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 -_tf  Vol. XVII.  TZ1'X7TTT  ���������3?  CRESTON, B. G.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1925  No. 43  AHGGt&BifBn&  Gordon Smith got aWay on Tuesday  to Butte, Montana, after -spending  several weeks with his wife and  family here. .  Hector Stewart  and Frank Martin  departed on   Monday   for   the   liister].-  area where they expect to bring, home  at   least,   one    deer   each   before   the  season closes on the 15th.  The usual public school   Christmas  tree is arranged for the   afternoon   of  ' Friday IStb. and there will surely be a  big turnout of children and parents..  Mr.   and   Mrs.   C. S.   Hester   were  visitors at Nels-on at the weekend.  Victor Carr reports the loss of quite  a fine six months calf that was sofa idly shot on the side of the face  whilst pasturing nn the flats last week  that he* bad' to kill the animal on  discovering the shape it was in. The  provincial police are investigating the  affair.  *-n  Bob Marshall and Hector Stewart,  on'the accordeon, supplied the music  for a dance at the Todd ranch on  Friday night, at. which a collection  was taken.to* help defray the expense  . of the Sunday School  Christmas tree.  Mrs. Martib, who is supervising the  Sunday school treat and concert to be  held at the Todd ranch house on  "Wednesday evening. December 16th,  is arranging a nice programme of  children's numbers, including song?,  recitations, dialogues, etc., and extends  a very hearty invitation to everyone  to attend tbe entertainment.-  week for funds to take care of the  community Christmas tree- ' and  concert which is expected to be held  on .Friday. December 18th. There  response was generous and the youngsters and parents are botn*> looking  forward to a successful entertainment.  AH the crack shots in the Valley are  expected here on Saturday, 12th inst.,  for the old time shooting match at the  Wearmoutb ranch. A nice -flock of  geese will be shot for at 25 cents a  shot���������and bring your choice shooting  iron.  November Public _  School Report  Paul Ofner, jr., who has been working at Harrop in the pipe boring plant  at that-point, returned last week.  The cellar of the O. J. Wigen packing shed-was broken into on'- Sunday,  and several boxes of apples and some  vegetables were removed. The police  are looking into the matter. .  J. Benedetti   left  on 'Sunday on  business visit to Lethbridge,  Alberta.  Provincial police H. McLaren of  Creston was here on an. official"visit on  Tuesday, in connection with' the  -hurgalry at the O. J. Wigen packing  shed.  A party of four from .Boswell were  weekend visitors at the home of Mr.  and Mrs. J. Benedetti, taking in tbe  whist and dance that evening. They  left for home again^on  Sunday.  Miss K. Rosindale spent last  week  end at her home   here,   returning   to  Yahk on Monday.  Canyon GSty  Canyon had a call on Saturday from  Capt. Mason" of the Salvation Army  buuS at -Ofanbrook* who . was diats-ib-  uting the Christmas ' number o������7the  War Cry.    He was a guest of Mr. and  Division. I.���������-H. Magellan,  Principal.  Highest standing, Grade VIII.:  Proficiency���������Arthur -Couling. Gerter  al improvement���������Jessie Learmonth.  Writing improvement���������Alex. Henderson. ; Grade VII.: -' Proficiency���������Ada  Lewis'. General improvement���������Hirel  Miller. Writing improvement���������Hilda  Payne.    , ->  Perfect, attendance���������John Blinco,  Ena" Christie, Marion Collis, Arthur  Couling, Lettie Couling, Ronald Gibbs,  Mary ' Goodwin,- Alex. Henderson,  Laura Holmes, Jessie Learmonth,  Harry Miller, ' Hirell Miller, Jean  McCreath, Madeline Moore,- Hilda  Payne, JRandell Payne, Richard Randall* Betty Speers, Harold Speers,  Ayeleeu Spratt, Doro Spratt, LiUian  Trevelyan, Beth West.  Division II.���������-Miss-Jerome. Teaeher.  Marguerite "Whitney first in general  improvement. ^Maijorie Learmonth,  first in writing improvement.  Perfect attendance���������Billy 'Bayle,  Margaret Blinco, Sari Christie, Lyda  Christie, Tom. Crawford, ��������� Minnie  Downes,        Marguerite Ferguson,  Euphemia Fisher, Jean Fisher. Jean  Henderson,' Stella Herdman, Joan  Hilton, Sally Johnson, EdUh Lewis,  Mary Maione, Frank Moirow,~ Beryl  Nichols, Dora Nickel, Jack ONeil.  Faye Pendry, Evelyn Short, Hubert  "West, Elsa Willis, George Willis.  Division   III.���������Miss   Wade, Teacher.  Highest standing. Grade TV. Senior:  Proficiency���������Herbert   Couling.      Gen  Sarah Quinn Elsie Spiers, - Alan  Staples. Dorothy Sinclair-Smith. Phit  ip Van Slatte. ���������*  Division I v.���������Miss Holmes, Teacher.  Hignest standing, Grade HI.: Pro  ftcieucy���������Lillian -Pendiy. Improve  noent^-CIifford Whitneyl - Writing  Improvement���������Robert Dickson. Grade  II. Senior: Proficiency���������Doris Bayle.  Improvement���������Norman Nickel. Writing improvement���������Holger.^ Johnson.  Grade II. Junior: Proficiency���������Leah  Cannaday. Improvement���������May "West.  Writing improvement ��������� Margaret  Henderson.  Perfect - attendance���������Doris Bayle^  Dorothy Collis, Robert Dickson, Clarence Embree, Hugbena McCreath,  Lloyd McLaren, - Harold McLaren,'  Margaret Miller, Edith Moore, Hubert  Morrow, Norman Nickel, Eleanor  Spratt..Mae West, Clifford Whitney,  Clifford  York.  Division    V.���������Miss Hardy,   Teacher.  Highest standing. Grade I.: Pro-,  flcien'cy���������StuartT Spiers, Ruth Hare,  _ern Whitney. Receiving Class;  Proficiency���������Alex. Gevatkoff. Charleys  Taylor, May McFarlane. Writing  improvement ������������������ Stuart Spiers, May  McFarlane. Progress-^-Gladys Daviee,  Ruth" Davis.  Perfect attendance���������Arthur Dodd,  Ruth Gibbs. Ruth Hare, Ruth Davis,  Stuart Hilton, Stuart Spiers, Emmet  Johnson, Norman McFarland.' May  McFarland, Charles Taylor, Richard  Trevelyan, Fern Whitney.  Rev. B. C. Freeman of Cranbrook is eral     improvement���������Arthur     Speers.  announced to preach at the United  Church service -here on Sunday after-,  .doom  mi *-a���������.- a  Jm-XVO   WlllilV ClIJU  C*T������-._^.V.^__.   ������o,%.if__.   &..3*a*^  AXUUJU4C    w������MM.i.K*   H<3ai ac?.  A. Bond, jr., who has been working  at Brooks, Alberta, for some time  p-_t������, arrived home at the end of the  week, and will most likely be remaining for the winter. -~  Rev. Mr. tHelcliff of Cranbrook had  Norweigan service at the church on  Sunday afternoon. --  ooThe Ladies' Community Club had a  most successful bazaar and sale of  Christmas gifts, along with which  went afterno-m tea, on Thursday last;  at which the cash intake was $98.  Mrs. Jub. Maxwell, who has been  living at Vancouver for the past few  months, arrived here last week on a  visit with her sister, Mrs. Hickey.  -The subscription list was passed last  Christmas.Shopping made easy  at the United Church  Ladies' Aid  Xmas. Sale  of  PLAIN and FANCY  Needlework  C&ncly  in the  United Church Basamonl  Sat.. Dec. 1  *'  3 to &."30 p.m.  served.  j������ very body Woicomot  UCLU*^~     ��������� 4M      vt  house on ;Saturiiay nigl^-was-a'very'  successful" affair." - The' high scores  ���������went to Miss *H. Payette, who won the  first prize, and Miss A. Walsh, carried  off second. Carl Carlson won the  gents' first prize, with Adolph Hagen  second. The- booby. prizes went, to  Miss L. Benedetti aud Oscar Hagen.  The doll,, which was being named at  10 cents per name, netted somewhere  around $12, ana the winner was Miss  Walsh, the winning name be ng Jean.  Rev. H. Varley named the doll, and  the proceeds go to the English Church,  The home of Mr, and Mrs. Matt.  Hagen was invaded by a party of  about fifjby people on Tuenday evening,  December 1st, as a surprise gathering  ,io honor of their silver wedding. The  surprised host and hostess were made  the recipients of some very fine silverware,, and a lai-ge. .three tier decorated  wedding cake, made by Mrs. Rosindale. , The evening, passed pleasantly  with games' and dancing, and a dainty  kinch was served about midnight.  Thn pai'ty broke up in the very wee  snm* oors, and everyone voted it the  most enjoyable surprise party ever  given hexe,  .   *'.  For Division I. . of the Wynndel  school the principal, Miss R. Cherrington, bas issued the following report  for November: Highest standing,  Grade 8���������Gweedo Benedetti, Jean  Wood, Dorothy Payette, Crawford  Irving. Grade 1���������David Taylor," Ro-  dolpho Benedetti, Manuel Irving.  Grrtde 0���������Alice Davis, Konbtein Witt-  map, Lola Cooper, Whitfield Abbott-  Grade S���������Andy Hagen, Melvin Hagen,  Gilbert Payette, Denny Trudeau.  Perfect attendance���������Lewis Abbott,  Whitfield Abbott. Gweedo Benedetti,  Luna Benedetti, Rodolpho Benedetti.  Alice Davis, Melvin. liugtm, Mantle  Irving, Gilbert Payette.    ,  MIrs Walsh's report for Division II.  is as follows: Highest standing, Qrado  5���������Doiplby Moou, Ellen Iltiggm, Mary  Cooper. Grade 8���������Lawrence Davis,  Ruth Trudeau, Kenneth Packman,  Grade 2���������Bertha Gt-lette,'Hilda Hagen  Esther Wittuiati. Grade 1���������Clara.  Wlttman, Elmer Davis, Campbell  Payette.' Perfect attendance���������Ned  Bathie, Elmer DjivIs, Bertha Gelette,  Jiimen Gelntte, Leonard Oeletho, Ellon  Hagen, Hilda Hagen, Margaret Irving  Dorothy Moor-. Kenneth Packman,  Campbell Payette, Oswald Payette,  Ruth Trudeau, Esther Wlttman-  Clara Wlttman. ���������  -  Writing improvement���������Herbert Dodd.  Grade IV. Junior���������Proficiency���������Sarah  Quinn. General improvement���������Arthur  Nichols. Writing improvement���������^  Florence,. Schmidts **    \_������* y _;_  .Perfect attendan6B^--Jay-<-BKss,' Her-'  bert -Couling. Jim' Downes,. Jack  Grundy, Bert Hendy, Mabel Johnson,  Jack Johnston, Frances Lewis. Hesper  Lewis, Roland Miller, Frances Moore.  Thelma   McFarland,   Arthur Nichols,  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, Deo.  First Screen  appearance  since "Conflict," of  PmsGtix.A  -in-  ������1 IA������jf ^kmS J. ' JUj_jJ.|*4_P %4^JfJ^W*  The   Creston  Presbyterian   Ladies'  Aid had a bazaar here on  Wednesday  afternoon   in Hunt's Hall,   which was*  | quite successful in every way.  Mr*, and'' Mrs. George Hogan and  daughter 1 ft a few days .ago for a  point just out from. Moosejaw, Sask.,  ^whetfe- fbey;aretaking^'Up.fa*"riaing.>   -,:  Mri' Fry and- Mv. _������" Roacis departed  early this month for their, homes in  Ontario.  I-*. Johnson left for Nelson on a  business visit on^ Monday and will  probably be in that-city most of the  week.  * ^  A whist and dance was the social  feature of Saturday evening in Hunt's  Hall at which the prize scores were  niade by Mrs. E. McGoneged, and Geo  Hunt. Supper followed' cards and  then came an entertainment and  dancing;,  > Chas, Bush, who has taken a contract from the Continental Lumber &  Pole Company, Ltd., up Goat River  some two miles from town, has completed the election of his camps, and  commences operations this week.  Mis������- Ellen Andeen returned from  Cranbrook this week, in which city  she has been a guest of her uncle, T.  Clausen, at the Mount Baker Hotel.  Pastor Hurback of the United  Church, was here from Canyon on  Monday, when he had service in the  schoolhouse, and was favored with a  large turnout.  .Ed. Merritt, who has been a hospital  patient at Cranbrook, returned last  week, and has gone to work at the  G. A. Hunt camp.  Mr. nnd Mrs. Andy Wickholm of  the Tourist restaurant, spent Sunday  with friends at Canyon.  Fred Bolton, cashier at the Imperial  Bank, -Creston, was a between trains  visitor here on Sunday.  ������������������Slim" Morgan, who has been working    around   Nelson   for   some time,  returned to Kitchener on Sundny for  a visit with old friends.  Mr. and Mis. Pete Lunn spent last  week with Cranbrook friends, returning on Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. Simpson of Alberta,  and their daughter, Mrs. Henry  Tjivn-ii-ier,'arrived bore lant week, ������nrt  will spend the winter tn Kitchener.  Kitchener is over supplied with men  in quest of work, most of whom ar������  coming In from the prairies. Employ  ment Is none too plentiful here ot  present as neither of the mills are  running, the Continental Lumber At  Pole Company Inylng off quite a few  men at the first of tho month.  catW.. V. Jackson got back at the end  of the week from a business trip along  they Arrow and Kootenay Lakes, and  reports a very lively demand for  nursery stock at most points.  R. J; Long was at Vernon a few  days last week for a meeting of the  Associated Growers of BC, of which  heTsa- director. _  Tbe school children are having daily  practices for the usual Christina's  entertainment which will be held at  the schoolhouse on Thursday evening  next.        * - -  , Tha directors of the Creston  Valley  Co Operative Association are to meet  this week to select a new manager for"*  the Eriekson brauch, for which there  ace almost ten applications in.        -  The guarantee list to take care of  the cost of the McCullough report on  the Arrow Creek irrigation project is  very largely signed by. local growers,  wEib are hoping to see action one way  or the other on the undertaking taken  early next year.  Messrs. Ray Chrisler,  Ed. Klingen-  smith and Jack Hayden at*e spending  tbe, week in the Hazel Creek country-  at'Kitchener on a'deer hunt.  Mrs7 Maxwell, who-leased her ranch  here early in the summer and went to  Vancouver, to reside with her son,  Clarence, returned to the Valley last  week, and after a visit with her sister*  Mrs. Hickey at Canyon, is, we heara  going to again make her home at the  ranch.  Mrs. Putnam is confined to the  house at present due to a sprained  ankle which she sustained on Friday  last, getting a nasty fall whilst coming  down stairs that morning.  .;. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Young, who  -returned: from - their _honeyrnooo . on  Friday-last-Twere agxeeably surprised'  when at an at home in .iheir honor,  given by the United Church choir at  the residence of Chas. Mooxe, the  newlyweds were made the recipients  of a Coleman lamp���������a t hoir wedding  gift tbat they very much appreciate.  Remembered the Rector  Rev. H. Varley was very pleasantly  surprised at Sirdar yon Sunday when  at the close of the morning service be  was presented with an envelope, on  opening which he found it to contain  a $50 bill���������-a token of appreciation  from the Anglican Ladies* Guild of  Sirdar for the unfailing attentiou Mr.  Varley has given that community in  the way of church services and spiritual ministration generally in the four  years he has had charge of this parish,  and which he will be Jeaving very  shortly to take up his new work at  Surrey. Mr. Varley takes this means  of expressing his appreciation of the  gift and the many courtesies shown  him by the people of Sii-dar.  Alice Siding Musical Party  in the PARISH HALL  ORESTON, on  I lllll^    gJlJli,,   If  Dancing ���������&t $ p.Ttt*  Novelty Music  Movelty Instruments  Novelty Dances  Novelty Things  LAST DANCE OF  1025.  