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 <?ty;WZA  ���������'VTZlZ'Z^Zi  mm  -><*.  ft'r.  #'������������������  ATA^A-i^^xM  m  -      tt  I       -  Provincial Lihrary  ap!27  Vol. XVIII.  ORESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, BEGEMBER 3, 192^  No. 42  Ganyon OBiy  V--"* '  Miss Dorothy Niblow is. a Cxeston  visitor this week, where she is a guest  of Mrs. W. Fisher and Miss Edith  Davies.  Messrs. Lowerson and Chase will be  spending part of the winter at Arrow  Creak, where they have taken on a  logging contract with C.  O.  Rodgers.  Mrs. Beaton has just arrived from  Keewatin, Ontario, and will make a  visit. with h'er sister. Mrs. J. W,  Wood.  The hunteis are speeding up operations with the deer season due tn close  on the 15th. Gordon Vance and Jock  McRobb are amongst the lucky one*^  to get a vehsion supply this week,  Mrs. A. L. Barnbapdt of Glenlilly is  a visitor here this week, the guest of  her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Knott.  The .Ladies' Community Club announce another of their popular dances  for Friday night, December 10th, at  the hall, with an admission of $1 to  gentlemen, and���������SO cents to ladies,  which includes supper. Mrs. Lister's  four-piece orchestra will supply the  music.  A. D. Pochin go$ back at the end of  the week frbra a business visit at  points in East Kootenay.  Will Lush returned to Cranbrook  this week, after a short holiday at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. Knott.   .  the Canyon-Poi-thili road. Mr. Bern*  hard gives tip a place that is in much  better state of cultivation, bnt the  orchard on the McKay place would  appear to he the special inducement  in the exchange.  Mr. and Mr**. R= Hal ane of Vancouver arrived last week on a visit with  his son, Harry, at the ranch, and will  be staying until almost February, it  is expected. Due to his health Mr.  Helme has to get away from the .coast  in tbe very rainy season.  ,  *>-*���������        Curlers to Build  Permanent Rink  ���������������������$&fi8������39GB*  MStmWt*  Due to the prolonged wet weather  ane consequent* bad travelling mail  carrier Geo. Jacks has had to abandon  his Ford truck and is now making the  trip with a team of horses.  : School was elosed on "I"H^day^.du<i4������^ok^^ _������T������^ljeisi������Jt"iyeeja  J. ' J. Clark of Lewiston, Idaho,  made a visit to the Lead ville mine on  Saturday, going back next day.  Rev. J. Herdman was-here for United Church service at the schoolhouse  on Tuesday last, and his next visit will  be December 7th.  mr  Miss Edith Geroux left on Wednesday last, where she is a visitor witb  ber sister, Mrs. StDenis. at Moyie.  K. Mackem. of the G.P-R. department of Natural Resources, was here  last week. .,*.���������-������������������������������������������������������  r Don't forget the dance in Hunt's  Aaill on December 4th. Mrs. Lister's  orchestra will play.    A good time for  everybody.- .  Z. Geroux and L. 'Silmety left on  Wednesday last for Ross Spur; where  they nave secured word, for;, the  winter.  Misses Polly and Nettie Androsoff  were visiting with Creston friends a  few days lost week.  Messrs. James Leamy and Ed. Merritt of Creston were business visitors  here one day last week.    Donald Bolt-  to Principal Jenks being on the ' sick  list.  With the end of the deer season in  fight hunters are a little more active  in these pre&s and during the week  Fred Huagyoft and E. J. Malthouse  each brought in rather fine samples of  venison. ~  Col Fred Lister, M.P.P., got back at  thefirst of the week from-tbe Conservative convention al Kamloopg, spending a few days after its close to visit  points at the west side of bis constituency,      ���������������������������'..    ��������� -. .,_..������������������  Mr. and Mrs. Reno Honse,j6f Bonners Fetry were weekend viaitoi-s with  the latterV parents, Mr. amd^ Mrwi  Demchuk, with whom Mrs. Houoe will  spend the winter, Reno returning to  Bonners at the first of the week.  Contractor A. Anderson*-has completed the erection of a barn on tlie  Geo. Jacks place, and on a recent trip  to Wptit Creston Mr. Jacks  brought buck witb him a three-quarter Jersey cow, which he purchased at  the Sinclair Smith ranch.  Rev. S. Newby had a cr ditable  turnout tit the Church of England  service on Sunday .afternoon, whieh  he took on his return from Yahk to  Creston.  A. R.   F.   Bernbard   is reported to  have completed arrangements  to exchange the place he now occupies  for  tlie old Jock McKay twenty acres on  trains on Friday.'  Sandy McNare returned to Cranbrook last week, after making a visit  with Kitchener friends.  _*���������  Miss Many Bush of Creston was a  -between trains visitor at Kitchener  last Sunday.  Alex. Ellis is back from Nelson,  where he bas been employed for some  time.  Robert Burns of Canyon was one of  tbe few motor visitors to Kitchener  the past week. Jack and Jim Dodds  were renewing acquaintances here on  Saturday evening. v  Frank Pym of Cranbrook, jn charge  of forestiy wo������k in East Kootenay,  made an official cull here last week.  Mr. and Mrs Warren and children  of Bonners Ferry spent Thursday last  in Kitchener. They were accompanied by J. Dionne.  Misses Alice Molander nnd Esther  Nelson made a flying visit at Yahk  last  week.  Creston Curling Club, which last  winter shared the main fall fair buitd-  with tbe skaters, will this and succeed- j  ing seasons baye a rime of their own.  This wa������^decided at a meeting of tbe  cutlers on Thursday night, when ten  of the more opulent and enthusiastic  agreed to invest $100 each to finance  the erection and equipment of the  rink, which will include the purchase  and installation of the Delco light  plant f}ow used by Jus, Adlard in  lighting bis residence.  The meeting was in charge of the  president, Dr. Henderson, and after  ehe building committee bad. reported  on securing a desirable site on the  west side, of tbe fair grounds, just in  front of the old grandstand, and the  need of having two. sheets of ice for  the season's pjay was made apparent,  a canvass of. ^faose present for the  wherewithal *. to build .resulted as  above stated.  The land has already been levelled  for flooding, and construction is now  under way. The proposed rink will  be 30 x 158 feet, provieing a comfortable waiting room, a centre walk and  end platforms for the use. of spectators". - The $1000 of new capital will  also provide for the purchase of another eight pairs of stones for the use of  club members.  The meeting agreed on a membership fee of $12 50 for this winter and  all who wisb io curl are asked to pay  these dues to the secretary, H. B.  Joyce, on pr before the night of the  annual meeting, which has been set  for Wednesday, December 8th, at 8  p.m., at the town ball.    .  _ The early prjyment of the.annnal fee  is"urged so tbaC^^caM Jvottl- fir frte1  election, os-officers. and bey available to  serve on tbe committee that wil! be  named to select-the skips for tbis  wintaasr'-teb of which .-will be needed  with a mentbshlp of at least forty in  prospect.  cessful iri . bring another settler to  Crestwood, A wagon can now be  driven on the west side of the big  slqugh from the end of the government highway constructed the past  season to within about half a  mile  of the  Johnston   point, leaving  ������__���������   .a-,-. _.' ��������� jl    "���������__ :_a   - __.     ������ \'e ��������������� .    ������.~  teas   iiuau    s������wu    ouu   ������    ijja.it    eujiea    baj*  build pt connect up with the Klockmann highway. This road now passes  the -'Couch Rocks," and when extended will go past Liztrd Rock, where  the Indian paintings are, which should  be great attraction for tourists.  Mrs. McKelvey is leaving tbis week  for Cafgary, Alberta, where she will  be a visitor with ber daughter, Mrs.  Ron. Lidgate, for the*next few -weeks.  area.a o CuaM-u-o tuv \r-u-_Lu-w������uo y^v-i. i  WW  m W*L������  ������mF������S$WOOi������  **N.  B. Stenson left on Sunday for Cranbrook.  Mrs. R. Brown of Seattle is a visitor  with her sister, Mrs. B. Johnson,  Mrs. Walter Walby ia away on a  visit with friends at Moyie, Lumber-  ton and Cranbrook,  Miss Ellen Andeen entertained a  number of friends on Monday last.  WARMING TO USERS OF RADIO  All Radio Receiving Sets MUST be Licensed  Penalty on summary conviction la a  Pint- not exceeding; $50.00.  License Fee:    $1.00 per annum.  Licetiaofl. valid to Mar oh 31, 1027, may bf** obtained from: Staff  P.-KJt Ollloea. Radio Doalora. ttmdo Inspectors,, or from Radio  Branoh, Department pf Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa.  A. JOHNSTON, Deputy Minister of Marine  *.m**ff     Wf**,.. **m.**.fm  a. .��������� Hm,+.m    *J .lif.tsr .is^i  Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith and:  family have moved from Crestwood to  Corn-Creek for  the  winter,  and are  occupying   the   house   on   the  Jack  Stephens place. 1  George -Leach, formerly of Canyon,  now of Spokane, was visiting with  friends here hist week.  . A. Johnson of the Goat River flats  Creston purchased the Mrs Joe Wilson  nnd Carruthers holings in Crestwood���������  the new district southeast of Simmons' hill. He,is at present occupying one of the houses at Cloverdale  ranch, until he has his own buildings  completed.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Liddle and family  have moved Into Creston for the winter.  Messrs. Coleman arid F. Porter of  Spokane were motor visitors here  from Spokane on Tuesday last, and  are looking for land at Crestwood.  S. Shaller of Klockman was another  business   visitor   here   one day lust  .week.  Due to tho sloughs being frozen  over duck shooting on the sloughs  be'tweew this point and the boundary  has not been good for the past two  weeks.  Cloverdale ranch wisher to announce for the benefit of enquirers tbat  it btto cold moHt of itra well known  dairy herd and will have no moro cows  to depose of this fall.  Bears aro plentiful in Crestwood district this ' fall. Ono monster bruin  was seen early in the season at Fdas  Creek, trying out tbo truot fishing,  while Messrs. Smith aud Liddle were  successful in getting one that bad  been robbing the pear orchard at  Cloverdale ranch, Whilst tbe bear  was not extra larpa it had the best  head nnd teeth for mounting of any  killed in the vicinity for years, and R.  A; Pnlfroymtin of Creston ie lucky in  securing such a fino specimen for  mounting.  Tbo new taenia road has been   sue-  Wynndel  J. B. Rudd left on Monday on an  extended holiday trip south, and will  make a visit with hir son, who resides  in San Francisco, California.  Sir. and Mrs. R. Uri and family left  -on Tuesday for Burton,*pn the Arrow  Lakes, where they will probably  remain for the winter.  R. Clarke is the latest arrival from  the prairie, getting back to Wynndel  on November 22nd.  Capt. V. Z. Manning of  Cranbrook,  public school inspector for East Kootenay,   paid   the   tvgo   rooms  of  the  Wynndel school an official  visit dur-  ng the past week.  L. Anderson, who was here-during  the summer, in the. employ of J. B.  Winlaw, was an overnight visitor on  Wednesday last, leaving next day for  the coast. ���������-.-���������     / .;_,  Misses Florence and Gladys Wood  l������5ft on Thursday. for Nelson, where  they are making a short visit, and on  their return will be guests of Mrs.  Appletoh of Proctor for a short, stay.  The Kill Kara Klub. will xesume  operasions this winter, with a, general  yiaeetingv=_to^ jdiseua^jdam&^eaUed So%>  Wednesday. .-_, V  ' *  Wynndel hunters are-still'tiavin^ a  bit of luck: - Mr. Vankoognet has been:  brining in some fine geese, while Gus  Benedetti and Charlie Penson have  eaeh got a deer.  Thed������tnce on Saturday night was  attended largely by "Wynndel folk,  with the exception of a small contingent from Sirdar. Everyone states  it���������was a most enjoyable affair.  &iff������si&a*  T. Rogers got back on Sunday from  a very enjoyable weeks' vacation,  which he spent in Spokane.  Rev. S. Newby took Church af England service here- on Fhur������day night  last, and had quite a good turnout.  He will be here on Sanday morning,  December Sth, with services at 8 and  10 30, arid Sunday school at 9.45.  Mrs. Geo. Camand-MrB. Sid McCabe  were hostesses at the tea on Saturday  afternoon at the schoolhouse. There  was a large turnout and the hospitality dispensed was much enjoyed.  Mrs. A. North and Mrs E. J. Brawn  were visitors at Canyon a couple of  days at the end of the week, guests  of Mr. and Mrs. F. Knott.  *  Miss Muriel Knott of Cauyon was  nt three-day visitor with Mrs. F, J,  Brawn. Tbe visitor was a former  public school teacher here and many  Sirdar friends were glad to see her.  E. J. Brawn of tho McCabe B & B  crew was here on Friday, going back  to Canyon on Saturday to do somo  repair work on tho bridge at that  point. He is at Kimberiey with tho  orew which will be at tbat point until  the end of the month.  -C. M. Goodmun of Cranbrook was  here on Wednesday last on a visit  with Mr. nncfUifrs, Roy Proctor.  Provincial police tl. McLaren was  here on nn oflKial visit Inst week, going  on to KuaUatmook on business affairs.  At the chuich tea on Saturday tbe  organization elected tho following  officers for tho ensuing term: President. Mrs, B. F. Whiteside. Secretary,  Mrs. 11, Proctor. Treasurer, Mrs. C.  M. Loasby.  Toya apd 8-day clocks on nalo at V.  Mawjon's. s  GRAND THEATRE  m mm & ST^lIS fin fl iJ-     Wu  taHBUnBlitlj El  Havo you neon tbe Indies* and chillis'  JMtUtV 4. J/*.-i4'jiClmJ4im*   m.i.lk   *J.*a^.J,  CCtlXi.au. C^aU-  mirror sets nt V. MnwMWi'e.  Tom Mix  in  a chance of getting a swell turkey for  Christmas dinner will be at tbe Bert  Boffey garage on Wednesday, 15tb,  when 22 turkeys will be shot and  iraSledfor. Hot coffee and lunch at  12 o'clock, and shooting to start immediately after.  " Mrs. Maxwell has this week moved  from the ranch in to town and is  occupying the > former Appelt residence at the north end of town. J.  Quinn of Creston is moving onto the  ranch here  . The "Whirlwind Club opened tbe  .social season in fitting style on Friday  night last when their initial whist and  dance was well attended and and very  much enjoyed by all. the prizes at  cards going to Mrs. Putnam and Keith  Littiejohn.   Proceeds $40.  Residents of Eriekson will bear with  regret of the death at Vancouver on  Saturday of W. G. Burney, who for a  number of years bad the ranch now  owned by J. B. Holder... removing to  Banff and thence to the coast about  six years ago. He is survived by a  wife and one son. Earl.       /.  ���������*- Residents of tbis district were shocked on Saturday when tbe news reached here of the death of Matthew  Reuben Palmer, who passed &way &t  his borne at Nelson on Friday evening, after but a brief Illness, pneumonia being tbe cause of death. Deceased  was 81 years'of ago and had resided at  Eriekson for fourteen years, only leaving here a month ago���������"to make_. his  home at Nelson. Deceased was a  native of-Port Hope, Ontario* where  .he- resided until shortly after his  marriage, when he moved to Treberne,  Manitoba, and followed agricultural  pursuits, until- 1912, when he again  moved west ane? located at Eriekson  where he still has land interests. The  funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon, with interment in Nelson  cemetery. Rev. F. R. Dredge conducting the last sad rites and C. B, Garland, Guy Browell, E. Johnson, J.  Harrison, E. C. Hunt and A. McL.  Fletcher officiating as pallbearers.  