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 p^vtorfaiXAbraxy a������128  I   *���������**-���������} ,'  ������   M���������l -S-^  VflJi  s^-?      **r;'V'**e'*'  ';   ;".  GBSST(>K, B. C, FRXI&kY, OCTOBER 14, 1927  No. 34  Creston School  Lessor! for  't������  Division   1-���������Fc   McLellan,   Principal.  Highest standing:   Grail* 8r-01ema-  tiae   Marshall,  Fay  Pendry, Marion  tfurneit.   wrtaoe?���������Tboiua? Crs.'  r&rvi������ffB_  honee, Gilbert MGOuisongn, Gladys  McCnlloQrgh, Douglas" McKee, Kay-  moaiet MclCee, Agnes Sinem!?, 5cuj(!as  Slnslsir, W%liace Sinclair, Peggy  Smith, Irene Welispring, Frank Yerbury.  Mars. McKee of Fernie ta he-re this  week on a visit wath her son. DougBas  Miss Ethel Brownrigg of Yahk Is n  visiter k@r@ this ^s^fe, <& guest of Mc.  and Mrs. Ed. M������rt!ti*  is   withdrawn this  SloKes?, at the *  xuoiiino   Crawford*  L^-**'**"^ r������t������t,b������  Andrew Miller, Marga&ret Blinco.  Perfect Attendance���������Joan Hilton,  Marguerite Ferguson, Andrew Miller,  jean Henderson,  Evelyn Linn, filsa Willis. Jack Young,  Frank Morrow, I*yda Christie, Mary  Maioni, Dosothy Marshal?, Dorothy  MacDonald, Minuie jaosnss, HftBei  Hopwbod, Betty Speers, Beryl Nichols,  Fay Pendry, Raymond Martin, Manuel Irving., Madeleine Moore, Clema-  tine Marshall, William Bayle, Earl  Christie, Frederick Alderson.  i^-sdaH* *********-  Mr. Camel of B*#$v������e. Alberts, is a  i-Briokson visitor fctite week, aa guest of  8������na-FmHPEf.y -;  Bc^.B^f "W^^ass of fWnbrnok.  who. took the TCfhited Church service  at Creston on S^tS-fry, was a* Monday  Sam Lazacbuk, who has spent the  past couple of weeks at his ranch, at  liisief, returned to Es-Hogg* Idaho- at  the Srst sit the weeks  sa?o  -���������������^|������,  ���������a*   rar������*  Lapest. wotu iiirOEja the ic?p;l������l at  Cranbrook is that Miss Hiaaby Lister's  condition Is. very satisfactory. Col.  and * Mrs. Lister got back or Friday  last from a visit to Cn-muronk.  C H. Phillips of Kimberley was a  Tvesday "Wednesday visitor here, taking Back" some of the furojtnre with  him.  *&.*+*.* ������������������  jLnvi&ion a-  Highest standing: Grade 6���������Iris  Taylor, Herbert Dodd, Edith Lewis.  Graded���������Gsstsa Oo!!!s4 M������������l!y Moore,  Hswy Johssos,  Perfect attendance���������Hubert Benin-  ger, Jay Bliss, George Collis, Herbert'  Dodd, James  Downes,  Robert Dick  non. Hei-fs Hopwosd. Harry Johnson,  Jack Johnstoa, Hesper I^ewis, Cassse  yon MacDonald, Norma Marshal, Harold MacLaren. Frances Mom-e, Molly  Jaonre?. Seri Ms:vc~, George M������������*t,*1iV  Arthur Kschols, Kate Payne, Beethaj  Phillips,   Sarah   Quinn,   Jane - Ross, I  Elsie  Spiers, .Amm Speers,  Dorothy I  Dorothy Sinclair   Smith, Iris Taylor,  mre  rs. Sam Wittaker of Cragsbrook is  spend! og a few days this week wath  her mother, Mrs. A. Hobden.  Mrs. W. P. Stark of Victoria is a  Lister visitor ihistweek. a guest of  Mrs. Jacks.  Miss Agnes Hobden of the Vancouver General Hospital nureing staff,  arrived '������* th������ ersd of the week for a  three weeks'' vacation with her  mother, Ms*. A> Hobden.  guest   os  wrighti.   -c-    "'   ���������- - *v  . JSrickson  disvrac!.  frost touch on -Tuesday morning, some  residents reportl&jfc, almost an inch of  iaa on  pails of -wkter that -morning.  John Hall is claiming something  unique in pear production this season  ���������almost two urates of fruit off two-  year old trees. ; _.'?<.      -    y _y  The MaiRrafch, "Aiber^a, Mennonite  buyers wes������. euss^ssful .Isi* eaestiring  their threb^ carloads of appi������s from  Creston Growers,. Limited, which  were, as usual, shipped tooss. They  toak b:t!f and half [Wegener and' Delicious. - s-  service ai  month.  Mrs. Mcdesmhan of Ottawa, Ont.,  who has been here on a three weeks3  visit. te������t on Thursday last f ok- & <Say*s  stay at Cranbrook, before returning  east, and on Friday Mr. and Mrs.  X^oasby left to -accompany her as far  as Winnipeg, Man., sphere C. M. is an  UuO^cial sslega-ie s& tha Conservative  convention.  . Mrs. Bradley of Cranbrook arrived {  on Thursday oa a visit  with Mrs, T.  Kogers.  airv. v������"h;^e������Sd0 and Hvm* Martin  were Ca-eston cullers on Monday. Mrs*  Cam was at the metropolis on Tha^rs-  Village Cotsi&cil  T. Midgley was a business visitor at  Creston on Monday. The very wet  weather we have had has greatly interfered with him getting up his usual  supply of hay.  Mrs. B. J. Brawn is a visitor at  Oreston this week a guest of Mrs. Jas.  Cook.  - The October session of the village  ���������ocuncii waa largely taken up witb  consideration and action on cssinouuai-  eatibna, the most important of which  wess a couple re sidewalk extensions  sod Bicsttic- Ilsfet soanec*4o������a������- Chairman McCreath. presided, and Cotnmis-  isionerff Johnson  and  Jackson   were  In respotace to letter $tq*h F. C.  Soc^rs for a sidewalk to his residence  on Barton Aventte it was decided to  at once build a new walk fiom York's  {blacksmith  shop .to   Hillside.   Boad,  !5&& MSBwiSiW  Clifford York.  Division 3;���������Miss Wade, Teaehe?.  Highest standing:   Grade 4b=Haae!  McGonegal,  Douglas Spiers, Eleanor  . Spratt.     Grade  Sa���������Ethci   Sntcliffe,  Mstrgarei Henderson, Ruth Hare.  3Peafeet attendance���������jDou-Rias Alder-1  soss' J$bl-t@ Bayle; Hayaanond   Bev������u������|  Arthur Dodd, Gft*ojge-Dodd, Clarence]  Embree, Bssth Hare, Marrgaret Hen������  derson, Stuart Hilton, SSuQinet Johnson, Holgen Johnson, Aileen Klingen  smith, HugheoA McCreath, HnzeJ-Jfic-  Gonegai,    Llpyd    McLaren,    Marlon  Quinn, Douglas Spiers, Stuart Spiers,  Eleanor Spratt, Charlie Taylor.  Mrs. B. BaSbona 'returned, f rens Leth  bridge, Alberts., last week, where shel^^Liaster for fibe weekend,  1    Owing to bad weather the packing  * J shed   at   Bos well  closed   down  and  John, who \ Misses B^-ndebte, Penson, Payette and  Mtes Vivian Langlois was a weekend  visitor with 'Hends at Moyie.  Miss Haze-! S  where she  bad ttee er-SBj^any of her sister, Mrs.  Whittaker, of Ci-nubrnok.  s  John  P&rkira and   sosi  have been spending some weeks at the 1 Ringbeim were home for ������av week, but  ranch lately, returned U. Michel at the I returned on Tuesday.  O.P.R. paint _ crew  was  here  last  wwk painting the name Wynndel on  end of the week.        ^  The Stockbreeders9 Association have  given permission to pasture stock at  Division 4���������Miss Holmes, Teacher.  Highest standing: Grade 3 Junior���������  Jfcachel Morrow, vButh Spencer, Everett Walker. - Grade. 2 Senior���������Doris  Ferguson, Duns tf e^S-.. iv  -u.oia.sy,  i^ifsa   h>  Benin  ger.   Grade 2 Junior���������Elena   Andro-|     -- ,.  .       ~*   ���������-   ^       ��������� .    .  ������*>!?, William Ble^asb^, Betji P������������- p^tty well  harvesied by the end of  the tower bend of the Bate, and about  slaty head of cattle nave  been taken \  *thei^fo7 &raa������}og. -������������>-������/ -.-..��������� J  To**"--. Shrek snowfall of the season Was  in evidence at the��������� Alice tnixte on Tues  day of last week.  Miss Eva Webster, who has just  completed her course in training at  the Vancouver General Hospital, is  home for a month's vacation, but will  be returning early las November to  take H. position as operating nuarae at  the GetieraU For one just graduated  the appointment is a most satisfactory  one.  The Alice Siding apple crop will be  the station, and blocking ������ufe tbe o8d  , (amiliar Dack Cteek.  Rev. S. K������3*?sby.iif Oroston waa heie  amer.        -  Perfect attendance���������Doris Beninger,  Joan Garoenwood, Tom Lewis, Gordon  -Martin, "Helen McOreath, Hacuel Mot^  row, Irwin Nickel, Gerald Phillips.  Norman - Phillips. Jean Ryckman,  Ariel Scbade, Jessie Spratt, Everett  Walker,    Edith    Walkey,  Weir, Robert Willis.  Williatu  Division ftr-Mfos Keir, Teacher.  Highest standings Grade 1���������Jack  Hoss, Dorla Walters, Eva Phillips.  CIaa& A-^Oharli-a French, Knby Palmer, Dorothea Greenwood. Claaaa B���������  Tom Quinn* Rnesell Gabelcher, Egan  Hollm, Claea C���������Fred McKay, Irene  Arrowsmith, Dorothy Klingensmith.  Perfect attendance���������Jack Bom, Doris Walters, EVa Phillips, Frank Herd-  taHmtt Mary Ross, Maud Rosa, George  Crawford, Charlie French, Dorotheas.  Greenwood, Stanley Hehdrsn, Camp-  boll York, Marguerite Grant, Irene  Prtdham, Russel Gabelhel.Eltia Fontea.%  Tom Rosa, Victor. McKay* Ardesy  Vpnl*, Mary Watson, Gordon Burnett,  Dorothy Klingensmith, Jimmy O'Kell.  the week, an-dthe yietd St? a eesediuns  one.   Potato digging is in full swing.  In between showers there is still  s'ome isay-aseklng.-. Last week one  day's cutting was available.  ��������� ' *fir= McDougall, a well known engan  eer has been here on anoflacia5 visit  tbe paist wcKik.and made an Inspection  of the Alice mine.  Harry Compton. who has been  workinf/t; at Klngsgate for tbe -past  month, arrived home this week.  vi^fciMg^rpsa-tehiooei-s last week*  E. Fee^uson of Nelson, pirovhacial  assessor,- was here lost week looking-  the areas avdfr with a. view to revisinrg  the assessment tolL  Mr. and Mis. St. Denis, who have  been in residence here all su^oser,  returned to Oreston last week*  Douglas Bntterfield. and family of  Riondel. who have been on a holiday  visst. fees������&the p<tst few weeks, return-  ed home a few days ago.  Dr. Rutledge, the well known Cranbrook veterinary, was an ������utc visiter  here on Sunday. *  which w|ll give a sidewalk to oil ���������residents on tbe east side of Barton  Avenue. "  A lettei was read from Matt. York  askifig for permission * to put in the  necessary pole and wire line to take  eieeiris iig*b.& frorss the Rodgers box  factory plalh. Mr. York will be advised he can do so provided- he complies with all the provincial and village  jTr^ralatiGOS. Chas. Murrell was given  authority to mosre his gasoline task  fsons its piesent location to a new site  nearer his feed warehouse in the former Kelly drugstore.  jjujshden was at her bonne I     Accounts ordered paid totalled $1271,  1 most of which was apeot oa repair  work-on the cemetry road bridge, tbe  totai ������*������pe*2dsi*iiir<s on whisu Was Ta������y  close to glSQO.  The clerk reported on the sale of  lands for taxes on the sixth at which  the only property offered was redeem*  ed. He also reported that the tas  arrears in the village are about $480,  about half of which are unpaid rates  for 1927.  Work is to start at once oa the extension of Vancouver staceet from Vit>  tori* to Barton  A-vsassa, s. sight of  ^yV teavin^ , been, bought at *$24t>  througli Lisa jv ^. JbliaioSsa 'mvssBmf^.  Tbe chairman-reported receiving a  Miss Grace Kendall of the Creston  school teaching staff, was here for the  weekend on a visit with Mrs. G. A*  Hunt.  Clara Hunt and Claude Simpsota,  who are students at Creston high  school, aaere  home for the weekend  Miss Myrtle Wickholm of Canyon  spent the -weekend at Kitshss?**?- a  -gaiest of Mias -Beat|nce. *^lancUjr^^r ^-  ' Mr. aaad Mrs, B Johnson and Miss  Ellen Andeen,-were Creston "callers on  Saturday, making the trip by &atow  Bert Boffey of Creston is a business  visitor< here three times a week at.  present. Ha is hauling gasoline and  oil tsars* - the Union Oil Company  -warehouse at Cranbrook.  J. E. Seaman, werlern mahaiger for  Page & Hill Pole Company, Spokane,  was here on Thursday, making an  insnection of some cedar.  Mrs. Bucklttud of Nottingham, England, who ia en rroute home after an  extended visit in Australia. Is a' visitor  hero this week, a guest of her friend,  Mrs. Arthur North.  Due to harvest thanksgiving services at Creston on Sunday the usual  third   Sunday   Church   of   England  Card of Thanks  supply of peonies from the Prince of  Wales, who was remembering all the  Canadian municipalities in this fashion  as a souvenir of hia Canadian -visit in  jubilee year. The. roots had been  divided - between the three commissioners, as they had to be immediately  planted and the plot at the town hall  was not in shape. Next year it is  proposed to transplant them in tbe  town lot. which will be put in shape  H'fiSt ������pr:R������. ���������    * y /  The members of St. Stephen's  Church and Sunday School nave most  heartily thanked by Mrs. Daly and  Dr. Daly for the nrnny1" acts of kind-  aeass rees!v*?d Irons th������������m during their  xesideteee In Oreston. and especially ut  their departure. Tbe pastor has re  celved nothing but kindness and courtesy front Crea������ton people, und wishes  for tbo community' much prosperity.  For wife and self. Dr. Daly.  Immtf*******.  Fob SAX.1EB-���������Holsteln-Shorthorn cowe  S years old. due to freshen November  10th. Also general purpose horse.  EC. Nougier, Canyon.  mm THEATRE  SATURDAY, DOT.  Get a Car at YOUR OWN PRICE  *m)U'  Bevan's and the Premier Garages announce an  BJmfo**  Jas. Duncan'leffc on Thursday last to  bake a Job as cook with one of thn  crews working on clearing the right  of way of tbe Kuskanook road.  For September Principal Pairker  Issues the following report for the  Lister school) Highest standing,  Grnde 8���������Charlie Malthoaaae. Grade 7  ���������P-ftg-gy Smith. Gradtt 4��������� Frank Yerbury. Grade '8���������Fr*nV Cowley.  G ratio Jt���������Harry Cravenko Grade la  ���������Manning Powers. Grade lb���������John  Cowley. 'i'lMNwi rt-HJt.U--*Ir-iS' perfect  attendance wens Frank Cowley, John  Cowley, Fr������Ml Ocavcnko. Kate Cravon*  ko, Polly    Oaravenk'o,  Chavlte   Malt-  TION SALE Of USED CARS  Town Square    CRESTON    at TWO p.m.  ''TERMS?'  ������*Mfcs <^r approired joint notes  i    ���������  Sco Fosters! for partioiilavB.  GILBERT  9%>$HavttICttCr*%  tyimnph~~  cJhe sssssgrcBHsesssrasB^^  r������^������/^-^^.ia^������.,.-ss������^wr-^..T^3^a.������w~^i^**  ���������;y /,-;  JEER   BSEYIEWy   ORESTON,   B.   a  Canadian Poet Honored-  ^Ocit@if  Y^u!must iry'lED  ROSE  ORANGE  vPSKGEk   A little higher price than other  ������eas, but a real difference in quality.  Nov^  packed in Aluminum*  Higher Education In G as ada  Halifax 6iiri Named In Recent  Shakespeare Verse Competition   ,  Mary" Seion, d������ Halifax, N.