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 ^      J-fcr*-*1-  ���������\ ��������� -.,  z-                                  *-*" \ r   ���������    ���������** '         **  ��������� . ^-".^: ���������  ���������*     j- A-7*  "  -   ^'ij1  t-        \Z$PJlP>.  '��������� tS&Jf V '_ '**' i$&  ���������a*  j"                  '-^-t^:  /'J2T  1 - f  J  *   -  -       -   *-\  Provincial Library ������pj gg  /  g^  VOU  ���������������T-'S"mS'  CRESTON, B.C., ^BXBAC DECEMBER 2, 1927  No. 43  uranec  Society Formed  "***jr  Little has been done In the past to  promote social activities and entertainment during tha sense ������?Sates  months, but recently a group of  Greston's young people met and deeid  ed to form a live organisation. 'With  htts of talent in the Valley it baa been  decided to put on some genuine, full  fledged three-sick plays, operettas and  entertainment*?. Officers were elected  as follows:  ���������   President���������B. Maxwell.  Vice-preaident���������Beth Putnam.  Secretary���������O. A. Mittun.  Treasurer���������Irene Huscroft.  Various plays were brought up for  discussion and it was finally decided  that "Home Acres", would be ihe first  offering, and work sssmediately began.  Characters were picked to take the  various parte and now that the rehearsals have been taking place for  several nights the Community Players  as tne ������>rg������iuisatjon is kt>aw������, feel safe  in announcing the first play for the  holiday w������*ek.  The effort o* the Community Play-  errs is certainly one in the right direction and the Review hopes the  patronage extended "Home Acres'  will be such that the club will -go  aheak with the preparation and production of others.  plapt. He wais showing some Vancouver people the district as well as  the pre cooler.  . Sincere sympathy is esgt-ended O. J.  Wigen in the heavy bereavement due  the death of Mrs. Wigen, which oc-  eured on- Thursday evening last, at  "mm? advauceu ������gs s������ 76 years. Tfe������  funeral took place on Saturday to  Creston cemetery, and was largely  attended,  The toys metst the United Church  on Monday night, gist, to organise  Tbe Trail Mangers, and elected the  following officers: Mentor���������Rev. J.  Herdman. Chief ranger���������������*swis Abbott. Sisfc-chiaf���������B= Benedetto Treasurer���������Whitfield Abbott. Scribe���������  Oswald Payette. The boys agreed the  group should be named North Star  Camp.  Reserve Deckled  Reel&igiafioi* Case  Judgment   reseryect    This   waa  the deoisioti of  the* International  atsrwayet     Commission  tMxntm  xsr.  "WW  W. V* Jackson was a business visitor at Nelson  a few days early this  week. x-..  52; s. P. P Hss-ie wss   ������   visitor   last'  week with her daughter. Mrs, Patina!,  BtY-thk.  Mr. Sanford of St&veley, Alberta, is  an Erickson visitor at pi esent, a guest  of his daughter, Mrs. Hn-y Telford.  Brickson has had a visit this week  front Mr. Whitson of Cranbrook, who  Is cwering this territory with the  ffes*������!eigis products.  which, gat &t Nelson on Tuesday to  hear   the   application   of  Creston  Heeianiatioii    Qosnfefany..   Limited.  for  permission  to erect <3ykes and  all other works in. order to reclaim  the   8500   aorea   situated . within  Unit  No. 1  of   their   reclamation  project s*b Creator---covering   the  area east  of  E^ootahay River and  running  north  front  Cres on to a  {mint just about opposite Wynndel.  ,     The commission, which is  made  j up of three  Canadians aud  three  Americans  were   in  session   until  Idaho v.ithoutS consulting the  waterways commission, there mnab  lie no undue delay in coming to a  decision. One of the U.S. commissioners waa so taken with the fair**  ness oF the Cseston -proposition  that he * urged ' the Reclamation  Cosa-pany to at once proceed with  eheir worka and he a-ssured that  the decision would.|ae favorable.  Curlers Re-Elecf  Henderson^ Mead  The annual meeting of Creston  Curling Club, which was held at the  town hall on Friday night, waa very  ^aE-gaSy att^sded asd e������t-fe������s*tasm ran  nicrn   US.   SsnSlTLZZf&lfSrt   wSS-j  i.ii.ireserwi������������g5 luugu^cnu  ~_������. ���������������������,  m  mgi& ,���������*!������ c-o-ssesKos ^*!th rp**-������s.* tsause  sictivities during the cosaisig winter.  