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Provincial .Lib;
GRESTON, B.���., FRIDAY'SiSPTE^lBER 25, 1925
JNO.   &&
Masons ^oiioucie; V
{��-_.   -~-
worship here the congregations have
[ been mqat encoutagini?.   y:
The' funeral of the late James Josry,
assistant forester, who loat bis life an
the auto mishap on Friday night, took
place on Mo-*<day.afternoon from tbe
Presbyterian Church, a^d was largely
attended. The~7 last sad --rites were
taken charge of by Oreston Masonic
Lodge, of which deceased was junior
-warden. , _ - ' -   ;
An. Impressive service was conducted
at the church by Rev. W. F. Weir,
Presbyterian pastor; Rev.- J. Herd
man of the United Church, ��fid F.'
Harback, United Chu_cch student, Lis-*
ter, the edifice, being very, prettily and
appropriately decorated witb flowers,
-with the solemnity .of the occasion
heightened by ar-propsiste hymns and
a pleasing rendering of ".Lead* Kindly.
Light," by Bro. EL Langston. Atthe
grave tha full Masonic .buaial service
was read by thi acting master. H.
"Young, the pallbearers being six past
masters,. W. Bros.' iSohn BHneo, Jas.
Cook, C. >i Hayes. R. J. Long; W^
R.. Long and S. A. Speera^ There
wus a large turnout of friends to pay
their last respects and the many floral
tributes also eloquently bespoke the
high esteem in   which  deceased  "was
Deceased was in hts forty-Ask year*
and had been a resident at Camp
Lister almost from its inception- in
1919 in which interval the- Jory farm
has deveSoped.-into being: -one of ihe
best |n !5��e ��rea= He ,��-"?as sspposnted
assistant forester in 1*322, and has he"d
down the position vary successfully
lhe past .four seasons. deceased
served overseas with the S_th Battal
���ion. enlisting at  Greenwood   in   1*91S.
He is a native oJLXaskeaTd., Cornwall,
or and Mrs. * Mallandaine of
Oreston were Sunday -visitors at
Kitchener, getting this - far on their
return from Invermere and stopping
fot the night.
Contractor G. Hendren and crew
from Creston have completed repairs
on tbe bridges in this* section, includ��-
ing work on the Goat River structure
which has been put in shape for the
winter. It is expected funds will be
-voted for the putting in off a new-
bridge there within the next few
Bj_*~W jf->B'*lL*fl*��
Fine -Exhibition
Davies, Jas. Cook and P. J. Klingen-4i_r,,._��_w.
There was a fine^crowd out for the
Jim Dodds benefit basket social and
dance at Hunt's Hall on Saturday
night. Mrs. Lister and Al. Lidgate
of Creston supplied the music and tbe
bidding on .tbe boxes was quite spirited
throughout, the Intake of the evening
being around $160.
The following announcement from
Midway concerning a former teacher
here will be read with interest by a
host of friends: "In honor of her
appa caching marriage to Harold' Moll
of Easnberley, Miss Joanitar Richter,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'Jos. Richter,
was.the guest at a shower in the
Farmers' Hall which was
decoiated fur the occasion. Two
dainty maidens, the Misses "Catherine
Stewart and .Evelyn Hawkes, draw &
beflowered toy wagon laden with gifts
to the bride-elect. A_?te_* the shower
refreshments -were served "Had -. short
musical programme rendered.
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England. ao<$ came to BV13. from i3ttt��e*
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i~ ;IS_l_yy*    daughter,
Johra,Fiul**^.; w^
Lister, and the'-widow.1- ��nd '"one son
m-nOweC ^^_i^rn^bf>:"_-^im? ^qry,
aabe was-io familiarly known, will
coose as a.".-distinct sbccfe to a. very
wide circle bf friends and oc-ou&int-
ances because personally-and officially
he was very widely -known and as
thoroughly liked, and in their heavy
bereavement the widow and family
have the vers* deep sympathy of all.
Amongst those sending flowers were
Creston Masonic Lodge, B.C. Forestry
Service, Jars. Jojry and family, John
Finlay and .father, Mr. and Mrs. John
Bird, Mr. and Mrs. F. Thompson, Mr.
and Mrs. Gorsline, Major and Mrs.
Mallandaine, Mr, nnd Mrs. Bundy,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Langston,-^ Mr. and
Mrs. F. Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Speers,
Mr. and Mrs. Benlnger, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Chad. DariB, Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers,
Mr. and Mreu J* D. Spiers, Mrs. Duwt
J; O. liykert; Mi*. Ai \Vei r,"" M rs and
Miss.''-FJpro.*a<50 : Crttl^e^.Bjt^
Jim Turnley, H, Manuel. - '
Harold Langston, i-fho has been. *
v&w, SaslL^fi^tb- Jp_BtJ'*Sk weeks,
returned on Friday, and-li spending a
few dayp at tii^ ranch.. Mrsi Langston
.will ^ner -*emiai|ring:. at "Winnipeg for
s-atne'weeksyeS;.'- ��� \"   ~"
>    ~ ���* - *-
Given regulation Kootenay weather
om-Wednecday, Thursday and Friday
next everything tboks'Spromising for
Crestor^having one of the .best all
round fall fairs yet staged. Reports
from the 'secretary's office indicates a
fine lot of entries in sill the classes,
and plans that have bpen laid for outdoor amusements assure tjiose attending oT something . t���> occupy their
attention the two latter afternoons of
the exhibition.
Exhibitors are reminded that entries
close at 10 p.t��u on j^onday, September
28th, But it is hoped- that as many as
possible will turn'them in on Satur
day, Secretary Allan planning to have
his office a b the .Impi^isil Bank open
rot the 26th until 8 p.ro. AU goods
jnustlbe delivered at the main building
by norm on the'SOth,- except poultry
and, livestock, which conies in on
Friday morning.   **-  ���"
The directors have-been particularly
fortunate in securing judges in. all
departmenti-* Mrs.' Hugh Ross of
Nelson, and -Mrs. Rnthweil - nf Ward
ner,,wUl make the awards in the ladies
classes. *E. Greenwood of Victoria,
and J. Mackle of y Vancouver, will
judge the poultry and livestock respect**
beautifully [iiwly. wbilst the tickets in the fruit
and vegetable classes'wil! be placed by
BS. White ;of "Victf>t3a, and H. C.
French of VernonT 1
Amongst the .schools there is great
interest .being   taken   in   the "school
dlstHct*.' di*?pl-**?" -_*-s��d something entip^-
| ly new and 'equally ^attractive wilt-be
���-4 seen in this -tine  ��%. tbisp years  fair*
f Bach school' is  tieing allowed  seven |
feet for the staging of its display  of
fruit, vegetables,'cereals, with flowers,
etc.. permitted foij decorative effect."
v^^^^*3q?i*MjBW^il?��- jAkuaj^^^i'iressr.
lively in^e��st-yin: the- championship
school sports. Jtaflbe lot-of races and
_ther athletic 'features -rhave been
arnvnged, and the ^various -schools are
all   counting:  on - '-s^osing   the  most
smith, and after viewing the remains
adjournment was taken until Sunday
when the jcrymen visited the^scene of
the mishap, and on Monday completed
the enquiry when a verdict '-That the
deceased, James ���, Jory,  came  to   his           _
death from iifiowes received when, his I   x'_ : ._ =_	
car went over an embankment near
Kitchener on the night of September
18tb." ,
The late assistant forester was one
of the soldier-farmers at Camp Lister,
and had occupied   the  position  since.
1922.   He is in bis forty-first year, and
had seen   overseas  service   with   the
54th Kooten&y. Etafafallion. joining up
Greenwood in 1915.   He is survived by
a wife and one son.
V*f*m08MB.^X.^%&*iSLW*&& ��B��&*
Well Organized
*st    ���
Creston's first ever ladies' political
foznstd en Friday
i aftes^ioon when at a meetiug of s&ules
at the home of Mrs., (Dr.) Henderson
the Creston Valley "Women's Conservative Association was organized. The
chair was occupied by Mrs. F. H.
Jackson, and the speaker of the afternoon was Mrs. Ernest H. S. J&cLean
(of Nakusp, who ia visiting the bigger
centres in West Kootenay organising
tbe iauit_- awe vfor-k 'lu ths pcr_d*ns
election. In her remarks Mrs. McLean
Sunday will be Rally Day witb the
United Church��� throughout Canada
and special preparation is being made
for its observance ~ here both at the
afternoon Sunday school and the
evening service.
Mrs. VanAckeran, Sr., got away at
the end of the week on hei return to
Belgium, Mrs. VanAckeran accompanying her as far as Cranbrook.
Mrs. Ted Strong, who has been on <t
visit with, friends at Nantcn asd
Claresbolui, Alberta,-is home again.
emphasized the need cf co-operation
and organization in political matters.
She outlined the btstory~of the Conservative party 'from its formation
until  the  present,. pointing out. its
many achievements and giving
as the "reasons for affiliation with thi,
political party, and doing everything
passible to .make .sure of its return on
October 29th. ~ Following her. address
it was decided .to organize, -and tbe
officers chosen are:
President���Mrs. F. BL Jackson.
1st Vice-President������Mrs* -Jss. Oosrsp-
2nd Vice-President ��� Mrs* J. W.
Secretary-Treasurer���Sits. 3. Cherrington.
Executive���Mrs. Henderson, Mrs.
Jas. Cook, Mrs. M. Young, with
power to add. _
At the conclusion afternoon   tea
served and a social hour @nj
- Miss Neola Clark, who has been a
hospital patient at^ Cranbrook for
about three v��eeks, has returned home
somewhat improved'in health.
Geo. Swanson. a son-inrlaw of Geo. | Creston Valley Conservatives were
Strong, with bis wife and family have \ never better, prepared to carry on an
Just arrived  from   Minnesoata   on   ajagressive election campaign than  is
visit, and may remain for tbe winter.
Mra. Neileon and family,
been living at Michel, have
Kitchener to reside.
who have
moved to
;y Mra, N. K. DevHbieft for RooheHter,
Minn., a few days ago, and will be
remaining there for mpne time httho
-M��yo Brothers,7-" ���--"���.-'���--
Quite a number from here were
motor visitors to Creston on Monday
attending tbe funeral of the late James
Jory, who for the pust four years has
jbeen In charge of forestry^ work in thto
section.     .
If a few more pupils have to be
taken care of a Becond room will bo
needed at the Kitchener school. The
enrollment at present ia almoat-at
tbe 40 murk. Mlua Randall, this yoar'a
teixoher. Is giving splendid satlafaction.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wickholm have
jiiRt ntrlved. from Omiyon kiiiI have
taken a year's leai*e on tha Tourlsfc
reutauraut. Tliey plan -ftome cbiingee
in th�� buBlnesa which will e-tlll further
: accommodate tliol|* cu��tomera.
Rev.  J.   Herd, man    of   Creston  in
annaunoed to be here for  the  United
Oilurdi. wefvice on Sunday moi-ulng,
wlthi Mr, llarbaclic relieving at Ore��-
ton.   Wince the Inception  ol tsunaay
> Mr. and Mrs. Cham.- Davis got back
a few days ago from a two weeks*
motor visit at points on the Pacific
coast.*" Whilst - they were absent
Ashton Powers of Cranbrook was in
charge q? tbe customs nfiSee*���.
Messrs.    A. H. McPhee   and  3am
rFyles of Cranbrook  were visitors with
C. H. Phillips a couple   of   days   last
week, and tried   out  the- hunting  in
these parts.
Uster Trading A;-Supply Company,
Limited, unloaded a car of Royal
Household flour nnd other Ogilvie
products this week.
Alf. Evi^na, who has been staying at
the ra nch here, for a couple of weeks,
left on Tuesday on hiB return to
Klocknmnn. ���
Mien Thouipson of Nelson and her
nephew Dick McMurray, tire spending
a f��w dayp this week with relatives at
Kimberiey and Cranbrook.    7
Pastor Harback is giving Liater"
every Sunday afternoon United Church
services at present, and in conjunction
with Principal Jenka la trying to
organize the Boy Scout or Trail Ranger work among&t the boys of tlie area..
School was closed on Monday afternoon out of respect for the late Jamea
Jory, secretary of the- board, whcao
death occurred Jn a motor. accident
late Friday night, burial taking place
nt OreBton,cbm6toify on Monday afternoon. Decoaeed waa one of LlBter'B
most progreaalve and best liked
citi-eena whose <> death .is deeply
regretted by all. In her very sad
bereavement MrB. Jory and family
have the alnceroBt sympathy of all.
points' efai3>lematic - ofe the" Valley.
school athletic championship^
For fair night's Manager Rodgers is
having a dance in the Grand Theatre
b-il!reasrt from 9 to 2 on Thursday,
October.-lst, and on Friday, night, he
will show .that sterling "English comedy, "Lord Chunxley."*
Faulty Steering-
Gear Fatality
the case in the oncoming federal fight;'
on this occasion having both the men's
and ladies* Tory^associations to spread
tbe party gospel.     Following the for-,,
���nation of Jtbe,ladies association   on
Friday Ia8t,yMSO*men had-a reorjganiza-
The United Dhurch Ladies* Aid had
their social * evening���postponed front
a - date - about three weeks ' past on
accnlibtof bad weather���at the church.
everyone appeared-to enjoy the affcujc*.
-       '" _ ^a -       ^"-
JkIIss BegtBOm of. VaoSconver ia"~s
Canyon ***isat��r at 'present,   the  guest
of Mr.-and'Mrs.. Knotfc.
A, Bdndbas finished plastering the
new residence of E. Cartwright at
Eriekson; and thia ��eek he nnd his
assistant, Jin* Bateman, are at Sirdar,
where they are plastering the Tourist
Canyon was treated tp a fine show
of pictures at the- United Church on
Sunday, evening, the * slides being
presented by Rev. Mr. Rod way. a
former Congregational pastor. He
left on Tuesday for Kitchener.
Font 9ai.b���Quantity of HO and 40
gallon steal drums. Also wood barrels
Priced to noil.   Ltdgate Bros. '
"Wanticd���"AppioB, tomatoes, crab-
applea, and nnlona, in car lota. ' Dou'fc
sleep at the switch, write or wire us at
once. I^tangata-CC Coal Company,
Moose Jaw, Sask.
Fo�� Samd���Kitclum cabinet with
enamel top, almoafc now^ Jj5-ltS. Also a
atx-bole tflut*ney-Ojcford r��r��g��, witb
reservoir and warming closet. In first
cliu-s    oha-pja,   SJ25.
Crcoton" Uotel. .
Can  be   scon 'sat
Creaton'-- first fatal auto mishap, on
Friday evening, claimed the life of
Jamea Jory, assistant forester, whilst
Alf. Palmer, forestry patrol, who was
in the ear at. the time, is painfully
injured, and Jas. Duncan, a tjilrd
occupant"of the car, eacaped with a
severe shaking up.
It would appear that the three men
left Kitchener Hbout8.30 in the forestry
truck, and at  a  point  about a   mile
weBt something happened the-steering
gear and the car went over the bank
in the neigh borhood of  the  Paulson-
M<mon sawmill and in the ono complete
turn the   car   made "the  unfortunate
man waa criiBlied  against  the   rooks
breauing all the ribs bn one side and
inflicting Internal in Juries, "n�� well as
cutting one of his wrlata ftorn which
there  was   a  heavy  loss  of   blood.
Fortunately Palmer1 and Duncan wero
sitting on the floor of the truck, which
most likely accounts for their miraculous escape.
Just about tho time the car went
oyer Geo. Cowan wut, paoolng on
horseback and his help was secured to
get Andy Wickholin, a car owner
employed at the mill, to bring tho
Injured irn��fn to "CrcBtonr; where Jory
rocet vndtovory poaslble attention at
I>s. H-��t**de'f��oi-i*i*i' awiira-Bry^ - but hla
Injuries wore bo complicated that
death einsued within 4 ��>ouple of houva*
Palmer Is at hla libriaa at Rrlokson and
In making a vory Batlafuctory recovery.
On   Saturday afternoon following a
post ^-kwrteiw - by Di-.TIIenclorson an
jtmueab vvjaij oposu-d .'.With v. jury co_.
il��t!ng '��'  H. 8. McCrekth.  foreman,
I Vk. ��� Jdu.; vBitosy'������. , Geo.'. .Hsnurew,
Mrs. Sid MoCabe and children; who
have been visiting at Cowley, Alberta,
bave returned to Sirdar.'
One of the largest c-eagrt-galions
"aeen nt church here in months was In
evidence at Church of England worship on Sunday night.
The B*&aB crew, which has been at
Kimberiey and Jerome for some time
past, arrived back on Monday night,
and ia doing a repair job at the
Apple and tomato shipping from
Sirdar runcbeB was very heavy at the
first of the week* Almost two car.
loads of these were shipped to Crow
points on Tuesday's wayfrcight.
Mr. and Mrs. Loadby and their
guests, Mrs. and Miss McCIenahan nf
Ottawa, Ont., got back on Friday
from their auto trip to the Windermere Country, and very much enjoyed
their Btay at the Sinclair Hot springs.
P. Andeataul and two sons of Wynndel are glv.lng tho necessary "repair to
tho bridges in Oils section, working
woat from Wynndel.
Jfonday'; night,
entbuswustfc and -representee tOvrtm
cut. ^Rie gathe**jWg; was prerfded ove.
by the* fethfog president, Major Mallandaine, and ""the foature iteaa of
business was the election of ofiicers. in
which most of the former officers were
again chosen for duty. Major Mallandaine was the unanimous choice for
president, with G. O. Rodgers n&aaed
vice president, and J; W. Hamilton
re-elected secretary and treasurer. A
strong executive was named covering
all the polling places of Boswell, Sirdar
Wynndel, "West CJreston, -Creston,
Eriekson, Canyon City, Camp Ustf-r,
and Kitchener. Foltowihg tho choice
of officers addresses were delivered by
Col. liister. Ml P. P., and.the president,
in wbich the federal issues as they
affect West Kootenay were discussed,
and the members advised to start work
at once as with no Liberal candidate
in the field the fight was bound to be a
atrenuoua one and every vote needed
to swing a Conservatiive victory.
Tea and Light
. at the
��)..     Ul.
On Thursday and Friday
afternoons have a "visit" with
your Mends, or yourself have
Tea and Light Refreshments
at the United Chttreh .{.jmMeB'
Mr. Bond, a Canyon plasterer, and | Aid Booth    near    the    Maill
his helper, a Mr. Bateinan  irom   the BuUdinK.
Candy also on sale.
Prompt and  ceurteous ser-
same place, are hei^e putting the interior finish on tho Tourist.- Hotel, and
will-complete the job this week.
