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 Provincial Library apl SS  ���������y  XTAr  XIX.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1927  Ko. 35  Highways Feature  Board's Session  Transportation matters were again  to the fore-at the October meeting <?*  Creston Board cf trade on Tues,d&V  night, which was in charge of President Mallandaine, and a inii-tmaout;  of members.  In   connection =*with  the   highways  the    most    important   announcement  was contained in a reply tbe secretary  has  jnst  received   from   the   deputy  minister of public works, acknowledging receipt of the board's  September  resolution   asking" that   ^next   year's  estimate contain a sum to take care of  building tbe North  and South Highway    from   -Creston    via    tne    K.V.  roadbed to  Porthili,  Idaho.    Deputy  minister    Patrick   Philip -.'says   "You  may rest assured that this matter will  he given tbe fullest consideration,- and  in tho meantime I am forwarding a  copy  of -your   letter   to   tbe   district  engineer for investigation and report."  ~ The executive reports that since  fthe  September meeting a resolution  from  Cranbrook Board of Trade asking that  the 1928 programrue of road improve-  nientsVinoltede a   generous   widening  out of the narrow spots^n she highway between Moyie and fKuskaoo^k,  had been approved and ackno wledge-  ment received? froarn  tbe minister   of  special consideration.  Under the head of committee reports  C. O. Rodgers for the transportation  committee reported that highway Improvements in tbe Creston area this  season, particularly in .the matter of  ���������gravelling, had been well looked after.  The president reported for *be executive as to the action- taken in connection .with a Cres-ton display at {he  Royal' Winter Fair at Toronto nest  After,  taking   into.  in November for Brett, Alberta, where  he will .be employed at sawmill work  for the fall and winter.  This week will wind up the Canyon  apple pack for 1927. The winter varieties though sramU, are a better sample  than the earlier kinds. This, year hae  demonstrated that spraying cannot be  too thoroughly done, and several have  already decided to purchase the beat  going in spraying outfits.  full  road,  G-ra veiling  operations   are    i  swing   on. thi*    Canyon    main  wilh two trucks at work on  haul   from   the   Geo.  JJiblow    ranch.  Commencing: at the sehoolhouse the  gravel crew ia   working  back  io the  Browell  corner,, and. it is plannedf.'-to  do a good job..of the road as far as the  Hickey ranch.- -. V ���������.  Institute Donates  $8u to VoUaruies  Creston and District Women's In  stitute October session on Friday  after-noon attracted a turnout, of 27  members, and wits in charge of the  president. Mrs= BV Stevens. The tag  day held on September 30th brought  in $52.30. On motion of Mrs. C. H.  Hare,  seconded ' by    Mrs.  Geo.  official call at the Huscroft schools,  and is well pleased with the proga:ess  of tbe scholars under their aaeaa? princi-  pals.  Mrs.  O^val   VanEtten   of   Bonners  Feny, is  here  this week  on "a   visit         with  her patents, Mr. and   Mrs. Sam j tion  Demchuk.  SI C-*  ������ai  Cistting Dec, 1st  Mr. Moissoni  prairie of late,  last week.  ���������who has  returned  Cart-  fche gaave? I wrigut, Ii< wtts tseeiijeci to iuSnc up ths  total to $80, in owier t!b send $20 each  to the Queen Alexandra Solarium, the  Crippled Children's Fund and the  ChildrenV Aid, H^me, Mrs, B. Mallandaine " w-as' "chosen delegate to  attend the Kbote|i^y-Bon)tidary l|oiii  en's Institutes- conference at Kcislo on  November 15t,h;f;and 16th. Owing to  the Cre&ton Bi-aiach of the Canadian  Legion having arranged a dance for  Armistice p������iy the Institute is relieved of thisf^ responsibility,, but tbe members  expressedy their   willingness', to  ���������been  on the  to Wynndel  Alex. Cameron lefts'/on. Thursday  last on a visit to points east _ and will  be spending the winter in Nova. Scotia.  O. J. Wigen, who 'has been taking  treatment at the Kadi una hot springs',  in quest of relief from rheVimatism,  got back on Sunday.  * *  Mrs. Victor Carr"^>f Alice Siding  was a visitor here last week, a guest  of Mrs. Ogiivie. .-...,..:?  Mrs. Nathorst as a Creston visitor  this week.vyh^aw sht^is visiting with  Ma*s..  B,.  Sinclair   Smith    and     Mrs.  Young. ?���������_��������� ?.?? . ��������� y  Cliff. Gregory, who is working at  Bosweii this season, was horse for the  weekend. S  Mr. Johnston is a "Wynndel visitor  undertake tne catering for ths  T .afrjnn #  The tea l#Dstesses were Mrs; Ei. Mallan  dairies Mars. H. McLaren, and Mrs. O.  B. Twigg. Thef fw-e will offering for  the Crippled Children's Fund was $2.10.  Miss Agnes Andrewsy who has been  at Cranbropfcyi^Vtferefat present on a  visit with Mrs. El.-Andrew,  month,.    A?t@r.  taking'   into.. account! tMs"week, h guest of Mfs-s. A. Joy.  the* very limits display of I-aoxed fs^st^ -������- ^PM^^PP&^^Pm^PiMPP^  at Creston fair, and in discussing the]  packing of a 50-box display with local  orchardists, the  board directors' had  decided It was financially impossible  to assemble a creditable half hundred  box exhibit for Toronto, and that the  Toronto- display had been- cancelled.  The board ratified the executive  action. \  ������v  V  -      Gan&&n GIi&  Mrs. Wi and -'JSKsh ., Lily Cook, were  weekend visitors at Sou^b Slocan,  Where Mr. Cook is employed ab present,  Public school inspector Manning is  here on an official visit this week,  arriving on Wednesday for the usual  fall check up of the teachers' work.  Mrs. Black ledge of "Waldo, who has  been hc^daying at Ozcstorj, Is hero -nt  present on a visit with Mrs. W. Ridd.  John Nygaard has taken a log skidding ctfh tract with Pntnami Palmer &  Staples, Limited, in the ttnabei" neaar:  the Lister settlement,-and went to  wort; at the middle of the months  The oldtime Canyon United Farmers  are having a final meeting on Satair  day night to %vin&-Tap the nffalra of  that organization,' which .has been  dormant of late, and.is now to bo succeeded by the old line Farmers' Institute,  W. Ridd, who has been working on  a rock crushing outflE at Edmonton,  Alberta, for the past few months, is  home again, but expects to leave early  Just to Jftemmd You of the  JUIB we!!S3 .  Gars  Town Square,  Creston .  Saturday, OgI 22  at TWO p.m.  Cans aft your own  prica  and  on easy terms.  Barons, Alberta, where he will remain  throughout the threshing season, y  Wynndel branch of the - Women's  Auxiliary announce a whtst drive for  Friday evening. October 28th; -at? 8  o'clock, in the old schoolhonse. Admission 50 cents, which includes sup  per. "'���������"_ -.������������������������������������  The J. B. Rudd ranch shipped a carload of apples one day last Week. Its  destination 'was'-in the Crows Nest  Pass.  The. Co-Qpera ti ve Fruit Growers  Association have a meeting on Wed-  nesda-y to strningc for the season's  purchase of hay and feed stuffs.  Mrs, Ted 3������irsebyyof Potlacb, Idaho,  arrived last weekfon a visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Botterill.     y  V,J^titato.harvest is in full swing fthis  week, and evenVofi; ainirragiilied lands  the yielda.are excepttprially good.?.     aa~  The coraamunity Sunday school re-  [sumed   operatioia^  fo^ytbe    fall   and  the.: school-  ,           ..._. ..._ .etRp?*ana;-  B^tb Paitna^ibfchaapge. ahtTa? fcaaia?nTp������sit  of a couple of dozen children.    V   *  V  Mrs.  Sam   Fraser  was fa   weekehd  /visitor with friends at Cre^s.ton^  Erickson school grroaapds look soaaae-  what. the better .for the cleanup day  observed oh-Friday last. .������.. -  The Whirlwind Club has heen reorganized * for the season, and the  girls announce that the usual fort-  iiigutiy Whists and dances ws!l be  given in the sctaonlhoiise for the next  few 'months.    Miss Jane  Long is re-  A narnber from Lister 'were at  Creston on Sunday morning for the,  harvest thanksgiving services at Christ  Church.  The Lister potato harvest is" about  completed and all the growers report  a crop well up to the average.  fFred Powers has been successfail in  capturing his share of the dressed  poultry trade at both Cratabrook and  Kinifberley'"and as shipping regulary to  both 'points.  S Dowd CannaUy, who has been on a  visit with his another, Mrs. M. Can-  nady, is returning to Kellcjgg, Idaho,  this week.  Notioes are up for a meeting at the  schoolhouse on Friday night for reorganization of. Lister Community  Society, including pei-fecting of plans  for the season's entertainment. John  Bird is the retiring president.  Nakusp News: *G. Paton, the popular assistant purser on the S.S. Mintp,  left on Mondaay'fur Nelson,, where be  will relieve the purser of. the S^S.  Nasookin for awhile*. Naknspians,  whom he has so often delighted with  his.entertainments during the winter  run of .the.' Minto,. express? the hope  that he will return to the Arrow Lakes  service in time, for the forrhcoming  season.-       ��������� . '-.?.������������������������������������������   ���������  L������oca.i and r'ersona.I  mJUiW^g mW       Vmfvl^mVBImW  elected president, and Miss Beth Put-  Tima. given another'teim as secretary.  Thu-opening whist and dance will be  in a couple of weeks.  For SAX.E���������"Yorkshire Whites,'eight  weeks   old,   go   ea<jb.      P.   W.   Fodtv  ���������Bob Crawford is at fNelsoh f'this  week, where be is onjuryydnty at the  Supreme Court of British Columbia*  W. H. Wilson, the well known  Cranbrook eye specialist, is to visit  Creston on Wednesday, 26tb, at the  drugstore.  A substantial and permanent addi-  to Creston's payroll before the  ycar,is out is in sight in the erection  ofja- new sawmill by C. O. Rodgers on  a site alongside the box factory, on  which ������-ork is now well under way,  and all' plans laid to have the sawmill  in operation *ihont December 1st, giving employment to about 25 men in '  mill and yard. "  The framework of the mill, which is  about' 25 x 90 feet, is now completed,  aiid the machinery is being installed.  Excavation is also under way-on the  millpbhd, which is to be concrected and  will be 40 x 80 feet, and eight feet  deep, holding just enough logs for one  day's cut by the mill, which is to be  a single bajajd and.to average not less  than 25,000 feet a day. Power will be  supplied fvoch.a boiler of, 120 b p. capacity. The miilwaii have'steam nagger  and loader and the pond will be steam  heated in order to get the frost out of  the logs  before puttiug them on the  rtatn-wtaorf.  Along -with tbe'mahufacture of lutn-  b������������rV Mr, Rodgers intends to f also  operate a lath mill,/and will also saw  up the edgings and other waste material into the popular lengths of firewood.  On the sidlag be put In aboat three  years ago for the box factory he will  have ample room to take care of at  least six carloads of logs into the pond,  and to facilitate operations the.O.P.R.  is turning over to him a dozen flat  cars which, will be for the exclusive  haul of logs to the Rodgers mill, and  will be permanently rigged up for this  work.' '  '"' For the present logs will come ih  from  a limit at (ioatfell, which has  For Sale���������-7. hives of bees with season's honey, two frame' extractor.  Reasonable offer accepted. Enquire  Review Office.     " -.       ������������������ ��������� #  been "f'-'ao  Li&mti&B*  Ibe Lewis wae as, Creston. visitor on  Fridaiy, going up with two carloads of  beef cattle, which were loaded at Ores-  ton for shipment to Cranbrook,   "-P  The ewiteh crew reports the water  at-Kootenuy Landing the highest it  has ever been known in October.  Mr. and Mrs. Whiteside spent a few  days with friends ih -Calgary, Alberta,  at the end of the week.  Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Dlbley retnrhea to  Sirdar ait the end of the week, after  spending afc couple of weeks holidaying  at Swift Current, Sask.,.and making a  trip to'Nej|soh. '". .  Mr. and. 'M.ra. Loasby got back on  Sunday from their visit to Winnipeg,  Man., for the Conservative conven-  tiottt and ia? two day visit with W.  Proctor ait Baittrum, Sask. While in  tho Manitoba capital they ^erw gnowts  of A, J, McDonald, who was employed  in the yard hero up tall about 1008.  Sid MeCabe of the B & J3 crew waa  hoane from Kim barley for the weekend. The crow will ptobiibly finish  work tbet'o.at the end of the naontb  awd.ri'tuvn to the Landing.  Hoy Proctor loft at the end of tho  week fqrCnuibroak on a visit with  his wife iind young tion, who airrived  on thelltla. '" ,  L. W, Wabber, who has been in  charge of'the O.P.R. depot here for  the |jast fow yeaa.ro, haa boon trunsfcr-  red io Yahk, and loft on Tnemlay to  amtiunac bin now posiflinn. i������or . tiae  prawttnt Walt,t������a- Laurie baa come hero  iram Michui to uiku cUurgu*  Harry Beeson and oldtime friend,  Harry Bucknell, Ief tat the end of the  week for prairie points, where they  will assist with threshing operations,  for the next few weeks.  This month's building permits include one to Alf. Evans who is making  extensive Improvements In the inter'  ior of his residence.  Frank. Baker, who is handling the  selling end of tho Kootenary Co-Operative Fruit & Produce Association in  the Pass, was home for tbe weekend,  going back on Monday.  Sam Deinohuck had the bad luck to  have Borne of his ribs fractured when  he was thrown from his borne on Friday last, aud ia under Dr. Henderson's  care. He will bo in bed for aat least  ten days.  Sohool Inspector Manning was here  on an official visit on Tuesday morning,  and in the afternoon  made his  W.H.WILSON  Rmsrfstered Optimmtrist and  Manttfacturina Optician  Will be at Creston Drug & Book Store  Wednesday * Oct* 26  Appointments made here will  *be promptly recorded.  , Rev. Mr. Geer, from Catgaty, Aita.,  succeeds Rev. W. E.JDaly as pastor  of Creston PresbyteHsin Church. He  ivrrived with his family on ���������Wednesday, aud is getting settled in the  manse.  At the October session of Creston  aand District Woiueai's Institute Mrs.  Mallandaiine was chosen delegate f rom  Creston to attend the annual conference of Kootenay-Boaandary Institutes  to be held this year at Kaslo early in  November.  Jas. Cook, yho waa at Winnipeg,  Man., last week foi* the national Conservative convention, is extending his  trip, to include .short pleasure trip to  Toronto anal other Ontario points,  and will not be returning until the  end of the month.  Mrs. H.-Christie, who has been a  hospital patient at Nelson for almost  the past two months, arrived home oh  Saturday, but due her recovery not  being quite what was looked for, she  retua*ned to Nelson on Wednesday,  Mr, Christie accompanying her.  The Premier atid Bevan garages are  baaay this week fitting up the dozen  autos and traacka which will be offered  at the oaaction Bale of "used cua-u on  Saturday afternoon. 22nd, with ealo to  start ait. 2 o'clock. This will be your  only olmnce this year to get ai car ait  your own price.  JT. D. Spiers was called tb Nelson on  Monday, iiml with, englaltoer Wm.  Uaimaay has this week anado a"ta*ip  ovea* the roaitc of tho IC������nkiin������������ok-  Gray Creek highway between both  points, ais cooBtrnct.lon \h expected to  be ,gone on with immediately aafter  the fright of way Ira slaished, which  work in now in progrcaB.  Our former townsman. A. It, Swan-  son, hair* juhI, boon naiaaanl nnai of at  fomnaittiif' of thi*co from Kitnbci'ley  hoard  of trade to woa*k with a coaai-  5 mittcu  ot   l.'t'Ci-   ii������������uu-il   by   ths   town  and   is  estimated .to  ^Ba^i^Hs^^VaMllli^  tiinberfon ? itiy ? Frank ^mpkinsffaas  a brew of about 25 men ������rnpioyed.  