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 .'��������� A '"AA'k^Ax: ?k-}P:Ar.  --"'^   -  .-"!������.*   ' H   A l .  a_V  . * ' V     y.   ;  <     <*5- "-  $<  r" - -7'^-";?>^"Cy'l.*    ^  " '.   .      ������*-'C  \      ^    Vs."J!.*..  W  ^5-c^"^  .__."��������� -JBT*  toif -  *s  '."-  ���������   "***-*    - ���������     " L  ;  / u '  *.    -^jr*  ^ww<C        /* i  ���������  ,*,.-*���������* ��������� ;Y'e<- "& --'-'*-"  Vol. XVII.  CRESTON* B.C./FRHJAY; NOVEMBER 27T 19^5  No. 41  i "^y*-  Expect, Actio-*&n  Flats Drainage  Things are beginning to move in  lively fasbfongin connection -with the  ��������� iu.OGO acres of jvootenav Kj^fce lands  that _as been conceded- the - Creaton  Reclamation Syndicate, provided they  will dyke the area and make it ready  for cultivation.- On Friday the .directors of the syndicate visited Kitchener  at which point they ."interviewed  Messrs. Wajldson fe Degerstiotn of  Spokane, -who had coine up to inspect  the Paulson meadows, east of that  town. \i\ order to make -r-bid on  reclaiming them for vthe owners.  The "reclamation of' the 10,000 acres  whs discussed^ with these gentlemen,  who were so favorably impressed with  the proposition- that' they "motored an  to Greston the. same afternoon and  were shown over as much of the area,  as could be covered beforeMarkness set  in, and on their departure for Spokane  they assured that the matter -would he  looked ^n to at once and if time and.  weather permitted they would- be  hack with "their engineers to 'spend  ���������v several days going over the entire 0ats  area, front which the 10,000 acres may  be* selected.  At a _si������eting of the shareholders on  the 12th of November it was decided  to proceed with the translation off the  original syndicate Into the Oreston  _E^ec!a_a_sation Co.nape.ny7 Limited, and  the meeting decided to turn the conduct of affairs over to ������. board of five.  directors made, up of C...-0. Rod*gea$,  O. F. JfcSB^es-__ B. B. Staples, C*. W,  Allan and G&o. Johnson, witb - tne  three former, named president, vice-  preside^ *rid&Bcretary-treasui*er. -At  a meeiit^on tne 17th ^a-ldraftjot, .the  cp-ip^n*f?js -iemorondujn of agreement  and. 'articles    of-    association " 'were  TO-NIGHT __���������*������ SATI2RDAY NIGHT ONLY  M*i1*ii   aMU-UMffrWU.,  ' _-%Ahis"se������"n8������^  >egtBij_iariMPfjo*{iife :hU>ci������ eompjfiples at-  Viet������wfft far approval.  Due to tlie fact 4fchat~the Kootenay  Biver^cuts the area -' in half arrangements have' been made with the  minister of lands that in undertaking  the work, it can be done, if so desired,  in units and sufficient time allowed to.  elapse on the completion-cf reclamation of a smaller portion of the  acreage to demonstrate that the dykes  'will hold,  before proceeding to-dyke  the entire 10,000 acres.  Jn discuss! n** lhe sitiittt-ion "vst-h  Messrs. Woldson & Degeratrom who  were the contractors on I>ralnnge  District No. 1 at Bonners Ferry, they  fttVOred the putting in of a lfl'foot  dyke, which is the 'same width as the  dyke In No. 1, and whiqh had stood  the high water find other wear and  tear for Your   seasons now and had  "never   overflowed   or   given"trouble  witb seepage.  In case work is undertaken, it will  hardly proceed until after high water  TT_fiHr ������ ._futifi m ������^ ss is  **      ** **  * - '**  A Picture the Children should see." All ike Boys and Girls are Invited  The Mightiest Dramatic Spectacle of All the Ages !  ADULTS 75c. No Matinee. CHILDREN 50c.  Iniitute Sells the 7  Barton Ave. Lot  in 1926. and it will probably be wise to  await the passing of next yew's flood,  in order to accurately gauge the  cjuantity of water thnt will have to be  handled, A new -high water situation  is being created nn the Idaho side  where at least 22,000 acres will be  dyked this fall and next spring, giving  the Kootenay River a slightly narrower channel in which to carry off the  spring - floods, and must inevitably  raise the level to which the water w3l-  rise along the dykes.  Mr. and Mrs. Soudberg of .Lumber-  ton are visitors here this week with  Mr. and Mrs.-Johnson.    -    _,  John Arrowsmith.  _.3#.^v_ "U-_ -a-tT2_. ���������--*.  .of Creston is  &  K>B     ���������������_*=    >S<.>Ut .?   ������_*���������  Mk &b-_ Mrs* Uriffil.  y Edward Merrit, who^ie employed^ ajt  Stnit*s 'camp, is in th^ hospital^ at  Cranbrook ati present; wSt.h" na������ injttped  a-.-i.-i iJu^ju^^.*.: _x_^ '. --J^oofetfhfcisiKMevj^-intt^iselv.-./ ���������   7  ������������-������-.. WlIC ������������*cy*MJl-������JB|>MIMt^|tt������iJBV34^t^^ M*V-a "*��������� .Ji*?" *_ . ^- '^   "J* i'^S^T* -'-'    -. a- Vj  and  '*^&/^i___nd**M^Sura^_^  their sie*** h6ia!ieB wls���������������S!s "h**-. -5noi-. Koin  erected by G. Efendren.   -  Miss Xjyda Johnson of Creaton was nt  between trains visitor on Sunday with  Mrs. MctiOnega!.  \  United Cburch  Has Y.P. Council  Quite elaborate plans have been  completed for the carrying'on ofthe  young people's "work at the Creston  United-Church-for the winter months.  The oldtime Epworth teag^ae^has been  abandoned, and ih its-place comes tbe  Young People's Coiincil which at present has 40 members, and the follow  ing are the council officials: -  President���������Violet Morrow.  "Vice-President-���������Edith Cook.  Secy.-Treas.--������Vic. Mawson.  The-membership haa been divided  into four.groupsuwith the following'as  leaders: Harold jflfobhett. Edna-Holmes,  Clara Morrow and Taly l_ewis= The  idea of the graupst is to snake- ������select*  ed lot of the., members -resp'ohsibi.e^or  thfe conduct, of the. Council I weekly  m^tin^'-,jbhetj^0!*������^''*-tesdes;i to_p-M������|^jp.  -and tW(^up^������j^^  ^-"���������' progminjr^.^^^^mgs  ai������ khefsl  home for a few days putting things in  shape for winter around the ranch.  Tom Hickey will winter at Kitchener  where he haa it logging contract with  Cranbrook Sash & Door Company.  W. ~Weatherhead was down from  Yahk for the weekend, stopping with  Mr. and Mrs. Bateman.  i    . -Pastor Harback was absent on Sunday taking services at Yahk', Lumber-  ton and Moyie, vyith Manford Samuel  son replacing him here tind at Lister.  Jim Bateman has just completed an  addition to his* house���������a vety tidy:  looking verandah, b.uilt by G. Hewitt.  TheTuxis Square boys of Crestbn  United Church failed to show up for  .'the scheduled football match last  SaAurdsya  "the'  ~ ^^^^^_-__^o^*Hla-������i-*le-  ~*~E-  '__*_������j***.  rkt  '.x-J.j-Gl.. Helme, wttO has* been at. the  coa^Ji%dry: th& ^af&. %w months,  returned" about  tho -^middle-of  - There was & repreyeneatlve turnout  of members for the November meeting  of Creston and District 'Women's Institute on the 13th. with the president,  Mrs. Boyd in the chair. The session  wa*TIargel*f given over to committee  reports, the one on better schools,  with Mrs. Stevens as convenor, presented a statement as to tbe situation  at Creston. and this was followed by 6  short talk by Principal McLellan, who  set forth a number os ways in -which  parents could render valuable assistance to the teachers, and which co-operation would be very much appreciated.  For the special committee en cemetery improvements Mrs. B. B. Staples  reported that tentative plans had been  arranged in co-operation with a similar committee from the Creston board  of trade, and as soon as the cemetery  authorities were heard from agreeing  to let work be done, the plans would be  discussed witli the cemetery company  a-jdwhen approved by them the plans  would'be set before both %he Institute  and board of trade for a fin'tCl approval  before commencing a drive for funds  to caary ou_ the work. ~ .  The matter of   selling  the  lot on  Bart������n Avenue, which   the Institute  acquired at least she years ago with a  view of some time erecting a hall and  library home, was turned over to the  directors -who were empowered to .sell  if they saw fit.   At a subsequent meeting /the    directors    disposed ������of   the  property w^-ciie^uiag^^cpinnjissioners  piMcfeasie price of $175*  and it will be used for a: townJiall.and  council chamber.       '. '-������. .-^ ,* l*���������.  1 '-  A^n umber of the WembertT-fevpre-i  ^^Imqnthiy at homes .by t?je Itfstitwte,  >*  .a.-"  forward  ^^ yi^^T**^-"^^^ jSmwmT^Aml\wmW&mm\Mm^^  seasG^t 8  with  Op-T-  ___.,__. JM~~,i-J. t.S__,  UtlUCriaOaMUg  Jim Dodds is a visitor nt Yahk -at  present, and will probably be remaining with Mr. and Mrs. Percivnl for  ���������mother connlo of wenltR.  imreiwoess" are  keen   interest  ation���������  1^V������_>.     ���������*..*.*..    -S������������������*������_^*.ft._������ta.*  jw.aaca     uaupv     ������������ji|_.aL'r^vc_a-_0v  the-council- will hare for the next  three months is the raising- off their  allotment ofthe United Church budget-,  which has to be met by the end of  M-trcb. $350 has been assessed on the  congregations maiking up the circuit,  of which amount Creston will probably  take on $250, and $100 of this is placed  on the young people���������each of the four  groups having to accumulate $25.  -dn^gTthe^ ������h^nce-%^  ance  >  (in aid of the Anglicani Ohuroli  Biahop'e Fund)  WILL BE HELD IK THE  Old Schanihnnsfl: Wynnrtflt  Sat'y, Dec. Sth  Ladies' and Oents* l^irmfc nnd   '  Scooii.d Priasea.  \ . 50c.  ir%ciiiiission ���������  Supper irialuded.  Thoro  -will  also  he u  SALE  WOBK by Mr. Hester.  Percentage of sales to be  Hi von to Fund.  KJ������\3  ���������   w mm.  .m. M ������,  Denz'tl Maxwell of Cranbrook was a  .visitor here a couple of days last week  looking after things around the ranch.  Miss Stella McKelvey is a visitor  with Spokane friends this week leaving  on Sunday.  Bi icksOr. people -will "ha ve a splendid  opportunity to buy Christmas goods  ct the* old co-operative store on the  27th and -8th, when O. 8., Hester will  have oh sale a fine lino of linen, jewel-  ery, bi*ji������������ft gondsi etc., specially for the  holidays,   y.' ik .* "���������  Things are now in shape for operating at the Putnam, Palmer & feta'ples  mill at Goat Hiver, and sawing will  start as soon as snow   permits   of   log  hauling. - -a ���������  ���������  Another radio has been added to the  quite longUUst- of those instruments  installed locnlly. The new qwner, la  F. "V. Staples, and hi*-i machine "ia. a  flve-titbe Super Hetrodyntv with the  deferred distrihution system���������the first  radio'with this latter attach mlout to  be set up here. 7  ' Tho Whirlwind Olub was greeted  with another large turnout at the  t_uc(j>u������2 of the season's whista and  dances at the R. J. Long packing ahed  on Friday night. Unusual Interest  was displayed at whist with, Of teen  tables competing and the prizes going  to Mra. J. B. Hayden and L. Little*  John. After cards ennue a an hat initial  tunch aud than tho *loo*i*" was cleari'd  uud d'tneingindulged in untiil 2,H(Jl vuiy  One music being supplied by a threc-  pieco orchestra with Mrs. C3, Da vie of  Canyon and Miss Joanne Hall alternating at the piano, and Mcbhi-jh. Davie  and T. Mawson drums unci violin. A  number o^gueBta wore present from  Kitchener and tho aifuir was carfcuhily  enjoyed throughout. The tnlake of  rvynnaet j the, evening wa������ about $4B.  Ganyon City  j������. D. Pochin got back at the end of  the week from a business visit to.Crow  line poiate in Alberts, making the trip  by auto.   .'..������������������.-      ���������    ���������; -....���������    ���������-.���������������������������'���������  Friends of Miss El valine Clark, who  had the misfortune to break her arm a  few weeks ago, and haa since been a  hospital patient at Cranbrook, is homo  {igain and coming ������!on������ nicely.  W. Ridd, who is the Paulson-Mason  Company blacksmith at Kitchener, is  ���������a _������������������"y  <&mver.  _KP_him;*_<a  VTA*   _���������     V IQtl/  N  i>_7 fv/m? km liir i>  OF  www  Presbyterian kadies' Aid  Sale of Work  Tea  in fclio  PARISH _mLX*  3.00  to   5.30 p.m.  Ed, -Smith.; who 'has been - down  from Klockmann for a couple of weeks,  returned to resume his position in the  mine early last week.  . Canyon* and Lister boys footbail  teams played a return* match at Lister  on the 14th, in *which the Canyon  team were winners by a score of 1 to 0.  A. B. and Ted Tedford with Hurry  Demchuk   and    George  Hurry  have  ���������riSiiS   ���������"������������������" "���������"..'U.������������    ...!.������.���������~    4.U..-. w-._i___I_.J!   f4"J������.-r ui_>   j_.rjai.aaax   nucic   auamj. an;  nunviil^  with Tom Hickey, who has a logging  contract at that point.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Byrne, both of  whom have been at Edmonton. Alta.,,  for a couple of 'weeks, due to the  critical illness of their daughter, Mrs.  Roy, got back about a week ago, and  ore all glad to know Mrs. Roy has  takonatuin for the better.,  Lister United Church is having  frequent pulpit exchanges. On the  l<tth Uev, J. Hcrdtnan officiated and  was greeted with a splendid congregation, whilst on the 21st there was a  good turnout to hear Manford Saui-  uelson, missionary in charge at Yahk,  Luniberton and Moylp.  _ _Js-������eiBiwg: ^  :df th^-s^hfimlf^LBi^s.0oif.IJ^enlhfer the  snat^r-.fstomds.v* until nest, |neeting,  when such a-gathering for -limaary is  likely to be arranged. Tlie Xast^tute  will remember the^^three Dishman  children, who   are "in   the  children's  suit  Sirdar*  CAFETEIilA^EA.  ���������.''���������.'J        -    ���������    .      ��������� ���������    .    .   ' -h  The Bt^gest and Beat tot' of  Work woe have ever had  and priced wo sett., .  home in  "Vancouver," with some  able Christmas remembrances.  Tbe tea hostesses were Mrs. Stevens  and Mrs. Murrell and the offering of  about $3 goes to tbe crippled children's  fund.  ���������mm^mm^^mm^m^m^m^mmmi^mmm^mmwm^mmmm^m^miimiSssssa^mmmmmmmm^mmmm^mmmmm  since when he has had parishes in  eastern Ontario and Quebec, dropped  off at Sirdar on Monday to renew old  acquaintances, and was the guest of  Mr. and Mrs. Lonsby, leaving on Tuesday, for VMncouverr from where he  sails on Saturday on a. visit to his  mother in Australia.  T. Rogers ts a business visitor in  Spaknno this week, leaving Sunday.  Arthur Dibb.n,1 who .has been in  Vancouver the paBtsfew months, is  hero nt present on it visit with Mr. nnd  Mrs. North. He leaves on Saturday  oh n trip to Englund.  Mrs, Jan. Cook of Crestoiiiv'who wan  here visiting friends Inst week, left for  hanio on Sunday.  Frank Bamford of Cranbrook was a  week end visitor ait Qtrdar, a guest of  Mr. und Mrs. Roy Proctor.  yMrs. Hugh Taylor of Creston is n  visitor here this week, the gymtk at  Mrs. T. Rogers.  The McCabe B & B crew got a rush  ball to Moyie on Friday wlu-i*e nn  engine and four or five freight cars  were thrown  into the lake when the  train ran Into twl'de.     Fireman  Eley  wut* drowned.  nilev. K. Bull, who was io cbrei. of  Church of England work   here in 1014,  Sunday School  Conference  A conference of Sunday School  workers and  all interested.  will be held in the  United Church - Greston  Dee.  Wed'y,  '!  at 2.S0 p.m.  IN THE EVENING THERE  WILL BE A  Young Peopli^siaily  in the. Church.   Speakers:  Rev. A. E. McLean and  Ivlzss Antac Fozsmtiscrt.  Field S&c re tar iiia for tlio Relijunou..  .Education Counoil of B.C*  ������?H������!f*������������B!������fe*!aiJS^ \  TTHS   BI������1V__SW,   CRESTON,    B.    a  Perhaps you are using good tea. We think  *Red Rose" extra good..-    Won't you try it?  The same good tea for 30 years.  Wkat tlie ^West Means to the East  Western. Canada's 1925 crop should have the effect o������ finally convincing  Eastern manufacturers, wholesalers and financiers how largely their success  .and prosperity is "bound up in the progress and prosperity of the agricultural  producers of the West, and should open their eyes to the tact thatv Eaistern  approval arid support of those essentially Western undertakings Jixnd.- policies  to further develop and increase our farm production and wealth will result  in still larger business and dividends for the East. Artizans and working-  men generally throughout Eastern industrial centres should become seized  of the same knowledge. .,       * -   -     '  In a review of the.business outlook in Canada, The Financial Post, Toronto, says of Ontario: "Wholesale houses feeling effect of much, keeiier demand from Western Canada and look for excellent business tijiis Fall and Winter in basic lines. Industry speeding up 100 per cent, and over in many cases.  Decided falling off in unemployment." In Quebec; it is stated, "very little  un employment exists." In British Columbia "huge building projects are  under way, including grain elevators" and "basic industrial conditions are  improving gradually." In all provinces the agricultural position is-reported  better than for many years.  Thus both to the east and the west the effect of prairie production is felt  and bringing about marked improvement in the industrial and economic life  of the country. Concrete evidence of this betterment is found in the fact that  whereas a couple of years ago the Massey-Harris factories were more or less  idle, they are now working day and night with full staffs in an effort to fill  orders, and the stock of tlje Company is quoted at a figure double what it was  at"the beginning of the year; Sawyer-Massey stock has more than doubled  since February, while Cockshutt Plow has recorded a 30 per cent, advance.  Analysing operating results for the first five.or sixmonths of the year, a  Wall Street financial journal recently hazarded the opinion that the C.P.R.  would not earn its full ten per cent, dividend this year, but improving business  throughout Canada resulted in the railway enjoying the best July since 19/1?,  August maintained the improvement, and with, the "Western crop now moving  and business generally speeding up as a result, both the C.P.R. arid-C.N.R.  are expected to make a splendid showing for the year.  