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 <*>-*v*  S&  ft^lacfeJi.!bn^  a&tSS  S'JL  Vol, XIX.  CRESTON, B.C.* FRXDAX NOVEMBER 18, 1927  No. 41  aafaatfSfl  Sfrtekmon  pur day*  AlVUVUgu  Fred Speaker, who has been a- hospital patient aft Cranbrook for almost  the past month, returned at the end  of the week, considerably improved in  health.  JU5H*!   ���������������������������������������������������������  ness inat "years���������jpc  crcps wsr������ Sneaky grain grades low due  to tr-adv storms during harvest, and  late threshing. Many of the farmers  tars Sa'& bad condition owing to such  heavy ojperiiting costs and small re������  tHPRR  ���������*m-*tmm *mmri*   Hall. left ess Thmsday  last for Vancouver, -where she is taking a position, and intends to remain.  Mr. and Mrs. C W. Allan are now  residents of .Erickson, Cn arrival  from their wedding trip they took  possession - of the F. V, Staples residence.  J. H. Srhefie!^, 3fi5p4p., of Trail,  was a visitor here last week, & guest of  Mr* and Mars. R������ J. Laos'*  Mr. and, Mrs. Attwood. who have  been making the ranch headquarters  tor the past few months, got away on  Tuesday to Cranbrook, where they  will reside permanently for the winter.  Erickson is having about its earliest  ever experience with snowfall, over a  foot of the white mantle having arrived since the first of the naonth.  Mrs. Frank Staples and family have  moved into Creston and will be residing there for at least the next sii  ��������� months, or longer if the Putnam,  Palmer & Staples, limited, sawmill  operates into the summer.  . Misses Wi. Towson   and   Augueiina  jadued*avteeL w JiO wv������6 ������ug������g������������i   ������������������������������   the  Willow ftoint packing staff, returned  hosn*s os Ststssrday*  S. Hagen got toack from. weisou on  Saturday; in which city he was haying  some dental attention.  " Mrs. Towson and A. B. Towson returned on Saturday from Barons.  Alberta, st **rh!ch ;poi=i- they have  been helping with threshing operations.  * Mrs. Wittnaan returned tram the  prairie on Monday.  The school children have commenc-  ed work on their Christmas concert  November session  Village Council  The- electric light situation was to  the fote at the November meeting of  the village council, at which all tbe  ctSUItuitwiore'Bra WwS pTCSCSt.     It-  Cftiaae  up when the clerk read the following  letter from*? Q������ O. Kodcers:  1.._������.!��������������� US- ������  t������ u������at/&UG,wjK;,  USJIY2  i-alr.  ���������y........  The Wynndel Women's Auxiliary  announce a 6ale of work, followed by  ���������a whist drives on Saturday. November  28th. Sale opens at 8 p.na. Whist at  8 p.na. Admission to whist is 50 cents,  which includes supper.  *~ sa  ^.  Louie Benedette, Tom Momford,  Paul Of ner, Irving Davie. Tom Suleiu  and A. Jo^; >**wno have been working  at the prairie harvest and threshing  returned last week.  Mrs. E. LeBarge  left  Friday where she -will r  y* ���������*M**Lvj3X5'!3%-  s%- vessel  * n������.-v������S.4&tf*l_  Srttt  A  Up till the middle of the month this  area has had a total snowfall of  twelve inches, which is unusuai for so  early in the year.  Harry Beeson and Ted Bucfcnell,  who have been on threshing work  near OaIgerys Alberta, for the past  month, have returned home, and are  at piesent guests of Alf. 33vans.  another Axberla  for Trail on>i������p  *.sde in future. I    -=b    ���������. as   "���������**-''*-"=        Fred Tecuora  We hereby wish to apply to the  Village Commissioners for permission to build a power and light line  as outlined In red. on the attached  sketch.   ,*V  Said line to raaniroaa oar present  line back of R. Si Be van V garage  and W3 ci-������'ks������ Gassy g������ ������.Gai st Etevags'g  Sarage. and continue up the alley  etween Victoria? Avenue and Bar-  fen Avenueto Vancouver Street;  west along "Vanobaiaver Street to  Canyon Road at fit-he Presbyterian  Church; north along Canyon Road  A. Speers*? co^iaer* ��������� ���������  Also a service line: to rah paralell  with Canyon roasSlssd to branch  the -main line Isi^f"jjh-3 alley back.'-.or  H. Walrasley's office and run along  the back of the Imperial Bank, P.  Burns Co.. and the poatofiftce, crossing Victoria Avesae at that point  to Creston Mercantile Company* and  Lament's office-  The said lines to-he built according  to the British Columbia,Government  specifications and regulations. . Said  lines to carry SSOft or 110 volts as  required.  We would appreciate your prompt  action in this matter so aa to allow  us to complete the work at once���������  ia������fbt������ the fre^tt^. ? Tbssrtksng you  for your kindness in the matter,  - " ��������� f  Youtsvery truly,  CHAS. O. ROD&EB3.  yBVC. RODGERS.  After a lengthy discussion the matter was disposed of by the passing of a  s*esolutiogi gavans nermission to put in  pole line for electric iight according to  ..n      ���������������~  affirmative.       The  speeches   showed  carefol preparation and were very wel*  presented.   Perhaps the speech of the  evening was that of Dr. Mittun.   In  his rebuttal Mr. Kolthammer scored a  great hit and virtually won the debate  for Canyon.   Miss Knott's arguments  were well arranged and well delivered.  Mr. Iani-z dealt with historical facts to  prove his case, introducing a touch of  hussor with his illustration of Maggie  hqu Jiggs.   St   was   only   by   ���������������   *������v*f  points that Canyon won.    The judges  were Principals McLellan and Levers  and M. Samuelson.    While the judges  were arriving at a decision the audience enjoyed, the singing of oldtime  songs led oy the Beaver song leader-,  W. J. Truscott, assisted  at the organ  by T. *9oodwin,   after which refreshments were searved and Br. Lillie gave  a short talk on the work of the Brotherhood,     it is hoped by many who  were present that other debates will  be held during the .winter���������Co?a3������  Sleetor and. Albert Stewart are  about the first local hunters to bag a  supply of venison. They got a 175  pound buck on the Skimmerhorn  mountain at Canyon on Sunday.  Henry Vaness, who has heen a hospital nnLient at Cranbrook was a visitor with his stater, Mrs. A. C3. Cox*  last week, and has gone on a visit to  bis mother in the Qk-snagan.  Alice Siding was favored with eight  inches of snow In the twenty four  hours ending noon on Monday,  Arthur Sutdiffe is an Alice Siding  tIsISg**'at? present with his brother,  Charles. ��������� y     ",.  Alice Siding Social Club has come to  life and is likely to open proceedings  with a surprise party before the  month is out.  m���������m&&$������S&S������������&5*  With the prevailing six inches of  snow the hunters are out in force for  deer hut up to the middle of the week  the take of venison had hot increased  a single carcass.   .  Myles Hurl, who has been working  at Nanton, Alberta, the past six  uluuiha, arsrived hons*? saa S**t������rday=  He states at least 25 per cent, of the  threshing in the south is. unfinished,  and many hundred acres of sugar  beets are still unharvested.  Principal Miss Hobden of Kitchener  school has issued the following report  for October: Highest standing. Grade  S���������Wesley Blair, Dennis Bush. Grade  7���������BJdith Nelson, Siehard Molander.  Grad������ *8���������Slrsis Nelson, Williard SHair.  Grade 5���������Nettle Androsoa?, Elmer  Ondbloona. Grade 4���������John Kelson.  Celina "Lataglols. Grade 3���������I^aura An*  drbsof, Charles Bush. Grade 2���������Jack  Irftngtois, Frank Androsof. Grade  la���������Alta Blair. Grade lb���������Joe Lang-  iois^  Perfect   Attendance���������Frank   Abar,  Mrs. Foxail lalt. ������������ rKsurijSlay for  Nelson for a visit* returning on Monday. She waa accompanied by. her  daughter, Phyllis, who was on the  packieijg-hGnse staff at Willow I olttt.  Ms, &nd Mrs. Or J. Wigen and Mrs.  Ogllvie were Nelson yisitors last we*3l.  Mr. 'Wittman Euffered quite a loss  on Friday when a cow belonging to  him was killed by being run oyer by  tne westbound passenger train.  A. Joy left on Thursday for a visit  at Hayden Lake.  Mr������. T. Dunseath got back on Friday from Nanton, Alberta, where she  has been helping with the threshing.  Winter , set in in seeming earnest  about November 7th ait that point,  with about six inches of snow, and  more coming. Threshing is only  about 75 per cent, completed and harvesters gone home.   Wages -we're the  plans and  har-1 tetter.   . |       *B.      *K[  7EKHO - m^WiHWB^WWWj5 * - *  wheie ifee he^vy snow has put an end  to threshing.   y  A. R. F. Bernard was here from.  Invermere for a few days at the end  of the week, remaining until Wednesday in order to take in th������? Banff  orchestra dance at Creston on the loth.  specifications attached  to]  ������������������.. -���������   Leamv< .was  tenderer  for  a sspplv  Chicken  Boy Huscroft has gone to Goatfell  where he is working at logging opera������  tions with Frank Tompkins.  Miss Ruby Lister is leaving on Tues  day for Cranbrook, where* she will be  one of a class of five graduating nurses  at the St. Bugene Hospital.  John Flnlay took at hurried departure on Tuesday, presumably on u  visit to the Boundary country.  A few of the Lister young people  were at Oreston on Tuesday night for  the Banff orchestra dance.  Harry Demchuk, Lister helper with  the Saskatchewan harvest and thresh  ing, attrrlved on Saturday from Wllkie,  where operations are shut down due  to the snow.  the  of  yards of-.gravel to be pSabed on Barton  and Victoria Avestses, I������������!sid&*c������oad  and Vancouver Street. His offer was  a.t $1 75 per yard, or a total outlay of  $1093. S. M. Watson and Herbert  Boffey submitted bids at ������2 per yard.  Gravel is all to be delivered by the  middle of December.  The bills ordered paid for the month  totalled $612, ih which was a small  account for putting in a walk from  the cemetry road past the J. W. Rob-  instm residence, which was. made out  of tne lumber taken from the old  cemetery bridge. Instructions were  also ordered given to put the hydrants  in shape for winter,  Clarence Andetson, Curt Anderson,  Peter Burns is another Canyonite to Myrtle Anderson, Selmer Anderson,  return last week from the praui������| Alta. Blair, Wesley Blair, Williard  threshing, and with Myles Hurl b������s| Blair, Charles Buela Dennis Bush,  taken alog hauling contract from A. 1 Alice Bohan, John Bohan, Leonard  G. Samuelson; They are busy now at) Bohan, Robert Johnson, Celina Langlois-- Richard Molander* Kdlfch Nelson.  successful | trail making,  about*' ������2S  The Ladies' Aid concert and Jheasl  supper is set for tomorrow (Saturday)  night, 19th, at the eonamunity hall.  RevrMr. Belquist of Cranbrook was  here for Sunday afternoon Norweigan  service at the church.  (  Slrtfa**  Trinity United Church Ladies'  Aid announce their annual  dinner in  Tr!iiii)" GtiiirSii BaS8!ii8-it}  The Sid MeCabe B & B crew arrived  from the east on Friday and will be  employed at the landing the next few  weoka.  Mrs. VAnson of Vancouver was n  weekend visitor here with her sister,  Mrs. R. DenneB.  Canyon Debators Win  Great interest was aroused by the  debate whieh was fought out hy the  Beaver Brotherhood and the Comrades  of the Way of Canyon, the former  being represented by Br. Mittun and  Principal Janttz of Brlckson school,  and the latter by Miss M. Knott and  Principal Kolthammer of the Canyon  school. The subject of the debate  ���������Wats,  Resolved, 'That  War is Never  Thurs.  