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Array ������>J_*  iri*  7*-  h*f>S-  *\  ***���������*���������*_  "���������������'****  /  -5W28  "���������    -  .ft  ���������  tt.  I  -J*  ** A  #*y  I  /  f  f  -   \  {  1  t  ���������  -   I  _  ���������i  <���������  .  Fsffrcifrai -Hunter of the .Srewar  6chQ*&"4?_83 a -Oreston visitor da-Saturday.  The fiZcCafoe B.&- B crew, which ha  been *^BpkIn|: hear ��������� Kitchener for the  past &M& "weeks,   is  back again  at  Sirdar, ssndf busy on repair work to the-  t-reafcte o������ the coal cbtite.  ,-BlDcw end Mra. North, both of whom  There was quite a goody turnout  the schoolhouse  on  Saturday   night  -.-,-���������. -       j whew Col. Fired "Ulster, M.PIP., spoke.  hav������ l^ptt^eaiek list, are awjunddevi|t|        tt   Bfetention   chiefly   to  _*._ JSendersoto waSdown. ton| ^WiS* a* work of the -1025 Session  ������***' .~* +*._.  legislature.,   crinclpai   -5"~"-  agaia.  cjreswMts'yoEi. ** prujCTglo_s������������.m   ���������������stt  Tuead^.tftking charge of some yaccln*  attbn  " Mr^AadJfiirs.* Lpasby  were  victors  with fife, and Mrs. McLaren: fit ������i������eg.  ton o������S*\������i4ay a_d Saturday,, . .-    ^.  ^TIm older residents 6������ Sirdairywere  shocsed w heatti&.-tSie ^al^k-ib-Ke^  Yjprk CSty earlier in the iridntb of Jbh������  Bareieftn, .a well known. 'Ow^' line  conductor,   who   wAs" pensioned _ "Ind  KWW  V_.i.������������...  w ^������iwwa  - nvuv ww.  three years ago.1"* He  for a, ahbrt  stay  prior  Florida aad-Califorhia for  ������_ !������������*_.���������-_--  in the east  to  going  to  the* winter.  Although news of the death at  Creston on Tuesday of Charles Alfred  Fransen tame as no surprise, still his  pat*"sini*ffi~ none the less regretted at  Sirdar, where he"7had" the position of  section foremast from 1993 till 1914, at  which tltne he was transferred to  Mbyte*. Hei-was 52 years of age and  leayfes-a, widow and" one daughter to  mbu-Hfr hit* -Remise. The funeral- is  today sad many front Sirdar are go  ibg to Creston to pay a last tribute of  respect to an old f*iend.  of the  hammer occupied the chair.  XLOlf  hist  for the   annt  meetiog of ChwQt Church,;|fjhii0h  &____%  cocg^^at������o|M-*S  just left to take u|������ new' work-in this  -.���������_s_v_ _^_e *___.._____������_s_r i"^L  !������������������������ ������ou vm, ^ijuiajiacjr, ������*_.  fri... .   w������������? vtnoci   ���������������_-._  The .Ladies* Community Clnb are  arranging for a dance in aid of the hall  funds to take place at the schbolbouae  about, the middle of February.  * Jim" ^m. " - 1 r  ;~0eq. .Davie was a Kitchener visitor  on Saturday night, where he naanipu-  tated the drums in   the   dance   music  furnished by the Alice Siding orches  tra.  0���������*3H.������__. ���������_.  OUIIVU  Ji"  -..TV*   H*mmw&  ...  ^ ir.   ������������teja 9 ������*g  short business visit at Nelson;  i,     ���������*" -    ���������" V, - ^   ������-������������������������������  r A sleighing party of 'about half a,  dozen operating on the Parkin hill  had an  uncomfortable experience on  a generously fillt^puree to the retiring Jf^tori "Rev. ._&^"#arley, ^Wttct^fei-fe: Wednesday night Jast when the -sled  ������.._,������ in������^7^. i���������������=_^">^r___./-' ������������������;__,_ "----^-������������������giadean exceptionally fine*.jrttn out* on  tc ths slough" sb which the See gave  way and "the sledders got a ducking  up almost to their ears. * * **  Miss Rita Strong leaves, this week  for Kelson where she is to make a few  weeks* visit with MrsrWetberhea^  There was a good turnout of tbe  lovers of dancing at the --hop" itr the  schoolhouse on Friday night for the  benefit of tbe community ball, tbe  ladies''club handling the affaite with  the assistance of Hoy Browell. who  officiated as master of ceremonies.  The music was by Mrs. Pochin and  Miss Idly Cook, pianists, and  Bond, violin. The supper was of very  high order, and the affair** netted the  club funds about $22.  Wight  !������-������  The most pretentions Burns*  1" tnai Creston Valley has had lb at least  a dozen years was staged at the Can*  yon schoolhouse on Monday night, by  ' They-Eatberin^^iss presidedjwer hy  Rev., Mr: parley** ^ho opened proceedings with a mten������nf his work ih the  different congregations in the parish.  Figures submitted Jfey him showed that  the'attendance^ Sunday services bad  been welf aJosan^aJHl, whilst the. number of members Wfcing communion  'during tho ypar Constituted a record  for Christ Oburchty  The financialA _6itlement submitted  by J. W. ^tHrollfcoQ, treasurer, sbowed  that notwithstanding a heavier expenditure during 1925^ tlian .in the previous  year,.all obligations���������" had heen fully  xnet and a lai^pBlr bjalance carried fpi>  ward'than ha4 ylo^j the case at,tho  prevjkiua annuar mea-tlng.' The feature  of the��������� i^^rtTi*f*wftiaie open offering***  which weire the latest in tbecongre>|  gatioa*shistd|-y.   "?���������,  For theebureh Jwork Chas. Murr-.ll  ^^"* I reported, for the SundayXschool, which  jp"rea i -������ enj0^ng a veiy^atisfactory attend  ance. Misui' Beth^ Putnam for the  Junior Guild, and,Mrs. Murrell for the  Ladies* Guild* had satisfactory reports  to present, ai*-?Mrs. Thurston's report  Commissioners Elected  TTesterday was., election  day  for  lict  -" irill_____r-A    an-f V-������^M������af_nn_.    and    fr.hf*  i     r  tthe " village of yCreeton, and the  electorsr have chosen H. S. McCreath, F* H, Jackson and Geo.  Johnson to serve as cont-ussionero  foi^-stbe next two years. In a field  of four candidates' the voting w������i>;  ^'    McCreath ,_^ "B&     i  *-   Jackson .:_.__.���������:. ,   85  -   Johnson ' ^ WW  Mallandaine^^ '. 30  -a" S"  07 votes were cast out Of atotal of  '133 on the list.  --X*--. ���������"   -<!������������������������������������ i.ii.i^-.u** ,������������������<-.���������������������������-���������>���������__  Mrs,1* H������ ���������3������ ttunn, who is now living  5frMnisitaba_.,-*as3d. haa been - visiti_g  friends in Moyie, came here-bo, Monday and is a guest of Mr. and Mrs, Bk  Joblnsbn _a.fc*the Kitefeeber HoteL _  A* C. McMillan of the North West  Xiife Assurance Company, is a business  Visitor here, arriving on Monday.  Syrielle Senesael, who has"' "been  working in Yahk, and,had his ankle  sprained a few days .ago. Is here in his  new home while recovering.  "i-Cmer Geroux waa a Cranbrook  visitor on Tnesday^jrasturning here the  foBnwingday. * "      -  ,, A dance was held in Hunt's Hall oa  Saturday, night, under Baseball Club  auspices, /which a reasonably good  sized- crowd "attended." Alice Siding  orchestra supplied the music, xpaking  the trip herein a cutter as an auto can  hardly make the run now on aceount  of. deep snow. * *,  -* i tbe local  ^ot^,":������bly 7j_s^sisted by   a  erects of * ^������?������^^|^^������^|w^^.^ ^mT-'e^t^^ %WM9*  on the Eriekson Ssstday School, wui^a.  she supervises,'V^v creditable. "With  a few exception^ l|lafi& year'a  officials,  ���������> JohnHtuecrott ,-is-  'j=.;triT'*-������  ^-itb  the   ^, rT$gi% ^rhhsh" Im, hopeS'f-p  ,-!���������.-  I *%5 ������a?���������_.'^r_a^ ���������.   -*^������_-^     aj__5~i -      -,  he o^-Jijiying^arSyiythe spring.  ' iiiva'-i*_d-'^^|Ms:i-H|. *-'W^ J_>ow ,.we*-e  visiters hart on Sunday last, guest^ of  Mwi George Jacks.'  ^Fraak"*Baker.. who hasjbeen at his  ranch here* for some time past, left at  the end ofthe week for Calgary, Alta.,  * i  New be-gifmers will be. received _ at  the lister school commencing Monday.  February let, when it is hoped all  children of school-age will report for  commencement.  Mr. Jasid SSvsf. F. *N. Tho-H������p50i������ wam  at home to lister friends on Saturday  night, when they entertained at court  whist, tbe prize scores .being made by  Mrs. ^r^Bit Powers and" Andrew Sinclair, wj^lfe the consolation trophies  were caphulfed by Mrs. Malthouse and  Mr. Jenk** Refreshments were served  at the clbSs of play and the affair was  v������ry union enjoyed by all the guests.  Severn! from here were at the dunce  atthe Huscroft school- onv Saturday  nic-ht-. for which the " musio was  furdlshed by Mr. Bunke, and all report  a very fine time, ^.  .     '  Harry* Wodderburn, Who'1 has  been  working at Kitchener; since his return  / from tbe prairie- late   In   the   fall,   ia  spending a few ..days at his ranch ut  Ltator,    ,"-���������"._.  -liister vocalists are now to be heard  oven the radio. Oiie of the artists un  fche Spokane broadcast one night lust  week, Wfis Mrn. ,E. J* Jobn*ton, ja  fornacr resident of . Llfltetvs,^whose  Scotch songs came' in splendidly. Mrs.  Johnston h as been taking, vocal training In that city -t������d her voice computes  favorably with many of the artists  .. huaiU ou Llie^iu- ihrnti ,,,iw������_j1������0oa._       . '��������� ������������������'   '  Sam liiaachuk has bad bio first luck  of the trapping scnifion, getting a  coyote one morning last week,  , Tho preliminary ordt-r for stumping  powder was' sent In by Socretary  Thompson of the  TT.F.* on  tho 26th.  Ntia������_sUk?ii caaWii. will  wu.l.v' up"the- jDr&t  shipment.  7a i a . '   '' *> - .   , ��������� ������������������ v  Borne of lhe t|rowuup������ and some of  the boy fidouts were at Canyon on  Monday jfor the ������������������NWht wl* Burn***  which, was put on Iw capital fashion hy  the Seotw of Canyon and Oreston. AH  that wai mls-tlng was tho hagglnt  ^������8ter^-T.Tfaife affair y waerstaged in t.he  schoolhouse aQ^d due to-the unavofd  able* iibsence . of Dr. Henderson ihe  chair was takehby W._G, Littlejoj-h.  The past and present glories of Scotland were" told in story,*- song and  instrumental music. ' including "two  rousing pipe numbers by Piper Ross,'  whose effort was, attractively supplemented by Geo. Davie on the, drums.  -In a programme that was so uniform  ly excellent it is out of the question to  enumerate the best numbers, because  V -:-^__^*9^������ *^^i^%^-^t-������-5tr^L'Watsosi  were re elec*__ed aa follows-.  v_ c- -  .Frank Palmer got away on Thursday ]ast on & business -trip .to- Seattle.  i*Feilks:tfrom Eriekson Zw'ho were~at  *he Burns Might at Canyon on Monday evenings report a very" satisfactory  thne, the af-fair  winding,. up  with  a  couple o? hours.? dAticis*!. *'  l    The Whirlwind C|ub %ave  oto Friday," February' 12th,   for  next whist  . iZaSA j������* t"N_    W������'*.,  .mm*...^  fmf'L^mm^g.^H&t^i  *^������ ?&?^3&&s*t?.<..  man. 4 -*T-' -  *   Treasurer*^. W; JSamllton.  Ajjditoir-^W, S.- Watson.    *l  *-8idesmen���������Major Mallandaine,7W_  B.   McAlpine,   O. B.   Twiggy J.   W;  Hacbiltori.   C. "Dennis," G. Bulk  ���������Twiggy Mrs. Hamilton.  Mf^all^cffi^W^SS^^r10^-  ^r^ary,   T.  R.   Mawson*  Monday night, .with a, fair turnout of  the?hajB"? holders.*   The, new boai*d of  Mjr^dil^^^ls.made up asfdllofws:   Preei-  denVt^^"������IEtVT?ce-presiden^^       R.  _The    presentation    of    the    purs*  followed a vote of appreciation .of the  rector's   work   moved 'by  Mesdamea .     .*_ ������   i_.    -  Thurston   and   Spratt.   when  Major jw*rf������* the *"**������ bw8ine8S'  Mallandaine in practical and appropri  ate terms tecounted - the  almost  five  the-r were alt best.    Everyone enjoyed  yeaI>s of Bervice in the parish by Rev.  the quartette, -*I_ad who jicnsBorn *&[&,. Valley, and-wished   him   every  ttyie," oy tar. ami  dirs. vt. travie ana  Messrs. Bntenmn and Hsrhack, and*  the two recitations, -"Broken Bowl"  aud "Tarn o" Shaiiter," by Mra. McRobb, while W. Fraser of Creston wsj.  roundly applauded at the conclusion of  bisfliterary number, "'The Cotte-rs*  Saturday Hlght." Well tendered vocol  numbers were given by Geo. Davie,  who favored with "The Maid o' Dun  dee'*; John Hall of Eriekson rendered  ���������-Blue Bonnets** and "Land o* Leul"-*  Jim Batefnan's songs were "Hume o*  Mine*' nn<l)-'My Aii������ I"V>ik,"; whilst Will  Truscotbhad to come thrpugh with  four . Har^ b*������fo**e  th'frrcrpwd would 4^iet down. Thesje  were done in costume and certainly  caught the fancy of the. crowd. T. R*  Mawson shared~the!bnmorist honors  with Mr2 Truscott with his interpret  tation of '-Johnny with the Big  Boot*.*" Mr. Harback con ti I bated  "Burns and Scotland Yot" and ���������*Woio  Hoose Ann-itig the Heather." Mr. opd  Mrs. I>avie enlivened proceedings with  ^n aecordeon and piano duett, and  another likable number was the piano,  violin and drums combination by Mrs.  Davie, T. MawsbV and Mr. Davlel  "������^;pl^n*^,orth^ \7Ctvo 2_i*i*.'  Diivis and Miss Jeanno Hall. Aftor  the concert theire was a couple hours  dunclng with! Hoy Telford Jn charge,  ana a. very��������� '-flne.'yeuppor'yprpvlde-i ,by  W. Fraser of;. the drestSoh f~nkery.  Tho proceeds bf the oyonltig were  about $37, which goes to the Boy  Stout work. , .,.,,"  and dance.  y &on.   Lidgate,   of  Creston,' waa __*>   -  between-trains visitor on Tliurs^ay^ "  .' BnsTH-^-On January ,20th, _ at St.  Bugene Hospital, Cranbrook,'to Mr.  and Mrs. "Oraer Geroux, a daughter*  The.B & B gang that has beenmak-  ing repairs io the CM*.R. protection  piljog. near j here, finished the joboa  Saturday and have returned to Sirdar.  EL W. Webster, the Swift Company  traveller, was a -usinesa visitor here "  on-Saturday. -.-- c ^  Bev. d. Herdcoan of Creston took  IJnited Church service riere ou Monday  ; night, and quite a crowd attended.  L_.'Frit-Molander, r*w-ho wotks for the  decide(tl Putnam.-Palmer & Staples, Ltd., eame  Saturday night for, tbey dance,  ish *%l*toOT CSropany delegatioB.  '������&������$fa%*it1&-''i.  which  will be  ���������**"-"=���������i Putnam  JJf4lnon S  ^^1-ifcea.u  _f������i������d^JI ������__! ___������2__. ���������.-���������'  -H,; Young. J. M; Craigie,' -Chas.  Moore and W. G. Littiejohn. -, A very  ���������atiafactoty    report    was   presented  mOeath of Charles A.Fransen  success in his new fleldtof labor.  Before adjournnteut the usual votes  of thanks were tendered the organist,  the Sunday School and Guild workers,  ahd the church officers generally,}  Rev, C. H. Newby ot Edgewood, the  new rector is expected to take charge  on February 14th, and a reception is to  be' tendered him in .the. bv.lt on  February 12th.  i^vntms brought  tuerc:  MSIco  The children are early to school and  late getting home these dfiysr. 'The  sledding on the school hill is dandy.  Gordon dmith was a business  visiter at Moyie a few days last week,  returning oh. Thursday.- Things have  not begun to hum th'ere? as.yet,""  Alice Siding Musical "Party orchestra was at Kitchener on Saturday  night, playing for a dance in Hunt's  ��������� BttW.'    ...      ��������� ... '  '  W. Parkin lost his Work horse  day last  week..    Tlie    animal  J.  one  At  the  breeders*  meeting or  Atosoclatlon  Lister  atocK  on   Tuesday  Fob. Sai.k���������25 choice White Leghorn yearlings, name blood line as my  Dopiinlon leaders in R.O.P. Price  KJO. High production oookerel with  this pen.   D. Bradley, Creston.  H.4TFobSAJCjES-r-Good-iuallty alfal-  fa hay, will deliver In Oreston, Brick-  mm or Canvosri fot- CtWl v^.' t4*>o. AfikO  Gold Coin iMitatoes, A gtmle. $2.*>0 per  stack.   John Garfield, Creston.  mmmm.  GRAND THEATRE  Saturday, JAN.  3D  Tlw' Greatest Love Story  ,..*.,, ������ve* Toial    '.'.���������"  'Captain  REGTTLAK PEICES  mi   reiser irom  many 'months   of  suffering from * an  acute attack   of  dropsy  on  Tnesday  afternoon when Gharles Alfred Fransen   passed    away    at   his   home   at  Creston.   