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Creston Review Nov 4, 1927

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 /  J>>  .Vol. XIX.  ^-(j-irjTrsQrwyx ^T  V>JLVl5������0 a \Ji***"������ ,  Canyon is to have mid-week Church  of England service on Wednesday  evening at 7.45 o'clock.  Mr. Butler Ief fc a few days ago on a  trip east, and wiii make, his Erst stop  * At Hoehelagat Quebec.  Word has jisefc been received Ibafc  Rita, youngest daughter of Sip, and  and Mrs. Wetherbead of Nelson,  formerly of Oauynn, has been taken  with a siighi attack of infantile para-  /  The -first killing frost of the season  was on October 3lst���������establishing a  new reeofd fas* lateness. PrevioiiBly  October iuth -was tlao latest day for e  real freeze up. On Monday there wai3  8 decrees of frost, and 10 on Tuesday  morning'.  Due partly to a friendly  warning  issued  the children Canyon's hallow-  e'en celebration was free froan doings  that gave residents any trouble reaaae  dying the nest dasy.  Gordon and ���������J!UFord Vance have  taken a log cutting- and skidding contract tzQva A. 6s Sa*nue!son in the  winter's logging the latter will do for  the sawmiii J. P. Johnston is putting  in at the siding.  The Niblow hosne was the rendezvous Thursday night last of most all  the Canyon ladies for a miscellaneous  shower tendered Miss Dorothy "Nib-  ]n*a*Y whose nrarriaee to Albert Da vies  of Creston took place st the\snd of  the week. The bride-elect was remembered with naany very timely gifts and  a -very pleasant social evening was  spent by all.  p *  At, tfe������ ballowe'en masquerade t%t  the CgHtluuhity Hall on Friday night  prizes for be9t costumes were awarded  holders of  the winning tickets on the  J.w.^0   tJ.ta.%J   tr.Kft.-.a umwu ������W.  Yard fireman T. Barrett spent Monday and Tuesday with his family at  Cranbrook. Bob Quinn, B & B master, was also a visitor for the same  pes-ind.  Owing to repairs being made and a  new apron placed on the slip at Proe-  ter the barges were not on the snn  Sunday or Monday nights, consequently most of the erew were at the  divisional city for the weekend.  Miss Li'y Wilson who has spent the  pact month ora a visit with, Mrs. C. M.  Gnodmau at Cranbrook, returned to  her home here on Thursday.  .tAer������<rm  Wm*3mCfmf*S.  B. C.    Mutual  Armistice  Creston Branch of the r Canadian  Legion had the November meeting on  Tuesday night, with a splendid fcurn-  loafc of members. Col. Fred Lister,  president, was in Charge, and much of  the evening was taken up with Armas  tice Day observance.  'A committee waa: named  to  handle  the  usuai  sale  of por������pie������, ai  Benefit   Association.  v cat^cabEJCixro  y  ^*-.**m+*r*  551   %H5 ���������*,5"   ?5������*!*3 uu   ������.rL������-c:  cva*L*i wsVM/O  John Mat shall arrived home from  Vancouver this week, where- he has  heen for almost three months undergoing optical treatment.  Mrs. Birney of Vancouver, a former  resident of Erickson, was a visitor  here a few days last week, a guest of  Mr. and Mrs. Webster.  A*Jl 1 .  .. ������������ *-1    *AJf .  ���������cxr   rA.   McMurtrie left  at the first of the week on a visit with  friends at Nelst. n.  <y  Mrs. Theo. Moul, nee Violet Marshall, underwent a/serious operation  at the General Hospital, Vancouver,  at the end of October, and is reported  to be doing nicely.  ���������letf JS.������iott, "Hobin Hood," aaa  iw   rs.  l*5f������,������.'������T  Alberta, this week, but^will be back  for the purchase of another couple of  carloads of cattle before looking elsewhere for supplies.  There, .was considerable activity in  moving carty, buggies, harrows, cultivators, etc.,along tfcfjahighway hallow-  e'en but little, if aJoyV damage to pro-  Sl^h ^KEr^Bal"^ "5s ^1J perty is reported.  is  where commencing on Saturday, 5th,  and , the usual generous buying is  looked for.  bov Armistice Day. Friday 11th, the  exercises will be. at the monument  contenehcin^ precisely at .10.55. These  will include the placing of wseaths,  tne two minutes silence, a bi-eef address by Rev. W. Greer, and Last  Post. For..these exercises all teturned  men are asked to be at the Edmondson  store on Victoiia Avenue, opposite the.  United Church, so that the parade  can move off promt at 10.45.  The Legion decided to take a lease  on the Edmondson building and will  Start work at once to fit it up for a  permanent home, and expect to be in  pOhfaession at the first of December.  It was also decided tc have a Legion  bridge drive early nest month.  At the close of proceedings refreshments were served and a very sociable  time was spent &lth . music furnished  largely b*f as 'orsliesfcra' made tin of  Geo. Davie, T.-R."}.. Mawson. Jock  Osborne a nd Bill Crooks, with Messrs,  Mawson and Osborne contributing  violin and vocal solos respectively.  and. in for aaa tion can be had from P.R.  Truscott, Creston. - >  Will the party who, presumably, by  error took th������������ empty fruit jars from  the Creston Valley Go.Operative store  kindly return same to the store,  Mrs. C. Parker of Spokane, a former  resident off Creston, was- renewing  acquaintances��������� in town, this week, a  guest of Mrs. 3ohn=Arrowsmith.  Gov? F������K Sals���������Pssrehrad Kolstein  cow, sis: years old, will freshen the last  week in November, price righfe? for  quick sale.    W������:H. Hilton, Creston.  Ar. the November |^���������etiii$f <***���������������' Tn^a-  day night the Legion arranged for the  usual Armistice sale of poppies, to  opi*n  oaa  Saturday, and close Fariday,  11th. - *������������������������������������* "..  '���������       '.���������'���������.,���������     -������   --,-.  Jas. Cook got back on Friday from  attending the National Conservative  convention at Winnipeg, following  which he spent ten days with friends  in Toronto^ G^fc.  Local and Personal  "The Women's Institute meets November 11th in the .United Church  basement. From 4 o'clock the members will he'at home to any ladies who  care to come to tea.  The Presbyterian Ladies" Aid remind of their annual chicken dinner  to be held an the United Church basement to-night. (Friday) from 6 to 8  o'clock.    Adults 50c.  Dairing his stay in town Walter  McRaye. who spoke oaa "Canadian  Authors." under Women's Institute  auspices, on Tuesday night, was a  guest of Mr.farid Mrs. Jas. Cook.  The Legion have completed arrangements for the custoahas'y observance  of Armistice Day, Friday. Nov. 11th.  with the exercises to take place at the  tnonaauientproniptlyatIIa.ru.  Due to a decided shortage of ties the  C.P.R-. has"found it necessary to  squeeze out a saipply of cars for Putnam. Palmer & Staples. Limited, and  the sawmill resumed cutting about a  week ago.  BtaEH���������On October 27th, to Mr. and  Mrs. Frank Botterill, a son. :: -  v Mrs. Kel. Andrew left at the end of  the week on a visit*with relatives- and  friends in Vancouver.  Brisk bidding is expected on the  root crop that will be sold by Lung  Kee at the Haskins' Ranch, south of  F. JV. Kiingensmith's, at die auction  sale on Saturday, 5th.  Erickson's Doukhobor family are  holidaying at Brilliant this month,  attending the "memorial exercises ��������� of  the l������tte Petei Veareigin, and welccrai-  ing Veregin, Jr., to tbe colony.  The Creston Co-Opera���������ive Fruit  Exchange closed their packing shed at  the middle of the week. The balance  of the local crop will be handled at  Creston warehouse.  Members of the Whirlwind "Cliib  and a? large number of friends -were  guests of fche club at the home of Mrs.  Frank Staples on Saturday, the affair  being a miscellaneons shower at which  the club president, Miss Jane Long,  was a guest of honor, and at which  she was remembered with������ a great  variety of gifts for the new home, the  .Whirlwind girls remembering her  with a hammered silver rose bowl. A  varied line of hospitality was dispensed b**������ the - hostesses, includih g a contest at which Mrs. H. G. Greenwood  of Creeton was winner. Refreshments  were served, and the affair was much  enjoyed throughout.  --^retft^d c<������^ple, while- ������1^ epaaSc wia-i  ners were Mise Joan Kemp, pteretfce,  and Con. N^aard, tramp.  A wedding of interest took place at.  Sandpoint, Idaho, on Friday last  when Miss Dorothy, second daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. George Niblow, was  united in marriage with Albert Diivies  of Creston, third son of Mr. and Mrs.  A. E. Da vies of Fernie. The bride,  who was given in marriage by her  ; father, *������*?ore a costume of pink georgette with silver trimmings and hat  to match. The honeymoon was spent  in Spokane, the newly weds returning  to Creston early in the week and are  occupying the A. B. Davies residence  at present.  -with "* the" Jewel' Lu-mb^rvVCSrvaipany,  near Wyeliffe. underwent an "operation at Cranbrook: hospital last week,  and is making a satisfactory recovery.  The local registrar at Creston issued  a marriage license to Jonah Brubacker  and Nora Kay Geleston, and it is understood the newly weds will occupy  the former Beazer residence until a  new house can be built on the Brubacker ranch here.  in Nelson a few days at the first of the Sin* *>is customary-two weefcs^ vacation  i .*.cal. *-i. *~ -' -COR1T  eaaapjioyed   week.  "-Miss Marjorie Hamilton left on Sunday for Nelson; where she has taken a   :������:,._  Slrtlar  Mia. Aehely Cooper and daughters,  Loia and Mary, of Wynndel, were  -visitors herewith the foimer's daughter, Mrs. Jim Pascuzzo, for a few  days, leaving here on Saturday for  their new home ub Trail,  Mrs. E. J. Brawn, who has been a  visitor nt Creston . the past three  week j, a gueot of Mrs. Jas. Cook,  returned on Friday.  Engineer W. Nell, who has been on  a visit to Cranbrook and Calgary,  Alberta, for the past ten days, returned in time to take tho yard engine  work on Tuesday night.  M&*. aud Mrs. C. M. Loiasby were  weekend visitors with friends at  Cranbrook.  Rt 0. Proctor, who hna been on the  switch crew tho past three years, h������iB  been transferred to Cranbrook yard,  and moved his household electa on  Thursday.   He left on Tuesday.  Phil. Briggs is back on the switch  crow replacing Boy Prootor until a  permanent succoasor for tho latter  arrives.  Engineer   Sheridan   of  Cranbrook,  %i-lm hail Ql.tu-t{o U*t lUc- tih&onco of  Engineer Neil, rot aimed to Cranbrook  on Sunday.  Engineer B. F. Whiteside of Cranbrook Is a visitor with hid family hoto.  Mrs. Martin and Mrs. ltogera were  SioaV^uCu oa dtuivliwy afternoon at  the tea, In aid of 8|rdnr Community  ������in������l at wtueii tiw i'������ctn|ii>M ������wwa-������ $13.2T>.  M.ta. Heap  and Conductor Hall wer������  Mr. Clark, government boiler inspec  tor,   Victoria,   wa������s    here   last   week  making an inspection of the boiler at  the Winlaw mill.     -  Mrs. Ashley Cooper and daughters,  Louise and Mary, left for Trail hist  Friday, where they will reside in  future.  E.J. TowBon   of  Dublin,   Ireland,  arrived here on Friday, aind will reside  with his brother, W. Towsou,  Mies Flett of the teaching staff of  Wynndel school, was at Cranbrook  for a weekend visit with her parents.  Percy Owl en, who is employed at  Trail, is home for a few days making  arrangements for the removal of his  family to that town.  MIbs Bubterfield, who haas been holidaying at Vancouver for some tiaaae  past, returned on Monday.  Mr. Blaine, tho waiter rights branch  engineer, Nelson, wae here on an  official visit last week.  The Woman's Auxiliary whist drive  on Friday night last was maich enjoy  ed bv all present. The prizes were  won; Liadies' high acore, Mrs. Lc-  Barge; gents', P. Lash at. Conttolatlon  ptlzcB went to Mrs. Davldge and Her-  niun Ofnor.  A v������ry enjoyable evening wans spent  on Monday ut tho children's haillowoVui  party, grownups as well as tho young-  cLena joining in the fun. The school  pupils hud a fancy dress parade and  the prizcu wero carried oft by Inith  Wood lift*''llaillowo'en," iind Itonald  Wall as tho Mpomlc Sisctlon." Siippor  was served, with a distribution of nuts  and candlou to tho children.  Mrs. Chas. Armstrong and Charlie,  jr., arrivfcd home from Nelson on  Tuesday.  There will be the usual monthly  services at Holy Cross Church on Sunday, November 6th.  Miss Alice Enabree left on Monday  on a holiday visit with relatives and  friends at Wardner.  Hariy Benney, who has been working at prairie bat vest and threshing-  has retairned to Creston.  Fob Saxis���������Pathe table phonograph  and about 20 records, in good condition.   Pi R. Trntcott. Creston.  The address at Christ Church on  Sunday evening will be "The modern  portrait of Christ's parable of the  great supper."  Miss Olwen Evans of Cranbrook,  was a visitor here n few daiye thia  week, it guest of her grandmother.  Mrs. M. Young.  Frank Bridges of Cranbrook spent  the weekend here with Mas. Bridges,  who is a guest of her parents, Mt. and  and Mrs. Burnett,  Hiillowe'en passed off very quietly  in Creston, the most noticeable activity of tho juveniles was In tho buainoss  section where store windows , got a  liberal and fantastic soap ornamentation.  LOCAL FRESH KILLED  Turkeys and  Spring Chicken  for Thaanksgiving Dinner  Monday, Nov. 7th  Fowl available Nov. 3rd.  Place fyour orders early.  Rev. S. Newby will be here oh Sunday morning for the usual English  Church Sunday school session at 10  o'clock, with morning prayer and  Holy Goanftauaaaoaa at II.  Geo. Murrell, w%s a business visitor L C.P.R. agent. W. B. Martin  is   tak-  -- - ' *ag his customary two weeks vaci  erseing on 'Tu<������Eid-ay;-':??'In."hi&'ab^  sena^jtt'^ds^M^i^ Society +iare having  Laurie, w. ho was -assistsnt about three   t-h^iv^fr*.n������nin������ :'}**Pk^>n:'-1riS2s?a*SgiSS^S^r  years ago.  The hallowe'en tea given by the  Mission Band of the Presbyterian  Church at the borne of Mrs. R.Stevens  onf Saturday afternoon, was a great  social and financial success, the intake  being-aboait $12. *  The village council has teams and  scrapers at work opening Vancouver  Street through from Victoria to Barton Avenue. The earth as being used  to good advnntage making some need  ed fill on the latter thoroughfare.  The Canadian Legion have overlooked nothing that will make their first  annual ball, Wednesday, Nov. Oth,  enjoyable for their guests. Mrs, Listens orchestra will play, and fche ad  mission is $1.60 per couple. Dancing  at 9 o'clock.  Ca="h trade was fairly brisk at the  Creston office of the, provincial pollers  the iBtgatherincrj' of revenues totalling  almost $400, of which $157 whs for  hunting licenses, 878 for naotor licenses, and fines aind costs brought in  $79.50 for October.  Members and visiting brethren are  reminded of the visit of R.W, Bro. J.  O. Reynolds of Fort Steele, D.D.G.M.  for East Kootenaiy, who wiii make  his official visit to Creston Masonic  Lodge nt the November meeting on  Wednesday night.  The Anglican rural deanery of Cran-  brcok will hold its frill sessions- nt  Creston, opening on November 16th.  