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Array V  *s  -*��������� ~.  'KXL  fe   : GBESTON^ B. C.? 3E  *:������I&1  r>t;-  ; \ " " * -1    .������������������    s.   A*- -  Cr^to^iS-^l  '"School  brt  5*"  :-*������-  * Division L^-H^ MeXellun,-;S)^pdp^  ,   .  Proficiency?  Grade"?���������Betty.^peersi,  Tfieodor Appelt, Fay; ^^^7 ^Grade*  8���������Jean  Mx^reath, ^ttj^-^rawford,  John Blinco.    ^j . fyEfZi  _.* '>.>"**  perfect attenidanse^Fied,Alderson;  T&eodor Appelt, jWtll f Bayle, - Marion.  Burnett, H^t������^-Cf>ulvrtR, Kouald Gibbs,-.  Stjella Berdnirt^i ��������� JEf^enry Ireland, J31enw  .   atine    Marshall^ TRaymond-: _ Martin,  Madeline! Moore, Joan McCreath, Dora*  'Nickel, Aiieen Spratt,  ArthniNW-^  .     " -  .      J^a ~     * -.'^"-"^--iv-  -. ������������,*"������vfa* -* - -'  -,   im     , ,   -r1-  * Division ���������������V. B. Vickers, -Teacher. ^.  Grade 6t "proficiency���������David "Appelt,  Improvement���������Joan Hilton. -Writing  ���������Marguerite Ferguson.* -' Grade 5:  Proficiency���������Andrew Miller. Irnprov-"  ment���������pAllan Staples. Writihg-���������Annie  Ireland. ,  Perfect attendance���������David Appelt,  .. Herbert Couling, Herbert Dodd, .Minnie Downes, Marguerite Ferguson,  Jean-Hendewon, Joan Hilton, Jack  Young, Fanny Lewis, Frances Lewis,  Dorothea Macdonald, > Mary Maione^  Dorothy Marshall, Roland" Miller,'  Frances Moore, Frank Morrow, Allan  Speers, Arthur Speers. "~.  %cCre^_tb.. ���������* * Douglas McLauchlfa,  Franci^Mc'Lauchlih, Rachel Morrow,  Besyl Palmer,. Maud Boss, Mary Boss,;  Jack-Ross; Jean Kyckhian. .jressie  Spratt, Edith Walkey, Edra Walkey,  -Vivian Walkey, William Weir,1 Boris  Walters.       " t V   *'-    " -: J- --,-,  *   .        ._   *- IT*1 '-      '  t      *-. 1         -- =-_  f  ^O&E&BEK8, 1926  A v*  No. 34  "ja-  I Gerald; Misa., -J&J R. Desaulniers. and  Mr.  Mrs. J. r J. Gradyi who has been-  visiting at SUl������au5yMino,, returned*  to feei? home at Wxnia-iel on Saturday.  Miss PloreocaT W$od and .Baj_������ Mc'  -^Ha'''f>^,t"'^i-VS*'*',^.t*'S*>  W���������Wff__WBBI!By  mmtm  Division 3���������M. JL. Wade, Teacher.  -" Proficiency* Grade 5b���������Sarah Quinn  Dorothy Sinclair Smit^h, Philip' Van  Slatted ,G jade 4b���������George Collis, Bert  Morrow, Rutt| Appelt.  - Perfect attendance���������Ruth Appelt,  George "Collie:, Robert Dickson,*! James  Downep, Sydney Fisher, Helen * Hop-  wood, Mable Johnson, Jack Johnston,  Norma Marshall, Molly Moore. Bert  Morrow*, .George Murrell," Cameron  Macdotiald, Barold .McLaren, Sarah  Quinhy Jane Ross,.: Dorothy -Sinclair  Smith, Philip Van Slatte, ClfSord  York,- *-  . ': ,    .-*_-.      ...    ^.. " "-i-v.  * *   .- -*?*     -*- -a. --- _ .      -  Mvs.X. JW*^ "Wailtheps and, phiM. j en  were vitiitor& at Cranbrook a few days  ^he early part o"f4hey week./  - Mrl-fthd M<u. Dominic Lombardo ofi  Revelstoke ar������ivisitors at Sirdary-this  "wea^, .guests of the formerTe parents/  Mr. *at������d Mtis. %F.iL-������j-kbaraoi* y "  ', "Th*** nfiea'py rains "of August and  Septehiber have" brought the water  level of the lake tip-- to the "highest  point it has reached in^any preceding  October. A    ~ > ' <-j  - J������e.~ Wilson waa-s Creston caller on  Tuesday. Jle is just back from a business visit to Alberta points^ ."   -  *- ���������������     "*- *  \ -   v -"  . Mrs. Dibley is a viaifjor with Nelson  ^friends this week, leaving on Tuesday  for that city.     ~ ** v_ ~~  r Rev. S. "Newby took the-usual morning Church of -England services on  Sunday, and was back again on Tues--  day night v^hen- *he .gave a lantern  lecture, which w:ns quite' well attend-  .. The Sirdar delegation at Creston's  fall fair was smaller,, than usual this  year. Mesdaines Morth, Brawn and  Loa&hy saw the- exhibition on Thurs-  dao but report the exibits in all depart-  meons lighter than/ usual/ **_.."  Kai-old SlingsbyJe Wynndel's Jatrat  motoro wMr,r W8^i|her baving.a.^rit  Fo^Jn fromiKipnh^rlej?'. '   ,\    "  ;"'  '��������� Mr. and Mj^tC^^XSrice, ofrRiondel  wer^ Wy-nndjEtl visriifora from Tfausday*  to .JSa'Kurda^^cp^ing: up   to  renew  acqiiintoucesW^B.Ci-teto"h.fair^ -  - ���������        J"������   -*^ ~.Aj ���������"*'  ^rt".    '.      -      J" &~ " - -  * Vic johmfin w&%ia. basin^|������ visitor  at Ifahk the ,ffl������.^^art' "of ythe week,  getting back^ott?*^ti&xt3aiiy."   '-  T. Duriseath *j-?a������yhome from. Ys^hk  for the weekehd.* "N    -". '  _'**.**..-���������*.     f *        . -v. V.  his first  day-out  back  a string ot  D. DallttB. Zr$     "*"*-- v  Mrs, Dan UcDonald spent fall fair  week at Crestoiq7 the guest of her  -motSer, Mrs. T., Lytle. *;;  ^IoPerrony.of.Yahk was amongst the  business canew'jiere' on Tuesday.   C  Snqwdon  caller on-  W**&*y* *& . -^    -  >|t3s?eston. s^nt iss a delegation, on a  bWiness^ visit on Friday. *������ They weife  Angus Currieyniaydr of West Creston;  TS., Benaey, J." D.' WiTson and Jack  stiaith^  *   7<z zz . -     .   ; .  T. Mountford r-pn  -shooting *' hrotigB%_  eleven ducks. -^on|e massacre.     ,  _. -��������� >. .        ���������  -���������     "*��������� '-a1** f.      ~ ^~ *  -  We are 4eligh������M to be able to" an  nouncethafcWyt������"t^elschool,  for  the  second-time injauceession, has won the  shield for - the  l&eat.  sehool, districts-  display at the Creston fall fair.^  Attem SMimg  DivisionV't^B>Holm,eg,, Te*ich*������p, :'-  Grade 3 -Senior:';'Pivificiencj^-Doriff  B"ayle,> Rayn^iqnd Bevac^, ^Margaret  Burnett. **��������� V^_riting--Wfll3*rim Fergo  s m. Grade 3 Junior: Proficiency���������:  Hughena McCrr-ath, Lloyd McLaren,  Eleanor ' Spratt. Writing���������Dorothy  Collis. Grade 2 Seuior: Proficiency���������.  Everett Walker, Jean McLauchlan,  -Charfca Taylor."- " "Writing���������Aileen  Kiingensmith.  .Perfect attendance���������Douglas Aider-  son, Doris Bayle, Raymond Bevan.  porothy Collis, Arthur Dodd, Clarence  Embree, William Ferguson, Ruth  Hare. Stuart Hilton, Emmet Johnson,  Holger Johnspn, Aileen Kiingensmith,  Hughena McCreath, "Lloyd "Mc-"  Larcn. Jean McLauchlan, Norman  Nickel, Marion Quinn, Eleanor Spratt.  Division 5���������Miss Hardy, Teacher.  Receiving Classt Proficioncy-iLillian  Staff, Josephine Hopkinp, Beryl Palmer. Grade! Seuior: Proflciency-^-BdnA  Walkyy. Edith Walkey, Richard "JWe-  vely-in. *WritinR anil imgiroyeraent-r--  Editb Walkey. Grade 2 Jiirilpr���������Lu-  ther Appelt, Irving Ferguson, Ellen  ���������jensen.--''.,''\y^  ���������Imp^yemen^lluth' DaVi-?.-:';; ^-'.y'Ak.'Z  Perfect   attiiapdiihce-~Moifl^  - nett, Williiim Craig, George Crawfordi  Ruth Daile, Ruth Gfbbs. Joan Gre������ihA  wood, Doris Hendy, Frithk HerdrtTan,  Thomfts. HopklwiB, Josephine Hopkinp,  . Brneat Ireland, Ellen Jen������enr V)?|illia������ii  JKernugiian, Charles JB^lingensitnlth.  Thohnas Lewis, Gordon J^Hrtin, Melon  w- Bill Vaness .was a." weekend  visitor |  from "Cranbrook; coming down  to* see  ��������� the fair on- Friday afternoon.   -  " - So'-be^ofrthe' cattle owners Uv this  di&ti-let looked-ovec ������he flats on "the  Idaho side at>the first of the  week, in  oyuest of some stray-stock.  . A *bo-3itinuance of-the indiaw sunqnier  weather is desired in order thatjbhe  oiling of the hard surface road, commenced this week, can ��������� be conapleted  in'good shape.  Mr., and Mrs. A. G, Cox" got back  from their wedding trip the latter  part of the week, and are. now' nicely  settled on tke ranch. They had a  visit for a few daya from Mr. Cox  mother. Mrs. Paecall of Cranbrook,.at  tbe weekend. '  , Jack Smith is the first off the local  hunters lo bring in any geese. He  got the first one in Sunday's operations  in this nrea.  Friends of W. A. McMurtrie will  extend their deepest sympathy in the  death of his father, which -Occurred in  Cheshire, England last week, news of  the sad event reaching 'here by cable  On:,'Frjdiiy.f'''':-a.y'.y,.'-:.wf:';; ���������    *;- 7-A^.Ax  ... Mi. and Mrs. Heater are at present  occupying the former Mason  Miss Siegel, -dramatic reader, snad^  her appearance 5������i Wyn������3el on . We6*  nesday might l������8t p.%. the . United  Church.. giving *^|The.Fortanfr-: Hunter** in finised sfe^te. The programme  was brightened up by a couple of vocal  solos by Miss -Severn.  The majority off people were at Creston fair, on Friday, but~were."dissap-  pointed with, the ratfeer slim exhibit  in most "of the departments. Most of  the dancing crowd were at' Creston  for the fair.night dance on Friday,  j and alt report h*������ving a. good time.  \ -Another fear of tiniber forythe new-  Gpat" River briiklge is _bi������ing unloaded  atthe Kitchener Siding.  m. ' -.*���������       '  , Geo, Young of Creston- was a business, caller on Thursday. Mrs. Young  was a between trains visitor on Sun?  day with her sister, Mrs.~Dri*S3.  Those at Creston.for the fall fair  night dance at the Grand Theatre, ball-  4 room, Creston, were: Misses Marguerite n Crawford, Grace ReridalV  Edith- Geroux, Ester Nelson, Mary  Haptonstall, Mrs. E. DriffiU Messrs.  M. B." McFarlane^ H. . Redmile, R.  Joyce. F. Molander, E. Sneff, E. Merr^  itt and C. Devlin.  G. Mawson Wins  "______--     -  - Clay Bird Shoot  A feature*  to  Friday afternoon  at  the. fall  fair   was    a   trap  shooting  competition put on by  Che" Rod' and  Gun Club in   Which" the   high  scores  were made by Geo. Mawboii who'scor-  ed  21 -breaks out "of "a possible   25.  Frank Staples, L- T,, Leveque and Bert  BofP?y with 18 each tied ,for. eepond  placer and in' the shoot off of ten bird's-  ^tdiples got S^shile seve*-* e*Sch was the  heat the other two cpuKTdo, thus giving second money to' Staples.   In- the  _8hoot for third Leveque and Boffey  eaoh got four out   of five,   but in   a*  second rojjjad Leveqpe broke, four to  Boffey's three and took third money.  The score on the" first Tonnd were:  Cot. Fred Lister.  W. B. Muir   I* T. Ijeveque   : F,.V:*Staples   "M. 2. Beam.  C. Sutcliffe.  Lewis Littiejohn.  G. Mawson.  ^Robert Maxwell  Mr. -Jenks.  i  r#    -:  ������������88&������sd ���������&Ity  Miss Mable  Bonds,   who ��������� has been  visiting- at prairie   points, for some  time past, arrived home from  Saskatoon"; Sask'., at tbe end*ot the week.  Mrs. and Miss^Lily Cook, who have  been Calgary, Alberta, visitors for the  past three weeks", arrived home this  week. They state the , weather has  cleared and threshing-work is general  everywhere. * "*  Miss Emma Samnelsqn w*as a visitor  wit"h- Cranbrjook^ friends a. f^r* .jdays  last weekV  ������-" ^ "���������  r"'Z^^^ey  Bert Boffey :__,  R. R. Eastlake   Mr. B. Leadbetter.  Kenneth Marsden.  E.-PauiL^   16  10  18  18  17  16  12  21  12  8  18  5  .11  5  5  Prizes were paid in cash;. First prize  being $7.SO; second $5.00, and third*  ���������$2.50.  lieutenants-governor of B.C., and was  for attaining highest standing in the  midsummer Entrance examinations.  for  j.  the  best  While the former is on the  warehouse [  staff^'ofy Croaton:^ Fruit Exchange At  ���������OTOatph.':"j.'''''':'.>'':y-   .���������;'.'"���������:'.,; -'.--'������������������ ���������'���������'���������'���������.-tf"'.'  ' Ed.- Senff of tbe Page & Hill Cedar  Compay,made a bnsin>eiBsJirip toJSand-  point^, Idaho, at the weekend^ getting  back on Monday*. ���������  **     -^ *  Cranbrook Sawh & Door Company-  sawmill stopped operations on Satur  day, but work'is still be carried on in  the woods cutting and hauling logs, at  which work the sawmill crew ia. engaged.  Miss Grace Bendalllwas at Creston  on' Friday witnessing the school  sports at the fall fair.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Johnson nnd.eon,  Robert, and Mrs. G. A. Hunt, motored to Oreston on- Friday-for -the fair,  and brought back .Misses Mildred  Andeen nnd Clara Hunt* for the, weekend at their homes here.  Mrs. IS.lMcGonegal and; daughters.  Vera and Haze], went to' Creston oia  Thursday for the fair, coniming homo  next day.   ,'       .��������� -.'���������'.?'��������������������������� A-:    7;''7yy,yy'.  T.   CIiui8on   of . tb^  Mo^unt  Bake1-*  !HoCei;'and'.TedvFe'^n������yof';Oiranbi-pokt'  house, j motored up oh Sunday, to .apend  the  G������ Cox were ,wel-,  c} hpme^fi'oin their^vvedding trip  a- reception at the ���������'libmt������i7o_T ^rs.  '���������.._ Wf. a-od.,Mrs,:."4  come  with  Marsh all,    A din her  the   evening,  spent  atne*r   nnmaementa,  oughly enjoyed.      y  W������*8-'served*'' and  tit  dancing  and  which   all  thor-*  ���������,''* .���������"   ���������*������������������'.    . ,! ���������''      '        kZ ��������� ���������     ' ���������     ������������������   ���������   '; ���������.'.'*'���������.���������'���������.."���������'        ������������������'���������   .  "���������' ���������.;..'".'���������"  Corporation or the Village of Creston  business .callers -on  ' ���������      'A        '   ' ��������� '' ,,'"*"  A^tentioii!'  received insfcmetiona from fclie Cl^iejF":Firo Mareihall>  Vtatitiria, Cbafc al J yai^cfe, vn<5ant lots'' and promeisea  in gcnc'ritl, chimneys;' stove'' pipes, furnaces^ etc:,*  are to be given jTtlioroiijgh cleaning and put 1*0  Al -fiieproof shape, ther-clejaning up^to be done by  WEBNESBAY; POTOBEH; IStl?, 1920, and if  not go attended to a summons will be issued1 by  the assistant, tire marshaU in1 accordance^ with.the  .pii-e.Martiihatls", Act' of British: Columbia.' ,���������..���������.";:.'���������  ���������..������������������.*  1>��������� ������j4������h '������������������     '''"��������������� uatt1 ' viniTitr*"*"  October % 1026. Assistant Fire 'Marshall.  day Avith. Mr. and-Mi-s-B. Johnson, ���������.',  Mra. Ei Drilfll and Mim Marguerite  Crawfor took in in the Creston fair on  Friday,, going up by^ttain./        r    ,  ;:; MeB8������.B.S. Bevttn^iindjMtttt Yorlf:  of Greatbn were  Wednesday laet.       7  Mr.- and Mte, Clarence Nellgh  fronv  the Load ville mine are at LewlBton,,  Idaho, on a short vaciition.  ���������'       -  ;l. E. Mjjroh, manager oif the Royal  Bank^ Grim brook, wiuai a- niotoi* byBt-  noss. "tftsitor hero on Wednesday, last.  . Rev. S, Newby w-ts here oh* Sunday:  afternoon, for - the r usual monthly  Church of England serviee..  Otto   and  John    Johnson   apd   L.  Moberg*are moving  to Goatfell this  week, where they have a log sawing  and hauling contract.    Martin Nelson  is also m orking' at the same place.  "' Dad Browell is busy tbis week cutting the third crop of alfalfa on the  Frank Putnam corner���������plaoe, This  last-cutting shows some signs of the  frost but is otherwise a good one.  , Mrs.   Currie and  Mrs.' Humble  of  Bellvue, Alberta, who have been visit  ors with Mrs. Searle. left for home on  Friday,  making   the circle tour via  Nelson, Revelstoke and Calgary,  ' Rev. J. Herdman was here on Monday night^taking United Church* service, and until a successor toi Mr. Harback is - secured ^panyon^^VMV'ynave.  service each week but it will alternate  between ��������� Sunday. afternoons and  Monday nightsy Next service, ye til be  at 8 p.iii. Sunday 10th,  ��������� *-* .-*���������.-'��������� ��������� ���������'' ���������  .    : ���������  -. A. debate nnd must cal programme  will be given at tllio Community .Hall  on Saturday nlglit, 0th, at 8 Vclock.  The admission Is 50 jcents ^ ftdulte,  andy25 cents fcp>.cHHdren. 7 Ti>e 'Ltfidies'  Ooinmunity bliib v are putting tho  entertainment on. ';'  Winning first prise  C.P.R. garden in British" Columbia is  becoming a Habit with T. W. Bundy*  who is this week advised that "he  has carried off tbe honor for 193&-^Sfea  third time' in succesaioo. With- it  cgies cash award of S50 which Es most  -frelTOme ssltysakea ^a, U_^=������f- eabow  grease to keep u{T-a -flower garden of  the size and uk the faul&3.ess"������hape of  the Eriekson station.  Eriekson was this week favored  with tbe fifth annual visit from repiv  sentatives of the Mennonite -colonies  at Magrath.'and Raymond, Alberta,  who made the purchase of three carloads of loose apples through Creston  Growers,- limited, and they were  loaded ot}t and shipped by "Wedn-BB--  day. In the lot were almost SOOO boxes, 1800 of widen were- Wegener, 800  Delicious and about 400 Bpys. Penally they take about half and half Jonathan and Wagner, but this year they  dropped* tbe former in favor of a Jess  sour variety,  ' Word from Cranbrook hospital yesterday morning was to the effect that  P. Heric was In a critical condition.  Mrs. Heric and daughter, Mrs. Pnt-  enaudai'^ with him, motoring down  at the first of 4he >week with E. W.  Kiingensmith. ttAs we were ready for  press late Thursday afternoon word  came of Mir. Herlo's denlh.]  