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 It"  <������V>.-_   s  IsfySfll^  tiSSi.  WAA  \   _     .    ......      ___  -'    i-Tovjnciai JL������l.BraEy   ���������_  e*a  ������SJJJ   AU  /$^  Pig:  Wmkm  EVEEW  Vol. jlVXL  V-'J.MJUiaVJJfcV-TX-M f  -B������"*_r������ -  ���������#W'fe  i ���������Jt.,i..j__������ia.^5^feiat~  DECEMBER 4, 1925  No. 42  Arthur Dibhin, after -a week's visit  here on his return from Victoria, left  on Saturday on a visit with friends in  the Old Country. -  ��������� ���������     .��������� i  Mrs. Ashley Cooper of Wynndel  was ������, visitor here la<*t week with her  son, Jerry, and other ;SIrdar fa-sends.   .  The ste&mfltting jsrew that has been  here from Cranbrook under G.-Bep*^tib  has completed the work- in hand, and  returned to the divisional city again.J  Arthur North was a visitor at-Goat-  ������ell one dry last week, on a hoise buy.  infftrip. '__   .  Mr.   Neil    of     KusKanook    passed  through here one day last week,   tak  ing a business trip to points east.  Creston has been favored- .with numerous- callers front hers within the  ^ week* Amongst those at the metropolis were Mesdames Cam, Rogers,  McCabe, Loa&by, Brawn, North and  Martin.  Rev. fl. Varley is due here for  Church of England service on Sunday  saoi-ning at 8 and 10.530. ���������-  P. Cherbo, who has been a  business  visitor at points as far_east as Winni  peg, Matto, got back at the first of the  week, and resumes work on Wednesday.  Mrs. lioasby was a Cranbrook visitor at the end of the week, Mastei Billy  Moore returning with her to stay with  his parents, after almost a year's visit  with the Loasbys.  The Tourist Inn, Sirdar's beer parlor, was. opened to the public on Mon������  dty night, and did a very -generous |  trade on opening day. It "is in charge  of R. Heap and is very nicely appoint-  edT|_hro������_jp{ho'ut.y.   ; -,*-     :-*--t~\'  Husctof t schoolhouse . on " Saturday  night where a dance was shellrawiug  card. It was well attended and a  most enjoyable time was had.  The comfort of the school scholars  has been measurably increased bp the  putting on of ' doors on tbe two  entrances from the cloakroom to the  classroom; With these missing it was  almost impossible to' keej> the room  warm In cold weather. -  - -Mrs. Andrew Sinclair and danghter,  Agnes,  left on  Wednesday for Vancouver,   where they will - be   for   the  next-three weeks, while Mrs. Sinclair  is taking special istytreatmeot. -  Principal Jenks' report of the Lister  school for November is as follows:  Highest standing. Grade 8���������James  Byrne, John Malthouse, George Chud  ley. Grade 7���������Jack -Bird, Frank  Byrne, Charlie Malthouse. Grade 8���������  Fred Tei*bury, Agnes Sinclair. Grade  5���������Billy Yet bury, Peggy Smith,-Wal-  l;ace Sinclair, Neddie Smith. Georgr  Mitchell, Irene Wei "spring. Those  making perfect attendance were Jack  Bird* 'Frank Byrne, James Bj*rne,  Jack J������ry, Charlie Mult house, John  Malthouse. Agnes Sinclair, Wallace  Sinclair, Peggy Smith, Ruth Clayton.  WM  ieore������  Concert Success  '&'-$**#������������*?*���������  Judging by the iaj-gfe attendanceantt  the- generous applause accorded - the  maiiy numbers. Wynndel people, as  well as entertainBient lovers from  other points, still Save a warm -spot- in  itheir hearts for concert programmes  largely given over iCaHvocal and anst_ra-  ni en i al rausie, as*,, per the concert and  musicale given. in the old schaolhouse  at i,hat point on. - i_f*-3ttay night for the  funds of the^United Iphurch ladies* aid,  and which was .capably presided over  by D. T, Scrimgeour of Creston,   _e  The musical nienii was so lengthy  .that space does nottp-"rmit of extended  reference to the 2& Offerings, everyone  of which was carefully selected ahd  pleasingly rendered;.* Special mention *  howeveryis due theTf-oeal lumbers by  Mrs. EL Bathie andT.^Mrs. C. ELindley.  both of whom wereyheard to splendid  advantage: in fntmlijAr numbers, whilst  the former was also equally capable in  the duett, **I Know.- Bank.'* jn which  she appeared with Mr. E. Willi-snas.  . The girls* chorus ' .numbers were  popular.    So  Were  Mi-.   Luntfs  violin  Selection���������-Melody of Love", Orches-  tfl**������  Song���������-"The Banks o'Lock Lonnnd"  A. W. Mason.  Song���������"I'm Wearying for You'*,  Mrs. H. Bathie.  Selection���������"LiaSerenta'',    Orchestia.  Song���������"The Reason Noo I WeaT a  Kilt", Understudy.  Duett���������"I Know a Est_:k", Mis* He  Bathie, Mr.  E. Williams.  March���������"Tannhauser/* Orchestra.  Part Song���������"Home, Sweeu.Home,"  Orchestra and Chorus.  Rehearsals are already under way  for the Christmas entertainment to be  given this month, by the public school  pupils.  Members of the United Farmers are  reminded of the December meeting at  the schoolhouse on Saturday night,  Sth inst.  wt nu ov;  ���������.uUSicaS ns  IiJHj.������y  take care of it will be appreciated that  the .accompanists, Mrs. Wall and Mrs.1~isit with her parents,  W. j. Cooper, had a very busy evening  and their effort meant much to the  succefs of the ev*>nt.  - .Everyone is congratulating Mr.  Mason, who was largely responsible  for arranging the concert, on the good  judgment used in selecting numbers as  well as "talent, and are hoping the  music-iie will become an. annual affair.  After meeting all expenses the ladies  will realize $40.   _ ~~  Mrs_, Norman Strong of Coeur *Vi A  ene, Idaho, is home at   present  ������������umGB*&fi  BrnXMehemnemf-  Miss Clara Hunt waa a visitor at  Creston on Friday, taking in "Ten  Commandments" at the picture theatre  a  guest of Miss  on   a  Mr.   and~l������r8.  Clark.  The Canyon Dramatic Club gave a  repeat presentation of the "Matrimonii  al Agency." at Creston United Church  on Thursday- night last, and were  favored with a crowd that took np  both the seating and standing space  to the limit.  .A. G. Samuelson bas taken on- a  contract for hewn ties, and will keep a  couple of men busy In the timber this  winter.  -gra_������--  Herb Sparrow, who has been working at threshing and harvesting in the  country around Coaldale, Alberta,  arrived home a few days ago, accompanied by his friend, Sinclair Hewer  John Finlay, who left for Kimberiey a few weeks ago, has turned np at  Beayerdell, in the Boundary noun try.  where he is at work in n mine in that  district.  Mrs. Knott haa been a visitor at  Creaton the past few days, the guest  pf Mrs, Hare.  Scoutmaster Jenks (had the boy  scouts out for their first hike on Saturday, when they made the trip across  to the Lyon ranch and made -t considerable ascent of the hills in that  locality.  ,8 Miss Dorothy Stark of Creston has  been a visitor here the past week, a  guest of Mrs. Jacks.  A number, fcom   here   were   at   the  Miss   Hobden,     principal     of    the|-  Huscroft .school, has issued the following report for the month of November:  Highest standing: Grade 8���������Ivy Hurry,  Katherine Demchuk.    Grade 6���������Dolly  Tedford,   Zonia Demchuk.    Grade 5���������.  Alice   Demchuk.     Grade     4���������Minnie  Huscroft, Clyde Huscroft,    Grade 3���������  Marjorie Tedford,   Mary   Koverchuk.  Grade   2���������"Walter    Suzinski,    Waddy  .Huscroft.   Grade I���������Thomas Tedford,  Bert B-ascroft;   TfioRe makibg 'a :pesv  fect attendance for the month were���������  Katherine Demchuk, Zonia Demchuk  Arthur      Hurry,      Pearl      Huscroft  Waddy     Huscroft,    Itfeit     Huscroft,  Inga Suzinski, Bosie Suzinski, Walter  Suzinski.  selections,  while' the half dozen   .ap   that night.    She was  pearances of the Alice  Siding Musical Jean Henderson.  Party was far fs*ocn sufficient to meet  I the wishes of the audience.  Tg������.. W. Mason   was allocated  (.lieu Siding Musical Party  Miss Ellen Lambard and Mr. Hubert  Young were very-quietly married at  the United Church parsonage on Sat-  urdMy afternoon by Kev. .J. Herdman,  the witnesses being Mr. and Mrs.  H. Clements, with Whom the groom is  in partnership in the ranch at Eriekson, whilst the bride is a sister of Mrs.  Clements having arrived from England but .a few weeks ago. Mr. and  Mr*. Young went west on a short  honeymoon trip and on their return  will reside on the Bean ranch at  Eriekson, which Mr. Young purchased  em-lier.in the season.  Girls Banquet Mothers  tne  task of supplying the comedy features  and as Harry "Lauder's understudy he  was almost as big a laugh getter as the  original Scotch singing comedian���������the  kilts and other highland trappings  helping out considerably. Mr. Mason  was also well received in a couple of  Scotch songs, including the always  I favorite,  VLoch Lomond.     The even"  Overture���������-"Calipft of .' Bagdad",  'Orchestra. 7' y^' ; ���������  ,-^Sone���������"The    Wedding    of    S-snc!y  McNau", Understudy. .  Part' Song���������"Flow Gently, Sweet  Aftbn", Girls' Chorus.'  .Song���������"A Life on the Ocean Wave'*,  Mrs. E. Williams.  Song���������"God Send Him Uonae", Mrs.  C.Hind ley.  Selection���������"Andante        Cantabile",  __) I'd. i*S tiT_l  Song���������-"Tis hut a Faded Flower1', A.  W. Masc-h.  Duett��������� "��������� What are the Wild Waves  Saying", Mrs. H. Bathie, Mr. E.  Williams. ���������>���������  Recitation���������"Simple Division**. Master K. Packman.  Song���������"I Love a. Lassie". Under  study.  Song���������"Mother Machvee'.*, Mrs. H.  Bathie.  Selection���������"Barcasole'*, Orchestra -  Song���������"The Lass o" Killiecrankie"!i  Understhdy.  Song^-"The Midshipmite** Mr, E.  Wtlliams.  Violin Solo���������'-Ssdut D*Amour11. Mr.  G. Lunt.  Song���������"The Sunshine of Your  Smile'7, Mi*s. C. Hindley;  Dance���������Miss E. Towson.  Mrs. Clark and 'daughter, Neola, left  a few days ago for Spokane, where the  latter is to have specialist treatment.  Canyon was rather surprised at the  age limit adopted by the Creston Tuxis  Square football' team, which played"  here on Saturday afternoon, the  visitors bringing out a squad that  wete considerably older thai, the  locals, and were victors over Canyon  by a 3 to 0 score. Geo. Davie refereed  the -match, which was played on the  Fleming field.  for November:   Grade 8���������Olga Nelson,  Miss Louise Bevan, who is in  charge of Division II. of the Kitchener  school, was at her home in Creston for  the weekend.  Bill Belanger of Cranbrook was a  visitor here a few days last week, the  guest of Mr.   and Mn=.~~E. McGonegafi,  Elmo Walby was u visitor at Cranbrook the fore part of the week and Laura Andeen, Mildred Andeen. Grade  Robert Maxwell is taking his place at 6���������Dennis Bush, Beatrice Molander*  the lumber loading platform. Claude    Simpson.       Grade   5���������-Edith  Nelson; Richard Molander,. Clarence  .- *������lrs. Ki -2_������������iiab-3r  \-dny from "Wyttndel  !U_3������_.     -VST*rtl������ h#������!____������  on' .a  J""*.  visit,  m������&  ** ..    aV  *������.*������ ��������� ���������:   .n  thp PAKISH HALL  ORESTON, cm  TiiiirS.,  .Dancingat 9 p.m.  Novelty Music  Novelty Instruments  Novelty Dances  Novelty Things  LAST BAKCE OF 1025,  LSfifiSS u}*J&'d vSHIe til  Swapper estra.  The corps of the CanMdian Girls in  Training of Cieston United Church  took advantage of the visit of Mtss  Fountain of the Ucligious Extension  Society, to stage a Mother and  Daughter banquet In the church base-  merit on Tuesday night. The local  head of the girls* work, ���������Mi6������ Alice  Comfort, presided, and the toast list  of the evening, was as follows:  The King.  "Our Mothers"���������Proposed by Stella  Herdman, responded to by Mrs, B, N.  Holmes.  "The CG.I.T.''���������Proposed by Evelyn  Linn, responded to by Miss Fountain.  -���������MMWMMIIIWWWi-iMilMii-i    ~    ���������'��������� *-r  "The��������� Church*"���������Proposed, hy. Iflnr������  cellii Sanford, responded to by Ruth  Cartwright.  "Canadian CG-LT.*'���������-Proposed by  Ruby Martin, responded by Madeline  Putnam.  The address by Miss Fountain was  particularly practical and appropriate  whllat the other npeakera did themselves credit, considering It was their  first effort of the mart.     Between the  4.  toasts there were mimical ngmbere*,  and thn affair throughout was both  or tii table and enjoyable.  AUCTION SALE  Pastor Harback of" the United  Church -was here for tbe usual service  in the schoolbonse on Sunday.  Mr.' and Mrs. Lindblootn and son,  Elmer, are back from the prairie,  where they /have spent the summer,  and will reside at the Continental  Lumber & Pole Company mill, where  he is working.  The crew that has been at work on  telephone line repair ~ and improve-'  ments the past two weeks, expect Lb  complete the ]ob~by the 5th.  Miss Myrtle Wick holm was a weekend visitor with friends ab "Canyon.  Mrs. Moberg of Canyon was here for  the weekend, the guest of .Mrs. Wick-  liolm  The Alice Siding Musical Party  m'ade their first appearance. here on  Saturday night, at a *hard times dance  in Hunt's Hall.  Miss Signe Nelson  here   for   the   hard  Vivian   Langlois,    ITera^McGooegal*.  STiSriiSiZmr ataSeijGanC^���������iiiiiiSS^O ''A'Ss^sSSSs;  j Clarence Anderson, Ludwig Anderson,  Wesley Blair, Mildred Biair, Dennis  Bush. Clifford Dorey, Clara Hunt,  Vivian Langlois, Vera McGonegal.  Beatrice Molander. Richard Molander,  Marjorie Strong, Myrtle. Strong,  Claude Simpson, George Wickholm,  Olga Nelson, Edith-Nelson.  of  ffl-uniraPR'-i  11 I H ^m W& H ^'''H tM ^R ffl      111   gl , IS  from ALBERTA, to  be sold at  McGreath's Barn, Greston  of  Canyon   was  tiines   dance   on  Miss Bevan, teacher  in Division 2,  reports as fallows:   Higheft standing.  Grade 8���������Nettie Androsoff, John Nelson, Grace Strong.   Grade 2a���������Celin a  Langlois,    Hazel  McGonefral.   Myrtle  Anderson.  Grade B���������Marie Arb.Mary  Androsoff,  Charles Bush.    Grade 1���������  Dorothy Hamilton, Laura Androsoff,  Eva Arb. Perfect attendance���������Myi tie  Anderson,2&-i&urn   Androsoff,   Nettie  Androsoff, Mary Androsoff, Eva Arb,  Marie   Arb,   Charles   Bush;   Wilbert  Dorey, Margaret Hamilton,   Mildred  DamUton. Dorothy Hamilton, Oelena  Langlois, Hazel  McGonegal, Douglas  McKee. Henry Nelson, Grace Strong, '  Lawrence Strong, Burrell Swanson.  on  SaV y  "s  at ONE p.m. PrGiiipt.  Duo iu a generous ua.-jih contribution from W, XL Wilson, head  al tho Urowa Nest j^asa-^jpoa'i Oom-  pany. it hns been possible, to eeeuro  in, $1200 X ray int-dUma for th������  Fernie hospital.  These Horses are well matched  and bro^e single or double.  From 5 to 8 years old, and  2000 to 8200 per team,  Saturday, and during her .stay  was &  guest of Mrs. Wulby.  Fiank Romano and Pervln Comeau  were in from Hunt's catpp for the  hard times" dance. A Monette, R.  Millar and Ed. Reustrom were In  from Strong's camp for the "hop.**  Miss Bena Nasi und was visiting  with Cranbrook friends tost week,  returning on Sunday.  Mrs. Gordon Burns, who has been  seriously Ul for some time, has been  removed to the, Cranbrook "hospital-  She was accompanied hy Miss Ellen  Andeen, who was on hwr way to Kim-  berlcy to spend a few days with ]}_rt..  W. Barr.  A party of Kitchener people made  up of R. McFarlaum, Mr. and Mrs. G.  M. Graham and Mr. and Mrs. N.  Joyce, motored ten Creston on Frida.y  l night for the "Ten Command ononis"  film nhr-wi" nt the^Grand.  B. A. McKowatk of fche Sash tk  Door Company, was a business visitor  here from Cranbrook cm Monday,  making the trip by auto.  Rev. a, Robinson  Evangelist  Assisted by  Miss Grunert  PIANIST  will conduct a Big  Revival , Service in  on  No Reserve,    iorms: uash  J. F. STERNBERG, Owner  aro    hav ing   ������  with    tb-J- de*������r  venison   being  Kitchener' hunters  little better luck now  some line samples   uf  taken Liid inu.tt.lu Uhj  Miss Randall, principal] ot Kitchener  school, has isauc'l thn following report.  Va.a_.%.������.^.  Dec. 11  s  EIGMT p.m.  *1SFw*|a #* (1^7 _���������    __ ^  and a Welcome for all. THE    REVIEW,    CRESTOX,  i������������<dnr__fi rnffiM  Gpnfi4ence���������r-A National Keystone  Evidence accumulates of the tremendous impetus wliich the 1925 crop of!  Western Canada is giving to business throughout the length and breadth of the  Dominion, while paving the "way for still greater increases and expansion.  Almost every cls.y the daily newspaper** tell of sonie new record established.  Both the C.P.R. and Canadian National are loading larger numbers of cars  daily with grain than ever before in. their history, with the result that the"  stream of wheat pouring into the terminal elevators is surpassing anything  hitherto experienced in this country.  The Saskatchewan Co-operative Elevator Co., the largest initial wheat  handling company in the Dominion, if not in the world, recently took in 1,200.-  000 bushels in one day,-where as in. no previous year did it quite reach the  one million bushel mark.  Another most gratifying feature of this year's crop is that the actual  yield per acre is not only coming up to the earlier estimates, but, taken on  the whole, those estimates are being exceeded. In the matter of grade, too,  the out-turn is highly gratifying, this year's crop grading, higher than in any  previous year. Not only is a very high percentage of contract grades, but  at least half of the.contract grades in Saskatchewan is reported as No. 1 Northern.  The large increase in wheat production in Canada this year, the satisfactory yield per acre, the good grade, and the substantial price is becoming well  known throughout the United .States, .where the crop this year has fallen  away below the average. As a result a movement of United States farmers  to Western Canada has already begun.  The 1S25 crop has also provided a final and conclusive reason for such an  old established concern as the Hudson's Bay Company to take active steps to  carry into effect its pre-war policy of extending operations throughout tho  West. The H. B. Company has, therefore, commenced building operations  on a new f 5,000,000 store in Winnipeg, is enlarging its store in Vancouver,  lias purchased additional property to provide extensions at Calgary, Edmonton and Saskatoon, and has just concluded the purchase of an extensive site  for a store in Regina.  These are some of the outward and tangible evidences of the renewed  confidence in Western Canada which is now felt by everybody. That, restored confidence is, in fact, the most valuable asset of all. It means more  to our people and to this country and its.future than all the millions of dollars of new wealth which the crop itself represents.  While the West was passing through, the past few trying and difficult  years, there was an aH too general tendency towards pessimism and in the  direction of decrying the country itself. ��������� When times are rather hard, and  people are looking at the blue side of things, they are apt to forget that all  countries have periods of depression, and that every year cannot be a "good"  your. This year's crop, however, has demonstrated that Western Canada,  as a country, is all right, and as a result the people are taking he&rt. There  will be no boom, But there will unquestionablj* be a newer and firm confidence.  And .confidence is, let it be repeated, a real and vitally important national  asset. Lack of confidence on the part of the people of Canada Individually  has, in the past, been an outstanding national weakness. Ih the planning  and execution of great national undertakings Canadians hare displayed confidence, but all too frequently in their individual capacity and enterprises they  have been timid and fearful to venture. Such lack of confidence has been  more In evidence in the East than "in the West, although this section of the  Dominion ha.*- not lacked croakers and prophets of blue ruin.  This year the West ia not only proving to its own people what it can do,  but it is demonstrating to all Canada and the world at large that under normal  conditions it can provide rhe means to keep all the wheels of industry turning.  Supremacy Of the Air  New .British   Seaplane   is   Capable   of  Great Speed  The Napier S-4 which is the secret,  seaplane built at Southampton for the  British entry in the. Schneider, air cup  race at, Baltimore, is now ready for  shipment to the United State's. The  utmost secrecy *s still preserved, but  it is capable of speed of considerably  more than four miles a minute. The  machine has monoplane wings built in  one piece and no fabric is used, the  only materials being metal and wood.  The propellers are metal and tlie design throughout is entirely novel. The  British^hope not only to win the cup, ,  hut to gain definite air superiority.  BEAUTIFY IT'.WITH  ^DIAMOND DYES"  Just   Dip  Each 15-cent package , contains direction^ so simple any  woman can tint soft,  delicate shades or  dye rich, permanent  colors in lingerie,  silks, ribbons, skirts,  w a i sts, dressers,  c o a t s , stockiugs.  sweaters, draperies,  coverings, hangings  ���������-everything!  Buy Diamond Dyes���������no other kind���������  and tell your druggist whether the  material you. wish to color is wool or  silk, or whether it is linen, cotton or  mixed goods.  The first steamer of the Swiss navy-  was built 97 years ago bj* an American, Edward _ Church, who then was  the United States consul in France.  When A������f.hma Comes do not despair.  Turn-at onco to the help effective���������  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy.  This wonderful remedy will give you  the aid you need so sorely. Choking  ceases, breathing becomes natural and  without effort. Others, thousands ot  them, have suffered as you suffer-but  have -wisely turned to this famous  remedy and ceased to suffer. Get a  package this very day.  "AS.  a^���������"������ with water to the  Mix o-ee-. = ������---*jr j-^ paste. Ada ~������"*~,-,  consistency ot a "Yu������kness l9 obtained.  until the desired **������cX^cd ������*** with  If a milder lavorij  desn-cO {^.every  milk-   M"** ������������ustard  meal-  Can You  THE LAW OF AVERAGE SAYS  ���������- 89 c/o  OUT OF 1 OO FAIL-*  Why Buy Speculative''Securities That Have No Eai-ning Record And  No Market Value .When YOu Can Avail Yourself Of pur  PAY IN A YEAR PLAN  Which   Enables   You   To   Buy   Sound   And   Seasoned ..Securities'-  That  Have  Long-Established   Dividend 'Records'* And "A  Very  Active  Market At All Times.      Small Or Large'Accounts Accepted.  $500 invested With Us On Our PAY IN A YEAR PUN ^  Will Buy For Your investment Account :  5 SHARES Bell Telephone, Common      . -        $705    PAYING 5.6 f>  IO        -"���������'���������.���������: Canadian Car Foundry, Pre*. $SOO -"        8.9 -.is.".  IO        ���������". Steel Ol Canada, Common     -        $890 "���������      "7.5 <:&  Above Securities Possess An Unusual Degree Of Safety Plus Extraordinary- Profit Making Possibilities. Assuming The Market On Above  Shares Advances 20 Points,"Profit  On  Your Initial  Investment Would  Be $500 Plus All Dividends. ,      . .  For Further Information And Details Of Our "Pay In A Year Plan"*  Send In Coupon Below. (Financial Agents wanted to net as our.'local  representatives.)  ���������     MAIL THIS COUPON .   Burnett Sainte Claire & Co.,  Investment Bankers, Date    Canada Cement Building,  Montreal, Quebec.  Dear Sirs: ���������   '   ���������  Kindly send me details of your "Pay In A. Year Plan" without obligation on my part.      I am interested in following securities:  IL  Name   ..  Address  City   ..  f:  Most people believe that, diamonds  will not wear out, yet those used in  fine glass . engraving establishments  wear out within six or eight weeks-.  New  Hoi stein   Sales  Service  Prospective Buyers Notified Where  Cattle Are  For -Safe  Th*-- Holst-'in-Frleslan Association of  Canada, through thoir tTloldraan, Mr,  R. M. Holrby, Port Perry. Onr.. are  '.rnvklin-* a special sab's serrlce for  P'-o_-p������-cti--'" l������uyos"_- of Ho]sir-in cattle,  It. !j-- intended io Ijoip. "he small breeder by l������-*ni!_32 pro.-j"-*''tive huy^r.- know'  v/.K-r*-.  oat*].- rt rf   for .-���������;_������ 1 p.  Tha-- fi.-Mmar. will vi.cj.. op tabli Riled  h.*-r.1.. and rr-^r-r.. on r 1 >.-��������� 0,11.1 le offorrxl  for "���������al'-.. as far <���������..-��������� humanly pops I hie. in  on\'--r to gj������������������-��������� buyers 'lffti.1i>*- Information on tho quality .mil breeding of t.h������*  Crl-Tla--  off'-rcil.  Makes Good Impression  Tlm ri'i'-n ar.*! wr-mr-n who ;.;��������������������������� 3if"tlng  tho world iipwiird anil nnwrird ar">  ihn.s>' -vim -"nrf '���������r..t*e .'_-.or>-' than orlil-  oiv-o  J.   H.   Woods,   of   Calgary,   Receives  Rousing Reception in New Zealand  A wonderful impression was made  on the people of New Zealand by J.  H. Woods, president of the Canadian  Press and a delegate to the Imperial  Press conference now being held in  Australia.  "He is tho best speaker of the dole-  Ration," states a New Zealander, in a  private letter received from Auckland.  "At tho Now Zealand Government  banquet to the delegates, Mr. Woods'  voice '.shooVjj' the building,' and mon  leaped front their seats to cheer," the  writer adds.  Painless and perfect in their action.  Miller's Worm Powders are always a  safe and reliable remedy for children  who show symptoms of worms. These  symptoms are easily recognizable in a  feverish restlessness, frequently ending In convulsions. A point of notable importance is that after Miller's  Worm Powders have expelled the  worms,  the  stomach  and  bowels  are  toned  tion.  up into  a very healthy  condi-  A Tale  Of Shipwreck  is  Granite Is called tho Mother Rock  because it is tho lowest rock in tho  earth's crust. Granite shows no evl-  'lenr-* of niihiia-il or plant lire.  :UreP  r-------~j-������-  lSfc?>  >'r-r  i  **^**j������^2���������  c.p/A:/(f    a]IK   <crJa.  ���������������-%*  V  Bottle   Message   of   Tragic   Import  Found After Many Months  On a little island in tlio centre of the  Indian Ocean, far from-the steamship  lanes, may be lying the hones of five  seamen, saved from drowning when  the Mary A. Boiling, of Philadelphia,  was wrecked in a storm on "March 18,  192-1, according to a dispatch from  Brussels.  A nurso at a sanitoriuin at Broe-  dono, near Ostcnd, found in tho sands  a bottlo containing lhe following message: "Sailing ship Mary A. Boiling,  from Philadelphia, wrecked in\ storm  March IS, known latitude S3 nasi-, longitude :l.0 HOiiih. Five wore saved but  will starve unless somebody comes  soon. Piou'io notify grandfather, P.  fl. Wood.-. 4.10B Walnut Street. Philadelphia. ��������� For Clod's'salco hurry."  . The hotilo, with Its nu.Hmago of hope,  travelled many t houHimdH of "lilies before J I. was picked up in Belgium,  Spoiled  It All  Just  about- the  time  the   scientists  became hopeful of being able to prolong,the span of human life, the automobile was invented.  Worms in children, if they.are not  attended   to,   cause   convulsions, .and  A group of American tourists recently were entertained three day.**  free-'of'charge, in a Sweden hotel���������but  they-left a tip largo enough to pay 1 he-  bill.        -  It    has    Many    Qualities.���������The .num.:  who possesses a bottle of Dr. Thomas*  often  death.      Mother Graves' Worm j Eclectric  Oil  is  armed  aaginst many  Exterminator will protect the children  jI,s\     lt *-v111 relieve a cough, break a  front these  distressing afflictions.  In England wedding rings, of cheaper grades, are being worn by the unmarried girls, who imagine either that  the sight of the ring attracts-'men, or  that the wedding ring protests them in  public, *  cold, prevent sore throat;'-ii will reduce the swelling from a sprain, relieve- the most persistent sores and  will speedily heal cuts and contusions.  I It is a medicine chest in itself.  From a boy's essay: "The Spbssrx  is a woman with a great head. She  hasn't, talked .for* 3,000 years."  \VvV\  V  MOTFTER :-   Fletcher's  >S*  v  \r  \ V*  toria h ;i pleasant, harmless Suh*  siitiift. for Castor Oil, I'arooorir,  ToelliJuff   Dro|>:i  .'inrl   SiJOlIiin^   Syrup..,   ������,*.,[*<*.���������.ally   fjrcp.-ircd   for  Jiihuit:'  ill annti  and  Lu.iiiirt.*n ail aj-je.--..  To uvoi<l iinitaii������iti'-w ..thrnyi look  i'or th-* Nii'iialiiri! ot   C-/hr^J./'x/Qfe<^J^tA.''.  iVovt-n (lirccrif.iv. nn  e.'irli  p.v.i.rifn'.    i'liytaiiiaiii. i-vci"yvvlu*rt*  rccomrncntl it.  -    MMMM.       mlmm-mjWMOU >._i��������������� W  Minard'a  Liniment for Colds  Tlilef Returns Valuable Watch  A yuiii" ago. burglnr.s enlored the*  homo of .IC. F. Do Bowor, Chlciigo,  fire.-jldoni of I lie .Yiiiorlnu) Aeitdoiuy or  I.o(h-i*H, through ;i window iiiul slolo  lowi'lrv, Inoli.dlMi' n ojwclHlly niiolo  !f������ao wflnl wui-'l. I hut oniibh-d AIi-h, Do  laiiWi-r, who Im hHiiil, In loll Iho iJiuo.  Tlioi'j. wiih ,*'iild lo he only ono other  Will I'll ll.'e It In Chica'co. Tho oilier  niglii tlie Hiiiue window wns i-alscil find  a |������;u!c iga- piit-lii-il 11inni!",h. !i t^u-  laJiu tl lip* wiih h ami thin note: 'Mom  Connor.i Im dioiiiM. \san -.*. ou to have  iju-  aanj  i'J'������.>   mm   jinn. j i i s  )>���������'������������������  rviin.-ird'R  Liniment  for Sore  B.ick  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians foe  4  Colds       Headache       Neuritis   ���������       Lumbago  Pain Neuralgia       Toothache      Rheumatism  ���������������ll������W-_-W_ll__lll������ll1IMr|_l|l____������______Wa.W_illlll������IMIII������  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  ^^^^g^,^^^^^^^^^,^,,^^  mm^m^m%4mmm\mmmtmmMmmw^^  Accept  only  "Bayer"   pack^ga  which contains proven directions.  naiad-.'   "Tkiycr**   ho-.c-!3   of   32   laUlnU  Also bottlcB of 21 and 100-���������DnajjgiatH.  W  i:.  JlR.ilrln "it ilu* ifa.li- uiati <i.>Klsi������*ri"(l In Cniiinan) fit HuyiT M'utiiifnf.iiiro o" aiiuiti������i-i������ll<-  ���������triaeutt-r of .MaIIc>II.'jj.jIUI (Aeotyl Ntill-ijrllc Aclil, *'A. M. A."I, Willi.' II In *v.tll Imiowii.  tlittt A������|ilrlu nit'-iii-i liny.'** miuiiifwciurf. io uiwim Ui<- i.nMln njculiviil innltiviloi"**, Oio Talik'tw  et ISayrtr Coh>j>mu/ win K.- ^tajAjMra wlUi   Uielr i;cucral irailo m.mrk, tlit.   "Unyt-v Cvq-j.,**  ^aa^aww*^aaa,i.(.Jw^.^a^waM  a.aaia_aa*ft*  m^^0*a^mM^fk^m^^  1*1  mm THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    Q.  T"%    l_l  ni  _-^������  Public Shooting CJrounds^ And  Wlore   Bird   Sanbtuaries Have  ,   Been Establiskec! On .prairie  The department of the interior has I  recently sot aside a number cf public [  Fattening Poultry In Crates  Beef  Raising  In   Canada  Profitable  .Age and   Weight  of  Cattle {  For Slaughter  Dealing with tho most profitable  age and weight of cattle the bulletin  on-"Beee Raising^ in Canada," publish-  edby the Dominion department of agriculture, remarks that the days of the  heavy bullock are past and that ihe  suooting groahdri ut  tin; prairie prov-��������� 'Fatten inn " c>������   ���������     m/-*..   ������������-      ,   ���������-       ,     "I .  " ���������      "~      J ���������i'luuuuuJ   ���������>"UIL**U"  laces, and has added eleven bird sane- ! SD' !' J"lxed   MaSheS  ���������S"      StUl  th" ���������^ ox *��������� c^~  tuarios- lo   those   alreadv   oslablished! Determine       Value       of fnand a good price for the export trade,  there.      These actions ai*e not contra- j      a ,  Ro.ihfl .��������� T? 1������?* Provided he is of good beef formation  dictory   but   complementary   parts   o������   m.*Jf    srn^ ?tChG���������n' ***"*'[***  ���������H   ^ttcd.       Finish i.s   what  is  the general  plan of    migratory    bird : conducted Tw    ,    ,   <������Pe���������^t  was   lookedyor da   tho  market  and i.s   as  conservation.      