Besides a widow deceased leaves three  sons, Frank of Nelson, Alf. of Creston,  and Jabex of Treherne. Manitoba;  and four daughter, Mrs. R. B. Staples  of Creston, Mrs. Kreiger of Spokane*  Mrs. Wbimster of Nelson, nnd Miss  Ruby Palmer. Maidstone, Sask. The  late Mr. Palmer very happily combined indusbroiuus habits with somewhat  rare business ability for one following  agricultural activities and well deserved the independence he had attained  but destined to so shortly enjoy.  Everyone highly respected him and in  their bereavement Mrs. Palmer and  family will bave the deepest sympathy  of a very wide circle of friends.  B  No Man's Gold'  .... *���������  A Hard  Riding Story  that CrasheEr-the Gates  of Adventure  with  a  Thousand Thrills.  fl"" ffS^*^   ^^g ^���������j*****>*t***y^y J^    M na ff B.___h    ft*ffl������  CAMEO COMEDY  Mm^OSiE.  V**_k  mjmjummmr^M  mWfl^r    ^m^^Smmk ^mW  iiii>������_lii<.lii������liil������>������IIIIIIIIIIW_WIIIIMIMiiai^^  iwnitmiiMiiwuim  l������������MWMi>IWMill_Wi  ^a.i.i_aitol������^;i.'iii^;l.;iii_.-._.i^i;*,,'Vi  iainiyffiiii*vira.'w.S..^-"*a*ri.i'**. ?T*5zI*!l''**fC**** ..<<*���������  ������.-  THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON.    B.    C.  76.  'i/e *$em <inXi*idinq tfcVu������  Sitese JwiJttim^  Germany   Now  Thinks  War Is Calamitous  Gro wtli Of ^^Vkeat Pool Movement  T he-liar me rs of Western Canada in less than three years, have established the largest co-operative organization of its kind, in the world. The  Canadian Wheat Pool, with its three units in the. provinces*, of Manitoba,  Saskatchewan and Alberta, now has a tota]>naembership of 125,000 farmers,  who,., control, 13,230,000 of the 21,000,000 acres sown to wheat last year in  tho three, prairie provinces. It is handling the .sale of the greater part of  the wheat production of Canada, and Canada already exports more wheat  than any country in the world.  The first of tlie three, wheat pools commenced business in the province > state  of mind is  cultivated, it is the  of Alberta in  October, 1923, and at the close of tlie first pool year on July   duty of- every young  persons to  help  Interna'cipnal Strife ,f.s./Insanity on a  X. .'...v Wholesale Scale \...A.7x  It ywas theyfashioh, only a fewy-rears*  agoyyto glorify .war and to create in  the minds of young men an impression of its necessity. Germany was  particularly eager to give its youth  a strong martial spirt and to hold.before them military; ideals. If Strese-  mann speaks for his countrymen:���������and  there  is ho  reason to  doubt that he  a .- ... ������������������- ��������� . ' a  does-���������the Germans have had a complete change of heart. The appalling  sacrifices of the war have taught  them, as they have taught- other nations, that wai-* is not" glorious, but always c&lairiitous. International -warfare is insanity on the wholesale scale.  It is of course, natural and,,right that  young men should go to the defuse  of'their country when It is threatened;  it is noble to lay down one's life in a  just patriotic cause. But if war3 can  be prevented as they can, If the proper  ' H3RB  i  Booklet of "NEEDED INVENTIONS,'' blank form -'RECORD OF INVENTION*.' and full Information FREE on request. Write today. W.  IRWIN HASKETT, 18 Elgin Street. Solicitor of Domestic and Foreign  Patents, Ottawa, Canada. r ������������������  15, 1924, had handled 34,500,000 bushels of wheat shipped by its members.  Meanwhile Manitoba>. and Saskatchewan were organizing pools. In.'the  fall of 1924. they had perfected provincial organizations and the three provinces then merged their selling strength into one giant marketing organization, known as "The Canadian, Co-operative Wheat Producers, "Limited." %*his  agency is incorporated under a Federal charter, with vers*- wide powers."-Its  function is to take delivery of the wheat from, each of the respective provincial pools and to place it on the markets of the world in such a manner  as to secure a price commensurate with the natural law of supply and demand. Each of the three porvineial pools is responsible for gathering the  wheat of its own members and placing! it at the disposal ofthe central selling  agency, which is controlled by a board of nine directors composed of the  president, vice-president and one director of each provincial pool.  The largest proportion of the wheat Is sold by the* selling agency to Importers arid-buyers in different countries of the world* for the agency has  direct seliiMjg connections writh every wheat importing country and its own  representatives in 51 ports of the world-. The funds which accrue frOm the  sales are disbursed to the-- members of the* three pools. This method of  handling wheat provides a large volume t_hrough one. agency and reduces  the cost of operation to a ininimun^.. ���������   .  - It is difficult, if not impossible, to estimate in dollars and cents the  d'-tual Increase in the price of wheat attributable to the operations of the  -wheat pool, but the Pool, controlling's it does over 50 per cent of Canada's  exportable surplus, has the opportunity of preventing large volumes/of  wheat being rushed on. to the market and creating a- glut which ineA'tfcably  forces prices down'. The strength of the Pool lies in its stabilizing power and  in its  facilities for selling in great quantities and in all countries.  This vsat co-operative organization of farmers grew out of the experience  of fixed pi-ices, for wheat established by the Canadian Government d.uring the  wa'r, regulated by an official body known as the Wheat Board. Immediately  after the 'war the farmers of "Western Canada urged the Government to  maintain ihe Wheat Board, but as it had been brought into being and had  functioned under a War Measure Act, the Machinery for its maintenance  automatically passed out of existence with the signing of the Peace Treaty.  The wheat producers of the Canadian West, learning that the Wheat Board  could not continue, began to realize the necessity of an organization of their  own to handle the marketing of their wheat in a way that would prevent  a too  wide fluctuation and secure a better stabilization of prices.  Through the Pool the wheat is handled at cost and therefore at ac-  .-���������aviiig to the farmer. The Central felling Agency with its direct connection.; is able to eliminate some of the handling charges between producers.  and consumer that are incidental under any other method of marketing.  Moreover, the Pool relieves the farmer of the. necessity of guessing  I Vi������! right time to sell his grain and assures him of the average price for the  year on all wheat it sells. This orderly marketing avoids the daisastrous  i-ffeer.s of the flooding of the market in the fall which prevailed under the  old  system.  The Wheat Pool in Western Canada is a notable example of the ad-  vum'i'nii-i-t. made by the farmers of this stage. Already it has shown the*  po^n/ilLies and. advantages of co-operative marketing. Under the old sys-  t.-rn the iarnu-r "-old his wheat and took what the market offered. In the  fool system h>- delivers his grain when convenient and obtains the average  ���������.ri.-..- ot" rli.* selling period, together with the saving in the handling costs.  Thf Pa il price to every member i.s the price at Fort. William, less handling  eh.u-ses   unit   fr.-ight charge.".     The  latter,  of  course, vary, according to  the  the  movement  along.  . RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS .  BUY COAL DIRECT FROM MINE  To  Introduce VICTORy coal,  mined 45. miles West of Edmonton,  in   the  Koothnis of the Mountains?.    "We &FPER in Carlpts ot.^0 tons or p.yeiv      "  Double Screened Lump oyer 4 in. screen    -    $4.00 per ton  Egg from 2 in. to 4 in.     -    $3.50 "  Stovenut 1 in. to 2 in". -    -    $3.00 "  All prices F.o.b.  cars Mirio.    Wabanum,��������� A"tt<a..; (J.N.Ry. ;  Every ton guaranteed.-'free.from"'Rock. Bone or Shale.  Make  Up   a   ear   with   your   neighbor.    Send   $&U.O0   with ..order,  C.O.D.   AVE   REFER  YOU   TO   ANY  BANK. >       ^  tt  tt  it  ts  tt  tt  balance  LAKESIDE COALS, LIMITED, EDMONTON; M^Ti-VJ  u  ��������� !���������,   of tha- haul. "' I  WlC.-t Tne development or Canada's agricultural areas, only one-fifth of  v,in.il n.re as yet under cultivation, the growth of i.he Canadian Wheat Pool  !���������._���������>   re a eh ,-i magnitude never before conceived in eo-opet at ivo marketing.  Si,.-.-Why is .-.our voire so sharp?     ;      The man who tells yovt that lie has  Tie -   lieeaus- I hav.- been trying to ; nothing  to   say  i.s  usually  capable   ol  pit   a   v.-'.rrl   in  edtrewis*'*  for  a  whole j Haying a good deal  if ho  were so In-  v.f-ia|-;. elined.  May Obtain Relief by Enriching  the Blood Through the Use of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  In the days    of    our    grandfathers  rheumatism was thoright to be the unavoidable  penalty of middle  life  and  old age. Almost every  elderly person  had   rheumatism,   as   well   as   many  young  people.     It   was   thought  that  rheumatism  was   due  to exposure  to  cold, and dampness, and it was treated  with liniments and    hot    applications  which sometimes    gave temporary relief  but did  not remove  the trouble.  In those days there were, many rheumatic cripples.    Now medical science  understands that'rheumatism Is a disease of. the blood and that with good  red blood, any man or woman of any  age can  defy rheumatism.  There are  now   many  elderly   people   who  have  never felt a twinge of rheumatism, because they have  kept their blood  In  good   condition,  and   there  are  many  who have conquered it by building up  their weak, watery blood.    The blood-  enriching  qualities   of **I)r.     Williams*  Pink  Pills  is   becomiapg    every    year  more widely., known    and    the  general use of these pills has robbed  rheumatism  of  Its terrors.      At    the  first, sign   of thin,   impure   blood  protect  yourself against   the   ravages . of  disease by taking Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills.    They have helped thousands���������  if you give them a fair trial -.tjjey will  not disappoint you.   Their value in the  case of rheumatism is proved by the  statement    of     Mr.     Finlay    Beaton,  Blackstone,  N.S.,  who   says:���������"I   feel  it a duty, to tell you of the wonderful  benefit I derived from the use of Dx.  Williams'   Pink   Pills.     I  suffered untold   agony   from   rheumatism  and   a  run-down  condition.  The   trouble  left,  me Incapable of work of any-kind, aitd  for a part Of the  time' I was unable  to  move without the  assistance of a  cane.    I.toolc different medicine from  doctors, 'vand< also other remedies that  were recommended, but   did   not   improve and had about given  up hope .pf  getting  better when a friend advised  me  to try Dr. Williams* Pink Pills. I  did   this  with  the  result  that,  within  four months I was as well a man "as  ever I had been.   I can say that I was  ���������v complete wreck when I began using  Dr. Wilihims* Pink Pills and that this  medicine    completely    built    up    my  health.     This   was   some   years   ago,  and'I  have no re turn, of tho trouble  since,     I  give   this   stiitement  hoping  it will benefit others."  You can get the-to pills from any  medicine dealer or by'< mail at 50c. a  box from Thn Dr. Williams" Medicine  Co,, Brockville, Ont.  Covering Developments on the Mines of  * Ontario and Quebec  Published   Fortnightly and  Mailed   Free  Upon  Request  MOW AT & MacGlLLIVRAY  128 Sparks St. - - Ottawa  Claimed By Ireland  Doodle" old Irish Tunes  "Yankee Doodle" Is not American  at all���������it's Irish, according to Dr. Grat-  tan Flood, an Irish authority on musical history. He asserts that "Yankee  Dood.le" was originally an Irish air  known as "AH the Way to Galway.'"  "God Save the King," the British national anthem, Dr. Flood says, also is  an old Irish tune which originated  about 1595 and has been going strong  ever since.  Storms On The Sun  British National Anthem and "Yankee    Many   Rapid   Changes   Taking   Place  A Household Medicine.���������They that  are acquainted' with the sterling properties of Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil in   i the treatment of many ailments would  more \ no*- be without It in the house. It is  truly a household medicine aod as it  is effective in dealing-with many-or3"  dinary complaints it is an. inexpensive  medicine. So, keep it at hand, as ..the  call for it may come most unexpectedly.  Ninteen Trans��������� Atlanti^Cables  The ninteenth trans-Atlantic cable is  now operating, and the twentieth.-will  doubtless be needed, notwithstanding  tlie advance in wireless communication across the seas.���������from the Boston Transcript.  says Chicago Professor  .Violent storms are raging on the  sun as well as on earth at present,  says Professor7E. 4$. Frost, director of  Yerkes observatory of Chicago. Gigantic sunspots, visible to "the naked eye  through femoked glasses, give proof of  the upheaval on the faraway planet  he said.  Magnetic storms and northern lights  may result form} the,-^distant storms,  although no serious results will follow, the professor explained.  "The disturbance is in a soLai* latitude 23 degrees north, coming around  the east side of the sun. Many photographs have been taken and very  rapid changes ar<a taking *������laoe.'* Professor'Frost said.  Sunspots are. not generally ..visible to  the naked eye, he explained, unless  groupd over vast areas. -*  Doctors Use "Tt.-  They   recommend   it   also    for  sprains, bruises and other ills.  The best known issue of - "baby  stamps" was begun Oct: 1, 1889, bearing tho first baby portrait of King Alfonso XIII*  Do not allow worms to sap the- vitality of your children. If not attended  to, worms may work irreparable' harm  to the constitution of the infant. The  little suffeers cannot voice their ait;  ment, but thero are many signs by  which mothers are made aware that  a dose of Miller's Worm Powders is  necessary. These powders act quickly  and will expel worms*! from tho.system  without any inconvoulence to the child.  Steel phonograph needles that will  play .-rrom -100 to 600 records without  changing, are now made by a Missouri concern.  *.  ''���������M$Smm*m\mW&<*  . ���������AZymm^tm'^yj,<<''  "Building Auto. Highways  For the development of local industries, as welt as for military purposes,  tbo Home Department plans the construction of more than 2,000 miles of  automobile roads in Hokkaido, Tokio,  Kyoto, Osaka and. other prefectures.  Women  In   Ainu,  Northern   Japan,  admiro  bearded   laces   so   much  that  thoy tatoo their own to make them ap-  . pear whiskered.  pared v> relieve  inlaws  ni  ."���������nus   aiul   QiiMrv.-n   all   n#e-.   of  Gmsi.ii>afion,   Flattilcucy,   Wind  Co!i<-    ,-irvl    Diarrhea;    ?i.llayiii#  Fevcrishnc.".1-" arising therefrom, awl, hy rcfp.t1at.inp; the* Stomach  -ir.-l  Fiov.'r-1-y aiil.- iho asHmiilatiuit of Food: ^iviiijf natural sleep.  -. ... ., ...    ���������  ,.r   /^MtXAMA^A,'  ,u.    a-*a.    _. ,f., i....... |.   la.      ������������������*..*...    .   ...    J   -K-���������,~.. . -   ���������  ,{,'|���������"'���������'������";,..     rhy.-iciuii:'  cvcrywli'-ic iccoiritucnd it.  Ti      , V������>IM   al'itll������a! f >,.  /JiSoltitelv   I fiir-nlu  1 ..y . I   *a  Aged Farmer Is Killed  Was, Ownei  of 52 Quarter Sections in  Saskatchewan -���������  Death came instantaneously to Stan-  Icy Clark, wealthy aged farmer of the  Froudo dlaliict, wlion his automobile  -���������yms struck by an engine. Tho lute  Mr, Clark was 70 years old, and was  owner of 52 qunrlor-sc-ctlons In jSa.c*-  Icatehowan. Tho newspaper reports  roaord tho fnct that, tho deceased bad  boon a ioc.Iuho Kinco 1904, and "during all that tlmo lie had lived alone."  