������., . is  arao-ng those who ��������� are placed in ' the  order of merit in the poems InVEng-  lish section of the Shakespeare verse  competition ppomoted by the Poetry"  Society and Incorporated in aid of the  M&moiiftl Theatre fund at StratfoTd-  b'n-Avon.  Tho competitidiityiias attracted a  worldwide Interest, .poems being  submitted in SUany languages. A. sonnet ._ by Fafaiilt Berosford, of Wolverhampton, England, was placed first  In the Eaigllsh Poejms.Section.  During the month of October* two notable celebrations have occurred in  .he centenary of the University of Toronto, the original charter of  -which -was granted by King George IV. in 1S27, and the* golden jubilee of the  "University of Manitoba. Needless to say, both'anniversaries were marked  hy interesting ceremonies and attended hy many distinguished, men and  women. Well deserved tributes to the part played by these Institutions of  higher learning iia the religious, political, scientific and economic life of  Canada were voiced. Indeed, the influence of tho older of these two great  institutions has been felt tfhroiaghout the United States as well as Canada.  Considering the population of Canada, and the number, siv.e, and financial  strength of Canadian universities, it is not only surprising but a distinct  tribute to these bodies that they occupy such a relatively high place among  the universities of the world. All of Canada's universities are still young In  years, but their standards are high and-their achievements noteworthy. Their  graduates are to be found aii over the globe doing some of the best of the  world's work. ***  For example, it is revealed by a recent survey of medical colleges in  North Amea-ica made by Rockefeller Foundation that the Medical College of  the University of Toronto ranks first, with Harvaa*d University second. John  Hopkins University,*Baltimore, third, and McOilC Montreal, fourth, a truly  remarkable showing for Canada. Instead of Canadians having to go aibroad  in order to obtain the best in University training, the reverse is true, and  hundreds oi" United States students are annually enrolled in Canadian institutions. Even from the British Isles come students to take the engineering  courses at McGill, and to pursue their medical studies in Canada.  It was from the me-dicsl college cf Toronto University that Dr. P. G.  Banting gave his wonderful discovery of insulin to the world, while many of  the great engineering feats in Canada during the last fifty years, and in other  parts of the world as well, are due to the genius of Canadian University  trained engineers.  From the eai*liest days, education has been given the vea*y forefront in  every Canadian programme. It has dominated the thought and inspired the  policies of the Canadian people? The result is seen in the character of the  people, in the strength of our public institutions, and in the gro-wing  inaportance of Canada in world affairs. .**       -      -  The younger universities of these Western Provinces ar-e worthily  .upholding the traditions and standards of the older institutions and will play  an equally important part in the upbuilding of the West aaid in the  contributions ihey will make to the life qf the Dominion. Particularly in their  research, survey, and extension departments is work of the most vital interest  to this country being performed. The strides being made in the development  of agriculture along scientific lines, and. in overcoming plant pests, such as,  rust, will not only mean untold millions to the farmers of the 'West, but will  result in a general raising of the standard of living, of cultural equipment,  and of the level of prosperity throughout Canada.  In one of the three prairie provinces at the present time, one in-every  four of.the population is attending school. In a small Western city or  approximately 40,000 population there is at present enrolment in public and  sepaa-ate schools, high schools, colleges, and other institutions of learning no  less than 10,000 students. The writer lias not the data' but no doubt the  sarnie statement can be made of other Provinces and cities in the West, Tho  heaviest single iten������ of taxation borne by tlie people is for education, but it is  borne gladly and. without complaining. In fact, It is a matter of pride and tho  boast of the West.  No other subject, no other department of the Government, is watched  more closely,.than education. It is well that this should be so, because in  the intelligence, the ta*aining, the character of the younger genea-ation lies the  hope, the future of this great country. Here is to be found the basic  foundation of all that is fine and worthwhile in life, and upon such foundation  rests*-the strength and greatness of any people or nation.  77/^ XTOF*r7=^^^^  Bo Not Read This  If you have finally decided to remain one of tho twenty-five; million  human beings who "Dr. Robert Bell,  the eminent British medical authority,  has solmenly assured the world, are  now destined to die from the aieadly  scourge, pf Cancer, which Ss an ���������unconsciously self-inflicted blood disease caused by your present diet.  Cancer is neither' hereditary; contagions nor infections; and trie proof  it is caused tiy civiliaatiQli's acid-  creating diet lies in the fact that the  ���������;��������������� ���������*&.  "*' Th^sa3Mphdri^'-^as"n^hi^4;'after, 'its  Inventor, Antolne Joseph SaxeT* ot  Belgium and Paris, who Invented several reed instruments about1S40.    '  N0ffiTllRMH)lGIiNE "-???"  ^--V^^t!ftll������''biiiS  is what Thousands-"Of Mothers  . Say Of Baby's Q*tn Tablels''"}'}  A medieine for the ' batby 6r groVv-  lng child���������one that the mother can  feei assured is absolutely safe as well  as  efficient���������is  found inyBaby's ^wn  disease is unknown among uncivilised.   Tablets.    The Tablets.are praised by},  ������*& JH-tSW  I>id you know that a fifteen-cent envelope of Diamond Dyes will duplicate  any delicate tint that may be the  vogue in dainty underwear? Keep  your oldest lingerie, stockings too, in  the shade of the hour. It's easy if  you onSy usft a true dye. Don't streak  your nice things with synthetic tints.  Dye or tint anything; drc-sses, or  tlrapes. You conwoi-k wonders with  a few, inexpensive Diamond Dyes  (true dyes), l5"e-w colors right over,  the old. Any kind of material.  FREE: Call at your druggist's and get  a free Diamond* Dye Cyclopedia. Valuable suggestions, simple directions.  Piece-goods color samples. Or, big  illustrated book Color Craft free from  DIAMOND DYES, Dept. N9, Windsor,  Ohtaiio.  Diamond Dyes  Just Dip io TINT, or Boil io DYE  Lighting ah American Thatch in  Peru may cause a fine of $20. A  Swedish match company has a monopoly on the sale of matches in that  country.  races which live upon Nature's own  abundant provision. The modern diet  of the civilized world robs ita con-:  sumers of all, or almost all the health-  preserving potassium and other" organic salts which the Creator has,,placed,  in the food of man and beast. Man is  the only created being on e.arth who  deliberately destroys his food Values  by refinement or cookery destruction.  And. when,* after years of slow but  sure potassium, starvation, the digestive' organs can no longer function  properly, the body cells,_ lacking -their  essential- noua-ishment, filially break  down and exhibit cancea*ous, fibroid or  other abnormal growths���������frequently  after ulceration of stomach or duode-  nUiO���������-"ajadv-yujuless?  ths -,i>dta,Ssiuui  de-  thousands of mothers throughout the  country. These mothers have found  by actual experience that there is no?  other medicine for little ones?to equal  them. Once a mother has.; used them  for her children she will use nothing  else. Concerning them Mrs. Charles  -Hut.t, Tancock Island, N.S., writes;  "I have ten children, the baby being  just six months old. I have used  Baby's Own Tablets for theni for the  past 20 years and can truthfully - say  that I know ot no better medicine for  little ones. I always keep a box of the  Tablets in the house and would advise  all other mothers to do so."  Baby's Own Tablets are sold by all  medicine dealers or���������>. will be ; mailed  upon receipt of price, 25 cents per  box, by The Dr. Williams* Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  Latest Radio Invention  System Of J"un1ng Receivers Without  Touching the Dial  ��������� An electric'device'" contained'.in a  little box which can be carried about.  the house or placed, on the "arm of a  chair lias been iuventod for tlao purpose of taming si radio sot no niattor  whether it ha in the living room, attic  or cellar!,    There  are no intervening  wire or aiaeclmaiical connections between the receiving set aud the control box. The inventors are Bowden  Washington, formerly of the-.United  States Navy and Wilson Aull, Ja>%  The receiver can be controlled from  any apot convenient to tho operator  withoiia manipulation of tlio tuning  dials of tlae receiver pi*oper. it is  pointed out by the inventors that tho  main set caia thus be installed in an  | out-of-the-way placo and forgotten ii*h-  til a tube replacement or a maintenance ^adjustment must be effected.  The Poor Man's Friend.���������Put up In,  small botttes. that are easily portable  an<L sold for a very small sum, Dr.  Thomas' Eelectric Oil possesses pow.  er in concentrated form. Its cheapness and the varied uses to which it  can be put make it the poer man's  friend. No dealer's stock is complete  without it.  ficiency is remedied, diet reformed  and complete elimination of waste  matter assured, suffering, disease and.  prematui*e death that no surgical operation, radium jr>r X-ray treatments  can da other than hasten, must result.  Thousands of men and women have  repaired, and others are now-repairing  the* damage inflietedupon their bodies  by years of wrong diet. These*liave  won or are winning back their.priceless health and efficiency by restoring  The' electric chair has Something  to do with deterring criminals but the  proper -'place"to--'start'Is  in "the high  chair. -'?''  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 ?/Pewdjers?? will  destroy worms and. drive them'from,  the system, and afterwarcls ttxO child's  rest will be undisttarbedi.?The -powders  cannot injure the most delicate baby,  and there is nothing so effective for  their potassium deficiency. Why wait   ������*������������,t|ns "the health ot a ������������������w���������������  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  OCTOBER 16  ELIJAH    IN    NABOTH'S   VINEYARD  until you are cancer-stricken before  insuring yonr ' immunity from the  deadliest known disease? If you value  health and. efficiency and wish to, at  home, repair past errors which if  continued, mean, an early grave, a  valuable book will be freely mailed  you on application to Charles Walter,  51 y Brunswick Avenue, Toronto, 4,  Canada.  ' Among other remarks b'f distinc-*  lion, Canada Is the* largest contributor to the world's bread-basket.  Gratitude is the fond recollection of  the heart.  Per years Mother Graves' Worm  ?Extf rminator has ranked as a reliable  worm preparation arid it always maintains its reputation.  The driver may lose, control of his  car, but tho credit corporation that  looks after his instalments���������-never.  Golden Text: "Be sure your sin will  find you out."���������Numbers S2.23.  Lesson: 1 Kings 21.  Deyotionall Heading:  Psalm 04. it-  Had O'wn Airplane  Princess Lowensteln-Wwllaoian, tho  passongor in tho missing St., Raphael,  took aap flylng_ aaaar^y' years ago, aiul-.-  during tho waa'"owned aai aeroplane of  laer'own���������a fact which some'tliii'd's'  made tho author I ties look at her askance, for sho hud an Austrian nnm<\  even though sho acquired'It billy by  mara'lngf), which torm.lnatod In the  death of h*>r husband. In 18!>!>. The  Pi'IaacesH was 60 last year, despite lam*  youthful appearance.  Tho oaflo with -which cna-ana aaad  wnrlti can bo removed hy Ilollowuy'.s  Corn Itoiaaovor la Un stroaagost recommendation.    It iicldom fulls.  W.    N,    U.    1702  Tim bimgalmv got Its amino In India. Kiwly lirlllMli ri-Hliltml.-* built.  wi������. room, partitioned ilvvulllaags, eall-  i>fl t lie in "Itiaiu-ralowH" from thn !lllndaa  word "luingln," anKWitng tliaU-lK-cl hut. |���������\,\ u, M������>yim*  Explanations and Comments  I. A Covetous and Pettish King,  verses 1-4.���������Near Ahab's place in Jez-  rdtel was a vineyard which the king  coveted. Ho tried, to buy it, but Na-  both, its owner, would not part with  his inheritance, See the law in Lev.  25.26. Tho petulant king, unexpectedly  thwarted in hia wish, like .-a-.spoiled  child entered lais palace, throw himself on his couch and. refused to cat.  What an example of the state of  mind of oaie who gives.way to selfish  desires! What a small mutter for a  ldng to got iaato a state about! And on  what ananll' shattersVmei} and women  often set thoir lieua-tri aind become  miserable because they aro unattalu>  able! ������������������������  II, A Masterfnl and Wicked Quoon,  versos    5-10.���������Jes-ebojV luriulrocl Vthis  .causa    of  "Allah's    displcasuro,    and  , learned  that Nixboth had refused  to  E-oM.or exchange hla'yvlaiciynral, %yhlch  Aluib wished for an horb..garden.  Tauntingly Jozobcl asked hian If in  truth ho ruled Israel;'if ho was too  weak to; g'<il: ;What lVo ; want,od, she  woaald get It for him.''" ?, ���������"-  So Jezebel wrote letters-, which sho  slgaaed with tho king's seal, and sont  thean to tho ohlors and nobles bidding  them proclalan a fast. <which, would  *jlve u protoxt i'or u ..public iUa^om-  blngo), sot Niaholla In tji ' prbriilhont  Place, havo ready tw<ii ^ltnoisBOis to  swoar that they heard^nboth' cursa  (Ittd and tho king, and -\.\\on hiivo him  carried' withoait the city anal;' stonojl  ter death,  "'How po(<int. a woannn'jH Indiumcv In  for goo'd <ir III; but an ovll woavania  ���������will moao quickly dolaaso hoi; husband  than  ai. nohlo-womar   will aiiillft Man." I  Proved? safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Headache   Neuralgia  Pain Neuritis  Colds Lumbago  Toothache RheumatL.A  .DOES ;NQX AFFECT,  - 'THE HEART  WARNING!  Beware of Counterfeits  There is only one genuine  "ASPIRIN" tablet. If a tab--  let as offered as "ASPIRIN"  nnd is not stamped with the  "Bayer Cross'-refusc it witU  oontempt-at isno*"A SPI RI N"  at all I Don't take chances!  