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 **������*-'���������  ������������������i$  M  re***  rZ3'Zkif^i. }'���������$%������$  ^AAM  ���������'���������    "V-iZ'-k.  3*5  Vol, xyiir  ��������� w.  CREST6&, B.C., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1926  No. 43  iz  w&*es&on s sS^ssooi  Report for Nov.  Division 1���������H. McLellan, Principal.  Proficiency: Grade 8���������Aileen Spratt,  Jean    McCreath,    Frank     ""    --"--���������*'  ������_/iri������irr luiua-  Grade 8���������Betty Speers/ Marion Burnett, Clematine Marshall.   " ,  Perfect attendance���������Frederick Alderson. John BUncq. Francis Byrne,  William* Bayle, Marion Burnett, Ena  Christie. Earl Christie^ Lettie Couling,  FrankCrawford, RonaldGibbs, Stella  Herdman, Hazel -Hopwood, Harry  Ireland?    Clematine   Marshall,   Bay  Margaret Burnett*-, Dorothy Collis,  Arthur Dodd. George Dodd, Clarence  Embree, William Ferguson, Ruth  Hare, Margaret Henderson, Stuart  Hilton, Emmet Johnson, Holger  Johnson, Aileen Kiingensmith, Hughena McCreaeh, Lloyd" McLaren,  Norman Nickel, Marion Quinn, Eleanor Spratt. Everett Walker.  Division 5���������Miss Hardy, Teacher.  Grade 2b: Proficiency���������Rachel Morrow. Gladys Davies, Irving~Fergu8an.  Improvement���������Rachel Morrow. "v^rit-  ing���������-Gladys Davies. - Grade la: Proficiency���������Ruth Spencer, Edra Walkey  Edith Walkey. Improvement���������Richard Trevelyan.   Writing���������Edith Wal-  GH&  mond Martin, Hirell Miller, Madeleine -key-    Receiving Class: Proficiency���������  Moore, Jean McCreath, Dora Nickel,  Fay Pendry. Stleen Spratt, Betty  gpeers, Arthur Webster, Gwendoline  Webster, Beryl Nichols.  Division 2���������Miss Vickers, Teacher.  Grade fi: Proficiency���������Marguerite  Ferguson. Writing improvement���������  Frances "Lewis. .General improvement  ���������Herbert Couling. Grade 6: Prbfic}  ency���������Iri-j- Taylor. Writing improve-  tnent-^-Herbert Dodd,- General improvement���������Cora Biccum. ���������_ '  Perfect attendance���������Cora. Biccum,  Lyda Christie, Herbert Couling; "Tom  Crawford; Herbert Dodd, Minnie  Downes, Marguerite Ferguson, Jack  Gibbs, Jean -Henderson, Annie Ireland,' Marjory .Learmonth, Frances  M. Lewis, Frances Lewis, Dorothea  MacDonald, Mary Maione, Dortby  Marshal^ Roland Miller, Frank Morrow, JacR O'Neill.  Division 3=rMiss Wade, Teacher.    *"  Grade 5b:. Proflciency-^Sarah Quinn  Arthur Nieholls, .Gordon Reinwald.  General improvement-^-Gordon Rein-  wald. Writing improvement���������Harold  Reinwald And Camgron McDonald  equal. - Grade 4b: Proficiency-fMolly  Moore,' Bert;* Morrow, ^eoi^^Opflfe;-  Writing improvement���������Lillian Pen-  dry. General improvement���������Margaret  Miller. --  Perfect attendance���������Robert Dickson, -Jim Downes, Sydney Fisher,  Helen JHopwobd, Jack Johnston,  Hesper Le^is, Norma Marsh-til, Margaret Miller, Molly Moore, Bert  Morrow, Cameron Macdonald, Harold  McLaren, - Arth ur Nichols, Sarah  Quinn, Jane Ross. Daisy Trevelyan,  Clifford York, Nellie Payne.  Division 4���������Mibs Holmes, Teacher.  Grade 3 Senior: Proficiency���������Raymond Bevan, Improvement���������Doris  Bayle. Writing improvement���������William Ferguson. Grade 3 Junior: Proficiency���������Hughena McCreath. Improvement���������Dorothy Collie, Clarence  Embfee. Writing- - improvement���������  impiovetuent���������Marion Quinn. -Grade  2 Senior: Proflciency-r-Oharles Taylor.  Improvement���������Everett Walker. Writing improv-_iment---Ri-itl:i" Hare. "  " Perfect attendance���������Douglas Aider-  son, Doris   Bayle, Raymond Bevan,  Doris Beninger, Maise Ferguson.Beryl  Palmer. Improvement���������William Weir  Writing���������Elena Androsoff. ,���������  Perfect attendance���������Motley Bur  nett, William Craig, George Crawford, Ruth Davis, Ruth Gibbs, Jean  Greenwood, Thomas Hopkins, Ernest  Ireland, Ellen Jensen, William Kern-  aghan, Charles Kiingensmith, Thomas  Lewis, Gordon Martin, -Helen McCreath, Douglas McLauchlin, Francis  McLauchlin, Beryl Palbaer, Maud  Ross; Mary Ross," Jack Ross* Jean  Ryckman. Jessie Spratt, Lillian Staff,  William Weir. Doris Walters.  -. Dave Rogers left last week for Van  couver, and will be absent most of the  snontn on a visit at coast centres.  G. Humble is at> present a patient  at Cranbrook^ hospital where he is  undergoing treatment, and we understand ' is . making very satisfactory  progress.       .*; '  Remember the dance of Community Club ladies at the haliftonight, for  wbich the music will be furnished by  Mrs. Lister's orchestra and an admission of SI -to gentlemen.' and SO- cents  to ladies."-*   -  Rev. S. Newby was here for Church  of England service on Sunday afternoon, and had a fair turnout of worshippers.  > Practices are going on regularly for  the community Christmas concert  which will likely be put on before  school closes on the 17th,  Tom Hickey is away again on a hide  and fur bnying trip, going into the  Windermere country last week.  Tbe Ladies' Community Club were  favored with any thing but favorable  weather for the bazaar on Wednesday  last, but ih spite of the adverse conditions, the cash intake on the sale of  fancy and useful articles- was a little  over *$90.  Brown were visitors to Cranbrook on  Monday, accompanying their father,  Charles Eriekson to the St, Eugene  hospital, where tbe latter is undergoing treatment for a serious illness.  Jacb Dodds and Martin Nelson, who  have been working at Goatfell are  now on the woods crew of Putnam.  Palmer & Staples.  H. M. McCosham and Rebert Earl  Sang, both of Cranbrookywere hereon  business Friday. CSalles, tailor, off  Yahk, is here on a business visit,  arriving on Friday.  Lester Clapp and Fran k Dezall Qf  Cranbrook arrived on Monday to work  for the Sash & Door Company, limited. ... ._...  Rev. J. Herdman of Trinity "United  Church, Creston, took service hereon  Tuesday ni&ht at tbe schoolhouse, and  was greeted with a large turnout.  s  Officers Named  LAST and BEST  Trinity United Church Ladies  Aid are holding the annual  Bazaar in  TRINITY CHURCH BASEMENT  *  on   ..  Sary,Dec.11  3 to 6.30 p.m.  Mrs. Angus Cameron is a visitor  with Crahbrook and Kimberiey  friends for a few days tbis week, leaving on Monday.  Frank Clark is the lastest Eriekson  resident to be taken to St. Eugene  hospital for an appendicitis operation,  which he successfully underwent on  "Wednesday, and is recovering satis  factorily.   ^      ' .,. "-'*..  -Get your Christmas turkey- at tht  shooting match and raffle at- Bert  Boffey's garage on Wednesday next.  22 very choice birds will be available,  and the shoot starts at 1 o'clock sharp.  ��������� Mr. and Mraf R. J. Long left on Sunday en a three months* vacation trip,  which will take them as far south as  California to spend the winter, though  they will be with Portland, Oregon,  friends for Christmas and New Yaarp.  Mrs. Long's health has been nr_he too  good of late, and the tiip is expected  to woxk a restoration. .  Roy, the young son of Mr. and Mrs.  E. Cartwright, had the misfortune to  break his left arm in two places when  he alighted on his arm after jumping  off a pile of ties in the C.P.R. yards  Monday afternoon.' Dr. Henderson  immediately set lhe broken member  and Roy is coming along very nicely.  Mr. Bush of Creston is operating in  the timber on the mountain back -of  the Holder ranch working a contract  of 8000 ties for the-O.P.R.  Eriekson is awaiting with particular  interest announcement of the winners  at, the B.&f Aipple Show at Vancouver this week in which the Long ranch  has sixteen "boxes and some plater of  Delicious {entered. These are in the  ten, five ahd one box classes. It is  the best of tho Woodbine's always  choice fruit and will take something  extra fancy to beat it.  Backers of Eriekson Community  Hall had a buslhess meeting at the  schoolhouse on Wednesday evening  last with a good turnout of those interested in the project, Ray Chrisler  occupied thn chair i\tid after a thorough difcusslon it was decided to canvass the district for funds to erect a  hall forthwith, and the following were  selected to rustle the funds: Mr. and  Mrs. Frank Staples, Miss Beth Putnam, Roy Telford. W. R. Long* John  Hal'., E. Cartwright. Another meeting will be held on Thursday, ������th, to  hear reports on the canvass.  ������Ht������If������Mf8i&&m  Mr. and Mrs. A. Cohen and family  of Calgary. Alberta, arrived last week,  and have takes up residence in the  house formerly occupied by Dan McDonald. " - <  Fancy Needlework  s Plain Sewing   '  Home Cooking  Candy and Grab Bag  AFTERNOON TEA Served  ALL ARE WELCOME  Baker Lumber Company ab Wal^o  haa just let a contract to havo eight  million feet of logs cut for them on the  limit at Tobacco Plains.  St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church  at Cranbrook gathered in 01700 at  their annual bazaar nnd series of  raffles  last    week.   This   is  $300 in  same source.  Due to-the death ofi the later Erwin  McG-mega^h^^fcuce,. which waa, to,  have been held in Hunts Hall lost Saturday *' night, was postponed until  Saturday night, 11th, with Mrs. Lister's orchestra- - music Come*, ' and  have a swell time, -r - _    "A- '  Tbe school teachers are busy- training the .children for the Christmas  concert, which will be neld on Decoder 16th. with the usual tree ahd- concert features by the -" children. Here's  hoping they make itac, big a snecess  as last year.  Mrs.~"Fred Belanger of Cranhrook  was a visitor here a few days, last  week, the guest of Mrs. McGonegal,  being present at the late Mr. McGonegal funeral. **��������� y       -i  Charlie Leamy of Creston was a  between trains' visitor on Sunday.  hT"*M. Young of Cranbrook was  another business visitor here last  week���������on Thursday.  Miss Marguerite Crawford, ten che**  of Division 2 of Kitchener school,* was  at het home at Oreston for the weekend,  E. B. McFarlane made a business  trip to Oranbtook on Thursday getting  back the following day.  Misses Clara Hunt and Mildred  Andeen of Creston spent the weekend  at theic homes here, returing to school  on Sunday. "  Harry Spence, manager of the Sash  & Door Company, Ltmited,N spent the  weekend witb his family at Cranbrook, returning on Monday.  Omer Geroux left on Thursday for  Vallican, where he is joining his  brother, Victor,* and will spend the  winter.  Miss Ethel McGonegal of Calgary,  Alberta, arrived on Friday, and will  be remaining with Mrs. E. McGonegal  for some time.  Mr. and Mrs..Carl Lindbloom and  sbn, Elmer, motored to Creston on  Saturday, on a business visit at tho  metropolis.  Mrs. James Belanger of Fernie spent  the weekend here a guest off Mrs E.  McGonegal*  R, S. Bovan and Jack Smith of  Creston were business visitors on  Tuesday.  H. H.  Rodmlle.    E, B.   McFarlane  and W. O. Davis spent the weekend  on an bunting trip ut the Lead vi Ho  mine.  "*���������" Mrs.   B.   Johnson and Mra.   R.   S.  Miss Rendst.ll, principal of Kitchener  school, has ~ issued the November  report of Division 1 as follows: Proficiency, Grade 4���������Nettie Androsoff.  Grade 6���������Elsie Nelson. Grade 0���������  Richard Molander. Grade 7���������Beatrice  Molander. ������.������ Grade -8���������laid wig Anderson. Perfect attendance���������-Clarence  Anderson, Selmer Anderson, "Wesley  Blair, Dennis -Bush, Vivian Langlois,  Elmer Lind bloom, Beatrice Molander,  Richard Molander. Edith Nelson,  Marjoiie Strong," Claude Simpson,  For Division 2 Miss Crawford's   report is as follows: - Proficiency, Junior  1st���������Lee     Strong,   Robert   Johnson.  Senior     1st���������Fred     Androsoff,   Jack  -Langlois..  Grade -2���������Dorothy  Hamilton,   Eva  Arb.   Junior Third���������Mary  Androsoff,     Charles    Bush.     Senior  Third���������John Nelson, Hazel McGonegal.   Perfect attendance���������Frank Abar,  Laura   Androsoff     Mary'  Attds-tiSdff,  Fred Ahdrosoff, Eva'Afb,' Mia^^*^b,  Charles Bush, Celina   Langlois, ^Jack'  Langlois. Hazel McGonegal,   Douglas  McKee.  Creston curlers were out in fall  force for tbo annual meeting of tbe  club on Monday night, which was in  charge of the reiirj-sg pre^ld-**!** "Dr-  Henderson. Treasurer M. 3. Joyce  submitted an audited balance sheet  covering last season's operations  which disclosed a credit balance of  $3.32, and the same was accepted by  the meeting. The officers elected, for  this year are as follows:  - President���������-Dr. Henderson.  Vice-President���������W. Fraser.  Secy.-Treas.-M- R- Joyce.  Chaplain���������-Rev. J. Herdman.  Referees���������M. York, M. J. Boyd,  Executive���������R. B. Staples, H. S. McCreath, S. A. Speers.  The executive were also elected to  serve as the ice committee, and due to  the generosity of T. J. Crawford a  telephone will be placed in the waiting  room for the use of the curlers during  the season.  Membership*-) are being taken out in  remarkably large numbers'and* the  gathering fixed upon December I5tbi  as positively the lasfj^ate when it will  be possible to join up, with a general  meeting called for the 17th to receive  a report from the executive which  will submit a tentative list of skips.  