The rural dean. Rev. H. U.Oawald of  Fornie wiH preside, aind clergy are ex-  Eeoted from Golden, Invermere, Cran-  rook nnd Kimb-mrloy. ,  0. O. and F. O. Rodgers aire business  visitors at Cialgary this week, leaving  on Sundiay. The latter will be making  hia full and winter bookings of films  for the Grand and promises to hnye  something specially good in the comedy line, particularly, for  the season.  V. C, Russell, the well known Cranbrook photaigrnpher, Wat* hero at the  weekend arranging for a vialt next  week, when he will ho hero Friday  nnd Saturday, Nov. 11th and 12th. in  tho Lamont building. This will afford  a splendid opportunity to get Christinas photos,  Mannoer Mallandaine has a crow of  men at work paaLtiiiajf in a pipe line to  81 vo au laidepftndttnt s-npnly to the ���������now  . O. Rodgers Rawmlll, which will  commence cutting ait the first of  December. In enso of fire tho sawmill  saipply can be diverted Into the village  mains and glvo additional protection.  Tho O.P.R. reduced the Rection  oa-owH to one man and tiic k'occimhu at  the first of the month.  URriiirso  J. D. Spiers, local road superintendent, in company with Wm. Ramony,  of Neloon, public works engineer,  made a trip over tho election of the  '^n.-.U.'ii'.c.oU-'Circ.T- Creek ronrl   bf*tw������",in  their opening aty^ome on  night, 5th, at the schoolhouse. it will  be purely social and a sort of get  acquainted function,, with games, contests,'etc,   There will be no dance.  Young and old alike were out i������  force on Friday night at the hallowe'en party at Huscroft school, under  the direction of the teacher, Miss  ^Cathleen Littlejohn. There was great  variety to the amusements, and supper was also .served. That the affair  was much enjoyed is indicated in the  fact that it was almost 2 a.m. before  proceedings closed.  The October report of Lister school  has just been issued by Principal Par  ker and percentage of (attendance ia  shown at 00.08. Those maklntt highest standings were: Grade 0���������Jack  Bird, Jack Maltliouse. Giade S���������Charlie Multhouse, Agnes Sinclair, Wallace  Sinclair, Peggy Smith. Grade 4���������Polly Oravenko, Douglas McKeo, Frank  Yerbury. Grade 2���������Harry Craven ko,  Douglas Sinclair, Kirk Beard. Giade  la���������Manning Powers, Cyril Bird.  Grade lb���������John Cowley, David Cowley. Raymond McKee. Perfect attendance���������Jack Bird, Tom Cannady,  Harry Caavenko, Kate Cruvcnko, Polly Cravenko. Prank Cowley, Charles  Maltliouse, John Malthnu.se, Frank  McCullough. Gilbert McCullough,  Gladys McCullough, Douglas McKee,  Raymond McKee, Agnes Sinclnar,  Douglas Sinclair, Wallace Sinclair,  Frank Yerbury.  of the week. Clearing of the right of  way is now in full swing the whole  length of the new highway.  There wai6 quite a good turnout of  the Y.P.D. an well an the iidultw mf  Trinity United Church Friday night  last to hear O. G. Young, superintendent of Non-European Missions of tho  United Church of Canada, speak on  the topic, "Onnnda'a Problem." In  addition to the religions aspects Dr.  Young dealt with tliu oLhiu* ptiaHUH of  the life of our non European residents  In Intensely Interesting fashion  Wnlter McRaiye, thn eminent exf  poncnt of Oanadtiuilani hud a fmlr  turnout on his appearance hero ������n  TuoHtlny night under the auspices of  The Women's Institute. His talk on  Cauiidiam uftaira generally wan thorough and d������5llyorcd In very pleasing  faahion ������tnd was so favorably received  that arrangements art* to bo mado (for  his HMippHaranco at an early drite-  Mvh. R. (Stevens,   the laiHlltuto. prw.i-  iJfc.,,.....������,.k."t>..���������'���������W.   S-.       Wt^^t.       .<"l (M    V  I.   -   -    .������ .......        ...     ���������..    ..... .... ........  Snnca  and the latter point nt the first | dont, presided very capably. jaCHPffl   REVIEW,   CRESTON,   B.   a  Its fine qualities preserved in the  modern Ahmunum package.  ������**  is good tea  It!  RED ROSE ORANGE PEKOE is extra good.  Tlie Misuse Of Gasoline  The number oi  tragedies  reported in Westeam newspapers this fall'tis  resulting from, the careless vise of gasolinja and coal oil is simply appalling.  of life, terriblw Injuries to others, a^el dr-sstruetsOB  is tlie toll -which .has-been taken, and hardly a-week passes tlaat the total dooa *  not mount still higher.  The Fire Commissioner for Saskatchewan in a recent radio address stated  that,  on  the   average,  twenty-five  lives  are  lost  annually  from  this   cause  ;?lone.    It  is  probable that  tbe loss is just   as  groat  ir>   the other vrost*>"?\  provinces. .  In ono small district in Saskatchewan three such disasters occurred  within a few days of each other, resulting in four persons receiving severe  burns, the complete destruction of one homo, and damage ttfc another. In  ' another-district two boys were burned, and in a thii*d district. &'young lad  was so severely burned that he died. All these accidents occurred at practically   the .same time.  Although gasoline may be sold, in red tins, or containers plainly marked"  as to.their contents, the fact is that the- gasoline is all too frequently emptied  Into other  receptacles which are not marked,  nor properly sealed.       It is  Canada's Furniture Industry  B.C. Is Third and Manitoba Fourtti In  Number Of Factories  ; The Dominion-Bua-eau of Statistics  In their recent report on tlao lurnP  ture industry in Canada for 1924 and  1925 sttpply the following figures  which cover the ? greater part of the  furniture made is Caasda. There are  some woodworking factories, however,  that cto cabinet work a������ a'', sideline  which are JiieiucitSd under - other  classes of Manufacture. Out ofVa total  of 336 esiabiisiairienU, 208 wero situated in Ontario, 65; in Quebec, 25 in Ba*l-  ti3h Colombia, "17 in Manitoba ancl the  remainder scattered among tho other  live proviuees.   V  tro-y'ue.Htiy  iiiiSta^ieti   iOi*   CGHji   Olj.,   ctXlvk   i>veil   jlOC   T������'3.lci  Furthermore, many people forget, and an even larger number of children  do noc know, that the greatest danger from these liquids arise from their  vapors. It is the vapor from, gasolne mixing with, the air which becomes a  highly explosive article, aud the lighting of a match, or an electric spark,  means a fearful, explosion. Even a can. which has contained gasoline, but is  emptied, may still retain a ���������quantity of this vapor, and bringing such a vessel  near a lighted lamp, a stove, or? a lighted match may mean an explosion.  Gasoline and coal oil should not be used, to light fires. To so use it is to  invite disaster. Gasoline is now largely used in cleaning clothes, but everybody so xislng it should exercise the greatest care that there is ao Hame or  lire of any kind near at hand. In fact, gasoline for cleansing purposes should  only be used outdoors and away from all fire. If the weather is such that, outdoors work is impossible, then do the work in a room in which there is no  fire and which is lighted *by natua-al daylight or an incandescent electric light.  Never have a lighted lamp near. Clothes cleansed in any way with gasoline  should be hung outdoors in the open, air to dry and be left there until the  last vestige of the gasoline fumes has disappeared.  When one stops to" realize that it is the vapor" from gasoline mixed with  air and exploded by a tiny electric spark in our motor car engines that drives  Touchy Corns Reli  By Marvel Liquid  Instantly, the ache stops���������-the pain  goes away,���������that Is tho immediate  effect of Putnam's Corn Extractor.  Paint tlae corn or callous with "Put-  naanV', and the corn will shrivel up.  After a few applications of "Put-  saans's" the corn will di'op out. No  pain, or disappointment. Putnam's  does the work-���������a sure pop corn, remover. Get a bottle from any druggist.    Refuse a. substitute.  Keeps Tab On Geese  Jack Miner Receives Many Tags From  Birds Shot Up North  Regularly each year Jack Miner  placeu metal tags oai the legs of geese  which sojourn In the Miner Bird  Sanctuary on their migrations north  and south. It is interesting to note  how regular these birds are in their  habit of returning year after year to  the same place to rest. Jack Miner  recently received 2S tags from George  Cotter, of Fort George, Que., on James  Bay, These tags were "collected by  Eskimo^ and were in number antL date  as follows: 3, 1922; 3, 1923; 1, 1924;  15 1925; 15, 1926; and 5, 1927 (spring).  TRIALS OF INDIGESTION  Minerals In Dead Sea  British. Syndicate Secures Concession  To Work Ancient Body Of Water  , For Mineral Contents  A concession for reclaiming the vast  mineral resources of th ebead Sea,  The London-Sunday1'Times learns; has  been awarded a British syndicate,  and the America.**!'and continental tenders have been definitely rejected.  The syndicate which has secured  the concession will be a subsitdary  company of the-Imperial.-Chemical'Industries, .Ltd;, a great chemical combine with a capital of $356,000,000, including the Brunner and Mond interests.  Expert examination,., according to  The Times, has shown that the Dead  Sea Is a practically .,* inexhaustible  source of potash and that its exploitation will probably be the malting, of  Palestine.  Might Solve Problem  Empire Manager Agency Proposed In  Old Country  The London Daily Chronicle, editorially, under thecaption,"Matrimonial  Agencies/' says "as everyone knows,  there are more women than men in  this country, and in some of the'-Dominions, there are more men than women. Here is a surplus of women,  many of whom, it is whispered,, want  husbands, whilst men in the Dominions are eating their hearts out for  lack of wives.  Sir Goorgo Macliluna, formerly.  Quartermaster-Genei-al ih "tatlia, suggests a remedy. Why not an Empire  matrimonial agency, conducted strictly on official lines, by the Council of  Empire Settlement, with, photographs  and testimonials, previous experience  not required. It seeans an almost feasible plan."  nmMMHH m. v "fen  \J*%*.m.    iUvwiIji   UitS   uj.cs  flavor off firesb, ripe fruits.  Ie  is   beneficial   too,  cleansing mouth and teeth,  soothing the throat  aaad helping.  digestion*  Corns crlpt>le" the feet and 'make  walking a torture, yet sure relief in  the shape of Kolloway's .Corn .Remover'is? within reach of all.  +K  3S���������  cars along our streets and hlgliwa^-s at high rates of speed* they will  gain some idea of the terrible power of this vapor and realize how great care  Khould be taken in Its use.  Possibilities Of the North  Says Hudson  Bay  Railway Will Open  Up a Great Area  ''In five to' ten years the Hudson's  Bay Railway will be amply -justified in  new towns established, power plants  erected, the country utilized and the  possibilities of Northern Canada developed," said James A. Green, retired  la*on anagnate of Cincinnati, who was a  visitor to Winnipeg recently.  It was the beginning of a new era,  saiid the American visitor, which  woaald revolutionize the whole life of  the Dominion. Tlae railway would  open up a great area, of tremendous  waterpower and enormous hakes with  alanost unlianited supply of fish of ibe  finest quality.  It was as good..a ga*ass country aa  Texas, Ma*. Green said, and there were  thousands of square miles flt for cattle. He poiaited to tlao future possibility of domesticating tlao caribou, as  had already been done in Alaska, and  ko provide a moat supply "world without end."  Stores In Canada  Over Billion and a Half Of Capital Is  Invested  There are 66,814 stores or shops in  Canada in which merchandise is sold.  The total capital investment Qf these  establishments is $1,580,123,723,, according to a recent compilation aixade  by the Canadian Government Bureau  of Statistics. The amount invested  in retail stores is $914,990,830; in  wholesale, $'176,559,514; in stoi-es doing both a retail and wholesale business, ?18S,5r3,349.  Tho total purchases of the store's  were $2,321,078,297 in a single year,  divided: Retail, $1,225,016,362; wholesale, $812,139,031; wholesale and retail, $283,922,904. The sales totalled:  $3,030,663,185, divided: retail, $1,642,-  103,468; wholesale, $1,021,920,931;  wholesale  and  retail.  $366,638,786.  Hirrors About finis jLTouoie into  Which People Fall  Many people so far misunderstand  the digestive system asr to treat It  like a machine; neglecting it until it  works sluggishly, then Irritating it  into work again by the use of purgatives. The stomach needs help at all  j^imes, but a study of the process of  digestion will show that purgatives,  as commonly .taken, are seldom necessary and often harmful.  To safeguard your , digestion the  diet must be controlled. Over-eating  Is always harmful, but one must assimilate enough food to* supply tne  needs of the blood/. Remember, the  blood has to carry -nourishment to all  parts of the body aaid find fuel for its  energy. Heaice when the blood becomes weak and fails to do its work,  indigestion arises. Therefore the sure  remedy for indigestion is. to'build up  the blood. If you suffer from siny form  of indigestion choose your diet carefully and take wholesome nourishment. Above all, start building up.your  blood by taking a course of Dr. Williams'   Pink  Pills.     Then   under   the  Resumes Career As Sailor  BOOKS BY  Nellie L. McGuiig  Popular Western.Author   ?  NOW  SELLING  AT  ..$i.6o'vJEACHV;?' -.  "ALL WE LIKE SHEE  "PAINTEH FIRES"   -.���������     ^ U.B*MJW  M.   JKSBA1 AliV  "IN TIMES UKE THESEV  Books   for   everybody   ���������r-   Father,  Mother,   Son and  Daughter  Procure   from '"your   bookseller   or  THOMAS ALLEN, Publisher,  266 King Street,, W. Toronto  Injured Woman Travels By 'Plane  Advised by her doctor to get to Loudon, art quickly as possible, a woman  who had been injaared at tho winter  fiports hi Switzerland, reached Paris  by train, thence Hew to London otl :m  improvised cot. on tin airplane. She  made her will before starting.  ���������J'he visitor (to convict"): What are  you doing -uewhig?  Iliii'd *?"iu-i������':   No, rt'UpinM,  BABY'S OWN  for we  Many children dlo trom the assaults  of worms, and tho ilrst care of mothers  should befto see that their infants are  free from these posts, A vermifuge  tlaat can bo depended on is Miller's  Woa*m Powders. They will not only  expel worms froan tlao system, but act  as a health-giving medicine and a  remedy for many of the aflmonts than.  besot iaifjinlH, enfeebling theaaa and  cndaiagering thoir 11 ven.  influence of the mm  supply.  your digestive system will respond  naturaliy, your aippetito Improve and  your food will do y6u good. So begin  to improve your digestion hy starting  to take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills now.  You can got these pills from your  druggist or by mail at CO cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockvlllo, Ont.  Prince Qecrge Takes Post "On British  Flagship Nelson  Our sea dogs of tlie British Navy-  stroked their whiskers_lja; glee when  Prince George resumed his active  career as a sailor, for.there has been  reports that he might forsake the navy  for the army.  