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Creston Review Jan 1, 1926

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MllSette. who has been here for  the p^ettwo months in' charge off the  constriictiohjof the Burnettyhouse left  on Saturday for. Oadoman, Alberta,  having completed the residence a few  days before -Christmas.  *������*������������������ *��������� *  Mrs. Ashley Cooper, who has been  on a visit witb her husband at Trail,  returned en Thursday last.  R. E. Cornweli of Riondel is -visit  ing here at  present  with   his   wife's  parents, Mf*   And   Mrsl   L. A. Davis.  He returns to Riondel at the first of  the year. ���������-*"-  Miss Emma Hagen left on Wednes  day of last week to spend the Christmas vacation . with   her  sister,   Mrs.  J. C. Moore.  There was an informal but jolly  Christmas danca in the old school-  house on Saturday night. Quite a  ci-owd turned out and with lots of  ������mi8_ic the Christmas spirit of good  mil and good times was carried along'  into the wee sma "oors.  May 1926 foe a year long to foe remembered as a  Ha^py and Prosperous period for  every citizen olQreston Valley.  Jim McGovern. manager of the  Kitchener* Hotel, spent Christmas in  his'usual maimer.  MLrs. Sid Abar  and  Mrs.   Dan McDonald are in charge of the Kitchener  Sunday  school, .which   meets  every  .Sabbath.   They have'  a   veiy  large  I attendance "of children.  Abbott. Grade 6���������Jack -tale. Katherine ^Samoelson. Godf red . Sattiuelson.  Absent from examinations���������Jim Mc  Fherson. Grade 5���������Annie Zachodnich,  Eleanor Blair, William Ridd, Robert  "Hale. Joe Clayton* Perfect attendance for term���������Holly Bond, Elsie  Clayton, Bessie Hue I; Helen Nouguier,  Mary Nouguier, Helen Poehin. Annie  ZachodnicW.  Miss Lister's report for -Division II.  is as follows-: Proficiency, Grade 2���������  John Spencer, Clarence Burns. Grade  3���������Dorothy Palmer. Lillian Nelson,  Grade 4���������Agnes Johnson.* Helen Johnson. -Perfect attendance���������-.Grace Bond,  Leonard Bond, * Frank Clark, - Frank  Clayton. Jack Clayton, Agnes John*  son, Marjorie - McPherson, Lester  Pochin, Mildred Zaehodniek.  ���������Mrs. Geo. Cartwright is  few days this week * with  Cranbrook.  spending a  friends  in  Co Operative Fru.it Growers Associ  ationtake full advantage of the soft  weather with a large   crew, at   work j  grading the new siding and erecting j  the new icehouse.  Wilfrid Mason, who is employed at  the Company store ai" Kimberiey,"  spent Christmas at his .home"here. ���������'  I  Parents and children   were,,  full force on Friday .afternoon  out   in  for the  " Leslie Timmons of Spokane- was a  Christmas week -visitor here with his  brother, Gerald, whilst spending the  vacation with his parents at Creston.  "Will Mitchell of Victoria is an  Eriekson visitor - this week, - and is a  guest of Lewis Littiejohn. -   - - ,  Jinr Dodds. .who -bos been  a visitor  at Yahk for the P������f������ month, returned  for Christmas with his parents, Mr.  and Mrs. Rr Dodds. _  Mr. and Mrs. T.; Kfrsch and Mr. and  Mrs. Frank. Bottesill of Dover. Idaho,  were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs.  E. BotterUl, making the trip by  motor.  who    arrived    the    same   day   from  Toronto, Ontario.      7 ^  Mr. and Mrs. D. ' J. McKee and  family .of Kitchener were Friday to  Monday visitors with Mrs. McKee's  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Yerbury;  Mrs. Andrew Sinclair got hack from;  Vancouver in time to get things in  shape for* Christmas. Miss Agnet,  who accompanied her, will remain at  the coast for some months yet.  Lewis Littiejohn of Eriekson has  been a frequent visitor with Lister  friends during yuletide.  Mrs. Jacks and young son, and Mrs.  Knotty spent Christmas and the week  end with Creston ''friends, and "were  guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hare:  __iss Signe Nelson of Canyon came  up on Thursday to speipd Christmas  with Mr. and Mrs." Walter Walby,  and while here attended the Christmas  dance;  -Afiss Annie Yerbury of Lister came  up on Saturday to visifcher sister. Mrs.  D. McKee.  Mr. and Mrs. Z_, Geroux went to  Moyie on Wednesday where they are  visiting their daughter, Mrs. St. Denie.  A crowd "off uiea 'working for she  Sasb & Door Company went to Cranbrook to spend Christmas.  , Joe L&vailey, who has been working  at .the Russell Hotel the past two  months, left Kitchener on Thursday.  ; Mr. and Mrs. D. McDonald went to  Creston to* spend Christmas with the  tatter's mother, Mrs. Lytic  Messrs. Jack and Robeit Dodds,  Alfred Speaker and Hugh Graham all  raotoied up from Eriekson to attend  the dance.   ~ " -  A Christmas dance was held in  Hunt's Hall on Saturday evening  where a large crowd attended. Hie  Alice Siding orchestra furnished the  music.  The children are to have -their  secopd Christmas treat on December  30th, when they will he guests of the  Sunday school staff.    A supper will be J    Gordon Burns left on Christmas Day  j for Cranbrook to spend tbe holiday  license,   which   went  into   force   on [    Miss  Muiief Hobdef? arrived  fcom ��������� *** Ms Wite W,U> is ^ *" ho8P|tal to  January 1st.,- H$. gs������.plate *S������^ 1S545.   Vaneonve^onThursday an|L vtfXte&etA  at leastla week with her mbther.-Mrsf  T*-W. Bundy is   the  first Creston ... _���������  Valleyite to  taj_.eyqut bisUIZe motor |a P^^nt feature of the evening.  Mr. Staples, sr., arrived in at .the  end of the week with a ca'r of effects  from Red Deer, Alberta. H������ is occupy*  ing the Wetberhead ranch -since the  summer. v  Canyon experienced   its   first moist  . Christmas in  over fifteen years.    We  have had  tlieni   without  snow   often  enough, but this is  the   first  muddy  yuieiide.  Mr. and Mrs.-Clark and daughter.  Neola, arrived pack on Tuesday of last  week from Spokane, and a marked  improvement is noted, in the latter*8  condition, fill are hoping ihe recovery  will be permanent,  Mr. Abbott of Kimberiey, and Jock  . McRobb, who'is employed at the Con  tinentul    mine   at    Klockmann.   are  home  for  the   Christmas New  Yeor  bolidays.  The la-rge -congrCgiitton ut the  United Ohuirch;y'.-6n..''::J?^nday.:':^ngiht  enjoyed the finest Ohristmas music  Canyon has been treated to, and the  address by Pastor Harback was v particularly appropriate for such nn  occasion.  Ted Vaijc������.., iarrlved honiq from  Spokane to spend the Christmas holi  day*with hie pureiita atCanyon.     ���������';���������*���������  BmTH���������-On December 15th, to $/Lv.  and Mrs. G. Davie a sou. .;< < r  Canyon ranchers are making up for  the tlmo they lost lrfst spring whpn  the hortkpulU'ital ::���������tappw���������*I:���������.^vJMl���������^"Mii^.  ugainst   pruning.'. Several   aro ' busy  with Biiwa a-aHZhoimca l;i Uic'Ii.* Mcbarda  this week. '"'  ' ''"*'''������������������  reports  orders  stumping pow-  Spring work Is under way in this  area. On Tuesday . Alf, Nelson. was  noticed doing breaking on tho recently cleared Jap land opposite the  school, nnd Secretary Koltharumor of  the United Farmers  coming in already for  dor.  'For tho term ending December 18tb  Principal Koltbammer has ie&uod the  following report: Hlghoet standing,  In otdor of merit. Grade ft���������Helen  Nouguier, Thclmtt Vance, Helen Po-  ohln,  Helen   McUobb,   Absent from  ��������� at "W       w i W !*���������        ���������'% ��������� i (#"* t<  ������]Jk44l������lla<<4>l lOim, alUIJU  kU������/l. .4%.. ������<_.!>.������������������   *J,������.������V������������-.  1���������Bric Olayton, Jock McRobb, Mabel  programnie ih   which   Nel.ie Barber,  Pansy Rhodes," Betty Ostrenski  and  Edith and Ethel Mather figured with  recitations, arid then-cume the unload,  ing of the pretty Christmas tree with  Hector Stewart in Santa attire making the distribution-- and passing out  suitable gifts to all the children iu tho  Alice Siding district,  .and  sonde , well  deserved remembrances in this line for  Principal  Lallaniand.   At    the  close.  supper was served all   present  and   a  box of candy and crackers, as well as  oranges and nuts distributed amongst  the  children.     Full    credit- for the  success of   the''afternoon   must    ne  given the  committee   of, ladies, Mes-  dames  ,W.   H* Mather,   R.   Stewart,  John   R. Miller  und   John MarsKidl,  with whom the principal  co-operated  very ancscssfully. "  Alice Siding had the second of ita  community children's celebrations on  Wednesday evening, December 23rd,  at the Todd ranch home, this -latter  affalrbeing put on by tho Sunday  -school, and the chair wais occupied by  J.;���������<q. Martin. . A progr������nini|e, of two  dtyzen numbers .was submitted including three choruses, a drill by the boys  and the ���������wreath drill by the fci|"ls.  Nellie Barber and -Marie Vaness contributed songs, nnd two dialogues,  Christmas Eve and -Christmas Wish,  were presented. Those contributing  recitations were - Doro'tbsr 'Beaver.  Np"r-������,''MiHeav/iri8,' and: ��������� ������Ghtij-*iie Taylor,  1'At.sy. ':'$hqd^;'''j,,'j^^  yetiii Rhodes, Jessie McDougal, Bsther  Smith, Stephen and Dorothy Vunos9������  Arthur Conotablt*.   ICdlth   and JSthel  Mather. yrHe^tior S^wart^ ������-  promincn,t . pwt'7,ih;--'.itho,Vs,.oV������hli(iig.  .furnishing tho necessary , nauBlciil  nccompaniments on. tho nccoi-dcon,  T���������_ .pL-a^mtmuo,. -WHm.- ibIlow*iiJ,,, by . u  BUtiper along with which wout a dis-  tributinn of candles and orarjgos. .In  at least ^te'n ').years Jtlila |'ar itho. y first  attempt that has beem" made to present  a children's concert and, Mrs.. Mat-tin  and her associates are cortainly to bo  congratulated on tho proflcioncyshown  by LLi, c-Sijldia-viji and Lhe alt avuuC*  success of tho affair.  Fees are- the^ Barae as last -year, a  Chevrolet Heen^ 'setting* th������jy owner  bacfe $16.95. ; _. "        . r  ���������... Miss "Beth Putnam is .in charge of  the*sales-department at the Fraser  bakery" at Creston, starting work on  Monday. _ ,'   '  School is due to open for the winter  term on Monday morning.  There was n very large turnout.for  the goose and rooster shoot at the' G.-  Cartwright ranch on the 22nd, almost  50Seekers after a Christmas .dinner  taking a band in the affair. All told  twenty birds were disposed of with  Alf. Palmer taking home four, ahd  Frank Staples three, for the bigh  scores.  Tom Yerbury of Kimberiey was a  Christinas week visitor with his  parents here. V ?���������  Col. and Mrs. Lister got back on  Christmas, eve from Victoria, where  the former had teen in attendance ������t  the session of the legialature. They  have with for "a visit: their son, Fred,  EIFTH ANNTJAIi  UuiniGn.  'kW-- '������*   Mitchell   of. Sidney  Chri8tnjas holiday visitor  here  his mothetv Mrs.   W.  Mitchell,  vritb friends at Eriekson.  is ..a  with  and  Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Byrne have the  sincere sympathy of all in* the bereav-  ment just sustained .through the death  of their daughter, Mrs. Roy, which  occurred at the General Hospital in  Edmonton, Alberta, toward the end of  December, following an operation she  underwent a&that time.  &ta-&&r>  that town.  i-^** * ������  ^'M^^Aij-ia Desanlnier eaan������3-up on  the train from Moyie to .visit- with  -Mr. and'Mrs. B. Johnson.  New  W. H. Rccd hod quite a buoy tlmo  on Thursday afternoon last when the  roof of his houso caught flro and wafi  in bucIi a difficult location to suoci-sa  fully fight that it was almost two  hours beforo ho and tbe neighbors had  tab*- Mm**;*"' o������������t".. Th** I'D***', howo--JS*. vP'itR  not be he4i"i>y.  Grand Theatre Ballroom  iec.l1  Dancing 9 to 2  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Dibley,   who   were  Spokane visitors last week,  got back'  on Thursday evening.  Miv and Mrs. Simister were Christmas visitors here with their daughters,  Mrs. Whiteside and Mrs. Martin.7  Mesdames North and Rodgers were  between trains callers on Creston  friends on Tuesday. Mrs. Cam was at  the metropolis on Thursday last.       .  Yttirdmaster \Loasby was a Cran*  brook visitor this week, leaving on  Sunday/  Mr. \and Mrs. O. M. Goodman, of  Cranbrook were visitors with Mr. and  Mrs,.Roy Paoctor at the middle of the  week.        ' ' : ���������'  L. W. Watthers is taking holidays  at Christmas this year, and the Sirdar  depot is at present in charge of Mr.  Clarkson of Orowsnost.  D. F. Whiteside, who is running  out of Cranbiool- at present, spent  Christmas with hie faaaily hesro.  Will Goodman,    was  a    Christmas  vEeittor with Oranbrooh friends.  Uuu Oman, in churge of the slip at  the Landing, was a Ohristmas visitor  with friends at Fernie,  7 Victor and Jack Grundy* who  attend school at Creaton aro homo for  Christmas with their parents at Sir-  dni".  '��������� Alfred Speaker has -returned to  Canyon as he is through-woiking for  the Continental Lumber &.PoIe Co. _  George Cowan, bush - foreman for  Continental Lumber At Pole Company,  Ltd.: has left for his home. In Detroit*  Mich.  Charles and James Leamy, -who are"  emptoyed at the Sash & Door Company, Ltd., spent Christmas with their  parents in Creston. returning Sunday.  . B. John'ioins of the Kitchener'HQtels  received a radio Christmas and New  Year greetings from Sweden this  year���������the fiist to have come from so  far to Kitchener.  Z. Geroux, who has been working in  Ross Spur, B.C., for tho past seven  months, returned on Tuesday to spend  Chri^mas with his family Ijere.  Miss Alice Molander, who has been  attending business college at Nelson*  arrived home, on Monday last for the  holidays.  Mr. and Mrs. Swanson and family  were at Canyon for the Christmas  holiday, guests of the tatter's parents*  Mr. und Mrs. Strong. - '  Misses Nellie and Phyllis Payne of  Creston arrived on Saturday for a  visit-with Vera and Hazel McGnnegal.  . Miss Jessie McGregor, who taught  school nere last year, passed through  Kitchener on Thursday Inst on her  way to Kaslo for Christinas with her  parents, and had yuletide greetings  for evsryone.  Ernest Geroux. who has been away  from hornw ffor the past two ye-iris,  eame home on Thursday to spend  Christ-mas with his parents. Mr, and  Mrs. SS. Geroux.  Rov.   H.  Featuring Wynndel Orchestra church of  with their  Novelty Music  and Novelty Dances.   '  Gbiiis S1i   LaibiSOGi  Supper K-fttra,  Varley   Is  duo   here lor  England  services at the  nchonlbouse at S and 10.80 a.m., Sun  day.  Foil. Saob���������1 portable forge, 1 bench  grinder, 1 pipe stock and dies* | toy  Inch,   1   pipe    vise   und   cutter,   and  . -      i -1 ,   *"'   ��������� -f   *- r-1 - .���������������������....  t������M������_l4������Liiy  Ut   |������<}ru   uJ.a..    AMki4.mt4fH.Ht.      >*_ai-.������,������������fcJ  for cash.   Apply Litigate Bros.  Geo. Lawrie and Jack McComb  went to Yahk on Thursday where  thoy were between trains visitors.  Pcrvln Cornwa sua it. HH. JSerrJtt  went to Crahbrook on Wednesday,  returning the following day.  Miss Lena Naslund, who has b-*en  workting tor B. Johnson at the Kitchener Hot^I, left on Thursday for Cranbrook, to spend Ohrlstnmt, und from  there she kods to Edmonton, Alberta,  44-r. mmi^fi.    im<T     ���������������?������������t'mT*j      M"-*.    1*4.   f <*>ff*T*"** >  I and ber brother John Naslund.  mmm  m.MwmMMmmmrm>������0!>'m*mitii������n  "mmm  ������ii ���������".imuimiiM.iiiiUfi-i  ���������M  ii_yia,.i������ SHE   E-YIEW,   ORESTON,    B.-   C.