JVIlnartJ'i' Liniment for Luuab.igo. j Mlnordd'a Lliaimoiat for Atnthnui. 1  Accept   only   "Bayer'*  package  pm*vmjTjri>j-������nwM*Biir^������iili        i*mmmmf*Mim*        mtmmmmmmmmmmm irwrwfw m*\mmmmwmmmmmimmi*imm  which contains proven directions.  STwuily   "Ba.ycr"  boxoo   of   12   tabTptn  Al������o bottbvB of 24 and 100���������lirafftofiBtu.  Ailfirlii in i'ttn irtulu ninrli ( rt'crtittttrnil in ������lswi������������li*'i> ol Jb������><>r 1������I*������������Mft*������.:4i4i������i t������l Mo������������utt������i������-.t*������>������  ������til(1t!������ia������tr of Na.ll������*yU(*ii(*l.l (Acntyl HiUlcyia*; Aolil, "A, 8. A."). Wlillo It is well known  tl������iU Ani������lfa������ in������.Jvri<������ *Ht������.v*tr ������nuiufi������ntur������.i,rt ui.t>i������t lh������ tmbll������ wrn.lii������t ItatttitlonK.tHn T������bl������t������  ���������t linger Conuimiy will ������i������������ wtiunaMxl witla ia������(Rli- r*������erul inula w������*X. Mmi "V*V*t tiroM." thtj  TCEvrrcw.  crkrton.  b.  c.  /,  r  raV*flP8  ���������sr%Y*.v*nB,Binv\r%  Ottawa.���������Plans for tlie inter-pro-  vinclal conference, otherwise known  as the conference of Provincial Premiers, which will meet at Ottawa, November B, are rapidly taking shape.  Arrangements are ih\ the hands of  Hon.; Iterdiaiand Rinfret, secretary of  state, and wlille no details "of the  agenda--will he 'disclosed until the  time foi* the.conference arrives, it is  known ? to ?y include many matters of  wide ^aisdV far-reaching intorGst and  effect. At" tlie suggestion of tho  secretary; of state, provincial governments have submitted questions on  practically;V the ? |ull, ra.nge fof proyi n-  Ww*l m ��������� ��������� I ��������� B������  Canadian   War    Graves  Receives Letter Or Appreciation  Ottawa.���������The interest manifested  by J he Prince of Wales in Veterans  of the Great Waa*, during his visits v.o  Canada, has been 'indicated in news  despatches. That he also has noted  aind appieciated the work being alone  in Canada, to commemorate the  memory of those veterans who" died  and are buried in the Dominion is indicated iu a letter received.by Col. H.  C. -'Osborne,''' seeretiaiTy-general for  Canada of the Imperial'War Gi'aves'  connnisslon. This letter, written by  direction of the prance, 'congratulates  the Canadian agency of the War  Graves' commission on the .work, and  expresses gratification that the  memory of the soldiers who are buried in Canada is being preserved Sn  the various burial .gr^uaidSia, .. ,,  Toe H Movement  f������i*fi t ,v,iitf>{gflifiii'i*-in:  NorthV^jmef^^  parimentsyiiave suppieraentedjythese  with questions of Dominion concern  whichaiso have a bearing oil provincial affairs. ..->...---.-..r.-���������'���������������������������. V  The conference should produce a  unification "of practice on many prdb-  lerns o'i* inter-provincial concern, such  as companies Jaw, insurance practice,  etc., and shofaldVresult in important  decisions operating to the benefit of  each of the provinces'--as'"weir as to  the Dominion.      r V  More effective co-ordination between .-provinces- and between the  Dominion and provinces is yorie assured result. The conference will be  fully opeai to the discussion" of 'any  and all problems of interest and con-  cern aiaid should,-it is felt here, result  iaa -material benefit ������o the Dominion  at large. ^ -  More   Marriages   in   AlberlaViiV 1926  '   ���������'- ��������� " ���������. ���������". .,--. ;'. ���������-'������������������ -      ���������->'  Than   For  Previous  Five '  A..;.������.-.-.������.,  ^Au*5tralian Tariff Trouble  ').    Canberra, Australia. ��������� The imposi-  y tion   of  increased,   tariffs   on   certain  classes of  imports  is  condemned  by  the -tariff board which has just reported  to the  Commonwealth  Parliament  oaa its, enquiry, into tariff matters. Instead? of   ������������������-improving'   the    Common-  ? wealth's industries, the report states,  such   tariffs  have resulted in  stagnation and increased cost of production  and   living.  Edmonton.^���������-The year 1926 proved  to be thJ������;highest? year inf- Albertia,  ccinparedy with; the f &ye ^preceding  years, f according to figures issued by  Donald Mackie^ deputy registrar^ gen.-  eral for AlbcrtaV?Tlier;e.. were-y-1,-198  marriages registered during' the year,  which is ,35 more than in the preceding one, and 184 more than the average of the five preceding years.  Ed.mohton had. 1.093 marriages;  Calgary, 1,004; Lethbridge, 194; and  Medicine Hat, 115. There were 102  brides 16 years of age and under, 1,080  bi-ides between 17 and 19, and 1,842  between 20 and 24. There were 17  ba*ides and * 45 grooms over 60 years  of age, 11 of the grooms aaid two ot  the brides being over 70 years.,  Men, not money, is \Yhai? he wants,  says Padre Harry PEUison, one or  the chief missionaries cf the Toe H.  movement, touring Canada in the interests of the organization. The name  of the movement, already fia-mly established in Great Britain, in Australia, in South Africa and other parts  of the world, is an abbreviation oi*  Talbot House, a famous institution an  Poperinghe, near Ypres, during the  war. He is one o'f the best, known  personalities in Great Britain and is  affectionately known by many  throughout the British Empire as  "Uncle Harry.".  Declares Soviet Rule  Wiii Be Short Lived  Idea Suggested By U.S. Professor To  Aid  Farmers  Urbana, Ills.���������Two means of giving  the farmer a fairer break in competition with the world price of larm  products have been outlined, by Professor C. L. Steward, chief of agricultural economics at the University of  Illinois.  Prof. Steward has suggested a  $200,000,000 bounty to be paid the exporters of agricultural products from  present tariff income. He would pla?ce  the wheat crop of the "Dnlted States  tindery the control* of a boardV which  would export one fifth of the crgp and  tax the remainder of the rate of Ita  cents a, bushel to sheet the deficiency  in the price received for the exported.  wheat.        -  In the first place, he said*, the tariff  rate wasynow so high that import of  foreign goods has been greatly reduced. If the rate; were cut the increased importation would so increase  tariff revenue that the bounty would  be paid without loss of government  funds-  BRITISH PEER  Bla 8fSV?fl\I Tttir^I^C?  I mm.  HfiiiQS m i mm.  Test Legality Of Betting  London:���������A batch of summonses to  test the? legalityVof-flaetting on greyhound racing will .be heard. October  2S. The principal instigants in the  -. proseoution are the National Anti-  ?,Gambling Leagueand the chief defendants are the - Greyhouaad Kacing  Association, lessees of the' Stadium at  the White City.        '  Want Non-Political Estimates  Ottawa.;���������A resolution embodying a  request to the Dominion Government  aisking that the militia estimates and  the general policy of defence be taken  cut of the hands of political factions  aaid placed with a committee of both  hraaiclaes of Parliament, was passed at  ihe anqetlaag of the Canadian Cavalry  Men's Association.      '*''  Fliers Complete Journey  Covered Twenty-Two Thousand Miles  In  Six  Weeks  Dertoit, Mich.���������-Completing?? a 22,-  000 mile journey in six weeks, Edward F. Schlee and William S. Brock  arrived at Pordi Airport in the around  the world monoplane, Pride of Detroit.  Schlee stepped from the; 'plane first  and ; was greeted enthusiastically by  his wife.- V  ^Althoughy two' women claimed him  while he was gone,; there wa.s no woman to greet the co-pilot.  The . airmen were welcomed by  Henry and Edsel'^Ford, Eddie Rickeh-  backerand Edward S. Evans,'- joint  holder of the globe gird.ling record of  28 days and 14 hours, wliiciV:Schlee  and. Brock tried to' lower.  Does  People  Not   Represent   Russian  Says pi!   Magnate  New  --York..'-���������'Sir    Henri.  W.    A.  Detea*di*ag, of London, dircetorrgeneral  of  the  Itoyal  Dutch  Petroleum  Com- .  pany who has been recently engaged j  iai    a    bitter    controversy    with    the I  Standard  Oil Company  of New York '���������  over control of Russian Wells, predicted through his New York representative    that    the     Soviet     government  would be short-lived.  Sir Henri asserted that, the  Soviet i  government, which  has    taken    over  natural industries ana  a-esaurces,  did  aiot represent the Russian people.  Recalling that in June, 1918, the  Soviet authorities confiscated the oil  fields, refineries, .machinery, stocks  and assets, Sir Henri added:  Research Conference  Imperial Agricultural Research Conference   Held In   London  London.���������The Imperial Agricultural  Research. Conference, the first of its  kind ever held in Great Britain, has  assembled here. About 200 delegates  from throughout the empire will study  animal and plant breeding, preservation and transport of foods*, development, cl" soils and fertilizers with the  aim of making the empire completely  self-supporting.  The establishment of research stations throughout the empire and organization of a flying corps of scientists, who could be called upon by any  Blackpool, England. ��������� The exhilarating spectacle of a peer denouncing  his own' legislative chamber in good  set terms, was presented.' at the Labor'Party conference ��������� -here, by Lord  ATnbld, who, as Sidney Arnold, was a  Liberal member of the House of Commons for some time. He went over to  the Labor Party in, 1922, and was  Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies, in the late Labor .'Government,  in 1924, and was created a peer thi*--'  same year.  "The House of Lords will never  give the Labor party a fair chance,  because it is blind to the signs of *. he  times," Lord Arnold declared. "It is  callous, inconsistent, insensible, selfish, cynical, obstructive; unscrupulous and. utterly reactionary.  "Tt has been said by an august Liberal that to go and, look at the Lords  is enough. I, myself, after three and  one half years' experience in tiitr?  Lords, would say that, to be in it is  more than enough. ,  These sentiments were expressed  by the Labor peer while, he was seconding a resolution condemning the  Baldwin Government for its proposals  foi* the reform of the House of Lords,  and urging the complete abolition  the Upper House.  The resolution was carried.  ot  Dominion or colony to" attack agricultural problems, will be considered.  Minister of Agriculture, Walter W.  Guinness, welcomed the delegates to  the conference and Lord. Bledisloe  was appointed chairman. _. ���������  More Settlers  For Lethbridge District  Raid  Montreal Stock Brokers  Montreal.���������Provincial police swoop-  ml. down oai the financial district here  Sn a drive on Block brokers who are  alleged to be using their premises for  gaanbliaig  iaa  stocks.    The  descent, .in j  three St. Fa^ancis Xavler Street, offices I  netted the raiders nothing but locked  door.'s,  the  police  finding  tho  places  visited closed to regular aidmisslora.  Outside tho British Isles thero are  fewer tlaam eighteen miUioia white  poop'.e iai tho thlrtceia nalllloli. .square  nallo'i of the Ihitlsli Emplrti.  Sindents Found Joke Costly  Seniors      At      Ontario      Agricultural  College Taught a Lesson  j  Guelpla, Ont.���������Sophomores    of    the  Oaitai-io Agricultural  College  found a  prank on the  freshmen very expensive. ���������v '   ._  While tho ilrst year students were  at a tlahce, the seniors /soaked the  1'reshios' bedding with water and  ruiiied'about 5-100 worth of "good  clothing. The college authoi'ities  have com polled the sophomores to pay  for the damage and in addition have  forced thein to pay board, bills for two  weeks, ospolliaig them from residence  i'or that period.  rtjr  "Politically this is .confiscation;  practically all of these objects were  stolen, not by representatives of the  people, but by a g-xng who, by con-  troll'ing the ariaiy had usurped the  power to do anything which would  not have heen tolerated otherwise,"  he declared.  Families   Ne'bded  "*!  ?   Coiorty Inlrrigation Area  Lethbiidjige.���������According to the  Provincial Government, fifty families are  (wanted to complete the colonizing of  y the   Lethbridge   Northern    Irrigation  Dastaict.    There are now 900 families  I in the project, of which 500 have been  established within the past, two years.  .In 1924 the district's agricultural pro-  j duction   was   valued   at   $568,000;. in  i 1925,  $i,215;000*,   and in 15)26? $1,526,-  000.   This year it is estimate* produc-  I'l'om Lethbridge northern    farms    Js  worth $2,500,000.  How Money Is Expended  Federal .Minister 'Of   Finance   Shows  ; yDiyasibn Of PerCapita Levy-  Regis-**-"���������From each person in Canada $34,60 is collected annually by the  Dominion.  Government;? ���������sHpny ' J������    A.  Robb, federal Minister    of   /Fiha?nccy  stated in an adda*ess to theTWonacii's ���������  Liberal Club at a meeting in the Cui-'  ad.lan Legion Hall.  Of this sum, $13 goes to pay the  interest en the national debt; ?4.20  to make possible a reduction of this  debt; $3.70 to provide pensions for  disabled soldiers, widows and orphans; $1.25 to the Provincial Governments^ ?1 .for. collection; three cents  to   tlje   actual   administration  ������f   ^ie>'  Builds Motorles3 'Plane  Cocoa, Fla.���������A motorlesa flying  craft has been built hero by George  R. White., of Stony Baoojc, L.I. The  machine looks liko a giant.eagle and  Its wings beat tho air like a bird's.  It is called an omithoper and has  made short flights successfully.  Ask Recall Of S'ovlnst Ambassador  Paris.���������M. Briand, French Foreign  Minister, sent instructions to, Jean  Herbetten. French'. ambassador to  Moscow, to. inform tho authorities  that the French Government no longer considered Christian Rakovsky  persona grata and d.esircd that ta. new  Soviet ambas5?ador he sent to Paris.  .  couiitry;   and ; .?11.42  as  the  canals,  penses  eiforts,  order.  