*i*������*������ ������������hwui       a#vE������������      ������y* 2.\~.~~~  abeile Webb."Jack ONeilS.  >el,  X *x--l' .: A! ix       I. ���������  i/un  Miuiu -.to-  pro^j uCu  pre-  9BBi .������ mt 0t 000. vrt  Districts must retain their  thus  Division V;���������Miss Creighton.Teachei-%  Highest standing: A Class First  Primer���������-Margaret Blinco, Andrew-  Miller. ' Herbert, Couling. B Class  First Primer���������Mabel Johnson, Lucille  Bloor, Mary Bennett and Hubert  Benirijger." Receiving ��������� Class���������Allen  Staples, Sidney Huddle, Mead Beazer.  Peifect Attendance���������Mary Bennett,  Hubert Beninger, Meade Beazer,  Margaret Blinco, Leah Cannady,  Thomas   Crawford, Herbert Couling, I  Herbert Dodd, Charlie Faas, Florence ���������  ���������  Faas Sidney Fisher, Jack * Gibbs,  Charlie y Huddle, Sydney Huddle,  Mable Johnson, Jack. Johnston*,. Jan?es  Johnstqu Lilian McMillan. Andrew  Miiler,'Roland Miller, Lloyd OIsen9  Shirley Olson, Lily "White, Frances  Lewis, Douglas Spiers.  /���������  Farm Sale Notes  What do yon Intend to do with your sale  notes? Bring them to this Bank for discount  or safe keeping:, ifoia will find prompt, courteous and complete franking service at ������nr  nearest branch*  S71  IMPERIAL   BANK  C.  W. ALLAN,  CRBSEQN BRANCH,  J&oosgar.  ������Ll_-~i  ESB  *--  u  WHere jtte-enaptor In occupation -aot  i S y  ess than S years, and- haa, -made proportionate imp'rov-gownta;- he may, because'of Ill-health, or other cause, be  granted Intermediate certificate of Improvement and transfer his claim. .,.**. ���������_  "-: Recoirtle without permanent real--'  dence may be Issued, provided applicant makes Improvements to extent of  ssusl-per annum and records same each  year. 'Failure to make Improvemetani  or> record name will operate aa. forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  le.3B-Ah5Li1 & years, and lmproyementa  of flO.OO per acre.-Including fi acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  nf at least 2 years are required. ^ .  s JPre-emptor holding Crown tfrant  may: record another pre-emption. If he  requires land in coifiunetlon with hla  farm, -without actual occupation, pro-'  vlded ototutory flmprovementB made  and. residence maintained on "Grown  erranted land.  unovu-veyed areas, ^ not ezeeedlna 20  acres, may be leased aa homealteo:  title to b* obtained after fuMlHnar real"  aentlal and improvement conditions.  Wot ������rasina; and Industrial purposes  areas   ���������atceedln*   040        -   *^^"  leased bj���������  Columbia, and to  this extent be  pared to sink local names.  For our homes market it would not  be fair to expect districts������such as the  Kootenay to have their apples go on  the market labelled "Okanagan," The  Okanagan is not the only district that  Atvxv* <m**AC������ dVtf-u-u?  'a'annl-O'C:  -   rT,'K*a  44 t*tt-*i-������*iim2,*T  x-Smm.    0m mr ..     0~xr^   -.gr-r-x���������. ~. .00,   m-m���������xr xrx...x. j  "Baxter" was scaling any-Where from  iQc*Ttlo 2Qe. snore -4<han  Mcintosh.  individuality and  thus foster healthy  competition in raising the quality of  the British Columbia apple.  There are at present no less than 33  regular shipping houses in B.C.    Add  to   this   the   very   large   number   of  gl*owei������ sMpping on their own, and I  can it be wondered  at that the very  existence off the B.C. apple  grower, is  ni"*w*- in jeopardy.     The  remecay  lies  with the grower.    "Will he co operate ;  not halfrbe^^teply, but whole hearted-  ly?     Witt" he cease to believe that his  whole doty to  in,an   "has been  done  when he has endeavored to-do tho best*^.  Iby biinsetf regardless   of   his   neighbors?   -Or will he at   last recognize*  that a'fair living for ail can only be  brought about by a true spirit of co  operation, with equal regard for his  neighbor and himself.../The course for  the future is cleat*���������we  must cut but  disloyalty to our association,  and selfishness to our fellow growers.   If tikis  canndV be  done, sooner or later the  majority must go under.  2?6*a ��������� ~-j~i~~~-  hens, also a  J. ,W. Vaness  few   White,  . Cfreston.  Leghorns.  For Same���������Set light wagois springs,  1500 . lbs.,     neyer    bepn    used,"   $12.  Arthur Collis, Creston. ... '**    -\  ...-..-..-.  -:py -       --xf   :     '���������   y . ":--    ���������  FobSale���������Ford power plant, suitable for wood saw, sefc up ready fop  use.    Enquire Lidgate Bros;    -  Fob Sax,js���������Crochet work, itscludin-g  centrepieces, scarves, etc. ' Can be had  Uny time.    Mrs. T. 51.-Edmondson.  Fob- SjLLXi*���������Qt.)*iA eating% potatoes,  $1.60 per 100 lbs., delivered at Creston.  Also cabbage and" some* beet root at 2  cents per lb-   "R.aiStew,artvCrest6n.  -To keep the wheels moving I am going to  gijse you a chance to  Q^iffn iliirimf nn Viiiir difsrhSilE  uitio iwiuiiDf mi niyi ywoiiioui  m wiu give you **//$ orr on. au weorx a&ne  between now and end of ihe year, and  guarantee our workmanship���������which everyone knows to be the best in the.V&iiey^  T have a large^^ shipment-of l?ires on the road  -which will be here in a, few days  Goodyear and Gutia Peren& fmm$Bm 00 it* $B������ 00 each  ' p ~        i -'-* l-"-   '   ���������'*.���������'������������������������������������"���������'.'"���������'���������.y." .    "���������'.-'.'..      ���������  ���������" "  When purchasing yonr hubby a Christmas Oilt  %   think of something for the tax  - ��������� ' "        ���������  "    "   '"������������������y^"- ZZ-.ZyP   , .* yy ��������� ".;'���������;���������.   ;,:.  Horn, M^t^Tm Meier, Set sf Spark Pksgs  Tube, Flashlight  and many other things tha&iftre sure to "be appreciated.  * > '---*���������** ��������� -*-. -������������������;'������������������ -   ��������� "."*���������  B, S. BEVAN, ^Proprietor  acres  may be  ���������^5?d bysone peraon or company.  .1 M^> /llctory or Industrlaf aliea on  timber jand not esceedlna 40 acraa  may be purchased j conditions include  payment of etumpaso. .  k������ StVJft1 hwr ������������������������������������������w������ ^^ Sriacceaelble  by 5?.l8t,n������ ������"oado may be purchased  conditional upon conetructlon of a road  to thorn, nebate of one-half of coat of  road, not exeeedlnar " " "  price, Ib made.  November Report  Creston's School  ���������sfe  fr, *.i* -   . ��������� -JJT~-  Xx'nil-     . 0    "iv     ri  ." >'-  "~  Printed Batter Wraps  ,/���������  tSSm ~m Ban  S ^M? *      B' ^������ *^B^    ������7   H ^s^mtmV   TSAjf^tW  -*>  half of purcliase,  QRANTO  PRE-EMPTORS'      FRHE  m ACT.  The Koope of this Aot la enlarged to  include ail persona Jolnlne and aerv-  in������ -with Hfa MaS-tsly'm levees. The  time within wMch the hairs or devlAea  of a4* deo������aae(iKt>r*-tfniptor may apply  &������J*S!l 5Jn3lor tM1 Aot I-TeKteniied  from for one year from the death of  such person, aa formerly, until one  KHmm "iST.th<J *?">nolua!on of the present  TJSl' xt?*1*" VitiyiitK-* la also made -,.  No fees relatina tc? pre-emptlona arc  due or payable ly aoldlera on pre"  emutione recorded after Juno Xt, hit  -.rr2viJ?,on f1rJwtum of -moners ac-  a, r~li. on account of payments, feci  or twtea pn noldlera* pre-emptloiia.  XiE&ftJSP ,otB &*** ^ ������������������������������bera c?  Allied "IVMccea. or dependents, acquired  dlreot.o* indireot, ramltted frfm *n-  llatment to.March M. 1010.  SUM. PURCHASER  -^ LAND  Provision    made .for  OP  CROWN  laauanea  Crown franta to  aub-purchaeera  oi  Crovm Lands. acquTflnV fihta "from  nurchnaers who relied to complete  burchaaa,^Involving: forfeit-ore, on fttl-*-  nllen-itnt'of co-nftltltsna oJ Bisroin'������������i& in.  .tercet and taxes. Wheraaub-purohaa.  t.ra do ns>t claim vrhoTe of original par-  St1, RV^^"? *enoeilue*nd taxae nmj  be   dlutrlbuied    proportionately   over  jaWAJCINO. ������  Onuilnar Act,  development  video ror mraslns aintrsctta and' rune-  adminiatrttlon under ComnaUwioner.  AnnuaJ  g-malnr rwrnlta Iwiued  baned  A-.*-.   -rt*\.^0.*lt,^0xm   0.4.0. 004.-* .    m.mt.r.m't-* t...   4* , ... ,  .    .  ^^  ��������������� ...is,..���������������T,.,.!l���������v3, E..j,,4lSl 0*J0 *t~.XXX~f  abed tOtsntitsru. B fork-own ������r������ may  forta AwsoclatlonB. for ranate mantiffe-  ment. Free, or partkally free. pemiltM  Dor eettlera. oampera or travellem.  to ten bead.  ***! .A**1**/   1or  . ������yat*������matic  of Iflreatocbr induatry pro-  ug������  Division I������-��������� G. P. Smith, Principal.  Highest Btanding*: Entrance-������-  Marguieritff'Bennev, GcorRO, Winch.  Fourth Reader���������Eileen,^Hendy, Ed-  ,-ward Bu~h, "Charles CotterilK  Perfect attendance���������Nadine ^Bell.  Edward Bush, Lloyd Couling, CharteB  Cotterill, Harvey Gobbett, James  IiOamyrrI-Ielp;a Nelson, Elmer Olaon,  Ethel Feaim, Mabel West, Al later  Ross, Keith Lidgate, Joyce Moore,  Delvin ~?nyj.e. Albert 8her*\voodi  George Winch Harry Webster.  y -���������*-*,  Djvibion II.���������Mies Vickore, Teacher.  Highest atanding: Seis16r-TI������|rd-rr  William Bush, Clarence tStaptoK,  Malio Celli. Junior Third���������Edith  Wilson. Dorothy Mold, Fred Christie.  Perfect Attendance���������William lluab  Fred Christie, Marlon OoIHb, Norman  FlnlayBon, Alex. Hendei-son, Jessie  Lonrmouth, Charlio Moore, Marion  McDonald, ISrvtn Olaen. Verne Olsen���������  Dorothy Ryckman, Harold Speers,  Clarence Staples. "Margaret Walker,  Edith Webb, Edith Wilson, Lily Wilson.  Davisfow 3IL���������Misa W������w3e������ .TeacSaer. ���������  Higheat etaticling : A OlasB���������IdLtira  Holme. Randall Payner. Alice Kfok-  MDWin. B Class���������Mnry Gopdwln, Dorothea Spratt, Gwendoline Webafcer.  Porfeot Attendance���������Lotty OouKng-,  Frank Crawford, Catherine Embree,  Macy Goodwin, Jean. HenderBon,  Laura rJolemos, Ada -JbowW, Edith  Lewis. Ethel Lewis, Madeline Moore,  J������i������.an McCraatb, Eric Nelaon^ Handell  Payne, Alice Hyokinan, Lila Byo'k-  mHn, Elaie  8pi(^ru, Betty  Speers, Ail-  Sa  v sr Zw  Jackie Coogan  *M2J*J**S3jtJ*JJ|  in **My Boy/' at the Grand, Dec.  16  ag-iiiiiPmiWBWBWWW Tomatoes Ripen In North Country  A Prosperous  Nation  Dr.  ^c(iu0s  Berflllon, 'the -French  .������������������statistifcian^^ age of  0ven.fZpnoZy^Z- *'-;     :���������..-.:,r-ZZ "  During tlie first five months of this  year 3,925 Jewish immigrants entered  Palestine. K ������  Three hundred dollars was paid lor  a Swiss 4cjjtamp, Geneva 1849,* at an  auction sale" of postage stamps in "London recently.  The  Marquis of Crewe    has    been  appointed  ambassador to  France    "in  succession  to Baron Hardinge,    who,  is retinnng  from the diplomatic service.  Crown "Prince Abdul Medjid Effendi"  cousin of Sultan. Mohammed "VI, was  elecL&d- caliph by the great national  assembly oi" Turkey and inducted in-'  to ofllce at Topacou palace.  ���������*  A storehouse has been established  in Zurich where bananas from the  "Dutch Indies via "Rotterdam' ami the  Rhine are kept in gas-heated rooms  and ripened.''  Averaging a speed of 150 miles an  hour for the 250 miles' flight, a 10-  seater air express' flew from Paris to  Loudon iu .one hour I'or iy minutes, a  x'ecord- for that size of machine.  Two motor-driven ore carriers, each  ot" 20,000 tons and measuring'5<>0 feef  iu length audi 72 feet in width, are under construction in German shipyards  at Hamburg for''the Bethlehem Steel  aer 'Companyi The boats will . ply between Chile and  the United Slates.  