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 Makeg Reasonable Progress  75 Standard Far iris Prej^refe-49 Permanent Residences  Erected���������Making Great Headway in Poiiltry ^nd  Honev���������FilmerV Ranch has Record Potato Yield  ~   ������- ~- -        --..*<.--  ary and musical society functions, the,  residents having equipped the School  'with", a -piano"for entertainment and  dance purposes.,, In additibh tb the  Stockbreeders Association already referred to, the,re is also a^ co-operative  implement organization .that has acquired haying equipment, and princi-  paUy from the rentals 'received the  past threw years pretty well has had  its original investment returned it.  Will the soldier-farmer settlement  at Camp Lister finally niake good?  This ib a question that from time to  time is aked. and with a view to  asqertaining just exactly how things  in general were .with the residents iu  that area the writer last week" spent  some time on a visit of inspection and  enquiry, and at this time it seems  quite safe cot venture ihe prediction  that rather more than might he expected of the present residents appear to  be squared away to:make a "  provided the Land! Settlement Board  is not too exacting in its demands for  payment of principal and interest in  full on loans on due date.  In displaying this optituisica the  writer would not haye readers get the  idea that even the average 'soldier  farmer has bis place in the shape one  might expect in view of - the exceptional   opportunities    afforded  as  barns which haye probably cost up to  $200. Three have standard poultry  houses���������Bird. Ernest Langston and  Powers-^-which adequately accommodate 100 birds each. AWeast a'clozen  others are- featuring poultry with  Socks of fifty. Invariably ������11 the  married men have a cow and a horse,  while soine are carrying two cows,  and Messrs. E. Thompson, W.-Wright,  Weaver. Burgess and Frampton have,  teams of work horses that equal any-  acs of it, i th.\   ������������������*������    X0 *������������     0.   <<uiu*g iu cue vaiiey?  20-Acre Places Average $3300 -  The average-price"'of the "20-acre  places with theiE* house, well, fencing,  and five acres broken  and plan  Board of Trade  November Meet  Will Petition Victoria re Roads  end Irrigation���������Enquiring as to  Kooreoay Flats Drainage���������Shy  CMx Tourist Association.  Excel at Poultry  Lister settlers have alreadv shown  their quality in the poultry line at the  Creston fair. " A year ago Ernest'  .Langston made a fine showing and  tbis year Mrs. Fred Powers and Mr.  Langston were both prominent, Mrs.  Powers bringing home the cup for the  best male bird in the show.   At dairy-  compared with the  pioneer farmers of] ing, too, Mrs.  Power was_ prominent,  J   ������_    _      T|7*   -   11 **-���������      A. _   _.__.   mm mm. _. 1������. *     - **f* VI ���������  -^"    "~fci .��������� -. ~-m~P. -.���������,.        _,     A ������_      mtA. *_. \_~   " ** ____- **-*.-.  the-Valley, but rather, this confidence  in the project- is~ generated primarily  on what has ' been accomplished hy  many of the men within the past  twelve inonths���������during which' time  there was practically no . settlement  payroll, at any rate, and the men have  been compelled   to  rustle   for  them.  selves.  ~*r-^z-'0Gm~t   -'  x^actx" i-y.  Shifting for Themselves Helpfftf  Having to-hoe.'thei? own- row has  definitely awakened the "men to ..the  "fact tha^ ���������ifeefy *re^ nd longer soldiers-  but farmers, and this aw"akening^ has  not only tended to ��������� create a much better feeling throughout the area gener-  allyvbut has also produced hopeful results in tbe .way of encouraging the  men to make their farms as self supporting as possible���������both as to pro-  . duets of the soil as -well as in poultry,  dairying and livestock, and to give  more and better attention to the five  acres of orchard many of them had  planted almost two years agor..  That there is proniise for the future  is indicated in the fact that tit least  on^-haif of the men have t/ow signed  up their agreements of aale for their  homes, and on a drive through^, the  area it is not hard, to spot the farms  that have been signed up for; with  very few  exceptions  ���������most Attractive farms  ment.   , ���������"'���������'  these We   the  in   the   settle-  53 Farma Being Worked  /  her show of butter being the best air  Creston fair' in the heaviest exhibit  .the exhibition has ever seen. .  ��������� In poultry Lister is confining its  efforts strictly to a few breeds, mostly  W^iite Wvandottea. ^Barred Rocks.  White Leghorns  and' Rhode   Island  "Reds..    Poultrying has disadvantage?! L _������������������ ������,;���������^^ ^*������ ,���������#t���������^    .  _ -...."      . .-    .     4  ������.  -   -year since plan tingtf  ^owever,^particularly yf������*tfc4lhp-ia~t8.n~* --y*-- .,a.. ;-.*������������������*.* ���������**-- -l^h^^ - _,  clers whose^farm's &~h������yc~~i the edge of "*        *    --'-���������      ' *=��������� '"*���������"**  the s&ttlefcnentrdueto the depradations  Orchards Commjg on Well  '- SO per cent, of the plantings ^e Delicious find .Mclntos^i !?.ed, posssirjly 15  .per cent. Wealthy jfrfid -Wagner, and  the balance largely Home ������Beantv.  The trees -were set out under the snb*_  ervision of horticulturists Twice and  Hunt, and are considered the ideal  Varieties for this ar-^a as well as being  commercial favorites.  On the Finiay ���������akid Eyans places  there is quite a eood showirur of oears.  while Col. Fred LiBter in addition to  five acres of apples; bas this year put  out another five acres to cherries, but  in passingthese do; not seem to have  thrived quite as well as the apple orchard.' /__  There -has beeq -uniformly heavv  plantings of raspv-ezries, and these  have cojme along wf 11, and 1924 should  see Lister on the ti^pberry shipping  list strong. Whesfe -^wen serious at  tention in the w*4������ of cultivation all  &iH.sses of roots a.tiu , ve^j^fcabJes have  shown satisfactory yields, particularly  potatoes, the Fihrier place claiming a  crop of 3000 lbs. of spuds front 200 lbs.  [ of seed planted. At the experimental  plot this year.there.are three cuttings  of splendid alfalfa, and this the third  and planted to  trees-is about *33Q0. ���������'In addition to  *$his loans have been madefor the piir-  chase of livestock ands equipment.  Ootnpared  with wild   land; prices   at  Afhonrinintc     S������������-"������-TU������    ~T~. i.rs-J .tx rx-~~TS -tZrxx.  v^���������-r.     ^x-00-~0r        -m.        0l~.xr       0   V0..V.    .0     x^0t.r   t-xJ.xm.%r~  farmers are not paying an exhorbitant  price-for their im pro yed farms, and  particularly when one* recalls that the  soldiers' themselves 'did every bit-of  work in connection with the'.places,  including the running of a sawmill for  their own timber cutting, and a rate  of pay not less than $4 a day prevailed  on all fche work. ' ^ " ���������  This fall a great deal of attention  has been paid to ploughing and the-in*  tention: is, to go strong on potatoes for  1923. In \X~~~~ the raspberry yield  should fie quite a revenue* producer,  and in, the next couple of year- the-  apple trees should be contributing to  the upkeep of some of the farmers.  "  The November session of Greston  Board of Trade waa largely^ taken  nn %/ojfihi Asfttvstsisrstt nf ������- *.toq Hnonths9  ��������� gr        "* ���������������������������.���������   ������������������~- ���������  -m���������gzt     ���������������������������    ���������     ���������      .��������� xrmmxrn-i- r  accumulation of correspondence,  there having: been np October'meet-  ins, due to the lack of quorum at  last month's session. The chair,  was occupied hy President  Must Safeguard Investment  In a driye -thraugh the farms the  first thing that strikes one is the*  heavy investment the department of  agriculture has gone to at Lister, and  'the necessitv of those in charge of the  area insisting on the owners pf places  keeping the farEns in shape. --Under  Hayes,  and the  best  turnout of the year  was in evidence.  Messrs. Bennett, Sevan and Garland were named- a -committee to  draft the resolutions from this  board that the Associated Board of  Trade of Hasteru B.C. will submit  to the legislature before the session  eh-i&- and amongst the matters to  be brought to their attention will  be the desirability of next season  completing the improvements, on  ������the trsiisprovincial highway, at  Arrow Creek .and Kitchener, ap  "Well as waking active steps in the  matter of the  Arrow Creek irriga-  ���������ft*,^^V^    Xr.vmjr.ttrmrxA- ' -  v.iv0x������   ws -urjvJUWb- J * -���������  anc^'of these latter also militia against  turkey raising���������with the well-known  weakness ttf these t>irds to stray all,  over creation.    ,"^       "    "  In the cattle line the farmers, have  shown the same care in purchasing a  gOo8>lrain of grade Holsteins and  Shorthorns, and those into cattle are  helpedcittfcersa.lv in that the depart-  ruent of agriculture has suppltea a  purebred Shorthorn sire to the local  stockbreeders' attpu'eiation.- The"*O. Q,.  Rodg������*i*s stock farm, which adjoins the  area. i������ the headquarters for the Hoi-  stein men, Mr. Rodgers "having, some  noted milkei-jj^in his .hei-d, one of  which has a showing of P0 pounds tit  milk per day. Tlie estimate nt* to hogs  isi that ������t least,t*very one oft^fc^- ***���������  families in Lister have each  more pigs.  ^    ttmx-^  P   tttiiy  one ^or  Unolllolally the writer is informed  that there are some 75 places, in the  settlement subdivided into the usual  twenty-acre tracts, on each of which  five acres has been broken and fenced  ready for setting out to trees or other,  cultivation. Of tlWec 63 have been  definitely nil oca ted nnd the five acres  hroken have been planted out to orchard In whole or In part as the-ownpr  desired. '-���������.   h  '-.  Of the^e latter places 40 have whnt  might be termed the standard settlement house, varying in size ftom four  to eight roomQvnntf costing from 8*050  to 81B0Q, AlmoBt without exception  thicBC are nil xpn������fortablv finished.  aii nie painted, though none ai-e plastered, and 75 per cent,  of these hoiutos  Were Irrigation Av������ifafoie"  3������ust-what4JieJa-adr.at'Lvster is equal  ������fw"W^8.and;/?������yote8*     ^f* P**^1"- to were   irrigation available is etrik  ahgly -shown-on the' John /.-Huscroft  pln������*p which-adjoins the soldier settle-  uient to the soutn. This -year Mr  Huscroft had a showing wf t������en*,tons of.  potatoes to the acre���������the prize-winning tubers^at Creston fair, too. From  lii acres in -elover he figures his.-crop  Jsvill total 70 tons, and this can:,be seen  in the stand of the Hubana variety  whicfe1Rlhpver the field *-stood-..close to'*  eight feet in height, and not .inclined  to be all woody,, either. Hobani is an  annual sweet clover. On some of the  Huscroft orchard trees a growth of;  over three feet.is to be seen, while a  orop of sunflowers, most of .which were  in the eleven.foot .class necessitated  the erection*6f^ avpitrsilo���������-the first in  the"Valley, anoxwhich ispruviog-aki  ideal storage receptacle for ensiWge.  It should be observed, too, that the  Huscroft place was broken, from the  virgin sod only three ve-ars ago.  As to  Kootenay   Flats drainage  no resolution will be offered but the  I secretary   was instructed   tb -write  the old homestead regulati^fts on the! the *Mmst*r_ of lands to ascertain  prairies a siX~uionths~ residence   W|^l. -'���������<.-   -'   .-... - _   .  obligatory. If the Lister farms a*ce to  mtiritem ^y^h^atfe^ 5fe#ar-nprnial,^e-  velopmentrthi^*Q^|. ^so: Jt*feft ~������p-.thel  places will need, _ w������ h&- called upbp to  spend "/possifely that sante lengtli. <0������  time,; looking after their orchards,  keeping- up"^cultiyatibn. and'making  are   equipped  -snpply.    ���������;  Six of these, too,  with   a    weir   water  hnve  the standard  Successful Beekeepers  In addition- to poultry JListeritea  haver made as. nuuse for the settlement  at beekeeping. Ther*e is quite an  abundance of clover there., of course,  and also flreweed* and to illiiBtrate  some results that Have been obtained  we might mention the J. W. Head  apairy where, this; season 2B0 pounds  of honey was taken from a single hive.  At-least half a'dozen apiaries exist,  with'J. W^. Bell, with twenty liivet������,  !*��������������� lected as the goyei'hmopt ilemnnstra-  tlon plant. J. W* Head Is also extensively Jlnto bees, his investment in  this line being placed at $000.  That the Lister area la adapted -to  tree fruit growing cannot now be  doubted. <Trees set out in the spring  of 1021, and with that sunulier^as well  as tho past season qu-lt<n the dryent on  record, und with hone too much attention given in many cases, y^t this  fall the trees are mostly all coining  aloirig in fair shape, whilst on the Head  five acres, where the'young orchard'  settlement barns which are about 18 received every 'attention the -growth  xS6ft.nrn little less, and have hay} andhealthful look of the trees will  atorapce capacity of from four to ten rnmnnw favorably with -Anything" In  torn*.   Sixteen others have homemade  the Valley.  ������  Usual Community Features  In the way of community conveniences Lister qan hardly complain;  There is a modern- two-room' school,  and in the wAy of creating exam, records this seat; of learning < is quite  unique. In three years at the annual  Entrance tests Lister school ^has always shown 100 per cent, efficiency in  the "way of graduating pupils, and  never toss than two. writing'each year.  A united church service ia given  once a fortnight, and a Sunday school,  under the supervision of Mrs.' Stevens.  is held each Sunday morning. Mrr.  fltoyene also has charge of a^girls* bow-  ing cliiHB which moots once a week.  Ljiater Trading & Supply \ Company,  "Ltd., operate a store* along' co operative lines under the ninnageiuent of  John liin\ ,Ayh������j ia nlso postmaster,  Liatcr enjoying a dally mail service  from OrcBton bv motor truck.  * Fred powers preBidea over qnito an,  active' Wifcul Of> ^h������ *t "United' Farmers  Whitsli Vneets':iiftf'?m'-nqi;hly session, and  f������rn HuS'o'ti 'hmn'*o-l\of iho-O.W.V.A.  flourished here.    