The -Goatfell timber rune heavy to  Spruce and white nine and it is figured  will keep the mill running, for possibly  three seasons... In addition to this o  stand of about a million feet of pine  has been secured at Washout Creek,  where a siding is to be put in and a  crew of about a dozen men will be put  to work almost immediately.  While a considerable part of the  annual cut of the^ new mill will be required for the make of fruit crates  and boxes at tne Rodgers factory, it  is not intended to confine the mill's  operation*-to fit, ill vvitb the . box factory work. Mr. Rodgers states that  so long as the market is good be intends to operate the sawmill to take  care of a good trade he has maintained  for lu aaa ber, aind if the demand is  Bteady the mill wilt run twelve months  In the year.  band, to devise ways and means-of  keeping the band together. Jealousy  amongst the musicians seems to be  the chief cause of friction.  Due. the prospective hay shortage  there is a larger than usual shipment  cf cattle frona Creston this fall. Ike  Lewie of Sirdar loaded out two carloads of beef cattlo for Cranbrook at  the local e-.tocky-t.rdsi on Friday.  ���������������.  LOCAL FRESH KILLED  allU  *m m w*W*m  Spring Chicken  for Tkaanhsgwmg Dinner  Monday, Nov.  7th  Fowl available Nov. 3rd.  Place your orders early.  P   BURNS 4 CO.  LtMSTED THE    REVIEW,    CKESTON?    B.    C.  l'������  IVfVvrTrr   v\&r+'hrg>&   1t\    ^ fXfmar a������tfjV-*/M  Yonr grocer knows when ^ou dr3er  RED HOSB ORANGE PEKOE you  are a judge o������ fine tea.  Automobile Accidents  During the Great. War thti statement was- frequently made that human  life appeared, to be the cheapest of all commodities. Judging by reports  appearing in the press daily of the continuing and steadily mounting? toll ol  lives lost as the result of automobile accidents the old war-time statement  would almost appear to "be true today.  Deaths frotn automobile accidents as reported in vital statistics and by  insurance companies now measure up in their, totals to tho figures credited  Planning Safety Airplane  New ioea Of North Carolina Man May  Eliminate   Hazards  Propb'^ng Vthe" development' of " V*"-  monoplane wlflf? vririgs arid fuselage  carrying' sufficient Jielium? toy make  [the' craft: lighter than air, Kdward'  e Sinxmlngton, fa:'- cigar maker, believes  i lie ^aay anaakeflyiaiS; as safe as motor;  j ing by elliniatiaijC; hose dives, tair*Bpins  i and. other aviation hazards.  Sinimingjan hsis ��������� .designed a model  ol nn hli-meta! i>laue with a wing  spread of .SO feet* raid a length o! 100  feet? Vx-ii������ wingsaro rounded a lid 15  feet in width.  Motors and passenger cabin are  siting, beloxar 'the., fuselage, a feature  ���������which the ihven tor ."believes will give  tho craft an equllibrUim by -which it  will right itself "when swerved'-from  Us balance.  ffV ������.L, 'ft.:;������������������'       iST'i.'B  rami a ^orn With  This Marvel Liquid  The   pain  stops  in  a   few  seconds.  | Tight shoes won't hurt aaiy more. Tho  Ft  "EbV4^h "gayyj-^k      ���������         "���������ne   HI  *****  . sjm&mmkm j* j     .......ym^ **.*���������**>**mm.*. ������*   ;r-.'  Daily use of the Soap and Ointment fre-  mqves the dust an<3 grlmt^pf travel^allays  irrttatiohV re&sieSs and rough^es a of the  face and hands, and keeps the skin .stfft  and clear iinder all conditions of exposure.  Cuticura Talcum is fragrant, cooling aijd  refreshing, an ideal toiiet powoer.  '2S??yi^h'/ji*:V,'M^'?'-*W^to8''c������n^I*n'-1B������!'p6t:'  .viuoiai.,  ���������'���������"������������������> *������oa������F������iia."   "flee. Soap  25c.   Oit.t-  maat g5 and 50c. Talcum 2B*.  Cuticura SUaviue Stick 2Sc.  to many of our more serious diseases.   To these fatalities must be added, the > corn shrivels T'.p, and dro*os mr.    Re-  very large number of persons crippled and maimed for life as result of such I moves   the   whole   corn   and   doesn't *��������� made to visit injportant .religious and  accidents.     The record is not one tliat reflects much credit upon our vaunted" j PallV a bit. It's the sure remedy���������-Fu't-  tvwspsntieth century civilization. N..  Responsibility for only a very few oS these fatal accidents can be laid at  the door of defective constructloaa of autainobilbs. Car construction has  readied a high.-state of efficiency and great care is exercised by all manufacturers in the quality o������ materials used and iii the excellence of -\vorkniahshlp  in construction.  The vast majority of all  automobile accidents  are the direct result  of  foolhardy recklessness on the part of drivers'of cars, or open disregard by  thenf of the rights -of other drivers aud lack of inspect for the laws and} rules  of sho road.  Many drivers either fail to realize, or deliberately- ignore the fact, that  aaa automobile is a bigh powered machine, capable, because of its power and  bpeed, of doing Incalculable damage. The greater the power and speed of  The car, tho.greater the danger, and die greater the need for tlie exercise of  oommonsease and caution. Too many drivers, however, because their car  is capable of 50, GO, TO or more miles per 2iour, feel Impelled to ek-ivo it at  that rate, quite ignoring the fact that a speed of which the car may. be  capable, and which may be comparatively safe on. a clear, well-paved highway,  i:t highly dangerous driving on the average earth road of Western Canada.  Then   there   Is   the road   fool  who   because  his   ear lias   the   power,, is  afflicted with the insane mania of always striving to pass every other car and  wlio seems to labor   under the delusion that it is an insult to allow any-car.  to pass him. -  Again, there is the type, and. a numerous type tt is, which refiuaes to  observe the automobile laws and. rules of the road, iak^s the right-of-way;  from, others entitled to it. and selfishly daah,ea'along regardless .of .everybody  else, and -without giving the slightest consideration to the fact that, while lie  may get safely through, he may bring disaster upon less experienced or more  nervously inclined drivers. Many, probably most, drivers give way and  reiinquish their rights to these roadJLOgs rather than invite an accident. Bot  Tlie roadhog can never be sure of this and an accident is the result  Finally, there is the driver who rather than slow down and possibly  wait a few seconds in safety at a railway crossing, or a dangerous curve 3a  the road, speeds ahead. Many have saved a,second or two only to be maimed  for life or meet their d^ath. *  .Legislators, road builders, car manufacturers, all-are striving to devise  ways and means of diminishing causes of accident. Roads are being built  wider, with easier curves, less pitch to them, less pronounced ditches at the  side, with guard rails at dangei spots, warning signs, and a multitude of other  devices. "Legislators and others are seek'ng to evolve practical headlight cin<!  other traffic regulations. Manufacturers are exercising their, ingenuity ih the  Improvement of brakes and safety appliances. Still the .death toll mounts  higher and, higher.  Why? There is only one answer! Because of a desire to boast of the  performance of their car tot achieve a momentary thrill, to travel* at a totally  unnecessary speed. Iai a word, to outdo somebody as foolish and reckless as  themselves, people will hazard 11&5 and limb, not only thoir own but everybody's. Law officers are doing their best, to protoct a long suffering public.  hut they can only punish the offender; they cannot present > the accident-.  Only an aroused public opinion, and a wider acceptance hy all of the daitles  of responsible citizenship can remedy the evil aud. the loss to which attentiou  3a drawn.. *"  ' nam's Corn Extractor. All druggists  sell "Putnam's Cora Extractor. Got  youi* bottle today, Uet'use a , substitute  for  Putnam's.  No Forest. Fires In Manitoba .,  There hatve be%n no forest'fires in  Manitoba this season, and now.as the  dry season is at hand, the ait patrols  will be doubly vigilant to keep the  record unbroken. Woodsmen and  campers have co-operated with the  Dominion and Provincial Govern-  rnents to eliminate the causes of fires,  the patrol officials say. Planes will  be hept on duty until late in October.  French Excursionists  "La Survivance  Francalse" Excursion  To Eastern Canada  French' excursionists travelling to  Eastern Canada "udder the auspices of  "La Survlvance Francalso" will leave  Winnipeg at 3.00 p.m. December 17th  by special train over CTanadiaiL Pacific Lines. This traiin aviIL carry all  steel modern electric lighted equipment, including compartment observation, dining, (standard and tourist  sleeping  caa*s and day coaches.  Special    arrangements    have    been  A Motorist's Prayer':""'-'  ',Teach us to drive throaigh life  without skidding into other people's  business. Preserve., cair...braise lhilngs  tUa\ we may stop before we? go? too'-  far. Help us to hear the knocks in  our own motors and close four ears  to the "Clashing of othea*\ people's  gears. Keep alcohol in our .radiators  find out of our; stomachs. Absolve *us  from the mania, of trying to pass;the  other automobile on a narrow- .road.  Open our eyes to the traffic signs  and keep our feet on the brakes.  S irSEKE A BABY  IN YOUR HOME?  Is there a baby or young children  In your home? If there is you SjhouJd  not be without a box of Baby's Ow^  Tablets. Childhood ailments come  quickly and means should always be  at hand to promptly -fight' them.  Baby's 'Own > Tablets arc the- Ideal  home agamed^-. -������������������- They regulate the  bovweisT* sweeten the^stomach; .banish  constipation and    indigestion;    break  commercial centres in Eastern Canada, where receptions will be given.  These Include: Ottawa, Montreal.  Sliawinigan Falls, Quebec, Ste. Anne  de Beaupre, Sherbrooke and other  historic places.  Charles Marchand, the famous folk  singer and entertainer, will accompany the special train from, Winnipeg,  and a real treat is in stoTe for the  excursionists.  . A leaflet printed in French giving  full- particulars is now available and  may be had on application' to any  Ticket Agent of" the CanatUan Pacific.  International Grain Show  Saskatchewan Exhibitor Sends First  Entry Of Marquis Wheat  James A. Paur, of '-X.angh.am; Saskatchewan, has the honor of sending  in the first entry for the International Grain and Hay Shorvv, which will be  held in Chicago, November . 16 to  December 3rd*. He will exhibit a sample i of Marquis-wheat in the hard red  spring class. In this class last year  .16 of the 30 prizes were awarded, to1  Canadian entrieg~.and the top sample,  up  colds   and  simple   fevers���������in   fact     , .      ���������-,.    ��������� m ~n     ���������nr������.������,M-0-D.  they relieve all the minor ills of little ^hovrn *? Hermann Trelle, Wembley,  ones. Concerning them Mrs. Moise  Cahctte, Makamik. ��������� Que., writes:  "Baby's Own Tablets are the best  remedy in the world for little ones.  My baby suffered terribly from indigestion and vomiting but the Tablets  so'on set her right, and now she is in  perfect health." The Tablets are sold  by medicine dealers or by mail at 25c.  a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co. Ba'o~Ckville, Ont.  B.C..Horses For Russia  Negotiations  are proceeding through  the Canadian Government for the sale  of about a thousand more British Col  by  province  co ������.j2c  Soviet Government.   The animals, will  be rounded  up iu the    interior    and  j routed via Montreal.  Alberta; was later made grand champion of the show. Five additional  prizes are being offered in this class  at the International, and entries close  Noyember 10, .  Tlie shortest war was that declared by the Sultan of Zanzibar against  Great  Britain   in   1893.   It  lasted    10  Will there he  snow in England?  In Scotland the ponds freeze and  they go skating at Christmas,  Ibut England often seea a green  December, ft would be a wonderful change for you. to go home,  ������Bu the ccxjifortablc crossing is  alone a good holiday, Are  you going ?  The Anchor-Donaldson Steamer  V Letitia" leaves Montreal for  Scotland oh November 26th. The  Cutaardcr "Ausonia" leaves  Montreal for the Channel Porta  on November 25th.  ��������� Special Christmas , Bailings from  Halifax for the second weekfin  December vnll enable you t*?  arrive an plenty of -time for.plmn ?  puddings atid haggis, bagpipes  ��������� and pantomimes.    .  Roaand trip from $155.00 up;  everything included. Children  half fare.   Your Steamship Agent  will make all arrangements..  ry   CANADIAN* SERVICE,  UNE5      87  CUNARD STKAM SHEP CO.. UMITEO  270 Main. Street. WINNIPEG  Too many people kiiow a "lot of  things that are nouo of "their business.  People  who  borrow   trouble  are  always anxious io turn at ovor to others.  When a man gets a cliance to dispose of his troubles ho o'lways heaps  up the. measure,  It's difficult  for  a  man  to   collect  himself when his wltR are scattered.  Women aaad Asthma.- Women are  numbered among ruifferers from asthma hy the countless thousands. .In  everj' climate they will ho found,  helpless in the grip of this* relentless  disease unless they havo availed  themselves of the proper remedy. Dr.  .T. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has  brought new ylaopo and life to many  such. Testimonials, sent entirely without solicitation, show tho enormous  benefit It has wrought among women  every whore.  JL, C>    ������3     JL 3L JL JL      JSLJ9 ^S* &> \* %Js JL. jp ������  The radically different method of construction  used iti the Eveready Layerbilt "B" Battery fills  every square inch of space solid with current-  producing materials, giving the longest life of any  *'B" Battery ever made.      -*������������������.���������  ^  Proved safe by millions nnd prescribed by physicians for  ColJs       Headache       Neuritis Lumbago.  Pain Neuralgia       Toothache      Rheumatism   ���������  Select Factory Sites  j Large      British      Corporntlona      Will  Branch Out    In    Business  | In    Ganadda  I Six factory sitOB hiivo bcoai Koleeueu  Jin Canada for tho locution of Th-lthih  j industries- and furLhor Ba'ltlsh devol-  opniont. will follow lhe work of Thoo.  Felldon, of Ijoudon, EhBlftiid, direct  or-Koneral of tho Rmplre Trade Loaguo  and edltor-In-rhlnf of tho TJanrdro Mall.  On hha arrival In Wlnnlpop* Mr. Pell-  den Btated thai, he had bcoai coniymls-  Rionod by Ihn Empire Trado J^onguo  to Irvnlr for Hltnf* for largo r,oi*poa*ntlonB  ha KngUiaad aaad hael bo fair found fdx  thnt. woro Batlaafacvfeoryy ,  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  Accept   only   "Bayer"   pack ago,  which contains proven directions.  tfnamly    "I"!������-}'������������r"   liot;*'*   ol   12    tahfeU  Ale<s bottle* urj 2-t ond  10f>���������DruggiftU.  Hfiirti l������ ���������������<.������ ������Ti..r������ M.r\t 4rm<r\������i*r*A In 41anarta) cf Ilafrr Man������r*i*(ur# <;*. Sa<vcwia"'������alft������  mi'.SAf'mmt cf fUlicjiicai-ttj (Acatjl MaJUsylle AdJ, *A. M. A.'*), wuilu It la w������H riwwn  Itiaf  *a|ilil������ UMtana Hay*r uianur������i-tur<',  I"i m*mi,(1  lu������ innlilli) MKHluat  Imltutlo-rw,  tai������ Tadlu-ta  *C  iif.'.r  '."'-������:;<*ar   *"1   !������*���������  ������fa������i,-Ma  "wliJa    lbr!r  tr-J������ril   Irnia*  fcoafVr,   a>m   "a������aj*r  Of������',#������.*'  No other battery *la Klce.lt. Only Rver-'endy mnlcea,!