Farmer Secures One Thousand Pounds  Of Ripe Tomatoes Its*; Peace  River  Country  Just north of Peace River, which is  550 -miles  north   of   the   International  Boundary,  a   farmer,     Pendell    "Bush,  ripened   1,000   pounds   of tomatoes   of  the best quality this season.      At Fort  Vermilion,   100   miles    far thei*   south.  Usinatoes, cucumbers,    pumpkins    and  musk melons were matured...   "Wheat  is stated to be "Number One Hard, as  usual,"   and   the   hay   crop   abundant.  Settlement of  tlie   Peace River  country is continuing at a healthy rale and  this year mo re than 1,300 settlers have  secured     farms    in   Northern Alberta  through homesteading.  Fletcher's Castoria is strictly a remedy for Infants and Children.; -  " Foods are specially prepared for babies. A baby?s medicine  r" is even more essential for Baby. Remedies primarily prepared  ' for grown-ups are not interchangeable. ��������� It wasrjflie need of  -? s. remedy for the common, ailments. of Infants and CbUdrea  .N .that brought Castoria before the public after years-of research,  ;* and-no claim has been made for it that its ttse for over 3������  years has not proven.*'' ���������, ~.~   ~   .  What is  CASTORIA?-  Castoria is a harmless substitute for Cantor OH, Paregoric,  Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is ^pleasant. It contains  ���������neither Opium, Slorphine nor other narcotic substance. Its  age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has  been in constant use for the relief j>f Constipation, Flatulency,  Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; "allaying Feverishncss arising  therefromj ~m.*%. by regulating *he Stomach" and Bowels, aids  the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.  The Children's Comfort���������The Mother's Friend. ;  GENUINE  CASTORIA   ALWAYS    *"_ - M  Bears the Signature of  ���������*  Future Well-Being of the Dominion is  Assured  ���������The*-truth.'is.that Canada is a cozy  corner of the world. We have' our  problems, and they" are notjight,  "but, compared with the difficulties of  other nations,������they are as-.noth.ing. In  the light ol' the "achievements of the  past eight years, they cannot ..impose  fear. '"'''.  All thai we require is reasonable  'saniry. It" we can but* guard-against  the intoxication which threatened lis  with wreckage,, in pre-war days, can  adhere -to* realities and cut our financial coal to suit our financial cloth,  our future prosperity is assured.���������Ottawa Journal.""  GUARD THE CHILDREN  FROM AUTOMN COLDS  In Use For Over 30 Years  THK CXNTA.UR COM MHv' NEW YORK C1TV r   CANADIAN PACIFIC  Never varies���������Always the same  fine flavor  and  freshness of taste���������-  Do you wonder so many people use it?  The Fall is^lhe most severe season  of the year for colds���������one day warm,  the next eold and wet, and unless the  mother is on her guard, the little ones  are ^seized With colds that may hang  on-alL winter.     -Baby's  Own  Tablets  are mother's-best friend in preventing  or  banishing  colds.      They  act  as a  gentle laxative, keeping    the-   bowels  and stomach free and sweet.      An occasional dose of the Tablets wilt prevent colds, or if it does come on suddenly their prompt use will relieve the  baby.- .   The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by Euail'*at 25 cents a  box from The Dr. "Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  EXCURSION TO  EASTERN CANADA  Head-Scratchirig-a   Riddl-s  Phrenologists     have     never     satisfactorily     accounted"    for-   the     fact  that    when    a    man    is    puzzled    h������  scratches, his head.  IS H������������  21-  UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you  are not getting Aspirin at all  i\~  Grows Figs In  Ontario    _  HamHton-   Man.   Says    Figs    Can    Be  Grown for Commercial Purposes  In Canada  "Upon  results   which   have  attended  his-efforts in the past two j-ears, John  Fleet,  of Hamilton, has  come to  the  conclusion    that    figs   can  be  gi-own.  for   commercial   purposes   in   Canada.  'Air. Flett, a well-lc.noSvn organizer for  the  American Federation    ot  "Labor.  has    grown-- a    second crop of figs to  support his claim.  "Dxiring the war  tree antl gave it- no  By last year the  seven feet in height  peck or iigs/' he says. ."The figs  were larger than any 1 have^seen Jn  1he United states, even the most  southern parts, and they were per-  lecl. ,tor domestic purposes."  Th6 Canadian Pacific Railway are  offering"a' real travel inducement in  their, round-trip excursion, fares tb  Eastern Canada, which will be on sale  December 1st-* and'.daily until January  '5,   1923.  -;������������������"*,;���������   y-.r.'Zy-.'ri'?':-.      i~-:.ir'Zy."Z  These fares will -apply from'.".all stii-  tions in Manitoba (Winnipeg and  West), Saskatchewan and Alberta to  afl Eastern Canadian points, and bear  a;; final return limit ot" three months.  Tickets will be first-class and good"in  standard or tourist sleeping cars on  payment of the regular berth charge.  .Two -fine Canadian Pacific trains  leave Winnipeg for the,East daily, the  "Imperial" at 9.00, am. for -Ottawa,  Montreal. Quebec ^.and points in" tlie  Maritime provinces, the "Toronto Express" at 9.00 p.m. for Toronto. Hamilton, London"und all central and-Western Ontario points.���������<Advt. It.23  As a vermicide an excellent preparation is Mother Graves'.."Worm Exter-  jninkt-or. 'It has saved the-lives of  countless children"..      ' Z. ���������'  Hammocks  ai*e supposed    to    have  received;    their    name    from thefact-  that Che natives of'.Brazil    used    th������  bar"k  of the hamack tree  for-nets ia  which to sleep.1, y- -  '''���������������������������������  mm^Mimm  mmMfflmm  I   planted a fig.  more    attention.  