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Array _-  VbL.  XVIII.  (^^TXi^B.ih:^S^^\ FEBRUARY 19 192$  No. 1  February S^ssiom  isoard of T  The 1926 inaugural session of Creston  Bcia&i o&Trade >-as' held on .Tpupsda^  night last, with PresideH* RJaHandaine  presiding* and a gjood .turnout _rof  members* with the meeting- largely  taken _������ with .arranging the-year*s  standing committees . and disposing of  a considerable batch of correspondence  the latter includttig a. letter from F. B.  _EY������wfes\ manngei- of the Bank of Com"  *nerc������-v"i anja-uyer, ^nd a former press  dent of this board, who wrote congratulating the board on its effort's-and  assuring , that in'-financial as welL us  commercial circles at the coast the  opinion prevailed that of all the iplaces  in the interior none _ppeared~lo have  brighter prospects for the future "than  Creston*       _���������  The 3.O. Agent general's office $n  London, England, Wrote .asking for a  supply of literature dealing with the  CreBton district. A resident of Porto  Rico, :B.Cm ask for the names of a few  orchardists who might be wanting to  sell their farms. A Reddiffe, Alberta,  blacksmith wrote the board asking if  any shops of his trade were for sale  here, whilst a Mr. Thomas of Moose  Jaw, Sask., sent an urgent enquiry as  prunes on the lands that are about to  be reclaimed on Kootenay "Flats.  Af teg** some discussion the standing  committees were approved, as follows :  _ - \_  Pinanee^-:G. Johnson, C. W. Allan,  I>. 'IV Scrioigeour.  i- ��������� i  Transportation and Highways���������CO.  Rodgers, C. F. Hayes, Jt-jS?- M-iCreath.  Irrigation ' and Agriculture���������James  Adlard, R. Stark.. R. S. Bevan. C. W.  Allan. S. A. Speers. <U. F. ������|ayes.  '   Reclamation���������C, O,  Riidgeirs,' C^-"F*  Hayes* W. Phaser. v /     -������"   '  Publicity-^-CC F. Hayeks A. Speers,  R. S. Bevaa.  pany, who fan's staked the water right  on Goat .River canyon, asking what  shant- fi|jB company it- in.to immediately  proceed* with .the installation of the  system. A committee Was also named  to interview. Z-C. *U,* Rodgets k-.**s~ to  electric light from the box faetovy and  to then'make a canvass of the.business  houses and residences to ascertain just  how many" customers can .be hud for a.  steam plant supply of light.  --r3f  : -  \ -,  Mrs. D. Scott, "who has-been here on  a month's visit wiih her sister, Mrs.  35. Dodds, "bus returned to -..her home  ut Champion., Alberta.-  _?������ N. Bentley returned at the end of  the week - from a business visit at  Calgary., Alberta. ���������'<-  Lloyd Cartwrtnht, Roy Dickson and  C|arence Staples ifcere Eriekson-delegates to the Tux is Square and Trail  Rangers con van tion at Crun brook last  week. -  ""  v  Legisl&tive and Municipal���������G*. Johnson, R.-B.'"5teplf*s, Col. Xister,7M.P;P.  "*   Electric Ught������-C."vv% Allan, D. T.  .Scrimgeour, S. A. Speeds, O. F. Hayes,  W. Feaser. *    .   *J   * -     \   .  ^Cemetery-���������W^ Friiser, G. Johnson.  For the Reclamation, committee C.  O. Rodgers reported on developments  to date in connection with interesting  contractors takirg on the draining of  10,000 acreB. At least three"'Arms-ire  negotiating for the work but up .to  the present no deal has been closed.  However, prospects brightened- every  day and by the March meeting there  will-he something concrete to. report.  For the electric light committee R,  S. Bev������m related what ne*v developments there were, and it ������ai moved  that the secretary write Mr. Horaley  of the Nakusp  Power & Light Com  Miss Audrey Craigie. returned on  Thursday from Corvallis, Oregon, and  will make an extended visit with- hea?  parenti-here,  Mrs. Bacnford of Cranbrook was a  weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bundy.  JV. "V._ Jackson wa- a business  visitor in Cranbrook this week.  The Cooperative store asks all who  wish to place orders for fertilizer to  have them in by the _2od, and thus, be  sure to get *the cat-load price? *_������  'With replies due in by the _U>tb������ the  many at Eriekson favoring Arrow  Creek .Irrigation^are hoping to hear  something definite" concerning the  ���������swoieefc. . - ' ' ' ������������������  -m . .  The "WhVrlwrlnol-Cl'lub "MeTEi;-figm**^!  outthsst the ATtfliey will lie clear,of flu,  grippe, coldK, et**;,  by the end of tbe  month, -rad are toy have' ta ������?hist din re  - andjaanCe'.Friday, March 5th..  a-Z ���������   _---,7 vy-**' **���������*    :  . .    .     *_.*���������--> J!2__     -_"       _t  _e -���������������  ,-fitp  least orpc jucjunei- Sir *rcu;ei -iiiiiTijiy  in the district, is felji up with a.cold),  bhese days, "and the jaichool attendance  is quAte Jight. . -������  . tvV Ha. Hiltoii _ services ai-e in con-  siderable demand al^pruning., ~ He haa  already trimmed' up' the Churchill.  Alderson and .Vaness orchards and ia  no"W busy on7h"s own.  Alice ' Siding's dative f ratei nity will  be out in ^ force' fop-the people's dance  undetyAlice siding"-.orchesira auspices  on Friday siig-iit^ 26t6. with dancing to  start<������t 9). jThe admission is 50 centsa  which lot-hides supper. .   -  Frank Simi*-ter is boW busy with the  erection of a * fully modern poultry  house.," He ~is~ s&apting in modest  fashion* with"a" building about 12 x 20.  Alice-Siding^ orchestra" was at Yahk  on Satuiday evening wh**re. the-y f \ir������  nished music, for boe of the most  enjoyable.dances of the season. ,  A aali- of Alice Siding frnit property  was ^completed lasJ^werk when Blroy  Jackson, in the Lakeview section, sold  his improved placey to JHr. Schmidt,  who has been handling the Mountain  View raueh for ^ Of O. Rodge.is^>ind  who ha������already"-tiUten_posse8sfon. For  the present*Mr. and=Mrs. Jackson have  moved to Creston-to reside.  parish, wilhtake his .first* "service here  at the schoolhouse on Sunday evening.'  _*     *���������* i . ^.v        *  E5nQrineer "*_Vhite*?ids is jsov? peTmH-is-  en'tly in. charge of 'tho Sirdar switch  eiigine.' -  ^Jrnie   Neil   has   taken   tbe  engine on the Yahk Kingsgate run.  .""'--���������''  Two work  trains" are I busy again.  They are hauling fill front Canyon for  a'new'sidetrack that will hold about 30  _cars/' The-new steel wilL be pEstfdown  para fell with the "high line.'* and "when  ready will certainly expedite switch  operations. * The  job   will  probably  take a month to complete.   '  ^ . -  ren  --_& ������  ^r_.  kj- ������- *<  A  . Word reached h*?l-e this weeK of the  marriage this month *it Vietoria of  Tom Anderson whei. w ith his bride, is  due to arrive next week to make their  their home on Tom's ranch here.  Miss May _t.ittle30.hn- of Eriekson  was a weekend visitor with Mrs. Fred  Powers.  Mrs. Yerbnry-is home again after a  visit of two weeks alt the Hume, camp  atthe Continental mine, Klockmann.  Several from here are ar ragging to  be at the dance at the Huscroft school'  on"Saturday night, 20th.   -  Jas. Duncan arrived.in from Slock  mann at the first of the week, leaving  almost immediately:on a  trip to Cran*  brookr "* _  Wilfi-id Langston. who has been  here oh a n extended -stay of -a couple  of months, is leaving, i his week to  resume work at Kellogg, Idaho.  .'��������� This is gi-eat weather for Alf.  Latoille, who has his new house Well  along.     Busy with the shingling now.  Sam Lazt-ichuk brought in his second  cuvote of the seas-in at tbe ������"nd of the  ���������   ���������*- 1  week.     Tr.a hi<le is.a  . CJreston and District "Women's Insti-  tnt e -got d������P to a most auspicious r start  at the yl^6 inaugural -meeting- on  Friday afternoon which .was in charge  of president Mrs. R. Stevens, with^ten  new' aaen-bers joining, bringing the  membership up to forty;  The* crippled childrens work had a  prominent place in the-deliberations,  ia_te iadiea jdecrdluj; to again this year  give, the    proceeds of t the   monthly  meeting teas to this good cause and in  addition tbey will put on a tag day, at  a date-to be named, when a drive will  be1 made to secure substantial help for  the "work, which is ������*fiScially known as  the 'Women's Institute Hospital Asso  ciatioh for Crippled Children.  - Announcement, was   made   that   a  friend,.of the Institute had'donated *  : enough 'goods to make covers for. tea'  br card tables which will  be "made by  \ the members.   The usual $5 was voted  for   membership    in    .the    Canadian  National Parks Association.. *  For this year the members voted to  hold the monthly-meetings in Trinity  United Church basement, after about  three years of gathering at the Parish  Hall. Complaint has be-*-h made that  the old hall is too far out and that a  snore ceutral meeting place will get a  larger membership and attendance.  A committee"' was named to take  into consideration the putting on of at  least two mote social evenings for the  niembers. and_ their husbands 'and  escorts. * One.of these was held on the  kJ_.. <*io  Mrs. Martin jid| Mrs. Dihl������.y spent a  .few days wfth, -frieEtpUr u������- -Telson   ihel"*"'  NEWSOFHTE KOOTENAY  ft������re part-nf fa������it"weVk.  ��������� si._ -3 v., ^ ;   - -*"-������. .'  Sunday  '^Re������^   Proctor g������Jt back  nn  from a visit. with-Cran.brmtk  and. wont back to work Che-same-night  on the switch crevV..     "-  -  friends.  The Ladies7 Aid of the United  Church   announce   their  Aiinval Bean Supper for  United Church Basement  '."'on  Friday, Feb. 26  Supper served from  6 to 8 p.m������  MbHs 50c.    Children 26b.  All the seasonalole good things  to eat prepared by ex pert -  cooka.  Everybody Welcome.  It will cost TraU a.most $8000. to  finance its police force this yeaa.  In 1925 fineB_ collected* were'$8360:  Fernie has *griore tl������ati   its   usual  lot of Bicknesa tint, winter and right  now the hospital-is. filled to capacity.  >" -** . ��������� **  Acoordiiig   to     the   Kootennian  already thifi  "-.eason new   shoot-- six  inches   loiiff   are   in   evidence   on  ohryeanthemuma in B^aslo:. gardens.  The OkanaRan Telephone Company claims to have half- a million  dollars invested -in its lines and  equipment in the Okanagan country- ���������'        ]   ^       .     .  At Ref el stoke y a y potitioh is  heinaTpftpiiEK? askinpr .the,, department to take another vote in that  town to peirpnit tlie opening of heel-  ^arlora.  ��������� Trail board of trade claims the^  ht-fiinenn sectinn of , that to^vn 5s  altoijcothier too poorly lighted an<i is  Raking;��������� tii'6'town council to improve  matters at once.        '  *��������� The cotnniunity skating 'rink at  Bevelstoke is well patronized.. Oiic  night last''Week almost 1000 natives  and visitors were out to witiie-ta a  fancy-dreaa.carnival.  Cranhrnok council 3e fc6 loan the  brewery $1200 to help flnanoo  putting in a main pipe line that  will permit   of   the   beer   mrtlchig  pliimit U'kSnjw theVoity .w&tor,    a  ���������S^aolo"*}- a. comm������nity Ohristmaf*  tree cost .$87. The fcoVirn pht.up  S20 of this and the balance.came in  "'Five Hpofcs" from the ohurphos,  lodges, arid other organizations.  Tlte ifSfttire af a Boldier stahdEiipc  nuui-cl <ay&r. Sumtnerian-i, ourvci] in  the native granite of CoIIcro'' Hill,  ir the angKoation offered no a Rnit-  akile war momorlaUat that plftoo.  - <C M. Loasby was at Edmonton arid  Calgaryv Alt*ertai"tbe fore part of the  month, attending the annual meeting  of the'R.N.W.M.P. Veterans in the  ftn-ruei city. After a two months'' lay  off he went back to work in charge of  the switch crew on the ,8t������.  Mrs. North   were  friends   between  M rs. .Rogers ^ a n d  c-tlling on Creston  trains un Tuesday.  'The old postoffice store, owned by T.  Rogers, has been torn down hy Sain  Lombardo, who is building a barn on  his property here.    _,-.*_..  W. D. Goodman, night operator  here, has been ca4led to Cranbrook,  where h*** is working in the yard office.  Th*1 cho nge/however, is not expected  to be permanent.  Rev. S. Nett by, the new rector of  fche Church of England  in-the Creston  ZjL '    . "'��������� '���������   ������.  Popular Price  3 occasion of the Institute's tenth anni-  e ni������e������.������ .Mse^~a"* j vewary and   was very  much enjoyed  one and at prev������,kng prices should get ^ by ^* The  ^^mi committees for  the.year wei-e t&pprove_ as fotiowss  HvB,D������^_������gis1ttfeion-^Mr������.%M, J. Boyd. ,-  .. Imm%^*afcioh-r-rMrs������ 'JR. C, ESodgers.  * ylJeigbbochoiad; Newis-p-Mi&irRoy; BL-  Staplea.. '7,*-. -,. ���������    ~ - y.     " - Zi -- 7' + ^-1  * Agri^*.ftu"r]-*^^rs.''jM;_^^ _*o_ngi<-'C --  "- rndnStries���������_trs- M- B. Ja&ces.   '���������. *.  . *PublicHy-~ftatts* Cherrin^on.-  Haine .^-onogi-jcg���������M'*8- -Hayes.'  :  Institute-Work and -Meth-o-s-^-Mrs.  CMurrell.  .Visiting^-Mrs. Boyd. -      --"'    ~*   *v -"  The above are the convehprs.'axiid the  names of those to fully constitute the  several <".qumiittees Will be announced  later.        --._.,  The usual social hour followed at the  close with Mrs. *0. Yonog. Mias Scrim-  geonr, Mrs.'P. C. R-tdgers. Mrs. Cher  rington-ahd Mrs.. St~vens hostesses.     .  _7;j_^_t^5clf*|ohp ^^Jjls^ekF^n^ rvfeaj^ htn-e;  feir'tfte^jeekebd, a ^g������es^l4>������_ olbin 3Bui|i.  ��������� !|"here .Jwaa'a -nice^ turnout; at - the  dance ������t the.-re'H-ytilhonse - t������n<SfH"t*|'drtyy  night* iasbf Tn "afd \������f - the ___*o-y*~S^mt"-  f urids. * Mcr Lister supplied exceflt-nt-  niusi**', and" the supper was c������f a veiy  high order. As a result of tbe at  home the Scout treasury is about $19  to the good.  ���������?ifjr  Lester Olnpp   of   Cran brook   is  oflTcrinfi'������ fs'uibstantial roward for  the dctcotiow of tli-d peroon who* oofc  out po1*on that killed '������, Oh'-sopoAko  U������VV|II������������M   mijtj    XH-i'.     C*������*f������|J(     i*il*<j    ViirmmiOm.   4*\  H2B0.  Alice   Siding- Orchestra  announces     a:    Popular   .  Prioe Dance to be held in  ilHS. Guiiiptuii  FdOkiiit Siiou  on  eb.26  ' Mis������ Muriel Knott, who is teaching  at QlenhiSy,-spentvthe weekend at her  home here.  A. Bond  left last week  for. Banff,  Albert 11, where the C.P.R. hotel is  being greatly enlarged, and where he  expects tp join the plastering g'*ng  that is just starting work.        ,<  George Davie was ab Yahk. onBatui-  day night where he was manipulating  the drums in the Alice  Siding   nrches  tra   that   officiated   tut   a dance  that  evening. ' ,,*    .  ��������� Gtto-Jphnson is Pff work this week  due to having a foot jjaarimed white at  logging on the Huygens & VaoAckei-  ari tltnher, which ,is W������^JJ5 *,n^* 'ha  Wlniaw cut ihis year.  P. Knott was a tfisiboi- at GJenlilly a  few days last week, getting ha������ k on  Saturday.,  L. Lb wet-son, who left hero about a  year i������go to join np with the U.S.  army, in now located ut San Prancisco,  Oalif.."   :'.'  Pastor Harbuqk and Jeff. Knott leffc,  on Monday for Nelson,, where Ihey are  attending the seBsiona of the United  Church presbytery.   _.  *���������..- '"  Report haa it that Mr. DanielBon,  engineer at the Hodgete* mill at At row  Creek, has  leaned  the  Oity Jth-oweM  ranon, nnd will  bo moving htw family  hor^   from   Windermere 'shortly   to  take posaension of the place.  GRAND THEATRE  Saturday, FEB.  DANOINti at ������ p.m.  *     ��������� , '  AdmissiaiKi . . . S0c������  S upper in eluded.  Tabic.*" avaslr-fele fpr tlroa-o ���������".���������bo  mny like to piny carda.  The Famous Racing  Melodrama  The. brass band ab Pentieton is  (faking tho town council or $1000  in' order to keep tlse orKwnlRation  alive thit. year. DMrinjg; 1G25 the  Elks Lodi?o financed tho - muaioal  or^aniaatlon.   ���������"  ' At Crttftii brook dog;"!, collect ftrotj.mid  tho publio: se-hool grounds in much  lar^e mumbera that their bu.rki.iifi:  ������,nd yelps disturb the scholars antl  t.W'.;f*,rii'*'^>*v.n -niN.  womrh-riiij^   how to  atop tbe tiuiaanoo.  ff  Speetltcular Race Scenes.  Vivid Story.  Greas- CiiaL the review; .greston, b. o.  L  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  John It. Booth.. Canadian lumber  king, died Dec. S at his home in Ottawa.      He was 98 years of age.  The guarantors of the British Empire Exhibition are now. being called  upon fo pas' 75 per cent, of the guarantee���������that is, 15 shillings for every ������1.  Field Marshal Viscount Allenby will  make a tour of Canada early in the  new year-arid -will reach Victoria in  March.  The House of Commons, has givt_.ii  final approval to tho bill to give effect to the new Irish boundary agreement, passing it through its second  and third readings without a division.  The failure of Canadian -wheat to  take first place in the Chicago International   is   blamed  by   experts   on  i  the    short    ripening    season    of    this;  year. " ;  i  A  motion  seeking to  authorize  the',  use of tho lash on men convicted of  the sale of narcotic drugs was unanimously passed iu the fi.C. legislature',  at Victoria. ;  .Sir Hall Caine id in Palestine, whor,c '  he is writing a book on the life of.  Christ. It ia not expected-that lit--1  will return to the Isle of Man until;  next spring.  Quarantined in his home with diph :  theria, Rev. T. C. Collister, Method!*; '.  Episcopal clergyman, delivered a ser-1  mon hy radio to a congregation in his j  church at Pueblo, Colo.  - ��������� j  Glasgow Corporation recently bann- 1  ed the use of intoxicants at ci.'Ic func- j  tions, and now Aberdeen has followed  Glasgow's -lead   by - declaring   that   at  JIHU  ... ������������������''Gadmfrjmtiiim \  a novel film dtudLo  Health  Movies   Dealing   With   Public  Produced In  England  A film studio which possesses novel  features is-situated in the. back, garden of an old liduse iu Uerniondsey,'  London, -England,-  Here are produced, tinder the -guid  ance of I>r-*R. King Brown, medical  officer of health.'-for Uermondsey, propaganda  pictures 'dealing  in  matters  OUR CROSSWORD PUZZLE  vi   l.iui/i>.C   u^jcfciiii   auu  v. cu-uiriiii..  jects  of* the  fllnis include  child  welfare- and the prevention of oontamina-  . S_^^.     *..'    *"_~~-.     ��������� *_na*    .  <>aav������i    ua .Ll^UU    Ui     llietj.  Dr. Cohan, who is in charge of the  p-ropaganda "work of the department,  acts as producer, camera -man, aud  writea^of iho "sub-titles," while all the  actors are clerics, doctors, and nurses  .on the sta.fi: of-the department.  On a large wooden platform at th<^  bottoifr    of    the . garden the various  scenes are "shot," and whenever filming   is in. progress   a  large   crowd  of  Bermontlsey s    children    may be seen  gathered outride the wall, hoping' for  jobs as seene-shiftorn or "supers.'9  !     This   J'Him    advice"    i.s given in a  ; straightforward way, and is not "wrap-  \ ped up in. rtories with imaginary characters.      Dr. Conaii says thai he finds  i people pay more attention to  the  ad-  \ yice given if it is done this" way. After  ! all, it is so easy to make baby's bath  1 timo into a humorous episode if one is  not vory careful.  \ The only part of the worlc not done  ' by thcjhcalth department staff is the  [developing and finisning oft o-f the  (films. This is a highly technical mat-  ; tea", ami is-better left in Xhe hands of  [ experts. ��������� -x        ���������:���������������������������..���������  Utility Top'Coat  HEALTH BROKE DOWN  smart   and   carefully   dressed   woman  the model pictured here will have- an  Russia Vnd Germany to -participate in j especial  appeal.       The-Upper  part  o'K-and write a  Horizontal '.  1���������A common soldier.  7���������Throwing.  13���������Conflagrations.  14���������Open spaces.  15���������A      thoroughfare  (abbr.).  17���������Month.  18���������Point    of   the    compass (abbr.).  19���������Inte ntiOn. _ ���������-;���������������������������-  21���������Tune.  22���������Eternity.  23���������-Mineral spring-  ���������24���������A dull color.  26���������Baby's      napie      for  father.   ,  27���������-Conjunctioii. -^  28���������Man's name.    *  29���������Kind o'f bird.  31���������-A-. continent   (abbi";)���������_  32���������TTnaccomp*uiied,'...   ,  civic    ceremonies    henceforth   Jiquor       Ther(,*,_. u swtng and a swank to the !  will be prohibited. _^oat pictured here, quite in tune with j Could Not Get Sleep For Hours  The League of Nations Council has j th������'   crispness   of the air.       To"fevery After Goine to Bed   ,-'".  ������������������������.-__������*������     ...     .,      x-  ..   ,   r,.   ���������       'smart   and   carefully   dressed   woman "    v   .V"-"& "���������"     *���������"���������  ,< , T>..^,rc.���������*  decided   to   invite   the   Lniled   States,. ���������,., ���������w.,,^ T.i^���������,-_, 1^,_-. ���������-m i,,,.-., ������,. !'   "It ^ nlV>t; natural for me to sit down j ^IZZci^ygais ''  37���������Common,    term:    for  ' airsiiips.  . 38���������Forecasted..  42���������Thin piece of .bread.  The largest aii" express in. the world  m  letter  the..-work   of  the '.special   commission ! the  coat" follows the lines of the  fig-i prietary   medicine   as  which is to prepare for an internal-ion-!"��������� to a point just    below    tho    hips,! been    skeptical, -  as * to  ,   ,.' -    " . ~ j where   it   develops   m  al disarmament conference. . .r liare "tlir9Ugh an inverted -plait at" the | oaks,  side  seams  and  centre back.v     Coats j three  is to he fitted as the first air,restaur  ant  car and will  be  put into spr'.-i  praise oL a pro  I   had   always  their virtues."  a   restrained {-'Thus .writes Mr. Arthur Seguin, "Storth-,,  Sask,  who   further  says:���������"'But.  years.^ago   -I opened a general j 46���������Foreigner.      :,  this* season must have fur  trimming, j store hore>iriystoriiioaks and placed on ���������-17���������Prefix rgieaiung  .*_-,.....   , and  brown  fox  makes a "warm  collar j my shelves a few lines    of*   tlio    bes,t  K"r*-*cc . 1 o .sfriiggie into on the cool days. Fox; ktiowti  j]ji"_>iji.ie������.-������f j, i������t  A_.*-.,X,\J_Cl*  long  between    London    and the  continent", j was aiso used for the cuffs.      The coat! these,   'naturally^"'. were Dr. Williams.  The saloon has    luxurious    armchalr  seats for 50 passengers. ;  Power to-place an embargo on shipments of coat from U. S. to Canada  and other foreign countries :,.will be  given under some of the proposals for  coal legislation now being made in  congress. Little progress is expected this session, however.  ���������  - y  'uvo'  48-r--0ne.-j whQ7������phes7  49���������Teat**  52���������Musical note. [  ;vl���������Xi-or at.  55���������Label.  56���������TJntanned calf skin.  57���������Ang-er. -  .  59���������Thus   (Lat.).  60���������Within.  61���������Attracts attention.  63���������Near.  64���������Sleep noisily.  65-���������rPart . of   a   machine  -which    turns    on.    a  "*��������� '    pivot.  67���������Exulted:'' '."'������������������'  68���������Broke  suddenly.  ..      ���������'   "7- ���������' ��������� -"*   -'. .     .���������"*  -'.-'������������������' Vertical  1���������Marched.  2'���������-.Conjunction.  3-r-Force; potency.  4���������-Open Space. ,  ��������� 5--���������Wai*m;   ..'-..'  6-^Become-3trangers.  7���������Small carved geni.  ' 8���������yTrellis   for  grapes.  9���������Perceived.  10���������Sailor..  I'I���������-Exists.:. 7 - *    '--^.-  - _L 2���������Lubrica tes..  ��������� ������  16���������Funeral music.  :lS-^A..hirdy;,/.;y.;.' ,._,_���������  20;-7-PerJ";ecuting;  SOT^jVIanuscriiit > (abbr.-J.':., i as^���������Articiesy cif uppurel. x*  25���������A busy insect.  28���������Wide-mouthed cooking vessel.  30���������Initials of ar'famous  Amerlcan. ,  31 a���������Made ��������� public.  32^���������Arab  (abbr.).  35���������Those who limit or  restrict.  ~.  36���������Civil service <^bbi",).  37���������Indefinite  articlje. _  38���������Separating.  39���������City In N.Y. state.  40���������rSpread to dry.  41���������^-Pi'liiter's- unit. -���������'"'  A2���������A th or ou g h fare  (ahbr.).  -13���������-Card game.  44���������Girl's name.   7  45���������-Built:  50���������-A carpenter's joint.  51���������Celerity. 7     .���������  C3-���������Wilfully burning property.."'    ''.*���������"  y '"��������� .-  5*���������Portion of :a tree  where limb hass-been  removed.*  v  58���������Oirl's name.  61���������Crirl's'namei .-���������..-  62-^Soak ui>.  64���������Thus. ''-':���������  66-r^eforme-l yJPresby  tel-iah  (abbr:).; C_  \  Another Innovation For Turkey  Modern Motor Hearse Has Been  Introduced In Constantinople  The westernization of Turkey has  -touched even its funeral rites, v The  motor hf-arso has been introduced in  Constantinople. This   Innovation' :s  the work of Kmi.i Bc-y. the revoIutioT-.-  ary Prefer- ot" Cons'antlnople, who hat* ,  rlecided     tint     the old  custom, which".  prescribed that   the nearest male rein- :  tives. of the dead    should    carry     the  r:olR;. <���������:;  di-ir  -.-.hoaidi.-ri.  to the  pr;ive.  involves   unner;ess.*ii-y    hardnliip.        lie'  liimsr-1!. purchas.eti   tho    now    hearses.  The tls-st  OccSdt-tita! i-ijjf- funeral wJfii*!  n  m or or .hear.*-: e  was   h������-!d  in   Const an-:  linoph--     rer:c_ntly     for    HUdar Ih-y,  !-.-  young ��������� dli-ecir.*!"   of   th.^   Turkish   lliji-ntt,1  kSHled  in  ar. aiuonioMle aclcdent, ''  For Sprains and BruiB������������.- -TIht.- i.s  noiUisiK bet'er for sprnins and ceiitTj-  ���������"lo'r-j* "Jj.'jti In-. Thomas' l->|.-crrie oil.  It. will ri'du-.- ihi- swi-'lJing tlmr tv������'lhj\vs  a sprafn, will ������>ooj ilie inflamed ll^sii  find  draw tin-  pain.      It   win lake the  a'-h'*   W**   el'   H    b*""i -���������'���������   by   er>Ul;1er--e! J!-.,'  the   Jjinnniuirtlloii.        A   Uinl   will   j-ou  Vine.' any  who deubl Us power.  Another Boom In  Passion Play Village  Many Attra���������;:������<_ By Celebration of Un-  veiling of Crucifixion  Group  ������������>������������������������-���������:.iTini'-xirti'i. lb" I**!."!'I<">n r'hi.ri-r.i'  village, i.ti dejititut" by lhe SVorJd  "VS'.-ir, iiLrjiSn |.; jiiiuinlnsj .-, r..a:,.-,uro. ������.f  pi'*i.������-..riiy. Anierir-������n     ordi v*     i'<*r  fiatrvlnifi h'������v<' ka pr t!i������- p'.a-ij.p. t>������i--r f-i-r  a yi'itr, due praieipjilly le ilu- vlhlr. <>f  Anton Lang si ml other I'.i.-slon J'layei*.-*  te   file   1'riif 'd   Si rues.  'He     ;, J"!;;;.'!-'.-"  -.vjTj!"],    ���������/.:,���������������������������    ./,���������..-.. l-l. :  .'jllly    "JlllHfl'-C'd    lilt-t)        bv        Ilie        I'.-OMH  liri.Ielh anniversary le.ebrjtiirm m  the iiiiv.-slln.--*: of the fin,.-iCixlor. ������iT������iip  pi'orteiitod hy ihe lute King J.ndwf< Ir.  ol' Ihivaria. The eelfbrnrlon arirf������-,r-  ei| a I n i our. nn ninny vlsliorrf dnily -t..-  tluii.H lhe  l,u;._*_'on 1'la.y.  is -'double-breasted, aiid the belt .at the Pihk Pills. As ^.here -were, three oi:  back, .as well as "tho patch pockets..; my customers'������������������'���������������������������>Who were ��������� obtaining  may be omitted. . No 1205_ is in." sizes-good results from'taking the. pills, and  31, 36, 38: 40/42 and 44 inches bust, j, as I was in need of a medicine, I de-  Size :3S bust requires -.*>L,yards' ot- 36-{ cided to try them myself.  inch, or 3% yards of 54 incli material, j *T had been suffering from cat.irrh  Th������|*-lining requires ihe same amount' for years, and rhy . iiiside work had  "���������ot"\material' as   the   coat.       Price   20   completely broken down my  health.' I  cents. *  '-._.;.   . | was   coughing  all  day,   suffered   from  The designs illustrated iu our new indigestion, and could not sleep until  Fashion Book are advance styles for'. three or four hours alter retiring. I  the home dressmaker, and the woman! started the pills, not with any great  or girl who desires to wear garments! confidence, but by the time. I had  dependable for taste, .simplicity ...and I finished the second bos; 1 " marked  economy will find her tastes fulfilled j much 'rniprovement. At the fourth  in our patterns,      Price of the book 10 . box  1   felt   quite   recovered,   but"  con-  ' tinued them i'or som6 .furthor time.  'My cou������H" bas l������*ft me,..the indigestion  i has disappeared and 1 iiow fall asleep  , almost us soon as I am in bed. Iu  : my store now I do not hesitate to  i recommend���������* Dr. Williams*- -Pin.1*: Pills  j -to amy  who are feeling    rtin-dovii    or  a  ;;-*,������*?