Migratory    birds    are! 1������^ ���������'    f^T"    ,���������    .raUpnm������������ucU    V-eeiatod     in   the   butchers'  deemed   so valuable  from   the   stand- I *2    he r"Iot .? "  crateB | buI,ock ot' 1'100 ���������������������cls ������* ^  the ex-  "ina 1Ue ������stilts are considered  fairly | porter weighing 1,500 pounds.      Apro-  eonc-lu.sivo. " .Six lots of cockerels were | pos of this, a remark in a lucent live-  isec in tho. experiment.      The gain of ) stock branch market report is worthy  points of food supply,  the combating j t.01  of weed and insect pests, and  (so Car Inc.*  lot. one{ with 36 birds in 20 days, fed I of observation,  coruraeal and shorts, was 35 lb. S oz. j receiving    large  Packing houses  are  numbers of 'western.  as   game   birds   are   concerned)   as   a  means of healthful    recreation,    that  Ihey  are   protected  on  both  sides   of | In eaeh of tllfti ot}ler Iots 27 birds were j killers, it; says, but are paying but lit-  the international  boundary under the | uso<i and in the flam<; number of days ! tie attention to any"other than finished  the gains were: L,ot 2, oatmeal .and j .cattle. Most, of the finished beeves  barley meal, 36 lb. 4oz.; lot 3, oatmeal-marketed by up-to-date Ontario 'feed-.'  and shorts, 26 lb. 3 2 oz.; lot 4, barley ! ers are from twenty to tliirty"'months  meal and shorts, 32 lb. 4 oz.; lot 5,; old. and weigh from 1.200 to 3,100  oatmeal .and feed Hour, 24 lb. 12 oz.; 'pounds,  lot 6, barley meal and feed flour, 21 lb. }  zens and, further, since an important j & oz       A��������� maBilcs were mixed, says  factor in attaining those objects is the, 1he  superintendent  iu   his  report  for  co-operation   of   sportsmen,     it     was ,'1921. with enough buttermilk  deemed advisable to prevent the com- la baiter  piete '"alienation,   of  such   Dominion'  lands  a.s offer  facilities   for shooting, j  and    this    haa    been done by setting i  terms of the migratory birds treaty,  entered into b3* Canada and the United States in 1916. As one of the objects of keeping up and increasing the  numbers of game birds is to provide  healthful recreation for our own *citi-  (o make  Feed flour, he adds, makes  To  Grade  Rams  In  Manitoba  XJp.ique Exliibit &.t ^W'emfcley  Skpws   Quality   And Range  Or Canaaas Forest Products  New   Wheat  Disease  "Take-All"    Disease    Has    Been    Discovered   In   Different  Parts  of the   -  West  A fungus disease known as "Take-  All of Wheav," has been found in the  wheat fields of Northeastern Saskatchewan during a survey bs* the Dominion laboratory of plant pathology  under Dr. W. P. Fraser, Saskatoon..---.  The disea-ie varied in severity, many  fields being free or showing ohlyr a  trace of the. disease, while others  showed 10 to 50 per cent, of diseased  plants, says.-Dr. .Fraser. It hag also-  been found in wheat fields not far  from Edmonton, and has recentlyheen  reported from Northern Manitoba. As  far as is known at present, the "take-  all" diseasey is' confined to~tlie park  ���������counti-'y,  only' traces   being   found   in  Canada's pre-eminence as tlu- '"softwoods storehouse %j������ i.he empire" is  forcefully impressed on the mind of  visitors to the British Empire- exhibition at Wembley, England, by the  large and comprehensive exhibit of tho  forestry branch of the department of  the interior.  Canada, with her more than one million square miles of timber lands covered with foresits containing .about 150  tree specie.--, produces the finest structural timber in the world as well as  woods.'for'"many other industrial purposes; and this* fact has been otriking-  ly brought out in the YVi-mbley display.;' y   ,  Prominent in the exhibit is a wonderful array of .184-panels of 40 different woods; most of wliich it is demonstrated . are obtainable in large  quantities. : The woods are grouped  accordingto. character, each group be-  aside, perman'ent public shooting,  grounds in suitable localities.__ These  shooting grounds aro situated as follows: Six in Manitoba, twelve iu Saskatchewan, and thirty-two in Alberta.  The difference in the numbers in the  various province*-; is compensat t-d for, j  generally speaking, by the greater size j  of the individual areas in Manitoba;  and -Saskatchewan., as compared with]  those ih Alberta.    .    -.-���������--.  It is well known to sportsmen..and  bird lovers "hat the prairies and great  plains  regions  contain  the most im-  ; Work Will Be Done By Dominion Live-  i stock Branch Graders       ,  a sijeky butter, and the birds do not j TIie annUul ,-aU sale o������ the Manitoba  take to.it readily. Shorts and ground ; gheep and s%viue Breedera* Association  oats and barley are procurable on j hafli bl3ell seL for October 21 and will  most farms, are not expensive, amKj ,ak��������� p|aco at Brandon'' Winter Fair  give sat is easily gains. I Building  as   usual,   announces   Secre-  l tary J. H. Eettio.  Pure-bred boars and ranis will be  sold,���������'pure-bred female stock and also  grade stock if offered.  An.innovation this year is the grad- j  ing of rams according to the st.ar*sys-  tem in use in ' Saskatchewan."' All  rams offered for sale are required to  be graded by Dominion livestock  branch graders-, and'-must be of'three  Pasture  For Pigs  Use   of   Pasture   is   Found   to    Effect  Saving  in  Grain  and   Produce  Better Results  In    comparing    the results oi* tests  made  at the  Kos'thern, Sask.,  cxperi-  ' mental station, between the self-feed-  the prairie region.-  "The disease is caused by a fungus] ���������g separated  by various  exhibits  of  which  attacks  only  the  underground  parts of grasses    and    wheat,"    says  structures and articles made of these _  particular woods.      As part    of    this  be killed or the injury to the roots or  base of the stem cause the plants to  be stunted. The disease, is most  easily noticed at the 'time the heaitliy  wheat .plants begin to..":, ripen ._��������� It  usually occurs in spots, where the  plants<are- much stunted arid of a pale [  on the con tin snt  speaking    roughly, -   the  provinces  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  U    Uti.5C   Ul    IUC    J������CU1   J[a    UCVa; CU, J. ������������v>  J       -.--:         .        .. -7      ���������  .ver part of the stem, or just below :and  the  steam-loggers,  e surface of the. ground, is dark or | paintings tell, the'story of  immemorsal providvu: toon anrt socur-. -.    .   ..  *l   ��������� <���������    v.-.. , -   __.���������'��������������������������� ^ ������������������ ���������' 'a. ' ,-     ,   x.   .   ,      tuat   the   pig������_   on   pasture   were  vcry  1 ty: forrnll-��������� kinds ol water I owl, -but the! *        .       .,. . ��������� _   . ;  - .,,        "r-      .. _���������  * .smooth and unilorm in degree of finish  ��������� progress-.of.-settlement,,-with, tho con-1   ..        ���������,!..,__.      -     '.,  ������������������* y     ,    .   y 7 ,^ ..when  marketod.-vi-hereafe  lhe animals  sequent    draining    of    swamps    ?*n������ 1.     .      .   . ��������� -    ...  ��������� ���������:���������������������������     , _, .���������=���������������������������'��������� 7-"--.-:-,   "��������� -A ,    1 in dry lot were quite unthrifty m ap-  marshes, tends steaoily to reduce the] .  ������������������������������������:.'       -.������       . ,       , pearance aud presented a great vana-  area-Of these-breeding grounds, there-'.    v  .       . ,  _   . .      ,  .,       , _^  ,-..������������������-., .        ,. ��������� -,----'������������������" ., ,  ..      , 1 tion m siao and finish at  tho close of  by lessening the number of wfid fowl  and even threaten ing the extinction of  so������w<;* species. To prevent such an  occurrence suitable areas havo. boon  set aside as bird sanctuaries, ihat is  places where birds are suitably protected and may thus increase in numbers. The department of the interior  has established seven sanctuaries in  Alberta and eleven in Saskatchewan;  and in Mnnitoba the federal for*yst ro-  serves have been made game prc-  srve.s under, the provincial game act.  lies ides those, the Dominion Government has a number of s'lnetuaiies in  British Columbia and'������������������Eastern Canada,  all-of the foregoing being administered  through the Canadian National Parks  Branch or-^he departmont, Tho provinces concerned have vco-op������-ratod in  respect to thebO refuge.--,', nnd in addition othor uanctuarios have becji '**s-  labll.shod   by  white  color, .while' the healthy plants  are green.      The heads are small-and  j the kernels are absent or much shrivelled.      As maiiy: Of the wheat  seed-r  lings   have   been  killed  in   the   early  stage,  the  wlieat is  thin in the dis-  jeased spots.      There niay'be many ot  I these spots in a field.      The diseased  wheat is easily pulled out, as the roots  and base of the stem is decayed.    The  low  the  black  in  color.       This   dark   coloi* is  usually best seen by^pulling away the  ,slieatl������.      Sometimes small dark spore  cases   may   be   seen   attached   to  slieatjis or roots.  - "While the disease is seriousi thei'e  is no need Tor alarm. From ail the  evidence obtained, it seems tlie disease is present on native grasses, aad  when the land is bi'oken it passes to  wheat through the soil.      There is no  in the air,  Infection  cio. i1he WOlU ������f foUr ������l 1he animal ^"'s hakes place only through the soil, so  .Bears    Menace    Stock    Farming    ;������t half the cost.      The implement, in- [.that the spread from field to field, ex-  vv on -rape produce by pigs  with the  self-feeder on dry lot, tlie superintend- j or two-star standing  ,  , . ent  found   the  pasture  lot  made  0.29 j     It is pointed out in connection with {  portant breeding grounds for wild to wl j ^^   Mgher  gai_.   daily Vllile   con. | the swine section that breeders from)  Tins .-ireaombiaces, ;KUn?ins 1Ql  less  poumis of meal per ! the United States are expected to at-  *��������� j pound  of gain.       The use. of- psLsture. j. tend the sale in larger numbers than  he  says, not  only  resulted in  higher ; has. been usual, thus giving an oppor-  of    good    breeding  and a strip of territory jilong the nor-7,   .. . ,    ...     .   . , , .      .,   -        ,.  .---���������������������������":.��������� . ... daily gams and .affected a greater sav- I tunity to dispose  them border of the contiguous part ol7;'      . .    -,    . .. _    ...       ���������_ .  .    ~   i "      ,   . ,-i  __. .,    ,   nj '������������������������������������ TT. _   y ,    .   Jing 111 grain, but it had a .beneficial ef- j.stock in greater quantity,  .the. United  States.       Here thousandsT,    ,   .      ., , 7    t.-, ,   .->   -,-. ���������  ..,,.���������'.���������.      .. feci, on   the general health and thntr, 1 -���������������������������   of marshes'and-reedy lakes from lime. . ��������� 1 ���������  !.or_the jugs.      .11. is also worth noting  .   Horse Has Another Rival  Work  of  Four Done  By One Cylinder  Motor Plow  The  horse,   rapidly being displaced  in cities and on farms by automobiles  Dr. Fraser.      ':Tlie young plants may j Mature  of the  exhibit  great rolls   of  Canadian newsprint are shown- Near  by is a group of giant timbers which  includes two solid blocks of Douglas  fir, each twelve feet high and practically five feet square; a segment of  Douglas fir "eleven feet in'.-.diameter,  and a timber sixty-four feet long, sixteen inches wide, and eight inches  thick.'.-. 77 .    ��������� y'-"-'.  The history of Canada's forests is  al so-eloquently told on the walls, above  the panels and Avail cases, in a series  of stage settings,���������:showing the'growth  of the lumbal- industry throughout the  past four ca'nturies, the stages of its  development being represented by the  explorers, the pioneers, the raftsmen.  Four mural  the journey  of the log from tire forest to the mill.  and two large pictures in wood mosaic  depict lumbering" scenes    in    Western  the I Canada.  In the 'industrial, section is exhibited a comprehensive group of ar.tieles  manufactured from wood, ranging from  tin? lest.  jand-tractors, lias a powerful rival in a (spread from* plant to plant  i one-cylinder   motor   plow,   said   to   do |,lB    _lt    the    case ot rust.  Islanders      Consider      Appealing  ,   Japanese Qovernment For Aid  It   is   reported   from   Nemuro,   llok  "'   It reduced on an English farm, is read-  to ; ily handled by one man, and owing to  jits compact construction, can be driy-  cept iny soil or stubble transfer, is not j  probable. ��������� -      -.-���������  ��������� en   into   corners   and   close   to   fences -  kaido,   that   bears   aro   increasing   so'generally in-accessible to horse-drawn r'  rapidly in Yotorop, the .largest island J tools, resulting in increased planting  in tlio Kurilo group, that ihe inhabit--space and a saving of hand work to |  ants are seriously considering appeal- j turn the soil. It; require.-- little aliening to the ,1apanose Government for ; tion for upkoep and consumes a small  aid. It is" variously orUimatod Ihal: I supply of fuel, besides relieving farm  there aro now between S.000 and 10.000 j hands of the constant care required  hours on the island.  Hundred's of horses, and faulo aro  killed nnd oaten by tho bear.* yearly,  it is sjiid, and, unless something is  done (o extv'riiiinate the bruin-", it is  feared   .stock   lit ruling _ on   tlio   inland  by draft animals.���������Popular-Mechanics.  will    have    to    bo    discontinued. "   A  provincial .govornmi'-ntfi, I houiily of 15 yon Is at pro:-onf?.i\ou .'or  Canadian  Foxes  Fo*r Norway  Ship  stud in-some chhos by prirate Individ-' each   bear  killed.  uuls, all of ihom assisting in lhe con-j     stervntion    ol'  jh\*  Imporiant natural j^jtlerinau    .soienii.sis   have discovered  refioui'co. '  New Specie-* Of Gladioli  Con.������.ld..-i,ublo progress has boon  snado during tlie past few yosir-s by It.  M. l'tilnior, ut (Jowlch.in Bay, in B.C.,  iu Iho cultivation and propagation ol  now specie*- of gladioli. In his gni'-  diMi. Air, Pal 111 or has at present growing about. i'50'dlflYrenl yailelios, bulbs  having been sci'iired from all parls ot  lhe world, even Central .Milcu coii-  U'JbuiIng ll.s'niiota ui ihis wonderful  collodion.  Whont Pool Conlracts  " As aii  ox:iinj������lo of iho m;ir"i>ini(lo <i|  Sho   work   h'-iji}.   done   by   iho   Canada  <."<ilnnlv.li 1 ion  ,VnhO������*i.H Ion, it  in worih>  t>r  nolo  thni.   iho  largest  eoitlraois  m j  iho   |.resent   vlnai   and   t'ourso   i*rain j  jiunl in ,Sask ttiMiewiin, won* t-J.'.n-'il up j  by  gi'otipri oi  Moiin������������iiii������������s    localo������l    on J  land:- tlirivu.rh the medium ol" Iho n.jj'o-  elaiion, w* 11 ir��������� 11 jiroporiles aro o\pe<*io<i  fo   deliver   a   tiu.U'l- r     of    u     mlllloii  Iiii.sIi.-1m ol   wheal   lo ilie pool.  * *���������-*��������� -  I  lie  who  i,;  rorry  for having sinned >  i,"   ;"!-.5-vt    hK''f. t;l.  'a process whereby lobsters miiy be  colored any hue to fit'tho color .scheme  of a dinner.  Pip-5   Has Split Stem  Smokers who find dillleuUy in cleaning  iheir  pipes  will   bo   interested  in  11  now Invention whereby a  pipe  can  be fitted wllh a*- stem that i.s split in  halve.--,   and   so   can   bo   taken -apart ��������� ly  easily   for  cleaning,    . The  two parts i  are hold tightly together by a decora- \  live    metal    band    Ihat screws on a  threaded part  of* tho slom nearer the  bowl.      Tho makers of this now pipe  Prince   Edward   I island   Breeders  200 Live Foxes  One of the largest shipments of live  foxes  for export over to leave Priuce  I Edward Island,  left .recently for New  York   for   trans-shipment   to  Norway.  [The shipment comprised  200 foxes iu  all, with a gross value of $-10,000, Several small shipments of animals were  consigned   to   Norway   last   year   and  thi.*! largo order has followed the j*uc-  cess    which    the Norwegian breeders  havo had with^those animals previous-  sent from this country.  -_:**_       "'JWJJij/Zt?"_."������?      'Lrllli^S.AV*'iV       Oi       i W VJ      1 *J+Jri������AZ>w  and giant silos for the storage of farm  fodder, to wooden spoons.  The exhibit has" attracted a great  deal of attention as shown by - the  large crowds which have constantly  gathered about jt and by the many  inquiries made of the attendants, and  also by the numerous articles and  paragraphs that have appeared in the  British press, and- there is no doubt  that in thus making known the quality  and range of Canadian forest products  to the citizens of the empire, Iho exhibit will aid powerfully in the development of this great industry.  declare the slom to be leakprool  Advorlising on postage slumps has  been permitted by the Italian-^Government. The iidverlisors agree to turn  over sixty  per cent, of their receipts  for iho privilege.  American   Agricultural   Editors"   Tour   Dominions  Corn Growing In Western Canada  Saskatchewan .-1    Grows    About    100,000  Acres of Corn  Crop  Corn is steadily gaining in popularity throughout the west a.*, an aid 10  diversified farming and it is ostimalod  that 100.000 acres wore grown in Saskatchewan last year. Although seed  was scarce la-st yvar and iho price  rather high, tho acreage- will probably  be slightly higher this year ihan lasi.  The average acreage of corn grown by  the corn growing fumu r is about ]<������.  Minnesota Number 1*'. and Norih-Dakota While Flint are ill*, brands most  favored in S-i.-1-utchowjin.  Tlu* incrojif-in'g f-ivor with which  corn I-- rognrdeil by tho farmer 3.=t w<-ll  shown by ihe Increasing sale of'corn  prrowirig iinplemoiii.--. In 1920 the  implements sohl did noi attain the  rotal of 10, while ihis year approximately r.O C(.un binders alone woro  Kdld, beside? cultivating machinery.  \  A Long Stretch Of Binder Twine  An idea of ihe h-moju of .".Iberia's  harvp-sliug operation.-* ihi-s year may  Iho gafhor-'d from the fn rt that pn-cif-  I rally two million inilo.^ of binder twine  1 will bo roqali-<"d. an im'foaso (>r ������;n  'per com. over tho quantity il'-ort hist  ':���������-*���������';*.:-. !n r,l!:.i )��������� word -, iv.'. h.������- .-jjoij^li  I will bo iie������il������>d in this prorlnro ,-ilono  flo onclrrlo tlio <������arih tnoro ihan 711  t linos.  rmui'inem  momhoi-H   <���������   lSw, A..i,r!.;m.  Agrhulliu:,!   i-Jdltor,.*   Assoelallou   1,l,���������|ARr���������pl,..t|   M   Vanoouvr  Hun   PaeUlc coitsiul  Ht������.jinii'r. S.S.  Princess Kalhloon, ,lm.| v.i-koui.j  eour.se of ll.Hr tour of the Dominion In comp.my with- Hixt>\ other memher.-s ol  Iho  i_iWi>^t>-n-m>-i>"������MW'  T14,"M0.000 In  United SUtes  Caiutdiun   PaeUlc couslul  Ht,>anii'r. S.S.   Princess  Kalhloon,  durliu*' tholr two diivs* vi-H   t��������� v.,-,,...,.,- .  v,    "r 'Tl     T|U> l,0l,u,a,ion *,r ,,������'* I mit^������l Sinio**  tho eourso or ���������r������r tour of the Dominion in company with- JK\ y J, J    n    ^ ^ ^ ��������� VJ , hhoH^ f"  J"1*���������**    '  W^^^^  Loft   to  right:   T. 1., Wh.'Olei*. rmllnmi  Fj.nnoi-K-  i:���������l,!(> ^\llt.,.l1ri,   ...r lauon. (cordliu; to n nva.-rury d.*p:ir1uit-nt omi-  '-���������'"���������"���������s ���������" "���������"-"-"' A"������'"'"* ""*��������� >'"*"������������������������������������������' ������?'.���������.." ;;^;;;,'::;;r ^i; k^k^^z^tkkir^, i\z "::i::rtr::.:r;,:7  !C. A.  VV  N.  l.'j'Uti  ctilun-ln,  v.eo.pp..sd(,i(:   illMl  a,arUrt  W.  Fotcison,  The Fsim, nn��������� Hnm.h RvrUnv> Cuna(1|:in ,Ui,,,lor ft, ,hj, AAEA   j ^^  ������;������wiB*i������^ mWm\WSmgm^^smm^KSjmJggBSjS^  \  IHB   C-HB8TC1.   BBVlB"  THE CRESTON REVS  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C  .Subscription : 82.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hates, Editor and Owner.  he exceeded the bag limit in either  case. The hunting is good. Bill  opines, the getting only fair to  middling.���������Cranbrook Courier.  High Flying Protested  applications or hot brimstone.  Otherwise we will be deprived .of  the pleasure of tbeircompany later  on. "A little brimstone now and  then is helpful to both, bugs and  men." '."'���������'.  ORESTON. B.C.,   FRIDAY. DEC.   4  ~ 1 "No catchiim" was the answer  returned by Dr. G. B. L. MacKinnon,   William   Steward     and   Bill  '   '     r"''k      ' -������������������������������������| non,    William-   oMJ-varu,    ������uu   _-������.-.  iw������������ht ^utiv mmm *avIIwhiting,  ^^-izg^} *���������H  imniai      b��������� ��������� nr������t������     it-ebb   ���������   ���������_,.������    ���������-������������������__���������   11 -r-r  -   ���������     TF<1_.'<.n      _^.-.      Tr������T_-1<_iTr      l_x.Br,. I  If .11AI   UI filtil THII.I1U on. l  A Great Kill of Ducks  M. K. Harrisoni Henry Hincks  and H. Board, of Howser, passed  through the city Friday night on  their way home after a very suc-  c-ssful duck hunting trip at Koot  en ay Flats. The bag numbered j  close to 400 birds, JVi-r.' Hinton and  "W. A- Idiens, of Nelson, also being  members of the party.���������Kaslo  Kootenaian.  Kootenay Flats on Friday last,  after having spent five days in  quest of wild geese. 4*The honkers  were flying high. As for ducks,  we ran out of Bait. Next time we  go to Creston; we're going to pack  along $100 worth of flypaper. But  I we had a whale of a time. * Whiting is a   darb-'-"at   fryiug   bacon."  And chat's that���������Cranbrook Courier. ;''."..'  Hunting and Gfstting Differ  William Belanger, who spent  several fdays in Creston recently,  returned to his home early���������in the  week. He took a day or two off in  quest of deer and ducks while  sojourning in the apple country.  It is not on   record- however,   that  A Promising Field  Rev.v A. Weir of "Vancouver  arrived from Creston yesterday to  take charge of the Presbyterian  mission in the Slocan. Mr. Weir  is a native of Glasgow, therefore  we hope he is able -to peddle the  right kiud of persuader. There are  several old friends of the editor in  j this   district   who   need   frequent  May be the Altitude  Constable  Geo.    Meade   took   a  man to the mental hospital in New  Westminster this week.    Speaking  about the insane   reminds   us that  the     provincial    government    are  investigating the   whole subject of  the insane at the   present time.    It  is a   rather   delicate, question    to  raise, but are    the   people   of   this  district aware that East Kootenay  sends more inmates to   the   asylum  in   New    Westminster   than   any  other district in   the   province.    Is  it a question of altitude or what?���������  Fernie Free Press.  water - Ken  \  Lister Finances  Mr. Jones asked the Hon. Minister of Agriculture the following  questions:���������  1. What has been_" the total sum  of money spent on the Creston  Settlement Area with interest up  to November 1st, 1925?  2. Whatamount of cash has been  received from the sale of lands ih  this area?  The He n. Mr. Barrow replied  as follows:��������� "'.-'.  "1. $625,612; 89 (interest has not  been charged).  "2. $23,720.65."��������� Votes and Proceedings.  The Improved  Ford Touring Car  AN all-steel body on the .improved chassis, with, a new  l topdesignedtoharmonize -withtbe reduction in height,  gives the Touring Car a grace and smartness heretofore  * unapproached.  Advances in cdmfort have kept pace with improvements  in design.   Placing the fuel tank under the cowl has made  it possible to Sower the scats, giving greater leg rootn end.  added  comfort for  driver and passengers.    Venrilat&c-.  and driving vision, ate improved by the new touring wind-,  shields "the lower half of -which is adjustable.  The side curtains,-generally re-designecLto conform to body  and top changes, add the final detail of touring comfort. ,  "When in. place, the curtains open, -with the doors-, and  combine -wide vision, with lasting durability.  SEVAN'S GARAGE  . EXCLUSIVE FORD DEALER  don't claim half as  much as you will  after yov have owned  Buying Land to Dyke  .  A group of Bonners Ferryy business men have just concluded a  deal for the   purchase of   a tract of  IF you are interested, in the purchase of a Sadie Set drop  see these   machines.    AT WATER KENT   Radio   Sets  represent   the   achievement   of    possibly    the    biggest"  concern in the radio held.  11I1C ATE   BDfl?  LIUIln IL   uiiu-a  ilniimlL.  CHEVROLET MOTORCARS AND  TRUCKS    AGENTS  McIiAUGHLIN-BUrCK  CARS  Tffl    H   H  _P*(_^        HL _"_f_v _"f" H   EI____a ���������I ^^HP^  ta^^   Hf_______9  HS.S WINTER  CANADIAN  PACIFIC  Rail     -     Steamship  to the  I Country  XMAS. SAILINGS  ONTROSE Liverpool  ELITA        C������!*rfe-*-iir_:-Snt5tria!!i|*������ton*-Aiitwerp  ETAGAMA Greenock (Glasgow) LI.e.pool  ONTCLARE Liverpool  ONTNAIRN Greenock (Glasgow) Liverpool  2.926 acres of land,   which includes  _  what is known as the ,Reeder bend,  ���������-_������. near Porthili,   Idaho,   the purch ase  ���������  having been  made   with a   view of 1  1 reclaiming     approximately      2,800  "" acres  of   river   bottom .land.   "The  consideration has   not  ,been    made  public.  It is proposed    to   form    a    new  drainage district  at   once    and    to  proceed   with   the   construction   of  dikes and  ditches   at   the   earliest  possible    moment.    It   is    possible  that enough reclamation   work can  be   dorie     this    winter   and    next  spring   before high   water time  to  warrant the   breaking   of    ground  and... the planting of .crops   for   next  season. !>  The bottom land   included in the  Reeder Bend lays  almost   perfectly  level and   is   protected   from   the  overflow of the   Kootenai   river by  hi eh banks.    It   is   believed   that  this land can   be   reclaimed    at   a  comparatively low cost.    Arrange  ments   are   now ' being    -nade   to  secure   a   preliminary   survey  and  estimate of exppimes and to prepare  a petition for the  formation   of the  proposed   drainage district,   which  will he known as Drainage District  No. 8.���������Herald,  Sloan is confident that   he will Hud  no difficulty in contracting   for the  I yield of more tha i 5000 acres.  His company is contracting for  pea crops on the basis of 3j cetits  per pound and to farmers contract-  at this price an arrangement is  made, if desired, for advancing the  I seed pea.s.���������Bonners  Ferry Herald,  may be   expected.    Next year   Mr. I     Trail has 1529' books  in its pub  *   "         * ���������,:-**   ii*Ki.a������.rr   s������ti*1   siti  hvBraee   of 5!  lie library, and an average of 55  books were taken on t for the; 77  days the library was open last year.  Loyal Orange Lodiia9Noe 2095  MeetsTfllRDTHUkSDAY of  each month' at Mercantile  Hall. -Visiting brethren cordially invited.    .'-���������>-.'  ERIC OLSON, W.M.  NEWS OF KOQTEHAYS  Seed Peas on Flats Land  An effort will be made'Saturday, I certs.  Cranbrook people bought ��������� $126  worth of poppies during the sale of  these flowers at Armistice week. , ��������� - ���������  Rossland council has just purchased a new   plough   and tractor  for ube   this   winter   keeping   the  streets'clear oE snow.  At Revelstoke the rink management will only allow two night's  skating���������Friday and Saturday���������to  children oT school age.  ~ Fernie is flooded ���������wiftrh harvesters  returning from the prairie. * The  Free Press says from, 25 to 30  arrive daily looking for jobs;  At Rossland every house and  shop hi the town, is having ite water taps examined to discover where  so much water is being wasted. -  At Kimberiey the iiew Anglican  church will.not be need for danoing  or any other boisterous form of  amusement, according to the Press.  Rosaland is expecting bigger  crowds than ever ab the hookey  matches this winter. A balcony to  seat 275 people is being built in the  rink.  The biggest theatre in Kimberiey is not big enough to hold the  crowds ���������-.hat turn out for the Sunday evening semi sacred  band con-  SYNflPSISuF.  ANOAIIAMENSMEIP  A ._  LA  PRE--EmPTIONo :'.  Vacant,       unreserved,       _mrv<sy������a  Jrown lands may ba pre-empted by..  British subjects over 18" years ot ase,  md by. aliens on declaring intention  -.0   become   British   subjects,   conditional , upon    residence,    occupation,  and   improvement   for    agricultural .^  purposes.  .Full Information concerning regu-  ations regarding pre-emptions' is  given in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series,  'How to Pre-empt Land," copies of  which can "be obtained' free of charge  by addressing the Department of  -..anda, Victoria, B.C., or to any Oov-  mment Agent.  -  Records wll\ be granted covering  >nly land suitable for agricultural  .jurposeB, and which ifl not timber-  ;and, i.e., carrying over 5,000 board  feet per acre west of the Coast Range  and 8,000 feet per acre oast of that  Range. ���������-  Applications  for pre-emptions are  u  be  addressed to the Land Com-  ilssloner of the Land Recording Di-  isioh, ln which the land applied for  is situated, and ore made on printed  forms,  copies of which  04--- be  ob-  alned from the Land Commissioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and  improveraonta  made  to value  of  $10   per acre,   including  clearing and cultivating at least Ave  acres, before a Crown Grant can be  received.  Por more detailed Information see  the    Bulletin     "How    to    Pre-empt  Land."  ���������       PURCHAft_ ���������  Applications are reoelved for purchase    of    vacant    and    unreserved  Crown lands, not  being tlmberland.  for agricultural purposes;   minimum  ���������.-..-���������      '-. _.  _a_.__u.l_.    \ :  Special Train   to Ship*������   Side at W. St. John  from WFNNIPKO 10 n.m. Iji-c. H unti J St, eoiiiit*ct.ii������ w������..,li  8..*-". M<*i.Hg..������iiu Hi.el H.aS, .Montcliire.  THROlJ'HK.SLEr.PERH FOR OTHKR HAILINOB.  EARLY BOOKING assures Choice Accommodation  For full Information and reHervntimtw hhU imy ������K������ntt of i\m  "A_MJ\DJ/\ Nl :  Hk-'ly:, wl^: 0^li.Mm&! ���������.,��������� ��������� ��������� :*. ��������� -^"'f j :  November   28,   to   contract   with  Boundary comity farmers   for   the  planting of 1000 acres of seed peas.  F.   O.    Sloan,    of    the     Spokane  Brokerage company,    was   in-tho  city   Tuesday   conferring   with   a  number of local   farmers   and   was  so thoroughly   impressed with   tho  producing qualities of tho K.o,oteuai  Valley   bottom   lands   thut he lmd  ai-raiigod to return hero  on Satur  day, when he will meet farmers and  contract for the 1020   crop of peas**  '      Mr.   Blentt nl.rr.tw!  thn* h*   would  like to rod 100 nores planted in this  district this   year  to  demonstrate  the quality and   size   of   the   crop  which may he   grown   on   bottom  lundi-i and on   the   cutovcr Innda nn  well.     He helitivcH   that   the   minimum y������<4<l of tin* bottotn lands will  hi* 2.500 to IJ.OOO  jjaimda   per  acre,  while on thui cm.ovnv   Imndin a ininl-J  mum yield of 1,200 to 1,500 poundB  E. L. Groutago is putting a  $12,000 addition to the Douglas  block at Trail, to be used as a  transient hotel. . It will have 40  rooms.  At the municipal election at  Vernon this year the ratepayers  are likely to vote on a bylaw to  provide funds to ecect a commuriity  hall in that town.  It just   required   one   hour   Cor  Harry Howard of Bounter**" Ferry  to motor out to the shooting  grounds and back,, bringing ������ 220  pound buck with him.  