Tt, nit on Id iiIho bo written Into the ron-  I ord,   that   thn   Into   Mr,. Clark   wuh   a!  j valued and   roHiuictud rfujinbor of tho  Win ia I. Pool, having Sighed a contract  I on  tbo ������.91 h ol" August.  192;*., bis nmn*  lH'ltig  Ofi-030.  Many Join When". Pool  A  t"*1*il M ������������������* I ,'H'.'.''.. -vr-.",* of non--M.nl  ���������;inlri   In   Stinlm'Hio.wtin   wan  won   for  oi-dt.rly   iiiitilceiing   by   lhn   operatoi-.s  iitul  "-uporliui'tidi ids    nl"    Suede.    Pool  , Kb-viiioni,  l-������d.   from  frW'ptombor  J2th  : to 2'Mli ��������� -apprnxlimili'ly     10,000    acrCH  i I-*.'���������.���������-'*." tv,ft-fy four hotti'i..  j "        ~  K*oer*������ Minard'-i Llmlment in tha house.  W. N.  17   N>*9  enulaey  proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  iColds       Headache       Neuritis Lumbago  Pain Neuralgia       Toothache      Rheumatism  r  tw  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  Accept   only   "Bayer,''   package  which contains proven directions.  Handy   -'Bayer** ��������� Ikwcb   of   12   taldc-t-*  Aluo bottle* of 24 and 100���������DrugKi-it*.  trtnlut.rfiil In Oarta-tat  ot Hay*r RIan"if������<*(M"*** of M-moBi-atle-  >.���������.,f,,..-a,r..   tn n������������lw������ ������ha������ KuhMn aKalii������t llttllallmm,   ll*tt TublaJtia  Anplrtn  la th������ trada-,  mark  ���������cl*t*">Jler of KalloyllcaRl'l  <A<".*a|jl        ... .    .  _._,.._._,   ..,_. ir.ii.i.  *fft   /* ������������������-��������� ���������'���������"* W-*i*-"l  *���������������������������'������-  i������,.na.fa.^������.ap������    try ������..:!*���������������   ill* i.������hH>-  Blt������lll������t   llulltllt<Hl������,   ll*tt Tabic IM  it Caye'r Compnay will Ihj auaii*<a "-iltU  Oi-tlir ������������������*r������.t tr������Uo mwck, Uio "*iajr������i* ucuaa.'"  IWMMIIII-i  ���������MMHHHTHMHM TBCB?   IlEYDSW.   CRESTON,   B.   a  I  m  'kzm  ������������������'-''-VI  '&Z  M  sipping  ad Of Tre  es  In Tli6 Prairie Provinces To  -Ascertain jc^are  V-/r -orrowtn  Canadian Pacific Exhibits  Canada; Being  Advertised Throughout  Mapping the f.pread of trees in the  prajrie provinces with the object 6t  ascertaining the rate at which that  spread goes on, j^ one of the latest The World Through Agency of C.P.R.  activities in which Prof. V. W." Jacx-j One of the most- potent ways in  son, of the Manitoba Agricultural j which, the Canadian Pacific Railway is  college, and otlter alithorities on ar-:  boriculture, are engaged.  -  The mapping is being done in  con  nection with a systematic campaigv.  to have more of the prairie - covered,  with trees than is at present the case  and yet in no way interfere with agricultural development. With the exception of comparatively narrow strips  of land, along the banks of riv^ra,  streams and ��������� lakes, the prairies were  treeless lip to the last. centul*y, according to Prof. Jffeicson, Who in-a state-  ment Quoted 7LaVeranch-ye, the first  white man to explore western Canada;*  as expressing his surprise at the lack  of _ foliage on the prairies proper  whereas some of the districts through  wliich LaVerandrye passed are how  practically covered with trees.  So far, the spread Of the poplar has  been the most remarkable to be noted, according to Prof. Jackson. All  through Saskatchewan* "poplar islands'" are forming and increasing in  size, and it���������appears that the poplar  spreads all the more rapidly as new-  land is broken for agricultural purposes. It is only a matter of a few generations until there will be no such thing  as a treeless stretch or^prairie of any  great extent.    Prof. Jackson states:  While the poplar is easily first Jn  the way it adapts itself to the corffli-  tions of the prairies, satisfactory results are being obtained with oalc and  elm. Acorns, which haye been sent to  Beaver Lodge, Alia., and Bed Deer,  Alta., have germinated and Ilie saplings  advertising Canada both to the Dominion itself and to the rest of the  world is through the work of the Exhibits Branch of the Company, and  .some'idea of the latilud^ and comprehensiveness of the efforts of this  branch may be gathered from the fact  of tremendous value to. the Dominion  at large, with benefits that are :many  and wide-spread though frequently  they are difficult tb trace. Appropriations for this branch of work are now  considerable; the men engaged in its  operations are highly specialized;  great strtistic, mechanical, and organizing ability aro called into play. All  this #that Canada may be adequately  represented wherever, large crowds of  people are brought together*;, and its  opportimity kept ceaselessly before  the world.  ceaselessly  r  '  Y\  Making Use Of Nature  Invention   Has   Made   Gas-Buoys   and  and   Lighthouses   Automatic  An invention-^ of    which    landsmen  know little,    yet    which    sir/es    their  I pockets to the tune of tens of thous-  ������������������?'%M  M^tKical Figure Of John Bull  Is Linked Up V^itk Tke  jl Aiarory kj*    l he Urxtisfci .empire   . : : e    that at the time this is written seven j ands yearly, is the so-called sun valve  Cement Friendship .1     Linked up with the history and per-  7     a     ifm mm 7 sonification  of,the British  Empire  is  .:-:-;.-'^^ it    nu-hical    figure    of  Ontario, and N e^^YcSc: S'lte Farafersj Jol!n ^H-a sturdy fellow, garbed-m^  ; Hold Plowing Match A ' red waistcoat, leather breeehes and  Of all the things that have been armed ���������th a stout oaken cudgel" Wri1-  done to signalize the long vears cd���������* ���������* ff *nt ^ssue of John oloa-  friendship between Canada, and the j don s ^ **; f^ * *������ aslnngton^rving" ex-  United States, the most .uniqtre will; Prfses \1,e belief tllat 3t fe>haractei-  be the international plowing match ! ,slTic ������f "!e EnsHsh, and their love for  on the old battlefield of Lundy's *Lanej ^^s blunt, ^omxc and familiar, tha-  in the Niagara district which wilLbe [they have    pmbo<iied    their    national  Ti cal Jl    T������___.i nrrto*.'  _-.r    r.������Jn_.__^  .at  I  they  | oddities in such a figure.  expositions are being stagad simultaneously under its direction���������at the Canadian National Exhibition at Toronto;  at the* Sesqui-centennial Exhibition  at Philadelphia; and at lairs at Que  bee, v Sherbrooke, London, Ontario,  Fredoricton and .Saint John, New  Ih-unswlek. And this is but a phase of  the unceasing work which is being  iVerformed by���������the Compajuy in keeping-.Canada and tlie Canadian Pacific  Railway before the eyes of the world.  For years the Canadian Pacific Railway has participated with an outstanding "display at the Canadian National Exhibition at Toronto, and the  exhibit, annually improved, is doelared  to be finer than ever this year. Months  of study on the part of directors, weeks  of labor on the part of painters, engineers and mechanics, haVe contributed to the .fine artistic presentation,  statrling fot. its clever illusions and  unique lighting effects. The whole presents a very complete survey of, Canada, its scenic attractions, agricultural and industrial resources and I KtallGd' goos on  eommereial life.    A model train, elec-   Iuside is a turbine driven by. a  of  water  flung  by  a  pump,  and  this  of New York state. j     "According to histoTy, the moulding  We have celebrate.1 the century Of S of 'Jol*n Bull* began in the year 1712,  peace between Canada and the United j5*"'11611 John Arbutfmot, physician to  Slates, Memorials have -been erected*' Queen Anne, and a friend of Swift and  at cei'tai-i points on the 4.000 miles, of   Polie, published a pamphlet, "Law is a  unfortified boundary and we have lately had goodwill parties of each country-visiting! and being welcomed by the  other. But none of these things was  quite so striking as this -transforma-  of the scene of deadly conflict into the  peaceful scene of a friendly competition between men of the two countries  who live by the soil.  by. means; of which gas buoys and  lighthouses are rendered automatic.  Inside a gas buoy can be stored  ehbugh' acetylene gas'to burn for six  months if" the light can be turned  down in the" daytime. To do this work  by hand would mean the employlrient  of hundreds of men and launches, and  would often Jbe impossible\ "owing to  bad wealiter. But by means of the  sim valve the sun. is made to do the  work. As day breaks the action of the  light on a certain substance causes  the tap to be turned so that the acetylene flame burns low. When twilight  comes again the'diminished daylight  causes the flame to rise ajegun, so  that gas is qi*ly. being consumed during the hours of darkness. * Even a  heav5* fo%-causes the light-to burn  up., brightly.  There is also an electric-light buoy  of which the light is generated by a  mechanism worked solely by wave ac-( (  n_���������     >n,t_j  oa.Va.ca    o     ���������,���������,--< ���������r,T,.0,.c���������11 really only about six years ago that the i        . __,-���������,���������  tipn.    nits gives    a    moie^po-**eitui|       .--..������������������-     -_ / *������        _ .  _.    -perhaps the best known  of Rowland  Busy Bees In Manitoba  Big  Increase    in    Honey    ProdueLion I  Reported   This   Year  Manitoba "reports a big increase iri  Bottomless Pit: Exemplified in the  Case of Lord Strutt, John Bull, Nicholas Frog, and Lewis Baboon, who  spehjfc ail they had in a lawsuit," Then,  again, the name may have originated  as a result of the theological controversy foLlowing the exit of James II., fc  when the Dutch portrayed England., iu  prints, as a lion, a bull, and sometimes  j a bulldog, indicating, no doubt, our de-  t termination and tenacity. ^-v  j     Gillray   and' Rowlandson.   are     two   *  I promin������jat     caricaturists     vrho     have  played   no   small   part   in   fashioning  j John   Bull.   The   former's   famous   d-f-  , i    .-      .      ., ������������������    .  ., ,   ! linen tion was that of���������John Bull Tak-  honey production for the sixth year In t .       .     ��������� ������������������ .       , . ���������       *������������������  tt* i    .- <���������       ing a Lunch," m win di he is depicted-,  succession.      Honey    production    fori    ,^        ,     -_^' "t ������ uc[������u"_-i.  many years has been a profitable in-   *"** ^ Rattle of the  Nile, taking  dustry in eastern Canada, but it ^ag j a ^ea^ f^������^������^h Admirals as wait-  I ers.     "John Bull's  Turnpike Gate"  is  light than the gas buoy, and; once in-' ^^ ������*������P ln Manitoba began  tP be \  workini  give promise of developing into lovely j tvt,0 yCar.s  trees. Elm seeds which have also been   tion,  i-uns  trically operated and illuminated, specially brought from the British Empire . ExhibiliDn at Wembley, where for  it jivas a ctntre of attrac-  in  front of a frieze -which  planted in Alberta have likewise ger-jtakes the visitor through a cross sec-  minated,   and   as   in  the   case  of   the  oaks, the progress of...the. elm sailings  Is being closely watched.  indefinitely,  stream  flung by a  pump is worked entirely by ilie rise  and fall of the buoy on the waves.  Even a gentle swell will Cao the trick.  The turbine runs the dynamo and the  dynamo produces the light.  Healthy - Livestock  In    Saskatchewan  tion  of Canada  from  Quebec to Vancouver.     Such  accurate   attention has  been paid to detail that central points  as    Quebec,    Montreal,    Toronto,   "the  , Twin-Chios, Winnipeg, Banff, Vancou-  1 v'er and other cities are easily recog:  , ni-ied.       .   '  Work ih Connection With Tuberculosis       Having regard to the increasing na-  Test Shows Few Reac ors tional  character of the  Canadian Na-  ���������the  area   for   the i tional Exhibition,  and  the  manner In  jn) which  it is  attracting exhibitors  and  of 1 vsitors   from   all   parts   of   the   globe,  .,_, this   is   to   be   considered   a  national  work of world-wid*-")  advertisement, in  i line  with   the   policy   adopted   by Ahe  company   in   3 9.11   when" inaugurating  son's    efforts,     the,    sketch  The first test in the area for  eradication of bovine tuberculosis  the six rural municipalities east.  Long Lake, Saskatchewan, has re  cently been completed. This work was  conducted by the Dominion Depart  ment of Agriculture and some assistance was given by the Provincial  Government, and the rural municipalities. In all 21,284) head of cattle were  tested and only 176 reacted, or less  than-oneper cent���������S3 per cent, to be  exact. This f-hows that Saskatchewan  live stock are in a very healthy condition, -And, it is hoped that farmers  in the restricted- area will 'endeavor  to' improve the quality ol" their stocks  by making it a pure bred sire area as  well.  Advance- of Japanese Women  Japan has its Council of Women,  and at the recent annual meeting the  Empress of Japan, attended in person  and read, the opening address. She  was suppoV*l.ed. by- one of tlie princesses, as president. At. this meeting,  which was held in a gaily decorated  building in whieh the national colors  were much in evidence, the Imperial  ladies discarded their national y-cos-  tume for European d.ress.  important.   It has increased during the ! ^"T    ""',   l"    *���������"������-������-������    showing  last five years from 903,000 pounds in ! ^o1^   finding payment of the toll.^  1920 to   4,107,000   pounds,   valued   at' ^ ^ 4f ffre<i,t0 the tabins of tlle  S61fi,Or.S.no   in   1925    Thi.   tremendous i leSt   ������aUl   for   the   P^POse of   keep-  increase    in    output    has    effectively! "^  ^ma^   out.  Despite the   fact  proved that Manitoba's climate is well   ^ thcise t^-o_ contributors were well  suited' for the    production   of   honey.  This year the production *will be even  greatest than last.  Had   To  wi4'e of a  Be  Careful  dying  man sent  known," it could not be said tliat either  representation of John Bull was flattering,      x-  It required the hand/of Isaac Crulck-  shank, to  introduce  a  tone  of refine-  ���������. ... ,   . ,        ., nient by making his John Bull a���������-well-  . The w*te ol a  dving man sent   out ; . .    .    . . ,  - ,       ,    ��������� .    4,     ,'���������',-,   i dressed squirish    personage,    i-eminls-  for a preachefc to come to the bedside '        *,...,     _,..,..���������-..  .  .      -.'...-,..-,.      .       , ������������������ a,       j cent of the Pickwickian  of  her -husband;--who   was   no   better J   - ���������       .���������-...   _, . .    _  ,    '���������������������������. .    ,,, . ���������, .   jpearanee.i    Tins marked  than he should have been. The preaci-' ,.     ..' ��������� .      ���������_ -     .  *        , .,    ���������._       .    ,'.���������,..     I was iurther accentuated by the  er ���������came., and.    said,     You had   better;    -   T .  _^     .    -. -     ... .! of John  renounce the devil, my friend. j T ,,'m       - .  ��������������������������� ,.       ���������,-.���������,��������� ,   .     .,   John  Tenmel.  'Renounce    the    devil!       exclaimed? ���������-.--���������-.'���������.       ,. ,  ,.  ������������������'-,   .        - .7-.-1     , 7 -    .*.   S we     recognize  liim   today we  are  in-  the dying man.   "Why I am not in tne! , ... .   ,  .   ���������,       . . ... -.....������������������   ~    ,  ..... . ,7 debted to the genius of ihe last-named  position to   make  any  enemies   now.* *      ,. ,      .     .. , *     x^-  I artist, whose work-w-as aoly perpetuat-,  tyiie   in   .ap--  improvement  work  Doyle,   John   Leech  and   Sir  For the John Bull as  ���������The  Outlook  Effeminate Youth  Chicago   Doctor Says Thymus  Glands  Responsible for Vagaries of  Present ..Genera ion  The   trouble   with   Iho   "'effeminate  youth   and   mannish-flappers"  of  the!  in'osont. generation, is Ihat their l:hym-  tjs  glnnds  have  continued   to  operate  ultov their development    from    chili"--  hood. Dr.  Victor II. Lindlahr, of  Chi-  en go, told tlte Ontario Drugless Prnc-j  (.loner's u.sHociu>! Ion in annual lheelingi  bore   at  Toronto.     Dr.   Lindlahr   said  tho   fact that the tbynuiH glands were  operating  beyond  Ih-dr proper  period  was due  to   thy aoflne.ss and luxury  whl'.li the parch ol" .scloiic*e and. cl.'lll-  r/ation entailed In iho lives ol" Ihoavor-  rigo person of J92H.  Surprised When He Saw Cnnadn  Mr, Alfred Bishop, who came to Liberia -from Ilie United States, hii.s-  wrfllon b.'ii'fc .soine ol" bii impresHioiiB  of iho oouutry to Mr. O. C Ruttodgi*,  ("anaillnn   <;oveinnieni^ Ag.nl.   ul   T.03  (111 I   ,MOa>  C.aa-  i:.   (  Vovk. r.:\y  t'������ fell you  din ii   WfHl  street,    Syrncime,    New  Mr.  !*.",.-hop:  "I  n"*i  ;"**'-'l������->  what. I thhilv ol* iho Cuna-  1   was   surprixj'd   when   I  exhibits, of neglecting no opportunity  of bringing Canada forcibly and ap-  pealingly lo the attention of the world.  It is in a way comparable to thi- work  the company performs* periodically h*"  representation through elaborate and  expensive exhibits at lhe world's larger expositions.  Some ol*-these have been the New  York Land Show in. 191 1 and 1912;  the Chicago Land Sbo'w in 1913; the  Sun Francisco Exhibition in 191 t and  3915; The Foi re de Lyons in 1918; the  New York Cheinioal Exhibition; and  the Tokio Peace Expos3lion. For two  years the company was represented  'through a handsome pavilion at-the  British Kihpirc" Exhibition at Wombloy.  Following thi.-*, space was*takon at tin-  New Zealand and South .Seas Exhibition for sin elaborate pIcl.uriKatiou oi  the Dominion. Af the pros-en I. llm������-  i "Treajjune Island," brought from  i Wembley, ts an out.sund.1ng attraction  'at the S**sqiil-c.,3ntennitil Exhibition ar  j Philadelphia. Almost, without, inter-j  ruption Camilla, i.s being advertised In j  j some part of-tbo world through ihe!  ] Company's participation in a world, exposition.  Tlie Exhibits Branch ������ninl;os it a  point to every year install exhibits'at  all tho larger lali-ri throughnut'tho Dominion, provincial, muuieipal, and  civic, bringing to the nllonlion of the  people ol' ono sect inn of tho <-ountry  the beauty and resources of other see-  lions, in nddl Ion It maintain*" thirty-  five pf-nnauont exhibit-; in great centres of population Jn Iho United S.aton  and Canada, n.-i well as others In Ihe  nrill.-di IhIi'H, villi reprnihifHoTtH <W  CanatMan scenery and lutniploH of Dominion products which aire pui<"iil. tut-  : ed by Sir Bernard Partridge. *  I Opinion will vary as to whether our  | present conception^* John Bull really  j exemplifies in the highest degree the  j characteristics o-C th-3 Bririesh race.  i'Nevertheless. the sturdy figure undoubtedly symbolizes strength, tenaci-  ] ty, and d.etermination, three I raits or  which we are justly proud.  Shot Bears In Arctic  Woman   Hunter   from   California    Returns  With  29   Pelis  Experienced Polar hum ers doff ilu'lr  hats to Miss Loui.se A. Boyd, San  Rafael, Calif., who has returned to  London after a six woilis trip in the  .A ro lie,*.  To Miss Boyd belong.--, the distinction of having been iln***- first woiiwn  to soi foot upon desolate Fran}* .losi-f  ! Land, to which she made tin** voyage  'in Raold Amunilspii's old supply ship  Hobby. With Miss Boyd were MI *s  Janet   Coleman,   Sun   Francisco.  and  Count .ind Coimtoss Rivadavia. friends  of King Alfonso XIIl."of Spain.  From the .S������"������tli degree -northern  latitude Miss Boyd returned with ih<**  pelts or '2$ polar bo-nrs, six of which  she shot in one day. This it is eons-vi-l-  cred Is enough to turn envious any  Arctic liunt-er.  The parly captured five cubs alive.  Ol" the best of those Coutu Rlvndavhi  will present one io King Alfonso.  Miss Boyd look 21.00*1" foot. o\ tllin,  bc.-*liles 70<i phoingrapliK ol* Airijt-  ���������scencry.  Expects. Warm  Welcome  I     I.:u?.y Willingdon has been -"jiendin--;  | moM of AugitPt In London. "Thi.s is ������'i-  [ ing to be a big change for you." I vcti-  1 'iir--d. "Y<-*������, indeed," she a������"iei*<l. it will  i bo from 'China io pant' almosi literal-  i  3,v," I .-asked her how j-lu- ilinunbt   she  nuvv   the   lunotitit of  -wlH-at  grown   in i veniremen ih  or  tue  -fountrys  oppor- this roconr iin.-iiKmg nniHkiiiungo. oi t lie .soiifion, ::.������ pounds lu wclt;ht, *-:m   would like the Itoniinion after m> niriny  Canada.    This country  la  Iho land of   tunliy    lo tbo people ol* the nopubllo  'nken from thn waters ol* (ho French Ulver ui the (.'unadiiin Pacific Bungalow j years In India. '\\> are i-uiv to iav\ ihn  c>f   and  ibo tourist to Ciniada. | Camps, by  E. A. FatlnlOHh, ol' lhe Ciirnoglo -t'orportitloti  of Now York City, , cold," ?ho f-aid bt-ishtly, "hni  I am n:>  I     The  Exhibit.*.  Branch    has    rapidly | FutIiiIohIi and   his  guMo hud  a  twenty-five  minuto battle with  thi3 monster | ^ur������*d. Hunt "h'v wnrniih of our *v-'li*oni-ji  Record <'_M[uskie,, From French River  This record hn,*uklng nuiHkaltinge of the j-.oafion, "*������ pounds iu wcJf-ht, -va-*  Inkeii from thn waters ol" (ho French Illvor ut the (.'unadiiin Pacific Bungalow  opport unity*  it."  and tlu'iJ*   ii   pl< tuy  W. N. 1*.  ItMO  I'haf.e of the  FarlntoHh  and  importanr 'nifiHltlo bofni*e ft wiim finally liuidod.  op������ rallon of the nillway, 1 three Union it  look more tlian 75 yards ol' line.  i _...._,..,.������../_..,      a......... ...... a .a ,..,.... - ���������   ...... . .   ,                     ,  d-vs'loped  to    be    :t    vet"*     iinportanr.' nifisltlo before it wiim finally liuidod.    Twice It lonpod ch'ar of ������h<.* water and ] v Ul ntoro ulinn com pen.* nro ���������.���������nr iliat."1  ^-Th*r- |**aj*^5iif? Show, London.  B  >u\mtmmmi-it^mmmmMm������m\  illlJlililiWilllllltllllllllM^ WHB  C.BESTOR BBVIEW  THE~CRESTON REVIEW teaoher-I think mosfc ot the Bric^  son    citizens   who   have   children  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription ���������*. $2.50 a year in advance.  ���������53.00 to U.S. points.  O. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON.   B.C., FRIDAY, DEC;   3  LETTERS TOTHE EDITOR  -��������������������������� -���������/--���������-  Reply to * Interested Reader'.  Editor Review:  SrJ^���������After reading the letter  last week I could not refrain from  giving my opinion of this continued  hallowe'en affair. As the last part  of Interested Header's letter was  most reserved to my opinion I shall  discuss it.  Not saying the first part was  anywhere near ray liking. Speaking of   Mr.   Jentz,   th'e   Eriekson  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 the flood  water level of a portion of 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 Goat River will he  ���������diverted from the Flats is located at the southeast ouarter of Section 4, Township 8, Kootenay District, and the water so diverted into the  Kootenay River by an artificial waterway.  The reason for the proposed diversion and  lowering the flood water level 4s 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 ana an application pursuant thereto  and to the Water Act will "be filed ih 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  local newspaper.  Date of the first publicntion of this notice is  November 12,1926, **-*'  CREST-ON RECLAMATION COMPANY,  Limited, Applicant.  By A. L. McCULLOCfH, 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 tor the approval of the plans ofthe  works to be constructea for the reclamation of  a portion of the Kootenay Flats.  The plans and specifications of the said works  will be f yled in the office of the Comptroller of  Water Rights at Victoria, and duplicates of  such plana and specifications will he open to  inspection in the office of the Water Recorder  at Kelson on or about the 1st day of December,  1926.  attending school in his room, will  think it is strange thing if he keeps  up his present ways of acting, and  is kept on by the trustees.  Perhaps discipline ts needed in  Eriekson school, but at any rate  not the kind these teachers try to  enforce. About the Christmas  entertainment if Interested Reader  does not approve of a Christmas  concert that is his or her affair, but  I think if one cannot have more  respect for the children that take  part in the entertainment than to  write about in papers and criticize  their music and such like as noise,  or foolish rubbish that hurts one's  ears, they are- not up to Kjueh.  He or she also said that it was  far better to study more and not  ���������waste time practising for a concert.  As far as the time spent on practising goes it appeared tefmake little  difference to the Entrance class  last year for the studies they miss*5  ed, for they made up for it at the  finals. It was merely the difference between a good teacher and a  poor one. Too bad about these  poor, weak minded teachers having  too much strain on their brain if  they have a concert. H. P. L.  Eriekson, Nov. 29.  Imperial Bank's  Successful Year  Objections addressed to the Minister may be  fylecf with the Comptroller at any time priorto  the expiration of thirty days after the first  publication of this notice.  Date of the first publication of this notice 3s  November 12, 1929.  CRESTON RECLAMATION COMPANY,  Limited. Applicant.  By A. L McCULLOCH, Agent.  GOVERNMENT LIQUOR AGT  Notice of Application for Beer  License  Notice is hereby given that on or after the  Third day oi December next the undersigned  intends to apply to the Liquor Control Board  for a license in respect of premises to be known  as Pinehuwst Inn. at South Slocan, Lot 2, Block  B of Lot 303. Group t. Kootenay District, Nelson  Land Registration District, in the Provihce of  British Col-nubia, for the sale of beer by the  glajis or by open bottle for consumption on the  premises.  Dabed this 9th kay of November. 1926.  KENNETH CAMPBELL, Applicant.  MINERAL  ACT  FORM #="  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  OF APPLICATION  Jolly Boy, Bobcat and Bon Ton Mineral  Claims, situate in the Nelson Mining  Division of West Kootenay.  Whjf.reV'ca-ed-   On Tron Mountain, northwoHt-  crty from Kitchener, It.C.    I-mv-ful holrtei*:  f-_.itt.rleR   I'lniimier   Kill, of   Victoria.  B.C,  Nn ruber of the holder's Freo Miner's Oertlft-  tstUr. Sn. jM*.i-l).  TAKE NOTICE "hat X. <i. A. M. Young* Free  Mliliir'i. CerTlflcat*; N>������. OtiOSJ-C. anting uh (menu,  for  tho  f-ai.l  Churlo*   Plnmtri'ii* Hill, inteml,  rtlxty rl-i.yh from thfi date hereof, to apply to the  Mining- Itr.'-wlf.r  for Oertftlfntoi of Improvement"    *������jap   t'������V"   pu.rp'V3'.'   of  oMrtlntng   Crown  'iraniM nf th*i'tbov<- tiluiJiiH.  And fiij-thrjr take noMr.o that nation, under  Sfwi|������ir������ K1 of th*������ Mlm-rnl A':1, nuiHt bo nnrn-  mr*n<*r'd bfiforo the Ih.-iu-.iico of Miich C������rtltl**Ati-H  of Irni������rovonj������-nt������.  [���������"at'-i-l th!n_!1������triny ofO'-t-nhor. A.IHKW.  MINERAL  ACT  FORM F>  Total Assets Increase by Seven  Miilions���������Deposits Pass the  $100,000,000 Mark���������Profits Increased by over $100 000.  The 52nd annual statement of the  Imperial Bank of Canada? indicates  in a very marked degree the improved business conditions which  have pertained in Canada for some  months past. The larger earnings  and the greater demand for loans  and the splendid increase in depos  its tell a story of greater -activity  in business and the increased pros  perity of the people.  The Bank's profits for the   year,  reached $1,265,776.31,   over $100,  000 better   than in    the   previous  year's -statement.  Deposits for'the first time in the  Bank's history passed the $100,000:,-  000 mark by a very handsome  margin. Lb is particularly inter  eating to note that interest bearing  deposits stand at over $82,000,000,  pointing clearly to the popularity,  of the Bank with the Savings  Bank depositor.  As in all previous statements of  the Imperial Bank of Canada, the  liquid position is a marked feature,  but in the present statement the  figures are even considerably in  advance of those for several years  past. Cash assets are over %27,200,-  000 while quickly realizable assets,  whieh h ve increased by $5,200,000  during the year now stand at $69,-  372,579 02 or sixty per cent of the  total of the Bauk,s liabilities to the  public. Total assets have increased by $7,000,000. and are shown as  $ I HI. 832.309.65. Increased borrowings, indicating improved com  mercial activity, are shown in  current loans whioh now stand at  $55:186,970.88. almost $5,000,000  greater than in the Statement of a  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE OF APPLICATION  Vt'rjrtlttan, fCootrnay Warrior, and *~)ld  year ago.  The Bank  was enabled, after  uifcyhig the iihiulI dividend of 12%  plus a bonus of 1%, making tlio  usual contribution to officers' guarantee and pension fund and provid-  Chief Mineral Claims, situate in the j it,K for    Government taxeft    if,    art"  Netnan    Minlntr    YDioision     of    West I .     -  <*i_i/k_-iAf_    _. #  Kootenay. ^amount of $160,000, to  carry   for  ' -.v.tnl  ti������   Profit and  Long   $t,252,-  Ji8.2.'i. or #1;*:i,()bU in -.neens of *vhe  aitn-imt ������(*'irri������**d  forward   last year.  Win i'.- hK-iiti'4:    t ij������ trim \fr,iint.Mlri, north wi.^t,-  aj-i ,)j   innii   ii. 11' ..'.- im' ; . U.i  .     i.au.'ii!  ii.a'.il.-i .  c.hjir|<_M   l'Iiiimn..r   Hill   4,1   VlctorU,    l*.������'.  S'liuili.-r >.f i l..'  Uii!'!i v'* Pt>'���������.  Mlrn:i''- '',-.,ti  ������ruHi:   !*���������."-������. 'JWHI-I).  TAKK S'flTlf M-; t.hi-t. r. f'. A, M. Younjf. Fmt  M'tmur--- C<.rtillf"ii.O. Si,. i^ciHI <'. .ftitif'nr. aiK"������a".  r.n-1 he .-ml 11 i :hi������,j-li-.a. I'I u i in hit Hill. Int.^ti.t M'xiy  '!, ,y- fr'aii-n i!ia<<f.tf.a 11. ��������� r-a -.-> f ro apply io the. ,V>lln-  inj_f It.*i'ma!>��������� f fair t.'������--������������������ Illi-iii f+ ot Jhiia'ii-m/'i'.iiiJ'rit'H,  ilaSiintiiK ' tii'.vri ('r.tnlM <������!*  Th*' Ml n*'i nt'Ki'M   th.it   Huiiiii   ofthe  ������.i.i.r:Jaifa.i������*(l if.iiiiis    in    KdhHtfiiiil    IHgti  **4\-   ill'*   till I'll' l-ata   f|_*   . na. ...a.aai iw   ���������    i.avail   ������������i������vm<".   ... . .    . .. . _.    . _. _r    -_.  tii������! litiovn af-i viiiin , Nf.l'n.(il lu; iincn a-t.-i prliimry   roonia   for  sj.\.;vr:;;'X^ ������'*1"" ���������* ^ ������������*������������������������ *h������  imriTKvit b'jfjifft ttwi iHnuiii.cn of muHi corMiie.n.o : v'timurHtfti'-i Ifjnif  hjiIUh   tluit  tiro  now  r.f d..i> .������������vi.tii.a.il-i ���������'       , ,1 I   I ��������� at  t) uu-it I.I 11 i-i'J I a.t.. lay uf i >i r olnu". A.l������. \'.ta\. i  Ut''1' '" K'"'- '*' '>>" |"������'''ln; ������( Ji������m.������  CONDENSED BALANCE SHEET  AS ON 3Dth OCTOBER^ 1926 --...������������������..;���������***���������.-������������������  LIABILITIES:.      '.        .V;"- ������������������'���������   ��������� "��������� ��������� j . ''���������*9-   Z  Notes of the Bank in circulation.... .......... ..... SI 0,092,633.00  Due to other Banks ...-.  ;... ..r ��������� . .*.. - 3,755-364.37  Letters of Credit, outstanding.���������. .... ...... ...........7 .. 