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 mm  X  ^"  V 1  A  TET&  JBL.^B������������ i m. !<������������������  Vol. XVIII.  N.  ORESTONfB.O.,r7E^IDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1926  ���������a ._, V- 1    .L " _*Wj> "I ������ **'-���������_.  No. 32  M������$&������s������gz������������*  Col. Fred Lister,.M.P.P., with Jas;,  Duncan, all of Camp,. Lister, were  na otor-Visltors here on Monday.     v""  Mrs. T. Lytle of Creston is here oh  a visit with ties; daughters Mrs. Dan  McDonlad. for a few days,  Messrs. Bert Sly, S. Fernside and  Alex. "Derby of Cranbrook were business visitors here by "auto on "Wednesday last*  - C. O. "Rodgers of jCreston was also  a business visitor Here on Wednesday  last;    . , *   ' ��������� '  .      .  Miss-Evelyn Hurry of .Creston, is a  visitor   for  a few days th*^ guest, bf  Miss   Mary Ha|������tonstall   of   the   Mc-  Connell Hotel staff.. ���������_   -  / - - *-A*  C. Rykert and Mr. and Mrs* Chas,  Davis /of the customs- office,  Porthili,.  wer&Toiotor visitors here on Tuesday.  C. Senesael, who works in Lumber-  ton, was here for a visit on-Tuesday  last, combining pleasure with the biisi-  of voting.  F. H. Pym of Cranbrook and Roy  Burch of Yahk were business callers  on Wednesday, and R. and M. Ross of  Trail paid Kitchener a business call on  Thursday. .-  .f  Frita Molander who has heen away  from Kitchener for the past three,  months, returned on Friday.  Geo. Reinwald .of Creston. was a  business-visitor here last wgek, making the needed repairs" to the^ Kitchen,  er Hotel, following the collission it  had with the runaway truck, a few  day-s ago. '       __      _  Miss Esther Nelson .with her mother  on Saturday night for -the picture  show, "Little Annie Roaney."  . Misses Mildred Andeen and Clara  Hunt, who are attending high school  at Oreston, jpent theweekend at their  homes in Kitchener,,*  Wm. - Strong and Stanley Quaife,  who have been on the prairie for the  past" few. weeks, arrived home on Tuesday last.        ~      x ,.  -* * "���������* ' /*  A dance -vill be be!*! in Hunt's Hall.  Saturday evening,, 25th, with "Mrs*  Lister's orchestra supplying the music.  Come one and all, and have a good  time.- -- - '      '  C. Lindbloom is the first to bring in.  a deer. _ He got a fine buck the opening week of the season, and hunting is  reported good in these parts.  Kitchener* Hotel corner, \ybere the  runaway trucks crashed into it about  -three weeks ago, is repaired, and looks  as gocd as evsr*.    '      " *  - A new .Waterbury heating system  haa just been installed in Kitchener  school.-  _- Gordon Spiers off Creston has just  arrived tb joih the staff of the Sash &  Door Company* Clifford Fennessey"  and P. McDonald,'-who b"*ve been  working for this firm; left for their  homes in Cranbrook on'Wednesday.  FaS! Exhibition  s Thursday  AM������m Siding  j-  Miss Alice Carr of Fernie,  f*-bo has  been here with her parents for a two  weeks vacation, returned at the end  bf the week. --'-'*"  Dub to the continued 'wot weather  Dr. "Wells of Duncan, who-.is here to  _   - _       harvest the fruit crop on "his ranch, is  were calling on  Cranbrook friends a ^aUng a rno^ extended stay  than  couple of days lust week*  E, W. Thomas-  acting .manager "-of  the Bank of Commerce,  ptestUfa^ivka^  a: busmesslvisi'tdr-iiere on Friday;A > -���������  A. LePage and, Donald Young" are.  through with assessment work for C  P. Hill on the Iron range and "they  reported 15 inches of show at the  Twelve Mile cabin. '  H. McLaren-, provincial police, Creston, made an official call on Friday.   .  Miss Olga , Nelson   left   on   Friday  . 'where she commenced her studies in  Cr*y**brbok high school ou Monday.  Dr. Henderson of Creston was here  one day last week making a professional call on E. McGonegal of the  McConnell Hotel.  Joe Langlois, who has been working  in the  Nelson district -for sometime,  ���������returned to   his  home at  Kitchener  last week.  ^ Mrs. Walter Walby made a business  Trip to Creston on Saturday. - Miss  ***Marguerite Crawford, teacher in Div-  iniop 2 of Kitchener school* was at her  home at Creston for the weekend.   '"-:."  "Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and  children, Lois, Selmer and .Myrtle,with  Claud Simpson, were Creston visitors  this  intended, but hopes to get -away  .week*  " -"       '-"���������'     ' - "'      " *    - '  __T Re������������d������n������s *sv-ftb?i&er*he;;ftost-t tatr-the  Smith ^rossingy-t^v������ - circulated" a  petition, asking ;wad-foreriirtn Davies  to give the highway a little scraper  attention and.a few loads of gravel to  pub it in  good Shape for hauling*  "** a* V     ���������  , With the public school reopened  rthe attendance at the community  Sunday school -is pic-king up,  the "turnout on the 10th being the  largest of the season. Principal Moore  of the Alice Siding school is lending a  hand with the school conduct.  The hard surface road from che Constable end is having some needed  attention, with "the rock crusher at  wprk getting out repair material, and  after this is rolled ln.it is proposed to  give the road through to Co'mpton's  ranch a coat of hi avy oil.  An event of interest to Alice-Siding  people is announced for Monday, September 27th, at Cranbrook, when Miss  -Marie Vaness is to be married to  Al bert G. Cox of that town. The  yoting couple will make their home on  the Vaness ranch, which they-have  leased for a term of years. ���������."���������-'  When $0 Fair  Meet your friends, have a  'visit'-���������-and Refreshments at  ". Trinity Church  Ladies' Aid   Booth  TWO DAYS  Sept. 30th-Mist  SERVING  Hot Dogs  Sandwiches  .Light Refreshment������  Tea - Coffee  * Home Made Candyv  '" ...  i  Roora for all!  I j-   .-.���������    a���������   *..    ������.      rt���������������*'     h^.    ^.^r        *���������_. V    *)     ���������_> ,_���������__������ Jttt.mm \mjf V**' *m*M J^ -Homi  "V-      *      '*"^I mf -* _. ���������������  At a directors"- meeting on Wed*  nesday migbjt final arrangements  -were made for handling Creston's  19*2fr fall fajj^iwhieh runs Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of next  weak*'" ,_. 'y\%~ -'-,*���������  ,  .. ��������� ____.*���������* "* .  . Entries-wiif. be received by th&  secretary upi^ill Tuesday night and  all-' osbibits,S :except poultry aud  livestock, muit- be placed in the  main buildinglby noon on Wednesday, as judging will commenee at  1 p.m: "   ; rj\ *  The opening will b^ at 2 o'clock  Thursday,' at;,which time the main  building? wjl! be thrown opeiv to the  general publi-siat the usual admission of ���������50 anid 25 cents, and will  remain open tisitil 6 p.m. on Friday*  after which Hour exhibits can be  remoyeds-"*-' ���������;>* .    ,  Tbe prize list is a most attractive  one arid ^bonld bring out a, -big  display, particularly in the main  building. For both afternoons the  amusements committee is arranging a lin.. *of" attractions-to-enter-  __/ a- *-  tain the crowd* and all th������_chureh  ladies'^ organizations -will* have  refreshment .booths. . /  y On Thursday and 'Wridivy. evenings the-Grand theatre is showing  Harold Lloyd's best comedy, /The  Freshman," and on- Friday- night,  October Istj tftere will be the usual  fair night ?���������fencer Jn- the Grand  Theatre  marked success, his work amongst the  young people being particularly appreciated. There;is no definite announce  ment as to. who will succeed htm,, but  It is likely to be a couple of weeks at  least before he is replaced as both  students and ordained men a*e scarce."  >- An event of intrest to many Crahbrook and Kimberiey people took  place at the St. Mary's Church, when  Mr. P. Holland and Miss Jennie Yerbury, both of Kimbetley, were united  in tbe bonds of .matrimony. The  happy couple were attended by Miss  Annie Yerburp, sister of the bride,  while. Mr.- Muddyman -was there as  next best man. Following the ceremony, the newly weds left on the  noon train for Spokane and other  points, where, a short honeynoon  will be spent, after which'they will  return to Kimberiey to take up their  residence.���������Cranbrook Herald.  W&mnglGl  Gamy on Oity  r- Mr, and Mrs. John PorterfTeld of  Spokane were visitors here at the end  of the week, quests of the latter's  father, Eric Olsen.  Mr. and Mrs. Guy Browell motored  in on Tbursyay from Nelson for a  threes-day "stay -with the "latter's.  mother,  Mrs. Hickey.  The' second and last car of wood  pipe for th-* extension to C&nyon  Water Users* Irrigation system arrived IuBt week. It is the six inch sort  and will be put in at once."  Mr. and Mrs. E. Langston and children of*Kimberiey are here at present  with Mrs. Langston's parents, Mr.  and Mrs. Halstead. "Mr. Langston is.  leaving in a few days to spend  the winter, in- Vancouver, but his  wife and family will"remaiu with her  parents.  "Ei.ITri, manager of this Ca-Operative  Fruit Growers, was a businees visitor  at Cranbrook and Kimberiey- the latter part of the week. -  "Wynndel had an unusually large  delegation ���������* at <3reston on Saturday  night for the picture show, and all  were .pleased with the feature comedy  '-Annie Rooney," with Mary Pickford  starring.  The government bridge crew has  done a good job at repairing the  bridges between here and Creston  during the month.. -~~~  - Alex. Cameron "was a visitor with  Nelson frienda a coupLeof days at the  end of the week.   *  .Rev. Dr. Daly had a fair turnout for  the Presbyterian service in the old  schoolhouse on Sunday afternoon.  Not iu several years have the strawberry plants in. this district gone in to  winter in such healthy shape, and a  letup to the rain would be welcomed���������  *to permit apple picking to be finished.  - -Lovers of elocutionary and oausical  entertainment are assured a rare evening's pleasure on Wednesday, 29th, at  the United Church, when Miss Siegel  will present the dramatic offering,  ���������*The Fortune Hunter.*** Between the  scenes -there will be vocal numbers.  Ihe admission is 50 and 25 cents.  Leofiam.Olsenylefti^r fe^*T &&jj^agj& :!'i"''8[ii-ss-j^ tx*k:  Women's Institute'  Rev. S������ Newby will be here Sunday  for Church of England service 3 p.m*  All worry about, -a. water supply  has beeiuremoved by the copious rains  tbis month. Never in Lister's history  have the well aud creeks been- so full  at this sea-son of tbe year.  Word from Cranbrook hospital is bo  the effect' tbat John Bird* came  through his hppeudicitis operation in fine shape, and is making a  a very satisfactory recovery. __  Ernest Langston, who has been  working at Kimberiey for the past  two or three years, was here at Jbhe  first of the week making an inspection  hie place. He and Mrs, Langston are  on a visit to the latter's parents at  Cf nyon at^present, y   7  Pastor-' F. Harback' took his final  service here on Sunday afternoon, and  left on Monday to resume his studies  at college at Edmonton* , During tlie  year he has been in charge of United  Church  work j>e.' has . labored   with  The September meeting .of Oreston  and District Wotnc-nV Institute "was  held on Friday afternoon. In the  absence of the president, Mrs. R.  Stevens, Mrs,"R. B. St*ipl<*s presided.  The ladtea decided tc> Iiav������* a tag day  to help the Children's Aid Society of  Vancouver on one of the days of the  1020 TTJill fair. A committee was  appointed tov l-tok after all detail--*  The suggestion that the provincial  and district conference should be held  alternate years was put fforwakd, in  which case the government would  finance both of tbcm aud reloieve. tlie  local Inst! tutes of this expanse. There  ���������ivas also an amendment to thoregula-  tlonn yduhniittcdV "That no woman"  attend the mectfu|? of conforencp ns  oflflcial delt-giito for more than two  consecutive years." The resolution  will bo vot*������d on by the membership  at the "Ortob'-r rri-j-ttlt-ig. , A li-ili=f  from Mrs. DavfdHon, Dominion Red  Oroau orgniiiKor, also stands over till  next meeting. Sending an exhibit of  pot-ttoet* to tho Provincial Pot������to  Show tr������ ho held _ in Victoria in No-  vembor wns dSscusibed but a final  deck-ion vvill bo mjido noxt meeting*  The tea boateaBOH were Mrs. Murr<>ll,  mv**. i-iitu-iicii tnui Mrs. Itillie,  ^6r-Kimberiey; where he. Jias Ituid^d a  job, airtd wili-be remaining-ter, the next  few^mon'ihe.^**'. --   - ZZ    ' ���������  - Mrs.-Wearmouth got back on-Sat������.  Ufdayyfrom Fernie after a   short visit  with her daughter, Mrs* Waldie*    She  is   accompanied '   by   Mr.    and    Mrs.  Waldie and family, who .will spend-a  two weeks* holiday here.  Canyon is looking* forward with  pleasure for the. visit of Miss Siegel*  dramatic reader, who will "present  ���������The Fortuue Hunter" in the Uuited  Church on Tuesday night, at popular  prices of admission. Mnsical numbers  will be provided by Miss Severn and  W. Truscott. ���������   -        -  Rev. J., Herdman of Creston ia due  to take tho service in the United  Church on Sunday evening,* and it is  hoped a successor to Mr. Harback will  be along in October.  .Paster Harback was greeted, with a  large turnout for his final -service on  Sunday night, when ah address appropriate to the occasion was given a od  at the_close all had'the opportunity to  -wish liim good by and good luck, us he  left on Monday for hie home at Vulcan, His work with the youug people  has been a feature of his jnlnletry and  all are hoping his successor will be  similarly talented. "     ~*  The anniversary service of Wynndel  Unfted Church was ^faeld on Sunday,  September 10th. A large congregation  enjoyed  the musical features, which  were    supplied    by   Trinity   Churdh  choir, Creston.   Misses Violet Morrow  and .Edith Cook  sang a duett and W.  J.' Trusfcott was soloist.   The subject ..  of, the sermon .was '"Kingdom Builders." yOn Monday night tbe^congresa--  *tlon -and,irsendi-f- wesre^g^e-Jite of tbe  celeBratey the first* birQiday of the'  church.*- ISie huiidihg was crowded  with merrymakers. "Mr. Herdman  was ably assisted^ by W. Truscott, to  whom "much credit Is due for the  happy evening. G. Taylor read the  financial report of the church which  showed that the building erected one  year ago cost nearly $1100 and now  has a debt of bnt $25. The minister  gave an encouraging report of the  spiritual work done by the Sunday  school teachers and workers, and Mr.  Cameron also spoke in cheerful strain  of the good work of the church.  Under the auspices of Greston  and Distriot Women's Institute t  ���������     -. ���������   ; .   *   ���������       _':������������������- X  ���������'���������   ...X.' ���������;.'/'    '  In aid of Children's  Aid "Society Home  Vancouver  will be held  i-hjlf������ ��������� -^%Dilii '������������������Eli  11 III I di) Cpppii vU  Second Day of the Fair ^  The worthiest cause you have  had  opportunity to assist.  Da tit* gmit-iou������ i%h yvu miu.  " The Lion and the Mouse*9  The story of "The Lion and the  Mouse," which Miss Theresa M.  Siegel presents at Trinity United Church oh Monday night,������������������ts one of absorbing Interest, The central figure, John  Biukott Ryder, is one of great strength. Because of the honest decision off  Judge Hossmore, which was adverse  to his money interests, the -"Money  ���������K.iug" aUauks the honor, of (the Juafc  judge, ruins him financially and uses  his influence^ to have him lomnved In  dlBgraco from the national senate.  Judga Ro&atuor&~*a daugbt&r to tmw  her father's lifo and honor, determines  to fight single-handed* one thousuud  million dorart-i.  The tfuvaal cht.rti.cUiv play, is by  Charles Klein, and Miss Slegel's pre  sentntion off It haa won for her many  glowing newspaper commenta. Her  powers off memory, - ber ability to  change hor voice to suit a dozen different characters, ber mastery of tho  art of impersonation, combine to  make her production of tlits plow a  delight to her heaverou  Dramatic Recitals!  MISS  Theresa M. Siege!  Western Canada's Outstanding Play-Reader and Entertainer wiib recite Charles  Klein's great character play  "The Lion and the Mouse"  in  srirtzty Chttrch, Creston.  Monday, Sept* 27th  nt EIGHT p.m.  * *��������� . .  MISS SIEGEL. presents  "^ M Swisr"  inthb  ��������� Untied Chtirch, ��������� Cc.nyon  Tuesday, Sept. 28  '*:'  at-KIGHTp.nl.  And In tho  United Church, Wynndel  vw edxisd y9 Sept* 29  ut EIGHT p.m.  ADMISSION BVBIIYWHBRB  \ Adnata 6iec.     Children zzsc.  -v THE   K&VIEW,   CRESTON,   B.   a  Radio In Canada  77.  %^$lm?& U vxXha  zg^^^WmW     ������% iPtfite time?  Have a tLobby  Among the many excellent features of that splendid organization, the  Boy Scouts...is the encouragement and development oi" hobbies. It was recognized by lhe founder-of the Boy Scouts that boys of a certain age invariably  group together for their activities; ���������-whether in play or -work; that the "gang"  stiiit prevails. And almost without exception these boys individually*-have  sou-.e hobby which to them is of absorbing interest and arouses tlieir enthusiasm,"although to others-it may appear quite, unimportant, even futile^  It is part of the Boy Scout programme to^encourage boys to._adopt some  hobby that, is really -worthwhile, one that appeals to them, and to then help  them to develop a hobby to a point -where it will prove of real "value to them  and to their-fellow men. Thus the Boy Scouts offer badges for efficiency oh  the part of its members for an almost inconceivable number of things.  Life is full- of instances of men and "womenwild have developed their  hobbies to a point where they became the real passion and. business of their  lives, resulting in important, discoveries and inventions and bringing untold  blessings to the world, as well as fame and often fortune to the-hobbyist.  George Eastman, the Kodak inventor and.manufacturer; was a hank clerk  and. preparing Lor a holiday trip, he decided to take pictures of places visited, to send home to his widowed mother. In those days, half a" --century- ago,  ���������amateur-photographers'were'.few in number because the paraphanalia required was bulky and crude and' the work of picture taking, developing and printing diflicuH. Eastman thought it could be simplified and in his spare time  in. his mother's kitchen made photography his hobby. The result is well  known. ,  Luther Burbank's hobby was horticulture, and he amazed the world, with  his achievements in the development of new plants and flowers and in demonstrating how they could be improved in size and beauty. Jack Miner, Thomp-'  son-Seton. and others have made the life and habits of birds their hobby,  wiih the result that mankind*'has learned how much we owe to the feather-  ed folk, and how, 'without their help, destructive grubs,Worms and insects  would soon play havoc with gardens, orchards and our food, supplies. Another man,"Johnston by name, within the past twelve years has, as a hobby,  grown all kinds of tropical and sub-tropical trees and plants with the result  that he has proven that many things which the United States now imports \  from foreign lands to the extent of hundreds Gf millions-of dollars can be  raised at home. ������������������'"'. 7     *-  Many a boy has a mechanical turn of mind which soon finds expression  in some form of hobby and which, if rightly directed, encouraged and d.evel-  opod, may point to the occupation in which he may find the greatest enjoyment and success in life. '������������������'���������'. 7 v' "  But: apart from hobbies of this character" "It'is welf'that the business and  professional man and woman should have a hobby: It should be something i  di_-iinc.lv different from tliat of their everyday occupation. Thus the pro-  I'L-ssionnl and oflice man will find health, recreation and downright pleasure in  devoting his spare time to ihe development of some hobby that takes .him.  out doors and calls for the use of his hands rather than the concentration of  lu- mental faculties.                                                             ���������  There is, fortunately, a growing realization of the value of hobbies, although tliey are not always classified as such. Service clubs in all_ cities are  more and more turning their activities in ihe direction of helpful, humani-  iiirinti service. Thus we find, these Club members making a real hobby out  of providing outings for orphaned. und������r-nourished and crippled children.  and finding as much pleasure in doing so as ihey provide for these "little  unfortunates.  Hobbies there are such as the collecting of stamps, coins, antiques, china,  pi.ture-t* and other articles too -numerous to mention. These all have their  v-ilu.-- in Treeing the mind, from too cloise and constant, application to business  uff-tirs and worries, even "hough they may not result in adding anything very  v,,.I-it-while 10 the lives or others and the advancement of the world.  The main thing is to hav<* a hobby,      Pawent.* should encourage their chil- j  dr-**-   in  t.hia  dir.>c-ion and  carefully  refrain   from ridiculing whaty may seem'1  i":-'lier silly and piirposele.sjs 10 them.      Sympathetic study of a child's hobbies  iv-ay  jriv-.' -t  Six Plants in Canada Engaged in the  Manufacture of Radjo Equipment ,  Produ-etios in. Canada of 'radio apparatus including" sets, parts and batteries reached a total value of $5,54S,-  659 in "1925, according to a i*ecent  statement issued, by the Canadian  Gcwtprnnaent bureau- oC statistics at  Ottatva. Six' plants in Canada were  engaged solely-In the manufacture of  radio sets .or ;parts, nine other concerns made'sets and part's in conjunction witli the manufacture of other  electrical app.aratus"^ and 12 of the  manufacturers-of batteries in .Canada  reported anoutput for radio purposes. '  -  StatisticsMor 1925 show a substantial growth in the radio industry during ..that yeear and also reveal a tendency toward -the production of complete sets" rather than the manufacture;  of separate parts. In 1925 the nui-*-"-  ber of'complete sets manufactured l>y  these companies was 48,498 ' and'-'the  selling value, f.o.b. works, was given  as ?2,196,024. Production of vacuum  tubes amounted in value to $1,299,684  and was double that of the previous  year.- '���������-.- ��������� ������������������''7':'-* '--7.   -"' '���������������������������;������������������  Il'adio licenses were*'Issued by tjfie  department of marine and fisheries  during the ; twelve months ending  March, 1,926, to 134,486 persons. * Ontario led all provinces with a total of  60,11.0; Quebec was next with 21,141.  [.Registrations in the other areas .were  as follows: Saskatchewan, 15,944;  Manitoba, 14,503; British Columbia^  4,494; Alberta, 7,152; Nova Scotia,  3.28S; New Brunswick, 2,612; Prince  "Edward Island, 202; Yukon, 23  the Northwest Territories,  Licensed broadcasting stations, not Including anaateurs, numbered 55, distributed as. follows-.Ontario, 24; British Columbia,, io; Saskatchewan, 7;  ���������Alberta, ..i6;....Quebec, 4; Manitoba, 2;  Neve Brunswick and Prince' Edward  Island, 1 each.  "-"--  m  Orfctajatf**  CM*.  and  _*  17.  ���������ftike fly family Ic&tm the     _  ^hottest disxance between two points  GERMS���������6,000,000 germs on a single fly/says a  notedhealth officer. Protectyour f amily withFlit^  Flit spray clears your, home in a few minutes of  disease-bearing flies and ixiosquitoes. It is clean,  safe and easy to use.  Kills All Household Insects  Flit spray also destroys bedbugs, roaches and ants. It searches  out the cracks and crevices where they hide and breed, and destroys insects and their eggs. "Sprajr Flit on your garments.  Flit kills moths and their larvae which eat holes. Extensive  tests showed that Flit apray did not staj.-x the most delicate  fabrics; ... " [   ..  - Flit -is the' result of exhaustive research hy expert entbmol- *  ogists and chemists.   It is harmless to mankind.   Flit bas  replaced the old methods because it kills all the insects���������and-  ���������does it quickly. Get a Flit can and sprayer today.  STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY)  Distributed in Canada ty Fred J. Whitlow & Co., Toronto.  SOME SYMPTOMS  OF THIN BLOOD  Everybody Should-be Able to Recognize Them Because Early  Treatment is Important  Anaemia, or Jack 7of blood, 1st a  stealthy disease and' is ^Often quite "advanced before it is recognized. It  is niuclr easier to correct -iii its early  stages, but if unchecked <jaji.s-es weak-  ~   DESTROYS  Flies   Mosquitoes    Moths  Bed Bugs   Roaches  The ffel low can with the  black band"  r?z*  Will  Be  Presented  With  Medal  aluable jiulk-aiion   01'  ilu-  direction which  such   child's  training  i ..oul-1   b"  -iven.  Germany's  Emergence  ih"a\    disarm c-<j   among.si  i.t-a/.-i  "-.i**  am  t .-.-til.    ! *;���������"���������   (  poi .-ni i������ll>  C.'.n   Mi *-*'������'  hf  ii'-jd-J'   ������'  shl;������  or  i!.-?ii*"d  < ��������� i'| 11.11 i i y  !>.-  iIojm  S"i".-,*r.  ���������nu-'-d  n<"  10  igh*  ih.*1  mtill  ������till  li-rmsn  ns<*.<>    ia    Im-com ins ; arrangement  Mi'onp'r  ihan ������*vjv.r,      .How  ��������� ki-pi  i'or many years more  ny   kind    of   i'or������-ign   dictaror-  1 ui-.'hi j**-?       How  can   Miey   h***  iha'*5i-    demand      For     civilized  in  every   ie-.fver-t'.'       li  cannot  .---.I.   L. r,-.try in  in   1.0 ml on  Ob-  Will  Develop Oil  Lands  The    Hudson's    Bay   Company  has  Issued a statement announcing that an  hatl been reached for the  exploralion   antl   development ,of   the  company's oil rights in Canada,      The  art-an pern ent  is   with  13. "VV.  Marland,  and a company will he organlzed-to be  known  aa  th<*   Hudson's Bay  Marland  Oil   Company.      Arrangements   I'or   a  complet-*- geolglcal survey of the land  hi qu���������*������������������:���������.iion already an-) und������r way.  ness, loss of weight, lack of/vigor and  ambition. - ...    ������������������'..-���������  Sorae symptoms bf anaemia are loss  of appetite, indigestion,.' Headaches,  sleeplessness, shortness, of breath  alter slight exertion, and often extreme nervousness. If you have any  or all of these symptoms begin treatment now with Dr.; "Williams' Pink  Pills, the* tonic which will make the  blood rich and plentiful. Every part  of the bod.y will respond-to this..treatment .as is shown, by"the case of Mrs.  Is*aac Bell, Sr., Port Anson, Ont., who  says:-���������"A few years dgb,,t~was a very  sickly woman. I was all run down  and my nerves badly/shattered. I  had taken doctor's medicine, but as I  got no help from it, I tried other medicines, but; with no better'results. One  day wlille reading a newspaper, I came  across aTn advertisement of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills describing a case  very much like my owp. I d.ecided~ to  try them, and-by the ilme I had taken  two boxes I could feel the benefit I  was getting from them, so I cheerfully  continued the treatment and was soon  a well -woman in be Iter--health than  I had enjoyed Cor some yeiivs. In  view of what Dr. Williams' Plnl' Pills  have done for me I cheerfully'recommend their use lo all weak,, run-down  people."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold  by all druggists, or-niay be bad by  mail at. 50 cents a box ���������.by-writing The  Dr, Williams' Mcd.lcine Co., Brockville,  Ont. A free booklet, "Building Up  the Blood," will be .sent, to any address on request,       "(*���������  Scottish   Scientist To   Be   Honored   By  American  Chemical  Society  Sir  James  Irvine." principal   of   the  University of Sty  Aifdrew's,  Scotland,  since  1921, and a member of tlie advisory   council,   department   of   scientific  and   industrial5 research,   has arrived in  Canada.      The object of liis  visit   to "this   continent   is   to   receive  the Willard-Gibhs gold -medal    from  the American Chemical Society.    The  last   scientist   of   note  to   whom   tjiis  nirGdal    was-   awarded    was.. Madame  Curie. '.."'��������� Although. Sir James  was   of  inestimable value to  the British Gov-  ernment   dauring   the   war  on   account  of his studies and discoveries of antidotes   for   poison   gas,   the   American  Chemical   Society : Is   presenting   him  with Its high tolceii in recognition of  his ' valuable    researches on  sugar-  principally  dealing with    starch  .and  celluloise.    The pieseptation is to take  place id" Chicago.,. September 17.    '   '  Director of  Fox. Breeders  -  -Matthew    Snow,    of Winnipeg, was  elected western director of the Cana- $  dian Fox Breeders' Association in convention  at  Suminerside, P.E.I.      P. J."  Clark,   of Summerside,    was    elected  president.   7"-������������������ '  Minard's Liniment for Burns  Question  Of Naturalization  Thi������  the  SAMSON  ROTARY  ROD  P.xt.   Na  22! TT/  WEEDER  A Weeder  A Cultivator  H. rdvit-cr  3  ���������n  OI������E������ATIOMa  \H   ONE  Ov.r WeHir wM1   n*>������ r^A-nrj. **t\M fMill vwa������������ri������. Iintf-r tliarn th������y ������an      |  ba   pulled   by   hand,   and  will   wes-cl   THIHlTV   ACRES   p������������*  ilny,  Built *yi Steel and Douglas Fir.    