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 **|RiH*i  <S5S3>_  rtp������-g;  ^^^^gs^^fea^  W^imm  S  *rf:;-  "i  - i  -pt:������  .v****-  ������*&***  Vol. XVIXa  ORESTON. B. Q.m;pilkY; FEBRUARY 5, 1926  Ho. 51  , J. H. Doyle* sheriff, of Nelson, came  iii on Sunday on an. official visit, and  left for home on Moiiday.   , __,  George Ferguson.- manager of .the  -Nelson Transfer. Company, NeSspe,  came up on a busiuess visit on Sunday  returning the following day.  Ji R. Walklejryof the Cranbrook  M&at Market* Cranbrook. was a business visitor here on Sunday.     _  __.. .     ,-1-^ -     ' _,  Jtvitcnener  lost a couple  or  gooo  citizens  on  Sunday,when  Mr. and  Mrs. 6. M. .Graham left to make their  home at the coast.   He bas been the  bookkeeper for the Continental Pole &  Lumber Company the past year and  was liked by all,  Robert Maxwell, who operates the  Kitchener Hotel barber' shop* left on  Monday on a business visit to Kimberiey,  Mrs. C Neligh .of Spokane arrived  on Tuesday, her husband, who is at  the Leadville mine, coming in to meet  ie!  holm, Grade .6���������Beatrice Molander.  greatest improvement���������Claude Simp-  sou 'Grade &-���������Edith Nelson., Greatest improvement���������Clarence Anderson.  Grade 4���������Elsie Kelson. Greatest improvement���������Willard Blair. .' Perfect j ^_ ,  attendance���������Mildred Andeen. Ludwig j ^J^^A^Z^I  . mm _-������_ _ ��������� ��������������������������� - -    CVj^VUUVIi     4ft*k������ VAay  end it is a .safe  W-uat Irrigation  liMi^^.Ee1illS  ���������--.<{.���������'���������-: ���������*J-J^.l.>*-J'':.������^--^J./JV:;".-'-:'*-r/.-.''ll*r!?.^".J '   ../'   .-������������������'������������������   ':.'." ���������' -/-J '.*H-J C  Creston on Friday,for the funeral.of  the late Charles .Fransen, The six"  pallbearers were also"!crises associates  of the deceased at Sirdar.  A������r������_<kM������<->������    __-*-������nn,mn_n.   a _~.*._r������~OT.._  TS7_������ia������. i ->"_r**"������'������v*  A* A. McBean from Natal, a Calgary  hat Arm traveler, was a business  visitor here on Tuesday.    ,  A. LePage. Alex. Elli&, Joe Russett,  Henry Matt and Tom^ Kennedy, who  have been working at Ross Spur, for   2h Geroux for the past eight months,  arrived here ori~ Wednesday- Ontheir  way they stopped off ai Kelson for a  couple of days Visit with friends.  -Geo, Johrson,   P. Burns  Co.  man  ager at Creston, was a business visitor  here on Sunday between trains? looking for a spot to get a summer supply  of Ice. .   *  Geo. Beg_; of, the Putnam, palmer <&  *   Staples, Ltd., staff was a, visitor -aerg  Blair, Dennis Bush/ Clara Hunt, Viv .  ian -Langlois. Vera McGotfega], Bea- ] Vr?ek  trice Molander, "Richard Molander  Myrtle Strong, Marjorie Strong,  Claude Simpson, George Wicfchol-ji,  Olga Nelson, Elsie Nelson,' Edith  Kelson, MerSef Swanson, SSaaer *Liad=������  bloom.. ' **--    ���������  Miss 'Bevan*s rt port for Division 3- is  as follows: Highest standing. Grade  8���������Nettie Andi*osofl.. _ Greatest im-  provement^-Burrell * Swanson.>Grade  2-i Hazel McGotiegal and Celina. langlois, equal. Greatest improvement���������  Myrtle Anderson. Grade 2b���������Mar.e  Arb" Greatest improvement���������Charles  Bush. Grade 1���������Highest* standing���������  Dorothy Hamilton. Greatest Impreve-  menfc���������Eva Arb, Perfect attendance'  ���������Myrtle Anderson, Laura Androsoff,  Mary Androsoff,. Nettie. Androsoff,  Eva iArb, -Marie A|b, Charles Bush,  Dorothy Hamilton, Margaret Hamilton, Mildred Hamilton, . Hazel Ste  Gonegal, Grace Strong, Burrelt  Swanson, .  Reg.   Bartholmew,-who   has   been  three were gathered j relieving W. Neil on the yard engine,  olA*    * \\Mrn. nMiuaiitr-. I |������^*������   *-^4*=-~?^������_^_    $-_r*   />���������������*���������������,Vfc_*������^_f..lr     au_in_r|-- T%_3V_.  jv-.tisftf-ww  Harry Yerbury, who has been  working at Yahk for some time past,  isl-acm*- on* a visit' Sar -*������ ,���������*? days this  month. ":*  tThe Boy Scouts were very pleasantly entertained at a dinner at the home  of Mr*, and Mrs. Byrne on. Wednesday  fright last, the affair being ip honor of  *M������ster Jim's birthday-.  guess-that tbe Arrow  irrigation project was under  discussion. "All interested had received  the circular letter and accompanying-  post card and the great question was  whether to return the card signed for  or against irrigation.  In connection with the signing of  the postal it is fou:n4, that 'some ere  hesitating to sign **Yes*" fearing tbult  it commits them' to-irrigation���������^something they are not- prepared to definitely "commit "* themselves to without  further information;*-. To alFwho have  received cards -it would be /well lb  point out that the pbject of these is  simply to find out how many f_vox"  |J irrigation. If a sufficient acreage  signs --yes** then the committee know  irrigation is wanted -^anrf will proceed  to get the ranchers together and give  them' all the facta and figures in the  report. If a majority of the acreage  replies "No" then there is nothings for  i t but. to drop the matter at once.  In connection with payingf or irrigation the Review is asked to state that  it is proposed to spread the payments  over a period of 20 years, so that if &x  man with 20 acres goes in for the .water and the cost is* to be $75 per acre,"  and should the water be ready for. him  to use" on July _sW 1026. he will on  July 1st, 1827. be, called upon to pay  $75 and'interest on the principal sum  involved on 20  acres,  and  whatever*  i 1U_������   ���������~t...���������.-vJ  Suaw   * cvuiuvu  ' vvnitesmes is  l^**J**"*������5  ���������**���������____***������������������_!���������     ___-_������������������_>a  ling the engine.  trains  -Mrs. Brawn was a between  visitor at- Creston on Saturday.  Roy Proctor went to Cranbrook on  Sunday, where he will probably visit  for the week.,    - -  One of the old landmarks of Sirdar,  the Sirdar Hotel building, is being die*  mantled. H. Hughes, who has had it  for the past few years; is moving tb  Nelson to locate.  James Mannerino was a business  visitor at Creston between trains on  Monday.*  ^  Geo. JaTnsen of Kuskanook has been  a daily visitor at Sirdar last week,  looking after the hay haul and work at  the North Ranch as both Mr. and Mrcg  North were laid up with -colds, but are  now around again as usual.  ' Yardmaster Loasby left on Tuesday  on a business vu.it to Edmonton and.  Calgary, Alberta, expecting to return  at the end of the week.  _> -  Dei tl* removed a. familiar figure in  Sirdar's life on Sunday night when  Lee Yat, who has been cook at the  C.P.R. boarding bouse for the past  Sine years, died in the Nelson hospital.  |~He had been indisposed some days  previous, but it was only Sunday tbat  the case was serious enough  to make  ' A very-enjoyabie e^aii-iijji ^as spr-nt  at the home of W* H. Kemp last Ft i-  day,"when a number of young folks  [from Ericfesbn and- Creston organized  a- $nf>prise party in honor of Misses  Joan atsd Molly Kemp; A sleighing  party,_with cards and dancing featuring the evening,   , -  Geo.' Cartwright spent tbe weekend  Witb friends in Cranbrook and Kimberiey.  Mx'.and Mrs. W. Percival of Yahk  spent the weekend with the lattere  parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Dodds. Mis.  Percival is remaining for awhile, hut  Bill returned to Yahk on. Monday.  R. 'J. I<ong returned last week from  a business trip   to  Okanagan--points.  The senior grades Bad a extra day  from school this week due-to Miss'  Tretnbath being confined to tbe^ouse  with a severe cold on Tuesday.  -Coasting is as good this winter as it  has4>een for years, and consequently  the young folks are making good use  of all the hills, especially Goat Rives  hill.  Evidently more than a few ranchers  are looking for a fruit crop this year.  Manager Littiejohn. at the co-op. .store  reports several orders already ih for  sulphur for spraying and suggests  early ordering by all orchaidists.  on-Simciay. **--* *- >"\**    -' *" - ~^~  "' - -        ~ ������������������,y v-  Dick Joyce, manager of the Continental "Lumbery<&; Pole Company, ������������td������,  was a business visitor in-Oranbrook on  Thursday last* getting back' the  following day.  John MclntOsh of Cranbrook was a  business visitor here on Saturday,  going barium Monday.        ,  Miss Edith Geroux and Omer Geroux went to Cranbrook on Friday on  a visit with Mrs. Omer Geroux, who  in a patient in the Cranbrook hospital.  A. IjePage'went to Cranbrook ou  Friday, and on his way u���������ck made a  visit at Moyie, getting back to Kitchener on Monday.  Joe Ruasett went to Moyie on Friday, returning on Saturday.  Henry Matt left  on  Thursday  for  Moyie, where he will make his home  ,"ln future.^ .'  William Rankin, tie inspector here,  went to Cranbrook for a weekend visit  with his family. -������  Harry Spence. manager^of the Sash  As Door Company, Ltd.. was at Cranbrook Sunday, getting back next day,  Wm. Strong has completed hie log  cutting contract with the Sash & Door  Company, Ltd.,"and has moved back  to town again.  Mr. and Mrs. Swanson and sons,  Morley and kiyrl, went to Canyon on  -Monday.. ���������  Mtsaes L. Andeen and E. Nelson  made the trip by horseback on Hatur-  diiy to the Su&h & Door Company  operations npd Inspected the one-man  -brake that keeps the loads of logs  .fiom getting away on tho downhill  trip. . '  C. R. Paulson of Spokane was a  business visitor here on Sunday.  Ernest Geroux ol MoyIe*cairrte up on  , Monday for u visit with it's people  v  here.  4 -'������������������'*  A whist nnd dance was stoged In  Hnnt'fl Mall on Saturday nlfrht where  everyone had a real fine time. Tho  prisno winners at cards were Alias  iMLildrcd Andeen and Dick Joyce. The  oondolntion honors were carried off by  MKats Clara Hunt and M. K. Dewlin.  Miss BanditU |ui.i'"ipjil, of Kitchener  school, has IhmiuhI the fuUowhig a������e|iurl  for January for Division It Highest  standing.     Grade   If���������-Olga     JMcison.  Gt*e������it4"Bt Improvement���������Myrtle Wick-  '--;-f1feen:-r-%nlployed  Atbts__^^ed:  ���������c*.*j4?. J5>r.-p  i^^eJE-^v-'y-'----  tchene^'inis  winter, arrived home at the end of the  week, but the latter haa left to work  on the log habl at the Winlaw eamp.y  C. H. Phillips of Kimberiey was at  his ranch at the end of the' week. He  was called to the Valley to adjust tho  fire insurance on the Hurl home at  Canyon, which went U|$ in smoke one  day last week.  This district waB also Visited ' by*  disastrous fire on Tuesday night, January, 16th, when ths Tons Ross house  on the former John Huscroft ranch,  went up-in smoke. It was occupied by  Mr. and .Mrs. House, whb managed to  save what effects they bad on the  ground floor, but none of the upstairs  annualcbarge ie nsade for the uiasn-|t^ehospitAi visit necessary, and be] jJ^k_McRobb,^who^is wroking^at  tenance of tbe system. These, main-1 die^ within a few* hours of reaching i the Coutiu-ental ������<i������e,Klock<uann, ������as  tenance costs are all included in the  the hospital.    He.wasat least������5 years1" ������������������-"������* ���������- n,K~J-- "s������** *   *"  stuff could he ggt out.  Plans are being cnjide for the visE t  on Suturday of tbe Enst Kootenay  scoutmaster. Major Hicks of Cranbrook, who is -due here to officially  inaugurate they boy scbiit work at  Lister.- It-is expected a couple of king  scouts will accompany liim, and-tbe  local troop looks,forward to an enj<������y  able and profitable gathering.  According to tbe report of Principal  Jenks  03 per cent, of  the  scholars  enrolled at Lister school were in constant   attendance:   during   January.  Tne  highest   standing  honors  were  carried off by George Chudley, John  Joba Malthouse and James Byrno in  Grade ft.   Frank Byrne, Jack Bird and  Charlie Malbhouse in Grade 7.   Rilly  Yerbury, Peggy Smith, George Mitch*  ell,/Wallace  Slnolair,  Neddie Smith  and Irene Wollspilng In Grade 5.  Tho"  perfect attendants -were  Jack  Bird,  James Byrne. George Ohndley^ John  Malthouse, ObarHo Malthouse, George  Mitchell,    Walliico    Sinclair.     Billy  Yerbury. '.���������...,,  McCullough report; and. will be given  out When the growers are called  together. ". v * ' v "���������*__,.--  1 In figuring up whether irrigation is  worth -the price that will have.-.tone  paid** we trust-allwill take Into account  the domestio supply - of water that  irrigation will also give. Where two  or three head of stock is kept it would  not be extravagant- to say domestic  .water would not be expensive at $30  per year..      J' '       " -"   ������_  Another feature  that  should  have  very serious -consideration is this.   If,  for instance, 2500 acres   signs   up  for  irrigation  the   main   pipe   line   from  Arrow- Creek will be just of sufficient  size to take care  of 2500 acres,   and  ranchers who do not' get in   on   the  system at its inception will not be able  to  get  in   later  at  any   price.' The  smaller the main pipe line the less the  cost^of installation; and' maintenance  hence the plan to put in   a  pipe  juisfc  large  enough   to  supply   the   actual  needs Of  tfibse   who IftWgurate  the  system.   The experience of those who  stayed out of the Eriekson and Canyon'  "community irrigation Byatenia. and are  sorry,  for y it    fcoday , should   not be  deliberately repeated   on   the  Arrow,  Creek project.  Wbile the conmnttee appi-ecSaSe tbe  serious consideration the growers are  giving the-matter before sending In  their cards, it is asked that a reply be  made nob later than the lSth of  February. Cards that have come to  hand are encouraging',' nnd-.it is very  desirable if the project is favored that  construction should start at the very,  earliest possible date eons to have the  water for the 1020 crop.  of age, and the funeral took, place  under Ghbaeae Masonic auspices .-jn'  To'esday.---"^'"-'"^^-'   -*'~ 'J^^*?"  3J*_S^Kea"  ���������XjXim.  Funeral of Chas. A. Fransen  a Sunday to  home here,  at the mine.  Tuesday visitor  at  bis  There is ten feet of snow  Mv. and Mrs. Swanson and family,  who have, been residing ptb Kitchener  whii^; the former'was employed at  Bill Strong _ logging operations, returned tb~ Canyon last -week,- the con*  tract being filled.  A move ia on foot here to launch a  branch of the Royal Society for the  Prevention of Cruelty to ^ Animals.  The need for sach, an organization ia  more insistent, thin ever this winter  with so many homeless horses gunning  theioadp.  O. M. Samuelson, who is *~in charge  of United Church work at Yahk,  Moyie and Lumber ton, waa fcome���������* a  few days at the end of last week.  United Farmer members are reminded of the   February  meeting  at  the  The funeral of th<T late Charles A.  Fransen.   who.  passed   away  at  his  home in Creston # on   January   23th,  took place on'' Friday afternoon from  the Presbyterian Church, with many  oldtime   friends    and    acquaintances  turn in jf out to pay a last tribute of  respect.   