564^397.30  Dividend and Bonus Due~November 1st, 1926.. .. .-��������� ........  ..     280^00.00  Unclaimed Dividends.  .......  751.75  Capital, Reserve and Undivided Profits., ................'..    15,752,148.23  ���������-        -"    .. >**.".. ''$31,045^94.74''  Ueposits................ ^............\....................  X0O,7S7,OX4- 91  $131,832,309.65  ASSETS: "     ~ ~  >. . . \  Cash on hand and in Banks. '.. ..^'......... Z. ^ $16,347,745.63  Notes and Cheques of other Banks.................. .7,,.  6,530,360.35  - Deposit in Central Gold-Reserves.  4,004,4.66.66-  Deposit with the Minister for purposes of Circulation Fund... 332,730.45  Dominion aad Provincial Government, Municipal and other  Securities.............  21,606,889.70  Call Loans in Canada and abroad........___.-".  13,427,522.09  Other current Loans after making full provision for bad and ������  doubtful debts.  62,309,831.02  Bank Premises  ..   4,921,660.21  Ileal Estate, Mortgages and other assets............,........ 7^,534,831.97  "Non-current Loans, estimated loss provided for,  251,874.18  Liabilities of customers under Letters of Credit as per contra.. 564,397.39  $131,832,309.85  PE*LEG HOWLAND, ��������� /   JL E. PHIPPS,  President. ' "    - General Manager.  AUDITORS' REPORT TO THE SHABBHOLDERS:  "We report to the Shareholders *of the Imperial Bank of Canada.^���������  That we.have audited the sftiove Balance Sheet as at October 30th, 1926, and compared it  with the books and vouchers at Head Office and with the certified returns from the Branches.  We have obtained all the information and explanations that we have required, and in our opinion  , r^the transactions of the Bank which have come under our notice have been.witlun the powers of the  '''Bank.' . x y. ' ���������":"-.'   ���������"���������-''���������"'*   ,*      -*���������������������������-,- -*.-. ",'���������;;������������������������������������������������������ x----.  In .our opinion the Balance Sheet discloses* the true condition of the Bank, .and is as shown  by the books of the Bank. <������������������'������������������ -7  * The above Balance Sheet does not include money which has been set aside by the Shareholders from, time to time for the purpose of a Pension Fund, a portion of w^ch is invested in shares  of the Bank. s ,  A. B. Shbpbtebd, C.A., ". s  of Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co.  ZD. McK. McCleluand, F.C.A.,  of Price, Waterhouse & Co.  Toronto, N*ove5nber 19th, 1928.  ^    ��������� ,   ��������������������������� .    k       ���������    . - ������������������".      "��������� ��������� ������������������"'     ' *  ��������� '      ���������       ������������������   ...      \. ��������� ' ���������  :'j=".sS,.(;h*r������jb;-������*fcAl!HJ������i:  oo r Covc ri ii g&  Keep your Floors Warm and Beautify your  J5ry__L^J]iali^__������   wy ECll ^>__iBC?11"UJ  t^aSSLft ^a^^,^^^ ^^^^Jr JLaMZ,* %-J XVM   JK^^U^ ^kJtitaJ  Lies flat withont fastening.  Made in ityanada.  Satisfaction or a new rug.  Attractive prices and patterns.  AU Gpld Seal Congoleum  ia sold with a positive and unconditional guarantee.  CRESTON MERCANTILE COMPANY  LIMITED ru''-"*  ._. ���������'���������*-���������.  1^15^1  THB  CBE8TCS ft������TOE*W  9?  r$  Local and Personal  Dr. Eiltie is improving nicely nt the  General Boa.ri^il, Calgary, v h. re he is  fifcill n patient.. The doctors in attendance think his general health will be  much better than. for 'the past few  yeara.  Wm.   Ramsay   of  Nelson,   district  is Hoof 8. F. Tolmie and the local  delegates are immensely pleased at his  selection.  The departure on Saturday of Hiss  Nancy'Severn for her home at Proctor was preceded by a surprise party  on Friday night at the* home of Mrs.  W. Truscott; "THlsa Severn's popular-  ing being attested by the number of  ������������������.,. , . ^..     young     folks   present.    "With   game  pnblic   works   engineer,  was in- this       j. __,_.������ .  ������������������������������!.._. "������   ' * ��������� ���������      *      4-and music a very enjoyable evening  district On an inspection visit to the  new Goaty-River bridge; This year's  estimates contains ah amount. suffic-  ont to gravel the lower TSrickson road,  and a start will be mase*as soon as the  funds ere available.. *'  Messrs. Mallandaine. Rodgers. K.  Stark and Littiejohn got hack on Saturday from the Conservative eonven-  ion at Knmloopa which nocupied their  attention Tuesday, "Wednesday and  Thursday previous.    The new  leader  was spent by all.  On Thursday a- surprise party was  held at the home of Mrs. W. Truscott,  the guest of honor being Mrs.Truscot't,  er. Quite a number of neighbors and  friends gathered to express their good  wishes Upon the seventy-fifth birthday  ofthe guest of the 'evening. .Cards,  games and dancing helped to round  out the evening, gramdma tripling the  light fantastic with the best of them.  AGRICULTURAL and INDUSTRIAL  M  President .and General Manager Imperial Bank  of  Canada review   Canadian  Business  Conditions at Annual Meeting of Shareholders.  ��������� BANK*$ STRONG POSITION  Mr. Peleg Howlsnd, the 7 President,-in his address said, in part:  "The country has again been  Messed with abundant field crops,  though not eaual to those of last  ''���������year. ���������  Natural Resources Develop. ���������  "The fisheries have yielded well,  the salmon canners In Britisii Columbia having had another successful year. The fishing industry is of  much - importance to Canada, but  especially to the Maritime Provinces and British Columbia.  "Mining in both British Columbia and Ontario has had farther development. Development in the  Rouyn District, in the Province of  Quebec, ls going on, but has not yet  reached the point where there has  been actual production. An extension of the T. & N. O. Railway into  that region would glye this Province a better chance to benefit .from  the work going On there.., Mining  withosmelting and refining, which  follow in its wake,- is of growing  importance to Canada, and, as It  grows,must attract in. an increasing degree attention to this country, both from the Investing and  speculating public.  Pulp and Papei* Output.  "The output of pulp and newsprint has increased largely, and is  now considerably in excess of that  of the United States, and, the -expansion BttU goes on. The output  bids fair to double that of 1926 l������  a., short time. The year has been  a profitable one to this industry.  Basic Wealtlk.  "The farm, the foreati the mine  and the fisheries are the four bases  upon which the prosperity of this  country rests. When it is understood that in the twelve months  ^ ending on September 30th,last this  . country's exports; of agricultural  and vegetable products and animal  and animal products, amounted In  value to $788,000,000, and wood,  wood products and paper to $284,-  000.000, in all '11.072.000,000 out  of total exports of $1,807,000,000,  the importance of these two industries to the country can be realized,  and also, perhaps, the wlBdom of a  fiscal policy which by reducing their  costs of-1 operation -will encourage  their expansion, together with ttujt  of mining and of fishing.  A Bettor Outlook.  "While th������ -Indices, flueb as car  loadings, building permits, construction contracts, merchandise  shipments, savings deposits,* bank  loans and so forth, all indicate that  the existence of better business and  the activities surrounding our enormous exports and imports must result in good returns to many, my  observation would lead to the belief  that there is not tho general prosperity in tho industrial and distributing buainesa of the conhtry that  is desirable, tho cost of carrying on  being still out of proportion to pro  lit, but some progress has been  made, und lt is not unreasonable to  oxpoct further improvement, for wc  have had in the ton months of the  calendar year some reduction in our  national dobt other than that Incurred on behalf of tho publicly  owned railways; a reduction in the  Dominion taxation, with tho promise of more; a return of tho country to a gold basis without dislocation of.business, nnd some increase  in immigration, all of which mast  bo holpful to our woll-boitog.*'  The General Manager, Mr. A. E.  Phipjif*. snttl, In part! ���������  "The year Juat closed linn prdh-  ably been the best for the banh  uinco 1 became Genoral Manager in  1021. Tha total aasotn, the deposits, and the. profits all aliow a  substantial Increase.  *  Deposits KxcihhI ^lOO,<M>0,000.  "Tho total aiiaotti tut $_t3J,832,-  309.05 are the largest over shown  by the Bank, as also are the deposits; In fact, it is the first time  that the deposits of the Bank have  ever exceeded one hundred millions  of dollars.  "The profits have been distributed in the usual manner, the only  change being an additional $10,000  set aside to provide for additional  income tax. Tbey have been computed,' of course, after making full  provision for all bad and doubtful  debts and contingencies, but before  setting; aside contributions to the  Pension & Guaranty Fund, and of  $160,000 for the Dominion Government taxation. These taxes are ia  addition to Provincial Government  taxes and.licenses amounting in  round figures to $65,000, which  have been paid and deducted at the  Head Office and Branches before  making 'up their profits. Altogether the taxes paid and reserved  (leaving out wof the question real  property and similar taxes),  amounting to $226,000, or over 3  per cent, of the capital of the Bank..  I doubt very much if any other class  of business is so burdened with direct taxation. . y"  Iniareaae*! "Profits.  "It is satisfactory to note, therefore,-, that through Increased business and other causes we were able  to show net earnings of $1,265,-  776.31, whieh are $103,627.58  greater than a year ago, and enable  us to carry forward $1,252,148.23,  or $153,276.21 more than last year.  "The circulation at $10,792,633  i������>-practically the same as a year  ago. We feel that it would have  been greater had it not been that  the marketing of the Western crops  has been retarded by unseasonable  weather. The deposits, $100,787,-  014.91, show a growth of over $6.- '  000,000, and a very gratifying feature is that while there has been a  slight shrinkage in the deposits not  bearing Interest or current accounts of $1,000,000, there has  been an increase in round figures of  $6,000,000 in interest-bearing deposits, which include the Saving  Bank accounts of the Bank.    ,  Currency on Gold Basis  . "Last year' I' stated that there  was reason to hope that 'bankers'  difficulties would be substantially  less than they had been for the past  few years, and this ln our own case  provedMo be true. Other than the  re-establishment of the currency of  the country on a gold basis; which  was brought about almost without  comment, the year has been one of  calmness, with comparatively  steady growth/ there having been  no outstanding Incidents or disturbances in banking or commetrclal  circles in Canada.  Industrial Activity.  "In our own Province of Ontario  I think the manufacturers have had  a better time. The automobile industry, tho textile Industry, flour  millers, manufacturers of electric  appliances and of boots and shoes  and leathers, have all enjoyed a  moderate degree of prosperity.  Western Business Improved.  "f visited the four Western Provinces in September and early October. I can assure you that Western agriculture and Western business wae on a vory much bettor  footing than I have soon It for a  long tlmo, and the development of  the port of Vancouver and tho  coast of British Columbia might  almost bo claused ao amazing. At  present, owing to the heavy wheat  crop in tho West and better conditions thoro Is a stronger demand for  mouoy than for aome timo, and  there Is no reason that 1 can see  why tho coming year should not'  prove aa satisfactory to tho Bank as  the year which has Just closed. Tho  Bank was never in a bettor position  to take advantage of improving  conditions."  Turkey Shoot and Rakbxb���������*Yuletide shooting 7,i match wncf raffle on  Wednesday^ December ISth. for 22 of  the finest turkeys ever'pat up in the  Oreston Valley, to be held under Bert  BofiFey's. garage, beginning at noon  with hot coffee and iumJh, and shooting to follow immediately after. All  are welcome to try their luck with  rifle or usual dice. Bert Boffey will  have charge of the shooting.  A Women's Missionary Society was  organized at Trinity United Church  on Friday afternoon, with a membership of nineteen enrolled at the. initial  meeting.   The officers' chosen are:  President���������Mrs. J. W. Robinson.      Jv  Vice-President���������Mrs. Edmnndson.  Secretary���������Mrs. Kernaghan.  _,  Treasurer���������Mrs. Blinco,  Stranger's Secretaay���������Mrs. Craig.  Home Helper's Secretary-���������Mrs.  F,  Lewis.  Missionary   Secretary ��������� Mrs.     W."  'Kelly.',;; -.%,-':<  Supply Secretary���������Miss Hopkins.  Press Seerdtary���������Mrs. W. Truscott.  nni._ __._.'._.������.2__ :n '___._  ������_-������_������'��������� __;*. *n_s_!*.w  *IKJ   UlCCllURO   M.XMM     *JK3    UCHI      AW    J. ������.������H1VJT  Church on the third Thursday of each  month,   a.        * - ..���������'������������������'-���������*.���������"���������..  . ���������''3' -  If some responsible organization will  assume re**ponsiblity for 'its upkeep  and conduct Creston will have a swimming pool next season. T. M. Edmod-  snn has just completed its construction  at his ranch along the K.V. At  present it is SO x 130 feet, but if desired  another 30 feet can be easily added.  As at present constructed it is five  feet deep in the centre with an upward  slope to each end. It is located with  a gentle slope to the west, which permits, of it draining itself, and is  filled from springs on the high side  with a capacity of making a fill in  ten. hours. Mr. Edmondson intends  to utilize it this winter to give him an  ice supply, with any surplus to.be  available to other purchasers.  , Mtl&G Si&faiR        y  In Epite of the bad weather steady  progress has been tnadr with Robert  Alderson's new house, whieh will be  ready for occupation f by the middle of  the month.  The committee is at work arranging  for the children's community treat to  be held some afternoon of the week in  which Christmas comes,-  S.P.Schmidt left a few nays ago  -for Cranbrook. where he is a Hospital  patient at present, and does not expect  to be home till early in. the new year.  '���������-Mrs. W. Kelly and young daughter,  with Miss Jennie Marshall, arrived  Ihis week from Elko, and will be with  Mr. -and Mrs. John Marshall until  after Christmas. ���������.;���������-���������  Surprise parties have been the vogue  the past week. On the 25th Hector  Stewart was the unexpected guest at  an affair in honor of his birthday, and  on the 29th Mi*, and Mrs. Cox were  similarly favored. Dancing, music  and games were tbe features at both  functions.        ������,...  Mrs. Harry Reed arrived heme at  the end of the week from a visit .with  friends at Arrow. Lakes points and  Nelson. Her stay in the hospital at  the latter place was very brief, being  merely for a tonsols consultation.  Grand Forks board of ..trade has  been revived once more���������the fourth  comeback in about ten years. %  Form Na 13.  <Soction 30.)  LAIwCp Ax&HT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO  PURCHASE UND  In Kootenav Land RocordtngDistriot of Nelson  Distriot, and situate directly north ot Sublot  Na 12, Lot No. 4505. on Duck Crook, In the  Kootenay District.  