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Array 1" f  P' Kjf  C ''  y  Vol. XIX.  ORESTON, B. C��������� FB&DAY, OCTOBER 6,  1927  No. S3  Creston Branch  Canadian Legion  There   was   a  good   turnout  on  Saturday   night  of   the'   returned  ssss of the Valley z.t a meeting in  the   Exchange hall, which was ad  dressed    by    zone    representative,  A. H. Bryant of Fernie, who spoke  en    the  aims   and   objects  of . the  Cjajia/lfan Tt������ *;ior?s a^he organisation  which" has   replaced    the    former  G.W.V.A., and' after  a   thorough  discussion of the matter it was de  cided to form a branch to be known  as  Creston  Valley   Branch  Canadian   Legion.    Officers  were   then  elected as follows:  j  President���������CoJ. Fred Lister.  Vice-president���������Stan Watson.  Executive���������R. Watson, ��������� JEL. T.  Milhier, G. H^Kelly, J. R. Forbes.  J. B. Holder. M. Young.  It was decided to have the regu  lar meetings the first Tuesday eve  niaig of each month. Fees will be  50 cents a month, -whioh includes  the provincial and dominion fees.  Initiation is $2.75, which pays dues  to end of December. At the close  membership forms were  "lied   out.  At the first regular meeting of  the Legion on Tuesday night an  Armistice committee was formed  to take charge of affairs pertaiaiiug  to the observance ������jf November  11th. The committee is, Creston���������  C- W. Allan, J. Ryolsman, R. Watson. Outside points���������Jasy Wilson,  Jas. Bateuian,. J. B*-Holder- Jobs*  Johnson, HL Sinclair Smith.  A regular social committee was  named, and three .members were  made responsible for entertainment  at the next meeting, and the secretary was instructed to write  more membership equipment.  at Riondel, arrived last week to join  his family, who are  holidaying   with.  Mar. and Mrs. Matt. Hagen.  E. L.6 Barge areturned to��������� Trail last,  week, after a few days7 stay here.  "*������  Mass Flett, teacher of Division 2,  spent tho weekend with her parents  at- Cranbrook.  Mrs. Dixie and family left for Nelson on Sunday, for a visit with her  mother. -"~r -  Miss Rose .Oherrington of Oreston  was a weekend.visitor here. C. Hind-  Is**' '5r*;������ frm^El*^ '*-*^ Oy������������c:*,r������*^_ wctt^ hIso  here at the weekend. "  Mrs. Cam and Miss Dorothy of Sardar, were Monday visitors with Mrs.  C Cam, -������r.  T. Moaantford had has brother on a  visit with ham last week.  Mrs. Ashley Cooper, who intends to  reside an Trail in future, shipped the  household effects to that town at the  ���������eaid .of the week.  Except Fruit Fall  Fair Display Good  Better thau ; ever displays in  cooking, canned goods, needlework  and plants and Bowers: a good  showing of poultry, but -k decided  falling off in fruit aud vegetables  aptly   sizes   up .Oreston's fall fair.  by Mrs. Pitts of Nelson and Mrs.  Hennessey of Cranbrook in the  cooking and needlework. E. C.  Hunt, Nelson, fruit and vegetables;  J. Langdon, poultry; and H. S.  French, Cranbrook, livestock. The  entries ran to a total of 837, aiad  the prize winners follow:  Weather conditions stall remain unsettled, Tuesday bi*inging the first  snow of the {season. -.-  Quite a. mimbe "frona here were at  the fair fnir al Creston on Fa*iday.  The weather was ideal, and nil report  ���������an enjoyable visit. The sehool sports  went off -satisfactory, 'Wynndel team  winning the tug of war, their prize  b������ ing a football. Also many individual prases were carried off.  Littlejohn. T,  The Anglican Church g&trvest Festival- will be held on Sunday? iiaorning  next at 11 00. Gifts? ofVflowers, fruit  and vj-geta h!t������s will be received in the  church on Satiaa-day from 2 4 p.na. :  for  wynn&GB  Mrs. Joy and daughter, Marguerite,  who have been at.Claresholin, Alberta,-  for some time, returned home last  week'... '_������������������'���������  A 13. Towsoaa, who has ba-en inspecting fruit cat-s for codling moth, at  at Cranbrook, the past three months,  got back on Saturday. -  Douglas BaatterHeld, who in working  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, OCT.  G~. H. Phillips of KimberleyVw���������an4  Sp>ery PmIlTps>'of'* Victoria, whs have*  heen holidaying at the ranch li^re, returned to their respective homes at  the end of the week.  ioJJBSfJ**-  %^^r'  a A6NAU0 HOPPMAN  PICTVAI-fATtON '  wmCHAHUS MMtTT lHACM  HAHfiUfiftiTE 06 LA MOfTft  f*HKNCW ft. WALTHALL  AMPTA-riOM  *V dAPUtl 4-TVtMM  Orher clppartures dnrinfe the wpek  were E. Langston, Joe. Bell and Ced-  rlc Helme, who have been hoiidHying  here aadd haye gone back to Kimberley,  Mr.   and   Mrs.  K. Helme,   who   are  jnst back from an extended holiday at  Procter  and   Spokane, are nan king a  hort stay at the ranch.,  Mr. and Mis. Ball Detnchaik left itt  end- of Ahe, week for @ask������5.cher.*^r^  where the former will help with  threshing \������nd_ they will make aa vi>it  friends for some weeks.  The school cbildren*had a h.alf holiday on Friday in order to attend   the  fall fair nt Creston.  -Alf. Evans la down, from Klnckman  for an extended suay at his ranch. He  hay as visitors at present Harry  Beeson and Ted Btaeknell of Riondel,  who have just arrived for a hunting  trip. '  W. K Esling, M.P.P., ot Row-land,  was a Tliursday-Pi-iday visitor with  Col. iind Mrs. Lister.  Former Principal Jt-nks of .Lister  school, who is now at Nttu), wna renewing acquaintances here nt the  weekend.  Sana Lazachiak has jaiet arrived from  Kellogg, Idahi, and in tendh making n  few weeks stuy combining hunting  with fall work on the ranch.  Rev. S' Newby had a very large  turnout for the harvest tntataUsKivlaap;  service   on    Sunday    moaning.     The  scluuilliaiaase wad very prt-tUSy dtH-ora-  ted with flowt'i'H, fault nnd  vegetables.  Col, and Mrs. Lister were culled to  Cranbrook on** Wednesday, where  their daughter, Huby, U a holiduy  patient���������laid up with an ailment thait  has aiot. na yet been diagnoHi^d. Kvory-  oaao wall verKiet to hear of her illness,  and mere partiuailarly au the lay up  ban prevented her wrlMn-g on hoa* llnal  (���������acaininiiblons for 141-11 daaatlon papers aa  re-*<lst������ro'l nurse. *'  under I5C"50  weather conditions last -week���������  Thursday heirg rainy and cold,  but Friday anf.ideal day, vsrhioh  ui-uMgut Glut a very j&rge ero-rvd.  W. K. EsliiiA M.P.'for West  Kootenay,- officially opened the'ex-  hibitxon with a short address appro  priate for .such*;an oocasion, and  v.-ss Introduced .to the crowd by  the president, ~'C. W. Aliau. At  the close of his remarks Mr. Esling  presented Aileen Spratt, John  Biinco, John Bird (.Lister) and  Frank Crawford with the medals  they bad won hi the history competition at ihe midsummer examinations. .  The  falling off in the fruit dis  plaiy is entirely-chargeable   to   the  late  and  uiifavorable weather the  ^aliey"has beera? favored....with;-',?'this  year.    With the? undue prevalence  of scab fche getting out of   he usual  show of bosedV apples   particularly  was  out   of   the question, and the  dirty weather that preyiled almost  throughoutV 'September,   militated  against the vegetable show.  - r.The big; featnk������i���������6'the "exhibition  was the school districts' display  in>  which Brst prize went   to  Creston  which had fruit, vegetables, grains,  household   products,   *%tc., in   both  quantity   and  quajity   in   a store-  window  design   display   arranged  by G. H. Kelly.    And very popular  was the placing of second  prize   on  the   display ��������� from   the   school   at  FRUISS���������Boxes  H boxes Mcintosh���������K  Goodwin.  2 bos-si? ^PSTasener T. C3"Oodwin������ '  f Spy���������W. S. McAlpine..  Wagener���������Mrs. J, W. Hamilton, T.  Good win.  Mcintosh   Eed���������K.    Littlejohn.    T.  Goodwin.  Greening���������Mrs. J. W. Hamilton, 1st  and 2nd.  Delicious���������T.   G������iodwin,   W.  S.   McAlpine.  SpUzenberg���������Mrs. S. W. fl������milton  Bent packed box���������Mrs. Hamilton; -  Best enh-red box���������K. Littlejohn.  Best box in show���������K. Littlejohn,  ^e������������rs���������S. Moon, P. R. Tiuscott;  Greengage Plums?, T. Goodwin, Sam  Moon.  Prunes-^-T. Goodwin. Mis. Nathoist.  Peaches���������Sam Moon.       ,  ii* MawsoB, High  Gun Trap Shoot  There -were thirteen contestants  at the annual trap shoot at Ores'.on  fall fair on Friday afternoon, and  so^evenly were the top scorers  matched that two ties had to be  shot -off before the prize money  could bo .. warded.    The scores:  Gh Mawson.  E. Craigie.  L. T. Levetaqe   M. Z. Beam.  L. Littleiohn   F. V. Staples   Col. FredLiBter..  W. Muir.  G. Craigie   A. ^Hanson   Joe Bell   K. Xj. Robinson ..  ��������� 19  ... 19  18  18  ��������� 18  17  13  12  10  .__ 9  ���������_ 7  _   1  r������  Plates  Pears, D'Anjou��������� R Stark, Mrs F H  Jackaon.  : ,-;;V--f-  Flemish Beauty���������-Hulme & Son..   -  Clairgeau���������R Stark ist ann 2nd.  Wantea^ NeiSi���������������E^Stark, S Moon?  ���������Crabapples, Hyslop���������WS McAlpine  L-TLevequ-e.   ���������  :y f.y?'f ?������������������?,?��������� r-.._-   :?,  Traubcendant^���������W S McAlpine.  Wealthy���������-F Powers 1st a������ad 2nd.  Snow���������S: Littlejohn, B Moon.  First prize went to Geo. Mawson  who in the shoot of six extra  birds broke four to his opponent's  three, giving IS. Craigie second  place. In the three cornered tie  for third place Melt Beam emerged  winner getting all his three extra  birds, >vhile I*. T, Leveque was  breaking two, and I*. Littlejohn  one. .-'  -.- Mrs. T^ A. Jenner is now pianist at  t.he Gran-d Theatre -..*%% Ct-estOG, taking  on that  work   commencing   with  the  Jonathan���������Joan Kemp,'^Littlejohn |_ftrs."t^of the mpaath.  Mass Molly Kemp left at the first of  Aeuoi'teri Darwin tulSpn, layiiolnthB  and duWodll bullan. Aluo hiennmlu  and peronniialu fou- fall pliiiating, for  H������l0.,jat Cook'w   Ga-eenhoaise,   Ca-enton,  'Wanted���������-Work hoiw, about ciaM  yoaa-.* old, H00 Ibu., ^twle paice. will  iidilt' alT'ilfii for ti eoiinde **t yearling  cattle.    W. K. Beardi Ciamp Lister.  uiotcr,   w iijuii  wmio a iiluic duuru in  quantity possibly certainly had .t  as to qualiiy and was particularly  strikingly displayed by Mrs. Fr<>d  Powers. 6f the trustee board. Sur  mounted by sheaves of grain froan  the Beard ranch, and a wide variety of products from piaotioally  every place in the settlement in  eluding a homemade cheese from  Mra. B. T. Milhier, honey from the  Sinclair apiary, butter from the  Malthouae . dairy, and all backgrounded in mauve, with a blue  fringe intersprescd wpih hopji and  a forefront of flowers and foliage in  the autumn tints, the display won  the admiration of all. '  Outside the line of sports put on  by the Confederation Jubilee Committee was most nretentious and  proved a great attraction for the  youngsters, and that the con tests  were keen and exciting is indicated  in the fact that Canyo 1 sohool won  the Jubilee championship cup by a  margin of half a point over Wynn  del. At "toe trap shoot ties had to  be shot off foi' both the top pri^oy,  and fche trio of wheels that were  operated enjoyed a profitable busi  noss, there being at least three  dossen kuoky winnor������ of blankets  and an equally large number who  took homo humo, graniteware mid  Uewpio dolls.  Manager Palfrey-man of Creston  Valley Co-Operative Association  had a very attractive dtuplny of  the firm's linen in tho curling rink.  aud on. tho ground Chaa. Murroll  displayed -implements and Maaoey-  Ilaa-k'iM t������pr<ayora, giving? demonacra  Liana with the latter.  This year the judging was   done  ��������� Spy���������B-Littlejohn 1st aind 2nd.  Cox-Orange���������J$q Littlejohn lst4ind.  Smov.���������K. Littlejohts 1st a!hd*2nd.  Delicious���������K Littt^ohn 1st: and ^ud.  Grianes Golden���������S. Moon lst-2nd. -  Rome Beauty���������Joan Kemp. W S  McAlpine.  Mcintosh���������K Littlejohn lsl-2ud.  Ontaiio���������Mrs Hamilton 1st 2nd..  Greening���������Mrs Hamilton, lst-2nd.  Winter Banana���������K Littlejohn. Mrs  Van Ackeran.  Tol. Sweet���������Mrs. Hamilton, 1st 2nd.  Any other variety���������Mrs V an Ackeran  ?K Lafctlejohm?"  '"?Vf:;  Grapes-r-K Lattlejobn.G Cartwright.  Plums, Louibard���������S  Moon, 1 t 2nd.  Greengage���������Mrs Webster,'KGoodwin  Yellow Egg���������SaukMoon 1st aiid 2nd  Prnne'Sr-T Goodwin 1st and 2ud.  Horses  Banod mare���������Ed Smith, Lister.  Saddle horse���������������C Blair.  Ranch horse���������A Comfort. -      -_,...  ,   General purpose team���������R Comfort  Saddle pony���������Ena Christie, Eleanor  Blair.-  Cattle  Begistnred bull���������G Cartwright.  Dairy cow, grade���������A Comfort, B  Oomfoi't.' *   '  Cow, registered���������I* J Klangensmith*  R Comfort.  Heifer, any breed, under 2 years���������T  Goodwin, R Comfort.  Calf���������-c* Cartwright. R Comfort. .  Jeaaey cow���������F J Kllngenaanath, R  Comfort. A Conafoi't.  Jersey heifer���������R Comfort lst-2nd.  Heifer, grade���������T Goodwin. "W S McAlpine.  Heifer, under 8 years���������T Goodwin, F  1-3 Jackson, U Comfort.  Best registered dairy cow in show���������  F J KliiiKtmstnith.  the week for Winnipeg, Man., where,  we -.understand, she will remain for  soaiie'tiBaae.? "  , Rev. J. ������S. Hea ley is spending a few-  days at Kimberley this month.  Mrs. K. Andrew returned froam  Cranbrook on Sunday, where she has  been with her neice, Miss Agnes  Andrew, who underwent an operation  at St. Eugene Hospital last week.  Amongst the vaiiety of weather  that prevailed in the Valley at tbe  Weekend! H? Ickson wsas favored with a  small sized hail storm. It. was too  light, however, to do any damage.  -Erickson exhibitors were much to  the fore at the fall fair at Creston last  week, Keith Littlejohn taking t.be  bulk of theorizes in the apple section.  R. Jenks of the teaching staff of the  Natal school, spent a few days at  Eritrkson tkis week, n guest of K.  Littlejohn. He is having nn enforced  vacation due to school being closed for  a few days on account of the infantile  paralysis scare. He returned to Natal  on TueBday. - '  'Erickson ib having its annual visit  this week from the Mennonite apple  buyers from Magrath, Alberta. They  are looking for three cat loads of bulk  fruit, but their buying is hlndred due  the fact that the hoard of direction  has not, its yet, nxed the price on their  favoi'lte variety, Wagener.  /"owl-fry  Barred Rocks���������Cock, W M McAlpine*  lwt and 2nd. Hen, w S McAlpine 1st  und 2nd. Cockerel, A Comfort, w S  McAlpine. Pullet, MibPH Jackson,  \v B MerAlpino.  Rhode Islandu���������Conk, A Comfort,  D Bnadley. Hen, A Conafort, D  BriadlGy. Cockerel, A Comfort, w S  McAlpine. Pullet, w B McAipinu ibt  unci 2nd.  White Leghorn���������Cock, I) Bradley.  Hon, D Brudluy, liulmo & Son. Cock-  urel, 1J> Bradley.    Him, D Bradley.  Any QUiei1 Va-.lety���������Cockerel, P G  Bthutt 2nd, Hen, EG H Prldlmm. Pul-  let, E H PHdliuart. I* a Kbhutt.    ,  ITi.illty rum���������D Bnidley, A Comfort.  BeHt niiilo bird���������W H McAlpine,  {Jwbt"-a Cat-twriw;hl.  |ConainiMkd on Page 7  Getting Scarce  Improve  production  by using  Ogilvae's Egg Mash  and Scratch Feed  Full line  FLOUR and FEED  BALED ALFALFA  WHEAT STRAW  Can Tn & /"-a u. it fv% ������r������L������ni tar a  pyjj A ^y WJf. I I EJ* tUt W4 1 1  SSMJTk.%Js      IV& \J ml\.llL\tlLm I.������gg������J  a THR  SEEVEEW,    CRESTON,*   B.    C.  Vr  STANDARD  CAD\ A\/CD  VSOYEARS  w&fte  iEfcDI?..A<rfc  -  -r^a-^-*-** -  Conditions Have Not Chax&sea  Airmen  VS/sru  Warned  66  Years Ago  To Be Wary Of Ocean Flight  The diaTaculties 1a the path of a  westward flight from Europe to the  United* States were emphasized 66  years ago by Professor Joseph Henry,  famoai**! *ohysicist and first secretary  of tlae Smithsonian Institute, in a letter to Thadcleus S. C. Lowe, inventor  and aeronautical engineer..  A copy of that letter lias just been  unearthed in tlie archives oi' the  Smithsonian .Institute. What Professor Henry sah| in 1S61 relative to  trans-Atlantic" wind conditions is regarded "by meteorologists aud aviation experts here as having a; pointed  bearing., ou seine of the conditions  faced in recent attempts" to fly between Europe and America.  Lowe at that time, was occupied  [ with a scheme to .fly-., 'front America  ! to Europe, in  a balloon-���������the 'largest  a rae csfcfcer the quality of  the tea you use t-ib������ more  important at is that the container should be tha very  best. By careful tests it has  been, proven that Aluminum  is th������ fe������gst container yet  lound for tea���������and Red Rose  Tea is jpaclced only in Aluminum*���������- trie finest package ever  used for tea* &$-  Ex-Kaiser  Predicts  nwre  jLerriose  war  Still Asserts He Could Show World  the*-Way To Peace  Former "Kaiser Wllhelm foresees  another -war in 1937, ho told a correspondent of the Copenhagen "Dagens  Nylieder'1'iii au.interview? hi which, he  as'serted lie"eould show the world the  ro'ad-Vto peace? ���������������������������-  Willael# evidently  has   sia-sht    regard./or tho league of Nations,:which  Iio says is either blind oa- blindfolded,  ever "been. buut.    Not onay \ The?,Ijt,affUe' delegates.  he     compares  did he spend much    money    on    the | wUh   chiitir(m   riding  wild ' horses. ~  I X***���������^ h*i:h* ,,1:i<!.!t?e   ^^.S'^j they mi$ht be thrown off ihe next'mo-     "* "         inOllt.     ���������-;,. '���������������������������-������������������ * .���������':..-.  ������U1?1SA1   0\,mj\9U L-JJtftJUH  OCTOBER 9  EL i j AH   HEARS GOD'S VOICE  Golden Text: "Wait for Jehovah;  be -strdtig aiad let thy heart take cour**,  age."���������-Psalm 27.14.  Lesson: 1 Kings 19.  Devotional Heading:   Fsaim  57.1-5.  i   iniann  ' ~\i  44       -l.*<.^V4.  viiaittent  1-iin.utn'ipa 11 iius  JUUiUUHlg  BRIEFLY TOLD \  A statement'issued by the Commonwealth statistician shows the  population of Australia to he more  than 6,000,000. as compared, with 2,-  230,000 in 1SS1.  The next regular conference of the  International Wheat Pool will be  held in, Regina, on" June 6 to S, 1C2S.  it was decided by the committee of  arrangements in  Minneapolis.  Permission to give- religious instruct ion to students pf the provincial  normal school outside o������ lecture honrs  S George W. Childs,. John C Cresscm, *  jj. By tippineott, Wllliaiii . Hamilton  j aaad others w ho c o ntrihia led several  i thousand, dollars, to further Lowe's  f efforts'to. demonstrate the feasibility  j of ���������'trans-Atlantic air ������������������navigation.'  ! In December, IS*������0, sixteen eminent  ! Plaaladelphians, including; those  I udfaed, petitioned the Smithsonian  ( regents to'furnish him aid and advlce-  : The regents decided they eoaild not  ; make an appropriation from the  ; Sjailtlisonian fund fo'r the Lowe ven-  | tiare but directed Professor Henry to  f give Lowe any -advice he might  "deem fit as. to his experiments."-~  ; Professor Henry told Lowe -that a  _ balloon of sufficient size, properly  ! constructed so- as to maintain high  ' elevation for sufficient length of time,  ��������� "T am. .even -certain that many pf.  those powers talking about disarmament do so in ord-er to iaispire  gi-oater   co-hftdence,    thus    disguising  Explanations and Corn-merits  I. The Despondent Prophfet, verses  9, 10.���������Elijah's reaction after hts"1  great exaltation was moat natural, as  every ono anust realize from, his own  experience.. The ebb follows tlie high  fide; depression succeeds exaltation,  the fire died down within Elijah's soul,  fcho situation in Israel seeming hopeless. He sought? a cave on, Mount  Horeb, and there- was mad������e aware pi  God's "listening ear and sympathizing  Sieurti"''��������� There is nothing unreal in  his meeting there with God, for-the  prophetV own soul, inspired by thy  'God" within htm,,shaped -it. in his  imagination" While meditating- there  he was brought taor-face the question  ������'f his own motive in withdrawing to  ihe wilderness; "What does f thou  Siere, fKlajah?" Should he answer that  lis had ram away from Jezebel? That -  lie was utterly discouraged, and* had  pea-haps purposed giving up liis work  on the mount which he,-.'thought of as  ���������especially "the moiSMt of God?"  "The first step in waiting upon God  is always self-exam3natiom the uncovering of our inmost he-art, the laying  ourselves naked before    God's    eyes.  *������& kT9^   ~ fL^H 9H(K 15*  *rm**  vi���������iui wj* mis  ^Treatment  .Redden chest  with hot wet  ^towels; rub on���������  ^-^-^^-B^^-appiy thickly  >/ VA R.O R o m  '���������* JMir t tftfiJ A fAOC tiers* 1/irAorm  ".fere ������*������.*%*.*! v*-wi������* wwe,.**- m*~rw*Smf  their purposes"  said the   former Em-  pea-oj*.   "According to my opinion, we | His Spirit cannot  breathe itself into.  shall   go   through  another   and   more | ������s While, we are preoccupied with mo-  is being spught from the Department  of" Education   of  Alberta  by   various ; would ^& waited across the Atlantic,  .religious bodies in Calgary. j because   between   30  pnd   60  degrees  Monday,.  November  Tywii!  