Grcouwood is on  the boom.    Al  ready thia month   a  lawyer  and a  olothcs proBsing establishment have  I opened for business   in   the   town,  I Tho latter also does shoe repairing.  Poison put out in the   fieldh near  Vernon     to    kill  -cutworm**   has  *iJrc_ay trilled off 27 h'oftd. ->f r-t.il.-*.  that happened along later in tho  season to -pHKtura in tiiAfc neighborhood.  price of first-class (arable) land Is $5  por acre, and second-class (grazing) .  land $2.80 per aoro. Further information regarding purchase or leaso  of Crown lands la given ln Bullotin  No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase and  Lease of Crown Lands,"  Mill, factory, or industrial sites on  timber land, ������not exceeding* 40 acres,  may be purchased or loasod, the conditions Including /payment ot  stumpage. ~.  HOMESITE LEASES  Unsurveyod areas, not exoeeding 20  acres, may bo" leased aa homesltes,  conditional upon a. dwelling being  erected ln tho flrst year, title being  obtainable after residence and lm-  provemont conditions are fulfilled  ���������and land has been surveyed.  LEASES  I    l-'or  G~as"ln������r  and   industHal    pur-  ���������pones ������.mn������ no<   exoeedlng 040 acre*  may bo leaa������>d   by one  person  or  >i  company.  GRAZING  Under tha CraBing Act the Province Is divided into Bra-king districts  and the range administered under <.  ftra-sln-f Commissioner. Annual  Krat-lng permits are Issued based on  uumburs rangicid, priority boln^r given  to ostttbllBhod owners. Stoclc-ownor-i  tinav form ajtsoclittlons for ranKQ  munajroraent. Free, or partially n*tv������,  :-<srmlt������i are avallnble for " settlors,  camper* and tr������v������liars, up to ten  "ii-itd. i������ii���������4_r.iranB������������r'iriWB^  IHE  CRESTCfc   B&VEEW  f  ���������a  i  1  seisoii pssness uoiisge  Best Equipped Business College in British Columbia  /.';;;V   TUITION  Sstifid 0������fn***erc*<*l Training in  8  Shorthand,  Spelling,  Tr  "typewriting,    Bookkeeping,    Penmansk  Commercial Arithmetic.,     Commercial  English.   Commercial Law,   Filing,   and  General  Office Procedure.  A British Columbia College for British -Columbians.  The College at which Students either Work or Leave.  Nkw Term Commences,  January 4, 1926  _yH_roAJ*v   -T/l-2  M   Jl������Vi.*������>     tr\*mjlm  FEES only $17.SO  a Month  P.O. BOX 14  Local  Personal  -   Just  arrived   an   exclusive line   of  china for the Christmas trade.    S. A.  Speers. ���������  Provincial police H. McLitren is now  on duty in his new uniform. of khaki.  stetson hat and top boots and -ts  beginning to feel alniost fit home in  his military apparel- which is most  becoming;, *  All that i������ wanted now is freezing  weather to get the skating rink open.  The waiting rooms have been built and  -all the other fixing up done, and next  week announcement will be made of  the charges that will be made for  swason tickets, as well as the hours for  skating.  AUCTION SALE  ICE CREAM���������Special for the week  end,   Ice  Cream  Bricks at 45i������.  pint;  Extra seating is  being provided,  80c. quart, at Ci-eston Bakery.  The village   commissioners   opened  the "tenders foi* the   removal of   the  S.rehall and the erection of an addition  theretoyto,serve-as a council chamber  and clerk's office, at a special  session  on Wednesday night last,     Pour bids  ffor the work were received but as they  were all considerably in  excess of, the I  amount allocate*"   for   the   work   the  matter stands -pending a  rearrange  ment of plans. " ~ ''    .  About forty friends of Mrs. Truscott*  sr.- had her as a guest of honor at a  surprise party at 'the residence of her  son, Bill, on Wednesday evening last,  at which which _whit������t was the feature  entertainment." Eight tables competed with the prize . score**' going tu  Mrs. J. M. Craigie and, "W. E. McAlpine. A very fine lunch was served  and the affair enjoyed, throughout th--  entice-companyV ~~-7'. ~A-.  ���������* *- --;r  * The many who .attended the two  weeks of evangelistic meetings in* the  Presbyterian Church about two years  ago, conducted by Kev. F. A. Robinson* are to again have the pleasure of  hearing him ana his pianist, Mss*������  Grunert, who are announced lo be at  the.Creston United Church ou Friday  evening,  December   11th,   at   8   p.m.  a*������d  will be made welcome.  Clements having arrived from England but a few weeks ago. Mr. and  Mrs. Young...-went west on a short  honeymoon trip and on their return  wilt reside on the Bean' ranch at  Eriekson* which Mr. Young purchased  earlier in the season.  ���������Foi*-  Pianoforte, Organ ana  Singing x^essons  Wapph  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  P.O. Bos76  is  hereby given  that I will,  December, 1925, sell  According to information given out  in the legislature on Monday $50,000  will lie available next year for the  maintenance of roads and bridges in  the Crestou riding. This is the same  vote as for 1925.  For SALE���������Good work mave. 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.  Business was very poor at the office  of the provincial police for the month  of November, when Lhe cash intake  was less thnn $125. $15 fnr shooting  licenses and $40 for auto licenses were  the feature revenue items.  THE PRICE OF EGGS IS GOOD  and wiii be better  ��������� ���������-������������������������������������---���������������������������������������������_���������_���������________������������������  THE ONE ESSENTIAL FOR HIGH PRODUCTION is the  right  kind of   Mash   and   Scratch Feed, with Shell, Grit,  Charcoal, Epsom Salts, etc  THE OTHER ESSENTIAL, is THE RIGHT KIND of HEN���������  Layers, not boarders.    We supply the necessary bigh quality  feed;   the rest is np to you.  Flour, Feed, Sugar, Salt, Gas, Coal Oil, Plow Shares, Barb Wire  ifmtfiLna aurrLi ui_.rui  ________���������_____���������__���������__���������_-���������������������������a-BQB_-N_a-_______n_B_______si___BBBn___B-___-__s_ai  Notice  on the 4th day of  by Public Auction in the Pound kept  hy the undersigned in the Corporation  of the Village of Creston, the undermentioned animals:  1 Grey Mare, no brands.  i Brown Colt, star on-forehead.  Unless released before the above date.  "WALTER HENDY, Poundkeeper.  mml&M 0eY������_f Mmmvy  \9B������o&s Mmi������&  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  . .   ��������� ���������   ���������     '.- .' ���������'���������'���������'���������   ' .'.y J ������������������' .���������'*���������.-'���������-, - ..-.-.  Shoe and Harness Repairing  WATER NOTICE  The Hustlers Ttixis Square of the  United Church.'are moving into their  new quarter*- in the church basement,  the last session in the paint shop taking place-on Wednesday, of last week;  when un interesting programme wtis  put on.  High w������tter mark - for a popular  priced church' dinner was registered'  on Thursday night hy the Ladies" Aid  of 'the ' United Chur_eh -when- they--  crathered in ������82 at their church dinner,  which officially opened the ' church's  new basement.  H. W. McDonald got back at the  first of the week from a business trip  to Pincher Creek, Alberta, And is  pleased to report .that our former  townspeople, -Mr. and Mrs. Stanley  Whittakei*. are still at Pincher, and  coming along the same as usual.  The.United Church was taxed to the  capacity of its seating and standing  space, including tbe lobby, Thursday  night iat.t for the repeat presentation  of the "Matrimonial Agency,*' by the  Canyon Dim malic Club. B'-th* the  play and the musical and literary  numbers were immensely enjoyed by  the large audience, which showed its  appreciation- to the extent of $35 in  the silver collection taken.  Creston had its first ever Sunday  Schoe-l conference on Wednesday  afternoon at the United Church when  the Siibbath school workers of "all  denominations met in session and were  addressed by Miss Fountain and Rev.  E. B. Mci-ean, travelling, secretaries  of the Religious Education Council of  B.C. In-the evening the same speakers  addressed a well .attended young  people's rally in the*same edifice.  The curlers were out in force for the  organization meeting on Tuesday  night at which the following officers  "were elected:  r     President���������Dr. Henderson.  Vice-President���������W. Fraser.  Secy. Treas.���������M.. K, Joyce. ;  JBxet-utive���������H.  S.   McCreath, C. H.  Saihlnerat     *>     R    S3* =s_ nlc:' "    -  To the "executive was delegated the  authority to purchase the club curling  stones, and it ^vas agreed to limit the  membership to 32.. The fee is $10. and  members will be. taken on the line of.  fit st come first put on the club membership iist for this season.  _lcifS  uuiou  8 a f-fi i  in i y  GOOD GRADE, at  S20.b0 TON  HOME GROWN ENQUIRE AT OFFICE.  ~^  GBt^H. O.RODGERS  "    BOX MANTJiFACTtrRER.  U&E AND STORAQE  Take notice that Charles Orin RpdKer8.-(vliose  nddr-388 is Creaton, B.C., will apply for a license  to take and use 8 aorofeot of water ont of Arrow  Creek, which flows, pauthwly and drains Into  Coat Stiver about throo-^uartcrs of amllo north  ot tho Bouth boundary of Sub-Lot 0, Lot 4602.  The storaeo dam will do located at about 100  foot noutli of ArrowCreok bridge. Tho capacity  ottho raBorvolrto bo oroctcd ls about a noco  foot and will flood about one-half aero ot land.  Tlio water will bo diverted from th������ stream at  n. point about 100 foot northerly* from Arrow  Crook bridge and will bo URed for industrial  purposes on tho land described as Sub-Lot Q, of  "Lot d502, G.1, BCD.   Tit!*! notice waa posted on  the ground on tho. 23i*d of November:W2S..  A  .copy of thin notice and an application pursuant  thereto and to the Water Act, 1014, will ho illod  in tho ofUao of tho Water RocoKlor at Noluon,  B.O.   ObJcotionH to tho application may be lllcd  with tho naid Water Hocowlor, or with tho  Comptroller of "Wator Uifflitu, Parltnm-mb Buil-  (Unge. Victoria, B.C.. within thirty days after  tho lir-it oppoaratneo of tlilB notico in a local  newspaper.  Tho date of tlio first pi  S57th November, 1025.  'cola  ��������� ajr   Mtmrnm mmmm mimm    urn mjtmm. mmm m m-^ mmm.'  WATmmZfr NOTICE  aiVER&tON AND USE  Take notico that Charles Orln RcMlgorn/whoflc  luuirotiii is fronton, B.U., will apply tor a lioenao  to take and use i miner*.- inches ot wator out of  an unnamed upsdni; which flotra easterly and  rlr*mln** (Into Arwiw r><-*"*, **l������nuf,firt0 fointnorth nt  Acii'ow Drook brldtfo. Tlio -watei* WilL be aivuro  oil from i;ho stream at a point about 20 feet wont  ot Arrow Crook and 600 fcot -north ot Arrow  Ci-eelc hi'IdRO, and will bo-.mod for dome*, lie and  inaniitrlal piir|>o������o������ upon tho land iloncfibod am  Hub-Lot U of Lot Aim. G.l, K.t>. Thin notloo won  poatod on thq erround on UiottSwl day of Nov-  ������i._bai", W������b. A. uopy of thlH notico and an application pur-m-tnt thereto and to tho Wator  Act will "tx- filed In the otflcin of tho W������ter Ttfi-  cowior. Nelnon, 11.0, CUiJootloiiH to Uio uppllon-  tinii iu*vy bo ftliid with tho turfd VVivler Ucconlou.*  or with Iho Comptroller of Water ItfghtM, Pat.  I lament Ihilldisiart-, Vl-jtorla, B.C., within thlrtjr  t..ui>.������.4__i,cu' Viiu .'...,������.������K.,,i,....._,_..., c* "*,_., :x".'. J tu  a local newnpapor.  O. O. ItO lia RIW. AppHoant.  ������y������.A.M.VOUNG,^retiU  'i'lio dinto of tho IJit-il. publication of thin notlc*.  Ih CTth November, lim.  The most successful church bazaar  in recent. years was staged by the  Presbyterian Ladies Aid at the Parish  Hall when the receipts from all sources  totalled ������212. The Mission Band ami  the Standfast Club had booths und  helped roll up this splendid total.        f-  The ladies of , the United Church  take this mi-Hiia uf expressing 'their  thanks for the many, articles turned in  at their kitchen showeij on Tuesday of  last week, Bverythiiig in theljnt- of  kitchen equipment was leeeived, in.  eluding a range, as well as $10 cash.  Herb Manuel and Bill Hale got  back at the end of the week from  Alberta, where they, hav* been for a  couple of months helping with"  threshing operations. Due to the  prolonged wet and snowy weather  harvest work ' was anything hut a  moneymaker this year.  Geo. Taylor, who a few weeks ago  sold hlH home on Victoria Avenue,"  opposite Holy Cross rectory, to Mr.  Oriilg, has.just p������-rchased the five-acre  ninch of Fans * Crawford, about  opposite the Arrowamith pl'ice. lt Ss  Wtill supplied with buildings und well  planted with berried. The last tenant  on it was a Mr. Burgee.  The Alice Siding Musical Party are  puUiftg ������m luaotEam- of tUch- popular  priced dancr������s in the Pariah Hall on  Thuruday, Decembet 17th, which la  sure to ho well attended coming atthe  end of the school term and will be the  last dunce of the year. Dancing Is at  0 p.m. with inn admission of 50 cents  to ladles, and gcntlomcn $1.  Workmen are bony on the intPiioi*  of the Urifted Church this'week. The  pulpit end 5f it haa been cut away so  as to bring in to use the addition thai  haa bot-n built to It and which will,  take--iivc of tint choir and pulpit and  permit of tho seating capacity being  extended tho full length of tlio old  ho t.1*** in-p. Th#-official itjtmnii.fr will li������  ou Sunday. December 18th, and it *s  exiMt-cbed liiw. B. C FWeuutn of Cran*  brook will preside.  I  Old Country is to purchase'the Money Orders  and Drafts issued- by this Bank.. These are  sold at the-beirt current -rates, aad can be  made payable in the currency of the country  to which they are to be sent./ " "." '  Engineer-^McCulloiigh,   of   Nelson,  -arrived in town on .Monday aud conferred   with    the    board    of   trade's  irrigation  committee that   afternooh  when  arrangements were completed,  and he started work on Tuesday on a  re-survey of the Arrow Creek irrigation project,  and plant- to do all the  tteld work on the present trip.    Chairman  Adlard  was  busy''on   Saturday  and Monday getting signatures on   a  list to guarantee the cost of the survey  and it is gratifying  to note practical  interest   taken  by so   many growers  and business men  in signing up and  making it possible to get a report oh  the undertaking.  Miss Ellen Lunibard and Mr. Hubert  Young were very quie'ily uian-icd at  the United Church parsonage on Saturday afternoon by Kev. J, Herdman,  the witnesses being-Mr. and. Mi-h.  H. Clements, with whorn the groom is  in partnership in the ranch at Eriekson, whilst the bride is a sister of rMr**.  THE CAN^JDIAl^ BANK  \        OF COMMENCE  Capitol Pali Vp $20,000,000  . lieserve _%__d $20^000^000  Crestcm Branch  O. T. S<aimgcour, Manager  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, DSC.  5  cW__^*l������*Q������,*A'te������^  Notes  Branch of this Bank  -undertakes to handle sale notes.  You may discount them or leave  them for safety, and -whichever  you do the Bank will notify the  makers and make colleetsoa.  You may be sure that the notes  ���������will receive every attention.   M  IMPERIAJL  BAJNK  OP CAXtAJOA.  GRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLAN,  JManatfer.  asassa_M  The Photoplay the Prince of  WaloB endorsed ������as "A. Jolly  Good Film."  Betty Balfour  in a Romance of  BeaMiifo.  P  dUKNo ������x bt)., LTOi  fL/trnt.? A T*    tll?Tl/*'W.-������ Jk "MTPCi'  A Mary of the part' our .Men  mlnnmd in the World War.  and the part our Women  played in the Peace.  |TRY OUH|  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brana HAM, BACON ana%LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEEF. JPORK, MUTTON* VEAL, LAMB  r*w m.nr������* nut? A t   pnrrr.xpv POOD  increases egg production and prodtice������ better poultry.    Buy the heat.  I  ���������Nil THE   REVIEW*   CRESTON,   B.    C.