The head of a Western trust company announces as a result of improved  "?*?C_I       rvf-;^-:'?T;?i-_."*_ "-i .*      "r*_ "l -j__*      _ri!*? C;*ri_f*'.___-_ir"?      _n"F     *v*_r*"__,^__      -_F *> 1"* TV*       ^ o ���������"__���������*���������"_. <*      -J*-*      +1i_--*      no o+      *������5t7a_������  Plans Flight From  *   London To Cape Tojwn  British Airmail. Mad������-Flight To India  . Last Year  Alan Cobaam, Great. Britain's long  distance airman, is-going to attempt  a London-Cape Town flight in November. His route will he Paris, Lyons,  Pisa, Brindisi and Cairo, the course  thereafter to be governed by local conditions.  Cobham hopes to reach Cape Town  early.in December and return to Lon_  don the same month. Last year Cob-  ham, who is thirty-three years old,  completed, a 17,000-mile flight to India, carrying as a passenger Sir Sef-"  ton Brancker, the , air vice-marshal.  He proposes to use ,the same type machine as the DM50' in his .flight to  Africa.  Mothers' Best friend  In Rearing Children  ^ Pain and sudden sickness are apt to  come upon us at any time and safety  lies in having always handy on the  shelf a reliable painy relief like good  old "Nerviline." For nearly half a  century Nerviline has been a family-  standby, and most mothers have come  to rely upon it in case of colds, sore  throat, tight chest/sprains, cramps,  nausea and sudden attacks of sickness  at the stomach; Fojr internal or external use, Nerviline - is worth its  weight ln gold in every home, and  costs but 35..cents at any dealers.-  For Every Purpose  FOR STOVES���������Staon Polish.  FOR STOVE PIPES���������Odorless JeS Enamel.  FOR SHOES���������Gold Leaf Dressing or British Military Polish.  _____      THE CAPO BRAND SIGNIFIES QUALITY  -_.5_-i_s-^s^ -._-_-_.  >������ ������_ =���������     ������"H <-Ti_rte������sr?     rsf  The Hudson's Bay Co.  Montreal's Population  Greater Montreal's population is now  estimated at 1,028,000, according to the  1925 issue of LovelFs Montreal Directory jUiH published. Population of  the city proper is estimated at 907,500.  Population in the suburbs and surrounding country is given as 120,500.  The last estimate pf Greater (Montreal's population, by the same authority, gave the population as 979,027.  A GRATEFUL LETTER  May Become Apartment House  Italian Engineer Plans to Make Eiffel  Tower Greatest Skyscraper  The Eiffel Tower, in Paris, which  today supports what is claimed to be  the largest and grandest electric advertising sign in the world, would undergo still another change into; something perhaps even richer and stranger if the ideas of M. Carlo Castiglione,  Italian engineer responsible for the  installation of the present electrical  apparatus, were adopted.  What lie proposes is that,the Eiffel  Tower, should be converted into a  sixty-^six story apartment house for the  special "benefit of tourists.  The new building would be constructed by ; erecting cement walls  about the present structure, and could  easily be fitted out with all modern  appliances. The lloor space could be  let for offices a& well as for japart-  ments and rooms; and the result would  be ... the greatest skyscraper in the  world, promising for the municipality  of Paris a tremendous Source of revenue. These are the views of M.  Castiglione, whb has said that the  plans for the building are in prepara?  tion and when completed will be submitted to the proper authorities.  months than in the previous five years. The Hudson's Bay Co. sold more  than double the acreage in the first six months of 1925 as compared with the  same period last year. Ah official report of the United States Bureau of Immigration states that the number of farmers settling on theCanadian'prairies  Irom a large portion of the "United States is fifty per cent, greater than for last  year, and that the two railway companies and the Hudson's Bay Co. have sold  more land in Western Canada than in any similar period for ten years.  The significance of these things should not be lost upon the people of  Eastern Canada. There is hardly any limit to the wealth producing power  oi* Western Canada, but those responsible for that production continue to labor  under certain handicaps which ought to ,be removed, and can easily'be removed if the people of the East wiii but take a large national view of the  policies and undertakings involved, as, for example, an equitable readjustment of freight rates east and west, and the early completion of the Hudson  Bay Railway. Anything that will add to the purchasing power of the West,  and give a further impetus to its settlement and development, will mean a  further large increase in industrial development and prosperity east of the  Great Lakes.  No part of Canada stands to suffer quite so much or so Quickly from depression in Western agriculture as the provinces of .'Ontario and. Quebec.  If the West remains handicapped, its development will suffer <'������nd the people  here will not reap the full reward of their labor.- But they will niake a living and can haii**"*on. But if the necessary business is not forthcoming to  keep their wheels turning and their man-power employed, Eastern factories  hav.- no option but. to .shut down and throw their employees into the ranks  ot the unemployed. Tin- latter must then emigrate to newer and more  promising fields.  Development  ami  pro.-.porky  in  the West means  the hum of activity in  Eastern industrial centres.      The 192,"S Western crop is demonstrating this to"   Medicine  be true.      The East .should hesiir itself in its own interests and support these  poliei.-' ;.a_ undertaking.-- wliich will assist to make such a condition as nearly  permanent, as human ;i,L-.-nries can make it.  Jh.1 Xmjl.m    ������%     .Jk^uVi-J.        .i.������__.������%^&^.        V.   ^������1.      mfJf      .������-**������������������  British  Government  Aids   Women   Flyers  Big   Grant,  For   Club   Which   Has  Six  Women   Members  Flying as a profession has been  recognized by the British Government  as being Wj?ll .within the capabilities  of women and a club already has been���������  formed to ��������� carry, out the air ministry's  scheme for a light aeroplane organiza- ,  tion for Loaclpn with members, of the  fair sex. In connection with the  opening recently of the Stag Lane  Airdrome at Edgware, near London,  by the London Aero Club, of which six  flying members are women, a move, has  been made with tlie object of training  women pilots for possible enrollment-  in an air force for protecting the capital from enemy raiders in-the"*"event  of war with nearby powers;  The air ministry has agreed. to_ provide the club with ������20,000 worth pf  equipment and a.grant of -������1,000 for  upkeep, and has promised more .money  as it is heeded. I^also will give ������10  for every certified woman pl.ot trained "by the club.  "Williams' Pink Pills  "I wish from fiiy heart I could persuade every person who is run down  in health to give Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills a trial." Thus writes Mis. Louie  Mitchell, Oak Point, Man;, who further says:���������-"About a year-ago 5 was  a wealf" woman> stiff eMnff? from^a run  down system and impoverished blood.  Any little exertion wo\ild cause my  legs to tremble and my heart to throb  violently. I could not sweep a room  or walk fifty feet without being exhausted. Then I began taking Dr.  Williams' PinTc Pills, and after taking  only six boxes J am as well and strong  as ������ver. I can walk arid run without  stopping every few seconds gasping  for breath as previously. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will be my stand-by  in the i'utur-s if ever my blood needs  building up afeain, and I shall always  find pleasure in recommending, them  to anyone needing a tonic." .  ���������There aro many troubles due to  weak, v/aterv blood which can easily  be overcome by a fair use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. The sole mission  of this medicine is to enrich and purify the blood and when that is done all  the Varied symptoms of anaemia disappear, and good health returns. You  can get these pills through any dealer  in medicine or by mall at 50 cents-a  box by writing The Dr. Williams*  Co., Brockville,  Ont.  Amundsen Will Use Dirigible  Odd House Needs Owner  A physician at the I'niversity of  Ml an'-sola, liec'iar--;- that the length of  Thu- i-jn*- ran hold his >���������-... h is a good ' structure   in   Shape   of   Flatiron  test   of  physical film    a     ���������  *_/  (jnjjjjfit^c  $r W-  Say  "Bayer"- Insist!  you   see   ihe    "Bayer  Built  In Seattle  A house five feet, nine inches wide  at one end and H> feet at tho other  was built on a lot 10 by ISO by :il font  in .Seattle i.hi.-i summer by A. B. Wark,  eon'me to-". An ordinance rori.ii.ring  ���������.lie. house to be in lint: with others on  tin* two .streets it. faces was the* reason  the st riKM.ur'* took the shape of a flat-  iron.  Wark t-a Id.  The dwelling contains three fim-  shaped room:*. In the rooms a ills-  sLppiiju'lim h.'a'.il.fast nook, a receding  bed   and  a   vanishing  V.'V-'V.    f "_."!���������__] !:'(!. Till'  Holds Highest Record  A Worcestershire* woman has lived  eighty-five roars in oik* house. Her  record is b->aU*n by . John Hallam, of  Hafton, ISnghmd, who died in his  ninety-fifth your in the house In which  he was born. He hud lived in it all  liis life.  Norwegian       Explorer  Attempt Flight Over North Pole  Captain Itaold Amundsen's next at-  tempt to fly over the North Pole wiii,  be made in an Itjman dirigible, i^was  confirmed by the commissariat of  aeronautics. Tlie dirigible, the N-l,  which has been ceded to the Norwegian explorer expressly" for the Polar  flight, will be operated by an Italian  crew. Thev conditions of the cession  by the Italian Government have not  been made public, but it is jiot believed the explorer purchased the airship  outright, since Italy is to share In the  honors of the flight by furnishing the  crew.  It will fly the Norwegian flag.  While termed a dirigible, it is not  of the zeppeiln type, but is semi-rigid.  It has a capacity of 19,000 cubic  meters,,is 106 n\eters long, and 26 wide  (about 347 by 85 feet) and is equipped  with three motors of 245 horsepower,  capable of developing a speed of about  62 miles an hour- with a cargo of eight,  tons.   ���������'���������    ��������� .  Asthma is Torture. No one who  hasn't gasped for breath in the power'  of asthma knows what such suffering  is. Thousands do know, however,  iroin experience how immeasurable i������  the relief provided by that, marvellous  preparation. Dr. J.������������������, D. Kellogg's  Will Aaain !;Asthma Remedy. For years it has  ��������� _._._:. _-,^.*_ i heerr relieving the most severe cases.  If you are a sufferer do not delay a day  Iri securing this remedy from your  druggist,.  ���������-:.,     -' "\-** ���������' ���������������������������--y**-.' , ��������� '��������� ���������;-���������     -  Many" Wonien   Leaving   England  According to. official figures just  made public, 10,600 females, wives or  housekeepers, left the British Isles  for British North America "last year  and 6,000 went to Australia. , Over  10,000 males migrated last year to  Brijtish North America to engage in  agricultural work.  The total number of emigrants from  the British Isles in 1924 to other parts  of the empire was 115,600.  It is usually safe to say that when a  child is pale, sickly, peevish and restless, the cause is worms. Tliese parasites range the stomach and intestines,  causing serious disorders of the digestion and .'preventing the infant from  deriving sustenance from food. Miller's Worm Powders, by destroying  tho worms, correct these faults of the  digestion anl ���������serve ���������to-restore the organs to healthy action.  Hard and   soft,  corns  both yield  to  Ifolloway's   Corn   Itemover,   which   Is  entirely  safe  to use, and  certain and  satisfactory in its action.        '  OI lost Cigar Store  Lancaster,    Pa.,    claims  the oldest  cigar store In America.     ,11 has heen  in the Demuth family since 1770.    Tho  store is a tr-insure house of relies^.   It  contains iho first bathtub in Lancastt.yi"  ii-onlng    hoard : County, more than a century old1.'"  ba.'-*'-niejit hun n '; *--���������-*. .* ���������.".": :: ."...'...:.'"':.���������:""���������"",  It -will Prevent Ulcerated Throat.���������  At the first symptoms of sore throat,  which presages ulceration and inflammation, take a spoonful of Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil. Add a littlo sugar io ij I  to make it palatable. It will alluy tlio  irritntlon and prevent tho'',*ulceration  and Hovelling that are so painful. Those  who were peria'tTtcally subject to  quinsy have tints made themselves immune to attack.  May Revolutionize Industry  ot  Unless  Cross" on tablets you arc not  tfettinj-C the genuine Buyer product proved sate by million:; and  prescribed liy physicians for 25  jy-'iTs.  ^\Qba%������^        Onyer package  whichcontains proven directions  Unruly   "T'rtv'-r"   Iioti������i.   of   12   tulihrt,*  Al.ie I/oi.th*,*rr.f 21 and  U!">    l>���������,^'i*li  A ip.i-lr,    I-    (li������*    irrt'l"    nutri,-    a">/"'-lit.'ra������'l    in  ������-||M(|a|fl.       air       B-T"f      -afllfHinK-flll-f      4>f      M'KIO-  ������e"a'tl<*iK'lilicMti"r of  HfilSryll'.'ai.'lal.  eotublnatioii laiinilt'v* ami garttge. '  Whi k    .-u'lil     Im    Wit.i  trying to find4  .������������������-���������iiiehiid'*  i!i.* house  would fit  no thatl  i  1! ' "    /���������'111 Id      -W-!|     il. !  8i-j Crowd  At Tcnnyaon's Home  'Ih-'  hiir-.-- ������������������::  ..'-.i .lii-r irtK ol  'I'lirinyi-rm-  lain* ever in lil  u>  l.iiKlaiid  met at  Ahl-  vvorlh    i"a(e],l'y     IO    vi'il.lii"    |><������e|'H    olll  ii/ivne   In   the   iniirrey   IiIIIh.       Thin   Im  hulIt   on  a   lilii  near  Hani* men* and  Ik  uov/ -arctiph-il by the <lai 1<*.v,if of liar  oda,  a i   wli'i'e   invitation   the   nieiiibers  _f5_aw__S__S___IL  f^I'N^iiPl  ikPmV ^^^ ���������!?*. l^^fr#t_ - _������  ,,\- ri..- I'oeh-,. Kti/'i.i.y.  poel'.-t   noMut'e.  iniiineyed In | hi  Scientist    Claims     Concentration  Electrical   Energy  in  Small  Object  A scientific discovery that-may have  a revolutionary effect on Industry ia  claimed by A. F. .Toffee of the Academy  of Sclonco.  Experimenting In hlfl own laboratory,  .Toffee'says hovj-uencoded in obtaining  a tronumdoiiH concentration ol! eloctrl-  cul tiiiergy in a very small object. The  accumulator, which he constructed and  chargod with energy "HUfTlcleiit io  drive the most powerful motor car for  I en days," i,s small enough to go inlo u  waistcoat pocket.  Tribute, To Genius;  llitiiiuto honored only for lib. ability as :i contpoiicr nnd artist, Walter  I himrorfch, conduelor of New York  Symphony Orchi'-uni, lian rer. 'veil the  following now* ai* proof of hi.s genlut::  "Will you kindly call to tune my  piano'.'"  Absolute  Failure  One of TUs Majesty's inspectors of  schools in a Scotland city had been  testing the children ot* a very  shimmy dtstHct for admission to an  institution for tho mentally defective. Walking homo wards through 'a,  narrow street he overheard this poignant comment, on his day's doings:  First lady on tho doorstep: "What's  wrang wi' ye, wumnian? Ye're that  glhnphy the day," Second lady on  adjacent doorsfep: "Oor Jeanle was  examined for an idiot, an' she didnii  pass!"  >   BElL  NIGHTS  0*     MORNING>*<  KEEP  YOUR  EYES  CUAN    CLE Alt AM33   I-EE/ULTIS_  WMH rolV ������IV. ������ tYW CJMV* ������0OK' MUMKi Ca.CUlCA0O.lU4l  tV.     N.  i;.  ir.'ir.  Ktsep  rvtinari's  Liniment   in   the  house  Aak for Minard's and take  no other  8vccn HALV A OBNTUnV l_CI������4Jr������-riON  l��������� 1 Cpl "Ctllf-'C vttmvn von th������  IR. IX bLUflU O  LIVKHtKIOIMItVOI  W|J.U KlUMB-V-aJhUI, \IUlBK , Ol" AV pi., 11 AC U KC II I'.Ajo.  D-tEGLEnC!SV7'flNj���������IV|iA  *avk Jkttn nit1.1*.tta.it rua i.Ainr.!i a.i.mi uib.  ft, L.C uLUitu O AvwrtiENr i-ii.es.  ]4   |^,. i������c.^(js.^  ^^������.^|%,.,aa 1"rlr������������   In   Vn.'1i.M.I    '���������'N.  _*U."'t,*Ji'ci.ll'liO ".Uil.C.l. t*n������������r������lti������klti|, N.W.B, T.t>������.1u������  ������_rkJI������ll O.I.10 Irom 71. Vroii i ������'������,l".,Ti>KOl>no.O������������a  .������������ M, HKM-liaAN U,tt������IKK.V. MftW Vu������������ CUV.  7  ^itidMilMiMlliBli  *^*Wt&S!M^i^^^  a >aiaiiMiiwa4HIM,__M__������a THE   E^ViEW,   CRESTON,   B.    O.  /y-  j*  rf  Witli Better Dusmees Conditions  Some Movement Again TVlani-rest  Io   Utilise -Western   Resources  C<_T������^<ftf'C������l__0'������l_fC_1>B      pAVllt-]  **-_#IA������_/������-.W*.*^--**.**-" -���������  y  fn^l  (By John Sweeting, Industrial Agent,  CP.lt.)  A continuation o������ improved business  conditions- is shown throughout the  western, ^provinces with very distinct  prosfjects in the growing volume ot  , urchases as the fall and.-winter trading proceeds. With the good average crop, the employment of surplus  tabor and approximately the same  third Quarter construction programme,  the situation should    be    maintained.  University  Gets  Bui-bank  Garden  Plant Wizard   Offers   It  For   Half   Its  V.laa.  The gardens in which Luther Bur-  hank, world-famed plant scientist, for  fifty .years has conducted his experiments, near Santa Rosa, California,  are to pass into the hands of university scientists i'or maintenance and  perpetuation.  Indications  are that Stanford TJni-  ���������_���������"���������*  fliid^as.a matter of .fact, should pro- i versity will get the gardens since Bur-  duce.a more stable condition on which 'bank favors that Institution and -offers  to calculate winter -business.:     ThereJ to place his  treasured gardens in its  Is every foundation foi* suggesting  that the coming winter's trade vrill. _e  better than; the average over the last  few years.  