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 ;v<:  fx^iSJsi"-"'  k*fiij  - "V  Vol. XV.  ORESTGN, B. C, ������R  :���������._:.:..:--,._* -;:^g^'��������� ������::,--< ��������� -^  i/  ���������    ^   _  TTTH A "V      ���������_  JANUARY 11, 1924  No. 48  Miss Muriel Knott has been engaged  fcb teach the public school at Sirdar,  and left on Sunday for that town to  ,fe*ps������,������ 'r.nc  suuujr  S������J3.3i- | fl  ':���������������������������:  Ing.  Mrs. Messenger is home from Van  guard, ~dask.,  where   whe. Jiiis- spsst  almost the last two months renewing  old acquaintances in that district.  Mias Sadie Wood returned at the  end of the week from a visit with her  sister, Alice, who is on the - nnrfelfijg.-  staff at the Cranbrook hospital,        ~ ^  Mrs. Taplin and young daughter- &r~ j  rived last week from Calgary, Alberts'  to join Mr. TapKo, and are at present;  they   will  overdB'Sss and an embroidered veil,  whilst ber- boqsset was -of earnatissas  and maidenhair ferns. The bridesmaid was her sister. Miss Lily Marshall, while two little nieces off the  bride attended as flower girls.    Am*  and Mr. and Mrs. MeNeii,    Tiwraewly-  weds wifi} reside in Vancouver.  Miss Edna Hoinies, who has been in  charge of Division II. of; the Erickson  school the past two years,_left on Friday   for   Victoria .so .complete   her  ���������OUb3��������� ������w tha prKVSiisi������ti SSwi-BU&i SCuuSr.  scheduled for Tuesday afternoon,,had  to be adjourned.  Friday's cold weather k&ptdown the  attendance at the annual meeting of  the Ladles* Guild of Christ Church to  such an extent that the election  of  February meeting.  The  cold   snap  of   lost  Mrs. Frank Staples - reuwned at the  I end   of   the   week   from Cranbrook, ^ ^     ^^  I where she  haB been kg visitor-for a I ������*���������������������*. ������ ������i������e������dld:  *���������.    -f [Last year the local frozen fluid was  week  will  Mrl and Mrs. Dennes and Master  Diek are home again after spending  the Christinas-New Year vacation  with Revelstoke friends.   ~  occupying?  the fesissson  place  until  spring,  when  ly purchased at Canyon  audit  fc* tt fistfMn&ifeff^h  , Never within the memory of Mayor  Doxy has Sirdar had  such an s/fe������nd-  couple of weeks.        -"   . i  Miss Stella McKelvej? .left on Sunday for Spokane where fehe will spend  a week visiting with friends.  The worst any of the thermometers  could make SKdsb  ^eek'fei co!dsD������p   was  _.. 20 below zero on Thisradky morning.  ... . " 77     ~f | The mercury had a- northern exposure  ant snowfall as is now in evidence*! -       .    -        r .   *,      _  *i*   _     .     :��������� - ..      ������������������,.-_ ^_^ ^������������������i*|and did not miss a. small sized gale  Xftts as aiso c-nenrsi, ves*r he can recall j - ,._....   ^   -v^..^ ' .  ...      .        . ��������� *l    -1.       ������      jl.������ ������w^.t cnafc was oieBnf������������mg, eauBB^-r.  that th������ cold weather hap cleared the j *���������������  hardly worth the cutting and a small  sized ice famine developed  hot weather was over.  .before the  After quite an extended visit with  Mrs. Powers and family here, Fred  Powers left a few days ago to resume  his old position at Tellacbee, Wash.  Messrs. Millington, Lye and Walter  Edwards, who were home for the holiday season  with their families, have  ������������-...  *���������<������': -tHTJa  ������m-v������      ft-������taftm/  anrt  vuS  of the books not  \*/sdm Fsmaers 1  until this week.  Due to the  being eoinplfi  of Canyon lueal of the $1*.-  has been postponed  Canyon City Lumber Company,  limited, have six four-horsa teams on  the lumber haul to Creston, taking the  balance cf the stock from the old! mill  as well as th������ cist at the portable at  the Mekne ranch.  Dad BroweJl is quite the baisiest  man at Canyon these days with his  wood sawing outfit keeping. & team  and two men going steady putting up  fuel supplies for local residents.  Chat. Johnson, who  recently   sold  his. ranch paoperfcy hero to Mr.JEolt-  haeaTSser, has gone to Vancouver for  a look Brtsiaau  location.  ducK* out BiuuxMs.������K>Miirie-t^������y.  Miss Muriel Knott of Canyon City  arrived at the- first of the week to take  charge of Sirdar sehooS.. Sh@ hsa bn^  prevStiQs^expesisRC���������! and .will- be welcome addition to Sirdar's musical  \ talent as well.  /The Nasookin, which has been of?  theNelson-jLanding rem for.several  weeks for an " overhauling, expected  hack in cassssEfrisston by the end of the  week.  Miss Bonaar of Rocheeier, Minsi^.,  who spent a month, with Mrs. Jones  at Kxiskanook, left k.. few days for  California, where she has joined the  nursing staff of one of the state hnfpi-  taSs.  .. Rev. BL \ ssrley was hero, from Cres*  ton for the. usual first of tne month  xetere was qiisse a ruesa Or xSrieSkSOig  ear owners   to get   Wj������&" license  last  week, K. J. "Long's McLa.aghtin  being j  the firsi in the VaEley tw be decorated  with the number platen.  3S, SI. Small, now of Calgary, Alto.,  a former proprietor of the Creston  iiotei, was a b������������Siness visitor uere a&i  Wednesday, coming on front Cran  brook, where he attended the iunet-aS  of his brother-in-law, George Hogarth  | on Sunday.  .  4"'  assemble the mass of shipping -inform-*  atlon that goe<������ with the presidenivua-i  addi-ess for Tuesday night's meeting,  ;������d  fc^aquet of  will likely he away until the end of  March.   -  C. H. Philips, who divides residential duties between Cranbrook and  Lister, was here for a few days last  week. He is expecting his son* Speery  to arsivs this wsek to look afte? the  property here.  "SSesrvyn and Cyss. "Wslfii&snB, woo  were at Nelson for-a couple of weeks'  stay, during., the holiday season; are  spending the 'week at their ranch  here. The former has been Working  at the Arrow L&kes tar soine _������eeks  previous to Christmas.  A. B*. Bamueison was a business visi-  uausen or qdk1^  ^ During the rvcent cold wave when  (other parts were shiveriag at any*  wl-ere from 2������ to 27 degrees below, 10  week and.,we understand, has eom-S^g^.���������. WSJS t-he coldest recorde3^ at  plsfced 4b> pisrchase of th������- remaining 1 Sirdar.  will Sa^������.^at three winter's wob*:  cutting It and next winter prt>poses'to  put in a portable sawmill which, will  ii. "S, V&nAcaer&n unloaded a car of  lumber here this -week for a. new residence that will _be erected on the  ranch at Canyon this spring.  Now. the weather is back to normal 1on Tuesday.  go������3~ kssshv&y is being made with tho  new residence Sana Fraser is building  ota his ranen here, his- brother in-law,  Mi% Cameron, who is a Vancouver  visitor here, assisting-With the work.  School re-opened on - Monday, Miss.  McCaslin getting back on Sunday  fre������3 her-holsday trfsS, and Msss Bnsn-  deiv formerly at Lister, succeeding  Miss Holmes. Miss' Braknder is.accompanied by her sister, and they are  stopping with Mrs. Frank Staples at  present.  o������  Vr������st������n~ J5t������t������r������S  uiitil January 22nd.  issdr-.r 5***??*���������  ing afxer the two weeks* holiday,  Principal Pesrce now' having all the  scholars in one room, which' is about  Norman Moore, district forester, of 1  Cranbrook wjw here on an official visit lftt" *������ ������*pa������fcy.  He locks for this  sea-}    The -annual school bee to  procure  soar's cut of ties in Bast Kootenay to  be the -biggest  on   record,   with  the  "������������������a****j-*-"*������ ^...-~ ��������� ,���������  centage of the total cut.  Fur shipments at Creston in 1923  I were much lighter than in 1922. The  most notable falling off was in nmsk-  rat. 'A year ago. over 2000 of thee������  were shipped, as compared with 1254  in 1323w We*isel dropped from 365 to  64, and.mink from 230 to 94.  fe������lp-<*36j&t2ggg&M������g������j  1.  HSUsisn *"������* ������������  the winter's fuel supply is being held  this -week, bat due to & scarcity of  able bs^i^2 sssIdesstE issost- at .th&  wood butchering is h#iw,g done - by  Williams brothersa Jos. Sell and- SJsv  Niblow. l   ' J    '  V7orcl has come from Cranbrook -  that E. J. Mrlthouse will probably be  in shape to ieave the hospital for  home at the end of the week. He Taos  I bees there for about a month foliow-  > ing a cat hi thci kuce  mess ea&ploynient to about & dozen  men and two or three teHnss. ~? 21������ has  arranged for l&fc saies of his ties to  Crawford.& jHeudersbn who are operating at.Arrow Greek and have a very  large contract with the G.P*B. There  is a considerable quantity of poles, too  in tihd timber; acquired.'  Th* fiats !s fch������ *AHee Siding seotios  prsssent.q.aSfce u scene of activity, all j  the interested ranchers being on the  job hay hauling while the channel Is.  frr������enover.���������  feliasea Louise and Margaret Webster  returned to Vancouver on Saturday,  af tor a two .weeks* uacation with their  parents here.  School re-opened on W onday rnoror  ing: with a full turnout of scholars,  who are making- good use of the sledding on the hill   w.hllo  the   present  ' smow lusts.'���������'.';''."���������  J. W, Vahess returned to Kimber-  ley on Saturday, and will probably re.  main there for the next three months.  In the neighborhood of 800 men am  working at that point mow.  Mr., and Mrsj Jolm Miller were New  Year night entertainers to quite a  large party of frlende at their home,  at which musk) and a varied line of  . other amusements, uloTig with a sumptuous supper, got the new year off to  a very ploneant social opening.  Alice Siding will be* (|wlte4lvcly thi������  Thursday for the U.".if, Wood auction  auction sale of ranch effects. Mr.  Wood Is quitting farming and will be  locating at some otlior point in B.C.  The severe weather of Friday; night  kept the attendance at the Social Club  ���������fl������������iwl<-m down below aw(*vit|?e������ but those  who turned out had a very tine time  at an evening in which songa^ end  dancing were the feature, the accord-  eon furnishing the mu*5c for the hop.  Heartiest congrattilatinns are extended Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Moul  <ueo Violet Marshall) whose wedding  took place at Vancouver on-Chrlstmas  , Day before quite e. large compwny or  Sv'ientlH.    The   bride  was   [gowned   It).  White i*\x *y wiik witii uivp<) ue vhl'^e-  phone llneuiahe ^entS'th^ough'- here  on'e/ day last wefk withi -a:-purehred  Jei*ey cow Which he had purchased at  Crawford Bay. The animal was Lady  Qr&cs, one ������sf the finest animals turn-  ed'off at the Jones-Jensen ranch, go-  Stag to the Brawford -Bay buyer a  couple of years ago.'  Word from Mr. ard Mrs. -Loasby in  dirates that they are having a splendid holiday at .coast points and wilt  not likely be baek uafc.S nrar the er.d  of the month. They are with the  .Swanson's for Christmas, and spent  'New Tears with CI'b brother in  Seattle.  ''ak.tevV***  mm  _        Eise xres-  byterion Mieslorjr������������an<f w-as held at \  the home, off Mrs. Daw on TWednea  dayJasL    Tlie new ameersSelected  Rev. JrS. Mahond   of   Queens   **������-y|ed -whilst operating his circular saw  was   shaking    hands   with   Creston (woodcutting plant,  friends on^Taesday ..He is about the{ . '   - -  busiestcleriein the whole Kot,tonayl    ^ ,*������~*9���������*T church service on  country.   Jus* ** present he gives tholSfl?' JT"^ ^J?"T5^  -^/ii ^^^ei���������B^t���������y^^e^.^������.A^^Jt>^htonedup by Dr.Xrihe of Btaar-^  Miss.Erma Rayden liaJs returned to  Portland, Ore^-ofGer.. a threej weeks*  visst with ncr parents at -Crestou,  leaving Vsn Saturday.   She wasaccom-  Superintendent���������Mrs., Speeds. ���������  President���������Mwrlon McDonald.' ���������  Vice President���������Jean McCreath.  Secretary���������Latty Conling.  Tneasur-er���������Jean Henderson.  pamea oy  mr. ja.sy<i������������ri-������ ������ ������������������������>������.���������������-������, ��������� ���������--  Home  Lewis.  Accoi-ding to the crop report prepared   by  the horticultural   authorities  Sirdar hod quite a heavy encport of  tomatoes last year> in the  neighborhood off 8QQ crates goihg out by express 'alone-;. ;.":Oyer.120J boxes of apples  -wej-e shipped, about 400 packages off  assorted    vegetables,   and   over   100  crates of strawberries.   These figures,  of course, do not Include quite heavy  selling, to freight and passenger train  brews. ....-.'"'  Helpers���������Elsie   Spiers, Ada  Supply Secy.���������Betty Speers.   .   ,  GFgasist���������Hoscl Hopwoisd.  The annunl report Jwas read and  adopted, and showed a splendid interest had been taken in the work  with a most creditable attendance  at all the meetings. The meetings  311 future will be. every second Mon ���������  day for study, and, the fourth  Saturday for work.  _jVi-;:CKrtShOXVft'  ,e a s������Tg@ ktsbsi-  ^Oji'-^SCunui utiii ���������|u������i������  aphoherandquilfeanumber ofcecoFda  of new and oldtisoe? sacred selections  by well known vocalists and choira.  It was a delightful change and very  4������&sbi_-. ,_.___.���������*sA������.������ja   -  Following  the departure ' *������f ES.  ftSSS  j'has  been a Creston visitor the' past  five weeks, and" who will spend  the������_ - _.    - _     -  balanceof the winter tn the rose city J^"S������ton   for   Klockrnann   about- a  :'j-*b-_ -nJ-ia a ~ J month ago whsch brought with it his  of the. Pacific slope.  The deep snow that at present pre.  vails is making it difficult for the  pheasants to locate ihvii1- usual Wtute-F  supply' of feed, and provincial police  McLaren has arranged for the feeding  off grain to thesebirds.   Fop the   first. .. _   _.   . __ .     ���������        __  time since the deep sttow and cold of i*!?,pd Ch������slmas-Kew Year tx������������Lon  101617 numbers   of  these  birds-  are  being seen in town in quest, of some  resignation as chairman of the school .  board,  Mr. Niblow has  been   elected  his successor, add  with Mrs. Yerbury-  and Mr. Maithonse comprise the trus*  toe board.  Tho Children  of   Lister   bad their  Ant������ Num-bev Plates Arrive  Although more licenses were issued  and more cars were actually in operation-the intiike from motor license  fees this year is about 845 less than In  1022. The revenue from this source in  1028 totalled 92818.  For the convenience of the nutolsts  !provincial police .McLaren has had 100  of the 1024 number plates shipped to  him   and  Is  now  prepared  to give  prompt service on the cash and carry  basis. The 1024 plate is.ot a tuout attractive design the number being In  large figures running all the way  across the plate and the words '..British  Columbia are quite "prominent and  spread tho full width. Car owners are  reminded that it ia illegal to be out.  autolng; witli a 103S license and wiiili tu  supply of plates there is no excuse for  not gstting them. ' In 102li apjoroxim  ately 1315 car licenses weie Sinned at  Crcnton.  LsOca.1 stucl Personal  '' l' ' I ��������� ! ''     II    I III I llll.  Manager   Crawford   reports an  en  eouraging new year demand for-telephones, Robert Starke and Mr. Abbott  j of  Canyon   having had   instruments  \ pOaced in their residences Inst week.  The residence off the lute Frederick  Mill, which includes two' tots on Park  Road, has been sold to H. Walkey.,  The estate was wound up last month,  following Mr. Mill's death last February.  Mrs. ndmundson and daughter of  Silton, SaBk.������ are Creston visitors at  present, guests of the fornierV sister,  Mrs. Jaw. Cherrington/ They are en  route to Pasadenu, Calif., to spend the  winter. ���������''''���������-.  thing to eat.  At the annual meeting of the Pres  by t erian Lad tea' Aid on Friday. &tpeiP.  