��������������� J -XX^XTXj:-^'-- .xi^XX^y. :'������������������'���������-&-J\  ���������������SKEaraing^;-:^y::||f  -K&s  cents tho c->py.  How   To  Or^er  Patterns  A*ddress���������Winnipeg'New:' pnper Union,  175 MeTlerraot 'Ave.7 Winnipeg  Answer^ fo Last ^Week's ^Puzzle  Pattern No.  ��������� v.  Size  Nnme   ���������~^~-  Town .     Province  without: energy, na I thinlv they are  blessing to mankiiid."  It' others who may feel skeptical  will give Dr. Williams'- Pink Pills a  fair trial they will bo convinced' as  was Mr. Seguin. .Ton' can get tho  pills from your druggist, or by 'mall nt  HO eeii.-* a box-from The l>r. Williams  Medicine Co., Prockville, Out.  Send   20c:  coin  or stamps   (wrap  coin  care Tully)  Danger  In  Short  Skirts  Influenxa  a'"d    Rheumatism    Follows  I Train of Fashion Saye London  j Physicians  |     .London   is- having   un   epidemic   of  !'"-short:  skin   Jnlhion/a,"  u   chill   often  ! I'ollnwud   by   rheinniitlc  iiains   in  tho  | knee, rind lily joints, tho sufl*ei"u*.i be-  , ing women -.vlio wear tho I'uslUonahlo  1 Hcanl.y skins iu spite, of Uio. incslonien-  ,i,n  nt \ cles or the Amnion winter,  some deliijiii: j.hui io itihe ejii*e ol' ili<"!     Physieians     my '  thi.-.  ycur'P  Htylca  war dehi.      During th-,- next 20 yearfl! ,.xnoH<. ^<,nie>i to illness    muvt)    than  ever,  wince  ili<-  skirls   are  short  and  flowing, noi iifi'or'lijpg even -tlio warmth  s>Road   Mor^^gosp.erous. Th-tn y It'  Ever*^&een: '.'Saysy-Siiry Henfry. '  :     yyy7--"^. Thorntonyy:  -The C.aHadian. Nfijaoniil Railwajy-sys  -*4^V    ���������  *    ���������"*���������!*"-^S-'-- ������������������    ' :.       ���������'���������'.���������.-    ..���������'.-'     * "-     '.r.v.'-'--"*1'' --*y -^'r-  tern is niore p^Osperbyus today ytlifin it  has ever ybeeia, .saidy Sir yilenryy Thornton, alter spending three. weoks lit Bri  taih and France, y He predictedyihat''  the  net eariiiags  for this year, given  good weather conditions, will be close  to.v$30,000,op'0-;';'v. The. bulkkot .the re-  marl-able increase in eavnings -vvas due  to    lower    operating   costs,    brought  about by''''greater, .efficiency in 'management' and "tlvo   increased '.devotion: to  the road.shown by the. employees.  "I am satisfied _that.' tlie wholc-  ��������� hearted support of its officers and men  is the most valuable asset which any  rnilway - cap. po'sstjss," said Sir H enry.  Operating ofilciency had boon possible because the Canadian "National  Hallway had avoided the rock which  wrecked many state-owned institutions  iji the past���������iho encroachment of politics. 7 '  '"'"��������� "The moment politics creeps in,  handicapping the officers, you are fln-  - L  m  K  H  H  IS  H  9  D  M  P  N  N  R  m  EI  13*  n  M  m  E.  c  M  N  D  U  R  SIM  M  R  H  m  N  T  V  P  IE  so  M  m  w  N  W&  H  S  ii  R  H  R  S  ,'SlL  R  w  u  Canada's   War  Obligatbns  Large  Payment  Must Bo  IVlct  In  Nexb  Twenty Venra  Th..' l-'Iiian-'ial Post ul' Toronto has  be.-ii ."-"l/fng C.'ujhiIii'h llnnncial condition   ;u������d   e;i1ls   i'or   ih..   fnnnula  \V.    X.     IJ.  :ir;o.  Victory Win* Joitn issues to a iot.nl of |  :!].j'i-oxiiij;it'-!y ?2,001.1,000,000 AVill 1)0-'  eoiiu* due and pflyahhs. It is untblnk-j  able that this debt run he wiped out  hy a young eoonfry JU;o <!n������ad:i within the period stated. Yet it i;' Hl'Vell  ya-urs sin**.' 'In' h I'lnlsi lee wiih f-h'iiei't  and nothing h.'-s been done to iiuil'i'  plans to take '"ire of IIiSrysiLuailon.- ���������  A'.-ton   Free  Pre;*,..  6or������*j Heal Quickly.���������Hnve you ii.  peruisi'ejjt. j oav ih hi: reriiHeii to hen)?  Then, try Dr. Tboni.iH* R<U*iri<* Oil in  the   "il-crs-l'l-*-. Jl    *\S til   tjlop   ���������.loklUhlllg,  C.-.Ji���������.     ;,������������������:���������,}     .'If     J'J'>.k(l    ������i������-.-:ji,   la^'.'l IV    Oil).  the pu.** und jirepnre h flonn wuy for  ihe new .-l.l���������������. II f.i a rei'ognl/.fd  heijlei' nriioiig oil,- uiul number.- of peo-  r.le <���������������,������ '-erilf'y iliai It Itettb'il wlinre  properly applied.  'A   h'*'"'-   I'nCher   Hen'   u   in;iri   nIter  Jli 1 r-   m������-| 111   ji,  e,;ir   one   |liji������-,"  "W������������������'l   IhJit   lovely."  "N'nl iu*     lie wiim the i lilei' ol" polJcw."  of the short, tight skirl: of ti your ago.  The* w*MU'inK of warm Icniclcorrf witb  ilpj. modish skirts is being adTh'O'l by  doctor"!,  Tho latist AHlhma Attacflcmny roully  he the last, onu If prompt measures aro  1 iiken. Dr. J, D. Kellogg's Asthma  J.omei'ly will safeguard you. It will  pi.nul.niio to the smalUnit bronchial  prisJ-uge nnd bring about n ImiUthy condition. It always i*t*Ileven and its continued il ho olTt-n has ft ptu'iiHWieiit eC-  feei. Why not got Ihis loniiM'amons  reineil-.- io-d.iy ii ink eomiiieuee ix������\ uh-^?  Iiihuh'd ai; j-inoke or vapor It h. eejually  effer-flve.  lsliod," Sir Henry said. "We have run  the road as a business proposition, refusing to admit any political iut^rfer-,  once and refraining from interfering  ourselves in tiny political situation.  "We in Canada have just.'oomo  through, u very kuenly-contosted election, and I think it is a genif rally  recogi*ls-od'fact that throughout, tho  campaign wo kept tho rail why out of  politics."  Sir Henry prodlctod -nn increitRe. of  immigration from tho Old Country to  Canada during the coming your. "Onr  immigration policy is .lust getting into  its* Hti'ldo," ho said, "and 1 boliovo It  Is going to produce very siiiifit'inctory  results."  "Tho Old Country bus touohoel, bottom, and from now on things lire go~  Iiir; to Improve," said Kir Henry. Ho  remarked that in Franco- everybody  was -.vorldnpr, "Tho .French Government may he involved in ftnuncial  troublos." im said, "but the Frei^eh  (lOOplc give **very evidence of bolVtK  lilRhly ]ii"6si������erouH."  Recruiting Reserve Air Force    .  '*" ��������� 4 ���������    - "  Enlistment on Voluntary Basis is Only  - An  Experiment' *"���������.  ��������� Voluntary recruiting of "the special  reserve-'ami auxiliary air force squadrons''wliich are t5> form an important  part of the programme -erf home defence against air attack was commenced at the beginning of November, following a speaking campaign by ...Sir  Samuel Honre. secretary of stole for  air, in tlie Kingdom's industrial centres.  This ,, enlistment of the maximum  amount of .'skilled ]:iiowledge of aviation in the country on ���������".��������� a. voluntary  basis Is only nn experiment, Sir  Samuel, acltnowledges, .but ( It is an  oxporiment; that must bo tried fully,  il'-merely for the sake of economy,  for tho Royal Ah* Force is bound to  bo expensive both In. equipment and  maintenance, depending for Its striking power on an. onth'f* absence ol  mechanical breakdown lu the air.  Tho problem bofbro the air mlnli-i-  try Is sto fjjf^from tl-ib masa of volunteers tho right type of officers and  racri, with not only tho will but also  tho practical experience through hla  profession or trade' to build up an  oihcipnt air unit oC defence with tlio  minimum amount 61! manual training.  No other country has yet oncleavorod  to tacklo Ufl air doConco problem  along iho samo linen.  " Som������ Pit I nt I no  WIH-nr.    "Don't  you  think flnr.-i  Th  t'.txnl Booking"."  Ales,---"Vejt,   she.'s   us   pretty  picture,   bin   ih.1i������'   lifin   flU'h   in  fraiike."  Teacher.���������"Now  what Is  the   tingle  DSO nqulvahsiit to?"  33oy   <i*ulwning  from  land of Mor-  juvrrow j phfttiH).���������"The doparlment    of    istreet  j cloaulnic-'" ���������   *  ns  a  To Acquire Country Elevatora  Acquisition, of country elevators bus  boon decided upon by tho board or the  Manitoba Wheat Fool'which has no'tl-  11ml tho United Grnni arowers, I.lmlt-  ed, that it Is prepared to lease o������ pur*  chane th oh* oluvutorti ,at points whoro  the pool looalrt hava decided to acquire  a pool elovatojr.  'K'i s  r   X jr-  TEOB.   KEYIBW, ; ORESTON,   B.   a  Madac:hev bilioushe$s  kjZZkykCOl^Mttiltiii-tAA^x  ZkAAAj^i'q^lXMkZAm  kMK\ti,'l������&S0.V������&Am  Elephant's  Tusk Gold Filled  A tusk of a woolly elephant of the  post-glacial days, unearthed near herb  by miners.'was modern In one respect  ���������it^had gold fillings. tfhe huge ptece  if ivory was thawed out of frozen earth  and gravel at the bottom of a 40-foot  -shaft. Gold filled" every crack-.-and  crease in.'the ancient tusk." Trapped  In quicksands, the mammoth had been  overwhelmed by tons of earth, through  which the" heavy gold settled, some  filling, the cracked ivory.  mm  B Ml.__*rf-|_j������_r>      _!^\1������������_ mj������_     .^"^r , .1    r.        ���������     "  s-  * LOVE E PlQ OF THE FAH HOUm  .   Copyright, 1917, by Doubleday.   Page --&   Co.  *BAREE,.SON OF .KAZAN//. ,a. >'!tagraph Picture, With Wolf, the War Dog.  .    -      ts an Adaptation of This Story  \  SYNOPSIS  , In response to a request from McTaggart, the factor, Pierrot, tlie trapper left* his cabin and went-to the post  to help in the general store foi* a;few-  days. - But McTaggart did ** not go on"  a business trip as he had said, but -to  Gray Loon���������that eternity wliich lies  somewhere between life-fnd d^ath. and  which is sometimes meted' out ter a  human life in seconds instead of eons.  x In    those    seconds Pierrot did hox  Coughs   aadl   CJolds Mean  Restless Night*  ' which ������an tKe vitaSi tj*.  GS    sap  - - Danger lurfc* in every  -hour a. cold te alloweq  'to run.   Assist nature  tobrina your children  * quickly back to health  .. and*trength and avoid'  serious complications-'  -bit tbe prompt use of  Cray's.. Syrup ��������� over  -"' 60 years In use. -    _, T  ."  Always buy tha  Lara* Slsa  IBADXff  :A-i x A:-x ;7- -:':yy:,y ^i^xyyxxixxxxx'xj A:  R&������':iSPmiCEiim3MZZ-  move from where he^stpod in the door-  Pierrot's    cabin,    where he found "SJe-;w,ay.      Mc^rggart, huddled over with  peese,_ the   trapper's   daughter,  alone.'the ^  Baree', the wolf-dog, jumped up to attack the factor^ but with a shot from  McTaggart's automatic the dog fell in  a heap. Then the factor gathered Nepeese in his arms while she struggled  desperately.      ���������"  CHAPTER  XX.���������Contin-  And Nepeese fought. She twisted  iu his arms until she was facing him.  She^ could no longer seo. She was  smothered in her hair. It covered her  face and breast and body, suffbeating ' st7ange -voice  her, entangling her hands and'arias���������  and still she fought. In the "struggle  McTaggart stumbled over the body of  Baree-, and they went down. JNepeese  was up fully five seconds ahead of the  -man. She could have reached the  door. But again it was her hair. She  paused to fling back the thick mass ot  it so that she could* s^e, and McTaggart was at the door ahead' of her.  He did not lock it again, hut stood '  * facing her. His face was scratched  and bleeding.       tie  was  no longer  .man but a devil. Nepeese-was_urok-  en��������� panting���������a low sobbing came with  her bi-eath. She bent down and picked up a piece of flrewood. McTaggart  could see that her . strength was" almost gone. ". '"  She clutched the stick as he approached her again. " But McTaggarx  had lost'all thought of fear or caution.  -He sprang upon her like au animal.  The stick of firewpod:"fell.,7, Aiid again  fate played against the girl. In her  terror- and hopelessness she. .had  caught up the first stick her hand liad  .'touched���������a light one, .With hor last  strength she struck at.McTaggart with  it, and as it fell on liis he'ad, he staggered; ba,clc. But it did: not make him  loose his hold. ��������� ""'  Vainly she was flgfitlng nowy not to  strikei him or to escape, but to get her  breath.; She tried to cry out again,  but this-time uo sound came" from between hei* "gasping lips.  .Again he laughed, and as he laughed  'ho heard the door open.     Was it. the  wind?   ; Ho  turned,' still holding  hei  in his arms,..  In the opoii door stood Pierrot.  weight in his arms, and staring at  Pierrot, did not move. But the Willow's eyes were opening. And a convulsive quiver ran through the body ot  Bare<ywhere "he. lay near the wall.  There was aot the sound of a breath.  And then,' in that silence, a fe,r"eat  gasping sob came from Nepeese^  .Then Pierrot'stirred to life. . Like  -McTaggart, he had left' his coat and  mittens outside. He spoke, and his  voice.was m>t like Pierrot's.     It was a  breath Into his- lungs.' He was still  a littl euilsteady on his feet, but his  face was again the lace of a devil. He  took a step, ������and it was then there  came a sound to rouse the girl. In  the shadow of the farther-wall Baree  had    struggled    to his haunches, and  now he growled.  .   .  ��������� - Slowly Nepeese lifted her head. A  power,which .she could not resist drew  her eyes up until she "was looking into  tl.n f~-r_��������� ^.e t>..���������i.  -������_--������nn.. _���������..*.      *Q������- -   t *  a.ac  .u\.u  i/jL. ___jau������>A_L  luvxagga&l.       ������>xi*;  xic&U  almost lost consciousness of his presence^ her senses "were cold and deadened���������it was as if her own heart had  stopped beating along with Pierrot's.  -��������� (To be continued)  ��������� "Many times fn his life he had  fought, but he had nfever felt a grip  at his throat'like the grip of Pierrot's  hands."  .  CHAPTER   XXI.  During Ihat terrible '''space which  followed an eternity of -tlnuv'-roljqcl  slowly" through the little cabin oWythii:  Why Suffer With  Itching Rashes  When a worm bath "with  Cuticura Soap and application of Cut fctira Ointment  will afford immediate relief nnd  point \o permanent akin health  In most cane* "vwheh. all-clse fate,  br UUlf "' Ad.lr._M -o_k.i������W'  , -.-.a. acuumx? r������jk������, ck������i������  ...���������... ������������ .ltd S0������j. Talcum *_fe,  Cullcur* SlmvlMC "Illack a*U*.  Ba-mpU )Uab tnm .  ���������*w^������ w������>������������>������iiii������   iw>i>hi ^_j������n i  wm^m^,m*,*immmtm4\  \r  N.     V  I ���������07  "The great God has Stint nie, back  in time, in'sleu," lie said. 