SIX to EIGHT p.tn,  Roavt Chicken and SfaemV  Pumpkin Fie  and all the other appetite  ticklers in home cooking.  KOOM F0fr;'^IX, and  AIX, WISDOM*; _  Mulls 50e.    Ciilidren 25c.  Under 10  on  tho  Inspectar Manning was here  Tuesday for an official! visit at  Sirdar school.  The huowplough mado ita first trip  of tho neason on Tuesday, clearing ont  the sidings between Sirdar nnd Cran-  broolc.  Kev. S. Nowhy will bo hero Sunday  evening for Church ot Kngiand service,  C. M. Loaoby arrived home yesterday after a ten day visit at Cranbrook,  Principal nnd Mrs. Smith were  Saturday visitors at Oreston. Arthur  North was also a buaineaa caller at the  metropolis tho past week. ��������� ���������  g|N. J. Buckna arrived here on Wed-  annsday last ftnm Crownn������r������t yard to  succeed R. C. PrOctor on the local  switch crow. Donxftl Maxwell urrEved  from Cranbrook tho following day to  replace Phil. Brlgga on the yard ca?ew,  Brlggs going to the divisional city tho  following day.  SBA&3BI TB3EATB2E  BlwEyHl  BBiCKIlBflE  SATURDAY, NOV.  OABY COOPWB. in  Henry fSTelsona John Neirsonu  Pending completing arrangements  to use the siding for tie and lumber  loading work of installing the J. P.  Johnston portable mill is at a stand*  stlil at prevent.  _ This week's United Church service  was on Tuesday evening and was  made pairt of the regular ression of  the Comrades of tho Way who had  their usual exercises and with Jeff  Knott presiding, and Mary Abbott  reading the lessons put on the full  church service with the exception of  the address which was given by He v.  J. Herdman.  Canyon is more than delighted with  the showing made by Miss Muriel  Knott and Principal Kolthammer at  the Beaver Brotherhood debute at  Trinity United Church on Thursday  night when they got the decision over  Dr. Mittun and Principal Jantz of  Erickson, discussing the negative side  of Resolved, "That War iu Justified.*1  Principals McLellan and Levers of  Creston public high schools, and Man-  ford Sunt nelson were tho judges.  is comis*? bssk. IP. a.  Sullivan, who ran a bakery in that  town up till fifteen years ago, has  just returnee* and bou-gbt back bis  former shop.  Davie, W. V. Jackson, R. Watson and  Rev. J. Herdman. At the suggestion  of the latter all the men present got  up in turn and gave the regiment in  which they served, this disclosing the  fact those pteaent saw service En 22  units with no two men on service with  the same corps���������some present belonging to two or three batallions. After  tbe passing of the smokes the lunch  ended with the national anthem.  !  1 now ������.tar, and a western story  full of action and thrilla.  IXOYJ> KAMILTOfcl Cosacdy  'iBREEZING ALONG"  NEXT WEEK  PRISCIIXA BEAK in  The Speeding Venus  <Conat to Ooaot in a mad death  defying   ru-co���������ft?   ������onsody   romance you will enjoy.  Armistice Day Exerchea  All points in the Valley wero represented in a creditable, turnout on Friday morning for tha usual Armistice  Day exercises at the monument.   Tho  school   children   were   paraded-  and  about 85 returned men were tn the  squad that faced the memorial for the  proceedings���������in     charge    of    Sergt.  Mai or S. M. Watson.   After   Bugler  G. H. Kelly had sounded  the revlllo  there was the customary two minutes  of silence and presentation of wreaths,  Tho  prayers  were  read   by Hov. S.  Newby. with Rev. J. Herdman hand*  ling the musical features and Itev. W.  A. Greer delivering a brief nnd appro  priato addresa, the national anthem  and the Last Post concluding tho service which liifltcfl about half an hour,  At 1 p.m. tha comrades of tho local  poat   of   the   Canadian   Legton   anil  friontls assembled at tho Commercial  Hotel wMri* dSnnaa? wua  provided  by  tho Legion.   M sat down to dinner at  which speeches ware niad& by  Major  Mallurulalaao,   Itoy.   B.  Newby,   G������o,  The Presbyjterian Ladies' Aid  are holding their Annual  Bazaar in the  United Church Basement  3 to Sw30 p.mtm  Offering you at attractive  prices  JvCCGEtGMJv&W.tQp  Fancy Work  Home Cooking!  Novelties  Homo Made Candy  Baskets  and  AFTERNOON TEA  Cafeteria Htytu,  ALL AEE WELCOME!, THE  BEVIES,    CKESTOSTy  B.    C.  "4  ?ii  Over 30 3/ears the same good tea*  Now packed in Aluminum*  May Broadcast Storm  *j*jy ��������� a? ai *       *  ?T������truiugs itgis -bTee&s&Ru  RED ROSE  BP-EKO&li extra good.  IVf a nut act ur ing... In- HOi-^llS^^csi,  Tlife general impression'of the prairie* provinces of Canada hold ; through**  out ihe Eastern  provinces, and-in  other  countries "is  tlaat they are  nttuost  purely  1v     -1  iriciiltural," and  that manufacturing is    practically-   negligible    auu,  where ciira-ied on, is on at small scale and' local' in character. No doubt inn hy  Messages Could Be Sent To Ships Two  I*   _.^C5ays;:?in ^Advance "**'* ?'"   . Jf; ���������-���������  From.-^! Bfi&runlis of ^Gree^leS'^s  icy aKbuufainsj." -isreathiei*- prophet  soon may bo able to broadcast to the  wori&Twamrag-of .*e'Omingr-stomas -which:-  work havocih-the Athtutlc ocean laner?  and" the temperate * zones generally.  "This is * the" hope "of Prof. William H.  ' rlHabbs, head o,f;,������h& University. of/Micli:;  -'���������*'- igan"scleutillc:"tilb<a<Htibn-wko-ktaarteti  -to||ho^es^bo^|i -t^^eyiatjlatjig"'today  nft^&Mt'"-^eeKs ^gtudj^ngr Ihe northern storms at tho x>lace of their be-  glnn.lngyo^er.thev.great ico.vgap of! in?  'teriorc. Greenland?' / -:?,.,,,. -  Tho; e^peditioti  spent   the., aaaaimor.;.  at Kftjagdeaiiugssda^fjwd,   \yUhln r the  Arctic.qlrcilo^V; ,;:V, w?.y :.  ,  "It is probably tiut;lo������a������e{=tjtfjord iaa.  the world and affords woaiderful spen-  ery :pu a ttiajestie scald which ^lias  hoeti: se-eia by rfew whatft anon," said  Professor Hobbs. ,   .  The Ilobbs, exrieditkm established  three  observation,  stations  iOQ. miles  4* ; f 1 ">������i*V������      Vininre-    *****     T>hn     *E3n"t*s-Vi..  Western people-if asked for information on the subject would-express much  the same opinion. ������Nor would such a view liave been very wicfe of'thy mark  a comparatively .few years ago.  "Within recent years., liow.eveiy a. toavk^d' chahsre has yt?Ucexi' plaee,' and  nianui"aeturii;g along many linos is ' now an important featui'e of Western  activity. Not only is this the case but development along industrial lines Is  proceeding: at 'a pace which ts; aV surprise to people who talee the trouble to  invi>sii";ifo The extent a'ixd ra'oid'Jtv of this .sjjrovrth Ib only veciiiiieit whetl  actual official statistics are studied and comparisons made from year'to year.  The gathering and compilation of statistics of this kind is slow-and'  laborious work, and- considerable time must of necessity: elapse before all  returns froaxt:^':n^i^Vdnd-u^t'?-ies are obtained and classified. Lrat'ost available  figures, therefore, are always for a period o'f one or two years-back; Recently  the Dominion Bureau of Statistics  issued   a   r������po|t^us.th|wra^u^cturiuEr j vation huiloons with small lanterns for  industries of the prairie provinces for the oaleitdarv year 192'5V' comparing them j  with the' figures for 192.4.    The growth indicated in tins twelve month pei-iod  is quite remarkable and most encouraging.     '' ' ';*  For the year 1923 the number of manufacturing industries, reporting was  practically the same as for 1924, hut the gratifyih^ fact is'disclosed that these  industries substantially increased their capital, employed many more workers,  largely increased their wage bilis, utilized larger quantities of materials,  produced many more millions of dollars worth of goods of all kinds, and  operated on a much mc-re profitable .basis.  Capital invested in manufacturing industries in Manitoba, Saskatchewan  and Alberta increased by 114,000.000 during 1925, and at'the end. of that year  amounted to-$221,775,000.  The number of. employees increased hy over 6,000 during the year with'  tlie result that no less than 27,17 S people are now engaged in some form ot  manufacturing industry on the prairies. To these 27,178 people salaries, and  wages Were paid aggregating 242,827.000. or nearly eight million dollars moi*e  than in the preceding year. ... .-  Materials used by the several industries during 1925 JiatL a value of  $141,892v������00, or an increase of over ������21,500,000 over the preceding year.  I   FOR  **i.J������%������- v,    vi**X3    v5jl  nalt of: Mount Evans. Front the obseiy  rations made; at. Vthese stations fit .';isl  planned to.radioyforecatsts of-coming  stoiTiia over the north . Atuinxic ; 4S  hours in adVataco of the stortu arrival  over the ocean lanes.       " V  Selected anembera of- the University  of ?aaichigaat"'s expedition -will winte^  in Greenland and. \������i!l seatd out ������bhser-  moteorological study. Two members of  th������ party will spend the winter in a>  snow cave on the island, ice for the  purpose of making observations.  Stakes have been placed aaid measurements "taken for the study of glacier  movements.    , ,  TONE UP THE BL00B  ANB NERVES NOW  Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pills   Have  No Equal For This Purpose  causes iaot only pale faces and white  lips; it is the root of many pains and  miseries. It is the cause of. shattered  rn. .    .,       ,.     ,. ^   .��������� ^���������������--    ->-,.*  +r-^ --,-,  -%������ ^oa,-, -_of.__������������������������!���������    ,-,��������� i nerves, headaches and backaches, and  ���������Tnrougli the application ui. labor ana  uie u.se ot ^ne&u inawi-Bu������,.6������uuS'    ...    <  ^ VTo breaiC: ajcplq Iiariniessly ^ tablet*  And for headache. The action.-..qi'"Aspirin i^^ Very efficiient; too; iti  cases of neuralgia, neuritis, cyen rheumatism and lumbago ti And-  tiiet'e's. iio after effect:-; doctors give Aspirin to chiIdren-~often  infants. Whenever there's pain, think of Aspirin. The genuine  :'Aspirin has Bayier on the.fbpx and on every tablet. <; All druggists,  jsrmi proven directions. V ' .r -.,...t  ���������'���������\^ ���������  Physicians prescribe A$pm������;  it does NOT affect the heart  j&aptrfa Is the^rade oi5Tli.v^������f-jtstcT������d In Canada) lndlcaUnjr Bayer Manufactare. WtJIa 18  ia -well known that Aspirin means Ba.yee manufacture, to assure tlie public against Imitations, the Tablets -srlll be stamped with thele ''Bayer Cross" trademark.  having a gi-oss value of 9239,352,000 -were produced, or, an ir^rease o������ 835,541,  000 over 1S24.      In other words, the prairie provinces in J.925 turned out on  tho average twenty million dollars worth of manufactured goods per month,  or three-million dollars per month more tban in the preceding year.   The net  value of 1025 production was $97,459,000, or $14,000,000 greater than in 1924.  Analysizing these figures to some extent, it will be seen that manufacturing industry in the west, after paying $21,500,000 more for materials, and  $8,000,000 more in salaries and wages, increased the net value of production  in the one year by an amount equal to the total increase in the amount of  capital invested. Certainly a.most encouraging showing.