Deceased, who was 52 years  of age. was a native of Sweden, 'coming to Canada when a youth of about  17 years, and on. his arrival in weatern  Canada secured employment with the  Canadian Pacific Rnilway, iS99 seeing  him in chqrge of  a  section ^ crew at  Golden, in   which  year  also   he waa  mWried; his bride having arrived from  Sweden about; .������'��������� year  previoiiB.   He  continued to work on   the  main; line  until 100*3, when he was transferred to  Sirdar, where be was section fgreman  until 1014, when he was transferred to  Moyie and remained there- until 1021,  when he moved  again,  this  time to  Kitchener.'at which point' he'-:re9ided  until   Muy,    1025.   Iropuirod    health  neqefesitated quitting work In ihe fall  of 1024, and in May, 1925, he sechred a  residence iin Creaton, where ho i-esided  Up till Uie time of his doroiae.   He his  survived    by    his    widow,   and  one  duughtcr, Mrs. Hulburfc of Mooeejaw*-  Sask.,  and  two  sisters,   resident at  Curlew, "Wash.,   and   Portvlng*, "Wis.  On tho whale Cmnbrook division It la  doubtful Iff there was a  more  likable  employee of the railway company, his  cftlolonoy and ability to  handle  men  giving hlra an enviable standing with  hta employers, and  gaining  him  the  lasting friendship of all with whom ho  came In 'eontact, 'this ��������� latter  qHallty  being  strikingly   evidenced    in   the  expressions of  sympathy i-ecelved liy  Mrs. Frdusen from1" the st-verol points  at which deceased   has  been lbieated,  and In their   bereavoment  thoao wlio  are left to mourn have the very (sincere-  sympathy of a wide ci������*ele of ft-Jewd**.  The funeral will take place today at 2  |f������lllAi,     JUTMNIA        *UmMWi       &,' lm'X?<m.*\J W������fc*t* Il ������������*������rf    VMMKVM*  with interment In Creator,   cemetery  in*j"  ision 2, was at her home afc Creston a*  the weekead, returning on Sunday.  Dan McDonald has returned to  Yahk, to resume his job as inspector  of ties. . <���������  The Sash "k Door Company is going  strong on the log haul, getting in ae'  high as 100,000 feet some days.   They  expect to have the mill running early  this season.  S. Senesael and Mrs. Carl Anderson  made the trip to Creaton by-cutter oft.  Tuesday. FSd. Millar and' Kob-Ren-  strom were business visitors at Crest-  cm on Monday.  Gordon Burns returned from  Cranbrook on Wednesday, and Is at work  loading cars of poets for  the  Contin  ental Lumber & Pole Company.  "W. Rankin, tie inspector here, spent  the weekend with his family in Gran-  brooi:.       s^    *  ."EL. W. Thomas made the tr*n to  Creston on Thursday, returning on  Frieay. While there he enjoyed a  good skate.  Kitchener business, men ore now  busy laying in summer supply of Ice.,  whilst the sleighing permits, Thooe  hauling from the Sash & Door Company dam are Harry Redmiie, hauling  for B. Johnson;. A. Ragdtte and'Mtr. '  Hamilton, hauling for P. D. Thomas;  A. Howard and D. M. Kee.  Geo. Begs, bush foreman fcr Putnam, Palmer -Se Staples, Ltd., came Up  for ������,: Sunday visit with Kltehonrr  friends.  Continental Lumber & Pole Company are busy hauling posts from the  M7 Ranch, and Bush's Camp. They  have started shipping to prairie points.  Mr-reel Senesael came un from Yahk  on Saturday, where he is employed,  on a visit with his brother, and while  here took in the dance. He went back  on Sundsy.  Hugh Simpaon, who -works on  the  BatkB crew,   etayed   over  Saturday  and waa also a  guest at  the dance*  He left for Sirdar on Sunday.  Norman  Strpng,   Ilex  Millar.   Ed.  Hcnstrom and ������few otheta were up  from Strong**" camp on Saturday to  attend the dance. Also Frank Romano,  _,������*-���������      ������*.���������������  ������4w������     flm.m.1.  ������I.(1 *'|iV������������  Campbell from Hunt's camp.  /'J THE    REVIEW,   CRESTON,   B.    CL  ^1  fflilM-  (A:-AA AAAZ^FQ&iAxlk kkfAAi  H EAD*CH _yB m 0 UmtSS  kmkiinm^^MH:ZkM&  'iil'DN^SpyEflyyy  m^AA������R-GW?\'l<iAAAAm  Propose  Long  Flight  Euj*ope    to    South    America   "By    Air  Route  Is  Now  Planned  Still another attempt is to be made  to-fly from Europe to-South America  -without stopping*. Commander Franco,  brother of 'Col. Franco, leader of the  Spanish Foreign Legion in Morocco,  propdses to start next February on a  flight from~ Seville tb Brazil. His only  stop will be at the Cape Verde Islands,  where he will take on a sufficient  quantity of fuel to carry him across  the Atlantic.  How He Discovered  Best Constipation Relief  *  SOU OF  fames Oliv<!r Ci  gurwffiaj  A LOVK EPIC OF THE FAS* HOfifTH  Copyright,-1917, by Doubleday,   Page   &   Co.  "BAREE, SON OF KAZAN." a Vitagraph Picture. With Wolf, the War Dos.  is an Adaptation of This Story  SYNOPSIS  With the'coming ofthe tonic-filled  days and nights of the Red Moon, a  change came over Baree. Nepeese,  the trapper's daughter, had made a  pet of him, but Baree was half wolf  and at the call of the wolves he'fled,  to join his cwn, as Pierrot, the trapper, had predicted. "Go, Baree," Nepeese enjoined him. "But you must  come back." Baree" entered the  woods ancl joined Maheegum, a young  seconds later 'a caribou bitrst through  and flashed across an open not mere  than twenty yards from where ihey  stood. They could hear its swift  panting as it disappeared. And then  ca.me.the pack.  *        *.   .->  At sight of those swiftly mo-ving  gray bodies Baree's heart leaped for  an instant into his throat. ITe for*  got Maheegun, and that she  had run  at the very edge of the bank. Undermined by the erosion ���������of they spring"  floods, a section of this bank suddenly  gave way, and with it went Baree and  half the pack. In. a flash Baree  thongbifybf"' the' water and the'escaping  caribou,.?1 For a^bare instant the cave-  in hadyset .him.'free of the pack, "and  Iii that*apacd" he gave a single leap  over the gray hacks ol* hi^-enemies  injto the .deep water of the stream.  Close behind him half a dozen jaws  snapped slvat on empty air. As it'had  saved .the caribou, so this strip of  water, shimmering in the glow of the  moon and stars had saved Baree.  The stream was no*t more than- a  hundred feet in width, hut it' cost  Baree close to a losing struggle to get  across_jt.      Until he dragged himself  she-wolf,   who   also   was   seeking  the' away from him.      The moou and the  pack,  wolves.  DH5mtJ������i.  The ears of both were attuned j stars >-***cnt out of existence for him  sounds  from  the  He Qo longer sensed the chill ~f the  snow under his feet. He was wolf���������  all wolf. With the warm scent of Lhe  caribou in his nostrils, and the pSLssiou  ������o kill sweeping through liim like fire,  darted-after the pack:  Mr!   Joseph   F.   GIus  of Brooklyn,  N. Y., writes "In the past 20 years'*  I have . been , constantly troubled -with  constipation.     Every   remedy   I   tried  Tjvould work O.K.'%for a -while���������but  "soon failed. The only remedy I have  been able to use steadily with good  results have been Carter's'Little Liver  Pills. I doh't guess when I take them  ���������I know I'm going to feel relieved.*  ' 2i������ at all- druggists.  Fai* Sore Throat  Stub throat anil check  W'iSs. '*"faioi'������ev5S**5**tSh  *������rm )1(D-J������.. .Itjs  doubla direct action  (!_-ahaI������dkt)0 aihaortMdk  brioff* welcome *ell������������  W VAP������������*%u*a  4r  city health department.- Safetyrfirst  features in the mattey. of safe practices, guarding .b"f 'machines .and sup-*  posed dangerous placesj-ie a matter ot  importance with each officer and special Instructtions are issued in-connection with.,, same. . A large mes's room  is supplied on the ground for the .use  of the men, which is divided into sections, being reserved - for men -who  purchase fcheir dinner complete, cafe-  ^ ^;^*;^������Poplt^.Bta������re/-Uie extent Uria system also proviaed) di^ng  of his injuries was not impressed upon rooms are subdivided for "smokers and  him fully. One hind leg, for the time, non-smokers. A means1 of heating  was ufoeiess; his forward left shoulder] tea and other food brought In by-employees is also    provided..    -The*   em-  was laid open to the bone; hi$ head  and body were torn and cut; and as he  dragged himself slowly away from the  stream, the trail he left in the snow  was a red path of blood. lt trickled  from his panting jaws, between which  his tongue was bleeding; it ran down  his legs an'l flanks and ��������� belly, and it  with the others in that lower rim ot dripped from his oars, one of which  the hors'-shae as one of the leading was slit clean for two inches a& though  wolves made' a. lunge for the young j cut with a knife. His instincts were  bull's ham-string. lt was a clean dazed, his perception'of things' cloud-  m'iss.s A second wolf dartcd-in. And ed as if by a veil drawn close over his  'this one alf-o missed. I eyes.  ployees have an" up-to-date library,  containing over 4,000 volumes, - comprising the latest books, together with  latest papers, magazines and periodicals. A large room for readilig and  library purposes Is provided * by the  company and all expense incidental to  the library proper is met by the company. N  a���������������������������_������������������amm..������������������_������������.��������� .   .       I      i        ijj.���������_���������__._______.. ,  - ��������� ~ y   v ;  CHAPTER  XVII.���������Continued.  The  snow grew deeper under their  feet.���������   In the open spaces they waded 77.  through it to their knees, and,.it continued  to  fall  in a  vast-white  cloud  that descended steadily out^of tlie sky.  It was near'midnight when it stopped.  The clouds  drifted away from  under  the stars and the moon, ahd for a long  time Baree and .-Maheegun - stood without moving) looking down    from    the  bald crest of a ridge upon a- wonderful world. .....,.:;      ..���������."*  An hour after they entered the_.plain  there,, came suddenly out of the west  the tonguing of the wolf pack.      It was  not far distant, probably not more than  a mile along tlie foot of^ the ridge, and  "the sharp, quick yapping that followed the first outburst was evidence that  the ioffg-fanged hunters had   .put-   up  sudden    game     ,a     caribou  or  young  . moose, and were close at its heels.    At  the voice of her-own people Maheegun  laid her ears   close to  her head  and  was off like an* arrow from a bow. .  The    unexpectedness    of her movement  and  thQ   swiftness  of her  fight       "At  sight   of  those   Swiftly   moving  put Baree well behind her in the race-gray    bodies     Baree's     heart    "leaped  over   the  plain.      She    was    running: for ain -instant into his throat."  '   blindlv,  favored-bv luck.      For an in-! y " '"'.  '���������' terval of perhaps    five    minutes    the j     lt was.rfs if Baree had belonged to  pack were so near to their game that \ U*������  Pack  always.      He had  joined  il;  they   mad.*   no   sound,   and   the   chase.] natural"fr as   other  stray, wolves, bad  swung lull into the face of Maheegun  and Baree.      The latter was not haif -i  dozen lengths behind tho young wolf j/1101* as Maheegun had given him in  when a era* him? in the brush direct-! the ������1>en" aml n0 ^stility. 7 He be-  lv ahead stopped ihom so sharply tflat! ,OB������0<1 *"'Uh thc*<- -SH.ra- ^vi,ft-fodte\l  thr-v tor..- up th.-- snow with their brac-j out1ilws of Uu" old f tresis, and'his own  .pt>u; jaws  snapped   and  his blood  ran  hoc  ! as the smell'of the caribou grew heav-  i.ior, and iho sound of its crashing body  | nearer.  j     11   -seemed  lo hiih  thoy were -almo'st  ' at his heel when ihey swept into ah  open plain, a stretch of barren without  a lit*.* or a shrub, brilliant' in. the light  i or  iht������  star ���������   and  moon.      Across  its  unbroken    enrpet.    of    mow spfd the  caribou  a  spare hundred  yards  ahead  of  ihe  pack.       Now   the  two   leading  humors no longer    followed    directly  in tin/ trull, bur. shot out  ut ah angle,  o/ie. io tin* light and the other to Unlet!   at the  pursued,    and    like    woll-  5     soldiers  There was no time for others to  take their place. From the broken  end of the horseshoe Baree heard the  caribou's heavy plunge into water.  When Baree joined the pack, a maddened, mouth-frpthing, snarling horde,  Napamoo&v the young bull, was well  Jout In'the. river.*and swimming steadily foi*, Hidopposite shore. .,.. .7.  - '-Tlie '���������'��������� restless * movements. v,o������. the  waters' ceased now. A . Stew- and  wondeiing interest hold them rigid.  Fangs closed sharply. A little in  the open Ilar.ee saw Maheegbn, with  a big gray wolf standing hear her. He  -went to her .again, and this time she  remained with"flattened ears until he  was sniffing her neck. And ,then,  with a vicious cnarl. she snapped at  him. Jler teeth sank deep in the  soft flesh-^pf his shoulder, and at -the  unexpectedness and pain of her attack, he let out a yelp. The next instant the big gray wolf was at him  (To be continued)  C.P.R. Weston Shops  Building      Covers-   160     Acres     and  .-..-'--I PropertyyRepresents investment ������y  ���������A: - ������������������AA'x.-k: of $8,000*000 71  -7'Tlit*.7 Toting: ^tl'sy Section^of-the  Winnipeg .Board ,iof Trade (Were; the  Quests of: the -.Canadian .Pacific _RaIl  way at- an informal luncheon recentlyi  at-w which an opportunity was given  those in attendance to see through the  Weston shops?. _.  The construction of these shops was  commenced, in August, 1903, and completed July, 1905, representing an investment of $8,000,000. The property-  appropriated tor shop purposes was  320 acres, tijid lf>0 Jiqres ������.re actually  at the presant time being used for  shop purposes. " The plant consists  of 13 different shop buildings and one  central stoTa or supply- building. There  ia   35   miles     of     service,     industrial  Wf pan*"*- w *"_������#������??.  W& Keeps EYES*  Keeps  Clear, Bright and Beautiful  WHteMuHneCo.,Chlcago,fotETcCateBc5<j-t  tracks   and   paved   roadways   used in ty^,  Again   caught   unexpectedly.   Baree i conjunction    with    transportation    of  .    . .,,    ,, ,..,    ,    ��������� .    .: material and supplies.      The ma chin-  went   down   with   the  wolfs   fangs   at, ery  equlpm-cnt   ^nsIstg   o������  3^79   ma.  his throat.      But in him was the blood '  tr-y t.oi't." up tni'.'  ed lo:-'*'--'-' and squat haunches.  TO EXPECTANT  MOTHERS  of Kazan, the flesh and bone aud &inew  ot Kazan, and for the first time in his  life he fought as Kazan foufelit on tiistt  terrible day at ihe top of the aSiin Rock.  That fight, if it had been fair, would  have  been a"victory, for Baree, even  in    his "-youth and inexperience.      In.  'fairness the pack should*..have waited;  'it'was-a law of the pack io."wait-p-nn-  itrorie was done for.y TBut Bat-ee was  joined irfrbm ou:t7ofHlie bu^hf there! blacfc^' lie. was7a' stranger,   a(n  iiiter-  hfld  been  no ostentation, no welcome.j l?I-er,  a  craatui-eywliom  they, noticed.  now in a inoinent when their blood  was hot witli. the r-ag-3: ahiVdisappointment of killers who-had liiissed |heir  I>rey; A "sacohd wolf" sprang in, strlk-  Ing Baree treacherously y from the  flank; and while he wa(3.in tho,.snpw,  his jaws crashing .the,".foreleg: of, his  first foe, the pack���������..'w.a.HJon" liim cja  masse. '   .,..���������'������������������"... 1 ���������>.  