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Array .'������ * ' -.4-.*.   <���������   ��������� ���������./ ���������  v    ������s      ������  >l *,--  ���������   rP,   ���������  ^ A        '.{-     '   '*  ' P.-  ProvincialJAhrax? ^     splgg-  .*"���������  *Vql. XIX.  f:  CRESTQN, B. C., FRlfaAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1927  Rural Deanery  Discusses Papers  The fnsi   meeting  of tbe AnglicHB  'rural   deanery- of  Cranbrook,  which.  convened at  Christ  Church   rectory  Sast svcok, v?c& si-.tctided by Sv������ of tbe  ���������seven minister^ working in the dean-  x/. fm  ma     Kntnan.  renioval of same machinery from the  Continental Lumber Company sawmill.  j^ck McRobb, Jim Dodds and Geo.  Begg were other Creatonites favoring  wltSi a wall tbe past- week, arriving on  Saturday.  C. SepesaeJ, wlio "is with a roac.  ere*** r������ ������s<>3^?cjl "55S3 s bjSv^ssss trying  visitor on Sunday.  A. R&golte was in from Kuskanook \  Mrs. Howard of Kitchener is a visitor here this week, a. guest of Mrs.  J at*, Oarr. % '  Stewart PensoM j had the good Suck  to bag a 150 pound buck while on a  hunt at Hazel Crea^u**-. the end of tbe  \v������fi������4 V*u������ iitsie venison has come  into Erickson so far this season.  Slek PcMSOii. who Yins bt-cs working  S Ura^v*s Workasig*  ��������� Kwlnnook Road  Haltnes of inveriaere.  The first session whs on Wednesday  night when the block assessment of  the different parishes waa discussed,  with the rural dean. Rev. H. 17.  OswtiSu ol yea-isSp. pa^sidarsg.  Thursday morning there was Holy  Communions at 8.1& with the rural  dean as celebrant, nod this was followed by a morning? session at which Rev,  \V. J. Crick of Kimberley submitted a  paper on "The Rule of life," which  provoked **, vs*f***r liveiv discission������  In the afternoon Bev, S. Newby  read a paper on ."The Lausanne Conference," which was also discussed at  length, and in the evening the mem������  hers and adherents of Christ Charch  had opportunity to meet the tvisitors  at wfesst in the Parish Hall.  Friday.morning:, Rev. A. Garlick of  Michel ws3 th-? celegrant at Holy  Communion, and the morning session  was taken up with the reading and  discussing of & paper on  to spend the weekend with Kitpheneael with the gang clearing the- road right  *_*��������� a_ r0j   ygjny   taetween "   Kuskanook * and  friends.  Sid AS5SSV wKo is working ������fc Wynn  del at* present was home for a Sunday  visit.  " Fritz Molander, who has been wntk-  tnrg at Salmo for some time p-'.st,  arrived home on. Sunday.  Bert Hobden was n. visitor frona  Huscroft at the weekend with his  sister. Miss Hazel Hobden,-principal  of Kitchener school.  Water Users' Af-foeiai-ion on-the I2th,~  H. Young was re-elected to succeed  himself as a director, and the 1927-28  bpard is made up of 6. Davie, Fi  Knott.    G. E.  VanAckeran,     T.������ E,  Mawson and H. Young. -   Clearing   the riSht of way of the  J. P. Johnston has completed a deal Ktiskanook-Gsay Ot*������ek rosd is now in  with Major Mallandaine for the use of fun swing, with every prospect of the  a mill site near, the Canyon and will I work being completed by the first of  get the plant running as cguickly'asj.hgte year, according to district* engin-  .possihle, shipping ties, etc, from tbejeerWm. Ramsay of Nelson, who was  Upset* <Mol9ttUlie> sidinsr. | here at the end of the week.  A 50-foot rfgiife of way Ib being  pro-  ^  "Parochial   _  Problems," sanmittea toy   ttev. ������: v    ��������� -'  Mrs. Heap,   Mrs, Martin   and   Mars.  Whiteside were at Oreston on Sunday,  their -mother, Mrs. Siniiater������ having a'  birthday anniversary to celebrate that  day.   "*���������*���������<.,,"  Rev. 3. Newby of Creston wae here  on   Sunday   evening   fop   Cbasrch  of  Sanca, arrived hou& at the  weekend.  Lucille Murphy, who "had the raais-  fortune to break her leg while playing  at the school grounds some weeks ago,  ���������is able to resaiuae her studies this week*  \  From present appearances last year's  cusSom will be followed and no 'school  j*  Christmas coti.cert-.0ut on. *  Miss* ������euiah Pennon was giv^u a  surprise party at the Penson home on  Friday night, with niai-ge turnout cf  The young folks for the affair.  Tlaree of the four Rod and Gun Club  ehnrnpaonshlps at, ������927 fishing have  been awarded HIricksan anglers^ Meft  Beam and Chafe. ,,Clay vere the king  pin bass catchegts, and Ed. Martin, jr.,  pels the prize for lake tioufc.  Matt, and Bill Ciayton ������i*e this  week's lucky ones at deer hunting.  They got quite .a fine buck at. the  Skimmerhorn camp. Jeff Knott and  S. Penson broke into the deer killing  class of 1827 hy taking a buck at Hazel  Creek at the end of the week.  vided for. and five different gsnttgs are  on the job. Roy McGregor is an  charge of the Crawford Bay crew.  John Adams is handling the gang at  Gray Creek; Mr. Bartley is the super-  | visor   at   .Boawell,. J. E.   Hayden    at  Haicrison, rector of Cranbrook.  During their stay she visitors were  billeted on village members of the  ehurch but were dined at the rectory  by a Sadist csssssssttee headed by Misa  having: been motored  down by Mr* Greenwood, and had  quite a good turnout.    .  Fred Payne of Creston is here again  on the roundhouse staff, white* SI.  gggaick is taking his usual vacation, -  ** to  M-fs. Bis&wsa ^nd JSrsx C&ssby were  between, -fcs-s&ns ciillears at Creston or.  Mrs. Geo. Jacks whs at Canyon on  Saturday night where she contributed  ���������several elocutionary- numbers at������the  Ladies* Aid concert* in her usual finished style.  Due to ^the very lieavy state of the  roadif faster Trading & Supply Company, Limited, aare compelled to ware-  By l*>ng odds the best alt round entertainment  of   the   season   was the  I>������dies* A-id bean supper and concert  at the hall  on  Saturday night.    The  spread of good things to eat has never  been   excelled, and the concert  programme wa.s one of surprises throughout.    The big hit of the evening were  the numbers by the kitchen orchestra  who   produced    wonderful     melodies  frona ail sorts of kitchen aitensils under  the   direction   of   Mars. Bla.it*. drums.  M.vs. Dave Roger? had -a minstrel skit  and got a great hand on her- rendition  of  "Honey, stay in  your*   own   backyard."    Mrs.  Kolthammer   and    Miss  Muriel  Knott certainly pleased with  their Dutch folk   dance, as did  the  Twin Bay. and Al. Davis at the start  nf work at Kuskanook.  There will be about "SA miles of r-������ad  to build,- with -five miles of very heavy  reck "Setween Sanca. and Kuskanook,  with considerable rock formation to  ������k������ reckoned with at others points.  A fair amount of heavy timber is  being encountered in right of way  clearing, and the cedar'and fir particularly is being conserved for nse in  building cuiverts and cribbing. At  least five bridges will have to be constructed, bnt-the.road is being carried  waI! up the Saallsade in order to shorten  the length of these bridges aa much as  ...      C*      m.-vi.'m*  ������?S������5ia' - -  ftWi9*W9mtenmm\  sr��������� 4tnd   daT.������*������������--������������������  rfr|f������n&   T*eyawe 4*ltw> having a raffle of  *M~"*tr������in^lleis at| *   cfari8ttt������*B  **������ Hnd a8 well as a  ham.   Diawtng to take place during  Christmas week.  Sirdar were  between  Kitchener on Sunday.  Kitchener had a distinguished lot of  visitors from Oreston the past week,  including the two hotelmen, Geo;  Strong and M. J. Heninges, and Frank  Staples.  ���������  .     '^  J. D. Spiers , wad Hugh Taylor of  Creston wese here nn a public works  depattment inspection trip on Tuesday.  Mass Alice Molander aa now employ-*  ed by Mr. Caarran, who is disposing off  the   Continental   Lumber   Company  equipment,   f ''  " :'*v;  Ne3������. Winlaw, C. O. Hodgers and H.  3. Irving, well known sawmalhnen of  Wyntaddl und Creston respectively^  wero business callers this %veek. The  two   latter   were   looking   after., the  uv������r  o.ar\  9*M  Woo    K*n-bu*c<*wi.    **  ffort   ft Vam.  CHRIST CHURCH ,  Sirdar Com tauan a ty Hall fund at an  afternoon - sale aind tea at the school-  house on Saturday. S12,25 was the  proceeds of a Sale of pickles, jellies,  etc, put on by M,ts. IJJorth and her  guest, Mrs* Buckland,. and Mesdanaes-  Whltesicie, HCaip nnd Martin had a  saleof pantif-y pt<w3aicfcs the intake at  whichnlotaRl with the tea served by a  committeeV of laidies accounted for  another JjSOi  Catteril!. Mrs./Spratt   and   Mars.  M  Tsnsg, and  before tbe deanery ad     __  j^umed ave^rheastyvote ?t^thanks l������������������        . .      .    . pany, Limiteci. are compels to ^i  was. ptMtsed to ��������� those- wh-ajsad an-any U .      * --     , j-r  .   ^   :.-.      .    .,       LV *���������. ^ ^.Ja^a Vi*. r������~:i.vtA ������t������..~ ~~.a I  w^y iKped with ^^nm^ck.    t. l*el-idie^ A������9������i������^--^^U39^t������g?^ ft;c*r������^ of Ogilvie flour and \  gti. bazacit-fat. the schqolhouee on \h**  S e?tsr������������?K>e! of Saturday, Da?cemner 8-rd,   .  The-CommmsBty Sodety.^rs having  [the p*Ka������eeda of* which -go to the haU.|4Jieir fiT������trwhisrdrxveiif)f the ������eason st.  the schnoihnuse on Saturday   night*  28th, at 8,30 o'clockv  Local hunters are having a little  better lock with the deer the psist few  ^j>vrc;a A.t the weekend Ted S^s^kneSl  Hnd-Principal Parker each broajgbt in  a 4 point baickv  Rev. J. Herdnaaica /of Creston was  here on Sunday morning ftu* United  Church service, and virais favorasd with  ai good turnout. :.., ��������� y V *V V'  The home of Mr. a������nd MiW Harold  Langston was invaded on Satairday  night by a surprise party of fabends  who helped ham withfa. very auspicious  celebration of his birthday. Bridge  was tbe order of the evening; with a  very fine lunch to close proceedings.  Col and Mrs. Lister and Ruby Lister  wows st Owitsbrook-ot*' Twesdasys where  the latter was one of a class of ttve  graduating as nurses at St. Eugene  Hospital.  Ted Smith ������nd A. E. and F. A.  Tedford have jaaat taken a .log hHulin,g  and skidding conbracft with Paatnaatn,  1 aimer & Staples, Limited. Logs si*e  being hauled from the south end.-of  the limit and banked on the right of  waay aieair the LApoiaate place.*   -  j A marriage of Interest to many here  wan solemnieed at) Trail on Friday ItiBt  when Alias Annie Hoyle of Trail be  cranio the bride of Mervyn Willianaa of  the t.ta������no town, and more recently of  Lister. They wept through via Yahk  ancl Spokane on* a wedding trip to  Portland, Oregon, and Oalifornlaa?  points,  cac*Mrn   yvUnjj   t*������ui  Mrs. Jas*ks of Lister rounded off the  evenings offerirge with some well  chosen .nnd equally well executed  e!oca������tiona*ty numbers. The proceeds  the evening totalled $45.  Building  the  road   at   the   higher  elevation will cause disappointment to  some of the local autoasts who were  hopeful that something near a  water  grade would be made and thus enable  them to pass up Kuskanook aartd sptsaai  the   weekends   at  some'of   tlie   fine  beaches along Kootenay Lake, Twin  Bay being pgieeajdly . commended   for  this purpose.   If these beaches are to    j be   readily    -available     Mr.   Ramsay  "~ -I points out that it-will be necessary to  -    r. ..  !^a%3������St ftnnounced th������i^^5a TSi^^ A^n som*t ef *������e ������l������������?s is*  winners in thte annsft������l fishm^r compete���������J^Jfrfc to aiake the befech acrorai^  taon conducted by. the stare^ "In black-j ��������� J^-.. - ,. -  - ,  n Fvsk<srsnsn  VI?; ������S.������"vv:sv  is - cihswtplori  The Ladies' Guild  of Christ  Ohiirch , will  have  their  annual Bazaar in tho  Parish Hal!,    Groston  B9 GH  2.30 to 6 p.m.  PLAIN and FANCY  NEEDLEWORK  HOME COOKING  NOVELTIES  CANDY  AFTERNOON   TEA  Everybody Welcome t  * : John��������� ���������' "WEttsnass got, back .from  Alberta last week, where he has been  employed for a few months at harveut  and threshing. .        ������  ?Mr. nnd MrsVH. A. Bathie, who  have been at Claresholna, Alberta, for  harvest work^ are home for the winter.  ' ���������P, " ��������� ���������  '      ' ' '  Mr. arid Mrs. Hackett nnd Murray,  are other harvesters)to return; the  past vi/eek. They; were, working near  Lethbridge, Alberta.  The Kill Kara Klub had its inaugural meeting on Wednesday evening laxst for the election, of oflflcoi-s,  when the following were c.hoaem  President���������F. Haagon. Vice-president  ���������Howmid SUngsby$ Secretiiry-trea-  sitrer, MIwb D. Pnyetto,  , Mr. and Mrs. Jus. Wood wero renewing acquaintance^ in Oreston a  fuw days lust Week.      '.,".  Mrs. WtiU atadaron RomiUl, left bast  week for - Mi'djbloo Btaat, Alberta, tp.  join Mr. Vl7aa.ll, wlio baas a putaltlon for  the wiaiter, mad* wUtiic tliey will woido  until spring.      P   ,  Remember sale ot work aand whlat  drive on ������*3aturd������y, Hovcuibua* 2<8th, nt  old schoolhouse. Sale opens at 8 p.m.  Whist At 8 p.m. Admission io whiaafc  drive BO cents. Including Inn oh.  O^ynndol hud about seven repi*tisen-  tativca at the,Banff orchestra dnnce ait  Creston on Tuesday night I aat, and till  report .. very fine time.   Those maak-  bassv^Meit Beam  miHi>-with 4 pound 9 ounce specm>sn.  This uitSs was IS inches icng and h&2  14J inch girth. His almost neighbor  Charier-* Clay ran ���������������. close second with a  sample weighing 4 pounds 2-ounces.  10 inches long sind,a girth of 13g inches. At trout catching. C.P.R. tie  inspector - Dan MacDpnald captured  first place with a rainbow that tipped  the beam at 1 pound 15 oatnefs; 17J  inches long, and Ojfc inch girth. Ed.  Mrtrtin. jr., led the anglers who tried  their luck for the biggest trout taken  in Kootenay Lake, with one that  weighed I pound 7 ounces; 15 inches  long, and girth 8i inches.  *HH     fcl|J> . ���������i-������M������a    wi������j.|i'u|^������v>v*>.  *44 R.nn.1  Lunt, If. Amltvulaal, D. Paiyctto and  Messrs. C Carlwon. B.-Hilng^y -nnd  L. Wllliums.  M(������ea Holen McRobb is a visitor at  KUaioculwy thia week, where ehe l������  holleaiaylng with hor Btiater, Mrs. Houlc.  Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Bateman and family left a few ^ayw iLgo lov Cu.ga&-y,  Alberta, where they will bo spending  tho wlntor,  CBric Olsen is Just back from a ten"  day viMit with his daughter, Mrc.  Poiterflcld, at Spoktanw.  