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 E^5^^ym������������iwa^5^55"i^ayi5������^^^  ProvincitBl library   '' .7Ya<jfr2!I7.  \    r  S  Vol. XVIII.  CRESTON, B.C., FIEIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1926  No. 40  l���������a*I������k&&M  Ir  S"SS*  JJJJHM  Ber  Miss Ethel Brownrigg of Yahk, who  has beeh visiting with Mr. and Mrs.  Ed. Martin, has returned home.  T. W. Bundy is taking a few-days  vacation this month, leaving on Wednesday for Spokane.    In  his absence  Mr.   VanerburgJ has  charge   of   the  . depot. .-  Remember the initial whist and  dance of the Wi.rlwind Olub next  Friday night, 26lh, at the Littiejohn  packing shed.    Cards at 8.30   prompt.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bunt have ..just  arrived* from "Walla Walla,   Wash.  and are to spend the winter with Herb  Gobbett at his ranch here.  Mrs. Fraser and son. James, of Fernie, have been visitors with Mrs. Maxwell for the past few days, coming up  for the marriage of the former's  daughter, Annie, to Denzil Maxwell  <if Craubrool-, pinch took place here  tfti Monday.  Except foi^tbt. l.c.I. outgo shipping  is at an end for this season  at Erick-  son.    Theoutgo was in  the  neigh ot*  hood of 120 cars, or about treble  1025  shipping.  W. G, Littiejohn has been selected  as the Conservative delegate from  Eriekson for the party convention at  Kamloops next week.  Quite heavy shipments of poultry  are being made regularly from Eriekson at present, the fowl coming from  the poultry ranch of C A. Robinson at  Canyon, who has certainly captured  the market at Trail. One day last week  over half a ton went out-- in one shipment and.^consists of turkeys, geese  and chicken. From his own place he  sends white turkeys and the chicken  is all of the Rhode Island Red variety.  ..Tn.nrdi-Wa'toys^  buying poultry wherever st can be got.  ton 6 n Th ursday. The boy scouts also  paraded in command of Principal  Jenks. ln the evening a number  were again to town for the whist and  dance."- *���������' '"���������'.' ^ ... ���������> y'--  Misses Zonia - and SA lice Demchuk  were at Bonners Ferry a few days last  week, guests of their sister, Mrs, Van  Etter.  ,. ������������������.. ���������>'  .Lister had a business call this week  front! Mr. Godfrey* representing the  Goodyear Rubber'Company. t  The report of Lister school for October shows the per eentage attendance  attendance at SO. Those making the  hignest. standings are: Grade 8���������Jack  Bird. Grade 7���������Charles Malthouse;  Fred Yerbury, Grade 6���������Billy Yer-  bury, jPeggy Smith. Grade S-^Frank  Yerbury Grade la���������Kirk Beard,  Randall Smith. Grade lb���������Douglas  Sinclair, Cyrill Btrdi Perfect attend*  ance���������Kirk Beard, Jack Bird, Cyrill  Bird, Charles Malthouse, John Malthouse, George Mitchell, Manning Powers, Douglas Sinclair, Frank Yerbury,  Billy Yerbury.  LlmiGU*  Ed. Smith, who has been at his  home here for the past few weeks, has  jnst returned to work at the mine at  Klockmann,  Principal Jenks was a motor visitor  to Kuskanook on Sunday.  Bill Demchuk is the first Lister  hunter to get a deer this season, bagging an eight-point buck, weighing  about 200 pounds, one day last   week.  Mervyn Williants of Trail ia. renewing acquaintances here this week, mid  is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B-rd.  Ted Tedford is another of the local  residents to join up with the Winlaw  bush crew in the Alexander timber  near Creston. .  Lister mustered half a dozen men  in uniform, including Col. Lister, foi  the Armistice Day  exercises at Cres-  Presbyterian Ladies* Aid  ������msazp������n_ OSiy  - '    *Y "~- '       "  Miss Lily Cook was a weekend visitor with friends in Cranbrook.  Reid Hurl, who has been helping  with the Saskatchewan hardest and  thresoing operations, at rived home at  the end of the week.  ^-*  Andy Wickholm, has connected up  for a winter's job---with the crew J. S.  Winlaw is operating in the Alexaeder  timber near Creston.  i ��������� -��������� -_  Myles Hurl, who has been an  appendicitis patient, at Cranbrook  hospital foe the past two weeks, is  recovering so tfrelTthat he -will probably be borne before the week is out.  J. W." Wood was at Cranbrook at  the end of the week, arriving back an  Saturday withyMrs.^Wodd, who underwent t\ seriour operation at St.  Eugene hospital, and who is on the  hightvay to ay-complete recovery.  Mr. and - Mrs. * VanAckeran were  weekend visitors with friends in Cranbrook. - .,  W&wndGl  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. "Wood were host  and hostess to a party of friends for  Thanksgiving supper on Monday last.  Those invited were-Mrs. McKelvey,  Mrs. Hayden. Ray McKelvey, Creston;  Mrs. Ree-d* and Mrs. Anderson, of  Alice Siding; vMiss D. Butterfield,  Mr. M. Wigen and Mr.' E. LaBarge.  Ole Ringbeim, jr.. and VV. Peterson  were Spokane visitors a few days, last  wel*k, returning on Sunday.  T.\ Ditnseath made the return trip  to Yahk on Wednesday last, accotn-  paitied   by   Mrs. ' Ditnt^eath and   tbe  4hoyJi^7T^^ iii������S|rJh^  ^ir'tHe^jim^^  came" home by train the folio wi ng day.  Miss M������ Severn^fn-ciiarge of Division 2 of Wynndel'school, was a weekend visitor at Creston.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid  '   are   holding   their ' 1926  Bazaar hi the PARhSH  HALI* CRESTON  Sn*  Unu 97  di.9 iiUV��������� li  TWO to SIX p.m.  SELLING *  FANC Y NEEDLE WORK  PLAIN SEWING and  HOME  COOKING  rlTW    W^      *���������      rm    ."-"T     | ���������HI" mF     mm*.     W Urn,* Sf      ^"*       drm ^  #r������ ^^w������"������ WWt^W  Mrs. Beach of Cranbrook * wns a  visitor here during the week, spending  some time with Mrs. Grady and Mrs/  Dunseath.  Miss Lily Lewis of Creston was a  gt test of Mrs. Slingsby.  Mrs. Mason and son-. Wilfrid,  returned .on Sunday from Kimberiey,  where they had been visiting friends.  Saturday night's dance under the  auspices of Mrs. Lister's orchestra,  alt'-.ough quiet,, was a success as far  as numbers go, but it was decidedly  shy of Wynndel representatives.  Mom ad Wigen and M. Prosen left  on Friday on trip to points up the  lake.  Miss Florence Wood, who has been  on the Fruit Fxchange npjile packing  staff the pnnt few months, returned  home on Saturday.  Nels. Larson, who is working at  Yahk, spent the weekend at the ranch  in Canyon.      -  Canyon's- population increased by  three during the past week���������all boys  A pair of twins arrived to our Russian citizens, Mr. and Mrs. Rook, and  the other arrival was to Mr. and Mrs.  K.ao5o, the Japs, who flare occupying  their ten-acre ranch about opposite  the pbstofifice.. -  There was a very fine congregation  out on Monday night for the United  Church harvest thanksgiving service  here, which was in^harge of Rev. J.'  Herdman.^The address and music was  most appropriate andrthe edifice looked handsome^decoratedwitli foliage.  fcuit-and <-*egi'tal-*_l^^ .-.:|  The United Chttrch Ladies' Aid  scored an other success at their*  Thanksgiving; " dinner and concesb  which was put on in the community  hall on Friday night. Everything  seasonable in the eating line was  served in faultless fashion at the  Supper, and with Miss Muriel j������notfc  responsible for the concert it goes  without saying teat the .programme  was an enjoyable one thi oughout.  The chair was taken by D. T. Scrim-  geour of Creston.    *���������'.*  Messrs. Alex. Derby. S. Fernside and  Oi. R. Ward of Cranbrook were  amongst the business callers last week.  ' Miss Marguerite Crawford spent the  weekend at her home in Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. C. Pa vis of Rykerts,  and J. F. McNamara of Porthili, the  boundary "-customs officers, were business callers on Wednesday.  Remember the dance on Saturday,  20th. Mrs. Lister's, orchestra will  {day.    A good time for one and all.  L. Guilnoette and G. Betus, who  have been away, for some : time at  prairie points, returned on Wednesday  last and are planning to spend the  [winter here.  Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sly and daughter  of Cranbrook were motor visitors here  on Wednesday. Norman Cassel of  Calgary, Alberta,* was* another busi.  ness caller on Wednesday. A. L-  Whitford, the Rawleigh man, of Cranbrook,. was here on Sunday.  Geo.* Strong ,.df   Canyon   w.s  here  between trains on Wednhsday, visiting his,-son,   Bill.   .Chas.   Draper Of  r of Oaigjiry. Aiberta,   was  a   business  caller on Friday.  A. Ragotte. made a flying business  call at Creston.. on. Monday, getting  back the same day.  Miss Kendall, principal, has issued  tbe October report of Division 1 as  follows: Proficiency, Grade 4���������Grace  Strong. Grade 5���������Marjorie Strong*.  Grade 6���������Richard Molander. Grade 7  ���������Claude Simpson. Grade >8���������Ludwig  Anderson. : Most improvement in  writing���������Vera McGonegal. Regularity  and punctuality���������-Clarence Anderson,  Nettie Androsoff, Wesley Blair, Will-  ard Blair, Dennes Bush, Vivian Langlois, Richard Molander, Beatrice Mo-  lanker, Edith Nelson. Claud&Simpspu.  port ������bow������r proficiency, ^'Grade y-j'  :Ju nior-'-Lee Strong, '������������������"���������' David Oowleyi  Senior l-i���������Fred Androsoff, John Cowley. .. Grade 2 ���������^ Dorothy Hamilton,  Laura, Androsoff. Grade 3 Junior-  Marie Arb, Mary Androsoff. Senior 3  ���������--John Nelson, Celina Langlois. Per  feet attends nee���������Frank A bar. Myrtle  Anderson, Laura Androsoff, Mary  Androsoff, Marie Arb, David Cowley,  John Cowley, Dorothy Hamilton, Ce-  lina Langlois, John Nelson..  Kitchener  Fraser-MaxwelliiNaptials  Mt*   p������WM  ���������������._������    9  Everybody Welcome.  A wedding of great interest in the  district was solemnized at the1"home  of Mrs. J times Msxwell on Monday  aifternoon whun Rev. .J. Herdman  united in m.nrralge Miss Annie M.  FraBer, of Coal Ci*eek (Fernie) and  Denzil Mux well of Cranhrook.youngeat  son of tljyjjjate James and Mrs. Maxwell, of Creston; The home was  appropriately decorated for the occasion und tbe ceremony was witnessed by  a company of the immediate relatives  and fHendti of this contracting ymrtico.  fl'li*- bride wore a stylish costume of  satin de chenc tiimt-ted with georgette and lace, and was assintod by Miss  Je-nsie Fen nos������y of 0������'anbrook, the  Uriel emu aid's gown being of blue and  gold palette aillc. Robert Maxwell,  brother of the groom, watt beat, man.  A fter the ecresmrmy the guentit were  entertained at n wedding dinner, tho  liMppy couple leaving on tho westbound train an a wedding trip to  ciuiat points, the bride going away In  a costume of litnvin green faille with  hat to match.. On their return thoy  will make thoit* home at Cranbrook  wheitj Mr. Maxwell  lu employed with  , . .a.   ara.    ... "a. . , .     . .  IU*.' V.J. .Jatea,  lil|M������_l      i������t.Mia      WJMJI'tt      IJ.OIII   J*  IiohL of friencH Is extended   for a  long  i nd buppy life.  Mrs. B. Johnson has just returned  from a short vacation spent visiting  with friends at Moyie, Lumber^n  and Cranbrook. "  Zenoh Geroux, who has  been work  ing at harvesting and threshing in the  Olareshotm, Alberta, district for  ttje  past three   months,   returned   to   his  home at Kitchener on Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. Dan McDonald, who  have rebided here for the past three  ye.ti-s. have just moved to Creston,  tvfiere they will* reside in future.  Thoy were very popular residents, and.  will certainly be missed. Here's wishing them the best of luck.  Mr. and Mm. Arthur Simpson are  back from Macleod, Alberta, where  thoy have been during harvest. Ttj-elr  son, Lewis, retnrned with them.       ������������������  Miss Edith Cameron of Moyie is here  on a visit of a couple of weeks with  hor grundmothea, Mrs. Z. Geroux.  Bev. A. Appall Lutheran minister  at Creston, was hero on Sunday nnd  took service In the Bohoolhonse, which  wiib well attended. - While here he  wns tlio guest of Mr. and Mr6. N. P.  Molander.  Mr, and Mrs. Omer Goroux and  daughter, Joun, made a bustness trip  to Oi eston on Sunday, and while there  wore guests of Mr. und Mrs. Andy  Lovoatrom. They got back on Monday.  MlBS^Mary HaptonBtall .of tho Mo*  Council Hotel atnff, was a Friday mind  Saiiirdavyvi-ltor with hor pnrenta at  at Crouton.  Misses Clara Hnnt and Mildred An-  deon, fiom Oreatani- spent" the week-  (���������nil at their homo hoVe. 7   . '      :  A. fl. CoSquhoiib of Oranbro^li, J.  M.   Fife   of   Calvary*    Albertn,   and  MIEem &������dlBB&  a____________a_____i^__-������>  Bob Miller, who has been working  at Alberta points during harvest and  threshing, arrived home a few days  ago.  Two Alice Siding artists, Mrs. Con  stable and Ron. Smith, provided the  the music for the Armistice night  dance at Creston. Atthe whist drive  that preceded dancing Mr.Hester captured the gents' high scose prize at  bridge. .j.  Mrs. Harr.7 Reed left a few days ago  for Columbi* Gardens, where she is  making a vuit with Mrs. Barbour, a  former resident of Alice Siding.  Dick Smith, who is branching ont  as a poultrymao, has just completed  the erection of a. very commodious  poultry house, and is expecting his  pullets to break some of the existing  winter egg laying records.  Ron. and Hector Stewart are atthe  head of a party f rom7 here who are  put in the Roife mountain country in'  quest of their season's legal allowance  of^venison. c    7 . ,���������'  Mrs. Webster is just in receipt of  word from her daughter Miss Louise,  who has been in Vancouver the past  few years, that she is leaving at once  for Los Angeles, Calif., where she has  accepted a responsible position.  Ore shipments from the Alice mine  are. expected to continue for. some  time yet. A shed to accommodate  the ore is being erected on the team  track at Creston, near the Imperial  Oil Company tanks.  Local and Personal  R. H. Pooley.   This district will send"  six delegates   as   follows:   Col.   Fred  Lister^ M.P,P��������� Major Mallandaino, C.  O; Rodgers, R. Stark.  W. G. Littiejohn of  on.-"  Bargains���������Three S.C. Rhode Island  Red cockerels, 309-egg pedigree, S3.00  each. White Leghorn March cocker*  els, $5 each. If you have any clean  Alfalfa Leaves, my price will interest  yon,   Don. Bradley, .Creston.  "Friends of Dr. Lillie will be very  glad to hear that he 1b making quite a  satisfactory recovery from *a critical  operation, he underwent at the Genet-  al Hospital, Calgary, Alberta, last  week, but it will be about three weeks  before he will be able to return.  Roast chicken, pumpkin pie and nil  the other Thanksgiving dinner good  things to eat will be on the menu at  Trinity United Church Ladies Aid  dinner jon Thursday night, Nov. 25th,  In church basement, from 0 to 8, with  an admission of 50 and 25 cents.  Tonight's attraction ��������� is the Sunday  school concert to be fallowed by.cards  at the Parish Hall under the auspices  of the Anglican Sunday schools of  Oreston and Eriekson. An attractive  programme has been prepared, and  the admi&Biou is 50 and 25 cents.  U. A. Brothersbn of the Brotherson  "Sloetrie Cojiipaiiy, Calgary, Al^urta,  was here on Wednesday and made a  .careful survey of the town with the  intention of submitting a complete  plan for the installation by a local  company-owned electric light plant  for Creston.'  