5  carl  chines, -163 electric motors, represent  IMPROVE YOUR POSITION IN UF������  "We instruct ii*i the following subjecta:  ,;COMM-3Rqii-_I_u���������Shorthand, Txpewrl t-  Ing. Bookkeeping, Secretarial, Accountancy, -" Commercial Jaavy. * Comptometer.  Dicta.phone. Listing Machine. Saleaman-  -*hlp. Commercial Art, design. Fdshloa  DrawliUK. -  ENGJNrRERWG.���������"Eloctrlqal, lVtfechani-  ral.' - Steam, Itef rlseratlon. - Chemistry.  Surveyj-iijr. Architecture. .Civil En������jineer-  Itir. Automobile Kt-elneerfnj-r. ���������JNTInln-r ~!a-  ���������plreertns:. Radio. Teleitraphy. Prinlnns.  Public, High School &. University Subjects  LANGUAGES.���������English, French/ I^tln,  Orcck.   Qermarv.   Spanish   and   Italian.  The Unified Technical Sc������wols,^L."i_i.  Largest ana best equipped' private  Commercial & Engineering. College la  Canada. ---   ,  Corner   Portao**   <"*-  *Lana-"**"e.   "Winnipeg.  g������m  AIL PURPOSES  i *-.  Letter from Mrs. Ayars Tells  How Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  Helped Her  ing a total horsepower of G,300, boiler  power plant generating 2,5^0 h.p. consuming daily 250,b00 gallons of water.  There-are 32- miles of water, steam and  oil'and air pipes i used in connection  with. tlie. .utilities,���������-..,.-and... the... average ,  number of men employed is 2,500. T!he|  coa3 cohsurited each daiy'during winter .  months -averages'^5 ton.- The mbntfi-:-  ly payroll amounts-"to -$2507u00.00.  The ..principal . buildings: consist of  a general store, building {cawying a,  stock of material represontirig $1,225,-'  000, With an annua,! turnover of iS.OOO,"  :000v '"The iron -foundry,- with- a cap.,  aclty: of '400. tons, is at present turning  out 1.00, tons j per month. In conjunc*  .lion.wi.th the foundry there is a mocl-  xerri. pattern slipp in- which all patterns  are liia'nufactureiV'and'stored, holding  patients to the value of .?75,000.00.  Tiro-,locomotive shop litis a. capacity  in output of 36 locomotives per month,  and in. addition., contributes to the  finishing of manufactured- material to  the amount oC $125,000.00 -each month.  Such .tn attack on the young darl- i The blacksmith and forge shop is Jiept  V.ou bull would have meant death in   up-to-date -In the, matter of machinery  mass production, and is fully equipped  fWAKES  Ot������* LIKE 9*eW**   "* "/ '   *  British Military Shoe Polish  Gold Leaf Shoe Dressing  THE CAPO POLISHES; tlW_!T_-> - HA-HU.TON  LXSMOBi  mm rhuits  whimper   or    a    cry���������came from him  tiro cari '-now in tin* horror and hopelos.sne.sF* of  *iura1inKi*t ��������������������� i  have    ended in another  .vvilHy.  wiih   (lenrlly  piwi.slon, 1 l,i-11* nii,1",e ���������mt*  Iho strugKhl .jot been  IkkI   i'ui*nied  a itoi'He.siioi  t!i������r-  i  Sprinpr Valley.  Ra**k. ���������"I   took   the!       .      . ... ,. .        ...  Vegetable Compound before my last ��������� '���������'iUIJ'"5 ?*>Mte��������� ^^' T>u������.*k spin in  f-onnnement, when 1 got to feehnjj so ; hul. ������.��������������������������� and spri.'ad.out l*.*in-Khnpe In.the  badly that. I could not sleep nights, my t nna) c-harg'-  back ached so  across my hips   and I       .,,, '        lrf      f |ho ,,      {r     .  could hardly do my worlc during the day. \   t      ,        _ _   . ,_.,,.  I never had such an cany confinement ��������� ah<.-:ul   und   closed  inf until  .ihe  head  and this is my sixth baby.   1 read about ' ir,- wr.> running abreast  o  Lydia  E.  Pinkham's   Vegetable  Com- \ h<m   wIlll ,iltv orsl^ty feet .--eiinratln-.. I ������������������- ���������������������������  pound in the ' I* armor s J eleg^rnm   and. ; ., ,. ,, ;   .     ���������,. , ,,   ,.  I     tj    would  wrote you for crm ������-f your books.    We^ll,������>,n Ii'miu llm pui-HUed..   '1 bus, .ulroil-.     U    "would  hnve no druggist in nur town, hut I saw ��������� ly and  your kjHiiilAiiif u, T. KuUrti'ti caLiIu^ut,'. ' ||^.  ^u  1/ma,fnrKT'S*wifr;8''l}U7:,ai^k,?Si ������lon of ian������.H from which there Wih  of work to do insido and  outside tho ' .    ,.. > ���������  . ��������� _  house.    My baby is a nice healthy Kirl, ' but    on.<    ������:oui*hc    ol     flight -strnlf.hi '  who weighed nine  iMJunds at birth.    I 1 ahead.  nm feclih������ fine after jjuttin-; in rt large !     j,.,,.,,.,.   ().in   iOU)1���������   h-u   Jiliu,r   iu   lh(.  crarden  since baby came.    (She is as    , ,        ...      . 1 ._     .   ......  Jood na ahe can be )    Yours ia the best    1"*"''   ,11J1   "'   ,1,,f   I������������'*������*-hI'������������S  ^   '"������<  medicine   for women,  and   I  have told j he  wim   -'airly   will in   llie   rear when  about itft'i/l even written to my friei.da, } {\it. rimmx eauie.      Tin* plain  itiuib* u  uhi.ui.   V."       "T.',4    Axi.u:   11.   A vat:.-,  , huUi,���������)1  ,ik,,,      ,mi'ai������hi  aheiMi   was Un- ���������  JWorinur Vol lev. ^nsk- , , ,      '  I.ydia E. iSnkbam'ri Ve^otablc Com- ; Wi-am    ")     -v-n.-r-   wtilrr    i-liiuiu-.-i-li.K ;  fiovind is an excellent meoicine for ex- \ nofily  in   the  siiu������low,  find   l.h������* nlxht  pectant mother**, and nhould" he taken  dnrinpr the enfirr. pfirJod.    It has apren-  erareli'ncttontrenprthen and tone up the  entire   system   no that it may worlc in  every respect  nn nature  intends.    All  dru^mls* soil thia dependable medicine.  Give it *" trial. c  less than a mmu*"e.- Kvei'jL, fang  would lia-'O found its "li0*Wl y-- Ilaree, by  the fortunate cireumsi.i-i.nc" that lie  was under his first two assailants and  .protected by their l)odies,wa*j saved  from being torn Instantly inlo pieces.  Tie knew ih.*.it lie waa fighting for his  llVe. Over him lhe horde or heiists  rolled and twisted and ��������� snijvlod; he  I'elt tlv- burning, r'rtiii of' .IcHli 'finking Into his ilosh; ho was j-imithered;,  a liundroil luiives soemed. cuTllng hlni  Into     piece,i;     yet     no  sound"-~-ri6t  a  '*mV$48j  jMothec'a Cb^Ks1" iixva  "oltiay-'/Go-; Qttfcklj*  She Cannot afford to becick  'and neglect her   hobwhold  r:     .   . .  -.41.1    S������  toms she prepares she *A^oy  ' for quick  recovery4 by- the  immediate use ,of}Gray's,  cjs..-: Syruip-~a liousehold  prcparjnibn ;'.o'f- .tbdy  ears stanaing.  *  .  Mo1h*r alWirya buye  '  \U. L nro*> * I ���������������  VV  ry  ir.u i  of it  si-ni  a tli.fil ^i<*.U   i<t.iirt  of blood ;  ihiou^i;   th'-   rarlliou'ti   bur/.UnK   lu'iii'1-]  Foriv   ������.feefidH  would   f'-JI   iho   idor*-  i  forty   jierottilM  or a.  l������*������f   npurt   for  life, j  of ji final  treiicndmiM #'ffori  lo --Hcapo j  ������,,   -I, ������.., j.,,,      (r������.      Ma,.      ���������<lali|a>a>      Jkavlll   I  ol* th-'M' n������f������i:jeiilH, and h������- forged uhead  with  dies  Uhd jigs,      The  frog shop,  from -ii  small   beginning  as   11 repair  shop only, has developed to-such pro-  portloiifi,, thatv all  fi'ogs^ new . and - repaired,   requijled   for,  use on western  IfricSf are" how handled  ii* thi.** plant.  The east and west coach shops, with  a  capacity of r������0 general  repair.-,  por  month, aro worked at their peak dur-,  ing tho .m on tha. of November to May,  giving, employ ment to a large numbov  of iradiia-iin-'-n.-'.   The wood mill ls mod-';  em  ln every respect nnd in  addition  to taking care of the requirements; ih  the loco .shop,'manufacture-, material  rind    parts    required in the repnlr ol'i  cans and locomotives,  taking care  ol  flic 1 eri'H oi*y he. far west as Moose Jaw  and oust, to Fort William,     The boilev  Hi top nl" (his plant is the largest of Its  kind  in tho Dominion, devoted exclu*  Hly-'ly  to boiler building-nnd repairs.  Fivl^liL car  and   sU*ol   oiir   shop,',   tu-i;  cniiable of rebuilding and putting into  sctyico fiO fra>iglit cars per day,      The  timd'ov,-   wheel    nnd ..work '-equipment  shop is the mosI, modern of the plant.  ���������Oust Iron  freight wlu-obi    and    kUm.'.  tlrod  conclL wheels are ass fin bled   In  thiK shop and the capacity Is "125 pair  cant Iron and lid pair stoel  tired per  |-day. ��������� ,  Tlu- company and its uUlcers, by  thclr-personal Interest, encoiirhge rill  HUgi-estloim off'-rod I'm1 the welfare of  Its employee-Ma -The W������>ston ahop.si  Ki'oundrt and Hr.rr<mndlng������ arn kept-In  perfect condition nnd dining lhe mun-  niei' hum son. arc beautified by having n  largo number of flower bed*, and plots  laid out. In th** different,-parts ol* thn  F-rouml, lu which tho fini-st flowers-aro  fr������.f������������������'r.  hikI lc������������p|  In  i������ood  orili-r.       f-"rtiil'  lary  atniiiKementH get  i-p������-i-.*tal  atteii.'  tloii und "*ve inspected s<*t*nl:taty by the  iCbok's;.:R!eguliating CpmpouqtT|  A srtle, ncilnl-le, r^RulfltliiK  mcdlclne.tor Wiimrn,'-"5<>l.tfin  lhff*������lrl\irr-vor ���������lffni>ll>'i*|--.(t,l',,^V; |  'NiV.Z.'Sai'No.'"*.''S''������!,"i"R61.l b'j>''-������!l  (Ir.liK^|,Vl..i.oi,.}!..J_!.|.������,e|!!>I..L!>J.T._lCSJtijjJ '  a_K*fX.l^������IWBj" W.a*ll>la,ai,,G I W.mm.mm.l4mw  ������M������.,XS.rfllltB4J������l".l������,t(l^,Wi"^l>We.������ai������  -_.'.    ,|l|'l,'H'lall.'lia|l  .Iini l',ala-IH. Mrili.ii.i   ^,^,  r^-������r?-'*rrT',----^,,rr  THI   NHW   PRENOH   IICMEOY.  THERj&gjONNo. 1  THERAPION No.2  *ou������������"nvi,>tAi>iH'icni-MJ*T!i,riiici'i������ Rurj,r,xNri.ai  UM.IL.hCl.KIIU Mttal. <Jal,l lM>r.l������U-U. UJ.N.V.'.U,a.UJ,aJi.a.  or Mall������1.1 O from W. V i*r������.T ST. 1*..Tok->H 10. On*  m^mmmmmm440mmmmm44fmmmmm4m^mmmmmmmmfmmmmmmmmt^m0mmmm^^  ^1  "^2 s ���������  ���������v  #  THE   &EVIEW;: XmESTOK,. B.    C.  *!!.  Akkk v,7< ^British Farm Bpys^;  ;" - *    '���������''', -*���������  * -J.*        - n* ������a^MM*.^a   -      *C        'I.    V i     y  Approximately. Four"Hundred Regiotorr  ��������� v *���������eid For Training In Alberta.  <**-Three  contingents  of British, farm  boya are coming from, various asilcul-  tairai^dlstrl-cts-, of England to Alberta  for further training."    Two parties of  twenty are already at tlte "schoolB of  Vermilion and ' Olda, and  another at  Claresholm..   With ih.^ addition. of the.  newcomers,  the  registration  of Brit-,  ish-farm boya iu Alberta, wiii number  approximately four hundred. .   '.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  "TL  ..T1I& ."world's best: Hair tint.  Will" re^or������. ^a.jN-'halr to its  -natural .colqr'Jri^clS  minutes.  Small   "Size tJiSao.- by  mall  '      D6ubl������ SSks ^iSOyby  mall  The W. T. Pembsr Stores Limited  >Hone ill. 2274-R   **-12fl *_onge~St.  /.-.TORONTO. PIMTARJP /  'Gives Good Advice  Agony OLLumbago  .  Quickly Soothed Away  - i������     tax       ������������*\ -1  2>y   nerviline  The French na^vy department- plans,  an ait5" expedition .to thev-North Pple  next spring,-to include a. flight *fj;om  "the Pole to New York."   v'    "  ;  In an interview, J. J. Gibbons, Toronto, -advertising ^n*an, suggests, that  Western Canada* farmers form a Tlour  *- -"ft  pool.        7 '        f .,    ���������*   .   .  A 7-passenger/ twin-engine flying  boat, claimed to revolutionize forest  fire fighting -methbds-.r-iaHo.be-iised-in  Manitoba. , t.Z ������...   -  -^      -  Contracts for nearly1100,000 tons of  coal for delivery- to Chliiese enterprises have been signed "by the commissariat of foreign tradb sat Moscow.  There -will he no "provincial election  in Ma"nitoba_in',1926,< Prem'ijer Bracken announces, hi3 intention being to  carVy on. for, the ������ull. terrru  Clarence Sutherland Campbell, B.A.,  an Edmonton man, has been awarded  the Alberta Rhodes Scholarship for  1925.  , "       -  - <  A new comet between the.8th and  9th - magnitudes,    appearing   . in    the-  "Hunting "Dog" constellation,"has been  - discovered  by* 'Professor   '.Van    Bies-  broeck, University of- Chicago.  A White_������Kouse guard at the time  cf Abraham "Lincoln's assassination,  chief of army scouts under** General  Custer and a friend of Buffalo Bill,  Peter Becker, 83, _is .dead at ,Colorado  Springs.        .7   ;..:���������'\*it\t A.  An entire cross-channel plane "was  chartered at'^dndpny to "carry jl , sick  man who could" not, lend tire I tlie7 possible shock of a railway and steamer  trip. Special ;shock-abspr������ers" were  introduced ahd* thef trlpomade in, sa.fety.  For the ������harp, piercing pain .of Lumbago, and the. tormenting aches of  Rheumatism, no liniihent^is so efficient,-so quick" to bring comfort'and  relief as-good old "NervilWe." This  wonderful liniment penetrates through  the tissues ve**1* "uickl-"- sinks at once  "to the core of the' pain, draws Jthe  blood from the" congested area, and  thereify relieves the. pain in-a short  time. Those who suffer .from stiff  joints, swellings and Rheumatic conditions shoaia use Nerviline, the King  of Pain destroyers. Get Nerviline today, 35c, at -all. deadens.  _, * ���������*���������  Anticipate Good Season For Trappe-ra  According to advice from Port. Simpson, f nearly 1,000 miles north of Ed-  mt>nton,-the indications are for a good  fur year.' Lynx and fox- are numer3  ous, -whll-s marten and beavej- are well  up to the average.  #5*pillvJV*4j  r>" &^t*J%H&m \  ii  PURE RICH BLOOD  MEANS ���������00D HEALTH  CHeap^at of all ' Oils.--^Co1iside,rJn&  "the qualities of Dr.v- _"*ho^g^&* Eclectric  Oil it is the cheapest*_f all Reparations offered, to ..the public.. " 'It is to  be found ixZe\ery drug'stoVe ln\Ca.*i-  ada ,from .coast ,to coast .and- all country merchants keep"* It,for -sale'. So,  being easily procurable and extremely  moderate* In price, no one 'should be  -vithout a bottle of.lt.   "  Doctor:   "I  suppose,  Mrs.  Johnson,  that you have given the medicine .ac-1 g������^ha-������^  cording to directions.*';^      '        .  Mrs. Johnson: "Well,, doctah, t done  raah bes*. You said give Sam qiieo'  dese head pills three"tli^es'"a day ontil  gone," but I done run out o' pills yls-  tadday an' ho hain't *?on."' yit:*"  Mra. Annie E. Perry  .-I -'i ���������������������������/, i'.i    7. Z���������.���������*"r,j_e-J"jr'Sttim:b"."''.'  ,Windsor, .: Qri|:.^,fIh'*."niy." -.yo'iihgi^  motherhood Dr, y .Pierce's Favorite  Prescription waa fuicli'av great copi-,  fort to mc aa .Vtonjc t\nj.t nervine, thp.t  I wouldVirge ������very expectant inc.;  thcr to triltUJt. It kept' rite well ,ahd  atroiiK rindTdblc to attend to my  household dtitic.*- richt-1*I> "���������<> the. last.  My chiUlrcu-arc rtowii noi.', but a  hnve not for-Trtttcn^ tbc>Krcat benefit  I derived from >hc "X-'avoritc;, Pres-  criptloh' ami" ihftt'ihAwhy. I anr rcc-'  Also tt Means Bright Byes, Red  Lips and Rosy Cheeks  The- la<?k   of  sufficient  red,   health.-  .giving hlood does not end merely.in  pale faces and lustreless eyes.      It Is  much more   serious.      Bloodless people, are the" tired/ lgjiguid,   run-down  folk who>3iave ~no enjoyment in  life.  They hatfe>heart palpitation, headaches  and backaches, no appetite, sometimes  fainting  spells,   and   always   nes-vous-  hess.'     Jupf   a. little, more rich,.,red  blood and these "troubles vanish.      To'  get this new? rich, Ted blopd Dr, "Williams'  Pink' Pills  are   just   the   thing  you heed.      That Ss why these pills  ha\rJ3_ a-world-wide,   reputation,   as    a  blood and "nerve tonic.      Among those  whq_"have -proved -th'e -truth of these  statements isJS-iss Annie M. Blonski,  WoodbVidge;  Man., who jays: ���������"I be  cam'e very "weak and    nervous,  pains In my side' and back and suffered - from frequent sick headaches.   - I  was hardly able tos do anything about  the  house and would awake  -with a  start at night, with my heart pounding violently.      If I walked upstairs.  I would- be breathless  and' my hsai-t  would flutter rapidly:     I used doctor's  medicine but it did not do me any. permanent good.      Then I was advised  to  take Dr.-Williams'  Pink Pills and_  j decldedy-td*TLry them, and I .eajt.,qjily  ' say that they did wonders:tqr]tn&.A I  ain now well and   strong   again,   and  able to do a 11 iny wo.rk, add this is all  due   to  l3r^ "William^ ; Pink Pills:-     I  have recommended the pills to others  who'have taken them   With    equally  godd'Tesults."    ���������   "7-'"'';.- ������������������*'-:'.' ���������/������������������."' v7  You can.get the pills    from-   your,  druggist; or by mall at 5,0) cents a, box  from The Dr. Williams.' 'Medicine C6.,  B-rock-lUey-Ont.---'.  Befieye':^*^^^:WasV"1  ������������������' Onjce:y^iropical Country  Prospectors   -Plan   to   Make    Further  vlnveatBaatloW-BNc-Ht Summer ?  Burled troe trulnks fdurid in Alaska  . -h,-iv.e'!s'j3t'-.BClenti^ts "wonclerlng "wlibthor  Alitsjica , Wa a u once a troplcaV, ori "^eml-  tfopical Tcountry.     Pl^���������pspect0l's^  who  rectmtly 'returned   from "the   Interlor  brought/with 'them samples  of  sand  anftbark p������ stratiKe. trees which thoy  had :;found .'at** thc!'>pttomyoC/-B:"s*)-(aft"-  they had'sunk in; ciuest bf gold,    i'lie  men ascended the Kobuk   ltt*vor   tind  traveled, forty miles; south.'''; IS^Ve.''In  numerous holes they-found idee p.sand  In Joy era,-j Imllar JL\p tho drtft��������� ,of grea t  atorms, buried trunlca  oi treea  nylth  rpugli baric as of fjtult troosrand long  AYido   .^^(JJeB^'pC,. ^i*aq������:allico,:iybamImo,  corKhum"' ot; pn.py rao:; "' Tlio' ol ir, o' off "tl\p  vc^^ri^igtwjlpdlciites a former,tropical:  cltnuiie;'"; -f!-l^rtlier--��������� ittves'tiJ8.ttiibik'' ���������'-���������'ts  planned for early aummor In 102������.  r-y.-y .- ..���������'*7.,'.'-,��������� -,���������. ,,....    -..������������������''���������������������������:  Youp Asthma, Too.     Tho'eftlcacy ot  Dr. J. D. ^slloge'm Aatlnna Remedy is  noil somotUInK: that la merely to bo  : hoped  for;  it la to ho expected.      It  I ticidom faUila tp-brkng raUelV'and la your  ������ own Individual easo It will do the if-amo.  i So universal limit been JIUq, huccobb of  this fnr-Fahied "rfoinody-'-'tiial every one  Sir Robert Horn������. Returns From Oan������  "ac5-l'Ui"Qina"3ritons to Emigrate  "I have jusit- coEhe back* from Canada,**/   declared    Sir-- Robert   Home,  speaking  in, Scotland, 7'and I cannot  imagine   that.. any   man here would'  rather have a precarious-'eangtence, dependent, .upon ^charity* ttban .go to the  great Dominioii and galnya neW-eadst-  enco^for'hlmseljrfhy^ the Sweat of his*  xbrolv." "'  1 * ^    The .foregoing sentiments were  broadcasted orer-Great Britain by  Ralph B. Bluemfeld, chairman and editor of the Daily Express, who added  his personal suggestion, that; aa Sir  Robeft Korne was now free of govern-.  menial oiHce^ he might devote hla administration and organizing ability to  overseeing a scheme under whieh desirable pepple could emigrate-to" Canada with good chances of success.  Otis trade mark is on  every package. Please  lock for it to be sure  you   get   the   grenuise  sT^IT T2"S      ^-^���������s's. gr^*ag������gt"y"g"?"wS^%L*g^  _-*_     "tr5k"*r T^-" ^_^ "S"   ~r**  UPUi*L   !_> J^-O-^^ W KJMS^mU   JT KJ mCjLtLaXL,  __.  Smartly Simple      '       '  " A triumph erf- chic and" sLendernesa,  in navy, mlTroIeen.; Jtis most.essential that every, smart wardrobe should  contain at least one frock of this t5*pe.  had In every detail it illustrates the "theory  "that the long line is the' shortest route  to slenderness. Two inverted plaits,  extend full length on" either "side of  the front. A straight piece of the material is ffolded to form, a trimming-  band two Inches wide and placed beneath ' the edge of theJ outside" plait  before it is stitched. Plat bone buttons trim the band. The,, back ia  plain and extends over the shoulder,  fastening onto the front in yoke effect.  The V-shaped -, neck opening^.Is  very  Horizontal  v  1���������Family residence.  , 5���������Dona tor.     ^  9���������lit'the ,di������ta.nce.  lS-^Empowered. -,  16���������rChange, vary. >  lT-r-^Note ofythe locale.  18���������Sel_8- wuh the teeth".  M^���������Always.  20���������Masculine  pronoun.  21���������Crude metal.  23-i���������European falcon.  25���������Measure of length.  26���������More aged.  _S���������Stupid.  30���������Keep watch over.  31���������Fruit stone.  33-r-Paps.  35���������Serf.  3&t���������Check, repulse,  tissues  of  becoming, and is finished with a tailored collar.      The- dlagmm 'pictures the | 3S���������Fatty  'Simple'..'design of No. 12Q"*'.- which is In     .     sheep.  si?iea 34,:.36;. 38, 40 and 42 inches b.ust;   39^���������Any sodr substance.  Size 38 requires 4, yards of 36-lrich, or  40^���������Particle..  3% yards of 40-tnch material.  7 Price. 41���������Peruse.  20 cent's.' , ,   '-.,:..;_.;,,_ ��������� .;."..*, -...:. ,m  Our F'ashibn Book, 'Ulustriitiniff'the  newest arid most practical" stylos, will  be'-.of:-interest to every home dress-.'  maker. pTPrico, of the book, 10 cbnt"5"  the copy, .'���������.'���������*'  55���������Substance  from plants.  5.6���������Male of certain ani-  ~, mala.     --'.-.   .-  57���������Fragrant, gum - iilce  compound. - -: -* ** )-  eO-^-Strlke softly.  62���������^Rivef* fn W. Siberia:  63���������City in Nevada.  J4���������At sea.    -  66���������-Exist.  67���������Referred to.    ,  69���������Projectile.  71���������Executive officer of a  college.  72���������One more than six.  '73���������"Versifier.  No matter how deep-rooted the carar  mar he, it must yield ,to Hollow-ay's  Corn Remover. If used aa directed';  When a woman  decides  thp-t cigar:  ashes aren't good for tho,carpet, tlie  honeymoon. is over.-       ,   7      ...  44_^pertaining to' weight.  46T-Tardy.  49���������Come "in.  51���������-Guided.   .  52���������:Cut In two,  53���������-Pertaining to a knot.  Vertical  1���������Demigod.  2���������^Burdensome.  a~Short for. ro.otljer.  4^-ReCede.  5���������Restrain. yp7  6���������^Lyrl<5: ipoems.  , 7"-7Abov^.y^7'' j:  8-rRanted^    ;  9~Atmosph ere.  i0���������Note of the scale.  11���������Dne   skilled   in   athletics.  12���������Stagger.  exuded > 14-^-Admlred.  16���������"Let or lease again. *  22���������Ardor. > -;   '  24���������Stumble.     -      -  25���������^Eldest, son- of Isaac.  21���������^Anticipated 'wlth^hor-* - *  * -   ror. , *" <  29���������Cuddles  clo&ely*.     - *    "  30���������Style of painting.        ,-  31���������_Lever"for the foot.    *  32���������"Lukewarm.  34���������Guide by a rudder.  36���������Free, clear.  37���������Sap of certain trees.-  42���������Make noble.  43���������Minute   particle.  45���������Gather for "harvest.  47���������Greedy.  48���������Capable     of     being  held.  50���������Ran fast.        . .,.      ���������  52���������Wither."-.-  . *  54���������Narrow paths.  55���������Resin 7p| vttirp.en^ne.  56���������Frog-lIKe ampldUan.  58-r-FashIon..,7:*|"'   A*'\    4   .  59^Par.t Of 'ii" ,l������arn,e*ss.  61���������Vegetable.  6S-rHasten.  65���������Venomous.snake.  68���������Note ot the scale.  70���������Peacock butterfly.  Answer to Last Week's Puzzle  aaragaara  Eaasea  11 j_>i 1 ��������� io  7If;aii wore ' qualihcd to dp, something useful, where would tlio world  get critics?' ���������'��������� ' ''  ?3r Brieve St..,, ��������� . . ., ...^ .... ���������  .Sold 1������y tloaleriffji In both, fluid and  ti-blct form; or scli'd !(.<"., "*"���������>������������������ **",������'11'  pk������. tabtetH to Df. Picrcc'a X.abora-  t<irv in Dridurcburw. Ontario.  ommcndinpr it to the yomiK mothc*   afflicted with ,tbla*.-dlodaao owes it to  of ; tod^-.f��������� Mrs. yAuiHe' it ^tty,< ~-       *-       ���������*--������������������-  hlmnelfto try'It  V.*.  17   ieot  A bee dies when it stlng-i you.    Now  It it could bo..-*cros8od  wjith .tho inan  who '-^t-liii1 titnrlt. ''���������". :-"������������������''        .���������'..'-.        y ��������� -  (**.  Rub the Bae-dp with 'Mlrinrd'-i' Llnlm-ini  Nemrly; Driven Crazy By  Itching. Cutlcura Healed 1  "'J wae������ bbtlwired'fpr 0", vcpx v?"th  eczema all over my face *hd body.  1% wm lr������ plmpl-"*! ahdiP kept It irritated h3������ BcratchlnK for it nAarljr  dl-oveTmc oraay Itch Ing, and it kept  me ������w������k������ nights.  " I was treated but ltdW iiot help'""  ma, no when I heard about Cutlcura  Soap and Ointment, I bought them.  I UBed two, cftke-si. of: C-jticem 8oap  Icn-S e-n������' bo- ej Cvitlcuw- 01*-i*rm***t  and I wan heakd/' (Signed) Alton  Boo***, Chmrloitc. Vetmo-nt, Sept.  1������,10M.    ��������� ��������� .'       :��������������������������� ���������-:i '   ,������������������������'. ���������'..'.,.  C1������������r tht* mire* of im-mirltleB by  d������������y ubij or Cutlcuw Sokp with  touches of. Ct^tlcura Olntm->pt, ���������������!  n-ysded to -KKrtl-fl and hwil. Cuticura  T_lcttm in fr������Kr*nt and refreBblnc.l  ���������o Ideal toltet-^cmAtx.      '  :' I  Bwssjita X|alt ft*.t tfJf^J^Mj^it ^*������"mII*1-j  M iu_"ir**-_!iij������. ~-^rt^tiTi't.'.i-������'_c*V"^*ii____i_;' ���������������___," *." "** '""*" 1  FOR   La.I3TL_.ESS.f-  D EL.ECAT E  -CH* LDRE^I  SCOTT'S EMULSION  .' V% PiiRB.\-C<*������i������UVEft ������_>!_.  F-ALATABCE���������CA.SY TO TAKE  RIOH   IN  VITAMINS  Many  Crossing Mishaps  ~t  Railway Will Soon Have to Take Stepa  To'Protect Property  Not the, least of exyonauH In coiinec-  tion   with   oDoratlon   of   vast  railway  wystema  is tho   ���������"damage    continually  done at level croaslrig������'by'mbtoiirtta   ^  wlio  rciluae  to obey ^Iftnqls., ^ ���������Aiio] jT  give tho nioelc oxovtiio tliat tlieir hrakfca j - *  railed   to  -work.      That" the  rallw-tya|  nre  approachInr: n   't*"**-"*:"*  wh*-ro  they i  ���������will  have to have  protection  against \\  flank attacks from automobile drivers  .running" thvouRb ci'oiibliiK   gates*   and  Into the'aide of moving train*, la the  belief of J. T\ I������ratt, anslatant c*onns������I  ���������for .the Centni't Itu'glon, Canudtan *Na-  tlonal Railway*!.'  Manufacturing   In  B.C.  . - . a*.*.-  Grow:h of Manufacturing in the Prov-  lr������co  Has Been Phenomenal  BrltHsli,-.' Columbia's ,;growth;)..as a  raanufnfelt^rfe"B>';prbyIhc<? la *w5eli illus*  't^ated }>yk:^^^'4l"^iupHed;by the Pro-  vlnclal Goysriimentl - inlfiSO only 415  plant* wfero"In^ operation, producing  about fS.tfftO.OOO''1 worth of goods per  yiMtr, wherea������ In 1S2-1 no.leas than  3.GG6 Arms were in operation, with a  total payrol lot 5107.*0*0,000. nnd produced goods to the gross value of $2SS.-  000.000 the capital investment -tnuuint-  i lnKtb'ovt)r.*300,OOu.������0'o.  xJ|  AKG!L!E  Your throat ever}.*  niorn-  Iv.z "vMt.h Ml-n-ard'*- In -w-a������l������'r  and   prevent colda.  Wm������t  ii.w wmaaiiiiaawi^aw  M-"t,lii'������HaA  ullaDUlTM  aMMAMMa  14'jaa-^^riiiliiiMk' ttu', "���������  Prevent   Gripp������-,  ment  with    Mlnard'c   t-lm- !  ���������������"Vm"t������-  .������. mm mm  CBBSTC^  iYflE"  ������   ���������������!���������      ^*4*"!* K<*"������-^**   ���������,   '^tf'W      ������ m, W   V   ��������������������������������� M  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  UbsoainMon J $2.30 a year in advance*  3.0& t������o U.S. points. kfc ���������  -"    O. F. HAYK6, Editor and Owner,  ORESTON. .B.C..  FRIDAY. J At*. 09  The Empty Back Seat  Those who travel afoot, and who  may have been hoping that at the  new- year autc owners would be  making a resolution that would,  make them snore kindly considerate  of pedestrians whom they pass  whilst the hack seat is unoccupied,  should net he too harsh In express-,  ing opinions of drivers who fail to  "give them a lift3'���������the law is at  least in favor of the naotQ-ry owner,  according to information which we  gleam from an exchange, and which  states the situation as follows*  "In view of the law as it stands,  why should anyone expect a motor-,  ist to pick tip a pedestrian anywhere*? One frequently sees in the  press reports of law suits in which  a person who has boeu given a free  ride in another person's car has  suffered injury in a motor accident,  and has recovered heavy damages  from the motorist who was Riving  him or her a. free ride. Nobody  can suppose that a motorist risks  his own life" and a valuable car by  getting into  any accident  that he  could ipdssibly avoid, - and yet*-  though his own leg .may be broken,  and bis valuable ear destroyed, he  umst pay his own doctor's bills and  losses &nd .also heavy damages for  the injuries sustained by his free  passenger if the latter chooses to  go to law and sue him.  JPirices Elsewhere  '   Canadians are  becoming accustomed to hearing conditions  in the  TT>a>j oi.K..��������� -������---_���������*i a  UU1IICU   uuit von XICBWIUCU  .*_ I  cact cauceu*  INTIMATION  Mr. Aiviis E. Perkins  Expert Piano Tuner and  Regulator  WlIA, BE IN CRESTON within a  month and w*!l make his usual calls.  Mr. Perkins knows his business and  makes good. Conies strongly endorsed  by many leading piano manufacturers  and others of note.  Leaae calls at Review Office.  ingly prosperous, and it is not surprising if a somewhat exaggerated  idea of the opportunities for the  individual agriculturist has received  pretty general credence.  This week, however, The Herald  has received a letter from Kellogg,  Idaho, which is something of a  revelation. The writer says* **I  have to write you about the wonderful things our dear people are  saying about the, U.S.A. and their  prices. I am enclosing a slip that  is printed in onr town every day,  and have marked the price of  apples. I bought a box of them  myself. They'are good and sound,  and the box is lined with paper and  repacked. The nearest* shipping  point is eighty mites from here, and  the apples go from the orchard to  the packer/ to the wholesaler arid  then to the public."  __���������___> *  The price given on the slip, sent  by onr correspondent, for Rome  Beauty apples* is 75c per box to the  consumer. The question asked in  the. letter, *'Do you think the  grower made'any money?". is very  pertinent.���������Pentieton Herald.  paper.'- Absorption or oonsolidatiou  is the only hope and - salvation -of  newspapers in , the'' smaller towns  and cities.;" High cosfc������, Aand - constantly increasing costs, is the cause  of failures and consolidations.  Overhead expense is so great that  no small community can support  more than one"* paper /adequately.  This process is going-ou all over  Canada and   the   U.S.    It -is the  rinlv hftnA~f\f i-.fma    nawonanat."   mduS���������  try.      "��������� '  -',- *'-' '" ���������     ' *  Every inph.of, space in this issue  of The Coftrier "(reading matter or  advertising),.cos4 29 cento- tb prof  duce, figuring: nothing for profit, or  approximate^" S*400.000  per issue.  *"**_***_ 3     * ��������� 1*1 * *".������  ��������� *������ ��������� **"���������������  j. uis iu formation ts given to readers  of thfs sheet, (some of whom are  inclined to think that it costs  nothing to*run a newspaper with a  oiroilation of over 2000) "a little  food for thought. The Courier,  however, has been generously  treated by both local and national  advertisers, without which it~could  not operate at a profit and meet its  obligations regularly. For a newspaper, to steer clear of the breakers,  it must carry a column of advertising for every column of reading  matter it prints.