If  sufficient local   capital   can   be
secured.It is moro than likely a small
electric * light plant will be put In at
Sirdar using tho power from tbe Rita
heartily     wel-
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Rnmhnr  I CIIIUCS  Ctnmr.e- .  miVJiiim*  Settlers Build Tkeir First Home  in  "You are no longer that," she said.  and strove to" smile.  "Yet I owe no thanks to you that  I am not," he answered. "I think  there's no more to foe said, unless it  foe to add the assurance that Lord  Julian Wade has also nothing to apprehend from me. That, no doubt,  will be the assurance that your peace  of mind requires?"  "For your own sake���������yes. But for  your own sake only. I would not  have you do"~anything mean or dishonouring."  "Thief 'and.pirate though I be."   /  She   clenched  her  hand,  and  made  a .-little   gesture   ol"   despair   and   im- ���������  patience.  "Will you never forgive me those  words?"  "I'm finding it a trifle hard, I confess. But,what does, it matter, when  all is said?" .     ^  Her clear hazel eyes consideresi  him a moment wistfully. Then she  put out-Iter hand again.  "I am going, Captain Blood.      Since  you   are   so  generous  to  my   uncle.,   1  shall'be. returning  to -Barbadoes with  Mm.      We are not    likely    to    meet  again���������ever.      Is it impossible that we  should partxfriends?      Once i" ivrong-  e'd you, 1 know.      And I have said that  I am sorry. Won't you    .    .    ."   won't  you say 'goodrbye'?"  He took the hand she proffered.  Retaining it, he spoke, his eyes-sombrely, wistfully considering her.  "You are returning to Barbadoes?"  lie said slowly. "Will Lord Julian be  going with you?"  "Why do you ask me that?" she  confronted  him  quite   fearlessly.  "Sure, now, didn't he give you 'ray  message, or did he bungle it?" .<  "No. lie didn't bungle it. He  gave it. me in your own words. It  touched me veryuleeply. It made nie  see clearly my error and my injustice.  I owe it to you ihat. I should say this  by way of amend. I judged too  har.-shly wh.-re it war- a presump'ion  to judge at. all."  He was sUll holding her hand, "And  Lord Julian, then?" Ih- asked, hi.s eyes  WORKING GIRL'S  EXPERIENCE  watching her, bright as  sapphires  the copper-coloured face. y  "Lord. Julian will no doubt be going  home to England.      There is nothing  more for him to do out here."  ���������y )*j*3ut didn't  he  ask  you to go with"  him?"  ....'' A.    ."'/''  "He did. I forgive you the impertinence.''  A wild hope It apt to life within him.  "And you? Glory be, ye'U not be  telling me ye refused to./become my  lady, when    .    .    ."  y*Oh! Yqu are insufferable!" She  tore her hand free and backed away  'froiTt him. " "I should not have come  .    .    .    Good-bye!"      She was speed-  "You wei"3," said the little man dryly. "But we've changed that in your  -absence.. You're broke for abandoning your post without due cause and  therefore imperiling the settlement  over which you had charge. It's a  serious matter. Colonel Bishop, as you  may find. .Considering that, you held  your office from the Government of  King James, it is even possible" that a  charge of treason may lie against you.  It rests with your successor entirely  whether ye're hanged" or not."  Bishop rapped out an oath; and  then, shaken by a sudden fear: "Who  the devil! may you be?" he asked: --  "f am Lo *d Willoughby, Goyerhor-  General of His Majesty's Colonies iii  'they-We-st Indies. You -were informed, I think, of my coming."  The remains of Bishop's anger fell  from him like a cloak. He broke into  a sweat of fear. Behind him Lord  Julian looked on, his handsome lace  suddenly white and  drawn.  "But, my Lord���������-" began the Colonel.  "Sir*   I  am  not; concerned  to  hear  European .settlers building their first home on tlie lands of the-British Do-  _   minions Land Settlement Corporation, north of Vermilion, Alberta.  Remarkable Land Settlement Plan  ing to the door.  Read How She Found Help  in Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound        j  Arnprior, Ontario.���������"I must write '  and tell you my experience with your  ir.edie'n'i. I was working at the factory  for three years and becamo do run-down  that I tmed to take weak spells and  would be at home at least one day each  week. I waa treated by the" doctors for  anemia, but it didn'tBeern la dome any  Hood. I wan told to take a rest, but waa  jnable to, and kept on getting worse,  f was troubled mostly with my periods.  I would ao-netim".*! pass three rnontha,  und when it cam*? it would last around  ..wo week!*, and I would have such painsat  :im������.ri in my riyhi nick* that I could hardly  wjilk, 1 am only II* years otf a-_;e and  iveip-h 118 poundinow, and before tak-  iiipr the Vegetable Compound 1 was only  lOX pound.-*. I wa-* *"ickly for two yearn  and .-ii.itu; ���������>*" iv.y fr.er.d:- told r..*: about  Lydia E. I'mkliarn*'* Vegetable Com-  furimd, and wh**n I had taken a bottle of  it I felt a -rhanKO. My moth������r ha������ been  takiriK it f������������r ������ d"n"V-r*"iit ailment _������jh1 han  .a.l.lila   J.     -.'''.j    .' .'it l.:t I .*>.' .���������!���������. j.    ���������    'J..-     ������������������>...,., fl  fn t.-ll friends* ntVmt th** rn^dicir--' and  ;.. ;i(wwi:r U'licrji a.skiriyf abv'Ut it. '*������������������-  f^i.M- ITa'/ri, T{i-:r<s*r>T. I'ox 700, Arnprior,  Ontario.  A day out each wt-ok ..Iiowji m t.lui pay  rnvrlope. 1 f ytm rfre troubled with w������m������  v.-o.-iknc-tfi. indirat<vi hy a run-down ������������������on-  dit.ion, tired f������������Hinp*-i, pains and irreiyu*  iarity, let Lydia K. Finkham'H VeKet**  hie Compound h<-"lp you.  VF  "And you? .    Glory be, ye'll not be telling    me   ye    refused   to   become   'My  Lady.' "  ��������� He sprang after her, and caught her.  Her face flamed, and her eyes stabbed  him like daggers. "These are pirate's  ways, I think!       Release me!"        ,  "Arabella!" he cric-^d. on a note ol  pleading. "Are ye meaning it? Must  I release ye? Must I let ye go and  never set eyes on yo again? Or will  ye stay antl make this exile endurable  until we can go homo together? Or.li,  ye're crying-now! What have I said  to make ye cry, my dear?"  "I . . . I 'thought j-ou'd never  say it," she mocked him through her  tc-a_i'.s. "There was never, never anybody but you, Peter."  j Governor Blood forgot ffbeauties of  ; his office. lie had reached home at  ' last. His odyssey was ended.  | Thoy had, of course, a deal 1o say  i thereafter, no much, indeed, that  s 1h������'.v sat down to miy it, whilst lime  : j-ped on, and Governor Blood forgot  the duties of his office. Ho had roach-  ' ed home at. hist. Ills odyssey was  ended.  And meanwhile Colonel Bishop's  j Meet had :ome to anchor, and Iho  j Colonel had landed on tho molo, a dl������.-  ; gruntlod man to bo disgruntled fur-  \ iher yer.* Jl*,- wuti aecoruiiaiili'd a,shore  by   laOid  Juiirin  Wade.  A coi'-itu-al'.'' guard was drawn up to  j 1'i'ceive him, and in advnnco of l.hl,s  , Hiood 31aJoi" Mai In I'd and two others  j'who w������'i*iV unknown In tin- Deputy-  1 Governor; ..ne f-lh?ht and elegimt, the  I other Mj.- and brawny.  Major Mallard advanced. "Colonel  I/h.hop,   I   have   order*,   to   arreai   you.  \' railv   a.-av<il'j|,   !���������!('' "  lil-diof- i',Mi*i������<l, em ihi filling. "Whsit  i ih.- ti<-vit .' Aii-.st hip, d'ye nay? Ar-  r* .1  ni. ':"  "1;> oilier of the Governor of Jani-  ul'ji," >jild the Hr-*anl little man hv-  bi.->d .Major MaMard. JUthr.p j-wimj.  to him.  "The Governor?   * You're mad!" Mo  looit--..    iiiain   mi.'   lu   ilaa-   oii'4T. "i   an)  t In-   Ge������\ * i tior "  ... \  your reasons," his Lordship interrupted ^arslily.'' "I am on the point of  sailing and I have not the'time.- The  Governor will hear you and no doubt  deal justly by you." "'He waved tb  Major Mallard, and Bishop, a crumpled, broken man, allowed himself to  be led away. "  To Lord Julian, who weut with him,  since none, deterred him, Bishop expressed himself when presently he  had-.6ufficie.itly recovered.  "This is one more item to  the account ol: that scoundrel    Blood,"    he  /said   thi dugh   his   teeth.       "My"* God,  what a reckoning there will foe when  .we meet!"  Major Mallard turned away liis face  that he might conceal his smile, and  without furth-ei* words led him a pris-.  oner to the Governor's house that *so  long had been Colonel Bishop's own  residence. He was left to wait under ^ua'rd in the hall, whilst Major  Mallard wenf ahead to announce him.  Mis������ Bishop was still, with Peter  Blood when Major Milliard entered.  His announcement startled them  back to realities.  "You will.be. merciful with liim. You  will spare him all you can for my  sake, Peter," she pleaded.  "To be sure I will," said Blood, "but  I'm afraid the circumstances won't,"  She effaced herself, escaping into  the garden and Major Mallard  fetched the. Colonel, ���������  "Hi.s Excellency, the Governor, will  see you now-," said he, and threw wide  the door.  Colonel Bishop staggered in and  stood waiting.  At the table sat a man of whom  nothing was visible but the top of a  carefully curled, black "head. Then  this head was raised, andv a pair j>f  bljiie eyes solemnly regarded the prisoner. Colonel Bishop made a noise  in his throat, and stared'into the face  of His,Excellency, the Deputy-Governor of Jamaica, which was flTe if ace  of the man he had been hunting in  Tortuga to'his present undoing.  The situation waa best expressed to  Lord WHloughby by Van der Kuylen  as the pair stopped aboard the Admiral's  flagship, ���������..���������������������������  "Id  Is  fery boedigal!" ho" said,  his"  blue eyes twinkling.      "Cabdaln Ulood  is fond of boedry���������you remember de  abble blpHsoms.   N So?     Ha, ha!"  Tho End.  Influential   British   Company to  Assist  ,  Settlers and Promote Colonization  The Vermilion district in central Al-  ^erta* is this summer..the scene of a  remarkable, and most promising . development in landJ-settlement. The  undertaking referred to is that of the  British Dominions Land Settlement  Corporation Limited, a powerful financial organization, formed in London,  England, for .the., express purpose, as  its name implies, of promoting land  colonization in the Overseas British  Dominions and particularly in this  Dominion of Canada. This company  represents a new departure in the way  of assisting a gri cul tural families of  srpali means'���������who' desire to establish  themselves on the soil. Backed by  millioiis of "Old. Country money, it provides the -'right' kind; of farmers w-ith  land on easy terms and aids them in  equipping these farms.'-and getting  thoroughly established thereon.  The high character of the company  is indicated by the personnel of its'*.  British directorate, which" includes:  The Duke ofr Sutherland, chairman;  the ..Right Hon.. Sir Newton Moore, j-  KC-MG.. formerly prime minister of ; j  westiern Australia; the Right Hon. Sir |  Arthur -.Griffith.. Boscawen, formerly  minister of agriculture in the British'!  cabinet; -Sir >Edward Manville, Chairman of the great Daimler Motor Car  organization;."Sir Robert Lynn, M.P.;  Col. A. G. Counsins,- O.B.E.; and Mr.  Mervyn Brown. These names in  themselves, furnish a guarantee of.tlie  standing of an organization which has  for its objeet the use of British capital  in assisting.to/develop and people the  vacant space's of the empire���������an ideal  ivhich has seized the mind- of the  British people especially during the  years which have succeeded the war.  Iu the "United Kingdom it is more than  ever, recognized that the- future of the  Mother Country lies in the growth ot  to" the"'married farm laborer who  wishes to "become a'land owner; and  (3) to tlie married farmer who, owing  to his present unfortufi&te location,  lias suffered; from drought, floods or  frost.      W'iile the" British-Doxuinl<ms  Corporation intends later "ou to extend  it's operations to other parts of western Canada, it has chosen the -fertile  section     of    central     Alberta  as   the  scene ot' its first undertaking."     in*"this  area it has become the outright owner  of 262,000 acres of land.      Of this .land  about  150,000   acres   consist  of  scattered sections, half-sections and quar- .  ter-sectfems.   lying   between .the   Vermilion and' Saskatchewan Rivers with'  the town of ^Vermilion as the chief distributing point!     The rest of the company's holdings lie west and north of  Edmonton.      Driving north* from Ver-  milton  through' the  main  east  block,  one encounters a series of rolling hills  and valleys, the lulls green with verdure   laud   dotted   with" darker   green  clumps of trees and brushwood.     The  landscape is interspersed  with  small  lakes and is thus an exceptionally attractive  one.      The prevailing soil is  a black loam with a clay sub-soil.  B^JftMCS OLIVeft CURW00D  __yi__ : ��������� *���������  The golden rule phould work both  ways, but most men who aro willing  to do an ihey would bo done by  want to bn done by flr.st.  the outlying,parts of the^mpire. The  Canadian board of the corporation is'  constituted as follows: Mr..'Mervyn  Brown, chairman; Mr. Robert McKay,  of Allan, Ivlliam & McKay," Winnipeg;  Mr. W. H. Carter, of Carter, Hall &  Aldinger, 'Winnipeg; Mr. W. P. Dut-  ton, Winnipeg; and. Mr. Isaac Pit-  blado, K.C, as .special counsel. Mr.  W. T. Badg-ii* is general manager.  To bo specific, the British Dominions  Corporation sells its land at fall* prices  and    on    fll'teen-yoar terms, with no  cash  for'three  years except interest  and   taxes,   tho   principal   to   be-  discharged during the remaining twelve-  years of the period.      Besides giving  land .on   such   reasonable   conditions,  the corporation advances   to  settlers,  having-no livestock    nnd    eauipnient,  two dollars for every ono dollar put  up by the settler for those necessities.  Por tho money thus advanced the corporation takes back a flve-yoar chattel mortgage on which only interest ia  .payable   for  two  years,  thus  leaving  the principal to bo discharged  in the  third,    fourth   and   flfth years of the  loan.      To bo acceptable to the  corporation,    tho,    farmer  must  have  a  family or at least bo a married man.  Tlie corporation is cutting and stack-  lug logs  for salo #to  settleVs  on  Ave  COMMENCING in  dur   next  issue  thrilling stcry^of the wi  open spaces  till 3  rids  You will be  gripped tytke story of  Baree. tKe ^volf dog,  Pierrot,, tke Kalf-Dreed  trapper* and his daughter,  Nepeeeey   the  "Wallow.  You -will also be interested inBushMcTaggart,  the unscrupulous factor of  Post MacBain, who was  determined to marry  Nepeese.  A LOVE EPfiC OF  **b* ftji Bj*' ttTjtk flfti &k9 _f_f_r^Tr *U���������  After Shaving  Mix rvJ.nard'"-- with Hweut oil and  applj to iho face. Wontlc-rrully  soolhlng.  ixnrm"",'*M..ra  years' credit, thus making it easy for  the newcomer to erect a shelter for  his family without delay. Where it  appears necessary, tho corporation advances oven food for tho family and  feed for the animals during the flrst  months of occupation. Supervisors  In tho employment of the company  constantly circulate amongst the settlers, knoping in touch with their  needs -and .-iferiug advice and assist-  mice wherever such Is culled for.  It will thus bo ������ccu that, the company offers an exceptional, opportunity to (1) tho married renter who  giOKKOHrit'tS ijvoHiocit una ���������������*��������� uipiueiiL ami  wishes lo have a farm of his own;  (2)  Pity Starvln-j Europe  'A dispatch from Belgrade says that  the'lioi's d'oeuvre at the leading hotel  consists  of  Com* pieces  ot  tongue,  a,  all ce of ha iii, thre-u siloed ~f uausago.  one siu'dlne, one slice of cold veal, two  alices of salami, half an ogg with mayonnaise, a slice of voul loaf, potato  and meat eaUul, rtuUslies*��������� I'icUle:- and  butter. Aftor thut, one begins on thu  meal.���������Detroit Free Press.  The  claima  fellow   with  it Is a cool  cold  J"eel.  head.  ...,-. - alOi   usual I ,v  Refreshes Tired Eyes  WiluML'rlne*rJ.'..Chlcr*,������o,Ci-rkiv'������s'-:*ir**l������ook  wm**wwwmmmmmm  SBwTjw^^  mmmm, ��������� nmrwt** <*^.���������w������  I'S--  /.  i /  -s"*. nn  !EEE   BiSyXBW-    GBESTON B   B.   O.  ���������k_k- All shoes ar-eaeifo 1 Urge Marines To  Revolt  ta\W84mw**%   ���������*_���������<������������������)���������  iflg i !  Shoe Polisfs  s  The standard 15*value |  Everi|lKidv1uie-rfstIi3-juaIi^ |  Compare the ouaniif u ������   J  WORLD HAPPENINGS  |        BRIEFLY TOLD  It is-rumored that the Ontario Gov  _ eminent is considering an. increase ih  dues on /timber cut in crown lands.  The national research council at Ottawa announce tliat A." B. McLay, of  lite University of Toronto, has been  awarded one of three fellowships having a vaiue ot $1,200. ���������  Col. J. ,Obed Smith, former Canadian  superintendent of emigration in London, lias, sailed for ' Canada. ."Gol.  Smith-4 intends spending . several  months,-.in the Dominion.  Right Hon. Austen Chamberlain, the  foreign secreta*./, announced in the  Houseyof Commons that tbe British  Government does not propose to send  troops to Tangier* Morocco.  For .the first time in eleven years;.  Toronto, Ont., during the month .of  June was free '-from motor fatalities.  Since 3914, 42 persons" were killed by  automobiles during the -month of June,  seven in .19-22 ana seven.in 1924.  According to immigration officials  at Niagara Falls. Ont., 91'Canadians  returned from the United Stales during June. In. addition, there were 771  other nationalities came through to  Canada.     There were 196 rejections.  Red   Propaganda   Directed   At   British  -    Fleet Visiting Norway  y The arrival of a British , fleet for a  visit tq Oslo "was marked by intensive  demonstration by Norwegian communists. Secret appeals were made* to  the bluejackets and the marines.  "Rise in revolt rather than obey  your government if, you* are ordered  io mafce war on Russia," was one  message floated in the face*"Sf the  British tars by local communists.  