noon Mrs. Dow was again favored with  re-election as president, and Mrs. W  H.  Watcher    named ' vice-president.  The offices off Hecretary and  treasurer  were  combined   and. Mrs. C. H. Hare  will act in  the  dual capacity.   Mrs.  Henderson  heads the flower committee.   The aid |had quite a successful  year . In 1K53 the cash  intake for the I  twelve months being In the.neighbor-  hood of $500.  The annual njeotlnj? of Creston and  District Public Library Association  will be. held on Monday, January 14th,  at 8 p.m., at. the library. It Is hoped  that a good proportion of the library  members will attend for the election  of directors and other officers for the  coming year. Members nre reminded  that their membership fees, which became duo on January 1st, should be  paid before the annual meeting. New  will be made npecially wel  I Thursday afternoon last at the school-  house when  j������hey   were guests at a,  Oiinimunity affair given from the proceeds of   a   few   December   dances.  There was a great variety of games  and a supper, along   with   a distrihu-*  tion of gifts in which every child was  remembered, Mrs. Powers making the  distribution.     The   grownups   made  their appearance early in the evening  and' also had lunch a few hours danc-  SRAiSTIiBIR������  Saturday, JAM.  UnilifcWrtiiMIt  The ICootenay Rives ferry-is tied up  for a few weeks, the recent eold snap  naviMjit t������ul u hlii'liiclh 'Ziizt c! ice a-tt  the river and making the tee erosetng  i^iwito cato for %hfi fceflviwti ������f lo������������h������.  ley Agricultural Association is called  for 8 p.m.; Friday, January 18th, in  Speers Hall. It )b hoped there will be  a very large turnout of last year's ex-  Wbltors.- ... ���������';  There was a tremendous ffaliing off  In Creston*e police court busings laat  year as compared with MM52, That  year the fines amounted to iMTJ������,  whilst in 10552 the total fines collectod  ���������were hut.$Ju36V .. ,<.'.���������...'..  I Due to the llln������ss of the president,  Mrr;, Keyr**1,, nnd ������ rathei* nmnll turnout  of niombcrB, the umnaJ kucetlng of  ' Oremton    Valley    Wonien*s   Institute  The annual meeting of Creston Vol* j com4.a  The cold spell came to awwdon  fiaturday motoing when 10 below xero  wos recorded, and since then the temperature  has   been   well  above sera  ^very day- Accoi-ding (Lu Mayor Ltttto  Thur������day,'a 27 below was not the coldest ever, his records allowing that In  the winter of 1809 one morning of 80  below wne experienced hnt that parti  cular cold onnp passed off within the  tasual three d������y������. iiike the present  wintor I b was one of deep snow during  which the Indians lnat many of their  cytscea flue to- the pasture tM*ing cover-1  ed too deep. I  aiis mill  III  BEGULAB  PRICES  db ^^Mi4^mm^^L^lljlM^llllllim*m\Mm*mtm&mVMim*M'MMmWm>m^^ THE   KEVEEW,-  PRESTON,-: B.    C  e  \ves r.a  1 &?���������  'tier  Aft %^Q��������������� QTjMJtQXAQI  jTmrnrnJ*':  W0RIn  uu unl JTfiilUTild  BRIEFLY TOLD  "From    "the    way,   Tanlac    helped  !Jaarj,   my   little   eleven-year-old'"'girl,  -last spring. I think it is perfectly wonderful,"  said  Mrs.  J.  K. McPhee, residing on McDonald St.,, East, "Wetas-  kiwin, Alberta. "  "Mary -was eating- almost .nothing  and oven then she suffered from indigestion. She got so run-down that  she complained of feeling tired all the  *������ave ener&j  and play like children do who are  feeling right.    ���������  "Bines I had Mary take Tanlac  she's like .a different child. It gave  her a good appetite; did away with in?  digestion and gave her plenty of energy and strength forsooth school work  and play. I am more than thankful  for Tanlac. It was just what .Mary  needed."  Tanlac is for sale by all good druggists.      Accept no substitute.      Over  ^Tawa411Inv������    ^nf&lac  10 romp   5 .'-minion sorties sola  *1H-.  Saskatoon Feels Earthquake Tremor  As'" earthquake of between two and  three hours* duration was registered  hy the seismograph at ihe University  of - Saskatchewan recently. The tremor was judged to he 1,500 to 2,000  miles south.  \  Heavy  Movement  ������������  Grain  Canadian Pacific Railway Has Smashed _Ail  Previous Records In Grain  Transportation  The Canadian Pacific Bail-way has;  since the fifteenth of September up to  and including October thirty-firsts,  smashed "all previous records in connection -with grain transportation.  Figures show that since the fifteenth  of September up to midnight of the  last day of October there vfere marketed at������ country elevators oh the  Canadian Pacific a total of 109,681,7-42  bushejs of grain or an average of 2,-  S12,352 bushels per working day. Dur-  for���������the same period there were loaded  a total of 58/711 cars containing 86,-  011,615 bushels or an average of 1,505  cars or 2,205,426 bushels per day.  During the month of October alone  there  were   loaded  a  total  of  42,093  cars, an average of 1,550 cars per day,  which   hieans~ that  on.  the   Canadian  Pacific lines alone a ear and a quar-  I ter'of grain was loaded every minute  j each    twenty-four    hours  during  the  Unless you, see the uame "Bayer" on 4 twenty-seven    working    days.        Ac-  package or on tablets you are not get- 5 cording  to  figures  issued  by the  In-  ting the genuine Bayer product proved '  The creation of a bird sanctuai-y.on  Vancouver Island to be'"known as the  Victoria Harbor Bird Sanctuary is announced in the Canada Gazette.  In consequence of the failure of the  negotiations between Prance and the  United States at "Washington over the  scope, of the expert committe of inquiry, Great Britain has abandoned all  thought of an immediate reparation  inquiry.  The recent statement that womet^  who are university graduates are goring to the Dominions to undertake  domestic service is supported by the  fact that a number of "women of gentle birth and advanced education who  are proceeding to Canada at once, all  declared their readiness to accept  household or similar work.  "It seems to me the war brought  more unity, less provincialism and a  larger nationalism to ��������� Canada," declares Sir Arthur Currie. '^'Before the  war tlie men from British Colum  bia knew nothing of the men in the  east. Those from New Brunswick  had. not learned- to know men of Sas-  lllxVVIll  Headaches Disappear���������  Stomach Gains Strength  is  C%e$ & CAo$ersCAetd  Manufactured by Imperial Tobacco Company of Canada Limited |  ������.   wreii  organizes  nation  safe    by    millions    and prescribed by  physicians oyer twenty-three years for  Colds Headache  Toothache Xaaxnbago  Earache Rheumatism  Neuralgia Pain, Pain  Accept  "Bayer  Tablets of Aspirin"  only.       Each  unbroken  package   con-  spectiou Department 82,275,106 bushels of grain were inspected on the  company's lines, while combined inspections at Minneapolis, Duluth and  Chicago were S6.408.392 bushels, indicating that from. September 15th to  October 31st inspections in the Cana-  Whole    System     Braces     Up,    Vigor  Returns,   Appetite   Increases  DR.  HAMILTON'S  PILLS  N-o Regulating Medicine Brings  Results So Quickiy  Half sick men, and women who  scarcely know what aits them, will be  given a new lease of life with Dr.  Hamilton's Pills. Depressed spirits  disappear, headaches are forgotten,  appetite increases, blood is purified  and enriched, pains, at the base of the  spine are stopped, tiie nerves are toned up, ambition to work is increased,  and day hy day the old-time health and  vigor return.     25c at all dealers.  tains proper directions.    Handy boxes ' dian Pacific alone were neai-ly equal  of    twelve    tablets    cost    few    cents. I to the combined inspections    at    the  Druggists  also  soil  bottles  of  24 and ; f,.-    "Vmorlo-m noints  100.    - Aspirin is the trade mane (reg-   xn";e -4S?Uc.An W*���������- ���������    t  Istered in Canada)-of Bayer Manufac-1 The movement east from Winnipeg  ture of ^Vtofioaceticacidester" of Sallcy- f during the same period totalled 53,-  lieacid. While it Is well known that ��������� 90i cars or a��������� average of 1,147 cars  Aspirin means Bayer manufacture, to . ��������� . ,,-^.n^ ���������* 4-u������* o'nmA +i������.������- +>.������.  assist the public against imitations Ver da5, .virile at the same time the  the Tablets of Bayer Company will be ; company delivered at Vancouver  stamped    with    their    general    trade . 2,681 cars of grain, representing 3,915,-  British   Museum   Library   Largest  Tlie three largest libraries    in   the  world are the BrMsh Museum library,  which has four million volumes; the  Bibiiothequ* Natiotiale, at Paris,  which has three million; and the Library of Congress, in Washington, with  just half a million less.  One Whose People Are  Provided  For*  Says Italy's Premier  II. E. Benito Mussolini, Premier of  Italy, in a recent interview, said: "No  nation can call itself well organized  and prosperous which has within its  borders, any large number of people,  who are insufficiently provided with  the necessities of life. There is nothing the matter with the logic of socialism or communism; but life does not  fit in with that logic, and look at what  disaster has brought about in'Russia  by blindly insisting upon a logic that  does not fit life. We live in. a world  of people." .  Value of Saskatchewan Crop  It is estimated that Saskatchewan's  1923 crop will yield $276,844,65$. It  is based on crop yield reports and  gauged at the average price which is  expected te prevail during the selling  season.    3>e not   eoffts  iS another dav-wits  I tea ing. Bleeding, or Protruding Plies. Ke  surgical ������per.  aslon required.  Dr. Cnaso'e Ointment will relieT������y<ra aYonoe  and afiord lasting benefit 60s. e> bos: all  dealers, or Bdm&nsojv Bate* A Co.. Limited,  Toronto. Sample Box free U you mention tais  paper and-enclose 2o. stam&to pay postage.  MONEY ORDERS  The safe -way to s������nd money by snail is bjr  Dominion  Express Money  Order.  MALE  HELP WANTED  mark, the "Bayer Cross."  Population of Quebec  The  population of Quebec City, ac-  720 bushels.  Nation-wide Fame���������There is scarcely  a   corner  of  this  great  Dominion  cording   to tlie municipal   census just   where the merits of Dr. Thomas' Ec-  and  most  . lamo  port places the population of the Ho - j back and many other ailments arising  man Catholic French-Canadians .**t i from inflammation. Rubbed on the  105,831 and  dktns at 105,  UU4UU1K     LI)    l IMS    uitiuiULiai    fccunua    juoi. ���������    "������m������-    ^������������^   "-"^a   ".-   ^-..    iu^mu.^  Issued, reaches 116,488.. an. increase of! Metric   Oil have  not  been  tried  _ _���������     '       ��������� ���������,���������..        m. , proved.     It is one ot the worlds i  o.SSS over 1921.      The  assessor s re- ��������� efficient remedles for sore throat, :  HARD ON LITTLE ONES  To safeguard the child from damage  that worms cause, use Miller's Worm  Powders, the medicine par .excellence  for children. These powders will  clear thfe systenT entirely of -worms,  will regulate and stimulate the organs  injuriously affected by the worms, and  will- encourage healthful operation of  the digestive processes. - -As a vermifuge it can be relied on for its effectiveness.  S  ALES MAN    WANTED  TO SELL  Send 75c  samples. Special  quantity prices. Dorothy. Hair Net  Co., Lindsay Bldg., Montreal.  Dorothy  Hair Nets.  for     dozen  Pro tea tant   Frvnch-Cami--  ! skin its healing power is readily ab-  j sorbed, and it can also be taken internally.  NO MORE WEAK  and DIZZY SPELLS  Since She Used  MiLBURN'S  Heart and Nerve Pills  Mia-n TV-rrhn, Oharrcm-. IleftLnm,  Sa^fc., writes:���������"1 havo hud a lot of  trouble lfir.fly, with what I thought,  wan hoar*, "rotable. an<5 after any im-  U-5-UitI oref-r'-lo:i r al-.vay^ tr-lt sick.  My doctor advised ;* f-omplete ro^t  and obariK'1. but this I was unable lo  ta'k*"-.  I hr-r.Hiiif' inti*rf.-!tr������ij in Milbut-n's  li.-nrt ?ind X'*rv<-- I'ill?, ������o sr.nrt.iHl talking r.li.-m. I hn%<- i:.nw raken iUr<:,<-  SKdXos jind isiu s-rt nnif.h imj������rovt-d I enn  K<a jtboul jay dally woe'k wlrhour ffi*l-  inp any afu-r i'.I i-Hccim and hstv<" run,  .iaw'1 nr.j -.v-t-'i'f; <>v Chcj.y :-.;.<(j1!.- fcx-  ���������-i<������rji<���������* tini" Your ijiHcticiui-<   h;is <ioin-  mn mori' r.-rn'������d lliiiii ?iriTtliin������r f !nr,n  over t,'tk*.-u. iirnl I will gla'dly i'p<:(w)-  i\]P,n<\ Mllburn'.-i fluarl: nml Xcrv"  I'llllH to ill).;- -."'oinrih \vhu .In '-vojik uml  n-ni down."  J'i'lfi1- r.iu- |i<-r bo.\ i,j ;t.lI do.-ih-rn, or  r.Kilh''(1 (!iri--'-r. on. n-fc-lpr of [������rlc������> hy  Tlin T. Mllbiirn Co.. r.litiifvd, Toronto.  < i n t.  Canadian Pacific Excursions East  The   Annual  Winter  Excursions to  Kastern    Canada    over the Canadian  Pacific Railway will start December  1st and tickets will be on sale dally  up to and Including January 5th, 1924,  from all sLaLlons in Manitoba (Winx.1-  I������c-k and West), Saskatchewan anil Al������  horta. Those tickets have a final  return limit of throe months from  date of isHun. Illustrated literature  giving full information" has been is-  sued, nnd is now available at any  CuruuUan L'aclJlc ticket office.        3S-23  Canadian fall weather is extremely  hard on little ones. One day it is  warm and bright and the next wet and  cold. These sudden changes bring on  colds, cramps and colic, and unless  baby's little stomach Is kept right the  result may be serious. There is nothing to equal Baby's Own Tablets in  keeping the little ones well. They  sweeten the stomach, regulate tho  bowels, break up colds and make baby  thrive. The Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents  a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  If a' iinan doesn't marry  a woman  because she is pretty or because she  lias money, it in pretty sure sign that  he's In lof e with her.  MRS. HARVEY DISHMAN  A Freak Turnip  U 1.1. MYtion, or Brooks County, Ont.,  r;tis.-d a, turnip 1.1 j Is year which in  .'ion if thing of a curiosity. Thn leaves  v-'oro ."'",-en f'Lf-t Mix -uu'liefi iii diameter'  nnd tho mot It.Heli' wtiH l.href. feet in  r-ifi-umlY-rftrH'.tt around ita smoothes t  purr. It vim lii Inches long and  weighed 22 pounds. The leuvea and  turnip l.og"ther woig'hod 4-t poundH,  One  Thing  After  Another  Kiir������M������ji   rifU'   ������!i:u-a^-'W   or    liehl  'vi^getahlo  (ii'op.--   \v*-i"   n.'jiort i if   in  i o.l  the  [���������!���������.;},<-.(!   {'-::;-.!-.   ���������   hn^t   yi-nr.  l������'U-ir.-      n     hid I      ni;trl<ft  jiRninst., n.-i I arc '.vill H'������t-  du'M-( iiof (.-: (.-.-.. I..i/-..'.'.  ! u'"i;. ,<i  If  :  to  ro  it  N'.-Y  tllVIUi'!  cout>-n.t  rlujt   i;o  ULSJO  ^140' tA''':' te^&ffis  <\1 .       .->.  tamaBmmsmmm  Asthma Brinfje Mitsery, but Dr. J, 1 >.  Kttllof.'K'H Awthmn Keinfdy will roplaco  tl.f jnt-'.-ry with Wi:l<\<>UM; relief. Inhaled siri uniokii or vapor If. r������������Eieheft  thf wry imiHi-ino������t j-eccHseH of the  bronchial p:lhhuk*>a and sootlifM them.  l:������-.-ori������:������.ion ro<mh������-h. and i-aHy breathing  rHui'iiH. Ii" you know a������ well how  iliin r'-m'-'ty would h*slr> you ?ih do  i (hnjh.it udri ot' Kni'lt'TuI n������������ei'H, rhere  would l������f- :i |ih'-I'.ii'ii In your home r������������-  nl������ljt.       Ti'.y   it.  WJiens   Riiilway Travel   |g   3<nfe  ,"\ 1-t'fnyd hi vufet'y In ntilvviiy (uivol-  Ilo-' In f;r*;i> isrltuln wan fiHtnbllKhod  hini ;- <-.ir, wJo'ii only live jiaunengern  vcrti I. i 11���������-<!.. i rk >i������t*-l������l*TiU- out <d* a t.olal  or    IjHtl.iru.oOO   eanied   by   the    rjtll  ���������i'  '���������r rme  oi  '!i>Vhi<.,Mih  IDJi  'Am,i\\.i':,   1.,ni(f( ir.'t   Flclif-vcti  P,'.li������  TlIE Al>PEALINGI- OhABM OF  Heai/cii and Beauty!  