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 mp&pBxmmmimn&am.  t-'T *  .-<*-'  *?  ji.  -^>7  ������t - r   * '"3.  .1   i-l1*,r  Po^e/.  Otej  _ -  -Z  iw.        -'.*-   "_, -"sSt ,   _  .        _ .I**-?-***"-*- -  y    ' --at-- --3    .  -.  *-. "-^ _���������--_��������� _   .<  -  ���������^*>/^-^_iV --  _:   .���������  *t!_6j  ***->  sstj  -,   .aj.3-j.jc*. .  JliJ^Uji-S'-'f 7        ^_-^-__i___f  ���������W   '--*������  "srA*   ir-cn* ' *__  IS      GliESTON, i;-ftrji^S^y- HOVEI^BEH _?8= 1324  S������.  "S^r-^Srt** ���������*"  :e-  Hc^w^r Makp^if  - ��������� *. -*������  -\ ,.  There was a. fah*-turnout of melt^beis  ef Creston Valley Woii^fis's; Insti^t-*,  which *se*t 1*3 Forefeb?*" s������H_i|on.in^he  Parish HftH"onF^ay^aft^rn-KWr with  ihe president*-Mrs.!*f_K Lym?^in cl^rge.'  and was favored with a demonstration"'  on msking.ai.lt, and wool: ftbwef*������ as" af  feature attraction.."   "     "'.'Z'A  . In,opening, tho ^tt_3ident^ who" hud  ���������        ... .. m       --. . r ���������    <*������... "Tar.     *  points In the Valley has noti-een much  in evidence here as at Ku8_anoo& a  yellow rose bush in Mrs. Jones garden  was showing a second^crep of b]ta8_m  at the first of the week.  . _*.~������������.s.. __=  -vnwawtau mm  -~,yigMry-w������w������w  ; G>~ Hewitt nf Canyon^ who 8s in  .charge of the carpenter. wo*-_ on the  new Pascuaapo residence,^ ie. making  splendid headway. The contract for,  plastering has been let to Mr.  also of Canyon^  -.*���������r-.-.  i-<r.  Xte>.  Jtiss Frances Knott  was - a   visitor  with GlenliUy friends last weefc.  membei^at the Koottenay-Boutidary  Institutes' conference at Nelshh earlier  in the weetc~<-������fte*r serving^ three years  .in tbatcapacity-^report-^^*"**-?"  on  the gathering.   Every institute in the^  ju|Ht-dIctio_ was  represea-fced. and-all  seemed well satl-sfied^witb -l&e get  togv-h^-r. ^h._fe: *���������~ the. ������^ir*te*d  sincefederation became egfeetive.  ������_;������ Ss__._l_l report w_������\a_set- sh". is-  f&etory the treasui-rflnfon-iing that  - official notice had. been received, that  no .taxes would he -"bdrged ns the  Institute-lot on- Barton Avenue. The  proceeds of the Ai-_n|stiee "whlst*;we_-e  8___noasn_e_ -aft 3jS_* with bnt a I'ssiied  expehse^o meet therefrom-" y yj-  TSss, ^~5,wes-'Bs5s_3abg" SesssgsssE^slos^.  were given by Mrs. perinett, making  "\ then- from- Wool,. while 7Ml������a ^lHa%  j  Cherrington vgpa equaffyj^fif^nfefn  ^i^-ting  out ^e   silk*. vafc"ety.v'1*he"  ������i*e-emlb^ir meeting thisy year  will   he  given -vrerxi-. reports  oin. the jBoafer  ence and the annual i_t|i*t_-ti--i_/stan<i8  until Jaaua^r* T"        -    - "*J-'"  _a_  wi;   nwaiiMuii   O*    ti  but*4i_ess-f ea^ures-the tiiembers were  f^o**-������d with a. solo, by Principal W.  Jone^of tbe - public school, with Mrs;1  .. if. A. atan-ee a~^aecompaniet. -and aa  elecotlon;.--y number;J������y Mrs. Eiv Malt^-  andaine. y-^ _., ^^^.^V^ .  Th^.tea hostesses v^re*������Se_  _������_v'*-aiaV- *"^%,'^^^^-^-'~'-^^s,������^tya!i*-fSS^  . tI"^F-3e--de-s^,fl^  gunning to abintf:"^ 'w^b ij^srto^bfe  arippled. children**--   Suil'd.'  ISrlng  this  JAIbwe-s Rathleen (^layton andStella  Speaker were^ljovel^na visitors with  Kimberley"friei.dg^  _^   . t    T_e-chocii ibittC|^h ba-ve' beep  out  Sona*  with /Sulfeip^o^.lists ,-ha-^ week  gathering fhct^S"fog! the. wnqtal   torn*  -Mr. - andy Mrs.   Frank - Ssmlster cilJ jn^nity Chri*������^������s\4rettj_ -Sup the chit  "Oreston are visitors with Mrs. White-   *���������-���������.--_-_. .^������-*"������^.----.i_ ^1   -!-.���������._  side'n few days this wesk. Fraak is  unloading*-! car of mixed feed at the  store warehouse.      " f  Johnston to complete the irtsta1taUon.|  of his mill and start the log haul, with  sawing  now   expected    to   start bs  Monday.  . _*eter Burns has taken the contract'  of hauling the cut of ties from the  Johnston .nill to the Canyon siding.   --  Itoremao Jardihe has a. email crew  at' work at thoT Kuskanook wTiarf  n:*-_5'-**g.geEei^'! j*p������������lr������j -������bf-**B������"_������������I--!"5'������*  some re-decfeljpg and the bracltag of  ths?- fioaGnjt sections into ^rouiw of  tjrs. As at pre-4_in'tv it wwa^found with  so many small sees ion** autoists were  suffering too.much damage to springs,  etc. The - teoupled-together se������-tlc>n&  are hating the plunking Taid-^the long  way on which will also Improve- the  driving* " "^  ~ g,y������.t5i_  J3*!a*������������*������ _ Ss   at.. B_i;a|*>Agg -p-jct*-jr������T>  in V4Q������mv<^, :*)c-Vli*'t "^or-."|fw-   roast;  cityJrtBt "wwT"  -^ k  Zz^'^    ^V   I  ^Miss'A^d^^iE^rafgTe w^rar weekend J  Vlsatat.i^-^th^dimr.brtfok'friamds. retur-t-  foK ������n ^ondayv Z A~      '-   ���������      _-  Miss Beulah Penson was hostess to.  many of tbe Eriekson-- youngsters on  ���������ftsrsioon, '%be ���������������cc-siioT*'  being a celebration of her thirteenth  l^rthday* and the affair was immensely enjoyed ^r all present.  .Met-sss. -' F.   "f.   1_lingenBmith and  Teddy JBLaekins are -operating" in   the  J" W |<M^"try t^tween Kitchener and Y_hk  ajis-en; whii?h.%al.^e^.held  son-e- night  during Chrisl������4"a.B-''"^^ek.  ' -mSZ* - '*''"      ���������;���������*  ** *"       n.     ."*  Qrove_*^Kife*fir^^0 *8 forking at  Yahk this -winterv-'-WR** a viaitor in this  section a few daysy^Lt theend>of the  tweek. -*->-        " '"'-'^       ' "��������� -  The emi-I*5_������'*es"Ipi.'Mr. WetJicorliead's  Camp 9 at Yah|c^������*re in "for a most  "mtefresti-sg wintee^as thejr have just  ciorbb^d sogg^sei- s������s psst 5s~ a !sss^������>  radio* Iadpate BrStbers Instating it  Ta������grfe- ���������������-<���������aW . -    -- -���������" JXJ"   -f"  -,        - '-"-".     "      '      V       "*   "  IT r  -^3eo. Hewitt i������at oresent nt Sirdar  where he |s erecting; anew house for  S. ^"-oniao, and^Tr^ tBS������^> will he  eoing.ther-- ^f������7������-^w^d������y������'2U* -do thd  plastering. . v-> ;^'   .~~ "     'Z  The'^ol^r-t������m^,"of thc-wimtber  Bnosi.-welcGfne~ asylla wiii ej^ab-e- -=  SJadiee.* Cs-ranaunity Club  gathered in $21 ^t their roasquerade  dance at the schoolhouse on Friday  night. Mrs. Messenger, who ia winter?  ing in .Saskatchewan, . had tbe good  luck to mailspsder the winning ticket  drawn Jure  Forest Fires. 1924  m9m.m*&WMj  *.9    ._, M*.,  wuivii   -tas  , Ji'.,  Canyton hunters -have been having  the best of the season's luck during  the past.week, Messrs. Axel .Bergven,  Speaker, McQueen, . *Gk������rdon Vanee,  ������ud Biu*'Ciayion- a������--bring in fine  sp*-*;iuiens of venlsdo.   j-fc������������.i _  ���������.^ta'aa"!" |.a=aaVyii_.������aSy  PKESBYr������B!&| LADIES' m  __&"-  __B__L���������  SS-iW  ��������� Messrs.   W.    J. Cooper    ami,  Mason ret-urned. on Satnday  fa*Oiss 3?eS--  son-ywhere theyitad been for about e  week-OQ-bu-nnesSk' :- A  . ^y-"*'*������s**-  ,*M������_."S_att. Hagen. who-,was a."kelson visitor a few days"-f-*_'t^wee&- s*  turned, nn Sunday. '"- ,  Keep your eye* In thfe "3R*"<?������ ft������*h������-  announcement of-tbe CCLT^ concert  Wm**t-iue*in Pecena^er.  ���������be R-reral dandy. - a.  _*      - Z. '*''  Mrs. Fraehe and family "arrived ftnj������  the prairie on Tuesday, and are sfcay-;  ing with her son, H. Fraehe. -  M. Wsgess has a sma!" ������*pe,w-pi_tJt*Nri-g  the road into sh-lpe to bis mill at Alice  Siding. "  ^y&<zte fireu reported but -ess expense  entailed in octping with them and less  _    r    "11 ������������������ - J_T ^^ 7 a.  n&ercban^ftble   timwr   destroyed   -as  _f^*a_U*B5--H-J������r^i>-k--^     Mtfm*������A    -.^Wi^C^W-*-  BacTyra aws^ja* ******������>  ^mwrnmrmt     a*������*^m*������e^  fes-sst ranger Jas. Jory" in connection  witSi forestry departxuent operations  an_tbe Creston djafr-tca^tbis season.-    .    -  fires were ta������e& care- of by Mr. Jotry.  and: his ^patrolmen, Oeo. Reece wt������o  waa located' at *_it^sener,' and Alf.  PfiJsse-r, who Was in charge of the  .West - C-MMstoo" area". For 192- the  Creston district wa-t enlarged and in-  eluded alljthe 'toftfitory from. _E_us-  _^a nook to __Tah_. and Kiugsgate. -  ^ .im^.       _.^a������_:_������9^aa>t_i��������� .-rX*^ .-at .Ji.^-.   a.      _,    ���������������.     9  -'wauuiiarnwm  ttsno-cru tasi  lout  th&iirce werft'-i-om * unknown causes,.  & we-a caa_ed by Siehtning. 2 by camp  fires. 4 were set by passing trains, and  Shad their origin in land clearing  operations. ^  The most serioua blaze*" was in the  Cameron,.Creek "^territory,   on   Goat  C=**> -  *?8  ;tb**fc;,    __  .->'���������';:".- ���������' '��������� ;���������-;*:*_'--^ft -7: -..'- ^-S-ifes**' "" "*"���������""  W^!-!  ftbis^-a-eek.ia^quest ^ifi.deer.;      .      "   -.-   , Sfif1  '^A,-iJ"^������xLJC^r ���������"-" ���������^^-^t������i^^,^^i--*'T54_,__a.vi-'^)   ������r^ftfe.Iw--<5l<=a������?  , I^mfo^em^ts'ha^ ."bfea-nr^  afs AKce a^i^ t^ help ^  pack of two'car*. ofl-pplea at ^_e -WJ������  ^nB-;.^nf*.:.;.-r^e^ga^ -ytc*:  |-_sfN^W^:-^^:^������^^  !t_^l wiTt������-Bti������|i^nj^^- :. - ''-^.^-S^:!. &S:?  ������������������ -yy<;;.-:;. y-fcy -ss*^^^y :*&7^7^-*:;:;^7v:y;jy:-;-,s  ^ if^;{;^i^^'|^to  ^p^^|-#tm:!y^ f^;  -H������sidVhce of Frank I^������tn wet-lu  The Fresbyteriaia ladies' Aid  "tr" "   "  "  M-  Biwr, above S_������caener, late la July������  wW-r_%s-_aae in .the standing timber  b!gh'^g������*-������-ia th^'%5^nin-aiJ!f - side ^n*de   the fighting dim*iuit as'ireB"p^tnecess-  It is going to liW/ng^^s������der������bI-^trailbmlding, with  a^txrewof31 .men employed partt- of  tlie time before it was got under eoet-  %rpl."- The only other bl4ipeof note,was  a^ what~~ss known as fifteen xaile.  oppdsito-Sirdar, where 26 nTten were  employed for about a week before the  early August soaker of a rain -hjuEe a_  eomplete job of putting it _*���������&"  _ J��������� _j*E24J���������!* i-JB1 "B_r"Jfc������������i  . ������*'*ap-'#^;--^^ k-_ ,s_S_������__������__A"t!^_i .i^:t!Wa!ii_* tri-S.5  past few mont^  the inaiitd^lj^'ipf-:i*_.oj^ 7:!:7:  tojbe installed  years.  in the last two  Hi-et^tesdecfr arennnHUrtllynumomu^  1^eW;:t|ii_ :y������fi(iv": ag������y th������'t-||he-:4^&ni  are- taking: rte-fuli brig!iimit*i.7!'' *-' -v;--;s-V':  V"' "' v*--! ��������� ^!1''h,'..J?-V-''-.i.-" -,-- ������.A.*';-<Ji,'.-.,c.'. .---:.!;.;--!j.-s-.- ^-::'.--':'  '--.'->iw$-sty ������v^, y;.;1 . ���������*.. " '..',,..';!:.7..,j.^y. ":;��������� :;������:';/ AA;; y.,  POUL TR y������^,"!.'fi?|C������-'. ':twaiimWfr7^tty>  Adlmd, Creaton.  1*^1  -MMa  i'<;���������. i.,--!ii(''liV,!ti4.-'.'iyJs.,^{  Installation of the machinery of the  t^e week from a^ffew daye hunting at  ^rtobla mill   C. O. R^g������rB   Intends :&#������* Ci_eki: near "Xisht^ and brought  \fc������^TOn.the;-!4^;"-t^"2;^;"ia ' ������������������-������������������.������������������-.   .-..���������-   -.���������-  :^fc^-*wlll:be undef^^yih.^^*^  ' _^;e'"frl__tti������'alii^ ':.. cbwr!!!":it>iS  -; ikip^M^jTO^i^������s^^^-..r'j::-.;_ ���������      '!\-y(-'.  ,;':t\Gl^L-fog';^^ ' ai_!.'.under^!.way  '��������� on :the '.-��������� .fluari������E.\ wotipijtyne^ ;!CoI...  '__lstej*%,|^a*te^  ''o'f'C_^st���������������--upnrch������e*d ������ft feter wceW'ttgoi  .��������� :,;Mrs, .llftIniiip8on*"and,:t^  . *V^ncouver^ *wh  visit with  Mrs.* Hurl, are leaving for  home this week.  . y':^At'their last'- meetlngy^tl^e' !Jl^iB|iieeB!  granted "Principal Pearce ' six' months  ' B^nve:.'of.nbs*n������-;eIfro^^fan������*fsiry .���������.istii'"as  '8t;'ls!.hlsip������reiaelat'lhte^  Mrs. Pearco and children on ������ visit to  the old folks Ma England.' >:ZZ:    :j!: *-?Z ���������  a'' Walter 'Wright' ;!1's'-'-"''iaiBposliiig:!,' by  "private sale.;,a|| bis foriiu cquiplrwent,  #tonk and poultry, ***and will be Iwavlng  verjr~shortIsr. ,to make bis- perniiineht  home at the coait^. .'���������!."' '.������������������'''  U. __ Packman,     who    has    been 1 - ������������ assistant ranger andlJatrolmen  working at  Kimb������rley������ -retomed   to 1 give'cpnsiderableereditfor tbesucGesa-  Jbia home hewTW weelU-_He, state*! *������������ ^^f**^^*1  pra-tical asaistance  * ~*" '  g*|^n by tot-j-ista and  other*-, not only  fin -reporting hisses~_ss.t also in estiuKa-  i_-s__ns*_KU_ie inibe incipient stage and  ^-,-���������^.������������������^35??^^    j������������>U|.������-.^3g__^f^_"***J*--?������r_.^ -~*&*e&<&i*7r*r-mm������^*������r*Z- ..IC-** _1_____-^. r  that |W8_rk "s������ very scarce in that tt������wir  hay and mulching on thefikfe.".  ,_  !i*t^fei.e^^ilifewi-^- BenadeitU  %jrho bive liwh ^ 1^  'iWti������^iisSw-^i!>-������n returned  ^th^r^ma-*-bere)tvyi������futo last week.  "_Et>i^--iKra:-| ;they bad  -^n-Td������?ajK^^^ -"^s* ^f?2  0^^kkAkj:;.:AZZZM:ZZ^ ^        %.-" x '���������- **"  K;: The*!-!."^.!^)^^ *������  'mtbii-ii'^jiv^,bagae37 two   -deer.-last  w_ekebd^7Charlis7lVnso������ grit a -fine  bi-fecti-n-"^^  hi*ii(^:i������lpa^%been:^* * inv " The  hunters' sfiategeese^ aw* unuanally large  tl������^;y;e_ri:   ���������'���������    ���������-->--���������"-  The masqt  bytheK,K. _  echVolhs>t?������fe oif Saturday, l^-iK'jf'ti-il-er,  13tb, &.hd ndton-.the 12tb_ us stated  last !weeka'v Four prizes are to w*  awarded, and there* will b<5. special  ������������������'���������'���������"��������� _l_^ m.rm.-mi.'&f.w-m ^aT������nani-ri Imuslb. There Ib a fine for thosecom-  E������E������YBO0^   INVITED jing' uniba^bd.   Everybody welcome.  ^ee*^iil-o ^ccc^n-ed' |br a" jeeashleJ*-"  ���������b!y 5-rt^B^iifBcfen^.       *  ?- '- - " ���������  Both &|S_^riseand;3*e8-i^^ isexpr-wsed  at tihe -mnouncement tliat  Nograan  Moore, the district fbre&ter,������wbo has  b_e-ct in eharg** of tbe  East Kootenay  Kiotenay forestry -district for thejast  five yea-������B~-ms  resigned   in   order, to  a^ejrtt _He'position   of ~reods foreman  *������ithJthe  B.C.  .Spruce Campany  at  ^in-jberfton, and will-take <inhia_ew  ,T"ork in af^v days-"   Mrtr Moore W8Sr������*  progroBsiveT  and*   practical, forestry,  superintendent witb a knack of secur-  i^rad������^ice Wing W*4^* f*^* ?���������������-\ in^mhiml^A  ; Pub waF i-e, in   the   old  ainqp taking cbargrf of .forestry affairs  ^ , ������.,_,-:���������__������.__   ������..- _.__: j-i'B^t Kootenay has- bean Unequal  oi allr and superiority caont,  of  tbe  other forestry districts in the province.  *   ������������������   "** *-,,r -,  -'-; '--,--,'-.   - ������������������  ' >        ������������������  i '���������       ,**���������.-���������      7     ,,...���������' ���������,  iA.-:"Sc**eei3.:. :.Il6!MOTce of Unsur]  Brilliance and Chai  SIff*itimsr  MVaf. Mnnid of   Crouton   Is  a   8lrdar  vi-iUir at pi*-senti������ oiu-Mmg Mm Elo^-m*  wboIn on (The sick ll-d. .,;, ',;7 ::-',-;'���������-.!'!',-',.  ' Tony JHephncrof-Cr^ribi-fioh passed  through a few days ago*to: Kuskanook/  where,he is making his u������m������|-yeu������--end  V.->it.       ,    *y-y'-.u���������!:..':',-:!.'���������\y':'.ZkAZ!. '   .'-���������������������������������������������'������������������"'.  Sjinito T^bcukko was' a bu-.ln������"-ta visit--'  oi** at Nelson .-a f#������w da������j,S'-l**i������t.'������weol*"." '  'Capt. Co^ie''wl'th ' tu|c'������iidr'' barge In  tow went up the Kootenay- -River: on  Monday where he Is taking on a load  of bsled bay at the Reclamation Farm  for transport to Nelton.       ��������� ������������������ ' "  Mr. a������d Mrs.   Lousby M*ofc' back- *i������o  Tuesday < fi*������������m   a   ten-day   stay  with  f t������l������an������l������ It. Va������**i^"ii>ii*������������a������. ' '      "' ���������  The    colder   ''weather - reported   at  The , picture nriainy3h������������Micht  never ooiild be made. A story  In   wbioli,  Klory.  The 'most amnssiiig show on .  earth.    A cinema' gom of  tho  greatestmagnitude.  .    OcotipieB it plaoe of ita awn  among^rnotlerri ecreon achiovo-  montiL".''"^^' -rlia'1' tremendous-' in t  -We������T'.bsfl-_eot.'"'' "���������������������������';���������"  7   Its anly rival hi beauty and  bigneus is the Grand Canyon���������;  iiatuae^a supreme  aooottiplish^  Hieilta--'  ..������������������'y  ,   y      ���������   *- ���������-���������;   ";���������' i  A  picture  of   the   big; outdoors, pukoting with lifo and  athrob     with     emotion     and  'thrills. ������������������.        ...  #��������� ' ���������     "'''''.  A   super - production   that  shows the 0.8. in its making  " <m. *t,fa-' 1% |**������-*t������|j������ ������������������f.hff--*.*.  Tf ������������~(r-i-'|if(ir,i������������  hiiftrt appeal.  ^���������':  !.---tX^������3^Hm,  B������g BBB^BwB, ii,1 ^m-^m-'BBBB-BiiiiM  2KH  **0  Am������iM  AD.UI.TB. :...  "7^c.  V*0p-  L  mm^^m^^**m0m^������*mtpm0Kmmwtkm^  J  Two thounnn- miles of nof&en  romance, nnd every j-iHestone  a Vlifltinortlirill. -^-;--*,.���������  .Nothing more amassing ever  ^wen>   aeoia.. on ��������� otago   or  sureon,--aVflPfta equal may not  be soon 1n yeara l^.ootnti,  ������������������������������������.  .-.- -  '.  ;  *"-:'! ' ��������� '' ;���������   : 7.*-  ���������  Iiovo,    adventare������/  thrill*���������  tJieae  are tho component ele-  monto of   thia   superb" ecreen  triumph...        -���������.-*- ���������   '.   -   ���������������������������  . .t .      . '     . - -  Indian attackft, prairie flreo, ,  !ffj*tt_3*"tE5 Q1" ���������s"**ollen afci-eattiw, a  jgi-eat buffalo hunt, dramatic  situations galoire���������these make  up the otory of the Krcatcot  picture ever (limed.        ._  . Ob. Suuanna   wbeb you -������%_.  . this Paramount   pito-uwv 3*ov._ '  will wonder at ita bigbesa, ita  purity anei wiioi-eome-ie--u  J0tf0A������rar������  ��������� ,.   ..      % -���������     - I  '   -    -.-.��������� -*������������������?���������-;   -      -  . Miss^cGs^sor, principal of Kttch-  '_M'eir._Au"l^nS, vrao nt .Creaton on Friday  night for ftbe young people's dance in  fb^^piw|E-dbi -fiUilfc- "'";* y-!y -"  /Geo.   _Tonri|-j7and * Corp.  Smith   of  Creaton wrero! '--S^sltors-;.here,-, .at. the,.,  kttiddieof"laetfcrWee^ on-���������"-  bu-rlHei^ In --flnneefcron with his cEaims  on Iron mountain.  