���������The Cranbrook:.  ^Courier,  ������#���������  Mekosi  Protective Association  \tA 1������OO CS.UB1    " ��������� "4 ;:7j v*-  '������  *  '   . *--7  Positively your lust chance to become a member of this Club, as the.  Government has stated that no* more Clubs-may Joe, incorporated/,  Application's are coming in freely.    Why not send in yoUrn.    Age ���������  > Jtmlt 65.     Entrance fee $8.      Persons of either jhbx eligible^ For  application forme apply to ; '-. "/ y - -*��������� ���������.*   '  Rr J. STEBSi.-Bseretary. -s*- -.-.  ,1 Box l&S, NELSOJSf. B.C  -s-z  /*/���������;  1  "SH  _. Fire losses within' the city limits  of Cranbrook last year totalled  about 84500. ^  -"���������--a'**-        ->��������� "*        -  733 children - attend the public  schoolvfttVeinpn. The high school  efirollmesife is about-1-50. /  An official count of cars on the  road between Crowanest and Wardner last year shows- that July was  the big month for auto traffic For  the eight hour day the average was  127- ears per day for July, and 105  for August.  Newspaper Costs    ~  ____���������_ Z  Hardly a day passes ~ but that  some newspaper is forced to give  up the ghost���������suspend publication  or   consolidate   with    some   other  j|rai_d  Theatre  % Jan. 30  ->  A Romance of the Spanish  Main  When Pirates Sailed  the  with  J. WARREN KERRIGAN  and Many Other Favorites  NEWS CF KOOTENAYS  I  Cranbrook public library has-112  members, and 2500'books to choose  from.  The . pupils at Central public  school . at Cranbrook contributed  $104 "for the Armenian Children  Fund.  To he sure of "a working turnout  the English Church at Rossland  had its annual meeting on Sunday  night last- .' '       .  **- "-" . r  Coyotes and cougar   are   killing  off deer around   Vernon at the rate.  of two a week, .according to Okanagan hunters. *~  Cranbrook Women's Institute  gathered in $85 for the crippled  children's fund at a Sunday afternoon concert last week.  The Kaslo Kootenaian believes  that $230,000 will be spent on  highways in the Kaslo Slocan con-  stituenoy during ,3926. y  t������$4654, was colleofced in fines at  Cranbrook police cour during 1925  -^alrnost double- ibhe sum taken  in during the year previous.  In the Supreme Gpmrt- of British  "  C&htmbia:  The Workmen's Compensation Board,  Plaintiff,     y^  and-,- ��������� *"���������  Continental Lumber & ]Pole Company,  Limited, Defendant.  Under arid ter virtue of a "Writ of _E"ieri Facias  Issued out of the above Court, dated the  twenty-eighth day of December. 1925. anc_ to  me directed, I have seized all right, title, and  interest ot the above-nanseS defenaante, Continental "Lumber & Pole Compttny-^Iimited. in  the-following goods and chattels and -Will offer  the same for sale at the office of the defendant.  Continental Lumber & Pole Cbmpaxiy,I__nited.  at Kitohener, B.C., on Monday, the nth day of  January, 1838, at the hour of 2 p-Btt:  d teams of'Horses at mill.       *      'A  3 teams of Work Horses at camp.  Terms of sale:  Cash.  Dated this 4th day of JanaaTy,.1938.  JAHE3H. DOYLE,  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  !?���������-? z-ft yc  .������~������-���������. ^e ook ������������������'_���������_������. no, rt.a.������t,^ni.  ��������� vruw   mj.   MaM������..:aav .%rv   -v_r. mm.*m.r. m^Kjrmm  This sale is hereto;  January istti.  place.  itponed until Monday;  at the uune time and  J. H. DOYLE,  Sheriff -of Soutls Kootenay.  This sale is hereby further postponed until  Monday, February 2.1926, at the same time  and plaice. _  J. H. DOYLE,  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  orveftsioni and use  Take notice that The "Nakusp Blectrio Oghfe.  ; Power Company, whose address is Nakusp,  B.C., will apply for & license to take and use 7tS  cubic feet per second of -water. ������mt of Goat  Rlvea", -which flows westerly and drains into,  {ajootenay River at Creston, B.C. The water  will be diverted fronr the stream at a ro_nt  about 1600* feet -down stream from C7P.K.  bridge, on Block "291, of Lot 812, and will be  used for power, purposes upon"the ���������t*ea described as the undertaking- of the Company  within a radius of twenty miles of the -power  site. This notice was posted on the ground on  the 10th day of January, 1928. A copy of this  notice and an application pursuant thereto-and  tofthe Water Act will bo flled in tbe ofBce of  the Water Becorder at Nelson,- B.C.: -Objection -to' the* application may he filed with the  said. Water B^Scordsr or with; the Comptroller  of Water HighW. Parliament ^ButLat has, Victoria. B.C., wwhin thirty days after,: the first  One wgiite- siooS^y heifer,- one ������^  heifer, one red and tv.hite ������teeT aboiat  two veart- old, no bra.ntl. Sxpeibees will  be paid to Adder. MRS. J. B. RUI3D,  Wynndel.        - -      '-"  . TEMPERS FOR TIES  Tenders   will   be   received^ by  the  undersigned for tbe "supplying  of 350  g*hree hundred and-fifty) nnmber two  peled Railway Ties to be delivered at  the siding tinder construction at Duek  Creek on or before AprH 1st. 1926.  Tenders to be. in bffore February 1st,  10^. Ijowest or any tender not;  necessarily accented. OO^OPBHJ.,*  TIVE FRUIT GROWERS ASS'N OP  WYNNDEL, B.O.  DEPARTMENT OF LANDS  APPLICATION FOB 6RAZIRS PERMITS FOB  THE SEASON OF 1926  ^. _ irmite to jgrajEo livestock on  theCrownrange within each jrrazine district  of the Province of British Columbia, must he  filed with the District Forester at Fort George,  "Kamloops. Nelson. Prinoe Rupert, Vancouver,  and "Williams Lake, on. or before March Slat,  Blank forms upon which to submit applications may be obtained from the District Foresters at the above named places or from, the  Department of Lands at Victoria, B.C. -  <3. R. NADKN,  _ Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,' Victoria, B.C.  January 9th, l_a&  appearance of thia notico in a local newspaper  NAKUSP BLKCTRia LIGHT & POWER  COMPANY, AppUciftt.  - ���������   -'������������������.'          GEO. P. HOiEtSLEiY, Agent.  The datof.of the first patJication of this notice  is Janaary l*5^-ir"  ratepayers approved of expending  $45,000 on road and street improve  ments in that town this year.  Fernie is  trying  to  organize an  Oldtimers*    Asaooiation.      Anyone  resident  in the. district  at 1900 or  J before is eligible fpr membership.  Married men in the employ of  the Trail smelter for two or more  years h ave been given' a bonus of  $50 for 1925.    Single men got $25.  When) from 9 to 17 feet of snow  fell in the Crows Nest Pass district  last winter, so far this year auto  traffic has been going on without  internption.  Revelstoke hoard of trade wants  the minister of publio works to  build an auto road between that  town and Jasper Park, a distance  of about 230 miles.  B. JR. Bruoe of Inyermere hits  heen named lieutenant-governor of  British Columbia. He is at present in tlie Old Country* and will  assume his new oMoo on his return.  BULL CALF ASTRAY  Jersey bull calf, about tnro years old,  lust seen about Ootober������ near the Reed  & Mm thee ranch.-; Beward to patty  Riving information leuding to recovery.  SAM MOON, Wynndel.  JERSEY BULL FOR  SERVICE  Purebred Jersey Bull  ������.NICKEL,, Griffin  Service 83.00.  Ranch, Oi*38ton.  BULL CALF iTSTR.AY'    '��������� ;-'  Onn>e to the premises of the under,  signed at Canyon, on or about November let, 1025, bull calf. red. about ope  year old. Owner can have natoo on  proving property and pnying all  PBANKOLjARK,C  expciisee.  IK CLjARK, Canyon.  Frank Pym, who has been  assistant district forester at Cranbrook for years, Jias been named as  district forester, suooeeding , Mr.  Flumorfolt, who has boon transferred to tho const.  In the Vernon district deor are  this winter seen in unusually large  ntimbers along tho highways. The  News thinks it in duo to the ooug  arm hunting them out of the!  accustomed haunt*  Pcntloton shipped fifteen ������_:������_*_ of  Winoaape and Yellow JSTowtons one  day last week, the fruit going to  the   Old    Country.    About.   5000  .boxes Is  all that.'  ivjiuuiutj   o*   tlio|  1*325 -crop at that poixtk  U|al Oranp Lo(l|e9Ho. 2095  Meets THI^HD THUHSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially Invited.  y '���������   W.*H. ORA"vVFO_-I>,sW,M.  r        ��������� , i  imigghf and Maavjjr  New Stock of  "S_a I  ���������Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  | Snsns ana wramess Rep^irirsff  LAMDA^ AMENDMENT  PRE-BMPTlONa  Vaoantc unreserved* surveyed  Crown lands may "be pre-empted by  British subjects over Is years -of a������������r  and "fry .aliens on de-sln-lnK Intention  to become British, subject*, condi-  tioaal "upon s-eidence, ooeop_tlon.  and lniprovs-BMnt __-r. oarricultural  purpesss, ^  Pall infor-Qoation conwmSxim' regulations resrardins- pr������i-empttons Is  ariven in BUllstln No. 1, X.an-3 Series,  r'How to Pre-smpt JuanV copies of  which can be ohtatosd free ot cbar_e  by. nd-3ressin*r ths���������- -Department of  Lands. Victorts, B.O, er to any Government Agent.  ~ Records Trill  be granted  covering  n������������''<u> i***^5 s^sitsLbie **^** . ^?j?r*^-**^^*nr**.?  purposes, and which is not tlmber-  lano, Le<, carrying over 6,000 board  ���������feet per acre west of the Coast Range  and 8,000 feet per acre east of that  Bangs.  -''-��������� ���������-*.���������-���������>' y:.���������"':���������;':"-;���������:-��������� '..,--    -���������    '/,,_-  Applications for'' prereaiptiona are  " t o be addressed to- the "Land Commissioner of the X<and Bttoordin-r Division, in which the land applied for  ls situated* and are made on ptiated  fornou-. copies of which con be obtained frcm the X_md CctnTrilssloner.  Pre-emptlotis must.be oocapled for  five aroaro and Improvements made  to value of $10 per acre, including  clearing and ou"tlvstin*r at least nve  acres/before a Crown Or&nt can be  rc*c*i*ired.y;;  v w*.  tOmG&im-. CiB.S.lftd    _i_kaU>f2u4Ji<4il(������u   BS'S  the    Bulletin y **Hov    to    Pre-empt  "Land,**   ������������������-.:.���������' 7:7. . : *���������_:���������<  ,-;y,^7;4iij'y-:-PUrtCM^������E;.;      ;': ' ������9  :'--:': "Applid-ttibhs1', sure: received' for t>ur  "' chose   of ''. vacimt   duad   unreserved  Crown 3Anda,  not b-Ung- tlmberland,  for agricultural purposca;   minimum  prioa of ��������� Wrst-etisi (amble) land Is- $8  {ktir sorW and ������0cond-olAJM (grasinv)  and 'fS.RO -''ppt''''Su^arp'A' IJ^orthftr'^ittter-.  matlon -reirardixtg!-1 purchase or Icaoc  of Crown ���������; Ja.nds is given in Bulleti-o  No. 10, *LaAd ?-|SMtfeA-^Puirch*iM>.suDd  Lease'.'.:of Crown "Uuids." -'A  .  Mill, fsctory, or Industrial sIUib on  timber land, not eau-eedliig 40 acres,  may he purchased or leased, the conditions Including. payment af  stumpoire;:; '-J'* .*';..  ���������  I   ������������������ ' - >    HOMBSITC  LHASBS  I   Xlniurveysd sxe_sr not eteaeedinir to  ���������Cicrcc", saay bo tccucJ cm bozii^ollt^..,  aondltional upon .a dwolllns beiwt  erected tn the. first V������-r, title being  obtainable after residence and Im-  provement ccnditlons are fulfilled  end land has been surveyed.  t-.BA6.E3   '";.,_'  ���������per jrraslng and   industrial    pur-'  poses areas" not eocceedlnr *<0 acre*  toay, b������ leased liy ' oiif person or ������  "CC!KC3JStJ52r.  ORAZINO  Under the _mttia*s.' Act tho Prov-  taoe Is divided Into grtuttttg dlstricte  -uetd the manse administered under a  .Oritirhiet . >, Commissioner. Annual  ���������r-slng permits ere Issued ba������������d c-i  titimbeR-s T&3HS9&, priority beluir given  m   ass.  vent.   1  to establishes  Btook-owneri  owners,  may .form   siuaclMtlicnw    for    range  menturement. * Inrse. er pertially free,'  *^w_* "asttd. l^^8>1i^������*'l_p "to"ti������  til  "Pi  4  -.r  .ol s  f  /  Ui  THE  CKESW&   RKVIEW  V  *s   . ' .  /*"*  '"  ***2ftB*_v������-  -:7v^,.  s?____Li  _____> *'* *"  1 lie Isreatesi  Sea Battle  E^rer Filmed  - -    .  with ,     ~  ���������#���������*  m it. <���������  ���������* -^ *  J.'wXr$EN KERRIGAN  and Many Other Favorites  JUS *U.  /  .The Imperial Bank wishes to be helpful in  the furtherance of its clients' interests. A Bond  Department has been established for'the purpose of buying and selling the highest class  of securities for our customers.  The Bond Department will be glad to advise  you through the Manager of our nearest Branch.  Sfi  OFCANADA  \r. -.,  'rt>:^   CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLAN, *> ,   .. - m\    ���������      Manager.  TLheltnprQv  wmTlounLng  AN all-etecl bc-dy on the improved chwiflu*, with n new  xlLtopdcelaned to luirmonlte with the reduction tat height/  Elvtss the Tcmrfog C������r n jjmce end emMtecsa 6xffcto.stor������'  unapproached.    - .'7,7- '-",-?...: -;y -'-,.,'7  -Advances In comfort have kept pace with Improvemente  In deil-pi. Placing the fuel tank under the cowl has made  *t PpMible to lower the t,cmU, giving greater leg room and  added comfort tor drives, gum p^mua^/tm. Ventilation  a.nMf*"iNl vl*������P*������- *** ^Vfovcd by the new touring wind-.  shield, the lower half of which Is adjustable.  "the wide cnrtnlnn, generally'f'e^ei'tffgned to conffcrtn. to body  and' eo*r> chanf***,, _dd *he final, detail of tantinc -C-xaSoiS.  Wlien In place* the curtalne open with the doora and  combine wide vision with luting durability-.  ���������At, ,  BEVAN'S GARAGE  f'tirri ��������� icn.fir rAiari* w+w-m.'.������.-������'  ,        -    .,-        ......  .*.    ���������   w.iw     w- tuar* ak.������_ la -���������������  i.niiii Miiawiiiiiia ���������  Local and Personal  ��������� ��������� , .   . 7-*   -,:.,' "' ^___l_L___L_____  The   Women's   Conservative   Olub'  announces a  meeting  for '2 p.mZ on  Wednesday* -*- February  3rd,    in,   the  United Church, basement;    Everybody  ;cordially invited. -> ��������� -    *-  ���������    .  - P.- Bolton^ cashier at the Imperial  Bank, is a {Spokane visitor "this week;  leaving on Sunday. , He has been hav;  ing   trouble - with    his   eyes,- and  is  **.**���������������_ *-t������*������t _>i-v-#w   ������*_���������*������������������.-     Ar������f*-i_-tH*-> *'        ���������-i-  *^**J������1* ������������*���������������.**-_ *������������^__.*~* * y~ ���������mmJk.m.t %J������. 1VAJLS V ���������       / . ** "-  ^ Fob Sale���������25 choice White jLeg-  hoz-h -yearlings, same blood line a������ my  Dominion leaders in R.O.P.- Price  $30. High production cockerel with  this pen.    D. Bradley, Creston.  - -.  Hay Fob SaLe���������Good quality alfal.  fa hay. V.-el! deliver in Creston, Erick-  Run or Canyon for ������20 pet? tori. - Also  Gold Coin potatoes, A'grade. $2.50 per  sabk. John* Garfield, Creston.  ' ������������������' * .  Kimberiey- Press: Constable .R. S.  Nelson of the,Provincial police' force  hasjnoved into new quarters, adjoin*  ing the police "station; which htfve  recently been added for his accoraroo-  JM..S.Z ,  UrttalKU. 1  Friends of'Mriu Geo. Hendren will  deeply sympathize with her iii the sad  hews she haa just received of the death  of ,her ^sister, Mrs. Thorndyke, of  Toronto. Ontario, who passed away in  her 83rd year. ,"   - -  "Work on the new municipal hall is  completed and will be occupied by W.  