The Prince, who ranks as it lieutenant, is now attached as French intea*--  preter to the staff of Sir Hubert  Brand, commander in chief of the Atlantic���������a job which will pay him one  shilling ancl six pence, or about 36  cents aday, in addition to his regular  pay as an officer.  ���������Prince George will be stationed  aboard H.M.S. Nelson, Britain's newest flagship which became tho fleet  flagship on tho anniversary of Kelson's historic victory over the Franco-  Spanish fleet off Cape Trafalgar 122  years ago.  Just before starting for Portsmouth,  the Priaice witnessed a spectacular  film fli'c which recalled his own. experience in China on New Yosir's .Eve,  1926, when ho was attached to II.M.S. ���������  Hawkins, and with other members or  the crew fought a Hong' Kong fire,  aiding guests to escape.  Has  Had   Long  Rest  Built by James Watt, in 1797, the  "Sun and Planet" engine is hi working order again after forty-two years'  rest. The engine is now in the  science museum at South''Kensington,  and was put in motion -recently foa*  the first time since 1.SS5, when it was  dismantled and. moved to the museum?  An Oil For All Men.���������The sailor, the  soldier, the fisherman, te the lumber-'  man, the outdoor laborer.and all who  are exposed to injury and the elements  will find* in Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  a true and faithful friend. To ease  pain, relieve colds, dress wounds, sub-v  due lumbago and overcome rheumatism, it is excellent. Therefore, it  should have a place in all home medicines and be amongst those taken oaa  a journey.  The first school in the Nethea-lands  for cavil aviation is being financed  through the efforts of the Rotterdam  Aei*o Club which has been assured  that no competing school -will be ���������permitted.  \V  ������������or.  Land' Waiting For the Plough -  Millions Of Acres Of Unoccupied  Lands In Western Canada '  Canadian agriculture rests upoaa lira  unusually goiaoroais endowment of rvul-  tival.able Hinds. Of tho 5100,000,000  acres believed to be suitable for farming, only 60,000,000 aiares ua*o under  cultivation. Tho 240,000,000 acres  awaiting the plough aro capable of  sustaining many added xjillllons of  populatloaa. Despite tlao rapid advance  nf 5so''lr������mnH< in recent yonrn thvro  tiro at. pretumt iai Wen tern. Canada 2!������,-  000,000 natron of unoccupied luaula uit-  unted within ,15 miles of tlae railways  and available for purchase nt prices  ranging aisually from (Jlfi to ?20 per  ov.ro.  Confidence In Hire a cliiiiia plate: if  broken it nany !>n anendnd, hut lt-in-  varlably fdiovvs  whoiv tlie <-a*!iel> v.'U<*  Why Not Steel Houses  Offer   Saane   Advantage   Of   Economy  As Ocean Liners  IE a Pullman car or an oceaai liner  oan bo constructed of steel, why iaot  at house? w        ,  ���������������������        j. ���������  Steel cars and ships tiro waterproof-  fireproof aatd compairattvoly freo frona  depreciation. Oostlug more sit the out-  not, tliey represent. a saving in tlae  end. Stool houses offor tho same advantage of economy and safety.  The American Institute of Steel  Conutructlon which represent:.! ninety  per cent of the stool'manufacturers In  this country, Iuih boon hoping thait  some one would Isivoht a oteol house  that wan coannierclaUy practical.  Timing Speed Of Animals  Sportsmen along tho Pacific coast  Im to'been U-slng tti<jlr atop watcher  on fish aand wild beast fi, A grizzly  bear, pursued through a narrow canyon by an automobile, ram 45 miles  aaa hour. The salvage barneurta can  uvvlm ao fast an 70 miles an hour, Tho  seal, UHiuilly conBldoro*. very tipoody  In tho water, i caul re fa fotir-mlnutoH to  swim ai mile,  MJnard's Liniment "for ChllbE.a5*aa,  Trade depression in Chile is nt'.erib-  ed largely to aiew la.ws passed or  planned.  An Oil Th-*jt Is Prised Everywhere.���������  Dr. Thomas* Eclectrlc ...Oil wa3 put upon the market without any flourish  over fifty years ago. It was put up to  meet the wants of a small section, but  as soon sis its merits became known"  It had a whole continent for a field,  and It is" now known ami prized  throughout this contiaient. There is  nothing equal to it.  Tlae groom at a wedding Is like the  engine of an automobile; never seen  but Very necossatry to make the thing  go.  enum  proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Colds       Headache       Neuritis Lumbago  Pain Neuralgia       Toothache      Rheumatism  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  Alao laottloa of 24 and 100���������Drugglula.  '���������Annlrliii In lb* trail* m*rk (r+m\.\*t*A ti* r;���������������<���������������������<���������> ot 11������������<-r ManiifN(!liti������ or M<wi������mr������-Ho-  saliaftMt������r or HaII<tjria<r������ni<X (AcotTl Haatuyaic Acid, "A. H. A.">. waillo it In woll known  that Amilvan m������ann itayer m*nur������ntitr*������, ta ������MMl������t lli������ ni'ldlo Bnalnnt Iialaattona, ������l������f> 'l'aaklnlw  ������C Wayer ���������tom*-iB������-? wlU Bm ���������i&mjH'-S with,   t&ear a:*nirr������l  t-riua.* anarku  U>a "totftr Cn***,*1* the  REvrnrwv cresto^ b.  a  ������*+.  *.ifw ������ bivi v9i*������  a war  EL.S SBJ?  i**w  E-'S"^ ������ *^'f4^S"B^'rs'ar^   TTi^&i  flUEBEG PROVINCE  "'   Ottawa.*���������-"The    Dominion  tt c  -ment has not the right to j  d-overn.-  1l������-U-rsT������d  liits   jurisdiction   and     interfere     with  .filial, jurisdiction, which under our cou-  V.stitutioa has been given to Quebec or  fjany other province."  P    So staled Premier W. I*. Mackenzie  jiving in reply to a deputation from ihe  ^Canadian AllidnctefibrfWoinex^s?.Votes',  sin Quebec, who- urged that the "fpomin-  - ;ioii Government take some action to-  "jward   granting   the; "women   of   that  !province   a   vote   in   provincial   elec-  fftions. : Iii .;������������������'     ........  H "3 am afraid,1' continued the Prime  IJMinister, "that the Government jof the  flprovince of Quebec might not appre-  Ifctato any attempt by lis to tell it what  ff'it should do." ���������'������������������'������������������ v  |f This did not mean that the Domin-  tflon Government, he said, as not sympathetic to the request of .the_ delega-  i|!los"i;I;^tiS;yit?'i^3fel>e borne in mind  .SIthat under the' constitution of our  ^country certain rights were given to  lithe federal parliament while other  H'rights were under the jurisdiction, of  if? the ?? respective provincial govern-  Jmeats In federal elections,' woanen'  V? coul&yyoie*;y but the Dominion Ckrtv-  ������| ernment could������ not proceed to interfere?; with the? rightVof' any? of the -provinces in respect to- the question as  to whether women should vote in provincial elections.  J "I think you aa*e iu the wrong  'SP. court," interjected Hon. Ernest La-  3?po5ute, minister of justice. The pro-  ':pi vicces were just as supreme within  Vp tlie particular ambit of their jurisdic-  ?|f tion as the Federal Government was  || within the authority conferred upon  it under "the British North America  Act.  ������&&&SEBg i assiaasfii-cifii iu  y    Approve Trade Trejily  ,i <i~* ���������*��������� ^   -*  ** ������������������   **-  "r A  Canadian-Czecho-Sloval<ian Agreement  t Is Being'Drawn  Up  Ottawa.���������Parliament,-will -likely be  asked at the coming session to ratify a  trader"agreement -"between Catfada and  Czechoslovakia Republic/ Negotia-  tioTis, it was leai'ned, are now well  under way for a trade Ireaty beiween  {lie two countries on ihe basis of the  j       immigration Service Chief     t\  aautual exchange of most favored nation treatment-  * At present a provisional treaty*  oaily, lor the regulation of trade relations; is in?-effect; This proyisibmil  arrangement, signed shortly before  Christmas last, Avill expire liaxt  spring,       ..,-.'.. ��������� - y  D*u'der the "terms of the provisional  treaty now ayf force Canada .extends  to the products of the Czec-ho-Sibvakia  Republic the-rates of the intermediate  tai*ifi". Czecho-Slovakia : in''return, ''ex?  tends anost .favored treatment to a selected list of Canadian products*, coni-  prising in all 71 items of the Czechoslovakia customs tariff.  .trn������ ���������.��������������������������������� -AAtrs.-?  i lagai    vri  Dirigible Abandoned  Visit Of  J. 'Bruce, Walker, chief of the Canip-  diau immigration service in Eutfoplf,  who declares" Canada is seeking  healthy andy self-reliaint settlers from  Great Britain. fi-  Predicts Race Around V  iFB^isir^e AlaABil PAncsnrt Plan  Yukon    Taking    Up    Question    With  Minister Of Labor  Ottawa.���������Percy Reid, gold commissioner for the Yukon, Is in Ottawa to  take up with the Minister of Labor,  Hon. Peter Heenan, the question of  applying .the old age pension legislation to the Yukon.  Commenting oai the visit of the goad  commissioner. Mr. Heenan declared  that, in conference with the premiers  of the prairie provinces, he had br-en  encouraged to believe that co-operation between them and the,. .Federal  Government in the matter of establishing,?, old; age pensions in tlieir respective provinces would shortly produce practical results. The ministei  cited������.the example of Britsh Columbia  in refutation ?of the suggestions made  that Hie  scheme    was unworkable.  "Whatever may /be said against old  age pensions and the iif ty-flf ty plan as  between- Federal' and - provincial contributions," he said, ''the fact remains  that the old people in British Columbia are now receiving their. cheques,  and that is highly important.'?  ������S"i*  M  Sii  M5ld  Fcr  Smallpox In Ottawa  Epidemic   Results  In   Order  jf? Compulsory Vaccination   In  |y. Schools .'-<.-  ������? Ottawa. ��������� Compulsory vaccination  Vf for- all school children in Ottawa in  ���������������I the campaign to suppress the mild e-pi-  :|������" denaic of smallpox In the city was oris dei-ed by the city board of health.  '���������'0. Four free vaccination bureaus will  H': be opened immediately and no child  .jjS-will be permitted to attend school or  ry}} other educational institution unless  |V provided with a certificate of vaccina-  "*'" tion. \  This is the first time iai the history  of Ottawa "that such aai order has  been l'oundi necessary.  Since October 1 there have been  101 cases of smallpox reported i:i the  city aind suburbs, Dr. T. It. Loiner,  city health officer, informed the board  today. Hopewell Island Smallpox Hospital is filled to capacity with ill eases,  the largest number in the past ton  years,..       Los Angeles To Canada Has  Been Cancelled  --Washington.���������Lack of an adequate  and experienced landing ei*ew at  Ottawa caused iho navy department  to abandon the proposed flight of tlae -  dirigible Los Angeles to Canada.  The dirigible, carrying, Sir, - Philip  Sassoon, British under secretary rf or  air, and Assistant Secretaries Warner of the Navy, Davison, of the War  Department and McCracken of the  Commerce Department, was to have  made the trip across the international boundary for the. first time to give  Sirytpjhllip .an rcpportunity ;td? inspect  y si-ss��������� '   tjn"  iwillfbe  British     and     German     Dirigible  Competition     Says    Nevu  York   Writer ?y  New York.���������The New York Evening Po!%says a fac6; -arotaudj the  world yfejetw^en the Gerrnan and British dirigibles looms*'as the high point  of interest in next summer's aea*iEl  dramas. y.  -The paper Q.uotes Howard Mingos, a  writer interested in aviation, saying  that tworairsbips ^e'uaiid^'construction in ., England, each of l^OOO.&ffti.  cubic feet capacity, to be used on|&  mail and passenger service betwelfii  England, Egypt and India. Mingos s*rtld  the Zeppelin Company In Germany fits  building its 127th ship which is ||6  have a gas capacity of 3,500,000 cubfic  feet.     ' V?  'I have just received word t.hat**tlie  British and, Germans    will    probably  instead' din? a?lpcal*fligbt j  from Eakehui'si:, N; J.' ���������; ������ j  A cr^WMweerr 300fand 500 men I race  tlieir  new    slxiPs    on    ;l    IIj4^  is required to land the Los Angeles, j around the world," Mingos. continue^.  This number woaald not be available  at Ottawa during the time when xha  JLos Angeles would have arrived, -the  Snavy saijrS yjikfealliiig off fthe fl^gl^tff;.  Entries From Royal Ranch  Prince. Of Wales To Exhibit Stock At!  Ftoyal Winter  Fair  Toronto.���������The Prince of Wales  again will be represented in the show  ring at the Royal Winter Fair. A. P.  W; Westervelt, manager of the-- fair,  has just received an entry of six pm*e-  bred horses from the "E.P." ranch  owned by His Royal Highness at Pek-  islco, Alta. Two'of tlie'horsea'are''Per-,  clierons'-��������� Princeton' Carmon and  Princton Donovan. Others include Major Summers, Somerset and Somerset  Gaiety,  all thoaroaighbreds.   '  Two years ago the Prince of Wales  won the senior and* grand championships in Shorthorn bulls with bis famous white bull Iiing OC the Fairies.  Strike Still On  M-  Xp.  ���������y  .������'  W;  m  "pu|i|p*|de|Iia Canada  ;  i Amount Spent Last Year Is'Est'fniated  '; At $190,463,000  Ottawa.���������The  tourist trade jai  Can  tida over the past six years is the subject of,a Bureau of Statistics, survey,  which estjaiiutos Jbe amount >p.ent by  Yl^itors .from  otlier coiaittries  in   tlio  VDbaninlcjjv hist ye*tr ^$190,103,000. '}���������  '" Since 1920, ( whon tho nstinaated  jrimount spe\i.t'; wais,; $SS,7������4,0OO, tl^re  has been a pfogroHsive lucrenso each  season. Tourists arriving by oeocin  p<)rts .spent about $R,300,000 wlitie  those arriving by aaulouaobUo siunit  iippi'oxlniiite*!y !l"lor������.000,000 last year.  More 1 la an 2,000,000 naotor cars camo  through Cimadljua ports from the  "Chlted States lanl. yosu-'wlijlo U.SOOjopo  l'allroad tlcUels wero purchased in tlie  United. States for Canadian ports,  ;: Tourist hotel. ;hills-' laust fjoason  (tinountcd to ^25,000,000, of whirl) tl.m  WoKlerji pi-ovincos got $5,000,000. .  End   Of Sensational   Murder Trial   In  Paris  Paris.���������At the end of the eighth day  of one of the most reanai-kable trials  ������?yer , , condaicled ,. inf ���������.^ai-is.^ifsSaixiuel  SchWaa^i^.bard", young Jewish' watch-  ni alter, who assassinated General  Simon Petiura^ Ukrainian. \ separatist  leader, on a Pains street corner 15  months ago, was; set free by the  Court of Assizes.  -Schwartz'bard .was'acquitted on all  criminal counts, but as condemned as  is the custoVil of French coiu'ts^���������to pa>'  nominal one-franc damages to the  family of the victim.  The verdict was returned in 32  criminal .counis, but:was. condeinaed as  treanbliaag voice, but smiling, anuounc-  -eal the aaiquitjal ,*vy;hicla. was <" greeted  '"Willi!ii\.;lapwiVof? f-ippi-bval by the jivm-  vned������^court-room. ..P :    .V?yf .  Most of the S00 spectators screamed  aud cheered, "laughed'iind cried.  "Both ships should be completed oa  next summer. The world flight shoiifd  require between 12 aud li days witb; ;  say, two stops for fuel en route."     'PP I  Su.119 ..  In  No Unemployment In Quebec   ||  Quebec.