At tho November meeting of Ores-  ton Board of Trade on Tuesday Last,  complaint was entered at the slim  attendance nnd lack of Interest in  board meetings, and the secretary  wnu Instructed to take a mail vote of  the momber-j.li tp to see whether they  wanted the board to continue to function.  J. C. MacDonald of Victoria, the*  B.C. comptroller of wrater rights, was  a Creston visitor Monday and Tues  day, making an inspection of the proposed diversion of the Goat River into  the Kooteny, and also making* an inspection of the dyke line of Creston  Reclamation Company, Limited. Inr  company with C. F. Hayes and R. S.  Bevan he visited Porthili and Bonners  Ferry to get firsthand information* on  dyking operations on the Idaho side. *  Horn, T. D. Pattullo, minister of  lands, took the air at Creston ou Tuesday en route to Cranbrook. He is up  country holding a series of open  conferences on forestry work. The  cabinet have bad the Arrow Creek  irrigation loan under consideration  but no decision has been arrived but  Mr. Pattnllo Is hopeful of a favorable  decision when it is broached again on  his re turd to tho capital about the  middle of next "Week.  Chicken  M.4LMJ  ._.__>. Hy,  ������u<JO*������J4'V������.li3 V������M   Ml'**     lltfc*'_iu|a������  n convention at Kamloops on Tuesday  to select a provlnltil leader to  replace  Trinity United Church Ladies  Aid announce their annual  Thanksgiving Dinner in  llalltll! WIIW llll II  KAMI Era ER 8  Thurs., Nov. 25  SIX to EIGHT p.n*u  ROAST CHICKEN  PUMPKIN PIE  and all tho other Thanksgiving  : Dinner good things,.  iitiitis hUftm fShililrfin Wr  M-p* "awr hhtMi  *m������* ������* ## Miri M  **���������"���������������  Room for all and all welcome.  ^^^-������^������i^  )*f|_ll|l'311Cll','a,-������"n-'l"aJ' Qv-eAs 30-ytaAJ <t MZuixLaAd  \A/ iiat  Trade Treaties   jM_ean To Canada  New Method to Extract Many Products  From  Coal  From   ������00    tons    of coal a Itus&ian  scientist  would extract,    by    a    new  method   -vviiich  be   has   invented   and  . \ ���������*���������,.., i  which Is being seriously considered  in G-reaJ: -Britain, the following products:.  2,000 gallons of gasoline.  0,500 gallons ol* kerosene.  3,000 gallonsi ot lubricating oil.  12.0.QQ..pounds; p������ paraffin wax.  20,000 pourirSs of plienol.  "  45,000 poujtidis of-pitch.  12,000    pounds     sulphate     or  monia.  -I ia)  AAA   -������~._.,V1_   _~F   ���������,.!.. 1  j-^.,.jw   javuuuA  a_,t   ������3i*a_.rj  mmmmmsm  Tlie tumult and. the shouting i.s over, the ballots have been cast and j  counted, and the standing of the two major political parties iiv-the House of]  Commons has been, reversed. Whereas in the last short-lived Parliament j  the  Conservatives  held. 116 .seats and constlmted  the. largest  group, in  the'!  "*v  When Your Meat  3EESE&  ���������*K>"  Painful Sprains, Bruises,  Restored By Nerviline  There is soothing, power In Nerviline  that has' made It famous for nearly  fifty years past- __ it sinks in deeply, it*  penetrates qulekfy, it. takes away the  pain from a sprain and brings grateful relief to bruised, aching muscles.  If-your joints are stiff and you are suffering from Rheumatism or "Lumbago*.  If Neuralgia bothers you now and  again, use trusty old "Nerviline." It  works wonders, whether'the ��������� pain is  Internal or exterhal. Get. a large 35-  cent bottle from your dealer today.  i  And even after that he would have  left. 371 tons of smokeless fuel that  ���������would give a greater heat than coal.  Dr. Paul Dvdrkovitz, the inventor of  now Parliament, Liberals have, at the time of-writing," 1.3S seats and are the j this Process, is paid to have interest-,  largest group. lu addition there are 11 Liberal-Progressives elected pledg- | ed British financiers and engineers In  ed to support a Liberal Administration. , * the projects-New York World  In other words, in the new Parliament, unlike the old, there is a clear  majority of 'members returned in support of one particular leader and who  accepted nomination-at the hands of conventions of the Liberal party. That  is. the complexion of the new House of Commons makes possible a more  liable form of government than existed in "the last two Parliaments.  Then,- over and above, the clear-cut majority of the-Xiberat and Liberal-  Progressives united in support of a Liberal Administration, numerous Progressives, Independents, Labor and 1'nited Farmer members, practically all  of whom represent Western constituencies, can be depended upon to give  fairly consistent support to a Government, pledged to the carrying out of  Liberal policies. ��������� -  Now that the battle is over, and the general verdict of the electors obtained, even those who would have preferred to see Mr. I\������eighen and his party  victorious will find a degree of national gratification in the fact that the result has been fairly decisive and the stalemate, which has prevailed for so  longvto the disadvantage of the whole country, broken. lt is what both  of thn major political parties desired and. asked for, and Avhat it has "been demonstrated a majority of the constituencies wanted. ' | Arctic Specimens For Ottawa Museum  And now to business. Let everybody settle down To the tu&k of assist-I Thirty packing cases and "bags of  Ing Canada to . overtake such ground as may have been lost owing to the  uncertainties of the situation in the past and grasp tho splendid opportunities  which are open to the Dominion."  In'this column last week the view was expressed that whatever parts* was  placed in power it should devoto, its energies to the. further promotion of the  jiolicy of negotiating trade treaties with other countries, and particularly  wil.h all other sister nations within the Kmpire, and thus open to Canadian  products and inanufacturers'larger and more profitable markets. "-ye now  desire to repeat, and to emphasize that declaration. Since it was written a  week  ago,  evidence has accumulated to  demonstrate its .wisdom.  On the day of the election a large display advertisement���������not of political character���������was inserted in Canadian papers by one of the largest, auto- !  mobile manufacturing concerns in the Dominion. It was headed: '-Tlie Mil- j  tions Gained by Export are Millions Saved for You," and it went on to point j  out that it was owing to tbe rapid increase in its export business tliatreduc|- j  tions in price had. been made possible in Canada, because of the_enormously j  greater volume of production and consequent, increase in efficiency and in j  lower production costs. It was not a tariff shutting out competition which j  had   brought increased  prosperity to tbis firm,  but. the opening of new and f  wider markets abroad through trade treaties, and leading to greater pro- J men are broken down by their house-  duclion. larger purchases of materials in Canada, and the employment of j hold toil, with tired limbs and aching  nianv   hundreds  more  of Canadian  workers.  e ���������  Have the juices soalced through the wrapper���������is  .*h.e, meat _._temte4.;.hy' odors and stuck with pieces of  Wgly paper? Or is yoijr meat kept in perfect condition by Ajax or Hercules wraps? ��������� y''  Either, kind is wax-coated to gtiard the flavor of  the meat. Either kind does away with .the expense  and bother of an inside -waxed sheets      - ' .-  Butchers should write us for samples and prices.  COVyrr*S*feC_U-gQ������B^������>K ���������  c&ittKA&rirm um������"ki>  KAMH.JOH.-x CASJjUIA.  Z,   Z..Z..T        ,��������� WESTERN AGENCIES  EX������?U"*- Waxed Paper Co. Western Waxed Paper Co.  320 Davie St. Vancouver 290 McDennott Ave. Winnipeg  HuntexvMartin & Co.   Regina  I*"*-"  :#���������;���������: 3  t&zxzx^K&znzzz  2Z2IEC_2i_3  scientific specimens from the Canadian Arctic, including . thousands of  specimens from Baffin Island, have recently arrived at Ottawa for the Na-  lion Museum.  WORK WORN PEOPLE  Important   Scientific   Discovery  Claim Nickel and Cobalt Benefits  Cases of-Diabetes  .f..:  Professor Gabriel Bertrand, director  of the biological chemical laboratory  of the Pasteur Institute, P������Tris, is the  authority for the. announcement before  the American - Chemical Society that  experiments with nickel and , cobalt  have produced, encouraging results in  the treatment of diabetes.  Experiments conducted by Prof.  Bertrand and associates, he stated,  first with nickel or Gobalt alone and  then with a mixture of the two have  met with results sufficiently encouraging to cause continued experiments.  The biological expert stated that  they have found cases of simple dia-  Great  Britain  Honors  ��������� Clever Chinese  Girl  Made "Member of British Empire"  For Educational Work  The first-Chinese woman to be made  a "Member of the British Empire," is  Miss Foonyee Catherine Woo, principal of St. Paul's Girls' School ol* Hong  Kong. King "George lias conferred  this honor on Miss Woo for her educational work among girls and women.  Miss    Woo    was   (educated    at   the  .vie*  Fairlea School, Hong Kong, the^Clap-  ham High School, Enjs^and, and Char-  well Hall, England, where she received ber teacher's diploma. in ten  years she lias built up her school until there are 700 girls on the roll and  the.l5rit.isli Government in Hong Kong  betes,     excluding     the     consumptive j has grauted her a site for a new build-  type,   could be   benefitted,   sometimes: jng  tb the extent of the complete suppres  sion of the sugar output.  The"two metals, the professor added, had been found present in the human body especially the,, pancreas  gland.  Asthma is Torture. No one who  hasn't gasped for breath in the power  of   asthma   knows   what   such   suffer  ing    is.  Thousands    do know,  how-  Minard's.Liniment for bruises  They  Find New Health By Improving  Their Blood  If you feel run down, -it means that;  your   blood   is   thin   and  watery,   that.)  your vitality is low... You do not sleep > Lady  ������������������well and are. tired when you rise  in]  ^,!n^'     You find no pleasure in       Americans   should ' rejoice   in   Eur-  .-.our    meals     and    are     listless    and'        . . - il  di spirted at your work.      You have no | ������l)e s   post-war   progress   rather   than  energy to enjoy yuorself. | "hold up their hands in horror at tlte  Thousands- of men are run down by ! present situafffoK?' Viscountess Astor,  anxieties ot work.      Thousand of wo- j M p^ deciared in New York.  j     The admission of Germany into tlie  | backs thousand-; of girls are pale, list" j Leagtte  of Nations, with "the--world's  Achievement  In  Europ/  Astor  "Tells    Americans  Should .Rejoice  Americans   should   rejoice   in  ever, from  experience how immeasurable is the relief    provided,    by    that  marvellous preparation. Dr. J. 1). Kellogg' :s  Asthma Remedy.      For years  ��������� it has  been   reliev'ivng  the most  sev-  I ere  cases.      If you are a sufferer uo  j not delay a day in securing this remedy from your druggist.  More evidence of a similar naturo is found in au article by the chairman  or the Ih-iiish Columbia Division of the Canadian Manufacturers'-Association  who gives a long list of both direct and indirect benefits accruing to Canada from the recently negotiated treaty with Australia, and which he estimate.-, mentis lhe. gain of :*. ?70,000,000 market for this country. This Manufacturers' Association, official makes a strong plea for a continuation Qf this  policy of negotiating trade treaties, and, above all, tbat a stop be put to the  making of ji political football-out of such matters.  11 is right and proper that such treaties should be carefully examined and  fully discussed by Parliament and the people of Canada, but when they have  b.-en :.ippi*ov."������l uii.1 put Into effect the efforts of petty politicians to try und  -������������������.���������������������������ale party cupLral against the Government of the day by seeking to arouse  set of p.-opl* against the treaty because of some one pai  ind jinother s  iii ii.-. r_a .i.:.n  funn-lii produces ;i surplus of nearly everything raised in this country.  I; i';*nuda is ra. prosper and grow greater, and employment found for an ever  ���������.���������a.-iri-r '���������.���������i-nbir of ;-."Opl������\ that surplus must be profitably tUsposed of in  -*��������� -. In order ro obtain entry into those markets on the most  i.- r.-iu.-.-ons. leytii.-;. Camilla must offer some concessions in return. "That.  i-.nsin.-ss, nnd the .-ami- principles must govern In international bust-  in   prlva.te   and   domes tic   business   relations.. '  11,  111  l;i.<-  icttlar item'in  ���������������������������-t because of some other item, instead- of viewing the treats}"  -.vid.- aspects. Thould be frowned upon and resolutely opposed.  j less   and   without   attraction.       It   all |  ��������� means the same thing���������thin and  j watery bl.ood,' vitality- run down,  i anaemia, poor appetite, palpitating  j heart, short breath.  Ho  not   submit   to  this.       Get new  blood and with it. new.vitality,      There  j is    no    difficulty    in doing this.      Dr.  j Williams' Pink Pills build up and enrich  the  blood,  which   brings with it  new health  and  vitality.      Tbe  man,  I woman or girl who takes Dr. Williams'  I Pink Pills i.s never run down.      Their  I friends notice how energetic they are,  what  a  fine  appetite   they  have   and  ; bow much  tliey enjoy life.  !������.,������ You can get these* pills through any  j 'dealer in  medicine,  or  by  mall at.  HO  ��������� cents   a.   box   from   The   Dr.  Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Out,  Has Enough  Radio Sets  Japan's huge demand for radio sets  has apparently been satisfied. There  has been a sharp decline in the demand for radio sets from that country.  Previously Japan was one of the largest importers of sets.  -.i:    :<-.i ,  :_n i i*������r������-oits,  fa''. 1 \  ���������--���������-    ;������.-  Canada  Is   Looking  For  Wheat   Honors  ln  S a skat che wan   Man   "a   Competing  Sl"-a������   At  Chi era go  I n      efiiii aier.' In;:      on    'lie   ;i n noun <"���������>'���������  r, -ni    i lui i   .1     ''.   M i'f heU.   of   I j;< h i nda  .Si!. '*���������..������������������ ��������� li'"van.   ���������'.in   roinre-i.-   rlils   y.  for wheat-growing honors at "Chicago,  the New York Sun says:  .Montana,  supplied   to  thn   world  Us  champion   wheal   grower     hist    year,  Passing of the Horse  Aldridge's famous horse murt In the  centre of London, has 'conducted its  lost auction sale ot horse flesh. From  now on Aldridge's 'which wsl"J> founded In -'1.7G3, will devote itself to auctioning uutomt)"pHes,  greatest, war only eight years over,'  she said, was an achievement of  which Europe was proud, "no matter  what you in America think."  In her" address before the National  and. New York "League of. Women  Voters, Lady Astor said tlikt while  "many thinking people" believe the  United States lias taken the wrong  course in the matter of international  debts, she was not "discouraged by  national or international mistakes."  