The service was in^KSfge of  Rev.    Dr.   Daly,   who   delivered   an  address, and the remains were interred  In Creston cemetery, G.  Brown, R.  Dunnes,' C. M. Loasby, S. McUaber J.  McDiarmid and T. Rogers officiating  as pallbearers.   Xhe esteem in. which  Mr. Fransen was held was eloquently  bespoken in the manyfloral tributes,  amongst which were a plllowfrotn the | schoolhouse on Saturday night.  funiily; sister Bertho, Curlew, Wash., I     .   ������������������   .   ���������     -   ..      __, ...  ���������* ���������  -       i    A number  of  the  younger set at  Canyon gathered at the home of Mrs;  Mobexg on Saturday night,' and were  very    pleasantly:   entertained   with.  musical selections. *  .     Letter of Thanks  We wish to express thanks to the  doctor and to all our'friends who so  willingly helped during the long and  trying Illness of Onarles Alfred  Frauccn. . WIFE. AND DAUQHTSE.  Sirdar  Letter, of BerBstvetnent'  We olncorclv th������������k all tbose who bo  kindly assisted ua In any way in our  sad bereavement through the loss of  our beloved huoband and father, and  all who so generously donated floral  tributes ami stunt ������vrirjiNsaioirm mf fivin-  Ki.thy.    SORROWING WIFE AND  AUGHTElt.  J  Mrs. Cherbo was a visitor with  Cranbrook friends u few *l_y*'-this  weds leitvlng for that city on Satur-  day-    . ..:.,,, .        7'"...' .*"���������'  G. Janson'of Kuakanuok was here  on Saturday, en route to Cseston on a  business visit.  Due to'tho'non arrival at Creston of  fi.be waw Engllsb ChnrcTh. ttrctor; B!r*i!ar  will be without service- on Sunday  morning, 7th.  The B &B crew Is still at work on  the icaal.. cbute and will bo moving  next to the Landing where, the piling  Is to have some needed repairs mode.  Me-tdanies  Lombardo,   Rogers  and  JUJUMuy ������������**ul  Quinn  and  spray; Mr. and Mrs. Mbntjseli^r,  Moyie* wreath;' Mr. and Mrs. A*  Pierson, Moyie, spray; Mr. and Mw.  Fitch, Moyie, spray; G. Ybshi, Movie,  spray; Mr, and Mr&* Gundeuu, spray;  "Em p'ioyees main ten ance of Way,'  wreath; - Presbyterian Ladies* Aid,  spray; Mr. and' Mrs. J. W. Dow,  sp������*ay? Mr. and Mrs. P. Lombardo,  Sirdar, cross; Mr, and Mrs* R. Dennes,  Sirdar, crescentt Mr. and Mrs. Loasby  Sirdaf, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. Rogers,  Sirdar, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. G. Cam,  8?rdar, Bpray. Deceosed was in -his  58rd year, being born in Sweden, on  November 21,18*73, and came to^Oan-  ada in 1800 and entered the employ of  the Canadian Paplflc Railway, He  was married at, Golden, B.C., In 1809,  his bride arriving In Canada from  Sweden tbe same year. Ho loaves to  mourn his passing a widow; one  daughter, Mrs. F. Hurlbert, Moose  Jaw* Sask.; and three sisters, Mrs, F.  E. Fransen, Curlew, Wash.; Mrs. U.  T. Johnson. Port Wing, Wia.*. Mrs. F,  Gustason, of Sweden. v ���������  +.M4Jaam.m>t  ** af . #-,    a. .,  *aa*au<MM'a4aa,>,.  John  Tolerlco  were  at  Po-0-fcm-sr Fow SMiu���������2& Plymouth  Rock pulletB, all laying. F. A. Jackson, Oreston.  Von Sa_*H!���������Government Registered  Silver Black Foxes, $S40 jMuir on esmy  terms of "pay mo tit. H. N. J ARM AN,  Oreston Hotel.  APFX.K8 Foi������ Sauuj���������A fow^prateaof  Mcintosh Red, going nt 91 per erato  while they last.    Will deliver in town.  W. J, Truscott, Creaton.  Hav Fob, Saub���������Alfalfa hay, io  good  condition,  price *1S per ton at  M"M'*".   -    Sm.lH>ty   a_>,.������������������������    BB^.U.   o^a*a.a.������4-  ment Board, Camp Lister, B.C.  Tuesday was groundhog dayan-das  the day was sunny it is safe to assume  he saw his shadow and has gone back  Co coves-, fcwid'- ati-tSaar sis. cr&sks- "o  winter must follow.  At a meeting of, the vocal talent of  the United Church after the service  on Sunday evening a choir was organised, and from now on will have  charge of the musical part of the  service. Iu the past Mrs. Knott, as  organist, has also had to lead the  singing. x-  A. G. ^arauelsodi has just had the  telephone installed In his residence,  making four of these instruments now  In use at Canyon.  Friends of Mm. J. W. Wood will be  pleucHsd U������ liojiu- **lmui Im j_rou_d uguSiii.  after a as vere attack of la grippe.  Tbe Ladles* Community Club have  booked the night of Wednesday, 17th  March, for a concert, which is likely  to be neld In the new hall.  Bob Burnels off  woifk  at  pre-tent.  I wlib a. ccrSonsSy Inj-red foot, "whiels  he unstained one day this week  Whilst at work moving Ilea with m  pick he socldentaily struck hluiuulf  on the foot with tbe pick.  At the meeting of tbe Mission Baud  on Saturday afternoon Mrs, Moborg  and Miss E. Samuelson   were  named  ���������/, .>���������������_,* charge In. the ateenco of Miss  Rita Strong. THM   BUS VIEW,    GRESTON,    B.    a  Says  Canada As A, Natipilal Unit  Impressed  By  Canada  Has    Beat    Climate    in    World  British Visitor  "EngTa&d is rather in ihe^foasoment  as to cliriikte, while Canada-is on the  beat floor of that_ great house, the  British Empire, said Lady Cowan, a  distinguished British visitor in Toronto, who gave a brief address at the  meeting of -the Municipal' Chapter,  XSaUsliters Ol the' Empire.  * Lady Cowan' has travelled almost  across    the    Dominion    and has met  many  hundreds  of  Canadian, women.  ...      ������  She expressed the -greatest admira-"  tion for the wonderful work they were  doing for the ^Dominion and for the  empire.    "_  "I was a lover of rhe empire before  I came here," she said, "but 1 do not  think I, am putting it too strongly when  I say that I am thrtlled with what I  have seen of Canada."  The conference held in "Winnipeg last month of two hundred representatives of Boards of. Trade and' Chambers of Commerce from every province in  Canada, and called together for the avowed purpose of frankly discussing the  economic situation and needs ot Canada, and from which-^iseussion all partizan political considerations' and -controversies were rigidly excluded, gives  promise of having inaugurated a; new era in the discussion and consideration  of practical questions and problems. At the: concluding: session; one delegate  characterized it as tlie ''second Canadian confederation^" and; apart' from the  important resolutions, all unanimously adopted, provision was made . fox* - the  continuation of the work of the conference by the: forming, of a t)oniinion  Boa i-d. of Trade.   ':'."  There was plain speaking at The conference, and no minimizing of the extent of the problems and difficulties at present confronting the Dominion/ but,  in all respects, "there was a pronounced note of confidence in Canada and In  the courage/ability and determination of the Canadian peoipie to work" out.  their own and their country's salvation. Canada^fias progressed greatly during th������ first fifty years of confederation, hut "the conference was agreed that  in the years just ahead of it will be found its "great..oppbrtunity, which, if fully  grasped,. wilL lead to a future of brilliance, abounding development and prosperity.   . 7-,     ....-'      '."���������'. 77.    T-    '"' -  The object of the confei*ence was to bring together .^representative business men from the.Maritime Provinces,* Ontarioy-ahd Quebec, the Prairie Provinces, and British Columbia, in order that the problems or grievances and the  economic outlook of each'of these four main sections might be frankly presented and just as frankly discussed in the hope that as a result:a better understanding might result".and a spirit .pf give and take, of compromise, of a  willingness Lo get together be 'developed. .The-conference was unquestion  ably a success in these respects. .-:;, :    . "  The economic situation in the Maritime*. Provnices received lengthy-and  sympathetic consideration, and" it was generally agreed that.action should b,e  taken to help solve the problems at present confronting^that portion of the  Dominion. Maritime representatives strojigly/urged that it was essential  that steps be taken to encourage ifhe use���������.pi^S.'^n.adl^'s Atlantic seaports^and the  diversion to those ports ot* much of the.^Canadiaa"  markets thrugh the United States. On. the*Mother hand-the steadily growing  importance'of trade via the Pacific routeand the^Panam'a.'Canal to, Europe, was  outlined. Then, between"these two,'"the case ior. the "development of the St/  Lawrence and Gteat Lakes waterways to .enable ocean-going vessels to come  well into the interior of Canada and Great Lakes'vessels, to proceed'overseas,  without breaking bulk, as well as the development of the Hudson Bay route,  were presented. In time, no doubt, all these routes wiii be fujly utilized, but  the question now is, apart from purely political or sectional considerations,  which offers the most immediate and greatest beneficial results to Canada as a  whole. ''')'".'  Ih regard to another question,.however,'.namely the coat 3nlning industry,  it was found that -the interests of the Maritime Provinces anil'Alberta.-are  largely identical, and one oi* the gratifying'results of the -conference was a  joint meeting ot" men from these two widely scattered sections to draft a  resolution covering this question, not from;A Provincial or local point of view,  but from a broad national, standpoint. -  The conference likewise disclosed a wonderful -unanimity of opinion on the  subject of immigration. Par East and Far West united with'the more centra! Provinces In declaring that Canada's greatest need- was more population  in order to assist in carrying pi-c-sem national burdens of taxation, to "solvo  our complex railway and transportation problems, and to develop the wealth  or: national 'resources of which Canada can hqaaj:. There was canal unanimity in declaring that recent administrations at Ottawa have, heen neglectful  oi" the essential national work of immigration, and an unequivocal demand  made for -!h_ inauguration and prosecution of a. most aggressive immigration  pel ley.     . ...  Tangible iv-suHs may ha. expected from the conference, hut its greatest  value will doubtitesx be found in the promotion of that better understanding  between all -^:---dons of she Dominion which was the basic idea underlying the  holding of t.h-- -co-nfercmce. It ia even not, too much to hope that, the confer-  on rr. ha.*-: sivort Kuirkf-d impetus to the development of that more intangible  thing whirl: Canada has lacked, and the lack of which has taeeu causiiife real  loneorn nr.-l .jvr.n j'-i������j-ardizln������. tin- future of the Dominion, namely, a national  ���������i-i.lrii.. ������..  'f[\o. \VJiuiip������r--. oonf.-ronri! thought and acn  fli"- J)oiiilrit-;n Parliament ha* j"������-ldom a'*hl**v������*il  ���������������_'  much fiiiur*-' A*ond  1'i-r1  '.'anadu.  bQllf  !*!$  Subdiieca by "Nerviliiien  A Few Drops Bring Relief  The wonderful relief you get from  twenty drops of Nerviline will..surprise  you.; ^ Take it ini sweetened1 water,  and almost immediately you feel better. ..Nerviline brings up the gas caused by ..fermenting food, and relieves  that distressed feeling in the stomach.  When- colic or cramps strike you at,  night, Nerviline is. a sure relief. For  general use in the family, for emergent ills, always keep trusty Nerviline  on hand.    '"35c at all dealers.  Indian Woman Dies  On Hunting   Trip  Widow  Was  pf   ..Quebec.    Trapper  : : Hundred Years Old  Mrs. Louis^'Thomas, widow of an  Indian ^.trapper, .'of. Lake Kisklssing,  Quebec, died suddenly while punting,  'according to a. verdict of a coroner's  jury. She wa^"supposed to-be 100  years/.of''age. ^..-....yy-y'  'Mrs7Thomas liveid in a camp near  the: lake and.-a-few days after she left  for -her; last huntingy trip:, her canoe  was found.^ upside : down and full- of  game,- The .body was found in the  lake, a few yards from the canoe, and  it is thought thaiy-Mrs. Thomas died  of heart  failure  while  hunting".  Radium Found By  Mechanical Bloodhound  University Professor Constructed Device Which Located Lost Tube  Six.'weeks patient search with a bks  dhanical bloodhound has ' resulted > in  the finding in a sewer pipe of- a tiny  tube containing $800,000yworth of ra-  diunt which disappeared vfrom a hospital at"rSt. Pfcul,. Minn." * Professor A.  TS* TT*_li*-iV'i'T������5^1'P<S^**'ri'       >i<vn_-1'    rf\f!      4V������*\       -nliv^t/in  _���������>��������� *avu\>. ������*wM-h*_lV.b^j A4VMbU        *Kf^.        n,m������\j-        _S*������J OJ.*������yC3^  department,,"University of ^Minnesota,  constructed ioniztion chamber detectors which were attached to electroscopes and" began to hunt along sewers leading from the hospital-.  The detectors led hirii to a-nine-inch  pipe in a sewer tunnel: '- The radium  tube was "found within two inches of  aTmark* he made on the pipev  \  Recognize   Osteopathy  Canadian Osteopaths May Be Granted  Full   Recognition "  Dr. S. O. Miiiay, of "Montreal, speaking on behalf of the "Canadian Osteopathic Association' at Toronto,* stated that a bill was to be -put through  the Dominion Parliament this winter,  in the shape of an "amendment*to the  Dominion Medical Act, according doctors of osteopathy full" recognition, in  that they possessed the same qualify  cations as the*older medical profession. ��������� *  Be cure this  trade mark  ia' on the  cheese you  buy. Our re-  ���������Msiafios-i ������-t  behind, it.  There is mly<m&  Kraft ���������hgg$e  emmmt  ������n -* __,    ____.'*   .** ..." ��������� : ��������� ��������� -. ^__n  *&HHZftt_  ...< &odusweJ>aUmts \  CHILDREN DKE  BABY'S 0WNTABLETS  >'  il .nationally in a way that oven.  Tiil������. in ttseir, holds promise i  Because They Are .Tasteless and  \   Are Easy to Take  One of the strongest points in favor  of .any medicine for. ^children Is that  it is so agreeable that" the mother  does not have to force' it down the  little one's throat.  Baby's Own Tablets;have no drug  taste, may be crushed to a, powder if  de'sired,: and babies,.like them. "They  are perfectly safe for they contain  no opiate or narcotic.'- They sweeten  the stomach and remove.the cause of  fretfulness. ������������������������;������������������:/������������������'-���������; 7 ./7--  Mrs. Arthur Chai*Ie;l)ols^yPawAuclcet,  R.I., saj-s: ''I have fofah'dyBaby's Own,  Tablets to bo a gentle-laxative and a  safe. remedy -.for stomach * disorders In  children. Our little boy had been  given harsh cathartics,.-but:these-tablets "worked more effectively without  the severe' griping. ~I can recommend them to all mothers of little children." '..'A.  Bahy's Own Tablets are ������sold by  medicine dealers or by-mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  MedicineCo., Brockville, Ont,^  ������������������   ���������. . , .   ,    ��������� \  ���������    .������������������'..  