SSs+eimF*  Mrs. Mead of Creston was a Friday  to Wednesday visitor at Sirdar, where  she was a guest of Mrs. Rogers and  Mrs. Sid McCabe.  -'-'   *       .-.'.tea  '    -'      ' -'  Rev. S. Newby had a very gratify-  ing attendance atthe morning Sunday  school on Sunday as well as at the  regular church service at 10.30.  y Mrs. Loasby was a C**aubrook visitor a couple of days at the end of the  week.  Mesdames Whiteside, Dennes, Heap  and Dibley were between trains callers  with Creston friends on-Thursday.  Principal Smith and O. M. Loasby  were motor visitors at the metropolis  on Saturday.  John Tolerico's new set of drums  were heard at the orchetra practice on  Saturday night with the piano-accord-'  -eon handled by Mr. Carl they form a  great combination. The latter was at  Wynndel cm Sat in day night furnish  ing the music for a dance, Mr. and  Mrs.' Jim Pascuzzo and Miss. Rosie  Pascnzzo going up with him.  Rev? S. Newhy was agreeably surprised on his usual first of the month  call at Sirdar on Saturday when the  Guild presented him with a 915 to  help pay for the rector's auto aa well  as meet the local share of the parish  block assessment.  Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Rogers were  hostesses nt the weekly Saturday tea  of the church Guild and were favored  with a good turnout and the usual  generous financial intake. The proceeds of this ten, as well ns the others  to be held the next cotiple of weeks  will create a fund to finance the  Christmas tree.  Mr. Carl and hla piano accord eon  aro In comjjderable dt*roand juat at  prcBi-vA. Aft*-*** taking the tSatnce at  "Wynndel on Saturday, he left the  following day for Cranbrook, where  ho will bo chief musician at a wtdding.  celebration at the divisional city this  week, ���������/  Rev, S. Newby wishes to thank the  lad lea of Sirdar for their contribution  of S-12 towards the Block Aaaetifixncnt  and $13.60 for car coats.  J. Loubet, who has been wording  in the Port Anegels, Wash., country  for the past few weeks, is back again  at his place at Lister, and will be  remaining, until the new year.  George Carrick* who was employed  here in the early days of development.  [work, wa*sycadting on friends here the  forepart ofthe week, en route west  from. Alberta.  Rev. J. Herdman had quite a fair  turnout at the United Church service  onJpSutieay morning, and will be here  again on the 19th.  A number of the Anglican ladies   of ~  Lister were at  Creston on Saturday  afternoon making Chirstmar purchases at Christ Church Guild bazaar.  ���������' Orchards are again suffering from  the "depredations of ..the deer which  are becoming more numerous, seemingly, with the hunting season about  due to close.  Fall ploughing has been done on  an exceptionally large scale here this  year, aa compared with past seasons.  Alf. Wellt-pring, Alf. Evans and  George Cbudley. were Wednesday to  Saturday visitors here from the mine  at Klockmann. taking an enforced lay  off for that time due to a break in the  flume.  Mrs. VunEtten of Bonners Ferry is  here sor a, few day's visit with lies  parents, $lr. and Mrs. Demchuk.  W. G. Littiejohn of Eriekson is Col.  Liater'a<gnest this week and they are  enjoying a few days hunting.  -Miss Hobden. teacher at the Huscroft school, ia rehear&ing tho pup Is  in various items that will make up the  Chribtmasconcert programme, to le  presented at the school there on the  night of the 18th.  The-report of the Lister school for  November shows an average attendance ot 09.80. with the following taking the highest standings:: Grade 8���������  Jack Bird. Grade 7���������Charlea Malt  house, Fred Yerbury. Grade 6���������  Peerfify Smith, WatUlucQ. Sinclair.  Grade 3���������Frank Yerbury. Grade la���������  Kirk Beard, Randall Smith. Grade  lb��������� Douglas Sinclair, Cyrill Bird.  Perfect attendance���������Cyrill Bird, Jack  Bird. Charles MaUhouse, John Malt-*-  hinao, George Mitchell, Douglas Sinclair, Wallace Sinclair, Billy Yerbury,  Frank Yerbury, George Chudley.  For the first nine months of this  year tbe output of the araeltor at  Trail shows an increased production  In all metals of at least 25 per cent.  The Bulman dehydrating plant at  Vernoon is putting up from 12 to 15  tons of apples per day, and will utilise  at least SSEKM) tons of this hitherto wasted fruit before this plant shuts   down. THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.   C  77.  Tke Evolution Of An Empire  Reds Take Possession of Wrangel  Place  Fift/  Russia***- Emigrants  Desolate Island  A dispatch to the newspaper Nichl  Nichi ft^ta Hakodate, Japan; sa#s-:<ffie  Russiah voluliteer Tffeet   assoo*a.tioii"s  ship v S ta"*/r<jpa6l :.... ;has'    arrived ...... from  y$Vrangel Island, where it removed the  British and United Stated flags afid  raised-the Bed banner. ���������   7;    .A-..  Fifty Russian emigrants were jplaceG  on the island after a thorough exploration by aeroplanes; It was found that  ^vegetation was scarce, but there* were  a. number of/-fur bearing animal's including hear and- fox.  The area of the island was reported  as 2,925 square miles."  a iie ior incoming imperial uomerence* in. i,onaoa to ne attendeu by  members of .the British Government and the Premiers of all the self-governing Dominions of the Empire is attracting more "Widespread interest than  any of the preceeding Conferences of a like character, wit ly the possible  exception of the one held during the war. Some writers and public men  seem to think that notable changes- in the* relationships now existing between  Great Britain and the Dominions .will result but there is little ground on  which to base such belief.   -  Since the secession of the American colonies and the American Revolutionary War of 150 years ago, tlie changing relationship between Great  Britain and her overseas possessions has been one of evolution, not revolution.  Great changes have taken place, it is true, but the process has been so gradual  and all effected so peacefully, tliat they were hardly noticed at the time.  Perhaps the most Significant change of all took place when the overseas British  Dominions became members of the League of Nations on terms of equality  ���������with the Motherland and other nations.  f> - -  But this   gradual   davelopnient of a more  autonomous  and  independent  status has in no sense resulted in any weakening of the Imperial tie nor in.the  solidarity of the Empii-e. The effect has rather been to add strength to the  individual units and to the union embracing them all. The term "Empire"  as applied to the British Empire 3s, in fact, a misnomer. Rather the phrase  favored and so frequently used by His Majesty, King George V., more correctly  d.oscribes whatsis commonly referred to as the British Empire, namely, ������he  BriLish Common-wealth of Free Nations.  Evolutionary, not revolutionary, tendencies are still at work throughout  tho British connexion, and it is to be expected that the approaching Imperial  Conference will assist to clarify the atmosphere in regard lo some matters.  India is steadily'moving forward along the path to increasing self-government, and Great Britain is not only willing but anxious to enlarge the powers  of the people of India just as rapidly as the people become capable of wisely  exercising those powers. The histo-ry of India will be largely a, duplication of  the evolution which has taken place in otheiv parts" of the. Empire.  In South Africa the people appear to be somewhat concerned about the  flag, and there is a considerable body of opinionTin favoit* of a distinctive  national flag for South- Africa other than the Union Jack. But those who are  most insistent for such an emblem nevertheless disavow any desire for^oi*..  intention of a'sevcfiance' of the tie which binds them to Britain" and the other  . British Dominions. ' '        "- .  Canada is moving in the direction of appointing its own Minister to the  "United States with a view to having matters pertaining to Canada and the  United States dealt with directly by the two countries concerned rather than  through the intermediary of the British Ambassador and the Government an  London. But, here again, there is not the slightest wish nor intention of  severing or even weakening one' tiny strand of the lie binding Canada to the"  Empire.  Among people in all the Overseas Dominions the view is entertained by  many thai the-present procedure of carrying appeals from the Supreme Courts  of the Dominions to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council ia London  "ruiglu well be abandoned, and the overseas Courts made supreme in fact as  well as in name, thus saving lengthy delays and huge expense in obtaining  final judicial decisions. But advocates of this change are amongst the most  loyal of British subjects.  In the evolutionary process already referred to, one of the most significant  changes has been in treaty making powers. Formerly, and not so many years  ago, all treaties had to be negotiated and signed by the ..British Government,  although they might have reference solely to one particular Dominion. Furthermore, all treaties made by Great Britain were binding on all the Dominions  with or without their consent.; Now, however, Canada makes trade treaties  direct wiih foreign countries- and they* are signed in the name of the King by  Canadian ministers, If Canada and the United States desire to make an  asrreerm-nt regarding fisheries, or some boundary matter, the two countries do  sf-j un-.: ih'- r-e-suliunt treaty is signed by Canadian ministers. **  Funliormoiv, tho British Government, no longer makes treaties with  foreign -������������������ountria--":"- affecting the1 Dominions without first consulting them and  such -.-���������a-atii-,-, _frf submitted to the Canadian Parliament for their approval-anil  Kiii'intr wr-li d<-scribe* prt-spni I-Inipiio relationships: "Daughter am I Tn  i.-iy Mo"ii.-_-'_-. hi"-.!.-:..-, but mistress in my own.'" The British family tie hold's,  Jnvi.-ibl*"*, almost intangible, silken in texture, but', strong and lasting as steel.  Chan Kins; tlnif-.s call for other change--, in customs, method.*, procedures, hut  Ihi- family remfilnH intact, sympathetic, co-operative, loyal nnd affectionate,  workitig for <a common aim, proud of each other's achievements, united by a  common bond, and joyfully > i-vl-Uns*. allfrglane--- to one .sovereign. Thus does th*  lirllsh  Kn-jjdr-,*  grow,  prosper and   triumph.  Hnmn  a.stfnui.%,  ������-*"U*l.  When your^stomach is badly upset,  when you are belching gas and suffering from nausea, the quickest relief  will come from 20_drops of Nerviline.  Take it ln sweetened water and you  get an immediate result. * Nerviline  has been used for nearly half a century and is considered a necessity in  most houses, because of its usefulness  in preventing many small ills that constantly arise. Sold everywhere in 3������  cent bottles.  H _rvnr*at*-_i /f_,|-_Q  VIVPUl|������<CI.������_r  Without Nerviline  Germany Firs* Skyscraper  Germany's first skyscraper built on  American lines is being erected at  Aachen (Aix la Chapelle). It will be  twelve^ stories high, a startling height  in Germany, and "will house a large  motion picture theatre and a number  of business offices.  With Its Unveiling'All Koranic Laws  P"hss,lnto Oblivion  Mohammedan tradition prohibiting,  representations of the -. human form  has been broken with unveiling of .a-  statue of Mustapha Kemal" Pasna,  .President-; of Turkey, and one of the  outstanding , figures in Near East  politics.  : This is the first statue ever erected  in Turkey. It represents the President  in European dinner jacket, bare headed and with arms akimbo.  The breaking of��������� Koranic tradition  against statues of men and women  preceded the going into effect of Turkey's neAV civic code adopted by the  National Assembly six months ago!  With this code all Koranic Rt/ws passed  into oblivion.   :������������������-.."  CHILDHOOD AILMENTS  Can be Quickly Banished With  Baby's Own Tablets  *  The ailments of childhood are many  but ninestenths of them are due to one  cause and one cause only���������a disordered condition of the stomach and  bowels. To quickly banish any* of the  minor ailments of babyhood and childhood the bowels must be made to woric  regular and the stomach must De  sweetened.  No other medicine for little ones has  had such success as has Baby's Own  Tablets, They banish constipation and  indigestion; break up colds and simple fevers; correct diarrhoea and colic  and promote healthful sleep by regulating < the functions of the stomach  and bowels.. ..Concerning them Mrs. L.  M. Brown, Walton, N.S., writes:���������"1  "cannot speak Joo highly of Baby's Own  Tablets as I have found them excellent  for childhood ailments."  