Ladies 50b.     Gents ol  t-mpps-r- extra.  mimmmm.  im4^m^m^Mmmmm\mmnx������  Bran. i>__a������i i iTiitnatmmimmmmmmimmitm  mmmmwmQmQWmm  mass  sssumsxs THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    C.  The  name  "Red Rose'*  has  been   a  guarantee  of   quality   for   30   years  The ORANGE PEKOE is extra good.    Try it I  Orange  Free   State  Is   Rich  Became        Definitely      British       Just  Twenty-five  Years  Ago  The Orange Free Stale, which the  Prince of Wales recently visited, is  one oi* the "babies" of Lhe British empire^. It became definitely British  only in 3 900���������just twenty-five years  ago.  ������������������-At this placoy however, the Prince  cnw tlic>*"sliininD* stone?. " as the [Bushmen call the diamonds, dug out of fhe  earl.li, washed; sorted anil finally  weighed.  The tunnels in the mines are lighted  by electricity "Fnd ventilated by compressed air, while the machinery is  some of. the costliest in the world.  The temptation among the workers  to steal a diamond is great, yet few  thefts occur,     y7  Even if a native did steal a stone it  would be of no use to him. He cannot sell it, or dispose of it easily, for  all diamond" dealers must be registered and licensed, and no black man  dares io offer for sale a precious stone  to a reputable white man.  Not only has the Orange Free State  its mineral wealth. A It possesses also  some ten million sheep, one and a halt  million cattle, half: a million Angora  goats, a quarter of a million horses,  and also over ten thousand ostriches'  Neuralgia Conquered  Its Pain Destroyed  Magical  'Results    Come  Apply  When    You  Bring BritisK Immigrants In  There are many questions affecting national policies in Canada in regard  to which it is natural there should be wide divergences of opinion, but there is  one subject, immigration, upon which it should be possible to find common  ground. East and West and the Maritimes may differ in regard to tariff  schedules, freight rates, railway construction policies, and harbor improve*  ments. but one and all are vitally interested in the'question of population and  in taxation problems. ,  Every Province in Canada still possesses large areas open to settlement  and  only awaiting people to bring them under  cultivation and  thus  render  them  productive  and a source  of national wealth.      Even the most thickly  settled rural districts in Canada are capable of sustaining a denser population  through more intensified farming, while in Northern Ontario and Quebec and  in all lour Western Provinces there are vast unpeopled areas.  On the other hand, there are some millions more people in the British        ������*,.   ,T-   ,r   ~ ��������� . ���������  ' * ....      -^ . .   . Mr-   ���������- T. Green way, formerly con-  Isles   than there   are  avenues of employment   open to them.       The BrilisT*. ! nected with the Guide newspaper staff,  Government is therefore ohliged to support these people in idleness, while the j lias   written:    "For  twenty   years   we  have used Nerviline in our home, and  not for the world would we be without  it. As a remedy for all pain, earache,  toothache, cramps and disordered  stomach, I know of no preparation so  useful and quick to relieve as Nerviline." Remember this, wherever  there is pain, rub on Nerviline, and  you will get prompt results���������35c at all  dealers.  ���������YTHE-  TIOHDTlN  As it 5s PACKED INVACUUM  (AIR-TIGHT) TINS this  exceltent plug tobacco always  REACHES YOU in- the same  PERFECT CONDITION as  when it left our factory; full of  strength and flavour.   . ������  sm������mm������ :mmm������&  MANUFACTURE"*    BY      I M PERI AU' TO B ACCO  OF  CANADA,    LIMITED.  Lady Cynthia Mosley Is A Socialist  NERVILINE  It Acts Quickly  papulation goes on increasing in a greater ratio than the capabilities of the  country to employ and support. Nor, in the changed industrial conditions  which have resulted from the war, does there seem to bo any possibility of a  material improvement in this situation.  ln times past the United  States absorbed large numbers  of immigrants  from the British Isles, but under its quota system the doors of the big American republic are,now practically closed.      There is a good and sufficient reason for this new United States policy.      Population across the line haa now  reached over  110,000.000,   and the annual natural increase  is  1,800,000-      In  other words, every recurring decennial census shows an increase in population  of 15,000,000.      Before long the figure  will be 20,000,000.      By far the  larger portion of this increase is in ihe .cities, with the result that the United  States is rapidly reaching the point where it will no longer be a self-contained and self-supporting nation able to-feed its own people.      It has, there-  lore, antl quite naturally, called a halt to immigration.  Canada, however, occupies an entirely different position. Our population  is small and our territory large, and for the most paijt unsettled. It is open  to serious question whether Canada is morally justified in rigidly restricting  immigration," and holding large areas unsettled and idle, when millions in the  British Isles lack employment because there is none to be had.  Canada may feel that it is not called upon to contribute to tlie upkeep of  tin* British Navy, and that it should not. obligate itself to participate in the  defence of the Empire us a whole, and in other respects should not bo expected to adopt policies purely from an Empire standpoint. But situated as  * the Dominion i.-> in the matter of population and vacant territory it, can hardly be" dented thsit, so long as it is part of the Empire., it has some responsibility for the welfare oi all British people.  At. the present time Canada could render no bettor service to the Empire,  and incidentally to itself, than by evolving and putting into effect a wcll-con-  sid-red plan whereby a large number of people from the British ?sles could  he irani-iV-rred to this Dominion. Something is being done, but not nearly  i*Doii**li, At present we are only nibbling at immigration, instead of going  in'o it. in wholesale fashion.  True t:."-*r:- ar-; mLsflts wliich it would be a mistake to bring to Canada or  ?i���������_'_.! i-lsoi*-hor--. Tltt-re ar.* thos.* who by reason of physical handicaps could-  not. suf<*<--'''! in this country. There are others whose wholo training is not  '-������������������.Icuhu.-.! to ������������������nab!.-- th-'-nt to adapt Themselves to any othor environment than  tit-: one ih*'V nr-* now in.      Rut then:" an* thousands who could and would ruic-i  The  Growth  Of  Radio  Easy Job Pays Well  In Bondon is one man who makes  elose to $10,000 a year by advising  other men on what best to wear. If  a man wishes to buy a complete outfit of clothing this gentleman accompanies him on his rounds of the shops  and selects the proper colors, styles,  etc.  Bo not. allow worms to' sap the  vitality of your children. If not attended to, worms may work irreparable harm to the constitution of the infant. The little sufferers cannot voice  their ailmaat, but there are many  signs by which mothers are made  aware that a. dose of Miller's Worm  Powders is necessary. These powders act quickly and will expel worms  from the system without any inconvenience to the  child.  j.-...,:  _n  ".; *.*air .v.an.  <'. :t n a ri :t  ���������."������������������(..ing  and pi:  nnada if ilie mo'in*-  were provided to get them here and give them  il'.itirr   --h'jMld   b"   wiih-  open   to  any  Anglo-Saxon   capable  and  to work.      Le- rher������- be health test.-- to keep out the mentally, morally  -.--ally unfit, but. the.amount of ready cash an immigrant may or may  r.>������* jjave shou'd nor lie rt. 17--;or deciding his or her eligibility to enter Canada.  Horn- Trade Unions may take a shortsighted and narrow view of immigration, timid ami fearful that an Inilux of Immigrants would jeopardize their own  ji,-!,--.. hu- pa.-* experience ha.-, proved such fears to be groundless. Western  Canada, ar nil '-verity, should insist that tlie new Piirlltimenr, to bo oleetod on  OeioVr _... gr������ippb. wi*h ihi ��������� <i .te ,ii .>:>��������� and make pvovlwlon for au entirely now  and   b������'..trr  era   in   immigration.  No Imitation There  X.ondon baadlts are said to have imitated American methods iii a jewelry  robbery. There will be no imitation  in the methods of the English courts.���������  Toronto Mall and Empire.  Daughter ok Marquis Curzon   Accepts  Labor Nomination  Bady Cynthia Mosley is proud to  have been asked to run for tlie parliamentary seat in a constituency,made  up mostly of miners, on the Babor ballot. She is a socialist and glories in  the fact.  This daughter of tho late Marquis  of Curzon ,iml his wife,made this  statement in addressing a meeting of  the electors which endorsed her -candidature,  "Comrades," said . Bady Cynthia,  "some of you do not know me very  well, and wiLl wonder why on earth 1  am in the socialist movement. The  other side is always taunting me with  the query: "What have you in common  with the working''woman?''  "Well, I have a husband and two  little children, and I know what I  should feel if I had not sufficient food  and clothing for them. I was brought  up in a political atmosphere, but the  politics was another thing. What  has happened to me has happened to  many young people of late 'years.. I  felt that I wanted to find out things  ms'self. "  "I got work in an oflico at thirty  shillings a week and- had my wages  raised to three pounds. I also have  worked on the land;. I have taken a  course in economics in a "London  school and have hail my eyes opened  ln the Bondon slums. ^  "I do not want to go into family  troubles, but it was a bit of a header  for my husband and me when we left  the Conservative party.  "I prefer being --'labelled a socialist  rather, than, a laborite, because I am  a socialist through and through, and  nra proud of it."  U.  S.  Ten  Million  Sets  Predicted  For  By Year 1930  Predicting an expenditure of $150,-  000,000 for radio by the ."fans" of the  nation during 1925, experts have estimated that by 1930 'there, will'be.'"BV  000,000 receiving sets in operation in  the country. Five years ago, approximately $2,000,000 was spent for apparatus, and last year the amount had  increased almost-175 times that, figure.  In 1923, there were 115,350 sets in use  on the farms, and one year later tho  number, had more than doubled. At  the beginning of the industry, all apparatus were assembled by the owners, but with the steady development  of parts and hookups, the volume }oL..  ready-built instruments purchased increased until about forty per cent, are  now sold ready to tune in. To supply the mora than 4,000,000 homes now  ccruipped- with t receiving sets, programmes are broadcast from 56"> stations.���������Popular Mechanics .  The Man With Asthma almost longs  for death to end his suffering. He  sees ahead only years off endless torment with -intervals of vrest which are ������������.  themselves fraught with never ceasing fear of renewed attacks. Let liim  turn to Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy an 1 know what'.complete relief it can give. Let him but use it  faithfully and he will find his asthma  a thing of the past.  Externally and lnternallyt It is Good.  ���������When applied externally by brisk  rubbing. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  opens   tho  pores   and   penelrates   the  Thn  To Ship  Many Cattle  Livestock  Producers, Ltd,,   an   I'!"/*'  B.C. Lumber Shipments  Tho    total    water-borne    movement  of "British Columbia lumber    for    the  first six mouths of tho current year  totals 253,911,823 feet, as compared  wUh 250.090,068 during the corresponding period of last year. More  than halt* of this movement, or 12S,-  SS-t.SSR feet, went to the Atlantic  coast.  tissue, touching the seat of the trouble ! Edmonton firm which    shipped    many  To    have    1bo    children sound and  healthy Is    he first care of a mother,  cannot  be   healthy   If   troubled  worms.      "Use    Mother    Craves"  and immediately affording relief. Ad- j cattle to the Old Country market, last  ministered internally, it will still  tho'  irritation in the throat which induces  coughing and will relieve affections of  i wiih  | Worm Exterminator.  the bronchial tubes    and    respiratory  organs.      Try it. and bo convinced.  Tie*  Prince Rupert Elev<-*tor  1,2."0,>'������o������)-htMh>'l      f-'>"."a-rrine*nt  li't-iiiiiial  gj-iin  Prince   liu pert  Nove.nl.a-r    11,  of tail   cart'-ad.  throut-h   ir..  eh��������� van.i"  being built, a?  will    I)*.'   eompleled   by  when   ii    I.��������������� ���������;.i_   ..hlpuj'-lit  of gruln  will   he   made  KEEPS YOU ROBUST  THE  VITAMIN-TONIC  Scott's Emulsion  OF PURE COO-LiVER  OIL  HT^.__l_������il-������_______i_i____a-___a_-^^  We Do Nothing  In five years the British for of. I ry department luiH planted n7,f������00 acre,'- ln  fir and spi'tice trees for the benefit of  funife gf-r.er.itlon.i ai a eo.'-t of $1,000,-  000 a year. That's nothing.  :*d;i  we!  ran   bum  down   that  Many Auto Accidents  In   United' States  Records Show That Two Are Kilted  Every Hour In Day  Tho death rate in tho United Slates  duo to automobile accidents leads the  world, being I I.S fal.n.lJi.iuH for every  100,000 population against 5.2 in England  and Wales. -1.3 In  Scotland,   .t.<5  spring, plans now to iinlsh 20,000 head  of cattle foiv iho British market, according to ph\ns anuouneed by Iho  president of tho company,  Fingerprint system of identification  has been used in China sinco the llan  dynttHty (206 B.C.-A.D. 25) according  lr> tho homo... ministry.  "'   ' .   '  I in New "-.oaland and Il.G ^n-Canada dur-  ,   ?"i ������������������*��������������� -"'-^at.     FlKures lor 1021 show that  much  in-   ,       .,_,;. . . ...   ���������     ..  ., ,. . ,      .    ,        -for   "."JS  American  rifle,., tlio autoino-  three month., and not. care a hoot about ; . ., _,.,,,       _ .,������ .  .,        .. , r . bll". acciili'iil. denth rate w������������ .Ifl.-l per  po.-.ti'rliy.--Oiisiwri J.o*irna1. ! .,     A._ ,   ,. , J    ,  _ I 10U.0OO   population,   cai'Blng   not   lesn  .,.        ,, "...        ,,    ,"   .        ^ Mhan   17,100 deiiths in  a'uton^obllTrae-  After shaving���������Minard's Liniment. I   ,,     . . ., ,,     .        ,, ,  _. ,_  ��������� <*l������ iMit.", not I'nimtlng accidents which  Tii re i  iJ-Sgian  y.e    a'i'jjti'.*rlim  i.,r  e. Uifj.j/ie-i.j' .  I.i  term     ������>f     im-  tenth.-i  of  tii..   furnlngs  of a  invulved railroads, or utrcct cars, and  -���������.r.nvi--."   are given   to him   on   nutonif-biles.  ���������     The toll of litimnti llfq lalten by mo-  utf  v������.-!jJe1e.->  In   Ilie   Fulled   Slci I.e.'.   (.a..  nt the rare <>r more than two for every  j liotir In tii * day. Thoao Htatlsllci  i have been ('oin)illii dby tlio National  i Safety fNiuncll for eoitHlilenullon ai. 11m  j KoiirU'l-uili Annual Congreun which  i njiened   nl   Cleveland   on   SjU'i'l.   ~H,  jMAIVW S������ - ��������� ������^*^I3jJ^1^Vs,Ji*bU|wiM fc, t *  ' mMmMMJzijmm<  GEORGETOWN 0MTCAKADA  ||_ill4M*S|yil^^  Mlnard'it  Llnlm.ent for Coldn.  \V*.     N.     17     ir*U7  Fletcher's  Castoria 13 especially pre-  pnrcd to rclicvt* Ti-fmitTa hi  arms and Cliildrcn all ages o������  Constipation, Flatulency, Wind  Colic and Diarrhea; allaying  ���������Fcverlshncss arising therefrom, and, l>y rcg-ulaling the Stomach  and Dowels, aids the assimilation of-Food; .giving natural sleep.  To avoid imitation**, always lock for the siffnalttrc of <������&^/$*ffl������j&A.' s  ftlmolutcly   I larmlp-H -J\Jo <^iiiat---;.    X'hysician3  everywhere rccoiumatd it.  / *MMNMW  ^tia*:.iW,^-^'4^j4*'j^  Ml  TITO   -RTCVTEW,    CRESTO:*",    B.    C.  /  /   /  Increasing Interest Is Taken  In Great Britain In Respect  Standard   Turkey   Grades  / Uniform-- Description  To  Be Used   By  j ,.' Three Prairie Provinces  1     Discussion    of    poultry grading by  rm^m -���������     ���������    . . r-ff g~\ 1 ���������    irepresentatires of the    three    prairie  io Immigration   lo Lanada'ir^,-*VSTJIJZTS-  __. ?wr    .���������������- _������������������.    e ;ly in Regina, led to a decision to aa-    O 5   '-'This century will witness a development in Canada in all ways  similar and equal to the development in  the United States in the 19th century,"  a writer in The Outlook declares, and j  he adds:   "In the long run,  provided  the present policy  is  maintained,. of  encouraging the immigration  only  of  the Nordic races, Canada will produce \  a finer nation than the one in the making in the United States, where a pol-.  icy of indiscriminate admission of immigrants was pursued until recently."  The same writer pleads for the-encouragement    of   the "gentleman adventurer,"    the    type    of    immigrant  with character and a moderate capital.      He deplores    the fact that the  young man now at home seems to be  To Aid Marketing Of Produce  Dominion-VV*i-de   Commission   Is   Proposed At Toronto Meeting  Hon.   George   Hoadley,   minister  I vise the federal department of agriculture that agreement had been reached  on the description for turkey grades to  be used in    Manitoba,    Saskatchewan  ! and Alberta this fail.. *  Enormous Amount Of Land  Held In Western Provinces To  Provide Net worlcoi Higkwa-ys  Motor traffic has  focused  so milch  attention in  recent, years upon road-  Whaf Wembley Has Accomplished  Brought Home idea of Buying Empire-   ���������y surfacing that but little thought:  ofi  A wire sent to T>t.  S1-..;,..l._l.,ai       al rt,anl \:  mainly  dancing  ind  agriculture for Alberta, was present afc j minister of the Dominion department  a meeting in Toronto of the OntaTio j of agriculture, after the conference,  agricultural committee, at which the  proposal to establish a Dominion-wide  commission for the marketing of Canadian foodstuffs was further considered. .  The gathering was attended by representatives of several provinces, and  officials of dairy and co-operative societies.  Mr. Hoadley said local organization's  of foreign producers in Britain were  chiefly responsible for the successes  of    foreign    products    in the British  said the following terminology for turkey grades will be u^ed in the three  prairie provinces this fall: Specials,  No. 1, No. 2 and culls.  It is expected that the Dominion department    of    agriculture will supply  inspectors for the voluntary inspection] They are very keen now in their ques  of dressed turkey this season.  Made Goods  Jf Wembley has done nothing else-  anil could it have done anything great,-.  has been given to other features </C  this system of communication. Tins  study of a road map of Canada neces-  erv���������it has brought right home to in- j sarily attracts attention to the enor-  numerable English women a sense that ! m<ro������ amount of land that has to b������  all the Britain^ are one family and that J reserved in each of the provinces to  membership of it is a real partnership   provide the network of highways.  In a recently issued pamphlet on  the natural resources of the prairie  provinces, the r a tural resources intelligence service of the department of  among- our far-scattered Commonwealths. One notices the change of  attitude     ameng     women     shopping.  occupied  games. \ market.     'He  cited the   co-operative  The L.ondon Spectator publishes two   societies of Denmark.      However, he  letters witli regard to emigration to j1 "believed .in    the    necessity of a na-  Canada. The organizing director of  the newly-constituted Anglican council of overseas settlement appeals in  the Spectator for funds to carry on  the work of the organization and declares that the Anglican church "is devoting all her moral and material  forces for the linking-up of immigrants  in the Dominion of Canada and helping them financially    where    this    Is  Tmrwsai"'- "  tional  commission  such  as  was  proposed, but was inclined to favor any j  Hitherto "A'arious names have been  used for turkey grades, some members^  of the trade using "Fancy, selects No.  J, selects No. 2." By the use of uniform termindlogy traders in Eastern  Canada and the United . States will  know what they are purchasing and  s������me confusion will be avoided.  The conference also   discussed    the  question of uniform packs for .dressed  plan   that  would   allow the  producer   poultry  and  the  proper icing  of  re  rouitry Industry In  Alberta  freedom in the ultimate marketing of  his produce.  Hon. J. S, Martin, minister of agriculture for Ontario, said Canada was  not keeping pace with other countries  in capturing the British market.      He  frigerator   cars   for   the   shipment   ot  dressed birds.  During the conference it transpired  that the turkey crop this year was net  going to be quite as large as anticipat-  _ed and that the birds have not reach-  felt thought should have been given to ] ed maturity as quickly as expected,  marketing as much as to the production and that, in his opinion, the remedy  was  establishment of a national  i  t commission for the proper exploitation  Was    Worth I and marketing of Canadian products.  tions as to where ^the goods come . the interior gives some interesting  from. Ono often hears a shopper. figures concerning the subdivision of  say: "Are you sure it is made in the I the surveyed areas of Manitoba, Sas-  Dominion? I want empire goods." \ katchewan and Alberta. Of the total  A quick change in the contents of | area already surveyed 3,734,000 acres  many shop shelves is being' hastily  effected to meet this new deniand  for everything that British and overseas manufacturers can supply. It  is imperial preference in the most  practical  braadJ and- butter  form   that  have been set aside for road purpose.1",  or an area two aud one-half times the  total" area of Canada's smallest province,. Prince Edward Island, which  contains 1,307,700 acres.  All original surveys in the prairie  closer trading within the empire could provinces are made by the department  take. Yes, Wembley has taught us | of the Interior, under the authoriza-  that we are all one family, and that, j tion of Hon. Charles Stewart, minis-  we can "kee*p- the money in the fam- ' ter of. interior. In the first system  ily** only by dealing iu the empire', of surveys used in the western prov-  shop.  Production    Last    Year  -     Three Million  Dollars     , ^���������-     . __ ���������7������������������;  Alberta's rapid expansion as auiixea ���������Record   Movement   Of  farming province in recent years ha.js j  brought    about    a    development    of j  Chilled Meat Trade  Ontario-'Plans to Build Up  Exporting  Business With Britain  The  agricultural   committee  of   the  Ontario   Legislature  is  in possession  Grain    Through    Winnipeg .]..���������������*? a. Plan to establish a "meat chilling  ������������������������������������'���������������������������-'.. . and exporting 'business .from Canada,  '5  exportihi  branches of farming hitherto neglect-|,s Greatest Iii   History Says  Govern- I with a view to Supplying Britain with  ed, especially that of poultry raising. ? ment Grain  Inspector      7 [some portion of her fresh foodstuffs."  Three years ago.this province was a  /heavy importer-of iyeggs y and other  poultry products in order 7 to meet  domestic requirements, but the farmers, realizing that poultry raising was  a valuable adjunct to their regular activities, have lately increased .production to such a degree that the province produced over    29,000,000    dozen  Officials of the Canadian Piieific  Railway at Montreal say that the traf-.  fie in grain through Winnipeg to eastern points is greater than it has been  This plan lias been submitted to the  British premiei" and the imperial  economic committee by Major Palmer,  of -Vancouver,-'and. has, within the last  in more than 20 years, while .a rgport j few  days,   been  sent  to  the  agricul  Cheese   and   Also   Butter  Canadian Product Is At a Premium On  the British Market _     !  Not for some years, says the News  Letter of the Dominion dairy ahd cold  storage branch dated September; 10,  has Canadian cheese commanded as  great a premiutn oyer the New Zealand  product as .during the past few months.  Cutting off the fractions the New Letter's   quotations,, are, in  shillings   per j  1 inces   the   width   of  road   allowances  ! was   established   at   99   feet.     . Later  ! this was found to be excessive, and tlie  : road allowance was reduced to 6t������ feet,  roadways     being     provided   at   every  mile, east and west    and    north    and  ! south.     Lat**-r it was found of advantage   to   restrict   the   road   allowances  east    and    west    to every two mile.?.  When  applied   to   the   area   surveyed  since this system was adopted it represents  an  enormous  addition to  tht*  possible cultivable areas.      It had the  i further -advantage in reducing the cost  The cutting  from-H. J. McLean, Dominion Govern- ��������� tural     committee     from  ment grain inspector for the Canadian \ Amongst  other  suggestions, the  plan  Pacific at Winnipeg,   states that this ! calls for the establishment in Britain  j year's  movement  in.  grain  is   greater   of 100 retail depots for the disposal of  112. lbs: White cheese, Canadian. 97 ?oe upkeep of highways,  to 99; New Zealand, 9* to 90; colored jo������w<-eds on ^e wide road allowances  cheese, Canadian, 96 to 97; New Zea-Uatailed heavy expense, and for that  land   93 to 95 "       1 reason, much  weed   cutting was  neg-  _  ���������_     y The News Letter also calls attention |lected- '    Tlie^e road  allowances  con-  Vancouver-ltothe fact that-the United States is   sequently  became  prolific weed   seed  eggs of a value of ������5,796,000. In ad-j thau eVL.r beiol.e in the ijjst0rv of the ! Canadian cliillt-d meats and other j,vo-  dition  some   5,200.000   pounds   of  live; countr>-. ' | duce.      It suggests   central  and   cold  and dressed poultry, worth $3,120,000, A cre^ of ^3 grain gamp]erg :issist ' storage depots in Canada, and the  were handled by commercial^ houses,. InspectoP McLean and work in three plan, as on-lined, involves an e^ven-  making a total production for the year: eight.houP sMfls daiiy. - <ntttro of ".9.615,000.  of $S,190,000.  rigorously  enforcing -the, legal  stand-  ' distributors     over     the     neighboring  ards of the composition of butter, which :;  farms.  The 6G-foot roads have been  are the   same as  in  Canada, namely,  a maximum  water  content  of IS p  i'*-  ��������� fouiid in every way satisfactory from  the    transportation    .standpoint,    aud  cent, and a   minimum" faVcontent'of ,'^^  -S0 per" cent '   '      - ' ar"? no"vvr being, grown on what under-  " *  ' 1 tlie,.older systems of survey would bo-  ': unnecessary^ road allowances.  Many  Students   Will  Attend  Record      Enrollment      Expected  Alberta Government Farms  The men sampled 1,566 cars of grain |     The  agriculture   comaiitt.ee   of   On  in  one   day when *the  rush -began,  a ' tario proposes to act through the Do-  figure never approached in the annuls   minion Government for the purpose of  Crop  Handling Suggestion  j of .grain inspections.  At  B.C. Onions For New Zealand  I having one or more executive repre-  ' senuuives of the imperial economic  j committee  come   to   Canada.  Ben Smith Says Canadian Pools Should .  Enter   Arrangement   With   British  Government  That the"Canadian pooling assficia-  y.Enrollments at the three government |  farm  schools  at Vermilion,  Olds and  '"vv^:611 j tions should arrange with tlie British  I A new export cargo, in the form ot j thoy arrive, the agriculture commit- I Government to handle a fixed 'propor-  : onions from the Okanagan Valley, left j tee .of- Ontario will  arrange  to have  tion of the Canadian crop on a fiv*.-  on hand  by a small lot of B.C. onions to  that: British    circles    connected  market last-vear. ���������' economic committee.  In  with    the  Claresholino  are  likely to go  far  be- j Vancouver recently for New Zealand. ! Major Palmer, of '-Vancouver  yond those of last year, and the-pros-| The shipment amounted to about six  to attend the conference,  pects for a record registration are said! carloads and was bro^glft about as a|     The  plan  submitted   by  the  major  to be more than good.      Applications j result of the favorable showing made'| caused H great'deal, of    comment  are already coming in from all parts  of'the province,', ahd improved  condl-  / tions among the farmers as a result of  two-years good  crop  returns are re-  ' fleeted in the evident desire  of farm  young   'people    to    take    agricultural  training.      It .is  expected     that    the  three schools will be filled practically  to capacity, which means a total  en  rollment  of   450.   as   against  S"*,".   last  year.  Canada's Greatest Asset  Only about 1G per cent, of our available wheat IuikIs are in use. lt wiih  so small a part of our wlieat acreage  in use we can be the greatest of wheat  exporting countries, what a future  awaits uh agriculturally when fifty or  Kovont.y-flvo per.cent, of our whbat  lands tiro tn cultivation? Wlirat i.������  the tiling lu Canada, the bigges-i thing  of all. Ami the ���������nviftest Way to prosperity is by way of greater whfttt product Ion,���������Toronto Star.  Footsteps From Afar  Members of flu* Oxford University-  At'ctic oxpodltion found that tlioy could  Pick up tlio Thitit-h broadcast on a  I'our-valve set so clt.������aiiy, that tliey  could hem* th������������ Bhuflle of Iho drincors"  1't'et nf ilin flnvoy ITtHel, London, approximately   2',000 jiitles awuy.  1, Reparntlono" Paid  >. Ct'mum.v's total reiiarationo*- diil'ltiR  th- first year of ilie oporaiinn of the  D.