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 '   s.i.-<X      *"  -    J* ���������?->.  r-  i*  ,- ���������-->-,-i,r  V^jwS5^-  -I .  y->  ���������*. -*������������������-���������  >.������.*  --������-���������  >^  L  Provincial i-**5^  tf.      3..   *i������  Vol. XYli  *__  ���������*..������.- *���������-  cresto^ B;a,;j.EiMAY, October si, 1924  =5*  No. 38  Jim Churchill haw retamed to Vancouver, after a ten-day visit -witb his  parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Churchill..  Miss Ruth Smith left at the end of  the week for'Spokane, where sh-- will  be remaining for the next few months.  Mlm 1S4lrh "Davies has accepted the  position- Of "assistant at the * Crestoa  post-oSlce, -onjtmencing work last  week.  dance at Sirdar last Saturday night,  and all returned feoostiiig Sirdar -for a.  real good time.'   -*":_-  Mr. and Mrs. AndeJBtad, who have  been fn Cranbrook on business the  past week, got back on-Tuesday.  . Miss 'Marie - Hook and. sister, of  Spokane were weekend visitors with  their grandparents;- Mr. -and Mrs. J.  J. .Orady, returning on _������nday.  Premier W. L.- Mackenzie King  passed thi-ouRb** here . easthoond on  Monday, taking- a* (good look at the  place and waving a highball to ihh  residents who happened to be at th'e  station. x  . ������-.-  i^-e*-  lle*--**_a Fleia_.inK.and Hill and Misses  OJssn <_ad Gariie (tp* the Or-sstoii school  vteacMgg-fiais. were js-ssurd&y vioitor*--  at the Alice, mine, ano: ^report develop  ment wo^ **������& advanced .on the  property. __ - -     _   -  Friday's press- despatches from JLoo-  _d������av _Sffg$-hd,  carried the announce-^  -ment-. g_8s_i-> i_ord  Sfaolto  Douglas,'* ������[bsss ranch cleaning up fail work for the  former resident at Douglas Vit.R,;hid|^sti month; "ret-nrned   to   Oolenmnpp  ~~������PSiu_a3r", =^?heri������ he expects   to   **p4*nd  ���������a   v������������,3 5 ������*" aMv������a������  ^eipier i^igTold ���������  ' ���������. ������f Flats Draisiage  - -Tihe"l^&t.day._-^^4.'f)n the interests  of^ootes-^y.FfiatfT^elamation .hat  has been done ih^atf^leaist ten" years,  was aceompIii.hBd^|^ Monday when  for tbe fii_tjtiine iii~*|p������iorytbe projefat  was folly discuesedf^th" a -Canadian  pr-msej-���������whsisfe .7^1)^    special     car,  ���������fa4j.ML"Aj3*. "-������������������������_-.-.   *_.*_. _. ?_���������- _���������-. ��������� a ,_..___>_r      _.       _.  f_B.w-������ai^M - ������������������*>- ������u������- ^bmmjgiiuiu tratia,  affor^d si>lendS-lgo_^n-tunity t^. view  t]������e> *j$*������*}" <??td������*' V 3|^i������8si<?n   bet wee_  - B3r. ������_rooRs returned w> Hiiict-est,  Alberta, last week, to resume |*-ork in  the niinefe.  .   Alex. Cameron.,  who  has   been   on  and .Crestoo^^  ---cm.-���������  divorssed  frem   J-'a  wife*   _������__* Ssst u"-_rrtags %_-$- -also an  ualiislppy one, ending witn   a  divorce  ��������� ^tt_-*__Dfl__ " ** ~  in IfSSLI.  __-e -Social-Ch-h 'favored. Stanley  Paul with an unexpected -visit on Fri  day n%ht last,, when a ������ery enjsisyabJe  evening ait  dancing and. music   wa������  spent by alh  Annaasjeement has just- bee*-- Ktsde  from .Victoria that-the work of com-  . pletipg; the  "Lasard  Greek   road   will  ������tart> nest week.  __|M������d_&.   Mafchei?  WOrtM   -UMingay i^n..i^m  the mast fortunate potato" growers inl She took  _ the --"w*AHey,   ^etting^   an   average** of  aLii_-^b*Mf4a9������.toa- ������0  the ucntf-xrom ������_  t7tn-e-B-#u$Wl rcapoj^-  Mrs. -I>> BntterHeld. who ha^_ been  on a ������$sit- to Cranb-j-ook, returned,  home, on Suiiday Miss Dorothy B������it_U*r?  fiieldj. who lias "heen a<Jranb^*-kcvi������itof  Is alsb.home agiajn, return!***"-*, on ")fi".������  . ^e-^t^AfchVnjJLl^lf; took 4������p this  UiatterB_wItl_i Hfiaa^$y; ,ij., Mackenziei  Klnjf, who was lettipir,^ fj-oni a visit  t������:the co^Bt. waa 'etd^KM-ed of' President IX Ba Garland."^ Creston . bfiard  ot trade; tend.,l_*.uyGii|-tabi������*, chairman"  Oif the Iso'ti'd**- eta^dlj^? committee on  ifcianmixon^ *_the^������^delej;ates. ybeitijj  l_!-ei������prit������dft������r!t-^e^ ^������W by t*. W_  Humphi-^yv'M.'P. ft^Weat Kootenay;,  who eaKie������d������swn da^ boat front Nel  son .Jba"-" mitirnixiBTrfivr that special.  pOrprauv "l "    -S^-    -    *  that each and eiery step toward  reclamution or, in facl, towarda altering or changing in any way tbe  present natural conditions of the  Kootenay waterways is a matter  which can tie dealt with only' by the  Homiiiibia government and in eon June*  tioo'withjthe'agreenr-ent of the United  States authorities. -   -   -  <* He readily agre--d that the first consideration was,to ascertain the true,  4ntei"t-'$t8 ' of the= I>t>mfirion of Canada  (&nd.th&ta.^ee^ffyence to ascertain this  was a. necessary pi-eliiuinary for this  determination^ and* suggested Ihafe  thereafter it" mi-sfht" ivell .come under,  the province of the Waterways Com"  W. Searle left a few days ago for  Betlvue. Alta., where he expects' to.  spend the next few months as engineer  in one of the mine- at that point.  Mra. Searle will probably leave" shortly  tu-spend the winter with him.  -   Jock McRobb, who   is   working   at  Kimberley; was  home for a few day**- -  at the -brat nf the week. -^ -  "' Mrs. d Mr Goodman of Ci-anbrook  -was a   -visitor' here   from Friday   to  *3-s^5e-j. the ������3iv-t -of  bee -"u___^Wiil^  in" the   concert and de*nc������.  Sail, rday night.  Searie-of Canyon waa a weekr  ,   t        .������nd1 visitor here. ������aid also t-k>k,inJSa|^  ___allamand Is  eontb-'i.ctintt f_u_kv TiiehtVeoisceTt. ~        **    \  ���������mighak^-0fi������������_ett i������l his. residence ������^-r,feh_  school for -the ^beneUt of elder;!fa%lte  w������o> a*^.i������B&bte;fco^-^d^^  in the-Mfpil-^ ^vfZ '   "  " '-----:rf-'  "In conclusion th_ ,prime- minister  assured tbe delegation that upon his  return Ut Ottawa he would iitmM-diate-  iy give the matter bis peroneal _t������en-  tion and take each steps as will brio*?  insiiif-'isitc acti3*"n in calling the  conference, and that-in the meantime,  by rea&on" of the international and  Dominion interests invol\ed. nothing  which will in any way effector change  existing; conditions of ,tbe waterway  can be-done. -  was  a*     ���������������  ^Robinson."  vte^tor,_  ana the tremendoi^-^gi-icir-ltur I jpaimp-  ibilitiet- of (he ]an"l^,'_-������- deihon-irated  on the acrei-ge ������t^ig|j������ iei-iainji?d   l>y|    fjp fa  the    pi-esent   none   of* the  dyfein* ������i**1toe.Ida���������-i5eia������s thedeiefttttea Sitchener^hunters have had  the gwid  j-et^rrse-f ttjr  the jn^^.t   turn  in   thejltfcfc- to   biing   in  ������   dees*,, and   ������ie  fiCmtttfon. whrph h^tfet-been pi-odng^l jasgiosj-ly awaiOoga faiiyof _na>w.to  iS^"������������_W^*������<m������mS__S^ 1^* WestJB-iiBt'"  "ig^ir JKi-**r-fer & i^^^^iitnpany for "a  ^bh-se to erect _g_garage  wqrks * below  -Mrs. Kenny of Trail  here for a few d<>ys_ *  sister,' Mrs. C  H. J^ Chambers-  a. former resident'  here, but now located in Spokane, was -  renewing?Acquah.tanf*e- for   a   couple  of days thih weekt  making the trrn tip  In   his   Jford-   roadster.. Geo.   I_eachr -  an������->ther resident of Spokane, was also-  he-re on a bissiness visit.  ���������������rover Slfeiv. who   is   working "at.  Yahk,'spent the weekend with Canyon  friends. -^-1   ~ "    -  < ** ' *"*-"  _Mr. Blair  is busy   with hay baling  opeiationB at the Heclamatlon Farm,  putting np about IJSO-tons for shipnient  to Nelson^ - . .-..--"  After a month's t-tay at Jhtft ranch'  hare, putting things .in shape for. the  winter, O. "Sobln������5_i.s������turn������d . to .Calgary at the first of. the -..week.. _?|������e  impi-ovemente he ha- made, . particn- "  larly in the way of building gi vies hiss  *3  *-l__  ;^S5S?S������->k.erl**������������S    w-sssCss.  granted, will rsnlia^-li^hiw wa*_e-ri>-|evel  of K������wte-nay It&^&ivnQ^?^*^  ���������ira_a__^e^^>-_ne o_ -the ^rg*e_r_  *caas������x--  that they coo3d harvest 2a, boW eriate of  '.^Mffes Frances .S-iiott of Canyon waji  a guest of her*������i_-ter,. over the Weelsiend  tl^7muBical*w*tmfes^������f  - ������."--'e- ''   '   *f ru���������y- ���������  the rasps,  Rej?. Price, who haB beeaatJPJncheK  Creeke Altn~. for the past few months  helping with the harvest, returned to  his home here on Saturday,.  Jim Cha-inoey "s employing a email  crew at present cutting logs-^bn a  contract he has j,tii_t taken.. *  The K.K. Club are having a rdan������^  in the old school house on Saturday  night. -Toycmber 1st.. Gents M0c%  ladies please bring refi-esbmehto.  Everybody we^onme.  The children arerhntvinpf their t������npw<l  ballowe'en masqdernde party in the  old eohoolhouse on the evening of  October 81st.- Come, and _w-e the  yoiinneters all dresi-pd up, and join In  the fun.      , . .:- >       .       ,:..y:.; ,:;7  Quite a large party of young people  from here  took   in  the  concert and  . ��������� ��������� -������������������,.. .---.  ANNUAI-  *rou|3i*fe**-da^������ last. w������ek.  -r^  AM������   UrtflUMM-ciwai., ..-mS.:        __*tag8{g*stson' ���������JfesE^'MSl'.  Fas^cuzstV residence is well ondery^-ay  Und ia lieing pushed- to completion  before the weather takes a. winter  tiirn. "^  " '" '*- ^  k Ds_ck Creek Sent down a big delega-:  tioniiOi-jBatAirdJxy nlght'a ������������n%-feit. and  dance in the'-Whfeaid-e flail after the  entertainment fiir 'which Tolei*ico tvoS,  Carl Ijavellettr furnished  the   music,  The hof> was very   much   enjoyed   by  all....  -   ^J    ft.    - - - <     ^^     "'^'T^TT,'^,        -*1^jr^fc_^    "-   *i*-- "  ^r^iainoR������i-������������^r"- -^���������*���������������������������'-*  T*(      _i.i *���������- ���������-���������  expedite- m.itt������r^.  DrW'aii" and  Ham  ofCran-  aa.  a.  ______... _^_.__   _������1  V|^a������ a������J|J .prm.  .im.  r*"-,  v n.an*-jr. _.  John Zachdnicic nf  taoolt, thecontvactnrs who put in the  &^**nt- ������������������������������I������*M������^ the  Brickebn :ite������:'it ���������  hous*.. on the  new Kitchener i-rfdd last yea*-, were! Gilbert pase* ^liiis-. Ussy-at cleansg  mut-.r viBit^.-s through here the end of "��������������������������������� of the *_ij.hteeo ������cres opposite tbe  the week."    ���������*/*-        '    x'������������������>*' .-| sBhool, which he _������a^ii^-c|i������-pchBe_^_-  -. '<-��������� A :    ....-_.-"     ,.   .-?iron_-__ XoansC"  H-^S.* "McCj^at-i-ofL Cresttm .."pas   ai  h_b-Tnes������   *"yx^i������**i\ Jk>etw-^*ii   train^, oiu  rday.   ia^^ine,*-^Mness.aV^t������h4|  "_S)g^. igc3������   yea^.___w^''"_������^i>.!ja,i=b"������ut' the"  -^^������k"     "  *���������-_���������"������ ���������  xfSnfgement 4^ mfct-rna^Ba^ ai^dom^  4taaa<U      w-������a.bar-������     r_|$.t_������a>   Tgfit^������*%,^Kka%.%a^ajU������e-  3-treaia*. "     ."V"*--  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid  wilt have their Thanksgiv-  **"      wig Dinner in the  >^_.H_ll  on  riday,Nov.  from 8 to 8 pm.*  ADUJLT8'.   ... Euc.  CHlLDJt������N(andor8}. . 25c  * Ctkrrespnnaence    wits   prod-iced,. ter LCl^wford-'Biy last w**H>fc������,  Geo. Jansen* of Kiiskancwk m.et  with quit* a painful accident on Sun-'  day while helping, a tourist put his  horse on the Nasookin. The horse  .was unhitched and while Jan sen went  --.head the owrfer came behind with  the wagon, which got away from him  going down the-whMif hilt With thp  -result that ."onsen was knocked over  and receivwi injuries to his" face and  head that neoeat-ltated a trip toCies  ton wh^re'Dr. Henderson jriit in several stitcheB. He came bacj- on M"day  and iB coming iiround nicely.  ' The concert nn Saturday evening  which was gotten up by Ml ss Knott to  raise funds: to start a school library,  was a decided. success , both socially  and linunciMlly, the proceeds totalling  juat over ^2*fi .'Mi;a.^.'.''liamiHoi. ".of  Ol-eston gave a very intt-resting talk  on organizing the prfiject. All tlie  musical numbers and . vendings --fere  line.- Of course the Boy Scouts, which  have recently been oigj-nlzcd under  the leadership of Mussrs. Brawn ivnd  Brown, opened the concert by spelling  the word *"Welcomo"*..',.ln their code  signal, which was good. ThoBe contributing to the programme were  Solos, Mrs. Dennes, Mrs. Wilson, Miss  F. Knott, Messrs. Goodman and Budd  Viollns/Mr. Brown, MlkeTolerlpo aha  Mr. Cam, jr. Piano solos. Miss Butter-  flekl. M rs. Wilson. Beadi ngs, Mnv.  North, MIbb M. Kniitt, MandoUns,  Mr^Tolerlco arid Mr. Xwtvellettl. The  chi-iir waa very ably occupied by W.  Touhey.  ^"*_i^^������*i������_&^  >"S"er������':> "Wii.fr  fe>^hf_*t-*a "  feeej|,^*  ris������i^������witb,*:"fjrer- ^isi"a**^g-,J&xq. ������������������LW^.cmiw^Sjm^^  McDon^ia. rt%fctimed t������>>- her  b->m������ &. sof ���������. th^l_|*j^--tawi-B- vs'hicb o^jjbyne^t  X4tte pl-tnte** Netted Gi}m potatoes  en*- abont. the only .sxpuda, that '.ara*J  giving Hat hi factory iM*turm������ on unirri-  gated lands* in the Oknmigon thiw yei������r.  The KuKatcou.-m is Info fined thnt the  Independeinta at Kaalo, have sold their  crated applco at IN> cents a box, v. hilut  tbe AfMat-aolaUM.1 Is exne(*tin,f( to-piiy8te  U*.-m������W4'*-h .ibinol 1*1.25.  show ho * far the Mmtter Jfiad ^aleveif--  *^iip6cllMc'tween W������ebin**-t������nan*iOtca.-ar*,  -)-_! well aa lietwe-*- Id������bO axld- Britxi-h  ."OilumbiH, the - it-clasnatloir ���������' depart-  met|-ts ed the state!and pltrovfnce h^Vi*-^  _^nd*;cted spf=e3������l .ovesi-igH-t. onal wogk  -*>ver thte last three yeam in aiveffoirt,  lo crllect sufficient data iipob whi^h  to- come to a 'definite conclusion as to  whether reclamatfon was feat-fble.  So far as the delegates ate aw^tt-e the  work of asKembling ,the essential data  is still incomplete, or if complete, or if  completed so far as Crepton it* aiv.ire  no " "dellnite <V>kl>tiiuincement for. or  again-t Ihe project has been mad*-,  and the delegate-* particularly urged  that to expedite matters for all concerned the dominion ant huril left-should  see-to it that the power'company's  license was witheld until siichi titue iks  thentate" and 'provincial "i-ep-iri i. on t he  pi-oject were available, and a conference held to determine the true in ter  estBiaf Canada and Bt-ltiiih Columbia  In tbe project, the dclegiltesexpressing  the opinion that It ivill |������wib'bly be  found possible to accompll-di total  i-clamallon and permli the power  comjpiany'lo put in tli-*- storage works  they destue if the company and pvo-  vinco will undertake to complete both  projects by joint enftiheeriniat and  construction ettorb. '     "-'"���������',  The prime minister discusBeti tho  matter at length and with a fa mill-tr-  ity with i he various angles.'both inter-  natioMal and domestic, that nhowcd a  thorough grasp of the various inter*. Bts  afiaiid pr4*bli"t(_ii������' ri-}acj* by the project. . .  Ih particular he agreed that it  should be decided whether , or not  work proposed to he done by the  power cortipany could not be made  use of In working out the eventual  total reclamation of this large potential agricultural area. .,  U&> ^hovvnfl c.-t-isp I_t������jrc*st'' In', p-busta-  grapWaof crops giswwn on the land In  tlio United Stfit<pa. which has been  ab-eady reclaimed, and which has produced 120 bushela of oatu, U8 b.ishcls of  ^vhcut and four tons of timothy hity  per acre.  He pointed out, however, that the  International aspect of the project  must neccasariiy bring it. wii.tni������ toe  purview of the department of external  altaiw, of whicli he \&  the   ht-tid,   and  The work of 4r"v*nR pilbig;- at * the  -Aew*Meafd"���������������w Creek bridge was ��������� com-  pletek MtJifTcii^ an-r-. ������������nrk l,is*-being  ntsh^rtiit "planking and Ipiating on,  irailSn^; rtre.'i and. i^ie- j������������������-vjihc������iiid:be  ^bmjpdf*-ted ir^Jt ctnsple #������f weekt*.  . ,&. W. Byckinan, the Creston phuu  bet,   has   been   here   for   some   days  fnitting in a  bath and  other  modern  plumbing apparatus at tbeMcGoneguI  Hotel.  Itoad foreman Get mix has been buny  foraome day-- with a smallci-ew doing  RJil^e needed gravelling on thePuuIson-  MttHon mill road, which has been, badly  cut up with heavy true* battling.  8 B������ 'Johnson wan a business visitor at  Crehton on Thnfsday.  ��������������� j-  ������"rA**  Mi*r>. LangloiH is still further iruprov-  iirtg hi-r ty'sbi^s*1 ������-���������������*- residential proper  ty here,  by arranging for. the Immediate   in'staallation   of  a   Belco   electric  light plant.  Dihtrict engineer W. Bamsay rtf  Nelson, and general road foreman J.  D. Moote of Kaslo, were through here  again'at the end of the week, making  up estimates on the needed road  improvements between here and Goat-  fell as well us between Kitchener* and  Eriekson. Mr. Ramsay En. making o  .very" btrong bid for enough ftmds to  give the roads in this area some badly  needed attention and to h������"*>e the -work  completed before the tourist 'rush  start-1 next summer.  week  Geo. Qhudley- ������riii-*^ ho_se from  ^inclunanR*a> ������������ri^ "days kg-i- and will  be remaining *or-tt'emipie-of. weeks,  Mrs. Bs-indley of Natal is ������ "-wteK'  visitor at present, the guest of Mrs. J.  D. McKee.  - Frank Baker and  Alf. Bsgois left a  fewjrdayu ago fn*r Klnckmann, wheir*  they expect to be   employed  for", the-  winter. " ..."  There wa*- quite a good'" turnout of"  the ladies at the home of ilra. Niblow  one afternoon last week, when the  matter of forming some sort, of umd  organhutfiion to see to it' that this  winter Lit-Lerhas some worth while  social life was favot ably diseutwed and  the I_ister,, Community Society < was  brought into being .with Mr*". McKee  as secretary. The first event will be a  whist and dance on Armistice , night-  November II th������ at the E-rhnolhouse,  With Meadames Chudley. Bird and  Niblow selected as aN committee to  handle the affair.  - -."-_-��������� ^-������ *���������������.  6RAND THBTRE  Situnlsyt MOV.  __,wilo has just completed its first  golf loutnitmcnt and the ladica*  ebampionshl^ honors go to Mra. Jame*  Amlerfton, wbllit Bklitor Bonleait of  the Kootonulan is the men's champion.  Thlibi   year's  sale    of  city   lots  for  arrears of m taxes   at  Bevelstoko   waa  .anything but succcaaf'ui, only two itvte  out of "124  being purchased, and over  $20,000    of   a-aesaable    property   hat  rcvertc-t- back to tho city..  ���������     '     '    ��������� .....      H   ��������� ,,  The new   provincial   police   district  which ���������W4_a'ci-������jH.t*d tw*v ytfvu*- Agow with  Cs-atvbrot������l. l^-adqnartera, hats, beira  dlacon tin tied and.the old time centraie  at I'eroie anti Heiwori are 110W immiaM-  Hng the p<iHc������ business of the province  for cast und -uowth ' Kootenay.  Packed with  Adventure, LoveQ  REGINALD BARKER  Production  An electri lying spectacular  picture of the Far North. ���������""-IS.1!  iMtiMasaBmsamsaamaamma  __ri^~^^^^y^^^"^^  S^tffaaw.  ^���������i-,^i_n-,Li.���������^i���������,__.a������,_  m  ���������'"VSJhl  : :'*���������'%'*���������  W--J- v  J'i  |;!.  Is*.  i*!'  !&'  if  Ii  s  ���������������-  THE    REVIEW,    CJZESTOX.    "R.    C  -^P  s**  Best  -*ui_2igraiioii  -.gents  oasted and packed same  day in  airti  C-l  cans  ^iiMiwiiiaiiiill  Canada Forges AJiead    N  Canada has experienced some vers- difficult and trying years since the  close of the Great War, but it is to be recognized that in this respect the Do.  minion has not differed greatly from other countries, and, with the possible  exception of the United States, this country has fared better than others.  Of the great industries to which Canadians devote themselves, agriculture  has suffered the most and those engaged in it have experienced the greatest  discouragements. Nevertheless, it is agriculture which is. responsible for the  marked progress which Canada is making in -world trade and commerce, and  although the volume of Canada's farm production this year .-will _Sey considerably less than a year ago, the financial return to the, producers mayTupt, because of existing world conditions, fall much below lastlyeaijs figures.  Not only has Canada largely recovered from the afler "effects of the war  wi(.hou"Tr any great disturbances and re-established hprseif on a firm peacetime basis, but this.Dominion has moved forward and occupied a much more  prominent and important place in the markets of,the world,.and,_as already  noted, the backbone of this development has been agriculture.  