be  ob- ! north latitude,  the    prevailing    wind  served as Armistice Day and Thanksgiving Day throughout Canada. A  -proclamation to this effect appears in  the current issue "of the Canada  Gazette.  CoL J. G. Rattray, "Winnipeg, Man.,  former head of the Manitoba Provincial Police, has been appointed head  of the Soldiers* Settlement Board, filling the vacancy caused by the resignation of Major J. Barnett.  Towed several hundred feet under  water-flinging to an anchor, and th���������n  struck on tlie- head by swinging near  as ho was finally being pialled aboard  his ship, E.^K. Kappea*, second mate  of the halibut steamer New England,  still survived.  For the first time in the history of  the Upper Great Lakes, corn from the i  Argentine -is passing through Owen  Sound's grain elevator for distribution to Westea-n Ontario. Forty thousand bushels have arrived from Montreal. The low price of* the South  American grain i-n comparison with  United States produce wrjs tho cause  of its large sale.  An Everyday Story  currents'were from the United-States  toward Europe, fcjni..he- advised Lowe  not to try the experiment over the  ocean firs*.  Professor Henry said that the prevalent wind was westerly all the  -way around the world, and that  packet ships in thc^saxties from .New  York to drreat Britain "occupy nearly  double the time in returniaig that  they do In going."  -TCv-.uam Shaillo  awful war at the latest in 1937, a war  which will hast'only ix few days and  possibly only  a few hours.  "In the same* moment that war is  pa-oclaimed giant ileets of airplanes,  airships.--and U-boats will be informed  by . wireless. Merchantmen will be  destroyed immediately and a nation  unprepared* for it will be extermina.t-  ed within forty-eight hours. ��������� On land  and sea new and pernicious gas and  explosives unknown* in Germany will  be employed and annihilate the weaker nations within a moment."'  The former Kaiser maintains that  he Is -surrounded*- by spies with orders to prevent him from "endangering the world,-; and regrets being unable to return as a sovereign to teach,  the world how permanent peace might  be secured. "* - ^  "But as things now are there will  always be wars," Wilhelm Concluded- "I cold show the road to peace,  but the world prefers regarding me  as a scapegoat to consulting me as  an  adviser."  tives of our own. The soul must first  bo swept clear by confession.' What  doest thou hear, Elijah? Examine  yoursellf; review your life; faice the  facts, facts without and facts within*; know yourself; and then when  ail subterfuge, ail subtle -hypocrisy;  all self-delusion is done, away, the  ear may at length be.open to hear the  voice, not of your own will, but of  God's.",  Elijah"  could  honestly answer  that  he had been very jealous for Jehovah.  the God o������ hosts. Our words jealous  and "zeal are  of  kindred   origin,   and  may be traced back to the Greek word.  which means boiling.    To be jealous  for  some one is  to  be burning with  zeal for that one's interests. Elijah's  whole life was marked by his zeal for  God.    The necessity for his  zeal lay  in the fact which Is, .next" related, that  tlie   children   of  Israel   had   forsaken  tiod's covenant, had thrown down hus  altars and slain Hi s prophets with the  sword.   He  thought that   all  hope  off  reformation,of the   people   was   lost,  Tor the prophets were :the  only ones  who could  bring about'*a  change for  the better.   "And J,  even ������I only,  am  lleft," he^wailed; "among the faithless}  faithful  only lie,"  as   Milton  puts   Jt.  f Moreover, his life* the    life    of    the  only living prophet, was in danger.  Dwty Of Motor Drivers' ���������*.  Whole Thought Should Be Safety For  Theiaraselyes -. .ahdVOther's ? . ...V  The main principle which should be  insistently hammered into tlie ?heads  of all drivers-4 of   motor-yehicles - is  that, besides obedience?to .the.golden  rule of "safety: first,M& the obligation  which they must    fulfil    is    constant  thought for others.    It is  their  cl^ty  to the community to" chive always Sn  such a. way? that both in approaching  corners  and  in, overtaking. other vehicles,, safety    for .,��������� themselves -   and  other users of the?, road- can ?be  secured with the least possible use both  of the horn and the brake; In other  words, wherever   other   vehicles    or  foot passengers are, in question* their  pace  should be so. regulated and so  fully under*-their^ command that they  can in ease of need easily bring their  car to a standstill. Betweenysafe driving and. noiseless driving there is an  intimate connection, and it is chiefly  forgetfulness or ignorance of tliis fact  that makes so many ot* those wiio use  the roads a menace and a nuisance  to their neighbors.    -  Fall Colds  Attack them at the beginning  Heat and inhale Minard's.  Sub on throat and chest. .  ItHMMB  Opening To Be Delayed  Saskatchewan Legislature Will Opera  Early In the New Year  The session of the Saskatchewan  Legislature will not be held before  but as soon after the New Yesr as  possible. A statement-to this effect  was made by Premier, J. a: Gardiner.  . The fact that the season is so  late and. that there is a conference to  be held of provincial, prime ministers  in Ottawa in November ar<r understood to be tho reasons for deciding  not to open the Legislaturp berortr  ihe New Yeaay  A   Household  Medicine.-���������They that  are acquainted with the sterling properties of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in  the treatment, of many ailments would  not be without it hi the house. It Ss  truly a-household medicine and as it  Is effective in dealing with many ordinary complaints it is an inexpensive medicine. So, keep it at hand,  as, the call for it may come most unexpectedly. -..V.  Has. Fairly Warm Climate  Do not allow worms -to sap- the*  vitality of your children. If not attended to, worms may work ira*epai*a-  ble harm to the constitution of the  Infant. The little sufferers cannot  voico their ailment." but there are  many signs hy which mothers are  made aiwstre that a .dose of Miller's  Worm Powders is necessary. Those  powtters act quickly and will expel  worms-froan the��������� system without any  Inconvenience-to tho child.  ^when Making Repairs  If called upon to change a'-tire, or  make a minor car repair while on the  highway, one should remember to pull  entirely oft! the road. If tbjs. isVnot  possible at the place, where the diflflh  culty occurs, it is tlie part of wisdom  to drive on for a short distance to  find, a better' spot. Working on the left  side of the car, on a well travelled  highway is exceptionally dangerous  even in the daytime^: At night, it may  amount to foolhardiness.  Francis Henry Cook  London, Unt.���������"J wias in u gRnoa-al  raaai-down stale of hciilth. I haul iaidaceB-  tioai aaad niv Htoaaiacli was weak aand ho  Rom I could aaot lai'iir to toaacli it. I Kofc  wli������.*a*(i I did aiot Jutve any health at nil,  V.H.S jkii? adjlc U> fajll'tiv any u.saml liauj of  work. 1 Haw wlacre I.>r. Picrcas'H (.loldon  ^led-icnl Difli-ovcry was rc������omaaieaid������tl  for a-ioinnch trouhhi ho I docided to ta*y it  ruid it a<*la<*vr*il nan of my iaadiReHtarin ami  wiud. r.Ujtiiitcli, uho the adnlu/jtaiuil dis-  trcm and built inn "ja in land Mi. I hiii,  iiauldy nu'nminnaid lla������; 't.Ji.ililuai IMcdacal  liiHCov^rv' 1<������ Hiivonr. who HiiiTi*rH hh .1.  did; 3t 'in i'x������a������II������rat!"---I'Vniania Henry  <'.������(tl<,   -IVI    KIlMklielli   ,St���������  M\ donli'tM, lOxtnt I������r������*a hntllen, liqaikl  J.|.rt,r*; Taldrtu Sl,:i-r> aaaid Orxa.  Wr������n l������r,  Picrn-'H rnviiUdK-* lintel in  UufTalo, N. Y., for ffco ndvicn.  A Modish Daytltane Frock  Trimly smart in tho ono-ploco frock  shown hero, having plaited sldo fled-  lioiiH, J^ convertible eolhu*, patch-  pocknls of  unusual  design  and  Iouk  tlurt-fitted or iooao sleeves. No. IGG1  is In si'/.CH a������, 38, 40,i 42 and 4i Inch oh  biiHt. SIbo SS royulrgH iVa yards 30-  Inch, or 2% yards 5<Mnch material.  Price 20 ci-ntH tho pattern.  Tho lowest Lonipea'sittiro over recorded in-the. civilised world was at  Verkhoyansk, Siberia., -in :i������SC, when  tho tlionuomoter touched 90. i degreos  below aero.  ITolIowy's Coi'n Remover takes tho  corn out by the roots. Try it aiad  prove it.  Lpts of people seem to go 1:6 .churcli.  for tho purpose of picking Haws m  the sermon,  How To Order Patterns  ���������wi. * * hi���������i���������  Address���������Winnipeg Newtapaper Union.,  17&  MoDermot  Ave.,  Winnipug  ['uttcrn   Ko.,  M   IH������t'M   'l  aJZO^ ******.<  |?:;l>'0l)^5ggi  M^^tiiH^^^^^k^mTmWmmim&Sm* fliuBlMMHM MMMIiHSMHrft  rf9K^!!Kf W ;*!!8���������_| ���������I_^*���������_K5I?TJ__3|P  W.    N,     I?  IV01  Nft^n^        9t*mwt>i,**-im*m****'*   ��������� *) * m i  % ���������+* * * * *  [287 THEP!  Tetiiporature    At    Equator    Of    iVI-ar-s  Over Sixty Degrees  Not many years ago it was thought  tlaat the temperature of Mars was too  low to support life. But by an ingenious device for measuring the temperature of the planet, it has been found  that even in the Polar regions the  temperature rises to well over ra-eeg-  lug point' The temperature at the  equator of Mars Is almost that of a  clear sunny spring day on earth iu. the  latitude of New York, or between CO  and 70 degrees Fahrenheit.  Photographs taken in Infra-red,  yellow! and ultra-violet light seem to  show that the planet has an atmosphere, of considerable-depth, though  much rarer than that of tho oarth.  Other observations show 'lluit the  density of the surface atmosphere of  Mars cannot bo greater 11 nan it. 3s  oioven miles above tho surface of our  own. planet.  While Mara can bo obsorved to advantage by tho telescope only In alternate years, and thou for only a  fow months at a time, Jupiter can  bo observed aall tho year round, ������1-  waiyu presenting am InLuruHliiig suli>-  joct of study, exeopt foi- a fow weeks  when It Io too .near tho sun to bo. Been  to advuntngo. " ���������"  Jupiter has many curious light and  dark bolts that Ho parallel to Its oqua-,  tor and seem to bo formed of dinner  vapoui's than thoir sm-rouudlaigs, Tlao  planet is Hplnniug round oil Hh axis  once every O^howrs 50 minutes at its  oqilatoi- aind. every 0 hours 55 minutes  in 3Tb higher latitudes. Objects at tho  Cutuitor uro carried round at the rat������>  oC 30,000 uailos w.. laoua*, or el^hl mll-ws  a iiocond compared with 1,000 miles  an hour, at tho earth'h equator.  iVtinard'e Llidmeitt for Awtl������m*t.  w    Hydro-Electric Power In Canada  ^By the end of the year 1926 Canada's hydraulic power installation  reach eel a total . of 4,556,266 horsepower of which 265,838 horse-power  was Installed during that year.  A liquid which renders wood, fireproof has beeii patented by a .Norwegian. ���������".."-  -**���������*  "^^^^B     JmW*m* ^m^t^ttk^tkX ^01*1% ^LWtSB^k A fin& ^���������fc_ mt*m\m*\  Smwm^mmX*    Bff***w ^ttWjWjW^BSw j___________WTiff_____^____r ^_______f    ^La^f .   fSBT ^9^ f_j____l   mL^^^T  (Pates)  You can positively depend upon,  AniiHol Suppofiitoa-lni* n.a a saJe trcat-  mout for IleinoiThoWB.-   , ,   :  TUbho .Suppositories arc^ not M\ ox-j  parlmoht." Back of tho box: yon will  buy at)ypur clriiKfflRt la a hialf iv  DUMfluvy'ft. rocerdyoC aaicccyaful hvwllnrr.,  A flic yonr doctor. Ho will reconnuend  Atu-tsol Saaniiosltorlos. ��������� ' lib will t������ll  you tlaat tlaoro Is no Bdfoa* or bclliu'  jum-Rumlanl romotly' for -itoiia-'  orrtaolda.tP.!1<,,������)'  Your di'itRKlBt crtn mipply you. ;��������� <)i:  write' ub for. oaa������s doisen-riiOHtpalil Ur<\  Sl.riO; Caiuialan A ' Forousn JMwi'u'.v  Ooaiapuny,   U|dty  liiaiKUnw:,  Alund.ul,  SUPPOSIXOIlIEiSii  BOYS  &.  $2.88 Given  no wonic  JUST FUN  G IH L b  Slmtvly aell KO Sots of Out*- Famouct Chrlnt-  mnai Seals for 10o n not. When no I-J ������and  us B3.00 nnd keep $2,00. Wo ti-uat yo.i  until Clirlatmta������.���������8t. 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S������: SLS*  " Simple !���������Never any 'cracking under the  strain'  ���������when I look after them with 'NugfietV    _  .      ���������- --;  ������^$  I  death, his life * oozing    away!"'  voiced  which al%vays     had    a    rusty  whine, now fairSy croaked. ?. .;:  The glass in the door of    {he    cabr  Inet had given Mr, Wymuth a cut in  the cheek, and. the blood ran overjhis'  pale fac^^jliel^i/iwide #yed and rigid,  stbodSaSt ifftiMoteii to? feiief^floor.  '^mfiilr^Rr'f' >ffiu rdert-S riftirilfir������"  Heidsjfiatj^/  ��������� !  There's a" Nugget" shade for every ahoo made.,  33  "First* Aipaai>*ef-? ly:^rl.lP  1       f Denounced! As, * afce;  French?  AS  Experts        Find   yjffGIozel.  m*pG&mxm������&\  Jmmmmzmg&m&i&������&  PAINTED FIRES  S"~    i  Ti  '(������������������������WI*, .-if.-fc-KJ.fcJ*..;-  }AAfl,H XtA,  t*5tff<  B^MEMJE L. Mc^LUNG  C OT*YRT G HT;"C/t N A D Api 925  CHAPTER VIII.���������Continued  -,->., Mr.������ Wymuth who backed^ up his  :.L?.y wife's-petitions yby hollov.-groans and  V"? exclamations of3?-������Lord, v'save" and  ; *S "GodVhave mercy!" was Billed to the  telephone just at the moment that she  was warming up to the real business  of .her irehort.    ."-?'���������' ay?: .   ���������  .  "O ^IjdiA, sendldown  T&y "chasten-  ing fire to convict and convert." ""."  'x.0   uie   ieucal-,  "Amen!   Halleujah!"    shouted    the  girls, knowing what was expected of  iS them^'V^V :&������.i    P    &'-*i        ---,���������--  Helmi, *\vho   was  kneeling just' he-  hind Mrs. "Wymuth, caught a glimpse  P of  k<3yi#%n   thefypbeket Of-"Her  black  q sateeii'-apron.  '; ii.    sudden" impulse  prompting her,    she    cautiously    abstracted  the  keys ������grn&  crept  quietly  *<? backward from HJie rooml-I^-the gen-  1:  ea-al ekcitement::6f the evening deyo-  : tions. she was not ^missed  HelTiii went at onee~*  found the key which jRttedVand ther*^  ,,   to thtj-Kl&sk,    She, had been ,-trusted to  ;Vr sweep-JsLndi dust tilts hallo^dyspot, and  i?.'-'C'so kaieW :?that oiae ?sacred1?drawer Was  always kept locked.    It yielded to the  right key, disclosing a pile of letters.  $.r. Hemi-y found three;rfor: herAjelfe and one  ?* ? for   Minnie.     She Ehurrtediy rreplaced  the others, shoved her- own anct Minnie's into the front of her dress, and  .:���������,_> madef,rthe  peril������_u&; journg3?-idown the  ;H lotag hsi'iUt If sh������y?had Onlya?ta3hl Mhinle  to keep on praying. Her heels seetrtedt  y*^to   sarclrlat _ th^v?linoTeumt.r--'"iiiSr  knees-  ,- .. crackedy,the hou$3e.rseemed,to, _screaim  with silence.    MrVVWyanaitii was still  at the phone.  She reached the door.  They were still on  th&r knees, Mrs.  ^ WjTaauth r keeping ,.up  her,, ^uupplica*-  tions to the throne of grace.    3orae  .Pa of the "girls wemi3cryingi:iHehnl was  on her knees in    a    moment    beside  them,- and into her    grateful    hfeHrt'.  ,- 'yv_fchere^cajiiae an honest sigh.pf, thaiilts-  '- giving! Mrs. Wymuth, hearing it,yi*.er  jX*i;t_!OUbf^vit|ier etfort������-^shev ?w6alld    get  ..,,,. 1-IelanL.yet. .,,.���������., ���������,,.,, ,,.^.._    ���������'?���������'-  1 "OliV TLord, give* lis soUl& 'for om  hire ���������-unlock the stubborn door ���������  break down the bars of silence;���������0,  Lord, we are waitia^.t%yaitlngiy;wait-  -ing."  ^    ���������    ��������� .    _    '  ' ^y   Helini^Wway^d ���������neare^^f.'her--and  gently replaced th<% i^ey*s;ViiiV^?sr ^  ninth's pocketi-r.fa^^g:V"*bac^:i^o^', her  knees in a rapture of thanksgiving  and relief. * An&'In ^fh'e 8������enersti responsive outcries of...the-glrls.. Helmi,  ttfo^ Joinedj^ilBaitjjthe^woivdsxqf ^e*T ^P^K  were- the? wordsfiof s������n^';of the-yells of  the,,       ' '' ^ \ '.-;,  }.  55Merry MaAk*'-^  ,..."Skin-.a.^nir; iaka4,;:Skin- a-aiir;yinka!_  Skina mir inka doo!  I lo^e^ou!*' Z^:P -aPIF-  Fortunately foryHelmi,; Mrsi: -W^wiuth  attributed her^'-strainge Words J������ her  foreign birth, and in her joy?at Hel-  mi's apparent surrender she did not  inquire closely: into the* matter.; Helmi's -' silence was broken! ? Now for the  *&$���������������  6  V) i  ���������.'."it;  Woman Suffered Nearly a Year. ?  Lydia E. Pinkbam^ Vegetable  Compound Brought Her Hcaltli  t ... ������i. i ��������� '���������'?���������  Mooae Jaw, Sask.'���������"I umfjKoingto** ,  try to toll you what Lydia E. Pink- :  hain'H Vegetable Compound has done  for me.   I Buffered very badly with  dragging-down "painH and inflammation, also pains in my right nido over  rn'y laip and dov(m my whole aide into  my leg.    I had it nearly a yea* when  I went to  a doctor and ho Buid-,1 .,  woidd have to have, <tn operation. But  my arnothor Haul to talco Lydia E,  I'inkham'ft Vegetable Compound as it'  saved her life yoara before.    I took-  two��������� bottles and.1. found I .was better,  mil H-epl, on taUSMg-'it and altio uacd  Lydia E. PtnkhaiTi'p Sanative Waah. .  I Wnvo had two moro children Banco*  !<���������(  huut-tawoa-k without trouble. I al-  wjivs keep tho Vegetable Compound  in the houae aia I Iind a doso now and  Uieii.helpw me. I am willinp: for yoti  to u.'iu this letter any waV you p.ce fat  aand I will answorlettorn. If I can holp ���������  aany other woman I'd be only too glad  to'ta-y,"���������Mra. Esther Hoikjhton,  414 Morpo Square, Moosno Jaw, Sa������-  Icatchowan.      ������������������������������������ v':������������������!'���������:��������� *  Lydia 13.  Plnleham'm   VoRetaWo  Oinanoiaud ia a dependnble inedicino  for all women.  For sale by druggists everywhere, o  full'^f ^P^^s^������t?-^pEe f.Vstubhort'h ���������'- will-  had "yielded*'at 'last". ''' * *'"'**'"'  The other girlsLwere sent; into tne  coranion. room,    where    they    began  their dreary task': of;;'_- "makings;haby  clotheaVin _ shaa-aeat gilfenc^ ?V?4lthough  the Wyiniith's had been at the Home  only a short tinSes VtheylS ^13^-^killed  every spark of happiness in it. , Mrs.  fAvery had', ,irabued'??^eV_gii^?.fyrith' a*  certain   gaiety -and   enthusiasm   over  their  sewing which had Slifted-it out  Of all sadness.    A baby was to lier-a  'jsa'cr^p^gjurt���������*i;'*-It?'^_ait|i^t":"be?. -������aaidg_f"wel-*''  tifulv%:y,3Ehe.?^ls? hours  ;aH'erysaipp<br rwhen^tlre liitle gkruients  were fashioned. " fndeed/ the beauti**  ful thing! that Mrs. Avery.had >planned  and the girls had made were used  against her%y?''&  wti:o. claliiied* tliat -^sjie encouraged the  girlsTtosfb^get y^  and had thehir actually v: looking for-  (Wfctrd to the doming ot their babies,  forajrettihe that- they w^re bhlldren of  'SkaiheiVV f-'??'���������?-.i'? '".'.������������������' - ' ".,.*'?' .4 1 >--  *? The Wymuth's let :t^eytjit*ls forget  nothiiigVv^d.cohVt&is,,*alght': they' were  silent and sad, as bitterjly cast down  and ashafiied, as any Chrlartlan poard  could, wish! x  :"; 'For''' kn "'hoTlr' Mr?'' arid'' 'Mrs.' Wymuth  struggled with Helmi. ^"hey prayed  'coaxed, threater_te^.' She' must tell!.  Mr; Wynratli at.a&st? sh&ak her, a-ough-  ly^io _��������� had-oheh said.; this was the  best wAyfto deftl.}: vrlth foreigners.  They had to be mastered. ,,  ���������' Sp-Enfethlne^ broloe in HoLmi th^ii. The  "netvpu's excitement:'of ttie evening ������������������  h'^r,. threeV?;pi;elcldu'tl, letfe'ravfthat sho  had-.nbtyyet'' openedr-rher anxiety for  Mlnitloj and. eagerncB3 -to know what  'hei^letter''cpntEtrie'd' of ������oqcI or evil���������  sbiiae'^lil jig';; br-okb'^ [, in,,;'. IXelp^i's heart  with sudden,ltury> n It>w������s that flashing tchipor ' for i which hor * country-*  men are noted.. Oho mbhibiit slao had  been p^ect^y. ,r $������>lra(r , tlght-ljpped,  composed, mlstreiaB of horsolf. doter-  Snlwbd (to boar ?^ all-things: tho next  moment Bho was a' flnmiiig fury, with  murclor Iai her oyoa. Shp^liurlofl Mr.  Wymuth from her with a awlnglng  blow that. sbnt hliu! crashing into the  china cabinet, an*j,l.,t1ioi_'V^prds> slip said  were worda she h'ad "hbli" Icrio'wn that  that Bhe know, In .the hotpl;,l|i)L, Saint  Paul she had hoard'thO'Clolcaay"them  to n perfali^tent peddlor at the .door,  "yougo'*ib;3Spfn-!:C"'^' <'���������'������������������*���������������"������������������������  , '3y|rs.,tWyKiVl-h tsproanipd In,ipbmilno,  hone������t fright*, i ���������     ���������    ?    .       ���������  _ __..*d'r#-a|!',^|But4fe^ff Ji^^er!" yMrs.  W^tptli^p-i^^^gw:^ fumbling- now  like_ distant thunder. ''Oh, speak rtb  ane, Mr. Wymuth." Even in her ^excitement she remembered that V it  would not do to-call him by his first  name befoa:eL the giorls^n. life-pr ?ln  deatli, discipline inust.,be;-preserved.  "Speak,, oh apeak, pale -flips l",   -.:, V '  The pale lips spoke; Mr.i'Wym������th'3f  thin veneer had heen cracked. byfEtel-  mi's- blow. - "Shut ups -you foolr and  get hie something to wipe off 5the  blood," he said. -  "He raves," cried, his wife dramat-  14-icallyt- -*8Go;wg1rllS7-"gol!-' -Wh^tt ! he  wakes^-if; ihe^ioyeEi ;does; wa-ket^i? this  life��������� he must see no face hut mine  'bending~-'OverVhtm;rG-a! "-"-���������<-->���������'������������������-���������������������������*"_'  The girls di'Mted- nQlselessiy up; the-  stairs, d.eeply awed by what had happened. Helmi suddenly remembered  jthe letters she^ad ppncealed, ^.nd>;ran  *upstafr?5 to find Minnrle,? whp-fhad gone  to. bed eatiysX. ^hen;>Melmiyireached  -the dormitory s^Vfouhd-liersfelf J the  centre of an admiring throng. "Gpsh,  I'm glad you pasted him. t" cried one.  "Helmi, ain'ti^ou the: bfest^^ginj" said  another. : ���������������������������'���������"��������� .6;i-;iV'v^ y"!"-?-'*3^-   y...V  -   "Serves 'him '^Ighl,''-|Se'rbig> huiri^  was Rose Lamb's    contribution. | :}'?*t-!  wish I had   your   nerve.   Helmi. 1 He?  -waiioped rue -foh.fai^il^st -week, y^iid-  I was afraid to hit back.   But Geeyl he,  hadn't a look   In    with    our    husky,  Helmi." yyD   y.yy   -'VV'"''  Minnie    had *?awakenedycwlth    the  noise and was sitting up in bed, very1  pale and. frightened, <*$vhen  the  ^irls  swarmed into the?rppmyH^mifputf the  letter in her ?hattd. .*������������������?-������   yy-;s.,yyy ;,.s ,.-*?���������  The   first   flush   of   cbngratulatioUs  gave place to    dismal    foorebodink's.'  "Gee, Helmi, I'm glad It was youyahtf  not me that walloped, 'him,, I'm scared?  they'll half kill %ouf^-This ^Was from  MaUde, a repeai^i\^lidy^eMpm;spbke'.  "It's the Bo ard' t am scaxei3T'off There's.  ,   s.WratiwgsVf Are,   Not   Authentic'  .At. avymeettn&rinyP*������iS'?of'4the.fAca--  ,de^yqf:,Enscrip^I^^^^ "VVJrlt-.'  ihgs" discovered^ thi-ee lyears ago? and  ,beli.exed.-c tory >lie ? >raaa'.s>- s'nrst ^Iphaber"  were denounced) as faked^j The denunciation was made-by Ca|nllle?:Julian,  ���������An tauthoEity on the. GallOrHoman ef ^  -and. i-Reiie 'XJussa'rid^'-^the ���������academician  appointed to tiiake -a specialf investt  tigatibhV ---^y-''-yi\i^^S) >���������.*���������?>���������>��������� j--. ���������  '}'��������� Tlie ? Iainotis'" writiiigs, *' which.' were,  brought to light at Glozel, near VichyJ  ' were'^'d^ciared-^biyVthe";::;fihders;:tp? be  toe} wprfc^bi'.'N^Iltobf^ahVtiiusvpre^  senting tlie cbnt^ntipn^-that ���������?the iwrit^-'-  ing fprljginated, hundreds  of  centurie^  before the period generally, ��������� accepted.  by sciesstist-Sr'       -    '*'"------'* ' "*""'  y For 'some time "the authenticity of  the Inscription was    not V^uestionedi:  There was inerely di^agreemeht as to-?  its.; age.3  M?Mr, ?, jaillan: f. and;,.,Dussand  now  declare  they ��������� found  manyvgppdV  xeasonSi to suspect the "discoyeries/**  citing  as, examplesf;^e.ph4epts 5 had'  rrrtt  ���������.!'��������� .;��������� ���������  098*  'SPEAHMfiSfC*f.iaas a!���������*iamg-  soxdrsost to'birlgliten ^ar������ws'  .iiva^lUs.day!, oi-'i^^^hzi aaS  V.. It -��������� keep a '^t eetjb. wWte,  gbbtb.es sfee'tlsroat; a^dl ���������  bee^n  recently  disturbed,, the lack bf1  ' huina.ix^fcbii(^,": plctiirps ^f bf.? Vrbindeer^?  Which did. not "exist  in  France*  and  ?linally-;t-tliiat_ftt-:fbe::;Of; tfbair; ftpancsT w.^s 1  belng ' icliaafged''for fadmissibii' to \the,j  -property"where:the?"find"--was? made.  I*al?es:������b*^g^^ih Weaiher?;  \    f'"?' i-iiJ^A.     *i'-K-J--~rz:.     r-*s.        *t,?-?i-';?-:  y  tTrapa^AtJ-antlc..Passenger.. Rates   To.  Be Ltwered,During Dull Seasph  Trans-AtlahMc",fpassehger.' fares   in"  the '"futii^p^^ll';b^^e^witli the^ear  -sbhs'V'1 *-"''-'"'-l   &T''}>    ���������-'?���������-"��������� *���������������������������?.':y?--"-'-,i:' -'���������'.. ';-v-",;  Cheaper^.Tates fo"r:- steamship    pas.5  ,sage������.are,to?prevail during the fall audi  spring fas well as wintep. ,::.This action  -of steamship officials has betn taken  to fistiinuiate .htasinesi   in" what   are  khbwnVas" thb^"bff-&ieas<riis?       i?:  c- i ;By? the   heWv ^arrangement,J aga?eed;  to ?by :all-ithe;*principal: trans-Atlantic  companies^ there?._will:( be,xhrep, .different tariifs���������pne for summer when tray;  el is at its height, one for "tlie intermediate seasons, the late":faW'atid'-eai>  fI^*is|*������8^iFahd^aiii^^  ���������?>;.-.y������ Educating" Indian Citizens  The expenditure byy the Gov;ern&ient  of Canada on Indian education, in the  ffscal year 192i5'was $i,9is,6do? . In  addition Sb this- ceAai*av:ihaiids of In-  dianSj wliose; funds were 'sufficient to  meet the expenditure, contributed  $<^y)QO,tcrr, school f purposes- n?  EROUS  a whole room full of them, and we get          ,.������������*, ... -, . -   dressed the    night    they    come-4and||iS^a^|% ^|^|||#!������ ������ I  they ask u^! qb^tibh^^bb^ are^ m,7M^^^T?n'^^^e? ;;,      - ��������� -������ r^^��������� ^ ^ ������,  happy; ahd. we ^'%e ^^Srery *&& ^5^^l^-|p|^3 frlfb#^^fefSS^ffiS  py here and will, trv and repay all the   Berengeria and Levtathan,    In    some   oped- before the trouble is reco  kindness ypu have shown, us.' "    > -  -'"That's .tti>t rtffeoalirSV'^sald3^ young  girl who" had been; *&rpu*g^?/mV?^Ci*'U������!^'"-  she and her stepmotlter *;" could '**bpt"  agree; "Boarafis what you'pay wht|n-  you eat."'       "'"-        vV ���������': -?.-:y  "Shut up, silly! Maude'* right. Ain't;  she been here twicet?   I   guess ]she  would  knotw.   ISra ?afraiid _:they'll ;janJ,  Helani, maybe, or dp something ba^-rn-  expel 'her, ���������maybe.'"!'   '���������''-"'''r '''���������" '^' "''"'���������    ; aaiP~  "That ain't the y worst/",jRps,e .Lamb  led the discussion now.    "You can't  get "expelled, from this p3ace. I guess'  If any one cnud'a, it-wrbu3d haye been  ine. This is a jail, really, only it's a  jail- where, they're , going y? to-:,convert  you or bust. It's best to get converted"  first thing.    I've been converted lots  of times;   evory time I rjun away:-'I-h  instances  amount   to   ten  to   fifteen  per cent,vfr^?n,i.,the^j5'^m3ner tariff;'���������������������*���������<  The fruiti.;,pfi������l^;^p^rii:,is,,_lbvei joy.  f���������^Galatlans-?^. ���������22:'S:UaaaPP  -Sa':X    :>'-  ;- '-IrifrP "h-i'vi-������������������'S������>-take'.|byfhbrae, I  Ahd������;make^a.place in thy?fgieat heart  ���������;?,yfbiv-;lier>--V::-, -,V-VV ''V.-y^hfrTV-,^ >  And give her time tb?Brbw������ and cher-  >v-:-isllf-h.eiV,:���������>.'.;���������:. '-;-. '?,���������;?'.��������� V;   -VV  V? y    .���������  T*hen wlU'.she conae, .andybft.-witl say.  cVtO thee������u.V;-;.}   -...^   ���������./1^yt::;i  :���������.:;<-,,, y^'"*'  Whettyt.hpiX: art forking ipt  the- fur-  ':,-'*r'������wSji^ray,;, ,,���������--;   ���������:;.?. -   ;;- ���������,���������.,;  ;MV;-y '  Or.-W'aeding in the,^.sacred > ipur   of  dawn^-:   '-j:-,-?:   "^   .-...;*>���������. y.y;-V -nv ?  It .isi ;a rcopaely; fajBhlo/a.'ttp be-jglad,  Joy ;l������the> gra.ee we, say ,tp; Qod^y;   .  ������������������if:   *.:..a!.'-'���������'���������;'.   -rrJean-TPEelow.  get converted all over v-againK.   <?^J ������     ��������������� ^   , ,���������   ,,������.,    ^  .  ���������.., -���������-������-  ran  getting fed  up  with  these  Mr\l^^j^  muthst Ain't this a swell time wb')?e  havin' tonight! I'm, all for, Helmi, ~  she's as good as a show/' Rose began  to sing.  (To Be Conthmed.,) ��������� '���������'���������  Local Possibilities  Horn's  "Nelflhbbrhobd " Uoiaally   Offorp  Better chances Than Elsewhere   -..  Many folks will <start off to  some  far   distant   city   or   state   ,to   soblc  their   fortunes     when,     thero    ! are  equally   good^, or .lieUer,,_chances in  tho homo neighborhood.     The chance  to make good in one's homo localtlbh  iri usually MGltci*, Silica people UQuoa'-  stand local condi tions mprp thoroughly.    Thoy also have  friend si n thoir  home locality who will be of assistance*  in developing any kind  of business,  There atfo oppoat taaaaltlOH. for^, business  every whore and 'ilioy aiVjuslas good  as elsowheto. Tho people who render  superior servleo iiiid   who    adve-atlso  what thoy can^do:.ytllX;'al;#li'y>'3'.,:tttracb  attonlion and i;o ahead'.  '""'  haye j ^pufehed, God, ahd ^ so jthey carry  with them   an   iaTeBi6tibleyVg*lad*aess  'everywhere.-^-Frederlck' W.- Paher.  K V Angora Rabbit.Farma  Reports state that' Angora rabbit  farihhi ������ i s; helng carried on to a very  largo extent oy the pooiile* of FrianPe.  Many thbu&aftd^ <of ^hgora rabbit  farms aroiii operation throughout the  country anctVtli^so clepehdf largoly on  tlio rovoauo fa-pm the' wool takeii frpm  the Angora rabbit jylilph. brUngs, an  inuoh as?8 a? -pbdnd- for the best  graaleV," Tn ono--year,; Angora, rabbit  yr'pbi. produced-in,, FraiAce^v^ to  "flOO.OOO*.' ...:    p..,rl -���������   ';.,.;    -livy.i,    ''::������������������:  If Npt-Corrected Serious Rsisults  y ; Sur*; TofFollow f y  . in; no trouble^ 4s -delay ..or .neglect"  'more <3angerpus* than ih ahaeniia ���������  thin; watery blood. 'It" is very ��������� cbniinon  in? young girls ajind ,in������ipersons. who .are  overworked or cbnfiiSed within dpors.  ItCmakes iti3 -approach ih'so stealthy  devel-  recptgnized.  But taken in time the-tbhie"treatment through-the vusew of ?Dr. Wil-  Jliams' Pink Pills; Isb 'v leiiriPhes the  ���������blood.?-that igood^health??and?ystrength  is,spepdilytregamed-vt^^hp, correction  of a^a^mic cbnditibhs "hy~} Dr. >VH"  iiams'fpirik i^ills? is fasts certaiii" as ?any-  ^thing can ? be,. -Miss .Teresa Heafey,  i)uhraveh. Que., is '''one of the ihany  anaemic sufferers-who has found new  health through the use^pfythis medicine. She say^:���������"Icaranot express  too warmly my thanks for what Dr.  Williams'-, Blnlc.-Bills - have done for  me. 1 was saiuffering-cfrom a.badly  ruurdown^pcmditionj p; I 'fiwa;s|yery| nervous,' had little desire forffood,'and  'jsrbuld,feel %h'$&. outsat "the least exer-  t^bii>?ih this>bbndttjbn"*iAbegan taking  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and before  using them very long found my  health gradually iinanroving, and  under their" continued use was completely restored. For-; this, reason I  earnestly advise,all ..weak girls to  take' these* pills, ferbllrig * sure that  they will do for others1 what they did  for me."  Send your name and addrbss to The  Dr. Willliams' Medicine Co., Brock-  ville, Ont., and they will mail; you free  a useful little book on "Building Up  the Bloock'' The pllls.can bo obtained  through any druggistVto by mall at  50 cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., "Brockvlllle, Ont.  Per Imps the only way to get around  the problem of what is the plural of  ���������'galdlolus" Is tb grow asters.  To havo tho ? children soubd ano  heal thy is the first, care o������ a mother.  Thoy cannot be,healthy if troubled  With worms. IJso Mother Graves'  Worm Exerminator.  .-1.  . ^hp, tburlsts werp h^ng shown; -(.ho,  Acropplls ������������������ at ������������������Athens, h'^ig-ii, ,. ;,| 5������np' t of  thcx^.^ftpr au���������pnthi_igt*tstlo "Geo, I'll  Bay.'lt^K'-'eat^ to"  niiss'  soiiiiapthlnB.V,V VV .'.'��������� "',''��������� :!''-^'V"Vn.-;;  ; ���������," ^<iy," ,si)p said,; "i*vherQ,-..,fvro  fofur liorsomen, anyway?'?':-  the  ThP avoriigo mart thinks ho Isn't  oven with the wcvrld> until ho owes  others as much as thoy owe him;  Mlnard'a Liniment for Toothache.  So of Hem ' ono reads a host Boiler  and Is saddened to thiuJc there are ho  many people' capable, of liking It.  w.   N.   u.   r;ot  ;*.: 1,, y''.yCHA^Kit,T5c.;t:';.  :,'"Clirls! "bh; 'Glrls^;' ,y ' :'y  IMTri?}. Wyinuth'li yblpo wijs > fi'Jiught  with torrpaV.and' ..hrought*thc^lVlo from  tlio '��������� eommlnx roPm1 In a panic.  _'Oh; you ^IcIcmI, wlpked kU'I, Hoi-  nil! You have*Itllled. tho bodt man tho  :sun over uhone on! He in bleutlluji to  Pearls. From, Flah (tJaScaleo I'  A Now York company-; "bttb of tho  lai'goat manttFucturoria of bsullatloin  pearl from fish sealofl, Is erecting a  plant at Nanalmo, B.C., to miinura������i-  turo from tho ft&h scales of the Jlrt-  tlnhx Coli-mibta catch. Jind production  io sot for November,  Whon lore seta the tarda: the laboror,  never  thinks   of  domandlnijr   ahbrter  lioura.  (  resh louthtu! Sksn  Maintained by Cuticura  Daily use of,Cuticura Soap, with touches of  ���������Cuticum'Ohitftient whew required, will do  much to pievent pore-clogfgfi'ng, IrrltAtiftg  riiBhcs', roufchncfis aiad other unwholesome  f conditions of the skin.  HiMyl* ataalt Vm������ WIU1.   Art������U������������������ <:������n������<)Un n.ixtu   "1Hm������>  1  *l'������i������mm s^?.  ^ .m *t������1.*^   IK t*  mmmmmmmmmmwlmiimmmmmm *-������j ���������n������^UM4������4jnt( jaiva ^Lc&ruiitaanii^wii&**j&>bz*iaatt������&'>>*s'j  ������ i j^^fMnataKteW-Te*^ Hit\^tettj.&������,A*&tM*4JSJ%*i*Kc>Zi>-mmi  TOB ������RE8K0]r SIBVISSr  ni  r?  ?il  hlHlp  issued avepy Friday at Creston. ������������Oe  Subscription : S2.5Sayear in advance.  93.0Q to U.S. points.  .. O. F. Hayes. Editor and Owner.  CRESTON.  B.C..  FRIDAY. OCT.   6   *"V  . ~V    *���������   The Right Road Policy  At its September meeting Ores-  ton ^.t^ind-v^ the wise  thing in having nothing to do with  tw<B a^solat^OBi...;ffeoso "'Keison dosfgi  which asks,. tihe minister of public  works to provide a sum in the  neighborhood of $400,000 to Ret on  with the building of the Kuska-  '-'-acok'-Gray Creek road. ������  Relay race, 9 and under���������Canyon,  Cres*o5B9 Wynndel.  ICO _f������u*ia- hoys undi&r 12���������Herbert  Cocaling, Hunw-f Putnam, S. Abbott  100 yara������, igirls uader is-���������Frances  Haudiey, Helen Browell, Helen Hop-  wood.  100 feet, boys under 7���������fr-fi-ln Nickel,  Earl Browell. Elmer Hagen.  100 feet, girls under 7���������Jean Spiers,  ir.es wood, J-Jab Spencer. ,  ^   {  100 yards, boysjamder 15���������Fred Wi!  aon,    Godfrey  Cotalinsc..  Sdtiiuu&itSOn,  Tn  B-aKAVitfltf  JtMS.x.'-uuc  ���������*W  nolicy  Greston  ~au ������iji  atiwum  :*���������_as  <o    yaraSa    gins    unaer    xo���������juycia  Christie. Eleanor Blair. Mabel Abbott.  3-iegged   race,   hoys  under   3.0���������La  Qkvis and O. JPaivet'Le- ES������ Johnson and  -5..  v^figuouai,  k>.   ������%������j.wu������.    v������.j\a  odnik.  El LL������SU El  AaaratatAirftiT  SS  ^,  % M  m  m fnoolaai Ban Bil   H  H-aOLO-diflLII 1  Hi&TElif%ir  UEaEEimi  Tb      t?**.*������K_  stronger position when ib requests  tha minister to set aside funds not  only for the. much talked of north  and south highway, but alsc for  improvements on existing high  ways practically aii the way from  Moyie to ?Kuekanook whioh are  .badly iu need of re locating at  some points, and can stand considerable widening in the stretch be  tween Alice Siding aud the lake,  a������? recommended by the coroner's  ���������jury enquiring into the death of  the late I*. M. Sly.  The Seview*s idea of a road po  licy for this part of the province is  one that starts at the east and  -works west, due to the greater  volume of traffic is* that direction  aow the B&nff-Windermere road is  enjoying such popularity with auto  tourists.  The Kelson resolution asking for  such a heavy road expenditure at  tbe centre ol things, as it were, is  not yet in order, unless along with  its acceptance by the department  comes assursHsce that every feeder  from the e-a^gt will be opened simultaneously, and thus justify the  building of this central piece of  highway. <  The local board's transportation  committee ought to test the friend"  lin ess of Nelson by asking the trade  board of that city to hack rap a re*  solution from Oreston in pressing  for the north aud south highway  as well as tbe needed improvements  from Moyie wesfc  JMeg race, girls 10 and under���������Clara  Nygaard and June Browell, Kathleen  Bnndy and Betty Kemp, Ida Olasier  anci .Hilda Hagen.  Boot race���������J. Johnson, K. BicMaster  S. Abbott,  .Relay race ��������� Briekson, Orestone  Wynndel.  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that* on Wednesday, the 12th dayfof Oclsoberi 192T7 at the hour of  10 a,m,j at the Court-houso. Nelson., B..C, I wiSl sell ������fc public aiiefiosT t&e rlfKotfte inT>tlie list herelna-fter  set out, of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid hy' said.persons  on the 30th day, of June, 1927, and for penalty, costs, and expenses, deluding the coa^t of advertising  said sale, if the total amount due forthe period ended December 31st, 1925 is/not sooner paid.  Tug of wait���������Wynndel.  High jump���������ECGlasier, Jim Downes,  Maurice Kelsey.  Pot**  jump���������Andrew    Miller,   Tom  Cannady, Maurice Kelsey,  Lone jump, hoys���������Godfrey ESnmuel  ' .son, Toiaa Cannady, W. Abbott.  High    jump.,   girls���������Madge   Moore,  Lyda Christie, Frances.H4odley,  Long jntnp, girls���������Madge Moore,  I������yda Christie, Frances Hundley.  The officials in charge were:  Starter, F. Lucas: judges, Mr.  Oakley, Jas. Cliea-rington an] Geo.  Johnson; scorer. Miss Edna Holmes.  At the finish the orizes were presented by Col. Fred Lister, M.P.P.  The Jubilee committee verv  much appreciate the sssia "ance  given throughout the afternoon by  the teachers of the different schools.  They are well satisfied with the  initial effort of potting on an organized sports* program &nd feel  sure that the next year even keener  rivalry and com pi ti tion will bo in  evidence. .     -  ������FP^PERISES  Name ot Person Assessed  Short DescripMon of Froperaa^  -a-a  ran ran* oports  D  ay Successful  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  AMENDMENTS  ACT  The Confederation Jubilee*Com  mittee have every reason to be  satisfied with their effort in providing & field day in connection with  this year's fall fair, the athletic  events put on under, theii" direction  ou Friday afternoon furnished a  very fine outdoor attraction both  for contestants and spectators.  And that the competition was  keen is evidenced in the faot. that  the championship oilver cup waa  won hy Canyon sohool by a margin  of half a point over Wynndel.  Deducting the 15 points the Creston sohool conceded others, the  days showir.g figured out: Canyon  42i, Wynndel 42, Creston 37,  Erickson 28^, and Lister 5.  Probably" the most exciting event  was the tug of war, whioh was run  oil' in three pulls.. Creston won  from Erickson and Wynndel from  Canyon in the elimiKiuLiou rounds,  and in tbe final three pulls wero  required Jbefdre Wynndel was adjudged the winner. In the other  events the prizes were awarded as  follows:  50 yawl a race, hnyn ������itid������ir 8���������Jiu-k  tranter, lini-l Boawell, Irwin Nickel.  50 _yMulr*,tcirItt tinder 8���������Leah Abbott,  Ethel VnnAckemria, Given Putnam.  8-1 o������ race, girls under IV!���������-Alice  L>uv!h und Mary Abbott, Jaanu Browell  .i.������d Ola na Kyguiacd, JUury MaEone und  Dorothy Brlurolinll.  50 ymilH race, boyw aa aider 10���������Nor-  tn-ini Nickel. Em wren oe Davit*, John  nimpicer rtxati rMiMjy ttntut-t* uu-i.  BO yiMM!t������������ glrlfl aianler 10���������Ola am Ny-  g'tiairo, Molly Moore, Hetty Kemp.  Vacant, unreserved, surveyed Crown  lands may be pre-empted by British  subjects over 18 years of age, and by  aliens on declaring' Intention to become  British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation, and improvement  for agrteidttual purposes.  Full Information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions, ts given  to Bulletin No. 1, Land Series, "How  to Pre-empt X>and," copies of "which can  be obtained free of charge by addressing the Department of I<ands, Victoria,  B.C., or to any Government Agent.  Becords wiii be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes,  and whie-h is aaot timb^flaad, Le* carrying over 5,000 board feet per acre  west of "the Guast Range and18,000 feet  per acre east of that -range.  Applications for pre-emptions are to  be addressed to the Land Commissioner  of the Land Recording Division in  which the land applied for is situated,  and are made on printed forms, copies  of which can be obtained from the'LaaaO.  Commiosioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and improvements made to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivating at least five acres,  before a Grown Grant can be* received.  For more detailed Information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt Land."  .. PURCHASE  Applications are received for purchase  of vacant, unreserved Crown Lands,  not being tlmberland, for agricultural  purposes; minimum price of first-class  (arable) land is $5 per acre, and second  class . (-grazing,}' land $2.53 psr acre.  Further information regarding purchase  or lease oil Crown lands is given in Bulletin No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase  and Lease of Crown Lands."  Mill, ffectory, or industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the conditions including payment of astumpoge.  MIOMKBITE LEASES  TJnBurveyed sirens wot exceed log ?MI  acres may be leased as homesltes, conditional upon a dwelling being erected  in the first year, title being obtainable  after residence and Improvement conditions aro fulfilled and land has been  surveyed.  UBUUBBB  For grasing and Industrial purposes  areas not exceeding ������10 acres may be  leased* by one person or a company.  GRAZING  Under the Oratdng Act the Province is divided into grarJng districts  and tho riutige administered under a  Grassing Commissioner. Annual gras-  ing permits aro issued hosed on numbers ranged, priority belnjj fiiven to  established owners. Btooh-owners may  form aficocLatlona for range mt*moge-  ment. n������Tce-, or partially free permits  arc available for settlers, campcra or  travellers, up to ten head.  i&szmss-oS  Ssa4.and   Ccstssssd  nuvefti1.  