-'  Those who are familiar with western conditions, and the decided  ianpa-oveanent which has taken place within the last two years, know that the  growth in western industry disclosed by these figures between 1924 and 1925  has been, further accelerated between 1925 and 1927. Itecent water power and  other developments in all three prairie provinces, and tho decided increase in  Interest both at home and abroad, in the natural resources of the West, gave  confidence that in a few yeairs more the industrial activities of the pi-atirles  will be a; factor of importance in the economic life of the whole Dominion.  Cut In Canada's Debt  H-afr  Be;it>n     Reduced    $78,5dO;O0Ci   -:Tn  y Seven Months Ending y!  P ' V V?     Octoboer 31   '���������:���������������������������' ?y ,,  p: Canada's net debt dropp^d;.^S^OO,-  000 durJaag the seven axibnths? br-'the  fiscal year ond ing October 31. In tlae  .same period,'wheat compaa*ed with the  corresponding sovon months of last  "year, total revenues of theVDominion.  increased nearly 20 millions.  Of tlu> twoaa'y anillioais, ten were in  groator revonuo from taxes.  CuHtomn duties .arc aap eight, millions: aaico.mo aares/Bix anil lions* rev-  ��������� >mao froaaa. excise duties is up five millions, but rovouue from e:\-cino taxes  <sal*>H, siiuups, %'iv.y Ih dc^vn nine mil-  tHous, ���������'.���������������������������  Machine Could  Be  Adapted To  Cookery  and  All aulveri-lsiiaj: Ira CoaistAntlnoplo  fXff'lit that Ju daily aud.woeltly aic-ws-  papiM's, luif b������'<.'ja tjikcu ovor hy tho  r,i(..\,   uhidi   ulll  ���������lojiltol   il.  hi'i-ourUa*.  i'lct luy.s composed of itnaall i>I(;ccs  oT wall in'.p")- ai-t! i.a n<iw I'ad in l''(iro'po.  Bakes   Potato   In   Sixty   Seconds  Cooks Steak In Thirty  Experiments are being anado in London with a view to applying to rapid  cookery the priaiciplo of the new  diathermic electrical apparatus which  is now Ufsed only medically for tho  troatanent of pneumonia, rheumatism,  arthritis and other rheumatic ail-  taaeaitB. v  It is claimed that, recent tests show  that, tlao apparatus could balco a potato in 00 Hocondfl, roast ;i stoalc iaa M  soconids-.aamil: fry aat egg  in two eoc  onda.  The iipparatais is copsidwre.l e'si>o-  cially adaptabla to eoolcery beeauso it  introcluces aaa intense internal heal..  ��������� ] the. always tired feeUng-' from which  so khany women and girls suffer. To  regain new health and strength the  blood-should be enriched through the  tonic treatment .with Dr. Williams'  Pinlc    Pills. This    medicine    has  brought  new health  and  strength to  thousands of weak despondent people.  Among those who have  found new  health through the use of  this medicine is Mrs. Gregory J. Murphy, Sasi  Ship   Harbor,   N.S.,   who   says: ������������������- "1  bless the day I heard of. Dr. William's*  Pink Pills? Before  I began  their use  I  was in a run-down and very -weak  condition.    The  least  exertion would  leave me breathless    and f tired   .out.  Housework was a trial, and'"iat times  I felt'very despondent.    A. ''"friend[advised ane  to  try  3DrV Wllliasn'tf'-Pinlv  Pills and I got six boxes.     I had not  been talcing the pills very long,..until  I   began   to   improve   in   health,   and  .continulaag their use they restored auo  to   .my   former   good   health.     "I silso  gave the  pills   to. my:  daughter, .wbo  was anaeanic aind run-down,"with Mae  saiaaio  good results.       Now  I  always  la,avo the pills im the house, and would  iaot like to bo without them."  Get a box of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills froan yot*r druggist today, or  send GO cents to. Tho Dr. . Williams  Modicino Co.,, Bi-ocUvillo, Ont,, and a  box will be sent you post paid. . A  little book, "Building WJ> tho Blood."  which explains the treatment, will he  sent 1'i'co on request; ������*   ���������  Declaring War On Narcotics  Working Fund Of Five Million Dollars  Urged At Conference  FojVimation of; .a world* narcotic defence association with, a war king, fund  ofVfivo million; doHars,y,*was urged ,at?  the fi rst session - of the conf of enee of,  committees of thev World Conference  on Narcotic flDau cation and the International "i^arcbtic Educaftbna:i"'"jKSe'tfcl''"  a tion "at New 'Yorlc.  The association would T>e ndh-pro-  ht making and Avould have the power  to utilize "all-honorable-*hean3 to attain the mobilizaytion of the resources  and vitality' 'of society - Everywhere  against narcotic, drug addictEon and to  acquire and maintain irpxaiunity . from  this unii~ersal race.menace."     ,  Two. milliou diollars of the live million to be sought, Captain Hobson explained, would be used in hospital  work;."atnother  two  millioais used in  To ContV^^anadian^*rhistle  Possibly one of the easiest and surest methods ; off controlling O&aaa.da  thistle is���������to';put the land ,*w-hor.espossible into alfalfa. The freqaiftjp^.cutting  of alfalfa and, thistle .tops oyer a period ,of years will, starve, ihe thistle  root and result,. In complete eradication of this? very uaidesirable per^n-..  tzrni: -weeg^   ���������y-y:,,;- .;������������������.���������..,..... *,ySP:<^. - V,,,-.;  Dizzyf linking Spells  educational work, while the-remaining  million  activity.  would  be  set  aside  for "law  to   be  Have Abolished Death Penalty  The Gorman province of lloss has  abolished the death penalty. Henceforth, when a Federal Opaaa-t sentences  any defendant ih Hesse to tkmth; th������j  provincial minister of justlcof niiiKt,  crtmm'ute the 'p<?ualty to lite Im'pvlBc/n-  mont.  "Rastus,  your  dog  serras  pain.,;:  "No,   such���������he   ain't  just lazy."  "But  ho  must be   sufferin  wouldn't howl liko that,"  "Jos' plumb lazy*, jes, laaineas; he"s  settiu" on a thistle."  iaa   pain;   he's  or .ho  I-'lrst llural  Citizen���������1  golaa'   to'   talte   the   trip  BIT' -     ���������  Second Ditto���������"Nope. I borrowed  of a follow once and ho moved thoro.'  Ain't yn  ever  t*   Nov/  York,  $r������  Permanent Hair Health  Shampqoa with Cuticur.* Soap, with light application!, of Cuticura Ointment v/lieai aiecensary,  tend to free the aacatp of duaadraiff aaad aailavor  bleioltahes, and to csitablinh aa permaaacnt coaa-  (Utioa-i of hair health.  ���������).������.������.'(���������   <f..ty   t'r..    ���������,������������#,!���������.       ,* ,1,(r.- r,,l    C,.|t^,|I*n     l^������,.������-(.      "PI.,..  rsooM, Ltd,, aaa������utr������������-j|." a'rlco, ituni> ::(>.*.. Ointnsnut' SB *ti<l C0o.  '1 nai-u������M. li'.v:.  Cualrttr* KUvmi) Htrl.iV UHr.  To sarogujird the child from' damage  that worms ciiuho, aase Mlilci'.'K ^rqjm  PbwdorH. tho medioino par tcicellehce  for children. Those powdors will clear  tho systoan ontlrolyj of wovans, will  reguhito aaad Htlanaalato tho organs In-  jurloufily alTected lay tho wcvwns, and  will oncouraigo heiaUhful oporaLlpn oC  the (Llgc'stlVH nrocosooH. Ak a vorml-  laago it can bo rolled oaa Cor H������ eij'oc-  tlver/OHia.  Useful in Camp.���������Explorei-b, sua'vey-  ors, prospectors and Unnlero will find  Dr. Thomas' Kclectrlc Oil \'cry ���������aiselul  in camp. W.hon the foe't and logts aro  wot. and cold it Is well to rub thorn  freely with iho Oil aaad tlae result will  bo tho provontlo'n of pains In tho muscles,, anil should a cut, or contusion,  or oprabt ho sustained, nothing could  be bettor as a dressing or lotion.  Record Of Stunt AIrm.ua;  Flying upsldo down from Colo������nu to'  Bonaa. a distance of twenty mllos, Sn  a biplane, is tlao record of JTcri* Floso-  loa\ tho Gonmm "stuni" alrjaaaii. Ho  was oscortod. all tlio way by a pilot jai  ji second 'plane.  Mrs. Xi. A. Oliver^-Granville.��������� Ferry,  K.S.j writes:���������**A few years ago I had  dizzy, sinking' spells so bad I could  hardly stand up- without taking- hold  of something to support me, and I  ,could not wajk any distance on account  "of being so short of breath.  "I had taken a lot of doctor's medicine, but it did .me no good, only for  the time being, so reading in. the 33.B.B,  almannic about  I   decided "to   try  theni' ��������� and ��������� found  them to ! be juBt'!  what they ������ro recommended to bb,  and I feel that I  owo my life, t^  them."*'  Price 50c. a box at all ctruggiflis and  ^calera, br mailed direct on"freceipt of  prx:t> by Tho T. Milburn Co., Limited,  Toronto, Oat., ,., V-., ?.y     h  mmm  laicrease In Air MiJil  ;:;Gd*toner';-mi������i^A!yI^ .0$$  to^'Pairls lai^'t Hn|^o ^Utablri'icaVptib-  Uid'f "cbiitlAonce JiatiV!-WvIatirryrji; j tJiaait !;^lncb  di|in?i!h.o Ujfctto$^ l^Uiut-  ax^b jaiis fijnOj^oaa&d[.^vQiy'llfty ���������.^jprl.caj^.  Wllliiau i" McCraclieii, tiaslstuiat secretary of comuierc.o lor aviation, sayp.  For call  palnas���������Mlnard'a  Liniment.  I -M  ,\Voiuoh nro apuzzle-prohhMia. Thr*  men can't Rntr alohK Villa tliem, o;  wlthoatt tlaoni;' aiKV'yot,''aa'o ������o|. co������i-  tcnt to loavo thoaaa alono,  rrr  A now  Ht'-aauillvo Lo ll'ihl rayjj  type of camera, with plates  hii'liiJblo to Shd  liaunaii eyo, cuai f.ulcn plctajron tiarotiKh  cloud or fog. ' V'  Tho cannibal iron of AiiBl.aii.lia, "lllce  a ������hint plaioapplo irv appoaro.nco, hi  crod.ll.eil -,vlth powivr lo out rap aud  orapjla aaiyono ipuphln'ja; 11^ leavost,  Mioard'H  Linl-ment for Ncurttlt>,  \V.    N.    IF.    .17(17  SM in B+titfotn i it* b<>tit*i i^ntUiltiUttf,    Tlif'.li. I'*, tM^ilunvi C������������., Prui*...,^!!ti-jt1jw������3li������, WQ.  mJMcui-.i ulrio n( Mathifu'J Nrrvirnt I'otrJrra in' J'������iW#l������������or KoAdiMitibn, -Nourul������i.u O* lCovctiult  CaA*. i   ���������  V  'VBE. ������B;  ������&B������ESW  1  yt>  TfiJC  n sag-,  fe*a3 I US'?  6������K?tt01  Aa!  I-ssned every Friday at GJesfcoa. B.O.  Subscription: S2.-S0 a year io advance.  98.G������ 60 U.S. points.      .  ������''.!������ ���������!��������� I     . I.     .  I   I., 11 "ll   l.^.     '  CBS5STON. B. CU FRIDAY* f?OV, 18  Orchard Managetnent  Man>  ormlsards  e������   <-l.  are beginning: to show the eiSeots  of overcrowding and owners should  seriously think of opening up the  rows. It oan be grad a tally done  by cutting off the lower limbs of  the fillers thafe faee fche standards  then after a few saore years remove  the    whole ' ftree.''   : Oy*es-crowdiss'g;  tends   tO   Cheok   the  ^rCcWth Of th������  lower limbs, shuts oaat snnlight and  ��������� air   s6sd   reajders   it ��������� tsor������   iaeos:������  venient to pick and spray the fruit.  The rooti extend a couple of feet or  more  beyond  the   spread   of   the  limbr-t  and  soon take possession of  . the soil wiles-* the orchard h s  been  planted about twelve years in   this  district.    When   this stage arrives  the roots in supplying the needs of  the growing parts of the  tree  are  sassdioappad    in   having   no   new  territory to invade and it become  absolutely necessary for the  owner  to feed theos   annually  if. healthy  vigorous   tree������   and   regular  crops  are   expected   to    he   maintained.  Strictly   speaking   about  half  an  owner's    holding    should    be   in  orchard so as to enable him to keep  a limited amount of live stock and  raise some alfalfa, then there would  be some barnyard fertilizer for the  'bit^h^rd   every   year.    If   all   the  ;;-h^ldB& is in orchard the owner  to  sm0tit&in the fertility either has to  buy manure or grow  cover crops.  To maintain  the  cover crops the   ������ a    u_���������    ������.