Ifrioh winter a llfcer-  just what the present status of the  projectrisln, view of the   consider  '       m       -    -~~-J ~r~  ^ble-SrSnount of engisreesing activity3  of Sfe.pastr eighteen months. ^  Bf-B." Staples   brought   np "the  matter of the possibility of Creston  some effort* at developing the^hnim- ['Via the boapd  of trade linking   up  proved 15 acres on each place.    Tort, if  airangements could he  made it^i.iBbt Association, andtbis  be helpful to have i-esident-horticolt-  urist operating a real demonstration.  farm at .Lister. '   Orcljard   plantings  and th.e other signs of development En  dicate that a practical man could be of  incalculable benefit for the1 next two  or three years at any rate.  /���������-  Mice Siding  Guy Constable  grot.  back-the fore  pari off tbc wcekfroriia a bnalneps visit  to Vernon in the interests of the Fruit  Growers Union.  Mr. $ta.ndwiggT who has been here  on a visit to his sister, Mrs. Viotor  Carr, left for his home in Washington  this week. '    #  Mr. Oatendorff .<* taking advantage  of the pre&ent open weather to do con  aider-nble stuuiping on 'the part of the  B.L.T. Taylor  ranch, which  he-purchased some months ago.  The   Alice Siding Social Club   will  probably    be    resuming     operations  .shortly and a meeting will be held be-jj  fore the end of the inonth to reorganize for the year.  The attendance at Alice Siding  school at present is probably the  heaviest for the last three yeara nt  least, and Principal Lallembnd te giving the highest satisfaction.        .     ^  Jack Barraclough and Oeorge Huh-  croft have commenced work on a log  cutting contract In the" timber in the  neighborhood    of    tho    BarracluuKn'  ranch. ^  A Mr. Martin, a yisitor from fche  prnlrle^is reported  tp have purchnsed  40*ncr������ffl"of   AH*f!*������ Rldlnjr  ������ev������������Rg;*������B   In  the neighborhood ofthe  Ben iter place,  with the   Southern   B.C.   Tourist  matter was  quite freely discussed by all present. Attention was directed to the  fact that in the literature-issued by  the association this year discrimination had very, plainly been used  against Creston in the m&p used in  the illustrated folder the association  had sent out. Others- felt that iu  view, of the fact that tho'town had  no camp ground for tourists a very  limited benefit would accrue to  Creslonby joining up. While all  agreed that from the standpoint of  promoting good fellowship with the  towns east of here it would be a  nice thing to belong to, yet it was  aiso realized that in the** collecting  of the $200 association fees the  matter was too large an undertaking at this time, and the matter  was allowed to drop.  The members present were agreed  that a dinner should be a feature  of the annual meeting in January  hnd the president announced that  the committee to handle same  would be named at the December  meeting. In order to have a complete trade statement; to submit at  the annual meeting- Meeara Con  stable and Staples were named to  ucl wJtJj the preaideut in"' |>ho ooui-  pilatiolk of the statistical feature of  the annual report.  BaR-mm Shop���������I have taken over  tho Imrber shop in the Auditorium  hall. Up to the minute hair cutting;.  pomps m wpeelslty. 1>t fche klddle������  come.    Diclc Randall, barber.  ���������&>  UttM  MM  ~~~1S~W____-~_\  aasBwaaaa^^  ~~:^~mm~^.-..  mttttttsmMttsmii  matmta0aii~mmaiaat00lm  iimim~~~~mm  mmmm-imm  mmm 0t~-r^at~~~-*~~s-~~~*t-~m t**~~*-V#sar&iaiw������*tB &*-*-������%_-~-14ta&a&tZi4i3i~~i,r-*i  XSCNUeCMRM w&tzJ.iiijei~~itta~X?~i hit -m--n-ma  &  at  1        ^  ^ 8D������������ E&YX&W* CiLESTO^, B. C  -*  in  The world famous Assam teas  RED ROSE give it that richsiess arad ������ras-  ran.ce thai so distinguish, it farosia ordinary  teas.  19 - -  Begin At Home  !  In this column last week approval was expressed of the announced intention of the Minister of the Interior to have legislation introduced at the next  session ol Parliament making provision for the {^ranting of extra homesteads  lo m������i whose present holdings had been found to be unsuitable for successful  agricultural operations. At the same time the ^opinion was expressed_thati  "the policy now proposed to be followed an. th^B-case of these homesteaders  should he extended to include other-* fa rimers located %n lands found "to be unsuitable for farming. "- _ - -  The Canada Colonization Association has embarked on a comprehensive  scheme oi land settlement and has adopted as its objective the settlement of  ten million people in Canada in ten -years. One of the cardinal features of^its  plan is to make careful selection of the land upon which the^e settlers are  placed, and to keep close watch of their progre&s with a view to assisting  them to succeed.      To that end it is proposed to establish local community  _,    _. r .        r      T. *-t ���������    V         L .1       .        1- ��������� T Z��������� r.      lxr.^.^1       rx -r. ~l        f-.. rx xx r. 1 -. r       r. r*.. I r. rx~     . rx  rClUtii)    14>    Care    lOL,    astjlol,    ami    CVCeiLU   <X    UCHJlug-Jmiiu    ouu    '<Kmil.i     au'^-o     i."  these new settlers. Should it be lound that, from causes over which the  settler has no control,,he is not succeeding, and cannot succeed, in his chosen  location, then, rather than have him-fail and leave the country, he is to be  assisted to locate elsewhere in Canada where he can succeed.  Il this is good policj insofar as settlers "yet to come are concerned���������and  who questions its wisdom?���������then i~ it not equally good .policy to apply to  people already here and who are not making a success in their present  locations?  There are thousands oi tarmers who, after 3 ears of effort, are reluctantly  forced to the conclusion that they must pull up stakes, and try a new location.  If, instead ol at once beginning to encourage people to come to Canada from  other lands, the Canada Colonization Association devoted":its efforts for-the  first year to finding oiit farmers who are in this .predicament, and assisting  them to new locations in these Western. Provinces where they can make a  success, that Association would be doing a "sp'lendid stroke of-busiriess for Can*  ada, would establish the confidence of all people in ats programme and-policy,  and would lay the foundation for future years of successful operation in the  bringing in and locating of new settlers. -   ���������  '���������'.  Set-tiers already here, but who have n.ot.made a success of farming because of conditions absolutely beyond their control, are the very type-this  country needs and can. ill-afford to lose. These men have courage. They  are hard workers. They are optimists, "and have year after year, striven to  make good. It_is through no fault of their own that success has hot attended  their efforts. The Canada Colonization Association, therefore, can hardly do  better than apply to these men the very policy they propose to apply to all  new setti'ers coming into Canada under their auspices.  There are, admittedly, difficulties to be overcome.. . Many of these men  'are heavily in debt. Mortgage has been piled on mortgage ou the unsuitable  lands they now occupy jys-fi are attempting to farm. Holders of these mortgages may be averse to seeing them move away. But inasmuch as. there is  little.hope of success attending their efforts if .theyremain,...and as, therefore,  the mortgage companies would have to take a loss in any event, would it not  be the part of wisdom to.con fer with such mortgage holders now" and reach  _, Australia's Poet Dies Penniless"  People   Recognizad   His G������nius Wheri  . - .It Was Too Late , . . - -  , They gave xHenry Hertzberg Law-  Son,, the- Australian poet and novelist,  a state funeral In" Sydney. " Despatches described it as an "imposing  affair","-fitting ^the occasion of the  laying Way of the' nation's sweet  singer," and���������there was due applause  from the world at large foi*J this  splendid, recognition of a poel's  worth���������when he was dead.  While he * was alive, ' however,  'Poet Lawson did not fare so well.  '-'Australia's greatest mlni^trel,".as he  ���������-was Called-at th'e time" of. the funeral,  died penniless. Indeed, if it had not-  been for the public funeral under  Government auspices he would have  been buried as a pauper. He had  been in receipt of a small- pension  from the Government for some time  before his death,5and this should-be  -ascribed 'to the Siate of New"South  Wales with proper appreciation, for  was it not Virtually a pioneer in"the  gracious act of pensioning a poet? ...  . Still, Lawson lived in poverty. The  people did.not realize that they had a  genius in their country until- he was  laid away with ''funeral trappings'" befitting Government recognition. Then  they began to buy his books.  Poor as he was, Poet Lawson  left a will. All his worldly belongings were mentioned in bequests.  These were: Two suits of clothes,  an overcoat, a necktie, a collar stud,  a penT a pipe, a tin matchbox, a pair  Oi spectacles, a walking stick, and iwo  packets of tobacco.  Hoarseness Rubbed Away  Quickly By Nerviiifle  Changeable weather causes "congestion and sore throat. ..The blood must  he- drawn from the inflamnaed "part,  and this js speedily done by applying  Nerviline". The beauty of Nerviline  is that it penetrates quickly. Ii is  not oily and every drop sinks right in.  It draws out the inflammation, eases  the paiii; makes the chest and throat  well ;quickly-.��������� For relieving coughs,  colds, hoarseness, Nerviline is -the  .���������proper"remedy. Thousands say-so.  Large 35c bottles sold-evevywhere.  i 'ti       -   -  1 ne lohaoao at" l^uali by  -y^ is "E������m* slro������s  and In packages  New  School - Districts  Less. Coal Mined  Ninety   New   School" Districts   Organ-  - - iz.e\~ in Saskatchewan Last Y-sar  Ninety new school districts were-or*  ganissed in Saskatchewan - last year.  making a total ol 4.480" districts in  existeneeT Of these 4,268 were in  operation despite the severe financial  condition-general all over the prov-'  ince. Figures_ for the 3*ear indicate sf  remarkable increase in the aggregate  attendance, which totalled 178,000. It  is estimated that the excess of assets  over liabilities of all the districts in  the province is approxiniat.ely  $14;000.0:OD. ' "  Where Far-riling Pays ___  One of the heaviest crops reported  so far- -tliis year in Saskatchewan irsa  been -threshed by J. H. .Tordeson, Ia������--  mer in the Grace .district". Ete secur-  e-d 11.278 hushels oi" wheat off 249  acres of summerfallow. The whe,*t  graded No. 3, and -weighed 65 pounds  to the bushel. The average yield was  5*2 Vi: "bushels-an acre.  a settlement under which these people ������������������could "be moved to new locations within  the Dominion? Moved elsewhere, and success attending "their efforts, "most  of them would gradually discharge tlielr obligations which under present conditions there is slight hope of ever being done. Again, located.'.under more,  favorable circumstances these people would become profitable clients for investors of money which would be used, to .develop lands capable of earning  the interest charges and ultimately paying off principal. -As i-t...'"How. is these  men cannot earn the interest, let alone see atiy prospect of ever paying-off  the principal indebtedness. 7    . -_  Any consideration of a sound and permanent immigration and settlement  policy tor Canada which does not at the outset take these, at present, unsuccessful settlers into consideration is hot a sound nor complete policy because  it would overlook the basic idea on which successful settlement must rest.-'  The Canada Colonization Association has "a. splendid opportunity to put'  its proposed policy to a practical test without any large expenditure of money.' the fi**s* seven months of* the calcndai  It will nowg&U for any expenditures for publicity purposes, ry-et by making contented and successful farmers out. of many who have not yet tastedthe sweets  of success, it will prove xo be the most valuab/e kind of publicity for all its  future work ani effort in inducing ethers to settle in Canada.  Canadian Coal Output Is Below the  Average Record  The 'output of coal from Canadian  mines during the Inonth of July. 1922,  increased approximately 47,00Q_^.tons  or 6 per cent, above the production  ���������for the preceding month," "and amounted in all to ;85$;000 tons, but in spite  of this increase th$"output fell short  pf the average record for the same  month in the three preceding years by  203,000 tons, or 19 per,cent., according  t.o a statement issued by the Dominion  Bureau of Statistics. Considered in  relation to tlie three-year .average i'or  Fountain" pens are now . maite *iii  miniature size.* three inches" long.  They hang inconspicuously from a  watch .-chain.  "There are two kindsof folded hand?  ���������those that lie upon empty laps, and  those that lie upon finished work.  CASTORIA  For Infants and Children  In Use F������r������y@r 3Q Year-s  Always bears  the  Signature of  ?&^w  UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you  are not getting Aspirjn at all '  year, the output this year was less* by  .1,122,000 tons, or 14 per cent.    ,.   ~~  Imports of coal in July declined  appreciably: from the quantity reported for June "1.0, amounting in all to  447,000 not tons, 13 per cent, below  the record for the preceding month.  There was considerable revival in  the export trade and a total of 243,000  tons was cleared for foreign destinations, its compared with 1)0,000 tons in  the preceding month. * '  Accept only an "unbroken -package" of "Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by  years and proved safe by milttons for  ph}  ;*Cia3^   r-iirln* '>.'..    .*-*'  caring  Colds  Toothache  Earache  Headache  Neuralgia  Lumbago  Rheumatism  Neuritis  Pain, Pain  H*i*djr "Bayer" boxes of 1*2 tuM^tH���������A1������o hoUla* oi 2*1 t~ml I OO-Druggista.  Amtslvin Im Ihts tr������S������ sss~.rU it~.UUr~,i U, V*-������rJ������ti**J of T.~/.-r Man-Jf4.rt.ur*> of M������*2"  mT-sZ-m, .~������Z~t������r of ~it~nai>H.tit������i~ir   Whit* It !# wall krut-sfi, tint A������p������rln mn*nit Hmytir  -Will   Ut  tmitt,-.*t.~*~    WiiCS   irUvlf   tfm,*������iml   4l������-������    UJ-..-,    ������������.       ..-..-.       ..........  THE FALt WEATHER,  HARD ON LITTLE ONES  Canadian 'i'alI weather Is extremely  hard on little ones. One day !s warm  and bright, anil the next, wet and cold.  