'T too,  travelled by way 'of the east, andsaw  your trail where it turned this way."  No, that was not like Pierrot's  voice V A ychill r&h thrbugh^McTag-  gart now, and slowly he let go of No*  peose. She fell to the floor. Slowly  he straightened.  The eyes of madman met the eyes  of madman np-w:   'Between, them was  death......; Bothsavr It.    -Both thought  that they saw the direction in wliich  its bony linger pointed. Both were  certain. McTaggart's hand did iiot  go ib tho pistol ln his'". holster, aud  Pierrot did not touch the knife in Lis  belt. 7.'Whor^.jtliey camo together; it  was>tliroaV to1 tlirba-t~tW beasts now;*-  instead of one, for Pierrot had In him  ���������'the' fury and strength of the woir,_ the  cat, and the panther,  . McTaggiiirt whb tho bigger and heavier- man, a giant in strength; yet in  tho faco of Pierrot's fury lie lurched  back over tho table and went down  with a. crash. Many tiwosjn his life  Jui had fought, but ho had never-fel^  a grip at Ida throat like tho grip of  Plerrofa hamlB. Thoy almost crushed the life from him tit once. His  neck snapped���������a-littlo more and It  would have broken. Ho struck out  blindly from his back, and twisted  himself to throw off the woight of tlio  hall breed *a body. - But. Pierrot was  fastened there, as f3ekoosow the ermine had fastened Itself at tho jugular  of tlm partridge, and Bush MeTagprart's  jaws alowly swung open, and hla faco  begun to turn from red to purple.  Cold air rushing through tlio door,  Pierrofa voice and tho sound of battle  roused Nepeese quickly to consclous-  Ineas and the power to raise heiwdC  from the floor. Sho hail fallen noar  Baree, and as she lifted her head, her  eyes rested lor a moment on tho dog  i before they wen tto tho fighting men.  Baree  'was    alive!      His    body    was  twitching;' his  eyes  were,   open;-    he  made an effort to raise his head as she  -was^looking at him.  "Then she dragged herself to her  knees and ��������� turned to the men, and  Pierrot, even in the blood-red fury  of his desire io���������ki!I, must have heard  the sharp cry of joy that came from  her- ^hen she saw that it was the Factor from Lac -Bain who was underneath.- With a tremendous effort she  staggered to. her "feet, and for a few  moments she stood swaying unsteaJdity  as her brain and* her hody readjusted  themselves."*' Even ae she looked  down upon- the blackening face  from which Pierrot's fingers were  choking the life. Bush McTaggart's hand - was groping blindly  for his " pistol ,He found it. Unseen, by" Pierrot, h-3 dragged It froni its  holster. It was one of the black devils  of chance that favored him again, for  in his excitement he had not snapped  .the safety shut after shooting Baree.  Nqw he had only strength left to pull  the trigger. Twice his forefinger  closed. Twice there came deadened  explosion* elose to Pierrot's body. ^-  ' In Pierrot's face Nepeese .saw what  had happened. Her heart died in her  breast as she., looked upon the swift  and terrible change wrought by sudden  death." Slowly Pierrot straightened.  .His eyes were wide for a moment���������  wide and staring. He made no "sound.  She could not see 'nis lips move. And  then he fell tow-ird Iter" so that McTaggart's body was free... Blindly and  with an agony that gave no evidence  in cry or word, she filing-herself down  beside him.     He was dead;-'  How: long- Nepeese lay there, how  ���������long she waited for Pierrot to'move,  to open his eyes, to breathe, she would  never know. In that time McTaggart  rose to his- .feet and stood leaning  against the wall, the pistol in his hand,  his brain clearing itself as he saw his  final triumph. His work did not  frighten hinx. Even In that tragic  moment as he stood against the wall,  his defense���������If it ever came to a defense���������framed itself In. his minor Pierrot had murderously assaulted him���������-  without cause. In self-defense he had  killed him. Was he not the Factor  of Lac Bain? Would not the Company and th"-*- law believe his word before that of tliis- girl ,. His brain  leaped with the old exultation. It  would  never come to that���������to a  be-  Study In the Morning  Students at ^the University of California are forsaking the midnight oil  for the daylight dawn. The latest  time for preparing for lessons Is from  i a.m. to 7 a.m. A girl student, discovering the efficieiicy of-studying just  before approaching classes rather than  at night afte^r returning 'from social  functions started the' new scheme. -  Pains In Back Subdued-  '  Sore Chest Relieved  A Nova Scotian Tells" How She Overcame  Her Troubles With  NERVILINE  "I consider Nerviline the best remedy for a cold, sore throat or tightness across the chest," writes Miss  Lucy Moshe \ from Windsor, N.S. "For  many years our home has never been  without Nerviline. - I had a cold on  my " chest that fourteen remedies  couldn't break up. I rubbed on Nerviline three times a day, used Nerviline as a gargle and was completely  restored.'.* It's because Nerviline is  so^ powerful, so penetrating, so sure  to "relieve congestion, that it .is used  in most homes, for the prevention and  relief of a hundred minor ills. Get a  35c. bottle to-day.  "���������"���������\.~~������.   f*-3Zm-    1?���������* lift J- ������?������*������.. ^������VMJ_9    _kfJ_������.������7- lEC&Ujr  For sore throat, bronchitis or deep  chest colds, rub Vicks VapoRub briskly-  over'throat and chest and cover with  warm flannel.  -Vicks acts in two ways���������both diject:  absorbed like a liniment and inhaled as  a vapor." A quick relief for the cold,  troubles of all the family.  o rub  myvE&St MiuyptiJAffS Ust.o rkAnlV  r  Good  Plan To Follow  Visitors  to  in   Denmark���������Told   When  Arrive and Depart  Tlje London Opinion reflects bitterly on the evil- state called hospitality  "Guests," it says, "are persons who  would" like to be at home, who are  staying at the houses of other persons,  called*hosts, who would like to have  tlfem go home." f      ���������  -Neither guest of" host, however, continues the pessimistic strain, knows  how to accomplish this desirable end.  This is. because each labors under the  delusion that the visit is giving pleasure to the" other. -The only way to  overcome the. deadlock is to^adopt-the  laudible custom prevalent in Denmark,  where the invitations flatly lay down  the. hours -of. arrival   and   departure.  and the host smilingly    remlnds  visitor when his time is up.  the  trayal of this struggle and death in tho  cabin���������after he had finished with her!  She would not be known for all time as  La Bete Noir. No, they would bur>  "Pierrot, and sho would return tb Lac  Bain with -liim. If she had been' helpless before, she was ten times more  helpless now. "She* would never toil  of what happened ih tho cabin.  He forgot the prosenco of death as  he, looked at her. bowed over hoi  father so ''that Her') halt; covered .him  like a silkon 'shroud. Ho replitccd the  pistol" In its holster and drew a deep  Her Serves Were  "AU Broken Up"  She Could Not Sleep  Mra, Daviii Galloughor, 87 Lynd-  hurst _^.vo., Hamilton, Ont.\ writoB:  ���������"My nor veil wore all broken up  and I could not sloop at night;, and. I  would liayrt tn get" up ont. of bed and  walk tlio floor for hours at a ^imo.  After Using a Box of  Life History Of  World's  Greatest   City  , ^     -        ���������  Book Give^, Many Little  Knowh Facts  About London  A wonderful book just issued by the  London (England) pounty council,, called .'.'Londou. Statistics," contains "all  the romance of the great city, tabulated and reduced to figures.  Tlie whole life history of the world's  greatest city, with a. population of  nearly 8,000,000, is recounted between  the blue coarers of this volume of 450  pages.v -      _.      -      y  Astonishing figures aro given concerning the bricks and mortal5; value of  London, and what the public services  of the mammoth capitol cost. All the  houses, offices "and public buildings in  London are worth ������62,525.827 (about  $31-2.500.00): *      " y-  - Here are some little known facts of  London today:  The length of London streets is 2,210  miles. They cost -C-Jr,824,000 a year Iri  maintenance.  A census -3* vehicles taken at Hyde  Park Corner during twelve hours on a  fljpie July day gave the following result: Motor cars 49,43*1:, horsed  vehicles 3,533, cycleai 7.577, motor  cycles 559, and barrows 352.  v  Manx people aro almost crippled  with corns. But it is needless suffering which can bo speedily ended with  Holloway's Corn Remover.  HOW TO RELIEVE  .   CHILDREN'S COLDS  /_. *iT_r\-|_i^     Qt*k-t-*5.*%.������������*���������      L~a������i"!t_*���������������������?    Vi"cr     ITctSi or  Baby's Own. Tablets  When a child shows the first symptoms of a" cold, such as sneezing, redness of the e3-es, clogged, or running  nose, prompt measures for" relief may  avert serious results. 'Mothers should  always have on hand some simple,  safe and effective remedy for immediate use.       ' *   * i  Baby's Own Tablets act quickly  contain no opiates or narcotics, are  tasteless and harmless. Mrs. Josepn  Cadleux, Kolyoke, _\������ass., says:���������"I  have used Baby's Own Tablets for my  children and find them a very satisfactory medicine. "When my little  boy had a cold I gave him tlie Tablets  at night and hei was welt next day. ly  give them to the children for constipation and they always", do good. I  think Baby's Own'Tablets .are much  easier to give a child than liquid medicine. I recommend the Tablets to all  mothers who have small children and  believe they should always be kept ou  hand.' '  Babj-'a O^pri Tablets are soldi by all  medicine dealers or will be sent by  mail at 25 scents a box from The Dr;  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Out. -   ���������   ���������  The Russian Barabascholt at tho  Kharko observatory reports the discovery of ji new comet. TJie comet and  its tail aro visible through low power  lenses. -  Queen   Insured   Doll's   House  Only Object In Cacti0 Which  Is Protected Again-it Fire  The room housing the Queen's doll's  houso at Windsor    Castle   has    been  closed  to tho public until tho spring.]  Thotisands    have    visited   tlio' doll'sL__^^^_��������� ������������������_ __^w__i^%.-=._-.. __.  house during the past three months.TiMPROVE YOUR POSITION IN IJF������  Rcfreslies Tii*c<I.Eycs  IteMi--lews'"-' ..Chlc-"������o.fcyTE������eC*r������Bo  WfUeMi-l  S������i  I*  mmm4mt44mmm.ammimmmmmwmm4mmmmmmmm*  ���������;J5_-  lp   HEART  Including    hundreds    of    Americans.  TJho Queen contlmiefif'to take the keen-  *Wo   Instruct   in   tho   foltoiv'nj?   subjccti*:  COM.MERCIAL.- Shorthand.    T>'l>owrlC-  Inu.    Uookkeepln-r.   Secr*tarla*.   Account-  est Jnterestin tho house, which Is the ^^uphSl'Ti^!,; _^V.i������?^fiSSSS  only objoct In tlio castle insured; "Wr- Commercial Art, i>-f-������iJern, i-nt-hion  ngalnst Are or"other damage. The. KN01N*BKRIN'0.--I5tectrlc*ril. Mc-chanl-  castlo contains man*- treasures of such  ftV^nS���������*^^^^  imnienao value that insurance, is out  <"-*. Autonvu-Ufl iSn-Hnoortncr.������������������ Mintner Kn������  ! jrlnrorlntr.   Rit-llo.  Tc-h'tfminhy".   Print In pr.  of tho question.  Mlnard'a1 Lin I ment for atif* muscles  s  Public. Hlah School &. Unlv*-r������lty Syhjecl*  ������ LAKOUAQEa.���������Knullsh. French. Latin,  ' Orcele.   a������rman.   Siv������r-l������Tt   **u*l   I'nllnn.  The Unll������*l T-������ohnlottl Schools, Ltd.  i      Larueut    i.i������d     l>tmt    c<iuipiH-(l     i>i-ivuta  CTommorcliU    &    Knc-lneorlnB    Colleuo    la  * Cnrmdt-u  4%   Uanauldo.   Wlnntpea-  E Began To Fed iVIuch Bettcf,  and aftor wilng a * few moro boxen  I could oirjoy my ro������t as well as ovor  I could.**  H. 8e N-, JPIIl-J have boon on tho  markot-for tW pant 38 yonrs; your  iiftftrorffc (Iniwi/lfit itellH ilium" wit. im  only by Tho T. Mllburn Co.,'Limited,  Toronto, Out.   Wr*tn   for   rr.  of    used    ovens.  .   An Undefeated Champion  Already the proud bearer or many i Corner  Poriaqo  j hi uo ribbons and an umhslViUed ch������nn7 "_..._���������_-,_,,   _-_���������,._.���������.  ' ��������� **r**^Kr RS     OV!  *"P  plou    throughout    his    .siiow    aw������ii,i *"%    . ... Z  ������T'i _>**���������.     *���������- i ���������     ������. % i.   ! "^"^   loguo ana list    ������.-b.    ������������������-���������������    ������.������.������.-..  Mag of  the  1'aii-h."-.      smiv    wWt'Miubl������ard Ov,>n  Company, 1100 Qut-tti.  Shorthorn bull belonging u> the Frlnci* ] West. Toronto.  ol* WjhIos, has added another blue rib- ��������� '^i^x : '.". "*":.  bon to his string. Judge.*'ut the 26th  annual International Livestock Kx-;  position. Chicago, awarded liim tho  blue jrlbhon  of the cIumj bom  befort*  .Tuiio  1,  i;������M.  MiiJard'ti. Llnfn.-nl for brulncu  mmmm  *mmm mam>* m tutnyrtsmy mmmurMytorw  Un   I  C PI mZttgi'C.   ���������**"���������������."-������  ���������"O-N  "MK  UB. LC_ luLCCIu o,MvmuKioNevai  S!tSrL���������������L������llO*S '**'*��������� AKjSM'A  (umjmo umvutmu*. row i-������oi_n iii.MiuTt  iKu'l^UAJuTciliiiUJ.T" I;rUa.������ in UngUaSOil  i6aitri.--iCt.wafl M.*.Cm.ti...4^.otk t������&. H.W.. I.a*.Ia������  m������hl.Mmik4.tKatrm-mt������. IHaoaa t ������T.E..TotoliI������0������,  ���������>������> -mmM*m** ������_���������*���������������"���������>- m* voai" c������i-������ ,TH������  eRBS_?02i  KBTBEW  Local .and Personal  -*������������������&     ft\m.tw\  The Hustlers Tnxis Square o*  sty Church look for an interesting  session tonight, -when secretary W^  Hendy of the Bod and Gun Club is to  give a talk on Bird Life.  r  Creston is having' an unusually  severe epidemic of colds and kindred  ailments. Hardly a family in the  village has escaped it, and the school  attendance is light in consequence.  The  Alice   Siding   orchestra   is   in  demand almost every weekend now.  .Last Saturday they were at "Yahk. and"  are booked to play at a basket social  dance at Kitchener tomorrow night.  The He view got one 6 too many last  week in chronicling the village revenue  from trade licenses last year. The  paragraph should have read six hundred and sixty-six dollars, not $6,666 00  The Exchange billiiud hall is on the  move this week to its new location on  Canyon street. . During removal the  barber business is being carried on in  the store at the rear of the postofflce.  