Strong, Durable, Light Draft  Tlie Implement the P ml Ho l-armera liavo boon w'-lllno yeai"** lor.  HC-Er-S   VOU ft   SUMMEIV   FALLOW  CLCA-M   O-r  WKEO&.      tUOfitAHiJii, YOUI*  YIELU   Or   0.-IAIN  See Our Local A'jeo' or Write U������ Direct  SAMSON  ROTARY  ROD WEEDER, LTD.  302   ALBERTA COrffNCR,  OALQARY, t%L.f*\,  M-atter   is to   Come   Before  Imperial Conference  The fact that Canada was the only  Dominion that had failed fo reply to  a. circular'from the Dominions' oWcc  relating to the naturalization of children o(! British subjects born abroad  during the war, was mentioned in Iho  Britisii House of "Lords by Lord lies-  borough.  Replying to a question be statin!  thai, nationality having become a subject of imperial Importance, it would  bo placed, on'the agenda of ihe Jrn-  porlal conference.  >^AiiWi^-^p^^MiMi^<i>j^������i-.ii-^l*������ii^������Miii^__wm.i m  ������������������.i���������i ^���������������������������.^���������������������������������������������^i^.i.- ..  ���������'.; Poor Boys' Road to Fame  Is the country  reaching a  state  in  ���������which  it  will  be  necessary .to  put It  that" any poor boy can aspire tp high  office provided lie can ftrst become **.*���������  rich man?-���������Boston Transcript,  Miller's "Worm Powders seldom fail.  They immediately attack the worms  and expel them from the system. They  are complete In themselves, not only  as a -worm destroyer, but as a highly  beneficial medicine for children, corr  recting weak digestion and restoring  the debilitated system to health fulness, without which the growth of tne  I child will be retarded arfid its constitution weakened.  Relieves  Asthma   at Once.      If you  could read the thousands of unsolicited letters received by the makers  from grateful users you, too, would ,���������.-  I realize' the reirj*arka"ble powers ofTDr.  J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. All  cases, incipient and chronic, are benefited by this." great family remedy.  Why suffer or experiment with worthless preparations when the genuine  Kellogg's can' be purchased everywhere.  "Whan a bachelor does find, his ideal  woman it may be only to discover that  she 1s looking elsewhere for her ideal  man. -  /  A nleasant niedlclno for children Js  Mother   Graves' Worm   Exterminator,  and It Is excellent  for driving worms  from the system. ,.y .  A man never really knows the valu*-*  of ix dollar bllj until he is followed bjr  J a persistent collector.  Canada. Protects Rallwayo  The custom of American nianuI'ac-  turiM'S of HUtomoblleE} to drive now  e$ir._ across the Canadian border bus  aroused the 'customs department at  Ottawa, tho olllclula of which maintain tlnil Ihis Ih ii: dlHcriiiiiiiuLloii  agaliiHl ;.|.be riillwitys I but should bo  Btojiped, Thoy say It Is not only unfair 10 tlie railways, but ,If allowed  10 conliiHH' would cause eoi"Ki*"->l.')ti  In (In- liiwhwayrt ul I lines.  Corns '���������iiuse uuii-h (suffering, but IIol-  lowus's <v'ui'ii J'i-iihh <.-r ofU'i'a ���������*. .*'l'i---i-.v,  iiiil-i*'and sallsParlanry r������������l!������d'.  Thi'    vIkIIoi'm*    register    of tlie Los  Atig<-I<\s  (Miuinher-of Comniorci-'*  Ih a  boon   weighing   '���������'. io   I'lOttndH   and   e<m-  i,iliilnK   iJuM  piiKes.  .Minard'a-  Liniment fer  W.    N.     V.  Rheumatlirn  Candy That Looks Sweet  When candy looks tempting it will sell "readily.  Whcip its richness is enhancedyby an Appleford wrap  it will be in greatest demand.  Here arc four kinds of Appleford wraps:  '"   1.    Twisting Tissue that resists tearing.  2. Softer tissue for caramels. Keeps its shape  ���������when folded.   - /    , ,   ���������  3. Transparent   wraps   that   reveal   richness   of  taffy and butter scotch. ,  4. Wax coated liners s  Write for samples and prices.  COX^rffigEaiEmn������8_QK  COMPAWY. XJtULmu  ilAMlVTOH, CAtr/VJDA.  WESTERN ACF-NCIK*;  Pnrlflc Wa-ixe-l l*������pc_r Co, %V������������t������rii Wbtw.I l������mi*r Co.  S.'JtV. UMvltf bl. Viuiti>uu������r 200 McO-t-iriuott fl_v������e, Whu*-ttieg  Hunter Martin A Co.   Reflln-i  10a 0  .     ���������   ,,������,CTaag^aj.'������ra<l������'������������a^ia'a^aaaaaraara<ir^r-a^������yy'a^'<yaaai.^raaa������<������My^^W'������������'<r  I mm%mmS,S^^^^^^^  ,;...*...;.. j...,m.4*t),i.,tu.tM-miiUMUMi\ m  rW*  m^zG:  Now  Is The  Time  For  Canada To Put Fortli Every  , . __ ^ ^ - lL >���������     _ *  liftprt   1 6 becixre Immigrant*?  - When" Cana<������a launched a vigorous  "open* door" immigration policy at the  "beginning of the present century, we  made our first, and only, great stride  in settling the west. We succeeded  chiefly because we attacked our problem intelligently and at the "flood  " tidae." European countries, surfeited with-population, "were groaning under dire economic pressure, and "bur  ���������"free    farm"    propaganda    carried    a  Insurance. Against  Single  Crop Failure  Aaron Sapiro Says^Hope Lies.In Building   Up 'Crops   of Constant  Production < ^_  In "eggs and bacon" lie Saskatchewan's prosperity for the future, Aaron  Sapiro, "father ot'co-operation," "told  the    Canadian    Club in Regina.      Mr.  Sapiro    compared  "the  United  States  special -anneal to the landless masses jand Canada> much to the advantage ot  there.    .  , | Canada, in respect to***successful farm-  It took the* world the better part of��������� jn��������� " "n.  half a million, years to reach a popula  Cost Of Rearing Chicks   _r  Interesting    Experiment   Yields   Va'u-  r abfe  Information  For the  Poultry  "Farmer  * An especially interesting experiment  to ascertain the rate - and cost of  "growth in rearing chicks is chronicled in the annual report of Mr. J. A.  -Ste. Marie, superintendent of the dominion experimental-- station at Ste:.  Anne de la Pocatierg, Quebec. Three  hundred -and forty chicks were used  and at the .end of the experiment,  which lasted  Scientist Casts Doubt On Tlie  Report Of Ancient Inscriptions  Found In Pacific l^oast Region  The   Toll   Of "Forest   Fires  1  The report that runic inscriptions re-  jlating the story of a terrific baUle be-  Into 1lW���������en a band of Norsemen    and    In-  jdians in the year 1010 A.D. have been  Annual    Loss   to" Canada    Runs  Millions of Dollars  Forest fires are again taking, a heavy j foumi  almost   within   the   city   limits     26  weeks,  that is from toll of Canada's forest wealth in West- ,of Spokane,-on the Pacific coast, seems  "Xpril 5 to "September 26, all the chicks i ern Alberta, British Columbia and in|<lllite *������������*edible to Professor C- T.  were still alive. The feed consumed J New BrunswickT Every year the J Currelly, curator of the archaeologi-  consisted of a "home-sized, grain ration, j country faces this peril and. tliis lpss. {cal'section of the Royal Ontario Mus-  dry masli, rolled oats, eggs, skim milk\ --"Che djamage to the nation's timber  charcoal,'grit.oyster shells and greens runs into'millions of dollar's annually,  (sprouted   oats)   .kept   constantly   be-[A fire  can destroy in  a few  mindtes  tion   of"  750   millions   up   to  the  year  1S00. Food     had     normally     been  scarce and this near-starvation conation had acted as a' powerful brake 3iatchewan business  on natural" increase according to  well-known economic laws. Then  came the golden agd of invention,  followed by rapid and cheap transpor  He told of the trageda-y caused in the  United States by the dependence ot  certain* sections on��������� single crops ot  annual productiveness and urged Sas-  men   to   tell  the  farmer that the only adequate insur-  tation on sea and land, srliich in turn  led to the opening up of vvast "continents of virgin lands, constituting huge  food reservoirs, in    temperate"  zones-  *\  with  the increased  ance against the failure of a single  crop was by the building up of crops  of constant production. In eggs and  bacoju_he said, were the greatest opportunities for Saskatchewan Tn this  direction, while the production and export of butter and other dairy pro-  duets to the great "London marker  could    be    increased    by at least ten  fore the birds. Unfertile eggs taken  from the incubator .were boiled and  served during a week at the rate of  one egg per pound of mash, which was  composed of equal parts of cornmeal,  shorts, "silted oatmeal and. meat meal.  eum.  "That a party of Norsemen in the  eleventh century before Columbus distress that- take half a eentury to come covered America, crossed the contin-  to maturity. When -they are- gone ent������of North America, especially tak-  they cannot be replaced 'for another,ing "women with them, seems aUogeth-  half century and  tlieir destruction "is  er improbable to me," isaid Prof. Cur-,  relly.  "Of   course nothing  is impossible,"  a loss not only to the individual who  may own the tiniber limit,.but to the  The mixed grains fed in the litter con-' whole nation, for part of the national ."added Prof. Currelty, "but it is one of  overseas. ^  This,    coupled  mechanization of agriculture, relieved j tjXEieSj jje declared,  the pressure and-'automatically led to       Mj; Sap������ro   said" Jie  was   ^-^g  the most spectacular increase in world  boasting about the United. States.  no  population that history records. Within one brief century,, during the latter  part of -which the world wallowed in  cheap food, population doubled, reaching },500 million in 1900. Willi European population at the very peak, Canada garnered her human harvest comparatively easily. But the day of easy  colonization accomplishments is now  over. ' ^  A new era has dawned.     There are  "I am going to ea t humbleypie," he  continued. "Never in the United  States have we done anything so well  and."so importnatly well, as this wheat  pool you have built up here. It is undoubtedly the greatest single acconi-  ipljshment in the hostory ot co-operative marketing, and I stand and view-  it awed. Since my return " to _the  United States three'years ago 1 have  received, letters from every country in  sisted of equal parts by , weight of  wheat, cracked corn and-oats. " When  hatched the chicks weighed an aver--  age of 2 ounces each, at the-end of-the  two months 1% pounds, at the end  pf the 26th week 3.88 pounds" each.  The total cost of feed, as statistically  d.etailed in the report, was $150-88 and  the "cost per pound gain 11.4 cents.  The total������. weight when hafdied was  42.5 lbs. and at" the end of the experiment 1,320 lbs.  V "-       '  Combines  and  the  Consumer  no more virgin worlds to conquer inlthe world where wheat is. grown, all  temperate zones. The day of cheap asking for details of the Canadian  food is definitely past, and presently pool and lhe ma"nner in which it oper-  the earth will-only be made to yield  more abundantly through the expensive and laborious process of inten- [wh^&t grower the\vorld over.  sive cultivation.      Prof. East, of Kai-  ates.  it  is   a   beacon   of   hope   for   the  Ultimate   Consumer    Should . Receive  the    Benefit   of    Large    Scale  Operations  The  best way  for combines  to disarm prejudice is to give the consumer  the   benefit 'of.   promised     economies  from   large   scale   operations.       They  have    been   -.granted    much    leeway,  wealth and the national heritage has  been removed.  Various organizations, notably the  Canadian Forestry Association, are at  work in the country preaching the gospel of "Save the Forests." They "are  doing valuable work in .arousing public' appreciation of the value ^ot the  public domain. Much work remains  to be done, especially in the development of effective fire prevention and  fire-fighting. / The cost of such work  those things that one would want overwhelming proof to accept.  "I remember that Stefansson told  me of the finding of a stone with Norse  inscriptions on it some time ago which  would go to prove that a band of Vikings entered the Hudson's Bay before  the time of Columbus and made their  way down through tbe west "to the  country which now forms some of the  American states -of the middle west,"  'said Professor Currelly.  Is not an important factor provided "At first people were inclined to  something can be done to stop the'scoff at the whole incident. Tne  devastation from fire.^ The country i runic inscriptions on this stone iioav  can afford to spend thousands of dol- j owned by some farmer, I believe, told  lars on effective fire prevention and of so many "days' journey from the sea.  fire control, but it cannot afford to j People naturally thought at once that  lose    millions    in    fire    losses.���������Free! these  Press.  Norsemen must have been  among the bands which are supposed  to have landed along the Labrador ane  New England   coasts  and  have  made  "vard, after* painstaking investigation,  "tell us that it tlie same fantastic  birth rate bhould by any chance continue, the world would bo -on the  verge of actual starvation by 1960!  But economic laws are at work and  we need entertain" no apprehension.  Vital statistics demonstrate clearly  that the general birth rate is falling  rapidly everywhere. Great. Britain  now has the lowest birth rate of any  nation, even lower than that of France.  Economists now predict a% stationary,  or possibly receding, world population.  Beyond all shadow of doubt, in fifteen  or twenty years, Canada wjlll look  overseas in vain ^-���������or surplus mau  power to develop her resources. And  the birth rate of our own native stock  Is falling,ominously. We need' consult no statistics to convince us ot  that fact.  So Canada is essentially working  against time iu her present leisurely  colouization effort. With the passing  of eii.*Jli.ye'ii'.tlie.''prob^in,-*-ill be irru-  vocabzly Intensified. For a few years  yet?|he .world may ���������remain partly oVer.r  populated witli" adults, but our chances  to secure more people are dwindling  steadily dayyby-day. y It requires no  prophetic foresight to conclude that  Canada's opportunity ��������� is ''now or  ** never."   '      ���������-������������������/; y ..; y ���������:{ '.���������; y k.Z.--.  .And yet there  Is not tlie smallest  indications that our statesmen can be  . shaken, out; of the present sluggnrUty  ��������� attitude on this subject and that th;-i  ;.y fundamental     and     urgent  Students  Get  Toronto'   Fellowship  Graduates of five Canadian univer-,their way right across Canada or lhe  sities have been awarded seven spe- '.United States to the west- The time  though'often there is* distrust of their Jcial fellowships for graduate work in ! o"f" the inscriptions, of course didn't  financial set-up and doubt whether {courses offered, by the University of .work out, but when the Hudson's Bay  what savings,~are -effected by them (Toronto for. the degree_s of M.A. and; was connected, with the jstdry it was  find their wayyfto the consumer's Ph.D., iOs announced. Among those ! found that the "so many days from 'the  pocket. In other words, they are be*"! who received awards were: A. E. Bir-. sea' mentioned on the stone inscrlp-  ing   allowed  to- get  inlo   their   hands ney,  University oE British Columbia;   Hon would do for a journey from the  power jwhich   may   be  readily   abused  C.  A.  King,  University 5f  Saskatche-  Hudson's Bay.      Although it is so long  Last Year's Grain Disappearing  Heavy    Shipments     Being     Made    to  Prepare  For New Crop  Last year's- grain* is fast disappear-  ing from, western elevators and store-*  houses.  The Canadian Pacific reports that  for the period from July 7 to 14 Inclusive, this year, 431,146 bushelfs  were marketed from the Manitoba  district as against 491,683 for last  year. ^Saskatchewan, 380,290" this  year, against 374,365 for iqst year.  Alberta district, 194.2S9, as against  258,817 last year. A total of 915,725  bushels'against 1,124,865 last'year, or  an average of 152,621 per day, against  187^178   bushels.  Cars loaded in the Manitoba district; this year\are 264, compared with  447 last; Saskatchewan, 387 to 3S1 last  year. Alberta, 164 cars against 217  for same period last year, with a total  loading -of 815 cars against 1,045 cars  in 192*5. Tlie-average'per day Is 136  against 174 last year!. AU ,of which  shows that when the. crop is garnered, the Canadian Pacific will be in  readiness to handle'it with speed.  and should watch  more Sun.  their    step.���������Balti-  ,wan;  Miss  * Columbia.  i .If ^i.p&^'iip'SV".-���������f*i% i^"<| .4a. tM i.s  Bruised Meat Exhibit  ���������      ..   *  Losses on  Livestock Due to  Bruising  Shown at Western Exhibitions       '  Something unique in the way1 of. educational work was shown this year at  national the Calgary exhibition and stampede,  problem will be solved within nature's j nn,i   tjie  Edmonton  exhibition Jb'y the  time limit. The stagnant, routine  rtiothods or the past are out-of-far-  slghted policies.���������-C. W. Peierson In  Manitoba'Free Press.  A Death In Europe  German   monarchy,  is   dead.  The  provincial department of agriculture.  This Is a spetiivl automatic exhibit  depicting losses? on livestock duo to  bruising incidental to loading and  shipping, and the provincial dopart-  ment la putting on the exhibit, In cooperation    will}    the university, with  feai-B expressed when Hindentajirg was  Packers,  producers and others  Inter  elected were without liatiis. When  nearly 15,000.000 German voter-i approve the seizure of royal property,  the dlvino right of kings is a flyblown  ik>ctrine. , When those who oppose  such hoIj-ui-q do not dare vote, but  beat it by abstention, there in little  ,_j-laiiiger that the call for new klng-  enipurort* to.rule tU*rnmi������y will be loud  enough to. be  World.  estcd. In an effort to ���������minim!**.������ "the  losses 'thus crented, the extent, of  which Is probably not' reulized by n  largo proportion of those handling  livestock.  v  lociitc next  a chiirrh  '���������t  ,V a.  Princess Becomes Householder  The latest house-warming in which,  tlie 3v3j.i& antl Qu<wn participated \r:i.<a.  heed"-!. New Yorlcl'he occasion/of pPrlncess, Victoria-*.talcing up her abode nt "Copplns," Iver.  Buckinghamshire, lyhen Ibo Princess  became her own .'householder foi* the  first time. The bouse which tho Princess, who is tho Klng'fs .sister,- has  taken is quite small und has nothing  about it to (suggest royal ownership.  A. A. Berkeley, of British i ago" that I don't Tecollect all the details, I believe that it is very likely  genuine, and that Norsemen really did  enter ,the Hudson's -Bay.  "But that such a band even coming from the Hud-son's Bay should get  across tlie mountains to the Pacific  coast seems very, very incredible to  me."  ''Professor Currelly stated that there  are many people who are sufficiently  proficient in runic lore to forge feuch  an inscription as is purported to hav������-  been found at Spokane on volcanic  rock by Prof. Oluf Opsjon.  Prof. Currelly told of another hoax ,.  which told the story of an ancient  Egyptian voyage around the Cftpe ot  Good Hope. A professor well verseo  in hieroglyphics had inscribed the  story on tablets as a joke, which was  taken, seriously _for a time.  The present' story of the Spokane  inscription is said to relate the heroic  w-and-erings of a band of 24 Norse Vikings with seven women, one ot whom  was carrying n"small baby, travelling  "from east to west In 3010."  Exhausted and thirsty, they came to  the spfing beside the trail and camp-*  ed.      A parly of Indians came along,  found the Norsemen and immediately  attacked. .  The record is supposed to tell, how  the party put the woman and baby on  top of the great volcanic boulder and  then stood at <he base and fought ihe  Indians. Twelve of ihe "Sforsemen  were killed.. Two were captured.  Six of the women, also, were taken  prisoners, while the woman, with the  baby in her arms, was thrown from  Hie boulder and billed.  Later oh, six of tho'survivors'returned, to the spring and the scene of the  battle. There ihey dug a grave near  the rock and burled ^helr d-sud. 'rnc  stone, marking the burial mound, ts  Rnid to ht* plainly visible yet. and digging operations may even be predicted.  -MIMHVI**-!*-*  Famous Comic Artist, Goes Fidh.jtag  '-     .- ^     " " "��������� ���������  Clare firlggs, continent-known creator of "Mr. and Mrs.," recently remem- j, on  err*<l Ihal fl������htiig time was here and with hIx New York colleagues came north   ini*  ClepnlineH-* Is n������?Xt io godliness, but  juet Jet  it '���������Cbl*ie������e���������...laundry-  try    to  U.  -������������������������������������'I  U. S. To Increase Border Patrola  North Dakota Is to have another  [contingent of border patrolmen placed  duty within a short time, accord-  bored ihn! fl������hing time was here and with hIx New York colleagues came north ing to Informiatlon received from  to the WSthV.vov Station,- Montreal, for n HMIe ������>yr������m**-l*>n to th.**- I.������ur-f"r������il**.*i*- 'wanhls-.j-tmr. Sio-p-* havo b������><������n ink������������n  where tho red and grey game trout b������**port them Helve's nnd Incidentally furnish 'to Increase the patrols nf various  tport to the follower of is-.ank Walton., He wandered as far north a.s the-St.'places on both tho northern and.  Donat Cliy-ilef on Lake' Arcliambaull, .where he stnyed for a couple or weeknj Houtlm-rn bouridai"U*������ of the country  with results that were very satisfying. Here you see him practicing In his and to do this* iher-e will he 235 m<*n-  Now York flat prior to the trip, His fishing pole Ih u curtain rod. to which cotton ' mldtwl to the list. In North Dakota  and a bobbin Tor a float is a line hod and he Ih entlrt-ly con-c-t-iiUi-U-d on the Jofe7ilu-rt; will b������* fiv-e added, btingli*-^ tlio  We don't, know what lie In trying to catch, but II* patience moan*- anything lu**'total up to ftfU"������.-n. "Montana Is lo tet  should ������.ucce*'i) In catehliiK It. . [filtn-eti.  mmmmtmmmmtmm  mmm S6������������!������������BJ������tSiSWMli  HHP  BJJ*-������B_MP  Issned every Friday at Creston. B.C  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hatbb, Editor and Owner,  ORESTON. B.C., FRIDAY. SEPT. JJ4  A Friendly Paper's View  LF.TTERSTCTHE EDITOR  Just Personal Grudge  Editor Review:   "  Sib,���������I am sorry to trouble you  again, but as the trustees of Canyon Community Hall have chosen  to ignore ray previous letters I  have naturally .come to the cor.elusion their reason for not granting  me tbe use of the hall was personal  grudge.  -I said in my first letter Canyon  was blessed witli a hall���������I should  bave said cursed���������as there bas  been ho community spirit since it  was decided to have a hall. The  reason why* well, I shall not  make public. Everyone iu Canyon  knows the reason.  We have what might be termed  two factions in Canyon. Thank  goodness I am not one of either of  them I have been asked various  time why I did not play t Canyon  dances. I will state right here;  personal  grudge.  We always gave our services  free, and never refused to oblige  with music We only asked once  for * a couple of dollars with which  to buy, music. There was a big  kick at that. Yet they are quite  willing to-pay much more for out  side music, when they could have  got Canyon music free.  At present they are going aroui.d  the district soliciting money to buy  chairs for the hall. If they had  dropped their personal grudge in a  matter that was no concern of  theirs they would bave had money  for chairs. ''*-'-  I have heard there is only one-  man in Canyon with brains. Well,  the ingenuity of a schemer shows  only in the company of fools. To  finish, Mr. Editor, I may say, ���������.l  can furnish the names of a major ,  ity of Canyon people who think I  was quite justified in writting to  the Review. GEO. DAVIE.  Gale is Grateful  Editor Review:  Sir.���������Just a line to thank you  and, through you, the many good  friends of Creston and District who  so very kindly rallied to our support and who did such excellent  work iu the recent campaign.  To merely say tliat I am thankful and that I appreciate all the  kindness that was bestowed upon  Mrs.. Gale and my very grateful  self in putting it extremely mildly  indeed. I Feel it all very keenly  and will ever remember your great  good ness.  September the 14 th was a sorry  day for liihernlism ih thia Province  bnt the days to follow may prove  to be more sorry for fche Province  than for tho Liberal Party. Per  haps British Columher will Rome  day realize that our leader, W. L.  Mackenzie King, and tho Liberal  party are really worth   while.  Whilst I .tm to day just one of  those who alao ran, I have no personal regrets. I feel that the  Liberal party has not suffered in  Wwt Kootenay afl a remilt of our  -recent activities, in fact, I believe  ���������"hat wc have laid the foundations  for fit tii re victories."  I hope to havo an opportunity to  visit Creaton in tho near future but,  in rh-* rm-rtnwhile, must ask to  I ilea mi- ,u.r;ept vary 1< indent regardn,  hiric-fT**- thank-* aud'best wishes.  Yours sincerely.  It. H.GAlJfi  The Winnipeg  Tribune (Conservative)  in     Wednesday's    leading  (editorial-said, in part:  A decisive verdict.  The election has given a decisive  verdict.    Mr. King is in . a position  to form a  government;    while -in-.  complete returns do not accord him  a full majority   there is yno" doubt  that with the  aid  of  the Liberal  Progressives he    will   control   the  next parliament, and   tbe  Liberal-  Progressives are sufficeutly close to  warrant their permanent'adhesion  to a Liberal  government.    Stabil-v  ity of government has been estab  lished, the one prize. Canada drew  from tbe grab-bag yesterday.  Apart from, setting np stable  government it can be said that any  national'issue was decided by the  election one way or the other.''-   ���������.,  It cannot be said either that the  tariff played a strong part in the  result, since-the Conservatives were  bit hardest in some of the protectionist strongholds of. Ontario-  Brant, Essex and Kent, for exam  pie." Nor can it be said the customs  abuses constitute an issue.        ���������  What then did operate to bring  about the changed sentiment the  polling reveals, the swing from the  Conservative co the Liberal column  of many seats in Ontario and the  prairie west. Manitoba in particular?- -���������_.'- . v y  So far as Manitoba and Saskatchewan are concerned, the explanation is easy to find. It lies in  the singularly maladroit campaign  Mr. Meigheii conducted in' the  prairie provinces. Unquestionably  the West, under a Meighen govern  ment, would be quite as syhapathe-  tically treated ih all respects as  under Mr. King. But the people  ���������did not believe^ it, and the reason  they did net" was that on .every  d istinctly western issue���������the Crow's  IsTest rates snd the Hudson's Bay  Railway, for example���������Mr. Meighen seemed tp fear speaking with  the directness of wbich he is fully  capable.       -A. ';'''"���������      ,  It requires sympathetic leadership to win the West to the  Conservative cause, after all the  years of tariff propaganda, which,  while futile, has has nevertheless  left an impression that tbe Conservative party ��������� is unfriendly to  western interests. Mr. Meighen  did not supply that need. As a  matter of faot, he did not give his  Western candidates a feather to fly  with.    ���������  . So much for the West. What  happened in Ontario and how did  it happen? The losses in that  province may be largly ascribed to  Mr. Meighen's Hamilton speech iu  which he proposed general elections  in advance bf Canada's commit'  ment to-any Empire war. That  proposal in its implications struck  at a basic principle of Conservative  party, out sharply aoross , ita  traditions aud deeply wounded  many of its strongest adherents.  The Hamilton declaration did  not come to the front as an election  issue, but repercussions were inevitable. They were felt yesterday in  Ontario and in Manitoba ns well.  Mr Mei������hen"'*5 defeat in Portage io  by no means unrelated to his unfortunate utterance at Hamilton.  The Hamilton declaration was  framed and timed to influenoe tlie  electors of Bagot in a critical by-  electkm. lb did not influenoe them  and tlie returns from Quebec tell a  tragic tab* of it������ failure in yesterday's polling. Not a seat waa  gained in Quebec to r������fr������ofc the sentiment in other provinces that had  been estranged.  By what process of reasoning  Mr. Meighen devised, such strateg  ies is difficult to comprehend. In  tbe elections of 1921 Quebec' slam-  med tlte door in his face. It slammed the-door again in 1925, and  yesterday the door, was slammed  for a thirdyiime.  Hew long, is tbis nonsehce -to  continue? How often must the  Quebec door be slammed before  Conservative leadership . realizes  that its -approaches there, for a  longtime at any rate.are futile and  that if it hopes to govern .Canada* it  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, SEPT 26  CRESTON,  7.80 D.S33.  