The appearance of the inflammatory  | propaganda directed at the British  ' fleet visiting Norway    was    resented  __ "*"  ! deeply by the I<orse Government as  } well as the> British officers of the  " { fleet. - Russia has objected, to- the  " ��������� presence of a British-fleet'in northern  watei-3 and ihis propaganda-Is. taken to  have been inspired by Moscow.  Victim Of X-ray Research  English   Doctor   Forced   to   Give   Up  PracticeJ is   Dangerously  III  Dr. T. H. Sanderson Wells, of Wey-  mpufch. an- X.-ray martyr, has had to  -give up practice and go into a London  ,Jnuj-sing ' home    for an' operation in  "which his life is at stake.  Throughout nearly the" whole of -his  professional life,..Dr. Weils haa been  handicapped by injuries he received In  the early .days of his career In experimental -X-tfay research, by which he  jvas badly burned in-the. leg.   .  Dr. Wells Is one of tlie best-known  surgeons in this part of- the country,  but few "have known z&t"~^the Intense  pain and crippling disability which he  suffered In recent ^years.  Cold on the Chest  _U?_rv_r������l-       I unnl-nJ       I ���������"_!_>     IH? *__���������*?  \.  Ptet Ileal Miisterd i  Right at the" top of the  list of camping necessities Is .% tin of two of  real mustard.  Men who fish and men who  i shoot know what a spiciness  and flavour mustard freshly  . mixed, with cold water, adds  to the ham,, bacon, fowl, venison and other good things  -   they eat in qamp.  379R  /\TTS|  *Jf*UJ_������L  OSSWORD PUZZLE  mmrnm  Constantinople Hears U.S. Signals  - Clear, tr insmission of signals, to  Constantinople, a distance of more  than 5,300 miles, is-the latest accomplishment of a short wave radio set,  ysvltli w-hieli tbe navy department is  expertoentlng at "Lakehurst. N.J. The  set . previously had - been heard at  Honolulu about 5,000 miles distant."  ������* *. ..       ���������    *  jr;^*****"'  When the throat is sore, and the  chest is tight and full of congestion,  something strong enough to pefietrate  through the tissues must be applied  quickly. To get the quicltest results,  apply good old .Nervilsrite. Rub It Iu  deeply; it wont burn or tt>lfster, but it'  will bring the blood to'the surface, will  draw out the inflammation and" subdue  your cold and, make you well in a  short time. - No other, liniment so  potent, so strong, so <iulck_ to bring  soothing $.nd relief as reliable old  "NervilFue."* Nearly fifty years lu  use, and spld in most countries  throughout .the . world In large 35c  bottles.  B.C. Mining  Mining 'circles in the Slocan district  in. British Columbia are elated oyer  the fact that ore has been stVucit at  the White "j!"afcer mine, at a depth o*  3,600 feet, as this proves_that certain  ore bodies in that region v go down  deeper than hitherto proved.  SAVE THE CHILDREN  Mothers who keep a box of Baby's  Own Tablets in. the house may- feel  that the lives'of their little ones are  reasonably safe during the hot weather: atomach. troubles, cholera infantum and diarrhoea carry off thousands  of ll*ti**a 01-1*������ -*v?**!-\r ������-!i^i!_____^e"* -*n *nost  cases because the mother does not  have a "safe medicine at hand to give  promptly. Baby's Own Tablets relieve these troubles, or if given occasionally to the^ well, child they will [  prevent their coming'on. Tbe Tablets  are guaran-eed. by a goverainent analyst to be absolutely harmless even  to ��������� the. newborn babe. ' -Th.e*y are  especially good In- summer because  they, regulate" the bowels and keep the  stomach sweet and pure. They are  sold by medicine dealers or f������y mail  at 25 cents a "box from The Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Horizontal   ^        /  1���������Merry.      "-  6���������Made of hemp.  11���������One.  12���������Part of verb to be.  14-���������Long ago.  ,15���������intoxicant.  16���������Rascal.  " 8���������Coarse    cloth   made  from Jute.  19���������Exists.  20���������One who steps.  22���������Street {abbr.).  23���������To put or place.  24���������Vegetable.  26���������Neat.  28���������International       Correspondence      Association <a.bbr..)  30���������Or.  32���������Springy manner.   "*'  33���������Heavenly body,  34���������Drunkard.  35���������Hearing -organs.  37���������Head covering.  39���������Closely -Inspect.  40���������Pronoun.  42���������Cuts.  45���������Pronoun.  46���������Proposed universal  language.  48���������Flower of the magnolia species.  49���������Mound.  50���������Cut.   _  52���������Railways   (abbr.).  53���������Beverage.  54���������7-A variety of wine.  55���������Begs.  Vertical  1���������One -skilled - in  science.  2���������A burden.*  3���������-Vigor.  4���������Pronoun.  5���������Fine   trimming.  6���������Coarse  cordage.  *"���������Pronoun.  8���������Utensil.  9���������Ages.  10���������To  provoke.  13���������Greedily.  legal  16���������Pen.  17���������Vim.  20���������A fruit with wing-  like expansions (pi.).  21���������Those -wbo reel.  23���������A Sower.  25���������To^-quiet.  27���������Soak.  28���������Belonging-to it.  2S���������Perform.  31���������Syria (abbr.).  33���������-A division into factions of the church  because of difference  in belief."  36���������Directs.  38���������Practice   diligently.  39���������Writing implement.   -.  41-���������GIrl'3 name.  43���������Sensation preceding  aii epileptic seizure.  44���������A lock.  4 sr     -__������___...-_-.. ������-i  iia- *������*; rtctm u.  47���������Lubricate.  48���������Beverage.  51���������Parent.  53���������"Exist.  Investigate Western Oil Fields 1    Answer To Last Week's. Puzzle  Thirty employees are constantly engaged" In dusting tbe 3,000,000 books  contained    in    the    British    Museum  library.  A n   Attractive  Version  blouse  Over-  r  T*> AINTED wall. jihd  "^ woodwork regains  i t s freshness with  Sally Ann. /It never  scratches; it's good for  hands, too. .  WraTtRN   CUKANBCnlt   L.HM-TKO  CAtOMOY,   CaaVNaXUX  la-ice, edgings and narrow tucks  elaborate the tailored blouses of today. One cannot have too many attractive blouses to wear with separate skirts, thus creating Jthe smartest  two-piece frocl^s. The* model pictured here was made of white crepe-  de-chlne with groups of narrow tucks  in tin** front and back and opens all  the way down the centre front. The  round boyish collar is becoming and  the full-length sleeves . are finished  with t. tailored cuff, The pattern is  perforated, for short sleeves and provides an attractive cuff, The hip-  band may be omitted and the blouse  tucked under the skirt-band in regulation ahirt-waist style.. Sizes 34, Bp,  38, 40 ami A2 inches bust, Size 38  bust requires 2% yards of 3<5-lnch, or  214 yards of 40-inch material. , Price  20 cents. * '���������' ''< "  Out* Fashion-' Boole, Illustrating: the  newest and moat, practical styles, will  bo oC interest to every homo dressmaker. Bach copy Includes ono coupon fsocKl for five cenifriu tho purchase'  of-any ��������� pattern. '..'' :'"���������  How To Order Patterns*  Nothing as Good for Asthma. A������J_h-  nia remedies come and go but every  year the sales of the original Dr. J. J).  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy grow greater and greater. No further evidence  could be asked of its remarkable  merit.. It-relieves. It Is always of  the* same unvarying: quality which the  sufferer fronv asthma learns to know.  Do hot suffer another attack, but - get  this splendid remedy to-day.  South Africa has recently provided  special air-mail "postage stamps' for  use in the new Capetown to Durban  services. " "     ...  ��������� Corns cannot exist when Holloway.'s  Corn Remover is'applied to them,' because It goes to the root aud kills the  growth,  Whale steaks, seaweed Jelly and  sharks' fins were among the delicacies served at .a ro'cent luncheon'.of  the* Paris Zoological Society. 7  CLE ANSER  T  W.    N.     U.    K>Mi  Address���������WinnIpeg IMewapaper UnIon,  115 McDtrmot Awe., Winnipeg /  Pattern Nov...........Size.........*.  . ��������� ..<������ i.������i������aia,.aa...,,,'aa.'>������a.a4*. aa^> * *  ..������.,������.. ��������� aa aa a>-������ .<m mm....... ,..,,.. ,_������ ^���������  Name   1"**WI". a. a. . . ��������� ��������� ��������� ,-.w^, ���������', a.H,,a.a,i,tt,,*al������R.4  ��������� ��������� V  Seiad..20c cjIu'��������� or. .atamna  (wrap coin  twrorully).  Minnird'H  Hni men": for Soro Feet  PIMPLES ITCHED  ALL THE TIME  Face and Arms Covered.  Could Not Sleep at Night.  Cuticura -Heals-  : '' My face and orms were covered  with pimples and blackheade. The  pimples were hard and red and  nailed over. They, Itched and  burned all "the time, and I could not  Bleep at night. My face looked no  badly that people talked about it,  " I rend nn ndvertlB������ment for Cuticura finai'". and Ointment nt-d nent  lor a free imaraple. After uuing It I  g;at. relief uo purchased more and in  two weeks C waa completely healed."  (Signed) Mies Muriel Jolly-more,  "Lower Wenatworth, Nova Scotia.  Clear the: pores of impurities by  dally use of Cuttcura Soap with  touch cm of Cutlcura Ointment aa  meeded to ja-oothe and Sieal. Cutlcura  Ta"cum la Ifragrant and refreahlng.  l__iual������.������  XaMtaaa,  "Ji'i%ml 'laaj-   a,^ai.*j3.     .Vu.aia auaa^a  4Jmtm  UtaiMtt   "IImOimha i.tayummmmmi* .J-rGa.,  Bfln. Olnlmont BB ���������r,d {MM. Tulenm OB*.  iE^SS-"" ���������Ci"tU*wr* Sluk-i'laji Stick Site.  Giant Oil Corporation Will Look Into  the Possibilities;  The RoyaL Dutch Shell Company,  one of the giant oil companies of the  world, has decided to "investigate tbe  oil development possibilities of western ,C anada, with a view^ to 'entering  the _.eld. *  John I. Moore, geologist, representing Dr. "W, "Van Kolstpellekam, the  chief geologist of the Royal Dutch:  Shell Company's various corporations -3n the United States, arrived in  Calgary to make a thorough investigation. Mr. Moore made no secret  of the fact tbat the big company's Interest has been aroused by tlie marvellous naptha gusher in the Turner Valley field, known as Roygflite No. 4. He  said "he knew of no other well on the  continent lilce it, judging from rqppris.;  J"'."--'*"..-.-��������� ���������*��������� ���������:-:7,.'.-. -k"r'k--As.\   '.-   :7::: .--p^  Fkst Maa jjSwii-as TKanaeg Estssary  Covers Course of Thirteen Miles In  Five  Hours *  Starting on the .Kent side, Mr. Norman Derhain, of Southend-on-Sea, succeeded in BWimmlng across the  Thames Estuary art hts third attempt.  A week previous ho was obliged, to  give; up o'-sring to cramp when two  miles from the Kent coast.  The distance across 'the "estuary  where ho crossed is seven miles, but  during, his swim he covered a distance  of 13 miles in five hours. /*  When he .reached 'sou.tb.end tho tide  was out, nncE he -was obliged to walls  300 yards on. tho 'mi*,-! to reath tlac  foreshore.  Mr. Derham's feat has never before  boon accomplished,  M.lnard"*. Liniment for Neuralgia  ,_W_aat.a������ailU  Ho*ap  Shorthand is onti of the, arts that  have never been lo-at. A system was  prndiced In I-hoonLca bcforiiji .tho  Greeks existed as a people, and possibly also J tu-13a by I on.  Regina Civic improvements  The city of Regina will spend $420.-  000 d-urlng the. year onaddl tions and  extensions to public wor^s, Including  the--'Installation''- of another electric  light and power unit, comprising a  complete new turbine generator to cost  -$130,000. '���������'/:):��������� AAA'y^m   x '   ,  Save Your Child's ToeisOs  ' Ttrt, O-aJaios put'dkesui' tlwta^ Cat u n>u-poa_c ' '������aj  ���������Key .KouW not be. raaoredL  If (key *������s iaflaanaed, red. ������vroD������a or dwauued.  '       iuwl in*' limnx lNaTEULipEf*m.Y w you would  tw������l *i-jr other jUlnwnL    Operation* mr. e������jwri-  ���������>*������, ���������oavctinM_i<bi.B������ou*.a_nd njuats unncceasarp  - Cive your child ��������� treatment olf  Or. Thuna9s Tonsil  and AderfcoficS Tablets  _yt   not*   lu_w.   4|uicVIy   th_t   t������e.uM*   will   di������apftc**  Pol Op tu 2 ������b������. ������_i m.00 und $2.00 jw BolO.  ���������Ddl w Wiii* T������MlU|r Urn uTamaateM-tk  .M*la Otkt. a___a La.laAntaaay:  ������M QUEEN ST. W_. TOItOtOO Twuty ������7T������  .   g������n������*._   1105 QttMa 3*. e***���������r.lwl������l��������������� <MO������  1 tlW Dwrf������N-|l. A.. tlmrtui ma    " ^jft.1 ,  - "-  ���������   CARON  LIGHT, WATER & POWER  STI^ PLANT5  Caron  BrofEiBrs  I MO.  U'OC; -Sr-a JXve,., IS.  SASKATOON.  3tafc.t44cil--.to.af-  V  Miller's Worm  IPowclcra  are   sweet  and  palatable to children, who show  no hesitancy in taking them.      They  will ^certainly brlmp worm troubles to  an  uj-lihL      They; uu'o  tu  Hli'ongrtlionttiiK  ami aLJjuuiaflJats"' ijioi*1.c1.u������:*,   coxrocitUK,  the   cllsorclora   of' dl-Bt-stlon   that   tlm;  "���������"/���������oralis causa and imparting a healthy j  tottei to the ^ystoin moat bc.riofl.ctal to |  dove'lopmeni,. 1  WOOL  M..do Into y������rn 3Se lb., or Oalli SSc lb.  "Wr|a"������"  tor elrc-il-uf auottm"': otir  prteew  fO-f        -Uiai"--.J U. t.'.S,        _!,���������._,(. C4J'|l-|;:i, l-lllllka-l ."���������,  mmacltlaaw cout������rin.riict iMnnta, etc.    v  tUOBURV WO-Otl.UtM WILL'S, LIMITED  ttudfaury, OnL  Amon'K tht*' exhibits- 1n tlio ehomleal  section of Uio "Weiubluy exhibition Is  a uuu-.ll tubo uf SjjuuIIii. to obiaJa  which 1.00*) oxen bad to be slaughtered-,  Minard'a   LBmimentt  for ftSio-jmatlsm  this  new rrtrwcH ikivikd.,  TTH. EERtjB^P'fi'OW SSlO. 1  TH 'ifc imjrll ���������    llJr'iWI 9r*mW. jCt  THERAPION Nn 3  IWn. I fur KS������d������l*i- C������iuirr������. Ho. 1 for Hloort <#  EShln "lxeii-n-4.- Mo.ll forcaroiiUcWatiakneasca.  ������������������.U O-W l.X*DII*������"C������������l������ WifcJi".������l*������t,:������ IM K.NM������.J.hl������.3������.  Isa.l. H C1 K������i* *M*-d. Cj*. H������4 4ri4.t rx'M-'V il.l-a .v, *. L (.���������-,' <m  w Mull Hi.. I O-i. >a������ !!-. h- ������a,M M.. II,, 1 a,i-,,H jo. u������r  4WU4- UaH4.RW.ftM t������l**ua. M������MI   U.'kUU  i^~-|   Itow***-"***  *m 1' >������������"^JMa*VU,"^i|-^ft^Ua.AB.ja^^  'IWpp'IMMIMIWflj  i_rti������ii.il.iiiila>a.-aailtajiiiiiiaaii|aai  mim^m^4mmmmm^mmm iiiiu.iMaa.iiaiavi.������raatllllfqW!Mi(_wM_ii������  llu.il..l.liMUMlu���������������w*_>������(l(  SjgSiM#i^^^  Kem^m^am^wi>^mmmmm'������mmm  ���������filB OBKSVOH ������B������IBW  JFwr  Pianoforte, OTg&vi &u&  Singing Lessons  AR7BUR COLLIS, Creaton  r.o. 0m ������  ^*ftfiRi���������ii"nioiir**i ifisir*  *__l h I mi ______ ___! _wr **fc _k ^_k    m h u *^  <a    w a Iillfl Ulu lit   ,������.  LiiilEI aiu 1 itlflljL tUlllL'li Iw  -^���������m ���������tgr -p* *w        'W _l        "If   If <"# m Itf  Wynndel������ United  i<WHMMM*I������I  PRE-EMPTS ONO  Vacant*       unreserved,       surveyed  cr-ron leas-?������ men? bo p*_-*s-*nriipt*2"i ������y  British subjects over 18 years ot ���������������#<*-,  and by aliens on declaring Intontlon  to become British j subjects, conditional upon rvsldsnoo, oooupatton,  and Improvement for oinrleultUTml  purposo**. ''������������������''.    -..":'/.���������������������������    .-|-,v.   .>-.;,,  . Fall information concornlnE re*m-/  atio-aa rogordlnic preemption-.Aim.  Blvon In Bulletin No. 1.*_bandh9o-rt-*������4i  ���������How to Pre-empt JUand/' copWC q*  which can bo obtained free of charaa  by aadresslngt the TDepartmont of  l^an-le, Victoria, B.C, or to any. Government Airwat. *���������,.-.  B������Gorda will bo sranttid covering  only land suitable tor agricultural  purpose**, and -which in hot tlmber-  land, Le., carrylnir over 6,000 board  feet per acre -west ot the Coast Flange  and 0,000 foot per acre east or* that  R*neo.     *   .'���������' 77cj77-:.*/������������������"  Applications for pre-empUon������ are  to be addressed to the **Uund Com-  mlsaloner of tho .Land Recording:Division, in -which the land applied for  Is (situated, and ore made on printed  forms,  copies of which. can be obtained from tho X_uad Commissioner,  Pre-emptions must bo occupied for  five ream and Improvomento made  to value of $10  per acre,  Including  . cleaxJtao: and cultivating at least five  acres, before a Crown Grant can- be  -received.;..,..  F**Ji- more detailed inforrnatioa, see  tho Bulletin '���������How to Pre-empt  Z<and.** -'  .        ���������       PURCHASE ���������������  Applications are received for pur  chase of vacant and unreserved  Cr*_wi* lawSs, not b-sin-? tin-iberiand.  for- agricultural:' purposes;- -minimum  prlco oS'-Orst-clasa (arable) land is *6  per aero, and second-class (grasins)  land $2.E0 per acre. S-urther Informationregarding purchase or lease  of <__ro*������rB lands Is given In Bulletin  No. 10, _Land Series, "Purchase and  . I^ease of Crown X-uids."  Mill, factory, or Industrial altcojon  timber land, not exceeding 40 "Seres,  may be purchased or leased, the conditions .including payment ot  stunapase.  HOMESITE   LEASES  ��������� Unsurvoyed areaa^ not exceeding 20  acres, may bo leased -as homesttes,  {conditional upon.- a, dwelling being  , erected ln- the first year, title being  obtainable after "residence and Im-"  .pravement conditions, are fulfilled  '_nd~lax__& has been"* surveyed:-   -'    -*   J  History waa made at Wynndel on  Sunday af terttoon, when for the first  time on record in B.C* since tho  Uni.������.-(1 Oliim-h hut* count- iut<* Wu������k������1|  rupresontt^tivea of the former Oongro- J  gutionul, Methodibt nnd Presbyterian  denominations all took part in the  Borvire of dedicating Wynndel'a new  United Church.  K.ev. Dr. Ferguson, former Presby  tei-lan    superintendent   of   missions,  delivered the  opening address, which  twos' an intensely interesting review of  the proceedings   of  the   first  general  council of the.,new  denomination   at  .Toronto in June.   Rev. Mr. Bad way,  \yho bad given   a  lantern   lecture  at  Wynndel the evening  pioyious,   was  the    Congregational    representative,  and the pastor, Bev. J. Herdman* was  the one time Methodist delegate.  CjWynndel,talent was assisted by the  Oreston choir in rendering the musical  features, with   Miss   Edna Holmes at  the   organ.   