*. ffe  Bet the longest hourai of service���������uae It. Your Rad'o>dealer  will recommend the Layer-bllt for all heavy-duty receivers.  Buy it foa- economy. '      .    I   ���������  ��������� '    ��������� '  CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON CO., LIM1TK1>  Montreal Toronto Winnipeg Vancouver  O-ainiftt and ot'urotiWl Raditt Station CKNC 0,**7' tntUrs), Toronto;     .''  <m ihe air tvery Monday ������nd Thursday wtntMt ������f 0 aM*.   "  Chip Produce To Ncvj Zer.lnnd '  Tho flrBt iiiovnmhnt of'Brltlflh Col-  umblli vepctahlofl and fruit this eoa-  aaoia to Now Zealand Itaa begun \wlth  tho Hhlpmout ot 7,000 jiaclui of onlonn  and 4,500 boxim of aM>1oM to tho Is-  lurul Bomhilon.  Rollevea  Sore Throat���������Mlnard'*  Llnl-  .,,,....������ "  W.    N.    V.    1T0S  ^m^^y^^������t     w*r^*t ������^^fflr ^a  mt ^s.^w^n^^a mlmrk^i  WWM^t\t9M.%9   sa3  OCR 1 Hit.   Willi   DAI I E-fC���������     ar^J^SVELwt, ���������".;���������������?���������.''  f?'?'V������ ��������� yfVVV  ^ilfiikfwtar.K) -i���������S*Wif *���������  .������.i***JW������(^:'.i4^-*:i-U,^is'i>flif<.iSHi*.������,>1  **.������,   r^H^l.-.-h.J\   ,  Si  .*S=Ji.^&-3.#.?**.^S  FA  iAfris *���������������$  -���������&:&���������*$*  ..'4-!M.4'.g.'  ���������W5W  .iii  BENNETTS  #w.  Says Baffin Land  For Whites  :mone-half-of all votes cast  X  ,���������,.   On  the seeona ^al^thdiiationaffV1^ ������g("J^.    .__. .^  Invention of lhevD������#acco||ed hinj^, lnyph������l?rfc ���������f^fe #3L    . .,  ������two more   votes   tlSSfihe   ���������cessai# ston^*������ fc*^s^retu^ed-fr68i 15**1  3W months duty as medical office** in the  Canadian Arctic Aifbhlhelago. Dr. Liv-  ihgMdtt--who������- wi^^member5' oiffVffcli*^  staff of each annual '^xpadfitioissto, the  Caffl<2MC^ret I c ������#r8mf Ssl&ffb M 9 2 o,  yj  :������    Mi\  Bennett,   speaking  with, f������iueh ���������  '0-pmotion, acknowledged the election of  ^ejhis leadership. '    "*'  J|, "It  was  dilficult, Mr. Bennett said,  lllfor him to find -words with -which to  *P%*P'' ''  ?gf .express 3j1b sentiments. ���������   .*���������  '$&'���������   "I  thank :,you  for>volar -���������axkore^thia.-ii'  -'i^*...   ���������      ., * ^-- '���������--��������� *v'.-������������������ ^   *���������- ��������� --���������-"i'-"--'  '.-p.  p?generous support, which ���������w*was.^holly  .itsimirncrited," he said..rVfV- ; '. ?_, ���������..._���������,P .11,,.  ���������������j& Mr. Bennett recaiied''^atJ in'eVi^oip-'  j| casion alLy at tencted" some .great;'reilg-  ���������||flous edifice for iheVpurp6se> --or "?������&*���������  '^"nounclng many 1 hihgs axLdvJbi [order  Ut to", be "consecrated to ajife of service.  ifThe feeling might be different about  ||a meeting of this nature hilt''Mr. Ben-  pnett felt that the delegates had eri-  Jf|<Aeavored to set him aside for a life  exa^hiiaig-th^  ports of:" call." 'remained ^in the North  at  the .conclusion, of the; ,1.936  patirol  'aiad speiit tfte-wihtet of'-* 19^<j-2i7; and  ���������-the spring and* 'sumhier-of 'ythis fyear*.'  ?in?a?de������ined inspection-of: the natives  !n the iir^erioa^v*?iyhohv ;it?fha.dv nptybben,  .possible;,to  see ^pnhisy previous' :ajxr.  nual, visit. ...y V.V-V'  '.Jl .'... 1 ,:JJ ? '1J..1  The 'need of educating- the 'Esklinos  hi -wild life protection? ih the piraetice  of economy, and. in   methods   of   hygiene is strongly urged by Dr. Livingstone, The habit of-putting aside supplies of food aind, other necessities for  seasons of scarcity and a knowledge  Employees Caaa Buy Shares  IIIKKv'Ttl  S|r; .Alfrjet^. Moved. "To* Try- .Oaat-Co  Jy^-},., '.,,-?..Qp.e-rjatl.on; l"*#aa*i_..uV .*' VyvtrVV  ployeW' and eanpioyeesV^-whicE Is' notfayjj^l��������� ��������� ���������**������  new matter in the United States^ Is  ahout"to^h^ tri^^lrAit^^hiere^ byV; Siri  Altred Mond with!40,0 00- erupldiyees yih  j-jis v, blg^y Imperial Chemi cal;. Indus tries-  Sir Aged's .idea la. tea make a capltftVf  1st.of every., one :pf his factory hands,  through .ills f offer"  the'*.employeesl  eah' biiy i������a^erl^:>y<<Dheajaieal;-^sliare&.i  iiubted*ateSO'shillihg-i, for 5*7*ysshilliiigS',?  iSixypencfiKy" The  ionl-yysrestriction- -is?  .that, theyj 6f>  not;.specaiiaite.  He y$}\  a-vyard^free* shares to :*w?brkers on 4he|  basjs of a'lman earning^ $i,00.6 ahhuaiiy  br^ lessgetting ya free share forbyea^y;  f6uri?phrcha;sed.?The������������������vrolc^ers "can vote  onHheir '^todfci.'-?J?   y-?:.?   ��������� ���������:-:?-^Vy;??1V?  /;V.y������hat'fwiU? ereateja.-.-.directrfbon������d- be-J  tyween ,jlhe     company    ; o^cials     and  '*w qua errs,;? Sir Alfred said,    y'lradustrial  'yiesLCo} "will hot" be "gained by pleasant:  .0,  M  ' |^.<ai*e^-oig,^-j9^,s^ rP_  The ^iffnie''and'"plea's fmayv  ^ nett added, -tviiile cheers ^mviied.'"tlie'  ^ last of his remarks. He pleaded for  .^f.1.ho whole-hearted co-bpemtion of the  ?|| rank and file in discharging their du-  ^ ties and responsibilities as citizens Of  S'fL great Dominion. ^  gjiy "if each 01 you must see to it tha������.  aai e'ducateurl democracy governs the^  destiaibs of Canada, if j-ou^iave all  become firm' believers in Conservative  '0a policies, the party -will'act as an in-  7F%[ strnanent for good in tlie development  ���������^' of our country and iu the advance-  III? ment of our national life." ��������� .  i|t M*. Bennet t. sic tecK that his elee?  Ipf tion to the leadersliii) involved ins  ||| renunciation of many things' lie ha*t������lr  fl? held a-xiost dear in 0the .past.  f|j "Thesesthing I must now put be-  ^-.'hjad."nte, for iio''man Uaay serve, two  ^ mast.ers," Mr. ?Bennctt said, "tou  '^ have told me to dedicate what talents  r||f and. qualifications. I iiiay have to "the  |1V interests of the parly wTlich I will  |fe now be privileged to lead."  It was true, Mr. Bennett .continued,  lie -was   a laaan of   considerable  laort^lWffliBMoffi^  ?M^P$3!P?  Program     Being     Worked     Out  Canadian  Legation  and State  Department  Washington. ��������� The   tentative   program "Cjf entei'tainm-ent  of  Xasrd  'Vil-  3iti&a(bi������,:  SnSi'^'jaMy. :->1v^ii^^m    at  ?A*A';ashing.toiiJ|B.eoie.m^^ be-  -di^- worked*���������-''out :0fy-^iii& ^igahadian  Legation ^^sta|ti?/dj''h^r|mGUt. It will  be thefferst' visit "&fCanadian Governor-  General has made to Washington  since that-bf the^B'iijke of Cpnnaught  in war years, and the first time Can-  y ^Miss Borotliiyyvaioore,., daughter $>������  .ltey..,,T...j Alb;erfc.^dore, D.W.;.and 'm||;c  Sfbo're, 181 Geoffrey street, Toronto  has been awarded the dix^Ioma of tifie.-  Royal Life Saving Society'of Londcp^  England. She is. physical director Iffr?  the Calgary Y.W.C.A.. and is the first  |/flaiic*'asid^ hice; "^liiiiies''1 parties'; but by;  actual.? contactybetween the?men- and  -oifnployers ;; , working . ;: out ;..-, practical  to   brin:  city.'   ;S  Fi.this  }1M&  eovetedi award ,.to  that  Pt  _ vomnaaov  a c vaaaav*  ��������� Bfi-ofa?  ^V^.Jt-y;.iK  ErattiialiOiis  issiiSsb  R. B. Bennett Qti  Sends Wire "To Hon  His Appointrhent To Leadership||;i  . Ottawa.���������Among the first to v te||:  graph congratulations to Hon. H. ^i  Bennett, K.G., who was selectedyy^y-  the national convention to be 3eat������������#  schemes." ;_.  ge  Agricuiliiral Jiife3^  At. K. V ,.     Vv <i^>      LXlti  aiackenzie ?E.iif#i  lyada^^titul^Vhcad^ b.������.s, b,e<en. ^n%^  Right   Hon.   W.   I  Prime Minister of Canada, and leai||?  of the Liberal Government. The Prij$|ii  Minister    desijiatchedi . the    foiloAVjt^g!  wire to Mr. Uerinett: "*���������  "I bavc just learned of your selee--  tion as leader,  of    the    Conseyvat^ie 1  Party of Canada,, and. desire to t'eh^gr  to you very hearty congratulations '"^Py  fed an - ^"V-ashtngtoh ofi^^a'iiiiiaictu'f'-'-ierri- 1 on   the   confidence  -:?~I-,  Ig^.ery, Branch Of Federal-rpepa/;fa"neraty  Tb'"'BeVRe'presente'd??Say.s' V\/J  ..'"���������';'"'���������?',*     '���������'     MotherWieil- V"~y  Ottawa^-Every' branch' of'tlae''Fed--  eral Departmeht of AgViculture Will 'be;  represehtedr in the celebration of Canada's Agricultural Jubilee,-. Hon. W- &���������  Motherwell, .Minister  of   Agricultuaref<  annuonced, "and.'they  are .altogether  asid<e from the. provincial, educational  and livestock: displays whichf'willv.be,.  part aT^S^parcei of this pre������ent^itioh?of  the-greatest? of all bfc the ^Doinlulbn's'  ljasi'i'''ixid'usti*Ies."i-:" ���������--' i.;-... ������������������-'���������-��������� yl-,?.   -.-;.. -':-?  Alberta, which has.^.had its bann^  -erop- yeaTi ^has  notified  tho?^.^^^anlniste^;  that^ W|-?^ghihit:,i ���������will^^njT^^ge:^graiaife;r;  froilV^tii^^-ye^^s^yieM^ ���������'���������utiS-^ttj������it  itk  .display, .will.^be.,rao^t1,^cQm^  Manitoba aaid Saskatchewan :alPOa will  be'represeiittKL .V? .VV?-:' J-'J JJ-Ja'ta.:-  The    agricultural    jubilee "will    be  ;staged-:?" at ?;tUe: yfRoyal--yAgricultiiral  j Winnipeg.---Adoption of a quota  J?Sl|py .in Canada -toy'restrict eontiii������..>a-  .'^>"'iinia^grMio'J^''%  feasinie^JttOnV Jtbhert Fbrlcer -Minister  bteimmlgrtiticai? and Colonization:,''.-Jt old  %f4eleg*-f^ion;;p'?? they generals pynodiof  .th^ ....^aglic^ra. "Church, <wiaich ��������� copferreci  with htm here, but ho gave bis assur-.  ance   that  hts: departaaierit   would .fydb  ^!l^ltijcbuid^tb'"pr6mbte: British* 'irami-  pratibn-iahuVtbikeep cbhtirbl over?eon:-  tinegatal inJinigfcationiV s '??:.:���������,-, yV?"Vfy-~  ^���������f;-^he^ideleg}-i;tio-a\-^  bishop  Matheson, the? primate ���������pf; all  Gan*ada;s  ChEuncellbr  . Machray,     Mr-  "Ju ptice ^^^stouri? ~3}} '"W? "' K. '^'Ajrm?  ??strbhgy^V'.:'iG-. Styles; ttegihafr Gl;-":lj.  "Woods,' "Lofttas -H. Reld, Toronto; -and  i:C^anon^.;Veriiom>.   V-;-   .;-yy;.s--   hi   htSj';  ,A-stateaiient^issued .said: y   y;;,;::?,f.x  :h .^-Mr. Foy^e stated. that,������the, sub-* e ct  of ishmigratibh would occupy an  important, place on  the agenda  of'the  conference "between the *Dbhiinieii and  provincial governments? in;- Novembei.  > ^Th^mihistbr expressed a deshje -;tp  <nTi<eet^^ representatives of .=the: churches  iind .other voluntary organizations interested iir immigration to confer with  Bini? at Ottawa *with a view to full eo-  oper������tion in    securing   an' increased  flow; of British settlers    for    Canada.  The.: minister -pointed., out the-valua!"de  assistance- that  can  beoffirenderedt,by  the   cliurches. in   developing  noinin'a-'  'g'j  l$Q that  "Hi-wcali-h,  Avealth  accumaalated    through  if *:ar>iiahzod opportuaiities ?cn the great  ������������' ...      " ...���������__��������� - ,  ;^u   western   paains.     i\o ,man,. ue.  ������������������������,  ;"% could servo satisfactorily with pecun-  .^ iary obligationr,    hoverinjr    over    his  . ~H' .liead������.     In   this - respect,' Ue  said,   he  '4|f could servo his country without fear.  -.^     Canada's future, the new leader de-  fe chared, must'be one of unlimited  ex-  5*1. panaion      and      increased  m  prestige  world.  V'j'Mierfe- was- a^'grdnf-KOpportunity. for  i*5. ss,mo:is the    nations   of    the    world.  he  Conservative^ Party  to act as an  $ irisytrEm^-fii.-t l^t-, bjr^|g^������0tli'*p ^-16111, poll-  |;| <ile'st|34^fe4^B'^i^^ Ho  "''  i!inrrtaaWiied':;''t]he  neb#' of-iVjvbrgaiilsilug:  he younger  generation to which the  tory^^^t^'y^;  '?s$mW&."������������������   "   :'  His Excellency will' e'xeliange visits  with President Coolidge and.^members  offi3ieVc!ahfeeP^di?*iiill^^ the  usual recognition of a representative  of royalty..?.y;yly: ���������   }}  It is understood that" the vi^it has  no special purpose excepty.������o. estab-  Iishihpjtt!f|of l;iper^5^;^i^ict:';"|etween  the governor-general and heads of the  U.S. government.   -  ,.      ,., v-;"?      y.  Oh fprevious o'eciisibha t*h<3 Canadian <3bvernbr-General>-has; bfren a  guest at the British embassy. Th e  differenced on this Occasion; will be  that he will be able to entertain ofll-  ci ally at the Canadian, JaegatiQn. as the  a-epr<jsentative of Crbwii.IrTciihada.  thus expresiKidipin  you by the members of your par^|  and on the distinguished honor vhffla  they liave conferred upon you.''    ���������������������������'���������*������*-  ��������� The    telegram    bears  Minister's signature-  the  s������?A.  #?  .ft  Needs Full Autonomy  Oa n ad a'S ���������: H i g l).^st ? paastf ny.*:R.jBijit������>; Withi  ?'yln ���������Britl&,T.:C^mm6W^|arjlf'(-^----''''  |i  prosent leaders could safely  look to 1 my assertion of  ^uuiary^j^ ���������- ;:<-, ;Xp.x*.;.;thlsy}<:gi"eat '���������  ���������'ir'effect   were' given   to   tlie  'Cbn*''"^,|thj'n'"tj,0 jjrlt'l  fce'rvatlvo policies' stiflVctent industrial  (\vpatmt(>rrtjAyould.;'fTosu]*'. to #l>ov-xl,������ l}\]  rilir sons.'^i^'-clatiight<)i|s'.^ emplb^*  ���������^ae'ivi1- withh'f1''.������li'fS' lil^a-d^rs "* of the  jfjjroininloia. ��������� .. ^fj Jy-..,^,,'"'''% .,.?-..- %, a ,  |-"There must^1^^*������o-' sabriftcb" -''of:  ii'onuleUoais; there rmiRt he^no ooan-  jajroanlae of piinolplon. PromiBo j.haV  sjpu will vho?inl������fli;6naiVlG���������������'Cok' yourf.owii  "liariy naid your. effoKn-will he fttown-i  ���������&1 with succoh^W Youi'will then have  ii. (Sovoraamonl. that will i'o������ect your  ttepSratlonri, your Idoaln.iintT, hopps, in  |������Woa- irt Ottawa/' Iio sulci. ������ '. S"Vy..'  ^V t^       ; ,  '" ''  I Jaj^nese %Ictf Eriiplell  ctovered    Counti'ysicla    For    Seventy  if* Mile-n With White Aeh  !l,, Tokio.--With    ai   IhaindoroaiH    ronr,  jjV.������ii.niaa.-Yama,    tictlve    .Tapanoao    vol  p'knn,   <<mp)Wl   I'uSc^aal'ly,   oynittlnrr   n'n  hnnji'ijKir volume of thick black miaoke  j^jhI  covoi'lng ,lhc r.ouaiirytiltle with  a  Says' Soarde'n^ V ^..J:Sa "J%  Winnipeg.-r-vi;yield to no man In  the fullest autonomy  country naa^^jnati^n,,  Itlsh Conimonwoaith of  nations/ 'doc 1 aJrp'd" Sir R oh or t*13br d oil;  foni^r 3?rimor "^inlater of -Canada, .In  addrifissljiyg the Canadian-Club hprei ,?  Tlio highest destiny of *thise"great  Doiiiinlbn^ Sir Uohort,. sald; ..r^sts^within the' British Com'moi^Voal(h/' ' ��������� ������������������  : ?Th<a5iJtorhioi'; rremlor dealt y-vyith' the  Inflaacvaioo or tlio early l^rencli'. sottle-  rrierit' 'iat Canada on the. deyelbpmont  Of Ihb Domhilon as ivn 'iaitegrnl''"jaa'rt  of tho British BmpiVo. ���������    ??" --  An Important Agenda ^y  * Ottawa.���������The premiers of the provinces of Canada will faco an impftsf  Ing sigenda of neai*ly forty iteaus wli^h  they meet here on    Nov.    3. rJl|o  conference of the premiers promises|to  he the anost important of its kin4  'since Confederation, in view of ^he?  fact that several constitutional c-ujas;  lions will coaaae aap for discussion ahcl  perhaps action. While th������> conf^*f'  once will havo no actuail legislativc^bi"  admijilstfativo authority, its coaicljis-  ion will be fay-reaching, ais they w;ill  affect the legislative   programmes "$f  Winter^ ?; fFaiar' ?;���������  in  November ,16 to-26>V  Toronto y fl'rom  Irl^^I^^. St^L^-;  Few  ?;re-  rtho futua*e of the nine provincial gbv-  ernm^n^'%ui:lng:'thb''fex^ :^s}', J>dent Cdsgrave's cabinet.- ;.  m, ��������� ..Vi���������**Vi~'   1 "I     ''I       ii,���������       ^������\...Att .yiTi'i'i-"' '.   1 n.*-|'11. ���������  I'i'-Y      "ii ��������� ���������    .     '    ..I....I.III- '  1  1     '   PresWeart?   ��������� Oosgrave^ -Makes,  ���������y.*4/ i.;c*banges In His Cabinet ���������"���������  Dublin.