Creston is this year forced to"import  the Batoaiei'a supply of ice, tmee  carloads of it coming in on Monday  troes Orowsaest. The supply at- that  point is so limited-that .the C.P.H. ie  reported to "have declined to haul any  for other buyers until they had put in  their supply at' Cranbrook and other  points.  ���������wra  JCJ.  Hs  vs. S5un&, of Nelson, the provincial horticulturist fo** the Kootenay-  Boundary country, was here on Friday,  making an inspection of the equipment  for lighting codl'ng moth at this  point.  Western Tribune:. A* Creston man  has devised a mechanical contraption  that picks apples automatically. Now  what is that old saying? Is it Necessity or Laziness tbat was Invention's  mama?  A popular price dance is being given  by the AH*-*? Siding orchestra - in the  Jas. Compton packing shed on Friday  night next, Feb. 26th, at 9 o'clock.  The admission is 60 cents, which also  includes supper.  In last week's school report credit  was* wrongly given in Division I. for  January's highest standing in proficiency. This should have been eredited  to Richard Randall; and not Arthur  Couling aa published.   ^_  Trinity United ladies* aid lemind ofthe annual bean supper in the church  basement next Friday night, Feb. 26,  from 6* to 8 o'clock. All the seasonable  dishes will he- served at the popular  "prices of 50 and 5J5 cents.  Mi8������ SSe Arrawsniith is  t*_e  con- ,  gfegational representative from Triu-1  ity at the United  Church   conference |  at Nelson at the first of the week, and  on Tuesday night gave an   address   in  that city on, young people's worl*.  Western Tribune: Creston police  are looking for a lady named Alice,  the name engraved on a valuable jewel.  box found in the possession of a  suspected bank robber. Radio please  broadcast the old fainltiar song "Alice,  wheie art thou?  Mrs. Shepherd of Portland, Ore.,  was a visitor here a few days last week  with her brother, J. E. Hayden. She  js en route home from Hankinson,  North Dakota, where she was attending her mothe-. whose death occurred  early in January.  The- bishop of Kootenay announces  that he will be here- in April to induct  Bev. B. Newby officially into the  -rectrrshlp of Christ Chtn*ch������ and the  new minister is forming a class.to  present his lordship for confirmation  on the occasion of the visit.  Flats haymakers should remember  the annteal meeting of the Stock-  brerders* AesociMtion on Monday I  afternoon, Feb. 22nd. at 2 o'clock, in  Speers* Hall. T. P. MacKenzie, the  gr&xing eom-miasloner. will be present  to e-oofe-r with the members.  At their ibe-eting on Friday afternoon the Women's Institute decided  io shift their meeting pHce from the,  Parish Hall to the basement of Trinity  church, The morr* central location is  counted upon to attract larger attendance at the monthly gatherings.  Wm. Ramsay, pnhTlc works department engineer* of Nelson, was here at  the end cf the week familiarizing him  self with local conditions. He looks  for an early season and Is arranging  for tht* taring road ������md"r.fj and repairs to start aa soon as feasible.  Miss Pe-iton. field secretary for the  Piresbvterlan Women's Missionary  Society* will speak at the morning  service at the Presbyterlsn Chntch, at  11.30 Sunday, February SSlst. On Sat-  Ttrday afternoon, at 8, Miss Pelton will  npeak In the church to the Mitt-ion  Band*  Foil Sa&"B-*-2������ acre ranch, two miles  south of X.l������ter store, good buildings,  fenced.   7   acres   cultivated,   batanea  f:ood pasture, one-  actc email   fruit,  rrigallon right with plenty of water.  -Plenty of lH*������f rn-nfl.*- for fctocl*.   Atmum*.  *d for taxation "tit $8004    Will sell for  *m������6S .4*4 U.7ZZZ. Hvhr* ������.������rU������-ld.Or������aton,  At a statutory meeting of the shareholders of Creaton Reclamation pom  p-ny. Limited, on "Wednesday last. C.  O. Rodgers, C. F. Hayes. R. B.Staples,  6. Johnson and C W-. Allan were  reelected directors, and Dr. Henderson  chosen^-audltor. -y Another call was  made on the shareholders which has  ] been fully paid up, and an announcement- nf interest from the company  should he forthcoming by the end of  the month.  New Denver Record: A: W. Weir,  who has been filling the pulpit of the  Presbyterian Church for the past two  months, farewells on Sunday evening,  and leaves on_ Monday for the coast-  Mr. Weir is earnest, h-is the courage  of his convictions, and occasionally his  zeal carries him beyond the line of  generally" accepted     pulpit     ethic?.  -Perhaps sotne have-been,a Tittle harsh  in their criticisms^ . The public are not  always right in their judfiment. Bead  Matthew xavii., 17 26.  W. J. IVuscotfr,.who supervises the  Tuxis Square work" at Trinity church  had seven delegates with him at Cranbrook sit the .-K-eekend for the boys  work co"r*fereiiee������ They were Dick  Randall, Richard' Dickson, "Lloyd  Cartwright,-Harry Smith, Clarence  Staples, -Charlie Ootterill, and A.  Sun-hielson of; Canyon. Sandy Henderson and "Harold   Speers  attended  \ ' *  the same happy relations would Continue throughout his stay.  Tbe school board, had its February  meeting nn  Monday . night at, which  there was little but routine business  to transact.    The trustees appreciate  the co-operation of parents who" are  holding hack the beginners until the  September  term    and    t������_u-_   getting  away from the need of hiring another  teacher at this time.    About fifty new  volumes have been added to the High  School   library���������purchased  with   the  $25 given by tbe High School Literary  QULL CALF ASTRAY  *��������� "        *, ���������  .   Jersey bull calf, about two, years old,  last seen about October, near the Reed,  & Mather  raniSb.   Reward  to party  Riving inforraationleading to recovery.  SAM MOON, -Wynndel.  from   St. Stephens* church stahdfast������Society, which was supplementek hy a  Club, while Rev. *J. Herdman. pastbr  of Trinity, Woae of the conference  speakers'.     ' -, ���������  "" There was a large and -representative  turnout of members.and. adherents of  Christ Chnrch~far the__ reception tendered Rev.'S. and Mrs. Newby at the  ParW-h'HaU on Friday night. Cards  were the-feature of the evening with  the prisses going to Mrs. J. W. Hamilton and Lionel Moore. A splendid-  lunch was setved by the ladies* ^tvild,  and there was dancing at the close.  The new rector spoke briefly thanking  for su**h a. coidial reception and hoping  like amount from the department/  The ladies' aid <i$  the hospital at  Invermere gathered Jn $522 for the  Tiifitiiil viOl, vnUrSRjS XHafw.  * a  Due to. the salubrit'ms'iiesa of ita  climate Pentieton has -more loafing:'  unemployed this winter than ever  before.  . At Nakusp the: Hews -says that  whist drives are verjrsHmly attended, except wbere they.^vind up with  a .dance, the crowd Qomm-j? 5ft  strohs for the latter feature.  OtV������&W&lw1 AMD USB  Take notice that The Nakiiap "Eaectric Light  & Power Company, whoso address ts Nakusp,  B.O., will apply for a hcenqe to take and use .5  enblo feet per second of water ont .of Goat  River, which tto-mt^re&texiy and dxains into  Wootenay River at Creston, B.O., .Tlie wato -  will be diverted irxoin. the stream at ftjtU  about 1600 feet.down stream from C7P.R.  bridge, on Blook 201, of Lot 812, and -will-toe  tisoa for power purposes ,npon toe area oes-  cribed aa the ncdjertaking of tte Company  within a radius 6t fifteen miles of- the power  alta. -Tbis -notice -was.- posted on tbe ground wa  the 10th day of January, iuzn, a oopy- ox - this  nottce and an application nttssaant tfsesetoa-d  tot^Water A-stwiU be filed1 in ttjeoffl-jeuf  the Water Becorder at Kelson, J|*������C. qMee-  t*nn to. the application mayboaledwiththe  said Water Recorder or \nrim. the ^tfSkpis^fur  of Water,Bights. Parliament BaOolnsa, yio-  tori&s B.C., wlthta thirty days after the first  appearance of this notice in a local newspaper.  The petition for approval o" UianndertaalnE as  per Section 26 of the AotsnUhe heard in the  office of the Board of Investigation at a date to  ba,fixed br the Co-nptefo*ller. and.that any  .interested person way file an objection thereto  in the office of the Comptroller* or of .the said  Water Becorder,  NAKUSPEliECTRIC _IGHT & POWER  coa_?.<Li_rr',A������phfeant.    .  OKO.Pl-TOB^IiKY.AgeiiJfc  The data of the firafc pubiieatlon o������ this bctice  is February 5,182a. -    r e-������*  Corporation, of the  VILLAGE Of CRESTON  FINANCIAL STATEMENT  Year Ended December 31,1925  \  N.  V  RECEIPTS-  Taxes, Real Property.  Arrears of Taxes, 1924 ~-4 269.10  Taxes, 1925~^~ 2749.92  Penalties on Taxes, 1924       19.04  Penalties on Taxes,   1925?       79.36  Trades Isieenses ���������~������������������.........^  Government Grants  laqnor Profits^.. '��������� ~~ i��������� 2754.17  Motor Xiicense ?FeeB..: :_-���������.::r.._.l;...-   3S987 .  Pari Mntuel  Taxes '-*-.---;���������'���������������::���������   511.19 ���������  Miscellaneous Receipts.  Refund of overyayment  11.34  Refund of overpay ment aect.,   1924-"��������� 6.40  Registration  Fee- ~-'.~m��������� 'Z~JZ?^. 1.00  bash im hand Deo. 31,71924-��������� ��������� ~-~*        4.00  Cash at bank Dec. 31, 1924---^-.-.-��������� 175320  $3117.42  660.25  3605.23  DISBURSEMENTS  General Administration.  Salaries ? $ 547.92  Postage and WaTta-st-   Printing and  Stationery-  Ijegal fees ���������  Miinicipa! haH site-*���������..  .Office equipment --  Oflfice" expenses^  Telephones, TeleKrams���������  Assessment expeiikes������������������  Sew .flaR^  'Workmen's CompsnsatKm.  ' Halt ��������� rent������������������-��������� -_-���������-���������r--  Repairs���������:-   .PostoffiyeTboxrr--  l&--74'y.'..jiGarjtaiKe;!  175*20  /  Special Polioing-  '^Rokj^  ���������y]|^"4.{.'malii*te^^    ���������' '1ttbt6i"-':-Iji^i^  Sidewalk ycohstruolalcm-^.  Sidewalk ;maintef!iahoe  Bridge maihlenance'  iFire Protection.  Buildii.g.-*..-..~. .���������  Equipment������������������������������������-  .  Maintaiuenoe������������������-  Hydrant installment.-  ' "     " .... 7 '" * ' ���������  -  ''Granisk'-':-'A'yki' .-���������.���������������������������..  C/Vi Ar. Assn. Fftll Fair-���������.-������������������...  '  Overpayment (refunded per contra)  1924 Accounts paid ���������;  Tot^l d^sbursementa  BALAKCB  , t *.. *    Cash on hand, Dec 31,1925-  Cash at Bank, Dea 31, 1925.  26.00  5133  75.00  180.00  lae? .  45.25  3.25  r"  2*7.00  7.50  ~   6.00  ��������� soo  a*- "- " 1." _  .20  5.00  .    ",     ���������  1^06  -���������'���������\7: ���������:_:,���������:-��������� ���������, ;y7  9.00  $1006.18  177.45  '���������-'���������-���������,. "'*-'"  *5_iB.63  ���������������������������.:.'   .''���������������������������'   '  339.87  X-   .',-. :  1241.59  "A--���������'''-'������������������ " -.-;���������.  438.01  87.79  ^3153.34  107.21  761.78  .'.'"'������������������ ��������� "������������������'  3.84  ������������������'   ���������-. .''.  50.00  922.83  -   - ���������   .(������������������ '.  75.00  11,34  66.15  5224.84  -.  1761.09  2172.91  ^9158.84  $9158.84  BALANCE SHEET, December Wl925  Cash on hart*d-~-���������-���������....~......-........_.....$1761.Q9  Cash at Bank-��������� ~������������������ 2172.91  Arrears of Taxes, 1924 ..:~.x.���������.- 156.55  .1924 (penalties)���������. ". ���������..������..���������.~..- 50.49  Arrfittrs of Taxes���������-������������������������������������������������................. 403.15  1925 (penalties).���������...���������............ ........ 53.01  Mine, aooounta receivable ������.....^.������  Ofiice equipment" - ���������      66.82  Xiosa deprooitttiorj------..---v.">-*"'--**.~----'----.������---������       5.07  Fire ttghtiii(_c equipment���������. .^..cs^J 786.21  I-rf*ns deprooiation-��������� ......���������-.................-^..      40.21  Fire hall building...���������.~...*.....-^...������.^.������    107 21  X-eaH depreoiattoii"-.���������..-...������.������-.���������....������ -...���������^      12L21  luu*tidip&\\ btsildiriK-.���������.  .._^._-.-������..   458.15  Municipal building site-' ���������.*....������.._..   IbO.OO  New nidewalkH .���������-���������������...������. ^m,.������^.������.. 1335.99  Jx>ai- depr������oitttiott'-.������-'-"-������"-���������'���������->���������.������������������"���������-   200,99  LIABILITIES  Vouobera Payable- ���������-  $3934.00    Creeton 'Mercantile Co., Ltd..  n -w������������������lM.nnit������������ l. ���������*.#w*^*������M������*"i���������������������#���������������������������.������.  Surplus; Assets over   Litibilittes  4   552.09  2.00  .^ 671^86  603.20  .85  VIZIS  740.00  -  95.00  ^*  1135.06  '>  >  HNMWW^aMMMM-i  $;7267.9G  *������M'%ii*t-ai**M__pw  87207.95  Am SPENCER, Auditor. ���������  /  SAVE more thtin FIFTY CjEfclTS  a Sack on your  Fertiliser I  - * ''-"_"     * - " ~  by haviisjg if come in our  '      Carload shipment  Orders must be placed by MONDAY, FEB; 22nd,  at either the Creston or Eriekson store, to be sure  to be'Csure of making * this worth while saving���������  whichJs du������ to carload buying. -  *-s.  Greston Vails? Go-Operative Assn.  f  Ma. FRUIT GROWER  Why not place your order for your Box requirements  now, and have tlicm delivered at once so y������u 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, 192(5.    This offer  good only until the 15th day of February, 1926.  i  i  .mum "v^* -_:tbw    a-���������_*._--__-������_--������ -_������/ _���������_.��������� -c~_������_-*_x __u  ���������������_���������  f������YR*>  The best reserve one -te&_������l_fove  is money in a Savings Bank  account. , It not^ only increases  by ihp iiitei-est it .earns but it  gives you assurance jn meeting  (any problem which may present  itself. A res3rvej8 as necessary  to you as it is to your*Bank. Open  a saving account with this Bank  and start to establish your reserve.  42  IM PERIAJL   BANK  )  C. W. ALUN,  OF CAXfAJDtA.  GRESTON BRANCH,  Manager. ,  mwr *  JL  The Touring  .  Ooler-^lQtjujt. .AU-^JaMiy }iadr of  A  n  BIEUK flE IMflTEIUV*.  