���������There is practically J|d  unemployment in the province of Qaife-  bec, according to Louis Cupon, depijTty  minister of labor. "Never before lias  ihe province been .through such ;ajn  era of prosperity, judging by the <������&-  mand foa* labor," lie stated, commesit--  ing on conditions. In the district j$f  Montreal conditions are very good aiid  according to the report of the provjfo-  cial employment bureau there, hundreds of men are finding work eitcla  week. V* V  sa!    Miners Are .Working  :?.?..:f ;,y"*���������: '���������/���������iHarv'est Fie!<is?*;t ' "��������� a. .-.  >?Drumh^ler,yiAItayi-The situation in  i he" Drumiheile'r'' coai fieid������ - wh ere a  strike lias been in progress for some  days, remains unchanged from the  firsts day. " Tliei*e has been no excite-  fnient of' ;ahy ;kind. The^yoperatoa-s^are  standing solidly against. tlio? miners  and have refused to meet the men in  joint session. -  The  strike   has had  one   good' feature���������it   relieved    theJ    shortage    of  labor In 'the"threshing.fields, many of  the  striking ���������miners, going but; at   $6  'per day..,' '    V*"! V   ._.     f -?  }.}]'.-'. P,,. .?.   ;  Approximately 1,0.00 miners in six  mines went out on strike demaudirig  recognition of the" Canadiaai uuion".  o ALL All I   KESLuil  OF PAQQraepk  m m������Ptm ship  Rio De Janeiro, Brazii:4iThe;rt^lluia  liner Principessa Mafalda/which soiled fi'Orii'GeifbJi sviili neariy a "thousand  i3assen2fiT's aboard ������v������������������������-a ������Tiorv t.nj ,������r  thein Italian emigiants botnid for a  "land of promise" in South Amea.c:..  lies at the bottom of the ocean off the  ^razilianJ..cojrte4...,>'.i.-:i,r!.. .l$.   , .Rescuing vessels answering the. call  of the Mafaldar3 SOS aretbelieye^lyto  have riesciied all but some 08 out of  a.'t'bt'ai of 9SS passengers aid u: ca-ew  of?240.-   ":     r;v^..:;^ ������������������������������������:������������������  The,-.steamerfsank SO    miles-  from  Porta   SeSTUZ'a     *t    -rtn-rt   -nt   +Tk.������.   .at-.-iiii.rjr  Bahia. .Whetheryshe struck a hidden  reef or the hailk of a derelict, as oaie  report1 lias ;'It, Ss'not' definitely" kuown,.  but long, beforia"the-liiier; disiipi?eared  beneath the waves a serious ace id ent  occurred aboard���������some say; a- broker^  screw shaft, followed by an explosion  of the boilers.  .The story of the', swift rescue . ol  nearly 1,000 souls facing death by  drowning is an epic of the sea fi-augiat  with elements of drama- and heroism.  Had not swiftly speeding; steamers  rushed to the rescue of the stricken  ship the disaster migha^, have, become  one of the greatest in marine history  ���������a history written deeji in. the blood  of thousands of lives lo'st at sea.   ;  As the rescue a?hips lioye^ihto fdglif:  a, cheer went up from the Mafalda's  decks,   then   there  was   an   explosioai  below,  and , the   Mafalda began f-Jnk^.  Ing  rapidly.       This  information  was  broadcast to -the approaching 3*escue  ships.      The commander of  the Formosa   signalled   to   the   other   rescue  ' ships; that be  would  attempt to get  j close to Mafalda:;before     she     sank,  [hoping, thereby-   to     save     everyone  I aboard.      His task -was extremely? el'i !"-  flcult because- of the darkness, but his  daring is hailed by the survivors as a  great deed, inasmuch as: his ship tbok  a large number of passengers from the  sinking Principessa/s decks.  The others ships' crews labored-valiantly;- saving many .'from'" rafts and  .lifeboats-.-.-;'- y-.f '���������>.-?'.?.. -; '"'"'��������� v - ���������:. ; "  ?-:The Mafalda wfei.s valticlcl at 12,000,000  lire ; (about $ S70;0'0) ,and; was irisureci,  it Is'reported; for S.TO'OjeO.O lire? it'car-  ried; freight worth about '2,000,000 lire,  insured 'separately'"'' :-?'    '"''-���������''.:'  ������������������! W.ould Frustrate Robbery  Londoaa.���������Plans for a holdup of tho  etfetirhifff houae for city hauler? wero re-  Tt-ahjd today wlat'ii J I. lifi-.uuw 3;iiown  that following: iufoi-naalioai ree'eirod l.'y  iho authorities an inci'oiatsed ruiiaabor  ami' police ofilcerH and dotnctiveH laaVc  Uieen station nd In the vinlaiUy of the  ���������nleairiiig lioiiiio ovoa*y morning for  ftoiwi llano while elearauRs are belnitt  ���������Jiutde,  w,   M.   u?   non  Garolist Movement Grows  Severe^ Censorship   Has  Been  fEstnb^  1       llslaed In Rbumnnla  Vionna.���������-Reports from Belgrade  say ;a severe censorship .has">been *>s'-;:  tablishod at.Bucharest on all news.  Telephone' 'conununlcatioti between  Belgrade and Bucharest'has boon cut  off and. only olllclia] telegrams., are ai'-  rlving at Belgrade fa-ona the Roumanian capital.   ;  Tho. Carolist movomont, bowovcr, is  khbwri to be assuming a aaiost Hea*iou������  cliaracter, aaad disappointment with  the Cnvoi'nmeaat M declared to be In-  nreuslng. Many of (ho Carol* feupporr-  ora have been ailor-tiHl.  Another despatch says "violonce  liafi brolton out hi Bucharest."  Wheat Yield Record Broken  ��������� Loth bridge.���������All wheat yields In a  ������o:\poai of nrnnr/1np; rotuvnra v,'<**u<- by  tlao boai'd when .T. P. CjOoIc,; of Ma-  ga*at.h, 21 miloa, Sot|th of this city, reported a return of n7fi b'anda'^i-i on a  ploco ol! fallowed land jnoanudng  slightly ovor two acron. Mr. Cook  vouelio;.] for the truth of the yield.  J\ rablega-aan wan recenlly rvnt  around  tlio world  in ea^iat iiimut������ a.  Protect Slavery Methods  Question Raised In .Connection* With  Child .Labor In Rhodesia  London.���������Another otitcry 'agaliist  slavery within tlie "British Empire, the  second., within a week, has,, been raised  in'connection with legislation. reqoutjy  adopted in Soaitbern Kbodesia wliiclj  is said ,to authorize indenture of'cl������il-  dren to work in'.hiaines' and,"tlie V(}i)v-  ping of boys for tilsobecLicnce.  'The Westminster , Gazette, -wbloh  leads the campaign, points out tiisit  the legislation. applies to chlldroai ol  auiy age, gills as well as boys, Hat relay raising grajve aexpal quest Ions.  The paper demands iiatea-fereiice by  the. British .Government..., The Auii-  Siavery Society also Is appeaillng In  parliament.  Western Prize Winners  Women "Capture Several At Handicrafts Guild   Exhibition  Monti*cal.---Westcrn .Canada wr.s  repi'esented among the prize winners  at' the Canadian Handle rafts 'Guild  Exhibition now being held hero.  Among Western prize winners  wea*e: PottoTy, spoclal prize, M'ur-n-  Doris  Cor day,  Sunderland,  B.C.1..  Prizes wero awarded tbe following  for goneral designing: Mrs; .T. II.  Stewart* Iai s el a nil, SaRlt:.*; Mrs. I.lul-  ton, K'eeler, Saslc: Mrs. It. *\VooO.  Grande Prairie, AHa., and. Mrs, J.*\ w.  Ansety, Vaaacouvor, B.C.  Hei*o la n a-ecent. picture of tjoa*d and T.ndy Wllligalon taken af, Animator  ClolC Cltab, Ontario, the uceno of Canadian open aaad International ipluy aaeveral  U'i-������*S\.-> *ti;u.  Wolvet. in Fort WIMiam Area  Port V.TllHam,'r������n1.���������T.ured south hy  abundance -of wild- gaTOOi liiicks i������f  wolves are roporied to liuvn Invaded  tlae forest nounti-y west of "Fort. William, Indlama and trappers, of tbe Kahe  of the Woods district Btrtto that aim  inaratudora an*o fast dopl.o>t*liiff doer ajnl  oilier niaaaU game and, In Inolauid iu-  fjtjanccn hnvxi avltai<*3<ied tn-app^rn. The  wolven, who are r.xtiH to bn ot itf������>  Alaslinn   variety,   Jiave  been   sspori   In 1  THE CBE9TOS  REVDEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  issued every Friday at Creston, B.C  Subscription : ������2.50 a year in advance,  $3.00 to U.S, points.,  G. F. Hatkb, Editor and Owner,  ORESTON.  B,e.. FIMDAY. NOV.   4  8 CTTCR$ Tft THE EfllTAD  bbi i-ubkw iv aisfc. kun un  'jfeS i������9 LeSTgi  Bditob Bkvibw:  Sir,���������In connection with the  recent tag day handled by the  Women's Institute, the proceeds of  whioh were evenly divided between  the Qaieen Alexandra. Solarium,  the Crippled Child ���������rets*'"* hospital  and the Children's Aid Society  Home at Vancouver, there haa  been some adverse orltloisn* of the  action in giving* assistance to the  latter organization on the assurap  tion that it is a*i out and out  gover assent institution and is- not  in need of obarity.  That the Institute's sift of $20  was quite in order will he clear to  all after reading the following re  port on the Society which has been  supplied me by a former Creston  resident, now at the coast, who has  looked into the situation   and   who  44ThtiChiJdren,8 Aid Society of  Vancouver is incorporated under  ������he "Infant A^.t'5 the business  ���������&&& object of the Society being:  H&e protection of children from  cruelty and caring for and protecting neglected, abandoned or  orphaned  children, and? the  en-  *.Vtc������  lowo rslati??0* theTctoL    The  ,p.,i ~������������������������....  . ������U4    M*Mt3tMm������0  V.-JW .-  b������*t7 WiiO  *   tSBJStJ  cious expenditure to improve th������  downtown street li^htinj?. But  Jnst listen to this from the last  issue of the Free Press;  "We hate to  admit it but the  facts ar������s before ns and  we  have  to  concede that Feruae has foF a  citizen   one of the* meanest  and  Tnost contemptible creatures that  ever crawled on the face of God's  footstool  and   we believe that S  out of 10 people could name him.  Not iohg ago a Fernie  was horn and  brought   up  and whom everybody knows and  likes, and who has worked   with  credit both to hia employers and  himself in this town for the past  four years, had  an  opportunity  to  better himself by accepting a  position  in another   town.      Ke  did eo, his employers hor������ reoom  mending  him   and   the  citizens  generally wishing him every sue**  cess 5n his advancement.    Bui at  this stage enters the  devil.    An  anonymous letter is received from  B'ensls   lay   his   new   employers  making a  dastardly   attack   on  the young man'tt moral character  and   saying  everything possible  to injure him in an'effort to have  hian  discharged.     For  pure hellish meanest can you beat it?  I  Pentioton must be real prosperous. Still another jewelry store is  opening for business in  that   town.  At Bonners Ferry winter apples  are offered at 50 cents a sack >\ heu  picked   by    the   buyer.      Delicious  are $1.  ctor   Ordered   Vinol  for  Nervous Woman  r*   number of directors is 35* chosen  from Use citizens of Vancosaver.  "The Society owns three  homes surrcunded by a few acres  of land at 2613 Wall Street.  Vancouver. One home*, called  the Magee Cottage, a fire proof  building erected  at  the  cost   of  >PO',VW.O>Ji,   nao &  gatw tO  vu&   wG-  oiety by Mr. Magee through bis  will. - A three storey dwelling  house is beiug converted into a  receiving home, and the large  home, a frame building, houses  the great majority of the child  ren, as many as 150, bub the  number is being gradually decreased. This building is a frame  construction, is old, and of course  as is the case with all frame  buildings, subject to fire. A  watchman is on guard all night.  As far as I ktaow the building  has not been condemned by Dr.  Underwood, the Health Officer  of Vancouver, who is the reagvons  ible party in such oases.  "*All this property belongs to the  Children's Aid Society, Vancouver assd as it) no sense a Government institution, nor has ihe  Government any control of the  finances or the internal workings  of the Society.  "The Government paid $3.00  per week for each child commit  ted from an unorganized district  to the Society up until 1st of  April. 1927. Since the 1st of  April,1927,the government grant  has been $4.00 per week for oaoh  child.  ''Municipalities pay the Society  for the maintenance of children  committed to its care and private  citizens have been very liberal  with their donations in the past  and considerable revenue ia derived from tag days in tho City of  Vancouver."  As tho Children's Aid Society  has already taken care of at leant  two families of young children from  Creatosa dsatrict it would look  as though the donation of $20  was no1, -only duo the Society, but  was far from being too generous,  CITIZEN".  ���������*I whs weak, nervous and anemic  Could hardly walk. My doctor ordered Vinol, and I feel 100 per cent  "better."���������Mrs. B. Willis. For over  25 years., this slsspJe, s'rcr.j^thGSirig  iron snd cod liver compound has been  prescribed for -weak, nervous women  and_nvpn stnd frail children. The very  iflltssi" -week you take Vinol, yon begin to feel stronger, eat and sleep better.    Creston Drug & Book Store.  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  AMENDMENTS  ACT  Things appear to he going from  bad to wome at a rapid clip at  Femie.      Soar ma   tiane   ago   Editor  Wallace had ticcaason to set forth  some calamity howling that was  indulged in by anomifocra when the  board of trade decided to approach  t,l������������������ noma nil tor r% itjeiiHi-oiiK Bmt judi-  PKE-EMPTIONS  "vacant, unreserved, Surveyed C*owia  lands msy 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 agricultural purposes.  Full Information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions, is given  in Bulletin Ho. 1. Land Series, "How  to Pre-empt Land," copies of which can  be obtained free of charge by addressing the Department of Lands, Victoria,  B.C., or to any Government Agent. -*"*'  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes,  and which is not timberland, l.e.������ carrying over 5,000 board feet per acre  west of the Coast Range and -8,000 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 ror is situated,  and are made on printed forms, copies  of -which can be obtained from the Land  Commissioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and improvements made to  value of $10 per acre. Including clear*  ing and cultivating at least five acres,  before a Crown Grant can be received.  For more detailed Information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt Land."  PURCHASE  Applications sac received for purchase  of vacant, unreserved Crown Lands,  not being timberland, for agricultural  purposes; minimum price of flrat-claBS  (arable) Hand is $5 per acre, and second  class (grazing) land $2.50 per acre.  Further information regarding purchase  or lease of Crown lands is given In Bulletin Ko. 10, Land (Series, "Purchase  and Lease of Crown Lands."  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the conditions Including payment of stumpago.  HOMESITE  LEASES  Unsurveyed areas not exceeding 20  acres may be leased aa������ homealtea, conditional upon a dwelling being erected  in tho first year, title being obtainable  after residence -and improvement conditions are fulfilled and land has been  surveyed.  LEASES  For griusing and tadiukri&l purposes  accaffi not exceeding 840 acres may be  leaned by one p-erean or & -company.  GRAZING  tinder tho Grossing Act tho Province is divided into grazing districts  and tho range adminlatered* under a  Grazing Commissioner. Annual irrase-  Incr permits are issued baaed on numbers ranged, priority being given to  established owners. Stock-owners may  form raasoclatlonH for range manage-  are available tot settlers, campern or  travellers, up to ten head.  iiiviv uinW ���������yyiiiiyiipi  -asb-B'-y^^,-.