Loyal Orange todgejo. 2095  Meets THIRD TMUKSD AY of  each" month    at    Mercantile  Hall.   Visiting brethren cordi-     ���������  ally invited.  W> K. CSAWFOKD, ���������tV.JS,  must boldly address itself to the  proper needs of other, fields? With  an almost: solid Quebec opposing  it the'Conservative party cannot  carry an election in Canada without some considerable support from  the middle-west. That fact stands  out in yesterday's returns as some  thing cleats definite and irrefutable.  Mr. Meighen has been pursuing the  shadow instead of the substance.  .He made a stroug fight and in  many_ways*a courageous flight.  But be threw his strength and his  courage against a stone wall -and  reaped fruits altogether disproportionate to his personal merits and  the capacity of his party, for - public  service. 7;..- ���������  LIffM &ml H&awy  SMbobs Matte  im Ordfer  New Stock of  <*���������  Harness  '  Second Hand Store in  -   [connection  i -       ��������� -  -^PS 0       SmWmW.M^^m^SMtW^^MWSm'^  Shoe and Harness Repairing  (pUrg heeris  a-beverage  for every  <        >        i      i        ������������������������������������T^*  season  y  s  Form No. 1%  . (Section 38.)  LASSImQ- AGT  ���������NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO  PURCHASE UND  In Kqotenav Land Recording District of Nelson  District, and situate directly north of Sublot  No. 18; totNo. 4S95. on Duck Creek,in the  _ Kootenay District.  _Take notice that Arthur Glosier of Sirdar.  B.U.; occupation, farmer; intends to apply for"-  permission to purchase the following described  lands:   Commencing: at a post planted, at northeast corner -of Sublot No, .12 of District Lot 4595  on Duck-Creek; thence 40 chains west: thence  40 chains north;   thence 40 chains east:; thenco  40 chains south, and containing eighty acres.  more or less. '��������� .-��������������������������� .y.-j.. -.������������������,-*,  _.  _,        -    ARTHUR GLASEER,Applicant.  Dated Sept. 4,10*20. 7 -  ���������Zf>  (y^HlSRE is no season for the enjoyment of  \^ the benefits of pure, healthful "beer.": Not  only in summer,- but alsp in the cooler  months its tonic properties are of the greatest  value in the-fortifying of the body against the  strain and tension of modern life.  Used regularly with meals pure beer imparts  not, only the nourishment of the grains  from which it is" made; it assists valuably  in the assimilation of other foods, and with  its vitamin content makes up for the lack  of vitamins from, which niodern diet" so"  often suffers. - ._ ^  Pure beer, such as is made for the. people of  British Columbia by the Amalgamated Breweries,  is of low alcoholic strength���������only 4|%,^as called  for by law���������only-enough to stimulate the bodily  functions and rest the nervous system./  Many qualified physicians prescribe pure  beer as- a beverage for nursing mothers,  both for its tonic action and on account '  of its richness in malt extractives that_ so  7     fit the physical needs of nursing mothers.;  Every day in the year you may have beer* carefully brewed.  by the'Amalgamated Brewers, oa your, table, as a 'useful  and - -Restful part of your meals. You mayv buy it by the  bottle or by rthe dozen bo.ttlea ox- by the case* at every  -t'-t  Government' Store.  / Delivery is free to any part "  of the city .  ... ��������� , J.  These facts are -placed before you by the Amftlflnmated  Breweries, In which are associated: Vancouver Breweries, Ltd., Rainier Brewing >Co. of Canada, Ltd.,  ~ Silver Spring' Brewery, Ltd.. * Westminster Brewery,  Ltd., and the Victoria Phoenix Brewing Co, Ltd.  This advertisement is not published .or displayed by the liquor  Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  now iii the Mi  (Cooler   Weather    makes  '���������'��������� :���������������������������-������������������':������������������ '���������-. - ���������'��������� '��������� , . ������������������,���������.������������������. -v  MAY WE SUGGEST ���������  PENMAN'S HOSIERY for Men, Worn  and Children   ������������������"/'��������� ^  ��������� i * *        ���������  *ip All Wool and Silk and Wool in great variety of shades and  colorings.    These goods were purchased from Penman's fectory  >'���������;.":' and are reliable arid stylish* %  For  Underwear  we recommend Watson's  and  Penman's  for  fit and  comfort  in  all weights  We aro agents for the celebrated JAEGER lines of FINE ALL WOOL GOODS  and carry same in stock.    Prices and quality right.  yrg  Cmnfc. hi tf%mmm  ^3    Mmt m*\\      E^L   ^^        mml  THE   f^rtRflDflMV  LIMITED  k_M  -.r,-i  "5*3  "*|  WmmWWt  mmm ���������._    ���������_���������  -.* v-5��������� ������������������*. y���������  /  *--,  THE  CBESTOT  REVIEW  /  "4/  f -a"  / .'  OHE ONLY  aX  8 x 10-ft. 8'oz.  DUCK~  TENT  2-foot Walls  SPECIAL PMCE  $15.00  Used but one week.  Local and Personal  Ve MAWSON  MACTMNDlHE^rS.  Cabbage, carrots6 *onions,, potatoes  for sale.. Fred Xewis. Creston.  Citron���������Best q uality, - 2 -' cents a  pound..  Mrs. R. Dodds, Eriekson.  Waa Saxe���������Team and harness sn  Rood ^condition, well broken. A. N  Couling, Oesfcoh. ..-.."  Dr. Wilson  Heralds ear,   nose and.  throat .speciaist",   will-, be in  Creston-,  October 4fch and 5t"b.  Room and Board���������For one or t-B-6  Eersons.-  Apply   Mrs.- Ci-   Fransen;  lartoh Ave., Creston " ; "   '  Pigs For Salk���������TTorkshirs White,  six weeks old on Seyt. - -30th, $6 each.  P. W. Foote. Creston.   .. x.  Pigs 'For Sax.b���������Purebred Yorkshire, sis weeks old, <$5 each cash  down.    D. Learmonth. Oreston.  Mrs/B. Stevens got back Thursday  from  a "three  weeks'  holiday  at the  coast and at Arrow Lakes points.  -*���������     j .  Furnished Rooms���������Two furnished^  rooms suitable for light housekeeping.  Mrs.' John Arr<i* wsmitbr," Creston.  Wanted���������Large safe, state price  and inside dimensions. Creston Cooperative Fruit Exchange. Creston.  Mrs. M. J,.Boyd left on  Monday for  "Nakusp,  where she is judging in. the  ladies' sections at tbe fall  fair in that  . town this week". " ._  Miss 'M. Ireland off Medicine Hat.  Alberta, was^a visitor with Mr. and  Mrs. Jas. Cook a few days the fore  part of the week.  Miss Siegel 'will be assisted' on, Monday night,- when she presents. "The  "Lion and . the Mouse" at.Trinity  Churfeb, by   Miss   Severn and W. J.  Truscott"  '   . - - -  13. Hpltg who has been conducting a  garage in the Lamont building, next  jMurreH's feeci--store for the past few  months, closed up the business at the  end of the week. <- -  Sunday  is     rally   day  at  Trinity  Church. . The, Sunday school will hold  open session, to all in t.he morning and  extend a hearty welcome, to all"-Creston friends to meet with them.. -  Mrs. Bliss and son Ja������,J?e$urned on  Tuesday from a visit witli relatives, at  Oardsjton' "and Southern- '.Alberta  points, and-reports almost, a* foot of  snow in parts of the Cardston., section;  _ Trinity TTnited Church ladies aid  remind all visitors to tbe.fajl.^fair that  they .are, operating .a fefrestment  .booth againytbis year,-and;extend a  hearty invitation to all to. visit them.  John Garfield left .on Friday- for  Southern: Alberta points.*" He started  off in his Ford truck "tout diie to the  bad travelling at Cra-nbrook he aban  doned the car there and' went on by  train.  -        ~  Money When Needed  The surest way of having money  .when you, need it Is to ������pes*^ a Sav=  logs Bank account and'depo-sit stated  sums with regularity* Interest will  be added every six months. A grow-  ing Savings Account.will assure you  of money to meet any emergency in  the future. Open a Savings Account  With this Bank. -  ���������43  Christ Church    Ladies  serve tea _at the fall fair.  Guild   will  A series of j  y.  IX T. and Miss Scnnigeour got back-  on Wednesday from ya three weeks'  motor visit with friends'in -Vancouver  and coast points. The -present rainy  spelt only hit Vancouver on Sunday  last they state. '  ���������** h,  The tag iay the Women's Institute  PRE-EMPTIONS  ' Vacant. unreserved, surveyed-  Crowa lands may be-- pre-empted by  British subjects over 18- years of agre,  and by -aliens on declaring intention  to become British subjects, " conditional upon residence, occupation.  and Improvement for agricultural *  purposes'. _  Full tnfermatlon concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions is  given in Bulletin 5"To. 1, Laud Series.  "How to Pre-empt -Land," copies ot  which can be obtained free of charge  i*y 'addressing- - the Department of  Lands. Victoria, B.C., or to any Government Agent,  Records will be granted -covering  .only land suitable for agricultural  purposes, -and which Is not timber-  land, i.e^ carrying over,-5.000 board  feet per acre west of the Coast Range  and -6;000'feet per. acre east of that-  , Range.  -Applications for pre-emptions are  co be addressed to the -"Land Commissioner of the l������nd'Recording Di-  - vision. In which, the land applied for  is situated, and are made on printed  forms, conies of,which can be obtained from the Land Commissioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five. years and. improvements made  to value of $10 per. acne, including  clearing and cultivating at least "five  acres, before a' Crown "Grant can be  received.*  B*or more detailed information see  the Bulletin -"How -to. .pre-empt  .Land." - - -    .  #       PURCHASE . .   fS>  Applications are received for pur  chase. of    vacant    and    unreserved  Crown lands,  not being timberland  for agricultural purposes;   minimum  price of first-class (arable) land is $6 V  per acre, and second-nxtass (grazing-).  land  |8.60  per acre;    Furtheryinfor-  mation regarding purchase; or lease  of Crown lands Is given in- Bulletin  .No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase and  Lease of Crown ���������Lands.''  Mill, factory, or industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may ba purchased or leased, the conditions Including" ' payment d  stumpage. 7  LEASES  ,, not exceeding 2(  acres, may be leased as homesltea  ]condltlonal upon a dw<Slllng bein*.*  terected In the first year, title beinc  obtainable after residence "and improvement conditions *r������ fuifllle-:  and lend has been surveyed.  -7LEA8E8y-. ���������     - / .  For graslng and/ Industrial    purposes areas not exceeding 640 acre j  may be leased by one person or ���������*  company.  ���������''y'!:y:"'.7'.:'''aRA2iN0,y*'''y::;-  Under tbe Gracing Ac* the I������rbv -  inoe is divided into erasing district  and the range administered under -.  Gracing ... Commissioner. Annuo)  graslng permits ore Issued baaed on  numbers ranged, prlbHty being giver  to established owners. Stock-owners  may form association:! for rnnlK"  management ..Free, or partially free  permits are available for settlers  ."ampere   arid   travellers,   up   to   ten  tlOOd. --';''���������'  whist drives will  be held  during the I are having on the second day of   the   - ._  *_Tfc   ____. , 1    _  .  - !_....__.. * .. .. "        _.     _JL  winter.   .Particulars la.ter  K. M. Keid of Macleod, Alberta, a  former well known C.P.R. agent at"  Creston, was renewing acquaintances  in town at the first of the "week.  Creston and DistrTet Women's In  stitute will have charge of the targ day  on the second day of the. fair, Thursday, September 30th, the entire proceeds to go to the Children's Aid Society,   Vancouver. 'y..  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, Sept.  ADOLPHE MBKJOTJ  flobence virjoR  fall fair has a special call on' Creston  people, At least two families . from  here have beep taken care of by the  Children's Aid.  The windup to the rainy spell came  Wednesday night with a snow flurry  that showed white on the level Thursday morning*, y A cold wind blewt_out  of the north but only .three degrees of  frost were registered* "*-y  Mrs. Kelly,, wife of Creston's new  high school. principal, 'arrived last'  week to join her husband,'' and they  are occupyinf_Tthe Mrs. CotteriJ! residence on Victoria" Avenue", wbich they  have leased furnished.  Due to the regular meeting date  falling on- the last day of Creston's  fall fair, the next meeting of the Presbyterian    Ladies',, Aid   is   shifted   to  ��������� - *.        4    ' J*) t -^  Tueday afteinoonr September 28tb, at  3 o'clock,,at "Mrs." Henderson'e,  m  k HOMESITE  Uhsurveyed areas.  "The Grand Duchess  and the Waiter"  He wasn't much as a waiter.  But as a lover!  -  And you'll admit tbe Gran*)  Duchess was worth "while  '"waiting" for.  The 100% love comedy.  General Change  ������������������...������������������ f  .  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ;'..-      - ;��������� -1*  Xffam Service  ��������� '���������'%'Zy ' "yEffective.s ���������;>"'������������������  Sunday, Sept. 26th  "For details pleaao  consult  W. B. MARTIN,  Ticket Agent.  Simf^mfag*  Cam   were  at   Creston  be-  on  COAL AND WOOD  LETHBRIDGE DIAMOND and CARBON  Also Blacksmith's Coal  COAUN STOCK ALL THE TIME.  HAY AHD OATS FOR SALE  Ip-atCte������ H.IBABONA.13I-1B3  I������f I03NTH SO  mmmmmmmmmm  Mr. and Mrs. Geo.  tween trains callers  Monday;"     v  Mr. and Mrs. Brawn, who have been  occupying the Fasnuzzo house, have  this week moved into apartments over  the residence occupied by Mr. and  Walthers. "*��������� '-  Kev. S. Newby had a fai*- turnout  for his Church, of England service on  Sunday night. He will probably have  a harvest thanksgiving service .on his  visit the third Sunday in October.  Sirdar had its first frost touch *��������� of  the season on Monday morning, but  as the vegetable crop is mostly all  shipped little damage whs done.       (  At the North, PascuzzcT and  Lorn  b-irdo ranches   tbe season  is almost  two weeks earlier than usual, "and the  picking of winter varieties  of apples  will be under way this week, '  - Mr. and Mrs. Heap, Mrs. Whiteside  and Mrs. Martin wej^HUrefBton caHers  on Sunday, going tip in the latter's  Dodge sedan, which fust reached  Sirdar about a wceC ago. *     *  Parties from Bonners Perry; Idaho,  and Saskatoon, Saek.,"have bopn  here  in the past few days looking over the'  Ashley Cooper launch "���������Royal" which  Is offered for sale.    t  ' ;  Pour auto loads of gipsies motored  througn westbound on Thursday last,  having come In to Onnado from Newr  York state, hauling to* Oiillfornln.  