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CRY ALL NIGHT
/
Pimples on Face and
limbs.  Cuticura Heals.
Pimples broke out on the side
of my baby girl's face and later on
her limbs. They itched something
terrible and ahe used to scratch
them causing the trouble to spread,
and also irritated it. Her clothing
aggravated the breaking out on her
limbs and she used to cry about
all night.
"' I read an advertisement for
Cuticura Soap and Ointment and
sent for a free sample. I purchased
more, and after using one and a
half boxes of Ointment and one
cake of Soap she was healed."
(Signed) Mrs. Bennie Shelburn.
4039 W. 119th St., West Park,
Ohio, Aug. 22, 1924.
Use Cuticura for all toilet purposes.
Stasia EssS rres tty MslL Address Canadian
Depot: "Steohoow, ltd, UoatnaL". Price, Soap
��5e. Ointment 26 and 60c. Talcum SSe.
CutEcnra. Sbavine Stick- 25c.
Canadian Archer Wins In England
Belleville,    Ont.,     Man     Makes    Good
Showing " in    Sport    Almost
Unknown   Here
Archery is a --port almost unknown
in    Canada,    although it is  practiced
more-or less in the Unitea Stateswbui ,
in.-England it  still holds  an ' honored
place on the calendar of    sports   .and '
-pastimes.     'Major Farley, of Belleville,
Ont., recently -won the gold-medal -��* '
competition.'with-'Ilie best archers in ,
England and Scotland at London.    At !
Bath ho won the championship oL' the
West   of   England,   receiving   a   gold ,
medal     and     a  magnificent 'Challenge
trophy.       In   another   competition   at
Bath,   Major   Farley   won   tho   speci.sl
prize donated by the mayor ol" the eit*-
Tho  Grand  National was  shot   for at
Oxford     where'    the   Canadian  archoi '
was   also  victorious,   winning  a  huge
challenge   trophy   aud   a   gold   medal -
lour inches  in  diameter, 'which  dates
back almost one hundred years.    ������Various'- other competitions were won by
i Major Farley while abroad.
Tnll* VRlnt Ua f art
i&vua   ivjAj*   __** v*�����*j.
Now Eat Hearty
It''was
Pier-
James Oliver Curw<s>d
A LOVE gPIC'OF THE FAR..N0BIH
Copyright. 1917, by Doubieday,   Page   & -Co.
'BAREE, SON OF KAZAN," a Vilagraph Picture, With Wolf, the War Dog,
is an Adaptation of This Story
" *'A letter wHlcli I read in tHe paper
about Carter's Little Liver Pills fitted
nay own case so closely that I could
not help trying them and am very
happy I" did." So writes Mr. Frank J.
Trumbull of Jersey City, N. Jl. whose
letter goes^on to say, "I had heard
about Carter's Little Liver Pills for
years but never knew they helped overcome poor appetite and sour stomach,
until I read about another man in the
same plight who took Carter's with
good results. I tried them and can
honestly say that they freed me of
nasty gas on stomach, so that I can
now eat without getting bilious, and
they improved., my appetite fully 100%.
You can rest assured that from now on
I will boost Carter's Little Liver Pills
whenever I can."
Recommended   and  for  sale   by all
drue stores.    . "
prmcessv-in
lla-ree.   from
he    sought
the   moving
SYNOPSIS
Nepeese, the Indian
trying to lure the dog,
under the boulder where
to hide, was caught by
stone and screamed in terror. Her
father, Pierrot, the French-Indian
trapper, rescued her. Before that
Nepeese had gone close enough to
Baree to stroke him, and he found she
was a.-friend, not an enemy. But
Baree was still young and untamed,
and again he .fled,'for the sight 0J; human beings was still strange to liim.
CHAPTER  X.
Just as in the life of every man
there is one big, controlling influence, either for good or bad, so in
the life of Baree the beaver-pond was
largely an arbiter of destiny. Where
he might have gone 11" he had not discovered it, and what might have happened to him, are matters of conjecture. But it held him.- It began to
take the place of tho old windfall, nnd
in the beavers themselves he found :i
companionship which made up, in a
way, for his loss of the protection and j
friendship of: Kazan and Gray Wolf.
During this fortnight that followed
Beaver-tooth's exploit on the dam
Baree ate his meal.-- a mile up the
creek, where there were plenty of
crawfish. But ihe pond was home.
Night always .found him there, and a
large part of hi.s day. He slept at.
ihe end of the dam, or on top of it on '
particularly clear nights, and lhe
beavf-i".. accepted him as a permanent
j-ue*-:*. Thfy worked it. hi.- presence
a.s if he did not exisr.   v.
One  afternoon,   when   the  toboggan
r,'ii? i'.ur"iei:I_'*'lv \v<-.. and slippery from
HER NERVES_
BETTER NOW
Received   Much   Benefit  by
. Taking Lydia E. Pinlihann's
Vegetable Compound
recent use, Baree went up the beaver-
path to the top of the bank, and began investigating.       Nowhere  had he
found   the lieaver-smell   so  strong as
oif tho slide.      lie began sniffing'and
incautiously-went..too'far.      In an instant his feet shot out from'tinder him,
and with a single  wild yelp he wenl. i
shooting   down   the   toboggan.        For!
the second time in  his life he   found ;
himself struggling  under  water,   and i
when a minute or two"later-he dragged himself up through the soft mud
to the firmer footing of the shore, lie
had at last a very well-defined opinion
of beaA'cr play.
"After all, was not
cient."
power suffi-
Il may he thai. Umisk saw him.      II.
may  be  that  very  soon  the  story  of
his  adventure  was   known hy  all   the
inhabitant:;    of    Beaver     town.      For
when  Baree came- upon  Tniisk earing
'his "-upper of alder-bark that evening,
1 Umisk   stood   his   ground   to   tho   hi si:
! Inch, and for the first time ihey .-smell -
I ed noses.     At least Baree sniffed audibly, and plucky  little  Unii.sk sal. like
in  rolled-up Sphinx.      That    was    the
jfinsil  cfiin'tt;ing of their friendsdhlp���
i on Biu-Pe'."- pnrt, 3
''Of: l.
.rn 11 ���Cu I
..
Pierrot     still
in   his  prayer.-!
('nr
������'in
Mie
\v ;��� .-
I hail
her <l<-li -I'lJinei' anil  Ibireo was Inline.*   more   and   more   a   fixture   nl
lii'.'iv ���'���r--.'onil ������������ Bush      MoTaggni'f
.    !��'���!' I > �������� I ill/,   a    lit lie   .ye.i-.IIHt   Ol    his.
III
Chatham, Ontario.��� "I started to Ret ;
weak after my second child waa born, ;
.and ....-pt on #<*tlin$_; '
worn*,   until   J  could j CHAPTER XI.
notdo rnvownhour-o-!      ,,.,.,
-a crk and wan ��o bad \     ^l*1'" ''���" lovely Nepr.o._,o was shud-
[ with my nerves that* 'bring   fiver   her   thrilling   expi��i*lonc��
J wa-* afrai.-i to stay 7,,,,.,,,.  Hi,.-   rod. ������-wlilli
alone at any time.  I   �����., ,,   .
had a  girl   working 1 n"':U'<-1
for me a whole year r
before I wa.'- able to :
dorny washing again.
Throuprh  a friend   I '���
learned of Lydia K.
I'inkham'K   Vegctn- 1
bio Compound and took  four bottles of
it.    I gave birth  to a baby ix.v the <1th
day of September, !'>2:>   I am,ntill doing !
111.V own wni-i; wifl w.-iyhing-.     t >f course.
1 don't,   feel  well every dav because 1
don ' t get my rest ,*-._ the bab'v j;. so cro*���.<*.
Fhit. when  f pret my rest, 1 feel  fine,     I
am   still   taking   the   Veg<-table   Uom-
pound ami ;uii going fo keep on v.-1 t.h it
tml.il cured.     My norvf,- r.r.* n lo*. better
mince taking it.   J ran it ay alone day or
night and   not be the least frightened.
You can u.��e this let'er n.** a to.-ttinvmi.-il ,
and  I will nn.iwer l��"t tern from women
n.-ddngnbonr the VegetableCompound. " '
���\frs.   OiJAhJaKS ("'ak.so.v, Si Foray the* \
Street, ���."hnOinrn, Ontario. j
Mr.*-. Carson i,** willing to write to any /
rrjrl   or   Wf>m;ni   aniifl'eriric/"   from    f*Mri��l#��
troubles. I
ly where not even the winds might
carry it to the ears of Bush McTaggart.
Tliey feared him; they hated him.
They died of starvation and sickness,
and the tighter Bush McTaggart
clenched the fingers of his iron rule,
the more meekly, it seemed to him,
did they respond to his mastery.* His
was a small soul, hidden in the hulk
of a brute, which rejoiced in power.
And here-��� with the raw wilderness
, on four sides of liim���his power knew
i no end. The Big Company was be-
I hind him. It had made him king of a
j domain in which there* was little law
I except his own. And in return he
gave back to the Company bales and
bundles ol7furs beyond their expectation. It was not for them to have
suspicions. They were a thousandd
or more miles away���and dollars
counted.
Greg-son might have told. Gregson
was the Investigating Agent of that
district, who visited McTaggart once
each yeai*. He might have reported
that the 'Indians called McTaggart Na-
pao Wetikoo because, he gave (hem
only half price for their furs; he'
might have told the Company quite
plainly that he kept the people of the
trap-lines at the edge of starvation
through every month "of lhe winter,
that he had them on their knees with
his hands at their throats���putting the
truth in a mild and pretty way���and
that he always had a woman or-a girl,
Indian or half brood, "living with him "at
the Post. But Greg-son enjoyed his.
visits too much at Lac Bain. Always
ho could count on two weeks of coarse
pleasures; and in addition 19 that, his
own women-1 oik at home wore a rich
treasure of fur Ihat came to them from
McTaggart.
Ono evening, a week after the ad-
1 venture of Nepeese and Baree under
j the rock, McTaggart sat under the
' glow of an oil lamp in hi.s "store."
'lie had sent his little pippin-faced
I I*".ngli..h clerk to bed, and he was alone.
, If Wilis just six w.eeks ago that Pierrot
'had brought Nopoo..o on her first visit
j to Lac Bain since MeTaggarf had been
; fuel or    there.      Shu    had    taken    his
i ���>
l breath away.      Since then he had been
able to think of nothing bui her. Twice
I in that fix weeks he had gone down to
and.dusty Company ledgers.
Pierrot who stood.in his way
roto's father, according to those notes^
had been a full-blooded Frenchman.
Therefore Pierrot - -was half French,
and Xepees'i was quarter French���
though she wa^ so beautiful he could
have sworn there was not more than
ta drop, or two of Indian blood in iter
veins. '_If They had been all Indian���
Chippewayan, Cree, Ojibway, Bog Rib
���anything���-here would Wve been no
trouble at all in tire matter. He would
have bent them t,o. his��� pow< r, and Nepeese would .liaVe come to his cabin,
as Marie cane six months ago. But
there was tho accursed French of it!
Pierrot and Nepeese    were    different.
And yet��� -
He smiled grimly, ahd his hands
clenched tighter. After all, was not.
his power sullicient? : Would eA*en
Pierrot dare stand against that? If Pierrot, objected he would drive him from
the country���from tho trapping regions
tliat had come down to him as heritage from father and grandfather, and
even-before their day. He would
make Pierrot a wjfiiderer and an outcast, as he had made wanderers and-
outcasts of a score of others who had
lost his favor. No other Post'would
sell to or buy from Pierrot if Le Bete
���the black cross-���was put after his
name. That was his power-���a la*-**
of, the Factors that had come down
through the centuries. It was^ a tremendous power for evil.' It had
brought him Marie, the slim, dark-
eyed Cree gi.-l, who hated him-���and in
spite of her liatred '"kept house for
hinr." That was the polite way of
explaining her presence if explanations
were ever necessary.
-Mjin-jfJictured J3y
WESTERN    CLEANSERS,    LIMITED
_McTaggart looked again at the notes \ Sales Agents,^*/-.. R.  Beatty-& Co..  I.td.
he  had  made on  the  sheet of  paper:
Vancouver, B.C.
Pierrot's ��� trapping-country,������ his    own
property    according    to   the  common
law- of the wilderness, was, very valuable.       During   the   last   seven   years >
he had received an average of a thpus-
antj   dollars   a year   for  his   furs,   for j
McTaggart. had been unable  to cheat
Pierrot quite as completely as.lie had
cheated the Indians.     A thousand dollars, a' year !'-*=,   Pierrot    would-   think
twice before he  gave  that up.       McTaggart chuckled as lie crumpled the
paper in his hand and prepared to put
out the light. 7 Under his close-cropped  shaggy beard  his   /reddish     fsJce-
blazed  with  the   fire  that was   in his
blood.      $t was  an unpleasant  face-
like   iron,   merciless,   filled   with, the
look that gave liim liis name of Napao
Wetikoo.      His eyes gleamed." and he
drew a quick breath as lie put out the
light.
(To be continued)
Says (Men Sillier Than Dogs
No    sensible    man    on his holidays
wears an iron band around his neck.
He   discards   the   stai'ched   dog collar
which ch ok ?s him all the year round.-
But when he returns home he allows
custom to  throttle him. again.      Why
are. men   far   more '\gervile   slaves   to
fashion,  than   women?      Woman   has
escaped from the    steel    corset',    the
germ-collecting skirt, and the throat-
constricting gowri.'7   Their blood circulates    freely.      They., can \ "breathe..
Men are. sillier than. dogs.     .But men
pay to be-laundered into asphyxiation.
���London Sunday Express.
NO BETTER MEDICINE
FOR LITTLE ONES
4)\XU
mil'
hail
U'
.\.