These sudden chan#oa bring on colds,  cramps and colic, and unlesa baby's  little Btornuch Is kept rl^ht-the l-esult  may" be Herious. There is .notiiln'R to  equal Bnby'a Own. Tablets In keeping  the little ones well. They sweeten  tho stomach, regulate the bowels,  break ul> cold a and make baby thrive.  The Tableth are sold by medicine dealers or by mall, at '25 cents a bojc from  Thc Dr. Willlama' Modlclne Co.,  Brookv\ lie, Ont.  Llglvtnlng  Restores Sight  A lowest BroolcBvlUe, on Penobscot  Bay, Mrs, Alfred Condon had boon to;  tally   blind   fifteen  yeara.      Recently  while Hhft^w-aa at    the , home   of- a  brothrti" tlm'btilUUnp;������ were  stninlc by  lightning and buriKul.      In the" midst  of  the  rxcMeirjent  Mrs.  Condon  suddenly criod out:  "O, I can Bee!"  lier night wanreutored.  Mlnard'a Liniment F-or Warts, Come,  Cte. -  W.    N.    U.    1446"  can't stretch.  ~ Not until now bas a dollar bill been  as big as a genuine Gillette ������>afety  1 -. * -Razor.  No wonder it feels put of place in  your pocket when, at ari^ general  store, hardware, drug of jewellery  store, it can buy for you a lifetime8s  shaving service:~corrif6rt, speed and  safety for the rest of your shaving  /days.. .   . __   ,��������� ���������*  ���������^H  ^XiEi3 iM fSSm      md   'told "ijiiJ "^ fcW tjri^S^^j ^liii ^ ^WI  ^H||2. f^^^m %tWS__W~~~_.<mm_\--_____k ^Lm\ ^mmm\______W ___M__������    MU||jg^   Jl||   <���������  and 3 gfmiuMe Gillette bladjss made Bind  guaranteed by Gillette Safety Razor Cfi~  of Canada, limited���������$1 ������OQv  .44.  '   DU Elo^^^^  ���������������������������V^*';'  fc '���������' P ^Lyy*-?: ?y :^?^MLr:r~.'  .:***���������'���������.-.   r'.-rf-'i--. **-������***'���������*'. "      :���������:'���������;-���������  ZZPyyiZZztyjyyizy.. y  ���������T-l-iWriiSMy'^^SMiW^^WZ&i^--  arne  Th^y  Trouble  at ���������"*  This,question can be answered both  ways. ir the desftness is due to Catarrh, success is general it" tlie suffer-  -er persists "in Life uses or Catarrho/ione,  and thereby-drives Catarrh out of the  system., .Penetrating -through live  passages ot the egrr. the soothing vapor of Catarrhozone relieves the - inflammation, destroys the seeds oi Ca-  '"tarrh and therehy allows nature lo reassert herself. For Catarrhal Deafness, pain over the eyes, plugged nostrils and other symptoms associated  with -Catarrh, use Catarrho/.one.  You'll be more than-fjlea"sefd"-with tire  quick improvement in "your condft^on.  Two months' treatment, One Dollar,  sold everywhere or the Catarrhozone.  Co, Montreal."  O���������; ���������   3|ritain' recuses J^j/VfiM THEJf|EAE*  Ettrchase peace with~the Turks at ihe j v'**������J. IllG IMuliF  eost'ol? '"humiliation -^and disgrace,"  -Marquis Curzon. British-'Secretary for  Foreign~Affairs, declared Jn the-cour,-fe  ~~~ an address, at the Canon Street  Hotel. ir \  it.  The    altitude    of. the Kemalists, reflected* in iheir recent demand that tlr&  Allied    troops    leave    Constantinople,  -will   not  be  tolerated, he  added; and  -.^--gave flat warning to  the  Turkish-  Nationalists   that   they   will   come   lo  sure" disaster "ft* fhey venture to oppose  their militai;y power to "the strength  of Great Britairjuand    the    might    ol"  "Europe."  The gravity of the  situation ���������in  this  Near  East  was   emphasized   by  Lord  ' Curzon    when   he termed it "the most  ���������iefi'-aJte meiiace to ihe peace,   ot    The  world." .���������*- x r  -    He asserted the Turkish pretensions  were   without   justification   and   could  not be tolerated.  "There- is only  one - way    whereby  you  can make  peace," decrfSr-ed  L.oi*d  'Curzon,    "and .that    is by absolutely  Harmonious   aetion   between   th������   prfu-  _ cipal powers. ,  "The policy ot the Turks is otfe of  nationalization   gone   wild   and   is-al  most suicidal in its  character."  "There is  absolute,accord  between  the Allied Generals and High Commissioners on the - spot.      Turkey    must  learn that there is a Unlit lo the concessions  "which    we    are    willing    fo  make hei." ���������    .  -'    Lord Curzon said    the    recent    Tuv-  ~ kish action was a complete answer to  the largely fictitious agitation amenq  fhe Indian Moslems representing this  country     as     hostile   to Islam.       The  Turks  had themselves  done fhe, very  things Great Brhain  was" represented  as aimingat.  Breaks  WESTERN   EDITORS  A- W       V%  onference Held At  ttawa To Discuss    "  mmigration Question  o-  i-  P. J^ Murphy, foiimfrlj "Edi-or and  Proprietor ot The Press, DaysJand,  Alta. Mr. Murphy sold his in*-5resLS  at Dayslancl to Mr. A. 1~. J"astl>.  Shipment Record  h~ SNDIGESTION, GAS..  +���������-���������������* ������H ������������������-4-#.������****  Por^of Montreal Has Already Handled  139,056,966, Bushels  Montreal.���������According to ������ records  completed by the Grain Clearance  Board here, the port of Montreal has  already exceeded this year to date the  total grain shipments ~oLg$i21, which  amounted to the record ~ quantity of  138,453,980 hushels. The total ha-**?  reached 139,056,966 bushels to -date,  which the end of navigation wil' probably'exceed 450,000,000 bushel-?.  35c "Danderine" Saves Your  Hair���������Ends  Dandruff!  Delightful Toriic  i**  ..Requisite on -the Farm���������Ever> farin-  ei and stock-raiser should keep a sup-  pl>   oi   Dr.   Aiiomas* "Eclectrie   Oil  on  han3, not only -as a ieady remedy for  ills in  ihe lamily/but because Ht-is a  horse  and caUle  medicine    of    great  potenc-c.       As   a substitute   for  sweet ���������  oil  ior horses   and  catlle  affected  by j  colic   it   far   surpasses   anything   that!  can be administered. ���������     -        ;  UPSET STOMACH  Instantly! "Pape'sDiapepsin'  Corrects Stomach so-   .  Meals Digest  Ottawa".���������Hon. Charles Stewart,  Minister of^Immigration, recently addressed'thg ^conference on immigration here,'in which the minister said  he was naturally greatly interested in  an effort-being made "to get settlers,  and was sure "that the conference  would produce--good results.  He -said it was tfhe policy of the Government to lend aid when tt was needed; and he appreciated receiving in  "con Crete" form Lhe results of the experience of the various transportation  representatives. He also expressed  the hope that such conferences wouhl  be held frequently in the futur.e for  it was only Ihrough hearty co-operation and through the co-ordinating ol  efforts that the best results could b&  obtained.  y Today   British   and   continental   immigration-received attention.      Owing  to   ihe   presence   today    of   J.   Obed  Smith, Superintendent or Inmiigration  ! lor the Dominion Government- in Lon.-  r don, and  Sir George McL. Brown, -of  : the    Canadian    Pacific   Railway,    the  ! members had the benefit of nxst-han-d"  | information on   the  situation  both in  I the British lsies-and on the continent.  j The two gave an outline of the meas-  J ures they"considered necessary for the  doing  of .effective   immigration   work  [-overseas.  ft cardie out during    lhe    discussion  1.4**..**ttm.taxf......**.,*.,t.t ft,,t*~et,*a.a...4  "Cascarets  **  10c  /  Best*  Bowel   Laxative  ".   When   Bilious,  Constipated"  X  The moment you eat a���������tablet of  "Rape's Diapepsin" your indigestion is  gone. _.No more distress Irom a -soiir,  acid,    upset    stomach.    ~So flatulence^  heartburn, palpitation, or"misery-mak-, Ula(  the Government has   under "con  mg gases,      Correct vour digestion for     .,       ,.       -   , ,  a lew cents.". Each package guaran-f SKlei'at3,on tlle .-extending of an iu-  teed by druggist to overcome -stomach ! vjiation to those countries where de-  trouble. " !"feira_ble settlers may be    secured,   and  "To clean-*out your bowels without:,  cramping- or overacting, take Cascarets.-, Sick -headache, biliousness,  gases indigestion, sour, upset stomach  and all such, distress gone by morning.  Nicest physic on earth for grown-ups  and children. 20c a box. Taste like  candy.  lWlr*������!^cs 0*-~*-2~������**e !������������������������ A*-_������nt~~^  -Six   Will   Be   Established   U-rrci-er- Plan  ~    Nearly5Complet*ed  '  Edmonton.���������FederaL plans ' for a  chain of wireless stations extending  right into the "Arelie Circle are being  completed. The stations will be  operated by the ' Dominion Government, with the primary purpose of  keeping Federal "officials In__������oi*tc*h with  one another. ".The locations for the  proposed stations are Fort Smith,  Resolution, Norman and. McPherson,  on the Mackenzie, and the sixth- at  Dawson City. -r ' "  Yukon   River   At   Dawson   Open  ���������mrmrii xltn-r. - .xi~ 0   ^..xux*.      XXX * *^A        2*3      S34.11X  *- ������������������ ~     -  open at-Dawson with slow moving ice  1  J who are'eligible for citizenship.  1      A    ieatureT   oi    the    conference "was  spirit of hearty co-operation mani-  lunning between here    and     Selkirk, j  South of Selkirk ihe river    rs -clear.-1,  The   winter   has been   cornea rati vely ]  mild so ia*,. "~          -                   -    '  Fire Destroys Eleven Autos  Origin of $25,000 Blazfe In Gravelbourg  Garage Unknown  - Gfa\elbourg.���������Fire caused a total  loss of $25,00T> wlien Deaust's Garage  was burned to ihe groundv " The origin  of the fire is unknown. All the stocks^  Qf repairs, oils and eleven cars were  destroyed, only one car being taken  out of the burning building before the  flames drove the firefighters oui.  . Several gasoline explosions occur*;  red making the work of ftrefighting  dangerous. The fire started in the  workshop at the .back of the~ garage  and spread so quickly that the workmen barely had time to get, our" without, being burned. ���������*.*.���������'������������������  MOTHER  Clean Child's -Bowels  mth  .   "California Elg Syrup"  I   1  Don't tol-  A little  -    -Don't'lose anotuor hair!  erate  destructive  dandruff.  Danderine now will save    your   h-alr;  thicken,and strengthen it; double 11b  beauty.  Falling- hair never slops- by Itself t  Dandruff multiplies until it forms -a  crusty scale, deat i-oying*- the hulv,  roots and all, resulting in bnlclnesa.  Your druggist will tell your that  "Danderine" is the' largest selling  hair saver in the world because it corrects and tones sick, ailing lialr of  men and women every time. Use one  bottle oi" Danderine, then If you find a  tingle falling ha 11* "or a particle of  dandruff,   you   can   have y_our money  ���������"back. ,  Woman Injured By Stray Bullet  Bear Itlver, Mont.���������A stray bullet,  bellevcil'to be SI'qnx ihe rifle of a  hunter, entered a window at lhc home  of Mra, Edwin M. HouHe. of Wuita-  fields while Mra. House was teleplion-  Ing., The bullet clipped ott two of  the woman's Aukoh's. fractured her Jnw  and finally lodged ln her shoulder.  Miid Winter Predicted  Trappers Say Animals  Not  Preparing  iPj- For Cold Weather  North Bay, .Out.���������Residents of the  northern woods, long famed fou their  prophecies in regard to. coming, weather, are unanimous this fall that all  signs'point to an unusually mild winter,.: ' - -        ���������  In support. of> this, forecast, visiting  .trappers state definitely that.the beavers are dilly-dallying unprecedehtly  with the construction of their winter  homes, . Observers also state that  chipmunks and.squirrels are collecting  extremely small stores of food for"the  coming months.....  the  tested. The eo-ortiinating of effort  on the part of transportation and colonization interests -wiih the -Government will, it is said, produce especially good results in the publicity and ad  vertising work. eliminating* much  duplication  It is understood 1hat as a result  of ihe conference the Government will  invite the "Lransr>cr ta tion interests to  appoint representatives to a smaller  standing committee to co-ordinate aTT  the publicity efforts of the parties in  volved. ' ,  DISCUSS FRANCO- -  CANADIAN PACT  wtst.  EYES  ._ IRIUTATED  BY  .-  SUN.WINUDUST & CINDERS  aicwHHejWBD V-Oid ss Dnucoisrs co-wiciAKa'  1*. P-I"V ^   tit. *.    Hi-.U-l.    ������';'������;     ~ts4-tm*~tnuifil~~     +i~<t.<-tm~*   K.W.t-Mlt+i-litmmWav,  1*4(2  Seized! British Ship Released  U.S. Decided Prohibition Enforcement  Had Not Been Violated  New York.-���������-The -British schooner.  Bucna, of Yarmouth, N.S., which waa  seized on Soptcinber���������14" with a. cargo  of liquor nine miles ott the New Jersey coast, was released hy Unitfid  States customs authorities on instructions from the Treasury Department.  Tho release was in line with the decision to hold no ships found outside  the Ihrc.c-iu.ile limit for violation of  thc prohibition enforcement law mv  Icbs It could be proved thoy wero  communicating with the shore by  menns of their own small boatw.       ' '  Even a sick child loves the "fruity"  taste of "California Fig ,'Syrup." if  the little tongue'is coated, oi' IE your  child is listless, <h-oss, feverish, full of.  coM, or has Colic, give a teaspoonful  to-cleanse the liver and bowels. In a  few hours you can see for yourself Row-  thoroughly it works all. the^.constipation poison, sour bile and waste out of.  the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again.  Millions of -mothers keep "California Fig Syrup" handy. They know*.a  .teaspoonful today saves a sick child  tomorrow. Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" whioh has  directions for babies and children of  all ages printed on bottle. Mother!  You must say "California" or you may  get an imitation fig syrup.  At  ���������"���������"  Find Proceeds of Portage Robbery  Winnipeg.--The greater part of the  money nnd registered,.mall"stolen from  the post office at Portage la Pratrle. on  Oct. 31 has boon recovered. It was  found under "the steps of a Portage  hpuae. Harry C. Plawett to in'..custody in conneoti.-*- with the robbery.  MINISTER       OF       FINANCE       CON-  FEDENT   OVER   RESULT   OF  CONFERENCE  . Paris.���������Hon. W. S. Fielding,  Minis-  ler of Finance tor Canada, who, with  Hon. Ernest Lnpointe, Canadian- Minister    of    Marine    and .Fisheries, has  been holding a  series  of  conferences  here with I\l. Dio1, French Minister of  Commerce   and   representative of the  Foreign Office, with a view to settling  various  commercial  questions of mutual Interest-.to  France *aiad  Canada^  addresse'd  a. meeting of British tvntiZ  ers.    -Mr*, Fielding said that although  it  was  impossible  at   present <to  announce  any   details  of  the   proposed  new treaty, he was able to say "tliat he  and; his .colleague had  been   received  by  ihp .French minister in the most  cordial manner and he had every -reason   to   believe  most   satisfactory   air-  ra^gemenis  would  result    from    the  "conference.    v  9 often tenacious^        ^  are a drain upon  the vital forces.  CQTT'S EMULS10H  strengthens the whole  system and helps  drive out the pre-  .   disposing cause.  &SC51T& Bowne, Toronto. Ont.     20-29  f&ft enever - jyou.see  x DOMINION" MATCHES  m a store you may  kno\3^-. tfial- d-aal������r*    *  fas secin*e3.IrTeJ)est /  tfie market offers/  THE DOMINION MATCH CO, UmlWj  "iivs-taarro, omtt  immmH  im  Be fuir ro your local raerchants,  AbIc to Bee hla goods and compare  prices before sending your money to  the mail order houueu.     You will find  that lt" pays.  ��������� fr"*" ! I,',",'     -   ,, *        **Z * ��������� Js  f^^..*5#.* H m^K r~ Rl .nr** wttt^tiim. IK .mmi.0'~*'^ttam���������*iiei. W ~tinim^^^lLi-  '^������^������^iM*nilii.iiniiniM*.iggM^fciii|���������j mi iymi<->r"*Min������iiii*'*i|jg^ iwyWi aiMiiiiiLBi^i^J^ib*!^  KlDNS  Urges Sun Cure  For Tuberculosis  Statistics   Support   Theory   Advanced  By French Doctor  Pacitfr���������More extensive use o������ helior  thcrap-y or cum baths Jn^h-e ti-eatuieut  of tuberculosis has been urged' upon  the Academy ot Medicine by Dr.  Amand Dolllle, He reported that a  number of tubercular cases- and also  sufferers from peritonitis had been  cured by sun baths in various sanitaria in Southern France.  The nun euro wih fur-their prattled hy  Dr. Maurice Booolt, who declared It  was beneuclal ("or cancer.  S3liitJ8lk!B wero presented to the  Institute to hIidw tnat c-nncer Is un-  lmbwrt. In the tropics audi prevalent  Jn colder countries in proportion to  their lack, of clear sun������fciin������.  *''" !S' '.*_-' A'"81*' 1������   'D! "]��������� Fiiii* '^^  ���������/������������������^*S?  A violin 11 Ceet, 7 inches high was  Mccinll-j- displayed at, New York.  reduces swelliinr, ,.-  N��������� starttwood cinmahng  The pains of strains and sprains  are due to cortRestions. Just  qittcken the clrcuEattion. -a-fl-d the  inflammation and pain subside���������  disappear. WJtBiout rubbing-,  Sloan's penetrates and breaks up  the <pa,inful congestion.  Sloan '��������� rcEieMo  ���������-aiiss, stKjalico d������u ra'ari  ��������� ������d eoujoria <lr������t������. u  tdil    "  a   tht 11 ra*tlc  chl  'ti Ik*  Sua  ~.  Mi-lffl 4H C~S������~-~~tt  &Iom������* iMlment-Wtfiainf ]  . ..   ��������� .. ������������������ , ,  in n in mul i  iiiiimiiiKiiniaiirii'M ���������   in -. - ��������� i. ���������un.'iuriif rffilWHW^ ** " "*"' "'"   ft ' " I'i '���������"���������"**|  iiBH^MNMmH  _r������~~~n THE  CRESTON  REVIEW  THE CRESTON REVIEWlHa11 on Fridav aft<*noon>t,re turn  out being most creditabl������^  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.-C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to TJ.S. points.  CF. Hayes, Editor and Owner.  4. -1 -  OKESTON, B.C.,  FRIDAY, NOV. "1-  6~  *������  iw'-?  tm~  Social Hygiene  Talk to Ladies  The Women's Institute had a  very pleasant afternoon at their  Noyember meeting in   the   Parish  pi  mi  Notice to Ilia Public  Exchange  Billiard Parlor  and Barber Sho  is stili doing tsuslqiss  at fhe same old stand  ���������We are here to stay.  ���������We have the only sanitary  shop  between  brook and Nelson  Cran-  *���������The only shop that has  equipment for Shampooing*  Sterilizing    and     Sanitary  Service.  The   usual    proceedings   of   the  monthly meeting were varied by a,  song by Miss Ruby Palmer,   and a  piano solo   by    Mrs.    G. Davidson-  Mead, both of which were much appreciated.  B-ev. Mr. ArchibokTs lecture on  '"Social Hygiene" was one that all  parents should have heard, for }\e  put before the   meeting some   very  ' *+���������     ' -  plain facts, especially as td^the  harm dofte by leaving children*!in-,  ignorance-of vital fjacts, and also  by the want of supervision of young  girls and boys at an age when it is  most needed. He pointed out how  much could be done by parents in  the way of character building  through sympathy with their chil-  j"dren and keeping their confidence.  As Mr. Archibold left by the after  noon train he did not speak at  length, but his half-hour talk was  or great interest. ,  "Later tea was served by Mesdames Thurston, Bli'ncp, Crosth-  wait and F. Smith, azsd after proceedings closed with the singing of  the national, an themi there was a,  sale of shopping bags made by the  directors, and fpr which there was  quite keen demand. ' ~- -  Ted Strong is confined to the house  at present dueto the fact that one day  last week he broken bone' in his foot  whilst at work at teamster operations,.  The ladies'' aid are planning to have  a bazaar, with sale of candy andvif ter-  noon teffi some. afternoon   about   the  middle of December. -  -    '      ' ' ������  C. jB.   -Twigg,-' assistant   provincial  horticulturist,.was the speaker at the'  last meeting" of the United Farmers,  his talk having to do with the question of re-seeding the area that was  burned oveF by the forest fires in this  section last shimmer*.      "-_        4 Z-'  Canyon local'of the United Farmers  has endorsed,the resolution submitted  them bv the Valley Ratepayers' Association, calling on the minister of  finance to jtnstruct the provincial assessor *-to cut ail farm land assessments  in half.       '   \  \     *  Mrs. Fred Thompson and Miss "Land  voi the W.A.A.    They all received the  king's xnednL for   war   service,   while  Mass Land, who was a warrant officer.H    Tobnips���������-Field btirnips, $15 a ton.  -was in -1918 mentioned in Sir Dou&ias  - fi  Hafg's   despatches   for   distinguished  service in France.  F. B, Pearce.  Teach the Children  Ganyen Gity         .--... *W4 t  ���������We solicit white trade  trade^nly.   ��������� y,- Z,  ���������All tools sterilized..  Norman Stropg, ' who has been  working at Lumberton the past few  months, arrived home the latter  part  of the week.  \ -      ���������  Eric Olsen was a visitor wifh Spokane friends a few days last week.  Jock McRobb bagged one third^ of  his season's supply of venison, having"  the good luck to bring down a'..fine  buck while operating in thf! woods  back ofthe sawmill this week.  Six teams are on   the" road   steady  these days <nV  the   Company   lumber  haul to the. siding, and  just at present  . -the lumber stock in the. yard   ts about  as low as it has ever been of late.  Lister  Teach your-children to save their money.   Start the  hoy with a savings bank account, and encourage him  by supplementing every fifty cents he sq^eo, with  "**      anothedr fifty from your own pocket.  AS patrons, large or small, are assured courteous  service in every branch of this bank. "  <A W-_./  IMPERIAL   BANK  Ca ^W. ALLAN,  OF CANADA  ������RESTON BRANCH,  Jbfasflgair..  SQBB  -B*������~  We run the Pick of the Pictures only  mm THEATRE  Regular Prices  Jack Burgess, who  has been , working   with "E. Thompson   and   J.   W.V  Head on a logging contract in   Idaho,  has retWried to luster.  "* Fred Bagshaw is at" his home here  for a^fe^-daysfroB! "Kloeknsann, Idaho,  whei e he is now, employed. -  WalterJSdwards is another visitor  to the settlement, looking after his interests here.   ���������."' -.;- /'. *\* " "  -. The fact that the Land Settlement  Board's" agreements with  the settlers  became.-effective November 1st brings  to light the  fact  that  at least-50 per  cent, of the settlers, have now  signed  their agreements, and that practically  all will have done so  before the end of  the month. - -  -     ,     " '"'      ���������~   /  A hard   times dance will   be held at  the schoolhouse   on   Saturday   night.  Nov.   25th,   commencing at 9 o'clock,  the admission fee to the men being 50  cents, while the  ladies   are   asked   to  bring lunch.    Persons attending  this  function dressed  in their best'-elothes  will be fined 50 cents.      The  la'dy who '  won the first prize at the last affair of  this'-sort was. gowned in   a creation of  feed s.icks.     JThe proceeds  go toward  the funds for the ���������' children's Ch list mas  entertainment. '  ������������������-���������-. "-ft ,4" ��������� '"<--  ������v- In cohnectioni-ivith the  recent niena-  ;i",.        ' -���������  or>al unveiling'at Oreston mention  should be made^that at least three of  Lister's lady active service empire ser  vers were not able to" participate in  the pa.rade and other exercises. These  are Mrs. Fred Powers of the air force,  Hdft Air  Steam  and  Hot Waiter  Heating  Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock o������ J?ipe  and-Pipe Fittings on hand.  E. W. fe^KMAN,-iGr^ton  =��������� <  i Wow im the Time  Filmed in Winnipeg bp Ernest Shipman  u3 Hiuron  /  for Winier  TIMSER SALE X 4557  o **  The screen version of "Corp. Cameron."  Directed by Ralph Connor, author of the book.  Sealed tenders will be received. by  the undersigned not later than noon  ���������>n the 4th day of December, 1���������22, for  the purchase of . Licence X4557, near  Oreston, to cut 1530 cords of Cedar  Posts. ^  Two years will be allowed for removal of ti in beit,  Further particulars of the District  Forester. Gran brook, B.C.  ..y.-y. i.j$n~"-i  y?Ly.  .We' Jia>e just :'i|ke kind bf^3[^mber you need  ."*"..    Z-"Zi "J''.y  y  to" do in is work.    '���������:'".     v p : "'''  "     J* "' ���������--. ,       ���������"��������� .-���������������������������- -.  K*1  ' ��������� -*���������������������������*���������*���������* -.,-���������-- _���������  Protect your house  from Fire by  building a Brick Chimney  ^We have the Brick V  Also Lime, Cement, Shingles, Lath, Mouldings, &c.  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED  ~L  iJi^BJiBBi     ^pii^iQi  mmm  / mm.  See Chaplin in one of the funniest of his  many productions.  Two Big Shows for the Price of One  No advance in prices.  Achi evem en ��������� t!  tr\.  A Savings Bank balance built  up by careful economy and  s&l&dcnial will give you-greater  satisfaction, than an equal sum  secured    without    difficulty    or  fcixertion  The advantages of such a  reserve are  vv'-rlh a p^nuine effort  VJ.~ wefoDnif accounts, small or Bar ye.  ��������������������������������� JmWaWSk  ' K~W  B__m ~*n~~~i"~w4~~\   BfiB 4p*k ___fi__0 B ~~~n* B~wa  ^y Bf'EBBr^^   S3 bb 53 Bit mS S3 BS Br___f __w  A shipment of Jaegar All-Wool <ioods from England  .  ���������- '.  i y_,  .'.j :. y~.._~_':y~L..?:..L~_? ~~~~yy~_y~ i..~Z_.L~...- _ ���������' ������������������....  Boys'Coat Sweaters, size 26, 3.00; size 28, 3.25; size 30, $3.50  1  "is*  Children's Sweaters  V  Size 20, in white, saxe and navy $1.50  Size 22, in saxe,,navy and brown  1.75  Size 24, in "brown, navy and saxe  2.00  Size 26, navy and brown  2.25  Size 28, navy and brown  2.50  Size 30, navy aad brown..;   2.75  Size 32, navy and brown    3.00  Men's Sweaters and Sox  Men's Sweater Coats, in grey jand  heather  .6.00 and $ 7.50  Men's Sleeveless Sweaters * 5.o0  Men's Heather Sox 75e.  and    1.00  Men's Black Cashmere Sox.���������75c. &    1.00  Men's   Black   Sox   in   Silk   Embroidered  , ;      1.25  v;     11  THE CANADIAN BANK  il  PAID-UP CAPITAL       - - $15^0,000  RESERVE FUND - - $15,000.0001  CRHS'aOH BRANCH, ���������. G. Bennett, Manager.  =J  Ladies5 Hose  in  black, brown and heather mixture.  Ask for an Illustrated Jaeger Catalogue and Price List  RESTON bvIERCANTILE COSViPAriY  LIMITED  IjWM-WWWWfflMWINW'MIWMIWWM  sums  *?:-~.,t.  m mma__mitm.'4aJia_������������������M  J-    -.  nm  B  -���������? ���������j'-'t  y  THE^CS������STON. SEYIE W  a*dAS) Enoine Fob _Sai.e���������5 h.p.  Stickney engfcie. in good shape, $175.  Wm. Browell, Canyon."  Ccws Eok Sale���������Young cows, two  and tnree years * old, al! have jost  freshened, will be sold with or .without  calves, $50 and up. JMl*s. J. B. Rudd.  Wvnndel. ���������*,  N  Fob- Sale���������Kerosene    engine   and  slab saw. set  up ready-for operation,  .saw is new. engine tn good  shape, going    cheap.      Morrow's    Blacksmith.  Shop. Creston.  4s there any  Meat in  the  House ? _  S This is the first question that presents itself  'to the housewife if an-  unexpected visitor drops  in for & meal. But why  worry?    -   .  phamrock Brand  Hants and Bacon  Finest   Quality ?  Cooked Mam  i Lunch Meat  Bologna, <&c~  are always to- be had  here. In meats nothfpg  quite equals ���������Shamrock'  products.  Creston Girl is  Brutally Killed  &0OBfLtt.  * J.-.-/  ������    8$ ospsSs of      M  --..'���������-. m4   .      >'*"  1-iiil A@fi AisisBifnBiEB-ls  fffett  of, first-class   land  an acre; second-class tc  - Minimum  reduced te $E  93.69 an sera  ^.^i-wnptlon  now  confined 'to*'.*'*������us-  veyea lands only. y ���������-..       -���������--.  t~~$AtS~~T$? ���������XniJl,e ������������u?t������d covering only  land suitable for agricultural purpose*  and which Is non-timb������r land. ��������� ^"-Tv  K������*tt5tn5.rshl5 Pre-emptions aboHabeck.  out parties of not more than four may  awraMo for adjacent pre-emptions  WKfc Joint residence, but each making  - J^ga������y Improvements on respective  ������J?-l*'5Ptoiir5 mB!t occupy claims for  2IS^iTe^r^,?nd mafca ImprovemeDtB to  w.u-������2f ���������*1A,p<T.a*orej Including- clear-  ta* and cultivation of at least & acres.  b������g*������-������ receiving Crown Grant. ^^  imJPif}^ Xg*0-������n������Ptor In occupation not  JSf5.iS?ian 8, year^ and has made proportionate improvements;, he may, b������-  ���������granted Intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer, his claim.  _t__}ecoraB without' permanent residence may be issued, provided ani>U-  *Saa "aak������B improvements t������ esten&e*  WOO per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvement*  or record aarae win operate as for-  i^2iu^������'���������TiM'������ cana������t> obtained Sa  eft? *rnnn ������j.yeaTBt *P* Improvements  of $10 00 per acre, including- 5 acres  ^eafe������S and cultivated, and residue  -eqU,rewI������t ^Hp^.5&***  farm,   vldea   statutory     _  SS?-*r!LaI.doniso  maintained  granted land  ��������� occupation  improvements  on  pro-  made  Crown  ~~m&*^Z2Z&n9m*''~-*t ������o������e������HnK 20  acres,   may be leased as, homesfteST  y������?