7':7'7  There is some movement again "being manifest to-   utilize:,  western    resources;  two or three of the gypsum  deposits  of B.C.  are being developed  and. a new plaster  plaiit under co"n-'  struction at the coast:     A plant is to.  be erected in Southern Saskatchewan  to manufacture brick, tile and pottery-  ware, and investigations being carried"  out in Alberta to utilize straw: waste  keeping at half their valuation, the  sum: to be determined -by a \f riendly  committee.     " '.".'""._.  Stanford has had open competition  from a half-score of eastern ahd mid-  western universities as well as two  Pacific coast institutions and numerous capitalists seeking to commercialize tlie achievements of the plant  wizard.' -7V"''   ix:���������'  Burbank himself was.: reticent concerning the identity of these institutions,' but from W. Lambert Hill, personal friend of the scientist and one  Organization   Will   Not  Operate   Until  Objective is Reached  The objective of one-third of the exportable surplus of poultry and, poultry products' was. not secured by the  Saskatchewan Egg .and Poultry Pool  up- io September 1, and therefore the  executive have decided not to operate  the pool at present.  It was decided to immediately launch  an intensive campaign in 163 rural  municipalities' where the sign-up was  greatest. Contract signers will be  given two. weeks from September 17 to  withdraw, hut it is pointed out that  unless the required quota is secured  the pool will not operate.  Five field' organizers will be sent  out alniost immediately on organization vWAJiX .aiiM. tiiese men. anu women  will appoint an: organizer in each ot  the 163 municipalities. Hitherto the  work of organization has been conducted on a voluntary basis, but the inunl-  cipalit3T organizers will now be paid  on a cornmlssloii basis.  To: take: care of overhead expenses  it was decided to raise the objective  in the 163 municipalities to 45 per cent,  ofjthe exportable surplus. As soon as  this iuts heen secured the pool wfll  establish three collecting points and j  start to operate.  1 he   Jiconomic   .Benefits   Which  "  Canada Will Reap From  Completion Or XT. 13. Svoad  Russia Endeavors To .  Protect V/ild Life  The completion' of tlie Hudson Bay  Railway, will.mean lower grain, rates,  a large immigration who will arrive  in the west by the bay route, development of the vast mineral and power  resources of the north country and-  greatly enhanced land values ih Western Canada, according to Clarence F.  in the- manufacture of various7straw! oi. "the chief sponsors of tlie endow-  board products in addition to pi*opos- j ment plain, it was learned that one of  als in Manitoba to produce paper from i these was "probably Harvard." Hill  a similar raw material. The growing" j said private capital had offered,"as high  of herhp  for' its  fibre  and inarketins   as  a quarter of a millibn dollars for  as such is being carried out in Manitoba, together with some experimental  fields of fibre "ilax with a view to encourage its growth in the lake districts north of Winnipeg. Additional  , processes are being investigated, look-  Has   Established   Animal   Sanctuaries  and Wild Life is Restricted  Hunting is still of considerable economic importance  over- large parts of  Siberia, particularly in the tundra and i  the forest regions. In ^o'rne localities j Graham, a elector of the On-To-The  it 'is the chief means of livelihood,' Ba-y -Association and an advocate of  while in others it supplements- fishing!the Hudson "Bay route .for over forty  and farming. Sparse population fav- 1 S^ars* I������ an interview with, the Basel's tho survival o<" fur-bearin-r **sl- ' katoon Stare Mr, Grab as*-' saM:  mals, but the supply is decreasing as I Tb<- economic benefits which Can-  the country becomes more thickly set- jada vril1 reaP from the completion of  tied. In consequence of the increase jtlie Hudson. Bay Railway and th������  in the number of hunteirs and the more j opening of the short route to Liver-  intensive methods of hunting, fur-1 DOOJ "*"������-re outlined in an interview "by-  bearing, animals are killed faster than ] Clarence F.-Graham, a director of the  thev multiply. 1 On-To-The-Bay Association here, who  ^   This destruction has led the Russian  has fought for the northern route since  Lurbaiilv's. gardens. This and other  offers were refused by Burbank, he.  said, because the scientist did not wish  to "commercialize" his fifty years effort. ' ''"'"'"." .''..���������''"*' ��������� ' 7  Two    other    offers ..of $100,000 and  Buz*bank does not intend to retire  for he is in the best.of health, but  would devote his time to his office  duties'and advising scientists who  would take over his work.    l ....  ing to the briquetting of the lignite; $150,000 were made by private finan-  coals of Saskatchewan, and the pulp- 1 ciers, Burbank admitted. .:, 7':y--f.; .'..'"  wood! areas of Manitoba are being requisitioned to take care of the. pulp  and paper plant which is to be/erected on the Winnipeg River. The salt  deposits in the McMurray district are  under commercial development, while  the .Jiituniin'ous sahds of "Northern Alberta' are continuously being , tested  and processed with a'view to ascertain  proper method of treatkieut. Altogether there- has been a. pronounced  activity throughout the jyestcrn prov-  inceis/in development and. expei-iniental  work ih 'ihauy lines/ looking to a j-eriod  which appears to be within 'reasonable  distance, when worlc ori a: commercial ".'scale can he profitably accomplished.'-;        7'7    "-���������- ." ,7  The agricultural situation in a general wayM better."7 The position, pos-  Improve  Vancouver Grain  PorT  increasing Caiiacity of Elevators and  yesse! Loading Facilieies  Many, changes and improvements  have been effected in the capacity and  equipment of tlio grain elevators and  vessel loading facilities of the" port ot  Vancouver during the past season, in  anticipation of handling a record volume of Western Canadian grain during the coming winter season. A re-  'cent survey shows that the port now  has seven grain elevators, with a total  capacity of 6,900,000 bushels. -Grain  loading berths number thirteen.  Government to restrict the hunting oi  wild animals and birds. Animal  sanctuaries huve been established. It  is. difficult, howeveiv-to enforce, hunt-  j ing laws over such a vast territory in-  I habited by so.primitive a people.  Canadian Horses Shipped Abroad  Nothing jars a man like being compelled toe love hy" contract.  Endeavoring to Open tip New Market  For Canadian  Horse Breeders  ���������������A policy, designed to open u^ new  markets for Canadian horse breeders,'to that effect, implying the Uniting up  the early eighties and who is probably  personally responsible for interesting  more influential persons in the project  than any other living man.  "The announcement that the Hudson  Bay Railway will be completed," said  Mr. Graham, "will be secondary ������n importance only to that of Sljrjolin Mac-  donald's in 1880, that a synd������cate-_������>������  capitalists was prepared to undertake  the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway and -had signed a contract  -.���������������������.:  V  has been inaugurated by the Dominion  department of agriculture, which .has  collected 80 head of, horses and will  ship them to Europe, where there... s a  good market, according to present reports. Ail charges will be paid by  the department; records will be kept,  and when the horses have been sold  it will be k^cwhf exactly;:n.hat profit, if  any, was made.. It is years since  there, has been any export trade in  .horses. ' ��������� ������������������ ,   .   .  ^    " '   '"^. "��������� '' ' " "   k  ':: "  s  B  xvt  I -a   g*   *_r  Honey Industry   :  Very Rapid Growth Shown In Western  Provinces  During  Recent Years  The honey industry lias experienced  a  very  r^xpid  growtlisyii  the western  provinces during:;thejpast^  in.    :3920���������the    value    of outiiut phly  aiuoujited etoc about $85,000,. while, the'.  production  for  tlie past year is estimated to be worth,close on $400,000.  Manitoba records for 1924, 1,S00 beekeepers with 27,113 colonies and a pro-  Unique reai oy lump me wona uouer  duction or 1,302,000 lbs., with a value  slbilltles, prospects and imybrtaace'ot   Qj   ^-fo'-ioo.     - The  unseasonable   cli-  thls industry is being more fully real-  matic conditions in the province dur-  i7.ed, and methods adapted to its more ing the"past'year had a very adverse  economic de-^-lopment are being utilTJeffect on (he maustry, as this province  ixod with compensating results. The i l>voducetl over $100,000 wortli of honey  incoming of new settlers into partially j during 1J.23 and^924. Last year Sas-  settled aiotrictf,, together wiih. im- | katchewan had an output of 77,000 lbs.  provementa that are being steadllj | oj, ]jOn0y) Worth $]SI052, representing  carried out on many oxiJ-tlng farms, us i the output" or 2,000 colonies. This is  well_. as the variety of products now ������a v,,cortl ou<-l>ut for the province,,,the  available for market, is, and has creat-; 1>revioUf5 vocorti having been-made in  od, an improvement in the westorn ; ]93ai wjien 21,657 lbs. of honey, val-  ileld, which is helping to u ver?" large I ued  at  ^A.i:)t w.ri>  proi]UCed.      The  extent to bring back sitngumc anu  ciputions of success iu nuHing ihe  agriculturist: foremost iiv.a nfcld wliich  is the determining factor to lhe well:  being of tho prairies.  It is not. dilllctilt, there fore, to realize that the'Improvement in conditions  number of keeper.-! in Alberta i.s estimated at iGO, while the production of  honey last year amounled to 55,000  lbs., W the value of $13,000. Britisii  Columbia reports a production last  year from .14,604 colonies of 679.2S9  lbs. of honey, valued at $140,113.    This  which is and  lias taken  place is  due   jrf Uu> s,.coml p,.0Hl���������Vst production ever  largely to tlio  confidenco  that is  he- J rocoi.ai)d" by Vlxo province.  ing    shown,   . and    which is bringing!      ���������  :  about 'increases J" Wading.1 opening up j  of resources, Construe tion    of    power __   _  plants and new factories, nmV tfinUliiR , BHt|8h Columbia "to Extend System of  To Curb Forest Fires  1o interest outside capital to further]  investigate "western Invoslnn-nis. Tho  more dllficull. period, which iH-cessitat-  cd heavy vetreiichments, appears to  liave boon 6v< rooino, opening up for  present nntl future consideration a programme of expansion which -"h'ouhl  develop wilhout.undiH* hindrance*;  Crude Oil  Production  A deereiiHe of $."i4,(>JS Ju value i.*-  shown for "iist yi'iir'iV production of  eiude petroleum in Ctmmlti us coin-  pared with iho previous 3 2 months.  TU..* output IV..- l;;.:t ycar, :_ecoi*dln.K t.o  levlsinl Htntlstles, amounted to 3 60,773  Fire Outlook Stations  The Uriiit'll Columbia forest, service  is planning to.extend its series of fire  outlook stations so that eventuall)"-  every Important limber'area in the  prov In co will have, an observatory.  I'lvo lookout stitlions arc already os-  tnblislied nod tin* depavimont is now  planning a station I'or Mount Benson,  which will servo a wide uvea near  JS'umiimo ai'ul anotlim* lor I'hoenix  Moiuilain noaV Cranbrook.  Alberta  OH Wells  "i'jie   U������.i.  -i   m\u) alliL'   ~������Vi-'lI   (iilliit'i'S:".!),  continues   to   unvnste   geologists  Hi  lutrrols,-valouil at $167,400, AVhflo 1"! naptha production increased July to  ihe pi-et-edInt. 12 months the pioduc- ������ 5.^,135 nHn������n!., 73 degieos B.-uumi.*, an  lion    tolalle-,1  .t;*<i..i<i't     barrt-l.s     wotth  Htussfitri, <;erniniiy, has a potash  iuIiu." where men work 2,600 feet ttn-  .lergrminil at a l������-ni|iera������ure ol 104  degrees Fahrenheit,  ��������� III - ��������� III ������������������������������������..���������_-. I 1 ' -���������������������������-������������������������������������'���������'   " ���������| ������������������....1..���������mm������������������,���������. ��������� im ���������  w  v    ir..!*-.  increase of 25 baiTeLs daily over tlie  June prodnt'tlon. The production continues to IncreiiKo and tho flow of gas  at 20,000,000 cubic feet n day is being  maintained. This How will shortly  be  liiirm H*-"ii  to supply  Calory.  Too often a fellow'.- charity si*ems  to In* Kluril to hi.s Angers.  Here is. tlio golf ball thal:vwas played around' the world by I. O. Uplmin,  who   look.-   quite   nn concerned   a h   ho  poses wllh his famous    ball    in    his  hand.      Mr.  UpUanv is  a iiiomber  of  lhe  San   Francisco Golf Club and  of  the Ih.'uih  Fphitm  Company,    also    of  San Fruncliioo.      Wonder who-will ht*  the next lo chalice his hall around Iho  world?      T'wtiK a bet ol" $!������(' that hfurled   Mr.   TTphnn*   1e."!np*-i'l*i   1nr   foreign  counlrlcM.  playing one hole  on  every  course wllh the same bull,     At Tslng-  tau disaster nearly overtook him.    111;-.  ball    rolled    inlo    a    ditch, but after  Iwolvu men had  looked  for it, it was  found two hundred feet away fiom the  place where It liu*", dlsappciU'ed.-     The  day    war    ������vns    declared,'Mr. Upluim  of British _ Columbia, with Eastern  Canada, and thus fulfilling the most  outstanding of tho conditions under  which British Columbia entered Confederation."  Mr. Graham expressed the firm conviction  that ultimately    tlio    Hudson  Bay route will.be navigated the  full  twelve months of the year.  "What  are -the  prospective   results  from the opening of- the route?"- Mr.  Graham was asked.      "Those apparent are too numerous  to be covered  in an interview," was the reply, "but  ! some may be mentioned.      Transpor-  j tation rates on all exported grain will  4 be   materially   lowered.       Tne'. export .y  [cattle industry' will "be placed oh aper-  ma'iT^iUy profitable basis, not only because the total nilleage, to say, Liverpool, will be lessened, but in addition %  ;'tHe- prdportipnat^raily ^Mk'yfhiykti>&;.::A  ���������greatly^/ re3uced\'-'-:7.Asy:.;4s^com  ;'kn6ism;''-th^:-''-;.i'i_^.-.''h-fe ���������;' '���������,.-  the cattle. On the other hiand, thG  sea trip, via Hudson BaySvriU he- cool  and liye cattle should undoubtedly arrive at the Old"''���������Countr's^ market In  splendid condition, with correspondingly greater'''returns to tne shippers.  "The bay fisheries will coine into  their own, and fresh salt water fish  will be an ordinary article of diet in  prairie homes.  "It must not be forgotten that ihere  is vast waterpower available tributary  to the Hudson Bay Railway. y With  tlie rapid development of the country  it is unbelievable that tliLs will not bo  utilized, and distributed over a v-.*-t  area by high tension lines, as is now-  being done in Ontario.  "The mineral wealth tributary to the  Hudson Bay Railway will become  widely known following the opening  of the route. ,  "While immigration to Canada from  Great   Britain   and   Europ-i   will   undoubtedly be stimulated,  fully as important will be ihe surge of prosperous people, from the    United    State?.  The large American land owning com*  .[ panics, arim-d-��������� with the slogan. "Hud-  json Bay Route "Being Oppn^d" will ������v-  isume ihe ac������.i\ iiU-z which wore stop-  jped by the war, will be able to felnd'co  ! the onthuslnsni at" Am-M-lcanf", and an  influx of experienced  desiirabio  faini-  vrs from the l.'nited Stales will resulu  "An inimoditite conseqiuencc will be  enhanced  farm kund votBeti-, nnd their  consequent greater valut* as  security*  ^ for    financi-il    purposes.      Within    a  play(-d on  the, Hermitngo    Park - and \ maximum ol live years lrotn the open-  tlold course Jn Copenhagen, where tin*. jnK of the bay roun\ it will seem in-  chief linx-ii'ili* were deer which had t������ . pri-'HWo 'thitt   i-nod   Inrni  lands   were  bo shooed off Lin* puLtlng S������**������>������s.   Next | available at the price a ul iy25.  day ho went Lack  for another gam**!     "liuvitu.bly th* wnst, with its rapid  and found the entire park occupied by ' increase of population, will  have  the  the   Danish   mobilized     tinny.     10,000 '��������� h^ianee of i.oliti<.-:il pov_>r,  strong        At   Braid   Hills,   outside   ot i     "jurtt a.> the  CanaiUanu development  Edinburgh, he was able to play until j which  followed the    con struct ion    in  -IUTW1SF-  'JX'A*.t>tXir  10 o'clock In the even I tig without Ion-   thi- .'-imidlnn Paciilc l.titlway  inp* It!:-' ball.       Before riMuriiln*.* to Si'.n l ,.,** {-j,. ,f-c  -r:'i I ii,,.:-) ���������.- of it:  wo*  Francisco, 3.1 r. 1'phiun had pluycd "���������������������: advocatcH. s-o will ihat following ih<-  cotirses. Now he Jh looking iorwartl opt-nlng of .he lludsan I lay route e.v-  lo meeting In China the Round the j VKUn\ ;l]i present ti.teca^CH.  World Coir Olub, which leaves New j "These arc i.ome of ilu* (hings ������'i*  York, Di-cenibir 3rd. ou the Knipres.s niny wllh ������oiifidt-nee ^.'xpect from ihis  of Scotland, Its member.-, hoping to be 'upeiilng ���������������������' <h������- northerja jUC.1i. t." ,val<l  able, to follow successfully ilu- ex-j Mr. tlruhaui in ei>m-Iu*"on. "It will!  iimple set by Mr.  ITpha(n. J tnunsfonn  We Mem Cawada."'  _WWWmillW������*ll-'.������i'''������ili;-iairii j?gm&t?4*$> mtwiwjijrvgf<&  1   -Lidgate Bros*  man*  - jfip'   ������g*������������gBB* .  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  Mm WHrskbelH  . Shoe and Harness Repairing  A complete range of  GSiiistmas Presents  has just arrived  I  For the LADIES���������  Fancy Han dkerchiefs in boxes  Silk and Wool Hose.  Silk Hose.  Fancy Aprons  .Rubber .Aprons.  For the KIDDIES���������  Child's Rubber Aprons.  