-^ h_.  r^ever oefore has our stock of eoider-weaiit������!  Bedding been  co  complete as&d  attractive  %-hite and Grey-^ Flannelette Blankets��������� ��������� $2.75  en  ������  X*J.t-������'ll    crt������yrfa     l-?orf-|    v.     ,r*������ ***iT<rr������ virtF. tret  Grey Wool Blankets, from $5..50 to���������  ���������  iiuason  TV  151 ^_^i ._���������*:,.     _n  VV \jKjiy        +p 1 . D\J  Assorted colors.  -   7.56'  per   lb.  JC*JEl^ll������ll ������ i*m&4*a*5'A<'E;!*i^ sag ek&s, fensuaa  Dry Goods  6roeariBs  y  Have Your Feet  v^������infti������rB.aaTL>Ae ancl  Well Shod  by wearing  Murray's Shoes In  New Styles  _tf������ *^ i  ior men ana womeii  and  Penman'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 COMPANY  LIM TED  BRITISH? COLUMBIA  The Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Has produced Minerals aa follows:    Placer Gold, $78,018,948;     Lodo Gold, $126,972,318,  Silver, $80,787,003;    Lead, $108,976,442;   Copper $209,967,068;    Zinc, 050,512,557;     Coal  and Coke, $264,699,133; Structural Materials and Miscellaneous Minerals, $50,175,407; making its mineral produobiou to the end of 1925 show an "  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Production I year ending December, 1926, $67,188,842  Tho Mining Laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees lower than thoeo of  any other Province in the Dominion, or any colony in the British Empire.  Mineral locations aro granted to discoverer** for nominal foea.  Absolute Titles are obtained by developing suoh properties, the Reourity of whioh is  guaranteed by Crown fj-rauali*.  Full information, together with Mining Reports aud Maps, may be obtained .gratis by  addressing���������  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B.~-l*ia������Mciadty all BrltlBh Columbia Mlnoml Pa������oportlcs aapow which development work has been done  are aaVbv-vlbed En aaome ono of the Annual Reports of the Manlnter of Mlnen.   Those considering mining  Investments should arefwr U# ������aa������5li reports. They are avail Able without charge on application to the Department o Mines. Victoria* B.C. Report* of thn Gnnloglcal Survey of Canada, winch Building, Vancouver, aare recommended aa valaiablo auaaircca* of Information.  aiinnnftH nov^riotrj ������ii������h of the Six Ml do nil Survey Districts aro published aaepairotoly, nnd are nvall  able on npplloatloaa.  tWtWM THE  CBES^OH  REVIEW  22  *o������,  HtwS OF KOOTEHAi'S  i������  wo  Jaqueo store window at  Veriaon is shown a puff ball weighing 61 pounds. ���������.  A branch of the Merchants'' Protective Association has been organized at Xsavorsnerc.  Survey work has already started  to give Kimberley direct  highway  Connection ywith > the   Cranbrook  Windermere road.  V The McDougall ranch at Grand  Forks has just shown the editor of  the Gazette ee^en potatoes lhat'  weigh sixteen pounds.  An   average  yield   of 721 boxen  per acre ia ck&imed at Vernon by  ?E. R. Smith, over a five year period*  These were Mcintosh Reds.  The Woman's Auxiliary to the  Nakusp hospital raised $300 for  that institution for their year Jnst  closed.  Due to so much wet weather tha  past three months the big new  waterworks rosea voir at Rossland  cannot be completed this year.  The Herald is demanding that  the council make and enforce regulations to provide more-equitable  parking of autos in the . Pentioton  business section.  According to the Courier Cranbrook is having the finest autumn  in its history. Roses in full bloom  were picked in the pbstoffice garden  on October 20th.  After being a patient in Cranbrook hospital for eight years with  spiite trouble brought on throaigh  logging  acuiaenv  us  xoIsrs. jc&v.I  a.  BiisheLdied."pn October 20th.  At Fernie where schools were  closed about three weeks on account of infantile paralysis the lost  time will be made up by extending  the teaching day half an hour the  next few months.  80 per cent of the men employed  m   ^"afr^Mn  I������tf8  offices of the Consolidated Company  at Kimberley have  just taken   out  -policies evoraging $2000 under  -rxoiip insurance plan.  to Oreston  fof use in the new O, O  Rodgears sawmill. ..  Joe. Belanger and TV. Welsh were  here on  Monday on a hunting trips  Miss Mlidrid Andeen, who attends  high schoorat Cranbrook. was a weekend vitiitor at her home here. -  H.  Lu Robinson  of Creston  was &  business visitor here on Friday, accom  paused- hy-Mrss-,K������.bin8on-  Frank  Staples of Creston was combining baasiness with pleasure at Kit  cheneron Friday.  F. Pym,. district forester-, Cranbrook,  with Capt. Oattfl, .forestry' official at  Creston, was here oh business Thurs  day.  Miss Olga Nelson of Cranbrook spent  "the weekend with  her parents here.  C. R. Paulson of Spokane paid  Kitchener a business visit oaa Thursday.  W. O, Davis was a  business  visitor |  at CreBton on Monday.  TV  to the Old Country  for -  Christmas - New \ Years  Travel  WJ^W^jP^}  Specif Trains and Low Fares to  the   Seaboard   during   December  Leave WINNIPEG 10.  connecting with  a. tit.  Due to thrifty au -pervision by I ts  Scotch president, Jas. Anderson,  Kaslo Golf Club has closed the  year with a cash balance  of  $100.  During the open pheasant shoot*  is*g season the News says considerable quantities of these birds were  shipped to VaneoiBver from Vernon.  A devotional hour and study  class which has just been organized  at Fernie XJnited <Jhuroh is largely  attended, meeting each Wednesday.  Cranbrook branch of the Canadian Legion announce a decoration  parade and armistice thanksgiving  service for Sunday, November 6tb=  F. M. McPherson has just  heen  elected president of Cranbrook District  i������iberai   Association.    W. A.  Nisbet  heads  the  city Liberal or  ganization.  Dr. Allen announces, that he will  discontinue his dental practice at  Kaalo at the middle of December.  He has been located there about  three yeare.  A get together is being airranged  ������>f all the Farmers' Institutes along  tbe Arrow Lakes to see if a  mark  eting organization cannot be form  ed   to  throat  farm products.  Fights 18 Years to Get Rid  of' ���������1?*** -  **1 had stomach trouble for 16 years.  Since  taking   Adlerika   I  fe������������l   better  ~ ittnas  k3mUS,mVmVW^  From WINNIPEG  Hoi. 23 - S.|. MeIHa   from Montreal  DSC.   3 - S.5. liOniulair "  6- S.S. Montrose "  il  ;~= :>--s^������--  fltiaV 11 - S.S.  *t  eliminate   the   present   out   bothered with pas."   L. A. Champion.  competition in che sale of Even the FIRST epoonfail of Adlerika relieves gas and often removes  astonishing amount of old waste matter from the system. Makes you en-  Joy your weals and oleep better. No  matter what you have tried for your  stomach- and bowels, Adlerika will  surprise -.you. Creston Drug & Book  Store.  nee. u - o.S. fiSuiiiSSini  Up to the middle of October  Fernie had a total rainfall of 36  inches. In the past thirteen years  there were *We when the twelve  months' precitation exceeded this,  1921 having 45 inches. The winter  months of. 1926 gave Fernie 110  inches of snow.  - Nov. 25 for Glasgow, Belfast, iempool  = Sis.  E u sS-faits Bfsigs-s.  Userssa!  - See. % -" Belfast, 68asgo^  Userpool  - lies, 14" Sotsh, Gtisrfesarg, SouftasspfOB  ��������������� Sss. 15 " .Belfast, Llisrpss!  Through Sleeping Cars to connect with Specials at Winnipeg  will be operated from Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon  Moose Jaw and Regina  For full particulars ask Ticl-et Agents  W. B* MARTIN, Creston. Ta W. BUNDY, Erickson  Too late for last week.-.  E. Thomas, a provincial game gaiard-  ian,  of Cranbrook- was   here   on   an  official visit one day last week,  B. Senft, representing the Page &  Hi!! Cedar Corapanys Spokane, is here  at present loading out poles.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Johnson and Miss  Ellen Andeen were motor visitors at  Cranbrook on Friday.  F. C. Rodgers -was here last week  with a erew of raen taking some of  the machinery out of the Paulson mill  B   ������"S (���������br���������a fell  f-f-uowa  uio i tiro i  eees  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on TUESDAY, THE 8th DAY of NOVEMBER, 1927, at  the hour of 10 a.m., at the -Court-house, Nelson, BO., I will sell at oublic auction the Crown-granted  mineral claims in the list hereinafter set otst, of *he persons,in the said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent  taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th day of *June,1927, ard for penalty, costs, and expenses, including  the cost of advertising said saleV if the total amount due is not sooner paid.  A Good Bankitig  Connection  MARKETS fluctuate and conditions  change, but the hazards of farming  are less when the farmer is also a business  man.  However, as the farmer has not every  opportunity of keeping in touch with the  Business World, a good Banking connection is especially necessary to him���������the  Bank Manager provides a ready contact  with business affairs.  Our country Managers command the  knowledge and eicperseiice of the whole  Bank, and every local Manager is devoted  to furthering the interests of the community in which he resides. -  Any Branch of the Bank wUl give you painstaking  advice and dependable service.  IMPERIAL BANK  OF CANADA  Creston Branch - G. W. Allan, Mgr.  1  OF PR OPE RT 1 ES  fKO^TENAY ��������� Oi'S"  NELSON MINING DIVISION  NAME of OWNER  NAME of CLAIM  Lot No.       Taxes       Interest       Costs       TOTAL  Walshe,    Edward   Estate;    Oonuolly,  Wm    Ark Mines Co.   Davidson, Geo. M.....  itrs  California Mining Co. Ltd.   The Stirling Trusts Oorp   Peters, Mrs. Margaret ..  California Mng. Oo. Ltd.    Ark Mines ������������������   Green, G. H.    Fisher, F. W.   Bartholomew, R. EL.   Fisher, F. W.   Keveii, G. E. Eaiafc*     Hawkins, Elizabeth, Ciarrie, Carleton..  The Stirling Trusts Oorp    Allen. Cecil Watson.^   ....  Claibine, L. B. and Salisbury. W. K ...  Gille, James M. ..   Ark Mines Co.   A gnef.8_... ..._   .Beatrice Frac.   Cloopatra  ���������  jgiar...   ..Elise   .Exchequer..   .tnterprlse-_ ;���������.  .Iron Silver.V..   .Juaio...��������� ���������.,  .Kirkwall    King of the forest-  TW j% ������wmri*I c*  m.**t,i+rf^mjt m v   .���������*������^-������������----^*m������-������������~������^-  .Monument ....  .Monarch.   .Montana  ,  .Salmo...... .............  .Shiloh     .Wooloomooloo   6060  3449  11741  887  2081  1310  301  3450  8242  3161  3162  8160  4422  5012  2082  2340  12601  3847  897  9  6.50  0.25  5.75  10.75  13.00  7-25  S.O0  9.50  25.50  11.50  10.25  10.50  72.50  12.00  7.00  5.00  11.25  12.25  18.00  $ .19  .26  .16  .31  .37  .21  .23  .27  3.44  .33  .29  .30  27.16  .34  .20  .14  .32  .85  .37  $13.75  13.75  13,75  18.76  13.75  13.75  18.75  1&75  13.75  13.75  18.75  18.75  18.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  $20.44  23.26  19.66  24.81  27.12  21.21  21.98  23.52  42.69  25.58  24.29  24.55  118.41  26.09  20.05  18.89  25.32  26.35  27.12  KOOTENAY DISTRICT  TRAIL CREEK MINING DIVISION  NAME of OWNER  NAME oi CLAIM  Lot No.       Taxes       Interest       Costs       TOTAL  Do Not Lose Interest  wm  aavlrieo.  TE you. cannot vbit iw pemonnlly,  *��������� Mind lyour deposits by -maiL Have  the aatiafoctLoa of knowing that your  satosiey Is safety psotecftcd aatd is  ������gi������ati(itig Interest s-egtaWly. ^j  THE CANADIAN BANK  Cra-qpiimS Tmld U|> l^ZOfiOO^iZ  Eeaierve Fund $2O|OOO1iO0O  Lnmont, It _^~-. _.������~������. ,..M ������������������ Apnea��������� ������������������. ..���������  Lnmoht, R.. . 1���������Burlington .....  Hamilton, O. R.   Copper Queen ���������  Tolman, W. W ���������  Esther    Taltfbore, Lucie: Eeff* Frunn; Gouch,  Fred; & Wlerk, Kick   Gold Hill Mln'taR Co   G llnioan*, T. S    Talahere, Lucie; EpcK, Frank;  Fred; & Wlerk, Nick   Tulaheie, Lucie; Itmi, Frank;  Fred; Ac Wierk, Nick._  5214  4359  1210  3230  12.25  9.50  8.50  6.00  .35  .27  .10  .10  13.75  18.75  13.75  13.75  20.35  23.52  17.35  19.04  Talaibero, Lucie; Ecfr, Frank; Goaich.  Fred; & Wlerk, Nick    Glendale ������������������ ...  .^.Gold Hill ,   Golden West Fraic,  Goaich,   Independen t���������  Goaacli,  Inland Empire.,  ��������� ���������������*���������*���������< ������������������������������������M������ll|*������**������  Hamilton & Wroftgo  Langford, H, B.���������.    Bunk of Montreal, O. R. Hnmilton  Mr������, J. 8. O. B'raner   Knutaon, Ohriatlan C.   Haimilton. O. It.  ...  Tollman, W. A.   Tollman, W. A    Inland Fract. .��������� ���������  ...Josle Mac   ...Maple Leaf Pract...  ....Monday.   ^.Mountain Trail   ���������.OHa Potlrlde ���������.  Riaila^.         llaath Frnction.  "I*.. 'k f"??!?'?'?!, W****������������w������it������  IOTIII������������lWWIIIIIW>tiaMift������t������Wia  Talalioro, Lucie; Krk. Frank;  Gouch,  Fred; & Wlerk, Nick Siaglnaw  Talrtboro. Lucie; Egg. Frunk; Gouch,  Pred; & Wierk, Nick . Baglnaw Fract...  Tltamlltoai, O. It. & Wrattprc, E. O .TuoHday   Tatluhfte, Lucie;  Ekk, Pranks Goaaola,  Fred; & Wlerk, Nick  ��������� WnnhlnRton   Dated-Rt W������otv B.C., t,1i!n 8th ������lny of October, 1927.  11187  640  1800  6.25  18,00  2.60  .18  .37  .07  m75  13,7b  ia75  20.18  27.12  16.82  11130  12.75  .86  18.75  .26.86  8880  13.00  .87  18.76  27.12  11150  1230  2681  .50  0.00  .75  .01  .20  .02  13.75  13.75  13.75  14.20  2B.01  14.52  095 .  4078    .  700  3281  0,75  12.75  8.75  O.Wj  .75  .28  .36  .25  .87  ;02  13.75  18,75  18.75  18.75  13.76  28,78  26.86  22.75  23.52  14.52  8870  13.00  .37  13.75  27.12  8881  1278  3.60  8.25  .10  .23  18.75  ia75  17.35  22.23  11188  13.00  .37  13.75 .  27.12  W.  ���������**       -    ������H*Ma,ir������r������f������t. ^Mi rnirm ���������*���������"* "** V  Provtnoia! Col  eetor THK    TW9&EW$:'';*<3RESTON;* B.    C.  ifME^^tt-^^T^Mlfe  zlaMmfh fe?fel;ea lift  ypp'G^eif^^  SegjHBS^  WARM) -HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  N������ 'vXaipp^ringHV^-^klfiiibits  Management Of Chicago international  Grain and Hay Show Take  Preventive Measures  Foliow^gt.suggestlpns\seait to them  from Various parts of the continent,  the management of ilie Chicago International Grain - and Hay Show have  put into force a plan whereby any  tampering with ga-ain exhibits at the  1927 show will- ho practically ianpossl-  ble.  Sn a statesmen! from the Saskatchewan ^Department of Agriculture it is  noted that" the ideas in this regard  sent into the show management by M.  P. Tullis, Sask., Field Crops: Commissioner, have been followed oarT practically in their entLrety.  Each state ol*- province will send a  duly   credited   representative   according  to  the  plan  which lias  been put  into operation,.jsrh'o will be responsible'for entries'from has section of the  | continent.   The   corn   racks   ..will     he  1 more tightly fitted-this-   year,    while  i[lochs  will he  provided  for  thegrain  i raeUs. ..-*������������������������������������  | The exhibits will ho taken from  ; Iheir separate containers by the repre-  '; semative iu charge of thean when  '\ judging is beingconducted.  