nvfsu   vi    nvvikiiniu  Due to  the salubriousness of Ita  For January police court fines at climate, Pentieton; has more loafing  Kimberiey totalled $3228  Foe this year 'Fernie' oity pay  laborers 50 cents an hour.  - Fernie will-this  year  have Jta .  first  evejr"fall ,fair���������on September  7thand8tli.*-- -    , .   -j  "Dr. X>orma������, dentist, 6f "Green-;  wqod. is .leaving, tbat tow������ to locate!  iii Kimberiey.'' *" j  A Farmers'. -Institute has just  been ~ organized at Yahk, starting  off.with 25.member&-  ' The Herald estimates that close  to lOO.UGO awtTo tourists "will visit  Peutibtoh this season.  unemployed tbis winter than   ever  before, a ."  *   " '  Meets THIRD "THURSDAY of  eapb   month    at    Mercantile  Hall.   Visiting brethren cordi-  - ally invited.  ��������� "*W. H. CRAW^BORD.-W.ai  ___  new  cen-  $25,000 will be spent a a  switchboard at the telephone  tral at Keiowna this year.  . .J        '  238 eases   were - tried   in   Trail  1 poiiofa court last year.     65 were Soi  -breaches-off the liquor   act.  " * ���������  Grand Forks   Fifteen   Hundred  Clubb added   hut 52   members last*  year and now has 356 enrolled.  $3560 of hues were collected in  F-eruie iKiliee- court Iastfc, year as  compared with ������1472 iu 1924.  s  Crews are already at work in the  Nakusp section 911 tbe government  road.repair work for tbis season.  Due to several of the inemlieis  neglecting to yay tlieir dues Kaslo  board uf trade finished the- year in  debt. *  m  yJVr'ustJe is.-being made at New  Denver lo raise $2000 in order to  prevent t)ie hospital in tbat town  mein : closed^  334 cases w.ere tried in'tbe-Fernie  police court during 1925. 5Q of  them for infractions of tbe government liquor act, *  -   Due to a natural increase  in the  school     population     education     at  I  I  V-*������ ai>>"( ** 'Vn    win    ������ Alta  more than in 1925.  ������a.. ���������.*.���������������" *"*_ftfur>_A  ja acre**   \.mjKtv  ^p\*^m*-v  Dr. Rntledge, .Cranbrook's veter-  iuaria, draws down. 700 a year for  inspee ing the dairies that supply  die place with. milk. iHHS  Y������tlik Granite Company. -Limited,  is   being .financed with   a*- view-' to  quarrying tlie black, granite recent  iy fob-id near Yalik.  ** "  At Nakusp tlie   News   says that  ��������� IiMt drives are very slinily attend  ?..*���������, except where they wind * p with  l   dance. - the   crowd   coming    in  strong for th'e latter feature.  The ladies' aid of   the hospital-at  BULL CALF ASTRAY  Jersey bull oalF, ii luHit,two yeaii-" old,  tfasteeen about Octoher, ik-ju* t he Reed  i & Mm hei* 'rnneh..   Reward   to   pnity  giving inform������t ion leading to recovery.  SAM. MOON, Wynndel.  DEPARTMENT OF LANDS  TheJmj  Ford Touiing Car  AN all-etecl body on the improved chai-tt-i, vri&n a new*������������������  Jt\. "Cop ���������leB*j-3-*dtohftirmonhj-) with the redocdonln height,  gtVc* the Touring Car a grace and nmartnesfl hcirctofore  ism'*-pi?*i-o������������l������������������d* ''*'  Advance*. In comfott tave kept pace with Improvements  In design. Placing the roel tank -_inder the cowl hn������ rnnde  It poflslhlc to lower the ieaU, slvta*-. greater leg room and  added comfort for driver and jpa������ucngcra. Ventilation .  and driving vision-������*��������������� Improved by the new touring wind-'  shield, thelower half of wliich. Ia adjustable. .  The side curtains, generally re-dealgru-d to conform, to body  nnd top change*, add the final detail of touring comfort.  Wines* Im phwx> tbe ctsrt-itsTjS open vrft!i"t!k������**&6������**e end'  combine wide vUlon with laithtB durabllLty.  NOTICE  APPLICATION FOR GRAZING PERMITS FOR  THE SEASON OF 1926  AppUoatlona "or pormltB^o Kraao llvoatook on  tho < frown run co witiiiri oa<*n KvavAnp: district  ot tho'l-'rovlneo of British Columbia; must bo  lllwl -with tho BiHtrlot Iforosiot at Fort Goor^o,  Kaniloopa. Nolaon. -Prlncp Itupoit, Vancouver,  ���������md Williams Lake, on or before March 31st,  Blank. form������ upon which to nnbrntt appllca*  tlonawdy bo obtitltiort from tlio DI .trict l"oi������-  catcrs nt tho nbovo nn-rnod plaoes, or from tho  Deprirtinont of Laanda lit Victoria, B.(\  a*n. nadkv.  Popnty MlnlHtor of LiuuIr.  Dopartmont of Lanjlfi, "Victoria. B.C,  January Oth. 102a J  -"xcLus.ivr rcpc ���������������  fa*  ; t^*t^-^t^'*IB8������^lt^_l>m  __r__r______:  H;pw������'iiji.-I*8  Light and .ftoavjr  ���������l&mftOBS * T-fSw ������������������������������  New Stock of  ���������'Harness"  Second Hand Store in  connection  JBA mmmwWf Bm-mmMmX. _?_I ���������II������������������ 'OffE3  Shoe and Harness Repairing  X  \ / m. m.     r "    -.       ^ -. - -������  A nnomncing the. Purchase  of  luidgate JSros. irarage  I have pleas-are in announcing tibat I have Just  purchased outright . the Garage business of Lidgate  Bros., and am now in charge.  . I have secured the services of Mr. R. Maxwell as*  shop -foreman.   For the   past six. years he has been  -working on ail makes^of cars in a well known Aiberta  garage and is fully competent to give car owners  the  best repair service* ever available in Creston.  I  The   agency for   die    Chevrolet  Cars  and  Atwater-Kent Radios will be continued by me.  the  My policy is to give prompt und efficient service  at fair prices, and confident that I can give you full  value for your money I solicit the business-of the auto*  ���������  li iiv  uck and tractor owners of the district.  A. L. PALMER.  Creston, B,C, Febauary* 10.  GAS for LIGHTING PURPOSES  We have now a supply^of   really   good   gas  for  lighting purposes.    Very high Grade  WHITE ROSE,  a product known all   over   the   American - continent,    g  Use it and save trouble. ������  -  Buy~   EN-AR-CO     Products   when   purchasing    |  -   ubricatjng Oil or Grease... .  - .- ���������  Our SILVERLldHT COAL OIL gives satisfaction for incubator Lamps..        ^ :     .     -  -_/'���������<:. - tFLOUB and FEED I  ��������� _.*  Daily Opportunities  , are offered to the tnassiwlth  ready mon.ey������  Accusarilate a fVmd tec Hhat  vou. jaaay b������ atbl������ to take  advantage of Just such,  opportunities* Systematic -tie-  ^ posits in  a Savifrg-r Account  -������jvill enable _*0& to do this,   s������  THE C^ySTADl^ BANK  OF .COMMERCE  Capitial Paid Up $2O^XX>,000  Re_Marve Pusid $20/XX>,ppO  Creston Branch  D. T. Scttmgeour, Manager  P. BURNS & CO,Ud.  MEAT MERCHANtS  i  9  ���������TRY OUK/   ��������� .' " ' : ""     ���������  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An '������*i'okiomtrnl -lish, c_aay lo >-erv<*-.  Shamrock Brand HAM������ BACON ana LAMB  .-'''"���������"'*���������*'  \JBm^mWZ0mWm^m*^m%m%mZ0      ^������-*-*m mZ������mm^MWmMumm%> M    " mXlZw%mwm   M -<JCiJfm  Uovornnirtib ftraded. Ii^liewt quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEEI, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BORNS* IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  ineu-j.fc-t*}- t*K������ production anel |������'rodorea ht-ttt-r poultry.    Buy th<������ lu*M.  m mmmwrnmrnmrnrmmimmmm :xxx  /  THE    REVIEW.    CRESTOX.    11.    C.  -A'  Tlie Vacuum (air-tight) Tins insure BIG BEN  being in the same perfect condition, when you  buy iW as when the tobacco left the factory.  YjJ.u always have a siie* fresh plug  on hand ��������� and th������ empty tin* are  ������t*ful. too.  ALWAYS    FRE_  mWM//Iliiimnm\\\M  '^^^MW^M^mMM^^W^W^^M  I MANUFACTURED   ������ BV-       .       ' **   **������  IMPERIAL TOBACCO   COMPANY  OF CANADA   LIMITED^  Peace On Ear^th; Goodwill Totvarcl TMen  Disarmament Is Only Solution  Locarno Pact Merely Marks Beginning  Of European  Peace     " -,  What is to come' after Locarno?  This is tlie question the British press  and public, are asking. Ramsay Mac-  Donald and Lloyd George, both% former premiers; "Viscount Cecil and Austen  Chamberlain, ���������,the foreign secretary-/  have  repeatedly  stated   that  the   Lo;  C9.rnfta     tlflPt       ���������W--1'.1/������>������     aarnti     clarn'arl     Tt_-a_-a       1  ^ _. ������_        .���������-.--..*._. ..   _*.J        .?.{3___.w.A       ._��������� ww.        __.,  merely marks the beginning of Europe's peace. It-settles the differences  between France and Germany but the  other European states ancf Great Britain now need guarantees against war.  Disarmament is conceded to be the  only solution, but how this,can be effected with safety and justice to all  is a burning question.  Viscount Cecil indicated recently^ in  the House-of Lords that Britain was  seriously considering a new disarmament conference" and^ will shortly  bring out disarmament plans of its  own, but the difficulty of doing~tuis is  pointed out in the press, because of  Britain's insular position and the resultant dangers; she stands from enemy air-and submarine forces. Though  Germanyy and France are at* peace,  their aii* and undersea forces still  menace theTdritish Isles.  New Preference Rules  /.  Of New Zealand  Children Always Thrive  ON  Regulation      Will .   Affect      Canadian  .  Assembly   Branches "of American  Firms       ���������   Z--   '   '���������  New   Zealand    is   doubling the per.-  centage of Britisii labor and materials  required in imports under'British preference  rates.       The^pieseut percentage    o������>   "British  origin" required is  twenty-live.      Tho     now    regulations*  wliich come into force on.April 1 jiex&r  require fifty. "' -.   '   -~~x7 ; '  Tlie effect of this will be that Canadian goods exported to Nervv Zealand  will have to. be fifty per cent. Canadian labor and materials, if they J}.re  to get tlie advantage of the British  preference. ~. The increase will particularly . affect Canadian branches of-  American firms whicji are only assembling, or partly manufacturing, in  Canada.  SCOTT'S EMULSION  OF PURE COD-LIVER OIL     v  IT ABOUNDS IN VITAMINS  __b***o-_  Big Real Estate Sale  One of the biggest.real estate deals  in London's history was concluded  wheiL.Lom Kuwa'ru ue vvaidon soid 4U  Uteres of London property for a reported sum of $15^00(M)0(L      The acreage  *"r������ .."I.I t\ ������\C*      C.^1..-.*.     r\i*    . Ua     ..5 ..1. _...._ .1      .. ,���������-_.-..-.  .*av..*.av**-.3    Ktvaaaa.     wi    vaaic;   i __^_JMt2������}4,   ilJLIU   SsOQie  of the poorest streets in the-jyreat end  of London..     "** ''   ~-> ,_.  German Pi*"ess Praises Chamberlain  Tlie action of Sir Austen Chamberlain, the Britisii foreign secretary, in  branding as false theyvyar-tlnie story of  a German "corpse factory" is characterized by the German press as a  .creditable and statesman-like act;;  This is the season when the old Christmas song of the angels, "feace on  earth, good-will toward men," will be sung throughout the world, when from  press and pulpit the glories of peace and good-fwiir among all/Siien and nations  will be proclaimed, when exhortations will be voiced urging all people by-  precept and the force of example to do what lies in their power to promote  these essential qualities at home and abroad.  Perhaps never before in the world's history did there exist a more earnest  and widespread desire for international peace and good-will, and the greatest  and most outstanding evidences of this is to be found in the signing of the  Locarno treaties, and in the growing influence of the League of Nations.  There is also in evidence in many countries, and happily so in .Canada, a  larger and growing spirit of tolerance. More and'more there is developing  a willingness among people to let bygones be bygones, to accord to others  that same liberty of. thought in matters of language, religion, polities, and  racial customs which one demands for oneself. Canadians generally are not  now concerning themselves with petty issues as tc whether their neighbors  of foreign birth continue to make use of their mother tongue, or worship God  in some manner different from their own. There Is, in Canada, a growing  acceptance of a man. for his own character and qualitiesT quite apart from his  racial origin, the language-he speaks, or the altar at which he worships. The  general recognition and acceptance of such views, is essential to the development of peace and good-will.  Fnfortunately, there is one section of the world where, as .yet, this~spirit  does not hold swayj where, on the contrary, all the old racial, lingual and religious animosities are flaming, and still threaten the. peacji? ofi the worlds  The reference is to that group of small independent nations in Southeastern  Europe known >as the Balkan States. Por the past-^hree-quarters of a century  or more this conglomerate mixture of races and religions has disturbed the  peace of .Europe, and hardly a year passes without the threat of a new conflagration. While the great nations of the world-are anxiously striving for  peace, these little States remain hot beds otysuspicion and intrigue, seemingly  '"���������*��������� ver anxious tp fly at each other. Their populations have become so mixed  that in each country there are racial and religious minorities always stirring  up trouble and giving excuse for the enforcement of oppressive policies; and  acts of ruthlessness against them.  It was not a pretty nor encouraging picture of the situation in the Balkans which was drawn hy Hugh Edwards, M.P. in the British House of Commons, in an address delivered before the Women's Canadian Club of "Montreal,  on the occasion of the meeting of the Inter-Parliamentary Union at Ottawa.  Couti-a.st.ing the spirit and policy of the British Kmpiro in its treatment of  minoritW-s, Mr. .Edwards said: y  "Tti.i fierce and vehement discussion which took placf. in the Ihtor-Parlifir  m^ntaiy "Union meeting at Ottawa has made it vory evident that these little  Balkan State.-- I*iave not yet laid to heart the agonizing memories of the late  war. The Balkan-Peninsula is still a seething cauldron of iierce,_j*aclal antagonisms; and: unless some,magic change is soon wrought in the. temper of  "these lit-le :**at->>: it will not be long before tin- pot boils over again yind  drenches Rurop-f. one* moro wirh blood. We all rejoiced in the signing of  that treaty with Germany at j.ocarno. ,-It makes war impossible in the .west  or Kuroi--*. 1 am uneasy for th...* Kant, when I find th.