Toy Mechanical Fords.  For the MEN���������  Siik Scarfs.  Knitted Silk Ties.  Suspenders,  Handkerchiefs.  Other Useful Things.  V. MAWSON  Ton rists from the United States  have.... broiight ^150,000,00.00 in  revenue to Canada this year, according to estimates of Canadian  government officials. More than  2,000,000 American automobiles, it  is estimated, crossed into Canada,  carrying  approximately   9.000.000  tOUri3������S.': " .. ..-.'. :7' :' . ',   ���������-'   - ;.  On thifei Ibasis of  reckoning every  tourist that comes into the pouiitry  is Kkely to spervd- npc less than f>15.  Even, if the expenditure per  head  were but  half this^amourit it  is a  trade worth  having-   and   Creston  business men  and   others   directly  interested are-reminded   that poss  ibly next year, the north rand south  road into   Porthili will  have   to be  connected tip   with   by   the   road  through British  Columbia   to   the  boundary, and if   the aiitoigt   is to  be   brought ihto Creston    via   the  abandoned. K. V~  ri#hb of way novy  is the time bo be after   Col."Lister.,':  to busy   himself- with   the   public'  works department in   an    effort to  do what he can to have the connecting link make Creston   a   port   o������  call f������r tlie   tourist.    The   village  certainly needs the "business." ~  list berelnafter set out, of the i^erc-ons in the ������aiu Uut hereinafter set .out, for delinquent taxes unpaid byvsaid  NtJU UUli,  persons on the 30th day of June, 1925, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the costs of advertising  said sale, if the total amount due for period ending December 31st, 1923, is not sooner paid.  .  The Collector will be pleased to receive any information .respecting the following Hsb where the  owner is or was a member of the Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits of Section 151 (2) of the  ''Taxation Act 1922." . _ .  ���������'���������   LIST OF PROPER"1"IES  Mesne off PercosB Assessed  CUmhI"    "r***i nn __>^i"ii->^- ti-ir-i   -Atf*1  -*"***���������_��������� _.������-, ~. ���������*__������_���������  Arrears of Int. &    Cost. &  all Taxes, Penalty  Total  Lot 97, Hume Addition to City cf Nelson. Map 727  Bennett, Jas .... ,,.���������.���������. Lot'-a" of lot 2, block 2   Reimmer,  Thos ....................���������."Lot 1, Block 9��������� :   Jones & Luxton, % interest and Vernon & Moiiand .% interest . -L������������ts I nnd 2, block 44 _,_.  .Lot 97, Map 727  Jones & Luxton % interest and���������Ver- *  lion & Holland "*4 interest ... Lots 1 and 2, block  45'  39.33  7.09  7.09  7.09  Davies Addition io City of Nelson, Lot 182, Mapr 486  Mglam ^SalBBSgs  Bob and Jack Miller, "who have heen  -working at Staveley. Alberta, the  past few months, arrived home on  Saturday.  Will Vaness, who has beert working  at  Vulcan, Alberta, lately,  got home  at the: end of the week.   ; .  Frank Ssn-ister was a business visitor Kuskarwok  one daylast week, re  .turning wti*J_i-:'''a'z^-ei^ey cow, Which lie  purchased from the  estate of  the late  Mrs. M. ������3. Jones.  Hester.,were vi*?-  a  few day's   this  ."_____.'-  OGIL VIE Goods are dependable  Just Arrived  Men's ajid.Boys  HEAVY  SkirtS  Socks  and  Mitts  Olynyk, John  Lots.l tojH3"*Iock 3 ....: .������������������.   Olyiiyk, John  Lof7_ block 4 ���������.:  .. .���������v.���������  Duncan, Mrs. T. J. and Stephens, D. ..Lots 10, 11, block 7     Duncan, Mrs. T. J. and Stephens. D.  .Lot 11, block 8  2   Arnold, H. J. ~  -  Lota 3to 5, block 9 ~ '.   John  Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, except R.W. of N. and P.  8. Rlv. ���������*������������������.   i lork   10    John  .  Lota lto 12, "block: 11    John  Lots 1 to7i block 12 ���������: .. , .....  John .......... Lots 1 to 11, block 13 _  :....  John.. . ... .���������.......Lots 1 "tol2r -lock 1* .... ............���������.���������......  John  . '..��������� Lots 1 to 12, block 28 ...1... ."  Buchanan, 53. L. .?. .  . Block "J**  .   Olynyk, John   Blocks "I  Mr. and Mrs. C. S.  itors At Kimberiey  week. ���������:���������������������������-;���������������������������- x  x_ ..; -. , '  , Frank Martin and Rqudolpfi: Cari:  j are at tester this week on "il deer .hunt  j and are stopping at John HHscroft"������.  Alice Siding M usical ''Party .are- to be  ������t Wynndel tonight at .a concert and  ' umsicale.  ' '..'-.-'.. ���������    '  ' The ladies had a meeting- on MondHy  at Mrs, Mar^hfiirs on Tuesday to ar.  range for the Christmas treat add tree  at the public school during yuletide.*-  Sickness, anion gut work horses Is-  pi-f-valent in this section, one owned  by John Parkin dying l'*at week.  STORE   MANAGER  WANTED  Applications will be received by the  tindersiRned up to Saturday, December, 5th, 1025, for the position of  rmtn-iK*'*' ���������������? *he Eriekson branch ofthe  Creston Valley Co Operative Association. Fm- piirticnlars apply T. R.  MAWSON, secrefcwry,  Brickson,   B.'O.  TENDERS   WANTED  Tenders will be recived up till  Thursday, D--ceinb������r 10th, 1025 for 4500  35-foot po I pa nnd the digging of 500  pole holes, ^or full particulars . see  JE3. C. Gibbs at th������ postoflflc*-, *CJr-*aton,  or write Naltimp Power & Light Ooni-  papy. Nakusp, B.C.  PRICK3 RIGHT.  J  .#31 #% I#-4������ *r% w% c������  Loyal Orafip Lodge,No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall.    ViBitinK brethren cordi-  J_.il V   iaiJUillMJ.  ERIC OLSON. W,M.  iJULJU.J-...-L.!Ul!gJ*J  Olynyk,  Olynyk,  Olynyk,  Olynyk,  Olynyk,  Olynyk,  *KM  'M*  39.79  12.44  26.84  13.42  26.60  1C.48  19.90  14.92  19.90  19.90  19.89  8.94  17.88  9.39  1.36  1.36  1.36.  9.99  3.13  6.30  3.16  5.09  2.64  5.00  3.75  5.00  5.00  5.00  2.10  4.20  L.", and "*_  Rosement Addition to City of, Nelson, Pt. Lot 304, Map 113B  McQuarrie & Robertson  . Lots I to 5 (less road allowance, block 1 ..  JVBcQuarrie & Robertson .���������...-. Lots 6 and 7 (less road allowance), block 1  McQuarrle & Robertson ���������. Lots 3 to6, block 2  ,   Lots 1 to 12, block 3   MScQuarrie & Robertson  l_oQuarrie & Robertson  McQuarrle & Ro-bertson  McQuarrle & Robertson  BCcQusrrie ���������; &: Ri>fee'rtsQn  McQuarrlei& Robertson  McQuarrie & Robertson  McQuarrie & Robertson  MeQuarrie & Robertson  McQuarrie & Robertson  McQuarrie ���������& Robertson  McQuarrie & Robertson  Porder, Mrs. -Mi 43.7...���������..  McQuarrie & Robertson -i_���������-   MfeQuarsie & Robertson--Jkk.���������...  McQuarrle & Robertson  McQua,rrie & Robertson  ^McQuarrle & Robertson  McQuarrie & Robertson.  McQuarrie & Robertson r  McQuarrie & Robertson :.���������:...���������...  McQuarrie & Robertson ..-.������������������...  McQuarrie & Robertson;......:..v.;.5.  McQuarrie & Robertson tU������.......~..  McQuarrle & Robertson���������............  McQuarrle _& Robertson <-^........^.,  McQuarrle." & Robertson.-...������������������  McQuarrle & Robertson A-   *m*.m.+.m*m.mmm<������m. + .  ������������������Lots 1 to 12, block 4 .���������.i.:..  ........Lots 1 to 6, ibLock 5 Z  .���������...Lots 1 to 1% .block 6 .���������-.-   .���������.���������_, Lots 1 to 24, block 7 .���������   ���������^Lots.l to 24, block 8 ".   ���������....Lots 1 to 24, block 9 ���������....   ..Lots* I to 24, block 10   ........ Lots 1 to 9, block 11...,  :.......Lots 1 to 6, block 12 __���������.i^...���������...  ^..^.Lots 9 to _3, block 12 ....^y.^.;...  .........Lots 10, 12 and 13, block 137..  Lots 7, 8, 9^ block 14 ...........  Lots 1 to 4, 7, 8,17 to 20i Mock 15 Z.......kl  Lots 1 to 23, Mock 17 . ....���������k ... .���������^,.  48.73  9.94  65.71  45.3S  57.31  28.64  39.43  97.89  90.73  90.73  134.47  170.12  86.54  70;15  27.84  743.58  58.-71  80.95  ri  IBVp������������-*r������������ ���������***������������������*'  RosemoiTi"': Addn* to City of NelsoH Pt. Lot 304, Map 1  .. v 78.79  ..113.41  .. 135.69  .. 123.15  ..        95.52  59.71.  ..        85.97  85.96  ..        73.61  34.81  33.41  ,-        15.41  ...Lots 1 to 24, Mock 18 .............   L..Lots 1 to 30, block 19 ...... -..;:.������_..-_-,  ...Lots 1 to 31, block 20 ...,...^:...j.......  ...Lots 1 to 33, block 21 .. ....;....... .  . .Lots 1 to 17, 33 to 35, block 22 ..._....,  ..........Lot61 to 24, block 23 .. ....;-..... .;������.,  i..........Lots 1 to 24, block 24 ..............,..;-.:...,  ...........Lots 1 to 24 block 25 .......  .._....���������..Lots 1 to 24, block 26 ...........���������................ _,  ���������......._,Lots 1 to 7, block 27 ........................................  > ......Lots 1 to 7, block 29 .....................................  ...^.......j-^aiancO' hiock.ou .^..������......'..^.....������...j...........f........_.  ........... AU. block 32. except .23 acres owned by Nel-  ���������  ;       son Curling Rink Ltd    .������������������������-������������������������������������.���������.���������_������������������>������������������������������������������������*���������������<  3.00  Central Park 8. P. of 8. L. 19 and 20,   Lot 4598 and Pt. Lot 367, Map 850  Ford, Eli ........������������������::....>....,.Block 28, 14.08 acres ,  Croft,  S.   - .  : ....Block 31, 16.185 acres ...  Davey, G-, W. .. .���������, Blocks 43, 45, 11.80 acres  Chauvet, Mrs. T  ... ���������.. Block 52, 11.40 acres ......  12.00  15.20  22.00  11.60  Columbia Gardens 8. D. Lot 205   205A, 205B, Map 800  Beacon, Bllzabeth P.  Block B, 5A, 18.35 acres, 14.81 acres ���������  133.96  McDowall, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. .  Block 200, 16.09. acres  .;..- 86.36  Kniseley, J. C ;... ....."Block   210   save   and   except   parcel   "A'*  thereof, 5 acres    15.07  West Kootenay Land Co.  .'.  ...Lotl2, block 4, Sayward townside, .07 acres 8.00  ^  2.64  8.34  4.84  2.46  29.18  18.80  3.80  1.76  Castlegar Townslde 8. D. of Pt. Lot .181  Mahon, J. P. CEJBtate) ..... ..��������� Lots 1 to 6, save and except R.W.  W. Rly. Co,, block 13   CEstate)   . r Lot 6, block 13     CHJstate)  Lots 9 to 19. block 13  ...  (Estate)   Lots 1 to 20, block 15  ;:   (Estate) ., . Lots 1 to 20, block 17 ....;...���������.......  and Pt. Lot 4698, Map 650  of C. and  Mahon,  Mahon,  Mahon,  Mahon,  J.  J.  J.  J.  P.  P.  P.  P.  7.70  4.77  14.76  21:84  24.90  THIS 18 OF VITAL iNTEHEST TO YOU. Join  rhe Fernie and District Fifteen Hundred Club and  protect your family. No -medical examination. No  profit-. No .sharehok3era. Perstfuns of either aox  may become members. Membership Foe, $5.00;  rtFHl i^e.00 annum! rh^a  -      -^      .fm.  ��������� w f, ry,4T4     *%    .    ��������� ,. , t..��������� _     ,jnir������ v?���������**V*f\Hr  Mahon,.  Malion,  Mahon,  Mahon,  Mahon,  Mahon,  Mahon,  Mahon,  Mahon,  JWuhow, ���������$.  Mahon, Jf.  Mahon, J.  Mahon," Jf.  Mahon, J.  ���������r. p.  j. bv  j. p.  j. p.  j. p.  j. p.  j. p.  X P.  jr. p.  p.  p.  p.  p.  p.  Cnetlcgar Townslte 8. D| of Pt, Lot 181,  (Estate) .^,..i.....................Lqts 1 to 19, blook 19    (Estate) ...^..^...-.^...^.....-Lbtflt 1 to 19, "block 21  ...  (Estate) . ;.......-.-.. ..Lots 1 to 20, block 23   (Estate)  .Lotsl to 20, block 25    (Estate) Lots 1 to 19, block 27   (Estate) .'.Lots 1 to 10, block 29    (Estate) Lots 1 to 20, blook 81   (Estate)  ;........ Lots 1 to 20, tilook 8J1    (Estate)  Lots 1 to 19* 'block 85    ((EJatafco)  Lots 1 to 3, block 37    (Estate)  ...._. Lots 1 to 20, block 89   (Estate)   ; Lota 1* to 20, block 41   (Estate)   Lots 1 to 20, block 48    (Estate)  Lots 1 to 20, block 45    and Part Lot 4598, Map 650  23.64  23.64  24.80  24.91  23.-5-1  23.64  24.91  24.00  23.64  ij.i-rt  24.90  24.84  24.85  24.86  CreatonJTowneitc In Lot 625, Plan .008  12.75  12.76  61.47  21.20  12.75        21.20  12.75        21.20  12.44  2.50  14.60  11.76  14.76  7.88  10.28  25.5-3  23.52  23.52  35.26  44.10  22.19  17.62  7.30  11.88  13.01  22.53  20.50  29.39  35.02  '31.88  24.61  _5,oa  22.15  22.13  19.02  8.76  : 8^6  '4.2S  7 .48  1.67  1.05  8.46  6.19  6.20  Meckel, Geo Lota 5, 6, blocks 8, 4   7.      182.47  _radiy, Jf.  Grady, J.  Hrttflp.!*!,  J Lot 17, block 21        48.74  J W. Pt. lot IB to 20 (GO' -k ������.0'), block iii      150.-SO  Sam ...Central portlo*h lots 18 to 20, block 21      M6.02  Oraily, X. J Lata 7 to 10, block 28  WIIbow, AHon Lot 5������Jblock.29 ,   ftvwttl],  O,  B LotB, block 20 .7..   MoMilleiw, 8. A. ��������� ��������� Loto 0 to ti, block 37 ....  Wile**,, Mra. Annlo ...Lota 7 to 11, block 40 ....  WIIob. Jesse  ��������� ..........Lots 12 to IS, block 49 ....  esharooK, 'Mrs. Ollce  Lot 64, felock "W' .......  Romano,  Chaw , Lots ISA and 16A, block  ^TC-fZ. 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L ^.^   W|apt^4,.,?, a( 0  ....Wi������fe,wiociyifii.ia-.bS ^jpesr'K..r.r.v.\:u.,i::.fU. ���������  .....aS.fl...,...Bloclc- 87, -12.0(>-������orit*vaSMXuL^&!L^^^. ,  ���������_......���������mty������*-?:-45**7.&6 itit&tt *^b^^at;.*CJ2uLJ.-4r" ���������  *f'"i   j*-*-  ."Ti ."* e-iFl Do Ml,-4 -hfu: .t>'T, arv**,i"j ������!-.,.  Ii6~ 2������>,."MoD!b oMfl ftlocftn RIJg tirajit Cinds  ",'-.nr.":       , ��������� KO-rajt" O.rJPR rt.ni"io.*i o.vi-ilBh A   .....Lot **A" (Map 805), block 16, 0 acres ,'.   ���������"���������-ai* nrM ,rr .oso v .t*  t *a M,'"r������*'1 ">w  nodQ.ra G. D. of Lot C12, Mpgsa VaOG.orict 921  oca tjaM .r_r t'.i.i ,+"i .o .ri .������  ���������      Lot Bfi4t~Kaalo ������������d Slocan. Rly, Gr-mf; vL{������|i-lo,  IrO  White, Thomas  Whtai,.,!Robo^.i::  White,  Robert  _ ..irj", -SJ'?*"  Rutliertord, wm.  oif.r.i;      37.1*1  Lee, Rev, R. 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"\  '7^  [ContisiticcB on Pmgo C  "���������^.vi  '^mW^O^mwWmZZ!^  tmmitw  V  1 "'7  # ���������,������ |  ft*.  ..*  B^bE^/iA S*^#^* ^CStff Fl A CI? E  " i^_i������?cl-*iJ5*3ivj,r, iFOiirj' dealer  JV  a .^^.q.ijo.i. i^aii.t.. ������>a^!;wiwawytiiw^6M  fgjgiaaiiii^^  i  iWataH  ,-'.  "'   I  , tt.'tv  4*n- )������iw������a������*-t**������.Hiu(nA<������������!���������������  a*fct������*aia4i. HJ.    fif l.J^_t������. a     ������-i. JWaf    ) <Ka tH"    tM  Vjr' ������.  ���������v ty; -j :, '*  ..������������������',.,"., *\a A'*K''''A"'-'*kA>*''(">MA- *"  ', 'v.,,. vf./ ,*t".".7y'a.jv,7-.'f* y*-*'1-  WW LpssnsKss-sssasssHWB &&������������&.  w^KA^wm^^mMMmmwm^^^^^^^M^^m^^-  m<itkb:tA  *-"  IH������ CBBS1&&  BSTIBW  If*fx-������^'=-  ^5"fC.Pi-->  ���������fe*-*-;,^ -~ ���������-<-_. *v*  |*v*^'/-'- <"  -&,.*- r--->  5j>X^*; -  Local and Personal  IJl"        I-"   s_-       -  h_..ib-i>-  "-. ; Cowe Fozt Sai^b���������A few milch cows  y:dae jnst freshened.���������F.Sssith. Oreston^  r'A{, ,i>on*t   miss   "The  Ten   Command.  /^ements," showing at the Grand'tonight  and   Saturday.       It   is   the   greatest  picture ever filmed, and is showing at  75 and 60c.  ���������*>���������--������_.   ���������  ft*->���������';-- *  Jxsf     .  * ,-  fe,'-"���������*  ' The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid remind  of their buzaar and cafeteria tea at the  Parish Hail to morrow (Saturday)  afternoon at the Parish Hallfrom 3 to  *f.3Q. A sale of work and home cooking will he features of the affair.  live,**  j'-fC  ���������Tbe songs you like;   the songs that  are prominently featured on the  .programme      of     the    concert   and  musicaie at  the   old   schoolhouse   at  WjssaiSa! tonight,  at   which   a   good ���������  ' turnout of Cresten people is expected. ;  Auctioneer J. P. Rose had a great  day of it at the sale of*- the K. Kleist  -farm     stock,' implements,   furniture,  etc., at the  McCreath   barn on Saturday afternoon.   There was a big turn  out and good prices were obtained for  ���������most ��������� of the stuff.     Although  up to  -nine months credit could beTTad it is  stated that 00 per cent, of the sale  turnover was paid in cash.  The young people's work of the  United Church has been re organized  and will in future be styled the Young  People's Council, witb Miss Violet  Morrow as president, add   a   member.  " ship of 40. The immediate objective  of the council is to raise $100, which  they have pledges to turn in as their  share of the $250 assessed  on Creston  :, congregation on the 1925-26 budget.  Watch for our  Announcement'  Next Week.  Creston  HxM L ____������__ a.2l_~  IWmV&g: %-^S.t fl _-&"������'  0"* mf      a     1  LO.j  l_*T���������I-.  The Universal Flour  i  W      mTm\%mW^'tm*������S*  for  Bread-,  Cakes,   Puddings,  Pastry  We hay������ a full line of  far  w*  ram  aiso  Sugar, Salt, Nails  and Groceries  always in stock.  QUALITY and PRICE GUARANTEED.  This is your business;   support itI  Creston Valloy Co-Operative Assn.  CRESTON  ERICKSON  THE PRICE OF EGGS IS GOOD  and will be better  THE ONE ESSENTIAL FOR HIGH PRODUCTION ia the  ritfhi  kind of   Mash   and   Scratch Feed,  with Shell, Grit,  Charcoal, Epsom Salts, etc. *  THE OTHER ESSENTIAL is THE RIGHT KIND of HEN���������  Layers, not hoarders.     We supply the necessary high quality  feed;   the rest ie up to yon.  Flour, Feed, Sugar, Salt, Gas, Coal Oil, P3ow Shares, Barb Wire  Nelson Assessment District���������Continued from Page 5.  Nssse ef Person Assessed.  Short Description of Property  ell Taxes.  _  j._ j_  t_avauo,  Int. %r  Penalty* Expenses.   4*-,  *Merry & Anderson-  Thompson, Robert SI.  ,S. % sec. 33*320 acres  S.% sec. 34,  Temple, Geo. H.  ,  Shaw, - S.  S.W.% sec; 66, 160 acres : .. :....  i  Township 14, Lot 1237, Map x70  ���������Pt. assgd. No. 2,-sublot<69,143.&cres   Township 15, Lot 1837, Map xZ1 .  ,  PL  sublot  39, being  N.W."J4- see. 20,  93.00  80.00  40.00  20.79  28.80  28.80  11.68  18.75  18.76  18.75  2.82       18.75  160  acres  Township 16, Lot 1237, Map x72  .Sublot 3, 108.80 acres _._-  79.81        12.99 ^     13.75 , 100.00  91.60        15.25        1S.75     120.50  Gagg, Edward  Finlay, 3. M, ,  Beresford,. Leonard   Mankin Lumber & Pole Co.,   Nelson and Ft, Sheppard Land Grant,   Township 36, Lot 1238, Map x55.   W.