blends of Mru. Gross will''regret to  hcavr that her health does nob show  quite th'* dcoiroa inaprovumun^, ������.i������.oi  the severe fall she got some woo It u ago.  jgi.At the ananutal moi'ting of Canyon  Local ajsd P-arsoEial  Hay Por SAiuts~rt2' tons first class  alfalfa, spot cash. A. Stewart Evans  Caattp Lister. ' *  -Mrs.'Geo. Murrell; aind two shildren  airrived yesterdaiy from Norfolk, England, and are to be permanent residents of Crestop Mr. Mitrrell having  recently purchrtsod the W. P. Stark  ranch.  l?Yed Ryckman, Indian constable,  CraanbrooK, was here on a visit at the  end of the week, upparaistng the nerds  of the reds in the way of winter stock  feed. Latab winter about $100 had to  be spent and the outlay will be much  heavier thin season.  Wm. Ramsaiy of Nelson, pnbllc  works department district engineer,  vvais hero ait tho end of the week, tour  Irg the Valley making up tht estim-  aitcs for 1028. Tho north and south  highway will be included, aud if u  united cifprt Is put forth there fccuas  no reaif-oh why the.road should not be  paat in early next year.  John^W.artln of Cranbrook was a  fraternal visitor at Creston at the end  of the week, aiand met with conslder-  able tf������icrtp������H Aif^rnlng up members for  the Native Sona of Canada. As yet  there Is no announcement as to  whether the local chapter of the  Native Sons, which was inaugurated  about three yeai-H ago, will be revived.  Clergy aUtteradhag th������������ Anglican raaral  deanery ait Creaitoaa last week, wcrii  guests In Creston homes. Bo v. A.  Gartlck of Michel tttttppoU ut tlie rvas-  tory; I?pv, H. U. Oswald of ITornlo  wais  witla Mr.  aud  Mru. Greenwood;  There is no announeenieait &s yet as  to whether the road building will  start after the aright ox way ia cleared  os> not, but the engineer is of the  opinion nothing can be done until the  xaec-esoAry f wssds are ������oted by the legislature, which will not likely, be until  March at t^he earliest. Mr. Ramsay  is hfipeful construction will be by day  labor rather tSsaif5 contract. Ke is  confident the former system will be  just as economical, csnd at the same  time affoard better opportunity of employing all the local labor that is  available. ~~  .,.,,..,.-,  ,������>  -     -��������� -��������� ��������� -''. ������������������-.���������-���������.  Rev, W. J. Crick of Kimberley. with  Mr. and Mrs. Hayes; and Rev. Ir?, V.  Harrison, Cranbrook, with Mr. and  Mrs. Twagg ^ !!^?t^������S^^������^^@S5^^S^SSSS^%S^^^!w^t������  ssesBBSttfliBa������iS^  >y?  v-  J^  ^ C1REST0N,   B,   ft  Now packed in Aluminum, the  same as years ago.  ^j2.-aa  ���������aH**fi~   ���������  i.  is^ooatea  1*14  RED ROSE ORANGE PEKQE is extra good*  To Sail the Bay Route  inter  iii,  raxric  i&aow ou thy city streets should nieati to allvautomobil*g drivers..;at least  X *r iMb       ��������� -  Steamship Company Makes Offer To  Operate a Line Of Vessels  The offer of^ja. steamship''''c^paSy'js^  with offices in i,ondon aai&-Mpjits^*  to operate a line of vebseisf frolij "Fort  Churchill to England and Prancey il*?  retvaru for a concession hi the Port  Churchill District,, is tlao .latest inci.-,  Aeiit resulting from thebVo'spect' of  the completion of tlae railway and the  preparation of iho, pprt, for initial  shipping -within the next two years.  Tlae Swedish captain, who acta as  spokesaaaan for tho company in "shaking'  the offer to the Government, claiaws  to have had a long experience In Bailing the northern waters of Europe-, going up to Archtiugel for many years  and also into the Baltic Sea. Conditions for-- navigation, on ��������� these ��������� routes,  he says, are-very-���������similar to those on  ��������� Iii������ nUusou Hay    ts>ut*j    and,   ho   re-  3i- speed. And this word of advice to city motorists >nay jgards a steamship service as an ordin  motorists  Oil   Country  roads. \a.vv   hi.A.nasa   rivnnnKitlrm -<.  ���������v������vn  It*:*-"*-  hour less, than suaoaws  well be ir-as^ed on to motorists oa country roaas. } ary. business prppositloxa.  Snow ir-, a tricky surface. It provides good tractica on. paved streets aud [ Tho value of the offer will dopend  hard roads, r,-ha*a a ear is forging ahead, but'no traction at all when the brakes-1 oa the terms,, but the offer itself helps  are -suddenly applied, Iri other words, a car can be driven easily on It, but can j to dispel tho Idea hold by some people  be stopped only with difficulty. - ''' | of'^'desptar'ate'" perils    of navigation  mnimWUmmm  ^H������PCR������ArH������:&BAlSKiJ*^Bmi^^^  British. Industries Fair  Novi/   Recognized As Greatisst Kririuakl"  Trade  Fair Of the World ^  Poxv tho fourteenth consecutive, year  announces  It is-disconcerting- to draye up to a street or roau iiuea-secuon at wnax. in  the summer months would be a moderate speed, and*, finding need of applying  the brakes, fool the car isliding helplessly onward, or suddenly skid^tug to the  side. It is disconcerting always, and it is frequently dangerous as well.  Experienced and careful  drivers have  various  means of  checking this  'Iid-iiig and sv\vaying,  2jr    i\TkG'*>    uuv* ^r   jlo   vjxxvjt    ^rt.t\j._ ^ui\3   *>.Uvl.O*U,   455..*   ������~;-������-  safety device���������to drive slowly, and- particularly so when near road iaitersee-  Uons, curves, culverts, bridges, passing other cars, etc. Only so can a car  en slippery roads.be.  kept sufficiently under control for safety.  Pedestrians, too, should take warning. The pa-actiee of standing on the  road just a foot or so away while a motor passes is dangerous enough on dry  roads. It is doubly dangerous after the snow comes. If the driver has need  to apply his brakes suddenly the car nine times out of ten will sway to the  left or the right, and the pedestrian standing too close is likely to be slde-  ������ wiped, with unpleasant restilts.  Winter conditions should, in brief, intensify care in driving and walking.  There is much greater liability to accident with* snow on the ground.  Cold weather brings another danger which is not so much In evidence in  summer. In cold weather rno-torlsts are tempted to start up their engines and  ullaw them to run for a time to warm-up within the closed doors of the garage.  As a natuitil result the garage fills-tap with the deadly monoxide gas from the.  exhaust with all the possibilities for tragedy which such a condition brings  about.  Another factor which necessitates greater care in winter driving Is  created by the fact that touring cars have all their curtains up while the.  sighal  which   made   the   route   commercially  unfeasible.���������Free Press.  Praise For Canada  Mrs. Stanley Baldwin Lauds Work Of  Y.W..G.A. Here  On her recent visit to Canada, Mrs.  Stanley Baldwin, wife of Prejnier  Stanley Bald-win, of Great Britain, was  "deeply humiliated" to find Canadians  surpassed the people of Grqat Britain  in caring for girls who earned their  own living. Mrs. Baldwin made this  statement in a letter read at the opening of the. Young Woaaaen's Christian  Association annual bazaar in London.  Referring ������*ta hera visit to Canada,  Mrs. Baldwin wrote: "I felt so ashamed when I was forced to admit that  we have nothing in London to compare - in this direction with the  Y.W.C.A. clubs in Quebec, Ottawa and  Toronto, and vre had but one converted, house in George  street,  Hanover  ��������� yVancouver As������<3|*aiii"jPoriV|'|  Vancouver**'port's ''"'^aln'^oiorag'fe''-.'-'1.is  rising  rapidly  with  3,321,185   bushels  reported  pa  October-2Sth, and   boat  movement of 307,930 baishels,,,,  riT^niTIOMS ?TlfAT.  waia/������ & *%/A*t&^   -   a. sa* ������ a  the holding of the British Industries  Fair simultaneously in fLondon-~lind  fBjiasaingham. from 20th February, tp  2nd Mai-ch, 1928.  The British Industries Fair is, now.  recognized as the principal annual  trade fair of the world, and buyers  froan every continent flo<*k to attend  it^Ah idea of the interest takein .Iai it  can ibe gleaned from tlie fact tlaat the  Government itself issajes more tfc&xaV'a  quarter of a million personal llnvitai;-  tiotas to buyers in no less than 94 dif-.  ferent countries. Sac  Next year the Fair will surpass Sli  its previous records and booking of  space to date "has ^necessitated large  extensions  and    altferatloiis    to     the  f!AH  FftR J TftNlC  Symptons That the-Blood Is Tbiii  Should Not BeuNeglectecl    V^  Weak,  lacking. In   strength,   energy,  and ambition,;f.nervous, sleepless,", pooi  appetite, digestion disturbed -.���������'these  a������'e the syinptoijas; of. a great majors Ly  of people who have been benefited, by:  the use of Dr. Willia3ns'  .Pin"fe   Pills. .  The great value of this  medicine  in  cases of  this kind is  proved   by iho"  statement df" Mrs. "WV Heaisher;- Kingston   Qrat.   who- savs*-���������"'Following'  a  severe cold I was left In a run-dovra,:  nervous condition; I had pains In the.,  back and limbs and    could    scarcely!  move about. I  did  not sleep w-feli  at  night   and   was   despondent: aild   dis-  courageck I decided to   try   Br.    Wil-  buildings  of  the White  City  in  Lon-1 l^f^^S^^i ������^ J^SJ?  s ^ y: ^3, ,_x_,__ __^ _  ^_ I say  that after i the use. of,six  bose",  the    change    in    my    condition    was  nothing  short   o,jfffy-marvelIoixs. " ������������������  The  don, while some completely new exhibition hails have had to be built  in Birmingham to accomrnddate the  increasing nuriibears of (exhibitors'..      *  As has been the case for several  years past the Canadian Chamber of  Commerce in -^London, is organizing  considerable iv'artlclpation by Canadian manufacturers.  The exhibits at the London section  of the Fair will consist in the main  of such lines as  pains  vanished, I   slept  well,  had. a -  good appetite, and in every  way. felt  well and st-rong. I .also gave lheVi>iHs  to any-daughtear. who was,,in an anae-  anic  condition, and' feeling quite"ihis-"  erable/'ahd Ih her ca.se, too,: they-re-. ���������  stored health.  I  hope:-, my '"expei-Ience  may heap soiJJ-6 other weak-.person."   . ~  Dr. Williams'^ Pink Pills .are sold .by t  all. medicine deaalers or sent by jiaail*  at 50 cents a, box by The Dr". Williams'  | Medicine Co.! Bi-ockvillfe, Ont?     -A lit-  jewellery,    watches ��������� tie book;, "Building    Up   the    B loot!.."  windows of closed cars are kept shut. It is not possible, therefore, to  with the same ease and effectiveness to other cars to the rear regarding the j Square, absolutely inadequate fojc tho  turn a driver may intend, tomake. In the wintea:. therefore, .greater^attention gr������Jwing needs of women workers and  should be paid to the rear than is necessary during the summer months if j incidentally the future piothersof our  accidents axe to be "avoided. "" . ^ ..  .nation."   ; ���������    y        .,wi; ,,    y      ....        ; f  ^J  They were discussing physical research, spiritualism, haunted houses,  etc. "Do you believe that ghosts  walk?" asked one ardent soul- of an  old gentleman. "Of course, I do,*' he  replied: "there's abundant proo*? of  the fact���������haven't you ever heard the  'Deaad March'?" .  Are You Nervous? Sleepless?  St. Catharines, Ont.���������"I was in such  a neirvous and rundown state of health  that I could hardly  get around to do my  work. I could not  sleep and the least  noise or excitement  woiald completely  aapset mc and throw  me into a nervous  spell. I was advised  to take Dr. Picrce'3  Favorite Prescription  and I was soon well  ^nd strong and have never had another  'spell of nervousness since.  "'1 always keep a bottle of Dr. Pierce's  Pleasant Pelleta an any aaiedacaate chest;  .they are the only aiaedlcine I have ever  taken that would regulate the liver and  relieve constipation without causing distress."��������� Mrs. Ada Taylor, 46 Wiley St.  Scud 10c to Dr. Pierce's Laboratory an  Hridgcburg, Ont., if yoaa desire a trial  V>kg.   Favorite   Prescription  tablets.  ���������A Canadian Pioneer of Traissportp.tieii  . il"! I  rMrB. Ada Taylor  AND  TINTING  are so easy and perfect IF" yota  ixse the same kind of dyes Professional Dyers use. Dyes that jiro  put up in highly concentrated,  licvely powdered, soluble form.  No work to 'dissolve Jhcm.  Never any shaving, scraping or  crumbling them aip. They aro :-  BOYS  girls $2.00 Given just fun  R'rn|>fy inll ho ������������<������ of Our Fnmoui Christ,  mas StvvlK for 10c a sot. When sold send  un fU.OO nnd Keep $2.00. Wo trust you  until Christmas.���������Bt. Nleholni' Seal Co.,  DC.t. C35 VJ.N.U.,   tirootctyn,  N.Y.,   U.S.A.  A-i oprurt to a Nfviorvrrona, rend  lor ������,nr fr������)*i ll.it of tovfsntlous xvuutadl.  ���������nrl fr������������ ndvlco. Th������ It(im*������** Com-  ?���������������-.>'. In*Mt Motional I'fttunt Attorneys, U71  Hunu St.. Ottawiu  tug nmw rntcNOM nawiKOv. Ne.-s  rMinrw|*|j| isr|>j% |*3i|>%|y No.tit  M������. . low Wl*<t������*v Catarrh. Mm.* (Mr ������!������������������������'������<  ��������� taintilm������*\m������m. Mo.������r������vC)<������onlo**?���������*��������� naaaav  >.'.|.t  ������.)- %.**!*������ CH������Ui*i������,  or  r.turm in.ll   lioi.t  and clocks, scientific instruments ;and|  optical goods, -pottery and glassware,  leather goofds, stationery sand sports  goods, fancy goods, - clothing and, textiles, wireless apgaratus, cheinists aod  aTliggists' sundries; etc. .VVfVVrV rV l:  Full particulars and advance ^caTa-  which contains.many   useful-health  hints, will be sent free on -request,f  j^tVtow?people ever "get so ful������? Of;  erriotiicrtt that" they have Ho rooca" tor  dihrier;  ���������*'/������������������-��������������������������� ^ ^ i>-;< ���������>,-.������������������������������������;,<   -.--/i','^;^..'  fatter   fhnw  corn  may    be.  It  deep-rooted   r the  must     yield     to  ~,r.i- - -., ���������   Hollo way's ^Gorn^ Re-mover M������ used  as  siiss-io^   directed. *--.-���������-������������������-=���������--v-'-���������>;.v.v  logues of the  Fair can? be    obtained  from The  British Trade Coiaa:  _  er, 703, Royal Bank Bldg.,.'Winnipeg,  who will be glad to issue invitations    7 An eastern company is liianufactu:  on behalf of the British Government  ing a chemically tre>ated    paper?   fo;  to all business men who" may require   printing purposes,  them. ���������'"'.'' ". burn. ? y.   ..:������������������������������������.-..s-.-P-  which-   will������������������'���������*'not-���������  JS-.  \v  N.     IJ.      I  ikuuaila ha.<a alwayaa boen a land ol! plouccra, espticlaHy iaa traaitipo-rtatloaa.  