Baby's Own Tablets are sold by  medicine1 dealers, or by mail at 25 cts.  a box from The Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Sleep is the great nourisher of  infants, and without peaceful sleep the  child will not thrive. This cannot be  got if the'infant be troubled with  worms. Miller's Worm Powders will  destroy worms and. drive them from  the system, and afterwards the child's  rest will be undisturbed. The powders  cannot injure the most delicate baby,  and there is nothing so effective for  restoring the health of a''worm-worn  infant. ���������  _ Wouldn't Stand For It  During an election in England- a  candidate for parliamentary honors  was addressing: a meeting of Yorkshire men when he was interrupted  by a man who asked: "Art in favor of  children goin' t'school till they be  sixteen?" "Certainly I am," said the  speaker. '"Well, I'm not," was the emphatic answer. "I'm. noone goin' to  *ave my lad coomlh' whoam fro*  t'school an' axin' me. for money...for a  shave." ���������  The maximum recorded temperature "in the shade" is 134 degrees  Fahrenheit, observed at Greenland  Ranch, Cal.  The Poor Man's Friend.���������Put up in  small bottles that are easily portable  and sold for a very small sum, Dr.  Thomas' Electric Oil possesses" power  in concentrated form. Its cheapness  and the "Varied uses to which.it can Do  put make it the poor man's" friend. No  dealer's stock is complete without it.  The Oil for the Farmer.���������A bottle  of-Dr.-Thomas' Electric Oil in the  farm house will save many a journey  for the doctor. Tt is not only good for  the. children- when taken with colds  and croup, and for the mature wno  suffer from pains and aches, but there  are directions for.'its use on sick  cattle. -There should always be a  bottle of it in the house.  iillifiill  MKsmtm  .EARN  ���������VVM 1 UE  . VQ.-J y  iiiliiiii  IM SPARE TIME M_m tita ������t M}.G3 ������ Wm*_  EcpeftinatruchiMt. UwceUMarcellmjE-SealgxFftcaat  Treatment.. Manicamnj. Ht.r Coloring, etc D.ploaia.  longMl cutttaiaaKcd recogaiaed CanailiMi ������c!_oa>_. Asaari.  can anal Europ'������ntaatfucJ<_r������.Noexf>enaa*ax*������C������U0y.  Moaaey Back Guarantee.  D0MIHI0H HCJ-OEMY UF COSMETOlOfir  lAI'iliatedTa-ronto HsirdaeftaiaB AcaaJefnj.) 137 A.   R.aaATa������a������������aOl.U������Ka.Wa������������OepL JP7 FreeBaK*.  Hardware Clerk���������Sir. I'd like to  have:,my salary raised. ^Boss���������Well,  don't worry. I've managed to raise it  every week so far, haven't VI  SALESMEN���������We ; offer steady employment and ]Day Weekly to sell  our complete and exclusive lines of  guaranteed quality, whole root, fresh  dug-to order trees and plants. Attractive illustrated samples and full cooperation, a money-making opportunity. Luke Brothers . Nurseries,  1 Montreal, " ,  Eyery singer in a^quartet can point  out three good reasons why tlie organization isn't absolutely perfect.  ASo you lind Harry aren't going to  get married this month?"   '*-  "No, not for a while, I guess.   You.  a^  see, he paid a  year's  dues    to    the  bachelor's club, in advance.  ������&.  5&SffiSS*g^^  MOTHEft :-   Fletcher's   Cn.s-  toria fa a pleasant-, harm I ess Sulb-  .suttitc for Castor Oil, 1'arepforic,  Tne: thing  Dropn an-i   Soot bin;;  Syrup-;,  e .pedal I y  prepared   ior  Infants in amis- an-l Children all age:;.  T<a av-js-l imitations, always l'-ok for" thr ���������iif-fiiuliiri" of   C^y7^^/y/-^AJuAa  1-n.vcn  dirrctioiifi r.ti rani  pad-a**-**,    ���������t't-yuiia-ui;.  everywiicrc recommend i%\  Makes Coffee Truly Delicious  A    Rich,   Golden,   Appetizing   Cup   of  Coffee  is Appreciated  Much coffee is  spoiled  in the making, but It Is safe to s������,y more is spoiled  in the serving.    Thiiji Is because comparatively few people use roal crerum,  figuring,  perhapsi   that  its  daily  use  is^rathor a luxury. Of course, one can  rolv tho milk bottle, by taking off the  top milk, but even that is not calculated to give one the rich, golden, appetizing cup of cofTeo tliatj makes this beverage truly a nectar}   More and more  housewives are serving Eaglo Brand  Condensed  Milk   wl(h   coffee,   for  the  reason thai, it is  economical and because It ensures a beautiful flavor, being so rlclu and creamy.   There Is the  further advtintage that, it suivea sugar,  for   condensed   milk    contains   sugar  and the milk anil. Biignr aro bo  por-  feclly blended that the proportions are  absolutely   right.     Usually,   the   con*  deiif-inl milk I.s placed right on the table, being aervcul I'roiu the can, which,  it' Ui-nlriiblu, tuny b(> set. In a nuirtnu-  lad.* jiir,  . ^^-������.������*^ ���������* *.-  j Feet core?���������Min,-ard'$ Liniment,  I      !l-*IU*     "VN'litU  do   you  ilo  when   you  hii'  u   bMUi.il'ul - an  <*x(i''iiiely h<*'Uitl-  | fill girl?"  j     l"<'g������y "(>h, I    look   a   while,   and  ? ttu-n  1  g'*l  liicil  tt ml   lay   the  mirror  i down."  i  @-  Mlnard'o Liniment for chapped hands.  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Headache    Colds Neuralgia    Lumbago  Pain Toothache    Neuritis       Rheumatism  an)MMii<H������HMWwM������aMMMaaHaMMHnaawHMi������MM������iw������n>Mji  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  mmmmmm*  c ^\������yf  Accept only "Bayer" package  which contains proven directions,  naiuly ''Bayor" Iioxpb of 12 tableta  Alao bottlca ol $A and 100���������Druggists.  \\.  N.   U.  16u0  Aj������i"lrl������. In Uio trftii*- mtrk (r->cl*t������n-d In C������n������d������> nt lluiy������r Mcn������f������ctuwi of Mono������D������Ua-  ���������eld������Htor ot Bmic*ylieacl������l (Acntyl antcyltc Add, "A. H. A."). Whlln It is w������ll known  lbal Ati.lrln iiiJ-djut lttij>L>r iu*iiur������cnir#. ir. smUt lUc nubltc uftJilnut liulUltonn, thi. Tftlilfttn  ef lla-for Oomumi-' will Ix* *n-iin[K.a wim   tlieir t������"-i'������l trH������i-i uiun,  tue  "J������a;i-r <uioui. "  _MMia������������MflliaaMMMmiMMM������wa������ ������������������'���������'-',"*;:  V  '���������RI  &  f������  'THE   BEYTEm   CRESTON,    B.    a  Ne w Volume Is  Describing Tlie  mr^���������^^^ ���������'���������''���������________. ' ���������  aO^atuties Or G  ritten  ._ priders Apd  anadian  Scenery  - Cah-ypu. imagine a span of a thousand ihiilion'years or so? It you can, try-  to picture to yourself the' place where  thetRocky Mountains now stand, with  their snow'-crownedy peaks towering  into the sky, at the bottommost depths  of an inland sea.  Do you know how the Rockies were  formed? By what Titanic forces these  great masses were crumbled and folded and lifted high in the air? ..-',-  It is a most interesting story that  geology tells us concerning the formation of this gigantic range through  the ages���������-aeons before the human  race dwelt upon the earth, and only  one of the many other fascinating  things that one learns about one's own  land, in "Picturesque America," a deluxe volume, superbly illustrated with  500 photographs and charmingly written, which has been published recently  by^ "The Resorts and playgrounds of  America," New Xork.  It is a compliment,' and not one undeserved, to Canada, that this book,  which describes" so clearly and well,  the wonders and beauties of the parks  and beauty, spots of- North America,  should give over more than one-quarter of its space tp Canada's great playground. Yet it cannot but be recognized that her parks are unique In  their magnificence of form and beauty  of color, in their preservation of gam*-  and wild creatures, and> in their possession of great virginal forests and vast  regions as yet unexplored.   .  Tho National Parks of Canada are  14 in number and range in area from  a few square miles to 4,000 square  miles. For the most part they are  found ih the western part of the country; while the three most beautiful  Rocky Mountain parks, Banff, Yoho  and Glacier, lie along the main line or  the Canadian Pacific Railway..  Many well-known writers, such as  Rpbert Sterling Yard, Zane Grey, "Mary,  Roberta Rinehart, Henry Van Dyke,  Charles Lummis" Arthur Stringer,  Mary Carolyn Davies, and J. B. Harkin  haye contributed to'this volume,Twhic#  maintains a high standard of" literary  quality throughout. Verses of nature  by equally well-known poets are scattered throughout, and there is added  a complete index and bibliography.  Hence besides the charm of the book  it is invaluable as one of reference. It  would seem that its purpose���������to make  better known and thus better appreciated the scenic marvels of America's  wonderlands, milSt be accomplished.  Dalcota Settler Likes Saskatchewan  Says Any Farmer Who Wants to Work  Can   Make "Money   in  the West  Mr. W.-J. Hope giv������s the following  statemeut of his experience as a settler In Saskatchewan to the Canadian  Government Agent at Grand Forks,  N.D. "I take great pleasure in telling  you what I think of the Canadian  Northwest. I purchased tluyeo quarters of land in 1921 ih the -Wood  Mountain country, southwest of Moose  Jaw. There were 150 acres broken ou  the farm. In 1022 I operated ftie farm  myself and produced. 1,000 bushels of  wheat, built a fence around half a section, also ti ~ granary, garage y and  shack.  "In ll)2iT I rented the farm, and  broke 12 acres. In 1021 I broke 25  acres, fn 3 926 I built a barn with a  hay-loft 2S by 32, also a sloroy-aiHha-  halt' house, IS by 22, with full basement, and kitchen IK by 14. The house  Is plastered nnd hack-plastered,  stained am". taynishccl inside. All  buildings tue well painted. I also  bought one more quarter secLlon.  "Tii-1,I farm has produced enough  to pay lor nil-building.-* and still have  $2,300 net profit in addition to paying  for the farm Itself.  "[ claim thin country Is the* garden  of SiiHkalclK-wnn. Any farmer who  wnnl.s to work can make money in this  country."  Clifford: "It's a pr-M-iy good looking  banjo, but .$1" .seems high. Ih It In  good enniMHon?"  M.indd- "Wliv'.-i Si7 In t!".c pUnlt of  rendition." "*"*  '1 Jerry picking lma been made eaBy  by a' piit<tiiu-il device, j-Oftembllng a  flour* scoop, (lie bolt onr eompo*w.*dN of  wire i-'elli.  W.  N.   P.  ififto  Synthetic Sunshine  Obtaining Food From the Light of^he  Sun and Nitrogen of the Air  The world heed never go hungry as  long the the-sun shines. So the chemists havts-declared at the Institute of  Politics, at Williamstown, Massachusetts; and since scientists say so  it must, be  so.  Food in the future, it appears, is to  be obtained from the light of the sun  and the nitrogen of the air. Proteins  and carbohj*Mrates���������those elements of  nutrition which you hardly can escape  getting in a, good dinner whether you  like them or not���������will probably be  made in the factory- rather than raised  on the farm. "Thirty men in a factory the size pf a city block can produce in the form of. yeast as much food  value as 1,000 men working- on 75,000  acres puder ordinary agricultural conditions." These words of good cheer  come from the same wise men who recently promised to do? away with wars  over fuel'oil fields by methods of extracting petroleum from coal shale.  What the 970- superseded farmers  would be doing, and whether they  would like their food in the form of  yeast when they got it, were questions  left to other prophets.  All the res'tyof us have to do, it  seems, is to trust to the chemists. We  all like, at times, to imagine to ourselves the happy life of South Sea  Islanders, lying under trees in the sun  and. allowing ripe breadfruit and bananas to drop into their laps. But in  these less kindly northern latitudes,  where theysun sometimes fails to shine  and occasionally it rains, no such  easy solution of the problem~of living  is in'sight*���������From the Outlook, N.Y.  Sardines Leave Home Waters  Cold    Currents   Along    French *Coast  Found to be Responsible  "The'French marine research vessel  La Tanche has just found out why sardines   leave home.  The problem has been bothering  French fishermen and sardine packers  for several years, for the canneries  have been "threatened with closing  down because the ..tins- fish no longer  move in ' great schools alo������g the  French coast.  Dusting vs. Spraying f Jie Potato  Report of Experiment -Undertaken at  yjFrederict^  The report for 1925 of the Dominion  botanist iis particularly worthy of  Wudy and cogitation by every agriculturist and grower of any sort of produce, It is k report off rare comprehensiveness, covering records of Investigation and remedial experiments  of practically every disease conducted  by pathological' experts connected  with the Dominion Experimental Farm  Sytem. Mr. D. M. J. MacLeod, plant  pathologist In charge at Fredericton,  N.B., deals largely with diseases affecting the potato. Among other things  he tells of a valuable experiment carried out to test the relative efficiency  pf various dusts as compared with  spray mixtures, about which there Is  considerable-diversity of opinion.  A field .of a_.four and three-quarters  was divided into three plants of equal  area. The land was of. average^ fertility and apparently uniform throughout. "��������� Certified Green Mountain potatoes were experimented with. Liquid  Bordeaux was applied by means of a-  power sprayer with a. four-row twelve-  nozzle boom and Bordeaux dust and  copper carbonate dust by means of a  Niagara traction crop duster provided  with a drag canvas. Efforts were made  to apply the dust and spray mixtures���������-  the composition and. application of  which are given in tabular form in the  report, which is to be had free on ad-  dressifig the Publications Branch,  Ottawa���������'.a. such quantities that equat  amounts of metallic copper w'ould be  used. _  -While the results are not considered  conclusive, the experiment having  been conducted for only one year, a  table published shows that better  yields ^followed the Bordeaux dust  than the spray as applied with power  machines against such diseases as  early and late blight.  