London, On1..���������"I>r. Plerre'H Favorlto  I'jrt'Mcrlptiuu jirevi.nl very bnmdkial to  mo u������ i������ tonic and nnrvlne. After  iwilhnrlwiod 1 wns very wonk ntid could  a������nt rn������n1n my Htrentfth. Ivdld not;  atl)|i������������:ir to havo tiny blood, but fitter  -InMivc; l������r. Plm^e'i VttvorHn l"roa<M-lri-  ti������>n for u Hliort tiu.i������ my h<-ih,U and  idt-fiiKtli caino bintk, I heartily rncotn-  inctid I''avot'lt������> I'reserhjilon to nil w������mi!c  iirul i|1lln������-wouieu."-r"Ni  luun, ihi Itivtory Htwsot.  Ith. Iltirvoy Dl������h-  Yoiir Judith Is most, luu>ortj������,nl. to you.  IfH. ctually Improved, .lust ask your  n������Mir������������Ht ih-iiu:������(5s< for tbk I'reM'rlpthin of  I>r. Plen-e's, In fuhhd. oi liquid form; or  i������eiMl 10c to IH*. ri(-rv^';i I a������ I lorn lory In  ItrfritfohnrK, Out., for h trlai! id<������. talilet.H.  "VVrll4* I������r IMoren. Pr.'-M������.i>t fnvtilh'N  Hotel, lluirulo, JN, V., 15 3'ou wuut frc<i  rn"dhail   tidvlijo,  Elevator At Edmonton ,  WiM Aid Western Route  2,500,000- Bushel Elevator Will Be  'Ready For 1924 Crop  A government terminal elevator,  with 2,500,000 bushels capacity, is to  be erected at Edmonton, Alberta, in  time for handling the 1924 crop of th������  western provinces, it was announced  by Hon. Charles Stewart, Minister ot  the Interior, on his return from Alberta. The new elevator will serve  tho needs of the Canadian National  Railways and will also provide cleaning facilities, without which grain from  Northern Alberta cannot he satisfactorily shipped via 'Vancouvor for  ocean carrlago to the world markets.  A slto has been* selected, tests for  the foundations are being mado and  contracts for tho excavation of tho.  elevator havo been let, it was announced. Work on tho construction  of tho elevator will start, it Is oxpoct-  ed, before the first of the year and  the construction is to bo finished' before the 1924 crop is ready for moving. Tho cost of tho elevator will he  between $1,000,000 and $1,500,000.  With the development of tho wheat  shipment via the Pacific const trade  tho need of an Interior elevator tit  Edmonton has boe.onio vital,. ns tho  cleaning faclllllott aro noeossary In.  order that farmers In tho Edmonton  district mny bo able to ship their  grain via Vancouver. Additional  elevator fncllllloR nve si.Iko being provided at Vancouver for the handling  of grain at that pprl., and .next year.  It in expected, tho amount, of grain  shipped vi-i Ihe Pacific routo will show  a 'tremendous Incrou&o ovor the  amount handled this lall.  MkcopI. for the juhlll Umul fimlllHen  planned nl 'Vancouver, thlc. will bo thn  only elevator construction undertaken  by the government in tho west during  the next, year. >.;  Booh recently took po.'.>Ke������iJloa of a  I'arin iiastry kIioo and held It lor throe  hours sigaitiHt till afl.omptH to dislodge  then i.  Universal Portable and Folding Bath Tub  with      or-   -without      iiisianta.ii<iOUS  water heater attached,   permits ah  bn.throoril comforts of a millionaire  i������  any  room.       JNro  plumbing.       Equally  suitable  for  coui������try"'---.or     town     home.  Sensation  of  T^ondon   Fair.  SO    days'    trial.       Moderate  price.      Ask Jibcrst our indoor chemical   closets?,  UNIVERSAL   METAL.   PRODUCTS   CO..  88 Assumption St., Waikervllie, Ontario  inr  Ell:  n  I How to Prevent  Biliousness  Doctors warn against remedies  containing ^powerful drugs and  alcohol. ���������'The Extract of Roots, J:  long known aa Mother Scigcl's  Curative Syrup, has no dope or  strongingredients; itchasesav/ay  indigestion, biliousness and constipation. Can be had at any  drug store.**    Got the genuine.  tSOn. and $1.00 Bottles. 3   m  gatzz:        , -���������ie        ====iEi^!t  EI  H  r^-safe^RfllablBi'rtiKulallnK'  (lifrc litaie.sol ������lrrni;\hi- N������;l-,-$l; ���������'  ;fS<.,2���������s5/No,-); f.f),.,,- Sui'fi^^i  'driiRniili/o'i ift\\pfe|i������'iilai\ rrr'pf|-l:  -|f������fc-n������r>ipl)l5;1,tr#r  THE/COOK MthlC'lNEliCO.-V,  ���������'���������"iWTiir.oritP' (l<nw������rlr'Wlaa������ar):���������:'.'. ���������"��������� I  l(|.|',ilit,iT"M<,i!������r.,|W",\cr:  Ifii-il'tt-li?--.1-".'-;1 (."f.,'..;"! ���������"  Take it home to  tho kids  Havo a packet in  your (ticket for an  ever-ready treat.  A dolicioiis confection nnd an aid lo  tho teeth, appetite,  digestion.  Scaled in lis  Purity Package  ullnard'E Ltnin-wtt for Dnndru^f  Biiwfww.lSsS^iSWfwlslw  stmmM**o*vmitm  mmjMmtwmwmgm  .,,.^^ji^?!*^^  wmwm TEE   EEVX&W,    OBESTON,   B.    0.  cning Jbnd. - Of.  Smdle Crop Farming Is A.  /  1 * WESTERN EDITORS  _ The elimination of the "land miner"  in tho west is cited by a prominent  banker as ono'of tho brightest signs of  thfe times.      Tho man who mines his  land instead of.'farming it isbeing '.replaced by tlie real farmer, "   (Astime j  goes   on  this  process   of ''-elimination j  "will   bear 'fruit  in   sustained   p-rodue--j  <3yity of the soil and,a''prosperous, and :  inpre contented rural'population. -:<  "Clean-ups" are still being made in  wheat. A recent report from Alberta  states that with low-priced farm lands  and heavy yields of grain in that province this year, seme farmers, have been  afole to -"accomplish wonders" in the  tray of ^flnanclng their farms.. "As an  Itistance: Certain parties acquired a  farm'near Consort in the fall of 1921,  which they prepared for crop las  and sowed- this^yearj|;i)o|"^e&t.,  crop which '1^ey,.:uay^|jult-^|a3cen.;^a"  / has paid for��������� itself%nd,for tjie land in  addition/' "; / : v.   '. '������������������"'' - ';'���������.: "';%   '--''-':.  Such ������������������,in'stances.w-aro:'._. unusual... ...^l-  Sserta > had��������� /'an:" exceptionally '/heavy  wheat yieldvthis> seasonv   ^ She^; can  not -.depend/upon having such yields  year in and year out���������and neither can  ���������Saskatchewan nor Manitoba. Conse  quently there is nothing "in the experience of the few farmers in the west  who have done '-"wonders" with wheat  this year to disprove the contention  that in the long runf straight wheat  growing or one-crop'' farming of any  port-is-., bound to be as bad for the farmer's bank booli: ^s (it is for his soil.  ' One-crop farming*- is ���������"iand^nining'!;";  and "land-mining" means - taking  Everything out of the soil and putting  |Sothing back. ----'   '-c<ir  ������'This   sort of  "farming"   is  nothing  Inore or less than straight gambling.  frhe only certain thing about it is that  In the end it wears out the soil, which  *������������- the farmer's ^irinoipal capital, axiXa  flown     production,     and     eventually  ?!foaves the farmer poor.      Where one  Hfarmer pays for his land with a single  rpfheat crop these days, a������ dozen farmers can't pay their taxes out of wheal;.'  ?JThe longer men live and-fai;3>ft4n this  i?spart oi tlie���������country; sue more i-iiey iiave  ^t impressed upon them that it is mor<|  profitable in the end to make a littie  ���������'^aoney each year than to take a gam-  spend it aJL during ilio Intervening  lean years. An Increasing number of  them, are consequently going in for  dairying and diversified farming. They  are listening to the advice of men who  have made a study of farming the  world over. : They are atsd learning  from the/experience of older settled-  districts on the great plain-.'of-'America., which were cursed with the land  miner in their early days and have  beenNforced in recent years to revert  to balanced farming.  This is -Indeed one of the hopefull-  esf. signs in " the west today. The  bank and the loan company are frequently looked upon by the farmer as  his natural enemies. They are not  lOiily-not his enemies; but in many  ways/they ��������� are among his most useful  friends'" if be would, butv-repognjze the  factj/v(cfs^ithini the ./last/ j^w/J months  there have been indications that in the  future those who have money to loan  to farmers will view with greater fav-  *.������  L Su-i���������-\_������ ������4i J~r ������S mam-^rl.'m tr m.T-1 t-m-t*}        ^* *-   - . \-^mh   I    S^A   <���������������������������.������*. -mi <u>p -    W������J_4,   s*   ���������  farmers than those of land miners, and/  'one-cropi gamblers.' This attitude of  ihe banks and loan companies, if. per-���������  ! sis ted in, as it will undoubtedly be.  will have the effect of benefitting -both  themselves . and - the farmers. The  loans will be better secured; and the.  farmers will be protected against the  inevitable" consequences of gambling  with nature. The country will benefit  all around.  Some farmers >;wiil - (perhaps/; look  upon/the stand:which has/b.een-"iridi-  cated as a "disagreeable form of benevolence.-. The wiser ones will accept  it in the spirit in which" it iskintended/  Wheat will probably remain-wfor raaxiy  Selecting The iJest Varieties  Of   Wlieat   For   Growin  P  An   L ne rraine rrovmess  -   The i,������.jlec������ion of the  best variesles  of wheat for growing in the Canadian  west  va&y   be   considered   ono   ot   the  most important questions with which  |tlie     a.griculturist ���������'; .has;,;to  deal.       In;  fyeSrs gone by Red. : Fife    wheat    was  Considered, to be the best wheat for  /western conditions, when   the   wlieat  fgrowirig ./area  was  small.       This old  (Bed Fife was only suitable for south-  fern district-s In the:,prairie provinces,  Jwhere it is (still grown eoa certain extent, and to districts'where earliness  iwas not an Important factor.      It was  num. Apart from ih.e financial aspect, the fact tha"i SO per cent, of the  whear produced in Canada is Marquis  is In itself a sufficient assurance that  (Marquis- has been of great beneiit xo.  the Dominion.  Canadian Apples Winaers  H,. Imoerial^Fruit Sbow  Jno. A. Carswell, Editor' and Proprietor . oC The News, ' Ked Deer,;  Alberta., './'// '(   '���������'������������������'/ 'V*~-y  Wbihenl; rb5ipi?^ad(e<l  Thinies Ne^L Again  Tkk  ���������������������������;;--T)h'l4'-''ahy-  Garment or  Drapery  Shabby  Each IE-cent package  "Diamond  I>yes" costaiss directions so simple(  -that any woman can Aye or tint any(-  oldj worn, faded thing new, even if|  she ;;has never dyed before. Choosot?  any sebior a.t drug-store. -    ^  .years the principal/crop-in (this^pro-v  firiee; "(but "fetraigl/t/wheat ,;-farming- is  doomed. -'As^the^ foundation^- for a'  system of intelligently:,balanced farming, wheat' Is a very1 valuable crop.  As a whole system In itself, wheat is  as risky: ras any Mother. crop.-���������Regina  Leader.  Settlers From  U.S.  ASberla's Municipal Ho spit ass  Success s(ijfx --System     is.   Urtjc^J*-  prt  '.*.,*-,v 'V '--.'"A/rri*'ridau''Contine'r!'t x :;- '-''" " :~  ��������� -SigniScant: comment on the success ,  ||ler's chance of making a "pile" e very |;p*i;the Service a bitit^of the .feuntctpal  |fourth^ or .fifth'- year    and    having    tg  !  A  Gleamy Mass f  Of Beautiful Hair  |^5-Cent     "Dand'Sri-ne"     S.p     Improves;  ';/        '.'/Llfelessj- Neglec'ted^'Hai.ir''''''''''1'''"'   :':  /I An abundance  ���������R>������ luxuriant' half  ffull 'of / gloss,  "gleams *-. aasd^lif en  shortly' follows ..a  , genuine toning-up.  ri.pi! n"e gl e'e't'o d  '^jealps witli de-  |5pendable "Dan-  ((ilerine."  n   Falling     hair,  pitching- scalp and  -Sthe dandruff Is corrected immodiately.  jlfrhin, dry, wispy or fading hair is  "insickly Invigorated, Inking on new  wiitei'ngth, color and youthful beauty.  /"Danderlne" Is delightful on the halr;(  /a refreshing, stimulating "tpniczr1������Pt  ������stlcky or greasy!      Any'^trug .stQi-eJ  :������������������  ^U     i;'.������     ���������������������������'���������  .liospitals "system of Alberta, which is  unique on the American continent, is  contained - in the- October number of  the "Modern Hospital/' the organ of  the American Hospital Association.  The comment, is in (lie shape of an  {'editorial hbteSon: an article "written .by  j^t^ur'^(^rh(istdn, .supervisor of hois^:  . ...a--. -^....-..-...i .;^-���������. .j,^_      .Thenar-'  Number  Decreased   During  Year 'But  :; ������������������'���������Ig '   :   Mo-re: M-oney Brought In       ,  Settlers to enter ..Canada from the|  United States in the western immigra-|  tion division during October number^  ed 608, showing a decrease of 155 uh||  der the total fo-r the same month o������:  1922, it was announced at offices o||  the Dominion Immigration Depart^  ment. .. Though the number of newr  corners kw&k,;smraIler..:"th'an/'.-ta-....:' 1922(g  wealth "brought i&io the -country b^(  the settlers exceeded that brought !rt;  last season. This year's figure wa||  4170,931 compared with $140,26& las'i  year, while the value of settlers' eff!  fects was' placed ;at ?4-3,lll compared.^  with ������6i7,949. North Portal proved;  the most popular port of entry for'thifj  month, it was Eearned, for 1<31 entrants ' were reported from there  Second came Emerson with 134.  ������������������-1 At the ImperiallFruit Show (held recently ~iit ���������Mahchester, England, four  ffl|rs,t  prizes "were  awarded- to  British  ispon found, however,, in/the develop-   clolumbia apple:'growers  and two to  (rnent of the  Canadian west,   that an  Nearly-   variety >was, necessary.     The  Experimental Farms ever since their  inception   have -endeavored ' to   in trot  (duce  early, high-yielding^ varieties- of  (good milling quality. -    *  The most noteworthy* introduction  IpE the Dominion "Experimental Farms,  as far as wheat Is concerned, is the  variety Marquis which    has    become  ��������� lUXAtl.       A.t*iii J lio        AA*.        t.\, ������6LJ OjIXO'A.I. kXAJU'C;*  in-   the    year 1892, numerous- crosses  were made of our    Canadian    wheats  from India "and Russia, with the resultJ  -that Marquis: wheat"; v������as.-  originated  from one of these crosses, but it was  not until 1903 that a pure line selection was   obtained. :    From  then  on.  Marquis lias gradually gained the:ascendancy over all ether wheats in the  ;west, untik todiiy about SO per cent, of  ���������the whea't grewn in  Canada  Is Marquis.      It is also worth;r of note that]  16 per  cent,  of the: wlieat "grown  in  the United. States of America is Marquis.      One. other wheat has in that:  country a higher percentage than Marquis    and    that    is.- Turkey, a winter-  wheat that is grown in the  majority  of the states."-; Of the spring wheats,  however, (Marquis is the first in: popularity and leads all spring wheats by  adout 8 per cent, of the i  area    of    the    states.     In 1919 sonie  twelve milliB-E. acres of Marquis wheat  were grown in" the.- United States.  T'he-^''-Expei"iru^n'taT-:' Farms,   always  .IfpTa Scotia growers.  j In the British Empire section, the  ���������fiirst place for "any dessert���������variety"  -vfent to the Associated Gs-o^-ers of  British Columbia.. ���������.' In the same section for any" (cabKing vaEletyi( they first  three prizes went to Snglish exhibitor, while the fourth position wentto  .the -' Assorted/-'^-(weiTSj /of '^iBritis(h  ��������� Columbia':/ / / ^--/f % ? -/;������ f i:( g 3 f' ^ :-:':  '^:Thre:lfe(:''���������s'p^Ia^'rpflzes%v-e're,' won  hy  the   Associated    Growers    of   British  Columbia..   .The. Associated  Growers  ^e(cured .the'-DaiIy*'tJverse^s:(Mail gold  eup   (������50)   for the  esliibition in  the  overseas s e'etien j 3- tlie; -Goddwihsl X.lni-  Ited, silver cup < ������15) for the best en-  ���������-ti^r ;by any British Columbia co-operative organization; and    the    Poupart.  