tree was  six  or  and    yielded "a  i1..H0'x.x..,xa* .t������x..~x.+****x..* +..x~x.-*������.-*0.*-*-x*+aa*i  STOMACH MISERY,  It.   is    said    that -the name, horse  chestnut,    was    derived from the fact  that when the leaves of the tree fall  there is a scar left on .the twig in#the  shape of a horseshoe that hears marks  resembling the nails of a shoe.  1  F  GAS, INDIGESTION  x.**-  4tape's Diapepsin''' Corrects   ;  Sour, Upset Stomachs  at Oiice  *x+.xt.*v...xx. ,,..,.xx,������t+..~. XV........*.X+XX*t-0  "Tape's Diapepsin" ia the quickest-,  surest relief for Indigestion, gases,  flatulence, heartburn, aournei3s, for-  men'tntion or stomach (llKtresfl catm'nd  by acidity, a few tablets ������tve almost  immediate stomach I'eltei1.. Correct  your stomach und digestion now 'for a  few cents, DrugKlHlB sell millions of  pno'lcngeH.  For One Dollar:  Accept oniy an "unbroken package", of "Buyer Tablets of  ffVspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by  physicians during 22  years and   proved safe by millions for  Colds Headache Rticumalism  Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis  v-irtrho \ Mif.hi.V-'- Past's, Pain  Tlie I rouble with th<s aveii'������B������ author in that. Hi>m������ other fellow nub-  UrtheH hln ideas before he has lime to  think of them.  $.lmi>lo and Sure.���������"Dr. Thoiniis' Mc-  UMstrle t)ll i������ so simple In application  that a ehlhl eitir understand the in-  KtrnetionH. Vntn\ ri������ a ]|nlm���������nt the.  only direction is to rub, nml when  MMed ioi n dreHHfiiK 1o apply. The  diri'etlonN are ho plain and un.mlntalc-  .-.bU thai thay n\*, rowdily- underutootl  by youni; or old.  MinarU't} LlrvSmcnt For Colds, Etc.  A G i 11 e 11 e' shave is now everybody's for  a dollar ��������� within the reach of all. Nothing  stands between you and a genuine Gilletter  The Glljette Brownie Razor and  3 xicmiuiii������ ^LulA.-DkifijL������ BIciCrCS. xobt ' **������pl'*������OQ  That is the offer of every general, hardJw������ref druc *nd  jewellery ������tore throughout Canada  Gillette Brownie  J-^-'.r.o-t' i*.~-K\ bl^es* ~~ts**.*~'* *������*^-H gnflki'a.intftfttl ������r*ftnii.*i*ne  by Gillette Safety Razor Co.,* of Canada.,, limited  ���������*���������*-���������  mmm ��������� ������ '������"  -J  WKl~W~WI~~~WM~~W-WS~~ r������*~  Iff  If"-���������:-'Z  Xzzr  'L~?v:-^j?JSrr.yjjyy:-y  y~y?j.:  mm^msi&w^^  ,0.4.  '���������?���������:  -y--Lp-y;y-y:-.-, \y-^  i:.Zy  ���������yy-  ������������������-''. Z-LL"  '���������:.-:.-���������.--.'.-z~ri-  '--r&LJjy  ':?r}::*Z*  |iipi  Federal Inquiry  '_r    ~;- -~>--mr<~    r      ~r        ~* mmm_, ~.^_    ^r  ~~~=zl  nto  WESTERN  EDITORS  -^o  HUSBAND DIDNT DARE  i  ~-i  - \  Villi ���������  HEART WAS SO BAD  Calgary.���������Demands that the Federal ParliamenS, at the next session, in-  j btitute a sea telling public inquiry into  ithe basis, function and control of the  " Those, feelings of laintness, Jthose  SSazy spells, the all-gone sinking ben- ���������  Rations -which come on ironr time io  time indicate ' ~. -weakened condition  of the heart and a disordei-ed state ol  thejaerves.  "    MILBUR^S ~  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  bave no equal as a rerne<ly to strengthen., the heart, invigoiate the nerves  and "build up the runjdo-wn system.  Mrs.  C.   Vanhorn,    Eckville,   .Alta.,  -writes:���������"About     a    year ago  I   had  Iteart --trouble.       "My   husband   didn't  #are leave me alone, and often had to  stay up at night, -with me.      I would  juse-feel k~~~~~. ot, taint and m\   heart  ���������would seem lo stop beating     I vrould  just   taint   a^vay,- sis.fi   it"'ttiOisU1   smiie-  tlmes he an hour he tore :tfiey    could  bring: nie back fo lite.* Someone ,toid  H-e about"-!Vlilbumfs Heart-and r*Cer*e  Fills..   1 got three boxes; 1 te>ok_thenr  and I'elt much ' belter," so    continued  all Winter, "and now I never le<-l  any  such faintness.    I surely do appj<*-ciale  the good they have (Iotte_-for me."  -    Price 50c a box at    all    dealers    or  mailed    direct   on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co. .Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  Miraculous Escape of Baby  London.���������..The "18-months-old bab\.  ���������which -was swept through nearly hall'  a mile of a Croydon sewer; js recovering quickly in hospital, and any danger of "sepnc pneumonia is now passed.  MOTHER!  : financial credi-l system,"and the relation of credit to produlcion and dis-  ; U'ibution, were embodied in a resolu-  j tion -unanimously endorsed .at the annual convention of the East and West  Calgary U.F.A.-  The resolulion further asked that*  whatever amendments are_ made' to  the Canada- Bank, Act, the act should:  be lelt open tor further revision,, as,  it was -pointed outr the bankers had  engaged the most competent legal talent to present their case, whereas 1he  farmers practically were unprepared.  That -_ the inquiry proposed be held  publicly was another-demand.  "DcNuunciaEioii of - ihe - liquor squad  enforcing the Alberta Liquoi\Act Ta^  voiced. bv~ I rrieana local, which demanded that the squad be abolished  or" made effective.  The convention refused to take a  stand"upon the agitation to -have the  Bible read . in Alberta schools, although H. -\V. Wood and several  delegates commented favorably otr the  proposal.  '*The plank of democracy is bearing  the fruit of autocracy/' said President  ������ Wood in au address 'to 1hev delegates.  "You haye democratic machinery at  the bottom, with autocratic teirflencies  at the top. The result -is a conflict  in. the "C.F.A. movement, _for you claim  the inalienable right to carry on your  &i~*n. democracy,  while    your   - electec"f  6X1 ������  Harmgton Issues  arikg Ta Turks  To Keep The Peace  Mrs. Annie- H. Berrett, Editor and  Proprietor oi Tiie Echo, _ Finch^r  Creekr" Alberta.  Constantinople.���������Lieut.-Gen.  Haring-  ton, commander of the Allied forces  here, lias issued  a stern -warning to  the Kemalists that any    further    en-  croachmenls      upon      Constantinople  would be "at-their peril.      Addressing  a  large  gathering  assembled  to  wit-  ness__ boxing    bouts between British  soldiers and sailors at the auditorium  of therBritisir headquarters, he declar-.  ed that-the Allied forces in ConstaiT  tinople were a rock marked --dangerous,^ upon which the    Tuvks    would  wieclt themselves if they persisted in-  trying the patience of the Allies.  "The Allies are very conciliatory,  very, patient," he said. "They have  exercised great forbearance and restraint. Our ministers have gone to  Lausanne - with    the    same spirit ot  j- fmmm    ���������itZrrt.   t-~.~~r.-m Z m m    m. *.   * ��������� _, ^ mmm^JJ JSf-   S ���������.   ��������� ��������� fm  \~,rJ������X*~+x.rM.*alx.a,VA*9 j u.o t*y2 fc 1*jjLix. -LtLa-i *~~\&������>r_*  They ^are, however, human aud there  is  a, limit  to human nature.      Those  BARELY LIVED THROUGH IT  A terrible 'e-snerJence had Edw. J.  O'Connor, of Sault Ste Marie. From  boyhood he writes: "T have been'" a  constant sufferer-from Asthma and  CataErh. My nose and throat was often stopped up, and I had disagreeable  droppings from my throat. When an  attack of coughing came on, it seemed  as'If I would barely live through it.  1^ would gasp for breath. Catarrhozone made me well. Its soothing  healing action was exactly suited ~_to  my case."' To those who suffer, from  Catarrh, Asthma, Throat Irritation  and Bronchitis, Catarrhozone is highly  recommended. . Two .months7 treat-  -men.t one dollar, smaller sizes 25c and  50c at all dealers or The Catarrhozone  Co., Montreal.  Sciatiea's Fain Relieved  Quickly By Nerviline I \.  WjTt.0   ������<ry   * G  ������r.i.C-������&0.   uuai   ~xtAAi.xi   fLKieLy  fire.      They would be well advised by  the referee to break away."  It is tinders tood~ that the decision of  the   national   assembly   at   Angora  to  enlace Kafet Pasha as  military gov-  1 ernor at Constantinople was taken for  !l tx���������rxrx        x. ~rx ^.fXtrtr. 2^l������ J. iRv.ci l v.��������� r* r. .     A i-l r* X  t tii -CO JL *^r**2?tJ*tAO. *  AX*3 XXX &tr ., fti3 ^1.1*0.^  Close. Export Houses  order-in-eouncll   clos-  warehouses  of  SsiSlca.iC*h:MV5.i������   tm   Jl^p^xahtx-r     IS     "haa  been officially gazetted.      "  ^   Ottawa.���������The"  "��������� 4ff *  ing  the  export  liquor  In    bringing^ quick "relief    to    the  Sciatica  Sulferer.  the  best remedy  is  -frequent    applicatioffs    of    Nerviline. I the assembly took exception to certain  Thousand^ have proved    its    success. |,0c  Rafefs  speeches;   second,  he was  Nerviline    penetrates    deeply,    every  drop  rubs right     in.      The    initated  nerves are spothed~and tlie pain goes  away.       Wherever   Ihei'e   is   Rheuma- r Allied Generals here;  tism, "NTeurai^i������i,-LuTlTb8go or Rfuseul-ar  Pain, the quickest -relief always comes  considered as showing a too conciliatory attitude, ia his relations with the  and lastly, the  "Nrationalisis disapproved his remarks  to   lhe-effect   thar   native   Christians  ^-rmmxn   ���������,��������� fiafl JfeB CaB PMBIOle ������  =- ���������- ������������������^ ���������~���������    0  .        t~ttm^x^tattxa aewMmwa.  Seep yftralgycsCIeBB, Clear and Healtfiq^  Write for Free EyeCate Book.  no-tiMEra B������aeftrC9n9 Ea������t0B6 itntl.Gbiease  Move - Child's^ Bowels with  "California Fig Syrup"  from the use of Nerviline,  "{"3c at  all , , , , .       . -~       ,     ..-  dealei-s. -v^vouid be unwise to leave .Constantra-    " ; ople.      On the latter count, the view  j     Denver.���������Compulsory' vaccination in; in Angora is said fo be that "the more-  representatives at the iop are forming | Denver, as a preventative of smallpox. ��������� Christians leaving voluntarily the few-  political machinery.  ���������'Thus   is   iyrtufu.   a   political   party | declared in effect  1 prevalent here for several weeks, wa.s I ev there will be to expel later.-  in tlie old sense. Mith ail its accruing  evils. It will- be-impossible for this  to function, andr inevitably, division  means failure. This,-I believe, is the  crux of the whale situation upon  which your whole organization depends.'*  "Cascarets" 10c  *?���������<<* ������i  'Hurry mother! Even a sick-'child  loves the ".triiity" taste of ^'California  Fig Syrup." and it never fails to" ojien  the bowels. "A teaspoontul tcdayAaay  prevent a sick child tomorrow, lf con-  Btipatedv- bilious, feverish; fretful, has  eold, colic, -or if stomach is sour,  tongue .coated, breath bad, remember  a good cleansing of the little bo**veIs  la often ^a-M,that- is necessary.  for  tions  ages printed on bottle.    Mother!    You  must say ''California" or you may get  an Imitation fig,syrup.  Increa&e- Licsnss   Motor  Fees  ���������' Toronto.���������A, report came from the  Parliament Buildings that a levy of $1  will be placed on all motorists in addition to the regular license fee in  3 923. The dollar will bring in-a revenue of $250,000, which"will pay for carets  ������he markers and all administration ex7  penses. It is also "'understood that  the license fees imposed, on heavy  trucks will lie increased.  