Horsesi Going Into Discard  , Farm and Ranqh-Review, in reviewing the atatiatlcs of horse population in Canada, says that 20 to 30 per  cottt, of the pre son t farm'-horse stock  will go Into -the tllsjoard within Ave  yearH, and the young stpekis not there  to take their plnces. ������������������,  '���������'���������'���������  ���������  vanauiaQ   nbtoricai- stamps  New issue Will Shortly Be Placed On  . Sale  According to an - announcement by  the post office department, the first ot  a series of Canadian historical sttfhips  is - soon to be issued. The new issues will be three in - number���������one  bearing the portraits of Baldwin-^and.  LaPontaine; a second, the portrait of  Thomas D'Arcy McGee; aud a third,  the portraits of Sir Wilfrid Laurler-aml  Sir John MacDonald. '-In addition to  their educational value," says the de-*  partment announcement, "thes* are  also likely to be widely sought ami  highly valued hy statnp collectors in  different parts of the world."  Long Standing Asthma. Miacnj- have  suffered so Song frojti. asthma and have  tried .so many so-called remedies thej"  think that there is .no real help for  them. They should read the letters  received hy the manufacturers of Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy from  hundreds of cases once as desperate  as their own. Even in long-neglected  cases this famous preparation brings  prompt help.  [f,    itppoar."* r. ihat  :'.;������!h-"i' ha.s  oonn'  to  '���������  ������-xplanaii������-in   ol'   rudEo'  ho ray."-. L*  ...till i-i it!.  rui     t.:xi'*-rUM\*iCi\  Im  ("runt   wllh. ,'in  howFIn'*.   lladlo.  In fancy.  Pri_������  At  Coast  Fruit  IMPROVE YOUR POSITION m LIF������ !  WV> iiist nioi In Hi'* followl-ii. BnliJ<_et������r j  lJO.ll.MKI{i.'|A|.,- Sl-c-rlhftnrl, 'I'yjK-wrK-- j  frif-, llooUU.'ivplnuf. M---r'|-i.i-.'������ cln I, A.<*roifo .������ j  r\nr.y, ��������� '<iiBiin������*-������-c*ri>l! t.nvr. < "or urn ������>rr������������t������r. i  J'>lnljiplirn.B\ l.j.-.liitr: M������cl.1n������\ .Sf.'l������arn������n������ i  ������*lilo. <"r>inni-..TClril Art. tJealun, l-"a������liloa |  l.)r."vxv|inr. I  KMCrVKf-MirS'O   - -, I-"!''.-. -���������'- Tr--������.l.       *."("-*'i ������nt������- >  fnl,      ftla-nni        l.ffrlV:*r.-tlr-)n,   '  f"'������'������*������rilMtry,  Hiin-n-'lni',    A i-i'l.lia'ftn rf.   <*lvi!   Kniflni������<vi'' ;  Invt,   A n loni <s\ ilia*   f.'i i.-l iir'i-"-lni.,   '"aflnli-n;  Kit ,  -rrnO'Tlrtrr.    n-i'llo.   Tolf-.-rn r������h v.   l*rlnf*raur.  PuMU'..  NifiJ.  .''-.cli-oo.1 A.  L,'mEv r tl 5 y  C.uble4l*.  ������, a *-rr*r* r * *, v.tJ.    -!-*-!"-*,,"'i,   t -��������������������������� - - ~- ���������-- ��������� ���������������.  i.-iHii,  fSrefl-.   <5**niin".   Hrn.Mmii   .,'���������<_   Hnh.-iri, ,  The trulted T.*o<ohi.ril������_1 SobooEa, Ui \  IMWOM      juikI 3*'-'-t:      f'^illM^'"*'      Urivix,r* ,  ���������r.'nrrlmorc-lftl    aft r:n,>.in-MiriuKi    <-"ulk'ji������>    m x  < .*n nrtfln. ....         I  Corn****   Pnrfnijti &.   l.-������no������W<-',   Wl-.n1p-������a,, ,  BAKKU.S' OI'l'JNH- -\*.'rli.-_ I'r-r c.*U,a- j  lofl-iic nnd lE-it of n:\rd ov-*n:-r, [  .Iful'ljard Uv.-'ii C.miipjui.-y I iOU tjtioon (  ".**.' *':.-! (. Tariroiuo. [  Captured    at    I m peri a  Show In Cryotal Palace  An,4or.liu<"d    Fruit -tlrowcrs ol  Ci'olumbln linvo won Unit, aep-  hlrd pv\y.n������ f������������ tlie doHHoH  appIon exhibited at tbe Im*  Prizes  The  rsritlHh  ond nri-rll  a I a hi_���������������-.-" of  poriul J-'rult shmv Jn the CryHtal Pal-  are, and the (Jntrii-lo .Knill. Urowerfl  hfivf won 1'imr.h :hi<1 tltth rn-lz'-H. In  the cool-inn c.Iuhm ot npj������I<?."* it I. tho I in-  Ifft'lal PViilr. .-"liow ilvi Onlurlo Fmll  'irowM ri' Aj-.toelaiJon. h:������.t won flr������1  fart'/*** ;.nd rlif v("*i'*������i*vfn"',-tl r*!���������ri*-i",v,-rn* .>f  Hrl-lHh KVihimhiH, Hcfond arid (hlrd  in i>*:������������������..  ('  l-.o,.  Mioard"-*!  Li-vlment  lor  Miff  r.������.jtucloi".  FtMnnfT*-';   In'o   do  ht   !i:n..-.y   h"   it   I-!vflO  ur'*���������    hill*  nnirilr.t*   I  ri'ii  frri**'rl    i"i'i,<llt'(.!int  iMll't.  ���������.  Mirt.-u-d'Bi  L.������nim������-n1  ���������for  cbllhMiin'i  Certain morbid condl.tlon8 exist In  tho stomach arid In test! lies to encourage worma, and they s\vlll exist as long  aa tlK-He morbid- condition-- permit  them to. To bo rid ol' thorn and  sparn the child i*mffert������K, wae Miller's  Worm PowdorH. Tlioy will correct  11ip dl"Ti'M"illve U'rcKulntil'Ic** by. dofjfroj*-  3ng the worms, conditions favorable to  worms will disappear, and the child  will Jiavc no more suffering from tliafc-  <.'������U'"e, '     .      .   _, '"  The Fashionable"Flare  ��������� Pine wool twill fashions this frock  with the front of the,shirt flaring ih  the dashing new manner.-' Very sim  pie and very chic are the lines of this  youthful froclc, which may be worn  successfully for any day-time, occa  sion. The plain back extends over  the shoulder at. the front in yoke effect,  to which the front Is; slightly gathered. Small, round buttons fastening  with loops of braid make an attractive closing for the convertible collar,  which is..worn buttoned close to the  nock. ..The lower section of the full  sleeves Is handed with a handsome  Oriental trimming, a narrower width  being titled for the".collar. The diagram pictures tho simple design of  No. 1222, which is In sizes 1G, 18. and  20 years ftJ-i, 3<3 and 3S Inches bust).  Size IS years <36 bust) requires 4%  yards of Sfl-ineTi, or 4% yards of 40-  Inch material,     Price 20 cents.  Our Faalilon Bonlc, Illustrating the  newest amidmost practical styles, will  bo of Interest to every homo dreflsmak-  er. Price of the" book 10 cents the  copy. '���������     "���������' - *  m.   i.,..  How  To   Order   Patterns  It will Relieve a Cold���������Colds are the  commonest ailments of mankind and  if neglected may -lead to serious conditions. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric OH  will relieve the bronchial passages of  inflammation speedily and thoroughly  and will strengthen them against subsequent attack. And as it eases the  inflammation it will usually stop the  cough because it allaj-s tho irritation  in the throat.     Try it and pro^g it.  Expect Busy Lumbering Season  The trek of hushmen to the woods  has commenced and already a, large  number are at work. Operators are  expecting a busy winter, and so far  have had no trouble in recruiting labor.  Already supplies to the" value of $10,-  000 have been forwarded to the camps  of the various pulp arid.paper concerns,  and private operators in the Thunder  Bay! district.  Chiwut-i     produces \ no <   tin   , oroa.  Though  tii*) occurrence,   of iln-bonrlng  i-uliifi'tilH haw Ih-hiii luili-d In a mi in ber  af-f locmllil'*'*, tl������**r Imvrt nevT y-t b<*^n  found In i't*IIlcli>nt nuawll'ly"to bn of  any ciKJiiiiinlr impoj-tan-tie.  BinalHMflaWHHiB#iiiaMawaaMaaaw������M.������aaMawnMNMiBaa������Maa������w*^^  y*H M*t.p *-9.*^ryi������v n ���������mutation  u S Bf _T*B CB8^'<*t **jn-"to row tmu  II. 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GeitteAspriii  Proved Safe  fake without Fear as Tpld  in "Bayer" Package  Address���������Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  ' 375 McDermot Ave., Winnipeg  Pattern No.,  (   ������}Xf4\m   w    4     _���������     *    p   ������  *t>+*-tm*\*m  ��������� t  i������*-������i*t*������*������.  t,mi*.������������***wf*<  Nnmo  Town  l'rovlnco  S'-nd   20c  W   ���������   *   ���������' *���������  m   ,  coin or stamp a  cnrefully)  (wrap coin  trainu producer   about   00,000   Iouk  tonu of "uindu'llt'd iionnul.* In u year.  Ban German Gooc^s  The Toronto -board of education has  prohibited    the ^purchase   for ilsre in     X.  schools of any goods manufactured in  GersriSany  or in  any of the countries  allied with it in the Great "War.  /  Does not affect  the Heart  Unless-you boo-tlio "Bayer Cross" ou  .package or on tablets you arc not got-  tiug tho go-nutae Bayer Tab lots of Aspirin proved flfifo by millions and proscribed by physic-Inns over twenty-flvo  yoara for >  Colds  Neurit Is  Toothacho  Neuralgia  ,   Each    unbroken  contains   p-*rt'von  I loadaoho  Lwnbugo  Tth'ivinmllsin  -   Pain, im In  "iMiyer'"    imolcnRO  dlrootloiiH.     I Iiind y..  w>ji.tik4 **t Iwoli/u l<*"������lijl.f������ i;������j.������1 i'j.ni; ������;ujj|.r^  DrugRlats a'.so sell bottles of 21 awt  100. J  \  jT  THE   REYJEW,    CBESTO-ST,    B.    C:  _���������<  Jixparimenters In Saskatchewan  Are Carry ing On Good Work  TbtmgNsw Varieties Of Seed  experimenters- are  co-  witii    ihe College of Agri-  "������.  ��������� S  Experimenters-.. Jn   Saskatchewan   Are  Carrying on Good Worlc  Approximately _500 -.rjural research  .workers    and  oyci a uug  culture,-Saskatoon, in an effort to im  prove agricultural conditions by testing out,new varieties_of crops and new  methods of-productioji. -  /-This -co-operative . eftort, consolidat-'  <sd In tlie"'. Saskatchewan Field " Husbandry Association, .has two main  lines of effort���������to increase the supply  of the best seed ^available and to in;  troduce new. crops of different varieties and.;" new -methods of producing  props-.-    ������ .'   '   - -  "Hundreds of^experiments are tried  each year by our members," saj"S.  Professor Manley Cha'mplaihr "As a  rule no member tries more .than two  experiments in a year, but a few enthusiasts are trying as many as six.,  "A group of about 50 members are  trying out the idea of growing grain in  rows in th'e hope of finding satisfae-.  tpry inter-tihed crops which are quite  necessary in tlie* development of suitable crop rotations.  "A smaller number are trjing winter i'3pe and oats- as a temporary pasture crop, spring sown, and still another group is trying, flax and wheatr  as a combination crop.  "This year over 1,000 members are  trying three varieties of corn���������Alta  Yellow Dent, Northwestern Red Dent  and Dakota White Flint.  "About 40 members in East'Central'  Saskatchewan are trying "timothy for  seed-production, the seed having been  Saskatchewan  lignite  Successfully   Briquetted   On   CommeK  .    cial Scale at ^lant in Germany  Saskatchewan lignite has been successfully briquetted on a commercial  scale In large German plants.  This is the substance of official reports on the briquetting--tests conducted in Germany last summer with  lignite from the -lignite coal fields in,  Southeast Saskatchewan, Hon. J. G-.  Gardiner, minister of labor and industries, has announced.  "It is understood the tests have been  successful,", added ,Mr. Gardiner, "but  any further action" regarding the disposal of the Bienfait- plant .will have  ,to'await.further information whieh is  expfected to come to hand soon,"  Professor W. D.y Worcester, of the  I'niversity of Saskatchewan,..watched  the "tests in -.Germany on - behalf ot  the lignite utilization-board. * Over 50  tons of lignite were- tested* by the  Thyssen Company at Malhei^i-Ruhr  and the Lurgi Company at Prank-  fort.  _ "*������  Sugar  Beet  Production  Big   Impelus  Was  Given   fo   Industry  This Year  Sugar beet production in Canada in  1924 was nearly 100 per, cent, greater  than that of 19^3, while the value of  the refined beet root sugar showed a  corresponding   increase.        According  ' to ������ report of the bureau of statistics  | 31,131  Denmark Buys Live  1      Poultry From Canada  - ~,,j       ' t      ���������   Record-of-Rerformance    Hens    Becotn-  - ^in& Popular in Foreign Countries  A shipment of ten record-of-perform-  aiice.Jiens and three approved' record-  of-performatice'~eockerels is to he  made shortly to Denmark by the  Refcord-of-Perfonnance Poultry Breeders' Association of British Columbia,  for,a price approximately $400,"as one  o������ the results of propaganda work be  Ing done for the sale of Canadian poul  try breeding stock in, foreign countries.  The hens to he supplied in the ordei  are" to have records of not 3ess than  250 eggs, while the three males are  from three ^hundred egg dams. The  British* Columbia Association, which  has secured the order, is comprised of  record-of-performance breeders in that  province who have organized themselves Into an association for sales  purposes. Birds have been shipped  from Canada,recently to countries in  different���������parts of the globe and the  Danish order represents still another  forward step in the popularizing ol  high bred Canadian record birds.  Sheep Industry Offers Great  Ppssihilities For; JDevelopment  On' Tlie . \Vestern   Plains  ,/  Garnet Wheat For Seed  Ottawa  Experimental F���������rm  Has Been  Condtieiinn .*5i������������������������..������,������of,. i  t-__.-.*._.  According to an Ottawa dispatch to  a Winnipeg paper the wheat production on the western prairies promises  to;roT.ve a new Janpetus a, tb. re-l KSTiTSi "attenXn^f ZsC  RUlt   nf   *vyr_.vrlv>-.nV. + _,    ,������������.....������~.i    f-_    !_._.._._... -    _ * -*���������*���������*=���������"������"    UI    prOSJjeC-  - Graphite is found in nearly all the  provinces of Canada, and even in Baffin Island. The Black Donald mine,  near Calabogie, Ontario is the largest  and richest deposft of flake graphite  known in Ajnerica.  suit of experiments.carried on in the  production of Garnet wheat at the "Ottawa experimental-farm. Unless the  final tests show weakness not hitherto discovered; Garnet wheat is to,be  made available for seed-purposes next  spring.  Garnet wheat, which L. H. Newman,  Dominion cerealist, has "been "experimenting with for several years, cuts  Ihe growing season down to 100 days,  while the period between the sowing  and the reaping of Marquis is 310 days.  Experiments carried on in -several  districts of Western    Canada    during  For some "time the various governments of Canada and influential livestock-organizations have been endeavoring" to develop the sheep-raising industry of Canada, both by stimulating  interest in the industry among the  agriculturalists  of  Canada    and     by  five settlers^ elsewhere the opportunity existing for such development iu  the dominion. It has been claimed,  on good authority, that sheep raising  holds better prospects at the present  time than possibly any branch of agriculture. ~  One province a_t least would seem to  have benefitted materially hy ihfs  counsel, and the sheep industry of Alberta is reported as being in a very  fine condition. An increasing number of Alberta farmers are adding  sheep to their activities, and the Alberta wool clip, it is anticipated, will"  2_L~Y -Tl, .*?"i���������i-��������� ^Z^ZZZ^Z^ZZ  successful. Gurnet Is not rust re  si^tant, but its ability to ripen  earlier is a tremendous asset in this'  connection. It also is said to*.be of  excellent quality for milling purposes. .  'J^* "���������" - ,    ������������������  . ,    a.  WINNING TEAMS IN C. P. R.  COMPETITION  value-, of .