Limited, prize of  ������10 in gold for the  best 'British. Columbia exhibit in the  overseas* section.  MelBej���������!-;(���������j^Sjck;^by f-/    _.//.  .:  # I '|;| 'fE^^naia Fag/|yns^  HariViless    Laxative   to   Clean    Liver  ahd.Boyvels of Baby or Chiid  Even constipated, bilious, feverish, or sick, colic  Babies vand   Chil-  0.01- \ dreiislSovet'tG? take i  '*"*" ' genuine. "California   -Fign. Syrup." -;  No other'la^satSve  regulates the tender  little   bpwels/j.  / Micunderstoo'd  J   The teacher had been glvJng a very  fall account of th'0 Reindeer, ll:a hauttts,  habits  and uses. t    Ono-Iittlo urchin {  was, however, not paying; tho sllgh'tesli!  alien tion, so tho teiiicher. nskect'li-Im��������� j  "Now, what  is tl^e use or-the reindeer?" "  The startled urchin  looked up stnd  Kiihl: "It makes everything in thirisar-  ;. den lovely, teacher."'.  ipital organization in Alberta.  [ tide Is based on an addL-ess delivered  by'-'-Miv Whlston .atfthe annual ,s ess ion  of. the* Alberta Hospital. Association.  Tlie artlecle is printed in full',- with the  following note by the editor:  "The public demands upon the municipal hospital are becoming more each  year. The hospital as a. semi-private  institution where those who can afford  Its care in time of sickness has gone  forever. Today, wo are trying to  make the hospi|al an Institution- open  to everyone who. needs tho. (fat'IUties* It,  offers. Tlio" municipal "hospital as' a  publlouttUty(presents k. peculiar, problem in that it may not become a bur-  fkm..,-:. Thewmunicipal hospitals of Al-  bc-rLa: have adjusted themselvoa to  this dilllcuWy.through a plan by:which  the well pay .for the hospital service  o.fi the'sEclc1 through a t:n: for,'that purpose. - This, together with tho'4one  'dollar a day rate charged patients,  flnnnces thej hospital. . In this way  (lie burden of maintaining tho hospital  i$ equally^ "'I'lsirlbutod among taxpayers.  keeping In m|nd thjeir.-(objective, of an.   ^^-0 et ens.   the!  earl;--, high-yielding  wheat -"of    good f stomach  milling ......qualities;.--, havei, been  able  introduce other wheats  of less com  snd    starts  ,-ana  to -.bowels acting without griping.      Con-  - tains no. narcotics or soothing .drugs.  mercial value but -still, of���������-'utmost im-  Say "California" to your druggist and  avoid counterfeits!      insist upon gen-  portanee for certain districts.    Among J yine  "California,    Fig    Syrup"  which-'  these   other   wheats should be noted j contains directions.     /   ,  Prelude    and rSBuron.      Ruby  -Seiit���������n������:ed;'to D������atSi,^.";:     ^      |(  No Appeal Possible  "(The death warrant ''[is passed "out  every time a.corn is treated,.;with Putnam's Corn Extractor. itii>ineans the  end of tthe corn. Putnam's lifts out  corns,' a-oot and branch, and never  falls. Hefuse any substitute for Putnam's.     25c every where.     . -(���������  Your liver-���������healthy or clogged, active  or sluggish���������maketMjJl the difference  between a vigorous, jmm^  cheerful life and low   ��������� ^JKKWijn^^  IVER  piu   IBWF*?1B^y?ffll   ., headache and, tlie  bitten there la notninu on earth tso good  Q.BCuttir*iL!ttIiUv(r Pills. Purely vegetable.  tapirita and lail-  urc. To subdue  a Stubborn  liver, overcome connt*-  nation, dlzzi-  n-eaa. bilious-  titan, hidige&tEon  ,,-(.-.-���������::;;.;��������������������������� /Intefebt1 In Annuities.  Irierca^tog ��������� Ju'tereBL 111 i.;ougUpuI. CJilh-  ������da -In: tho /DoininJon. Government' nn-  uuitieH Is Indicated by n large Increase  In, applications for tlilfl' h>rrn of in-  vosiinont made during the'./last, cjtx  monlltB to tho -Dominion '''hnuitlea  branch of the'-Department of! Labor,  tho ������i\-5t six "mouths of tho  jj.s<:a3 'S<:nr, >i. Ui<fh ,->J������j'ils <WJ  the nruount oC hioney tirvost-  t.-d hiiH been over. Sf.567,000, which Jb an  anereriso of Sfl'jn.OOO over tho vtiluo of  ���������the nnmiltloH Issued In Ihe saute peril-oil last year.  Blotting Paper From Wood Pulpf^  New Departure in the Manufacture of  ,t Blotting Paper (;  (,; As a result of Investigations rocent-  .l*ricarried but by the Forest Products  jtsiboral/ories of the Forestry Branch  oC tho Department of the Interior,  Canada, in thelr./oxperlmental papei;  mill,, blotting paper with excellent nb-  ;.&orpliv������ '^ualm'es. has. been (.produced  entirely from wood pulp/( This is an  entire departure in the -manufacture  oi' blot ling paper," tho best grades  hitherto being roado, from rag pulp.  A.n Interesting feature of the now product is -that-it conttttn#;a.lni'ige proportion of pulp made from"1 a wood whlt-lu  although plentiful, l������m found littlp  employnnent in the pulp industry Ih  Canada*  Ruby,  wheat Is a wheat wliick ripens about  8 to 10 days earlier than Marquis and  Is. therefore suitable in (districts where  Marquis, in the average year, is a lit-  -(il5 tie too late. Buby, however, is not as  high yielding or of a.s' good milling  qualitj'- as Marquis, and should, therefore, be grown only in districts where  Marquis is not a sure crop." The Pre-  lude wheat is an extremely early!  wheat, suitable only for. 'districts!  where the season is very short. Prelude will rip en about 1-1 days earlier  than Marquis, or 4 to 8 days earlier  than Ruby. ..."  The above wheats are most adapted to 'western conditions, but It has  been found that they"givo excellent results under Eastern Canadian, condition 13, especially if grown, on somewhat heavier soils, Tho Cereal Division, when considerihg"its- wheat work,  has alAyay9v.kept.4a,i)aInd .the^requirements of the east as well as the west,  with the result that Huron wheat was;  Introduced for use In Eastern Canada  on the lighter soUsy Huron ia a  bearded wheat which glves^Tsood results on the sandy soils that are so  frequently me t with In. Eastern "Canada.  '���������] The ^introduction 01' the sibove  wheats has financially meant a great  deal to Canada. -It has he en com put-  ad by various persons that Mnrquis 1  wheat alone has added to tho wealth  of  Ctumda.some  ^20,000,000   per an-  r   Ship la Record....Clearance  Leviathan   Leaves Southamtpon   Only  Twenty-Six    Hours   Aft&r  Dockln-g-        -   . -     . ,  ( The I-eviaihan, which arrived at  Southampton at 10 o'clock on a Saturday morning, sailed. Cor, New York at  noon Suriday. This is the niost ex- ,  peditious handling of a liner ever  achieved there.  ; For twenty-four hours 1,500 men  ftnd women worked -continuously to  get her ready for *ea, svnd when this  last ton of freight was shipped there  were two hours to spare. A few-  hours after the Leviathan x-eached port  two laundries washeuB ..and ironed 43,-  000 ptfec^s-'of "llneta.**/;��������� Th^ rush; was  made sp ' i'il-lO ; enrfgrants-on board  might bo included in. the November  quoin..-' - -   ���������*������������������.>���������:  y.;.:;DI"S;TE'M:-p.E-.R(  t\il' -���������' ..'"'. '���������' '.rfi -! .''-,.'*"'."���������'''"I J-'.'.."- i'-;-    .,  A s.afo, d^jjcouablo :*i  f������ffectlvo reniotly U  ���������Cou������-hs��������� Cottlp, IS5wtv������  \var, . Iortucns:u Itenvos ami "Worms!  In mon it hortwfl mul mulea. Absolutely I  lharmloxn, and o������������ saix* for o������>lt������ a������* H i>)  por stdwIlloueK mares ������r troldltiK������. tSlv������'|  ���������SivflliBj*8" occ4taIc.tvn.lly a������ a prevon-|  ?ttx'������-v.      33-oM n-t nil drutfc storon:  JSRO'KWv'M-EulCAt: COj COSH E N. I'HPC^S.A.r  During  j H������rt'ii-Jil  Aprll'l  at  u  uS,  ���������liii)  ��������� ������.'���������  \yhou    you   sod   a   yeung mim  clmi'ch       ovf>rv    ��������� Rundi-iv      nbtlvt    'It  doesn't take  a puazlo  expert to tLntl  !Si3Ml'**'ffv|'**"' "W'wMwiwwitwi'wiiiiMi  im  is ratvr c*n<c<vrstg  uiiTrn iierrsi iirmim  meeting* of the East Creston  Water Users' CommuBity -will be held  sut the residence of Kel. Andrews,  Saturday, .lansaary 26th. at S o'clock  p.m., impbr������>atat business'. A full- attendance is desired. W. 13-. "Willson,  Secretary.  hwhm 0S)ursb Services  SUNDAY. JArSUARY  13  CRESTON  8 and 11 a.m. -      7.30 p.m.  Creston Bakery  ������-**��������� ���������mmv^mrm,mt    wtsav*    a    imp* <w^������rJ3-S%SS������S.  Mfiirtngl liigtun  a  I  Pit  lOGiiitoi  one better  ooa  it  ���������S-"  with Untried  Products  i  when you can secure, the guaranteed  OGILvIE lines .at much the sarae  price.  We have this week unloaded  amtheearhad of Flour  and Feeds  and have a complete stock of everything- needed by the houaewite,  stockman and poultry fancier.  We are particularly well   pleased  -with, our lines of  BREAKFAST FOODS  Mailed Oats  Standard Oatmeal  Wheat Granules  Also in stock now���������  Pot Barley  il0l���������S���������lifi  Mrs. Angus fJaenefasei Is speadisg a  few" days with friends in Spokane this  week.  Miss Elsie Hendien is here from  v"ictoria. for  a bolidte,y visit with her  parents.  H. B. Staples is a business visitor at  I������awisto������,  Iditho,  this   week, leading  ass Sssnday.     r  Mrs. Jessie ������sewisp teaeber of piano  forte, Royal Academy of Music, Lon  don, Laniont Bldjf., Creston.  Cow Fob Sale���������Pine milch cow,  will freshen before the New Year.  Wns. Senile (Canyon), Krtcisson  P. O.  A special sneetiag of Creston Valley  Women's Institute will be held in the"  Parish Hall at 3 p. tit., Friday,-January  25tb.  Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walton and faui-  ; ily of Silver ton. who have bees guests  Iof   Mr. and Mrs. McAlpine,  left" for  houie early last week.  I    Miss Ethel West lest on  Saturday  j for'-"- Calgary,-. Alberts, where   "she  Is*  taking a commercial course in a business college in that city.  The January meeting oJL the Wo  naen*8 Missionary Society will be' held  !at the manse on Tuesday afternoon,  Janl 15th, at 3.30 o'clock.  Wanted���������Canadian ���������'-  and     young  daughter desires   position   as   housekeeper to widower or bachelor.. Apply'  Mrs. A. Cross-, Redcliff, Alta.  After trying out afternoon sessions  for a few weeks, the Sunday school of  Christ Churtli is again meeting each  Sunday morsiiri;c at 10.^5 as fornserly.  The Pss*sb5-terlapB and Methodists  aie uniting for a week ������������f prayer  which will he held in the tatter church  commencing, at S p.sii., Monday asext.  T. ������>y tie, jeweler, who has been at  his ranch at Crawford Buy .for souse  weeks past, has returned and opened  up for business again.  School opi-ned on   Monday  v*5th  a  full turnout of-scholars in every di vi  sion,  the; new   principal.   Mr. JoneSj,  arriving at noon to take charge of the  public school. '��������� i' ti':. j  Miss A, IJoyle of Creston Growers^  Limited, office staff, left at the end of  the week for Edmonton, Alberta,  where she will make a few weeks? visit  wiKh her sister*. .  f Miss Frahees jLysie returned to "Vancouver-on Saturday to resume her  work at the TJnivei*sity of B.C.> after  spending a two week's vacation with  her parents here.      ���������       '"-.������������������  Charles Biafore returned on Snnday  from a business trip to Crow line  points, and reports experiencing &  touch of 52 below zero at Bl&irmore  on Thursday morning last.  Mrs. W. S. McAlpine is a visitor  with Edmonton and other friends in  Alberta, having been called tti that  city early last week on account of the  death of her brother, Robert.  The annual congestion*! meeting of  Christ Church is announced for Tues.  day night in the Parish Hall, and wilt  be preceded by the annual dinner,  which will be served at 0.80 p.m.  Dr. Henderson is the first of the  local antoists to take out bis 1924:  Hcenae. The Porta fee this year ia  down to S1B.90, with a cuuh outlay of  $18.25 for ������r Chevrolet number plate.  ������SJ.  A Good Time to  Buy Cheap  all FANCY COODS  SEE OUR  China* Brassware  Cut Glass  at EEDUCED PRICES. ,w  WATCH OUR WINDOWS!  rload. of jKOKUKAutomobiles  ww  1������ mm ill ir=  ���������    V      JB.JB.JLJt JL JL Bc4'"'%������?'  _ n i<w ��������� a  U&      I  This carload consists of Tourings and Sedans  Do not make any promise of purchase for any make of  car until you see this new type of Tourings or Sedans  REMEMBER���������We *e!| on Time Payments,    Call in and talk the  matter oyer as this carload is partly sold.  You can make your purchase any time and we will keep your car here in  storage, free until Spring, or when you wish to take delivery.  EXCLUSIVE FORD DEALER  These are a striking demonstration of the values we  are ^offering this month in the Clothing  T;en9s All-Wool Grey Melton  Ulster style, half-lined  TH  s  V    JA-JJL K. ^J *������JF  mfJSmf-  $35.60  and  All other Wearable just as attractively priced.  0) !i������j{   ^  Farnityro  viiM������rA  Special Showing of Men's  IN  ALL   SIZES  Good Fitters  "HSHSmSHm  E ATTIE- Q ATWAY L!l ICRES���������!8 MFHR AM J jl F rii)H|P ANY  tr>n ������    m M      (T������rf   .   rf f _   ....   _ .. _,  MJi'y'tllM'ttll&MM   <BW  ������J*tt-CJ U MUWuM^ i w ���������N)  ���������J  L  THE CSfcESSOH  ItEVIEW  *���������*?  PmneforiSs, r Qrg&n &&&  -  Singing Lessons  AR2HUR GQLLIS; Creston  .P.O. BmtM  MRS. J. A. P. CROMPTON  Ist-CliaSS HOuOtS 1.3.31.  __ P2-4^0^53ISO:NS  j3k���������jtvv������aEii35ui arufsuS GBajT  * >l. A. .P. CROMrVTON  Singing jhessons. Kanb Tuning.  Shoe  and   Harness  Repairing  Harness  Pentieton   golf   club   has   over  imesn bera.   H7 of then* are ladies. -  109  The eleeta-ie light plant at Naknsp is  extending its system to Brouse, five  utiles nut in ths country.  The Associated Csrowsrs had 458 ears  of apples unsold at Okanagan points  at ther-ssndsSte of Becember.  On December 24th Eiueaberton experienced a snowfall of seventeen  inches in less than twelve hours.  the  Second Hand Steve in  ������s������nneci������on  Shoe and Harness Repairing.  The News, Nafcnsp's year-old weekly  "pttposf n������o gwur   CUi    OX     uiioiiieSS,  hopes to   resume   publication   in  spring.  On the Saturday and Monday before  Christmas the intake' at the' government liquor store at Fernie was very  close to $8000.  iooo sacks of Christmas ruail were  handled at Cranbrook from .December  17th until Christmas eve.  Up" to Christmas the only apple  pools defin tely closed by the Associated Growers were for Weaithys and  .the vsrse&ses th^st jpreceds th^Sar.  The north Okanagan 5s experiencing  a brisk bsssinVss.BR poles this winter.  Over 100 cnrloads are contracted'for  delivery to the middle west stafes. <  Grand' JJnrks Masonic X.~3dge is 21  years old: Of the 21 men who have  been in eharge.10 off them avestiJI living in that town, and but one is dead*  Fernie meat shops disposed of over  ^MjjG turkfyjs pri������jj-itt������ Ohristmas. \fiie  Free Presa figures that this represents  a baying asw three bii*ds by every head  of & household ia that town.  Mayor CosterLoh of- Vernon who9  with the exception of a very few  years, has been on   the   city   council,  Christmas.    Each of the-married men  got a turkey, and the single men a $3  &RESTON  older  on   the   town   stores.  1200 turkeys were reqnired.  Almost  ��������� - a g������* m   2A  J6 B"*^#  ��������� ���������aa  J������ww^������������������jiii  I        OPEN���������Saturdays 3 to 5 p.m.  fe&srsbip: $2 Year*    % i������������!������������. f|B������s I  tipl Onngs ledii,io. 2095  Meets THIKO THTJRSDAY of  eacnu   month    ������L    ������eirc���������ntile'  "Hall.    Visiting brethren eordi-.  ally invited.  '���������,r ���������a   a  tiie  JO --_i���������  eUB!&IIS*^4a������  eve e ������ -������ mmmm i*jr���������mmm  season's, concerts  to make up an expected deficit on ih������=> community skat*  s !_* &*.���������.������   <M������a  IHK riuh uevtcu  vui.  