Best   Bowel   Laxative  When   Bilious,  Constipated "  11  t.  t  *>  I  ** ,*tt  To clean out your "bowels without  cramping or overacting, take Cas-  Sick headache, biliousness,  gases indigestion, sour, upset stomach  and all such distress gone by morning.  Nicest physic on earth for grownups  and children. 10c a box. Taste like  candy.*;- ���������-.-.*- .*���������* ���������   B.C. May Deprive Japs  Of Fishing Rights  Fedaraf Fisheries Commission Want  -Licenses to Orientals Reduced  Vancouver.���������On thousand ~ and  forty-two Japanese fishing license^  holders and their "crews "will-be deprived of the right to fish in. Britfsh  Columbia waters, if the recommendation of the Federal Fisheries Ccnnmis-.  sion to the Minister "o^, Marine and  Fisheries in Ottawa, is accepted. The  commission recommended Ihat  licenses to Orientals be reduce"*! by -10  per cent. This year licenses were issued to 2,-506 Japanese.  Negroes Warned to Leave  Athens, Ga.���������Two hundred negroes  and 50.white farmers of Oconee county  held a mass mefiting, accordtng to reports published here, a'fler notices  were posted on several negro churches  nnd lodge rooms.Sunday, wai*ning*Thc  negroes fo leave before the end of the  year. The negroes jtt tie ineeting  adopted a resolution declaring confld-  ������*nce in 1he "'liuv-ahiding white clti-  r.ens.oC our country, auQ~further, thai  we wl^l not bo driven rrorn among the  white pob-ple whom w������ k'now to be  our friends without IIrat giving them  an opportunity of protecting tis."  -"It pays 1o pntronlze homo InditBtry.  Bviy from the mftvcha'-nts'ln your, own  town.  \k-  i^i-'t0t>~im'-t*.<Z!^^yG*mm\^^  FOE RHEUMATISM  IjMinlniKO.' .Ncur������lK������o.- ������>"���������* any ������������*>i������t* i>ali������.  ������l������l>ty Mlrmrcl'B *L.inlm������ti*t ������������ ih*������ *A*i;hti>B  '*������HJt and k������'( m������������I������.*Ic itrt\i'.i, Mhu-ni *  Im tliu i-cinfily - ymir ifniiitliuofhwr un<>������t  TPhfir-n Im notlUni; It* <!������i������i������t.l H.  foci bai-13 .Evv:nvwi������r.n������  Wliy Not Give to Ysur Child  V* *m-~mm^mmm~~~~m~~w~~-~mmw~~~~~wm-^-m  Jft'    JL Jm| '^���������^ '   Jm%m   ' JBL     ������^^J*t ^m *ft*���������fl* J&'.^thi^mWk'wm QU   *������������������ ' '   JBL   ' ^m^-^r ttJ&'JSfc JL^g JSL^JmP "SbJA JBL ^Lai*-|ft ' .' ^^���������mBp'^L'Q*     ie*- *^~_~& JdL     JQJr ^mwSm   -"  It is just a& effective as ever in relieving cougha and colds,  22.21 ci "������'l^il. SiciJl���������iS^*sfi^,st:"������slac������. siiS' c*i������' most jjojjwlay  ���������I '^r '���������   .   L    ��������� *   "������������������' *        * *'���������   *.,-     J.   ���������"������������������  of cough medicines.  Colds and Bronchitis  Mrs. Chris Drcsacr, Bayfield* Ont, write*:  "W������ have used Dr, Chate's Linseed and  Turpentine in our household for tome time,  and have always received -good results, 1  -have used it for my children as-well as for  jrrys'clf for cold* and bronchitis, and we find  it 8iv<������ immedtate relief. Three bottles of this  medicine once relieved me of an obstinate  cold when doctor's -medicinei had failed.  I cannot speak too highly of Dr, Chase4*  Unseed and Turpentine, and would not be  without it in the houae. If you ���������can make any  *:  use of this letter you are at liberty to do 1.0."  Asthma  Mr. Thomas Bond. Sheldrake. North  Shore, Que., writes:���������"I suffered for years  with asthma, sometimes being unable to JLe  in bed, but after a treatment of Dr. Chase"*  Unseed   -and  Turpentine.   I   Ma   now   -quite-  well and thank thi* ���������oiedictne  for  restoring  as      "  me.  UTm Chaise s Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine  ,*~,-l~~UxxA0t00r'  kV.     N.     IJ,  n-*������  ~~es~~~  ~w~m~~~~m~m~  and Ednwanaott,, EaUa A Co., ~~~~iL- Toronto.  mmmS.  msmm.  "'*'���������::������������������*������������������":" n.-1'*''(*:''  ~m~~W~~~~~m~m  mmm  m  mSSSBmSS  mmm  mm  amm  ���������Jg&SSQ  wtuwfaMw  SR  9 s.,~ *-s~nrai2~mtstM~-tti,  ssscffiaeBsaK^  ~~VWJftStMjl~*~*Str~0m~~0   l,.....~m. px���������^i0^l0tr2ttl0l*0������0������m43ri*KSti~l*ZiXa tM*  THE  CJ&ESTON  BEVIEW  mm~t     *->  Local and Personal  Order your New Year's masquerade  cosusiie *fro*!!j Bert Norris at the Creston Bakery.  For Saue���������2 sets Surrey driving  bobsleighs, hew. wil! sell at half price.  W. B. Muir. Creston  It is authoritatively announced that  Mr. Martin ofChasi������ will  be<?restonV  new C.P.R. agent, and he will probably take the work  over   by the middle  of the month. A.,  F~r  Pianoforte-  Organ and  Singing Lessons  ttpph  ARTHUR COLLIS. Creston  P.O. Box76  Pigs For Sale���������Purebred Duroc-  Jersey, six weeks old, $6. fix. Nickel,  Grifl|jp Ranch. Creston.  Try onr homemade Mincemeat at  25c. a lb. Also Christmas cakes and  shortbread.   Creston Bakery.     ~-  -<���������*���������     y  /For Christmas candies and .novelties  see tis firtt.    We guarantge prices and  quality.    Creston-Bakery. ' -,  JEtw this week only Beattie-Oatway  are .offering freSn hand rolled  chocolates at 50 cents a pound.  -Miss Audrey Parrell of-Kaslo, form  erly of Creston, spent a few davs here  this week the guest of Misses Bevan.'  = For Sale��������� Gt&bd, usef ur horse, 1100  lbs., sound in wind and." limb, about 7  years old,     E.. Butterfield, Wynndelr  -*-7  Mr   arid   Mra.   K. Helme   of. Vancouver were "flteet-erid visitors ha Creston, the guest T$f his sister, Mrs. Hobden, '"  Miss pearl Asher. who has been a  guest of Miss Blanche Hendren the  past two months, left for her home ai  Calgary at the end of the week.     ^  Tailor Shop���������Repairing,, altering  arid, pressing;*" AIsl can ������������������ make over  clothes of~ any kind. -Mrs. Cannady,  apposite McCreath's livery barn.  