$6,192,6.45. Tbis compared  with 17,941 acres, yield of 159,200  tons, 39,423,160 pounds of sugar refined and a value of 33,745,200, .in the  preceding year.    *  xunjjg uv^ju, acres    were planted to sugar  furnished   two   years   ago by   the   de-!beets- iu   19^4,  which  yielded   29.",177  part ment of agriculture. - ftons^ of  beets,  from which  85,770,709  "Approximately   300   members    are   P������unds J-* sugar  was  refined  with  a  trying university seeds of leading var-   '" "~   " """ ~"~  ieties in 'direct  comparison  with any  seed of the same crop which they are  growing under like conditions on their  owr. farms."  While not claiming that the association is responsible for the remarkable  udvances made la crop' production- In  Saskatchewan, Professor Chaniplln  points out that the province has  climbed into front rank as' a_,pToducer  of registered seeds, the Acreage increasing from 4,000 to approximately  24,000, while the corn'acreage-has  grown from 0.6,000 to nearly 100,000 in  five years. .. _, ,-   -  "* _c  .. France Loses Part Of Reparations  Bees   Demanded    As   Payment    From  Germany Are Total Loss    -  France has been stung by, insist ing  "that bees be delivered her as part of  her reparations.      The German  bees  were working hard    and    living    contented lives on the Jjunenborger heath.  The. climate was right and the flower-**  delicious in this North German garden  Canadian Horses For Scotland  j Developing   Good    Marked   f-V   Draft  Hors,es of.the BettervClass  Canada    is    developing a splendid  market in  Scotland   for  draft  horses  of the better elass, according to word"  received from the Canadian trade commissioner "in Glasgow.    Twenty horses  were recently dispatched    from    Sea-  forth,   Ont.,' to  Glasgow,  and anothei  batch of twenty ;Percherons were lately   sent  forward   to  the same  Scotch  importing' firim        Further shipments  will  consisfof Clydesdale for carriei  firms.       ****- . t  n������ *-������  -canaaian roxes in Switzerland  Grace'  Ewen,   Kenton,   Manitoba  Large   Shipment  Waa  Forwarded   Re.  cently From New Brunswick  ..-,,-. About one hundred 'thousand^dollars  But France insisted that 30,000 colon-; wor-tli of black fox puppies left Monies  be.'jraW lately on the*- Canadian���������'"'.Pacific  of those destroyed by thc"German arm- "linei* Melitn for Antwerp.   *Froni there  les.      Though' the protest    at    being  they travel across France to Siyitzor-  transplanted caused loudt buzzlngs, the jlaiid,' where tliety" will form thjj nuc-  j..���������.._;f.... ..���������  ^���������.,���������        * <���������������_,_/ .������.���������v .___��������� Jeus; of a-fox breeding establishment.  Those foxes were purchased lu New  Brunswick, from which -province a  number of.. giiullar shipments have  been made to 4he \other eide in. tlio;  .pnfi.t'year.'or-iSyo;.' v . ";..'  trans for was made. After", fl rst ���������> inspection of thelf" new homes the workers struck, and then declared a hunger  strike, yThe queens refused to lay  the . requii*ed \ eggs, and now France  has only 30,000 empty hi yen and 'Gvi-  nuiny a recoiit'fojt*'this portion of hei*  ivparations bill.   r ���������;'���������'���������   A.--:...-- ��������� .���������-���������..-  Gold  Refilled  At  Royal  Mint  Mamie  Cormack,  Kenton,   Manitoba  Canadian Oysters  "v  No-w   Being   Sent   Across  Atlantic   to  v Restock Oyster Beds of-Europe  Gold  Mining Companies of Ontario to       Canadian   Noysters"   ni'e  now  being  Have Me'inl Reflntfd at Ottawa       j used   io   ro-atoclc  tho  oyster  beds  of  ArrangeinentH  hitve; been 'matle  by iItJurope.     The wiiyo of popularity tlmt  Fred Arflue, Roui*.-.ti, SaskatcWewan  Iho Ontario Mining Aasocliitioii on  behalf cf the gold mining com pan les of  Ontario for the- met.nl to be^ rehned at  Clio OtttWa branch of tlio Jloyal ^lint.  Returns will bo received for Ihis gold  luui swept the Malpoquo oysters on to  the tables of the epicures of the old  countries haa resulted in a determined attempt to induce their breeding in  iho oynter becis of France and.Knglnnd.  Two shipments haye already boon dis  In Canndlan fund.-*.     Sjjieo all the mn-  fhinery and organization neeessfiry for ! patched  to TO-i'-iii-id  und X^rnnce,  and  llnj: refining of gold"bullion, tlu'rirlii-1 further   -(pislgnniotiis ' ai-e^expeetml  voIvoh the use of "facilities that- have  hitherto*noiIhecn emjiloyed to thi. fitII-  ofit exl.-jr1.it, there-will'1'be no extra'ox-  pen.io Involved "In'''this work.'  Prison -Camp , Atrocities       -~  AII'jwUIph In lvi'i*ttn'-.������|W������f roiv,*l*'1������  lu Gt'orerla prl *on camps 1ijiv<- hocu discovered. ]"li*n nro placed in sluillow  boxes wi.'h liandti hni" f<cr, bound and  facoii *HjiiCjar<'il with nioluH.sr'a '. to . ni-  <ract the tiles; other.- are -punished  by belli;; t-u.ipi'ndcd for 'luiUr*. hy"ihvlr  flni?ei"H.  shbrtly. - ' -' ������������������.    , ..  ' / .. .;-������������������r----���������- '��������� ���������  Ectntallnh BuLter Record  A record has been oHtitbllshod in tho  ���������shipment of.ciroimiorx.buUer from Saskatchewan'to Greril ITi'llnin during the  jiri-v-j-i yenr, acrordin;; io n repoi-l <jf  the iirovinchil .lniry coniiiif==jHion<*r. ln  the JlrHt nine inonthK of 3925, K,n72,0������8  lioimd.-i of 'cronmery butter iminufuc-  t.tirod in th,. 'province was graded' for  I'xnorl under tho Clnnridltm IV-dcval  ri'guJalloiic!. '  W.  i\.  H>Vu  j    Tlu*re nn. rn������ir(- than .10.000 elccrtrl-  ������-.*U diMpliiyu-In Ki-u   Vi.rli  r.hy.  yern JoHnaoii, Grande Prairie District,  7 "   '    .,:...   ' A'ita.''-^:-'' '   ��������� " '���������,'"  next few_years. Some 700 Rambouil-  let rains were imported last fall from  the I7nited���������States and a large number  of Ilambottillet ewes (including one  band of 3,200 head). According Jo  customs officials, some 14,500 head ot  sheep- were brought into Alberta from  Montana and other states during the  ninety day duty-free period". According to tlie spring estimate of the  Canadian Co-operative Wool Growers  there were at least 175,000 head ot  sheep to be shorn in Southern Alberta,  with an average of six pounds per  fleece, meaning a yield of approximately 1,000,000 rounds of range, type wool.  The secretary of the Canadian Wool  Manufacturers' Association, writing  recently, said: "Wool and mutton  growing in Canada have* proportionally greater possibilities for development than any other farm products,  while such a development. would be of  tremeurio-ss benefit to agrlcultQg&llsts  and the nation as a whole. It is just  beginning to be realized that Canada  has all trie characteristics for a great  sheep couzitry, butjitat her opportunities have b-,:en neglected. The climate" Is favorable, the physical properties are suitable," the . droughts and  J diseases which decimate flocks in  other countries are absent, and world  conditions are right for expansion in  Canada."  Col. Robert McEwen, president of  the Canadian Co-operative Wool Growers, and a consistent winner "of international honors for his sheep, has to  say: "Tafcnig Canada as a whole it  has been proved that climatic conditions are favoiable for sheep raising.  No devastating disease has visited our"  ftpeks. Vet today we find ourselves  up against the serious economic problem of consuming jnore wool than we  are producing, and for a comparatively  now and'fertile agricultural country  like Canada to have reached the* stage  ofi deficient supply of raw matorial for  such an essential as clothing should  surely demand ihe serious consideration of us all."  Lorne Joyr\t, Rouleau, Saskatchewan  ._, _.������n _ _...,, -rtftnn_-r_i*ltM  Prairie  Oscar    Gudlauo-oti,    Gran-do  DJ-strict, Al'aJi.  Afgreal deal on-titerest Wilis laknn In thn v'-cent competition offon-.l by  thiv Canadian l-itcMd Jlitllway Company to-Upy*' and Girls' Swim. .MiiIm. The,  company offered to thefso clubs a Hilver trophy nnd moduli!, and in Addition  tt.-iretv trip to the Toronto Royal"Agricultural Winter Stork Show i-ncli year,  Show'n nbovi" are photon of the winnlm. i������mi-i r������r M-ini*.-*... *z���������������iZ...Z.-'  j wan and Albtu'tH.  Wolves Plentiful In  Northern Ontario  Have Become So Numerous That They  Are  Menace to Deer and Other  Wild Life    \  Reports  from hunters -who have re-  ] turned from North Ontario and Quebec  j hunting grounds in the last few days  are that wolves and foxes have united  "in a drive on bird and game 11 f*. thai  .{has reached a very, serious stag'*-  Never   were    wolves   nnd foxes so  'plentiful as now.    the    hunters 7say.  fit is not nn uncommon thing ihis year  i to see specimens ot both quite m>ar,.  which  is' most  umij-uai. v  *i*racks  pf  the animals are seen  frequently, and  r dead and half niton bucks sdiow Hint  | the menacoio the deer is real.    Doer  | are plentiful, but hard to set and not  flu  Rood   condition   for  cathir."   where'  (wolves    art?'after    them.      llunior.s  agree that the jemarkubSo ecurclty of  partridge ts  duo  to  the  fox.    y Some  hunters  ntt-sort that   iu   plnco.*-  wher������������  mmm-^.-mm^mmm^^mm, .    ^1111**" V\ 11 %', O        V* 4*T <*        ft\ V T\ l 1 f������! ffj 'Om?***"  nl'.lii,fl.ll.i.,i"-HHifl,ill^ jy^arMy'll������-.y dial not even ho* one ihis  awMl������__BWI<������BB__������,l_>������lll.MlB_l<_l������IWilll������>t������.������l������a|.a  year. '  Mis-r^onary d'X'.-tllows P.t rail ton  Thirteon f-iM^cImi-nui of a pai*asili-  that has caused a great death toll Ju  China, \v������r>j /-wallowed by 3>r, C. IT.  Harlow. ������ medical inlssloiuiry. in order  ujj<i ii������- .jjJv.iii km int, ihetu lo uouirn*  HuliKln."* for s-tudy.  imi4mmmmm������UMm*Mm*tM*a*iiisamm&������., wtwninn ������.-.--���������; -: -: --- J  XHE CKESTOK KEYIBW  ma  top Coughin  \  Colds are 'fashionable' just now, but  they are  none the less dangerous for all, of that..   If  you are having  trouble of this sort let ;us  remind you that we have in stock  Cough Mixtures, Eucalyptus  Aspirin  learned     to'  live.'   'His    soul   had  turned to its native haunts and the.  springs of life had been- opened op.  Ore was ..crucified in   the flash   but'  the soul -had   reached'the heights.  "Nevertheless I live, yet  not I. but  Christ liveth in me."  And as we have^an> ideal - for the  world���������universal peace. We also  have an ideal .for the individual-  peace. A peace 'whieh is gained by  tjie-crucifixion of ihe'iSesb a?sd the  in dwelling .of Jesus. ���������  ^Nevertheless,^ live,  yet  not   I.  but Christ liveth  in - me "  ,'L.   ._ j;   ana ail tne otner weu kuOwu eoagu rcmeuies  On our shelves is also a complete line of  of the   standard   Patent Medicines  that sell at closest prices.  SCHOOL SUPPLIES���������Everything in this line may  be had here.  Nelson  Protective Association  [A 15QO CLUB.  i - ' _ j  Positively your feast chance to become a member of this Olub. as' the  Government has stated that no more. Olubs may be incorporated.. .  Applications are coming in freely.    Why not send m-yours.    Ajse  limit 55.     Entrance fee 88.     Persons of either sex eligible.      For  application forms apply to        ' - " ������������������������_������.������.   ������       _>. -      '  & .- - -    - - "^ R J.-STEE"U Secretary.      _���������  Box 158, NELSON, B.C.  HEWS QF KOOTENAYS  L  .rand  Theatre  Sat'y, Feb.  ERICKSON STORE  Ireslon Valley Go-Operative Assn.  A Sermonette for the parfcicalar benefit of tho people of Wynndel districs, where no  Church service can. be held due to the smallpox quarantine.  THE LIFE of SACRIFICE  By REV. J. HERDMAN  *kI am crucified with Christ;  nevertheless I live; yet not I, but  Christ liveth in me; and the life  which I. now live in the flesh I  live by the faith of the Son of  God, who loved me. and gave  himself for mes���������Oalatians ii,v 20  **A man  does not live  unless he  New Denver has an epidemic of  mumps.        s*  Cranbrook Rod and Gun Club  has 324 members.  An Orange Lodge is in process of  formation at Golden.  There are 2210 books on the  shelves of Revelstoke public library.  .Ex-mayor Archer of Kaslo lias  just been -presented with a . gold  headed cane by. the citizens.  The Bank of Commerce has  opened a *braneh-._,at Kimberiey,  making the second bank in that  town. - . .  According to the Free Press there  is considerable stealing of one sort  and another at the dance halls at  Fernie.  650 Cranbrook children attended  a free performance by the Roatary  Club minstrel on Saturday after-'  noon last. , j , -  An ^enlarged photograph - of the,  late John Keen, a <We~time mayor.  givir.gofour best for the benefit of of Kaslo, now decorates the wall of  the larger brotherhood of nations,  remembering that^ "Life is not a  goblet to be drained but a measure  to be filled.'" World peace will not  ��������� bs secure until saoh nation has ^--.-- --  1 learned to say, "I am crucified with 1 Idaho.  the city hall in tb,at town.  Due to the largo area dyked land  that will be under- crop this year  plans are being made;   to   build   a  A powerful mixture of dramatic  dynamite   and. MngKing   lightning I  The story of ja man who landed a,.  job, a girl and a knockout with one  blow, J  RICHARD DIX lands the hit of  his life with this fast-action comedy I  lives for the other fellow," once  a friend to the writer. Our Lord  gave expression to the same thought  over two thousand years ago when  he said "He that loseth his life shall  find it". It. may be a paradox to  S*y "In order to gain life, life must  be sacrificed,'* but this truth is seen  o������ every hand.  The trees daring the summer  covered with beautiful green foliage  now appear dead. The life was  oast aside to give place to new life  in the  spring.    The seed   sown   in  said  Christ.'"  tue grOujiu uitrS  i j.  nuu  iii  - Bnt tliis ideal condition will, hot  be -attained by the enactment of  law only. "Righteousnesr exalteth  a nation." We are to day living  not under law but under grace.  The law is great but God is greater  than the law.  The ideal state-r-the kingdom^ of  God: pari not he set up "&yy our  lei**is.)iiB.torj%-::.y_It: is a kingdom of  righteousness, and righteousness is  a condition of the soul, y herefore  world   peace     depends   on    world  I The Herald hears, that tho Canadian'National Railwayyywill have  a steamboat service' on*. Okanagan  Lake between Pentieton and Karons, this season.  ri hteousness���������*he    .conversion   of  WATLWR NQTIO&  &1VER>&rOM AND USB  Take notice that Tbe Nakusp EltMstric Ldght  has 1000-ton crib elevatorfat Copeland:  %^^^afJT^^^^Jln^lM  cubic feet per second pf -water out of Goat  River, which flows westerly -and djradns i*ito  MootenayBiver at Creston, B.C The water  wUlbe diverted from the stream at ^-rclnt  about 1600 -feet- down, stream from C.P.������.  