At Armstrong the public school wjft  closed a week ahead of the Christmas  NnBidftv neriod  doe to ouite  a serious  ������������������-       w     m m  L'Mtbre������k of dsptheria.   ,  TZl1l*n-������4-.wjn.      fcm������ *������-������������*&*       ������*������mw������nfr >#-**������-������������       ���������* !���������*.*������   sVwjrv������_  JJ/JWCJ vraKT-4    ���������rr������-������ *������*������������������������   -   **���������������*������*������������������������**��������� ������.* ���������*-%-*        ������/**������.     m**j^ -  geefc part of the peach   eriip - at   Pen-  r&icton, will bring   the   grower about 3  Iwiirn  a#juur1  caldrv  xt*   <&tnnn  fn������  services rendered during 1928.  The Assfteia&ea Growers are making  .*������������.  ���������������������������*������  Certificate of Improvements I cents* a pound this season  NOTICE  the  &o������dhill Mineral Claim, sjt������ate_in^  Jtslsos  SElnlng  O.vssion  ������������r wesE  Soof enay District.  Where located: On the International Boundary  line, about three miles  eaai> of Xootenay River.  TARS' NOTICE that I, John D.  Anderson, B.CL*S., of Trail, B.C.,  agent for Charles David Forsluad, of  Porthlll. Idaho, Free Miner's Certificate No. 09005, intend, sixty days front  the dateliereof, to applyto the Mining Recorder for a Certificate, of Im-  provesaenttfi for the- purpose of obtain  Ing a Grown ������rant of the above claim.  And farther take notice ths������ 32i*t!������������-  B������i* OC^.US  under Section 87, must be cotatuencad  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this 24th dap 6? November,  1938. J. D. ANDERSON.  ���������*=������  mm& lit  The ann nai meeting of Kaalo. board  of trade was so s-limly attended that  adjournxnent had to be taken before  -mis nam o^Sssrs could be "lected.  LOST-COW AND CALF  Heifer, about three yifars old, all  white, branded SK on left ribs, should  have calf with her. - Reward to party  giving idformation- that will lead to  recovery. R. STEWART (Alice Sid-  ing>, Creston.  iHESrgE?  ASTRAY  Came. to the prvnitses of the undersigned on. or about December 1st, one  red and .white steer, about one year  old. Owner can- have same on prov-  anjr- property and - paying -expenses.  R. STSWBET, (Alice Siding); Creston.  ������  I   Iftlil  vnaBi^Bf^Ov.i  PRE-EMPTIONS  \Tsi. ".-%^>  rawSii ...   uiuaSotviu, S������irvcy-w������.  Crown landa may be pre-empted by  iJritiab subjects over 13 years of agr@������  iifiu by aifiens on declarins intention  to -bs^csne Sritisli assbiect^j condi-  tltuSmS ui<oa residence,' occupatSon,  and Improvement for asrtcultural.  purposes.  Pull Information concerning re������u-  -atlons reaardlnor pre-emptions Is  g-lvtm fin Bulletin No. 1, X<and SerloB. .  "How to Pre-empt K������and," copied of  whloh can be obtained, free of charge  t������y adiSressias fb.* Bepartinant or  Landau Vfiotorla. B.C^ or* to any Government Agent. v.  ItecOiTds wEU be.nraated covering-  only land aultable for agricultural  i)urpoasfl, and which la not timber-  land, l.e^ carrying over 6;000 boardl  feet per acre west of the Coast Range  and 8,000- feet per acre east of that  Banse.-.-' .':���������*���������..'.-.  Applications for pre-emptions are  io- be addressed to the Xand Commissioner of the Liand Hecord'tiR Di-  vtBion, in which the land applied for  is situated, and are made on printed  fonns. copies of which can be obtained from the Land Commissioner.  Pra-emptlona must be occupied tor  five yeava-and improvementa made  to. value of $10 per acre, ln<ludlns  clearlnar and cultivating* at least Aye  acre*, before a Crown Grant can be  received.  j7V>r more detailed Information see  the    BuBIetln    "How    to     Pre-empt  Xm%nar -  PURCHASE:: ('  AppllcatloniP'������ure received for purchase    of    vacant    and    unreserved  Crown Jtetnde. not belna. .tlmbcrland,  for ag-ricuteuraB puspoawa; minium  price of firat-claas (arable) land fa 96  per acre, and aecond-claaa (c-raslns)  .:load;.,$8.60 per acre; Further information rejrardlnir purchnBo or l������a������������  , of Crown lands Is el von. In Bulletin  No. iO, Land Series, "Purchase and  jTueaso of. Crown "Landa."  Mill, factory, or- industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may'be purchased or leaB&df*the con  ftHtfnv>n      i     1-nr.liirllno iwUnuini .-<  CATTLE ASTRAY  CasB-l-ft-SfftB premises ot _the under  eigriecLoii'hg i^ou^(Deceii!ber^i5tb,vbl-j{  and white heifer with one ear "niarkedi  foot; ope roan inooley steer; all about  18 months old. Gwner can have same  on Droving property and paying expenses.    &EO. "HOOD, Creston.  CALF ESTRAY  Come to thei premVies of the undersigned about the middle of October,  Holstein steer ealf, black nraa wnite,  and about 1 months old. ( Owner can  have eabse on   proving   property  and  Saying  nil   expenses.   JAS. DAVIS,  Irestpn.  i/uc uiscriouc-  ing point for apple's ������old on the Eastern.  Canada market; There were about 90  cars In ^fjesFSge there-at ObristiuaS: i  This is the "on" year for a fall fair  at Cranssrook.    Aftc,    (s>;*"K    without. ,  one in 1823 the agricultural association \  has been again reorgauiz������d and prom-  i&es to ha������e an exhibition in 1924.  The recent minstrel show put on by  the Roatory Club at Crst^ibtook is expected to-net the organization $<H)0=  It ran three nights. -  - In his Christmas. message to the  people of Oraaabrook. President Fink off  the board of trade stated- that the  town had no unemployment and no  empty houses.        ?  Six pairs of foxes "are now in the  pens at the Cranbrook fox farm which  was started about two months ago;  The season itist cSssst-d has  been the  best Fernie deer hunters   have exper  ienced in   years,   hundreds   of - them  having been brought in the last three j  weeks of the open season.  Trail's four regulation sky pilots and  the two Salvation Army officers hoofed  it to Roga'sad for ������ meeting of t������e  ministerial jas������oeia.tion one day last  weeks "Slaking She returi* -lo,!rn?y \y^  traiii.  Pentieton had a unique community  Christmas tree on -Ohrijstmas eve.-    It-  was erected at the   busiest   coi ner  in  j townrand every youngster in towttand  j country was   remembered   by   Santa  Clans. ^-  T?^SEK SALEX5689  Sealed tenders will be received by  the District Forester not later than  noon on the 15th of January, 1024, for  the purchase of License X 5889, near  Canyon Siding, to cut 185,110 feet of  euwfoga, 2260 Fir lies, 170 Larch, tics.  * Two years will bo allowed for removal of timber. .-  Further particulars of the Dlstiict  Forester^ Cranbrook, B.C.  dlttono  "   IncludlnK       payment       oi  stumpaure.  -  HOMESITE   LEASES  1 Unsurveyfld areaa, not exceeding 2������;  acres, may bo leased as homoslteak;  ;conditional - upon a dwelling belnit  .er������cted in the first year, title helms  obtainable after residence and Improvement oondlU-ons are fulfilled  and land haa been surveyed.  For gramhic and Chriuatrlal pur-  posea areas not exceeding 640 acris*  may: be  leaned  by one  person or  >*  company. .  UHAZING  Under the Erasing Act the Prov-  'Inea'. It? divided lnt������"gvaalng fllstrlctB  arid !the range administered under rx  CI rasing-, C'ommlnmloner, Annu*4  graalhg permits ar������ Isaued based on  1   I        '������������������..,* fi      ���������. *   *-��������� *   U-.��������� *m^k  "W  wi,l        |y>' H   I  W *   t*  tr^J W W������������,������f-y       mUf ���������   ���������������    "���������    '   '  'to. wMtubll������hed ownwrs. Htook owner*  may ' form aJMactrUlona for rattn.  management.    ������rr������e. or partially tref,  ^wrmlui   ar*   avail';''"Ion    tar     ������i������ttler������i,  n������������mp������r������   nwd - ttr*v������llers,   \ip    lo   t#r\  head. .  ���������' t  .s-eport the  F  ��������� --  'femW9mWfDf' '- ���������'_-'' *al  '' _  This time of year, most  everyone has some repair  work to bo done on their  buildings.  We have got just the  Lumber that you need to  repair your buildings, or  to bwild new ones,  j^lso w������ have several  buildings for sale and  CuH Lumber at the right  .price.  liUfiiyifki iitiy Luiisuuf  6on)panf |. Ifii  Acc4sa-e5ing to the ������������������3ela!  government liquor stoie at Fernie  stands fifth in the matter of business  done thie year. It ia only excelled by  Vancouver, Victoria, Fri������ice' Rupert  and Nanaimo.  A ciiizsne assneiation has been  formed at Cranbrook' with a view to  getting more likely candidates to run  for mayor nnd alderman this year.  Jas. H. Cameron is the choice for  mayoralty honors.  > '  " '  President Fink of the board of trade  estimates that the tourist trade was  worth $80,000 to the merchants of the  town lust year. One storekeeper states  that in August his tourist business ran  from $60 to $75 a day.  Grand.Fprks growers have just received cheques for their Wealthy  :;pplet>, realizing 8J>cents net for crated  stuff. Packing house charges ran 35  cents a box for crates and 45 cents a  box for wrapped  stock.  The Christmas week wet snowy  weather was moBt welcome at Ro������s-  lund. The water supply was so low  that it was cut off at night entirely  and the reserynir had to bo HI led by  pumping from thnC.P.R.titnk.    :  Basil Btenart. managing director of  tho AsBoclnted Growers, who tei just  back froth a biiuhicss trip to England,  wdvibtJd t>Ui3 Okunag*aiii sltEppeiw not to  look for very high prices on the later  varieties of apples that were shipped  to the Old Country,  A free season ticket to the skating  rink at Rowland was given one pupil  In, each of tho nine higher grades o*  the town school by W., M. Archibald,  the teachers in each division being  jinked to name the tsioat deserving  scholar In every case.  Although tho Kaolo health ofllcer  advised against a community Christmas tree thla year, the   unual   G1u-3hI-  qai&a Blftsi 'or, the (children, were-, dti.  liverod to tho different" homes on'  ChvipiLutHH 4ii������j>i'mi>iK, '*���������������"������" every yooiift;-  eter w������������ lomembercd, too.     h ,  AH tho employees of the Trail  Bnicltor���������pmeltermen     n������d    minora-*  ww������������    r^wewibfT^Nil     1iw   tbf-   f\rtn   ������**  g|P  %U51& A  'V  Hjf R7pf^!4 A MTG  *PB?^T   jTbSTS*  as.   r    sMAfl^SlOCK  ;', -   --'-."   An economical-dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAMS BACON and LARD  QLENDALE 'CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest, quality.  FRESH and CVREO FISH  alt varieties.  smir*ff%Jr,  SrF!   m.   ������  BURNS* IDEAL POULTRY  increases egg production and produces better poultry.  S3     ������  mnmrn^SFm  Buy the best.  1VT_  If you have any farm sale laotes foe c*M������e*  tion, you are is&vtted to utilize ttaie Basik*������  collecfion service. We v?ilt fee glad t������  attend to details of coOcctioa for you wlhes  they fall due, end d&poslt tlie mumsp $������  yoisr credit.  IV^PE  S3. vT. ALil^N,  ORBSTOH BRANCH.  * ft "HOSS wlid ikeep to.e������������ sscssstu-ss-  jt-kriA otHer^valaa&lea   at  home,  father than jjlaoe them iinder Jthe  pjfdtectidn. affordlea oy our oa������wr  Deposit Boxes, are jTonning ^rea*  risks of total loss by are w Sj������������w  ^PJis fr-������������vrasg g^s*al ������f &se������ fcosee IsismS.  Let n������ ahow thesn to yon������  ���������i  ���������tpv %ir*   f*  MJSK l**kft-������-33i ff    BB JIT  "JL*"'      sa. m  ������^������N1S.  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAftHTAL       -        ������        $15,000,009  CRESTON BRANCH, C & Besmett; Manager.  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  SUr" Sleighs and Cutters.      Team Sleighs  Single and Double Harness and Supplies  Several  Sets  of Second-Hand Harness  Coal and Wood For Sale.  ' tUS      ������      amm^LmVmmkmw m*wbjk .    .  wvm   <aF������r   uWwmwjrnOmM B ww  g*g$&nB && Sirdar Ave. GSsH&mi&n  Steam  " i  "and  iHot vVatet*  Heating  Sheet Metal Work.  ano* Pipe Fittinc^i'on hand.  A good, stock of Pipe  ��������� W. K-Y C^ivMAiN,~ -v^reston ^pj'.ijigBgggB^ ������;���������        i       i       "","""   ' \"     .-���- "i"���'" ,-������   .     i/" ~ ~'"���.". .""*        ""'"���'"""";"" ^T11^17T~���!~���~
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is it..happened, we did not hear of
another suitable cow at the time, so I
put the remainder of Cousin Margaret's gift in the bank. I have omitted to say that as soon as it was decided that we should go to Herring-
tori's Hope she wrote me a long letter,
full of good advice, and enclosed a
cheque for the proceeds of the sale oi-|
times the silence pressed on me like a
physical burden, and at night I seemed actually to feel the thick darkness
that I afterwards learned'to love. Like
poor old Sir John babbling of green
fields I longed for Portage Avenue on
a Saturday night, for. the dome of the
Capitol outlined against the sky, lor
the never-failing surprise of the twin
towers of ,the Cathedral as one sees
them through the buildings and
tracks and bridges of the wholesale
district, fqrthe .changing faces of the
crowd,?; eyen for ?tne noise :o�� street
cars and autombhiles.j
I dp hot mean that I'was constantly
unhappy,, nor .do I think that even Murray realized what the tearing up of all
myjoots meant to me. (My homesickness was of the" suBtle sort that wakes
with one in the morning, that can be
For it was soon evident that pur experiment, which, had sometimes seemed so wild a venture, ,was, already
proving itself a success in its most important aspect. Murray, except when
he fussed about his wife's having to do
something that lie thought, was top
hard or too unpleasant for her, was
to all appearances perfectly happy,
"When Dr. Sutherland first, advised
our leaving'the city I had arsked Murray if he djd not fear the loneliness of
country life. -
��� "Not for. my self," he answered without hesitation. "If you can stand it I
can., ^ou see, Margaret Anne,, when
a fellow has been under someone's eye
day and night for years, as I have
been, the prospect oC being absolutely-
free, with no one near but the family,
is pretty near Heaven. And I've had
noise enough to last me all my life,
thank you."     ~.
.Murray sp seldom spoke of his experiences as a prisoner that. I had not
realized before how deeply the feeling that he was-being watched had bitten into his consciousness. I wondered if perhaps isolation would (be bad
rather than good for him, but the doctor was so sure that could- his physical
condition be improved his nerves
would cure_ themselves, and Murray
so eager to follPw the doctor's advice,
that I did not mention the matter
again. ' .
'It-was soon proved that I had worried unnecessarily. I do not mean
that Murray miraculously became
gfeain the man he had been, and perhaps he will never lose the scars that
are not mentioned in his discharge
papers. But I could see that he was
gradually growing- stronger, and that
the stillness and the-loneliness, to
which I found it hard to adjust my.seli!,
were iust what his weakened body and
tortured nerves required. Though
he never acquired an appetite to
match Jim Cameron's he soon began
to gain in weight. And almost from
the first he slept better than he had
since his return; even when he had
worked too hard his weariness seemed
to be of a wholesome bodily sort, and
he would wake in the morning with a
tiny reserve of energy, Instead of under the shadow of a dream.
The children, too, were happy as a
rule. They had always been accustomed to play together and Herring-
ton's Hepe afforded many opportunities fori new and fascinating pursuits.
Once In a while Nicolas gave evidence of missing her old environment.
I remember very plainly   one    rainy
there should'-ibe an occasional one.