Paterson Estate  MagHo. Domenico    Ferguson, "W. W.  -   FrosiVThos. and Jamie ���������  Fordham, Doilie    Mitchell, Miss Agnes  Fceney, Bernard    Carpenter, C. M   K. & S. Rlwy. Co. ..  .Lot 2, Block 22, Map 38$, tot s88  Map 486V Lot 188  ~...~_Lofts No. S to 6, Block No. 5  ���������: .���������Lot II, Block S  .... ���������.........Lot 9V Block 19 ^........���������  ������������������ . Blocks G, H, andc-l  .   Lots 20������ asS SSSA      '  ....Lot 19, Block 3, Map 622 ..^-..-.^..���������  ...Lot % BSs^ 6, S4tep 622 ...._..^...i   ....Lots 21 and. 22, Block 13, Map 622 -  Map 718, Lot tZZ  ...Blocks 2A and 3A, 5.0 acres .........���������_.  Bfsp 136S, Loi S&1A  *m+mm*Umm.  King,   Geo.      Bloomer, Hose E.  .Block 2, 18.63 acres V���������  .Block S, 18.63 acres ���������  Bobertsosv H. W.   vKobzey, ssss. Baaris  Chipman,. ..��������� _  Proctor, Mrs. B-.  Exton, Lawrence .  Hausscin, liSaham  LotSOft  .Lots ? to 9, Block 14, Map 1135  ...JuQio v w> II, SiOCS IS, M^p 113-*^-  .^Und. % interest in Parcel A of Sublet 4,  MapV131, Lot- 306, 36.04 acres ....   Map "710, Lei 309  27.27  29.40  8.7t  43.09  11.80  5.45  2RJBS  15^5  35.75  SS.15  34J89  1������,11  149^0  3^0  3.58  JU't  1.7S  .75  3.71  .76  X.96  4.62  4.62  350  2321  12/16  12^  12.75  12.75  ??��������� p-^  12.7S  12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  -12.75  3S.75  12,78  12.75  43,32  M.1B  61.13  2628  rass  45.11  1951  29^5  53.12  K.12  51.15  S5.75  130.86  Perry Sstate, W.  Duncan, Welter  A. ���������   _Lot 32, Block 2 ���������l.~.v    . .... Lot 1, Block 5 .:.-������   .._���������. . ..Sublet S. Map TSOA, Lot SOU, 253.0  Map 1425, Lot 36?   Parcel 14, 85,62 acres   ..Parcel 17, 40.78 acres :���������  Mellard. Est.,  W.  IS.  Sisierson,  E.  H.   ���������..���������..  McCarty, E. A.;~.   Richards & McCarthy ..-.   *������__������������ 2233  ,Lot 1, Block J, Map 765j0 _._.  . ,^������.^^.w������     ������������������,     ^.*...y       ,MWf     JLtM.V     OnJpA^79  McCarthy, E. A. ���������  McCarthy, E. A. ...  Erie Lumber Co.   ...Part Sublot 1 being Sees:. 28 and  33,  Tp. 12A, Map X68, 1280.0 acres   .Sublet 71. IrOt 1237, Tp. 14, Map X70,  2894.15 acres -^JL^,������������������i-~~-������..^���������.~-.  Lot 1237  ^Part Sublot 21 being SE% o������ tBEtt Sec 4,  Tp. 15, Map X71, 40.0 acres  Boss, S. Kf. ..: .���������  Archibald, C. I. ���������  Aiesander, David  ..   Part Sublot 34 being W% of BW*5& Sec 4,  Tp. 15, Map 3C?1, 80X1 acres ..���������-^..   .That part of Sublot 39 in Sees. 11 to 14  and 22 to 35 shown on L. ft. O. Bef.  mjrgm 8S25=*>T, TP. 15. Man X71. 10030.0   Lots 1 to 4, Map 1534 of Sublot 4, Tp. 16.  ��������� Parcel A of Sublot 5, Plan 14816, Tp. 16,  .Map X72, 560.5 acres  ,.  7.15  51.80  229.40  J91  BJSO  29.71  12.75  12.75  12.75  20.81  7355  37156  22.50  10JBO  1^5-  12.75  ,    12.75  33.3.5  24.50  9.40  1.19  ������������������Im an .  12.75  23^4  mm mj.  ~699J5  90j08  13.75  80258  1044.70  81.05  13.75  U3950  20J.5  255  13.75  36.45  49.60  659  13.75  69.74  182850  250.01  13.75  309956  2w.-PG  31.SC  13.75  869.05  162J0O  2025  13.75  196.00  Lot IMS  ,���������..Lots 11 and 12, Block 2, Map 739 -..  859   -       5u  12.75  16.13  Mankln, Robt.  Tp.36,MapX5*       /   '     '     ���������'     ���������'     \{P  '   \ a ^,^msm9SLSm*9*^   Part Sublot S betog E% Sec 25, E% w  E% See. 35 Olid Sec. 36 except SE%.  of NWM, and N. & F. S. Blwy. Bight  of Way. 1080.0 acres    Salmon Valley Lumber & Pole Co.,  Ltd  . . *A11 that part of Sublot 5 which lies to  the west of the R|W of the N. & F.       25055  4650  13.75  310.40  '.|^'ua)fvia^fctteka'^���������Hi������'i^^.'.  Sb.  ���������. ���������f^*T^**'Wii*i,i'1},ii|l5"; "I"*'".*"'*"  Simons Estate  *,Smr*+**<  .##*������*������������������������* *���������*���������*���������������������������������������������������������!  S. Blwy. Co. and to the south and  North or a line drawn east from tho  posts planted 6567.7 it. west and 5280,  ft. south and 5270 ft west and 10580  ft, south of the north-east corner of  said lot respectively. 382751 acres   (Offered for sale subject to survey  Of uxutofftaed Unco.)  That  part  of  Sublot   14   in   Tp.   36.  4530.0  acres   ,   Lot 1238, Tp. 37, Map XSS  2028.00       48155  13.75       812350  Simons As Nowell  '���������������������������*������������������������������������*t���������������***������**+m******  That  part   of   Sublot  1360.0 acres  14  in   Tp.   37,  ������r*������ ���������*������������������������������������������������<*������������������  Lot 1239  McCualg, D. P  Slrot 6, Blecls a��������� TUtop 67JS ....  Tp. 20, Map X60  Simons & Nowell  ��������� ��������� .....Sublet 20. 20005 acres   Slmo&JB <Sz Nowell :. ....���������., ....Sublot 24, 2405 acres ������.,  *������^������������������������������������#���������������*���������*������������������������������  a  Mankln, Bobt.  ������������������������������������������i>M*******rM������������''**������������'<  158.76  WM  359  126.60  35.00  3055  14.10  M  1655  153  13.76  18,75  JLf&* fl w  13.75  13.75  Manlcln Lumber JSe Pole Co.  **M**k^*-4 ���������������������!"���������������  Lot 1241, Tp. 89, Map X58  Part Sublot 3 being W% and "Q������V* of J������%  G������C S, T7'/i &Dd' "V7lii of n^i Gcc 7.  SWU Bee. 13, 8H and SWtt of  KW% Seo. 14. SJB.-V& of tm\L See.  is, w*fc see. ie, se % of ms% and.  SE% sec 19 and Stt of 8W% Boo.  21.  21305 acres   ...*...���������  Part Sublot S being Sec 10, W-V6 of SW-tf  Sec. 11, S!& and W% of 13W11 Occ  IB, MH and Sis!4 Sec ia, n*% and  sw% Sec 17, E% Sec 18, &W%  txxid B% Of NWA Sec 29. 26405  acres  192.75  111.10  16.13  166.70  30.68  VI,  -s>  42450  7950  13.76  517.35  ���������Okt������t'la������k#l������������*t������(ir*l*t������M*������������������MtaKI������H������������*MM#M  ^Continued on Page 7 R   -   '  r  mm  f^v'y-v'^y'yy,  --v  THE CHESTOK  BBTSBW  Local.and Personal  Fob Bbss^���������T^'o room  hc=use; steely  Christ Church harvest festival -wiH  be held Sunday, Oct. i������$h.  O* J. Bayle was a business visitor at  Nelson a couple of days this week.  Ssb-ts���������Gk ,.September? SOth, tc Sir,  atid Mrs, Harold (Jock) Osborne, a son. j  'WAKTB'D--iF'arohjp������d    JeTsey  . cow, |  state price.    H. OlenSents   Erickson. j  O. ������, Bodf^e-rs was a business visitor  at Nelson the latter part of the week*  Mrs. Kagotte of Kitchener Teas a  Creston vifsStor for the fall fair, and  was a guest of Mrs. -McGoRegal.  *0r6ston atuQ S^istrlct ^JVc������**-������sbbs 5a������  stltute have the October saeetisig cM  Friday afternoonvnezt, at 8 o'clock.  Aborted Dsrwiu tsslipf*. hyacinths  and daffodil bail lias. Also biennials  and perennials for fall planting, for  sale' at Cook's. Greenhouse, Creston.  Nelson Assessment District���������Continued from Page 4  N*m*"?> AC 3r������������s������n Assessed  Short Ssscrip&c-s of Property  Asreassof  Ent.and  Costs rana  5*������'*������-y-s������BS TOTAL  JJ'OR Saus���������Garaaoe Jersey heifer, just  freshened, &8Q. A. B. Pij������gofct* Wynndel.  Wasted to Kent���������A Rood toned  piano, by reliable pni&y. ft. I* Smith,  Sardar.  For Saijes���������Potatoes, Cabbage; Cnr-  snts, parsnips and Beets. -Fred Lewis,  Crastnn,  Sirs. <2reen of Cranbrook arrived on  Sunday on a visit with Mr. and ������3?s,  J. W. Hamilton.  For Saus���������McOlnry upright coal  heater, in gond condition, $10. 'Ralph  Clarke. Wynndel.  Fob Sams���������Milch cows.Reasonable  prices. A. G. Cox, Vaness Ranch  (Alice Siding). Creston.  Christ Church Indies' Guild will  have their Annual bazaar on Saturday  afternoon, December 3rd.  Due to insufficient publicity the in  take for the -Crippled Ohudrera's H������s=  pi Mil and Children's Aid Society Home  : at the Woini������n*e Institute tag day on  Fiidny was below last y*arV receipts.  aAbont 950 was realised this year. -  "HUNTER'S PAL"  *���������  i  Two styles, specially  $1.95  Simons 6s Nowell .  SlmonR Sk Novell.  Motion, Lizzie G.'  Jefferson, A. E. .���������  Ls-11243  _Tnat part ������i 5ublo& 23 5u *������>. 17, Ms*?  X59, 8480.0 acres ....-_,  29820  ..That part of sublot 24 Im Tp. 17, Map -  . X59.   656041 acres   1*37.55  38.10  fJt tat. i** M������*w������M������tf ������*������,   &.&*. -a 5.   2S&&.&  .������rtM.\mjt  25M acres  17.70  Lot 1244, Tp. SO, map SS4  ..Sublot 9, Lot 4533, Map S36 escept  Parcels A and B thereof. 577.3  acres  i. .     44935  Kingston, Mrs. A. A. ���������  Moffitt, Isaac E   I  Ouarst'uttseu  Stag nancue.  blade.   Just the knife for  the deer hunter.  Wanjoff, Mrs. Mary *..  Baskhx Se Stedman    Bassin ���������& Stednaan  ..  Baskln <& Stedman   |{   Basichi os Stedmss^.   Baskln Bs Stedmaja   McKiermaa .fest., rDan 1���������  fodd. Dr. 3. O. ....  Bithet Consolidated-Ltd.  ������ ...  Urquhart, G- W.    ^������������fi,������������������*������������������������'  1  V. MAWSON  Lot 4588, Map X34  .Bloc!:: 2 of Sublot 70.   20X1 acres    .Und.  %  interest in Sublot 70 except  - north 100 acres.   139.0 acres    ..Lot 3,' Blosls I, Map 1520  =;   ..Lot 4737 being: surface rights of "Greenwood "Pr.*' M}C   20.19 acres ...   ..Lot 47SS be&s*^ surf ace rights, oi "Greenwood" M[OS 3438 acres ..........���������  ..Lot 4783 heiag surface sightsof 'Maefe  Pot Fr." MiC.   3136 acres .^......^?..  .Lot 4790 being surface rights onVver-  namov MtQ,   2731 acres ...-.   . Lot 47S1 being surface slgixts of **ved  *     Point"  M|C.   38.75  acres  ���������.....,.......  ...Fart Lot 6306 as shown outlined in red  on a plan witH'^D. D. 15259. 24.77  Slock? 1, IbSsgi 780, Lot- 6499*' 12 J.3 acres  ..Blocks 1  to 12,   Map   1096,   Lot   7674,  126^9 acres  ���������Block B of Lot 8620.  155.05 acres _....-  Newtos^^&rs. A. E.  X7nd.  C% . interest) L  .Lot. 9014.   64.05 acres  39.00  105.00  17.00  3.00  "'���������.835;-  4^0  4.05  19.65  57;8������  76.40  36.00  1&������0  Map 10B9y Lois 9284^ 9750 onfi 9751  JOIN OUR  NEW FI0TIOK-~Over 100 new Jbooks.    $t to join ;  Ifl s>i>Tai-.e ^i. of*������r������ff������j0k -l-wM-klra  *.\r   Wuua   in/  viiuugv    wv.������w.  NOVELS���������100 Bertha M. ���������|lay, Kick Carter, Buffalo  Bili> etc,, 2������e. to joiii* XQ6. to change books. .  Sheet Mude.   ? Ma^sines;    Newspapers.     Stationery,  Adie, a. m.   Feenoy, John ..  Feeney, Bernard  Cockayne, F. TP  ..Lot 9521,  .J^ot 9761,  ..Lot 9787.  160.45 acres  .....  60.0 acres .   159JS aiaes ���������...  Sngll^s, Dr..J..M.  Leface. Nicole _.���������  GatJlt, C EL  .......  HiEsroNHue & book store  GEO. 19. ���������BJBSu&JY  tsm  sss  o  S tu   x&W  I^et the Bank save you the time  and inconvenience of special trips to  town.* Send your deposits by mail.  They will receive eareiul aud  prompt attention, and you will re*  eeive aa acknowledgment by recurm  post. ,������������������';.������������������>���������:':.������������������������'���������  Olyayk,  John ^..._-^_..^.  Glynyk,'. .Js^jjB^;- _���������.~.t-:r,^..  Fruitvale Ltd.������������������.....vi;.  FruitvsJa Ltd. . .>..���������  Fruitvale Ltd.   Fruitvale Ltd. .:...���������.^-^...  Fruitvale Ltd. .,  Fruit������*a& JbtdJ" -  Fruitvale Ltd. .  Fruitvale Ltd,<���������,..  Fruitvale Ltd. ..  Fruitvale Ltd. .,  Emitvale Ltd. .  Tp. 7 A���������Map SSS ' -   ?  "   "'- ���������        y������>-: .  ,Part Sublets 39 and 30A as shown colored plaS on sketch i^an 45941.  50.0 acres ���������^.....^....~.......���������^~���������..? ..  TTp. 9A���������Map X6S '-.���������?���������-������."'"������������������  ..Sublet 147.   3440.0 acres ... ,..._.���������....  ..Sublot 150.   i.aus acres y^....���������....^.���������..~.  ..Part Sec. 36, Tp. 9A and part Sees. 1 sad  2, Tp- 28 being surface rights of  "Mascot M'C.  Lot 1344.   34,6 acres  Map 4SS���������Let 183  -Lots 1 to 11, Block 3 except RtW running tbrouglilots 5 and 6������������������...~_...^.���������  ..Lot 7, Block 4 -L.^. ������������������..���������.-..'.P.~ ..-.,-...  32.48  798.75  12^)0  I2.Q0  Map 785B^Lot 3^6  .Block  .Block  ..Block  "*rr  .Block  .Block  .Block  .Block  .Block  .Block  .Block  104.  9.7 acres .  105.  10 JO  acres  123.  14J&2 acres  127.  10.9 acres  128.  19& acres  137.  10.0 acres  138.  10.0 acres .  139.  f 0X1 acres .  1@7.  7^65 acres"  189.  10.0 acres  199.  4 4k  M... *, ���������*������.-.���������  Mankto Lumber '& Pole Co.   Mankin Lumber de Pole Co.,-���������  Mankin Lumber <& Pole Co. ..���������...  Doeris. John. ���������.._.���������....^..?..J...  MtW^>������������WM������H'  Lot 1238, Tp. 36, Mapi S5S  .Part Sublot 5 being NEU of NW% and  NW%,?ot ms% Sec. 13 and N& of  NW-14, SE% of NW%, SW*4 of  NE������4 and S-V& of KW% of NEVi Sec.  24.   260.0 acres ...-������������������.��������� ..���������................���������  .Sublot 17.   1160.0 acres .......  .Sublot 27.  640jO acres ?_���������..,  Lot 2, Map 1506. Lot 6817.   2J& acres'....  ..^.....������.������...  <&i   Wf# aULkuAiPv,  ���������JruMin'i      i f'  i" '   " ''  ... OF..''CU-VNASStrfifc ?  CRESTON BRANCH,  ���������wnsap  Hr-yccJH  Maaatf*r.  Macrone��������� A. B.  !���������������������*���������������,������������������**������*������������������������������������������������������������*<  Mop 727���������Lot 97  .Parcel 2 of Lot E, Mop 744, Lot 619  10.0 acres '  l������������f,���������<HM*M������Ht>l**  l^to,**������*B������������^������*  SBEfi  2K5S5S5aBWBSWBP  Unsurpassed for ease of opera-*  ���������"  The outstanding  Radio  achievement of  the year.    Come in and let us arrange for  a demonstration.  s  t *  We have some good values m Used  '" Cars and Tracks, af prices  that are right  Neilson, Wm.  Barrett, F. M.  Barrett, F. M.  Bath, Albert J.  Hepher, W. Lowson ���������.  Alexander, W. EL ��������� ..  ���������������**������������������������������������������������'���������'  Lot 1836  Block 53, Map 785A.   7.02 acres  Block 92, Map 785B.   7.02 acres  ...Lot O, Map 887.   3.123 acres ........  ...Block 307, Map 785B.   10.0 acres  Block 308, StSap 785B." 10X3 acres  HTh*������������d������*������������.  33J3G  26.61  23^5  12.60  68.93  Lot 4598���������fiS^o 3K34  ... ���������*  ..Lot 2, except Parcel A, 6JV ocres of Lot  5027, Map 139& ~ ..........���������..........  , Block 3, 13.66 acres.   Block 4,1.57 acres.  Lob 8379, Map 876 ��������������������� :   ������'  \  Tp. 7A, Mop X66  Humberg, Ben. .......  Palmer, W. J, ���������  m.,m*m*itm*mmmm>*mm***0*m������mw*ts***mm**s������mm  ,m*m ^������������,nM������������������r������*M,i*>������������������* ������������������ ������  Sublot 3 except that part shown on Exp.  Plan 678BL  77.8 acres  Sublot 36.   193 oaves ...  >������,ll,������*������������W,^,,W,������������,i  Lot S919, Map 1X6*  HP������W*������������������������li****'*i  Bohmon, John ....   Ross, John S.���������-, -  Midford,  Thos.  Shinto, Richard ....  Ledoux, C. Jf. F. .  Dawson, Ada M.   !0&V/flOU< Ada M. ./,..���������....,  Oenorazco, oullelmo ...  <������  fc^#,-������������������W������������������ ���������*������!  imm*,mm*m*+*mm+*i*mmm������>**milmmmmmm*+**pmm4**mw,m  Lot 16. Block 10 ~  Lot 2, Block 11 .  Lot 12, Block 12     .Lot 3, Block 16 ������.  Lota 8 and 9, Block 19  Lot 10, Block 10 ���������  Lot 11 Block 19 ..  Lot 11, Block 36  ������24  13.75 350.35  13.75 ^8J*Q  13.75 33.69  60.70  3iKI  13.60  1.40  '..-J88  ^r  .60  ivMkWtlNVMHiMMWflMMMIkttlKMtklMill  ���������m*m*mmmm*mtrm+mmmm.������*'mm*mmm**m**+mm  i* ������* **mmm**������*m***** f******m*K* *  i ���������������������������***mm*mm*#���������*������m  \  *������m***������mmm*m*mm*p**mm***mm**  .  ������HI*,D*U������,<  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALWIEffl   ft.    MAXWELI-  SCMVICtt ON ANYTHING O^ERATCO Z~,V OA^OUMC  Kolcen,  Sam  Thompoon, Robt.  l-'ruitviilu LiuiiU;u  Fruitvale Limited ���������  ^Carlson, o. W. D   Lot 4598 Map 1S10  ...Loto 13 to 16, Block 13  p������ ������#���������*���������,������*%,*������#*������������***������������!  >������������������������������������������������������������������<,������������������  #*^������������������ ������������������������*���������'  >������<,*PI>lilr>������������*,>l>rM*,������IH*������*l������M������Mk  ������oi 1236, Map 7WB  ...B!oc!e ICO.   8.0 ������.������jra������ ���������V  Block 161.   6j0 acres  rm*f*mmy  ,AU Sublota  6 outside Troll  4698, Map 3C34 except  67.06 acres  City,  Parcel  6.45  40.38  17.25  1QM  4JS0  5.G0  88.00  12.00  9.00  12.00  14)0  COS)  .60  250  21.48  21.49  2^1  11,09  1435  465  2 SO  13.75  13.75  13.75  12.75  13.75  13.75  13.15  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  523.80  '���������'���������#  47.65  1S2J35  3145^  17JL3  19^5  105������  29J36  35.91  82.60  54^9  4.05  24.00  3.10    ~  13.75  49^5  24.09  3.10  13.75  40.85  30.00  S.S9  13.75  47^4  632  10334  1 RS  1^5  13.76 S2.73  13.75  13=75  13.75  Lot  A,  *r^mmm*f*mm*mmmm*m*m**m*m**^m<  nam  ���������124  444  330  2.03  21.63.  1.03  11.08  2.70  2.72  1X������  1JS1  7^0  2.D1  2.16  2J91  i4  .12  410  6J9  MJtt  13.75  18.75  13.76  13.75  13.78  13.76  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  12.76  12.76  12.76  12.75  12.76  12.76  12.76  12.75  13.75  13.79  13.75  915^4  2730  2730  63.06  18^7  12.75  94.08  19.70  5^5  iztt  .^39  26.80  8.53  12.75  48.08  47.46  35J88  12.75  75.49  95^*  2S.^  12.75  135.73  73.98  23^8  12.75  11031  73.98  23.58  1^75  11931  53.65  17^8  -   12.76  f-SS^S  65.46  2939?  12*78  mjos  26.17  8.14  J2L7S  47.05  32.76  10.15  12.76  153.68  74.02  23.6Qf  12.75  11037  74XJ2  *^..^j>.^  ���������. ti ������������������ m ������mm-  110JI7  173.15  ^a on  ���������nMW-  13.75  oai 12a  809.61  218.78^  13.75.  104244  44S.0O  121.10  13.73  68235  11.49  2^7  13.75  2731  5135  4330  41.00  2838  102.28  2133  7331  33.79  3357  1834  18.96  60.05  27.66  23.93  37.66  1339  1337  1635  4132  180.54  ���������,(,-;-r,."  Lot 6817, Map 1666  aicory, 2q������oX>  Doern, John  ������.���������m*t,*4mmmm*m������+*m*������������������^������-������������-**v,������������������������������������*���������������**������������������������������!-������*��������� flUO V       %&<* A M**W9       IJ^TeS  H������������>������M*<l������i������*n������*WHMIO'-*������MM*W������MM*������M������������MWlV|i      9* JLXmECP       l&CiXvS  i.*������,avi^������w,,*wr������,i  3334  1836  630  633  13.75  13.76 .  37w43  isaaaaigjaasBgsgittfa^^  ���������Oated at N'elsors. B. O.. this JUSwd day- of Aumiat,. 1027.  Provincial Collector. iSi
THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,   B.    O.
r% ��*Vt: J"-*,       S>
Forest was dismissed. The letter from-'
the Board said "it was deemed a*iJdisable to make a change."
During the rule of the former matron the hospital  room    was   -downstairs, located as far as possible from
the dormitory.    The    Wymuths^   had
other plans. They believed it was well
���for the girls to know the wages of sin.
So on?thV clreadfvalVWight thatLiicille
spent  in   hbspitalA the   girls  huddled
together*--in..' agony,Alisteniitg��� listening;
Poor Luciille. with liei" shining bartawn
girls! ^very'glrl but Rose LambVaried''
in  sympathy-,., sind  some in  shiihking
! terror. The new.������������girl Vv"ho had come-In
r��Helmi  had four  happy  hours  each j that  day !��ame  over  to  Helmi,? who
day, four-hours that slipped fey her on | iield   her   in  tier   waira  young   ai-ms
CHAPTER   VHI.���Continued
"I do pray," said. Helmi, in her Qwn
defence "but not loud, just me aud
God Know. I don't like big row ���
neither'does my God." y.
After that the matron tried giving
Helmi more than her share of Work,
but that-plan was soon abandoned.
Work melted before Helmi's clever
hands. V'Then came .isolation. I-ielmi'fe
heart was' so hard'she could not have
her meals 'with the other girls. Heimi
bore this complacently. Anything bet-
^%7a    fiiwA    ����<���*.    eiiM    vnii    to1?!!,.
a.ppr<aciat^ p^yfect t���� lira pss>-��
feet: condition that w@ snake
this offer. If you bus? Red
Rose lea In the new aluminum package and you are not
thoroughly satisfied, we hav��
authorized your grocer to
return your money on receipt
of the container* no matter
How much of th�� tea you
have used. 4T
Free Books For Bl!H>B
ter than 'having
staring., at. iier.
vt iX\jlG      lOftiuiui ;
shining, wings, when, the dining-room
table was cleared and lessons were
given by Miss de Forest, Always Miss
de .Forrest-smiled..'-when she looked at
Helmi, "and called her "dear." She
praised her neat, clear wailing, and.
gave her' a beautiful shiny-backed
note-book with green lines in it for
her own. Miss de Forest did not live
at the Home, but came each day In
her little car. her coining and going
being events in the drab lives of the
young px-isoners to whom she came
&.s an ambassadaess from a happier
To the Matron, Miss de Forest went
one day with something weighing
heavily  on     her mind.   Mrs. Wymuth
all night. Like ?a stone she was; poor
1 i tt4 o. - Esther ���, Hex* teeth chattered and
her little heart beat fwildy like aa.
hunted hare's.
com fort her.
tliea-e-    I'll  take  it.    It is  yours, and.