Sometime!    Why not this time?
;ooct tea
The ORANGE PEKOE is extra good.   Try it I
Want Trained Men
0r Energy lit
Thinks Science Most Fruitful Field For.
Canadian Genius
Delivering;-liis annual address at.the
annual prize, giving- of Upper Canada
College, at -Toronto, Principal Grant
said:^ -   "7 *'"' ' *
'"I make . no apology for -putting
scholarship ,in the forefront. Never
had Canada'-more iiee'1 than today
for disciplined intellect iu every
branch ot our .national life; and
the boy'-who has won a university
scholarship has at least the beginnings
of intellectual discipline and even o��
intellectual^ distinction.
"I again appeal for some kind donor,
either to give us outright or at least
to start/ a fuhdyfor ' a    new .science
laboratoryV'"'Myy'bTicii view   "is    that
|Along./--the;;;.;p^U-yofj!.^cientiflc reseakycli,.
"already sdHveil'trodden by such men1
| as    Professor.... MacLennan    aud    Dr.'
I Banting; rather than along that, of literature, lies the most fruitful fleld Cor
the Canadian genius.
Gold Hunters Have
From Cassia?
It is noi the quantity of, food you
..eat but the nourishment your system
absorbs which builds up physical health
and strength.' Bovril is the concentrated, power and goodness of best beef.
It causes the digestive organs to extract 'much more nourishment .from
other foods. This has been definitely
proven by eminent scientists at the request of a Government department.
That is -why:���
The U. S. As a Magnet
During tbe general election campaign the subject of emigration and immigration as between Canada and the United .States received a great deal bf at-*
tention. It -was discussed pro and con, and masses of figures were-thrown
at the electorate to support this argument or to prove that, contention.
Whether the general "run of people are any wiser is open, to question.
It did not, however, require all those verbal fireworks to convince people
ol" one thing, and that i.s, that the United States does constitute a powerful
magnet drawing tens of thousands of people annually from Canada. Politicians may disagree .as to the underlying reason for that magnetic power, but
that it exists it would be useless, in the face of. patent .facts, to deny.    .
Without assuming to question that United States fLs'cai'policles'ih'ay have
a bearing, past and present, in promoting the conditions across the line which
now seem attractive to many people, it is natural that the United States
should today exercise a great drawing power. From the standpoint of climate, certain sections'of the United States attract many people from this more
northerly land, just as they draw thousands from other portions of the big
But the real attraction is found in the ���'bigness" of the United States, and
especially of its cities. People, as a rule, like big things*. They are usually
regariled as meaning excellence and success, although often mistakenly so.
Consequently the big cities and big institutions of the United States, doihfe
things in a big way, attract.
It is the same Influence at work which draws people from all over the
United Kingdom to London; causes Frenchmen to dock into Paris; leads the
youth of Ontario to go to Toronto, and of "Manitoba io Winnipeg. Just so do
Canadians naturally turn southward to New York. Chicago, Lps Angeles and
other largo centres. It is natural; it is inevitable. As Canada grows, the
power of this great magnet, will be lessened, but. regardless of natiohal policies on either side of the line it will never wholly disappear.
From the purely Canadian si and point, the most, regrettable feature i.s that
It is among the very best ol" our people that this magnet has greatest power.
So manifold are the opportunities, and so numerous the openings for the more
skilled or' our enginei-i*;.. electricians and mechanics, for our liiost learned professor.-, our cleverest doctors, our ablest writers, authors and artists, in a
word, the cream of our population filled for leadership, that it involves an
enormous persona.! sacrifice to reject, the offers made to them. Usually they
go. and the only gain to Canada i.s the great influence they exert, in the life
and thought of our great, neighbor, resulting in tine fine understanding and
good relation.*; which exist, betu-een the two countries".
But wi'.l   -hi",  -vorshlp  of "higne^s''   prove   a good, thing  for  the  United
States in use  Inn-,' run?      And in  the final analysis will the policies which
to ilfji-lop j-iiel* ""bigness" prove a strength or a weakness "io
By Keeping Baby's Own Tablets
in ihe House at All Times
To guard the baby against colds
nothing can equal Baby's Own Tablets. The Tablets are a mild laxative
that will keep the little oue's stomach
and bowels working regularly. It is
a recognized fact that where the stomach and bowels are in good order that
colds will not exist; that tho health
of the, little one will be good and that
he will thrive and be happy.
Thousands of mothers have become
convinced through the actual use of
the. Tablets that there is nothing to
equal them-in banishing constipation
and Indigestion; breaking up colds and
simple fevers; -expelling worms and
making teething time easy. Among
the thousands who praise Baby's" Own
Tablets is Mrs. Alex. J. Perry, Atlantic, N.S., who says:���"I always .keep
Baby's- Own Tablets in the house as
I know of no other medicine for little
ones to equal them."
Baby's Own >Tablei s are sold by
medicine dealers; or by mail at 25 cents
a box from The Cr. Williams Medicine
Co., .Brockville, Ont.
Revenue  From U.  S.  Tourists
Many  State   Intension   of Going   Back
.  Next Spring **
The last boat of the season to come.
down the -, Stikeeii* River .from the
Casslar gold region in Northern British Columbia arrived at AVrangel,
Alaska, Oct. IS, with a capacity list
including minors, engineers antl prospectors. Many of the passengers en-
route to Vancouver and Seattle for the
Coarse gold and nuggets taken from
new gold fields valued at $7,600 were
exhibited by several placer miners.
William Grady, discoverer of the
new gold district,. brought out 422
ounces of the precious metal rafter
sepnding 53 days on his claim. He
said he did^ndt do much mining on his
property, devoting most of his time
preparing the claim for next year.
Many of the returning gold hunters
said they would go back to the claims
early next spring, and would travel
overland into the Cassiar district before navigation on the Stikeen opens.
l^-P'  into
Don'tr think of Mustard
merely as a spicy relish
to enjoy with cold meat.
Mustard as a seasoning
to be used as widely as
you use salt and pepper.
Mustard brings out the
* natural hiddenyflavours
of cooked- dishes and,
adding its own flavour,
gives them anew zest
and relish.
Pathfinder  Of the  North
Will Be the First White Man to Visit
Remote Arctic Island
During the coming winter, Sergeant-
Joy, of the Royal Canadian Mounted
Police, whoso exploits in '��� the north
have formed the basis of several .stirring, narratives-,- will make a personal
patrol-.from the Craig Harbor detachment across EUesmere Island and encircle Axel -Heibe'rg. By this.means
Canada's .claim.to the island will be
strengthened. * Sergeant Joy will be.
the first white man, so far as is lmown,
to reach Axel Heiberg Island.'
_Mo need to suffer-with ���_corjpisi',-.'or,,to
run the risk of paring 1.heiii7 Remove
them surely and paiinlessly with Hol-
loway's Corn Remover. ���.��������� x.
Folej*: ''���What makes you so sure
that you cannot afford to own a car,
old man?"
.Bowles:  "I have one."
"We- instruct in tho following subjects:
OOMMKUOI All���Sho rthand, Typewrit r
ing-. Uookkeephipr. Seo.ret-trinl,' Accojmt-
jvney, < "ommei-cial Law, Comptometer.
.Dictaphone, Listiiij?��� ,Ma��]jii��ey Sa.lo.smtiii-
Hhip. Commercial Art, Pesiffn, Fashion
_Di-a-\vii_j_;.   '   ',��� ���''.' - ' ���' ���;���   ''���
KNGTNKERINO.-r ElecEHoal;-..'-.-Mechanical.'' Steam. ltefriKeratioiir* C"h��n"rtstry.
Surveying:, Architecture. Civil ���-Kn's.i.noer-'
ing-, Automobile. Engineering;, Miniiifi- "5n-
srlnoeringy Radio, Telegraphy, .Printing...
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. ������'I.ar-jcst. and best .-.equipped ^-private
Commercial & 33njjirieeriri'g"" Colleg-e in
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Corner   Port.-ige   &y' La'h'gside,  Winnipeg.
There aro 593,193 words in the Old
Testament, and 1S1,253 words in tho
New Testament. '
More Than
Two   M jjy.1 o n .'Autohi obiles
[nto Canada This Year
from the United States
have brought $150,000,000 in revenue
to Canada this year, according to estimates of Canadian- Government officials. More than 2,000,000 American
automobiles, it is estimated have
crossed into Canada already this year.
They carried approximately 9,000,000
t-ourists, or one tourist for every man,
woman and child iu the Dominion.
Every province shared in the tourist
business. Ontario received the larger traffic.'. Last year 1,376,988 cars'
from the United States entered Ontario, 163,878 of wliich stayed from two
to thirty days, 1,645 from one to six
months and the remainder shorter
have  a!*j-.iiit--d
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pnrirs'i-.-m   of   ''"<.nji).''_--:.'.   -li.-elost.-s
And as farm.-, r!.,-.- n���;���.���.������ in nunihcr ^
li-'-r.-j. village*. ur:.<;  loivi,:;   iJ��-jm-nii.txi
4'jiuring la'i*-1--." suni'- fiv *��� ye.'irs il
<������] ihivirj^'li ri.-ji ur;il i-an.j-1'.-i aUm-- by
with 7,.r/'Mi,i-l0n inort; mouihs  io f��-ed
amsaWer.s to ihe.--.. auestions. but already signs are
io ih-- moat thoughtful students of public affairs.
im* nor. only attracting Canadians, but thoy
away   from   lh<*ir farms,  their hamlets, vll-
ol* 102.1 couiluct.i-.il by the United Slates J"Je-
75.73.*i   t'f-wer   fnrms   than   existed   in   11)20.
*o does the niitub��T and population of ham-
on rural   life'an'5 progn-iHS for l.liolr exist-
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f-r|   nor   niaiiy
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, tlmr.. were 7*��,00"') IV.wi'i' faruiH eng-iged In
Th��* p.-tjpl.' are congr.-gallng in the large cities and
��� :.-���. n'l  Tooi!. bill.  :���'.)*   producer,.  <j|' it.
indUHi rlali/f-il. nation and. lhe grcnU'.sl   food im-
Today  it   Is   Ht 111   import In i-;  its   food   Ktippliost,
c .'tra' out of ''mjiloyiumii, living on doles pi'ovld-
nj aiiil their .-niilli*:*.      i're.-iidi'til  Coolidge stal-
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tin- p.'iipb>, iiwriy from ilu* Hniireeji
prodiicliort Into indu.ilrial imdfrlnlilngH In oongeMled
not, a Hound iifiilonal pulley. Such Indiii'lrJiiH only
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Awarded Wembley Medal   '
Canadian    National   Railways    Exhibit
Receives  Signal   Recognition
Award of the certificate of honor and
comme mora Live medal for 192-i to the
Canadian National Railways exhibit at
Wembley, was announced in a cabin
received at the C.N.R. office^ at Winnipeg.     The awards for 1925 will not
be made  for some months yet. Visitors who sa wtho exhibit in the pavilion of  the Canadian  National  Railways at Wembley in 192-1 wore imanl-
mouH  In  describing   It as  one  of the
outRiauding CeaturcH ofythe    dLsplay.
Their   Majesties   King     CJcorgr*     nnd
Queen    Mary,    H.R.H.    Lhe-Pi'lnce. of
Wales, the King and Queen of Spain,
and  the  Prince of Slam were among
those to  expre.sH  their opinion of the
sl/.e and vnrloty of the C.N.R. exhibit,.
Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physician>for
Rheumatism      Colds       Neuritis Neuralgia
Headache Pain Toothache/      Lumbago
Accept  only   ������Bayer'*   package.
which contains proven directions.
Handy   "TJayor"   boxes   of   12   tablotii
Also bottlcB of 24 and lOO-rDniggiBta.
AAplrtn "h the trade niarl- troclstorcrt In Onnnflal of "nnyor Mnnnfneture of Mononr-.tle-
-.cldcHti-r of Sallcyllcuclil (Acetyl EliillcyUo Acid, "A. S. A."). Wlillo tt i�� wroll known
tlint rtuplrln i-ienns nnycr raanurnctiirJ-. lo miHtiit the pntillo o��ah>Bt Iniltntlow., tho TabloU
of Mayer Coiaiiaiiy will be Btan"i>ed with   tliolr general trade marlc, tho  "Bayer Oroas."