% and S. % ot 3_"_."J������ sec. 2, being S.L. 37  399.3 acres  , J**".*^ of *5L"^ "o* 2".  .  30, 40 acres .������.  _?.)&. of S. W.  %,  80 acres ~ ....-���������  ^JCT JLat    imu>     Al   laalna.  o   r.  see. 9, being S.. I*. 32  ������"^p������  ,.W.W.54 of N.W.%, sec. 13,- 40 acres  8. W. -% of N. Wi %, sec. 13, 40 acK  W.-V& of S. W. %, sec. 13, 80 acres  N.B. %. sec. 22,160 acres  -13. % of S. 53. *&. sec. 22.- so acres   "-  Sec. 23, 640 acres  S.w. %of N. w. -J4, yen. 24, 40 acres  W. % of S. W. "ft., sec. 24, 80 acres  Being ; v SX.17 '  N. B, % of N. W. %, sec. 13, 40 acres  N. % of N. E. %, sec. 13, 80 acres.  ' Sublot 27, being sec. 14, 640 acres..  N. % of N. W~ 34, sec. 24, 80 acres  S. B. "4, of N. W. %, sec. 24, 40 acres.  E. % of S. W. %. aec. 24, 30 acres  S. B. *V4 sec. 24, 160 acres,  S. W. % of N. B. %, sec 24, 40 acres,  S. "������ of N. W. % of N. E. %, sec. 24,  20 acres .~~~~-.....������,:^-~-. . .......   *.*  89.87  19.66  13.75  123.28  *  6.00  .96  13.7S  20.71  13.00  1.92  13.76  27.67  884.86  169.20   25.75 1079.81  Erie Lumber Co.  "TW-fTC- rr*THfR?Tn*i-r^0-=-w  Township 37, Lot 1238  W. % of S. B. "S4, aec. 5, 80 acres  S._W��������� %, sec. 5,160 acres    -- "   ,  N. W. %��������� sec. 6,160 acres    '"  W. % of N. B. %, sec. 5, 80 acres  See. 6, 640'a$res     ,,_    . -  Sec. 7, 640 acres  N. Ms,-sec. 8, 320 acres  N. 1_ of S. %, sec. ,8,160. acres =- -  S. % of S.W. **������, sec. 8, 80 acres  S. W. % of S. B. *A, sec .8/40 acres  "N. %, sec. 9, 320 acres  N. % of S. V&, sec. 9,160 acres  N. "W. -������, see. 10, 160 acres  S. % of N. B. ">4> sec. 10, 30 acres  N. W. "14 of N. B. %, sec. 10, 40 acres  N. M of S. W. %, sec." 10, 80 acres  S. B. 34, sec. 10,160 acres  All being sublot 26 ;   1073.00      176.34        28.75    1277.09  ' Nelson and Ft. Sheppard' Rfy. Grant Land   Lot 1242, Tp. 17, Map jc.59.  Bmilson, Edward and Sarah ~: (Being 3. Tu 30 and 31) in Sec. 7, 1.01 and  z   1  acres  ���������   .InSec.28,38, 112.85 acres :- ������"  Rossland Kootenay Mining Co. ������������������  Havers, 'Felix G.  ~.~..~......  Mankin Lumber & Pole Co.  .Sublot 25, 1440 acres  Township 31, U&i2381   Sublot 3. 3163 acres   ,������m������������***At������������>t<������M>fi#im.mmmmm j  B. C. 8euthe!-n Land Grant Lot 43S2, map x39  Constable, Guy ..... ~. . . ~.M.S. B. % sublot 12, 40 acres ..., ......���������...~.���������  Thompson, Chris  <���������-.'Most easterly 90 acres of sublot 49; 90 acres  > * *  .   B. C. Southern Land Grant, Lot 4598, Map -1464  McGoneg-al,   B.    \ ."- Block 20, sublot 2 and 31,10.4-acres .���������  Newgard, Annie  . .Block 6 (map 793), sublot 21, 10 acres   "Wnltson, Mary B.  ........... ..~.. Block 9 (map 793), sublot 21, 10 acres   Becwar,   Elizabeth   ..-_ ...���������Block 16 (mop 793), sublot 21, 10 acres   ^Frejd, Mrs. D.  .-. . N. % of sublets 55, 56, 160 acres...   Todd, Dr. J. O  CMap~ x31) sublot 83, 320 acreb j .'.   Todd, Dr. J. O  (<Map._31), sublot 87, 816.51 acres :..-.  Todd, Dr. J. O , .  (-map x31), sublot 91, 215.81 acres   Collins, TH. P. ...u....:... L-...........S. % of S. B. % of sublot 90, 20 acres ���������  Columbia and Western Rly. Land Grant,  Lot 4598  Shaver, J. S. (% int.)-..; .- ... -Map. x34, sublot 1, 820 acres   Randall, Elizabeth (% int.)  ..........���������..Parcel "A"* ot sublot 2, 42.44 acres   Subdivision of PL Let 4698  Laurench,   John Bt. Ixit 4598, plan 5108,14 acres  McMeans,  L.  ... Sublot^68, 160 acres ..-.~........~......  "Perch, Lewis O., one-twentieth Inter .  eat,-Maurer and Wilde, se~enteen-  ���������   twentieths intere-it, Ireland, Geo.,  two-twentieths Interest ...^������.--..-.���������^Sublot 69, 998.60 acres .... ........  Taylor, B. B. and Younghusbnnd, S Block 1, sublot 70, 24 acres ........  ���������������**������������������������������������������ .wm* ���������*������������������ fm  22.62  64.05  406.85  4.93  .14.00  re&55  12.75  13.76  13.75  40.20  31.S0  486.15  J*"S:  2804,97  681-11  13:76  34S9=R3  i������  . 41.34  49.76  6.78  10.99  18.75  13.76  81.87  74.60  1464  43.07  &2.00  16^0  16.50  240.00  78.51  71.26,  48.75  70.74.  9.00  -4.85  2.65  2.65  38.40  -   12.64  11.40  7.80 -  16.51  18.75  13,75  18.-751  13.75  18.75  13.75  . 13.7"_r  18.75  / 18.751  c                      -  65^2  "    40.80  32.90  32.90  . 292.15  ���������  102.80  .96-40  70.30  100.00  216.80  49.45  49.65  11.63  13.75.  18.76  379.20  74.73  17.14  160.00  2.70  85.20  18.75  18.75  83.59  208.95  600.00  86.00  110.00  5.75  18.75  13.75  623.75  65.60  Subdivision of Sublot 7 of Lot 4698, W.K.D.,  ......^...Block 3, 3.89 acres  Map 1134  ������*������.������**���������������--���������<  Anderson, J. D   Anderson, J. D. ...........  Anderson, 3. D.���������................���������...v.���������....-Block 6, 6.43 acres��������� ...  Anderson, J. D.    ;......Block 12, 9.65 acres  ��������� *��������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������ -������������������������!���������*���������*  Anderson, J. D.  Anderson, J. D.  Anderson, J. D.  EJsllng, W. K. .,  <������������*,**<Mii'k*������������M������i  ���������������*#���������>������*���������������  .Block 13, 6.07 acres  Block 14, 5.45 acres .. .....   Block 16, 5.22 acres ...........   Block 16, 13.43 acres ....   ������������������_������������������������*_*��������������� m ���������������������������������*  ������������*���������*������������������������������������������������**���������*������������������������������������* J  <������*-���������**������ ���������������*���������*������������������������������������*���������*.*��������� ���������������������������**-(*f|-������*-**  ALFALFA  GOOD GRADE, at  S20.00 TON  HOjME GHOWN  ENQU1UK AT OPFICB.  Township 9A  .Pt. Sec. 22, 178.84 acres, being S. L. 177,  ^"jIU-JUI       AVv       -.������������������������������������������������������������������������������,>f,(,<_������<i,i(inrHa4������������**->**l*-il,t,������*i4������*i->*-i  .PL' Sec. 88, 8.90 acres, being S L. 88, plan  mwmmVmV   .   -i(--.-.������������*������**t(*kil������t������������������*������*������**a*B*.������B*-.<-p������������������������*^ai������������M#_������������M������������������������������������������**������*w������M**MW������i  .Sublet 14 in sees. 2, S, of plan x������0, tp. 29,  10.80 acres and S. L. 14 ot plan x<J2, poo.  84, tp. 9a, 1.71 acres ......,.:................. -  .Pt. of S. L. 142, which la the N. "M. of sec:  14 and 15, and pts. of the N. B. "14 of  N. B. *A of N. W. *������ sec. 16. tp. 9a and  ls said to contain 855.0 acres  Guest, wvi J. ���������������.������������������...������������������������.���������������������������������������������....������.������.������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������  Giant California Mining Co   Boohmler,  "Tohn G. (estate)   A  JHTackney,  S.  "f   Township 20. 8. D. of flee. 11, Map 124B  ���������Hondrlckeon, Algot & Alma  .Block 18, 44.80 acrofi  .........:.���������  S. O. of Pt. Let 181, Map eSO  Mahon, 3. V.  .Mat.) .... . ������ Block 43������, S.C&5 txccnu  ���������...���������.Z...ZZ  Mahon, 3. W. (Bst.) ......������~  Block 51, 8.078 acres ..-    C^ -_P������ __^.       .      ^���������*-^|       ^~*%.       -^Hr*"~^fc ^r���������_l -^���������r���������^^ ^r"*"*^  "H-Tii Tg*^k ______���������*^  fl���������w    /_sk  9k*Mwi     fl   w      H-^p fl   Ml   Bfs ~m~ H*"i. B~������s P*te������a  J m   m. Jr^mk. l**.... J"*   ~L.^_   JHL^.L-^^^JSL���������-^ ^.-JH J&-^m JL-������. 9^HAy  BOX IMA.T^XJSrA.O'VUMMM  Mahon, 3. P. (Bet.)  Mahon, J. P. (But.)  Mahon, J. F. (But.)  Mahon, 3. W. (Est.)  Mnhm-a,  .T, "fl*.   fB*������������"..>  Mahon, J. F. (Est.)  ��������� *������������������������*���������- ##*���������������*���������������*���������> #���������������������������������������  8. D. of PL Lot 181, Map 660  ..Block 65, 9.695 acres   ..Block 57, 9.B95 acres ..   ..Block 61, 0.478 acres    .Block 63, 4.883 acres  ._.  .Block 65, B.435 acroa    Block 67, 9,478 acres    48.29  6.98  6.98  6.98  6.98  10.23  10.28  1.82  1.82  1.82,  1.82  (    2.62-  19.76  18.75  18.76  18.75  1875  13.76  73.27  22.55  3������**6G  '22.E5  22,85  '26.60  45;oq  7,20  18.76  65.95  12,00  1.90  13.76  27.66  '*;     ������iiW.'.*  A.   .86 :y  18.75  19.86  260.00  65.00  18.76  818.76  16.00  8.50  18.75  88.26  71.03''  69.95  *-  li������.CC;  12.00  IS.7&  13.75  100.SC'  80.70  71.09  . 71.09  71.09  30.81  5.60  71.00  15,66  16.66  15.56  0.74  1.20  15.50  18.75  13.75  13.76  18.75  13.76  13.76  100.40  100.40  100.40  61.80  20.55  1Q0.-1O  I Continued <a������ P&i?o 7  '"���������>iAi'xtJ,\ y.yf.".:  ..C'V'U������'i*1"*'" -'*''  an, mmmmtJi  **���������*  mmmm  mumti&HBimiim.  mummmm  mm TH2S '-CJ&S-l^B-r JUS-VX-Tir  Local and Personal  Pianos For Saxte _������wb of them;  one a.piayei.���������H.S.McCreath,Oreston.  Mr. aiafl Mrs. IC-sieisV left by auto  on Monday, for <Luird, Sask;, ivhefe  they,.^v-HI make their home for the  next couple of years, he having piii-  chused a billiard hall in that town.  The Kleist ranch will be handled by  his father, who bas moved onto the  place.  *���������        t  At the convention ��������� of the Labor  partyyat TLpthbridge, Alberta; one  tisghtT^st week the njiiue of "A. Llnd-  .ley, formerly "of Creston.' w-ia one of  fbiirput forward to ^carry*the Labor,  banner ia a provincial, bye ejection to  be held in. that city any time before  the-legislature opens early an 1926.   *"���������*  A conference of.' Sunday school  work.e_.i_j And aii interested is announced for 2.30 p.m. in the United Church,  Oreston. Wednesday, December 2nd,  to be followed "in" the evening by a  young people's -roily- at- whish the.  speakers will be Rev. A. E. Me* ean  and Miss Fountain, Seld secretaries of  the Religious' Educational Council of  B.C.  Mrs. H. L. Crosthwait, who left on  Saturday for  Montreal, was gueat of  O Tne manager of the Grand specially  incites the children to see "The Ten  Commandmente," showing to-nignt  and Saturday���������evenings aniy.  behalf of the Guild, of-which tbefeuest  is president, presented Mrs, Crosthwait* with a tva cloth as remembrance  and in recognition of services rendered  over a period of ten yearw. The  recipient very appropriately thanked  the ladies for their gift and assured  tbiit ������he wonid-aiway&cherish a kindly  memory of her associations personally  and a iiipniher of the organization.  Nelson As sessmeiiriDistrict���������Continued from Page 6.  Name  of "Person Assessed.  Short ^Description of Property  Arrears of   lint. &   Costa &   Total  ail Taxes.    Penalty. Expenses.  WATER NQTiCtB  USE AND STORAGE  honor ar a tea at the home of Mrs. C.-J 5i9i OiflecMjms to the application may-Be filed  witE.. the said vV ater Recorder  or -mtb  the  Moore on Friday at which the Christ  Church LadieH* Qui Id were hostesses.  Tbe afternoon was Riven ovejr to  "informal sociability and just . before  lunch   was   served    Mrs. Murrell,   on  Take notice that Charles Orin Rodgers,whose  address is Creston, B.C., will apply lor a license  to take and use 3 acre feet of -water out of Arrow  Creek, which -Sows southerly and drains into  Goat River about three-cuarters of a mile north  of the south boundary cf Sub-"Lot 9, "Lot 6S32.  The storage dam will be located at about 100  feet south ot Arrow Creek bridge. The capacity  of the reservoir to be erected is about 3 acre  feet and wfll flood about one-half acre of land.  The water wiH be^ diverted frem. the stream at  a point ubout I0G wot northerly firou* -axra-w-  Creek bridge and will be used for industrial  purposes on the land described as Sub-Lot 9, of  un 46M2, G.1, K.D. This notice was posted on.  the ground on the- 23rd of November. 1925.. A  copy of this notice and an application pursuant  thereto and to tbe Water Act, 1914. will be filed  in the-ofBce of the Water Recorder at Nelson  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, "Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after  the first appearance of this notice in a local  newspaper.  C. O. RODGERS, Applicant  ByG.-A^M. yOUNG, Agent.  The date of tbe first publication ot this notice is  27th November, 1925.  for  I will be in the former Oo-Operative Building     k  ERICKSON, on FRIDAY and SATURDAY  NOV. 27th and 28th, with a choice selection of  Linen,    Jewellery,      Brass   Goods  s Lacquer  Come and inspect these g^oods.    The prices are* right.  C._^. HE  Tne Out Co-Upm  ERICKSON  4  i  4  4  4  4  4  4  ristmas  Chocolates  Stationery  Toys  China  Fancy Goods  Boohs  250 new BOOKS to choose from���������latest Fiction.  .'--���������   .      ' - ��������� .- /,'��������������������������� i-  Magazine Subscriptions make ideal Presents.  "'������������������'���������,   Xet us aid you.  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  GEO. EC. KELLY  tsva  -ag,'gj*'-i  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  MF AT  MFRCHANTS  IVm*-*-****.  Jt LWm\.MZ������mVm,\m*X\Am\mf^L\   1 ij  Mahon, J."F. (Est.),  Mahon, J,..I*. (Est.)  Mahon, X F. (Eat.)  Mahon, X P. (Est.)  Mahon, J. F. (Eat.)  Paschkinski, Antonio ���������k  Jon������a, *W. Et.'...........���������...~.......  Tierney, W. P; k.   .Block 6&, 9.478 acres .*:. .   .Block 7lr 7.744 acres .. .-.  .Block 73, 2.101 acres ~   .Block 75, -.444 acres  .Blocf-  ick 77, .672 acres  71.10  15.55  13.75  100.40  .4.76  12.04  1S.7S  80.55  14.23  3.12  13.75  31.10  23.03  5.01  13.75  __S&  6.85  1.25  13.75  20.85  Crown Grants, Lot 251, Map 973  .���������Block. 6, 0.92 acres   Crown Grants, Let 304, Map 123?  ���������Block 231, 1.711 acres   54.00  11.90        13.75       79.65  ���������Lot 237, plan 760 .843.acres, save and except  thereout parcels "A"* and *'B"\   Lot 306  Byers, Mrs. H..  ii  Byers, Mrs. (% interest)  Appleton .Bros.  .   Byers, Mrs. H.   ���������All of sublot a except Jands   shown   subdivided on plan -731*- and parcels '_",  "B",  and  "C"  of -safd  sublot,  189.32  acres    :..  J.1 "Ms int. lot 3 of sublots 3 and 4, map 731A  210.4 acres  ���������AND���������  Pt. assgd. "A" of suMot 3 and pt. assgd.  "A** of sublot 4, map 731, 63.36 acres ~  ���������P������. suKlct 4 assgd. lettei- "a", 36.04 acres  ������_tPt blk. "B'������ of sublot 12 as shown on* map  attached to deed 13509, 1.62 acres   . % Int. sublot 13,17 acres ...  Strome, Edward A.  Coghill, John  .'���������   Monaghan, M. C. et al  Hinton, R. W.    Orde, E. D. .   Lot 309   Blk. 1 of sublot "D" of sublot 1, plan 1292  5..acres . ,    ....Block 6, lot 914, 17.69 acres  ..   Lots 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, lot 3266, plan 1271,    ..j. Pt.-lot 3206,'.parcel No. 1, .60 acres .'.   .��������� Lot 3877 and .3878, 320 acres    Lot 5079/  Bachynski, "Mike' Block 3, map 855, 18.50 acres   Corriveau, Alfredina  Block 7, map 855, 13.57 acres   S. D. of Block "D" of Lot 5547, Map 753A  Doern, John  Block 2, .55 acres ...... :   50.74  11.76  12.75  75.25  .. 15.23  2.67  12^75  30.65  -423.83  93.07  "a  13.75  630.65  5*35.50  112.92  39.40  18.13  t  13.75  13.75  ������>Ba _ee  144.80  7.44    '  ^79.99  "U6���������  12.86  12.75  ,13.75  106.60  47.08  33.00  -.55.33  6.00   .  386.83  10.37  5.30  7.07  .95  84.77  12.75  13.75  13.75  12.75  13.75  70.20  52.05  77.05  19.70  485.35  158.27  . 25.42  34.63  4.03   -  13.75  13.75  206.65  43*20  10:87  Bubdiv. of Block 1, of sublot 10, lot 5817, map 878  Manitoba & Western Canada J_and Co.BIock 6,- .35 acres  z^j. '.   Manitoba & "Western -Canada "Land CcBlock 7, .29 acres '.-.���������; .   Nelson, John  . Block 8, .50 acres ., Z ,.....!.   Manitoba & "Western Canada Land Co.BIock 10, .50 acres .-.���������>._   Manitoba & "Western Canada Land Co^Block 11, .50 acres ~^.s....I   Doern, John  ._. ;���������Block 13 to 17, and 21, 2.50 acres s   Lcepky; Bernard tu  '. ...^Block 22, .50 acre's _-. ^-.'. .'.-:   Loepky, Bernard H.  iBEock 23, .60 acres .. ~. ;   5.44  5.43  7.50  8.12  -- 8.12  50.12  A 6.83  5.82  S. O. of 8. X. 10, 18 and 37, Lot 5817 and 8069, Map 824  Loepky, Bernard H.  . Parcel "A" of Block 3, 32.07 acres ;"     80.14  Manitoba & "Western Canada Land Co.BIock 7, 49.07 acres ���������     160.78  Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co.BIock 8> 69.06 acres ������...     214.34  Doern, John - , Block 11, 50 acres ."- -1-  - 160.78  Doern, John ,..���������. Z. , ....Block 13, 68.75 acres : r    214.34  2.43  1.21  -JL22  1.20  1.83  1.83  11.18  1.02  1.03  13.01  35.52  47.36  35.52  47.36  Subdiv. of Sublots 10,18 and 37 of Lot 5817  and Lot 8069, Map 824  Oleksnife.   Jacoits"   Annable, Q. _������, & Co.  *Annable, G.J&- 6V.C0.  Anderson^ Frank ���������:.  ���������Williamson,  James  Baker, Alfred Henry  Delbridge, Lottie M.  ���������Block 14, 45.84 acres B *._i.~ '     iI2."_r_  .:_Pt lot 6058, 23.92 acres ,. ~���������ZZ.-H  206.45  -PL lot 6058. 7.28 asres .��������������� Is���������^ -. .-   ", SS^O   PL lot 6301, 71 Wres ���������-.-'. .���������~        71.40  Crown Grants   :Block 10, lot "6305, Map 791,10 acres k.        38.21  ...... Rem. lot  6976,   save and   except  thereout-  parcel "A", 75.92 acres        30.00   73 acres ot sublot 5, lof7159 as delineated  "**   in sketch map No.  22976-a, map -s37,  '    73  acrear  .      r 69.00   Remainder assgd. letter  "A"  of  sublot  5,   .  lot 7159, map x37, 150.97 acres      141.00  Crown-*Grahts, Lot 7159 '���������'''-��������� k^  ISJi4  45.65  13.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  15140        13.75  Sprinthall, Mrs7Jessie���������^.~...~.���������L.....N. % of N. E. % of N, E. % sublot 149,  Roberts, Ann Wood ...���������... ~..���������N. "W. % of S. "W. %, *mbtot.'1^9������''^acre8  Crown Grants  Mitchell, Jas. A.  <������������>������p������W������������������������l-<l������ll������*M*iW>l-������M������-i*M������J  Blocks 13 to 20, lot 7674, map 1096. 105.37  r������Wj������V ��������� t-.-*--- Lot 7738, 160 acres    Baker, Ray P. ..���������....... .......