MiBses   ECdilh Cook   and  Alice Comfort, and   Messrs. O. Moore  and, R. Randall pleased witb a mixed  quartette,    and   an   anthem   by  the  choir also added to the niusical set-vice  The new building, which  will sent  125 comfortably, and is opened practically    debt   free,   presents   a  most  attractive interim* in its finish of cedar  V joint put on diagonally, and many  weae thecotiipliments^paid Frea Pen  OGILVIE Goods are dependable  \  GRESTflM MLLIFAIR  Sept 30th, Oct. Istr2nd  POULTRYMEN1  LEASE������  i "Por graslng and' industrial pur-  'poses areas not exceeding 640 acr*������  ���������may "be leased by one person or t  company.  Under the Grasing Act the Province Is divided Into graslng district*  and tho .range administered under i  Gracing- Conunissloner. Annual  graalns permita aire Issued based on  numbers ranged, priority being given  to established - owners. Stock-owners  may form' associations for range  management. Free; or partially free,  permits are available for,, settlers.  tscaxp&m and traveller*?, up to ten  ?K>ad.  wltFjf Spice  ���������-  . Helps over moulting.    '.  J   Brightens the plumage.  eJiist the thing for, the. birds  you will be  showing  at  the fall fair.  I  acKsoos  Daily Opportiiniti^M  are Offered to the  Accmxumat^ a fi_t_d. s���������������' that  you naay be'able to take  sdvaatsge   of   just   jbugH  oppo_t8������E_itl^ S^emattc as^  "oosits Ia   a Savmgs Aoswiasi-s  THE CANADIAN BANK  ���������wVmWr. ���������*���������" B  -. 9 "���������������������������  B        -____. ���������__���������__���������_��������� IHI-l*____a____i  S  B  We.can supply, your requirements of Batteries, Tubes  and Accessories from fresh stock just arrived,  *- 7"  QUALITY GOODS  PRICED RIGHT I  mjsim. a������k  aSBte.   SB   A.BM    Str������ B ^BBn  nfl 81 0M ���������*  oSBR     69   S-_ fi_L__r Bjufl H (SSL. IS        jgag  hjh gaa   im ,��������� aa  CHJJVROLET HJDOTOR CARS A3ST>  .    ,      TRUCKS  AGSNT&  McIxAUQHliN-BUiCK^  iiiiiwaa  WuTmWieT Undcrw���������OT for Men  Women and Children.  mWW^^ltf^$&\^^~&\rli44fVBttl4  S5S  33S  ���������..l,i.l'l.'i,iiniJil.'.������^l,l,  "5=5*55  91  You will all need warmer Underwear for the coming  cooler weather.  When buying come in and see our stock which includes  the well known and reliable makers such as Watson's, Stan-  field's and Penman's.  We have the above in shirts, Drawer^ and Combinations Suits, also a line of finer All Wool Combinations for  Men in Jaeger and other English makes.  OUR PRICES MARKED IN PLAIN  FIGURES.  RCANTILE COMPANY  ssas  LIMITED  ���������     ! .  '���������   r������ *  ������  son and Walter Cooper, who supervised building. The ladies had the edifice  profusely decorated with evergreens  and cut flowers, while the boys had  been busy all day Saturday and had a  most creditable appearance around the  exterior.  In church work Wynndei has things  well organized. .The board of management consists of A. W. Mason. Mrs.  E. Williams. A. Wail, J. O. Abbott-  and Geo. Taylor, the latter also, hav  ing charge-of the frail Ranger work.  The Sunday scnool is well staffed "and  I attended. The ladies' aid enjoys an  active and representative-membership,  and Miss Ethel Towson Very success  Printed Butter  at  ������_ n^F-9-flra  FOR FALL CULTIVATION  ��������� * ������    A Massey-Harris Plow, Sprihg Tooth Harrow or Scuffler will do  the work as it should be done. There are twelve different points- and  attachments for a Massey Harris Scuffier that meet all requirements.  By bnying a Massey-Harris machine you are sure of getting repair-  when needed.  Feed Prices are Falling Slightly  "We have a full line of Flour and Feed, sach as Royal Household  and Purity Flour, Pastry Flour, Rolled Oats, etc Also Ogilvie's Laying Mash and-Calff Meal. ���������  eUVUUlQKlUK I B  C.G.I.T. corps.  MEWSO  &QuE-_e3ns_"  ar. c   r..  Mayor Irvine of Fernie will draw  8500 in salary fop 1925.  At their sports and dance on  Labor Pay Naktiap fire brigade  netted $250 and the money will be  used to erect a firehall.  The quiet that prevails in the  night life at RobSla.nd is encourafc*-  inps coyotes to invade poultry ya^rds  at residences well within the town  limits.  Scored on points for nratiage-  ment, displays, arrangements, etc.,  the News claims the Nakusp fa,ir  of 1924' was ranked fourth in all  the province _  At Bonners Ferry sportsmen are  complaining because "-.he duck shoot  ing   season   does   not   open   until  ������ aIas^ci oft       ^^���������l^_.Cfc,  1_V������->f _n������--i>  i li|.  ASIA   1:* vc>_3 Rtf**..  13S SKI 5!^**_         elO-     otiSer  Light CoaLOil and White Rose Gasoline in cases or by the gallor-.  Ploueh Shares and Fin Coulters.    Barb "Wire.  y-a_A���������1l ,  i^  jfp "_���������K "^"1 T%������.T      *i        *������  ivioney Wnen i^ieeueu  The surest wa-; of having money  when you need it is to open a Savings Bank account and deposit stated  sums with regularity. ' Interest "will  be added every six months-. A growing Savings Account will assure you  of money to meet any emergency in  the future. Open a Savings Account  with this Bank*  43  middle of January.  During August the. big mill at  Iiumberton shipped 8,400,000 feet  of lumber, the biggest month's  shipping in its history^ The night  shift at the mill was- taken ^ off  about a month ago.  ' Neil McCallunri* lately police  magistrate at Grand. Forks, has-  just moved to Toronto, Ontario, to  reside, and the cauncil may not  appoint a successor.; It will mean  a saving of $50 a month.  When school opened at  Kimber _  ley otTSeptember 8th   there   were  90 pupils for the .Tbeginners"'   class _  alone.*   Half of'bad   to be kept at ;B  home until an e-ftra . room could be  fitted up  for the!?-special' accom  modation.  -'-',,        "    *-*-  At least one  thousand residents  of. Fernie who had" sums'of p500 oe*  less deposited iri the " jmome. Sank, ..  which closed its doors anany moil ths -  ago. have this month been' paid  back 35 per cent.' of their deoosits.  Those'having over $500 wilL be  sisniiarly remessiDsred 3att_ . in  October.  MPERIAL   BANK  VV   *i>_t*w-*wn������ -  CRESTON BRANCH,  C W. ALLAN,  Managflr.  B������������3U  MEAT MERCHANTS  1 STBY OUR|  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brana HAM, BACON ana%jLARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FkESH mid CURED FISH  .       - all varieties.  /Choicest BEEhm PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS* IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg-production and produces better poultry.   Buy thebest7  ffimni-i ������ -  "-  ,'W  nit ww gi  -JLMMJU-  "t_*.E������J-Cii3X"U?_t  '#  jsvje_j-v jtasi w������  THE  ^HCOTflll  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2._������&year in advance.  ������.������* au.  * '_*w-T   ������_. * __.__.  SaO.1*** ���������_!_.    ,.?SS36   iHjaaaijM^  O. F. HA"*rBss Editor and Owner,  C&ESTON. B.C^ FRIDAY. SEPT. 25  ���������"        Enter Everything  It will be only necessary to point  out that .entries for the 1025 fall  fair dose fit the secretary's dHoe  Monday night to remind all inter  ested thatthis year's fall. fair is  just around the corner.  More   pronouncedly    than   ever  before this year's fair is everybody's  .affair���������that is, if the^ 1925 exhibition is to be up *to-the standard of  most of its predecessors.  Due to thef shortage of winter  varieties of applea-the fruit display  'must of necessity - be lighter in the  box section, whilst a falling off in  the crop of stone fruits is sure to  cut down the entry somewhat in  the canned goods class.  Under these circumstances more  . particularly, those who are handling the fair make a special appeal  to both the men and ladies to see  to it that the entries in every possible-section be more generous than  in the. past.  And a special appeal is made for  an entry from each section, in the  school districts* competition. This  is a new feature for .which attract  - tive prizes are offered and very-  generous rules laid down- for its  conduct, and if given consideration  by all tlie schools will go a long  way toward making the main building at this year's fair the most  attractive of the many exhibitions  in Creston's history. ^ 7  Advertising pays ai������d the display  district about s. dozen; years ago  at least a few property owners hare  gone to considerable trouble to  make it possible for the birds to  increase and multiply and! to make  their homes around and upon the  premises of these land owners, in  consequence of which hunting of-  this kind will in all probability be  good in these particular spots, and  likely to tempt the unthinking  hito taking liberties that t^iey are  not in the  habit   of   indulging ^In  ������SS=  nv...  __-��������� Hja������  the juttost -  with other classes of game.  part local hunter-  transgressing in this respect and' it is hoped  are not- in tne' wSuit of  4- \t..K%-~���������w������_ntw. all..  ������au������Q   ������__.������fi.f>_.jr  ���������UUlUUIVIUIlvTI ������U   tCUUt������  it unnecessary to post the time  honored sighs about private proper*  ty? trespassing and shooting t>ro  hibited.  Good Citizens Gone  While never exactly* a conspicuous figure in the life of the community, yet in the, removal of  Henry Lyne. to live at Victoria,  Creiton loses a very useful resident,  and the' Review cannot let the  occasion pass without a word of  appreciation of the work so well  done by our departing citizen in  affairs patriotic, and more especially in connection with the soldiers9  memorial.  As chairman for at least three  years of -the wartime Patriotic  Fund his leadership was in very  large measure responsible fcr the  splendid showing the district made  in this very commendable work,  whilst it -was almost solely _due to  his initiative and carefully mapped  out campaign that the 1923 dollar  day drive for funds to rid the  soldier memorial of debt went over  at this year's fall fair wiii go a long j the top with quite a  few dollars in  way to convince chat the district Is  worth while���������and the next six  months gives promise of 'being . a  period when this early-season  optimism v. ill be required to see  many through the winter in anywhere near the oldtime spirit.  Voters Must Register  In connection with the. voting at  the Dominion election on October  29th, all who are desirous of casting  ������ balloc on that occasion , should  hear in mind that as_ no election of  this sort has been held for almost  four years no voters list is in  existence. ' "'.'"  Whilst it is expected the list to  be used will be com piled from the  provincial voters list it should be  -remembered that any" who failed to  vote on June 20, 1924, >will have  had their names struck off, and  unless they register personally they  will not be eligibel to vote in the  October contest.  We understand that at least a  week will be given for {registration,  of which due notice will he given,  and riot only those who failed to  vote in the provincial election;* but  all citizens should make it a point  to call on the registrars during  registration week to make perfectly  sure their name ia on the list.  Just what the qualifications are  for voters has not been made plain,  but we presume that any British  subject who has reaided in Canada  for years and in West Kodt  enay Tor three month will be entitled  to vote in this constituency.  Entries, for tlie Fall Fair closes at 10 p.m������,  Monday, September 23tb.  excess of the amount required.  In   church     activities    he   was  equally  as thorough  aud  enthusiastic, and his   slogan "of   what   is  worth  doing  is  -worth doing well  was likewise  much  to the fore, iu  his    horticultural    activities,    the  Jjyne orchard of about three acres  having a revenue' producing record  that  will compare  favorably with  the best in the valley over a period  of successive years.  - "Of Mrs. Lyne,   too,   one   tnisht  write iri equally   eulogistic   terms.  In Christ Church ladies'   activities,  in the Red Cross and  the Women's  Institute she . gave _ freely   of* her  time and talent, and the  fact that  in the latter she has three terms as  president to her credit along with  two terms as the Kootenay Boundary representative on. the provincial  W.I. advisory .board gives : her the  unique diet inction,. atk any������rate. of  being   thought    of   some  account  both in her   own   neighborhood as  well'   as   in   the    wider   field   of  woman's    activity.      No     matter  whete they make  their home Creston will  always have. a great pair,  of boosters in   Mr. arid   Mrs. Lyne  and all  will very sincerely  concur  in   the   parting,  toast, " Happy to  meet; sorry to part; happy to meet  W     JL fttMJF (KO ,  Mrs. James Jory. and family take  this means of 'esp^essing . their "very  sincere appreciation-' of - the sympathy  ahd many kindnesses shown-them* in  their recent bereavement, arid particularly appreciate tbe - many floral  tributes. ' - " . ���������  Card of Thanhs  The Board of Management of Wynndel United - Church wish to thank  those who so freely gave of their time  and money-to assist in the erection of  the new - church. Also the Creston  United Church choir, who assisted at  fche openings: service on Sunday last.  again  M  Pheasant Shooting  In connection with the one-day  open season for pheasant shooting  in this district, which, has been set  for October 31st, the Kcview is  asked to direct attention to the  foot that liberty to shoot these  birds does not give hunters a license  to inyade private property in quest  of this game.  Our information   is   that   since  tJ-JV)J<-*J-������iii.M vvtrrt-    uiciu  iiu������.*Kii>t-u  Miss SiegeVs Recital  The Pariah Hall", was fairly well  tilled on Wednesday night for the  dramatic recital by Miss Theresa Seig  el, who appeared under the uuspfoos  oE the United Church. Miss Slegol  devoted tin? evening to a presentation  ot "The Fortune Huntor.'- and her  portrayal of the several different  characters demonstrated rare versatility and a practical comprehension of  what the different parts demanded.  Between the nets Miss Marguerite  Crawford proved a great favorite (in  her three solo numbers, "See, "Love, I  Bring thee Mowers,". "Oar-nival," and  "Indian Lovo Call,0 the latter number  being one pr-nsontod so pleasingly hy  Miss Klleon Holt at the 1025 Ohaotau-  qua,. Miss "HJdlth Crawford accompanied in her usual finished style.  Mayor Irvine of Fernie will draw  wK/wli *.*���������*���������   ���������a-*---*%i****w^*������ #,#���������������<*<_.  lilOR!  H. B. Staples was u Bonners Ferry  visitor on Saturday, taking in the last  day of the Boundary county fair. So  far as exhibits in practically every  department this year's exhibition was  a pbbrohe.-  Mrs. Staunton (nee Leamy) who has  been visiting with her parents for the  past three weeks, left on Tuesday for  her home at Kellogg, Idaho,7 Mr  Staunton arriving on Friday for a  four day Btay. [  Major and Mrs. Malianduinereturned  on Mdridisyfrotn their visit to Inver  mere. Theyywere accompanied on the  motor trip by Miss Eflle Arrowf-mlth.  While in Invermere they were tbe  guests of JbE-t^Bandolph Bruce.  Entries for the fall fair close on  Monday otght at 10 o'clock, but the  secretary will greatly appreciate it if  as many as possible turn their entry  liBt in on Saturday and avoid as much  as possible of the last minute rush."  * W. H. Browne, grazing ranger, got  back on Friday . from Victoria, and is  winding up flats hay cutting business  this week f From present appearances  the tonnage put up this year will bo  about 1600 tons of hay and rushes*  . Por the ilrst time In local history a  Oreston cljojr on Sunduy furnished  the music for a church service outside  the village. Tho United Church choir  officiated at the opening of tbe now  church at Wynndel that afternoon,  Sunday, September 27th, will bo-the  ftrat rally dny hi connettion with the  United Church throughout Canada,  At 11 a.m. Mr. Harback will be in  chargeof the exercises which will be  given by the Sunday school and to  which the ndults nt*e invited. At 7.80  p.m. thero will be a rally service witb  .������������IU t ..tt *l-a,a^ 4..afc-atlr-af-"* ^..Ol  ai*rar.1 ������#���������  l-nnqa. a������#-fr.������������*jrl"������������������������ CJ������*K������fr,*\������������ jn.ll f*������i������������ __������������������*������*   . 2__._____.J1   ������.��������� a.    __.___*   rati 3 __. - J"     ts,. .     1  i-cutiuuni/waiu   ou   jLUurauajl   nuu. mi  day the Presbyterian .Ladies' Aid will  have a stand selling-sandwiches, hot  dogs, coffee, etc. Novelties of all sorts  for .the .children will a .so be on sale.   .  "Village ratepayers "are reminded that  Wednesday is the last day for paying  taxes before the imposition of another  10 per cent, penalty. According to  the inspector of municipalities' report  about $400 of tax arrears had accumulated Up till the end of 192k.  A few from town were at Kitchener  for the basket social- and dance on  Saturday night for which Creston  orchestra supplied the music. As the  attendance of ladies was limited prices  on baskets ruled high, the one taken  by Miss Signe Nelsqn of the Creston  Valley Produce Company staff bring  ing $12.   Top price of the evening was  $15.-: ���������-::*"-   '.' ���������'���������'"���������  " .���������,. .-���������'-���������        ...   ../-.*' ��������� ---,'       ���������     .  Cruisers are at work this week making an estimate of the timber on the  Alexander limits adjoining Creston on  the lower Goat Kiver road. Messrs.  Hanna and BiddeLare acting on behalf  of Jas. Anderson* of'-iKaslo, .the,Alexander representative, und Chas Simpson of Wardher {staking the inventory  for O) O. Rodgers, who is a likely purchaser.  W  C1UU1I  a   musical" ceu".re   and   has   jnst  revived its symphony orchestra.  -   for tlie. ^rat  time   in   several*  years Bonners Feri^ reports a Sailing off in the:- sohool" enrollment at  opening, day*     k~^  Announcement!  During tbe -last two days  of Creston Fair, Thursday and Friday, October  1st and 2nd, shop will be  open from 4 to 6 o'clock.  