anaintenance  of railways  and  inspection   of   food-stuffs,   ex-  of  trade  agents,   colonization  and ad*ministration of law ana  A CHAMPION IN THE MAKING  A  Man Of Rare Attainment  , I'Jotiorerl politically and profosfdoai-  ally.   diirlaig   his   11 ret!ine,  Dr.   It.   V.  Pierce, wlaono plc-  t aaro.    a p p o a r h  hero, inaaale ri kuc-  c.WKri    fow     hav<s  equalled; Ho waa j  the originator   ol' j  ,1hut groat herbal i  tonic, Dr. PU'roo'a  Golden '     Modictil |  Dlpcovpry,        alio j  Halo of which hup, I  each    Muocetfdlng j  y<'av, beeia   greaa I - |  ly   laioa'onppd.  Whon you fool woak. tire otif-ily, bc-  conaii  cMscournged   aulcltly  aiiad   Honaiv-  thnon Tool like giving up tlao i^i'ugglo,  .���������JUHt,   Jitalc   your   nearest   draa������glHt   for  J.)r,   Pleroo'H  Goldon   Medical  DIhcov-  cry, or M.M.l).," hi  llul.l or taldoU.  llHi-'rn every where luaiil it.������a pa-iaifien.  Send 10 c������nt������ .for trial plcg. of tab-  letta to Dr.    Pioa-co'n    Lubonitory    iaa  , Uriel go burg, OaatnrJo.  ti****mmmmm**immm*mmmtmmmmmm*mtHm������<tmi''<m*>.'m'���������������������������������������������'���������"��������� ��������� ^w��������� w������������������������������������--w ��������� "������-' p"j""}l'"'  W.    N.     If.     1702   ,  Japan Ma? Send TroO|>s  Toltio.���������- The Japanese govertianent  Is 'sevJoiiBly considorlng the Bending  of troops from Manchuria to Peking  and Tientsin if the situation in the  Chinese civil war becomes worse, a  spokesman for the Japanese war  odfco? declared. Tn the meantime the  govornnumif is closely watching developments. ���������  Hcrtzofl Attacks Smuts  Blooiaifontoln, South Arrien.���������Prem-  aer ��������� llertzog, of tho .South Afjlcaii  Unioti, tapeaU'lng tit a meeting in the  town hull here, on jho Hag Ibbuoi blt-  l.orly attnekod General Smuts, loader  of the opposition, whuai he uccu.sod of  porverting thn truth and foHtciing racial strife and discord, for IiIh own  political eiulrt.  Received Legion Delegates  Tin- lClaag hold at reception iaa lUack-'  laagliuiii Palace for the Ahaerlcan  Legion di'h������gatlou on the qflkdrU flve-  diiy vl'dl to London of iho (Julted  Staled war'vcitoranm Hia MajoHty receiver! the IoKloiiaii*os, headed by Gon-  ���������������0'"- v  tmf  .-"ft?!.:*.  f.).  National Council Of Women  Annual Convention Is,Held At Stratford, Ontario  Stratfoi*d.-^-Tlie causes beiug championed by the National Council of  Women were outlined by, Mrs. J. A.  Walsoai, of Ottawa, president, ait the  openiaig aessloai of the annual convention here. These included the prevention of the causes of -war; the stamping out of all unjust laws; the upholding of an equal moral standard  for all; and an eqaidl opportunity for  all to develop to the fullest extent  their physical, moral and mental  powers.  Mrs. Wilfion was honored with a  life membership in the oVgniaaiaatioaa.  similar awards being, given, to Miss  Caroline Cnrnalchael iind Mas. IT. Ii.  Ttowatt, of Ottawa, and. Mrs. M. 1.  Ilobcrtflon.'of Saskatoon.  ^m^im^iMmm^Smm  **&  Vmivmrntowimiimfommw.  mmummtitmvmiim.  'ii-. .U.������A!;. il  May Develop Power Schema  Prince Albert.��������� President IT. M.  SJhbald, of the Board of Trade ha:;  Infonne'd the incmbcrs, that an eat>i-  erii firm la Rooking Into the Lacollo  Falls power scheme with a vlew'cC  developing it, to pa-ovido eloctrlo light  aiad power for Princo Alberta and Siis-  katoon. Mr. Slbbald. also' reportH interviewing 1-Ton. C. A. Dunf'lng In connection with the eo-mplotlon of thn  railway line between St. Paul d'c.a  Metts, and St. Wsilburg. Thin matter  will he brought to tho attention,, of vho  Govtratmont: nt Its next session.  of  the  Mho  #.rr<l   Pr������rn1������f������M������.   nml   O.   P.. Kavngf,   i'o- |  tiring liatloiuil  oomnaaiidor. I������11  Miss "Patsy"    McKonim,    daughter  Ned    MoKonna,    lirfjCessloaial    oC  Mliaulci    Lodge   Golf    Cnurw,  of  Ciinaullaii     National     Hallways,  tho   Whiaiipi'.K   itn'ei",  oniiaa-io,   is  going to ho a champion liko hor  "Dad."       FSlioi  bolIm'KJH 1n  the flxloisi  "Practice aiiahes ���������perfect," so Hln������  has begun early to lake lessons  from "lisid," and lu already Hornn-  thing of a stylist,  Ten-Y ear-Old  Escantaba.    Mich.-  woiidei-hag  ufhnl. to r.v.i  of   .ten-year-ofil    TIKI on  Robs  Mail  -jMathorltles  ke of  the  Minor,  are  fT'.'A.ft  who  classifies t\n a naaill robber because she  broke Into tlio National Punk's postal  box and throw away $75,000 in  chequas. She admitted taking tho  mall, prying open all tho lol.t������i*s, and  throwing tlioah anvuy when slm fsllod  to find tho protty plotairon slar- wana  ueoklnff. THE  CRESTON   REVIEW  THE CRESTON REVIEVB  Issued every Friday at Oreston. B,C  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  aanftii rr o    _���������!_*��������� "   *-  iO'i.tn* vtj v/������������3., pGiuvS.   -  C F. SAiSS, Etiitor and Owner,  CRESTON.  B.C..  FRIDAY. <OOT. 14  ���������=^  ^IsonBy^Election  these "oruoisl" bye-  1   iretu  Another of  elections, which iiave  wli t numerous since the last  provincial general contest in June,  1924, \j under way at Nelson  where, on Monday next, the electors  will ehooae a successor to the late  Premier Oliver to represent them  at Victoria.  Mayor McDonald, a inan off outstanding business ability aud about  the best head of civic affairs the  city has ever had. The Coasevs-  tjjpe candidate is Dr. L. E. Borden,  who enjoys a considerable personal  popularity and otlier qualiHcAtions.  that makes the fight an even one  so far as the personal strength of  the two standard bearers are concerned.  jf   The heavy artillery of both  parities has been in actios; for the past  week and by midnight Saturday it  seems impossible for anything to  have been overlooked tliat would  bring success to either contestant,  so that whoever loses there should  be no alibis to offer.  At this distance the advantage  seems to be with McDonald,' but aa  Nelson is traditionally Tory the  ii#hi is, of necessity, an uphill one,  and victory for the Liberals will  add  considerably* to  the  prestige  throushoat  the Canadian electorate swept the  Liberal party into power. In 1919  a similar -gathering selected Mac^  xvenzie ������xiiig, and iii 1921 the Canadian people confirmed the good  judgment of the Liberals by put,  ting Mr, King at the head oa?  national &fF&irj-s.   :  saw active service on tlie plains  with the old R.N.W.M.P. in the  early eighties, and the recognition  that h&s been accorded him may  well be 3aid to have double si .nific-  anee. . r ...  Milk,  Cream  And  in  ' MJH _  of  the  the province.  &"u iailnia ^ra-olGll  B. C- *s Credit Stands High  ATTENTION !  F  f. ri  Oa^ in arf3 see-in^ range of  seoona handTrifles^tiiey are all  iu firet class condition and priced  reason a!m  In these times wupsi there is con������  siderable     loose    talk    about   the  extravagance    of    the     provincial  government, the big debt the ministry is alleged to be piling upon  the  people, srtad  the reputed   sa.ll   round  inefficiency of the MacLeaii admiia  astration, a message that should re  assure those of normal mind is con  taitaed iai last wt^ek's announcement  that the province of British Colum  bin, has floated a $6,000,000 loan at  the   lowest   rate  of   interest   ever  paid since 1889.  And that instead of degenerating  fche financial administration of B-C.  shows marked im oro vomer t is revealed in the fact that the 1827  loan is secured at ������aa average of  4,622-. as compared with 4.78   paid  318 1026.  So gilt edged are B.C. securities  now considered that no less than  five big syndicates of Canadian and  U.S. bond houses were after this  six million issue.  -prov in ci s5   aresi a  equally   satisfactory   results   have  come the way of. the  Liberals.    In  1913 the late, TEL. Cl33 re water  was  made provincial! Liberal leader; and  iu 1916 ho became B.C.*e   premier.  All of whioh should make cheerful   readiiag   for   our  Conservative  friends* because   Hon. S. F, Tolmie  was chosen at a popular assemblage  at Itamloops ills': about a year agov  and seeing Mr. Tolmie was himself  a   Libera:    until    the    aavekisy of  Unionism   in  1317* who knows but  what  this  traditional ^ Grit   good  fortune may sisilo on hi in in   1928  Fob Sauk���������McCl������i*y upright coal  heater, sn RonS condition, SI0. Kusr."  Clarke, Wyntad������*l.  if OR Sai-E���������Milch cows. reawon������b!e  prices. A. G. Ooac, Vaness Ranch  (Alice Biding). Ci*etst(>n������  Effectiye  Sept. 1st  m  Fals  SALE OF ESTBAY &M.F  Came to thn pa-esulses of the under-  nirsned on or about Sept em iter 15, 1827,  ont> black ������nd white calf, %v it h si a ml I  slit in right ear. Unless imtmiil Irs  sooner claim ed calf will We sold at 30  n.iai., Sataaadwy, October J5 1027 wt  nay ranch ������t Ofs������ston.    JASV DAVIS  n aisd  Winter schedule of-.prices  ^vsrfll prevails as follows :  MIL.K  -JEBSEY���������7 Ouarits for &L00  HOLSTEIN���������10 Quarts, $1,00  CREAM  Pint..... 30c    J-Fint.. ��������� 15c.  =��������������� vu  **f  Winchester 30 30 carbine.  Winchester 30 30 long barrel  30 Remington Standard Rifle.  Marlin 22 repeating rifle.  ������. MAWSON  tere^t to hear that the price paid  th.s year for B.C. bonds is just as  good as that offered for the Domin  ion backed bonds of the Canadian  National Railway, and is the highest price paid in recent years for  the bonds of any province.  Insofar as the conduct of British  Columbia's affairs goes no better  evidence of confidence in those at  the iheadf of affairs could be given  than this scramble to buy B.C.  bonds at. this best ever price. A  government that is so highly re  garded by- those who have money  to lend is surely one that deserves  the support of disinterested citizens.  mntS Hemyy  'M'mWs**        BTm ttB&fff'SfSEs' SS$b  V  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  Consesziion Choices Lucky  Appropriate Action  Official announcement by the  C.P.R. that Duck Creek station  has been re-named Wynndel, in  order to have postal and railway  facilities in accord as to name, is a  consideration that will obviate ., a  certain amount of confusion that  has always existed due to the dual  titles, and whioh poaifusion becomes  the worse confounded with the  rapid expansion of the fruit ship-  pang at that point.  While  for tal!   round   use  Duck  Creek   would  have been more serviceable than Wynaadel, the change  to the latter could hardly be avoided in view of the wider commercial  publicity   Wynndel    had   received  through   the  activities  of the Co  Operative Fruit Growers  Association in particular, and in so readily  coucediiiK the change   the  railway  company has exhibited a commendable   willingness   to do team work  in  any .���������direction ^beipful   to   any  community. r       .^>  Commendation is also due railway officials in the selection of the  name Loasby for the. siding which  forme-fly has.been known as Wynaadel In recent years the company  has seen fit recognize efficient service in conductors by decorating  their  uniforms   with   stripes*  and  "HEME'S YOUR. GOOD HEALTH T  Pharmacy Week���������October 9th - 15th  Your Druggist is more than a merchant.    Try the Drugstore "Erst.  Creston Drug Sl������ Book Store  GEO. H. aKKLaUY  ������T33  I  It's   What   You Hear that Counts!  Afsd  Ustenang to any raelio s^t you can instantly detect superiority or  inferioraty of performance.    We invite yon to judge  KOLSTER RADIO  on this impartial basis. We are satisfied that K-olster superiority, its  amazing quiiltty of tone, its?hair line selectivity, the remarkable ease  ������vith which it Airinga in. distant, stations, -its���������siniJEi'lieity tind ease Of  cperaition will -fee e** naarKed: eyea when it is conapiiwu **vlth -5������ts eostiag  mndkx intare that you will fecopsnize it at once. We urge you to make  it a point to have a Kol&t^r demonstration befoare buymg a-r^  PREIV! I ER   GARAGE  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  SSK-Js'.CE CS5S ANVTH?W^ OPERATED BY GASOLINE    f  -B���������jtr-.���������  connection  Mm SmWfPttheHi  Shoe and Harneae Repairing  In breaking away from its age  old oustom of selecting a leader at  a caucus of the eleced members,  and this week convoking a Dominion wide convention of its supporters to name a federal leader for the  Conservative party. Conservatives  will find ccnsolation iii recalling  that the more democratic procedure  haa always brougiht luck to the  Liberals whose policy has been to  choose leaders at national gather"  ings.  In  1894   the   late   Sir   Wilfrid  Laurier  was chosen, and  in 1896  with oldtime throttle pullers recognition has been given by placing  their names on the engines. *  With other equally-appreciated  employees it has not been so easy  to give this public recognition, and  it is therefore all the more satisfactory in thia instance that when occasion presented itself the quarter  century of effioient "������a)ork of Yard-  master C. M. Loasby at Sirdar has  had the prefereuce over many  others to whom such consideration  would, undoubtedly, be due.  In addition to his long term with  the   railway, Yardmaster   Loasby  gVioCLABY'S  \  .��������� Our Service  The Bank was established in 1875, and in  the course of fifty years Branches have been  established front time to time at carefully  chosen points. The service at all Branches is  local and personal, but it is also world wide in  scope. A moderate sized Bank���������not too machine-like,���������with a friendly interest in its clients.  St  C. W. ALLAN,  OF CAISCADtA.  CRESTON BRANCH,  Manager,  ������Rsraa  ftiitan  Changes a Chilly House into a  Cheerful Home  Here at last is solid comfort! No more chilly rooms.  No more sbivcu'iwg temperatures. Tbe "Fnrnaccttc" is a  thoroughly practical solution to your home heating problem  and a handsome piece of furtutnre as woll-~a warm air heating plant enclosed in a beautiful porcelain enameled all-steel  cabinet. You can place it ira any room and it will keep the  entire house coay and comfortable.  BRITISH eOLXJ ]VTBI A.  