b^^, on Block 291, of Ix������t 813, and wai.he  used for power purposes upsm tlie *f^ <*������������.  cribed as the undertaking: of the Conipany-  within a radius of fifteen miles <rf.the P^J^r  site.   This notice was posted on the ground on      -        ���������     1928.   A copy of this  retoand  ^ _          _  office of  tKe WatoFKecoraer at Nelson. "^.Objection to the application may be fllea with the  said Water Recorder or withu-1��������� " *~"-������-  of .Water Rights. Parliamerit  toria, B.O., w^n,thtety days:after  appearance of this notice to a lccaXnewB^aper.  The petition for approval of the undttttakingr as  ^r Section S������x>f ������& Act will be heard-i* the  office of the Boardof Investigation at^a datet9  be fixed by the Comntrollei^. ^d ^that^ajiy  interested! person may file an object������onjliereto  ���������l"-rp_iWB.iTER For Sai.-b���������-No. 10  Remington, in good shape, $35. F. C.  Rodgers,  Oreston. -^   >  evAifineie nc  IANDACTMNDMENTS  r"s  JLl.-T*-  Cranbrook Rod ,and Gun Club  claim credit for having 1,500,000  fish fry of various sorts placed" in  the streams in the vicinity of that  town last year.  Idaho road-, authorities "ore  expecting definite "word iu the near  future as to- when "the- stretch of  hard surface road between Cope -  land  andy Porthili will be y gone on  there springs up a new plant bearing ten, twenty, forty and even a  hundredfold.  Sach year in  mountain   streams  and rivers   the   salmon   are   seen  returning to  the  place where they  first  saw life.    There they  spawn  and die,   but behind they   leave a  multitude   of     eggs   which   when  hatched bring forth   new lite.    The  human race is slow to take to heart  the lessons which God  wonld teach  through Nature a.isd the Book.  The religion of the moralist is  based on the golden rule but the  religion of the christian goes beyond  this, It is the religion of the  Beeond mile. Doing more than  t'.at which is our duty to do. It is  a life of sacrifice based on the  aaorifice of Jesus.  <?ome of our world leaders, great  and noble men, have received a  vision in recent years, a vision of a  w<irleSH world and we look to the  League of Nations as the wise men  looked to the guiding otar.  Bat that star of hope will bo but  a Utopian dremnri miles*)'it brings  the nations of the world to Bethlehem, to learn there the first great  lesson of sacrifice. It was there  that God gave of His best. Tho  crucifixion of Jesus commenced at  Bethlehem and found its culmination at Golgoth a.  Tho nations of the world have  yofc to learn that peace is only  gained through sacrifice; Hot the  ruthless butchering and bleeding of  the beac of  our manhood,   but the  the whole or humankind to Christ;  and this will be due to hard work,  devotion, and prayers and the  sacrifice of the christian men and  women of to day. ' ... ,-  individual peace will bring  universal peaoey and it foHows  naturally that while . men are  estranged from God there will be  strife. The world's need is God.  The soul's need is God, and man.  who is a spiritual being, will only  be satisfied with God.  Herein lies the mistake of many,  seeking to satisfy the craving yof  the spiritual by feeding the soul  with the material. -Every creature  has its own nature, which craves  satisfaction, its own needs, instincts  and affinities. Change its environment, give it what yon will, surround ib with what another  creature would thrive on, yet it  would not live.  And we, too, have a nature of  our own wiih iu* peuulSiar**iiec*d, its  hunger and desire. We carry within cwr breasts immortal souls whioh  cry out for God as an e*ile for his  native land.  Often the writer haa watched tho  wild animals caged in the parks.  Tho great bear in the small cage  wandering hack and forth. Ho is  alive, yea, but does he really live?  He who is away from God might  exictt hub does not live. A oaged  *otil can not enjoy freedom.  The sours environment whure it  might iivo and ho nurtured im right  an   the   presence   of    God.      Paul  '���������ft-&H-M*to������AMT^  y*7 ������������������. j*:^-0:i:,f!,'i'.ilE'-  in the office of the Comptroller or of tho  Water Recorder, 7   J      '.������������������������������������. x^Ajx-' '..-.,-.��������� :_LiL-  NAKUSP ELECTRIC LIGHT*: POWER  ^7 ^3EO. P' HWRSliSY, Agent.  PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant, -unreserve's, surveyed  Crown l������n_s ..may be -pra-empted^by  Rritish. subjects over 16 years of age,  and by aliens on. declaring ixkSention  to "become Brltiish subjepta, eonfllr  tLonal upon, w^dencfly '* P^^^ctle^  and improvecqsttnt for aanrtoiilturftl  purposes.   7'-' 7yy7 7; -7": ���������'=��������� yy-7'   '���������All  Pan information conx^raliiar retru-  The date bf the first  aaais February 5, IP"  lUblicatibn of this notice  ���������    ��������� .6*52  in  Train  Effective Monday, February 8  Trains dps. 511 ind 5l2  will bo op*3ra.t_d e5n  Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday  instead of daily, except  Sunday.  Times of trains will remain the same.  No. 511���������Tues., Thura.,  Sat.~No. 512  10.10 A.m. lv. Medicine'Hiit ar. 8.00 p.m.  2.00 p.m. ar*  Lethbridge.; lv. 4.20 p.m.  J. E. PROCtOK,  District Passenger Agent  Calgary.  ano Tuning  INTIMATION  Xsm. Et ___L_-1I       * VH"H     ir_ \\    *  Il/lw-   jCi. B*������y������nr������������ B**    {^ieh'_^B_riii*iO_  Expert Piano. Tuner' and "  Regulator  WILL BE IN OIIKSTON within a  month "incl will tnakp his hquilI ca!lf*.  Mr. Pork inn known his  buelncBO and  ������y������i������������V*������������������ jMinil,    # .<������fy������#K*-ii'-*v>fij������*ly *������n������1orn������������il  by mariy iriulinfc pluno mahuftiotureiB  noil otlu'Wi of noli*.  BULL CALF ASTRAY  Jersey bull calf, about two years old,  last seen.aboiit October, nearythe Re������>d  & Mather ranch. . Reward to party  giving inforraiitton1en*dihg to recovery.  S^M MOON, Wynndel;  JERSEY BULL FOR SERVICE  Purebred Jersey Bull.  Service $3.00..  G. NICKEL, Griffin Ranch, Oieeton.  BULL C ALF fiSTRAY  Oiime to the premifiea, of fclie.iinder-  sip;ned at Oanyoni on or about November let, 1025, bull calf, red, about on**  year old. Owner cun have- same an  proving property and -paying all  expenses.    PK ANK OLARK/Canyoii.  Loyal Orangs lodga-No. 2095  Meets THIKD THURSDAY of  eaoh ..month , at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting bi-ethren cordially in vEtedi.   ,  W. H. ORA-WPOHD, W-M.  i  light and Heavy /  Sho&& Made  *m _t____fl__Mn__. Km  ^^ffrL ^^^^^. S-9T^mmmS dV^Bt^n^ ^ff^Ll-zS ^jSjto^kk    fll^^^Qi     f  "CSw^SiaS* ^&$$������r   mmmW tf^j^S  W^$$mrmmW  New Stock of  latioms reBardintf pre-emptions *������  ^ven itx Bulletin No. 1. *_and Series. .  "How, to Frertanpt "Land,'" copies of v  R-Mch cah-t>������ obtained free of ehargre  by addreeains -rthe Department or  Uuid������. Victoria, B.CL. *w_ to aayGovi  ernmentyAseht.yc-; yxy ..yy -:*  : -Records will be BTanted cbverin-fT"  only land suitable .tor a^rrietatural  purpoaea,- ^e_hd' wiuoa-' ia; noi tinaii-er-  iand, Lev carrylnjar over 6,000 board  feet par acre west ot tha Coast Ban������e  and 8.000 feet per acre east of that  Ran^e. ��������������������������� '>. ;  Applications Cor pre-emptLona are  to be addreaoett to the Xiond Cora-  mlasloner of the "Land Itacorolnis Di-  * vision, |n which fib--* land appllftd for  le situated, and are zuade on. printed  forma, copies of which can be obtained from the tond Con-a-ateBioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and Improvementa made  to value of J10 per acre. Including  clearina; ond^ulrJvattesr at least Ave  licrea, befora a-Crown Orant can be  , .'received. ' -m ;.���������  Par more dott&il&d io-formntlon see  the Bulletin "Hew to Pipe-empt  ���������Hm-tilX." ��������� -:  ���������-.���������>-���������''..  ..#;������������������������������������    PURCMA-ftE       ,        v  ������������������k  Applications aro race4v������a - for pur  ohane    of   vacant, and    unreaorved  Crown lands, not :b������injr tlmborland.  for aap-loultural purponsa;  ininimum  prlos of flrst-olaas <aiuble) "and.i-1 $(S  ?������er acre, and BQCond-oUuia CB"*a������.t-nK)  and $8.80 por acre. , Further Information rcsardlniff purchase - or Ici^aa  of Crown land* Is given ln Bulletin  ISo. 10; "-and Ssrla* "Purohasa and  Lboobo pf Crown J^ando."  Mill, factory, or ind*istiiall Bites on  timber land, not oxooadinsc 40 aoros,  ioy bo puroho-ied or lsaseid,  ditlcmu       Inoludlnff  I  iarness  Second Hand Store in  connection  _���������_��������� MM ________ JM ____)'' mWISMmW  Amfm     mm M&tt Mtmmtn SMS  Shoe and Harness Repairing  may bo purchased or lsOsed, the con-  aa      lt(i eluding      payment      of.  stumjiaire.  i HOMESITE   LEABESft  Una-irveyodareae, not o-cooed 1 ng- 20  acres, may be  leixsed  as  homenltes,  .aondltkonal upon a dwelllntf bwlnut  erected In the flrst year, title being  obtalnablo  after rosldonoo   and   lm-  jprovement  conditions   are   xfulfilled  and land' has been stmaoyed.,,   ���������  LEASES   ,     .  For Brash-is. and Industrial pur-'  pones areas not exoeodlns... ������40 acre*  may ba leased by one person or ������  company.  GRAZING  Under the Qraxluu Act the Prov.  lncs Is, divided Into Aiaslnur ^.Ib trie ti  and the ran-re administered under a  Craslny * Commissioner, 'Annual  icraaing panoltaa aro Issusd based on  numbers ranaed, priority bolng irlveu  to entabHeliied owners. Sto-ak-ownerif  "may form sss^blatlc-nn for rnnp-w  manatsement. BVes. or paVblally free.  perralts  ar������  avollabls   for    satOers,  tteadf. '  J  Hiii  mmm*  ttssmm y  A' meeting: of the snareholders of  Creston Reclamation* Company, Ltd.,  is called for the office of the secretaiy  on' Wednesday afternoon, February  10th. at 2.30 o'clock.      - '  Kev. J. Herdman of Creston United  Church .will be one of.- the speakers at  the, hoys* work conference which' opens  at Oran brook jpn Thursday next, -and  continues for three days. - r  The "weather", -.till 'continues mild  with occasional snowfalls to keep the  sleighing in.faireb.ape. lfi above zero  the morning ,of December 20th is the  coldest experienced so far.   "^ f  . At the annual" meeting- of the Goat  Breeders Association./ of- B.yC?/, at  -Victoria, lgtet' weekly P, G. Ebbutt of  Oreston, was named director for sourh-  eastern British Columbia,  Mrs. Percy Graham"*and family of  Crahbrook spent a few days at ttie ena  of the week ;wCtb Creston friends, and  was the. guest" of Mrs^ H. Mcliaren.-  She left for home on Saturday. -       ==   ...    R=Q=PS   Price  $30.    High production" cockerel   with,  this pen, . D. Bradley, Creston, '*'  Hay For Sajlis���������Good quality alfalfa hay*, will deliver in Creston, Erirk-  5?������1������"LQanyon for $20 per top. Also  fcrold Coin potatoes, A grade. $2.50 per  sack.   John Garfield, Creston.    ' ������-  /There was a large defecation from  ^Sirdar in town on Friday last for the  funeral of the late Charles Fransen,  the six pallbearers being former frien*3s  of the deceased residing at Sirdar.  Commencing this' Sunday "the Presbyterian Church will start its morning  service at 11.30, instead of 11.15. The  change wiH- permit, of the* Sunday  school session lasting the-full hour.'    -  > Two loads of ore-from the Alice  mine -were.loaded but' at Creston this  "Week.' This is the first sfai**pi<3g the  mine has done'since about 1912. * The  ore goes to Trail smelter for treatment.  ���������     *   ,- i  Mr. and Mrs. P. Hurlbert arrived  f .bin Moosejaw,.,Sask.,*" on , Thursday  1 istt-td attend the funeral of-tlie tatter's  father, the late Charles FranseiCand  Artie  EMMnjf*  Proof against ice,, snow and cold. Relaxed in every niuscl*, toasty warm to  .the tips of yourltoes, yon may sleep through wji ter's fiercest blizzard on  an open porch. Protected adequately against every emergency of cold and  dampness, go out under the winter stars and let the ozone put color into  your cheeks.- ..The Artie Eiderdown possesses every quality you need'in a  8������2J������?Jil_r ������!r������5������ fop c-art*PinB trips, atttotriobiling, canoeing or" home use.  WOODS ROBES have proven a boon to the Royal North West Mounted  Pohce, Hudson Bay trappers and Artie big game hunters, as well as U.S.  and Canadian Government forest survey forces. Now leathern point the  way to winter health in outdoor life for you.. Address enquiries for"  illustrated booklet to  F". C. RODGERS,      creston  Business Accounts  MSSPSM  C. W. ALLAN,  tWe kftye watched many small biis-  itiess accounts opened in this Bank,  :gr������Wi Wfe could cite instances when  tha small business has grown to be  the Jeading industry ih the community in which- it is established. . The  sfervfee"bf -the officers of this Bank  m^y assist your business to become  & leading industry. 37  BAJNK  ** c  GRESTONBl^NGH,  ���������St.-. Jm  Xflanager.  31ie^  AN all-steel body on. the improved chassis, with, a new  X*Jk top denJ^ned toliarmonlio with the reduction In height,  given the Touring Car a grace and smartness heretofore  AtXvosicc** its. ct*>xs.{*0T& tpvo .Iccps pace- vvSilit Sjoapijoveuquaittii  in design.. Placing the fuel tank under the cowl ha* made  it -possible to lower the seats? giving -greater lea room and  added comfort for driver and pawflcngera. Ventilation  nnd driving vision are improved by tlie new touring wlnd^  ���������hlcld, thelower half of which Is ndj*_i5fcabTe7  The aide curtainB> generally -neydeslgned to conform to body  and top changes, add the final detail of touring comfort.  When la place, the dirt-iins open with the doors and  cos-n'Wtse ���������wtcl.e vMo-st -with lasttejj dTsrab-fflity-..  BEAD'S   GAR/GE  EXCLUSIVE FORD   t E All  *  WW9mgX&W"*'*m*lm  MM  H: B. McCreath was at Kitchener  on Alo-Aday-^for the - sheriff's- sale of  Coi{tiiiea^lXuuiber -Company hqi^es.  The '0*1*0/ teams that were 'of������t^dL for  sale'were.bought in by thercompkny at  $_8Qb.    * " ^- ��������� ,?"���������&? h'f*7  ' ������7"^   " " *���������* -.'"-I   ^<a*-* ^"vlj*  Those who have recetven the "Irrigation .-Committee, circular letted.are  asked to return the post card t.y the  15th. - Ranchers are asked * tb remember that in signing "Yes''' they do NOT  obligate themselves to take the water,  * There was a letter on Tuesday for all  property owners in the Creston area,  when the school tax notices eame to  band from JSTelson. Due to increased  school expenditures the tax rate is two-  tenth of one per cent,   higher   than a  yearagoC '     "    .   "  _       , _*������ .-_      .  . ..il.ugc props? uy owners    t-eueiveu-  their assessment notices at the end of  the  week.     So  far as  we  can learn  there is very'little change from last  year.    The usual assessment court of  i-evis-iou will sit at the Courthouse on  Monday, 8tb. - - -  The usual meeting of the Hustlers  Tuxis Square* was held on'Friday evening when the boys listened to a most  instructive, address on "Keforeslra-  tioD," by Major Mallandaine. The  next meeting will be a regular business  session tonight.  