Christ Church  ;c\'  ErtokBoh  CRESTON  SUNDAY OGT. 10  ������������������; A dance la announced- for Saturday,  OeUber ..0th, . in Kuut'a Uwll. * Mra.  Liater'a orchestra, la playing. Come,  and enjoy yourself,    v.,  ��������� Mr. and Mrs. Dojf Weir pf Creston  were combining bualneHS^nnd pleasuro  on.;a vlftItiher^,Fridayv;.; ,",y"7'"-:y" ' :Ai  A party from here motored to'������������������ Port-  hill for tno dance on SAturtfey.' 'They  wore' Mr. and Mra. Carl Anderson,  Mrs, B. Drlfifl, Mlsf M. ara\Vfoi*d.vand  . 'j9������.vi^;l^tlAlejohh-'...-..���������;>������������������';:._������������������;.^VS-; ^->^;*..;' ^ .���������  UmberatCloalfoll. tn������de u������ a buielnc-iq  oiill oiu Wrlihiy.    ��������� ,,-yx-77 r:->Zr.<������  bf  '-: :'A party  iHII-illll'l"--U-   uai������    ***������  ������fc'Ui������i.aii_ij."  Mr,  and Mrs. Roy  Burch  ���������all  eltea woro hero on tt.  !*  _,������.������!,    f ������#      ������|r IWM ������w  and   son,  - R. Dodds loft at thia; first of the  weak up Summit Creek, where he Is  Intending to operate a trap linn this  season. H. Yerbmy of Lbtoris along  ..laValUi. flit ni. ���������,-'.   '���������.-.     .' 7/  Mra. D. Macdonald and children of  pranbrook, w*ho have/been visitors  here wjth her parents, Mr^ *������t*id Mrs.  Geo. 'Cartwright,   left   for "home' on  'Wedn"^ay.Z'\k^ Z. Z->    ������������������rV a-' -'-'���������   ���������-  '%raRk .palmer \lo a Nelson, visitor  '..tlalb ���������^eek.'hi-itf!.-*!���������*; an in������j-**M5.tIori rnade  of his broken leg, which appears to be  ttiohding a������ well iia could be expected.  . Dens-il Maxwell of Cranbrook was a.  fair week visitor with Wr mother at  .at the ranch'." \- ,'*' '' ���������.���������'':���������"  * m  MI as Margaret Fra-ier was prenented  with her bron**e medal  byy In<*pcctor  ��������� #������������.������,.t^,������* * m ^V.^ J**l���������.������..������������������ 4nir* *-.**��������� IJVBlarlwxr  4um.4mM..l4mm0^ a^-a* i_,m.%. V-a���������^.������. w ** ^.   ........   v. ^,~ -������������������ ������������������       ^  afternoon.   Tho meilal was from the  --������������������  _ SE^IQES  8.00 a.Tn.-~Holy Communion.  11*00 a*m-"7-Moramg Prayer.  Holy Ckiinicnuniori^ Sermon,  Preachet^Tho Vicar.  7.80 p.iiL-^te*^iaiiig   Prayer  "" atsd 'SeTEES-Otta.  Prc*aeher~-Kev. F. V. Harri-  8on������ Raial-.\De8ai[/'6f Cran>  brook.  Offerings for decorations will  be received at the Church  on Saturday up to & p.m.  ...U^a i w?x *��������� "*j*? ������ "iSS ^C^^^Hi".  :"^.*^=S!^^52^S^i^J_i^iia-!t2  THE  . BEtifev., y .CREST0K,;y7*B.;:-:*C.;  .���������"V''"  "'������������������:kZ7  .nr  zz  -..."J  WORLD HAPPENINGS  L  William Edwin Atkinson, A.R.CA.,  the distinguished Canadian landscape  painter, die_d.. recently Tin Toronto.  Canada's "-wheat, crop for 1926 **is  estimated^ at '348.626,00.0 bushels.  Last year it was 411,376,000 bushels.  One thousand and sixty-nine settlers entered,..Winnipeg recently on  three trains7 .They eame from the  Old 'C ouniry jand the continent.  Commandant Franco announces that  he will, undertake his. previously plan-  W<&jt2.J?������  ned world yflight next year, leaving  Spain iii'April, accompanied by his  ���������wiffe and by Mechanic Rada.  "���������"a  Seven hundred persons died in New  York city from poison liquor last year,  said J. W. Quill en, chief chemist 'of  ���������the''bureau of interna!'-revenue,' in Issuing a. warning'against drinking boor-  leg whiskey.  -'' '������������������*' -_'������������������  Testimony jilt the -"trial- of fifty meu  accused of treason ip Angora has j-c-  vealed thatTuikey was forced into,  "the-world w-j.r by Enver Talsat, ^despitei the, wishes of a majority of the  cabinet which stood"~r^igaiiist this  step.   '  John Henry Mears, whose record  for encircling the globe Avas beaten  bj- .Linton Wells and.Edward S. Eyans,  will make another attempt to lower  the record., according to reports.  Mears leaves New York soon on his  new attempt.  A statement made public by.the -department of "immigration and colonization shows that there., was an increase of 65 per cent, in immigration  to Canada during the first five months  of the calendar year 1926, compared  with the same period a year ago.  Sheriff Colin Ink&ter, celebrated his  83rd birthday recently in Winnipeg,  and received congratulations, from all  parts of Canada. "T think I should  live to 100," -he said. He has been  sheriff more than 50 years and is the  only surviving member of the legislative council of Manitoba."      -  Three passengers vyere killed, when;  the basket dropped from a captive.balloon, at Kempston, near Bedford, Eng.  The accident was caused by the gas  bag breaking loose from its netting,  releasing the basket. Of the four  passengers, only** one escaped .with his  lil*e.  Rt.   Hon.   John  X.  Merryman,   M.P.,  one of South  Africa's  leading   slates-  men,  died Aug. 3 iu  Capetown.       He  was  born   iu  Somersetshire,  England, i  in   1841, and went to  South Africa in j  18 49.      He was premier and treasurer j  'or the   Souih   African   Government  m j  1908-10. I  The   Charm  1 2.54.  of   Soft  Fabric  The   Canadian   Legion  Charter   of   Incorporation    '"-���������".as   Beef-  Granted   By   Lettefs  Patent '  -Letters patent incorporating- "The  Canadian. Legion or the British Em-  plre" Service' League" have been issued  by the secretary of state; aecordin-g."to  an announcement sent out^by legion  headquarters.. Through the charter  of fncorpoi.-aj.ion..the legion is empowered to "establish, organize and  regulate jirovihcial, district and local^  bodies or commands and branches, In  ronvenient centres throughout Canada  and- elsewhere," and to. establish  parallel organizations to be known as  ladies' auxiliaries.        -      .    .       '  4The charter of- incorporation gives  legal effect to the work of the unification tliat has been proceeding among  Canadian veterans* organizations since  the visit of Field Marshal Earl Haig,  grand president of the British������Empire  Service  League,   to Canada last year.  The original intention of the legion  was to seek a royal charter by special  act of parliament, but the "dissolution  of parliament ' made, it necessary to  alter tills proposal. Application then  was juacte - for a charter under the  Companies Act.  OUR CROSSWORD POTTLE   I   "���������        ������������������ .  . i   ,   ' ���������      . ���������   .r.iu,. ;'���������i ���������y , i        .      I  New frocks are soft and fluttery  with flowered materials and flares.  T-he frock presented, here is sure to  take the eye of the miss and lit fie  woman. First, because^oT its arresting simplicity of line, and second, because of the loveliness of its material.  A wide ribbon sash is tied at the low  ^vaistline, where rippling skirt joins  slender bodice. The batteau neck Is  finished with a narrow binding of the  same plain material    as    the    flaring  To  Exhibit   At   U.   S.   Fair  At." Big  To  Be   Represented  At  Sioux  City,  Iowa  ���������Vt one  Horizontal  sleeves.      No.  and 20 years,  re-quires    4%  and  %  1254 is in sizes 16, IS  Size 18 years (36 bust)  yards 36-inch figured  yard    plain - georgette  5  crepe,  crepe; ribbon for sash    2%    yards  inches wide.      Price 20 cents.  The secret of distinctive dress lies  in good taste rather than a lavish expenditure . of mon,ey. . Every- woman  should want-to tnake her own clothes,  and the lionie dressmaker will-find, the  designs illustrated in our new Fashion  Book to be practical Ne.nd. simple, yet  maintaining the spirit of the mode of  the moment- Price of the book 10  cents the copy.  Alberta  State Fair  % Alberta is to be represented  of th'e big state fairs across the line  this year, arrangements being now under way - for an extensive exhibit ab*  Sioux City, Iowa, where the states of  Iowa, South Dakota and Nebraska will  hold their annual inter-state fair during the week beginning Sept. 19.  The exhibit will be prepared at once,  and will be .made up of grains and  grasses, both - sheaf and threshed;  coal, tar, sand ajtd illustrative material. It will _Jbe shown in the government's own exhibition tent, a good  location for which .has been.. promised"  on the lair grounds. ��������� "  1  6  11  How To Order Patterns"  Address���������Winnipeg Newspaper Union.  175  McDermot   Ave..   Winnipeg  Pattern No..  , ..Size.  m*m m **"*-������������������ ���������-������ ������ ���������*���������*��������������������������� ��������� *-��������� mmm-* **-��������� i  Town  ��������� * ��������� ��������������� ���������-* i  ���������    ���������     ���������     ���������     a-*--*  The Trainings Of Children  Recognized as a leading specific for  the destruction of worms, Mother  r.Jraves" Worm Kxterniinato*- has proved a boon to suffering children everywhere.      It seldom fails.  Plaits  For  British  Valuable Work Being Carried On  For  Welfare      of      Children       in  Saskatchewan "  Ten or  twelve  years 'ago  two English ladies .specially trained in Sunday  School work came to Saskatchewan to  ��������� see what they could do  Tor the  children or the pr.airles by giving them in-  Cruiser   Disappear K,n,ction ln religion,     artei- giving    some years to this work in a re'strict-  Kavy   Has   Bene   Keeping   Details   Of  Armament Secret  Plans for the "British cruisiJh' "Suffolk have <]i.sai.p'" a !-.*<". Tlu- SuffolK  !_���������* unda-r construction at the Ports-  -y.-ruth n'.'"���������'v.. ya rd and. details of lier  Mm.in*:ent listv^ been one of the s:rcm-*->s  o!" the Tin\**-'. The di'appearance ol  .ha.*- Suffolk plans r'-call ihat plans of  tin- ^nbmai-ine K-j recently were  stolen.  For  ff^iTlB E__***     "3<������3S&    ������f*&>n bbqs%a  ^������\UB.BCfl   J8TOU   vL_j������K_RBaal_r 5S>  FAIIS IU THE STOWAGE  There's Nothing Equals  ed   area   Ihey   conceived   the   idea   of  ���������carrying  lite  Sunday   School     to     the  children     widely     sc-.it tered.    on     the  prairies   and   for   this   purpose   a. van  was built and equipped, and since 1920  , "liis   van   has   been   travelling   about  the   southern part   ol"  (lie  province of  . SuskaicliKwan,   gathering   children   together   and   teaching   them   as   far  as  possible something about, the^j-eliglon  ot our Lord Jesus Christ.    This work  'was  begun   In  1020.       Now,  there are  : vims  doing a similar work In all  tho  pr.-iiiie   pravinann and   in   British  Columbia.      The ehljdrnn so taught in the  snmiin-r  are  enrolled  a.s  members  of  tin- Sunday School by post and*ho ihey  uri'   kept,   in   touch   wllh "tliose   truths  which concern their moral   and    rollg-  ions  welfare,  litir .\rixK*t!n.-mnquot was" not. content  Ith  'Ills;   she    felt,    that.-   something  she gave  Condensed  Milk  Absolutely  Pure  Valtie of Condensed Milk As A  Guardian of HealtK  The value of condensed milk as a  guardian, of health was curiously demonstrated by an item in the L.ondon  Dally Mail * recently, one sentence in  the article readingi     " \  .-"The complete replacement of fresh  milk by -condensed milk has notably  reduced tuljerculosls."  The story had to deal with the activities jpf the London Zoological Society  and was reporting on. the health ol* the  animals.       Many   animals,   especially  those with cloven hooves, were liable  to   epidemics   of   bovine   tuberculosis.  The antelopes seemed to tile of! nothing else.      Yet they lived under very  good conditions and were given generous dally draughts of fresh milk. Then  the fresh   milk  -yas  cut  off and   the  tinned variety substituted.    " A marked Improvement followed and tubercle  has been stamped-*out   in    the    antelope paddocks.     Tbe Borden Company  Limited, wlio put up- 13agle Brand condensed   Milk,  have  long  advocated  it  f*,s an in/ant food on the ground or Its  being absolutely pure*as well *as unt*���������  form.   _. This incld.ent  would seem to  bear out lhe  statement ihat." save for  mother**** milk, there is no milk so safe  for the Infant as kagle Brand.  -"Vehemence..  -A marsh grass.  rEndeavored  earnest-  "   ly.  12���������Pertaining'to the air  14���������A negative- reply.  15���������A pattern.        *       _^,  17���������God   of   the   midday  sun.  18���������A single unit.  20���������A     mineral      called  saltpeter.  2-1���������Furthermore  22���������Having   actual  exlst-  *  enee, y  24���������Strike gently.  25���������To fasten up.  26���������Sharp. *  28���������To fertilize  (obs.).  29���������To merit.  303���������Melted rock.  31-���������To   unite   man   and  woman.  34���������Indentation.  37���������Alone in its class.  38���������To stake.  ������  ���������40���������An assumed.' character.  41���������Frigid.  42���������The thigh bone*.  44���������-A noisy disturbance.  45���������Hush. \  46���������A small close fitting  helmet.   -  48���������Selerium   (abb.)*.  49���������Drawing of a vessel  through water.  51-^-Exultant.  53���������To cook.  54���������Any deliberate assembly.  Vertical  1���������Mad-e reparation.  2���������Railroad (abb.).  3���������A minute mark.  4���������A   chamber - to  bake  in.  5���������To send in return.  6���������-A farinaceous meal.  7���������To look into.  8���������Skill. <  . 9���������-A New England  state  (abb.).  10���������feternai, on Infernal.  11���������To   breathe   through  the nose. -v  1-3���������A  cup-sha*)������d  -vessel  -with handle.  16���������Principal, divinity  of  ancient Memphis.  19���������Ardently.  21���������An .^apparatus     for  - charging water.  23���������Artful.  25���������To have the flavor of  27���������Lacking moisture.  28���������A human being.  31���������Damp.  32���������Fix firmly.  33���������Half. -  35���������Confined.  36���������Cut into shape wiih  blows.  SS���������To harass.  39���������Harmonious sound!*.  42���������Faith, a form, of oath  43���������Trust.  46���������Cry of a sheep.  "47���������Reddish brown.  50���������Grief.  I 52���������Toward   something.  Early Navigating At Coast  Ships'yPly Since 186,8 From London to  '       Victoria,  B.C.  y^gyearly a^Tl868, ships were plying  directly    between    Great    Britain and-  British Columbiayaccording td Captain  R.    G."'��������� Partehursty   who    in   "an   -Interview with the Vancouver Province  told something of the early history of  the   Ro/al   Mail   Steam   Packet   Conu.  .pany.  In 1868, he saidi bills of lading show-  ed,that "the good_shlp' Spirit of the  Age. loaded freight for Victoria, Van-  ���������couver Island." Most of the ships  made    the    run    round, the Horn, but  .  , ��������� ��������� *-.   *  there were instances of cargoes being  billed from London to Victoria via As-  pinwalt, the Panama railway, the Pacific Mall and the North Pacific Transportation company. .  Answer to Last Week's Puzzle  Miller's Worm Powders a re, a prompt  relief from lhe attacks .of worms in  children, They are powerful, in their  aclion aad., while leaving nolTBiig to he  desired as a worm expellanl, have an  invlfioralliig eri'ecl; upoh--1he youthful  Hysl^em. 'remedying fever, biliousness,  loss ol' nppellt.e, sleeplessness, and  other ailments thai, follow disorders  -muiri-hL by worms in the stomach and  bowels.  To  Obtain   Longest .Mileage  Best Tires Should Be Placed On Rear  Wheels  To obtain the longest mileage, the  two best tires on a car should be placed on the rear wheels. Some drivers  assert that the. best tires belong on  the front tp minimize the danger from  blo-avouts and,(lie risk of losing control or the car, but this hazard is considered negligible, and the .real fault  usually lies in the driver losing iila  head. The spare should replace the  more worn of the rear tires at Hit-  end of several thousand miles of driving. - On new cars,valt tires may remain as onlglnally placedyfor several  thousand, miles, then' the front one*-*-'  should be put on the rear wheels.  ft hnn }.f**n ia tixc* for ov*.* fto  yeiir-.- i |.h net ion in fil<va..j.������i������t,. rug*'.-!,  -fflinlil*. nnil (ifffr.tus'l, anil relief  tforrir".  firoiri|i.l I v.  "1'fin't    ji������*f('pt    n   *nil'i!-t itntn.''  Tin1  g;rTiinn*;  in put   -up only by Th*  V. Mil bora Co-., Limited, Toronto, Ont,  VV.  .\.  I'.      HM 1  vv  more should be iIoom arid ho  Hi" -Mini, of 1*.r.,ono tV** p.lart ii j-Ii'Ih'  aehoui for I lie* eJilidren <if parents who  ���������aVHiife.i m -.'J-.j rhelr ehlhlren n re-  llgiou.s as well sib a ki.