Boy Edwards , biW lust closed a  logging contract with Gen. Hunt, who  is taking a considorable^ <|uantity of  ttmheroff hialimlta to be sawn at the  8a������ih A Door Company milL ^  Now that government *<o^ work Is  completed Z. Geroum along with  Messrs.    Lri>ge  and   J-*ck flan-on, .  have-gone to Goa-t'.ltlviE^i* CsMsssing  where tbey have a contract witb  lMtnaro.. Palmer Jc    Staplfwi.     Geo.  ���������Bagga la alaor working foci the earn*  firm aa -woods foreman.  Boad superintendent J*;������. Moore of  Kaslo -Sras here on ������������������ his '��������� final   visit' of -   ���������  Inspection Ior the year, and ok*d tha  - ew bridge at Meadow Greek axvd*the  're|~������irs  at Bu-isel   Creek   bridge   on  ���������OT"c"?*acr~32j" ofT_s.t 'wft-k.' The 'wo*!-  In both esses watt done under the  estimated cost.      ..  a  This Is proving the best year for tha  decsr hunters KIbchener has had for  aome time. Quite a' few hav*.. been.  brought in from the hills behind the  town in the past- ten days, amongst  the Siu-liv ones being B_* McOo������e_������l.  --Scoop** Joyce and   Gunder Johnson  V  atiksitKn^aiKiJidM^f fiitfii  i^mm^'^itim&imtiii !ehe^^ ; ^ <m%SWO������mZ MZZ&r  REAbACHEV&!L10USNES$i  y7-7:7t^N:^t PATIO HAAAAp  W:   71ND1GESTIO  ^;- :'"J'": "lfe_-&\������^___������4' ���������" -^ '" ^  NEVER4 FIRE FIRST  ��������� 'BT ���������  JAMES FRENCH DORRANCB  Co-Author   of    "Get    Your   Man;"  ."Glory  Rides the  Ranee."  Etc.  (Serial   Rights   Arranged   Through  BY. IX   Goodchild,. Publisher!*.  Toronto) '   '-..  finished structure, -.uiuu was -open  where- workmen .were laying a heavy  .flooring.-for a vault." The tqwnsmen,  their.curiosity satisfied, began to dis-  pers e about their, -siundane "affairs.'j.  ^,i,Sn-;tiirping Kawj:to ba#.abput his own,  Seymour ^ame fa&e tpSfaceywith Ruth'  ������������������kuperp-^;"'-''' who>-������evidesrtl^7;had just'  reached^ town and af^^eed, for*' her  xaouni was pttffiii^i- ffhe^cblor of excitement was high in the girl's; eheeksr  But no*-hint that she ever had--seen'  him before cam- frpni the yxnmg. ..woman -who, within, the "'h"dur,..ha*_. been so  "solicitous of hi&i welfare as to try .to.  keep "him"from entering:'the brushfiri ��������� ,, - ���������...,.-,-,-������������������_-���������  search of the murderer. /Her eyes did yas ^^^^^"^ T������3a<hng.  not ^void his;  they: si in ply    did . not *~seat 'm '*******������***- ������������������*���������������"-  '/-.  puzzling  .i^ned.',..tp^-jugt^ty. his reputation as a  fearless .olfice'r,. wiih the encomiums ot*  8..:'stt-'c^ss'fuL.*'<_aptul-e;de~aa,' or alive."  .���������:'''\;'IJari*HCT!'s!:-7-.hi*Iil voice was sotteped  by the^_iusl*:i"dt--ss of proudful emotion  From'his  seat ���������'^JS^^.itoEit.y'"packing box in- the  front row pf spectators, Phil Brewster  uttei-ed a '"-'fervent "AT-npn!" thcn,-  <5itchingy;!:tlijg eye of Seymour -who  stood i-alongTElie wall, he winked sardonically ',  Ay^Needless���������������������������?tie-:%������y,- fellow citizens of  Opid^iHardleyyEihrilled on arter -having cleared his th rbat, ���������'your officer  appreciates the confidence of which  this; jiiryybf-"his peers has so fitly; delivered! itseliy -He will leave.no sione  unturned to- bring to a rope's end the  foul 'fieifaygiit.tjr of sending to perdition 1-hesesHwo.ir en, one a brave ofli-  know him.-   ....**,.,.: '   x  Having   adrniui*-tered   this   puz:  i cut direct, she focused on the "-gallant  j figure of Brewsterywho rpde alongside  jlier, his handsome, face alight /with un--i  ! doubted admiration:' y;.'      "/  j     "What-  has    happened?"    Seymour  j heard her ask.  ��������� ''���������>���������_,,���������    .-���������-' 7 - '���������/���������-:!>.-  j    '������������������" Your da siting sergeant-of "-.staff;: has  been    murdered."      Brewster's y-* reply'������������������  I .was fittingly'.;low. ;'.---'-  The    girl's    eyes    flashed    angrily.  ���������"Terrible!       I  must ""'say.    you    don't  seein greatly distresse*-*, Mr. Brewster,   ........ t_    .,-..-     ,  ,.,       _. ..  and .Ell thank you not to conneet-sne i cer���������of,the la^and^he^other a worthy  .-with the poor brave man by saying my ' dlivfJf  ot tu������"y������*   c-  x-  "_le?*.   .H������  sergeant" '������������������-���������'."'������������������ would- respecttully suggest mat oesorfe  ~ "You've been seeing so much of this I ^-^a^ ,tfeiemP������rary   temple   of  Bart person, -Ruth, you hadn't had any V^usti^ce, so kindly loaned   w the -occa-  tinie for your old friends.    Of course.   ?ion ^J^P^c-^i1^ manner^)f  I'm  sorry for  the way : he's- been  put  out of the running, but 7 '"���������      7  (Continued)  Once intc--the main street, Seympu*;  found a seniblance of-permanency in  :he town'.- The establishments'-of. two.  rival tradihg^companies, were built ot  iogs aim!'surprisingly fronted by show  windows. The one hotel, in distinction from several bunk houses, liad  two stories, with a false front atop the  second. SeymoTl-r noted also a restaurant, a chop house, a-pool hall, several "soft" 'drink ..emporiums���������all of  "rough board construction. .       , , ,.-.    . . -������������������___ --       _ ,,     ,    _  .  A shack of slabs, roofed with cedar [ ?*? have dmiier <vi h me at the hotel;  shakes, crouched beside Uie hotel and \ th\% lsn * our * ragedy. , . _ *' 7" _*"  __pported the sign: ' .- ^     Her   displeasure   seemed   increased,  I and    she    gathered    her    reins.        I  } wouldn't think of it," she, said with, de  French Have Scheme  - -  '      T������ BetvC*  CrimiiiaSs  Oust    On    Clothing    Of    Suspects  .������-      ^    Carefully! Examined rt  =J***ll<_"_?oscbjpic examination of the dirt'  stud di$$������ Upon the gfothing'of suspects  is-a Kiiv--seb!em^ ot the French-police  to catch criminals. . ^  After cross-examinacloa 'ihe* s,u_-  pects are strlnoed -pf their clotfi'lnc.  wMose superficial dust is first Qxamin-  ed under a strong microscope." A  vacuumVcleaner is*hex.t applied tp draw  out ottier dirt into a P������i~" - ���������' ~ *   " , "'  In some' instances a more thorough  _ diess, in'whicb heating figures, is  used to separate all particles of foreign matter^ From the dirt'thus secured*" the detectives determine whether the suspect has been telling -the  truth. "        -*" _ - - .   '-  One murderer tried to prove an alibi  lllHt.        UUL        UWS      JUU      OIMKII  Wlio do you suppose- -"       ���������  .:  "Hai-dley- hasn't decided yet!" *Sey-!  niour caught the nicker of contempt in  the   freighter's   eyes...   ."Better   come.  OFFICE   OF   SHERIFF  GOLD BRANCH  OFFICE OF CORONER  ���������������* ,      ���������  Evidently' it was' from the door ol  this that Deputy Coroner Hardley had  seen the impostor set out on liis fatal  ride. ~  Near this ������shack stood the temporary post office which dirided! a store  room with the records pf the- mining  recorder. The First Bank ol^-Gold  dfccupied a tent with a wood floor. For  the reassurance of customers and for  the information of all, this,-tent wore  a banher oil which was paJnted: "Our  i>*ilatia|L permanent home is under construction across the street." Glancing in that direction, the strangei; saw  a    ������;i i������i"i/-iri  ing a r-oof.  CISlOll  'I must carry  the , dreadful  \     Whirling her horse, she dashed away  ' up   the v road   over which   she bad   so  lately conle..  "Some actressf but w*hy?  ed Seymour. *       i''Z      - AA'������������������'"���������-  There-, were several why's tliat= the  sergeant found it jieeessary to consider. Why had she ciit'Rim .at^ie'ix  second ''"meeting? AVh^y liad^ she  feigned entire ignorance pf ���������; what" had  happened? He could "only���������hope that  the same answ'er v;ould 'serve for ail-  that  ing mor  of the mystery as to >vho had _killed  'Bart.   ' "-���������  ��������� '/ ,'���������'������������������ ..���������-" ' ���������"".> "v"     ^      ^:  It was evident fi c_i Brewster's corn-  Gold, at this season of the year, was | Pla,inin^ ^^itli?e    tlfat thfe .������mP^er  a night town, so tlie streets had been   *?���������* Paid "AIiss Duperow enough atten-   "_____,__ .,!_._..__.,._._. ,,._ ��������� _*._   -tion to arouse theyhandsome freighter's jealousy.    And Brewster had mis-  they First 7Bartlv: of Gold, each and  every one of you look for theJast tinjtje  on one who gave his life that this  should be a inore decent and law-loving mining camp."  For .-'-this last . suggestion, Seymour  could forgive yHardley*s astonishing  lack, of modesty^ even his consigninig  to "perditionnsythe two casualties.' Although the fat deputy could not-have  imagined, it, *be. had done the sergeant  a "pronounced favor.  .N  bj- saying that he had .slept in a'n opeh.  field the night of the prime. Microscopic examination * of. his -clothing  showed that 3je ha*& slept in" a quarry.  - An unsuspected carpenter was con-,  nected with a murder*' by . means of  sawdust found on a piece of overall  which the*victim had torn from his assailant and which' -was found at the  scene of the crirae'^  The. chief value of InV new^plan has  been in breaking dqjvn the bravado, of  criminals. They  ivhen .shown thai  were lies.  frequently  confess  their  first   stories  Sixyr^ Bayier Aspirin"  - INSISTS ^nfess you^ee the  _������Baye-*:JCyGSsfr;. an- tablets you  1 are no������>'getting1 the genuine  Bayer "^Aspirin proved safe by  millions a*M,prescribed.by phy-  siclanlvfor 24- years.  _^__._2l-ri*- Accept6 Only a  Bayer package  -fc-hic-h contains proven directions  Hiindy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablet-  Also bottles of 24 and IDG���������Druggists  Aspirin   3b   tbe   trade   mark    .xe'-l-'texetl   in  C_n������d������>- of   Bayer   Mon-jfacture   ot   Mono-"  ������cetlcaclt_e������t������r of Sallc*ltc>c<-  '  ^ ������   *-*!*-*.���������������*i.at <  q uroii-  .practically deserted ^s the smalt- pro  cession entered.       Even though most-L^,     - , , .    ,       , v     ^mm    --^-��������� , -    * ���������*  of the population was at work up the^J^1 r^ -^J ^fSSS:  creeks, there was something of an out-    nS^c"f.out at ?****��������� a moment wlrtn  Dourink-iuto King. Street ^ the news | ^fS Se JlS^ ^Sf ^  of the shooting spread. / > .-'���������������������������  Some 'fifty men and a scattering off  women    ga'hc-i-t?d    to    mill about the, ^     ,     ,. <.,.  freight wagon soon after the oxen were I *ei"'-v *-*,seo_a������_eo.  halted before Hardley's'shack.-     From {  '���������".ySeymbur' lost do time in gaining a  position* from which he could watch  the reaction on. every*face that looked  upon feart _His attention was* caught  by a little woman of pleasing eounten-  muri^1'^;i,ance, Jn avdrab "djess and the be-  fiowered hat of an outsider, whom he  had noticed casua ly during the heaving. 7* Now that the line had thinned  to nothing: and even the deputy had  left his guardyof-" honor post, the little  w'pmap^ csine forward haJAingly and  bent over the rude catafalque. Sey-  ,., , _.       ���������      =nidur could ritit see her face  for. the  ame answer woulcTserve for all^^-^e^ag; ifc^as shadowed " by her  she had acted m the. hope of he-f^^v,-&&&% bufe^te heard a stifled sob.  nore tree to work out a - solution >^^*jl^i|Bta^t;%ie tottered and se'em-  |*ed^^lil������elif w-faJL thai he* took a auicli.  .-tep'.Sfews^dSiier'^. <:"HIs aid. however,  proved unnecessary. With a ^shud-  Ider, she recovered hersell and hurried  away, dabbii*g������S.t her eyes with a bit  -of cambric".  As. thet emly^-mdividiial who "had  shown the least personal emotion," the  policeman's _ interest followed her. So  did his steps. Outside, he-'felt for-  tilnatg  whenhe   fell  in  with an   ac-  interp  _.__.  r\c  twmiy  ^^*t_������>_-  detection and" piihishment to be -his  chief interest. He now stood staring up the street after her, looking ut-  tht- vantage of his saddle seat, Seymour studied their faces ~sis they re-  ef?ived the newsy but caught no trace  of any emotior. that interested him.  All. seemed genuinely shocked: none,  too  deeply  moved.       He heard   rpany  Dismounting, Seymour led Kaw  across the street and joined Brewster,  whesniapped out of his mood upon' being addressed. The information tlie  sergeant sought was pleasantly given."  The stranger undoubtedly could get  a room, .such as^it was',  at the Bon-  expre^reg^^wr suchl drasUc^lo^ -^za Hotel.       Brewster  himself lived  at the lau*     If an'v rejoiced   thev did   tlieie'      The     'eata    - weren't... much,  so serii-tlv ' lejoittu, u������. but he could, take pot-luck at the res-  D.iputy "Hardley consulted* with im- j ������uraut:."-", I������| his  rooiii ;-jyasn-ty airy  portant citizens,  identified     for    Sey  niour hy the one near'-st his stirrup i  Ihi*?* hank   manager,   the  camp . doKtor .  and  the principal realtor.**     Presently ]^.acK  Ihe deputy shrilled   an announcement  that. in\lns capacity    of    coron_ers...,lie  would swear a jury and hold;.'anlin'-'  que'svt" atv one o'clock in the uWColft-  pla-ted, bank buiit.in->.   ./      ������       ,f  -  'tTi*".   freiglit; ��������� wagoi.. Ms ���������somber, burr  rleu covered wirli isirpaulin, was drawn i  to  a posit ion'"'"at  the rear  of the un-a,  TIREfrOUt  ALL THE J\mL  Nerves Gave Little Rest  a*  .."  Relieved  by Lydia E.. Pink-  hs.Ti.fs Vegetable Compound  enough, he could get ample ventilation  as i by.poking his finger-through, th-i-pa'tti-  S lions. " He'd find the stables-"around  There was no telegraph-iSfuce  t~-yet, and no .radio. ��������� '-"Yes,: the-camp  was a little slow in catching up with  the- times.      The next mail would go  out in the morning.    . '       ;  "Guess I'd better tell'that -.uspicibus  deputy wWe're I'm stopping," Seymour  1 remarked when duly posted.;"  Brewseer laughed and shrugged his  shoulders. "Don't mind Sam 'Hard-  ley, stranger. By now his mind is  loping along some other line of suspicion. Better come.-'to the i^iquesT,  though. With Hardley in . the coroner's seat it will be better than vaudeville." v  The sergeant did attend the inqucsst  In the unroofejl  bank buildi-*., where  I Ih**-  workmen   had   "laid   off"   for   tho  j "event."!    That he did jvot find it as  I amusing as- Brewster    had^ promised.  i whs rt*ot enthUy due 1������ the.'^iueer feel-  y ing that came with every --mention of-  his name as that''of the,centrnl flgurts;-  He wrifhed at the ofHcial 'fioundeiiuRB  j of Tinrdloy, who made nn o_diibillon of  Harro-wsmithvOntario. ���������"I tool> your   n Jury which, urjtltr seiif-ihlc  mediejnilyhefore my baby was born audi  if-it-was a j>creat help  to rnc as 1 was very  poorly until J started  to take it, J just felt  afl though I was tired  out all the time and  would take weak,  faJntinp* spelln. My  ncitven would bother  me' until 1 could Ret  little re-it, day or'  nipfht-1 wflH tolffhy a  frieiiii to tak- Ly<jj_  E. Pinkham's Vepe-  tahl- Compound, and I only tools a few  bottles antrl it helped me wonderfully. I  would recommend it to any woman. 1  sim doi.--.tf what, I can to nubtEi-h thl'i  |.-T*od medicine. I lend that little book  ^you sent rnc to any one I can help. You  Van with the p-reatest of'pleasure uae  my name m rvpjitil fo tin; Vegetal. I<*  Coin '/<'<*,���������*<���������(" ilil. will .ii rvc- u.> )u:]yi iX.heyrJi:"  ��������� MiiH. Hativky Mrr.rjc.AN.R. R. No.2,  Ilairowamith. Ontario.  In a recent can vans of purchasers of  Lydia E, 'Pinkham's Vegetable Com'  pound over 100,000 replied w������rerec���������iVe<i!  ���������und UH out of every 100 aaid they ha<i  heim helped by Uh umj. This medicmo  Hu for -..ale by all drup*Kist8.  ������������  h.  dlreclion,  would   have   proved  competent.  Seymour   hntl   heard   strnnge   eoron-  i:rn*   verilhr'fr   befori*.   but   (liat    which  tliIn fat dp'puly Hponsored was a pri%e*������:  winning    oddity.       Hardley    .read    it.  jtloud: "    - .  &  "\*\'e, lhe jury in tlils mnrijer osisn  duly hriiiiirieU'd. ":lo and now Tlieroby.  rt-j������oii i hat SlurT-Kf-rge-iin-l. Russell  Si-yrriour of Ihe l.oyi-Ll Mounted Crinu-  <j|an Pol let % in I h a j>vi rftii 11,' of duly in  ih-"������ itroxiivilly of G/SSSt!; B.C. did con*o  io :in until. Hy desith to thn,rogrei. of--  i|������ih :iiiilci������.d law-Abiding eom'iuunity.  "W<\ ihe Jur>-, *'iv��������� do find nnd  hereby lej.ojl furl her ilml ihe iifpri'-  H'-itl Iitriienf.ed Sej. uioiir wan inurdi'l't'd  by -I'rljl*-1- bullet fired by the niiin who  lir-lt_ mi- ih������- I*. C X. mKimi1- mid killed  lien T������ hor, driver thereof and ft lib-  Jje#:������ f.f (he hint i������ieeedlng ItirpieHl of  i liis ':oiirl, both heln*c foul and hi I til  m������iitlt-rH  "We, il������<- >i.i-y, etc., tit' find ly-nd here-  bv    r<*pot I     Hfll'   fui-lher,  Ilia I   Pepuly  <*'Oi'--jin������M''  i'iHiiUul   UHi'dleyr KM'.,   lirlidll*  ������:(l Hit* nc.i'Xiv. of the (ragedy with coin-  iiH-'id'ihb*    proinplllude.      We    iHrnvel:  -j J in   lo  (Uaw Hiieb   vaunt-  uh  lie  And ft .  ni'C^HHiiry   from   huioiiKhI   Hie   i-Uly.eiiKJ  oi fjold and run lo i-arlh Uh* p< I'lielnt- >  lor it������r tbesH- diu-lardly    rn-lnieH-,    und,!  furllW'rjmore,    wo    <-x|ireHH    our    fori-j  j-jflnp/r.   *|i!t������   !������*-���������  '������*|H  le|������er> fvi  ������-1 r������r������a> un-'  puaialanee 'of the. inorning,  Gato, tho  driver of oxgn.  ; ,t'   ���������-������������������'-*  "Wh^is-}; the lit'ie woman- in gray?"  he asked casually.   -!-*>: ���������  "She's a widdy. but not IcoKing for  a second," Cato's face was more twisted than usual by. its sarcastic grin.  "'"������������������And I'm not s-**ekin|: a!i first/i/Sey-  iiiouf-set liin^traight-^y^I asked, because she���������': seemed mbrie^ affected Chan  tlie other wbineii by Hardley's tribute  'line.'*,; "7: ' ������������������" A'Ax fj-:>- .?>-'".���������=���������."������������������-���������'" -'-���������'���������.  The bid ox dri-er sephied reassured.  ^'She's justya big -he/irted" Jane, owner  and    cook    of-the Home Restauraut  down tlie street yondjer..The sergeant  boarded witli- her'ytieforJBI-* ��������� Jjie bloomecj*  out  In the rpyulTuhifoepLi;. .���������' I. boarded  there' ibo, -{lntIl('shi-5J'turne-3 *me down.  I'm .just ,-tTO*1-d^4--(^^^tt������'^in- in the  oflin& that rtiide' Iter'cold. tdwi_rds liie ?  Course, he'wouldn't. lpol������ at  her;  not  serious; hinT:'b'efriiB^--^"l*--'_erge>nt'.iri-'  secret.     But wqmen'1 nurse wild hopes j  ���������-���������specially widdTes.    "Klaybe I'd have \  a*, chance how he's.'l*een plugged Into  "the- diiscard."   *l az-x-.���������-., ������������������- x..  Seymour glanced at him in amazement; that he, with his caricature ot  a face, could spe-k of \voinen nursing  wild hopes. ���������'  Evidently Cato read his llioufehtsi.-  "Vou- needn-t look so doubtful, stranger." He flared with resentment. "Ox  driving brings mighty sraarL wages,Up  here, and I -got a claim on Hoodoo  Creek that may i>alee me one of^liem  miU-QBHlres���������.- hen I fefet lbund. to forking of It next winter. ,:.-*$oiq-.eipcai*  read behln<! the niask���������"'apeelally wld--  dles."1'       "*. '    .7.       ,"'., ."'*":���������:.;-'   '"'",  AnxiouR lo he e*ff on the;trail of his  hunch, the sergeant' was not sorry  when they came to tlie Brewster warehouse and Cato left tq, Inquire about  his next load fof freight for the creeks.  Russell SoyniWr felt suddenly hungry  ���������for home cooking.  "<T.p b ��������� continued)  ���������i   ' r*-;-r-���������-    ".':   ��������� '  Sold   Old   Bottles to   Raise  Money  to  f     Attend  Empire ^aniboree  A Boy-ScoVt'^i'doptetl- _.-Strange de-  vi������b^\to collect sufficient ,cash to -get  .overseas for the Empire-jamboree. He  had   been   itryesting ' and - trading   fof  mpsrtlis in old: bottles and^n^wsliapers,  in order to buijd. -up."^tne"   necessary  ^capital," .-E6D,"-   required' .fiplr' the trip.  This shows a real" spirit "pf enterprise,  and  a triumph of pluck:    over    what  must liave been . j&    natural . apaths^.  Every*" South African lad should learn-  something from !his    brave    example  and realize that nothing is impossible.  The boy in question~knew that he had  to get .-������60.     He struggled and strove"  for months, hut'.wass far Off his goal.  Yet, ���������"-Mien'the public, learned the history of his big fight' against odds, ������vith  all its picturesque details, some persons   (unknown*)/ saw  to -it that  the  gallant .fight of the "scout.,should not  go unrewarded.      It wouh'l'be difficult  to visualize  a better example  of  the  value Oit^ietefniination.���������Johannesburg  Times." ',   A'"   ,   -. -'   7-  . "',',.-.  If the World Stopped Whirling  Rotation _of the Earth On  its Axis is  . x ������������~rattu������Ttyy Slowing Down .    .  - Reaa\ingv a ;pape^ before the British  Astronomic^ Society X>r. A.' C. D  CrommiliBL-_aid tliat>the rotation oi  the earth on 4ts_ axis was gradually  slowing down.  - "No one need become alarmed oves  the situation," Bj:\ Crommelin** said tc  an    interviewer.  'The    slowing-uE  process has been going on for centuries, and nothing sensational.has com*  out of it.. If it did stop things mighl  become, uncomfortable..v The* sun*  would shine on.one side only, while  the other side would Jie wrapped--in  frozen darkness; and the moon might  vanish. If the earth's motion slowe-J  to one- rotation a year," he-, added,  "each day ^ould be one year long,- as  thejr are-thought to"*be on the plane!  Mercury- It will take a few hundred  million years^ before the earth's motion, at its present rate, is retarded tc  a point where it entails actual discom--  fort."  LITTLE  HELPS -FOR-  -^THISlWT-EK'-'-*^  /- .': :_��������� ������������������  m__ ,-*y  Casting .all your came upon Him;  for  .'      He carefli for you.���������I; '"Peter v. 7.  ���������'..y.     if you fear,     ~  Cast all 5;pur care on God;  that aiv-  V ..       chor. Uolus.���������Al fred Tennyson.  "And so -when wo are lost in the great  maze of "life, and wander J_hrough the  streets-of this world feeling that the  familiar patlii-l gone, when we seeuiio  landmark of "duty; no Insplring^llght-of  attractive .work, and Icrto^w hot where  we are, then,.It,pui" trust In God does  not fail us, >ve learn lessons we should  not otherwise gain. "SVe learn self-  direction or humility; we "learn to cast  our care on Him who cares for us; we  learn t������ be grateful for every kindness  .that others caii do iiSj. and to respect:  all forms bl! life, and call no man coin-  iMoh.���������James Freeman;,Qlarke,  NOTHING TO EQUAL  BAB������fS OWN TABLETS  Mrs.'"* George Lefebrre, St. Zenon.  Que., Vrifees': "I" do hot think there is  any other "medicine" to equal Baby's  Own -Tablets i#>r_. little ones. I hav-i  used them formy baby and would use  nothing else.'V " W-hat Mrs. !Lefebvr������  says thousands: idf "other mothers say.  They have found by trial that _th������-  Tablets always .do just what is claimed forthemr iThe Tablets are a^mild  but rthoi-ough laxative which ; regulat���������  the . Dbwelar'and'' sweeten the stomaGt  and thtfs banish indigestion, constipation, colds, colic, etc. *rhey/are sold  by medicine dealers or by maiUat 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Me*dicine:Co;^rocliville, Ont. - ���������-'"*  Tfiade Withj^j-ftnaica ���������" j-  In the slump; which the fruit trade  of Jamaica is experiencing, a, direel  fruit trade with Canada Is being advocated as a remedy f<jr the country *s  economic ills, Canada being regarded  as the most promising of possible ne-w  markets.. ���������.-'���������������������������.-'*-     !,>v  Tlio , King  Qiif-en of England  have pros on ted I h e  ,BrLtish    Museum  with a pair ol* Ivory-reoimrdfi.  v v M^de the Hotel Business**  One of the leading hotel men of tho  United States declares that prohibition, instead of killing the hotel business, has actually made It. , He says  tha). moro monev was Invested ,��������� in  hotels In the United States in the past  lour years than in the preceding  twenty-seven,���������Ottawa Journal.  *���������������������������:���������:        FOR THE  KIDNEYS  Det*an*Sed KMneys  inay in time lead  to serious illness.  I������ you Cetect any  symptom toko Gin  Pills, -fhey will  relievo you*,  ^s^^  mW J %*  (Also in P^cwage:s SSr&ZOt/  59  mnimi������ii>i^i������i  wwmwttmmmmmtli!^^  ���������Wilt>l>tllllK>mi  u.^'l������ift������,iij.iViia,Hiii.������aaniiiT,iiia]iM���������iw^.i.a,a>.-iii������_ THE    RE^TEW,' ' CBESTON, - B.    C.   J  lhe Secret op VJ  m SuccessfulBdguxj*  consists very largely of  * choosing a baking-powder wh^ose**le,avening ,  qualities' are uniformly,  reliable..       ���������.f - .       ,  Magic. Baiting- Powder  -is the powder that never ���������,  falls yeis=    This is .the  reason -why it is by far  ^������he mpsi popular bak-'  ing powder in Canada.  Importation   Under  Preference  Large Percentage of Goods Come From  _,     Britain Under Extended Prefer.      "  - -"     "- *     ence Arrangement   k  An overwqeiming-'-percentago of the  goods imported Into Canada In the  year ended April 30th last under the  extended preference arrangement with  Great Britain, by- which an additional  "** 'a-  discount of 10 per cent, would be .guar-*  anteed on good*, "imported by a Canadian, port, took- advantage of that concession and came into .Canada through  _.er - own ports and were hauled, over  Canadian railways to their destinations. " The total imports to be affected by therenHrged],^reference was  "$71.748-575 and of that total $66,344,-  588 worth took-advantage of the additional discount prjuaded for.  ���������% *.  BEAUTIFY  IT  WITH  ���������DIAMOND DYES  f<-  ���������-  "_Ol  /���������  ifiore JSuiier and -cneese lonsumea  1 "Perfect home' dyeing - and- tinting   is  ������_.._ ._���������������.* >___^i   ���������ii-a-   -*->2_  guaiauiccu  wi.ui aai������v-  moiicl     Byes.     Just  -dip-in .cold water /to  tint     soft,     delicate  shade, or boil to dye  ��������� i-ich, permanent cpl-  "ors.      Each    15-ce'nt  p. a c ka g e    contains  directions so simple  l������������^W*?^������W"l  ***  .IWLeas-rafale Increase Is Noted In Consumption - of  " Both     Butter    and -  ,,   -~ ���������   Cheese" in  Canada  According to the_ Dominion. Bureau  of Statistics, the eonsiimptipnof both  butter and cheese lb. Canada is increasing measurably. During 1921  the -conpumption of butter was 22G,-  640,66-* pounds or 25.79 per capita.  This increased in 1922 to 234,37*7,859  pounds or 26.14 pounds per capita. In  1923*"    consumption    .was     251,038,733  Valuable  Pujbficatiqns .  Inforrna.tipr-  On All Subjects delating  - -*. y       To Farming". -f���������  The PublicatiPnsBranch\of the Department of Agriculture will send free  of''charge any of tbe four hundred bulletins dealing with a wide range of  subjects, embracing every phase of  farming activity. Tile wide-awakt-  agriculturist is no longer satisfied with  any hit or tnlss plan of''operation, and  knows that Ih order to meet w!ith a  full measure of success, he.must^eei*-  himself informed. Experiments are  being conducted continually at the experimental farms located* at different  points, throughout Canada, and much  any woman can dye   , ���������_���������{,������_,    _������<..���������__. **.      _ _    **.  or tint lingorie.' sMKi, ribbons, skirts,' TaIUa'"e "f-*"18 J"* **&***��������� % ������������*  iwa-sts, '   dresses. .��������� coats, - stocks,I VS^SSLT^f^jSSS. t^T.  sweaters,, draperies,* coverings,  hangings, everything' new.  -  Buy "Diamond Dyes"���������no other kind  ���������and telr youi*^ _ruggist whether the  material *you wish* to color is wool or  Silk, or Wiietiier.,it is ���������iiieii... cotton ox-  -       ���������*-  mixed goods.      *   - "S.  Deplores Newspaper Publicity  .     ;.-  -���������*   Would   Restrict   By   Law   Too   Great  Publicity Before Court Trials  "There is one thing that-**! deplore,"  and that is great*: newspaper publicity  before iri-ji, and gome restriciions���������oii  WORLD HAPPENINGS  pounds or 27-45 pounds" per capita....this should be imposed by law," de-  Cheese consumption-rose from 22,033,- Glared Chief Justice, Martin at the  846 pounds .In 1921 to 28,503,002 "dur- opening.of the civil courts at Montreal1.  1923 or from 2.51 pound's-"pe-L* capita The Chief Justice said that publicity  to J3.13* pounds.. - -      /  institutions." This knowledge, togeth  or with other information' gathered  from many sources, Is broadcast to lhe  farmers through -the medium-of these  bulletins. In another column ofythis  issue _there appears an announcement  headed* "Farmers' Bulletins and How  to~*Obtaih Them." Cut out this advertisement, us'xg- the coupon J~: for  name,and address and mail__to- the  Publications Branch of the Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, mark on  the list given, the subjects on which-  you particularly ..require information.  No postage is needed in mailing your  request. - _  Minister' o������~fche Interior Russoff denies the reports;" of civil war in* Bulgaria. He^says the country was never so tranquil. .  Germany, in the near future, will  make au effort to enter the League" of  Nations on an equal footinj-pwith other  powers, it Is announced oQlci3&ly.   -  The Dominion*- Governnient'-refund-  ing loan broke all records-when the  subscription books weye/closed L".ept.  22, when the entire ^offering of fifty  million dollars was over-subscribed.  AH'Russian citizens are *requlred to  -���������pay special taxes" to relieve the impending food "snortage "under the terms*  of a. decree issued by council of .people's commissars  Donald-B. MacMillan, the Arctic explorer, intends to devote his attention  for some time to Northern Labrador,  going north probably next*-June, it is  announced. - " "  _ The  Imperial  Aviation. Society  has  announced plans for flights" by Japanese aviators across the Pacific Ocean  and from Japan to London and poss-  " ibly around the world for,next year.  The 'closing date of the! BritishEmpire Exhibition at Wembley hasO-been  fixed for Saturday, November 1. The  question.as to whether the exhibition  shall be re-opened next year "Is still  undecided, v '',   '"!'.'"     -'..'';;'..''*.���������  7 ���������'.!'.  Hon. Thomas A. Low leaves for the  West ^Indies early in December to  carry out an investigation into the  possibilities of (urther developing  trade relations between the Indies, and  thq Maritime?Proiinces..';; ._������������������ "f. 'A. k, ������������������',  Prof.Wagner bead of tlic.TBerl'ii  . Telegraphic���������"���������: 7- Technical Insti'tut^)'  claims the discovery of a' method for  making It "possilile ito send messages  Over trans-oceanic cables at the rate  of 1,000 letters tier minute;- compared  with the present maximum of .200.  Corns Removed  - By Foot Bath  - 'Take a minute' night - ana morning  to apply>. Putnam's Corn Extractor.  Follow later by a hot foot bath, and  on* drops the "corn Or callous Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor brings  that glorious feeling���������it.stops the pain  with the first applications. ^Costs little. - You will find it absolute perfection. See if this is not 30. Take  only "Putnam's." , Sold by all druggists.  "_,--**-  Comfort Baby s Skin  With Cuticura Baths  Don't let your baby suffer or fret:  because of ratafees, eczemas, irritation*' or Itching. Orive him a -warm  bath, using Cuticura .Soap freely.  Then anoint affected part* withjCu-  ticiira OInti_em. Ths daily, use of  Cuticura - -does much to prevent  these distressing* troubles.  gri*-- S&e*. Seas fea> MMl. A-rfrass Ceaadfsa  Otpbtz .'*jD-nie������-f������, r. O.E������z SUC. -bnttMS.-  fttey. Boea-ge.OIata-*-t_"m-dS������a.Ta*e<B_ES������.  Miaa������     Trr ������������������or n������w S_������-inv Stick.   -..  A  Valuable  Paperweight  Want Livy's Manuscript  , The famous "Livy manuscript, discovered bvn the "-Island * of Capri by  Pjrof. Alexander Fusco, is being sought  by British and- United States publishers, according, to reports irr circulation.  It is said an offer of a million dollars  has been made for it *-The manuscript is said to cpntain a "description  of-the founding.of Carthage.   ..  before trials should* be restricted ,to  Official statements -by the police and_  Crown -Attorney, -This would in no  wfety interfere with-the freedom- of the  press, he declared. Publicity should  be delayed then until the trial in order-  that the oiHciai instruments of justice  may have a chance to operate. The  Chie*"SJus������lce said that public sympathy or hostility towards an accused  person might Influence a jury in its  c-etermiiiatioh'.Qf guilt.  ''' Such restriction," ���������' continued Chief  Justice; M-afrti-, -if "imposed, must, ,or  course, be B^-attce.d' by full publicity at-  the trial itself.- 'That would assure a  -judicial system adapted to 'the .public  need and safe" for 'the public good���������  limitation of publicity before the trial,  accompanied by a complete publicity  at the trial itself." '"  By  Alternative npas Add  To Smokers' Satisfaction  r Clark's Beans With Pork  Why-spend time and fuel preparing  honfe-made Deans, when you can have  Clark's Beans! with Pork wKich are always perfectly cooked and are ready  to -heat andvserve: ^- A ���������..    .    ,-.- ���������!: u-A-.-". ���������- ��������� -:  ���������'Let the iDlark Kitchens help you."  There jato- 33,500 forest fires 'eve������y  yeai;. in the United States, and more  than seven million acres are burned,  with, a loss of over $16,000,000, according to a reportU>( tho United States  Forest Service*. :.  A Corrector ������"..Pulmonary troubles..  ���������Many-testimonials could be presented showing, tlie great efficacy of Dr.  Thomas* Eclectric Oil- in coivj-ecting  disorders of the respiratory processes,  but "the best testimonial, is expertence  and the Oil Is recommended to all' who  suffer from these disorders ylth ..the  certainty that, they will find relief, ft  will allay. Inflammation in the brohV  chial tubesT A--.    -,. 3  -"IT you are a heavy smoker/' says  an old-time pipe expert, "you will find  it real economy and pleasure to keep  several pipes in use."  The reason for these, alternative  pipes is obvious. When one., pipeful  is finished that pipe should be -laid  aside and a fresh and cool pipe, charged; with good tobacco���������like Macdoni  aid's -Brier���������-should be started instead  of using the hot pipe .agaij-t.^... Filling  tip a! hot pipe and .'using It^again'at  onjee, even with so excellent tobacco  aj*if BRIER, dpestno.tv'rtlo justice tp the  pipe or to the 4 smoking- satisfaction  ppsjsible to be derived fiywn "The; To  blScco with a heart." "_ "  y-!iPipes should be cool to start and the  best w:ay to insure this is to keep several, pipes in use and & "plentiful supply "of" that favorite BRIER.  World's    Largest" Sapphire    Used  Mohammedan*! Official  The world's / largest sapphire,  weighing ten .ounces, and valued at  more than $25,000, is being exhibited  at Wembley Exhibition.  I������_4|>_ intricately, carved in the form  of an ear-ornament, and' must original-.,  ly have been about twice its present  size.      It was discovered in the hopae  of a Mohammedan official in Hyderabad State, _where it was    used   as    a  "paperweight, by Mr. Wak-^fieldlvDire'e-*.  tor-General pf Re-wenuo, who "was~t"������hM  that .the 'children i.of _ the-- family"* had.r  pTayed with-it as they would with ordinary stones. --'__.  It  was  eventually  sent to "England  and arrived at Wembley a^short time  (ago, and is shown   -in -  the ~ Bombay  Court of the Indian-Pavilion.  ������������������ The stone has a>-long ..and romantic  history. - It was formerly an ornament on a Buddha belonging .to the,  Ballaia kingst of South India in the  twelfth century/ It was"then; handed  down from one conqueror' to 'another  until It camo into the hands of Tippo  Sahib, who-gave it as^a' present to the  ancestors of the official in who"se house  It was found. - v  Chew it after/  ~ epenj^Jftvisl  appetlte  &_���������������_  afid_i- _tiaestioi_.  