���������    il 1 *. ? -*._  admit sun and air, and on no ac  count should the cover crop be cut  for hay as it is beyond aii reason to  expect the soil to maintain two  crops for &ny length of time. Get*  ting the cover crop established may  have a detrimental effect on the  apple crop for the firefe couple of  years but can be offset by applying  , artificial fertilizers. Where there  is no irrigation available it becomes  a snore serious question of either  buying manure and top dressing at  regular intervals, or ploughing  under and re seeding every year a  cover crop -preferably a legume* as  well as an oooasional top-dressing  of a complete fertiliser.  500 boxes of apples will remove^  mostly in the seed they contain  about 53 lbafof nitrogen, 15 lbs. of  phosphates and 64 lbs. of potash  whioh is a reasonable average  amount for a matured orchard  to yield annually from an  acre. Compared to alfalfa  two tons of cured hay fur  nishes 100 lbs. of nitrogen, 8 lbs. of  .phosphates and 50 lbs. of potash.  To maintain tho two crops requires  a very rich deep soil. The average  ton of manure, which is about 75%  moisture, only contains about lOlba  of nitrogen S lbs. of phosphates and  , 0 lba. of potash.  Cutting the cover crop for hay  in the orchard robs the tree of  moisture at the very time it re  quires it moBt, especially if it is  alfalfa* It takes about 400 lbs. or  mora of water, to mnko oho pound  of dry matter and alfalfa liny will  average over 90% dry matter, the  soil is drained as deep as the roots  go to supply tho rapid growing  demands of the second crop.  C. B. TWIGG.  delegate to the district o&r.fereraes  being unable to go to .Kaslo  Mrs.  .���������jh*ivp%n&lon  waa chosen to represent , Creston    Institute    instead.  Mr&Vtiillie'a second  demonstration  In Oesao vpll tske plsoe on Hbvem  ber 17th.     November 23rd was the  date set for  a  social  evening   for  membera  and  their   escorts in the  Parish Halt, Mrs. C. H. Hare, Mrs.  ft, Telford and Mra McLaren being  appointed   a   committee    to   take  charge.    Major Mallandaine  gave  a very interesting address emphasizing   the   deep   indebtedness    of  Canada to the returned men and to  the   nurses   who   went    overseas.  Mm Mallandaine gave a recitation.  S3    membera   were    present    and  about ^0 visitors.    The tea  hostesses   were   Mra   Lrtiiie,   Mrs. J*. W.  Hamilton,   Mrs. O. Moore, Mra. B*  Telford*  G^KieisoiSSf   Mrs. VE. W.  Payne, and the collection  for   the  Crippled    Children's     Fund  MM  COW FOB Sai-E���������Purebred HoEateiu  cow, six years old,...will freshen the last  week in Noveanber. price rajrht for  quick sale.    W. H. Hilton. Creston.  The contractors fijgure it will  take two months to build the  e$iaerit piers and  srwmj***$'jrm.9*w\   mm KiW^trv. ev*������**fl-  ���������.**������v**0fa*i-3--i ssssaes������'waAi.*^a*rai*  *K  a   %y������**%**  \W**ZA  rwmx  ji**������xv*  *\s   ������w������v     **r������ ���������***^aart***   v* <w������  nay River at Ward ner.  ���������,V������-������K      tri\rwli  T������i^������ER SA.LE ��������� K&&BB  Sealed tenders will be received by  the*- District Forester, Nelson, not  later than noon on the 23rd day of  No vera* ber. 1027, iov the purchase of  JL.cesie X8882. near Kicgs^Jits. to cssS.  662M Board feet of SawSogs and 6,680  EJneal feet of poles.    , ,  Twc- (g> yssare. "will., be allowed- for  reiaaovAl of timber.  Further particulars of the District  Forester, Nelson, B.O.  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  ACT  Women's Institute  The regular monthly meeting of  Creaton sind District Womon'a  Institute falling on November 11th  tioo "Day observance.    The  regatlar  bualuc-se vv*.... disposed of aa  brieily  ������a.e poesible.    The prcvioueily elected  W^cmxt, uaares-srved,. surveyed &s&?m  lands may .be pre-empted by British  subjects over 18 years of age, and by  aliens oa declaring is&tss&ikui 4������ beccsas  BritrJsEa subjects, condltioiual upczi residence, occupation, and Improvement  for agricultural purposes.  f"ul������ ssuonsation concermag regulations regarding pre-emptions, is given  to Bulletin No. 1, Land Series, "How  to Pre-empt laaxd." copies of which can  be obtained free of charge by addressing the Department of Lands, Victoria,  B.C*, or to any Government Agent.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable ������or agricultural purposes,  and which, is not timfterland, te., carrying over 5,000 board feet per acre  west of the Coast Range and 8,000 feet  per acre east of that range.,  AppHeatSuOB f&e pce-empiions are io  be aaddrasScted to the Land Commissioner  of the Land Recording Division in  which the land applied for is situated,  and ore made on printed forms, copies  of which can be obtained from the Land  Commissioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and improvements made to  value of .$10 per acre. Including clearing and cultivating at least five acres,  before a Crown Qrant can be received.  > For more detailed information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt Land."    ..,'*��������� , ��������� 1;  Applications are received for purchase  of vacant, unreserved Crown Lands,  not being timberland, for agricultural  purposes; minimum price, of flrst-cloas  (arable) land is $5 per acre, and second  class (graadang) land $2,60 per acre.  Further information regarding purchase  or lease of Grown lands is given In Bulletin No. 10, Land ISeries, "Purchase  and Lease, of Crown Landa."  Mill, factory or tadustriol asltea on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased^ the conditions including payment of atumpage.  tJniiurveyed areas not exceeding SO  acrcft may be leased aa homcaltca. conditional, upon a dwelling being erected  in tho.first year, title being obtainable  after residence tastai toaproyement conditions aro fulfilled and land hi*������ boon  surveyed.' ,,s:y':y)A\  IWBAi*?!!������  '   ' ;'''y-"  areas not exceeding- 640 acres niay be  leased by ano person or a company.  GRAZING  Under the Orazlng Act the Province Is divided into grazing districts  and the range admlniateved uwler a  Griyduig CommtGMoEwr. Annual urcus;-  ing permits ore Issued based on number raMiged, prlonWgr being  given  to  form anuflsoclatlons forrango manage-  ment. Wrm, or -a^rurUally free jmrtnlbs,  aro available for settlers, campers or  travellers, up to ten lima.  ATTRACTIVE PRICES ON  Ne^er before has our stock of colder-weather  Bedding keen co coiiiplefe and  attractive   .jeS^������������-.  WHit-i. and lirey-2! Flannelette B!anl  '^p^p.>',ppp.^~ ''���������'���������' ��������� -        ������ -        .  FuilfSize Bed Comforters ��������� ��������� ��������� >���������  Gre^yWool Blankets^ from $ 5������������������SO to -���������  Hudson   Bay Blankets^   all  wool, $1.50   per  Assorted colors.  .J  ���������,: S.S0;  lb.  Engllsli Flairs^eletle In all colors ��������� ��������� ��������� 35c. per yard  Have Yoisr. F@^t  Coiiifor table and  Weli. SSied  by wearing   f  Murray's Sho^  New Styles  for Men and Women  IIS  PeramanV Hose  ���������  -���������.'.' ������  for Men, Women and Children, in all new sliades, in.  Wool,   Silk   and   Wool*  and All Silk.  Agents for Jaeger AU Wool.  CANTiLE C  LIM TED  COLUMBIA  The Mineral Province of. Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Has  ___ produced Minerals na followa: Placet? Gold* $78,018,918; Lode Gold, $120,072,318,  Silver, $80,787,003; Lead, $106,976,442} Coppeir $200,067,068; Zinc, 050,612,557; Coal  and Coke., $264,090,138; Sf-.ruatt.rnl Materials and MiBoellancoua Minerals, $50,175,407; mak-  mf-fits mineral pi-od notion to the end of 1025 eh ow ait  Production?year ending IPecember, 1926, $67,188,842  ,.- .       .The MamnR I*aWa of tJjb'Provitace* air.4i'roo-raJibw lower tSaan tlioee ol  .".:"'any otlwr Provide������.an.'tb-p BomibScb.or'ttny'cpipnjr ib ..'the Bt-lfcifife Id'ilfipire.  Mineral looataoaifl aro ^rahbedto dleoorererfl for liominul feMy  ' Absblute Titles are olitaimed lay deve^.optue: a������clipro|w-rtlea,''tlie ftecairtty 08 wlaioli ib  v    ^uieiraiiceed by Orowt) ,y(.r.uaUi. '  E"n11 iuformation. toRethor with Mining Reporta a-nd Maps, may he obtained gratis by  a.ddreaaitig���������  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  2SJ.B.���������PiaLtlfiasSljr sM British Ooluraabla MSnpra! Pe^opicrtBera upon which developra:tent work Una btasn dono  ftare deacrihoai Ita ������������i������aiao one of lh^ Anmuul Ramnrtw k>7 Un* l*4anl������������ter of MSaaea.    Tht>H������ K������maMvvhi\j; aaniaaim^  --     -     ��������� - Thoy ������r<������ at vailable wlfclioait nharg;������ nn JiippEicul.toii u������ th������ Bo-  ���������l  t*t        "^-' ��������� fc-������.M "���������>������������������  m  Ivinich Mutiding;, Vjlr  (nv<eatments aahould refer to such reports.  t*������a U..������-mS. <.������  USajua. Victoria, B.O.    Reports "of the "QsoSostcdE Survc  coitvaftr, are recomtnendeai \\������ vulamlilo acrwceia of InrnrmiK-thwa.  llcporfca Cftveai-Bwjf eueh of tlaa? 8lsc MWcrnt? 9n*rvii*3' E>tHta-iel* uraa jMnbHtsJiecls w**pj^r������te-l3% nw*! are aarMI  t.h\e on itip|������UcttiJuit- rf?  ���������TfflSB'  REVIEil^J^BSfl#lfe^miiia  .��������� ���������-���������(��������� j-,-i������i>*,'i '*<*-*'���������  ^.*������W'������������.pl1.VW������y '-I  ���������^j*^ -J*^" '-''i^  ! KiagaafWifOI^  ;-.;--i^-j������.',^!,^>v^';.y^'-q'?i*-:.'^  ^y'H*':1^:^ 'P'^'ft  aiBiagecl m fire  Was Lone Representative  Wrecked  By  Bxi i 14i n gMi#i?c? i ������a J ly  Explosion   lar  Furnaces  ^Niagara'   Pall^Pi|������nt.    |������- : Damage  Ottawa���������Verify importajati| iiitima-  tions, b^riaigV^P^ai Vihfe J&ipstiOnf^f?  the iaiapoft and export of iicuiorVwei-e  niad.e d*i|ing the progress of the- discuss iou dii th  the  Dominion  The   p|ov  their  reifpae  uortatloiff of liquor,   both  where there \ by firemen  also |  antffeatf  Twenty postal clerks arwl'   s-nni!  riers   escaped   from   the   "building   but  tlie  e question at a .sitting of j returned; ^ud ^anast-ld J.p,remove-vttJw  l-Provineiai fCohferehc<*; ? {'mail* to''' iisafety. Mrk -^fcrrief-;wife'Of';(lit  rinces  were , unanimous^ in j,caretafcy3r,^ aaid hjer* infantf *^ild, ���������^verev.  jst  for   coati'dl' of; tlie  im- |Ttaiten Hr-bni'the 'smoke 'filMdVlMitdink  ;u*e liquor control    boards" and  v.-la ere tl||re is legal prohibition. Like-  **r& n .   ��������� ������ ^1  wise, there was unammuy an dean amis fcjjjr a curbing of the operation  o!* liquoa^txport houses.  The fjhiiouneenaeut,.,' -which eauie  from thef Federal Goverrufhent. rep re-  sen tatab*||, was thai the bill, confining: to ll^e provinces the right, to import linv?L<?r, will be re-kit reduced.  Twice aff-eady this has been killed  by ihe Senate-  As rejjards export houses, Uie un-  deriiLkingf is giv<m that, where any  provineofso d^1re3,fycUstQixi^?bondiii*s?  privilege^ v>iil be denied such er-tah-  iishjueutsf Any such policy, if adopted, on provincial initiative will put a  very large crimp iu tlie operation of  export: houses to which are attributed mail}- cf the abuses which bavv  arisen inf'the iitpiertraffic  Another proposal of the provinces  was for ihe reduction in. ' tfea excise  duties oa liquor. . The Minister oi"  Finance    declared        that      tho      de-  Aiif explosion, belieVed to haVe occurred in the furnaces and blowing  out all the windows and doing damage to .heaxhy hiailiSingS;- started the  lire.  