*cii1jh* ml u en (.Ion,  Tlu- school was siarted In Hj-filnti in  1 "Otv nriflfr lint- direct fori of Hie !>|r>-  '������������������.se ul' Cju'Appelle and Iho*- worlc Ih  *,-nr1e������i u.n under the en re or the &!������.  rt-rM r������r Kt. John Hie Divine, a Cnnn-  ili.u.  Oi-iJaj't   i������l*   11*..*-  Church   11-f   KlVMtltltul  ..'I      '".'l I; ,1 ll.i . Ti,."     !   ()lltl,)     Ij.'jK     ^.JOVVJI      I ft  ' "turn her hi -und n good Found '-diien41">ii j  ���������rt glvi-u-jhy wery i-oiripeteiii teachera'  to fir rmr kIiIh io take (heir part In li  In 111*11 up; Mp otlr eotiniry on a Kinum 1  relil'lriiiij bfiMln, The- i-hllrlren iirp i  well --are-J for end, every provlj-hni  iJi.ide for their* 1itip*f������lnr������KM atul wel'-tne-  Inf        T-tii'   wf'hool   in  1n   lhe   b������>riu(iriil  '. gronndm <������f WI. Chairs <'olle������i-������" and  won hi well r<*pa:> a vlult by anyone  li.teiaja-.ijad   Ui   t>m-   wellare   (,t   <'jiiirtreri  I and  llt-"Sr iii(ii'J*l fiiMl rell*',h������iiu rraliiliif:.  Memorial Tablet At Zeebru^ger  To the ���������KHlhint exploit or Billish  ������alloj.'s In 1918, a ttiblelyon Ilie Mole  al Zeebrugge, wiir unveiled by Prince  Cluuieft, lhe mpooiuI son ol' Klpg Albert.  of Tlelglttni, Mr.*, ttlbbs, **rnolher of  Hie com man der wlio lost his Jlile In.  the raid or*, tlie Molo, plaeecl flower's  benealh Ihe tablet.    ~. .       V  The Terror of Asthma  thief in the night- with  conies  IIR  like a  1������-  Sunburn.  Mlv 'Minard's wllh  -���������rent*"! lend nvi"'>'-  piiVfnaiieivl  roller.  4*MmmmiMmimtmtimmmmimmmwmimm.  f-w^K-t  nil  or  Onlek   and  dread nil  throttling, robbing Us victim or breath,  It seems beyond the power of human  aid l.o relieve until on������ trial Ih made of  Hint remarkable preparation, T)r. J, D.  Kellogg'a Asthma Remedy. Then relief comes with a rush. ' JJfa beconiea  worth living, and, 11' the remedy be  used liei'HiHlqhtly,. the diaeasa. Is put  permanently 'to rout. Take no substitute.  _ ...,_-,���������.., w .,..,       ���������.M,W������������������^���������^^mmjmmm^^M^^^i^r^w^^s^Hiiisiiafia**^'.������������������:,���������...,.-.:������������������ 1  Italian   Immlgranto   Arrive  Among   a    total    of r>7l> tlTird-eliiHp  jlravellerRwho were landed fit Quebec  'recently, off the    Rl.eamshlp    Ascnttln,  was ti party of XTiO itallan \nuu)y,vm\\.*,  the largent BlngU* group of Hila nut Ion-  till I y to be landed at Quebec tills year.  They will be employed, mi tbo lajnd Jti  Ontario, *\\.o,    prairie    provlncea * nnd  Brlllah Columbia.      The reninIndor of:  tlu. jhlrd-chisH paHs-engera on the Hnei*  jcoiisiHted largely or I'olep, Muhgnilaiie  I and  nihi'i-  centr;.,!   Kuropoann,   sull   on  |th<*lr wuy  to ihe western provinces*  Splendid  Safety  Record -  Oil Canadian National  ���������Congratulations From WoHci-rten's  C om.pe n sation Boa rd of Man i tc ba  Sir���������'".-Henry Thornton, president of  the Canadian National Railways, 3s the  recipient of a letter Of congratulation  froih the commissioner of the Workmen's Compensation Board of Manitoba in which high praise Is accorded  the safety measures practiced by the  company and its employees.  Chas. K. New combe, the commissioner, writes'from the ofllce ot the  board iu Whinlpeg to Sir lien ry: v  "We have just completed, n check of  accidents .  reported     for  six months  ended June 30, 1926, and-I wish to congratulate the Canadian National Railways upon the excellent showing made. *  v "The    accidents    reported   to   this  ofllce-by the Canadian National Railways    during   the six months ending  June 30,  19241,  numbered 1,084, three-  or these belnK fatalities.     During tne  eorrespondaliiB pei-iod of 3925 this total  was reduced to 872.      During the six  months ending June 30, 1926, 77S accidents    were    reported.      This  would  seem tOj Indicate   a .very    gratiryfrig  state  ot  affaira-respecially    aa    our  record-i  show  an  Increasing accident  frequency  In  all  other classifications  aav.0 one���������nnd the "Mnnltohw' Compeu-  flntion Board  wishes  to  congraiiilntc  those in. charge of "safety  work upon  your system.    ,"  '*��������� Insuraneiv' Agehl/;   Don't  you   want  your ofllco. lu rn I sh I ngn insured against  theft? ; '   ���������   .  Uo.'i.s.-     Yes,     Jill     M.cr-pt ..lhe   elnrl:'.  Everybody 'wntchoa that.  AGENTS  WANTED  To    Hocuro    ortler������' -for    nieiv's,  liH^ieH* and rhlldren'H howlery.    No  "Cardi������I required. We pay highest  iCditimlBHiotiB. Year round work.  "Seritl. for cnlntbgue. Porter-I-loHlery.  'One Jiioor Si, SuaSl., Toiwii������li>..  *l(  ���������^1  l!  1  ml Iffl-fflfPWFf'fprii1 "imm*mmWmmmWMmm*m i iiiimiiwmi  -^ipiippiippiWIIIIIIJIB  '-X.  "ZiX-yh^xyj  *Sw$������ tne fly  " wliit  ILL  A Wonderful Camera  !  A teaspoonful of  Gatett\Lye sprinkled.  ,in the .Garbage,Can  prevents f Htes breeding  .. - -:*.Z "" -*>��������� ? Z\,a <Z7 xkhZ:  Use Gillett's JLye. for all  Cleaning and Disinfecting  Costs little  but always  ���������effective  More, Wonderful in Some Wsrys'Than  the Hunian Body.  -There Is a camera in London- Which  is capable of recording pictures at the  rate of 300,000 a minute. Strange  that man' can make machines .more  wonderfuL in some' ways than the human body. - The human eye", in "comparison with the camera, * cannot receive more than thirty impressions in  a second. .The new camera is 15Q  times-as -fast. - Let a vase-be-blown  up by a charge of powder "and this  speedy!-.camera-will take'a picture of"  the explosion which will show the par-.,  tictes' of -'the* vase,, being- blown1* from  the centre.   ���������   _ ���������,   -"^ ' ***��������� *  , Shall we not-have a "camera some  day *whichT will detect the madly  whirling atoms and electrons? Shall  we -not" h*������tve "a- machine which will  show  ns  what the . scientists  already-  1      - "���������������** *** .**"_.  know-^that matter, ls for^e?  When, we have learned ^tcf use;  atomic' energy' the steam age will  seem. - as -. out , of date as the stone  age.���������Grove     Patterson     in,    Duluth   M^MztB^  ���������jA'gz-f^^^j^ f^jM ���������  ^z^^z^mmz^mm^-A^  m7SAST.\Wy:mX7 CAT CH������R{7-"  -Clean to handle.   Sold by .all  Druggists, Grocers and' - "  General Stores  know', and I shall love to  with   me���������as long as you  Herald. *-  Jfr������/2#e$ora^ fywiep  phere., you  haye   you  wish."  What Kenilworth had" said flashed  across her^nind, liis prediction; of "just  this iuvitation. She' fancied that she  cauglit a- flicker of his eyelids when  she glanced at him. For one- brief  instant the vision of John framed itself among her thoughts, but it faded  quickly*when she had shaken her head  a little, to drive it away. Any" thought  of_John had. become unpleasant. Tt  aroused defiance'Inside of her, rebelliousness. Always when he appeared  in ,her mlnd���������^she saw herself, at first,  going up to him, her face lifted, her  lips held pleadingly, for the greeting  greeting that' had been so customary  between ^them. This sort of vision  hurt? though. The phrase that ran so  often across her brain would come  btfck���������"Would, that fit in, now?"  This time it was the thought of John  coming to her arid finding her with  Yvonne. There was something about  -tliat which, wasn't right." So she  gave that, little shake of the head and  drove John away.  (To^be continued)  lhe store dressmakers couldn't get the  right hang to it. They couldn't know  how, either.'  "And you tliinlc Yvonne knows how  -r-how to be~wli.it you have wanted to  be?" .^  ' "That -is it t I hadn't reasoned it  out, before, but I know that's it. She  ltjust know-how, or she wouldn't be  making the' best of life."  The ghost .of a smile-that gave cyniz  cal expression to Brandon's lace came  to the curve of Ills lips. For a moment he watched the girl, watched Her  eyes leaping about the room, .watched j Orchestral   Effect  Produced   By-Wind  them    when-   they    rested on Yvonne! /Under   Certain   Conditions  Music Of  the  Elements  Copyright 1925by HX.GATES  Published by. anrangi'm"ftnt with   jFfrst   Natipnal ^Pictures;  Inc.  CH>*>PTHR   XI.���������Continued. ���������  ", "Shall we begin with Roddy?"' Brandon asked, and they did. Joanna"  sought him out on. tjie floor, as Bran-  -clon explained him���������drawing for her-a.  curious picture -o[>a .wastrel���������hut a  picture s"he classified, as of a romantic  idler in a colorful domain.  ** .*��������� r  -. A   bachelor   lodg^   at   Pal m   Beach  ' "But his business���������doesn't he really  do * anything-?" "Joanna wanted' to  know.      N ���������-  High in Food Value; Low in Cost  'He's ofi a family, you know. Inherited money. ' I believe.he would  .explain that it is^the^d.uty-of heirs  who can..to help those of the generation wlio can't to pas" the price of. their  pleasures.    ���������. That   keeps   him   moder  ately    ,lond ��������� - of  youth���������young   youth,  where he  was ljoat^o that  company.j sucll as y<mv"s,'.dr    seasoned    youth,  such as Yvonne's.       /*  - " ^  "II you are of the mind to be*-amus-  ! ed, vou will find Roddy most amiable.'"  I a, -���������      _  Soanna ^.thought Brandon was clial-  jlenging her, but lie ^gave no sign of it.  ot  women whose husbands    labor    at  home for 1he money witli which th&ii  \vives "blossom   gorgeously v.and.  recklessly���������beneath    tlie    Florida   yp'alms;j  and   make   their ���������. play's_    at    Bailey's,}  America's great,gambling    rooms;    a  wooer  s  ef     debutantes  whose   names  .. t She pondered, a- minute, the  miracle  hone golden in the purlieus of society,jul  _^w_*l + tn **. ������-i m-������rt *t������_r--.r1        Pt f* Vfc.Vh? _Ot.       ���������*���������__���������*-**-��������� AnO*      <-,T*i at"*  j of that   cryptic  declaration of'^enlr  and    the - amused" dabbler 'among  t;j3el worth's at the edge of the dance*floor,  fa,  I' -**  studio   mollis   of .New   York's  Green-i   *��������� shair P]a>' Icn' 3"ou" too!" s?^en t0  wich Village; a sportsman in England, .,ter.  Joanna,  by   one  who "was-unlm-  *here   lie   hunted.   occasionally.   wit^P^ssed oven by such exquisite-women  tlie  hounds of a cdunrtTy  lord,   and"a  beau-gallant  patron of all  the beauty  and the bizarre ihat'ls.France.  {"A woman need never fear of being  seen   with- our   Roddy   in   attendance  upon her," Brandon added to his gen-.  oral d.escrlpllon.    ' "His affairs are so \  many no one keeps track of them 0l'l0mce  -���������becomes    interested    in a-    new    one.!  He adds jtibafc the proper perspective 1o  any   young   woman's   background,   for1  td������bo admired by Roddy is a cachet ot  ex}remeiy romantic worthIneas.**'  "as���������Yvonne, for example!     A tempest  of exhilaration surged within her.     In  ia Haslf the realization that had s6 far  1 ��������� ���������*  'eluded her, of what had been spread  before her by her mysterious money,,  echoed across her brain.      lier hear;,  , -a.  which  had.s never  lost its  uneasiness  since Iter first summons to Graydon's  became  buoyant.  , w.������^v;, u^-b������.������������ suddenly  Something in which she was the'stake  hat was what Kenilworth had call-  'ed It���������was going ou about her, but  I whatever Its portents, it already had  | brought   to  her  two  men  with -quiet,  7F  iii  NOWiWELL  Her Suffering ReHeyed and  Health Restored yliyliL^ii-  $ E������ Pinkham's^Vegetable  ti Compound.  '���������^ '  ~. a\  ;Toronto, Ontario.^*'I am certainly  yipry grateful for the benefit I have received from X^ydia E. Pinkharri r������-Veg-  etable Compound, also tlie Sanwtive  Waah and the Liver Pillar In the -  early apring I "WaB suffering so much  from loss of blood' that I thought I  would never be any better as doctor's  medicine relieved, mc only'for the  time being. I flaw; the Voprotiiblo  Compound advertised in the 'Toronto  Sjtar,' and I find tlie Vegetable Compound Tablets the best for me, I  have been talcing them nitico Spring,  . and [ in tend,*keeping them by me all*  the time. After bead lug your Private Text-Book .1 srnw it was neces-  ���������ai������r'x,to' use Lydiji E. .Pink.'tarn's San-.  - aliive Wash, a.nd I,can' 'safely say I  feel a dilTercnt woman. My friends  remark Jiow well I look. I am a very  busy woman, but I am ready nt-all  timea  to boost   your mjediclnea,"���������  i\|l"K.   CllAJClah'ti    GlFJ-'J.-.,    V-iO   L:.������d:>-  tlowno Avepue, Toronto, Ontario.  ,' jYou maybe having an ejipericncc  ���������similar to Mra. GifHn'a and will be,  interested   to know  -what t*he did.  Evt-rv.-uek -Aroinan can feel confident  that'Lydia K. Pinkham'a,Vegetable .  Compound will help her. ������inj*-e we ���������nro  told tlirit it floe-i Help '18 out of every  100 women who tak<������ it.  Said by dn������K3!Jt--tn everywhere.    C  \V  i;,   icli  suave"~piyomIse tU"at they would lay  siege..tQj.her.; that'they, wouldysue for  the favoiite oli her.1 - And these men���������  not the dancing boys, "as light in their  heads as they try to be on tlieir feet,"  she had. .".described them to Graydpu,  but men * of the world, of the wforld  where jewels were* real, where .gaiety  was genuine, where.romance need not.  be marred by the sordld.ness or constant nlake-believe! 'The world that  was without the restraints of *aieager-  ness. .  "And'Yvonne?" she suddenly .asked,  Brandon.       "I wonder il  ever   I  shall  be like .her?"',    yy;  Ak.:Zjr" ���������   7   . 7'  yj(lrand.ou's auostion came quickly. Afterwards' * Joanna,' renicin-  bei*ed thlfe, aiid 1 Vuit It reminded her of  KgRleston's quickness to ask hor,  '"What else?" when she promls'ed to  buy 'Bbpit-tliiiig elso tlian thmclng  puiiips. .    '���������'��������� '  .,,".U,o you W4UU. to bo like   VvoixnoV"  ���������was what Brandon *aal<ert.; :  "I think there is no girl I know who  would'-not give  her. sou",���������-almost-���������to  Iw like her," Joan na'replied, ho softly,  nnd   audd-enly   wlbti'ult   that.   Brandon  knew she was, indeed, echoing a. deup  y-'jirnini"'.'     -"Yon   nee."  she   went  on, I  "hIu* l������ tho model we all try to copy, j  So X  suppose  hIh.*  inuht luiy������_ all tho j  good thlng3vol* life that \vo Ity to '*jot  little tastes of.     Irdon't,Know just how  to say-what I moan, but .1 know Unit,  the store had rl copy, of one of .Vvonnn'  Coutai\t*:5   'tlresiien,    one'   time,    and  tliat 1 spoiled four yards of two dollar'  ������������������a-ilK   UV tu/',   io  uiiil.i<<a  ii,  ..in   \   tuUlilii'l  |do It.     I didn't Ituc/w hoiy.     And even  when, she traced her among the dancers, )and when^. they, hovered- about  Kenllyvorth. , Then lie murmured: f*  j - "A good, many people in - the" wovld  would have a " different analysis of  Yvonne. Coutent's recipe for what .you.  term makin^Jhe best' or her life. Some  would pass .a'different judgment "than  "she knows how/ "  - Joanna .regarded him with her defences'-quiverii_tg~ at her fing&r tips.  "Of course" they would���������some would!"  she indignantly .agreed. "People are  always finding" fault if your are not just  like they are, or like they think you  ought to be. What is one's life for, if  not to ba enjoyed.?    *  "And having a good time ��������� isn't,  necessarily being wrong about it* >'ou  know!   *  Is it?"      ;  He, met her plea for -understanding  promptly.-^ "T .can imagine no better  bargain than unfettered conscience allied w.ith an unhampered pursuit or  one's own desires, and old-fashioned  .critics  be hanged!'.J*  '-'"Well," Joanna considei*edaA * "that  sounds as if you mean that I have the  .right idea about things, so I -suppose  it's all right. Anyhow l don't see why  people can't say their prayers with a  .smile as well  as  they   ~ca"n    with"   a  grouch!"       ' ~ '  **        .    . ������������������'"���������'  To that sentiment," Brandon proposed, "I suggest another cocktail."  tie produced Keailworth's silver flask,  from Tinder a serviette and' filled her  glass. She smiled across at him,  while she sipped, and. felt that she haa  put up another good battle for the  rights of youth. j  Wlien Kenilworth and Yvonne were  again at -the table Kenilworth begged j  Joanna to tell him "if. Brandon wrap-  ���������ped me In scandal and delivered me  as a broken idol" while they were  dancing. . -~ t  '. "That is. somelhiugT. shall .have to  consider," Joanna returned..: ( "He  Hold nie you were not*at all dangerou?,  or, at least he gave me that impres-  slon_ xl shan't be at all aiTaitl of you/'  '"And that is both a promise and a  challenge.      