O. .Taylor, clerk and treasurer, <at_the  fiist of the month. The new council  will have its, initial meeting .in .the  new structure.  C. S. Hertig, who has heen with  Creston Mercantile .Co.. Ltd:,, with*  Mrs. Hertig, left on Monday for Trail,  where he has taken -a position as  accountant in,tbe store- operated by  the"snielter people in that town.  -__Mi*s. E. H. Small, a former resident  of Creston, has -just been chosen prest  dent of the Ladies* Hospital Auxiliary',  which has been organized * at Crahbrook-to help along the work of St.  Eugene Hospital in that town.  "One of the biggest screen successes  of 1S25 will be shown at the Grand on  Saturday night. Tt is "Captain Blood."  with wbich many Review readers will  be familiar as the story van as a serial  in this paper late last year. Popular  prices will prevail.  "*" ^ *   \  Four candidates vrffa plsiced iri  nomination on Monday for the three  places 011 "the board of. village eoriiujis  sioners. 'They are F. H��������� Jackson,  Geo. Jolin^on, Major Mallandaine and  V.I.H. S. JMcCs-eath.^ Comtnissiouer Gibbs  J{did not seek re-election.  With very few changes. all the 1025  officers of Christ Obmeh were relected  for 1923 at the annual meeting on  Wednesday. Ope pf the features of  the session was the presentation of a  Rt-neroiisly flUed purse, to the retiring  rector, Kev. H. Varley.  The United Cbnrch orchestra , has  been enbu-fferl pa seven piec*es- by  Sunday's addition of W. Hale, violin,  and H. GobEWtt, French hot-n. If  there are otFfecs who would like to join  they will be hiade welcome,:and should  apply to the leader, W, Hendy. *  The Hustlers' Ttvxis Sqiiare had their  usual weekly meeting on Friday ni^ht.  At tihis ^e^t8^V������n two new piembere we're  admitted, and Richard Randall Riive,a,  talk on churuli\i|iemliei-������hip. At lhe  meeting tonight Miijot' Mallandaini*  vvill--peak on  ''Refcuestiatioo."  The seri'*s of games between vinUs  representing the; pre>i-lent and 'vice-  president- were cornpli-ted at. lhe  culing rink on Tuesday ' night. The  vice prevideni'H rinks wprc the wiriuerf-  ������nd are due to a . froe-7. uppeV . to he  provided by the tiieri on the l<������ai������g  r'mk^.  Due lo the faet.thnt. the new rector,  Bev. H.'C iSTewby; can not get here  until th'e-'-'-'-oml Sundiiy in Fehntavy\  there will -hi- no service ip CliviHt  dhurehv tHs Suiulayv Hist.,. If it can  bo in-ranged there will he a Social to  weloomeV.'the hew mlriisii-t- in the  Parish Hall on the evening of February  12 U. '.,'������������������ ">,, '     ..-  Rev. H. Varley,'uiio has had cliiuge  of Chrinfc Chnr������h.aOte-������toii, for almout  ��������� be pumI, flvj. y.ijir--. left o������i Monday for  a *-hoH vitdt wiih his Hi tie daughter,  Rtchel, who is wiih the-Bennett's at  Fernir\ before taking up hiw neiy work  'In Him {ini'i-������h of ���������Ri"n-T*y- .Qn'lii* ii ft-u;  Of his paHahorrm's were at tho ilepot to  H H-'himoiT.  .... ,. 7 ���������*'; '',���������.':..*,���������   "���������: 7.,-t j :-'.-   --...  The circul'.-.r lel.tr-i; #������nj^/return7,pj>������t  curd Ip oorinei.'tion -.wit-h ^rtl'Vw Cieclc,  ivjrilgH^ion g������- out 1-hlH ^yeokiJ.iVntl it ia  hoped there will lv������ H.-speedy i*t-ti������rn of  fche pot*t card*! a* it in mn the strength  op the repllea cluinn on the pomialsi  t'nt flit ^ce-anl Jon depeiidn, and if the  project \������ to We-gom- on with' no tim-'--  a'lmihl be lost. ���������  A-  m ������, FR U ST G ROWER  8  Wby^tiot -Jfjface your ordei^or ypur Box requirements  ; now, and ftave tljeni -deliyered-at vonce so you can   "  make thfem up'in your-spare time and  save the  ..''cost of-having them made.    We wiii give you h%  pfiP^n them;^yab!e yMarch 1st, 192*0.    This offer  good" only until the 15fe& day" of February, 1926.  BOX JVIa^-NlJFAOTXJRJBI-t  v>  Kadio Suhblies!  . -~-  ���������_  -JT ������T "^'T    -~  We _can. take  care   of'your requirements, in   [Radio  .Batteries, Tubes and. Accessories in a prompt  and intelligent manner.  CHEVROLET MOTORCARS ANB  TRUCKS  AGENTS.  Mcl-iTTGHIJN-BUrCK:  CARS  MEAT MERCHANTS  jTRY OUK f  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE    ,  - An economical dish, easy to serve!.  Sharnrock Branti HAM, 8ACON ainalLAJZD  ,    MLENDALE CRtAMERT BUTTER  .\        . , Governmentgraded. liighesfc quality.! '*  FRESH and CURED FISH  * alt varieties.  Choicest BEEbm PORK9 MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  -    BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY .FdOD  increases egg production and produces better poultry.    Buy the best.  We have for sale about .3 tons^ of No. 1  Timbthy^ anci 5 tons of Alfalfe.    This  hay is grown in the .Valley, and  is of  ���������r:: .;-.^-.fiT^t7class. qiiaU  j'i....  OGlLyiE'S FLOUR and FEEDS���������the best quality  x       and always the same.  -4  FARMERS'SUPPLY DEPOi  Send Money  use tne Money Orders  sold at aU branches of this  Bank*  They are safe, cheap and  convenient* and are  readily -cashed in sU pasts  of the world*  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  G_plfe_f :Fal4S Up $2OpGrQOm������Q0  \  ��������� Cr������������������0������ Br_t������cb  I>, T. S**"n������geanr, M*M������i������gier  m,.i.,w_ii___iii. ^^j"^w������j^ v^ja^iwatoi HasesHssSw  A.  THE   iUHYIEW,   CRESTON.    B.   O.  \  People who use "Red Rose"  are ususui;  those who like tea of extra good quality  TTTL  x i&e  ORANGE PEKOE  jao  -f������.������.a sss.  A W^ar Of Extermination  crop, of  year, and it  Dewplte the Cact Lhat the statesmen of the great EuVopeon nations, and the  League of Nations, are earnestly striving to bring about understandings and  conditions which will have tho effect of preventing future wars, we nevertheless read iu magazines of this and that invention and the effect it will-have  on the '"next -war." "  The "next war" is, as a matter of fact, now being waged. It has beeir  in progress for some time and is increasing in intensity. But instead of be-  ins a war between man and man, it is a war of extermination between man  and insects. Man has won victories in certain sectors.of the battle line which  cxtendsy,around the world, although, iri the language of the late Great War,  be has not yet been successful in fully- consolidating his position, thus making his victory secure and lasting.*. In other sectors, the insects still have the  upper hand and seem to be gaininsr. s j  The battle between man and the. insects is hot spectacular but it ls a  strenuous and extremely costly one fraught with grave possibilities if there  is any slackening in man's onslaught until final and complete victory is obtained. . ..'-���������-..:  In the. Canadian, House of Commons last session, ;Hon. W. R; Motherwell,  minister of agriculture, made a britf statement regarding the^offensive being  waged under the direction of that department against crop" destroying insecta  in Canada when he was asking -for an increased appropriation for this work,  notwithstanding the general policy of reducing rather than increasing expenditure*-, and extending the scope of public services. -  Addressing the JEtoUry Club of Ottawa a few days ago, Dr., Arthur G-ibson,  chief of the entomological branch of the Department'of Agriculture, stated that  fvom~10 to 25 per cent, of every crop grown iS\ destroyed by insects, while  millions of dollars worth of pulpwood was destroyed from the same cause.  It:is estimated ihat the boll weevil causes damage to" the cotton  the United States to tiie ert'ent of ?200,000.000 each and every  has been prophesied that this beetle may'"'in time ruin the cotton growing industry of that country. -:y.;. AAxA k'A'k        - "k''"  The'bot,-or warble-fly, "which affects cattley causes a loss in Great Britain  alone of from $10,000,000 to $35,000,000 annually. . ^ y  Here in the West we know by bitter experience What tlie sawfly and other  insects do to the grain crops, and how many a promising field has been ruined  by them. . "  But it is not in relation lo crops and cattle alone that insects "are waging  war on mankind. Until comparatively recent years, one-half the human  death rate bf the world each year was due to malaria, transmitted from person io person by. the mosquito. For - more than-a score of years the mosquito held up the construction of the Panama Canal. Between 1881 and 18S9  twenty-two thousand laborers on canal construction died of malaria or yellow  fever, and the failure of successive "canal companies was due to the niosguito,  and it was not until the United States engineers studied and fought the mosquito that tho canal was finally constructed.  The Rockfeller Foundation has provided millions of dollars for a campaign against the hook-worm.  But if this war against the insects is to succeed it .must not be left solely  to Oovernmciv.Sa. scientific bodies and interested experts. As in the Great  War, the wnok manhdoi1 ������nd womanhood of the nations niust be mobilized  for victory. ' **���������-. -   -  The common house fly is a much more dangerous enemy of-man than even  yet, notwithstanding all the educational work that has been done, the average person I'-aliaos. If typhoid, diphtheria and other diseases are to be  wiped out, 'he tilth and disease carrying house fly must be first exterminated,  and "swatting tho fly" should not be regarded merely as a passing fad, oiyan  amusing ui-.eri.ion, but as a really serious business in every Canadian home. "  ("���������overr.mL.i-it espv-vti have compiled much valuable information against  in^r-crs���������thos. which should he fought and destroyed and those which are  r.idea to rr.;in. it remains for the individual citizen to apply that knowledge  and co-op-Tat- with the Government departments of health and* agriculture  in waging i-i-e but.1..:, upoi. the successful outcome of which depends-human  Uvj.s and cou.-itk-.s.-.  roililons of dollar*.' aatrually.  Present -Good  Will Token  British Journalists, Send Token  -Friendship to the United States -  British journalists.recently presented a token .of good will and friendship  to tlie jotHrnalists* school of the University of Missouri. Sir Esrac Howard,  British ambassador to the United  States, _gave to the university, in behalf of the British Empire Press  Union, a memorial stone taken from  St. Paul's Cathedral at London, as a  salutation - of good fellowship between the two-' English-speaking nations.  The stone "was officially accepted  by Dr. Stratton D. Brooks, president  of the university., ������ Following the un-  v^sillng ceremonies the university*  conferred' the. honorary degrees ot  doctor of laws upon " Sir Esme and  George B.-" Dealey, publisher of the  Dallas "News, Tex_s.  Sir Esme declared that "the power  of the press 'in a'country like yours  is probably, greater today than any  power that haa ever been."  Tbe ambassador said on behalf of  the BrLtish l^mpire Press Union, in  part: _, - '  "The reason why-a stone from St,  Paul's was. chosen rather than from  Canterbury or Westminster Abbey,  or one of the older cathedrals*- is that  St. Paul's looks down on Fleet Street,  Paternoster,Row, and Printing House  Square, which foi"/ generations have  been the centre of British journalism  and have been .connected with, all the  great writers and pamphleteers of  England."  Illlllij^  &&///////������*  'MANUFACVU-JEO        BY  IMPERIAL TOBACCO   COMPAtS***  OF CANaftDA  3A  UM.TED\VV*^^  L7  Homestead  Entries  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  .. __^_  To  All  Mothers., Having  Young  ' Children in. the Home  No other, medicine is of such aid "Eo  mothers of young children as is Baby's  Own Tablets. The Tablets are the  very best medicine1 a mother can give  her little ones during the dreaded  teething s time because they regulate  the stomach and bowels and thus drive  out constipation", and indigestion, prevent colic and; diarrhoea and break up  cblds and simple fevers.  Concerning Baby's O^n Tablets,  Mrs. John A. Patterson, Scotch "Village, N.S., Bays:���������"I have six" children, and all the medicine they ever  get is Baby's Own Tablets.. I would  use nothing else for them -and can  strongly recommend the Tablets to  all other mothers."  Baby's Own Tablets ���������-��������� are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents  a box .from The Dr. Williams* Medir  cine Co., Brockville, Ont.  File     On    29     Homesteads    In     Four  Western   Provinces   In  Western  -v      "*-  ^ Canada  Homestead entries In the four western province^, during the month of  September numbered 29, a decrease  as compared with the same-month last  year, according to a report issued by  ihe ybominton lands branch. During  September last two Thomesteads were  filed on in Manitoba; ten in Saskatchewan, fifteen" in Alberta and two in  British Columbia.  Limit Size of Farms  Instead of 160 acres, only 80 acres of  land can now be bought from the Ontario Government by settlers who  would nipve into the northern clay belt.  There are believed to be many,advantages in the change.  Hor Heart  John Shields, Maryland's champion  whittler, ha*-, made a violin frorii  matches.  Simple and Sure.���������Dr. Thomas' -��������� Eclectric OH-Is so simple Jn application  that a child can understand the instructions, Used ' as ia liniment the  only direction is to rub, and when  used as a dressing to afrply. The  directions ai*e so plaint and unmistakable -that thoy are readily understood  by young or old. j-y ���������'��������� '  Miller's Worm Powders'work so effectively that ho traces of worms can  be found. The pests pass away in the  stools without being perceptible. They  snake an entire and clean sweep of tlie  intestines, and nothing in the shape  of a worm can find lodgement there  wheny these powders are .in operation.  Nothing could. be more thorough or  desirable" than their action.  Fame after all is but an elevation  on -fchlch tlie . victim is placed in.  order to give tho public a better  chance to throw mud at him.  As a vermicide an excellent preparation ts Mother Graves' Worm, Exterminator*���������^ It has.; saved ^the lives of  countless children.  Epicures are people who -dislike  to waste good hunger on ������������������'poor victuals. - '.'   *  .people who strike in tlie dark may  mean well.,, but thoy seldom bit the  right spot.  Ft-Infiftg Spells  Mra. J*. Wilson, Port George, N.S.,  writes :..���������"*I suffered from palpitation  of the heart and fainting spells, and,,  at'times, I could not be left alone I  was so nervous.  My trouble was caused from overwork and worry, having been left  alone with, a large family^ ly,y  I had tried everything, without any  relief, but I know, to-day, that I  would have beep a - nervous wreck  bat for your wonderful.   - -  &  These Pills arc for sale at all druggists and dealers j put up only* by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  -Ont. " ���������������������������"  children  Nature   supplies   all   her  with brains, but it is evident that she  cannot compel them to use them.  Always  provide, for the worst���������the  best, can provide for itself.  "'_*_."'  Plan To  Reduce Crime  Wrap up  W _>__**_��������� _U__ ������������������flfMH���������  arm  /'Jmm^mmwpSitBm.m.  4-  C\.  l\  m  On a raw winter's day you  wouldn't venture out without a  good overcoat to keep out the cold.  But your inside wants keeping warm  as well.  