Of course you want fresh?  ftragrant teai'  Then see that  4fc is put up in Aluminum.  Alurninumyripes not absorb  dasrapness, of cause loss of  flavor and pungency. Red  Rose Tea is packed in Alusni-  tiiim .';';������tf������t':'evsry    paqtelagf-a  Siimhav QrsnAF -fcccAH.  uniMi 3v/������iwh i������M&\jv*  * NOVEMBER; .6  ��������� ������  carries   a   "���������rtioney-bacH"  guarantee of satisfaction, ox  Discover Ancient Tree  AMOS  PLEADS  FOR JUSTICE  Golden Text: "Let justice roll down  as .waters, and ^righteousness ,i������g a  mighty streaJna."--Amos 5.24. f ._���������,  Lessen: Amos, Chanters 5 and 7..y.  Devotional Reading:    Proverbs    21.  1-7.-'? .'������������������   ..r    PSS.:\^-i .   ���������    y  British Airman Retires  Cedar Stump   in   British  Coiurribia  is  Many Centuries Old  Through 'the"co-opera tloii ol" Mr. C.  P. Kiel, of the     Seal    Oovo    I am ber  Company,   IdmiteQ,     Prince     Rupert,  B.C., and the Dominion Archaeologist  of the National Musoaun of Canada the  huge real cedar stump which stood oaa  top of tho kitchen midden on Ritchie  Point, near  Sen! Cove,  in  the xaorih-  eraa end of Prince Rupert, British Col-  utnbia,  was in October of   this   year,  eaal. across so lhat a he rhtgs of annual  growth caaa be counted. A prelimiaiaa-y  eonnt shows 325 rings without inelud-  iiiK the heart rot or tlie closely erowd-  i od  outer    rhags.    A    more    complete  I count is yet to be'made and an effort  [ will be attempted to i'andi a 21101*0 eo.m-  ' pleto section of tho slump where the  j great number of riaags  known- to ox-  Germans Put Price On His  Head  Dur  ing  War  He has purchased a house in Wiltshire. "England, aaad will pass the remainder of his life iai quiet contrast to  his first 44 years. During the war,  Commodore Sanison was such a terror  to the Germans that they put a price  of $5,000? on. his head, dead or alive.  ;'..  A company capitalized at $3,000,000. I  to produce British films, is h^iug de- j  veloped in Great Britain.  During the coaniug winter 600 faani- ;  lies of IvJerinoait.es who two year? aso  left their farms in Western Canada to :  take up laud sn Paraguay, will return I  to the West.  The  life-wish oa*  two men   who,  for ;  65      years,       had    been    inseparable  friends,   was   fulfilled   recently   wheaa :  rhey died within an. hour of each oth- :  er in Sydney, one at the a^re of S5 and  the other at the age of S5.  The Farm Servants" Union an?* the  Farmere' Union of    Mid     and    West,.  Lothian. Scotland, have- just agreed ic  reduce wages   of farm  servants  from \     Mothers can easily hnow when their  59.50   to   $8.75 a  \seefc   for  men.   and ; children are troubled with worms, and  from $t>.25 io* $6 for women. j the>" lose uo ������me 3u applying a relia-  ' ble remedy���������-Mother    Graves     W orm  Ten  "Moth"  aeroplanes  have   been \ Exterminator,  ordered from the De Haviland Corpor- |  ation of England at a cost of ������50,000 [  to the Canadian Government, according to announcement from the department  oi'   national   defence.   The  light  aeroplanes   will   be  used   for  the   encouragement oi" Ottawa flying: clubs.  The steamer Larch, which went to  Hudson Straits with the government  expedition to establish aerial bases  for the. purpose of studying navigation  problems there, returned to Halifax  bringing the crew of workmen who  had the task of erecting three aeroplane aaad exploration bases.  The St. Lovais Post Despatch says ra  anoveanont Is on foot to make the farst  oa*dor of business when conga*ess convenes in December the award of a  congressional anedal for valor to Col.  Charles A. Liaidbergh for his Paris  flight and to provide ham with pay of  54,000 a year for life as a retired army  oalicer.  1 ist aaaay actually he seeaa, and counted.  j The Indian deposit is now known to  ! Certainly-bo over S25  years old, nnd  j to- have reached its present height  Air Commodore Charles liumney j before 1500 it must be known to he  Samson, known familiarly an Kng- j older since the ih-st aaad last rings of  land as the '"Captain Kettle of the air 1 growth were too rotteai to count on  force," has retired. With his retire- ] the section examined. Then, tooj ihe  ment there ends the most adventure- j heap must have taken tiane to form  some career  iai the royal    air    force, 'before the tree begaai to grow.      How  Conquers Asthma. To ho relieved  froaai the terrible suffocating due to  usthnia is a groat thing*, hut to be  safe-guarded, for the future is even  greater, Not oaaly does Dr. J. I>. Kel-  log's Asthma Remedy bring prompt  relief, baat It inta-oduces a new era ot  life foa- the afflicted. Systeanatic inhaling of sanokc or fumes froan tho remedy prevents ro-atlacka and often  effects a permanent! caare.  Tenant���������"I have a complaint to  nuike, sir. The maai upstairs haa aa  new baby aavd It cries nil aaight."  Landlord--"I'll  speak  to  .Tones and  ask him to walk lhe floor with it."  '���������"Valiant���������"Ves. do Hh'h boon aafdng  roller skates."  Suild Up Your Health With  Dr. Pierce's "GMD"  GOLDEN MEDICAL  DISCOVERY  A Toruc Which  long; ago the cedar fell is not known;.  probably nearly twenty years, and  this must be added ao arrive at the  age of the heap.  The co-operation of the Lumber  Company gives the Dominion Archaeologist'., the''best opportunity for real  exploration by excavation that he has  had since '1914. It is thirteen years  since he has had funds suflicieait for  profitable excavation.  Northern Manitoba Cold  lm-  Dr, Pierce  Prescribed  When  an  Active  Practice  f"  (  A Charmingly Simple Frock  Very yoaafhfnl aaad bricoming is the  chic o'no-pie<Hi frock shown here.  Shirring fornas at wide hand aoa*oss the  hips and as a-opesued (it. tlae front, of  each Hhotilder aind aa. nhnped collar finishes Ilae neck. The long set-In .sleeves  aire gathered, to caaffR und a belt is  sown at the side sesaaaas uaad ticri iaa a  bow at tho hack. No. 165R ia for  aaaisses aaad aannll women and is lit  adzes 1(1, IK und 120 years. Size 18 C3������  bus!) a*on;ulros ft% yards 89-lncla, or  2������i .yards fH-inch inatcrltLl. Price 'M  cents the patten*.  Transfer Design No, l.ii:i..| Is used  to trim View B, 31 Uio nnd -Yellow.  Trlr-e  i!fi  cents iho pattoa-n.  American     iVlining     Eaagineer    Is  pressed With Possibilities  ,    Of the North  /Northern "Manitoba, and the district  which exteaids into it frojir ontai*io  promises-to he one of the greatest-  gold fields in the world's history, C.  F. Hermann, aaiining engineer, St.  Louhs, Missouri, stated on a, visit to  Winnipeg receaitly. Mr. Hermann  spent a month investigating the Herb  Lake aa*ea. .  Herb Lake has a great future, the  engiaaeer thought, adding that the area  across Canada's no'rtherai stretches  would probably take the place of the  Itaaid when that great Africa3i field  was worked out. He had never seen  gold so widely spread over a laa*go  area.  Too much money, ho declared, had  been spent on promotion and .not  enough in actually developing the  ground. He strongly advocated the  pick aaid shovel method of developing a mine,  'ir the people who like to speculate  In mining -yvouhl spend some money  hi developing instead ot buying properties, oCtcut sold by unscrupulous  pa'cwnoters, they would cona������ oaat boiler iai the long run," ho said.  Cioarpirau economists} say tho prosperity peak of the country has been  passed.  BJEi3j fi*fi*ff8 ffliftjrS  Summer Complaint  HE ALWAYS USES  Explanations  and   Comments  I. A fLanaent Over Israel. vei*ses  13.���������"Hear ye this word which I take  up for a lamentation over you, O house  of Isi-ael." A "lainentatioBS." is a tech-.  nical term aapplled to poetry of- a  anoumful tone, a dirge ������uch as was  chanted over the dead, as in David's  lamentation over Saul and Jonathan  (2 Samuel 1.17), or in-the face of any  calamity, such as Ezekiol uttered "Ju  Ezekiel 19. This lamentation iu Amos  has "the proper form of elegiac poetr.y  iu Hebrew, being composed of poetical verses in each of which a long line  is followed by a short oue."  Amos has beeai called "tho first  Doomster of Israel." "The virgin ,of  Israel is fallen," he cried, "she shall  no more rise; she is cast down upon  laer land; there is none to' raise hex-  up." "The point of the 'figure, the virgin of  Israel,   is  pa*obably  in  that it  t,������/M\������������s\������+ *->������������������-������ I"- ..������������������*     To*������*������o 'il   ������������������** <*������     -f--it������->--i     r\-*-.j\     -������>-������-������ i 1-firrt.  * V-'j.**"*- v,������av4iLO      ������-iqa **t_j.     ^*o      ������������������i.'^V^      M.UU      UJXta %.m**m^  melled by the yoke of any..foreign nation."���������John Merlin Powis Smith.  So sure is the prophet of her fall  that he speaks as if it were ala*eady  uccomiJlished, and her condition were  hopeless. " 'How is it possible,' said  the people, 'that the virgin daughter  of Israel can be fallen, when ever>-  body is rich; or that th������ kingdom can  be undermined, when the nation.-is  prosperous? Is it not a nation's function to develop trade? Ai*e not empires constructed for the purpose of  increasing foreign cornmerce, and. developing the home hiarket? And now  that trade with our great foreign markets and" in our home market is at it's  height, this? prophet comes and tells  us that Israel is fallen, she can rise  no more!' His countryaaien "Judged by  externals; Amos judged by principles.  Amos saw and understood causes;, the  people recognized, only results. Amos  saw injustice and iniquity practised  and lie reasoned thus: 'Cod is a God  of justice. It is Has will that justice  should he done. Sooner or later God's  will will he done, and our people must  suffer. Although He Spoke maiay decades before the destruction of , Samaria, the consequences, which He  saw, came to pass. The'virgin, of Is-  a*ael dad fall, and she has risen no  anore."-;���������Rabbi Levy.  His prophecy was fulfilled*, Zoch-  ariah, the son and successor of Jero-  boam- II., was murdered; after, a reign  of only. six. months,;.?, liJis..^ successor,  Shallum, reigned one month; Mena-  hem,-, Pekahiah* Peka and Hoshea had  brief reigns, and;then, Iu 722 B.C.,  Sam aria was -co hquered by Assyria,  and the people carried off into exile.  "Wrongdoers escape punishment too  ���������  Quest ion : Why is ont al-  sifieil cod,- liv&r oil so efficient and so beneficial a  lood-tonic?  A.nsu)erz Because it is  so easily assimilated and  quickly builds ug> siteength.*  Multitiides use it every  day as in  SCOTT'S EtflOLSIiW  Fun Came High  Chas.    A.    Levine    Spends  a   Lot  Of  Moqey On His Trip To Europe  Charles A. Irvine had $325,000  worth of fuai during the past summer.  Estimating tlae expenses of his flight  to Europe in the Bellanca monoplane,  Columbia, and his subsequent air tour  of the continent, ihe first trans-Atlantic Air passenger said he had spent  about $125,000.  "It was a lot of fun, no matter -what  it cost/' he said.  PERFECT MEDICINE  FOR LITTLE ONES  Baby's Own Tablets Should Be  In Bvery Home Where Therie  Are Children  The perfect medicine for little ones  is found, in Baby's Own Tablets. They  are a -gentle bait thoroug:h laxative  which regulate the bowels, sweeten  the stomach; cLrive out constipation  and indigestion; break up colds and  simple fevers and promote healthful  refreshing sleep. It is impossible for  Baby's Own Tablets tp harm even the  new-born babe, .as they are absolutely  guaranteed free fa-om opiates or any.  other injurious drug. -r   '?        ''���������''���������'?  Concerning the Tablets, Mrs. Alex.  J. Perry, Atlantic, N.S., writes:���������"T  always keep Baby's Own Tablets in  the house for the children, as I? have  found them a perfect medicine i'or  little ones."  ^:oST?vrr'tbe^iiu??f' is!-ss ������a7������eis^re% a^rs s  man's punishanent than who do. It may i Mo<llcine Co.. L,rockville, Ont.  bo delayed, but it comes to them final- j ,.      ,   ,  .,.      *    ���������       ,  The national debt of Canada decreased; by $70,1-89,814 in the first half  of the current fiscal year, that is from  April 1st to September 30, 1927.  lyVih one form- or aijother. But suppose tlaey do escape man's punishment; what of facing their .own conscience, as Davidj was forced to do?  And. if they escape that, what of fac-  ingtheir sans and weaknesses iu their  children? There is no escape. I know  there often seems to be, but sometime, in some foa*m wo all have to  face our sins."  m  I.i.y.ti.i "r 'I'tihltU.    AU lisaltt..  If you are run-down,  you're nn easy mark  for Colds and Grij>.  **mw*mmmmm*mi*m������mm**im**m\  How To Order Patterns  |M������ \ mm I  M MlM>  AddreK.H--WInnlpoK Newspaper Union.  3 70  McDurauot Ave..  Winnipeg  rat ter an   Ko,.*.,.,  Size, ^,.,  i m~* ������ m~m * *~* f. **���������+ ****** m^*.4**** **+ ���������  \V  ;<������':  Na.mo  Town  I,   M   f>   ���������������������������   <  i   ���������*"���������%   **+>   *   *   i  If" *   f   ������   4   4   I  m*-m m $ m ���������  i * ������ tn*     <* m*  "'''"^IliP'Wv1*  Mr. T, F. McGrccor, McLennan,  Ann., wratcs:���������"Over forty.-ytaarai ng,o  any mother iirccI to givo ua Dr. Fowler'a  Extractor Wild Strawberry for diarrhoea  una tiummur cumpUiui,, All throaagJi iho  yoarn pinne then when'-troaibled with nn  excessive looseness of tho bowola I havo  been accustomed to take a few dosoa of  tlao Haano old, reltablo remedy nnd It  ailWAys seema to have the desired effect,  no mailer what tlae ciuiae."  Don't Accept m tuhilliuU  Tlafa valuable prcparution htut been  on th* market for the prist 80 years; put  i ani-oiilv by Th������',r. MUhmrn Or* _, 1 ,im>f^<ll,  Toronto^ Oni.  Some Notab8e Yields  Sixty Bushels Of Wheat and One Hundred and Twenty Bushels'  Of Oats To the Acre  All ci'op records for the TiOiagheed  district Avero broken recently by Malcolm McKInnon. wh������a* tha*eshed more  than 3,000 bushels of wheat off a 00-  acre Held, which is CO bushels to tho  acre. Mr, McKlainoaa has. aaa averaffo of  55- bushels to the aero froaaa his enfirn  crop.  On the Carm of J. A. Muaaroe nt M-  a3h.sk, SasUatohewnn, wheat bu summer fallow yielded. CO bushels to the  acre and graded No. l Northern.  Wheat from fall and sprhiK ploughin������  yielded 35 bushel a aand graded No, 1;  o'ats 120 bushels to tho acre,  GA1ARRH  Heat Mianard's and inhale.  Excellent for colds in head,  throat and chest.  MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS  I/ntAPHONlG       GRAMOPHONE,  38 selections, 5165.00 for $55.00  Guaranteed. Polssoaa, 340 Mount-  Koyal -Kast,'. Montreal.  For all pains���������Miiiard's Liniment.  r>lif>7^c^ ?^*v **%������������������,') ���������  "What did tlio Hotilonanat flray to you  when you dauccd with lalm?"  "lie miH<\ life waiB n aloHort before  ho met me."  "Ah, that h-a why Ihi <hiaice������ like a  { oiintel!"--Vlltlaigeai,   OhIo  BOYS  & d������<r) AfA r;������������������.    