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Apply Loo��l Aoonts or W. C. CASEY, 364 Wlaln Siroot, Winnipeg tttMNMMM0Wf*  ,  THE    REVIEW*   CRESTON.-   B.    C.  \  qst  ail  N, 1 1 T>      J ��������� O,      , " Electric Ship Transports Grain  . ortheriy ,K.adio   Dtation -      -���������-  The    Arctic  T  ���������~ -p.  circle  ���������veeps    Arctic  ouch  Witt  Circle    In  ivili^ation  is now in daily  the  Onion  Production  touch with civilization,    through  formal  opening: to  the   public  by ihejsix Carloads Shipped to Ne*> Zealand  department of interior and department] ' From Okanagan Valley  oi,.national defence, of the most nor- j     A rather unusual consignment of six  therly' commercial  radio     station     in J carloads   of   onions   recently   left   the  Canada.       This   station is  located  at j Canadian Pacific, coasts for New Zea-  Aklavik, at tho mouLh of tho Macken- j iaild) these   ,a\iug been grown in the  zie River,  and lies i,300 miles north;"1 Okanagan  Valley.      The  shipment, is  of'-Pdmonton and 125-miles beyond xhe"  Arctic circle. , -  The new station, in conjunction with  others in the .north, will supply; a -'cotn-  naunlcation service for*"the Northwest  Arctic and the Mackenzie basin, and  will undoubtedly, it is. stated, prove of  gc&at value =to the many trading and  transportation companies operating  in"7that district. The country, it is  pointed out, is very rich in furs, the  yearly export running into .many hundreds oi' thousands of dollars. There  are'also evidences*"ot" rich mineral deposits, but this resource has yet to be  developed. ��������� The oil wells at Fort Norman, 300 miles south of Aklavik, arc  already being developed, it is ofllcialls*  sta.ted, and fuel oil "and gasoline can  now be obtained locally practically  within the Arctic circle.  -The opening of the Aklavik station  -and the previous opening of the Fort  Smith station" on Sept. 5, .'marks the  completion jof. tlie,-, development work  on. the western portion of tlie, project  in >Yhich the Northwest Territories j prairie provinces-  branch  is interested.      Jt will be re-  7__  called that the equipment of Aklavik j  station    was    lost   .when    the    Lady I  worthy of note because,- not only^s  Canada producing insufficient onions  for her own use, but New Zealand has  been one of the countries from which  the Dominion" imported in the past.  The placing oi* an embargo on the  California product by tlie Antipodes |  last year gave Britisii Columbia onion  growers an opportunity of which they  took advantage. Out-of the shipments  made in 192-1 a volume of business has  developed which it is expected will be  permanent and increasingly profitable.  The total onion production of Canada in 1924 was 1,095,000 bushels, as  compared wirh 7-19,000 bushels in 1923,  according to the figures of the federal  "department of agriculture:- The provinces of Ontario and British Columbia  accounted for almost the entire commercial prod action.' The markets of  the British Columbia crop are indicated in-the distribution of the 1923 production when of a total of 4,000 tons,  3,200/tons went to cities .on tlie Pacific  coast and more than 2,000 tons to the  Deposits Of Marl  Carries 70,000 Bushels of Barley From  "Duluth io  Montreal  Montreal placerf another notch on  its history stick when ihe Twin CLties,  ilie first electrically driven ship to use  the port of Montreal, left after unloading 70,000 bushels oi' hurley.  The Twin kCities, owned, by the  Minnesota-Atlantic Transit Company,  came from Duluth. Her gross tonnage is 1,460 tons and she is capable  of carrying 2.100^ tons on a fourteen-  foot <3raugh t.  The boat, which gave tlie appearance pf a dismantled ship, is entirely  electrically driven. She is controlled from the wlieeilaouse. Her engines  are the Diesel .'electric type, and one ol'  the featur.es of:the ship, that is she is  propelled', by * twin rudders and twin  Screws* both of which are controlled  Erom tne wlieeihouse.  "Wheni coming- through the canal the  .masts, davits and wheelhouse wer&  brought doSvu to gunwale level to permit the boat to pass under the stationary bridges in the canal.  Capt. Martin Peterson was in charge  of the boat and crew of sixteen, and  he stated this was the first trip made  to Montreal.    f  "Her speed is ten knots an hour and  all she requires, he said, on the trip  from New "York to IVallaceburg, Ont.,  to Detroit and back to New York is  thirty tons of-oil fuel.  AH of her appurtenances are of the  electric type. Her galley^for instance,  is electrically operated; and she has  accommodation for 600 tons of package-freight electrically refrigerated.  She  expects "to  maintain a regular  service   to  this  port  with  the   sister  sh|p, the Twin  Ports,, both of which  i are the invention of Henry Penton, of  Utilization Of Straw* For Tke  viare    kJt  M  Mfean ^NliicJi To A?y estern Farmer  The   future   of  the   paper   industry,  and iadeed,  the future  of the whole  "Garnet"    Wheat    Will 1 tra<le * ^  printing,   causes   periodical  Extend-Crop* Area (anxiety  to   those    closely    associated  reported that  the new  wheat] vrith either owirfg to the diminishing  % Wheat Belt To Move North  Discovery  _/  of*  Cle,veland, .Ohio.      Both boats cost in  " It is reported mat tne  called the G-an.et may -push the wheat  belt 100 miles farther north. The  new Vjiieat is said to be rust resistant  and if the claims advanced fot it by  L. JE-I. Newman, cereal specialist of the  Canadian Government, prove true, it  will be a rival of the famous Marquis  wheat, now the popular wheat in Canada and among the majority of American wheat growers.  ���������Claims advanced hy the Canadian  official for this ./new wheat are that  it,is a much heavier yielder than the  Marquis, under any condition producing almost twice the crop, and that it  ripens from a week to ten days earlier  than the' Marquis, which enables it to  escape the possibilities of rust and  early fronts.  The wheat has been distributed  throughout Canada for further tests.  If it continues to justify its early  promise the rust problem will Be  reduced to a minimum. This pe&t  causes ,losses of millions of dollars and  wheat growers are anxiously awaiting  the results of the tests with the new  grain.���������Montreal Witness.  Kingersley, of the Hudson's Bay Com- j Valuab,e substance is Found in Nearly ��������� the neighborhood of $?OG,000.  pany Sleet, - sank off Point Barrow in " !  August, 3924. The completion of the  Northwest Territories radio' system  had, therefore, to be postponed for a  year until new equipment and/- stores  could be shipped in down the Mackenzie River this summer.  Every Province of Canada j -    ;  Deposits  of marl, according to   Dr. j Indian   Lookout  Used  Gping  Back To  Grain  F. T. Shutt, Dominion chemist, who  .during 1923-24 was calledupon to analyse some- forty samples received  from Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick,  Nova Scotia, Alberta and British Columbia, are found in nearly all the  provinces of Canada and are import-  By Forestry Service  \  ant and -valuable  Be]land treatment.  f i from    a    few  sources  of lime lor  They occur in beds  In  Predicts   U. ������.  Cattle   Ls*snds  Will  .-.   Planted In Wheat  Ten    million    acres,- of sgid in  southwest;  heretofore used for "cattle ] ten overlaid by peat or-muck.  rls are alanost 4������ure carbonate of  in the nejcf eight yeaj-s, C. C. Isley, of j lime wfiile, other's' contain more or  Dodge City,, Kansas, predicted ah an" j.less l clay, sand, organic .matter, dtc..  address, at the 29th-annual meeting of S which  decrease iheir value for-agri-  the Grain * Dealers' .National Association at Kansas City. -    - _.   ������_      '  He  said   prosperity - was   ahead  tlie large farmer of Northern Texas, ��������� shells. On air-drying by simple ex-  Soul h Dakota, Oklahoma, Colorado and posiire they sire found to be readily  Western' Kansas if the change to friable, breaking down to a coarse  grain from cattle is made. Much of j powder that easily permits of uniform  the acreage which he predicts V.-H1 go ^distribution"on the land.  intO'.:"wiieat lands have been under el  California   Rangers    Keep    Watch  Pine Trees 200 Feet High  An Indian lookout in the form of a  venerable pine tree, iu the vicinity of  Lake Arrowhead, Cal., is ono of the  valuable aids to the United States forestry service. The ancient tree, near-  inches to several feet j jy   200   feet   high,   serves   the  ranger  lookout~j&vea as it. served Indian warriors, scores of years ago in tribal  .wars. At the base of the pine signs  blazed in the past by the Indians-may  be seen dimly. Today keen-eyed  rangers- keep continual watch in the  upper branches for forest fires. " Thoy  are equipped with powerful glasses  jand telephones, in modern contrast .to  the sharp eyes of the aboriginal lookout nmliliis crude: wig-wag system.*   ,  supply of paper material from wood.  The United States has become the  greatest consumer of paper in 4he  world,.and as its own soft wood supplies have neared" exhaustion it has  come to depend largely upon Canada  and to draw more and more upon Canadian forests.  .. Not Ions a go "the London Morning  Post published an issue on paper-made  from straw,- 'and the unqualified success seems td have definitely lifted  the question front theory to practice.  The trouble experienced in the past,  as stated, has been with the brittle-  ness of the paper, but ten years' experiment's have overcome this difficulty. This De Vaine process, as it  is known, . has been perfected in  French factories, and, according to  the same paoer, the work is to be continued on. a large scale in Canada.  For some considerable time experiments have been in progress in Canada looking to the utilization of west-  tern straw piles in the manufacture  of paper. "Under the sponsorship of  the Canadian PacificRailway a method for the utilisation of flax straw in  ���������the manufacture of pulp for conversion  into high grade papers was < perfected.  More recently tests have been made  with wheat, oat and other straws under' the Bache-Wiig process at Edmonton, Alberta, under government  auspices, wiih. such success that efforts  are being made by the provincial authorities to interest capitalists in the  Manitoba SugarBeets.  -* -���������'������������������" -" ��������� '-. x.  Plots   Grown   For   Experimental   Purpose In Eatsterii'.'and Southern Part  .-.*"*   of-Province ���������'.'--.  (The analysis of sugar beets grown  on experimental plots in Manitoba has  ��������� commenced and will continue for the j  next month, according to the secretary-j  of    the    Manitoba    Su^ar V Compahy. j commercial  manufacture of this  pro-  These beets,  grown, on  a purely  ex- tdxict *n AH^rta.  perimental hasis, have been produced J It would-seem inevitable that sooner  on a total of; 260: plots throughout j pr later straw will become a raw; rua-  thc basterh and southern portions of-S lerial in lhe manufacture, of paper.  the province, chiefly in tlie Red River | xm^wiii mean a gigantic industry: for  land  Assiniboine valleys.       The  early! Canada   and   the   definite   removal   of  the j thick on" cold lake bottoms and are .of-  _ -    ��������� -   s     ~  Some  i  cultural purposes".      Marls, as  found,  are   usually   soft   and   pasty, in   con-  foi- sistency,    frequently    showing    small  was  a  oped, I'aiey deieia-*ed.     .y.:k".  '*  "'jf'hls is ' the ^firstv year; tlie United  .States has been on a domestic wheat  basis," 'he   said,   "and' it  Is,  the 'first"  year that the wheat, tariff, has  benefited the farmer;?*-  ���������"' "'��������� *  op as it delayed maturity and   tke newsprint industry trough dwin-  worms were bad in placesr  In J dltns fore,st supplies.      Such an indus-  wet  weather  beet cr  the cutw  spite of these "factors SO  the crop Is"quite satisfactory" A'few  carss will be shipped fo Chaska, Minn.,  for comiuciiial trial at the i'actory  there. Arrangements are already being made to increase the acreage considerably for next ��������� year, when it is  hoped to ship the crop to the i"actory  now under coitstruction at-'.Grand-  Forks-.  handicap   to   thejan5~ ^ngcr cf a loss of supremacy in  irish  increased  7 No   Crop   Failures  Stated That There Was Not One Crop  Fpilure ln,'Manitob.--i  Not one! Vsrop failure iu the province" of Manitoba is the report, of the  {-j-ovlitciril department, of agriculture  recently rc*leaeod; . 'Out-turns from  threshing   machines.,   are satisfactory  ,���������'.       r y   i ���������      , y  and  a  genevally optimistic  tone prevails. *    Ninety por cent, of .tlio  crop  Quantity and Value of ^eja. Fish Caught  On Both Coas.ts  An increase of 9,256,-iOO pounds, or  ?Stt,14 C in value, is shown for the total  quantity 61' sea fish landed on both  coasts of Canada during .August, 1925,  as. compared with tlie month of August, 1924.  Tlio amount landed on the Atlantic  and Pacific coasts of Canada last Auf  gust  was  123,885,700  pounds* with  a.  value to the fishermen of $3,17.1,7'*.!*,  us -against .114,459,300  pounds, valued  !at $3,085,(593 (iurliig August last year.  ' The increased quantity, states the dc-  ! partment of marine  and  fisheries, ii*  '��������� duo altogether to larger catches "bf cod  Its  iha-eshed  in \he  Red River Valhv  and as far wefst as Portage la Prui.j*I<*. j ������>"��������� ���������������*-'.'*>'?������K on the Atlantic coast und  aitil other  farm   work  well  in  hand;1 pJlchnrds  on  thp  Pacific  Avorugea per acre rrptn.61. report s re-  v.vWaii Hhow wheat yielding 19la biiHh-  'ola; oats, 44 husheds; barley, ?,2 bttsh-  cIh; flux, .12 bUHhelH;������rye, -I!!-")! hush-  dls. TIioho. aro higher in every euuo  than final uvoragoH i'or the 10 past  ycurs.  Pol^to^.s promlHo si good crop. Pump-  kinasu'i- better'than'In yours. Ploughing Is nicely started.��������������������������� Stock is iiigood  condition. . The dairy 'industry Is  Hhow Ing incronso or butter output ov  IurI year.  " Aeroplane For Women  '-*��������� A dainty little aeroplane designed  especially to appear to feminine tastes  has appeared in 'the*. J*ondon "market.  It is being sold for ������300,y (about  $1,500).. It is a, one-seater and is  built, the manufacturer.'- say, "for the  women only." ���������7  The .Royal Aero Club of Great Britain has granted flying .certificates to  seven wome:j.  On  Clock 700 .Years Old,  the Wells  Cathedral in  London  is a clock, constructed by. a monk* from  primitive material "ami with .primitive.  tools, some 700 years <-.go, but which  still i.s in fatiltless condition.     Besides  giving the Hour,'the clock records the  quarters    of    file    moon and. on the I  stroke of, the hour a group of medieval \ British  figures break into life'and whirl jround j  until the last chimes die -away.' .  per-cent- of itry "n"^- in-addition^ mean the utiiiza-  ' tion of an ouormous by-product." ' of  farming which is now.wasted, for it is  estimated that 7,000,000 tons of straw  are burned annually in the Dominion,  and this is increasing yearly. ' Tn  -Eastern C'auada there is a use for  straw in connection with the livestock  industry, but in the west the: burning "**  of straw pil?s after threshing is a sad  Teiuure of an unbalanced industry. The  adv*ent of ivtraw paper making, will,  bring additional revenue, mote employment, pri-st-rvSva great industiy  .for ,the world, and retain : an expoji't  trade for Canada of jirime importance  Shipping More Butter  Captain R. G. Latta  on tht) l-uclflc coast;. On  the Atlantic const, there wore 45,-ll>8,  700 -pounds of cod, haddock, hake*and1  pollock falcon during tho month of  Augiust. This Is iit> InoroaBO of H2,-  ���������llti.HOO pound is* ov������-r' August of last  year, when fill, 152,-100 pound.s wore  inken.  Earth Has Growing Pains  Spartan Race Impossible  Have you hud your ultra violet ruyH  ,      ��������� m ,   *  jgithis  niornitig?    * If  you    have,     your  tir\ heult.h������-nmy bo  "an almost, automatic  (uffiiir," according to Dr. C. "M. Wostor-  Jiruin, in nti stddn.'H.s to ihe Physiotherapeutic Afisoeia/ilori  at Chicago.      Tho  i  A tremulous earth means a young  one, .explain-* Prof. fhnrleH W". llm-vn.  geologlHt of ISiown I'nlver.slty, Provl-  di-nee. Th.* Herh-.s of eartluiuakeH i*n  the Atlantic ���������and I-tie Hie r.tuihoards tlnl.-s  yenr me mere evidenee of grow Ins  piilni-, lie nay* in 1'opular St*j.."n<*"j  Monilily. When tin* < artli finally ;j.���������������,'���������-  juljiihtetl und t-u:*ttl������*<l In old ;*3.e, ilnr<  will !>������������������ ni> ut ire quivers.  ������i..~i.������������������������������������ ..i.i,.,,...-...I,, , ,��������� ,-,..������������������.,. ,,,-...., ,.,.-..���������.......,���������,..  W.     N.     U,     ItJtlU  doctor Maid that if everybody could  get hi."*, full Hlinre of tin* ultra violets*,  a Spartan rat'ty would he created; Hut  'smoke and -hi:" I nnd tall "buildings iii-  leivened. He Hrild.  !   '"  ~-'- ���������   Ruhr Region Completely Evacuated  '     The  hiKt  Pi*j rich   d<*ia(dinienl   whieh  had rrimih-.'d .-������i l.nhnirl for Ihe prn-  j ten Ion ������f ,th-������   interallied   Rhine  uliip-  ','.'..   h.... h-J'l  eonipl'-'ily  Innporters      Takiny      Large  Quantities of Canadian  Product  Butter exports via Montreal are  more than :wict* as heavy so far this  year its they were in 1!'2-1, ui;d the  movement of cheese is also larger, although not in the same proportion.  During the period, May 1st to tlu* middle of September, exports through ihe  port of -Montreal a mounted to  packages of butter and  cheese during the same months ef  192-1. DurteiJj. one week in September.  11.222 packages of butter and GiMr-C.  boxes of ch'>ete were shipped, Manchester, "Liverpool and London, inking  huge quumiiiv.s ot both, und ]*.ilsiol u  heavy eotii-i^niijeivt of chees*'.  25.rsJr.7  M.or,}-*   or  Competition At Regina  Girls   -and   Boys   to   Show   Abcrdecn-  Ahgus Calvec nt "Winter Fair  'Girl's"or boys in SuskateheAvan  who  'wish to get Aberdeen-Angus calves lo  | show at the Winter Pair in lit'Hi should  : apply to the Secretary of tlie Saskal-  jchewan Aberdeen Angus Club.  j     Ureeders  of Aberdeen-Angus  eaith*  having calves born in 1U2J* <pin-'-br**d  or grade)   --itUablir  for girls anil  boys  to show in "the Winter Fairs of 11*20.  are reqtiest������-d to eominunleati- ih-vfact  to   Jamea   Rrowti,     S^crt-uiry,     Sank.  Abcrde.-n-Ai.'.us   Club,  Nettdorf,  S;i*-'c.  i'i*Mlu;i now  e%-:  a-l, ..   *'\ih"  a ... .    .. I.J J.J.  euated.  W^io has boon  appointed io  the  comniuiul  e������i'  lhe  ICtnpress of Scotland.  flugHhlp of tho CuniitHnn. Paclftc fleet' in HticcetsKlon to Captain James Gillie**.  who \vttH recent lyaiypolnteil m������.nager Gnnndlan l'ucifle HermiHhlp'i In Lotulon.  <si������]ilfiin f/-tlr> 1ihh''I������������������m������ii wilb Ilu* cnumtn.y ijIt>**i* liMlTi ri"������������1 i'������ii*"ilt������> <*���������������>-- *w.i \fuv-.  hun. been 0.1 tho bridge of lhe Moutroyal.  Wife: "Ilo.v do you lilce my -���������nit**"'    I  got   tlie reelpe  v������-est������'rn ide;i."  IIu-b.itHl    < try in I*  cuke):   "Tii it  reelp*'  4i:r.ct*> ,*������'T'-r      I |l������...a>t������"a      I  '   "   "', ,  i.vci-  ih-*  radio;   li'.*-  Jo    I������1U" (inn ihe  must ,lu������ve  ht-t'ii  ia-      lilM'"K S        hfalmil"  ���������n  wi  ^Wjflfnffmmi?njijuu5'*iiW*i>iy.!i<*Wirtuftuutlnrf Qii  hMicjIir ><>+** -ty ^.^K-iWiV* W*4it|w������fte; '���������-���������yi. *^.~i^"R.v������t  I j'W;V>.i t-T**^".*-;'-"1-  :.'/-,:��������� --V-.:' A  THE CHESTOH 2S-EVSEW  A NEW-YEAR MESSAGE  Bs T. M. EDMONDSON  I View this great wide world with vision's wondrous eye,  And as I look I feel a strangelike apathy.   *" :  No language can describe that wondrous nebulae  And no astronomer can tell the sphere in which they lay,  1'      ' '" '���������'      '' ' rlk'-\  :������������������.-���������: :-..--���������'  See yonder falling star glide through eternal space,  Quick, as tb������ apple of an eye, to its abiding place.  Then thousand sister stars open for it a place;  A vast* gigantic Panama* bound by ethereal space. r  There is no height, or depth, nor length; nor breadth to see;  Amazing work, beyond compare, this vast immensity.  Thus, while I gazed at yonder   worlds���������a   tmishod   work  sublime��������� " . >-.-". ,....���������'.*���������-;���������y. ',     -*'  I hear the soul exultant pry, *' 'Tis perfect, ,tis diving  The sculptor kneads his doughy clay* 'tis not to you and me  A fdrin of beauty.  'TIS to him a statue, he can Bee.  Born With an impulse in his soul  how truly doth he know  The silhouette and profile line, the guide on which to go.  With skill and caution, day by day, his arduous work  - pursues, .7- ���������'  Thus hy the art of moulding clay a perfect statue proves.  And as the days and years go by the" sculptor works his  ^way;   :  BuiTHs images and statues new of stone, brass, bronze or  clay. ������������������ ,   ' ' <   ."  The great design is in his  heart,  the best that's known to  sculptor's art,  IJike his creator hath in mind  a work that's   perfect of ita  kind.  -And when the sculptor's laid to rest   his works proclaim he  did his best.  And though  the nations  fade away, his work dcth stand  and no decay. *...-���������-.  A Oreston Valley maiden, of bright and cheerf ul air%  Was known to be despondent���������a thing so. very rare���������  Her face it seemed to sadden; stem, grim, as of a monk.      **-  The dance she last attended she saw the boys   weredrunki-  Thoughts of despair ran through her soul;  her bosom there  did swell; *  Intoxicated company with decent girls, 'twas hell.       -  The smiting of her conscience; she felt her body wilt;  She felt within her trembling soul a  consciousness of guilt.  Drink, the precursor of   a   crime,   -when   conscience   says,  ouau uut.  Deadens the intellect   and   soul   when   fiercest   crime   is  wrought.  "Never again," she said, "will I attend a midnight dance  When our escorts-to-be have proved to be a 3ar.ce."  "Never again will I attend the place of the flowing bowl;  Where the midnight demon full of lust hath dared to damn  my soul. _. ���������'.  Whatever brought) me to this  place���������to thinking  people a  disgrace���������  When mother said to me, beware, this, night I'll plead for  yon in prayer,**  The dope fiend and bootlegger stand a mighty evil in   our  land;  As lions in  the  forest  roar; as raging bulls their victims  gore. .   .     ���������_    .  As serpents sting and  adders bite���������their  deadly deeds are  done at night.  This New Tsar's Day we ocnp to Thee, to starve, thia ������. eat,  iniquity.  Our sons and daughters wilt thou  save; our noble youths  from a pauper's grave. -  Wishing E  iveryone a  Jlappy New.Ye^r!  At Nakusp the. 1925 fall fair has  a surplus of just over $100.  At Fernie the beer license fee  has been   reduced   from   sf-500   to  $350.  The creamery at Armstrong is  making fifteen' tons of, butter per  month.  Fernie has this year spent  $21,000 on improvements to the  city roads..  Stocks in full bloom were picked  in the Manly garden at <3rand  Forks on December 21st.  St Andrews United Church at  Vernon oversubscribed its $1800  budget allocation by #200.  The Trail smelter is said toy  employ close to 2000 men: ait Trail  and in the mines at Rossland. -  Editor Hall has" dropped the  weekly News and is now giving  Trail a very creditable daily paper  which he calls the Bulletin.  J. A. McCatlum of Grand Forks^  claims to have had fresh picked  asparagus for Christmas dinner.  The Elks Lodge at Cranbrook  treated all the unemployed in that  town to a free Christmas dinner.  jj^i^'i������--n*-*j9-**t-*-iM  - Cranbrook, Kimberiey and  Michel clubs have memberships of  over 100 curlers each this winter.  Kaslo Women's Institute will  erect a sun-porch on the men's  ward of the hospital  in that town.  There ia talk of the head office of  the    Associated     Growers 7belnjs  shifted from Vernon   to " Kelowna.  - * -   , - .  There   are   500   .names . on   the  voters list to be*-7 u&ed -yat the municipal election at Grand Forks next  month. ."*-*>'  During .the first two weeks of  December four beer-parlors iu the  Fernie.. district have been destroyed  by lire*. -i/kk}k; l.A.  a-.-Aa- 'xki'k 7"~ -  Loyal Orange Lodge,So. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each * issonth. at * Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.   _.  "   ERIC OLSON, W.M.  ' -v.-.   e  SYNQWaF  lo  A Happy New Yeav!  . 3������imber!ey lias quite a bad outbreak o2 measles. Even the public  school principal was laid up for a  week with them.  200 Kaslo youn testers enjoyed  the usual Christmas community  treat provided, by the different  societies in town. 7.  For the next three months the  moving picture theatre at Greenwood will operate two SatuK*day  nights each month. 7  . At Pentieton hospital rates have  been cut with a view, to attracting  business.    A   private    ward   now  costs but $4 a~day.  A--.-4*. ���������������_*._. m^^S,   _.. JBStmmi    ������_. (S_C_!!Sft BF^^  WjuTrnrmii  o[u0uFs������3  Furniture  Uoir/SujQit'A  ���������  For . failing to kfeop a proper  register showing who* stopped at  his hotel a Cranbrook hofcelman has  "uafc been fined $50.  Pentieton growers are disappointed because* the final returns  on their Wealthy only averages  between 55 and 00 cents a box.  Married   men employed  by  the  Trail smelter each got a turkey as  a Christmas present.    Single  men  got a $3 ordar on tho corapturay  store.  Collections by the Grand Eorka  police department for 1925 will bo  $2800 in excess of tho intake of the  year   previous    according   to   tlio  Gazette.  , Dr. Kingston is asking Grand  IPorks council-, to take over fcflio  hospital the "doctor operates in that  town. 3J-> claims to have lost  $1000 this year.  At, Grand Forks the school board  Is puyiiijg ������1. _G per meat for cutting  ;,.dowii double seats to single ones,  wacu an additional payment oi jj-i  per seat tor taking: them up and  .puLliug t'leaii clown again.  LmAM������MENiS  PRE-EMPTIONS  Vn66o������|- -..---%i_rwS������__rvwwr.    ~ SUTV'SySd  Crown lands may *"*��������������� Wrt-������ms>ted hy  a-ritieh *rabj_cta_OTe_r 18 -7*"-eu?" ������f aS"������-  and hr allon* on d^arlwtT Intention  to become - British.