For Sa*le���������Two sets  a cutters 2 sets single  set double harness.    H.  team sleighs,  harness, and  S; McCreath,,  Try the Drugstore Firsty  /  FOR THIS WEEK   ONLY  1  Fresh Hand*--RQl!������d  Chobolates 50c. lb.  Regular price 75c. lb.  1  1  y-   ...���������.* Rodgers   annoftnces   that  there will  be   the   usual' masquerade  ball in-the Grand Theatre Ballroom on  the evening of Monday, January   1st.  ".���������*- * '.     .  .Oyer 100 rancher*, were in attendance at" the Taylor-Harraan growers  meetihjg on Sat������������rday afternoon,' the.  best attehdied-rmeeting of the sort.ev^r  held .in Creston*.        %.**.-��������� *"���������-"*  '��������� *' ' >ffs-'.'"*��������� ���������'*:*' ���������'': ��������� - : :-"~-z '    ��������� '  'Mr. and Mrs. Attwood left on Thursday last for Seattle, where they are  visitingifriehds for a couple of weeks.  and-*will also-visit Vancouver Island  points before returning.      -���������* -  :Vjas. Adlardgot away   on   Monday  to Kelowna, where he is attending "a  gaowers' conference, made up,of del  egates from   all   the ..fruit   producing"  sections of the province.        ~ .,  -���������A&yhh. hew arrivals November* provided an ^ven break, cne hoy and one  girl being added to the population.  Ciipid/had; a;fine showing of three  marriages"; and there were no deaths.  Business was light at the provincial  police offices for November,,the fines  inflicted totalling only $3.50. $43 of  amusement tax was 'collected, and the  Dulo Av*t. xmixmtX liAanooa   Vxvt   4r%v0x fifc***7(l v*i\na.\r  Birth���������On December   6th,   to  Mr.  and Mrs. J. Warebam, a daughter.  ^ The Ladies Guild of Christ Church  scored another big financial, success at  their annual bazaar in the Parish Hall  on Friday afternoon last, the intake  front the various stalls and raffles being in the neighborhood of $290*  Although the high wind that pre-  -vailed most of -Wednesday gave tbe  impression that that 'was the coldest  day4;hus far. tho mercury": readings  show that Tuesday a.m. holds the  season's record for cold. 6 above being  recorded on Tuesday morning.  hi* 4\v~. ~~T{\  -m.~    ��������� ��������� ���������    00r,m ~  in.  Fresh Menu  50c. lb.  ge  'Mail Orders a  Specialty,  ;.*.*>.  Phone Service  Prompt Attention  We are .Agents for FAJBBANKS-MORSE  It will pay you as a prospective purchaser of a lighting  plant to see our Demonstrator and investigate the"  relative merits and cost of this outfit. ;  WE CHARGE, BJLTTERIES and are in a position  to give  teries left with us for winter storage first-class attention.  Bat-  "OIoHw'SIJSl Urliiii-OC  LICKS ATE BROS.  RHONE BI  connection, -with the Methodist  Church work" in ftthe Valley weekly  cottage prayer meetings are now being held< each Wednesday eyening ih  different homes of member^ of the  congregation, y ~   ..,  The Presbyterian: "Ladies*  Aid  have'  their annual sale' of - sewing*,   candy.  cooking,    etc..    in    Speers*   Hall   on  Tuesday afternoon   next from 3.30 to  6 o'clock.    Afternoon  tt*a,   of   coiirser  will be served.  .Norman Craigie was a week-end  yisitor at Cranbrook,- with Mrs._Ciaig-  ie*, who is sttii a patient in St* J-ungerie*  hospital, and who has still another  operation to .undergo before returning  to her home here-.       "*"'���������;��������� ���������' '���������---,.  The Mel hodist Sunday school have  commenced^ practicing for their  Christmas tree entertainment,   which   Zlt     ������~.  -.t.-~Srx ��������� -x^���������X..~..0   -    XtLl���������    ���������     ���������.��������� Lx���������.:  T-J  mn iiivii������i*c    n.  tnuunut   wiiib     yzrrxf,   mm  will be held in  the. ..church on^Friday  evening. December 22nd.   .'���������-'.    !  Did jov~z ever "have .the--?  Imagination Officers after  you ? Well, that is what  my friend, Sol. Lesser, got  after me, and if it hadn't  been for Granda they'd a  gotme^ ���������oo.^ Just come and  see what a time I had in  "MY BOY'*  presented by Sol. Lesser.  Played by me, J. COOGAN  The Board of Trade meet ih December session on Tuesday night in Speers?  Hall, ami as this-will be, the.last regular meeting of the year it Sis hoped  there will be a good* "turnout to clear  up all unfinished business and arrange  for the annual session in January.  - The Banff orchestra made their first  appearance of the season here-afc,the  Grand ballroom on Monday highland  was greeted with-quite a good turnout  'about 130 dancers being in attendance.  Catoser IS orris is complimented- by all  pn the excellence of lunch provided.  Friends of Fred Belanger will, he  pleased to hear that he ha&jxm'de quite  a complete recovery from "his recent-  seriou&ihness���������whith included a cou-gte  of months in Cranbrook hospital���������and  moved back to Lumberton this week,  where he is going back to bush^work  again.  , ^   ^  Creston local of the' United Farmers  ���������an?*2     *COiii|ii*c:v&Li     ni*-Ien.iig���������ujciti/n     iGP a.  shoat course school) in ^agriculture  which members of the agricnlttiral  section of the B.C." University will  hat-e charge of, it will last five days,  'and will commence on January 15th,'  i*p Spiers'Hall. 'y.Z??P..   Z. "'"  -     *���������-���������.*'���������   --. -  After meeting all 'expenses' the  Methodist Ladies' Aid ,expect to clear  $50 on their annual chicken; supper  which was served in Speers* Hall on  Thui-sday night last. : The^ ladies PFO1-  vided an excellent spreacl of good  things and well deserved the liberal  patronage extended theni.  