JRret������klent Br. Henderson was in the  .ehahv~ -  Treasurer M. H. Joyce presented a  sutrplus of $10, after paying all 1627 expenses, which included the purchase  of several pairs of hew rocks, which  were requited with the erection 65 the  state department they felt sure tnejit^o^heet rink a year ajgo* ras w-eli as  mission set no date for a further  sitting but all members strongly  believed that when a copy of tlie  evidence  taken   was' read  by   the  objection would be withdrawn, and  once such notice of withdrawal was  received the commission would  re  assemble  and  make  the   required  order.  I  However, if no  notice of with>  5  p.m,,   when      opportunity    wasldmwal  ifi fori^,,,-^ within tbo  next few   weeks  the  chairman of  the commission stated the secretary  Rev. J. Heaty, who has had charge  ���������of a church at Himberiey, is on a visit  f&mer Ringheira is the laat of the Iat his home here.  local army of harvesters to^ get back!    MrmHnd    Mrs>    Arthur     Oicfcsan,  from the prairie, arriving iaafc veee*. ] whose mHJrringe ^^ pBace atTalsr.  given all parties on both sides of  the line to present objentioais to the  proposed works.  Only one objection was registered and at. was? froes 'the Secretary  of State . of Washington, which  asked that a decision be not given  uniil they had had further time to  study just what effect the works  K*ti{*;ht have on U=*S������ interests.  It waa most satisfactory to the  Reclamation Company to have the  responsible _ officials from Idaho  testify    that   that   state   had   no  of atate ���������o^!d be notified that he  must appear early in 1928 to argue  tlie objee&iaira. in order that the  Reclamation Company oan get on  with its works without any unnecessary delay.  C. B.   Garland     of    Q'&hea &  objection   to  the  project, and evi    wWMmt br|agis.g forward any evi  Miss   Rdna   Davis,  who  has  been Alberta, last   month; were  weekend \dettCe   *������  sustain   this ^ declaration U0nce tb  ^y'fa^i-i^'wlth'her ������latery^t^ St^*������n^^ ���������jr^ | -gia^ut^pf Mr. and. Sirs. S.J3������,  tnrned-Sast week. ,_���������:        V���������','"*,    *-������-.-���������->.-������������������  Mes^ Slegv Cornwall and son, of  HiondeS, ������s������ vssisns^ with her parents,  Mr. and Mrs, Davia.  Hiss Flett, teacher of Division 2 of  Wynndel school, spent the -weekend  - with her -parents at Cranbrook.  Jack and Neil Crane left on Saturday for their home, near Toronto,  Ontario. ���������  The C.G.I.T. work in enmection  with the United Church has been re-  organized for the season under the  direction of Miss Olga Hagen. This  year's officers are: President���������ASiee  Davis. Vice-president���������Bertha Gillette. Secrefcaiy���������- Mary . Abbott.  Treasurer���������-Ellen Hagen.  Wynaaue>.Siiad a call oss ^casiesdsyi  from R. H. Gale of Vancouver* Liberal  candidate in the last election, atad  through whose"efforts a saibatantlal  grant was made for the pre cooling  wwssghfc  6BI.NDTIIEJ.tRE  SATURDAY, DEC.  BEBB DANIELS in  You must meet her in this  clover    Comedy    Special  with the dash of adventure  and ohnrm of romance.  COMEDY  "Monty oHhe Mounted"  CONBAB NAGrBL and  CLAIRB WIN08OB  in their latest Comedy hit  ������*  TIM'WATS'  99  Tm!;c m tri^ ttr *h-> Ibhlw*; *ht\ land  of wlno hnd sawerkrawt, with  tho Army ������rOoaupatlcsBi, .-Juliet  in distross and Borneo in a tin  hat.    A   Comedy  you   wwn't  Miss BtU en Heap was uonae for tbe  weekend from Cranbrook, where she  is attending school this term. -  Jas. Wilson of the Atbara Granite'  Works, has   spent   several   days at  Creston the past week supervising the  last of the season's monument earec  tions in the Creston cemetery*  "Mrs. Denzil Maxwell of Cranbrook.  S was ������v visitor here   a! few daya  last  week with Mrs. Whiteside.   At present 4,-Red" is working on tbe switch.  Harold Cam arrived home the lattei  part   of   the   week   from    southron  Alberta, where he has been working  at harvest and tli&"eah������ng? for the gmtat  three months.  Mrs. North and her guest. Mrs.  Auckland were Friday visitors with  Cresion friends. Mr. und Mrs. Loasby were weekend guests of Mr. ana  Mrs. Hayes at CreBtnn.  Word has just reached Sirdar that  Bill Goodman, former night operator  here. Is now on the commercial operating staff of the Western Union at  Salem. Oregon.  ���������  B3. J. Brawn Is now In chargn of thn  slip at the fbandlng, replacing Bob  Quinn, who lb tasking aatn extendetl  vaontion this winter at Chicago, and  will rejoin tine MeCabe B. & B. cs-ow  on bis return.  Mr. and Mara. Geo. Mawson were  motor visitors here on Friday last,-*,  guests off Mr. and Mra. Loasby,  C.P.tt. Supt. Flett and Engineer  Robert won waro hern on Friday making inHpectiona at Kootenay liaindlng.  