The most gratifying feature of Canada's trade development is found in  the steadily increasing ratio of exports over imoorts.. During the twelve  months ended May 31 last the Dominion had av favorable trade balance of  nearly $200,000,000. During that period the value,Of Canadian products exported ws $1,069,715,880, while imports totalled $873,367,7-52. Exports increased by $110,000,000 dver the preceding year, while imports increased by  $32,000,000. The chief increase in exports was. in agricultural products,  wood and paper.       ^ ���������" 7  In other words, Canada is becoming more and niore "a self-contained  country, while through tlie^development of its own resources it.is able to pay  its debts abroad in products rather than through the export of money; it is  rapidly developing into a creditor nation which inevitablyrwill be reflected in  the increased prosperity and wealth of the Canadian people.  "   Closely  allied  with  this  gratifying trade  expansion   is  another,.and also  Would   Send   to   Britain   Those   Who  >v    Have  Met With  Success  In  [ Canada  The kind or-publicity Canada needs  in Great Britain. is to send men and  women    there    who    were    originally  from    the" Old    Land and have made  ������COQCL   *r* __��������� f3    ssT*;"-   Vsg ���������"*_������������������"!���������_'*   *_���������"*;_-"]    ���������f*f^"r* + ^"n,f f-C^    "i'H  Canada to tell of their experience and  how to go about emigrating, in the  opinion of Mrs. Charles H. Thurburn,  of Ottawa, honorary commissioner on  behalf of .Canada, to the BritishyEx--  hibition and ' Canadian Government  delegates to the International |Labdr  Conference at Geneva, who returned  home recently. Mrs. Thorburn is  making a report to the Minister of  tabor on the Labor Conference. She  paid high tribute to Tom Moore, President of the Canadian Trades and  Labor, .Congress, who. she said, was  the sanest labor leader at the conference..    . 7:7 ;���������;,.;.,.. '  .-STANDARD OF QUALITY FOR OVER 50 YEARS^_  H^MElilKiDs^RE^IIill^BESfliiEitlli  Ladies  Remove  llteir torus  In A Very Simple Way  No   pain,  no  trouble,  costs   only  a  very simple th^ns- +������  paint on a small-application of good  old "Putnam's" night and morning. To  remove corns, tb get entirely free from  them, use Putnam's Corn & Wart Extractor. It is guaranteed, 25c at all  dealers.      Refuse a substitute.  gratifying evidence of national development and strength. '   Not so very many  years ago the great bulk  of Canada's  trade both' in  exports and imports to  and-from foreign countries passed through' English and  United States ports.  Today Canada's exports to and imports from these countries pass to a great  extent  directly  through" Canada's  own seaports.      For--example,   export and  import trade through the port o������ Montreal rose from $326,330,817 in 1922 to  $380,983,136 this year, with the result that Montreal now occupies the proud  position o������ fifth  among the great  seaports  of the world, ranking after JS"ew  Y/ork. London, Liverpool and Hamburg, and being surpassed on this continent  by New York atone.      Substantial increases are also shown by Quebec,- Halifax and St. John. ^ ���������"-���������-.     77 * "���������'.  Even more, striking is the growth of trade in and out of Vancouver.     Two  years ago Vancouver's total ocean-borne trade amounted tb $90,602,896.    This  year the total is over'$152,000,000.      Exports from "Van cb.uver this year are in'  excess of exports and imports combined two years /ago>--.:-.-.Vancouver has ih'  recent yea^s rapidly overta^gn other ports on the Pacific coast until in tonnage handled it is exceeded by only two of them, and leads the entire coast  as an exporter of grain, and this trade is only in its infancy. ..........  Notwithstanding the national shortsightedness of Eastern interests in  opposing the completion of the Hudson Bay Railway, that road will eventually  be complete^ and the. Ray outlet for'Western products opened. When that  day comes, and it cannot much longer he delayed, the figures*o������ Canada's  trade thi-ough its-own ports will be substantially^increased. ���������'...-      "    -"  The touring British scientists seem unanimous in pi*edicting that Canada  Is on the eve ol" still greater development. They have expressed themselves  as wonderfully impressed witli the possibilities of tlie Dominion for continued  expansion along agricultural lines, and also in the development of great industries basc>_i on the natural resources of the country.  When adverse weather conditions, or temporary economic periods of depression overtake the world, many Canadians become discouraged and tall-  blue ruin. There is not the slightest ground for any such gloomy foreboding*. Canada is esesntially sound; it is strong and growing stronger; it is  f-normousfy rich in as yet undeveloped resources. There is ample reason  for confidence, but no room whatever for pessimism. Canadians need to cul-  t.-.-ate a Hrtte more patience. Thai, combined with confidence.and hard work,,  w_U miikr- Canada one of ihe greatest and most prosperous countries in the  world.  Experience 'Of'Air Passenger  A's a Napier D.H. express from Paris  to London wais flying above the channel six distinct storms were visible.  "It was the ������������������most, wonderful ' sight I  have ever seen," "said a passenger.  "Our plane was7_n brilliant sunshine,  while yon all sides were black storm  clouds: from -y^hicli rain was falling.  The white tops of the clouds towered  to a height of froni 15,000 to 20;000  ���������'���������fee't/' '"'���������'"���������   ���������' "' ���������-���������'������������������'��������� ''..'.'   .���������    ���������   ������������������  Bay Road In Good Shape '  Pictures Taken  By *F. J. James Show  Railway In Fine Condition  The natural resources' of the country along--the Hudson's Bay Railway were described by F. J. James,  President of the Southeast Saskatchewan Branch of the On-To-The-  Bay Association of Canada, who recently returned to Regina from a  trip to Port Nelson on Hudson's'.Bay.'  Mr. James left Regina, July 20, and  joined O. D. Hill, Melfort, the President of the northern section, of the  association, J. A. -Campbell, commissioner for Northern Manitoba, and  Charles Campbell, a mining engineer,  at The Pas. From The Pas the party  inspected"-!the mining district of that  cpiintry, visiting the Rex, Bingo, Wek-  usko and other well known mines.  From The Pas the party travelled  by gas car^over lhe H.B.R7to -Settle  Rapids and at this point' the Campbell brothers returned south. Canoes  were used for the journey from Kettle Rapids to Port Nelson arid nearly  Mars Still A Mystery  in  Will Bring  Severe Storm to  Earth  1926 Says   Miss Bart  The planet Mars is just as^much a :  mystery to human knowledge as it has  been for centuries j according tp Miss  Belle Bart, Director of the American  Academy of Astrology. Many lead-'  ing astronomers are of the opinion  that the planet would be near enough  in August to ascertain whether it ia  inhabited, what kind of life flourishes  there, and whether "communication can  be established. y     *y  Miss Bart, in a statement, announced that1 the dense ethers surrounding  the earth and Mars cannot be penetrated by instruments now in use. Not  until 1944, .she said, will we be.ablo  to learn anything about the perplexing  planet. . ���������  Mars has a few surprises in store  for the earth, according to Miss Bart.  In April, 1926, Mars, due to its position in relation .������'neighboring planets,  will cause a storm of electricity such  as lias never been equalled upon .the  three da:ys werg^required to make the^ earth, :Miss Bart warns."    The storm  ���������i-niaio   _f-_-p  ll\lrlLD  W  vairvvi-ir<<nrE-v/\--T  lN-JHb������-d������HJPS  /-  Common   Errors   About   This   Trouble  Into Which People Fall  Many-������people >o : far misunderstand  the digestiveys.y.������tohr, as to treat it  like a"*"rhachinej7"neglecting it until it  works;y ������luggishly^y then irritating it  into work"again by ;the use of purgatives. .*The\ stomach needs help at  all times,ybuY.������ study of the process  of digestion will sho^ tha,t purgalfiyes,  as commonly taken^^^yseldom neces -  sary and often''harmful.  To safeguard your digestion the diet  must   be   controlled.       Over-eating  is  always harmful, but one must assimilate enough food to supply the needs  of the blood.      Remember,  the  blood  has to carry nourishment to all parts  of the body and find fuel for its  energy.    Hence when the blood becomes  wgak and fails to do its work, indigestion arises.      Therefore the sure remedy for indigestion isv to build up the  blood.      If .-you suffer from  any form  of irfaigestion choose your diet carefully   and  take    wholesome    nourishment.      Above  all,   start  building  up  your blood by takfllg a course of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills.     Then under the  influence of the    new    blood    supply,  your digestive system will respond naturally,  your  appetite    improve    and  your food will do you good.      So begin  to Improve" your digestion by starting  to take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills now.  -   You can get these pills, from your  , druggist or by mail at 50 cents a- box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  trip of about 120smiles. At all points  along the'route Mi-. "James took photographs of the op-cntry and the conditions of the railway and all of these  picture**} show that the road bed and  the rails are in good condition.  All of the people    in-  the    country  through which the party passed,  fee!  that    they    are suffering an injustice  through     the     road     not  being   completed.      Starting from Port Nelson in  company   with   an   old   settler  In   the  district,  Mr. rjames  walked  for miles  along the .grade toward Kettle Rapids  and he stated that the grade was hot  in. &S poor shape as had been reported.  The party spent three days in Port;  Nelson   exarmnins*   the   work   alread-y1  accomplished--on ; he road and getting  information    on    the condition of 'th-  counti-y.      Hundreds of -white whales  were seen in the bay by members of  the party and they gTv.*.. an idea of the  enormous-fishery lesources.  will be destructive only in certain regions of the world. The demonstration will repeat itself with added intensity in the: spring of 1928. In  March, "1982, Mars will be in opposition to Neptune and close to the earth,  thus causing gre_.t electro-magnetic  pressure upon the earth, particularly.  on the Atlantic seaboard of the United. States.  Miss   Bart   predicts   that  radio  will.  be used in 194-1 to prove the existence  of inorganic/and organic life on Mars.  The use of radio waves also wiii bring  us nearer "to the solution of the -mys-������.  tery  of spacp,  and  this  iri  turn yyviil.  have  ari7important  bearing    on     the  probabiiitv of the prolongation of hu- .  man life - .'*"���������'''  Treasure Is Recovered  Was Friend of White Race  Wnole     Co*-** ign merit     Of     Gold     On  Laursnlic   Has   Been   Rescued j  Th-- ���������lit"*--'', wry of an unf'\rp-*-ct-.-*d!  :-'-ir-in-" pirn-.* iii .the fore pari of tho!  lin-'-r I.auri-nTif. which was .sunk by a.  '"r'-rmari     .-.-ibjrinrin'-     in     II^IT  at.   tlie;  Head  III*'Hit ;i  r---..rm  V.'ilir'it  fliv-r.-i  i"iu ly  I" >;--,'.'  '    (J .  Tl.in  fri'ii  ci  oi   J...->i.it-|i   Hwilly <jii   ilt������- N'nrth-  ,.li  ������--r>r(:.i,  Ikjh enabled  divers  to  C-.'���������"'���������������.>>>H)  worth of    gold    burn  ii it ��������� 1  ii.-i-n ,.i.i-u up for "m:>i. Til--  luiv.,'   in-on    workln.*;   int'-milt.���������  ;.-   un-   siv   yi-.-ir..   10  .foi)'*-'  fo<**;<*r    1h������-  7,Hiin,iMiM   in   p-'il'l  ;md   fllva-r  bul-  Th������-     v.-iiolf     r-onKl'^nnii'iit     nt  lire  l::i<   now  lH������������'n   ivr*-ovi'������rf**l,  Man   of   Eskimos'  in   Mackenzie  River District is Dead  Ilavinik,  head  man oE the Eskimos  at th-*- mouth of the Mackenzie River,  and staunch friend of    the    governing  whit-* race,  died  on  the .delta -of  the  Miiekf-nzre  tills  summer, word of his  death, having reached    Edmonton    by  Iravc!b*r3 wlio arrived from the Arctic  C'-eli-.      IlavLiiuk, besides hunting and  trappttiK. and  trading with a schooner  ������������������cc'-vi'i*   from/] on   rh������_ Armic, wiik official Interpreter  pnn.'-.li'ri'tK-'nt I fr.r  the  IMounteij   Police.      Ho asslst-  i'il  In  1 hi? -*aprii,*o of the two Eskimos  who  "A'a-n*   hanj������r;d   lor  1 ho   murder  of  Roman Cafhollc pilosli., and served as  Ini'-rpr-'.-fi-r In ihcir trial.  Concentrated Power  In a recent address Sir Oliver T.odgo  said--With a mass of matter no larger  than a man's fist the German jfleet  could be lil'led from Ihe bottom of the  sea and set on the hill behind Manchester." Arte 1* a pause Sir Oliver  said, "God forbid that science now  should cast its harness over the  atomic forces. We are not fit to  handle them. Put such a prodigious  power Into oar possession in our present slate and with it we would damn  the race,"  McLaren   Knows  Vancouver V.  Worked      in      City'     as    Timekeeper  Thirteen Years Ago  Major A. Stuart MacDaren. and his  party, heroes of the attempted world  flight by airplane, were accorded a  rousing welcome when * they arrived,  at Vancouver on board the. Canadian  fisheries protection cruiser Thiopval.  City officials, veterans of the Flying  Corps', army officers and women and  children met. the little cruiser and paid  tribute to' the gallant efforts of the  British airmen.  Major MacLaren spoke to reporters,  of his first visit to Vancouver in 3911.  "Of course, I was flat broke most ot  the time," he said cheerfully, "but I  know of no country where ono can  have a better time on less money. '  "I landed here with rather less than  Muscular .Rheumatism Subdued.���������  When one is a sufferer from muscular  rheumatism he cannot do better-than  to have the region rubbed with Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Let the rubbing be brisk and continue until ease  is secured. There is more yix-tue in  a bottle of it thin can be fully estimated.  ;"1 > ��������� r  An  It   i j;������;ao-- --. i  iu as---inI  HOl-K'd    10  in-in. .  -15   il'-i"'-:.'".'   '-a*'   Hint   rank-.*--  '������������������!<��������� lot* i-nyona'i br-ivti hi!*-.*; 1t.  hl,r'-,.-r I bum '.,000 3\--'i 1 r-i r<>-  huvi." b'-i'ii  .nN'onta'd  In O-r-  I.-fiinlori   has   no finvoi*  r-"i*-i-s.  ot  worshii) wh<������i'������*  aro   conducl'-'!   In     tin-  Kiia;*.;.  lliiin Ihlrly  lii.* scrylnes  Welsh     Ian-  CHILDREN CRY FOR "CASTORIA"  Especially Prepared for Infants and Children of All Ages  Many infants aio Infested by worms  which cause great buffering, and II*  not promptly don It with may cause  constitutional weaknesses difficult to  remedy. M'lllrr's Worm Powders will  elenr Iho stomach and bowels of  worms and will so act upon the system thai there wll. bo no recurrence or  tho trouble. And not only this, but  thoy will repair the Injuries to the or-  gun������_ that worm!- cnuao aud restore  Ihom to f-oundfiiBS.  $25 in my pock-it���������and no Job.  Not  Mother!       Fletcher"-.    Cftrtforls-    has*  been   in   ui**������   for  ever  "M  yinrn  -uu   ������j  pl^nnnnt.      h-irmle.'-i?*      n-iib'-tlt-ati"     fori  Castor Oil. P.irr>pfrn*le, Tool bins  r*������ri>*>9  nnd   Soothing'   Hyrupn,       Contulna   no  nnrootlc'i.        Proven  rtlr^cillrvn?!  nta on  tttlCfl       l������H.C������i'<lE*t.t, F'hy Hit.' irtta-       ������*������"/'  v/lier-*j  r^fomriK-nil  It.       Thr������  kind  jron  huvo alway;i bought boarii -.lx.nuturo of  Air Pilot Made Daring Rescue  Pro'-idoni I'.bort han nwnrdod Ihe  modal for bravery lo Air Pilot Mux  Tnv-'H. nl Hiniibiin-, for nil ovl raordln-  11 ry nlr foul. I,ast t'lntutnry, Tuxea  iiiailc 11 in riloiii hiaillii*' on an leu  onlco In Iho NT������������rlli Sen. on-which waH  a Hloki'i- who ha .1 b-'i>n loft an u wiitch-  111:11) on 11 wi'i*cl;i-(l motorshii*. Tho  linn wii'i hair i;iiu ved and bad clvcn  *i|" hoiic ������>1* i*.-write.  being a startling success as a budding  business man In England���������my peoplo  thought I should probably be the very  thing for the w*H., so I came, l saw,  and I got a job as timekeeper���������and  enjoyed every minute of it.  "The contrast of., my first arrival  here 13 years ago '-and tho wonderful  welcome I am now receiving hero���������  well, it's rather overcoming, you know.  It's wonderful to me that since wo did  not 'make the grade,' so to speak, the  people here Bllll take an Interest In  us. I feel -1 cannot say enough in appreciation of the splendid aid Canada  has given u.s. Without her aid and  tho fine assistnnco of the Thiopval, it  Is ..hardly likely wo should be here.  Tho warmth of our welcome hero only  addt> to tho obligations of iiiyae-lf and  my companions to tho Dominions."  CaAadians Return  From U.S.  Over Eighteen Thousand Wander Back  During Period of Three  Months  A  pronounced  return  movement of -  Canadians' from the United  States is  indicated in immigration figures mado  public. N  During the four months of April,  May, June and July of the present  year a total oE 18,870 Canadians returned to Canada from the United  States. Of this total 3 6,166 were  Canadian-born citizens, 1,646 wore  Britisii. subjects who had acquired  Canadian domicile, f-iid 1.05S woro  classed genfcially as "Canadian citizens."  Immigration for the four months  showed an increase- of 17 per cent,  over the same period last year. Tho  total number of immigrants ontor*lng  Canadu from all countries during  April, May. Jun> and, July was G-1,023;  as compared with 5*1,912 during tho  same ibonths of 1923. Of this total  33,218 came Trom tho British Tslos,,  7,005 from, the United States and 23,-  770 from "other countries." '������������������  I    I'MIUIU   J  17.4  llllillll    I -Ji     UJ'IUIUII  Large Dock At Calcutta  The lartfowt dock in the world i.s being built, at Calcutta., Tho firat section of tho dock will involve n total  oxoavaliou of -Iti.COO.OOO cubic fool.  Work 011 tho wot dock portion ha** al-  roady resulted Ii dlgglaig about. Ill,-4  000,0110 cubl* l'o'-t.  Minn rd'o,,   Llnirvw-nt    for    AcViea    and  Ha 1'i'.'  tn tho mnnufaclurc of adrenalin  crystals, ubpu to rouse iho blood pros-  suro in can en or collapse and so on,  50,000 oxon aro required to supply tho  crude matorlal foi a slnglo pound. This  matorlal Is made rrom a small gland  which surmounts tho kidney,' and was  discovered by TaUamlhe, tho J^apan-  oso medical sclonilsti.  Thoro Is a collection of nearly 380,-  000 finger prints in Scotland Yard.  WtfNE.  frnVounEifBS  Refreshes Tired Byes  WtlecMi  inc'"* ..Chlc-BO.-'or-yeCorcBook  ^^<r**t������#f(r^^  im  m  V .      '��������� rH '���������  _ii  g^-;.w������i������m).iiaiWwaiiiiii>_iiiMii������iifi_i /  THE    REVIEW.    CRESTON.    B.    C.  J  y  ���������"*���������  A R.iver Of Golden Grain  ''     Flowing From Tne Farms   ;���������   _ ,_m_ ���������        ,- ��������� -  *   Of   I h^Jrraxrie P-^avmceg  A Distinguished Visitor  -n.r1 *-������.������-  ^T-r---<-*_-*���������*-   _-_r  ���������a-rs'-'rl     flfSW-  *_~       lli=-2T  ���������i-Vif-   V.ll'Ti    ft"'"'   i^ii^    V*5*n_'1 *ovc_  across  the prairies, everything is be-  I  ing from the fari*is    of    the    Prairie  Provinces  to the consumers  of bread   ing prepared for the rush of the har-  stuffs m" all parts    of '  the    civilized  vest   work.      Constant    vigilance    in  world,   is   represented   by - the   move-   this,  as  in  every  other  great move  ment of the  farmers'    grain    to    the>4Pnent; is the price of safety and noth.-"  world markets. Beginning in August  each? year and in some years flowing  constantly forward until August of the  following year, this everlasting river  of wheat is Western Canada's JContriy  bution to the feeding of the civilized;  world. In the movement of this ..crop  from the .country elevators" and" loading platforms of the Prairie Provinces,  the Canadian "National ."Rail>yays ���������year  by year are playingka more important part.. ;.'y  Long before the western farmeir has  finished hisa seeding in the spring, pre-  - parations have been begun by the railways  to move his crop.      