-r-P'resident ,   Gosgraiv.e,  elected as.chief executive of the Irish  'Fi'fee State coaancil'in the Dail TE|rbanni  hassnaad'b  few Changes'-in'^is!  raiinls-  '.^.y-y:-,,-?:^.,-. v::,-y,.,���������  y-y, ,y,    .  y>The changes that were 'made'.";give  ���������Hon.'-tBrnest Blythe the- postmaster-  ship as-well as the portfolio, of-finance  minister. Hon. Patrick McGlHigaii  topic.oyer tiae internal affairs, ministry  in additlbn to , lais/"Ministry...off Com-  nierce,'������������������.'wiillcV Hon. Javmps lj.itzgbraid.  Kehney, heciajiVe MInistb'r of Jaistiee.  'After ai tpua',:libur dcibatb 'oh the  whole GoA'ernmeait policy tlie Pali ap  provcdVby a vote of 76 to-70i; Presi;  tibifs- for fBritish? families for laha^set-  tlementi' farni ^workers ? and h'ousohOld  workers^ito.: receiye fthe .assisted^lias-'  sage rate. lie mentionedy^hat in-the  .past year more  than 5,000..BrltHahers  have been thus nominated. '  -y^'Mri'-'^oi-ke told- tll^S&lefejitib^tliat  Hie-'assistance:to" be otferCdUo enable  ^fltish Ikds v=who .mafke good > in> CaJi-  ada.as ;faran^workers, to take.yup ?f?j*kf1  of their own -wjli be ajpplic'a;*ible to b -ysv  placed out through' tiie'churcti pf^WnK'-  ^hd^liosteis ait? WinaaipegV Mel foijfe *mtl  tadthontbi!':"*'The? dex'aftihbiat'waa'"doing  everytliing;no3sible ?to?,fteyelop 7 faniily  settlement .schemes along;, somewhat  similar Hues tp  the.^e^asting^ V>������9^9  ;fdmiliyvscl^me.  '^'JjllJJsJ- V?) ,..', ���������,- ?  ^''^���������Tlie'^ArchlW TPtvlko  iftiat; thbre JiSd nbt: beeiaf b^'thb^liaVt  of-* the f^yhbd for Hhefchhrc^ahy inteii-  tipn of attacking or-fenibarrass^  Government,-nor were they-actu.a*.^v-  biy any ill-feeling towards tlie' *Pvbmaia  Cathblie'Chaia-ch/'''"*'^"' '���������''���������" "V"  if,:.  M -  ^*!:l(,e rifili,  i' Furnaau'fl  ut wojli. In (ho Aoldrt worn  <r<>uipollod to use uniba'Ydhvs ur n"pro-  I'i'.eMvn from tlae aalios wljalch fell n.a  ?ar dlnulnt from the ralcaua as l-Uno-  n'ruuia, p.ovcatty .wiloi' to the caiHt,  .,., (,tiiuimi- V n,'������ia in JibiMii Ki������ ttiVu-*  ���������v>"i'l,[., vytlt   of   To|*.|o V        ,  First Snakatchownn /Sho'vy-; -Wil),, Be  Held Klovehiber 1 '?..?'*  lleftitan.���������Kates tor the differoaft"*sec-  tlonn 'of Mho Prbvlncial Wlntor Fair )  woro appi'oved ait a inooting', of the  hoard. of dtroo'i.oi-a * of 'the Ilo"glnii> -*Kx-  hihltion AfiROclatlon, hold amder the  rhah*aaaaiiRhip of ���������PresSdehf*."'- U. Cl.  rfanUh.  ' Tho Hlafi'op and twluof show, .It watt  docId;qd, wip bo held on Noyprnh������;r ),  2 and H; the drossod pouliry show on  l.������^ccmber 7; Hvo poultry exhibition,  January 37, 1f> and XO; und hdrno'and  cattle nhov.r, March 27 I'O*,  Mexican Rebel Leaders Beind Pua-sued  '-���������;���������������������������:������������������,-..''��������� By;?Federi t Troops ��������� *'' * r!-i-  ; Mexico -City".���������r-PUi*sued; throhgh- the  wild ��������� mountain" country y of; y: wosteina  Vrera Cruz, the^rebel generals, Ara*j.uU'o  Goarnez and Hector Almada, were jpo-  Ileveh io be attempting to r������������ach" i.lro  coast, where passage in a fl'shlng^bbht  or oilier smali craft wbuldi put thevii  beyond the reach, of the ������overnfaent.'  Hot on their trails aro .scouting^par*  ties of federal trbons. under command  of General Gonzales Escobar, who -reported that ho had a.Ssporsed the rebel  forces'and captured tlie "main body,  leaving Gohioz aaad Ahnada *wiih only  about 100 followers.   ^   y .... -M,^j.  To guard against the ..activities of  bandits attempting to take advantage  of the sitiaatioa, the' goybi'tuncint hap  ordered an adeqUctto escort of federal  soldlers foi- every freight and paiBseai-  ger train;- " .   ���������   .-V"1-  ���������       .-'-.'.....���������',  SEEKING fLAND IN CANADA  i" | w ii������n i+*mmt0smmmif*im*  ������������������*���������:..  1 ih.'   litHr.tsnl.  *n;t >,^ii   v'. .< t���������������  ��������� i;������-  ������r������'d wuri ������7.rf Tr-ef.  ��������� V     ".'     ......  ./,  Thin photograph, taken oaalside tIio���������  Union Station, Wlnrilpop, _ is ;'jpf u  gi'oup or prominent 'Pnltod- ^iatoR;  a'ai'ii'icr.s, wlio have bc*caa\ il.ookhift'.^a'f'i-  setlleinent paospeetK iaa Saskatchewan  aaad nomo of whom havo purojIuiHed  hand. They were brought to Canada in  {.Staplembor"' by Capt. .*U' B���������, 'JBoyd.  'laaperhatnaidfiit of 1I10 land, rohin1i*.a-  (lon nnd devcTppaneht ileimrtmartt 01  the 'Canadian JSutlonail llallwaiya* !n 1. Kt.  "v.tVA, Mlr.nrrjOtra," nnd v.*fro irJ.rx'}-'-**"1*  In (ho F.Hfou, TyaatM- Valivy" and iJSnipi?  Liako distrlotH, oaa the jCanadiitn: Nit-  tional Hall way b. Thela-1 excur-Hlon ro-  patltod in the puicliaae,;of*(16 rjuartor  tiectlons valued at. $5������,3iio,.anja a mtra-  her ot other denial' 111*0 pending. Theao  fairniers lMflojig 10 tho Suites of N-o-  haviHli'a aand Knnsnn and aro hll well  ostfthUfiliod and p^RMeaj-pod, of -iconfiid  lu.ibh' eapiUil. .Goiue. '.oC (.hem havo  r-elftHveii aaid, friondia already aanttled  In the Tyner Valley district and have  boon urged hy thorn, tfl coiaao! <r������ Caiaa-1  i������,df\, ay>tfiot'u ������ir������i inr,v'l������������������; th^rnc'b'fi,  are tatklatg land  for tilth' r.puw,  Infantile Paralysis Serum  Ia\dlaiiappblis, laid. 'P~ " 'Comiaiea-'elal  production of a Kpocincy Hald to h>*������  boffeflcial-in lhe treatment of Infaai-  tllo paralysis. Was auanouhced here,by  tlao Ell Lilly Klologica,!, lahoratoriei*.  .the coijcearn which ha*st, vroUaiced in-  sullia ,a������ 'a" commercial' product. The  now Htmam ''lan.fi been' developed In 00-'  operation with Dr. Kdward S. Ilnsc-  now, head of tho division of irxperi-  mentft-1 bacteriology of, the.- Muyo  'foundation. RoclaoHter, Minn.  Ntjw.  Rural   Mall   Routes  "neRinn.���������Tho    aioftefssftry    aui'horlt.v  Iuik boon given by thn post  olllco de  pajrtment for tho oHtabli.shmont ot lev.  jidditlonail rural nutII   routes    i;;   tl������������������������������������  SfMika'toon   postal  dlvlt-lon,  nctiofdin'*  1o John Chamard. dhitaiot huiaerhitou-  alont  of poatal ^crvlcb  for <hi:i  aire.*'.  One of the new routos which will lm.  known as ^tt;ikato������>ta U.K. No. r., will  go from Saskatoon to Floral.   ,  W.    N.    TI.    1703 f II fcEEBSO^  RBV������EW  Issued every Friday ait Gi-esfcon, B.C5.  Snbscri-ption: $2.50 a. year in advance.  $3.08to U.a. points,  - -���������5. F. Ba-sbs. iSSIi-or and '-Own'es.  CRESTON. B.C.. FRIDAY. OCT. 21  #&������������������  Orchard Mml ���������/������&rs������  The growing season of 102?  opened with a very late spring and  closed with an early, cool, wet fall,  which -reduced the optimum gfow*  ing conditions to a few warm weeks  during? July and Aug aat.  When the soil ia cold the bacteria  become less active, nitrification is  retarded and the needs of fche growing plant are poorly supplied from  nature's storehouse.  For the tree to get fche full benefit  from the soil daring the growing  period i& Is necessary that plant  food in excess of its daily need  should be present with sufficient  -fnoistufe for its conveyance and  retention.  The presence. of humus helps to  retain moisture, improve the tilth,  and when decomposed it becomes a  source of nitrogen to the growing  plant. It is only available to the  plant as a nitrate a soluble form  mud if not naade nee of by plant  growths it reaches out with tbe  downward movement of the moisture in the soil.  Thus its condition is  not stable  as decomposition takes place nearer  all,tha time*-hat is nastened hy caai  traratiorr ausd warmth.  Bacteria    are   less    active   and  and- 'when- a. short growing  season occurs each as rs& have Just  es-pesieneed' the roots can a^&il  themselves^ fully of the time alotted  to them.and the size and quantity  of the crop is more evenly maintained If the trees be aaot let to  overhear.  The  success of an orchard depends larsBely uu the Constant  SUp  I'  9  W&&%i.9M**m*  hunaeruwa.'������std������^ae������������li s. Sjjg������ssiS-sst: der.aeld conditions.  SOu Ox  tiniotuy as  ply of available nitrogen in the so|L  the trees xieed it to set the fruit in  the spring, hut cannot get muck  from the soil at that tins������ because  it is too cold. So it uses what it  has stored up in its tissues from  the growing period of the season  before, also it is "used in <the growth  of the new wood * and young drop  as it increases in size and maturity  throughout the growing period,  If the tree cannot get sail its needs,  the blossom hud@ may ha -weak the  nest spring and scay fail to set.  So vfc behoves a growar tocoestant||  ly maintain tbe naimus rdapply in  his orchard and it is more cheaply  done by growing legumes if he has  not enough farmyard manure to*  cover the orchard regularly.  Agricultural lime is a, corrective  applied to clay soils to induce the  particles to coagulate together  which? improves the tilth and prevents baking to a certain extent, ib  helps to liberate the potash held in  insoluble compounds, in . the?, soilt  neutralizes humie acids whioh &xs  formed by the process of decay of  humus and is utilized by all grow  it*������* plants more or less, it sweetens  the soil and renders it conducive to  ���������  ^ -   " '''-'"''. -v  thfefarorableygpttw.th .o^Jeg-ames aa;  e bacteria do not thrive un-  CBwT.  - *  fl I"  Cha^g^s a CMlly Hc**ise into a  '   Cliearf nl' Home  Hera at /last is solid comfort! Ko rno^e chilly rooms.  Ho more shivering temperatures. The "iftirnacette" is a  t-how^ushlv TiwaRtiftal Hnlift.irjan. -ho w*������m������ Home h-sRt'nsr Brohless.  and a handsome pieee of furniture as well���������a warm air heat-  ing plant enmosvti a* & beautiful porcelain enameled ail-steel���������,*  cabinet, Yojamn?yaceit in any room and it will keep the  entire house cosy and comfortable.  fHfftfli  mMWi  I������S*lM**t.  *s?ar������i���������������d up to the earns depth  and the particles are not brought  in contact with the air to ihe same  extent as under clean  cultivation,  therefore nitrification ia much slower  and  apple trees grown  in an  orchard  under   sod   will   in   time  show the effect of nitrogen  starvation by the lighter color and  size  of the foliage, and shorter terminal  growth unless regularly top dressed.  HEWS GF K0BTES6YS  ������������ tsnder sod are gr  An 890 pound elk was. shot near  Hosmer one day last week.     ��������� ^ . -  -   '       ' > , . '"'������������������."���������"  0r������!Ml Forks already has plana  under way for a community hal-  lawe'en celebration..  At Pent-lotos the packing houses  are expecting to close down for the  season at November 15th.  ly benefitted by liberal applications  of. nitrate of sods, especially in the  early spring of the year and occasionally ih the fair by top dressing  *** ������ fgrtilissr of b sio*?������* <*eiierftl  composition; -When the annual  precipitation is lights clean cultivation is generally practiced but it  soon depletes the humus content  Ublesa maintained by top dressing  ���������with strawy manure, litter, eta, or  by introducing cover crops. legumes are generally selected, as they  fix nitrogen from the air iu the soil  in nodules on their roots, whioh become available later when decomposed to plant growth.  Hairy vetch ia :more commonly  used and returns -greater value to  the soil aa the temptation to out it  for hay is not practised.    In this  aoot.ott. if sown in JTnne, at the rate  of about twenty pounds to the aore I  and ploughed under the' following I  May, and the land re-sown again,  it helps to bring back the ..olay "soil  quickly, reduc-as cracking and  cur--.  face baking; and aids in conserving  the inoiuturo during ihe hot month  of July.    When tho  phy&itial condition of the soil ������ia  improved   a  more uniform and  vigorous orop  ou.ia  ha gra^u, _ thoaa it im&y ho allowed to grow for a whole season  and mature at seed.    In the follow  ing spring? by heavy discing 'the  surface can ho broken up and levelled and tha seed covered.    In  such  a  manner <a  cheap   and   efficient  pliysteal   condition   of   iiuc  soil  m  maintained by adding to tlio humus  consent m nitrogen supply-annually.  The tree* have aomcthing to feed  an, but th������ eflbct io not noticeable  at ftrot aa it tikea four or five years  for  tho htitnu* to accumulate and  nhow the rdireot. benefit of It.    Onoe  it in ������st|t>bli������hed it iai liartl to wadi-  H. Sanderepii of N0W Denver? is  supplying his customers with sweet  cider at 75 cents a gallon.  A very fine sample of a moose  wandbml into a road oonstrnctaqn  camp near Oorbin early this month.  The  Gazette claims  the Grand  Forks potato oropjerill average almost fifteen tons to the acre this!  year. -   .  Pentioton apples are getting a  wide distribution thia aieaBoa. Already T cars have gone to Sweden.  4 to South African and one to South  America.  "The Andersons carried off'all the  golf honors at Kaslo this year.  Mrs; James Anderson is lady champion, and A. W; Anderson the best  of the men players.  A rattlesnake'five feet long and  three inches thick was killed near  the recreation grounds at Pentioton  last week. It is supposed to have  escaped from a circus.  I At Pohtioton the Heral^ claims  that early season flatimates .on the  apple crop . arey. being.; fulfilled.  With, the exception of Jonathan  he quality is also goaci V  The infantile paralysis ban was  lifted at Vernon at midnight on  Saturday, and all the Sunday  schools featured thankogivlng*. aor*  vices the following day.  ITorm** provincial g**olico Sntcssd  to appeal the oase of a Coal Greek  hunter who was let down with a  fipe of $50 for shooting a moose.  There io no open Boaeon on fchesio  animals.  -"���������"'���������_���������"������������������������    'I"". ���������   ��������������� >������������������'��������� ���������*!!!!������������������   * t    ��������� iMirww ii Ijiiirginjri  ��������� i ������������������    u  ���������   ���������������������������iwm. ���������. iimi,wi,i.ii,.mw>ii  ���������.���������������������������������������������������������������ii ������������������ ��������������� ������n   il'"   ���������*���������"��������� ������������������������'���������"���������* 'I"  RUN-DOWN MAN  for Men, Women and Children, in all new shades, in  Wool,   Silk   and   Wool,  r^ndAUSilk.  Agents for Jaeger All, WooL  , VU,iJig^MBmp*m*WSfi>m t,rw 111 (  MERCANTILE COMPAN  UIW TED  nam  ��������� BB  ���������MM  .*!  ������������������Before taking Vinol, I was rundown, nervous and Irritable. Mow, I  ffenl like Another pernor,. ~-R- McOov.  Vinol In a olmple. aitrenghtlMantng IruU  and cod liver compound In uae for  ovor 25 yenra for ulckly* iaiervoud wo-  men* rain-doarvn men anil wreak child*  s-cai. The; very ITCttST vrcn& yew *���������**?.������������������  Vinol, ynn boixlw to feci atronfrer, eat"  ancl uleep better. Or������*tott urisff 'ii  Book Hloat).  '"i" '' ,."'   ' '. ","*":'fiJ,T~M.^,'. lv  mt***^,*    ^���������"N^.   *mt*       "HHT" m*f" "^aja? -    ' JtUT"m*0sr~mi**^~Ji*llss'*'  ?i1^6JM'liit6r^ Province of Westerit ^IwMbi  ^        TO THE END OF DECEMBER^;  Haa produced Miuorala as followo: Placer Gold, $7ft,018,948; Lode Gold, ������im073,31&%  ''\\l\\*������?^^ Copper. $209,967,00^;    iSino. Gfia,512,6tW?    Coal  ond Coke, $204;C99.133; Structural Materials and Miscellaneous Minerals, $50,176,407; mak-  ' v v    .     in^^ta minei-al production to the end of1025 show an  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  W^ m       * ' * S <* * ��������� ~ Tm*>* m\ "A tfSm^mJ*'  ', ������Sa^T *57"   ta f^ST^   ffi ^2 P2.  