+u~- 1itJibitainea afl������r *ulnillnB nat  d*^^?JJm������,r������!y-������������ent conditio-  srcr srs~~itti_M. una -Industrial nurn  leased by one person or company.  JSSl &5S������*7- ��������������� tnaustrlanSlii  timb������ Earsor^sssasr ^ru^ss  conditions Include  ma^r ba purchased; w  ������������!^J*J!"TOMI**  Ne^^������������h^n^^i,,Wl\ toaccosalble  esdstins reader may bs, purchased  imr,n.i Upon constructionTofs"read  Rebate pfone-half of oostof  ~     half of Duranane  HOQUIAM, Wash.. &ov. 18.���������A  purported vye -witness* account of  the slaying at Copal is, Wash.:, 2p  mile from here, of Mrs. Johnson and  Alice Bolton, and the Suicide of  Hjalmar Anderson, was given here"  today bf John Berg, a logger. Berg  said he only escaped death atTAnder- -  son's hands by hiding in the timber  near the cabin where the tragedy  occurred.    Mrs. Johnson liyed here,  - Alice Bolton came   to" Copalis 'recently from Vancouver.  In the Bolton "girl's pocket book  weretToiind several 4-uoney orders  sept-from Creston, B.C.  Bergsaid that Anderson's jealousv  of himself, aroijsed because 'Mrs  Johnson had taken him into her  cabin on the beach at Copalis, to  care for him during an illness,  caused the tragedy. He said Anderson shot an.d killed' tbe woman,  knocked hint down and seized the  Bolton girl and  slashed  her   %vith a.  vpocket knife. He crawled from Jjfetr  caj-rfn. he said, and the girl rah out  after him. She fell, and" Anderson  overtook her and shot her through  the temple. Berg said Anderson  then searched a short tins������ for htm  and finally emptied .his pistol into  hfs own body. ~ ,1  News of  the  shocking   tragedy  ' reached here on Saturday morning  Mrs. Bolton getting a, wire informing of the fatality, and   asking fo r  instructions for shipment of the remains, bnt no  details of   the affair  were disclosed.   After consideration  it was decided   to haye the   burial  at  Blairrnore," Alta.,   the   former  home of line family, and   where a  married sister   still   resides,   Mra J  Bolton and   other members of  the  family   leaving    imniediately-xfor  Blairmore  to  attend   the last gad  obsequies.  ' Th,e ihurdered girl was about  nineteen years of age and of attractive personality and appear*  ance. For some months previous  to leaving Creston in July last she  had been employed as waitress at  fche Oreston and Commercial hotels,  And on leaving here went to Cranbrook then a little later to Nelson  and appears to have been moving  ever since. She is one of a family  of eight, her mother being widowed  about two years ago when her husband was found dead in his shack  in Northern jgrHish Columbia  where he was trapping or prospecting-  y The dead girl had been resident  here hardly two years, and was of  a most likeable, disposition. In her  heavy bereavement Mrs. Bolton  and family ha ve the-sy mpathy of all.  hy..   conditional upon  to them.   *Rebat<   road,   not exoeedlne  price. Is made.  PRE-BMPTORtt'      rWBE      GRANTS  -Q .       ACT.  The Mope of this Aot Is entorskd: to  time within whi^ithe*helrai or devisees  ^L\^?CMm^.a P^-������mptor w apntS  fSSS.   -?I~~?-H** y,wu- from *h������ 0������a������h ol  ���������ueh  person,,  as ���������formerly,   until   nni  SSLitlvS^ W������l������������ 1������ tlta mm.-,.  rS������~~ta~^^xSSj_i  not ment to March BI, 1M$,  ^au������i-Pu������cnAocnj or crown  9s~^J������^^^sglS^  purohiue. Involving forrfeltur^. on fSl*  er������3e-^������ IS51^.���������W.<,,*^.a*������fc-Purch.aa-  p*3, p   be    dlstrlbut  whole   area.  made by Hay  ers do not olaluf whole of orT^fmTl1 Sar  0*3. ptuv3uui������ aarloe due and taxes Si  be    di.trlbuted    pMporSanat^?* _^  -Public Library Matters  .1    Beginning the flrst week of December the.library will be open on both  Tuesday and Saturday afternoons,  from 8 to 5 o'clock. Members are retain ded that all subscriptions expire  on December Slst. and it ie hoped that  many new members will join in the  new year. Now that 260 books are  received from' Victoria every few  months, besides the 300 or more books  owned by the library, and which are  added to when ever funds permit of  tho purchase of new books, or by donations of hooks from any who have  volumes thev htaro read, or do not  wish to keep. The membership i& $2  pep year for two hooka, or $3 for four  books. For the haH0 year $1.20 ts  charged, and for the quarter year 00  cents.  For Sami���������Goal heater, in good  shape, #10, Morrow's Blaeksmitb  Shop, Oreston.  proportionately  lloatloha   mt'att  A.  OB All NO,  ffrth  over  h~  Z!?������7������i?7J!T5,5,n|r i'^^lotB and range  ���������aminietratton   under   Commlit������ionei>  Annual *railn������<-permit*T|e"u"d \~~u~~i_  sa^*������ars,iaas3stE*a:e  +rZ^~~-1 --TiJSSf'      *������">o������-owijer������    m������y  Torna Assoomtiona for ranwe inmnn->i-������.  to tern SmS. travelfers, ���������������,,  Mm mirsinetgH  She������ andHamnmm  Mlepairin������  Men's  Half Soles, $1.25  Women's IJalf Soles, $1.00  Guaranteed for 0 months.  Secondhand Store in connection  with btB3incs~~i  io ciioosa  that Christmas  You can settle the gift question now by choosing a Victrola.  You can come in right now and reserve yours frnm the rsisny  models and finishes we have. Few gifts provide so much real  and lasting enjoyment as aVictrola and **His Master's YbSce"  Victor Records.    Young and old together  share in them equally?*  Think of some home that now lacks  the stimulation and solace of good music!  Mark it on your list for ja VIctrola, sur69  this ^year*     We will  deliver,   anytime^  %ctxoiaNo.9 9100.M    .anywiw.yOTr  Ar^T^PElSf^^D^  ./���������  Ford Touring Car f eoebe Forei* Ontario  ������  New Prices oil all Models  .'" '��������� ' z  Chassis.���������...............r... -$345  Runabout. ......  405  Tot.ring.0'-'0-0....0....0...r....0 44S  Truck ChaBBia-..-.-.��������� 495  Coupe.���������0'Z.���������.���������:  69S  Sedan ... ... 78S  Tho above prices nro f.o.b. Ford, On.t.  Starting nnc^ electric liRhtincf on  Ohusato,   Runabout,  Touring;,   Trnek  Ch������,DGio $85ostro.  On Oowpe   and.   8o<3i\nt, ntmrfcinfj  atrad  eloctrlo lighting ure standard  equipment, i  ,* \  1"N   announcing *"a   price of  #45 for'the Ford Car in  Canada,    the    Ford    Motor  Company of Canada, Limited,  ^have made good the manufacturing ideal of Henry Ford���������  a   car   so   low in   price���������so  honest in manufacture���������quality sa backed by service of a  -kind   undreamed  of  by any  other   manufacturer���������that   it  is available   to  the  smallest  purse.  At the same time there are  closed    models    of    beauty,  manufactured and serviced in  th������ same way for those who  can pay more for added  comfort.  ~~~~~~0~~~~~~~0~~~~^~i-m-~~tf^^  f* ^jr^Z^i^m ^^ A    +JA.~m JJ-, ������* g  vrcdiun "Auto  cc.   -rwiiti.tiiv  B JKHS 83k10Q&WA GRftSXOHtlB.fl^  <&  mi) j  il:  M:  pi  m  m  y~.  ���������������������;? v:p, .;..v������i .-.**i>*.f\Q'. f%f  HEADACHELBILIQtISNESS  ff  IT  :amada  ****<  ��������� BY   ELINOR MARSDEN   ELIOT  Published by Special   Arrangement^  with the Author  (Continued)  XXIII.  ������ ,*.     0 Bar B "Ranch,  December 4th, 19���������*  I am homesick, homesick, HOMESICK, and only- my pride, together  #ith a feeling of obligation towards  .Mx.s. Bingham, keep me- from telegraphing for a berth on the next boat.  It* I were to leave Carbon City to-morrow I could be home in time for,  Christmas. That wretched scarlet  fever seems to have burned up all ray  strength of mind, and it is only by  filling every moment with emplbyrnent  that I am able to keep from giying in  to my loneliness. The home letters  are full of Christmas plans, and it is  almost more than I can bear. Mother  ���������coaxes me to come home, and ^J can  read between the "linos that they7 all  had many an anxious hour when I  was ill. But t will not go; there, is  really no reason, beyond* that ot* self-  indulgence, why F-should go, and I do  not approve of self-indulgence.  Mrs. Bingham still watches ovei*. me  professionally.      t    am    not    growing  .strong as quickly  as  she-would like,  so. she insists upon giving m-e*a tonic.  According to the wrapper on the bottle, the tonic is "the nutritive: consti-.  tuents of the blood of beef.''      At ni;st  I thought that it consisted principally  of a clever combination of bad tastes,  but by again i-eferrmg to the label.; 1  found that it contained the following*  unpronounceable     ingredients,     along  "with    several    more     familiar    ones:  haemoglobin,       seralbunien,       sodium  chloride, and phosphoric achydrate. If  all   cattle   have   that   stuff flowing  in  their veins, it is no wonder that even  the   mild   dairy-cow' sometimes   kicks  the milking-pail over I  We have been 'to the Agency, to  Paget Park, and to the Carroll farm  - within the last month, and we have  had a great deal of company here; but  I do not care for anything���������E just  want to go home. The Carrolls have  had a stroke oi* luck; while I was ill  a bachelor brother of Mr. Carroll's  died (very coir.-eniently for them) and  left them enough money to keep them  in comfort at home. Mrs. Carroll  was fairly running over with happiness when she came to saj- good-bye  to us. They sail from New York this  week.  written   forty letters since  -. and.half a dozen or so re-  be     written ^to-day.       My  shopping   was   conspicuous  ieuc<_- ibis year.      I seut each  have  I  last Sund;  retain"   ro  Christmas  Ivy i*i> ab.-iei  of the home-folk a pair of beaded  slipper moccasins made by *E!!en  Prince of Wales, -.-.nd I sent Mary the  money to Imv* presents in Winnipeg  for niy C~m.t\Uii. frie-nds. Mary'  loves to shop, fr'.-rv. for someone else.  I have not b*en so Carbon City since  . was ill, .--nil I i.!id n*>������. like to trouble  for mc  do   not  : t.o get  place,  tound   enough to write    about     when-  everything vs as new and strange, and  no doubt I shall    find    it'  interesting  reading when I am.a be-capped and.be-  spectaclediOld lady-. ��������� **���������  I am not nearly so homesick as 1  was a fevvweeks ago, although I slill  wak,e in the morning-with a very viv.id  realization of the-size of" the eartTi,.  Ef I invested in a nice, little-globe, say-  nine inches in diameter, would "Wilmington- seem any closer to the "Bar  B,^I wonder? (I wish the purists  who object to the use of "wonder" in  this connection- vvould provide an unoffending substitute.) But before I  have rubbed the sleep out:of my eyes  a" voice comes from tlie other side of  the room, "Oh, Elinfor! Is'it time to  get up already?" and the edge is immediately taken off my homesickness.  Of-'-course, you will guess at once to  whom the* voicej belongs, 'srf why  should T try to be mysterious simply  to whet the curiosity of a possible but  improbable reader?.      ZZ'  A, week ago to-day Mrs. Eingham [  ancTMr:. "Livingstone vvent.to Carbon I  City "to bring out the Christmas  ���������mail."'- Sunny and I were sitting in  the firelight, when. - they" .came home  just at dusk, Sunny busy chattering  about the .probable nature of Santa  Claus's load, audi pretending to listen  but with my thoughts thousands of  miles away. It wasvery windy, so  windy that we could not hear-anything  outside.'the'"house, and I did not know  that "Mother and Uncle Don" kaS ro.  turned until "Somephe slipped - up behind my chair and blindfolded nie with  a pair of cold but very liye"'hands.  "Guess, Miss Eliot," laughed Mr.  Livingstone.  "''-. -      .--  "Oh, Auntie Elinor," shouted Sunny,  almost beside herself with excitement, "guess who's here., We'll have  a good time now, you bet!" And for  this once Mrs. Bingham let; Suriny's  slang pass unreproved.~ ���������  I had been blindfolded "by that particular pair of hands too often to" be in  doubt as to their identity, Jbul I could  not get their owner's name"past tbye  him p-in my throat I Mary herself���������  for of.course it was no one else���������was  half laughing and half crying,"and saying ..ovei- and over, "TWanted to come  when you were_ sick, "but Dad������������������ wouldn't  let nie, because^ I never--nad scarlet  fever. -*An<l you might have died  away out here, with nobody to care  whether you got better or not:"  "Oh, I say, " Miss Arnold, that is  rather unfair," objected ' Mr." Livingstone. And w-hen "neither Mary nor I  'answered him, he^-picked Sunny 'UPx  and left tiie roo*^, "saying in a mock-  tragic xyoice as he went, "We may  just as well...make ourselves .scarce,  kiddie. Auntie -Elinor doesn't want  us any more.!' Mrs. Bingham followed them:*--   :--" ���������������������������-��������� :- i  I lighted the gas and then turned  Mary around and around to se if she  had changed. SheI "is, If anything,  prettier than ever, and in her _ long  grey--squirrel coat and grey  turban trimmed with- pink rosebuds  she made .a charming, picture. I  trembled for the susceptible "Mr.  Paget. '    ���������** '   -..-  To  tell  the. truth,  the  Bar  B  men,  from Mr. Bingham    to    Lee,    are    all  more    or    less  susceptible-rto Mary's-,  charms.      The very morning after she  arrived she went    into    the    kitchen,  borrowed  a  big apron  from Lee, and  proceeded tQ. make  an immense dish  of chocolate fudge.     "Lee all the-while  looking   on  with   undisguised  admiration,  and  handing  her the  necessary  articles  almost  before   she asked   for  them���������and with the rest of us Lee is  absolute monarch in his own domain!  Then, too, Mary flirts" .disgracefully  with   Mr.   Livingstone,  whom  she   insists upon calling "Uncle Don."      He  seems to  enjoy the process  as  much  as she does, and  returns the  compliment by calling her "The Little One,"  altogether    regardless of    who    hears  ; him.      On Christmas  Eve  the David-  ,| sons,   Dr.   McMurray,   Mr.   Paget  and  Miss Marshall were here    for    dinner,  NEW   LAMP   BURNS*  94%   Aifl      -���������  / / ��������� -  Spanish Police Aearo-Ji*a Jitsu  by  Beats JSlectfic. or Gas  Jap Systern of SeSf-Defense Taught  German Instructor    ���������  . A German policeman" has jiisjt finish-  ���������9<"T"givin.g; instruction - in jiu-jitsu, the  Japanesa method of "self-protection, to  A new oil lamp riffat gives an amazingly    brilliant; %o_tZ white light, even ,  better than gas or electricity., has been ! guardians of the public-order in Spain,  tested by the ILS. Government and 35 '     --        ���������'        -------  leading universities and found to be j  superior to 10.Pprdinary oil lamps. It \  burns without 'odor, smoke or noise��������� :  no pumping up, -is- simple, clean," safe. \  Burns 94 per cent, air and 6 per cen|.  -conimbn kerosene {coal-ail>. ���������  ~The. Inventor, T. V. Johnson, 579 Mc-  Dermot Ave., Winnipeg, is offering to  send a* lamp dn 10. days' FREE trial,  or even to give one FREE to the first  user in each locality who will helpjhim  Introduce it. ^ Write him today for  full "particulars/; ; Also ask him to explain how you cang-^t tire agency, and  without experience or money make  $250*to $500 per month.  Herr Wozn-y bf������ Lhe Berlin criminal  police "department" returned"" recently  from the engagement for a "brief  visit home. Having i "������������������astablished a  reputation in Berlin as a police instructor, especially in "jiu-jitsu,  Wozny's services were "borrowed" by  the   Spanish-Taut-hor'itles.. "*"    His ' com-  His  mission included th'e "development of  police jiu-jitsu leachera- at Barcelona  and Instruction looking toward tlxe^es-  taUlishment ot���������a_Cjui-jifsu squad in  Madrid.-v       .       ���������_.   ���������  and Miss Rtarshail's face as she  watched Mary ,and Mr. "Li-vingsione  was a study In expression. Mary and  I. went upstairs'* with her when she  went to put on her wraps before going  home, ahd she took the opportunity to  ask Mary df -she had known- Mr. Livingstone long.  "Why,-no," replied Mary, almost 1oo-  sweetly;   *'I -never saw him until  last  summer:"  (To be continued)     ' -  Separation, But No Alimony  A peaceful, quiet���������separation, no  damage done, everybody happy again  ���������that's the situation when -you  divorce^ your" corns. - Try Putnam's  Qorn Extractor. Acts like magic, no  pain, no failure, success every time.  Refuse a substitute for "Putnam's",  25c  everywhere. *  ! i  'A  ^-"^     One Ray of Joy   .  "And \vhalf-kind of a filling do you.  wanl, my little man?'' asked-a kindly <!*  dentist of a small boy who had heen  suffering a dozen martyrdoms in  ther  chair,    r "  ��������� ���������-  rf  GASSED OVERSEAS     '  ;   SPLL SHOCKED  and RHEUMATISM  Mr.    P.    M.    Blaquiere,    Morinyiilc.  Alta.,.   writes:���������"Alter     three     years  s-^r^'ice   overseas   I   returned   to   Canada almost ascomplete wreck.      1 had  been_ gassed, and  was   suffering   from  shell" shock a"nd"* rheumatism, and was.  'so nervous 1-could-not sleep at night.  I  tried many medicines  and  doctors,  but none of them did me any good ior  anj-^length of time.   ^ I .got so bad, in  the   Fall ot"  3 919,���������any  hands  were so  shaky t could scarcely hold anjrthing,  and it seemed as if 1 had a steel band  pressing on my head.      The 4east ex-  -citement would almost drive me  into  fits, and my whole"" system" seemed Jo  be in disorder.      I'had cramps in my  legs nearly  every night, and  hot and  cold chills running -up and down���������my  I back nearly all the time.      One day T  decided tc try Miiburn's    Heart    and  Nerve Pills, and alter I had taken six  boxes I began to feel better.      I kept  on using them and after a while 1 was  completely relieved."  Price   50c   a   box  at   all   dealers   or  squirrel   mailed  direct on   receipt of price  by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont..,   ~rZ :--'  Victims  of  Lyncji  Law  Many Punished In States Without,Any"  Discoverable, Reas-on ���������-  ������ During the thirl y-three years since  1889, eighty-three women have beew  -lynched in the United States," Or  these,-seventeen were of Caucasian-  blood. Mississippi heads the list  with fifteen instances. Texas opnie������  "nfe'xt withg ten, and-Alabama third  with-nine. Many of these'disgraceful episodes have been based on the  charge of murder, but in a surprising  number no reason hj).s been tliscovei-  abie. In the same .uerioti .of time thc  total number of-victims of lynch Jaw.  was 3,436, of whom white nien ariW women numbered 71S. An attempt--is  beingsmade-tp enroll a million women  among the "Anti-Lyaching" Crusaders"  who will seek to create public sentiment throughout the country against  this most abhorrent of all the "examples ol: mob violence. The organization will also support the Dyer AniF  Lynching Bill in Congress.  _T It  was the !nrst   cheerful  wdtd the=  boy had hea-rd for an hour.  .0,  vrxxtttiii.tr        Ciiu*C%Ji.cli.c, K���������  1'Cp.l  "brightening visibly.-  Weekly.  -American Legion-  A   "Junior : Red Cross Hospital has  A.    '  ���������    been opened at Calgary, Alta.^ . for  treatment of children whose parents  are without funds.  Keep Your Health  . '  '���������. B'SB-:���������   All Night with Astfima. Everyone  knows how attacks" of asthma often  keep their victims awake the whole  night long. Morning finds him wholly-unfitted for a day of business, and  yet, business must still-, be carried  through. All this night suffering and  lack of rest can be- avoided by . the  prompt use "of DvTJ. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy, which positively  does drive away the attacks.  Minard's *Lln'ment Co.. Ltd.,  THE   OLD' RELIABLE."  YarmouU>������N.S.  TRY   ITI  Warning Ft-hn Von  Hindenburg  The: speech m^le by' Fle4d-Mai*s.hal  voh Hindenburg, on his seventy-fi'fth  birthday, is to be noted. "We must,  above all,"' he said, "have men who  know well how to exploit, the possibilities of foi-^ign policy." There  could be no clearer warning that -Oer-  many will make mischief if  discovered in "the Entente.  rifts are  The United States makes about  3(30,000,000 lead pencils a year, or  more than eight pencils .for" each  of its inhabitants.  Could Not Eat  Constipation ~"is* caused oy a  torpid condition of "the liver. Dosing with salts, castor oil, etc., -to  move the bowels, cannot- -afford  more ihass, temporary relief.  ._ -If you are to" rid yourself of  this ailment and tlie score? of annoying symptoms and diseases  wmch come in its wake, it is,  necessary to get the liver right by  such' treatment as is suggested in  this letter: '"'���������'���������        v  Mrs.   Alvin: Richards,   R: ;R.  No. I, Seeley's Bay, Ont.. writes:  "For two yeais I was .afflicted with  indigestion, and in the morning when I  got up my breath was bad. I had a  poor appetite, and just felt like eating  certain foods. I" used many differenl  snadictn'es as a !a*������ative withotit brneBt,  and the doctor'a medicine did" not help  me at all. Finally I tried Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills, and found them bet-  ������er than. anything 1 had ever tried. I  can highly recommend them-to a-ny-  ono tr-miMec! with constipation"-0* Sidney troubles."  Dr. Tv~ Chase's - Kidney-Liver  Pills, one pill a dose, 25c a box,  all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates &  Co., Ltd., Toronto.  iii  any**-Mn*-.?-*;  town���������I  > b'-rn able  fc VU nil       il  Mrs.  Binchan-; .a Kcrt.  -when   .h?-  -.t<-v.l  into  ���������^UTiTro*���������-���������<=��������� I should hrsv  whar E vri'ir.-tr*d 5n so  anywfiy.  Mr. ..IvlTtZxiisTi*. h~> bWn away foi'  nr*arly *v,-r> v:'p]������������������:������. ll**- wmi to VDhft  rn   p.t-r.rnl   ������1k-   ii'>ari-i*-ip������>   ar'   his   ���������HdfiHt.  bror)i<*r.  farm.  or th'* i  'iv*  Vf '  "tf-T.I  OIV  T.iio    in a  *:i. it ini back  nae^s  to-mo  ihe  rrow  XXIV.  IJ.  tt* 15 Hancli.  r>'C'-mbcr 27.  10 - .  I    (-rroaily    i'c;tr    ihat. my  many othr?r dl.'i.ri������?������, hi about.  a  thlnp;  of  tV.  nn*'.   Mtarls.  am too Ijuhv ti> H-iit������>. or I  \nK   fo   writ**   a.l.ioxit.        Ho  !������������Hik     in     ii\i*.ni.-.t     fiill.       I  ���������Uary. \-\.t.  lO   DeCODI-fl  L'lLl.cr  I  have uoi'li-  w-fivr-i',   my  tcri.al3ily  *^  (I  \  /  Frank H-fflgB  \  \  Tlie* l>c������si FiH-e1 Cis.i Tobacco  lor Rolling Your Own;  15* per packet���������>������lb.iin 80^  06"DEfi"S UVERPCOL  ^v Ctgar'<?//<? Papers w//A fetch fktfot  %>  ������.  ^**5iij*,j  ~yyz������[-  mj&** i hum      00*  -\\  51  ;>- ., *. f   _   i,  33BCE REVTBW. CRESTON. B. CL  ^  iTHEWHITESTJ  m  Il.flit:  L������-**������  Gueo^rrfeed -to bethel purest^  "and- Best* b&Kmg 'powder; pp^tble .  -���������fo ]5roduce.cBec6kUse 6r the purify  &n<3 high QaaJHy of the. ingredients  oY-TY-egic" "B&kin^ ' Powder  ite "  leavening   Qu&j-mee> &re .-pferfject-  e>jxi it 16 therefore economical-  ' E WIGILLETr COMPANY LIMITED  -vxtjmnipeo    ''1QRONTO.CANADA.    Montreal  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  ���������wi  \ji/j^i������iri nr  ona  a raveler  -Long Journey iVi Prairie Schooner  . After a summer's travel - from the.  State of Idaho,. two farmers W. W.  Harris and H. ^H. Hall,'have completed .their 1,500-mile journey in a  prairie schooner and "have -.achieved  their goal by securing homesteads in  the Pouce -Coup country. Alberta.  THE AVERAGE WOMAN  7 NEEDS WRE BLOOD  B:C.  Copper  Bulk _af Copper- Mined in -Canada lz  Produced in British Columbia  Although producing theHsulk oi copper mined In Canada, British Columbia has only* three small plants manufacturing Jn-ass ancl copper, articles,  with an annual production of $57,314,  .as - compared with 59' manufacturing  plants in Canada, with an annual production -value of $13,760,311. ^The  bulk of the manufacturing plants are  in Ontario and Quebec. Ontaria has  39 plants, producing $6,774^666 worth  ol goods; Manitoba, 3, producing  $955,998; Quebec#12, $5,525,153; and-  New Brunswick,'2, producing $477,780.  Canadian, Fur Farming  Irj>iU3i.iry- ma*irig napta. Progress  "According to  Reports - ���������  HOW'S THIS?  Poor Blood the Cause of Headaches  and Run Down Feeling  To the woman in the home���������the woman closely confined, to the house,  either through household duties or the  care of children,    or    both���������Dr.    Wil-1-  Ur, ^...I.    -TS*! V.      **_!**.,        ~ .. -     ^.        -,. .ill..-       V^v  .  . .      *  aai~~~u.S   jta-ixx.   jrluri   eU'*:   a,  jwimciA c   OivSS- j  ing-     Her nerves are easily irritated]"  and she -worries ovei- little things; has M������r T .<, n .-.ppn,..,���������.-,.,- .,, _  severe headaches and backaches and-! wSt%Scfto '8P������3t&^m^sfsfom ol  generally-teels worn out. -With the'; Catarrh or Deafness caused -by catarrh.  woman who uses Dr. Williams* Pink ' 5^*������. not recon������^et^ it for any other-  Pills the"condition is different. She'j" -haLL'S CATARRH MEDICI-NTE is a  is, always well and the care of her.ehfi-; l,13*uld/, taken internally, and act a through  ^i.,.,*..  ^^ v.���������.-^.^^   Atii-ir.-     tr. - ~      i : sn~   Dlood   upo-n   tbe   imicous  surfaces   of  Ji.O������    xj\     .xSJKX&iV-ixvjxt���������.    UUU-cS        as**   -   a        i-cai      -" - -  pleasure. This is because Dr. Williams' Pink Pills enrich and purify the  blood, * supply which brings vigorous  health and strength" Mrs. H. Everitt,  Parry Harbour, Ont., has used Ihese  pills with benefit and says:-r-"I cannot recommend Dr. Williams' Pinfc  Pills too.highly j I was run down and  v-ery weak, and after using the piiis I.  f���������lt  like   a   different   woman.  They  are -wonderful strength builders. For  nursing mothers they areja blessing,  at'Ieast I -have found them so."   ���������  It.you are^-suffering from any-ctra.-"  dition' due to" poo*r; .wateryblodd, or"  weak nerves, begin taking- Dr. Williams' Pink Pills" now, and note ���������. how  your strength and health will improve.  You can .get these -pills through "any  dealer in medicine, ei- they will be  sent by-inailr post paid, at 50> cents a  box or six boxes J or $2.-50 from The  Dr. Williams1- Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  -   JSigh Uhundred an<l seventy-five- million fine ounces of gold, valued-at $187-  000,000,000 have been produced hy-the  ,*w*^)r]d-. since-Columbus discover-ed America.  British  Columbia  Fruit Wins  " "Despatches from London, England,,  announce; .tliat..' .-British Columbia---apples, won four first prizes; at~the Im-  .p'erial Pood Show recently held" and  British ' Columbia "jpears. won two  third jjrizes. , ,;;:.7,'..-.. ..",   *-;_. ,'Zi'Z    . .">"  - '  1 WOMAN'S WORK  1^1 Sa W -Sala'"'"''fir W11 ������������������������-������������������ *  It Seems So in Many Cases  and Good Health is Always  ^Necessary   :    , .-  tne system, thus reducing the infiamma*  t'o������ ancl assisting Nature in restoring  normal conditions.  AU Drusg-ists.       Circulars free.  -   F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.  World's Huge Gold Production  Ovsr-^Eight     Hundred     Million  -    ��������� Ounces in 430 Years  Fine  public treasuries of the world���������$2,000,-  t'00,000 is in the United"States treasury. The-other $10,000,000,000 worLlf  of gold has been used -np in the indus  trial arts or has disappeared^"in tile  13 years since the keeping of accurate  gold���������statistics-began...  An Oir, tjh*at "is Famous.���������Though  Canada was not"! the birthplace .of Dr;  Thomas' Eclectrie Oil, it is the horn*  4.of. that famous compound. Prom  here its good name was spread to Central ahd South Ameriea, the-West,Indies, Australia and New-Zealand." That  is far afield enough Co attest its excellence, for in all these countries it is  on sale andAts demand, .-'���������"'"  The total _am.ount received by Canadian fur farmers in 192,1, from the sale  of live fur-bearing- animals and -pelts  "was $1,498,105, compared "with $1,151,-  556, in 1920. To these totals sliver  foxes contributed 96 per cent, in-1921",  and 97 per cent.^n 1920. The number of silver foxes sold wss 2,920, valued at $843,976, -a general average of  $289. -The number of silver fox- pelts  sold was 3,922, valued at $596,809. an"  average of v$152 per pelt.  The number of fur farms in Canada  ���������in 1921, was S21��������� according to a statement ofthe Bureau of Statistics." They j  comprise 775  fox farms,  12 mink, 10+  raccoola, 3 marten.Jl beaver. 3 muskrat ]  and 4 Isarakul sheep farms.    The total  increase over 1920 in the number  of  farms was 225.      By provinces tlie fur  farnis were located as follows: Prince  Edward Island, S75; "Nova Scotia, 108;  New Brunswick, "64;  Quebec, "109;   Ontario, "94;  Prairie Provinces. 25;   British Columbia and Yukon. 37.  \ A^conxentlon will be held in "Winnipeg about March 10 to-receive a report-  on the suggested- amalgamation of-all  soldier organizations into-one body.  