It is not hoa-s."
''They will kill you���they thrashed
Rose Lamb for running away ���
tUa'ushed her right before us all- It
was terrible." :
���The next night when supper, which
was always eaton In sileaace now, was
aver, tho prayers began. Mr. Wy-
aniith rea*,d the scripture, Choosing a
denunciatory psalm abounding., with
iJUR'h 'uiiiledicUoai -and woe. tie spoke
of Lucille, and drew ^moral - lesson
froan: her sad story ami her terrible
suffering. According to *&Trf Wyniiitli
motherhood    was     tho    wpuuishinent
Canada's-     National      Institute      For
Sightless Distributes Thousands
.Of Volumes Mcrnthly- t
Just twenty years ago a library for:
the unfortunate' army pat,��he sightless;
who must read with their fingers, was
established In Toronto? Now the 11b-
brary department of- the -- Canadian
National Institute for the Blind distributes 1,000 bulky volumes a month
to blind persons in al parts of Canada and in Newfoundland;   "V*, V
This  library
plied cover t^^y^r^tMe'^pt |p*^i^aJrS;
from, jgeology "to Vpoetfy." VHlStbry
biography and s_^nt^e>'virpi^p-i&re&in.
great demand, ;and *^^lpi|iu^fi'';i|e|
lleves : that thes-pghf^s^? qpn^x^iij^^-
���relatively greater quantity of this
solid fare than those, who read* with
their eyes.
afj^^iiBgj-nin.* xnsm -
Often ehec&ed witir
one application of *
Vicks. Just rub on
throat   and P chest   *"
Jet Vapor
&vat fFMfwon Jars Us��9Y&uuy
"    -     ������ ,:    .,�����.,-   r.   ���
!     Farm Prosperity
!nereis's!a Sals Of Aqi*I cultural '?n��!o-
,. .merits Reported In West-^ ���
| Jf    . Tttls Year
I An unfailing _. indication -of farm
"prosperity is the increasing > sale of
implements reported by- nearly ail
dealers in the west this year. The' demand :for haying machinery has been
especially heavy, while tho sale- of
threshers, binders, combines i^and
tractot-s has been eyie^iion&Hy large.
Canada  can claim a highly credit-   some Jfirms reporting from 100 to isOOy
which came to those who transgress-
Helmi did her besTtojed the laws of propriety  (Mass Lamb
dissenting,  though not open!y).r The
it.,.^ 4-4. *..���<.   C
Rose  Lamb  alone  w^is   calm. -,, She   girls were strongly disposed t��4 follow
sat up-'in heal and addressed the:girls.
"See here,"kids," she said, "Lucille
was a big fool, aind it serves her
right.    She didn^yaaeed;���..   .--,._..., P.'..y -. ,-���-
The gals hushed their sobs and listened fascinated. Helmi covered her
ears. Something inherently modest
.and clean in her young heart protested.    She did aiot want to hear.
The Girls' Friendly. Home had been
built by Christian people.    The men
a who sat on the Board Svere convinced
wa$  in her "Retreat."  and looked up j that  thcy >vere  dolng a  noole thing.
duesLioninsly when the teacher enter- j Faithful women.^ewed and "baked and
ed. -
[sold   tickets  to maintain it
"Mrs.  ^Tyrant's,   this  system   *js   all ��� 0 God! What'cruel things are same-
wrong/* began Miss de Forest, impul- i times done in: the name of Thy Com-
sively.     "This   young   Finn   girl   who ; passionate?Son I - v'.
has just come in is as sweet and in-| It ^as OVei- Minnie ihat Helmi had
nocent as a rose, but she has to asso- j her first QUarrel with Mrs. Wymuth.
ciate with all classes here. Rose ] Mimiie.s llome was in ��� the"' country,
Lamb has just come back from a ter- Uvhere'tlie-'crops had failed, and ;Min-
rible debauch, and she is full of the
glory off her adventures���she knows
every dive in the city. Lucille's baby
as about d.ue. Minnie is in the same
condition;- and the others are learning
fast any. wickedness the*y ydid not
knowV Many of these girls are mentally deficient. Certainly this is no
place-for a bright, lovely young girl
like Helmi. I always have thought it
poor system, butVsixace Helmi came it
seems  positively  devilish.".
Mrs. Wymuth's lips were thin as
she replied.: "We have nothing to do
with, the system, Miss de Forest: that
has been carefully thought out. by the
Board. You forget that under the softening in fluence of Divine grace, the
hardest ^hearts anay melt. Rose Lamb
has had���'������! a wondsrful. conversion
since she was bf*6ught backhand is a
bettei* girl this moment than Helani
with her proud and stubborn will.
Rose, is a brand plucked from the
burning;   Helmi is" still a sijaner."
Miss de Forest protested stqrmily.
At  the  end  of  the month  Miss  de
Mrs. Dayman Gives Lydia
E. Pinkhatn*s Vegetable
Compound the Credit
Colbornc, Ontario.���"When I was..
iir.st married I was very thin and
weak. The doctor
said I waa weak
and would never
lie able .to have a
child, but I dad,
and irpm the tamo
my b ah y c aa. m o
I Huircreil all tho
time and doctorcjd.
and took medicine. Life beeamo
a burden, and doctors said an operation  could   hc.li>
no, but my husband waa opposed to
that. 1 had .seeai LyUia K. Piaikhum':*
inedaHiio advertiaed, so I told my hu��-
l.'ari.J that I thuuKht I would try it,
t!ir:t I mii'lit p,v>t (iomo relief. I
land nut t:il:ir*n ono bottle when I
could Jeol at jielpini* ano. i togk
live hottlcn .'anrl had bettor houlth.
Ivnv I have threes parls and (ihoy and
h.'ivn done my work up to conilno-
t-a"lit,, I jam Jiow ait l,hw ClumKe of
I ,if<^ imrTowe my #oorl heailLh U) l^ydla
1-1. I "ink ham *n V'<"^ettibl^ Corraponndi I
l.-i'c.-e |..,tljV; wlu,;ia J think t aaccd it."
Mi'M. Su.'-'an Dayman', It. It. No, G,
L'"llx'a*ri��*, f>ntiu'i'��.
��',,t,i a --
Jf ft-l ���*
'***  fc#CJC�� *"���'  *"'
iaie had.- cotaie tor the city to find "work.
There had been no harvest" to cut.
so it seemed best for Mln,nie���tp^come
away. Only sixteen, innocent and
"trustrhg. Minnie had ? come ^to-ythe
great city. She wa^tedVfeOney;:?^to Vget
shoes for the little ones at lioine; and
Tct her mother- too. : Minnie^s love
for her another -\Vas ^veiry deep and.
beautiful. Her mother had?! been so
brave and sweet through all tlielr bad
years. .  ������.���-'.. ?-^vy- c <-
Minnie had worked* iii the home ot.
a prospector, a man; who, had  found
gold in the north���gold runuiiag in the
sands of a river���^and" he 'had. traced
it back until he  found the?; deposits.
He would be* the rlqhe^t maU-in the
.world  some  day.    Hia  wife ^ent to
the   coast   for  the   winter,.���",.."He   told,
me," sobbed Mlniile, "that he would
stake  a claim  for me,  and. I would
have thousands  of  dollars, ,and that
I could do what I liked with it.' i coiiid
pay  off  the ^ mortgage   and* give  my
mother a trip.   But only on condition
tliat I  wouldn't tell,  juid  so I didn't
tell anyone.    The other matron, Mrs.
Avery, was lovely to me. and told mo
if the time over came when I wanted
to tell she would stand by mo.;   She
explained to me    how    foolish    and
wicked I had been, but she knew it
was lovo of my   mother   "ahd#a.ll   of
thorn at  home/ Oh,   wo  would  havo
been all rip-lit if she"had�� sttvyeii."    '.'  ..
"Site helped mo to write a Iqtter to
niy mother, and wrote herself so nice,
too.    It made mo cry. That was just
bo foro they told hor to go. I haWher
address���sho gave it tojatl of us. Mrs.
VVymuah made mo burn my card., but
I know it,    anyway���slflr   can't   take
that, from mo.  t Sho rends all tho loiters wo waito, and aill tho letters that
come.    Mra.  Avory  nevor  did   .that
Hut Mrs. Wymuth made mo toll���she
pi-rayed It out of mo.    Ono Might I got
excited, aaad  said his nauiio. and. now
even if ho finds tlao gold iio'll bo mad
at ine  JianJ never give aue u coat."-
Holiili patted tho poor felrl's" lioav-
Iub Hhouldor.s. ,:._y ,it
"Hut that's not tlao worat���-I haven't
gul. any ui other'a hator, an ad I bolievo
there ,ls ono from her. I atslcoct-Mva.
Wymuth, and nho Hnld I would go.t It
wlitfia I was a bettor -glvl aiul stopped
oi-yiiiB. I said I couldn't utop, ami. Uu-bl
s-.hc nahl J wiih naiic-v and sho would
punish mo for- thai fundi wild a lot-
I.er frona aaiy molhoa* woaah!. tin mo
,nioi-f> .'rood Hum anything.-Sho Raid I
would got my loiter whon t^ho (taw Jit
to >��;h'r' It tn nao ranrl not hoforo. I wiah
I could din���I hope I Will alio whun
my atiiu-  I'liiiuifi.'1
"JSTo.   aao,"   mild.   IIolw.l,   "don't   dl��>,
Miiiul.)  I'll got   voui*  h.t.li-.r    If    it    tn
Miss Lamb's theory that It was not
sin, but iaanpeence, that had been-Lu-
cilte's undoing. ���
Then came the avalanche of
prayers, led. most noisily of all by
Miss Lamb. Some of the other.girls
followed, and Mrs, Wymuth as usual
closed the meeting. She had a, way of
tattling on all the girls, telling God
everything she had noticed all day
that was in any way unpleasant; "And
oh, deai-, gracious God, we ask Thee
to forgive Mary, who came to the table tonight with filthy hands. Teach
her that clean hands are pleasing in
Thy holy sight. And soften Heidi's
hard heart, dear Lord, we pray. Oh.
bring down conviction like a rain of
fire, so that her poor sin-stained souL
may not be eternally lost and* cast
away to burn forever and ever. Teach
Minnie-to know that authority, must
be respected."
Mrs. Wymuth's eyes" were devoutly
closed as she say^d back and forward to her own intoning. Her volet*
whimpered* and wailed and rasped
like; a'rusty hihgeV y ?' V V;';y "-���;?-''?
' VV (To" Be Continued,) V      PP }
first njatiSn to grant?X^e, transportation through the malls to embossed
literature. This step was. accomplished in 190S by Sir William Mulock,
now Chief iJustioe of * Ontario; f > y ���- >
! Its vast; impprtance^ .iCia.ii/.. orlly be.
coniprehended. when,, the -weight and
bulk of an embossed book is "considered. It reauires thirty-nine Braille
volumes to accomanoda!te**xlie, Bible.
An ordinary Bible can be purchased
for 25 cents;r^e\"_pi>icd> Of .4iae?yBraiiie
Bible is $2i. 6ibboas' ""I^ecliaiie and.
Fall" requires nearly twelve, feet of
shelf -space and is so popular-it-is
never! oh the shelves.'There- is; no
library ^fe.eif.for,,,the,;blj^
no matter where lib lives in the Do-y
minion^ thfi��^ooksffc��|*?^^
free of charge,
w\ *>�������    o A -t\ +
��T*tSM.        WML,
these': implements.
Worms in children, if they be i*ot-
attended to, cause convulsions, and
often death. Mother Graves' Worm;
Exterminator will, protect thev children from, these distressing '". afflictions.
Alberta's Coal Wealth
Greater Than All Known Deposits In
the British Empire
Alberta's potential coal wealth is
greater than all the^knowu coal de-"
posits in the rest of the British .Empire put together/according to Sir
Thomas Holland, chairman of the
Empire Mining and Metallurgical
Council. "If the present endeavors
to change coal into a fluid fuel, capable of displacing petroleum and all its
products, are successful, Canada will
take the place of the United States
as the world's provider of liquid
fuel," ho further stated.     '
SS.    si      -""      ���  ���  ^.     J
English    Police    Ordered    To  .Punish
Motorists   Making  Unnecessary
Vf- Noise
Aetiye  warfare i against drivers   oi
motor ears throughout the country -who
make more noise than is necessary in
the driving of their cars has been instituted  by the* police under  explicit
ordersVfrom tl^^*h"bi[|^��^^e.%||%|^j|y
:yA lfttle overfa^y^iip.j!t^o ^e^.Jaom^'
'secretary, Sir "William *Jdynson-^Hficksr
issued?*'  a " warning    against-     mOt&rl
drivers .who failed, -,-t;o.,.use^filenpe*fs,,.'l1n
connection_with. the .running of their
cars, and since    then    nearly    6,0C0
larosecutiohs' have^^ Keih -mSde in the"
metropolitan    police    district     alone.
The    Improvement    ro suiting.'therefrom, however, is deemed insufficient
by the home ..office^-iaynd .^o^tJie..^ax^.-;
fare is to be V proseeuteci "with   'still
greater vigor]������n<>ti:only in' the^ vcioitb-'
���politan   district,- but  in   the vcountry
generally. y    , ..
Simply Because It Enriclies and
V Builds Up the Blood
In ho trouble is delay or neglect
more'dangerous ihan in ^anaemia,
-which means poverty of the* blood. It
is veary common in young girls and in
persons, who are c^erwoi'ked or confined;.within doors. It makes its approach in so stealthy a manner that
it is often well developed before its ���
presence, is recognized. But taken in
and purifies    the    blood    thats good-
���heidth and str^gthy;so'OU^pin.es "*toj:.they:| j*
?ft?rmer weala^sanaemi^BuS&lr^ziiThi^^
tbiile is  Da* VWiUiaimMy  ^ittil^?tPili��,W
v/hich for years,ha.-v'e been the most
have   credit    for   restoring   to    good
health"' thousands   and , thousands of
people who fhave suffered- from, some v.
Of" the many   ailments     that f coine *
through weak,? watery blood*.
The correction of .anaemic condi- s
tions -by Dr. "Williams* Pink fpiils is
as certain as' anything 'Oan >be.? As
proof of this Misa Margare?t A. Smith, ?.
I Burgny.ne, Ont., 'says:���"After' having
a severe attack of jaundice I was left
in ^ very^^esj^audsi^^^ftwn^ cpndl-
tioii. ' f"il^"^s.^_3l^eff-l#d..^ ���
would ftbss':-'1ahcP tairh:t^or ffours atVa
tune. ���-'. %-a finally > decided ' to   try   Dr.
Williams' Pink* iPills, and soon began
'tb feel* better^- aha*; -after ^-tialcijig a?j-few-; ^-:
moire boxesVof the pills X,felt,as strong?,
as  ever,  and  could) thoroughly enjoy
My-rest- g.t ? -night^:^ '^l^pw^W^mk^itysAA^
recommend these, pills'" to' any friends
whOi-may? be*, ailing." ' f   ^,^ ^ ��� -,.v ^^ p0
%,Better,?sleex>, y'steady ?fj&esrvesf^''ttxp.-
proved appetite, increased  vigor���all
these can? be yours by talcing Dr. Wiii-
Hams'fPlhk Pills. Begin them today.
Sold,.by all medicine dealers,,or by
mail post paid at ^50 cents a box from
The    Dr.    Williams'    Medicine*   Co.,
Minard's   Liniment for  Toothache.
There aro several countries in
which ji census never 1ms been taken.
They are: Persia, Afghanistan, the
Indo-Chinese peninsula, half of Africa? party of .South America, and
most of China.
It Has Many Qualities,^���The man
who possesses a bottle of Dr. Thomas'
Eclectiic Oil is armed against many
ills. If will relieve a cough, break a
cold, prevent sore throat; it will reduce tho aw oiling from a sprain, relieve the most f per sis tent sores and
will speedily Heat cujta and5 contusions.
It is a medicine chest in itself.
B :������
On Face. Looked Awful
Cuticura Healeil
��*�������������! ,0mn��*mimtm
"My face broke out with pimples
and aore eruptions. < They did not
trouble a*ne much until about six
mo��tha ugo" when ouddecily they
became large und red, and I dould
not Bleep at ailght (or the terrible
itching und burning. I could not
go tmt; Tray faw.w-?. nv/fwl.
"My mother read on advertisement for Cuticura Soap and Ointment
and I went for a free sample/ I pur-
chamed more, and wlien. I hod used
three cakeu of Soap and three boxes
of Ointment I was healed/* (Signed)
Bat-.ll Lee, GOGammatfeSl., London,
Ont., Sept. 1, 1926.
Cutlaarn 8o��p, Oinament and Tal-
ctam are ideal <or dally toilet tinea. I
Itnpot:   "SUnliaoM. Ltd.. MamltulA,"   I'rloa, lli>��i>
&. <>lntnn.��nt,SU> mid (Oa. T*laum W<*.
Cuticura :��b*vi<���� , 6l����.W Xft��.
I-Iis- secret is with the righteous. ���
Provy ill. 32.
Ah! If our souls but poiso and swing
IJke thp compass irt Its brft^eiivrliaefrr''
Evoivtevol and eveir "trUo,,; "y aa.}.  '^\:r.
To the toll and tho ta^lc w,o hdve>tb
do,? psi y lis ��� .p"'P .}"'(-\
Wo shall    aall   securely   and    safely
Tho Fortunate Isles.
^���Ileairy Wadswo'rth Long follow.
Tho deslro to do right, the will to
do right ni'o not of oursolvoa, but of
the Lord. IFo staiids rericj.y to' glvo all
thesq.;.; in their fulness, to all who will
rocolVo tlioiai.-r-Thciddoro Pursciii'H'i ��� ���:.'
*;; Judge���"Madam, have you anything
to say?"   ���
fj^risbaser's Husband (excitedly) ���-
"5Tow you've done; it."
?y;A^aigrea,t i'eman.'is'^^idpm ''|&ken%tiyhi s
1*U6? value- butt lotsfof others?'will?sell
put. fbr .-more than they are worth.
Does Weakness Detract
,.',.'. From,' Ybur"'Qcwi>d"'LbbIiw,?^
Brains and Intelligence
Quiairty That Counts audi Small Brain
No Handicap
Tlioro is no ovldonco that tho slzo
of the brain has anything to do with
IntoMlgen'c.n, Mon aro lnrijor than wq-
man':' thorofbro -thoy havo iiirgoi* but
not necessarily bettor brains, TurKon-,
leff, tho Haa.'afiliua novollfit. had ari'ojc^
ccptlbnally largo brain, only exceeded
by two others; ono of tho othorn w.afi
na\ itnbodllo. Next In woight caarao a
laborer and fa. bricklayer. Tho largoat
womau'H liriilu rocordod wolglaod l,-
712" gvaaaiH; she was Innan^, nnd, dlod
of cbiimimpi\lbja. A lunall hrala*i In np
naorb of a handicap than a flniullt'oot
n. j��ri  <au.i.'��L^   It
��� hi.     t��OU**t.i..
Mlnard'a  Liniment, *or L,umb*aoia.
-���rhoto  lay   MIcUlothwalto
Mrs. Thomas Chapman of 3 Bcvmorflot
Place, Toronto, Ont., whoso picture r\n- i
wcat-fl hoao, said: "Dr. -PioroiVs Favhritb
Preacription was very helpful to mo and I
Iciiowit to bol'li'?: .yqry'..begt;;jmedicino a
v.*oman caai take, when tarvvourr and, nm-
dpwn.I had a-break-down���any taorvoa
were no aapaot T coultl not sloop. I uIhc��
Buffered (rom nervous indiROHtaoaa, hub
after taking Dr. Piorco's Favorite Prta-
Bcription J, rlatl aiob suffer with indipjosiJon
jaiul I tioultl uot.a natural niKlit'ti i-omI'.,
wliich I could nob do before. Xsfo woauan
. cuia ian__)rceantc. what ft wonderful waocla-
ciaao the 'Faivorito Preuoaraption' is until
she uavoa it a triail.f'
All  Jwn.Binlii   'Pnlilol.i or lioaivl
* Write Dr. Pierce, I'haa. Invalids' Hotul
Buffado, N. Y��� for free advuio.