- -rabjoct*-, -condi-  ticna". "upon^ *"������*-l!������4en<s-*_ .. o-scupation,  d.n-8. improvement for aartcultural  purpoaM.-    - -,v    .- 7 A*  "Full iniomu_Uo>n con**������fnln|c re_u.-  atlona regarding*- prtHoroptFons la "*  eiven In. Bulletin, "Now-1, "Uuad Series.  'How to Pve-empt "Land," copies of  which can be obtained tree of char_������  by a&dre������Bin_ tha Papartment of  _andB(, Victoria, B.O^ er to any Oov-  ' ernJ-n*sntyA������erit.  R������coi-dB. will too sraated covering  baly-' Ha_d ���������suitsib'lc far-, _sr4culi?sral  purpoaos, and -whio_. le not timber-  leLtKX, l.������^ oarrylxiff over C.00O board  Ceot p������>r jusro w������B������tof tho Coast Ran������������  and 8,000 feet J>������*f aero east of that  AppSicatioas for pi_������-������������iBptid������-������ are  to be addresaed to the Xioad Com-  mla-rioner of the Zjand Reoordlnjr t>i-  ^-ialon. In which tho land applied, for  is vituatod, aud.iuro ztiado on printod  tcarm*. ooplea ct whioh oan bo obtained from tho K-aiid ycominl-iiloner.  Pro-emptloiiffl muMt be occupied for  ���������fivo yenre and lmprovomenb-i nu_d������  to value of |10 per aorev ixicludiiiB  oloarinp"and nulttvatinff at leant five  aorea, before & Crown Grant con be  repeiirod. ���������.  Few moro dotolled imfoi-matlon eoe  tho Bulletin "HoW to Pre-empt  Xand.H ���������  ..-.." ������;*,-'. .-^uiioMAati"1;;:^-,,.     .���������  AppUoatton- ���������*��������� rooolrod for ,pur-  ch&ao of* vfteaht and tmiroaorired  Crown lands, not balnv, timbtirlaJ-idu  for ainrloultiural purposes: n-inimuro  prloe of flr������t-ola������-i (arable) land ie fB  p<*jp cw3T*\. aisd, jsccond���������ciBJSfl' (Bfre-Eiuff)  land 18.80 por acre.--''Fturth������r Inf or r.'  matlon reffirdlnprrpurohaao or lieaa*  bf Crown land* iu given in Bulletin  "Mo. 10, _Land florle**,, **Puro3_ui������ and  I������eaao of CroiWttJUfcnd"."  Mill, factory, or Industrial elteu on  timber land, not -ntoeedlnff 10 acre*,  naxjt be purohaeed or loaned, the con-  dltlO-QO Inoludlno* payment of  etumpaKO.   . 'A  MOMFntS'STS .LEA9ES, .  I "Ua.u-j.-.Tiii-fi _w������sa,-oiot,osooQ*!laas So  aoreu-i, may be leaaed urn homealte**,  ocmdltlonal uponr a. dwolllnff beln������  .orooted tn tho ���������ftwt.-rear, tltlo belnj  "obtfldhable after iweldenoe, nnd lm-  'provemeht oonditlone ore fulfilled  mnd Ittaid ban Ttnwun surveyed.  . ' ���������aa.KA*"* BS , ' *  For vraalnir and   Induatrtal    pur*  p<wmwi .aroani.uoi- fuLcmi*&.lximi 8-S0 acrM  ms.7 b������' ieasesti by oae pfirflo-n o"* i  oow>D*iiy.  -   .-../.fliBASCIMq,.,  Undorthe Oraatns; Act tho Prov-  lno������ la* dlvldAd into ffraslnjf dlstrlctn  anfl tho ranwe admlulntered unfler *iN  OraKtnir . Commli-iloner. Annual  irra-elnsr pemnlta are toeu&d boned on  numborn rang-eil, priority botnnr glvon  to oatabllelied owners. Mtack-ownor-i  may- form   asMdolatlone    for    rn������������a  frjfi i-*t n *-v-*a*w" (**������������.#        W**-������������i.ja     *+**   ^^ ^���������������-| n f %m*   ****+ a  iJw������nif_i''"iiuro' amiable* for*" eettier-i.  ctkTOtwiri* and ftra.vell*r������. up to ten  hftid. _ -T-T.     ry  Local 'and Personal  , "Wm. Ramsay off Nelson, district  p ijblie woriics enginrer. was here on an  inspection trip on Thursday last. He  slates that-, for 193*> in the Ci-es-ton  elpctoi-ul district his worl"- w������s lar^ly  c nf.n������������fl to. m intarance. With the  exception of-the   Crawford   Hill diver  sion no roads  were undertaken in th������S | afternonn.   The new officers  Creston Valley, although-considerable  was spent in new bridge*., lie figures  three raHet* of the hard surface road  ht;re was given a coating of 70%  asphattic oil.  The annual meet-in*-; of the Presbyterian Mission Band was held at the  home  of   Mrs.   Speers   on   Saturday  year are:  President���������Detty Couling.  .   Vice Pre8ident--Oweri.. W  [ebster.  logs, by   burning   now, while   the  men are there   tb prevent the fires  spreading with so much stuff lying  Vice President���������������wen.. w,flD8"r. **   "     A-"       .��������� .     '        j I-   j  2nd   Vioe-I*res.*~M*M"Bon McDonald,   about that will be as  dry as tinner  -Secretary���������SefctySpe?rs/;    *.     -. .,     fc^e oom|ng summer.  Treas������r������-r���������Jean McCreatn. a  Warning to Users of Radio  ��������� V -    A11 Radio Receiving Sets  r      - .MUSlF'hij Licensed     '  Penalty on summary conviction is a fine not exceeding $50.00*  ,    *_____������������. *������������"M&.avw      as.    VM������-������a*>     "^ ������e������_4 "a**- ?a������-      JJ������- ���������?���������       ���������~~a���������.������������������"-  ��������� ~~ r.     ������_r  Licenses valid lb 31st March, 1926, may be obtained from : Staff  "  Post Offices, Radio Dialers, Radio Impschrs, or frmRiiio  : Branch?-Department of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa.  The proceeds from license fees are \ise<l to control Broadcasting  and. to improve Broadcast reception conditions.  A.JOHVStOW, Deputy Minister of Miriae and Fisheries.  If yoiraiH* interested, in the*<jpurchaser? a. Radio .Set _ drop iny,and  s-e* these  nm-chines.ATWATBR.KENT   Radio   Sets  .represent   t|ie   achieve ment   of-  possibly,   the    biggest-    7  concern is the rariio jiei-i. ^  ��������� * ��������� m r  Supply Secretary���������Hazel Hopwood.  Flower Oonnmittee*���������Marjorie Learmonth, _ Sarah Qirinn, Margnertie  Whitney. i X  ' '    ]���������  After the business session games were  played, and there was also a contest,  with refreshments served at the close  of ..the afternoon. The Band now  enjoys a memberihip of twenty two  girls.  At the annual,meeting on Thursday  night last, the following- officers were  elected -for 1926  for   Creston   L.O.L.,  No." 2095:   .  "y '        ? -;_  W:M.���������W. .H. Crawford.  _D.M.-���������J. -SpratC.. *.^*  Ohap.���������Jas. Gonipton..    f.  Bee. Secretary^-rP-.J- Jwhnston.   ,  Fin. Secretary���������J.^Sherwood,  Treasure!���������T.-Ros's.  1st Lecturer���������B, Downes.  2nd Lecturer���������Rev. J. Herdman.  Marshall���������M. York.  Committee���������D: Learmonth. F. Ross,  *-    E. Olson,   i. Rhodes,   O. Samuel- i  son.  I.T.���������O. Johnsm.  O.T.���������S. M.   Watson.  1925 has been   a very active  one with  the local lodge, which shows a substantial gain in memb'-rship.  -1928 will be a fSast masters* yeslr  with Oreston Masonic Lodge, with  fche thret* principal offires as well as  some of the minors-lies, in charge of  'members who h������ve previously presided over the lodge's meetings. The  officers for the neiv year  ares  I.P.M.���������W. R. Long.  W.M.���������S. A. Speers.  S.W.���������las. Compton.  J."W.���������John Blinco.  Secretary���������O. F. Hayes.  Treasurer���������W. Fi-as-er.  S.D.���������H. E. Ostei-doif.   t  J.D.���������H.  Langston.  S.S.���������H. Ytaing.  J.S.���������B. J. Long.  I.G.--T. W. Bundy.  Tyler���������L. Littiejohn.  Chaplain���������W.*-H-.  Watchery-  D.. of C*���������Major Mallandaine.  R.W.   Bro, Major Mallandaine,   I> D.  G.M.   fi>r   East    Kootenay    bad   full  charge of the installation   which took  place    on     Monday    night   and   was  followed by   the   usual   banquet   and 1  -peechmaktng, this-year's affairs being |-j  one   ot   the     m--*-t   enjoyable   in   the' -  lodge's recent history.  Far better to burn it al! now and  thus protect your neighbors, besides  your own homes and ranches from  danger, and be swre to protect the  live green trees * from getting  blackened .or killed outright. Pile  your rubbish put in an open space,  you would do as much on your own  property.  Everyone.dreads"forest fires, and  that annual smoke nuisance,' so do  it now; less jexpense,, cooler work,  too. This idea would, doubtless,  have tbe approval of the forestry  department. OBSERVER  Pianoforte, Organ ana  Singing Lessons  AR1HUR COLLIS. Creston  '     .AOv BwrW  New Stock df  mess  PRINTED BUTTER  WRAPPERS at the  Review.  I ETTOje TtT THE CfliTfiR  I  CHEVROLET MOTOR CABS AN*D  *     TRUCKS  AQENTS  Burn the Slashings Nout.  ������������������- .���������    -  Editor Review:  Sir,���������r would like to ' suggest  that these fellows who are so  industriaus ri&ht now in getting  firewood, especially along the  mountain slope, clear up all their  trimmings, slashings, and old rotten  sale: uF STRAY Ar-iMvJAL.  McLAUQHLIN-BUtCK  . CARS.,  ���������Ht|_J  '.'III JlUIIIHiWIIIWI  The Touring       ���������.._._.   AU*7*  Take notice that on Tlmibday, Jun-  uary 7th, 192(1, at one o'clock p.m., I  will i-ell'by putilic auction, one red and  white annual, 18 months: old With  while spots e������n forehead and left,  shoulder, which strayed onto my  prenriMes'Ott or about D--cehibei' 1st.  192%   KILTON YOUNG, Canyon B.C  NOTICE  ������t^������������9<ei������wti������l������ei  TKe Imfiroveo"  Ford Touriiig Car  unapptoached.  Advances tn'comlbi-t have kept pace wWh lmp_r^vcmcnto������ -  indcol������n. Placing the facl tonk under the cowl hag made  It noMlblo to lower th������ ������eat*r giving greater lea room and  added ' comfort for driver ana paesenBer*. Ventilation  and drivma vlalon. are "mpro'ved by thto new touring wind'  shield, dielower hnlf of which lu ncljuBti-ble.  T8ie t\ldc acaartalns, gcn������nrtlly re-denlgnenl '*o confornri to Emcly  and tcp .chsnt^������ ������^<*- th- -f"*-*ml detail'of tourtn-i! comfort.  Wltcn to place, the curtain* open with tlie doow nnd  combine wide vision will*, l-wttng durability.  Canyon City Lumber.Company.  Limited, ure ������losing out their  bu sin ihn and all those indebted to  them please uiiike Settleuient nb  once. Anyone having claims  agjiinHt the Com pn ny nleasenreseh t  same. CANYON CITY LUMBER  COMPANY, Limited.    .  So'ivlofl Tencloi'B ad-lrosi-q'l to tho undorBlcnod  and otldorBftd ���������"Tonrtci* for Wiavt, Hiondo\  Il.C." -will bo j-ocolvcd until 12 o'eloe* noott.  TtJttdaw.JamuorM 19, J926, for tho eoiiBtnioMon o������  a I'.ibUc -vhartf. nt Slloralol, Kootenay TVlnta-l-it.,  BO' -  , piana and formn of oontraot can bo Boon, and  flpooIflcaUona ana forma 'of tonrlor obti-inotl at  IIilB ]>opiu^n������int, at tho ofllpa oC tho DlHtrlot  MriKlnoop. ICW.O. HalUllnm Noleon. U.O.; atao  at tlio Feat X>jae-������ Kaslo. M.O.. Naknaa. R.G..  Revolfltoko'. *fi.O.,VaticoavoT,R.O.vand Rlondol  B.O.  BEVAN-5 .GARAGE  m* 40-%%  mm? mm *****   mw������  M   mi   Inn      *       wmm   M   ������������������ <w-  hatriM  CD  Tondorn -will Rot Tio opnftldorod ������nloaa������maao  on nrlnWl rormH mipnllfid by tho Oopartmont.  and ln aooordaiioo vjiitli oondlMona oontalnod  therein. ,.    ' ...  Kanh tt-nitormnubbo aooempanlo'l by an ao-  otiiautl olioiiuo on a ului.rtcj.-wH jjayjk, PMWiV10,to  tho ordor of tha Minl������fco^of JPjibllo Workw,  equal to 10 p.-*. of tlio amonnt of tho toudor.  BonilHof tho IJomlnlon of Caniuliv or bonda of  tho Canadian Natlon-il Hallway Company will  alwo bo aoaoptart ua aooarlty, or bondM anil a  ohomio If roqalrod to make up an odd .amount.  NOTIC���������IMuo pflnbi can. bo oUtalncd at thin  ISiSi5  SB  ^g^y^ffl-^yw^w^aft^  Pig  ii.mMjni������_atww������Miij  1  nopftrtmoafcliyrtopo-ililnB- nn nooonlXMl oliequo  for thfl anm of f 10.00. nayrtlilo to thn owlor of  tho MtnlHtov OC Putvli0 WoirkRL which .will "ho  for thfl amn of f 10.00.  of Pah.., ...  tho tntoii������M-iK  tiy order,'���������'''  votm-nod lit  rotfulnf *>td.'  nnlor of  Ji will "ho  wiibmlt a  1������   CV'T>*l������-*������l->*  ��������� '*'  ��������� __���������'������������������ -Boon'otary.  Dfliiarttnotit of P-aihllc Worlc**.  OlUiwiw, il������ic*iii*bur x&hWJA,  Second Hand Store in  connection  Mm mWIirabelll  Sho. and Harness Repairing  I  MEAT MERCHANTS  I I'll  LlUi  Here's Wishing -Yoji  the  Best  that's Going in  1926!  iAr,Ben*ia*j*iMi  Custoniers  Very Happy and Pi^^rciiis  New Year !  I  VL'  ERS' SU  GREETINGS!  We Wish our Friends the Compliments  ofthe Season  SHE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  C^lfad Paid Up $2O������0OO!O0O  . Re-serve Vtmd $20,000^)00  Creaton Branch  D. T. Sctimgoour* Manager  Our Service  The Bank was established in 1875, and in  the course of fifty years Branches have heen  established from time to time at carefully  chospn points. The service at all Branches _s  local and personal, hut it is also world wide in  scope. A moderate sized Bank���������not too machine-like*���������-with a friendly interest in its clients.  *" '  j^^L    j^H . j^^H ^^^  ^^^Hl   H    jp^S|. '   H  . H^j2l ^^k   ra^fe|B T^J5|.  M-^ly.  B  B      nfVfP mm ^Pt W.^^^^^*��������� mmWrnf mwmmWjm ^fcJBa       'i J^   ^  C. W. ALUiN,  r������ia>wr<Qrr*Wk1 'RRANCff.  Jf-inaaficfi.  aatf  na  n'-tiiii|U .i^ria--.ii-r.ra-ii-m- i. V i ''^-If^jif ii^irmii- ������������'>���������* y _>** liij*Mri*l''W i"wWfW s~>  waa  THE    -REVIEW     CnRERTON, . B.    CJ  ./  mtis:  AmAmkjk^F<> F^AkAik'kAAA  HEADACHE, BiaOUSNESS  M"7ittDlG_S*to^  kkMmW;^mMi^^W&Br^  Transportation Problems  Says..Ocean  Combine   Extracts   Large  Sum From Settlers  W, T. It. PrJ-ston, investigator of tho  North Atlantic  combine, declares  lhe j  steamship comhiiio hail extracted ?50,- I  000,000   from   settlers   coining   lo   this j  country.      