1028 aipproprinttonn are now being  made up and some Improvements tire  expected to be Included In next year's  work for tho Landing yuiil.  "J. M, Heal, tbe new weatom general  manager of the C^P.W. went charough  8is*<lar Bin Sals c������*r attached*to an east-  bound freight on Baturduy. This Is  his lirst call since hU appointment  Everyone ta Invited to the basa&aar  and sale of avoilc tho Ladlea" Auxiliary  of the Community Hall committee ure  having at the. ������achoolhouse on Batur-  day evening, December 8rd,  Death of Mrs. O. J.  | was given by J. C; Vernon off Bon |to jeopMdiae a  ners Ferry, ai������ ^ei^tneer  who- haa-'  supervised    construction   of' more  than half the drainage districts on  the Idaho side.  J. C. MaoBonald, conftptroller  of  water rights, Victoria was present,  and  stated  the   department .was  very aaisio-us to see ^he work  proceeded  with and assured that any  conflict there might be as between  interesta in British Columbia would  be amicable adjusted by provincial  water board.  Lome A. Campbell, manager of  the Weat Kootenay Power and  Light Company, and R. C. Crowe,  solicitor for the Consolidated Mining & Smelting; Company, frankly  stated they had no objections.  Neither had the federal public  works department, which has  charge of navigable streams, nor  the department of Indian affairs.  Probably the most satisfactory  feature to the hearing was the outspoken opinion of the American  commissioners that in view of the  fact that lauds had been dyked   in  much equipment for the new building.  Last season there were 48 members.  The balance sheet was adopted with  little discussion, and the following  officers were then elected 'for the  ensuing seasons  FresideBt-=Dr. '������. B* Henderson.  V������ce-pr������sadeat���������H. W. McLaren.  Secretary-trfcjisurer���������M. ������L Joyce.*  Chaplain���������Bev. W. G. Greer.  Auditor���������J. B. Forbes. ���������  Executive���������W. Prases, 8. A. Speers.  H* S, McOrrath.  Beferees~-M. J. Boyd. W. JT. Craig.  Ice committee���������EL McLarea, C. W.  Allan, Doif. Weir.  The objective of tbe club this year is  60 members, and the membership fee  was cut from $12.50 to $!Q. vsstb  December Sth sab as the last day for  a^eceiving applications for membership.  It was also decided to have a couple  of pairs of club socks a?ent to fwe"anor*  for re-giindint^, and whes* ts.���������So ara  conditioned the club is splendidly  equipped for curling stones.  The meeting agreed-upon election of  ,, , .      ,     ������ ""I skips by ballot, limitinc*; the selection  t wobld m the least tend 1 to fcwelvef ^lth additional ones to be  favorable   decision,   chosern,, at another meeting if required.  Mr. Garianrlf^a'-'as^-^^  mented by the chairman   on  the  CGaBpstsni way th^ease waa h*sad-  ted  and  was  also pleased  snnch   unanimity eprevailed  aa  the  projeot  iaijuring no oue   and  being  of  such   tremendovs benefit  to the Crestoa District.  r+ ��������������� _ _ j   * r������   utannuu, iu rumenjr  Of  -m jT< jv..w^   I Jl  ied the case for the Beciamation  Company in masterly fashion, getting before the eomtKiission ail tbe  facts  favorable  to the application  uimi SO  to  wear.  3t     'W      <1w>i<.  m.   wv. vrSig;  Sate -arooNnsMiSdier  M. J. iBoyd, John Wood, AKJPalmir,  Dr. Hender8on*i H, W. McLaren;  Ray  CrS^svS. MSpeers^ RevB "W.J. Greer.  d. Jtfi. &iare.  DoIT.  and Mr R. Joyce.  The rink has had. all th������ rxi  tail fising and is in shape to put on  the wnter just as soon as the weather  takes a ,turn for the colder. The  season is to open with the usual series?  of games between rinks representing  the president and vice-president.  The   annual Meeting of  Creston  Volunteer  Fire Brigade  will be held in th������  3TIREHAIX< CRESTON  #^ VMfPW*,**  at BIGHT p.*n.  Election ot%  Wantkd���������Uewptnii-lbitj party -would  like  to  borrow ������jWO0 at fl per cent.,  Sriving lirst mortgage on BCMiore fruit I  arm   mm   *ecnrlt,y.    Write   Box  VflA  Review Offtce> |  OiticoiB  will be  ,fAftt,5nca*.  MATT. YORK,  Fire Marshall.  Creston Valley lost one of its pioneer  and highly respected citls^ns em  Thursday, November 21th srhen death  claimed Laura Jane, beloved wife off  O. J. Wigen of Wynndel, at the (quite  advanced age of 70 yeaara.  Deceased . was a Wvnndel resident  prior to the building of the Crows  Nest Pass Hallway, arriving there  from Trail about thirty years ago,  previous to which time they had  resided in Dakota, to which state tbey  migrated from Norway.  