vft. 'I'-Elii  >*  ..-���������������<- - m**  smxu v sLsj ���������������*  Local and Personal  ��������� .��������� --^_l���������, ,._,,,-1 _      i   -1 I,-      ������������������ - ��������� ���������-   Fall and winter samples from Tap  Top-T������lsors are J^ast Id- "Any suit or  overcoat $27.    Vic Mawson������  Due to a shortage of space this week  the September report of Qvsston  school   is. held  over until next issue.,  Magistrate juHilnndaSrie handed out  a floe of $25> and costs afc������ a Wynndel  resident on Tuesday for allowing a  bull torus ������t large.  to attend  the district conventiqn at  Kaslo in November.  The ingathering of revenues at the  Oreston office of the provincial polietT  far SspteRibss;-was ?ln ihd {neighborhood of {$325, oif which amount hunting licenses accounted, for about $200.  John   Murrell .left ^t the first of the  week to attend the Alberta Technical  Except Fruit Fall  air Display Good  r*., ������  acuuui  iu  ���������J"'B0l jr ,  .**iAa*  eij  was  cqesi-  jiuaior  ������ ������i  AUXtl-  pelled to close earlyin', September due  the breakout of infaa&iie parniysis in  that city. '  The Klien Uoyk wins  aary of the Presb^terjao. jOhurch. meet  on' Saturday afternaiori," 8th, at 3  o'clock, at ihe home of Mars. Henderson, j ������������������--*-.,'��������� -  Creston   Valley enjoyed a net gain  of   six  in   population   for September  -with  six  births, no  deathe, and   one  mayiuge.   Of tbe newcomers'six were  {girls.  Creston Pr^sbytorism Church, Sun?  day, October Qth: OonssnsinieD service  at 11.30 a.m., and at 7.30 p.m.,- Rpv.  Di. Daly wail deiiver bis furewelj  address.  At the October meeting of Oreston  and Distract Women's Institute on  Fs-idsiy, 14th, a delegate wall be named  Klf&foetaGP  F. C Wasser of Victoria*, a depart*  ment of tigticultaire official, was* a  Kitchener visitor, Friday.  Mr. and Mrs. - P. - Foaseyt, and   Cliff  and Marion, were weekend visitors <&t  J Kitchener ton  their return from Spokane to .Lumberton. -  IS SAL  \ ' .   ���������;.  -PUBLIC AUCTION  ox  To be sold by public auction under the  provisions of the Customs Act at-.Customs  Warehouse Canadian Pa<d������o Railway freight  sheds on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18th,1927  at 2 p.m. the following goods which have been  forfeited or wWch are iu default for payment  sf duties "asder the Customs laws:   ^i*.  Lot :'" ���������'���������'���������'���������'' '"-";"--:-  1 3 pieces Steam chest anB parts  2 2 crates Marble  3 3 pa. Stove castings  4 3 pieces Cable and Blocks  5 1 case Hardware  6 4 boxes Mechanic Tools  7 7 parts Galvanized Iron-ware   ^  21 bundles Galvanized Buckets'  8 1 box Tools ���������  2 cartons Sickles .  S Crate Wood Handles  i cartone Hose Sprinklers   .  .���������-.=-.������  lease Fishing Tackle  10 i box Manufacturing leather  11 34 packages Hardware  12 1    . " -     Hardware  13 18 bundles Galvanized Iron Pails .  12      "        Shovels  3 "        Coal Scoops  3      ���������*'        Graalp Scoops  .   14   1 case Manufacturing Brass  15 4 crates Sad Irons  1      "       HotPlates  1 ,?-."        Hot Plates  16 20 cases Hardware  17 14      *'      Hard-ware  18 18 boxes and bundles Hardware  -    19   5 cases Fishing Tackle  20* 3    "    Hardware  21 4 cartons Iron Chain  22 1 box Hardware  1 "   Harness Chain  23 3 crates Mechanic Tools  2 boxes Mitre Saws  24 8 cases Loaded Shells.  2 boxes Flash Lights  25 4    "    Vices  1 "    Mechanic Tools  2 "    Wrenches  3 "    Chain W-wwachen  1 case Fishing Tackle  Mr. and Mrs. Jock McRobb - of Canyon were callers at Kitchener, cm Sat*  urday.  Mr. and Mv&. ���������J|������as. Foteauuia of  Burke, Idaho, were Kitchener visitors  on Tiaes-day, Mr. Foreman making tan  inspection of the Leadville mine the  follow ing day.  W. Brawnier of Yahk was here  Thursday getting seats out of Kitchener school fur the new room that has  been opened at- Yahk due to an increased atten dan ce at that poa n t.  ^J. 3B.   Wiailaw, -the     well    known  Wynndel lumberman, was  a  business  vlbitor Thursday.  ... ....������^- ���������.      ;. ���������  H.  X.aldla.w, * an   inspector   for. the  Liquor Control Botfa-d, was here oa an  official visit on Friday.       y  Root, Jenks, school teacher at  Natal, was renewing acquaintances  here on Friday. He formerly taught  at Lister. " V  Ma*, and Mi-s. Bridges, Mass Mary  Bush of Oresfcmi. and Alex. Minnie of  Cranbrook, wefe'Kitchener callers oh  Monday last,  Karl Boa^e, Luthers.nTninaster. Nelson, held service at Kitchener -on  Monday. ... !  ~  Joe. Layergne spent the weekend in  Cranbrook.        ���������? :     .?  .Mrs. Algofc Johnson of Moyie" was a  visitor with Mrs. B. Johnson on   Mon-j  day.    She  was  motored  to Moyie oaa |  uesday  in  compkny   with   Mr.  rs. B. Johnson.       ,     ' '  Sheep and Goats  * Toggenburgs-^Doe, Pa Ebbutt. Kid  O Blaia-, P-q Ebbutt. .Kid under one  year, O .Blair, P G Ehbaatt. ' Lilac  Tommy doe kid, ��������� Blair,  Roots and "Vegetable*  Potatoes���������J'Sherrington, Mrs R S  ctOT-uau  ���������t^uajjatiwi r  Turnips���������T Goodwin, S Moon.  "'   Carrots���������F   J    Klaugenstxaith,   L   T  jLeveque.  ' Parsnips���������R.S Smith, Mrs Manuel.  JBeets���������S Moon. <"*_, Cartwright.  Corn���������E*JKlingensmith. A Comfort.  osPuiupkin���������A Comfort, L T Leveque.  Squash���������G Cartwright^ V J Klingen-  suiith*.  Marrow���������E Mallandaine,E-Pridham.  Watermelon���������L T Leveque, lst-2nd.  Mu8kof������ei*in���������u I? Leveqase,   lsL-3nd.  Cabbage���������S Moon. 1st and 2nd.  Mangolds-r-F J  Klingensmith,   K S  ^i*T*Sff,������l  Five"plates vegetables, Maron'-Moon.  Bunch display���������SMoon,GCartwiight  Plants and Flowers ~  Perai���������Mrs   P   H.   Jackson,    Mrs   M   ���������=������������������'  Young.  Geranium���������Mrs Jackson, lst-2nd.'  Begonia���������Mrs Yoamg, Mrs Moon.  Roses���������Mrs Moon 2nd.  ' Ahy other variety of plant���������Mrs W  K Brown, Mrs Young.      y  Bah.ias-���������Mrs��������� G    Cairtwra^ht,   L...T.  Leveque..:.-, ,,U;  Sweet peas��������� Mrs Moon. :;  Asters^-Mrs EdniQndsoh. :        ���������������������������������������������'���������''"'"  Snapdragon���������Mrs Edmondson.   ������������������. *  Gladioli ���������L TLeveqaieiMa-sf*- Staples  Zinnias-���������Mans Edmondson..  _Collectissn   hotase  plants���������Mrs Jack  son. Mrs Young.  Cut flowei"^-?-M������8 g Cartwright, Mrs  B5 Staples,:Mrs MooQiS:.  Collection fancy work���������MrsBenanger ]  Apron���������Mrs Cartwright, 1st ar������d 2nd <  Dress���������Mrs Young, Mars Cart-wright.  Child's dress���������Mrs Young.  Sox���������Mrs Cameron lut and 2nd.  Handkei-ehii^f���������UoVothy Shaath.  : -Etmbroidery���������Letty-  Couling, 'Jean  McCreath.       * V^     V  Embroidery, cblot-���������Dorothy Suiaith.  Crochet���������Letty Couling.  Enibroidery"factory cotton aprohr--  Letty Couling 1st and 2nd.:  Amateur photography���������Mrs Moore,  L Littleiohn. '   :.  Cooking  Bread: Royai Househoiiif-Mrs Byrnes, Mrs Cartwright. Five Buses���������Mrs  J E Ha-yden, Mp R S Smith.      Purit*r  ���������Mis  Haydeitr; "Miss- S Arvov*smith.  Maple   Leaf���������Mrs   Geodwin.      Robin  Hood���������Mrs^.Byrne. -  Cake and biscuits���������Mrs Young.   -  Angel cake���������Mrs Conafort.  Devil  cake���������Mrs G Young, Mrs M  Young.  Cookies���������Mra* Boyd,Mrs Cartwright.  Snaps���������Ma*s Webstea*, Mrs Beningei*.  Pies:   Apple���������Mrs  R S Smith, Mrs  P H Jackson.   Lvnaon���������Mrs Benitiger,  Mrs   Cartwright.      Pumpkin���������Mrs T.  Goodwin, Mrs A Comfort.  Ijs������yer cake���������Mrs Pridham, Mrs R S  Smith.  Doughnuts��������� Mrs   Natborst,     Mrs  ,?. The school children had a half holiday-on   Friday to enable  those  who  wished to attend the Creston fall fair.  Principal Smith was as. keess observer ^  of the school sports.  Fred Payjje of Creston as back again  on the car'repair staff, in the absence  of Mi-. Dgbley. y  Jas������. Wils&s ������f the " Grey Royal  Granite' quarries was, at Ci-esavaTt on  Saturday attending the' meftaaig for  tlie oi^anizataon of a branch of the  Ca'nadian Legion..''  ������ M������tr74ind Mrs. H. Dibley.. left - this  week on their annual vacation, part of  which will be spent with friends at  Swift Current, Sask.  Mrs. R. C. Proctor and children, and  Miss Lily Wilson went to Cranbrook  on Monday, where they are visiting at  the home of the former's'parents, Mr.  and Mrs- Goodman.  Mrs. E. J. Brawn was a visitor with  Kimberley friends at the weekend.  Fr. Cullinan of Cranbrook was here  on   Saturday,   when   he held Roman  ^eningtr. -  Bread: Brown���������Mrs R S Smith, Mrs  Payne. Ginger���������Mrs Beningei-, Mrs  M Young.  Cake and pan of biscuits���������Mrs Boyd  Mrs WebsU*i%  " Cream  puffs���������Mrs ^Comfort, Ma-s  O  H Davadge.  Currant- cake ��������� Mrs Payne, Mrs  Young.  .Shortbread-���������Mrs Byrne 1st and 2nd.  MuSSns���������Mrs & Young.  .Taai'ts, puff pastry ��������� Mas RS Smith,  Mrs F B? Jackson.  Collection������������������- cooking ��������� pdrs G- Cartwright^ Presbyterian Ladies* Aid.   "Jv  house, going on to Creston at noon.  '.,. Sirdar was quite well represented at  Creston at the fall fair on Friday  afternoon, amongst those gfoLu-g up  being, Mesdames, Martin, Heap and  Brawn, Principal and Mrs. Smith, Mr.  and Mra. .Loasby .and their- guest Mrs.  McCtenaban. ���������',.-  : Supt. Flett of ^Cranbrook . was here  baa "An official- visit on Saturday. On  Sunday the R������*ivf tiraie card went into  effect, and it does away with Duck  Creek, which is-now known sts Wyn=  ndel, and the Wynndel siding has  been re-named Loasby.  NOW ENJOYS EATING,  THANKS HIS WIFE  serviettes-rT  Need leworh  Crochet teacloth  and  QfoetkofF, Mrs Joyce.  Badspf ������*ad -r��������� M iss L" 3 ohnswa,   Mrs  Beningea%'| . ,fV ������������������?..-  Crochet*���������Mrs Tdtuoaad^on 2nd.  Buffet set���������-Mrs Joycev-Ma-s Boyd.  Tray���������Mi's Joyce, Mri������ Beiiiltlgesv  RunneV���������-Mrs Benin?  Mrs, Joyce.  aa  LTi  JM  Pillow cases crtichet trii*������hedr���������Mrs  o-nd .....  Pilbaw  28  27  28  29  30  81  1  8  1  2  6  32 13  S3 1  Si 1  35 3  30   1  ������������  <������  Iron Hinges  Vices     .  Sadirons  Electric Appliances  Mechanic Tools  Eleotrlc Equipment  lEnauielwaro ,  Mochanlc Tools  Wrenches  Torches  Hardware  10 bundles Shovels  37 1 case Stamped Brass  38 31 bundles Tool Steel  39 1 case Hardware  3   "   "Lock Set*  40 1   "    Outlery  41 3 bales Twine  93 22 cases Cartridges  43 8 boxes Tools .'  44 1    "���������     Hardwares       >  45 ' 1 case Manufacturing Brass  43 27 packages Pails, Etc  47   2 cubcb Glaaswaro and Silverware  43   1 bundle StOvo Costings  40 13 cases Enamolwaro  eo  ftl  sa  A3  54  55  W  57  58  n  Steel Hlngos, Btc.  Mechanic Tools  Hardware  Sprin  Modi<  Saws  raw  Sprinff HinKOH  Modiolno Cabinet  4  1  2  2  1  1  7    paokapres Baseball Equipment  5 oartonn?H!aidwaro  .     4 oosoEilFishingr Tooklo  50 10 packages Various Hardware  60 20       '���������       Hardware  01 3 cartons Electric Stoves  02 1       '*       Blower Pipes  4 bundles Vcodliac and Water S"*ipos  5 oartons ltotary Blower Pipes  0 '"*       Portable Cornos  4    ��������� ������������������       M. a Post DrUla  1 '���������       Power Drills'  7 boxes Cream Sorarators  1 ���������*     Separator Pau*ta  8 "     Troyoi-o. Irons  2 "     Troyord Irons  2 enrtons Coal and Gas Ranges  2   *'     ltanao Oloaeta  03 1 chbo Ironware  04 34 cratos Wire ���������  05 1 ciuaft Glass and Nlolclo Plated Ware  flft   '  07  Robt. Hunt of Victoria was* a visitor  here last week with Mr. and Mrs. O.  Hunt.  Miss Hazel Hobden, teacher at. Kitchener school, was at her home at  Huscroft for the weekend.   .  Kitchener -visitors to Creston for  the fall fair on FrWlay were Mr. and  Mrs. B. Johnson, Mat's E. Andeen,  Mrs. E. Driffil, Mr. and Mrs. Blair,  Mrs. Lidbloom, Misset E'.sie and Edith  Nelson, Celina L.angloi9.  Miss,Hobden, principal of 'Kitchener  school has issued the'.September report ' as follows: Highest stahdirag.  Grade 8���������Dennis Bush, Wesley Blair.  Grade 7���������Edith Nelson. Richard Mo  lander. Grade 6���������rVivian Lnngaou>,  Elsie Nelson. Ga'aileo���������Nettie Andao-  tsnf, Elmer Li'ndbloom. Grade 4���������  Celina .Langlois. .Myrtle Anderson.  Grade 3���������Laura Androsoff, Curt -Anderson. Graiade '2-���������Jack Langlois,  Leomuad Bohan, Grade ���������lr���������Robert  Johnson, Alta Blair.  Perfect Atteia dance���������Ourt Anderson, Selmer Anderson, Wesley Blair,  Witlaird Blair, Dennis Bush, Robett  Johnbon, Viviian Langlois. Elmer  Lindbloona, Richard Molander, Edith  Nelson, Henry Nelson.'  cases : , embroidered-���������Mrs  Joyce, MrsyCartw-rightiVf V', }%P  Sea rf���������-mt's Ed anpndson, Mrs Joyce  Ti>wel- embroidered���������-^Mrs Walters.  CehtrepiecT?���������Mt^ J-byce, Ma-sWaltera  Centrepiece color-;-Jean   McCreath.  Sofa cushioW���������Miss E Arrowsmith,  ^rs Benin ger.  Baby jacket-���������Mrs Moore 2nd.  Nightdress���������Mrs'-Jbyce 2nd.  Canned Goods  Jam���������Mrs McAlpine, Mrs Young.  Jelly���������Mrs M^.'^rsdaine, Mis Young.  Collection���������Mrs Smith. Mrs Payne.  Collection vegetables���������Mrs* Payne.  Pickles���������Mas Payne, Mrs Smith.   ���������   -.  Ketchanp-r-Mrs Young.  Pickles:     Mustard ��������� Mrs     Brown.  Clear���������Mrs Young, Mrs Payne. Mixed  ���������Ma-s Bi-RWh.    Onions���������-Mrs Payne.  Marmalade:     Granger-Mrs   Payhe,  Mrs Smith.      A*0y other���������Mrs Smith,  | Mrs Yoiing.    Assi^rted^���������Mrs Payne.  Pears-^-MrsMailandainejMrsBi'OWt!. j  Peas-^���������Mrs Payne.  Beains���������Mrs* Payne.  Oorn-^-M ������*s. Pay ne..?  Extracted honey���������Mrs F H Jackson,  >'��������� A",-  ���������*Fc-v years I suffered with' stomach  trouble. Then, my - wife got me to  takf* Adlerika. -.Today 1 feel Sue asd  ea t w hat I like,"���������Wm. Opp.  Adlerika rwlaeaa* stomach gas and  sourness in TEN tusnuteg. Acting on  BOTH, hppter and' lower bowel, it removes old waste matter y.ow never  thought was in' your system. . Let  Adlerika give your'- stomach and  bowel? a HEAL ciesinsing and see how  snuch better ��������� you. will feel. It will  surprise you! C^^eston. Drug & Book  Store.  day last when they so far excelled as  to win the salverycisp g;ven to the  school making the-most points in the  various athletic events.  _, Mrs. Clack of "Winriipeg,. Man,  spent a few diays last week with Mr.  and Mrs. Halstead. She was on her  way���������home frona a holiday visit at the  coast.  W. H. McQueen, who as at present  employed at Libbyi Montana, as spending the week at his ranch at Canyon^  Canyon haul a double shift of church  services   tan   Sunday.    Bev.   Mr.   Hel-  quist being here for  Norweigun ser  vice, and Rev. S. Newby hud  Church  of England worship. ,  Butter and Eggs  Buttery   Priats-���������Mrs <** Ccirtwrig^t,  Mrs Albert Johnson.      Rolls���������Mrs J  Webster, Mrs Albert J on nson. '--���������������  \. Eggs: White���������P a Ebbutt, Huluie&  Son.      Brown���������Hulme   &   Son,   P  G  Ebbutt. *  Schoolchildren  School   dista-icts*   display-���������Creston,  Lister, Wynndel.  Chiclcena���������Ge<iHulnae,IrenePridham  Calf���������Hariy Webster.  .Cake and cookies���������-Aileen Klingensmith.  Cake und cookies, boys���������-Maron  Moon, Charlie Klingensmith.  Collection cooking���������Mary Goodvvin,  Dorothy Moon.  Wild fllowers, collection���������Dorothy  Moon, Andrew Miller.  Noscions weeds, collection���������Winni-'  fred Moon, George Hulme.  Basketry: Pine needle���������Herb Couling, Lloyd McLaren. Rope and raffia  ���������Jack Johnson, Harold McLaren.  Reed and raflfla���������Frank Morrow, Bert  Morrow. ���������        ,  ���������VlTi-'-J-  Ha?e ������������ur Feet  ' :*T*'L ���������:1jPCjL L.*.������P������Pm\  .;;; WallfSlsdd,  b^- wearing  rays  New Styles  in  wuvi  and  Penmasi s Hose  for Men}> Women and Children, in all new shades, in  Wool,'  Silk   and   Wool,  and All Silk.  Agents for Jaeger All Wool.  Creston Mercantile Go.  53BJE  ���������Nickel I'ltttoal Ware  ���������2 caiman TpoH* ���������*  0 paolctiftos IQlootrlo Goods  ������  m  m  70  71  72  7������  BY KXPRK8S  1 box Stool FlHlalaiK IUmIh  1 cartoon Uaiio IFlaai OIovoh  M      -'       Jlivuo Ball OIovoh  lbOXlllllQH  1   "   Atramurtltlony.  1   *'   Olrttlaou Uno HoUlmia  .���������   1 cirntflBkllH ,    _  7* .1 boxl3r(i������������ajlio������t HundlOH ami Cjunoiw  7������   1   "   I'istl-y   Itr.Svtj.-.   ar.ci    Wnllpapwr  1-HnuaiorH Tools  7������   I   "   TriBhliiB" Hoolfl  i  " Fiuiiiiitf icaxiu  77 I   ***   FlHhlaiff Ito61fl  78 1   '���������   Klootrlo OurlltiB Ia������ia������  70  B oarloaiH Itiullator Hlmttom  Aaad otlioa?aa-Holoiia������i>or line on rtloiiiai'l Wbo  noon at tlio CuutouiH. WnrchouHO Catajiiuan  I'acillo Itiiltw'iy firuliihl hUixIh, Nclaan, 11.0.  TKttMS OA8II. Halo HUlaJnct U> ������r������nl Inwwwito  noxt <lay anil aitiill ������omplot������d. \  J. ������, 1HJNYAN.  Ci.]lotiMu< o," I3������t:������r.:;*! Itevwa**".  Ilatml  at NriHcm. 11. O.   NiitoUonth Tiny  of  HcptesnlKT, ltW7.  ...Tho. .Parmer"'- tnstitaite have their  Initial aaaot'ting in'th<3 community hull  on Satau^iay night.  Mrs. Lb-wei'Konk' left a few days ago  for 'Windermere, where she i������ visiting  with Mr. Lrtwerson, who is -womlng  in that ditataict.  Mrs. Ben Long left aat the first of the  week for Moyie, whea-e she Is spend hag  a few weeks with old friends.  Goo. Boyco of Kellogg, ldiaho, who  Jutiu spent the past ten days with  Mr.  and  Mra. McRobb, left for home on  Monday.  'ihe continued i-uaaiy wuiaUaui:- ih  proving (UtitiMlernus to farmers who  have their spuds pla ut eel in theclny  laud. A cont-idcarabln amount of rot  haw already taken place.  Principal KultUainaner and hlfl im������l������������  fcant, Mlsaa Vein Linte������% us well a������ the  scholars, certainty have every reason  ��������� ������������ m-.������-I i#������-������#iwl wf tlu'Ir .sch'.crcrsacKtt; ������,*j  the sporlH day at CrHMlon fialr on   FYS-  TISH COL  The Mineral Province of Western Gariada  " TO THE END OF' DECEMIBEk,,: 1926  ���������BB  Haa produced Minerals aa .follows:    Placer Gold, $78,018,948;      Lode Gold, $126,972,318.  Silver, $80,787,003;    Lead, $100,976,442;   Copper $209,967,068-, .  Zinc, Q������0,512,557;     CoM  and Coke, $264,699,133; Structural Materials and Miscellaneous Minerals, $50,175,407; making its mineral production to the end of 1925 show an  ~ Aggregate Value ol $988,108,470  Production; year, ehding December 91926, $67,188;842  The Mining Laws' of this Provinoo are more liberal and the fees lower than those of  any other Province in the Dominion, or any oolong in the British Empire,  Minoral locft-tions are ftranted to disoovorers for nomiiml fees.  Absolute Titles aro obtained byMovclopiuff auch proportiee, the security of which is  guaranteed by Crown' grants.  Full in formation, together with Mining Ho ports nnd Mtips, may bo obtained gratis by  ndtlrosning���������  THE HON* THE -MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH OQLUMjBIA  N.Bi���������Pi at tUMllywll'British Columbia Mineral Proportlos upon which development work lias iWoin -done  as*o tleacrlbc-4 In Bomn ono of tlu������ Annutil IlcpnrtH of tho Minl������ter uf AIIiioh. Tlaono conoldiarlnff nrtfinhag  in vtiutane'tits'should rnfor to audi rcpth'tH. Thoy uro aval labia; without ������lntrjKti iai, ia.ppllcwtfclon t������ tho Department o Mi huh, Victoria, B.C, Reports of the Geological Sui'-v������y of Oanartii, Winch BuUdlng, Van-  cunvoi', ������vf recommended iu* valuable wmrcH������ of Information.  Reports covering each of tho Six Midum! Survt'y Dintrlcts nn^'piibll-ahed Keparajuly, and iu������ awall  ������^a������ ������>r������  n*^nli>nit(rt>n. "*  mwmmmm  mm  3ESSB THE    REVIEW,    CKESTOK,    B.    G.  Iii cl^sn* bright Alu  Penetrates Far North  When youserve RED ROSE ORANGE  PEKOE to your family you are giving  them the best tea you can buy.  ������       y������l fits,       %_     a *^-**%'s5,������J^'ara..  A    M.iL**r  :A1M.^<������������   S%  SLi������** JL WaX*^* Wi   "^^T^*   ,      -���������*.        .������.  .*W AAA J*. W A.   HW  University Graduate Prepares For  Expedition'into Arctic Circle ,  Paddling 1,300 miles alone through  the regions of Northwest Canada With  only Indians, Hudson's Bay Company  trappers, aim hordes of animals to  punctuate   the    monotony. ,<��������� Cornelius'  wSbOOu,   ii-jeiw-Oju   gliauitait;   aiuucui  in anthropology at the University of  Chicago-, spent the summer steeping  himself in the lore o������ the North woods  aiad learning- to live tlae "life of tlae Indians, preparing himself for a 14-  anonths expedition next year into the  Arctic Circle to -report on the culture  of the little-known Athabasca Indians.  Osgood haa just returned to the university ' to continue his studies in  eth.nol.pgy.  At the  invitation o������ the Dominion. Government; there will- assemble at  ���������Ottawa early in November a  conference-o������-representatives  of the  Federal  ��������� Gdiv&rnm'ent ��������� and of all   the Provincial  Governments at which consideration  _*will he'given t?o the many questions affecting the interests and rights ol' the  Dominion and its several provinces.    This confereT.ee will be uttended by the  Dominion   Prime   Minister   and   some   of   his   cwlleag^ues   and   by   ail   nine  Provincial Premiers who in each    ease    will    be    accompanied    by    cabinet  coile������gues.  The object ol" this round table conference is, of course, to discuss  problems comtrwn to all and endeavor to find satisfactory solutions, to adjaist  any differences now existing, to try anal harmonize conflicting lavs, eliminate  over-Eappiag iai swLajiiuisTration, and, in general, to study tlae financial  req.iurenien.is of the several governmental units. In at -word, it is cooperation for the good of all GauacUu Its iinpoa*tan.ee, therefore, does not  call for any special esnphasis.  This conference of Canadian Pa*emiers is designed to mccomplish for  Canada something similar to -what the recent Imperial Conference at -London  accomplished for the Empire as a whole. For example, tlxe exact status of  the Dominion and. its several Provinces- in regard to certain subjects requires  to he clariSed. 