-*--- little .states showing  such blt;-ern������*s.������? and such fierce racial antagonisms."  - Similar feelings r--������ard<*d Canada's progress hi tlie past. On more than  on.- occasion great national"question-** were <H*c1<|im1, not on their merits, but as  th<- ri-riult of tin- most unworthy ami .sinister racial and religious propaganda.  A better day has dawned Jn this ftomlnfon. and t!u,; people will uo longer countenance appeals of this na'xir*-. But Canada's Interest?] require the removal  of all such danger spots throughout tho world. Out* people may not bo able  ���������Ureetly to do an..thing very effectlvi-i in the Balkans, but Canadlau.s can by  st'iunch support of the L������i������KUt. of Nation*-), ami by a friendly and brotherly at-  Ti-vide towards Kiieh of flies.- Bulkfiii people* mm have r*orn& to live fn Canada,  help miir.--rl.-LHy to develop alright spirit and tliiw as;-l,sf. to overcome these old  nnrac*onl,Hm:J. Thene iKiwiv-iner.-i in Canada will pnss on the word to their  fri-Mids and relative;-! Jn their former Baikal) homes 1 hat there, is a bottoi  V";iy, while tho League of Nation** offers the only hope through which oflleial  iiiul or-raaii/.eid action can be. taken anions tlti- Balkan pooploH l.lieniH������dv������.*H.  A German library wlil-*h Im to contain every tiling published in the <.er-  man language ;-;lno������5 If)la lius b-*oif  csTablI.s!t'-d In T.flir/Au,  Heavy Gram Marketing  r All>re cords in the history of trans-  portaltion Of western crops were  smashed on .���������Monday,..���������November 16th,  when 3,126 cars were inspected at  Winnipeg and ether * western points,  whilst m-ti-itetingsy totalled ?5.897,851  bushels. ;      : .--<-  An excellent protection against  worms can be. got in Miller's, Worm  Powders.... They render the stomach  and intestine's-untenable to them. They  heal yihe surfaces that have become  inflamed by the attacks of the parasites and serve to restore the strength  of "the child that. :has been undermined b>y the draughts that the worms  ,have made upon it, and that . tlieir  operation is altogether health-giving.  Early a-S 1500 A.D..    goldfish  brought to Japan from China.  Were  pROST BITES!  Rub    with    Minard's.-  Tt  eases    the - pain and, pre-  -Vents complications.  -FREEmISO^  \  Y01IH Fffirasn Meeds  *WHY  ET the FREE Gov-  erririient pamphlet  giving tlie proven facts  about Sweet Clover.  D em aii s t rate s, its all-  round usefulness^���������how it-  restores to soil the essential nitrogen lost through  continual "wheat growing; how beneficial- it is  in crop- rot at ions; vand  what good pasture it provides. Shows the. best  seeding time, the proper  nurse crops to use,' when  and how to harvest, etc.  This helpful bulletin is only-  one of over dftve hundred on  fabm subjects. To get it,  together with list of other  TREE publications, fill in this  advertisement and mail it'  ,post free to . >  y        The Publications Branch,  Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, Ont.  Name .���������   U3t.No.  Post Office -...Province   ..W-25  -1   ^.  SEND FOR FREE BOOKLET  j^yDWp-S^,  w".   n.'   v.     J������������ir  Stop that cold with Minard's Liniment.  Gerald.     '"May   I   (ittiv   you   rny   um-  hr.*ll;������.  ojImm''"  Gerald Ine- -"N'ot If  you j^i,  wirh It."  A j*n.r.a and ������ure uierli<"lne for a rhihl  u-ouh!������"rf with woriiui U Mother (JtaveH*  Worm (yvtermlnator.  The hlailory of /<������������������������,.nn| t'nr Mi��������������� j������n������t  1.0������)i> yani'ii    rec'*������rd������-.    no    ������moj������-    rlmn  two  ������-;j.5;������-,������   of  rhefr.  Mlnard'fi   Lirtlroent for  ch"ijbi������-*inij  HERE romance and adventure rub shoulders in  a novel way with industry- and progress.  Where ships from foreign lands, flying strange  ensigns, carrying strange crews, create an atmosphere  of mystery; ���������  Where the scenery is gorgeous ��������� unforgetable is the  panorama of sea and mountain, forest and river, one  glimpses at.the Pacific Coast.  Many days of bright sunshine make Vancouver a winter  paradise. It's mild, only a few frosty days, and the  average temperature is 43.G degrees.  Writ* for beautifully Illustrated FREE bookM /������������������>-      ;'.{���������"  W.I,   Tl.ii Burmau wilt gladly mupply Inform*,- /.*.'_-  ��������������������������� lion  on  city  hommm, farm   Itmdw,  or buwlnmww  rtpr>Arf������in/fa������ar.      Cir������������ia/i*   lnt,n(   ag+nt   r*i������nrrHn[*  railway  *<tt������n.  GREATER  VANCOUVER  PUBLICITY   BUREAU  43B Poi-dor Sti**ot W������������t Vancouver, D. C.  |S_j������^^  WB_k_dailBh.___i*___BaaB___M__________a_._.i.._.... .^.J...��������� .      ...    .  ,_    ...m J.   ^-nwwpi^jf^^ jj /'  .-V  THE   REVIEW.   ORESTTON.   B.    0.:  /  s&3-  Hxeellent Stowing Made By   '  Cl^naaa^ PkX    ike   Clue ago  International    Exhibition  The  l*uel situation  -^. j^  Nq    Prospect    Yet   'of    Serious    Coal  Shortage In Canada '  lion.' Charles   Stewart,   minister  of  mines, stated that the_ Dominion fuel  j board had been keeping in close" touch  ! with the domestic fuel situation as af-  1^ ���������-in  ihe  n i    i ���������������_-������������     ������- - ifected b*' the" strike    in    the    United  Remarkable "Gram Transportation j states anthracite field, and has just  completed an intensive survey of the  C.P.R.    Westbound   Train    Passes*.31 j stocks of domestic fuel on hand.      In  Freight   t rains in 378 Miles   *       j thls BUrvey the board has had the full  An    illustration   of-   a    remarkable   co-operation  of the  dealers, .anil  has  j grain movement  now in  progress, on   obtained from them a statement of the  i the Canadian Paei-fir .Railway was fur- ] stocks on hand as well as the stocks  _ While Canada failed  world's whaat prize this year at the  Inter natio_oa*rHay and "Grain Show, the  crown was won by D. P. Yates. Fishtail, Montana, with Marquis wheat, the  seed of which came from the farm of  Seager "Wheeler, _Rosthern:,Saskatche- _  wan,  five times winner of the  inter- J nished    -na.-csenj^-i-'*    ������n   ty,Z im-n^vi-.! \ "\ . ,   , v. __. n -.a   ,y ___, ^ _T , ,_������������������_      .,_ .,,._   ������ls������������iV-"*    passengeis    on  tne  imperial | vrhich havo been delivered to consum-  Liraited westbound one "day recently." ers. As. a result the government is  The run from Fort William to Molson, ^ possession of full information re-  378 miles, was made in schedule ti_uie, j gardin^ .our present sUiiatiosa In'On-  and in that distance and during that \ tarfo &aa Quebec and tlio amount of  time the train passe*, on the double \ fuel tUat still has to be obtained to  track 31 fully loaded eastbound freight f complete our year's requirements.  trains, or a trairT every ,21 minutes, f TheTsiirvey^indicates that a great  Tliese trains,consisted of I.S50 load- ^ many householders have taken advant-  ed freight cars and ii is estimated that" a&e of the ampie warnings of a pos  in addition,io other freight, they carried 2,750,000 bushels of grain.     ' "  national wheat championship. In the  fifteen years that the competition has  been held Canada\has won the^most  coveted honor of tho show no less than  thirteen times. Montana .was the  winner  in 1921. with  Marquis  grown  "from Canadian" seed." , But the -*T)o-  mlnion scored- heavily this year also in  .the winning for hard spring wheat,  carrying off twenty out of a possible  thirty prizes. The highest score won  by a Canadian went to W. 3". "LSrge,* of  I_.useland, Saskatchewan, who was  awarded a "fourth, and Seager Wheeler  came next. - *    y  Montana  also   carried   off  ihe  first  - and second prices for oats in Region  one. Gec-rge Avery,. Kelso, Saskatchewan, was third. Western Canada  took eleven  out    of    the  i  prizes.  Nprtkeirn Wkeat Limit  Has  Been  Forced Back  By Early ^Maturing Seed  Prairie Fisheries  Registered  Seed  Success  Attained   in* Western Canada    --  - t  Has  ueen   ivoicd- By   Eastern  , Fanners * <-  Tlaer success of registered seed grain  .production, which haa lifpn demon-  strated in recent years by local organization of seed growers in the thrce^  ^prairie provinces, is now being noticed  by seed growers In Eastern Canada,"  and recently there came Into being In  Ontario and Ne_" Brunswick two local  'organizations of registered seed grain  growers. These are the Kemptville  Seed -Barley-- Growers'��������� Association,  specializing barley, and the Frederic-  ton District Co-operative Seed Growers' Association, to specialize in Ban-  Increase  in   Value of Catch   For Two  Out of Three Provinces  Increases  in  the value of the. product of the commercial    fisheries,    of  twent\-five two out ������f three prairie provinces of  Canada were recorded In 1924,-accord-  In the Livestock Exposition Canada J ,nS to the Dominion bureau of statis-  has made notable victories, the out- !UcB*' the Eran<- .tota] caching <*2,054.-  standing being the grand champion-!162- Manitoba accounted for $1,232,-  ship for Shorthorn bulls going to "King *6-3., Saskatchewan. $-182,492. and Al -  of the Fairies" from the ranch of,berta $339,107. Alberla showedji de  H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, at pek-,crease of ?99,6S0. Whitefish account-  isko. Alberta, which also was award- ed r������1' 42 Per c���������1- oi *1*- total'value  ed the grand championship afc-tbis and Pickerel for 2S per cent,  year's Royal Winter Fair In Toronto.  Another  signal  victory  in   the  Short- Will   See  Cathedral   32  Miles  horn classes went to T. A. Russell, The University of Pennsylvania's  Toronto, for "Waterloo Princess," a 52-storey cathedral of learning, a  breeding Shorthorn,v who was award- ' structure of-glistening limestone 6S0  ed a* first prize. | feet-- above    the    Oakland district of  As in other years at 1he Iniernalion- \ Pittsburgh, will be visible to the hak-  al Show, Canada has again this S-ear e<i-eye for a distance of about 32 miles  swept the 'boards for sheep, Jamjjs in all directions!" The cathedral will  SnelT, Clinton. Ontario,*winning most'house practically all the activities of  of the honors, taking a grand .and re-, the university  championship    for  - Canada's Trade  Increases  sible shortage of anthracite by laying  in~a winter's supply early in the sea-  _soii7 It-indicates also that importa-j.tf-e*- and Victory oats;  tions of the British anthracite have  "been heavier tha'n ever before and that  coke .is being^very widely used as It  substitute for American anthracite.  Most dealers are carrying various  grades of jjized and screened bituminous coal suitable- for-domestic use.  "While there is at present no pros-  Notable "increase   Is  Shown  In Trade  Returns For Seven Months Ended  . October ' '" -*-  Canada's total trade increased ?1J>7,-  000.000 during the seven months -end-  pect of a -serloue shortage of-, coal, the j ea_ October, according to government  minister stated, yet as an insurance j returns, this increase being In com-  against the possibility of the anlhra-j parison to the figures for the corres-  cite strike extending to the bituminous ��������� ponding seven months of the previous  fields   consumers  should  not hesitate fiSCal y^ar.      The "grand total of Can  to   purchase   supplies   of   any   substitutes  that may "be secured.      At tho  serve  Colonel  Lcicesters.'!'  steps are being taken to arrange with  the railways for the rapid movement,  if necessary, of coal from Alberta and  the Maritii_*e Provinces into the provinces of Ontario and Quebec.  ada's trade  for the seven months of  3������25 is $1,255,909,438 and life increase  same time, as    a    further    insurance, Ss accountable to $129,000,000 in export  ii-ade and ?68,000,000 in--import trade.  Mr. Blank, In characterizing a former employee who is now a rival and  competitor, said; "Why,.he's a sharper, a tliief and a liar. an$ I taught him  all he knows." "   * '        "     '  Record For Corn Production  An 'Ohio farmer again has- broken  the world's record in corn production,  Ira Marshall,-of Dola, this year produced -1,60G.l,,bushels of coin on 10  acres, or -25.7 bushels an aero above  the world's record established in  1922 by W. II. "Gilmbi"ivo������ J-aicking  County. , .- , "*-������������������-r  ****���������  Robert  McEhven,   of  I.-on*.Io*ic  :- -' *  Ontario, was awarded the grand championship on a carload of shacp, tht.  fourth time he has scored a similar  victory at the International. Colonel  McEwen has won more grand- championships' oa-sheep "tlian ,any other  sheep breeder~in Nopth Amplest"? F.  13. C-laspell, of Hampton, Ontario, tool": .  a grand and reserve championship for  Cotswold wethers and a number of  <jther firsts.  The Manitoba Cartage and Warehouse "Company, of Winnipeg, carried,  off first on "Bradwell" in the draft  gelding clas&i and "PratrLe," owned by  the'same company, won'ajsccond in  the two-year-old division of dralt gelding'-.  The University of Saskatchewan won  the grand and senior championships  and first prize with "Groonmcadow  Footstep," . three-yeaf-bld " Clydesdale  stallion'", also the first and junior championship with "Bonnie* Craigie," two-  year-old Clydesdale. The Saskatchewan University also won first In ..colt  foals, with*-/* Bon nit* CrolglacHie,". an&i  second iu yearlings with-"'-Bonnie'Flta*  hugh." James. _>uggsvn, of Conclie,  Saslcatchewan, won first and "reserved  championship with "Parkdale Fyvie."  The winnings, of the Saskatchewan  horses Include"jsom%of ilie most covet-,  ed victories irf America. -> ���������  YOUNG SWINE RAISERS AT TORONTO SHOW  At tho tornilnaktion'.oCthb' Canadian  Holland Wants Horse Meat  Surplus Alberta Equlnee May Be Ufied  For This  Purpose  The Alberto, minister of agriculture  has received a lwiueRt from Hib mln-(National  Railways  Ihucbn  iTog  Com  later of agriculture, Ar.il*-vv<*Tp, ITolland,  for a sample flhlpment"of 2,000 pounds  hofKO motut. -Thiols a rttnult of several mon tits' offoi;tsr, on ihn part pf tlm  minister of aKrlcuHuv^ tb ostalillHli n  mai'ltet hi Europe for HfirpliiH Alberta  liorses.      