The funeral took place on Saturday  with eervicw in St, Paul's United  Ohuaroh with Kev. J. Herdman officiating. Tlaere was a, very large .turnout  of citizens to pnya last tribute of re  spect, and in his brief addreui) the  roaster spoke it. feeling terms of the  estiuanble qualities of deceased as  wife, mother* friend and neighbor.  The remains were taken to Creston on  the noon train where interment took  place In Creston cemetery, ai large  concourse from both , Wynndel and  Creston assembling fur the buri.il  rites, and W, J. Cooper, John Bathie,  Carl Wigen, Peter "Andestaid and  Victor Carr officiating as pallbcarero.  Tbe esteem In which the late Mro.  Wlgon wmh bold waia further shown in  a weatlth of floral tributes.  Although deceased hatd nut enjoyed  robust health for wo me time past, the  Illness thait carried her off was ot less  than two weeks duration and not very  mapy were aware she Stoutt ne Howdy  111 In conaH^uonce of which her paas-  1n������ rjOfirtvH an a gieat fhock and in  their heavy bereavement ber life  partner and the family haive tbe very  sincere sympathy of all.  Mrs. Wigen la survived, by her hue  band, two sisters, U.m. P. Andoataul off  Wynndel, and Mrs. V. Carr of Alice  Sidlngt a son, Moutad W]j*e������, and  daughter, Mrs. O. Ogllvle ol Wynndel,  Htm* *.*.-**> tfi\MCL&..l������r'zr.t ������-*������������������<* <*������������d  Klmer Huscroft ������*nd Gordon Ogllvle.  Those Bowdlaag floral tributes were  Mrs. Paul Hagen, Mr. and Mrs. Victor  Johnson������ Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Rodgers,  Mr.  and  Mrs. Sam  Moon,  Wynndel  Cooperative fc'ruit Growers Associa.  tion, Mr. and Mrs. tS. Butterfleld and  family,   Mr. and Mrs.  W. J. Cooper,  Mr. and Mrs. It. Andestad, Mr.  and  Mrs* Matt. Hagen, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.  Allan,    Mr.   and   Mrs.  To wbo n   uuH  family, Mr. and   Mrs. Carl   Wigen.  Sprays���������Mr. and Mrs. Jaa, Cherrlng-  ton,  Mr. and Mrs. Victor  Carr, Mr.  and Mrs. Klius Uri, Mr. aud Mrs. 3. 3.  Grady,  Mr. and   Mrs.   B. Andestad*  Mr. and Mars. Wood  and family, Mr.  and Mrs. R. Uri.   Stars���������Mr. and Mrs.  P. Andestad and family, John Wigen.  Orescent-���������Mr. and   Mrs.  B. Hlndley,  Caose���������Mr.   and   Mrs.   H. <f. Irvings  There   uere  also   some  others from  which the cards had become detached.  alive Sons  of Canada  WILL HOLD AN  Organization Meeting  in the PABISH HALL.  CRESTON  (wroathaiH Jehu Kuaorofft and fawiaily, |  at EIGHT p,m.  AU elegible are invited to  attend or joiwu  Teams from Cranbrook and  Kimberley will  bo here. jggss. bjsyxiw; DBEStotfiL. ? B,;y fl.  Cuticura Eatlis  ., Teach Lyoiir ehiluScii tui Uoc GuiieuX������^3pap  because it"is best for their tend^������Wna-i  Assisted by occasional applications of  Cuticura OinttQent tofirst signs of irritation or dandruff, it keeps the^kinand  scalp clean and healthy. Cuticura Tal-  \ -cum is cooling and soothing. ?,.,.  Bskiopl, EtMjb'riea by Midi. Address Canadian Depot:  "Btat&osa*, ZiM.,' Montr***.." Price, Soap 26c. Oiatr  BasKt*2fi and EOe. T������acum 26c;  ]ggB&*' Cttticvtej Sfcaviag Stick 2Se,   ,  Promoting-H^  The subject of ibimiga-atioh is creating widespread interest tlirdligltoi.it  Canada. ' The newspapers are full of it,, churches and ovgajiizjuions ol all  kinds are discussing it, Governments,-Federal aaafl. Provincial, are deeply  concerned about it. In particular, there ts much debate as to -ayhether Canada  is. securing the number of Bi'itish-born immigrants in proportion to the  number ot foreign-born essential to a proper assimilation of the latter and  tlie maintenance of Ba*itis3i ideals, customs and institutions in this ]>omlnion.  Bait.' how many'people who become greatly wrought-up over the alleged  lack of Ba*itish settlers gave more than a passing thought to lo3ses in oiaav  ������'aaadian-boi*n population which could be prevented if they and others would  but exercise the necessary caution. Last year, for example, according to the  Canadian Social Hygiene Council, based on careful study by expert slat is-'  ticians a,nd investigators, the total number of infant deaths in Canada was  greater than the entire imnaiga-ation from the British Isles.  "Why, it may well be asked, go to so much trouble and expense to bi*ing  - in people and assist them to become established in. this country -while.at-the  same time neglect Those sample: precautions which -would, result in saving the  iives of babies iai our Canadian homes? It is because of ignorance on the part  of people and indifference resulting from such ignorance.  