The force of the? blast broke windows in buildings nearby and one arum  was hurledythrough a doorway** into  the street but was not injurod.  ���������mP~**.  !0A    '"<  #?���������?.:  111  s^er  Fiiers|gD(|ceay^d< 6Bya^^e*f*lac4iqra(:;?<Q.f  |������|. .    -.,it|,i_eade.n.$^^ '.'.  |f Fre^rictoii^^N.B^-^eiplyed ' liy ^tlm"  f|efiectlpn?qif a leaden   ; sky "'* on.   .the  |fmootfi| sairNxce' Of- 'tlt'&'St.^iblm fti'ver,'  'ft Cana^llau iair clafi dbve'straight !n--  ���������to thept'lv.erf-.liiBce.viltiVthe planed.were  PliKhtlliieuteaiaat C. ���������> N.;Harrop, pilot  of  tb^niaphine,;.^orporaxl^ Wiitship,  mechiV|tlc, aiad    C.. "Donnellyr   lalwjto.  gaaph-^i All ak**e troixa "pcartWiSaJtla^ Nik?,  air stii|loai.      ?;--*?'7' -.;-���������-*?  CaiaOes,��������� i'b-wboats?'aiad poorer* ca^ift  dashe4|fx'om both banks of tlio river  as sooja; as; tho crash occurt'OtV as ^the  plane '-^Biiif .circled .s.eyeral ilnics befaare  planing for tlao surface of, tlae river.  'The  tSree'"* iivialQi-s "^"vej*e  all cliiiEEiig  Dr. W. A. Shaultb, of Winnipeg,  preaadeait^ of il������ef lnteHsaitioaaal Association  of .Dairy   ami   Milk   Inspectors,  Dense   eloiids, of . smoke  that  illicit;! AVasVthe tmljr pauadian present when  the   building  prevented   firemen 'from   tllc Association, met  an  Toronto,  Ont,  '' "'~"v    "'"'*..; "���������f"'JV'^.. "���������^^'Vi' ^i'*'1.i'','?iJr.-;y-' l^y-ih % ��������� ���������\vT'''r'^ -'i f ?;���������* *���������������'��������� '���������  London.������������������Fulfilllne    the    tradi tional  rqlejo^fjorincipal speaker at the Ouild-  hali. ^l������ereHonce< a-yearv the^lg-bui?!- P\  ness ^en^QEytiae/aiieien������?eity. oCii.6iv<V;;--���������  dbri.' grfet -ay.yrevleyr  .'of.-   gpyornKaeaital ^y;  affairs straight jfrona- fDcnyniag S.l,i:eet, ,.  Pi^&anlGi"'    Stanley? Bail dw hi    declared  hianssfclf^aji bptirviist about"Europe- because ;ke ts ,a'realist:'"f i.-..-    ������������������.���������.^:.-:  "Gi*eat  Britfiinr    Pi-aiice,   -''C3eAnaaiy:'-"f'���������  and  Italy, jarptagonists; in ;theystiugi  V  gles 6%"th*i dayj"fhe aaid, "rap1w*;nieot..i-y:  as equals and partners,\.a a4yaatc^.-tl*.e  to th^#reek, -the^plano havihg broken] cause of neacelVand tliey look foa*ward  up aft^r striking the water.  Theftar-men?wea*e cut about the fact'  am! aiTOph bruaeed a.nd suffering from  whoci; Unci  exposure. f  ," ".,/��������� ���������"'���������  enleritag.  V  resolution   of  regret  at  Canadians  j remaining aloof was paassed.  Is Minister Of ^aii\pys  Geo.  Spence,    Maple    Greek,    Accepts  Portfolio In Saskatchewan  Government  Rcglua.~~j^ppoiixtsaem. . of Gcpige  Spenco, member jrf the Houso of Com-  snons for Maple Creek, as aninlater of  railways in tho Saskatchewan govern-  jnent,' wa^c:s^n<^nced::;--byy; He>ni?j.J3.;y'vT;;  Latta,  aetjng preniie'i;.    . ...  A reorganization of ihe Saskatch-  aaaud for"��������� increased subsidies was notP^^m^Trnixentpinv^^  quite in Sonsonance with the dciiwnd . ^iios held by all the ministers, ex-  Tor lowei excise duties, but stated': ceP*- lhose of Hoa- J)l- J* M- Vhrlcli.  tliac thtjbovernmenr. was willing to: minister of public health; Hon. C. M.  i'-ien to Reason = Hamilton, minister of agrieultua*e, and  * Tlacre las discussion on judges j George Spence, minister of railways,  and a ma^oriiv of tho speakers favor- i win ^e affected, is foreshadowed,  ed highel? salaries and uniformity in ! 'u is ct>pside?j*M ^iiiipprtafit /;th?t  retiremer^t of iudees but little atten- i ������eorge Spence, -?wh6V*has: always'  tiou vrasljbaid to the question of age,! sbown a mailed, intearest^M and yapt%  it beanc af>inied out that some of the 1tude for railway; developinent in the  oldest jugges were the most efficient, j newer districts of^hp ^oymce, slipuld  be   given an   opportunity  to   serve in  this   department,"  Refceiv^s Application  For Steamship Service  On  Allowel Wave Bands  ���������aid   air.  making the announcement.  Federaa    Governnieht   Gets   Offer  Line   To   Fort  C hutch ill  .. Winnipeg.���������Tlie?V?folio wing ? special1  despatch ,from Ottsiwa is given prom-  inende by a WiiaraJseg papea*V - ??    '���������-  y "The Federal-Government-has-been-  invited, to enter iaato an agreement  with asteaanship^cb&pcihy with ofilbes  in Great Britain and Montreail whereby the company wrill put oaa a regular  steamship service from Fort Churchill  to England and the continent in return for a concession of crown lands  in the Fort Churchill area.  V..-'Rumors of this applicatioai had  been cui*rent in the= capital for aevei-al  days and coniirmaton was obtained  from Hon. W. R. Motherwell.  "The company is the Gaspe Steamship Company, Ltd., of London, Eng.,  Latta  inland Moiitreal."  mnt 10,000 Horses  #f.   l,.,,;,?.,^_^^'f-!y!    ������������������-i.-->.  -  :   -    -  ���������fAK     . * ������������������.--.-...-; -.  SussiafReady To Place "Big Order For  Canadiaaa;Nags 'NextfYear ;;,-  Quelfgc.���������Ti;ansporlatip!n    of    10.000  Canadian   light r-draughif horses ia em  Quebecfl to fLeiiingradj  Russia,  is- the  .goal tliS.t has been set*by the Soviet  'Government  foa?   the' 102S   season  of  navigation, it was learu'ed here. With  the djeparture from Quebec about November -16 of the Russian steamer De-  kabrist   with   S50   horses, yivVtqtal   of  3,000  of  the  animals .."vsrllLf?havey: been  shipped  through this port this  year,  ; Lo: ;the JcdnValesebce  of  biar -comaaKmy'  civilization.?! --     y.:y:-'-:.    ,n , y.--';vy->^    ^>-  Mar. ."Baldwin   paid 'gracefill ��������� tribaite  to   Arisiid.e  Brialsd, ?-the l Fa*eueh  For- .?  eign Minister? y- and . Gustav.,;,Streses c..  anaHh.*" thes German  Fo reign Minister,,,,  as far-seeing leaders who '-rendered  a  rapprochement possible.    "  ���������"AH Europe  honors them iiiiiL reh-;  tiers them tribute," he added. -    ?*'All  Europe ' asks where nexty-wii! ay states- w?  man?be  fpu*od>  with ,tihe. eqjurtja^e'^pf.  ;  Stresemaxinj the broad    htamanity    y*,f.  13riand, whatVeountry in the Bnikans,  in   Central  or 3Eeastea*n''Sasrope,''will /'  first  follow" *'��������� their  ex& uipie' and   erirn ?'  like fame/' ..?���������������������������-���������:. _:     .'?.y-f--. iy    ^a:'  The Prime Minif:ier wished he xould  speak equally 'yopefully about Itussia.  There wero circumstances Ayliifch, led  Great Britain t'o cease diplomatic rcla-  Vti,Oto.5j -wi th   Russi af  h '&   said.  ' ���������'' Tn ere  am- infbTder tofeaiiry. th.e.coasiderlEbis?  larger Ifigure  aimed  at for f next  sea-} ^'ere similar circumstances -which pfe-  son, th$ Soviet Government'will .char-1 vented  the  United?States  frem:: ever  ter aai Other steamer in addition.-to-the-;  Dominion.   ���������     ������������������--:-���������-.   ������������������ a-    -..\ ..  ^deral Bf-Election  Pqrj.  Directing Aircraft; Says Debt  Esseistia! Fdr Caitada  . Canada's.'^Right To Exclusive Bands  Recogmzed By Radio Conference  Washington.���������Canada's right to- exclusive wyave bands for the direction  of aia-crn|t- iai the Dominion, has been  veeogiiize'dji by the International I'adio  Conference,   aud   a   wide'band,   suffi  cient to take care of extensive development of commercial Hying in Canada has been .set. aside for the sole  use of Canada.  When the question of communication between aircraft and ground stations war*.; under discussioai in commit tee, -the Canadian delegates  brought aip the aaecessity for the  a'ecognition of the needs of aircraft  In the Dominion. It was pointed out  that iai practical application of aar-  c raft to forest protection, survey work  ancl sanailar useful purposes, Canada  led the world. Tiae necessity for a  clear band through which .aircraft  could communicate regularly with  ground stations, was recognised ns it  had been previously vocognired in  Europe.  "With the additional facilities," a  Canadian delegate tohl the Canadiaai  I'resss today, "it will he possible to  provide not only for ihe very extensive forest protection operations in  ���������lie vju!oia<* province?, but also for'all  kinds of coaaaanercla! aircraft ontea*-  pri-cos."  Moiantie Ig Protnoted  OMiiwii.---Ktsaff-Sea-goant A. H? Roy,  i*.-nov,-aand Arctic traveller of tho  Canadian Mounted Police force, has  l)o<-n promoted to Un? rank of -inspector, according to an announceanont  luadc lici-c. Wldlo iia charge of a de-  uuhnnnt ai Poaid's lailet, ho conduct-  id a he prelliiiltiary pa*oceedings in Iho  cflcbiiiti'd .laia������-.-! ccih", an wlii������,;)a Ihi-  ti:.b  law  was eaaforcod   In the Arctic.  !n Order To Retain Position !n World  Markets Declares Robb  Ottawa.���������"It was essential for Canada to reduce her debt to maintain  her position in the mai'kets of the  world," Hon. J. A.;Robb told* "the'.'provincial premiers conference here for  lowing  the   submission  for  increr..ed  -j>  Crippled     Aviator     Is     Fearless     and  Competent PHot  . Wheeling, W. 7a.���������Wheeling, the  city that sent Kuth Elder forth in an  attempt to conquer the Atlantic oeeim  Polling??* Day    At    Maple   Creek  stitueney Fixed For Dec. 9  Ottawa.���������A  federal^ by-electioai ,  is  impending ingttiei ^n^tituency p'f;"Ma|  pie Cv'^^^^^^J^nsQ^&^>ft .Atpons  ihe res|gna^ioi|s'pf|!^^OES^SP'^^^  era! M.E.,who" has become Minister of  Rallwa^ in the Saskatchewan Government? yy-y ���������?������������������'���������':-'y-.';y--s  Writs.?-for the election fix November 25 as nomination day and Decem-  beav 9 as polling.day.  This Vis tlie first, by-election since  the   Coiiser^-ative   Party's   convention  w  iocs  by air, now has another aspirant for j Jn  Win*^ipeg ajl<]  Ule  ch6iCe ' of Hon;  transatlantic honors-an aviator with������ R  ^ Burnett, K.Cw as leader  no -egs and but one arm. The crippled  subsidies.  The  minister of ".nance  emphasized tho tremendous obligation ga*owing out of the -..*nr and the  anatua-ities which the i3ojnirjion was  coanpellcd to aneet ,;ora time to time.  Hoai. Mr. F;:<���������'��������� A* promised nothing  beyond what viarliament would see fat  Lo do ia the matter of incro.ar.ed f.mb-  sidies.  May Bar Further Excavation  Cairo.���������Germans   may   he   refaas>ed  further peranisslon to '" make    t-xcava-  birdman is Morris 11. 'Daugherty, 35,  of New Martinsville, siear here. He  has been flying for a year aaid is  known as a fearless and competent  pilot. Now he is ready to attempt an  ocean flight.  Winter Air Mail Proposed  League   Session   In    Deceaaaber  Geneva.'���������The quarterly session of  the League of Nations' Council has  been officially convoked for "December  5. One of the most important questions to come up is the appeal of Lithuania against Poland, alleging tho mis-  treataaient and ari'est of cloi'gy in the  tions here in view of the dispute over I V1,na Wftrlot and th-r removal of:the  tlae bust of Queen Nefertiti, which Uae   schooling   rights   of  ^ithamaaia.i   chll-  nerlln Museum insists on hold lug. The   dron' whlch ,is ^clarod, to be threat-  I ening peacelul rclatioam between  the  [two countries.  Egyptian antiquties    department    demands that it be returned to Egypt.  Would i;Serve Remote Posts Which  Aifc Practically isolated  Ottawa.