But it was: Jiin '���': Cameron who' (really
set%hervnaind: atrest. - "Belief- in:"her;
mother's infallibility was strong Iff
Nicolas, but she had the truly feminine faith in a matfs superior knowledge. And so when "Mr. Jim Cameron" told her, that lie had never seen a
wolf oa.her Daddy's farm slie was -satisfied, and as eager as the rest of us
to explore the corner of the homestead
that lay across life creek. We would
have to wait until the eai-ly winter
brought ice strong enough to carry us,
for, though narrow, the creek was
fairly deep and I, with the prairie-born
dread of water,;did not take kindly to
the thought of a raft or a felled tree.
When winter came, Murray promised
us, we would build a foot-bridge.
^-As^ I have said, we saw little of our
neighbors for the first month: The
Cameron brothers were the exceptien,
and they were a (host in themselves.
Bob proved to be older, quieter and not
so red-haired as Jim, - but he was
equally friendly and equally appreciative of niy cooking. He had been
overseas with the 10th Battalion, and
he and Murray quickly reached -the
"do you remember" stage and soon
became rather more than mere acquaintances.
s. ���rBob 3s a line fellow I'll admit,
steady and dependable and thoughtfuL
But I shall always have a soft spot in
my heart for the. more exuberant .Jinc?;
my first friend. Prom the beginning
he attached himself to me and the
twins, and Murray has always, laughed at his devotion; But I do not mind
being laughed at, the lad's heart is inflammable in reality_as his hair is in
appearance, hut he lias .��� one of the
niost cheerful temperaments I have
ever known; and- he will do anything
for-a person he likes. ..We" soon
learned that Jim had Ms serious side
too, and when''we asked his opinion
on anything we thought of doing, he
was as matter-of-fact as Bod, and his
advice always proved to be worth following.
We were indeed fortunate te have
such friends, and I found ways in
which to repay a part, of their kindness. Since as boys of sixteen and
eighteen they had come West they
had "bached", and their appreciation
of a woman's*' home-making ability
was truly pathetic- They' seemed to
think that the darning of a three-cornered tear In a Sunday suit, or the gift
fThe natural ��bodi
for babies {when
mother's milk
had gone to bed, I heard a smothered
cry of "Mother," and. going into their
room X found Rupert sound asleep hut
Nicolas crying quietly to herself in
the darkness.
"I   wrw-want   to   go   to   nay   own
k-ept silent by work and play during J house;" she sobbed.     "It's so d-d-dark
the hours "of daylight, but that raises ! here and the trees come too close: and
.*j j j?���*    -t." .i     i -=�� '    ���   .     _ ��V l'i  _   1
its tearful head whenever one is alone
OT\p,'ft nillcvar at. Tiierht-
two young cows, "which I should have
given to the children if you had been
coining near us."" **>
Both Cousin Margaret and Mr.
Campbell were very much interested
in our venture and though Murray was
somewhat backward about accepting
so large a gift I convinced him that it
was not a case for false pride. The
Campbells were in more than comfort
able circumstances, and they were
very.fond of the twins.
With Carrie established in one end
of the stables and twelve hens rapidly i
be-coming acclimatized,in the other wc \
began to feel that we were real farm-1
ors. It" Carrie had not been a perfect j
lady, she would doubtless"- haVe .ex-j
pressed her op-inlon-of amateurs'-ih 'the |
only manner at her disposal. But ���
she nexer onc��i kicked the pail over, ���
nor put her foot into Er, and it was j
not long until Murray and I could both';
milk her properly.      And nothing ever '
Even with the making of cranberry
Jelly and" the preserving of wild plums
added to my housework there was not
enough to keep me. safely busy indoors', and so our very occasional caller was likely to find the whole Ayl'win
family in one place, that piaco being
wherever Murray's work happened; to
take him.     _ .: j ���
Jim    Cameron,    I think, was rather
\ shocked the day he found me helping
j to unload and pile our winter firewoqd.
! Person a lly, I found it rather an anius-
i ing   task,   and   I could never undel-
i stand why I should' not .help "Murray
(.whenever I could, especially; as at that
; time I was actually more fit than lie.
| Of course'I did it all in as "womanly"
I a   manner   as   possible���wore   gloves
and a wide hat when ever I thought pi
iherai     "I  had-vowed-'-a  solemn  vow
that nothing- on earth should make me
careless about my appearance or about
ihe niceties of life, and that, my tpin
night' when,  long  after the  children-'of a cake or some home-made1 candy
was of much greater importance .than
their saving us from the mistakes we
should have been certain to m&ke had
they not helped us. " '
(To be "continued)
.    ,   .    . ,-. ..-....-., ..     ., -   ,,    >-. boy childhood and tennis playing .and
tasted,qmte so-good as the .cream that ^nowshoeinK gh.]hood hka mat(e �� pos.
'S^S^lMf  tflsll)lc '<"" mSto do what might be con-
ri^S n viiS^iPu       P" KEt" I aidored a man's work seemed.no suffl-
*o   ...,a tu*. pjiton.,jH-. , ,.k,nt reaJSon fov neglecting my hands:
����r my cpwiplexlon or my clothes.    At
Teddy went back to Use city for tl:
ilrst Murray haled the thought of my
1st oi H��;-r>tomb��-r, Sin-d ih��-n w^ i��-&
to E��'-arn what; 5rsol.ittion iv-ally meant.
J?o Iwas. U9. 1)'-- lind been wlili us sho
picnk: spirit harl 1>h-��-ti more or less
evident in all that \r��- did. liut with
his t'oini:-; r frdr. that no n.\ar,i;er what
ih��: i'uiurp- might: hoi-*!, Jr. ��-ouh'i lu-intf,
to me ar. l��-:u-.*., no limi' ot' rt)oi'<( i-.^v^.fo.
Th<; nhlxhh<irH \v.r<"' huf.y with (lm
Iii-trvoKT, find day ait��-r dn,y iia^Mecl
without, nit.f ,<-<'��-in^ it living ^ouf.      Al.
ror thei doing outdoor work-, but the children
e b.-gau   and I
ran do a game, of it and I quoted
WAACS and munition workers until
lu! had to Rive in. As he grew strong-
f'.r rlio need Cor my assistance passed
and f became a lady once aviot'o. But
that �� was able to help him when he
neoded lu-ip juKitfied every bump and
bt-ulsf! and lorn, dress-of my clilldliood.
I shoulil have been ungml.eCul Jn-
ilrjsed hud I uoi, ndmilted (ho fuellnK
r>f deep ��-r>nvRnl. that, gradually blnnl.od
i lie  Hlinrp. edge of my ho mo si el-moss.
aticl 1 Ckmildi Mot Sleep
Mr. nhonmw* Ho-w-ey,, BrnnSford, Orst., twtfes: -���
began   taking   Dr.
-was so
"When I
Chase"b Nerve FoocL. I
nervptu-j. aliat when f picked up
a cup of tea my hand would
trembje like a leaf. I colild
not .'.Jeep *:;r.}}, c&u!<3 not re-
member 1h��ne��, ani there were
neuralgic pains through my body.
Aftrr taking rjeven boxei of Dr.'
Chauf'si Herve FooJ, however. I
&m in p��arK<ct6 health,'*
'��i> t-^ntM n lK��r, pll tl��nh:r�� or f&lm��n����i��, m*4-en & ?��*,* I^(:����, Toronto.
d-d-don't like lamps and w-w-water
"But you have Daddy and Mother 1 Will
and Rupert and Carrie and Star and
Stockings and the chickens,"! reminded her as I picked her up and dried
her wet little face. "You must be a
brave girl and help Mother to take
care of everything, - for the farm is
going to make Daddy'better, so that
he'll not have to go to the hospital
"He c-c-couldn'I;, 'cause there isn't
any hospital," was the somewhat choked reply, "there's just t-t-trees and
trees and no people/*
"But you like trees/' I said, "if
there were no trees where would the
birds and the squirrels live?"
It was an unfortunate argument.
"The poor little b-b-b'irdies /will get
all wet and drowncled!" wailed Nicolas^ "I don't like the rain,. Mother,
I w-'w-want to go back to my own
The sun was shining in tho 'morning
and Nicolas was her usual happy sell'
again as daylight brought anow to her
mind the superiority of horses and
chickens over electric light, nor did
she ever again give way to her feelings with such violence.
Pei'haps 1 talked to Nicolas too
much in those first days, but she was
so wise and old-fashionod In - many
ways that I thought it best to take her
Into my confidence. So I told her
how necessary-it was for us to stay on
the farm, and her adoration of her
33addy drove the lesson home.
' "Bui. T don't like the trnes when they
make tho wind blow," she insisted after we had discussed every other
point, "they go -oo-oo-oo' liko a wolf,
i>nd mnybe if a wolf did coma wc
would not hear him."
"And there are no wolves here, dnr-
llng^' I said, after I had explained that
II; was tliV blowing of the wind that
niiulo l.h��t I rnuH tons and not the tossing of tho I.rocs that-made tho wind
V�� low. /
".Hut Rupert says there are," was
Ihe Burprl.sing reply, "Ho says there
;i��v�� woLvi-.s lllte Rod Riding Hood's in
Ihnsit U\*k Olirlrtlmas trees nerosfl the
mvek.     Ci-uv wolvos swim, Mother?"
f am riol awgresHlvely modern nn a
rule, but 1 should like to proscribe sev-
oral of (ho old-l'iiBhloned nursery tnloa
Hint imilcn so doe11 an Impression on
Ihe Hnmillivn mind of a child. Both
tho iwJiiH 'hail Iiiftnliable nppcdll.eH for
HlorloH. and from olhei-'ohlldnin, and
from tho woman who used to liuop
I u*'iu wh(-:i S v.'( nl. oul, Iht-.v hard lic-nrtl
Homo Mini, I Hhou'ld never have told
I loan, 1 hail Ihotitflit that u much
ahihhO'd ciHidei'lnnc of "Mooswa" and
iho 'Munglo Hook" had dlspUieod Had
Hldlrus Jlood, but. It wiiN now evident
Unit llin earlier ImprcsHlon was wtlll
ulronjf. %
I did   my IjobI. to convince  NloohiH
of    the    IniprobubHlty oi" there being
' wolvffi In tho buiih aeroBH the crenk,
uruii oj   iio.'lr JirirniU.s-iH habiin  uwti it
jj^��wii*.M����i��wiiiiwiiMi>.iiiii^w��ii.<iilwww.|lw<<*M-��iliiwliw. ii.wiii.iii  i    >��*Mm>mm^mmmm.mm^mimlmmm.-%itmmm
World Cruise of BritisK Si
Oil Geyser in Baku
Due probably to shifting strata In
the Caspian Sea, an unusual phenomenon in oil wells was noticed recently near Baku. A geyser suddenly
began erupting from tlie sea, two
miles off the c'pa'st, and during %wo
hours of activity spurted at a height
of 70 ft., throwing off stones as well as
oil. The eruption was accompanied
by. Sanies.. A small island forced
when the geyser died down.  ���-.������-.
Sour Stomach Rishigs
Subdued hy "NerYiline
A   Few   Drops Sring   Relief
Visit   B.C.   Coast   in    June and
Oanadiart Atlantic (Ports  in       "T
. ���:   ,   August '   '   .':i':'---
The British' Admiralty has issued
the programme for the forthcoming
world cruise in which, the battleships
Hood and Repulse and a light cruiser
division will take part.
The squadron will-- leave Devon-
port, November 27, and will proceed
sometimes at full strength and-sometimes In divisions, around Africa^ calling at the principal ports. Thence
they-will, go to Ceylon, Straits Settlements, Australia and Fiji.
The light cruisers will arrive afc
Ksqulmalt on, Juno 2j, and will stay
there 12 days, while the battle cruisers will put in an identical period at
Vancouver and Victoria.
The entire squadron will then gp lo
San Francisco, after which the light
cruisers will steam around South America, calling at the chief seaports.
' In the. meantime the battle cruisers
will pass through the Panama Canal
and after a visit to Jamaica, will arrive at Halifax on August 5, remaining
there 10 days. A 14 days' stay will
bo made at Quebec beginning" August
18, and Nova Scotia or Newfoundland
will bo visited fromvSeptcmber A to 17.
The battle cruisers will afterwards rejoin the light cruiser, division,.'and the
srmadron "will make home ports on
September 28.
Tho won&es-ful relief you get i?rosn
twenty drops;; of ?INervilirie: will- surprise
you. Take Sit- Ins .^sweetened water, ai��l
almost immediately you feel better. Ner-
{ yUine 5,hringrs:-^S the gas caused by fer-
Vrnehtfiag-; food;' aiid. relieves that dJsta-ess-
est -.feeiiiiff itii ?th^s':'stb'n4.aeli.'-�� ' WJict ?-'��joiic,
or cramps'strike yon at nighty' NervJHne
Is a sure relief. For seiieraJ use in the
family, for emergent' illsv always Iceep
trusty Nervlllne -on 3ia3i<3. 35o at ull
The R��stl��ss Age
"p^stimating the travellers on the
hundreds of railroads north of the Pdo
Grande, and the thousands who travel
by motor car, it will be found that a
good proportion of the 118,000,000 people who live in the United States and
Canada are going somewhere all the
time.    This is Indeed a restless  age.
Bathe the face. * -If there Is
a cavity in the tooth place in
It a piece of cotton saturated
with Mlnard's.
The Great Motor^Divid��
Ci1.lacn.s of tho United States may
l>e divided Into two,classes���thoso
who are paying for automobiles and
these who fU'e dodging them.��� -Shoe
and Leather Iteporter.
I K>!>
So easy! You
with Aunt Jemima
"S.B'SCSK�� Flour,
and bake'em.