Geo. Johnson, was a vibitor -at  Kitchener on Sunday making arrange  ments to have at least two cars of Ice  shipped here tn take care of the summer needs of the butcher shop. There  is an ice crop there about ten inches  thick, but of rather'poor, quality.  Tuesday was Candelmas���������the day  the bear comes out to get his weather-1  .beatings. As there was considerable  sunshine that day it is" presumed he  saw his shadow and has gone back-for  another six weeks, forecasting winter  weather until the middle pf March.  $972 was the' cash intake at the  Creston office of the provincial police  for January, and $860 of this was for  motor licenses'.' With the village  collections .eliminated the revenue'  from trade licenses is rather slim, but  4i>P������ being gathered in from this source.  - The Sacrament? of the Lord's Suonep  Wc*^-dispensed at the Sunday evening  service at the TJnited Church at which  fourteen new meuibers were received  into.fnil,.communion���������eleven on .profession of faith������. and" three by certifi-  icate. -The membership roll -of., the  'Creston church noi** shows 110 names!,  ,. F. H. '"Jackson . ^has disposed off  grocery stock locally a rid is" closing the  store tomorrows With the closing of  his. business and the shutting Op bf the  Mawson Bros, store eariy lust year,  along with the ���������. removal of Vic. Maw-  son's stand to Canyon street, -Wilson'  Avenue's oldtime .activity has largely  disappeared. -  The K-guhir monthly meeting of  Creston and District Women's Institute will ba hek_ on Ftsday, February  12th._ -Standing committees7 will be  appointed, monthly entertainments  discussed, with a social Hohr at whist  and refreshmeffts*1 to follow. The  executive extends a cordis**! invftation  to members and frlesilds.  Mrs. M. Young was at home to the  I..O.B.A. membeis und their husbands  ou Friday night last, when ������ most  enjoyable evening Was spent at whist,  the prize scores being made, by Mrt.-  D. Lejirmontb and Mr. J. P. Johnston.  After cards there was a lunch and  some musical numbers brought n-very  del;gUifi. 1 evening.to, its close,  y  The I*iidle8* Coneeryafciye Club had  qiiit:e a good turnout bri Wednesday  afternoon for their open meeting  which whs addresse'd by Mrs, Howard  .Ferguson of Rossland, ������nd Col. Fred  Xifster, M.P. P. t with " Mrs. Oomptoh  occupying the chair. The gathering  convened in the "Uiiitod Church buso*  ment which is now available for public  gatherings.  ..At-a'.meeting of the directors of  Creston Reclamation Company, Ltd.,  on Monday night, 0. O. Rodgois and  0. W, Allan wore delegated   to  visit  "Qoptneru F^rry at the Wit_iU!k4.ml where  -they have an Mjppoint-mentwith a firm  of contractors who are working on a  similar-project <m lhji������ Idaho aii]e, but  vvhowilllSe ������-vii liable to 't&Klp':i<t?$ tho,  work at Creaton eaily in March if  arrangenicmts can lie made with thoni.  ���������Due to the 0011 tiuueel miid  weather the>."*oiiior8fy|it.:Fern'ie are  oiily wqvkinjg. part time tii is win t or.  1 ���������>'"  m/mm  Th������ ���������engineers CBtirnato^'itj.7wJH  tsabi "|225,00O to give ilie'irrigitecl  lands at  JPoiitiotqii   all...t,ho ���������.water  requirfjcl vfop. ������rbo������..;': ' v^liis ys,ifiim: wilJ  r-icicl 1129 aore feet 'to :tK������yyp^eB0iriit  fauppiy, ������������������.*.    ���������-��������� ���������������������������-*��������� - ���������'���������  GAS for LIGHTING PURPOSES  - "   -* _    **  We have now a supply of reallj- good gas for  lighting purposes. Very high Grade WHITE UOSfe,  ^ product known all . over the American continent.  Use it and save trouble. - s -  7 Buy ; E_N"*-AR-CO    Products   wheit   purchasing'  Lubricating Oil or Grease*    .,..',  Our SILVERLiGKT COAIi OIL gives satisfaction for incubator Lamps. ... -      '   yl  / FLOUB and FEED  SUPPLY  "���������'-"     I  Mr. FRUIT GROWER  Why not place your order for your Box requirements  *   now, and have them delivered at once so you can  make them up in your, spare" time and save the  .-   cost of having them made.   , We will give you 5%  off on. them, payable March 1st, 19267   This offer  good only until the 15t&^day of February, 1926..  chas. o. roi>oe;_rs  BOX J^ANTJlPACrriJRkR  HliirniiiMIH'l.i  :C  m. - >- **���������  Radio Supplies!  We  can  take  care   of your requirements   in   Hadio  Batteries, Tubes and Accessories in^, prompt  and intelligent mariner.    ^'  ,OARS     -  na  P. BURNS & CO.. Ltd.  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S31  ^  I1H  #:7.S:7yy;:^_fr0^^y7yyy^7iyf:'  MzzMiiMMM0&Su  :Zmz������m frcM msz^ ^-  Alberta Oil Wells  About 80,000 Square Miles in Province  That Have Petroleum Possibilities  "There are approximately - 80,000  square miles in Alberta that have  petroleum possibilities, according to a  reported statement made by Dr. Allan,  of the University ot Alberta. Development work included D6 wells drill-1 ���������^J;"hl^*^.j2J C1_-F^.b*!_**^"i ������jp*S5-������S������*.  ed. to 1925, aboiit"~15 wells completed  and at August, 3925, 15 -wells were be-  Keep ypur horses working with  "SPOHN'S."   Standard  rem  edy Sor 32 yeais for Distemper.  Strangles, Influenza; Coughs and  Colds. Give to .sick and those exposed. Give "SPOHN'S" for Dog Distemper. JSold bvyour druggist. Iff not,  order irom us. Two sizes, large and  i SPOHN MEDICAL CO.Dspt 23 GOSHEN, llfD.  1-iORSK  ~V   ing  drilled.      Oil production from Al-1 crossing lakes and storm-swept strips,  Zi j bei-ta. iolS. to 1924. was 60.000 barrels.   oC barrens where poison-baits could be  ,S������N OF  lames Oliver CurwaDd  A LOVE EPIC OF THE FAB  Copyright; 1917. by Doubleday,   Page   &   Co.  "BAKER, SOX OP KAZAN." El Vitagraph Picture. Witb Woir. the War Do;  an  Adaptation of This Story  SYNOPSIS I pack turned  on him.       It was  not a  :     Baree.  lhe wolf-dog,- attracted  from j two-wolf fight���������non!      It was the pack.  the  cabin of  Pierrot, the trapper, by j He is cut and    torn    in    fifty    plaqes.  the call of tlie wolves, arid .Maheegura, j And���������iuon Dieu, he is alive!"  lhe  young   she-wolf  who  was   on the i     In Plerrot.g voico there was growing  .same   quest,   at   length   overtook   the , _       ��������� 4,  pack. A grav wolf advanced to Ma- v*onder and amazement. He was m-  heegum and she snarled at him. Baree ; credulous, and yet he could not disbe-  sought to protect her. whereupon a ' lieve what his eyes told him. What  horde of the beasts attacked him and j had happened Avas nothing short of a  he barely escaped with his life.    Bad-       . ---  ly wounded, and dazed, because lie hail ; ������������������<*f. and for a time he uttered not  been cast out by his .own kind���������he. a. word more bu,t remained staring in  was half-wolf���������he iled and again silence while Nepeese woke from hei-  wandered alone through .the woods. '  ! astonishment to give Baree doctoring  and food. After lie had eaten ravenously of cold boiled mush she began  bathing    his    wounds in warm water.  and after that she soothed them' with  beai'rgrease," talking to him all the time  in her soft Cree.  CHAPTER XVIII.���������Continued.  lie ditfnot hear, a few minutes later  the howling of the disappointed wolf-  horde on the other side of the river,  and he no longer sensed tho existence  of moon or stars. Half dead, lie dragged himself on until by chance he  came to a clump of dwarf spruce. Into  this, he struggled-, and then dropped  exhausted. ��������� __  All that night and until noon the  next day Baree lay without mov-  ing. The fever burned in his blood;  it flamed high and swift toward death;  then it ebbed slowly, and life conquer-j  ed.     At noon he came forth.      He was j  weak, and he' wobbled on his logs. His j  hind   legs- still  dragged,   and   he   was  racked with pain.  A red ferocity grew in Baree's eyes  as he snarled iri the direction of last  night's  fight  with the wolves.      They  were    no    longer his people.    - They  were no longer of his blood.      Never  again could the hunt-call  lura him or  the  voice  oi   the  pack   rouse   the  old  longing.       Ia   him   there,  was  a  thing  new-born,   aa  undying hatred  for  ihe  wolf,   a  haired   that   was   to   grow  iu  him until it became li!;-? a disease in  his vitals, a thing ever present and insistent,     demanding     vengeance     on i  their kind. !  '..In a week or two _the heavier snows    : eame, and  Pierrot began making his  trips   over   the   trap lines.,      Nepeese  *���������'������������������          **���������            I_K*'L  i  '                ^ .     ft \sg0i,  V.      v5 fl Iii  ,^3slas^l_?^__S_8hf������i������  .'  '������������������'-.���������. "'vl ���������'  -  ���������AJAA.  *  ' "To Nepeese and Baree it was a wild  and joyous adventure that never for a  day grew tiresome." '  "***:  CHAPTER   XIX.  At   th-*  each*  on  th.-  (..ray  Loon, on  the   fourth   ti.ii.lir   ot   Baree's   abs������.nee,  Pierrot   \va_.  j-tnukini.  hii;  pip-; ari������*r a: j^^  great.  s-:uppi-r  of caribou lenderloin he j  hjid broutfh"  in I'tvim ih������- irail. nnd-No-���������  I������e**su-  was  "listening so. hi.s vale,  of rhe:  remarkable- ..hot  !.������.> had made, when a:  .���������sound   at   ii..-   door  irU'-rrupied   tlieiuy  ai,..;il:.,���������    v....._-... 3 _  iiiniiaiifj,     uaigniu  set for fox and wolf. Halfway over  this line Pierrot had built a small log  cabin, and at the end of it another, so  that a day' swork meant twenty-five  miles. This was easy for Pierrot,  and not hard on Nepeese after the  first few days.  All through October arid November  they made the. trips regularly, making  the round every six days, which gave,,  ono. day of rest at the cabin on the  Gray Loon and another day in the  cabin at the end of the trail. To  Pierrot the winter's work was business,  the labor of bis people for many generations back; to- Nepeese and Baree  it was a wild" and joyous adventure  that never for a day grew tiresome.  Even Pierrot could not quite immun  ize himself against their enthusiasm.  IL was infectious, and he was happier  than he had been since his sun had  set that evening the .priitcess mother  died.   ,7y      y.-y   ]-A*..  \. .--y-'. -  One afternoon early in December,  as ���������tliey" ������������������ were returning to the Gray  Loon, Pierrot stopped suddenly a  dozen paces alidad of Nepeese and  stared at the snow. A. strange  sii.6wsh.pe- trail had* joined their own  and .was' heading .toward the cabin.  For half a hiintite Pierrot was silent  and scarcely moved a muscle as he  stare-IT"-���������, The: trail came straight out  of the north���������and off there was Lac  Bain. Also they w<ei*e the marks of  large..ysn9wshp.es, and the stride indicated was that of a, tall, man. Before  Pierrot had spoken, Nepeese' had  guessed what they meant.  "M'sieu.the Factor from. Lac Bain!"  she said. "       y.... yy-'-y       ,__  Pierrot, deep ih his own.'"sombre  thoughts, scarcely heard the strange  laugh that camexsuddenly from her  lips. Nepeese was listening to the  growl that was again ii*. Baree's  throat. It was a"���������low' but terrible  sound." When half a mile from "tbe  cabin) she nnslung the panniers from  his ^shoulders and carried them herself. Ten minutes later they saw a  man advancing to nieet them.  It was not McTaggart. Pierrot  recognized hini, .and with an- audible breath of relief waved his hand.  It was DeBar, who trapped in the Barren Country north of Lac Bain. Pierrot knew him well. They had exchanged fox-poison. They were  friends and there was pleasure in the  grip of their hands. DeBar stared  then at Nepeese.  DeBar  lost  11b   time   in   explaining  Proves Honesty Of Public  - j" " '���������.  Renting   Motor Cars   Is  New Industry  f -In Chicago ' '"' y  Inherent honesty of its customers,  the-.-public, is"bne of the cardinal assets that is permitting a new national  industry to grow by leaps and bounds  ���������rthe drlve-it-yourself taxi.  '"Each of - its business "dealings present in itself an opportunity for a person criminally inclined bcr"_o wrong  without let or, hindrance, yet in the  typical 999 "of one thousand cases  nothing dishonest ensues", and it is revealed' that special-' pains have been  taken to prevent damage or loss  -through"* what might be legally excusable carelessrfess.  The trade must be held open to all  comers, and, aside from proving .ability as a motor car driver and identifying one's self- as the person represented, no tests of any nature are  made. j  Such is the finding of the system of  renting motor cars, fostered and,de-'  veloped by John..."Hertz, the Chicago  taxi-cab and motor coach mamifac-"  turer, after nearly two years of the  new venture. ~ ,- .    *  The ren,taj cars--beau no especially  made, thief-proof devices, coloring or  markings, ami do not differ'lrnaterial-  ly in appearance frbni the various  makes of cars manufactured for private ownership, yet in the thousands  of rentals theft is very rare.  Mothers Treat Colds  The Ne-y"Dired_;'JVay  No Longer Neceasary-w "Doae".Children With Internal Medicines to  Break Cold*. *".  Children's diges-  tionsryare easily up-  set by too much  84dosirig." Vicks  VapoRub being externally applied,  does riot unset little  stomachs. ���������"  - Atthe first tagn of  croup, sore throat,  or any other cold trouble, apply Vicks  freely. There is-nothing to swallow���������  you just "rub it oh."    , -  Crsa ZffftusottJ&PS Usso YsAGiar  Odd-Hours  For Work  Antelope In -National Park .  " Antelope, . which-' were" threatened  with extinction in Canada a few years  ago, have been successfully preserved  in NenaSsk-yn National, Park. When  this preserve was established in 1915,  there were only 45 In the herd, the last  survivors of thdttsands that once had  roamed -the prairies. There are now  235 in the herd.  NOW FIND RELIEF  Inventor Finds His Brain" Is Clearest  Early In the Morning  Different people have different ways  of working. Mr. Louis Brennan,  C.B., tlie inventor ofthe Brennan torpedo and the gyroscopic monorail system of -transport, wakes up regularly j .^q^j'  at about 3 a.m. He busies himself  with thinking cut problems, elaborating his; theories, etc., for a couple1* of  hours, at the end- of which -time.he aa,  regularly sleeps again, getting up a  few hours later. From Jong experience, Mr. Brennan) who Is now engaged in developing the principle pf the  helicopter, finds his brain clearer, and  conditions generally more favorable  for effective "work,1 in the early .morning,than at any other timet) f th������ev>day.  Cuts and Bruises Disappear.-���������When*  suffering from cuts, scratches, bruises,  sprains,^sore throat or fehest arid Tany  similar ailment,; use Dr. .Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Tts healing power is well-  known in every section . of the community. A bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil should beyln every medicine  chest -ready".-foi? ^the emergencies that  inay always be anticipated.  Zooy Specimens For France  JJalU      a-lia-ll-U      jljiLl.     X4,  with  him   this  winter.       Pierrot  had  taken   hor   into   partnership,;*-    Every  hls mlsB*lon, arid: before they reached  deadfall,   and  N"ep������������-.-.������:- opr-ned ii, and 15a* t.-e came ln.  The  crv   of w^-ifjinti- ih:ii   was  on  the  trap, every fifth  .very fifth poison-bait was to be herl why hG had come;  own, ami what they caught, or killed  was to bring a bit nearer to realization a wonderful dream that was growing in the Willow's soul. Pierrot had  'promised.       If   they   had   great   Juclt  U---1  'ben  .' *t.,.  i that  winter,  they  would  go  down 1,o-  mstaiuly,  und , goth<.r   on   th),   last   snows   to   Nelson  ��������� could not quite; Houso   ftntl   buy   the   littlo   old   organ  that  liad  return-, ,haL was fm. sa]0_ tl,oro;  aml lf Llie or.  iliiy." nnd ��������� ^.,ui   W,(H   j..,^,^   t]loy   -would   work   an-  oiher winl^r, and get a new one.  This     pljiu     gave     Nepeese  an   t*n-  l.w 0,; him Uwmurks of si:.i-;���������mslaH)!c    nm]    1ll.o]et,fi    interest    in  v.'itioii.       fi.-ittle-cr-.irrt <1     nnd    eov.'i-ed  wiih  dri'-'i   blood-Ho I.-;   th.'st  ienju-ioi3.-'3\   lo  hi.-, lo:.'.. iu'iJ  girl's     ]ij>.-  PieiTut   .-.'.JU ..-i.i  li"-n������"V.-  "Uis   r-r--r;-;nr  r-r.t wa-  O.i" wolf ..oir.      Thi  iiiph".-"   ut    )i-ung������-r   jt*.   v.jiia-U   In-   -.'..til-!  iu*t hum h������-<*iii--e (j! ilie 1*.-*.- ihat  dragged had  .fill   elunt*  he  was ;i  Ir.'-'.v  n t  la~-t  ������" long breath  ;���������_���������-���������-. A    4\\if-r   j-mlli-    whs-  F'i.-rroi '��������������������������� l.u-e us in- le.in-  .���������il 1'orw.m.l iu hi;; chair; ;md ihep.  slowly rl-inr*: to lii.i   f������*i't. a nil  Ji1<iking  I'lu.-iei*.   'it'-   t-''tii!   1<������   ****���������< h������ '* e:  "V������������iitiv   Sifi/ii   (Jrl,--!        ("nil,   lie   li'i:-"  Ij.-t-n   to   l.h ���������   r-fi-'lf.   .S.'jH'f'Si',   find   ihe  the  ���������-Ik lit  thar  1  :';!'(>.'';!    Na.jja-.  gTOwiiiK   in  j..,. n*u|j-line. With Pierrot it was  j iiiiii-e or li"������s,s a fine bil of stralegy.  :JIe would have sold his hand to  ; -"lv.-   Nepeese  the   organ;   he  wan   do-  i ti-ruiined    lil.il.   bile      rihuUld      luiVu      if,  ��������� whether ihe Hfili li;ap.s and tlv* fifth  ih'tidl'jiJlH find ihe fifth polfton-haiLs  eaitght the fur or not.      Tlie ji-artnei*-  the  cabin Pierrot and,Nepeese knew  %1'sieu, the factor   at  Lac ^Bain,   was   leaving   on   a  journey in live days, and he had sent  DeBar as  a  special  messenger to  request Pierrot to come up to assist the  clerk and  the half-breed  storekeeper  in his absence.    Pierrot made no comment at first.      But he was thinking.  Why had Bush McTaggart    sent    for  him?-    Wliy had ho not chosen Home  one   nearer?      Not  until   a   fire   was  crackling   hi  the  sheet-iron   stove   in  the cabin, and Nepeese was busily engaged   getting   supper,   did   he   voice  these questions to the fox-hunter.  DeBar shrugged his "-boulders.  "Ho iiHl-ed  mc, at first,  If I could  slay.     But 1 have a "wire,,.with a had  lung, Pierrot.     if was caught by frost  last  winter, and I  dare -not leave l\������i*  long  alone.      JIo  has  great  faith  in  you.     Bi'shb'tf, you lenbw nil tho trap  EJuffalo, Mountain^Sheep and Mountain  Goats Presented by Canadian  :  ;    Government  The steamer "Weiianu County, sail;  ing from Montreal will carry two buffalo, three. Rocky Mountain sheep and  three Rocky Mountain goats, gifts  from the Canadian Government to the  National Museum of Natural History  in Paris, France. .  The buffalo were taken from the  national hero in Buffalo National Park,  Wainwright, Alta., while tho consignment of sheep and goats are from  Rocky Mountain National Park, Banff,  Alta. Tho shipment was consolidated at Winnipeg. '"���������������������������"���������  By Driving the Poisonous Acid  Prom the System  Rheumatf.sm    attacks    people when  the blood is thin and watery or charged up with igipurlties, thus setting up  inflammation., of    the    muscles    and  joints.       Cold, wet. weather or sharp  winds may start the pains,: :but    the  cause is rooted In the:blood, and to get  relief it must be' treated through the  Asa blood builder and nerve  tonic Dr. Williams* Pink Pills are unsurpassed^ and for that reason do not  fail to give relief to rheumatic sufferers when given "a fair trial.- " Among   ���������-  the     rheumatic    sufferers  wlio "have  proved the great value of this medicine 'is    Mr.  "N. M. Foley, Windsor,  N.S.,., who says:-���������'.*My trouble started  with a bad eold> the result of .working  in a heavy;rainstorm.      From that it  developed into rheumatism, which badly crippled me "arid kept me confined   -  to bed for upwards of six months. The  doctorywhbytreated yihieydid  hot' help  ine, and eyery friend who calledyto see  meThad something "different to advise.  Some of these  i^-oiedies^I triedy but  with no better results.     My legs were  stiff from  the  hips  down,  and  every  move I mad--? caused intense pain, and���������  constantly-1 was. growing'-weaker. Then  a friend from Falmouth,- who came to  see me, asked if,I had tried Dr. Williams'   Pink  Pills.       I   had   taken  so  -mu<*h medicine without benefit that 1^  was skeptical and-said so.   My friend,  however.-  had    so    much faith in the  pills that he got me a supply and to  please hliii I began  taking them.-.    I  had not been taking them long when  I began to feel a change for the better,  and I gladly, got   a . further   supply.  Soicm.1 Was able to, get out of bed and  walk around oh crutches.      Still taking the pilis, I used in all seventeen  * boxes, by which time I was a well man  and at^vork every day. \Now I always  keep d* box of Dr. WtUiatns' Pink PHls  in the house and if I feel an ache or  pain  I  take  them,  and  always   with  good results.      I believe I-would still  be a bed-ridden, cripple but for thews'  pills, and I  shall  alway?  praise  and  recommentLthem."      ���������  Y.ou 'can get these  pills   from  any .  medicine    dealer    or    by   mail at 50  cents a  box from The  Dr.  Williams  Medlclrte Co., Brockville, Ont.  kIiIi- m.-ant. noihlng so far hs ilmt to i ,)(,,.>s on the Company's books at Lac  eoneejned. I*wt in a no tin-r way it, |naitu flo he .sent for you, and bogs  m.-.ini 10 Nepeei-e a biihin<-sH inter*---!, i yon uo( to wor,.y ;ibout~your rtir-line.-*,  the  thrill  ui,    i...j*Monal    nchierement.   Jlrt  lM_,  wm 1)ay  you  double  what you  would ciutch in this Uhie"you arc r\t tho  .*^K^B*^J:IJ'lJflS���������^,'-'"  ,fr^k- .y'./7������������������':-.'.-.'���������,'���������..;. '"���������'"���������   :.  ���������'���������.-..'���������; " -/ft  ^^-^^'B^fl-^_^B|jj_^|H-NB.aw.^^.B^|^^-R^^^K^i^'^^L  >f(^MBM^i#*fl '^_*_ ixmYmM"mWF^'>������*Mvmm<fzJk  vCj" 4 m.^m ���������,mm*mmmw,.- ��������� i. m.,  mmmm  . m.    ,.r^~jk  ,fy    ,   >   - ?-������.,. v;: ,������,.:.... ,x,-������.-:<        A>3h_  \  Pl.-i-j-aJi iini>r<*.������.'.i (| pn her ihat It made  ;..   ciiiiiiiKld   jijj.I   *ti-NVtnlii-r   1*1    Jn.-r   on  ill"  trail.  "1'hn.J.  wiiri  his H'.li-'-m'*-'.'   loj  keep her v. HJj him when he was away  f������<jin  ih'* enl.hi.       If.- lniuw  iliut  Hindi  ;-l<.:'i'j(l-.giU'l     IVCtllJi)    euljje   ji^aJU     10    tlie;  Cray 1-uoii, inobably more ihan onee \  dlirifjg 111-- win Mr. Jle hud ..\vlf| dog.H,!  and it wa,-" :������ kJiOI'I Juun;- y,     And when  j  AI <��������� i-,ll_>',.a.������ 1      i:;il.������������-.     Nt'lM-ene     JjJUKt     liul  j be u:   t he '-Sibil.-    'tioiie.  I     Pierrot'-i    trap line    i.wung  into Iho  n'-.nii .'������jul vveHt I'jjVeilni: In all a inai-  ['11 of fifty ladle;-, \*lth aii average -*1  1 1 wo irapH, one ileadfull uiel j* |io1hoh  S Ij.'iIi   to ru'-l.   ndle.       It   v.-a: ������  IwljidlnK  Hi..-   hl.i'/ed   iilong   'i'r.'iiuiK   for  mink,  a.at.r    -anil    (lOrli'fl.     I ������i ������ ' ������' (' I l< l������    Hi.-   ll('(������|B<'Kl  1'OHt.'  fTo be continued)  flHILBLAINS!  WaHh iho feet with warm  water    -ami     rub     with  MirKird'*".      Quickly Ktops  iho pain.  DM  Corns disappear when treated with. I  Holloway's    Corn    Remover    without  leaving a scar. "  ���������_.    1    ' - 1--, _ in -, ���������   ������������������   -   :--i 1    1-   ��������� .  Microphones Are Effective  01    III   ...    I II.    I-IW  New  Innovation   in   Britisii   House  of  Lords May Cause Trouble  Installation of microphones and  ourphonea in tho British .Houso of  Lords, so that the hitherto .inaudible*  debates may bo heard, .hreatena to  disrupt many friendships.  It has boon discovered, that tho  slightest whisper enters tho microphone fi and can ho hoard "by any per*  ..on who happens to Jiavc hla phonea  over hiB marn.  The rcHtilt of this Hensitivonoss ot  tho micvophono today was nn endless*  series of intcrjectionsr during the  spooclies. Such comments aa "why  doeBii't lie shut un?" ��������� "What rot,"  o.Lc, were plainly audible.  lkey asked his father for a definition  of honesty. "I will explain to -you,  mihe'Bon," said the parent. "Suppose  you >vas in business and vent to t,he  bank to cash a check for $40 and dor  cashier gave you $K0.. Vell^i-nlne son,  If you gave five of dot extra ten to  your bartr-er, clot vould' he..honesty."  Do The Things  Other  Girls   Did  Miss I, J. Rosa, Bcollard, Alta.,  writes:���������*'% am only twenty years  old-, hut have suffered froni heart  palpitation and' ncrvo trouble for  several yonra^  I could never-do tlio thin-ja other  glrla did, that is, in tho lino ot  sporta, sUatlnii;,' etc., and could never  depend on my������alf at work,  About , aix months ago I began  taking  W.  I Oh*.  i  fovcHiH  for fltilter <at    und    lyn\    tun  Another World's Champion  Tho world'H champion egg emhroid*  d|������rer 5s i*ald to live In Paris.-���������- ln tho  'AlufiUnn hoiiHf." at. Iho Decora live Arts  ExpoBlHon he ban an egg embroidered  wllh Hllk iJuvikd pulleil through 1,631  holes. Tw<mty-1wo eggri broke, but  the 22rd wa������ mastered after 14&  monlhi.' work.  an4 nni iunt twine th������ pflri I waa, and  cam -mjay ovorythlug In gcvnoml life  no ittticH mora. I am very grateful  for  what  your   3'llln  havo  dono  for  mo.  H  "p-it.  in.  onlr  hy  -Tlie T.  Mllburn  I    Ocjm liniitod, Toronto, Out.  W'*^M!XSSiSSS^S^tVB'!l*^fVS*i^  S___*'l__S__*^__^S__*^l*tlftl*-|__J___^_^^ yyxyy's-M  .'.-Ov  ZmmT^jfLt^  I'-'>V-  I  lv--"  X-  I  -c C^^^^wS^*"--"^**-}sa  COMFORT, pleasure, congenial surroundings���������-never a day when you are housebound-���������for Vancouver's winter climate  is famous for its mildness.  Famous artists, from London and New  York, great hits, the -newest feature' ^pictures���������provide entertainment during winter  months. Sports that you enjoy at home-  ice hockey in the immense Arena; snowshoe-  ing and ski-ing on nearby snow-covered  mountains, golf on" evergreen fairways, and  football. Hunting and fishing, hiking and  mountain climbing.  Then there is the joy of - motoring over  paved roads that stretch in every direction  from the city. Short trips to nearby resorts  add interest to your stay.  Write for beautifully illustrated FREE book'  let WI. This Bureau voiU gladty supply-information an city homes, farm lands, or  business opportunities. Consult local agent  regarding  railway rates.  GREATER VANCOUVER PUBLICITY BUREAU  ���������     -      *--   --" Vancouver, B. C  O  N  ��������� Horizontal  1���������One who' captures.  6���������People^ who   are  Indifferent to pleasure or  pjiin.  11���������Purchasers of- securities.-  12���������Near.  14���������Spread to dry.  13���������Steal.  16���������Engineering degree.  17���������Vehicle** used for  moving.  19���������Pertaining to ships.  21���������Wing-like organ.  22���������God of love.  24���������Pinch. "  25���������An astringent.  26���������Watery portion . of  certain  animal fluids.  28���������Small bodies of land.  29���������Dutch merchant -vessels.  30���������Reward. v  33���������Perceived "  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  A gas -mask"producing its own bxy-"  gen has been invented by H. O. Carter,  of Victoria, Australia.. This has partially solv*ed-< at least, the problem of  masks for divers .and miners?  The world's largest saxophone re-  ce,ntly made Its, -, appearance- in London  in a-musical display. It is 22 feet  high and "tho hell is four feet in dia-  meter-7 ������������������ ���������:,���������,-.- ���������/���������.y..      '        yyxx--'  Basalt, a little town in th^niouhtaUts  of Colorado, iis so prosperous, it;*"has  asked "the state public utilities commission permission, to PT-0'v.hio.'.-->vater  to its resldentsfrG^jof; charge,. 7y' :'  During tho^ doiholitlon of tt very old  house-in a vllhi^e'neai- Bergamo^ Italy,  a Imuran skull filled with antique gold  and j-iiyer coins was found in a hollow  wall. 7tv     - y;.,,... ''. . ..':  Provision Cor tho upkeep of-his large  si ring "'of horses until their ..natural  death and the erection then of stones  over their graves, l.j made in the will  of the; Into David Shaw, millionaire  ..hor������-_ fancier of Cleveland.  Communism can gain' no footing In  .Britain'if'good Iiousoh, food and opportunities to succeed- are available*,  declares MIhs Irouu Ward, political student, "in an addioss before" tlie Canadian Club tit Toronto.  A resolution, lo-aillrmlng tho Htand  of organised labor In the United  SUiU.rt-'iii favor of tlio iii'im-ijj..|e-j of t.ht-  7worid-court, was passed by the oxecu-  llvo of- the Anferlpan Federation of  Labor at Washington.  ^^M^.m,^^,^,,MM^;il^_J^m���������<^J^tJ^,���������|.nir^1TJmt^^.)rmmrM|Wwl|^^  *��������� ������"WW>������**gr<-H^^  A Tonic Restorative  SCOTT'S EMULSION  Not THriUed  By City  Life  Eskimos Apparently Not Impressed By  .  *'' 'A Si.g his" In Mbntre^r-:''7yV':,y-r^.  After seeing all the sights of a modern city -tlie four yoUbg Eskimos^ seamen who joined the Jean Revillion,  an Arctic" fur-trading schooner, when  she was brought to Liverpool, 7N.S.,  for overhauling, were -apparently not  thrilled. A.  , The only.modern thing man likes'!  to which they havo become partial,' is"  tobacco, for thoy smoke continually.  Tho Eskimos went from Montreal  to JPagwa, Ontario, y where they, will  stay for the Winter. It will bo impos-  .vible to send the boak-'norfh-before the'  spring,, so. the. natives aro being.kept  at Piigwa until an opportunity occurs  In . the.rspring to takoHhe'rii, bVeriah'd'  to their "homo at Baker Lake.  /'.  Alberta Good Roads  y .  Road  Ambitlohe Road Building Programme  Will Be Completed in 1927  By 1927 the Alberta Government,  hopes' to complete ita $3,500,000 road  building programme, so Hon. Alex.  Ross, minister of public work's; announced. By'that, time the province  wfll havov earned a" $1,500,000 grant  from tho Federal Government." Sub-  gradoa are being constructed on 2,500  miles of highway. Six hundred miles  hav'u been surfaced already and about  250 miles-gravelled, Ultimately all  the main highways in Alberta, loading  east,* wont,  north  and  south,  will be  gi'ti.V������-*li"d."  Sweden Had Unusual Summer  ������������������-*���������������������������   .-*=-��������� / ���������*��������� *-     i*  . .  ���������/          Average Temperature Was High.With  An Abundant Rainfall ���������  Th������ official daily weather records,  which.in Sweden go back Two hundred  years, reveal for the past season a  number of astonishing facts. On  several: occasions tTiis: *summerZ Sweden has been warmer than Egypt, and  ttre average temperature for July was  higher in Stockholm than in Paris.  The rainfall was also three times  more abundant than usual and yet the  .number of hours with sunshine came  close to the record, held by 1914. The  Swedish crop has been remarkably  abundant \this year and the weather  conditions for the harvest favorable.  Of PURE COD-LIVER Oil-  i-OW NURCINO MOTHERS  ABOUNDS   IN VITAMINS  mmmiwmt  Ontarlo'a Honey Crap  - Ontario's crop of honey thin year is  or exceptionally high quality, and already -3,200.000 pounds of new honey  have boon moved through .the co-operative association. Tho product of  Ontario ��������� uptarles i������ now finding its  way Into the -Scandinavian, couritrlea,  Frniir.*, itVljjlum, Holland, Germany  and-Switzerland.  ," 'Created!;, Canadian '��������� Record ' ,  Pen of White Leghorns at Lang ley,  B.C., Wins Egg-Laying Contest  With a grand total of 2,G83 ,eggs, tho  pen of White .Leghorns owned by J.  H. Mufford, Langley, has won the fifth  egg-laying, contest at the Dominion  experimental farm, AgasBiz, B.C. Tho  pen haw not only created a Canadian  record but probably a world record under oflleial test, according to W. H.  HI'ckH, superintendent of tho station.  The hens of tho winning pen of ten  birds havo an average of 268 eggs each.  W.    N.    T*.     JfiOG  {stop that cold with Mlnard'a Liniment  COUGHS THAT PASS  JNTUENIGyr  < **���������*���������  yGRAYSrSYRUpyr  IBe.������������ air-el Comfcwffl  conri-e with the v������5i*y  Ibrat apoonful  ���������_MMM_M*-"~*"���������������������������������������������'���������   Tf^'TfTffliFf^  prince' 13  16  3 7���������Mohammedan  3S���������Kitchen  utensil.  40���������Kind of duck.  41���������Illuminated.  42���������Was concerned.  44���������Bond. ' -  45���������Pronoun.     . " 1 '-  46���������Belonging to us.   '-  47���������Negative.  yjg 55y  50���������Kind of deer <pl.).  52���������Kind-of match  (pi.).  53���������Fame.  **ct  Vertical  1���������Desires earnestls*..  2���������Jumbled type.  3���������High -explosive.  4���������Cooking apparatus.-  5���������Projection in" a wall.  - 6--���������Long,   narrow   piece  of leather.  7���������Implement.  S���������Circle.  9���������Exists. x  10���������Emits vapor.  -Weed.  ���������Hint. -   -  18���������Negative conjunction  20���������Caller.  21���������Everything.  23���������Sweet- food.  25���������An article .Th the pi*o--  - perty    of    a -deceased  persoii.  27���������Month of the-year.  -8���������Possessive pronoun.  3C���������Redress.  31���������Pour forth.  32���������.Deep hole.  34���������Gain as  clear profit  35���������Navigate.    ,:  36���������Number.  38���������Slices.  39���������Type of niale~ voice.  42���������Cunning.  43���������Stupefying drug.  46���������Single unit.  48���������Twice five.'  5C���������Since.  51���������Therefore.  International Livestock Exposition  Qcrcd  Repi-cs'cntation  From  Canada  at k  Big  Show in  Chica-go  The -farmers of Canada are very  largely represented in competition  with the. best^that "thfe^TJnfted- States*  cah"* produce at the International Live-T  stock* Exposition at Chicago. Last.  year Canadian ..exhibitors - swept the  boards in the -hay and grain- show and  also won some of the most coveted  blue ribbons for horses, cattle and  sheep. - The most- outstanding victory  won by Canada last year was when J.  C. Mitchell, of Dahinda, Saskatchewan,  won the world's whe"at prize, making  the third time he had scored this honor and the -hirteenth time that Canada had won it in the fourteen years  the competition has been held. Mitchell's prize bushel of Marquis wheat  was the best in over 600 displays from  all parts of the United States and Cah-  aday He Is competing, this ��������� year. ��������� and-  has hopes, of winning again.    "  ILR.H-.-the Prince of Wales is entering his famous ShorLhorki bull, "King  of the Fairies,**^which was a.championship-winner at this year's Rdyal Winter Fair in Toronto. This bull, which  is being sent from the l?rlnce's ranch  near High River, Alberta, won a  fourth at Chicago last year. It has  won championships in the most Important ��������� livestock shows in Western  Canada and has been awarded a gold  medal by the 'British Shorthorn  Breeders'.Association.  At last year's International Show,  Canadian grains and seejds captured  122 prizes including the world's'championship tov wheat, and the* highest  awards for alfalfa seed fltrir, flint corn  and yfloid peas, 25_out of the 30 premiums for hard sprang wheat and 24  out of 30 in oats.  As In other years one of the attractions at the show will bo the Canadian  Government exhibit showing the great  variety of products of tha farms, nntl  orchards In all part a of Canada and  Indicating the opportunltSc'j the Dominion offers to settlers on its fertile  lauds, 2.40,000,000 acrea of which still  await settlement. The International  Show will ho held from November  28lh to December 5th Inclusive.  Answer to Last Week's Puzzle  New ?ulp MU1  Construction Work Started For Marti-  , toba Pulp and Paper Company  Work is now under way on the "250-  ton pulp and paper miii being erected  by the Manitoba Pulp and Paper Company, Limited, according to Col. II.  C, L. Jones, vice-president of the Spanish River Pulp and Paepr Company,  which is7 behind the venture. The  mill, when completed,'will be very  similar to the one now owned by tho  latter company at Espanola, Ontario,  and the construction, conditionsi'ou the  two sites are also alike.  'Mrs.. Gableigh . <at the shore.).���������I  often wonder what the wild waves  aro saying.  Husband.���������Nothing, Maria. Th<<y  are like' sorao people I know; they  make a great deal of noise but they  don't say anything.  Peevish, pale, rustle*-** and Hlckly  children owe ilic-lr eut.Hllt.Jon to worms,  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  will,relieve them aQ������! restore health.  a h&t On������ Pinaple  May Become Many  Farmer (using telephone tor the  first time).���������Send me a bushel of oata.  Voice Over tho Wire.���������Who are they  for? Farmer,���������-DoBt't be funny with  me, my lad.     They are for my horse.  Minard's Liniment for brulaca  Prevent-More hy  Using Cuticura  8o������p regularly and Cutlcum. QlnH-  mene when neoeanary. The Soa-p  ckansc* tbe clogged, Irritated porca,  the Ointment soothe** -������"������������������" b������a.tti.  hMb luk VMM yf rnVmrnm.    K&fir.*.  R-uMBr!la������  ���������..-,,.    .Mm^mW  im   tJ4* . IKaaaB.ua"���������\-     f-NHra.-. Kn.il  13*1, Olah������������-il tX luul U?c.. TiOcuima ������c.  C^Uoutw. 5lMt-rUui Stklt _LS������,    . .rand  Theal  A powerful mixture of dramatic  dynamite   and   laughing   lightning I  The story of a man who landed a  job. ti girl and a knockout with one  blow.  RICHARD DIX lands tke hii of  his life with this fast-action comedy f  Members ofthe Hod and Gun Club  should be out tonight for the February  meeting in the Mallandaine. -block.  Ihe building committee will report at  this session.-  Mr,", and ~ Mrs. .Romano left on  Wednesday for, ^a visit witb .. their  dattghter, Mrs. DeLuca, at Michel.  They will also spend a   few  days  in  Crrnbrook.    -**    ' -   -*" " >  Members of Creston Board of Trade  should be out for the February meeting on Tuesday night, at which the  sTanding committees for the year will  be struck,     ~ r  Up till the first yof February 52 auto  licenses have been issued at the Creston  office of the provincial police���������the  biggest first of the year license business ever,.done here.'   *  SheriflMDqyle was a visitor here at  the weekend going-on to Kitchener on  Monday for a sate of horses belonging  to the Continental Lumber & Pole  Company. Limited.  BOYS'     and     GIRLS'  ���������    *-      A" s -���������  Coughs and CoSds  NyaTs Pinol, Cherry Cough Syrop^ RexalFWhite  Pine, juid Tar, Cherry Bark Cough Byrup.  Kelly 's White Pine and Tar Mentholated  J^^'MtmcT-': New Books!  Hew Victor Records!  CRESTON DRUe & BOOK STORE  "tCXJE&trm -=mr    "W-mw^-^tr  noTuHiit!  INTIMATION  MraAIvis_E0 Perkins  Expert Piano Toner und  Regulator  WILL BE IN CRESTON within a  month and will make his usual calls.  Mr. Perkins knows his business and  makes good. Comes strongly end'orsed  by many leading piano manufacturers  and others of note.  Leave ernH. at Review Office.  Local and Personal  SmoXers, ftlieniiori!  es  Fob Saijb���������KiEchen cabinet, almost  ne w.? ^Oreston Hotel.-  * * :. ���������  . -  ���������'-'.-��������� "���������        . .-'-. . . - ��������� 7  Fob SjZu&ZIiOOBe leaf ledger and  binding post.   V. Mawson...::      .   -<  Ttpe^tbiteb. Fob -.Sale���������No. JtO.  Remington^ in good shape, $35. * F. O.  Rodgess, Creston. ���������  PkSs Wasted���������Will buyla couple of  pigs from tvi-o to three months old.  Creston Hotel.   ,"��������� y ..���������..-  PotTiaTB-Y Fob ;&a������r���������-25. Plymouth  Rock pullets, air laying. F. H. Jack-  sonB Creston. y'y'    ''-~<Z"'-:      "';".*..'-:  Fob SalEt���������Pair ladies* hockey boots  size'-'five, and skates. "Also; banjo.  Enquire Review Office. .7  Hatt Fob Salb���������-Quantity of No, 1  alfalfa, for sale. Price, is right and v.'il!  deliver it where desired.    A. Wesling,  On.   ������������������ -���������' '���������'���������  ' '":::..7.7 . ���������'��������� ���������;������������������':��������� ,-lx.  I have just pat in stock a line of  Pipes ranging in price from  25 cents to $1.00.    Call and  aee  the   splendid   values  I  have at 25c and 50c".  Will  have  a  complete   line   of  TOBACCOS  and GIG-AS.-  ETTES hi  stock in a few  days.  V. MAWSON  CRESTON.  Mrs. .C. Murrell and daughter,  Mary, were 7-visitors':...withA Nelson  friends a. couple of days at the end of  tlie week.  y  Fob Sale���������Government Registered  Silver Black Foxes, $340 pair on easV  ���������A--~Y"termsof payment.      H.N. JARMAN,  Greston Hotel.  Horse Fob Sale���������Kanch horse,  weight 1325 lbs., well broken and  sound. 8 years old, .price $60r John  Garfield, Creston.  ���������  OGILVIE Gssds arc dcZcr.d^.,1.  Seasonable Lines  We are   particularly proud  of our new stock of  Heavy Rubbers  Shirts  docks  Great in wearing qualities  and priced right.  Inspect' those   lines���������its a  pleasure to show thorn.  __M___       __^N__.     H  -MmwP  jtfHH_a    ^0lmmm\      M^ttfe     __M_b  **..mmmHmtimm iii-Wium* ml  Mrs. Paine of Coronation, Alberta,  who has been here op a visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Dickson, left  for home on Wednesday.   .  Apples Fob S axb���������A few crates of  ���������jLcEntosh Red **Qln"* st -"L "M?.* cr������".-i*>*  while they last. Will deliver in town.  W. J. Truscott,  Greston.  Ha-- Fob Sale���������Alfalfa hay, 5n  good cond tion, price $J5 per ton at  barn. Apply John Bird, Land Settlement Board, Camp Lister, B.C.  Fob Salb���������-Flooring "and Drop Siding at reduced prices. Also a quantity  of No. 2 boards nnd shiplap. Wynndel  Box & Lumber Oo., Ltd., Wynndel.  Rev. C. H. Newby ia unable to get  here until at least the 10th of February, consequently there will be no  services fn Cluist Church on Sunday.  Commencing Monday Creston school  resumed the usual opening hour at  9 a.m. For the past three months the  youngsters had  been ffoing in at 9.30/  The C.G.I.T. of the Untied  Church  g-athered in abo_it $18 at their after,  noon tea and   Bale   of   candy   in   the  ehurch basement: on   Saturday   after  noon.  Fred Ityekman, Indian constable at  Cranbrook, whb shaking haUfda-wllh  numerous Oreston friends at the first  ofthe week, whilst here on official  bus. n eat*.  C O. Xtodg:cr.i jfc'ot back on Sunday  from attending the winter meeting of  the Mountain Lumbermen- Association^ whtch waa Iholcl at Calgary, Alta.,  last w<*������fe.  During her  stay   in   Creston,   Mra.  Howard FerffUHon of   Roiwland,   Who  spoke at the Connerratlveii ladles ralfcy  <>u WV_ne*Mli������y��������� wuh a guest of Mr**.  Herdman.  The Ladteo" AEd of tho Pre������byterl������.n  Church are observing 8t Valentine's  Day ou Saturday afternoon, February  ISSth, with aw af't.efcWi'OiYii ten, and s*lo  eooklnpf and faf.cjTand useful artlclc-a,  ab the home ol Mr������. (Dr.) Henderson,  m m   i   . '  wl *%rfa, , ... . *  '  4.H'U'Ji������< u  iM.it 4j.*mt ||_i.|j|.,   MJ      vyjll������^>������     ������all      HAH  invited.  MI3^B5a^^_    ilfi'fti4_-|k^fli-?-A-%B������s     ilj0fe^B4-__���������PHB    ^_*_tf_l^_g_       __!__._  ' ��������� V     - '"   ' - - _ * *"*"���������.-*.  Manuf-actured by the most reliable makers in Oauada.  '���������fm.  -AGENTS FOR  / i  9 Penman's, Watson's and  Stanfield's  AU Wool Underwear.  GRESTON MERCANTILE COMPANY  LIMITED  itmm  I  Aa^fcj&ttalftto,": m\ jMofly^-^fljfapf  ^_^_[       jffl^^       li|H9^ '   t^^mm^tm^ &&B9..-,,- jmJmW  y  * u  I  ,,���������"  Mackinawis  m .  The famous Oarss Mackinaw, 38 oz.  &is*gg Shifts   ���������  Double across shoulders and sleeves  and single ply 86 oz., 4.50 to $7,50.  A lull range of BOYS' and YOUTHS' MACKINAWS. The prices ore right  Heavy  ribbed 100% Wool  Combinations add Two Piece.  ���������- ��������� .,. r ;���������������������������-.: X "'���������������������������'     7 ���������   '  Mackinaw, Tweed, made Riding, Stag,  aud Straight Trpusftra* 5.SO to.$7.50-.  MM ts and GhnrM  *   -*, *   r *.-���������       s     *  In thia line you will find a complete range of Pullovers, Lined Mitts and  Gloves, 'Wool Gloves and Mitts.  Diy Goods  Groceries  mm,  mm        mmP^mm  Furntiuro  Hardware  fe������i������**!<������������^^ ffl������"*^t������!4$i^^  iW<MiiilW;jlWaiiWiiHWi_^^  l_^fi__iwSMii������iiti)irt_ai_w5������*������H^^  Biw������^iiiiawal._Wi_i_JIWiiJia


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