*iw������*.s* plan uniountcd lo 1,���������158,000,000  j;old iittirl:-*. or about $2(0.000,000. Out  of thij- mini the n.t-i'iit.-gi'ru'ral for r-->]������-  ���������irntlrtin* paid <o various allh'd er������?dit-  of.-i !.U.1,."i00,01.10 wM uiairk.s.  W__..i.,_.<_a_.iil..i.ii ���������__���������_���������aw   1 1 .lammiii. -nwn��������� i,i������..������...������,  Wk   S.     I".     1.-07  Life is full of checks and many of  them are forgeries.  The first electric lamp was marketed about 1S00.  j butter to foreign-countries,-, particular-  ' ly  Great   Britain.       The   speakers  -ill-  eihpha^lzed that the heavy increase In  [ihe" imports of butter from the British  coupled    with  The City of Quebec as Seen from the Air  '      *.  ,   7s - n. -*' - -   -  irsSx*-^"*--'      <  - - -   s-   ^sr,t'__i  a.       ?^'  ^^Sfij  ��������� 3*v^<eSj^*^-������*>S������^  ������r ., '^i^T" r?K>1<!' ,a,{,,n hi' Fl,il'^'1,U,1 AwIaI Surveyfl Co.; ut Grand M,,,*,., Qu,>., Kiv,f!; ������, ,p|,m,ll,l birdsi-vo vi.-v.  of iim Old City .shmvlng 1.1*,, Clmliwi Fruntennc In the I'urogr.Mir.d. nnd JOiftW-ln Tithuv, vh, cJmd.-| md'llu- SI  Lawreii.'.ie UIvim* winding iu way up to IVfonironl.  Danish Competition In Butter  Growth Of Dominion Butter Export  Trade Alarms Dcnmar-k  Leading agricuiiuiijts, farmers,  dairymen, representatives of export  ; associations and private exporters, as-  year contract at fixed prices is one ot ^emMed at Copenhagen, Penmark. un-  the conclusions arrived at bv Hen : der tUe V���������s*������#������ey <*. "* minister, of  Smith, British Labor IVI.P., as a result i a5.?CUUUry_J"_ diSC!1S? ,U'e .t^1".. ������f  of his tour of the Dominion. j  Mr. Smith also believes that Britisii  immigrants would be encouraged, to  settle in this country if it were pos-!  sible   for   them   to   have   some   mort;i Nonunions by Britain,  community life than is now the' caso.     j "the systematic agitation organized ln  . : England for enhanced'   marketing"'  of  - i butter, from -the . dominions Jn the  future-," was-going "io greatly intensify the eom-iotiUon with Danish butter.  The mooting decided that ������ very energy must be exerted to provent any  jusfit\al>le complaints against Vanish  butter. The nilni-stor of agriculiure  submitted a draft of l-ig!--!atlon jiro-  poscd to deal with ihe marketing of  Uani_.li dairy products. The details,  howi'ver, v/cro not, divulged.  Statesmen's Opportunity  Canada   ������.5  a   country   hard  so  govern.      Uut  it .offers  grand  opportunities for real stati*.**niu!>:.hip.      Leader*  ship  that   takes  -j-oj-ntzanet'  m   condi-  lious.     tliat     Ki'apph'S   r-volutely   and  fearlessly   with   problem**,     that     d<-  {cllnes lo drift, that  pins public Inter-  jest  before party profit, that redrcHse.**.  j real grh-vane-f-s. that   imiciises com-il-  j hit ion   nnd   prcac-hiv,     f-oncord,     that  j thlnki- and plans and nets nationally���������  jVueh   lemU-r-.hip   means   more, to   tlie  : Horn in ion     and     Its   ejih'.emltip   these  'jjjiys   ihnn   any   <it!s<-r ':������- --->t   iu   rnitc-  ' oiafl.���������Toronto tMobi*.  1    i A  Business Woman  "Villi*       .-la-.    .!������';        tllit j.  l.j'ilJJ       Oi       lat'.l'       <������f  ! the hu-fr-'-'l eal.-rlny f<vr.v,; In tlie world.  [Mrs.     Thorn .son-Price,     ..11     Krig!it.h-  j wolnan, has j-ivf-n prooi ol women*!*  advaneerueiit in the commercial and  [mlu-trhil world. Tlilf- lady 1j? nho  v, ice-ch-ijimau   ot   j;   vt-ry   ���������well-known  ��������� art  pubiiNhinK   liim.  mmm  mrnmmmmmsmpmwmmmmm THIS  ���������BEST���������&   BE VIEW  * ��������� ��������� _  ������    4  Imperial tSaiiK s  Profits Increase  The gradual improvement in  business is reflected in the 51st  Annual Report of the Imperial  Bank of Canada presented to the  Shareholders at the Annual Meet-  ins: held at the Head Office in  Toronto on Wednesday last.  While as yet betterment in business is not very marked yet in  many departments of the Bank's  activities improvements indicate a,  better outlook. Profits show ai  increase of some $55,000 over the  previous year. Deposits have increased by nearly $8,000,000 and  Current Loans are slightly larger.  The principal items of interest  are:���������  Year ending       Year ending  Oct. 31,1924. Oct. 31,1925  Profits ���������$ 1,107.889.99 $ 1,162,148.73  Dep. bearing  i nterest 70,227.0798.7  Dep. not bearing i nterest_17.896.017.03  Quickly realizable assets..58.951,118.68  Dotn. &Prov.  Sectu ities.��������� ..13.487,079.89  Cur'nt !oans���������49,3">6,226.78  Note Circulation 9,526,554.00  The President and General Man  ager in addressing the Shareholders  struck optimistic note-*, while  recommending the necessity of  caution in private and public  financing.  76,406,747.88  19,527,420.91  66.875,829.76  15,317,561.11  50,839,845.66  10,678,152.00  (1������V  iTfffr^"*-T>Of������t������     _rv-n*-   1-Vt.o     l-uwlioq      ���������������_-   mliUVi   J  it is hoped to be able to arrange for  something in the way of a Christmas  entertainment in_connection with the  Sunday school.  Cbas. Moore, surveyor, of Greston,  is here this week, subdividing the  quarter section of7 land recently  purchased Ivy Mrs. Cannaday, of which  some acreage has been purchased by  Ed. Gar'derier and H. Sparrow.  Geo.. Cnudley left a* few days ago  forT-lockmann to resume his former  job in the.mine at that point.  m������������ x>~��������� cs-.-_:.������i *.. _. '._��������� *.-V.���������  xrr^^-������^~^_i-.  JLUC   UMJf   aOVUUliB 1������������UlUu VU&   i c������"0������SFjjr.  home with a surprise party on  Saturday night and spent a most  enjoyable evening, the affair being in  honor of Annie Yerbury.  Sam Lazachuk was host to a party  of friends on Saturday night, and the  guests report a very fine evening's  entertainment, dancing being a feature  of the ������*vent.  ...-���������-  ._������-", ���������'.���������'  Harry Beeson eame in  a   few   days  ago from Klockmann, and  left at the  first of the week  for   St. John,   N.B.-,  from     which   point   he -sails   on   an  extended visit with friends in the Old  Country.  It is"expected that the usual before-  Christmas concert of the public school  pupils will be held on Thursday  afternoon next. 17th.  Bill Derochnk  and   Sana   Lazachuk  are leaving in a few days  for  Boswell  with the intention  of wintering there  operating a   trap   line   between   tbat  point and Kootenay Landing.  Mrs. Jory,   who has been away for  the past month on a    visit   at   Green  wood and Nelson, arrived home at the  end of the week.  A meeting is being held this Thurs  v   For  Pianoforte,  Organ ana  Singing Lessons  tai>ph  AR2HUR COLLIS, Creston  P.O. Box 76  U A_____.ja_.__s ' ____' .^j_r   j_____t���������. ' ���������  WHAT OTHER PAPERS SAY  f& QBHlm,  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  Am Mfrabeffi  Shoe and Harness Repairing  Be Careful with Ashes  The piling of hot ashes against a  fence or in proximity   to rubbish is  the direct cause of  many fires.    To  keep ashes-from the  furnace or the  kitchen range, well  av-ay   from out  buildings,   rubbish   heaps   or   back  fences, is good judgment.     In shak,  ing down the furnace   in the morn���������  ing, it is   practically impossible    to  guard against hot embers dropping  down from the   grates.    These   are  dangerous to the  point  of  making  an outbreak of  fire   a.   certainity if  piled against the wall   of    an    outbuilding   or   back    fence.     Ashes  should    be   piled,   separatelj*    well  away from all   inflammable matter  ai.d if possible,   out   of   the   wind  to reduce any existing danger from  Hying sparks.  Taking the additional precaution- of    throwing    a.  few  shovelsful of snow over   the    morning's   ashes is also   a form   of   fire  insurance   that    commends   itself.  An ounce of prevention   outweighs  a pound of cure.    Better by  far to  exercise a little care  each day than  to   stand   mournfully   regarding   a  great heap   of    smouldering   ruins  that once was a   thriving and prosperous town.  rtothnp. m.ntao,Toojbo* __ru_j������_p  tract mmt. 8U_noaiM ���������qaitmaot  l__rt_>_l___i card ttrmtt. wmtttutr-praot  ett* cartMta������_ nmintnm mm ������U  Onuf.. wi_n<I������t_l������atd wipar a_o_ ulek-  rtaat luaaltaas rim..   Dtertor and  tZSZSfcX&mZiSm  The Improved  rorci routing Car  AN all-steel body on th<_ improved chnaaiii, with a new  _, topdo-lgnedtoharmonlw* withtlucreduction In height,  give* the Touring Car a grace and ������martnca-i heretofore  unapproached.  AovuilaC*^. I.i COIXivfaOIT*'  ItiimVmi   _La_.pt pOtaai   witlil   iU^ii'OVvU.tUali^  in design.   Placing the fuel tank under the cowl haa made  It possible to lower the neatt*, giving greater lea room and  added comfort fbr driver and na-wenger*. Ventilation  and driving vision arc improved by the new touring wlnd-  *!ilc!d, the lower half of which in adjustable.  The tilde curtain*, generally rc-deilgned to conform to body  and top chans"!***, add the final detail of t&ourfa--; comfort.  When In place, tha- -curtain* open witli che doom and  .c~mZ>"..ac wide vJt'on wll.1i lafltEng dzzzohlilty.  %>JP Em "Br (f*\ I  w     %m9      \mm������*��������� W w Jr"%\Jf Em  EXCLUSIVE FORD DEALER  iaUifl  $M$  ut  ^^wm.  A  popular idea, for  this  season   of   the  year  is  that  Useful   Presents  are  the  most appreciated.    A few suggestions : .  For the*   TV/Tp.n  Wool   Silk.  Shirts, Ties,  Socks in all wool,  Socks���������Silk  and  S weaters,  Suspenders,     ^  Glovee,  Handkerchiefs.  For the Girls  Handkerchiefs.  Hosiery in All -Wool, Silk- and  Wool, etc.  Mitts.  Toques.  .Barrettes.  Mirrors.  Vanity Oases.  Fancy Garters.  Fancy Ribbons.  Aluminum  Stew Pans,  x  Steamers,  Cake Tins,  Kettles, f  Jugs,  Porrigers,  Tea Pot Stands,  Jelly Moulds, etc.  A wonderful line of directly -  imported Swiss manufactured  Aluminum, world wide noted  for its durability and" quality.  Pleasantly-inexpensive.  For the Women  Hosiery in great variety.  Handkerchiefs in White  and  Colors, plain or fancy boxes,  > figured Crepe de Chine. -  Silk Underwear.  Silk Scarves.  Silk aud other Dress Goods.  Gloves���������Silk and Chamiosette  Wool Gauntlets.  Combs in French Ivory, etc.  Ribbons in great variety.  Lace Collars,  Tabs and Laces.  Notes of the Bank in circulation  .$10,678,152.00  Due to other Banks .......... ..*...........?     1,873,941.16  Letters of Credit outstanding -.>;        503,784.99  Dividend and Bonus Due November 2nd, 1925  v.....;..       280,000.00  Unclaimed Dividends  ....k........... 1,399.75  Capital, Reserve and Undivided Profits .............;_.......... 15,598,871.92  Deposits  $28,936,149.82  , 95,934,168.29  $124,870,318.11  ASSETS  .   Cash on hand and in Banks , $15,867,732.94  Notes and Cheques of other Banks  6,643,031.04  Deposit in Central Gold Reserves  3,504,466.65  Deposit with, the Minister for purposes of Circulation Fund .... K. 323,040.75  Dominibn and Provincial Government, Municipal and other     '  Securities ,   21,918,609.54  Call Loans in Canada and abroad  11,563,093.60  Other current Loans after making full provision for had and  doubtful debts  ;  57,895,700,90  Bank Premises . %........................., .....-....-.'. 5,056,813.14  Real Estate, Mortgages and other assets  .'���������..,... 1,392,089^66  Non-eurront Loans, .estimated loss provided fof  201,955.00  Liabilities of customors under Letters of Credit as per contra .... 503,784.99.,  $124,870,318.11  A. B. PHIPPS,  General Manager.  PEIiEG HOWI^ANB,  President.  AUDITORS* BBPOBT TQ THE SHABEHOIiDEBS: "  Wg report to tho Sharoholdora of the Imperial Bank ef Canada t-~-  That^wo havo auditod tho above Bnlanco Shoot as at Ootobor 81_tt, 1025, and compared  it with  tho boolm and  vouchorn at Hoad Ofllco and with tlio cortUlod xoturna  ftrdm the'*  "Brancliofi.    Wo hnvo obtainod all tho informrktioh and oxplnnnti->ntt that wo havo roquiroA,  and in our opinion tho transactions ot tho Bank which havo come under our notico havo  boon within tlio poworn of tho Bank.  In our opinion the Balance Shoot dimoloaoB tho true condition of the Bunk, and ia tw  ahown by tho books of tho $ank-  Tlie abeve Balnneo Sheet doo-j no-t incl-i-flc monl������# w'hie'h TtnTO "be-ftii cot' aside by tbe  Shareholder.? from tlmo to timo for tho purpose of a Ponnion Fund, a portion of which ii  InvoBtod in Bhtires of the Bank,  A. B, Bni-rmcan, O.A., .    '  of Poat, Marwiek, Mitcholl tt Oo.  3P������ttOV 0. Baxticb, O.A.     .      - ���������  ��������� of MnointoBli, Oolo Jb Bobertnon.  Toronto, Novombor SO, 102S.  mmmmmmimmmmmmmtm  11  '3  ������*fl  mmMM^ummMtm  tjSmmWxsamsi&sssi  *j*  j-.i THE. GBBSTC.TV   REVIEW  Local and Personal  Before leaving Creston to assume  his new poai tior\ in the -, bead. oSSce-of  the Bank of. Commerce at Vancouver  O, H.-. Robinson was presented with a  fountain pen. by his-fellow boarders at  the'-Bach" whilst the ladies of the  Bridge Club remembered him with a  leather-collar box.  -   According to.figures given   out   by  the^ B.C, provincial inspector ' of  npairies the* honey crop in Creston  Valley this year was jusb under 12,000  pounds. 29 of our-ranchers. are now  keeping bees %o a total of 200 "hives,  with an average honey output of 55  pounds to the hive.  The'attention of adults and children  alike is directed to the -announcement  this week of tbe special Christmas sale  of'season tickets for Creston skating  rink.    By    buying   before.  4"*%. _i _������. . _ __  VKI-i.'J.BlaU|aa  AGRICULTURAL and INDUSTRIAL  DEVELOPMENT  President and General Manager Imperial Bank  of Canada review Canadian  Business Conditions at Annual Meeting of Shareholders.  BANK'S STRONG POSITION  /  Mr. Peleg Howland, the President,  in his address said, in part:���������This  country has again been blessed^ with,  a bountiful harvest* the production of  grains much exceeding as far as the  Western Provinces are concerned  that^ of last year. In the older  Provinces the-returns will be equally  as good as last year; in some fruit  sections better perhaps, in dollars and  cents.  Manufacturing and trading -generally, Jt is anticipated, will show somewhat better returns than last year,  partly through economies and greater  efficiency and partly through somewhat increased turnover. ^ The necessity for economy is showing itself in  the extension of the chain store  system,' in syndicates-buying and in  the tendency to merge on the part  of both traders and manufacturers.  ^   Our Commercial Affairs  Our foreign trade increases���������our  exports growing in greater proportion  than our imports with a large balance  ���������in our favor, maintaining the Canadian dollar at a premium in New  York.