It  Is* fxpectod  that1 if  this  The first effect of the disco*; eries of  Garnet and other earls" maturing  wheats, became .apparent when tho  federals-department of agriculture ������fli-  cially announced that ihe teorthern  limit of agriculture in Western "Canada  had been forced back from 60 to 75  miles and si vast new empire opened  up for production purposes. The announcement was not issued until tho  final reports had been received from  the nortisiand, where seed plots were  cleared l&st spring and where Garnet  wheat was planted. " Although the "~"  seed reached these plots much later  than usual, in every ease it ripened  and was harvested before the frost  came.  The full effect of this discovery can.  scarcely be imagined. A territory  extending from east of The Pas ou Tho  Hudson Bay Railway to the Peace River* district, and between 60 -and 70  miles in breadth, now becomes good  mixed farming country.  Hon...W. R. Motherwell., minister of  agriculture,, who issired the statement,  declared that he was delighted with  thetwork that has been done.  -His statement follows: "Muring, the  past season the federal departsnc_������ c-f  agriculture has tried out the possibilities of growing different varieties e=f  cereals, root crops and vegetables at  Mile 1S5 and Milo 337 (north, of Tho  Pas) on tho Hudson Bay Railroad on  small plots of cleared land situated at  those points.  "The seeds were not received early  enough to sow "before "May 25 at Mile  185. and May 23 at Mile 137, but the  long days with the long sunshine and  short    nights    of    the north causes a  quick , growth,    and with many .varieties, astonishingly  good  results "were  indicated    when    theso    points    were  vis-iied hy an officer'of the experimental farms branch about September IS  last.       Ho   -cported   1hat   the   season  had be cxi-very favorable in the nortti,  so  far as  sunshine  and  rainiall Wt-i-e  concerned.    All the varieties of wheat,  oats and ba-?"tey had    done - well,    although, at Mile 1ST.'a somewhat* better-  showing was made than, at MIIev185-  "The early varieties or each crop of  these ' cereals had^ already bten harvested without damage^ by frost- or  otherwise, while tlie latter were practically ready-to harvest at the time of -  his visit, September -IS. Vegetables  also made a good showing, peas doing especially well. ' Roots were still  somewhat small, but it was expected  that they, together with alfjtlio other  vegetables, would Improve considerably during the few weeks following.  It is expected that the final report of  yields, otc.^ of,._th<i differcTrt^varieUc-s  will be available for publication very  shortly. Sufficient, however, has al-*  ready brrn illustrated, even with lhe  comparatively laic sowing of last  .spring, to further " demons!rate- ihe  possibilities of our pn.Itie uorllilaiad  rrom The Tas to th.- Peace Riv<r In  the growing of wheat and other  cereal s^ made, possible by-the' develop- ���������  ment of such early varieties of wheat  as Ruby,. Garnet, Reward, etc.  "A new Uomeirtead area would 'scorn  inevitable  throughout this vast  additional    semi-wooded   area,    Willi    Its  safoty-ftrst, mixed funning opportunities."   " '  petition, open to.inwiboi'a of hoys" and  girls* clubs, which wnH ono fonturo of  the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair nt.  ToroMto^.Archie Campbell ami Cliostor  Brown, of Komolca, Ontario, \serti adjudged tht) wlnnf r������ and thus tlit?lr plub.  'la   entitled- to'   3mkl   this "W. V. ilobb'  shipment J a found salltjractory, u con-; Challenge ���������< Cup  for  a year. /Second  Hidevable  ihtviicet 'will   ho  opened'mp. j plaee  In  this  contest  went  to  jyottie  Tha price, quo led l:i ���������c a pound-, f.o.b I Austen, flkyo CSIfin, and Appl-s Canif-r-*"  Antwerp. ��������� {on, Mubou, repi'i-'senllng Nova Scotia.  ,  -   ��������� JThe Judges unuoune-Hl that tho margin  Hu.-nbla'i Herring  Gettlno   Expenuiva  The .   huimhln     herring,    lM-retoforn  -.vlrlhhrthi-- ro.nlm nf tlie wnai! i-nlarie-d  funetLonnry and little bourgnoln, Is- going rtio way of oiliDi* commodlilcH j������  Ui������ tipwui'd'tri-int of piiliifij',      Beffii'ti  ������epai*atiiig tlm'two teams* weib tuvery  {���������cant.ono. Sas3uil.ehewun took third  plaee, flu-i rM'TireK^n������iitllve������i of .hut province being Allan Lunch, and Havld  Fullu-r, of Wine ton, this pair maldrig. u  jw)*I favornlde impi'f.iHs-lon In th.o/lrio,-  tlio-var nearly 100 imunds of hen-Ini.   *u,;<*' <l������mor.stniilon.-w^leh rofinoil thn  eouhl be liouKhi with tlvo rTrnn'ofl.    ' At j ���������"������������������ **������������������* 1,-irt of. rho cnnipuMIIon.  'pro-j-iiit  tliU .sum  will  ���������khrvhuk.o only'    Fourth phieo went. 1t.  Alberta. C1U-  Jljltllu  uVtel'  UVO   pOlludH.  Ii Wi... ia. ww^ww*a.ii.iaiw ���������im. ain..a������i^i.i.ii.������aii nn nuai.i  W.    N.     U.      KH'7 JM���������������.*������.       VV">U3i-  Jh n h\*Mht,i   U������ ������<������ii������i m$i  ! Corn* IaynBt anct'J-mmpji Wyllle. oi: Vcigro-  . jfllli% fonnlng the teiim from that prov-  tlio yQjjtlis'from that proyiheo which|  won tho trophy ln������t your. Two boys  from Prince Edward Island, Harold  Smith and Edmund Robertson? -of  I-ownul, wore next. , Then came.-tho  Manitoba team, Ituby Finkbcincr ami  lWrl'Hodijaou, of Docker. Two glrla  from New BrutiHwlck followed, Alice  diul Lily Biivis, of Port Elgin, and  then tho . roprc-scntatlves of Quoboci  Hiy"l'arni>ll and T, A. "Woodward, of  Lennoxvlllo.  Following the decision of tho  Judgofl, Dr. Y\\ J. Black, director of  tho Department of -Coloril-wtlorf, Agrl-  cultml- and Natural llosourcwe, Uana-  dlnni Mntlorui.1 Tlntlwny������, thn orgi(nl"-it.  tion rei-ponalbln for. this special competition, offered eongratulationa to tho  young m<on and (he young; women who  hn<l coiiio to Tororvto for tUIti event;  Di*. Black fctreHSod tho h������cpB*iity tor  coiicfojitnttlon nnd ai)t:ciali-*a*iion and  rominded 11 tn - hcarora-that .the future  bujccchs of thiv mlhva^i'dopohds upon  aifiiculluro,   Llml   iho   HUccujir-  ol   aiiui-  rnilturo largely depends upon llvo-  stock and that tho branch of that hitter industry which promises, tho most  piofltahlo return is the bacon hog.  Mr. W, B. Ilobb, vlco-president, Csui-  adlun  Nutlonnl Hallways,  In  pro^erit-  Alberta Coal In Demand  Now Beinig Shipped Ae Far East As  Cbapleau, Ont.  Charles Murphy; general mamiR^r  of the Canadian "Paclnc Kailwaj.*', western lines, stated that"!ttitle oi: no coal  was going into Manitoba from tho  south, nearly all the domestic fuel ho-  ing supplied by A5berl������.      Ninety per  Ing the trophy to tho Ontario hoys, e.v j  preaaod- his personal - appreciation of cent, of the coal in WlpnlpeE, ho aleit  tho #pk.ndld work done by oveiT-toam'eilr *������������������������ iro��������� Alberta, and the. Al-  prosciit, It being evident, ho Knld, Ouit! >������������-rta product was going as mr wist hk  each'individual liad worked earnestly Ch a pleau in Ontario. 3.5 ni.Ile������ ������m stand' faithfully in order to irln the pro- \������������ Fort William. **I think there ia no  vlnoiul eontost and with it the right | uueatlon Of the market being aualutnInto travel to Toronto. Each individual ** ������ *������������* a^lliy voal Ls ������lil||.p.^," h������  rccolvcd a gold medal an a nonvcnlr of remarked,  tlvo ocndiilon and Mi*. Ilobb conBratu-  lnted on'-h per*.onaHy for their effOrt������#  Photograph nhows:  Back row, Clifford Lynn and  Jusmifl Wy"li*>, Vegrc-  villo, Alta.; Allan IjescIi   Ivnd'  David  Fulkor, "Wisolon,  SuhIc.      Front rowv  ���������1-oarl Hodg.-jon,  Decker, Man.;  \V. K.  Watson,  Agi-lcultural   Agcntr   C.N.IL;  13. M, Johnson. "Woe tern Man ago v. Agricultural   Dept..   C.N.K.;   Kub.v   FinU-  bi-iiuer, J decker, "viau.  Sc*"*tfi FutI-8a*/������**������* Sc'ifwe  A c*.*ntttry ago thn British I'lirlla-  ment hauctioned tlvin conBtnictlon oC  the UunUtimd ' -Railway, in Scotland.  Hk motlvo power wa* tho wind, imd  umhrellaa*. were bclst-sd to catr.li if  and &*ml the trains along. The wind  ymH iiaot always Iu tlie right direction,  and In thca-e ctr������*umBlanc*-** the iriiiui  woa pu-it-* it.  ilMBajWItlMfallillwiU, All those  interested   on  above. subject, and  members  of   Creston  Valley- Stockbreeders*  Association are cordially invited to attend a  meeting to beld in CRESTON, on  February 22,1  when  T-  8 E  ps MagKenzie, Gemmissiflner of Grazing  will be present.  See GEO.NICKEL, Secretary o-f Association,  for time and place of meeting.  T*ypbwriteb. Fob Salts���������No. 10  Remington, in goocJ shape, .$35. F. C.  Rodgers,'Oreston. ._.  Fob. Sa_e���������Flooring and Drop Sid  ing at reduced pi ices.   Also a quantity  of No. 2 boards and shiplap. Wynndel  Boat & Lumber Co., Ltd., Wynndel.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, FEB. 21  STRDAB  7.80 p. m.  ORESTON  Sand II a.m  Kelson Asssssment District  Local and Personal  The   Valley    waa favored   with    a  streak of cooler -weather at tbe first of  tbe week, the mercury getting down  as .ow as 12 above   zero   one   or   two ���������  mornings.  During Lent Rev. S. Newby announces be will deliver a series of addresses  o" the> titles of onr Lord, his Sunday  morning subject being,. "The Good  Shepherd.'*      -  The Presbyterian Ladies* Aid had a  very successful tea with sale of ������wM>k���������  ing and needlework- on Saturday at  Mrs. Henderson's at wliich the- cash  intake was about $40.  Foil -Sa_Jb~23   choice    White Leg  horn yearlings, same blood   line as m*p  Dominion   It-jiders   ":*     l"LO=P=    Price  $30. - High production   cockerel   with  this pen.    D. Bradley, Oreston.  Fob SAUB���������Frnit ranch, vl-l acres,-  700 fruit trees, t-trH-wberries, etc. Good  house, and h!1 necfssuj"*- hssildi!!'*}**  No ' reasonable y offer refused. - M.  Churchill (Alice Siding), Greston.  _. Due" to ' Miss McKelvey of the  Review composing room stuff being  amongst the. many' who ore laid up  with' the prevHilinfl cold, this issue is  gotten out under difficulties -ind will  account for nny shortage in. the UBitai  news content.  EASTER CARDS.        EASTER EGGrS  . <   ' EASTER  NOVELTIES  %mu 'wm  _T(flii>.4  New Riunic and   the"  Victor Records at   Oreston  Bookstore.  Drug  ,3I  NEW LEDGERS, DAY BOOKS, JOURNALS  at NEW LOW PRICES  i CRESTON DRUG &BOOK STORE *  GEO. BL KELLY  *������* ^&t ~-j& ^w^- ^s^ ^zn ^sn>  - Lent started on Wednesday, and  Easter will come very early this <year  ���������April 4th.  Leghorn  $2 each.  of   traps.  sale   5850.  NOTICE  IS   HEREBY  that a  GIVEN  Genii of Revision ifid  under the provision* of the -'Taxation Act" and the "Public Schools  Act!* in respect to the Asse&Broent.  Rolls for -the year 11926 for the  Nelson Assessment District, will be  held at the Court House,. Nelson,  B.C., on Friday, the 28th day of  February, 1026, at 10 o'clock in ������he  forenoon -  Dated at Nelson, B.C., this   4th  day of February, 1925.  .JAMES O'SHEA.  Judge of the Court nf Revision  and Appeal.  Kelson Assessment district  NOTICE IS HERfiBY GIVEN,  in nccordonce with the Statutes,  that all assessed taxes assessed, and  levied under the "Taxation Act"  and "-Public Schools Act** are due  and payable ou February lolh, 1028.  All taxes collectable for the Nelson  Assessment- District are due and  payable at my office, Government  Boildinga, Nelson, B.C  This notice, in terms of law, i������  equivalent to a personal demand by  me upon all perkona liable for taxe*.  Bated at Nelaon, B.C., this- 3rd  day of February, 1926.  H, R. TOWNSEND.  Collector,  Nelfeon AsoeBament District.  For   Sai-e���������Four    White  cockerels, Hollywood strain,  A. Kleist, Creston.  FPR Sai_b���������Set of drams  cost $125 new; for quick  Alex. Lidgate, Creston.  Wantbd���������O verh ead irri gation pipes  find fittings. Also good work horse.  C. R. Higgens. Boswell, B.C.  Creston. Women's Institute is to  put on a tag day shortly in Hid of the  W.I. Hospital Association for Crippled  Children.  Mrs. C. Moore, who hass been on a  vtst to her mother ahd other friends at  Kaslo the past month, returned.,on  Monday.  x Rev, X -Herdman.' left on Monday  fov-Ntilsprrlf-tjitterid^the spring session  of the Kqotenay-^Bo.uodHry presbytery  of the TThited   Chdrch_j  -   "���������*        X r     1 . _   - -   -   -  AtrTo" Fob Sai_E~-1022' Model"Ford  touring car, in good running...order.  No reasonable oifeu.. will be .refused.  John Garfield. Creston.  Due a shrtrtage of helpyin the typesetting department-.-an-- exceptionally  tine budget of Kitchener news has to  be held over; till next week.  Dr.Lillie was a Cranbrook. visitor  for the-boys work conference-at ,the  end of the week, leaving^on Fiiday  and .getting back on Sunday���������. ''  B&LvteQV'ovb&A.TX���������Twn bull calves;  one purebred Jersey from'high record  stock* other "a purebred Ayrshire-  Jeasey^-.A. Comfort, Creston..  Don't forget thtr oldtime bean'suppei*  in,Trinity United Church basement  Friday Evening, Feb. 20th, under the  ausices of Trinity Ladle--*'Aid.  Ha-?   Fob   Sax.b���������Alfalfa  hay,, in  good  corid tion,  price $16  per ton at  barn.    Apply John Bird, Land Settle  ment Board, Camp Lister, B.C.  NtmflBinr Stock���������Our frpit trees  are better than ever. Send for price  list. You will be ph-aned. Empire.  arden N uitierieH, Oloverrtale, B.C.  Rev.XDr, Douglas of Vancouver,  who is in charge of work for the B.C.  Presbyterian Church made  an  official  visit to Ctcf-ton at the end of the wei"k<  School Supplies  j$  f  a  X have received 500 Ruled  Scribblers and   Exercise  Books which   I  will   sell  at 6  for  25c.  PENCILS, 3  for 10c.  a  opQiuCon&n VisT. i  Pa  TViiit.y  5 for  5c,  \w .      Wwf m Im vwwr "25 "tj ������������������"  CRESTON,  The annual meeting of  Creston Valley Stockbreeders  Association will in SPEERS'  HALL, on  Mon. Feb. 22  BwHwBDBH       0   *y*fp^Q       __2a_sCE3Si  at 2 p.m.  BUSINESS; Annual Reports and Election of Directors.  By order of the Grazing  | Commissioner, who will be in  attendance.  GEO. NICKEL,  Manufactured by the most reliable makers in Canada.  AGENTS FOR  Jaeger3, Feiimao*s, Watson's and- Sfanfield's  Alt Wool IJiiderifvear.  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