Stewart, the five-yearkold son of Mr.  and Mrs. Dan Spier������ was painfully  burned about the arms and bpdy on  Friday afternoon, when he stumbled  into a boa ilre on the rAlich oh which  land clearing operations are in pro-  gress. Medical aid -was-speedily available and the little- fellow is, coming  along ns nicelv as could he expected,  R. G. L. Cliu'ke Of yaneou^er, chief  B.C. frjiit inspiector, was horeon an  offlciar visit on Tuesday.;: joining nij  from Grand Forks, where'he' hiSl *~to*.  tended the provincial, potato fair. Estimates '"reaching him Indicate that  there are 75 carp of .apples in-storage  ab Kootenay points, and that ati^ast  25 of these are held in Creston V*������lJey.  -������������������-' -<.'V*:'.t������-..'' ��������� *������������������'*���������'v ."���������i-ZP-yz-:-Z z  ., The official weather report'for?"Noi*-  veiriber shows the 8fch - ��������� to .hav-'������.- been  the-balrhiest dav"*wheis -.48 in 't"h"^'sh*adg''  was n������corct*wi. whilst thb; -CooleSt toufeh  was' on the 28t"hT; when" th'e .mercury  lowered itself to 19 above zero.. The  rainfall for the month was little more  thah one-third* of an inch, whilst there  was a total snowfall off about- half an  inch.   ?-��������� ''.".Z.Z'y-"-  Anglican Church Service  SUNDAY1, DEC. ID  CRESTON ERICKSON  10 a.m. and 7.-30 p.m. 3 p.rj^  Greston Valtey-Go^Qparative  Association  ERICKSON  A'  >iA  Try a CAMPBnfc or DLARK SOUP  MONDAY and TUESDAY  Campbell Soup, spejcial, ISc.  % regular price, 20c.  Clark's Soup*, special  2 cans for 25c.  - regular 2 for 35e.    04-   SO Aft FOR SERVICE  Registered Chester White.  sowsaverage 12 to the   Bitter.  DAVIE, Canyon..  _ ? r  Al! his  GEO.  ���������/  riuIIHuS oilDPPIilg RlfluG t3S|  Seeing Our Xmas. Display  V  We have endeavored to procure a line of  merchandise   fo   satisfy   your   wants.  i ',, ���������  - i  Quality and Prices cannot be duplicated  ������������v  Our stock in all lines is unsurpassed  m*  Dry Sooifs  Groceries  Sii - Cim 5E35 wt war  aHSr   'S'j*::������La. "Ml '-"^la,:^,".A    t.r::."2^:TJT^z:z^^sr     ^���������Tn'-^i-BT^��������� t*************i!BS.'^H  Furniture  HalOWirB  ^f^jM^^^tt^^^uS^^S^^^^^^  ^gjj^g^m!  ^agjjgffi^ijgg^^g^^g^^  i  Creston Italians, supplemented by a  hig delegation ; from STrdar^*- tendered  Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Tolerico a, farewell  reception in Speers* Hall *ori.' Prid-^y  n ight- -prfor to th eir depaftu re \ for  Italy; where they will Visit; for- the  next few months. The Sirdar visitors  brought a long5 the music for the. danc?  ..trig, which was the big feature of the  ieveninffj" '.';���������'    ���������"* 'Z '  '.Fire wap .discovered at the rear of  the' second .story of A. E. French's  hilliard hall and barber shop at noon  on Tuesday, but thanks to the prompt  work of volunteer Are fighters equipped with patent'-extinguishers the  blAxe was put out" before .any seriouii  damage was done and about $200 "will  foot the expense for the necessary repairs.  -Qrowera are reminded of the after-  noon meeting in Speers' Hall  oh Sat  urdnv, Decern her lflt th, at 2 o'clock, at.  which Jas. Adlard will repoit on  th^  growers meeting  he attended tit Kel  owna this week.      Will  those attending please remember that Mr. Adlard's  expenses will be secured! from   a levy  to be made at this meeting,  and come  prepnred accordingly.  Although the mercury, dropped to 6  ���������ihove zero on both Tuesday nnd  Wednesday mnrningajn somequartera  the idea atlll prevaila thab tbe winter-  will held mild one. Former eastornerp*  now resident in the Valley, who havq  done the fait pig killing, tell us the  ������������������melts" are long ana lean���������a sure  sign of an open winter. Thc imiBk������  rats.J-oo. have hot made .their usual  preparations for a severe winter..-.  At the annual meeting of the  agricultural ansociatinn on Wednesday  "night practically nn entire new board  of directors waa chosen���������most of them  being ranchers, A feature of tho  meeting waa the presentation of a tt lb.  T.in of smoking tobrtcoo to (secretary  Tl. WalmaWy���������a token of appicciatEon  from the directors for services well  rendered the past three yeara. A full  report of tho meeting will appear next  week. ..*.'.  . In    connection    with    fchib    ^/ear'a  Glu'lstmaa mail the poHloitlce depart-.  ment a&fc'ai people to wfralw from **emd*  ing nniall cards or envelopoti. Whvre  Bpoody delivery iucsBontial thene small  envelopea all too readily slip out of  bundles of letter mail;,, thoy aie too  small to put through wtnmp cancellation machines, nnd in hand stamping great euro Iwih fco ho talcon otherwise fche cancellation slump will obliterate part of tho addroHR. In many  other -wayn   thev    too   readily   lend  Lln.;*������J*.������������..������v'x-jo *������i   r������������i������v** . ammUiliK.    Mlt������S iti  chho of delay reaponstbUlty rest a entirely with the bender.  Home Made Mincemeat.  - Christmas Cakes.   '  Christmas Puddiners.   /'  .     .-   '   f    -  Almond Macaroons.  '     Shortbread.  Gift Boxes of Moir's and  Neilson's Chocolates.  PasCalL Novelties.  Tom Smith Crackers.  orn  Hsit Bevsa'sSaragfl  BATUBDAYand   .  MONDAY SPECIAL1  K.C.  for  xs  Ua������ful-in %raore ways than we  have room to enumerate here.  Non^ bqittei* put up than the  K.C. Brand, ahd heretofore  these have sold regularly at 25o.  a tin. '  " ,  Fot emer������enoiea every pantry  should stock a few extra cans of  Toma'toen. v  Bay here, Saturday   or Mori  day���������tho    saving ' effected    will  oomo> in'  handy  for Chriatmas  ah0ppi������K.  msMBSS~WS~\.  VS^S^SSSSStmmtm  Belter   !?Df!TL������rpC   Lower  j  Service uiiw i ������������������n-iii#  rnces  i  >*mm.  *m  Mil  wwmmwmmtmm<mmw������m������?~<

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