���������A representative ot the  Canadian Transcontluental Airways j organization  LImitedf is in Ottawa to confer with  the cfilcials dt the Canadian Air Board  in the matter of transporting mail-to  Seveai Islands, AnticoBu, and the Magdalen Islands - during this closed winter season of navigation. Tho contract  l'or this* new service has already been  awarded.  - Hitherto these remote posts have  been practically isolated, delivery of  iaa������iis being entirely 'dependent on  dog teams dua*ing the winter.  United     Farmers     Of f  Ontario     Vyili  [;.-.:    fOiscuss Resolutioai On This  Question  Toronto.���������A resolution calling r for  the. abolition of the political cc.mmit-  tee and :the elimination from the: cfll-  cial statement of aims of the organization of all reference to political activity .-will be placed before the United  Farmers of Ontario when ihey moot  la- tlieir annual convention in this city  December 7 and 8. Tho resolution if  passed would remove the last hint  of a political  complexion    from    the  The same resolution asks the association '.to .-"condemn the use of tlie  title TJ.F.O. by any members of the  provincial or Dominion Parliaments,  or any candidates for either House.  A resolution asks that. a . study of  co-operative marketing be placed on  the curriculum of rural schools.  Airships heiaag constructed iai England are expectod to carry passengein  to Canada or Egypt in two aud oaae-  half <1ays, to Soaath Africa an six raid  one-half days, and to Australia, in  twelve and otic-half days.  Iai  all Prance  there  are  !oph   thun  12,000.000 fjianillos. '  U.S. Shy On Half Dollars-  Washington.���������Nearly GOO.000 !i0-  cont pieces wero coined last month rin  the mints at Philadelphia, Denver and  Sun Francisco, and- tho demand is fitrUl  l-unnliag abend of the mipply. OfDcIalH  havo beeai unable to accouait for the  suddeai demand, except 1lmt no hnlf-  dollaa'fl woa*e made frdm, 192*1 to 192G.  Big Ranch De^l  Calgary.--One of the largest deals  in the Tylstoa-y of Alberta ranch property���������involving anoro than $750,000 ������������������  waa put through hero, wheal 1he  George Lano Company flancUojicd the.  Rnle of the Bar U and Willow Crook  ranchps togotlaor with till livestoclc  nnd equipment, to the P, Hurras Company.  Making Effort To  Have Sentence Changed  r.^TjjiJoj.-nriaic'r**!  -j3as^Ki������r.-cr.!r  s.-Jirw^Jc^;  -,������  4'>*  pr\i  MW(H  Ofninrr. Tn Ahr������ndon "Flloht  ���������r.'lai.     The     l-'ordgn     OiMrf  Imn  ii.'cn ad v I Med by a lie aierman a'tmraal-  f.-iu-ral it" <'al<:uit:i, India, lhat, (f'tto  K'i������i naxTli", win* in t out in ;iy to the  r.������. hy \t;iy of Hie <>i-lciif, I.-. II! mail |  pfMiritli'i.".  niul  <i/;;iaa-en   to ab'irnloia   bin |  Canadian Guard at Washington Unveiling  *^^^wwtwfti������ti3  The Canadian (iuard of honor aai lhe unveiling In Vv'ia.shlngton of the ('anadiaia naoaaaaaionL to Americans who fell  while r-ervijig ha Caaaadian lTnlt������, wlilch waa dodientot! on Ai'iaalHtlcn   day,  wiih   rtrnwii   fa-ona  1h������i frunoasn "Royal  2-ttd  .  Jif   ,(    . iioam*    j Ji������-   t'oreu'ii |-;���������")'''11<,11'  "f ')',"',,'M' (,'<>'-    Tlx-y nre nhown photogrnidir-d at  the  Oaitadfim  l-'unille  ntutloaa   In  Montreal  enrouto   to  , ,,," *    .  ,.,,,���������,,., ,i I    V ,., (1        ".[Toronto retieaatly l������i-r<ue joining other Canadian nnitu and prococulhig to WuHhlangtoaa.    The "Crown of ^aorideo" wan  i*itiiM'U,iU4-j.ti.i-iu.iiiii,iijjiiif.;ini'iiMJ*  jMriM'icii  i.i   Tin* Ani'iiitum   js'ati������'jjul  <'<-(iiii(i,iry  hy   ���������.*������.'  iJaiiaiilaii   (\t.>\tsinUMuiL..    'JIjh   uuvi'ilinti   *:vL*iuioi.iU.'n   u-etru  *������������   an  . 'titltinia'tdtial    naiaam, -uoojut aaait alljualtttrleH l'roiai -Canada and  ilin  United, !e4tait*'n  talking  nart,  tho   waontimeaii  befaag  YV      ;,      1:-     i;,,^ ! unvHU'ir by tin'  lion,  \'laa(*������*aat   "Un.-yny, Cana'll'tn  Amhaiinadoi* ait ^VafhhiKl'-in.  -.;������*-ii;..'  admitting of such relations.  ..   .y  ''Whenever the Russians'  are    pre-.  pared, to observe...the.ordinary decenT  ciesVof international intercourse  and  abstain  from   interference  in  our domestic   affairs' and   from "a" policy   of   ;  intrigue, and  hostility ,"*/ he eontlKU'id,   ''  ''they   shall-.-iiAil  -us   ready   to.  iu<-et;:  them  in ;the   spirit   of   liberality  ami:    ;  ^gqoir* '"-ff-tn   which' inspires 'oair . whole   .  ;f)cHign^ pplicy ?"" ."'" ' 'V-,'  Counsel In  Nel&ota Case Appealing To  Department  Of'Justice  "Winnipeg.���������Counsel for Earlo Nelson, found guilty of tho murdoa* of  Mrp. Emily Patterson, aa*e i.reparing  to make ropresontatlonn to the D(i-  partmoM-t of Justice for the remission  of the death raentonce, Nelson was son-  toncod to 1)0 hanged January 13.  Tho plea of Insanity which the defence offered aat tho trlatl will be tho  basis for tho roproaentatloiafa to bo  made to tho executive authorities. The  evidence given by ilefetaeo witneHf.es,  togothor with rocordo froan Kapa State  Aeylum, Cnlifornia, will bb forwarded  to Ottawa.  Thoy will he supplemented by X-ray  plates plaotogmphii ot Nelaon'fl head.  The platea wero ordorbal clalofly for in-  TCBtigatlonal purposes and wore liot  oit'ered la* evidence at JX'elaon'ts trial.  at'   I In-   III "'a t������td  ������*ill<-liljil.  Aro  Se/uking  Settltsmerat  Toroaito.���������T. ������. Clna-ltaon,    who    in  one  of  tho llnuldatoa-s  o(  the  Memo  ltuaudt o-C Canada, ha������ conArmed that  KllHcuHwloaaa are now ������oIng on with a  vlow to flottlomeiit of the live minima  dollai null brought Oy the Hqimi.itor.i  ngn.i������i������t ������lu> direct or ia of Urn d������'faitact  LlifiilUitUnn. THE yBEVTEW.   iSBESTON,    B.    C.  I%f  Few Instances Recorded  F0R0^R50YEMWL  Hypnotism   Used   Instead , Of   Anaesthetic In Surgical Operation      *  Hypnotism has been used in place  of anesthetic during a major surgical  operation at St. laike's Hospital Chicago. The operation, performed 'mV a  young woman, was for the removal of  adhesions in the abdomen arid ~was reported a success. She was under hypnotic control more.>.than-'.axa-hour,     j  "While the case was under the cLirec-  ���������Mon. jot Dr0j^fredVP.; Solomon, of tjbe  T|eu^lo;p;icalVSerY!fce,f:St. Vkuke's,  the  surgeon .yjr&B. Dr. Harold O. Jones, af&a  a memtjier of the hospital staff.  I)r.  Solbnion -'hypnotized the    woman. VyA  member?Oify?St.?IiUke's? cotiflrmed the  :re'p'6rt'','vof'-''':'tfi:e op^rationr^^ declined  to give details, asserting its chief importance was  scientific and that reviews would    prepared    for    medical  journals ,ancl associations.     V PP.      y  VVMedicai? authox*itiesy?saici ftae report-  $d usageofhypnotism >ixa?| Stiygery has  prevailed for almost 75 years but tliat  .instanfees-havefbeeii -few.v> V p  Aluminum, tlie modern  metaS, lias uses,almost without number, a chief one being as ��������� a container for good  tea, the best of all packages.  All Red Rose Tea is now  packed its. Alusnsnuns and  we have so much faith ito  both the tea and the package that your money will be  refunded if. you are not com-_i.i'������ot their men in the soil when the  pletety satisfied.   ������������������-,.,.        ;*. -ni* -  same pattern, all of new* lumber tCnd  unpalnted^'  The bottom of the saucer, on both  sides- of the river,Vi*J' n fertile plain  of deep black loam, -which in summer  is covered with heavy grass and. pea-  vine, but with' never- a eo��������� to eat it,  for the1 miners are not given to domesticity.    The company -which owns the  t  mines   was   seized   by   the   desire   io  pmwvwD FI&ES  B^fliELLIE L. McCLUNG  1  fully tiiicotiscibus of the fact that a  picture of lierywas inthe evening pamper j-and, a short; ammmary of .her career  as ..told; toaroueager young reporter by  ���������Mrs. "Wymuth..; ..It said samong , other  things that she was a girl,fof .violent  temper., who .bad gl yen much, troubl e  to the Hojne ^authorities. .  ,-  L  VWr-" ������������vsr: ������i C^riA^A,   1&25  CHAPTER Xri���������-Goratihued  The spirit of Helmi's hardworking,  soap-making, dirt-hating grandmothers  stirred  at  the   sight before  her.  Her  ed,���������the mother last of all���������-while  Helmi stayed with the iiock. who sat  very staid and dignified in their new  state of cleanliness.    Helmi    sang   to  first mine was opened, and to this end  bought aii. the land in the saucer,  vcfiich^ covers a full -towalshi p of six  miles square, and gave to each man!  who signed on for a year a tract of  twenty-five acres;? but so far ��������� not  much success had: come, tor the -miners when their; eight hours were over  had, Uttle,inclination, to plant.or hoe.  Even the mine .manager, wlio could  discourse nobly on the subject of giv-  'iiisr the -wriST'ito*'"'a. staVo" ai-i Hya ciii-hti-v  "to keep him from putting his foot  througli the place-glass of civilization,'' had not laid a.-spado or hoe on  his own twenty-five acres of grass, nor  indeed removed the pile of clay which  basement  of .his house,. -|Wheaj a man can, -earn  ��������� e������   ������-������   -tv* jt-."v-i  Ions, capable hands craved' a chance I tbem in English, thenin Finnisn, the  to show what they, could do with the  travel-stained"* tear-wet, much becalmed faanily before her, mother and all.  The mother was ...at. a low ebb���������skirt  crooked, belt wholly inadequate .to cover the connection between skirt and  blouse, hair in strands, hair iiet dragging from one hairpin, shoe-lace untied, stockings sagging; her shoulders  drooped, and her voice wobbled.  "Let me have him," said Helmi,  reaching out for the fiye*year-ord, "I  will wash." The family stopped all its  activities; arrow-root biscuits were  discarded;     the    seven-year-old,    who  lullaby that had heen sung to her by  her over-worked mother.  The conductor passing, saw with'  surprise the change that had come into this nest of stormy petrels/and the  same thought came to him that Maudie  had expressed. '^There's something  funny about this," lie said to himself.  Then he listened. He recognized the  Finnish songs, having worked with  Finns in the lumber-camps near Port  Arthur before he went oa the road.  His brows corrugated and one? eye  was shut tight. He went to the end of  the car and sat down to think it over.  ������.jl*    c*m.>^    ^.itt-tf-r  a lyent-free; house;?it.hardly seems fitting that he should spend his leiusre  time manicuring young onions or confirming the feeble knees of spindly  young cabbages.    ^ .���������?-,-���������  The trouble withySagle Mines was  that no one expected to stay. A mine  may give out and, who knows where  the seam may end? "There were out-  croppings,:to be sure,-.all around the  saucer, but there were foldings, aaid  cross faultings, and in some of the  seams interbedded shale, which increased the ash arid therefore raised  the mining cost.  (To Be Continued.)  was riding the back of a seat shout-j He read the telegram again. Then he  shook his head, slowly. It was curious.  V Just before' .Edmonton was preached  the conductor? knocked againVat; Helmi's door. She received himfwith the  air of iangotar and the lifted eyebrows.  