Production J year ending Oeceinber,I!y^6f $6/, |������������,842  .The- Mining Laws of this Province are more liberal and the feea lower than those of  any other Province in the Dominion, or. any colony in* the British Empire.   ,  Mineral lrmations aro granted to disOOvorera for uomtnal fees.  Absolute Titles are obtained by developiug eiioh proportico, tha 4Beonrity ot whioh Ss  guarantcc4 by Crown grftuta, V   ' .    .    ; ,   ,  ?ull tu-fortttftt-loB. tocether with Miuin|if Benorts and Maps, may be obtained gratia by  ttddressiug���������      v  TUB HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VIGTOHIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA  RB.-l*!Utl������ally all Brltloh Oo^  arc dcaorlbod In oowie one of the Annual Boworta of the Mihlater of -Mines.   Thoee ciuuilderliig mmhig  lnvo������tm������nto Hhoidd refer to such reports.   Thoy ������u?o available without charge ������n applicattoki t^������ the Do-  nartmeiit a  *9llnea> VUjtorlm, B.O.   Beporta of thi? Oeolodteml Survey of Oatwadaa, Winch Building Van-  ��������� cntiver. are recomm<pinlf*d aa valuable ���������nuraea of Information. ....   * . , , **  Weporta covering nuoh %>t Ui������ 433* ^tfic*:^ Survey SJIctrSc^. ar������ pubMeh*^ ������*jia*a-������tAly, ������w4 'aim avail  ab!a oa .app!!������ftt4ion.  mrnmi  iM������ii������.lliiSr.ii.ir������i..������������i.in.  ><������!mvmmwm!M'mmmmimmmismmWMmm  mjmmmwm^mmvtm  atea'ista.teri THE  ������SIBSTOH-UBVIEW  / ;  LETTERS 10 THE EDITtJB  About the Fall Fair  <?,  The.children's exhibits showed keen  competition, atari especially woa-tby of  mention was the pane needle basketry,  rope nnd raffia work and reed and  rnlSii woa-k doner by faovs thirteen nnd  under,  taught  Editor Kevibw:        ,- ; ,  Sib,���������'i*his tsMtbe third year I' have  W������l the .pleasure of a visit to���������Creston  f*$rand en joyed ��������� fevery-'ra^frote of it,  between fe*:stiRK one's eyes' oo the es  bansave 'and wonderful exhibits of  friaits. vegetables; flowers, '/domeatic  science and needlework; and renewinf?  the ncquaintance of old1 friends* the  time went rapidly. y  'On entering the-rxhibation baiilding  ��������� one is confronted- by the exhibit of  beautatul cut finwera of all varieties,  roses, sweet peas, dahlias, asters nns-  tfartautns, zinnias, pansies, etc., boais**  plants, fern?, flowering potted plttnts  r>5 aiaany varieties.  - The full suts^th of tb's buildingf is  Hanked on the left side with boxed  and crated fraaits, with ."King Apple"  in evidence���������the renowned fruit, of  the Creston Valley. Running pHialell  to ttvs is tho twble containing the de -  ficioua* looking plate exhibit*) of aU  varieties of fruit, while on the right  side the vegetables-- and vegetable  collections are shown. -1"  I   Running  down  the. centime are^lwo  tables;   one with  the artistic, needle  exhibits  raniting from articles aai em-  .broidery and crochet, luxurious* Jook-  inp* sofa cushions, to the  more prac-  ��������� "tic'tl house dresses and aprons.    The  by a diligent teacher  who has given of her time and talents  for 25 yeai 8 \n this line.  l have ai*evaye taker* a keen !������i-p,s"esL  i.n the growing of fruit and Vegetables  and have enjoy**! visits through the  Santa Clara valley, California; Missouri; the Wenatchee valley .in Washington, and-other renowned .rfi'iait  centres, and I feel thta;t Creston "Valley  an our own home province is holraing  ita* own with the others, wnd has a  bright future; .   Mrs.U-.A.HBa-rpnessY.  * * ���������  Disposal of Stray Cattle  J*. JO. *J>0B*r%f  to the Old  i-  for  Christmas -. New i Years  SB  "���������*���������������.  Travel  -nth<  ideal   w ith   tempting  ..'looking cpokang, from cookies, shoi-t-  'bread, and pastry of all.jdescriptions,  to a beautitully'decoi'tited l>ai,'tbtiay  cake and a-three-tier* fi'uiC'cakf^ Which  Twas positive was decorated by a professional until convinced, otherwise.;  and' wonderful homemade bread and  buns. *   7  The canned vegetables   were good,  /also the pickles, ianas and jellies, but.  V the canned fruit did not come up to  \ nay    expectations,   or--in   accordance  r.with the other perfect exhibits.  Looking over  this t������ble of domestic  ^science one could see that eyen'-if the  men weie competent ranchers���������f aaa at  f and vegetable ggro.wers���������their partners  .'- were unusually competent iu their ������������������������  > a s housekeepers.  Editor Beview:  Sir���������Re   bale   of   strayed   cattle   I  notice an advertisement -"'Sale of Cattle," in yoiir issue of last week. * May  I   be permitted  to a*sk  if I' wery to  leave any gate open and cattle were  to  v������������nd6������ ir. -Viiula I be jisstified in keep  ing them  for ��������� a  week   or   two,  then  udvertise them for sale.    Woaaldjt not  be  proper to  keep  my gate- shut-tins!  put the dog on to any c-iifrie that hung  around  the  place.    It as- one way of  depleting oats man's herd and enlarging  another  at - the   expense   of   the  foa-mer.    Such ������ tfiingwoaild look half  just if it took place-curing the winter,  when t he animal taken in was saaffer-  sng   hurdrtbip, but   to hwve it done in  the  month- of September, when there  is abundance of-feed all over .the' valr  ley���������the act looks funny.    May I further ask do the local police  look  into  such eases of strayed cattle. ^ Fasrtiser-  moa-e the expense of advertising and  feed amounts to. roughly $2.    If when  the animal so advertised is sold for $10  to ������29 v.bo keeps the amount over the  expense.    Does it-go to charitable in  sfcitutaons, or retained by  the parties  "whose'place   -the   aniiuaS    casus   * to.  "Sous* taa: a *"   ...        FAIR DBA!.?  special i rams ana  JUlPUir  Ft  ires  the   Seaboard   during   December  Leave WINNIPEG 10.  ^connecting with  a.m.  Christmas   Sailings  :������  From WINNIPEG  Mm. 23 - S.S. MeSita from Montreal  Dec. 3 - S.S. Sfiontciaif " St ololaai  uSs. ������ - S������S.v������syriiiOse " . s������  Des. 11 - S.S. Hontnairn "  Dee. 12^- S.S. Montcalm  2-ep a  oSilc&i,  S~sG.  za M uiasgow,  6 " Seltaet,  v.^6W������f  Q"'" Belfast,  Stesgos,  ���������������*���������_������������  mivifi^ii'ii  I laarnnnl  kiivigcvvi  it  IS  fi  Dae. 14 u Gobfi, Cherbourg, Ssotiisispfon  Dec, 15 " Belfast, IWerpopl  ^*>~.",  % ���������  ��������� /:   - *"������**".  FOR B YEARS GAS  .     RUINED HER SLEEP  **l had stomach trouble 9 years, and  gas made niHrte me restless and nervous. "Adlerika helped, so I can eat  and sleep gobdv"~Mrs. T. Touchstone.  Just ONE spoonful. Adlerika relieves  gas and that bloated feeling so that  5?o;-j i'an.es't 'i*������d ������!eep well.' Acts on  BOTH upper -and lower bowel and  re-  Through Sleeping Cars to connect with Specials at Winnipeg-  will he operated from Edmonton, Calgary. Saskatoon  Moose Jaw and Regina  v  g������  For full particulars ask Ticl'Wl Agents  Wm'BL MARTIN, Creston. X.W. BUNDY* Erickson  Prancl  U TEeatre  moves old waste tuatter you never  thought \va������- there. No matter irii-nt  yojj have tried for your stomach :arid  bo we It-, Adlerika wiii surprise yt������u.  Crt������stf������n Drug & Book Stoi-e.  synopsis of um  ACT AMENDMENTS  ������ H  ���������fef   *%^r    W  OI  Accomplisliiiient  To save money may require that you_/make  jonie sacrifice, but If a stated sum 1$ placed  I  l^lmstdby   IIMiXE0AllT2SXSC������arOIIA.TI0H  ^RS-EMPTION'S . ,-'"���������  Vacant, unreserved, surveyed Crovm  lands *may be, pre-erdpted by British  subjects over 18 years of aage, tana by  aliens on declaring Intention to bedcsie  British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation, aud Improvement  for agricultural purposes. c  Full information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions, is given  in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series, -^Hbw  to Pre-empt Land," copies of which can  he 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, i.e.; carrying over 5,000 board feet per- aacre  west of the Coast Range and 8,00d feet  per -acre east of that range.  Applications for pre-emptions are to  be addressed to the Land Commissioner  of the Land Recording Division in  "Which the .land applied for is situated,  and are made on printed forms, cjopies  of which can he obtained from the X>and  Commissioner.    ^ y  .Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and improvements -made to  value of $>Q per aero, including clearing tt),nd cultivatlnfii at least? five acres,  befdre a Orowii Oiriiht can he received.  For more detailed information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt Land."  -.^y*vV-..     --.PimCipASE;;;,.  .; ���������>��������� '  Applications are received for piirchoae  of vacant, unreserved "Crown Lands,  not .hc^ng timberland, for agricultural  purposes; minimum ptlce*of first-class  (arable) land is $5 per acre; and second  class (gretalng)"*" land $2.50^ par acre.  Further Information regarding purchase  or tease of Crown lands Is given in Bulletin No. 10, Land Series; ."Purchase  and Lease of Crown Lands."}.  M.1U, factory or industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding * 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the conditions including payment of stumpage.  HOMK8ITE LEASES '  Unsurveyed areas not exceeding 20  acres may be leauetl aa homea&&M*"������ii, conditional upon a dwelling being erected  In the first* year, title being (Obtainable  after .residence and improvement conditions are fulfilled and land has been  surveyed.  LKASKB  For. grazing, and industrial purposes  areas riot Exceeding 040 acres may bo i  leaned by one p-arron. or a compwny.  ''.CSKAZING ��������� " i:  Under the Grasslntf Act, the Province, is divided into grassing districts  and. tho range administered .under a  Qrazing Commissioner. Annual grazing permits are Issued based on numbers rtanged, priority being sivon to  'established owners. .Qtock-owuiPi'B may  form associations - for range manago-  iiird*iL Fn'cjii, &s partially fc~s��������� j5*rrwH������i  are available for settlors, campers or  "travelldra, up ten ten. head. ���������  grov/s and you experience the joy of accom-  plishmento There is a Savings Bank Oe-part-  ment at every branch of this Bank.  4D  IMPEIUAL  ^k-.^l^I  C������W^ AIXAN,  <SEsr~Ja*mammmamas*mmmm  OF *ZU^E*J*SiA  CRESTON BRANCH,  r*tar.-*ivam  Monaj������er.  msaaammmmmmm  ���������Do Not Lose Interest  .  " ';������������������#.."by- deSaying   tb   deposit   you?  nnvines. ��������� J-''  TF you camnot vinitl us personally,  send your deposits by mail. Have:  the'satisfaction of knowing that yotir  money is safely protected and ia  earning interest regularly. -  THE CANADIAN BAMC  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20^00^000   ,    H;  Kesetve TFund $20,000^00  Crcstotk Branch.  ���������MaaaMaaMui  mMmmmmtmmM  R. J. Forbes, Manaffer  aeraaa  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  MEAT MERCHANTS  * * 'Pi J-n-um'i ���������id���������in-i~1iir mr^I*--r'���������rr ir~iT:nTMrTMiiiLiiiiijrlll^pn^nmiiLli     i _iii jrii in 'jrrliii���������iniir-���������-lI '"' I" i ~!" ''TIP"i i""'y* - 'iii":'i'  a  1TRY OUK       :���������    '  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An ocOnomichl dish. o������sy to nerve.*  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON etna LARD  GLENDALE ' CREAMERY BUTTER  Uovrrunicnt fjcl'iadcd. Iiiglic'tat c|iaalityi'  FRESH *nd CURED FISH  iall vnrlctloB, ^  Choices>,t 'BEEb, PQRK, MUTTON, tEAL> LAMB  BURNS* IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  jmn.utt,utt *!-pM pa-iuJuctlott nnd p������"oda*<<*������������������ '������wt*,or p������������Tr,ry.    Iliay the l������r������t.  asm  aaaassj rt- fW PwCKfeV:  ^'^^T^-^iS^^  ^sMfaga^ijf-cfarw-g-te^^  i  ^SKE   Bl#Mi^ B;   a  [Latest Achievement '.-._  I "*"   Of  British  Salvors  &o felliI^S^sisrta:m:ei  Tovved  achievement   of   British   salvors.  ex-German." battle-cruiser  Moltke  DOUBLE MINT-easy to  remember���������and hard to forget, once -you've tried it.  Keeps teeth white,  breath sweet, aids appetite  and digestion . *  Ex-Girman    Warship    Upside  V Down Fop Three.: MHes    VV  Tlie towing oE a 25,000-ton warship  upside clown for three miles is the latest  The  was raised  nearly tlaree aiionthsVaso  frond the floor ot Scapa Plow, in.,the  Orkneys, by Messrs. Cox and Danks.  Site  lay  on   Cava ��������� Island  bottom  up-  waafds*;?Ein<l.:much of her.^outervcasing  ! w^s^'fc|B^oyQd;.  - But  In   her-* exposed  I poiijio^}^^ ? impossible  \ daii-ijig?the? winter  gales,, and fit "was  ; decided to remove lier to hyness. All  ' holes were plugged .'and -0h-naping. be-'  gah, and? as the air-pressure-increased  land she    becaxae   .partly   -buoyant    a.  ('floating dock was? placed on "each side.  j Then lier   last  voyage   began   to  Ly-  i ne'ss. Flerf V '-"  - ���������  Icelander's ReniarfeaWe Feat  When your tea doesn't taste  Tsglil: y "tfe������ y eKasi*s������s ar^ t-hafe'  it /is put  up in an  Infericr:  packag^ir To bo sure of--get-'  *ti^';i|^it::-bf.?unvarying. good  ���������quality,'"leas' that th������ package  iaruit, dust and damp-proof.  InetH������? W*t>r&������ make sisre it,  |s Red Hose Tea in the bright,  clean,  lanitary  aluminum  pafck&ge���������the finest container  ever used for tea.. ' .' ?t 0  "n     Aai Annual  Event  Here is-a story a Hiawatha, KsunsaiB,  young 1-ady told on herself. It Is the  honest truth.   She  is  still ..wearing  tt  SUNDAY  SCBO  L  LESSON  OCTOBER 23  THE   CALL   OF   THE   PROPHET  '   Golden Text:    "And   I-   heard    the  voice of the lord,*sayhig, Whom shall  I send..and who will go for us? Then  I said, 'Hero am I; 'Bend me.'"���������-  Isaiah 6.8.  Lesson:   1   Kings   IS J 9,   20;'   AmoB  7.10-15*  Isaiah  6.1-8.  *    Devotional Heading:  .Psalm 40.5-1O--  Explanafcions and* Comments  The Cail Of the ProphetJEll&h'a,  1 IClngs 19.19, 20.���������Elhsha was plowing  ggrlth twelve pair of oxew before him,  t.  dross she wore when yhc was 12 years \ e\������}r,ei\ va\r.  euided   by   his   servants  ^.,,   ������������ "     -j.    i , , a .,;  S.   .'    -while he himself guided the  twelfth  old, Tlae material is so good tlaat sho   ^iv.    *Rm,,h    ������.������n,���������*h������ia    ���������������,i    ^  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  S-wa*n yTwelve   IV*i l������s In   Arctic Ocean  V    With  Temperature  at  33      '  Degrees  Swimming ihe Eu^us'u elianae* is  mere- play"beside the feat of a young  Icelander,'Erllngur Palsson, a eensta-  ble .iyf.-l-teV-lsJlvajk,. who swam twelve  miles hi thi-" Arctic Ocean wi^h the  water ?at a temporatua-e o������ 3 2.. 8���������barely above freeing- point. He wore  throe bathing suits.  i     It  is 000 years    "since     this    swiah  doesn't wailt to throw the dress away,  has  no younger sister to-  give  it.  tb.  Each year she says, in or������ler to keep  pace with tho march oC fasliioia, she  taKes up the ch*ess at  iho hem. So "it"  anmtaUy set a shorter.  intTn  DUE.  Digestion  Through'   Rich,  3  Red  ntripe.  Blood  be iio    ptrfeet digestion  from  the island   of   Drangoe,  ita .the  Skagraftjoni^'to tlio mainland lias been  accomplished^ and. that avas\ by the  legendaa*y outlaw, Grettir." Until Pals-  ���������~ :���������~ "���������: son   swam   the "distance   nobody,   be-  ParaehuEes saved the lives of- three '. Ueved- the legend, for it was regarded  "passengers, when a military 'i-lane  crashed al Peris, aear Bucharest. Tlie  pilot and-observer were killed.  