Tho first birth at Kuskanook in years  was recorded on the 10th, When a  brand new member was added to lhe  gipsy party, though Its arrival did  not delay the "caravan from going  aboard the Btcaraber tho same afternoon the newcomer put In nn appoar-  anco, -^  Geo. Jannen Is'keeping up theroput-  ���������ria'tlon of K'-ml-ntso*-*!: f-nv ���������q.t-ilc!*: vejjofc-  ablc production. By tho ond! of tho  week he will be supplying Sirdar  cu&ttf" mora with a second crop of  turnips, those latter having developed  since he dug Che early potatoes. In  tho flower garden the . tourists are  tkdmh-.iig tho ihuhltan,. particularly.  some or tbowi measuring eighteen  inaheS'in oirouuifereuce.  IMPERIAL   BANK  C. W. MlAN,-  ���������OP CANA&A  CRESTON BRANCSH,  COMMERCE  ANNOUNCEMENT  I  am still   in a  position   io   sell you any car  you  wish  at  same price   as  the dealer in such  make   can,   and  will   give you   the   same  reliable service to   the car of your choice.  REMEMBER, I STILL HANDLE FORD CARS  along: with' all. other   lines,   and . Parts   to  ,   .: repair- any car I sell.  BEVAN'S  GARAGE  Exclusive Ford Dealer  CRESTON  BOBE-I  We are now in a position to supply  /   * all your needs in  GAS - Lubricants  Is UAL UIL  The quality of all the Canadian Oil Compajiy products  is too well known to need comment and the price is  right-^-made in Canada, too.   One trial will convince  you that SILVERLIGHT IS THE COAX. OIL TO  use.    Bnrns  with   a   clear   flame   and   no  smoke.  Cereals. Sugar, Nails, *&c, always in stock  FARMERS'SUPPLY DEPOT  i  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  MEAT MERCjHANTS  V-* ���������"        ���������'^i-m"- ''I, I        I ,     <Aj,������jr     I    I-,. ^  TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  *r*w ������ Wirt a r v ftyc a M#rov   ti*t'f*wmT'K')d  ^j.JUS^r^JLr/\jL*������^   %+KjC.*\7a/3ML.m.M ,   HUM. ISLES.  tiovvrunieut gratiecl, htigiiest tiuaiity.  - FRESH and CURED FISH  all varletS-aa.  Choicest BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS* IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  Incw������ttB������e egg production and produces better poultry.    Buy tho best. "  *(H8S**B  artaMaaawaMaMMMMMHM :')���������.--*-  THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,   B.    C.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Heavy rains in Western Japan have  drowned thirty persons and destroyed  about 4,500  houses.  The jewelry "left by the late Queen  Alexandra has" been valued at more  than $6,000,000, it is understood.  It is officially announced that the  Duke of "York, King George's second  son, will visit Australia to open parliament in the new capital, Cam-  berra.  It is reported that the Bill Smith  -claims on East Bay_at Red, Lake, have  been .^aken over by the'. Guggenheim  interests of Ne?v York. Assays' are  said to run very-high in-silver, gold,  nickel,  zinc and copper.  Hon. A. J. McLean, former minister  of public works in Alberta, has been  ��������������������������� appointed manager of all the big ranch  and farm holdings of the estate of the  late George Lane in Alberta. This  includes the famous Bar "V" ranch.  Joseph Samuel Barker, vice-president of the Maple Leal: Milling Company, who died, in Toronto on June 6,  left an estate valued at $33,470, oi'  y which one-third, consisted of real  estate   and  the  rest  personally.  The gross earnings of the. Canadian  National Railways for the week ended  July 14," 1926, were $4,952,030 as compared with $4,426,722, for the same  periad of 1925, an increase of $525,308,  . or twelve per cent.  Confirmation has been obtained that,  the Wayagamack Pulp and Paper Company of Canada will take up an option  on the Island of Anticosti in the Gulf  of St. Lawrence, now owned by Senator Menier, of France. The purchase  price is said to be six million dollars.  The King has approved, the appointment of Sir Ronald Lindsay as ambassador at Berlin.,. Sir Ronald has  been ambassador -at Constantinople  since 1925. His post will be taken  over by Sir Geo. Russell-Clerk, minister at Prague.  Viscount -YVillingdon, who is to succeed Baron Byng as Governor-General'  of Canada, has been appointed by His  Majesty a knight of the grand cross  of the ord.er of St. Michael and St..  George, the London Gazette announces.  More than 60,000 acres of splendid  crops were laid waste when a tornado,,  accompanied by a hail and rainstorm,  j-wept across the sparsely settled districts of Waldron, Gerald. Atwater  ' and Spy Hill,. Sask.. killing one and  injuring   fiw poisons.  Practically as much money has been  invested in Alberta Government, savings certificates to date this year as  for th**- whole of 3 925. The figures for  last, ypav, covering the entire twelve  monilis, w������>re f2.14S.515. and to the end  of June this year, covering ihe first  hair only of 1926. $2,100,706 had been  accounted   for.  ...-"_  OUR CROSSWORD PUZZLE  LARGEST PEONY FIELD IN CANADA  ,Vie*w showing a field of 50,000 "peonies in bloom at' the Prairie Nurseries,  Estevan. Reading from lefty to right: Dr. J.yP. ' Creightpny ML. A.; Mayor Ar  M. Tasey; Hon. T. C. Davis, "Minister in charge of the yBureau of Labor and  Industries for Saskatchewan; -E. J. Cainpbell, President of the Estevan Board  of-Trade-;   and Commissioner Thos. M. Molloy.  7  Slavery! In this Congo  Belgian Publio Opinion Ready to Hear-  Plain   Truths. About   Conditions  Enlightenedy  Belgian,   opinion, with  the King and Crown Prince taking the  lead,  appears  ready    to    hear    many  plain  truths  regarding exploitation of  the   colored   races when   the  International conference on the Christian mission iu Africa assembles at Le  Zouie,  Belgium,  Sept.  14.      Many  Protestant  missionaries will be in attendance and  they Jean be counted on to deal  faithfully with  the various colonial administrations.      In    return,    the    British,  French   and   Portuguese   missionaries  will be invited to hear equally searching  evid.ence   regarding  their   policies  and those of their governments.     -The  ; King of the Belgians says: "The Congo  Umd    its    inhabitants**-have    produced  largely   and   brought   much   money   to  the home country.      Let us never forget  that  colonization    must '  find    Its  justification in the moral progress and  material welfare of the native population.      Is not this moral and material  progress the necessary'  condition.-of  the future output of colonial undertakings?       \Ve have a moral'responsibility  towards   the     native     populations  whose government we have assumed."  Joint  Soreness  Subdued,  Swellings Quickly Reduced  Wonderful Results From  Rubbing the  Sore Parts With  NERVILINE  Alberta Premier Coal Producer  Largest   Tonnage   of   Coal   in   Canada  Mined   In   Alberta  I Hit his- 1525. Canada produced some  13.1^-;.66S tons of coal, valued, at $49,-  2������>1 ,<*",]. accord ine io a report issuet*  b- thr-- Dominion bureau of siatisjtfca.  Albor*-* h**'d the pro mi or position with  sn ouiput of 5.tS������>fi.<.������'n ion;-, which  wrt<- f.7f..r.'-2 ion*-, above "3 921 production. IJ'in-"!) ���������r-ilu'iibiit kIiowpi] :i  Flight a-Ivs-nt*:-- of 2,5.-12,252 tons tn  1925.  Tii'-ro   n-.-r*"'  1.512    f-;ii,-!ri"-i]  or   about    thf  whom   r!3,2''f'.',,i'9  find, ","-,'i'''���������*-'.  "My testimony should convince anyone that 'Nerviline' is a. splendid preparation to use on swelled joints. Rheumatism left me badly crippled," writes  Amos F. Floury,  from  Kingston.      "I  1���������Steps.  * 5  Hat,- dealers.  11���������Exclamation   of    regret.  12���������A tropical-plant.  13���������Male ot* various animals.  14���������Steep.-.  15���������Rage.  1-6���������Person spoken to.  17���������Since.  IS���������Extra.  19���������Larceny.  20���������Peasant.  21���������Row.  22���������A small island.  24���������Capture by force.  25-^Depart.  27���������-Stretched tight.  28���������Lubricates.  29���������Liquid juice of  plants.  30���������Urge.  31���������Medieval war club.  -Stake  ���������Thus.  -Gist.  35���������Digger.  36���������Rapid, onset.  37���������Valuable mineral,  38���������Magnify.  40���������Only.  *  41���������Near.  42���������Shin's officer.  43���������Flat bottomed boat.  44���������Imitate.  45���������Genuine.  46���������Emmets.  *"     Vertical  1���������Sycophants.  '2k���������-Beers.  3���������Domesticated,   mammal.  4���������Prural   suffix.  - 5���������Part of. harness.  6���������Land measure.  7���������Toward.  8���������The upper air.  9���������Top covering.  10-  12-  15-  16-  18-  19-  20-  21-  23-  24-  25-  26-  28-  29-  -Blacken. "  -Sod.   ,  -Defensive work.  -Personal pronoun.  -Assemble.  -Leans.      -    -   '  -Chunk of metal.  -Story.  -Starchy fobtl.  -Wealthy.  -Windstorm..  7Runs.  ^Vow.  -Fine gravel.  31���������Anything   that dims.  32.���������Hoard.  34���������Whiter.  35���������Shed feathers.   ���������  36���������Point of time.  37���������Shallow bell.  38���������Printer's   measures.  39���������Indian memorial post  40���������Heavenly body.  41���������Skillful.  43���������Mixed type.  44���������Article.  Printed  Frocks   the   Vogue  "Occasions  Whjgn you are tired of the elaborate  frbelt; you will find joy. in donning one  fashioned after the simple lines of the  niodel pictured here.      it "will serve its  went lo McKay's Drug Store and they j-wearer with unlimited smartness and  re.com mended Nerviline, which res tor  ed me completely."  For Rheumatic pains, Lumbago,  Sciatica, you will get lasting satisfaction rrom a 3*"c bottle of Nerviline.  Sold  everywhere.  Development   Of   Wireless  In  -.���������5,032  jj'-oplc.  infludSnr  finplo,- -a'as,   ongaged   tn  iiiinr-H   during    1925,   to  \vni--   ji;t I(J   in   .--alu.ri<-!*���������.  While  gor.s on  man  air  pick   up  U'h-'ii a nisin is i-'lo.. h������- oxp-'ClK tin-*  v<-:.-| <.r thf family lo Mop ovory-  thlng  an������l   ll.st������*n   in  hi*-*  groan?-.  Stomach Upset?  Food or water may cause ������evere  abdominal pmns, but you can  relieve  the  agony  at  once with  Chamberlain's Colic &  ,   Diarrhcfea Remedy .  Passengers   On    Huge   Air   Liners  Germany May. Talk  With Tele-   ���������  "a.  phone Subscribers  ntshing through  air,   passen-  Iho huge air liners ofthe tier-  Vervloe  soon  will   be  able  to  ;i   wii'flesH telephone receiver  nnd,   df.spitf!   the   roar   or   throe   120-  hornepovver motors, talk with any tele-  phone  subsorlbor In any .large city  in  CJf rmany.     Wireless  telephone  pxperi-  ��������� men is   between   pilota   on   two   of   the.  night    air   routes   and   landing   fields  Iuivh pro.fti HiicooBHful .      A idiot circling   nvi'i'   Stockholm,   Sweden,   In   n  thun<loi"Htorro. talked  with  Templohor-  i-i"   Fit*hi,   Hoi-lin,   for   ftvo   nilnulow.  utility, if fashioned, from one of the  attractive priuted materials, using a  plain color for neck facings, collar,  long "lie, and trimming se'ctlon at the  sides. The bodice part of the frock  is semi-fitted with the lower edge of  the skirt, rippling into a flare at the  sides. Designed with a view to slenderizing the large figure,-No. 1359 Is  in sizes 3S, 40. 42. 44, 4.6 and 48 inches  bust. Size 40 bust requires' %% yards  figured material, and \% yard.*; plain,  contrasting.      Price 20.cents."      ' ���������'.  Home sewing brings nice clothes  within ,,-fhe reiuh or all, and toy follow  the xvrorie is delighlful when it "can be  done so easily and economically by  following the styles pictured in . out'  new Fashion Book. A chart, accom-  pttnying eiich pa Horn 'sIiojvb the material as It appeai-ay when cut put.  Every detail is explulricjd, so that the  inexperienced sower oan make without -difficulty nn nt.tvnct.ive dress. Price  of tlio book 10 cents the copy.  Pale   Western Cutworm  Courses To Be Followed To Deal With  Infestation  The   pale   western   cutworm,  as  Its  name implies, has so far confined its  operations  to- the west.      it made its  first appearance in* injurious numbers  in Alberta fifteen years ago, according  to Mr. H. L. Seamans of the entomological  laboratory   at  Lethbridge,   Alberta, in his ^recently issued pamphlet  dealing with the pest.    TThis ��������� particu:  larjcutworni is of a uniform slate-gray  cplor'S with .'a light yellowish head, on  the   front  of   which  are   two  distinct  short black dashes.      During a severe  outbreak   this > insect,   says   Mr.   Sea-  mans, may destroy thousands of: acres  of grain.      A heavy secondary loss is  also possible due to the reseeding ot  devastated fields .while the cutworms  are    still    present.      If    there is any  doubt  as  to  the  species  of- cutworm  causing   damage    the    finder   should  place  a  few specimens  in  a tin box  with a little moist earth and dispatch  It   to   one   of   the   Dominion   entomological laboratories which are located  at    Lethbridge,' Alberta;    Saskatoon\  Answer to Last Week's Puzzfo--  fSlCi   ���������   rnVmrnM***   fCj IH? K>h3||MmJ IIA# EgggSlAii m\ IKfl  "Sv  Road  Signs  British Columbia Soon to Have Motor  Roads   Wei!   Marked  Every important road ih British Columbia  will  soon be  marked for  the  convenience of travellers with official  warning signs.      These -signs are "under preparation and. will be turned out  in   thousands  shortly  for, installation  all over the province.  . The, official signs will warn motorists of dangerous eurves and grades.  All points where cars must stop before  Up {entering  a*--main, highway  under  the  Sask.;  an& Treesbank, Manitoba  to the present    no    absolute    control I new- government highway regulations  method  has  been  discovered,  but  by twill be   clearly   marked  in  this  way.  cultural methods it is possible to pre- Railway crossings where motor busses  must come to a full ; stop before proceeding, also will be marked.'  vent an Infestation in a particular  field the following year. Fields  whitfh^ are to be summerfallowed  should be worked early and. thoroughly cultivated tos destroy all the weeds.  In tlie pamphlet, which Is obtainable  free from the Publications Branch, Ottawa, ot  Earlier   Delivery of Cable Letters  Cable letters  to Great Britain, Ireland and Holland will hereafter be de-  jlivered on the morning following the  from any of the,laboratories,'date of filing or as soon thereafter na  definite  Instructions  are given  the    course    to.    be    followed  as  to i their transmission is completed up to  nt. all J onTTp.m. Greenwich.      Tliis ihfoj"ma-  How To Order1 Patterns  BAKKll'S  logtu*   and  OVKNtf -Writ.