Since the war the. Canadian Hed Cross Society has conducted a persistent  campaign for "the impr-ovement of health, the prevention of disease, and the  mitigation of suffering" -with tho slogan "AH for health; health for all," but  with equal vigor sought to arouse and acquaint people -with the facts relating  to the great white plague- For three years past, research wOrkei-s of the  Canadian Social Hygiene Council have studied the statistics dealing with  preventable disease ancl are now about to embark on a Dominion-wide - campaign of education in an effort to secure the active interest and co-operation  of tlie people of Canada.  As a result of the Council's research work- they have ascertained that  almost fifty per cent, of present-day illness is not necessary. It has been  shown that, in Canada, there are 180,000 people ill each day and that, there-  '-*���������>-'.- ������������������-'"'��������� *" - - ,  tore, one-half pf these, or nearly one per cent, of our total population, is  continuously ill unnecessarily. It is estimated thatNibe total cost of illness to  the Dominion of Canada each year equals 75 per cent, ot the Federal Government's total expenditure during 1924, or  $270,000,000.  This is by no means all. It has been established that preventable illness  is the cause of a great many social problems with which, at first glance, it  anay seem to have no connection. Preventable illness brings preventable  death and preventable d^eath breaks up the home. These research, workers Investigated the question ot juvenile delinquency and found that a large proportion of the cases coming to the juvenile courts came~from. homes disrupted  hy preventable death. Preventable", death brought poverty : in its train  and poverty resulted in improper living conditions and provided .a breeding  groaind for more preventable disease which in turn led to' more preventable  deaths.   It is a vicious circle, resulting in enormous suffering and- loss.  The most encouraging feature at present is the fact that the Doaninion's  leaders in business, finance and industry are awakening to a realization that  health is ji business problem; that they and their companies, their ernpioycea  and their assistants, are now footing colossal bills as a result of unnecessary  illness. Aside from the humanitarian aspects of the problem, it is now becoming more generally realized that preventable illness .is imposing; a huge financial burden on the nation and* on the nation's business in all its many  departments. ���������..-.'���������  The Canadian Social Hygiene Council, the Red Cross, and other 'health  agencies are agreed that it is now time for another great war���������a war against  Illness. They are engaging in a campaign of education, for recruits just as  Kitchener and others campaigned for them in 1914-18. The crux of the problem  is,-���������will the people respond enthusiastically and in their thousands iai a war  to' save life-as they did in a war to destroy life? If the averaeo man and  woman can only be made to realize that guarding their milk and water supplies will make an epidemic of typhoid impossible, that small-pox, diphtheria,  scarlet fever and*other infectious diseases can be controlled! and gradually  wiped oaat as completely as leprosy or yellow fever, then they are going to  soo to it that their communities take the required action.  Science has made possible the accompllshanent oi this highly desirable  result. It remains fdr the people to inform themsoivoE)/and profit by the  Inforanation which is so readily available to them,  X,  Memorial Fund Growing  Over ������200,000 Already Raised To Rebuild Shakespeare Theatre  '��������� -X^over^AoMMh^i^B^nr^&iTo^M  world tv||pb|??gightpd tc������3ieai^t|i]F  John t).f"Rc>cliefe^fer. lias miUe at^na*,,  tion of ������ 5dt000 td/'ffie American *~--';3"  ������**  in ?taia?^of tha^ rebuilding, ^aid erndcaw^  ���������mefn!t'������������������<?.f..-^ix0yStra tford-on-Avon Shakespeare Mehid'nai Theatre, ahdr hag  offer-eft aysfthilai*? fetiM to * the 33ng.i sh  fund. The^am^^^  or deftniMy^"|^6m^S'tiftti������ over :-ia������Mo������&  P0.O,i,iaal^;*S3f|\V^|.ch has been pbtiling  through"iWfeMtit' Vf'^Se&Bnglialil  committee,  American.  and  of  half  thi'ougia     the  * 1  A A^a-v  -      * 9.-%*-*m+w.T*rm. mam** ***.***#*��������� .  >���������-.-.-.-?-.- ���������-���������- <��������� ���������'���������������������������*��������� -   x.-  Dissolves Corns Quickly  Makes them shrivel up, makes them  da-op ...off, .makes your sore toes well in  a day or two. Belief is 'Instantaneous.  