Mr. Preston expressed confidence that there would he a population   of   25,000.000   in   Canada   within  twenty   years  ii*  the   people   of today  assisted    in   breaking    transportation  combines on both land and sea.'  J        _.J.    J. "'   ��������� '      . ii     ���������    .'���������    ��������� -^af  James Oliver CurooDcf  a love: epic or the far mmn  Copyright, 1917, by Doubleday.   Page   &   Co.  ���������BAREE, SON OF KAZAN," a Vitagrapli Picture. With Wolf, the War Dog.  -������������������        * is an Adaptation'of This Story  SYNOPSIS  McTaggart, the factor, had gone to  the cabin' of Pierrot, the trapper, to  claim Pierrot's daughter, Nepeese, as  bis bride. Nepeese led liim to the  brink of the chasm. -He.put his arms  aboui the girl, but she, hatred flaring  up in her, freed herself an,d pushed  him. over tlte brink and into a pool,  twenty feet below*. Then returning to  the cabin, Nepeese fondled Baree, the I  "You are not going to. run away,  Baree. Nod, you are going to stay  with me, and we will kill that man-  beast if he dares do to me again what  he did back there."       She flung back  Face Was Disfigured.  Healed by Cuticura.  m   ��������� .  ..  " Some time ago I -was bothered  with eczema which broke out on  my face in. a rash. I took no notice  of it at first umil the trouble began  to spread and the irritation caused  me to scratch. My face was disfigured arjid. the "trouble lasted about  three months. 7  " I tried different remedies bnt  none seemed to do any good. I  beard about Cuticura Soap and  Ointment and purchased some, and  after using tju-ee cakes of Cuticura  Soap and one box of Cuticura Ointment I -was completely healed."  (Signed) Miss Gladys Pahl, 333-  31st St., N. Milwaukee, Wis., Sept.  29, 1924.-y-.y7y. y-  Use Cuticura to clear your akin.  ftaBS&t  _U������b. I-xw TtytSaSL   Addrnw CarUMJiwi  Oepoft:   "SteB&ocua. tfct, Montreal."   Price, Soap  gc.Otartwn* Si end Bftc Talma gSfc.  aW-*~ Caticeora S-avina Stick 2Sac  Willow's  hand.    He  drew back slowly and cautiously from her lap, and as  .ho loose hair from about her flushed ' I>iei;rot- advanced, Baree snarled.    The  face, and for a moment sh.e forgot  Baree as she thought of that lialf-inin-  ute-at the edge bf the chasm.    He "was  wolf-dog.      Her    touch    thrilled  young   untamed   animal.       Under  her  caress  his  eyes  closed, but  at sound  of her voice they shot, open again.  :i.  the ! looking straight up at her when her  glance fell. on. him again. "Non, you  are not going  to-run  away���������you  are  j going to  follow' me,"  she  whispered.  CHAPTER   XIV.���������Continued. "Come."  "He will come here���������that beast���������  and he will kill us," she was saying.  "lie will kill you because you bit him,  Baree. Ugh, I.wish you were bigger  and stronger so that you could take  off his head for me!"' '       .      ',  She was untying Lhe babiclie from  about tho table-leg, land under her  breath she laughed. She was not  frightened. It was a tremendous adventure���������and she throbbed with exultation at the thought of having beaten  the man-beast in her own way. She  could see him in the pool struggling  and beating about like a great fish.,  lie was just about crawling out of the  chasm now���������and she laughed again :is  she caught Baree up under her arm.  "Oh���������opp'nao-���������but you are heavy!" }  she gasped. '"And yet I must carry i  you���������because I am going to run:"  .She hurried outside. Pierrot had-  not come, and she darted swiftly into \  the balsams back of the cabin, wiih  Baree hung in the crook of her arm,  like a sack filled at. both ends and lied  in the middle. He felt like that. too.  But he still had no inclination to wrig- j was a tiny meadow in the heart of the  gle himself free. Nepeese ran with J forest, not more than three or four  him until her arm ached. Then she ; times as big us the cabin; underfoot  stopped nnd put him down on his feet, jibe grass was soft and green, and  holding to the end of the caribou-skin i thick with' flowers. Straight through  thong that was tied about his nock, i the heart of this little oasis trickled a  She was prepared for any lunge he j streamlet across which the Willow  might make to escape.     She expected   jumped with Baree under her arm, and  ?>>���������-���������������** !*/-*. ���������������-*-������ tt \ .1 ���������*���������*���������������**-���������.-, .-. r* ���������- ������ t -���������.*���������**.��������������������������� *��������������� v* .1 Of*- il*.*. *���������������jl rr-> *-* p ���������! Vin v-111 ������������������*,*,������,-, .������ r.-,.-.*, 1 *[  i  it *.������,���������.        il";        ���������������- \_r VI. t l".      A_-_**������4vvJ      at j.i      il������t������   ll������l"i i     ������*.**.-~*   .   --J#**        ���������������*������������.-       x   Vaj-) ..,      \j L       ������*.iv.        1  ill        It IXQ       <h      OAAlctii  for a f-'w moments she wat-Mied him ! wigwam made of freshly cut spruce  closely, whil������������������. Baree," with hi.s feel on . and balsam-boughs. Into her diminu-  e.trrh once more. Sdolced*'"��������� about' him.! live  mekewap the Willow thrust her  iu him j head* to see that things were as she  jhad left ill<'m "yesterday. Then, with  ��������� a long hi-'si-h of relief, she put down  i her fom-leggod burden and fastened  j the ������'nd of .be babiche to one of tho  i cut spruce-limbs.  "He saw Nepeese put her two arms  up around the man-beast's neck."  .. They came at last into"an opens   It  And     th"n  softly.  :h.  Wllf'hV.-    SJiijl-a-   tl  next%instant Nepeese had risen and  had run to Pierrot. The look ih her  father's face alarmed her.  "Wliiit has 'happened mon pere?"  she*cried7  Pierrot shrugged his shoulders.  "Nothing,* ma* Nepeese���������except that  you have roused: a thousand devils in  the heart'of thev Factor from Lac Bain,  and that��������� "  He stopped as he saw Baree, and  pointed a���������*him.    *"7  .'���������"Last night when. M'sieu the Factor  caught him in a snare, he., bit M'sieu's  hand. M'sieu's hand is swollen twice  its size, and I can see "his blood turning black.'"   It is pechipoo.*'  "Pechipoo!'' gasped Nepeese.  She looked into Pierrot's eyes. They  were dark, and filled with a sinister  gleam��������� a flash of exultation, she  thought.  "Yes, it is the blood-poison," said  Pierrot. A gleam of cunning shot  into his eyes as he looked over his  shoulder, an<l nodded. "I have/hidden  the medicine���������and told , him there'is  no time to lose in getting back to Lac  Bain. Atfcf he is afraid���������that devil!  He is waiting. With that blackening  hand, he is afraid to start back alone  ���������-and so I go with him. And���������listen,  ma Nepeese. We 'will be away 'by  sundown, and there is something you  must know before I go."  y .Baree saw them there, close together  in the shadows thrown by ilie tail  spruce trees. He heard the lowmur-  iniir of' their voices���������chiefly'of Pierrot's; and at last he saw Nepeese put  her two arms up around the man-  beast's neck, and then Pierrot went  away again "nto the forest.  loved to face it, as she was facing it  now. It mate her forget-all things  but the splendid might of nature; her  half-wild soul thrilled to the crash  and fire of it; often she had reached  up her bare arms and laughed with  joy as the deluge burst about her.  Even now she might have stood there  in the little open until the rain fell,  ir a Avhine from Baree had not turn-  'ed her. As the first big drop struck  with the dull thud-of leaden bullets  about them, >he went with him into  ihe balsam shelter.  Once before Baree had, - . passed  through a night of ��������� terrible storm;���������the  night he had hidden himself'under a  root and saw the tree rlvs-n by lightning; but now he had company, and.  .the'"warmth, and soft pressure of the  Willow's baud on his head and neck  filled him with a strange courage. He  gro'iwled softly at the crashing thunder. He wanted; to snap at the lightning flashes. Under her hand Nepeese felt the stiffening of his body,  and in .a moment-of uncanny stillness  she heard the sharp, uneasy elicit of  his teeth. .. Then the rain fell.  -���������(Tojbe. continued)  IRTECTO RAPID  The   -world's   best   hair ' tint.  "Will restore {fray hatr to  its  natural  color in   15  minutes.  Small    Size 93.30   by  malt  Double Size $5.50   by   mall  TJhe W. T. Pember Stores Urn.ted  Phone M. 2374=5       129 Yoage St.  TORONTO. 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Made to fit SMP Sinks and all  standard ������lnk?.~ Size 20* x 24*.  Same sturdy construction as on SMP  -Sinks. Very handsome and a great  labor saver. Sold complete with  brackets'and fittings for setting up.  Price, complete, $6.50  Por sale by plumbers and hardware  stores throughout  the  country.  **"SHEET M&TAL r^bOUCTS Co.' ������Hmu������  -MOWTREAL    TORONTO -WlNNlPEG J,'  iCCM&NTO*.     VANCOUVER   CAUJAHV    S0SW  tkHAJ &L\JKJUmt.lJ  EN AND WO  A WOMAN'S  iUFFERSNG  f-telleved by Lydia E. Pink*  ham's Vegetable Compound  CHAPTER XV.  For a long lime after Pierrot left  them tlie Willow did not move from  where sho had seated herself beside  Baree. It was at last .tho. "deepening  shadows and a near runiblu in thfc  ski' that roused her from the fear of  the things Pierrot had told her. When  she. looked up, black "clouds were i"4fiss-  j     Baree   burrowed   him.sr-ir back,  into j iuK slowly over the open space above  j ilu- wall or ihn wigwam, and with head I,h<! spi'uco-tops.      Darkness was iall-  i alei'i���������-and i-yes    wide    open���������watched i^n������.  I an.--niively  what   happened after this  Not  a movement' ol' tlie Willow escaped him.     f-.be was radiant���������and happy,  , 11'-r l;iuf-h, Kw.eet und wild a.s a bird's  ���������     ��������� irill, sei  Biu-ee's ho a ri. Un-nhbinp. wllh  Verdun, Montreal, Quebec, --"J urn   -,i des-ire to.lump ahont with her among  one of thousiinda who haye taken Lydia i {iu. -jiow.-rs.  K. I'mkbam's Vegetable'Compound and i'i. ,(      "s,. .   ,  I have Rreat faith in it. I can safely j Vw i( lhn" ^������%l������P-*������'" ^���������<'������������ed lo lor-  Kay it iian r**iievea my trou'uii*- and 1 ;K'-i l'>-1'-'''-. d'-r wild blood raced with  shall never lv- wif-h-aH a bottle nf it in ihe j()y f>r ,ier irlunijih over Die Fac-  my hon_-.e. Siri'-e rny lawr baby wan ; . i-..Am i -ie I'-.in ' <4h<-. c-_,v i.in-.  1,-^rn Isuirert-d from nmnp and buckach������v; U,J t"'"n '"l lj,lin* S1,( haw him  and would f* .,-1 .*><. tuv.d J could not do j iM-rnlJi. flounl.TiiK* about, in lhe priol--  .���������mythinpf in my home. Sim*e I have  ~A;\?s������������������table Compound  iM-f-n   taking the  aril f.yrlia E. l'in*iham*n Blood Medicine  I iV:el a*. dt:l\.rent��������� I recommend it to j  nil rny friend-, and hope it will-.ure other j  women who nr.* Hiifrering from the trou- :  bb������������ I ha*".'*- ��������� Mr-\ Tiii������*i, II. CUuuvi-rtt, ;  S.M FCvelyn .Street, Verdun. Montreal, ;  '.v.iich<-<r. ;  Lydia F*'.. Pinkhrirn's W-.-<-;:,l>lo Com> ;  pound is a*������ dependable i/iedieiie* fer the  new me'h������")\     It i-������ prepared frvriru'it'i '  and  herb:-!. containM   no harmful druf^a  and can be tai.en by the nmrninfj mother. ;���������  Its worth in r**>.*f.oriri.if the mother to!  normal iie;������3t.h and .**( rer.j'th in told aixwin  .*..*j<l .'i^.'u.'j  Jli   j..ijl ..������������������iji.i   a"1!,-*"!.: -'���������'    ..... .  (Jardner write**.  A recent-. canvasB of women uvera of ,  ?iie    Vegetable.- Comp^mnrl   nhow*   that *  Crf out of awry U>*> women taking the ,  rt-erlieine   nre    benefit*"!   by   it.      They .  write and tell n������ ;w.     **,ufh<*videnr^ en-  tltles -j.-j to call il. a ifopenrJaWe njedi<ine  Tor women,     ft f?" f������*r s.ilrt by drup-jH-.t-f  everywhere. C  Tl'.  N.     17  c,m>  [jii"Hir"d lijin at the cabin now, soaked  arid aiu'i*,-, deninndii'i,!; of mon jM'.ri:'  where ish" hud riiiio, And- nion pi-m,  w["h   a   nlniu*   ol*   lil.i   .dion I del';.",   av;i������  i.ellirifr him   ilint   he <||iln'l  know Ilial  prob-tbJ.. i.lii' ii.'id Jim oU' into Nje lor-  enl. H (lid not enlev lie-������- head Ihal jli  (i-r-i-1.-1 nt, Ilu.-'b AIi*Ta^i*;ari Jn ilial. way  f-h>'   hrid  jilaviil   vsilb  dynnmiie.       .She  il.i[   iilM    i in e/.<-|;   ilje   pi-jjl    I i.U |.   ill   ilJl   j|,-  i"l.;,'ll. v.oill'l Jihv'i* JlllUipeil ihe wild  ths.sjj   irom   h* i"   I'nr.e   and   curdled   ilie  l/if.i..5  ia le-r  va_fi,., ijid  iji.i|  i'Wrtin tliul  .v|. i :ia->',,u i. <,,iai le-ejin." im iii'i' ,i dead-  li������-,-   neia.'.ei'   il.aii  i-\vi',  There eatn*- an inferrujdIon,      II wan  l lie Hii-ippin.'*: ol  ;i t\*y ,-iMck.      'riirouwh  the    Ij.re.-'l    f'jei rol    had    f'Olj",!'   Willi    lhe  Hl������-aJth ol a '-fit, nnrl when they loo]*-  ed np b������' ."lood a I the ei!"*e ol' the open,  ftaree knew Ihyt II ".va.i nnr llunh Mr-  'fiicMirl I !u i     i'    u'ii-t   *������    imin ��������� l.������-!������ k* *  Jn, linn ly  hl'i  body   .iilffeiied nnilei- 1 lu  lu the whispoi- of the wind and  the dead stillnet'.s oi" the thickening  Kloom there wa.s tho sullen browing ol'  iitorni.  