Prince George has been appointed  to serve on Uie aev battleship Nelson, acting on. the staff of the Con-  utaiiuier-jiii'-Kiniei' of itie ^itianti-c  i-lcGt.  as ianpossib-le for   a Iranian being  endure the freezing    -water    for    the  four'and   a   half, hours   necessary   to  cover the twelve miles. . '.-'..  Orders  for more rigid enforcement  of the  tariff law as affecting interna-  Uon&l tourists' automobiles have been i  sent out to collectors by the U.S. customs service. .     ..     v  Backed?. by.  fidfends   of .CoL, P.   H.  Pawce.tt,, who,, vanished*in the 'Brazll-  . ian jungie ih 1925, an expedition headed by fccbnmauder -George Miller Dy-  ott will leave in a few weeks to search  for the. missing  scientist.  Donald J. MaeDougail of.Balliol Col-  logo. Oxfoi-d LTniversity, a former  Carfadian* soldier? whqjTwas blihdedin  tho war, has .been .remarkably ^.successful In his examinations and has  taken a lirst in honors*ih anoderai.hLs  tory. "-s  Exact reproduction of aatessages  ���������either-in handwriting or typewritten,  may some day become practicable.  Col. Maaiton Davis, counsel for the  Radio Corpoi'sition of America, declared .before a committee of the International Radio Telega*aph Convention before whlcli he urged great liberality in regulating government, wireless.  yKo one need endure the agony of  corns "'with* "Holloway's -Corn Remover  at hand to remove them.  There can  unless yoti have.:rich, red blood. This  i is seieiitiflcally true. It is also true  'that there is noytonio for the stomach  i that is not at tonie for every other  ipart of tlie, body. The way, then, to  j tone tip the stomach ts to tone tip the  ; blood. ?:?���������  i The an any so-called stomach remedies merely try to digest your f<iod  for you. , How much better it isVt������;  tone up. the stomach so that it will d<?  its own work ,.asf nature intended!  There is -no pleasure in eating pre-  to [digested food. Tone up your stomach  ' and your appetite and digestion v$il  soon be'normal. - y  If your digestion is weak and y*our  blood, .thtfcyoufyjca^ed the help?of Dr.  Williams' Pink fPills to enrich " the  bipod and restore, strength. In addition use" "care" fiiV-tiie selection t>ffyqur  pair.    Elijah    approached    and    cast  upon  Ellsha  his  mantle,   which   was  the   ��������� characteristic     gai*b     of      the  prophets, Kech. 13.4; Ihis was: Elisha'a  call to. the  p.rophot's  oillco.    It is an  .interesting fact, by the way, that the  insignia   which   graduates- of  certain,  colleges   in  England  wear   o*a   appro?.  prlate .uec-asicms���������the   iambskiu  hood  or cloak���������can    be    traced    back    to  Elijah's  inancie, which  wars the   sitir  of soane animal dressed with the hair-j  left on.    "l wish that "his mantle miglit \  fall upon me," is an expression not in- ]  frequently heard from one who covets |  another's  gifts or gracic&f !  Elisha ran after Elijrah and promised  to  follow him  after  he had said  farewell to his father and another. And  Elijah   said  to him,  "Go back again;  for  what have , I    'done    to    thee?" ;  "Whatever   sacrifice   was  involved in j  ihe prophetic call' was to be made un- [  grudgingly.    Elijah,    like    our    Lord, j  would  have  no   half-hoar ted "service:  Compare Luke 9.59-62." J  . . II.    The Cail Of the Prophet Amos.  Amos    T.i4,   . 15.'���������"Then      answe^d  Amos."   His consciousness of his  divine   commission upheM   him   in   the  face of the    threats    and    commands  of the high priest -Amaztah: see verses  3,0-13;.   ���������,-   -y yV ���������     Vf���������    "PP..-.  "I-Rras a herdsman and a dresser ot  ] sycamore-" trees." Sycamore1 trees.  yielded, fruit which would ripen only  -after being punctured and to do this  was the humble and scantily remunerating, task of Amos. He was not^  members of a prophetic guild; he waa  an "inspired farmer"  chosen by God  d&ees ended in death!    So a reccmt  Canadian ���������   Investigation   ' showed.  TheBe wore not cases of Infectious  ���������diseaaea���������ot consumption���������of ty-  E>h6!i!    They were cases 'where a  person had  sustained  some Blight  injury���������a cut, a <burn, a wlra-prlck  -���������and   where   ,tho   wound,   being  thought not serious enough for caTe-  ������ul tretiliiieni, had been neglected.  Blood-poisoning and death resulted.  -Whsa you or your childrea bus-  taia any injury, ensure against Infection hy applying ������am-Buk. This  halm itoothes the pain, stops bleeding, and hy destroying all  germs  -prevents blood-poisoning, etc. Hence  nc> time need be lost JS*om v?Qrlc or  pleasure by those who use Zam-Buk.  All dealers, 60c. box.  (L^l\,  vour  stomach   troulsS's -wils  j..' If Miller-'s Worm Pcwdcra needed  tlie support of testimonials they could  be got from" mothers who know tho  great virtue of this excellent medicine.    But the powders will speak for  f themselves audi in such a way that.  there can ho no question of thfcm.  They act speedily and thoroughly, and  the child to. whom they are admin is-,  tea-eel will show Improvement'from the  lirst dose.  soon pass away., Mr. Gordon 0?hindas,  Peterborb, Onfe.,>tells as follows''What  this medicine did for him. He says:  "'Something over''a year ago' I was  a gasoline salesman when I was  take,n sick. I felt very miserable aiid  i lost' twelve pounds in weight.. VI did t xr .   .^   ^.j.   ..   -,.    - . .    - .��������� .  not sleep well and could not ^ as i pahie Of Newspaper Advertising  could scarcely retain anything in'my-I. S~^������������������  -'ii  in 1  5e  rzs  messenger to "Is-proI- '  "The faithful performance" of the  commonplaces ot daily life is the best  preparation for any great ���������'���������'demand'  that may suddenly break in upon our  lives:'%^F; 15. Meyer.  Celebrated Eighth  Birthday  ' British civil aviation having recently celebrated its eighth birthday, I  took the trouble to dig np a" few facts  concerning the career pf this healthy  youngster. I won't bore ypu > with too  many figures, but it shonld be placed  on record that during the past eight  years British Air Services have flown  approximately six million miles and  have carried 90,000 passengers on  regular services, while since April 1,  1924, over 50,000 passengers have  crossed the Channel alone. ��������� London  Bystander.  Mothers Should Use  stomach;-^ I - went to a local? jclpctoi*  who told me-^fho fumes of the gas  had got into wy^system. He gave me  some medicine and "told me I had better go to the country for a change of  air,.-..I,did so, but I still felt listless  and groggy, arid had.no ambition. On  the advice of a fi*iend I decided to  try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I had.  aiiot been taking thoa pills long before  I )".was beginning to rest better, and.  to eat fairly well. I kept on taking  the pills until at the end of the.  seventh box I. knew I did riot need any  more, as. I had gained the weight I  had' lost, slept well and could' eat  anything. I have since had -splendid  health' and cannot say too'much In  praise of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  You" can get these Pills from any  medicine dealer-or. by mail at. 50 cts.  a box from The Dr. Williams.' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont. ���������,  Says. Advertising   Is   Right   Haaid   Of  y y;-^;.Business- <s*������y. Tcj^day ..  Merchant, -adverti ser' and publish er,  the modern triangle of business, united ih jt*jaeral discussion of problems  at tlie semi-annual general meeting of  the Canadian Association-;.of Advertising Agencies held in Montreal.'   ������������������-���������  Joe -Laporte, vace-presldeiit and  general ^iianager of Laporte,' Martin  Ltd.; in 'telling wliatV "theVinerchant  thought of 'advertising," said' advertising was the right hand of business.  and .that "today a- "business haa. no  right tp ' be . without its advertising  agencies;''tor the leading part they  have taken in the development of  newspaper advertising.'  "S-EX:T������XDF:A%  pt}&ijL^p''p  &V*4:Ws4M  French Capital Invades Oil Fields  French capital will enter the Tiaraa-  er Valley oil-fields, neaa* Calgary,'this  year, through L. L. Thompson aaad S,  ' II, Adams, aR.'anl'S for a Parlnlnn fin-  nnctal ftrtn. The'two meai are aiegoii-  atiing for 1,710 ucro.s of oil leases Tor  their principialfl.  What is Home With a  tSick Mother?  Pcterlioro, Out.���������"Followhip; motherhood I developed a ta-ouhle that pulled  ine completely.dowas  in health. My ncrvca  werebnd, 1 wain weak,  had severe pain a iai  any siilcs, nay back  n<-:lierl nnd \ wna a  aicrvoatH aiad physical  wreck, Bait, after tak-  iiiK five holtletj of Or,  Pierce's Favorite  P:T'*.cr:;>tioi*i my  nervefl weire aai bodcI  rondition nnd I fullj'r^amerl my licahli  mu\ 1-.1 resisth, I recommend tlae 'Kuvor-  iu'- Prcwraiitinn" to all \vt������mun who HiafTcr  iw I flid."���������Mrn, Maurice Tobin, 100  Strward Sa.  Ah drn^p;i������|ji.    Tableth ot llfnttd.  Than   I'rwirraptioai   aia   naade  aaa' Dr.  t"'iti'r������-e't. l.,iib(.ii-atorry iaa IlrhlitflnarK, Ont.  Jvunl  IU criatfl. thrrc if you wiHla u trial  j-.n-l...,-.-. ut'lho tablet'!.  A Modioli C&at  The woman who do aires a,n unusually saauart, coat wilt, Hud this, a  most graceful and becoanliag Htyle,  The shaped sections aaid Umg sliawl  collar glvo the anucli-dcKired slondor-  licing lines, and tXio ������<3t-in twopleco  sleeves are ilnlslunl wltJ) slmped'���������ruffs.  No'. 1G70 i������-in sizes .,36. SS, 40, '42 and  ���������1-1 Inch ns bu fat Size BN roqiilrofl 4%  jfairda ac-inch, or 3!^ yards !><l-inch  material, and i'Pn yards 36-inch Ithihg.  Price 20 conl.ii ibe pattern.  Wheat Grown In Sub-A.rctic  "j Mariners at Fori St. .Tohn, 200 mile's  north oC Peace River town, have ask-  the Alberta Wheat Pool to assist them  lit transporting -10,000 InisheLs of No..  1 "Northern whoab to - market. Tho  wheat was grown practically in tho  sub-Arctic, 200 miles lYoni a rail shipping point.  TORONTO WCMViM  IS GRATEFUL  j The Oil Of Power.���������It is not. claimed Lor Dr. Thomas' Ecilectrtc Oil tlaat  it will remedy every ill, bui. its uses  are so various that it may bo loolcea  upon as a general pain killer. It has  achieved that ga-eatnegs for Itself and  its excellence is known to all who  have tested its virtues and learned  by experience, -        "  During the baby's teething time, in the  hot summer months, the bowefe become  loose and diarrhoea, dysentery, colic,  cramps andw other bowel complaints  maniaest themselves; the gums' become  ���������swollen, cahkears?form in the mouth, and  ih many cases?;ftlie- .."child wastea to a  shadow, -and very often the terahination  .is fatal.:,  This ia'-v the time when the; mother  should use MDjr{ Fowler's," atad, perhaps, save the* baby's liie,  'It. has bieei?on. the market7 for the  snly by Tho T  Toronto,. Ont.  faaSt 80.i'lyasjlTsj. put up ot  *Alilbiirh Go:, Limited, Tc  .,S ",;' ^'* .;���������,���������'��������� ' '���������   t ���������'  1  u lil  V  .18  i  Mi  ' Si  ill  I1  i'  I  I'll  if  ?  Empire Christinas Pudding  A "Vohr that changea color, from  pale' yellow to yellow deeply splashed..  with redr according to whether it is  cold or Syarm when tho "bud opens,  was exhibited at a recent English  flower show. V .'?'..  How To Order Patterns  Address���������Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  175' "McPermdi  Ave.,  WlnnlpeK  Patlern   No,.V- ,,, - SIzcT.��������� ...,  "^^^  W.    N ���������     V  ii'I!  Nnutn������  Town  ~.>~.,  I   ���������  ������  ���������   ������������������������  *>  *M������   <  AVlien an InipaRHloftod oratoa^. bold  out lata arms and walled pathetically;  "13ave any of you ove-r linown. huta,-  K������r'f?" at f-rlrl In on������ of th<"i front nnatfa !  iwwirly brolao lap thn Iecturo by audibly  rorurultliiK: "I'll tell tho -world; I wnn  in} aulxnitcu late iov lunrh, todra;.',"  *" "  ""~~~ " "��������� ���������*" ������������������  Mlnnrrl'n  Linlmerait for Too'th,-������cl������t������,  To Gin Pills For Relieving  Pain and LiatlesaBiess  HouRohoid. <Uities were buralensomr;  pain* \vracked hor" body; medical  fikill accomplished nothing'; then���������  amd how often thia happens!���������a  friend advised .Oiar Pills. This  former sufl'orer writes;  ��������� "For ftlicuit omw year I Jiml tronVtl*i  >w!U������ rrwvr bn<*k, I g:at������1.'������,������'J *"* ennlly.  had n. iovrJIMv JiBllomi feoltrini nt ull  tltncn. ������ limi mciHrnl ntii������Tn(tll������>n ������ia  rturlnot thia rperiod but couldn't  oljtuin toilet. ������  "After vminpf thn ilnt-te ������r������C Gin  PtH������ 1 ������ot rt>]\������t innfl,, atttiv taklna  Ihrots hoxtf������. I fe������l thiit I nan com-      -.  r''"t'������Iv rcHm^nl,    X'Rlw'Byn 1������������kh> ���������Oln  JMllsi   In th������ mctliclno cubSirkBa."  <N������i.m������ on roqueMl)  Don't auiTor noedl������a������ nRoaayl Don't  lay yourself: wide opera to wcour,go������  lilcoHbeuwutiani, Sciaticn,Lumbaflfo  nnd acute Bladder Ills, by raoiylect-  Iiir- your JcIf^ioyH, Severa hftckache  ond <.U7.sKjr apollR flYra -wnrnln^s, So  nrff headachew^ MWolStin joints, painful, wcanty or too IroqiU'ent "win ration, Bnfcrffunytl ycoracW. EclEcve  pain ���������quickly. Take Gin IMllrt, J>0c  a hox ut nil drufffftota. National  BruK ������i Chomical Cowupa*ny of  Canada, Llanltcd, fl,ot,ont������oi������ Canada.  ** ���������      ���������- -        tea  Empire Marketing Bbard Sends Out a  iFleclpe By the Klna'*3 Chef  The King's Chef. M. Codard, with  Their Majesties'7gracious consent, has  Huppllod to- the Emj.)lro Mauicotlng  Board aVrooinu'for tin. Kmnlro t'hrtst-  mas Puftdhipr. Tho followins; aro tho"  ir.Kt'cclients, together with the portion  of tho Eiaipive froan whioh thoy aro  obtained: *  ��������� Five pounds eumints, Australia; 5  lbs. fiiiltiinuH, AnstroUa;' fi lbs. atonocl  ralsiiiH, South Afrlraj -V/j Una.  minced applos, Canada; 5 lb������. bread  ci-uinhs, United Klngxlom; 5 lb������. hoof  BUoL,rNow Zoahmtl; 2 lbs. cut candlod  pod/South Africa; V/^Vrnt. fto������r,,nnlt-'  ed KInKdoni; 2% lbs, demorara su-  garT Woflt IbmIJos; 2Q> eggs, Irish Freo  State; 2 oks. ground clnmimon, Coy*  Ion; 1% o.zft. xyroiinrl. <*-lovn������, Xirinxlbair;  3.V& ozh, ground mitmogs, Straits Settlements; J. toasooohCul puddirtR eploo,  India; 1 gill brandy, Cyprus;' 2 gills  luju, JajiiaJf'^i; 2 q.u;irl.r. old hr4r>r,  England.  Ab a vormKufto   ������n   ���������offocUyo,  pro-  pnrtttlon hi Mother Graves' Woi'ii* 12k-  termlnntor, and It ������a������?lio1g'.vam t^ the,  nioaJt ihilloato child   without   fear    of  injury to tho aonwtitutlon. ������  An Oil Without Alcohol.���������Some oils  and many medicines have alcohol aa  a promlont    ingredient,    A   judicious  mhiBMng of aiJt osseutial oils cointio"se  Dr. Thomas,'. .Bcl.pctrlc OH, and there  Is no alcohol hi It, &o ihat Its effects  aim lasting..  A phyaician sti-ys that women sol-  tl om t,aBc in} theii' filooii. Of course  they tloh't; th'a-v ol'Kan -of speeeh must  have ain occasional'reist,,/    '���������''..  - ' ' ���������   .    [.,' .    -';   ..       ....  tttm^f^y^^mMtmmmmtmmtit^  *i*i  "T"  bare Thrb-at  Spread ,6n   brown, paper, . and  apply     on     outside.   Reduces  awollirigfl nnd easea pain.   ,  MMMHMMMMWI  ' ii,k..w^^w^^.iiIi������i..i.'^  The Topo of rtonrnd teoow to cqnton-  filoat every Friday. Ilhr* nonfMsor in  Fat her Albwrtll, ������ Jlni^uM.  