Won Many--Prizes  Nineteen     First     Class     Prizes     for  Creamery Butter Won by  Alberta  at Toronto Exhibition  At the" Canadian National Exhibition held recently in Toronto, thirteen  exhibitors of creamery butter from the  province of Alberta were awarded 19  first prizes, six second "prizes and eight  third prizes. In addi;ion the sliver  cup for the highest scoring butter, on  exhibition-was awarded to the Woodland Dairy Ltd., .of Edmonton, oh a  score of 98.7 per cent out of a possible 100 points, and further, in the  class for the highest average score of  The research workers    found    tnat I exhibits   In* the   various   classes   the  cold currents havo come into the once | second and third prizes were award.ed  to  the   Central, Creameries  Ltd.,  Cal-  rlch sardine fields and have driven  them farther out to sea, where the  French fishing fleet, atrgreater risk, is  now hauling them in "by netfulls. "  A Siamese kitten was recently rescued by the steamship President Garfield from a hatch cover floating In  mid-ocean.   ,  Discovery Is Made TUxat  Rust Spores Are Spread By  Winds  Over Great Distances  ���������'��������� ///"-,.,    ..       .   ' "'-.*������������������"."': -_���������.������������������';������������������;;.���������  An   Important  Industry  Export of Flower Seeds from   B.C.  ts  Rapidly   Increasing  The culture of tulips promises to  become an increasing industry in British Columbia' The activity thus far  has been confined to Vancouver Island,  where it has been conducted successfully at Saanlchton, Sidney, Copple  Hill, Duncan, Royal Oak, Victoria and  other points. It is now "likely to ne  extended to the mainland.  "The production of flower seeds has  become an important industry in this  province. Every year a greater quantity of seed is shipped fiom British  Columbia, and Englahd in particular  is coming to depend to a greater extent on the -warm climate and rich j*  soil of Vancouver Island for its supply  of seeds. Millions of flowers blossoming all over England have generated  It is not altogether comforting lo  know that .rust spores cab be carried  from great ��������� distances and are"-, to be  found at very considerable heights.  However details of spore-trapping experiments co-operatively conducted  by the Royal Canadian Air Force and  the Dominion Rust Research Laboratory at Manitoba Agricultural College,  given by Dr. 3>. L. Bailey, pathologist  in charge, in the Dominion Botanist's  report for 1925 are beyond measure interesting. The idea of the Investigation  or experiment was to collect all data  possible regarding the origin -and  spread of black stem rust in. Western  Canada by studying the spore-content  of the,upper air over various"'districts-,  during the season.  As the report suggests the-'results  obtained by the first year's work of  this kind are striking. In the first Instance the wind dissemination of rusr,  spores over large areas and for **con  front seeds produced In "Canada  The commercial production of sweet-] siderable distances has been establish  pea seed in particular has made great  considerable trade has 'developed "with  seed houses in England. Sweet peas  grown on Vancouver Island by an  English gardener reached such perffcc-  tion that he sent a sample to the old  country. In response came an immediate order for half a ton of seed.  Exports of Canadian' seed of all  kinds in the last three fiscal years  have been respectively worth $8,547,-  742, $10,211,497 and $16,792,105."  ed.    Over heavily wooded areas wid.9-  strides  in the  last few years, and. a  ly separated from cereal-growing districts  indications were   definitely  obtained tliat even at an altitude of 5,000  feet the concentration of spores was  surprisingly high. ,   And this upwards  of three hundred miles from, the nearest wheat-growing region. "This, says  Dr. Eailey, accounts in large measure  for  the   almost  miraculously   sudden  appearance  of ,rust over large areas.  Because once rust becomes prevalent  in .the spring wheat area of the United  | States the rust spores can very rapidly  { be Carried north in large numbers by  | a south wind.  Filming Clouds  Arryerican Moving Picture Concern j  Goes'Abroad to Get Cloud Effects  The resources of the. canning industry in the States is well known,  but**a new phase commences when the  cinema people dcided to ''can clouds."  Hollywood is an ideal place for filmmaking, owing to the clear air and  bright sunshine, but there are pictures  which need cloud scenes, and to complete them it is often necessary for  the photgraph.er to go far afield for.  his effects, what time the release of  the film is delayed. _ To overcome this  defect, and to have a reserve of  "clouds," the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  company have decided to have a man  specially engaged in "shooting" cloucj  Getting   Rid   Of  Weeds  Publicly      Rewarding      Farmer     Who  Keeps   His  Land Clean  ^ Recently a party of Eastern business men out on a trip observed the  weeds in the crops and along the roadsides and wrote letters to the newspapers about the careless farmers who  were allowing their land to be overrun  by weeds, making them unprofitable to  themselves and a menace to their  neighbors.   ���������������  2-Jot vers* long ago the business men  of Swift Current noticed with concern  that the farms in the .'district were be  coming badly ffifested with weeds. In-  scenes, and the celluloid records will! stead of scolding the* farmers .they put  be kept, in their familiar tins, at tne ( their heads together, raised a subsian-*  headquarters  of the firm  for use as.  and when,    required.���������London   Chron-  gary,   and  Mr.  C.  E.   Christensen,   of' icle. ..-���������.*">.  the  Edmonton   Pure   Butter  Co.,  Ed  monton.  Children's clothing may be made  practically fireproof if soaked for a  few moments in a solution of ammonium phosphate.  Helen: I fear I have made a mistake.  Ruth: Why?  Helen: He proposed in a. taxicab.  The minute I accepted he paid tlie  fare   and we got out and walked.  "Picturesque America'9 Includes Picturesque Canada  *������  tial sum of money among-themselves,  offered a prize to the farmer in the  district who had the cleanest farm and  presented liim with a cup at a banquet  held in his honor.  Which method will produce the best  results? It is hardly necessary io say  that the Kiwanis Club of Swift Current  has done the right thing*'in the right  way. Tho farmer who keeps bis farm  clean and grows only clean crops deserves the applause of his fellow-cltl-  zens. The farmer with a dirty farm  is not alwa>*s to blame. He may have  just bought the land, he mar not havo  sufficient help to work it properly, tt  may be so badly infested with different weeds, all requiring different methods of eradication, that he may hardly  know where to begin, but he is not an  good a farmer or as good n citizen as  the man who regards weeds in hi.s  crop as a standing* reproach against  his own reputation and the honor of  his farm. And the business man who  scolds the farmers for not getting rid  of weeds is not as good a business man  or as good a citizen as tlte one .vt-ho  puts his hand in "his pocket and cooperates with others in publicly rewarding the farmfcr who goes lo the  most trouble to keep.his farm clean.���������  Saskatchewan Farmer.  Population Increase  An average Increase of nearly, five  per cent In the population of twenty  federal electoral districts in Manitoba,  Saskatchewan, and Alberta, as -coiii-  pa'red with 1921 figurea, Is shown by  Ihe quinquennial census of the throe  .prairie province*?, taken a.s on June I.  JI926. Tho total population of tbes-e  twenty electoral district*������ la given as  803."*-2������), contrasted with T:t*r.,:i0H in  I������i������21. Thus, announcement I.*" niadi- In a  preliminary etatemem of population  recently Ii-.nued by tho Dominion Ihi-  reau or ritntlstlcs.  man  I.   Twin I"������Ut., Voho-CLic'cr.   2. A lU't of "Tun���������Luke O'Hara  He:   "fH-arest,   am  I   tlu*   fir_*i  "'! Unit ever held you in his aritifi?"  j     She: "Yea, of coureo.    Why do yon  I  T-1al>f.    fllxvi .">>    1������-l"    ������*lr������    *"->������������������������������������������,-.    ������M',".-- (OH "*"���������  J ' ".'  '    l)l_ll_MI<I.Milliiil-^^ <_���������-      ������  ���������%".  AYVA..  -'";V7'-  THHE   fcRESTCK   BBVTEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Oreston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. Ha-stes, Editor and Owner,  ORESTON.  B.C., FRIDAY; DEC. 10  WHAT OTHER PAPERS SAY  Getting Elected is Costly  Engaging in a   political  contest  is uo  longer  a   poor man,8  game.  There was a''-time in Canada -when  a   man with   well developed vocal  cords, a foot or two of   whiskers, a  fiaunel shirt, paper   collar,   'put tier-  nut fulled-cloth suit, wdoleh  feocks,:  kipp shoes aad $50 in  'his* clothes,  coulu win an   election.    Of   course  he had to "raise his voice''at prayer meeting,   take   the   service* and  pound the stuffing out of the* pulpit  op Sunday.    He treated   the   boys  at the tavern, _but liquor   Was   only  5c and a bar  full   of  thirsty   ones  for 50c.    "When he went to Ottawa,  if he had no near   or  distant   rela  tives in the  city,   he   hired   board  and lodging all the way from $1.25  to $2 a   week.    He   played euchre.  His booze cost   him   nothing,   the  gratters had his  jug   frilled   every  morning provided he   voted    right,  and he always voted right, so right  that he always returned home with  more than his  sessional  indemnity  in his clothes.    He   was  a  devout  man, a  pillar in   the  church,   but  prohibition was unheard   of except  the State  of  Maine,   and   it   was  generally believed that the   people  of the  rest   of   the   U.S.   dumped  their insane into   Maine.    Possibly  the hayseeds   were right.     Now it  costs a candidate over $7000 to run  in  Kootenay West.���������New Denver  Record.  Compulsory Co-Operation  VICTORIA, Dec. 2���������Permanent  solution of British Columbia fruit  growers5* marketing problems will  be_ sought at the. forthcoming session of the Provincial Legislature  along lines oE compulsory co opera  tion.  Fruit growers of the Okanagan  country are uniting now in an  effort to secure definite action during the session to put their marketing machinery in better order.  Their proposals, involving compul  sory co operation, are receiving  wide support and will be put to a  definite vote before the session is  over, it is understood.  In brief, it is proposed that in  any district where a substantial  majority of fruitgrowers favor the  formation of a co operative marketing organization the remainder  of  the growers there wouldy have to  join the movement, andysell their  fruit through the machinery, thus  created. This proposal was advanced a few years ago and was  favored by high officiEilsiof the de  apartment of agriculture, but in the  end the Legislature contented itself  with making it unlawful for fruit  buyers to attempt to buy fruit privately from any co-operative grower. '*���������'"���������  Since the scheme was firsb discussed, however, the gentiment of  many members of the House, formerly opposed to it, has changed.  Fruit men believe it will have a  good chance of passing at the coming session.  Conditions in the Okanagan  Valley this year, supporters of the  compulsory scheme declare, prove  clearly that nothing yHhort of their  proposal will effect a permanent  cure of the fruit men's problems.  As long as a minority of independent growers are allowed to sell fruit  anywhere, any time, and at any  price, the industry will never be on  a sound basis, it is contended.  At present, it is explained,   Canada is able to absorb about   75 "per  cent, of the Okanagan's apple crop.  The   other 25   per   cent,   must   be  marketed abroad,   most   of   it    in  Britain.    To   keep   the   Canadian  market from collapsing, the Associ  ated Growers,   the   big   Okanagan  co-operative organization, arranges  the shipment of large  quantities of  apples    to    Britain.    A    m.nority  group of independent growers, however, is able to glut  the   Canadian  market.and ship no fruit ^overseas,  it is   stated.    In    this   way    they  secure larger returns than   the co  operative   growers,    who.   do   not  . make as. much   on  their  overseas  shipments as on the fruit marketed  here.    