Make a practice of drinking  BOVRIL regularly during the  winter months. It keeps up your  vitality   and   helps   you   to   rei"iat  Oai������C������S, Cj"aiiliS tiFkOi IT_iliUCjTiXCi���������  Offer   $2,500   Reward   For   Best   Pro  gramma to Reduce Crime in  New York      ,7  An award of $2,!ft.O is, offered by tho  Society  for the  Prevention  of  Crime  to  the  citizen  or., public  official  who  presents, before January 11, the best  programme to bring about the reduction of ci'lmo-in New York City.  The announcement of tho. award  states that while a single suggestion  may win, tho problem in so complex  it scorned best 16 open the way for a,,  programme or sorlos of related efforts  toward the solution. The contest ia  opon to every citizen and public official in tho United* States; *>  The total nu'rabt*-!' of words submitted must not exceed 2,000, wbich  may Include not only an exposition  of the plan but argument for it. Ar  brlel* summary, however, may accompany Hit. -inanuscript, which must  be typewrit''-n. No mnnmierlpt will  be uclcnnwledK'-'l or returned.  "{  When hoarse use Mlnard'a Liniment  COai .  ffi���������i_f S_r 19   i5>   4&E___h E."' mm Am^S m\kmW fcn il _i B if (li   mm       ^_L_r ������9  IS 23 M_  , ������M_a  Seed Extraction Plant  Thn 'Dominion Government s-'od ex- !  (ruction plain! nt New WnHtniliintei!',  1.1,C, In ox|ii'c1<k| It* start; oporatloiiM  hooii. i\,nonHlKttnH'iit of 100 HacUw of  Hit It a ttpntri. coniiK rrom the Princu  Rupfrl 'dlrttiict Ih pracllcally uBmirodi  for the Br I link fon-Hlry cnnimlM*-Ion,  f^jiidon. Only f������������)������ Hack** of DoukIuh IU'  fionen will b'i j-Ik-Ick'h! In (lie FriiHer Val-  lny tr.  fill *Vhe KH-" founfry order.  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Whll* It la -"**"ll knoi-'ii  HStafc Aj������pl*lni T-w-'an* M������������#p man-iCnctmro, to r-uutat ttio ������uM1e os-di**".- linilBilwa, 11i������ TAblelw  mt Ka-rrr Cha-Gdvaniy  ^*W  1������������ alunn^a  wltte  tlirlr t.weral  iranUi inarlc.   tbn  "������*r*t pfowu"'  /        0  W**Ja������WB>allw#,l������j*a. *a*#,^.afe .l^l_������G* .*!!vfctf������^ THS. RBTvTS-W/ feBSSTON;   B.   G.  l>lew Varieties ol Spring" AVhe at;  Clival Exceptional Promise 'OH  JDoing^\^elI in/vV cistern Canada;  <fe  \  ���������y L. H. Newman, Dominion -Cereal-  *i-u-������ist, .Ottawa)". "    -  "-   -���������. -  "v ��������� --.-"���������:   "-��������� -* -1- y" ������������������   J  ^Among*' -thb*- many- "new* "varieties  of  .spring*, wheat ^produced . by Ahe cereal  division of 'the experimental 'farms  branch of the���������departmeiit7of-agriculture at Ottawa, two, Garnet and Reward, are worthy of special mention,  since* ihey 'are practically, sure to occupy a prominent place in certain districts bf Western Canada. Garnet is  the result o^a- ci*oc,'3-bo'^w*eri *^s****<stori  and "Riga; Reward Is a cross "between  Marquis and Prelude. _ , Both varieties  " are.earlier than Marquis. "'-During the  past eight years' test at the branch  farms at Brandon, Manitoba; Indian  Head, Saskatchewan; ,and , Lacombe,  Alberta.;*" GarnCet matured,* on an aveivj-'a,:  jyge. eleven.cteys ������3iead"bf Marquis; in't&-  Fertilizing Value of Wood Ashes^  Are  Valuable :For Neutralizing   Act^s  ** in th������ Spi! -y ^  Wood ashes may be used to advamP  ���������age as a fertilizer for most crops, <������n  light and .gravelly soils, or oi^-veg^;.  table.loams inclined:lo be sour.  *T-hey"  ' * '       ''    <7,  grapes  on  sandy loams.*     In. a  new  pamphlet -prepared  by  Dr. 'Frank  T.-'' yea  --_������������������*__. __*_*  4*m m   ������w  rossibiiities Ui H. 45. Area  Completion of, H, B. Road Would.be a  *    Factor- of  Tremen'dousi   Import-   -'  _ ance to the Coast  _*.As soon as the Hudson's., Bay Railway is completed,    the    development-  problems o^that'.area will solve them-.  1&.1'selves, in the view of W.  IVCurran,  ofi Montreal, a fellow of the lioyal Geographical .Society,'   and a recognized  authority  on tbe' t-Iudson's Bay area.  There "are sufficient iron ore deposits  above-the  water  level  on Nastapoka  Island* east of the baj% to supply the  demands of- the North American continent for fifty years, he believes. He  are especially valuable for cldver, corh'; add's that he knows from personal ob-  and mangels or for orchards and fo.1*   seryations that the Hudson'Straits are  ^-.c-.-,^-,   ������������������ _____  , ���������      ..__   _   _-_���������___   open^froni four'to five months- of the  and he has been as&ured by ex-  Futiire Expansion In Canada  " DepeiidU   Xo A. Large MiCtesit  On A������ricuttu-%1 *_EHsvelopment  Farmers  Will Grow Corn  Raising    Stock-   To' \ Be    Solution    Of  I Probiern "Of Semi-Arid  Districts  -The    Alberta    Government'-beiieves-  -"Wbilst immigration  to  Canada   for  the first pa'rt of the current year has  not been all that might be desired, a r,  certain    measure    oE    satisfaction    Ss \  justified inilu*.  type-   ot    newcomer  tliere is a solution to "the problem of | "which   the   Donilnioii. lias   welcomed, o  tlie  arid  southeastern    se'etion, _an<l!T?    "the    movement    has not been as -,  Hon. George Hoadley, minister of ag- j voluminous as  previous  years  it  hag -  /-"     ., ,      _,      - .  .7   . ... . ,:   i���������___���������-i ������.__,_   ' m. _i     __,_���������_. '    . .5  Shutt, Dominion chemist, farmers ate  advised "to conserve this home source--  of potash more, carefully, not merely-  collecting the ashes from house stoves^  but burning the brush piles"gathered  igi clearing-land and pruning orchards,  *and saving-the resulting" ashes.' - ���������--'-  Manitoba it' matures usually, .around  seven or eight days before Marquis;  white in Alberta.������,the; 'difference'Jbe������  tween " the- two may reach twelve, or  ���������thirteen days ."during - some seasons.  "Reward usually matures three or four  days later than Garnet; '_.-""  3yfTo obtain data from as many  sources" as possible, a plan of local  Y-ariety    testing    was -inaugurated in  1924, and continued .iu 1925, ' In 1924,  -jff) farmers tested these. two wheats  alongside   of five  or  six others.      In  1925, 100 farmers -widely scattered  throughout the three provinces, conducted similar tests. While the divi-  j|ion--is withholding its final decision  as to whether or not Garnet will be  placed on the market this winter until further milling and baking tests  are made, at present this variety may  Quite easily be i egarded as" a substanv  ,tial advance over Ruby' as an earlj--  iiaaturing wneat. In .some of the drier  districts, evidence so far collected  should seem to indicate (hat Garnet,  Hkp its Preston parent, is able to stand  up against drought conditions better  even Ihan Marquis. This may,- or  may not, be ..confirnled ~by subsequent  tests, 'in milling tycts^niade^hus far,  this variety hasrshowit-up Very well  indeed and there aje.e^a, little doubt  h\it that It will rank' "among the .high  quality varieties. " WhHe it-appears to  be quite- susceptible" to nfst, its early  maturing qualities may'enable it largely to escape "epidemics which do not  occur too eaiiy in the season. In  yielding lests ^on'd-ucted at the Jpranch  fsarins, as well as at some of the provincial agricultural colleges^ it has exo  celled Ruby by a very .substantial  margin. " In localities where most  wheat b produce a somewhat. Ftnrchy  kernel, Garjiel seems likely to produce a kernel of iairly good quality.  '"^Hpwaril --^-parliftulni'ly i-fi-riTviising in  districts where "rainfall is likely 1o be  ample It possesses, a ���������remarkably  strong straw and produces a very fine  quality of grain. It als"o seems to  IVave con.,>Ld(."i*<"d rtl-jL resl&tnnCP,  whloh, togolhei" -with its early ripening qualify, makes it,rather promising  Jjj those districts which aro liable to  s-ufft'i" frpni rust; ~_ louring tho bad  uist. year of 1923, tills variety tied  W_(th Kota for first place at the experimental iarni ������������������iiti XJrandon. ^Reward,  niorooveiV'slood up pc-rf^ptly straight,  whereas'Kotu lodged very badly. Thi-  rust rep I.si ing abilities o"f KoLa are  w'cll known, as Ih also its ttoidcmcy to  *    a -" I      \ *        -       ,       a  lodge. p      '1( ,(   ,   |*.  -;'    _,  There is ftfi'^ct' practically no Reward wheitM-'ifrvailable. for general din-  ���������.;ti,ibutioh,i'j|UtliouBh7*t.;y,p"tt'r'o lino of this  in-ib'oing''multiplied "as rapidly ns possible.- In the case of-Garnet,. Uow^  ever, .several thousand l^u*?liels:will tie  j)].li,ced onilit> murkt-t this winter provided mlillntf"'ahd baking testa con-  dit'el ed du.cin^ vtUo noxL'. three months  dQj notyrnVeal -any Herlou*" wealcness.  The division i.* proparlnfc a pamphlet  in' winIch wlllybe pubml Wed a completq  sttvtenient t\x to-tho pcrfbrmanco of  Ih^jf; whc'ul. lu .dt/fureiit dlHl.iiul.H, iu  co'mimi'Jwon. with,,,lhe well-known, Mar-  ''.quJH, _, 7y-'':" ' ���������'.-"���������.''��������� .���������!"���������' ������������������':���������������������������*' ���������'  A conHci-vatlve attitude l^being irti*  s.uukmI lliruviyliotri, le.s.j peoplo beconiu  utiijuly t'tiilniHliis.lfi regarding <lt0  m^i'its of Ihi a- now introduction. If  tUl^ t:u'-i������;ly U -placed. ������n tlv- market  tlttre will prohahly ti������> u limit,se^ an  tollie numb- r (if bush-di* which way  bd'obtained by luiy'onh farmer.: Tho  price charged will be ti ion amiable one.  Stoi1-  o������ ju a -shed or receptacle ��������� protected  from the weather is essential. Thei-e  is no more valuable potassic fertilizer  than ashes, as Jlieii- content b������ pjotash  is in" a soluble form and immediately  .available for crop use, and-besides  they neutralize acidity in soils.' The  ashes yfpom-soft, woods are 13ghter,than  those from.iia.rd woods/but Dr. Shutt  states tbat weight for weight they are  not much, if any, poorer. ., According  ���������to the pamphlet, which may be obtained free from the publications branch,  department of agriculture, Ottawa, 25  to 50 bushels of wood ashe_j~per acre  will furnish ample dressing for even  very light soils. On heavy soils  ashes are not needed as ������s*n such they  may destroy good tilth. Thejr should  be broadcasted*cn ploughed land in the  spripg, jpreferably on a quiet, damp  day and thoroughtly harrowed in.  Predicts  Long   Cold   Winter  perienced navigators that the passage  ^during this periad "presents no difficulty to anyone.;wh.o understands the  northern and southern channels wliich  lead-to the entrance."  . There, is  no doubt that completion  of the Hudson's'Bky Railway would be  a factor of tremendous importance in  developing sections of Northern Manitoba,  Northern  Saskatchewan, North-  era Ontario and of the Northwest Territories.-     There ,4s an immense area  -centring -upon the bay that admits .of  .unlimited possibilities.    Completion of  the" road is" justified  from' the standpoint of an experiment alone.      The  expenditure  of a  few million dollars  should sufficq to finish the road and  put the entire line~in running order.    .  It  will . devolve   upon   the   Liberals;  and  Progressives  in  the  new  parlia*  ment and upon -all  others who  havey  the interests of the west at heart, to  co-operate  in the utmost  measure iny-  pushing  for the  necessary  outlay  on  the road to the Bay   at   the  .earliest  possible- date.      Or will another general electfim be necessary before the"  political air is  sufficiently  cleared  to~  permit "   of     .such      action?���������Regina"  Leader.  riculture,   stated, /publicly during, his;  visit at the  corn sh&w at Lethbridge  that   during   1926   a   survey "of   large  blocks of the abandoned area will be  made in an effort to find a solution of;  the problem presented there.  .Mr. Hoadley sees rehabilitation "for  the southeast with livestock, sheep or  cayttle, with corn growing to supply  winter feed. The growers have  formed the Alberta Corn Growers' Association and will hold the first Alberta corn show next November in  Medicine Hat. Greetings from the  corn growers of the sister province  of*] Saskatchewan were conveyed by  President Hoifman of the Saskatchewan Corn- Growers' Association of  Maple Creek, at a' dinner of ������orja en-  thusiastsY     ?-," A A   ,r ^=  >'Mr. Hoffman told of'the-formation  laOf the Saskatchewan- organization  three years ago when, 'owing to dry  weather,-it was found'Imperative that  some way- be found to grow, winter  feed for livestock and help, control  soil drifting and'--. other farming  troubles with the assistance of tlie government and , the, university. -Tbis,  with a donation of $250 a year for five  years from the Ogilvie Milling Company, enabled the association to hold  its annual show. Altogether the shojv  costs fromu*$2,000 to ������2,500 annually.  Noted   Meteorologist Says  It Will   Be  Followed liy Late Spring  A severe winter for the American  continent," witli heavy snowfalls and  long continuing cojd waves, broken* by  warm periods of brief duration, is bre-  dieted Toy Herbert J. Browne, widely-  "known -meteorologist.  ' An abnormal condition, lie holds, is  pointed to bjf mans" factors, including,  the record breaking cold in many parts  of the continent this fall, beginning,  with the first .snows, in the -Northwest  September IS, four days, before the  official end of summer. ^  The winter,* he^JielieVes^Vill, be  followed by a late, spring. -  - Primarily, the* predictions are based  upon a study of ocean surface temperatures as determined by the amount of  the sun's heat .reaching tho earth. This  solar radiation for jpriore than, three,  years has been below normal.' The  present weather situation, lie says, indicates that the world is facing a cori-*  dition ywhlch will interfere- seriously  with crops, the,cold fall and winter  in prospect being but forerunners ol  tlie next two years.  A serious situation developing in the  southern hemisphere in lhe crop year  of 1926 to 1927 and in the northern  hemispheie In 1927 is predicted."  Where   Newspapers- Are   Cheap  News reporters at Sofia presumably"  exist on what many    newly    married  couples always feel they-can fall back_  on���������love and fresh water.      The-average reporter receives about $S a month  and    an    important    editor" - such    as  Nikola Mileff, who  was-i assassinated,  receives less than -$50_ a month.  ���������j Sofia has 14 - daily newspapers and  they sell'for about three-fourths Of a  cent each. '    -"  Will  Be  Summer In "f926  The    prediction   that' the year 1926  would be without a summer and prove  a .menace to the world's grain crops.  largely been directed , into channels "  where iu will be of the greatest bene- ;  fit to the Dominion., Government ^  statistics show that 65 per cent, sjrthe'  immigration to the - Dominion from ���������  overseas, in the- first three months or T  the fiscal year and 64 per cent, of that ";  from the "Cnited States was agricul- >  turair  The trend is gratifying in view of  -the fact that future Canadian expansion largely binges on agricultural development aad that it is usually estimated   that  a   settler  placed   on   the'  land  makesr*way for another in^the .  Various  phases  of Dominion activity T.  providing for the farmer's multiform \L  needs.      No matter what the state;of-;  Canada's    economics    in other .directions, agricultural opportunity always  exists;  both,  for* the farmer "and   his;  helper.       There   are --alvjays   advant- "*  ageous. openings   for   settlement   and  the demand  for  farm labor i_f ""-Sever *  fillet!.     * " /'_  Despite the general view that liome-  steadicg; is a pitaseof land settlement  belonging'to the' past, there-are-* yet  large blocks of land containing millions of acres to be so occupied in  Western, Canada, and new sections are  periodically being opened for filing.  There are -sfnallei* blocks held, by the  ..Canadian Pacific Railway and other  interests where farm? are procurable *  at low prices and on easy terms. There  are, in Western Canada, .some 25,000,-  000 acres on each side of existing railroads and within fifteen miles of them,  hobl  in  an uncultivated condition in  which  were  made  by   H.  J.  Browne,  meteorologist df Washington, D.C., in j ono way and another which couid pro-  an address at Wellesley; Mass., is re- [-vide homes for'more than 300,000 new  ceiving little or no support from prom- {-colonists.  inent scientists on the continent.-  liour.-  '*"���������  A Poet in the Mountains  s  Hlllr i.s tlio  clienpi'.Ht  form ol" fiolh-  li.-*-' mnt.orli.il iv. Madtignscnr.  aaia .an. I.,,..., urn . |,.i.i., ...ii.,.-. ,. ,n��������� Ita , i .,���������,__,,. ii,. %l, ,.,,���������  W      N'-    Tf.  1'lllat  B.C, Game Preserve  Big Game Is Now Plentiful In District  Sui-roundlng   Kootenay  National  , ._, Park  Tho gams preserve established by  tho laying aside of'tho Banff-Windermere highway as tho Kootemiy National Park, is proving a gr.eatrasset  in the harboring oi' big "game and\x natural supply for tho fort^tH and game  haurits7fthieh surround its..' bpuud;  hlies. Mooso, deer, elk, ami nibviii-  taln gapiq arb reported nsj numerous,,  'and more hunting of thoao gtime'"_uiji-  niiUpj'liiit*-' booh done by parties thia  past BoaiJclii than in any for several  years/by.cji.., - , v. .,.'    .;������������������-.������������������>��������� > j!7.-   ;  What-Spongeo Eat  lr-l'imt sp������ijgos which are animal lll'c  that Vivos, on lhe ocean floor, cat yollc  coils.'"' Later, as tl.o'fipoiigo grown, it  requires something wore ������olld, and  thia Ih brought by the currents which  sweep minute particles of food into a  hag that la half-mouth and luiir-  Htomneh.-i      ���������  Mutt Have Been Exciting Game  A game of chowHvMnrled in 1914 bi>-  tweeh Krneflt Jackson, of York, South  Carolina, and" James McCavgor, of  New South-Wr.lo;i, Auntralhi,'Ikm just  ended-In a draw. It wan conductcri  by coiro^jbudenco, ������������<i\c:i being iinuln  IllH.'K   '���������������*"'<TV ' 1 ������������-r>   niOTltl'-*.'  '  I     That  homesteading is   still  an  ixn-  j uprtan t    factor   in Western Canadian  Anrelevator iny a London hotel nas jailand  setttenient^i5-.e"ndent*.-".froja^? the  /lift, speed, with \t rate ofv70.Allies an   tbat in the last-fiscal>e*ar^S^oiae-  stead entries were granted in Western  Canada, aggregating an ajpprosimate  area of 61^850^ acre;s,' and- iir-addition  710"' soldier   grant   entries of 113,600  j acres, making a grand total of 728,4S0  acres so se-tled. In the first six  months' of the present year 1,593  homesteads were taken up in the area,  representing 25-ljSSO "acres,    and    23S  .soldierk grants,    representing   "30,OSjD  acres, .juiakingy^a  grand total for  the -  half-year of_92,966' acres    added    *o  t. C_>lOi u      ,_<������A_L<%X4._.C1.___.     __d UlVUlCJlt.  Agricultural opportunity In Canada  always exists despite fluctuating conditions ; in other phases of Dominion  life." It Is always being taken advantage of Lu a greater, or lesser degree. The healthy and optimistic  state of Western Canada as a result^  of the prosperous crop of 1925 should,  in the coining year, bring more Individuals to seize Oils agricultural opportunity both as actual farmers and  farmers 1h i raining -through a gricu 1-"  tural labor.     .  From tho pen" or Michael Hargddon,  of.Montreal, a true and"autheritiQ,poet,  says J. B. Dollard InHhey^Catliollc  Register/' comes this pretty volume,  "Amongt-tho , Mountains," containing  Bo'veiv' boaiil 11'ul pooViis oh tlio' Cana  tlian Rockioii, Titles bi the poems  ai*o. "Banff,".; "Lako !.'^"Cj.6uJse," **M.o-  ;-i_irib. Litko," "EivYcraid "Lake," "Gla-  yoler,'' 'AValovfiill.'' and ^Cnmp -^bng."  ���������"''Above' illuhtrd'tion  Is *bl*''Lake'. Louise  \  in the "Caniidlan Rockies. \  What     better    dcsFripUon,, fbr   bv  iijanco^ could b'e given of Lako Lou Is-.-  4hah  tlio'' following  ntanrza,   taken  nt  random from the poom of that namo:  "In oval framing of thcifnivoBthuo  And  boat* aqpJMihif-f' i?.a.t ! the   maker  ��������� knew,  This Lake 'a Obd'a,, liost-picture;; that  ',,','    1h why  Jle hung it, oh the iiiountains, at the  sky; ^ >  Ho wished It near, that HomtiUmeK He  ,i might show  The i-i'intt* above Ms inaotcrpleco be-  ' 7  '"'��������� -''low." .   >    ���������    ���������  Here is tho concluding Htunza from  a poem on ���������Banff:  There it- no grander place to live,  , And when"through dcatli We go,  li   would bo Hwee-t if wo could oomo  To dwell along the U������jw.  With all the luxuiUiH of earth  iiiiil.   Ut.-iv.i-a... MiippjieH,  LWhfit l-doi-e thnrt Banf������ -"would one re*  7quire       /   ��������� ,.;,...   .     Y  ���������  -77.      .-A.  To make,a paradise?  A poem...on a waterfall* contains  ���������these linoi*:   * ,\  Never old your-music.,ringing  :-';������������������' Since the earth was planned,  ���������'ftjoving, always to the swinging  Of tho mighty master wand  In the Croat Conductor's hand;  ,,; Pleasantly, too, does tlie poet enumerate  other  topographical  charms   of  tho Canadian Rockjes, and tlvo names  'bear with:.*���������'.tliom  an    alluring    music';  peculiarly  their  own:       f   N  Record Cattle Shipments  This year's cattle shipments from  Canada to Great Britain will considerably, exceed 100.000 head. While the  British demand is at present easing  off somewhat, the total shipments for  1925 will be a record, the monthly,,,  average being well over .10,000.;- The  total value of the cattle exported from  Canada to threat Britainwill, it is estl-  numMl,  be about **_2,000,tiOO for   192**.  ''Who could  forgot the Baloo Pa'a-v  y A Mil kaii Valley view r  The Overlook, ihe Cougar Valo  The cayea of Nakiniu,  The1    -*     ' -  It iB so hot In Pimang, Strnita^Set  hlomenn-. In-the Malay Pennlsula, tlint  [trajlic cops some*tines stand on  little  ', rrauarea cf Jnaltf-pg to keep the -":*ve-  * ������".������-nt from burning tlioir feel.  I ���������  I  /������.."IM  IlJUIJJI  I  Cascade    Summer    House,    Ui  creelcp, * /  7 That singing, leaping go:  And .CulryhiudH we'"see afj:iot.  .,. On Uprpc, or tally-ho."  A Sixteen beautifully colored prints of)  BUpcrb lnountnln  Hoonory iiccomn-inr; |  tho. text of this lovely booklet. \  It   makes'1111    upproprlate gift  rov-;  Chrlatnifts  or   Indeed   any   time,  and  ���������vylll bo- < rori 8ti red by nil lovers of the  Canadian Rocky .Mountains." |  <  "Among tho Mountain.n," by ^rfcliacl  Tlnrgadon, 1- pitbllshcd by the South"  um*.Press, 1080 Illeury St., Montreal.'  uO    iX'H La,  IVicBe3in iSros.  , ;13y ahlpidng your own grain you  h.-lp Io i-tcbfiHee prlcj-s, and you'  iincnrr- :-.!!! pri^n-.h-m?., v."h3tb '-*.--<-*  think ivill be !arK';i*"thim usual over  j.rr������-.*f.'t or track prlcej". Wo also  liandlo sfuturem. Ship, to the old  reliable firm ot . -  ItfiloQEjQiiW   BROSk ���������  ������IS3Vi Grain  Exchange 01dg."  WINNIPEG, MAN.  Reference.   Hank   ot*   Nova   S**o.1u  mt ���������i_;"  ff*_-_ff"M*^^^^M������^^W^K_IIW*)ln'|..[agMi*^sBlmg!M.������_!_^  ���������y ���������   ���������.;-";'������������������.';; ';:J;"J ���������;-..?y _y~^r^fg^~^^ "-'-''"  j,7>;:  THE  C3RESTOH  KETSKW  , ;/  ��������� ���������  - * J**  Just to   remind   you   that  we   have   made  y arrangemeats to handle  SULPHUR for Spraying  and  ���������.:���������--.     ...   x-     -   ' ��������� .     y       -��������� ' __       "*-  JFer^ Brand  yTheybigger the quantities we huy the  lower the price. We would appreciate hearing from you at once, at either the Eriekson  or Creston stores, as to how much you will  require^ We would also like you to place  your order for 10 x 12 Gl-ass with us immediately."   ...;...:  ���������'���������     : "   ' Z :  Remember, a full line of Groceries always  on hand���������and we deliver on Saturdays all  orders received up till 11 a.m. of that day.  -- - - -,  Mrs. B. H. Bentley, a former resident of Crestotii' now at Kimberiey,  was renewing- acquaintances in town *_**.  few dayss8ast' sseek. "* * .-.*  Watkins1! Vegetable Oil 8oap,..^-0  cents a 'cake or' dozen cakes for.. $1.  Watkins** baking powder, one pound  tins 40 cents at V. M.-iwaon's.  LoST-r-Betwef*n Creston and Eriekson on the; evening- of January 1st,  gold bar tie -pin," Reward to party  lea ving same at Re vie w. Office.  Birth���������On   January   15th,   at  the  Victoainn Hospital. Kaslo, to Mr. an<T  Tors,   J.   Oeccl    Moore,    'Wynndel,   a  .43aiignter���������-laiella Gwendolyn.  "G. Hendren is. busy with the erec������  tion of a workshop, which- wilt . also  serve as an undertaking parlor,-on his  S������S-,rt?Bfia5**?ST j-r-tnt   %/_stt_iBj_*ai*8Toti'   ���������������*���������*&������._"&������'  mr    ^ '������p"**' ~-*?    ~���������'      ** ������������������-���������������*������-** ������***���������.    - w- ��������� ��������� ���������������. ^  Hay Fob. Saues���������Alfalfa .hay, in  good "COnd tion, price $15 per. ton at  barn; Apply John Bird, Land Settlement Board, Camp Lister, B:C.       .-  .Fob' Sai.e���������Flooring and Drop Siding at reduced prices. Also a. quantity  of No.-2 boards and shiplap. Wynndel  Box & Lumber Co., Ltd., "Wynndel,  -  An early spring seems assured.' On  Tuesday .Postmaster Gibbs. was handing out the first of tbe mail order  houses spring and summer.catalogues.  Coughs atid Colds  Kyal's Pjnoli Ch_fry Cough ������VraP- Kexall Whit������  Pine and Tai*, Cherj*y Bark Cough Syrup,.  -    '     - *  Kelly s White Pine and Tar Mentholated  mew rxvrasic i        . _ mew mooks j  New,.Victor Records!  X  pjicQTfiii mm a nfifiir eTfiDc  GEO, HU KLWHUK  -, i      1  Cooperative Assn.  CRESTON  ERICKSON  SALE bf IMP0UN0E0 HQBSES  Notice is hereby- given that I will,  on TUESDAY, the SECOND DAY OF  FEBRUARY. 1926, sell at Public  Auction, at Ten o'clock a.m. .at the  Pound in the Co*fporation "off the  Village of Creston, the folio wins  impounded animate, namely:  1 Bay Mare. Brand j=; on right hip.  lBay Mare, blazed face.  1 Bay Mare, star on forehead,  unless released before the above date.  WALTER HENDY, Poundkeeper,  Dated Januarv 34- 1988;  Sffloters, Mention!  I have just put in stook a line of  Pipes ranging in price front  25 cents to $1.00.    Call and  see  the   splendid   values  I  liatja ft*. 25tX &������&__. HQCj -  Will  have  a  complete   line   of  TOBACCOS  and CIGAK  ETTES  in  stock in a few  days.  V. MAWSON  CRESTOH.  Local and Personal  __=  OGIL VIE Goods are dependable  Seasonabfe Lines  We are  particularly proud  of our new stock of  Heavy Rubbers  Shirts  Socks  Great  in wearing qualities  and priced right.  Inspect  these   lines���������ita a  pleasure to show them.  es r  m jm* jgn^ H__^ __������'>> .#%_ #a itf8*  tea B jtf_j Q Z eS js^q B y y ^_  Fob Sale���������Kitchen cabinet, almost  new.    Creston Hotel.  Fob Sai_e���������Set of bob sleighs.  Apply C_ Blair, Canyon.  For Sale���������Loose leaf ledger and  binding post.   V. Mawson.    ������  New music, new records, new books.  Creston Drug & Book Store.  Pa the Talking Machine with over 50  records, at $125. Creston Drug &  -Book Store. ���������-  ���������    Three tube Victor Northern Electric  -Radio. y$68 witft-tuhes      Creston Drug  & Book Store. -  ,    School pencils 3   for   10   cents,   and.  .Spencerian pen points 5 for a cents at  "VVMawaon's.    -J   y77-' _.:.77_--. Akk,"  Pi^. Waijtbd-���������Willybuy'a couple of  pigs from two to three months old.  Creston Hotel.  CO. Rodgers was a business visitor  at Nelson a couple, of days last -week,  returning on Saturday.  For. Sa^���������Pair ladies^hockeyhoots  size five, .and skates. Also banjo.  Enquire Review Office, y  Miss-'/Ai Doyle, aeconntant with  Creston Growers*. Limited, spent the  weekend at her home* in Nelson.  Mrs. Pearson of Moyie and :J_rs.  Fransen of Curlew, WtiBh.. are guests  of Mrs. C.-.A7Frans**ri this week,  Mrs. J. W. tio������r ��������� lefp- on Satordiiy  for a short visit with her daughter*'  Mrs. MacDonald, at Sunmieiland,  Miss Alice Embree left on Thursday  on a monthV visit with relatives and  friends at Kim bet ley % and  Wardner.  C. W. Allan,  manager   of   the Imperial Bank, was   a,   weekend,  visitor  with Cranbrook nnd Kimberiey friends  ,| Unless some zero weather is encountered in the very near future  Oreston will have to import its'' ice  supply.  Hay For Salk���������Quantity of No. 1  alfalfa for sale. Price is right and will  deliver it where desired. A. Wealing,  Canyon.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Rose of Medicine  Hat, Alborta, are here for their iisunl  midwinter visit with Mr: and Mrs. J.  F. Rose.  Tbe weather still continue** mild but  gloomy and in the absence of bright  sunshine the sleighing still holds up  fairly well.  Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lroiaby of Sir-  dot were Wednesday and Thursday  visitors in ftnwn, guests of Mr. and.  Mr*. Hayes.  Fob SALK���������Govcrnment Registered  Silver Block Foxes, HMO pair on easy  t*rras of p������ y men t.      H.N. J ARM AN,  Crefeton Hotel.  Horwk Fok Balk���������Ranch horso,  weight 1325 ib������., w������:ll brokc-n and  sound, 3 y^iiro ������ild, price $6<l. John  Garfield, Creaton.  The Freabyterlan Lodlaa" Aid have  their February meeting at the homo  of Mis. Geo. John hoi 1 at tt p.m., Friday, February ftth,  rf������-*.. ��������� /. r-   l" '*���������     ......       4      ,.,-! *���������  __. ..... \s.\j*.m. 4.   ,.������<j      ln.a'a.i^      ibb.     .������4������<ii  noon tea And wale of home made candy  in tii*) XJjjitJil C'lmirch IxmeiOHnt tfr-oiu t*  to B.30 ffnturdriy nftrrnoon, January  80th, to which alt are invited.  /  J        t    m  Manufactured by the most reliable makers in Cauada.v   -t * *  AGENTS FOE  er, Penmanfs$ Watson's and Stan-field's  All Wool Underwear.  CRESTON MERCANTILE  B  COMPANY  . V  LIMITED   "���������' tJiffl1_i^___y ___-__Wf *'fLJmi-mw%1  WW w���������ff.C  fimM*  ___H___fl_* _________ ____u_. Jf'''___f        ________        '   '' -  Ml|S_yS^BB.MmVMm}k\\B8MlSSm wS^Jm^*mm9  The famous CarssM oz.  ., .... ' i.T-^' ��������� ,;-��������� ��������� .''.���������' ���������'���������;-     ��������� *'���������.������������������'���������    ���������������������������--<������������������������������������,'    -  Double across shoulders and" aleeves  and single ply Sfl b^i 4.^0 to $7^60.  I*  :   ���������������������������-,.  ��������� ���������  A full range of BOYS' and YOUTHS' MACKINAWS. The prices are right.  i * .--.  tfntfor"mve>air  ��������� . _'-       ���������   7 r   ��������� "  ^m^mmmf^mmmmmm^mm^mf^mm^'-  Heavy ribbed  100%  Wool Combina*       Mocldnaw/Twecid, made Bidingt..iStag,  .   tions and Two Pieca aud Straight Trousers, 5,00 to $7i50.  < ���������  i . ' ,     , .'*'������������������'',; .        , ��������� '.   ��������� ��������� s*i  In this Una you will find a complete range of Pullpvers,, Lined Mitts and  Gloves, Wool Gloves and Mitts.  llllifwIIQ'  ' ���������'  *.r  ?*  m  M  u  "I  1  ,v'l  .11  1 *

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