T|ie province of 6ntario will, it is  undetstood, enrich, the treasury some-  $180,000  for licenses" issued to feO.OOO  hunters this season1? '__    *~~.    ~     ^  Motor car thieves operating -in Tore  onto-have stolfen 83 automobiles, valued at $8^00,000 this year. All but 22  of the cars have been reco-geied.  Fire destroyed a large apple* ware^  house- and- fritit canning plant evened  by George E. Roberts/ of Halifax., at-  Auburn.       Four  thousand   barrels   of  apples were lost. _    - ~  "On November 11, ArmisHce Day, the  body of, an unknown; Belgian soldier  ���������was""taken from the Flanders battlefield to Brussels and buried in front  of the Palais "de la Nation.  "The canteen committee of the battleship "Valiant, in the Atlantic Fleet,  has .decided to make a quarterly subscription of $256- to the recently formed Hoyal Naval Benevolent Trust.  ,  The German representatives in- the  International Labor Conference" at  Geneva left the meeting owing to differences    concerning    the use of the  German language. -  -*  All ships_.leaving ports -on the Baltic  Sea have "been warned of the- renewed  danger of mines, many of which were  found in various parts of the sea during the month of September.        ,    -  -Gives Tfenla-c  High Praise  . "Tan"a������ has restored m-o to sue'*,* t:^  cellent health that I can ivcti-ii ir-ml  it mosti. sincerely. It-brought s-.-.t-  complete relief after I had been in ,\\-'  hospital two months "with neuritis. :??.���������]  built m*e up in a short lime ,J ram ~  dreadfully run-down condition.   ' .  'This-emphatic statement   w:a  m*.u:e  by-Mrs. Vivian Angelo Short, high'}  ' esteemed resident of 2139, 3-Uh *^V������ ...  Calgary.      Mrs.  Short is a woman  ot  exceptional education and' reSnexutjn I.  She has traveled  extensively.  ha\.i-i������-  been   practically   all   over   the   worn!.  She lived in London- and Paris Severn t  years "and has visited Smyrna, recently turned  in   the  Turko-Grecian   conflict, and Constantinople.  ""About    a    year    ago."    said    JSlr:;.  Short^ "T-was'"attacked by neuritis. It  caused   terrific   pain   in   my    kneefe.  ankles^    arms    and'"shoulders.      The  K,  Dye Stockings     --" -  Or Sweater In-  Diamond Dyes  I Consti^atioii  |   ; Ea^ished |  ������h A druggist says: "For nearly  jg thirty ycars I have recommended  x. the Extract oi Koots, known ������a  % Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup, ior  a   arresting and nsf rn������n*sn||*u reliev-  ting constipation and indigestion. %  It is an old reliable remedy that ������5  never fails to do the ���������work"." 30 "S*  |g drops thrice daily. Get the 5������  H Genuine.  S0c.and$1.00bottles.   wT  9ee������e���������Ee������������������2���������4������ce���������:������������������e.���������#���������-*-i���������&  - "Diamond Dyes" add years of wear"  to  worn,, faded   skirts, -waists, jcoats,  stockings, sweaters^ coverings,   hang-  atrt-n^r. rtr r. rt~.it .      .      ings, "draperies,    everything.      Every  About $8,000,000,000 a.re m ctr-"tpackage" contains directions so simple  culation as money or in the banks and*** any -woman 'can  put new,- rich, fade-  Experience of-One Dollar  le^ss colors into Jier Worn garments" or  draperies- even if she has never Myed  before- Just buy Diamond Dyes���������no  other -kind���������then your material will  come out rfight, because ..Diamond  Dyes are guaranteed not to streak,  spot', fade, or run. * Tell your druggist whether the material you wish.-to  dye is wool or silk,Zor. whether it .is  linen, cotton or mlxect1 goods."���������?. "-���������.-������������������   '*���������  ,-We know men ..who; turn-glad smiles  toward, people who ������������������'help", thetu- make  money, and sterna-frowns toward their  "wives who help them; save,It-s  Record-For Fourteen Days Was Made  On Circular  -A"new dollar bill -was put in circulation in Chicago by"'the "North Shore  Chamber of, Commerce. Attached wjis  a circular .upon which was to be recorded the experience of this dollar, lt  returned    in     "14    days   after  having  changed hands: Five times for salary,^  five for tobacco, five    for    cigarettes,:  three for candy, twice -for men's furnishings, -once for collar buttons, three  for meals, once  for auto accessories,  o nee" foi'-baicon, once Tbr\jvasiting soda,  once for garters, twice for shaves and  once Por tooth paste.   -;���������        ; _  ���������soreness and stiffness were exceptionally severe, and often "my ankles and  joiiits ,������rouid be painfully swollen. i  could not walk, every^atteinpi causing  nte perfect agony aut^I was unable to  rest day or nighk  "On the urgent advice -of a nurse  I hegan taking Tanlac. Within two  weeks I was so much improved I was  able to wiftk about the. "Souse. I took  . four bottles,"~and at present I am  totally free from ans*- trace of my old  malady. I will always feel that 1 am-  deeply- indebted-to Tanlac."  Tanlac is sold by ail good druggists.  '^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^T^^^"^""**'^������������������*"'^'^"-'"^'^  Department ol Bee Husbandry  University-of Saskatchewan  Has New  Course This Year        A  When  the University of Saskatchewan opened its doors for the fall term  It had a new department, a course in  bee   industryr optional   with   students  taking    the   agrarian   lectures'-     The  novei feature is'that this department  is presided over by a woman. Miss 3.  H. JBayford, who has raised bees  for  fifteen years.      In 1921. she gathered  920 pounds of honey on her Carm  at  Wawota, Sask., which she marketed at  70 cents^a pound and the agricultural  -college/ decided to enlist her services  when the new course was established.  'Viscount,. Saskatchewan.-���������"I took  LycUa. ~D.. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Cor ���������'Weakness of tho tomato  "Organs. I had patas'In..t*k,e back and  bearing-down pains ln the abdomen  ���������and waa In. a Kenorttr run-down con-  "ditEou. I could not sleep, rest or  work and -yv-as dulte unfit to do cvon  ���������slight household tasks, A friend told  me aubut your Vegetable Compound  and 'I In my turn truly recommend  It, pis my novice symptoms vnntabed  and I ���������am .better 4n every -way. -.1  do my own worlc/loplc nftor my children atid seb" to chickens, cow and  m-jr uardeu. I also . seooimnend it  for young clrla- wlip are wealc an^  -riitt down, au my 16-year-old daughter, has taken-It and la aulto lier own.  Kay aiilt, again/''���������Mm. Fbicd. Wxucy,  Vl8*couall. * .SaBUatchowan./     .   "  ; I Ovc On A Fwrm  Upper Ne-w Horton, N." B.���������"I hare  taken l-vclla "E. Ptnlrhnm-'a mccl!r!*ats.  anfl they have done mo a -world of  rcoad. Since then I havo been able  to do my houeeworik and 3 have a  ���������lot of-work to do aa I 11 vo on a "farm.  Bealriff your advertlaom������nt lit the  p|i.per������ -"wea wliat made me think ot  ���������writing to you. I hope thi������ -will help  eomcone cr&e."���������-"Mm. Wm. B. KiovK3iv  ���������?Ulj;i)or Kow llortou, Kov * Bnmawlck.  '     mm4im4tm4m4im4mmm444tmtmmmmmmmmit4itma~-~-~m + ������������������������>. mmnb  .-^M,,,,.,^.,,^*..^*^.--^-^*-,,...!. m~Pv.  . Vancouver Chalri.Market  The development of *graia trade  from the Cauadtetn prairies to the  Orient a.ft'd to Europe by, the Panaraa  Canal through tltc p'ori jof Vancouver  has reached the point where it is pro  posed.by the city to spent.$500,000 toward the cost of another graitu elevator here. The Capacity of^ the proposed elevator will be 750,000 bushels,  and it is to be flnanced partly hy tho  cltytand partly by privato capital.  *v..  w.   ii'.   i-**->  ... Worms, by the irritation that they  cause In the Btomach and Intestines.  deprive infants of the nourishment  thatnthoy should derive from food, and  mal-nutrlt&QB is the result. . Mlllcr'fl  Worm Powders destroy --worms and  correct thei morbid conditions,In the  atomoch and bovircls that arc favorable  to "worm's, so that the full nutriment of  the child is assured and development  in ^yery way .encouraged.  Kaiser's Memo Ira Inaccurate "*  Sir Valentine Ciilrol, once Berlin  correHpen dent of the I-.ondt6n" TlmeB,  finds the Kaiaer's memolra full of  Inaccuracies] ./He..ways'they ������eom to  bent* out the ��������� Romawhn-l* blt'tor words  vrMclf' iht~ E-mpre-an Frederick ���������-.$'(.  oncfe tlie occasion to ������bc in npealcjtiB  ot her son: "The trouble with Willy  has always been that lie could neyei  tell the truth, even'to himself."  Every -man thlnka he Is tlie, proper  one to aland uaound aaid hou~* the job.  | i\iinarc('������ t-miment For  Dlatempor  STOMACK TROUBLE?  INDIGESTION?  ''���������..���������*'' ~   ''i~. V*" ";"������'"-Zr-ir- '���������---.,' "-;������������������  Her������'**.. -Good News :$m-.You  "Qridsay, Ont.-r-  ���������lU.rw  -Pierce'n"  Oollfon   Medical  DiscoverJr. is"the  beat   meglclu������   1  ;ha,vo  ever - taken  for ���������? s tomach ^ro'ur  ,bie^.iv.:For-.?'*many':  ���������.retire,ZT. suffei-ed ���������  with ieaB trie stomi..  ach   trouble   and  norrous    iudlges^  tioit,j(������ Would bo bo"  bad at times that It wal" neceanary  forme to be In bed iWo orthree days  at.a tlmte.   1 have doctored and taken  many different medtotnes with.little  relief.   Just recently I began taking  Gtolden Medical Discovery and lt has  'given������ntore relief than all the other  medicines I have ever .taken.    My  stomach does not bothftr me and I  have notv had any Indlxeation since  taking; this medicine.    I can highly  recommend the 'Discovery' to others  who suffer with dtomach trouble."������������������'  Mro. 'Ooo, WolM,nc:ton,;C!'.Jp3an ,St.  All druKClsts,   Xilqulcli or table-ti..  Mrs. Fawc������tt Gives Advice  to Mother*,'  St. Catharines, Ont.���������"I took Dr.  Pierce's Favorite Presortpblon during  expectancy when I felt wpeoUM-f In  need of a tonic and It benefited me  Rreatly. T ���������iwaye take pleasure In  reoomnteadlug this 'Frei������rlptlonr to  youna auotherM becautte I know It  will not fall to help them." ���������-Mrs.  J. H, Fawcett, * Beach, .at.  Vour health Is ..most Important to  ypt3. '. It's- easily tn������prev,ea.   JuBt ask  -your nearest dmerflflt foe th!a"Pre-  iicrlptto-u ot XU. *P������ero*e> In tablet-or  liquid forau '  ,'  Write D������r, Pie roe, JP resident In ra-  lids' Htvl������il������ BuWalo, li. V., fit vouwatit  fr������������ ttiedlc&l aflvla-9*.  Minard's Liniment For Garget In .Cows  Many  Lawyers  Members of  Congress  Of the five hundred and thirty men  i" and one woman who are members ..of  jCoBgresa mtore than three*-hundred/ are  lawyers.    _Tw,enty-four are engaged in  some:' b or t    of    i'armln g:    ther eare  twenty  editors and jpubftslters ^ nineteen bankers and the Bame number of  manufacturers. ^"No other occupation  has as many as ten representaiives.  PILLs.  the Sioissa^oh    MONEY ORDERS  When  ordering  goeds by  mai!,J  ssnd  a XJo-  ���������minton Express Money Order.  Worms cause fret fulness and rob  the infant of sleep, the great nourlsh-  er. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator wlU clear the stomach and intestine's and restore healthfulness.  Do You Suffer From Dandruff & Falling Hair?  W' ANTED 1.005 PEOPLE in the  mountain climate to try OR1ET  POMADE. Relieves -and re-  ��������� ntoves the ca\ise of dandruff and  stops falling; Imir in a few applications.  A TEST will prove ft." Send 25 coiits.  stamps, money order or coin, for Introductory . bottle. BE CONVINCED.���������  Oriftt rroducts Company. Inc.. 4 Wasb-  ington Ptpc������. NwYerfc/NJ." ���������,,'���������' "-^-,"  _> _ ~r~r$M ,  Yoa aro aot  - experiment-  ��������� lag wlien  S-fi vow us������ .Iir.  *��������� ���������* 'Chase's Ointment for Eczema and Skin Irritations. It relieves at once and .gradually heals the" skin. Sample box l>r.  Cease's Ointment tree ii you tnettUon thH  paper and send ~~-. stamp for postnsc coc. nt  -box: all dealers or Kdmana-ou, Bates ������- Co.,  JLlmlted. Toronto,  rcZE!  Japanese Using Chairs  . ���������    it**    *_i  The agre-old custom of the Japanese  o C aittin e: down on their folded legs on  a cushion or xaattress da gplne- otit of  fashion. AU the schools are uaint?  chairs and benches ot the western  style. . l*ubllc Kathei-luR-places now  have benches, even the Buddhist temples, a^nd In many families ehalrn" and  tables" are ln reffulturuse.  y������N  BOOK ON  JDOGI   DISB3A&K3  and Itovt to Feed  Mailed   Free   to any  . Address by the  Autlior ���������  h, " cx.ay o*Lovan  CO.,   IXC.  IIS   West   24th    Bt. I  New  ITork.   a.S.A.   |  Wtr'- p -fi-ZM  ^^_B i'j    ;' -__^-tt- ^^m  Athoa-lc*"tt  Pioneer  Dos R������medlea  Ko surgical operation Is necesaaivy  hi removing corns'Jf Holloway's Corn  Remover be uiaed. ,  Memorial to British aallors  A   memorial   tower,,  180  feet high,  Tinf; junt been complelefl *nt Montreal  In horio'r or "British an II or is lost In the  war, ������.  it stantlH out on the dver, where all  the puasIhK shlpB may see It, and Js In  the'.form of a huge clock: and signal  lower, velecLrlc������lly operated from  shore.   '  | MiJnatMi!* 4-lnlnic^t  F~>r CeNs,  Etc  VOU CAN BE WELL.  lYoaeaalMifreeorooailui ������niIooltU���������Ti  >f ���������tomach troubUi. iadl~\i~ti-oa~~%~t  pallon���������fnM of |������l tapliH  -free of faaad������iah������-a an  nervou* ���������pelU--  torn fy- it yoiti?  uwthete ������y*������  fu>m (tfi  th.Jm.-~~^\~^i~r l*f������o-|  tBv,-m'^*k^ ^l������������llyl  ������v������ry or-I  <d In ury I tip  oomea -frewn ������|  catatilia.1 condition *~t -U~ ni������������.|  anM-and PE-BU-I  K will MlwMyM MMilora I  m tttowkltrann tt* I0.*1!  r'IUOU.it Ij >,   -vtxxuxit-'A ot������~~M-\  ������on. Plt-UIJ-NA liasbiMi-al  Mktkttig )XM>pt������ wdl and 1~v*rp-1  Injr tbem well, for lot th������������������|  Oily yimn, and morw. Tt������ou-l  ���������anile and Utou*������and������ ovrel  OwJrooutl mied coacllteal tb to|  th3������ wen*d������*fu I hum. rtsmndf.  Try It'ywur***!!1,    Bu>Id|  mtrnttrsfhttrts.   *C������t ���������  ^Jb������ttI**i������������l������y-->   '      "���������!  rE-������W-N4 COMVAtNY  %4.~ Ha. Vm���������- fir.. R1������������.l r������t*i*l|  mmmmmmm0mmmm_mmmammmm~t0~~~~~tmi  ��������� 6J&&  asHnaoassssaa  ~S-~~~~~~mm  tmsi^msm^asm~m  mis ui'iK'i^ilwIniTO^  ___<g~_  iJWMfiiiiiHiiiiirM^ \  '���������KB*'  ''V~t':  l���������^W/t*.  ���������B^f'g  l4*:|  Mi  ���������fa  rc������?L".  iSs  P  1  P..*-.:  -5--f ���������  :������! "&'  .  ���������**fc *'.���������*"  t>  il '*.*  Si:*  %&--������������������  llv-  fcgi"  rn-  ML  li *  1^  *>nv  'x-   '���������  J&*  te*  M'  EM  I*?**.'*'  Is-I  ft  SH. .  I.  THE  CBES-TOH  BEVIEW  -/���������  Local and Personal  Mrs. Mc"Laran and children were visitors with Spokane friends a few days  this week.  ForSale���������Babv carriage, good as  new, English pram, type, flB. Enquire Review Office* '  Chickeiing piano, good tone,   $225  cashor terms.   Applv   E. W. Ryck*  man, plumber,Creston.  Fob Sale���������Set light wagon springs.  1500 lbs.* neyer been used, $12.  Arthur Collis. Oreston.  Foil Sale  bens,   also  J.W. Vaness. Cieston  Barred   Hock   yearling  a   few   White   Leghorn?.  Christ Church members had a bee  on "Wednesday, the effort being in the  line of posthole digging for the erection of a new fence around the church.  Parish Hall and rectory.  Miss A. Doyle of the Staples Frui*^  Company staff, was at' her home in  Nelson a few days this week. .-  The C.P.R. announces ther start of  its heated car freight service, the car  to be attached to th������ way freight east  every Tuesday. '���������".-���������  Mrs. (Rev.) E. W. MacKay of Cranbrook was a visitor with" Mrs. Jantes  at the njanse^a couple of days tne fore  part of the,week. -   _;  For Sa%e���������Set team sleighs, 2-inch  runners, new; also set driving sleighs,  with box and two seats. Morrow's  Blacksmith Shop, Creston. "*���������' :*"';'���������.-  Friends of Mrs. Norman Craigie  wilt be pleas^i to bear shje is recover-  sng'nic^ly fronu the operation she isai-  derwent* at Cran brooV. hospital last  week,  For. Sat.w,���������Crochet work, including I two independent growers of Kelowna.  centrepieces, scarves, etc. Can be had {These qrcen spent a. couple of months  any time. - Mrs. T. M. Edmondson.        "*���������   '*"-     :gm        *" '-'-   *-       "~   ���������"-*-*-  Variety features Our  Gonfectionen  ^vYEEK END   SPECIALS  New Dates  20c. lb   ~  Sweet Potatoes  10c. lb.  Cocoamsts  30c.  <���������%  C^|i*wr-*nl*i ~~.~p~t~i ^Oc Ife-  For   SAUE-^-New    32-40   peep   goldx  bead sights-$25. ; Used 32 Winchester  Special    and    32   Martin,   S������15   each.  Used    35    Keminogton JJteyens,   $20.  Mawson Bros."     ~  There iss room for several beginners  id Creston brass band, and anyone  wishing to join the band wilt be wel-  comeaat the practices each Thursday  uight at the hall in the Mallandaine  Block. \      *  Creston teachers were favored with  a visit from both inspectors this week,  Mr. Manning spending half a day in  each off the public school rooms, and  Mr. 3>etong a day with" the,, high  school staff.  The. Presbyterian "Ladies"* Aid aie  having their annual sale of useful and  fancy needlework, cooking, candv.  ���������etc.. od Tuesday- afternoon. Dec. I2th  3 to 5.30, SpeerS*' Hall. ^Afternoon te**  will be served.  GrestonVaiiey Go-Bperatim  Association  ERICKSON  For Sate���������Good eating potatoes,  $i'*4p;'peir:,'.ltiO;i.b'^,'d^liyiBred at Creston.  Aiso cabbage and some beet root at 2  eenis;pierl|^.:'^;.:iBL-. Stewart, Creston.  ���������"Membersof Creston Masonic Lodge  are ,reminded v ofthe meeting on  Wednesday yaight. Nov. 550th. at  w,bich thll������ officers fdr the ensuing year  will be elected. A foil turnout of  members is a������ked~.   Z.  For SAXK^Fine registered JersBy  hei?Bt\ two years old, 'sire St. Ouen  Count Cicero; dam Brampton Lady  Leda. Full sister averaged two  pounds of butter per day when fresh.  Oarl Wigen, Wynndel.  *":''-���������'������������������" - ���������   'sy?. ��������� > ��������� ���������      .*���������-..  "S.' -���������  Barton Aven ue has now been open-  ijpd out througl^fto Hi||side "Road for  the accommodation of vehicular  traffic, and this bit of improvement  certainly gives a much improved background to fche soldiers'memorial.  at the different prairie towns' this  season observing fruit- marketi������g conditions, and their addresses will deal  with these observations and suggested remedied $bo end an unsatisfactory  state of affaire. , ���������  .    *. -  Murdock MeLeod  Agists?��������� 0pt������tr������st  Matt. Hagen is busy these days on  the erection* of a new residence on his  ranch here,      t  Miss Alice Carr was  friends here for a few  last week.  a visitor with  hours* on? day  Miss Merle Bathie Jeft  for Calgary, Alta., where  stood,she will remain for  will be at  , Beattie-Oatway  u^rugstore  * ���������  *������������������  Tues. Evg.9 Novo 28  on   Friday  |t is under-, .  "some time.'<.  and  Mftvt n*M9n*e������a������arak  nt������������i Knim avaisg* *  ���������-Delivery every Saturday.    ������������������ .  f   -,  ���������Phone iii your orderB.  -   V     -        -    ���������-    :-       '���������?.-    '    .' V    *  -. ���������Come in and see our prsees on  Groceriea     You will save money.  Or16HAIt@   LAND  FOR  SALE  Whole or part t������f 35-acre' ranch for  sale, bearing tirchard, two, creeks  through property, irrigation possible.  Further I particulars ttom ARTHUR  COLLIS, Creston.      ....���������  RELIABLE REPAIR   WORK at Consistent  Prices  .      ��������� ���������-"���������^,;     * _ v������������������; ..     .  . *    .   ;  ���������  A well assorted stock of  Tires, Tabes,  Accessories,  Spare Parts  Pipe and Pipe Fittings  AUTHORIZED FORD SERVICE STATION  The Best Livery Service in Tawn  mmiDGrATE BROS.  RMQNE &1  . Murdock McLeod, eye specialist,"  will pay CrestWp a professional visit at  the Beattie-Oatway store, ^Tuegdfi-y  evening, Nov. 28th. and "Wednesday  until 3 p.m. If ybii have any eyesight  troubles be sure and consult him.  Parties sending Christmas parcels  or mail toi.be delivered in-.."tlie. Old  Country for^he, holiday week are reminded that th������se should be -mailed  before the end of next week At the  very>|atest to ensure on-ttriie delivery.  Foi!" Cbtisti^as remembrance notching*  could be ipoie appropriate, than a per;  so rial greeting" card. Three books of  sample of these to choose from at tne  Beattie Oatway store. Time to order  now. ^Christmas is ^hardly 6 wreeks off*  In connection With Presbyterian  church work a.;Wpn������an's Missionary  Society was formed here this week  during the yisit of Mrs. (Rev.) MacKay  of Cranbrook. Mrs.>James is president, and Mrj. Brou&on, is the press  secretary.        -.---..  ,.... *- - *". *  C. W. Traves, the B.C. poultry  superintendent, was here on an official  visit on Tuesday, interesting the poultry men in the new egg-marketing project embracing .central. Kootenay  points, and which he expects \wili  shortly be in operation.   *  The best bill the Grand has offered  for some, time will be seen on Satur  dav night, Nov. 25th. when "Cameron  off the Royal Mounted," will be shown  as the featurei preceded by the popular  Charlie Chaplin comedy "Shanghaied/'  Regular prices wili^prevail.    ^.-    -*--',  Thursday evening, November 30th  is the date of th^ Methodist- Ladies'  Aid annual chicken supper, which will  be served in Speers' Hall from 6 to 8"  o'clock. ^Pumpkin pie will be another  feature of the menu and the admission is 60 cents tor all over school age,  and 25 cents to school childaen.  The annual baa^ar/ of tbe ladies of  Christ Church will be held on Friday  afternoon, Dec. Isti.froni 3 to 6 o'clock.  ahd will include a sale of home cook  ing, candy, fancy work, plain sewing,  with bran pie and toys for the children. '" Afternoon; tea w ill be served  from opening till closing, antl the admission is free. -   ,  .  . -������������������" s *" .'  *~The basketball season will open to-  night IFriday") at 8.15. when the Creston team and a team from the High  School will meet. -% Both outfits are in  Eretty fair shape and a ftrie game may  ~r looked for. The game will be  played in the fall fair main building,  and will be free to a!!. Everbody  turn out and get the winter sport  season off to a good Btart.      / "  The growers of the \ alley should be  out in force on Saturday afterhoon,  Dec. 2nd* Speers'Hall* 2 o'clock, for a  public meeting toa be addressed by  General   Harmon 'and. L. B. Taylor,  Fred Penson had the misfortune to.  lose one of his horses.    The animal developed staggers so bad  that it had to  be shot.  There will be a whist drive and  dance in the old schoolhouse on Saturday evening,^Nov. 25th, the proceeds  to go towards the funds for the children's Christmas tree- and entertainment. * Andestad ' boys ' havewery  kindly volunteered to provide music  for the dance. Admission 50 cents.  Ladies are asked to bring lunch.  Don't fail to turn out and make the  evening a. financial afe well as a socia  success; ,  Wiedy., Nov. 29  until Z p.m.  tfHehenet*  Don't Faii to consult him about  your eges. _If you' are :the least  conscious of your eyes when using  theni^br troubled -with headaches  that you cannot account for, you  should have your eyes examined.  Company  new   ap-  Miss Alice Molander was * week-end  visitor with Cranbrook friends.  J. McGovern has arrived . in town to  spend the winter with B. Johnson.  Jim is hale and hearty,   . ' '"  Mr. and Mrs. Schonnert are visitors  with Spokane friends this week.  The new .warehouse erected by G-  A: Hunt, which also has a hall in connection, will   be completed this week.  Rev.,*. J. A. James will be here on  Sunday for the; usual- .Presbyterian  service in the schooKtouse in the after  noon, . v      .".".���������.'"   .    ���������"  All indications point to Kitchener  having the largest,lumbering payroll  this winter that has been in evidence  the past few years. ". . ;  Seyeral of the hupters. operating in  the Kitchener area have already secured deer, Reg. Hull having the good  luck to bring down the  biggest buck,.,  and is having the bend mounted'.  N.   Kr-Devlin   of    Devlin   &   Co.,  Kitchener's   leading- retail   establish  ment, is about to   erect  a large store  on Bennett  Ave., opposite the Kitch  ener Hotel.   Al. Hendren and   P. H.  Watson. Creston, have.the contract.  supervising    the    Vickers  track-laying   work   on   the  proaches to Canyon bridge.  Mr. and Mrs. .W. 3. Bovd, until two  years ago, residents here, btjt now at  r*m~m m..H���������m.mt       TEA- 1-  -.    *���������**���������_ -  ���������x0x~.wxv.xvA jLKtjit *j#a-^>eci uuruijgn iasc  week on their way east. Mr. Boyd's  health is {loorly, and they will probab-  lyvwinter in the south.  Station ������get������t Bundy has just been  notified that the C.P.R. is starting its  neatvd car service next week, and this  car will be on the way freight each  Tuesday. As storage is limited shippers are asked not to bring in perishables for heated car movement any  earlier^than each monday.  ��������� Frank Staples * came within two  points of capturing the Boundary .  country rifle shooting: championship  at the rifle tournament at Grand Forks  early this, month. In the shoot with  the service rifle Frank was top scorer  and brings home the Fripp Cup and &  &.&���������    -, -,r   V,        ~.0.Z.00X ~..X0      ������������������       ..*..* , . ,   W,  *    ~    '..^  I" x.~-r.M   I'l.K.'O!   xjxtv ...   utiv_  ~,~������*\JUV-*JU.   wrltiZM  the Ross rifle winner -for the premier  honors and the Huttot} -Sailed Frank  , lost out by a couple off points.  Anglican Cfiufcli Services  SUNDAY, NOV. 26  -  cresbon;    ;..:.V,>:-r*:T>ai.-  7.3b p.m. litt.m.  fo  r  the Long Winter Evenings  Gives 300 candle power pure white light;   Generates-and lights  from the heat of a common match..   Both Lamp and Lantern are  built of brass, heavily nickeled, and will last a lifetime.  COLEMAN TABLE LAMPS  No better light was ever devised for reading than-  the Coleman Quick Lite Table Lamp.  Coleman Quick Lite Lanterns  ""���������v.  A perfect lantern for out-of-door use,    Ideal for'  farm or ranch.  ��������� -.  --. vHay baling operatkra&are completed  at the Reclamation Farnk and a barge  is expected any day now",to take _a  cargo'of it to Nelson.  Mr. PalejLhorpe of  Kingsgate   is*...a.  West Cs*eston   visitoj^ at   presept;in  charge of the French ranch. V.'/'-.. :t".'Z  R. Sinclair Snlith has his drag saw'-  outnt-in operation, and. if the hauling  is good this season Oreston should not  suffer from a wood fatnihe.  Mr. and Mrs. Bliss and family, who  have been living here temporarily for  the hay baling season.- Tfave returned  to Creston, and he" will commence op-  orations on, the land he lately acquired  at the goyernment aale.  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. French-got  away afc J,he end off the week for  Grand Forka where Mrs. French will  renanin for some time, but -Charlie ife  expected back shortly.    ������...  The������carpentern have just completed  a 20 x 12 foot addition to the houne at  the ferrye and Mr. and Mrs. Lockhead  will have quite a -tornmodious ahd  comfortable home when the place is  flnishedLnp inside^     \ , . .   y'  A married man and wife and three  children, prestiiifably from the prairie,  arrived a few days ago, and are occupying the house on the Jim Moores*  place at present.  Anyone requiring a nice roast of  yoting bear, or the makings of a supply of bear grease, can procure p the  Biime from Master Jack'Freneh. who  last week bugged a fine sample of a  1022 brown bear cub. .  F~r  neferte,, Organ and  Singing Lessens  '  ���������������.*.-��������� -    44~*b   '-  -'-:~    -  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  p.o.B-Jn        m  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  35c. Ib.  Efto-~aott  Dry Goods  k roc o r * @s  Furniture  Ksirdfifisra  m  Mcsors. Bd��������� Frank and Charlie  Botterill and Clarence Maxwell are in  the ^Kitchener section this week on  their annual deer hnnt,  Bart Boffey, who has boon working  at Blairmore,v Alba.; tho past few  months, arrived home for the winter  at the end of the week.  Walter Long continues.his fcatStjfnc  tory rocoyery from his rfcontshooting  mishap, is now   able   bo  ho   up   and  around a little.  Another carftvisN'-oPdeer waw brought  Into ErinlcHon on Prldyy hint, tho tiuce  of Hugh Graham and Bob Dodcla*. jr.,  who wero operating In fche Arrow  Creek section.  Ericktion grnwvre are having a little  luck in marketing spuds. Already  thin month  three carloads have gone  eant. ~~  O.P.K. -iltviHSiiinut   tsinrr5n������������������*������ Wi-n-w'n i������������  tffi' inn king headquarters "here at present*.  Citron Peel  Bettor   nnftTtlERC   Lo*81  Gmmm-~.m.      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