I accept both!".  Joanna's, pulses raced .when-Yvonne  proposed to her that she come to her  own place and make It her home. "For  a time, anyway, You will want to be  gelling away from   your    old    atmoj3~  We are so. accustomed to man-made  music-.that we seldom, realize that the L- -"*���������*���������������������������  x       ������������������_.--<- ������_>  elements   have   ways     of     producing  music of tlieir own.      In ��������� the    Malay  States- there, are fields of bamboo that  in-certain, conditions makek^volume  of' sound   that  fiom  afar -strikes  the  ear  like   a  huge * orchestra   of  flutes.  The effect is .caused by a small worm  which,  bores   holes    in*"  the    bamboo  stems;  the wind, blowing through the  holes, produces an astonishing variety  of notes - that sometimes blend in ont  great open-air symphony. ������" -  Another form of outdoor orchestra  is to be found on the "Scottish coast,  where the sand, in sme districts, produces distinct musical notes . when  walked on--or struck by a stick.  W'ater, in cei-tain circumstances, is  capable of yielding extremely pleasing musical effects, a fact realised by  the'aqcient Gree"ks, who had ajiumber  of musical instruments operated solely by water. Certain North American- tribes of Indi*ui_������ make music by  filling buffalo hides with watei' and  beating , them'with sticks.  Ask Your Grocer for our Famous  Sardine Cook Book.   It is FREE,  Little Helps For This Week  Thee when purple  and    the  When I awake I am" still with Thee.  ���������Ps". exxx-ix., IS.  Still,    still    with  morning  breaketh,  Wlj^en    the    bird    waketh  shadows, flee;  Fairer than morning, lovelier than the  daylight,  Dawns the  sweet consciousness, I' am  with Thee!  ���������Harriet Beecher Stowe.  ������- I would ever awake with God. My  first thoughts are for Him, who hatn  made, the night for rest and the daj"  for work, and who hath blessed both.  If, my  heart/be early   seasoned  witli  His preseiice, it will savor of Htriiall  l . _      '^ ���������    ��������� ���������-��������� ���������������������������������* ������������������  . the day.  ���������      ���������-������������������������������������.���������.-.  St f% DOWN BUYS A  JL%J REMINGTON  PORTABLE  Typewriter  Balance in Easy MONTHLY Payments  Writ-; lor particulars to our nearest ofllce  Remington Typewriter Cor of Canada. Limited  Winftlpes-210 Arotre Dame Ave..Cji.lgar.v-110 SlxtJk.  ���������Awe. Weat, Vaacouver-556 Seymour Street.  An Encouraging Statement  "Viscount Allenby says the bond of  friendship- , existing between Great  Britain and the "United States will  make/the liberties and freedom of. the  whole world unassailable in the future*  Coming from, a soldier,, tbis is a particularly encouraging statement.���������'Toronto Mail and Empire.  RETAIN YOUR VIGOR  Minard's  Liniment fbr  Dandruff.  -How London Zoo Started  MR A YEAR  On Arms and Limbs. Lost  Rest. Cuticura Healed.  This Can Only be Done by Keeping the Blood Rich and Red  If you'would regain your vigor and  amhition, keep your blood and nerves  In good condition.      Anaemia, or thin  blood lowers  the vitality, starves  the  nerves     and    causes    a general  run-,  down condition.   ���������  When the blood is  thin% the    skin   loses   its    color,    the  shoulders droop and.   weight   is    lost.  The victim of anaemia loses -appetite,  suffers from    indigestion,    headachesv.  and sleeplessness, and is nervous and  exhausted   after   slight" exertion.       If  you have any of these  symptoms  do  not  delay but begin    treatment    now  with Dr. .Williams' -X**ink Pills and you  -will be gratified with the prompt*'Improvement In your conditon.      Among  the thousands who have    found    new  health through  the use of* this medicine   is  Mrs,   Herbert Nagle.  Ludlow.  N.B., who says::���������"I    had    not,   been  feeling well  for  some  time  and  was  gradually growing  weaker.      I would  take dlMy  spells and-often faint.      I  -was  subject to .severe headaches arid  found it hard to do m>* work.     1 took*  d.octor's 'medicine. for/some time, hut  it  did  me  no   good,   and   I   was   stiu  _ i growing weaker.      In this condition I  began tlie vise of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills and in a short, time round they  were help lug nie.      1 - continued    tho  use of the pills for a while longer, and  found that the trouble that had both-*r-  ed mo was gone and I was once moro  a well woman."  Get Dr. Williams' Pink Pills af your  druggist'-*; or write Tin-*-Dr. Williams*  "Medicine Co., Brockville. Oni.. and the  pills will be sent post paid at 50 emits  "���������I-wob  bothered  with  pimples  over (k year which' affected my  Tor  arms and limbs. The pimpleo were  *rathe"* large arid red *������nd quite hard,  nncl fastered nntl scaled over. They  itched and burned causing me to  scratch, and I lost rent on account  of the Irritation.  ���������*" A friend recommended Cutlcura  Soap ���������s.T-d Ointment no 1 Hent for a  freunample. There wan a dilVerencej  ufter using It ho I purchaaed mote,  ard after using iwo boxen of Cuticura Ointment and three calcet* of  Cutlcura Soap-1 was camjiletely  healed." \Signe'd) Mlaa Martha  Hinache, Box 13, PHllmore, Saol".,  Nov. 10, 1925.  Use Cuticura to clear your akin.  "tatur"* r.������.������U Fr..* by M������ll.   Aililr* i������ <;������n������ill������n  1..T   I     .������,���������.,������������,..   .....   -Mrtnir..!-    I'ria-a., Haama  Natural History Enthusiasts Reapons  ible   For   Present   Valuable  .'. Collection   ���������  '.';',���������: The .London Zoological Socleyty originally' consisted of fit tee a natural history enUuTtHiasts,' who. met at regular  .intervals."to discuss animals.  ,  I"*7entually  thoy  decided  to  rent  a  site In Regent's Park, where-fish'-could  "be reared, waterfowl bred, and^a smalt l.a box  menagerie   of   animals   kept���������-the   be-1 ""**"*        :  Klnnlrig of the Zoo. . j       Here Centuries before Columbus  ���������Today the collection numbers some I 'Solontlsta recently discovered a  thousumlsCoC attlmals, birds and other ;������������������-#��������������� ��������������� "tno,������ *'hM*- inmslat-Ml. re-  creaturoB-and is worth untold wealth, i.veal    a    knowledge of OelURe among  ,w     _ 'America's    earliest    civilized    p������������oyle,  abroad by one of the Zoo's emlasar-j  lea���������who   nowadays -comb*1'the  world  for  epe#ImenB���������-were   tfiose   captured,  in  the ''Falkland  Islands  by  a .keeper  named Lecomte. !  yWlteti'   ho    returned    with onr* soa |  Hon, a. "wolf; a goose and  two gulls,!  everyon-r*  wont   wild   with  ^KclrAnuan**.'  and. Lecomte beciiiUe the hero-ot tin-  hour, i  The    Zoo'rt    firitt   hippopotamus,    a!  species of animal thaJ has always been L  one of the hlg-^-st "draws." arrived iny,  Regent'ri Park Ju.st tliree-Quai'tt-rs of a ���������  century, ago. i  yin.i-. i.in.aii  No  Kit  I* complete unlets it contains  projection from -.udden attacks  of cramps or colic.  Don't forget  Chamberlain's Colic Be   fflflrrhoefo Remedy 4  Mct*l"B*-,"tJ| EST *9 JLnm 83 B ij!b 5^3 ZrZ -Iz  v:  ���������U.O.  Olttlm������iit ii* -ai-ilBOn. ."���������"''I'-*'-*-; ia^  Ciiatlcur* Slu������v"iin Stick 2Sc.  j Mmard'o     Liniment    tor     -o-orrm     dnu  i Warts ,  _ _.'. r������*-������i*.*������������������ C^tm^rh. M>j^.--i tor Bioo-d m  Wklialniati-.-ii.aMK. M*.������tolCbJmj-.UW������*.kni������it������Jla������  KLold br l������������Jla.g t..������������Ml������ai������. u> >������!-.������ ..... a.u-a.  JDm.l,*Cl.UC-a.*<^U.iHtt������<.kH*t*V,Ml.m4U4*  siZkm  The first anlmalH to be brought fiom  .���������ihe  luca-..      Tlu*  fti**jj>t while clvlSIwra  are said to have come to America  2,300 years ago, centuries before Columbus was born.  .s  ���������*(*-.  T.'V  >*������������������)������������������  ; ��������� -I-  Z������  '3 '������  ft . ���������_^ ^r-^l^s'*-"'-*a'- rv~zsszk ���������x&Hr^&)zricr'\-j!i,Y*&z?������'~-'J'*'  '*J*"!hJ*!Vfi'tiit ������������������fi'MMS*-. ~f&J '  r  NafW^#-^W^i**JWrfie*--'������������*iw"������s's:^  1  1  THE, CBJBSTO^ RSYISW  THE-GBESXOM=  If^ued^y^ If_rida.y"at C*������sto^ft5.*d_...  Subscription t ������&5Q a year in advance.  ������$.08 to "tJ.*a. pointe.  -V     Z-  C. 5*.,Ka^bs, Editor and "Osraer.  ORBa*TONr*B.O.r FRIDAY. OCT;  8  p!s Market Situafioo  J9jr />. McNAlRZSaSea Manager'  Associated Growers cf Bi Cm    -  on? main customer, and he is now in a  sa Veiy pessimistic fram������ of mind  and, veiy     disincl.ned   to   aperid  It has heen  common  knowledge  to all   connected  with    the   frnit  industry  that  there   should  be a  very.-large crop' this' year/"   This  is true of all fruit: producing "Ejections of the United.States,arid Canada, with the exception of Ontario.  All shippers  have  felt that  their  capabilities -would he taxed   to  the  limit, to dispose  of the en trie vol  ume.  It wae-T further felt that, with the  increased buying power of the  Prairie, which was in evidence during the early - part of the season,  and by imposing certain restrictions  such as the elimination of the lower  grades and* poorer sizes, that we  would be able to dispose advantageously of British..Columbia's"crop.  There have: been conditions arise  during the past three weeks' or  more--Which have added to the  complexity of our problem- aad it.  is necessary for us to apprise all  Growers of these and enlist your  fiibney fpr?;6thci-^*than'* actual jnec  essities. " .Roads are almost impass '  atue, ?Which prevents Cven those  'Wha' wouic|:&e bttyei-s of fruit ft-om  getting into towns. ~~ Fruit trading  has therefore been halted in Albei*-  ta, 'Saskatchewan .and  Manitoba,  ' i  and .will remain so until favorable  weather prevails again.  this means that if complete demoralization is to be 2&verted, it j under-selling him.  is necessary for ' the shippers/and'  growers to take care of their crops  in some way until markets become  more receptive. As shippers,' wc  have* just about reached the limit  of our capacity. Our warehouses  are overflowing with l&clntosfu of  which- we have 300 to 350 cars  still in the Valley unsold. Domestic orders are alttiost nil and we  are only moving a few cars daily,  at a time when we should be ship  piug 75 cars every twenty four  hours. In such circumstances we  are unable to receive ariof pack the  later varieties as 'promptly as we  would like. We earnestly recom-;  mend at this time T.hat Growers  assist by picking their crop and  leaving It in' the, orchard, or otherwise protecting it"-until free shipping ts resumed. Any other action  will result in chaos and still further  reduced pr^ypbssibly obliterate, returns which' at the 'best will be  none too lar^e.  We are doing   everything   pose-.  help in the handling  of tlie  sttua fable to cope with the situation   by  ----'"'"      *.--������-������������������*-    -i^*-- W|^rting a heavier  p^  the   crop;    exporting     sizes    and  tion.  - ���������*  'About    September    1st,    when  there were still  50,000 unshipped  Wealthier   a  period  of   wet,   and  most in demerit weather set in  and  sa"me   has prevailed in the    three  Prairie Provinces ever "since.    In  the  Calgary  territory   over eight  inches of rain .fell,  which is  more  than they have ever  before had  in  Such,a short space  ot time.    Thia  ' gei.eral rainfall    was followed hy  show  and .this  in   turn has  been  followed by frost which "has' re_gis*-  teted as low as 20 degrees oft'CLftg  *     ,   .      -,*        *���������   ��������� r-~t"  mainline points.    As a result grain*"  harvestiong operations   have  been*  at a standstill during this   period,  excepting in the odd favored   spot.  Considerable damage- lias ~ already  been done to  the ^min  crop;  and  tlie unbar vested grain will be low;  ered several grades.  These    conditions,  as   yon' can  readily see, have been very discour  aging to the Prairie farmer, who is  saavi%':i������">������nrU.������ s I "'������������������fc^*f",Va.>^^y J Vj jl������l ? .i.^v^.)������.-������ 4.^������l(l)>VJl a^^ ������ S.W---T.TV, ������w!jJ" W" r ari-~S:*J ^.<=. # *l l'*������lT*aBK*A. .aSaf't^l������^% < in^ja.. ^  mam-  i  -     :���������   ' ..-.'.- ���������-,- ���������- V "������������������-��������������������������� "   ������������������"**"���������  ���������missing  the  thrill  of hearing music of  a i$ewfuJlnecs, beauty  .and range. You must  come   in   to-day   to  listen to this  New  Victrola  Our treat,���������your's too!  Creston D-rug  and Book  "Mnia mmm 0m*% *HMM|| iifMu.  fW*'fcaHi*ja %s>  m������__B____!n_____!i_i  *4_*MMU"M_M-|  grades   wich   are   not    ordinarily  moved  to   overseas "markets,  ahd  r *.������ ���������  removing from the  domestic'"mar-.  ket all Mcintosh Extras, Fancier,  and *'C" Grade 125s and smaller.  To reduce the Quantity of "orate  Mcintosh we are, ag insff what  would beTour Judgment in abnormal  year, packing "C" -^rade "and  exporting tbe 'Smaller sizes * which  we all recognize is a long gamble.  JSo as to handle" Joua hans in iheir  p.h6per tithe, and lis" these are" used  extehSively-for export markets, we  are permitting the packing of these  fbr export in stzes ill^s to 216s ih  ISxtra and Fancies, but have asked  locals to hold loose'all 113s and  larger and crate stock. The, latter  are suitable only for the domestic  market and with still so many Mcintosh to'ftjo forward we consider  it would be unwise to pack these  in case it would mean re-packing a  few weeks hence.  Now we ask for your fullest  cb operation with all our Locals in  handling this unforeseen and unusual situation.  A great many have"beoome restless and unduly excited as the  result of fal e rumors which are  always started in circulation during a strees period such as we are  now going through. Utter disaster  has been predicted and, as usual,  criticism has been directed at the  capabilities of purselyea and* other  shippers- One of the most damaging^ 'rents'is ' to'^ti^' e^ot. tliat'  certain factions of the jobbers are  npt supporting the Okanogan.  This is advanced as the reason for  our present difficulties, but nothing  could ho farther from the truth;  V& can as/iui-e you' that the jobbing trade as a whole, from Manito-  ��������������� r*z ��������� **       ���������*"������ ' t *���������   r * 'rZ1  ba's   eastern     boundary , to   the  .Pacific Coast, since our Wcalthy  apples started moving,   bave  supported   the B.C. deal loyally, and  have  done    their best  to  market  maximum     quantities.     This     i������  ev Tdence<l by the fact  that up to  September 22fnd  we have moved  1877 cars, aa compared   with  1108*  cars up to the same date a year;  ago.    As a. further illustration  we  aliipped in one week from Scptom-  der ^th to Iftli iiiofiiaivo, n total tA  460 eam.   If w������   tidd  fcho   other  shSppers* output for same   period'  (esclmated nt ^W cars) wo tlntl tlmt'|-jjL  single " week 'there were" 600  oars absorbed t>y the Prairie* after  allowing folr export quantities. A  large percentage of these cars are  still in the b^t^ments of the jobber  retailers, tn fact Ahe Jobber has  stayed by BC bitter than B.C.  has stayed by bTni; as there are a  great mariy ^instances where' the  jobber has ^piit^hased several ear-*  ots or" fruit, only to find his feet cut  from underyhimby grower'shippers  and   other.^yunOrgamzetl:, shippers  In. this connee-������  tion we are glad to ^late"'thaji the  shippers who are members of ^the  Sales ServiceV X-td., have worked  ���������very"closely;-7-with us during-the  past month! and we feel have done  their share to lighten the load, by  exporting in proportion to us and  are today carrying quantities of  stock in a similar ratio to ours.  They- have also stayed with us by  refraining from rolling cars unsold,  which policy it waa necessary tb  put in effect- ten days or so ago,- if  disaster was tb be averted.  It is no doubt most aggravating  to Growers who are connected with  the regular shippers to seee outside  growers, who either ship their own  apples^ or patronize those shippers  who will not assume their proper  -responsibilities for the handling of  the-'crop, forging ahead with the  harvesting and. picking of their  crops, thereby taking advantage of  -* * *���������      <1* oi ���������*���������  the " stabilisation and * protection  afforded the mairtet by the organ-  ized growers, and selling'at prices  lower than we are -"asking, but  -which, in the end, may net them  morev money, than you will*get.  