���������-Lot 8067, 160 acres  ;...  Bell, G. D. & R, B. ......���������...........���������...Lot 8231, 317 acres   Stevens* Win  . Pt. lot 8370, 5.46 acres .,  Kootenay Explosives Ltd -. ������������������Pt. lot 8370, 10.12 acres  Madore, J. H. ,���������;_...........:  ,.���������......Lot 8634, 1G0 acres    Henry, W. S. & Cook, O. D Lot 8635, 120 acres  Mldgeley, Thos. & Steel, Lester .���������...]U>t 8781, 240 ac-res ..... .*.-���������  Scanlan, T. J .....) . Lot 8972, 160 acres .... ....  Nyssman, Elias*' ��������� Block 4, lot 9403, map 986, 20 acres . ......  Doern, John ....���������. *.... ��������� S.  L.  18, lot 2,  blk.  16,  snap  1506,  being  part ipt 5817, 2.5 acres .   Mitchell, C. R T . **. B. % sec. 8, plan 780, lot 812,160 acres ~  Doom, John .... JL���������  .���������Lot 1 (all In blk. 12), 13.15 acres  Lois 2 nntl 3, Plun 1504, in Lota  ���������      6> 17 and 8069   *������������������ mww* t ������������������������ m m ������ *���������  -ZU.UU  40,00  47.70  96.00  160.00  120.00  8.64  57.60  110.00  90.00  75.84  37,93  58.03  B.S9  510.40.  8.24  .6.60  16.10  32.90  4.40  8.80  7.6E  2L10  35.20  26.40  "L46  12.70  26.00  14.40  20.11  10.08  13.52  .91  130.60  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.76  18.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  18.75  13.75  13.75.  13.76  13.75  12.76  12.76  -   .62.99  "'        Columbia Gardens Subdiv. of Lots 208, 205A,   and 205B, Mao BOO  Hunter, T. F. (Est.)  .������ .......Block 17A and 17B, 26.'83 acres ���������       38.67  Bishop, Luther P   Block 21  (excepting lot 12 block 4)  15.88  / O-OrOfl      ���������k������������M������������M������������������.f*.**H..������������.<-i    *mmmmm+mm++*,m*mmmmmmmmmm~++mm* v9������33  9.47        19.76  9.38  16.72  Pruitvale S. D. In Tps. 11a and IS a of Lot    1236, Map 785  JTR.Y OUK|  bhAtoROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, en ay to nerve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON anamLARD  CLENBALE CRmEARSERY BUTTER  Uovt'itunont pjrucled. highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEE*, PQRK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BtrRNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  Sklttl-I-HMO-M   ������'*>*-   jr.l^.rloa.t'^n    -"tTlt*   r****"5*"-*-"   -"-tlCr pwUlL^.       Mliy   i,|������-  OHHf.        HI  B 8  Greenwood, Jas. Y. (et ol)  Block 80, map 786 a, 9.48 aoroo'..  Wells,  OT O. , .. ������. ..........Rlft'-I. HR. ft iK-r*--- _.     Fruitvale Ltd. .* .  Block 160, 6 acres . ...............   Fruitvale Ltd. '. ������   Block 161, 5 acros   Fruitvale Ltd Block' 810, map 785D, 10 acres   Jarrett, Chas, H.  ...Block 317, map 785D, 10 acres   ��������� Lot 9BB-5, K������ V. Lands  Jefferson, Albert B ..���������...������ Block IB, C &., 10.10 acree  5L35  1R4*!  16.76  1������.79  96.22  62.97  12.62  Rodoertt Subdiv. of Lot 812, rnapa 73(00 en_>������?  h  Oilbert, W. B  All block 181, 9.18 acres         ������B.aa  "Dutm, "DnvW. R -".. Ft asss--"!. "lollor '"A", Wocik 17 and parcel  MA" of block 18, lot 891 K. amd _. Rly.  ������ ������,     .  ������_       .   '��������� - ffmnt la������<30, 10.60 acroa .., _.     186^8  Colllfl, Arthur A, J,   Block 11 nnd blka. 101, 103, 103, lot 9554,  6.46 acree, 96.63 ncroo. 9.05 acres, 9.96 acnoa   498.93  Columbia and Western Rly. Land Grant Lot 4608  " (outuido Trail  Carlson, C. W. D. .��������� All S. L. 6, acogd. lettor "*A'  _ *.   City) 67.00 acres   Potorson  & WUlIamiton   "Ji   interest  and ."otoraon, ������nm, % interest ...Sublot 61, 66.46 acrca   90.00  101.63  12.20  2.87  2.28  23.43  15.03  2.18  I4.*fl  24.02  116.13  20.70  13.75  18.75  13.76  13 75  13.76  13.75  13.76  13.75  13.7S  XS.7B  13.76  18.76  26.05  19.40  19.40  21.45  22.70  22.70  74.05  20.60  19.60  106.90  210.05  275.45  210.05  275.45  144.73  . 265.85  4^.'<o  109^5  60.20  50.35  88.85  187.65  38.16  62.65  69.10  130.85  208.95  160.15  23.75  84.05  149.76  118.15  109.70  61.76  85.30  20.05  664.75  92.15  61.75  99.80  77.30  38.40  SS.-iO  183.40  31.75  28.45  13.75  23.73        18.76  ]Cc*u*.si������iu*xl 011 Page  178.05  623.80  121.46  139.10  10. THE   BBYIBWa   SBESTOH,   B.    C. _  >  James Oliver Cutwgdc!  '^dgSfiBSfr.  A LOVE EPiqOT THETAB  Copyright, 1917. "by Doubleday,   Page   &   Co. ^  "BAREE. SON OF KAZAN," a Vitagraph Picture, With Wolf, the War Dog.  is" an Adaptation of This Story  SYNOPSIS  Hidden beneath a huge rock, Baree,  the untamed wolf-dog. was terrified to  see Pierrot, die half-breed trapper,  shoot and kill Wayakoo, the black  bear. This was slaughter, but for the  two human creatures it waa the* business of life. Nepeese went after  Baree and tried to entice him from his  hiding place. For the first time the  dog had a name. It was the Indian  princess who called him Baree.  looked back, it was to see if Nepeese  was following. He Would not have  run hard from her���������alone. Her eyes  and voice and hands had set something stirring in him; he was filled  with a greater yearning and a greater  loneliness now���������-and that night he  dreamed, troubled dreams.  Baree was glad when the dawn came.  xxe   uiu  aul     auv.*,  T\TS ."     ���������.������*-  vent  7  INECT������ RAIPro  The   world's ".beat   hair   tint.  "Will  restore  gray  hair to  its _  natural   color  in'15   minutes.  Small    Size  $3.30   by  mall  Double Sire $5.50   by  mall  ThS ������������   T    Baiti-tor   Ctnroc   BIniltP.l)  I 8IW      *���������������������������      me      Ji   VlllfiOH        VIMIWV       _aa_>-i.-WW*S  Phone M. 2274-r������        129 Yonge St.  / TORONTO,  ONTARIO   tiuio-cs.  Use  ^  jfrngusa  CHAPTER VHI.���������Continued.  In   that    moment   Nepeese felt the  pressure of the rock on her shoulder,  and into the eyes that liad been glowing softly at-Baree there shot a sudden wild look of hoiTGi".      And then  there came from her lips a cry that  was not  like any other sound  Baree  had   ever  heard  in  the  wilderness���������  wild, piercing, filled with agonized fear.  Pierrot did not hear' that    first    cry.  But he heard the second and the third  ���������and then scream after scream as the  Willow's    tender    body    was    slowly  crushed under the settling mass.      He  ran  toward It  with  the   speed  of the *  wind.       The  cries  were   weaker���������dying away.      He saw Baree as he came  out from under the rock and-ran into  the chasm, and in the same instant he  saw a part of the Willow's dress and  her moecaslned feet.     The rest of her  was hidden under the death trap. Like \  a   madman   Pierrot     began     digging.  When a  few moments  later lie drew  Nepeese  out  from under  the boulder  she was white and deathly still.    Her  eyes were closed.      His    hand , could  not    f-eel    that    she was living, and a  great moan of anguish rose out of his  soul.      But he knew how to.fight for  a life.     .He tore open her dress, and  found that she was not crushed as he  had feared.      Then he ran for water.  When he. returned, the Willow's eyes  were open  and  she was gasping for  breath.   *-s    .- -  "The blessed saints be praised!"  sobbed Pierrot, falling on his knees  at her side.      "Nepeese, ma Nepeese!"  down to the pond. There was little-  hope and anticipation in his manner  now. He remembered that, as; plainly as animal ways' could talk. Umisk  and his playmates had told liim the>  wanted nothing to -do with him. And  yet the fact that they' were there took'  away from his loneliness. It was  more than loneliness. The wolf in  him was submerged. The dog. was  master. _-  7.    >  "The    blessed   saints   be    pcaised!'-  sobbed Pierrot, falling on his knees at  1 her^side."  CHAPTER  IX.  Impelled by the wild alarm of the  Willow's terrible cries and the sight  of Pierrot dashing madly toward him  from the dead body of Wakayoo,  Baree did not stop running until it  seemed as though his lungs could not  draw another- breath. When he,, stopped, he was well out of the canyon ;md  headed for -the heaver pond. :  Exactly wherein lay Baree's fears it  would b������- ditlicult to say���������-but surely it  was noi bs-t-au^e of Nepeese. The  Willow had chased him hard. She  had flung herself upon hliu. Hi- had  ������t-lt ihe clutch of her hands and tho,  smother of her soft hair, and yet ot  her he was not afraid! I!' lie slopped   now   and   then,  in   hi.s   flight   and  PAINS IH LEFT  SIDEANDBAOK  Other Troubles Women Often Have  Relieved by Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  flooded fully fifty yards of the low  ground on which they were working.  The main, dam-held a fascination for  Baree. lt was strong with the smell  of beaver. The top of it was high and  dry, and there were dosens of smoaJ.h-  ly worn little hollows in which the  beavers had taken their sun-baths. In  one of these hollows Baree stretched  himself out, with his eyes on the pond,  Not a ripple_ stirred its velvety  smoothness. Not a sound broke the  drowsy-stilLiess of the afternoon-;- The  headers might have been dead or  asleep, for all the stir they made. And  yet they knew that Baree was on the  dam. Where he lay/the sun .fell in  a warm flood, and it was so comfortable that after a time he had difficulty  in keeping his eyes open to watch the  pond.      Then he fell asleep.  Just how. Beaver-tooth" sensed this  fact is a mystery. Five minutes later he came up quietly, without a splash  or a sound. _^ within fifty yards of  Baree. For a few moments he scarcely moved in the water. Then he  swam very slowly parallel '/with the  dam across the pond. At the other  side he drew himself ashore, and for  another minute; sat as motionless as a  stone, with his ..eyes on that part ot.  thevdam where Baree was lying.  A few yards away Baree was almost  hidden'in his hollow, only the top of  his shiny black body appearing to  Beaver-tooth's, scrutiny. . Toy get a  better look, the old heaver spread his  flat tail out beyond him and rose to a  sitting posture on his hind-quarters,  his two front paws held- squirrel-like  over his breast. In this.pose he was  fully three feet tall. lie -probably  weighed forty pounds, and ih some  ways he., resembled one of those fat,  good-natured, silly-looking dogs that  go largely to stomach. But his brain  was 'working with amazing ' celerity.  Suddenly he gave the hard mud of the  dam a single slap with his tail���������and  Baree sat up. Instantly ���������he saw-  Beaver-tooth, - and stared. Beaver-  tooth stared. For a full half-minute  I neither moved th*' thousandth part of  ! an inch. Then Baree stood un and  wagged his tail.  That was enough.      Dropping to his-!  At World Meeting  t   **" -������������������������������������������������������ ������������������  -Chosen . As Official 'Language at  Congress in Helsingfors, Finland  Although nearly every country in  the world was represented at the fifth  congress of the International-Council  of Nurses, held in liel.singi'ors, Finland, in Julj-, English was chosen as  the official language. Miss Beatrice  Ellis, superintendent of nurses at the  Torohto Western Hospital, and the  assistant superintendent. Miss Ida Mc;  Afee, who attended the congress, Referred to the remarkable fluency of  the majority of the delegates in English as well as other languages. China's  representative was able to present her  EYERY  reports and suggestions in excellent  English, but the charming Japanese  official delegate htu" to use an Interpreter. ^^  Finnish nurses during the year preceding the congress gave up many of  their leisure hours to the study of  English in Order tli^t they might be  properly; equipped for an international,  convention.- Miss; Ellis praised highly the committee .responsible foi*, all  the arrangement of the congress-week,  and declared .that she was much im- \  pressed, "with the wohderful or^aniza  tion of the Finnish nurses.  Canada's delegates occupied an important place* on the programme, and  the exhibits of books, slides and equipment from the Dominion, in the Opinion of Miss Ellis, wTere second to none.  In matters ot" nurses' training schools,  hospital administration and public  health work also, Canada was well to  the forefront. Miss Jean Browne,  president of the Canadian-Nurses' Association, who had the honor-: of welcoming France, into the council, referred to the fact., that nursing was  first introduced into Canada.by French  women. 7  Five new.^countries were accepted  Into the couaqil, and China was decided upon as the meeting place in 1929.  Of the 1,049 delegates registered, J32  'were froth Canada.  zmHMk  EMVOR  7t^STSf  Probably one  reason for the  popularity of  WRIGLEY*S is that it but*  bo -lone and returns such.  great dividends fo? ������b Bmall  an outlay. * It keeps teeth,  clean, breath ������wcet, appetite  keen* digesidon good.'      y  _ Freeh   and   full-flavored  always ~ in   its  wax-wrapped  package*  Spaniard-!ntroduced Grape Fruit  Ponce  de Leon,   the  Spaniard  who  .discovered Florida while    in .,   search  of the fountain of youth, is  credited  with  having brought  the"'.first" grape...  fruit^to, this country.      For 300 years.  the frnit was not cultivated.  Russian Refugees  in  In one of the larger canals Baree  surprised a felg beaver, lowing a  four-foot cutting of birch as thick  through as a man's leg���������half "*������a  dozen breakfasts and dinners''and  suppers in that one cargo. The four j  or five inner barks of the birch are  what might be called the bread and  butter and potatoes of the beaver j  menu, %while��������� the more highly priced  barks of the willow and young alder  take the place of meat and pie.  Baree sm.ellcd curiously of the birch j lor(,.,-ta,>t, Boaver-tooth waddled ,lei-  cutling after the old beaver had j sun,i5- to the edge of the dam and div-  abandoned it in flight, and then went j ed   over.       He   was   neither   cautious  Party   From the Orient Wiii  Settle  B.CI and Alberta  k The steamship Empress of Asia  docked at "Vancouver recently from the  Orient, bringing . 13.2 Russians, followers bf the late Czar, and refugees  from the Bolsheviki, who fled to Japan  and China. As in the case of 'previous arrivals, the Russians will settle  on farms in, Alberta and-Eastern British Columbia. *  ..The par:/ includes physicians,  scientists, soldiers, teachers, farmers  and skilled mechanics.       ;,..,.  MANY MOTHERS -  RECOMMEND THEM  Baby's Own Tablets Arc^ Fine For  Nervous, Sleepless Children  From   Canadar'ythe   fame   of  Baby's  Own Tablets is    spreading    over   the  /world.      Mothers recommend them to  other mothers and wherever they are  tried nothing but words of praise are  heard for these^pleasant tasting littlo  tablets that promptly relieve the the  minor ailments of young children.  '-Baby's Own TabletSs^are one of the  best remedies for children's ailments  I have ever used," says Mrs. Arthur  T. Allen, of Auburn, *"-*fe_ *My little  girl was, nervous and could not sleep.  I tried tiie tablets and she-was i-ellev-.  ed'at once. She was also troubled  with constipation and nothing seemed  to help her. I had used the tablets'  but a short time before her bowels  ���������were regular. ��������� All mothers should  keep. Baby's Own Tablets in the house  for they are a valuable;remedy.'*  Baby's O vn Tablets are sold by alii  druggists or will be mailed on-receipt  of price, 25" cents per bos. by'Tbe Dr.'  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville*  Ont.. A little booklet. -"Care of the  Baby in Health and Sickness,'*, will be  sent free to .iny mother on request.    -  A fountain pen is more "apt"-'to1'leak   '  when it is almosv empty because ihe-  heat of the hand causes tlte air inside  to expand, tending to force out the Ink.  on.  now  He did .not try to hide himself i nor  and at least, half a dozen heavers  in   vory   great   haste   now.       He  j made a" great commotion In the water  I had a good look at him before he came  j to the point where the pond narrow-  i ed clown to the width of the stream,  j almost half a mile from the dam.'Then  i Im wandered back. All that, morning  he hovered about the pond, Showed  ; himself openly.  j     In   iheir big  mud-and-stick  slrong-  | holds  the   beavers'*, held   a   council   of  war.      They wore distinctly puzzled.  '     It may bo thai, the beavers discuss-  ,.��������� i'-d the mat tor fully among themselves.  ' Tt.    is    possible    Ihat. * Umisk and his  playmates  told   their  parents of their  adventures, and of how Baree made no  move   to   harm   Ihom   when  he   couldl . _  ills! New Channel  Plane  and swam boldly back and forth under Baree. When he had done this  several limes, he cut straight up the  pond to the largest of the three houses  and disappeared. Five minutes after  Beaver-tooth's exploit, word was passing quickly among tho colony. The  stranger���������-B-.tren���������was not: a lynx, lie  was not a fox. Ho, was not a wolf.  Moreover, ie was very young���������and  harmless.  (To be continued)  Minard's LHiment used by physicians  ' Lachine, Quebec.---"! took Lydia E.  Pink ham 'a Vegetable Compound because  j* Kufferc'l with pains in iny left side and  Dfirk, and with weakness and other  trouble.*- women r.o often have. I was  this way about six months. I saw the  Vegetable Compound advertised in the  'Montreal .Standard ' and I have taken  four bottles of it. 3 was a very Hick woman and I fool so much "U-tter ������ would  not be* without it. I also use Lydia E.  Pinkham's .Knnntive Wash. 1 recommend the medicine--to my friends and I  am willing for you to use mv letter as a  testimonial."���������Mrr. M. *W. ftofu.. *"a*K.  Xuuv Dunns oljfcoL, Liichmc-, i������viL;\x:c.  Doctor Said an Operation  Provost, Alberta, ���������- '"Perhapa you will '  remember .sending me one of your hooks '_  a year aj;o. T v.-au ir. a bad fomiition '  itnd would ttuf?