HS    _!_������1_E<5S   ~*0_I���������*  Rood doyoamore  gootlm jpiofe how  fit fffel-cwes-frfa-t -stulffy Seel_m0  afitex- "besBr.'V-eatlns-  teetia*  iweeS e-B s  breat- ant"  r-a-ftfttiejio-dar  MennonLtss Buy Laud  It is understood that during the past  three weeks~no l<s>s than 36.0&3 acres  .of- farm, lands., In Saskatchewan, and  Alberta have been sold to-the newly-  appointed Menonnite Land Settlement  Board for the placement of Menu on-  ites expected to arrive shortly in-  Western Canada.  Painless and perfect ln'tlieir action,  Miller's Worm Powder- are alivdys'a  aiife and reliable remedy for children  Who show symptoms of worms. TIie.se  symptoms m'o'. _a������ily recognlzablo In a  feverish restlessness, frequently ending In conVulslons. A point of npt-  able Importance ia. that after Millefs  Worm;   powders    lmvoy.expolled   the l.vjfo,      threo HCh0iershJps aiimmHy for  worms, thf. stomach nnd  bowels are 7_��������� _���������_,...  ^_y _.���������_ .._!,.....  Gift  To University  University      of      British     -Columbia  Receives Sum  Providing. For  Scholarships  Hon. W. C, Nichol, Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia, hap made a  gilt  of  $18,000 "to   the  University  of  British Columbia, to bo used In pro  '.'{" Fort McMurray Salt Industry  yThp salt Industry plant at Fort McMurray Is expected to cpmiiiericosliipr  ping its products ^during; this 'month'.  The salt vein which has been cn-  cc-untered is eighth-four" feet" thick and  \vas reached nl: a depth of Ovo'huti-  ^Xpd feet. ^._,      _..;.|  toned up .Into u.veryhealt-hy condition.  Sugar  Beet Refinery  A form or notice regnrdln-; the es-  UvblJshmeht of a suKer*  refinery    at  Portnge la Pralrlo is' belnfj, circulated  In  counoctl->h  with.which.lists .linvo  been    propoi-ed    from a, canvas with'  farmers' nainos and acreages of augur  l.**e'-" whieh thoy mhtht plnnt,  ,,���������,������rr.���������-=.:n;.,,,,l:r .:,:������������������..,:__  U^c  a period oC five year." to enable unlvci  slty nraduato- to pursue studies at  French universities. Each of tlio  scholarships^ of the value of $.1,200.  The object sought is stated to bo tho  bringing about of ia closer li'nil'eratand-  ihg - Jietween the British nnd I"ronclV  races in Canada,  FOR"-'*'"'' ,(\'  -'CHOLERA   INFANTIM?9  THE   FATAL   DISEASE  OF CHILDREN  MOTHERS   SHOULD   USE  7 ;-';/  ;���������,  ,"' -  Ten' Million   Cigarettes  Seized  Dominion Goveroment. - Loses Hifge  ! .Sum Through Loss of Taxatio'n.-. -'  ;.' rA'tew d"**ys\ago the Cusi/oms officials  at Brockville forwarded to Ottawa  about ten million-cigarettes of American ma*-iufa.cture, -..whieh". had been seized :aV that- poin-t?"*-"- ' !"--:>  Tnis large quantity was collected in  the ,space of a little over two months.  . Those best infoimed on the subject  claim that there ai-e "froik five hundred  million to Bpyen-hunclredjiniiliou cigarr  ettes smuggled from the United  States Into Canada annually, replacing an equal quantity of. cigarettes* of  CJanadifin ������-anufacture..  r'Tlio!'selzurjkTh ide at Brockvilto dur-.  ing the past two months wouicl seem  to indicate thai this estimate Is, If  anything, below rather than above the  marl-.  Five hundred , million cigarettes  ���������brought ui_] awfully Into Canada re pi* e-  senta a loss in tax to the Dominion  Government of the ,huge sum -Pf  $3,655,000.  ..  -   Will   I3s*i   Medicine   Hat  Tile  The Medicine. Wat Clay Products  Company'' has received a contract lor  some thousands of tons of tile for use  In "the reconstruction of the Lake  Louise Chateau.  ^ Always'.incjpciejs;  s^^^;W:yrl^ip!H:i  NIGHTy  MORNING (sI  CLEAN    CLEAE  AND   KEALTWV  Wanai ������0������v mum. at* car.* not,. ,������������i.i������i>ia rt.c-nr, *������f  W.    N.    U.  1511  ' lncre.-1-e lo Mineral Production  Metallic mineral* yiroductlon In Can'  nda durliiaj the six mouths ending  June, 1924. *ihow;o<l.a 20 per cent, advance ovor the yaluo roportod\for iho  corresponding period In .1023, according, to the half yearly report just Is'-  nuod from.the Bareuu of SlatlstlCR.  a a -,,������������������... i,���������.      a   j... r....... i       ,f    ...      r> ... . . ',  >'ilii������>U u      ���������.. <���������>������������������.������.ii _      jut       a>|iaa4tll4>  Bruises  \  REEDS-RATTANS  Vox aft purposes. iv\������o Tr������y 3>ottom*-.  Braids. Ora-ses.* clc. ������������ Kiml������.*i*_.uricii  re������ds ������ specialty.   ���������  Writ-s for prW-d Hat and s������t-ot" snm-  ���������"p!C3i::     ���������       ������������������-'���������'"   ,-""'���������'-    .-���������'���������  .".-������������������       ���������.:.   E. T. CARTER & CO.  Direct  Importers  ei-71 Wellington St. W., Toronto, Can.  Manitoba Butter For England  An order for n.OOO boxes, contalninB  5*3 -1 pounds'each, of creamery butter.  1irs boon received !5y Manltob-v-'iVonil  England.. The value or the shipment  Ih approximately "������100,000 and will be  tlio second consignment of imsalted  butter to be exported overseas from  tills province.  MONEY ORDERS  Send a Dominion Express Money Ortl������x.  Thcx'. a*- :iKiyaUl<j toveryvvlttsre.      x  IL"    '     ' .'".    '   "    ,l| l    i'i      ������aaa���������������nan           i in .  LADJES WXNTED���������TO DO PLAIN  br light seaVlnK at home. Whole  or spare time. Good pay. Work  sent any distance. Charges paid.  Send stamp for particulars. National  Manufacturing Co., 'Montreal...: ,, .  Many have boor" relieved of corns by  I-Iollowtvy'H Corn Remover. It has a  power"of. Its' owi  thnt will be found  effoclivo.  YOU'VE  TWUEO THE   BEST  NOW  BUY  THE   BEST  -. *,.\  ThiH yalun-blb propafTilfclon hn.fi hot-h  on the markef; for tbe .pout 80kympta,  and Iuih no bqiial for' offwottinn* tho  yonuti-iK, purging and diarrhoc-a of  cholera .iirfnntum. .."  Pnt up only hy Th������ T. "M". Ihi.ri~. C<*������  Limitod. Toronto^ Ont.  BelplanD For Canada  "Thousands pf Belgians nro waiting  to cross tho Atlantic to- Canada, aa  noon ns the Dominion ean asalhitlate  tliom," nocojMlln.i. to the statement of  A. 1>. Ttuwliiison, Canadian * Pacific  Rnllwnj"puBseng.er agent for Belgium.  M'hard*- Llnlmorit for Dandruff  There fa a t-taier h-andKna Mewca-llo co.--"  In every tovwn In Western Canada. Loan  tor him.   TMK   NK^'lriti-NCH ' MM CDV.  THERAPION NO. 1  THERAPION NO.2:  THERAPION No,'3  Mo. I tat -lutd-ett' Ctttarrlt.   Ito. _ Tor Uloott Or  B-tn OiM������Ma.  Mo.JlorCl-r_nl<--Wealiirt(-������������t������.  ������.r������i t������ mv t.ts������r������(*.-3 nairiJisi ������.trni<"at rt r.aii.i.4Miv3������.  IV.   I   * f-i mmr VI. I    r- .  1<������������������r������r^W l������.l   ������\   W.. I  nn,t.-.M  ������vr"J*lllOI. t Olt-mW. ra(-������r-i-.K.,T������ii,isio.ui.������  ������rf #.. aaKJ-vi������?������ isnti. N������w Wu-v, CUT-  "W������������aM  mwtmmttmim TME ���������SgES_"������_f I  THE CRESTON REVIEV.  ������, Issued every Friday at Creston, J3.C  Subscription: "52.50 a year -in advance.  $3.06 tb U.S. pointe.  C F. Hatbs. Editor and Owner,  ORESTOK,  B.C.. FK-DAT. NOV. 28  Just as Bad Elsewhere  One he&rs so mtiojbi tliese tiroes  of how Creston*s young folks are  getting out of hand in various dir  ection? that it might appear- as if  some good people were of the  opinion that'Creston was almost in  & class by itself, in ^this respect.  For the consolation of any such  sorrowful souls the following from  t-he latest- issue of the Vernon News  is respectfully submitted.  There has recently been a wave  of nneasines and alarm throughout this district at the spirit of  recklessness which seems to be  permeatiug the young people of  the present day, and which is  causing considerable worry to  parents of boys and girls- who  are reaching the age of development from girlhood and boyhood  of that of young men and you rig  ladies. There was a time, -in  Vernon at any rate, when parents were entirely free from'any  worry of this kind. Young folks  might go at wiii, either day or  night, without fear of any eril  happening to* them. likewise-  all dances were so conducted, and  the young men so imbued with  such a spirit of 'respect for  womanhood,, that none would  appear at one of these affairs with  even an odor of liquor, much lees  noticeably under its influence. . . .  If all will interest themselves in  this    matter,    and  take  a  firm  stand, the whole atmosphere can  be cleared irr a very   short  time...  And as the season  is  Just commencing, the "thane  ia now!    I_et  us start the seas-fti ������_? right, and  then stay, with  it!   L������t  the old  saying be again brought forward,  whi6b used to be <suite  common,  ."Have al! the'fun yesi* -wasst bift  don't get gay.9*,   No  one  wishes  to deprive youth of pleasure *s.nd_-  enjoy ment, but  there is   no need   _������.:_   ...������  \JM  ���������u: I  MIIU  .������._      ������.,-���������  _.._,:____  nuiuu  approved bv one and alL  Misrepresents Highways  With   the  exception  of the few,  extreme partizans with   whom it is  Always an open season for irresponsible as  -well as the sane-, sort  of  utterance   in   an   effort   to   make  -ru-l-v ft-*_>-** 1   Aonii-al     ������_--v4-!_������������-. _-���������   __������__-,   *������__imw_l*  sfKUUcu-wu.    x-p-_ag^*e������-^s^    _o*ws/.*._-__.*-������s^    fct-as������ sj    t-w^is W  ie expressed that   in his 'speech on  !'the address���������as * fjublsshed last  . week���������Col. Lister should have, so  deliberately misrepresented the.situation here in connection with  roads when he stated that *'in^ his  riding they were so had that 25 per  cent= *������? the fruit- was 'spsilvd is  transit to the railway -for shipment." "N  Iw the Valley"-- the road -sHuavsoiioj to zhs'^gos, an���������  is so familiar and, in' the -main,   so  measure, fo good-highways thell924  fruit crop was got to the point-of  shipment ii^ the" shortest "time ever,  ��������� -*��������� ������        w_  and on the authority of Inspector  Fletcher; never -, in the - Valley's  history. has tfc_e crop come in in  etter shape. ,~  T-.  * With the-ekee'ption of the Canyon  area, where hardly more than -W  per cent, originated, this year's  i������*"_ppie Crop was"moved almost- iri^iCs.  entarity over-hard surfaced roads,  whilst %t Wynndel, where the'soft  fruit tonnage is moat in evidence*  it can be safely, said road conditions  were never quite so good as for the  1924-shipping season.  Just why the local member, who  in* private "life- doubtless considers  himself .as good ra, booster for Cres  ton Valley ai3 there is going^and a'  rviftio'Hci^aKia    ������������<���������,_<__,*���������   ra������    wv**\rumrtj*r JBJS1  ���������a_-W-���������._>tj_>_.-*c_i^ir a& ~���������. ��������� ������������������t,'^- SWaM^s^-W^-��������� fc^Tti "������** "** B-*���������*������*"   ""^a*        "���������������������������-������  w_H, should so   maliciously ^.black-  guard   his    eunstituency   is    past  understanding.  _   During his first four years in the  legislature, under' the  leadership of  Mr. Bowser, in his inexperience one  would  nbty he   surprised    at   Col.  doing all-it * might, - has certainly  given "the Crest-on district reasonably eonsiderHtibh when one remembers the ff&yst words * of appreoiatioss  that have/ to date, escaped the lips  of-lie-lDe^-rep^^nt^tive. !7 .  _ If any private citizen had: gotten  into.print with sue!.* atoyuncalled  . for slander .inost" likely-: a special  session of tne board of trade would  ore forced   to   live   at .Rossland" and  drive down to work every day.  Cranbrook is'offering-its discarded  steam power electric light plant for  sale at $12.GG-3. y^; -  l" *      "^ ' .. "{"- -*" *        -~\mK*^ *���������      m* "it      Vv-*  At CrAnfo-rbbk this y&v^f IJ^fcer--  son garage efoiros to hayesoll_b_l Fo_4e  as-i"^M-ei-^<������_iliiB-Wtj__i-^' *'-" >--'.'_."-:'" '-^  - ��������� ��������� ^ _. ^^_ f      ^  To  d_te   Kaslo  1���������i���������iin       *pB���������_  8^������*g*^r������La  straight cars of ^rpp|e������, besides '������bonfc  700' boxes  ������hat ^ feav-a- roq������ ^iut   by  nave oeen suminoneci  and tnstruc* j expre^,ar>d in l*&$ thoB tttt^To&d iots.  tions given une punnoiii>yj3ommii.a>ee  to go the limit in onntradieting the  misrepresentation, ybufc -, in Jbhe  absence of aotion in that quarter  probably more effective results will  be had if members of .the Conservative es'-outive. AiiOjntiie maj<irity  "i v.,-.- .   - ���������     itsuua  of cases fee! anything   but flattered [\922. supply offwetness- that went 1.62  reasonably satisfactory, that there  is no occasion to even attempt  refutation, but for the benefit of  readers elsewhere, and? out of  respect for the not 5.t.kss_d_y consideration received from thn minister of public works, it will do no  harm to recall that this year Creston Valley harvested the "biggeWt  crop in its history and due, in some  a*b"this   latest .outbreak   of their inches.  member, will at as early a dat&as     The   GMZette   says   Grand  possible takethe colonel to one side torcherds -*"*������<_ seVerel'*-* !-%���������������_  An tipple tree-ifit the EVeiek^ garden,  at Grand *__tork-Hp   bearfelrtrya> second  ^* r������i*-*- *���������* .-^..        fm-^,'W^       *"% j-**--        ���������  (crop which wiH. l������ Jrta*turei'4f silrUible  weatherprevaila. bythe^idare^f the  nsonth.'  The Qct/ober rainfall **.t Kaslo-was  just a . little -.over three and* a -half  inches, as compared with an October,  and very forcibly impress upon him  the wisdom of. ojiserying the old  time slogan,- "If you can't, boost,  don't knock"j in addition to wbiob  the Review would remind   thai.fc'a  Forks  h*v the  great drouth this year, and' the present  abundant supply of niobture is most  welcome. - **  ���������aVT������fc������aa*)������������,--a������ aa*a. faUff -*-  *.-i-t������������ lutniM    _������������>-  ,"ths S_S_���������- Soo-assay  district   forester,   bas   lesighejl- that  positiob; anS WSll *4a_e -on the job of  a poor sort of   bird that  fouls  ita   woods foreman for  the -BfC.; Spruce  own nest.  TT   ���������      .       ~- * -  *_: a.*.--    ^ _*_  4.���������   I  ua_p  serve partis.an   -ends,   but   in    this  legislature, with  four years service  k~.   *1 - ,^,~ I       I  ������ cttjaxaa?  seniority amongst the Conservative  members from the  Kooteu&y���������and  due to a, splendid  military    record  *���������amp Lister Lands  seriously mentioned as the logical  returned .soldier representative in a  possible Conservative sdanirsistra--  tion ih the - province���������the local  member should be thoroughly  ashamed of himself for resorting to  this style of sniping on an administration  which,  while possibly not      _fli    Miiii&iiiC?  fur  _CiliPiliIli&   I S?is������  VUV11   tHI    inppilfV   IU1    VIll|l|JIII^/bUlU������  JLa*.  . . In order to take care of orders already   booked I  will; be needing several  thousand boxes of Apples for winter shipping and I would like to hedit. fsoia grow--"  era who bave apples in  storage who5. would~like  to immediately receive - tjie top  pricse for their fruit as well as fair charge for storage so that I can (ill a!!-������y~orders.  Company at Lumberton.  pncse  -���������  ^JL . _    1L  juet ifie near ii-o__ you as to tue varieties and quantities you have to se".    Ss.y Bpot  cash prices will please you.  Until further notice I am paying 50 cents a dozen for fresh Eggs in large or  small quantities. -  I am also in the market for a considerable supply of Beef Cattle.  Whiist we are pfcyltiK^uYTeeiieeto  to the local sncmSter r,& harns can  come of requesting him to change  his tune when' discusslsBg C&csp  Lister affaire ir. public,, ^ ^���������m<  -__ For five sessions.now he has been  telling-*ta"ie8 of woe in' consneotion  with the soldier-farmer area fop.the  most part overdrawn and always of  a sort that directly iniured the-area'  and, iii "many* cases, refleeted* none  too;credi|ably on the -whole Creston  district*:  - His latest plea for  ������ revaluation  of the soldier forms down to present  sympathize, with, but too .much  publicity in that directian may not  be equally as-beneHcnnl   to .either  I'local residents,_ particularly if the  present satisfactory^., year in. the  oj^hard districts-pre^ueea aii i���������0u*_  of pros������>eetive land buyera" .   -  From what we can gather probably $3000 would be considered a  ^fair valuation by the "Lister men on  CHAS. llflQQg-lE, O.E.  5P^|-*lE5a   ,AJl4-'>ilT_CT  " IBVinVEVOB  Pianoforte, Organ ana  Smgsng Lessons  AR1HUR COLLIS, Creston  P.O.JSt������7m  Loyal OriigB Los^i Jo. 209&  J-eetsTHIKD THUBSDAX of  - each   month , at - Mercantile  *   Hall.    Visitiug brethren cordially invited.      - -  smTrawjni at ct#^^_r        zaJCHaKVa -uuou-ia,   <rr.  Greston Galley JProduce Gonapan^?:  ':.. iALF. NEl!4^N, MiMWger--    "''   .    '*���������     '���������''.  4-r������������---|tt*     _���������*_   _*__*a-������_-    af-f-  m ������������������_������__.--_������������������������  ���������V  V-aVaM-Sa-aVjr  a_������-___f*____  Tlie change nf the weather calls for a change of cl-tliieig;  Watson's Underwear for Women and Children  in Combination Suits, Vests, and Drawers in a variety of weights,  lighter weights in Cotton, sleeveless, for evening wear.  Penman's Hosiery includes the celebrated "Depehdon'  1-1 rib for Boys and Girls in black only  Jju\i&H and Gtris Hose in silk and wool 1.00 to $1.25, in several shades.  Mein s silk and wool and all wool Sox 65c to $1.00 per pair.  We are ������e&taring the reliable JAEGER line of AI!������  Ww! Hosiery for Women srad M������n    ;::  Our prices rule in Creston as Montreal and Toronto.  Se us for Mens Sweaters and Underwear. ���������  If yon knit see our lines of Yarn, including Cosoy, Corticelli's Australene,  SySvcrgleam, Saxony ������nfJ Fingering. "���������' ���������   .  '���������-..j,; I.:*.,.,,: ,'j.vr  B_P Wm ^toZ   _  LIMITED  mfmm of;  _y    1   yr  --c:^-  house and five acres to orchard, or  an average of $150 per acre. With  that established as a government  standard of land prioes here wh&t is  going to happen to the holder of  improved places closer in who may.  find it necesaary to sell and who  b'i.n make out\ja. good . case inyfaybr  of his price of from $000 an acre up  Here ia a case, where 7e ven a. iittie  publioity of the Col. Lister- sort  mayf,well be a, .dangerous thing. , 7  In connection lyith affairs at the  area figures tabled in the legialafture  a few days ago indicate that .the  men are making a, much better  showing tharj-^mpst of us were led  to believe, thenreturn showing that  of thirty-three owners sixteen--had  met their interest payment in full  fgr 1Q23 and seven had paid in part,  whiist nt the end off October : this  year only $3500. of current year's  interest was unpaid.  By all means get the men their  land at the right price, but the  colonel should 'be reminded, that  fruit land at any price ia a poor investment unless the crop oan he  marketed at a profit, and to assure  a continuity of the latter Creaton  riding will appreciate less hard  timer- talk and more, constructive}  effort in thai) direction. ���������  PRE-EMPTIONS .    Z  . Vacant,       unreserve-.        ourtwsyod  j-qwu Saads umSj? he prs-^syptsd hy *  ��������� ^-ItiBh eub^eeta.,over IS years ot age.  --n_ by "aUe_e"'*on* deelarlz&B Intention  o   become  British   subi������cts,- con������il-.  ionat   upon   resl-ence,    occupation.  tSSaa      mSSmP. vr������a__������iCZ������t      J^Gi!       K������������������CSSa������aSS*������������  lurposes. .      ^   ���������  Ftsll In-ormatfon eonc������niiis rearu-  given In "^aUetin NoT *U X-ana Series,  'How to  ','<������<-������inpt Land,**- copies of  which can be'obtained free or chftrse  ������y  addressing -ihe    Department    o.  iAnds, Victoi_l_, B.CI, or to any Ctov--  .'������������������ )ir_mcQtr Ascnt.;.-y 7.������������������-.-.;��������� :y...y yA-^y:"-,- 7  Recordtt wiU   bo crante^7covw-l--iS  ���������nly  land __ttablo   for    a������-ricultur������J  i>urpoaea, and which ;i������ hot timber- "  and,-j ;!.������;���������"' carrylnir over 6.000 board K  feet per acre weet ol the Coast Bange  imd , 8,000 -feet per. acjre east ��������� of that  ...-.Range,-::..- A^^^AAAA'-kA'tAA^A^  Application* for pre-emption* are  u  be addrea-ied to tbe "Land Coki-  llaatoher of the taand Recording: "Dl -  lalon, la which t"ie land appUed-for  "._ -situated, and are made on printed  "orniit copies ofrwhich  cajft-be ob--  ained from the "_and ConusaiMloner.  Pre-emption* muit .be* oeciipted for  tlvo ycaarsi 'and ' lnaprovesao������.t_ made  co value  of $10 per acre,  including  3learlna: and cultivating at. least five  ' -ecores,i'befere. a. Crown Grant can be:  : 7-ei-aj^yediy.    7xJ^;; !"���������'.....,.7"  .'__������ more detailed information nee  ; the    Bulletin    -"How    to    Pre-empt  ir.mmmmS.m-r--~:^'A'    J ,"-  ,0. l>URflHA������E *  Applications are reoelved for pur-  chas������ .of., vacant ' and ���������nref*a-rve<*  Crown, lands, not belne* tlmberland.  for SKrlcultural purposes: ,m.nimum  price of -irst-olatis (arable) land la f S  per aer������v and ���������ocond-cUuie <crra-ln������>  land M.B0 per acre. Further Information regardlner* purchase or lease  of Crown' lands ��������� te. ^iveh In' B _Uet!"3 '  No. l(ty I_ond Beries, "Puroiuiuie and  Le^e.of GK>vra X*nd������." " ".'**'.���������'  Mill, factory, or industrial Jrttea on  timber land/not exceeding 40 acres,  may be ptirchaaed or leaaod, - the conditions      Includtn-.       payment       of  ' etumpave.  .       HOMEttlTE   LBA8Ee  Un������urvoyed areaei, not cxcoedlner "20  aoreig may 00 loaned as homesites,  conditional ,upon a dwelllns ' bclns  ot-^^tytJ. jj-j the fl.'ail y������an-, iatlu bc���������u^  obtmihabU after rMiden.cc and lm-  MprO������iim%t ooridltSona are fulfilled  .and land has been surveyed.  * *.';  LBA8K0  3-BS  mf  All tho ehurches at Orunbroolc are  uq1'3*������j>{s fi������t- &kb AruillDtlc*- _wwlj_a In th,&  And I tori um on Bundny night November 0th. ,  It now transpires that the two  '-white1" deer eccn by huntern In the  Slonnftrn Ferry country thin month are  a buck and doe'caribou.  1 "he New! gaya rent*, are so high at  j*i*������*. 1 Vmlttli tmnti   Luauia - aa    truw    r.iii'twttti  Ifpr urai-lnK and l^duatrlal pur-  poaea areas' not'eiwi-aedlnir 6*0 aeren  may ba leased by, one person or h  company. v  .-.     1 .-     ���������     -- "'GRAZING- '.-'.      "   Z-  Under the Oraalnar Act the "Pnov-  inoe ia divided Into vraslnff dlstiictc  and tbe ran-jfo administered under 1  Or&Klnc Cominlasloner. AnnupJ  (rraElnff permits are lsaued baaed en  numbers ranired, priority i>c-ln*r iHven  to ostnbllslM-d owners. Btoclc-owner������  may form aasoclatlons for ranKc  manaiiremabt. .Free, or partially free,  normits -era avalJabla .for aettiera,  :iunper������  and   travellers,   up   to   ten  4%mmA  N. IjBIJIflJIlpnmfcai-Miiiitiiiiui^^  I, ... ...,.....::...',.'..".""  Local aim Personal  hjs   credit,    being  high  G������8mm������Lr,MM&SAiBJM&&$& mm  TPBAilWi  Pigs, Fo*** " SA������jB-t*l .weel-s old,  Yorkshires, eight, of them,' and ��������� .will  sell right.**, ���������feo.^ Hood. Creston.  .    "7������.   ���������* ' '- _L*     -.������-*--     .   ,  Mrssr^KnJtbwaifc-left on Tuesday ������or  Mbhti*ea*,;jfco_ Vhrieh. city, she .was sum-  wa-u������i by- wirej^due "to   the   serious  illn-*as o������he������ brother. .   _  *__'*fca������<a-*-'I2VMr������' fltA-a-io" 4   -��������������� -._-a    _____    ?_._!_  --dija.hrja.a2UH. au a^jaa.   ������ wp^mgmm- _r    jr*"������_.o     easily   -Will  work.-drive <������'-* cam be ������-s������*������-i "��������������������� s^d'He  horte". Will seit? right. A. Anderson,  Victoria Ave^^ Creston. ^���������  '"   -  For-**the~,i_Mnd-.y������   off  ihe   Advent  season  Rev. H.TVttrley   announces   a-  series of sertuohs' im the- creed  at the  everiing*s-H'vicet������ti*' Christ Church.  . Fob"    SALK-_&jgiste_*e_     Vauzh'atl  bacon. type-Berkshire   brood  sow,*'18  iiwmt-hs old, goodysu'-ther^ prolific and  1 gentle.    !_������. T. Xeveque, Eriekson.  T    -Mrs. M. -Winch.* who has been here  I For the past week tanking after proper-  ������-v   "snfiMWM*ts_3"-L Zt-5~a_   rc&Ui-iie-d    ic>  with three to  gun.  ��������� Mrs. F. C.Rodgers entertained a  company of lady fiiendsafc* whiet oiu  Wednesday-evening at which the high"  score was ma'de by Mrs. Mcdaren,. *ai_d  the consolation .trophy fell to7 Mra.  (Corp.) Smith, four tables of players  competing.' -Kefs*eahsne������_is -were served.  and'thea&air was thoroughly enjoyed  by all. "������������������-     ;    .    - -  Mrs. Henderson *as  2ro^_afternr*-m  hOatcaa nt VUtirb wil'st OU   "V"v"edn#sdHy,  Ht which-five tables of players" -competed and the'high score prizes going  to-Mrs. R. ,B? Staple-* v-ho-wnj. -sss the  cut with'Mis. W^K. Brown. Following" cards there was music'and reffresh-  taents nnd tht* afternoon" pussed most  pleasantly for all. **  Bl  -" from Winnipeg to JV. St.JFahrt. N.B.k  "/ **  &������������������%: &&&* Zndkmnsl &ih  ���������   -    "~ ^_>ireet4;ovthe ship's side."     "'���������?*.  ���������a -    ~ _. - - it ^"J " ^ -   ~ ~ ~ ^ ~"  JFor sailing S.S; Montclaire Dec. S for Liverpool.  S.S. Monuaurisr; Dec. 12  tt>.  *������  THROU-IIP TOURIST  SLEEPERS  To MP. _$������. JoSm9 N.B.. leave MedicinezHafe&JiO a.m.  I  Dec.  Dee.  Bee.  Dec,  Dec.  ,   for S,8.^Mbntclare sailing Dec^ ������  to Liverpool.7- -  8 forJS.S. Minnedofa Railing, Dec. .1������ to Cherbourg.  ���������   -- ^   . ���������   " Soitthttmpton. Antwerp,  -?��������� -for S.S.-Metagama sailing Dec II to Belfast. Glasgow.  8 fbr S.S..Montlaurier _al!sn������?-!Dee. J2- to .Liverpool." \  IS for S.S. Monoalm sailing DecC 16 to Liverpool.  Full information from any Agent of the  AOiAIM P_AOIFIO  MFSPAN5. THE WORLD %r     "' -;  . ���������  ������*.U"nKi3_  SK������ IKS ^^.���������..UK.  Spokff      _  t>pend the -wjnte'r.  y, where they will  that there should be, dances "every  second Friday, with the-<he-et hop  scht*diiied for December 5th. At tbe  eiBssson two cakes.:������*��������������������� rajuSed nnd _*.  collection taken in connection with  fchejChildren's I"?__i- <_*h_ist_U5.s enter--  tainmentand $5.-75 waH're&Jis*ed.  X6TSS  Sealed tenders-will be received by toe "Slinis.  .^r cf ___ua st "Vicusfsv <"*>t Isfeaa* tsan seen on  the *_b <_ty of "9ecentbee,'19���������L fbr tbe paxchase  of License XEtT86_ to cat 1,085,000 feet of l-mat-  ac. Yellow. Pine, White 1-lne, Fir, And Cedar,  on atr~arsa about 5 miles west of fee town of  -__cConn*_L Kootenay District.  Two (2) yean- will be allowed fo-* -removal  "Present indicati<ins are that Creaton j^^fe jwrticalara of Oie <-hief -Forester.  "Valley s VSta* annle croo- will   rn*������ ���������ve������*^'������Vi<sft������>--!a= B-G== *zs Di������**lct "res-Ester-C-aabrssak.  close to 200,000 boxes. * At the  first of   8-������-  Auglistthe-estim.tte   was���������as   low   at*  125.000'. bo-es. Heavy "rains that  month is what saved tbe day. Straw*  bcrriars will br- as he,."y a. ylel-j������ as a  *s;  Ha-? Fob*. S^K^-Cne stack "*������f hay,  chiefly *"red top^ price $90; half -%-tack,  $50. Also ajiniijtc-d quantity of baled  Any at 817 a.tc*������h^*t farsn. t Terms cash.  Apply to C _t1ahvHe������latiiation Fau-iu.  HOKSBS FOR SAX."-���������Twelve head" of  horses-Call I-own), big, and ���������-small ones,  fat ones,, old-ones, "young ones. Priees  $50 fco $250. -."Also 14 "sets douhli-  liarness.    J. B. "Winlaw. Duek Creek*.  m.T~   ^^t  For Sale���������BiiJ? cage-, paTi-* goose  feather.pilloww,. large wash-tub, large  di8hpsn^������'������s"sts_jM-aiJu ivB.������ei"*efc, Cabie.  cooking .ntensijsi:" one pair pqrtirere  cuvtaiM*?, 3 jp^irll-ieiSisisreRights, wi������h  good 'tank arid' -wite; set *hist������������rical  *l������ook������ by Mori-Is.'  Mrs. W. K. Brown,  W..*      i���������.    .....~m-    _l^Tt-_._-  uuir    aaa    aa������t-a_.  JiabuSf-  jtiiDva* tiue  ct-op is lighter than in 19t^3.  Postmaster*- G|hbs-^-essinds that to  ensure before-Chruttutas delivery -all  Old Country parcels should" be miiiled  within the next few daays. Effective  November 15'therejs a slight rafiW on  the overseas pas-ceL'post irate* it-now  co-ating 24- cents to send a., one-pound  parcfel. The five-pound i*ate"is 06"c������?>nt:s,  and the maxhmim-"of 11 "pounds costir  *S2.fti. - ��������� _ ���������V~  ii  j_t_  -tl.,! , ���������*.  5aSaaaaaa=a!=gia!;"1!- * '   '       _-    SSSSS^SmS (m      ��������� jj     _^ _ =���������?=  ���������Ill * -��������� .i.r    . "l'"l '"      "      "     ' '. _ '    ���������  B   >:vviiliy   laV; .**W������|-  -Meat Pvierchants  VS-Vi  -���������s.3rt.  -"-"-^Ct--  Shamroctt  '"\-* ���������   -;-'-'jraYjo*oR_  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  '. An economical dish, easy to serve. .^      -  ~ Brana HAM, BACON and LARD  V-    GLEND.ALE CREAMERY BUTTER   ! _* * ,  ^   government graded, highesr. quality.' -       "  .:        AFRESH and CURED FISH  ..'A \    -._, all varieties. .    '    - n  CAcree-af BEE*, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  ; ,      BURNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD ~  increAs-B egg production and produces better poultry.    Buy the*beaf.  '    - i_  C. W. Allan, manager of lhe Ini-  l������eri I"BanSs^Iei^ os������ "Thursday - iast.for  Tor������������nto, Ont-tt-io.'^whes-e hejwill attend  the amnial Mit*etin"g of the bank ������*hare  holders.'and wilC-be away a couple of  weekt>.-'-"En bisr absence Mr. Mai-cksey,  ji-ccountant at the- Nelson branch, is in  charge here. ���������<"''--  '- Owing *to aty least one counter  attraction -the dam-e io the Parish  Hall on Friday ~_nrght- -was not as  largely, at tended "a*. ustial. The M-iit-itr  w-is hy Miss Jan Hall and Alex.  Litigate, with an excellent 'lunch, and  those present-report one of the best  times of the" season"! ���������--    '  It -ypii* are interested in* bargain  prices im stove -pipes, fittings, valves,  or any thing.e!se__-..su"-l_y fbund__in_-a  fin and__piunioinsr shop, visit, m. -vv.  Byckiiuui,���������He is leaving - about the  middle of-:, l_*N*ceu_ber for Kellogg,  Idaho, and clearing out everything at  your own prw:e allwftst. *  - The executive of*-th-*r^*M_l and Gun  Guil* u������3" hT;-meeting ~-witn- ^sheary  inspector *1Jobin^im crti Thiii-bday night*  at which the blnse sea������on for fish were  discusse-fV^ied it is expected that next  year the trout ^ season-: will 'open on  May 1st, tnsteajl of  April 1st as   was  t Kaa #*aat_aA tVaa������ mi^iaat   ft.a^^a ������v.am������u������  K. Kleist hadjtjuite a good turnout  at his goose'sSsooi ja_-j-:b&-di-a.w at the  Gobbett ranch on -^W-sdne^day after  n'*>*������n, fifteen birds being s.'juiit for at  half a dollar pei* shot.. The poultry-  was well   distributed,   A. D. Pochin,  C. H. Robinson, of  Nelson,   lishery  inspector for the^KTootenay Boundary  district, was'here on nn <-fflci������l visit at  the end pf the w^ekj.  _Ie.,-"sfeHJ������-3  that  the people at ^Inv.erniere   are^anxious.  trfiinaPe'M quantity of - urresto-drs hlaek  ba������s spawn transferred to Xtake Wihd-  eruie're in etrder  to provide   sunsmer.  visitors there with some   worth while  fishing.    At present there is   little   in  the lake but suckers,  club   and soimw  fish. -     -. * .-.    -.--.���������   _ a������w:*  Certific&te^of Improvements  . 11- - ��������������� -  fiPGr7mi&mmT  ' - 0. ��������� - , -  -������H_*on8t������IL_Ja<m,~.'^0!rfc_w"' "Andromeda.*- **Per-  seas."* aa������d "Aibo?* Jalaem!-Claims, sitmats  - in. tbe Ne&oaf -Mfadng- Divteion of West  Kootenay DistrEct. .Where .located: On  Iron ���������SdnntMit nocthweatej-ly from Zitch-  caser. R.C - --  TAKB NOTiCE that i, 6 A. M. Yours^r^act-  as agentrfor Charles Plammer E_U_ ������*ree  ier*s CertifLcate No. 59887-^, intend, sixty  tiayaixDm the-dwee hereto, to appiyto t������ie Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements,  for the panose of ������**bta���������_n_ Grown Grants *fco  tbe above claimB. -  And forthCT-.J^ake notice- that-^actioq. under  __uanca-or saob Gertlflcates of JJnprovementacT  "-al~ed tblsffind'-daj-of November, A.D. 1924.  ������.*=���������'*-~_ -fra_.-_,   ������ ~- '   The members of the Methodist "Bible  Class hud a very enjoyable,gatheri_g-  at the home of Mr. arid, .Mrs. EL: N.  Holmes on Tuesday evening, the chief  feature of v������ hich was the presentation  of a Coleuian lamp tt* Miss Katie  Boffey, whose marriage to'KT'A.  Comfort will take place early next  in.onth. The .presentation w������sauade  by the pastor, Rev. G. Knox, and we*.s  suitably acknowlealgeU by* thegrooin-  elect. "  FGfiM F?  Certificate- of .Improvements  . _ Hr*���������>r#e_r  New Pound Law  "Tom lfewye^"RoBgbSneIt,** "���������ornaDoone,"  "Sreat- "������i_tpecta_a_^r' "Kelvin   *Sjrove,sr  *  "-Huckleberra:- Fton." and "gAgfflmemnon''  T_fineral Caaima, situate in the Sret������on"___-  iajs XHvioian -of West- Kootenay District.  _   where located: QsJtvmm SuOatatmn, noriib.-  we8terlyfromB_tchener, B.OL *  TAKE_NT<)-J_K_������;.that I,Q_H.*To-ansLact--  ine- as agent, for Cbarles -famtser ____, Free  Miner's Ctortiflcate No. 7S8KE-C. intend, sixty-  days from the date hereof, to apply to tbe Miit-  ���������ing- Recorder for C3ert5_cates of Improvemente.  for the purpose-c-f obta_Unsr Crown Grants of  tbe&bo-&eclaims.     *-  * *���������  And ftutber take*" notice t*hat-a4^o&.ximder  Sectiva- .55, snjiet he cammenoort bsfcrc tbs  issuance or sucti.C*ertiBcate8^<>f ���������mpxovements.  Dated this 22nd day of NovembS^ A.O. _S_k  _aat>"_i     ������������ii������.  stock   is   diiected   to    the  notice elsewhere^in.- this -  **������* ii  mm  Sending Money Away ?  ,      .������,��������� ... - j~, .        ._ '  Those deafj-itag to transfer sums-of money  - to other coufttri'ea will find it advisable to  use  Bank  Drafts*    They' are the safest  - - arid most Convenient medium for tran������-  ferring money/abroad;, and the  cost fm .  moderate.   Bank Drafts are issued at all  branches of the Imperial Bank.  C������ "W. AXa*LANt  ** or c^i*������i%jD_%_  :  CJJH__BSTON BRANGH������  !_!-���������  .Mwaager.  KM  BAY MARS ASTRAY   -  *' *        -  Strayed from the Griffin' -Ranch,  Creston, on or about August 16th, one  bay mare, five years old, weighs 1-00  Ibis., with swn-eney on right shoulder.  Reward to paily giving infornuition  le-uiing to'1-eq.overy.. G. NICKEL,  Creston.  ���������ylCT LOAN.  r COUPC^  We will cash your Victory. Loan  Coupons or place them to your credit  in bur. Savings Bank where they will  draw interest at Wi pet annum.  THE CANiiDIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reaerve Fund $20^300^)00  --re'itfoii draacin  ���������"��������� CI. Wcnnctt, Manager  municipal 1  issue." Tbe|  pound law has been  further amended  with Monday. Dec*.  HV������ I Cm     1^3*4^ B  CtEARI Wit STR C AM8  R A DIO  jgBB  Single-tube Seti, with tubs and  '"    head spts. $40 and up.  Three-tube Set,  witb tubes and  head set, $98.00.  We also Hufiflly fiarfs and  install sets*  J. W.VANESS  -������������������.,    ALICE SWING.  _B_aa������aWM.aa*a_a������aa_w_a������a������aM  ...  '      ,        ��������������� .-     - - '      .  MJaki and Warnvry  S ^Wl^l^^S^^t^^^^m^ ' m\^mmmTmmmJ ^Hr^V ^sr^S  New Stpck of  ITarhess   ;  ���������*a  ���������t '> ' . ' '  Second Hand Store in  connection  jMm-i __j_a mum JBB MS f*t*nm*gjm  jSmWS mmmmS mmmWW   mK^mr ^        ^^      JrWyi_,.^        ^mmw .^ rtWIW m^W ^mm  ^H|HflH^^ ^���������^     ^^ ^������|^m^^^^^ ^^^|   Jta^^^^^d ^^m#^A     u^^  a^^. eiMI'  mWVmO    mWmW.SJmf   OHmmwWmvBBw  Shoe and Harness Repairing  and cogutnencing witli Monday.  1st, not only can animal's be tuanp-ugid--  eil but owpfers who ttllow .these fco-.ruh  a.t large may lie   summoned   into  the  police court   and   fined   without- any  need  of actually  impounding1   stock.  