VRU $2.00 Given������������������ K  NO.WORK  QT FUN  boys  Simply ������e<������ MJ Sataf of Our Fnmoun Christ-  mn������ Baat* tor 10o n nat, Whon sold lend  un $3.00. nntl U������ep $8.00, W������ truit you  until CHfl������tnu������������.���������r8t, .-Nlcholnt fienl Co.,  Dept. 630 W.N.U., Drooklyn, N.Y., U.Q.A.  m  1  %  TUB NBW PflSNOH WCMBDV, Hoi  i rani���������a* a ~m iy ir> j^, 8Pt|aJC*lfiMNo-a!!  ������..._.   --     -gaturirtU. Wo,������ fop klootA'*  ��������� v fkii' Cf< t'isWi S   ".it'.liXS S-.R i R  .  (UluiM. hi- r*tt<rn m>������U  lium  i.C������.H������-������������������toi.UI'.l,inV,VI.<.rulau  UKMV       *w .  w*    aaaai **mm* wm J._r ������������������  Ho. 1 foi- na������������IA������r CaU H^v  Mini.** 'k.tmmtt^.mm.  h'"������  .1...  ���������PMXICLX|ICH������4 WJ.   mSmWCQIWs      g������       ft  J ws  /,".v ..Mai J-XGIC -  BAKBNG POWDEH  ' all ofhiaBF braaTid^  * ol  MADE /A' CAMADA  ������.W. GB LLETT CO. BJTD  TORONTO,  CAM*  One Crop Buys Farm  y  . i  Remarkable  Success  Of   New  Settler  On  Lethbridge   Irrigation Tract  Here is the report of the first new  settler on the    Lethbridge . Northern  irrigation  tract   to   complete  harvesting this    year:     Saunders    Bros.."   of  [Iron    Springs ��������� purchased      quarter  section there last July paying $1,894.-  80, one-third crop to go to Lethbridge  Northern as purchase price.      Broke  land  in August.    -   Seeded   to   spring  wheat 140 acresv    Harvest concluded,  all   wheat  in   elevator.        Total   crop  4,581 bushels.     Grade No. 1. Offer for  wheat today $1.33 per btfshel net to  owner,     li. N. share 1,500'bushels at  $1.33, .total value $2,000; which means  that the jLethbrldge Northern,,   it    it  t sells' the  wheat  today, will have  to  ' returK. $105.20 tcs Saunders Eros., be-  I ing the" excess which-one-third of the  ���������m I crop  brought over purchase price  of  land.   This crop was cut and harvested with a combine    and    the    grain  ' graded  a  perfect  No.   1  direct   ffroxu  the machine-.  Vieks* healing, antiseptic ingredients  bring soothing relief.   Apply gently  Home. It was used by Mrs. Wymuth  in her turn, not only t������ sho-gsr the girls  how grateful they should be for food,  shelter, clothing, and the.blessings of  the gospel, hut also Cor kind friends  to thinkNif them. Mrs. Wymuth's  tongue dripped boraey, when she made  the announcement to the girls.  r  a,.  j>AiMXfi>y?mES  Mel������ie .. ������f Mc������lO&6  ii  %j_&  g.|,"M'il,l?'l.C*Y;4.A f?-S? BS E?tf-Y CA R UYi  beliefe she'll keep her pro-  miso, she's that kind. If she doesn't  it will be my woTd against hers, anyway, aud she* won't have much chance.  But I'd hate it to come to that���������I hate  scenes. How could I tell there was  going to he a raid that day? And I  believe that. Home, la not such a bad  place���������there's a teacher there���������and  maybe she won't mind it. Anyway, 1  can't help it. A girl as pretty as that  was likely to strike ������ atiag anyway."  . Users of the -drug are not much  troubled with pangs of conscience.  Yet the thought -persisted, gnawing,  nagging cutting in upon her gayest  moments. She cpuld not forget Helmi with her worshipping eyes and. her  blind,  unreasoning   adoration ���������   she  CO P Y RtG H Tr C AN ADA-.  i 925  Thdkdopr of Vthe .; .cgnsmon yrropm  opened xjtiiiStiyV ^he* IlgM was sMtcli-  eci- on, and Mrs. Wymuth in dishevelled night clothes stood-"'-blinking like  an owl at the light. Helmi sto'od at  tho Tvlndow facing her, unafraid and  calm.  -Mrs. Wymuth had* a    sudden   plan.  Helmi had come back to the~scene���������  she    was    frightened���������now   was   the*  time.  "I came the glass to pick up," said  Helmi, in  a whisper.    VI hope he is  Hot hurt bad?!' sji,   p-P  VV   *}J\   '  "Hehi'S cfe&d," said Mrsi Wymuth, in  | a voice as hollow as an fehipty fehurch.  | "Oh, Helani,Vgyou-;.have - killed 1-.him,  |w:yUe4< hini^ He, is lying  now cold in death."  ao-  hegan" to speak mechariicjtfly? V  "It  was���������"   then   she ' stopped  ruptiyV? Her olath^yhe hadf^worn!  A deafening clanging outside  drowned her . words, the singing  scream of a fire-engine that raced hy  rocking from" side to side.. . .^ ii'.  "Who was it, Helmi, dear���������-speak  the .name���������I wilt save ypu." Mrs; Wymuth "'came closer, fawning terribly.  "Helmi I will tell them you did not  mean it.   Just tell me who sent yoii.  ;������  -.ti.      T-;  ���������������-* ~* -^-*  table  ***������ word  chatrs-^-Vdoov.V^f r>ead! The  beat like a'drum with every  beat of her heart. Dead! Dead!  Dead!   Murha!   Murita! ;  The   red  word   danced  before  her  eyes.  "Helmi,   the   police' will   come   for  you.    I will have to send for them���������  J. 1.LCJT TI  111       *AC%AA*b  so young. But tell me. Helmi d������ar,  and i will be your friend���������tell me,  ~HelimV'     *  Helmi drew back, irresolute. There  was a step in the hall, quick, imfia-  tieht; then a voice. ****��������� ������������������*."-  "What "the * devil are you doing in  UOUlflU I,    lUlgCV   UCi.       ;������������������:-; ��������� ... -'���������>..     ...-.;     ...   '  . .i ., -    ���������  .... Then fSva tried* another way>  She  had,-always, Vbeeny   able--- by    taking  thought to justify her y.actions.    She  now? justified,; .hor. silence, by telling  ftaerself that if she had come if or ward  a>nd confessed that she had sent: Helmi for the drug} it would have injured  her ^husband's^practice, and*, probably,  broken his heart.    She   told   herself  over and over  again that she owed  her -first.'.���������duty to hiiru He did so much  for ���������-���������;suffering ^humanity;���������? eased- so  many people's pain, and;did it so^gen-  erously, that nothing must . ever  !lnr  jure him.   That was her first, duty, to  guard, her husband. ..-������������������������������������r} ������������������������������������������������������'':;'  Eva began to  believe in her own  wifely    devotion.    A    woman's    life  .should be; submerged, in ?her husband's  anyway-r-she really had"no Jlfo apart  frqm him. She, had been wreiig to" be  so independent oTf -dear old Humphrey  ���������he was the Bafest port in a storm  after^'aU.-|^''"^%ly,^3 Victorian    spirit  settled dowB. upon her.      f  ^^?Iral :'h^''?*n^-^an^"-entl^siasm. Eva 1  grew more thoughtful-of the Doctor's  comfort and more  interested   in  his  work.  The Doctor, hungry    for    her  t favor, was quic^ to see the little- at-  ���������With a small  piece of court plaster j tentions she was bestowing on him.  I on bis  cheek,   the bhly sign  of the  accident, stood the alleged corpse In  a faded brow*--*- dressing-gown, his big  bare feet spread    hideously    on    the  Hooray .sr':tv? '& y i^-^ ������������������������������������  ~       Had ThrUung Trip  Girl Member Of Trader Crew Returns  After Voyage To South Seas  A proposal of marriage from a "cannibal chief in the New Hebrides *and  a scoro of other ��������� adventures la the  South Seas were part of the story of  a girl who returned to her home in  New Yo'rk after a runaway trip to  sea.  .The girl, Viola Jrene Cooper, a  member of a trader cT-e-w tha,* included Malays, Arabs, Pijians, Portuguese*'  and French men, stood watch and ate  shark Sns ns regularly as the most  able bodied seaman In the realization  of a dream inspired by reading the  sea stories of Stevenson, Conrad and  Melville.  Miss Cooper shipped from San  Francisco with a friend, jean Schoen.  The girls had- cOnsiderable difficulty  getting jobs -but a -kindly captain  finally hired them and away they  went on a cruise to'the romantic lands  they; had* long desired to see.  y "We. were treated yjcourteously by  -everyonewe .met," reports Miss  Cooper. "I was. only scared once,  and that was "by the cannibal chief.  HeV pinched my arm and said "You  belong to" me," ; and I did not know  "whetlier he wahted to mararv; me or  eat me. But" we were goo'd friends  aftejriUiat.;f and ? lie promised me a  copi^^tend^: if I would send him a  silk hat and aVcutaway coat I promised I would.'*"  Dead! The room swam past Helmi,   ^^^^s ^t^J^'l':,    Jl  j Little Helps For This HVeek  WM  Comes to the boil  far Quicker than other  wares. Gets ihe work  done faster^���������-thus" sav-  Z~.~'*������..gj"     '* I k* t-,+{."u  sings sooner when, it is  aror n.nameiea ware.  The vegetables are  done on time. You  waste'no tuhe an-dyou  use less fueL Ask your  Vlocal hard^yat^imer^-  : chant for tfiaF*Scono-?  iHical9 fuel-saving  ���������������������SHefiT Metal Produces co?LV������������  ���������iOMTRalML   TCT10������*TO    WINNIPEG  CDMOMTOM     VAKCOUVSa   CAUIKRV  1KB  For we are saved by hope.  vlii. 2d.  -Romans  ..ja?r#  He^t4ooked?lJErcOTi;one?ito^the other,  VI  will have to tell them you struck | and a ,du11 re4 ca"1ta^l^-'  f him down.    Listen,    Helmi,. tell    me   ** .SgP^"1^Z^1^ ^T*  J now who was it ,sent ,.yod^^orSUie.l^f'l^f ^Hfd-.,^, ^r^^M^  P dope? I'll save ^4 'M^.^Mi to^l ������^^f ^J^^^S^f IP  -'  iff vou'll sav *^ ������4,^k:?3 P pp :pPt   ^^r-?sheysaldv in careful,-*Eng*flsh, She  ������������������'���������'���������     Terror had froze^&Hel^sVrh^oa. V^y11^ .R,f������ffJ ������������������W������U^lJ^>^^  She knew how ojgifr- a tiling tt was ! dfor������ b witching-on-the hall- 1 ght as  ' she passed and making no  effort to  to "kill���������people -who kill  are hanged!  She locked and uiiieckedyheir'fhands.::  'Must say the name, Helmi, and I'll  save you���������just the"name;''-'':--:?  For the raome'nt Helmi   could  not  - remove   her .minu   from   the  terrible  present. *  Then she remeihbea-Gd. She\  RUN DOWN AFTER  BIRTH OF BABY  .walk quietly...  Ottawa Woman Made Strong by  Taking Lydia E. Pinkliam'a  Vegetable Coiupoiiiiu       y  Ottawa, Ontario.���������>.*'I was terribly  run-down after the birth of my third r  baby. 1 had awfutheiwi^^-d(>wnpaiiia;  and was afraid I faad seriou^ trouble-  I was .tired all the timte and had no'  appetite.    My siflter-an-lawia takiiiff  Lydia P.. Pankham's Vcpfetablo Compound and cannot praise it too highly >  and asked mo to try it,   I halve had  splendid results mad fo61 flno all the  tamo now.    Any 011,0 -who lioetls'a.  thorough   plck-tii<i-up ���������: Sooil" loarhs i.  from mo -whofc to!'���������ivlce.f'^lt������.'ItENH ���������  PAcjiTiNa ai2 Onariherlnnd: fltteo*^ Ot--  tawa, Ontario.  Terrible Backache  Hamilton, Ont,-���������"After my bnby  waifi born I had terrible backache nnd  hondachoH. I could not do my work und  felt tared from tho flratf-mlftUtft'���������% ttot  up. Kut worst of 'hllvwere tlw pri'"������  in my sadoa* when t movod-about"; ? I -  hurl to ������ator li������������ down for nwhalo aC-  torwards^ | could keep my Iioubo iai  order, but many thlncft had to (?o undone at tho timo, becauso oC my ailments. I waa told by a neighbor to  tako I,ydiaK. Piukham'a {V-epotabto ,  Compound, m shrd'tiaid it wo-ui<11?uU������}  uio aap. I was relEevftd befortf X had  taken tho lirst w������ bought Jtfid havo  not bad any trouble like it ninco."���������  Mtpi. T, Makicoc. GO Burton Stroot,  >l<nnJltoii. Oaitarlo. O  \v.   \T.   r.  17 on  to ;eat?.with; the other girisiy yfHelmi  was a girl of eVil temper���������Mra. Wymuth explained thin verv carefully  *whenV'the^lrls?'''--werei .at .y.breakfast.  "Mrs.'"Wymaith loved. tcV"mix morality  and meals, so she made* quite a little  cereapony of the casting out of Helm I.  The girls were asked if they thought  : sho liSd^sdono wr^hg. Knowing whta?t  "^hoy^ere':saippos^'tx)?'say?tliey said'";  f������~ri^A.lJ|.,.Ifruit:^. 3yilnni<4/'wiio?.began to city''  ���������and"' wn's sent froih^tho rooin; V  Holmi was to bo excluded from  meals nt tables, prayers and lessons  until she apologized, Mrs. "V^ymuth  rightly divining that she had struck  a blow that would hurt deeply when  sliOj deprived Heiral of tho.** lessons  which she" loved. She-had her meftls  in ttiti-: lcltcjipnj:;, prayers! sho <jouta do|  ' wltiiflut'gi'Sdly,*1 b'������t"'tiiQ lessSns'!.'  'Holml was ordered to take hor  phtto niid'ciitloi'y to tho kitchen. She  did so", walking erect and calm, ancl  loolclug, straight..Into- tho oyqo pf tho  '���������matvoiv'fas yBho'^ passed. '; T^o'*.' ^glrla,  shiuidovod. fpr fear "for ;hoavf\v.4;0*o.''i'tliey'  "s'aw-iaow uaieohiri'uinird'a nho'-ivas: A.t tho  door of tho kitchen Holml paused and  looked back. Every' oyo wan ou her.  Tltfty lenow she wan going to 'spoak.  Sho wuinmonod hor English an well  ns fffa> could:.; "your man," l|jhe ealtl  fllowly^^Is ho tlo������;d already ybt?''  PTTAPTMTl X.  T'h'a .St. .Tohif had many torrlt'ylng  mom on ts.. when slap thought of Helmi,  audlai j.ao far an alio waa iMipublea, ot,  foellng sorry sho was truly repentant, -"^bor Itld," pilao often nahl to hor-  nolf, "if oho wt'ireu'L ho pa-������tty It  wouldn't matter bo aamch. Ugly wo-  ira<m might na vroll bo In Jail anyway,  for all tho Cam thoy can havo, but this  hid eoaild    have    had    ainything    ������he  and responded with the eagerness of  a faithful dog? Eva, always analytical,  and deeply interested in her own  mental experiences, "began to feel  that the episode of Helmi was .a  providential thing, inasmuch as it was  bringing her and lier husband, closer  together, an^iUnder the stimulus of  tills fhelief "she redoubled her efforts  ^ofp1*^seVjhin|; She went to* church  ^jiftell^iim.;'! sli^i joined, some of the wo-  na.^h'S;|hoctetl!&s. Eva was not unmindful of the benefit she would receive socially. from these affiliations.  It pleased |i8r,*taoj to find what a flutter of pleasure her coming made in  the' sbci^tiesV Any- way, it was good  policy to' make Jier social position as  aoeure as possible, and IE Helmi did  accuse hor it would be easier.  Through-all of Eva's plans there ran  one cool purpose,--'yet she managetl to  keep her conscience clear as the noonday sun. She had .mastered the art  of. self-aleceptloii.  ;?V Foll6\irlne oht hor plan to establish  ���������a;blamelessf'record and an invincible  social ono/it;'Occurred to Eva that it  might, bo well for. her to show an interest in the Girls' Friendly Home. It  would show to tho world that although tho young Finnish girl had  treated her badly theao.was no room  in hornohl^ heart for resentanent. She  gloved \Vlth iKo thought. Hnvlng put  her; hand to tlie plow sho would not  turn-back.  Miss Abblo was delighted when sho  hoard that Mrs. ^St. John thought or  golaig* out to noo tho glrl������, and not  only that but was going to give a to a  loii tho Homo. Sho reported this to  a^y^..';:?WyntiatU ^'.iUo Sunday following,  when paying h<M* \yool<1y vlHits to the  And do not fear to hope. _Can poet's  brain  More than the    Father's    heart    rich  - good invent? ������ - ***  Bach time we smell the autumn's dying scent  We know the primrose time will' come  again;  Not  more -we  hope,   nor   less   would  soothe our pain,  ���������George MacBonald.  "We should hope for everything,  that is good," says the old poet Linus,  because there is nothing which may  not be hqped for, and nothing but  what the gods are able to give us."  Hope ^quickens all the still parts of,  life, and" keeps the mind awake "in her  most 'remiss and indolent hours. It  gives habitual serenity and good hu-  mor; It is' a' ldnat'bf vital heat in the  soul that eheers and gladdens her.  when she does not attend to St. It  makes paiov.easy, and labor.;pleasant.  ������������������ -������������������r-.v ���������Joseph Addison.  