Again she wkis the experienced traveller, slightly bored, but his quick eye  noted that all her things wei*e packed  away. "Here Is yoair ticket, madam,"  he said politely, "will you please give  the back the slip Ivgave you. Tour  ticket is for Eagle Mines, I-,nbtice. A  funny thing happened yesterday. Just  before we reached Rivers I had* a wire  from Winnipeg asking rate to be on the  ing '*?Ride -em, Cowboy!" -paused open-  mouthed; Maudie in - surprise relin-  oyuished the nut-bar, at least as much  of it as would leave her .hand, "i have  a little wash-room of aiiy?b\yn; Theare^  1 will take him please,*' said "Helmi'  Charlie went with her without a woi*d  while the family looked, on, in dumb  amazement. "Ma, ain't iliat the. limit,"  whispered Maudie in wonder, "I  thought she was a lady." ���������'"-"' '     ���������  Charlie came back in clue course  shining from applications of soap and  water? "His garters were mended, his  CHAPTER XII,  -   j-j���������*���������   ��������� .,* ~-^-i ~ ij.������---������^i���������.  above ther Eagle Mines*. Helmi looked  down on  a valley  whigh? :- lay* like  a  shallow saucer, -broken   -Jaggeidly   hut  fairly down the middle hy the rivier, had been excavated "for th  which ran jade green and foaming to  the plains beyond. The rim of the saucer was fluted by sffiort lines of young  evergreens running dowav- toward the  centre.    TheV mines,: three    of    them,  looked like badger-boles of giant size,  and ?were marked by long mounds of  slag.   . .-i ��������� .--.^-ff  To the west   rose   the   mountains,  green  at the  foot where the  forests  grew, gravelly and  bare    above  ftbe  timber-line, rising    still    higher    into  hard, gray rock,  seamed  across  like  faded carpet> and at the very top an  icing.of snow which had ruA down the  crevices as if it had been put on too  soft by unskilled hands.      The    two  great peaks stood staring at each other across the stream, seeming to* dominate the whole landscape; and when  the train stopped and the conductor  called "Eagle Mines," Helmi could see  nothing *bait the two. giaiits towering  high above her.  "I suppose,'now, you think those two  big gents are right near, don't youi  said the conductor as "he carried her  valise down; on the steps.  Helmi admitted that she��������� did;-- y  "Well, don't  count ������it P goin.** v over  there  before breakfast.  "-. for&? thiiy^i-e  tweaaty; miles ^away. "Walking:-���������' rowaids  mountains is a thankless husiaess^ in-  this coaantry-^a person don't seem 'to  be able to get much .nearer: in fact,  yeu do well if you can hold your own."  Helmi thanked hian, and. taking lier  vaiise^walked across the narrow platform. Looking up the river she could  see far into the moamtalns, for the river channel is wide and its general direction unbroken.  Around the station    buildings were  huddled the miner's houses, all of the  *.t Ai-*^jMaf.i-r.?i:i  foagranf creamu  lather  Best forljou andBabu foe.  I Albert Soap Lim.tt-iJA1U**..Momrefcl  Asthma Brings Misery, but Da^, J.  D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy will replace the misery with welcome relief.  Inhaled as smoke, or vapor it reaches  the very innermost recesses of the  bronchial passages and soothes thean.  Restriction passes and easy breathing  returns. If you knew as Veil how. this  remedy "would help you as do thousands of grateful users, there would  the., a package' in you?. home tonight.  Try- it. .,,..-  Ills Week  "Ye know not what shall be on the  morrow.'.'���������James iv. 14.  Seek not to know tomorrow's doom;  That is not ours svhich is to come.  The present moment's all our store.  ���������Congreve.  WO" ofteti (distress: .our sehfesV greatly  in the apprehension of misfortune  which after all never happens at all.  We should do our best, and wait calmly the result. We often hear of people  breaking down from overwork; but  ia nine cases out- of ten, they, are really suffering from -ayqrrry or anxiety.  ���������Sir John. Lubbock.  Setting Her Right' ,,  ' The "new milkman ._ was a rather  b-ishful young man? bait he was most  anxious to please his clients. An  elderly lady appeared at the door of  a grand house which he served* and  haughtily put the question, "Ho**  much is my milk bill?" The young  man blushed and stammered: "Biggin* yer pardon, mam., but���������me naane's  Jim."  hairVbrushed, liis ears pink as  coral .  aaid shintng inside and out. His clothes ' lookout for a young, Finnish girl who  were straightened and brushed, and he  had escaped from the 'Uirls' Frienai>  snielled foteignly of toilet water and  powder. He held a new five-cent piece  in his hand, and his spirit was subdued and serene, ^he others were taken one by one, reiiovated and return-  London now has women veterinarians-.  fMixed^ with? sweet*1 oil? ^niad?? applied often, Minard's will heal  rough and chapped skin. ���������**, ,  PAINS AIL  OVER BODY  Two More Cases of Feminine Illness Relieved by Lydia E; Pink-  liam's Vegetable Compound  Harrington, N. S.���������"I had tcrriblo  feelings, headaches, back aaid sido  aachoK aaid pains aU over my body. I  would have to go to bed every month  aand nothing would do me good. My  husband and nay father did my work  for mo aa I have two childreti and  wo havo quite a bif? place. I read in  tho paper about Lydau E. Pankham'a  Vecfotable Compound, and then got a  little hook about it througli tho mail,  nnd my huabaml sent to Eaton's and  pot- mo a bottlo, and then wo .got  anoru froan tho ajLoro. I aan feeling  fine now aud do all my work and am  able to go outaa-ound more, I tell my  friends at is Lydia E. Pinkhnm'fl Veg-  etaable Compound Uant makes me feel  bo well.' '---m���������. Victor. Richardson,  Harrington, Nova Scotia,  Dull Paanav in Back  St. ThomnH, Oait. ��������� "I toojc four  bottles* oi' Lydia K. iUnkhaanV-J Vc'jge-  tnblo Compound aand found j?roat relief froan the dull, heavy pinna in the  * mall of nay back and the wenkncHB  from which 1 matTea-ed for five yc������m  lifter my boy warn born. After taking-  tho Vegetaable Compound and using*  Lydia E. Pinkham'fl Sanative Wn������h t  nin feeling better than I haive for tho  past woven yearn, nnd advise my  friends to take it."���������Mrfl-F. Johnson,  ���������ai** i*jooa*������ otrcet, ou xnumw^ ouu o  cr*  W.    N.    V.    1707  Hoane in "Winnipeg.    They    seem   tu  think she's on this train but I'.certainly caui't place her.    Well, if she's on  ^oard I hope she won't try ge-yting off  at Edmonton, for tho  police will be  watching for lier there, sure. She had  better  stay  right on and  get  off at  some-little place.*0'  Now,    thai   "place  you're going to would bs all right, for  its on a spur-Hno quite away by itself,  and it's tho sort of place whero there  aro a lot of people comiaig and going  aill the time, and' there would he no  questions asked there. I waa out there  one tiane shooting.    It's a queer little  backwash of a place." Their eyes met  in a look of understanding.    Hehni's  wero- startled, >wHd and qaiestlonhig;  his wore calan and reassuring, tho level eyoa of a kindly old conductor who,  haiB looked upon much htimsiai misery  and trouble and always to understand  and help. His  totally  detached manner helped Holml to recover her com*  posui'o, there was something so protective and kindly in hia - face.    In a  moment she had back all her dignity  avaid poise,    "How very    interesting,"  fdao uahl, turning lo hor book.  The conductor lert the train at Edmonton, that being tlao ond of lais run,  but ho waited uaatll 4he train wont^ut.  Tho lady in tho "A" di*awlaag-room did  not appear, and tho police who were  waiting retired after a fmitload ooarch  ninonp*- the pi-if-Hnaai^oi*'!. i  Tho conductor stood with hlo llttlo  vallae In hia laaaid watching the train,  with its dull gray samoko-wreatla laid  well back on its shoulders, making ltt*  way westward through tlao yards. Sho  ifl a game Uttle girl," he said to hlm-  aolf, aa ho laid down bin Valine, to  light his pluo, "and I would Just like  to know aaer atory. Well, I hop������ tlm  gotta a good man."  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S 828 Colwmbla   *   ia,  j 710 U������yOovrer B *r -i Tt.  (Maan additional tn ������-acb  Uoua������a i  THE  CBSWCI.   BETOB'W  Local and Personal  Fob Sale���������Potatoes, Cabbage-" Carrots, parsnips and Beets. Fred Lewis,  Crestoai.  Mass Vera McGonegal spent the  weekend at Kitchener, a Ku*������st of Mass  Cl������r'a Hunt.  Hats  Pgb Sai.B���������12 tons first class  alfalfu, spot cash.    A. Stewart Evans  Cautp Lister.  Fob Saxje���������Nice yoaaaig cow," to  freshen iainjediately, moderate price.  C Blair.'' Canyon.  For Sale���������Pathe table phonograph  and aboaat 20 records, an good condition.    P. K. Traitcott, Creston.  ������������������f ���������  , Cream  Ice Cream  Effective  Sept.  1st  Fall  and  Winter   schedule  of  prices  will prevail, as follows :  MILK  JERSEY���������7 Quarts for $1.00  HOLSTEIK���������10 Quarts, $1.00  CREAM  B. C.   Mutual   Benefit  Association.  Thpreareafeav vacancies and forms  and information can be bad from P.R,  Truseotfc, Ofsiora.  Fob Sale���������Fairy Queen heater and  three rockang chairs, cheap. J. W.  Hamilton, Creston.  Fob Sale���������1923 model toaarani?  Chevrolet, in good shape.    Apply  ^ ..*.���������������.*.*���������������;.���������  Affirm  "I *>/-������  R. A. CO RS FORT  S  Shoes Msstie  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  - Am 3^������P3BB@S3i  Shoe and Harness Repairing  Application Creston Reclamation  Company, Limited, for Approval  of certain permanent toorks in and  adjacent to the channel of the  Kootenay JKeer at Creston. in  British Colombia.  Notice, ia hereby riven that there has been  transmatted to and filed with the International  Joint Commission by the Government of  Canada the application of the Creston  Reclamation Company, Limited, for approval  of the construction of certain permanent works  in and adjacent to tho channell of the Kootenay River at Creston, in the Province of  British Columbia, the said Kootenay River  being b. river flowing- accross the boundary,  ���������within tho moaning- of Article 4 of the Treaty  between the "United States and Great Britain.  of January 11,-1809.  Further.notice is hereby given that the  apodal order of tho Commission suspending  certain of ita rules all statements in response to  said application must bo filed with the Commission on or before the 25th day of November,  1027, and all statements in reply on or before  the 28th day of November, 1927.  And further notice is hereby given that the  above mentioned application will be heard in  the City of Nelson, British Columbia, on  November 29th, 1027, at 10 o'clock a.m., at  which nil parties Interested are entitled to bo  heutd.  LAWRENCE .T. BURPKK,  Ottawa, Canada.  WILLIAM H. SRftlTH  * Washington, D..C.  Secretary International Joint Committee."  MINERAL AGT  [FORM F]  Miss Minnie Strong left on Sunday  for Spokane, where she is spending  the week visiting friends.  Good plain hoard and room for lady  or *������*enttenian, reasonable. Apply  Mrs. C. Frarasen, Oreston.  At the November meeting of the  village council on Monday night bills  ordered paid totalled $612.  J    T\5***ft������ er-*.*-*   .������������%^3   \MF    Vh*������������������������*-. I-**-. *m    **������-������    "\df**i *>_  leod. Alberta, were weekend guests of  Mr. and Mrs. Winchcomb..  H. H. Btowaje, Assistant grazing  rnnfjer, of Nelson, was here on official  "busitaeps at the end. off the ^veek=  Mrs. Jasi Arsrastron^ of Nelson, who  haa taeen on a visit at the ho tne off her  son, Charles, returned home on Sunday.  