N<3 WORK  GIRLS ,������p������.W UWCR   JUST FUN  simply s������ll bo Sets of Our Fnmoano Chrls.t.  ma������t Sealts for lOo a BOt. When sold oend  us $3.00 nnd keep 52.00. We trust you  until Christmas,���������St. Nicholas Sonl Co.,  Dept. 639 W.N.U,,  Brooklyn, N.VV U.S.A  A OflO KEN   DOWN  HVBTEIUI.  Ililn la a ooiidlilorn (oc dlii omi to wli1������li doctoin  glvb many rnnmew. but wlilbli few oftti������m really  undemtand. 11 la(.1 wply we&Unt������������������������ ������l������rB������Wdown,  kb it were, of tlio vital foroc* th.it tusidlhtlie ���������!������-  8������n*������. No wM^rwhfctmnjI'nlucmnfiwt.(Ui������y nurifj.  ���������ImoM nvwbcrlerit). *)t������ nymptotuii ������r������ milch iti������  ���������time; (he more avronntneni being ilc������ii>le*������n������������*.  venue of proBlration or w<>ailneM>, n^pre������r.|o������i or  uplr-att ���������ml want of en orgy far all ihe ordlnikry.  ���������uainofaife. Now,wliataraneUQbiioUi.lelyniibRn-  IUI la ell iucncr������������sl������increnRed vintliy���������vIroup,  Vital ttrenrili ftnot enersy lo throw off tlifn*  morbid fnoUngn, and ������������������ mlfitit iticcneds tlie titty  tliU mny be more cnrtaliity aecureri lav a no'uri-c of  THE NBW FRENCH REMCDV,  TUPDADIIIIU BMn ^  t    O . Eg El M**gK g|-*fi^ r^t *       S ^Lgfjr 03 \9   0 ^^S ^jTl *t^*J  th������n ������y uny oilier h riown uoinolnutlon,  Soinm-lf  ������a ne It tAken tiiuccuidaitcevriKiUiiidlrccaionia^U'  t)oiiii������������iiylnBl������.wlll������li*i.lmtttrflclhr������|il������ti������ire������iorr(|  !        MQHTEB������   UP   AFRESH.  nnd a new ���������sUl#iu>������ Inparted In place oiwhat 1i������4  ���������o lately aeenied worn-out, uteit nn,andvnlnelRM.  TblewondeTfi'l medl������iami-nt ia aiiiiafcleforBll.tffa  ������oaitlH������lon������arnlcf������iiirllllon������,iiieiilirri������������M[ niulir*  la dlfflcull in ImttRlun a <IUw������������������ or ������le^ait((������inieiii  ������>l>oi.a main ft������tu*������ U ������vc������iVn������i.i, iIjbi will r.oa  8m opecdlly and permsntnily overcome by Oils  V*eup������rMtlve*i4*nw',������,w]ttG3irtari.sr������iiiia������l I oca hi l.-.ta  j ���������blivlonewcrwiliUi* thai |ia<l rrccade.1 It fur 11 lie  1 ���������lelde-apKeatlAttiiW'ierouaeUaiofhurni.haMriir'nl*)-,  ��������� ���������wiiu itr lp.'tU\nt.ii"ti.ttt.. (.,������nJ>^������ 1.1..,^i i.i ii u.m.j.'i-m..  i,fep. F<HCttS������'OMi<������,G������',a!n'ireri^.eNM������.SH.,W.*(a.������ii,tur������  If  11  43  s\ XETE   REVIEW,    CRESTOH,    B.    C.  / J  ,lj  ^\ . Cuticura Lovei  ���������* A Priceless Heritage  "For generations mothers have been  using Cuticura Preparations for all  toilet purposes, and Have heen teacn-  use of  skin and  iieniury justit. 'Aaeynnatinedoappure  and cleansing, the Ointment soothing and healing, should any irritations arise, and the Talcum an ideal  toilet powder.  Etaa-pa* SmIi Van* far Hall.   Address Cana&an  Tjgjvrtf.     ''BfembnaM. Ef^*.- ^fflS^T*^.11 2*sSs������  SOS*3  iaa. Otntnitait 26 Slid 60eT Taaciim'25s."-"''     '"*'  Cuticura Sha-vinar Stick 25c.  >������-'       i toilet purpo&es, and Have been '  y-r^/f  ing their daughters that daily  f j 7/   them produces clear, smooth sk;  it xjlXJ. ?M..-- JL���������.--���������JCaf ���������JLaJF^-.v.'..'-.--JP;-A .e^L-Eii  jl* a.  ���������MPT I? tTS'"  i^iJ  JL/.:  -i'*eviivi*<\3  copyright, Canada; 1925  CCiiA.PT.fcJK, X.���������Continued..    '  It was in Feburary that Mrs. St.  John decided to take immediate action: Helmi would be free in March.  at would be intolerable to: have the  girl under her feet all the time, with  the uncomfortable' feeling that she  might,. upset .everything.. Helmi had a  terrible^ temper.? Mrs. Wyinuth'sy,, story  ies of Helmi's Outbreaks had been,  elaborately embroidered; indeed, the  stories, of Helmi in the "Wyniutii edi-  y':'tldfr,'':-vr'er"d'-''Jpbsitiveiy' exciting. And,  -true- to type,- Mrs. St. John began to  find reasons for hCi- desire to get rid  of Helmi that had in them no selfish  taint. It was bettor for? the girl-to go  to a fresh place, new scenes, new resolves���������the land of beginning again.  By the time she had resolved  the  idea in lier mind, a  week,   Mrs.  St?  John, felt it was truly iiig: Sister impulse which .prompted her to help Helmi' to escape j,   ti.tG ou*y T.L*BcoiioeTCij������g  feature of it being that she could not  tell anyone���������which clieated her of the  praise   which   was  her   due.     But  a  calm sense of virtuous and heroic resolve permeated tlrey region   of   her  1 teart.".-'She woulddo the noble thing,  and she only hopad Helmi would he  grateful. She would do it handsomely,  too, and would give the -girl an outfit  Of clothes that would    surprise    her.  That  ta'n  suit  wlich never fitted her  f properly���������-darai these home dressmak-  ej's!  Her plaid naotor coat ��������� leather  ones were newer   anyway,    and    she  really should hare one to match the  new car���������and then a plain black travelling dress, severe as a nun's, blargk,  straight   and   plain   with   stiff   collar,  and cuffs.  She thought of everything, and prepared, a perfect flight for Helmi. She  took her for a drive and explained it  all, overcoanlng Helmi's -objections by  telling her that she "-^as to "be kept  another year. Tlig?p,lan'was' this: She  would bring the "Merit Class'V.to see  a picture at the "Grand." She had  done this, so it would*, excite fno suspicion. When they were all seated  and the-picture was absorbing everyone she would whisper to the girl next  ; to her tlaat she had suddenly remem-  RESTORED TO  eDOB HEftLTH  Mother of El-ay-en Children  Praises Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  Her Interesting Experience  BaiekhiBham, Quebec. ��������� "I am tlio  mother of eleven living children,  "land my baiby in  five months old.  I am only 88 yearn  old and I havo  taken Lydia E.^  rinkham a Vegetable Compound  for wenkneBfl nnd  nay liervea. 1 Ipiow  off it from my  sister, Dnrao Kd-  otmrd Bcllcfcuiljo  n C   llama ay villo.   _J'Vvr five yeaars  I  was in aril aery find was always rondy  to cry, Nov/ I am so happy to havo  pond hoailth. My daaap;htea*, who is  18 /yearn old, lana also* taken It nnd  twill h������ happy to recommend it to all  young girls. "���������Dame Wii-liam FAtt-  ji'NT, Box 414, IlacktrtKham. Quebec.  "Why naffer foa* .ycm��������� with backache, norvonHnoiifa anil other ailments  common to women from onrly life tc������  middles aufc, when Lydia R I'in Ida aim'a  Vegetable Compound will give you  ���������rahaTC  Ira a rocent cotautry-wide cauvatsu  (pf purchasers oi! Lydia 13, Pankhaiu'H  Vo notable CoinpoamH, over 200,000  ropluxr. wore received., &nd Oil out oi!  ovary 300 roported thoy wero bona*.  bered that she must meet a friend at  the afternoon train. Helmi would  come with her. Ilei* story after that  would, be that she ieft Helmi sitting  iat the car while she went to greether  friend who was passing through.  When she came back Helmi was gone.  She thought, of course, Helmi had  ygrowjiftired'of waiting and. had gone.  back to the "theatre, and. when she  went hack in the darkness she did hot  notice her absence, believing she had  found a seat in some other part -of  the building-, she having arranged with  tlie door-keeper for their return, when  they went out. ?  The play was oyer and''they were  -getting "Inter the car when they missed  Helmi. Mrs. St. John ran into the  drugstore and phoned to tlie Home.  Was Helani there? No, she asn't. Then  she told lier story* rather' breathless  and   incoherent   in.   her   excitement.  "Shut up," was the conductor's reply.  The lady in "A" was no longer languid". She* was regarding her- new  wardrobe with ga-eat interest and satisfaction. Ou a huldei* hang a handsome tan suit with silk embroidery;  oh .'another* a motor coat, 'Numerous  blouses and other articles lay on the  seat beside her. In her black purse  were four tera??-doIlar bills,, and in her  heart was a great joy. A song caime to  : iter lips * ������������������;:  "Keep    oax    sowing .-"when    you've  missed the crops,  Keep on dancing when the  fiddle  '���������:- stops,"'  ���������Keep'.on faithful   till   the   curtain  ''���������'drops,; f  fAnd' you'll    get    there    in -.the  morning!"  And so journeyed Helmi once more  Into the unknown���������young, strong and  unafraid! ..?   -  Forced* To Abandon  ������Aci|a>  For nussians  CHAPTER XI.  ... The ..hurried, change of clothing '-in  the motor-car, 'the ���������'jumble''- of d.ia-ec-  ticRs^ and the excitement of lier de=  parture left Helmi breathless, but the  quiet seclusion and security of the  drawIsag-roorA soon restored her.? She  waa r here, the train was moving, as  far remove������L.as clothes could be "from  what she had been wearing iu style,  color, and texture. Her plaid dress,  tam-o'rshanter, thick gray coat and  coarse shoes were all safely in a vai-  ise iai the back of Mrs: St John's car  ana would wtihin the next tv/enty  minutes be smouldering in her fur-  nace. :.-V'V.  Helmi was dressed in a black silk,  severely plain da-ess with a real lace  collar primly held iiir place with au  oxidized silver bar, a close hat of brilliant sweet-pea  shades,  under which  Soviets    Withdraw   Concessions   and  - Famous Explorer Loses Heavily  Dr. Pridtjo'f Narase-a, famous explorer and immanitarian, has been, -wean-  ���������orfl    Vvfxm   -ti ia   oowv   o^mmn-WT-^Tr   miri ^i*ai    +1*������r*  ���������*"^������    ������.**^*b*%^.     +.).mp*m     i^rxmrM. *.j      O^ auywbu^     , *r *v-ca     av*kfc\^  Soviets by the.treatment which.-lie recently received at their hands. {Dr.  NaiLsen" who -was appointed High  Commissioner to Russia by the League  of Nations, devoted his Nobel Prize  aw-ai-d of 120,000 Swedish crowns,  with $100,000 he had. collected, to efforts to improve the condition oil the  Russian peasants.  With the object of teaching them  modern farming methods, he obtained from the Soviet governments In the  Dnieper and Saratof regions concessions of land, upon which he founded  model farms/ with the latest equipment in machinery and tools. The*  Nansen stations soon began to pay-  their'way, but the peasantry instead  of regarding them as useful object lessons, saw in them a scheme to deprive  ftheni of "their own lands. >  When Dr. Nansen began to exploit  a sandpit on hia property on the  Dnieper the local authorities inflicted  such a heavy fine for not asking previous permission to work the pit that  he was obliged to cease work on 'bis  farms temporarily to come to souie  "arrangement. The Soviet authorities  took tlie suspension as an excuse for  withdrawing the concessions, and Dr.  Nansen lost not only his money hu,t  several years of hard work, as well.  **# .������ **bp *"%[?"������  0 Childs  ������ j^BlaV mIS*. *m*  ���������^r  ^\^r^  %^^^*9\3%dml  Continual  do9mg upsets  children's delicate stomachs.  Vicks is applied ������ste*mali*sr  ���������and therefore canoot disturb the  digestion. It acts in two ways:  (1) The body heat releases  the ingredients in the form of  vapors which are inhaled.  (2) At the same time Vicks  "'draws out" the soreness like  a poultice.  ^.f*?/ .v**VR O'-R '-U &  Special Service r<sr  Country Travellers  Mrs. Wymuth at once suspected? Sight, J hei- golden hair showed  becomingly.  and notifled the police. Helmi  could j Her coat was of dark, blue cloth of  not be out of the city, for she had no  money. Mrs. Wymuth expressed ythe  belief that, she had returned to' her  haunts but a diligent search of |he  'Chinese section of the city failed; to  find her. " y  It was two hours later that the conductor on Number Four walked  through the train with a telegram in  his hand:  AtVirl bv lt������l I1H"  tt^l  W.     N.    V.  i.Tor-  "Finnish girl has escaped, from  Friendly Home, wearing gray coat  green ' tarn, plaid dress, laced  boots. Send her back on Number  Seven."  Signed, "P." Brooks,  UVV y \ / -?^hief;,?of:'Police/'-  '.  fcohductor iBryco walked slowly  through the train, furtively fipprais-  ing his passengers. A woman with  two chiIdren, a deaceuness, an old  la.dy reading "The Chrlstiavt Guar-  diaa,M two young girls whom he- know.  Cpnductor Bryce shook his head.  Then he went through tho Pullmans  and spoke to the porters, giving them  the wire to* read* They also .*\vere  puzzled,  f   .   .........       .,     .--.,  "Only one flapper got on, Sir, at  Winnipeg, all tho rest were older wo-  ineii���������you know, stoutish,-~with isults  and veils and black bags. The flapper  Is some swell���������shiny Mack valine,  heavy like stones���������^sho's no Finn girl  running away. She's in the stateroom,  Sir. No.,A.  Nevertiaeless tho conductor hurried  to th<3 stateroom and kndeked. Tlae  door was opened by a rather languid  looking young girl, In a plain black  silk dross, with white- collar and. cuffs.  In her hand she held a Blue and Gold  Kook. She raised her eyebrows in  pollto and rather haughty interrogation, ^  .  "<Ol\, I.beg your pardon,.I -just wanted toj-soo If the drawing room vvas occupied.1"' said tho conductor, "Will yoti  show mo your railway ticket, please.  Tlio porter will get the other oijp."  From a shiny new "patent-loathcr  pairHo which lay eai-hleflsly on tho Boat  sho drow ������ long ticket, which she  handed to him without haste*.  "you will go right through to Bnn-  norinaii," ho said, handing tt hack to  her. /  Tlio girl bowod hor head and resum-  oal her retidlng.  Tho cond.uctor wont back to 'the  porter. <(Why didn't you toll mo, you  blockhead?" he flaid, "That *?lrl is a  swell. Can't you toll a thoroughbred  when you see one? Bho had mlready  'shown hor ticket to tho other coudaic-  tor. I felt foolish."  : "Didn't I any she aa a swell���������didn't  I.? t said who waa."nt aao Flian girl clear-  In' out,���������didn't I tiny tlaat���������I'll bet *  did, and I'll bet you hoard* mo, two.  I"!! bat t did nay It. rudr/s 1 pay nho  haul ia hlif valine aaid he������vy-���������I'll bet 1  dUd"  raglan cut with leather trimmings,  her shoes the pointed style so popular  that^l^hieivfMrs. St. John hasd eased  her conscience by supptyiag I-Ielml  with delightfuf accessories of travel.  a handsome black suit-case fitted with  ivory toilet articles, two of the latest  magazines, a new novel, a box., of  chocolates, even a bunch oE violets  ! and a half-embroidered doily.  A. wisei- woman would hot have supplied such expensive things for a girl  who had to seek some employment?-in  some other woman's kitchen, but Mrs.  St. John had simply provided Helmi  with the sort of things she would have  likfed herself had she been in Hehrii's  place. Besides, she had felt rather  repentant for the-stingy little Christmas present, the white and silver  shopworn book, which she had given  to Helmi, and it was her desire f to  .makeVamends now by showing Helmi  how lavish she could be,  (.To Be Continued.)  Canadian Pacific Railway Announce  Special Train To Seaboard  A special through seirvtce for the  convenience of Old Country Christmas  travellers will be provided from, western Canada to the Atlantic seaboard  {Saint John), by the Canadian Pacific  Railway for December sailings.  