Paint on a few drops of Putnam's  Corn Extractor tonight���������see how well  your sore corns feel in the morning.  It's a wonder-liquid���������a anarvei-workr  er. Nothing ao good i'or sore corns as  Putnam's Corn Extractor. Get Putnam's from your druggist ��������� today.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  UNDAY SCHOOL LESSOR  V       "DECEMBER 4  ISAIAH  ?TEACH.E:S.,  m- -^~ ��������� '*'������������������  RIGHT    LIVING  PufrSlfroi  ?tSti|SeEi fi^aq������|'  =-und^iedipf||o' aour Ma  i#ttiisr't^vif&- fhe^at:  and  Fattier  'fatherless    smdf  widows, in their affliction, and to keep  oneself urisp6tfiel&ViKHiV:^  James^27-3VfVV ?      .?-*.���������-       ' J'-'.'"  yLesson: Isaiah 3.1-5.30.  '"SevoBSr^  Paid High For Poppies  The King and Queen; an.d Prince  Wales, paid ������ 100 ($500) each: for  their poppies. The Armistice Day sale  of poppies was for the fund of the  British Legion.'of Empire Service  League which, under Earl Haig, fhe  president. looks after the interests of  ex-service men in need of assistance.  AND IN WEIGHT  may- --'*������?  m - -...r&Sit: .   mt  .S'S"f'a.r;'.������'SS*a.-^B  . ������������������ fiAi-v - -a*   x^  iSS :'&'!}      AS.  Now Gives All the Credit To Dr.  W^illiams* Pinlc Pills      ;  "When  a young, girl  becomes  pale,  complains of exhaustion at the least  exertiouV has dizzy fspellsV headaches  or stomach .trouble^ ?she; should know-  that  these are some    of   'the    ahany  syimptoans   ol'''anaemia,'  whirsh  means  that ber blobd is thin and weak.      In  such conditions there is the most ur-  gentyneed    for    a    tbraic    that    will  promptly restored the-   missing   vquali-  ties to tlie bloo-d a^ad thus briia.g: back  health  and   strength.     For   this   purpose there is no tbhic can equal Dr.  WlSliams' Pink-.Pills.     Thousands  of  weak and ailing-girls have found iaew  health and    happiness   .through    this  medicine,-VMiss Gladys V. Bond, Kent-  fcfille,  NS.,  used  this   treatment  successfully, and says:���������"I cannot praise-  Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pills   too   highly  for the good they have done me. "   I  was in a condition of very poor health,  suffered  from  severe  headaches  and  nervousness.   My   appetite   was  poor,  and very little  exertio*n would leave  ine tired out. On the advice of a-friend  I  decided to try Dr.  Williams'" Pink  Pills. In a few weeks I began to feel  better, my appetite improved, and the  headaches  were less  frequent.  I continued the use of the pills until! had  talcen six boxes, by which time I felt  os well asever, and I gabled* in weight  from 98 pounds to 114 poutids. For this  reason I advise all weak - girls to try  this medicine." -....'  Try Dr, WilHaans' Pink i Pills for  anaemia, rheumatisan, neuralgia, nervousness aaid stomach trouble. Take  them as a toiiiq and cultivate a resistance that will keep you well and  strong.      Yoti    can    get    these    pills  through any medicine dealer or by  an ail at 50e a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Drockville. Out.  1 ?'*'���������"   Explanations and  Qamrnea-iits  I. The Parable -Of the Vineyard*  verses" 1-6.���������~'Let me sing for ray well-  beloved a song of hayS beloved touching his vihey'ard." ''Isaiah begins bis.,  discourse like a player v?ho. hasya  crowd around him, and with ���������jaliurUag  w^rds v addre3.sesf._and'" ro.usesV'iiPlV'b*ir'-il*  scif and his hearers.' But tide'witaged  rhythan,' ihe musical euphony; and t8ae;  ga*aceful assonance? of the invocation  aa*e inianitable, and* cannot be repror  duoeel in a triinslatiou/'^r-DelitzScn.  "Sly \vell-be!ove'd <Jehovah) bad a  vineyar-din a very fruitful laili ; (the  land of Canaan)."He gathered out the  stones, dug it well, planted^the chbic-  eist vines, built a. watch' tower ahd  heVred' a winepress; but instead of the  choicest grapes, which'he had expected would repay all his care, the vines  yielded only w.ildr grapes.  "The owner, had a right to expect  hauch from a vineyard "tan which he  -bad lavished so much thdught and  caire. So God expects us, especially  those of us whom he laas .blessed with  high privilege ^tneft?8miiM������rtui.ity, to respond to his love by bearing fruit."���������J.  E. MePadyen. -  ' "And how, 'Ye inhabitants of Jeru-'  satena and men of Judah,' rsaiah cried,  'judge. I pa*ay you, betwixt me and* my  vineyard,'" The prophet of God  Identifies himself with God: as Kna-  benhauer says, he speaks out of the  thoughts of God. "What could haave  been done raffre to my -Vineyard, tliat  I have not done in . it? ; Wherefore;  when I looked that it should bring  forth grapes, brought T it forth'.wild  grapes?" Isaiah's hearers are silent,  foi������ the answer was evident, the fault  iay not in ihe; owner.o������ the.yineyard,.  