������r awful p,iini- at time"? j  and could not do anything. The doctor i  waid I cnul'l not have children unless j  I    vvM'.it  under   an   <ipery.*._on.     f   read  I'-asir-rj.-".-.-..-.!- f    Ly-'7.    Tx   r./.V-hnm'.' -  Ve*T--^t:iblr! Compound in the pfiperi"* nnd ;  h friend r-vomfiwridcfJ nx- to take it.  After taking three bottle" I b'*caro<-* \  much better and now have a bonny baby ������  ttirl four months old. I do my house- '.  work nnd help a J it tie with th<- chore*", j  1 recommend the Vegetable Compound  to my friend** and am willing for you tc  use this tenlirnoni'-l letter. " Mvh.A.A.  Adam.-", Hok M, Provost, Alberta.    0  quite e.isily iilive caught eheni.  also   moiy   than   likely   that   lhe   old  beavers who had fled from Uaree that  morning gave an  iiccount of their ad-  ' venture;.,   again  en!pha:s!*'iug  (he   fact  that   ih<-   .slninger,   while   frightening  7 hem, had shown no disposition to nt-  I lack them.      All ihis is quite possible.  Carries  Restaurant  Passengers    From    London    to.  Paris  Have Hot Meals  The hit est. addition to the air service between London and Purls is a new  giant plane capable of currying :.(> pas-  Tor  if  be.'i.vei:s  can  make a  largo  part j Mongers and  equipped with a restuur-  Rub it in for Lame Back.���������A brisk  rubbing ' with Br. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil willVelievo lame back. The skin  will immediately absorb the oil and .it  will penetrate the "tissues and bring  speedy relief. Try It. and be convinced. As the liniment: sinks in, the pain  comes out and there are am pie', grounds  for    saying    that    it    is 'an excellent  article.  _____ ___ ^   .  Something To Consider  ���������Good Service Is Right That Public Will  ,   Demand  The interest of tlie consuming public is ther last thing whieh either side  considers;  but the    day    will    surely  come when it will have to be one of  the first, for, after all, the public holds  the whip hand if it cares to assert itself.      It. is all a question of service  Tho continual disturbances Jn the coal  industry are having the effect of greatly    changing    preconceived    ideas    of  fuel economy.      Strikes and. lockouts  are.   weitpous    for    killing tho goose  which lays the golden~egg.s.      Homier  or later employers mul employees will  be brought to uiulerstiujid ihis,���������Hamilton Spectator.  Minard's   Liniment -for'-.���������Distemper.  Birmingham,. England, is one of the  greatest industrial cities beqause each  week there is made there 14,000,00������.  pens, ten tons of pipe, 6,000 metal  beds, 7,000 tons of rifles and" other  articles.  of a *nntlneiH'.s hiaiory, and enn perform engineering fe.ii.s that nothing  Ie,-'.-i  than  dynamite can  do-Mroy, it Js  ������  only reiiHOiiitble to suppose that they  nav .M.t.j. un., of making one another  iii'ider-.'tnnd.  Hov.iv.i-   i hi.s   mny   be,   courageous  old  Heaver looth  took il  upon  him.'ielt  .'!<    i  in'.    I :.<-    .-."a". ]-��������� JJ--.e.  Ii   va.    enrly   in   the   afternoon   that  I'or    'lie     third     or I'oitnh  lime  Huree  v.;<.ik������'<l tan im thi; dam. This dam  v,,<.. ,ull;, iv'.u >_uiii'r������' ������J i.i I jjj length,  bui at no poll.; did the vvntej' j mi ,,\, r  ir, ihe overflow fliiding It.s way through  nairou*   -Juh'.eH,       A'week   or  two ago  I III fee   eouhl   ItHVe   ''l'������i^'e.|    lo   lhe   OppO-  >.iie aiide  of l Iw   pf.nd on  thl.i dam. but  ant. A steward will be in attendance  al. all times during voyages to serve  hot meals to tho ���������passengers. Another machine now tinder construction Jn London for the Coiudnnttnoplo  aerial route will he a winged copy of.]  the modern railway sleeper having  berths  and  dret-ifing rooms.,  QTIFFNESS  %Tj of   nnv   kind   can   be   quickly  relieved by massaging with  1 "  \V.     .V.  r.    ir.fi:  ol  al     <ho     far    end     Heaver 'outh  ilc. englneerM  were adding a  new  ������<..<iien <4( il.i ii*. and In dtil'r lo ai com   \  lillnll   (hell   worli   more e.'-.-lly,  the;,   had)  now  and  Worms flap up the strength and undermine the vitality of children.  Strengthen them by using Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator to Urivo  out the parasites.  Potato Crop LesB  The U. S. department of ugrlculturo  estimate.* the combined potato crop of  Canada nnd the "Tnitod Statin at 125,-  000,000 bUHlvilH below that, or hist year.  Cin the other hand potato production  in Europe is est Inmtoil nt 1������,000,000  bushels juo'v Uium that of 1021, and of  Tun!;* nl 'M.nOrt.oOO bushids more thrin  for 1021.  Josephine (rending conclusion of  long loiter): "Then 1 will come home  and many the .sweetest little girl on  earth."  .Tullel: "What a mean U-leW! AHov  being engaged to you,"  Saves $Z<4 &>��������� If esiE"  Cooking experts fifture that the  SMP Enameled. Wore Roaster will  save the average Canadian family  fully $24.00 a year in. meat bills.  The secret is, it roasts the meat  with very little shrinkage. Also, it  makes cheap cuts taBte like the  best onco.  You place the roast in the roaster,  put on the cover: the roaster doe a  the reat. TMo basting required.  Every roast is perfectly cooked.  /The cov������r fltn clone, no Uiat cookin.ii  odori*cui-not escopffl. Orren-i-s can't spatter  atmt, wblch me una a ������we������t clfta- owsn.  Priceii rai_(--" from 65c. to $3,50 each.  ������"ep������nrHna: on ������l"-������" nnd llinlnh���������nnd don't  ���������foruet Hie *ovlnK of ������24,UO ycurly. |  SHL  __e_SB     E_r^^*p|_  ________ '   ^XX..... -    - * " " ������ ^lm/^^  K______M____> ______ _M_M__. mm^^^mt^- mg^m^tum   ~~^^^y. _mmm^.       Wl  ll^,^P  Q   tmm Bv %P 1  aaawaii.___������____,. .,���������,     ���������gg?-.__.m_nmil^tMw*i__������������^ THE   REVIEW, . CHESTOK,   B.    C.  *-  mmm  'Mk-^OHttiPMl^yAkkA  kymkWMGEST-iCiHiA^  ^^^^MS^t^iMmM  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  -.Dr. J. S. Ptalstead, oldest Free Mason  J ���������    ilia   iTpU-j    ������_������*������*.������������������     ���������������.,    _.^������������������:_,i.F   i.  Alt      ..LLC      (J UAVCU      aJiaiuS,     CIULI&     ������J4JS*&M4Jlf      A4X  the world, died recently at the age of  107. - -     '  Officials of a safety association Jiave  computed tho annual "traffic loss" of  tho United States.     It amounts to two  ������.*. ......ii-..  anuuaii.v ,  Example To World  Election    of   Senator    Dandurand . of  Canada to Presidency, of League  .   . Of Nations  Canada, constituted an "example to  the world ofnow to handle success--  fully the problem of the treatment of  minority populations/' tTeclared Paul  Painleve, premier of. Prance, as the  retiring -chairman of the League of Nations Assembly, speaking in the assembly at Geneva on the election of  Hon. Senator Raoul ^JDalsdurand of  Canada to the presidency. The elec-'  tion was the feature of the session.  M. Painleve paid a tribute to Senator Dandurand as "a statesman of high  capacity and deep knowledge of juridical questions, and jp&Zerred to Canada as a common ground of British  and French views. In Canada,' M.  Painleve said, French civilization lives  peacefully and in/brotherly union with  British.  , He said that the choice of the assembly was particularly'felicitous, as  Canada was on common ground with  and French civilization.  every citizen..  The importation of Welsh semi-  anthracite coal to supplement sup"  plies of Pennsylvania anthracite during the .present strike is being considered In New York.  Rt. Hon. Sir J. Jordan, former British minister in Peking and member ot  the League of Nations advisory committee, died suddenly.at a-meeting of  the China Association in London.  Robert A. Loar, a West Virginia attorney, having made a bet during the  last presidential campaign that Davis  would beat Coolidge, has paid up by-  walking 410 miles barefoot.  A stamp bearing k the likeness ot  President Wilson will be Issued by the  United -States post office department  by the first of December, if the plans  of the friends and admirers of the war  president succeed.  Manufacture of liquor .containing 60  per cent, of alcohol and vodka of 40  per cent, will be perraitt"ecl in Soviet  Russia from October 1, under a decision reached by the cenlral executive  committee.  It is announced that tbe French  Government -has accepted the invitation of the Toronto Horse Show officials to be represented at' the. tourna-  .ments in the "Ontario city next November. "' -  The United States post office department plans to- open eight new air  mail routes this fall. Bids for the  contracts" for the new routes, --which  are in the south and west, have been  opened.  Tho London Evening News quotes  Congressman Fred Britten, of Illinois,  on his way home after a trip to* Russia, as.saying: "I talked'to Tchitch-  erln and others, and concluded -that  they are ' a lot-'of murderers and  thieves."  Pending realization of,.the League of  Nations' hopes ofcgeneral limitation of  armaments, efforts will be made immediately for a gradual reduction ot  Holland's military fofce.s while maintaining a defence compatible with the  present International situation.  May Prove. Successful  Claimed Discovery of Cure For Pne  Form of Cancer  An article in the Lancet, leading  British medical journal, by Dr.  Thomas L. Mundsen, of the Lister Institute of Preventive Medicine, reveals the-'alleged discovery of a cure  of the form of cancer known as sarcoma.  The efficacy of the cure is qualified  only in that it has thus far only^been  applied to rats, in which tho disease  has been transplanted.  Of fifty rats treated, according to  Dr. Mundsen, S2 per cent, have been  cured.  'BeaSIilMisgscliolar  .use  ���������_?  -Slroe Pbiigft  On tfmtvtur st ft ones  MM^I*Mj������l������I(MMMI*������'t*%'MtM'l>M\M������MiMtv^(Vvv^Vx^Avt 1.  J- -.Ij-.-jJJ-JJiHI "***  OUR CROSSWORD PUZZLE  Wembley Exposition  Faces  Big Deficit  Estimate   Puts   Loss  At  About  Three  Million  Pounds  The s Britisii empire exposition ax  Wembley will prove as great a financial failure this year as in 1924, it is  feared. One estimate puts the loss  to the big British firms guaranteeing  the exhibition at ������3,000,000.  '  This pessimistic forecast is based  on the rate of attendance to date.  It Is estimated that unless the attendance totals rise only 8,500,000 persons  ���������Will have gone to Wembley this year  by the-time the great fair closes its  gates at the end of October." Last  year 17,000,0&0 paid admission, which  was" half the number needed to make  Wembley a financial success.  - "The biggest business proposition  ever put up by~this country is also the^  blggesf failure,'* says one London  newspaper .today, attributing the failure to the fact that "Wembley all  along has lacked a showman���������an in-,  spired autocrat who with the marvelous material at hand could have made  it the most successful and stimulating  exhibition the world has known. Today Wembley .h" a; tragedy of inexpert  management."  CLIPS  *"'' &rfusioeJ>aU������rm'\  3&*LL&*ks^m  ^  Manitoba Wheat Pool Do Well  Many Leaves On Elm Tree  A certain botanist who has given  'much; thought to the matter estimates  that a good-sized foliage tree such as  np. elm, may produco a crop of no fewer than seven mill ion leaves, Tho  combined surface of all these leave's  amounts to no less than 200,000 squaro  feet.  ' " ���������'' ���������'.  -A  Simple  Design  For Girls  Girls' dresses adhere to sipiple lines  and often ara quite restrained in their  ornamentation.. The belts are the  main trimming feature of , tho dress  pictured" Iter's, which   la   cut   In   one  Handled Over Eight Million Bushels  At Slight Cost  The Manitoba Wheat Pool alone  handled nearly eight and a half million  bushels of wheat last year at an administrative .cost" of- slightly over  three-fifths of a cent per bushel. Interest, insurance and elevator charges  absorbed a little less than half a cent,  Horizontal  1���������Colored crayon.  6���������Talks.  11���������Greasy. ^  12���������Injured.  13���������Preposition.  15���������Separating.  17���������Physician (abbr..).  18���������Male child.  20���������Lowest tides.  21���������Social function.  :-.2���������Smell.  24���������Nickname for a relative. "*���������  25���������Make a noise like' a  I     donkey.  26���������At no time.  28���������Wounds  in a coarse  manner.  29���������Sufficient   (noetic).  30���������Low male voice.  31���������Overgrown with decaying organic matter.  Hag.  Higher   branches   ot  learning.  3S-  40-  41-  42-  44-  -Small-bed.  -Wither.  -Settle  with.  -Marks or stains.  -The jackdaw.  34-  37-  45���������Short thoroughfare  (abbr.).   -C_.  46���������Ripping.  48���������Prefix meaning two.  49���������Overcomes with reverential fear.  5G^-Free from water by  dipping-  52���������Devils.  53���������Inciting.  Vertical  1���������Venom. -  2���������Thus.  3���������Point.  4���������Ardor    inspired  enthusiasm.  5���������Musical instruments.  6���������Vessels.  . 7���������Play on words (pl.)-  by-  S���������Unit of energv. -  9���������Near.  10���������Wanders'.  14���������-Pro tub eran ce.  16���������Appendage.  IT���������Apportionment.  - 19���������Something new.  21���������Put faith in.  23���������Tears asunder.  25���������Fundamental.  27���������Man's name.  28���������Stomach. .  31���������Charted.  32���������Spoken.  3S���������Acid.  35���������Crustacean,  36���������Chopping.  38���������Grade.  39���������Clan.  42���������Witnessed.  43���������Obstruction.  46���������Twice one.  47���������Kind of-carriage,  49���������pPart of "to be."  51���������Chinese    weight  measure.  or  *>.������  "f /"*_���������#��������� o 1      _r-/-*e-4"     4-V&MC-*     *U__*^._������t. ������������������>    -������     4.*.3 a *      ������*���������~���������.  i-vv.Vfr._L     ������_,v������?i,      bJULUfS      W^AXA������_      <**.      C.L.J.U.*-'    lit Ci  a, cent a bushel.  At the t annual .meeting of' the pool  -held in "Winpipeg, throe prises of 375  each were voted to be given next year  for the best essays on co-operation���������  competition to be limited to teachers  and college students in rural high  schools in the province. *  A resolution was unanimously passed, to become effective at the -next  meeting of the pool, declaring that no  member-of the legislature or of parliament, of director of the United Farmers of Manitoba or the Farmers' Union  of Canada shajl be eligible to serve as  director of the wheat pool. ..  Real News  JFfwding of a Rust-Resisting Variety of  v - Wheat ���������.,.,-.  Great events often are simply chronicled. From Aberdeen comes the  brief announcement that tho claim of  R. S. McFadden, South Dakota wheat  -grower, to have developed by crossbreeding a variety of wheat that.resists all efforts to Inflict It with rust,  has been'tosted by department of agri-*  culture scientists and found to be true.  Finding of a rust-resisting  variety  piece, -with a little extra .fullness, over.,nf _,._.. mnnYin ut-evniw wmnna nt  the hips at the low waist-line. TheToi- wheat moans liteially billions of  sleeves may be made short or long and  TEETHING BABflES  Thousand's of Thorn  K������IE EVERY SUfVlIVIEl?  ' The Iiot weather is very hard  on  babies starting. to cut thoir tooth."  On tln_ unit" sign of uriy l-iosi-nfl-Hs nf  tho  bowbln   tho   mother should   givo  a tew ��������� doses of,  '���������*..        '  ��������� '���������-���������-  gathered Into a band nt tlie wrist. The  dress haa an opening at the centre  front, and tho hook is finished with a  narrow collar. Sizes 6, 8, 10, 12 and  14 years. .Size-8 years requires 2^'  yards of 32-Inch, or 2% yards of 36-  iuch material.     Price. 20 cents.  Tlio designs Illustrated in our new  Fashion Book are advance styles for  the homo 'dressmaker, and the woman  or girl who desires to wear garments  dcpendablo for taste, simplicity and  economy will find her., tastes fulfilled  in our patterns. Prlco of the book 10  cent?- the cops*. "Much copy Includes  one coupon rood for five cents in tho  purchase of any pattern.       -,-,>.  How To Order Patterns  Address���������W'nnlpeo Newspaper Union,  175 McDertnot Avo., Winnipeg  Tli.ii will quickly offset tlio diari-Iio-n.,  vomiting und purging, and, perhap-"  navo tho baby'-. life.  Put up only by Tho T, Milburu Co.,  liitiutod, Toronto, Out.  W.    N.    U.    15!. 5  P&ticra 2-Jo...,  j m * ������ ������>!J������0 ��������� ������-������(���������"���������  Agricultural  Experts  Visit       1    I  Agriculturists From U. S. Make Study  Of Soil Conditions Here  One of the most important parties  of agricultural exnerts to visit Western Canada spent jseveraldays; in-Edmonton, Alberta,.and district recently.  This  party  of experts  of the  United  St-ttes ^department of agriculture  are  making" a, survey   of   soil   conditions  in Western "Canada  for the purposes"  of soil maps.     Tlie party included Dr.  C. F. Marbut, in charge of soil surveys  .for the United States Government; I*.  H. Santz, in charge of the bureau of  plant industry; C. R. Ball, cerealist of  the United States Government;  O. E.  B'akir*., agricultural  economist of the  United States department of agriculture; and R. L. Ulemeicel, assistant an  the bureau of plant industry.  .Answer To Last Week's Puzzle  iDflHvjtAliM'-isl  msismmm&mmmsim^:  Mount Shasta Becoming Active  Volcano In California Causing Alarm  _^_ To Redding Citizens  Mount Shasta* s rumblings are causing some alarm among the citizens of  Redding, Cal., and it is feared the volcano is ready to break out Into active  .**������������������-  Ei-QlO  j--ri-  Zimm cTsrfiRiA  U|I^Jf*TjY  ffl  i irfi-5  Riy  Qiai������������HHWH^Eflw_ra  M  o  B  wmWP  R  i  D  E.IW.G  A  R  E  L.  A Nil  ONE  .-���������"/-*"'  DA  R  N  $  T  R E\������  f  fflH  OOjS  E.  