Nepeese shivered and rose to her  feet. For .he first time Baree #ot  up, and he i-tood close at her side.  Above thoni a HghtnlhR-fluBliycut the  c.loudH like a kniTe oi:fli'e,i,J'ollowod in  an in.slant by a teniae crash ol' thunder.      Uaro.i shrank buck as if .struck  0 blow. He would havo Hlunlc Into  the t-heltoi' of the brush wall of tho  wigwam, but there wa������ Komething  jibotil Ihe WJliow as ho looked at her  whloli    gave    him    confidence.      Thn  1 bunder orushrd again. T.Uit ho ro-  lrented m> farther, Ills oytis were  Jl.-.ed on  Nf-pc-Cic.  On Hint nigh I, It may he, Iho Bplril  of Storm win born Jn Nopooso.     Sho  Get More Pleasure Out of Life and  Are of  More Use in the World Than Sickly,  Run Down People  There are jieopie who lack the red I  blood    to    give    color    to their lips, \  warmth to.their hands and brightness  to their eye;;  These people tire easily and cannot  Help for Nervbus  People  Are you pale and weak, tired most  of the  time, out of breath on slight,  exertion ?  Are you nervous, is your sleep dis-  ly and .miss much of the pleasure of  living. 7������*   "  To become active and energetic, like  ating'  If you have any of these symptoms  you need the help of such a reliable  tonic as Dr.    Williams."    Pink    Pills."  most, red-blooded    Canadians,    these [Rtratt what JVfr.,.W.-W. Francis; of Cal  ;^itt4^fM^^^  f*:01-l-S:H"IE"S-  MAKti. OL.O LIKE: H'EW'  WIETAL  POLISH  KLONDIKE  #"*** A _EH_r_   NICKLE  ! tmk: capo "OLianca, umiitco . hamiltom  mmm\'  nn hand I,ti cane of^emer  mmm  jieople need a blood-building tonic.  A tonic that gives .strength, that revitalizes weak nerveH, that .Increase.**  the appetite and' aids digestion, will  put color in the cheeka and lips'and  give -vfeor to'tho step. That meaua  new joy in living, Increased usefulness  and longer life, .  Wherever you llnd a person who has  taken Dr. Williams' Pink Pill** jiilth-  I'ully you find an enthushiBtlc friend of  iho tonic that linn made life mean  mora in many ways. Those blood-  making pills have been used by'three  generations of Canadians and In al-  inout every community, however small,  can ��������� be found those who owe health  and hnppinesfl to thl.-j famous house-  hoUl reiiKuly, "���������  Weik and Run Down  "1 wl.������"h from my heart I could per-  suado every poison who In run down  la health to give Dr. Williams.' Pink  Pills a trial." Thus writes Mrs. Loulo  Mitchell, Oak PoInt,~"Man��������� who further fuiys.:������������������"'About a year ago I wai;  a weak woman, suffering from a run  down "lystoni and Impovorishod blood.  Any little exertion would cause, my  logrt to (rembfo and my lunut to throb  violently. f could not jiweeji a i-ootu  or walk (lily feet witlinut being r**-  haUHled. Tiien 1 began taking Dr.  Williams' 1'Mnlc Pllla and ni'ior taking  only six box'.in I am as well and strong Two useful hooks, "Building Up lhn  as ������,kver, I can walk and ri'm without Blood," and "What to Eat and How to  stopping every few seconds gasping Ent," will ho r-ent free by Tho Dr. WU-  for breath as previously. Dr. WJ1-i Hams* MedUdnu Co., Ih-ockvlllc, Out.,  IliimH1 Pink Pills will be my Htand-by J If you mention Oils paper.  lu Hie futures If over iny blood nocilw J Dr. WllUams* Pink Pills are nold by  building up attain, und J  tihn.ll always'all dealera In niedlclne or will be m-ml  j llnd   pleasuri  in  rt'comniending   them   by mall, post paid, on receipt of price,  i. to uiiyone n'Odlng a toulc." |C0 cents per box.  gary, Alta., says of this tonic, "After  returning from overseas," writes Mr.  Francis, "my whole system' was in a  badly run 'dpwn condition. 1 became  nervous, Irritable, pale and lost weight.  Of course-1 was given treatment and  recommended many tonics, some olv  which I took, but with iio apparent result., At last I could not even sleep.  My sister, who is In England, wrote  and urged mo' to give Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills/ a trial, and I can scarcely  say how glad I am thalT took her advice. My frl.ends were surprised at  my complete recovery, but. I assured  them It wiisiduo entirely to Dr. Williams' Pink Pilla und I now always  keep a l>ox  geiTcy."  Keep Your .System Toned  Up      "  Dr. Williams" Plnlt Pills'��������� assist  digestion,, correct the la-.-aliu.de, tho  palpitation of the heart, shaky nerves  and tho pallor of the lace and -lips  that ni*o ��������� tho results of thin, impure  blood.  Try f*t\ William.** Pink Pill.*; for  anaemia, rhnimatlsm, neuralgia, nervousness. Take them as a- tonic if  you aro not ln tho best physical condition nnd cultivate a resistance that  will keep you woll and strong. del n  box and begin this Iron!ment. now.  Send   For  These   Health   Booka  ,/ ���������  sa, *h.t **������ ��������� f-     ^wa^swiMi<<t}u_j!s_ aavr���������" * "������"*������"-"-"T*  H_st'__s_iriff.r___^S!yi^^ iswrn^  XjXX-  /  Y  rrr  TKE   REVIEW,    CBESTOi-T,    B.    C.  HEALING  SOOTHING  ANTISEPTIC  /*f/tylff7������S* SI/ffUvffI/������m9  The  Tractor  In  Russia  Rats Cause Much Damage   -  Britain's      Annual      Loss      Through  Rodents is Said to be Enormous  Owing    to    the    recent invasion of  Buckingham Palace by rats and their'  increase throughout the  country, the  Anti-Rodent    Society    has started its  fall     campaigij,    urging    housewives,  storekeepers   and   all   other- patriotic  citizens to "do your rat-killing" early,':  says  a dispatch  from London.      The.  country has been araiased to action by  a recent statement estimating the annual loss to England through rats at  approximately;   ������70,000,000   sterling.  Is     Rapidly     Taking     Place     of     Old  Wooden Plow  . Gradually the American tractor is  making triumphant progress in Russia.  ItJ_s being distributed by the co-operative organizations on easy terms of  payment to peasant communities and  is replacing the old wooden plow. Up  to 1914, there had been imported into  Russia only flfty tractors. At the beginning of 1925, the government had  brought its purchases up to -1,835. Tho  importing programme for this year  provides for the purchase of an additional five thousand.  How Robert M. Koenig  Found Remedy for  Pimply Skin  Earache, Toothache  Now Quickly Subdued  These aro the sort of ills that call  for a powerful and certain remedy.  "When your tooth is jumping, when you  want ease and comfort in a hurry, you  always get that quick relief from  trusty oid "Neffvillne." Many who  have proved the unfailing merit ot  Nerviline call it "King over Pain."  Certainly no family can afford to be  without a bottle of this dependable,  medicine. .Nerviline is a protection  against a hundred minor ills, siich as  cramps, gat, on the stomach, neuralgia,  toothache, earache, etc. Get a 35c  bottle from your dealer to-day.  Canada "produced   about   $20,000,000  worth of honey last year.  Aesop's name first appears in literature of about 570 B.C.  For years my skin would break out  every once in a_ while���������and ointments  did very little to help mer  I read a doctor's article stating that  pimply skin usually conies- from the  stomach���������ana bowels uot getting rid  of the poisons. '" ������*<  I tried Carter's Little'Liver Pills for  a few days���������and since that time my  skin is smooth and clear. Now I fell  my friends the right way, oi getting  rid of a broken out skin���������and also of  steering clear of upset stomach and  sick headache. Carter's are all you  *"l3im for them.  Building Boom "In Rome  Building . is progressing so rapidly,  particularly in'suburban.sections of,  Rome, that the municipal authorities  are unable to keep pace in furnishing  names "tor the streets, and numbers  for the houses.  Women Can Retain  Their Good Looks  WORLD MAPPINGS  lC*_U  New York University has inaugurated its fourth year of air college. More  than a million students tuned Jn on  the radio broadcast lectures last year.  Christian   Krogh,  noted   Norwegian  -painter, is dead at the age oC 73.     He  devoted himself largely to portraying  sailors and fishermen and landscapes  of a simple type.  **��������� -  * An amateur at Perth, West Australia, has received a radio message from  Sweden, transmitted with a power of  only* 18 watt j. It is claimed this is a  world's record..  William. Dineen, a pioneer of the  business life of Toronto, and one of its  best known citizens, as dead, aged 87.  Mr. Dineen for many years represented Roman Catholic citizens on the  board of education.  A foolproof monoplane which can  be held in the air with any one of its  three -motors and will travel at a 115-  mile an hour c|ip, without control by  human hands has been successfully  demonstrated by Anthony II. G. Fok-  ker,  noted DutcTi designer.  For  ���������0110 m\% CRAMPS  111 THS STOMAS  There's Nothing Equals  FREE RECIPE BOOK��������� ������*��������� Tf'ZFZZ.  Cheese Co., ILtd., Montreal.  (4~"t5  OUR CROSSWORD PUZZLE  . r. ,,  'Uk &  "It   has   been - in   use   for   over SSQ  years;   its   action  is   pleasant,  rapid,  reliable    and    effectual,    and    relief  I   conies promptly.  |       "Don't  accept  a- substitute.'**  j       Tho genuine is put up onlv bv The  3*. Jtliiburn Co., .Limited, Toronto, Oat.  Char Plant At brumheller  - Lignite Products 'Corporation, of  Buffalo, will establish a char plant at  the Midland mine in Brumheller within sixty da.*>s. It produced a highly  efficient fuel.  I'ho Mult la ml. riioti. Studio,  Mrs. Wm. Fletcher .."of 28. Cherry  St., Stratford, Ont. says, "Br. Pierce's  Favorite Prc'scriptior. is rt, tonic and  nervine that I would recommend to  every"wonjan iicarinjjf middle life. I  found it not only quieted'my nerve?,  but it also relieved rnc of hot flashes,  dizziness and backaches. Before I  took the 'Prescription' I had the  strangest sort of pain, like a knife  culling thru my. back, 1 look lour  bot'les of the 'Prescription' and can  truth Fully say every particle of pain  has disappeared aud 1 am feeling: as  well a.s any person  could."  Go to your neighborhood drug  store at mice and obtain this Pre-  {'���������criptioii in tablets Ar li-JuSd, or scud  10 cents to Dr. Pierce's laboratory  in Hridtfebtii'g, Out., for trial package.  VV.    N.    If.     ICI������0  The Flaring Silhouette  A fluttering, flaring line���������this is the  picture of the autumn mode. The  flare at tlie- sides sponsors the new  freedom or motion for fall in tailored  frocks. Chic, practical and simple in  design is this crepe-satin frock with  the convertible collar extending into  long,tabs either side ol* the neck opening. . The tailored sleeves are long  and snug-flttirig at the -wrist. The  circular flounce with pointed top ia  divided into two sections and joined  to the plain* front and back at the  hip-line. ' The back section of the  flounce may be omitted, leaving a long,  pit-In back. The diagram pictures  the partly finished garment, and pattern No. 3201 is In sizes 34, 30, 38, -10  and 42 inches bust. Sisso 36 biTsirre-  qtilrcs 3.% yards of 3G-lnch, or 3-iA  yards of 10-lncli material for tjio plain  dross, and'l.'V6' yards of Sfl-lnch, or :i%  yards of I0-lnch 'extra material'for-the  circular flou.ice.'���������" m Price 20 cents;  Our Fashion Boole, illustrating the  newest and most, practical stylos,-will  be of Interast to every home dressmaker. ��������� Pricjj of the, book 10 cents  the copy.  '    -.,..,.,a,,y  How To, Ojfdh&f Pat ������61*1151  , Health cannot be looked for in the  child that is subject to ���������worms, because  "worms destroy health by creating internal distui'bances that retard development and" cause serious weakness.  Miller's Worm Powders expel worms  and are so -beneficial in their action  that the systems of-the little sufferers  are restored io health fain ess, aii ihe  discomforts and dangers;of worm in--  fection are. removed, and satisfactory  growth is. assured.  ���������A church in Cornwall, "Bng., has a  devil's door, through ;which the devil  is.supposed to pass out.  TOOTHACHE  Bat'id tho face with  Minard's  In wator and place a piece of  cotton   wool,   saturated   with  Minard's'In tho cavity.  Addi-essrT-Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  175 MeDermot Ave., Winnipeg  /  Pattern No.. .,. .Size ...  Xumo  Town  Prov in oo  Send  20c coin  or  stamps   fwrnp coin  carefully)  Minard'a  Liniment for Colds  Every man has a right <ta bo an, agnostic; but, no man has a right to be  proud of his lack of understanding.  A total of !),010 new books wore published during 192.4.  Horizontal  1���������Attemnt.  4���������Fruit.  8���������Mineral spring.       '  11���������Perches. - >__..��������� -      - s-  13���������Eskimo snow houses.  15���������Female  relative.  16���������Fuss.  18���������Encourage.. .        , .  19���������Engineering degree.  20���������"Laws.  23���������Pronoun.  24���������Smooth.  25���������Surfeit. ���������  27���������Washing       preparations.  30���������Small bodies of land.  32^���������Above. -  33���������Opinion.  34���������Exist.  35���������Make. a   low,   murmuring sound.  37���������Heavy black wood.  40���������Authoritative- standard.  -t-_i ruil    alliauj,, -.  