- Altogether, there has been  recently considerable improvement in  our commercial affairs, and I think  that we may count- witli reasonable  con6deu.ce on its continuation for  some - time, though it must be remembered that a portion *of the  activity- conies from expenditure of  the Dominion, Provincial and municipal Governments, on the wants, not  needs,., of transportation, education,  administration and philanthropy���������for  which ^e are running into debt���������and  that your taxation has not been  lessened in any direction, but, on the  contrary must increase.  ������       'The Business Tas  Assessment values of Reai Property  and "Buildings are very high. The  business tax, tQQt has increased with  the increase in Assessments. Very  bigh ...rentals must be" obtained on  business properties in order to pay  the regular tas, the business tax, local,  improvement taxes, insurance, depreciation, and a reasonable interest  return on even their assessed values.  These, increased rentals must be  recovered from some source, or business collapses. I wish it were possible  co make all voters realize that they  must help to pay these increases in  the price paid for goods or services,  and thajt all might join in urging that  our affairs be s'o; managed that we  may [nop be further; burdened directly  by increased rates or, indirectly by  increased assessments. ��������� > Surely, we  can - wait for widened streets,. new  bridges^ or subways, a nc������ what-not,  until we are better, ablp to bear the  burdens they impose.    '  ��������� Our Railway "Problem  - It is Of the utmost importance that  our Railway problem be solved; that  a period be put to the increase in tbe  Country's obligations caused- by the  expenditure on the Government Road  and the deficits for its operation.  How c-in we hope that desirable  immigrants will voluntarily seek us  out ir our burdens are not becoming  lighter, or that new enterprises will  be established or satisfactory development undertaken if Sales and.. Profit  Taxes give promise .of indefinite continuation. Are we not paying: altogether too much.for our experiment  in Government ownership?  Why not get rid of the Road, if a  Eurchaser can be found for it, on a  asis that would give a reasonable  chance In the future to tWe buyer and  thus peg our loss? Once the country  can Bhbw a surpjus in its revenue,  that ia'real, new heart will be put'  into the wliolflr-gommunity. What  defence is there for Public Ownership,  if it does not pay? There ia no magic  about it. There is n o inherent benefit  irrespective of results. ������  Substantial Improvement  The General lV|anagcrf Mr. A. E.  Phir������f������f- -"i-lii in pari*:-���������Tt > is rnoRt  gratllying to call your attention to the  fact that the statement before you  today Bhowa a substantial improvement in every particular. It Is noteworthy that the deposits which fell  in 11)24 to a total of $83,000,000 have  readied- the substantial total of  , S.96,000,000, Total nftscta which  'fihrnnk during tho period of readjustment   to   $tl"������,0fl0,'000    have    np-ain  A satisfactory feature of our deposit  business is that, notwithstanding the  closW bf a number of unprofitable  branches as mentioned in the Report,  the number of depositors of the Bank  is not less, but snows some increase.  Our total cash holdings are  S26.33S.27i, compared with ������27,153,-  070 a year ago. This equals 24.16  per cent, of our liabilities to the  public -which is a very high percent--  age. _  Dominion and Provincial  Securities _  Investments of the first grade,  consisting of Dominion and Provincial  Government securities, etc., Canadian  municipal securities, and items of that  character total $21,918,600. . - Call  Loans ih Hew York are $5,000,000  and bur Call' Loans in Canada are  86,563,093, a total increase in-those  three classes of investments of  $8,211,389. If we. add these to our  easn holdings, we get a total ������f  $59,819,964 equal to 65 % per cent, of  our total liabilities to the public, and  if we include our loans to Provincial  Governments and to Municipal Cor-  B orations, $6,509,63-, which are very  igh-class assets, the total is $66,875,-  829, and the percentage, is 61 y& per  cent., compared with 583_ per cent,  last . year, which in turn .was the"  highest for a number of-yearS.  Current loans are $50,225,800 compared with $49,356,226.���������an increase  of slightly under SI ,000,000. It will  be noted that the position of the Bank  is exceedingly favorable for taking on  desirable commercial loans as soon, as  renewed business activity brings about  a demand for that class of accommodation.  An Interesting Comparison  _���������.-" ������ *(*^  me lot lowing ^comparisons taicen  from the Government Return of  Chartered Bsakss for "September 1924  compared witb^tHe returns for September 1925 are-, interesting. Total  Assets all Banks increased one hundred and forty-six millions, or 5.4  per cent; Imperial Bank increased  twelve and a half millions, or 11.1  per. cent. Current Accounts all Banks  increased * ninety-two and * a half  millions, or 18.6 per cent.; Imperial  Bank increased. $5,400,000 or 22 per,  cent. Savings' Deposits all Banks  increased 'ninety-one millions, or 7.8  per cent; Imperial Bank $6,100,000,  or 10.8 per cent." Current Loans til  Canada all Banks decreased fifty-  three millions,' or -5.5 per cent, decrease; Imperial Bank increased  $713,000 or, .1*4 per. cent.. Circulation  all Banks j-mcreasc_ four millions or  2.3 per cent,; Imperial Bank $250,000,  or .25. per cent.  Business Gradually Improves  Last year and the year before I  remarked that conditions were gradually; improving and, though business  conditions still leave a good deal to be  desired,_ it would seem possible that  better times are not far away.  The position of the agriculturist has  greatly improved in the last two or  three years. The mining of precious  metals is improving steadily under  favourable conditions. Tbe water-  powers of the country are being  steadily developed, with a consequent  increase in business activity parti-������  cularly in the production of pulp and  pappr, .which has, become a very  important industry, and is continually growing so much that Canada .  is now running neck and neck with the  United States of America Cor "the  position of the greatest producers of  newsprint ini the world. Exchanges  with*4bpndon and New York have  returned,to practically parity.  i     Caution. Stilt Necessary  The Banking situation haa "been  cleared up, and the losses due to  deflation pretty well liquidated or  absorbed, and, although there la still  need for caution and difficulties will  undoubtedly confront bankers and  pi-bAtf. will --till he hard to get, there  is reason to hope that these difficulties  will bo substantially less than for the  last (few years, The unsatisfactory  features, of course, tare that business la  still oppressed by heavy and In Borne  cases hampering taxation. The flour  milling industry, the lumber industry  and some branches of iron and ateel  production arc Buffering from laclc of  turnover    find    hf-nwy   overhpnd    ex-  ri Ben until  they are now practically [penaes, and wc still have the railway  5125,000,000,   while   the   profiLs.   are   situation to face, butt on the whole the  Rome $65,000 in ex cess of last year.  The profits of the -vcar amounted to  SU.lCV*.14&.73f ��������� ������   pared        with  $ 1,107,8.80.QO last j.i*ar, and after  maldsng the customary* ckcliictiortia for  dividcndi bonue, Guarantee and Pen-  nion Fumd and scfcttirifc asHc 8150,00")"  required for taxes, there it* left to he  carried over to the ni-vl ax-frm-n  S! ,008,8.71.(12, compared witb  ���������81,030,223.10 last year.  outlook might be very much worse.  It is our policy to go on as we have  been, not contemplating alliances, but  attending to our own business with, the  beflt tare we can gives it far the purpose  af rendering service to our clients and  ibtainitiK satisfactory rcoults for our  *hn re holder.-, and I have no reason* to  .Mpi.os**' i l.nlr w-������ will nrst h>-������ r*M*" to  continue to achieve a reasonable  ���������"measure of Hi4c.ce as...  eve a savin*; of * $1 can be effected.  These special prices will be withdrawn  on Christmas morning.  SHOOTIN*������ MATCH���������An old time  .shoot for geese -will be held at the  -Wearmpufch ranch at Canyon City on  Saturday," December 12th, commencing-, at 10 a.m., with coffee and  sandwiches served to competitors at  noon. 25c. a shot will be charged, and  bringyour favorite rifled  Quite a few. from town arp-sure to  be at Eriekson tonight for the third of  tb*** season's whists and dances by the  Whirlwind"Club, vehich-is* being- held'  at the R. J. X-ong puck ing shed. .The  giris are anihng the mance hail up  appropriate for Christmas, and the  dance will be a yuletide affair.  The dance the Alice Siding Musical  Party orchestra is putting on on  Thursday evening next, December  17th, at the Parish Hall, is sure to be  a popular evenk- coming at the close'  of the school twm. Considerable new  music will ba" played, and at the  popular prices of $1 and 50c. will be  too good to miss..       '  ..Engineer : McCullough ;of Nelson  completed the Held work in connection  with the re-survey of the Arrow Creek  irrigation system on Wednesday, and'  left that afternoon for home. Hes will  start' w������rk a'hICSv iinmediateiy on his  report on the project, whieh will be  submitted within the next couple of  months, it is expected.  Mrs. Dow, Mrs. Walters, Mrs. H-ire  and Miss Lyda Johnson were between  trains business visitors at Kitchener*  on "Wednesday, taking along' with  them the*unsold articles at tbe recent  Presbyterian Ladies' Aid bazastr at  Creston, most^of ��������� which they disposed  of to good advantage- aba basuiar in  Hunt's Hall that afternoon.  Mr. Sternberg of Alberta, who had  an auction sale of heavy horses at the  McCreath barn on Saturday afternoon,  had no luck at all, and the eight head.  were shipped cm to Nelson on Sunday./  Nothing less than $200 a team would  be. accepted and it was the price that  spoiled the sale none' of the bids  received going . ijnywhere near that  figure.  son Business Goliege  s  SPECIAL  e-Opeiiing Church  Equipped Business College in British Columbia  INDIVIDUAL TUITION  ������.       - *  Sound Commercial Training in  Shorthand,    Typewriting,    Bookkeeping,    Penmanship  Spellings    Commercial Arithmetic,     Commercial  English,   Commercial Law,  Filing,   and  General  Office Procedure.  A British Columbia College for British Columbians.  The College at which Students either Work or Leave.  New^Term Commences  January 4, 1926  PHONE 603.  FEES only $17.50  a Month  V  P.O. SOX 14  The enlargement and   alterations at the United Church  will foe completed this week",  and there will foe a Special  Opening Service on      ;V.  c. 13  at  SEVEN-THIRTY p. m.  Rev* B. C. Freeman  of Cranbrook, will be the  preacher.  There will' also be special  Orchestral Music.  WATER NOT1GH  USE AND STORAGE  Talio notice that Charles Orln Rotleors,whoso  address ta Oreston, B.C., will apply foi- a license  to take and use 8 aero food of wator out ot Arrow  Creole, which flows southerly-nncl drains Into  Goat lUvor about tlH'co-quartors of a mile north  ot tho south boundaty of Sub-Lot 0, Lot 4692.  Tho Btoraffo, dam will be located at about 100  feat south ot Arrow Creole bridge. Tho capacity  of the reservoir to bo erected Ir about 3 ncro  foot and will flood about ono-half aoro of land.  Tho wator will "bo diverted from tho etroam at  a point about 100..foot, northerly from Arrow  Crook bridge and will bo used for indiistrlnl  purpoHoa on tho land <dosorlbod an Sub-Lot D, of  Lot 1602, G.l, K.D. Tills notloo was po������tl:o<3 on  tho ground on tho 23iU of November. 11)25..' A-  copy at t"ii"B noMco and an application pOTau-mt  thereto and to tho Wator Act, 1014, will bo filed  tnthootlloo of tho Wator Roooi*dor at Nolfion,  H.O. Objeotlons to fcho application may bo filed  witlt tho sudd WatorTlitocorder or with tlio  Comptroller of Water jEtteltts,. Parliament Bnil-  dlnffa, Victoria, B.O., wllihtn thirty days after  tho fli-at appearance of this notloo ��������� in n local  nowapapor, ���������  O. O; 110DG1C118. Amvl leant.  ByG. A. M, yOU^Nd. _Affont.  The data of tho flrflfc publication of thin nofcleole  27th Kfovomhor, lttM.  w mmVTT'I*?.'ffP /VOTYG.I_r  DtVERSlON AND USB  Talio -notico that Charteu Orln HodtreraaWfciORO  addroBB Is Oronton, B.Oy will apply for a Jlcenuo  to talco and use d minor's laohoa ol wateir out ot  an. unnamed aprine whloli -'flows oaBtorty and  drains Into Arrow Oroolt, about 500 feet north of  .Arrow Creole bridge. Tho wator will he* adivert-  od from tho stream afca iKilnt. aboil fc 20 tettt wosfe  of AmiwU-wok amt "-i*- l^0'- norrh ot Arro-.v-  Crook brlrlfi-c*. and -wiUbonnod fordom������*\<4o and  IndnntJial p-irnoH*"-! upon tho land dencrfcbeA a������  Hub-Lot������ bC Lol; 4MM. Q.I, It.D. Thin notice Wfw  pofltod on tho ffronnd on thaJJUrd day of N*ov-  ombor, 102*. A copy of thia notloo and an up-  lilloatloii ptirtiiiant tlioreto and to tho Water  Aotwllibo fllofl in tlso pffloo of tho Wator Tic-  oot*dorI**-PJrelMorjl B.O, Ol"|eot.lon������ to tho applloa-  tion may bo Mml t-Hfcli the ������ald Wat^-r Kncardor  or with tho Comptroller of Water Kleliits. Pat-  llamont Bulldlnsii, ~loto������-la. B.Vi, withLu thti-ty  days aft-ir tlio flrfltappoaranoo of thia notiao in  a looal ti������wi-paii������r.  By (8 A."  The date of tho ilrsfc pi"lrtloat!on_of"tlii������."noiico  pAT������������r*"*rrr������n    - a-wiig.,^.  Ia 27Lb *Noveail'  r, S5&5.  No Professional Uses Or din-  ary Flour for Pastry!  0_ma__���������a������������������_���������������������������������������an������������������___���������������_���������������_*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������M_���������____MNHMMM_MN__������MMM____nM^__  He  USES   PASTRY FLOUR, which   is more  economical.     Try   it   for  Christinas   baking.      Royal  Household  and  Purity Flour.      Ogilvie's Minute Oats and  Purity Oats in Premium., packages.    AH kinds of Feed in stock  ^at right, price.  Gas and Coal CHI hy the gallon  Lubricating Oil, Grease, &kc.  Do Not Lose Interest  by   delaying   to   deposit   your  savings*  TF yon  cannot   visit  us   personally,  _���������_ send your. deposits -by mail.   Have.  t_b.e satisfaction c������ knowing that your  money   fs   safely' protected   and   ia  ������snus>*| interest zegu���������a_ly������  iff  899  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Gft-pitod Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creston Branch  _>. T. Scrimgeour, Manager  Save Money  It is not always easy to save but  those who do save prosper. As a  little money is accumulated it should  be placed in a Savings Bank accotuat  where interest will be paid and the  principal sum be secure*. There is  a Savings Bank Department at every  branch of this Bank.  89  IlVfPEWAJL bank:  "ro.