'There is hovr conflict of authority in matters of Company  law. ineorporation and regulation, including licensing of companies. ��������� En  insurance matters particularly there is snore or less confusion.  . Again, most of the Provinces are anxious to exercise strict supervision  and control over the sale of stocks and "bonds of companies, and" several  Provincial Legislatures enacted, what are termed "blue sky" laws for the  protection of tlae, investing public, only to find that all companies had to do  to escape Provincial -jurisdiction, was to become incorporated tinder Dominion  law.    The 'provinces desire Federal action to overcome this difficulty.  Another matter which is causing adverse comment throughout the  country is the duplication of police forces, ...-with consequent division of  authority, sometimes leading, to over-lapping and consequent friction;  sometimes resulting in. lack of cooperation. In any event, people feel there  Is an unnecssary waste of the taxpayers* money .with Dominion, Provincial  and Municipal police. The Premiers" Conference will give consideration to  tjuch problems as these. J       :? ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������  V y Then there is the ever-recairring question of the Dominion subsidies paid  to the Provinces, and the complications resulting from the fact that some  VProvififces havj|V control of their natural resources, while others liaye not. As  an outcome 'prthp..Duncan Report, the Maritime Provinces have been given a  new financial--arrangement temporarily. To this the other Provinces lyiave  not raised any objection, but if a new and permanent arraisgeimen't is to be  made in the interests of these Provinces, then all the Provinces have a vital  interest in the matter. ���������.,-���������-'  Furhermore. it is now fairly Veil recognized that the financial terms  originally fi^ed. at the, time of Confederation, and as altered from time to  time, Svork oait to the advantage e������ the Dominion and unfairly to the  Provinces. Tliat Is;. toy say. increased population brings largely increased  revenues to the Dominion through Customs,'Excise, and other forms of  taxation, but to tlae Provinces* increased population means enormously  increased expenditures for education, roads, hospitals, court hoiises, and  Institutions of various kinds, -'while the small increase in the subsidies  received from Ottawa because of such larger population 3s a mere bagatelle  compared with such expenditures. Re-adjustment of the financial terms,  therefore, becomes a necessity from time to time.  Nr. one thing is more apt to weaken Confederation than, the existence of a  feeling that it is not working out quite fairly to the Provinces*, or that, In  regard to those matters which are subject, to both Dominion and Provincial  jurisdiction, Federal ��������� Departments are not displaying that spirit oE helpful  co-operation- which is essential to complete efficiency in Provincial administration. On the. other hand, real unity in effort, frank recognition and understanding of each other's problems, an'd. sympathetic consideration and action  will make the Dominion united and strong.  The people of. Canada will entertailn high hopes that tho Ottawa  Conference wilt be as successful in Its field as the Imperial Conference was 5n  the larger arena of Empire affairs.  One Drop oi'TutnamV  'yp~  . e*~-V'A.-!������I---.  "    flails ~  Isn't i? wonderful ��������� Just a drop or  two of Putnam's on any sore corn and  out comes all the pain." After, a few  jippltcations the corn shrivels up and  da-ops off.   No. scar, no pain,"no pinch-  3 *-\ r-** d'-Mrfvwvi *# t*vBV+' *-'������������������������-���������������-* i-t*~\ t-i - ������������*ifm rvv*^* ^ > -���������'*1%f*.**  -**.*������*     ** v**i     i.jt.g?j.A������. -  ������oa������.v/<:'ki    ������������4i) uivji\j. jl u������a  can dance Or walk in comfort. Be sui?e  yen use only Putnam's Com Extractor. Satisfaction guaranteed. Sold by  druggists everywhere. Refuse a substitute for Putnam's���������it's the hest.  Aviation Sra Canada  I*jo country provides a better; field  for air commnhication than Canada,  The distances between the cities are  great and tlie climate is favorable for  flying. Experience shows that with  .suitable equipment, winter presents  no insuperable obstacle to the continuous operation of air routes.  BABY'S OWN TABETS  ALWAYS IN THE HO  FHght WSU Be Hazawbas  Once a mother has used Baby's Own  Tablets for her little ones she always1  keeps a supply on hand, for the first  trial co'nvhafces her there is nothing to  equual them in keeping children well.  The Tablets are a mild but thorough,  laxative which regulate    the    bowels  and sweeten the  stomach,  thus driving "out ���������constipation and indigestion,  colds" and simple fevers, and fmiaklng  teething    easier.     Concerning    them,  Mrs,, Saluste    Pelletier, , St: '.Daimas, j  Que., writes-i.���������"*'I have    used    Baby's  Own  Tablets  for the past  ten years  and   am  never  without  them  in   the  house.    They" have always  given the  greatest satisfaction, and I can gladly  recoimmend   theifi   to  ail  mothers   of  little .ones." The Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or direct by mail at  25 cents a.box from The Dr. Williams*  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.        -as.  Command*? Byrd's Trip To Antarctic  More DarngerouBU Tran Any Yet  ;_.,...   Attempted   .  Commander Richard ByrcU who recently flew the , Atlantic > ocean with  I>asseugea-3, will, undertake the .most  hazardous  flight that has  ever  been  tVIn fl.***       l^-**i*      ** ������������        *i 4 "VT* ���������1       ,*?M,'1*r*t.���������ft       1^^^      ���������^r4*l1       =-t *  -A-6..xi������v       mjjf       iwM       ������%ilJ4Jt*U       V* ismJ-Ai.      M*X^      .ni-Ul     ,*������fcV*.  tempt to reach the    South    Pole    hy  aeroplane, lie" has already crossed thP  North  Pole  by"  air,  but  the  task he i  has now set out to accoimpl is la entails  evert 'greater dangers and difficulties.  For instance, he may find "himself  obliged to winter in the Antarctic ih  the event of being caaght in tlie ice.  But if all goes well, and as ;now  planned, the flight will 'have been accomplished flind -the intrepid voyagers  on their way bjack to civilization  early in 1928.    .. y .���������'.-���������.';-  "If all goes well". .,.. These 'words  are often on the lips-of Byrd and hia  companions just now, for well they  know, from all the data to hand, that  usually all does'not go well oh that  vast but little explored waste, which  has been so vlydly named "The Hoahe  of the Blizzard." y  The first aeroplane to fly across  this unknown huge yastness of the  earth's surface will be equipped with  -a powerful wireless and with kite  aerials that can be Sown high in the  air to give greater power, so that in  the event of a forced landing or other  untoward event the fliers will' he  able at once to communicate-with the  companions left at the base camp at  Hoss Bay. They will have the-means  ready to effect Commander Byrd's  rescue.  ���������   -  ��������� tmtuu  For WO fewsRels  That's about all ������he trip  co*3ts, and'that's why thousands of people go to the Old  Country Tor the Holidays���������  an unforgettable pleasure.  Are you going ?.  The Anchor --Don -aldson Steamer  " L,etitia *"* Scaves   Montreal! "for  ScotlandoflNovenaber26thr The  Cunardcr "^auscnaa" leaves  Montreal November 25th for the  ;.-'Cfeattitel'-"PortSi^    '"' 'W   ��������� ^ .'���������"'''������������������. "���������  }. f".  Special" Christmas failings from  Halifax for the second week irt  I^ecembervBvill enable you to  arrive in plentry of time for pluin  , pud dings and haggis, bagpipes  and pantomimes.      ., .  "Round Trip frotn $155.00 tip,;  everything included. Children  .half fare. Your Steamship Agent  will make all arrangements.  tl  i  CANADIAN* SERVICE' i  3j  I  Jim***'  LINES  S3  Losses From -Smut  Smut diseases " cause heavy losses  wherever cereal crops are grown. In  Canada careful estimates df smut  losses are available only for the last  few years, and these show the average annual loss to the Canadian farmer IVom this source fts over $12,580,-  000. G-overnment departments, agricultural colleges, "ahdi technical agriculturists are all engaged in the effort  to reduce tills loss.  So lis siier -.Complaint  HE ALWAYS USES  ^fpE^Pt^-^A-S  ufF^n^raa  CUNARD STEAM SHIP CO., LlMITKD  270 Main Street. WXI^XPEG  ,,  X.awyea  p���������^"VPThy did.   you-  kill'  this  man ?"  Prisoner���������"Tbe   gain went  off  acel-  dentally.  E took ...him    for    gome  ono  else!   It  was     self-defence I  r  was  crazy! And besides, I didn't kill him!"  Externally or Internally, It Is Good.  ���������"When applied, externally, by brisk  rubbing, Dr. Thomas* Eclecta-ic Oil  opeais the pores .jahd penetrates tlae  tissue, touching tho scat of the ti*ou-  ble and immediately affording relief.  Admiaiistered fraternally, it will still  the irritation In tlae throat which induces coughing and will relieve affections oC the bronchial tubes and respiratory organs, Try*? It and be convinced. .*,'.',      ?.'  Mr. T. F. McGregor, Mc*Lennan,  Alta., writea:���������-Oyer forty, years ago-  my mother used to give ua Dr. Fowler's  Extractor Wild Strawberry for diarrhoea  and summer complaint, All through the  years since then \i*hen troubled with an  excessive looseness of the bowels I have  been accustomed to.take a few doses o?  the same, old, reliable remedy and it  always seesna to have the desired effect,  ��������� no matter what tho ca-uso."  Don't Accept a Substitute  Thia valuable preparation has been  on the market for the paat 80 yeaa-a; put  up only by Tho T. Milburn Co., Lima tod.  Toronto, Ont.  "Now that -you are married'jt. suppose you will take outran instirance  policy?"  ' '"-S.'.S ' y  '������������������;.���������''   -v ' ,  "Oh no! I don't-think sh^s going  to" he dangerous!"  The Man With Asthma, almost  longs for death to end his suitea*ing.  He sees ahead only years of endless  torment with intervals bf-rest' which  are themslves fraught with - neiver  ceasing fear of renewed attacks. Let  hlin turn to Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy and. know what complete relief it can give. Let him but ns<^ it  faithfully- avnd he will find his' asthma a thing of the past.    '.-���������  >?,  proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  ���������Colds       Headache       Neuritis Lumtfago   ^  Pain Neuralgia       Toothache      Rheumatism  ^^^���������Y^-^ft ^YuY^-htr-^-iiivnun riiiivininaitn**ii'iii^ Viii" *r ���������i���������r** -*-i**-*-* ---*"  DOES NOT AFFECT. THE HEART  ^MOsm^****^^ jj^jflPQh  &}    V3������ mT������  il***    ^***s*.Acc������'oi  only  4'Bavo.r",  packajre  which contains proven directions.  IT������imJy  "l5awrM   .hitcm  of   12   t:ihlcte  Also bottlow of 24 and 100���������������rUKgi������t������,  C������.i������>U)   I'S 3i;,**r hfr.nvftr^fr'-  \*f Mw*^������''.  BcaWoror wnM^Jionniii CA������������.*ya HulloyHo Arid. "A., H. -*���������'*>; y.M\������lyjf KJi'Ji.i^i  ������b.a AHvtrin ������������#nn������ lmy#>f MkiavfrtMuM. u> r������������������l������t IM imftHe *f*ln*% lm1l������tlmw. th* WW*  mt Unset Vompsuf will ha *t*.m������c* wlin   0*ok*f -n*������Hi>lf������l t-Mtfo ruktuk, U*a     as**#*C WC03#*  Antarctic Expedition  Expedition To Extrcnie Southern  Seas Returns To England  After two years of scientific ro-  soareh in, the extreme southern ftC'iB,  Captain liobert F. Scett's old An-  turtle ship, Discovery1;' returned to  Falmouth, _Eiagktnd, having sutTcrcm  ia^j caautvuToa In the otmggloo with tho  Ice flolds.  Tlio expedition gathered yaluahlo  Information, eapoelally ahout tlao lil'o  hublts ol? whale. Dr. Stanley Ko.m^,  tho. loading Hcloutlftt aboard, told  nowf-papormou that on tho disputed  marital habit of whales, thoy aro not  monogamous, On tho conti*ary, ho  doajlared. thoy havo, so to spoak, "a  wife in ovory port." '  ' Fresh water can ho ilippbd from  the Atlantic Ocean for a distance ol  50 or naoro miles off the coast of Brazil, Thia lit due to' tlae oaior.mous  amount of water tliat pours from the  mouth of the Amazon. -  The lifetime of Va. good watch, exports say, Is 50 years. The balance  and hair-spring tflbrate ' 157,<)00.000  times a. year, while an ecriial number  of ticks ediaae from thei escapement.  Relievos  ment.  Sore Throat���������Mlnard'a Llnl-  Of courso 'a man has a right to the  best of everything���������aa long as ho  pays   for  it  with   honestly   acquired  money. > ���������  Tlao heavloat wood ia lignuni-vltae,  which runs from 7tt to 82 poimdrt a  cubic foot. Kbony H a clotao aecond,  with frojn 09 ta S3 pounds; boxwood  1h ihlrflVrunnliiK froan Ptl to 7"i pounds  a etiblo foot. '  MfnnrcS'y LlnJrn^rjt for tirmh^Sf.  W.  N.    IJ.    1701  MOTHER ^Fletcher's  i,r-m.ftmii. ft n nftr iiwri i "irir i i^t-wT* r"~i,������������������^-f-^^r���������f���������  Casloria is a pleasant, harmless Substitute for Castor Oil,  aregroric,    Teething    Drops,  and   Soothing'  Syrups,   especially prepared  for Infanta  in* anus  and  Child few all  ages.  To������tavai<1 imatatioaafl, always look Eor the 3i3g������ature ot  C&^/)T7-���������&cXtAA  ���������djrcriions />������ t--t<-|i. p.ic1;agr.    i*S������yrsicaas\s everywhere recommend Itu  J!|rov������n T-r
-<�� 'iir^;.?-*->*,~
HI Jill." Ml
��if^m^^i# ,^msmsm -��%fe
NiagarafFalls, Ont���^Delegates ^Vho
&ltea^d^t_!^ the
Caaadi^Pi<^j^V&&#ls- %lfe��$>ciat.ion
meeting here apparently becpano imi
bued with iftiet Vi^ety^fl.rst^"fidea, 'for
continaially throughcaity the discus.-,.
sions tite speakers? fvefered froan their
original ��� topic ��� .to safety first suggestions! ^m��P>.%z;?tm\ sstnpi^c-      \
H. It. Mgfek^zfeg^liief field; engineer tor Saskatchewan, stated that his
proghice was planning its'rural.-roads';
1tffyfe.|he -:
asn-c-pripOiTf-iWTr'Ma-esr-ensie "statea tnaa;
l^th^tEb^d^ !epu^ruct^dy24
feet  wid-e,-. and wmi"."-'ditches  at such
Its" side? v.      ': --?;'���;���?""    '���-.?'     ���������'"���;
i���'.������ n The annual meeting of the associa-
"' tldh, J'heidV a^r iif^rom !";.i^l^;''eo^ena?ion,
? fdidV not? _ pass^lihou t Jits^recoghitioh
ypfc->.theyaccident fysituatfonyV several
resolutioiis fhelngf adopted shpportiiig
__ at'hp;"i^fe|;*^;��ii^ ff.: Vf."^V^' ���'
., Ih ; touching,: nppn?......the, ' <mestl6n of
ifederal ai<l,s the -prelude: to a resolution pointed- out thtat the Dominion
Goremment had    collected.-- upwards
r*��pi Is In;Cz-echci^Sf otf^kia Fear Those
y Prague.���School'\childrenin.,:. Vthe
'W^lFf- ��? ^?Q^?r$onna, v2ech0-Sl.0va.kia>
laaye- istrajck; foa*; se^irp^
?cau^e,^f_? their'"' insUnctlyej'^e^r.'vy'&at
������the __s*^art^
.whom .' they j ..pi t"" have,? can nibal 1sti'c, Vin-
ystiixcls.., y '} 'l. -~,,'lllP}l:i.yll'l.;.}l::l''[l^-lP'' ',\
. Striking ' fchlldrenV'.,-flia/ve.rPl. been
Strongly -so*ppoa_;ted ,,by/;t)|,eir., parents,
who., declare ytheixy chiittrenV are..in
danger, of bpinK y eaten..; fjSeeing. the
foi*CQjOf theii; a-rgiunenafs, the authorities .haye decided.. .to,,build. Va separate school for Gypsy?childi*ejUy vrhich,
ft is believed., would bex the only one.
of; its kind in>the? world.?n^l ' ������;..������ ���?.?"./'
��� The- present protest gre'w from al*-
leged, cannibalistic i orgies tor?; which
36 ���'' gypsies are ��� now m awaiting?-trial.
They; are said to ' have ?confessed ���> to
anurdering and. devouring -vscdres-. -bf
persons, ���> pleading the tinies ;?Were ��� had
and they -eoaild not afford to'buy ordinary -meat,'but that - they Vd.id not see
���"anything Wrong������" in eating? human
Hesh;"   ??      -     .':-.;r-P   -v;?    ������,-;���;;<���
Hp^ R^
"-directly to highways. In yieWi^rthis,
l^the  association.? instructedA its^ exec&-'t
�� tive committee to jnake every reason-
| able.,effciujt ���bo^ind^celithe Federal Goy-.
I rniifen��;'tO Sgraait Ij^aaiqJalVisfeiitance!
# to th^huiiaifig, >Sfggppd_ *o*Sfj\s^ ,J yl | %
I     Th#;^lec���ionr'*>ft;^oiRcer)a,' resulted as
3 follows:. ' ,,..-h   ���    3 __���    ' ,.,;
I Presfd6ht:^iOTi?^P. CVBlalck/mittis^
^ tcr_.of highw��ys;;r^pvay-;,@-?Gitia,;.y:i,Sr8ti
f vice-president, Hon.. 0.rI>; McPherson,
-�� ���������  . yi���'��'""'".*-^ -". -.;^.- >* yvv-��,i>
I minister of high-ways, Alher^a; second
A vice-president, 33on.   W.    H.    Suther-
4 land, minister of,public works/British
% Coluhrbia;' "secrfetaryf treasurer,* George
^ A. Me^aTrtsfe,. -Monireai: -:   "������'*- '������'���:^
Raiiways ,_Likely..- To     Allow     Hon.
"'."''."' *'' '���' "-'Robert ['Fprko} '.Tp-;^<>ntrbi l'y '.P'}'
. .Foreign'^ws^i-arailon'y'.'. ^'"iS'y
. a <^tawa.^KegotiatiQtts; recentlyi :fln-
itiated; hy-VHomy 9-^heriT Forke*: Mirajtster
of^lnim.igratiGn^iooking;ftp ;a curtail*
ment  of tlj.e influx  of  foreigners to
Csinlida,yif?a.ndf when-this is necessary,
are'"achifeving    theit" object,    it   va��
stated".taiaai-er:/: n;"':,:';? ?-';-'-'  ^"--���-?; ������'"' -' ".>~'^
yReeentty; in,. Montreal,,-   Mr*    Forke
ppnferrediy-with, "President  Beatty   oi
thjey Canadian fj^cific^^^*^
gard   ttf   tbe   existing   agreement  he.r
tween  the   department   and  the  raii-
ways respecting contirieiital immigra-
tloh.y *Th.e 'i^Sni.^er?)_iaS,.5kt'ci6hTere*d'Cei.
(Jn tlie sahie sta^ectf with Sir^ Heiir^
Thornton,  president of the  Canadian
National. *���-."--?:.E ������;������'!-->   /��fiVy"V    --n^   ���.;������;?���
���--���<���".I think we are now=in agreement/'
stated -Mr.?  Forke?; after? seeing  the
(?.l\.Ix.    He  ihdicateci that while*'the
arrangement..with the railways., Is not
being  re-draftedvrthe ...new.. .-prqyisipn,
or..'.^^under.taki|jgi.'is,..that _._tli.e_...Ministet.
will hare the absolute ..say, as to when.
^ ,  ... ������ ���   .       ,     ,     ^'^t * in his judgment, the influx of foareign-
.lanuV;:.., Belgnxm,,    .Switzerland    .- Juadfc-v^v: \^X-:-PP^P^^ k^y.,U*^n^Hv* -
-���-���������-���'-   ���-���'- -~>��� ��� ���      ...-r .  j ers shall be stopped or curtaileciy
..JSSs. (sift)
.Hbtspn,T, of v)Tavistpck,
Ont., .Canada's champion orator wlio
has Just reached Japnie, after bis prize
trips 1 vpaiyin the?,apanadian oi^tOTipal
Ilpr,yisited;, ^Scotland,
t'Tance. He win compete ^an.OctpDer ���
14 in the. internatioiial orat.oa*v con-,
test'a.t'\Vastnhgton. ^ 'V'"'''      ' _",.. y;
May Hot
"Plane .. Delayed    By
of ? 175.000,000  iat the past ten years I     ���  _  , Ordered , By Turks '
necke, pilot of the Germania,  whose
atriVal' here   cleared up  the mystery
of his  whereabout since his take-off
from  Angoasa,   Turkey,* said  that  his
delay 3a��"teachirik Vthis 4rilacgijliad;fbeen
fdue IcAieflyytp fthey ^ns^"ncti(WiS' giy-.
^ijFhim^by th^ Tairkisht^ant^Bties oxa;
Plan Subways For Montreal
Huge  Project ivould  Provide Subway
V '    Lines and Abolish* Level
;-* -   t   Gryssiangs
i     Montreal.���Initial  steps   have  been
I taken, it was officially announced, by
I a group of locai interests; connected
I with financial houses.in New York to
I enter intd a $'200,000,000 project with
ment and railway companies to abolish level'""crossings"in Montreal,' con-
Bti*upt- .a graytcti _. central tewniual -sta-'
i^n;?An^V;ipons"?tiMet underground tram
ilyqi lilies.
P^he work in view comprises, it was
���Rafted, the abolition ot.all;.levehcrp'ss-
^Ttgs in atid eaiterin'g"' the city either
,b"^ jeleva,ti4ng them or puttipg therm tan-.
4^rground. The proposition which it
ed. iis being made to c!y!c, pro-
jchil .and' ^Federal Govcarninentsy'be*
riiajp the .railway! *h.eatis|'.would'yprovide.
ai.i.. coiia-p^-^iori) of allr thesoohodies
leaving Angora as the route to he
fplh7**a^d/;f'*!i'?y-%3:-~y.,y >;yyrsy> V??;V^ VV
_.The German ayiatpjfy{ who !s eri-
routefto tl^efp.S. by-way'of the Orient,
saM^that Vthe; instructions iiivolvedV&
wide detour, the Turkish idea being
apparently to prevent foreign aviators
from flying oyer certain ar^as of Tufir
kish territory.; ���.���������^v;-,-? ,.y ��� , -., IV
The aviator sai4 ihatyhe had halted at Aleppo" and then had' deferred
his departure for Bagdad in order to
avoid flying in the hottest part of the
UnceHaifi -VVbethel Protnier King Will
Go To CotitlnentaI Congress   ' -;u
y Ottawa, -r-r Considerable uncertainty existsyas to the likelihood.? of
Premier ; *W. > Jx-u Mackenzie !ving_ ac-'
cepting an' invitation to- attend the
sesqui-eentennial> of'the sitting of the
Continental GongreBs in Y6rk,= Pa. ��*
While the prime ; minister is? tit
present o*ut of the -city, it is ioitima-
teai'' that fCmVhis' 'return he will be
busily engaged ;in; preparationsf-.for
the conference of "provincial ipremieirS
to be f held here .early in November.
No decision; hais _ye;t been, reached by
Hon. WiUiaai-a.^jpiiiilips, IJhited? States
Minister to Canada, as to whether lie
will attend the centehr iai.
���v^^i|a^||aj��n '.- of
nzsfjgl i^tn^#'"4#ovorai-
nient of^Canada'   -ftrlth    the     Un|ted
Lakes-StsSy' Mfewxek&����.. w&tervfea^, iv'as
pre��foted^y^lV^ E.-Mai-da^' -dresident
--*.-���.���''--" *!'3'- !*"������-'.���
e�� the Great Lakes-St. Lavrenee
Tidewater Association, after a call
uponsPresid��ent Coplidge. He.said he
had,y^eard r-umors" ;that,.tbe,,-premier
intended ?to liead.y a? V'cpmn|issfpn', Ao
*:iseefe.' fan r a'greepeitt-^ witti^'t^^lfiiiiied
States yandViheV believed these   to  be
true.- f .":'
.-j.r    ' ,o.;y '..        .***"%. ' -*-*���- y^
.^���pS-a^aing--|als'b declare&ltb��t;fb��- rndtir.
no prpspect.. pf, a Io'S*s greater t. than
5,Q00i^^Tlyusfiels-<)f %rJiitf"t<^United
States Great .������'Lakes, .shippers fas..,a ,:rer
������sMt.'--6if-,'the'';'flx'tnig off Einf elenren cent
iyate by tlieV 'Canaidian^ : Railways : on
grain from Winnipeg to Quebec.
a. fcrane^fgpveiyior:;Qf %Iowa5
* !- "Mea^wyhiie," said ' Mr? Forke, "I
think:':tlWt'fwh^t:'J';fiaSs -occurred ""'wtiT-
serve as a 'warning sufficient to- aJroid
the necessitybf any'arbitrary action."
sss. as.vi.tas.-
^*i|?-lho :flnjinpia?l a^Tane'en^Qnts..?;,'
Completes L��ng Trip
^ltish    Avlato1'''k'iyi.fli5ea ......R^brcl'
�����"���' I    Longi Distance ���|o|oVl^S||lat_f,
Africa.���Lieut. IT.
IJ? jBopUoy, Instructor for _ the "Sdu'th'
^4.U!i a a n ai 1 a^'^iofee,: '��� -wi'10- ''-left?-' Henddii,
"Kfii feland, on ~. Santeinbpr >ilK in. n- *��� 11 ght
irrbth airplnna j}oy Capetown, complete
tiO. ,.his Iuuk:' ,,'UoiaV.JllKlVi.' uf moi*e than
7,000  nailes.