Mrs: Miriam Green Ellis of Edmonton, Alberta, was a visitor with Mr.  and Mrs; Hayes on Friday. She is a  well known western newspaper woman supplying stories for a string of,  papere, including the old reliable  Family Heruld and Weekly Star. She  was given a trip over the flats and  through the district and will feature  reclamation and the fruit industry  here in the publications she writes for.  V. MAWSON  CRESTON  According to tho Herald the dog  population at Pentieton is about  tho largest in Canada per capita.  Pest injury has reduced the  Okanagan onion crop" eonsidembly  as compared with the  early season  estimate.  ^^^'_F*"k' S^i 0'*%.'mmw'Wt'Jr]'% 'I-i  General Change in  Train Service  Efrt:el������i0& StLWrnBty, Sept. St7  Times for Trains at Creaton and  Eriekson will be:  loyal Orange Luap, wo. 2095  Meets THIBD.THUB8DAY of  each   mouth    at    Mercantile  X3a.ll.   VSs������USng brethren cordially Invited.  BRIO OLSON. W.M.  ENOINCCN   .APtCHITKCT  SURVEYOR  pteatmUure-ll  #*-t_>F-aTr*������-*a, pi.ri.  WBSTBOUNB  CRESTON���������No. 67, "3.1*3 p.m.,  BRICKSON���������No. 67, a05 p.m..  EA8TBOUND  CKEaSTON-r-No. 68. 12.2ft p.m.  KltlCJCSON���������Ko, Gd. 12.41 p-mi.  Pacific Stardard Time.  Dally.  Dally.  Daily.  "Daily.  TBANS CANADA" OMITBD  has been withdrawn.  For further particulars apply to  any  Ticket Agent* or  J. K. PROCTOR,  District Passenger Agent,  OAiaAKY, Alta. |SdS^^^SsS  S^^SS^M^asa-S-S-awaKW  THS C^STO&.BBTSKW  Fw  Pianoforte, Organ ana  Singing Lessons  _4 # 2 HUR COLLIS, Creston  Af.O.Basf6  .SYNOPSIS OF.  LANOAC? AMENDMENTS  PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant, unreserved, surveyed  Crown lands saay "be rare-etnptea by  JBritSsh. subjects over 18 years of ago.  and by aliens on declaring Intention  i.o become British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation,  and improvement for agricultural  .purposes. -  .. Poll Information concerning relations regarding pre^-esastlsssss Is  given In Bulletin No.&*U l*ana Series,-*  JElow to Pre-empt X������an������V copies of  which can be obtained free ot charge  by addressing* the "Department of  l_an_s. Victoria, B.C, or to any ���������3������v-  ernment Agent.  Records will be granted covering  only land suitable for agricultural  purposes, and which Is not timber-  land, Le., carrying over 5.000 boara  feet per acre west of the Coast Range  and 8,000 feet per acre east of- that  Range. y.:yAryi...- -'  Applications for preemptions are  to be addressed 1*6 the -<and Commissioner of the X<and Recording Division, ln which tha land applied for  is situated, and are made on printed  forma, copies of which, can be obtained from the _���������__& Commissioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied tor  five Tears and improvements made  to value of $10 per acre, including  . clearing and cultivating' at least five  acres, before a Crown Grant can "be  received.  For mors detailed information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  Land.**  O       PURCHASE <"*  Applications aire received for pur  chase ef vacant and unreserved  Grown lands, not being timberiand,  for - agricultural purposes; minimum  price of'first-class (arable) land is $**  per acre, and second-class (grazing)  land $2.50 per acre. "Further information, regarding purchase or lease  of Crown lands la given in Bulletin  No. I'd. Xiand Series, "Purchase and  Lease  of Crown Lands."  ���������till, factory, or Industrial sites on  timber land* not exceeding 40 _cfes,  may be purchased or leased, tbe conditions including payment ot  atumpage.  HOMESITE.   LEASES  i Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acre-t. may b������ leased as lunmesites,  'conditional upon- a dwelling being  .erected in the first year, title being  .obtainable after residence and im-  iprovement conditions are tulfillad  land land has been* surveyed:  ".   LEASES     ".  For grazing and   industrial    purposes areas not exceeding 640 acre*  may be  leased by one person or *  com-Dany.  GRAZiNQ  Under the Grazing Act the Prov-  inc������ ts divided tato -prosing- districts  and the .range administered under q  G-raslng Commissioner.. Annua)  erasing permits are issued based on  numbers ranged, priority being given  to established owners. Stock-owner.  may form associations for rang*:  management. Free; or partially tr&k,  permits are available for settlers  sampers and travellers, up to ten  *ipad.  Chufcli Op6H@d  History was made at Wynndel on  Sunday aftertioon, when for the first  time on record in B.O-" since the]  United Church has"-. come into being,  representatives of the former Congre-  galional;^etfco3U������t and Presbyterian  denominations all took part, in the  eervi<*e of dedicating Wynndel's new  United. Church.  Kev.TDr. Ferguson, former Presby  terian    superintendent    of   snissions,  delivered the  opening address, which  was an intensely interesting review of  the proceeding's  of   the   first   general  council of the jiew -denomination   at  Toronto in June.   Rev. Mr. Rodway,  Who had given   a" lantern   lecture  at  "Wynndel the evening  previous,   was  the    Congregational     representative,  and the pastor, Hev. J. Herdman, was  tbe one time Methodist delegate.  |7 Wynndel talent .was assisted by the  Creston choir in rendering the musical  features, with  -Miss .Edna Holmes at  the   or^-aTSsi   Misses   "E_di"t!s Osok   and  Alice Comfoirt^ahdy Msssrs. C. Moore  and R. Randall pleased with a mixed  quartette,    assd; an   anthem   by ! the  choi if also added to the.musical service-.  The new building, which  will seat  125 comfortably, and is opened practically    debt  free,   presents   a most  attractive interior in its finish of cedar  V joint put on diagonally, and many  wes*e*tlie coiuplitnent^paid Frea Pen  Warmer Underwear'for  TTr~-~~~-and Children *  -   You will all need warmer   Underwear for  cooler weather.  i-������_ri  <_)-|-������_<_i (T������,  oniirxg  OGILVIE Goods are dependable  CRESTON FALL FAIR  Sept. 30th, Got. 1st, 2nd  il  POULTRYMEN!  ;5sCirswooi  ��������������� ������������������ #-i_i__ ��������� ^ _  -a_-_B hb-_���������!-_{_��������� ���������-*_- ma ran  r uutti | opiuts  When buying come in-and see our stocic wisici-. incxU^es  *   the* well known and reliable makers such as   Watsons, Stan-  field's and Penman's. : ;  We have the above in shirts, Drawers- and Combinations Suits, also a line of finer All Wool Combinations for  Men in Jaeger and other English makes.  OUR PRICES MARKED IN  PLAIN FIGURES.  son and Walter Cooper, who supervised building-. The ladies had the edifice  profusely decorated with evergreens  and cut flowers, while _ tbe boys had  been busy all day Saturday and had a  most creditable appearance around the  ex ucnor. _  fn church work "Wynndel has things  Printed Butter Wraps at The Revilb^  -ti y,_--_i���������?-���������*,*_  vf K i   ui fov*.i-i ��������� ������->���������-������ ^S-  *���������*���������"**��������� ������������ Wsw*.**^  _*>*" ""���������r! ������**"*_������*<*_*--'  Helps over moulting.  x  Brightens tbe plumage.  Just the thing for, the birds  you will  be  showing at  the fall fair.        -  SOfiS  yment consists of A. W. Mason. Mrs.  B. Williams, A. "Wall,. J. &. Abbott.  and Geo. Taylor, the latter also^. having charge of the Trail Hanger, -work.'  The Sunday school is well staffed "and  attended. The ladies' aid enjoys an  active and representative membership,  and Miss Ethel Towson very success  fully supervises an encouraging  C.G-.I.T. corps.  FQR FALL CULTIVATION  A Massey-Karris Plow, Sjjrihg Tooth JSasro-s--or Ss^Mer will do  the work as et should be done. There are twelve diuec-ent points ^.nd  attachments for a Massey Harris Scuffier that meet all requirements.  By bnying a Massey-Harris machine you are sure of getting repairs  when needed. ',  Feed .Prices are Falling Slightly  We have a full line of Flour and Feed, such as Royal Household  and Purity Flour, Pastry Flour, Rolled Oats, etc. Also Ogilvie's Ikying Mash and-Calf Meal. -  We are agents for Bnaco Motor Oil, Axle Grease, etc. Silver  Light Coai.Oil and White Rose Gasoline in cases or by the gallop.  Plough Shares and Fin Coulters.    Barb Wire.  Daily Opportunities  JS.    __.  aire <_������������fet"red to tteinaii.wiih.  ready motley*  Accumulate a fund to that  you may be able to take  advantage of just such  oppostsffili_iSS������ Systematic de*  poQiU in a Savings Account  wSH enable yoa to db this*   &  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20^000.000  Rcmarve Bond $20^)00>300  - D. T. Scrimgcour, Maaager  We can supply your requirements of Batteries, Tubes  and Accessories from fresh stock just arrived,  QUALITY GOODS  PRICED RIGHT I  ������- r.i K ->f.iii, wr -Mtio-rrm c;/.tvu a m*o  TllUCKM  AG) B NTS  M<-I,A UAHtlK-nUiOK  **������������������*> n Tr*-**-!  Mayor Irvine of Fernie will draw  $500 in salary for 1925.  At their sports and danee on  Lahor- pa-^TlS'akusp^ fire brigade  netted $250 and the money will be  used to erect a fireh&U. |  The quiet that prevails iii the  night life at Robsland is encoui*aR--  iaaj; coyotes to invade poultry yards  at residences well  within the-town  limits.  Scored on points ffor management, displays, arrangements, etc..  the News claims the Nakusp fair  of 1924' was. ranked fourth in all  the province  At Bonners Ferry sportsmen are  complaining because ".he duck shoot  ing   season   does   not   open   until  October   1st.    It    closes    at   the'  middle of January.  During August the big mill at  Lumber ton shipped 3,400,000 feet  of lumber, the biggest month's  shipping in its history.- The night  shiPt at the mill was taken _ off  about a month ago,  Neil MoCalliim, lately police  magistrate at Grand Forks, haa  just moved to ToroTito, Ontario, to  roaide, and the casmeil may not  appoint a -.uooeuBor. It will mean  a saving of $50 'n% month.  "Wh">w sohool,opened at Kirabor.  ley oh "September Sth there were |  90 pupils for the beginners' class f  atono, Half of bad to be kept at"  homo ������ntU an f-ictra room could bo J  fitted tip for their special accom  ���������raodailo-n.  At least one* thousand residents  of.Fernie who bad sums of $500 or  less deposited in the Home Bank,  which cloBod its doors many months  ago. have this month been paid  back 35 per cent, of their deposits.  Those having: over SfSOO will, be  M.n-'Siia-Ty remembered late in  Ootohor.  OPPLY  Money  The surest way of ha^ici^. money  ���������when you need st is to open a Savings Bank account and deposit stated  sums with re^jaraty. "Interest will  be added every six months. A growing Sayings Account will assure you  of money to meet any emergency in  the future* Open a Savings Acco__i";  with this Bank.  41  IMPERIAL  C. W. At.U-N,  OP ���������!A3*<*MDU������_7y.  CRESTON BRANCH,  mwaoEm  lalgMffi  .Manager.  ���������5_BS-������>������*******M  P. BURNS & CO.,  M������AT MEROTAN1S  |TRY OUK|  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An econoniieal dleh������ oasy tojaerve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON anaiLARD  fit T WXTWAI V     m^m9K''AmwArmVMO)y^  Gove''__*nsae_t,fpra&e& :'  FkESH and CURED FISH  - . all.varieties. -���������  V'Choicest BEEP, PORK, MUT7TON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS" IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg "production and produces hotter poultry.   Buy the bast*  .,,;, *m..������.^.wi ^mmi������tm#M������4m������m**miNmillllm\  iMiriiilillili'ill'tflnrCT]'-- :X'r-X^>X-:-XX'^Xf-.^:'~^^^^^^?^^  ���������amjuug  ^THS.''CBBSTOSI ^BBTBlW  j������j���������a~*W_*~~*Wa**  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Briday at Csr-eston. B.C.  auuisCi-ji|jii>eoju.. ������na&.BWaySai*Mt ro aaTsncsi  Sa>.uu- to aJ.s. pSaSss.   :. - j  O. "_?���������. HA*_sss"Edil--*- ������nd Owa������?-.  CliE8TON. B.6^ FRIDAY. SEPT. 25  .���������. ,  ,   :. j,,1_,'_,.; ..,,'     77".- r ������������������ ���������   ,'.,,'.        , , ,      - Jg  "**       Enter Everything  ��������� It will be only necessary to point  out that" entries for  the 1925 fall  fair close _t the.^secretary's   c-������Sv������  Monday night to remind all inter  ested that this year's   fall   fair is  the district about a dozen years ago  at least a few property owners have  gone   to   considerable   trouble  to  _______!*_!__:������ it ���������"���������ossible __?___���������   the   b^sds   to  increase and multiply. and to make  their homes  atouiicl -aiiu upon the  premises ot  these land owners,  bunting  jnst around the corner.  More   pronouncedly   than   ever  before this year's fair is everybody"t*  . affair���������that is, if  the  1925 exhibition is to be np to���������the standard of  most of its predecessors.  Due to tbg* shortage of winter  varieties off apples^the fruit display  'must off necessity be lighter in the  box section, whilst a falling off in  the crop of stone fruits is - sure to  cut down the entry somewhat in  the canned goods class.  Under these circumstances more  , particularly, those who are handling the fair make a special appeal  to both the men and ladies to see  to it that the entries ;in every* poss  ible section be more generous than  in the. past. ' .  And a special appeal is made, for  an entry from  each section  in the.  school districts" competition.    This,  is a new feature for .which  attrao-  - tive prizes nre offered and very  generous rules laid down. - for its  conduct, and if given consideration  by all tine schools wilt go a long  way toward making the main building at this year's fair the most  attractive of the many exhibitions  in Creston's history.    - ��������� ^~  Advertising pays ai.d the display  at this year's fall fair will go a long  way to convince that the district is  worth   while-*���������and    the   next   six  - months gives promise off being a  period -when this early-season  optimism v, ill be required to see  many through the .winter in anywhere near the old time spirit.  in  consequence of which bunting ofr  this kind will in all probability, be-  good "n these particular spots j and  likely to tempt iho :_nimnking  into taking liberties that they are  not in the habit' of Indulging>ia  with other classes of game. * ~ *  A For the saost /part Idea! banters  1 are not in the' habit off  transgress-.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������jgt*"***!---^^  ������,  (ing in this respect and' it is hoped  this friendly admonition^will render  it unnecessary to - post the time  honored signs about priest������ propa?*-  ty* trespassing and shooting prohibited.  ^%/^/. w\\t^. ' H * C ^% W9  Good Citizens Gone  While never exactly a conspicuous figure in the life of the community, yet in the removal of  Henry Uyne. to  live   at   Victoria,  Creiton loses a very asefuS  liiljQ-nv  for the Fall Fair closes af 10  Monday, September 28th.  n������m������������  Voters Must Register  In connection with the voting at  the Dominion election on October  ������_9th, all who are desirous of casting  a ballot- on that occasion should  bear in mind that as. no election of  this sort has been held for almost  four years no voters list is in  existence.  Whilst it 5s expected the list to  be used will be compiled from the  provincial voters list it should be  remembered thht-any* who failed to  vote on June 20, .1924. -will have  had their names struck off, and'  unless they register personally they  will not be eligibel to vote in the  October con teat,  We understand that at least a  week will be given for ^registration,  of which due notioe will 1)0- given,  and not only those who; failed to  vote in the provincial election,'but  all citizens should make it a point  to call on the registrars during  registration week to make perfectly  sure their nam������ 3s ofri the list.  Just -aha. the qualifications are  fbr voters has not been made plain,  bub we presume that any, British  subject who has resided in Canada  for years and in West Koot  enay for th ree mort th will be entitled  to votia in th'fl corintW.henoy.   and the-Review cannot let the  occasion pass without a word of  appreciation of the -work so well  done by our departing citizen in  ..affairs patriotic, and more especially in connection with the soldiers  memorial.  As chairman for at least three  years of the wartime Patriotic  Fund his leadership was in very  large measure responsible fcr the  splendid showing the district made  in this very commendable work,  whilst it was almost solely ._siue to  his initiative and carefully mapped  out campaign that the 1923 dollar  day drive for funds to rid the  soldier memorial of debt went over  the top with quite a few dollars in  excess of the amount required. j  In church activities he was  equally as thorough aud enthusiastic, and his slogan "of "what is  worth doing is worth doing well  was likewise  much  to the fore  iu  *   ��������� ������-       **"  his horticultural activities, the  iLyne orchard of about three acres  having a revenue' producing record  that will compare favorably with  the best in the valley over a period  of successive years.  Of Mrs. Lyne,   too,   one   fcaiazht  write in equally   eulogistic   terms.  In Christ Church ladies'   activities,  in the Red Cross and the Women's  Institute she . gave   freely   of* her  time aud talent, and the  fact that  in the latter she lias three terms as  president to her credit  along with  two terms a������i the Kootenay Boundary representative on.the-provincial  WJl ad visory, board iRytr.es.. '��������� her the  unique .distinction,, at'.yariy^rate. of  being   thought    off   some  account  both in her   own   neighborhood as  well"   as   in   the    wider   field   of  woman's    activity,       No    matter  where they make their home Creaton will  always have. a great pair  of boosters in  Mr. and  Mrs. Xiyne.  nnd all  will very sincerely  concur  in   the   parting   toast, " Happy to*  meet;' sorry to part; happy to meet  jT* * __���������?  "Va-U^TS* *U*ff  IflURKS  and  family  ing .their  take  Mrs.* James Jory  this means' of" 'expressing.- tneir very  sincere appreciation, of - the sympathy  arid many kindnesses shown thetn in  their recent bereavement, and particularly appreciate the many, floral  tributes.   '. "    - . -  Card of Thanks  The Board of Management of Wynndel United Church wish to thank  those who so freely gave of their time  and money-to assist in the erection of  the neve church. Also the Creaton  United Church choir, who assisted at  the opening service on Sunday last.  Local and Personal  rr _. _._    ���������_ ___���������*���������__=____,������____ __/������_._.   "- -   --  *  ������ Ciiiyti   io wu_ljlj_,_u������5 iam vue xtnjixmt ������>5  I iUan^M.       a .a..-]        ?*S_l___:       ?7%___t".          ���������-���������- ..������_       J4AOU  *IH������*-kc34_i ������.*-_f.A_._lftvaa������_- !["_������.������_o^������>������m -Can 11 fn|w x^A _  reminded^that on Thursday and Fii j  day the Presbyterian L&dsea'  Aid will |       .    have a stand selling sandwiches, hot revived its symphony orchestra,  dogs, coffee, etc  Novelties of all sorts  for. the children will also be on sale.  again  91  Pheasant Shooting  In connection  .open ������eason for  Miss SiegeVs Recital  with  the one-day  pheasant shooting  in this d ia trio b, which, has been set  for October iSliifc, the Review is  asked to direct attention to the  fact that liberty to ahoot theae  birds does not give hunters n license  to iiivade private property in quest  of thia game.  Our information   is   that   since  piittaHHiiit* weru    tilt-tit.    libera-i***    in  The Pariah HatK-wtis fairly well  filled on Wednesday night far the  dramatic recital by Mlaa Theresa Seig  el, who appeared under the uuBpleoa  of ���������: the United Church. M laa Siege!  devoted the* evening to a presentation  of "The Fortune ...Hunter.'* and her  portrayul of tho several different  characters demonstrated rare versatility and a practical comprehension of  what tbe MUomnt parta demanded.  Between the acts Mies Marguerite  Crawford proved n great favorite 11 n  her three ssolo numbers, "See, "Love, I  Bt-iiiK thv-si FfluwerB,*', "Oarnival/*, and  "Indian Love Call,1* the latter nktmber  lining one presented no pleasingly hy  Mian Eileen Hott at the 1025 Chivutau-  qna, Mist] Edith Crawford anoam-  piinled In her initial finished style.  B. B. Staples was a Bonners Ferry  visitor on Saturday, taking in the last  day of the Boundary county fair. So  far, as exhibits in practically every  department this year's exhibition was  a jpobr^Ch^'."1'-'-' A. ;.'��������� ������������������;���������':  . Mrs. Sttai.tn'ton (nee Leamy) who has  been visiting with her parents fbr the  paBt three weelce, left on Tuesday for  her home nt Kellogg, Idaho, Mr  Staunton aE-t'iyEn'g- on Fsiday for a  four day stay.  mm. -"s-' '.:'','"'''���������:.���������   ' '*���������  Major and Mrs- "Sdalianaainereturned  on Monday from their visit to Inver  mere. They>Cvere accompanied on the  motor trip by Miss BflGle Arrbwemith.  While in Invermero they were the  guests of K,_Jtandolph Bruce.  Entries for: the fall fair close on  Monday night at 10 o'clock, but the  secretary will Ijtp-eatly appreciate it if  as many no possible turn their entry  list in on Saturday and avoid aB much  nspoMBible of the Inst minute rush.*  -;��������� W. Ht. Bi-owne^ grazing ranger, got  back on IPrlday from Victoria, and Is  winding up flats hny cutting business  this week'. From preaortt appearances  the tonnage put iip this year will bo  abontlQOO toriBol hay and rushes..  Village ratepayersrare reminded that  Wednesday is the last day for paying  taxes before the imposition of another  10 per cent, penalty. According to  the inspector of municipalities* report  about $400 of tax arrears had accumulated up till the end of 1924.  A few from town were at Kitchener  for the basket social and dance on]  Saturday night for which Creston  orchestra supplied the music. As the  attendance of ladies was limited prices  on baskets ruled high, the one taken  by Miss Signe "Nelson of the Creston  Valley Produce Company staff bring  ing $12. Top price of tbe evening was  $15.    -  Cruisers are at work this week making an estimate of the timber on the  Alexander Hpiits adjoining Creston on  the lower Goat River road. Messrs.  Hanna and Bjddei,^re acting on behalf  of Jus. Anderso_:of^Ki^o^:the, Alexander represen tative, und ��������� Chas Sim p-  son of Wardueriataking the inventory  for O) O. Rodgers, who Is a likely purchaser....'  Mrs. Miriam Green JBllia of Edmonton, Alberto, was a visitor with Mr.  and Mrs, HtLyea on Friday, She iaa  well known western newspaper woman supplying stories for a string of  papers, including the old reliable  Family Herald and Weekly Star. She  was given a trip over the fl^te and  through the district and will feature  reclamation and the fruit industry  hero in the publications she writes for.  For the. first -time   in   several*  years Bonners Feriy--reports t%'falling off in the school enrollment at  opening day*-     ^ * _  AnsiounGemenl!  Dui  uring  of  Creston  _*Ot?(-a  iuQif   *_)>��������������� O  Fair, Thursday and Friday, October  1st and 2nd, shop will be  open from 4 to 6 o'clock.  V. MAWSON  CRESTON  Mayor Irvine of Fernie will draw  ���������ftKIWr- t������ r.^|������1.Tr #cy. -IIO'IIK.  ������#4     WvW|-l|t=^*._  . Forthoflrot time In local history a  Creston cliolr ��������� on Sunday furnished  the music 'for a,church service outside  tho vi'liige. The United Church choir  officiated at the opening of the new  church at Wynndcl'that afternoon.  Sunday, September 27th, will bo the  Bret rally ���������day* in connection with tho  United Church throughout Cannd-i,  Atll 't..mia\ Mr. Harback will be in  charge of the exetclBea which ���������will be  given by the < Snnclay school and to  which the iidulta -tro invited. At 7.80  p.m. there will be a rally service with  ���������vbtelh the ita*nS*>j*3 vM\ *���������������-���������*���������*.*'������������������..  Aooording to the Herald the dog  population at Pentioton is about  the largest in Canada per capita.  Peat injury haa reduced the  Okanaean onion crop oonRidernbly  us compared with tho early season  estimate.  Loyai Orange Lodp,lo/2095  Meets THI BD.THUI180AY of  each   month   at    Mercantile  IIa3!.   "VIs!tin {* brethren ****)*r*l I-  ally Invited.  EB10 OLSON, W.M.  *C#B**I_rts3-i   B^"iJ"Lr r*"8tS.g   %m*-. turn.  CNOINKCR   .ABC HIT COT  eunvevon  Ut*_t-"t*ittx31  Canajdian  ��������� ~L.~~-1 ���������._���������-  General Change in  ���������nr-*      ���������      c_������ ���������    ^      ���������  , Train Service  Effective Smsday, Sept. 27  rtW^f-STOM,  n.c  Timea for Trains at Creston and  Eriekson will be:  WESTBOUND  CRESTON-~No. 07. 8.10 p.m., Dally.  KR1CKSON���������No. 07, a06 p.m.. Bally.  EASTBOUND  ORKSTON-r-No. Ca, 12.20 p.m. Daily.  BlilCiaJSGN���������I"o.. k*o% I2.-5I ^.m. Dat������lly.  Pacific Standard Time.  TUANS CANADA" LIMITED  has been withdrawn.  For further particulars apply to  Ticket Agent, or  any  J. E. PltOCTOK,  District Passenger Agent,  OAIjGAKY, Alta. THE    REVIEW,    CRESTOX.  _.JL_.  pUmeUIUCi  y;'x" ���������:���������;-���������    .'"������������������������������������:\'.'.  WatvSa       Jl-B���������__. _i A  UlUC  #B_P-CB___"_H  ^_r      __BB    ^w ______!_________*___.___  *������������������ -a*-* 1    -J-      "**  - M_    ������ A A.***     TAffi  .������3  The ORANGE PEKOE is extra good.    Try it /  .A.n iSmpire Problem  Conditions throughout Canada have been steadily improving for several  months past and present prospects are for a continuance of that most desirable; state oC affairs. Industrial activity is increasing- and the number of unemployed is smaller than for some years, and the prospective harvest gives  promise of requiring the labor of every available man, and that the railways  'will'be busy and fully staffed throughout the Fall and Winter months in hand-,,  ling the resultant traffic. Merchandising is still rather slow because people  ,-' have learned from past bitter experience not to count their chickens berore  they, -art hatched. Manufacturers are, lurwevery gradually increasing their  output in anticipation of substantially increased^ business.  The general upward trend is indicated by an increase of five million dol-  *i.lai*s In the first six months of the year in the construction of new residences  raud of Tour million dollars in industrial buildings.      Prompt payment of taxes  and of mortgage loans, both as to principal and interest, are other signs of  iho betterment.taking place.  ... There i;s less talk of Bolshevism and advocacy of half-baked communistic  ideas and-a more general appreciation of the fact that in this age, as in all  past ages, only by-and through work on the part of each individual, and the  comniunity as a- whole, can problems be solved and progress and prosperity  ' be achieved.  ���������   * = "'"*'"...  (The desire for a larger influx of immigrants, especially from the British  Isies, is still heard in .many quarters based on the now well accepted belief  that one of Canada's greatest needs is population. But while the outlook  is promising in Canada, it is not so in Great Britain. Ordinarily, it -would be  thought, that this would result"in that larger immigration which is desired,  but, actually, the reverse is true.1 ������. <      . '  During the war when "it became vital to the Empire's security and the  winning of the war to speed up production to the maximum, notwithstanding  the absence of millions of men under .'arms, improved machinery and labor  saving devices and methods of all kinds came-into practical use, with ihe result that production was enormously increased. Today a large volume of  production can be maintained with a smaller working force. In June last  unemployed in the British Isles number 1,291,000, or more than a quarter  of a million more than in June, .1924. When the families dependent 6n these  men are" taken into consideration, it will be realized what a large percentage  oC the people are without a fixed means of livelihood. ������������������-.,A-~r  To meet this situation a system of doles was established and has been in  eilect for some years now. The unfortunate effect has been that tens of  thousands of people are now content to live in idleness on these doles rather  than accept work when it is offered, while those who are working, and paying  heavy taxes to provide these doles, are asking why they should labor hard to  support these others in idleness. In a word, the dole system is breaking the  morale of the people.  Observers and close students of conditions in Britain finds.that this dole'  system is discouraging thousands from immigrating. They- prefer to accept  the dole, and do nothing, rather than face the possibilities.in a new land and  tiic absolute necessity- of hard worlc under new and untried conditions.'  Great Britain is  over-populated  and  becoming more  so.      There is  not  work for all and no present prospect of it.      Industry is burdened in carrying larger staffs of employees now than are "actually needed, and, faced with  active competition from other countries, and carrying a huge burden of war  debt, the outlook is not bright.      Unfortunately, too, owing to this lowered,  morale, a percentage of those who do immigrate do not display the necessary  stamina to succeed here and write letters home depicting conditions here as  worse   than  in  Britain   and   stating   they   wished   they  liad  not   emigrated.  4       And all the while Canada needs population and,-in the' desire of our people that it shall be, as far as possible. British-born, is imposing severe re-  scrieUons on the entry of people from other lands, while waiting and hoping  for the British people who will not yenture, but prefer to idle at home and  JK'h on dol������.-s which sooner or later must end or bankrupt the country.  it ia a real Einipire problem. Canada does not want idlers and will not  welcome ihom. The Dominion requires workers, and to those able and willing to work a cordial reception will be extended and for them there Is every  prospect of success. In fact it is assured to the extent that anything can  br.- assurf-fE. Bui this country will never establish a dole system. The un-  forrunar _��������� rhrough -riolsn'-'Ss or accifleni will be cared for, but the l.W.W.'s, no  ma-t-'-r whs* the'r mniomili'y, will hot be tolerated and will have to shift for  themselves if th<-y come ro this country.  England's Curio King Dead  Aged   Auctioneer   Had   Handled   Many*  Historic Relics  Mr. Henry Stevens, of Stevens Auction Rooms, King Street, Covent Garden, London, who was probably the  oldest practicing auctioneer in England, dieq at Addlestone, Surrey, at.  the age of eighty-two.  President Kruger's hat and King  Charles' waistcoat were/ among the  many curiosities that came under his  hammer.  Mr. Stevens had sold every conceivable thing in his time, from an elephant to an auk's egg and a mummy.  He sold the late 'Lord Derby*s great  menagerie of more than 1,600 animals  and birds, the death mask of Napoleon,  a piece of Queen 'Victoria's "wedding  "x*ake, the spear that killed General  Gordon, and one of Dick Turpin's pistols.  He sold -.wenly-four out of the  known seventy-five auks' eggs in the  world, one of these realizing *������ 682 10s.  An all-black...cabbage butterfly was  disposed of {for  ������32. "  As; a child, jMi*. Stevens saw > the  Duke of Wellington's fliberal passing  along ��������� ihe "Strand, on its way to St.  Paul's," and lie of ten saw- Dickens and  Tha,__k-erky, who would visit the auction rooms -oh their way to the Gar-  rick Club. '.'.:'���������?���������":':^  -<c-  "---_  xperaeiice  RIES IN THE HOME  It is These That Cause Many a  Breakdown in Health  Almost every woman at the head of  a home meets daily, with little worries  in her household affairs. They may  be toO small to notice an hour afterwards, but it Is the same little worries  that brealc,"down the health of so  many women. Their effect may be  noticed in nervous headaches^ fickle  appetite, indigestion, pains in the  side or back, and a sallow complexion.  To those afflicted?Ih this way Dr. Williams' Fink Pills; by improving and  purifying the bipod, bring speedy relief. Among thousands of weak  women who. fbave tested and proved  the merits of tills medicine is Mrs.  Gustave Hutt.Bruxelles, Man., who  says:���������"It is with profound thanks  that t'.-write to, tell you what Dr. Williams', Pink Pills, have done for me.  Before I began taking these pills I  was weak, and my blood thin and  watery. I was so thin that I looked  like a skeleton. ��������� I was troubled with  headaches rind ''indigestion,"'did not  sleep well,. and "was- - terribly constipated. I 'decided to try Dr. Williams'  pink Pills and i soojf found that they  were just what I needed. Under their  use my appetite returned, my food  digested properly, and I slept better  at night, and gained in flesh as well as  strength. The result Is that now 1  am a perfectly healthy woman, . and  there is no doubt that it is due to the  use of Dr. Williams* Pink Pills? a supply of which I now always keep in the  house, and I would advise other women to do the same."  You can get these pills through any  dealer in medicine, or by mail at 50  .cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine  Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.  Hundreds of Farmers in-Western, Canada  are looking for an opportunity to purchase a farm of their own in the disirrlei where  ��������� good efgnc are -its������ rule-an*" stot il?������' exec-lion  -To prevent tbe movement of -a mimljcr of 'Canada's best farmers and citizens to our cities -ma to the United: States, the -British Dominions Land Settlement Corporation is prepared to do ita share In i>rovIdlnfir an opportunity  for experienced rarmera to tab������ up rich ferciie lands in CuuLt-ui Alberts!, under  their new settlement plans.  y 2SO,9QO ACRES OF-GOOD FARM  LANDS  The Corporation-owns over a quarter of a million acres-in the most fertile.  mixed farming: area* of "Central Alberta. The land lies .East and West of  the Oitiy of Edmonton..- The land !.<-" rolling and partially prairie with s*crui"������  and brush interspersed. The soil over a larj.e area Is.u heavy black loam  with clay sub-soil. Water ia nlentiful. and wood Cor fuel and erection of/low  building's is within easy reach. No better land for mixed farming is available  lor  settlement*In "Western Canada.  LOGS FOR BUILDINGS  The   Corporation   is   now   havltiR"   several- thousand   logs   cut   in   suitable "  lengths,   peeled   and   stacked   ready for  building   purposes.    " These   logs   are "  wltbin    reasonable    distance   of    the   farms   offered    lor    sale,    and    can    "be  purchased at cost on Ave'years'" credit.     ���������  WE WILL FINANCE YOU  The   British   Dominions   Land .Settlement   Corporation   has   a   capital   of-  ������750.000   (or approximately  ������3,7o0.0l)0>.       The  Compamy has a strong British  and Canadian Directorate, who are anxious to assist iu the successful settlement of Western Canada with prosperous farmers. . ..  The Corporation is prepared to assist in re-establishing farmers possessing  stock and equipment which is free, or'JLs practically-free, from lien or encumbrance, providing they aro men of character antt farming experience. The  land is-offered at prices ayeraging, from ,$10 to $18 per acre.. The terms provide that ;rto: payment /oftprincipalTshall be made the first three yeafrs���������interest  and ^taxes. only. Principal payments wftl be made in twelve, animal:instalments, commencing the 4th year���������interest rate%"7:'i>er^ce������t.?y''-*rhi-_t Corporation  will advance the equivalent of: cash up. to the' valne"off the settler's chattels  which lie owns free of debt;* b\it not-'to ������ exceed'. $300. to assist the farmer in  erecting the necessary buildings and purchasing seed: and feed or other supplies which the Corporation deems necessary for the settler's welfare during  the first twelve months: This advance will be. secured by Hen agreement on  the settler's'chattels and repayable hi Ave years after possession. No payment except interest is required the first two years, the whole amount  being repayable in six 6emi-nnniiaI"itiista1mentB during the thircl, fourth and  flftl* years. -  Experienced Farmers, Married, With Families,  /-" ** ' Possessing Some Capital  To start farming on the Corporation's lands, a capital- of approximately  $730.00 is required., -   "    " -  The Corporation Is prepared to advance experienced farmers dollar for dol-.  