Such operators do untold damage  by "quoting indiscriminately at  lower prices and make no attempt  whatever to market their varieties  in rotation.  When there were large, quantities- of Wealthies unshipped, and  the'market was inra receptive mood  for that variety, these shippers  hurried "out their Mcintosh and  today when there are oyer 500 cars  of Mcintosh in the hands of thje  -regular shippers, these . parasite  shippers are quoting and shipping  winter varieties, which 'only aggfe-  va't*������ the situation, as it results in  removing the dealer's thought from  Mcintosh and. makes- him anxious  to start cDeration in ^winters. In  short the competition created within  B.O. is  by  far  more  injurious  .than all-the oompetitioa^from. the  United Statesand East^^C^nada.  Possibly We should Ijave' taken  this nieatis of advising .yipn earlier,  but we have been hojnng agmnst  hope that we   could f handle ths  situation   without   goinaf- "t^" the,  grower, and we have also been procrastinating   for the   i*eaeon that  we wanted to be able" to Mvo" you  some definite infoi*matiQi-i< and re-  commendation, but all _nre can.- tell  you at the present tufte is that the  ^^> **���������*"������: j. - *��������� r-  -      *  packing an& shipping of your crops  entirely hinges on the weather in  the "three Prairie provinces,, ao  please beat with us "until' there, is  some improvement, aseven with ������t31  the assistance you can render it  will be difficulty enough to m-ain-  tain markets and move the crop in  "an orderly manhex*.  , '  -���������      -it^r-'     * '      *S   l-*t* ***   ' -L  ~     ��������� a -      ���������*  'Cabbage, carrots, onions, potatoes  for sale.   Fred li-rwis.- Oreston.  I-"1-'' c*,'""7?"     " -"*"-  GrrftON���������Best, quality, .2   cents   a  pound/  Mrs. S.JWdda, Brickson*"  TRANSFERi HAULAGE  MOTOR AND TEAM SERVICE AT ALL.HOURSi  COAL ANDWO0������  LETHBRIDGE DIAMONDzand.CARBON      '  Also*Blacksmith's CossI   - r t:   : *  COAL ID ST001 AU THE IlfcE. HAY AMD OATS FOB SAU  JPRICBB *������MBl^e^^AJB*US '      ''  _-*^ ������>       ju- * ���������      *      *r _������-.������������������ -    H      -^ *  -    ������������������_-���������������������������������,-.*���������- V   -��������� "a- '"''j-   .     -   -  aaatfmfamaamemaBmm  <r?Z  ���������      -*.Sa-J������  iiiiwMfiimii  N.J-r"  .r^   *^������Ti- t\r  lit, M|lj������lll.   IK!  ��������� *     -5," -  ������*=-  * (*^r-,-*'"*>^  tfim90-  ja  ������un  for Cliri^tmas  and New Years  Special PAS/ Sailings  Dec.  ������������  7   S.S. Motitroyal���������Liverpool. .  11   S.S. Metagama���������Glasgow-Liverpool.  15   S.S. Montcalm���������Liverpool. *  1$   S.S.vMinnedosa���������C^erfjo**^-Sou*d_^^  -"    -i V  ' " "- '  -'","-  .-Antwerp,   '-        * ' .  SPECIAL SLPWING GABS  will be operated tfaa-ougfr to the ship's side ait  mm West St. John for th^at>dve sauings. -       ^   y  BOOK EARLY for CHOICE ACCOMMODATION  " Have the ticket*, agent ofthe Canadian Pacific y  give you full particulars.  CANADIAN   PACFIG  mmtmm^mm������mmmm*^m  ���������^^������  Cooled   Weather   makes  yoB thinklof Warmer Clothing:  ^���������7 j '. ....���������.^L.uiiu.i... ���������__��������� .u.i.,; i..." L'i'iUj..���������i,mai.i'u^fiiv.!ia'..,.��������� jui 'A.: 7i i 'Aw ,������ mhrirmm^jvmmmt^ama  MAY WE SUGGEST  r   +mm  PENMAN'S HOSIERY for Meo, Women  " &nd Children -^' ���������'.'  ' . ... " ���������"���������'���������'��������� ���������'*���������'..- --v.''       ' '.''.'., P . 1     .':-" -'a,'. . '.'       - .���������'  in All Wool and Silk and Wool in great variety of shades and  colorings.    These goods were purchased from Penman's factory ^  y and are reliable and stylish.;   '  m\wL    ^)mrJm% ^>iHtr mJs*w&^CSJm    Vrvf ^sTftAlA'' wfwF  *B^5 tWm C^iuJMBlAEluZQlO 'WW   Hj^^>0%JmM ' ,&9 QlrwBlJSl^Llw ���������  Penman's  for  fit  and  comfort in  all  weigh  We are agents for the celebrated JAEGER lines of BINE ALL WOOL GOODS \  and .carry samo in stock.   Prices and quality right. ,.v.  asqzss  'T wm.".���������"" '   I"1 "-""ii'i-t  auiuaiiaai  i:  ��������� MM"      %M  LIMITED  1*1  Ml  M  I i-   "*      *-      -       .  7    .-   >  J  ''V".  ���������*" =r:  THE  CH-ESTOm, REVIEW  9aM\  gfftE- HW PTSON5  ,    Va-cant.      imrese-nre-a,  *  7Crown la-ndfe may ba pre-emptea W  British subjects over 18 years et as-fe,  and by aliens on deel������J*in-jr Snteatton  to become British suhjeet-V:*c������"|_l--  tion-kl   upon   residence,  - owm-^Stflen.  . and taiprovemerat , for asrSjj-MAtttxal  purposes, ~-y^ y      \  ���������""aH tnformsatien coirj^^nate^y'iri^-i.  siven is Bulletin. No. 1, *Dand*-*ffaHrie*-,?'  "How to. Pre-empt .Land/': oopk* of'  whloli can be. obtained free of -cbaroe  ,by addressing; the Department .of  tajande. -Victoria, B.O,. or to aaarCtow  ernment Agent.'  -        '*��������� '  Records wlli- be' ffranted covering  only land suitable- (or -fer*c-__atttraJ-  purposes, and -wj-tlch la not timber-"  land. i.e., carrying, over, .6.000 board  feet.per -acre vest of the Coast Stance  and $,000 feet per acre east of'that  Ransre. ,       " _.* < : -  Applications for pre-camttoua are  .to Im addressed to the \\kx& Com-  mlssioner of the* "Land RecordSnar Division, In which tbe land appBed for  la aituat&S, and are xoade/on. esiatsd  forme, copies of which eaa~ ��������������� obtained from the X-and Commissioner.  Pre-emptions jmuarbe occupied' for  ftv������ yean) And impsovsmenfia -Made  to value of 910 per acre, tactadlng  clearing and cultivating at toast five  acrea, before a Grown-.Qrant ean.be  rapoeive'd.     -.''*%,*���������  For more detailed Information se*~  tbe    Bulletin    "How    to    Ppe-ampt  -^   ���������)      PURCHASE .'���������   (ft  Applications are received tas pur .  chase -. -of    vacant -and    unreasrvea  CroWn. lands, ntft, balms" ti-nberlantS.  for agricultural purposes; .m'nimum  - priest, of first-class (arable) lan4 to fS  per acr������L and secondrclaaa (arras-Ina)  ,. land t&.S0 per,-acre.    -BHarther Infer-  nsation* regarding- purchase' or lease  of" Grown 'lands is given in Bulletin  No. 10. .Land* Series* '-Parcha*-** And *  Lease of CnHvnLanfle." -,-,-,  Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on."  timber land, not exceeding* w more*,  may be purchased or leased, the conditions       including: ������������������ payment       of  stumpasre,. ���������- ,     . v- - __ _ -  | '  HOMESITE   (LEASES . \  I Unsui^-eyed areas, not exoeedlnsr 20 '-  acres, may bo leased aa -homesltes. -  [conditional upon a dwelling betas  ,erected In the .first year;* title betas  obtainable after residence and Improvement conditions ore falfllled  and land haa been surveyed.   -,  Local and Personal  Kev. F. A. and Miss Grace Robin-  Son had quite a 'large turnout- for  their one-night evangelistic visit' at  Trinity United Church;, on Tuesday  night. .During their stay ia Creston  Mr. litobinson was a guest of Kev. and  Mrs.' 3. Hertlman. ,    .  CB." Twigg got back on Sunday  from alniost. a month spent at judging  on fall fairs along the Grand/Toink  *OCJahigbWays:  Facjnc as for east   as T*"ort,, George. {  _fliifc_*::������i..i, ������ jii- _'_ r.._  J different ..health experienced by Mrs.  AttwpodT'-it has bfeen thought advisable, to lease the ranch and take up'  residence iii the.d (visional city."  -  '. Mr. and Mrs. McLaren and Mr. and  Mrs. Hayes were motor visitors at.  Bonnet Ferry oh'Mohday,* -where the  former."was attending to" some official  business.' With the exception of the  hard surface highway- from "Copeland  to Bonners, f������ie Idaho roads are not  any   better .for   motoring   tlian   the  g~ tl f|      FMumTTmt m_H I "trill      "QVHTjTIl MmmwHjet      M """"""���������"'""'"T v\������.  r ���������-���������^-���������'   .. *   - -  *  ations   rs&ardtos;    pr9r*&V&&#.',Zt&'Z a^Efe^stJafttss-.that weather conditions, m  ��������� " -��������� ~ *.-���������.���������*   **������������������    thejnoHh have been just as  unusual  as in the Sootenays /."-'*'   .-   -  ��������� '    ,/-- *     *- ***-"  " Creston - village  ^council   meets in  Octobej* session*on Monday .night at  which it is passible Arrow* Creek /irrigation trustess may" have something  definiteyto submit in the way of an  agreement to let the'viilage- in on the  irrigation main pipeline.  Rev.; J. Herdman officiated at a  quiet wedding the porsonage on Saturday - night, when he united in  marriage" Miss Preida Dishman and  Daysley-'Charles Bunce, both of Creston. ^ The"young couple" aire living on  the Dishman ranch at present.  *    -   " .  * *W. H...Wilson, the Cranbrook optometrist, was here on a business visit  on ^ Tuesday at Creston * Drug - and  Bonk' Store. - Mi*. Wilson states that  almost 8000 cars were registered at the.  auto tourist camp in that town from  early June until the middle.of.last  month. * - -;        '-      - ~   *  nni ��������� _.._L.-__aL_:   Jljuc- BCiiuus nvvcuuvu  ~M    _ ia     .���������   jC  ut jiuii   uiiuse-  BolWopgs t \&y. Gromtojr7  z  ^       I.EA8ESV  For .gracing and   Industrial  poses areas not exceeding ���������-40  may be leased by one pereca  company.  QRAZINQ  pur-  acr-u  or ������  - . Under the Giaaing Act Che Prov-  fectpe Is divided.into graslzig* distrlct-  and the range administered wider q--  / G-rajdng ^ Commissioner. ,~ Anannl-  grazing permits are Issued based "vb  number ranged,.priority being ~give"tf  to established-owners. Stock-otrnera  may form -associations for range"  management. Pre*, or partially free  permits are available for ssttlers.5  campers   and   travellers,   up   to   ted  ��������� bead. *>.  The inothers, Sunday school teachers and girls of Trinity United Church  listened to a -very practical -address on  ;^Ved*3esday - night from'- Miss N.  Seramons of Toronto travellitg secretary oflbhie Children's W������t*k Board,  who was a guest of Mrs. Joyce during  her. stay in .Creston.  .-Mrs. No"ri^i.anLink (nee Mavis K^ne)  of Kttsloywas a.Tuesday^ncl Wednes-  dHy'-visiliOr'" wjth' Mra.- G.-~J. Bayle.  coming this far to meet x&s-. L.ink������  who went through "on Wednesday  from the Red Lake mining distract of  northern.Ontario, for.a holiday at*'tbe  old home at Mirror ������_ake,   '  Creston Valley is having its. a.un,naL  vi&it * this- week -from representatives  'from the Mennonite colony near Raymond,. -Albevta. who have purchased  three carloads of Wagener, Spy, and  Delicious apples through Creston  -Growers, Limited, and these are being  fbaded out loose at Eriekson".  holders within the village is directed  to warning elsewhere "in this issue  from .the deputy fire marshal L notify-,  ing that on or..before Wednesday,  October 13th, all stove pipes, chimneys, f urnances, as well as ^backyards  and premises generally must pe put  in fireproof^shape.' ������������������ "*"* ^~  J. B. Stoddard, proprietor* of the  Lake Windermere Hotel, Winderntiere,  was calling ��������� on Creston friends on  Monday and Tuesday. Due to the  forest lire < fatality to the autoists on  the Banff-Windermere road early in  the summer, and the prolonged smoke  pall, auto -tourist business at hiss well  known hostelry fell off 60 per cent.  , Mrs. F..A. Barton of Vancouver,  announces the-" engagement of her  daugbtei-,7 iQeoigina Louise,' t& Mr.  Henry Wallace- MeBain.i^The marriage wilt take place from Zion United  Church, corner Broadway and'Woodland Drive, on Saturday; October 16th,  at d o'clock. Owing to the recent  illness of the bride's mother there will,  be no reception.  " --  ^ m YHEmmATE&w o*r smom   - ���������      ���������''j-^^^^*-i  '' -1      j' ���������..    j.  Installed in Connote Cabinet made by McLagan.  Cannot he surpassed by anything in Radio.  -' ^ ^��������� i  Lower prices and. can give easy terms. Will be pleased  to have you call  in  and hear our machine any  evening.-   Everything in Radio, Batteries.  AN' S  "m     >'-*-     "   *>  7Mr. and' "Mrs. Jas.  Att wood Jeft* at  the end of the week,for Cranbrook,  -A"    '       ' ,  where' they have -purchased a "home  and will .reside in -future. ^ Due to in-  Home Jbrews  Creston Rod and Gun Club has just  been advised ofcthe successful' tran-  epprtati.:ii of the 3700 bass fry-taken  out of th'e Kootenay back bend ^about  thi;ee weeks ago,; and wbich are now  making their home in Lac la. Konne^  north of Edmonton, Alberta. The  young fish were put in at five- differ  ent points on the lake, and if they.  thrive more ot them will* be taken.  Due tc. some of the properties adver^  tised by the village as for sate fbr  arrea.i-8 of taxes-being also - advertised  in tbe sale by the provincial, collector  at -Nelson, the village.tax sale on September 30th - did not materialize.  Howevet" the -.advertising of the sale  was "good business aa it' brodght in  $!*%������. of revenues from .some of the  property included in the eleven  scheduled for sale-,  --���������    '" ti x "'   -*.;'--   " = '".**-  D. K. McDonald of Spokane;* was  here on Thursday andSFriday with a  party of������pig Bend,' Wash., Ifarmers,  who-joiere making' an inspection of  Creston Reclamation Compay'-s hold--  ingson the flats. > The fine weather of  the past week has beeu appreciated at  Bonners ferry, as it has enabled them  to pretty well finish 'harvest. When  tlie visitors were here at least 150 acres  of wheat in District No. 1 wat still uncut. - '���������    -  I   ..   -a .    ...  es  \  Our Service  (  The Basik was estsfeHshed in 1875, and ia  the course of fifty years Branches have been  established from time to time at carefully  chosen points. The service at all Branches is  local and personal, but it is also world -wide in  scope. A moderate sized Bank���������not too mach-  ine-like.-^-with a friendly interest in its clients.  .   '" ' - "   st  IlVfPEIUAL bajnic  *.;." <B  C. W. ALLAN,  GRESTON BRANCH,  -Ms-Ba-Ser*  Your Pocket     > ���������  used as  a bank has many disadvantages. '  Money carried in   it is easy to.  spend on trifles or may b.e.los*i  ������r sto&etu   ..  Lister0  <Z"\  Frank McCoy  Eminent physician and authority on diet,  says, iii his'-hoofe��������� _��������� _ ^''Z^-^-'-A'/kZ; : ��������� :-7;y  The Fast Way to Health99  - -1  *���������  It  . . HOMEBREWBEE^  a'^ortn of '4i^ea^?*7;wldcli^ wheijt.  developed, seeM almost im^  ibie to cure. I have personally  known of ma*ny cases of death  whicli can. -be traced to tills cause;  where autopsy haisshown that-the  liver has stopped functioning -Without any organic disease   .    .  m  BREWING is nn exact acienc<?. Home mnde  "b������5crs��������� ma'd-e" without the knowt^dge' of the' ,  safeguardB necessary^ to proper Wowing and '  without ageing to insure -complete fermentation,  arc dangerous. Drink pure beer that ia acienti-  ficolly brewed in a brewery,- and preserve your  health.  X  /y  Weekly -ieptMite in. our Saving  ���������wiU acCTT-maitlate rapidly. -   9  .Small or-barge, accounts -&re weicomsb  THE* ^Mite^^  OF CJOMBv^  --. 'Creston Bnhch    -    '- I^.T.Scnn-geour^Rbnsger  .   \  y  We are now in a position to supply  all your needs in  ^lil__IijJj������_ii.J.ai(4i;waJ   i*Vi*J.'Waa-l\;~ W ai^ m\tXil������&i  C^iaj.aj.L^������, iU W&lMuM US0 MaaWJC3-  ���������������iit������d tha V������*MX.u*r������" Br*w*H*lM Ltd., n������lnl||f Brttwlnfl. Comi������ny  -uff Cwm-kdii, Ltd., *_V������atCn.ln������cer JStuwtrr, hid., Siltet Gpclna Dmwocy,  Ltd.��������� and Vl������torl-i P!bo������nl������ Br*wlna Go., "Ltd.  This advertisement m not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or hy the Government of British Columbia.  Potato" liar vest is about completed in  the Lister area, and tqe crojp is quite a,  fair one./  C; H. Phjllips. who has been here  for a couple of weeks, is leaving"today  on his return to Kimberiey, but  SpeeryPhillips will remain until the  middle of the month probably.  ''.���������".���������-��������� - -.."   '-.���������'������������������   .   - /   ���������'���������-*  John Bird got back on Sunday from  Crahbrook, where he has been a hospital patient. He*is making a nice  recovery from his appendicitis operation but it will he a couple of weeks.  yet before he will again take charge nt  thoBtore. ',""'ZZ "'".'  