Cars must  be ordered, for each year more equip-  J������   -tV-    S a.  ing is left uadone to ensure that the  movement forward shall be rapid,'  even, and unhampered. An important department, y. hose work is little  seen -qufcside of railway circles,, is the  Car Service Department.ywhose eye is  watching night and: dayy to see , that  grain cars are properly distributed and*-  that once loaded, they move forward  rapidly to the lake or ocean port from  which further shipment is to take  place.  During tho grain rush each fall the  Car Service officials meet a difficult j  situation, for instead of an even balance of haul back and forth through  the west, there is an. overwhelmingly  large exodus irom the grain fields with  a proportionately pinall freight movement back toward the prairies; Here  the Car Service Department faces the  task of moving these empties back  from the lake or ocean ports, to line  elevators  at the lowest. possible cost  Western Can a da Corn Is  Said.    Io Be  Better Cj?rade  I han   I hat -Produced In J^ou-tii  Accordins; to- pr���������ss dispatches samples of Canadian corn were in the  hands of some of the grain exporters  of Vancouve*  recently, not as  a line  *5B      f-f*"""*    ^T4*������������-*Q     _FV_***     i_"* "i STS __ Jf' _>      _"_*V    *** *\    /-������1 "* *���������<*__ _.���������������"**  -for corn.  Since  1915   th*3   acreage  devoted   to  corn in "Western Canada has increas-  for foreign shipment but to show what ted 1S19  per cen_. and  the production  Canadian prairie corn is like.  According to the grain experts it is  even better than that coming into this  country ;from Illinois. When United  States corn gets too high for this~mar-  ke.t the practice "has been to balance  the trade by'importing it from Man-  -churia^TbutLlocii. .grain- ��������� men 'sjtatedyre-  cently that j������ the area of Canadian  fields in corn continues to expand annually as it has done in the past-ten  years there will be.little necessity in  Farmers' Grain at Line  Elevators  ���������7"  ment Is ..needed for the movement of  the grain; other cars, which have been.  In service,-must be brought into the  repair yards an(V overhauled or rebuilt according to their needs, for, the  movemenj of grain is a strenuous  work and grain cars show the effects  of a. season's haulage. And, since  cars "coulA not move forward without  motive power, n*r,v locomotives of immense hauling power are necessary  and must !^be ordered,,-while those  which have already seeh service, in  this strenuous work must also be  brought in to the huge repair shops  and overhauled and made ready.  Nor is this all. In preparation for  the movement of heavy trains loaded with wheat and in order that "there  shall be np delay    eriroute    from   the  LADY DIANA COOPER  "**** **-  actress and daughter o������ the Duke of  "Rutland, one of the distinguished Erit- '  ishers -who came to America to attend  the   'international     polo    games :  at  BI.eadpw\Bro6k, :Lpng Island, y .",  and it is only " by wise and careful  scrutiny of the situation that it is  possible for this work to be successfully carried'out.      ~ -Z'x\:Z  An elaborate system of tabulating  the grain situation daily is .operated  by officials of this department. ..Each  day through the- press there appear  reports on the grain movement, both  on lines through the west and at the  head of the lakes where ships are fast  loading from terminal elevators as  cars discharge their cargoes^  To make this possible, "agents of the  cSmpany through''\he" western region,  compile a repor* on the loadings and  movements of grain cars at the close  of each *_ftay. These reports are tele-'  graphed to Winnipeg -where, with ad-  v*re~-s from the lakehead and Vancouver, they- are assimilated. Hehee,  with one single report simply compil-  i"     ,:���������:*  by S809 per cent.- it is estimated  that ,100,000 acres in Alberta and a  similar area. in. Saskatchewan have  been planted in cjrn this year, which  will "represent .a.- increase of about 50  per cent, over last year. -.'.<���������"--  -Manitoba's expansion Is slower, but  any increase of about .25 per cent, yds  estimated in tha_ province;  - In the year 'ending May, 1924, Canada imported to^yconsuinption 9,203,-  000 bushels :���������. of corn from the United  States compared with more than;10,<  000,000 bushels the year before and  about 15,000,000 bushels in the year  ending: May, "1922.  This shows that Canada is gradually becoming "moire self-sustaining in  the matter of fai-m produce.  In'1923 the three western prairie'  provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan  and Manitoba produced corn crops  amounting to 781,800 tons valued at  $3,500,000. Z:Z''' "  As corn appears Jo grow well in Alberta, "Vaincouver grain dealers are  particularly interested as they pro--  phesy that Western Canada will- ship  corn through that port soon.  Cattle and livestock dealers are also  interested as they claim that an in-  creas e in corn produ c tion in Canada  will mean the possibility of corn-fed  hogs, for the world- markets. ..  New   Hospital   Districts        .'  New rural municipal hospital districts continue fo be or-^ani���������ed in Al-  berta. The latest is at Westloek,  northwest of "Edmonton. There are  now 15 of tliese hospital districts  operating in the province, and serving  a total population of 155,000, or about  one-third of tise rural population of  the province.  Loading Wheat into Box Cars  Lake. Carrier'Loading at germinal  " ���������   . ' *  farmer's hands to vJ.he lakehead or to  ��������� Vancouver, roadbed and other facilities must be in the."Best possible condition. Therefore during the summer months every --foot of the track  over which the grain must move i*  subject.,to careful inspection and Improvement; ballaeting LsTTlone where-  ever it may be required and alf part*!  of the system are,keyed up to the  highest pitch In order that no hitcli  may occur in the movement of the  crop. .'..'������������������'  Weeks be.ore iho crop itself begins  to move, tiler*. V. another movement  under way which has an- important"  bearing on the steady How of grain to.  tlie markets of tho world, nnd this Is  tho gradual concentration of locomotives and grain oar.H at Htral,o(-Ic point-.  -"on tho western Huch, ho that: thoy will  bo available far rapid distribution  ���������wherover thoy are needed.  So,   uh   iho   Hoacon   approaches   lor"  ed, the entire grain sifuatioh is shown  for the preceding day throughout  Western Canada. Figures for pre-;  vlous -years are also kept on record  with the reports as they come in and  at any time comparisons,may be made  to_ show the progress over the same  period each succei-slve season fdr fi,ve  years.  When it Is realized that upwards of  50,000 grain cars are on the Canadian  National linos in the Western region  almost   continually,,,  and   that   every  movement of these cars must be  checked in order th-^t there shall be  no confusion or delay in their handling, the enormity of the work -of  handling the -grain movement may  easily- be realized. And to handle  over ,175,000 cars of grain to the two!  outlets, the Greai Lakes and the Paci-:  fie ports, means that train loads ot  grain must be kept constantly on the  niove, both eastbound and westbound.  interested   In   Mission   Boat  ������_>  The Japanesa Government has decided to pay all the travelling expenses of Japanese na+ives who emigrate to Brazil, and to make a grant  to each, of two hundted yen or one  hundred, dollars.  ������������������"?.ft--K  Mrs. Harding Will Help Equip Ship  For Church Work in Alaska  Mrs. Florence King Harding,, widow  of President. Harding, and Mrs. John  G-rier Hibben, wife of the ; President  of Princeton University, have guaranteed $20,000 to build and equip a power boat for church work In Southeastern Alaska, it is announced by Dr. S.  Hall Young, Superintendent of Presbyterian missions in Alaska. .  Th^ ship will cost $40,000, and Dr.  Young will raise the "rest of the  amount. His first mission vessel was  destroyed by fire.        y   ,���������  Mrs.    Harding    became    interested  in this church work   when   she   was  in   Alaska   with   Piesidenfc   Harding  shortly before his    death    last    year.  ��������� Mrs. Hibben visited Alaska in 1922.  IgftTU-H HE  niwiii���������ji va  LABOE FAIliLY  Recoi-icnencJs Lydia EL Pia-k*-  ham3s-Vegetable Compo_uid  to Other Mothers  Hemford, N. S.���������"lam the mo-ther  of four children^ and I was so weak after  my last baby came that I could not dp  mv work and suffered for months Tin til  a "friend induced me to try Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Since  taking the "Vegeta-le Compound .my  weakness has left me and "the pain in  my back h-is g-dne.  I tell a'l my leJenda  who are troubled-with Tfemjile -weRicneBS  to take LydiaJB. Pinkbam'S-.Vejgetable  Compound, for 1 think it la the best  medicine ever sold.  You iriay advertise  my letter."���������Mrs. Qeorge L. Crouse,  Bemford, N. Si.  MyHrflt CJiSia  Glen Allen, Alabama.��������� " I hove been  Sreatly benefited by talctng Lydia E.  inkham's Vegetable   Compound  for  bearing-down jfeelings and pains. I waa  troubled  in tfiiis'way for nearly four  years following: the birth of my first  child.nnd at times could hardly stand on  my feel. A neighbor ^recommended the  Vegetable Co-mpourid to me after I had  taken doctor's medkimea without much  benefit.   It has relievedymy pains and  gives tne Btrength. I recommend It and  give  you permisaion to use niy testS-  momal letter."���������-Mrs. Ida Rye, Glen  Allen, Alabama.  Women who -raffer should write to the  Lydi aE.Pinkham Medicine Co..Cobourc.  Ontario, for ��������� free copy of Lydia B.  P Pinkham's   Private   "Ie���������t-Book   upon  *4AtlmentaPecallar to "Women.' *      o  Canadiaiw Honey For Export  According lo C. G. Goodorham, Dominion Apiarist, a conservative estimate of the t-an-idlan hom?y avnilabk*  Tor export thSs 'y-^ar 'place.-i the quantity at 6.00^000 poutnds. This wfitl  hav������, tho etre'e-t of slabillzinp the price  of tho commodity kn tire houi-. iiiMrkvt-  Bav-s Mr. Goodorham.  Rub It Int  For p-.in, fitllfiiei-s. or Inflftin-  n* a lion air>ply Mlnard's and rub  il. in.  Canadian National Train off Wheat Pound for Termlnail Ele-watore  N.    U.    3D JO I!":*  J*.-*������M.:^w"'featti������j.iJBWii^  wafxs&iiagt^^  Jfcs^-pa^^^^  *S3&r!?j*t$toV.ii U\;'  - ��������� 7" "-.'.y 7 7 '"-j***: -"^-v*****  17-:  IS"  li*"-:  m.  Sl7  i^;  ISf  &:���������  ������������������:?.!'���������-  _:t;-  |s"_c  st:  THE CRESTON REV  Issued every Friday at Creston. &.O.  Subscription : $2.60 a year in advance.  $3.00 to _".Sy points.  *P" ������ -������r������������   !?__ 5 ft^t��������� "o ��������� rt O-  ./_    "HP  CRESTON. B.C., FRIDAY. OCT. SI  lorn Oat Tonight  TMI:  Attention is again called    to the  fact that  the   annual    meeting   of  ^Creston Valley Agricultural Association   is_   carded    for   tonight   at  S peers' Hall.  For several &ood and sufficient  reasons that have been previously  enumerated this year's 'annual is  being held while fall fair matters  are still fresh in the minds of  exhibitors, particularly, and what  ever after fair enthusiasm that is  going has not had time to entirely  disappear.  So far as the 1924 exhibition in  concerned there is nothing to be  slavKscd about.   The financial wtate  because once the volume of autoists  going west exceeds the carrying  oapEw. ity or the CP.S. ������t_s^������"B*s at  Ktiskanook it wiii hot foe long before a atiart' ia''-*-$a3a;"lx. put the road  t-hrougli froua Kuslcanook to Gray  Creek and Nelson.! "  x. In    addition    to    this   _we   hope  surface bi- well *gr*iv-_ll^d or crushed  I rock rdadwaj. Virill lie fnriissh������_ ^ at  Canyon, and every other reasonable  local improvement have kindly  consideration, though it, must not  be forgotten that the now riding of  Creston Is a big one, and that in  the securing of our dues most  likely a little more effort will be  required than when we are com  bitted witriTtaslo.  .i  ss __  -KM    ~_.-  I������|iB-  difiE.it  t*Bg%'  That Water License Protest  . ;��������� I HEREBY 'GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, the 3rd day of November, 1924, at the hour ot* 10  a-m.> at lhe Courthouse, Nelson^ B.CU I shall offer for sale at public auction the mSneraj claims in the list  hereinafter* set' out, of the persons.in tlie Said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said  persons.on. tlie..30th day of June, 19<^*9 and for penalty, costs and expenses, if the total _naaunt> due is not  sooaier.p_ic.v_      '���������' '77-. .   :      J:...    _' ^  The jOolleotor. will be'pleased to receive any information respeetislg the following list, where the  owner is or was a member of "the Allied Forces, and entitled to the benefits of section 151 of the "Taxation  Act, 1922."  ' _ .7*7  umr ������#=��������� F>&QF*ERTmm:  ment to be submitted is   one of the  best ever, and so far as we can learn  esss-Gsrc csa'53 ess*  tsas-u  Sea-���������& ��������� jls.wviw.   las  s_Si.y  other direction to be reckoned with.  The chief concern is regaining!  the future of the association, and  the still more-efficient conduct of  future exhibitions.  To effectively cope with both  these details a large turnout of  those interested ie much to be  desired, not only to give ample tai  ent from which to elect directors,  but also to voice any of the short  comings of previous fairs and  suggested  hattei__ebts   in any and  The attention of all those who  cut hay on Kooteiiay Flats is  directed to the board of trade's f  action in entering,: forma! protest  with the provincial board of water  comn-issioners ������gainst the granting  of a   lic-Mise   'to..���������West   Kootenay  T> ..-��������� -A.  T * ___*_. .-*���������*_.��������� .   jl aj������ w������f������    OJt,   _L_U������5ii d ,-u^iuipaiiy  53-r.a���������������r-  that  . vaEa;  -IOOK  ��������� ������������air  board of management may. have the  best possible idea of what is expected  of them.  Everyone who  exhibited, or purchased   a   membership    ticket,   is  are not inclined, to  ^awer coins ;sany'-s works  .... , ,   ���������-   - . I beneficial as its   general    manager  entitled  to   speak   and    vette   Sri^ ������rould fain have them consider it,  take storage works that will have  tne*effect of raising the Tow water  level of Kootenay Liake a matter of  six feet.  This matter was pr������ itested hy  resolution of the St<K*kbreeders  Association at their meeting.. in  June and this move, in c injunction,  with aii e-ditoriaS in tlie I&eview at  the same time, brought forth a.  circular, letter from the power  company in. which ^certain dates  and measu remen ts,- were, cited.- to  prove"that ins*-ead of preventing,  hay cutting the completion of'the  contemplated , storage works would  actually facilitate haying and hay  prodaactio-Bi.  The. latest action of the boaprj of  trade very plainly indicates that a  majority of its membership does  rqt take the company's oirctilar'  seriously andj rightly or wrongly,  most (-"f^th^y citizens; of. the Valley.  believe tliat the  ������&������ as  .ariai  seating    accommodation   is   being  provided for all of them.       *:,'.'  S&2S Estimates  A second trip through to Goatfell  within hardly more than   a month  by Engineer Ramsay and -general  road foreman Moore may surely be  taken to indicate that public works  expenditures in  this area  for next  year are having closer  than usual  attention, and that   if Creston Val  ley is to get the maximum of  benefit from   the   usual minimum   of  expenditure   it might  be weH   for  those   organizations   fwhich   show  some   interest in public   works  to  lose no time  in -intimating to  the  department any  special preferences  it may have in the way of highway  improvements for 1925.  With tbe exception of hard surface work in the Alice Siding  ������auction this year has been very  largely given over to providing  what is more commonly termed  SAttlera* road*. _wnd certainly the  West Creaton, Wynndel and Can  yon sectioias have liad considerable  good service in this respect���������and if  the Lijfcard Creek road is completed.  as ia now ex peeled, no complaint  will lie heard as to 1:924 operations  by Mr. Ramsay and his staff.  Under these circumstances it wall  be reasonable to expect next year to  show renewed activity on   improv  ing main high way**-, and should this  prove to be the   case   the   He view  sincerely hopes that the rood   from  almost Goal fell through   to Erick  non, including   the   Arrow   Creek  diversion,   will   not   B*e overlooked.  If the atfto   tourist   trade,   over  which  bum nest,  people   wax   so en  thnfli-tstik", i*������ pvpmh h-wlf' w*. h^neflr-irt!  ���������ftn pictured, no   time should be lowt  in seeing tn  it   thah a highway   is  provided that will bring on through  Creston fcho very considerable imtn  b������.r of Autoistn thnfc ars panning thi*  town up fJme to  the v.������ry pttor r-oarl  from ErEokson on  beyond  Kitchej.i  f*r.  Beside** helping out Orewtoit tho  putting in wimp** of fclif- -*fcretch of  road refer rod to will work to 1.1) h  ���������A,dv������i--t*(-g������>'  of jwimR we������t  of h*������r������,  Having   been informed .that the  protest/.V.o^^ ^wlhien^ tlite.  gaww'sfoi^  up for coniiderat_oii5*t4ie������������������ ;iiQ%rdl. of  trade is jiow faced with the problem  of seon'riaigi-_*uhds:-::ito" enable one or  more citizens from hereto turn tip  at Victoria when the water com-,  missioners ni'-et and argtie the case,  and it is to thia.angle of the matter  that the serious and practical con  siderat. ion of the hay cutters is  directed.  Indirectly the board of trade  membership for the most part is  interested, but to the man who puts  up even a few tons of feed the losq  of-the flacs hay' crop is a very  serious matter, and any intelligent  effort to safeguard his interests  should have at least financial sup  port~-and that without any special  solicitation.  In addition to protecting hay  cutting the ultimate reclamation of  the vast area is at stake and if. as  the power company asserts, their  proposed work will improve h-tying  it must in- like manner go Rome  distance toward draining the area,  and if this should he found true  why not the power company and  the department, of lands undertake  operatioun simultaneously and  jointly���������giving the power company  the denired storage and at the same  time bring about the long-desired  reclamation.  Whether one ia. interested solely  in reclamation, or only concerned  as to the safety of the hay out, both  are treading on common ground  and all the information ������thnt is  reaching those who are following  the matter closely indicates tnat  witb the present application it in a  case of speak now or forever here  after hold your peace.  O.ic-e the fctomge dam   goes in a  hundred   Creston    hay mnIters   will  have small chance of getting it out  should   hay growing be  found im  possible���������and!   the   chances  of   re  claiming the area  will  be  equally  slim if  the  once entaldisbed   water  pdvilegcBi of the company would be  1 Uwifcby hnjum-d    in    faca*   or   high  priced engirK-erii������g theory.  Right now the hnymakorn have  nothing to lone -and probably much  to gain by -weing to it that the  protest in thi������ connection .0 as  efficiently preaotktefl ns available  information amd funds will permit,  and ihff'tr wholf-henrted support will  be -Appreciated by tho board *������ir  tr������wl������r* which, up ti- the pr*������H<*tit has  Minglfi-hatnd<!uti oiarricd on the h������ht  in lM-*hR.!P of drainage*,  ISIEL.mQIS2   MIFHIPJ^  _B  G ff ft mH!*m *i^"te. JTSt B  Name of Owner  Name of Claim  Lot No. Taxes  Costs and  Penalty Expenses Total  Berg, Li. D. J. & Prudence ...  ..." Alesandrla  .--"-   Williams & "Murdoff ....���������.*. ; ������������������ Allures   A.   E.   _%and.   R.   S.   I-ennie,   B.   C.  British American Corporation, IAd. ��������� Argentenil /... .-. :.:.   The Nelson Copper Fields, Ltd.   Ash   .'.".   Venus Gold Mining: Co., Ltd. .............��������� Ashcroft    .���������..   Venus (Sold Mining Go.t S_td __ Astral    r.    A.   B. Band,   R.   S.   iLennie,, B.   C.-  "Wragee   . ... ��������� ���������..,.;....__.. ..~. Atlantic < .-. .7...  *re*r**~r~~y Sc-iaasa. Mi_e_, tatd ~ Berlin    .. ;    S25i  2422  9915  407  3326  43G3  4296  4269  $12.25  13.00  7.00,  16.00  _.2fi  ' 10.25  9.00  Columbia JE?*roprietary Co.  ���������  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd ���������  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd.  '   Nowiel!" 5". A. .& ���������Srs, Anna Xj. Si���������_ens,.  Nowell; J. A. & Mrs. Anna X.. .Simons,  Williams & Murdoff  The Nelson Copper Fields, L-td.  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd. ,  Venus Gold Mining Co. ...  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Cc)3nmbia I-TOi*������rietary, Ltd. \.~..............x  "   UQtt       -  Cambridge    "-������������.���������������-���������*���������������-���������>-  Devlin^y J^ ������G>  Steele, R. J.  Peters, Mrs.- Margaret :v7.���������^..:������vU._.  *-Tr������M^_l(B______^;___i^:'--: '"������S**i_.^-.-,'-������*���������-"-^:  ii.Vf-U-.-      a*X-L"l-a" a_fcaT_^������tti- IMS p   ���������->m%MBAJm-9-.,mmm<m++h^...������.mmmm.m.**.  --..IrcM7Mo_st*tSi'--^td, -���������r:*���������l.���������.���������w.v.'���������.'.���������  iron Mountain, -Ltd.  ...���������......   Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd. ...  Califor-p-ia Mining Co., Ltd. .... .  Calgary     Central    ......  Central Frac.  Cleopatra   CCiaiXXlbla     ..-..  Clinton   "Cosmopolitan  Daylight   Bodger   ..-.   Dufferin      **_���������*  Edward D.,...  "Eldorado ,.���������..  ise  3730  901^  4146  2691  10032  3278  3253  6445  4299  4208  4801  4-02  387  8-70  4302  4295     907    12083    3731  >-*-r������**-*^*aa������������������W_l  i.{*..������������C-������_...r,.*-, *  op?������  4..--.^|a.������.V- * ,_^S9-LX. .f  ...^j������,,.t������'.a,..ri^4*-r^-J,Rjy- "  '���������^---?-Pl*Tf^*?-S?JL*"-*"^<'^>^  BJrnerald B-rac. ���������._.-f~,:���������.���������,....^..,���������?...^074*  "Empire    l....lk.  1208������S ^  Eureka   ....���������:.-:.'���������.-.���������. .: u..r.���������!.'     3255  Exchequer    ���������*���������������-  391  P. N.. -_ompson, A.  May C. Fenwell ..  P. N. Thompson, A.  -.:.. May C. Fenwell- .:..:.%.  Venus Gold Mining-Co.  M. Johnson,- and  M. Johnson, and  ��������� Fairview  <^4ltaiall>^,������*kaMM������(Mnn  Free Silver    Fredericton Frac/  290*3  2902  4305  A. J. Campbell,'Margaret Peters ....  Shallenberger, H. H. .....���������...............  Shallenberger, H.  H.  ......��������� .-.-.  ICootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd.  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd. ..  KootenayyEonanea Mines, Ltd. k  Kootenay-fBonanza MineB, Ltd. 7.  The Nelson Copper Fields, Ltd.  Shallenherier, H. H.  .......~.-........r.  Shallenberger, H. it.  Bitisell, David S.: .���������  Blssell, Dayld. 8,_......  Blssell, David S.  Iron Mountain, Ltd.  ..  Williams & Murdoff  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd. ..  NeiBon Clipper __"rields, Ltd., The  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd.  Kootcpay Bonanza Mines, Ltd.  U*a������t-*TLQIC(           *���������������������������������������*.....*���������������������������.���������*-���������.������������������ r..**.*....*...^...*!' +.mmmmmm 48 39  .Glasgow" .; __. ;.���������..;  659-9  Glasgow No. 1-Pirac. < ���������:_'_..;���������..;. :���������.:���������. 0611  CSold  Bell ��������� ������.~ 4155  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������M������a^������������������a������aaBB������  ��������������� M������M������f **(l|������������tW*������������ ������������ Wit*  .**-������������������������-���������������������������������������������������'������-���������������������������������*'���������*������������������������������������-_'  Golden'  Star  Gold  Standard  Gold-Tip   .���������.-....  Gold Crown"....  Golden Rod ...,  Golden Fleece  Golden Giant  Gold Bell ........  Gold Note ........  Gold Standard  Golden Bagle"-  Grand "View ...  Great Boulder Frac. .  Grand Prize. :.. ,  Great Western ".'...,.......  im.^*r*m...m,...mmmm.m'  >*aaak.B...I>������f.  ,.V..������  ���������������..������������������*. i.mm.m^mmpm^.  8594  4158  4157  3939  6605  6607  ^655  4(557  616  9071  9926  685  2022  3592  41-8  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd ���������  Great Eastern ...... .;.7.. ���������.���������...   4152  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd   Great West Frac.    4779  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd.  >��������������������� ���������������������������������������������ttttttia-cl'l' It tattllt  British America.! Co.  The Nelson Chopper Fields, Ltd. ..  Shallenberger, Hy.Hi.'-"...........���������..  Williams & Murdoff: .���������,.���������..   Kootenay Bonanza; MineB, Ltd.  The Nelson'Copper Fields, Ltd.  <������������^t������**������Wi  ������*������������*������������������*���������-������*  p>|a^>**t������**MM  Grand  Fractional  ..'���������-  -.'   ������������������Hw, '  Hawlceyo   Haddo Frkc. . ..  Hastings   Happy Jean  ...  I-Ipree Shoe    Ja*XU-Tl������**U     .      VV������,a.a>aialMpaj*M������������������������k  *������������������������������������* a *��������������� aa ��������� la .mm.  2113  3827  4221  6598  9911  2285  2019  t.n������^ll*|a|������tW*������MMW>lrtMWMl  '  ���������������tot������*������^������**aa������*Ma*>a ������**������������**���������������������������������  J. ID. Read <et al) ....  The Nelson Cbppor "Welds, Ltd.  Shallenberger, H. ,H.  Shallenberger, H. If,  Iron Mountain, Ltd   Kootenay Bonanza' Minos, Ltd.  Iron Mountain, Ltd, ....................  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd.  I������������������������������t*4������-  '  ���������������!.*������* ���������*#-*4*������<*t_-P������ta-|-* M������**������e*������ll*  MIU        #-*���������       >a������.i*a FataaMaiaaHaaavatatttiMaaHMaan*,,,,,) _U*SW4V  InvernoBB   ...���������  3985  International   .....i ���������.- 660S  International No. 1  :.;  0010  ....._���������........  Invincible , _ ..���������, 12084  af QB'f.fO           ,,,.������....a*a-. ,*������.������4*������ .a...,..������. ���������..���������������..������^.i..a,aa...������.i,v������������ ���������#������������������ VUV  U QfllVy         *���������*������������* ���������������nt������piMNa> ,*a>������*aa *,������������������������������������������ ���������a*a.i ������������������ *���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������.������������*, Vv4 "  J, M. B  902  It. R. Bhrum A Agnes Stock���������.���������*  Joker  _ ���������  r.SRft  Iron Mountain, Ltd. .............. .u....... Job Trotter ....12085  VomiB Gold Mining Go, ,.^,....!:.........������....  Jupiter   .....���������  4208  Vemifl Gold Mining Co. ..���������j.. .........  Jupiter  Frac.   ,  4307,,  Fl-hor, V. W. .,.....b.....................^������....  Juno ��������� ,.  8161  Kootenay Bonanza Minos, Ltd.  ... 'Kjallspoll  .. 4150 .  Iron Mountain, Ltd* ..������ ������������  King Alfred ..  ......; , 33(58  Iron Mountain, litd. ..........���������.   King Solomon _  3809'  Bartholomew, R. H. ............. ..������-. .  ICIrkwoll '  ail.a  FJtther, F. W. ..^...............,-_.........���������...........   King ol the Forest  }���������;.u 8160  Kootenay Bonanza, Mines, Ltd   Kootnla Star   4147  - ���������    'V-'.' I  " ..     uw  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd -,.... Lako Side v  ,. 90S  Nelaon Copper Flolds, Ltd, The ������   Laat Chance   '  .... 2021  NolBon Copper Fiolds, Ltd, Tho  ������  Lady Abordcofi  393C  Grioves, A. D ....,..-, .... Last Chance ..-  4984  Berg,  Mro -..���������.... Ladyamlth ������  3410  Shallonbargor, II. H. ............................. Lake  View     0602  Iron  Monnfiiiilin,  Ltd    **-������������������*  fliiMiifi������  12li*3'  The Nelson Coppor Fields, Ltd    Lily Frac    4220  VemiB Gold  Mining Co., IAA   iLHly  4804  Williams   &  Murdoj-t  .  Loilcutono    ���������  o������10  i .61  .65  .76  1.65  20  .61  ,45  9.00      - .98  12.50  24.60  7.50  20.50  7.75  .76  11.75  13.00  8.50  11,50  .7.50  19.00  18.50  3.00  10.75  26.00  9.50  _g,75  20.00  12.25  24.00  12.00  '24.00,  ���������"-    7.25  26.00  13.00  ������ea*u-������w*v  ��������� $**%-  8.00 :  9.75  7.00  6.75  .12.75  19.50  6.50  1-.50  19.50  22.00  -14.00  15.50  12.00  12.00  10.25  12.00  77.25:-  18.0,0  4.00  ; * 10.00  (���������:"  0.00  .   4.50  20.00  17.50  9.00  15.50  11.00  8.75  26.00'  7.50  3.5.50  20.00-  .13.00  10.50  6.00'  18.50  0.60  8.00  11.25  4.50  ������50  0.25/  9.50  -3.00  11.50  17.00  12.00  5.25  10.85  10.50  10.50  23.00  26.00  10.25  18.00  13.00  20.60  18:60  760  8.85  7.50  1.37  2.73  .83  2.25  .39  .04  ~759  ."96  .93  ���������" .57  .37  2.09  2.03  .32  .54  2.88  .47  .������4  2.20  .62  2.04  1.32  2.64  .36  2.86-  .52  .32  .40  .49  .35  .84,  $13.75  13.75  13.75  13.76  ta ~s  13.75  13.76  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.76  13.75  13.75  13.75-  13.vt>  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13-75  13.75  13.75  13175  1SL7S*  ,13.75.  ���������������4������-a__E'  ������.������,.,���������������  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  _3.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75.  13.75  13.75  13.76  13.76  li.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  1.20  .44  2^6  .87  '.1.7-1--:  2.86r  .65.  .58  .66  2.02  .48  i88  .56  .40  .48  *.47.  .48  .15  .57  1.86  .60  .26  .51  .62  1.81  2.52  2.86  .51  .05  .05  2.25  .61?  .38  .41  .37  $26.61  27.40  21.51  30.40  19.25  _lSl  23.20  23.73  40.98  22.08  36.50  21.89  14.59  26.09  ������7.40  23.18  25.82  21.62  34.84  34.28  17.07  25.04  42.81  23.72  27.14  35.95  26.62  40.39  .7.07  ^���������0.351  21.3(6  42 Si'"'  -27.40  22.67  17.07  22.15  23.9?  21,10"  20.84  27.14  35.40  20.96  29.84  35.40  38.17  29.29  30.96  27.07  27.07  24.51  26.35  21.36  27.40  17.95  24.85  23.73  18.74  85.95  33.18  23.73  30.96  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.76  13.75  13.^5* "  13.76  13.76-  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.76  13.75  13.76  18,75  13.75  13.75  18.76  13.75  13.75  18.75  13.75  18.76  1JJ.7E  13.76  18.75  18.75  *  25.96  22.94  42.61  21.62  30.96  42.01  27.40  24.78  20.41  84.28  ^.28,73  22.68-  25.66  18.74  3fl.7������  , i!3a47  23.73  10.90  25.82  32.61  26.3b  19.26  " 24,61'  J4.77  82,06  /:  89.27  42.61  24,61  27.40  SS7.40  310.60  21,0a  22.41  21.02  [Coutinuod on Pa������e 7  immnmii  wriMBiilMiiiitiiiii-iiifiiiiilirriiiiii  M<^Maanii������iiwa������..>wii������������>������.������wte������ii.(-iBM- ssSSSSSES  /'  /.  sh:  inaii-<o**'A-ii-  -_������w  ' :r V-.1-^. *-,"  ... The makers of the well known Congoleuw*. Buss  have bit upon the plan of conducting, a Title-Writing  Oontast in order to more .effectually   introduce   their  -&*������  "jPhe contest closest on- ^November 8th. and anyone*  wishing to enter can secur*-* entry  blank and al! other  information from us.    HJvers'one who  enters the contest will be eligible  to buy Con&oleuna Art Rufts at  the following wonderfully reduced prices up to tlie Sth.  ������ 8 6 ft, $8.35 9X9 ft.. $12.75  9l?_ ft., 10.65. 9 s 12 ft., 16.95  9110_ fi��������� $14.85  Congoleuni patterns are the moat artistic you can  possibly   imagindf   There   are    simple*    desigrse  for  kitchen and bathroom,   rich   Oriental   creations   for.  living and dining rooms  and dainty floral   effects for  bedrooms. ~  Gold-Seal   Congoleum   is   wonderfully "durable.  At regular prices it is a real bargain.    At   the special  "prices in effect during the Title Writing? Contest* it  reprv&enld unprecedented values.       - -     .  S. A. SPEERS  Local and Personal  Fred Kiingen smith has the carpenters at work rebuilding and enlarging",  the house - on Barton Avenue until  lately occupied by~ EL W. Hycl-nmn,  which he has purchased from J. _"*_  Rose.  For- S____b���������Model Grand Duke  Phossla. and __" r@co-.ds, all *" perfect  order, 9ttft> cash', or 8110- on lerjns.  Also two-sin-ben- ranges, coal heaters  and some furniture.   Can be eeen at  ���������X D. Blackwood    of   Nelson   and  Oscar Burden of_ Craw ford, Ray, who  trade will -be held to*give the"ptM*pie of  I he. Valley, an opportunity to meet the  federiai r^psfsents'tiv^- "b-efor-e he goes  | to" Ottawa for the 1625 session of pnr-  limtient-.  Harvest -hssi-^giving' wall tse observed at Christ Church e.n Sunday  | -with services at 8 and II j������..������i. and  7.30 p.m. Those bringing Ittateria] f������r  decorating are Bvked t������ have* ii.afc she  ���������3h������reh by neon ony S*-it in-day,  OOV? Pc_*. S&Z-S���������Young    EOnr,    p#VZ  Jersey, part -shorthorn,  gaa_������_   butter  and   milch   cow.,  ewsy  mi'l* ei-.   ns-Jcu.  right. - For further pai-tir-ilar?- apply  Geo.   Jacks,   Camp    Lister,    or Jit.*  Ifttscroft, where cowca.- l>e������een.  arespemung a few days on  the flats L  *.���������    ���������     .   .    .        ,"__,.*  sloughs on a duck hunting expedition. !_ * -    l----sbyt--_f*irn   Ladies*   Aid - m.  were  shaking    hands   with. Creston ��������� hav,n������    Ihe***   usual    Thanfc������KiViri-  __   -hands  friends on Saturday.  Accoroins to the Nelson '^v.   th4  to start  L- W. Humphrey of Nelson, West  Kootenay"* M.P., was a between trains  caller at Creston on Monday, and wil}  be back again on November inch,  when an open session of the hoard of  Never a" Slip or a  Trip when you  Use your  If your feet''bad ^he* eyes of an owl  , the danaerons   place*? <woiild  he  made ^afe.    -.- 'A :'Z       :'Vyy .'"~; ,Z...  With an ISvereudy Flashlight you  can see even better than an owl  at night. An Jffiveready iBa ne*v  essity���������for the oul-of-doo. s ormn���������-  for the long walk home through  the woods���������for the creek arousing  ���������for the going down to the writer sprlrtg'���������to jyefc on* the runways"  early���������to pat out the decoys���������for  signalling..*���������for-   all    after-dark  ' needs.1'- .y-x: ���������-,. 7:-,'.������������������-, : *'.���������-:.;7v;7, .���������,..���������;  '       '. ','��������� -.-' ' i" ..������������������'  7'  ���������-.;". ' .���������*���������- '.'���������'������������������;        '-.",���������  Bveready Unit Cells fit nnd Improve  all  makes j.of  flashlights.   They ���������  come in two slates <UV tit every tubular flashlight,     Bverotidy Unit  Cells. m������tan   brighter  light, and  longer.battery life.  KVEKiLAMJY   Aluminum  Flashlight* in two mixes,  price* SOc. and$1.00.  We ham a complete stock  of iviciwaf' platcfl JFliSisfm'"  lightiBm also Mtatteries  and Bulbs.  having-   their   - usual *  ThanfefrgiVfrig-J  dinner in-Che Parish SEIall-on'S'iij-ay.  November 7th, -frotn-- to 8 p.m-.'S'wit'h  the-uHual charges-ttf-SO--en-tyf. M5j 3J__l*_n&  ^_���������L-urufOK i*������ irUtr- .i*jtri������l>l_     *j������������������i������!r������-    IBB;! -_._: r��������� __.     _."   -__.,_t     ���������       -.- __r-     _?_     ---   ---  i-ootenay   Baptists   at   their  aonual UP? -9 W������"?>'**������������*������- mtogjimc  ee^iauin that  city   last  weiek,  hav^J,   ������; ^i.i^^^tkS^^s^koW^M  deeided to ask the home-mission board | brook, was'!_%������- 'onL.Satu^-i^^iaflaklus*?  tojprovide money and a. man  a Baptist ch(Hr������_2 at Crss-ass.  brook, was he^ onJ S^tne^da^^  arrangenieuts for the 8Hl.e -thii. -^.efs^-tti:  an Oaklandicar which w^ tak'-U fa^������^  an Ameiican;. who failed -l>r������: t^port bis  entry   in   Oaniida , at   Porthili - biiuw  weeks ago.  "Dtsttici engineer Baiuiuy nnd road  superintendentMoore w*-re hefe -.ri an  innpection trip at,*be- end n*t the*M*e������fc.  Work will - t-t4u-t next week on the  completion nf the.X<l*v-rd Oi-aek ro������d,  on whieh work has b^es haSti<d since  early in July. t  Dong Barney has just -contracted  for the ins!filiation of a IkManip Heir**  electric light machine at "the Creston  Hotel, which building he owns. He  alt-*> int**nds to qihe the light'" at the'  fotmer S. A. Speers ������toi-e . at the  o������raer. of which he iH al-io owner.  Crest on G. W. V. A: offlci ult. a r"ii-ni nee  that they hare arranged for tbe usual  Armit-tice sale of poppies* ahd_ Mies-e  wiBl be nn- Bale at all t lip 7Mtoi*ea iiv  town. They are also nt.work, Hrrangr:  ing for the ueual , eat errrtlsi-B. f������V- tb t.!  memiorinl on Armistice Day, November  Mth. ���������":-. .x...A-  Drak *s variety sttu"^ has gone out of  bnsliiesgat Nehu>h andnpuned  np at  Cranbrook." 7'- j-..;A' .7V'-.. *.-.,,���������;.���������  $_MMi|4ka  imawwitwManH  OB _iff.fl  IBItgl  Lctrsr  rrlcw  OGIL VIE Goods are dependable  Expect to be  Unloading  a  ..   Car off;;:,;: '  Ogilvie F  ���������. mmmr ���������   X ���������' ���������**.���������''  0^Waj-_i E9   ���������CTl     ..._____! ^M]^S  Se<5 wt?" for prices'.  -**- -*"  ^^--      2-  ~r-:  Am  m  ������������������'S^r^^^'.J^^SsL ESj\..'J5S.5"P=3��������� s.filS5_9S-<  .Bli. "** W~* B-_.-Jffli *8 ----- .B_,Br~_~^  ill^Hii1*!'  _#B������# I IIIU fl.  tne Viourt-  IMmBBBY.GIVE NOTICIS. tha Von the 12th day of November,   1924, at  the hour of  10-*.an.. at  urt-lioiae^-^^ public auction the lands in   the  list hereinafter set   out, of xhe  persona in said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th day of June  -1924V: and for iote-rest,;*_oats. and expenses including the costsr of advertising said sale if *he total' amount  due for period ending December 31st 1923. is not sooner   paid.       -        -  the  The Collector will be pleased to receive'any hWbrfnatibti   respecting'   the   following   list    where  owner-was a member of the Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits of-  Section 151, '"Taxation Act 1922.  ^UST   OF?   P^QRk%RTlSSs  Name bf Person Assessed  Short Description of Property  Arrears of   lnt.&   Costs & ..Total  all taxes -penalty expenses * "  Subdivision S8A -.'  "'-"*? - . *  Jones, A. "W., Xatd;-...- .-. l_ot4 4e^ceptR|W), block 1.... ���������^^.......���������  Delamerer .P. N. ���������...^   Lot 6. block 5 '.  ���������.'...���������.._���������-.���������  Gleaeer, P. J. <Sst.)  JLot 11, block 30  , !���������_-.,   Ward, Robt,% -.* jLot 21, & 22, block 36  15.30  Jones, A. .W,, I#td. ���������:. Lot 21, block 46..._ :. 1 :    -   ���������J0  14.64  30.52  7.65-  Hillyard,  S   Wright,  E _.  xnorimnu Mrs. J. -3r,iet*al.  Lyss P. B.  (Bat.) ^n   _Wade, Philip  --3l7_____a~  -Subdivision 9S  .....Lot 1, block 11 ���������  ... .Iiot 13, block 15 .  3.03  *?.������*al  1.75  3.SS  .92  1.84  .73  36  a*������  .12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  29.14  4S.S4  21.32  29.89  19.58  16.14  Lot 96, Hume Addition to City of Melaa-i. m������<- 2S^A  ���������"Got 1, block 16   .Lot 2, block 16 ...  _-.{i������-  .Graham J, Q. ������������������y,7  .Lot 3, block 16 ...  .Lot S, block 3G'���������_  -Lot 1, block 24r������������������.  ���������$    38.70  ��������� 29.03  ��������� _ 29.03  ��������� 38.70  ��������� 33.85  f 7.30   $ 12.76 $  .58.75  5.81  5.81  7.30  6.46  12.75  12.76  12.75  .12,75.  Ctavies Additfon WCity of Nelson." Lot 182, Map 486  43.01  "Green. Richard (Est.)  .....B. 30 ������t.pf lot 11. block 4 ...^ -...���������_   Leicester, Mrs. A.- ,���������_ ���������..That portion of lot 7; block 6, not * included  in registration of W. B. Graves in A. B.  11.96   *   12.75  Fforde, *Cecii  ,.  Sxnitherman, Margaret  S. fees, Book 30|29, 17441A   Lot 5, block-7 . ..__.-.   Trail East Subdivision of. Lot 2919, Map 12S2  .Lots 15,16,17, block II J ..._������.���������.. ,_  5.00  23.12  38.29  .91  4.66  6.65  Central Park, Map ������50, 8.D. of S.L. 10 & 20. Lot 4598, Lot 367  -fowhey, Rainey & Hall    Bratsiel!, Marie  ���������Lot 10,12.76 acres :...  --_Er������~if as. 13.60 acres -.."_ ���������  Van Allen, Catherine M  .Lot 47, 12.20 acres  Humberstone, F. Ok Lot 68, 6.60 acres ...  8.00  14.40  11.60  - 7.20  Columbia Gardens Lots 2Q5;~2Q5A & 205R, *������lap 800  ���������Lot 11A, 14.17 acr_s  Doughty, J. M. ..^^������_.|a~.~~.--..-*...  Krieger, Mrs. B. Grace i.'~_t.-^-.._���������.-...Lots 13, ISA, 13B. 32.69 acres ;. ���������.  Roberts, Hagh.VLJ^ T^n^irtl Barjeiy^Lot 26,113.00 aerei^.-i^J^_^_-r__.���������._;;f-7a,_���������.,.  Grousage,   John " ~=_^.^iA.^.,-;.'..-ii:~.vi_-.-v..������������bt 7Br ^"SB acnB-.--~-^s^--_-?__:;^..'_:r-:. "'*  24.98  75^4  CTfiO  1.36  2.70  2.04  1416  .  4.47  14.16  12.75  12.75  12.75  *-      /  12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  12.^5  '^MxAA  ';���������>-���������������  jWSiip^ZM.  ._.!.-  ���������iNfe7.i^ta"S-7?^������^S^:^^M^  _E^:������?_|w^^  2L2S---'5S.;3.72.>- -ZW31,  ���������=..���������.~I_t 5, block _-.  % a_aa-  d-.tPan  .70  Fruitvale S.O. Itr Tp-__ 11A & 12A,V Lot 123G, maps 78-A, 7SSB. 78QB.  