Through sleeping cars will leave Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Moose  Jaw, Regina and other western points  for Winnipeg where they will" he at-  Stralt is the gate and narrow is the  way which le*adeth unto life. ���������  Matthew vii. 14.  This world is but the, rugged road  Which leads us to the bright abode  Of peace above;  So let us choose the narrow way  Which leads noMraveller astray  Prom realms of love.  ���������Henry ?vv adsworth LiOugfeliow.  I see not but that my road to  heaven lieth through this very valley.  ������������������John Bunyan.  The denial of self leads to the nai*-.  row way.  Man Making Strange Tour  Walking On-His Hands From Dublin  To Belfast  Claiming to be a Canadian and an  ex-soldier, a man recently passed  through Dundalk, Ireland, walking on  his hands. He had come from Dublin  and said he intended to proceed-to  Belfast on his digit-and-flngec hike.  His hands were encased in sandals,  and he had* with him afgoat harnessed  tached to special trains operating di-jto a little four-wheeled    cart,    which  Leads In Beam Wireless  Systran  Has Been Broaiflbt To Perfection  In Britain  Britain's perfection of the boam  wireless system is one of the outstanding proofs that she leads tho  world in radio and telegraphic communication," declared John McMillan,  general manager of tho Canadian Pacific Telegi'aphs, Montreal, who' was  in Vancouver on a tour of the Western Mixes,  "That marvelous station at Rugby  has boon working to Montreal po:r-  fectly for almost a year as well as  working to South Africa, Australia,  and India," he continued. "The Jm>  portanco of this station, is shown hy  tho iact tha>t it can commuailcate *wEth  nay part; pf tho empire or any separate,.Dominion nt tho samo time.  Mlnard's Ltnhnant for Distemper,  "What is'a bachelor, daddy?"  "A bachelor, my boy, Is a man. who  lookb before ho . leaps   >���������   and   then  OiOufcOi't leap I"  rect to tlxe ship's side for the following sailings:    .SS. ���������������������������.....    -v  S.S.-fMelita, November 25tm  S.S. IVIontclare, December 6tli?  S.S. Montrose, December 9th.  S.S. Montnairn, December 14th.   ,  S.S. Montcalm, December 35th.  This special service "* will assure  connections and eliminate the necessity of transfer enroute, thereby providing maximum travel comfort.  Special round trip excursion fares  to the Atlantic seaboardi during the  month of December are also announced.  Minard's Liniment for Neuritis.  Is Fastest Woman Runner  Japanese Earns Title Of "Swiftest  Girl Alive"  The fleetest girl in the world hails  from Japan. Miss Fumiko Torao exchanged hor kimono for a-tauning  shorts, and earned her right to the  title of "swiftest girl alive" wlieu ahe  won the 100 meters sprtut in tho All-  Japa'nese Sports Carnival held recently near Tokio;  Her time is 10 4-5 seconds. Charlie  Paddock's time for that dlstauco is  only two-fifths 'of ai second faster, and  Paddock Is called "tho fastest human."  Purallco has beaten aU men runners  of hor own counta*y and all the best  women runnors in tho world.  contained a camping a camping outfit  and cooking utensils- He aroused so  much interest in Dundalk,^'that the  Ctvic? Guard's had?to be cal!^d������6ut to  regulate the traffic for more than two  miles,along the Newry JEtoad.1  TheBABY  Asked* to give a eoaitenco with tlae  word "cautorlze" In it, a youngster  wrote: "I knew ma was angry -as sson  as I cauterize."  Why do so fnany, many babies of  today escape all tho little- fretful  spoils and infrjihtilo ailments "that used  to worry rfaothers through tho day.  and Iceep them up^half tho nig lit?  If you don't know tho answor, you  haven't discovered pure, harmless  Castorla. It is sweot to tho taste, and  swcot in tho littlo stomach. Aaid its  gentle inaluenco seems felt all through  the tiny system. Not oven a distasteful dose of castor oil does so much  good.  Fletcher's Castorla is purely vegetable, bo you may glvo it freely, at first  sign of colic; or constipation; or  i diarrhea. Or those many times whon  you Just don't know what is the mat-  tea-. For real sicluaeHt", call tlao doctor,  always. At other times, a fow drops  of Fletcher's Castorla.  The doctor often tells you to do  just that; and always saya Fletcher's.  Other preparations may bo jusat an  pure, jaast oh free' from dangerous  dnigs, but why oxporimont? Besides,  tho. hook-on caro and feeding of ba-  bios that comos with Fletcher's Cos-  torJa i������ worth IU weight i;i t;oldl  Children Cry for  "IlUkV   ������mU  >������.������*������( Vltliil*  U)>  LH.U  ������>��������� v������������r']"  "1 was trying to roach a fawrlcavcd  clOTor!,,-"!r,ole Mole, Paris. ���������XHB   CBBSTCBi   BKVSBW  Is  a --Ss*������������sr   gfiirnav  While she was sitting pretty with THE  WO'RLD AT HSR FEET���������her hubbj- was  sitting with a pretty girl at his side.  Here's the answer to "Can a wife be  devoted to business and still keep a watchful  eye on friend husband?"  ALADDIN  LAMP  SUPPLIES  Complete stock of  MANTELS  CHIMNEYS  WICKS  &e.  have just arrived.  Local and Personal  For Sai^se���������-Jersey-Shorthorn Cow,  pood imlkery- gentle", seven ye������aar������ old,  due to freshen November 18th, S60.  It. Siiielaii* Smith, Creston.  Assorted Darwin tailfpf?, hyacinths  and daffodil bulbs. Also biennials  and perennials for full planting, for  snle  at Cook's   Greenhouse,  Creston.  The frufi shipping raassh being past,  A1 lister rtpss, who has .been telegraph  itipssengei' nt Cre.slori u^pot the past  four months, was laid off at the end of  the week-.  Creston board of trade meets in  ^^ovsszaijer s5?ss*oa��������� on 'rweRds^**' ijin*ht*  The north nod south highway will  figure prominently in the-baisiness of  the. evening.  Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Stark got away  on Saturday for Victoria, where they  will make their permanent home an  future, having just sold their ranch to  Geo. Murrell.  Creston Growers JUlenated. closed  down their packing shed at Creston af  the first. o~ *he week, with the Erickson   shed shutting  aap almost a week  A nnouncement!  previous. A much heavier percentage  of the 1937 crop went out in crates  than was.the ease a yeas* ago*" Only a  Hrhit^-^quantity of Jonathans   were  wrapped;.   PJ. .;.??--.-''  Jiniiiean OiiureSi SefVides  SUNDAY, NOV. ���������i  CRESTON--8 a in .and 7.30 d. in.  LISTER-^11 a. us. V  COBPORATION OF THE  ���������C-������a'*SS^Oil  TENDEBS FOR C-BiVF! HiliL  UOMH fUH SERViCl*  Registered Berkshire Boar for service. A. G. COX. Vaness Kancih, Alice  Siding.-..-. ��������� ��������� -.. ������������������*������������������  Sealed tenders will bo received by the undersigned up till Saturday, November 12,1827, for  hauling 250 yards .gravel to be delivered bet-ween the PostofSce and Holy Cross Church on  Victoria Avenue. 150 yards for Hillside Road*  100 yards for Barton Aveuue. 125-yards for  Vancouver Street, in the Village of Creston.  Gravel will be hauled from the T>. Iioarmonth  pit. SeUvory tastsstion or about November  15th, 1927, and the whole work to bo completed  not-, fftt-nT. than December 15th. 1027. Lowest or  any tender not necessarily accepted. Eor-all  other information apply    ^0.rAYLQ&  VUlogeClerk.  Tl V  <a je*/in*   4F*./nt  0*\M  BIR.TK-  and Ma-8.  -On    October   mh.   to   Mr.  Frt-d   Waiylett,  a duiaghter.  V. MAWSON  Por Sale���������Potatoes, Cabbage, Car-  lots, paa-snips and Beets. Fred Lewis,  Creston.  The school went on winter schedule  on Tuesday, opening its sessions at  9.H0 a.si i.  Hay Fgk SAr���������������12 tons first class  alfalfa, spot cash. A. Stewart Evans,  Camp .Lister.  Ca:lf Fob. Sale���������One Jersey-Shost-  hoi-n heifer, three months old. It.  Turner, Canyon.  For Sale���������Fairy Queen heater and  three rocking chairs, cheap. J, W.  Hamilton. Creston.  For Sale���������1923 model touring  Chevrolet, in good shape. Apply Mrs.  G. J. Bayle, Creston.  For Kent���������7 room house, $8 per  month, which includes wate*** rate.  V. Mawson, Cre-ton.  November has usheied in the first  taste of cold weather. It was22 -above  zero on Tuesday morning.  Good plain board and-room for lady  gentleman,     reasonable.       Apply  or  JttrsVC  reasonable.  Fransen. Creston.  Finding my present office  inadequate for my increased  practice, during the winter  months I have leased the more  commodious Lament Building,  west of Mercantile Company  store, and will be open for more  comfortable and private Practice  there on MONDA Y, NOV. 7th.  It is your co-operation with me  that has demanded bigger and  better Chiropractic headquarters.  Chiropractic is performing its  results on many so-called incut*  ables daily.  Chiropractic Health Talks in  Vancouver Sun, daily. 'T Read  them.  &m ** <t% w*r  i mi���������uur i &%3*%m* 225.00, $ae������D.  Alt oaa easy terms���������as low as 85 down, and $5 a month. ������  Agents for the fasxaons Northern Victor Electric Radios. Prices  on application.  Victor Records are always first.    Fox Trots are snappy.    Vocal numbers ni-e baihiant and clear.      Instrumental numbers are sonorous.    They are all by real artists.  C Pi EST  & BOOK STO  GEO. H. K1EXJL.Y  -    C. Am MITTUIW  PALMER   CHIR&PRA&TOR  Spinal Analysis Free.  Creston office closed from Wednesday noon  until Thursday evening;.  *    Have the cause of disease removed  It's   What  You Hear that Counts!  And listening to any radio set yota can instantly detect superiority or  inferiority of performance.    We invite you to judge  KOLSTERRj^DIO  on this impartial basis. We are satisfied that Kolster superiority, its  .amazing quality of tone, its hair line selectivity, the remarkable ease  with which it brings in distant stations, its simplicity and ease of  operation wi"T-be so m&rksKi eyes* when It ts eoniparipd^with sefcseosfcmg  much more thH.t you will recognize at at-orice. %^e urge you to make  it a point to have a Kolister demonstration before buying a  radio set.  s  PREMIER   GARAGE  FALSER   &    S������3AKWELL"  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED SY GASOLINE  "S *������  jk^MT<w>   *m^s a. ���������%~r*js.M.M.&.  Effective  Sept. 1st  Fall  and  Winter  schedule of prices  will prevail, as follows :  "-  MILK  JERSEY���������7 Quarts for $1.00  HOLSTEIN���������10Quarts,$1.00  CREAM  Pint 30c   i-Pint.* ��������� 15c.  sien D  R. A. COMFORT  Aim  LiffM mmntl ffieavy  Shoes MoeKe  io GrtifB**  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  Mm ssWirolbeiti  Shoe and Harness Repairing  Form No. Ifl.  (Sootlon ������'l  LANE* ACT  Next Monday as Thanksgiving Day���������  a statutory holiday, aud all places of  business in town will be closed.  "Jock" Osborne was a baisaness visitor at Nelson a few days at the end of  the tvetk. returning on Saturday.  Vatul statistics for October show  four births, two deaths and three  marriages. Of the new arrivals three  were boys.  For Sale���������7 hives of bees with.sea  son's   thoney,    two-frauie    extractor.  Reasonable  offer   accepted.     Enquire  Review Office.  The November session pf Creston  and District Women's Institute will  be held next Friday afternoon, ilfch,  at three o'clock.  For Sale���������Ford car. in fine running  order; seats, tires, top and engine in  good condition. For price apply T. J.  Crawford, Creston.  The P. Bairns butcher shop has nn  display a very fine line of Thanksgiving poultry, including local killed  turkeys aind chicken.  For Salic���������Holstein-Shorthorn cow,  S) yeiars old, due to freshen November  10th. Also general purpose horse.  E. Nougier, Canyon.  Col. Ailan*of Victoria, chief of tho  check Healing staff of the foresta^y department, was here on an official visit  at the end of the week.  Pussywillows were reported bursting into bloom at points iaa the district  at the end of the week, and is taken  as a sign of an open winter.  jpSK3=n|3E  3EK=3EC  3t=H=  3f=IE  3QI~]nE  3131s  1  SB59       l^T'll    ^Amir     9   ��������� '    &2*3  EaSBEB    Q Q ^ff 9      ^^f^mW    BiriiTSBU  Notice of Intention ta Apply to  Purchase Land  hi Wont J-Coo^nav Tjind \ltuuni\iuK DlHtrlot of  I'rovlaion ot TIrltitih Oaliiraibla, aixl nltiaato  In Arrow Orotic Vulliay on <������u"t nloi>o of  fiont Motiaitiiln,  TAKK KOTMJ'li Unit KIHu Frank -Arrow-  xmlih. of Ornntori, ti.C. oofnaaut-tlon, MplriHtntf,  iunnil* ut ru)|)Jy i'or purnniNifloti to imroliimo tliu  followlnar ihuicrtbcwl Irt ruin: Coanimmnjltair nt a  %tftnt t)l������ii>U*1 mui fiitti, fnim  Hnnt.h Kmit. ro������-iii>r  or wubiot urn ot JLotw mn ������t������i tms>; thonoo w  ohuliiw w������Ht,| lliiiiicu*j:() chitiim Houlh; Umukkv'20  rhalnii rviwfl; HMrnw '#> rrhralnn north, iuh! con*  tulnltiiit dfl rarrwH www* oa* liwi,  KITJIS FltANKA HltOWaMITH.  I������f������l������xl H<5t>(������mlMsrfl, IIW  Two Express Trucks at Your Service  COAL IN STOCK ALWAYS  Once used always used,  and Kuskanook.  I deliver between Cranbrook  Service at all hours.  Application Cresion Reclamation  Company, Limited!, for Approval  of certain permanent works in and  adjacent   to   the   channel  of   the  JCoobiiiHdy    RimH**'    *ki     Ctrtmton,   in  British Columbia.  NoUco Jh hereby iri von that tlioro horn boon  tract Rmlttotl to miauled with tho International  Joint ConmiiHHlon by tlio Qovornmont of  Cnnotla the -application of tho Crowton  KooIanurUoai Company, Jjlinlttxl, for nnproval  of ihv coiihU-ucUuii oi uuilitiu iiurni'tkionl Wi,vk*i  in anrl lutjaoontto tho ohnnnoll of tho Kootenay IMvor nt OroHfcon, In the Province of  Itrlt'iih Columbia, tho Hiikl Kootonay Itlvor  bolnjf a river llo-wlnnr nraoa>o������H tho boundary,  within tho rncn.aln.fi* of Ai-l-ltiJc 4 ot the Treaty  botwoon tho Unltod Btatwi and Oroat Hrltnlu,  of January 11. Kaon.  Fan-tlior notloo Ih horohy ttlvon that tho  Hpoolal order of tho Gominttwlon ������ninpomllnjf  oiii-aulri of ItwruUm nil ul4itoruonl,H tn ruHpoaiHO to  nahl apitlloatlon muHt ho fllo'l with tho Com-  tnNrtlon on or hoforo tho'JAth ilay of Kfovomhor,  \lt������7, nrul all Htatouumti' in roply on or boioa-o  I hit 2Hth ility ot Novomhor, 1IWV.  And fneahor nioMnn l������f hoi-������������l������y yivon tliat thai  ubovo mentioned apnlloiitlon win bo linanl In  tltit Ulay or N������J������nn, JlrltiHh <Joluioblit, oa  Novomhor tjiOt.li, 3037, nt 10 oolook turn,, at  whioh all imil.liiM InUiiriMttMl urn ritit.lI.UmI Ut bo  hounl.  IjAWU ICNCK J. nUUPKH���������  Ottuwu, tannatln.  Wrf.MAM H, HMITII.  Wa������hlnut/)ii, I). O.  tttwrotary Intornnllaiiti.1 Joint IJoiniolttoo.  ry^% *^| ju j**|j|jiI   f|2|I Qil  Let us quote you prices.  APPLES HAULEDat Short Notice  Nothing too large or too smal  Furniture Hauled any distance  Mmt*****Us%}       *msm**%%..     m****\W***%. *****\\\\\*\*\ ***\\**W**%  m^^^^mm    B^SBW j .^^^^^?-    j^^^^-^HL     i^g*^^^H  Jm\%^m^^^^\\mm%\\ ^Lmm\_        -< ^^T^^I^^^B      ^^^B B9       ^^O        K^^  3ESE  3QE3DI3 ESS3DC  3QC3QI  3DE3QE  ���������iuim !ii-" Rrii i


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