Announcement is made that for the  present Lister wilt have United  Church service every, second Sunday  morning, and Bev. Z5. Herdman will  be hero for 11  a.m.   worship  on tbe  ,X0th... ,,-. ���������.   7  -.7 ������������������'���������   ������������������  ���������/  , ��������� ��������� ���������- ' . ������������������ '    ' -    $ i ��������� ������������������  Harry Yerbury left a few days for  Summit Lake where he is trapping  parent stock for.his fur farm at Lister,  K, Dodds of Eriekson la with him.  Mrs. VnnBtten and Mrs. Bono  Hoiwic, who have been with their  husbnlida at Kolloggt since the double  wedding In June, arrived this week on  a visit with their parents, Mr, and  Mrs, Demchuk. ':  " ',���������''���������"*"'  , Tho. report of Lister school for Qop-  tombor shown an attandance of -80.00  bf the embllmetti Thos������ m������.ktwg  lilghefct i-tfrindlirjig nrr: Grftdo ������������������������3&4&  Bird. Grnclo 7���������Charlie Malthouse.  Grad-j 0���������Wuilaco Blnolnlr, Billy Yerbury. ��������� Grade ���������������Frank Vorbury.  Grade la���������ttlrk.Board, Randal Smith.  Grade Jli���������Douglas S!nolairf Cyrllle  Bird, y Perfect n^tonclftnco���������Oharlto  Matfchouso, Manning Powers, P������K������y  Smith, Frank Yerbury, Billy Yerbury, Jaek Bird.  GAS  -  -COAL OIL  The quality of all the Canadian Oil Company products  is too zwell known to need comment and the price is  right���������-made in Canada, too.   One trial will convince  yon that SILVERMGHT IS THE COAt OIL TO  lisei    Bnrns with   a   clear   flame   and   no' smoke*  Cereals, Sugar, Nails, &c, always in stock  'SUPPLY DEPOT  mmmm  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  MEAT MERCHANTS  as-rat  * TBYOini  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  ���������    ���������','���������' *���������  _____*Mtt Mt/t*'   *tMm  M*\ tf t__M*f___i     m\    W0    mmtftm. ______"*____. ^Si*^_h WKt9m%    eh    fl_S  J____lflPM_l MS^_k W M^ l___li^_k ^__^ MtfM__M_____I^M__l Am**% Ui***,  GiJilNDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  A Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  ��������� all v&rietlca.  Choicest BEElfPORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  kHfmf.j>Ai*tf fjfiJCAF   mOmfirn *rm>'%r _cvn_fvi>  Ifi-W Hirtr f-tT^trfli M 4t3*       i"ff iw jn" iffn'it imfm mtri*     |_ff    %^Jf nor ffiirfP JE jE"**^ JJf        gfi,    ^^P^jffjTjffi"  InoreaBea egg production and pronluees better poultry.   Buy tha best.  Wiwiat^^  Y- 'ft*  if  li ���������:  * v,iwS!rt*^*^!^i^^_rt������r-^u������*|,^i1-^^^  WjHSSfvHte^w^feiiijte^ js^.-3������#tj;.������^������;aa&a.^  ^57  ������������������'sat** ���������  TSE TBEWEWyyj_!EESTON, TB.   &  r<^������������������g������������-fg  ���������K.-<  Why  Many Homes  ' Are Damp Inside  Builders   agree s that  the   dryness   of  a building  depends   largely   on   the   insulating   powers   of   its  sheattng paper.  Hercules is the only building paper -which offers  100 per cent, protection against Winds and .dampness.      Its hard protective surface is obtained by using an '\v^  exclusive coating preparation that is absolutely fc������3  involatile. N "   ...-*-  -���������*.   The reduced heating expenses more  than offset  the slight extra cost of Hercules .'������������������;' .-���������-.._.  COMPANY. UfrWrmi  XUMmXTOS*. CANJVOA,  -  WESTERN AGENCIES  Pacific "Waxed Paper Co. Western Waxed Paper Co.  330 Davie St. Vancouver 280 McDenaott Ave. Winnipeg  Hunter Martin & Co.   Regina  Take Over Elevators  m^^^az^^^rsfT^^i^r!^^^^ ������������������^r>_i  Tt  ere  sn't  /v i ���������  1 xm e  Saskatchewan   Wheat Pool the Greatest Wheat  Handling Organization  "** in the World  Elevators of the Saskatchewan Cooperative Elevator Company/ Ltd., recently came under the management of  Saskatchewan Wheat Bool, making the  greatest wheat handling organization  in the world.  The* firsts-payment or $1,500,000 was  made -"by the pool to the company by  certified cheque. The pool previously had made a deposit ol" $500,000 just  prior to the meeting of the directors  and shareholders o������ the. company in  April when decision to sell the company's elevators and holdings was  reached.  The total amount to be paid .Cor the  elevatoi*._.system of"; the Saskatchewan  Co-operative Elevator Co., Ltd., by the  Saskatchewan Pool Elevators, Laid.., is  $11,059,310.47 under the terms of the  award handed down by a majority of  the aboard of arbitrators'.  It������ ���������ne-Uun tut isocS}  ���������? e!s4������jitB������>*n������!-������'t &f-f*  there b*������*ti**lff  Preparing for a-brief, holiday at a summer cottage on one of our lovely  Western lakes, the writer of this column tossed a few old. magazines in "his  grip wherewith to pass an idle hour while lolling under the trees. Glancing  through one of these his eye. was'caught by an article appearing under the.  hea-ding which appears ' at'the top of this coliimrt.     .,' 77  How often are people heard to exclaim, "I, haven't time," or "There isn't  time." uttered by way of excuse for not doing something which "ought to be  done. And how false and shallow such an excuse can be! The necessary  lime can always be found for the discharge of-.one's- duties/ and obligations, if  the will to do is in evidence. '  But on the other hand, it is perfectly true that "there. ianX time" for many  things upon which, nevertheless, countless people.'expend., any enormous amount  of .very -valuable time, resulting in pure waste.   -  Time may appear long and slow of movement when measured by ceni uriest  antl the history of-nations, but it is fast and fleeting when gauged by the life  of individuals. Men who have lived long and very active lires filled wiih  noteworthy achievements have at the close of their careers expressed their regrets in thepwords,y"S*b much to do, so little done!" "' ' ��������� " 7* ."'*"  Time, coupled wijtli good health, is th"e_most precious ol* gifts to mankind,  localise the span of human life is brief, every moment should "be put to tlie  bust possible use. Sufficient of it should be devoted-to., healthful pursuits  and invigorating exercise and recreation, in'order "'that the body may be kept  sii*"ong and, physically fit to keep the mind alert and active and the body capable of"the" work-'it mas*'be called upon to do. Onl3r so-can the best use be  made of all the time allotted to the individual. * .."  But, let it be repeated and emphasized., there isn't time in even the long-  life  for some  things.       Sorrow comes to all at some time  or,other, but  Todo  Armless Artist Wins Honors  Work of Japanese Girl Sold For Large  ...-.  j...,      '. Sum. y  -. -  A* Japanese girl, handicappecl by the  loss of both arms, but possessed or  great courage, Astonished Tokio an  circles by carrying off 'the honors oi  the ^Peeresses' _ ..School exhibition,  rlolding specially .constructed brushea-  between her teeth, Miss Yonekp Yama-  guciii, the ftrmfess artist, had for several years'., painted obi, the decorative  -Isasli worn, by all Japanese v women.  Some of her work at the exhibit sold  foryas much ' as" y$600. Miss Yama-  guchi was td have been a geisha gin.  After she had learned, the samlesen  aiid graceful dances ^whicli pjeases the  Japanese tired business ���������man, one night  her father suddenly became insane,  killed her five brothers and sisters and  cut off he r'arms.'  Otfp>e-r Qixtkee, little pert  Filthy fiyP tmwlcome px/eft!.  ';  ^' '    " r*        '.  NO need to tolerate a single fly in your house.  Flit kills flies.  Flit spra}*- clears your home in a few minutes of disease-bearing flies and mosquitoes. It is clean, safe  and easy to use. .   . Z     "'  Kills All Household Insects  "Flit spray also.destroys.bed bugs, roadies and ants. It searches  out the "cracks and crevice^ where they-hide and breed, and  destroys insects and their eggsv Spray Flit on your garments.  Flit kills moths and their larvae which eat holes. Extensive  tests showed that Flit spray did not stain the _mos������ delicate  - fabrics.  Flit-is the result of exhaustive research by expert-entomologists and chemists. It is harmless to mankind. Flit Has  replaced the old methods because it kills all the insects���������and  does it quickly. Get a JFlit can and sprayer today. A  STANDARD OIL-CO. (NEW JERSEY)  Distributed in Canada by Fred J. Whitlow & Co., Toronto,  ^���������w������*^__������__i_^-r^__:  r.   \  DESTROYS  Mosquitoes .Moths  Bed Bugs   Roaches  "The S/eHow can with the  black band"  est  '���������there isn't time" to waste in brooding over one's sorrow and losses.  so merely means to further shorten life. *���������.-..-  There isn't time in this life for worry.      Worry kills.      It accomplishes  .nothing, but is-wholly destructive ahd. undermining.      Ills rigttt, proper and  al together  sensible  and prudent to take thought of and for the future, but"  many   people   confuse*  this   desirable   trait   with   needless,   senseless   worry.  "'Life is loo brief to hunt for grief, for thorns among the flowers." ���������  -Hurt we may be today by what friends or others, say about^us. We may  be misjudged, our actions misrepresented, our word's".distorted.. We may be  unaligned, slandered, and made the victims'" of false rumor. These things cut  nrid hurt, but "there isn't time" to let. them long annoy. Along with them  "here aro also many things to make us happy and glad, and. we need all the  lime there is for the bright and joyous things of life..        ��������� j  Life is too sho:;t- for thoughts of malice.-haired and revenge. Wrongs  may-be inflicted-upon .us, but by pursuing the even tenor ol" our ways, the  mouth of the slanderer will be closed and his evil "words effectually answered. "Life i-sii't long, just lime for song, and love, and things sublime. Be  not' "--onrei-utMl. with thougliis that burned,      Good friends, there isn't 1lme."  People there are who are so busy In this life getting everything out of it.  v. hich seP ms io thorn, all-important and worthwhile that they can Amino lime'  to think of and prepare for-a future life in which we all believe, while there  aiv oiIh.ts so absorbt.-d with thoughts ol" that future life tliat they become  tu'-*l<-'r. t'ul of the duties and rcsponslbiliues of this life and their obligations  -,> ui h.-i*.aj, and lead narrow, selfish lives in a continual atmosphere of gloom.  Lotlt are wro-is. There isn't, time for such misconceptions of the true mean-*  iasr or- Elf*-*.  I: would, for most, of us, he lime well spent if once In a while iny the.  cu5.-" <*���������-* an evj.-nlng-Uour we'made a mental inventory of our days, and weeks,'  ;-.v.' ttionih.s ���������i-nd carefully classified under appropriate headings the use being j  1,'H.U- of iho time alio.ted io us. Are wo using this precious Inheritance, which ���������  i. n<.-.������������������! TS'.'-glec.i.'-'d i.- immediately p*ont* never to r.*ium, for l.lte Improvement ot i  our r.iind;.. an in<-roa.-p in our talents and powers, and devoting all the best ol !  v.l;7-__ -.Ti- ar* rar-abu- -.or ilu- adv-'neomonf of our ago and race? Or are w<\ \  *���������*.'���������������������������>.s'iriK i-ir<--f-5ou^ laours nnd di-ys ou Ulan*  ���������j-obnd...'   r<--rt]iy  has ;tny  liivj*.  to spare'.'   ,  Agony Of Lumbago  Qirickly Soothed Away  By a'  Big  Family  Of  Settlers  Family  Regina   Btiihding   Permits  Building permits issued at Regina  for the" first half of 1926 amounted in  value  to'-$1,728,619  as compared with  For the sharp, /piercing pain of Lumbago, and the tormenting aches of  Rheumatism, no liniment /is so effi-  clentv so quick to bring comfort and  relief as good old "Nerviline.'" ' This  wonderful liniment-penetratesi through  the tissues very,quickly, sinks^t once  tp the core of the pain, draws the  blood from tho congested area, and  thereby relieves the pain in a short  time. -Those who suffer from stiff  joints, swellings and Rheumatic conditions should use Nerviline, the King  of Pain destroyers.. Get Nerviline today, 35c, at all dealers.   ^ ^-Z-  Reallya Language  The call of the cricket is really a  language, it is said, to have been proved by a recent experiment when a  female cricket was made to call  through a cricket was made to call  through a telephone, whereupon a  male Insect at the other end of the  line became excited on. hearing^J.lie  note.  From   M'nnsota.._Settle   in  the  Humboldt District     *   '  -Mr.    and    Mrs. John;-A-' Stundebeck,.j $007,-166, for the corresponding period  from Minnesota, have recently settled j last year. * '-#  in the Humboldt district- with nine  children ranging yin. age from two to  19 years. They bought 960 acres of  farm land in this district and came  with several thousand dollars in cash  and. effects and*.-farm equipment valued  at $3,5.00,,^ They made the trip-from  their home""in. Minnesota" in.*-'- a__ymotor  car and, motor truck on wliich. was  built   a   house   lai*ge"  enough   to   hold  the big family, which is the modern  style of covered wa&on-.or prairie  schooner in which settlers of today  ^^lake their migrations. In the old  days t.he ox or mule-drawn covered  wagon took days br .-.weeks' lo cover  long distances, "whereas now the motor  driven prairie schooner makes the  .journeys in hours or d������ays.  KEEP CHILDREN WELL  DURING HOT WEATHER  Every mother knows how fatal the  hot summer'/'month's... are C0 small  children. Cholera infantum, diarrhoea, dysenlry, y colic * and stotnach  troubles are rife -.ait this time and  often a precious little life is Jost after  only a few'hours illness. The mother  Who keeps Baby's Own Tablets in the  house feels- safe. The occasional use  of the Tablets prevent stomach and  bowel- troubles, or iE trouble comes  j suddenly���������as it /generally d.oes���������the  Tablets will, bring the baby ^safely  through. They are sold by medicine  dealers br by ntail at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brock ville. On tr*- V    <*���������       "*    .  Only the uninformed endure the  agony of corns. The knowing ones  apply Holloway's Corn Remover and  get relief.  -S>a\i-r:;i Cltlrif-.se p"������-*n<'rnl.-. have is-  j-n������<j, '-���������*)if-i -j *rnprislncr th������- donth jicn-  iils; on any ���������-* f-1 r I F'-r* found sniokini*;  riplum.  Fori Scalds and Burns.���������Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric OH Is a standard remedy for  the prompt treatment .of scalds and  burns. Its healing power quickly  soothes the pain and ald.s a speedy recovery from the injury. It'Is also an  excellent remedy for all manner oC  and  Ihlngs for vNileh, a'ftor all,   cwts, bruises and   sprains,  as  well  as.  for relieving lhe pa Ins anialng from Inflammation of various kinds. A bottle.  in the house and stable saves many, n  doctor's and vcMerlnary's fee.  The Qu'Appelle Diocesan  School For Girls  REGINA          -          -           SASK.  WHAT   IR .IT*  .���������..llllllrl <"<!      la}       Mia-     ''lllll'il     l.f      K-.P"-  ....i.i    ,..    : ���������'..     1 '!'/a     . i-   <,:'   ������.j��������� i' l.)|.-t'"  ;>SMi-Mi"l      lay      tha'      :-*���������!.,1.-! ...      (i?      J-!;:l ill!  .I.alui    Ilia-    | I'm.'In,..  WHAT   DOES    IT    OO-  li         ,���������:!.��������� hi'  '     1 hi'     < .a  . i . .���������     m'     ;!" J I.i ia'"l  ail'     III..     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Ill'  v.  _    () V"  iind  ii-;.   ii'-cn  I r - f fft 11 * ���������_.  w >** HI _J \\ikim������*mmWmm>i*m\  of  <'lllll  ������>".  M \a  I". NS  list  [I   " |V>1" f.-lt'l  U.^jaacl        <JV������'HM������  I  I .".'������      i M������a.������M������  England's Strongest Man  Blacksmith    Bends    Steels    Bars   and  Easily   Lifts Great  Weights  .!.   '..   I*rii:i*.,  ol   <ilr>ii-.(-.Ht,pi-;^r"3nghuul, i  ,1s  known  as  '"ilu_   Hlrong  man   of-the-  ,*\vH"-i."      iff.  l."*-ndrt n  foui'-lnnh  Iioi*h<--!  ."* 11<>i���������   nail  douhl**'  with l.is   hands, and j  . h-j*ld.ing ;i  lun* of horseshoi. si eel ln his  jit'j-tli  lie   tiikns-onf!  {^iiQ   in each hand  | and  for-mis  tin* hni'  into  n   loop,      Tte-  f ccnily   lif   lilted    l".;i.    pounds - of   Iron  'from   ih������-  ".-roilnil  io  liis   Itiii'c,       I'rlci.  ; has   b'*i'ti   a   bliicksuiilli   I'or  Mil   yi-'tira. |  ! Mc   i.-a    I"   vciirH   old,        His   hi'lghl    Is i  '. ,r>   f������'������-i    l������i   inclic.-t   arid   In*   widths   2'21 \  [iOU.wl.-t. Ill'    hilH    11       rlll'Hl        llllMISUri" i  ��������� nifrrt oi  r.n  lni'lics.  ,     It Bfdg  Pmr\ 0e-gone.