The result is that the whole  industry   suffers,   the  co operators  declare. "  Unsatisfactory conditions will al  ways exist as long as a minority  group is able to smash the firm  market built up by the co operative  growers, it is argued. Only by  making co-operation general where  a great majority of growers desire  it, can the Legislature put the fruit  industry pn a firm basis, the co-  operators   affirm.  No law of compulsory co-opera  tion i ��������� in effect anywhere in  Canada, but legislation of this kind  has been tried with success in  Australia, supporters of the new  scheme state. They propose to  prevent injustice in their scheme  by establishing a large percent ge  majority as the basis on which  any district must declare for  operation.    That  is,  I* "'.  Creston Public Library will be  obliged to. stopjeirorking at the end  of the year* if more members do noi  join up than last year. S  There are at present only twenty  annual meihbers paying the full  subscriptoih of $2.00, and in two  cases $8,00 for a family biibscrip-  tion, while twelve people take out  two or three quarterlySubscriptions  of sixty cents per quarter.  These thirty- two subscriptions  only aniout to about $55.00, and  this amount cannot keep the  Library running with Insurance to  pay on the books, freight to Victor  ia on two hundred or more books  every time they are changed, a  Librarian's salary and a few minor  expenses besides.  The Library is very much appre  ciated tyy all who share in the  advantages of not only the reading  of light literature to pass away  many an otherwise dull and tedious  hour but the far greater benefit to  be derived from valuable works of  travel, biography, science and any  techi-ical works that may be desired by any member who asks for  any special book from^the Victoria  Library.  It is only a pity that so few of  the people of this* district prefer  to take advantage of the opportunity given them at such a low  cost, for they could borrow one  hundred books in the year -if they  wished for anly $2.00, and this is  about" all the reading that most  can manage to get through when  they li^ in a busy community  such as this.  Of the two books a week that  can be taken out, one could be for  the junior members of the family,  for there are some very fine  fairytale and other juvenile books  besides those for older boys and  girls. *  But aueh a Library cannot be  kept running without funds, even  though it is housed for nothing  through the kindness of one of our  store-keepers? Is it_toi_^be allowed  to drop after gix years or will  sufficient new ithembers come  forward before th e ehij of the' year  to enable it to'carry7oii again? " *  MRS. J. W: HAMILTON  Hunters in the Kihsptate cbuntry  have shot-two horses-belonging to Mr.  Birch in mistake for deer-already this  season,  *  The recent religious census at Crahbrook" shows > the town to have a  populsLtion ofy jilniost 3000, half of  which are minor's.  ~]Y .-y.-:   :AFor-j- -���������.:-. :-r.Y.:;. '���������-   A-  '-..a  Sing^EeSsons  .. xaifilyy :..* ������������������:'.-'���������'������������������" .;  ARTHUR COLLIS^ Creston  ...'-' --'. .---p^ok^6x^6.7.A- y"  1  It's nice to have a good working- knowledge of Badio���������  Bbut the, name Atwater Kent^ on your set makes such  ^knowledge   quite unnecessary.    There is ah   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.   'VV*e  invite  you  to   listen  in with  us.  ��������� . ��������� ' ... \  A variety of Models to select from.  Easy terms of  payment arranged  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   &    MAX\MELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  co-  thev measure  would not be brought into effect by  a bare majority vote of  the grow  ers.���������Vancouver Province.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY,   DEC.   12  WyNNDEL-U.O0 a.m.  WEST ORESTON���������8.00 p.m.  CRESTON���������7.30 p.m.  MS THAT m-AtmW&Tz0kWA&m&gOr~-  ��������� ������  Installed  in  Console Cabinet  made   by Mc Lagan.  Cannot be surpassed by anything in Radio.  Lower "prices and can give easy terms.  Will be pleased  to  have  you  call  in  and hear our machine any  evening.    Everything in Radio Batteries.  I  BEVAN'S GARAGE  DOMINION ELECTIONS ACT  ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY WEST  Ghs*i& it pits &&  ������ef  acre:  Summary of Return of Candidate's Expenses  There is below Bet out, ns required by Section 70 (5) of tho above Act, a  summary signed by tb-' official agorm of the retunn of election expenses made  to me by him"on behalf of K. H. GALE.'one of tho candidates at the recent  election of a membei to nerve in the House of Commons of Cumuli!, which paid  return ia on file at my office and mny, on payment of h fee of twenty cents, bo  there inspected and extracts taken therefrom at any reasonable time during'  the six months next after the 30th day of November, 1926, being the day upon  which the aaid return wm fuminhed to nie.  Dated at Nelson this 30th day of November, 1020.  W. H   HOUSTON,  Rotnminj? Officer for th*- Electoral District of Kootenay West.  Summary of Election Expenses of R. H. Gale ���������  KECEIPTH  Contributions, etc  ~ ���������  $ 811.18  Number of persona from whom r������*ceiyed ������.. ���������....  3  PAYMENTS                             4  C'nndtilfite'H perBonal expi-nm*-*   ��������� ,  Q5 KQO.QQ   '  Hire-of orjirui.-i*'.-!   ���������      2*a4I*!.f)0  ,  M..rvif-e������, ....::.     1HO.00 '  Travelling ex-ponRt'H. - ���������      252.50  Goods <"iipplie-l   _          21.20  AdverfciHing ���������      132.05  Total: -.    mWI.m  DELAYED ADM ITTKIi CJLAIMH  34 claim*-  ."���������.... _.:.. &m&.iO  [juU-l *..ia I"fi-1������  'al.*.. :i0lh dii-y f.r ?Jovcrr.b*������r, ������'������2f*.  WIIR! 1'. DAWKON, Official Agent.  Once again .the Christmas season is here. Have you thought of Gifts for relatives  and friends.'A useful gift is always ,', appreciated. Our stock is. selected to  -meet your requirements both in q*q^lity and price that is bound to please the  giver and receiver. * ..'���������*.  Hosiery���������We specialize in this line, including Silk, Silk and  Wool, and All Wool, for Men,  Wemon knd Children.  Handkerchief s���������F rom 4 0 cqnts .to $ 1.00.  cents to $1.50.    Ties, Slippers, Etc.  In '-boxes   50"  W*"l������ .. '  riji  Silks and Crepe De Chine in Black, White and  Colors.  ���������   -������������������        i  . All Silk Gloves, Sweaters, Fancy Blankets, Etc.  ��������� '������������������'-**.  * Agents for Penman's, Stanf ield and Jaeger.  'Groceries include .Fresh Fruits, Peel, Nuts,'Figs, Etc,  <\i  t  C^^^^Hk ^^^^^ AW^^^B&l ^^^S^^��������� ^^^^^^b 1  rtilO 1 U!  ERCANTILE COMPANY  LIMITED  IBffl  mm*m%m%m**tWmWm  KM-MMMt -4SK  'THE  CRESWTC  REYIEW  $  Toys  Books  Silverware  China  Kodaks  Chocolates^  Orthophonies  there was a large turnout of citizens  pay a last tribute of respect to a former ' citizen* Mi. McGonegal* having  resided in Creston from 1916 to 1919,  and while here w^seahjp foreman for  Belanger &,. M������.ii|c^ii;-,^t*ho  operated  itiixire taking out  Its  L.yda Johnson, Creston; Mrs._ Fred  Belanger; Cranbrook; JB. B. McFarlane, Richard Joyce, Harry Redmile,  teachers and children Kitchener school,  B.Johnson and family, Mrs. McGonegal and family.  in   a  four   months'  during  the  advertising  fruit  season  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK S  GEO. "H.. ZKMiaX  MINERAL.  FORM R  Certificate of Improvements  NOTIOE Of*APRUOATION  Jolly Boy, Bobcat and Bon-Ton Mineral  Claims, situate in the Nelson Mining  Division of West Kootenay.  Where located: On Iron Mountain, northwest-  *' erly from Kitchener. B.O.   "La-wful holder:  Charles Plummer fiilL of Victoria, B.C.*  Number of the holder's Free Miner's Certifl-  effete* N"Ob 2809-D  1 -TAKE NOTICE that 3L. G. A. 14. Young Free  Mider's Certificate No. 69084-C, acttog as agent  for the said Charles Plummer Hull, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Becorder for Certificates or Improvements for.the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of the above claims.    '      \7 .-._ ������4.  And farther take notice that action, under  Section 85 of the Mineral Act. nrast be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates  of Improvements-  Dated this 2lBt day of October, A.*Df 1926.  MINERAL.  AFORMf?  Certificate of Improvements  NOTIOE OjP ARPUOATJOkV  ��������� *    ; *  Vermilion, Kootenay Warriort and Old  ' Chief Mineral Claims, sitaate in the  Nelson'  Mining   Division    of   West  Kootenay.'  Where located: On Iron Mountain, northwesterly" from Kitchener. B.C. Lawful holder:  Charles Plummer Hill of Victoria, B_0.  Number of the holder's Free Miner's Certi  cato: No. 2809-D. __  TAKE NOTIOE that I. G. A. M. Young, Free  Minor's Certificate No. GSO&i-CVacting as agent  for the said Charles Plummer Hill, intend sixty  days from the date hereof to apply to the Mining Rocorder for Certificates of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of.  the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 85 of tho Mineral Act, must bo com-.  ��������� taepced before tho issuance ot such Cortiflcate  of improvements. _ "  Dated this 21st day of October, AD. IBM.  Local and Personal  Gall and see the collection of Christmas pot plants now on sale at Cook's  Greenhouse.  'Archie Davis of Kamloops; who has  been in charge   of  government   telephone liue upkeep during^ a months'  vacation by lineman   Dblf Weir, left-  for home on Monday.  Hurrah, gang, let's go. Dance in  in the Parish Hall on Friday evening,  December 17th, at nine o'clock. Best  of music. $1 per couple; gents 75c,  supper extra. Creston. "Valley Recreation Club.  Percy Edwards of Fort Vermilion.  N.W./r.t *vho has been here on a few  weeks* Vieifc with his sister. Mrs. Herb  Christie, left for the coast on Monday.  Mrs. Christie accompanying him as  far -as Nelson,,  J. B. Palmer of Treherne, Manitoba,  is spending a few days here this week,  on his return from attending the funeral of his father, the late M, R. Pal  tner, at Nelson, and is the guest of his  brother, A. L. Palmer.  Major Coulson, former forestry  ranger at Cranbrook, spent a few  days here last week, the. guest of  Capt. Oatts. B. A. StCIair, who last,  year occupied the post of district forester for the Kootenays has been  transferred to Victoria, and is succeeded by Col. Melrose.  extensively, at  fence posts.  _ -. *"      ���������-. ^���������"���������'^^77' ZCJ *Z "t *"  Miss V. E. Vic'fe'eisJ^bo has been  vice-principal of. Ci-eston public school  for the past four >yea rsi has resigned  that 'position, and," will be leaving  when school closes for the Christmas  vacation on the 17th. The trustees  are advertising for a successor. Miss  Vickers has been an exceptionally  .successful teacher.���������'in Division 2 and  {her departure will. be'regretted by  both parents and pupils.  Jos. Adlard, Who has been here the  past ten days disposing of household  effects and lpokiog after other business  interests, left at the first of the week  for-his -new home   at  Burnaby.    He  has always been active in movements  affecting the   orchard   industry,   and  the past few years has been prominent  in board of trade ..wo^kas well as the  conduct of Trinity United Church and^  Sunday school, and will   certainly be  missed in this community.  * The badminton players had the first  practice of. the season on Tuesday  night at the Parish Hall, and another  on Thursday-evening, both of . which  were welly attended. The complete  equipment for the game is now on  hand and y as soon as the holiday  festivltives are'oyeiva regular sbedule  of afterhoon and'evening play will be  arranged. There'is still room for a  few more players ar.d memberships  c^n be taken out with Principal Mc-  Lellan, G. Greenwood or W. R. Long.  liovers of dramatic entertainment-twill be plelised to hear of the even ing  the Anglican Young-People's Associa-  tldirare having atthe Parish Hall on  Monday, Decembferyi3th. when three  plays are -to he presented, 'including  '"Apartments to ���������'Let/* "A Merry Muddle," and "A Doctor's -Mistake." The  young - people have given faithful  attention..to rehearsals and a very  "fine time is assured. The admission is  35 and 25 cents. Vocal numbers., will  also figure- in the evening's programme, which starts  at   8   prompt.  There was almost a full, turnout *>f  shareholders of Cieston Reclamation  Company, Limited, for the annual  J meeting on Monday night, which was  in charge o'f-PresidentC O. Rodgers.  Tne chief business was the election of  directors for the ensuing year, with  the following chosen by acclamation:  O. W. Allah, C. F* Hayes, Geo. John-  son.H S. McCreath and S. A. Speers.  and at a directors meeting after the  business of the annual session was  ended C. F. Hayes was named: president; G. .Johnson, vice-president; and  S. A. Speers, secretary-treasurer.  Shareholders were unanimous that  splendid progress has been made, bat  no further annoucments can be made  until such time us consent is given to  divert the Goat River into the Kootenay, which matter will be taken up  by the comptroller of water rightf any  time after December. 