'i    >��k
���1        JBSuSml Mm  m\ B^H"^Bf^ O   BH?  B&jui  Jj   MLjB|.   AHV WLJME^ \WL\mJm mr** JB&   Bat    BCZ fiZ? ��� iifwwiiww  THE/; KEYBBWjj   .CRESTON,    B.. C. :  v -  e sealed- package Keeps it goo  Not Getting .Right Education  The Chinese are protesting  against the impractical character of  the "education given the young Chinamen studying an America at the expense of the Boxer indemnity.      They  ..,-.���������1 .......      + *..      /"*1^5n. ������     ^it-a-M-.      <.-.-..r.-( t.3-.-. *���������*-    ���������������-....-,  K  ULU-.  U        1.V,        V/UI-Ufl, TT1UL1 ATU UK.1-1-1 1 ������,       IJUU3C;  than a store of booh-.learning and a  j superficial knowledge of American life  no show for their long sojourn at government charge in the United States."  China ne^ds men-who are willing to  work���������not aspirants for government  jobs.    .  Where   I he Problem L  les  FOR    BOYS    AND   GIRLS  cos?  "I ITTI F  FftYFS  su_ a   a     b   a���������a���������     a   -ws������&~w  By E.'A.  Henry, D.D,  interesting Stories For Young Folks'  Published   By   Permission  Thomas Allen, Puplislaer  Evt-ry day serves to bring homo more and an ore forcibly to the farmers  oi .Western Canada the incontrovertible fact that their interests are bound  up with the interests of other counta-ies and peoples," and that "the solution  oi' economic problems in Canada is net wholly a matter of domestic concern  nasd domestic policies, bin Is dependent in large measure upon world problems and world, issues".' ,-"  For example, the organization" of wheat pools to undtsnake the selling of  tlie wheat crop oi" Lhw "West may, and it is to be hoped will, result in the securing of a somewhat better price by the farmer, because It stands to reason  that one expert selling organization can achieve better average results for  tens of thousands of farmers than those same tens of thousands of farmers  ���������a  can average for themselves selling individually, and to some extent in competition with each other. But the more the Canadian farmer studies the  situation, the more convinced he is. that he cannot individually, or even col-  Iccively control "the price of wheat. On the contrary, experience teaches  thai world conditions are the determining factor; and anything the.Canadian  people may do can only affect the price to-a comparatively small extent.  In a recent address at Iteglna, Premier Imnning of Saskatchewan discussed this aspect of tho problem confronting-"Western. Canada,, at the present  time. He pointed out that Ihe 750,000 people in Saskatchewan were producing food enough to feed 30,000,000 people, and in this preseaat year the production will even exceed that amount. But'the SO,000,000 people are 5.000 miles  away in Europe, and most of them have very ntile anoney^ and the -purchasing,  power-of what little they .have is,enormously depreciated...^ ':,.,,(,.  : Mr.'Dunning declared ix would-take a --carload of'{ C-erntan. .marks to--'buy  ono bushel of Canadian wheat, and while the French "franc, tlie Italian'lire,  the Austrian crown, and tho currency of other European countries "-is mot in  the desperate condition of the German mark, all are "below par.,;    Bveai-the  Stops Coughs, Colds  Sore Throat in a Night  Experiment  -  ,.*-Trade-'On ?R-?ah!tf Side-"'. = ��������� ;  Exports    in   - Ganadais inter-Empire  ,-,���������..,,.. + aj. , ,     , ������������������-,���������-+*.��������� _ ,n/, vrt. j trade last monthL exceeded imports by  English sterling has not itf* 3ioj*mal purchasing power, and with over 1,000,000 , - .,.,.       .. \^        ,   ...  *        .   .     .,     _, ... ,   ,  . .. n   ',     _nnn nnA ��������� . -^���������- ��������� over twelve million dollars. ���������_ .-Against  Tlnemployed -in the British Isles, a-epresentang probably 5,000,000 consumers.   ."       ^   V-'    -^^ i ���������   " *_ "������������������'������'      ���������      a  .,       w--.^      *��������� m    ,     - *    ,       r.    * -i  r    J. ������������������  r. - ���������/���������-,- *  ���������-,   ���������> iiunpoxis from 26 countries belonging to.  even ihe ability, ot Englanu to buy Canada's wlieat as seriously curtailed. ., -     -,... ,   -���������    -. .-������������������������������������-. ,.       ,    ^,-V  r y - . ,,     .,     4.,       4 -u     4-       ,-,���������������������������.   ��������� . ��������� -~      --,' ,     -      . ,   ,   the -British Empu-e amounting to $15,-  I-rf this  world  situation is  to be  found Western  Canada's  fundamental'  iravelled, until stability a-eplaees the- preseatt- near chaos, tlie- food producer  -"Western Canada has a struggle/before'Inlaid#7^'- -7-7- '7717 -7-V-  -x  ���������*-. i -���������        '"���������:..;    ���������.>* ,-W:-! jt-jr''.    -,-,,   -JV ' .'-.'-1   .        '���������-i7;-    yrfkt    ���������"'""    -��������� -    '"%���������'    - "������      ���������--  problem, declaimed Mr. Dunning. It links every-'quartet?., section of Western  Canada land with the great world ^problem. ^Cenditions in the Ruhr *ahd the  ILhineland have a very definite effect on the fortunes of every Canadian farmer. Our market is in war-torn Europe, aaad although'. we may make manor  readjustments and effect minor economies, that is all-we can (do-. - The big  fundamental.-problem is to be fotiaid in Europe, and until the tangle there is  imn  in  Everything: that' can' be done-to'reail^&'isr^^  tion, distribution and marketing ..within Canada should be: done, and every  move having such objects is deserving oi',''encouragement: and support.^" So,  iryn^ should the individual fai-mer exert liihis-.elf to:-reduce, costs of 'r*i'QciuLction  to the lowest possible point, at the same time endeavoring ..through the adoption of the. most approved methods to-increase/-not-his Acreage.,-'but-: the'yield'  per acre. -     ��������� '  It costs just as much in: freight charges to transport one-hundred pounds  of weed seeds from, the prairies to the terminals at the head of the .Great  Lakes as it does to transport one hundred pounds" of grain, and. to the extent  that the farmer ships weed seeds instead of grain he" Is robbing-'hiEUself of  - profit. Furthermore, land pa-oducing large CLUantitie,s of weeds will not at  the same time produce a large yield of grain per acre. The Western Canadian farmer will be much farther ahead and  ia'ying-to devise some means of controlling the  3ie cannot do���������he devotes ,his energies to controlling the weeds on his own  i'ai'in and ships clean grain instead, of- a, comb tna'tion of-grain, and. weed seeds,  something which it is within his^powcr ('to con$roi.(:"    H ' rr '('v  Until conditions ai-e stabilized in Europe the^Vestern farmea* will likewise be well advised if ho practises all the little>economies he can. Never  Ai any time in the world's history was it truer than it Is today that a/penny  .<-.uvecl is a penny caraacd. '   '     '   '( ���������     '     :  '    i /  IMPURITY  Once in California I visiled t'.ie  beautiful gardens of San Francisco and  saw a very lovely flower.  Its petals wore white, and when j ou  opened lip the heart, away dowi. at  the very centre was a shape made by  the base of the rhviil that looked exactly like a dove. It was a flower i  with a white clove at its heart. They  called "it the Holy Ghost plant of'  South America.  It is a fine thing when a girl or boy  Think of a anedi- l carries within them a white heart:  cine co healing1 sol There is no.sin that leaves a worse  balsamic ana -anti- j stain,than- the sin of impurity.  septic that every Ifc conies by unclean thoughts and  r-ace "of cold ar-d ��������� words and deeds; and when it comes,  soreness goes before 1 3t is next to impossible to wash it out.  jjC " .. I     A man "once looked at a dirty pic-  ������Vi  i T a -r t������ tr e\- ' ture, -and years alter he had  nol���������for-  Ks A.   1    A It It H  U        ^.^+������������rl    itt 1i     TOaclp    ror    liim. i>   "tiJe-  "~ '"   long fight'  It is almost like putting nails in a  post. You may draw them out but  you can never quite -fill ..out the holes  left", A growing tree anay fill' theni  and a growing life may, but there is  ���������always a sctir left wuexe tue naix entered. <?"     "-  Some boys like to tell nasty stories,  and if the boys to whom I talk have  white   souls   they   should   turn from  .-nasty story -tellers the way they would  from drinking"poison._ ��������� -  It  is  awful   the  way a   dirty   story  sticks.      It is so .hard to get rid of its  ..memory...... It Is like..indelible ink that  you use when you want some writing  not to wear out.' -.'"-  The great General Grant,'the United States hero .of the. Civil War, was  once at .a party where .one of those  "men were' who Jthink it smart to tell  such stqrles-. Looking around, the  man said,-:-1 iave,l.story to tell yptU  -There are- no-'ladies present- are  there?" "No," said Grant, "but there  are some gentlemen."  That story was never told.  ( Dear girls and boys, when any evil  breath  like .that is  around,  think (of  vour dear mother or your beautiful sis  in     catarrh,     bronchitis,     that     every  case   Is   r e 1 i e v e-d  promptly.  no   longer���������success   as  guaranteed  if  you  ttse   OATATtltl-IO-  ZONE���������a veritable death to catarrhal  diseases,  because  i4__   destroys    their  cause and a-enaedies their effects.  Delightful and simple to use, quick  i fo  act,  sua*e in 1'esults.      Better  get  CATARRHOZONE today.    Harge size,  sufficient  for -two months' treatment,  price . ?1.00;   small  size  50c.      At all  druggists.,   -   lie fuseva-' substitute  for  CATARRHQZ.OKE. ���������;..- (^By7'mail,-; .frona  The Catarrhozone d'O-'i/Mon'treai..  713,000,   ������������������ Canada    'exported-      goods  amounting to $27,8SS..006������.   ." '"v(  WORK WORN WOMEN  Known   Sixteen   Centuriss- Before  t   , ��������� -Walter Raleigh's Day  V  .  Sir  ���������Care    of  Often  fciom-&   and    Chi idren  Cause a Breakdown  The .-women at hornet deep in house  hold duties and the cares of- mothea:  turles before Sir Walter Raleigh in-  ti*6duced at to Europe is the discorery  of Dr. -A:"C. Kruyt. ' The statemeUE  is contained in a desca-iption which he  recently' gave to tlie British -Association, regafding-jan" ancient race wlio  once inhabited the island of Celebes,  in (the Dutch East Indies. Dr. Kruyt  has spent sisteen years on this island  period -to5- complete his investigations  of the people thei'e who> -used tobacco in those far-oal days^^"  7j %:���������  For many years, staiokers in Canada  have enjoyed the : (usef of Old Chum  Smoking Tobacco. The old men of  today smoked it in early manhood and  their .verdict is that pid Chum Is as  good now as it was fifty years ago.  . j..-;, ,        ���������������.- ���������������������������+. ^^   Wormsi     feed    tippn the vitality  ter; and. tell your heart you must ^ ,children attd endanger thear:: liv-es.  true to them,  '������I- must be, true> for: there are  who love mb,T ,  I  must  be f purej  for; ^ there j are* those.  ���������of  A  .-,   .     j simple and effective remedy is Mother  Ifl-     I Graves' Worm; Externainatbr.     "   '  ' "��������� wild1'care'/V ���������.;-������������������-    .,'7i���������       :A;,,\'X  -.-    . .      ^ -.       ,  ,   -    *-   .     ���������  ,.-    A newspaper published these verses  hood,  needs  occasional heap  to  ^eep:thatI think are  so good.      I would  her" in good"   :heaiU%,... .The. demands j nke-vou to" learn them. ( f - ;- -    -������������������   -.  upon :a:m6^'s^al^ are nmny g������g ] ^v-^   ^aii^ng:   ifarousli ��������� jv Tcrovvde^i  ^^I--, ni " H*.B.T^i-������-    - - down-town street the other: dasv  toils, while hpMed meals!^rStei^!l ^arG(a-little urchin to his comrade  and -much Indoor living tend to weak-.]  hea*. ,r.- .-No( wonder..-the  woman  at  gnyg;&p      -i ^ *ifeiv.   ������������WSi:   iiSa  her children's. -Welfare  en Jiea*. \: .jjo  wonsiier. tbe  woman  home    is    often   Isiidisposed    through  wcakeness,:-headaclies, backaches and  nervousness. Too many women accept these visitations as a part of'thS  lot of another hood. But many .'and  I varied as, hea- health troubles are, the  cause is simple an.(il relief    at    hand.  I'd be  much better off if, instead of j ^heta  well   it  is   the  woman's  good  .j-.".    -.    ������������������-_���������',      ,-������������������-,,.    blood  that keeps   her well;   when ill  woa-ld's-price of wheat���������which   sh0 must make her Wood r������cU to re_  A New Public ati o>m  S������-  P-oor Father  "13,  Periodical Devoted to the Interests of  We&ter'n W-omerv  The AVostorn Woman and Itural  Home is the name of a aiew monthly  periodical published at Govan, Sask.  It Is very neatly put together and con-  tahiH twents'-four pages of interesting  vtirticlcs mostly from the pen of Saskatchewan  women.      Its  purpose as  'announced'is to. provide a medium for  tho exchange, of articleh and papers  'principally' by western women. j\  "desire to stand for all "the good  ���������UilngH snggestiHl by Its nimiflr-good  women and litUitR homos���������^awl. will  lend ;l.La> influence to this end ond to  no other." ^ Xj. II. Imtta, tho business  ananuger, is the bom of I-Ioaaj.. S. ,T.  :Uatl.u, the Minister of Kduentlim. Congratulations 'arc.merited for the makeup'n ml typpgraphy of tlira flrst nimvlier,  Pa, what's a family tie?"  "Mine,  I   expect,  for  every"-time  I  want it/.one  of- you. kids is  wearing  it!"  Useful in Camp.���������Explorers, surveyors, prospectors and hunters will find!  Dr. Thomas' Eclecti'ic Oil very useful1  in camp.      When  the  feet, and  legs!  -are wet aand cold it is   well    to   rubi  thom.free]y with.the- Oil and 1he result will be the preventioaa of pains in  the muscles, and should a cut, or contusion, or -sprain, be-sub tainod,, nothing  could be better jis a' dressing or lotion,  new her -health.-.- The nursing another  more than any otlaea* woman needs  rich -blood and (plenty of it.' . There is  one way ' to got (this^ good blood so"  aiecessary. tp. -.health, and that is  through .tlie-use of JDr. Williams' Pink  Pills. "These enrich the bipod, and  through their use an any weak, ailing  wives and mothers have been-benefitted. If you are ailing, easily tired  or depressed;- it is ' a duty -you owe  yourself "and your family to give Dr.  ���������Williams' Pink:Pills a fair trial.  Yon can get Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills through any/dealer in medicine  or by mail" at 50c a box from The Dr.  Williams' . Medieino Co. Hrockville,  Ont.  Canadian Pacific Excursions West  The Onriaciaari'Pa'cifl-c Itailway offer  a special,' travel Indiaceaaa en t to Vim-  couvei', Victoria and New Wiystnrlh-  Hter this winter. .sTjow- round trip ox-  curslbai tickets front points in Manitoba < Winnipeg and WuhLJ, Saaltatclio-  wan. nnd Alberta will be placed on  sale- I'aoceinbor 4, 0, 11,' 10, :l#, 20 nnd  37,. 1938, January Si 8, 10, 15, ;17, 22, 2-4,  and February 5 and 7, 102-1. 'These  tickehfl- allow " Rtopovors"!,. cortnln ������ij-  lional route privileges, ixnd am go'oc'l  to return any time up to unci including April ID, 103-1. Illustrated Utortt-  IUiu-..Ih 'iHtw a^r.'������31;4l������le ul iiny C'iajjadlaiiu  raei/le'ticket'bfflco. ' ''������-l-2������  Imported Joke .  "Wuat'oro you crying for, my lad?"  "Cause former's invented a new soap  suhstiltoot im' every time a customer  coanes in 1 got wiashod as an-advertEse'-  latent."  -turn and say; .,-.., ���������  "Say, Jimmy, let me tell youse  happy as a'clam  If I only was de feller dat me mudder  ���������'-' t'in4s I- am.   V; ,   :;.;;;.v -.,.7----,'-   '��������� "y  She-,just?t'ii5k������>d'a-t; I'm" a wonder, and  she knows her little lad  Could never mix.wid nothin dat was  ugly, mean or,vbad.-7:  Lots er times I.sits and t'inks how nice-  'twould be, gee whiz.  If a "feller was de. feller dat his mudder  -   'v-'t'inks' lie'-iBl'"        X.';������������������'���������      '   ';;* ���������   -....'���������  My friends, be yours,a life of toil or  ���������'. undiluted joy,  You still can learn a lesson from this  small unlettered boy.  Don't aim to be an earthly saint with  eyes fixed on a star;  Juts   try   to   be the fellow, that your  mother thinks you are.  And    how    can    we    keep the life  straight, and in a true direction?  