Nations learn, from tlieir mistakes���������  at least some do," she said, "and  there is no. reason to be downhearted."  Hard and   soft   corns both  yield  to  Holloway's    Corn    Itemover, which Is ���������  entirely  safe to use, and  certain and  satisfactory in its action.  lt is usually s.ife to say that-when  a child is pale, sickly, peevish and  restless, the cause is worms. These  parasites range the stomach and intestines, causing serious disorders of  the digestion and preventing the infant from deriving sustenance front  food. Miller's Worm Powders, by  destroying the worms, correct these  faults��������� of the digestion and serve to  restore the organs to. healthy action.  *i  It will Prevent Ulcerated Throat.���������  At the first symptoms of sore throat,  which  presages   ulceration     and     lit-  wlien L,  P.  Yates, of Fluid, a J I, in that   nomination, take a  spoonful  of    Dr.!  sl'ito,  cupiured  the  title  at   the Inter- j Thomas'  Eclect.ihi  oil.      Add  a little |  flay   and   Stock   show ; ������������������������'��������� ^ "' '," ^'M1' l'1'1"������������������.���������'-������������������������      l\'  ,    *   . , .    .    .,       I will   si Hay   the  irritation   and   prevent  in   (.nlcago,   but   (-an-   th<,   U|(U>r���������tion   .,nd   swelling   that  are  iii'^ ad-t- does   not.  intend  to  let   the  honor ; so painful.      Those who were pnriodi-  o.uh of the international bound-! ('ally  nub.liM'1   to    quinsy    luivi*     thus  made thi-nisidves iiiUtuinc to attack.  ���������j national   drain,  in   the   -nmu'iin  Xfc  EYES  jnfUTATEr>   BV    SUN.WINO.OUSI 6.C1NDERS  *-ro>iHi!.-'if������En o-.-oir- xv unuc������i-'Tj������ l ovnetkut.  STOUT PEOPLE  Tnclin* to full   fee I in**  ft/ter est-  -���������n't,   gunny   pj-ina*,   ean*mp*iiiio.������i..  i .ts pi ,>v��������� thr. Ji-|;<-at.^fi by t.i.kJ/>g  Chamberlain's Tablets  ���������  Clennwing -unci C������>mf-ortinft-~2a5c,  _  TH"  WfW rNRNOH ���������H������MIK0'V. M*,tl  iV.V "T M E R. A F*! O IM w*������  M_a   ', r������r *)���������**.������ K.i.rrV,,   IKm. ��������������� 1mr m\..m m  ��������� ���������rlM r������l.......   Mm,mtm*Cmrmm*m-WmmU#���������*���������������������  f.:.   haa   I...KH1  ('.llllJI*    ������,   .1    a.t<f.   M.ila    (,.m  t*. L������Cl.HueV.*-Co��������� M���������������������������r������-*el<,|-4.MW,*.t^MJi������������  ..nawiiaaawa,".  vr  11; *  st;-\:  ary if lis farmers can drag it north.'.  This inrernaiiuni.il compel ii ion was;  infill ui.-d jifieeii .sears iil*o, jiipI Can- I  i-idii hiis taken ihe blue ribbon tlitr-i  tecTi times. S'*:iger ^'heider sue-I  <"������*eda������>d in iindlng top J-l^c*1' five tltiP'S. j  Nobody elj-'c lOMches Mr. Wheeler's !  r."������f������rd in ihi-* i!ii-"liievi*nt������*nt, mllhough!  Mi     \fli--h-*||   has   won   three  time*.        I  For Faster Trjiina j  r:;iilioiid   tnitjhj   will  be iibte  to rum- j  ������..i.f.a     -j..- _- J | %     ..an-, ni.l-.-iie-"    |ri     *tn'������e-l     Wliell!  WaMh-'-trlngH ur<* tiw-l on '*onch#*rt, en- i  guieer/. beiiesi*. 'lo inuke hih'Ii lilKh .  S pe������:������I   Hit (".   the   I'illlH    ri'illsl   h������-   HO t    III   tl ������  HfelSd ������ii;ol������*efl and several mll������*M of thin ;  nacl.   \i   io   be  butli   ;it   Delioli  for ������-v- j  pei iniei.;.������l   fiiiijaiu.iM.       Tha-   concrete:  W'lU    te-    I!**    U.-le-a.    I tiiek   iUiul-   10   feel  wide. Sued   r oir-tli lit Hon    would    til  In-"'  a n  i noinion i  .������������������.���������iv I in*  in   tuo'ii <������peia  ' i* I in'-.    <���������<> ���������< ������������������.   h    I i   iialil  A French tire coinpuny is building  in riloke-on-Trenl, l-Jngltind, ji factory  that  will  employ nearly :i0,t)t)0 peopTo.  The   First   Air   *$leeper"  Was Operated Recently By Germane  Betweeo, Berlin   and   London  London saw Its first, flying sleeping  ear recently when st (lernmn tu-iroplnnt-  arrlyed al. Croydon from Her]in. If  was the Albut.romm L--73, a twin-engined  biphine oapable of rushing almost  silently through ilie nigli). wit.lt four  persons sleopittp in luxurious berths  In tho cubln. The passengers' cabins huv-i* electric lights nnd running  water and by day the burfiis <*un be  converted Into Beats.  Dr, It nth, of (lie Albatross company, designer of the plane, was  aboard   when   she  arrived  In  'Mngbiml.  People who have good, sense In  most other particulars, sometimes  really believe that all their friends  are Tond of them.  Beware of Constipation      I  It Is The Cause        |  of Many Ailments i  Many ji  just lee If  -dbilit.v   of  uinn  would  there    were  111:-   gelling  liillc loss about  a re mole posit.  After Shaving,  Uub the race with Mlnard'a  mixed with mveet oil. Very  noofhlug to the akin.  H       7 ..     Y^^^^^^sWmmf**^^^^^^^^^ _���������_*_���������  Minard's Liniment for toothache  New   Markets   For   B.C.  Timber  The   province* of   llritlsh   Columbia  contain*  two-thirds of the merchantable  Haw-timber   in   Cumuli),  snys  the  r.fttui",i.1 re*"on!*������*<���������.'. in-elli-rentM-. siervlce;  "y  Sioro the opening of the Panama Ctih-  al nntny now nuirlcets havo been developed I'or Pnelflt. Const, lumber. In  fact, Hovernl epterprl������lng eompunlea  whip DoughiH fir and other vtihmbk*  JlrJfIj*h Columbia woods by boat  lo the St.. Luwreiicei Itlv;er titul  there ,siiw them up Into himlx-r for dln-  ti-lbutlon throughout tho Eastern  _*>t;it*a*s and Cunuda.  ���������A    ���������Thn Shaw Studio  Hamilton, Out.���������"For many years I  liavc titicd Dr. ficrce's Pleasant Pellets,  siud always keep a bottle in the bouse  for use when needed. I would not think  of bchiK without litem. If I have a  bilious attack or sulTcr from a bilious  sicic-hcadacJie, I take the "I'leasuut I'cl-  Jcts"' and tliey ahvay.i relieve tliese  spells. Tliey are the mildest and the  best laxative or cathartic that can lie  had. In fact, they are an excellent  regulator of the .stomach, liver and  howeln. I always recommend them for  constipation. There iii nothing betterf*  ���������Mrs. Hlizabeth Anderson, *) Margaret  St.   All druggists.--CO Pellets for M)c.  Write Dr. Pierce's Clinic in Buffalo,  N. Y., ior iree medical advice no nmL**  ������ ter what your ailmcut may lie ^WJ������������u_>n>W<I'1 ���������-"���������ft."*"*/ "���������'���������I-" "titaC������k������t_������ttUBUAfi-*  am _g_s_______as___. ���������^.Wsr^SVSSOfcC'jr*^^  l.jj  I"-;  -\  T3BQES    KBTVTEW.   CRESTON,    B.   XV  T  o -Build Mills In Canada  For   Tne   Manufacture   Or  ^Artificial Silk From Pulpwood  #*"���������  "������������������".vi1  ���������'$    ."5?  . When we gaze- on a great forest  tree it is not easy *to visualise^ it "iii  "terms of rich cloth and silken raiment.  And yet man, not content with silk,  cotton,, wool, linen and a number ot  lesser sources of clothing material,  now employs wood for the manufacture of the latest textiles���������artificial  silk, or rayon, as it is called, by the  trade. The basis of all; artificial.silk  is cellulose, and cellulose is tlie prln- I  cipal constituent'of wood. !  yXs long- ago .as 18S9, Count Hilaire  de Chardonnet produced artificial silk  'commercially,, but it iVa*3 taken many:  years of incessant labor to * bri ng: the  various processes "���������to that stage of.  perfection wliich is essential to commercial success. That the industry  ha*^ now-become a great undertaking  is shqwn by the fact. that.the world's  'production in tons- has arisen; from  7,500 in 1909 to an estimated 100,0bp  for this year.  The general principle underlying the  manufacturing methods is the treatment of the cellulose with chemical  re-agerits to give a" gelatinous solution  which can be foi-ced through a number of minute nozzles- into a bath ol"  solution (or in one process into air).  This solution cattses the, coagulation  of the^iquid emerging from the nozzles  and thus creates the actual filaments  of artificial silk.; though tlie material  has to - pass through several other  stages, varying wiJ-b the process, before it finally emerges as tbat glistening transparent gossamer to Avhich  wye are now so accustomed, but wbien  '"* wO-uld-have amazed many' a nineteenth  century grandmother.  The * possibilities ior rayon manufacture In Canada,'With*her;.vast pulpwood areas, are enormous. The,countries which were first to develop the  industry, however, were not those-  whiclr possessed, much raw material,  but those which already- had theyoir  ganization, * the equipment, and the  markets for a big textile industry.  Thus, shortly before the war, France,  already predominant in the manufacture of natural silk, took- the leaa,  followed by Switzerland. Now the  big'producers and exporters are tne  United States; Great Britain and. the  countries of Central Europe that are  prominent in the natural silk trade.  .For a good many years Canada lias  supplied   much   of   the   sulphite   pulp  used  for that purpose in these conn-  tries.      Iri 1922 tlio, natural resourcea  _ Intelligense   service   of  the   Canadian,  department of  the  interior published  a report drawing attention to the uri'--  usually   favorable   conditions   foiy the  -j.<levelppm������ntwithin  the  Dominion of  artificial   eilk  manufacturing     in    Its  entirety.      The  I'olloAving  year Court-  auld.s. Lid.,  largest  manufacturers   in  the   United   Kingdom,   sent   engineers  to Canada  to  investigate these representations,  with  tlm;    result    that    a  plant   wsi.s   established   In    Cornwall,  Ohtsirio.lit 3921, at acostof $2,500,000.  This   would   jipp^ar   to   be   but   the  preliminary  of  many  oihers.       Canadian Celenese, Ltd,, capitalized at $7.-  000,000, is   now  constructing  a   plant  at   Drummondville,   Quebec,   and   the  Howard    Smith .  Paper. Mills     hav<-  formed   a' sub.sid.lary  company   called  tlte    Canadian    Cellulose     Company,  whieh  fljdll   bo   operated  at  Cornwall,  Ontario.      A new concern, lhe Canadian Rayon P&lp Company, is erecting  a $2,000,000 rayon plant at New Westminster.   ll.C.       Tho ,.B,C.   Pulp   and  Paper Company, formerly the Whalen  Pulp  and   Paper   Company,   operating  pulp mills in  Prilish    Columbia,    lias  boon   (Mt-rying   on   chemical   research  ror   some   time   In   the   utilization   of  hemlock   for  lose and certain results and coneltt-:  -dons have been reached which, it in-  slated, may determine the company j  to p.'or-oi'd wiiii iiiHtullation of a new  plant��������� Itn'-'lbetmanufncture of titles sort  . of pi*-p. 'Many other companies variously located, from the Maritime  Provinces to the Psu-ili'* Coast are also  talcing steps or considering means tu  enter lilt field which Is so profitable,  so large, and whieh Canadian re-  KOUi'aO'-H, both ol wood reserve** and na-'  tural power supplies, a*v particularly  ndnptod to HUPiiott.  Win  Butter  ������&-    - ' "*  -Frizes    -  Saskatchewan  Buttercnakers Are Sue-**  cessful At Toronto  Exhibition  Saskatchewan, bu^teripakers won  many prizes at both the Canadian National Exhibition at..Toronto and the  Central 'Ganadja. Exhibition at Ottawa.  At both exhibitions the prizes were  awarded, on the group system and  Saskatchewan bu tte rmakers were near  the top of the list: in practically every  class.  "Saskatchewan won 17 prizes, seven of which were firsts, at the Canadian National show, an accomplisli-  inent of which Saskatchewan butter-  makers *���������* may justly feel proud,'* said  P. Ey Reed,provincial dairy, commissioner, in commenting upon the success of the creameries of this province at the big eastern fairs, coming  on the heels of the big winnings recently at Vancouver. T'iie showing  at Ottawa, where there were not nearly so many entries from this province, is also said to be very creditable.  Add  Billion To Income  Products "OF Farms  of Western   Canada   Add.to   National  Wealth  In a recent dispatch to the Toronto  Globe,   W-L.   Smith,   special   correspondent.of-The  Globe, and   a  former  editor of the Farmer's Sun, estimates  that .gppro-ximately ?!.000,000,000  will  be added to Canada's income this year,  "direetV and indirectly. from the  products  of the  farms   of Western  Canada.  '���������'���������������������������- , 7"7y-'i^: ������������������* "..''���������'''  .Last year's wheat crop was worth  $400,000,000 to:the growers,-and it put  the west in the prosperity column. Mr.  Smith believes it ..is a fair assumption  Farming Is The Fundamental  Source Of  Ganada a Wealtk  Ana Basis Of Our Prosperity  Prefer Canadian  Wlieat  Buy=  Purchasing   Agent   From   Cuba  yy    _     Canadian Goods   -  -   Canadian hard spring wheat is preferred to all-olh.el*' varieties in Cuba  A tour (through any good agricultural  section of Canada i^ the fall of ib^  year impresses one "with the fact that  the greatest and most inexhaustible  source of Canada's weal^is in Canadian soil.       The countryside    is    one  that this year the return will not be  less. '���������''���������''Western,.' Canada is~going into! Canadian goods for his country ,  general farming more fully than in the j annual.  export^    of    Canada to  past, and livestock; poultry, dairy products and vegetables will pile up the  money returns at every point of band-j  ling.      Altogether a round billion is in.  sight," states Mr. Smith.  The'prospect is encouraging for the  whole of Canada.7 Last, jrear the field  crop*-, of the country were valued at  $1,112,691,000. The east this year wiii,  again*,increase materially tlie west's  contribution to national wealth..  according to J. E. Gonzales, purchas- (great panoramic picture of grain  ing agent for tlie Goverhment of Cuba, j crops, growing forage and livestock  who was recently in Montreal buying,'feeding    contentedly    on  a  thousand  Will  Pay  Prizes  The 1 hillsides, meadows and pastures. -Tlie  Cuba [actual cash value of all* this produc-  total in valtfe nearly $9,000,000. When j tion exceeds two billion dollars nn-  in Montreal, Mr. Gonzales., arranged I nualiy, and strange as it may seem  for the purchase of $3,725,000 worth jtliisvhuge' mass of w;ealth is achieved  of potatoes for later delivery. He-whliout exhausting any natural re-  will also buy quantities of flour, hay,|sources or depleting any storehouse to  oats and other products. ,^   j which     succeeding    generations     are  It will  be, only a few years before; rightful heirs,  the annual Cuban consumption of Can;!     Economists, point with pride to ihe  adian grain will assume much larger (industrial skyline  of* Canadian  ciiies,  proportions,   said   Mr.   Gonzales.       A | but there we find, labor expended on  project was on toot to erect large flour, what the. farmer has already produc  Taking  Influenza In North  : ��������������������������� ��������� -   V  Among  Niatives  Heavy Toll  . Near Arctio Circle  Influenza is talcing a heavy toll  among the natives of Canad.ian and  Alaskan territories bordering on the  Arctic Ocean, according to Captain  Karl Klenenberg, owner and master  of the fur trading schooner Old Maid  No. 2, which returned to Vancouver  from a voyage as far us Viclorialand.  