Jt-r-this-connection the hy law Wad*.:  Iii. It shall,not be lawful for any  person to permit or suffer any domestic  animal-to be l-uhniu-g-'aj. targe, or to be  in or upon any unenclosed land, prenP  ises, vacant lot or public place in the  municipality unless in the custody or  charjge ' of some person or persona  responsible for the same.  14. It shall not be lawful for any  person to tether any "domestic a.nimal-  in the nrnrrfeipality in such manner or  place where such un aiiimal can walk  on or damage sidewalkf*. reach over  .fences, destroy or danu-ve ������*hade trees  <i-- other prtiperty. v. %-  15. It shall not be   lawful   for   any  ������ arson to permit, suffer or allow any  omestic animal to run atlarfre, Rraze,  atray or loiter upon the hind and ifO'ada  of the municipality.  -'MkeV_UOti.ee-'  X ,aanr>a*--a������rl_  that  E. W. Payne, who haa been working at Kellogfr, Idaho, for the past few  month's, arrived home the littler part  of the week.  Reed ������te Mather have been busy at  some additional land clearing the past  week, and will set out at least another  acre to orchard in-the spring.  There wus a big* turnout of  ettlxens  from all points in the   Valley  at   the  auction sale nt,, tho  Cliiu-chill  runch.  Fair prices were realized* on   the; iip-"  pl^mimts and some of the -ptock sold.  Mrs. Parkin left a fow day a ago on  a visit to her huBband and other  frlenda ^ ut, Michel. The company  expects to operate the mine there "at  least foui-*dHya a week-all winter.  Two more telephones were in nt Riled  nt Alice Siding the week, those placlnR-  instruments beloK OS. Hester and  Principal Lallamand.  Tho young people of this eection  were entertained at a house p-irty at  the Kelly homo on Monday nlRbt, the  aifalr belnp- in honor of Misa Blva'w  birthday, and was hiRhly enjoyed by  all the gucBte..  At un cnthuBiat-tic meeting on Friday night at the Todd ranch, whieh  ulso took the form of a danco, the  Social Club was re organised for the  winter with the following ofUcera:  President, Hector Stewart; sect_tary������  trcntturer, Hon Smith; executive, Mr*.  Miivf-hull, Mra. Rtnwart, Boh Miller  an<I Bob MiirtiliaH.    It   was   arranged  Paulson -Mason,  ss is- J^itchenes*,  BritishjCoIumtna^ will apply for jtv license "cb use. |ti|- -waters, or Woat.iCiver  and -its branches,, near "Kitchener,  B.C., for "dtssriEsg streams" purposes  (i.e., clenrinR .and improving1 the  stream for' the driving; booming- &-?  rafting* of logs"*. "The .points on the  Btream. between which it Is proposed  to clea*- are f-josja "the fceiadwaters sad  ������point about half a mile above tbe  mouth of Arrow Creek. The estimated'mileage between the said points Is  thirty miles more or less. " The term  proposed, for the license is twenty  years. " This notice was posted on the  ground on the 14th day of Novembt r,  1024. A copy of this notice and an  application pursuadt thereto and to  tbe Water Act. 1014, will be filed in  the* office of the Water Recorder at  Nelson, Jk_.C. Objections to the application nifty be tiled with the said  Water Recorder, or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victorla,B.C.,within thirty  days after the first appearance nf this  notice in a. local newspaper.  PAULSON-MASON, lalMITED.  Applicants.  O. R. PAULSON, President, Agent.  Tne date of the. first .publication of  this notice ia November 14, 1824,  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  In the *f atter ot the Batata of Perey  Danger (otherwise known as Harvey  Pelhan Varaoa), late of Usees-, ia/ehe  ^^Provintie of Brttioh Columbia, rancher,  deeeaaed.  NOTICE is hereby given that all  creditors and othere having claims or  demands against the estate of the said  Percy Danger (otherwise^ known as  Harvey" Pelhan Vernon)." who died  tin or about the 21st day of June, A.D.  1021. are required, on or before the  16th day of December, 1024,* to send by  Eo������-t.prep������Ii or deliver to the Toronto  lereral Trusts Corporation, SAO Pender Street Weak, Vancouver, B.C.,  Bxeciitor of; the estate of the said  Percy Danger (otherwise .known Ms  Harvey Pelhan Vernon)," deceased,  their full names, eddreaBes nnd des  cripi.it.iia, tiie full particulars of their  claims, and the nature oft he secur  Itles (if any) held hy tlu-m.  And take notice* that "after tmch loat  mentioned date the -Executor will proceed to distribute the assets .of the Bald  deceased among the parties entitled  thereto, having regard only to the  .claims of whieh it shall then have  notice, and that the said XBxecutor will  i_o_. Im liable Tor the mud as*i������*ts or any  part thereof to any person or persons  of wliui������ a_i������iiiu* ���������nuliofi shaii not have  been received by it at the time of such  distribution.  THE TORONTO GENERAL TRUSTS  CORPORATION,  Executors.  Cor. SeymoBir and Ponder Steu,  Vancouver. B.C.  <>. ft, n*.**JjAW*>.   (*������.-+*"-},   B.C.  -SoHcitor for the E_ecutor.-  Bated this 7th day of November, A.l>.  1024.  I  ������ THE    REVIEW. _ CRESTOX.    B." C.  The ORANGE PEKQE QUALITY makes  finer tea and more of it T"*  T,-.11  -Wi*_&JL_  jljul    .a. lie   A-#-r-p^ a^ v er  st  ���������-���������Sir-Artlrir Currie, addressing the Citizens' Research Institute of Canada,  a ted that ''hundreds. "oL"roinioiis 01 dollars in expenditure had been wast*fed because the Government..during war time had refused to heed the advice oi* experts. He cited tho Ross rifle, the Oliver equipment, the harness, and the  fact that 100,000 meii had been en-li*--ted who were no good to the armies In the  field. He intimated that these 100,000 men had each cost the country $1,500,-  and some ol* them ale sfi.p costing   tlie   country   .money,   being    patients_^-".n  hospital. ���������-��������� ..--���������"'._���������  Commenting oh tUei.^'-etateijients, the Financial Post declares that what is  true oil war time'sTi's equally true of peace times, thaT the losses -through Inefficiency in tile conduct of our public affairs are a very considerable factor  in the size of the tax burdens which the business institutions and citizens  generally have *to bear. It points...out, however, that during the Great War  crisis tho. seriousness oi" the mistakes being-.made was realized and drastic  steps taken���������it was a case pt" efficiency or defeat. "'" '"*.���������.',-  Canadians will do well to realize that it is still, a case of efficiency or defeat. The 'financier, manufacturer, meVchant o^ farmer *who has not organized his business on an'ellicient basis, and who neglects to avail himself;of. the  advice of experts, may continue to struggle along, but he will achieve no outstanding success, while, the chances are that he will go down in defeat. The  man who despises the advice of others who have made themselves, experts in  any particular branch of business does not thereby indevote bigness nor  strength;   on the contrary he is revealed as  lacking in one  of the primary  things that make for success, -,, *  One of Canada's weaknesses nationally is- the failure *>f our Governments  to seek the advice of.'experts and profit, by their knowledge and experience  Making Progress With -  Underwater  Telephony  Experiments Conducted   By   Pro.fess.or  Boyle of-Alberta University  ""  Successful  experiments  off the-'At^,  * a"*"  lantic coast during the summer months  for the detection of icebergs, hidden  reefs and nearby ships, as~'well as in"  the development of deep water telegraphy and telephony, have been con-  5J.ucted by Dr. Robert W. iWle, professor of physics at the University of  Alberta. The experiments have been  in progress since" the middle of April,  and were conducted, ofl 'lhe" icebreaker  Montcalm. The scene ol operations  was off the coasts of Labrador, New-  i'oundland, Cape "Breton and in the  Straits of Belle lsle; "-'  A measure of" seerecv attaches to  the- nautical research worlc of Dr.  Boyle, -wliich has been cairiecl on for  several years and whip*h is a continuation of that done by him overseas during the war, but the Alberta physicist,  ihdicated>ih. a general way what - had  been-acconrplisiied in new methods of  sounding for depths,-detecting ice and  shores, preventing wrecks and avoiding collisions between ships ano\ icebergs.:,    ;' ���������'.-!,. ..;.-  "We joined the ���������Montcalm at North  Sydney about the !���������ilddie of April and  installed* the equipment that ,we had  been using at the -university"and'.had  been brought eastToi* the practical experiments," said Dr. Boyle.  exoerimeiits     elsewhere  '"Previous  had shown that the presence of ships,  shores, reefs, .etc., could be detected,  and distance and hearing given by  this ,riew method.-. Secret telephony  and telegraphy  cculd also be carried  in dealing with national questions and problems of development.      With our   on   between/ ships, suitably  equipped  great wealth of natural resources, there has been a lack of constructive expert  leadership in- their movement.      Political ^considerations  rather than sound  economics "have a^l too frequently dictated!..the policy pursued, and,-while defeat has not always followed, we are paying: a fearful price in taxation to  cover the cost of blunders made.  Membership in the Parliament of Canada is not as representative ot the  varied interests and industries of the Dominion as it should be.   .. There are  t...-* many lawyers and not nearly en^igli engineers, scientists, educationists,'  doctors, chemists and experienced business men. '"--"With a scattering of-other  inofessions and occupations, membership of the House of Commons may be  divided into '-'twoTtiaain groups���������"-lawyers and farmers.      Both are needed.    The  proper drafting of legislation, .without lawyers .would be impossible,.but un-  fortunately there -is^a*-tendency to- spend months in. the framing, consideration  j-nd passing ol Saws, and -when that is done to regard, the objective aimed at  as reached and a complete cure .for ills in the body politic achieved. 7...... .   ,  .    Canada could  get along with  considerably less legislation, and a great  deal more sound, expert administration.      Tlie main trouble today is in administration, or rather the lack of it along expert lines;      The main business  of a lawyer is to get people out of trouble after they have- got into it, but the  business and  training of an engineer is to exercise foresight and take pre--  cautions guarding against the occurrence of troiible.  In the later years of the war Governments the world over were only too  glad to secure the services of experts in every occupation,      "RetTlaije, precedents, theorists, went into the discard, and men of knowledge and experi-"  once came to the front.      Action, the rapid "solution of problems,"was required, and the practical men of action were the ones finally entrusted with the  job. ���������.....������������������������������������''".".  A survey of the Caadian situation today gives emphasis to the positive  declaration of the Financial Post that there U just as much need for men of  ability and experience in the Government sow as there was in the cl^ys when  German guns were barking their way to "garis and tlie channel ports.   Governments are not. wholly to blame because there arc not more of  these men engaged in the publie service. Such men were prepared to sacrifice  their.all  during the. war. but theV  cannot be expected to continue the  Such .researches' were developed until  it became possible -to detect ships  within a couple of iiiij.es, shores and  reefs within .three miles, and to telegraph or telephone secretly for dis--,  tance's. of five utiles or even. more.  DAWtl OF WOMANHOOD  ���������A \\  -4'.  ��������� 1  Salvaging" of   German    Vessels    Will  Take Three Or Four Yenrs "  Tho first ship of Germany's wartime  A Tims of Difficulties When Watchful -  "-.--: hess-.-.Is Needed  Some!   girls    upon the threshold of  womanhood drift into    a    decline    in:  spite of all cai*e and attention.    *Ey������n'     ,,, , , , . ,_    ,  strong and usually livelv girlW become   w11- bc consigned to au equally ignom-  weak,  depressed  and,    irritable on the scrap-iron heap/  Market   For   Whale   Meat  Entire Output of "Canned Wha.Be From  B.C. does to Africa  West Africa, is avenging Jonah.   De*  uavv, -which wa,.--   sent, io the bottorn . seen-la*its of the whale that swallow  of the sea at Sea"pa.Flow by her all'cers  on-June 21, 1919, l.as'been raised .and  listless.     ! It is the .da/Nvn!  of woman-  hood���������most, important "in   tiles life .0.1.  every-    girl���������and    prompt     measures  should be taken to keep the bloed rich  and pure.      If--your blood  is not in a  healthy'condition, at   this, stage,    the  body becomes ill-nourished and other,  ailments develop.     If tlie health is not  maintained by a sufficiency - of    rich,  red,-.blood, .all sorts of weaknesses are  likely to arise.      Remember- this,. Dr.  Williams* Pink Pills have saved thousands of girls and women, from being  life-long  invalids,  because    of    their  wonderful  blood-making  properties.  The value of Dr. Williams" Pink Pills  to young "women whose, healthy;was  failing has been provjed over and over  again. These-'pi lis are the aiiost reliable blood builder, fortifying weak  nerves and creating the liberal subply.  ���������Of red healthy blood' 'which a girl  needs to sustain her strength.  You can get D^^Winla^s'T^nk'Pills  rr in' medicine, or by  ed   the   Biblical' character   are   Being  swallowed in  huge quantities by the.'  ^inhabitants   lot     thev "West     African  ."���������coast.     Britisii Coiumbiajjj^entire output of canned Whale meat last year  4  A    firm    of    *_bndon engineers'has  completed  the   salvage   of   the  "vessel jwas; marketed, according to peo\incial  sacrifice  throughout   their  lives.       So the 'people  of   Canada  must" facie   the ,  ������.��������������������������� ������h������������������l ia ,asr ,-.-,Vs ���������.lel..      TW 1.. ,h,y mn.t bo *fe������d | J��������� ���������k\������ ,'^*."*S^.������U  to pay thp-s*' .-���������"xjK*rta {talaru-s conim������.'nsunite -to what l.hr*ir -ibilities and know-  lf->clga> com-mand in the world of iiriratf- business. IInvlng secured such men,  then the Gov*rnnii**nt .should leav-- them unltanipt'i-ed by parti/an considerations,  I'tve to curry rut: iheir policies sis their expert knowledge and experience dlc-  laii's.      Tii'-n. and   then  only, will  Canada begin  1o reap  the  full benefit  5n  i";*-iU.-v iOT -i'i-- **i'-ifi-fw_ expenditures file country is making on development  ".���������������������������ri*-:r-itiH'i%.a-.-.  Hams' Medicine Co.', Brockville, Ont.  Miss "Manchaster.���������"The man, who  marries me miiat be bold and brave.*'  VM"_. HardIVix*���������"More than th*t;; he  naust be foolhardy unif-reckless."  ,\     t-;vk'-    ilia I     is dough  '���������-���������un'b* of r-onifrvri.  it-  A    woman    al\. !iy.s    romi-mbf-i's the  (hint's slie should  forget.  to  -lii-:*.  iflt������>    il  liU-.--  s m   li-).'i i t-r  ma iv.  h'-t '������-j-  ih.-i  Th.  litir. ���������  ���������re  on  is  a   I'lxulion   oi' fifleen shit-  male  seivaiils  In   K.nglaud.    ^j^  ran Cry *������r  When AsthTiD Gome's do not despair.  Turn af once 1.0 the help-effective���������-Dr,  J. D. Kellogg's 4sthmil Remedy.-This  wonderful remedy will $lve you tlie  aid you need eo sorely. Choking  ceases, breathing bo co niies natural and  without effort. ���������'Gtlinrs, tljmisands of  them, have jufft red as you surfer but  have wisely tinned Nn this famous  remedy and ceased to suffer. Got a  package this very day.  Another Idea For Fighting Disease  C.'.t:ii'/!'."'    i-i    C'.-i['>:<  p'irr<"   l<<  rrlievc   ruC.tiU-'   in  rintv-  nnrl  Clulflren  x\M  agc:".  oi  Constipation,   FLilulencj,   Wind  CoJic    -mrf    Diarrlica;    allaying  Fcveri.-vhncss arisiii^' llicrc'ioiu, und  and Bowels, aids ilie asf-uuilatii/ti oi  Tr, .-jvvii-l iitiir.ittonn.  Ah*"oKiN'K    I I.tM..1i  by rcguUititi^ t!ic Slomacli  i'i.n A ; g\vi njj 11 al u 1 al .*> le ep.  nlwiiyti took for 11"**" .'lign-ifure of  l"liy-i'iCj;j:*.  ������i_L  cvtrfywlici'ii  ft'toiunictid |U  Expsrimeiit3  Being   Mafdc  a"t  Harvard  WHh-Electric Lights  "What's Hiul.? Got. a stiff nock?  Well, step over'here While I paint'It  with this solution; sit down while \  turn on this' battery of electric llj-hlR  ���������nnd feel 11. Umber up." "  This may bo ihe jireaciiption fpr  limuoviiblo necks- and 'other-'similar  allmeniH. peihiips, In "I he near future.  If exii-Mimenii. 4 nnd or way at I|arvitt*d  I. nlvi'i-Hliy, with flinnileal. Holullons  firul ordinary eleelrlc MghlH, develop.  Th.- tt-7.- ;it-e ha-.tfil on the '.lv-ovy  Unit eerlaln eheinlcala" ho sensiflxo  iliseiiseil oi'^nnli' et*llH Ilia  IlKht of an elrcliii*. bulb  affeeienl oi*(.anlniuH and tttliiutliile  j'rowlli ol   lit'i-llliy <*ellH.  the; destroyer V-70*���������^l*_r . ,a year's  y/oi-lc and liiaay'utisuec&ssfiil: attempt's  to'float her. 7  The V-70 was ,a big ship, of the SO  class which had' sunlc* Lh-/20 fathonis  of ..water iu the. centre of the Flow..  .The engineers,, had exhausted.'the best  known methods of ship- salvaging before using the system 6f~u'ndersii_ging  heavy cables and raising tlie ship by  means of the floating dock. This.lat-  .ter. method was u&ed ahout six weeks  ago when the.vessel was-ralsed eleven  feet before the iron chains. wTiicli were  tl>en* used' broke, thus allowing the  411-il-, e. to settle once- again to the bottom. '  Wire cables were then smbsliLuted,  which- supported the enormous weight  long enough to permit the dock to be  placed under the. ship.  The dock was then* towed neap- tlie  shore where workmen    will    start'   to  cut through  the heavy-steel hull and  dismantle -the.   JlUitigB." * _At  present  tlie engineers ar > uiiable to estimate  lhe  ship's  value,  but  after   they   had  "pierced  the heavy    seaweed .  coating  they-found lhe metal Lo be in a better  state i.iiaii was expected"!     