Anderson, W. II. J..-..-.~.  Hoad.   Badwaid   ���������'  Edwards, Wm. _I.p������8r������*������������������~.  .Vickery, Chas. .-   Milner, Mrs. Martha- B. -.   ���������Block 82, 5.12 acres ..: ,-.  .^-Blcclr 83, 8.05 aerea  .���������  .���������-31ock 90, 6;74 acres   .���������.. Block 144, 10*.00 acres  *.    .-...Block B. 217, 10.00 aeres .-.-   .j_n*m���������l~    29.65 ~  -attf*������*w***a-*B������j������- , 1l������9f      "*-  *���������������������������������(���������!.������������������-*������������������������-������ 4v*oO        66-J6  :  . 25.40 ,  .5.10-  ^7.99;  11.2S  4.25  13.75  13.715  13.75*  13.75  13.75  47.5d  47.59  52.75  .53.06  S7.72  18-66  40J53  57.69  22.11  29.85  26.39  21.30  42.20  -102.75  42.10  37.76  19.18  mO "-Tali  TCO-UV  69.21  '9v������45S  92.97  43.40  Green city ^*rownalte in Sees. 2 &T3, Tp. 37, Lot 1238  Clark, Thos. .C.  Fletcher, P. C-...   Lot 8, block-'..-..  .......Lote 1, Zt blopk 7  4.00  4.0C  .68  .68-  *12_?5  .  .12.75  .  ~    Kitchener ToWnalte PL Lot 2546, Map 638  Bldrldge, J. D. (Est.)f;......������������������. ... JLots 13 tb 15^ block X ... '��������������� -~~.       8.00  - -  - '"    ���������-'-   Salmo Townslte Lota 206 A 206A, Map 662A  Watkins, A. D _.*.���������^. ..-Lot 1|3 Int. ^4 4b .25, block & ...r.-,���������, "   58.47  .    10.14  4Ymir Townt&ite S.D. of Sec. 7, Tp.,17, Lot 1242, Map 640 .  1.36       12.76  12.75  17.43  17.43  22.11  81.3C  Jordan; Ed,  .:.:.���������..  ���������Beer, Geo. Prank  Huddle, Cbas.  Pacey, Ckso.  ....  Qrant,   Robt.v ..  ...:..i.w--.-.���������^.-.....t.tu.-^LotB 6, 8. block 1& ...........  ��������� Kootenay .'Valley'' ..Lands '",''.  i:i:.U.'���������7...,���������.:._':..-;..,^..Block 53, lot 9655; 9.-8 acres .............--������-���������..,  .....;;:���������..^..........,_.Ma.i.,Block 77C.G., lot 9556, 5.37 acres _..-.   ..".:.;..-���������;^;..Block 102C.G., lot 9550fc .84 acre ^__  .....  ".'il!  Wynndel  Fruit Lsnd������f Lot 45S5, a;8.D. of SaJU;:������,^, 44/45, & PL Lot 7������4.   Map ^4  James,  K.  Muxworthy,  R.  D.  .;...:..;*.  mmm������mwmmmmm.mianj.m*m������*t  r^cVIcar, Alexander. C.  !-'''  , CblUngsy BJdw. Job.  ',V  mmmmmmmmm*������m������*mttmt  .v..,...'I^tB.**_, block 12i 4.85 acres .-~���������~~z~~~^.  .i,-.u.'....-.-P...-if6 assgd. I_etter,"A" & PL 48, assgd. Let-  ���������..' ; ^er *4A", 9.75 ..acres -.-.....���������~4....-.r..������������������������������-..  .   '    K. &������. Rly. Grant Lands Lot 812, aiK.D. .    .-     '  1 -a.jA'~' ,,.������������������...'**.'���������''      -"    .....-*���������' *: -.'  ^..........S.%".ofB-BJ.?!4 Sec. 6,.80.00 acres .........y���������....._   483.03  ���������'������������������' ' .j;-?*.-7'   '������������������',/' "''.' '. ���������'.' . " ' "' "'. '"'"-.: ..-���������..  Nelson & Port Sheppard Land Grant, Lot 12*36 .  S.L. 3. .of See. 9, Tp. 11A, Map x67, 124.32  13.34  40.07  2_I3  6.68  12.75  12,75  23.82  69J������9  24J3S  S2.90  11.50  4.48  9JBS,  2.46  1S.7ST  13.76  13,76  42.44  .56.60  27.71  784,  Bflsp ������54  ' ���������> " 1 '.  8.00  .L3������  13.75 .  _ 23.11  66.12  ii.10.  13.75  90.97  13.76      518.-30  y 'tttixft'-  ^fi>'J:ri..-  Kfemer,  Frank  younjy, W. Archibald .:  ������������������������������������*��������� *-*(^������**������--i ���������*���������������������������������<  .���������������������������at-***** ���������������*���������<������������������>������������������������������������������)��������� ������������������������������t*������.������*������������w������*������ I  a * '**���������--,.  ,' Skinner, Elizabeth B. ......  ���������,  Tlearn,  Ja������,   ..:..~.���������..-!���������  -Young, Wm. Archibald  '���������a|a������>������fc*������������������<9������a������MM������W������ B*p*  1% iat. In S.L. 25, Tp. 11A, 377.47 acres   ;.8.L. 28, in Soo. 36, Tp. 11A,& In Sec 31.  Tp. 12A,Map X07 & x68, save &: except  1 acre .conveyed to Park Siding School  T-motecs.-'JW'fl.HSO acres ......  Block 1,12.9& acres -..-.���������..-.,  Lot 1287    .'.,;'-.;  .8.L, 68f 68, Tf>. 14;, 61.48 _k 91.66'acres  8.L. 35, Tp. 15, 265.60 acres .. .���������  16.00  809.66  2.72  138.47  ��������� 13.75*'  13.75  32.47  961.88  CS2.&7  29^3  . IU.QS.   ���������  6.02  . ,m.u"  13.76  811.-54  48.10  1CS.3S '  438.85  '_^._3  74.67  13.7S  13.76  209.96  627.27  S-ecm*'- ' fleMe! *WIn!���������������)_' ���������*���������"!*������������������"  iS         , M  Poole, W. KT.  ���������.aH������,|,,���������,  Poole, W. N -.  ������W������K������W-  ���������Lot 1239   ,* ���������-  ..-Tt. Cecgi. 18, & .IS, *3!|i������. 'Si*. & &__k. JL3 to S4,  Tp. 37, Lot 1*88, 187.64 acres, being atir-  -ace rlgbtm of the "Grand Bnlon," "Belief BY."*, '"Second Roliet**, "Btar Shine'*  aft "Ida D.", being respectively Lots  2467, 2460. 8463, 2466, 4k f 462, bclnir Bob-  lot 'H, Hfftp'xPB , ���������............���������..,..._.. -.���������......,  Sublot 7. being WM of S.W.%. Sec 32, W.  % of H.IJ.%,-Sec, 88, JBt- "that part of  N.W.% Sec. 83, lying EJast of Cotnmbis  River, 838.28 acre*  ��������� ~-   Lot 1230  .B.U 8, being In Sees. 8, 4, 9. 10, 14, 16. 23.  26, 315, Tp. 22r 15.64.4 acres 1435.00  Cat.  w  ���������n."' ' 7  Si5.Jw       W.75      litl.76  *t-ft no  K.fr.mn  *���������������������.������*  4-a) ������   Par  I4S.95        18.75    1������92.70  lOoiitnitteO 011 Jt'age Ii  M^jj^aa^utluM^^^ju.j^,,  Hyw^u.|ijiAUg^^  ^lyj^^^jj^yy  B^iW^i^ ,1. t.^������itW*?fe*rtWHi^^  ri������b Al������MN^*������*M>MMaa^^ 'ifc* ;  ths c&M&rim  IISBTIBW  *,=������������������  ������-*<  Order Your Fruit  IT  -_-  j_ r@@s  Early.  3-5 - -   c    ��������� - ���������*   _*  Present indications point to fetdatly*; in creased planting fit fruit trees next  spring.    It wiI1,ftbe_refor^, wor������voriutc> y������3.r #_3^"**""$f������?;2fyou, will  decide on  what .yuu-i\^l pEant,-������nd P_.A������5_H *_<*_tTB~-ORD-IR  NOW  FOR   FUTURE   DELIV BR Y.  See oar General Agent,  WALTER V. JACKSON  of Creston, and he will give you good reasons for so doing.  \  a***-"' * 1  Nukusp ranchers who sell through  the Associated Growers will ship about  4000 boxes of apples this year.  About    $20,000    will    be   epent   in  intp^ovshsBentg Jjb *j_ff- ������^������ssr������bis^ Ri v^-r  I'Dermnion     *-"������vern^e_ii>\*s--wri*Tg   ���������.���������������������  coming winter.   .  B*C* Nurseries Company, Limited  Kursertes st Sariis, B.C. Head Oft tee: 2808 Siamlile St., VAMCQUVB  Melson  Russiand nad its first snowfall on  October 9th-���������tbe{||t(arlieHt'-s4cg>mi|iig Je������|  the beautiful in almost ten years.  v.     - -      tz~~ _ ������.*���������*? if tj?  To those pupils who are1 alMeTto pwy*  Vernob Women*- Institi^t������?i8.s^p*vii>g  cocoa at 10 cents per WeBT^^er' pupil.  Free rtocoa is given thofoe^sphqiarstwho  ate unable to pay.  ^ -1  j-ejaiHtn at 10cents wintet-andsuuitner.  ��������� sTh^^\^Umi\������id&siiB^t-iMe  -"h-^-Soh^W^-pfefiy'  north and ttontfi*  ^^^^^tl^lfi^fl^  the  ���������wlto   see  h1ghw*kVp".mipleted to  ^>r.^iU������vi* ;=_^_lt"h������k*P Copelsnd before  work stops this-fall.  ent District���������Continued from Page 5  y  ia _a _������  COAL!   W  TRANSFER   8c   DRAY1NQ  I am uuioading a car of Coal this week; wll! h&ve coal m  stock all winter.    All kinds of good Dry Wood on hand.  Good Clover and Tmuoihy Hay mixed For Sate  Mame of Person  j. T, lijjLil.fiW  " u<lla-|ra  Assessed  Svoboda, JoSsa  Short Description of Property,  .All S.L. 1, in N.W. % S-b. 36,.   Tp. 23,  1240, Map x57r 150.00 acres ....   Arrears of  -Int. & . Co-ttar*  Tot*x  all taxes   peiialty expenses   ,    ,  Lot  127.00       60.93  13.75      191.68  -fcOFe  PHONE 77  CRESTON _?��������������� .  -levorccmb, C. H. .  Roberts, Wm. 3." ....  Bocwar, "Earl R.  Lot 459(5-  ���������   .**-   _?**-   7   S-            \ $   <P*   '.   : *"_   "      *i **?.   Blk. _, of S.% S."_, 16. Map ".fo. ,0.47 "acresA. *' ��������� 6216 ������   - tOJf.4  ���������...BIk. 4. S.L. 21, map J38,a������G������0 acres ................ 22.00.  ..Blk. 13  ,'S.L. 21, *m^t 793> 1&00. afc.es I:,..-....,  , S.L. 21, Map 793, 10.09* acres ....   22.00 r  22.00  1*  **    _,*J V.  Able, Miss* Margaret .... ..........Blk. 14  Johnston, Jas. <Hst.> & Young   Q;. A;      J acreB    5���������:S;^.:.^,...   ������  2^^k^^^'Z:Z:::ZZZ S.E."* of S.W.* of S.L. SO, IO.OO acres _     46.S.  ^w   _-c^.  ������.  j*-  - _">  _6i4  .  -18.76  ������1.29  ; 8.73 .-  - 3.-. 3 .  3.73  as.*?* .  13.-/5 y  13.75  P..48  39A8  "       "i  69.52  13.75  425.88  7.72  13.75.  68.36  Lot 4598  4~a.^v...waa^ avi#%*  ISJXILKI��������� Blr       vwimiauu.vjl  Brotherhood   ���������  nity    of    Universal  Lawlerf Jas.  (Est.)  Rossland Kootenay Mining Co.   _u_iot.t_o, os-.uu acres ���������   a -^  N. <������.. F. S. Rly. Subsidy Lands W.K.C   Pt. Sec. 28^33. being S.L. 83,,<B"xcept R^W  ok W..-.P. %i_. uo.)   xp."9A, Hap *S2,  49.05  acres   .....      30.00,   S.L. 3, being Pt. Sec. 1, Tp. 28, Map x60,1.SS  5200-22      9������*"9 ?8        13.75' 6183.25  It takes a 10 mill levy on an assessment of $115,000 to finance Greenwood  school. ... .���������  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  sufR^evo������  [Registered)  CRCSTOM,  i.C  For  ,��������� ������ry-i   Singing Lessens  Ma^-������aM _���������������������___.  M.  vvsnyrav myjt  $e*Bh      ^  AR1HUR COLLIS, Creston  P;?X&*x?i *      -   r* __ ^   8EWS OF KOQTESAYS  The Courier "states' that bears are  iinnsuHlIy plentiful in thiifseetion this  et--*3on, gonti-of the anitiial** coiiilri^  chise to 'the city. -.   .  **   m ' v    ���������_      _������   - *       *���������*  At -ire drill at * H������������-������slnwl tlie 400  pupils in the ASaelean school -were all  out of tbe building SQ seconds* after the  j-" '  aa B ^ W1W _.   e������*������**-i*a     orvt*iMt4l r  a>B������-������. St'      -*-* WaI-7      *a������-������ ���������* ��������������������� - ~-i *���������  acres  a aa  'Crown Grants  Canadian  - Lta: ....  Pinlay, Will B usr.:.   Bloomer, Ro.se B.  .   Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd  Marble "JS.  Granite   Works, **-���������-   Block-13, lot 98, 3.25 acres    Block.-10, Lot 251,* 9.94 acres ������.���������������.    Block 3, Lot SOlA, 18.63 .acres .- .���������.'������������������^   Southerly 234 ft. of Lot 304,    of    Old HaU  Mines Smelter Site, Plan 59SA,    10.95. -  acres  ... .~ . .'. ...  1056.45  48.06  54.40  4fr47  4 .5 7 A  5.10  1.36  8.16  8.77  7.98.  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  .-    .-  48.85  .23.lV  69.9.7  76.92.  68.20  S.D. of 364, Man 768 & ������26 '       '  **  Presbyterian Church  Block; 23S, 1.270 acres  .  7G.*50  L.et 396  493.78        13.75  12.90'* ='"l3.75  JW1X-Z9.   Afc.  Up! Orange Lodge, Ro. 2095  Me*te THIRD THURSDAY of ,  each7  month" "at    Mercant^if  HaU.* "'^visiting fei_thren cordir,  aii-f^ invited." ^* ,  isRlC OLSON, W*M.  ICerr h������s just -"ompleted [  seventeen years continuous  service as  superintendent   of   the    Presbyterian  church at Greenwood.  230 pupils are enrolled at tbe public  school at Kiinberley, and another  i-oonkn-.-being gott*eady for Occupation  at the. first of the year.  Holmes, G. G. & T.'G.  Tierney, W. P .���������"-._   731 C, .26 acre ���������....-....  Peach,  James  ������*-������������������������-���������-"������������������*-������  and  Munro, R. I>. & Luzetta Field   Munro. R. "D. & Luzetta Field ...���������  y  .....Pt. Lot "F", S.L. l, Map  . Vi la*?. Blk "B". S.L. 12, Map 942, 2.725 acreB  ���������.Lot 813, 428.90 acres .V. ,-..._ .���������:..-��������� ���������   Blk. 9," Lot 914, 18.&8 acres   * - "-i  *���������  Crown Grants   "R. & L." M.C. Lot 2089, 38.70 acreB ....  ���������Surface Rights "Corinthian'^ M.C.r Lot 209,0,  42.10 acres ....r..t.....V......������J,-..������*._^_a~_. ...  I  Place your osders now for  Apple Boxes and Apple  Crates.  Our Bones a*������ all made of  Pine-  no Hemlock used.  Printing  on boxes  done-  in t wo colors.  Anj-one ^placing  orders for  Apple Boxes with us can  also  get   tbe  Bull  Nose  Apple ***rate.  CHAS. 0. R0D6ERS  fig yX j    I \jf \mm  Notice Ih famroby (*Jv������n that an appllcatton  will bo rtuulft to tho Lc-frinUit'vo AwN-mbljrof  Provlnoe of Urttlr-h ColnrooL-t. at ItmnmitmBmSon  uu b������'.rtJt oi" Lho A,^+L,LiU~Z Gi'-w^'j of __Jr".������"a"3  ColumtHa. XJmlte-l.- for an A������t to bo known a*  tho "AtmoWLtM GroWcr-i of Ilrltlah ColumtJi-;  Urnitc-l, Itpllc-C Act," for the l>uriKWiyS of c    '  all formal -oofocrUi In, unci all fornou oMi  to Uio validity -of all oontrnuctn ent*r������l Into' by  tho Amnoclntod Orowern of nrltinh Colambia.  UliulUtal, witli .lull vldui." Krowtijra Ln m,w. of tta.e  fomiH knoimn rna Berl������������ "AS Scifi** ''n/* Bertes ���������  "C" or Ho-H������*t -*l������," ������wa where Htielu oootiract i  mirportJi to bo -marin "bAtweon tfi������ Aiwoolatoa  flrowern of lirEtlKt-i Coltraibla, Umlutd, of the  tlrwt part, a local (kmoclat'on formaat ������B������-kiler Ua������  ''Co-'*yp������T*,i!*-''* A*wHMI������������ Af*.."of th^a (uvwinrt  part, anal tho fcrow������irnf tht- thini pakit. ������������r vw !���������������������������-  finch oontrmirfc p<nrporti" to b������ maalo bm-wroori tho  Aaisaclakfcest Clro-vrera of Brltlfih (Joln-nTr-hta, iJm%-  tod, of tho ono part, and a jrrower of the oUier  iwirt. without the Intervention of nneh loeal  nniMM-lation, anal alno for the v<irya*6 at provlat-  Injr that whoro any mieh irontraot in prod������i<MMl  *4> thoiiouj-t pro vein to Jiave ttoetx -dirned by a  urowor r_at������ It Is f tSrtfce-r prov���������������tthnt-tTi*-i c^raw-f*-  hun dollveeiaa.. j&ny 'irtf.ltq. .or vefaeiiliJei' otjj^r-  vrf������M9 than' In M������ioorVI������iio-i' with men ctmtmtit,  tlie Court H'-tall forthwith rtwti*ui.rt hy Ei%|������iiiii,t>  lion anv delivery *>f ������"eh grower'-" fruit* or  V4w������la,bieai attoorwim titan tn ar-ewlance -with  UllOh   COJStl-*l.l*t.   ������<!���������������   Mliia������������   n.,t������r  ia.,.^,1.,   *... o.w...  oonmiandlntf Ute*(rroii������*eir to flollvfif Che fntte*or  -'''ir^tablen in tu^y.iNla.iii'-o with the i������rovii*lorr������H  of fm������h i-or-trft-it,, notwllhutandln-r ������nv riofeot  In tlio fomiaUon, ex������my.lon or perrorwianco ot  wiioh oontmunt, . .  Hated at 'Vemoo, lil.C, thl������ -Stli ���������<"*-* of Oeto-  Hmt. 1WM. .. ..   Oi-owetH or IkriUnn 'Jniir.miiH', '.umuxa.  The Masonic lodge" at Peg_tis!to?_ hat.  |u*-t pt-es-ented & ������jHr'!.5_rd i-if^al^pleR l^i'hsa  distributed amongst/ the' ch*������ritable  institutions in-V������*rne6iiver. < --* -  All tbe C.PiK.--hotelf- and dining-cars  "���������ye-rt, of "Winnipeg' will use- Okanagan  potiil hes this eewsbn. An -Initial order  for 385 tons ha*v just been placed;,    :  ,.-    ?---:-*,' x ���������'   :*.  Coyotes broke through ct*he wire  netting at.the.Ho-ivden -fox -"farm-near  Cr������n"brook- -ai*������d - -deAtrO'^e-l* ���������* Over 30  b.Bck Rkunkf* and four red foxes.-  The News pay-t that gambling is  more.oi* lefes wide open in Trwil,.and  that booze is being*^o1d in placen other  thniv-the gov������������rnsnent liqhor-store.'    ���������  At Greenwood _U r. and -"Mrs; Ml'cln-  tosh have just, given their .residence  free-fco be���������''' used as ������7home 'for'" the  Presbyterian minister laboring in that  town  "Ami-ind  Bonnerf* Fei-i*y gront-e and  phe-ie-intf" are becoming, mv sciii'ce that  | the -Htate game <*.epnrtnier.l if* a^fc-ad to  1 limit the open se-iuon to fifteen days in  future. '  ' -  The Cranbrook Hernld bfiirs that  > tbe North "Star nnd other mlines near  \ the "big Sullivan zirie { producer at  J KiKnhv'i-.ey are to re-open almost im-  ! nriediiitely.  I      '' ���������  The citizens of Nukuf-p. banqnetted  Sid Lenry, M.P.P., previous to his  leaving for Vintoria to attend the  Hes-rlon of the leglfllatore that opens  next week.  At Pentieton the idea prevail that if  Jonj������tban������ were picked earlier than in  former seasemM there  would   be   little  complaint- about, --breakdown'* Mich as  that of 102-.  The distHot hi spiral at, Grand Porka  IM  _������i    Eh-    aif>4-fltriii   hL   aJiM.-a-.       _Hrf|li|J|>M.g������-|_. _>'  for live bedroom*", kitchen,' etc., 'hiik  b������M-r) orderpd aiid the town doct������ir will  equip lh������ operating room.  - Atthouarh th������ course Ik fur from  complete-*<*������nie golf hair already been  played at Green wood f*hl������ month. A  \ *.'i-ii--ht-.l*������ .'Oiir-������e im the obferttive of th"-  enthin-infatfi whru are prornoting tbe  ���������port.-  At their AugiiMt carnlvi.1 ("ranbrook  notary Clob oVanad'up  65000, which  -vl.I h+ t������y������#t.t ffr>m tbi*t#>'t*i t.me getting  e<|iilpin^ni f*ir ������,he ehlldr4*rt,,0 pl^J"*  Ktoonii. Akn-Hwt ilOOO hat- alreatfy  be-on Ppent.  _t|e**ftr*. <i. II. ljt>**k, <?. II. W������rd  and V. W. Burge*-* ha������������ lieen naiaj^d  a select comntltiuie to revl������e the whole  niMwrtmei.tt <>.   Oi-������.iiWriM>k.    Tb������y   will  .., i������������ 1-.-.  ..,. ^..... .. .-... j. ,,,,.������ ,,  ...      .���������,,!���������.  Ozley", B. .:.".  oxley, i_. ....  O-l'ey,- *B*. -���������.  *.a^*_r  ....a.  *-*.":*  ~$m^& 7_iV8B'  Layson, Ha H,'...:....  ^artlett, Geo. ...C-Ss|.>  Bartlett, Geo.  (Est.)  mmm^tm.f,  1_������0  Annable, j. B.   ....  i, Jas. W. M.  :-?.\i S.D. 4, Lot 2542, Map 799\,.5.07 acre's  :!jp .���������..._r.:~.....:....S._>. 7, Lot 254?? MAB 1^6,0*1 acres  ���������'   -       r       -   acres  .'. .-. ._. ~..;���������.   Westerly 1 acre oS Blk 11,    ������_Dt"264S;  acre  .. .......v...-- .:.'j.-.........:.., ..v..,-.. ..'_.���������   ...��������� ...Surface Rights "Royal Seel" M'.'G. Lot 3204,  *"*     51.65 acres . .* ,....; , ..........  ...-. ..-.Surface Rights "Royal Charter"*** M. C.   Lot  3-05* 57.20 acres . :.....'. .' ......  .. ...........Sublot A; Lot-4599. S4.14 acres   ...���������..���������Lot 4960, 2.00 acres     ;...���������:.  . ~ ,I-.  *   959  ' 18.00  542.6'-.  ���������" 8,uw  - -8.00  10.W  12700  62.50  24:00  ^ a. a^w  59.99  26.00  16.0G  Dueckk, H   H". ...  J  Subd I vision of PL Lot 5547* Mao 753  :W.% of W.% of Blk. "B", Jiro'cP^creB  18.82  1.51  3.05  &O.06  -s". -tn  ���������*.' nm  l.SO  1^6  5i:7o  .3.04  9.83  4.08  10.17-  4.56  2.72  2.84  is.<->  13.75  ������a a*_r  j_a.������y  iS-75  1562.38  97.25'  * - ���������*?  ������a-*-a<_r  __'_-*������lf  -13.76  12.76  13.75  13:75  1S.75  -  1S.75"  13.75  13.76  ������a, Hr  JLO.������V  28.11  -2341  25.46  S7JT9  76.08  *!.������������  33.91  43.^0  ������<������ ia,  ���������������._���������  13.76        35.41  Subdlvlaion of S.L. 10, 18, A. 37, Lots 5817, A 8069, Map 824  Abrams, P. P.  M.....W.7PL of Blk. 18, 7.40 acres       37,82  ���������.  Crown: Grants  Wolverton, A.  Steele, D. "J. ..  N.  ������������������������,>*��������������������� ������������������������������������������������������-������������������  ;. .....Lot SS85, 87.00 acres  .Lot 6895,142.00 acres .  i2o.oo  t?0.00  5.77  20.40  10.20  13.75  18.75  18.76  57.34  164.15  83.95  Lamont. R. E. ..  Lamont, R. J*_. ..  Embury, Jas. J.  Embury, Jas. J.  Subdivision off 8.L. 24, of Lot 7156, Map 1265  ....Block 7, 19.50 acres ...���������.~. ���������............���������.  Block 8, 19.50 acreB  ;...���������..���������    Block 14, 19.60 acres ���������..  :  ......Block IBi 19.60 acreB .���������......  m  30.d  30  30.0������t  30.OQ'-  5.10  >,=  6.10  8.10  m  ffl  ���������S',  Illingwortb, G. N. ..  IllltLgWOTth, G.  N.  .  Illingwortb, G. N. .  Field Ing, J; F., & J  Hooking, P.  .......:.;.  Yale Columbia Lbr. Co.    Merry; Allen .........................  Qxley,  B ���������   OltLfield, Kirby & Gardner  Bleasdell, A. W.   Subdivision of PL Lot 7159, Mao x37   Sublot ,10, 147.50 acres   .......Sublet 25, 640.00 acres .... .............  ....Sublet 26, 162.00 acres >..::.....������.....;'.���������   H. Goodwin ...,......N.% of N.W.-W. of S.L.* 149, 80.00 acres  SM of N.W."4, of S.L. 149, 80.00 acres .  \   Lot 73*1*8, 106.0.0 acres   Lot 7736, 141.07 acres   Lot 7878, 80.00 acres ...  .............Lot 7]986, lOS.pp acres ..  ... ���������Lot- 807*?, 160;00 acres  Crown Grants  ..:���������.,;  Hentt   David '���������'-.'   Bal. Lot. 8973, 260.00 acres  SSt   HarrF" "."... ...1-6 Int. Lot 9014, 64.05 acres   Waloroft.  Mrs.  Annie ^f* ������ Zl\S2^������JSt\f^ ZZ^T"":'""^   Gallagher, J. W  ���������"������������������?S^A*%iB^?������?,P     ^���������''���������������������������"; ���������   Bleasdell, H. T. L������>^ 940ft, 160.00 acres ...  ���������.*-������������������.���������������������������'?-���������<���������������  Ldt 9401', 160.00 acres ���������,.,-.'"......  Lot ,9402, 160,# acrSs^y f  ���������j  ;t.������..i......  ,.;..,.,.....i....,  ,;.......:...',...:..  Bleasdell, H. T.  Mla2S_'5lch?BT' ���������:::;;:;:;:-....:.... 3Ws. on, Lot 173, lo^ooso ..  Sffl.eSr WtSTZHL:-i_2 -kLot 10925, 40j00 acrej    :...............   Steele, "Dan-J .......-..���������. I-ot 11784, 130.00 acroir   -���������,.,,"';,,    /i    fyr "        '   ���������/_* Itlt, ra.L. ?! in BeOS. 8, 9"  nink of'-Montreai "ZZZZL^ % Int. ^.U 2 In Se6B. 10,15,16.17, (In Tp 31,  Bank or Montreal  --.������.. Lot 1248. 3840.60; acres ...M........r ..^.,.  ������������������ie y '*'���������.-���������*,��������� i-*-   ;+    ��������� -j*-. '?.-'',:.���������,'    '.������������������'���������' '���������" ���������*  Ido; ^0i-).4O.OO atittm Tp. 8A  1-0.00  160.00  90.00  80.06  86.00  270.58  86,(10  4S.00,  72.00  120,00  ���������A      \     ���������'    V  198.05  j  B.00  170.80  100.00  120.00  12Q.00  1.0106  ; A.00/  35.00  44.98  20.40  27.20'  15.30  13.60  13.60  45,44  i.16  12.24  20.40  89.B9  1.86  12.69  17.00  20.40  20.40  aoiii'  'lift  6.96  7.69  m  m  ��������� ^������,"^'.*���������-���������l**-J,���������.,''  18.75  -3.75  .12.75  13.75  12.76  13.75  18.75  13.76  13,75  13.76  13.76  18.76  13.76  13.76  13.71"  18.76  13.76  -.13.76  ���������i'J-i ���������  164.15  200.95  119.05  lopb  114.27  69.91  ,   97.99  154.15  251.99  23.11  97.14  130.76  164.16  lH4.Jb  + i  G. M. Annable & Co,  .05 .  457,80y? .18,7^ 6*ti4M  ���������J" -'--"t:.;^;*���������"-"."<"  35!  m:mmWBmmW������^m^ z  T liUffifll-HttL^^^^  ��������� ���������.'���������'.���������".- *��������� ,*i i - . i -^ij-  . ������������������.. - -^*- ,4 ���������!>���������������-���������. Mi;**, *  .  t   ;   ,   ���������������  1  "?p.-''  a  39,  29,  i. 80, 160.00  .. 80, 160.80  :. 31; 640.00  Sec. 32, 640.00 acres"  N.H .Of-N.-Wi J'A --A ���������' '.".-,-7,    .''7    -".v.  of N.IC.14 Sec. 177 40.60 aores;,  To*wn-hlp OA c  Pt. Sec. 23, Pt. Sec. 24, Pt. Sec. 25, Pt. Boo.  26. Pt, Sec. 80, being S.L. 182, Map _������3.  1502.00 acroa  ...  S.% 3oc. 29, 320.00 acrtoa  S.% 'ot N.-Vfii Bee 29, 160,00 acres  N.% of N,% Bei|. 29, 160100 ttcrO-  S.% SeiJi i), 820,|0 acfea  S.% of N.% Belt; |0, MO.flO acre-  fq.t/. of'N.% H^fei' il0/'1������0.������0 aeM-  Sec. 81, 640.00 acros  X"':'W:-';   '.',  ',"   .:: ���������' I , ���������    ���������.  -"  -'    -i,. ���������.    ���������  .".-'^ ,���������- i������CjIniJ!;.'  ,.'������  :������.-  ^���������''  ���������itk.-.  r *:-$������������������  ".'4017.02   -v;'711.68-'���������" 18:75-   4742.46  Lo  ���������* *!_!**. T*-������, ?*a  ir>oi.ij"vi������n, Martin B.   B.% of S.W.������4 Sec. 22, 80.00 acres; W.% of  B.I-.B4 Qoc. 22, 80 acroa .���������,    104.69  16.89  18.76      184.82  Jn.,  -It. TOWKS-OND,"' '    '      "    %  Provlnelsl (taller.tor.  Aivn-mm* H-K-Hfi  ;  y  &  THIS   <U-K������i������'A^3M   .K*_V1-_W *���������'  IS.  *X  &$gm&rm&& SMiJmWms  BY  jpS|j^^^Ki  |A  ill!  Neisosi Assessmeint District���������Continued from Page 4  Lot No,  Taxes    Penalty - B__penses. Total  Oaa_e of'Owsei  ������^v-  Name of Claim  Blanc-card^* S.:. G> ..&7.WiEllams, ..A. .  C'BsLT:^-:.-.....'.--���������~���������~ '~.r.    Lucy  2860        18.50        2.06        13.75        34.31  Kootenay JBop.anza Mixtes, Ltd. ..  Bfgel<aw: k sysha.  ;"  Iron Mot-nfcaln, Ltd. ..  Williams a". Hprdoft .  _er, H. H. .  Mac Frac  .......  3256  Sfastadb- .....: ...I .  1079  M������M������l,-Ba|#>M  Tfie^^o-son. Copper Fields, Ltd.    Columbia Proprietary Co.  :   Hawkins; S. (Est.)  _.���������;....-. _r.  **U__rl ft ^H*"f    -a*������������       -Dr*       -������**-������***-������������*������*.,---aa*������������i.a.(ia,^������aS.������������^������,������*Maa������������������������������*  Iron. Mountain, Ltd; ���������. ;   Monaghan. M. C, Gopel, "W. J.   Wrsgge, EL. CH Tuttie, A. _L, Clandy,  Mark Tapley  Margaret   ...  Medoc   Mfnto  Frac.  Mist  Frac.    12117       9913       6603       4219  A372  Monument    _     5012  Montreal   .....-. __. 2132  Morning    :.-. .-���������.."-. "������������������..".     9075  Muldoo-    ;       976  from Winnipeg to W. St. John, N.B.  -** -"*  ff-ft   am    ������������������   *  amL53&ki������S&jmi&3  t ���������Sit'   ^JSj-gJ������ V^^^^ggg ���������  esBs  ���������Jfe  Direct-to the ship's (tide.  JFor sailing S.S. MotUclare Dec- ������ for Lweyp&sl  ��������� S.S. l^owsl^sarterg Sec. I3t  ������t������  ���������TaT  THROUGH TOURIST  SLEEPERS  r������ 1*-*. ������*. J-gAi^ ,������._&,, fssps Msdicmc Hat, 8.30 sZ  .Dec.   1 for S.S. Montclare sailing Dec. 5 to Xiiverpool.  Dec.   6 for 6.6. Minnedosa sailing Dec. 10 to Cherhourgg.  Southampton.. Antwerp.  Dec   7 for S.S. Metagama sailing Dee. 11 to Belfast, -Glasgow.  Dec.   $ for S.S. Montiatirier sailing Dec 12 to Liverpool:  Dec. 13 For&.S. Montcalm sailing Dec 16 to Xiiverpool.  |Ef;  fall information from any Agent of the  PACI*F-r#%  %d?  JJtDV M XXX J. V-l        "Ufa Ha������������������,������������n.....H,aaaa..a.,.aa������.MM,������,..i  Kootenay Bonanza Mines. Ltd. .���������   Bigelow,  iSllsha  .._ .'.���������  Kootessy Bon-ass Mines, Ltd.    -   M.  S.   - - :._     2916  ������ Navada    _������.:     88S9  _. National   Emblem  .:������������������:.���������...._.....������������������.���������.���������7 2236  Nellie J   1071  4149  Venus Gold Mining Co., Ltd.   Orion  .  Venus Gold Miaing Co., Ltd.    Orion Frac.  Etallenberger. ft. K. ...........  Saallen-erger, ML -H."   iron Moa-aa-ki, Ltd.    lalelBon-'Co^per Fields, Ltd.  ~"a.-������!_r.-''    'Utma.V.'.-  G&llupe, A. E.  *4ort  .Pioneer Nq.. 1 Frac.  Pioneer    . :���������  Pickwick ".'.   Princeton  Frac   PruueuCt*   ���������...... .  Quebec    ..        4294       4306  6608  6601  12087  3938  3416  .2133  Adams,  KSffward     Adams,  Edward  .........._.-.���������.....���������.������������������...,  BjsaeUr_Us-Fld_ S.    SAalle-iteerger, P. H. ������....  S>_������U������Bb_a-ge_t-, M. H.  -^=���������  Gongtay* .<|e >?*.^_.~.":   Kootenay; ^ommzs, Mines. Ltd.   B.eh^OP,>J<||dl**-'A. ...--.....���������........���������.....  T.hoWPUftn,.;.������*:, JR.- ..j. ..   Jron. Monni^n, .Ltd.  _   Thomp&o^- IE*. IS".  .-.    * Rainy Day  ���������..���������    Rainy Day No. 2   ��������� Red Top Frac r.     Renfrew   ���������. .**.      Renfrew No. 1  1....:. .    Republic        Royal-Charier   .:.     Ross   Frac.   .. 2..    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"j    EiS---*"1  f*:JttlC-.uu������|  . hhAte&QCK &&RK SAUSAGE  1 . -*- v  ?A An economical dishhetf8yju> serve.  Shartiroc&HgrancS HAM, BACON attd LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  ���������(ioverninent graded. highf-Bt quality.   ;  iFSESH and CURED FISH  all varieties. " *  Choicest BEEF, PORK, MUTTON. VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  /increases egg production .and pioduceN hetter poultry.    Buy the best.  ons  _Co not Bet your Victory Bond Coupons renialn  a_lc s.day-affief/tSiey are due. . "Take them, to  any branch of this Bank to l^e cashed on ttli<-  exact day they become payalsler Yo*-* ca__  flepoolt your coupons In a Savings Account,  nnd your interest will .then earn more Internet compounded twice yearly*  IMPERIA-L   BANK  Kootenay ^Bonanza Mines,  Ltd:   Thorn Frac.  Kootenay .Bonanza- Mines, Ltd.      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Venus" _������ :.';....". -���������---���������t--  j ^-W *** ./  Kootenay Bonansa Mfnes,. Ltd  "White  Witch   :���������: _.:   Simons, Anna L __ .Nowell, J." A    White Clotid ....'...'. ~~  Rand,  A- tje.,-..IL   S,   Lennie,   B. ,C.                                                  ��������� -  Wragge    a ..*.  Woodstock  ��������� .-     4293  3595  2687  ~    4207  11.25  21.50  12.00  18-30  -56        13.76"  2.37  .60  2.04  -      " *. "Y"        7  Rand,   A.   E.,   R,   S.   Lennie.   B.   C.  Wragge . . ITaj-kee   Girl      Sfmoriii., Anna L. Jk Now.ell, J. A    Yellow  Jack  ........  Simons, Anna L. kb. Nowell, J. A -  Yellow Jack Frac.  \ .tt-i.  ._      ^06        10.00     . IJlO  .-    2689 8.00 .40  ...    2692      _    .25 .03  12-75  23.75  13.75  13.76  13.75  13.75  14.85  27.40  2619  19.78  41.44  23.72  28.17  40.39  27.40  19.79  25.40  21.88  30.39  34.85  25.40  30.96  25.56  14.28  18.S4  42.61  25.82  24.77  26.61  26.61  32.61  39.34  22.84  42.61  26.50  28.18  24.30  29.87  27.40  2425  21.36  17.42  22.63  42.61  38.17  27140  .*!_������*"  23^0  .25.40  ��������� -_-������-;_--.������:  27,42  42.05  26.62  26.09  4-.61  33.75  _A._e.  23.20  ���������ev.9t.  22.68  25.56  37i62  26.35  34.-9  24:85  22.15  14.03  TRAIL.   CREEK   MINING   DIVISION  Name of Owner  Name of Claim  Lot No. Taxes .Penalty Expenses Total  CLW. ALLAN,  OF ���������_A14A-3M-.  C2-IBSTON BRANCH,  a-r. 'jn,  'Manager.  ' ^^^^^^^^^4 ^MHI^^ *jS* '���������_'    '������������������0'  BONT risk lost by -enclosing caiSl  in yemr letters.   You wiU fbtidtW  Money Owierfl U-ued by this Bank a  SttS@  i_.***tff   'CCTn^^rfli*?1''^*''^ r"wsy, Om   TOflyBttO  your .out^-town nccounti.  ���������Om*'ti!m%mt c-B^li^s -bem wtdhowtdM-iyat _h������  ____________���������____  ___���������__________> ___k all_^___l_|nwwD_A^a ^ajMaMflMMMMMdMUS- l_7_M_M___S_l  '"WBIlWiw^r iir^Hl^fllJiri'nf ��������� ~JW^Tww tHW    1HT yaWWiK*W''Nn(Hf      *ai'*������*i  THE CANADIAN BANK  ^^^^^^ H_|y|y| ____HtaM   ^m^ttm. mm.. JH^^M^ Jb t^^l^M^^V^^^       _MMi<^Mri| "  %_^*������J_/     *%b-������^u^J-viJ_lrjL2]i.JC^'^^  Caiittai Paid lip j^20,OO0������OO  Reecfrve _*____! t20JCH>OjdQC3  -      CO. Bennett, Man-ager  ������mmimimmmm%mtiimmmmm.*Bwi*^ 'wmti**\%m#ittwka*tim  v Big Four Consolidated Mining 'Co.;:,...;  Kloman; J. & Vattebo, J. .......i......:.......-  Kioihan, J. & Vasiebo, Ji ......~:.'.......i...i.  SitnniOnB, V. Ci.^^l^L.bby;l^^     ..  .<-' ���������'.���������-' ,.'' -������������������7'';-*-1-.',-'''".''- ' .- 7 '''\y .'7' .'���������  Big Four. Consolidated .Mining Go. .���������  Big Four Consolidated Mining Co. ���������  JP rilXlHKXa^p   '���������!#   ,(ar*A ���������       *������t������*i*-l**������*iia-������aiii..y*������������������������t*B������*lt*k������������M������������  Abbott, J. L. 'Gi-ti���������.............;...���������n.........��������� *,....  E, Dempsey, Larjjey Xlstato Inc., ........  Rossland Kootenay Mining. Co.   XVOSt-a-f  4r*l3 ��������� "''X*_ ',   MM-MM-wiiW������������^****-IMI^'4������������������������!������������������������������������'���������*���������������������������Ja-������������������������*M^���������������*���������������������������  Rosolnnd KootonayyJMtnlqg -Co.^^ ............  Montreal Gold Fiords, Ltd., -b Cook,  ... 'Ji; ."It.   ,.......'...,'....���������:y.'...........................������...'.  Spitzee "MtttJu-g Co. .... .........................  "faylor,  G. JW. ;.......���������.....;.....���������..'.......���������  BlgFou-r Consolidated Mining Co. r...  Cook,   Walter  Blue,  Louia  ������+m*m*,*+mmffm wa-ww^i  ?"","  -> . ', .  Splttee. Mlnlne Co., Ltd,  - M.....������...������.W.tM....  Carton Branch  "��������� Jiji(_. IIJU *B LU������|    w������   iw.    ���������-*���������������*���������������������������������*������*���������*���������������? >>������^������������m������ii  B. 0.'Southern Mines, Ltd, .,  ��������� Laftcrty, G, A. ,���������..F.......,l....f.,^........,.,  Rossland Kootenay .MJ-.ln_ Co.  Gold ftlll Mining Co. ...   '".Beschamp-; J. S. (Eatate) ....   . Raauland Kootonay Mining Co.  I-Iackiioy, llo_to;*lI.  ��������� *"^.   :       -; ,:,   ;;/ ���������  Taylor,  G.  N. .���������  RosBland jlCboitohio'y Minimi Co.^ Ltd ^  Roaaland l-ootferiay Mlulwg Co., Ltd ..  Aetna ..... :....'.   Albion No. .2 ...............  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Jo Jo     **|t w  Kootenay   :.-  Kootenay  Frac   .;.    3752 6.00  ..712488 7.25:  :.- 12491 .1.00  ... .4331 > 20.60  Saow, A. J, -RaBSoll  Hackney, Rose M. ... .   Morning Star G. M. Co., Ltd., a Rnm-  melmoye, M. 'B      Little  Bess  Maud s, ....  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(Serial   Rights   Arrang-ed   Through  F.   D.   Goodchild,   Publishers,  1 Toronto); 1  (Continued)  Consciousness must have fled Seymour's mind for just a moment. With  its return, he realized that Karmack  was shouting excited orders 10 Kop-  lock, the interpreter. Haunted by  that last glimpse or Moira tumbling  forward- into the snow, the sergeant  tried to raise himself for another look  over the tragic stage. Only his brain  seemed awake; body muscles refused  to respond to its demand. He could  only lie there, staring into the dingy,  low-hung sky, and listen.  "Very bad affair this one, boss," he  heard. -.  .  The    voice    was Koplock's and the  I must mush on with my dogs," said  Karmack.       "Take   the   giriy back   to  Armistice on her "-sled*.--' Tell them���������  oh, make up any story you ��������� like; .you'll  do that anyhow. I'll be where they'll  never get me."  , "What >io with him?" Koplock asked, pointing towai'd Seymour.  "The cop���������let the wolves bury him."  Five minutes or so after Karmack's  "Mttsh���������-mush  on!"  had  signalled  his  continuatioa ot  flight,  Koplock again  was at the side of the sergeant, V  "Him very bad mans, that Facto?  Karmack," he Said as he began a vigorous massage of Seymour's limbs.  For a moment he worked vigorously  to restore circulation and the officer  was able to reward him by twitching  his. fingers. .  I "Big joke, this oh Karmack," went  , on the native, chuckling gutturally.  | "Where's the joke with Miss O'Mal-  i ley dead?" Seymour demanded, as the  j Eskimo turned him Over to knead his  ! spine. Koplock was too much engag-  : ed in his operations to reply readily,  ! then: "----.,'���������  | "The most big joke him is Miss  ��������� O'Malley she am not dead but just  ; some hurt like you."  Too long had Karmack been in the  North to meet ai:y such tenderfoot  fate. ". An old trek, that of "reporting  one's self dead by freezing. The thief  might have saved himself the expense  of hiring the "Indian to bring in tile  "death notice," for all it was believed.  , (To be continued)  , The effect upon, Seymour was mag-  ] ical. Power returned to his muscles  j as suddenly as it had departed from  them. Of his own will, he turned  over and sat tip in the snow. With)  the Eskimo's aid, he got to his feet. |  He glanced anxiously over the battle  scene, but could see nothing of the beloved figure. His eyes^put the question.  "Koplock   carry   ���������er   to   tent,"   answered the native.  "Good boy, Koplock!" ���������������������������- .~-~  Slowly, tor his legs were numb, and  with the native's grip to steady'him,  Seymour walked to the tent. There  the girl lay wrapped ina rabbit-skin  robe,    gazing    open-eyed at the roof,  oiigirr imply i  Cleared By.Cuticura  Youmay -rely oh Cw-.fc.ura Soap and  Ointment to careforyour skin, scalp,  hair and hands. Nothing better to  clear the skin of pimples, blotches,  redness or Toughness, tbe scalp of  daridruffand the hands of chapping.  Su-ylc S-cb Free by ���������foil. Address Canadian  Depot: "Oatls-ars, 1\������. Bss S616, Montreal."  Pri ____So������p 25c. Ointment 26 and 50c. Talcum 35c.  Try- our. new Sha-ma Stick.  conversational    tone,    which    carried j uP������n her flushed face an expression of  surprise, as if she did not understand  just what had befallen her.  "Thank heaven you're alive!" cried  the Mountie. staring down at her, his  eyes brimming, with tears_ of rejoicing.  "You���������you!" she murmured. "Where  is Mr. Karmack? ' She seemed afraid  and her wide eyes "accused him cruelly.  Seymour     sat     down    beside     her.  through the frosty stillness plainly, in  dicated   that  the   interpreter   and   the  factor stood together.  "The red-coat killed her firing at  me, you can see that and swear to it,  can't you?" Karmack demanded.  "But no, Meeslair Karmack," came  from the native. "She is hit from the  back. It was'ycur bullet that lay her  low. Koplock swear to nothing but  the trutn."  An imprecation sprang from the factor's lips, but scarcely registered with  the listening sergeant. He was too  filled with rejoicing that no involuntary shot of his had struck her down.  "Itdon't matter," he heai*4. Karmack {  grumble.      -"Go   have   a   look   at   the j  yuuCeiii3.il  broached oneof-die"'mysteries of the  eventful winter. .;  "Mind telling me, Moira, what  brought you on-this wild, unseasonable  dash into"the North?" he asked her. ������������������.  "It was fear, Sergeant Scarlet���������fear  for my brother." ^>  He was surprised".'..-.; "You mean that  you had a premonition that something  was going to happen to him?"  "Not that exactly," the girl amplified her first response. "There was a  motion picture I chanced to see In Ottawa. , It-was. ii,-dreadful thing called  'The Perils of the North' or something  like that. The young man in the picture, away from, all of his own kind���������  well,  you  know   what   might  happen  He became a���������a squaw man.  .ot  to thinking of Oliver. He had dashed off while I was on a visit in Mon-,  tr-eal and hadn't even said good-bye.  There was nothing rea'ly to keep me  "After nearly murdering you, Mister j in tjflie cities and I decided my place  Karmack-lias continued his- flight," he ' was With him.* That was why I came  said.      "You and I will thrash this out j and   not   in   timey she   broke   off  once and for all, Moira.      The wound j with a sob.  If   only   she ������ killed  Seymour heard the crunch of snow-  shoes; knew that the native was coming toward him. What should he do?  He was convinced that his wound-was  only a "crease"; hoped that the'muscular numbness would *>ass. To  feign death under the native's inspection was his first impulse. .  But to that plan, several objections  immediately presented themselves.  The mission-schooled Eskimo M**ould  be hard to deceive with no more convincing ev-idenct than a bullet graze.  Again, there was no telling how long  the paralysis that gripped him would  continue. No one could lay out In today's temperature for any length of  time without freezing.  He   recalled   that   Koplock   had   always shown a  dof?-like    devotion    to  him; undoubtedly was grateful for the  fees which Seymour had paid  for his  services as interpreter for the government.       Certainly     the     native     was  greatly    disHurbeu    by what, had just  happened.      To throw himself on  the  Eskimo's   mercy   held   some   risk   but  more  chance   of  uliimate  safety  than  attempting to play  'possum.  In the moment of the bronze man's  crossing, th*:- sergeant had argued this  our and come to a decision.  His eyes were closed when Koplock  s^ood over him and touched his body  with the tor- of his muckluck. The  native stooped for a -"-lose oxamina-  {_*>��������� of The \\k\'\ wound. Seymour's  ������.yf-s opened, his- lips moved ih a whisper.  "Stand by your king." he s-aid. "Toll  Karrnack   I'm   d*-?-!.   bin   don  with him."  Koplock asft'-ntf.-d wirh a wink anil  quickly straightened.  "Him pass'-d cut," Seymour heard  him '-all to hi; employer. "Onier  s.ho'.A  of: his ^shot in your back wiii have to  wait until I've cleared your mind of  certain appi-ehensions."  She   turned   from   him,   but   he   felt  hi aii i certain that she would listen.      First  he assured her of his great-liking for  her brother, a mutual regard, he believed.     Then he recounted every pertinent detail  of the brutal strangling  with the Ugiuk-line, not forgetting the  evidence of  the  two  too-well-curried  fox pelts.      Frahk'y, he set forth Karmack's jealous-motive in casting her  suspicions   upon   himself.       Her   own  misinterpretation of the scene she hat!  interrupted in the trade room was contended  with  a  convincing account of  the entire struggle, ending with Karmack's   attempt   to   shoot   him. ...   To  prove the factor's    real _ reason    for  flight, he,read her the warrant which,  th'e "scarlet special" had brought from  Ottawa.  "And to-day," he concluded, "while  trying again to kill me, he sliot you instead."  Slowly the girl turned her averted  gaae. With a glad throbbing ot  heart, he saw she was convinced.  "And I beli-ived���������a thief," she  mourned. "1 started for the provinces with him that I might the sooner  have the law on you. My heart told  me���������why, why didn't I listen���������that it  could not. be you. Oh, Sergeant  Scarlet, can you ever forgive me?" ->  "Forgiven already���������and forgotten,  all but Karmack's devilish part," he  assured her.  Now, for the first time, the girl noticed the gash across his scalp.    "But  you���������you're        wounded. How   who ?���������  ��������� Sergeant Seymour assured her that  her apprehensions of her brother becoming a sc_uaw man were absolutely-  unfounded; A cleaner specimen of  young Canadian, he declared, had never fared to the Arctic foreshore. But  he did not tell her, then, the real reason behind Oliver O'Malley's ill-starred venture. ."  CHAPTER.TSUI.   ,  sntreal Brormse  The scene, in the rotunda of Montreal's impressive Windsor Station  was as lively as it was metropolitan.  Trains arrived with their outpourings  of passengers, baggage laden, rejoicing at journey's ends in the Paris of  Canada. Immigrants, queerly dressed, stood about in huddled groups,  waiting to.be herded into the cars  that would' carry them to the wheat  lands of Saskatchewan or the green  forests of British Columbia. "Red  caps" bustled about with the expensive looking luggage of tourists bound  back to their own United' States with  fh\lr thirsts, for once, thoroughly  quenched sans any violation of law.  At one gate, to the train shed, ah  explosive . Frenchman bade a tearful  farewell to a brother ticketed for Win-  nipeg. At another, behind a brass  guard rail, a tall, upstanding citizen  waited with impatience the coming of.  the Ottawa express: His fur coat  was unbuttoned and an open-faced  suit of evening clothes showed beneath. In fact, even His "oldest  friends In the far North might, have  passed    him  Flowers Made From  Butterfiy Wings  Creations   of   Islington   Artist   Worth  Thousands of Dollars '  "Butterfly-blodm" pictures of .a kind  it would be difficult to equal iri excellence have been produced by an Islington watchmaker_aged 74. -,.-..  The ������artist  is  F.  Moore,' known   as  "The  Butterfly  King,"  and  his  creations are valued at many thousands of  dollars. . -  One "picture" represents a bouquet  of  dahlia-shaped  flowers, the  blooms  of which are    composed    of . minute  petals, cut from butterflies' wings.  Every., petal, the largest......of    which  is    little ��������� "more    than half an inch, in  length., has  been  cut  out  by   special"  stamps    made   .by    Mr.. Moore  from  watch springs. y  In order thaft the Various combinations should match or harmonize in  color, the petals of each bloom have  been cut fromy jdettt.icalipbrtipns of  'the. wing of some particular kind of  butterfiy.. .7:.  From the damask pinions of the  familiar Peacock butterfly, for instance, butterfly-blooms; of Indian-  red, varying shades of purple, and  even black and: yellow have been  fashioned.  Others of ..terra* cotta, blotched with  black and white, have been made from  the upper wings of Tortoise-shells.  v Beautiful -variegated "flowers" have  been formed from the black-dotted  scarlet borders of the underwii-fgs of  Red Admirals, the wings of male Brimstones supplying iiie ma. enai ior pure  yellow blooms.  . The spotted tips^ of the wings of  "Cabbage "Whiles" go to form some  of the blossoms, whilstmaahy wonderful patterns have been produced by  mixing wing-petals from various  species of butterflies.  In the centre of each is the protruding head of a butterfly with antennae  [intact.  ; A"-'.-.' .::-7y .:;;-     7'.' :"' 7^y  It took Mr. Moore six years to com-*  plete this particular picture."  .    "k"''   '  Mr.  Moore has  been  butterfly  collecting for over 60 years, and is still  actively pursuing the hobby.  after every meal :  Cle&s-ses mouil- and  teefb and a_<_s digestion.  Relieves -f_.&t overeaten -feeling and acid  ixtot_t__. ' ���������  Its S-a-s-.-I-n-g. Slavor  sattislles'Sl-e ciraving f o>e*  sweets.  Wr2flley"_i Is -donnle  -value In Qbe benellt and  pleasure If provides.  Sealed in iSe Parity  Package.  Discovered Treasure y  In Unusual Fom  Workman Finds Statues Apparently"of  Plaster Were Solid Lead  -Hidden'treasure In an unusual form  has been discovered in an old Georgian house m Holloway, which was recently sold for conversion into a garage. 7  in  the  garden  were  eight  statues,  apparently  of stone  or plaster, very  much in the way, and far from beautiful.      The purchaser of the property  recei-yed    an   offer    from a workman  engaged  on the  premises for one  of  them, representing a Cupid", ������and- said  he might have' it If-he took it away. ;  The   .man,    however,  found  it  too  heavy to move.     An   examination   of  the statues was undertaken,    and    it  revealed    the    fact    that   they    were  made of solid lead covered with several coats of paint.      Each    of   them  weighed . jnany ... tons.      With lead at  abojttt  s������ 33 a ton the owner received  ''mor'ev;than\'^������2,p(j'0!.;:;"for  the 3ot,   and  ������200 was-giveh. to the workman.  Many years ago the house was the  private  resid^rttoe 5 Of a builder. 7  Estimating World's Moral Progress  tlflLUIlUVil _NU_ls___H_"JW_  True   Opinion   Cannot   Be   Based   On  Observation Over Few Years  The statement that the world is getting worse is not a new-~pne.     Neither  did it originate with the present century.     The ancient Roman and Greek  philosophers bewailed the jazz age in  which they lived.     Savon.irola in the  fifteenth  century organized the .great*  Burning of the Vanities as a protest  against .the frivolities and wickedness  of the times.    In the seventeenth c.en-  tury eminent English divines fulminated   against  the    licentiousness    of  court life undei the Merrle Monarch.  In order to'make a fair estimate of  bv Vithout recognizTng' the world's moral progress it is neces  'Nothing is more common in childhood than indigestion. ""^Nothing is  more dangerous to proper growth,  more weakening to the constitution or  more likely to pave the way to dangerous disease. . Fully nine-tenths of all  the minor ills of childhood have their  root in indigestion. There Is no medicine for little ones to equal Baby's  Own Tablets in relieving this trouble.  They have proved of benefit In thousands of homes. ^Concerning thein  Mrs. Jfos. Lunette, Immaculate Conception, Que., writes: "My baby was a  great'sufferer-'from, indigestion, but  the Tablets soon set her right, and  now I would not be without them.'"  Baby's Own Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by "mall at 25 cents a  box from The Dy. Williams" Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  "It's just a scratch," said he cheerfully.       "Knocked' nte  out  for  a  bit,  you   know,   but  all-right  now.      The  go   on Uiow and who don't matter.      Suppose  "���������we see how slight jy you're hurt?"  Koplock stood in the tent door with  a pan of boiling water, heated at Seymour's orders. The sergeant took  this from him and sent him to bring  in I.he police loam. Then, with deft  finger--, he set about an examination  proved    1o    he a shoulder  "Sot.   ho   b.*������d."   -far-it-   th*-*   unlft-liug  iv-sprm*-*'   fi(-n-    the    fsictur.        "Thai's J of     what  -**-|';'   Ii'-   j.'"-'-'   for   '-'"..'in-'  into   r������*y  af- ' Tvnund.  f;i "���������-,.      Co in a-*  h'r**,  .-.on." j      To his great re'Ier, he found that lhe  Thf s-'-rgf-iint ijcarrl Hu- n*nivr- -.iio-.- ; bullet had gene entirely through, leav-  In-* buck anil then <-*ijik* th*-1 calloused i j  insl fin-lions of n  hfiiil-pr'-Hsr-il  fuglfivf j w1  who could  not. al'fnnl  to  lose  his  head  In Mich nn '���������m*-rfc*-n'".v.  Staff Sergeant Russell    Seymour,    on  special detail-  The hunt for Harry Karmack, embezzler of the funds of the Arctic  Trading Company, Ltd., of course, .had  not been given up. Tnls,"was Seymour's "sj-eelal"���������and would be; until  the fugitive was apprehended, as Is the  way 0C the Royal Mounted. Even a  report brought lo Fort McMurray hy a  wandering Chipewynn that the factor's  body had been found frozen nt the  foot of Ptarmigan Bluffs had not halted  the search an hour. The Indian's  story was too "pal"; the 4ast lost-iri-  bHz-drd   note   signed  "Karmack"   too  sary to have a long historical perspective. Just as statisticians are not  justified in regarding" a temporary  fluctuation in crrp production as a.  sign of permanent agricultural decline,  so the moralist is not Justified in basing his opinion on observation over "a  limited number of years.���������Winnipeg  Tribune.  wwkjm ii.1 *mm������ < -wi jiwifwii*  Quickly  C������3*MstIpati������n  Don'tl-stconsi-rp-jtion poisen your blood  rin*i -i'lr'-**.!1. vir -"n.-r'/y,       -������..,  II your liver and 'bowela^jji^,  aan'tmT]iP'"v'TMmER'S  ���������TTTB--S  IV BE  ng a chan bore through the muscles,   Okviou& a plant.  ���������-1th no n->erl for probing.      The girl'*. J ,  A   \y\iv,zari\    the.re  coma, so likn death un to deceive tho  uS?  e r Iv   take  CARTI*ft\S  Mltla    I,������v*-r  I'lil.-f   today  and    your  trouble  will  cca.se.   For (U'j,-*h-ift*a, lack ol appetite,  headeche   and   t.i-'-tehy alein   nothing  iT'.n fr*"*** '"'irrr,     j'"t"'*^1* *^f<",*nhl.-  Bm-MPiii ��������� Small .Don---Small l-jric*  excltf'd factor, evid'-nUy had bo-"n from  shock. Applying a llrst-nid dressing,  hr- bund I Fid lhe injured f-houHlor  -iKjilnsi thf f.old.  Koplock, with fingers non������*- loo gt-ii-  tV-. look*-*, afu-r Sc-ymour's own Injur-;  nnd band-if.**'! It with inaterlnl from  fh������- pollc i-iniTKcncy kit. Then (hoy  r.;'t|ic.������"-i l)iu:--h f*. orri tho tlilclii't nnd  bmi11  a rou.-'Ing fir-- hHforc 1hr> lenl,  Thai they would rnakn no fdt^mpl to  iiha<- itai day w.-ih s^ynifiiii''^ flrHt cle-  <-(siorj.      The girl, he roll., nfidrx-tl r������-������t  a.r������c-i- the -.'hoeic of Iwr .wounding more  ���������li.-in   linmr-diate   siienilon     front     (unr*  i  '.������-Mi)   i-imr" <-nr(������l-fi I *<������ fii-rl'-n -'a-- llian he  | )-i(f������-Hf.sK������.'d.       VVheiii.-j- io tal-.u hr:i- buck  j in   .Vi ini-riV'- or ;���������( ro:-w country In Woll  i l.uUo    rer|iilrei|     more    noni'ldi'i'iillon,  j Th*--  fact.  thai,  ihej'i'  wits a iljlH'.l(������ll.'iiy  Kiir-.con at the l._J-������-< who had inoi-e HkllJ  , than f.ul<e M'.i I'dw finally (h'llihd lilin,  M'H'i."i.i". liv '*'-ln.' I'i 11������<" t radlnir (iriKt,  In-   vviiiild   h'.-  ffiiicli   ii<jti-������-i*  tlio  frngcii  lihcii\*-.t.'   r.i' the   MiK-lti-ii/li- ovev   which  hi.-:     nurHult     of     Kami'id'   runrt. run-  had been, to he  sure, a HU-mwinder. Just In time to  escape the white scourge howling  South, ' Soy incur had mushed into  Wollc Crook Station wlih his precious  Invalid. But he could not believe  that the Armistice ractor hnd permitted hlmsolf io h<- onMglil. In the storm.  Dinner Wagon Washeei Dishes  Mrs. Mary Bolton, am English woman, has invented a dinner * wagon  which automatically waishes the diBhes  while they are being wheeled into the  kitchen.  Mrs. Bolton Is the daughter oC aii  Inventor, and the great-niece or Sir  Humphry Davy, who originated the  Davy safety lamp used In mines.  Thoughtful Of Her  A woman went to buy some cigars  for her husband, who was laid up.  "Do you want them mild or strong,  madam?"^ asked the  tobacconist.  "Give me the strongest you have."  she said. ��������� "The last ones"- he had  broke In his'pocket.**  Might Be Tempted Anyway  "Pauline.���������While you. are speaking to  papa I'll go and play something lively  on the piano.  .  Paul.���������-I'd rather you didn't. You  know son-sp people can't keep theli  feet still when they hear lively  music. ,   '":" '''-..'..  ONTARIO     COLLEGE     OF     ART  GRANGE   PARK   -   -   T_HOJ"TO  Di'jiwlnc, Palntlnp, -Mo-olHng. Dcf-Ibh,  Diploma    &   ���������Tcachora*     Courso-,  Commercial & Applied Art  <S.   A.   BEID,   R.C.A.,   Prlnclp.il     .  KKSSION   192*-25   OPKNS   OCT.   6th  Pro-poctuB on Application  n.   i;.   jr>do  I  ���������. .i i, i ���������,  In i Iff- a ft ci noon, -im they loiriif-'-il In  I!,.- i< f."   -,-,'I:Ii Ax- ;."nl:i! v.-m-*..:*)-! (-!" th"-  hru.-h Hr-' [������ ������������������' i'i  :u:  iiii'iii ilii-i.t.  :-i i  ' i.i<j*ir  .YDAOC  HAP'i  6t&Ql������**T*-i*ta-0  f3 THE   REVIEW,    CRESTON,   B.    0.
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WORLD HAPPENINGS
League of Nations Committee Draws
.Up Outline of New Scheme
In view of the general repudiation
of the draft pact for mutual assistance,
the . disarmament, section of the League of Nations has drawn up. an outline of a new tentative project, which
provides that any member of the,X-ear~
gue may call the attention of the
Council to the existence of danger of
war. , in some*, designated region,
whereupon the Council will meet for
an immediate investigation..
If the Council finds that danger
actually exists, it will invite the affected countries .to withdraw their
armies 50 or 100 miles from the frontier, to- order the stoppage of all aviation, to cease all war preparations, and
mutually to agrae to submit the question in dispute to the World Court of
Justice or .some arbitration, tribunal.
Any nation refusing to submit such
dispute will be regarded as an aggressor nation and the other world powers
, signing the pact yg-iil be prepared to
mobilize against the offender.
Disarmament and security "will be
the two great subjects* of debate in
the "forthcoming assembly.
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Major Jlobert Edward Tucker, for 40
years a member of the ^Northwest
Mounted, Calgary, Edmonton and
Maple Creole,, died at-""Victoria at the
age,of H9.- ��� y .
A flight from Brest to New Ydrk in
less than 20 hours is being planned at
Paris.--- It will- oe undertaken -next
May. The trial will be1'made in the
typo oC plane used by Lieut. Pelletier
D'Oisy, hero of the Paris-TOkio flight.
In. the presence of -President Cos-
grave, and a large body of troops, General Duffy unveiled- a Celtic Cross
which had J, cen erected at the foot ot
the hili .where"'Michael Collins was
shot and killed in 1922.
Joseph TJyk, a Winnipeg barrister,
has been commissioned by the. Federal Government to visit Poland to in-
vestigate' the possibility of bringing to
Western Canada for settlement, Polish families with some means.    ���  ���''. .
A bomb exploded in the courtyard
of an apartment house in the Hue
Marcadel, Paris, France, .injuring- one
woman whose 'face was cut by broker.'
glass, and causing considerable damage to the building.
In order that the ..total attendance
during the remaining period shall
reach one million persons weekly, the
Wembley "exhibition authorities have
decided to roduca the admission fee to
a shilling, bcginniug^September 1.
..'���"Last yeat $2,170,170 oE outstanding foreign debts due to Canada was
collected through our'office in "London,
, and this year w. hope to collect more
than $'1,000,000," said Hon. P. C. Lett-*
kin, Canadla*. High Commissioner to
Great Britain,     y,
The" first car., of 1924 \icheat to be
shipped was moved-Aug. 25 -ft*om Al-
tona, consigned, to Keewatln, Ont. It
was  a  first-dads ' sample    of    Ruby
- wheat; weighing 64 pounds "to the
bushel and grading No. 1 Northern.
French trawlers have been prose1-
ctttod .and fined at Newport, County
Ma yo,-;, Ireland, for fishing .within tlie
throe-mile limit The trespassing
boats wore compelled to pay $50.
Choked <or Air. Some little irritant becomes lodged in. the bronchial
tubes, others gather, and the awful
choking of asthma results. Nothing
offers quite iuch quick and positive relief as Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma
Remedy. The healing, soothing smoke
or vapor "penetrates, clears the passages and gives -untold relief. It has
behind it" years of success. . It is the
sure remedy for every sufferer.
Will Study Swamp Fever
New Research  Laboratory Opened By
U'ri-iyersity of Saskatchewan
A    new    research laboratory which,
will be devoted primarily to the study
of swamp fever, but which will study.
all   the   principal   diseases   to   which
domestic animals.are subject, has>Just
been opened by the University of Saskatchewan,   with    S-*ymour   Had wen,
D.V.Sc., in. charge.   President   W. ';*_'.
Murray has anonunced. ^_
. The new building is a large one, with
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the
of   the   Ordest   of   Beauty
Health   Prescriptions
. The apple holds first place as fruit
food with, the Canadian people.      The
.size, the   chemical  qualities  and  the
low cost all recommend    the    apple.
Those best  informed   agree  that the
-apple is a -very .beneficial food to eat,
in:.tha.t it tends to promote.a very vigorous   digestion. ,    It   is   well   to   remember,    however,     that    an    apple
should- never be" eaten  either in the
unripe-or the over-ripe condition. The
green apple is. well-known for Its power ?to upset the digestive system^     It
is always well" to" peel the apple before eating, or at least to wash it well.
In this connection the consumer of?
tlie apple will find it of great advantage to-purchase by the original package, as this insures the variety, grade
and quantity a& stamped on the package; acquaints you with the district
Where the fruit was grown and is desirable from the sanitary viewpoint a��
it places the fruit in. your hands free
from- contamination, and exposure
fromrehandling. In addition to that
there is a saving in cost to the consumer a*? compared with buying ' In
broken packages.
The western box package fs preferable to the barrel, as it contains one-
third the quantity, thus avoiding loss
by deterioration before the fruit is
consumed and also the necessity ot
frequent picking over. It is graded
and packed under close inspection, the
highest grades being csfre fully tissued
to prevent bruising and when unwrapped will usually he found as perfect as
when picked from the tree. Beginning this season a system of inspection, of all B.C. fruit by federal officials will be put into operation, this insuring more fully" the quality to the
consumers. Storage of apples should
be where the atmosphere is dry, cool
and subject- to as little variation, in
temperatureyas '-'possible.
It is .believed 'this combination OT
B.C. skilled packing on the one hand
ana federal 'iaspeetioa 'on the other,
will be as a guarantee that the. fruit
will measure up to the stamps ori the
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Delicious and ReixesMng
The Cctca��Co___ jCcn-eps-r-y of Canada, Lid-
ficad Offices Toronto
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power house at the University. Swamp
fever has exacted a heavy toll from
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farmers of the three prairie provinces
ever since. the first settlers began to
bring in horses from the east,-and the
"outbreak this "^esr is-unusual*.*" severe,
the university and the province sustaining a he"a\y loss in the death ot
Bonnie Jean, the young . Clydesdale
mare which - won the intern a tion al
championship at Chicago last year, as
well as the Canadian, championship at
Toronto. Many farmers In Central
and Northern Saskatchewan, especially in the Saskatoon district, are losing
many horses.trom this mysteiious-dis-
ease which has puzzled the scientists
of North America, Europe, Japan and
South. Africa.
��� \-xj-. x  ;-\   '. ������ ��� - "-      "���-������'.-
London Bridge  Is  Falling Down
Repairs  Are   Necessary to   Save  Old
.. y;.7Structure From  Des-truetion
The familiar rhyme, "London Bridge
Russia Has Wheat Surplus
Moscow  Governrneni Will  .Not   Place
*        Embargo On Escport
^ The Government has decided not" to
is Falling''."Down," loses its blithe nafe
An A uncooked   ripe" apple, eaten, eut
night before retiring (a glass of water j _ ......... ..,._.
to follow)  Is one of    the    oldest    of I cient  structure,Is   bordering   on   the 1 amount for sendl-g abroad.
: on the ea'r,s! of London's officials,-, who Jjyeaa-'s economic programme.      It has
have received warnings- that - the anTpfixea1 75,000,000 poods as the possible
<A pood.
If one be troubled with corns, he
will find In Holloway's Corn Remover
an application that will entirely relieve suffering.
beauty and health prescriptions, keeping the digestive tr&ret" * dear- ..and
thereby ^riving clearness*- of eom.-
plexion. Dr. Barnard, former Chairman, of Food Division, of the American Chemical Society, says, "An apple
eaten --in the evening will mechanically clean the -teeth and protect them
from the bacterial ravages during the
night when the most datnage^is done."