IJotft." iJ.jntiey, who' iriado" liie trip
ffW- 'foiag'^-fBfia '";'t��S ''"'ip'rove" tlao' fciial hlilty
^ ot I .aand on- CJjape lo vv"��v,y .aii* _ coanaaaaauica*-
fl than ai|<l. ^'o^^f^alaollstfJV^o:Vtl^o capajbll-
Vl1hvs yf rfi llRJit iilniiQ':|_aVfi .Jorlg dlHtrajiice
V illghia,Vct'onted wlmt wriF)' said here'
'i to he world'is  record for n long dis-,
i;J  I.UIICO   H<|lo   JllhiiM.     -J    ^'  >;/������___  1   ;_.,  ,,"   -y:j .^
^ Tho sav'iitor^wiiolHnf hoped-to :.inalce
���^ the trip in -10 daya, found.28 nocosunry
1| for tho lonKl-rlp, ao^rne of it ovoi* haz-
<ii'<��<iui--i iii.H tH-ossji. Lijul couiitvy.      .....
Reported ,.Marriag<��^Jn    Moscpw
,���    Forrtaer Natipaaalfat Foreign       |
M!nist��ry0f^China \ '��.
London.���The God of Love seenfs
once more to liave Wbn- %ht ttvea* the
God of War tn, the./Chinese^National-
ist movement.
TliexHlga cQa*resjpdh^en"t*?ciffthe ?Da*Iy
fM^ail ciiiotes ah 'bfflciar'SoWe't'^iijpiatch
to the effect that Eugene fchen| former ,Nationalist .vPoi^igia;::' Miiiist^is| and
*Mme. Sun^*^at'Sen^wid'ow of theflather pf the Nationalist raovement,|!vere
niarried 'in Moscoyfir??V'-: 1 ��f
The; newspaper;irepcirts the :iCouple
Intejici to-v;Si^nid':(iheir?';3ioneyni(0)^i in
Ch'ina? by '���vstaVitiaigV'^?\-.;iiiew revolntiou,
and' adds "that the." Third Communist
Ihternatibhale Is financing, the /aiiii'ivi-
ties of "the bridal couple. i *Jj       "
y .;; ���'-..- ���':-.-.<��� 1 ."h. ..   \ y
C.P.R. Earnings ���) V*
Montrpal-^���The��� gross earnings of
thej Canadian Pacific Railway ; for
August w.efo $17,258,63 i, an increase
of,-$528.4 6 Of "oyer the gross earnings
duringrthe. same month, in 192G?|?iTho
.wc'ricih'g '''''^xp&riscs''"Tor tho bpi*res-
pohtV.ng period, however, alio ay o'U an
increase:-of- > $'3,QTl;&81! repi-eseiiting a
.doorcase,ofl,$4'13,227 in Uio, net.prohts,
compared with August 1026. Net pro-
Hts. lor. Aufiust,.1027. ,w-.��r.o,$3,8fi2.1iS.-
.11,. ,
Uae_. Gramapbpne To.,. Teach.
English??rn'Quisbac Schools
Quebec, Que,���-IJtilazation of the
gramophone as a inew practical method of teaching the '"English. language
in schools of the province o*f Quebec
is the recommendation that will be
���placed before the Catholic committee
pf the council of ptrblic instruction.
;by a sub-committee appointed to consider the question
���? This new jnethqcL^Jias been- np-
proved recently by^ several " school
commissions and af-t&r a. 'demonstration given before the nnembers^of the
sub-committee- it was adopted "unanimously, j.
,Eyangeline'   Booth '   Cprayineed    .That
Prohibition Is Possible In England
London. ^-. Commander "Evangeline
Booth of the Salvatlbija. ?Alrmy, tpfwhom
a.: welcoriaing. reception was given in
a big fLondo'tt hall/is convinced that j
prohibition is a big possibility" for
England.. ;y -:--a) ".;.:���,���>���:.-.. ;y. .../.   --a ���
.��� ,'Tf ;I  were over- here, and had tlie
...........   ^        ,     ., __,...
lielpyof Lady. Astpr,?,we could bring
prohibition into England in, no tirae-"
she is quoted as saying in an inter-
������yiew.^..-,.   ,,.,..^;K f.-n��y,:..-V-y   .y;?...,,y-   ���'
The Commander- Wlio is making her
4rst.yisit? here since _.?1920, talkeu
strongly on _ the,. "benefits .which ysh!e
sa|d�� prohibition, .had  byotight  to   tiito
XTnited States. "T vrould say ytb -.;ev,er_y.
j country,; if you -want to be rich mtrb- ���
due'e   prohibition  and   banisb   drunk
enness^^ahd'fiaa^fficiencV^*-14-^        V" '-r;:-
 * ;	
said...that iiefa$.w,#o��t��q.*iscsKsrfno-ArCi,the
sentim^^ ,
president, ylnVjais Js*|ate'**a'0^( ~":that"- in
some ^ctibnE'^artic^ariy^'the eastern part, Secretary Hoover seemed to
be.gaining ground for the Republican
'^E^^i^^^llJV^^gi?:;.-'; "    Ht -y|i\"
^Har8lngVb^ifeved %iat '^fi��5vet��r<?bf
thpyMcNary-Haugen ...farm .relief: .bill
would not play as important a part in ..^,
Iowa presidential politics as has been
generally predicted^
Russia Planning To
Preparing Customs Report V
��� Ottawa.-���Three niore::wee^sffwin^be'
required to complete the report which
the Royal Commission* on customs
will present to the Goverrtor-in-Coun-
cil. The three commissioners aro
liard at work on the report, which
Willi it is expected, be voluminous.
Progress l��� Satisfactory
Minister   Of   Railways   Pleased   With
'^^-^pr^^fi^^^f^ \
CaTgiary.^-Hohr cf /��L ptii.hirig, Minister of Railways, expressed his  satisfaction   with   the   progress   ofj. the
���work on the Hudson Ba*y.^RailwJ|^ inr
the course of an Inlej-v iewi *hei*p'.'|'T|(el
minister stated It was now ;;���|ny otteri"-'
tion 03 far as mile 350 an^ the?bj^age;
over the Limestone    River   "at    that
point had been cpmpleted,^
S-.'% exraect    within ythel nestr-^w^
weeks the Canadian National will let
?tlio contract for the last"sectib'u of tlie;
railway to Churchill," ho saiid.
.--;(. |n, reply .(tp  a  question^ q,b _to..;the
prospecLs \pC'' Po'a*��A?'t3fiui,c!lilLii-'-''ao.d- '-tlio
length   of   the   shipping   season,   Mr.
Dunning ^aidi- thfcy * must "a\y-ait( Mr.
Palmer's Anal report.
I nireased Priqg Iw Western; Canada
Sy-yp} "fop High flsss''Reip'or't; p:
QnebeC���-Canada's second, consignment of fhorses to ^������Soviet ���'- Russia? is
;hbw*Vbii Vtlip Vbigh??: sqasi'",tlieC .Russian "
I3teame^yl>akabris h^ingVleft Quebec
with i.iOO  aniaaals for Leningrad.?
baptaiii Sniirh the
ship;,.-.. s aid , befb'te^ "leaving' f that * Eu s- .
sla is looking toWards?'the state of
Montanna to supply he*f with, borses,
due ���tp~ the. ..action t-pf-....Western-, Can-
adiah farmers In raising the price of
their animals to "$30 each. Montana
and. other states are Willing to supply
the horses at $12 per' head, he said.^
The Dalsabris will be back here
early in November for her. third and
last trip of the season.
j ,WJH Endoreo Proposal
���|     ,rca*(uitrlV:'^ro.'roSif^u''wb'm>a'a and 'prn-
?! Viibly  On<ari��vwonien ftetat-rally will
1 sjuppprt   llrLi'JHh   t'oluinbia's   pa-opoon)
V 10 nisikaa women eli^'blu to tho. Senate
,y ��>f Cai����,da when tJio. proposal i�� d'la-
:(������ ���num-ic-d ant the in eo ting of tho Natlbnail
V CJotm'cSl of Women at RI.rat.ford. The
- Toa'oiittt -Jousnl laain.��� -avtronKlly' bndori^sd
f;* ulndinr r^Holuilon,.    ... .   .
'   "^a*""""" lmim*llmm****mm1*mimim*Mm0m^^ <m
��� w. 'N,   try 11m.   '
,yv.. ,r; ,,;_,. ^aralyajjs^ln, Sweden, V
'p.utbi*eji,jt;.''TppoVt'pd'In;' varlouqjpart 11 of
Kua'opo has a-oacheci. Sweden, cases
bolni; repoi'ted'jfi-oan two pa-ovincliil
districis? AtMai'inau a, nilKtai'y training field .north of*. Stockholm, a yoiing
conscript died" from tho tllsoaso, atjid
In tho neighborliood oe Oorobro, wt)j>L
of iho capital,ya>overaJ chikV.'i.'ln aire
111, hut none fatally thus far. .;
1      S -'���-���! I ^     ���    , ,    ;
Ne-w Rule On Alfalfa Seed
��� ���..Ottawa.., r-, ittaKai'utkiuH undi^* the
Seeds Act"haro "boon nniondod to prohibit, thn Importation Into Canada of
-alfalfa eood," or any mix turn of sood
containing teaa por f-.nni.. or more alfalfa ricod, unless lota pnr cent, of tlie
seed hi'each container I�� coloiod rede
This action has beeaa In ken to dlp-
0*5"r"?n* '-'*''"''��� '1**Tan��v��^��\r\r\ of t-Tnii'Vcrn
grown   tal Calf a.
Names Are Perpetimtcd
'A^Ay ���.***'<&&-������   PP     - -
Nungesser and   Coli   Linked   Forever
P p ym- Canadian Place Names
V i^tt'awn,-^Nnngesser  and  Coli,   who
dought to fly the Atlantic and failed.
will,,Jive  forever, in  the place names
.;ot;jCanada.-1?3.Uie topographical survey
''department of the interior has issued
a hew niap" bf the new gold-bearing
areas in tho vicinity of Woman, NaVf
row and Birch Lakes in northwest.*.!rn
Ontario.    On tho map, the name Nuiif
gesser has boon given to a  lake and
to tho rivor flowkig from' it into Uttlb
Vermilion.    The name    of    Coli,    top
has been given to a lake.
>'.   .- -;- "���/.   '*, 'vv   :-.\a
f* As Naingbss<.!i* and Coll  were link'
l^dylh ;d<^a|liiySp'?^Lalces Nungesser tatul
?CoUVaii-eVlinlicecl; by   tlae   highway "ot
river arid stream.
JLtOC B.-C? e
iVIficlfi In.ciisi.fl CHief
Predicts Fast Mail y
���.Washington."���Within flvo yoarai
mail fa-oan New York will bo doliverecj.
iaa London, in three days by steainaea*ti
tand,, ;aerbplan|e, second Asslstant-
i?ostanaster-<3oheral Glovor, who has
rbturne'd Vfriaixii tlio, interuatlonal mall
sorvlco conference nt Paris, pa-eiJ.ici-
ed. He said the conference's discussion of trans-Atlantic aiir mall gavis
assurnnco of this service.
y EKpehdlture^For Indian Scbools
' -Ottawa.���Tho'amount expended by
the Covornment of Canada en in��M--in
oalucatlon in tho fiscal yoar 1026 wsld'
$:i,Ul.S,000. In addition to this corlnlu
bands of Indians, whopr-e faands wore
sufficient io aa'ieet tho expondlnii'b,
contributed $07,000 for rcIiooI pur-
iao-wH.   n *.i. ������      v
Another Riitflialnnrm has loft. Oannrla bearing with him 1he hlghost title
of ono of the famous Indian tribes of the Western plains. Tlie title of
"Chief Boar Tlond'Vwaa ^niVferrod'aipon B*;.' Edward, llrow'n, of ihe roviltry
World, London, Englatajl, by ChJ^rRaiaming Antehipo of Lhe Snroo*s Tribp-
The coreuacany tonic place on iho llua-nai Ranch nenr (^ihttiry, rornnlly,
ilui'ln-j; tho CaunUIaai Pa<;Hlo wibHtorn tour of tliu World, roultj-y C<jiiki"����uo
'lieloKfttos of which party Ih". Jirowaa was mi oulHtunding menabca*.
Thn i��h��tl(ain-mih shows Ih*. llrowtf iilmklnR hands wilh <,hJoJ'. Run'nln.n,
An1<ilop**t uftoiy' he wiih ftCo*!pt.ed an u nanni1n��r 01' Una Savi'cw   Iai ho.
RuBeia-Pai'ish Pact
Wars jaw, Poland -- An ngrooun at
,pn certain po|kxts of a pact of nou-
iflS'gre'BBlbn between Uursla and fc'oSand
hon been reaclied in rooont eonverstv-
tloiifl between .Staniid-iti Pal.pk, I'ollcli
jnliiiHtor to llu sua la, ��inl <r��-orgo
Tc!hitch#��rln. Ilusflan foa*el^n mlnlsier.
;.'...-.' -iuln'-ttry of foreign nWulrs Jta*
iaoun<r^d to<l#ty. ���������rai  CBESWfc  &B2VIE^S  SMI @F SSTSSAt S&IF  Came to the premises of the undersigned on or about September 15, 1627.  one black and white calf, with 3:������&U  slit in right-enr. Unless nnimal is  sooner claimed e&I������ will be sold at 10  num., Satuad������y, October 15 1927 at  my ranch at Ci-eston.   JAS. DAVIS.  LaaO  ^aal and. Per.  -9-aurjB.AOB.lft  dOuD uatneau Was a utiSzttesa ViStuOi?  jit- "fsrnie this- %?eeks  The village council meets In October  session on Monday night.  Dean Peirs and Saam Nelson of Kel  5���������~~    ~-  ?^r-a-B3   ^^cncrHt^cea**   w pb,sijh,r-������.  sac*  A representative of Consolidated Garments, Ltd., will  fo������ at our  stord  the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bufcb.  Mrs. W. P. Stark off Victoria; arrived a& tbe end of the week on & yteit  with her husband, at the Devon ranch.  Mrs. Joe Morgan ' of Lundbreck,  Alberta ��������������� is a Oreston visitor this  week, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  BhsIb.  Jifin Lea nay and  Ted  Bnsh of K>!  iogfft.-Idaho, arrived at  the end off the  week on a visit with- their parentis at  Creston.  Saturday, Oct. 8th  Afternoon and Evening  showing the newest creations  in these lines.  <%������������������ ���������H'SfNW  xvtf   ann  M1BR      M������lt      *\T  tr\. uimarir  ������������������-��������� ----ret*?  Idaho, are here this week on a visit  with the latter's parents. Mr, and Mro,  J,-A* BeilV -. .."������������������-'  Ttaob^rfc Stacks who suffered n slight  pRiralySle stroke on Thursday morninfr  of last week, is making a very satisfactory tecovery.  A. B. French Whs a Cranbrook visitor at the first of the- weak; taking  one of the children to the hospital in  that town for ireatsaent-.  The grouse shoo tin ft season is due to  close on the 15th. Due so much wet  weather the kill of these bards this  year has been nmetiSlighter than usual;  supply now. Prices, delivered, ������ire:  Carrots, $l.ta0 per 100 lbs*.. Beets* $2  per 100 lbs. Turnips. $i.S0 per 100 ibs.  Parsnips, ffgLKO per 100 lbs.    Bichard-  enn. ISriCHSOn..  V-Sllrtge treasurer W. O. Twylor had  a busy morning of it Friday taking in  tax payments to escape 'the penalty  that went into effect on Octobes 1st.  At* the present tisne less thas S159 of  the 1827 taxes are unpaid.  So much ruin during the past month  hue put the ground In such a. condition  that logging is about out of the. question and the Putnasn-, palnrieV &  Staples, Limited, sn win ill is likely to  havtf   to   shutdown   until   conditions  iiiipsSiVe.  ��������� !?sis- '���������' I    fl-!-  from this showing and  taken away  by purchasers immediately*  ^Stt^-nM?      m***\****$ ********** S3 m^^_g_y  vFoem Na. 1&  [Section 39)  ���������vy.  *.9        ',������w..a>.������*.  October session on Tuesday anight,  when highway matters will, be a feature, of the session.  Miss P. Rohinson, who   is   on   tht  Central School teachanjar staff at Cran-  ������.rtHTH5sa,   SpStib     ues^j     **e*c4ei'3uC|     wiiii     SBCF  brother, H'.. L. Robinpon.  Wa"*stbd���������"Work horse, about eig-ht  years old, 140������ lbs., state price. Will  trade alfalfa for n. coiaple of yearling  entile.    "W. E. Beard, CampXieter.*  Notice of Intention So Apply  .    Purchase Land  &&*  In West Kootenay Land Rwordlngr District of  i of British Columbia, and situate  Province <_  in Arrow Creek  Goat Mountain.  valley on east slope of  TAKE NOTICE that E������e Prank Arrow-  smith, of Cresttm., B.CL occupation, Bcinster.  isstesds to apply ter psrmissios to poreisass the  following descxibed lands: Commencing at a  post ptetst-efl otm foot from Sooth East comer  of SuWofc ISO of Lots 4582 and 4595; thence 20  chains west; thence20 chains south; thence 20  chains east; Eheaes S? csiaias nosrtli, ��������������������������� containing 40 acres mora or less. .   EFFIE FRANK ARROWSMITH.  Dated September 5,1327  Psgs���������>"5To������n*?  pag'4   for   sale,   Berk-  shsre-Duroe   Jersey  cross,  ready   for  sro!s?ff r>f>������*������-     A, G.  f\*.t-'ir.%**%^. J.ja.mZ .  C������������x,   Vaness  ���������3reafeon.  ranch  (Alice - Siding).  G. A. Msttun, Crest oil's chiropractor.  Is e%fc*������s������dsf*fi'? his **rsoti*^9 to Itsclasds  Yahk, which point he visits Wednesday afternoon and Timrsday morntni;  of each week. .  The fall fair nifcht rdanee thi������s year  was put on by Mare. Xyster's orche^tra^  in the Parish Hall on Friday nijrbt,  and attr-tcted an attendance of some  75 couples." who thoroaighly erjoyed  fche "hop".  eratnaaia took ehaifSe of the  preparatory service af. the United  Church afe Cranbrook on Friday-night,,  returning on Saturday. Mrs. Herd-  man, who is a hospital patient in that  to-vvii, cosi&ssiues to ijua'se a satisfactory recovery.  A number of homes in Creston are  dining* off cantaloupe this week, due  the thoughtfulness of out former  townsman, E.y-0. Gibbs. now of Pen  ticton, wiso snlppeca^las s JfiGiz of the  Okanagan variety for distribution  amongst old time friends.  Secretary W, G. Hendy of_ the Bod  and Gun Chsb has heen ofiielaHy advised that tbe Creston Valley is given  a two day open i shooting season ton  pheasants this veur, October loth and  16th. Cock birds only may be taken,  and the bag limit is  three* each  day.  . _-_ j  fair enjoyed a genearous patronage,  both reporting an intake of about $100.  The 20 cent coupons given to the  children by the Jwbilee Committee  ���������saved the day, as the prizes in ihe  races were paid in goods this year.  Christ Church Ladies' Guild gathered  in $30 at their and refreshment booth.  J������&.       on       _p"*rt^^Bia3������ofrS*fc       em*z*mirXm~i\*&     evs*  Thursday night last the work of ihe  Young People's Department of Trinity  United Church was reorganized for  the season, with Hiss Olana. Morrow!  re-elected president; Miss Minnie  Strong, vice-president; and Vic. Mawson,   secretary-treasurer.     The   com*  U������������W,-������T      %.,������*, WKH^J, fc-      'tkbV       i*0t\s&        IA. CtkM.llp  and Misses Rita Strong, Annie Smith  and Violet Morrow. Laet year the  Y.P.D. had a membership of 48, and  an equally active season is looked for  this winter.  Wan. Ramsay of Nelson, district  public woaks engineer, was here on an  inspection of the new bridge and other  improvements naade on the Hunt  stretch of the Kitchener road enst of  Q������Kt. i*Slv#������r9 ??;lie ffias - ������iven ins*������ru������?  tions to J. D. Spiers, local foreman, to  put in a couple of camps between Kuskanook and Sttnca and get a crew of  about twenty nu*n to get on with  clearing the right of way of the  Kuskanook end of the Kuskanook-  Gray Creek road. Similar crews are  I to be put^ to work along the other  stretches pf the highway, and clearing  operations will be In full swing this  week.  mmuhutt unmhn  ���������aiilftlgil^  11 a.na.���������W3TNNDSI*.  Ju  New Stock of  i. x<at������ 4AO������o      v  Second Hand Store in  connection  M*  s  tf;m,i  Shoe and Harness Repairing  sr'SJm'tkr '��������� mixvwBm+jr/rwvc /*������fn?  ������ sntw^uytazsKYs^ssm* \mmm���������jL, ,  ���������: uAINs "Wiji:H l&NOL  -,"'��������� 'lI wa& nervous,, run-down, and n������y  druggist- recomuiended Vinol. X have  gained 5 pounds and reel 200 per cent.  better^'-^Marie Kemmel. "You begin  tc������ afeel stronger, eat and sleep better  the yety FIRST week you take this  simple, strenghthening iron and cod  liver; compound. VFor oyer 2& yeaia  Virivd has helped weak, nervous wo-  55ser5, over-!4red dien. snd weak wfeild-  ren.    Creston Drug & Book Stare.  CpP.R.,  Supt. T.  R.  Flett   of   the  town. visitors at the fair on Friday.  Due tt������ the heavy demand for cars for  the grain -haul it is just possible saw-  nsslls-"operating ������>n tie contracts may  be forced to shut down for a Jew  weeks.  Trioaty United and St, Stephen's  Presbyterian Ladies* Aid novelty  stalls- and refreshment booths at the  . -          -       : P  I  MeGLAJIY'S  ������ '.mil'lOl i 1ws I y u ������a tin  Sgas aasBB  DQE  3a:=3at=  sHSIE  aisiE  3BI^!3!=  i\^m  ���������    iYof oniy %*irc&iafes Meat aii oner tite siovaus���������sneez-  ding forth a Cheery Glow*thai speaks  t of Cosiness and Conxfort  ������  Imagine a heater that you can sit beside, and  enjoy  the ^ waraith that radiates from it-  circulates warm air all over the house-  -<*  -a auaeaivoF  heater  VUZ&tt  that  glows with the cheery brightness of a coalfire! Such  is, the ? new McGIary ".Kadiant" Heater1���������the heater  that combines vail these advantages���������thatjs handsomely designed���������an ornament to any room���������and excep-.  tionalljr low in i^rip^., . Heats three to four rooms.  SERVICE  B  rtf  tran^f or an���������  Two Essress Tracks at Your Service  U! fIjillH  /  eaa^awfugi.inifi.wwjwwiiifwwwt  ^S^mftm  ^S^^^tm, ms\.        "*S? "i "*2 &������S>'���������������9   R9   ^t^Sf.      ^SSWm-   MMj^  vUAL ftiicl VVOOO  COAL IN STOCK ALWAYS  DoNot Lose JsuDs*tes  ���������*.  Once used always used.    I deliver between Cranbrook  and Kuskanook.   ^Service at all hours.  A Winter's Supply Goa  Let us quote you prices.  APPLES HAULEDaf Short Notice  Nothing too large or too smal **  rlli OllUi 0 SldilSBO aiiji QISTailGO  Owl ��������� m M Vv    ***     IfaflS.  Qs **5sS? '^s^ '0 fi  ���������-r-���������-rby delaying   to   deposit youe  savings^  JF ������^s������ c������as32st visit "its p&monaSlfm  "������������������ send-your deposits by malL Have  the oatiarfactioit o������ knowing that your  '-money is safely protected and in  earning interest regulaity* #m  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Catpkal Paid Up $20,000,000 /  Reserve Fund $2O������0OOiOOO  i  awnaai  Creston Branch  miKiigBiiiTraiii  IX. J. Votbas, Mavn-Biier  WlilMIWiPl  P. BURNS & CO., UA  rit^rM      m*M MiMtt ^ ^^^^^^^ m^      iir^TM ^^^^^k |^t*^^^l.     ^TMhft |M    *WT*a       rfA 4Mb   **ia mX^SSmW*** mW^^S\  Meat merchants  ' f'|iM'"l  ��������� I,..-, m.ni mum)  iPCt^DBEialaiSGlG  -3QIS1DC  Sz  Ja^KmaGSga^EiB^  |TBY OUM  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dieh.eaay to raorvo.  tSwiantroch Brand HAtWlj. BA.t+tJfN ana 0^*Jf���������������J  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government griatlocl. highest qwillty.  M*KIs.SH. and \j>MJKslSJ rMS}**  nil varlotloa. *  Choicest BEEh, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  ���������MM.   ������*,<������**������������������������������   mm* mm m m      *���������%*-%*** ������W*ir������**r   wW**r%Mr%.  MS UmtiVk������    MSU>������UjHlIU 'if <M%Jjl* a m% m    *' WW _  lner*������aiiKsa fffg -_pnroclK������t.(nu nnd p^othract1*!* bettxn** poultry.    Biajr tho h������tit.  I


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