12th.  MEWS OF KOOTENAYS  The smelter at Trail is likely to still  further increase the scope^of its operations by putting in a plant to refine  antimony. *  The Associated Growers spent $33.-  campaign  this year.  Cranbrook trustees are getting est*  imates on the probable cost of a new  eight or ten room high school, with  auditor inm.  Thirteen names were added to the  membership roll of the United Church  at Yahk at a communion service on  Sunday last.  B.C. For "Garros Syndicate at Revel  stoke is busy fencing in 190 acres five  miles south of the city for a muskrat  farm.   It is mostly   marsh  land   and  lake.      ���������   V-   ' __  mtrnm LW      ' -        -       . *���������__��������� 0  mmwm^m '      j���������W^WW es^^^g^ffj^ MS*^  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  {connection  Am MirabeSH  Shoe and Harness Repairing  Creston Valley Stockbreeders executive-was in session on Saturday  afternoon to wind up some business in  connection with the 1026 hay cut. It  is reported the association is formally  protesting the dyking of the flats by  the Creston Reclamation Company,  Limited, on,the score that the land is  needed for haying and grazing purposes; '  Attention is directed to the annual  meeting of Creston fire brigade which  is to be held nt the council ch timber  next Tueadny evening, December  14th, at 8 o'clock. This is an orguniza  tion that the village cannot get along  without nnd .it is hoped the citizens  will show their appreciation of tho  fact by being out for the yearly  meeting.  The funeral of the late Erwin McGonegal of Kitohener .took place nt  Oreetou on   Saturday   morning,   nnd   v.-"  ���������.  y      "'  j"   .  *  CORPORATION OF THE  s.       ' ���������  The Annual Meeting of tho Fire Brigade will be  Municipal Building* on TUESDAY, DECEMBER  14, 1926, at "Eight o'clock jp.m. All ratepayers  interested in Fire Protection, and tlio weliare of  the town, are cordially invited to attend the  meeting. s <���������  MATTHEW VOTMC, Fire Chief.  Death of Em McGonegal  Death removed one   of  Kitchener's  best    known   citizens   on   Thursday  afternoon last in the passing of Erwin  McGonegal, proprie tor of the McOon-  nell Hotel.    Deceased was 89 years of  age  atid.'jWiis  a   native   of   Flower  Station, Ontario; corning west  at   an  early age and following "woods   work  for many   years  at   points  in   East  "Kootenay.   He wag,,atT Creston from  1016 to 1010 with Belanger & Mangan,  coriiing to. Kitchener the tatter year  to.take the position of woods foreman  for the  now Continental Lumber  &  Pole ICompany,   Limited,   and     two  years later taking chaise of   tho  Mc-  Connell   Hotel.     The /"funeral  -.took  pluc.* on Saturday   to   Creston   cemetery with a large company of friends  making the trip to pay a last tribute  of respect, and Rev. Bi% Daly perform-.  Ing tho last Sod rites.   The pallbearers  were Carl Anderson, Sam Littiejohn,  Jack Hanson, yW.-yo.   "Davis, 'Elmer  Blair nnd iljarry 1-t.odmile.   Deceased  had taken an active pint in the community life of Kitchener, having served    ns    trustee   almrist   since   ^hc  .opening of the school some eight yeare  ago.   He is  survived by :a wife nnd  two,daughters. Vera and Hazel, who  will have the sincere sympathy df all  In their sad   bcre^viuuiit,    Amougat  those   sending   floral   remembriu-ccii  were:   Mr. nnd Mrs. G. A. Hunt nnd  Clara,   Mr. and   Mtifc������- Joe  -Lutigloli-,  Mr. and Mrs. E, W.  Puyne, Oreston?  Mr. and Mrs. Jus. Carr. Creston;   Mr.  and Mrs. A. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. P.  D.    Thomas, ���������Mr.   {ind   Mrs. N.  Devlin. Mr. and Mrs. E. DrlKU,  Mi  Y IKE any other good thing, good beer has  "*���������"' a character* and it is this��������� ���������*'���������..������������������  TKe flavor should be "clean" and free from yeastiness,  ���������with an apparent but not over-pronounced hopr aroma  of a delicate character. It should be free from sweetness; "drinkfi-V' with a.distinctive bite on the palate.  ���������   "      - ' f  It should carry a firm, creamy head. Above all, it  should have a brilliancy .or appearance that immediately  attracts  and ..delights   the   eye  of  the  discrimimting.  Beer made for-dip people of British Columbia  by the Amalgamated Breweries has these     ���������  characteristics. It is a good, pure beer.  Order a Case Today  From a Government  Store  Amalgamated Breweries of British Columbia,  in wliich are associated Vancouver Breweries  Ltd.. Rainier Brewmg Co. of Canada. Ltd.,  Westmimter   Brewer?  Ltd.,  Silver   Spring  Brewery   Ltd.,  Victoria  Phoeoia  Brewing Co. Ltd.  2  This adyertisemeat is not published or displayed by the L.iq>  Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia..  To Send Money  use the Money Orders  sold at all branches of this  Hank*  They .are safe, cheap and  convenient, and^ are  readily cashed in all parts  of the world* ������  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CApital Pftld Up $20,000000.  ~ Vond $20,000^)00  Creston Branch  XK, T. Scrlmgcour, Manager  mmmsmmm  m%mm*W\m  P  BURNS & CO., Ltd.  ,���������"** ���������    a.  1  s  P.  K.������-'  ba  i  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  ..   ^   An economical dish, eaay toilerve. v     *'  Shamrock Brand! HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  ���������������_ t*i  Government prrmded, hip heat quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.   ,  Choicest BEEb> PORK, MUTTON. VEAL, LAMB  BbkNS* IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  Iticreattseti -egg production and produceu better -pniiliry.    Buy the'bont, THE   BJBIV^ B.   a  ���������**���������  Children's Golds  Ara'bert treated ������x-  torn������l!y. Chock them  ���������vemlfbt ���������without  " dosing" by rubol������B  "Vtcko over throat aad  che fat et bedtlm*.  VICKS  W Vas>oRu9  WORLD HAPPENINGS  Immigration     And      Balanced  Production  By  C. W.  Peterson  Professor F. "Alexander Guthier, 50,  president ot" ihe University of Jena,  Germany, committed suicide. No rea<  son is assigned for his act.  Britain is now exporting motor cars  to the Dominions at the rate of 21,000  a year. In 1923 the number of cars  exported "was only 5,000.  Seven hundred and . seventy-eight  ���������women shoplifters have been caught,  in the last five years by Miss Gertrude  Hunter, a detective employed in one  of London's largest department stores.  After cruising three days with, a  pirate crew, the Chinese steamer Hsin  Fung arrived at Hong-Kong, the  pirates having fled on the approach of  aeroplanes.  Frank " "Tex" McLeod, 41, well  known as a rider and roper at western rodeos in the United States and  Canada, was killed near Bynum, Mont.,  when his automobile overturned. He  had driven hut a few times and-apparently lost control of the car. He was  alone at the time. ���������>.  New Discovery  Kills Catarrh Germ  Gives Quick Relief  Xasal catarrh, clogged nostrils, obstinate and annoying- head colds, dull headaches, buzzing hoad noises���������no matter  how bad���������now yield almost instantly to  the amazing power of Geero Wormwood  13alm. A delightful, clean and pleasant  home treatment,' positively harmless to.  the most delicate tissues, bnt powerful  enough to break up congestion, allay inflammation and kill germs -within a few*  minutes. Your throat and nasal passages  are cleaned like magic���������you breathe freely  and easily as nature intended���������and your  dull old head feels clear and clean.  To prove that this is absolutely true  and '-to auickly introdiicte the treatment  to thousands of catarrh sufferers who  need it���������all druggists are now authorized  to supply Geero "Wormwood Balm, on a  strict guarantee of swift and full satisfaction or money back! No matter how*  many treatments you have used without  success���������if you really want to be freed  from catarrh, don't miss this opportunity  to try Geero "Wormwood Kalm without  .slightest  risk  of cost unlesa pleased  wiih  Every now and then objections are  raised to policies liaving for their object an, increase in Canada's population, on the grounds that we have not  yet completely solved our industrial  unemployment problem and, therefore, should. nc)t add to our present  difficulties. Such objections are based  on a complete misapprehension. They  would undoubtedly be valid in fully  developed, overpopulated countries,  but that line of reasoning cannot consistently be applied to a new country  like Canada. One family placed on a,  farm will create employment for from  one to two additional families in our  towns through its own: consumption ot  commodities, machinery arfd the like  and through producing the raw material of Urban industry,  The recent European war and its  aftermath brought home to the world  a multitude of strange economic facts,  many of them as old as the hills, but  up to that time wholly unrecognized.  One of the outstanding lessons taught,  mankind was that there is absolutely  no limit to the amount of work to be  done in this world, ojr to the amount  of business to be developed. The truth  is that over-production is inconceivable. The purchasing power of every  country lies in its own power of production and the more each eountry  prodiices, the greater may be its trade  with other countries, and the more  they all produce together, the greater  the variety of comforts anda necessities  availablle for the world's population.  We have not even approached within  measurable distance of satisfying rea,-.  sonable human wants leave alone over  supplying them.   ...  What Canada, and many ether countries, has suffered from during recent  years, and what has given rise to general unemployment, is not over-production, hut -unbalanced production.  While Canada's population has been  unequally distributed, our aggregate  working force has been, and. still is,  vastly below our minimum national requirements. . With millions of acres of  the world's richest agricultural lands  lying idle and undeveloped, and the  world clamoring for food, it is paradoxical to harbor an unemployment  problem. Widespread unemployment  under 'feuch conditions is prima facie  evidence of bankrupt statesmanship  in so far as sufficient intelligence and  energj- has not been -fecussed on the  solution of a problem which obviously  lends itself ,.to    correction    by    well  Sttjl ������i \01 ri ������ fr 3L?M? A  Z7'B^qs:-:Mrici':G'\:r}:������7Z  Z77YAAAAA\iXG&'OlykZAyZx:.  zzscommsz  EMULSION  lMS&&-$'*~���������  **���������"     Secret Desires Of Rbyalty  lf In Other People's Shoes Wj?at They  Would Do . **  One of the weaknesses - of Royal  personagese'is ..to confide lo intimate  friends what they would most like to  do if they were in other person's  shoes.  King George, incognito, would prefer to attend a horse race, and mingle  witth the^crowd. ������  Queen IViary would, ride on top of a  London bus, all day long.   -   . ���������  King Albert of Belgium, would  travel in foreign lands and do-a great  deal -off fly Ing.  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Tlir.1:".iii/Ji in r-vrry Pra,vin',������ liav������ la.itifa/ij  ll.al nulrurl i,i la^ipir pill-", wcailt 41 ,i'l t i if'l I bin  Dijcovory k,'ir/r llf.-rii tmr.wrA vitality.  All r>r%itrul*.t������  In ..iiher ^������*;.l ot t������ikl������l tortn.  \v.  n;;.ai  Tlil-', Is one of 2'X mii������'iiillf'i''iit *('|yda"Kiliih- mIiiIHoii.s ulih-h urrivoil rtM-i'iiHy  om'iIh- ArKlioi-fjotiiilcI'-'.on  fr*-|**.-;lit������'i* (.urnila til MouJri.*;il, Thoy worn none this  'Vfll.-1'    IVj*     11 * * r I j."    |o������jJL; ^fil   VOVUJ<l*    frolll    <JlilfiKOW,   hill.   WITH   IHltlltlBlltHllc   OVlH'  I'ftttrii' ii-nhoi*'' !>f;jtlii. TIiIm v lilfumni oi' pitri'-l������r*f*������I Iioihoh wiih brought over  hy () C. I'iti, r������r rM<*li|in, .'-".I'-'ltritflH'wan, whi'io I hr-y :iro now i-vplorhtp; ilioir  n<w   I'r.ilrli*   lioino * .  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A  Vran Trial Troatmont, ouoiiKh for  10 tiny*", worth 7R<", will ho nniit I*"rf*n  to any *niff*-rlnw: wtinism wlio will  wtul mo hor ndclrOilM, ���������.  lii--lonn :t HtiimMN and artdreiin, Mrn. LytllulAV. Lndd. Pept. SI, WJridnor. Out,  Sold by U������ndlna Oruaal"*'* Everywhera.  5 a  -I  '���������J  t'l  Ml  ���������MihilWiJi'iiii^'illllij^^  tMMMfllMMitltNa^^  Jmmmmmn THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    C.  Blemishes and Irritations  / Quickly disappear  i  When Cuticura is used. Bathe  ���������with' tlie-" Soap aad hot water, dry  gently and, anoint with t"he, Ointment. This treatment not only  soothes and heals unsightly and  annoying pimples, rashes, a n.d  skin irritations but tends.to prevent  such conditions'. ***,,    -^   '  Bainple Each Ytea by Mail. Address Canodisn  Depot: "SUahwue.-fctd., IScntresJ." Price.Soap  26c. Ointment 26 and 60e. Talcum 25e.  Cuticura. Sba-vina Stick 25c.  A Plea For Happiness  ^__p-_B-<i_____,,___ -.  