In a' sparsely settled district near  Herschel, according to the captain,  one hundred men and, women; had  died when he was there in July, and  at Coronation -Gulf, there had been  thirty-five deaths arfd many were seriously ill.  Although the captain saidythe fur  catCby iri; the western arctic last winter was not good, owing .to the sufferings of the natiyes oty influenza, he expected Ids fur cargo to be-worth $100,:  000. He plans to dispose of it on the  Seattle Fur Exchange.  Alberta    Department    of    Agriculture  Will   Grant  Honorariurns to Prize  :      Winners '"'  The    usual    honoraria    for    grand  championships and first prizes won by  Alberta     exhibitors     at   the   Chicago  International**   Exhibition    to be  held  the first week of next l>ecember, wrill  be  paid tbis 3rear by the  Alberta department^ of agriculture.      The bonbi-  arium   for   a;"grand   championship   is  $150, and for a first prize is $100, In  the International Hay and Grain Show.  The exhibits from    Alberta    for    this  show will: be collected by the tlspan-  nient at the government seed cleaning;  plant, and the department will pay the  freight   or  express  on   these exhi&its  from Edmonton to Chicago and return,!  and will*arrange to put the exhibits in]  place.      The special prizes offered, by |  the     depart ment    are     for . threshed  grains, grass seed, clover seeds, baled  hay, alfalfa, corn on the cob, etc.   '  mills at Hsivana, arid, wlien those were  finished,  the demand     for     Canadian  Ji-^t'tl. wheat would be liiore than quae:  rupled.  Drink  Should  Eat Little  Meat  Add    Eight  ed or on the raw- material, the taking  of which is exhausting our forests and  our mines. For tbe year ended June  30, 1926, Canada exported farm pro-  duets, to. the value of $S17,206,873, or  over $75,000,000 more than the total  export tirade of the Dominion ten years  ago. Here is almost one billion dollars' worth of goods    add������d    to", the  More    Milk    and  Years to  Life  By drinking more  milk  and  eating j ^alth of. Canada without depletion or  Uess meat men could add eight years  to the "part of his life worth -most to  himself  and  to  tlie  worlft."      H.   C.  correct  Everything  Sherman-,.- professor   of   chemistry   at  Columbia   university," stated in  a   i*e-  cent address.  The adequate diet determined by !"������-  cent  research   work  in  nutrition,   be  said,   prescribes   more   milk  and   less  meat to increase individual efficiencs*  t and - vitality. The public health  ! movement   promises  to  augment   tbe; agriculture;  farming is tbe fundanip  ! exhaustion of any    natural  . resource.  jit  was   taken from  the   soil,  air   und  sunshine,   just   as   future   geher_ations  may take it in still greater volume U  methods   are  practiced.  possible   and   economically practicable should be done to en-  ��������� courage manufacturing and commerce,  I in order to maintain  a proper econo-  i mic balance within the nation.      But.  the great basie industry in Ganadit'ts  life span by eight years, and this increase could be doubled. 'Professor  Slierman thinks, by a universal shift  in ���������diet.   .:���������-.'���������:'������������������      ������������������.-.*-  tal source of wealth; the soil is me  basis of our prosperity.;���������Parmei-s  Advocate.  Strawberries In Saskatchewan  G rown  n  In Comitiercial . Quantities  the NipaJ-wiri District  , Strawberry growing, in commercial  Quantities north of latitude 53, is the  pround accomplishment of,the Nipa-  win district in Saskatchewan. The  Jilarit has been successfully grown  there for the pasJt 12 years, but owing  to lack of transportation facilities until the autumn of 1924, when the Tuff-  nel-Prince Albert extension of the  Canadian Pacific Railway was completed, it did not become a"commercial industry;  In 3925 several thousand 25-quait  cases- were shipped, some of them  finding tlieir way as far as Winnipeg  and ilegina.      This  year/the produc-  ig -expected  to be nearly  duoble  of last season.  Desirable Trait in "Huskies"  One of Most Important is Learning ..to  lHalt On Command  In Alaska a good tearii of "huskies"  now brings $500 to $700, depending  upon tlieir strength and tlie efficiency  of tlieir -training. One of the most  desirable traits in a dog used, for team  work is his training to luilt imiiiedia-  ately upon command. Prompt halting is necessary because .the great  danger of sled travel is the air holes  in the ice. To teach them tliey are  often allowed to plunge into an Ice  hold trap so that the chilly-bath maJ"  be 3'emeinbered.  Honey  Yield   In  Alberta  Beekeeping Business Has Yielded  Good Returns This Season  The beekeeping business of Alberta  wbich is centred mainly in the irrigated; district around Lethbridge and  Stirling has brought good returns this  season. In the locality named tne  yield is estimated at more than a Ivun-  Enough Apples For Everyone  One  Every  Barrel    of    Apples     For  Three Persons  In relation to population Canada and  the  United   States, will  each'!'' produce  this year one barrel    of    apples     Tor  about every three persons of thejiopu-  latibn.       The  commercial   apple   crop  ) of CanEida is placed at 3,000,000  bar-  } rels.       The Dominion's   population  is  dred tons from 3,000  year most of the    local  wholesaled    at    15  This  year a  price  colonies.^  horiVy  Last  was j  cents per pound, j  ol:  better tlian  16 i  1*9,000,000 in round figures.  cents   is   being   received   despite   the j  larger local crop.      This is due to tne j  fact that   the  Ontario   crop   of white j  hpney is only^IO per cent, of last year's  output in that province.  tion  that  Highlanders Present  "Big  Horn's**   Head  Maple  Sugar  Output  Down  Unseasonable    Weather "��������� Cuts  Production This Year  Owing to the unseasonable weatliei  during   Ilie   tupping  season, ��������� the  production of maple syrup and sugar in  Canada this year  showed  a decrease  as compared with the figures  Tor the  previous year,   *"������*ho .quantity of maple  ssugar  produced  in   1.920 -uinounted 'lo  7,137.303 pounds, viilued at $1,320,837,  as contrasted, with 10,19(i������2������2 pounds,  worth     $1,8I7.������72     In     1025,       Maple  syrupfoutptit totalled l,7t������|G70 gallon*-,  the  production of e������*llu*-j valued at $3,575,538, as agninHt 3,07,3,-  '0!>3 gallonp, vit]uo<l nt $3,-ll0,22G hint  year. The province of Quebec continues to produce over half of the  (olal Jloniinion produc.ion ol inurde  syrup .and sugar.  v^  It  1-nT  *-(��������� hr n   11 ,  t.V"-*'"'l!    till  ea.sjj- for a man l������" *K**������*p cool  Ih up to hlin to ehoose 1m*-  1 frying pun sitnl. ilu* lire.  - Couldn't Fool  Him  A woman wan having. dillicully in  teaching tier new Chinese, servant  how to recol.'e culling <j|lrdH. She  -ivont. outHide and ontered her om-ii  card. The next day two women callers pro."<'nied their rard.s. Comparing  them with that or Ids ml.slroHH, lhe  Chlnumnn replied, "Ticket h no good.  Can't V:o������u! In,"���������The Outlook.  In the United States the apple crop  is estimated at 10,000,000 barrel-*", in  Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and X<?w  Brunswick, the principal fruit growing districts of Eastern-Canada, tne  ap^le crop this~ye5"-" is slightly lower  than last year, but is 30 per cent, more  in. British Columbia than a year ago.  The production in 1926 in British Columbia will total over 1,200,000 barrc:..-������.  A considerable part of the Canadian  apVle crop is exported to other countries where it finds a ready market.  The fruit is sold 'principally through  co-operative organizations of fru:r  farmers.  Where Women Are In Demand  mi  Are  In  Auj  South  ;tra-  Tbls magnfftccnt moimtod head of a  Ilocky MountnIn yheep wiih presented  reconlly to Ll.-Colonel C. P. James,  IJrS.O,, comniuiuUiig lhe Argyll and  Su-lhorlnnd Illghhtndejyi ut ParkliurBt,  Isle of Wight, by Colonel Sir George  Outnumbcred By Mers  lla, New Zealand and  Africa  In  England there aro  1,09(1  females  to every 3,000 males, but lhe proportion of women in Australia    is    only  976 por 1,000 men, in New Zealand 957.  in  South  Africa  913,  and   in   Canada  as  low as  9-10���������that is  to  say, while  9G por 1.000 "ft-omen In  England nni*-u  remain  spinsters  the  dominions  have  large   numbers   of  marriageable   nun  doomed to bachelorhoods      In Australia  ihe   ill-fated  bachelors, ���������iiccordlng  to   tbe  latest   figures',   number  about  "90.000,     In    New    Zealand   27,000,   in  South Africa 44,000  (these are whiti'S  only), and In Canada 270.00ft���������a  of   133,000   overseas   mon   who  either   marry   wives   outside   the   du  minions or not marry at all.  VIOli.l  niu.-t  Mel.; i re h r.r'-v.-n,  geii-irul manager  Pud lie Ilalhvriy.  The one conn fry In Kuropo tliat Hop  oulKidOj the pale of copyright Is .lugo-  ..i...-i>.  K.C.I*'., 1'iiropoiin  of iho "Canadian  The head waH flenl.  fprwaril rrom Bunff by tlio IM. llnl>  tallon Calgary Highlander-", 10th Bal-  iii Hon C.K.F., In commonutiatton ofthe  fiml that Ihey have become nlttlluto-1  with ihe Argyll and. Sutherland Illgh-  3;a.(K'-V,.  rnd-niber of  the  OHIcvih   Mess  of   tb<*  Calgary Highlander.*-.  The trophy Inn* been   dlnpalcbed   f������  Stirling   CaHtle   depot   and   has   been  I A Libelous Word  j A Pi'iin.Saylvaiya court has decided  tthat when one calls another "pr7.i."i"ar-  imaexyli" he libels hint. It stems that  , ihe word means "sieuier" or "'squaii-  . tlerer," but o������n- need not know than  io  feel *-ure thai the epbhot   Is libi'loiis.  It luiH tho look of a scandalous in.-u'l.  ���������Youth's Companion.  i--.li* C-MM-rro  ir. an honor'n-y j hunr; lu tbe DlHcor.; ".,"<-*.-.> there.  The firs-'t power looms  Tor aim Icing emiuds were  ri p       ���������*������ * ". , -.      ������ *" ������^***i  In  ilit"  -vvutlit  Hit       UU      iit UHSgiilM-li^rJ^U-1..'JIL ���������'":' lll-'.1-u-  liHB  CBE&TCH   BE VIEW  EFFICIENCY IN  TUNING  THE CRESTON REVIEW  It takes years of careful training, then  more years of hard work satisfactorily performed before the words  "experience" and "ability*' take on  their full meaning, and I have quali-  ified on both these points.        7  CominR strongly endorsed bjr'tbe best  authorities in Ganada���������piano manufacturers who are positively parricu-  lar where they put their signature  as follows: Dominion . Piano* Co.,  Newcomhe * Piano Co., Fletcher  Bros.. Gerhard Heintzman House  (Vancouver), Mason & Risch Co.  <Va������co*n*rer), David Ross, teacher of  vocal, Vancouver, and others of  highest authority.  The above fine letters and 16 years of  "success in this field mean the finest  ;   possible   result***   on   your   piano in  tuning and action regulating, cleaning and positively proper pitch.  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription: $2.60 a year in advance.  $9.00 to U.S. points.  C F. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON. B.C., FRIDAY. NOV. 19  Creek system7 certainly indicates  that the responsible minister, at  any rate,, has confidence in the  Creston  Valley.  /* Board Dae to Quit ?  Cancelling Italian Money  Alvin E, Perkins  Will  be   in Creston   in   December or  January, and will make his regular  calls. ���������������  WATER NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that Creston Reclamation  Company, -Limited, whose address is Creston.  B.C., will apply for a license to divert the Goat  River for the purpose of lowering tho flood  water level of a portion ot the Kootenay Flats.  The depth it is proposed to lower the level of  the water is a maximum of twenty feet.  The point at which the Croat River will "be  diverted, from the Flats is located et the southeast quarter of Section 4, Township 8, Kootenay District, and the -water so diverted into tbe  Kootenay River by an artificial waterway.  The reason for tbe proposed diversion and  lowering the flood water level is the reclamation of a portion of the Kootenay Flats.  This notice was posted on the ground  on the 10th day of November, 1926. A copy of  this notice and an application pursuant thereto  and to the "Water Act will be filed in the office  of the Water Recorder at Nelson, B.C.  Objections to the application mav be filed  with the said "Water Recorder, or with the  Comptroller of "Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days  after the first appearance of this notice in a  loeal newspaper.  Date of the first pnbliention of this notice is  November 12.1926, f  CRESTON RECLAMATION COMPANY.  We are advised that the Italian  Government has declared by proclamation of 9th Sept., 1926, that  notes issued by them of the denominations of 25.00 Lire will cease to  have legal course on Slat December,  1926, and will be declared worthless on 30th June, 1927. The  Consul General4" of Italy, at Montreal desires that this informanion  shall reach all Italians residing in  Canada, so that they may have  opportunity- of redeeming? such  notes. Such notes should be presented to the Banks before I5th  December nest in order that they  may carry out the redemption  thereof.  boasts that he pats principles before  party is Roinf? to have' quite a  serious time when it comes to placing his X at the first of the month,  and the whole Dominion as aw|ilt-  hiK the outcome of the polling with  more than passing interest.  Apple Advertising  ByAL.  Limited, Applicant.  Mcculloch, Agen  Agent.  Notice of Application for the Approval  of Reclamation of a Portion of the  Kootenay Flats.  TAKE NOTICE that Creston Reclamation  Company, Limited, will apply to the Minister  of Lands for tbe approval of the plans of tbe  works to be constructed for the reclamation of  a portion of the Kootenay Flats.  The plans and specifications of the said works  will be fried in the office of the Comptroller of  "Water Rights at "Victoria, and duplicates of  such plans and specifications will be open to . , .  inspection in the office of the Water Recorder I markets where  at Nelson on or about the 1st day of December, I  192ft  Object-ions addressed to tbe Minister may be  fyled with the Comptroller at any time prior to  the expiration of thirty days after the first  publication of this notice.  Date of the first publication of this notice is  November 12,192&  CRESTON RECLAMATION COMPANY.  Limited. Applicant.  By A. L. McCULLOCH, Agent.  GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT  Notice of Application for Beer  License  Notiace is hereby given that on or after the  Third day of December next the undersigned  intends to apply to the Liquor Control Board  for a License in respect of premises to be known  as Pinehurst Inn. at South Slocan. Lot 2. Block.  B of Lot 303,. Group j, Kootenay District, Nelson  Land Registration District, in the Provihce of  British Columbia, for the sale of beer by the  glass or by open bottle (or consumption on the  premises.  Dated this 9th kayof November. 1928.  KENNETH CAMPBELL, Applicant.  