-^-j  C." W. AL*LAN,  OP CANABiiV  CRESTON BRANCHi  ^a*Q31S������Cff.   ..  mmtm*mmmmaaMmm  rnmommmmti  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  MEAT MERCHANTS  JT-BY oUH|  j-tti^/fxjWC/OjK.  4i\jRS\.   *SJmjSJ\%M������t  An economical <3iBh, easy to ������orvo.  Shamroch Brandt HAM, BACON ana\LARD  GLENBALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government grader], higheat quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  till varieH<*������.  Choicest BEEfr, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS* IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  inor<-nHon egg produotlon ������ml prcduaiii better pnultry-    Buy tho bent.  MMM  1 TBtE   BEVIBWi   ^OBESTOlff,   B.   Q.  s  wm.  WilJ  Most  Northerly  Police  Post  Be  FOR  r^i^6NStl.PAT"iPNMf"  t:;,S':,.*.,:i..jTB;0W^l;Sg:-^^'^,  il  Constructed   Next   Year   Ort  EHesmere  Island  - The   world's   most  northerly   police  post and also the most remote of any  human habitation, is to he constructed next year for the Royal Canadian  Mounted Police at. the Car end of Elles-,.  more Island.      Building materials and:  two years' supplies have been cached  within easy freighting distance of the  -joint.     Three nsen will he detailed, foi  patrol duty on the indescribably lonely shore of Rice Straits..  James Oliver Cutw������d  A t_QV������ EPIC OF THE FAR  Copyright, 1917, by Doubleday,   Page   &   Co. !  -BARliB, SON OF KAZAN," a Vitagraph Picture, With. Wolf..ihe War Dog.  is au Adaptation of This  Story  makes your food  do you  more good.  Note how it relieves  that stuffy feeling     Jfl  "aftet hearty eating.  Sweetens the  breath, removes ^  food particles  from, the teeth,  gives new vigor  to cited nerves.  Comes to you  -. fresh,  clean and  full-flavored*  the club raised over his head McTaggart saw in time the white star, the  white-tipped ear, and the jet black ot  Baree's coat.  With a swift moyement he exchanged the club i'or the blanket.  In that hour, could McTaggart have  looked ahead to the days that were to  come, he would have used the club.  ���������    ���������  henumeAspirm  B  rovei  Safe  SYNOPSIS  cheeks which Pierrot had "never seen  thei-e before. She stood, up., when he  had done, and she seemed taller to  him. Never had .she looked quite so  much like a woman, and Pierrot's eyes  were deep-shadowed with fear and tin-  Bush McTaggart, the factor of Post  MacBain, a brutal and unscrupxilous  schemer, was determined to marry  Nepeese, the beautiful Indian "princess," daughter of Pierrot, the trapper.  He had tired ol: Marie, the slim Cree  girl who had been his companion. Mc- easiness as he watched her while she  Taggart's advances were distasteful to j gazed off into the northwest���������tow aro  Nepeese and aioused the enmity of her ��������� ���������Lac Bajni  father so the ^f5^1^^^ she was wonderful, this slip of a  plotted  to   do   away   with   Pienot,   " . ' .  to   win >. his   daughter   for \ girl -woman.    Her beauty troubled him  necessary,  himself.  K-  ���������;He had seen the look in Bush McTag-  Continued.  as he made  CHAPTER   XI.-  1-Ie  chuckled again  way     through     the     darkness  door.      Nepeese as good  liis  to the  as belonged  to him. He would have her if it cost  ���������Pierrot's life. And���������why not? It  was all so easy. . A shot oil a lonely  trap-line, a single knife-thrust���������and  who would know? Who would guess  where Pierrot had gone? And it j  . would be all Pierrot's fault: For the !  last time he had seen Pierrot, he had  made an hone,it proposition: he would  marry Nepeese.      Yes-, even that.    He  ; gai't's eyes.      He had heard the thrill.  j in. McTaggart's voice. He had caught  the desire of a beast in McTaggart's  face. It had frightened him at first.  lint now���������he was not frightened'. He  was uneasy, but his hands were  clenched. In his heart there was a  smoldering fire. At- last Nepeese  turned and came and sat down he side,  him again, at his feet.  had  told  Pierrot so.  He     had    told\  Pierrot that -when the latter was his  father-in-law, he would pay him  double price for furs-.  And Pierrot had stared���������-had stared  with that strange, stunned look in his I  face, like a man dazed by a blow.from  a club.      And so if be did not get Ne-  4teese without trouble it would all be  Pierrot's  fault.       To-morrow   MeTag-  g-art    would    start again for the half-  breed's   country.      And  the   next   day j  Pierrot, would havo an answer for him. !  Rush McTaggart chuckled again when \  he went to bed. j  Until the next to the last, day Pier- ]  rot said nothing to Nepeese about what  had passed between him and the factor at I-ae Bain.      Then he told her.  "'He is a beast���������a man-devil," he  said, when be liad finished. "i would  rather sea- you out there���������with hei-���������  dead." And hi-.* pointed to the- tall  spruce under which the princess  mother lay.  Xepeeso had not uuered a .sound.  But her ������������������j-..--. had grown bigger and  darker,  and   .hero  was  a  flush in  her  "And he  pointed to the tall spruce  under which the princess mother lay."  to-morrow,  "What shall  1  tell  ���������     "lie     is     coming  : cherle," he  said.  ! him?"  The Willow's lips were red. Her  eyes shone. But she did not look tit  hiT father. _ /  '���������Nothing, Nootawe���������.except that you  j aro to K'-y lo hint that t am the one  i to whom ho must eouio���������for what Ik*  | seeks."  I Pierrot bent over and caught  ���������smiling. The sun went down. Ills  ! heart sank with il, like cold lead.  j Fr-ini Lao lhiin l.o Pierrot's cabin tho  ' trail em within hull' a mile of the  j beaver-pond, a dozen miles from whore  j Pierrot lived; and it was hero, on a  ! twist of lhe creel* in which Wtikayoi'j  fish for Baree, that Busb  inside    lilt,     camp  for the  had  cfiughl.  '; .UeTaggnn  i night.  j      It.   u*;js   a  j "-b-jii. ihruugli  of (lie (linn If  o I  splendid   night    llust.   l"ol-  I'liap*"   Thi roe    would    hav  ll. in his iioi-t on ihn top  the bit con  smell.had :'.ol  MRS. B, H. HART  SICK FOR YEARS  Want* Women to Know How  She Wa i Made Well by Lydia  E. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound  Cornwall,Ontario. ��������� "1 am now (jiving;  your medicine a fair trial and it. surely  is doing me geod and  I am fjoing to keep :  on taking it.    I used ���������  to feel so tired in the ;  morninj'TTiat I didn't j  want to got up. but i  that fooling is leav-  .,       .^g.   iritf rue now.    i a Iho  1 '*'~i&   m    Hj,Jt"J> bettor and feel  \f '      ��������� ''''-''^1 Wi\     fr*or*'* I53ce   workincc.  if '"���������::M\l\     For  woven  or eiffrit  years'    I   have   had  hear lac h e a, t ire d feel-  [nKH.Tiainftinmvback  and ftcros-t my body. 1 read let tern in  the newHiiaper'i.'-ay-Jrig what good Lydia  K. Pink ham'.i Vegetal >lo Compound had  done other.*, _\!y hunhand says f quit  too .soon, but. 1 am not poinj? to stop  tukirjjg i.iie Vegetable (,ou'.poi3n������i and  l.ydia K. i'inkh.-im'H 1'Iood Medicine until I am bettor and hav.-n't an nche or a  pain. Isn't that the riprht way? I have  great faith in your rncdirincH. 'Ihey  must. _���������������. ^oua.i whet; Uhj.;������_ -^aotako them  .*;peak *;o b'f'hly of thorn, f am mmm-  mendinj* them to my friend;? and I will  gladly nnawnr letter.** from women a.sk-  m-?*about them," Mr.i. HunrH. Hart,  Box 10H1, Cornwall., Or\tnr\tt.  Mr.*������. Hnrt wantH l.o help other women [lie  i^-r.nl  wiim  ;.  rabbit   tit on*  und  in willinpr to arwiwer "otter:-  from    Thkh.-i i'*. aiiJi.iv,-,,       if,, <..j.,ie  niH- women nslrmt-about the vep*et*.buj  Compound. 0  ijoi'T-'d tlie new liiinger iii him.      Kino;  ; his adreui.iire in I lie canyon, the deep-  ! it   fore,.|   bad   held   a   dread   for   liim,  -.il.   night.        But,   this   nlgliL  lie  clall,-.'  was   like   ;  moonl'��������� ;������������������..";  biMira-V      dlJ  v.-fiilil   iu  a  2 i'.?! j I.       j\ ;  !>!'  li.'  pa i  i '    '  In-.  ������iu  In  ���������an!  .'-c.iiid;-.  ������h,*i l   |r   w.-i!  1 Ills   ;��������� Hi   lO'l  .-,lll-l>'<  I I'i.l I'I ���������<������  pale,   golden   day:    It.   w;i* ,  ���������ill   Iho  stars   f-linne   like  a i  ��������� ni    lamp ������.      lloiMliti-.'.      I lie '���������  iol'i   ;ui<!     billowy     h<';i     o^I I  ���������nile v.'hb'p'-r of wind Miade  hi   I he   | reel ops.        I'.e-  !  \ ���������'���������������>���������  Kjillet. I  r.ai���������������������������'    began  to hun I. '  lj   iif h(il"'-*'.i*owi'i j  ���������tir'fiped  hbiiii.     He |  ���������.v.! ���������  :������������������;* "fi'������' r *. In o '  ind no litoli. Thrn '  for,.a moment, and he stopped in his  tracks.  "Wapoos, 'they-rabbit, had run his  furry head into tii<?~" snare, and his  first frightened jump had "shot" the  sapling to which the* copper wire was  attached so that he was now hung half  in midair, with only his hind feet  touching the ground. And there "he  was dancing ftiadly while the, noose  about his neck slowly choked him to  death.  Baree   gave   a   sort   of   gasp.       He  could understand nothing of tho part  that  the  wire  and  the   sapling were  playing in this curious game.      All he  could see was that Wapoos was hopping and  dancing about on his hind  legs in a most puzzling and unrabbit-w  -like  fashion.      It may    be    that    he  thought it some sort oi" play.      In this  instance, .however, he did not regard  Wapoos as he had looked on Umisk  the  beaver.      He knew that Wapoos  made mighty fine eating, and after another moment or two of hesitation he  darted upon his prey.  McTaggart had heard no sound, for  the snare into which Wapoos had run  his head was the one set farthes't from  the   camp.      Beside   the   smouldering  coals ot his fire he sat with his back  to a tree, smoking his black pipe and  dreaming covetously^of Nepeesey when'  Ba'ree continued his night wandering.  Baree no longer had the desire to hunt.  He was too full.     Uut he nosed ia and  out of the starlit spaces, enjoying in\.  mensely the stillness and the  golden  glow of the night.      He was following  a rabbit run when he came to a place  where two fallen logs left a trail no  wider  than his body.      He  squeezed  through;    something   tightened   about  his neck;   there was' a sudden snap���������  a swish ��������� as the  sapling was released  from  its  "'trigger"���������and    "Daroe    was  jerked oil his feet so suddenly that ho  had no time to conjecture as to what  was happening.  The   yelp  in 'liis   throat   died   in   a  gurgle, and 'he next moment he waa  going through the pantomimic actions  of Wapoos, who was having his ven-  ! gen nee inside  him.      For the  life  of  ��������� him Ikiree could not keep from danc-  lier '  . ling about, while the wire grew tighter  and   tighter about  his  neck.      When  ho snapped at lhe wire and hung tho  weight, of hi.s body lo the ground, the  sapling would  bend    obligingly,    and  then���������in its rebound���������would yank him  for    an     liudunl     completely   off  tho  | earth.       Furiously   he   struggled.       It,  I was a miracle that the fine wire held  i him.      In a few moments more II. must  j have    broken���������but     McTaggart,     had  heard   him!       Tho  Factor  caught  up  his   blanket, und  a  heavy   stick  as lie  hurried toward Iho snare.     It was not  a     rabbit,    making  those   wounds���������he  knew  that.      Perhaps* a iishor-cat���������a  lynx, a fox, a  young wolf   It  was the wolf hi- thought, of ilrst  whojH he sirv Jlaroja at  the end of the  wire.       He  dropped   tho   blanket,  and  nil sod   tlie  club.       it'  thorn had  heels  -���������lends overhead, or tho ������>lai'.s had been  Jess brilliant,  Ikiree  would have died  as surely us Wapoos had died.     With !  CHAPTER  XII.  Half an hour later Bush McTaggart's  fire was burning brightly again. In  the glow ol* it Baree lay trussed up  like an Indian papoose, tied into a balloon-shaped ball with babiche thong,  his head alone showing where his captor had cut a hole for it in the blanket. He was hopelessly caught���������so  closely imprisoned in the blanket that  he could scarcely, move a muscle of his  body. A few feet away from him McTaggart'was bathing a bleeding hand  In a basin of water. There was also  a red streak down the side of McTaggart's bullish neck, v  "You   little   devil-'" he   snarleu   at  Baree.      "You little devil!"  **- He reached over suddenly and', gave  Baree's head a vicious blow -witli bis  heavy hand.  "I ought to beat your brains out���������  and I believe I will!"  (To  be continued)  Take without Fear as Told  in '"Bayer" Package  Dees not affect  the Heart  jez  -���������DIAMOND DYES"  COLOR THINGS NEW  or   Boil  Just   "Dip  to  to  Tint  Dye ."  E a c h    15-cent  package   contains  directions so simple    any  -woman  can tint soft, delicate    shades   or  dye     rich,     permanent  colors  in  lingerie,     silk s,  ribbons, skirts, waists, dresses, coats,  stockings, sweaters, draperies, coverings, hangings���������everything I  Buy Diamond Dyes���������no other kind-���������  and tell your druggist whether the material you wish to color is wool or silk,  or whether it is lineiiiQpiton or mixed  goods.  Would Camp in Tonqism Valley  Wonderful   Climbing   Field   Found   In  Jasper National P-ark  That the \Tonquin Valley district of  Jasper National Park offers one of the  best climbing fields of the entire Canadian    Rockies,     where     experienced  climbers    will    find    many    splendid  peaks worthy of their hest efforts, was "  the statement made to members of the  Winnipeg section of the Alpine Club  of Canada at a-recent meeting by Dr.  J. W. A. Hickson, of Montreal, president of the club.      Dr. Hickson spoko  on    the    1925    camp in the Southern  Rockies and urged that the 1926 annual   camp   be ' held'.-in''the' Tonqutn  Valley.      There, he said, the members  of the club would find such peaks as  Redoubt, Barbican, Turret and Geikie  awaiting  the  hardened  climbers,  and  there    also    -were-    many    unelimbed  peaks  awaiting   conquerors.      At  the  same time, there were many fairly easy  peaks which could be used for graduating climbs.      The Tbnquin Valley, he  explained,   was   easily   reached   from  the Canadian National Railway station  at Jasper in a one-day journey and on  arrival there the members would find  one of the best, if not the best, climbing    fields    in    the    entire    Canadian  Rockies.  The Westward Flow "  Vancouver hopes to .ship" 100,000,-  000 bushels of this year's erop. This  would about double the city's previous record in grain shipments. f$ix  years ago Vancouver was not shipping  a bushel of grain.  Other cities on the coast will participate in grain shipments as they  acquire the necessary facilities.  