Ond of tho -gwatoHt. ol' tlao������������ wan Kaa^u������il t;aaaiaa*d. t.lua foimdcr ol? tha Canaaa*d  Line, who, fow pooplo realize-, wan horn lu Ilallfav. Ho raatae oC Unttod F.anp'.re  I^oyallat aitoclc, aiad the 21������t of November la the aavnlverw.ry of hlfl bii'th IHO  yeaa-a ago, Iia 17H7. It wiih due tra.Bawaaiaul Cunard'fl LnaaiKliaation and ontorprlae  that tho utoaal. Urltiiaaiala, pmctUmlly the ftant. HU*a<iaHhli������ to nvon* the Atlantic,  made her Ilrnt ruaa frcm l.lvnnutol to JlaHl'aix and HohIca !aa 3 5HO. T1������Im llltle  whip with itiu* groHta tonnoiro of but 11R0 tonw. hor uaodeHf, length or ������07 icet.  inaaiKua'ated au unlaatea*ruptcd ta-iua*������'Ailantl"*i uervlco which haa* beeaa ota>������ of  tho /treat fiirtoa-H In the development of <'.,madia. tlaaa-'.UK tho past Sd yonr-i., 'J'he  .... . ������ . ( ������ *> * m    i t t   ���������-   ..       1   * ��������� I ..,������..������ * ,-, ,iyt.������     #1.������    UHln  i i MH,im.i'sil.CkU^iai    Hs'i-i* V i*    ilUU'aV (t    HiHl    A"-'*** <ti*vl*     ������^������     ������������-���������*���������     i -������-*-^    **.������*    r.4n<HviWi t4|    ���������.������*.������>.������������������    .-���������������������������������      >������������������ .  llrlta.nnl������ contraHled with tho AqutUtnla, repretaoaUaUvo of the traorL^rn. fdant ,  Jlnt^r. \  Tlxe whole world knows Aspirin as .an effective antidote Ttir  pain. But it's just as important to kn&w tfiat there is only ono  (jemdne Aspirin. The name Bayer is on every tablet, and on the  box. I������ the name Bayer appears, it's ccmiinc; nnd 3������ it doesn't:,  it is not I Headaches are dispelled by Aspirin. So are colds, and  the pain that goes with them jxcvcn neuralgia, neuritis, and, rheumatism promptly relieved. Get Aspirin���������at; ^ny drugstorc-r-wau  proven directions.  PWsiciaus pir������$���������iiii6 Aspirisj  it does NOT affect the heart  JUnlrln Is Uk������ trsfl* uuHt <r*Ki������t������r*>a liv OsasdsJ ta������lo������tln������ Wsytr Ms*a������fVctnr������. WMimtt  ST Waa known ibsl A������i>arln rao*n������ aa������������������* n������t.������ur������,������a������if������. io *simr������ Un* imhiatj scs.ti.kt: luulU-  %m������, Vm l-aliaets tvlll tm stsnux-d -MtU their ������������������lUJimw OroM" lrJi<a������������.������jr������. THE    RE-VTEW.". CRESTON,    B.    O.  /<&  ������B-  Bntains Waniii  Pw^fcOTB-Bfgjfy'  w  JLAJUAJiX^  , Toronto. ��������� Sixty years "of agricultural development iai the Dominion of  ^Canada were .fittingly celebrated yby,  rye presentativ< sVpf 4he tcpii^try^--b,aai.c;  itidustrv;ij;at...aii??all-Canadian products  dinuet-V'giyen.;-^'J lJoh?.VW.?VR. -'M^thcr-  'ffcrell, Minister of Agriculture, on behalf of... the? Federal- G6vernmont> . .on,  the opening-1 day o������- the Royal Winter  1?air. The gatherlngyvas ; hoaoreiyby  the pi*esence of His Excellency the  Governor-General and -in addition to  the Ministers \of Agriculture from  many of the provinces, ixiany leaders  in (he public life yof1 the country -were  Figures' In British Finance  Auuresses by JjO'rd Willinguon, tne  Fcdea-al Minister of Agriculture, and  tho ministers from the various provinces reflected the?spirit o:f optimism  .Which prevails throughout the couiv  try, the great strides which ha^e been  made along--agricultural, lines' siiice  Confederation and the prospects for  even greater progress in the fixture.  - Following the greeting of the C������6v:  ernor-General, Hon. Mr. -.Motherwell  recalled, the, advances made in the, industry, laying particular stress upon  lc������rTS**n������ion   '���������"les'tp'&ort   trv ~arnHiiwa'" nrg-i-i--  cultural conditions, and. he was ?fol-  lowed by?Hpn.?r. C. Elliott, Mmtsterf  of Public Works, Hon. J. S. Martin;  Ontario; JV fd^sflets, Quebec; I3onV J-  A. -Walker, Nova- Seoiia; lion. fL.  -Smi tli, .New. Brunswick; Hon. A. Prc-  foiitaine, 'Manitoba;;" Dr. Warnock,  British Columbia; Hon. W. M. Lea,  Priaice Edward Island; J. J. Hobert-  son, Saskatchewan and Hon. George  llc-v dley. Alberta.   -  -    The gathering concluded 6a a note  " of caution by   the    Alberta   minister  "who,   while   endorsing   the  optimistic  remarks  of  the various, speakers  appealed   for   earnest   consideration   o'f  .the immigration px*oblem. He declared  'that   becaaise   of   the   great   industry  "which had been, built up the question  as ao further settlement and development should be gone into carefully.  "Who are we going to ask into Canada to develop all -these..things���������any-,  Vbody?"  queried   Mr.     Hoadley.     "Our  'fluty? is clearly to give some -.thought  to the people who are to  be brought  iato the country."  New York  Editor Speaks Of Alliance  With United States  Chicago.���������Great Britain is ti-ying to  avert the disintegration of the Eanpire  upon which "the sun never seis" by  furiiJcUion of a union with the United  States, Charles Edward Rus3eii, New  Yoa*k editor and lecturer, declaied at  the.-trial-of William Mc Andrew, &us-  pfeiidtecl^vKUpc?i*inteadent of schools.  yaEtusseU. "who was-- coromllisioV������er'*b*a  public - i nfdfitiji tion ��������� to. f E n gtaaid d ur-  iaig the world wari-wascailbd to substantiate .charges, of Mayor William  Hale Thompson that-British propagan  da had entered schools of the United  States iai history texts. --?f   ?  Since the world war, British dominions have drawn away from the another!,' countay and the British foreign  markets have been narrowed, Russell  testified. A waning prestige in world  affairs wo*uld be restored through an  alliance with the United States, he  concluded.  Should London propaganda be successful in. the United States and aa  English-speaking union result, a war  between Britain and the United States  011 one side, and France, Spain, Italy,  Portugal, Mexico and South America  on the other would be inevitable, Rus-  sell predicted.  isiecine iiceuniulator  Is Latest Investies  1Y  /u  urasoc uianges^ m.  England^,   former  Canadian,  son  of  a  Glengarry minister, and once on the  staff-', of ':Quticn^, -University, Kingston;  wlio is. aiow a doaiamant figure Iri Brl-  tish'f finance. He ia at present in Canada and calls the Dominion the eou.Hr  try of the future. "* ������  Device May "Revolutionize Bvery Form  Of Transportation  Lioiidon.���������An electric accumulator,  sla+ed to be powerful enough to drive  an express train over a long distance  on any existing tfacli without a third  rail or' overhead wires, is being secretly tested in London, says the  Daily Express.   '"-'?"'-'  "V ?,';;V ''���������?  The accumulator, or storage "bat-  tery, is the invention of a Spanish  Jesarit priest, ?Father Almeida, of S?ula-  ���������maaca, who Is backed by a group of  prominent British financiers. The device-can also be used oil automobiles,  the paper said, which foreshadows the  possibility of its revolutionizing; every  form - of transportation.  ��������� A company has been formed to develop the invention but its ? directors  have refrained from advancing claims  for it until ita. success is demoiistrat-  .ed.'  pni^aiikT *anr?4ptrfei?o  i\M DCrairTTAMAV  nAf al riuiijiuinri  Will Support Commission  United States Decides To Co-Operate  On Disarmament Question      %  Geneva.���������The United States has officially decided to continue its co-opea--  ation with the spockal disarmament  commission .created by the League of  -Nations for the preparation of a general confei*ence on reduction in world  furanaanents. "**"���������"  Wr-shingtoai notified the League  that I?ugh R. Wilson, United States  fmiaiister to SwEisei-laud, has been ap-  ,i>oi>ated American repi*esentative ou  tlie coanniisyit*)it which meets at Geneva, No'veanber 30, to contiaiue v/ork  on tlie preparation :of a draft treaty,  Will    Be    Submitted    By    Provincial  Government  Whera   Legislature  Assembles  Winnipeg. ���������-In a   determined    attempt ta eliminate the bootleg liquor  trade from  the province,* the, Manitoba Governanent has  prepared <Lrastic  changes In the provincial liquor laws,  according to reports ejnanating, from  the parliament building-s. It Ss reported that not only will the sale of beer  by; the glass be?instituted) as th& electors   demanded   in   the   plebescite   of  last  June,   but tneygovernmehtwill (  providef fo*-   the  sale   of? hard   liquor  througk a  cash  and  carry  system.  The Manitoba Fa*ee Press  says:  "Sweeping  changes" In    the    liquor  laws of. the province are made in the  legislation  which   the  provincial  government !wiil submit isrhertr tlie ���������? legislature asseniblesfearPy next month.  "All existiag"iiquor1'-' legislation is  repealed and the new law will, according to unofficial but reliable reports, provide not only for the sale  of beer by the glass, but for the sale  of *hvird liquor by the bottle, or the  cash and. carry  system."  To Represent Canada  Senator Dandurand Wilt Leavs' For  Qfihisva Within"Fsw Davs  OttawaV���������-Hon. Raoul Dandurand,  government leader in the ySenate, wafe  apointed Canada's representative" at;  the- nest session of the League of Na  tions Council, Premier King annoianc-  ed following a meeting, of  the privy   wheat,   while  Gforge   S  Winners At Royal Show  Grain       From      Saskatchewan      and  Manitoba    Given    Prizes    At  I  .���������_>-'���������''" 'Winter    Fair' '':\-^\-  Torontb.~A sample of? the new variety of "wheat, known as Reward, exhibited by William Pierce of Birtle,  Mam., took first prize in the spring  wheat (except Durum), competition  at the TEtoyalVyWinter Fair. Some SO  samples were entered ia the class.'  Secbn"d and third places'" also w������nt  tofWestern exhibitors, Joseph Harness  of Orkney, Sask., taking the second  ribbon, with   his   exhibit  of  Marquis  Canfleid,   oJ  London.���������-Although provision was  made in. current ,naval estimates tor  laying down three new British cruisers this fiscal year, only one will r.c-  tuaHy be Laid down, Right lion. W.  C. Bridgenaan, first lord of the ad-  niiralty^ told y a questioner in the  House of Commons.  Mr. Bridgeman said the Government,  had decided that ia view,of the situation disclosed at the recent Geneva  ti-i-jpartite "naval disarmament conference it: was not necessary to pa*oceed  with laying down the other two vessels this year.        ..,...-  Commenting on the statement The  "���������Wes'tminsfer Gazette's x^oiitieal" correspondent says:  "The Government at last lias bowed  to the storm of protest from the country on the excessive national expendi-,  ture and the need for further disarmament measures. Whether, however, Mr. Bridgeman's statement is a  concession in form or one ofysub-  st/ance cannot be determined until  next year's^shipbuilding program is  presented to. Parliament." .  council. The- prime minister declstrecl  that Senator Dandurand would leave  for   Geneva  within   the   next   day   or?  two to be present at the forthcoming  council meeting." fV  ,'" Senator Bsnd-ar&n'd represented.  Canada when this country wae eI������ctV  ed to the- council of the league this?  year. The prime minister pointed oaf;?  that the' appointment was not pei may-  nent.  Wildrose, Sask., won third place, also  ion ?M"arquis.  In the Durum wheat class William  Parnborough, of Laura, Sask., took  first place, while his son won second  prize and J. "W. McGhie of 3M[ar<juis,  Sask., was awarded third.  All fall wheat prizes went to Ontario exhibitors:  Enter Olympic Games  Gives Figures To Government  ���������:- London.���������Slr Arthur Steel-M;aInland,  Minister o'f Laboa*. a*eplylng iai 1lie  House of Commons to a.question, said  In tlao past 32 moaatha 82 .men had applied-at. Labor exchanges Iaa Jilverpcol  aand district for ucttlomimt In Canada.  Ten of those, he said, had,withdrawn  thoir applications aind. 16- wero not  acceptable by ih.' Dominion authorlt-  iecfj. ' -  Pays Death Duties  London. ��������� Right Hon. Winston  Churchill, chancellor of the exchequer,  announced in the House of Commons  that Lady Houston, widow of Sir Kob-  ert Houston, had paid ta the government $7JJOO,000 as an "act of graced  despite The fact that the wealthy shipbuilder before his death moved to Jersey Island, presaamably to avoid the  high British death duties.  Hockey Players From Canada V/ii!  Participate Ira Winter Sports  Geneva.���������Twenty-five nations: have  announced their intention to date, of  participating in the second Olympic  winter games in Febi-uary, 1928, at. the  famous Swiss winter' sport resort of  St. Moritz.  Preparations und>er way as well as  the entries that have been made iii-  dicate  the. games   will  exceed  i.������i . i'n-  trest   from   vei-y   point   of   view .the  first  Olympic   winter     contests     that  v/ere held, in 1924 at Chamonlx.  xThe offlcial program which will cov-  Request Made To Name Stations After] er a -Period of a little more than ona?  IVEen Who -Basted the Road    "       week, from February 11 to 19, includes  1     Saskatoon.���������   Commissioner J.   H. I individual contests.^ team contests and  Purp^asesy:!^^^  of lhe local.Boayd ol O^rafle I demonstrations.  These  cover skating.  Machines.For, Military Training     ?Vsent the following telegram to Hon. C.   ski-ing, hockey and   bob-sledding,  besides  demonstrations  of  "skikjoa-ing"  or ski-ang- behind horses.   ;  The  hockey  contests  will have representatives, of  the   best   ice  teams  of the world, including those of Norway, Sweden, Poland, Czechoslovakia,'"'  Canada and many others. '���������  j&iie Stations &n H.B. Line  Eight Figteiisg Plai  tes  Canadian  <aov^ernmerat  present day military training are 'divided    into      three       classes���������initial  training "planes,    advanced  'planes, and service  'planes  Ottawa.���������The Canadian Go\^rnmentyA. Dunning, minister of railways:,  will receive eight fighting aer<^lanes?j'    "Ottawa press  dispatch fourteenth  during the. next month to be sent to?' instant,  states  names   of  stations   on  Caanp   Borden,   Out.   Planes * used   in? Hudson's Bay Railway are now being  decided upon. In that connection we  courteously express the hope tha't jus-  training-jtice wiii be done to Saskatchewan  -Of this?men identified for over 40 years with  first two classes there are already a1 Bay project, and concerning- whom  number at Camp Bo^en, but not ac-:i unanimous public opinion concedes  tual fighting machines, so the final; the rendering of essenti������tt service -in  course of a military airman could not I furtherance of opening" the Hudson  be completed there. The new 'planes j Bay route. Please aclwyrledge re-  will complete the cycle of training. :    ceipt."  