Beachy Head is one of the Highest of
the English cliffs. Its summit is 564ft.
above the sea. The Welsh coast has
several cliffs higher than Beacby
Head. Holyhetd is 719ft. and Great
Orme's Heau 678ft. St. Catherine's
Cliff, Isle of Wight, beats all tlifese. It
is 830ft. high!
Sask. -Govt. Controls Lignite Plant
Manitoba and tne Federal Government, .It is announced, have signed
over fill Interest in the lignite bri-
quuttiug plant at Bienfait to tho Saskatchewan Govci-nment. The agreement Is conditional upon the equipment being sold tb a private company
. within a stipulated space of time. It
Is umlferstood that the Saskatchewan
Government has already started sale
negotiations with western capitalists.
Saskatchewan's Butter ^Production
Over Two Million Pounds Produced In
-A Single Month
P. E. Reed, Dairy Commissioner for
Saskatchewan, reports that the total
amount of creamery butter manufactured in July, 1924, was 2,284,60$
pounds, the first time irji tho history of
Saskatchewan that It has,been possible to record au output of over two
million pounds iu a single month. This
total is 389,925 Sounds in excess of the
output during July, 1923, and In the
period January to July, 1924, 1,075,999
more pounds of butter were manufactured by the creameries than in the
same period in 1923. Mr. .Reed also
reports that nearly 93 per gent, of the
total creamery butter manufactured
has been graded, and between June 30
ana tho end oC Jttly an average of
nearly half a million pounds of Butter
per .week haa been graded.
Protect the child from the ravages
of worms by using Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator, It is a standard
remedy, and years of use have enhanced Its reputation. .    -
a i ���a^aanii-inw  ���Ml
.'Oldest Relics Yet -'Found
New discoveries in Egypt in the next
few years may put King Tutankhamen
in the shade. Relics of Egypt's
stone age���flint weapons,*- household
pottery and" ornaments���are being
revealed as a result of "new and deeper ..excavations, Thoy are of a pattern that dates them as older-than any
yet* found in Europe.
conditions described in Mother Goose. 1 isyS6.113 pounds.).      This decision, was
River    workers    report* that one of j made after a report by Premier i5y-
the piers has    dropped    foaa*' Inches I koil. who said the    tots,!    harvest   in
under the stress c.^trafHc'thrown on
the structure when Waterloo Bridge,
another ' of "London's ""eight arteries
spanning the Thames, became Incapacitated for heavy vehicles'.-   ���
Tes,tsr. are shortly to be made to ascertain the' repairs necessary fo save
London Bridge, which dates from 1831.
1 Russia, including reserves,   left   over
from last year,   will    be   2,700,000,000
poods.      After satisfying the needs *ot -
the population, 100,000.000  poods will
remain-   for"   export,    but    shipment s,, '
from    this ���  amount will be permitted.
only when It    has    bern "ascertained s*
that the requirements in the famine
affected  districts have been  satisfied
and   there   Ss    a sufficient surplus fep
combat   high   prices   in   the "Russian
markets-;:       ���������������    ������" ���'*��� -----*"-'*'"-.'- *"-;���-������'-���"���-���-������ ���*.;;--'��� -i-.--
T'he    Governnient..- proposes to in- 7
"crease the wheats area iTou^-t*}*>" fa^B,e   .
districts next year.-*'    It.also'-'Iffl'tei-ds-toi.
IB^vf'Prl'tf:t"S>__^
\
1 ��� f
W.
H.     U.
iU��<l
Aluminum Church Sellor.
The village of Alirant, near Cologne,
boasts of tho first church bells made
of an alloy of aluminum and copper.
Their -weight being only one-third oC
tho traditional bron-se bells, the
superstructures oC the steeple- may
be built more lightly anrf*Iiiexponalvo-
ly- Fjii'theruioro, tltero la no danger
of the bursting or ru-tlng of hella
made of alumlnv.m.
ARE TROUBLED WITH
Summer Complaints
GIVE  TNEIM
When dry, Bean-ced la richer thian
oatmeal or Indian corm In x.Uvoii<.mou.B
constituents.
Canadians Selling ���ooas
Produce Exhibited at Wembley Opens
Up Good Market.      ;, 7
It is learned that a Canadian dry
milk? dealer" at the Empire "--ExhiBitioh
at Wembley sold his output for the* %pettd"*3">.000.000 on.-relief, of whtcK
next five years to a British-firm. The $10,000.01)0 will he raised by special
output "is valued at $800,000.      -��� taxation on the wealthier classes.
Canadian cheese found a splendid
market! throughout the; exhibition.
Eight thousand pounds-of cheese was
bought' weekly by the caterers at
Wembley, who also introduced It at
all their London cafes.
The panadian fruit display brought
orders for moro than a million boxes
of assorted kinds. ..-��� Eighty per cent.
of the Canadian exhibitors are delighted that they came to Wembley.
Winter  Work In  B.C.
Government  is  Plannlnig  Completion
.   Of TnahB-Provinclal Hlflhway
WiLh a view to making a start on
A Prime Dressing for Wounds.���^In
some factories and workshops carbolic
acid is kept for use In cauterizing
wounds and cuts sustained by fjfe
workmen. Far bettor to keep'on hand
a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
It is just as quick in action and does
not scar the skin or burn the- flesh.
For Corivn anr"   JJnrtK-
mt-nt *
.Minar-*""ini l..lr��l-
And you will ho affrooably AurprlnocL
to find out how qulcldjr thoy vrtll ho-
ouiiio 4-tilLevod cf their trouble-.
Thlii" propiumtlon  had  ba��n   on  thft
marlcot for tha paat SO yearn.
Put up only by Tlwv T. Milbttrh Co.,,
Limited. TovKiuto, Ont.
YOU'VE TRIED  THE   *=tEST
NOW   EBtlV  THIS  BEST
Spots May Be Oceans On Mars
���   Dark spots on Mars, wiilch are believed to mark the presence of oceans
on that planet, have been ob-ser.ved by
Prof. Graff, Director of the  Bogodort
Observatory.      The -spot's never have'
been seen before and became apparent-
as the planet moved toward  .he earth
j for its closest visit in 200 years.    Prof,
the completion of the trans provincial |Graff has announced his discovery,
highway thia fall, should unemployed " ���   . _____..,_...'.
conditlohci In British Columbia war-'
rant such a stop, Hon. W. 5". Sutherland/Minister''of'Public Works, announced that tenders for the work will
bo called Immedlnto'iy. Tho cost.is
placed roughly at $.1,250,000.
The h-Eshwixy will follow the Fi.-J.xcr
Canyon routo, and will give a motor
artery from Vancouver to Calgary by
way oC Cranbroo'c and Fernie.
,', ,  itii
'        * ~"~ ' In <iv��ry lawn in Werner��� Curvacia,    l_s>ok
A curious flph, which does not be- i ��** >11m'
long" \o any known  species, was  re- ��� ' MONEY 6RDERS
contly CfUlBht Off Iceland.      Three feet k     ;Domin&on Kxi^ss Money Order*. ar�� on
longa Lt La jut "black 3a color, the wiWlc. na-lo  tu !flv��.  iUuui,-s._ -���s.c-.-_   ru-w.^Lou"
' -Ciunada.
d?
akin bqlng covered with srltliu .spines.'-���.
Every'day In tha. year. Lwo peopl
who leave their ho men In London to
go to huslnoy.s Call to return. They
aro killed by str_et accideats.
ol
MlrearcJ'a    Lln'-ment
Oruuneo
for   Sprains   and
TW1E   MlltM   IRNKMOM   ll-MEDV,
THERAPION Wo 1
THE-RiArPlON Mo,Ht
-^���uJiirr io ik oiiC%l-l lUn -t_-
1    M   �� a_aaa aJ �� _>"-aai a��      H.!%l_ a* ��_    - ��- In. tlutr
Mo. 1 fat- BI-4--I"- Ca-tArrh. 7ll-a, _ fan plMd *
fSkln D1m��.mi. ifia. .n-lor _.tiroalcW.��i-_krt����*.a��.
. tvf��t.ti.��v i.x��mNJCiiau>ir��.raif'i in a.hci.aM��,Sa,
B3MX>Cl-KRCM��J, C. ltk����riitMlr l"<*."N ,n\"4>, l.nrJiom
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m)i iir'-aTtlLu** UCrtttl.-': NKW Vi��K U CI Uk. ' .1 BUBSwawiuiiiMW mimmmsmemmmmmmmsBSBm  =52SS3HKKS3S23SH=S_  1,  TH������  CRESTOSf  B-STHSW  Local and Personal  "Onions Fob. Sale���������$4- a sack.   Fred  Lewis, Creston.  Citizens -generally are reminded that  to-niichrie haliowe'en.  Alex. Litigate was a weekend visitor  with friends in Nelson.  BiBTH���������On October 24th. tu Mr. and  Mrs. Prank Staples, a  son. .  For    R_KT���������Five-room    bungalow,  nicely lowated.    F. H. Jackson.  B. Lamont is a. business   visitor   in  "Nelson this Week* leaving on Tuesday. J.  For SAX.K���������Draft and saddle horses.  well broke. Dowd Canri-tday, Cs-eston.  Piano For Sale���������Mason & Riscb,  only used four months. Mi*s. d'Felaise,  Greaton. : -'  Piano For Sale���������Only been used  six months.    Apply B. W. Ryckman.  ������,.rS5tiC3������  H. W. McI>o_ald left'on Monday  on a business visit tn Pincher Creek.  Alberta.  E. C. Gibbs was a Cranbrook visitwr  the fore part of the week, returning  on Tuesday.  Mrs. ������_ffj$e of Cranbrook is a Ci-es-.  ton v issues, t'teis week, with hes* ft.'ofhes'  Mr8._tye_._Ban.  - Jimmy Xockhead was a visitor with  Spokane friends a few days the fore  part of thai week.  Hay For Saxjs���������Five tons alfalfa,  in prime shape, will deliver if desired.  A. Weeling-, Canyon.  FOR Sa_B���������-Enptrial truck wagon,  in good shape, price right. McKay  Blacksmith shop, Creston.  Mr. ana Mrs. L������oucks of Cranbrook  were Creston visitors this week, guests  of Mr. and Mrs. Rose.  R. Q. I*, Clarke nf Vancouver, B.C*  chief fruit inspector, was   here   on an  I official visit on Tuesday.  uxi-a.   Jlv���������5>e  iu6wi5, teachd- of  piiSTiO  forte, Ruyai Academy off Music, London, Lament BldR.., Creston.  Cows For Saxe���������Some have. just  freshened and balance will freshen in a-  few days.    D. Learmonth,  Creston.  The    Cornmercial     Hotel   is   again  occupied. Mrs. Bolton moving hack to  | the old tatand at the end of tbe week.  Miss Lillinn Ghert-ington returned  on Sunday from a two months* visit  with friends at Burnaby and Vancouver.  R. S3. Staples was a business visitor  at Spokane over the weekend, making  the trip by motor and returning  Tuesday*  Miss Helen Derbyshire arrived in  Creston ������n Tuesday frous. England  and is a guest of Mr. and Mi-s.-,W. T.  Si ml ster.  For sale OR E__chanob���������Purebred  registered boaa-, - Yorkshire, from  Manitoba Agricultural College. 6.  Da vie, Cs-nyon.  Mrs. Lyne is at Victoria this week  for a meeting of'the advisory bojird of  the B.C. Women's Institutes, on which  she is the Kootenay-Boundary repre-  sentHtive.  C.P.R.   Stmt.   Flett   of   Cranhrook  was *_ business vls'tssr   bb  Crsston   lithe end 6fTtty������:.4we*f;k.~ his private "ear  being piC^e^-b*i������ f������^r. the return trip o^  S*itur_ay_-i -**"    ,"-'"  Preroiefi- Sing, who went east oo  Monday, took the_air at Creaton and  madpu the Kcqimihtans-e of quite a  number of Creston* citizens who were  at the station that day.  Rev. B. _W. Mael&ty of Crahbrook  will have charge of- the services, in the  Presbyterian church Sunday mornioj|  and evening! a-_*fev.~J. A. James ex*������  <*hangin& pulpits with him.  .Since Monday the Valley Jiad been  favored with quite a spell of. rainy  weather which has produced an ample  -upply of moisture tn take the orchards  into winter tho finest shape ever.  The Covered "Wagon, which it" show  ing to capacity houses an   Nelson this  week,'is hooked for the Grand for two  nights, Noy. 28 astd 2������.   It if? the year's  biggest triumph in "moving pictures.  Jay, the rfght-year old son of Mr.  and Mi's. James Bliss, < was taken - to  Cranbrook on Friday last for medical  attention, the lad having received an  Snjus-y to his head when he fell off the  wagon when a team ran away at tbe  ������_*-,cBa_.iatios*t    Farm    that    morning.   s__d to -which Creston . was Attached.  Th^-d-MBjag^, was   not  as   serious   as ] has  been done away' with,   and   the  .^^'lIM*"^ ft!*<* *** was1 able to return 1 local ofiBcer is Again  under "the juris-  hc*������e_e^est day,                   "                    . ���������| diction of kelson.  ���������������;> . ���������__ ' ]    - - _____-.  Provincial police H. McLaren was a  motor visitor to Cranbrook on Monday, in company with I nap. Dun-  woody of Nelson. The provincial  police central that hs_- been in  existence witb Cranbrook.as_the head,  CHRIST CHURCH  SUNDAY, NOV. 2  HARVEST FESTSVJI  8,00 a.m.-^-Holy Communion.  11.JO0 &iv&.^MaLt$ns.Z  r  ;^The trust t-s-s is csllin? for teh������.!*������rs o������5"*-  a supply of 40 cords of iir und tamarac  fij-ewoiid for the school, tenders  to be  in by the. 10th.  Mrs. Hamilton .Announces that-commencing next week the public libiyiry  will again be open Tuesday afternoons  as"well as Saturdays.  OpCKEREEi* FOR Sale;���������About thirty  Purebred Barred Rock cockerels from  splendid laying strain, $3 apiece. G.  Cartwright-, EHjokson.  For Sax_fi or Rent���������Four 1 noui  house and two lots, on Barton Avenue,"  or will rent to satisfactory "tenant.  Mrs. d'Pehiise, Creston.  H'OD-B For Sale���������Six room house  with cement basement, with live lots,  situi-teaf on Park Road, va ill s-ell right.  Mm, Oannwday, Creston.  Selling    seven    teams,   farru-raispd  Percheron horses, two   to   six   years.  reys   and    Sj5ack=*,    so-sa.e   bs-arke.   P.  " array* Strouie, Alberta.  Ail interested are requested tn be  nut to-night for the as)nual meeting of  the fair fair, which will lie held- in  Speee-j.- Ua.ll. "at 8 o'clock.' The 1824  . ?4iH "*_ss������ "Snas-ess": ^ta_ement. win be  I presented and tho 1925 directors  elected.     ^ ~'-~ -  -*.  ..Alf.' Nelson of Creston V 0ley.!"*���������*���������������  duce"Company, left on Sunday on a  visifciio Indian Head, Sask., and other  -irairie points. He hi*** a couple of  niqre^-ai-s of apples to ship hefi*re  closing up his ofBce.in- town foi* the  season. *       ** >   *  _  Our shipment of fall books is. here.  AH,the  latest eopyrights^ by Ethel Ms. -DeMp Gfos^s  Barr MeCutcheon, Hendry, and others.    Price $������., -  Popular Reprint Editsonsa Si,  Have us save you a copy of Chums, Or Boys' Own  AnnaaL S3.TS per copy.    Sispply is EmtegLZ -_  ���������   *" & ~    -  Headers, be sure to give, this assortment  of books tlie osse ovtn*.  HHII  "A&tok MB. J"HBB8|" fi B Mk "**_j@"  iHL-UMlffM?,  ������hrwggm������s;& Stationers  i__e.^a.  Nelson As5es5_������_es_t District���������rCSihtinued from Fas  -.f-."5'  7  -*���������.  *uy  fVC  *.t_  _m _,  ii&iui. ui -t^a-u������  KSakmaaa nt' f!li������_gl-L   r~r   *Lo������ No.  Taxes    Penalty   Rxnensee   Total  W^Naa-a-^-Bngli&h laily  reqiiii*es room and   board  houbi<>.    St-tfe tern������s   nnd   narticul_r**.  Write ESo-c 27, Review Office.  with    baby  in   private  Friday,7 November   14th,   an  !-ate.    "and "''watch   for   further  Gifts for d^orating?ehould   be iii , .  the^urohbyiM^ .    ....   .���������_ .       ,   _    ...   ,.  ���������'.'    y-_ ;���������:       'v^,:.?'-*:^.;:-- /':_y ; particulars of  the WOinen s Institute  -_���������'_,i.-L:���������:____ *-_.__���������'__-:'._-LiL���������.-__ iwhfet.'_rive Uv beheld -hat evening.  TEWDERS FO". WfOpB .,���������.   .  ������   ".:'Z"~       Z'" ���������'" ".������".,- .   7,   .     J     Send private greeting- cards to your  t������TittS^m!^XSm^^':fff������������ ������������.������*���������!������, ���������-'������-  Mot* cfiay, November lOtb*'for^a wupply eh������*rsh-i������ton, jr.. agent for the Star  of IB coi-ds of cut green 4-foot firj.na an-l-Al t wei-ies. Beattie-OatwHy, Ltd.  tamarac;   15 coi_b of dry 4-foot fir and j; - -  tampia*ae, and 10 cords of 2 foot dry fir! y -Floorers artistically arranged for  and tamarac. To be delivered at the any ornasion at ^moderate prices,  school'-Rr������iin_l8 by January l'st-, 1025. ' Phone -S. *A. Spees-a.-'agent fiu* Fraehe  For Siirther particulars 'apply S. A. iBrn������u,-Korist8, Lethbridge, Alta., and  SPEllSRS. Secretary, Creston. -Grand Forks, B.C.  Williamson,   T.   H.;   Wheeler,   O,,   <%  .   McDaniel, D��������� Bstey, Fred A.  ._"  -'��������� *"  Rossland Kootenay^ Mlnlag Co., Ltd ..  Rossland Kootenav Minine Co.. Ltd.  Mountain "'Chief '....'.    2393  ������f$* .              ���������      Ir *.          *     -  Nickel Plate,  1  -. 537  **������*-  ��������� ������������������savBM������B>B*������a***afc������Bk������KB������*B**a^BaB������a-BB, "W*aT "B a.  BruQ-sklli; John T.   Bennett, C. "EC. -;_..-���������_.....;���������.  "55-  Grain prices have fallen slightly.    We are expecting a  Mixed Car of Wheat* Oats aind  Barley direct from the grower  This will be a good chance to buy a winter1*, supply at reasonable, prices.    Leave your order and lake delivery Iron, the car.  A few boles of Blue Joint left, at St per bale  Purity Floor.   Rolled Oats,   Salt,   Sagar;   Oyster Shell  CHAS. MURRELL  San. JoaQua_f,,:t"t7 ������������. Co.; Ltd. ;   BrigKs,* John W-fit-i  ..... .....  Spitzee Mining--C^..; Ltd. '��������� :..  Rossland Kootenay Mining Co., Ltd.  Costetlo, Wm. B.  ..._ .   MacDonald,  J.  H.  ���������...,  Ore-or-noM-co   .  Parker Frac.  Parrott   ���������   **&* -  San Joaquin .  Snow Bird ".  Spitzee Frac.  * WW  4-07  3382  11.74"  2B_6  13.00  ��������� 4;?5.  * 7.75  13.00  .65.  .24  .03  JS9  .���������5  ��������� _3.75  27.40  13.7B        13:74  13.00.  ..65  25.00  2.SS  2.50  .13  Tip   Top    .z :..- ,738  ....   Trilby^  -     1626  Union  944  Cameron,  W.  S.  "T. A. .(pstate)   &" McCrea,  4iyjm  Viking    jl    4916  Turner; Roy Manley ........... ;.   Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 13th day of. October, 1924  9.00  12.00  13.00  11.75  11.25  .45  .60  .65  .59  .66  13.76  13".75~  13.75  f  1U.75  13.75  13-75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.76  14.38  2L89  27.40  42,5-1  16.88  23.20^  2G.35  ^7.40  26.09  13.75      .25.66  H. R. TOWNSBND,  Provincial Collector.  The change nf the; weather calls for a change of clothing  a���������at  jjiBUi������ai!:imj|i  xntlwss  FAIRBANKS-MORSE  HOME LIGHT PLANT  ' THE DOUBLE-DUTY UNIT  Flexible   power  from   the   famous water-cool eel,  slow  speed Z engine.    Will hit! conttnuntly an long tts  required wtfchont overheats ng.    Operate������ 7 hou-ra  on a gallon of gasolene or kerosene.  Power pulleys Lo drive oilier wia-BiU-es eliiniiiate mulum,  .Sold arid serviced in your own district ,by  OH EVHOIXT MOTOitCA.1W AMU  THUOKW  Jl ������I-A UOItM N-nUi-OK  Watson's Underwear for Women and Children  in Combination Suits, Vests and Drawers in a variety of weights.    Also  lightter weights in Cott|bn/sleeveless, for eVening wear.       ^. r  Penman'8 Hosiery includes the ceJebrated "Dependon"  1-1 rib for Boys and Girls in black only  ,. Ladies and Giris Hose in silk and wool 1.00 to $1.2.5, in several shades.  Mens silk and wool and all wool Sox 65c to $1.00 ppr pair.  We are: featuring fthc'" reliable JAEGER Mrac of 'All-  wool -Tiosiery ror women and ivien  Onr prices rule in Creeton as Montreal and Toronto.    ' w    ��������� '"        ��������� ��������� "������������������     ���������' .-'���������������������������, ���������'      >; .'���������-.���������  -'"...  ��������� , '      y. ' ;   ' , ;,,'���������"'.*'' '."    .  See as for Men's Sweaters and Underwear.  If you fruit see pur kines of Yarn^ incLuding Co soy, Corticelli's Austrakene,  Sylvergleam, Saxony and Fingering.      -      ,^  a___:   '    "''!   >y\<mTm.rmmmnj������fPmmm������  ,...I,TI,^...���������,..,.,.II��������� ���������-,,..,.,>  ixss  C|^S~~Hm Wmmmm     mW^m^m^ "���������-������-^W^* m^mVmWWL, .^Sk  lJMI IBBa.   BMB W^^^* ii?B^^-H  A"S^*"_"���������      mWsm.     Bii���������   Btl ^^_a���������* BHI PB li__!_,",'^W jBB^^Sa  _____"^!il_ fiSH    ImWsm Hia^^BiSl     jBHI      VWrna.  'fffli   _fil   Mm  if La I llii  BfBHIiiiillBi E EL.il  ourwirrtri i  LIMITED  ^mtmmmmimmimmm  itfWif.lltiirtm-ttttyiiiiin.mi'iiFi'ililifi  *wi������<^.iMWi-wiw������iwwi^^ fiSSS.!.  W������WIIMl^-^li|*'-WI*illll>l|IIIUWI*li^M������ll>IW^

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