You remember the story of Ulysses  and tho Sirens���������how he kept himself  and his sailors frpm the influence of  the enticing music when the- sirens  played on the dangerous rocks, by filling their cars with wax; and having  himself tied to tho mast till they passed ln safety,  That is one way���������the way of stiff  stern duty und obedience to law. But  there is. a better way I'  7 ���������F!am<fe:;Onde^:vVater -  British Admiralty officials watched  a-fiame cut- through a steel plate an  inch (thick; underthe water at the bottom of a well thirty feet deep at Eastbourne ���������>--reeently;=77Thie; -^ame.((.:. came  from a newly-invented* appliance, which  will be used by salvage firms on sunken ships. It-was tested In the well  by Mr. Dan Hatnmet, the dlyer,rw3ic  blew up -the.-Ariadne..:.. - - -^ ?  I  \\r  x.  1 -WO-  Aboemt'Mlncled  '���������'Ma,   I  just  hate  \\\\n   hrpiid   with  holes In Jl."    .  ���������'Don't be wo fufiH.v! You, don't j  have, to eat tho. hole a���������loavo tUeru ou j  vour pihi<*..  MtmarriTfl   Ltrilivrtruft for Coilflhc  Face Disfigured  Willi Large Pimples  Ciiticura Healed  "For some! time my face was affected with pimples and skin erup-  rlffW%\ kllo:na'������- which   by  tiweo  ;  (f[t^>"*% would toe' very irritating.  ^i* (SCpiTho  pimples  were ,v������ry  havdand large, and turned  bluish   when   rubbed   ok  SdckedH which caused dla-  agurem������nk.  >.. ���������'"I was treated but It did  not prove laaUafdcloiy. I jead an &d������  vcrtJaement for Cutlcwa Soap and  .OHntment and decided to try them,  urjil ^itcir uiiulwig two calkctj oi Cuticura }.  8dJ������t������ niid two ItooxeB of Cutlciwn |  Otlnfmeftt I :.vma healed." (Sigrsf.d)/  Mr������. ISart Cooke, Box 374, Napaaace^  Oai'tkrlo,,:-  Ctitlcbr* 80* p dally, w^tH Cutlcura  Ointment; o-ccaolonally, prevent*  plukplep ������������ other empUonB. They mc  m pleatityrei'tai wse,, as hj also Cutlcura  Takum foe pcffutnlne: the ������kU������.   ,  ������JM*H<������M������tt1������|i>|,*������1p,'*>M'><lt)'   ������ ^*fM<| "'T.T������>������W< , r.<������������J  IUS;&*4������������.'JW.������t., Wrt'MimtwftV' 8Pll���������d, **W  ���������KP5E&. a*tt*a������<i. OtntisuuRtU m4C0c. TaleawSUa  Tells How Mia E. Pkikham'sVeg-  etable Compound Relieved Her of  Inflammation and Great Weakness  Canadian  Pacific  Excursions Central States  '���������  Tho Oanudhm Paclflc Kail way will  offer exceptionally low round trip ex-  ciu'Hlon Hcl-:ets this winter,. from all  .stations .in 'Saskatchewan and Alberta  to Central United States points.  These tickets will be on sale dally  from December IsL, li)2U, to January  Rth, 1024, and bear a return limit of  throe months. This will doubtless ho  a great inducement'to former United  States cUIkouh Ju Canada to visit  their old homes and renew -acquaintances across the line. ���������  Full information'' and literature  avallahh' from atiy Canadian J'aclflc  Agent. aG-25  West St. John, N. B.��������� "I was in a  general run-down condition following:  the birth of my twin boys. I had a great  deal of inflammation, with pains and  weakness. Finally^my doctor recommended Lydia E. rinkham'a Vegetable  ComfKnmd. He said that your medjemo  would be the only thine to build nae up.  1 am sure he is riglit, for I am feeling  much better and am gaining in -weight,  havinjj cbhe down to ninety-three  laotmds. 1 vv:as in bed for over a month,  but am up again now. I have recommended the Vegetable Compound to my  friends and give you permission to use  inv letter."���������Mrs. I������i,mkr A. Ritciuk,  S4! Rodney SL, West St. John, K. K.  There are matiy women who find their  householtiti uties almost unbearable ow -  lug to some weakness or derangement.  Tho trouble may he slight, yet cause  such annoying symptoms an dragging  pains, wcaJvnes3and arun-dpwnfeielinK.  Lydia E. Piiutham's Vegetable Compound is a splendid medicine for such  conditions.lt has in many cases re!3eved  those symptoms byTemovinc the cause  of them.- Mrs. Ritchie's experience is  but one of many.  You might be interested in reading  Mrs.Pinkham'a Private Text-Book upon  the **Ailmenta of Women," Yon can  pet a copy free by writing the kydin  33. Ptnkham Mednctno Co., Cobourg,  Ontario. c  1W������.  "TUero i.s no poisonous lugivdlent in   ������*Pwts������   among  the  i  lolloway-H Corii 31eruover, and It ������a ��������� 1^'Ul^*  Inrlla.       Th  nolle*  bii us������jd without danger or injury.  Good Advice for Everybody  One  of the remedien  sugguKtwl  by  Dr. W. M. Jardine, or the Kansas  Agricultural ColleRO to aneet the present situation in agriculture l*: "Burn  Iobh gas and -v^drlc harder."- -From the  t< 1 ()if;an Oil'1'* ^?'.;v,t-.  Hunting Game With Leopards  Hunting deer nnd other game with  the cheeial.'. Is one of the most populor  native prlneeH of  cf-p '.h-rtpardi-- arts  lraln������Ml to kill without later rntuilni-  Ing-ihe body of their prpy.  CuttlfiU)!  i BfeyiWFitfMiiiii HjSmt^f^i 'AbflkWWUtttf&Wt  uvllnaind'a Linimoot for Distemr������������r  TOUR tin&tiStJmMB&S'  mm������ rcMn- tsy������w*;eei������E������, Clear mm& etoalttir-  Wthm tor Frns Ey������ Cant Boak.  mmm teiSgiSBBSW  mbbrm  THE X'RKSTOS   KEVtJEW  ^I^PF   SI    WS& mm  .     t.��������� ,���������  Bigger and better than ever  Greater stocks to select from, bitter values than any previous offerings.  Everything going "at real sale price:* for eight clays  Read every item in this advt. and carefully note the great savings in every bit of merchandise listed.      Come early and investigate.  MEN'S  HEAVY UNDERWEAR  Presenting; most unusual values in accordance with M;iW������on Bros.  pissiiry to clear aii lines an the ~e*n������ of each season. Coumiesa specials  await tlie wise slu ptjer and every one represents a buna Side worth  while Raving. 3  Menss Hewson all wool Underwear, reg. $2.25 per garment;  Sale? per garment   .���������  -   Mett's cotton and- wool underwear, a-eg. 1.75 per ������ gar in en i;  sale pxtce, per garment, ���������-..���������,���������$ I 25  Men's PennsanV N������- 73 Under-  vi ear, reg. per gantient, 1.25;  Men's -Hewson Red Isabel combinations,    guaranteed    100  Ti/f  9  iri^ii  to clear before Spring  Stock arrives  13.ro w n  BSiSuS  $1.751  iuat       itaop  $7.00:  cent wool, reg.  4.50 per suit;  fiMl������" p-rl***",  pe������- riTilt- ......      SJ.SO  We have ������ verv-ftne dress weight  uti w������m! vJouibinaJ;::::, rs'g.  2.75: j*:ilt? prlCf-, per HUli _ ���������     <������..-&?  Boys1   heavy     woof   underwear  tnade     by.     Penman's    ������"eg.  prices frfsisi 1.00 to   1.25   pes* -  garment; to clear at 85  sale . >" ~ $5.95  Brown  Bluchers, Ih>x toe, a  sjrfc-HS  work,  J** lili  B  &%   SSI  His������%!!'������%   MIAAI  S s������������ mBii ������ fisuB  . Here, Mr.- Man, is the Sale of Sales���������the event you've been waiting  for���������the occasion that spells SAVINGS in capital letters., It's a definite policy of ours to clear stock twilae a year-���������and IF prices wilt remove  our  surplus "stocks   at  the balance of owr ITall and.  Now is the time to buy that MACKINAW LOAT.    They  are all wool.  Reg. 9.50 Coats ai $6.95. Reg* $11 at $?SS  ... mtm,,.m  ..      ������.��������� -i.      i���������.���������  -���������������,��������������������������� i .....      . ���������      ���������������������������..,���������  ii. ��������� ������������������ ������������������������������������...,-   ... ������������������ ��������� i ���������-    . ���������     ���������     ��������� ���������    in    i   ii    ���������     i mi  MEN'S WORK SHIRTS  Straight forward price cutting on-regular stock���������: lines���������-everything  clear and above board���������values that touch the spot every time. What  w������ advertise we sell,  MEN'S COTTON and WOOL  reg. $1.7$;   Sah~- ~~������������������--������������������~  Men's all wool Khaki Shirt,  made of military flannel,  reg. 2.85; sale price....���������.... 8 2.45  Men's   all   wool    giey   Flannel  8 hirts, reg, 2.95; sale price _^.   2.45  Men's    heavy    weight   Flannel  very good shoe   for dress  purposes   or   light  rear. &ti.50; rale   Black    Velour    Bhichers, a"  good  everyday  shoe, rep;.  5.25  00; sale. 4.75  A few otheriines going at cost  Winter  stacks   will surely  go ���������asaii reinemlier. these great   reductions  which this   sale  has to offer- are on basis of goods of highest standards.  ____     __      . _. _ _    __   _     _.       j^jj  A cotton and wool mixture m Heather color, jumbo khit9  reg. 3.5������;   sate price ^    Men's pure wool sweaters, green  only, reg. 6.75: Hale  3 5.35  Men's pure woo! sweater   in the  latent Lovet shade, reg. 7.50;  6.25  MIXTURE SHIRTS,   %25  $125  wou!,   Shirts,  Men's Brow n   all  reg^7S.^;-HsilK���������_���������_���������...��������� .   Men's-Dark'Grey.all-wo������d Shirts,  Men's ail   wool Heather  colored  ...- _Shirts,;rc������g.; 3.50; sale...^_^���������....  Melius Khaki JFlianoetette- Shifts,  "���������" ��������� ref^'-'lH^v^le7.^:^i..ii;i:i.." -i-J���������.  Knitting Wool  Stedsna 4-pSy So������t Knitting Wool  reg,  2 balls for 45c;   Sale  price 3 for 50c,  Boys' Shirts going at greatly  reduced prices.  " colors .myrtle  pare wool,  reg. 5.75; sale,  and cardiEial,  4.85  Men's tnediuru weight sweater  ctwits, in b3t������wn cob������r, veg.  &".75; sale S.S6  Men's pure wool dress Jerseys, a  a y^^fd assortment to chnnse  from. reg. 3.75; to clear at..__   2.05  Men*SrDress  Shirty a  large  2.59}  assortment to choose from,  reg. ^25; safe $1.85   ...*-  SLEDS that were $L25, going at 80c.    SLEDS that were  LS0; at $hl&*    Flee&wing Fiyers9 r<sg. 3.SO$ at $2*7S  i - *  MEN'S ARTIG SOCKS  2.25  2 65  1.45  L  We've cnt tho   prices tinmercifully-^rsp we both benefit.  the advantage of low prices���������we move our stock in qmok time,  sure to find just what you want amongst our Sine stock.  Heavy Wool Cashmere Hose, black only, reg. 80c; to clear,  at Sole price per pair*���������~.~...���������.���������--���������--.-; ������   Sunshine silkoline Hose, brown,  black, white, reg. 75c; sale _$    .60  You get  You're  65c  Men's Caps���������W^ have a few  lines that we,Jare  :.;... but''at cost.  Boys     AlgpnqniE^7a Rubbers,  made shoe pack style, ..reg.  OLD TYMEWO&L HOSE, all wool, six different shades  to pick from, reg. 75c;   Sale.- ^���������^-_ -.   SSc  Cotton and  wool   Arctic   socks,  gK������yeo!������r, rep. 1.25 per.paSr;  Pure wool, Arctic   sock,   black,  reic. 1.65; sale...   Meti's heavy -work sock*, white.  all wool, r^|?. 75r; 83������i������..  .05  135  .65  Men's heavy work sock's, grey,  ��������������� H   m^^xavl       ^*x������*w     '}i%na     omIa  Men's heavy   cotton   and   vsoril  socks reg. 40c per pairs sale 3  , 'pairs  :.... _^   Men's Cashmere Hose, reg. 75c;  to cleat' at '  *S  .00  .55  5.  Cotton Hose, good quality, white  black, fcais, tag, <Soc; ������=a!e price  two pairs lor   .55  Mercerized finished Hosiery..  black and tan. reg, 50c; sale-  two   pairs .. ........      .75  Stas Hose.in black or, tan.   reg;.  1.25;  sale price ���������~���������^.~ ,.     .95  Ladles'  and   Met������^   ^Felt   or  Leather   Clippers at   cost.  Boys' or Girls' Cotton Hose,  in  black or tan, reg. 35c.;  sale price two pairs 55c.  JOL-rV4CJL? W ^\.Jrvti  This sale is a clearance, and a genuine clearance���������'where it is more  important tc clear good a than to bother over the ps.'tees they bring.  IT IS MAWSOKTS BIG SAIdH  Atlantic Galvanised Pails* 14-quart, reg, 1,25;  Sale $ .95c  Atlantic Meimned Pails, 14~guart9 reg. 1.40; Sale.   1.10  re������. 1.00;  MEN'S,DRESS PANTS  MEN'S COTTON and WOOL MIX IURE TROUSERS,  reg. 3.09; sale- : .���������.  $225  Men's    all     wool    Btaa    Serge.  Trousers, reg. 6.50; to clear  at..���������.���������....-..*..������.���������.^...... ...������nM....-M������...M.v &.9u  Men's wool and  cotton trousers.  "in Brown  patterns reg, &00|  sale, per pair   Men's  all    wool    Trousers,    in  Brown   pattern,  going at   reg.   5.75;  ass  4415  Goats' Mercerized Crochet Cotton, reg. 2 for 25c.;    Sale  price 3 for JOc.  Atlantic Washtubs,   guaranteed   to outlast two ordinary tubs,  wile Jt 2.35  ...   2 45  No 2 siiws, reg. 2.75; sate_  No. 3 aize, reg. 300; sale..  Enameled  sale   DEshpaxtBr   reg.   80c;  .65  Daisy Tin Kettles, reg. E5c; scale.. .45  Coal Oil T3������R, ������eg. 75c; sale  65  Soap   Specials  Sunlight Soap, 3 carton a     .85  ltoyal Crown Soap, 3 cartons    .85  Pearline, large pkgs, S pkn��������������� 60  lioyal Crown Olive Soap, 3 c&Ecck..   .25  Royal Crown, round Bath Snap,  3 cakes .  - 86  Sat Bocht, 3 phta for ~.     .U0  Hoyal Crown WaehEng Powder,  per pteg������~,    *������  Oob1ln^,<sslP> 4 cakes 90  Taylor's Infants Belight  Soap,  8 cak������8     -25  Neckwear  Men's Knitted: Ties, all the latest  pattftrn*, to clear at  f     .85  W# hav^ a f������w fonr-ln-hand Silk  Tie������,, to> clear at ~ _ fifi  Duchess Fibre Broom,  sale  price ������.���������.���������..__ ^^���������      .50  Building Paper,   sale   price   per  roll   ^.-     1.10  Apex    Cedar  Mops,    complete  with handle; reg. 1.50; sale 1.U5  ALUMINUM   WAKE   going at  20 per cent, off regular prices.  MEN'S WORK PANTS  mt $625  Men's Hewson Bannockburn Tweed ail wool Pants,  Men's blue all wool pants, suit  able for cold weather, reg.  6.O0; sale 8 8.95  Men's all wool   Pants,   In   dark  pattern, reg. 6.00; to clear at   4.35  Men's  Tweed Pants,   reg.   4.75;  oale price..;..__. 3.50  Men's  Gloves ^Gatintlfets  Genuine Horsehlde lined Gloves,  just the thing for cold  weather, reg. 1.85; sale, per  Genuine  hoirehlde   lined   Pull- ,  overs, reg. 1.65; sale.... ....... ' 1.35  Horsehide  GauntletB,   reg. 1.50;  sale price........... .., _���������������.....���������   1.15  Horsehide Gloves, reg. 1.65; sale..   1.25  Me?.?s Heavj Rubbers for the Farm  . Here you are, man. The reduced prices that bring ea^er buyers to  our January Clearance Sale. Heavy Rubbera at a fraction their real  value await yon. ���������-  at  I' $2.95  TROY THREE-EYELET RUBBERS.steritog vatut  ,.rsg. $3.60;   &ale ^yw(������s,.~..������...-~;^.-.-.~.......~.~~..".~~.-....~-..~...  Algonquin Rubbers, made on a | Swastika Over Rubbers to wear  shoe pack style, reg. 8.50; j ;'.- with Artie Socks, reg. 3.15;  sale, per pair���������. -.._...$ 8.06}     - anle_.w...���������. .^ ,    2.46  8la eyelet Rubbcra, B������g. 4.35;   sale...������ ..   ,   8.75  Matchless GROCERY Values  North West Bodan, per plcg- ~.fl .25  North Weat Fairy Sodas, 3 pkg-  50  ahredded Wheat, 3 pkg ....  50  Pitted Wheat or Kice, 3 pkg ������������������-    .50  Aunt   Jamima  Buokwhoat  Corn and  Wheat Flour, 3 pkg .  - 50  Dominion Macaroni, 3 pkg--.-. 50  Dominion Itcadycitt Macaroni 3 pkg- 50  Tomatoes KLC. Brand, 5 tins ���������....,.���������.   .00  Corn, U ttna���������.������������������      .00  ILC. Sfcrwwlwerry pure Jam, 41b. fcin.. 0-5  K.C. Rosuspberry pure Jam 4 lb. tin 95  Compound Jam, A, lb tin���������*.��������������������������� ���������...~.~ 65  Ensign Brand Salmon opeoiml 8 tins 75  Mawnon's Old Brury Tea, 2 lba.~.���������~. .... 1,40  Viotoria Cross Cleaned- Currants, 3 pkg- .50  Seeded or Seedless Basins, 3 pkgs��������� 50  Our own lESraud Coeoa, 2 Iba ..���������..-    .4  Number One Jap Rice, per lb������������������.���������-~..~.   .1  Aprioots, to olear at per tin ���������.������������������- -   .25  Pears, largo tin to clear at.-..-      45  Shelled Waltmta, per lb������������������ ��������� ���������*-���������   ^40  Shelled Almonds, per lb���������.~.~~���������*.-.���������......   40  Mixed. Nuts, per lb.~~-.���������������~ . ~.    .25  Special Mixed Candy, per lb-     ;2G  Lei'Sicm or Orange I*o-cl, pzv lb��������� 85  Citron Peel, per lb .  45  **Arftood" Pioklea, Sweet, per quart jar 05  **Argoodn Pioklee, sour, per quart jar- ���������-   .������0  Grlassware.   ,.  Olosa Fruit Sets, reg.   1.25;  sale  price, per set, 1������������������^-������.8 ,115  Glass Butter  Dishes,   reg.   76o;  8*lo���������~_~��������� ...,.^.���������.���������^-.^.��������� ,60  Gliiss Syrup Jugs. reg. 715c; sale  .65  Glass Cups, reg. 40c; 8ale���������..__���������.���������^ .25  Oustard Bowls, reg.   2 for  25c; '  sale 8 for....,-. ���������^��������� .  .26  Lightweight TUMBLERS,  U *' TS per doxt.;  <s price $1.28   Men's '  Dress Rubbers  Ideal lust, reg. 1,60; sale  Jfinglish last, reg. l.,05; sale..  $ 1.40  .   1.46  All RIBBOHS 91 HALF PRICE  tE^S iB^^w  jsl  I,taS!Wk  W ��������� W  W" ""^  u*������ jZmttm* H������i)nh* ������"������"* ������*!**������  WM*t������������*%hWtt������������ ^.t* ������!****"*������ *���������������*"( *������*������������****������**���������������������������'  mmm>mmm^*m  mm  ;rv, n:,..rf,:-  mmmmmmmmmm  --^'���������'";;";7"r7  im^*wmwimm%**m^i*tom  iwmmtmmmmmmmmti  \timedmm  nranm  K.-THM


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