I" "        ���������'!      ' I "      *'       ���������      '.' I. j I     'I.    ���������      ������l    '' II.      ���������     I" '      ���������   l'l   .   ���������    1.1     ..   I       I       I"     I 1,-11.1,1,  ���������  C.P.R. Handles Record Amount of Grain  M3lcjaaatic Airplane CnrrW  Canul������!U, N.J.���������Tlio Bail ted Stainn  navy'.s nuwoal and lai*gi>nt ac;i*op]iaVio  carrier, tho Suratojja. h'-is goaae ha<!o  oomnalfjidi-an. '(jtipablo of anaklng r.3  kiaotri, v.'ith l't:a electrically drlvesi pro-  pL-Ikii", Iho mammoth '15,000 l,on i.jliip J.;  nlso maid to ho Uae, fa.Rto.'U'laa-ge boat  ailout. Jt in to bn equipped wiah Si>  aeroplanes avid whon coaaiplotetl will  he :\ci-.*!j.':nod Uv Uio l';tolilu fleol..  Mexico Bano Food Exports  M���������.-.������-:h:o <'ily,���������l<\>r the puirpono <>C  rijja^^a-vtug Uotu.*i.tlu iooU t.ui>p.Jo.*,. tiae  ���������'^ivcrunicnl. 'Itnn pa-������>.p<'ir������ad siaa ua'aler  fu.-bhVUiaR alio oxportallon t'row  Moxiv,-')* of "jirtlclofl of iai>e?oa������avy ccua-  rampUii-i." ThoBO Include corn, wheat,  Ih'HIih, p<���������a^:, i>ola1oi>H, t-111 f, baa tier nnd  ���������najjni*. Coal taatiy also be laaclaadod Inter.  A More Unified Canada  Toronto....���������'��������� Despite the attractiveness added tq fai*m life by modern  conveniencea, Canada's youth* will not  stay oai the land until agriculture is  put oai the same fo'otiaag as industry,  declared Premier J. 33.. Brownieo, Al-  boa*ta, speaking here. Ho also Bta'es&ed  the hater-dependence of the provinces,  In urging a more unified Canada.  Fined   For Cruelty  Ottawa.'���������Carrying live hens with  ���������thoir heads downward causes the  bh'da unnecessui-y Buffering, Magistrate Hopewell held in the police  court here. He fined two wa:n'ea^ who  persisted iai carrying their fowl' In  that manner1 after they were wurneal  by tho Humane- Society Iiiemootor.  Craht marketing aaad loading figures  for tho wool-; of October 22 to aa constituted a record for the Canadian  Pacific "Railway sluco that Company  first hauled grain out of tite West.  During the same week the peak of iho  groin riiHh was reached aud tlao bulk  t>l* Iho rrreat nvop of 1027 hauled to eie-  vatoi*aa ready for slilpment. This por-  iodBaw 25,331,000 bu.'3helB of grain,  naarkolod. over* Canadian Pacific llu dm,  an lairnvano of 11,7Tf������,000 bunliolB over  Horses Far Chicsgo Show  Western Canada Breeders To 1-k.ve  Entries In  Livestock Exhibition  Chicago.���������The horse breeders of  Westea*ai Canada, long - renowned for  their success in the production of  bigh grade draft animals, willcoauo  to the international livestock exposition hea*e this week, favoi*ed to win  a largo share of the ribboaas in tho  draft hoa-se division.  Particuaaly in the Clydesdale class  are Ihey expected to make a .strong  showiug.  Many of the familiar names among  tho Can nil Ian breeders aro absent  fa*oan this year's entry list in the  Clydesdale class, "tlaggerty and Bla'ek.  breeders of last year's ga-and ehaaia-  pioaa, are not entered, nor its .T. IT.  Pearco, who bred the reserve champion. However there will bo a heavy  entry from other Western Canadian  breeders-.  1h������  same  perlo'tl  oC 3020,   which  yoai*   I.   Vlivw of Cretin Cam nr the Trnnncona  wa������ cou3ldoi-<,d, ono    of   the   gronteBt ^'^������w^,,������lP^^llSft*?���������'"*,������������*W������-  W.    N.     LI.    1708  Prince la Popular  London.���������Tlie second unruly demon-  -siration' by admlrors of tho Prince of  Walon wUhiai si few days occuiTed ro-  ccntly v.-huaa 5,000 women aaad llapperfl,  wbo had Kalhercd <6 watch tho Prince  omcrgo from a moving picturo hIiow  ruf-'.hoii a*,i������ ?m*!<*imr>l>'>.  Change Desi-jn pP British Coina  London.���������On  Woc6mbor   1,   for   tlw  llrHt  tiane  adnne  1H1(J.  n 'f*|������nul1aia������>iui������  chaaiKo   in  the  deHlRiva o/ nil   BrltUth  ullver co'lJifiKe  will  bo  effective,  Ooh!  and copper coJnage will aaot ho afl"t>ct-  f.d. Tha. nliuj-.-iilar.;, nvn all un tlao ...b-   rrrtllwaiy i^'������'*h'*d n rornrd  nprm-o.    For {jwkih thin hy laaonlhn of jiriMinvnll.-m for I 1hc en'*franehlHem*������n** nf u*n������-,v-n ������t   -fl.  rea-ne  Hld������. | tho muiuo puriod Halts year  \.XtbU-J. earn j tlae ej-pectiMt matt. \ it nm ovlt lali parliament dh������ ilm faints.  grain yearn in hlHtory of the v/est.  TvTr.nd--.;,-, October 51 wa>.n t^v> rorm-fl  $ny when 5,110,000 buahela wero marketed. TIiSh exccedB by Hcvuratl million bUHbelrt tho tot ill. ga'aln produc-  tion  of wostom  Canada  In  the  yviu'  worn \t\ni\'.'t\ up, comn>r"-rod ivllh 9-/S.70  v.nvs for tho cora-eftpondJiig period of  Ifitit ycstir, -  Man With the  Longest  Beard  Dond  Wahpoton, K.D. ��������� liana I-angsoiia,  S2,"TlichJaaid County fuaTnci', fr.inous  for his "J7 foot board, is (load. For  years after- letting hlr", beard go un* aat  i'a*oan .Tally 14, 3 875, he ��������� travelled  around rtbe world witla ai circus,without mooting a match for his beard,  whlcla ho could wrap nrouml his in <*k  like a long muffler. In 1022 ho won  tlae world's longest b-*avrt champion-  ������hlp ill. tho dayH of '40 celobrathm-In  Sticrnnmni-o.  Denied   Vote   In   Ireland  BelfiiHl, Irelnaad.'���������The Northern lao-  lr*r.o Jfslr.lala-.rr, by r. -.-o'v of ?H "> ! \,  bran rojorl.ert Joseph Devlln'fi bill )riv-  iaag woiiraen the right of fa-a,achha.������ at.  21,   tlao   naaiao   fi.H  aaieaa.   I'a-oaaa'or   Lord  DoMplfe    11m  ^excepttoaaalIy     heavy  wu.vojmiut of ������ralai. operuLloisa :a thoj crniRuvou   aakl   that   when   tho   Cuv  TnaiiBcona ynraln  li������  Wlnnliiei.f,  wlir-ro ] crnsnent  later  IntroflaiceH   Its   bill   in  Am :-, rebUll. <������.C Uao lit-avy marlt(.l.hi������ j araiaa   acllvll.I*;.s    *:.iajUu,     havm    w*a , ,v1io1Ih1i   propoi-Uimu]   rfpri-rti.-iMaiI.������.   if.  tlm   grain   ioaulliiKH   jvportud   b*y   thli-i   alone; w.HI.oui. a hJtch. Tlit������v waa uiatlo   i,0p,.ii to, ,M)ibocly it aaa u piovi.^Jun icr west}  -������2^?!iZ������2������������������������2i2^&2^ ^^w^^hMajfa^t^^w^^t^^^^-^s*������^^!^Wferi^^ ^^jm frya-grsa^wwrtaacj  j^jig3augSS5aggsas^)B*i������j������^f|*^;a^^ ^-j������"������-������ta���������y  >*'  THE  CBE8TO&  BEVIES  ^^L^"t<m *3 ^^^m- j****^^5������ ^^^^ sBSf s^-^BS9  itft;t;KfcSr  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.G.  Subscription . v2.50ayear-'in advance.  83.00 to U.S. points.  C..F. HA^ras. Editor and Owner,  ORESTON.  B.C.. FRIDAY, NOV. 25  Date is Important  i  The local institute is to  be com  mended on its enterprise an   askiaig  for (and obtaining) the 192S conference of the "Women's  Institutes   of  Kootenay -Roasndary.  Asf a member of tbe larger  gainzation it is but fair that Ca-eston ^should at least take i & turn in  assuming responsibility fo"r this  annual get-together, iai addition to  whicEv such gatherings have considerable advertising valaie if  attractive entertainment is given  the visitors in betweeaa conference  sessions.  TVHowevei\ if real worth while  hospitality is to be extended Creston Institute ahoaald see to it that  the gathering here is held earlier in  the season than November.    To be  o 0011 ������������������U-I .fvf! *-I-.a trv������4~vo+* <**%. ���������**������<**���������������* *���������*#��������� rv**tra- oH  mmtams*.* *. iCTXJt    ^J*.       tUU'C;     UJVCHj   Of* U4ai C*V Vvr������ j      *-*������*  round results early September  should be insisted oa? Fwr eoitfereaiee  dates-  worthy champion of the fair- sex  when the well deserved toast to  the ladies needs sponsoring.  For at least seven vears j Mr.  Allan jhas made this topic,his after-  dinner apeeohnaaking specialty ������.nd  has just about jattaified -100 per  cent, efficiency, aiad a competent  successor is going to take time to  develop.  With D. T. Scrimgeour no longer  with us it would look as if the  maaatle of Allaai will have to descend on his fellow-countryman,"  Bill Eraser, who is hereby requested to cultivate his Sootoh friend's  acquaintance.  -.With a big Women's Institute  banquet looming up for 1928 it  behooves Creston to have someone  worthy an3 well qualified fear this  toast above all others.  Why This Hesitancy  investigation is im Order  Things   are   pretty   bad alright.  Bat   thi,   time   it's at  Cranbrook,  with    the   Courier   lament-big   the  fact   that   in   that   big  section   of  East   Kootenay    there    laas    been  hardly 25 marriages this year, and  certifying that in  the territory   re  ferred   to   there   aire  almost   1000  bachelors   earniaag   from   ������$150   to  $250  a  month.    Editor Sullivan's  caireall is an annual tax of not less  than   $100   on   all these   might-be  benedicts,   and    insists    that    the  government   should  do  something  forthwith.  Before acceding to saich demand,  as2d enacting province--.vide legis  lation that may not be required in  other places than Cranbrook, the  Review -wonld suggest a royal  commission consisting of, possibly,  Archie Raworth. Aid. MacPherson,  and John Fingal Smith. Cran-  brook's octegnarian resident, who  is still going stroaig with two score  and ten years of serene married life  to his credit.  In this investigational work the  Review sincerely regrets having  to overlook ex-Mayor Balment; bait  this is no laughing matter.  And in a matter so vitally affecting the setting up of new ho men  let us have no half baked legislation  R. B. Bennett, tlae newly selected  federal Conservative, leader, would  appear   to   be  a great respeetor of  the fi-rst of. the   ten   political   com-  mandments,   *'Thoaa   shalt  be  discreet." *  ^-jjHevated   to   his   new    position  with s. remarkable show of  enthusiasm,    particularly     by      western  Coaaservatives, one woaild natararallv  suppose    Mr.   Bennett    wouldT   be  ready to show his adsntrers west of  the great lakes that their confidence  had aaot been misplaced at the very  fir t opportunity presenting   itself.  Baat whatever aaotioaas the   parti  zaai rank and file may have become  possessed of iai this regarrd, certaiai-.  iy    Mr.   Beaanett    is  ' iaot    taking  himself too seriously as yet.  Early next month there is to be  a Dominion election in the Saskatchewan riding, of Maple Creek.  The Liberal candidate 5s already,  in the field, and the Progressives  are considering opposing him, but  to date there is nob even a bint  that a Conservative will be in the  running.  What is T&Tong with this brand  new Conservative policy anyway,  when the chief exponent does neat  care to - risk winning even ' oiae  of Dr. Tolmie's so called moa'al  victories?  Day of Miracles Not Past  But while things may be pretty  badi alright, especially a9 affecting  bachelordom, at Cranbrook, a section of the ladies in that town have  just wrought what may well be  classed as a miraole. Look at this  from last week's Courier:  **A very enthusiastic meeting of  the Ladles' Aid of the United'  Oha.rch WA9 held nt the home of  Mrs. J. P. Fink on Tuesduy (afternoon, record ine aara attendance of  forty-one members. Following ii  decision to dispense with a bnssuar  und Its attendant months of labor,  collectors were appointed earlier in  the year to canvas the entire con-  H**n������K������ition, with fche avsult tlaaifc tha*  voluntary glvlngs amoiaaitert to ovei  jive htanda-ed dol.'-ars to date with  the atHHairanoe of about one hundred  more to follow,"  If Creston could only induce all  its ladies' aids to ooyy this splendid  example, and devote even half the  time no Raved to -promoting"; p.ome  community objootive, oven fche  much-desired swimming pool could  he confidently looked forward to.  Keep Up the Good Work  Judging by the unusual interest  aroused at "ine recent debate on the  aione too lovely subject "of war. it  would look as if Creston is again  manifesting a commendable interest in what tnasr be termed a more  serious sort of entertainment���������-provided the price is right. ���������  The Review sincerely trusts this-  ohanga for the hotter as steadily  maiiatained and with due deference  woaild observe that h, good move in  this direction would be for such  organizations as the Institute,  Board of Trade and the Legion to  get together and arrange for another visit from Walter McRaye,  who appeared. here under the  Institute banner a few weeks ago  and made a wonderfully fine impression, aud who shoiald draw an  audience that will pack the Grand  theatre on a return call if given  the right sort of backing���������and no  charge for admission.  Mr.*"MoRaye ia western Cann  dia'f* foremost exponent of Caaaadian*  ism, and delivers a straight from  tla������* shoulder talk on Canada's pro-  bleins iia terms that both entertain  and enlighten young and old alike.  In these times when serious reading is less nnd less indulged in  add teat-eta o������ tlio sort MoTtayo  epeoiaaJize*3 iaa are the more valuable, and particularly in communities such na this.  CtUAUTY IB NHV&R AN AGGIOBNT  The QUALITY 6f the merchandise we carry is  the very finest that can be had.    Our stock of  has arrived asset is certainly of exceptional Quality  Seedless Muscats, pkg.?;... l......_ 20c  <������  **  ������4  H  23bs ....  4 ibs,..L  lviuscai, ruiiba, p*45   Imported Currants, * ib.  35c  65c  >&0c  20c  Sunmaid Prunes, 2 lb. pkg. .  Blue Ribbon Peaches, 2 lb. pk  ST  35c  60c  ������������������*.���������  T** .J~���������.      *l~V^4-^v^,       ~0*...n.  vauiaacuat jf   j-*������i*jcd,  prvg...  Figs, a id. pug.....  ouc  Glaced Cherries, pkg   NEW PEELS���������Citron, Orange and Lemon  40c  uj>.  *%;.' ������v������% **.m*n*S i������  Buy your Christmas Groceries from our stook-,;  and have your order delivered tc>.your hotiae.  b> w... ?a>^.���������. j_  iu * j    vuuur  Groceries  i  ;, ������"5a'v���������������&.ooi9 ly������*s^  Comfortable and  Well Shod  -P.y   by wearing  Miirray^s Slioes  in  New Styl<es  for Men and Women     -  and  Penman's Hose  for Men, Women and Children, in all ne\y shades, in  Wool. .. Si\%. and   WobV ���������  and AU Silk.  Agents for Jaeger All Woolf  a  E^SS^^    ^2SSa3    ^mmWmmmmmx      I  SIDI  Board Mmt Make Selection  Up to the middle of Ootobor the  Associaited   Growers   had   whipped  \lv\ Irr   bfcis * *^ carlnarln of apialon to fche ITnit-  .    %   .       ,      ,      ,'"'*'" ,t * ������   ed Btata^w, 45*!i cim-h to Alhertii. and  vmited   m   the   honha   of    wedlock   471>   to   Baekntchewnn.      At   ihat  Crexum   board  of trade ai it������ nn-L]ato a total of 1840 cara had   been  n.H&l   haaif-sUtiU  will   bo   why a very J handled.  BRITISH COLUMBIA  The Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER? 1926  Has produced Minerals as followa:    PKoer Gold, $78,018*048;      I,ode Gold, $126,972,318,'  Silver, 1(180,787,003;    Lead, $10G,976,442;    Cdpper $209,967,068;   'ZiiiQ, G50,512,557 j     Coal,  and Coke, $264,699,133; Structural Materials and Misoellanebais Minerals, $50,175,407; making its mineral'prodaaotion to the end of 1925 show an  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470' :  Production? year ending December, 1926, $67,188^842  The Mining Laws of this Province aroa-nore liberal and tho fcoa-iowor than tho&e of  any other Province in the Dominion, or any colony in tho British Empire.  Mineral looations aro granted to discoverers for nominal foes. '  Absolute Titles are obtain od by developing an oh properties, the security of whioh is   -  guaranteed by Crown grants.  . Faill information, together with Mining Beporfca and Maps, mny be obtained gratis by  addrossing���������  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.D.���������PiattlnnHy mil Britinh Ooluanbin Miaaerul Pioportitm upon which development work hnas been done  nro ������U*Hf:rib<)d In boarae one of the Annual Reports of tho Mm inter of Minos. Tho no conslflerinpf mining  IrtvoRtmtmta tahnuld refer to Haioh reporfcai.   They na������o (available without charge on anplicatlon to tho De-  siilt'Uiaciit r,   MSr.C-S, VJcloj-hu Yt-JP.     Rppnrtfi nf \ho Gi'nln^if\n\ Hnrvi>y rt? <"1������iiniirlii, Winfth nntMlnty. Van-  eouver, ������r������ recommended au������ vaihiablo Bonrcen of Informatioia.  UoportH enverln-B each of tbe 8l������ Mlilertd-Survey DiHti-lctti ana piabllHluul Hepuriately, and are avtill  at.bb> on applleatioaa. Tfm CBSggos smvwm  ���������*ri  ***wm&m***mjam  J&1}  L  TOiahVBV   war  New Stock of*  Harness ^     ;   s  Sae&nd Hand Stove in  connection    .  Mm tWg������r*&iWmiS  f SJtks-s agsd-Hame&s Repairing  Kaslo had an Ootobe.tr rainfall of  just over three inches.  The Fernie Free Press has-* figur  ed  it   out  that, bat ween  averaged *a yearly loss of ������206,357  due to stdkes, vrhwyb averagodV-45  days yearly. '';CV,  Trail expats  to have  artificial]    At Bonners "Ferry th������ Commer-  ice  about  ^December 1st and fcbst! oial Club hae pot^e t^> the reaoue oar  by  the weatherman for all ace sports. 1 eesssrlsBg storage for   glst^ss ear-  Tfc i������. ~ -   * -     -   - -        -         1024 ibe ooa8 miners in tlaat area jtown   will  then be indopeatdt^itof jthe   email lot   potato   grower  the lirst plant of the sort in]ioadsd-c������pUtta which will b@ avail-  the B.C interior.  able at rental coat.  ������  ������4.���������--. "9SW7  ait*    momto  twaines* -as   somewhat  that os a ves,'**' a^o.  goursst  less " than  WF2ML  IFORMFl  ���������^���������"SFafffsewf-s "or -snt^sissi^sssSstts  I*, Harris, a Vernon bee man,  claims to have harvested five tons  of honey from 130 hives this season..  Ot $118,000 of taxes levied at  Pentioton this year,, close to  $100,000 has been paid at Koverrv  her _ 1st.  The Roman  Catholics at Ifcosa-  lassd liave purchased the old   Ores  centv store   ar.d  ar������  rebuilding i*\  into a parish hall.  Th������   Oenhredk fo??  --.farm  will  tpelt   sixty .animals this season, hut  NIAGARA MiNERAXi CLAIM.    Sttraat������ ia  tbo Nelson Mining.Dlylsion of "West Koote-  ntty District.    Where located:   On Iron  .Mountain, nortto-v?egfcer**y from Kitchener.  B.C _l������*wful holder:���������_ Charles PlanuDor  ���������HOI, Victoria.aa   N-cHsnoor^f tbe holder's  PrecMlnep*8Certlflcate.No.ia(>ie-D.   _  TAKB NOTICE that I, O. A. 22. Ywsn&SVea.  Miser's Certlfteste No* 4S&4>, actios? as ageat  ftwe the ������3ra3d  C&sriss  noaasser sswL iuie������������  sixty days from the tf ate hereof, to applv to the  > Mhaliijgr Booorder 4tor a certificate of ft������ca������yft. ���������  mehte; for the purpose ot obtaining a Ottawa  C^antofthaiCboveolaiEa. , ,  'And *fn*cCbe*f take notice that action, -unaer  S^Otdon 85 of the -Mineral Act. most bo com-  xaenood bcfora tSss Sf-sssisoc os sncb pettiflcate  1   " tMs 8th day of November. A.D. 18127.  *LJ*kAYfC>As' latill  has tlurty   pairs on^nand for  breedisig pnrtpcses.  The Vernon district ia pretty  VtO.\ deserted of Ohitaeaae vegetable  arowers. who have gone to Vancouver for the winter:  Tjp *������> the ������n������i <5? Oetolss.rS70.000  of new buitdinj^a have been {got  onder eonstrnotion at Pentioton.  $17,000 of this was for residences.  Storm No. is.  way ��������� tfi fj^g*. ~S*m*m.m  A@@ff'5B.  Pmrch&se Land  In West Kootenay lAvd Beeordlng &������i-*-s*H������s cr  Province of Byitieb Carasnbia, and sitnate  iaa Arrow Creek Valley on east iuopa of  Goat Mountain.  TASK NOTICE that'fEflSe Prank Akow-  fioodtb. of Carestoxu B.Cm occupation, spinster,  sssssds tss^*!7 fa? psemleSlaB'to praohaee the  i^ft&^ias described lands: Commeneins at a  ptist planted one foot from Sonth Blast comear-  ������f Sablot 130 of Lots 4592 and 4585; tbenoe 80  chains west: thenoe 20 chains soath-r thence 20  ehainfl ease; thence SSr-ebsiias:���������ncetu, and ccsi-  Dated 8ept������mber 6.1S5SI  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  Vers*4������B8 oU-bsesss paid between  $40,000 and $50,000 in taxes on  Ciotoher Stsi���������the mat day before  penalty -was- added the tftei rates.  Vernon oonncii has heen ask<d  to enact a bylaw orohibitit.fi;  Indians being. in .that town after.  10 -fxas. unleas they have a permit.  Plans are beiaaR made for a  new  United Chnrch at Gravtbrook to ;be  er^etea  sss  the ^���������sgirf'ng.   JB'.nahoial  contributions are cotning In Rener  ously. ���������- -..'f.V-.       .; .-'    ;'  The^ O P.R. buys - aboait three  lata, of honey tills year frc������iiB sVer-"  non apiarist to supply its dininj;  earn between Vancouver and Winnipeg.      _���������-?���������';?;-v,v?v.:?;v':"       ;  Lawyers Ross-^,nd Bratalt have  this month -moved out of Kimberley, and the town is now getting  alon*^ nicely with but. ������ns resident  lawyer. -  I  ������������������ .;"s^v^m^Sm^so^s--"?.  V-jaeasts asrocieserved,' msxv&gmi ���������������������&&&  tesuds noay be jK������-������3npted by arltisa  Subjects over- lS?yasasrs?-ofs@8p,.-&B& pr  ?a3itms on declaring Intention to become  British? -subject*, (conditional upon lesi-  dence, occupation, aad Sjaaprcv^aent  for. a^riculturta purposes.  tions reeardinc; pre-������JmptloBi5, 5s gives  in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series, *TH0w  to Pre-empt Land," copies oT which can  be obtained free of charge by address-  hiflr the I>epartment of X*ands, Vlctorta^  B.C^ or to any dovernmeht Agent. , ���������  Hecords -wiU ce tsraanied covesissg ossiy  liret   staraaght   carload   of  ^e^v-^^ipiied-, -j^ois^ ir*6f?. ������th^  wejsfe W^s������!������bu ver frasst1  I    The  tained 12:tdns.VVvV??  Vernon Viftdlf atrtoh has jitst pnr  chased an additional 100 acres and  will estend its coasree from nine  to  JfSth t������en   holes���������-tos he   ready   for  192S playini������ ssasor.  At Cranbrook the men's and  ladieB' liberal associations' have  heen amalgamated, with W. A.  Hisbet a������ president, and Mrs. C. J.  land suitable fes tagrieylt'jral p&spemSt \ %att\.i. vice-president.  aasd 'wMsh is ndt'ttmherland. 8.ev car-  sylng over 6.000 board feet per acre  west of the Coast Range and 8.000 feet  per were eart of that taiiBe.  i>\ppliimtibins for pre-eBo-fttions aro to  b������ aadres^d to tho fE^and Gtei^Jsadsa^E'^  of the Land Recording Division in  -which the land applied for is situated,  and-aieinade on pjrlnted f onns, copies  of which cnn.be obtained from the Land  "The Cranbroi>k Courier is alarm  ed due the fact  that for the first  nine months of the year there have  not been  more   than   two   dozen  oiarriaRea ssa East Kootenay.  Pre-emptions must he occupied for  five yeara and ;JmproV������nibnts made to  value of *10 per ecte. including? clearing and cultivating at lefu$ five acres,  before- a Crown Orant can bo received.  For more detailed Information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre*empt Xiahd.^  vtmoaAam -.  Applications arc received for purehawt*  of vacant, unreaerved Crown ������ands,  not iKslaig timberland, for agrictiltural  purposes; minimum price of flrst-cteas  (iarable) land Is 06 per acre, and second  class (grajdng) land pmJ&to . per -acre.  Pur ther information regarding purchase  or lease of Crown lands Is given An Bui-.  letin No. 10. Land Series, "Purchim;������  and l������������astt of Crown Lands.1*  MU1, factory or induatxlai t&im on  timber land* not exceeding 40 -acwjs,  may be -piimhased or leiksed, the con-  dltlons includbag payment o������ etumpage.  ttOMKBITK UHA01EB  Ohsutrveyed areas not exooeainv '*&  acres may bo IooimhI ao hunacaltes, conditional upon a dwelling being erected  in the firat year,'tiUe being obtainable  after residence and Impcrovemenl) oon-  dlttons are fulfiUed aind land %wa h&im  BUtvcyad. .  LMA3KB .  PVH* graudng and induatixiMl ^is^QtM  OXiMM SlOt VXiiCiiumi $���������*& &0Mm wi5:r &~-  leased by one person or a oomp<any.  GRAZING  Under the drattlng Act tbe Province io divided Into gvaelng disbrlctt  and the range admlnlitered under a  Or&Jdng c^wuniasloncr. Annual eras������  Intr r>eirmitit are Iwmed based on numbers ranged, priority being given to  eRtabllshed ocmera. JStocK-otrmets may thought wits  form siofiociationB lor range asa^iinaisw- - -  ment. Free, or partially free permits  ore available for settlers, ewmpers or  travellers, up to ten head.  Recently five bodies of Chinese  buried* at Pentioton were draft up  nd shipped to China for burial.  The practice ia to allow seven yz&rz  to elapse before making the transfer.   " -  .  Bookless auto drivin������-ia so common at Btaslo that the Women's  Institute have asked the counoil to  make a more stringent by-law to  prevent driving 'to the ooaaaaaaor,  danger. -  ��������� Foley * Jk BesVoignes. who operate -a muskrat farm at Copelatad*  have just shipped 200 ratta to a rat  farm in Montana. The Birice was  $123 oaob. In 1920 the firm  could wot fill all the orders sent  .them.     '   v.-'it*  TXp to the middle of Ootobor the  Asaooiated Growers had shipped  102 oarloads of apples to the 'Unity  ������d- SU������������>w,-4C5S'C������������.i-a (U> Alb������i*taf and  470 to ^askdtohewan. At ihat  date 11 total of 1849* c������-r������ had been  handled*.  Special Trains and Low Fares to  ike   Seaboard  during   December  ������>  2>s������iw WINNIPEG M.m &���������*&*  connecting tenth . ; '    ��������� P  Christmas  Sailings  From WINNIPEG  686*  3 - S.S*  %  tt ��������� S8Si las  -06S.  **   St Jg^ -  45 ii  am*.  ^S for Steagss, SsKast, Leierpio!  H *' Mm, SSssgas, UmpBo!  9 iris!?a*t= Sfasagf,   Ufimfio!  ���������TA  ������������ g������|h  Asavhsanr  __.,  ti  -Bee. 15 al Bilf������6f, ll������8f|09!  Tkreugh Sleeping Cc^tocomtt  _ ���������    P wiU be operated from'Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon   '  :" Moose Jaw and Regina  V "' ' ���������" ''���������'-.������������������"** . '��������� * ," *������������������   -    - -    ..-���������������������������*..  Foe full partlctilaars ask Ticlret Agents  Wm B. MARTIN, Creston. p'T* W*^BUNDYs;Mridks^m  SiimtS.  s������  For Twenty-Five Cents we will  supply   you   with   a  bundle   of  apers  EVEN MCE HURT >  CIRL'S STOMACH  V'l hnd Indigestion eo bad 1 wan  afraid to eat even rice. Adlerika lias  done vino so mitoh good tbut how 1 eat  anythlntf.H~*-Avdenia Howard.  Adlerika rellnvos stomach gas and  srturness in TEN amlnutAs. Acting on  BOTH tiniter and loweat* bowel, it removes old waste matter  you  neviar  In   yean-   syotem.  /iniuncaa    m**n    y������M������r    *w.������^.'.  liow������1������ a lllDA'L cleanstngr and see how  imiol. bettor you   will   feel.   It   will  wtir-pariue youi  that will keep you in fire-lighting  material all winter���������if you are a  fairly regular stoker.  1 *  Sli veins .often prodiico blood poSsoiaiBag.    Don't  tak^ any chances by whittlin1 shavin's when  newspapers oan bo had at this price.  .Lot  M  tm.44A  STD.M  COMMERCIAL  PE1NTING  DEFT  I QsffinSSSEIGilE  jmtjacsnitasiffiiOi THE   BE VIEW,    CRESTON   B.    G  11  For-Mild "Winter-Climate. (5������o& Accommodation To Suit All Pockets. The  Farmers' Holiday Playground.  Write:  Victoria and Island Publicity Bureau  (George I. Warren, Commissioner)  "-       P. O. Box SOS, Viotorla, bVC.  ?���������  ~&  Price Received Sets a New Figure For  This Season ,  Forty-one head of Alberta grass-  finished steers shipped to-1 Chicago last  month set^a new figure on that mar-  l������et this .season lor this class of cattle.  These steei*s sold at ������14.65 per lauai**-  dred pounds, exceeding the previous  high price by 65 ceaats. Good prices on  the American maa-kets have attracieu  large   shipments -of   cattle   from   m������  **     St     ** g  western provinces uuxing the p.ist few  months.  ���������QF TAR ������k COO L.ivE������ EpCTRACT  SaigAi-fi semxoas sisf b-ciths by dealers everyvrlier*.  liie j. L-. Mathiew Co., Props., Sherbrookc-, Que.  i| Theatre Will Cheek Autos  r^^el     Experiment    Is    Planned    For*  VV? London  In the Spring !'  Vlf: an e-xperament which-.-' will be tried !  bir a Piccadilly Theatre -when it owens \.  n������xt Spring is successful, London ;  theatre gcers who -arrive in their own j  automobiles will "be able to ;check'  atythe door.  yiA new five-story garage -with space "  tot? 5,000 cars is under construction j  near the theatre. It. will be  equipped |  -afti   express  elevators   so   as   to- e*!F|aped Skirts Arc Sho!wn 0n Many Of  -pledite   the     handling:    of     the     cars. ( ^  N(sWest Frocks  Reservations for the machines will ne \       .  j     This charming one-piece frock, hav-  1 Ing the appearance .of the two piece,  spasmodic Croup  ^ Often, checked with  one application of  Vicks. Just rub on  throat   and   chest  QVJER f?MfWOMjAJ?$L(S������&Y������Amy  BRIEFLY  TOLD  ���������*-*������ NM1  NOVEMBER 27 .'  ISAIAH   TEACHES TRUE WORSHIP  Golden T^ext: "Who shall ascend into' the hill of Jehovah*? Atid* who shall  stand Sn Hlfl   Holy   praeeV   He   fhat-  hath clean 'hands, and a pure heart.'  ���������-Psalm 21.3   *.  .'Lesson: Isaiah 1.1-20.  ���������^Devotional'Reading: John 4.21-24.  1?he ay^alage boat oi a. weekly family  bu4e'������t'W',.3|;.- staple foods was $10.99  at the beginning, c/f October as com-'  pared with $10.87  i'or September.  Sir Harry Lauder, who has heen in  retirement in Scotland wince tho  [death of his wifo lust sunaiaaer. will  fretaarn to' tho stnge in the winter.  All departments of tiae Alberta Governanent have jheeai aaotified their pro-  ga*aans of iegiglation for the aiext ses->  siou--' of  lhe  legislature  maist    he    iaa  hand-by the'etad of December.  The  Rev.  Herbert   Quarrle,  athlete]  yicar'of"St. Andrew's   parish, Jersey,  proposes to conquer the English Channel   iaa   am   exhibition   swim   to   raise?,  taaoney to ecimplete the building of his?  b alt-finished church.  VV      Explanations and Comments  -!'--?- U'he Perverseness or God's People, verses 1-9.���������"The Great Arraign-  ;i^e������t" is an apt phrase-given to tlaSs  '.MVapter by Ewald. God's chosen peo-  .0- have/rebelled against Him. Even  dumb aniataais; tlae ox atid the asa,  aire i*esponslve to; their masters, but  |l|e people :cwf Judah do not consider  Ifjelr Lord. This perverseness has  ;;bV6u'ght punishment upon them, and) it  yi������  only  because ..of. Jehovah'*? mercy  ������r  i������es Eeps free  firom Sore  ������  Hiatfthey have escaped fhe fate of the  '  t������. f r  *i -^ * <f  Cnajuesioia Dance Contest  *_ *       ������ w������      m.      mx      ������  ' w m  juaeea nv iin^IaEC! ������ JLeadef  gm ���������  ������������������    '*���������    ^      *^mm~^^m*t*m* mm   *m   mmm^mmm^^ mr^  MissLeslie~Suttbai,chiefitad^e6f the'  Charleston contest for .England, writes:  *'Mjr unique position in the dancing  world today-would never have happened  if I had not taken care of my health.  ������ constant]v had that tire^i .esaS de-  , pres3e'd .fe&Ulfi^, wit^* iacR-phea^ach-e,  ,tndigestiori;' biliousness catascd- by*  the poisons of constipation.-  '" Your mild laxative has been of valu-'  aatye assistance in Keeping my system in  at daily healthy condition.'*  CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS \  J All druggists���������25c and 7������c red pkgs.  people of Sbdofn" and Gomorrala,  I^II? Outwrtfd Signs Of <* Reli^oua  ?^Eeai Do. Not Deceive Jehovah, verses  JtQ-15.���������The pro*phet now hears in  -jffalait'���������-"-''���������'the ;���������-������������������-. reaaaonstranee of his  %udiencQi V1*>elitzach thinks. "They  ?!V;ould lain represent the accusations  ���������^Ihicix lie had just uttered as unfound-  ypiri, by^appccilinR to their exact obser-  .^aa..9Q;pt:'tho,d4yine,.la*w; but In opposi-  itfb'si to tiiis ground of sel^-vindicntion  ^hichthe prophet has read out of the  'Hearts of those ittipeached, he but pro-  g^eds to prove the divine arraignment'  i^hich begins in verse ten.*"  ^"ISear the word of Jehovah^ ye  Rulers of SGdom," the prophet ca;ies,  :|'give ear unto the law of our Gcc(, yc  'tiBOpie of Goanorrkh.", By addressing  ftheiia as "rulers df Sodom" and "peopls  of Go-mo*rrahi" he reminds. thein*lalike  fgf pc?["ot' theia: wickedneiss- and 61? their dan-  ���������jerl The 'law" to -which he bida them  Jyglve heed; is the inspired faiscourse h0  $}*  665      *^ri  Wheti you notice-?any sign of callousffis about to deliver  on tlie feet ortees--rthat's the tiatae torp- ____������.  paint'.on a teyr drops of Putnam's?  Corai Extractor. Do this, and. you pre-C  vent corns. No matter if the corn is-  hard or soft; fCet it be oai top or be-<  tween the toes. Putnam's will renaove?  it without pain. Insist on "Putnam's"?  Corn Extractor. It does the work  and roots out the corn. ~^-  P In honor of Benjamin Franklin, ti  tablet lias been erected at Auray,  -JPranceyto mark the qpot -where the  distinguished citizen of this country  landed for one of hts brief visits to  fhthat,country.  - ........    ^ ���������.��������������������������� ���������--.  ���������doctors Have been pre-  scrifoms? EasrJe  firatad  -a**;  an. infant  food when  another's rnilk is not avail- *  able.  Use it *with confidence.  ��������� ^252?  mado,?vs:hen seats are purchased.  l^pertsfiioTVvsayg-that America fiJ^pMinard'-B  Liniment for  Distemper.  not derive its name from Americas'  Vespucius, but rather from the Itt*)  dian's name for the land. "Amaroke.CV;  For all   pains���������Minard's  Liniment.  It's a pretty safe plan to judge a  man** by the people, he doesn't keep  coitipatiy -with.  would be smart if fashioned Of eitlieE  satin or -soft woolen rnateaial.      The*  ?Y o u r yAst h rnawyii?!r<ao.  ^The .^Scacy  modish, flared skirt is  iointPd to the bf Dr- J' D" Kell������i?*&'s Asthma Remedy  modisa ilared skirt^as jointed to tlae, .     n6t-something that is merely to be  Thi nee? may'be  cut low l^ped for; it is to be expected, it" eel-"  ine necK may   oe  cut  ������o*w..dom falis to bring l-elief, and tn your  own individuals case^ it yy*<sill; do  Chocolate is made from the large,  jieeds contained in the beans of the  .cacao tree, not the -cocoa tree ;as  spelled - in - Dr. Samuel Johnson's ;<lic-  tiomtry. ���������������������������������������������'��������� -.. .t-.r .���������  bodice having a scallopel  opening.  I and. simply bound or made . high and  | finished with a round collar. Th6  I long dart-fitted sleeves have band  } cuffs, and a belt causes a slight blous-  ing. No. 16S5 is in sizes 3-i, Sg^SS. 40  and. 42 inches bust. Size 36 requires  3*& yards 39-inch, or 2*4 yards 5-i-inch  material. Price 20 cents the pattern.  j;Our PashiOti Book, illustrating the  newest and Sclost practical styles, will  he of interest to every home diress-  itfaker. Price of thefihook'iyiiO cisntsy/thei  copy. '-; Vy-    Vv      *'���������;.:���������-   yV  How To Order Patterns    ._  yi������dares3*--*-,WihniDe^  ;$j   175. McDermot?:Ave4|^Winnipe������^  ;?3the.;  same. So universal has been the success of this far-famed remedy that  every one afflicted with this disease  owes it tcv himself to try it.  A subway system of pneumatic  tubes beneath New ToTk streets delivers 5,000,000 letters daily to sub-s������ta-  ilons.   .  jjfiBB^^i  IJfi  ''iffiOWN&SB MlMS  ^mf Children httseli^^A  i^l|       So Will Yoo-      -" ���������  ***3j*E������������������"���������?���������'"At -the -tint  a&tri   of  s  ..    ^j������  Cold, buy "BucldeyV'. The  ���������5 - ~-:S?%ty^s~���������'������laes;tvroili-l3jffe-^-.  relieves- the cough instantly and  delisrhta tbe teste. Different from  all other remedies for Coughiv  Colda. Bronchitis. Prevents *'HtfV  PneumoniR and roll Throat a*c;d  Lung fcroables. Sold everywhere  under money-ref unded sootanteew  W. K. Buckley, Limited,  112 Mutual St., Toronto 2  ^S*?B5a*Ssl*SBa������ S*Sw&  J*a*& JjgfB-;. ���������,.;   ��������� $** s^cyu   ** '���������"- ���������*' ���������ingle 'mtx*"&**Wl������  d-v  ��������� Miller's Worni Powders work^ so  eflectiyely. that aio , traces of ^worms  ���������can ?be'-"'fbund'.'-' The^laestsypaiafa-way in.  tiae  stools without being perceptible.  They make an entire and clean sweep The French Senate,, hasyyvoted a  of "the intestines,. ?3nn& "nothing in the ! subsidy of 2,000,000 francs Cabout  shape of a worm can^ find lodgement mO00*r <-toj? the expenses -of. Fre tiHu  thero when these powders are in oper-     .. ". .       .��������� ?.. , ^ .. -..-,,      _,       ..'.  ation. Nothing cotahl be more thorough ^^^fioparttcipate in the^O^  or diesii'able thari'their. action/  Pattern   No.. ~..,  Size..  -&... *>.  ... ^* ��������� ������������������������. .^ i  Name   .........  Town ���������-��������� ��������� ��������������� ������������������������  .<������ ��������������������� .... ������������ . ������ ��������� m  i ������^ ....tt * t*. m i  ' ������-������ . ��������� ��������� ���������������   mm  For Your Stock  Minard's is a handy and effec-  tivte- fl,rst aid both in tho stable  aSd, barn.  Lawyer: "Why do you want a separation from youi^ wife ? Aren't your  relatkms pleasant?1*' y  Tired Business Man: "Mine aire, but  hers.are pex*fectly horrid."  As a vermicide an excellent preparation is Mother'Graves^ Worm Exterminator. It haa saved    the    lives    of  couaitleBS children. .--...,  games/at. Aonsterdam,. In 192S.  The fla*'st ixtt'empt to reach the North  Pole by air was made by Salottnoai August Anda-ee, a Swedish scleaatlst, oai  July 11, 1S97. With two compamions he  left Spitzbergen in a balloon and' was  never-.heard from again, *  S50R,  ALitSElKTA JJilWTOKS AT <JUJN  TlOJN  No mother in this enlightened age  would, give lier baby aomething fil\p  did aaot know was jiorteetly harnaless,  especially when a tew .da*ops of plain  Castori-a will riKlit a baby's pstomach  ami.e-nd almost, any little ill. FretfU\;  . nosffsand fever, too; it. aeomu ho tinic  llaaail everything is scroaae.  Tliut/s the beaauty of Oa.ritorJa; its  goaatU- iaadtaeaaro ppcnin ;iiu.;1. what itf  nood.-d. It doos all iliMt fnstor oil  anipht :<oeoa-naillnh. wlihout, Bhock to  aim Ryt-w-aii. M'itlimif liar- evil 1nr,te. II'h  ���������h-licfoUfi! IVhiK paaj-fly V'-gntable.  yota <\*������ai glvfi U as of'ti-aa up alaoro'v, a  KU-'Ji of nolle: coumI iiril.io'i; ������*iinn-l)������-ia;  <j3- liftiil  to aii .sound, -jinHi'.'ul J-'lotip.  ;iusi ono warn Iaa**;; it Ih (.'nnulno  n^achr-r'a C.MHloria tluii. phyahilans  r<'ro!p.:t:-.-ii(l. (ulu>r pavpru'rii Ions anny  bo Ivisl an t'r������>*'* ivtnu rill duubll'ul  <ln*.;*y. but no cliihl m ibis wa,lt������>r,.li Is  I'Olupc lo tont. thena' r.p;d.b>s. Iho book  on <i:.-j-<* .'Had f'-i.-d;iu.' "f hahleti Unit  r-diiH'fi v.!1h Fli'l<'h'>i,'i* C'n'it oi*I;v Ifi  *-orth h:' w.-i-.fhl  lu ("ilil.  mruitrm^'tiim.^mimn.m.tit.metiirmmirinunttm&iumjmlmmMmimm  . *. v'*-yv ik.v  Oillcoiai, iiMMnbm-H naad tliolr wlv^s and -a;ufB'H ol liie Alhcrlu lM*esH Aauoclatlon, on the roof gtu-Uirrr of 1ho rulllBor Hotel, Calgary, during tho annuttl  roiiv<Mii(m, wliach cInaiCMl- .Suaaai-alay, Uctober ^-iiaaa, ���������    \  f  T-  t  xtm  m  1!  Pi  il  hi  M THE    RSVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    C.  /  4^  y  i\  -e-V  m  ii  LESSQN No. 17 y _  Question: Why is  emulsified, cod-liver oil  so efficient, a  food for'  young children ?'���������"'���������-   ��������� u  Answer.* Rickets oir  weak bones are evidences  of lime-deficiency., Emul-  sifiedvitamin-richcod-liver  oil help������ Nature supply  this deficiency. \y .  T*P ''Pi ' nt���������"'   J3_'j?r^_^j~  r ue*e, pic<n2>cu.u.y awvuicu)  arsotKianff -ouite surpasses -  .'  SCOTT'S EMULSiH  Radio Reduces ���������able Receipts  Wireless Generaliy  Has Cut Finances  Of  Pacific -System  S  A~ disturbing" report with regard to  tha. financial results of the1 Pacific cable, the Canadian-press learns, will be  presented shortly to tho governments  eonceaned���������those    of * Great    Britain,  Canada,- Australia and New Zealand. ^  The use of "Empire    radio ' system  ana wirelesa_generally has resultod iri  causing a ..{reduction? in the Paelfle Cable   Boaa'd's *. receipts   at   the   a*ate   of  JG 95,000   ($475,000)    annually,     it    is',  said, and this "will not represent the  peak of the board's loss.  ;   The  Pacific   Cable  Board  is. apprehensive that the Dominion station at'  Montreal, which will    be    completed  shortly, -will result in increased com-;  petition and will   affect    unfavorably  the .present cable.-.traffic frona .the. U.S.  V-The   receipts'.-, of  the   Pacific  Cable  Soard. for ths current- ve3.r mav meet  | the expenditures, but it seems inevitable that future "years  .will   show   a  loss.      y *        . -(    "  Of the xnililoins of packages  of Red Rose Taa sold���������- few, if  any, ar������ returned as unsatisfactory. That's because Red  Rose is packed-only in Aluminum. There is never any  loss of flavor tlforowgh damp������  ness. Never aiiy stateness or  deterioration. The bright,  clean aluminum - container  keeps Red Rose as fresh and  flavory a& the day it was  paclceda '' "*��������� ~~ usr  I cannot let my little girlie do that-  "Yes, maybe, but where could I get"  one of them?���������You tell me and I'll teal  you."  This ,conversation took^place at  aaoon. On the' four o'clock train came  Helmi.  The sun pouredi down **sriih a pitiless glare on the confirmed ugliness  of ihe little b'o:g>iike houses. The  kidttly white snow which had covered  the "littered backyards, was gone, and  now there came in full the piles of  cans, discarded clothing,    old    boxes.  old boots, which the saow had merci-  r  .faiim'1"h*jj FIRES  r ���������~V>,  1" ���������>  BY NELLIE L. McGLUNG  COPYRIGHT* CANADA, 192&  CHAPTER XII.���������Continued  Three inines,������vere in operation now,  all owned by the same company and  all subject to tho' same conditions*  Every one in the valley felt that his  stay -was" but -temporary, so "no one i  called at home.  Facing the station stood tha Bearding House, where .tho single xaen had  their meals, a ���������rreat weather-beaten  building-.; sq.uat*e ,as a' box, sun-dried  and?staring. The, front of it?bore a  signV printed in blackf'"'letters on si  whiteboard:  f f -"''Elite Board^tis House,    : '  ?V?|.V *��������� M. ^CcMa^ti, Pa-op." ~  MyMcHann knew .that "Eagle MinesH  could,"V'icsyer  be; her abiding  city,  lii-  deedyshe had nofhesiiation' iardsciaa*-  iug jiliat -, Canada -would lose her just:  as; so^iif as   shef'ujjade.; her pile.   She  w^uj&S^r^cft~"^  fwisicjti?||%-thi������v? case;,; jcoeaut yfLincclnj,  'NeblCWtai fte McMann? ''-"'-���������  Siha^Sp f often;  won$^dV*au������M^  Certainly itf'was. not for lack-V-of  frienilsJyNo .woman ever hadV ihcire  frieUd^'aaa^?i^5Ugh^abseait /rotta: them  no-vvffshe ' wlas not .forgotten. To the  boarder^ she gaveiverbatim? extracts  of letters,. she received. Her friends  were; -very insistent'-for ��������� her ^retUrn^  "Why-fin tlie^OJ*kl 'fdo.;;ypaa;' byi^-yourself \: aTiyefJn, that cold Vcountry,, wheare  they; ?have:M3aiiy;'Vthit6���������t ^seasons, ;' July,  Aaitunih- ian&; ?'' Wliiter~a woman "like  yoai, w.ho can make her way any  pl&e������*?" or "Everybody is asking me.  when are you corning bacic���������ybta'sttre  \yould get a royarwelcome;" .... ^ 6  VSoitie" of the boarders rUfchcr 'tmtac't-  , fully urged her to go and never mind  them,���������so wai*mly, indeed, that Mrs.  McManai grew rather reserved on the  matter.- It is^sometimes- a decided social blunder to,,agree with everything  that is said.  