���������VVIii'ri ivursil-  . gja Eitck:-, ill'* tii'i'v-"*-. or liiiiihiiV,-* ci'lp-.  III..-.-      .in:     Jl.ici',     J.,     ijjf     lliJj'a     II;     N'..i      lit.-  ; vliHia-.aj ,.i f>r, 'r|-|OiiifiH' Kf'li'flrlr' OH.  Vv.-ii i-ilibi'il in l< v7ll j.ill) ih,i piilm  and   f.i-i-jdur������'  w   .'ifimiutlon   of *-nsi>  anil  '. r*',-i.      A   It'liil -if It   will  I'-l'ibH:-.!!  fall li  , In  II.  i      A  Oll'a  .Hid  ilea.  Fable For Dentists  "Doctor," said the patient to the  dentist, "I havt-n't a single decent excuse to offer for neglect or my teeflu.  1 have had plenty of time to spare to  have them attended -to, no sickness iu  my family or press of business to keep  me away from, your office, ankl no lack  of money to pay for the work. The  truth is, I am .lust a plain, miserable  coward."���������Life.  Observing Secrecy  Plan  to   Keep  Anglo-American   Liquor  Agreement Secret  A controversy over publication of  the new British-American rum agrec-  monl, Just r<NU*lu*d In London, Is likely  to develop in the 1.1 niled Slates If both  jibvorniii'uits persist In the present in-  t fin I Ion to keep the provisions secret.  Sucre! a ry of Kind* ICellogg says thilr  lhe iiKi-ceini'nl Ir. ju-lUH-r a treaty nor  u convenlion. If \.\u\i con a I met Ion "Ss  ni'ilnliilnod llie tigfoomfnl. would no:  have to go to iho sennle for m tl fieri.-  clou and tlnM-id'oro [Iw sonnto wouln  jhavj* no ('("iriinii nmniiH of nutklng Itio  isiKriMMiiiMit   imbH.'. '  Wins Bucking C������ontest  A ninteen-year-old hoy. Jack Cooper, of Calgary, riding a horse aptly  named '"Dynamite," won the Major  Fred Brewster challenge-trophy in the  bucking horse'contest"of the first annual Bhow of the Jasper ITorsemipn's  Association hold, on' the Henry House  Flats-in. tlie Athabasca Valley.  "^  ^'bachelor says: "Berore taking the  Imp through the wedding ring a man  should be sure that the lict of connubial bliss is properly stretched on the  oilier' side." .  ������0JUM&~S.  lilllll'      .-'It'll III! II f      ������'.������������.H  I liou.,;i ml pollnd <. oi'  i -viTit" fl-'o f.f.n r������������l-.  daily,  III'fl  I' litalll  ^i'.""������������   IimIiIi'i  fil    unht|a-d;i.d  VV.  ifi-n  Minard'i*.  l-in<*nent  i'or   airiacct   bites  W)ier4- 1/1 c11 Arc D,jrjx*cJ  'Krlglilon I.-- iho proud possossor of  I h������'* first (litis In nil Mi inland hulli vx-  cliiHlvidy for woiiuii, Tlio tU'Ht block  wiih dodlrnlod by I.ady fOiiunoil. I'ii-'Ii  ihii In Ht'lfcontjiliit'd, and iho ocou-  pit ul may Iihvo idilhlron or n wiiiiinn  rouipaiiloti- bin uo hUMbunds, or uri>-  vhlrm of Ilu- hint], Tho ri'iii iivcmtrnii  aliniil  "f l.7n a wt'fk,  i (<������ep   Minnrd'o   Lininmnt   h.in*Jv  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for -  Colds      Headache       Neuritis *        Lumbago  .   Pain Neuralgia       Toothache       Rheumatism  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  Accept   only "Bayer"   packagq  which contains proven directions.  Handy   "Buvi'r"   boxca   of   12   talilcta  Alao V������oUlo������*of 21 andlOO���������-������rugt;iatii.  AU-inn lit tli<- tr������<it- mirn (rmmnwrfa in C'j.n������ai_������'i i.,* :*!*>������i r.Jfi_*,'.ifr-.*(UT(*; oP v!*^.**'*/-.  ���������ftHetiUr of B_tllcjrU.__u.l-l (Atx-tyl I'ttllcyllc A������*ld, -'A. H. A.*'>. Wltlln It It) w.-U kitijwn  Mint Aniklrln nw.t.u ll������������������>r itiftiiiiUcluro, l������y ���������hh1������1 On- puljlla* amilniKt luittitllon-i, tlift *1������>)������**M  ttf lUyrr Ooiit>L������nr wtU ���������>*������ ������i*m">& W'.U.   Uielr iceuot*.! umOm tuuk, {ii* ' ISnj'cx Civm. \.  y  /���������  K_f  l-V  THE   IH&VXEW^ ORESTON,   B.   C  Xlxe Vast Aitui Varied  ^griciilttx^ai  in  er In Canada  To TT lie Settlor In Oanad  Canadian'   settlers    are drawn-from.. market  for   domestic nTanufactUring,  s-y.  *aeai*l3-'every country An the^orld,-and"'mining arul-^other Industries.'^fh builtt'cietr for  Rn "L"51"i-:t unci   v'si'i ���������_^_r������   3������i"ii  -^Vsis  sff"p*'p'���������*I*������������������*r,**��������� ��������� ���������-*������ *������������������-������������������������ *������**���������������    -j "Virx,/*. ���������*-*Jf<\-.f*vm.~s **'���������*.**   irAii^ * **p    Aw_ ! A.-a-iin_-isilc  ��������� ^** "   *** ��������� " ^i/    ������ v_      -^       * '���������������������������>    1 *���������*      -T* *V i*        , ""���������*   ' ������ ,- * > J- 'I  Modern IeSeas In Old  Book  , *"*��������� <������.   Early   Work on   Kindness  to  Animals  Is Being Reprinted  A treatize. "entitled., "The Rights of  Animals." prepared by Herman/Daggett in 1791 >s: a thesis in taking the  master's '.degree -.���������at- Providence College, now Brown University, has just  been _cepriii������ed  by the  American" So-  the--Prevention of Cruelty to  possibilities, iii   Canada  wltK*respect  to  soils; and  climate   thajt "every ��������� "settler should -have little trouble in find-^  "ing employment .best  suited.,   to    his*  "particular ta_������te'or education!'        c'-";  The ** accompanying    map 'yjvlll .give"  -gomeTidea-of the" extent" and distribution   - of , Canada's" fruit, ."..ranching,  dairying,-, wheat and"   mixed" "farming  lands as they are, to be found'today.  The    gardener   'can" grow "'apples;  .peaches, pears arid small fruit yin tlie'  Niagara district of Ontario, or "apples"  and small fruit in the-jknnapolis basin  'of Nova Scotia, and." a variety of fruits*  an   the' "Okanagan,   Kootenay   or   New  __ i   t -"  ,_pprtr.trad.e;*and: in creating the pur-j It was ,-'printed ' at Sag "Harbor,  chasing.'power necessary to financeT Longlsland, in 174)2, and is said to  Canada's heavy, imports t>f textiles, be the" first American work on human-  iuon andi^steel, sugaiy coal and other itarianism" ever publishedrc Copies  fesseiitials which, for various reasons,-'are-sou rare that it has remained uti-  are drawn -wholly, .or largely -.frbmi kno-ivn except-, to a-few collectors: As  abroad. The statistics ������" of yearly 'an...ethical' treatize. .the wprk is con-  crops give .bii^a. .fainfc-pictuFe, of7the '^ideredT, of such" excellence that it has  manner*'in which wheat has impelled. been reprinted^ for free distribution,  the material progress of Canada. "Wh^iiiaccording, to - the-' introduction ������by Ed-  "ASjfestern' Canada firialy captured v>liie:|*ward IpZBuffet,. ih'the hope that the  'faitlrot. the tand -seeker, when therde-j sympathies aro'iised "by it may not be  lusions respecting its-climate-andJer:{"limited to the" readers' own pet-ani-  tility were- definitely swept away, mals," but may awaken .humane e������-  population    and    railways,   advanced forts in? another cause, tlie abolition of  Dominion Land System Ol  Survey Has Proven To Be The  Most Desirable In Every Way  Recojr<d  Gold  Output *  1~ i **J\*\m\*%Z\m ������������������*���������  V  more ra*pid.ly than they had .ev'er'ybe- " the steel trap. . j  * Nowadays  one hears of community  settlements   and   the   advantages    of  grouping settlers in such a way that  ^        ... _.��������� -       ������,       i-^.- s they will get- the* most  -out    of    the  Canada-in  Increasing Quantities .   -   --..**     -. ���������      . .    -     ^ ���������  .      -���������-.-.,.       ..      ,,  -    .   -     j amenities of modern civilization.    But  A record Quantity  ot gold ;*s being* --'*������",,*.*        . *,   Z  to carry the idea to >ts extreme so that  produced in Canada. . Figures recently issued, by the Canadian Gov-  erpinent bureau of statistics show that  in 1925 the output Iwas 1,735,735 fine  otfhces worth ?35,SS0,S26.' This wjas  an increase of 210,353.fine ounces ovje'r  the 1925 p,roductipn.     x *.** "   ,,  In 1925 Canada produced a total o.r  8,698 fine" ounces. ot platinum^ wortlt  $1,028,192. Of other metals in the  platinum group," pal labium, rhodiunv  tridium, etc.," tne Dominion's output  that year was .8,288,-fine ounces valued-  lat $64S,969. ;-x . *    ���������  The- "bulk    was    mined in - dntarlo;  the farms-radiate from a central com-  niuiiiti"; has. always brought.forth ob-  l jections on account of the difficulty gt  workinjg   land   laid out in   triangular  shape or any  other    form-   departing  J from the square or rectangle.      Even  ��������� the rectangle is sometimes considered  objectionable if tlie length greatly ex-.  ceed.3 tire breadth as the distance the  farmer would have to travel to get to  his workr-at the rear end of the farm  would' thence-too IgreaJ. *���������  .To traee the rectangular farm to |ts  beginning carries us back to the days  which province.produced. 1,461,039 pne}o''ilxe ancient ROmans.     It is record  ounces.      British  Columbia was  sec-  ed,-that the system of division of Lands  ond  with  219,227  ounces;   the  Yukon;*>>" meridians and parallels'was hand  produced 47,817 ounces; Manitoba,  4,424 ounces; and Nova--Scotia and  Quebec, 1,600 ounces apiece.  Of the platinum, 8,692 ounces was  derived from. Canadian ores treated in  British  and   United  States  refineries.  ed to the Romans* by the Etruscans,  the firsfpeople who really practiced  agriculture in- Italy. The division of  land by these two lines had a religious  and ms'thical foundation. The unit  of square measure was the "jugerum,"  Practical^ all of this came from cop- j which was approximately five-eighths  per-nickel ores in the Sudbury district:fof an English ��������� acre.     In   sub-dividing  the lands of a colony,, squafes of 200  "jugera"' were often us^ed. Each ot  these was called *a-"centuria" and was  2,400 feet square, or a little moje than  three-quarters of the size-of the quarter-section farm unit of Western Canada. - They were further divided, into  the individual holdings, which ranged  j from two to ten jugera or. larger.  The rectangular system of survey  based ,on meridians and parallels, with  Butter  Awards At Regina  Inter-Provincial Blue Ribbon Competition At Regina Exhibition  The Motherwell trophy representing  the inter-provincial ,blue ribbon in  creamery butter awards St^ the Regina  exhibition   was   won by   the   Creseent  MAP  OF  CANADA  SHOWING   AGRICULTURAL    POSSIBILITIES  Westminster districts of the sunset  province of Britisii Columbia. The  development of commercial nut tre.es  is a recent and successful development' in Southern Ontario aord British  _������ *   -     v*-  Columbia. ���������/. . - - -.,-,'fc  In the foothills' of Alberta,' in'.sonie  000 acres.  of the British Columbia valleys and in  fore��������� invaded a new country.    /In true''  period 1901-1921 the territory/embrac  ed by the present provinces of Alberta  and Saskatchewan increased eightfold in population, and the occupied  farm lands spread, over some 85,000,-  Saskatchewan Seed Growers  J.  F  Creamery Company, of Brandon, Man.,  after this company had scored first j sections one mile square, and six-mile  place in the Manitoba section for tlielsquare townships numbered in ranged,  provincial sweepstakes, with Belmont jwas &vst instituted."in America in. 1785  Creamery in second place.  For the Motherwell trophy the Manitoba companies were in competition  with Central Creamery, Calgary, who  took the first prize, and Edmonton  Pure >,Butter Company, second prize  in the Alberta section, and in the Sas  Warren,  Belbeck, Elected  President At Annual Meeting  ��������� J '-'I'. L I  George Spence, former member for ] katchewan   section,  the  Lloydminster  Ma'ple Creek, and first president of the  Saskatchewan  Registered  Seed  Grain j five Creameries- was first .and the Re-  But4t is not, to fruit, ranching, dairy  Southern Saskatchewan there  can be or eveif,wheat farming*"that the settler Growers' Association retired fromjjhe jgi  obtained  some of. the finest ranching  and farmer are now turning their at- latter when the    seed 'growers?    heldjse  districts to be loun-d the world over,  tention, but to mixed farming.      This their annual meeting.      W. J. ^F. War-  When His Royal Highness the Prince 'is-.becoming more and more noticeable ren,   Belbeck,   Sask.,, past   vice-presi-  of   Wales    decided    on ranching as a  recreative hobby, "it was in the Cana-  choice.  The. jolly' sliepherd to6 ^can feed, his  fioclcs.in the central parts of Nova.  Scotia, and in the grazing districts ot'  Southern Saskatchewan, and Southern  -and Sputhwestern Alberta, sis well,as?  in  the  central, highlands^ .of    British  as   the  years go  by  and  the  country   dent   was   elected   president.       M.   P.  is  becoming more  densely populated.  Tullis, Saskatchewan field crops' com:  - tlian western -foothills that he made his j The large wheat fields    of    the    west  mlssioner,  was    re-elected  "secretary  near the larger centres of population,  and general manager, and W. J.' Man*-  bi;anch of the Saskatchewan Co-opera-  gina branch���������of the  second.  same    companj-.  as  for  example  near Winnipeg,  Port-jtle  was; elected  treasurer  age  la   Prairie,  Regina,   Calgary   and  Edmonton, are giving place to the close of tlie meeting that a fine, feel-  dairy and mixed farm, where milk, ing of co-operation had ��������� prevailed  butter, to a limited extent cheese, j throughout the gathering and that  pork, mutton, .eggs, poultry and gram J they believed theysuccess of the pool  Cat Walks 65 Miles to Old Home-  A 65-mile- trek meant little to  Tommy, a pet cat owned by Mr.-and  Mrs. Robert F, Birkel, who moved from  by act of the congress of the-* United  States, providing for surveys of the  public lands. The first, surveys were  in Ohio, where a px-incipal meridian,  was established and ^.t right angles  thereto a base line from which tne  outlines of townships were projected.  As The surrey was extended, principal  meridians, and base lines were laid  out in.each state until at present there  are over 3.ft__mei_idians >and. almost as  many base lines.���������  There Iras been a great deal* of  speculation as to, who introduced this  system of subdivision of land into  America. One theory is that it was  Colonel Bouquet, who in 1764 was asre-  ed by-General Gage to report an & sys~  PanYnie^to'.Lewiston,^  weeks    ago.      A    few days afteiv the j tern of subdividing land for settlement  in the vicinity of Fort Pitt      Thomas  Columbia.      Nearly  every  variety   of ! are produced and give steady employ  sheep cap be, and is ."being, raised on  the praiiies iu Saskatchewan and Alberta; from the -Karakule (Persian  lamb) sheep near Calgary through the  fl.Iucolh,   Leicester^   CotswolU., Shrop-  nierii Bind inco'rhe the year round, instead of a,summer of rush and a winter of leisure. "The" principle-'ot"the  mixed farm %has spread, through every  pV-ovince from coa&t to    coast,    more  ���������y. shire, Oxford and Hampshire, to the ] particularly where the farnvs have to.  '.*"��������� finer wooled Dorset, Southdown and be cleared of busM and" are corise-  y Merino. .Ay small number of Scotch quently smaller.  yI31ack Faces, Suffolks.and Cheviots ar������-  %-also fountl throughout Canada, but  Vtheir ..numjbe^.jjre not increasing Vfif-y.  yj!;-inateiilallyi-.'i.: './ 7 :y.;.y y,y-; *.��������� A- y '���������"'.'  ; The stronghold of the dalty farm haa  7 been Sotutherhy Ontario nynid Southern.  ;���������:��������� Quebec^ and  rightly  so,  as  these  dls-  was assured.  Members  of tlie pool stated at the '.familyymoved thexat ^iisajipeared, ane  ! when Birkel was in Danville he found  theTcat had returned to the former  home arid was7being cared, for by  neigltbm's. awaiting his master's arrival. '��������������������������������������������� -r-:'-y. ....   ,',...'  ',    7-    ,' - ���������   '.,',.  .,,������!   ',. ,  ���������  ��������� ,.������������������  .A������ffi.*_!JJJ_LI_____  iW^^  j Bees   Like; Sweet   Clover  No.J Nectar    Is y Wasted    F-roiyi 'yTHIs*  '*->'"',,  ������������������*    Valuable Pastur-age-.;: V   A.  Theret is    no'--, -doubt-regarding the  vahie of. sweet clover ns a bee pastui-  trlcts me suited to intensive rnrmlim'age7.When em-lllng a crop of sweet  ;nnd are near large marketsland, also j cloyer  at  Weldwood   Farm  the   field  shipping poi-ts,    where     bu^er    and'wns literalljr.covered wiih -millions -of  .-choose can be disposed of at rremune"y'honey.^beert, antl tWy stayed, Vltli" the  y:;'nUve prlcos.      