The Mineral Province of Western Canada  - TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Haa produced Minerals aB follows; Placer Gold, $78,018,948; Lode Gold, $126,072,318,  Silver, $80,787,003; Lead, $106,976,442; Copper $209,967,068; Ziiio, 050.512,557; Coal  and Oolcer$264,699,133; Sbruotnral Materials* and MiAceHaiieotiB Minerala, $50,175,407; mak-  iiiK its niinerahproduotion to the end of 1926 show an  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Production ��������� year ending December, 1926, $67* 188,842  The MimttB Laws of thia Province are more liberal and the feea lower than those of  any other ProvEnoe sn the Dominion* or any oolony in fc>io IBnfciah Empire, ' -   v .  Mineral looatiohH aro rgrantod to diaooverera for nominal ffcea.  Abaciuto TifcloB are obtained by developing; suoli propertied, the Reourir-y of which in  ���������guaranteed by Crown gran to. '*,.",-   *.  Full iulTormutioji^ logo th or with Mining 'Eoportfl and Mapn, mny be obtained Rratia by    ,  addreaning���������:*  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  ttonlly all British Ortlumbla Mineral Proportlea upon which developmaul work haa be-on done  ikaed in t������oin<a one of Lho Antuuail Reports of the ManlNter of Mines.   Tluwa conaidevlno' u.inh^  "(St  PHC" &^' _____L__jp *fe^y  nre ������loHnrlk������ed ������m ���������������������.������������������������-w.fv, w. ������ ���������..,-.-. ������-^4   ~ .,..,..���������,. -���������          --_--���������- . ,  Invoutmenlo nahouUl rr-f������r to such re porta. Tliey are available without charge on applieiiUon to tlie lie-  partmeut o Mines. VloLoriu, B.O. Eeporta of the Ge������lo������lcul Wui'voy ������i* Oiuiadia, Wlnoh Building, Van-  (rnnvnp t������ri> iw������������Mimenda!d na valuabte bouitccp of Infornnitlnn. . , .,  Roporta aaovorlng etieh of the Hix Mlcinral S<������rv������-y S>lHtri������U ai-e puMlahcd wpwnHy, "������nd are mvall  nlalo on uppllcatlon.  mmMmmiftmitmtimmmmmmm***  i ���������ffHB CKBSTOH REVIEW  u-  /���������  L���������������&1 aini rPevtonaI  Stev, IsSt. Biuckbura of Craisbrook  will take the services .in Oreston Pres?  hyterian Church at 11^1 a.m. and  7.50 &m , Sa-sd^y,, October? ieth.  lage council on Monday night funds  were voted for the opening off Van-  conver street through from Victoria  to Bartaa AveaeeB and work will be  started at once. .The right of way  was recently purchased from JU P.  iJofenstcma  B..Fes^tsGon, provincial assessox ox  Nelson waa here on no official visit on  Thursday swatl Friday, making *m������ Suspect-ion of the outside districts re vis  ing" the assessment soil for next yes**  In the* riUftge he usee the roll prepared  by n������Re^sor Taylor for school tax purposes. ,  A crew of about twenty men left  here on Thursday last to commrnve  denting operations on the BLusfcanook-  Grey Greek rond on the stretch be*  tween Kuskanook and Sanea. Other  help hfts been secured and there-are  about 30) men ut   work  in   the-  two  gangs.    _' _  Rev.W. Daly, B.A., 1*1j.D., who has  been pastor of the Presbyterian  Clvuroh she past two years, with Mrs.  Da'sy, left on Tuesday im Victorias,  where, they will, have a month's vaca  lion with members of the family.  for pre-  Pjsabs ������������xb, SAaue���������-SuUahis  serving, 90 cents bos.    Percy Bo&ey*  Mr. Hcdtey of tbe provincial collectors o2ice������ Nelson, v?as nerd ������Ma Thursday, when he held a sale-of the lands  in the Creston district in aj^ears for  taxes. Rkiiu-r properties were offered,  hut most of those -advei iSsed were  withdrawn dne to the taxes having  been.paid prior to sale-date.  - SSra. (Rev.) Daly was- a guest of  honor't������t a shower,glyen by the Pres-  byterisain ������^dia������s^ Aid at the home of  M re."''���������). ��������� li. Eare on Fw day ^ ujft ern oor������,  at which the guest was the recipient  off -rtia������y tlaaacsy, gs^s? I������ appreciating  of her work in the. aid and church.  There was "a targe turnout of membra  atnii -a. EUOS& e������joya.lf>lfe afternoon wf������s  spent.   - V    " f  Hair������ Your Feet  Well Shod   ~  ������-  a ������.-   ^      _ -���������       .     _  ca..-v       Creston   Badminton  preached his farewell senuoa oro Sas.,       --   -.-   ._.  Say night. ************  -fer  At i.M* October stteet!?������K of the vH-  ���������������������������������usss  CUSTOMS SAUE  BY  PUBLIC AUCTION  meeting on  evening at which there was practically  -a. full turnout of old members. It was  decided to. play oaiT the asatnedaysas  last year���������Tuesday -evening and Thursday afternoon and evening, with the  addition <>f Saturday afternoon when  the hall is available. The opening  date wi.l he Ihursday evening. ������etc  hes  th. at She, trarl-sh'  Kali  Playing 5  members will be limited to 25, with a  n-iesaahership fee of $5, Aa several of  the old members have left, the district  1 there will be worn for a limited number of new members. Non-playing  membership fee is S$l. Applications  should be made lo the srcretary, H. ii.  Greenwood.  "by wearing  urray*s Shoes isi  New Styles  for Men and Women  and  Penman's H  for, Mex5? Women and Child-  rens in all new shades, in  Wool,   Silk   and   Wool,  and All Silk.  Agents for Jaeger AU Wool.  To ho  sold by   puKUo  aaciiun *ondev the  provisions   o������ the Customs Act. at Customs  *^r,      - ------ -    -  -  . ragsksase Canadian Pacific Railway freight  ebedaon^^SBNKSI>AYtOOTOBEJcl iKistT827  at 2 **Mn. tis������ iono-wing gao^s-wlsicis hs&m ween  forfeited or which are in dcfeult for payment  ofaatUwiiaSselfe^CfesSossBlaws;   vis;  1  2  3 pieces Steam chest and ports  2 crates M&r������ls  Z Sea.Steve castings  4 ' 3 pieces Cable ana Blocks  5 l case Hardware  6 4 "boxes Mechanic Tools  7 ' 7 parts Galvanised Ironware  2ft bandies Galvanised Buckets  S  ?.fco*-t "Stools   -  2 cartons Sickles  - 1 ex-ate Wood Handles  4 cartons Hose SprinWote  S 1 ease FiBbing Tackle  10 t*be*������Mnnnfactaringljeather  SI 5a ssa^asEesHoSd-waie  12 1      **   ~ -Hardware ��������� ��������� ��������� .  13 18 farorodles Galvanized Iron. Falls  ��������� ������������������is -,. r....   shov^7^  ..���������������..'���������*-*���������* '-   Coal Scoops  5 :...*��������� _     Grain iScoops  14 leaseManoxaciuxlug-^BfDSS  15 * crates Sad Iroas  1      "       Hot Plates  1     "       HotKates  16 20 cases Hardwaro  17 14    '���������*".,. Hardware _  IS IS bases and bundles Hatdware  19  5 eases tfishiiag Taclds  ������ 8    **    Hardware ,  81 *caitons Iron Chain  22 1 box Hardware  1 "   Harness Chain  23 3 crates Mechanic Tools  2 boxes Mltro Sa'ws  24 S eases Xfcaded Sheila  2 boxes Flash lights  25 *    *a .   v icet*  1 "    Mechanic Tools  3 **    Wrenches  2 **-    OhaiaWrencheB  1 case Fishtag Tackle  SIU OF IU?0UHO������& 6QW  CKU    ^^^^S^    S^*^31   B&^&.   '^^^^^ 'fSSr^^B^ ���������  1^1" 11-aias  ^Uifirftii i  LIRfl TED  Hestiee is feerelay |?iven that, tmless  sooner clainaed, there -will be oireW'd  toy sate at public auction at the Pound  in the Village of CreStan. ft ;  1 Jersey heifer, no brands. ���������  Sate   at    10   a..m-.    WEDJ^BSDAY,  OtnXJBF.R 19th. ISK7.  W. G. HENDY, Pbnndkeeper.  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  ACT AMENDMENTS  as  27  2S  29  30  ?^1  1  8  1  fl  -ffiia  S3   1  8ft   1  ss a  S3 a  M  ���������t  60  SI  m  63  01  05  00  67  68  01  62  IronHInees  Vicea  Sad IronR  Xileetrio Appliances  Mecheuiia Tools  Klectrlo BqrUpmont  Enamelwaro  Mechanio Tools  Wrenches  Tojpchea  Hardware  10 bandies Shovels  37   1 case Stamped Bfn.88-  SB 81 "bundles Tool Steel  flu l case Ha~rdware  3  ���������"   ���������J.-MskBeta-'  tlO 1  "    Cntlery  41 3 bales Twine  42 22 cases Cartridges  48 8 boxes Tools  4ft   1    "     Hardwar������       _  45- lcasa ManufactnarlnB Brasa  IS 87 packa������ee Palls, Kte. ^,.  47 2 cases GInjBawa-ro and Silverware  43 1 bundloJ3tov6 Casttngs  40 13 oases Knaaiielwnxe _  ~"   4 ,'"������������������    8tecl3EilnBfia>lCto.  1 ������������������   Mechanio Tools  2 ������������������   Hawlware  2   ���������"   fiprfna Hinges  1   "'    Me<lickne Cabinet  1   "���������    Saws  7 paekjujea Baaoball Eaulpmont  fl ciuftonallardwaro  .. .   4 canc4Ftahlnff molclo  ������9 18 packages Various Hatdnvaro  flO 20       "    _JBte������dwaro  8 oartone Meotrio Stoves  \. ".. JpiowerPlpcB.  Abundloa jFeodlni  fioaartonoltotaryl--^,   Jl       M       Portable FOticfis  4       "       B. aPoRtllrillii  1       ������*      Power firllla  7 boxes Cream Horaratore  1 "     Separator Parts  ������   '���������     Tr^ycre IronQ  a   *'     TiyyerelronB"  a oaartoaiH Coal and Gas Itiwieros  2 "     ftanffe Cloaots  ty   i QStixi Ivan-rots.?������  aft3������erateaWiro   ,,     - ^  OS  l case Olson arnd Nloklo Plated Waro  1   ��������������� Jilokol Plated M'aro  Oft SoaaoHToolH     t .  ���������    a  07 OpaeknuaeijlClootrloaoodH  na  lboxHteelFiHlitnficlCoda  ������0  1 cartoon Base Ball������loves  70 2     ���������*"      Ibaas Boll Gloves  71 'lboxltlrflea.  1  "   AminunlUonw .,    .  33  leratcBkHs .^k ���������������     ,k . _,  74   1 box Bra** CboflUMJandlOfl o.nA Cornoa-n  70  l   " l*H;tty   SiCntres. and    W������Hir*.s������sr  Trriinarnwrs Tools  70  1   ������������������  mnblnKKooln -  I  " Fieablniff itodn  77   1   "   FlMhinff lleola     ,  7ft* l  "   IfiJeotrle'Ourlinif Xt^as  71) S mrtoni* EtulUtor SJiuttcrfl  (ib and Water Pipes  rillowor Pipes  Ami ntbw artlolen as jmr Hut on niojiwd to bo  Seen   at the   Unutonia  Watwliyuua. ���������CmmefilB.ri  >aelflo Itallwar rretrrrbt ahedn, Nehion, B.O,  THKJ.**3 C * hH*i ,   HhIm Hubleet to oonUnuanoe  next day said ttntU coanp������ottH������.  3, O. BUN VAN.  Collector of Kattonal "fleveniis.  Dated at Nftlftoo, 3J. a   NilneUacntltt Bay o*  ttoptember, tWI.  ��������� jPBSoSMPTIONS  Vaaceaat, "umcaserved, surveyed Ocnwn  iaadd Baay h& pre-eB^ted hy British  suhjects over 18 years of age, and by  aliens on declaring intention to become  BsilMaa subjects, conditioiaal upoa residence, occupation, and improvement  1or agricalturai *pirposes.  Fttfl information concerning reguia-  tioxis regarding pre-emptions. Is given  In Bulletin. No. 1, Ijand Series, **How  I to Pre-empt IianoY* copies of which can  be obtained &ee of ctiargc by addressing the Department of Xj&nds, Victoria,  B.C., or to any Government Agents  Becords will be granted covering only  land suitable for tagrictdtural purposes,  and ���������whiclk Is not timb&vlaad, $&., car-  ryteg over RsfiOO bosrd teat per acfe  -west of the Coast Range and 8,000 feet  per -acre cast of that range.  Applications for pre-emptions are to  be addressed to the .Land Commissioner  of the Xtand. Becordlng Division In  -which., the land applied for lis (situated,  and are mode on printed forms, copies  of -which can he obtained "from thelimd  CoisssaS^sSsnsr.- - "  -���������-'���������������������������  Pre-emptions must he occupied foe  five years and imptovements -made to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivating at least five acres,  before a Crown Grant can be received.  For more -detailed. Information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt band." I  ','  PURCHASE ?���������?-; ...���������;������  Applications are received for purchase  of vacant, unreserved Crown Lands,  not being timberland, for agrtaultuaral  purposes;' minimum piico of flwtt-clasB  <������jrable> land la 95 per acre, and -second  etslnss Cg-ra&lng) land $2������.&0 per acre.  Further Information regarding purchase  or lease of Crown lands is given In Bulletin No. 10, X*nnA Bertos, "Purchaoo?  and Lease of Crown Lands."  . Mill, factory or Industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, tho conditional including* payment of Btumpago.  HOMESITE MEASUB  Klnuurvey-ad. aa'coa azot exceeding? ao  acres may be leased as homesltes, conditional upon a dwelling being erected  In the first year, tltlo being obtainable  after residence and Improvement con-  diidona e������sro ttjilfillcd and land has been  ourveyed. .  UBABBB  For grossing and Industrial purposes  arena not wxeeedin!? 840 acres may be  leased by one person or a company.  QEtAZINO  Under the Orating Act the Province In divided Into grassing districts  wa& tho xatttfe adminloteccd under a  araidna Commissioner. Annual 2tbk-  Ing permits are issued, based onnum-  ber������ ranged, priority being -given to  established owners. Stock-owners may  Suxza s^zzs^itXtzr^ fnr mntm manaoc������>  ment. .Two. or partially Xree permtta  (are it������vallab>te for tetiterH, campers or  travellerss, up to ten head.  Tise school st-t^ndance is on the  light side just at present, as all the  available help is being utilized to finish the apple harvest this week.  Joi-k McRobb, -who has been at provincial police work for the jiast three  !si������nth@ tat Ore ton. has finished has  official dui������es9 and this week Is at  wo������k with a bridge crew on the Kit  chener road,  Hans Anderson is leaving for L.\im-  berton this month where he hats?taken  a ick^gin-g contract with the B-C  Sprnce Company at that point.  Rev* Bryce Wallace of Oram brook  was in charge of the XJhited Church  service here on. Sunday afternocm.  Pastor   Srerdoaas   exehaitajging   work  The Farmers" institute had the fir&t  regular session nn Saturday night at  the hall, the evening being largely  Raven over to completion of organ ise-  ation. In its practical work the Institute should be of serylce, .particularly  in powder buying, att it is the only  institute between Yahk and Bos well*  Changes a Chilly Hcrase into a  3p5������  SBS  Here at last is solid xjomfort!  -ISo more chilly rooms.  No more shivering temperatures.     The ^Furnaeette" is a  ^���������.i-,,   Mrs. Denier* h::y been successful an  selling her ranch here, which was formerly owned by Martin Nelson, a salt  of the place going through this week.  The buyer ie Steve Beneniuk of Garon,  Sask., who gets imtnediate possession.  Mrs. Demeis and family nre new living ait Arrowhead, where her* eldest  son is employed.  taorougiiiy practical solution to your home heating problem  and a haBdsome piece of furniture as well���������a, warm air heating plant enclosed in a beautiful porcelain enameled all-steel  cabinet.    You can place it in any room and it will keep the"  " e house cosy and comfortable.  ���������sntir^  *\**i^^^8*\\  Home to the Old Country  WIFE TAKES VINOL  FEELS FINE NOW  *kI was w eak and had no strength  Since taking Vinol, I feet fine now and  do my work again.11���������Mrs. G. Bairnes-  berger. The very FIJtST week you  take Vinol, you begin to feel stronger,  eat and sleep better. Vinol is a  simple* stretaghtenlnsc iron and cod  liver compound In use for over 25  ypairB by weak, nervous women, rundown men and sickly children. Creston Drug & Book Store  Christmas - New Years  Travel  BQAR FOfS SERVICE  ���������mh���������������������������w  Ra*gi������itered Berkahlre Boar for service, Fee, 88. it. STEWART, Alice  Siding.  Fa-rbi No. ia  (0ootiona������i  ������ 4% s\tr"i%  J4rf"%i"w*  Jhtmtr *^# Hr Smr    ^*nm*0i0 m ���������  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Purchase Land  ''';"P^  Special Trains and Low Fares to  the   Seaboard  during   December  Leave WINNIPEG 10.00 a.trs.  connecting with  Christmas  Sailings  PtovIuco of HtlUeJ  In Arrow Oiewk.  OoAt Mountain.  TAKI&.  _.tdltia District of  urnlila, and fiituato  !������y on cant bIodo ot  _ NO'i'lOilijajat KES6 BTjraaik Aarow-  umitli. ut Csmum, H.O.. ������omip������wtlon, uplnntw,  itit*.intU Uk apply for p__p*m������!i������Ion io paarohtum lh������  tallowlniif dcworlbud. larnlftt Oomarnnnctinff at a  tMiet nUntod ouo t**tyl n-omi. UoutBs En.pt comnu  ot Baiblot 1ST) ot I^ota lim and i������05] tl  nlmliiiri wciit; thfctKse ~    -------  CbftlftB  tfMtHljJ Wicj..v������i  thfcnoe'SOchnlnn miutlii tn  3*itS*.h. "*,f������'*' *mtn-.  tbonoo M  thonc^ 4r  Uamtut 10 mm wof_h nr Urn*.  m    ^ClOTK IfTlANK ARHOWBM1TH.  BAto<i Wwpt^mber *. ktwtr  FtNtm WINNIPEG  Km. 23 * S.S. laieliU Um UMmX  Oie, 3 * S.S. Uontclilr  niR,  6 - S.S. ioiUota  Die. 11 - s.s. filotttatira  D������. 12 - S.S, Montcatra  u  ���������I  <������  tl  SIJOU  i.  i.  it  * Not. 25 for Giitgdi, Belfast, iiiirp^l,  - Oec.  6 " Bilfatt, Qlugow, U������rPwl  - See. 9 " Bilfist, Glasgow,  Uuwol  - Dm.  14  15  to**, Ct:rfc?s!2,' S*������il������f.B!ifMi  Bellas!, Uflerpol  Through Sleeping Cars io connect with Special*- at Winning  wiii Be oiwrai#J from Edtzontoss? Calgary, Saskatoon  Moose Jaw and tlegltut  For full particular** auk TicWit Agonta  W. B. MARTIN, Creston.  *i ������ it. Li * T^' ��������� ^* ~ ^^^ = ^w m  ���������f.   W.   tSUJiVMJ>M ftW8IBM.iLBEPI'*^B*gM  ! N-������trir.M4 ������Ms4eyiWfa*������Wi^Ae *-^tw*1)fcSeV^a������������ii^������W������iU������Krt*i.-.ni*Aiij^ itXamsii&smitytei >X^Jte<rv^'W^������������.'^a^*������y*i*.-Uf*W,>������**������l������������������w  3^.,, b.   a  ^  ||      Great Success of  || Cantassium Treatment  |V A -well-known London eureeon  Vand recognized authority on  SCancor has created world rivWo  Vintorest In tlie discovery tliat  gCancer is aue to it deficiency of  g potassium "salts" In the body.  ���������fe?svhich causes the cells to break  ffSo-vvn arid become jnsalig-iaiit.  fin order tliat every  one may learn  The Real Cause of  y Cancer  |a remarkable book has been  :::'specially written.  3- This book will be sent free to  Jfpatientn or any one who is tti-  C-'-terestcd in tlie most successful  >!. method of fighting "TIIK CANC-Klt  'S SOUROR"  V: The following is a list of the  if chapters:  *; i. Tbe L.lm'tn tions of Surprery: 2.  l'~ Some l.loetors Oppose Operation: 3.  ?i What Cancer Is; 4. Why the 1JODY  S CELLS 111113AK DOWX: 5. lnjur-  f ions CookinK Methods;: 0. Common  ������ Errors hi I>i.--t; 7. Vital Elements,  of Food; S. Meflical Krulorsements  ;- of Our ^taim; J). The i'hlet' Mtner-  ' tils of the Body: 10. Tlie Thymus  S Gland: II A^e When Lime BoKhifi  A to Aceumviinte: i2. i.*otassnim  ������������������: Causes Ijime Excretion: IS. Great  i Value of !V>tassuim: 14. farts of  >;���������. trie ISouy Inhibit: to Cfvneer; iS.  ? 1'art.s Which Are Seldom Affected:  ' 16. ilov. a Doctor Can Kelp: If.  I How to Avoid Oai:cer: tS. l>eath-  ?������ rate From Ounccr; li>. Arleria'  ; Sclerosis and OKI Ape: 20. Rheumatism.   (Jouc   und   Kindred   Co:n-  With this book are a number of  \ Interesting casv-. reports proving the  great value cf "Cantassium Treatment" in various eases. The treat-  ' ment is simple and inexpensive,  and can l>e easily taken in one's  own homo. Apply for free book to  Charles .Walter. 51 t3"uc������v������r.iek  Avenue. Toronto. Ontario, Canada.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEF?! TOLD  iA^nesty jfor 800 prisoners on, the  occasioaSoi. President';? Von ^H*li|_a*en-  burg's eightieth birthday has been re-  cniefetod by --"the Gera&it League for  Human Rights.? V;    ?.?,..yfVY:  When the Niagara left Xuc3iland,  N.Z. recently, she took 5,600 boxes of j  butter fo"r Vancouver and 1,100 for  Victoria. She had a quantity also for  Ilpiiolulu;, and ? Shanghai, the total*  shipment being 8,232 boxes.  Explosion������������������������������������,ot a    German ,  howitzer  shell,  used  to   decorate  the   doorway  at the Villa of C^en. Boichut, govern  or of Strassburg, killed    Charles    Or-  tallo, the governor's .-man servant, and  wounded the man cook.  |     By January 1928, the "Department of  ! Health -wlU have    30physicians    in  I European;    cities    inspecting      itumi-  | grants who are about    to    leave    for  I Canada,    The department expects by  ; this new policy to relieve the diifieui-  ? ties at Canadian ports.  All that has . been. recovered of the  ' siaiii monoplane, Old dory, lost, with  I its three occupants iu an unsuccessful  ��������� attcainpt  to  lly   to Roane  is  contained  ! in a small' pine bo;t S x S x" 4.      The  f  \ wreckage,  consisting of tangled wire.  ��������� a wheel of the landing gear and three  ' battered gas-tanks, was found by the  steamer Kyle, 650 males off Nowfound-  laU'd.  Th������ ferSsk* pungent taste of  Red Rose Tea is kept at its  best In tk*d brignt, sanitary  aluminum package. You will  never find new the flat, stale  tasteVWhicIt is so often complained of in. tea packed in  inferior containers. 6T  | Newspaper Association Executive 1  /    -&<**-*������"*?$' '"���������   ' ���������*     %?.  WW  wr*       ^    J T .  Alralara-s Service lr������ Hawaii  What promises to be a forerunner  of consinereiai aviation in Hawaii is  the establishment of an airplane service for visitors who desire to see the  Islands from the air. Regular flights  are made over the various islands.  ������  ������aoits������ i/iy  1*1:^    ���������'  ror  ti  asiona  Prepared Especially for Infants  and Children of All Ages  fi ������������������������������������ ii ii���������-m^mmmmm. .  JMcther! Fletcher's Castoa*ia has  been in use for over 30 years as a  pleasant, harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Toothing Drops and"  Soothhig Syrups. Contains no narcotics. Proven directions aa*e on each  package. Physiciahs       everywhere'  i-ecommehd it. - ?  The genuine bears signature of           ^���������;:;':^W:W:iiS3  EMULSION  Battleford; vice-president, S. Ii.  Moore, Swift Current; secretary-  treasurer, S. J. Dornan, Alameda.  Executive: E, Garrett, Watroust' S.  N. vY'ynae, York ton; G. W. Sin all-  wood, Kinlstino; T. E. Scriver, Wolse-  ley; K. Q. ghelldrakej/ North Battle-  ford, and������ C. J. Allbon^AsquIth.  S? N. Wynne, Yorkton, recently  elected president of the Canadian Association, wdfs the speakear tti' Thursday afternoon's'.session. During the  course of his remarks, Mr.'''Wynne''  read an extract from the report of  the British Columbia Association in  which a strong tribute was paid to  the Saskatchewan division.  *   ���������.  *- i  I  Englishman Has Odd Farm  Why Hobbie Along  On Sore Corns?  ��������� -   "N e K^u3& s  in     Kent.  Specializes  In    Butterfites   and    Ships  Them   AH   Over   Country  "Nowadays there are aaiany kinds of  farsis, but ahe oddest is pix>babiy the  Kutterfly farm.    Sfiy L. "W:.  renicirkablc establlslm-'.t'nt  England,   sends   thousands   oi"   butter-  ���������fiies   aaid '* moths f to   all   part   of: the  country, .'in Yorkshire there is a butterfly farm  at  Burniston, near  Scar-  borough.??Mr.  Ne-wxnan  specializes  in  J&ritish specimensValone, ~bixt at Bairn-  iston all manner oC exotic "species' are  included.       In   the  late   summer  display   oE   Indian   silk  moth   arid   other  beautiful'foreign'races'--is  a thing-to  be remembered. y  Don't cut corns -with an old razor.  Infection followed often by death may  result fi*oni pariuj? corns -with an infected ;*- knife. Quick. ?afe relief comes  fromfusing"Putnam's Corn Extractor.  If ?afflicted with cornsi calluses or  sore footluinps. use "Putnam's''���������it'y  reliable and sure ao shrivel up the  corns softheydroa right yoffiG No laain,  no soreness, 'but quick f relief from  sore corns.cdhios tp.-all vrhpy^use Put-  tia-tn^ Painless Corn Extractor. 25c.  at all dealers.  Cost?Of Bushel Of Wheat  United States shov.- that the highest cost of producing a- bushel of  \yheat:in ;N������r.th.^.Ame_rica:..:.>yas_. at a  town iaa Minnesota; the cost Was  $2.2:?. The lowest cost was at the  home town of ey-Premier.. Greenfield,  in the Peace "River; the cost was 54  cents.  S. J. , Dornan, Alameda, secretary-  treasurer of Saskatchewan Weekly  Newspaper Association.  The person who .'���������walked'7 across the  I^fow, unless he moves pretty smartly, he is often referred ta as "the deceased."   . : '  '  \a>   t  Sao*l  t&y tlias safe  l*������on't. plari on n. f=u^���������si',-'^'' opnr.'ttion  liiiforo you've tried Anusol Sup-  posiioi-Ioa,  For while surpicn' attontinn is sometimes necessary tlie fact remains tliat  many of your follow si iff ore is have  avoldoA the surp-eon's lciiif<������ liy ihe usft  of those medicated re mod iai aponts.  Annsol Buppositovfcs are favorafoly  lcnown tq tlio medicitl lJi-ofosslcnn and  are backed flijr a half centnry of sm-  cess \i\ the' heal Ine of Hemorrhoids  (rues).  Free from harmful insredientp. Pnfo  anil offcotlve Tor yonnir and old. s**f>l':;  hy drua?K������sts everywhere in red scaled  hox.cs-  -\VrIte us, if von wish, for one do^en.  Po-sipald. for . $1.50. Canadian &  t'-orfciKia AKency Company, . Unity  Hiilldinjr. Montreal.  SUPPOSITORIES  y .y. 1 ('>'r",y'"''; "St *':-''."'';' [~A.y!r~ .;y.r-".~--.'vy ..-'**;ArrU'S'~  AO   OFFKU  TO   INVENTORS.    SEND  for cur free IJRt of Inventions wanted,  and   rr������o  nclvlcq.  The ltamaey Ooin-  panv, iMternntlonnl Patent Attormoys. 371.  j'.ntiK .Si.. Ottawa. .  Good-bye Asthma. Persons suffering frem that extremely trying trouble knowai as asthma know what it is  to long with all their hearts for escape  as from a tyrant. Never do they know  when an attack may come and they  know that to struggle unaided is yain.  With Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Astlima  Remedy at hand, however, they . can  say good-bye to their enemy1 and enjoy life again.    It helps at once.  Transfer of -wot-ldr interest from  China to Russia doesn't help the  proof-readers much.  The Oil For the Farmer.���������A bottle  of Dr. Thomas' Ec'lectric Oil in the  farm house will save many a journey  for the doctor. It is not only good for  the children when taken 'with coUIjs  and croup, and for the mature Who  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.  Conceit is deceptive, but it is rarely percepijve.  Newspaper Men Foregather  Eleventh      Annual      Convention       Of  Saskatchewan Weekly Newspaper  Assoelatioa?  Regina..���������In point of attendance and  in general enthusiasm the - eleventh  annual convention of the Saskatchewan Division of the Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association was the  most success fail gathering of the organization yet held. Organized, in  1916, the Association has been steadily increasing in strength, and now is  able to boast of a membership of one  hundred per cent. No small .-.amount,,  of credit for this success is due to  the untiring work of the energetic  secretary, S. J. Dornan, of Alameda.  The sessions were held In the Hotel  Saskatchewan,    - * where excellent  accommodatipn was provided for this  holding of meetings as well as for  entertainment. Regina was unanimously  chosen  as the meeting place  for the 1928. convention,,   Qn '"ThurgdayV a: luncheonf as?'given  byytlie Regina,; Board ;of Trad^ and. a  dinner^-was tendered? byfthefSaskatch-  ewari Governanent, after which the  delegates were the guests of the Toronto Type Foundry Gov, at a theatre  party. The Saskatchewan Wheat Pool  management gave a luncheon on Friday and on Friday evening the Weekly  Newspaper Association were hosts at  a dinner, at. which the president-elect,  j Mr. McCullough, of Weyburn, presided.  Officers were elected for the coming  year as follows: T. H. McCullough,  Weyburn, president; Hon. President,  Hon. S. J. Lalla; Hon. Vice-President C. R.    Mcintosh,    M.P.,    North  Neural gia    ^  The raadderaing pain, will  succumb   to'   applications    of Min-  , ard's.  ./ert/qfy  WBest  4 tit  ������vv������  arum  ������reu  TINTgNG  are so easy and perfect IF you  use the same kind of dyesProfes-  sional Dyers use. 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Hear nothing! He's dead���������dead���������  the best man God's sun. ever shone on  ��������� murder.r���������-murder ��������� murder!" Rose  wrung her hands dramatically in������imi-  tation ot Mrs. Wymuth, while the  girls choked with laughter. Then she j  cakeiwalked round  the room, singing   we ;want a letter from you to read at  our meeting. We have them from all  absent members. Lily is at the Coast  'I    will    laugh,' and    love    and    be  .strong.' "  "Helmi," cried Minnie, "It's here!  You wer ' strong when you hit him���������  that covers it, Helmi, ain't you glad?"  Helmi took the book and followed  the line with her fingea*. "I sure was  strong," she said.  The  liouse   was   silent���������so   still   it  seemed  as  if its  heart  had stopped  beating:    Helmi's miud was not altogether   at  rest   over   vvnat   she   ha<J  done, alternating between the exaltation tliat the letters from her friends  had brought her,  the  happiness  that  ha'd come to poor little troubled Minnie, the assurance of the Blue Book,  and a deep sorrow for what she had  done.    Was it * a very terrible thing?  