43���������New   England   State  Cabbr.). v  45���������Of no advantage.   -  ���������17���������Exclamation   oi'   triumph.  4S���������Press.  50���������Spe.d,w  51���������Journey.  53���������Ship.  55���������EuroDean   country.  ���������17-  21  57���������Point," of compass.  58���������VeWsl  used in the Meditei*  ranean.  ;>9���������Feminine -suffix.  -*        Vertical  1���������Clues.  2���������Debauchee.  3���������Over there, at a distance.  4���������-Near.  5���������"Religious song.  6���������-King oE beasts <pl.).  7���������For- example (abbr.).  8���������Weep.  9���������-Metrical composition.  10���������Flowers.  12���������-Liong,    thin,    narrow  piece of leather.  114���������-Endures.  -Prefix meaning  -Long,    heavy  twice  overcoats.  22���������Coverings     for     tho  feet and legs.  24���������Kind of chicken.  26���������Joint of the body.  ���������^         2S���������Belonging to us.  commonly, J 29���������Single unit  ** "-'I'���������������-=���������-���������-   si���������Even   (poet).  50���������"Deduce.  36���������Substantives.  3S���������Sew loosely together  39���������Desires longingly.  41���������The European blackbird.  42���������Thick.  44���������Anger   CpL>.  ���������16���������Sixth    note    of dia-  -    tonic scale.  47���������Shades.  *9���������Suffix   denoting   full  of.  52���������Lyric poem.  51���������Plural      ending      of  many nouns.  56���������You aud I.  Answer to Last Week's Puzzle  Relieves Asthma at Little Expense.  Thousands of dollars have heen vainly spent upon remedies for asthma and  seldom, if ever, with any relief. Dr..  JMD. Kellogg's, Asthma Remedy, despite Its assurance of benefit, costs so  little that. It ls within roach of all. rt  is the national remedy for asthma, far  removed from tho class of doubtful and  experimental preparations. Your dealer can supply it.  ���������  Corn Culture In trie West  Corn Is stmdlly gaining Jn popularity throughout the west as an aid to  dlvei'slflcd farming ahd it ia estimated  "that 100,000 acres \vei": grown iu Saskatchewan lust year. Although seed  was sen-poo in 19131 and the price rather liigli,  Iho acreage will  probably be  .".Ji&htly  higlu."!.'  Ihh>  i cu- than  la*..'..  Many mothers can testify io lhe virtue  of  Mother Craves*  Worm  Kxterminator, beenuso  they lqio\v rrom cx-  ^perlenco how useful it Is,  Children's Colds  1  Aro best treated ������x~  tomalty*. Check them  averntffht "without  "do.-.lnff*' br rubblne  Vlcfe* over throat and  chest Rt bedtime.  W Va.poR.uq  Cook's, R^  A **"���������"*. Reliable, refulalln  ��������� medicine, foi1 Women;1 "*SaoWy/  ,.K( <-r.������|f_tee������ of; Mr i imtili: .No,, I,' * I ;',.  ���������aV.,>,2.,'S3..,No'.,3,'.S,l������.'" Sol.i'hy j.|| ,  ���������ilriJRjaj.u; ,������,r, i<f>l iy������j>������i<l ������n |i"rr������| .  ajl^Kf.''.��������� Kr^e''|\in|a|������|fl.,'."*"  ^TMC^cooa .j-*toi<:iwt-.c;<*s  ...v������*f������r������ai������to.iO������r������fitl������'iWIW������W*>#''  : i.������-ri,,|v.,aa������a.>la* l'.������l������lal Mi.la, !'.���������(..,  ':   ��������� . .   ���������   ,    '������������������, . .,���������     i'   .   ��������� ���������     w(v. .r"ii>'iir  ths Nttw rnetMCH remedv.  THERAPIONNQl  THERAPION NO.2  tp 8*i IF?! "wr m%\ W* B "C. j _M IMfi ir������  Ko, 1 for llUdder C������.u������rrh. Mo. a let Blood *  8HlnDliJ-aies. Ho.3forChroideWenVriB-iaei.  ���������ot,ni<vi.euii"ia ciin������i*rsj,r*-ici*i������ knoi.juni',31.  T>r������.l-!-r.r..f!T ������i<l������.,1., C-.fr������rfTtrM:\������rd.T*.W,������,t.ot.alc_(  ���������v Mall SI. IO "row TL, Cia.'.KrKT. K���������To������_lNlO.O������i'l  WM. W_J_KMA������I UTKBt-T. WUW VOktClT*.  An  unibr.'-lla   nientler  dh d   riM*.-'tiiF:  leaving an  eslate of !<"12.",m00.  Mlnard'K  Llrtiment  for Sore   Back  <*-������'  MPWM  mmmmm  ���������MM  lairwjEmilH- >*t������r^iaaa������*.ia Maaw.^.*a  y~; ;:i'7:'"':",:7'^'^^.*!!!!^*''''  m4imMm>mmmmmmmiimmm-i  ���������a___.fi  ^WkHb^lfalUJ BWW^BW'a.wi iii.....i i.ail.iii.laaiiailia  J Li.^UUL'FIJJIVJa^Uiil^ IIUUB  -_ -r,J-.-" Jju-11- j>i- jia"jJ4������i_-m__t  yVMS- CBKS^r*   BJSVIBW  |      ITS OUR LOAF AS WELL  AS YOURS  THE WORLD'S BEST  Creston Valley Co-Operative Associa  tion wishes its   Patrons and  Friends    a    New    Year    of  Health and Happiness.  _*.**  Creston Valley Co-Operative Assn.  CRESTON  ERICKSOiM  Fob Sale���������1 portable forge, 1 bench  grinder, 1 pipe stock and dies, i to 2  inch, 1 pipe- vise and cutter, and  quantity of pipe and fittings. Cheap  for cash.    Apply Lidgate Bros.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, JAN. 3  CRESTON  7.30 p.m.  SIRDAR  8 and 10.30 a.m.  Wishing You a  Happy and  Prosperous  1926  Local and Personal!  .Mrs. -Mead is spending the Christmas holidays with her son, George, at  Fernie.  GvtKBA. Fowl���������We have" a few real  choice birds for. sale, $4 per pair. F.  II. Jackson.  For Sale���������Fresh beef, any quant  ity, at 8 cents per pound.    Apply Fred  K. Smith, Creston.  Miss Hirell Miller is spending  Christmas with her cousin, Olwen  Evans, at Cranbrook.   -  For Sa������e���������Washstand, good as  new, and a 9x12 foot "Wilton square.  Enquire Review Office. V  Mrs. Percy Truscott left on Thurs*  day last to spend the Christmas week  with her parents in Nelson.  Fred Smith spent the Christmas  holidays with his parent**, Mr. and  Mrs. J. 6. Smith, in Nelson.  Mr. and Mrs. Hertig were visitors  with Nelson friends the latter part of  the week^leaving on Friday.  Mrs. Rroley of Spokane spent the  Christmas vacation here with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. 6. 'Nicholls.  Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thompson of  Wardner were Christmas guests of  the latter's mother, Mrs. Repsomer.  I R. A. Comfort of the Creaton Dairy  remembered his customers in practical  fashion leaving a. half pint of cream  with each- of  them . the  day   before  Christmas. -'.''*"---  Miss Mildred McDonald, who is on  the teaching atrtfiE: of the Blairmore,  Alberta, school, is home for Christmas  with her "parents, Mr.' and Mrs. H. W.  McDonald.  B.C. Mutual Benefit Association,  Vancouver, B.C. "Any person between  the ages of 16 and "*0 desiring to join  this {2600 ClnbX apply to P. R. Truscott, Creston.  The New Year eve ball at the GrAnd  Theatre Ballroom tonight (Thursday)  will start at nine, with the Alice Sid������  ing Musical Party orchestra supplying the music.  Misses Marguerite Crawford, and  Lillian Cherrington and 'Mr. Bob  Crawford, who are students at the  Nejson Business College, are home for  the Christmas New Year vacation.  Pay your taxes today (31st) and  make sure of your name appearing on  the village voters list. The amount  outstanding this year is in excess of  the uncollected rates at theend of 1924.  JV^embers of the Women's Institute  are reminded of the annual meeting,  which takes place -Friday afternoon  next. January 8th, in the Parish Hall.  Mrs. M. J. Boyd is the retiring  president.  H, Creed of Kaslo was a business  visitor here on Thursday last, when he  purchased a team of work horses and  harness - from the McCreath barn.  The horses w 11 be used at ore hauling  this winter. ,  Mr. FRUIT GROWER  Why not place your order for your; Box requirements  now,- and have them delivered at once so you can ;  make them up in your spare time and  save the  cost of having them made.    We will give you 5%  ". off on them, payable Match 1st, 1926.    This offer  good only until the 15th day of February, 1926.  ������_.*  S. O. RODGERS  BOX IVI.^NXJir'AlCTXJ'RER  susa  on Business uoiiege  Best Equipped Business College in British Colombia  INDIVIDUAL TUITION  Sound,Commercial Training in  Shorthand,  Spelling.  Typewriting*    Bookkeeping,    Penmanship  Commercial ^ Arithmetic,     Commercial  English,  Commercial Law,  Filing," and  General  Office Procedure.  nfiAWSON  CRESTON.  OGILVIE Goods are dependable  A il���������5 EMcol. ������3T  %"��������� HS_M*C_������S    Jt GiT    CaaiO  New Year!  l?i^lr$&ofi!S  J. T. WilHscroft of Dnimheller,  Alberta, arrived on Thursday" for a  short visit with his.sister, Mrs M. R.  Joyce.  Major nnd Mrs. Mallandaine were  Thursday to Monday visitors in Nelson, stopping with Mr. nnd Mrs. O*  B. Cm-land.  Len Mawson who has charge of a  C.P.R. section crt w on the K.C. near  Sknokumchnk, was home for the yuletide vacation.  The annual meeting of the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will be held at tho  home of Mrs. McKelvey, at 3 p.m.,  Thursday. January 7th.  Sheriff Doyle of Nelson   was  hand  ing out happy new years to his host of  Creston   friends,   whilst   here   on an  official visit Wednesday.  Mr. ard Mrs. Billy Halt of Kellogg,  Idaho, spent Christmas with Creston  friends, nnd arc guests of the lattoi's  parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bell.  MIhs Elsie Davies of the telephone  central staff nt Fernie, was here for  the holidays, a gueat of her parentb,  Mr. and Mi-h. Albert E. Davies.  Tbe picture show this we'*lc will also  be on Friday, Now Years' night,  when the offering Ia the well known  Dlx comedy. "Tho Lucky De-il."  Ben "Embree    of     Wardner     whb  | renewing    acquaint-ancc-fl   in   Creston  during tha holidays and w������h the gueiit I  of ijia moth*-**,   Mt-n. II. Il^p.s������"'mi-r,  Fort Salk���������Flooring and Drop Biding at reduced pitae*. AIho a quantity  ofNo. 2 boards nnd i-hiplnp. "Wynndi-l  Box A; Lumber Co,, Ltd., Wynndel.  Crmlon school ren*.en������ on Monday  morning. After a hIk month*' holiday  in thft Old Country Ml*i������ VJekert* is  rH.i<- bwtik to rf-Numa th** vice principal-  ehip.  Creston experienced a muddy  Christmas���������the first in.at least a dozen  years, although old timers recall them  in times past���������following one of which  pot-tto planting was indulged in shortly after the middle of March.  Although the , weather was not  exactly seasonable^"merchants report  the Christmas trade considerably  better than in .1925, when theblizzard  and attendant cold dip just previous  to the holiday put a.crimp in the usual  yuletide spirit.  The weather still continues moist,  and gloomy. A snowfall of a couple  of inches that happened along a couple  Of days before Christmas disappeared  almost before the holiday and has  certainly given the orchardi&ts an idea'  moisture supply. ''"  The hunters have bad their last  weekend of it on tbe flats as the season  for ducks and geese closes on the 31&L  Due to the excessively dry September  and October and the lowness of water  in the sloughs the kill of these birds  has been lighter than usual.  Jos. .Heath of Invermere was a  Christmas holiday visitor in Creston,  the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P.y C. Rods  gers. In his work at the Dominion  Experimental Farm at Windermere  he is giving special attention'%o potato  J cultivation, and was a big   winner  at  A British Columbia College for British Columbians.  The College at which Students either Work or Leave.  New Term Commences  January 4, 1926  PHONE 603.  PEES only S17.5Q  a Month  P.O. BOX 14  A Happy, Prosperous  New Year to All!  We wish to thank our numerous  patrons for their generous support  throughout the year, and assure all  of the same cordial and prompt  service in 1926.  the provincial spi|d   fair   at   Victoria  early in December.  Kootenay Star* Lodge No. 682,  L.O.B.A., which was instituted in  June Inst, had its first election of  officers at the December meeting,  when tbe following were chosen to  take charge of the lodge for 1920:  " Past Mistress���������Mi's. M. York.  W, Mistress���������Mrs. Jus. Compton.  Dep. Mistress���������Mrs. W.H.Crawford.  Chaplain���������Mrs. John Sherwood.  D. of C.���������Mrs. John Spratt;  Rec. Secretary���������M t*a. J, P. Johnston.  Fin. Secietary���������Miss Ivin Compton.  Treasurer���������Miss Edith Crawford.  Guardian���������Mrs. D. Learmonth,  Inner Guard���������Miss M. Learmonth.  Outer Guard���������W. H; Crawford,  lBt Lecturer���������Mi p. H. Taylor.  Committee���������Mrs. D. Ross, Mrs. H.  Tayloir, Mrs. M, Young.  Although the ladies havo only been  on-ganized about six months thes-e has  been a steady increase* in the member  ship and the interest that ia taken in  the work is evidenced in the gcod  turnouts ut each suasion of the lodge.  4.  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  GEO. H. TSZEJJIX  GRAND  THFATRF  JL  mVm.mmm4C% 1  f%Cft ���������  Jan. 1  NEW YEAR'S NIGHT  AS WE ARE CLOSING  OUT THE BUSINESS  Six 10 acre Lots at old mill site,  anoHtly olon.ved, -with plenty of  LuilcsjuM'J on Kunic. AltiO HVttfcor  rights that will coat about  #200 per lot with vory little  tipkoep for yoars to oomo.  Th'-no lotn will he nold at th������  right prtao. Civil or write.  CHAS. O. ROD0BRS, Canyon City Lumber .Compnnyf  Ltd, Creaton, BaO.  "t  wmuhm^mmwiMmmihn  mm*mmmmM**^mmimmtm  X  THRILLING���������You'll want to stand right  tip and cheer I  FUNNY���������-You won't stop laughing lor  a month I  ACTION���������The author of the Watty  Reid auto racing stories wrote  it* and Action is hie first, last  and middle name.  .  ���������������>^4.WU.to������llMJJiJ<������!^^  JIUi-rtHriMniMIl


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