They claim  that the. salvage worlc, tlioCTgh costly,  will show-a "'good,pro fit, but It will not  make a very large cotiti-lbuLloii'to aiding lhe reparations payments. ������������������     I  Several oi the other ships which  wore scuttled In Liu* Flow will be raised In a similar manner, but It will take  between Hire!* and four years to complete the woiic.      1       -   . .  trade atithoiritles,.. among the seitie-  men-ts between "iilberia* and -tlie C.ongo.  The iie-w market has given the whaling industry Jn pritish ../Columbia- a  hew!'impetus' and ipromises to bring  it great prosperHy- in **��������� the future.  WJialihg operations this year are re-.  ported to jiiave *been more successful  ���������than for many seasons.  " Fon*esight is undoubtedly /an admirable thing, aad yet "-the farther a  man can see the less-lir hie sure.Jie is  .right..:r-,.>:-^      T''-ZAjy-.xZ        ',.  ������krmers7Bu*jiv>i.  It has Many Qualities.���������The man  who possesses a bottle of Dr. Thomas'  lacU-jctrlc Oil Ss armed against many  Ills. It will relit;ye it cough, break a  cold, prevent soi*������i throat; II. will 10-  duco*-the swelling from a sprain, relievo' the moat persistent, eores nnd  will spo'edily hep 1 cuts and contusion*-.  II: la a medicine chest In StsG'll,'.  I ho slniple  d(.���������sl.rojr'H  lhe  Tin- man who thlnlvM he Is whly .t-els  n it������t of Kt'ir-nppi'oval.  W"*ien people-, ubuse you suspect  yout���������elf; when they praise you suspect them.  y  The puhl"cations of the  Dominion Department of Agriculture are obtainable free or  charge on request, with, exception noted.    I  They contain helpful informa-  tion on all subjects relating to  farming;   ^ ���������-���������- f  : They number some four, hundred in all, and the following  are examples:  "Ll-it nl I*ubll������*itto-i.   '  tteMHnu������l>lii Hint*.  I'repurlnir l'oultvy Produce Car JiI_t_ot.  Winter E������r������ Praductii.it. ��������� ���������>  -Wintering: Itfi^ii In Cnn������d*t_  "Raot and Btoraire Cellars.  Tl-e Saf* Ilandlinir of <J������n-ii\-������*rc1nl  ,/        I.lve Stock.  The Ilacon IIojs *in������l Ho'a Gr������tllnr7  rinlftlUn* LnrnbH.  Hnlccllnn of I.aml) Cntn.       --  rrcKorvailnn ������I I'ruUi. aiid Ve������rot������bltai  fa>r ll������.iki������r Unr.  Insect ��������� Affeellnir  Live Stock.  ;r*i.k*lr������.-ir,i-r Account Book���������rilce 10 ������ent--.  ���������'   "Cut   out   tVils   ndvetrtiBement,  ���������mark on it th.o bulletins desired,  including the full List of Publications, i"U in your name and  , addrcsB, and mail to:   .  Publication-i Draincli,  Department o������ Aijilcultuce,    *  '''V ''Ottawa. C-������-tad.-i. :  (N������ pOBtaKO reqnl:retl>  For Corns ;md  i.-.cn t  Waits*���������Minard's Llnl-  Worms   In  H'hlT'.lvrm, If (hey  lm.*"*hol:  jillondHil    to,    cau.sio convulsions, and  off en deiilh.      Mollter Gravoa" "Worn*.  K s ter m Inn tor will protect tho children j  from  the-rito dlt.|.reding atniditons.  We nil love peacn whuui tilings aro  coming our way.  Mli-ai'd'a    Liniment    for    Aches    and  Paints  "Vain o   Post Office.**   R. Ji. JUTo   Province.,  *.���������������>���������������������������*������������������������������**������������-t-t������-*i 11>-  12  BH  \v,   n.   U.   .ir.ii /  TTTK   BEVT^V,    CRESTON,    B.    C.  Developisient. In The  ^Ar est  -j*--*        -        . 'rx*\Z" ~TT%-       ** ___?   " <\7*s'  JL/uring   xjae jrast jtqut   jl ears  xzjt^pyfp^-^^ '-A-ntereatsing^ Figures  :* "U ';;*r   v"        0-- " '' _"' "' /���������^���������-���������i���������������������������=���������-  -���������f/rtTn' 1920- ,to  1923, while this country^ was, supposedly going io the bow-fwpws, there was  added .to the area, under1 crop ,in the  prairie* province1--- considerably -over*-  i7_500,000* acres,__-On this added crop  area alone at**** average -yields, .the  prairie provinces ,could/feed,all Canada,- or in the alternative -they could  fill annually,' rhe -total denaand_*'or  wheat of London, _S".ew, York, Paris*and  Berlin.' . i J   _  The above was but ohe~of the striking .facts cited by- W-_San_ord Evans,  : in v his " addrfess 'on "The JE-illars_of  We-ite-m- .Canada," %lvea bctore ' tlie  Winnipeg Sales Managers*, Association recently. " f    ,_   ,"  In the "five"years, 1919-1923. according to Government reports, continued  Mr. . .Evans,    virgin*; prairie soil wsts  A      J*U _.*_-.  ���������   _U_*51_     C **_  ������.- vieiui   iubbe-  -supgK*.  Quite   Possible 'if    Producers   Follow  Ordinary Sanitary Rules  Not many years, it even will it be  possible "to   supply   certified "milk   to  large'    cities "to    the fullness of demand. -   On    th.-*    other    side,    small  cities and towns^cannot support pas-  tuerization plants.      Such towns could  not    support    such    expense.      What  thep.'?      Are -th"*y   condemned Jto unclean, unpasteurized milk?      The answer "all lies /"pith the 'women of these-  towhs.'   'Do you, reader, rive in one of  them ?      If so,, do    you ' "know    from  where your'Sfillk dsta.es?      And under  what conditions-it  is  produced?      If  if ot, find out.     k  ���������*'  ft  is - quite     possible     for ^-careful  nr-  To Leave Be'rlin  I men,"*following ordinar insanitary rules,  to  produce ^reilfc  as  sate  as  certified  -������*-  ~- -v,_._.-.,y_.-_  a.^w_.   ..���������   ..^   ttnJTk under ordinary farm,conditions.  Returitiiig To Horn el and  <������.-. W-*fci,*,/     "' -   1*"-  JL^ j.eitl'j?'  -v^SOS.*������aJti-ct_lS-'- a_y__JTe    XJi OS-JlIig  ijoriis r ��������� it8 r������ in C_JK ������-_- -- *."*JL o* ~ C~, Riistd.  37,800,000 acres under crop at the end  cent,  thre-i  of 192"*- was only 20 per cent. pis-the  cultivable area of. the three^ provinces. " " * ----,;,.-  "*" *"^ "    r .        ���������*   *  ^Deeviopment, ne said, had been going ' on "quietly in this country during  the past four years at    a    rate    that  very few Ihea realized until the' actual  results were pl������ced before them in this  graphic. ��������� manner,:   and ..there vas ^hot  thevteast ���������.ground~'for~ the   pessimism  that "had dndoubtedlj-ybeen in evidence  during*, "the    past Tew years.      Crop  yields mjiglit vary, and the purchasing  power of thpjaoliar'might shrink or  expand, but the. increase of fertile 'la_j!d  under crop, was incoatestably   a -real-  measure   of "progress., and   no   other  country  in  the - world  has  shown   so  great a rate of-increase in crop area  .during the past^pur years as had the  three   -prairie    provinces of Western  Canada.. *���������������*- _  The other "Pillars of*Western Can-'  ada" clted^weret, Field and dairy products, livestock, ti ansportatioh, power,  manufactures and finance, and equally  striking  facts regarding    the    lecent  progress  under each"   heading    were!  It Is all in. the will to .do. Is the  milk that comes to your home taken  from a clean-looking -sow by a clean  man in" a comparatively "^lean barn or  ihedj^, Is t it -taken directly from the  cow-in the milk pail, poured into'it, receptacle cooled.by icing or in real cold  spring -water? Or is it left to stand  in a large can .while alL the cows are  -milked and where all the flies1 and  bacteria in the air can reach it hand-  'ilyV    Have the bottles been thorough-1" e������ .made  sllaSe after the ferment a-  LORD D'ABERNON  British Ambassador to Germany, who,  it  is understood,  will j-esign as soon  as  the   pact  of London   is  in  smooth  working order.-*-  Moisiure En Silage Making  'a - -.  . ������������������ ���������"  Application o? Water Necessary When  -.    Fodder is Too Dry  It is esesntial that tliere\should be  sufficient moisture present in fodder  at the time it is^bemg placed in the  silo "to proviti������y the ���������^-ater requirement  for the ensiling piocess-and leave the  .surplus necessary to h_#e amply moist.  It    has    always    been realised that  probably tire gresite'st -hindrance lo a  more riipid natiotal    development    In  Caiiada lias  been the proximity of a  great and^developed neighbor to the  south .exerting a  powerful-lure.-upon  Canadians at times' of temporary de*-  jpression througo. her greater prosperity ^and  more advanced    and   ^varied  progress, and hor ahility to oKer, the  intellectuals and technically traine"d of  the 'Dominion positions the number* of  which  Were - strictly "limited  In  Gafc-  ada.-      This   trek,   varying  in volume,  hasybeen in progress throughout Can-"  adian history, afcul since it has always  been  of a' consistently high constituent ttye United States lias, never -restricted it in any   manner. -    According id'the last "���������"United States.census  there were 1,117,.**78    A-merican    oiti-  zens of Canadian birth, of whom 307,-  '786   were   French-  which  gives  some  indication-of how Canada has suffer-  ."*"  Ptntafn Markf*-fino-  Decreased   *-*oiatc Acreage  irt Saskai-  .^chewan-arLd Light.YieldB^Expected  With a- decreased potato acreage  in _Saskatchewao. and In addition,  the likelihood ot a light yield in  some" parts" of the province, potato  growers should 33ot have far to look  for. a market -this year, according "to  W; Waldron, acting .ntark-ets commis- '  ".inner in the "Provincial Department of  Agriculture.  -. In order to facilitate marketing, the  co-operation and-markets branch will.  as in former 5"e_rs, co-operate with  tlie growers and com pile lists of offerings for distribution amongst'the dealers /rad wholesale houses. The grades  as established by the TJobinion Government are fairly well*known. and all  potatoes sold must be marketed under  , BuCii gS'adj&S.  f-lrtTiinr,    r.*l   i-la^^c^- Y.^__raalta .  tlons mav be ob+Pined^rom the fruit  ed ^-reason of her getting away to a -^ vegetabli. inspector, post office  later start in economic development.  A   great    man; ^Qf these tons ..and  building, Regina..  During  the  next   few   weeks   S.  daughters aie inevitably  --er__!_a_iei.tlj j Hetherington,  B.S.A..   will  be   calling  lost to. Canada".      They    have   vastly  ly washed with very hot water and  -nlaeed where dusf or dirt cannot get"!  aCthem until-the dairyman puts'tne  milk into them? Or lias one of them  been oiiXy7half-wj������������hed'���������t^e one-that^  was returned by Jennie-Jones, w:hose"  kid has scarlet fever? -. Know about  these things- If you take an interest,.  .the f'avmer "will take a greater interest::���������especially -lylien you tell him how  .glad you are_his place loo*ks so\clean.'  If you- ca-n'ij: "Say that to him,-  B-lWAitEl If you have any kiddies  yon .value, find a clean place or do  home pasteurization. But remember  clean milk,cannot be produced at the  vividly portrayed by Mr. Evans.     The I  i same cost_a^ unc'ean   milk;   .and^  be  wheal? but-tdrn~' f*or  instance increas-  1 glad   to pay the  clean milk producer  as" i two, "three   or   u*.ore -*ents   per  quart  ed fiom four million in 1900 to 45V } ov^   ^ ^dclean . qompetitor.    ^cfa^  260,000 bushels iii is������s.  .x ue Output.  of creamery butter in 1900 was a little  over two -million pound's.   * Jn-^920 it  " was 26,088,496  pounds, and in'1923^it  was 39,255,535 pounds, an increase of  50 per cent, in the last three -^a^irs,.  Dairy* butter had also kept pace, the --i"^^^^,.  total production of both creaniery and  dairy but^ei* for   1928* ^being    almost  seventy-eighty mlUion" ,pound^.~*  ^Egg  production was still more remarkable,  having moi;e than doubled in*the last  . tl\ree years.      The total produced in  1923 was .78i813j9^.vdozens7.;:y'-^V      ;"  v. Thei. railway !!mlleage7whi<^' In 1900!  r.,;^aa:'^i7*i6 milee. had grown in 19i^4yto  ' - ,1^,820-;miles.  ?������������������ in riianuijacturesa 5,484  may- "not"" see   the'''immediate   return.  tive and cooling processes .hav/e taken  place.     With sufficient moisture present in ihe ensiled mass there is little  danger of "tlie fermentation  temperatures runing too high**"    . Corn in the  glazed    sta.ge. . or   dried out through  freezing-, .or long delays in hsu'vesting  will    require-   liberal    wetting.      The  shortage in plant juices can be made  up by the application    of    water    in  quantit"--;  sufncien*-  to thoroughly  wet  the .cut  fodder.      Water is  best applied, by -running    a- small    stream  directlyy Into   tbe, fodder cutter' while  the fodder is beiag passed-lhrough and  .blown jip into the  silo.      With water  under pressure ;* valve to control the  flow,   anil^a  section  of  garden  hose,  the process of weiting the cut fp'dder  is easy.���������-1.. Stevenson,  Oi������<ario Agricultural College*" .y -        **   .  may wonder why you .pay* the price;  but "wh^n^your neighbor who bought  his _m*ilk."a'few.cents' cheaper isi*-;paying the''doctor's bilLs, suppose you  wonder    once    again.���������From the De-  ��������� f -. m       "*  -'-"      Sugar  Beet  Possibilities  Sugar   Beet   Factory   May   Be  Started  >'- In Southern Alberta --���������  * They possibilities  of the sugar beet  industry ���������'���������*.in'..-''-'C]a'n;ada-:-''"|resas yet but  ,..vagueiyf.'r^a1ized>y;--!At* is  only>,ohe ' company H, producing /beet-  ^ persons^w-eie employed  dn    l50Q.v aH?Ufar *^; thei Domihiqiil*!   Tliisycdm-  ../  against 53,664 In 1920, and the Value  ,     of theirSproducfcp-increased clbrlug the  same peiiod from $11,982,492 to $347r  ;,.09^4!56; ,th������jajgefct TpercenitaBes of in-  ,jcrease :belng in;.��������� flour and grist mills,  ywpcd a!nd paper products arid slaught-  "���������^ -srlng-tirtd iheat packing;     To itjaro for  -:   :.,!; the flnancing the busincjss of the cpun-,  try,   branch  banks   had  increased  in  ^ ^numher fi-orn 182 In  1905" to 1,01������ in"  ^19247 y-:y,  '../*��������� ,  ;.,   The .-/statistics given, by Mr. Evans,  -}   covered hot "Prily! the   actual    growth  oC the prairie provinces but; also tlieir  wonderful potentialities.     ,   * '*���������'������������������'  Of the  1,G4">,000,000  inhabitant's  of  ithe globe about COO.OOO.OOO speak the  principal Europrdn languages, ol  which English has the largeal number  of adherents." ,.  pany has' factories a| "*)V"allaceburg;'and  Chatham.^n. pntarlc-f-, ,..&&&/������,produces  about 5O,OQ0,0o6 .pounds of refined beet  sugar yearly. Experiments b^ the  Division of Cheini'stry oC the' EiJjjieri-i  mental "Farm, systent; have utiquestlpn-  ahly proved [that beets __ot excellent  quality for sugar purposes,., raised  from homcj-grown seed, can be grown  In widely distant portions of the Dominion. -It seems almost certaih that  some point in Southern Alberta will  be selected as the site for a s_gai*  beet\rfactory to he erected shortly by  V ailed States* into rests. - The irrigated areas~!of Southern Alberta are considered exceptionally'"favorable for  this purpose.  Wheat Exports- Increase  Sixty MiIJion. Bushels is Increase Over  ' Previous Year-  Wheat export-* from Canada in the  twelve months, ended August 31, 1924,  increased by more than .sixty flfiillion  bushels over the ^biTespohding vpre-  vious twelve months... The figures for  the ciu'ient period are 289,190,061 ajnd  for the-.previous twelve months 229,-  68i,814; The ,es\imated value fs respectively $293,995,127", and!:$2^3,819,-  430. O f * t h is - quan tlty two hundred  million bushels weht to the United  Kingdom; an increase7df 26,000,000.  To the United StateB there was a^  good increase, from 12,936;048* in the  1923yperiod lo 21i320,242 In the  period.-)  .    ,  7\Toyotlter countries Canada, sent 67,^  .792,687 bushels In 1924 compared with*  42./7������M.272- In 3923. ���������..  " ..  Exports of wheat, flour, In the "12  months ended ./Vugust, 1924, ^vere 11,-  ,990,842 barrels, half a million barrels  increase over the pre-dous corresponding period _  ���������\y  enriched the Republic -and wijl frequently be found occupying important  and responsible positions! and having  attained to emiaence In tjie national  life of the Republic. - But what has  heretofore not "> -en so generally - recognise4- is that-there has always been  in progress a corresponding trek back-  to Canada from the TJ-nited States, ������f  smaller'yolume possibly but distinctly valuable... It' has been generally  found that periods of unusuaKln.dus<-  trial prosperity in the United Seates  aVe followed by similar times in Canada, and a substantial pa.rt~ of that  floating artisan population moves  both ways. " _ -  -  In~the marked effort of recent years  towards population building this continual  seepage has  received  a-__reat  jleal of attention, and there have been  unremitting  attempts to induce back  to Canada as many of these lost sons L  as could be prevailed upon to return.  It is generally found that they niaia--  tain undiminished their love for their  nQ tiv*3 land" ***������._ t-"*** r_Ta''-l:or* of tliei1* return is merely "one o������ economics, and  their being gives the assurance of -an  on most of the prominent potato  growers in the province "for the purpose of inspecting their crops and to  give them assistance" in marketing.  ** Gro-fjrers are also invited to list their  offerings '.withythe. markets --ranch, de-  partmentr of agri-__ilture, "Regina, stating " fully\ ������ieQuantity- available, the  variety, likely grade, and nearest railroad station. Whei-e.possible earlots  should v.beTinade- nir co--dperativel y. IC  more "than one v.iriety is placed in a  earvthey should.be labelled separately,  but*where it is possible, for three - or  four farmers to make up a caiMot- of  one variety- the. gain, is c-msiderabie-  t In * ma.rkeling-, oldinary .* 'conimereial  stock, we can quUe profitably bear in  mind the slogan adopted by the Min-r  nesota Potato Growers* Exchange,  "Keep the Little Ones at Home."  Stiff?     ^ |  Minard's limbers up stiir joints l  and    sore    muscles.      Splendid 1  sore  rliuii-maii������m anil fin pica. flir>.  ^S "SPHiEjf^E} B___!._ir5 H.BHHHS^-  Is:B������lieved(S7  Pr������a-_a|i't���������'JP^ffiiiaiieiit���������- Eellef.  CAIlTEIt'S   LlTTIdS   LIVMl   PJLta  rarely fail.   