lo^HMEF^Ammm  FORM f="  AGT  Certificate of Improvements  Speaking before the Rotary Clnb  at Vernon last week,. D. McNair,  sale* manager for the Associated  Growers of B.C., gave out many  very interesting facts in connection  with the marketing of the 1926  fruit crop.  One of these was to the effect  that in Los Angeles, Calif., this  year the bulk of tlte apple sales in  that city were of orchard run product, loose in packing boxes, and  Mr. McNair added that the Associated had sold a great deal of fruit  in Vancouver this year in similrtr  fashion.  Another timely observation   -was  that the Associated had this season  spent $33,000 in  advertising in the  B.C. fruit is ordinarily in demand.  The As boiated is to be complimented in the somewhat liberal  expenditure on publicity but the  Review believes better r suits  would have been obtained had the  adver ising campaigns included  weekly papers at all likely prairie  points, as well as the dailies, which  were used almost exclusively.  With a well planned advertising"  campaign in the prairie weekly  press, along with a greater effort  to supply the country points with  the less expensive apples, sales of  thisfruit could be doubled probably  Hope for enlargement of apple  consumption is at the country  points, where many of the shop  pers are only seen once'a 'week, or  less often, and who have not yet  got the habit of buying by the box.  Now that the village is enjoying  the benefits of municipal government, and the reclamation of Koot  enay Flats, as well as the irrigation  queston, appear to have been _sat  iofactorily disposed of, Creston  hoard of trade is having such  trouble in making the monthly  meetings attractive that at the  November session the secretary was  instructed to take a mail vote' to  ascertain whether the members  wish the board kept going or not.  It is to he hoped the end of the  year will not see Finis written on  the life of an institution that has  rendered the community such  splendid service for almost a score  of years, but if it is to function to  the maximuh of its capabilities it is  certain it must have a larger membership from country residents.  The most effective work the  board can do from now on will  mpre largely benefit residents and  sections outside the village, and it  is only fair that folks who are likely to derive the most benefit should  at least share equally in whatever  labor or expenditure is necessary  in promoting the good and welfare  of the community at large.  LETTERS TO TKE EDITOR  it is email honor to a hero or historic event for the. public generally  either fo negleot the holiday set  aside in commemoration or to turn  the celebration into channels fore.gn  to its original purpose.  The Ontario Election  The banner eastern province of  Ontario will on December 1st  exercise its franchise in the most  serious election tbat hajt ever  presented itself.  At che present the province is  under prohibition, but the Conservative government is appealing to  the people for re-election on a  policy of government control of the  liquor traffic.  The   Liberals    and   Progressive  . , -<V'j"'* ���������  parties    are    backing    prohibition  unitedly.    Alieady a   few   of   the  *kwef*  Liberals who sat in the last  legislature have bolted their  party  and are out in open support of   the  proposed "wet" legislation of their  opponents, but   to  date  there has  been no similar breakaway   by  the  hitherto "'dry" legislative members  of the Conservative party.  In   Ontario      the    elector,   who  About Holidays  Editob Review:  Sir,���������Some day somebody somewhere will be moved to utter a  warning against the unlicensed  multiplication of legal holdays.  The y more of these ��������� days off  get, the less inclined people are. to  take them seriously. A few en-'  thusiastically observed would be  better for the object intended than  many indifferently celebrated -v or  neglected altogether.  New Year long ago lost its significance for most people. Compar-  tively few observe Thanksgiving as  a religious festival How many of  orir readers, we venture to say, can  tell offhand what day is the King's  birthday?  If legal holidays are to be mere  occasions. for escaping work they  might as well beSdistrihned evenly  throughout the year. It would  simplify matters" for instance, to  have a specified day of every  month made a legal holiday, taking  its name in case from some historic  anniversary occurring within the  month.  The tendency, of course, is always  to multiply, never to decrease, the  number of holidays. We may  ignore a holiday but we never  legislate it out  of   existence;    and  SBF.  iDMENTS  PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant. ucreaorvofi, _, survey**!  Crown lands may be pi-o-oanptefi by  British subjects over 18 years of age.  etna by- aliens on doolarlnff intention  to become British sublets, conditional upon residence*, occupation,  and approvement ������or agricultural  purposes.  Full -tofermation oooeeratngregu-  Biven In Bulletin No. X, I_and Series,  "How to Pre-empt ImbA," copies of  which can be obtained fro* of charge  by addressine tha "Department ot  Lands, Victoria, B.O, or to any Government Affent.   r -  Records^ will bo granted covering  only land suitable tor agricultural  -purposes, and which-is not timber-  land, Le*, carrying over -5.W0 board  feet per sore west*, of the Coast Range ^  and 8,000 feet per aere east of that  Range.  Applications for pre-emptiona are  to be addressed to the Lend Commissioner of the .Lead Recording "Division, in which the land app&ed for  is situated, and ar������ made on printed  copies of which  can  ob-  _������%M   mmmfrnf  *fi*WmWm^  ��������������������������� -���������  '7 ��������� 7yy--: ������������������"���������������������������   ���������'���������*���������- ��������� .;-a *7 y  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  [connection  ' -  """* ��������� '���������"���������  Shoe and Harness Repairing  forms.  tained from the l*vaA Cettuntssloner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years "Mid lt-aprove-aaeats made  to value of fl������ per acre, including  clearing sad cultivating at least fivs  acres, before a Crown Grant can be  received.. **   ' ._  For more detailed information see  the . Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  "Latad.** - '���������  &���������       PURCHASE ������  Applications are received for purchase of vacant and unreserved  Crown lands, not being tlmberland,  for sgrHoultural purposes; minimum  price nf first-eiass (arable) land ls 98  per aere.. and second-class <grasing)  land 82.50 per acre.. Further information regarding purchase or leass  of Crown lands is given In Bulletin  No. 10, X4Ad (Series, -""Purchase and  Z������ease of Crown Xavo&b.''  Mill, factory, or industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the conditions including . payment ol  stumpase.  HOMESITE   LEASIES  i   XJnsurveyed. areas, not exceeding 29  , acres,  may be  teased aa homesites,  ;conditional   upon   a  dwelling- being  i erected ia lhe first year, title being  obtainable after residence  and  improvement   oondltio-os   are    fulfilled  I andTtend boa been surveyed.  '.���������.Vi.  'L^-JeJl-'BA^������'-^ .  For grassing and   IndusdriaS    purposes areas not exceeding 640 acret  may be leased by one person or a  company.  QRAZING  Under the Grazing Ajet the Province Is divided Into graalng districti  and the range administered under a  Gracing ^Commissioner. Annual  erasing permits are Issued based on  numbers ranged, priority being given  to established owners. Btock-ownera  may .form associations fdjr rangs  management. Free, or partially free,  permits are available for settlers,  campers and travel'ters, np to tea  head.  . i  NOTIGE OF APPLICATION  The Irrigation Loan  Jolly Boy, Bobcat and Bon Ton Mineral  Claim*, situate in the Nelson Mining  Division of West Kootenay.  Where located:  On Iron Mountain, northwesterly from Kitchener, B.C.    Lawful holder:  Charies   PUirmncr   Hill, of  Victoria, B.C.  Ntimber of th������ holder's Free Miner's Certificate: No. a*M0-D.  TAKK NOTICR that I, G. A. M. Young: Free  Mider'a Certificate No. twOM-C, acting an ttgent  rar  the uaid  Cl������n.rle������ I'lummer l^lll, intend,  ������lxty day-B from tlie date hereof. t>������ apply to the  Mining Etoconler for Cei-tlflcateH of Itnprovo-  mentH for the purpona of obtaining  Grown  Granta of the above clnJina.  And farther UjsS*:-! notice that action, under  .Section H& of the Mineral Act, rnuwt ho eonii-  rnenced before the innuimee of Kuch CertlHcatefl  of Improvementw,  Pat������fl thlH WHtday of October. A.D7 WOO,  the Hills  MINERAL  ACT  FORM f=  Certificate of Improvements  /vor/Cafir of applioation  Vermilion, Kootenay Warrior, and Old  Chimf Mineral Claims, situate in the  Nelson Mining Division of West  Kootenay,  Whore located:   On Iron Mountain, north**-Sit-  erjy from Iffltrhener. B.C    f^wfnl holder:  ���������I'.hArlft-i   Plummer   Hill   of  Vii:tnr\tu    lt.C  .Vututx*r of the -tioUler'N i-'ree .Uilna-jr"������J Cfertl  eate: NTo. iflVKl-IX  TAKK. NOTIOK lhi\t t. (i. A. M, Yonn*. ������>���������������������  MfluoKw ������'(.rtlttoAtfl No. tvmi-C. ������/:tlntjc tm ������������������nt  for Hi** ki\M ('hivrlfw F'lummer Hill, Intwid nfytty  itnyw front tlie dafo hnrw.f to a***l"t"ly to the Mln-  iuif Kenorder f<������r tJertlftcatea. of Jtript'Oveiiierita.,  Hiir tho pufpOKii of obtalnlnfc Cvnwn Orant������r of  the nliovfl elalrriM.  And further tJ������ke nottre thiit- weMort, under  Heutlnn HU of ilie Mlner*������l Aet, nrniNt* be (������m-  n������������*.nc,������.d before tho Inrtiinneo of nn<;h ifJeirt.lflcatU?  of f ini-rovementM.  Haled thlMLflH-t 4h\.y of rh.tober, A.I>. W.W.  If *'nb tiewi is Rood news" then  those interested in the Arrow Creek  irrigation project should not bo  downhearted, as up to tlie time of  soii.ft to press the matter of Riving  or witholdinjj; the loan haei not  heen definitely decided.  Wlien tlie authorities at Victoria  were waited upon last month it  warn quite definitely assured that  the matter would he decided nt a  meeting of the executive council on  October 20th. .  As yet, however, there has been  no kiuIh-tuik of the onbinet with all  uiiuJHU-rH preHHiit", and the miaJbtor  of lands, who is very stronjxly in  favor of the loan, will not lot the  matter drop until it has been  thresh lid out by the full cabinet.  With 09 per cent, nf the irrigation projects in more or less trouble  to meet thoir ol>li#ationm���������the sol  nary fxception behiK the Eriokson  ������������������omitiiinityHyMteo���������������ett iii# govern  rn^iifa ������*i*i������st.iiii<jM* fof thcjue nrider*  tn.kin������H im Hitylhiii������ hut easy, and  that th'������ i nil lister of lardw in no  I fhstf rmtmed to    favor   the   Arrow  ^Hj B^m MW . -Li ii'lrif n ^^ *A ^^%f ^^^fl fl _ @fl fr* k BS B.1B j__?!h B*^ 4^ S^*f  ypii think of Warmer Clothing  ni   iii   ii     ii    ii    niiin       i-   i.   - i.n.i .   .���������  mi   i.  i.H"_-..7..-. ' .   '.'  .���������     -   ������������������"_        Mi"   'J    '. -...'..'.-_...-���������    '  "--    '    "-'    -  !-���������   "   '   '������������������������������������L'.iJ.m !    I" .'.. !?.-^'iii-aWiM'-aWiWiiWiiiii;!!!!! !i_ !     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CRESTON MERCANTILE COMPANY  Ll METED __^5_S5^re-y.*W(*^  "4.X-.-  THB  CBESTCB  EEVIEW  Local and Personal  Oreston Drug & Book Storehave  modernized their plant greatly by the  installation of a San strum machine,  which is a  combined   cash   register  adding- machine and credit recording  device. It is so adjusted that sales in  each department can be rung up and  recorded op aa endless tape, while the  adding machine enables Mr. Kelly to  secord and designate all payments and  by taking ofi the tape he is able each  : "v'SS -���������  if  /*  i "-a  Nr  *9  The Analyst sayss  .... An excellent  wholesome beer  .������������������   -��������� -\ *    ..... -y ' ���������  fcURE tend wholesome beers are made for the  people of British Columbia %y the Amalgamated Breweries. They are vitalizing, refreshing  and  healthful.   McDonald and   McDonald,  "Analytical Cheinists, of Vancouver and Victoria,  in their recent report on beers analyzed by them,  say: '.-������������������.. ' , V  ". . .7. The samples prove to be excellent  beer. They are high in phospheric acid, while  the acidity is low and the volatile acidity is  practically nil, proiof that .the beer is a wholesome  and nutritious beverage."  .  BUY BEER BY THE CASE FROM THE  GOVERNMENT LIQUOR STORE.  ASSOCIATED In tbe Amalgamated Breweries of British  ���������^^'Coltwabia rare: Vancouver Breweries Z.t&., "Westminster  Brewery Ltd.. Silver Spring Brewery Ltd.. Rainier Brewing  Co. of Cwnn<te Ltd.,  Victoria Phoenix Brewing Co. Ltd.  night to accurately ilo all the  detailed  work in bookkeeping.  D.K.McDonald,Spokane, and Simon  McDonald, Bonners Ferry, were mot-  oor visitors here on Sunday. The  latter is an owner of 1400 acres in  Drainged .District No. 1 at Bonners.  while the former may be associated  with Creston Reclamation Company,  Limited; in the reclamation of the  10,000 acres the company controls on  Kootenay Flats, They were making  a close investigation of the acreage as  the Banners Feny farmer contemplates extending his operations to  this side as well.  A* meeting of the badminton enthusiasts was held at the Parish Hall on  Tuesday night and after a thorough  discussion of 'the situation a committee of. Frincipai McLeiiftii, Q. Greenwood,-^ \Y. -R. Iiongyand MrB. Twigg  was named������*kp make", a canvass for  members and when' 20. of these are  signed up the needed-equipment will  be ordered, and the game commenced.  Membership is $2.50, with Mr. Greenwood named treasurer pro tern. It is  expected the game will'be played on  stated evenings as well as a couple of  afternoons each ween with the Parish  Hall as headquarters.  The largest crowd ever seen at a  whist and dance in Creston ^was in  evidence at the Women's Institute  Armistice night function in the Parish  Hall. 36 tables of players competed���������  about half and half at bridge and  straight whist. At the former C.  S. Hester and Mrs. ft* Stevens made  the high scores, and the low ones were  negotiated by Miss Wade and Mr.  Shouldice. At ordinary whist the  high scorers were Mrs.- F,y Putnam  and H. S. McCreath1, with-the low  scores going to Eri cCraigie and Joyce  Moore. After a fine lunch dancing  was indulged in to music supplied by  Mrs.Coustuble and Ron Smith. The  cash intake was $98, and., full credit  for the splendid success of the evening  is due thia committee in* Charge,  Mesd-une*- Joyce. Hopwood,-- F. C,  Rodgers and Miss Lyda Johnson.  were. only -     witnesses. Mrs.  Haptonstall - is the daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Baker of Porthili,  She was very popular'- among her  many friends in. that community.  The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.  J. P. Haptonstall of Creston, B.C., one  of the first families to settle in BonnersFerry about 25 or 30 years ago.  During the past five years* Mr. Haptonstall has been employed as truck  driver for the Idaho-Continental mining company at Porthili. The young  couple plan to leave the-latter partTof  the*-week for Kellogg, Idaho, to snake  there home. A host.