Ut\
.1 at Po,.l. L.'.e Bain, about forty
;���! north iiiid weal. .McTaggart
1:.o.ji 'jiejoi- aJ Lar Bain for seven
.*>���., Jn ���*.'��� 1 :<iiiii��aii.\ ','���, hook down
in Wl.'iMlpeg he wa.-. counted a remark-
.-hi. niece.t-'iurinan. Tin. expense of
hi-' poo v", ,.1 v bfJmv ill*- a vrifiK", nju��l
io. .. .i.ii .i.i.nu.il I'epfji'i ol 1 nr,. a I way.-1
i'.ii.-l.'-.| __iiu.nr' Car liiv.l. Al'ti-r lil;'
nan.*-,. It' pt on li)e*iu lh��- main olllec,
v>a. one notation which .--aid: "Gj'Im
in''��i-e otif fil' a. dollar than any other
in.in  noiiij  fn' (lod'n  Lake,'
The Indian-i knew why thlj- vjim ��<��.
Tllf>' railed llilll .Napao Wolikuo ��� lhe
> 1 * 1 1 > �����I # ��� v 1 ( 'I hi-'.      u'fi>.      iiuda. <���      lln.tr
hr<-titli    -a ii'inii: whi.'ifM-ri'd ,"lni;terly ln
IJH'   |;1'"N\    ol    lepee   il I >  -,,   Ol    .-. J.i.iv <  li   Mii'i ���
I i'ieirof's cabin, Tomorrow he
going agitln. .Marie, ihe slim' Cree
girl over In hi.s eabino, he had forgotten���Just a:' a dozen other;- before
Marie hud slipped out of his memory.
It wn.s Nopei���!""!' now. He hud never
soon anything quite so beautiful a.s
rii'i-roi't- ;.lf".
Audibly he eni.ved IMi.Trnl us he
looked ut 11 sheei of paper under hi.s
hand, on which for tin hour or more
he liad been iiiakin-- notes out of worn
Is What Thousands  of Mothers
Say of Baby's Own Tablets
A medicine for  the baby,  or growing child���one. that   the    mother    can
feel assured is absolutely safe as" well
as   efficient���is   found  in   Baby's   Own
Tablets.      The Tablets are praised by
thousands  of mothers  throughout the
eounlry. .    These mothers have found
hy actual .experience that thoro is no
other medicine for little ones to equal
them.      Once n mother has used them
for hor ehillron  she will use nothing
else.      Concerning them  Mrs. Cluules
Hutt, .Tunc00k.  Island,     N.S.,    writes:
"I .have ton  children, the baby being
just    six    months old.       I have  used
Baby's t-^wn Tablets for them  for the
past. 20 years and  can   truthfully  say
that I know of no bolter medicine for
little ones.      I  always keep n. box of
the Tablets-in tlie house    and     would
advise nil  oilier mother,-*  to do so."
j     Baby's Own Tablets are sold by nil
: medicine dealers or    will    be    mailed
' upon    receipt    of    price, 2*i cents per
I box,   bv   The   Dr.   Williams'   Medicine
i Co., Brockville, Ont.      A little booklet,
j "Care of the Bnby In Health- nnd Sick-
Evesrsr
Needs
vns j tips.," will be tent free to any mother
on request.
Why get along without a kitchen jriiUe
any longer ? Here in a new- SMP
EnamolcJ. War* Sink, tlie very
latest. Made of rust-s-eaiating Armco
Iron-, with three cop.ifi of purest white
enamel, eame as on bath tubs. Size
2W x 30" x 6" deep, with 12" back.
complete witli strainer, brackets, all
fittinga and directions for netting up.
Price, complete, $13.00.
The SMP Enameled Drain,
Board atibwn above in made to fit
tlie SMP Enn melccl Ware Sink, or
nil standard t-inkei. Size 20" x 2\".
Has tlie same material nnd enamel
as SMP Sinks and in complete with
bracEete and ntling. for setting up. '
A creat labor naver.
Price, complete, $6.50
For aale by plumbers and hardware
stores throuuhout the country, or
write .
���"������"Sheet Metal Paoducts c��.T"n*i*
W0WTI.EA.U
.C0MONTOM
TORONTO     WINNIPEG
VANCOUVER   CALQARV
Soldier Sellers  Make Good .
After an   oxfemdve  ,lnveslIf.at1on
of
2(11 w
CORWS
Hub     them
i    tneni     I'l'e'pienlly     with
Mliiard'a and^i't ��;peedy ri'lh-f.
M_MM��*IM>M��
condition.'' in Northern Alberta, Mujoj" |
K, .7. Athlon, of the Holdlern' settle
ment llonvd, Otlawa. ri'ports Ihal the
bij. majority of the noidlev "-eltier.-* are
mnklnj. kooiI. Since, the 1D21 crop,
7,000 of these I'Jirniei'.s htivi; met their
obllj-atioiiH In full nn.l S.tlOO have mot
them In pari. About 1,000 have noi
been  able   lo  make  their pn>'vueiits.
Thin
f:.J��iJ��l.__-_A-Bi_^M
OH From Po'.ntoeB
oil i�� betilK exti'aeled by ai
nlniple process from spoiled potatoes
In Australia, It is claimed that Ihe
oil Is of tqieelul value in lubricating delicate mechanism--, .such as cei'tnin
*>cli."i��1lflr lii.drunK-nl,'. Having a low
I'ree/Jng point. It may bo iu.��d for the
engines and in.* t runieiils of neroplnnes.
Minitid'-i    Liniment    for    Gprain-;    and
Brulflee i mm^mmsmmsm  |l' -l*" ���������  ������������������?-  TBCffi   BEVTEWp   ORESTON,   B.    O.  Proven be-*.-  Since 1857  \Jorbaby  at xdeahinfi time  FREE BABY BOOKS  "Write to The Borden Co.  L-imited, Montreal, for  two Baby Welfare. Books.  * c ae-a*  Received Message  From King and Queen  Aunt of   Earf/Jellicoe  Recently  Cele-  brated Her 104tH_Birthday   '  Earl Jellicoe's aunt���������Miss Catherine  Jane    Jellicoe���������celebrated    her     one  hundred  and  fourth  birthday  at her  home in Southampton, England.    She  received congratulatory messages from  all parts of the British empire, a. telegram    from    the   King and Queen ol  'England being among the first to arrive.      The  British naval  hero  visited his aunt, who continues to live an  active life.  She  breakfasted in bed  THERE  IS A  POLSSH   FOR  EVERY  PURPOSE  FOR SHOES���������-Capo Gold Leal Dress,  ing or British Military Shoe Pollsh-  Fwl* sTOVES���������oapo Staca Polish.-.  FOR STOVE PIPES���������Capo Odorless  Jet Enamel,  The Capo Polishes, Limited - Hamilton  World's Wheat Crops  rtr:  Fewer   Labor  Troubles  as usual and spent the morning read  lug.a mass of messages. Later two  little girls from a neighboring- orphanage, of which Miss Jeliicfce is a generous benefactor, brought -her flowers,  and with th.?iu Miss Jellicoe discussed her own girlhood with great zest.  I  The Editorial Senators  The appointments of Mr. J. Leis,  Toronto, and , Mr. W. A. Buchanan,  Lethbridge, Alta., to the senate are  well merited honors to two eminent  journalists. They will be a strength  to the Upper Chamber and will ably  support the reforms that are so much  needed to, make that body serviceable  and powerful in Canada's interests. In  journalistic circles their selection will  be approved and commended.���������Kingston Whig.  ilils  .  ,....;  lF:Ol&:PAlkAAAyAH  ;reapa.������h:e^  *KF0:N:E^Sft^r^ER^  y7'y'7&d"*VEtSr;;77-:-  Time Loss in Industrial Disputes Less  "   in Augus-t\  The time loss caused by industrial  disputes-' was  less  in August than in  the previous month, or in August last  year,  says, the   federal ^department  ot  labor    Gazette.      Seventeen    disputes  were in progress at some time during  the month, involving 13,003 employees,  and resulting in a time loss of 102,31*3 ���������  working days.      Corresponding figures [  for July  inv olvin;  2  V ,>  I Cell S  "^tckaehe  vm  Subdued Isy "Nervilfe  ne  >}  Ml)  "Backache was the bane of my life,  and for two years I was so lame as to  be unfit for work," writes E. S. Sloane,  from Georgetown. "While In Smith  Bros.' Drug Store, I heard of Nerviline  being,a wondeiful pain-destroyer,"so I  decided to try Nerviline. Thanks to  Nerviline, my two-years" backache was  rubbed awa-% and to-day I am perfectly well."  All those who suffer from weak, ach-  ing  backs* those whose  muscles  are  were as follows:  16 disputes I ^tiff> AVhOSe joints are swollen, let them  12,8X2 work people and 320,-! try Nerviline���������the Iinin\ent that, never  133   working   days;    and   for   August,' fails.      35c at all dealers.  J [>il, sixteen disputes, !>,472 employees  and 20(J,118 working days.  i'S  Danger   Signals   That   Everyone  Should Take Seriously':  Paih    is   one    of Nature's warnings  that "something is    wrong:   with    the  body.       Indigestion,   for   instance,   is  characterized by pains in the stomach,  and "often    about the heart; rheumatism by sharp pains in the limbs and  joints;  headaches are a sign that the I  nerves   or   stomach  are  out of  order.  In   some   ailments,    such as anaemia, f  pain  is   not  so   prominent.      -In   this [  case Nature's warning takes the form I  of  pallor,   breatliles.sness   afi������-r. slight!  exertion, palpitation Of the -heart, and "������������������  loss    of*   appetite.      Whatever    form j  thesis warnings take,"'wisd-"people will j  not ignore the fact that many diseases 1  have  their  origin  in poor blood,  and  that when  the blood is. enriched  the:  trouble    disappears.      Dr.    Williams'  Pink Pills  are  most  helpful  in.  such  cases because they purify and build up  the,blood to its normal strength.      In  this:way  it  tones up  the -nerves,' restores the appetite..and gives perfect  health.     'Miss HazeL Berndt, of Arn-  prior, Ont., has proved the great value  of this medicine and" says:���������"I am a  young girl and have been ^working in  a factory for the past four years. For  two    years    I    had been in such poor  health that at times X could not work.  I was thin and pale, and troubled with  headaches and fainting spelts.*     I doctored nearly all this time, but it did  not help m*..      My mother advised me  to take "Dr. Williams'- Pink Pills, and  after using them  for a while I could  notice an improvement In  my condition. .1 used nine boxes and can truthfully   say   that   my health i.s restored..  When    I    bog'fcn    taking   the   pills   1  weighed  97  pounds  and now I weigh  111.     I fool that I 'owe iny good health  to" Dr. WlUUms'  Pink Pills and hope  other ailing people will  give, them  a.  fair' trial."  You can KM. those pills through any  medicine de-Jor or by mail at f������0 cents  ' a. box  fiom The Dr. Williams'  cine Co., Bi-iclcville, Out.  ..   ... *HJ������NL  6*  Increase   of   171,000,000    Bushels  Over. Last Year  . Official estimates of ihis year's  wheat crops have been received from  28 countries "df the Northern Hemisphere, including every wheat'growing  country of importance except Prance.  The total production of wheat in these  countries is. 2.519,000,000 bushels as  compared with 2,348,000,000 last year,  and 2,43,6,000,000 the average of the  five years 19.19-23. This is an increase  of 171,000,000 bushels over last year,  but it should be remembered that last  year's crop was an exceptionally small  one. This 3*ear*s production is far  below that of 1923 when the 28 countries included above produced 2,725,-  000,000 bushels, or 207,000,000 more  than in 1925. Besides, there was an  unusually small carry over of wheat  in both exporting and importing countries at the beginning of the present  grain year on August 1.  -  The September crop report or the  United States indicates a yield of 700,-  000,000 bushels oi' wheat against 873,-  000,000 bushels last year, and that of  Canada 391.819,000 bushels against  262,000,00.  OUR CROSSWORD PUZZLE  Medi-  Wh at  Is   Evaporated  Milk ?  Charming   Design   Fbr  Paris   puts   a  frill  An Overblouse  In     Ikdgium     nearly   all   motorists  carry emerge, no y kits 1o be abb* to n.s-!  s-tsl   nny   injured   person   found   along  the way,  i_M__NwM_MaMn_n*__M���������_������MMw**_Mimi������m*wmmm^m0m!mm*mm0mmmmmmm^^mim^*mimmwmmmmmm-  For        ,  .,  COLIC MM CRM/8PS  P/SIKS 119 T1SE ST0MACII  There's Nothing Equals  on its smartest  ovej'blouses, nnd so we have it here  as the distinguishing touch on the two  n>od������-������ .pictured above. White crepc-  de-chlne develops this blouse, tho  front of whiah is gathered to the bnck  slightly below the shoulder-line in  yoke effect. night up to the minute  is the convertLble collar with Its trimming-band or the new pansy purple  nhnde, The wane trimming' is used  I'or 1he pocket, tabs, and the narrow  cuffs on tho long sloe-ve.**. Printed silk  in a small design fashions the blouse  with (he short sIoot'os, with material  of a lighter tone used fbr trimmings'".  Sizes 3-1. 3(1, SS, 40 and 42 Inches bust.  Si"*** 38 bust requires 2"/fe yards of 36-  inch material.     Price 20 cents.  Home sewing., brings nice cloth off  within the reach* of nil, find to follow  tlu. mode Is deUght.ul when It can bo  done ho en-"-liy and economically, liy  following the fltyles pictured in our  now Fashion Boolc.^ A chart accom-  p.mytng i-nnh pntlern Hhowfl Ihe material as. It appears whnn cut out.  Every detail la-explained so 1.1ml: tlio  inexperienc.Ml sewer can make without (UIHcully Mil attrnctlvo tire as. Price  ol" the book 10 cents the copy,  Interesting      Information      Regarding  "TJiis   Imporiant Article   of   Diet  While the use of evaporated milk is  general all  over Canaihi, occasionally  the Query is made, ���������''What is Evaporated    Milk..".."������������������' Evaporated    Milk    is  nothing  but   fresh, milk  from   wliich  part of  the water has  been removed 614-  by  evaporation.       CFresli   milk  3d   87'  per cent, water.)      Nothing is added  to  it.     "Nothing  but  water  is   taken  from  it.     "This  concentration makes  it -more than twice as rich as ordinary  milk.      After it is thus  concentrated j  it is put in air-tight containers, steri- j  lized arid m,irketed by the grocer, the j  manufacturer putting his brand on it,;  as Borden's St. Charles Milk, for    "   :  ample.      Milk is  fresh unless it  been subjected to attack by the.bit.c-1  teria     which     destroy   its'. freshness.  (Milk, when  it  comes  from the cow,  is   exposed  to  the  air   and   therefore  subject  J:o    bacterial contamination.)  In the course of   tlmo   tho   numbers  of such bacteria increase    and    their  action on the milk destroys its freshness.     When milk becomes sour it is  because the lactic acid bacteria have,  attacked  tho   milk  in   such  numbers  and  for such time as to  develop the  lactic acid ihat makes It sour;     Evaporated Milk is concentrated al plants  in tho country within a few hours after  it  comes  from  tho  cow,   the Borden  Company, for instance, operating large  condensarlos at such dairy centres as  Truro, N.S., Ingersoll    and    Norwich,  Ontario, and South Sumas. B.C.     The  milk  is put into air-tight  containers  and sterilized.     By    sterilization    all  bacteria  tiro  destroyed.      The attack  of such bacteria is absolutely stopped.  No  further  bacteria  can  get into it.  The sealed'container brings it to the  consumer as fresh and hwogL as when  tt enmo to tho country plants,     it will  keep fresh nntl sweet on the pantry  shelf until lhe can is opened and,, put  In a cool place.