Thus has the Pana*uia Canal and  the awakening of the Orient changed the How of trade.���������Financial Post.  MAKE CARE OF  V  A Household Medicine.���������They that  are acquainted with the sterling properties of Dr. Thomas' Hclectrici Oil In  the treatment of many ailments would  not be without it ln the house. It is  truly a household medicine and as it  is effective in dealing with many ordinary complaints it is an inexpensive  medicine. So, keep it at hand; as the  call for it may come most unexpectedly.  Enjoyed the View  Ollleer (to couple in parked .'into).���������  "Don't you see that    sign,    'Fine    for  parking?' "  ���������Driver.���������"Yob, officer.      I see i_, and  heartily agree with It."  Baby's Own Tablets Are a Great .a-  Help to Mothers of Young  Children  Stomach disturbances and constipation are responsible for much of the  peevishness of babies. The modern  mother does not resort to so-called  soothing mixtures but corrects tho  trouble by sweetening the little stom- ~-  ach and giving a gentle laxative that  acts without griping. Such a remedy  is found iu Baby's Own Tablets, casy  to take and guaranteed to be free I'rpin..  opiates or narcotics.  Evei-y mothe-t" who tries Baby's Own  Tablets becomes enthusiastic about  them. Mrs. Oscar Auger. Holyoke,  .Mass, Says:���������"I have used Baby's Own  Tablets and think them a splendid  medicine for constipation and other  ailments which affect little ones. I  have no ' hesitation in recommending  them to othor mothers." Baby's Own  Tablets are ���������-���������old by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 centa. a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., BrocUvlllo,.  Ont. A little booklet, "Care of tho  Baby in Health .and Sickness*.," will bo  sent, free to any mother on request.  Minard's Liniment for Sore  Back.  Many Rural Phones  According to tho annual report of  the government telephone service,  there aro two rural telephone nub-  Bcriboi'tf to every urban sub,-��������� cribcr in  the province of Saskatchewan, n slt-  untlon which la found In only four  states in the United States.  Peru is trying to export egga to tho  United St.at>H In order to increase tho  price there, which' Is only .10* lo 12  cents a dozen.   * FOR  ofi ff^E*B|jfti_il2'E*23  Infantum"  MOTHERS SHOUM* USE  Hollo way "h Coin Remover 1 alios the  corn out. by the roots. Try it ruTd  prove it.  i-i iii  ley i  I! \ -. i  r,v ;i n hour he  ���������l������  out  ,1.1  SNEEZING*)  The  ydgti that you are ctitcli-"  ItHC   cold.       Heat,   und   iuhale  Minai-d'tt und Mop the cold.  jinnwiuMMiimmwwi ,<���������mm���������mawm nwmmiiiin , mwwmi  ���������  n*.  n.    r.  In* lieitnl ;������ i oniid that nuule evory  diop oi' Moot! -In Plot ilii'lll. lb,' wuh  i-lo.ie  t'f MeTa'.'"'i������rt'n  ciiiuii, and  what  ������ir  Mi:-  ���������onI   Into  a    111 lie   HUH Hi    Op"Jl   ..lid    I here   be   jul'.V  I Use   I'll  I  V I tOU:  ������blt  H'-lil*.  tiii-ottgh  :������   nuiMt  niiii'"  pantoiiiiiue.        h    iiiiin/.oit  ii ii i j  Why It Was Thin  Hu.sband.���������"Iho soup served at our  dinner lust night was very thin."  Mm. Swell on.���������"Yes, dear, that, wuh  ho that the guoHt.s could ������eo the bountiful monogram on our plates-."  "Why were yon no willing to none!  your wlfo back to licr old homo town  for a vlttlt?"  "Oh, T wanted her to koI a good  looli at lioni" of tlio men fdio could  have married."  Mlnard'-t    Liniment   for   Sprainr*   and  1:11 tHbC*  Thin vnluablo /preparation lias l^.cn  on tho market, for over M yeurH, nml  haa no equal for oftHOttinpf tlio voinit-  inK1- purging and iliurrhiwt of cholera,  infinitum.  Put up only by Tho T, Milburn Co.,  Idr-iiU'd, Toro������>*o, Out.  / J  w3__  ���������if  i  I  i  i W^R^'awff'GM^-L'-Tr'-"''.-^  2J0S   B&VXEW,   C0EtESTON8   B.   O,  N  r*Mie dealer-who _fe commends]  C!������l&  ���������.y'";:'.7:D:.F'orR7:_'-'--'".7^..  AtlZPURPOSES  'tt*iAll������S  OLD  LI HE NEW  SILVER  CREAM  THE CAPO POLISHES, LIMITED - HAMILTON  Providing  Fuel  For  Motors  Billions' of Dollars Are Spent Yearly  For Gasoline  Pew. people realize what it means  to provide fuel for* the millions of  automobiles in daily use. In 1900,  before metor car production was well  under way, the annual production ot  crude oil was 63,000,000 barrels. ,TMs  year it may surpass 1,000,000,000 barrels. In 1900 the gasoline production  was 7,000,000 barrels. This year it  will probably surpass 250,000,000 barrels. The investment in the oil Industry is now estimated at ?8,000,000,-  000, against about $1,000,000,000 fifteen  years ago. The United States alone  will this year proba"bly consume 7,000,-  000,000 gallons of gasoline, whichli at  20 cents per gallon would mean an expenditure of $1,400,000,000..���������Thrift  Magazine.  Formation of a steamship company,  which' will establish a new trans-Atlantic line, has been, authorized In  Dublin. A  Civilian Japanese airmen will undertake a flight from Japan to Hawaii  next year, according to the Japanese  language newspaper,  HawaiiTShiinpo.  Eight human skeletons unearthed  during excavations at St. John's Hospital, Lichfield, Staffs, England, 'are  believed to be more than 700 years  old.    7     ������������������"���������'.:;���������' vyy;:;-:'":y-'i::- ���������      >'"7-7 :'���������.���������;���������  Thomas ^Maloney, commandant of  the Irish Free State Air Force, was  killed in ,a flying accident at Curragh.  His machine crashed when he was flying low during an aviation tournament.  The Dublin, Ireland docks board is  seriously discussing fhe development  of Blacksod Bay as a trans-Atlantic  port. . It is urged that the voyage to  Cailada takes from, that point only  three and a half days.  A measure now is before the diet  which, if approved, will allow Japanese women to practise ' law in the  courts of the empire. The measure  is backed by the-women's suffrago  party.  Mrs. Louisa Mallandaine, one of 'the  oldest'pioneers in British Columbia, is  dead at Victoria in her 95tli year. She  reached Victoria from England in 1862  on the steamer Tynemouth as one ot  the cargo of sixty marriageable lasses  for which that vessel is noted in Brit-,  ish Columbia history. < She was then  Miss Townsend *  Honor For Young Poetess  Twelve-Year-Old  Gir!   Invited'io Join  English  Authors"  Society  Nathalia Crane��������� the 12-year-old poet  of Brooklyn, whose first hook of poems  "The Janitor's Boy," lias run into seven editions in New York and two in  England, has received an invitation  froni London, asking her to join the  Society of Authors, Playwrights and  Composers. *      .  Membership in this society,... an  honor that has. been conferred upon  few Americans even of more mature  years, comes fast upon the exhaustion  of the first edition of her-book in England after they had been on sale only  three weeks. .-.'������������������  The Right Way  to Boil Potatoes  Put the potatoes in an SMP  Enameled Potato Pot. Cover  with water. '��������� Add salt to  taste. Boil until aoki. When  finished, drain off all the  boiling water through the  strainer spout. No danger  of steam scalding the hands  becaij.se the handle securely  locks the cover on. If your  family ifses potatoes, you  require one of these.  ^r  Using Improper English  Warning Signs Placed Near Schools  Are Very U"grammatical  Any place is a bad place for improper English, but there could scarcely bo  a worse place than in the vicinity of  the schools. Yet we- find adjacent  lo many schools' all over the country,  road signs that are shockingly un-  grammatical; says Editor Dehholm, of  the Blenheim, Ont.. News-Trijnine,  who is considerable of a-globe-trotter.  One does not need to go very far, he  points out, to see neatly painted warning signs "School���������Go Slow." .While  outdoors this impropriety stares the  students in the face as they go to and  from school, indoors they are taught  that the expression is wrong, and to  be correct-they must say, "Go Slowly."  The use of-correct English in public  places should be absolutely adhered  to, and in the matter of-placing signs  or correcting them, if brevity is desirable, the Blenheim paper recommends  "School Zone," or another often used  in Great Britain, "School���������Caution."  Cutioira  lalcui  9 g} w cooanq  Z..JJ        and  ^J^/   refreshing  shavio.  Men -who have tender, sensitive skins,  easily irritated by  shaving,wiil find Co.-.  ticuraPreparations ideal.  The new freely-lathering  Cuticura Soap Shaving Stick permits  shaving twice daily "without 5-rita-  tdon off the skin. Cuticura Talcum,  aii antiseptic powder, is soothing  and cooling to the most ten der skin.  Braids EtA Fiea bjr Mall. Adabwsa Canadisa  Depot; SteDbBOMB. Ltd. Heatzad." Price, Soap  SBc Ointment 25 mad SOe. Talcum SSc  Catieara Sharing Stick 2Sc  tfMIMMWWWMMMMMaMHMMMaHaMnHnHMPW      i   , I  ���������   ���������   ���������  ���������  Enameled  I Potato Pots  h  A'WVWVWW*l|-tW<*li*^"l^>*A/W^^*i  OUR CROSSWORD PUZZLE  Plan Forest Reserve  With a view to establishing a Dominion forest leserve comprising several thousand acres in the clay beh*  at Mile 142, Hudson's Bay Railway,  survey work is being carried out. It  is reported the proposal will include  not only conservation of what timber  stands in^the reserve, but also a system of reforestation through experimentation In grbwing new timber,  such as jack pine, cedar and hemlock.  RHEUMATIC PEOPLE  CAN NOW FIND RELIEF  Saxons  H?rom ScTtool Teaclier  To CSreat ISmincMCC  A young man who was brought up on  a farm Jn Western Pennsylvania studied  diligently nnd qualified for district school  teacher. Further put-flulng his studies and  teaching, he managed to save up enough  money to put him thru medical college.  .AIter'the Civil War, lie began the practice  ������-f medicine in the new oil aection of Pa.,  and often rode hot-sol* ack thru the woods  to reach ami relieve those who were seriously ill. He waa a Mi.dci.t_of nature,  knew and could L*a*������lly rcco^aizc n^-st ol  the medicinal plants growing in the woods.  Later, he moved tn HulTafo.N.Y. where  he launched his favorite remedies, and, in  ���������i n.iort time, tliey were sold hy every drtij_;-  {X'tt^i in the _.'uui. Tumi-ty, the u.tuic ui this  innn, Dr. It. V. Pierce, i.i known throughout the world. IIin Golden Medical Discovery is the h--Ht known blood medicine  ami tonic. More than fifty million bottles  have heen Hold, If your dm (mist does noi  xell the "' Dineovery," in liquid or tablets,  {'on can ohrnln a trial [>kg. of the tablet-;  ������y   uending*   10c to Dr. ^Plerce'a   Branch  |_.uboratuiy lu tirldgcburg, Gnt,  _**���������-*������������������������������������" "������������������ - -   i-    ���������       ".   -     'I!   i- in.���������im. -T-Li���������i.'niiii-i ITM-T- -i���������in���������-���������ii-- - - --r������������������ -"  "A".     NT.    V.     15(17  Tailored Details and Plaits Contribute  To Sports Types  The "channel" plait, furnishing fullness to the plain silhouette, brings tho  straight-line tailored frock Into  even  greater popularity.      The    jabot    has  many delightful ways of unexpectedly  appearing    on    all    sorts of daytime  dresses, and on this distinctive model  Is the dominating adornment.      It is  here made of crepe-do-chine' matching  the becoming collar and slightly flared  cuffs.      Tho upper section o( the frock  displays tho moulded   fancy, and  tho  back extends over the shoulder a little below tho    shoulder-line    forming  a yoke to which is sowed the slightly  gathered    front.        Tho    long,    tight  sleeves are a pleasing feature, and buttons trim the front oponlng.     Any woman looking for a straight frock will  bo delighted with this pattern.    Sizes  36, 3S. 10. -12 and 44 inches bust.    Size  38 bust. requires   5   yards   of 86-Inch,  or 3% yards of 54-inch material. Price  20 cents.  Our Fashion Book. Illustrating tho  newest nnd most practical stylos, will  bo of interest to every homo dressmaker. .Price of tho hook 10 cents  the copy.  By Driving the  Poisonous Acid  From the System  Rheumatism attacks people when  the blood is thin and watery, or charged with impurities, thus setting up inflammation of the muscles and joints.  Cold, wet weather or sharp winds may  start the pains, but the cause is rooted in the blood and to get relief it)-:  must be treated through the blood. As  a blood builder and nerve tonic Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills are unsurpassed,  and for that reason do not fall to give  relief to rheumatic sufferers when giv-  'en a fair trial. Among the rheumatic sufferers who have proved the  great value "of this medicine is Mrs.  Simeon J. Tatton, Indian Head, Sask.,  who says:���������"'For over two years I w,as  an intense sufferer from, rheumatism  and until I began the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills no treatment that I  took helped me any. Th<\ trouble  grew so bad that I could not move  around the house without help, and  finally I had to give up and go to bed.  Words canmt tell how much I suffered,.,and I coald not bear to have anyone come near me. Finally one of  my neighbors strongly urged nie to try  Dr. William--' Pink Pills, and I decided  to do so. In the course of a few  weeks I could feel an improvement,  und I was able to get up. I kept on  taking tho pills until all-traces of the  trouble were gone, and I could again do  my housework, feeling like a new person. Three years havo passed since  that and there has never boon the  slightest return of the trouble, so that  I feel safe in saying that tho rollel  brought by this medicine Is -permanent."  Vou can get tho pills from your  druggist, or by mail nt 50 cents a box  from Tho Dr. Williams* Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Horizontal  -Godly.  -Becomes engaged to  marry.  ���������Get up.  A child   (Scotch).  ���������Girl's name.  ���������Let go.  Bow.  Drive out.  Dog.  1-  6-  14-  15-  16-  17-  19-  20-  21-  23���������Sick  24���������Inspirations.  29���������Staff of office  (pi.).  30���������Turkish governor.  31���������Geometrical figure.  33���������Writing tablet.  34���������Thus.  35���������Species  of  flowering  shrub. ...*  36���������A playing card.  39���������Printer's unit.  40���������Possessive pronoun.  41-���������Yes.  42���������Beast of burden,  43���������Healing ointment.  46���������To prink again.  48���������That is (abbr.).  4D���������Firearm.  51���������Form of football,  52���������-Reclined.  I 54���������Cover *with tar again.  56���������The ones here.  57���������A unit.  58���������Girl's name.  60���������Because.  61���������--Vigor.  62���������Women's club.  67���������Girl's name.  68���������Make Into law.  70���������Worship.  71���������"Varieties of gypsum.  72���������Part of an egg (pi.).  Vertical  1���������Small pieces.  2t���������Anger.  3���������Lubricate.  4���������Employ.  5���������Ocean.  