Sinaiicfci. Portrait Disappears  Scotland Yard Is seeking the  world's tiniest portrait, rwhich disappeared from, an "ekhlblUon* 'of the  Royal Photographic Society?'It is" that  of Niece, inventor of an early day  pnotograpfbic process, it *��������� requires enlargement 150,000 times" to? make a  picture the size of a half dollar.  The Prefect of Police cf Peking,  China, has issued a clecree forbidding  short hair, short skirts and detfollette  gowns. *~~ '        '      <.  A Successtut Rancner  :\* .  Frerich! Countess Has Prosperous  Plantation In Indo-China  Mmo. Rivera do hi Souchere ot the  French aristocracy has made a remarkable "* suceoss of a rubber^ plantation and cattle farm in Indo-China.  Recently she was decorated by the  French Government with the.,Cross ...of  the Legion of Honor. Her formidable  task began twelve years ago,alone* in  tho virgin Corpst of, tlio colony. Maaic.  Souchere, unaided by any white companions, mad ri her plantation ono of  tho most prosperous iii tho country.  Everything Is under her sole supervision, from tho model village, Vjvlth  its meeting house', to the villa for sick  natives.' ���������  "VUnard'6 Liniment for Lumbago.  Ftlde 'In Luxury Car  A ''luxury car", has ended a strike  of village school' children , 3n ' Av������ro,  England. Parents of tlio pupilfl ob'jecl-  od to.a tumblo-down vohi*lo u^od to  convoy tho children, to anil from  Nownhasu School, four miles *..away.  They kopt thoir. children at home.  Finally, tho Gloucoetshiro Education  Conunlttco provided a bufl which Is  termed ai. "luxury c.-u*," and Hie children, havo gone back to,"school.  Bho (anxious to ImproHa)���������- "I've  JUBt put my furs'laito cold1 storage."  He���������"Cold aipraso! Ah, thnt'ra Jolly  good; never laeaa'd it cal hid thait ho-  foro. My cuff Utiles and .watch aro  there, too."  Minard's   Lirniment for  A������1hr������a.  Why do so many* many babies or  today oscapo all ' the little fretful  spells and infantile ailments that used  to -worry mothers throiigh the day,  and keep1 them up^half the?night?  ���������  If you don't know tho answer, you  haven't discovered ������puro, harmless  Castorla. It is sweet to the taste, and  sweet In the little stomach. And itB  gentlo iniliuttnco seenis felt all through  the tiny system. Not oven a distasteful . close of castor oil does so much  good. "���������'"      P'} "'���������        '      >''���������'''*'  ' 'Fletcher's Caat6'a^a^3'''i5i<rel-y'5yegot-  abibVflb you' may g^^^f/oeiy, ^Ujrst  Alga of colic> or eotfatlilntion;? or  diairrhea. Or those many times when  you Just don't know whavt-t la the matte i\ For roal sicluMess, call tho doctor.  alwayn. At other tlmen, a few dropn  oC FletftlvOr^'yCjaibtOrltti,  ?^yV?V*.V     ,  The doctor often tells ybix to do  JttWd that; npiito always aays Flytcher'p.  Other pEbpaii'ationg, may^ bo������������������ Jvipt; as  pure, jilfit 'an free "from rtangeroiiH  drugs,, but .why,..experiment? IJokIcIoci,  the book on caw and feeding of ba-  bicit that ceanen with Fletcher's Castorla is worth Ua weight In gold!  ^^^*,.^^ iwwiii'ffi'WW'V^pj^  -T *C=i -;   ������"*'.'* ���������-������ ^ i *.'���������������������������         ���������> : "���������  Children Cry for     '.% Ksrat���������^ww.^i.^.-.  ~Tr^-^^&UrZ*ZXZZZ^tt������������ZZZZ^'&*22XKXT<Z.JirZKi .H���������r~tfo/  S^taV~;*4i^fei^^'.'.-.^^^  -T77F-??  ,ffl  THE  C1U3STC&   EBVSB^  "i  8 1      ���������.-3   ES S  UVWUCF  i2ih, ic    Mr.  Bikes���������Oa  and Mrs  Dowd Canna&y. a son.  Picas Po������ SAX.fi���������She weeks old, well  bred, $6.    Mrs. J. B. Rudd, Wynndel.  Monday, November 7th, has been  officially proclaimed 1637 Thanksgiving  I>ay. ?  Mrs. Benney has as her finest this  week, her neice. Miss Briggs, of Cran-  feroo^ y     ������������������ S'.-  PbasSs tf.aa.8ALB���������Suitable for preserving, SO cents box.     Percy Boffey.  Creston*  For Saub���������Potatoes. Cabbage, Carrots, parsnips and Beets. Fared" Lewis,  Oreston. -  Oai^* For Sale���������One Jersey-Shorthorn heifer, three months old. B.  Turner. Canyon.  BOAR FOR SERVieS  Registered Berkshire Boar for service." Fee. 83. ������J. STEWART. Alice  Sidine.  Form No. 18.  [Section 39}  Mrs. Hop wood and daughter, Helen,  we're weekend visitors, with' friends in  Oranbyook.  BssTS-^Ai Noises, on October i5th,  to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong of  Creston. a son. ���������  Miss Anna Anderson of th������ Review  staff was a weekend visitor with  friends In Kelsons'  For B-BK3V-7 room house, $8 per  month, which includes water rate.  V. Mawson, Creston,  Apply  ������-*t*'w\jrv   arwinvark   nnniiwtt   ���������*���������������������������.������-  or    gentleman,    reasonable.  Mrs. C. Fransen, Creston.           , _     ^ _   ^ , . ' .        I.       ������ ' ���������  Pigs   For   Saz.3���������Yorkshires,   -six [    Miss Phyllis Hamilton of the nurs-' edifice was tastefully decorated with  flBtt "!~  ~=    ~ v^...,i^ r-^.-wr-.s-. ihgatarcbf the Nelson hospital was a  fruits, vegetables and flowers.  between trains visitor with her par= t    ���������    ,   ���������    .  '    Free!  Ryckmao-  Purchase Land  In West Kootei  Province of  iaiso'w CreeJi Valley on east ������iope of  Land Recording District of  * tish Columbia, and situate  TAKE NOTICE that Effle Frank Arrow-  smithj of Creston. B.C. occupation, spinster,  internets to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands: Commencing at a  post planted^oae foot from Soath East corner  of Sublot 130 of JLots 45Ss and 4ae������; tbeziee so  chains-west; thenos 3> chains south: thenoeSO  chains east? tReaoe 30 chains north, and con-  taining 40 acres more or leas.  EFFIK FRANK ARROWSMXTH.  Dated Septembers, V33S  Mr. and Mrs. Ragot&e of Kitchener  were weekend visitors at Creston,  guests of Mrs. McGonegal.  Mrs. Parker of Waldo is . a Creston  visitor at present, a guest of her  daughter, Mra. W. Morrow.  Dr. Lrthie left on Saturday for a, ft w  f|j������������rg vanowinn jafiniaw*rl'nM'U!' ***���������-    ������*ST's='*is?  more* and other Crow line points.  The Presbyterian Ladies* Aid have  thken th������ evening of Friday, No vena-  dinner.  SJ?!V1T%!*  Pigs For Sale���������First-class stock,  six weeks old November 1st, Going  nt'ic-'?*     Ws Aj   Pesse  'Alice   SidiD������**"^  Creston. \ . "  *Mt*.������������*������  \7S.^1^..   M***.*.*....   l*���������������.   *^w*    %9*~~.JX..t*.  .-*. .er**     ��������������� .y.tw   JUCAirc *. ** ������.    (CT.V    .>**     JM^.KMJCC*^  for Kaslo, where she has secured a  position and will be remaining for the  present.  Charlie Arnisfcrongc, assistant O. P.H,  agent, spent- a few days with his wife  and young son a t Nelson the fore part  of the week.  Mrs* "K Stevens ascot back on Tbaars������  day last from a ten weeks' holiday  visit with friends at Vancouver and  other coast points.  For Sa"LE���������Ford ear. in fine running  order? seats, tire*-, top and  tgtrne an  good condition. For "price apply X. J.  Crawford, Creston.       ������  weeas oia, <pa.   ix. i?������vie, uanyon  ideal weather prevailed on Saturday  aae* Sunday for fche first two <?&y  pheasant shoot and on Sundaye par-  taculaily, more than u few got the full  baj? limit of three cock birds.  Kev. 8. Newby   was  at   Fernie  on  Sunday where ha took both services'  at Christ Ohttrch in that town, exchanging   pulpits   with   Bev. H.  TJ.  Oswald, -who was at- Creston that day,  Westminster, Who have spent the  past month here with their son und  daughter* Mr. and Mra. Geo. H. Kelly,  returned home at the end of the"week.  Chiropractic for Stomach  Tffrable and Constipation  April 22, 2927  To Whom it May Concern:  I am so grateful for what Chiropractic  has  done for me, who had  tion and constipation, thait I-want  everyone to become aoqiaainted  wi^th the facts.  I havs ljg*������*������2 "ndsr Jtf.XJ.'s t**sa.fc-  ment but never got any better, always getting worse and losinj?  weight fast so I thought I would  tiy Chiropraotio Adjustmenta  I went to Dr. John H. Stoke of  Roanoke. Virginia,  in   May  1926.  After the lirst two or three adjust mental began getting well and  outs, rs.r. ana .u&rs, <&. vv. taamtison,  Sunday, Mra. Hamilton returning  with her. ' >  Mrs. John BHneo, who has been un*  Indian   constable.  Cranbrook, ^was 'here on an osaciai  *?isit at the end of the- week. Engineer Cummings and crew, who have  been surveying the Indian acreage on  dergoing treatment at the Mnyo the fiats, for the past two months,  Brothers Hospital at Rochester. Minn., havo completed %he iahPs,sa& left fo?  arrived home on^Yiday lest, accom- home last week. ~        -      ,  panied by MissHanson, who. was tfith' -. .   . _-. __i____  her on the trio.  rtev. jrt. BJ.   uawniu   Ot  SVI'IIIV       llUU  S sft^laAfigs: *flSgaa^^g=   ^  .    ���������aiBRiiBs-aaaaa BaBBBBRB:li ^Hfl ������*BtB!:&l!K  y  charge of the -harvest thanksgiving  seryiees at Christ Church on Sunday  and waa favored with splendid turnouts both morning and evening.   The  SUNDAY, OCT. SS ^  7.80 p.m.���������CRESTON.  laer Humer:  ATTENTIC������I!  I  m mmrnum * mmmtm  JOIN UUM LENDING LIBRARY  mm  a  r  NEW FICTION���������Over 100 new books,   ftatoioin;   1  -dr.    -_'___���������*.:,:   i _���������"��������� _1_---'.y __'���������-?xi..^9���������y' S  NOVELS���������100 3ertba M. Clay, Nick Carter, Buffalo  Billj efce., 25e. to join; 10c. to change books.  Shsst M!i3sicV " "IVTa-cra !giarajftfgj' ' Newsr^r������5!i?T-    St^t'iooer^^  K STORE  I  GEO. Wm SSJSI^iir  ..���������������^   4.1. Vi_ j.~   -������v_    c������ i.,_    -���������-a  "ww, wj������n������is ijO j/r. ouuRe  ������iiu  the  Cail in and see my range of  second h&nd rifles, they are aii  iu first class condition and priced  reasonable.  Winoheater 30-30 carbine.  Winchester SO 30 iot*g barrel.  30 Remington Standard Rifle.  Marlin 22 repeating rifle.  V. MAWSON  Colliiass cashier at the Barak of  Cotum������*rce( is away on the usual two  weeks vacation, which he is spending  of  f*fa!<Kn������Tr     AlhApaja,  ������������������������ ~'~"T������-'* ^, ���������-..���������������������������������..  Fob Sale���������Holsteap-Shorthorn cow,  9 years old. due to freshen November  10th. Also general purpose horse.  E. Nougier, Canyon. V^  If. K. McDonald of Cranbrook is  here in charge of the cashier's wicket  at the Bank of Commerce, during the  holidays of "r^. Co������line.   .  . FoS. Sai^e���������Jersey-Shorthorn Cow,  good milker, gentle, seven years old,  due to freshen November 18th, ������60.  R. Sinclair Smith, Creston,  science of Chiropractic, I am   well  and enjoying life. ���������'���������.������������������������������������-  I earnestly advise anyone suffering with stomach trouble to investigate Chiropraotio for I am sure  they can he cured.  I will he glad to answer  anyone  who cares to write me concerning  my   case  or  my   experience   witb[  Chiropracti������. a-   ..������������������  Signed. W. S. R ROBEBTSON",  632 Henry St.. S.W..  ��������� -      Jt������rOonOxaa,09     ��������� *T$$%l*lZ*  r  PAL.ME&  CH/ffpP^A������r@*f  Hops the cause of disease removed   :  Ii%  What You Hear that Comrfyl  And listening to any radio set you can instantly detect superiority or  inferiority of perfforniance.    We invite you to judge _  KOLSTER RADIO;  oh this impartial basis.    We are satisfied that Kolsfcer superiority, its  ������sussis**" '*u^llt*r of ton?, Its h������������.i*r Sins ssl������cti^st'sr- the Tsss&r&@=te?e esse  with which ifc brings an distant stafcaons, its simpiicity and ease .of  operation will be so marked eyen when ifc is comjgares? t*?lth sets ogs������.u?s  much nipre that you will recognize it at once. We urge you to make  it a point to have a Kolbter demonstration before buying a  radio set.  g      Be  Ch i^rB  S  ^'i; a   e        %^3 tr^ m.~"\ mft*. ^^3 B!f���������.  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  _ SCRVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED SY GASOLINE  -J  1^  TBt.   .'a'0*i!-'S  ICG K^TQ&TXlL  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    J-Pilffc.. ��������� 15c.  nsstasib  UISSF-IS  SlsslEs  snaEsssci^  Crooafsn  I Owllllll  R. A. COMTFORT   .'.tn*   llffM and! M&mvny  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  j������Em\ MSm)m%W J���������������.��������� _. fjf,.,,          ������9mmtmH  J^^E*  jg^        tLwSWFmV. tmMMT^tfnYmutmmmBmm%at^mmM to^gB%f  Shorn and Harnett) Repairing  A hallwe'en tea will be given by the  Presbyterian Mission Band at the  home of Mrs.. Stevens on Saturday  afternoon, Octobery3hb, 3 to 5.30.  Wastbd���������Work horse; about eight  years old. 1400 lbs., state price. Will  trade alfalfa, for a couple of yearling  cattle.    W. K. Beard, Camp Lister.  Albert Sherwood, who is at present  working at Kellogg, Idaho, ai rived  this week on a holiday visit with his  parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Shorvpcad.  Assorted Darwin tulips, hyacinths  and daffodil bulbs. Also biennials  and perennials for fall planting, for  sale at Cook's   Greenhouse,  Oreston.  E. J. Brawn, who is at present employed at Kimberley. was a weekend  guest of Mrs. Jas. Cook, with whom  Mrs. Brawn is a visitor for a couple, of  weeks.  Mr. and Mrs. Cray ford and family  of Coleman, Alberta, spent ft few days  last week with the letter's parents,  Mr. and Mrs. A. Comfort, going back  on Sunday.  Bev. M. S. Blackburn of Cranbrook,  who took the services in tbe Presbyterian Church on Sunday, was a guest  of Mr. and Mrs. M, J. Boyd during his  stay in Creston.  Keith Lidgate of South Sloaan* was  renewing acvnnintances in town, at  the weekend, leaving on Monday for  Lethbridge, Alberta, where he expects  to reside in future.  Workmen are busy installing the  machinery in the now C. O. Rodgers  sawmill, alongside tho box factory,  and the plant'should be in operation  by tho ond of November.  Mr. and" Mrs. Robert J. Long announce the engagement of their only  daughter, ISfflo Jane, to Cecil W.  Allan of Creston.   Tho  wedding will  take place November 5th.  Wahnino���������Will tbe party who took  pah* Bilk stockings from any porch  clothesline on October 5th kindly re*  turn same and save further trouble.  Mra. O. Cotterlll, Creston.  Sam Whitl^ker, whowna In charge  of the O.P.R. ������iopofc for a few month*  priot to the coming of agent Martin,  %     *.������������������*1..      .       tVj      m   *-. on. I^n*   .. *������"���������,'" ������.������        f*   1*        IT*'!** (** *���������������  4* ������iii4     W *.4i>*     *M     ������������-W *m       m.M-ijmff*'***>%***\. *       **���������<"      M^m. ���������*���������������#*"  brook, haa juwfc been elected secretary  of the (Cranbrook Oity I������llM������ral Anatoct-  atlon.  SERVICE  ii ciiioe ui aim hi aw in  ���������X*w������ Express Trucks at Your Service  "J="'-~ ----:- ;- '��������� ���������:**"-: L-~~"? '\':',"'-'"---'--"'^'^'asw^^  -  -  -- ���������    "-   ���������      -"-    ' -|L -     -r-~.~"-"s_._     _. j:     i' ��������� pi  .. -        * ���������--  COAL and WOOD  COAL IN STOCK ALWAYS ,  Once used always used.  and Kuskanook.  I deliver between Cranbrook  Service at all hours.  Winters Supply Goal and Wooi  Let us quote you prices.  ftPPIF^AMIFn.t^hnrtNntinP  Nothing too large or too smal  /  umHure Hauled any dlstanco  tan     Wa^enn  ^HWB       ^BHI^^m*        *n*m        *k*W ***** ^S*m*W *%***( ^WJjj^i^VBL ^HHP      ^mm\j*Jj/fmmW^ ^^Sj'JmWs** *%*%.        ****  y  SII3I  !l!l(SSiraiftKSS8SllDC  ItOtSlOC  tKaiga-ygiE  EIOISIQIC^  igiiaigai


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