she .wondered.    She recalled the sudden  rage  that ran like fire  through,  her veins when    Mr.    Wymuth _^ha<l  shaken* her; -"y Should she have just  borne it arid;made no resistance? She  would  get  Minnie  to write  it all to  Siiss Hodgerp (and  Miss de  Forrest.  They would knoSv. When she shut her  eyes she?could see the blood spreading on Mr. Wynrutli's pale cheek, and  Was Taken As Security  Valuable   .Diamond    King    Found    in  Hotel Safe After Fifteen Years\  Searching an old safe in 'the  Queen's Hotel, Toronto, before offering it at auction, Thomas^ Jenkins  found among a number of old papers,  a three-stone diamond ring that has  been lost for more than 15 years. The  ring will be sold- and the proceeds will  go to the McG-aw and Winnett estates.  xg<ixc>    <ifovy    vug    i ijt������6     iioo    t-atz.'ctj.    o.a  security for a debt from a guest of  the hotel when he was leaving withr  out funds to meet his account. Shortly  afterwards the old safe was abandoned, . and when the ring was -searched  for later it could not be found.  . The ring has three high-grade  diamondsv each weighing mote than  a carat, and at present prices has a  -valueof about $950, it is estimated..  n    ggjaoia-sti  ������������������������������������  &r  ������^  ������5vfr^ae?ss**������eatlfc������ .  bAVcb ��������� b ��������������� asV  ^That's wiry sa0defn/ aaotSiefs  prefer Vicks���������it cannot upset  aeiicate stomachs. Rubbed oa  throat -and chest,. it acts two  ways at once:  (1) Its healing vapors, released hy the body heat, are inhaled direct to the air passages;  (2) It^drawsout"the; soreness  like an. old-fashioned poultice.  am  "I'm-a- little wrinkled, prune.    I  not stewed yet but will ba soon."  Minnie held her letter rapturously  in her hands. She could not open it  before the girls. Waiting her chance  she stole out into the long, uncarpet-  ed hall, where she ran along in her  ?bare feet until she reached the linen  closet. There she found the switch  and fturhed fori? the ilight, trembling  with^^cltemehtt^f? '?%   '   '  A greats cry   broke   from _. Mimaie's  lipV as  she  read���������a  cry  of joy���������her_  mother loved her ; still, ioyed? arid ?be  lieved in lier and would staniYby her j  to tlae end.    There was a dollar bill  in tho-letter, and   a   whole   row   oi"  kisses,Varid  many   a  wordi of  living  coaufort. Minnie ran back to get Helmi, who was shewing the girls, what  had happened.    Her English had de-  .  serted her, but she shook Rose Lamb'  to show what had. provoked; her assault, and then showed with a menacing gesture how her hand had  dealt  the  blow.  The  girls were  deliciously  thrilled* and shivered ���������? with  delight.  '    The sight of Minnie's **juliant face  recalled Helmi, and... she followed her  down tho hall,' where Minnie  threw;  her   arms  around  her,   sobbing  with  .joy.  V   . -Tt's   all? eighty Helmi!  "My  mother  Ichovv-s.'   She is'sorry*--but says-I -must  not  worry ...now.     And  it; ends, ^God  ;^bless raypppa: little girl.'"  "'That is good Wordis," said Helmi  gravely, "and I'm glad I got it for you.  Will you read my letters?  and fEula is m Californiastill, and  Maud has gone to school. Miss Rodgers says you will be locked In at  night, for she knows Miss de Forest,  who used to' teach ttiere. We often go  a-iding now in*the car, and I guess  that is. all. We all wi|h;;.,;:yo^,; were  back. ��������� '' -       '"   i ���������?    ,  " "Your Loving Friend,  -v     - LucyV  Helmi understood, it when it had  been read .over again, and in Ker  heartfthere was a joy of knowing that  though she was in prison, someone  was thinking of her, and someone  wished she was again at liberty. Her  gang were loyal to her I      .      .-  Then came Miss Rodger's letter,  smelling daintily ofrlavender:���������    J  "My Dear Helmi:���������Tonight we are  meeting-in the church, and we areall  thinking of you, and* when we knelt  in our first prayer we had a few riain-  utes when we all just prayed for you,  and the girls saidP 'Keep Helmi from  evil -��������� keep Helmt cheerful ��������� let her  learn  English ? fast-���������and let her fhelp  someone * eyery day-���������aridkeep haired,  out of her? heart/   X wrote them dLown  so I could tell you, and then we prayed  together,  'Dear  Lord,  do not let  Helmi' e^e^ f c^et fthat; ^e >|s dear to  Thee.' We know, dear Helmi, that you  will  always be pure and brave,  and  God will7 not fail you; Worlc&hard at  your English, and do riot fret if your  i surroundings are not cheerful.   Make  hear again Mrs. Wymuth's queer  words* and. the' glass crashing arid  spHnteringf, She was sorry "for that,  and would; write to Miss Abbie about  breaking the glass.. Miss Abbie would  pay the damages.  The glass should be gathered up ���������  glass was sharp to walk on and made  quick cuts in 'feet.      Helmi ^slipped  stealthily from; her bed/. The gaa*ls yirere  all  . sleeping.  now.    Noiselessly    she  went down-stairs and Into the dining  room,, closing the    door    before    she  switched on the light. The chair which  Mr, "Wymuth had fallen against still  lay  on its side.    Helmi lifted it up  and* set the ro'om to rights.   Then she  began" to pick up the pieces of glass,  ver y careful to make no noise. At the  blood-stains on the floor she shuddered���������it was surely a dreadful thing to  shed blood j   she hoped. I*Ir. Wymuth  was not badly hurt.  Try as she would, Helmi could not  make herself feel very sorry. The exquisite thrill of power which she felt  when she saw him thrown from her  was still Hike wine���������it was glorious!  Helmi could have written a psalm of  elation!   "Now is my head lifted up  _ "IJE^-  A Welland   Lady  Tells  Of   the  Value'Of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills In Her Home  "I have many reasons for praising  Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills,"  says Mrs.  George L. Swick* R.R. No. 2, Welland,  Ont.     ^My first experience with this  medicine was in my girlhood, when,  following" an attack of scarlet fever,  I was left in a badly run down condition and the pills restored me to good  health.    Later in  my married  life., I.  had  a  severe  attack of  rheumatism.  Tne*pain in any right arm and should-,  er was so bad that I could not dress  myself without help.  Again I resorted to  Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills,  and  again they proved a blessing to me,  as soon the rhearmatie pains and stiffness disappeared arid there has been  no return of the    trouble.    Dr.    Williams'  Pink  PilUs have  also  been of.  great beneftt to my children. One of  my boys was    threatened    with    St.  Vitus dance.       His limbs    and    face  would twitch and jerk.      I gave him  the pills, and again they did not fail,  as under  the  treatment the  trouble  cessed."*1-'!  li?*,ve also  giyen the pills  to  anv little  girl,  who  was anaemic,  and in this case also with the greatest  benefit.      Naturally when I hear anyone complaining-of not feeling.well 5  Williams*-" Pink  Pills  little Helps For ThiiWeek  1 ..^......,..........F . "      ;"    "      i  I have chosen thee 3n the furnace  of affliction.-���������Isaiah xlviii. 10. ^  Who watched the artist paint a porcelain cup  Did wonder when he gathered brusbes  V' "UP/.   '"  And said, "My task is done,"  That on the toy's fine rim,  A border black ana erim  Contrasted hatefully witla gentle tint  Of pink  and  azure,  blond  and beryl  :.....--.,- hint, .  ..".'. ?, f..V?-.-  And mocked those threads of sun.  That made the cup a prize  To ravish royal eyes.  "Why. leave this scowl of black?" one  d������ared inquire.    ?  The artist answered, "CaVty -must taste  the fire,  And bythat������tes������ be tried."  Snatched from, the furririce heat,  "Transfigured and complete,   -  The dazzling gift comes crowned -with  aureole gleam,  Its-black all changed to gold. So, like  a "dream,  Heart said to heart that sighed,  Grief may be joy at last, ./  "When life's fierce test has passed.  The child, of God is   assured   that  above my enemies   .   .   .  they are as   neuraig}a and other nervous troubles.  read   driveth    away, i TsOie them as  af^know S^no^ther'mVdicine'tolall things work together for good; in  equal them in building up the blood this is plainly deluded the. pledge  and restoring health." ] that    chastiseirients    arid    afflictiona  " Take  Dr.  Williams'   Pink Pills for   sllan eventually prove a blessing,  anaemia,      rheumatism,     mdagestion, i - * ^t        > ...  ���������J. W. Alexander  chaff that the    wind   driveth    away. '. Take them as a tonic if you are not in  .-'-.- Thou preparest a table before | the best. physicaj. condition, _and_ cul-  me." She wanted to sing;  to march;  Helmi'sletters were from the gir^s i the best of them, remember the* way  of the Club and one from ivnss fixou-  fgers. Lucy Powers wrote: -"Cear  Helmi:���������We are at our suppei^, tonight and are thinking of you, we  hope you are well and happy, too. We  have scallobed potatoes and salad,  and rice pudding with a scab on top  that helps some. Mildred has a beau,  but   she won't   toll   who  ho   is,   and.  ���������J\-  THEY SUFFER  NO MORE  ���������-   ' ������  ������������������ -    .n  Two Women Owe Health  to Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  St.  Adolphe, Manitoba.��������� " I was  very weak and had great paina duranc   j inray periods so that  I could" not sweep  tho iio or.    Tho  paiins were in the  right atde and extended to tho left  and then down-,  -wards. It seemed  as if tho body waa  heaivy and upaaido  down.    It is tor  these   troubloa I  took the Vcgota-  ,__ bio Compound.   I  en-vv about it in a paper and one woman prevailed on mo to take it. It-  hiiB helped mo in every waxy, tho  paina- arc lea?./ ancl J have more nppo-  tiLe. It is a pleasure to recommend  J.,ydta E. PlnUham'H VcRctabto Coni-  pound to other women. '���������Mrs. J. I*  CouiWHAiNK. St. Adolpho,Manitoba.  Found Great Relief  Toronto, Ont.���������"1 aau iat the Chan j?o  oE Life with hot flaBhOB, dizzineaa-,  *weakiio8H and nervousness. 1 had  head noisoa aind waa short of breath.  I wtua tliiti wavy about nix months whon  I read jaboait Lydia E.Pmlcham a Vck-  etiablo Compounal in the nownpaperH.  I have tjakun eight hottleu aoJ ar^and  found jrreat relief."��������� MrM.U.J.Sai^  ���������*a*i ii"* t^v'W A va,. Toronto, One.  W.    N.    U.    1701  to be happy is to* help someone e-.se.  i am enclosing some stamps and  paper. Write to me, or get pome of  the girls to write. Miss do Forest Is  living with me now, and she ipo wants  to hear from you.  "Ever lovingly your friend,  p.''���������:���������'������������������ Edna Rodgers."  Helmi's eyes ^vere shining when  the letters were read. Miss Rodgers,  Miss de Forest, her two friends! She  was not alone, not a prisoner, not in  disga*ace���������her friends loved her.  Surely It could not luwe been wrong  to steal the keys���������she would write to  Miss Rodgers and ask her. Maybe the  Blue and. Gold Book could toll. She  and Minnie with her arms entwined  were sitting on a pile of blankets.  Helmi ran back to her Ilttlo red  rallso to get the oracle.- Minnie turned to the page Lucy had mentioned  and read tho meanory .verses:  "I will follow the upward, road today,  ..���������., I will keep ,niy. face .to the Hehl;  I will think high' thoughts as I go  ; .-.! -my .way ,  I will do,what I ki-tow is right;  I will look Cor the flo'wors by tho aide  oE the road,  I will laugh and lovo and bo strong;  I ,wlll try .to lighten another's load  -"This day as I faro along."  Minnie explained it to hor. "Soo,  Hulml, you've done all those. Ymi  lightened my loaid when you got my  letter for mo, nin't that so?"  Helani uoddet-l; that part wati all  right, but Hho, waa woa.J-ied stliout Mr,  ���������Wymuth. Would pa go eleven throw  any light on that? Would tho Xllno  and Gold Hook Huataln her lu knocking down tho Superintendent <vf tho  Girla* Friendly IIomo?-���������that wan tho  Question.  Mlunlo soarchod tho book ngalti.  g������.Sns" .over each Hts������>. "N������, It w-rmn't.  uxuctly 'looking Cor floworo S>y Ilia  aide  of  tho  road' ��������� but look hor-a:  to dance. SupposeV-they did punish  her, beat her, shut her in a dark room  on bread and water like they had already done to Rose Lamb, she could  bear it. She had the memory of this  glorious victory, the joy of stealing  the keys���������and best of all, her letters.  Helmi turned the light out when  her work was done,* but lingered at  the window to watch the? city ;b?elow.  with its myriads of twinkling; Mghts),  row upon row, making weirday fantastic figures aCVshe watched them.  She loved  the  city with  its  mellow  hum of tramping y feet,    its    purring jgrowths. The present oge of the tree  autos and. clanging, ragged tarain whistles, that seemed. to rise in ever  widening circles of sound. She loved  to listen to the murmur that rose and  fell, swelled and lessened. Something  coming ��������� coining ��������� louder ��������� louder  ���������bursting���������passing ��������� fading ��������� gone.  .Tho sleepless, rcstlloss, shifting city!  She loved it;, she was part oC it. Away  ovor there, where- the reflection of big  lights palntedi M sky,, she,had friends.  There were people wlio',tlipught of h������r,  and would be glitd to see' her. Helmi  loved it; it was her city!  (To Bo Continued.)  tavat^:Sa resistance that will keep you  well and strong. You can get these  pills from any dealer in-medicine, or  by mail at 50 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  ville, Ont.  ^ese*rviitg India's Sacred Trees  *��������� -���������������������������-- -*'  Huge   Banyans  Are   Principal   Attrac-  yftlonyAt Royal Botanical Garden  ;   One ofthe attiactions of tlieVRoyal  Botanical? Garden at Sibpur, India, is  largest of theae :trees has had to uh>  dergo a surgical operation^ for fungus  IN THE  KELBEVED BY  New Varieties Of Apple  Apples  aro  Canada'ss   leading  commercial  product In, fruit.   