- for rant-  lint ol u������od ovafne.  lliil.lnjKl <)\fii < ijiap.Hi.. , . .<h. <.f...-������"ji  W'4X I. To'oiifo.  vt^mtll^^m00m^0^^00^0mH&m4&44i^/m^m+*^'*4mmm40*Mmmm**tmm&*i*mmm*&*m0*^****mm^mim*^4*m&mmm  THV NtEW meNOM RBMatOV. No.f  StrrHERAPIpN-ftS  |������*.l rr>r *\������*4.r C.tmrr*.  mta. 9t������* ������I<m������.j1 ������  .|iktnni������*a������������jt. Wto.������r������rCl-������*������������l*W*������l>in������ii������������a  6cal4  hr l*������Hl������g CHJfMiaiJI.   ������r   f������l������f* ������w������ll   !>"������*���������  i������.L-JCtlll>*ClJ������4.C������.W������������������r������t������tliK4.NW.������.I.������������i������-l  sv.  v  i.'.   j������:m  DislnteQratiort of a Mountain /  A niouriiiiln Sh oriiuihllng to ploco**  riour <.'r#rili>\a AIuhIui duo io tho pl'eiv  Miri.- of a glaclor at ltfi btiKO, An ln-  hport ion of ilie uiounlaln wjih msirto  ii'ifa. a"i-.a/ir,>'i" h:-������! .if-ri ;<���������'��������� *-l���������.���������������������������������������! i\ix\*  a voltHno wan iii M'tipiUin, A duvt  cloud ai-lxlng from ioiih ol rook jilli"'  Itti-', fituii iho tnouitlalii pralf had boon  njlHiak--u for unoko. On tho inoun-  thlinxfdo fnrthoKi from 'tbo glue loo,  niHHWr. of jo������K of fioiti 5f'</ to 2,<)Ci()  Ioiim Inlo i ioilU'ii! ly i ijij-.h dov-ii lo :\  vfitlov   bolow  with   a  thuffnlni,   roi.i-.  Address���������Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  175   McDcrmot   Ave..   Winnipeg  Pattern No .....Size.  N**������we  Town  stages" either to cleal with the Infe-Rration when revealed or to prevent ita  occurrence or recurrence,  .... *..,  > ��������� *.������ 4 ��������� . ,  A hIkii over n garage in u Hiniill  wokioiii town rou lis as follows:  "t'"-o i-roiiulni*  paru-.      No nubulltutcs  i ..  World's Non-Stop Flight Record  Aviators    Travel    2,940    Miles    In    29  Hours  Cnptnln Jurler and Lieut. Dordll-  lers luwe established a new .world's  non-stop flight record, travelling 2.940  miles'in 29 hours.  The aviators started from Paris and  liindod ut Omsk, Siberia.  Tho former record was established  In June -wlion the Arrachart Brothers  flow from Paris to tHV* Persian C*^-rlr.  A moBsago from tho fllero says that  thoy encountered storms all along the  route nnd that their gasoline tunic-.  wore prucllciilly empty when' thoy  lundod.  tion is contained'fn an-announcement  received by" the Canadian National  Telegraphs' from the Anglo-American  Telegraph Company, which also states  thiit cable letters will no longer be  held until the uniform hour of noon.  Oo messages such ns tliese the rates  arc $1.10 for ��������� the ' initial' 20 words to  Grout Britain, and Ireland ntid"$1.60 to  Holland, excess, words costing pIx  nnd eight cents respectively.  J_AO&>Jj.Xu.Cala'   ������  nro his food,  wttoilvn l������*K."  A?k tin*    nuin    with   a  Some .*5phlcf webs nrc p.o r.trong that  birds can bo caught in them.  Spread Minard's on brown paper  and apply to the throat. Also  Inhale.      Quick relief risfiurod.  Si  H  ������������������Wa'*^Mt'^J8K''ft'0.'*^  ���������^ I W**ii^_i^l ^ j8-.ji_ijSv.Jf ?.  J������;.'a-.ji -..;���������.:  Z-A'-A-  Mhe  review, creston,  b.  a  /������*~  ^���������7-C ^ R EFU tl* Y ��������� '&H6W-,  &j>yrightI925by U.L.GATE&  Published by arrangement with"^ First   National   Pictures,  Inc.  llW>J-|PI>Wim^  WtMWIWmMMiMIMMN-  iMiu������iiirtiwi'iiutoSSi������M������i  wlrirtimwi-wniaini  Kenilworth���������he was of the sort she  was -ftiost accustomed to, - only, -of  .course,-- he was the super-kind that  would", press to his lips whatever ribbons might come-to his' finger_tips at  night;-and blow them to the-winds in  the "morning  without  regard'Tor  silk  Or CG*<_<>n.  She would' always have to -be on her  guard against^ Brandon. - If Kenilworth carried out the threat which  lurked in his calculating ep*es as he let  them sweep over her, she'd checkmate him, easily. Considering all persons of the other sefc - as -hunters,'  Joanna fell to wondering what would  be the. tactics of such a"man as 'Kenilworth who, not being by any means  yQung, must have had divers experiences. She was brought sharply out  oL this reflection by tlie young woman  with the black hair, whom  "had called Yvonne.  Brandon  sity of the gods, doesn't it? Something like a 'gracious gift,' if I remember my mythology aright. Gods, like  gifthorses, mustn't be looked in the  mouth. Not-even -by the loveliest of  their favorites. ' My advice to Miss  Manners is,, to never wori^y ~over the  source of her dramatic good fortune,  but proceed, to hire as many pipers to  make*music for her as she wants to  pays." - ..  Yvonne laughed a silvery little  laugh that Joanna envied. "And  3*ou, Roddy,< are dying to offer yourself as one of the original pipers," she  accused. To    Joanna    she    added  brightly:  He's a*- beast of prey, this Roddy.  He has the same accessories in* every  port- that a-sailor is supposed to^hav-j  put away for his shore leaves". You  must never - take him seriously. Especially  when  he  makes   furious-lovt  Best bf all Fly Killers-^lOc and  25c per packet at all Druggists,  Grocers and General Stores.  :  British Poise  ���������If Kenilworth  eyes, she'd checkmate  calculating <  "Don't you  all know  it's  horrid,  to   to   you."-     Kenilworjh   raised' a   pro-  have   to  pretend,"   Yvonne   said,   sud- j testing  hand,   but   Yvonne   continued,  nod.ding at him.  'Oh,    you'll  denly, allowing her fingers to flutter  over Joanna's wrist, "that we aren't  bubbling over with excitement  Miss Mariners* amazing newij? 1,  for one, must tell her how thrilling 1  think it must be."  Joanna gave her  a grateful glance. ] fiderice that Joanna resolved to prac-  "There   doesri*t  seem   to  be   anything \ tice as soon as she was home:  "H.e'11  Kenilworth. - -' He -acknowledged it by  putting down 'his. cocktail glass.  ,^ "I- don't know -whether you mean  it or not," he said.- "but you are* saying to me that with so much danclns  to be done'- before -they turn us out  you'd like to "be getting- busy. ..^ May  iQonsider that I'm,.right?"   '-  When they were on the floor Joanna  asked him to repeat Yvonne's narnt*.  "I didn't hear, or I didn't understand  it," she explained. .���������  "Yvonne will/ do, quite satisfactorily," Kenilworth assured her. -, "Whoever knows her knows her welienough  to forget tbe rest* ot* it���������if he can!  Anyhow, its- Coutant���������the Yvonne  Coutant you' read about. There's a  husband here tonight, off in a corner  some place. But I don't know which  one it is, the first or the last. No  use asking her. She's probably tor-  gotten."   ���������   -~_  Yvonne    Coutant! "       Now    Joanna.  knew   why   her' face   had   fascinated  her;   why- it   had   seenied   so  vaguely  familiar!      Each marriage a sensation,  and' each divorce agfeaterone.   _.She  had seen her pictured regularly in _the  Sunday v newspapers���������that     part     of  them  which  she  really  looked at,  the  illustrated   pages.       She   remembered  Yvonne   Coutant   divorcing   a   college  boy  she'd run away  with.    A  college  bey,  who was  a scion oT a family, or  something like that.      Yvonne Coutant  engaged  to  another  millionaire's   son,  and     then     to     an   Egyptian   prince.  Yvonne     Coutant    a_t     Monte     Carlo,  shocking     English     duchesses     with  gowns that." wouldn't be allowed even  in the movies���������-ene_.hewspaper had described them just-that'wa3r.      And In  the most daring of" beach costumes at  Deauvilie.      Then married to the famous kuthor and  promptly  divorced in  Paris..    .Joanna    knew"   her    Sunday-  papered-history as girls.of another day  knew   their   cook  books.    -' The -Paris  buyer   for  the   store  had   sent over "a,  Temperament,     Stability     and     True  Sportsmanship of the   British"   -  *  -\ ^ People    ���������.  .  1 The conduct, temper and. general be-'  havioffof the British people .during the"  great strike have called forth merited words of praise. To no nation  was the'unmistakable rebuke to communism more pleasing:than to United  States, where ' the foreign element** is  "always threatening" and where the real  temperament,- stability and true sportsmanship - of. the genuine - Britisher is,  perhaps,'least-understood.  The whole world is Indebted to  England, for-- a system "of government  that works wherever it is apjplied, for  p. judicial system and code of. laws  which are yet unexcelled, Tor a. spirit  of true .sportsmanship that allows the  ��������� strongest- adversary a fair chance, and  now -the Mother La^nd has. with poise  and dignity <��������� given such a rebuke to  communism as to win the admiration  of the world.���������Farmer's Advocate.  A  Modern Cinderella  London Saleslady is .Society Debutante  At Royal  Court  A Cinderella in real life has been  found by London society.  Miss Dorothy Knaggs, daughter, ot  Lady Knaggs. was presented as a society debutante at the* most recent  brilliant Royal Court at Buckingham  Palace. She was sponsored, by Lady  Cadham, her aunt and wife of the  chairman of thr- Groat Anglo-Persian  Oil Companf.  It has now been discovered that at  8 o'clock on the morning after the"  court, Miss Dorothy Knaggs, saleslady,  presented herself for duty at a brg  department store. None of "tfer fellow workers knew anything about the  presentation.  Carrpit  With.  VQuf  Or - m  IffMGLEYS  Keeps teeth  clean, breath sweet,  appetite keen and  Spcmraln*  Doubfemint  Juicy Frulr  and Nip*  \\\ mJJfo Every Meal   ~]ffi  High in Food Value; Low in Cost  Ask if our Grocer- for our Famous  Sardine Cook Boo������   It is FRE&  S10  DOWN BUYS A  REMINGTON  PORTABLE   Typewriter  Balance hi Easy MONTHLY Payments  Write for partlrulars to our nearest ofllce  Remington Typewriter Co. of Canada, Limited.  Wlai������lpcK-2U* Notre Damp Ave.. CalRary-1 10 StxU���������������  Ave. West, Vancouvw-556 Seymour Street.  a  -  The Friend of All Sufferers.���������Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil is a valuable  remedy to^all those who suffer pain.  It holds out hope to everyone and realizes it b.y stilling suffering everywhere.  It is a, liniment that, has the blessing;  of  half   a   continent.       It   is   on  ,   Baldwin   Deluged  With   Pipes  Tobacco  pipes,  new and old,  cheap  and   expensive,   of  every   conceivable  ! design   aud   variety, have   been show-  sale ! ered upon. Stanley Baldwin, the prime  dross, one time, which he said was 311  i       -_.-,    ���������_,���������    be    making    love    to j exact    copy.- of    lhe model worn by  about; her  before  the  evening's   out."       Sue | yVonne" Coutant   at   the   Longchamps  lurned again to Joanna, and informed "races.      Tho store designers had add-  everywhere'and can be found wherever  enquired for. '  ^  Little Helps For This Week  minister, in. such numbers that it has  become a problem "ai No. 10 Downing  Street as to what is to be done with  1 hem. -  ,, ^nd   thou--shalt be secure,  there ia hope.���������Job ix., IS.  because  her, with a trick of dropping her voice  into   the   inflections" of   a   mock   con  else. I can think about," s"hey admitted!i start in with your eyes, my dear  "I f    I    only ���������'���������-' knew.    ' why -!   an d~-from  whom!' " ,-.:. '7-.7.7* 7    ��������� ': ' 7   .  "Let's    see,"      Kenilworth      mused  alcfud, Joanna stands I'or some gehero-  ne  pin  RUN  Bj^h OF BftBY  Ottawa. Woman Made Strong by  Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Comj  Ottawa, Ontario. ��������� -'! was terribly .  run-down after the birth of my third  baby. I had awful bearing-down pains  and was nf raid I had serious trouble.  I waa tired all the time and had no  appetite. My sister-in-law is taking  Lydia E, Pinkham's- Vegetable Compound and cannot praise it too highly  and naked me to try it. I have had  splendid results and feel fine all the  time now. Any one-who needs a  thorough .pick-me-up soon learns  from mc what to take."���������Mrs. Ren a  P,VQUiN, 320 Cumberland Street, Ottawa, OntarIor  Terrible Backache  I-Tamiltoii, Ont.��������� "After my baby  was born I had terrible backache and  hoadachcH. I could not do my work and  felt tired from the firat minute I %ot  up. But worst of all were the pains  in my sides when I moved about. 1  had to ait or lie down for a while afterwards.. I could keep my house in  iinUe**,' but inanj" things had to go undone* at tho time, because of. my ailment.*-. I was told by a neighbor to  take Lydia E. Pinkbartvta Vegetable  Compound, as sho said itSwould build  me up. I was relieved before I had  taken tho tirst we bought and have  "not had any trouble like it since." ���������  Mra. T, MAitKU*. 115 Ferguson Avenue South, Hamilton, Ontario,.*.,u  U*.    N.    U,    I03������  has   a   fancy   that  young   women  tlieir  faith in their eyes and old women on their complexions."-    -T"  ��������� -*-.������������������ ,���������*: -       - .   ���������  "Don't let her mislead you," Kenilworth pleaded. "She has me cou  fused, with 'someone else. She is  positively libelous. I never begin  with the eyes, as I'll  soon  as possible!" '  "Vou see!"_ Yvonne exclaimed-.-' "He  prepared you foi* his onslaughts. You  must tell nieVi once If I am right.  It'll be^ 1he eyes I'm sure. They're  quite pretty you know. > I can fancy  him raving over them."    \  Brandpri came to Joanna's rescue.  "She will survive, even*Roddy, I'm  sure," he commented. "She has a  most' 4 disconcert ing way of putting  the proper people In the right  places."  Over the coffee .Ihey talked of Iho  money, of Graydon, and Eggleston-���������  and quite, understood Joanna's inability  tqmnfee plans. As olten as alio cotiid.,  Joanna watched Yvonne, "and 'studied  her. Slie was of the kind thai ���������seldom comes to tho silk counter of a do-  parimcut at ore.' Joanna decided she  was a bright oxiimplo of the butterfly  who hovers gaily over the' most desirable gardens in that world to which  "Miss-Twenty-seven of the. sl!k������,*" had  stood no closer Ih**n tho farthest, edge  until tonight. And she thought that  Yvonne wa.3 deliberately reaching out  lo later, a.", ii Jo bring her iv'tli'a ,s(*jjjo  common bond. Immediately, though,  she considered if this tooling worn not  born or her own self-consclousuesH,  She concluded she would huve to  l������.ii'n, noon, to..take these new people,  who lived among tho hilltops and  knew tlu-- real way-* she had. always  Imitated, as sho found them. With  I this   re-solve   hIh*   hiii lieu*   bii{{hi\ly   at [  ed four inches to the back and front,  and put on shoulder straps, and mSde  of it a best selling' number in 'the  -.four hundredi dollar class. And she,  .loanna, yesterday morning "Miss  Twenty-seven," had talked with her:  Hud talked arid held her: own witn  her! '' .;   ��������� 7 '���������'...  "Did you really mean that her hus-.  band actually is here, tonight*?" sh,e  asked her companion.'" "-Q  "One of them> K I spot, him I'll  prove to you aa i give you a nudge. He's with a new,  flame. ~ Yvonne went over to' them,  awhile a(?6, to seo what she's like.  Says she's the kind that has gold-en  weddings," " '  (To bo continued)  . __, ^ .,...���������- ���������    .������  V'.yoti have to have a pull to get along  in  this  world.      Ask any  fellow who  has tried to make the varsity cre-vir.-'-.  * - -       -  ��������� - ���������" ���������'���������  And, as in sparkling majesty a star  Gilds    the    bright    summit- of some  gloomy cloud, ���������'        *  Bright'ning    the    half-veiled    face    ol  heaven afar;  So when  dark thoughts  my boding  spirit shroud,  Sweet Hope!   celestial influence rouna  me shed, .  Waving    thy    silver    pinions o'er my  head.  ���������John Keats.  Hope    is    the    cordial of the human  heart..  , ���������Robert Burns  Hope never, hurt anyone, never yet  interfered -with .duty; nay, Always  strengthens to the performance of  duty, gives courage, and clears the  judgment. SairifPaul says, "We are  saved by, hope." *  ��������� ��������� George MacDonald.  SAVE THE CHILDREN  In^Sumnaer When Childhood Ail-*"  ments Are Most Dangerous  Mothers "who keep a box of Baby's  Own Tablets iri the *hduse may feel  that the lives of their little ones are-  reasonably safe during the hot weather. Stomach troubles, cholera infantum and diarrhoea carry off thousands of'little ones every summer, la  most cases because the mother does  not have a safe medicine at hand to  give promptly. Baby's Own Tablets  relieve these troubles, or if given occasionally to the well child they wilt  prevent their coming on. The Tan-  lets are guaranteed by a government  analyst to be absolutely harmless  even to the new-born babe. They are  especially good, in summer because;  they regulaie the bowels and keep the  stomach sweet and pure. They aro  sold by medicine dealers or by mall  at 25 cents; a box from The Dr. Williams' "Medicine Co., Brockville, "Ont.  The miagut, a Mexican tree, supplier  from its bark a thread, three times as  ��������� strong as ordinary cotton.  ECZEMA IN  Fresh, Supplies in Demand.���������-"Where'-  evei" Dr. Thqmas'. Eclc<ctric Oil has  been introduced Increased supplies  have been ordered, showing that j  wherever 11. goes this excellent Oil  impresses its power on the people. No  matter in what latltud-e it may be found  Its potency is never impaired."    It*Is  put up In most portable shape in hot-     , .  ,     ������, s     .   r      .i _  ties and can be carried withom Upav ot \ l>Mo^ disorganized   for three week*.  breakage. i tho society reporter refers to Is as .**  -��������� .y..^--'-;----" --r~' j "quiet home wedding."���������Detroit News.  -     Military  Guard For   Bank  Troops  Minard's Liniment for Sore  Feet  As  Much As He  Knew  After the household has been  com-  of  t  Lasted About a Year.  Healed by Cuticura.  " My scalp started to get red antl  itchy and had n. burning feeling,  Later eczema broke out in the form  of a rash and ttpread to my face and  body. It wan Itchy nil the time, and  my woplcn clothing made It worse.  My face wan disfigured, and my  hair fell out and got dry. The  trouble lasted about a year.  " ! began '-.ifllng Cul'cura. Ro������p  and Ointment and after using one  cake of Cuticura Soap and one box  of Cuticura Ointment I wa* healed."  (Signed) Minn Alice Blckell, R.K.  S. Woodville. Ont.  Dally use of Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Tnlcurn helps to prevent  skin troubles.  fUitivL B������������b fr** *������J* UtA\- A<t*\*****" f-J*i-������i������l������"i  Ii.aiiailj "MmOiomi, tW-. "Uonljr������*l." I'rlr*. Soap  ���������a;^   (llnlmam ������ ������a������(l Mc 'i'al������um S*n.  Cuticur* Sln������������inu MMck Ztic.  liuni ii ii in i.il'i. .*"������������������ r'l"*"���������"���������"���������"������������������r--"n- -" ������������������*B���������r���������Wiirr-**!  On    Duty    At    th0    Batik  ' -     -England ������very Night  The   custom   of   having   a   military  guard  at the.Bank of Knglatid  dates  back to the time of the Lord George  Gordon  riots  .when    the"   bank    was  threntoned  by the mob, und  only  relieved   by.  the   sokMers.       Kvet*   since ���������  then  u. guard of one onicer,   two  *sn������i-.  geunls, two corporals, a. (lrummer, arid;  29  prlvalea   has-been   on   duty, *t here ���������  every night, coming off nt sis: or seven ���������  in the morning, atfcordirig to tin.*  t*i.*a-,  son of the year."  By cu.sloni, tin* guard j  in tho gueMt of the blink, tho olllcer In \  piirtlcular  being  given   il   railier  cere-1  nionlal   dinner,   to   wii'cli   he   hu*>  tiiei  privilege of inviting two  frientls*.  ".Tnniesoii certainly had ���������* big bump;  on hifci head, v/hen he en me to the ofllce  yt-Hlerilny."  "All,   ho   told   me   that   thi*   girl* he  nuirried was a brick.  ii  DYSEITE&.Y  AND ALL  SUMMER COMPLAIHIS  Minard's  Liniment for all p.nina  1  Gives instantaneous Reli-efl  Tt 1i*������ *bo������i������ a lious^hohl retnea-ly for  over 81 j'-t-ara. You enn nlwey* rely;  en it in. time of need. ,  Mmwul'.iiJ-lnrj'-d only hr TJn������ T,  MUhuria Co., "Limited,, TorontOj Ont. mm  mmxmmm  ��������� *.  -'^>.-tr^rtT_;"n-'-r'a'.-jj"-"a| ;'���������  ME   CKESTC-M   BEVIEW  GRAND THEATR  FALL  FAIR NIGHTS  THURSDAY- FKIDAY  Sept. 30-0ct.  Local and Personal  Next Sunday is rally day at the Presbyterian Church at the 11.30 a.na. service, when the* address and music -will  be appropriate for for occasion. \  Skcondhatsd StO"BE���������-Alex. . Mir-  -abelii reminds all that his secondhand  store, next the shoes shop, is *weU  stocked up in all lines, and that he is  prepared to buy-anything.  "foliage treasurer Taylor expects a  considerable   rush ' of  business   next  | week in the way of tax payment to-  avoid the further   penalty of 15 per  cent, which is added' at. October 1st. $  The shooting season, which opened  on the 15th, was spoiled by the -unusually wet weather; * but those out last  week state that the ducks are avilable  in good quantity for so early in the  year.  W. S. Ireland of Wycli_E������e spent the  weekend with his family on the former Ungate ranch north of town. He  reported six inches of snow in part of  the Cranbrook area at tho end of the  week. ' n.  which proved about the most popular  feature comedy ever shown in Creston.      "^  There will be the usual fair night  dance at the Grand Theatre Ballroom  on Friday night, October 1st, with  popular pricea of admission, $1 to  gentlemen, and ladies 50 cents. Supper is extra.  Manager .Rodgers is offering Harold  "Lloyd   in   his   stellar" comedy,   --The  JUST THE  COAT Of  THE COLLEGE  WHO LONGED  FOR GRIDIRON  GLORIES AhID  POPULARIT  BUT  ONLY ONE  pfeRSOW  UNDERSTOOD  f  A Patf^ Picture  J 1CUOMJ   .OIKWi-**-   '���������*  Mr. and. Mrs. Gh M. Argue of  Nelson-^ere Visitors here a few days  tyx, the first jdtjbe-week; guests of Mr.  and Mrs. C|������^i|>Hare. Up till-about a  year a.nd^i,^_fttlf?ago Mr., Argue .was in  chargey-of-t^e^pBeattie-Oa^way/drugT  *tore,^andr*'Js"_vnow in charge of the  City "Drag .Company at Nelson.  ,  -. M. J. Boyd Is busy this week with a  i0 x 26-foot side addition fco Dr. gillie's 1  residence'on yVfctoria Avenue,- which  will be used st������^t"dentsil'rooi_n, in place  of the quhrfcers now. leased by the  doctor- oyer!"" the" ~ Mercantile store.  Fully modern equipment will be installed and the best possible dental service  provided.   1- .   , ,  At the September meeting of* the  village council permission was given  the roads and sidewalks committee to  proceed with the laying of a new walk  from the drugstore to the Mercantile  corner, and also to put a new walk  on Sirdar Avenue from Creston Grow-.,  ers, Limited office, to the Fiank firov-  azanno property.  . The fall fair finance committee  waited on'the vtllane commissioners  at the September meeting asking that  the grant to ehe_ fair be raised * from"  $50 to $7-5. which latter amount was  given in 1025, but the clerk has since-  notified the fair people that'the council is   unable   to" comply   with   their  Some very fffhcTbargains are offered  in village property to be sold .for  arrears of taxes on Thursday next At  the -municipal building." The t sale  starts at 10 a.iri. and there is likely to  be some bidding, as. several, enquiries  bave heen made for some of the property.  '       -      -'     " * -'-, ''- ' '  Following the wet" spell that prevailed ftorn,Wednesday until Sunday,  the weather had cleared up altnodt  perfectly for Sunday and Monday, hut  Monday night rain commenced again,  lasting till Wednesday -rfQon* ' Two  degrees of frost Was registered y* Monday morning..  CHEVROLET PRICES  ----- * ~-~'~f������?Z-*. k-AC- 7l"7l<*>*-,  "*i-.    '.jjh-.-"- - l-fv*5"i.'^".\i.,  Redtma&eS  -*--"  Roadster with high pressure tires   .Touring **-        --- *���������     ,  ' ....  Coupe���������with 29 3*. 4040 balloon tires.  Coach 4* ���������������    . Sedan-     k        *' ���������"���������    Landau Sedan ���������* ������������������ .__- J. "  Commercial Chassis with high pressure tires -..  Passenger Chassis with, high pressure tires   Utility Express Chassis SO x 5 tires  Extra for low pressure tires on Roadster & Touring.  Extra for Disc Wheels on I assenger-Models.   Biefcra for full cord tires ou Commercial Chassis.  ._ $ 814.0  _,     814;0  ._ 1,020.0  ��������� 1,020.0 "  .^ 1,134.00   -t9185.(tf>  .._ 662.00  ,_ . 652.00  ._ 805.00  ...������ "30.00  25.00  26.<X>  20.00  Freshman," fo/the two nights of fche  request.    Accounts    passed   for   pay  Friday,  Sept.  starting     at  fall fair, Thursday and  30 and October 1st,  8 o'clock prompt.  Come on time if you want a seat at  Trinity Church on Sunday night. It  is ra.ly day and the feature will be  Miss Siegel"s presentation of ������*The  Mountains." which will take the place  of tbe usual "sermon.  Rev. Dr. Douglas of "Vancouver,  travelling superintendent of B.C.  Presbyterian missions, paid Creston  an official visit on Monday night  wnen there -**jas' a meeting in the  church to receive him. *  S. M. Watson "has opened - a downtown office in the Jackson store next  the old -Auditorium. You can - get  him on telephone 80. .If no one-is in  the office orders written ^n the slate  ���������will be immediately attended to.  Don't miss Miss Siegel's dramatic  recital at Trinity United Church on  Monday night. Those who heard her  last fall will want to hear her again.  This appearence she. if presenting  "The Lion and the Mouse," at popular  prices. .. ���������"* "' y' ���������  Creston's 1926 fail fair opens "Wednesday; and entries will. be taken .up  till 10 p.m., Tuesday, 28th. There has.  been a larger than usual lot pf enquiries for prize lists from outside points,  which would indicate a large exhibit  in needlework.  With an open season on all fur bearing animals, except beaver and musk-  rat opening on November 15th, and*a  six week open season on-the rats and  beaver -.from March 15 to April 30th*.  there is an unusually fine demand for  trapping licenses this fall.  Shareholders of Creston Recl&ma  tion Company, Limited, are meeting  in special session this (Thursday) evening at which the directors will submit  a proposed plan to get on with the  first unit of the underbn.king,"l|whlch  will likely to embrace 2000 acres.  About the biggest crowd the Grand  has seen since the presentation of the  "Covered Wagon" almost two-years  ago, was in evidence on Friday and  Saturday night for "Annie Rooneyv"  ment at this meeting totalled $503.  There was a fair turnout at the  curlers meeting on Monday night .at  which the club excutive was authorized to wait on the directors of the*Cres-  ton Valley Agricultural Association  to get permission to put a leanto ou  fche mKiTT"~building 30 feet wide" and'  extending 50 feet to the rear of lhe"  building*- which will give plenty of  space to install two sheets > of ice for  curling purdnses "-solely. If the enlargement is made the club' will be  able to double its present membership  of 24. *  Extra for windshield ancT sedan springs on Pass, a Chassis -  SPORT   ROADSTER  A dashing play car that once again demonstrates Chevrolet's  ability to give Greater Quality at Low Cost. . Finished in Duco, in  three different color combinations with Vermillion wheels. The  SPORT ROADSTER also features the following special equipment:  Genuine brown leather upholstery. Special Seat back and "springs.  Genuine Burbank top and side curtains. "Top boot andi tire cover in  * brown imitation leather to harmonize "with the upholstery. -Nickle  ���������^plated--windshield side arms. Windehield side wings.- Automatic-  windshield wiper. Rear vision mirror. Bumpers, Buniperettes,  scuff plates and stop lamp. Nickle plated head lamps and cowl lamps.  Special radiator cap - -      *��������� '    ^ ~ "  PREMIER   OARAGE  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  Rally Round Rally Night I  Trisit  CRESTON  7.3q p.m.  Sunday, Sept. 28  MISS T. M. SIEGEL  will give the Reading  *    "THE MANSIONS'9  Don't miss this, great mi ssage by one  of Canada's greatest dramatic  entertainers* ***  It Can't Leak Because It's  Made In One Piece  From top to bottom, the Kantleek Hot  Water Bottle is moulded into one contim*"*-'  ous piece "of soft, pliable rubber*���������no seams*  bindings, patches or splices;-Even thejnietal  stopple sodffct is vulcanizecLv right, iiito the  heck. And the stopple is fastened securely  td the bottle.  '      -"' - -*   *"  Every Kantleek Product is guaranteed for  two-years.  *> ..  CRESTOH DRUG & BOOK STORE  GEO. 13. KELLY  a_^^_____i mW+mm iS^L X^fi���������^fZ-   EV  S d Sldl  lllliov  ���������for  Service   and  Reliability  backed by Quality and Val^  -that's what we offer  Annual Fair Night Dance  will .bo held in th������  Brand Theatre Ballroom  3ff c^>jtxipc������.ri5Gn or test cf v/^rcs dccsn t prove  it   to   your   satisfaction/ money   refunded  on  lilli3|f wm* GSI  i  Gentlemen $1.   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