Mr. Collins of Vancoaaiver spent  Tuesday in town, vlsitiaig his son, "VV.  B. Collins, of the Bank of'Commerce  stuff.  Miss "Lily Wilson, who has spent the  past five months with h������?r sister, Mr*  Q-po* BSawsr>n4 lets? on Thursday last  for her home at OUls, Alberta.  Three saaot*e cars o? cattle were shipped from Ca-eston this week, going ont  on Wednesday to Calgary, Alberta.  Most of the* 70 head was from West  Oreston.  Rhoda Evelyn, infant  daajghter of  Mr. and   Mrs. G. H. Kelly, was baptis  ed   at   the  morning service in tha St.  Stephens   Presbyterian    Church    on  Sunday last.  _A social evening for the members of  the    "Wohi-en's    Institute   and     their  ^SCOS*tS    "WE..     LrcTin.cr     p.tmCe.      ������������ es'lAiJV3*S5������^)7'������  November 23rd. at 8 p.in. at the Parish  Hall.    Bridge.  H. Thompson, sin inspector for the  provincial department of agriculture  under the Clean Seeds -Act. was a  visitor at Creston on official business  on Wednesday. iV .  Christ Church Committee remind off  Fob S AlJE-i���������Half dozen pairebred  White,Xieghorh cockerels, from 250 to  300-egg?  hens,    f-53   apiece. ������������Dad"  Browell^Qanyoss^ y?  li. N.Xeaaiiy. has been awarded the(  oontraet to supply 625 yards of gravel,  for   I5xing   up V;.B������iraton   and   Victoria.'  Avenues, -Vancouver Street an<3? Hillside road.    Hisfoact was 21"*"cents a yard  lower, than fcheybther two tenders.  Mrs. R,. Stevens, president, and  Mrs. Jus. Cherxington wore ajafc Kaslo  oh Wednesday and Tlava rsday representing the local institute at the  annual conference of the Women's  Institutes of Kootenay-Boundwry. .  The vreather of the past week has  given the Valley an Unusually heavy  snow supply for this time of year,  though naosfc of St has dl9sappsHred by  now. Sn far this season the total  snowfall has been aboaat 16 inches.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid are  havingr the annual bazaar in Trinity  Oht-S'ch  basement-   Salairdav.  Noveni-  It's   What  You Hear, thai Counts!  And listening to any radio set you canyinstaantly detect superiority or  inferinraty of performance.    We invite yon to judge  A -������    O   i������    C K34\  will be the usual sale of needlework,  home cooking and candy and novelties,   with   tea '..served  ca������etea*ia style.  I theiv bridge- di*ive,-at the Parish Hisll,  on Friday evening, November 25th,  with an admission of 50 cents, which  includes Iaa neb.  The Ladies' Aid of Trinity United  Church nre having the annual! dirmer  next Thaarsduy evening, 24th from 6 to  8 p.m. in the church baseanent. Roast  chicken and fixin's, pumpkin pie, and  everything else in the line of good  eats at 50 cents to adults, and 25 cents  to children.  Dick Randal!, jr? , ara-ived on Th������s*s������  day last from Ltewiston, Idaho, and  has taken charge of the barber shop  in" the Auditorium. Since leaving  here Dick learned the trade an Spokane and has worked in shops in thai  city as well as .Lewaston, and is pre  pared to give sanitary and modern  barber service.    -  Ron. E. . D. Barrow, minister of  agrvcultnre, was a between-trains  caller at Ci*eston oaa Wednesday, cona-  ing hea*e for a brief call before returning from attendance at the Women's  Institute conference at Kasfo. While  here he was in session with representative orchardists discussing amend-  mending the legislation governing the  marketing board of direction.  A very enthusiastic meeting of the  Women's Missionairy Society was held  in'S**-. Stephen?s Church, oh Tuesday  afternoon, when there was a.-good  attendance of members present Mrs.  Sherwood, president, presided. .Mrs.  Boyd, secretary, read the  reports.    A j  Certificate of Improvements  WOT/CE OF APPUOATION  NIAGARA MINKRAI, CLAIM. Sltuato in  the Nelson Mining- DlyisSon of Wont Kootenay District, whero locatod: On Iron  Mountain, northwesterly from Kitchener,  B.-0. Ijawful holdor; Charles Plnmnaer  Hill, Vlotorim, B.C. Number of the holder's  Fi-i3e Mi.kei-'fl c*rfclflcate. No. 120HMD.  TA KK NOTICK that I. G. A. M. Younff.Froo  Minor's Cettilloato No, 4:a34-I>, actinia* as nsrent  for tho said  Cliarlos  Hlunamor lull, Intend  sixty Klays from tlio dat^s hereof, to anpiv to tho  Mints.? Itoconlor for a oortllleato or improve-  mentn. (or the purpose of obtaininc a Crown  Grant of tho above claim.  And further-tako notice that action, under  kteotion hit nt tint Mineral Act., muni, bu ������mjiu-  monao-l beforo tlio iBBUanco of snch cortillcato  of liii|>rovunionts.  Uaatod this 8th day ol November, A.D. Ufc37.  Form No. IR.  (H������otfon W������|  LAND AGT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Purchase Land  In Wrina Knot.<inay IVtnd Ttnoonllntr Dhtrint of  I'royliiou of llritlHVi Cahiinhla, anil Hienato  fcn Amw (y*r';������tlt  t������ual. IVliniriUtlii.  Valluy on ������iu-t nloj������o of  TAItiC NOTICK that Wialo Frank Arrow-  Hinlth. of fJroNton, lt<<7.. onoai patio ti, MplrmUir,  iitU-.tuan %4> uni)ly for ui'miainilon to ptircihanu a ho  i<ji������<������hvim������{ n(i������(ii-iiM)������i (ikridHr < 'oiiuiiitiHiinic ������i������ n  i-.N.t ���������j.l.L(iU������i'] 0114-t tmtt, i.-tnuk (U)al.h ICiutt oiM-ntn*  ttt Hkil.h.t l!VI <ur 1<������Ih imk-js ami .\ti\A: IhoiiMi iMI  <-avnln������i w<--h1; tlinrn**) WIhIiu-Iuh wnil.li! 1 hmwo tsi  4-ktrilriii ouHt; Uwimvu Ma cam Inn north, and contain I au 40 tw.i t'M iiutrii ne Uwh.  ICKK1K; FltANKAUUO\V8MITI.I.  llriNwl H<-i|������ti>rnlHsr ft, Il������7  The C.P.R. established an entirely  new record for early snow plough  operation this year, sending the big  scraper west f roaat Cranbrook on Tuesday, November 21st.  Denzil Maxwell of Cranbrook visited  here with has mother, Mrs. Jas. Max.  well, at the end of the week", on his  way to Sirdar, where he is now employed on the yard crew.  In addition to about 35 mem hers the  Women's Instittite had also 20 visitoa-s  for their "open house" session last  Friday, which partook largely of an  Armistice Day observance.  Mrs. W. B. Martin is a hospital  patient at Cranbrook at present,  where she saaccessfully Underwent an  operation on Tuesday, and is  making  a very safcisfactoa-y weaves-y.  Percy Watson of Yrttir was a visitor  here for a few day's at the first of? the  week with has parents, Mr. and Ma*s.  W. 8. Watson. Has fathei-'s health  has been rather poor of late.  Martin and Ralph Byrne returned  on Wednesday last from Brnnt. Alba.,  where owing to the heavy fall of snow  all threshing has been stopped. They  made the return trip hy auto.  Friends of Robert Stark, who suffered a slight Btroke about six weeks ago.  will be glad to hear he is able to be  oaat and nroaind again, making his  first trip down town on Tut-saliay.  Curlers are reminded of the club  annual aneeting on Thursday night  next, November 24th, tit 8 o'clock, at  fche town hall. Now players as well  a-* all hast year's members aire asked to  attend.  Cutis. Mnore, who has boon at Victoria for thi! piist ulx weeks, arrived  home ait the end of thu week. IXa le-  ports const weather similar to what  obtaina hec", with Vancouver having  unomv Irt&t week*  Bnnif danca orchewtra mndo their  appearance in Creston on Tuesday  night niter a two yeaar's absence, arid  was favored with a turnout of aiboaat  60 ooaaplevn nt the dance in tho Grand  Theatre baillrooim.  Mr, nnd Mrs. 0. W. Allan got back  i\t ������.he Urm o������ fcim w������wk from itiif.i-  wertdhag trip to Hpoknne. Calgaty,  ���������and other prairie ptalntn. l*"or the  prc������ueaat tlaey aro reaaldlaig ab tho F. V.  Btnploii 5 eHltlonca* at KrlcUaion.  most inspiring address covea-ing the  work of the W.M.S. fc������r.the past fifty  years wa^ given by Mrs. Taylor. Rev.  W. A. Greer also addressed the meeting. Mrs. Rose sang very acceptably,  ��������� Beautiful ^Isae of Somewhere." A  good siam was realized for the cause of  missions,���������Com.    '  CATTLE ESTRAY  Came lo the premisesvof the nndei*-  signed about November 16th, roan  cow. Owner can have.sanae on proving property and paying ail expenses.  D. LEAKMONTH, Craston.  Straye 3 from the pa*euaises of the  undea*i<agned black two-year old heifer  showing strain of Jersey, horns, no  ba-ands, notch in left ear. Reward for  information leading to recovea-y. H.  YOUNG, Canyon.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, NOV. 20  CHE9TON���������8 and 11 a.m.    '  S1RDAH���������7.80 p.m.  THE  GERONA  Fiiiifahed in Waliiufc.    Jleifchb 37  inoheg.      Width 19f inohoH.  Depth 21 itaohea.  $115.00  Thi?? ta yonr invifcfttton to- h<*nv  tlie New Braanttwiok Qerona  Punatropo which I havo-in  Btoolc. Sold on oney pay-  raontn. i.Call in and hear  ita wonderful tone qualities.  . MAWSON  ' on ttiiB irupHTwai "oaeia.  we are satisilea tnaa> tvojsaier superioariby. iva  amazing quality of tone, its hair line selectivity* the remarkable ease  with which it brings in distant stations, its simplicity and ease of  operation will be so marked even wben it is compared with sets costing  much more that you will recognize it at once. We urge you to make  it a point to have a Holster demonstration before buying a  radio set.  PR EM IE F?   GAR AG E  PALMER   &    MAXWELL'  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED ������y GASOLINE  THE! RES^Cikr.]Li STORE  ������������iii-!^iiliM^  will iwtwlildl^  '   SB  KiS^^^. j^^^^pg C ISMS .lySSJS  e uuienii  I UUIIII;  _   \&%SFl   MS <ftB'~  Two Aibunw with over ISO Designs to choose  from with your &wn Personal Greeting  Now.is. tho tlm������' to order these.,- Come- in toda^re  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STOR  GEO. H. KELLY  WHERE IS YESTERDAY'S  DOLLAR?  TODAY is Tomorrow's Yesterday  ���������that loose change, those bills in  your pocket, will still be yours tomor-  .  rntw if vnii hailk th&rn Xodav.    A liand-  ful of silver saved every pay day will  amount to many dollars in a year's  time.  Begin today-���������or next pay day���������to save.  Open an account in any of our branches  -and you will be amazed to see how  quickly it will grow ii you save regularly. * -    -���������  Any branch oj (he bank will give you.pains-  taking ������������������ dependable service.  OFCANADA  Creston Branch   ���������     ���������-VS. ALLEN, Mgr*  Assets of One Hundred and llarfyfiw Millionfi  ppa^^  Do Not Lose Interest  -hy  delaying,   to   deposit  your  savflraga.  you cannot   visit us  personally*  sesad yous? deposits by tosstSL. Hs.vic  thfc satisfaction, of ktvowmg that your  money is safely protected and is  earning interest reeularly.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF CC>MMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,OO0,0OJ>  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creston Brunch - K. J. Forbce, Manager  wmmm  wmmmmm  turn  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  ME AX MERCH ANXS  {TRY OUK  SHAMROCK FORK SAUSAGE  An occnaonaSoatl tHah/caisy to.Borvo.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  "Baivnaamoait Kraatled, blghoeb quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  oil v������viflt4������B.  Choicmt BEEfr. PORK. MUTTON. VEAL. LAMB  BURNS'IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  iaaort'iiHtiia crk pnnclnotlon nnd producou b-titter poaaStry.    Hny tlao beaat.  aaiataaraaaw

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