6���������At right angles to a  vessel's keel.  7���������Musical note.  8���������Fussy.  9���������Smoothed.  10���������Mountains   in   South i 63  ! IS���������S o u t h e r n       state  (abbr.).  22���������Short sleep.  25���������A "goddess.  26���������Eagle.  27���������Full of life.  28���������Building material.  32���������-Printers' units.  34���������Hunt.  36���������-Station.  37���������Approaches.  3S���������Puts into words.  41���������Affirmative mouth.  44���������Exact to the letter.  45���������Kind    of    restaurant *"  (colloqu)-   -  47���������Cpoling agent.  49���������Sign of the zodiac.  50-  America.  11���������An animal.  .12���������Anciint Roman magistrate.  13���������Sorrowfully.  Pester.  52���������lounges.  53���������A terminal of a battery.  54���������Split.  55���������Recuperates.  59���������Negative of.  -Beam of light.  64���������Poem.  65���������Musical ngte.  66���������-Weary.  69���������Civil        engineer  (abbr.).  Answer T������ Las! Week's Puzzle  How To Order Patterns  Address���������Winnipeg 'Newspaper Union,  17& McDermot Ave., Winnipeg  Pattern No , ._**"������������ .,,������-.  i *** # * * * i  -  ������H-. ���������������   %-*   *������-���������*������������������  ���������>*#������������������  **������������������ M  *   ft ������- ������M������ 4  ' *"��������������� ���������  IH* ��������� ���������*-���������������������  - <t *������<��������� *  * ���������������*���������-������  i  ^ own.*. #*������������������*��������� ,##N> #i#..*���������*���������*������_������#������*  Province-.������; ������  wm ������ -M������|  .<���������������������    v.    *������  W -WW   ��������������� Ww*-_������i W<* +JM atav* *J-4 Jfc*������ ni  earofully)  Telephone service nt .Tonosboro,  Ind., was put out of sorvlco r/icently  when bathing girls used the ttiTophono  wires us linos for their wet bathing  suits.  IKIDNEY  AtV,       ���������'      .     ���������'*"      :','.���������   .-.���������'<      ���������" ������������������-'.' '     '  Kipling's Digestion Good  The kiwi is the Avinglcss. long-hilled  New Zealand bird which is supposed  to be a diminutive cousin of tlu- extinct ntoa. Its flesh resembles a combination of strings, cement, and oil.  Rudyard Kipling, in conversation with  a New 7-ealander, recently confessed  that lie had eaten, or had helped to eat,  a kiwi when he visited that overseas  dominion '"down under." The fact  that Mr. Kipling survived the meal is  a trlbuto to his digestive powers.  Toi  KTbTiex  2B thepRS  Lat'fle Meteor Falls, In North Dakota  A large moteor crashed to the earth  north of Stou**- Falls, N.D., i-yploditif.  as it struck. Pieces were gathered  for scientific study. .Exact i������Izo or  tho Begin ont could not bo determined  nlnco the \-IoIont evoloslon scattered  pieces oyer a largo area. No damage was reported. Tho city water J  works     Is    neiir     the  spot whore the;  meteor   full,   but   v.1 a.".   ur.tm-.r"h*ni\ \  a_  ���������' " i  "My dear  Mrs.  Croecuw, may I put  your tiumu down  for tickets to  Prof.  Pundit'u  course  of lectures  on Budd-  Ihiu?" said tho club chairman.  ."By   all   moans*.       You  know   how  passionately   fond   I  am  of   flowers:"  rot tl lod   tlm  .T-tlit-r   woman,  v.tv  much  compliment :-d.  wnplasome cigi-jing kbi resning.  ���������    RELIABLE ORGANS FOR CHURCH    ���������  OR HOME  sss UP  Convenient T<erm������   Arr.-_naec)  Send   tor   Illustrated   Cataloa  *niE**JAJW|f * "f A IMre&SOMSCO  iu. ������ \ MM>mj������m*Mjr~&JL k.kaLu*4UT������D  145 VON3E ST.. TORONTO, ONT.  OVttd MAI.I-' A OaNTtUftV nei-UVJIVIOMI  UR. LaC uLalinU O LivetiiKiaNev-i  mniAM ui0!*mt*������mi.������, i*i>um. np������������ ������i.. tancntrHr,*-.  9n. L������GLE"RC*S rov. AN^EM'A  W*W������ AMD  ���������KLIJ.Mt.it IPO* Hl.ir.l jLlt.VaiKltl  ...     ._._ vc������_IBTj4_L"  '  *���������������������*! IENT V% VUm.  VtUt*  la  ���������&������&������*><{   ������������.  ��������� rmtoraa * 4   WWII  n.,m.  0J.WW AMD   ���������ILI.������t-������.al  0*].LE0LEI8ffS  Caltt   Wr Ik* !ts������ CJMM4M*.  ���������������������������   f mf-iwrnr Waa* r-a  I" a������a>r  mU������J3 _1. t O tn.ni tl. ruroM rnr.K.,1 utoino.tlrt  ri, ajMULWAj. tint-J. ���������������������������������* Vh-hk Cut  'il li'iTiriiTI'i'llill  ^������rx^-W^xx'~. i-, KljOJ -*. ."������ J*i/WM*'W WlPVaT* )-a*  *?_# Ji ^^>-a.-Jfc\������.i;  _S_..iS5-ii.*_^.5 ^'^W*^*^^t^V-^,^--*������r^pi^������rj:lv*.^*-.,  THE   CBBSTOK  REVIEW  r  AIvtf&jf& &&oeff������������������snasi  Q&ssd MSI ytrgsym  Creston ts still having mild but very 1  ni-i.i-sT- n;a������t.h_>_a     g0 far December has  end   of   the  cloudy weather. .  been about the gloomiest  year   ever    experienced  rain and no frost.  locally.   No  We have a full line of  Flour, Feed, Hay ancl Grain  also  Sugar, Salt, Nails   and Groceries  always in stock.  QUALITY and PRICE GUARANTEED.  This is your business;   support it!  Greston Valley Co-operative Assn.  CRESTON  ERICKSON  Cows Fob Sale���������A few milch cows,  one just freshened.���������F.Smith, Creston.  CATTL*_ ESTRAY  Game to my place about December  1st, red and white animal, IS months  old, white spots on forehead a,nd left  shoulder. Owner can have same on  proving property and paying costs of  keep. etc.    H, YOUNG, Canyon.  Anglican Church Services  Local and Personal  SUNDAY,  DEC.  CRESTON  13  8.00and II a.m.  7.30 p.m.  Pianos Fob, Sale���������Two of them -.  one a player.���������-H.S.McCreath.Creston.  Traps Fob Saxk���������About 3. dozen  traps, assorted, going cheap.���������Alex.  Mirubelli, Creston.   ������������������'-������������������  R. Lamont was a business visitor In  Nelson a couple of days this week,  leaving on Tuesday.  For Sale or Tb.ai>e-���������Chevrolet  engine in good running order. Write  Box 27, Review Office. '.;-..'  Cows For Sale���������Two fresh milch  cows,-also a purebred Holstnin bull.  C- E. Taplin, Canyon,  Poundkeeper Hend^bad few bidders  at his sale of impounded horses, which  was adjourned to Saturday, his aged  steed boarder going at 31, and the colt  bringing only $5.  The prevailing mild weather is just  to the liking of,.i. ,vv. Robinson, who  is making headway-aith  the  erection  of a commodious new residence on his  ranch next the E. C. Gibbs place.  The am-unl mec-ting nf rh.e Woroen's  Missionary Society ofthe Presbyterian.  Church will be held at the home of  Mrs. Henderson on Tuesday' afternoon, December 15th, at 3 o'clock.  . V.- ,.   7.7'  Geese For .Sale���������Some of theni a  year old and good breeders. Anyone  Wanting one -should get busy as they  are all in the fattening pen. Order  yonrs for Chsisimas.���������E. Nougnier.  Canyon.   _-' .-',A  A number of Creston friends were  at the depot on Sunday to see'Mrs.-'G.  M. Argue of Nelson who, with tier  -young son, were eastbonnd -passengers  for a three months' visit at her home  in Toronto.  Mr. and Mrs. O. Johnson of "Wetas-  kiwin. Alberta, who are 'returning  from a trip to the coast, spent a*few  d������rys here this week with their old  friend, J. P. Cook, leaving .for. home  on Wednesday.  G. P. Horsley of the Nakusp Power  & Light Oonipnny,is expected to visit  Creston within the week, .'and the  electric light cc-muiittee hope to have  something definite to report in this  connection before the month is out.  The United Church Ladies* Aid  remind nf tlieir usual Christin-is . sale  of work, conking ard candy, along  with afternocin tea, ,t������������ be held in the  church b-tsetnent-on 'the afternoon of  Satuaday,, Decetnbei 19th. .from 3-to 5  o'clock. "        -   - ������������������ " ���������'' 7" ' ��������� ��������� -'  a "        _,"  Now that trie Hustlers Ttixis Square  of the Un ited Church i*s occupying its  own quarters in the church basement  the boys aie preparing to fit it up as a  real Tuxis home, and this matter w,-is  the .-feature of the session on Friday  night last.  -> C.P.R. freight trains are carrying ah  unusually large nuniber of free passengers this month. A few days ago 47  of these tourists were counted at Sir  dar awaiting the departure of east and  west freights. The movement is  largely due to the milder climate ..at  the coast.  .Rev. A. AppeU,. who recently  arrived from Australia to become resident minister ofthe Lutheran churches  at Creston, Duck Creek and Kitchener,  with Mrs. Appelt and family, are now  nicelv settled in their home in one of  the r\ H. Jackson cottages on Grand-  view Heights.  niB uiii  -*- ._. i  Solved  y  Order Christmas Cards al once.  ORESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE V  GEO. BE. JSZEtJLX  Atwater - Kent  "FORD**  Mechanical Autos  An exact reproduction of Ford cars  perfect in every detail, black  enamel finish, imitation rubber  tires, facsitnilie Ford radiators.  long running springs, each with  driver, will run straight or in  cirle, each car in box, 6 in. long.  Sedan, Touring,   Coupe,  Roadster.  Celluloid Kewpie Dolls  15 and 30c.  Artificial Flowers; .Roses  Carnation, Chrysanthemum  V. MAWSON  CRESTON.  C O. Rodgers was a business visitor  in   Nelson   a    few    days   this  t %veek,  returning on Thursday. .>���������"-  Fob. SAliE���������At Cook's greenhouse, a  nice collection of Ferns and Pot  Plantsysuitable for Christmas.  For Sale���������Cow with three months'  old calf. Also round ��������� solid-oak table.  Mrs. Floreuee Bathie,   Wynndel.  C. H. Robinson; who has been  cashier at the Bank of Commerce for  the past year, left on Wednesday for  Vancouver, to which he has been  I rarisfei red to the he-id office staff.  He is replaced at Creston by Ms*.  I Marsden, of Grand Forks branch.  don't claim half as  much ,as you will  after yov have owned  Hat For- Sale���������A  stacks of hay on the  Farm for sale. Apply  Canyon.        ���������  number of  Reclamation  to   C.  Blair,  The deer shooting season closes at  sundown on Tuesday next. This  year's take of venison is much smaller  than last season.  OGILVIE Goods are dependable  Mrs.   S.   M. ' Beaton    of Paynton,  Sask., arrived  on   Tuesday to "spend  the    Christmas    vacation with   hor  mother, Mrs. H. Truscott.  Mrs. (Rev.) Daily arrived from the  coast on Wednesday to join her IIiih-  banrl, who is at present in charge.of  Creston Preshyterian church.  Lost���������On November 2-lth, between  Ei-icki-on and Kitchener, man's leather  coat, short length. Reward to tinder  on leaving sain*) at Review Office.  j For Sale���������Flooring and Drop Sid-  I ing at reduced prices. Also a quantity  , of No. 2 boards ancl shiplap. Wynndel  j Box & Lumber Co., Ltd., Wynndel.  I     The  Girls' Guild   of Christ  Church  | invile all to their tea and  sale of work  at the P.-irish Hull   on   Saturday after  noon,   December  12th,   from 2 to 6.30  o'clock.  Christ Church Ladies' Guild had   a  very generous patronage at the bazaar  t and tea on Saturday afternoon   at the,  5 Parish  Hall,   the   cash   intake   being  about $100.  The United Church extends an  invitation., to all to attend the reopening services oh Sunday night,  December 13fch, at 7.30, ut which R*-v.  B. C. .Fifeii-an of.'Cranb.rp.b.k..:-vr.ill be  the speaker.. Recent eritargenients  have increased the seating capacity  about Ojqe-third.  Rev. "__". A. Robinson, evangelist,  with Miss Grnnert, pianist, will.  appear at the United Church to night  (Friday) at 8 o'clock. The speaker  conducted a two weeks campaign  under Methodist- Preshyterian auspices  in Oreston about two years ago when  he made a host of friends who, will  welcome another opportunity of hearing   him. '-*;.:  The hoard of trade session on Tuesday night was largely taken up with a  very practical talk on the Arrow  Creek irrigation system given by  Engineer McCullongh,���������", who gave tint  some guarded inf urination on the  strength of the field work h*= has jnst  completed on the project. He was a  guest of the hoard hy invitation of  Chairman Adlard of the irrigation  committee.  If you are interested 5n. the purchase of a Radio Set drop, in and  see  these   maollines.    ATWATER KENT   Radio - Sets  represent   the   achievement   of    possibly    the   biggest  concern in the radio fi^ld. / ' ' ._  y  CHEVROLET MOTOR OARS AND  ' TRUCKS  AGENTS  McI*AUGHLIN-BUj-OK  CARS  Meeting the demand for Lower Prices and Providing  Variety of Choice Never Equalled Before in these  CSIkAC  made with  A     *-!      u     9 O        jt  Ogilvie s Best  Standard Oatmeal  are delicious.  WE HAVE TT TN  24-lb. BACKS,  1^1  ������*fBl     J^%   mJmT 4Pt������   mmmf^tm   t^lmm    -C^  f^^^ 1*-^    wmm       mm*  mmm^mmi     ^j*-~^| ^~I       _""*"   wm     P*".   a-fci^l*-_"  iiiGaiuiiijnciiBiig!������iiin  PRICES FOR SEASON 1925-26  Man's Season Tickets, eaoh���������.$5.00  Ladies" Season Tickets, each���������- 4.00  Children, under 1.5 years  3.00  S'mvilh Afh.iiftaioni -Mow     25������  ���������Ladies.     15c  Family Tickets���������Special  rufres  on application.  Special Xmas. Offer  In order to ������nnk"* t-hiH healthful  wjvort. -"f/rtH-ibb'* to. ov-ryono the  Nkuting     ttlnk    iyointoltt^x-     Iwih  ri.-i'iib-ii t^i o(t*-i" h HPK^lA^M\'i^i)K  en .HKAHON TWKfffVB up lo anil  ificluiling I>*������f_eiivlj������-r "M. tn* foltovvuu  AD-ULT special pilto Season Ticket,$3,00  C[il!da6iiSQaclalpriceSBasoi,Tl6kfl1,. 2,DO  Uinii'i* tfl yiiiij'H,  TIf'fCKTH  ON  -BALM   at,   Hni-ftrn*  t-IMtl'tJ     ILJIIJ      It,     ������.,    ������J)i,������ll|j|(!/1       I ^j | Df.f.   4J j-  Urmtii  Ihn niMnagi'r, f'red WayloLt.  KoepiiiR qualities up to the high Htandard you expect to buy���������-soiling Christmas Goods cheap and  at prices yan can affofd to pay���������featuring many bargain prices in'utteful and appropriate  ,   Rift things   from every department  of the store   and demonatrating anew  the fact  that it  moans time and money saved bo'do your Christmas buying at Speers.  We strongly advise all to make selections early���������while stocks are at their best.  'I  Christmas Gloves  and Handkerchiefs  all representing unusual values.  Men'8 Christinas Hosiery  Men'a Dress Gloves  Men's Dress Shoes���������Oxfords and Bals  in Tan and Brown;  latest lasts  Men's Suspenders, Garters, Arm Bands  Felt Slippers, Scarfs, Dress Shirts  Large assortment of Silk and Knit Ties  Wm. Rogers *6k Son Silver Plate  Onarantet-il to give utitibfaction without time limit.  Good  Things in Groceries  SOB  Dry Goods  Groceries  Stuffed Olives, per bottle-.....���������.$   45c  Choice Navel Oranges, doz-      50c  Jap Orungcs, box ������������������������-.������-���������--    1.00  Mixed Nuts, 3 lbs, fcwr.~_ -<   1.00  Choice Mixed Cdindy, lb���������-    35c  Almond Paste, tin i-���������������r���������������������������    40c  Pufted RaisinsS 2 lty_.-���������>-    35c  Sultana Raisins, 3-Ib- pk-gs-.-    65c  Candied Cherries, lb -. ^    60c  Smyrna Figs, lb    40c  Table Cluster Raisins, pkg-.-50 & 60c  Furniture  M

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