Since  1S88  when seed wtis' imported from Riga,  on tho Baltic SoaV contlaitiouq efforts  have been made to oiiRhaato new and-  bgUor varletlea  of apple for Canada  In  a  recent  report   of  tho  Hoi'tlcul-  tural  Division of   the  Dominion  Experimental Farms descrlptloiia oC  18  now varlotloainxmodrdurlhg .1925 aro  Buppliod.  is about 158 years,? but according to  Dr. King, the superintendent, if" is  much older. The circumference of the  trunk, In 1923, at a height of about SVa  feet, was about 51 feet, the crown  about 1,000 feet, and the number of  aerial roots about 601*^which are actually rooted down in the ground.  It la a pity that the main trunk  was rotten and had to be cut down,  leaving a wide gap at the centre, The  dome-shaped outline of the tree from  a distance presents a grand, picture.  Tlie tree is religiousiy regarded by  tho Hindus, and gives shade to jaiany  weary visitors, specially during the  hot months oC Maiy and. June. The  -"bar" is caallod btinyan aa it used to  ������ivo shelter to tho merchants (Benya  or Banik) during the old days, when  there wore no railways and othor ar-  rangementfl for transporting good^.  Attempts aro being mndo to keep  this oldest tree of tho Royal Botanic  Garden allvo by removing the infested  branches, sind by iterating tho aerial  roots and manuring. A fow young  plantH have been planted to ftll .ttp  the gap at the centre, aand effoita will  be naado to graft the branches oC the  now plants to tlio older onen. The  ground under tho troo la being raisod  to. keep on1 tho floods during tho rains  nnd thus protecting the aerial roots  from being -watorioggetk  tVladd Of Good Stulf  A dollar watch which had beisti lan-  bodded in solid concreto for 12 yoartt  was dlacovorod by a workman employed on a bridge gang at lola, Kanaas.  It waa'-eJcpoBOd when ix block of con-  ereto wan broken In two and began  ticking as aioon an it wan wound.  www  v-^^i.LVra?^':  J^rs. D.VLeavitt, Back Bay, N.B.,  "wrttea:���������-^Laat summer my children  wero'very ill with cholera and suffered  severely trom cramps and pains in their  stomachs. I tried several remedies, but  nothing seemed to do them any good,  A friend of mine told nae to try Dr.  Fowler's .Extract of Wild Strawberry. I  got a bottle and gave them la few doses  and they eoon found relief. Now I ���������will  never be without it in the Bummor  months."  Parm'4; Acc������pt a Substitute  This preparation has been on the market for 80 years: put up only by Tho X  Milburu Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.  The figure 3854 la a mysterious ono.  For instaliico, add the following: Year  ot your birth, your ago, year of your  marriago, number of years married-  result, 3854. Always.  Relieveu  Soro Throat���������IWIavird'si Llnl-  m������r>e���������  Itching and Burning Severe. Cuticura Heals,  "I had -pimplea on my face for.  about six to o nthH. They were hard,  large and red and scaled over. The  itching and bundng were so severe  that I could not keep from scratching  the eruptionH, which became quite!  sore, My face looked aao bad that 3  wa������ ashamed.  *' 3 read an advert! nen-ient for Cut!-  gum, S-nny tin el Ointment and sent  for a free sample. It helped me no  much that I purchased more, ami  after using alx cakev of Cuticura  Soap ond three boxen of Cuticura  Ointment I was completely healed."'  (Qtyned) Mre. Dill. Bos: % Viceroy,  Sank,, Nov. 6, 102G.  Give Cutlcnm Soap and Ointmcn t  the care of your siklw.  ������������.iMpI* ���������������.��������������������������� fw������l������/lliill,   Add/M* 0������n������<ttit������  .^........   -������i������i,ni������,Mi������*. f.M . MMttrwul."   i'rif. M������Mv  Bfl.������" 6intni������n������ U& *n������l Mw. ���������'r������������e;_������������ ������*���������,  1&SSF~ C*ml\**-m aLa.wJac SfiSeli 2S*.  ttMsmmmass  HBHHffii 5SHESHBJBSBSSE  THE  CBSSSTtfK   BBTSSlf  -!  Local mmd Personal  \jt\l ritp* ���������*.������*.*-*���������* *.  was a business  "visitor |    A. Manuel, who has been working  For Rbmt���������fwo arooaoa house, nicely  located.    F. H. Jackson.  Wanted���������Carpenter, at once.    Apply J. Edward Healey, Erickson.  Jim Chenrington, jr.k left this week  on a business visit at prairie points.  Pegs Fo!r13Ah?e���������Six weeks old, well  bred, ^.^J&ra, J, B, Biadcl, Wynndel.  Wanted ratio Rent���������A good toned  piano, by reliable party.    R. L. Smith,  Sirdar.  Foi5 Sasje��������� i������otat oee,  rots, parsnips nt\& .Beat:  Creston.  Cabbage, Car-  ;.    Fred Lewls5  in Kelson a few days the latter part of  the week.  Mrs. Lillie left on Saturday foi? -a  ten-day visit with old friends'at Blp*r-  rnoae. Alberta.  Miss Marguerite Benney of Kmiber-  !ey is bore on a "vifc.it with her mother*  Mrs. G. M. Benney.  G-ood plain board and room for lady  or    gentleman,    reasonable.    * Apply  Mrs. C. Fran sen, Creston.  O. B. Garland of Nelson whs combining legal business with renewing  acquaintances in town on Thursday,  at Nelson for fche past few months,  arrived home on Sunday, and will be  remaining for the next few weeks.  Wanted���������Work hoise, about eight  years old, 1400 lbs., state price. Will  trade alfalfa for.a. couple of yearling  cattle.    W. K. Beard, Camp Lister,  Pkabs &'OjrSax.e���������Suitable for preserving, 90 taents box. Percy Boffey.  Creston..  Miss. Bhickiedge of WyclafEe is a  visitor this week ������sath Mrs. T. H.  Ireland.  Frank Bridges of Cranbrook was  here forthe -weekend with Mrs. Bridges, *svhois at precent a guest of hea*  parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Burs: -It.  (Ja$e$ of Catarrh  Dr. McDonald of Vancouver spent a  few days here la&t week with Dr. and  Mrs. LiHae, enToaate to Hillcrest. Alta?.  Pigs Fob; Saxs���������First-clrtss stock,  six weeks* old November 1st, Goan<?  price. W, A. Pease (Alice Siding),  Ca-estosa. ������  Mars. E. J. Bruwn of Sirdar is a visitor this week with Mrs. Jas. Cook, en  Kit    rtfc  Hope of haymaking; on the Bats this  year has been abandoned and at the  end of the week catt|e were turned ������a  for pasture on much of the meadow.  Assortr-ai Darwin tulaos, hyacinths  and daffodil bulbs. Also hienmds  and perennials for fall planting, for  sale at Cook's   Greenhouse, Creston.  Rod and Gun Club official^ remand  that in connection with the two-day  pheasant shcot on Saturday and Sunday the bag limit is three rick birds a  day. The grouse" sheoUnj? season  closes tomorrow.  apple  ping "list this year for the first time..  On Wednesday Fred Smts-h brought  in about Si ty boxes of W������ger������era y nd  alanost at many of Jormthasis i'rons  the old time Boy ranch.  The village sale  of  lands  for  Jas. Cook left on Saturday for Winnipeg, Man., where be-a a in-attendance  atths national Conservative conven-  tion in that city this week. ������. M.  Loasby of Sirdar is another delegate  from   the   Grestou   electoral disferlet,  . Kev. S. Newby conducted harvest  thanksgiving service at Yahk on Sunday evening.   Due" to an unexpected  ���������.K-  tlfcS  airtsN.s's d.d not materialise on  Tfruvs-1  Mrs. Harris of Lethbridge, Alberts,  is a holiday visa tor Ihere at preseut,  with her son, R. ?QVHarris, who is  now owner of the former KeddeU  ranch.  Mrs. (Rev.)Herdmrtn, who has been  a hospital patient at Cranbrook the  past t'hr^e weeks, arrived home on  Taesday, and is making a very satisfactory recoveryv  Mr.  aaid   Mrs. Satji ^Wittaker    of  ^              ������������_.,������ m      ������^.������������������v.������, a Cranbrook were renewing acquu.5ntan-  Donors of fruat. vegetables, flowers, j        .,,.,*������ -.     ,, q.kll_ U^A  ^��������� ���������... ������rV.s_. **. *.   __.Ices in OaeSton on Monday.    Ihey bud  been on a visit at the l������tter*s home at  Kincaheviey,  I  Q. "Will Cbiropraotio Adjustments cure catarrh of the head,  stop noises and restore ones  hearing;?  A. Th������ Catarrh is caused by  Nerve Pressure and a competent  Chiropractor will locate the pres  swre aaad Treaiove it hy Chiroprac  tic Adjustments given with the  bare hands alone. You should  not, however, expect resnlts immediately as Catarrh is always a  stubborn trouble and does not  readily yield to any Health  met-fiod. Be patient, follow the  act vice of yosr Chiropractor, take  adjustments as often as he eng  gests and. we believe that Chiropractic -will help" yon as it has  helped others In similar conditions.  G* A, MITTUN  RALMSR  CHtROF>RA���������>TOR  Hove fa* eaex* of disease removed  etc., fo*** decorating Christ. Church w*  asked to have everything on hand by  3 p.na. Saturday.  For Sax.k-���������Holstein-Shorthorn row,  9 yeuacVold. due to freshen November  10th. Also general purpose horse.  B. Noiagier, Canyoia.  Rev. J. Herdman was at Cranbrook  at the^ weekend, and took charge of  both services at Oranbrook United  Chnrrh on Sunday.  Forest fire control in all East Kootenay this year ccasb less than $1500. In  1926 the cost was^ainaost ������22,000 In  Creston district. ait������ta*������.  The Canadian Legion have booked  fche evening of Armistice Day for a  whist, and daaiee, full particulars of  which will be given later.  Christ, Church committee have the  first of thear monthly bridge drives In  the Parish Hall on Friday faight, October 23.st.    Admission 30 cents.  ��������� September has been the wtettest  known in the Creston's history, the  official weather records showing a  -rainfall of 6J inches. Up till Wednesday fche October moisture supply had  brought th**' total for the two months  \ almost to eight inches.  Lister for the weekend.  ���������'.Wakxsng'���������Will the parly who took  pair silk stockings from s������y porch  elotheslane oh October 5th kindly return same and save fanther trouble.  Mrs. C. Cotterill, Otesi)on.  Mrs. S. A. Speers got back/cm Saturday from a month's visit with friends  at Gnfeario points, and" is accompanied  by her father, Mr, McMahon, who wall  spend the nest few naonths he.^e..  Rev. H. U. Oswald of Fernie will be  here on Sunday next to take charge of  the  harvest thanksgiving services at'  43ha*aRb Church at 11 a.m. and 7.S0 p.m.  There will be a communion service at  *���������  8a.ais.  Jos^ Heath of the Dominion experi-  mentrtl farm stafE at Invermere, arrived on Satisrdssy oh his usual two weeks  vacation, and is the guest of his &on������  in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr9. F.  C. Rodgers.  Rev. Bryce Wallace of Cranbrook  had charge of the servacvs at-Trinity  United Church oai Sunday evening,  and was also a speaker at* the monthly  meeting of the Beaver Brotherhord oh  ^Monday night.  dny morning last, as the Murdock  property���������the only ono oBPered���������was  ���������redeemed a few days previous by the  payment of all back taxes.  Oars at your own price will be ������va>l-  able on Saturday,'October 22nd, when  the Bevan and Premier garages ate  putting on an auction Biile of iibed  Ciirs, and have an assortment of aboaifc  a dog*������n Ohevrolets and Fords.  Mis������ Agnes Hohden. nurse-iri-trft������n-  ing at th*- Q^n'era! Hospatat. Vancouver, was'a visitor with Creston fa-iends  this week. She is on a three.weeks'  vacation, which ahe i*������ spending v������ sth  her mother at Lister, and at Cranbrook.  Due to the shortage of care on ac-'  coaant of the grain rush the Putnam,  Palmer & Staples, Limited, saw mall is  closa-'d down for six weeks. During  the shutdown some of the crew are  employed putting oh a roof and enclosing the mill for winter work. jDFp  tilt October n>st *he iirm had shipped  ahout 28.000 ties. V  au   urne;  Influx of population ��������� the trustees at  Yabk have been forced to take possession of the old schoolhouse at. that  ? -nrkint^ v?htch sbcut ;i year ago was St.-  community church. *  ii-.- .*���������'.' "-.'.   .    -  ��������� ed up for  CHRIST CHURCH  CflESTON  Sunday, October 16  Harvest Thasksgiuing  8,tK) a.m.���������Holy Ooaaamunion.  11.00 a.n>.���������-Morning   Prayer,   Holy  Communion u.nd Sermon..-.".  ^.30_ p.uv.���������Evening     Prayer     and  ?       Sermon. ,.  Visiting Clergy: Rev. H. XT. Oswald,  B; A;, Rector of Ferniei and Rural  ���������Dean. -  (Sifts for Church decoration will be  received in Chui-ch on Saturday until  S p.m.  ' SYDKS*? NEWBY, B.A., L,Th.  GREAT BRITAIN  Send a box of Apples to you? friends this Christmas.    "We will  deliver (all charges paid) to your friends in Great .Britain or  Ireladd. '        ���������'���������-.- ������������������'������������������-.  McINTOSH RED - JONATHAN  (Extra Fancy) at  DELICIOUS  EJBE  zIBISimG  2t=lE  31S1E  3BS  3DS=  SERVICE  Transfer and Drawing  j. i^O   E-iLpreSS  &  muescs at Y������  v������wr  COAL and WOOD  COAL IN STOCK ALWAYS  Once used always used,  and Kuskanook.  AWinter's Supply Coal an  Let us quote you prices.  ftPPLES HAULED at Stat Matiee  Nothing too largo or too smai  Furniture Hauled any distance  iQGSslfiM  $5.00 per box  All orders to.be in our office by Hbv. 1st.  We ^vili deliver Orbweia yown- apples���������packed and  Addressed ready for shipment fbir' $2.50 per txax. AU suqls apples  to be at our Loeala by Oct. 22aad. ... AU names and addresses  should be plainly printed or typed, and orders accompanied by  remittance at par isi Verpon, Hrfson, or Creston.  gm^m. &%w B#C������ I  VERNON, B.G.  Do Not Lose Iritexest  i   '������������������-by  delayixig   to   deposit   your       jg  savings.  f F you cannot visit ua pcreonally,  send your deposits by mail. Have  the Batisfaction. of knowing that your  money is safely protected and io  earning interest regularly.  I deliver between Cranbrook  Service at all hours.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Op $20>000������000  Reserve Fund $20,O00������0OO  Creston Branch - W.J.Forbcaa,Manager  I  MEAT MERCHANTS  =JS5  (TRY OUK '  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An pcotiotialciil dish, oaay to servo.  Skmmrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government grtided, biff-bout quality.       i  PRESH and CURED PISH  all vavlotioa*  Choicest BEEl>, PORK; MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  SlfRNST IDEAL POULTRT POOD'  lnercaiBOB ������Rg nwidnetlow ancl prod������������������H taotter poultry.    Buy tbe IwsBt.  ItlWWWIIIIIIIililllllllllllllllllMII^^  H  --mi

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