IS.;  eruption.     Investigations by the Unit        >      ^     _   ^  ed Staites bureau of fisheries show that j the r0Quest of Canadian radio opera-  Refuse To Comply With Request  Radio" Negotiations With French  Government Prove Unsuccessful  Negotiations which the British .Government is conducting with the French  Government qn behalf of Canadian  radio Operators with regard to cessation of the use of 450 and 300 metres  wave by their ships and stations .oft  the east coast of Canada have been  unsuccessful, the French Government being unable to see its way clear  to comply with the British Government's request.  The German Government, it was  learned,   has  agreed   to  comply  with  dollars to the agriculture of the world  just as discovery of the durum  drought-resisting wheat meant its bil*:  Uons of dollars. Such triumphs aro  of far more importance* and deserving  of more public attention than news of  the declarations of wars or the sighing  of poace treaties.���������Fort Worth Star  Telegram,. ;v  water of tho McCloud River Is four  degrees warmer than normal; that tho  surface of Mount Shasta is warmer  than usual; that tho nv-d flow *s. increasing, and that grass is dying in  meadows much enrlier IJLtan usual.  Heat in tho depths of the mountain is  believed to bo tho cause bf the peculiar coudl tions.  tors, and has issued instructions accordingly to ships uylng the German  flag.  **��������� m mm ������ *m������ *  Mamo.  Town.*  Province...  ���������������"��������� ������������������������������������������������������������<���������. mm, I  tieuii 20o cjIh or utamps  (wrap coin  cs-rofullsrjt  Broadcast Carnival Sounds b'lUFali*  Broadcasting the carnival sounds of  a big state fair will be attempted far  the first time. Raucous cries of thn  hot dog vendors, tho tooting of ntorry-  go'-Vounds, the aqueallng of plga,  crowing of cocks, mootng of cows, tho  patter of racing hoofs on tho track,  .the roar of speeding automobiles', and  tho blaa of tho hurdy-gurdy show's will  ho put Into tin*, microphone of a St.  Paul station from tho "Minnesota Btlibera h* ground.*. . ;'7  When  Locusts Stop Flying.  A illght.of locusts will rise to a  great height and cover forty or iifty  mlloH tn a dny, But oiico the locust  swarm comcti to tho ground, thero it  nni.A.ik:,,   i.4^VAjVUlitjJ,   iJ Vv!i>'   l^ixst-lt   Mkili^  , and never ngtiln using Its witig.t.-  Baldwin  and  His Pipe  ."-���������.i. '. ���������*.  Breaks Tension at Critical Period in  Negotiations With Miners t  Tlio plpo of peace was once more  in evidence at a critical period ot the  recent negotiations between coal minora, owners and the government. When  the two Bides I'eachcd a point where  a deadlock seemed Inevitable, nnd the  atmosphere was strained and formal,  Premier Stanley Baldwin fumbled in  his pockot and produced his pipe. This  ho began slowly to AU, remarking:  "Let'.j3 smoke, shall wo?"  The flup-icestion was adopted by both  minora and owners, and the formality of the-strained atmosphere gradually disappeared. Within an hour the  basis of a provisional agreement hud  been reached.  Five gallons of gasoline has an explosive power equal to -US pounds of  dynamite.  If wives wore a������ nice to their hun-  baudk   uh .female  clerkn  are  to  their  math.     IHJ.-i Ltv.JJ.'J J>,    Ul<>.    i.-w    aaja.a i. aaaU'aaa.t.  fullurofl would be recorded.  AClearSmoothSkin?  It" you wish a akin clear oi pim-  plea, blnck.h*ads and other annoying eruptiotui beg-in today  tho regular use ot Cuticura  Soap* asal-rtod hy C������tictirn  OlntC-tent.. No other method  Ui so a&reeablo, so olto������ eft'eo-  ti vc and so eoocvonoicaL.  WNbllWlM^f    *^^^.y^     mfm*m%   %mf  Hf^frlilTj        A<&>tfNttlitt    f\ftff^_>'_l?HWi  mi     ' tmm^tmwmm^i^mmmf m,<mi*m *m,<mm*mmimMm'      m"*immm,  [T*ffritl������-W>t   k*$  mJtmtm iO������.    "T->������>tMlll  m%C.  C������sti<riartt 9lt%-������^Mr 5tlck %&m,  mm*t$mmmmmDHW  \  nn (   '  .)*^?aa*=������M,sajoaHWa*S������������������*3B^^  -*t  THE  ���������B������S?C_3   BEVOS'vf  .   f  Local and Personal  E*o������ SA_tbe���������-.30 U.S.   Rifle,   in   good  Shape.   Percy Boffey. Oreston.  OovbFobSale���������A few milch cows,  one just freshened.���������F.Smith, Creston.  Pianos Por. Same���������-Two of them;  one a player.���������H.S.McCreath.Creston.  . Miss Edith Davies is spending a feu-  days in Nelson this week, leaving on  Sunday.'  Provincial police H. MrLaren was at  Bonners Ferry on an official trip on  Monday.  10% off all shot shells- and- rifle cartridges until the end of the season.���������V.  Mawson.  Have you heard the Everplay Permanent gramaphone needle? For sale  by V, Mawson.  Mrs. C. F. Hayes spent a few days  with Spokane friends this week, leaving on Sunday.  Traps For Sale���������About 3 dozen  traps, assorted, going cheap.���������Alex.  Mirabelli, Greston,  Pigs For Sale���������Keady for delivery,  six weeks old, <p5, each. A. ���������&* K. A  Comfort, Greston.  Fob. .Rent���������SmaU cottage, nicely  located, moderate rental. Apply Mrs.  T. M. Edmondson.  For SAiaE or Trade���������Chevrolet  engine in good running order. Wiite  Box 27, Review Office.  For Saints���������L-idies* coat, medium  size, slightly used, going at a bargain,  Enquire Review Office.  Mrs. Crosthwait and sons, Tom and  Irwin, left on Saturday for Montreal,  where they -will spend the winter.  Mrs. Rumsey and cnildren of Cran  brook arrived on   Frid-iy   on   a   visit  with her mother, Mrs. M. Young.  Lamps For Sale���������An Aladdin and  also an angle lamp, both in good working order, and going at your own  price.    Enquire Review Office.  GRAND  /  Am        .a ���������  ������JH i id I iWfk 1 fl  in the  Old School House  BUCK CREEK  on  BOORS open afc 7.30  CONCERT at 8 p.m.  Old Favorite Songs  The Songs you like.  The Songs that never die.  High Class Musical Numbers  The Alice   Siding   Musical  Party,  with   the   noted   violinist,   Mr.  Lunt, and hi a pupils.  HARRY LAUDER'S  Understudy in several of his  favorite aongs.  The manager of the Grand specially  invites the children to see "The Ten  Comtkiandn.ent*," showing to-nig&������  and Saturday���������evenings only.  ��������� For - R-SKT���������r? room house, with  water; also stable and poultry bouse,  4*sl0   month.    Apply   A.    N.   Couling,  Creston.  ..  _^  For Sax,e���������Potatoes, 2 cents per lb.  Turnips, iS_ cents lb. Pickling onions  10 cents per pound.    Fred K. Smith,  Creston.  Ranch For Sale���������20-acre fruit  ranch for sale, close to Creston village.  For terms apply David Scott, Champion. Alberta.  Mrs. Benney is ..this- week moving  into quite a commodious bungalow she  has just had erectedgat the lower end  of Fourth street.  Pony For. Keep���������A saddle pony and  saddle to let for winter months for  keep to any reliable person. Enquire  nt Creston Hotel. "    *  Now there is a level sidewalk in the  front of his place of business Chas!  Murrell is installing a gasoline tank  and pump at the street line.  Lost���������On November 24th, between  Bricknon and Kitchener, tuan's leather  coat- short length. Reward to tinder  on leaving same at Review Office.  Don't miss "The Ten Commandments," showing at the Grand tonight  and Saturday. It is the greatest  picture ever filmed, and is showing at  75 and 50c.  Lutheran Church service nt the resi-  dtnce of Mr. Reinwald at 7.30 p.m.,  Sunday, November 29th. Service at  Wynndel on Sunday, December 6th,  at 7.30 p.m.  Mrs. Geo. Young and Mrs*. T. Lytle  are Nelson visitors this week, delegates  to the annual conference of Kootenay-  Boundary Women's Institues~, which  opened on Tuesday.  Geese For Sale���������Some of them a  year old and good breeders. Anyone  wanting one should get busy as they  are ail in the Fattening pen. Order  yours for "Chsistmas.���������E. Nougnier,  Canyon.  For Sale���������Good work mare, 1200  lbs.; democrat, buggy, treadle grindstone, new: plough,. 10-inch, new;  mattock and garden tools. These  articles are priced for quick sale. D.  H. Linn, Eriekson.  Tho Ladies Guild of Ohiist Church  have their annual. bazaar and sale of  work at the Parish Hall on Saturday  afternoon, December 5th, from 3 to  5.30 o'clock. Tea and refreshments  served cafetaria style.  Kimberiey has just organized _u volunteer fire brigade and amongst the  men enrolled we notice -the. names of _  our former townsmen, Bert Norris and  Bob McLeod. both of whom are now in  business at Kimberiey.  A meeting of Creston Curling Association is called for 8 p.m., Tuesday,  December 1st, at Fraser's bakery.  Business: Election of officer*-, nnd a  discussion of matters generally appertaining to the roar-in* game.  Manager- Waylett has everything in  readiness for flooding the skating rink  but up to the present the weather con.  tin lies too iniid for' successful ice  milking. Fuel. dealers .'are, certainly  mit-of luck so far this season.  The Presbyterian Ladies* Aid remind  of their buaaar and cafeteria tea at the  Parish Hall to-morrow (Saturday)  afternoon at the Parish Mall from 3 to  5.30. A sule of worn and home cooking will be features of the affair.  Glsrisimm9 is, Oniy, &   WeeSes Jlwrajr  OUR NEW ASSORTMENT OF  gives you a large and exclusive range to choose your presents froML  *��������� '  '**���������. '  Luncheon Sets*, Runners, Cushion Tops  Towels,   Centre Pieces,  Buffet Sets  Laundry Bags,  Pillow Slips  A F-UL.JL  _tiANG-E  <jj*  D.MX. Mouline and Pearl Cotton, Artsy! Rope  SHai  Dry 6oods  Groceries  *P���������^^K-ji.  ���������^F*j--__a<e_  ^~*i   j__.  **4__xG*__._������0_ju  Embr^?^  oiacry  Ifc**  Fisrsi iters  Hardware  Nelson Assessment District���������Continued from Page 7,  Name of Person Assessed.  Short Description of Property.  Arrears oS   lnt,&   Costs &   Totcl  all Taxes. Penalty. Expenses,    _.  - Crown Grants  Lawrence,  John. . Block 4, lot 301A, 19.54 acres , ......       66.93    Lo*308  PiPBflFl-FQi^^"? ��������������� ?- "'  Knauf, 3. A. Z Blks. 1 and 6 of S. L. 8 and 9 (map 731B)  55 acre������s         156.75   *    '         Subdivn. off Lots 10,18 and 37, off Lot 6817  and Lot 8069, Map 824.  iBlLJ������axl& C. BL ........ Pt. Blk. 5, assgd. letter "A", plan 14176-1  13.59   acres    :  19.02  Skory, Jacob Zz Lot 3, blk. 16, map 1506,12/27 acres  17-04  Doern, John  - . Lot 4, blk. 16, 11.26 acres ....  13.35  Crown Grants  Llndblad, John .". 1 Block 7, lot 6305, 40 acres       105.06  Crftss- Jas, H- ���������.��������� - Pt. lot 8629, 209.14 acres .:. .         20.00..  McLaughlin, Margaret  Pt. lot 9424. 204 acres  .....        40.00  "���������*"���������- -" - Lot^892^Mas> 698A..  Constable, Guy . -���������Pt. Blk/2, Assgd. Letter *"BSV ISacres  46.82  Constable, Guy  Z. "**������ Blk. 1, assgd. letter -"A", 20 acres  63.15  Constable, Guy  Pt. blk. 6, assgd. letter '"B", 34.93 acres .��������� 108.80  Constable, Guy  All blk. 6, lot 892, 40 acres   123.55  Hunt, Geo. A.  . .... . ~ ���������S. b. S3, lot 4592, S20 acres .���������u...... .... 252.00  ���������Merry & Anderson ...._.....- - Tp. 8A, sec. 21, 640 acres ;.���������..:.^.....;.....^.~.. *" 401.60  ���������Merry & Anderson ..... ....... .... Tp. 8A, sec. 28, 640 acres ���������......y.......;.j..-~....... 379.60;.  Annable, G. M.  ���������j Interest, Bank of,  Montreal % Interest ........ ~ .. Sublet 2, tp. 31,"lot 1243, 3840 acres ...���������..7 2777.45  .        Lot 1239, Tp 22 :;A- ���������'���������': :  The Doukhobor Society ...... -.���������.���������.._.Ia sees. 14, 16, 22, 23, S. L. 7, plan X59, ^  ���������'���������.*'.'������������������'��������� 432.70 acres _.i..^;.....������..i ........^......, ......     320.00y  '.".��������� k.mt     -- D. off Lot 3C4, Maps 766 and 926  15.72        13.75        96.40  39^77       13.75      210.25  3.39  2.81  2.25  13.75  13.75 "���������  18.75  36.W  33.60  29.35  25.94 _  3.80  7.60  13.75  13.75  13.75  144.75  S7.65  *51.3&  fa ra  15.30  26.54.  30.40  40.32  70.88  76.36  -18.7S  lil75  13.75  13.75  13.7&  13.75  13.75  72.07  92_i6  149.09  167.84  306.07  486.23  469.71  676.10        13.75    3467.30  70.40  18.76      404.15  The Doukhobor Society  The Doukhobor Society  *y���������**���������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������*���������������  ....... Block^A, 1.75ft acres i.������^.......^......;............  S. D. of Sublot 16, Lot 4608, W.K.D. Map 783  ~...si Block 12, 10.13 acres ���������. ...........    Crown Grants  ������_>lf yon wish tn spend one enjoyable  evening before 102o bids ur adieu take  in this concert and hav������ your wish  gratified;  also help a good cause.  Admission * . 50c,  THE POPULAR PRICE.  Tickets  and   PmRiramniea -at Mr.  E. Butterfield and Mi*. Jan. Wood  Store**.  Come in your car nnd bring your  friends*.  Anglican Ghuroi. Services  I***- ������*������  -3UNDAV,  NOV. Ht&  CHE8TON  8 00 and 11.00 a.m.  Pwr  Pianoforte, Organ ana  Singing Lessons  ARTHUR C0LLI8, Creston  P. O. R*t 74  CHAS. IvlOOnLi CE������  CNGINeCR   .AHCHITCCT  SKJHV1CYOH  fHofl-lnt-*riMll  The  The  The  Doukhobor  Doukhobor  Doukhobor  Society Lot 7721,  Society . .... -....Lot 8072,  Society ..........................Lot 9929,  201.44 acres  206.32 acres  151.86 acres .  108.19  59.28  142.17  142.18  105.00  21.76        18.75      143.70  CD B_* CS "fiTl Vlad  r"l Bw>sZ*   I *L^ 1^9 ,  131   r+  t*������'V#.  4kThe sonR-* you like; the sonps that  live," are prominently featured on the  programme of the concert nnd  miiHicale at the old schoolhouse at  Wynndel tonight, at which a good  turnout of Creston people is expected.  Pred Smith was a visitor at Moyie  over the weekend, coming back on the  Monday way freight -with 51 head of  sheep he purchar-ed ut the Bateman  rnnch. Fred is intending to lease a  quarter section of *#ild hind and go in  quite extensively for nheep.  For Sax_b~-2 Mingle beds aud  m*ittrc8H������������, ciimp cot and maMrcas,  sewing machine (treadle), washing  rauchine. 2 kitchen tables, kitchen  cnbir������"*t, H kitchon ohM.ii**", 4 arm nhalrin,  tvaahatnnd, Cclenmn gasoline lamps.  Apply Rev. H. Varley, Creaton.  Friends of Mrs. Oannitday eyrnpa-  thfsM* with h<*r lo thV heavy 1o������h flho  sustained early Tuesday morning when  lire dentr-nyed hfr resick'nee on Park  Road, along with mil the content"*.  "With li.o tiisiAly i.ho had npent the  night In thi* iipartrnent������ In connection  ���������with her pressing and repicf.'btiNineHa  in tht- old City Bakery and how the  Are originated la a vny*it<*i*y. It was  noticed about 2 a,ni. but by the time  neighbor* got tV> it thn* ptuco vvjui a  /nitmm of ilaioo arid nothing could lie  waved. The loaw will be about 82500.00  partly covcrett by inaiirance.  The Doukhobor  The 3>oukhobor  The Doukhobor  The Doukhobor  Columbia and Western Rly. Land Grant, Lot 4598  Society .. .............. Pt.Sublet 10, 123.80 acres . . .-..  268.92  Society ....; ���������-���������Lot 10, 200 acres (4. I   KD  177.98  Society .. . .....PL sublot 11, 146.75 acres  1019.31  Society  -���������������-.���������...Sublot 18, 191 acres  I *... 1063.88  Columbia and Western Rly Grant, Lot 4898  .       " .'I':'.'''     |  The Doukhobor Society  .���������-Sublot, 14, 129 aoreS\ '.Z.l  72B.30  The Doukhobor Society  .. , ."Sublot 15, 212.80 acres  .'.   '1191.01  The Doukhobor Society ..... Sublot 28, 309.10 acres   151.35  The Doukhobor Society ......���������.���������......... Sublot 24, 294.20 acres  181,36  The Doukhobor Society ...........���������....���������..Sublot 25, 247.80 acres r..  924.00  Tho Doukhobor Society  ��������� ......Sublot 26, 108.79 acres  ..... 686.86  The Doukhobor Society . Sublot 51, 31 acres  147.40  The Doukhobor Society ....  Sublot 56, 320 acres  ;��������� .-. ...... 161.86  The Doukhobor Society   Sublot 56, 246.12 acroa  249.40  The Doukhobor Society  ..Sublot 60, 687.10 acres  2412.00  The  Tho  The  Doukhobor  Doukhobor  Doukhobor  Society  : Sublot 62, 499.88 acres    Society  -v.  Sublets 08, 64, 320.00 acres  Society ..Sublot 67,' 482.83 acres   259.89  45.11  149.44  Nelson nndT^t. Sheppard Rly, Tp. 28  <*  The Doukho-boiv Society  Pt. ooc. B, boinc S. X*. 18, 21, 22, 24, plf&ra  X60,142.8 acres  45.00  The Doukhobor Society ���������Pt. Sec 8, being. B. L. 19 and 20, 68.7 acres 9Q.00  Tlie Doukhobor Society  ������....���������Pt. ooc. 10, belngr B. L, 28, plan X00, 96  ,  acres .-. ..........................* 30.00  The Doukhobor Society   ������.. Pt. Lota 3.02A and 303, 060.08 acres ���������    S16S.20  The Doukhobor Society  H-Vfe bile 6, lot 801A  47.24  The Doukhobor Society  - ������ *** 8872, 188.20 acres .������������������ ��������� 84.B0  Tho Doukhobor Society  Lot 5180, 126 aoros  805.45  Tho Doukhobor Society  .Lot 71*>9, 118 acres  80.00  12.97  31.18  31.17  28.10  64.83  24.22  266.49  264.07  179.30  296.44  86.90  44.19.  153.06  88.60  36.75  26.60  40.90  594.65  63.26  10,99  86.48  11.70  28.40  7.80  105.70  10.46  9.00  78.40  7.B0  13,76  13.75  18.75  1&75  18.76  18.75  13.75  13.76  86.00  1875o  187.10  141.85  842,00  216.95  1289.56  1381.70  13.76  13.75  18.75  18.76  13.76  18.76->  13.75  18.76  18.75  18.76  18.76  18.75  18.75  18.76  18.76  13.75  18.76  18.75  18,75  18.76  13.75  918.35  1500.20  202.00  28B.80  1090.80  637.70  197.90  '202.10  804.05  8020.40  336.40  69.85  199.65  70.46  127.15  61.55  2S4K.6B  71.45  ���������    67.26  467.60  61.66  Dated at Nelflon, B.C., this 12th day of October, 11)25.  H, B. TOWNSBND .,  Provincial Collector  NOTE: The propertiea marked with nn UHLeriak will be offered for sale, sold, and accepted by tho purchaser,  Htibjeot to the eueemerit off the ConuoliduU-d Miniiig & Sjnoltinft Company of Canada, I.imiicd, rogi������*  terftd In   tho Lard Begistry Office at Nelson, and relating  to tho maintenance  and   operation  of  stnolters and metallurgical works.-  - V if -  -   *.v  "-./  4  iSgj^JSS!^^


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