Purely  vegetable ��������� act  ,  ���������'      m. m. ��������� |iB,| ___7^_^^^b^^^kH ^^AJtt, MMlMft Ml ^������������������K  inr.'rij--  ,.|Vl  PIL.I  curstly but fie rd  ly on the liver.  Kelievtt -iter  dinner  dif-  trea������ ��������� relieve itidlges-   tion; improve thecomplexlen���������hrighteii  the eyea, .    ���������,    .  - fMiall FUl-rSMidl Uoie-_imcill PrlM  >-.���������������������������,.., .ii       , , , .mmi   ,.,,, ,J. ,.J  Decrease In  Forest  Fires  intennive   Educational   Campaign   Haa  Had a Beneficial  Effect  With the exception... ot British-"Col-  ���������umbla there has boon an'encouraging  decrease lathe nunih^r of forest jlres  In Canada, during the present yentvac-  cflrd'pg toy>V. IT. Ivllby, Chief of iror-  esl Protection'"'of  lhe,  Csluiadlau '.jjNa-  LlonalRaliwaya.'���������"' This favorable con-  \ d It Ion vMr. Kllby nlh-Ibuled lnrgnl<5-'to  tlio IntenHlve    educational    cdm|ti|ilgn  carried   on   through   the   newspapers  of (Tin Dominion nnd to;Iho elosoi' eo'-  ��������� ordinal! on or r-ffort on tlio part, of I lit.  rnllwtiyei with  Ihr- I'oreBlry qllleers of  tllio  Covernment.      Alo-nJ? Jhe  entire,  lines of the Ganndinra National 8y������tem,  jS75 flreu had bo?r������ repoiled up to tlie  Innldille   of-September,   about   900   of  hlhest.)  l.uvJng oc-ntrred   went of Wl������-  iiilpeg, where 'wi*a������tlier, ubudltlona'.had  been   more   favorable   .o   roreat   flres  than in Eastern Cuutidtt.  " .     Lumbe*lnfl .In."East'Kootenay  It Is believed -that the 1-921 cut of  timber In the East I*_66tenri.y /forestry  dififtriot will total one hundred and flfty  million feet. Sixteen sawmills are  now In.-paral'ton nhd twelve more will  be operating this "tall. At present  ��������� mills are averaging .-forty, thousand  feet per day.  equal    state    ot    -prosperity- 1b  their  homeland.      It is only, now'-beconilng  apparent that these efforts are bearing  some fruit, oi*l!iat at all.events there  is a-pronounced flow of returning Can-'  adians_ across the border back to their  own homes.    ,  Previously    all    residents    of ( .the  United   States  emigrating  to   Canada  .were listed undec'One heading, and the  identity!d������. any  returning  Canadians  entirely Ibst^   Aeting upon a demand  that something be,, done to check up  the number of Canadians and persons  "Vho'had acquired a Canadian donii-  clle, the Immigration Department has  Company has inereased    its  in the past few months beeh' collectinE j Iroih'-.^6.000'.'.to'^pi^.OiD^:'.-  3924  fl6ures of tlies9,7v/Hh very gratifying  revelation..." .    7   ���������    "* "���������''  .-+/ From the middle dC March Until the  end df' June, according to tbe'depart-  mejii's - recordy, the total number of  suc"i pePsons to return to Canada, was  13i874, or roughly *4,000 per- nionth.  These figures take;cognizance only of  resident Canadians who had gone to  the .United State _ with the intention of  residing there Mndjfecuring their livelihood, and who had been" absent from  the Dominion, for more than si*.  months. OC the number noted 11,869  were born la-Canada* 1,261 were British snbjects who had acquired Canadian domicile, and 753 wefci- naturalized Canadians.  Developing Manitoba'Mines  Further developments are reported  In the S?ani|o/ba;y^nilng area. The  Central '-^Vi^tQlatf.'iMlneSa. Ltd., capital  $2,000,600, is *to-������take over claims at  Long-; Lake, annd^ the Bull Bog Lake  holdings', whilst/tlieJtfanitoba Copper  capital  v������lth a dog as her only ;cpttipa.n3on;  an'English woman recently 1 ravelled  20,000 miles int<I the heart of Africa.  ''  . "    '' *" '"' '   -- '  A  A World- Fair will bo held at Vancouver In 1927,   " *'  MRS. ROSE,CRAlQ  Awaltliia Ctr^lr-*Ru**h ''  WItli-87 tramp steamers now chartered to loan grain- ^ nt Montreal for  Euiope In the near 'future, active preparations are in progress for lhe biggest grain rush ever known oh the St.  Lawrence. A new elevator with u  loading 'capacity or "120,000 bunliels  per hour Is now' ready for operation.  It Is estimated that exports during tbe  SPARKLING EYES FOLLOW  V    QOOD BEALTJj  Toronto^ Ont,���������*���������" From the time of* m_i  a-arllest^glrlhood I bad always beard mv  mother sneak In highest pralso of Dr.  Pierce's Favorlto J? rescript Ion foi  women's ailment**, s-o it is nob at all  i-tran*re that after I married and had  next few weeks may roach as high ims I  backachen, nervous Bpells and other dis-  i'ii. nnt\ Wftiv i*u..ia ^i_. I  tresaca that I  should remember what  140,000.000 bunhelt". |  my jnotbor had always said  of   this  Prescrtption, and  I   found   It relieved  me  of   my  achat*,  paiins  anil   nervou*  Titled "*"er������ort*"In Japan  The --number of lit led personis in  Japan is now 9".*!*, according- to fistm-'*  just'published by the Imperial,Household department. The lowest'rank of  the peerage, <lmt of b'uron. k-ud-. with  411;   then   ea-me  vlHceunts   wliii  3S"2;  mr"'  count������,   103;   murmul-ie-f,   38;   prlncea.  39.     This Hwk does ������iot Include princes  M������l   ij.o   Miaat.LJ J.-l   i/iUU'i'".  i.t-s-s. Ii s*_ViT3 nsc rei'unv'-ct hr-alth nnd  fttrength and so greatly beneilted rat  that l! hskVAno h������-->n4incy in nuylng thai  Doctor Marco's I'.vorito Prescription is  absolutely perfect as a tonic and neiv  Ine for women who are ailing .or nerv  oii*.'^-Mr������. Hose Cralfr, aw Sackvllle St  You'll soon feel better If you obtnlr  .tblsrrcscrlptllon of Dr. Tierce's at yo-n  noareot drug store, In tablcti* or liquid  or iwn-t 10c to Ilr. _Jl-������rce*-i t_ab*irut4>r.  tn Brld������eliiirir, Ont.. for trial puclcas*  fa-"..!.-.**.    Wrji".*, for fc1*^ i.i*xl1c������l advice.  ' .  _**3*S>*WIlt__M_B__-__,fl_ii,M  wwaii-watw- s  IKB  CR-gSTCS   BBVIEW   .*_r-___r_  am .msm. W ������l  ffi"_____������),  Kent Receiving Sets  The   popularity   which,  these   reasonably-priced  and  highly-efficient machines, enjoy is borne ont by the  -fact that the demand is exceeding the supply.    **  Complete Sets as low as $35100.  ��������� ___ *  A demonstration in your home places you under no obligation to buy.  Of -the.-yp-ifeerasl "Wagon." tiOKii-ij; fro j r You*!! Hvej-he pers!s:asid-rsn;aMvB of  ke'Orand tonight a-a__ .' fiyiturday, it the pioneer ib the actual places- they  ������ir wall l������M'!nl^3���������������������_Uta>nmMni---that  Ifved thenvitr tfefe������������������Co-vered Wagon.'  CHEVROLET MOTOR CABS AND  TRUCKS  AS_f.VT���������  McI_UJ6H__IK-BUzCK  -f     CARS  -    <���������      -  the  may well h-s^sald-ftr is tine aoihance that  dwarfs any sfj-e-gtade e-yerfi'med.  For 8A__Sra% iuajou and ^5 Cornice  Feat i.rrea������ nae^*e_r i_-ee_������ on two-year  mot_Sv "***- Ol * e-siiti* <ach_ -. inspection  inv_ted7~1&pp.y jr^-eKe   McMnrtrie.  Ors������sl^_*ii. * ���������������      *- v  "    "*"      " '    "*���������. '  /JThe ladies* Guild nf-���������**_-r*ii Church  are holding theia* annual .sale of work  gMrl __ft_aj____*������    a������gJpS_     ttfeyyttiinn     t-EH,     at  ���������fcft __*arU*^*-Hail "thia afternoon, froni  ���������__._������ to ������ d*c.'-cS-.. ������, t"  * ���������-   .       --- .       __- - i  ������������������ i _?_������._". S_____3���������Centrally located house  wi_i_ isevehroomsi hot and'cold wo ter,  "bath, pantry-and g-iod concrete-cellar.  I*"frr further-particulars apply Mrs. W.  Bf> r_������i->rtm< y ictisj-ia Ave;  * The_Winlaw f&jgava on .Goat River  foittottrare noW being dismantled and  will'be re^ei^Hited at "West. Creston  where the firm L-w-ill-employ% quite' a  cre**nF logging ^hiarwinteiv- -  at the Grand   tonight; and .Saturday*,  Nov. 28-md 29.  _��������� __..   _  jtuBticnu  civ|iui v    a ,x   _  potatoes from Creston Valley this year  ���������S-es spuds being shipped  in, two cars  having arrived."already toitake -car������.  jot. local needs.'"  *h  s  ba������_  Flowers  ay    occs*  Phono S. A. S  artistically   arranged  pric<  rs, agent for Fraehe  Alta., and  Grand Forks. B.C.  any    occasion    at    moderate   prices,  Spee  Bros., florists, jLethbridge,  '""I ff_._n.__-.  OGIL VIE Goods are dependable  Just placed in stock  ounry spiee  in the popular    ���������  Jtiiglisan Ouureii Ssmsss  SUWDAY. NOV. -O  CREST05"  . 8 and 11 a.m.     "-    -  CORPORATION OF THE  Village of Creston  POUND   BY-LAW  . With .the snow. ^ellydown -on' .the:. hslfe _ atftl * .tit-i  meisTCurj- hitthig as low as nineteen abo|'^^these|7p_|pn  ings it is hardly necessary *fco reminq yoira_kt^winter ii  just around the corner and that its" time_ tp be buying  . colder weSither clothing. -".."W������! have ffcst openedup a  large shipment of the wejlknown ,  This is .to give further notice - that,  the above By-Law Is in effect oh and  after Monday, the First J_>ay of De-  cetnbar, when cattle' or poultry running--at large within tht- -municipality  will either be ismpoamded or snade an  offence upon compl-tint b*--ing������tnade to  the undersigned.  W. O. TAYlaOR, Clerk.  Local and Personal  ,vy aisd frsiiii Ea-*-i5*iltnn, ������nSa_--������-*, is to  the effepfcf. that ������L,. La-awnt"ait- making.  a most ^tisfactory. recovery, but it is  expected he 'will"-- _-*-naas!-' in the east  until ihe'fii-t of the year.  The Presbyterian -Ladies* Aid remind  of-their aiitiual .hasaar and sale, .of  work, *A ith tbe-usjial afternoon tea, in  the Pariah- Hall. Saturday afternoon,  Becem ber ort������, from 3.CG to 3 o'clwek..   ,  * **" " -*_' *-'  The He Alpine pen of Barred Rocks  is away ont in   front  in   the   Agassiz  experimental farm egg-laying ttonteat..  For tht* "drst thre������- w<s������"ks the pen lay  jiS^*gK3������ whilst its nearest rival has a  showing of but 69...  '   * -"*-"---,-  .  ,Mea������*rs. Dr. SicKinnon, Teddy Coop  er and A. O. Bownrsa   of  Cranbrook  spent a fegsdpays duck shooting..*! this  localfty at the BrSt of the -wei-k maki ng-  headquat'ter**-   a*>    the   Muir Mawffon  oabin at Lewis Inland.  *s_  Trousers and Knickers^ SUirts^  Ce9 cfof Faii'**aL?s4. Wiiiter \  \ Touiemonstrafce the .exceptional values that obtain  at this store in winter, wearables examine what we have  to .offer in -���������---**- - -   ^ '       ^-  ^en's Hewson Puis Wool Ccm'ii'.atlons - $3.75  Men's All-Wool Heavy WorK Shl-is- - - 2.75 {  _���������"*_,��������� -- 4_b^ MA    M^tgtjigfe  It starts the *'star boarders'  laying, and Jkeeps>*tip the  egg production ~!_o������ the  .        entire Sock.      -  ^.O IMS on 3  For BEErr-���������Bmhi-e houst*. %vith or  without land.'   Apply Jan. Adlai-d.  *  8TOVB For SALE���������MrClary coal  heater. $12.- Ralph Clarke. Wynndel.  Ml___t-���������Nine quarts for one dollar  delivered. Apply Jas. Maxwell, Creston.  _  _*������TtrR8il������-o���������Competent * nurse open  for    engagement.      Snquire    Heviev?  _-_m  vn.._������,  Jm. a.i...;^  *.s k fc!i"?Ines*s*  visitor nt Nelson a few days the lattei  parc of the "ereek.  Mrs. Jessie Jjiewis, teacher of piano  forte. Royal Academy nf Music, London, Laiimnt Bldg., Crestctn.  - I������Sss.d*Fela1se was ^ visitor ^-itE-Ni*''--'  son friend.- a few days lat-t week. She  hAS recently di-*posed of tier residence  on Barton 'Av'euue���������and is li������a-������*fn|5  shortly for Saskatoon, Sask., where  she has aecef-i^Va pni*iS.ion. .  Never Oit- the   m;recu    hi������S   a    ������&-������!"������  heart gripping love story been tni-  folded than that if da������hing "Will Ban>  ton and pretty Mo-lly Wingate in the  ���������*C*>ve������:>ed_ "vVaKiin^. at the Grand to-  nifsht and Safc-n-day, Nov. 5S8 and 29.'  Accordsni; to ������jreturn table in the  SpRinlats-re last week the -cost of holding the provincial eleetic������n in the  Creston riding last Jutt*^, was $1'_,S&.8_L  The ay,eraKe. per c������r������������KtitM������-ijcy was liver"  $2uOG, Nc-lson b������-i__g thf" i--<a**pst at SS75.  * '7"-"ifc,-v'' /~,  ��������� 'air  H-'Amii  .    ���������<��������� ^->a-.  *-.--���������  Hot Wa.t0r  A warm friend for cold nights.  A truly, reliable bottle made frpjur  .M.  "������  Mrs. Heath  of Invprmere is a Ores  tonr   visitor - at    fwei-ent..   with     her  daughter    Mrs.    F. C. RodgSrs,    Mi*.*  Heath^accompanied   her this %far hut  has gone on to Victoria for the pr<������vin  MissLyda   Johnson   was   a   visitor  cinj pt.tato show in that city ttiis week,  with friends in "Nelson a few days this I - .'   - ������.-.._,  week, returning on Wednesday. [, **������������ 0<-3rIe is h^w- from Nela-,n for a  few days for the month-end accounting  CowFORSAtE--Hol������tein,������veyea_^   ^f P,ltOHIM    p���������'i,Uer   &  Stnph-P,' Ltd.  old. he-ivy milker, will fi*eshen end of   _. *     i    .  .������.������������������       ..a    __,_,_������������������ _._.,.  month.   Guy Constable, Creston. D"������ to th**   P**'"-*!"1!-?   "H l?9*���������**  -     ! their mill is not yet in operathin, but  Potatobs For  SA_-_5���������Quaniifcy   of,     it^    j w Sb atr wor|- getting  Gold Com potatoes for    sale,   in   fine iM   _,     -,*-* -...*-.        *a  shape.    J.  W. Robinson. Creston. jonpoge. .  *���������     Alex. Lldgate ivai* at "Yahk on Friday making  delivery   of   one   of   the  -!���������_.  _ ���������  V  ^ ������7;f*;  5.-.,i--3-">^:r..'---tia;:  w"--**''--<a*-.-i;;j|S5  fmi\Ui  ' *" "Y  - _ *  --5__J"_ffe'  "~^*- *-*5ii^*"r>-rr.^^p"^__^  .^We*sca;ri,3" a'complete^ine56^hi^--ct^C  T  ���������      , IJ-ubbe^ Sundries^ "   y  /C_i&&srftGlo-i7esp   Infant Syrin-ss,   Ezs?  Atomizers, Bulb Syringes,  kkthkt  Agents fof Signet and~Diamqnd7_4o������l>Y^  1  We have some odd lines in Men's  and Boys* Heavy Rubhers  that we are anxious to clear  immediately and below will be  found! samples of tbe reduc  tions we have made in- order  to get   thcae  into use by our  "our cuata-nmers���������  Men's 3 Laceit Rubbers  reg 3.60;   at $2.95.  yya**-f*yiff-jii *^"HpiilfitarwifiMtm s %JOers  reg. 3115; at $2.50.  Men's White 3 Laceit  Rubbers, reg* 4.50;  at $3.50.  Boys' 3 Laceit Rubbers  reg. 2.<G5; ���������_* $1.05.  Men's Insoles, 10c. pair.  All our ftn.livers were purolianed  with   a   v*a_vv   to  ftivinp.   long**1  wear and complete aatiafnotion  and theiw BpeciaHy prioed 1ine������  cannot fail to pleaike.  mmmvaSmVmtL  "OBS-BaWHU-SE"  Keith Lidgate, who has been on ������  visit with lelatives in "Bngland for the  past three month*���������*, arrived  homo .on  I^PM'Z'ZZ:,.-'.   -A;'.-;-' ' ' : -V.A    ;..  A^\   '  Si A.-Speers Jeft on Tuesday with a  delegation from Nelson -th- attend a  Shriners  ceremonial in :Spokane  the  I following day.    :- -<   y-  1._ While they la**t.Beattle-Oatway aie  ottering a one-pound' box of "L������f>wne"j.*8  gold striped clioeolntes at. 50 "cents;  regular price 75c.  Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Harew>i*e guesth  of Mr. and Mr������. ,H. B1eunien"it.uer ,a|-  Cran brook a'few days last weel?,  returning on Sunday.  lo order to greatly increase next  yeor'H output C. O. Roilgern - has   the  carpenters at work  putting a 25-foot  addition to tht box factory.  larger Afcwajler-Kentjp. idio sets, which  has been ins tail led in Camp 6. the; men'  emplo^e^ theiw'puttij^  defray thetroBt of jhe; ^mpmeiit and  inbt alia tion.' A A'k ".���������������������������:: :':"y: \-���������"���������;-���������  "'"' ���������'>''���������������������������'''���������.���������--*.'.. .  '- ���������".;���������'   *���������-���������  -��������� ;Chairnian;''Gibh9.^:-of:'-:;:the'';: tonai-d'-.'pf  I trade's    electric    HttHl.  comiuittee vis  already hearing frotif. Owns -who. would:  liice to install a plant a������ wejl as  superintendents" who would lUce to  huve full chaige of the prospective  plant at Creston.' ������������������' _ ZZ.  M^sttrd. Geo. Muwooti, Fred Smith  and Flbyd Rodgei-e have been in the  KiiBkijnodk eounta*yron a ifleerf* hunt  since % he first of the Week and ajre,  expected to i-eturhtoday. Thia seakin  Ho'fur hun witne-ffied the lightest kill of  I dei*r in ee-veral y������ari������.���������;, ������..  GOING OUT OF BUSINESS!  "r"f^aT*J_'i__,___S,M^*5ri  "S:  :.-������.  Dne to the f������������ct that I am leavinpf early in ^eopmber for .Kellogg,'  Idaho. I am offerinft my entire btook at aliimkit your own  price as it must all bd-olearod oiiC  ���������it..,  v  Sfttfer    finnTHITBrtJ1   Leww  SflffliCC   ii-BBWBJSE-IDt?    prices  STOVE MPES al. 25c.  F*M.M.Z mm   "m.T       - -"'A-    1 "^ ''' ' "   '   *'"  s*ttsiri.������^s suntcfi t? stives sin isivoicse piric-es-  Everything in the Shop Must be Turned fyito CosfaJ  Order Yotir ^  -    ' -.        -',:*���������"      --��������� ������������������ .-.- ���������'s. ������������������ ���������)     '-.-.,-' ".. .'i ��������� '.      . "*. .��������� "  e-ae  If  you   need   anything;   ^dually found   in a Tinahop or 'Flumbing-  luiminta'-H you will find it here, and no reaaoii-bblo offer will  be refu-ted.    ONbY A FKW BAYS I_EFT.  y������"H mm    mm     mm tT^'SH      J*1* _#****\ 1__   J11* '   _t        HT        A      "*���������_   TT ^>mm*.  Wm,     \Af     UVr    m  (V/I"A !XI  ' a    -**j__iO**i*r\'sn  Present tndteatldtiy point to greatly Inp^opd planting*, of fruit t.reen noxt  ���������-pring. ' It "-rll!, fchcreforf", worfc-o-iit-'tiri' your advantage if you will  decide on what,you  will  plant,  and  H-I-AOl.  YOUR  ORl>ER  >W FOR   Fl "  leclde on      .      . _ .        ,._._._  "T".', ''. .;���������':''.. NO'vvr fou frtnuRE DRLiviiiRsr.  See out tien'erai'Agerit,^W  of OroBtot-, and ho will givo you,good rea^onB for-so doing.  H^r^WM,"BMMMMMMWM  III  Ba,C������ Nurseries Company, Llmiteil  WUUJOIlUJi til ^dlU(0, &,((__  ...... .a   fa*jtak- -  kinau uiiioi^a  -r���������������-  *.������.*.*. m^aMV,(iu ������-������   iftur-iiuuct.  1WUV UlUlitiitK.wni   * nt.ww _������an  : ������������������"  '.       a  BMIMlM-IW-WMtWMaWaWWIMIWW^^  IMIIH_H_IN_M|WII  mm  mm  MM  HWW11M.--I1I111I  -HtHH  mmtmrn  mmmWmmmmimHtm*.  mmss&mMmm  msm  Wii^������:ffimlmmsmmffi&3ss&  mm,ti%wv..%zti nii_'*-BaB_ffl--__8___^^  ���������m

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