Mr. McMann had returned to his  native land the' year before, shaking  off: the rather cumbersome yoke of  matrimony' at tho same time, and  leaving a letter saying that so far as  she was concerned he was, dead--for-  tt certainly^ wras not her fault that he  wasn't���������and,-lthat fhe would leave? he?  the faa*m and the Insurance, too, if she  would sign a paper saying that she  Svdiild neves' try?'to ;iind hirft. He  "hoped to God"- she' would "Siiiiirry  again; though; he yneallzed it was ai  mean thing to ^vish yoax any oaie; y&fiaV. i.tt  another way lie would be glad? for  sosaeone to know from, actual expeii-  nce what, he had -gone through. Aud  he,.-^waSsf^'fei&lliaVffine.-.-at-'- presejaiKVaJad  t^pedysh^^ais^ettjoyin? the saffltie'^eiat  blessingt^V-S'??^  y-Kis?5-;  Vegetable Compound GouH Do>  AU Her Work and Gamed;  '    in Weiglit /  VMelfott,  SaBkateheswan. ~ "I had  inward trtmblcs.headttcheH and severe  pains in my back,  ond Btdea.   I was '  so sEck generally  that I  coaiW not  iiit up and I waa  in bed raioat;oi tho  time tor uight1  ���������moriths. An. aunt  came to visit and  help mo as* I waa  alnablo to at bond  lo auy-liaby-iwMl-  could 1 not do nay  work;     Sho told  Binlchnm'flVage'  ms f^^P^SMs:s  mci to try Lytltn 33.  table Cc>mpo.und,arid attar taking two  bottles I could jjet wp and drcsa my-  solC. I alajio look Iwydaa E, Pinkham a  Blrxvd Modhino. Whon I lirat took tlio  medicine I only weighed aovoMty-  oaglat iiouhdw. No w I w o tgl. tw ioe aa  h-uik.'],. , If 3 gut out of aorUi or, womy  nnd cam't sloorp I alwatva tnko nwothor  bottl-o of tlvo Vogcitabl-o Compounid.  I iind it wondeasifuHy goad roar female troubloH, and Siavo recom-  monAod it to my nei^hborta, I will  lie only too gltul to luaaiWter auay lottora  I r<aceiv������ ftHldaifi; about It" ��������� Mra.  WrrxiAM RiTClHis, Ilox 486^ Molfort,  Enakatchcwan, -        O  W.    N.    V.    17<������8  : Mrs.V-McMaisii'^a.ccepted the vfarni  -aiid Jop;k<ed foa*^ard to the- insurlan*ce.  She e3?piaiaiedrythe letter by^ sasying?  po*or Mr.-f'Mol&am. liadfgoaie queer yby  the ba*rdshi|)*.fs he had suifered laome-  stfeading* iai tfiifc^'readful-country. She  talked* about him now. in- the past  'tens^-J^otin^isu-gely-: -^6m y'&pV^ctm-'  liiianeBitary-^^ thiaigs Vhe had said to laier.  ���������^T'her.e's\pnh tMng about, yoti Mercy  B'^I^^f.Ui^f''.?p^O;i^4ear?iin������il often, said to  sne; 'you arc never clean stuck when it,  comes fto a?hard place���������you areyycer--  ���������ialnly the beateree.' Ke'thoughtiit was  Hvcnderful when he saw mc puttin*  patches on ga*~ain-bags wi Lli flour paste.  And really when any of the neighbors  on the homestead wasP;'s tuclc they'd  say, "Gey" to Mrs,;,   McMann.'    I   don't  ���������knoW;;Why!"     r-Vy?-;.V y ;;>?  The tactless boarders, riding, for a  fall, admitted'it was odd. '-  ��������� Mrs. McMann was able to proVe her  ncrupaalous honesty by another fluota-  Lioti: "Mr. McMann used to - warn':me  ~~-ho ���������flaLd I was too'yt-t-ustlug, and in  this world itt does not do. 'Every one  gets ahead*of-yow, MercylloU,' ho said  tome once; 'You thhsk everyone; ia bs  honest as' you ��������� are yours el If; bait my  dear you will have to learn." if Mr.  McMann during his -term of coverture  was. ever reproached or scolded he  certaiuiy was regarded as a man  without taint and. blanaeloas in rotroa-  piict. Ko was ifwonderfully tidy and  particular man; ho, dusted liis socks  overy^morhir)gV.ho;Ia,rbaQ In tho early  dawn toswoep; *t*tao.front stopa, verandah, walks j ho would not oat butter  Uttloss it wa^ made by his doar wife's  nklll'aal hiu-idH*. ftuo look nt aai aantidy  kitchen drove him-,-from his meat for  days; ho nor or ���������couid oat on a train,  having onco soon tho ldtchon,  Mm. McMann took pnlns to go into  these matters oxhauBtlvely tho flrat  (lay Jack Doraaa, who come from the  Rant, appeared nt hor table. Hin city-  cut clothes. 'livs,ph-eu hor-"T1alD wall-  da'oaaod young* man must bo ������Ivon to  undorstand that although ho was In;  tho Wost ho could tako no llbdrtlos.  "So you ogo I. am not usod to pooplo  who loavo thoir thingH lying aa-o������ntl  oxpoctliai; mo to pick thoart upt" nho  coniltled to hian. Mo. McMiinaa. ofton.  tuvtd to mo, *No, any "afoar, certainly  not���������yoaa uxiHt aaot pick up al'tor aao.  you work too .hard as it is! So you see,  nover having to <kr it, I cannpt begin  now!"   - y  Young Mr. Doran assured her he  was quite accustomed to looking after  himself, and .having finished -his ineal,  he^made a neat, pile of his dishes, car-  ried^them to thd kitchen, 'set on a pot  of water to'boil, and declared that Mi*.  McMann had nothing on him in being  handy around the house.  Mrs. McMann .had picked the young  man for an agitator by a simple pro-  _. cess of reasoning. vV^hy should a SKLart  looking young fellowj who speaks well  and has..white hands, come to a coal  mine, even if he had a job at the pithead? It did not look reasonable. One  explanation presented Itself ��������� he_ had  come to make trouble. "Well, the mine  boss would not ba^able .to say that  she had hot told h-im, for it was her  intention to sound the warning note  without delay.  But when the next morning t!iis  young man carried out a whole tray  o������ dishes, piling them neatly on the  table, she decided it was ciuite unlikely that he had any malicious intent. There couldn't be muoh wrong  with a young" mail who carried dishes and sang "The Spanish Cavalier."  It took her right- back to Liincoin.  Why, iny ianu!!- she had sung at ones  herself < at a? school concert, her and  Lib'White; both of them dressed alike  in very flxy vdresses of that swell"'color  called ruddy gorier  ? ",..' y?<  Indeed, it was not marty days before  Mrs, McMann K&d decided that -Jack  fDoran was by far the nicest boarder  she had ever,had. Some people acquire popularity fby saying .ftlie: right  word; Jack Rprai?had won the lady's  heart? by judicious^ .aaid *tatere3-Eed lis-  tening. He really listened. When she  gaye.?������im' bullethg^ ^^a; move ��������� oar-iess  intimate /'nature*; o^ytheyy state. fof,.; hei*  heialth he listened.yWhen she told- hitn  what she dreamedy-of-when under _the  anaestlietib; ho ev^iiy asked questions.  ?A.nd he ������������������- did? not Retaliate by telling  her a word about yliinaself.y V  "'; Yoajang ; Mr. ; Bota:n" Was ' deeply * Im.':  pressed -whenpMrk.) Mciiap&fhinted-at  some dark. arid��������� niysteriOus disease  bravel^ borne: VT"ana dying on my  feet,'' she had' told. him;' "the second  day he was there,"but no one will know  it. till. I aria gone. It's my way. Its tho  proud Weekes way. I was a Weokes.  Cut me In inches if you like, I -will  never complain. Poor Mr. McMann often romiirked on St. ? *(Sirl, you*ro fa  wonder/ he often said���������-he was a? great  hand" to call me 'girl'���������-ho said I was  always just a girl to him." y  "But see hero, :Mrs.- McMann," protested .Tack, in real concern, "why  don't you get help here?'You're.'foolish to work se hard. You have plenty  to do when you do the cooking Goi  a girl to do the dining-room'work ���������  -there aro lots of girls who would be  glad of a job, for tlio suiumer anyway;"  "No. I've tried girls. They got lonesome, it's too far- from Jasper Avenue and the Alleu Theatre. I don't  know what's got into tho girls nowadays���������-they won't work������������������all tliey,  want to do is ,to primp. They can't  cook���������thoy won't learn.    They'll  dV  fully hidden, "f^ater -stood in puddles  on ^he one little street where the general store, the hotel, postoilice, mine  office, and boarding-house, sat side by  side all looking at the station, which,  because it belonged to a systean and  was not dependent bn focal caprice,  had walls of stone gray and a red roof.  So far as could be seen, not another  tin-of paint had ever gained a foothold  in Eagle Mines.  C������o Be Continued.)  Ghristr&a$  ���������S      ^*^r   BfV   Qm7  Sr   S"V <^V &  Till?   -f-MttaTW   MGfn?nM17  \  BABY HAS HAD  Is What Thousands Of Mothers  Say Of Baby's Own. Tablets  Once a mother has used Baby's Own  Tablets for her little ones she will use  nothing else. Experience teaches her  that they-are without an equal for relieving baby of any of the-many minor  ailments which afflict him at one time  or another. The Tablets never fail to  be of benefit���������they cannot possibly do  harm as they are guaranteed to be  free from all injurious drugs.  Concerning Baby's Own Tablets  Mrs. Russell Hill, Norwood, Oat.,  says:���������"I shall always have a goou  word to say for Baby's Own Tablets.  I have given thean to our "baby girl."  In fact they are the only medicine she  has ever had and I am proud to1 say  that she took second prize at our baby  show. She is eleven months old and  weighs 22 pounds. No mo th'er. whose  child is .peevish .or- ailing will make a  mistake in giving Baby's Own Tablets."  Baby's Own Tablets ��������� are sold by  medicine dealers or direct by mail at  2-5 cents a box from The Dr. "Williams*  Medicine Co., 35rockville, Ont.  Spend, this Christmas ovsfssas  with the Old Pesople. You'll  never regret it. Don't put off"  until nest yeskr. Who knows  what changes a year may-  bring? See a steamship agent  and snake youf reservation  to-day.  Round Trip from $155 up.  Children Half fare ��������� everything included.  Christrnds Sailings  From HAZsEFAS   -  T3ee.   S���������ANTON! A for Plymouth;  Havre and London.  Dec. 11-���������ATHENIA for Belfast,  i^iverpcoa and tiiasgow.  Dec 12���������ASCAJtlA for Plymouth,  Havre and L>oadon..  From ST. JOHN. N.B.  E>cc. 10���������ATHENIA for Eeifast;  Liverpool ond Glasgow.  "*----      -"    9^^    ���������*=r'_- -.7-,-������������������^  J^j|������������.  utiles ioi  CUMARD STEAM SHIP CO.. L.1M1TED  270 Main Street, WINNIPEG ,  Sitk Manufacturing  7 One oE the largest French silk manufacturing firms will establish a factory in Canada. The* jrlant will likely  be located in the St. Catharines district, Ontario. There,will be an Initial installation of from 30 to 35  looms and 40 hand������s will be employed.  Now the. God of hope ftll ypu with  alltjoy and. peace in believing; that* ye  may abound in hppe.^-^Homans^xvj; 13?  Ah! yet when all is thought "and' said,'  The heart still overrules the head; f  Still what we hoe we must believe,?  And 1*hat is given*u^ receive; V  Must still believe, fOr stilt, we hope,yy  That in ar world of large scope,  What here is faithfully begain  #Will bo completed, not undone.  ���������Arthur Hugh Clough.  All which happens .through the  worlds happens through hope. No  husbandman would sow a grain of  corn if ho did not hope it would  spring up and bring forth ? the ear.  How much more we are h.elpedt(,on by  hope in tho way to etornal life. ������������������-  -���������Martin Luther. y  8lmp3������ aaid Sure.   ��������� Dr.   Thomas'  Eclectdc Oil Is so sbnple in application that a phild can underataaid the  instructions. Used as a liniment the  only direction is to rub. and when  ubojlI as a dressing to apply. Tlao di-  roQtlojjs aro so plain and unmistakable thtit tlaey nro readily understooa  by young or old.    '  WAS SO NERVOUS  Sits SsridHT Os*" OH^A!Ti^  ed-UL-D HARDLY SLEEP  Mrs. Louise "RaglLn, Golden Lake,  Ont.������ writes:���������<1'Fot several years I  was ' greatly trembled with my heart.  I was so nervous and shor*iw ox -breath  I could hardly sleep at laight, and if  X.Vdid sleep for a whiio'I had-bad  ? dreams. '"   ���������  "I"managed to keep at any work,  somehow;-until I began to-'havo* dizzy  spells which- got. so .bad 3L had 'to givp  up*' "'I used many kinds.' of n?edi<Sine,  but fotand.rio help Until I got'a/tfpx of  "*    y"   ���������=- After tlao iirst 6 ox  I   found   a   great  chance-   and  after  two   boxes   I' was  as well as I could  ���������^bQ.v       ,  ^ ,      ,   .  '.dr-'-^'I^ toTld   my  mother,   who   had  choking: sensationaj  .^       .about    them    and  they helped- her greatly. **  Price 50c. a box,at all druggists and;  dealers, or am.ailnd direct on redeipt of  price oy xixs *x. Miiburn. Co., Limited,  Toronto, Oat.  ���������v;h*E^;RTy?  Tho custom' of calling Boston the  Hub comes from a saying by Oliver  Wendell Hohnes in his "Autociat of  tho Breakfast Tablo" that "Boston  StatohouRe is the hub of the solar system" Tho saying was corrupted to  "hub of the universe."  pond op. canned staa-ff whoai thoy got  married, and stavvp.- if, thoy lose thoir  cau openers. No I .Won't havo another."  "B ut there's lot of good ' gl rl s.  smart and tidy und all that." protested JUclc-  Aaid This Is Law  Connocticut has a windshield wiper  law which says nil .motor vehicles  except motorcyclos must, have windshield wipers. Albert Rubenatahl had  a truck but no windshield wiper. a������  a matter of fact thoro wits no wlna-  shleld. on tho truck to bo wiped. Thoro  was tho whidshieldiess truck , and  thoa'o waa tho .law. The law won.  '!Flvo|dollai*fl arid costs," said Judge  Doming in town court. Albert iaa in  tho mai'ket for a wipor.  Mlnard'a  Liniment for Chilblains.  "S" Is a dangerous letter In ai coa������-  trovorsy bgcnuso it tui-ns words into  swords.  fe?ftft,P:P/S  \Vj ....... ?,^-ii  Clieaperst Of All Oll8.~ConBldoriaag  tho qaialitlon of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlo  OU It h the choapesit of all prepanv  .ti6iiB ottered to tho public. It Is to bo  found in ovoa-y drug store In Cnnaida  froan coast to coast aaid all* country  merchants kteop It for actio. So, bolng  oantly pi'Pourablo and extremely mod-  orate 'In prlco no ono should bo  without a bottlo of it.  Ho: "1 had a wonderful timo at 3'oan*  paa*ty last night."  Sho*; "Why, I had no paa*t.y lnst  night."  Hot' "That no?*Wol1, bolloyo mo, I  waa at Homebody's party."  Industry ha born in a anan, but lazl-  noi'd Ih anqulred.       *���������  MlrnarM's  Liniment foa* Mourltlo  [CZEM  BUT OVER BODY  Could Not Do Any Work.  Hjpaled by Cuticura,  . "Eczema brofce out over any  handn, arms, feet and limbs aaid on  my body. It appeared Jn pimples  that itched -something awful, and  when I scratched, it caused the  trouble to spread. My arms and  limbo were covered with sore eruptions,  "Whenever my clothing rub-  jbed it, it would burn like nrc*.    1  I could not do any work.  J '* I rfml on advertisement for Ctitl-  cura Boup and Ointment and tteut  for a free aai*np1e. I purchased one  cake of Soap and one box of Ointment and within a month I waa  healed." (Signed) F.W. Simmons,  Tawatlnaw, Alta.. Oct. 4, 1020.  