T-fl.lc.0 notice that Arthur Glaslor of Sirdar,  B.O.; occupation, farmer; IntondB to apply for  pormlBBion to purchase tho following, described  Iiuidn:   Commoncinn. at a post plantod nt north-  oast oornor ot Sublot No. 12 of District IxitiMW  on Duck Crook; thence 40 chains wast: thonoo  20 chains north;   thence 40 chains oast;  thonoo  520 chains Borit.li, and containing: eighty aoros,  more or less.    v,_r^_ ���������     ���������., . ~.v.V_ ' __'' ..  ARTHUR QLAfllteR, Applicant.  Datod Sopt. i, 102U.  %S*wtOO*S''"''. mlm&mWG  ^; 'j^MP MttJMM^ J_M  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  [connection  ^^^|M J^SS^^SW ^^^m^^ ..^M^ta A^Wdf���������x  m^^^  MM t���������W ^^  mmmW^lBmm Mtyj* flS#  E* *S*   mtmWmmW *Si������r*^* ^lffi^Sy ^fflEJp' lm%  Wnl (H*^  Shoe and Harness Repair in a  Ixt Bifiti8h  otvMCmfolSL  ej^HE finest 6f grains and Hops are  ^ made into the most deKcious and  iiealthful and pbrest beers for tihe people  of British Columbia.  British Columbia beers axe ca-?efulfy and  cohtihuously analyged by the Govern'  ment  for  your  protection  and the  Amalgamated Breweries take  every step necessary to meet  the 1^gh standard, requited.  Order C^ristrmas  Special Brews Early  Associated in the Amalgamated Breweries of  British Columbia ate: Vancouver Breweries  Ltd.. Westminster Brewery Ltd., Silver Spring  Brewery Ltd., Raimer Brewing Co. of Canada  Ltd.,; Victor* Phoenix- Brewng Co. Ltd*  This advertisement is not published op displayed by th^ liquor  Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  - ti  Sale  Notes  Every Branch of this Bank  undertakes to handle sale notes*  Youmay discount them or leave  them for safety, and whichever  you do the Bank -will notify the  makers and make collection*  jVou. may he sure that the notes  will receive every attention*   M  IMPER1AJL   BANK  wsstatM  C. W. AIXAN,  OF CAJXAMXfi*.  GRESTON BRANCH,  I&mtoM&et.  ���������!ili,iUJB������WA!������MigM_kMlffll;i^^^  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd  runt?kit n/ncoiT'T-iamtq  9*S  fl'HY O0IC  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An oconomlcal dish, easy to aorvo.  Shamrock Bran* HAM, BACON ana^LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, hi*?*"eat qa&lity.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all vftriotios*  Choicest BEE*, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BVRNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  hieruiuicu vgg production anil produced better poultry.   Buy tbo beat.  iiiiiMiiiiiiawiiiniiw.iiiiiiMmffliiii^  iiWiin^iiliiliU-iiiiiiiiitinitytm  ������iMi  m*im*i*m4j44*mmm  'mmm THEffifpSOT  liilt  iliilGy  ���������������"-*r  ^MSa  inhere is far itior-e^  MAGIC  BAKING POWDER  used in Canada, thati  of -all other brands  -comoirtedl  MADEIN CANADA  NO ALUM  E.W. Gl LLETT CO. LTD  TORONTO,   CAN.  The Commanding Position  '���������* -"��������� "A      ������������������'-���������:'��������� '��������� *    " '- ''" *       -J*  Of Our Agriculture  . By  C.  W.   Peterson ,;.,'���������  'MR..D. O. WOOD  ������������������   . .    %  Who has been    appointed    General  Freight Traffic Manager of the Canadian National ''Railways with headquarters in Montreal.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Joint Stiffness Goes,  Swellings Disappear,  Pain Is Subdued  I loupes built of 'Canadian lumber after a Canadian...pattern are to be given !  h trial in ..England alter several years I  of agitation to this end. The _Lond������on j  county council is the first to try* build- ]  lug Canadian houses luio.  i  Tlie "New York World says nego.i-.i-;  tions for the sale of the Sun and Tele- ;  gram   for approximately $5,000,000 by ]  the Frank O. Munsey estate to a group  ol: men-now publishing ihe papers art-i  about to be closed.    The group* of purchasers is said  to include editors am*.  exccuihcH of lhe  two  papers.  No  Liniment   Gives    Such  Satisfaction As  Universal  Relieves Catarrh  Almost Instantly!!  N.-Jj-nl  ratar:!!   elo__;g;������.<i 'nostrils,.   oh.st.ii**- j  11 to  an-d  aiutojins   head   eol.i.s,   dull licad- !  nclio.s.   I.iiz/.iiifj.     11���������������?.*��������� d     nbi.ses��������� no     matter!  how   \,a<l���������n<.\v   yield   :ihuo.������i   instantly   to '..  Uw   ������itKi/.iiiK   pow<.r  of  (Jet-ro   Wwnivowl I  IJ-ilui.     A  dflifrlHfully   <-1.?hu   and   pleasant" :  ��������� hoiue^t-'eatiuftnt.. positively     harmless    tn'j  l ho   liibst   <l--U''al'o   tissue;;.   Vail   powerful:  '���������iioiiKh , lo,, lueitk   up .roiiKistiou.  allay  in- i  yHanunaiios   ahd   Uill   ...orm..   VvilVmi   a  few !  '.iiiinul ._���������.������.     Your .throat and. uhssi)  iiji:j=*-J������>'._= i  .-ne cl������;tii'ie'd liUe nmfc-ic-.-yruu hj-1-.athe' fret'J.V I  and   ������:-j._=iJy  as   luiiui-ft   jiiti-adod���������-.'jii.J   roar ;  dull <ild   be.-n]   f'/'-ls Hear aud  (.-lean.     -" j  prov*1-    tliiii    this   is   atisoTul.������ly ' I riia.7  NERVILINE  It Is the gieat. penetrating power of  Nerviline Uiat. malce.-\ it so efficient in  overcoming swelling, stiffness, and inflammation. -It rubs into thn very  core of the pain, penetrates qiiicMy  through the tissues, and biings a  warm, comforting relief at once. '*"" No  liniment, compares in pain relieving  power with Nerviline. For 1he minor  pains and ills that arise in every'family, Nerviiine should always be liept  handy on the shelf. -Use it for Rheumatism, Xumbago. Neuralgia and  Colds.      35 cents at all dealers.  i a.I  if) quickly ii*.lrodu������"a? the I rwitnuint to  11.<ju.-t. rats of cat.-irrh .������--iiCferers who need  it .-ill dt-ug'.'-'.'-'ys nrc now aurliOrixed 'id.  supply ������J������-a.:ro IVorni wood l^alm o'.t a .*51 i"i������-t  Kii-'iaiiU'aa of j-wifi und full pathsfactioii  ���������ui- nmtiiy l.jii-l.: No, nuttier ho-iv Jtiany  I tiTit ii������.-ut������ you hav** il.~.-ai wiihoiu svit;-  a-aaj-s - if yon i-eally -wain to be fined, from  .���������:itai-i"h. don't miss this oppori ur.ity to try  '������:.���������.���������!���������(���������) WrtrmwMil������������������������������������J-Jalnv wilhnm ,vlijthtf..������l  iisk of a-ias* ii������������!<;s.a= pleased v-. it li j-.-.siilts. .\  (.ia.'  Lux   wil!   last   fan-  weeks.  An iru-riruinent ������o sensitive ihat it  n-ei.ril.s the nit'-SMige.s rient* U) the  hrain of a 1'ro'j. when the creature's  skip, i* g.-nilv pinched. hn> been In-  rented   by  an   KngUsh   sei**niist.  Watch Your Daughter!  The average person readily, gives, an  intellectual   assent   to   the   statement,  that, agriculture is our basic industry  and the "backbone, ol* tho nation," but  usually without any adequate conception  of the fundamental facts   of Hie  case.    lt.is a'nie**e figure .of,���������speech. It  is,  therefore,  well, to  consider briefly  towhat .extent, agriculture   has   been  responsible for Canada's material pro:  gress.    Forty-One par cent of otusnei  production, in.the last census year was  agricultural; thirly-three per cent wks  manufacturing; and our forests, mines,  fisheries, construction, etc., account for  the remaining    twenty-six    per    cent.  The eight, billions of total agricultural  capital  in .Canada ..represents   36   per  cent of her total available wealth."*".'r-  ban   real   Estate   accounts   for   26   per  eeht, our railway plants, 10 per cent,  forests,   5%   per  cent,  mines,   2t4 .per  cent, .and   nianufacturhig   equipment,  2% percent -  It will thus"'he" "clear that Canada's  agriculture looms up as the largest  single factor in"lier economic life,  and the farmers' all the largest group  of domestic cpafsunief.-?, consequently  exercising.a commanding influence in  the general business conditions of the  country. "One-third of all revenue  freight carried by our railways originated on the farm and another .third at  least, was represented in carrying  J commbdaiiies of all kinds bach to the  farm and the agricultural raw material to and fro. The Canadian, farm not  alone*-feeds the nation, but exports on  such a tit-ale that credits are availblc.  to balaiice bui* interhational^obligations  and create a favorable* trade balance.  Besides the-*" .millions of farm ��������� workers -directly engaged in producing,  there-are olher .millions earning their  living by performing work connected  with supplying the implenRjiits, tools,  shoes, clothing etc., for-Mlie farmer,  with -the manufacture of raw material  originating on the farm and. the distribution .and., transportation of such  commodities. Who is bold enough to  attempt. Correctly 1o estimate the  economic 'importance ol* agriculture in  a country "like Canada ? It is perhaps |  we'll' within the mark to assert that]  at least .SO per cent of Canada's total';  population,- in every walk of life, cle- j  pend absolutely on her agriculture, 03-1  rectly  or  indirectly. ;  These  are     imposing    figures     and j  -Known  Home yBuilder  Quic^ To*Health  Victim   ofNervous   Indigestion,   Loss   of   Sleep  and  intolerable Pain, Father of 8 Children, Pinds Loligr-  Soiight Relief.   Strength Restored^ Praises Tanlac.  : Joseph 'A;*- Briihet, , a    well-knewn  Montreal    building    contractor,    20S5  | Boyer Street, saj's: "Tbe "brawn, mu's-.  | cle and. splendid health of the strongest man wiirbreak under the strain of  modern living. J"  *"I  was    suffering '*��������� untold    agonies  when I began    taking.   Tanlac.      My  strength had vanished. I,couldn't work  efficiently, I    couldn't    enjoy    life    as  other men did.    I had lost weight and'  was wracked, by knit'e-like pains:.  ' 'I was completel y dis couraged������ when  Taifilac was recommended to me and I  took  it.     I  recommend  it  to   anyone  ^-1-./-.   iX ���������ti?..���������  .������ .*v^     j _^    aiii.at^, '  ; ''.This tonic worked, -Wonders with  me. Quickly my old strength returned.;- i? began 'foihaye a 'great appetite  and; ate ^vjerythingy without "a sigh of  pain. Once more I knew what it was  to have a good. nigH't**s*/sl'9/ep.^'^la,E  certainly put me on nty feet, made me  stronger and gave me better health  ,than 1 have had in' j-ears."  ���������* Tanlac nsuallj.*;banishes pain. Conquers ailments and builds up strength  in famished bodies. It relieves the system of poison caused by constipation  and sluggish liver. It is nature's own  remedy made from roots, barks and  t^i'hs -according., to the famous Tan-  lac^foriniila. y  '." ^aSiiish sickness from your life and  enjoy the benefits of golden health.  Begin taking Tanlac. The first hot tie  usually brings results that, will surprise you. Ask yotir druggist for Tanlac���������today!  PS  Ky*  KA  Ky4  &  KA  KA  K^  Why Some Candy  Doesn't Sell  Qualify  candy often finds a slow- sale shnply' because it  looks "cheap.''    Inferior wraps discourage sales.    But the   Ap-'"'  pleforG. \yrap.s win Hew customt?*s.  The richness -of butter scotch shows through the transparency of Appleford wraps. Kisses are more tempting in Apple-  ford's tlurable twisting tissue. Caramels look more ������������������attractive,  in' ihe Appleford's neat-folding wraps. The slight extra cost  is a good investnient.     '  CX?M PAW V XdMtTBP  X/UnOLTON, CANADA.  WESTERN AGENCIES  f  Pacific Waxed Paper Co. U*est������rn Waxed Paper. Co.  320 Uavlc Sit. Vancouwr 2������0 McDevmoU Ave. "Winnipeg  Hunter Mflrrtin & Co.   Regina  ***>  *2*  *c?  _^  *d*  -^  "^  ������*"  *������*  ^  i^N  Kyi  ���������s^  ts^"  K*  K/<  KA  KA  ^ff^^^^TSr^m^^^^-^^X^^^^^^^  Pictures Regular Ah; Service  Across The Atlantic  Gives  Head of    Ship    Building:    Firm  Warning  to Ship Owners  Predictions that in     20 yeai's  -Time  should load thinking men to speculaie j there will h������: a regular service of air-  on the possible performance of Canadian agriculture were we in the hap imposition where more than a mere  fringe of* our agricultural area was  on a producing basis. It", Tor instance,  we were .producing on even one hair  of our arable lands, instead of only  one sixth, granting a fairly balanced  population, all our' present 'economic  problems would vanish over night.  The time is ripe for bringing such a  situation about. We'have the undeveloped natural resources,' the markets  are there, we only noed the man-power to complete' ihe circle. And'ihat  i.s purfy a mat lor of intelligent, bu.sines-"  organization. ���������  To have the children sound and  healthy is the first caro of a mother,  Thoy cannot be hoaUliy if troubled  with worms. l'se Mollier Craves"  Worm Exterminator.-*  .'-Ulil.-iuil  On*.���������-'-nr.  a*-."  _"i1r.*i. '<--n  nrJtc   I'fa M-riptir.ri  fa  nervine   tl'iat  ran   be  p;irl    while    grov.-itiu  V.'h"Vi   I   '"'1   in  'li'*  to   (iV*. **ln->,    I     >.���������,;;���������-    \<-V_.     *"������- *  l.ecaiili'  -'<   Dii'.i.us   I   riiiiM   I  I     w.Vi    lint    lihlc    tu    "lt''*p,  |J,-|il)   a       ill)   '.I        lit'-       I'"    '<        .'H'.'l       !  ���������<"'  vi'i'v   i i '.-<���������'*     \\ '���������-.il:  l.:d\-   \\ !i������*vc    1    \a.  |,,tt!i-    f.f    Dr.    !'i< :-rf----,    |--  ���������.iTiplia.ii,   iiikI   liy   tile   linn.*  il    i    .. .1 ,   j't.<.'Ii.*.*.-   I'.t'.''.   vr.y  Pl-r-f'.i   FnV-  tin* h'-j-t tmiic ntKl  given   It-   a  younj-;  inlo    \*,(>niaii!i<i.i-f.  1.,-M   '��������� ',,<���������{���������<���������   I   Iwi-an  ��������� I  ini-  iyi'1  v ��������� i"lit   ami   i|i*vj"l<.|������fi|  ii.itur.ill'.     .'<.*;<I     ne, er  ir-a.i-M-*."-- Mf.*������.  Sfiuly  \:.>y Ave.  .\uy di-ir^ More,  nr '^ikI I���������'<" to I )t*.  in  lirid^cbiu'^, UiU  *J"  talili-'l.-i  I'icri**-' s   I  ia.u' tritil  in  .1.     I  .till,  jcvcrc  \*. a i"  The  mc  a  Prc-  l.'ll'C'-l  ..,_,,, :<    ,_,_��������� I. J. (.  .*: .    i'i  ..Tnanhu'jil  li";','        I'll'.���������!'������.:  I;<> Kalian- Ji'.'tri'f*  ..-il.-.r:������toi-y  l'l:il������  -at      -1  liad  ���������|-.lhil".  ���������',   K"'t  i virile  i   luei  Simplicity  oF Line  for  School   Day3  l*'laiiiH*l   sliow's   u|j   smiinly   I'or  this  fr-*''... in :i  two-tone i*ombituition.   H is  a  Hi|>- ua <*r jiiimI-"1, wllh the .skin  Ironl, ���������-  puck.-i and Peter Pan collar in a plaid .  ��������� It'.'i.mn.   T.nng   uh eves   .slightly   full   at!  'he *A?i-i   are g*iih<'i*e<-, hitJi hnnd cuffs.'  The   Intel.   Is,   plain   :iirrl  a   nnrrow  belt'.  ties   iii   the  cfnWo  hack,   Tlie   patient'  Is  [H rfoi-'.teil  for low  round  neck and j  short  .*-le<aves flni"hed villi cuffs.    Any ���������  of ihe- li'.*,liii r wei|>-hi   woolen nrntorials ,  eoiilil   vi'   ehosen   for   I'tock   No.   KI'H), '  uhieli is in sl/.e.- S, in, .12 and '!���������! years. [  f-'l.a-  in r.-"|tiirns ''���������"������������������;  yards 't'J.-iiicli mail : hil,     20 cents. ������ ;  <nu-   Fitiiliion   Uoolc,   lllsui liil Ing   Ihcj  ii.-'A.-i   and   nife-Jl   |ii*!iet lenl   slyles,   will!  i,..   ui    ini'i*esi    lo   cvi-ry   home   drr'SR-'  S,, i U.. I-      I'l'ii e of Ilie bo-ili   Hi  renin the  '���������'���������ii-..     .  First   fai'iner���������*  going   So   charge*  shower yosft-rday  Rocond Fa nilt*i  that's what thoy  fcr a ruiny day."  ''I'liai*.   rainmnker    is  us. $1,000 ; i'or   IhiiI  V  ��������� ���������Il'm.  mean  by  I  suppo.-a-1 c.v  aving up! -  craft, either Zeppelins or aeroplanes,  between North America and ^Europe,  and that a regular time table woul-ijb:  be in use, were* made by Sir Alfred  Yarrow, Bart., founder of the ship  building firm of Yarrow, and Company,  Ltd., Glasgow. Sir Alfred took  occasion to express a -.yarning to -shlp-  owners that the time will come when  people will liy across the Atlantic, ant1,  believed that the shipowner does not  fully realize what will take place with  regard to the competitor he will encounter with air transportation. Passengers desirous of crossing the Atlantic in a night and two dny.s will cm-  j ploy that method instead of inking  ', last steamers.  !     "I very milch doubt, as things shind  j nt,  present,  if  it,  is  a good, policy   to j  \ build "vessels  of the  maximum  speed j  I obtainable,  for it is extremely probu- I  1 ble  that vessels  capable  of doing  20 i  ' knots, toglher with air transport, will  | afford tho ������������������moans of transportation for  j tho  future."  the well-known HhinbuiId-  Spoiling-.Precious Stones  As pearls consist of carbon-ate o C  lime, vinegar and other acids w*ill  eat: aw-ay the polished, surface in a  short time. Hot water is fatal to an  opal, destroying its fire and sometimes  causing it to crack. Soap is a deadly  enemy of the turquoise. If^a turquoise  ring is kept on the hand while washing, in a short time the blue stones  will turn to a- dingy green.  :   BBy  NIGHT  JI*     MORNING 6-1  KEEP   YOUR  EYES  CLEAN   CLEAR AMD   HEALTHY  ���������chut* aor.jH4.-m.rn ty* caivi. z\oor.- miijuni co.cutcAOoxs*  High in Food Value; Low in Cost  j Ask Your Grocer for our Famous  Sardine Cook Book.   It is FREE.  declared.  For  C0L8C AH0 CRAMPS  PAINS IN THE STOMACH  Tiiere's Nothing Equal's  How To Order Patterns  Adffrcfa-!    Wliinlpe-j NiiWKpnpor ITlilon.  17*>   M-*r>������-rmot   Ave,   Wtnnlp--jir  Pattern .No Slz������,  ��������� *��������� ��������� ���������  ���������*���������*$ m ���������  !      Externally or internally, It Is Good.���������  ��������� When applied i^xternally hy brisk rubbing, Dr, Thonms* Klectric Oil opens  the  poreg  and   penetrates   tho   IIhsuo,  ' touching the 5-r-iit of the trouble and  immodiately aft'ording relief, Adinlnis-  : toted internally, it will still tho irritation in the throat which induces coughing and will relieve tiffed ions of the  lironcliiiil uibos and respiratory organs.    Try  it and bo convinced,  Ilo*. Ah, darling, ns wo fit. logetlior  under th������ fiproadfng branches of this  noble iron, 1 declure on my honor that  you nro tho only girl I ever loved*  She: You always Hi\y such appropriate- HiinRs. Paul. This Ih n cltoMnut  l r (���������������������������>.-- Tit -111 Is, London.  A Sour Stomach  Causes bad breath, gassy pains.  coated tongue and "belching."  These miseries aurely relieved by  B^jBB_______flpyj3?(} H^sCr  5     fi 1j35rBw 1S  Easy���������Plca������ant~Effective-~25c  J  C  For  nil  pains-  Mlnard's  Liniment.  Intel money  v.  i ������������������(-.  Nam*  Town  * . . *-m  Tt Im-t boon tu ubo for over R0  y������-|������r**; i<������ tuition in jihumiuit, rapid,  rclinble ninl ������iT������'etuiil, and relief  romcH (iroiiiptly.  -"iJiiii'i   iici*t<jit.  h   anbt-titute."  Tlio K*M������uiiio in put up only by Tlm  T. Milburu Co., lumitod, Toronto, Ont,  lie fmusingly)���������1 wish 1  enough lo Ko(. married.  Sho <���������:<>!������ ly)- What, would you do?  He Td buy niywljf an autontoblln.  CAN YOU USE $250.00 CASH  BEFORE CHRISTMAS?  Kimi thi*" timo-iut In your Rpnrn tlm<*  pnllhiK NOOAR CLOTH ING���������FiultH or Top  iJoat*--~$l4.00. l*'nU Price*. Mudo fiom  NOOAR PATENTED CLOTH that Is Wilier, l"'h"o and Knag H������Hli������toiit.. Villi prmo  iidvt. SnturtlHy Kvonhig Post, Sopt, -"."i.  AVrltu ut once to Nob'ju* Olothlnir "'o,,  Vuneouvor, II.  '*. .   ��������� I. ��������� '"'    ."HII". I   ,.'������M , .HI   .'..l.'"!..  '    I'M'  ^"^^.^''^"."'"J.'^^':", "'" "'  EXTRA' MONBY-THfS FALL  in fljmrc or full tlmo taking orders for  "Imperial Art" Xmas Grouting Cards.  $100.00 easily named in a month. Liberal comminution. Sanip.lo book freo,  BRITISH   CANADIAN  W WclllnQton  St., Weet.  - - Toront*--.  i  The population of    India    is    Ihn jo  tlim-.*; thin, of ilie Vnli-d Wlnies*.  * ^   Feet sore?���������Minard's   Liniment.  Sfl.VKR  Ijiirgi  FOXES   croaLo  gofl, Bumntei'.side,  forLune.H.-  -*rMB new rnnwoM naMrov. wo.t  WT HERAPIONn������.������  {*������. i tor m'tUU- OMurh. Mo.Tfor ������lr,oA ������  Ehin tiTmm7mm������TV^������U������CmMntmW**.hns*s*.m  SMS bv lakdlut CMSUiSt*. m* r.lutm tuatl firaii-.  I.������Ll_Cl!;**ctf.^C-.U������"-������rilBcliF_l.n\V.I.I.D������������-  I  ' 4  A  a^ll-Wla-IWWI-IIIWMIlWI-WI^  mmm%%mm%%*wmmm y  /  THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    O  -*SA  WiO Not Reduce Pensions  STOVE  J2!e&������  New   Regulation   Extends   the   Princi-  ���������.'... pie of the Ir-jreducible Minii-num  No further reduction will be made  ���������in the pensions  of  less  than 50  per  cent., providing that during treatment  the presence of   active   disease    was  definitely established.   This announcement was made  recently hy the Dominion headquarters of the Tubercular  Veterans' Association, following negotiations-with the board of pension commissioners. Last spring the hoard conceded   the   justice   of   an   irreducible  minimum pension of 50 per cent, for  tubercular veterans" in receipt of that  amount or over.    The new regulation  extends the .principle of tlie irreducible minimum rate of pension, to those  | in receipt of less than 50 eer^ cent. ,  jgmggg^fcwta^  Mothers Treat Colds  The New^irecfWay  No Longer Necessary to ���������'bose" -fcliil--  drca With Iniernal Meciicinea to  y:y Break:;_GoI*d*i.  : Children's digestions .are easily up-  setTfcry too much  /'dosing." Vicks  VapoRub being externally applied,  does not upset little  Stomachs.  At the first sign of  croup, sore throat,  or any other cold trouble, apply Vicks  freely. There is nothing to swallow���������  you just "rub it on." '  Cree ZiMtujox J&rs U$*i6 YeAttvr  Published by arrangement with  .First   National   Pictures,   Inc.  ���������-; (Goutinued.) ���������  CIIAPTBIl XVI  Joanna's   Debut  It is only in the great capitals of the  world that one may witness, or participate in, a gathering such as Yvonne  ���������Coutant delighted occasionally to preside over in her town house off the  Avenue. They are not uncommon in  Paris where a Prince of India may at  any time transform a miniature palace  in the Bois into, an exotic fairy land.  tor a wild, barbaric fete. They were  brilliant punctuations in the Bohemian  calendar of old Vienna, and in "London, occasionally, a rampant beauty,  perhaps a mannequin newly married  to a duke, or a young duchess divorced  from one, will celebrate by turning  one night into enough extravagance to  keep May fair gossiping for a month.  in America they are rarely accomplished. The; demimondaine of Paris  and the diplomat from London are  not accustomed to ignoring the barrler  between them when occasion arises. It  is an extraordinary hostess, in America, who can successfully bring together all grades of society, not rich and  pdbr, so much, as tha good and the  not so-good. ^  Yvonne Coutant -was one of these.  She had no scruples when she opened  her house, as to who came into it. She  demanded "only beauty, external grace,  and a willingness to be an appropriate  picture for the.-,shining, golden .frameI  she provided.      7  "One simply cannot afford, not tc*- be  in on one. of Yvonne's affairs," Mrs.  Ih-ownley-Smith, of the Polo crowd,  repeatedly said. "One's husband is  sure to be there, and so is his favorrlte  of the moment.' I always.go in order  to discover who Tom's loving now. It's  the only way I nave of checking up  on the fluctuations of his taste.7 . ""  "Yvonne's own latest former husband. Alfred Coutant;" the novelist,  never missed her entertainments. T  get at least four chapters from every  one of them,* he would' explain. 'She's  awfully good to let roe come���������sort of  jolly like, ypu^ know." "  So it was that an interesting company moved- about. among the roseB  and lilies and- daffodils that filled  every corner    of the spacious house  WOMAN GOULD  jiftRDlY WALK  Mrs. Horn Tells  how Lydia E������  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  Restored Her Health  Hamilton.Ont.���������-''I bave taken Lydia  K. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound  | and would not bo  w ith out it now.  I had a female  trouble ao badly I  could hardly walk  and I was all rundown and could  hardly pjet around  to do my housework. I would be  in bed three or  four day's at a  time. 1 was told  ���������.  by a friend to try  J-our" Vegetable Compound. I did, and  iy the time 1 Look two LoLtlca I wad  beKinn'npr to get around again. 1 tool-  ten, bottles in all, and now I am all  right again and doing my own work.  I have ttix grown-ups to work for, bo  1 have plenty lo do. I also used Lydia  tt. Pinkham's. Saniitive Wash, and I  think it is good. But I owe my health  to tho Vegetable Compound, and I  think if more of il wan lined women  would Ixi better <*IT. "I would not bo.  without it if it cost much moro."���������  Mrt-. Ni'i-MF. IIoux, 28 St. Matthews .  Avennn, Hamilton, Ontario.  Bo ymufucl broken down, nervous  and weak aoni-stimes? Lydia 15. PSnfc-  ham'a Vegetable t'omprmnd im execl-  lent to take at *"u<*h a 1 line. It nlwnyti  bclria, and it taken regularly nnd per-  ���������iutcntly, will relieve this condition, c  \\\  N*.   I".   HMO  with fragtant baskets of thick, flaming  carnations   relieving  the   paleness   of  the throats of women.    And so it W'as  that Joanna stood, arms outstretched  that  she  might realize  tlie  line   and  symmetry of them, before the long mir-  ror=inher dressing room, upstairs. The  slim.-body--.of her's was vibrant with  memories  of  the, day  and eagerness  for the night.   In her eyes were all-the  ecstacies.     Strewn ^around   her -were  the things from the shops���������more gorgeous   ^things    from    more    gorgeous  shops than she, alone, ever could have  discovered.   It was from them she had  made her choice���������or Yvonne hadmade  it for her���������-and she stood, before the  glass,  a  soft,   mellow vision  of  lace  and chiffons fashioned by deft fingers  and cunning brains to emphasize that  beauty of girlhood that only a sculptor  could display more alluringly or frank-  .ly.    On tha dressing table before her  wejre , spread    the    souvenirs    of   "an  hoiu  with Yvonne in the great jewelry'store; wristlets of diamonds, rubles  and  sapphires;   necklets  of platinum  chains, .as   thin  as  the   sheernessyoi'  lingerie,  with ' shining gems  in  their  delicate pendants.  From all of these Yvonne ha da chosen a single ornament, a i-ope of shimmering pearls that wound ohce around  the slender, pertly poised neck.  "Miss Twenty-seven of the Silks"  had completed her transition and  awaited her summons into the magic  world below���������the magic world where  money bought a smile or a kiss bought  pearls like hers.  While Joanna stood before her mirror,, Andrew Eggleston sat at tho long  curved, tabic in the sombre-toned library of his houso���������which was not of  the  Avenue, but still  on it, stubborn  ghost of tho days when  tho Avenue  was jealous of    its    exclusive    rank.  Joanna's eyes caressed the loveliness  her mirror roflocted: n loveliness that  eultouilzod,  as Jn_ alabaster  dust,  all  the pretenses of her kind.    Her toes  tjiigled  with   lhe  promise  of  adven-  turoH.    Dim pi em danced their provocation   nhouL her  mouth.    Through'tho  filmy web  of chiffons youthful limbs  mocked at.  tho    cimnlngnofss   of   tho  couturier's; mask of them; gold brown  hair, hugged close to the restless head,  delicately arched eyebrows shaped a������  only a painter could conceive them���������  lips   und   arms      and   bare   shoulders  tnntle ***. rn-M-v'-"!*'".'. en*-1** ratal** of entire-  mc-nl.  Andrew- KgRh-eton, In the heavy library room, also eyed a vision���������alno  Ilie flgrure of a girl, and of Jonuna'a  age -but of a long time ngo/ The girl  tho banket- watched looked down ut  him, from a canvas, held in ita luaa-  idve frame over the great fireplace.  Thvre w������s������ no dancing lu her eyes, hue  a.-* wistfulness  that  seemed   to   reach  out to the man who gazed, like a quavering beam  of mellow radiance.  The  lips were blood red, - and    full,    and  shaped, for a kiss, but chey. were not  scarlet,   nor  voluptuous.    They  were  as if there   was no such a thing as. a  lip stick.    The hah- was brown, shimmering, ^ as  Joanna's, but it was  not  bobbed-:���������but piled in glorious opulence.  The banker, who would have been  young when this girl in the gold frame  was   young,   passed   his   hand   across  his brow, to break a spell with which  the girl in. the painting encompassed  him.    Then his attention fell to hits  of  paper  spread before him like  the  jewels on    Joanna's    dressing    table.  One by  one' he  picked them up and  read them���������read the cancelled checks  -which signified the purchases Joanna  had made that day, checks that had  been hurriedly cashed    so    the    girl  might take her purchases  away with  her.    They totalled thousands, many  thousands, &t the .jewelry store alone  Joanna Irad spent more than a tenth  of lier million dollars. It was all totalled in the cancelled checks.  "The play begins! It Is to be a comedy, afterall*'"  It was said quietly, evenly, * but  there was just a nuance in the tone  that might- have been repressed, exultation. The speaker stood behind  the banker, a figure in faultless evening clothes, silk hatted, white gloved.  About his lips played tlie wraith of a  smile���������a cynical smile. In his eyes  there was amusement. Just at that moment an^anoieht butler appeared at  the library door and spoke: ).'  "Your. car  has   arrived,  Mr/ Brandon/*       ".- " --7   ���������'  ,  Eggleston   started.     "You. will   be  seeing her, tonight, then?" he  asked  calmly.  "Yes. She will be plunged into the  abyss tonight, by her .new friend,  Yvonne Coutant. She will swim like  a sinuous mermaid through the sordid.  senses of half a score of old men  whose lips she'U moisten with pie  sight other, and half a hundred noting  men who will make wagers a.s to  which will be first to break her. The  end is in sight tonight."  Eggleston did. not reply for a moment. He raised his glance again to  the girl -u the painting. Then he said,  heav ily:  "Still*;-I'd like to see her���������here, in,  this room. Arrange, some - way, to  bring her tomorrow."  Brandon bowed * slightly, and wont  otit of the room and to his car which  waited at tho curb. He gave his order  briefly:    '"to. Miss Cbutant's."  Meanwhile'. Joanna, before her mlr-  "Youwill be something of/a sensation, tonight, my dear!" the older woman exclaimed, when Joanna ' had  Xvalked across the room, and had  whirled and stood, still for her inspection. "Joanna was much too happy to  ���������reply. .- 7  Yvonne's .^appearance among her  guests was the signal for dancing to  begin���������also for the breaking down of  all barriers built Jby formalities. Women who had gathered ,in y stiff little  groups to discuss bthejt women or the  escapades of other women were sw&i>t  away to their first dance and their  first drink and the first round of their  preferred flirtations. The big drawing  room had^been made'"into a dancing  robrn. In the winter garden the only  .lights were flickering lanterns hidden  .among the foliage. Great palms made  screens across corners, of the drawing  and sitting rooms, and in the hall*  ways. "Yvonne," said Mrs, Brownley-  Smith, "knows thaf ' two j peoplesafiever  ���������*"     ~ ~"^*L  have to fumble for conversation when  /they're hidden behind palms."  ("Fo -be continued)  Harvesters From Ireland  of  Sir    James-    Craig     Has    Visions  Countrymen Coming to Canada  to  Garner Western Crop  Visions of Irishmen coming to Can-  fvada to help garner the grain crop of  Western Canada and returning to their  native land at the end of the season,  was conjured    b5r    Sir   James    Craig,  Prime Minister of Ulster, in an interview at Winnipeg.  Sir James declared, that he was--not  in favor of state assistance in making  such an* arrangement possible.  'Tintend to. discuss with those fully  acquainted with  the  subject whether  it would be possible to place the mat-  'ter upon    a    sound    economic,   basis  whereby  immigrants  would   come   in  as free men, working their  passages  right through tb the  scene of  operations  and returning home with  sufficient wages- in their pockets to justify  t their adventure into this magnificent  j part   of  the   Empire,"   Sir  James  explained.  Sir James confessed himself deeply  impressed with agricultural methods  in Canada, and the extent to which lt  is being carried on. - There were small  prospects, however, of intensive  movement of immigrants from Ireland at the px-ebeht" time, he thought.  Dressing Cliildren  no Problem Now!  It  doesn't cost   much   to   keep   the  youngsters dressed in all the pretty colors of the "season! Buy less, sew less���������  and    Diamond     dye     their     dresses,  waists, blouses,  etc.  Home dyeing is easy. It's lots of fun.  The results are perfect, -when yoii use  real dye.   Right oyer other colors^ any  . kind of material, "in   an  hour's time!  Keep  your  own  clothes in  stjle, too, -  by making  them  the   newest   shades.  Also, the" drapes and hangings in your  ���������"���������'home.  FREE' for the asking, at any drug-  store: tlie Diamond Dye Cyclopedia,  full of suggestions, with easy directions. See actual piece-goods color  samples. Or write for free illustrated  book Color Craft to DIAMOND  DYES, Dept N10, Windsor, "Ontario.  Make U NEW foit 15 cf*'/  Still quenclies thirst,  cools the -parcHed  throat and by its/ delightful flavor and  refreshment resto*ccs"  the- joy ofclife,      c0&  AStex Eve-ty Meal  Grow_.h of Wheat Pool Movement  "Less  than  thre'e'years  ago,"  says  The  Kansas Farmer    (Satina,   Kan.).  "The  Canadian wheat pooling  movement was started.    Today more than  half the production of Canadian wheat  farms is marketed in an orderly way  a   co-operative   organization  the lookout for a    remedy    which    is} tliat is rapidly developing the power,  efficient and at the same time absolute-  THOUSANDS OF MOTHERS  USE NO OTHER MEDICINE  Babyy's Own Tablets Are the Ideal  ���������Remedy for Babies and Young  Children  Canadian mothers are noted for the  care they give their little ones���������the  health of the baby is most jealously  guarded and the mother is airways on i through  ly safe. Thousands of mother's haypr  found such a remedy in Baby's Own  Tablets and many of them use nothing else for the ailments of their little ones. Among them is Mrs. Howard King, ol! Truro, N.S., who says: ���������  "I can strongly recommend Baby's  Own Tablets - to mothers of young  children as I know_of nothing to equal  them for little ones."  'Baby's Own Tablets    are    sold    by  medieine  .cent  Medicin  the means, and the knowledge, necessary to secure profitable prices to  farmers."  The Man With Asthma.���������Almost,  longs for death to end his suffering.  He sees ahead only years of end.less  torment with intervals of rest which  are themselves fraught with never  ceasing fear,of renewed attacks.    "Let  ror. waited to be summoned to the old.  men and the young men, nntl their  young women and old, downstairs.  Yvonno appeared in the doorway.  Tho younger girl gave a little gasp  when sho saw her. In contrast to  tho soft whito tones of Joanna's gown,  Yvonne's was a shining black velvet  "tliat clung to tho curve of her figure  like u sheath, giving her vulcanite  and uijcovorod back shone bold-ly arid  hair its complement. Hor Hhoulders  gllsLening whito.  a thing of the past.  . i"1^^ ijfii]**^*Kif*a������������jf*te������ faf������f!'l*������*5-'*in f *"* ai^j4������-������r'a������_rti*���������-ai*i,ia,i'ii-* - -1 -"*���������-��������� 1 ������:; f  DOBDS   .>.  KIDNEY-  ������������������--��������� I ���������:''i-������'''-ia;V.iraJKi>*-.*'v--*<*^ ���������"  KJDNEJ  THE P.  A merry heart   ntaketh   a   cheerful  countenance.���������Prov. xv. 13.  Why not take life with cheerful trust  i  With faith In the strength of weak- j  ness?  The slenderest daisy rearn its head  With courage and with meekness.  A sunny race  Hath holy grace  To woo the .mm forever.  ���������Mary- Atapes Dodge.  It is pnrt of my religion to look well  after the cheerfulnesses of life, aud  let the dismals shift for themselves,  believing with good Sir Thomas  More that it is wiso to be "Merrle in  Ood."���������Louisa May Alcoti,  I do not know any way so sure of  making others happy as of being ������*e  one's ttolf.���������Sir Arthur Helps.  Accused (just acquitted, to counsel) : Thanks awfully, old man. What  on earth should I have done without  you? ' ���������  Counsel:   Oh,  about  five years.���������  If  au  ph'tco hi  long.  employee   doesn't   know   bis  need  no1   f-:c*".n"-ct  lo krep   it  Hollow ay's Corn Remover takes iho  corn out by the roots. Try it and prove  It  Back pay is usually Blow about coming to the front.  WMnnrd'8 Liniment for chapped handa.  Hard, Red Pimples Broke  Out Cuticura Heals.   oi-   -���������������������������-      I       n.l  i.  " My trouble waft caused by eat������  ing ia*p|HcM. My Lice began 6*j btoai;  out with pimples that were hard  nnd red at "hat and then (festered  ������nd scaled over. They spread oil  over my face making it very aore.  After the scales came off my face  would burn and smart terribly.  "' I used evcrythln-j 1 could think  of without any b-'uefa. A -friend  recommended Cuticura Soup and  OinttKcnt ao 1 pufc.li*s.cd sti-inc, wnd  In Four weeks I waa healed, after  u&inc two cakes <of Soap and o-ie  box of Ointment.'" (Signed) Mra.  EtflthBrown, 37 Fottney PL, Barse,  Vt.. Sept  "24, 1C������25.  Rely on Cuticura Soap, Ointi-ient  and Tiilcurr. la heap your skl:n clear.  ���������i.mtu^l. l_au.lt t**4 \g itiii.    AvlJr<-t_i <"oi'.������.li������'i  Il>������-o':  "������w������V*������������������. tut- UaaurMO-*  IVIr". Sa>������p  ���������Mo. OI������trn������������it US and fcX. l*������.ln������m ?.<-.  MMM*" f"i������K^������ra* _%t_a.v*amw Slick .J.I.C.  t.  . m in. - .in..  . ��������� || THE  CRESTON  iNOW IS THE TIME TO  ]\������AKE YOUR  Christmas Cakes  and  We have just received a full assortment of this  season's 'Dried Fruits, Shelled Nuts. Peels, and all  Glace and Crystallized Fruits, of the finest, quality  we could procure.  When doing your every-day or Christmas shopping try  the Co-Op. first���������you will save time and money.  Cheese, Bacon,  Cottage .Rolls  Picnic Hatns^of finest quality  TRY US FOR FLOUR AND FEED.  FAIR PRICES.  The cash intake at tire Creston office  of Wie provincial police f->r November  was just a little better than $200, of  which amount $135 was for hunting  licences. There were, no police -court  revenues.  Creston Valley Go-Operative Assn.  Stores at CRESTON & ERICKSON  8 Jersey Cow For Sale���������4 year old  Jersey cow;- purebred, freshens in  January, or will winter with reliable  party until May. Also, mare, work  double, single .or SJtddle.  man. Canyon.  spruce will be utilised. .About a million pint cups will be required for the  prospective 1927 berry crop in the  Valley and lake points.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid ywere  favored \vith: a generous patronage .fit  the^anmial bazaar with tea. and other  refreshments on Saturday afternoon  at the Parish Hall, at which the  proceeds to tailed $200.  Mr. and Mrs. Murray of Kincardine,  Ontario are Creston visitors this week,  arid are guests of Mr..and H. S. McCreath.    Mr. Murray  is  a  brother of  Shareholders of Creston Reclamation* Company. Limited, have received  notices of the annual meeting to be  held on Monday night, December 6tn,  ja.fc 8 o'c.ock. Every shareholder  Jas. Bate- should be present, as the new board of  directors will^have to be chosen with  a view to getting men who can handle  the dyke construction work. C. O.  Rodgers, C. F. Hayes, K. B, Staples,  Geo. Johnson and C. W. Allen are the  retiring executive.  '*  ni.  *  *  *  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  P.O. Box76  Anglican Church Services  "a "- SUNDAYj DEC. S]'-J-*",*;  SIRDAR���������8 and 10.30  a.m.    Sunday  School 0.45. ; -7  CANYON���������3.00 p.m.  CRESTONW"f:S0  *  CHRISTMAS!  CHRISTMAS!  VICTOR ORTHOPHONICS  $115.00, $160.00, $200.00, $365.00���������easy terms.  Toys,   China,   Novelties,   Kodaks,   Perfume  Fancy Sets,   Silverware  SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS  !*���������  >*  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  GEO. H. BLE"L.:*LiY  J*  Local and Personal  T������������ys and -8-day clocks on sale at V.  Mavvson's.  For Sale���������Baby s=leigh  $3 50.    Enquire Review Office.  Wanted���������One    small    phonograph  Victrola.   Creston Drug & Bonk Store.  For Sale���������No.  10  separator,    in    good  Bros.. Creston.  DeL.aval   cream  shape.      Boffey  For Sale���������5-room house on two  aci������*s of land, in Burton Addition. J.  Adlard, Creston.  Have yon seen tbe ladies' and chil-ls'  new Pyroxolowl hs-ir brush, cnmbiind  mirror*sets at V. .Mnwuori's.  For Sale���������Two lots. Nos. ������ nn������l 10*  Block 525, below C.P.R. st si tion.    No  "When in need of Christmas presents  call on V, Mawson. He has a veiy  good selection to pick from.  For Sale���������Practieally new incubator. 60-egg capacity, $10, brooder  included.    Enquire Review Office,  W-. C. Collins has just arrived   from  Salmon  Aim to   assume   thia post of.  cashier at the Bank of Commerce.  Up till the first of the moni.tn twenty trapping licenses have been issued  at tbe Creaton office of the provincial  police.  Miss M. McCaslin of Cranbrook was  a weekend visitor with Creston fiiends  the gnes-t of her sister, Mrs. H.  McLaren.  on a trip to B.C. poiuts.      . , ���������  Trinity United Church Ladies' ������id  are hoping none will overlook, their  annual bazaar and sale of home cooking, etc.. ^vhich will be held in the  church basement on the afternoon of  Saturday, December 11th.  Bargains���������Three S.C. Rhode Island  Red cockerels, 309-egg pedigree, $3.00  each.       White Leghorn March cocker-j  els, $5 each.    If you  have any clean]  Alfalfa Leaves my price will interest  you,    Don. Bradley. Creston.  Creston Curling Club has its annual  meeting on Wednesday night, Decem-  ber8th at 8 o'clock. All intending  members are asked to pay the $12^0  fee on or'before that date so they can  vote at the election.of officers.  The official reports show that since  the middle of August Creston has heen  favored with a rainfall of ten incher.  The moisture has penetrated to &  depth pf-five feet or more even on sod  ground, and the rain is still coming.  *  The ladies are reminded Of Christ  Church Ladies' Guild'hn'ssaar, withi^sale  of candy and serving of afternoon tea  ���������Cafeteria seyle at the Parish Hall on'  Saturday afternoon, December 4tb,  from 3 to 5.30.    The admission is free.  "���������"a- . *"���������  The mild weather of the pafct. week  has heen Just to the liking of the curling clnb which has: had the scrapers  at work levelling up theli-ink site, and  work of erecting the rink" building is  now under way under the "direction  of M.  J, Boyd.  Creston and district Women's Institute have their December meeting  on Friday next.^ The ladies will decide  the dates for the monthly at homes  for " niembers . and their husbands  whieh are likely to be a feature of the  winter social activities.  Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Staples and Mr.  and Mrs. Alf. Palmer were visitors at  Nelson during the wepk. having been  called to that city due to the illness  and death of M. R. Palme.-*, a former.  resident of Eriekson who but;" a few  'weeks ago h.-id moved to Nelson, to  -reside.  SThe Rodgers box factory will next  season use local timber for the make  of veneer from Which the strawberry  and raspberry cups are manufactured.  If it is at all   feasible   cotton wood   or  OeForesi & Crosiejf  1  J������ THAT LATEST. OF RADiO  mmmmi^mm^mmm~*m^m^^^**^m^m^^^mmmm^m^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmym4^m*^^*s^m&mm^m^m^m^m^*^s^^* **  _ '"***--  Installed in  Console Cabinet made   by McLZagan.  Cannot be surpassed by anything in Radio.  Lower prices and can give easy terms.  Will be pleased  to  have  you-, call  inland hear our machine- any  evening.    Everything in Radio Batteries.  BEVAN'S  GARAGE  ���������rltW3lvrBIfmSJIi &  Misses     Marguerite      Benney    and  Eileen   Hendy   returned   on   Sunday  reasonable c;ish offer refused.    Box 52, \ from a two weeks'  visit  with  friends  ("i-eston.  Commencing  December 6th  My shop  will   be  open every day  except Wednes-  ternoon,  ..**"  K****-,.  "mm ���������***  %A<xy  st  ot*  until   further  notice.  V. MAWSON  BOAR FOR SERVICE  'kiveriiinfnl,    HeKi-tei e.l    York.--.hii  Hour.    C1KO. HAV IK. <!..i*voii.  I in Spokane. *  J Dr. Wilson Herald, ear,, nose iiiyl  ! throiit. specialist, will be in Creston  ! afternoon December 13th and morn-  | ing December lith.  j Wood For. Sale���������20 cords dry flr,  , cut any length desired, and delivered.  j Also 70 round tuimirac fence posts.  ! Boffey Bros,, CrCston.  DJtKfiSED Beef���������Under 18 months  old, local prices, get your orders in  early. A. G. Cox, Vaness Rrnch  (Alice Sidinp;), Creston.  Fort Sale���������Wood heater, will take  2-l'itot wood. ,$0, i-.-chiding a quantity  of   stovepipes.      .See   W.    E.    Burner,  janitor at public school.  Tbe prophets of a long, sovere winter are away out on their guugs no far.  Up till Wednesday flocl'B of canaries  were still to be seen in the Valley.  i'*. A. Pym or Cranhrook, the Knsb  Kootenay district forester, was born a  few rbiys this week, winding up the  NfMHiju'w opeiations of the, ff||-cptry  it\.\c."u.lri in tli'iH paiL of Mm territory.  Trinity United Ladies' Aid scored  Unit   iiisna]   Hiir*ne������H   at  tlieir  Tbankh-  t-iciiip" ilinnei* ������ffVfd in t In*- Iv-uerm-nt.  o*i Thm-mlay nlghi bod, at which tbo  cir-li intake  ������������ih in   the meigbbooil   of  The h object of the nddieHU at CIiiInI;  Cliureh on Hundny evening will be tho  *!���������;���������. ii IiihI inn IiooiN. 'i li ih in lhe  neiMind    HiMHlny      in    Advi*ut.    and    i*#  krinwii ni l'|ta|������. Hiindiiy, Tlie ve.'itry  will liii-ve th-i lmuul uiotitbly neHHlon  tifrei- wervlfja,  It's nice to have a good working knowledge of Radio���������  Sbut the name Atwater Kent on your set makes such  ..-'knowledge..*'quite unnecessary^    There is an   expert-  ness in  the minor details as well as- in  the  major  features that brings the world's air-offerings to you at  their best.    We invite  you  to   listen  in with  us.  A variety of Models to select from*  Easy terms of  payment arr-anged  F? R E -iyi-V E R   G A R A Q E  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  '  v*  SaweManGyon Your  At this time of year it is customary for homes to plan on  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  s. 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.  Dry Goods  Rmf.Rrifis  fli I ElBlliE (f  Hs9 rrtu/si ro  ���������������.< ... _. ww ... <m. ������a *#>

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