Late Senator David Writes a  Sermon  -r    * in His Will  Interesting it its self revelation Ms  the will of the late Senator David���������  "literary. man of first excellence in  Canada," who died recently.  "I must include my sons-in-law in  the statement I 'make regarding my  children: I thank, them for the sympathy and kindness they have always-  shown toward me and which I ha^ve  been happy, to find in the house I am  passing the last year of my life.  "To all members of gmy family I  make a request for mutual aid, for  life in peace and harmony. Happiness  on earth consists in great part in giving happiness-to those with whom one  lives, in heing able to excuse andypar-  don offences, often insignificant and  done without malice- in a moment of  irritation, in conquering pride, mastering feeling. Who does not need to he  pardoned? Who never makes -mistakes?"  Thief!   Is What  He  Calls. Headache  Brooklyn. Mr. Richard A. Davidson writes���������"A headache is jf'thief, be-  . cause if I figured up the number of  days I was unable to do iny best work  on_account of a sick headache, it would  amount to hundreds of dollars. I have  found the best relief for sick headache  is Carter's kittle Liver Pills. They  have rarely failed to clear my attacks  and they tone up my stomach and  howels in fine shape."  Chronic sick headache is many times  irregular bowel- movement. Try Carter's Little 7L������iver Pills. Druggists, 25  and. 75c red packages.  *  ^veJdveMiiT^oJBie flapper you know]  Copyright 1925by n.������,.G&XE>������  a4& _.    '       ... '      -mm.      ���������  .        m ���������     __���������      '���������        .        mm*  ".__  Published by. arrangement with   First   National   Pictures,   Inc.  CHAPTER XVI.���������Continued  As Yvonne moved through her  rooms, with a word here and a nod  there,' her-eyes sought a single face.  When 'she failed to find It she 'spoke  to the butler who stood at the post in  the reception hall. The "man gave  her the information she sought.  >'Mr. Brandon has just arrived, Madame:" " - **, -  She went at once, stopping only  for a subtle challenge to a ju(V~-e wno  that day had delivered from his bench,  a heavy homily upon the frailty of a  modern mother, to a door that led off  froth-theyr^^ptionyhalt -.yinfco, ayy t3n"j*_  roohr;-iWhmhy; Waiter :-; the __C&ntinkbtal  fashion, :?-s.heT Called : a morning room;  reserved tor her owa exclusive use.  Brandon stood by a cabrffet w-ith a  siphon and glass in his hands. He  turned to greet her. ���������.*'.-    .  She went directly up to him/ He  gave her an intimate glance, that not  only appraised her, hut estimated  every artifice of her. Foi* an instant  she swayed toward him, yielding, expectant. But she read in his face that  he would not take her iu his arms.  She was' immediately ��������� self-possessed^  . Gayly she fluttered, her fingers across  Ther own lips and then touched them,  iif&tly, to his. "Am I pleasing to my  lord?" she demanded, dropping him a  mock  curtesy.    _  "That's an idle pretense, that_ question,"   he  replied,   "What   you "really  want to know israre you tempting." .  - "A, woman never   asks    that/'    she  returned. "She needs ho help to satisfy any such curiosity." ;      . -,,;;.  "I fancy that point might he argued./'  ho observed, "but we will compromise.  "You are very beautiful, which pleases  me, and very alluring, which gratifies  you.^"\Vhat* more shall either, of us  desircr?" "     ** ������i     -"���������  Some quick" reply, ' perhaps ^a7 reminder of some sort, hovered at her  lips, but died;: unspoken. "Nothing  else," - she \said, /'and:; thank  you.    irLwith her," he said, indicating a young  strains, of dance mUsic floated down  from an orchestra hidden on a miniature" balcony^ that, crowned one end  of the high ceilinged room reaching  off on either side from the' upper  landing of a broadyliandsome stairway  that sloped down majestically into the  drawing room 'itself. "A woman always looks hery" best when she Is-  descending a stairway," was one of  Yvonne's pet .assertions; ������>he had had  this ..one especially -- built into her  house. -     ���������   .  At the fringe ot the dancing crowd  in the larger room Dorminster and Roddy Kenilworth talked together both  men searching the, throng of guests  for .their hostess. Lord Teddy spied  heiy and Brandon, immediately. Both  asked for Joanna whenythey had hur-.  vied to; pay .their compliments. "A  little patience," Yvonne remonstrated.  And she admonished ~ them: "There  must be no stealing her away for selfish confidences. J want her to know  everyone, ytonight."N  Brandon; touched her arm. "Here  i������ someone who will make his own  rules,   perhaps,  about  an hours*, alone  dance. Already women who shouldn't  drink champagne,' and men who insisted that they do, were giving hints  of the effects -pt it. .But, as .unexpectedly as the music had subsided, there  was a general 'commotion, and then  a hush. The four men, John among  them, stepped through the palm  flanked doorway and into the. larger  room. Yvonne, completely beautiful,  a striking figure in the.-shimmer of  her black and the spaikle of the diamonds at her throat, stood a few steps  up on the stairway. Her voice,. silvor  tinkling in it, floated over the assemblage���������the assemblage of those who  were good and not so good.:  "My friends," she called to them,  "I am in a_ daring mood tonight. Just  how, and why;, some of you\wiil determine quickly. I am about to present  to you something that is very fragile,  and new, and fresh, and something  ���������eager to be shaped- into the best fashions of the day. It is just a girl whom  I have taken veVy close to me and who  thinks that she should be like me.  Some of you Will disagree with her,  and, perhaps, plan to make her different. Others will have* ideas of their  own. I commend her, to all of you���������  and am curious to know, whether It  shall be you, or her, who profits  most."  She raised her jeweled hand, while  the murmur of wondering voices grew,  and gave a signal.  (To be* continued)  Keep your horses working with  "SPOHN'S." Standard-rem.  ���������ay for 32 ������ears for Dltteio&er.  Strangles.  Influenza, Coughs and  order trom~ua.*Firo slzosj^tvxza Bind* j  ���������mall.   Write ffx itme booklet oa. mVmtmmmm. !  Sf-OHH M������Dfe_H^C0.D39t 23 SOSHIH, IHO. I  HOUSES,  *vjyiE5!  'a.".*'^*.-     ...      ' *'.  Docsi  Mafees  ���������dish'Bs--.  ���������is*-  StC 24-26  _____ Helps For Thh W������k  THIS MOTHER  BUD DAUGHTER  IS WELL  .1  Mrs. Parks Tells How Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  N     Restored Her Daughter's  Health  Toronto, Ontario. ���������'"M-/ daughter  is 16 now and haa been an invalid ever  "I since she was. six  [months old and .  ���������Has boon compelled to remain  out of school the  iri.eaterypart of  the time. We havo  tried different  kinds of medicine,  hut  none helped  her much.    I had.  taken Jjjrdin E.  Pinkham's Vago-  _ *Jtablo Compound  when I wan run-down, and it had  helped mo ao much that I thought it  might help her at this time. Sho haa  pained over sinco she began taking  it. She attendaachool every day now  and goes r-*l_a"Hngv nnd doc*" other out-  of-door sports. I recommend thia  medicine to any ono who ia run-down  nnd nervous and weak."-��������� Mra.PATiKS,  10(3 Bond Street, Toronto, Ontario.  T.ydin   E.   Pinkham's   Vcpfctablo  Compound is a dependoblo medicine  tor young women's trouhlco. ���������*.  For sale hy druggists everywhere, c  vv. n. i. iti&a  I have 'done my own attractions justify. p^haps_,; you will .agree that i  have>ydohe "ovemymore���������that 1 :have  xnadey two women'; beautiful, tonight,  for'i your } satisfaction."  "You mean the girl, or course. But  her?" . '��������� ��������� .  She looked, up at him., steadily..She  spoke softly. There was no trace of  "bitterness, c*r\ even accusation, in her  tone, but there was something feline  in it. "I believe you are going, to tear  this girl to pieces, if you can. Whether it is because you do not approve  the bizarre.method someone has used  tci lift her up, and you merely want to  pull her down, I don't know. I think  there is something stronger than that  iu your mind. But I am of the opinion,  my dear, that it won't be so easy!"  When she paused, she turned away  from him slightly. There was a tinge  of color in her pale cheeks. .. .**'  "You are absurd," Brandon said  evenly. "And, I think, just a bit  piqued. It is a delightful" mood. If one  of us.���������sliould make the girl unhappy,  I fancy it is more likely to be you  than 1."  She gave him a bright smile. The  color had gone from her cheeks, and  she was taunting again. "Now you arc  accusing mo of the possibility of jealousy. I'm never jealous my friend.  Not, evon, for you. I served you willingly in luring her' into my keeping.  Teddy-Dorminster and Rod-Jy Kenilworth already are devoted to" hor.  Teddy has assured mo he's Willing to.  trade all his married women, in ono  grand bunch for her. And Roddy declares that she is moro refreshing  than champagne. So you must admit  I'm generous���������two of my devotees already aro at hor feot. And you nro  libvoring about them.   I shall���������-"  She paused. For some reason sho  decided, suddenly, to' both light a cigarette and point toward tho cabinet  whero glasses and bottles wore. "A little wlno, plcaso," sho eomiimndod  When lie had brought her.glass ho  suid:  "You were about to say Homel-hln.*;  Interesting. Finish it."*  "1 was 'about to add that probably  1. shall learn some things 1 4-oally  want to know, becauao of Joanna, but  they will bo Intorestlng. Conw. It is  tlmo bIiq mado hor ontrance. Everybody has had just enough to drink  to fully appreciate her."  Together thoy panned Into the ro-  ceptiou- foyer.   Through tho wide ilung  liinoiN,   in   whii-h    ������-ai������uirt    .v-;i������j   b.4.uk������..:il,  man, who had just delivered his hat  and coat-to the doorman and who, evidently ,-a -stranger in a strange house,  seemed, not to know what to do with  himself. '-  *  Yvonne did. not know the new  corner, and looked at him curiously.  Like the other men, he was in evening  clothes^ .but in his- manner was that  intangible something which betrays  the one* whose full dress Is only an  occasional ceremony. . Always quick  with her appraisals Yvonne decided in  a flash that the stranger would not  be one, if he were cornered, with  whom a woman might safely play.  She was amused with herself, however, for admitting such an idle reflection, and. puzzled by it.  Brandon, who had greeted the other,  brought him to her for presentation.  "Mr% Wilmore," he said. "You haye  heard me, aud, no doubt, Miss Manners speak of him."  "Yvonne, with characteristic impulse, gave him both her hands, a gesture which brought a flush into his  face. Her* voice and smile were warm.'  "This would be John," she said. "You  sec Ihavc only heard Joanna call you  that. She has been very eager for  your coming. Sho is just about to  make her first appearance."  John plainly was ill at ease. He  had. expected Joanna to bo waiting for  hlmf and for him alono. He was not  prepared for this sort of introduction  into hor new surroundings. Brandon  chatted with him easily, and brought  up .Kenilworth and Dorminster. "Thoy  havo both begun to be amusing to  Miss Manners-,'* Brandon explained.  "So far, wo aro hor main circle of do-  pendents."  | Tho music that camo down from  tho balcony suddenly died away,'leaving a confusion of Voices that ends a  Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good.���������Rom. xii. 21.  The common   problem,   yours,   mine,  every one's.  Is not to fancy what were fair in life,  Provided it could be, but finding first  What may be, then find how to make  it fair.  *        ...���������-Robert Browning.  This world is a world of men, and  these men are our brothers. We must  not banish from us������the divine breath;  we must love. & Evil must be conquered by good; and before all things,  one must keep a pure conscience. -  ���������Henri Frederic Amiel.  f-  Plans South Pole Expedition  Steamer, whaler and a Dernier airplane will be used by an expedition  headed by jAntonip Pauly, an Austrian, in efforts to reach  the  South*  ������������������':������������������     / ���������::���������,���������*"..-.  Pole within a few months. .Pauly said  that the expedition Vill sail from  Buenos Aaires on November 15.  FOR  "Cholera  MOTHERS SHOULD USE  ^g^ti^isi^'i  Thia valuable preparation haa been  en tho market for over 80 years, and  has no equal for offsetting the vomith  ing, purging* and diarrhoea of cholera;  infantum. .������������������,' *  vPut up only by The T. Milbura Co,  Limited, .Toronto, Oat.  GIRLS AND WOMEN  NEED RICH BLOOD  This Lady Found Dr. Williams*  Pink Pills a Friend Indeed  Just because she is a woman there  are  times w^ien every  woman heeds  help  and  strength in  the  form of a  blood-building tonic.  