-;of friends wish  hem every happiness in the future.���������  Bonners Ferry Herald.  Association, and is  candidate in the  election.  the   prospective  next   provincial  At Bonners Ferry all-the garages  are preparing to go on a spot cash  business basis at the first of December.  At Nakusp about 30 off the young  ladies.are taking the first aid work  under the diaeetion of the local doctor.  Thos. Grant, an apple grower in the  Spokane Valley, is in Cranbrook this  week, trying to find a-%tai"ket for his  W67 crop of apples. He has 150 boxes  of Rome Beauty ������ withEhim to demonstrate the quality of his orchard product*        "���������"''  new** nc irnnTCiaftVQ  Nfi.fi;vi   ui    nwwiiinniti  {j Loyal Orange Lodge, Ho. 2095  I  At Kevelstokp 9136 worth of poppies  were sold oh Armistice Day.  CjJOctoljer wjs& a- record month at,tbe  Cranbsdok library, with 470 personal  calls for books.     -  Pentieton growers will average 2f  cents per pound for their Elberta  peaches this year.  lor agplace of its population Kimberiey has more frateral societies, than  ary town in the province.  A branch of the. Native Sons of  Canada, has just been started at  New. Denver, with 20 members.  'a.    ���������.  Nakusp takes its board of trade  seriously. The News says 30 members  were out for the November session.  F. M. MacPherson is the new president .of     Cranbrook    district   Liberal  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month .at Mei������*ant>le  Hall. Visiting.brethren cordially invited;7 7  W' H.ORAWPOKD, W.M.  Form No. ia  (Section 3a)  LAND AGT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO  PURCHASE UHD*  la Kootenav .Land Recording District of Nelson  District, and situate directly north of Sublot;  No. 18, Lot No. 4585. on Duck Creek, in the  Kootenay District.  Take notice that Arthur Glasier of Sirdar.  B.C.; occupation, farmer; intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following described  lands:  Commencing at a post planted at northeast corner of Sublot No. 12 of District Lot 4585  on Duck Creek; thence 40 chains west: thence  40 chains north;   thence 49 chains east;  thence  40 chains south, and containing eighty acres,  more or less.        -     .  ARTHUR GLASIER. Applicant.  Dated Sept. 4,1936.  This adyertisemetnt is not published or displayed by the Idquor  CJontxol B.^^  OB  ge  Rates of  Commission  Miss Freda Baker and O.C Haptonstall. both of Porthili, were united in  marriage at the office of A.  J,   Kent  I Friday evening. Justice Kent performing    the   y ceremony.    Miss    Beatrice  Lipton    and'"    Seorge      McGlocklin  _r_3_3_____2*_5P*-*****  Up to  ������������������"2.50*0  5.00 to  10.00 to  30jOOto  50.00to  . 60.06 to  ^2.50  5.00  1QJ00  30JiO  50.00  60-00  8O.C0  SOOOto 10000  -5c-  -.,.. 7c  ���������   10c  - 12c  - 15c  - 18c  -20c'  - 24c  T^HE Tellers of this Bank sell  ^f- Bank Money Orders pay  able anywhere in Canadar���������at  any Bank, and our Agents  abroad honor these Orders at  current rates of Exchange.  When you wish to remit small  sums of money ask the teller  for a Bank Money Order.  n  IMPER1AJL   BANK  C W. AIXAN,  OF CANAJCfiA  ORESTON BRANCH,  HfblrSM  rt-an  .Manager.  Send Money  use the Money Orders  sold at all branches of this  Bank.  They are safe, cheap and  convenient, ana are  readily cashed in all parts  ox the worldu ���������m  CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up.. $20,000,000  Reaerv-e Fund $20,000*000  Creston Branch  Z>. T. Scrim*2eourt Manager  as  JJXtatsrfWaoJL.I fif...  Wm  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  & __��������� r* - s nt*   I* MmT* rrk ***** v -a. iwinr������c������  MEAT MERCHANTS  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brana HAM, BACON ana LARD  GL&NDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  -FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties. m  Choicest BEEP, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS" IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg production nntl produces Wetter poultry,    isuy the best.  ���������asaWBMBBWWgg 5*j^k.Ki������������uj^*.trt  jaajSUi-SKeiKr*.:?  i,i*.������;iiV.*^.������^-.!_^i&&irf^^^  .'.V*  THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,"   B.    C.  Stfie sta&detrdr  ofQcia/zty  j?_  m /or over oo_yeu,/;5  i  Take  Drastic  Measures  United States Mail Clerks Get Orders  To Shoot To Kill  "Shoot to kill" orders have been-  issued to 22,500 rail-way mail' clerics  as a drastic means of protecting trie  precious postal treasure from bandits  the United States^post office department has announced.  If this method of defensive Avarfav-.-  against the underworld proves inadequate, post office, department authorities, indicated the United-States Marines might be called in again to guard  the mails, as they did in 3 921.   -  The command not only'applies to  railway mail clerks, but to all postal  employees, and is intended as a  'warning to bandits.who' make a business of robbing mail trains. The order instructs all employees, to da fend  mail property even at the expense of  their own lives.   ��������� *���������.  :  The  $135,"000 in  ��������� said to have inspired the order. Post-  t master-General' New issued the com-  > niand alter a sudden conference 'with  1 postal experts.  A Little Miss and a Big Man  lucent  ,_������jegfti.  Chicago   hold-up,   wlien  ������&_ ;.  was   stolen, is  English Nurse Is Pkicky  Nearest   Neighbor   In   Central   Africa  Five  Days'  Walk  Distant'  To     the     leper     colony   in   Central  Africa  an- attractive   youug   lady   has  goneffoiii hor home at Penn, Slafford-  The Value Of a Farmer  By Chas. W. Peterson  There is no subject which should  interest the smaller towns all over  Canada than the development ot* their  shire, taking with her a stock of new} 1'ui'al trading areas to the greatest pos-  "Moorgi-iil" serum, which is believed"', sible extent. A study o������ the value to  to effect a cure bf* the dread disease.! Canada of a farraer . is;illuminating.    It  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  The    up-to-date    successor    of    the I  i  horse thief has been discovered willij  a report made by a New York aviator j  that his plane was stolen while he!  was at dinner. ;  The Britisii Government have ap- I  ptopriated ,$1,000,000 for publicity in '  connection Wiih tlie British Industries';  Fair in London and Birmingham from j  February 21 to .March 1 next. _.       j  Mrs.   Clara   Von   Kazdipolyan,   Gyo-j  rok.   Rumania,    celebrated   her    120th j  birthday   by. taking   her  great,   greal,|.  great, grandchild for i's first, walk, and!  baking six pies. ;  Germany   and.  Sweden  have   agreed j  to abolish passport visas beginning!  Oct. 1. Similar abolitions between ���������  Germany and Luxembourg and Porlii- ',  gal became effective  Sc-:pt...l.  A .cable   from  Pari? announces  the!  appointment   of  Dr.   Paul   Garneau,  ofi  Quebec,   to   the   post    of.  foreign   a.s- |  sistani   ia  tlte  servic;  set.  one  of  ihe   most  geons in France.  -Special dispatches say two men,  Samuel JUelgureo and Joaquin De  Silva, have been summarily coui't. mar-  tialed and t-xetuted at Tinguidin, in  the stale of Mit-hoacan, on charges ol  .seditious propaganda in connection  with the religious question.  The Sovu-i. has appointed a special  com miss km io formulate laws and  regulations dealing with opium, for the  purpose ot* investing the state with  eonipleit- comrol of ihe manufacture,  import, and di.--f rihution of it and its  d-*rivaiiv-.->".  The CJiu-en of Rumania, -will be  one of the la-a.-n p.eteniious passengers  when she sails u> ih,. I'niu-d Stale,---,  ni--mb**rs of her .-utile declared, denying rep-jri.-- circulated that she had- re-  'fused in ace.ept [msj-age on a steamer  tha: '.vou!'.! .���������.���������..*> gh .- !;.- i In- royal .-mile  <.-r cabin.  a&m0n.$'*~-"  of  Dr.  A.  Gos-  prominent sit*���������  .Though her proximity  to a life belt  might  seem to indicate   certain   fears  of the broad bosom of the Atlantic on  I the part of Miss Mary Ferguson Law^-  i son,  aged   5,  of Winnipeg,  you  woujd  be   wrong, in  supposing  it,   since  the  young lady  has-merely   taken, up this  ' position  for purposes of  photography.  |     L.ike many more experienced travel-  Mers, MisSjLawson chose the Canadian  ; Pacific liner Empress    of    Scotland���������  j with   which,   of   course,   are   included  j her commander. It. G. Latta, and her  i"purser, J. Walker Bartiett     (the    tall  i man) -���������as the. mos t sat isfac tory means  j of   trans-Atlantic   locomotion,   for     a  I young and     unaccompanied    voyager.  For all three, the ship the skipper and  the   purser,   have   seen   most   of   the  gjeat  ports  of the  world,  as well  as  many of its ouL-of-the-way corners on  numerous cruises, and have traversed  the Atlantic many a time.  Mary was born in Winnipeg, but lived with her mother in England. Now  her mother is dead and she i's going  to live with an uncle, 11. .$fk^er'guson,  at Woodstock, Out.  \-  . .   _        - . g  Radio   Stations   Protest  She is a medical missionary,' whose  headquarters are at y.omba, on Lake  Nyassa. She is the only nurse in a  radius of 60 miles, and lier nearest  neighbor is five days' w-alk distant.  "Leopards and lions .Walk around the  house at night," she states,.."but I.anl  not afraid, because there are skilled  hunters to deal with them." Just,  before she left to visit England eight  man-eating lions killed 30 villagers,  but they were all eventually trapped.  Holland Made Tulip Popular  -������������������������������������ V:';  Boom  For  Government   Had   to   Stop  -.   Bulb Growing  The  tulip,   called by  the Turks the  turban flower, was brought to England  from Arienna iii the' later years of the  ���������reign  of  Queen   Elizabeth.       If*   Holland     cannot,    claim     it   is. a   -native,  tlierfe is no doubt that the Dutch contributed in large measure to its popularity.      During the tulip mania of the  17th   century   bulbs   in   Holland   were  worth   their   weight   in   gold,   and   In  1C39, 3 20 specimens were sold for 00,-  is shown that over 163 million.'dollars  have beeQ brought to this country in  cash and effects by immigrants. This  new wealth has-played'its important  part in the development of the country. Prof. Irving Fisliel* calculates  that the productive value of the aver-'  individual to the state is $3,000. The  average new-born child has a money  value ot $95���������the value increasing to  $4,000 by twenty years and dropping  to $2,900 at fifty years of age, according to accepted calculations.  Canadian railways are vitally interested in ascertaining the traffic value  of a settler. Some years ago able  statisticians obtained as a basis, the  percentage o������ their whole freight  traffic derived from agriculture  (horses, cattle"; sheep, pigs, wheat,  oats, barley, flax) coal, and in and outgoing passenger revenue, and divided  the number of settlers into the figures given. Employing statistics of  the Dominion railway commission,  the., exact percentages ot" each of ihe  railways were worked out, based on  the total grain tonnage for the year  between   1st "of  September,   1915, tfnd  000 florins.      Finally the    government, j the 31st August, 1916.      Total for the  had   to  intervene   to   stop   the   boom,! three  prairie provinces  alone for the  for   bulb   growing   was  hamper, agriculture.  beginning  Goes Back To Potsdam  to  German     Anti-Republicans     Glad  Have  Former Crown  Prince      s  Former Crown Prince Fried rich Wit  Says    Canadian    Wave^ Lengths    Pre-  emptied By  U. S. Stations  Radio stations in the United  States  are      pre-empting      Canadian      wav.'-*  lengths   and   thel-eby   preventing   the  opening of more Canadian stations.  This charge was made at a meet Ing  I of the National Association of Broad-  ! casters   held   in   New  York  by   A.  It.  1 McEwan,  radio  director of the  Canadian.. National Ilailways.  to | four classes of revenue above refer-  | red to was $163,516,31S. In 1916  i there were 219,105 farmers in those  ] provinces and the division of one total  by the other places the settler's value  at $746.33. Assuming, therefore, that  all traffic should be credited jo * t:ie  settler, that sum is the average  amount each farmer put. into the rev  enue  of the  railroad.       $746.33, capi-  pei- cent., being interest  talized at  5*V.  When a single, girl asks a single  man if he snores, the plot begins to  thicken.  government is paying on its VLctory  Bonds, gives a return of $13,569-63���������  the Value of each average farmer to  Canada.    "  If we capitalize that  portion of the  national income which is ascribable to  or  In   tb.-   p -.-.-���������i-tn-a    oi   air  nt laches  ;u<- K'.-i-.'-i iJti\v---\-j (.;  th������- world, a gi.'a::-  7j !.������������������-.���������. i I.;. ..j-.. ph.a.. V.l.ll II Vt- 'mot or.-,  i-'������-"*--t .1' ::'���������._.' -j.'.'-" tj.ji*^.'power made its  ::-Jiid.-;; iii:.*!.; iti Franc-. ".Villi a  ������ii li.'aii'i pound.-, ih..- plane atialnr-d  a -;,.���������<���������<;! of !������i| j:.ib-.s an hour. It  T'.iK'.-".*    '���������<>    'I'i'-   el;     fro.a    ilie   v.'Jil.'i*    in  Ij'I   .-'������-.���������.i!,i|  .,  High in Ftfod Value ; Low in Cost  The Cape Frock An Established Vogue  The     cape:   has    become  a   part of  every   phase of   the  mode, and is no- j  where   more   smart,   than   when   used!  on the street frock, as pictured in this  model   of navy    trimmed  with  polka-;  dotted   silk.       The   cape   is  separate,!  hut so  (tattering you will  never want I  to take it  off.      Tt. has a long'tie col-I  lar of its own  to he tied at the neck,!  or the  ends  erossedi   one at tht** back;  and one at the front.      The frock un- j  derneath   i-i   straight,   with  a   tailored'1  collar   ending   in   long   revers,   and   n \  .set-in panel.      The tight sleevevs are j  set-in at  the armhole, and a wide belt  i-<   rrn.shnd   into   a   big   buckle.       No.'  lif'fi   Is  for   Ihe  miss  ;ind  small   wo- ���������  man.   ami   is   in   si/.es   16.   1S "and   20!  years.       Size   IS   years . (36   bust)   rt-;  0iU]   o''ir<"'s 3-7 yards 5-1-inch plain material, ;  and   1 Vh ~y;-\vP,i   "*4 inch   plain  mate-rial, ;  and  1 >,i yard:-; 5-l-lnch figured.      l^rlce  'Jn cents ,  The secret of distinctive dress lies  in good tiisl.o rather than a hivivsh  a-xp������ ndhui-e or money. Every woman  should \v:int#lr> make her own clothes.  and lhe home dressmaker will find  iie- de.*-!gn-" llhtslrated In our new  "���������"ashion Hook lo he prj'c.lieal and simple, yet rnniriti-ln.ng 1ho syiii'lt ot lhe  uiojIj. of the ntonienl, Price of (lie  haul.   I<������ rent.-', the copy.  A  man  never  growls  when he gets  the lion's share.  helm has arrived at Potsdam, the fav- |  orite residence of his ancestor, Fre<*-j  erick the Great, and now a fortress ol '  the  German anti-Republicans who are  delighted to have a llohenx.ollern there  again.  