-will tUon^lceop sweet  much longer after opening than bottled milk nil or It is delivered  lo thn  home.  Horizontal  1���������Boundary    of    posts  '       and wire. _ ." '  5-r-Speck.  7-^���������Hindrance.  9���������Chopping tool.  10-7Enthusiastic   tc   excess. -  .  12���������"-Behold*;       *      . ��������� "   ��������� ���������  13���������Watery     portion     of  ^ certain animal fluids.  Growth    of    hair on  the face.  16���������Vegetables.       ���������_-    .  17���������Turned.   ��������� *  18���������-Needs. -  19���������Store away greedily.  20-=-Higher   branches   of  learning.  21���������One's    who    succeed  others in the posses-  y'sion of property.  22���������Objective case of I.  23-rr-Hidge of "glacial sand,  ex- j 24���������-Aquatic mammals. "-.*���������  has' 25���������-Toward.  26���������Upon.  27���������Gaze at fixedly.  | 28���������Foot covering.  30���������Pastime.  31-���������Laborers.  32���������Narrows to a point.  34���������Braid oi bail".  35���������Make  amends  for.  36���������Stomach of a rumin  ant prepared as food.  38���������Pronoun.  39���������Find fault with.  40���������Article.  41���������-Nothing.  42���������Sheltered side.  43���������Jtoman- .magistra te.  Vertical  1���������Popular craze.  2 ���������Prefix   meaning   out  of.  S���������Makes   -   a       sharp,  harsh sound.  .4���������'Merits.,  5���������-Misty.- :.;',  6���������Alleged     .  mesmeric  force..-:'.'-V,,  7���������-Council  or  court.  8���������Conundrum..  11���������Public conveyance.  12���������SI y,  side- long   1 ooks."  13���������"Religious   denomina-  . lions.  14���������Endures.  15^���������^Prefix meaning again  16���������Noblernam -  17���������Thin  dresS. material.  18���������Sixth    note    of    diatonic scale.  .19���������Central, part.  I 21���������Listens to.  -!2���������Celestial "bodies.  i-k���������Shop.  25���������Plural of "that.*"  26���������Get.  27���������Consumed.  28���������Oozed.  29���������Plural      ending,  many" nouns. -  30���������Ruin.  31���������Lofty   self-respect.  33���������Near.- ..  3~4���������-Prefix meaning three  36���������Definite r.3"tiele.  37���������Single unit.  39���������Engineering degree.  40���������-Aluminum   (abbr.).  of  Answer To Last WeeVs Puzzle  IpTaI  An A11-Metal Seaplane  A' new- seaplane of unusual di-sigu  has been built at Glasgow for the air  ministry. The craft is made entirely  of metal, even to the floats, so that it  is able to ride out quite trough seaa  without any "fear of damage. It has  been given the oflicial designation, oi  Inverness, and is Intended for carrying out long illstanije. reconnaissance  flights for the fleet.  Speed In the Air  . It is very evident that, those who dec-  sire real spoed must take to tho air.  A more 80 or 90 miles an hour in an  automobile 1st pretty tame compared  with the record' of tho French tlier  who made better than 150,.miles an  hour for fou.* hours,  How To Order Patterns  Adcfre-JHt���������Winnipeg IMewn-paper Union,  176 McDermot Ave., Winnipeg  Pat tern No  Slao.... * -. ���������_. ��������� ~  Chinesi' wag tlieir clenched IimLs Jn-  etead of shaking hands.  sold    re  M������tV ant ������t lltr*. ' '  up oiilv  1'iV  ipi������.  .die*  Tt   h:vi   boon   in   une   for  over   R0  tihhh:   ilu   tuition   in,   ph-iit-tibt,   rapidt  ivl'_>.l������h>    tinil    cd'cftuul,  comr'ii pronijitly.  ��������� (   l>.������H 'l       fji'aa.f.pl      II  The -_;<iiiui.i/o i.*-  put up only liy Tlir.  T. iMUbum Cu., JLiBiiltuI, Torontai*, Out,  > ��������� . wm 4 ���������>,  .������._. . . . . mm 4 m*. ���������  a.  at ��������� * mm,.  tSTnme.  j 1,r������wi-_l,, .  Semi 20c  \Y  x,   t'.   lr.nc  I  m   *��������� 4  ��������������� 4 It  *���������"���������  H I  Proivlnc-Ot..  i m *-* m ������������* * #>������ m m **  iwUMMl  cjIm or intampa  ca.roCBsllj') -  Cwrap coin  A Corrector of Pulmonary Troubles.  --Many testimonials could be presented showing tlio great tdllcacy of Dr.  Thomas' l*electric Oil tn correcting  disorder*- of tlio respiratory processes.  but. the best testimonial is experience  und tho Oil Ih recommended to all who  suffer from tlioso disorder-* with the  certnlnty th.it they will find relief. It  will -"liny lnPl.unmi-.tion In the bronchi ul tubes.  KEUABLE ORGANS FOR CHURCH  OR HOME  S98 UP  Convenient  Terms   Arrsngett  Senel  for IJIuotrated   Catalog  SSYVTIXIAMSffiS  1-15 YON-SE ST., TORONTO, ONT.  ���������. B.C. Wealthy Apples  Shipments ol llrltlsh Columbia  Wealthy" applc-fl made to South Africa  luiil. season nrrlvcd In good order, according to V-cportH received at Van-  couv������'i*, anil Ilu* desil was ho wnli-sfiio-1  tory that repeat orders have been re-?  culve.l I'or UUlo deliver). !  DRESSMAKING, MILLINERY  PupllH     rtvi^lSim;     now     will     not     our  SI 'I-:*." I At. ItATK lor --Ia8s<*.*t ������ponhif. dur-  Bni;   1|io   tnonilu.       !S������"Sul     U>r     i--"Of>|n>i*liii-.  u'l.s'N'ii't:!* i3Ki.a.s.M.vKJNc; .\xi* .%ui..-  I.INKUY     S-'UOOI..       K-jltvUf.     VJOC.       Ti  JliHiiiM St.      BpcoSat riitfct* to out oC lowu  }4J(|aja-t,jH.  1A w-tv*. R������|1iil������li"i,>������|ul������tln)i;;'  na.-j ������TMI*1. 6 In ���������'"���������"��������������� : V* "WI*. - ''Sold, lt������  ������*J< mwt*^UJi(mni,H,*wi^l������i-**M"*.'Wi*  Many havo boon relieved of corns by  Hollowity'H Corn Jteiuover. It has a  power of It.i own flint will lie found  offer* live.  i|igpititei&f^  i,M?fWW,'������*,'"^tw*|^,->fW������������������'j  7*rht"k-i-������*K-W"!BWwir*'-c'o?  1   T������������"*a*i'"> (ki'-t-'lr WW***!''���������������������������  ."(hr>*i,->a1-*'e*a*"iiri **1-*' *tl*&.\tri"i-**>"-������.'*'"'  i   .',.., :  il������ia������..l������_T<t)*'*:  In 1020 Run Hla pureh.u-iHl iuor������>  $5,000,000 worth  or an-iimmlilon  the Vnlted Statea,  than  rrom  , After oh.ivh-3-~Wlnard'o  LInhnenft  -  THB   MIUV   P-ONOM   KCMaDV.  THERAPIONND.1  THERAPION N0.2  _H___M____i_l   m      _���������    auH     _H^ki,      tmm       t_ff**lH   IB    M0*mm   BISL M        __U _> ___M        mfmm  N������. 1 far liu-d-lu-i-* CUn.vrrei.    Ho. it f������r SJlooil 9  Rtatt- in*#���������.������������������- Mo. 3 r-.'rt:������'������������1������vlo W*.i������it������r������������k.������-ii.  wfl>r n nv I t���������������.������"������(i ciikw .urtr-.f f (rf r>* t-Kn.i ������-������i',3l*i  M������.l.v:v,-������.. **! "���������"���������������". C*. Il������*r������������li������._< H d.NAV.*. Uawndwi  w r.ii*n wi.i o***"������". i������r������'k rst. K..To������<>Mi.������������,o������>ii  ���������w mi uutaakju������������ nr������ ������r.i. ***m Vowv.citw- v^-*. 1-*-*"--->������������������ ;~  _iU-;-^,^:.y  THE CMST6_f RBVEBW  i*7-'i7.  We have a full line of  Flour, Feed, Hay and Grain  "also*- ..������������������  Sugar, Salt, Nails  and GrpcCT  always in stock.  QUALITY and PRICE GUARANTEED.  r ' ���������  This is your business ;   support it I  An auction sale of horses is to be  held at the McCreath barn tomorrow  afternoon, at 1 o'clock. The animals  are part oi a. carload from Alberta,  brought in by Mr. Sternberg.  December meeting of Creston Board  of Trade will ."be.^held on. Tuesday  night. This will betthe final meeting  of the year, and. nil members should  be out to clear np all unfinished business. _ ���������;' - -  Gees"E FoB-"SAi.TE-r-Some of them a  year old and good breeders. Anyone  wanting one should get busy as they  are all in the fattening pen. Order  yours for Ghsistmas.���������-B. Nougmer,  Canyon.  After carrying: the weight of the  mass of humanity that jammed itself  into the United Church on Thursday  night last no one need worry about  the new basement not b*-ing solid j  enough to carry, the usual Sundky  con grega tion ft.  Ths������' December meeting ot the  Women's Institute is scheduled for  Friday afternoon, next, December  11th. There will be a demonstration  on skirtmaking. .and it is expected  Mrs. Geo. Young will report on the  recent Kootenay-Boundary W.I. conference.  ������  tt  rohleiii  Solve  w# WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT an excellent display fc  ^    of CHRISTMAS GIFT���������������-somethmg for everybody. ���������_*  ���������?| Qrdvr Christmas Cards al 6nce.  v  ���������  |g  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE f  GfrEO. H. KELLY  mprif  Greston VaiSs]  CRESTON  peratlve  hSIte  ERICKSON  Local and Personal  Pianos Fob Saxe���������Two of th?m ;  one a. player.���������H.S. McCreath, Creston.  Cows For Saxe���������A few milch cows,  one" jnst freshened.���������F.Smibh, Creston.  Tbaps For Sal,b���������About 3 dozen  traps, assorted, going cheap.~-_i.iex.  Mirabell", Creston,  nglican CSiiirch Services  SUNDAY,  DEC. 6  CKESTON  7.30 p.m.  SIRDAR  8.00 and 10.30 a.m.  Mrs. Spratt is a visitor^ with Nelson  fi-iends this week, leaving on Monday.  Dre&S well made to order suits, fit  guaranteed,. $29.60 delivered.     S.  A.  Speers. "  Insp, Detiong made an official visit  to the Creston high. school-at the Brst  of the week.  Pigs Fob Sale���������Keady for delivery,  six weeks old, $5, each. A. & K. A  Comfort, Creston. '  Dr. "Wilson Herald, ear, nose and  throat specialist, will be at Oreston on  December 7th and 8th.  Fob Sams or Tbaiie���������Chevrolet  i engine in good running' order.    Write  I C2r.._. *V7     W___*T*__.v������r  AHlpu -  Anfiouncemenf!  I  will   be,, calling   on   the  Village people ia  a  few  days with a complete line  Christmas .samples.  Put   off   your    Christmas  shopping untiL  you have*  seen  the  nice Christmas  lines I have to offer you.  V. MAWSON  CRESTON.  OGILVIE Goods are dependable  Just Arrived  Men's and Boys  HEAVY  j������w>"ui fUr%yt������M *v  ZJrXMU.W 1������m*7  Socks  and  Mitts  PRICES RIGHT.  5_l m jL Bff _^HB fir H JrrS_t  nuini.Tiin n.uv.jf ijiiiif ������./������������������ i."r*iir -y���������- ���������*-���������*���������"-���������*-������������������  | Box 27. Review Office.  Cows Fob Sale-Two fresh milch  cows,.'also a purebred Holstein bull.  O. B. TsLpliH, Canyon.  ICE CREAM���������Special for the weekend, Ice Cream Bricks at 45c. pint;  90c. quart, at Oreston Bakery.  The December meeting of the fire  brigade will be held on Monday night  at 8 o'elockat the Fraser Bakery.  Fob Rent���������7 room house, -with  water; also stable and poultry house,  $10 month. Apply A. N. Couling,  Creston.  Deer hunters have only ten more  days in which to get their supply of  venison. The deer season clobes on  the lbtb.  An outbreak of measles amongst  the village youngsters is keeping  down the school attendancegsomewhat  at present.  Look up Vic. Mawson's announce 1  ment this week. He will be c-illing on |  you  any day now with n full  line of  Christmas goods. j  Pony Fob Keep���������A saddle ponyand  saddle to let for winter months for  keep to any reliable person. Enquire  at Creaton Hotel.  j    The next meeting of the Prenbyter-  I ian Ladies' Aid   will   be   held   at   the  home of Mrs. Stevens at 8 p.m., Friday, December 4th.  Mrs. Stanley Patterson left ft few  days ago Cor Dover, Idaho, where she  is visiting with her sisters, Mrs. McMillan and Mrs. Ernie Taylor,  XjoaT.���������On November* 2-Hh, between  ErinkHon and Kitchener, man's leather  coat, short length. Reward to Under  on leaving sama at Review Office.  Fob Sale���������Flooring and Drop Siding ������tb reduced prices. Also a quantity  of No. Ji boards nnd shlplap. Wynndel  Box to Lumber Co., Ltd., Wynndel.  The Girls' Guild of Christ Church  invite all to their tea and Bale of work  at the -Pariah Hall  on*  Saturday uftoi*  noon,   December 12th,   from 2 to 5.80  o'clock.  Mist* Lillian Cherrington, who has  b.'C-n home for the pant two week***  left on. Wednesday fbr Nelson, to  rt-mima hor ennrm* nt tht* biMilnesa  colltvge mi that city.  <>. W, Allan and (tor-Ion Hull wore  motor vluitorw to OranbrooU on Friday  night, for tho annmil performance by  the Dnrubelln Company, which wiw In  th.������t town that might.  To morrow ������ft������-rt">*������or������, &th, the  [>i.-I1������h" Guild of (flhrlHt Church are  h-tvin^ fchf-ir nrmunl wile of work,  cooking1, etc., wit.n ���������m-Muii'mcm Uut ni  tn*" Prtrltili Hall, from tt to &.'*0 o'clock.  U* which tlm '.dim'wftlon l������ free and till j  ure .nvll'**'l. j  "1  Christmas Shopping Helps  THE POLICY OF THIS STORE IS TO RENDER A SERVICE worthy oT the  real meaning of Service. We have arranged a small list of items quite  necessary for Christmas.    Come to our store.  New Bordeaux Walnuts  Halfs.  Wagstaffe's Drained Peel  Ready out.  Imported Smyrna Table Figs  in-small drums.  Seedless Raisins, 4 oz."  Household packages.     New stock,  Pyramid Pitted Dates  10 oz. packages.  Maple Syrup  Pride of Canada, quart tins.  Shelled Almonds, 5 Crown  New 8t_>okv  San Maid Puffed Raisins  Something new.  Headquarters for  Holiday Merchandise.  Furniture  Hardware  ��������������� ��������� , ' . *���������     ���������  JVuTtviev Underwear for JMen  Women and Children  \ i  %**  You will all need warmer Underwear for the coming  cooler weather.  When buying come in and see our stock which includes  the well known and reliable makers such as Watson's, Stan-  field's and Penman's.  '        - . ,i ��������� ���������  We have the above in shirts, Drawers and Combinations Suits, also a line of finer All Wool Combinations for  Men iri Jaeger and other English makes.  OUR PRICES MARKED IN  PLAIN  FIGURES.  .':"!  'I  i  iB*HL MPSk IP** ff*Jjp "^P" ^W& Ba H        Em _3 B^^ ^^H ^^������ ^s Si Q Tl H    fm^A        Q wi il ^^^H H..JB II HLB xliy  1   m WW PA   4mAm%   i    B  1 111 |WP WI. H S. JO mWmWW    I    I E���������d. IbJP^JilWIa       0tI1^    1  **"S0^  ���������>   IM tol'MI '���������������!. W        "WMa-*    mt     mi 4m   w   4ml  nn .una ������������������     w_a    -^m~-   mm       _ _      _       _.       a_   __���������. ���������  LIMITED  II  ���������iiiiiiiiiiirM  imijwMiWiiiwiijiiiWjW  WI ������MWIMII_>i���������lll><l) _|Ullli_llMHIpBHHI_ll_IIWi_l>lH laWHIUI'lMWi  __���������jdmr��������� ���������   taai__t_iiKgw^^L.>.;iffffl^

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