Rely on Cmlcura Soap and Ointment to keep your skin .clear,  ft*r������t>U Vn*'k **m Vjr 'M*U., Adilrj������ Ctnulian  a*������. Uljitm*i������t m **S B0������. T*lctini Mm.  aww������   mvf*.. THE   CISES-yOK   K35V1J5W  QCSlI EL  &Vl%m?SV*\!k:  I  Mr. Janaieson of the Aran  of Moss-  ���������    *:~.^,  Hay ~Fch6 Sai^s���������12 tons Brst class  alfalfa,, spot cash. A, Stewart Evans  Camp Lister. ,"���������  Dan Burkhart, a former resident of  Creston. is renewing acquaintances an  town this week.  Mrs. Schrailer of laimberton is a  Creston visitor this week, a guest of  Mrs. E. P. Long.  For Sale���������Nice young cow, to  freshen immediately, moderate price.  C. Blair. Canyon.  For Sax.e���������1923 jr.odeS^ touring  Chevrolet, in good shape. Apply Mrs.  G. J. Bayle, Ci'eston. - ���������   ���������  FOR Saxje���������Pathe table phonograph  and stbout, 20 records, in good condition.    P. R. Truscott. Creator.  B. Phillips as about the last of the  prairie harvesters to return frona  Alberta.    He arrived  on  Friday last.  Miss Olwen Evans  of Cranbrook is  New York, was a batsiness visitor here  thas week.  .ksa.     ...4  Mrs. Parker* who has been  extended vtsit' with her mother, Mrs.  W. Morrow, has returned to her home  in Or.tf.sic     ' ,.-���������'���������  Miss Eva? Bolton and Miss M. Ben-  ney arrived froaaa Kimberley at the  ei.d of .the week, and . are guestQ^at  their home&> here.  Art Hurry is just hack from the  Strathnaore**, Alberta, district, where  heV has been foa* the harvest��������� -' and  threshing seasons. $  For Sai^:���������Half do^h purebred  Whatf Leghorn cockerels, from 250 to  300-egg    hens,    @3   apiece. "Dad"  Browell, Canyon. _-=���������������������������'  B. C. Mutual Benefit Association.  ���������Th������*ce.'are a few. vacancies and forms,  a nd i pf or snail on can be h ad from P.R.  Triiscott, Oreston.  Pa*esbyteriuan Ladies' Aid bazaar and  tea -in Trinity Church fertssEsaonfc to������  morrow (Saturday) afternoon, from  3 to 5.30 O'clock. Needlework, cnok-  ��������� SiHt ciinay^ uovsiuiss, bassets, etc.  On December Viet milk prices at  Creston will^Jb^������dvHnced to 15 cents a  quart fovSvejHsej*-??unii IS cents for the  Holstem;  I* ������&'������ ' ''  **������****&'   ^<  '^hM^cessfve  cost of? win-  VUkO ir*������*i������������S LIjT.      9**.'**    #��������� 1*. *H  ������*****������g^tf..*tj<*jm**t*=/    a.*^*     vwy  ffriai  PL U\%  ~^ja       '-*.kV  uiai -CJvunts!  g  ���������  ���������S8������ ">���������"��������������� e������*������������j������������  '-������ ^lamuwi. ..-|     Miss A. Doyle  of Creston  Growers*  spending the week in Creston, a guest j staff. spent a fpw days at the end  of  of her grandnaofchea*, Mrs. M. Young.  Christ Church Committee bridge  drive at the Parish Hall to-nrght. with  cards at S prompt. Admission is 50  cents*  Christmas ta-ees are *>n the shipping  last this week, Dong Barney making  fche initial shipment to Taber, Alberta,  buyer.  Mass McClure arrived  Winni  peg, Man., on Taieeday and is a visitor  with    Mr.   and    Mrs.   Jas.   Cook     at  present. *,  R. B. Staples arrived from Kelowna  on Tuesday for a few days* stay on  Creston Growers, Limited, business.  Estimates in tee Okanagan are to the  effect that the 1927 crop wall be at  least 30 per cent, lighter than 1926.  the     week     with    her-    sister,    Mrs.  Donneau,fat Fernie.  The ta oaat season closed on November 15th, Owe to so much unfavorable  weather the past eight months tho  1927 take Of ti out was light.  Volunteer wpi*k the last two or  three Wedneaday afternoons has put  the curling rink in shape foi* freezing,  -and with the advent of: coad ��������� w.eatii'er.  the roarin' game will get off to an  enrly start. ?���������?  The 1*828 conference of the Women's  Institute of Kootenay-Boundary will  be held at Creston. This gathering  was staged hert/abo ait sax years ago  arid was very expeditiously handled  'by the Institute ut that time.  Mass Johnson, who owaas the raneh  along the K.y* on Which Cieston's  first-ever hotel bhildiaig was. destroyed  by fire last sutEHucr while oecaapied -by  the Btarnett fuftiiiy, is having erected  a (-oiiimodiops ������9 x SO ft. one-and-a-  hatf story residence to replace the  burned stauacture.  And listening to any rtadlo set you can instantly detect superiority or  infepioiuty "of performance.    We invite yoai to" judge  KOLSTER RADIO  on this impartial, basis. We are satisfied that Koltttet* superiority, its  aaaaazin^ uu&lisy of &ones lb**, hair line selectivity, the i-enisirkable euae  with wtiicn it brings in distant stationer-. Its ainipljcity and ease of  operation will be so marked eyen When it is conspHred with sets costing  much more that yoai will recognize it at once: We urge .you to make  it a point to have a Kol&ter demonstration before baying a  radio set.  ������  I  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   &���������    SViAXWELl  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BV GSSOLiNE  THE RESXAI^L. STORE  ^���������feS.  uonsTniss  st  ARgiioari Ghsircr! Servious  SUNDAY, NOV. 27  CRESTON���������7.30 n.m.  i  CATTLE ISTRMT  Came to the premises of the undersigned about November* 16th, man  cow. O wner can have same on prov-  ing property and paying all expenses.  D. LBAKMONTH.ICreston.  Strayed Iron, the^spi-eaaaises*. of the  undersigned black t^so-yea? old hpgffer  showing stVain nf tJersey, horns, no  brands, notch in left ear. jReward for  information leading to recovery. H.  YOUNG, Cisnyon.    ..  Creston teachers wall have but ten  days* Christmas vncntinn this year.  School is due to close Decelhber 22nd,  and wi!! re-open J������mi.ariy 3rd.  H. G. Greenwood., ununager of the  Crestop sub-central of the Associated  Growers is a b������si.ne*ss visitor nt Ne!st*n  thts week, leaving ������.������n Tuesday.  Boyd & Craig, who have the contract for the sidewalk extension on  Barton Avenue to the' Repsonaer residence, have the job completed.  Mr.   and   Mrs.  Noroian   Strong   of  Spokane  were  weekend  visitors here  with   his?"  parents.   Mr. and  Mrs  Geo.  Strong, of the Commercial Hotel.  *  Cow For Sale���������Purebred Holstein  cow*, six years old, -will freshen the last  week in November, price right for  qwiek sate.    W. H. Hilton. Creston.  ?������������% ��������� ^nd mr*s= Liesiie Xlmnfipna of  Spokane are spending n couple of  week's vacation with. the* former's  parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Tinamont*.  Donald   Young ������nd   Fred   Burnett,  If ������ny point in the Vrtlley wants a  prtmlng school ���������?������r"r������HcHtioE** -fin? sa^faie  should be made to??E. C. Hunt district  horticulturist. Nelson, not later than  Noveiubea* 30th, F������ir the three-day  school the cha.rge is SI pea* person,  takiaag the instnaction, and no school  unless eight sign tap.  Guy Constable speait the Urst three  days of the week nt Bonners Fera-y  accumulating a mass of information  on the productive qualities of the  dyked lands in Idaho, which may be  needed as evldehce at the hearing of  Ca*eston Keclnumtion Company's application at Nelson next Tuesday.  Sis*, and Mrs. T. C. Dackson nt** Slaving a visit fa-otii their eldest son,  Aa-thur Joseph Dickson and his bride,  nee Miss Helen Rae Beards of Vatax-  hall. Alberta, who were married at  Taber United Chui-eh on November  loth, by Rev. GVH. Villett. and who  will be making a few weeks" visit tti,  Creston.  Finding' themselves cramped in  their present quarters in the Mallandaine building, Creston Masonic ?Lodge  Two Albums with over ISO Designs t& choose  rrom with your own Personal Greeting  Now is the* time to order these.    Come in today.  CRESTON  R 5 ill at i  GEO. BE* ELEIJL?3r  fl,  -f  uresiosi oarr  R. A. COW3FOBT  Due  the   steady  advance  in  cest of all lines of feed, I am  compelled to raise Milk  prices, which from December 1st will be as follows :  MILK  JERSEY���������8 Quarts for $1,2-0  HOLSTEIN��������� 10Quarts,$1.10  CREAM  Pint..... 30c    ^-Pint.. ��������� 15c.  whohavge been with the hsrvesfrand J .-^ takt.n a lease of their old quarters  thieshang crews an   Alberta the past  in  tbe sp^rs" Hall^ Wild areVnow  at  three  months, are home for the winter..  Owing to imclement weather   last  visit  the photographer wi!! return t������  Creston   Hotel for one day only, Mon  day. November 28th, weather permitting.  1'he prairie is st������!l having a rathea'  prolonged Novern ber cold spell. In  the last two weeks the westbound  train has not been on tame more than  twice.  For the Advent season commencing  Sunday Rev. S. Newby announces  three adresses on "The-significance of  the second coming of Christ" at Christ  Church.  r  THE  GERONA  Finiahed Sn Walnut.    Hei������bt 37  inches.      Width 19$ inelaeaa.  Depth 21 iaaohes.  $115.00  Thifl in your invitation to hear  tho Now Brunswick Gerona  Panatrope whioh I have in  Htook. Bold on -easy pay-  men tfa. iCibll in and hear  Ua wonderful tone qualitioe.  Vti/B #\L   *f%Jf *">tLfl   D JfLi  m     XvAJT&,  S������  hJV/ASl  Wanted���������Uesponsable paarty woas3d  lake to*bori*ow $2000 at 8 per cent.,  giving first mortgage on S0-������.cre ftuiit  furm as security. Write Box 27,  Review Office.  The weather still conramies wet and  gloomy���������and mild. For the mildness  the villagers are particularly gratefail  fts Oreston is in'the grip of *������, coal  shortage at present'.  J. C. Martin has been  nvvni-ded  the  contract of supplying Oreston  school  with  its   winter   fuel   saipply   in  the  4-foot length, and T, Harris will sup  ply the sixteen inch fuel.  Miss Lyda Johnson was at Cranbrook on Tuesday for the graduation  exercises at St. Eugene Hospital,  where Miss Ruby "Lister received her  diploma as registered nurse.  Von Salk���������Heavy bobsleigh, $80.  Also 4-ynjir old horse, sound aand  gontlo, ,$50, or would Ifjt out for keep  to tesponaible party until Fehraanry  15th.    John Qaraeld, Creston.   *  (5" Boley, relief lineman on tho  government telephone -ayfltfrn. is here  for a couple of weeks in chargo in the  abHi������n<*<������ of lineman Harry Crosby,  who la holidaying nt Spokane.  At.   tli<-    Kootenay-Boaandary   Wo  amon'B Inntitute cohferenco at   Kaslo  Ifisl; week Mrs. OherHngton was named a representative on tho committee  on iuBtltiate Work and Methods.  O'Noll anil Lewis, #tho Calgary,  Aiiicrtu, cattle buyers, loaded out  another ciar of cattle at Creuton oaa  Monday. It w������b mostly from tho V,  It. Hurry rtineh at Woat Creston.  L. N. Leumy in making good on hie  gravel haul for the village Btreotfi,  With fmar tfnnraw he i������ ava'rnging  jaast a tittle laettnr than 80 yard* ahilly  good work contildea*lng the shitpe rontltt  are in aat prcntuit.  wOi-k" fitting i������ "up ?f6r their own ex  elusive use. It will be officially  opened on installation night, December 2?th. -",  Twelve tables of.*players were on  hand Wednesday, night fos* lhe first of  the season bridge drives for Women's  Institute members and their escorts?,  with the high score prizes going to  Mrs. B. DrifHl and C. H.. Hare, while  the consolation teophiea were awarded  Mrs. A. Manual and'.Mrs, McOdnegal.  There was a very sumptuous lunch,  and all I'eport an equally firae tinae.  President C. F. Hayes and vice-  president Geo. Johnson will attend  the session of the international Waterways Commission at Nelson next  Tuesday, when Creston Reclamation  Company's application "for a perriiit to  erect its dykes will be heard by the  international adjudicators an such  matterra. It now seems definitely  assailed thait no objections wiU be  raised by Idaho people..  Chiropractic J  The force which saipplies life to all  patfts of the body comes fsosii th������  brain.  That force flows through the  nerves to the cells.  These nervals leave the brain  a^hroiagh the spinal cord..  The Bpinal cord goes down throaagh  the neural canal of the spinal col-  aimn, '.,. *  Tho ppimil colunan is made of 28  movement BL'gme.nts of bone vertebrae."  Betweep tho verteba-ao are small  openings throaagh v.'hlch the trunks  of spinal nerves naeb but.  When a veitebrae gets out of its  proper portion thefao openln������������s aa������e  elcased, canning a paesotire upon the  nerves, shutting off the life force,  causing the tissue supply to weaken  and remain no longer at eaacrtiut at  dta-easc.  The Chiropractor adjustai the  misaUgncd vcrtebi'ae 'allowhag the  force to How through the. nerve  again, and Natnre doea tho rest.  Those winhirig  to  take advantage of  Chltopractio when  (t ia' convenient  alio laid   do  so  now  aaiuy'wtay in  Creston Is limited.  Cl E|i|TT8|l| fl fi   ph f!  B Ho ifll E I Ulvf EJivif rill lis  L-AMONT BL.D&.  NICVV HOUlca-CIowii.1 Waadncodivy aaitl  B<ia,aaatlay nftornootiH.  3 HGALTM IS WEALTH  &  WHERE IS YESTERDAY'S  sODAY is Tomorrow's Yesterday  ���������that loose change^ those bills In  your pocket, will still be yours tomorrow if you bank them Today. A hahd-  fu! of silyer saved every pay day will  amount to many dollars in a year/s  time.  Begin today���������or nestpay 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 of the bank wiU give you painstaking and dependable service.  fm  Creston Branch  C-W. ALLEN, Mgr.  Do Not Lose Interest  savings*  -by   delaying   ������b   deposit  your  IW'  ������w������*a  send your deposits by mail  casasaot   visit aia  peseonally,  Have  the satisfaction of knowing that your  money   is   safely   protected jpuoad   is  earning interest regularly* P.tm  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $2O,OOOj00O  , Reserve Fund $20*000,000  Creston Branch  R. J. Forbes, M-acaaKer  a     ElUtlll'  11/117 A X   AifCaO<PU A NTQ  *VjtM-fi/-V 1       1*2*11*^^*2.* rn.il. A O  i:, vp ������������������'���������    ��������� ���������' 'vv, .'i i1   ' ??:;rr,i'i>11 iff*;1';:?;''ivg  }TRY OUK  tohAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE'  An economical dish, easy to eerve,  Shantroch Brand HAImt BAC���������jN ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties,  Lhaiemnt BEEh, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  m\Jm *\h*0 Mm w���������. ml  *w Im-Jt tBm  W d** st-j0 .mr^*m Jm ������#        Wk     ^- -Jm H <ttw Ht,u*t  J*    Ji Wk   mm Jt      mk^Jm ***J^mmi,mm'  InereaHoa egg production aiml producea hotter poultry.    Buy tho berat.    I  '3  fa  m  ���������k  ���������*���������!  fj  4  m  Sffi  ssmmsMsax

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