To thousands of girls and women  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have proved  a blessing because they enrich tne  blood, give strength and. restore tone  to the aching nerves. The anaemic girl  .who is languid and pale, vthe wife  whose hack feels like breaking; the  matron whose health fails as she  reaches middle age���������for all such sur-  ferers Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are invaluable because ill--health in -girls  and. women is usually caused by poor  blood or insufficient blood. These  pills have proved a blessing to thousands of others, why hot you? At  various stages of life Mrs.- G. R. Lake,*  Walton, N.S., has proved the value  of Dr. /Williams* Pink Fills. She says.  ���������-"I first used - these pills when a  young girl, for it,-is during the *teen  age when nature calls upon every bit  of the reserve strength we have,' that"  we need their rejuvenating help. - li  was then I found Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills a. "friend indeed. And again, now  that the1'girlhood stage is past and t  am a mother of four children, subject  to all the cares and worries of the  home, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is, the  only tonic I take to keep up my health  and* strength, and they have * never  failed me. Should any ailing girl or  weary mother, due to my advice try  these pills, I know-they, will find, them  as equally good as I have done."  You  can  got  these  pills   from   any  medicine dealer or by mail at 50 cents  a  box   from' The Dr.  Williams   Med-  i iclne Co., Brockville. Ont.  Is Kept Fairly Busy  B.C.  Recent  Editor    Apologizes . for  Delay In Publishing  Tho. most ambitious and hardworking newspaper man in the world has  been discovered in the northern parts  of British Columbia. A note In tho Interior News, published at Smithers,  apologizes for a short delay m the appearance of a recent number of the  journal, The editor x qualifies the  enormity of the offense by remarking  that it is not always easy to got tho  papor out when you come to consider  that ho is also on tho oxecutivo of tlie  Board of Trado, tho Athletic Associa-  tion, tho Public Hall and a member of  tho Town Council���������to say nothing of  hla dutloa nn ticcrolury of the Fall  Fair Und about half u dozen other  tilings. j  Ilo-then naivply remarks that in j  four yearn ilie paper has been late'  twice. Tho first time was duo to a j  failuro in tho pressos, and tho other I  tlmo lie attiibutt-n ,to "sheer lasliu's.*-." :  No wonder wo art* *.t gr<.-u uuh*. .  "Sterling" means a coin of true  weight, and is derived from the "Kast-  orllngs," German traders who coined  pure money In England in the thirteenth century.  HURT?  ,  Ease the pain with Xllhard's. It  relieves Inflammation soothes  and heals.  ���������aMMMMMMMM*  m\    ' ^^^^^^^^mmmWtmm\\wm\w^^^^^^^ _^m\0  BAD BREATH ?  Don't offend your friends. Get  ������t the cause���������sweetes. the stomach and make bo-wcl-i active with  \l*Sf*wl fl m mr ^mfW   6C3 wSfl    %9        w.  i!!SBJ-*BfcS B^9  For St erne eh End Over���������tSc  For years Mother Graves*' Worm!  Exterminator haw ranked as ti reliable,  worm preparation and It always main-!  tains Its  reputation. \  Don't think because a jud^o in small ;  (lint ha isn'L a lliu'-iniposing man.        j  Keep Mlnard'a Liniment In the house. !  THI NEW FUBNOH REMEDY.  THERAPION NO. 1  ~ JB      RgpQ QtlM   Ej^' ff^L   BrilV E ff^^B^AiB      ^WiM 11 Jr  "T"UIK?K>_l1t C_IM_r-1hlil W*\t% *3t  M    m   SI ^^^. D^L^^& "j*********'* IRfllfg    Higl K9m ^Tlp  Ma. 1 foi* -Ma-tdMr Cn'-u-rn. *������.s tor Blood *  Hklu l>li_������������.������a������*. U������."������ lar ChroiiloWwxklnmttHwa.  ���������aM4 t>rl������������������.-''-*������ Cksoilaln.or������lih������r N a.***������"rniuli ������r������n������  ������)*.l.������Ci ������������a"_|,i.Ca ll������w*r������t.vl_ PA. N.W lal.nndoa  ������M Mill Ml.������t> Uavht .>������'���������������.-������ (���������-' aiM.HOi. Irnm  Mm **OUt StUBSr K-J-. XOHOrUO, Vut., t,U*������^  ^mmttimmmmmimim^m  tmm  w������uM..i>;.,i_l_Wwii.'J THE CRESTON JREVHSW  *,  %,;  Local and Personal  Fob,-Sale���������Baby, sleigh   $3 50.    Enquire Review, Office.  Toy Ford Cars, toy violins and saxa-  phones for sale at V. Mavvson's,  ������_.  Wanted���������Milch cow in full milk, or  due to tret-hen soon.    W. Trnscott;,.  ,      Por SAX.E���������N<>.  10  Del^ydl  Cream  -separator,"   in    good'  shape.      Boffey  .Bros.. Crt-ston.  Christmas Cake  4 riip-^f-iisfar. .  8 ������"������ip-* melted huiter.  4 cups inolrtsseis,  2 -n*������ps sweet milk.       /  10 eir^s-  2 teaspoons soda.  2 tej������sp<*ons ejich Hnrmmon,' cloves,  allspice.  2 nutmegs.  8 nips FIVE ROSES flour.        .  3 pounds raisins. ...    ���������_. .  2 poiUMls ������iiri*=iiits.  1 pi>u������d*mix������td P*''-l-  1 pound ch<"p|"*"d mit<".  .. 7.  Bake in slow oven.      r.':"''  IF voit want an Ai Christrhas;Oake  the ahove   receipe ea.niio'^  he ex  celled, and  this stoie carr.supply  all the ingredients. * ..  Yon can make no mistake in doing  your sh<>p-)ii]{_r at tlie Co Op. We  have no old stoek-^-our new  ^tore w������s only opened for hirsi  ness late this summer���������and he  assured that when it is possible  to sell higher quality goods well  sell them.  For your Chsistmas Baking om  stock.of the goods you will require  is complete���������  Fob Rent���������Small house for rent,  $5 per month.    Apply A.   N. Coulipg.  Mrs. Green of Cranhrook was &  weekend visitor with Mr. and Mrs. C.  B. Twigi;.  L.loyd Couling has been added to the  staff at the Speers' store for the Christinas rush. _������������.:.  Miss Lyda Johnson is a visitor with  Cranbrook friends this week, leaving  on Monday.  Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Speers got back  on. Thursday from a short visit with  jriends in Spokane.  Boh Maxwell of the Premier Garage, is a Spokane visitor this week,  leaving on Saturday,  Mrs. T. Mawson is spending a few  davs this week with friendf in Cran-  brook, leaving on Monday.  -.Christmas tree decorations in colored and* fancy decorated paper, at  Oreston Drug ���������& Bookstore,  Fob Sale���������Practically new incubator. 60-egg capacity, - "j5l0r- brooder  included.    Enquire Review Office,  Fob SAI.E���������Two lots, Nos. 9 and 10,  Block 525, below C.P.R. station. No  reasonable cash offer refused, Box 52,  Creston.  "Last call for personal .greeting cards  December 16th. We can assure delivery if ordered now. Creston Drug &  Book Store.  Deer shooting *-e*ison closes on Wednesday next. This year's kill of venison has been considerably lighter than  a year ago.  "Will Fisher of Innisfre*, Alberta,  was a Wednesday to Saturday visitor  at Creston, the guest of his uncle,  Walter Fisher.  O. W. Allen, manager of the Imperial Bank, was a business visitor at  Nelson at the end of the week getting  back on Sun&"i3*T  Ivan Staples, who has bet������i working  at the Browell garage at Nelson for  the past fon i* mon thi, arrived home at  the end of the week.  Public school inspector Manning of  Cranbrook spent the first three days  of the week in Creston an an official  visit to the lo-rcai. school.  -Currants  -F$&WQg*Ig3������$&  requisites  for  and   all   the   other  appetistinn.rdishes.  And our Christmas stock is not  confined to Groceries. We have,  articles sni-.able for Christmas  Gifts, .'and are particularly proud  r>f our line of  Box Stationary  Box Chocolates  both  as   to  which   are   attr.--.etive  price and appearaiie-e.  Try us fbr Floor  and Feed  Greston Valley  yiJM||U|i{dlgiS    floblit  CRE&TOH - 2 Stares - ER10KS0H  N<ivv in llii. time to  j-.***    my   di spiny   of  Christmas  m^OOtSS  while it In. ci������rnpiete.  Y-'it are uiridei* no  obligation to buy im-  le*_.������ you are pltf-ni-ed.  ^Handkerchiefs  I^ADII':5-y   V.'Ui:.*    .arid    Cott'oni  I in rutke-aaj-liiiaf-'. ~*r. to.,. _ .. ��������� 2Th:  CHIIJIKKN'H     HrHi.lkwehiefH,  fi-oo������ f)i*. to         I*)'.:  MICNJ'H Haiulk.-j-i-bi.-f-'. !?.#-. ..>._ '.Hit:  BOXKD    II AN'f>KRlK*iriEF'S,  ii- Fani-v lybrisltJjj.iH. ll"~j.i>* f-n-  jj���������������������l i������>-. ami <'>iililii������i������.  T,A I >l KM* HIU-C H< ,'A K KM.  I,A f������! KS' Mf I.K HriHK it- F'-HM-y  Box*--.  KA.srrY  r.vPKi*  fijjwkus,  KNWprK 1-OI.LH  CI-lielSTMAS tlAKtW.  mVmV*t%**mwSS  V. MAWSON  Dbebskd BEEB,-*"Cfnder 18 months  old. local prices, get your orders in  early. A. G. Cox, ^vaness Rrnch  (Alice Siding), Creston.  "Ladies' Initial pure- silk handkerchiefs, any initial, at V. Maw-son's.  Also crepe paper of all colors going at  lu cents per roll while it lasts.  Mrs. R.* S. Bevan left on Monday for  Kelowna on a short visit with her  daugafter. Evelyn, ja*ho is a nurse in  training in %he hospital in that town.  ' Members of Creston Masonic Lodge  are reminded of the Dncembef meeting on the 15th. Officers for the enduing year will be elected and a good  turnout-is desiredy .*-*'"  Although the fishing se-ison closed  on November 15th, anglers ore at  iibei-ty-to catch bas9 all y������*ar round,  though fishing throojariTtihe ice is illegal, according to fishery inspector  Robinson. 7  Rapid progress is being made  with the erection of the curling rink  and all the exterior carpenter work  should be completed by very early  next, week if the present activity is  maintained.  t The vil)nge council has its final  meeting for 1026 on Monday night,  13th. The luilance sheet Tor the year  should he a favorable one ws clerk W.  O", Taylor has less "than S2">0 of 1026  taxes, uncollected.  Trinity United Ladies' Aid will have  their usual Christinas baatimr, with  sale of home cooking and refreshments this Satin-day afternoon, Dcc-  i'iiihc-1* llth, in the church basement,  to which all avo invited.  ! Civs ton Board of Trade moots in  I December session on Tuesday night,  14th. At \b\b meeting n vote will be  taken as to whether this* board shall  continue or not., and nil members  shordil be out of ilidcuss the important  question.  The Ladies'Guild of Christ Church  worn favored with a large crowd of  imyi-114 at tbe annua) bn**iiar on Saturday n11eirioon at the Pant-H Hall, tho  caul**! intake for the day being $1-80,  with fWl of rhiH coming from the mile  of jYioi-y neeilli-winrk.  Appreciation of thn unw'-lfiHh effort  Jaw. Adlard ban. put. forth in wnuicc-  *���������.*���������-* with the ftundny m.Vi'v-1 nnd  young p*"#������pte*** work of Tiinity ITriiteil  Chtirch Mk*r "rt-aitfc fow yearn wan hIiiiwii  j������i, thi* cliui-frh on Thursday night,,  when all the Junior organIzntSouH  Mi!W prwi'iit for a noeiiil evening at  whi-ch Mr. A (third wriH prcufiiitwl with  ' j������    fuimtaiii    pen.   Rev.    J.   Ilcrdm-in  ���������naUioKlhe picHentntlun',   which was  ��������� tut..4a*>My i i'|.i .��������������������������������� ������.��������������� by  il..  ������*ua^a. ������������������!..  .&���������**  s^  Announces its re  biggest   Christmas   gelling   atici  bids you   welcome ..'tb visit4<>ur  ���������   y.-ySlX^Iy^-^ .  largest and finest line of S^  ���������Gliristmas^  Gjfts  we   have .ever  had, at prices to suit all.  Do not fail to do your Christmas Shopping at  and Japanese China  ���������**��������� ��������� ������������������ "���������      ���������     t "      4      \     ��������� .������������������.'"���������*'��������� *'��������� , .  You will have no difficulty in making a selection from our Chinaware  which is the largest we have ;%ver purchased for the Ghlistmas trade.  FOR MEN  Silk Scarf s  .'   7    v*$2.50     .'��������� . - ������������������>' .  House Slippers  $1.75  ."-': "Men's Ties  90c. to 2.00  Men's Fine Shirts  1.85 to 3.00  Silk and Wool Hose  $1.00  Fancy Wool Sweaters  $3.75  Bexton Key Holder  -       $1.00  Dress Gloves  $2.50  FOR LADIES  Ladies' Pure Silk Hose  :^ Latest shades. $1,25 to $1.50  *-'.  ���������-������������������ - ' ���������.��������������������������� /  Ladies' Silk Underwear  Vests and Bloomers, $1.50 to $2.50.  Maize, Flesh, Mauve  Ladies' Boxed Handkerchiefs  Assorted colors, 75a to $1.50  Ladies' Purses  Under Arm and Pouch  $2.00 to $8.50  a Bedroom Slippers  Velvet and Suede���������90a to $2.50  .. Faiicy Boxed Stationery  $1.00 to $2.00     v  Ladies' Silk Scarfs  $2.50 to $3.50.  English Bath Towels  ;      $1.50 set  French Cape Gloves  Grey, Mode, Brown���������$5.50  Manicure Sets   - ���������  $2.50  Big range Fuji Silk  ���������     : Assorted oolots  #;r  BES TOUALITY CHRISTMAS GROCERIES  Seedless Raisins, 4���������lb  afiESl EP^_9ja   R������"C?tB,      ^a_^sULB,  Si *MkHJH������CF  Mixed Peel, cut   Pitted Dates   Layer Figs   Table Eigs, 20 oiz ���������  65c Tabic Raisins ��������� ��������� ��������� 50c  20c Bleached Sultanas ��������� 25c  40c Preserved Ginger,pot$~65c  ^H   Me^ ^L     fg  H Ja-fl  mmmmv ff-^B   g        ^L      ������| ffljB"^ m\~ Sm\.   \m.mV"mSft                                                               ^^P^^^^y^  35c Spanish Olives- - ~3Sc  65c     Mixed Nuts 35c  Dry Goods  hinRRiRBn  ^^^^u^_l^l^    ^^^j^suot^���������    m*&mm*mgSUal^^^  Furniture  Hardware  a.������.i������iaiia������iia.aiwuiiiiiiwii.ii^iiliaiWli������li^liJili������ii.������ll������liilll>������������i������lllillll^^  mmmmVm


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