Th������f prairie! i������"oyIpces|^eslii:sheaves; until  the last of ftiom  yaro also making  vapid 'strides- In the'.wen-linto the silo-     The bees seemed  ,'producHon of butter,   and   their   pro-[to be doing their best to, prevent the  gfOHS dining  the pa-at few  years has  destruction    of    so    much     valuable  r been  nothing short    of    lihenomenal. liectar.-��������� Farmer's Advocate  "At a dairy f-.how liehWn London. Kng-.i  ������������������il'^l-arfi^l^^  ������������������.���������.������������������.���������maRi-x-t ���������-���������*Ml������BI*'***'fatufc^i5������������VaTw.w  '���������';::;^:i*:?<:^::i  Derby Winners' Strain for Canada  Twenty-five   thoroughbreds- coming dustry for some five years.past pn his  Inml,    recently,    ������n  KcLmonton  dajryy Reducing Weight  ������won  the first -prize -In' the sailed bin-      One of thb grave mistakes common,  ter clURH,  and  the sectmil jii"iy.t* f\\ani -to��������� overweight pt.*i houa    Ih    to    deckle  to Un- Shoal Lake  (Muhltoba) Crciim-, suddenly  that   their  superfluous   flesh  near AVJnniiie.g, where  Ihey  went  by  cry.  Mn the unsalted clusy n Regina |must be removed, quickly.     Redi|cllon  last  freight jiller.      Several  of them  from all parts of Great Britain and  Ireland were unloaded front the Cana-  dhui Paclftc liner Metagtama in MonV  troal recently far dispatch to thfc  Mullaus  brcocU������K  and  trnininr.' ranch  ���������cvwimory won the premier award  In weight -"Tiould  proceed slowly.'     It  wcjro finely bred    anlrnals,    counting  Tlie  fruit    and  dairy farms  hav������.������,;Is impossible to maintain health on a winner^    of   i\w    Enrlfih-h l)erby ni������d  "*-however   boon vastly eeUpseil by ihe'.drastic    reducing    programme. .   One Grand National in  thei." stralji.  fame of tlie western wheat fields. Per- cannot    expect    to    take    off in two |    mtprvlowod "nt the  -yharr. A.  hsips no oilier natural product, whether Jmoniha what it Iiah takyn years to put  U,  ip  of ai?rlcullural, forest, mineral or mar- (on  liu1  origin, has pxerci.^cd such vhnlis.- :fect health  .''���������'ing Inllueiice upon the economic life of  Canada In recent yearn.      Wliwk has  i b'M*n the mom  powerful factor in -if-  Mul-  ins, Qwner ami .shipper of the horses;  ami kui-vIvc tlie experience in i'l'i- ! tiud tliey ^inil buuu ci.-13c-.Moil all 'A'c.v  Liberty. |England tind Ireland, brought logHh������*r  at Dublin ajid thonco  serit to Southampton for'-shipment to Caiiaidiv by thia  Tliey lind", lio**uiUl,������com'e  ranch hear Winnipeg.     The horses in  this shipment are both steeplechasers  Hutchins was the surveyor who as-,  sistt^d General Bouquet, and was Vive  first to actually apply the system when*  in 1785 he was delegated to stake out  public lands in the state of Ohio. ' If  Colonel Bouquet origin^ted' the rect-  angular system in America, then ic  may be said that the idea came direct-  1>\ from Italy, for although born in  Switzerland, this officer served untiei-  the King of Sardinia in Italy before  coming to this country.  No doubt one of the fupid������menlal  reasons for the adoption of the rect-r  angular system In America was on account of the simplicity it offered in  the description and registration of  land. " Where townships are laid out  from meridians aud base lines a definite geographic position is allotted  to each township whether it is surveyed today or in .the future. Tlie  townships fit together with a few fractional parcels.  The    rectangular  by  based on astronomical north-south and  east-west lines was selected foi" Hie  subdivision of Western Canada. Tin.s  Dominion   land   system dt"������*"uivey has  system of survey  sections,  townships-   unci    range**.  lind  Hat  runners.      They are  for the'.proved l.o he most economical for in*  sand are all ! purpose and  ls  most part, three-year-olds  Is  the most compreiien-  ���������ycglttleri-Ml   In   the  F,ngllsh  stud  boon.! five uniform system of'sufvfy in t:io  They comptise^ono stallion, 36 mares[world.   "Under It about  two  hundreu  ������������������*"     1 million acres of    land    have    already  and eight geldings.. '''*". ..��������� , .    .  Among   them  are  included  tlie   foi-"been   surveyed    by the Topographical  lowing:     Au ratlin.'   three-year-old,    by < Survey.    Department    ofthe Interior.  ��������� Plans, of more than    T.tmu    io\vnshlp.s  SackatchewarvHarvestcra  i  Sat-1-atchewnri'ft gang  of harvester*-' Mot-iguma  triicllng population nnd. capital to the J'or the 192C crop will number IJTi.OOO,'through tlie voyage Jn'; ftrflt'-cluHS ��������� con-  Doniluion, .In fringing virgin arena Mt. waa announced by G. ,T. Tomsett; ditiotrand aft<*r u few.Voe'lcn* training  iamler    cultivation.   In   widening   the  general   superintendent   of  the  clear-  ���������nd accllrhutlng, woultt- be .ready    In  r~r.r-r.  ":.: -~���������~ ���������������������������;   lr������r  lion������e.  prnvlnelal   **ovi'rnimint. em-   ntuiie cu-KeH to ritce.      Mr. MuHnnfi hnr.  W.    N.    L'.    1C41 J ploy ment service. jbceu in  the thormighhrei". raising In- J ner of thin year's Kngliaii Derby.  Y.bro (own biCother to Grand Parade,  winner of the English Derby) out ot  Pti<l.mi*H Pride. Nellie's Pet, S-yoar-  c>hl, by Cygnvui ff.irc of v,-!nner of-"*-���������*>?-  llsh Derby Inst year) out ot La Lis, u  winner of races ln England. .-* Mug-  lu*j*jy, "1-year-old, al������o by Ybro,* brother  to Grand Parade. Master Michael,  two-year-old, who breeds back io  Troy town, a Grand   National ..wliiner  have been printed���������the official documents accepted in all courts as utliv  nu'ajte deKcrlptlnns of land.���������Mop^u  Jaw Times.������  Musa-otini In Good Comp-ir-y  Jan  Toorop.  famous  Dutch  painter,  is bu-sv with a study jof. whU-h tlu* ������������������<-n-  ._  _         .    [iral. figure U  S^. Paul.       Toorop siiy������-  Dentan,   two-yciii-old.   who   coniun  of |hi.s work will "include thi-three figure-i  the  same breeding ns Coronach, win-J who  '" I  i-lwiin   domlnute   the   preM-nt   time,   SL  'i-JtUI,     bit.      I������H*l'-.-><     atJJU     r>������J.-.--l..'.i������.a������.  X  -.1  ' Mi  it!7  **<;  a.*- ������������^*Ht^������p*eJ.^s^."������w������������������"1WJ���������'B"*'^������Sf'^,-  BllffiSllglr_HSBWMw_WMI frsrtwqa jiwiwjwft;*";  \^*������������&Z4Z$������2Z&?S^^  ;a;-^-'yJ3t7a.^*'fr*fr;-JpT-r^"p,^!;i^^  P55������?_"*"  IHE  Fob Sai.e���������Team and harness In  nod condition, well broken.. A. K.  outing, CreBton. '���������  aa  ;3^TO8WsiS'y  '_S..:''-.'.';--;7  ���������J-ai'\:-.v.  Fifteen different  kinds  'j Goat For SAiJBH-i>������y. ^Price, $12;  .-Cw/fJU"^  ^ *Wal^ this  W^B^Ia-savio^ , -, *"  ^'-ih^;?-!1^ - Ifotk'-  ���������sb^ta"*^^ ������13.    H^  iQle^^u^^ ;':7'.  iRooai^ ot- two  -.f^nii^ Fransen;  Mtffij'^*rev;-eytMyes-to  _M������. ,W. K. Barney who has been at  Knslo * for ythe pa^ ihree mo|it)i8, ar-���������-  rived home at the first of tbe week,  and la making a slow but sure recovery  of her former good health.  Rowntrees Chocolate Bare.  V. MAWSON  piano, must  he in good shape, state price. Ap*ply  Box IIS. Review Office.  Pigs For Sams���������Purebred -Yorkshire, six-, weetks old, .$6 each cash  down.   D. Learmonth. Creston.  FtrRNiSHED.KooMS(���������Two furnished  rooms suitable for light housekeeping.  Mrs. John Ari-owsmitb, Creston.     ���������  -  Miss" Baylies, who-has been .Mrs.  Hopwood's guest. for t*he past month',*  ieft for her home io Nelson, Thursday*  The'Women's Institute tag.day on  ^ Thursday last in the interests of the  . Children*-*-! Aid Society work, reaHzed  . $70.  } - Judge Forio of Nelson waa, here on  -Saturday on-some, legal business, and  t was .accompanied���������by Mrs. and Miss  5 Forfn. ���������  Light mnd ifemiwy  ^tmem: Jit-a&fe  New Stock of  Harness  *s  Second Hand Store in  [connection  Shoe and Harness Repairing  Form Na 13.  (Section 991.)  LAND APT  fiotiGE or immrnn apply to  PURCHASE UNO  In Kootenav Land RecordingDistrictof Nelson  District, and situate directly north of Sublot  No. 18, Lot No. 4505*. on Duck Creek, in the  Kootenay District.  Take notice that Arthur Glarter ot-Sirdar.  B.C.; occupation, forme?; Intends to apply for  permission to purchase the f oHowing' described  lands:  Commencingr at a post planted at northeast corner of Sublot Na 12 of District Lot 4585  on Duck Creek; thence 40 chains west: thence  40 chains north;   thence 40 chains east;  thence  40 chains south, and containing eighty acres,  more or less.         -       .  ARTH UR GJuA&OSR, Applicant.  Dated Sept. 4,1838.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  MeeteTHIKbTHtrKSDAY of*  each   month    at    Mercantile  Hall.    Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Quring her stay in Creston on Tuesday-Wednesday, Miss Grace Robinson of Toronto was a guest of Mrs, W.  K. Brown.  Mrs. Moul of Vancouver is a visitor  with Creston friendd this, week, and  is the guest of her daughter, Mrs.  Stanley Hendren. +���������'.'���������  A whist drive will be held on Friday, October 15th. at 8.30 p.m., in the  Parish Hall. Admission 3o cents, and  every body invited. .'��������� 7 '  F������ C Rodgerstook delivery on  -Slat  ^irday of a   Mc-Liaughliri-Buick   sedan.-  whicfi is- certrinly   the   class   of  the  closed cars owned in this dist rict.  E. W.Thomas of the local Bank of  Commerce staff is at Nakusp at present, where he is relieving the manager  at that point, who is on vacation.  Due to a pressure oh our advertising  space in this issue we'are compelled to  hold over till nest week a list of tbe  prizewinners at this year's fall fair.  For Sax,-b���������-30-gallon hot water  tank and piping, $12.50. Also- large,  new waBhtub and set ^bf- feather pillows.: Mrs. W. K. Brown, Creston.  Charlie Hanson, nf Ijos Angeles,  Calif., arrived on 'Monday on'a visit  with his father anoT sister, who are  occupying theXyne ranch at present.  8F, W.. Stacey. Fhm.O., eyesight  specialist, will be in Creston for one  day, on or about -the 10th. Exact  date will be andbunced iu next weed's  issue".  Provincial   police,   office     revenues  were buoyant for Sedtetuber, running  .to almost $1500.    Of this amount $650  wus for bunting licenses, and another  $700 was from fines.  Sb-condhantj Stork���������-Alex. Mirabel li reminds all .that his secondhand  store, next the shoes shop, is well  stocked up in. all lines, and that he is  prepared to buy yanything.  CcwFoe Saie-Ojiu gentle  milch  cow,   Jersey-Shorthorn,   6 years old,  extra  good   cream   and butter cow,  due   to   freshen     October  21at,   $75.  W. H. CRAWFOKD, W.M. j Mrs. M. Nathoret, Wynndel.  TOW*"? P50EE^.Tx*-rX*RfS jf**? SSiJe' *m  Barton Avenuev Creston^--JI10 down  and $10 a month, with no interest,  App*y Mrs. F. A. Barton, 2012 Wood*  ana Drive, VancauvesvB. C.     ~   j,- "  ���������" ������ - ���������k. F r  . ���������The Presbyterian '.Ladies'* Aid "announce that they -s?515 h^Ve th&ir usual  thanksgiving dinner on Thuisday.'  Novemeber 4th, and their bazaar- this  year wili-befj-in November 27th;      . -Z^  Oreston B>oa*rd -of Tirade - meets in  October session on. Tuesday nigh l;  and ills there, vires not a quorum at -the  September meeiingthere is-an accumulation of business to dispose of. r y  Although "times have been none- ftpp  | prosperous v$Uage tax colle<&ions Wa'vje-  [ been good.   When, the .15 per. cento'  penalty . was  Mdea *. at October' first  less than $800 of JJ&28 rates are, unpaid.  Witbv better father prevailing at  prairie points7 ttiey 'apple   movement:  from the Valley is ^&taHi$g up ajgaiti.  All-the packing* sheds are filled almost,  to -capacity with wrap|iied'-and orchard  box fruit.   -.'-"-- *'' y   *���������  - September,, 1026, has been the wet  test since weather .records' have been  kept in Creston, the total rainfall  being 3J inches." Fox August and  September the moisture supply aggregated close to seven inches.  A^roeetingjof the shareholders of  Creston Reclamation Company, Lim^  ited, ia being field tonight at which  the plans of the special finance committee to secure funds to dyke a tract  of 2000 acres will be -considered.  -.     .        ���������=-  ^y  H. J. 'Johnston, tie buyer for tha  C.P.R,, was here from Cranbt-ook at  the end of the week, letting contraettf*  for sawn and. hewn ties.     Pricey are  down as compared with" Ifi24,55 centa  being top price for number ones.  The grouse shooting season closes at  sundown next   Friday." The hunters  are making good -jsoofJ.be prevailing  fine weather to mahe up J*or any lost  "time sustained at the opening cf the  season at the middle of September."  X! -- ^*"  Mrs. S. W. Craig left on Tuesday  for Nelson, to which city she took her  yonngest son, whole an appendicitis-  patient in the hospital. It is hardly ft  month since Mr* tpralg feturned from  the same institution after a similar  operation.  Sunday is harvest^thanksgiving day  at Christ Church. Kev. S. Newby  will have charge at 8 and 11 a*m., but  at 7.30 p.m. Rev. F. -V. Harrison, rural  dean of Cranbrook, *w1_irbe.the preach  ef. The. church, will-b������ -decorated for  the* occasion,  The" smallesr attendance at this  year's fair .cut down the revenues at  the church ladies' aid booths some-;  what. The Presbytearians, who combined a sale of novettSes, with refresh- j.  meats, had and an intake of $110;  whilst Trinity ^United, and. Christ;  Chnrch ladies gathered in 942 aad 932  respectively serving tea, etc.  iz^kL,  a  Several Cars ������f Winter and  Fall Apples In Euilk, Crated  ments . s-Dlicited*      Ketisn^s  made promptly:.  A",,  *il  %\  71  7" ���������:  alpry  224 Mill In. W.  pie House  .    CJi6*RY, J*.  mm.  *  Irand    -v  Theatre  ���������v  VJ.CJFXUJDS AND iDUISEBROGi������ IN THE. PARAMOUNT PSCRJRE  ������iT& TH������Om/i!U^-aU4C^ .An������DV^^  Butter Wraps  in any quantity desired at '*  REVIEW OFnGE  x  assssssssss  _g***-____'  SilMM!!!"  wymmm  jLtmmmm Mff 'rftt MBUrll   AMm''gl*m\\m\%m ^LXXtm**. *\\\W *   ttHMHi jw^. MJJMMk. mW j4GA__fc__ M|gM___a_bt  _f"_MJ������l_r_D_ffV__r   *W-     mW mm9mmmwMmf^m\mlMmT  Again  Reduced  3-S  -as  ^  Roadster with high pressure tires.  Touring ������������������'" *���������  Coupe���������wich 20 x 4010 balloon tires k  Coach " ������������������    Sedjin " "* ^ ,   Landau Sedan "  Commercial Ch-tsuis with high pressure tires  ���������g������   Utility ISx press Chassis CO x 5 tires  S. ���������.���������  9 814;0^  .������������������ .3 ^..���������     814.00   '^i ^ ....... 1,020.0   . .���������..___..... 3,020.0*   ��������� l.I84foO   . l,185.0r?  Passenger Cbttsal*- with hl**h pre&sure tires   Extra for low pre-mnre tires on _Rortd**U*r & Touring   Extra for IKsc Wheels on 1 aanenger Models   Extra for full enrd tires on ComRnercbil Chum-l** .   Extra for windshield and sedan springs on Pass. Chassis.......  652.00  062.00  ������05,00  80.00  25,00  25.00  20.00  tft  ,������!?& tP*%J*^ E*3i ������������3> g"^ ^-"i. ������m. C*������iU tg*aa efcsw gg������ ff^i  A diiHhing piny car that once again demonstrates ^Chevrolet's.  ability toj-lve Giejiter Quality at .Low Cost.    Finished in Duco,  In  three   different   color combinations   with   Vermillion   wheels.   The  SPORT ROADSTER i-tno feature** the following special equipmenti  Genu in-* brown Jfutlirr upholstery. Speclnl Seat back and springe.  Genuine Biu-lwtnk top and side curtmSn������. Top boot and tire cover In  brown   iniitatinn ]#-j������ther to  haruioniK<������ with  the upholstery.    Nickln  apliitaefl   wintli*hleid sid������ arntit.      Windshield  .nUlw*  wIiik>jiu    Automatic  JwItidahicM    wiper.     Itcur    vialon   mirror.    Bumpers.   Bunm-C'tcttca,  >cuff plates anil ������t***p lump.   Nickle plated Etead lamp* and cowl lamps.  Special radiator cup  i  easur  mMiMim  ***������**=  ���������'*  Pm^^u^. m^^^tnui.        Mlk        ^MU        gg ^B^^a        a&mu^j^^ _^tflH________. Jmm\ wdM^^ ^jjk ^m*m%^ f^t^^^M.  m\)mmMMW        WiWI W^iWW        W       mW*%������ m^ft^mW *W    mmm        M   Wm\        HW8k mWJLm      *\\\     ^^m      mWmm)  ./  i  PALM CF!   A    MAXWELL  scnvicK on AMYTKHwa arK-*-.Tcoi my aano-LiNc:  Fall samples of Suitings ind Ovefcioat-  -ing bn fJisplay at prices ranging from  /$2S.0p to $65.00.     Remember we give  yoii correct fit, which accountSy for our  -greatly increased busines in Made-to-  -*���������.���������*.; ���������.     Measur* Clothing.  ../":  ���������**  liljp      HilUllta?  Ha*.-   W���������B1���������, ^J   (^  ,  S'SS*���������-"****-*^  ������������������������������������I  *m<mmm***mj  mmm  mm

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