lar It they are married and possess n. capital of $375.00.  WRITE BJS TO-DAY��������� OR COME AT QfiCEI  Farmers wishing to take advantage of this offer should communicate at  once with  the   manager  of  the  Corporation  at Vermilion,   Alberta.  Varmers arriving at Vermilion without giving previous tjotice can be giv-~  en immediate service..  Address All Communications to W. T. BADGER, Manager  British Dominions Lasid Settlement Corporation  VERIMELflOi-*!  LIMITED  ALBERTA  Will   Obey   Canadian   Laws  Doukhobors    In    B.C.    Have   .Reached  Almost Unanimous Dociiion  Peter Veiegin, the younger,;'recent?  ly elected -.uler of "British Columbia  Doukhobors, will usher in aniongythe  Russian - colonists a policy of rigid-  compliance wi:h Canadian. law's, according -to: "word receiviedi -.at ."^ietpffia  by Hon. J. 7D. Meicliean, ininister of  education for Brilliant, -following the  receipt of letters" there "from Veregin  himself. ; - "���������'-:'  The-'. Doukhobors "held a big mass  meeting in Brilliant when any.almost  unanimous decision waa reached to respect Canadian institution; in future.  High   Priced  Bill.���������So the doctor said you'd have  tb give up smoking for a while?  Tom.-���������Yes, and he also said I'd have  to give up $15 for good.  ���������Ship Baby Chicks  Mor.'- iliH.j. 14.000 baby chicks were  shipped -W this f-jirinj- from tlie  hair-h-Ty of tin.- provincial poultry  plain* al Oliver, Albf*i'*;i, Tln-y wen-  Khippf-fl a j- lar noi-Jh as r^-rwin nnd  as  f.'.r  .south as  I-ethbridga-.  Their Remarkable Appetite  Sunday School Teacher.���������"Robert,  who were the Pharisees?" N.Bobby.���������"The Pharisees were peo-  ->.'(' who Tasted In public and in se-  ci'iii, devoured widows' houses."���������Boston  Transcript.  Your Home Medicine Chest���������Among  vthe standard household remedies that  should always be on hand in your  home medicine chest,' none is more  important than Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil., Its manifold usefulness in relieving pain anil healing sickness Is  known by many thousands throughout  the land. Always use Dr. Thomas'  Kclectvlc Oil for relieving rheumatic  and sciatic pains, treating sore-throats  and chests, coughs, burns, scalds, cuts,  bruises and sprains.  Th������ Family Physiola^���������rThe good,  doctor is adways worth his fee. But  it is not always possible to get a doctor just when you want him. In such  cases, common sense suggests the use  of reliable home remedies, such as Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which is wonderfully effective in'easlng inflammatory pains and healing cuts, scratches,  bruises and sprains. The presence of  this remedy in the family medicine  chest  saves  many a  fee.  Business   and   the   Crops  With Good Prices For Wheat This  Fall Conditions Shoo"d Improve  The likelihood of a large crop has  given rise to an optimistic spirit in  western CanalSa. Recent reports on  tlie ci-op.have been exceptionally fay-  brable. 7 TheyTbuinper crop of 3923..  which" s������r6tiueed some ^52.000.000"-hush-l  els, was worth only $293,152,000, whlI e  the 192 4 >crop of, _35,69,4.000 bushels  was worth $285,28"U000. It is some--  what difficult at this time to tell how  the price of wheat "will go this fall.  Nothing definite has been known as  yet regardinig the crop of the United  States or other exporting countries.  but in the event of an average world  supply, the price should be better than  thj-^-bf 1923.  *a-"ai*"  British Students For Canada  P'roA-ed safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Headache     Neuralgia       Colds Lumbago  Pain Toothache     Neuritis       Rheumatism  Accept   fmiy   "Bayer''   package  wliich contains proven directions.  Hiin'lv    -"iliit'cr"    a*vv*������'������*   of    1������    tnldr-lH  ���������miL��������� ^ Aliio i'lnttliifMjf' 2-1 nnrl   100     f>ruj.;wiHtH.  f. ,r.a������|r,    f���������   <|,^   < ri������(������a������    fa.-aplf    i ti*h\ it a< r*r1    In   <'iifaHalM I    '���������*    flat ������"���������"   ,Mnnl������f������i-|lir������   (i^   Maanaamvl If ���������  m-l'ik-xu-.   of   H.illivlli'.Ji-!it   fAc.clyl   Hmlloyll.-   .UM,   "A.   .'I.   ,*."i.      Wlill.-   ll   l-i   "vj'll   ki./MVu  |������IUl      ���������.���������Jlltl-lll   HM-JIII������   llj.V'T   IIJrtllll������"lH'tll������l-,     I"   Jlrt-alwl    Ml**   ixllalaa-   ,. (<���������,! 11, a. (    Hull MI laall*,     | \,4-     I'.ll.U'fj*  ������.('   liajc/   0>'M--a..j    ������������������>k:l   !���������������   :.'.ti.;\^  !   *'"*-*'    ( 1j--Ir   (;<*'���������"���������'"������t   " * '"   wi*V,   ti.r-   "H������-'i-r   iCri.-a."  An   Interesting   Ceremony  Unveil  Calgary Cairn  Commenorating  Arrival of R.N.W.M.P. In  187S  Tho jubilee celebration ol* if.hoi founding of tho cUy ol Calgary' on the arrival of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police, wis marke'd by the unveiling oi' a calm In C ont nil Park. Il  comiiioinoruviMl tho arrival ol' F Troop,  of Iho Mounllcn, and ImipecLor "Brlu-  hols, hi August, 1H75. The vol! was  tin** Union Jack, nnd it was drawn  nside l>y Sir Cecil Donney, only fiur-  vlvlrt'*;   ini'iiibcr   t)t'   tlio   troop.  .Iiidgc llony, New W,<*tHlnilnstor, Tt.C,  represented the historic idles and  monument.* board of Canada at (lie  <---i I'liii-u,.'. Tin- bo'inl pn'.--i������*jili.*il tin*  cal rn  to the  city,  "(Jf.od birth In as Krcntly lo be de-  ,'died by a loniumnlty hh hy an Individual, and no rity 'Iijih bad a better birth tlirtn (*al-_*ni*y, found<**(1 hy the  I loyal NonliweHi Mounted I'ollco,", lie  Haiti.  Minard's  Lii-iment for Sprainn  \\\    K.    IF.     ir.HC  To Be Given Courses In Our Agricultural Colleges  Of the &0 scholarships tenable in  agricultural colleges of Canada, which  the Fellowship of Empire Exhibition  is proceeding to allot, 25 already have  been allotted to London. The others  will be distributed in Scotland and  aniong .English provincial districts.  Each scholar will be provided with a  free passage to Canada, education and  maintenance- for a year, and will afterwards-bo -found.;suitable employment  on  tho land In Canada.  Will .Build Big Flour Mill  Spillera Overseas Limited announce0  that they will spend $800,000 in-the  construction of a flour mill in Calgary,  exclusive of machinery 'and other  equipment. Work will be started as  soon as possible, so P. Lloyd Tanner,  managing director states. ���������  No child should be allowed to suffer  an hour from worms when prompt ro-  llo'f can be Rot in a simple bu^. stronR  remedy���������Mother QrnveR. Worm Extev4  minator.  B   Hw H_ri H   Mil B B^fl^nS      K5#^iBIS_I SI_i55  Thousands off Them  DIE EVERY SUMMER  Tho hot woatlicr is very lianlr- on  habicH starting to cut tlioir teeth.  On tho iirnt sign of any looseners of  the. bowels   tho   mother  should   give  ������V 'fow doses of  A butcher in a certain town hail  read considenible about "Milk from  Contented Cows," nnd wanting to. keep  up with the times, he placed this slp.n  in hla window: "Saintages from Plg-t  that Died Happy."  This will quickly oltsot tlio diarrlioon,  vonuttiiig- ami purging, "iiul, piu.iajM  aavo tho baby's life.  Put lip only by Tho T. Milbum Co.,  Liiintcdj Toronto, Out.  I      IMiiirltyW ������>iW*-JW!MI'-||l-������ila������������������ ������?  i I^T-i  -s  THE    REVXJETfe: dlESTON,   B.    C.  x   .  oiranw  r-arifters **Jti W estern  Skouia Give Attention To Tke  Question Of Soil Conservation  Tlie   C���������o!SD.t^,l"   E-������w*s  Chance -  Has   Splendid,   Opportunity- to   Learn    Valu_-_f M.OR-sy  Out o. 8.760  hours  in the y-ear the  I average boys sleep    8,650,    eats    600,  **In lhe"vast fertile plains ot western  Canada a Munificent God has- given  us a glorious heritage, says the Moosts  Jaw Tijnes. So abundant, is It,- and  so easy of access, its great importance  and value to usj is very often.overlook-.  ed. Like so many other" blessings. I school 1,000, works 3fl0 and spends at  we fail to realize what they .mean to:, c_ui������ch   100.       The dtlier  3110  hourB  us until they, have .departed from -u������.j largely decide his character and make  leaving nothing but-regrets at thei/; hls !lfe- Qut on the farm & ,ong  loss, and all the move so because we* Llme ago ihe boy had hU own p,g aiid  know that for the most part their re- j CSLlt and from theh. sale h& gQt ^  turn is impossible.   , | elothes   for winter and   his   spending  IC we will read about, -er, better j monev. His work for these gaVe him  -still, if we could travel to other lands ;an ldea what money COSLts ana whafc it  -and see. what the ..agriculturist has .to.. is worth. The boy who has no  do ere he can hope for returns, we j money except wLat h~ ~|g abie to beg  might appreciate and realize what a j oH lbe- ol<1 mnu or wheedle out of  winder mi mine of ^vealth we hold in ; raother ls on the roa<s to rulQ j^*  our prairie soil. Instead of being ; has Mt been lmplBntea in hlm t]lG  land-robbers, as so many of our farm- j E>asslon to accLimu-ate nor the aWliiv  ers are, taking all they can gerandto ������ave UqU1 he sllaH dev^op  giving nothing in return, v?e, wquld do' tllese by many sad ei.jjeriences he ,.U1  ail. we possibly could to keep our re-j liave _abom as much clMince    ia    &<,  serve built up. ^ '    j snancial world as a three-legged blind  The world is  now pretty- well -dls- Wase has ia a bun<.h of llUngiT iom  covered, and  there-are .no more vast: cats.  areas to go in to posses,so-1hat we j r,*/^ average bov |n a city kome kas  must look to what we have to sustain ] RO responsibilities and no par merits- aud contribute to the world's de-J Bhip. The familv moves Q^ an aV���������r.  mands for foodstuffs. We cannot I age of once a yeap and lhe rQOts oi  hope any  longer to  fold our ten}*  lo j his affccUons never have a dlaDCe to  pitch   them   again   on   another   fertile {  5 get attached to Sny spot.      He has no  plain* to be  cultivated and  exhausted - place, to   play   pxCgpt   lhe  s1rect  and  of its fertility.      No, v.e must conserve >  alley, and probably no place of aumse-  our soil values in order that we may ' men1 except the pool hall. .^The neigh-  continue to have fair returns Car. qut j bors Jlbov^ and below, and on everv  labors, to supply mankind and aave the ;side protefit ,vhon he makes a uo|se  race irom famine. " and t]le rGsu]t Js |hjU h<? comes <o ^s.  The    United    States,  comparatively j ���������ke lhe p]���������co oallecj home and ,a n^  only a new country, 13 already barely-  Cclsr Important r actor in nay  -*.-���������-��������� ' ��������� .*,  Ths Principal Cohelderatt'crn \n Determining . Quality for   Market  No. 1 hay must b������ of good color;*  color being the principal guide in  Judging quality for the market. Dealing with this BUbjec������, Mr. .W* R. White,  chief of! the feed division of the-Dominion seed branch, remarks that provided' there is reasonable freedom from  foreign material,'hay of any particular class thit" retains tho largest percentage of its natural green color  grades highest ancT commands the  best price. Conditions as regards  maturity, curing, storing and subser  quent damage are all reflected in the  color.  Time,of cutting and methods of  curing are important factors for consideration In. the production of hay  for market purposes. Hay that haa  become over-ripe and faded before  cutting, or that-hae been bleached or  weathered while-curing, has decreased  in botja palatability and nutrltiv'e  value.  Mr. Whi'tf also points out that by  raking the hay. and not allowing it to  become thoroughly dried in the swath  before cocking, as soon after cutting  as it is dry on the-surface and well  wilted, and putting It.up in well made  cocks where it is allowed to sweat,  ihe shattering of v lee-Ves is largely  prevented and very little loss of color  by gun-bleaching occurs.  Further, hay hatiled'-from the win-  'drow should be stored with the least  possible delay once it is sufficiently  cured.  Gaziada & Fist Culture Service  ^������as Made I^emarkaLle Strides  In Development Of Tlie Work  ��������� ���������  -a  Gatb-esa   Fruit  At  Nisrlit  Counsel  To  Hay  Shippers  Hay For Shipment Must Be Put Up In  An Acceptable Manner  ' j     If, says an authority, speaking of a  r   i=i qiroidv  ivir.-iv '      * . '! document   from   New   York,   prepared  an exporting countrv of grain-*.     ������Tln.',S3l,.11irlnn  ������������������������ **       -- .:b">  Mr. Fiederlc Hurd, Canadian trade  =V-     , ". ... -Bianclon bun. ! commissi&ner   In   the   United   States,  Searchlight - Makes ' Work'' Easy   On  Ranch In  New Westminster  An Innovation in small fruit picking  methods ln British Columbia has been  introduced by- Mrs^ C. Alderson, of  New Westminster, B.C., who has had  an electric searchlight constructed on  her large acreage of raspberries which  enables the fruit to be gathered at  night time.  The advantages gained by this arrangement are many according to  Mrs. Alderson. When the fruit is  gathered in the cool of the night It lain much better shape for long distance shipping. ^One of the difficulties confronting the B.C. raspberry  grower In the' past ls that the fruit  ripens'too rapidly for the pickers with  the result that a fair percentage when  finally picked is unfit for ehlpment.   By use 'o������ this searchlight fixed on  a swing pedestal 24 feet high, and  -schich will throw ita beams o-er a  radiu_ ot one and a quarter acres, the  fruit left over by the ^lay pickers can  be gathered by- the night shift.  The mosq.uIto>pest is also eliminated aa the strong glare - of the light  drives the Insects to cover. Night  time picking is getting results on the  Alderson ranch. The search light  costs only $100 and the light charge  amounts to 4 cents,per hour.  cause ot' this may be learned from one j  writer who, says: "There is a-steady j  inarch of abandoned farms from the j  Atlantic seaboai-d, west. It is almost!  appalling to  see   lhe increasing num  I.....   ..4*   ._ X^r. -~   * .. -1     f.  v^T*    %������_    t_la_. d_L_l*������  iiaL'u    ���������<  duce.d   good  crops.  The   fertility   ot  _.l we are to export hay Ave must put it  ; up    In    an acceptable manner.      Mr.  ! Hurd clearly shows good reason why  A    Young    Queen    Bee    Provides   the ' hay standards should be established in  With the Beekeepers  Strongest Colon153 fcr Winter : this count?}-. He has invt.siiga.ied  . Reaueening colonies, says t������ie Do- \ complaints made ha���������New York, Phila-  the soli i.3 gone and it cannot now .pro- ! "nhtion apiarist; is best jlone dtu-Lng \ delphia, and Boston of the poor conduce s-u'lici^iit crops to pay for ciilti- ]1lle -atler part of July or early in Au- ; diiion in which shipments of hay have  valiorj..*- "This *** condition, says tlu������ ��������� ^u'st. A young queen will" at this , been received and has .found themywell  writer, has^taken place \\llhin his own 1iai<?a he points out.-produce the" larg- grounded. indeed, he says, it would  lire-time*, . The.,<?,nly thing.-Which wilt ' csL force of juveniles rn time for the   be impossible to" exaggerate the condl  restore  the fertility of those la fids i.-, Lw,inter  "without-, nri-jr-   "danger "of  being  tion in wjdeh some consignments have  been reeei.-ed. As. a result, the trade  commissioner adds,* Canadian hay has  Trophy Presented By Priace  Personally Handed pup to Best Shorthorn Owner in South Africa  A very handsome silver.cup 'was  ofCered by the Shorthorn Society ot  South Africa for the best Shorthorn  at  the  recent    Marltzburg    livestock  show.      It was an exceedingly artistic  1 ____.      .      ,.        . ....  .^.^  Livspiij-"     i-Ji     <_iic    ciiHjJt.     vrL    tt.    auoiaclmi-JU  bowl.  The cup, which was not a challenge  one, was awarded to the owner of the  best Shorthorn in commemoration oE  the visit of the Prince of Wales, who  is a patron of the society and who  personally, handed the trophy- to the  winner on the-.show grounds at'Mar-  itzburg. ~:"    :  The show of Shorthorns at Maritz-  burg was probably the largest ever  seen at any show in Sduth Africa.  The society held a reception to enable-its members who were present to  meet the-Prince.  the use,, of cheap fertilizers-  but'eviv-|supei-seded.' ...      In      lh>;'   succeedin.  the cheapest oC these mean .conside^- ;������P*"fi'*g she is.still less, than one year j  able added  co.'-t^ . * ''     oJrt and still in "her    prime, _abIe"J to] had   to be  sold   for less   than similar  What has lalceii place in (lie Uniied ! carry on. brood production at a rapid j domestic, grades, although In-many  States Jias also taken place in the old- i **"p-*'<3- Figures gathered from twenty ��������� cases it can be considered as good in  er settled parts of Canada, and" even 3n i colonies in 1B23 nnd 24 show that ten i*-aclual- quality*." Some dealers-'have  western Canada the decline oi' soil ��������� colonies headed wilhffluoens less than "refused to purchase hay from this  fertility i.-"- iu evidence. 3L' we an-i a-*"*"ail" olf! v?we rather better-produc-! country on account of previous exper-  wi.-'e we will begin to conserve our re- ! ������*rs   than iho.-,e Containing older queens.; Lencev     "Last year we shipped to the  serve* a I   on-e. and this may be done '' 3n hl". article In  the July  Seasonable, United States 291,000 tons, but in the insurance  Business Increases  cheaply by good cultivation, thus stor- ' ll'm\?  1he  apiarist   po'lnts   out   that   a * two preceding years the.average was i     Sales of ordinary  life  insurance in  ing 'up tniii>>gen, by a good crop rota- -.' Eood queen in ilje f^ll    gives    .strong j only 17,000  tons.      