The     former,   crown     prince,     who  hitherto has been living the life or a  country  squire   In his  castle  at   Oels,  -vhicli may be taken atvay from him as | human effort it is found  to be  from  a result of the government's measures'! six *������ eleUt times all property value.  hi   connection   with   -the   former   Ger-j The total amount of life insurance in  man prince's properly; say site in (em-.* i *'������ree is only  a fraction of  Oils  capi-  to live a "quiet, sdeluded life."    * J talia'ed   value.       We   may,   therefore,  readily come to the conclusion ihat  Canada's "vivtal" asset is easily our  greatest. If so, rt-t seems to follow  that reasonable public expenditure  devoted to the task of adding to this  asset, by Intelligently promoting immigration   to   this   country,   must   be  Hungarian Peasants Sell Children  Sale of."children by Hungarian peasants is said, to be sb common, due to  the terrible plight ������f the peasantry,  that regular market prices exist. The  maximum price oCy'J������3!is paid for chil  dren of from thirteen to fifteen years, .regarded    ai*    an    excellent    national  The buyers are farmers    looking    lor i business investment.      The immediate  cheap, unprotected labor.  An Expert at the Gamex  How To  Order Patterns  Addr*--**-��������� VVlnnlprg Nowspnprir Union,  175   M'"T>ermc_t   Ave,   Winnipeg  Ask Your Grocer for our Famous  Sardine Cook Book.    It is FREE,  Pattern. 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I     The Aga  Khan aud  the Mahara.iahs  ol* Aliwai". 3'alial, Bikanir, Jaipur  and  Kashmir   arc* donating   funds   to   Hie  movement,  but.   declare  they  are   not  Interest oil in. the profits.  Opportunity knocks but once, hut  your tried and true friends knock all  tho time.  FOR DIARRHOEA  DYSENTERY  AND ALL  SUMMER C0MPLA1KTS  '. WILD -*"  . %_mfi������f A  -J* 19  ^^t^^'W'KsHi,��������� **%a* -f -W .... w. ,y������jl-  Th"      unh        IlllflJ*    ll������.'ll    lOlli"    peotll'*  Jjjtiii   from   ej-perlei'ic"   I.**   tvhttt    1'ofil.**.  \v  L -      J ������i i .'  ���������'Hilly Itehii, I'mnniiH Mrftlsh pro, nnd his WHY-, who have emuo lo Cttn-  Hda lo ui'.l.e their home here. The> ivow photogntplied on board the Cuniud  Jlner Almirilti JttHt lM-1'nri' .-*li-' docked nt-Montreal lttsl Mondtiy, Mr, JieJth  hurt he.n pro in  lhe Kit hum Golf Club, KlHuuii, Kent, I'or ni'iirly  _J5 yettrs, und  tx un  .'vpaTl   In  .....re   j.Iiji*..'   ..1   lhe latliHi.  Glv������y������ linitantaneous Relief  It Thmi b������������"i-i a hoiwehold rem**l?r foi  over 80 jear*.    You am ������\v**y��������� r*!/,  on -it in t\m������ ������f 11 e**l.  MMiuftM-tur-ad    only    ������������y    'M*    ���������������*���������  Unburn Ce*., ILlmit*^ Toronto, Ont. j_La_tt*ia__t._^^r������_tf^-fcVJfr tt^ vfafftMfxyxyrrfmnf... __.M.'^C.^^l.^.-toc i-^^-.t_gtr^_5_u^aTO^JQ_W_iiTat__L--as_i_u-. j^- ^-ifp:>'.aU^a^^ip^.?A.--4^y.'^r,li^'T-Jf-rlj_ -"f ^ntqUj^t 1 Jijri^^iV^t^r; ,-T_[|mr qriihtyfTIi 1,.  THE    REVIEWS CRESTON,   B.^J.  $&angc$������^  (&yfyht!!m  Published by arrangement with   First   Na^ipnai   Pictures/ Inc.  CHAPTER XIV.���������f,Continue*l)i  -. Joanna's i reply 7 was eagei-ly- - grateful: "Yes. That is what I tried, to  say. j,;-; t;^vairityto be abletp dyo-fas -���������������  ljleasel^iid not*be criticized:" --;*i'*r  ...Yyonne, rose, ..tiynd crushed the. fires  Sfrom? 'lie-ry cigaretf  talk yyvre siiall ne^dyl  I have enough to remember of what you  actually do say,* without being bother  ed witfi what jrou merely think." /  *'Oon'-t*     ojoiw*. ��������� ij^yj'vTjicjjigaa'"  T.ord  Teddy' exclaiinedi;   7 "No - woman ever  remembers anything I say to  her."  "That's  all the j     "The3"    don't    dare, perhaps/'  Pen-  think,*-' she -said. 1 dlet������n observed  'Both you  and  Doris���������" Teddy  gan, and broke���������-.off. -   "Pendleton  be-  and  "Weshall  enjoy each other tremendously, I imagine.      Slisill we go down  Thore will be. j 1:>oris>"   lie   said   again,   "that   brings  me back to my "clever thing.      Listen,  Dorayansler  to the -winter garden?  somebody*"*besidcs   Teddy  still there."y ,7"**. :-.���������.-,-   -'-,-���������-AY7->-.*  Joanna was. conscious of something  haviijg"*be"'en"J,'^a.id," of some^ confidence  "reached out to her by Yvonne, wliich  she had not fully understood. 7'She  was puzzled, as if she had been confronted by  masked  a  she was at the point, of breaking^away,  of running away regardless oE:the two  trunks,.a. /ishlning f^"^ 7one y and  shabby old One; which -"had been lifted ;  down   from   her  taxicab. -~    This .lm-'  pitlse  subsided" iinmediately, however,; ter garden into  a  She   decided   that  after   a   while   she  w-ould understand. Yvonney-pertectly:  ***���������    And after awhile, a long time alter,  Cariboo   HighWyJ*o\ir  Opened j   ~|Jfi^jp^^ ^ "I^^Stt  some subtle challenge that  strategy.       For an  instant  everyone: .. Pendleton: and Doris  Marks; w'Tienever I come upon Pendleton* "here atT. Yvonne's- 1 come upon  Doris Marks. Penmarks! Isn't-ihat  clever? ; Penmarks! "What?" Z It  was only Lord Teddy hihisetf ^*ho  laughed; and Joanna v>ynd.3red why.  ''See TOat I Did  ZA^^^^Z:  You needn't be rich to always wear  the latest, colors. Just keep your clothes  bright and. new byhome dyeing!    It's  ^SSV)  ' Sit**     SlayOuC ,J>**aa    fS^**-    ^CTxtC*.     4 & ���������  ���������suits. You can Diamond dye anything.  Take . put some pld, if aded suit > or  dress and Have it the season's fashionable shade tomorrow! Restore dull  drapes, scarfs and spreads. You can  work wonders -witli a few^inexpensive-  Diamond Dyes (trie dyes). New colors  right ovjer the old. Any'kind of material.    ' .-  ---  FSSEE: call at your druggist's and  get a free Diamond Dye Cyclopedia.  Valuable suggestions,- simple ��������� directions. Piece-goods color samples. Or,  big- illustrated book Color Craft free  from DIAMOND DYES, Dept. N9,  Windsor, Ontario  Telegraph    Line    Has    Been    In    This;  Country Since 1866 I  The new Cariboo highway has at j  last been open to _ traffic, adding]  the final link in the communication of ,|  that secluded region \yith the outside :  world. ] ���������*  Since IS66 the Cariboo' has been  connected with the rest of the world  by telegraph, ever since the Americans abandoned at Telegraph Creelc  th������jr projected line to Russia.  The rea_son for such an undertaking  was   the "desire  to   connect  America  . with:   Europe    by    telegraphy.      The  I snapping of    the    first British cable  j across the Atlantic led to suspicion  that a submarine telegraph was not  feasible* and the construction^ of a  line to Siberia, routed by the Cariboo,  was undertaken and completed as far  as Telegraph Creek. At this point  word was received of the successful  laying on .the second^ attempt of a  cable across the Atlantic.     -  for you and your children in.  the Peppermint sugar jacket  and   another in  the Pepper-  , /. ���������~- ,,     *��������� **  mint-flavored gum. inside.  WRIGLEV5  _->-__��������� **-****-*ijw m i*sr i  g-^j,_fw*ift_-ffyJ  "fTtii "iniiiiiM_i*"i'Tir  Utmost value in  long l-a-s-t-i*n������g  delight*  - CHAPTER XV.  Holds Her Own  t  a I  Joanna  **  It  j^m^m^m^0m.  able person,  minster,   was  Joanna did!  lif the winter garden tho group ihat  Yvonne had left around the stone  table had broken up. Only T-cddj.  Dorminster and two others remained.  One of these was.a swarthy, dark hailed, dark eyed- man, who might*h*\i  been of any-age .between twenty-five  to forty-five. - He "vyns presented ������>j  Yvonne      as      Pendleton. Joanna  thought him .a very grave, and ttnaff-  The otiher ..besides Ilot-  a Woman, who waa  easily more than iwehtj--five but could  not possibly have been forty. Yvonne  identified her as Mrs. Marks. "Jove! '*  Lprd Teddy exclaimed when Yvonnu  had named Pendleton and Mrs. Marks  lor Joanna. "I've* thought of sonie-j  thing clever!" j  "Think y it    over carefully*  Teddy,"!  Yvonne admonished him," "before yon r  reveal it.      You're so often mistaken.'"!  :..   "But   this,.is   excellent,"   the., irre-;  pressiBle Jkbrd Tedd-y Insisted.      "Posi- ]  tively  ripping.      Pendleton, here, antl!  Doris,   Doris   Marks���������don"t.   you see-?" j  "Only that both are of a mind that  alcohol  is  better   than   lea,   and  that  you   agree."       Yvonne   informed   him  "And also that the tea I have ^poured  for  Miss   Manners  i's  awaiting to  be  passed!" ��������� . .  "A ��������� thousand pqrdons, Miss Manners���������by the way,'is it quite all right  for me to repuat now what 1 let escape Ci'om me a few minutes ago?  About you're being a devilish pretty  girl, you know? J was telling Pen  hero���������. Ah, that clever thing t  thought of. T must toll you what It  was before   I  forget Jt!"  "One thing at ,n time," Yvonne Insisted. ''Wiisit Avvi'i-e you\ lolling  Pen?"    ;  "<--*'r''"-"--'  "That I'd just scon tho kind of a  face that no in an couiy. oyer /forget  after he'd once lield U close toy him.  Isn't  that \\-htU'I:"flO"Ui, Pen old l)oy?"-  "You said absolutely nothing of the  soft, ot* spoke of any face, whatever,"  PiMitMoton gruvevly assured him. "  "Porhaps I didn't,*' Teddy admitted.  "Hut, I though I it, and. meant to any  il. So Miss Manners ��������� will cons I dor  that I did."  Here tho won)tin Yvonne had called  Mrs, Murks interjected; "if sho soon  much nl" yon, Teddy, si in probably will  was ������not long before "Lord Teiddy  had skilfully manoeuvred Joanna  from the stone tea table-.in the win-  tete a tete corirer  of the drawing foom. "Never could  sta^id Pendleton.y ydii'. know," he confided to her when he hkd held a flame  Tor her cigaret. "Can't see what  Dot is sees in liim, or"*he in her, rot-  that matter.      Can you?"  Make it NEW for IS ctsf  HERE  TO TELL YOU  THEY'RE GOOD  WRIGLEY'S aids  digestion, and makes  the next cigar taste  better. .Try it.    CG3S  about it so openly they're delightful." I  "Is he-���������married, too?" j  "Piofoundaly! He has to be more !  surreptitious than., any husband li  know. You'll be Eearfully ainused "by [  the "tw-o of-them, Pen and Doris, when J  you're used to them. They're always  about some place for tea. yrhafs  whs* 1 really was clever, ybu know!"  "And it doesn't make1 any difference���������-to anybody? To tlieir friends,  like Miss Couta.nt, 'and people who  know of the husband and wife."  examined the girl belle noted all  the distinguishing patterns of her.  His eyes dwelt particularly for an instant that barely could have been  measured, on a- smartly silken knee,  hardly yet escaped from the angular  sharpness that is youth���������l>ut threatening to come out altogether from  within the confines of a modishly naea-  Lord TeiMy  side him deliberately.  Proud of .Being Nuisances  Many   Motorists   Use   Horn   When   It  Is  Unnecessary  There are a lot of drivers who take  instant resort to the horn when their j  progress   is   inrpeded.       It. is   an   evl-j  dence of insahityybnt th^sre it is. Some*  of the  tiny boats   on the 'Mississippi|  would  have to  stop   when  they  blew  the whistle, but thes ebaffy motorists  have   to   blow ..^heir   horns   whenever  they  are  stopped.       One  may   easlly  imagine-that  tliey:>ya;re   proudT; of -the  opportunity of showing wliePt huisancea  they are.-    Anyhow, they go it with \  a  zeal  and   frenzy that is  quite  con-|  vincing.       The   horn   may   be* an  un-l  necessary noise, but. you can't prove j  it    to    these    nit wits.���������L.os A-ngeles]  Times. I  F  'CKI^IJCIl  <$  hxVm%n*nW^  the izse" <jt  EAGLK^BR^P  Condensed Milk  15-25  THOUSANDS OF  THANKFUL MOTHERS  fastest Wheel In World  *j.  Strongly      Recommend'    Baby's  Own Tablets to Their  Friendr       .7  Once a mother haa������ used Baiy's Own  'Tablets for her little ones she would  ger dress.      IIis_"glance, sweeping up- i use nothing else.-.   The  Tablets give]  ward in its lightning appraisals, hov- j such  results  that     the"   mother    has j  lipoi* hei-'-mouth,   that I nothing but words of praise for -them.!  Among the thousands of mothers!  throughout Canada who praise the i  Tablets   is   Mrs.   David   A.  Anderson, \  "Do you know," Lord Teddy observed, moving closer to Joanna, "I'm goto be terribly fond of you before long."  hovered, joyously upon" hei* mouth, that  was almost round because of the full,  scarlet curving of the lower lip and  the deep; perfect bow of the-upper  one���������a splash of color as if someone  had crushed a led rose there. She  knew what he was doing. She felt  .his eyes wherevevr they rested. Not  a muscle of her twitched, but she was  conscious of an exquisite thrill of satisfaction with herself. The knee  had never before, upon such an oc.ca-  Turbine. On-Aeroplane Has Speed of  40,000 Revolutions a Minute  The fastest* revolving wheel In  the world, .according to estimates of  experts, is the turbine, wheel on the  special supercharger1 ot the aeroplane  used by.Lieut. John Macready in his  recent attempts to better the world's  altitude record. It revolves at the  almost inconceivable speed of 40,000  revolutions s*:**minuteT���������almost 700 i a  second. This ts about twenty time3  the highest speed o������ an automobiie  crank shaft.���������^Popular Science Montii-  is   Mrs.   David   A.  New  Glasgow,   N.S.,   who  writes:���������"I  have used BabX^s Own Tablets for my  children,  and   front   my   experience   I  would not be without them.      I would j jv_ - ' '    ���������������  urge every  other mother    of    young'  "   children to keep a. box of the Tablets i      ^   ,    .    . . -.     .       .   ,  -'- -.  In the house" '      ^ul> ttx>,n for I-ame Back.���������A brisk  Baby's Own Tablets are a mild bull l'^in? ^ i:>r*^ ^ho,mas'rr������clec"ic ������.\]  thorough laxative  which regulate the i TlU rf.ie:v? lal?e b*iC]V      V��������� s,k"? W������  bowels    and"   sweeten    the    stomach; 1 immediately absorb the oil and it wiU������  drive out. constipation and indigestion;^ penetrate the .tissues and bring speedy  'Is  "I have to wait for  '>>! ^^k���������������;"��������� ���������������*.���������: J S-ft-BTlB-f 5  '!&.���������' PILLS  ,''**'"I3'"E"T*E"*'  V.  N.  that how it  ed.        "You    see  news'-to. me, now.  signs."   ,  Lord. Teddy eyed her intently. She  felt -singularly at east with this exuberant young man. She laughed at  liim brightly when he protested: "Oh,  really, now! You mustn't pretend  that. I'm dreadfully dumb when a  young woman declares that she doesn't,  know everything! It's never true)  these days, you know, and it's a lot j  jollier to not make believe!" !  j "I'll admit," she agreed, "that, any- j  j thing I don't kno^v hurts. I've tried  not to miss anything-, but Ijiave, a lot.  ���������So there's still a chance for you lo do  a bit of teachinR. You liiay nut art  w,lth Mr. Pendlotdn and-���������was It Mm.  or Miss Marks. What, was wrong  about your Pen-marks?"  ���������"Do you know," lie observed, moving ri'oni his chair to a place cloaer  to her on tho divan into which she  had settled, "I'm going to be tcrrlfily  fond of yon before long."  ^"i'es, I'm Bare of that," sho informed him. "I can ������t'c the signs. Anyhow, teachera alwaya are, aren't they?  But  you  were  saying?"  "About Pen-murks? It's 'Mrs.'  IVJi'i'lti"-. of course. You'll probably  see the other part, of her tomorrow  night?'     You'll be here, won't you?"  "I'll .probably be here, but 1 don't  know -wli.ftt.-tf happening."' la It whnt-  <iv������r you thought a. wlillo ago I .might  be coming to sing or dance for? 1  must lind. out yet whab^yott think  specially abotiL slnget-H and duncor.i."  "Yvonne's ulvlnj; something or  otlior; usual thing. Dorl* will be on  deck with her hiinbaiid; Iih'h not ft  bjid sort, but. n bit empty. She jind  Pen will "b������ mlsfrahle1 trying to lce*-i������  up appftarftncftfl. It's betiHtly. of  c.curnr, fur anybody to h:iv.; tir._.;!;;;5_.i!:*  nnd wives about, but  Ihcso  two ino������>n  1 sion-���������and why were shirts .worn short ybreakTprcaids ^md"s\m^ .  Try it and be convinced.,    As  ' -    *    '--'-teething easy-      They are sold^^^.lmiment sinks m, the i������nn comes  -*������������������**-��������� out and^there are ample grounds  tor  is"-" Joanna inaulr-! and lips shaped like round rose buds J niake  teething easy.      Ihey are sold;. "V  tying  that  it  is an excellent  article.  if not for    open    consideration?���������th������j Medicine Co.. Brockville, Ont.  knee   had   never  been   so   beautifully j  sheathed In a  lips  novor   so  ari'ced.  (To bo  ilk so perfect, and the!  deftly   toned   and  bal-  continued)  Worms sap the strength and, undermine the vitality of children.  Strengthen them by using Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator to drive  out the parasites.  /  " The  moralist   consldapra   llfe  dream    until    the   demoralist  along and wakes him up.  but  a  comes  Some 1111*11"  pression even  t?an  make  a   good- im-  wll.li a rubber slump.  Little Helps For This Week  A new pocket pencil that will write  in any one of five colors has been invented at AVasJiiiigtbn.  M OVER FACE  ��������� Lasted Three Years.  Healed by Cuticura.  ���������' My trouble began with pimples  breaking out ������11 over my face. They  were hard, huge and red, and festered and ���������csdctl over. The pimplen  used to hwn, causing-n*"* to acratch,  and my face looked ao badly tbat  I waa at-hamed to go anywhere.  the trouble, lasted three yeara.  "I read an advertisement for Cutl������  curst Soup jii-tiid OhiUneul mini atnt  for*free nample. I purchased more  and I waa healed after using three  catcea of Cuticura Soap and four  bo-tea of Cutlcura Ointment."  (Signed) Ml������a Ret* F. Warren.  Diligent River, Nova Scotia.  Rely on Cutlcura Soap, Ointment  and Talcum to keep your akin clear.  ItaMyl* Xm-fc !��������������� W������ U*ll.' A.Mr.1* l>n������ai*i_  n������������*l": "MjAhMM, t������4. M^ate-Jd.-" rrU.,He.*>  ������r���������.  A.a.������������~.������t������������ f>" ..4 Ml". T������l������M������a������ *������������ .  Cullcur* 3tV������y������������������* SUcb. Xtc.  Great  peace have  tliey  which  love  Thy law.���������Ps. cxix., 165.  Dear Lord and God, incline  Thine ear unto my call!  O grant me that in all,  This will of mine  May still bo ono with Thine!   .  Teach me to answer still,  Whate'er my lot may be ,  To all Thou sendest me  Oir good or ill,  All goeth as God will.  -���������Alice Wtlliams.  The root: of all -dissatisfaction and  -"���������ilscoutent with self, and with one's  surroundings, and S^Uh one's prospects, can never bo reached until we  go down lo the will of God In out-  soul's birth aud soul's mission, ami  nut Ice the discovers* of that, will for  us, und the doing It our chief aim nnd  hope. No change in life's circumstances, no larger work, no happier  outlook will bo enough. We our-  DulVci! need to be born again; it la  not. our outward life that need.-) to be  refashioned..���������Newman Smyth.  Mlnard'a Liniment relieves stiffness  J  As They  Oo( It In  China  According to ihe Pally Mull's  Tokto evori-."*v-**e*r-d������'ri'r twelve Chin*'*���������'���������'-  bnnlcci'M, Including Kev������>n millionaire*"  of Mukden, Changchun and Harbin.  have been sumuiurlly executed bv  order of Chang Tao Lin, Manchurlan  war lord. The banker-- were nreused of -speculating in currency, the di.<-  Hub  your  scalp  ment  witli   Mlnard'a   Lint-  Better a close-mouthed friend than  a: close-fisted  enemy.  KS1MEDT0  GOOD HEALTH  Mother of Eleven Children  Praises Lydia E. Pinkham*s  Vegetable Compound  Her Interesting: Experience  Buckingham, Quebec���������**"I nm the  mother   of   eleven   living  children,  land   my baby ia  live   months old.  I am only 88 years  old   and   I   have  taken Lydia K. ,  Pitikham a Vcpc- *  table Compound  for "weakness and  my nerves. 1 knew ',  of   it   from   my  sister, Uame Kd-  ouard Beliefeuille  of   Ramsay ville. '  For  five year������ 1  was in misery and was always ready  to cry.    NVw I auv si> hapjvy to have  R-ood health.    My dauRhter, who in  IS yoara old, has also taken it and  will*be happy to recommend it to all  young girls.   ���������Dame Wu.uam I'au-  ������.nt, iioK 414, Ylacli'ii.nZ'iiJtiii, Qut'U-'t*.  Why suffer  for yearn with  bark-  .    ache, nervouaneas and other ailments  1    common to wom������*n from early life Im  =    middle ape, when I.ydi������K. Pinkham'rt  i    Vcflretable  tAjmjJtnind will give you  1    relief?  ]        in a reeacnt country--wid<������ canva****  !    of purchasers of Lvdia E. Pinkham***  |    Vegetable  Compound, over 26U,lK*'>  rcplt'"*" were rt������4>*i*ivedF and OH out of  j   filed* by att uae- O  -__.. J^.,.���������-_. ���������aaJ-,-aiu.-.i.,a������.-uir..^i'ii|.aaj,������._^n������a_ia_i ....T-.a.i,naia.l������M_ala.a������ai)MaaaHi������aaM.naMiliiiia������aai������ iiii,_������ii_,������������i.iii.ipi__i������iiiiiilll ������lliM<������a������������l������������ll������������w���������������a���������������������u������  ���������"���������*"������������������* mmm.  CRESTOH  !rand  Theatre  Mrs. Bliss left on Tuesday for  Kellogg, Idaho, to be with her daughter  Mrs. Dowd Cannady, who is notenioy-  ing the best of health at present..  Irbioaiiok Pipe���������I am now  fully  prepared to make sheet metal irriga-   ���������*������������������  -*Tes from li inch up.    Prices  J. A. Bell (Lindley Ranch),;  ion  mnderat  Creston.  Wanted���������!Six Black "Langshang  pullets or yearling hens. State price.  C. W. Cleave, Kaslo. BC.  Local and Personal  Here's Accuracy for  Your m22  "Marksman'" L. R.s.a������ cartridges give  ���������n-Ti'miim accuracy in .aa-caliber ammunition. Above are 160 shots made at zoo  yards; all in a a<mch bull's-eye. . Real  game-getting accuracy, ibr which West'  era Ammunition is famous. "For sale  here���������for rifle, revolver, shotgun.  ���������Wanted���������Young lady -desires work  of any kind.    Apply Box 64, Crestm.  Miss Margeory Hamilton is a visitor  with Nelson friends this week, leaving  on Monday.  A. Nichols of Fernie was a weekend  visitor here, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.  A. E. Davies.  Post Sai.k���������No.  10  separator,    in    good  Bros.. Creston.  DeLavul cream  shape.      Boffey  Ammunition  V. MAWSON  Fob Sale���������Grey French wilton rug  9 x 10J feet, $33. Apply Miss Scrtro-  geour, Creston.  FOB SA������E���������Light buggy, set double  driving harness and set single harness.  W   H. Kemp, Eriekson.  Mrs. Jh**, Cook left on Thursday on  a two. weeks' business visit at Calgary  and Medicine Hat, Alberta.  .  "Mf8������-K. Stevens is a Nelson visitor  this week, where she is attending the  annual conference - of the Women's  Institutes .of the Kooten ay-Boundary  districts.  Fob SaxE���������Four milch cows to  chopse from, all bred to the great sire  Poplar Pay Master; two of them  freshen- -early y in January* B. Nouguier, Canyon.  -   A20 jc SiOft. shed to store the ore  from the Alice mine 'pending the accumulating of car lots is being erected  on   the   C.P.R. siding  just north of  McCreath's coal warehouse.  Due.to th������������ operator, V. C. Rodgers,  being awi*hy on his vacation, there will  be no show of pictures at the Grand  on Saturday night, 20tb- On the 27th  the offering is -'Nell Gwinn."  Mr. and Mrs. Dan , McDonald?*-. who  have lived at'Kitchener the  past few  years, have moved tp Creston  and are  occupying   one     of   the    Kdmondson  tDungalowsion Grand view Heights.  -     ���������'-;*"..,-.7; "������������������''���������:���������*'-���������'. '      ''  Patr Downey, ya.rd  foreman   at the.  C. 'O. Kodgers box factory, is just back-  front bis summer  vacation, which  he  spent on-a motor trip-calling at Spok-  and. Boise,-Seattle and Vancouver. -  Word has just reached towu of the  marriage of Mrs. Jennie Broley (nee  Nieholl) and Geo. Letcher of Waldo,  which took place in Spokane early in  the month. They are to reside at  Waldo.  At a meeting of the Presbyterian  Sunday school workers :.n Tuesday  night it was decided to have the  Christmas tree and programme on  Tuesday night, December 21, with an  admission of 25 cents.  The Anglican Young People's Association invite all the church youny  pen pie to a farewell party Wednesday  next, 24th, at 8 p.m., "in the Parish  Hall, in honor of the vice-president,  who is leaving for Nelson.   ���������-.*���������'..  ���������  -; : ...a -  Rev. Ft. O. Harcpurt, an on furlough  missionary from .India,' will gtve.a  talk on the lifeand customs of India  at Trinity United Church to-night, at  8 o'clock, to Which all are invited. He  wilt beat Canyon in the afternoon.  Parish Hall oh Tuesday night* November 23rd, with cards due to' start at 8  p.m. tyrs. Lister's orchestrr will  furnish music for the dance. The  admission ts 60 cents.  The commissioners had a quiet session at the November meeting on the  10th. Bills passed for paytusnt totalled hut 8248. A letter -irom Wm.  Young, a Vancouver engineer, who  wrote stating he was prepared to discuss a community electric light plant  at Creston, was answered favorably  Mr. Young will he here this month to  go more fully into tbe matter.  Fsr  Pianoforte, Organ and  Singing Lessons  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  .P.O. Bos 76  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY,  NOV. 21  ORESTON���������8 tnd 11 a.m.  SIRDAR���������Sunday School 4 p.m.  Evening Service 7.30.  DIO SETS  7 ��������� ' $& THE L&TESJ ������F gmm������  ��������� k~ '���������.' -':- 7- ��������� .   "���������������������������  *   - . ���������' y    ������������������ - -.--���������>v-7' ���������"������������������..      -" :- y ' . .  Installed in Console Cabinet made  by McLagan.  Cannot be surpassed fay anything in Radio.  tower prices and can give easy terms.  Will be.pleased  to  have you  call  in  and near our machine any ���������  -  > evening.    Every thing in .Radio Batteries.  VAN'S  At water  AmS.  AmmmWma.  MT^mm  ont  Y  A *"*.:���������   'S>"I,'ZZ3:  ���������missing the thrill  of hearing music of  a new fullness, beauty  and range. You must  come in to-day to  listen to this  New  Orthp^onic  Our treat,���������your's too!  C   eston Drug  b J?a   ������m *u %jr 8*5-  Store  Mrs. C. Cotterill left on Sunday for  Nelson where, she is spending a few  days with friends this week.  Mrs. J. D. Spiers has just returned  front a short visit with her sister, Miss  Blanche Hendren, at Cranbrook.  Mr. and Mrs. Weir are away on a  two weeks' vacatuir, which they are  spending with friends nt Spokane.  Mr. and Mrs. McLaughlin of Yakima, Wash., arrived at the end of the  week una visit* with Mr. and Mrs.  Fred Smith.  Remember the Presbyterian bazaar,  with 6ale  of home cooking tind after  noon tea, on Satiirdoy, November 27,  from 2 to 6 p.m.  I Fred Hale and Al. Hunt have leased  i the Exchange hillard hall from A. E.  ! French, and will he incharge for the  : next six months.  j Wood For Sale���������20 cords dry flr,  ; cut any length desired, and delivered,  1 AI**o 70 round tniuni-HC fence posts.  ' Boffey Bros., Creston.  '. Dresstcd Beef��������� Under 18 months  old, local prices,   get.   your   orders in  i--urly. A. O. Cox, Vaneas Rrnch  (Alice Siding), Creaton.  For, Sauk���������Wood heater, will take  2-foot .wood. $6, including a quantity  of   stovepipe*-*. ������������������ See   W.   E.   B-trner,  j inil or nt public school.  Mr. and Mrn. P. C. Rodgers left on  Sunday on a ten-day trip to Spokane  and Seattle, with the intention of returning via "Vjtncouver,  Trinity United Ladies' Aid remind  of their anniml ,hnr/niir, on Saturday.  IVr-errilv-r 11th. ChHwt, Oliuif-h Guild  bazaar i������ one week prevloitfl,  ! AiT't.BB Wantbti-���������Wngenor, Cox  Orange, Melntohb Red, Di.llr.iouH and  Spit/.. Stat*** price on orchard run  nl*-������ Fjtncy. McKeown & Coulter,  Ferni-*.   *  There in mi.II hoiti-" rternnqd for town  jar-tijjt't-t.-;". Mijj. Ki'ioU. -������f Llutt-r hart  jusf piM'-'h'UMi'd two IoIm. r������n Park floarl,  formerly ownwl Uy .Mr, Prowne, nnd  located rn-xt the Jl, Christie proporfcy,  K, Miuxdi'o, ulio htm licen enshler  at the Mimic of C%urnn<-rri" for tha  piiHt eii/htfeti tnivot Iim, Jeft, mi TlttH-H-  dny   for Vanroitver, wli-nre he   ia fiilc-  i'-;.a;      il       [I'lvajltaali     JU " a. \ 11 J.     It|   '     t^'tnK     ft'?-  I vit:r..      H. F. Wallace fr. m Cranbrook  ���������"llCI'I'I'lla-        ll.lll lll'l-e.  Kev. A. Appelt will deliver his  valedictory address at the Lutheran  Church service at G. Reinwald's at  730 p.m., Sunday. 21st. He has been  transferred to Wetaskiwin, Alberta,  and l.iaves next week for bis.new  work. ,  Apple packing operations at CreBton  Co-Operative Fruit Exchange warehouse at Creston shut down for the  season on Satm-day. There is a quantity of nn wrapped fruit still in stock  which will be wrapped as orders  demand.  Christ Church com mi tee will Jbr  ho^ts nt a   whist   and   dance   in  the  It's nice to have a good working knowledge of Radio���������  5 but the name^^ ^twat^r Kent on your set makes such  knowledge  ���������ri'^i-^..-.-an'nec^^Ty.'   There is an  expert-  ��������� ne^v"iii7;^e^n_impr;'detMls v^ *weli as   in  the  major  -\fe*|^'^'tfaai.bi^n^ the world's air-6fferiri������s to you at  their  best.    We. invite you to   listen  in with us.  variety of Models to select from.  .:   ''"' '     Y'ZYY ������������������������������������-������������������.'���������- -     ���������* ' -.--.���������'-���������������������������' ..'.  terms of  payment arranged  i  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   ������&.    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  Save Money on Your  Homo Supplies  At this time ol year it is customary f<or homes to plan  laying in their foodstuff supplies for the winter  season. Don't forget, Christmas is only a few  weeks in the future. We suggest that you  come to our store and make your purchases now  rather than take chances in shopping a little  later on. Fresh Groceries for Christmas  Baking are now on display and are of  exceptional quality.' Call and receive one -  of our Kitchen Want Calendars;    i .-'.        '  on  Uf j bOOflS  m     Jfa%. m     SB WT^ W���������^  tt    ���������  r 0 E 111 11! 119  ������waa to. .������ ... mm  4mmi.  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