It is  plain that if   Canada we-e  3  per   cent,   greater in  tion anil returning lo our koII all the j colonies  for winter;,   that,    winteringy Canadian  shippers  wish  to  meet   the  cheat)   I'-vi'tilUt-rs  which .are .produced \ conditions being equal, these colonies-] duty    of    $t    a  ton imposed   by our  onow rai-iHS; - ���������'.���������-���������������������������      - {will* be the strongest   in  ' ihe .^sjirljrig.J neighbors  and  other    incidental    ex-  k Matf)?'fiirmers-let these go to wa'sTS"' **"'ntl ',n*-1 strong colonic*.*; in tlie spa-lng ; penses and re tain or increase the i'oi-  l-alhiit* ihan exert thenisolvi s l.o spread - ���������"'e t'hose that, build up best Cor thejf-ign trade in hay tTiey mustpay o.ai-e-  it iivi'L fhi-'lL* neUi.--.      Even our straw-I Cow. ; ftil  and diligent aattenilon  not alone  ���������sta-jkH, tlie lives:'of wliich illuiiiine 011V  skies every tall, might: be turned to  belli vi aeeo'inL than having them go  up in j.'iioke.* - .  : It ii<f, a wise hum who sees that his  stove.-house is .kept-full, and the .farm-  -Sheep Will Eat Sow Thistle  Easy Way to  Rid   Land  of Pernicious  Weed  "Sheep Te-Ish sow thistle and ent it  ers .ol' i\ est"-.��������� Cuiuuht will be wise U j so Closely that the".'plants'aro much  they J-'.-ieu and:,learn from the^xpei-i-| moro ,ea-"i!y eratflcalod when the pas-  eneo ot-other contit'rlaft.-' Letus k^P \ turn Is broken:" up fo crop," says Mr.  our 1'urmn ,it a high stale of j-roduc- ,..M> Pm TUing. flcW eropa7p.ommlssion.er  tion by the ntulttlous use of brain and roI. Ul(, province oi: Sashatchewan, In  ���������juu-JPhi, espeolully the former, and onr , his recent" bulletin on "The Control..or  filoiloua heritage will he handed d.own ' gow- Thisile." ,  to ''gffli-eralUnia-yet' unborn, unimpalr-1' eCHtUo also will oat'sow thistle and  ed, thus Blvljig-aod maintaining to | thrive Wit." conlinu������.ia Mr. TulHa.  Canada an Inexhuustible st o re - house ; "Taking off a crop or Uvo of hay from  or wealth. An ounce of conservation |'lnrea1eu ]alul :UKl <llt.,v pastuilng It lot'  or soil valu-s 1* wiK-th Ions of lesl^r- a ^.ason, I'uniishes tV good prellinin*-  a,;,������" tiry  t.c> destroying the root system by  *~ ~   ;       , culliyntIon method*-.      Plaliting a hay  Big  Shipment Of Salmon f [crop on land InfeHtetl with bow Unlslle  SI net); the beKlnnlnig of the current f after applying;-'tife. black fallowyl'.real.-  yenr tlio i>'.vi. of Vtincouver. hnti ship-: mont,has also proved useful Jn litldliig,  pod 1,040.7711 cayes of" canned Balmon yl-he I'Mnl bf this pernicious .woed." .  .to all purlti- of the' world, siceoidlng to' The nntling*- of Mr. Tullis are eon.'  flgim-n cojvipiled by tho Vancouver f firmed by r;*opa*t;*s' rroiii MhmuiiuUt and  Mei*f.'liiiinl.rt' Kxclumge. Tin* movo- j North Dakota, IKS-', where sheep have  nie 111 ol' cu Hived ������*aln.on ia just about 1been found ol! value iu controlling  finished, and  tin* packing new son will ��������� wectlp,  fttsirl  i-|*alri till-' month for the I'tiM and , ���������  ������������������  J Flour Exporto. Frarp Cai-iad-j  I     Wheat:    Horn- .exports from Canada  ���������ihu-Lnj; the ten month.*, ended May 3J."t,  1 to quality, but  also to    packing    and  ! shipping,"     ''''���������_'.        ',:' V.  wlnl.i'i" biii-lnefiH.  The first b������b'at'..ta cross the Atlantic  entirely under steiim was .the Royal  Wllllnm, w|;ieh mat-lc the trip to London from Quebe.c ia 1S33.  May this year thari in May of last  year. . There was a considerable  variation in the records of the different provinces^ Manitoba,-Alberta and  Newfoundland showed the best records. The actual volume of sales based on reports of compa.nies doing 8S  per cent, of the Canadian business was  $34,377,000, or'well, over H.OOO.OOO of  business every>day. "fc  Canada was the pioneer in the development of fish culture as a government service fn the new world and  the- Bcieiice in its'inodern and true  sense had its inception in. lower Canada aa early as 1856. The first Canadian fish culturlst was. the late Rich?  ard^Nettle, of Quebec end Ottawa. He  was appointed superintendent" of fisheries for lower Canada in 1S57 and was  given permission to report to jgrtigclal  propagation as a means of -restorinlg  the salmon fisheries of that province.  His first ^experiments were with trout  eggs secured in Jacques Cartier River  and X.ake "Beauport, and these were  the firit artificially fertilized fish eggs  successfully hatched iii the western '  hemisphere. .  Pish cultural operations as a Dominion Government sen-Ice began' ln  .1867, the department of marine and  fisheries assisting the iate Samuel  Wilmot in the work of collecting and  hatching salmon eggs "at -Newcastle, .  Ontario." "-v In 1868- Mr. Wilmot was  appointed a -fishery .officer and ' the  Newcastle hatchery was built by the  Dominion Government: This appears  to have been the'first regular hatchery  in the new world built and Equipped  at government expense. - A very active interest was taken in fish culture  about this time and ofllclals' from several of the American states visited the  Newcastle hatchery to siudj- the methods followed and equipment used.  However., it was not until 1871 that  the UnTted Stales Congress took the  initial step towards a national fishery  service by creating the office of commissioner of "fish and fisheries. The  propagation of fish was undertaken  by the commissioner the���������following  year.  In 1.SS3 a complete working sectipn  of the system of hatching in vogue in  Canada at that time was put in operation at the great "international fisher-"  ies exhibition in I_,ondon, where it carried off the gold medal and  diploma,  the    highest    award  for the best and  most  complete  fish  breeding  exhibit.  One other^gold medal, two silver medals, yand a bronze medal.with tlie accompanying diplomas were also won  by Canada. . -  "The expansion -wiih" regard to tho  enlargement of the older hatcheries  and the erection o"f new ones has been  gradual and healthy. In 1876 there  were seven hatcheries in active operation in Canada with a yearly output  of over 9,5������>0,G00-fry. The forty-one  Dominion Government establishments  operating in-1924 "distributed approximately 8S6.OO0.O0O fry and older fish.  While Canada took a leading place  in ftsh culture in" its pioneer days In  the western hemisphere^ she was soon  outstripped by the United-States fed-  era I service in the number of hatcheries and the magnitude of distribution. However, at the present time,  the Caha-ifin service is second to that  of the United States only in the. number of hatcheries operated and in the  volume af distribution.  It has been estimated, that onl? one,  shell in at thousand contains a pearl.  THE WHARF AT MINAKIINN  Beet Sugar Plant  Kejiom  Hum  'lie  tlUtri.-u KrowinK i 13:r"   ^'i151;'0   ;^S'3G"   Wn',*s  ������- '*  wui'ii*' beets till** yi'tir are to the effect.  value, of $(!2",2*ii2,1'l7, as compared with  tlml the st.uds are 90 per, den r. per- \ ><-������������������&<*.:��������������� 2 bnrwl������, w.o-'th $r,.|,ltf������,G47  -fee... Stetuly pron-csH in being made!1" lh" "on-eHnoailln-. period, of Iho  on flto Me.ll Httgar iilatit'at, llaymond, J Pruvtou* ywir. Durlngthe period JtiRt  ���������.ml li;i-*i.s���������ee������ed -10 ho. in operation I���������*** 11������''MG bflmi,H ������'..whonft Hour  In (hue to lalte earn of the first Hlilp-'O*'"^ ������'������������W������t-d .direct U������ the United  nieiitn.rram lhe grower*,. .jhiaiiw. 2,UI0.|y.|  barrel.-; to ilu.  United  Butter   Production  Substantial Increase In Output Is  Shown By Reports  Bui ter pixHluction in the west continues to increase at a rapid rate.  Saskatchewan reports that the output  In May this year increased by approximately SO per cent, over the figures  Tor May, 1924, complete returns being  1,218,913- pounds, as compared" with  940,0-Sl pounds In May last year.  Manitoba siloes an even greater increase. The provincial dairy commissioner estimates the increase Jn  Maya at 52 per cent, as compared with  the May, 3 021, output.      "  mwmmmmm*Mm*wm*m.mm0mmmm*mmmm  \\\   k.   U.   ISM  Kiiif-ilom and 0,42*","."**-' barrels lo othor  conn I ilea.  Tho tiro denipn WttB unkind to the Canadian.Weekly Newspaper As-  Hoctiition tlolega'toH when ho taxed Mlnakl Inn, where -the members of  the parly were to havo Hpent Saturday and Bundny as rii est a of the Canadian NaUomil lliillwayt.. 3Iowevoi% Home of Hit*, raembera ot tho party  were abb", ih'. .ioe,iar������* .roaervatlonti at. Mliuilti LodKe for a day or no 00  Iheir return journey  and  thin   Ik  a  t-ainplo  of  the  s������ceWry  whlfh  j*-i-eeie<l  itiiieiu   there. " ���������  1 ,^ , 1  R-mt-y Mj-ieDonald (\l~y Visit C"inad."_  A continued rumor per-*i-"t������ at Ottawa ; io the effect "thai ltJjihl lion.  Ham-say MacDonald, leader ef tho  Briels-li Labor parry. !*- to visit Canada tUEt* year. SHh vied!, as planned,  It Is understood, would he of h private nature wtt-h few, if tiny, puMI-ren-*  -*:.j-t-u.rn;:r-  .,       Not l-Yiposlho  Mra. A. waa giving instruction*- to  her colored nitild.  "If Mr. O. calls," sbe raid, "a ve^y  tall, very thin gentleman���������" **  "Oh, yeii'm,*" interrupted the rnnld,  "I know. Vou mean d;tt one wluit  JoofcH  *a  tew."  ���������ffl^8am?r������MwgaiTn������7a^  m  ���������yiwiwiBjgiwwiiii!  _Si_jSjj_ft  mmmmt, il WlUMiill-MmnWim������W>>t  mmm  vm>������)^s^?^f^^^^SSS^^Lmmm^SSSS^S!Sil  ssfsmmt*  m*^^ ^^^~^^r^"^^^!?^^*^'^^^^m^^^^iW^^^^^  W^"W#r*rrZ7?:  *'y*?*-i11_'*j'S^^  X-X:& yx x-  ���������-���������j;- xy.yx  VH������   CBESTtTK  BE VIEW  xliiHIIon Specials!  Local and Personal  KODAK AT THE FAIB  Films and Finishing  PARKE-DAVIS TOILET  CREAMS are new and nice  Fob   Sale���������Onions,  carrots.  cabbage   and  i's"ecJ Jbewts, Creston.  Vic Mawson is a Nelson fair visitor  ihis week, leaving on Wednesday.  Birth���������On September 20th, to Mr.  and Mrs. Fred Klingensmith, a son.  Fob SAue-^-Witiis piano," in first-  class shape.    K. S. MfcCreath, Oreston.  Piee Fob Sale���������Six weeks old, $5  apiece.    Mrs. J.   B. Rudd,   Wynndel.  Cow"Fob Sat.e���������"Soung Jersey cow  and calf.    Apply R. Turner,   Canyon.  FobSale���������Ford touring 6������r, 1822  model, in good running order. C. li.  Hare. Oreston.  Key, Dr._Eergusqn,   -who   preached  in tbe United Church on Sunday eve  uing was a. guest   of  Rev.   and  Mis.  Herdman during his stay .in Creston.'  ���������n_*:.  If aat*M.,3,-_,t__������ **  Jim say  Lock  head's entry in the  running-   races   at  the   Bonners   Ferry   fair   last   week  yicked up second money   in   the   free  for all. ���������-  days  .._--   M.  * %frm>m   y        AKJk ���������  Mrs.  few  k-9 5  days  (Dr.) Henderson is spending a  with   friends   in   Spokane,  Tooth Paste,  Shaving  Cream  Cold Cream. Almond Cream  Vanishing Cream  The last issue of the B.C. Gazette  announces that Creston is tiow  possessed of l\\e customary trio of  fence views, .whose jurisdiction is  defined as within a radius of 12 miles  of Creston. : They are _ J. Fj Rose,  Victor Oarr and Hugh Taylor.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, SEPT. HVf  CRESTON  7.30 p.na.  Our new Papeteries are a  revelation.  UP-TO DATE STATIONERY.  resisn smist  GEO. H.  ���������������������������������*1 mm.  ,?���������-,������_   ^S^a-a *-* <^jB-^������-������  s-_.2j������ *^*__b   jLuc-ounj'*  BiCYcua Fob Sams���������Youths bicycle  in good shape, $12 cash. O. Bourne,  section house. Creston.  Mrs, Ernest Bidder of Marysville is  a visitor here this week with her  mother, Mrs. Ryckman. y  Mr. and Mrs.T~S. A Speers were  Tuesday-Thursday visitors in Spokane,  making the trip by motor.  Mrs. H. S. McCreath is spending a  few-days this   week   with   friends   in  ! Nelson.    She left on Tuesday.  Fob Sale���������Red and white cow, 4  years old, freshened in Juiy,_ good  milker, $50.    A. H. Piggot, Wynndel.  Miss Selma Anderson is home from  Fernie where she has been for the past  few weeks, releiving at the telephone  central.  Miss Louise Webster of   Vancouver  is homeo-i a'two weeks' vacation with  her ������parents, Mr. and Mrs. - J. H.  "Webster.  .- ***'      .  John Bunco is taking his annual  three days* vacation this week, leaving  <m Wednesday to spend a few days at  Nelson fair.  Amongst the. Creston delegation at  this year's Nelson fair are Mr.' and  Mrs. Jas��������� Cherrington, who left on  Wednesday. -  KELLY  Shoes HfBrniikiSm  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  Am MirafoeHi  Shoe and Harness Repairing  Sheriff    J.   H.  Doyle    of    Nelson,  ������w.     \*Cr_DCaJH       1^ _-a,r.t._������. as, *_���������  was   here    on    an    official   visit   on  Wednesday. "        7  E. H. Small, Indian agent, Cran~  brook, and Fred Ryckman, "Indian  constable, were here on an official visit  on Tneschry.  Ranch For Sale���������_(* acre fruit  ranch for sale, close to Creston village.  For terms apply David Scott. Champion,. Alberta.  Mrs. "J. "W. Dow left on Wednesday  for Nelson, where she- is spending a  few days with friends and taking in  the annual fruit fair.'���������  . The shooting season is improving.  Ducks are getting quite thick and  some of the hunters" are coming in  with the daily bag limit occasionally.  "W M. Miller^ arrived from* Gran-  brook on Monday to take .charge of  forestry work, for the balance of the  s-----or. following the passing of Jas.  Jury.  Mrs. Geo. Nicholis left a few  &go on a visit ������.vifch- her danght  Broley, at Spokane, and will also visit  with Kellogg, Idaho, friends before  returning.  A. Biccum. who formerly conducted  a secondhand, store   in   Oreston,   but  who    is  now    located at Kimberiey,  spent a couple of days here at the first,  of the week.  The Ladies* Aid of the United  Church invite you to "-have afternoon  tea and light refreshments at their  booth on the fair grounds Thursday  and Friday afternoon next.  Mr. Flummeifelt of Cranbrook, who  is in charge of forestry work, in East  Kootenay,. was here on Saturday,  attending the inquest of the late  assistant forester. Jas. Jory.  Creston now possesses its first-ever  ladies' political association the Conservative women having been organized at meeting last Friday afternoon.  Mrs. F. H. Jackson is president.  Bob Hetherington left for Vancouver at the middle ofthe month and will  be a student at the University of  British Columbia' this term. He is  taking the work for a civil engineer.  Mis. E. H. S. McLean of Nakusp,  who was here a couple of days last  week organizing the Ladies' Conservative: Association^ was aguest Of Mrs.  Jas; Cook during Her stay in town.  The Conservatives had a good turnout on Monday night for the annual  meeting of Tthe .Valley association";  Major Mallahdaine was re-elected  president, arid J. W. Hamilton, secretary. " '.'���������', .'^77      AA  : Indian summer' weather still prevails; The mercury hit the frost line  on Satttrdevyy and Sundsiy mornings  .uut was uo& severe enoiitsii to daiiuige  the tomatoes which are still coming  strong. Ax.. ,  Excavation 'work at the Urited  Church is now completed and������a -.tart  niade at putting in the5 cement tase  ment. The whole job of enlargement  will hardly be. completed much before  Christmas.  I  _ iiere was a large turnout at the  United Church on Sunday evening,  when Rev. Dr. Ferguson preached,  and - Iso inducted the new session of  the church, which is made up of A.  Comfort, T. Goodwin, Fred Lewis, J.  W. Robinson and   D. T. Sorimgeour.  Most of��������� the haymakers have brought  their equipment home from the flats,  completing this year's cut early En the  week. With the exception of about  three days of drizzly weather the  season was ideal for haying, and the  cut has gone into stack in splendid  shape..  I  ������g  s  )\  -      H***__ ' aOWx    B ^ "*������������������..  lyv    ^^__*_"*^ fm H H*-"^Pei     ^^^^^  H'H  W Mr^Hr^BI W* Wl*_| W  ffl B^BF*ft  [1/   ���������_      mJB 1  ^__f   _|*"^ I! ^4*^ 9 ��������� BBI 9 mm m mm-  reservitig Kettles  14-quart, $3.5  12-quart, $3,00.       10-quart, $2.50.        8-quart, $1,75.  Our stock is new and complete in  Whole and Ground Pickling Spices  A new shipment of the famous  ������   \mr\~PEx&mEZa       *w7_, ������&.&%������   A   tkmf      *?!*_��������� 0C3 aE Jj^.E$mE%.m[    w    'ITj!ti_^":'  71' '"m^kl:'  Bombay Cords, French Reps, Potter Prints, with collars to match. Popular prices*  t^'!fr^t%vrs'^-: ?ja*r^afjtff^gaft-martft  Fresh   Fruits and  Vegetables  in  Season  Dry Snods  n_s_B������_a____  Furniture  IfllfllWwIlci  ii:::.^::' r: i-rr^r:^'1:..-':?:!:^:-;?:,^.-*" apawypgw,^^  _,, _J  m%^%J?%Jt%Ji  *^Jt%������  sr  IWlil  ������������(  We-carry, a full  line of  HAY,    GRAIN,     FEED,    SUGAR.    SALT  NAILS and POULTRY SUPPLIES  Ah assortment of Fine Groceries  always in  stock! ~  EKJOY THE BENEFITS  OF CO-OPEIiATION.  '    3  Hrfifitan ValSrsv nn-Hnfirativfi Mm.  ���������fi-B wwiwaa      b uggw b      ���������������&*p     ������e*|������������*'-i ������������".*>"-b������9      giwgia  CRESTON  ERICKSON  V9 "__*9l_-*B  JL ������*������JB^b������_.  Theatre  oai jf. otr 1. in  X  B  yv  QQaiammMQtikbm  GIOUGE MELFORD  ���������-������ROOUCTIO������8-  i3^EOE.&E MELFORD, the screen's greatest producer of melo-niasterpieces, gives you in "The  Top ot the World," his finest love-thriller since  ���������'The Shiek." A dramatic story of the African  veldt, with the most astonishing flood scenes ever  filmed.  1  Now   you  are   through   with   the   Strawberries  and  Raspberries is it not time to attend tbjyour  -"���������:������������������'��������� ' requirements in ~    "      ~  - JSL     H_?*X?^^^_Lfl Kk        ' **W>   ^L^ffl-fea-B^rw* ^*^-y^ *1        ^k^wS^kil'-wlliSi&A Pv^^A '^vm^A ^^k'w^ft-'dF  Apple Boxes and Crates  We can make prompt delivery of these. ^  CHAS. O.JROJ30E.MS  ,'���������    BOX MANDPAOTURBR  :.'vi  We also handle a line of GUAIiANTEED SECOND  HAND USED OARS.  Garages at Creston and Kitchener  with a full tine of Car Parts and Accessories,  \m\  EV  fi________M_3     fcSSf  JtU^m    KJm    -������-^^-*    w   mL^m.^. t_| y    JL   _- y'^fm  ^^cli*****}** JF^tyytf $]^���������it**iP  t  w^mmmmmim^mmsmmmmmwmmm  *mm<wmmm<*mm


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