After a. pause the prophet continues:  "Ami now I will tell yo*u what I will  do to any vineyard: I will take away  the thorny hedge, audit j-diall .be eaten  up j, I wait break down the stone wall,  and It shalll be ttbddeh dbwh; and I  will lay'it waste; it shall-; not b������.*3  pruned nor hoed; no rain shall fall  upon i t; and it shall be giveit idver to  briers and thorns and ruini''-- ^  ��������� "Thus God deals with nations aaaai  individuals. VKe- gives an oppqi-tunlty  to''ail, with the -ohe desire that there  should be an adequate response, but  when the yield is* of wild grapes, sooner or later judgiaefet ttaust fail."���������F. B.  Meyer.  EESSON N<& IS   ������k(Mr������*#������l Mj  QaesHon; Why I  ''siJTeW'cod^  need^lsio^^^M^^T^ioM  ?*'������SJ  i?"-;"  wei:  answers J It ^is iG-ocS^aitd  tonic rich in vit������irnins arid  other  nourishing'.y:f?.<$ovsi  that- ar<&  pariicifiajriy  helpful to a weakened  For your child���������r old reSiafele  ff?v  4' Hv.'Ss  New Comet Discovered  Is Enormous Distance From Earth Say  , German  Professors  A new comet invisible to ihe naked  eye, situated in the constellation of  Pieces (The Fishes)' " and with the'  brightness of a star of the thirteenth  to fourteenth magnitude, has been  photographed at Hambui-g University  by Professors Sehwarzman and  Watch,  The comet appears on the photographic-plate as a nebulus foa-anation  with a dlstine_t nucleus. Its .daily movement had: been; very slight, proving  that it as an enormous distance from  the. earth. ,:;>..  Certain morbid - conditions ..must exist in  tlae  stomach  arid intestinesf to  encourage worms, and they will exist  as  long  as   these   ihorbid   conditions  permit them to. ^o^he^rid^oif-thein and.  spare   the child*SSftie-nng^Swe Miller's ���������  Woa*m Powders. They will correct the  digestive., irregularities by   destroying  the   wbrrm'sV  conditioais   favorabler   to  wbrnis Will disappear^aind  the  child  will have <no more suftearing, frorn.. that,  cause.  ��������� .'..������������������*,..:  Recipes For the Week  ��������� ��������� ("By Betty. Earclay >   *  -I So" important Is *wrhale fishing to ytho  Faroe    Islanders     that;   wheal? woard  comes to a church during-service*-tb.at  whales have been sighted, eyery 'man..  woman and child ianmediatelyfleavesV  and runs. "-���������<.'.  'PUMPKIN   PIE  cup steamed strained pumpkin.  teaspoon salty  teaspoon g3nger.  teaspoon cloves.  condensed  Canadian Chamber Of Commerce  Constitution Is Given Executive  Approval  At   Montreal  Session  The constitution of tho Canadian  Chamber ol* Commerce, which was  referred by tho Vancouvei- convpntion  to tlao aaationail executive, was formally approved aat a a-ecenfc soRSioh of tho  i!xecutiyuy:it,Moaatreal.  It was also urged to ask the Federal  Government to appoint a coaraa-nlnaion  to lnvetitlgate tho ilwlierios of B.C.  with a view to tlai-ir coaaservatioaa.  A coiaamltteo of comtaierclnl aa*btta*a-  tlo|a Huh born appolaatod by tho nations., executive u-attar the clialrmaia-  That Hacking Cough  A half teaspoon of  (:*J:<-i*. l!*.'f-rn:i!!;,- wPU  will eaitio 'the tlaroat  cough.  Mlnard'a  !">.*,o!;i;'.:-r'!',  and   a>top  ship of George Hendorsoai, vice-president of tho Montreal Board of Trado.  Oai the committee with hian are  George II. 13ara% K.C., of Iteglua,  Sask., and President Tjafolley, of tho  Montreal Board of Trade. The com-  anlttpc will study comanca*chil arbitration as to its application in Canada,  it Will Relieve a Cold. ��������� Colds aro  the ooanmonest, aliments of mankind  and If neglected may lead to" soa-loun  conditions, 3>r. Thomas' Ecleotrlc Oil  will relieve tho broiachlal passagoH of  inflanamation speedily siaid thoroughly  and will Hla-etagtbrm llaeaaa agatlnsl. saab-  soqueat attack. Aiad an it eases tho  InflaaramnMon It will usually stop tlae  'cough becaiase it jallayaa tho lrrlt'ttlon  in the throat. Try It am tl provo it.  Elevator For y'lctorla  Work on clearing tlio ground for ox-  cavsitions uiid piling ih preparation for  the ei-ection of Victoria's ilrst erain  elevator has just started at Ogden  Poiait A '.I.OOO.qoO-bushoi elovator,  *a-eady to handle* Ita.share of the iV28  crop, ,ia -contemplattdj.,'.,,,, ^.;, ;, ;'��������� /.;, ^j?  1  %        .  % jLeaspoon3 cinnamon. .;.  . 3.. eggs.,.,,-.:  1 cup cailned   sweetened  milk.'   ���������'���������*'"  ^ i- cup water. '' '        "'" '"   ���������  TJnbakecI) pie 'ca-usc.  Mix ingredients in the order'given;  pour into pan lined with unbaked pie  crust. ' Bake iai^a hot oven- (450 degrees F.) for about ten mtnait.es, then  reduce the temperature to' moderate  (350, degrees F.), and bake for about  thirty-flvo additional minutes, or' until the Ailing has sot.  Miaiard'o Liniment for Neuralgia.  Forolgnern now leasing an apartment hi France are taxed according  to tho. rent paid.  '���������BiW"..^  Goats  Protect Oil Tanks  * Soaaio 3,n00 goala aire ao'lvlaii; tho  prohlean of keeping Lho gi-an.'; mowed  .���������ji tho 1C0-;ioiv.i t^n], i*;uiu of Ihf: Tvlaa-  land Company near Ponna ff^lty, Kiatj-  huh. The goatM arc doing wonderful  work nn laao'winK maehiaioh' avnd koe'i)-  laig tlio grnsH wnll cllppod sih a pao-  tod.Ion ngnlnot fire for tlao 11,000.000  liiuattlti cuff eauUu nil aaad gataoUiie  tai.o'i*r;il Iai tlao lam tain It a on tlao bl|j  fa ran.  A Hew inata-aaaaaont; foa* "las-.K anaaslc Im  Icoyleea, .and   etui bo "pla-y;ed''b'y .any  one who can hum'ii tutj\o,- ���������'"; ?  w.  N      IT.     170(1  'i'lif Nav.-ijo  taadlruiff  lc������������e;i allvf 11:������-  lahatory <������i* tlanla* pawt ndilovonaeail.a liy  , wearing ph'fuiv*.0. Into tls������*Ir rugf).  *Wafl!B'<^KI!������HtJ^WS  :-: PI tiSy? "���������  PINEAPPLE BAVARIAN CREAM  (Dissolve a package of loanon-navor-  od gelsitln Iaa one-half plait boiling water. Cool .slightly, thon add. ono-half  pint juice from canned plnoapplo.  Wheai cokt and beginning to thiclceai  whip until It will dtop from a spoon  in a lumplike anaBs, and ciuickly fold  in ono cup of gi'titotl plaaeapplo. Add  two cups whipped croam sweot?aiod.  PUo lightly in stem glasses aamJ gar*  nlfih with cherry rhig������ or plnoapplo.  Peevish, palo, reatloss, sind sl<;kly  children owe their condition to worms.  Mother GraroB' Worm Rj-leranlnator  will relieve Ihum aaul restore health.  Wnnt Own Air Porce  Tho leading Indian prlncew have applied to the Incllaaa ofllco Cor pernaln-  filoaa to oi'ganlao thoir own aii' forces  uru'ldr la-jjiia'a!! ;,'u3d;uico na ikixI vf liu-  nclat'me for Incrnnslnf; Iho air rtnfVmeo  Iii ladhi. Tliey proiaoBO ti certain  nutnbm' ot native-. ohicerH trained by;  tho JtrltlHh Air Force, In return for  which they aro willing to boar all <>x-  peiataciu oa tiae alow i'ot-ce. rL'lm Hrltl������U  war aulalnfor, who Ir aaow hi thn IvUfit..  will con for nn tlio matter with tho  Council of tho Chaanluar of 1-Yinoo;* Iaa  IMli!.  Minard'e L-lnlmem for Grippe.  Why do eo many, many babies ot  today escapo all tho little fretful  BpollB and -.-Infantile ailments. that used  to \vorry mother a througli' tho day,  and jceop tho>n up*haW tho night?  II vou -tton't-, kuow ,tho,antiwar, you  -��������� ������������������*'--'  ������������������- ���������    -"''-'-''-" .^harndlaas*  taste, and  And its  gentle influences soems felt Kill through  tho tiny system. Not oven a distasteful doso of catitor oil dooa aao anucti  good, "  Fletcher's Castorla la* purely veget-  nblo, so you may glvo it freely, at, first  plgn of colic; or conatipatlon: or  diarrheal. Or thoao many tlinoa when  you ..lust don't know what Is tho matter. For real sickness, call tlio doctor,  ,Alvrays, At, pthor times, a fow drops  of: Flotohoi"������t> CSnatorla.', ���������*,>���������! ., ;������������������,;' ?; -; :���������,  ' Tlio dcJetrtr '"oft^n tt-ll'm ' yrtn.1 to do  just that; and uUvaya saiyu FlotcIier'H.  Other proparutlona may bo dust as  pure, just as froo from dangerous  drup*d. but why experiment? Besides,  Iho honk oi. c-arc* and fcc-tUnn nf hn-  hies thuE^ comnaa with- Jffloteher's Cas������  toria is worth Ita weight in gold!  Children Cry foi THE   EEYTEW.    CHES^OK,    B.    a  /  3QfrAl\U   IftlEsRl  GSHOI  ������.v    uvcmjL  *-*;-������������������  |Win;nipeg.-  -Repres entatlves  of   the  s  HoKiestead  'ji^mlv^i^  Manitobaf' Depa^metigt  of  Agriculture;;  &im or? tli^Manl-feb^ :  l<||e <le^|Tne%.. to^cotnmeSt^on' th-||re#-  ?p|rt  frdm?*Qtta#a'��������� 'Alha^^tffe y grind.  cliaanpionshap^ entry of Reward wheat  a||-the ���������Roy^lV^^  .wjas unauthorized-&"'   . x-���������-������������������"*��������� "--^^ -w.|  |33astern.f*3rei3s??aespat^  wheat was only loaned to  the Mani-  toba Govertiment byythe?Domilflqn:--Exf  p|rimental .Farms, .Ottavva, yfory.testing  agdajever .wasintended foj*.exhibition.  1������A -stateavaent. fa*om':''''the-'c'fer:6als'--3.-ivi-:  sTon .of'-"'.th.Qf Department?-fof. Agricul;  i$re, Ottawa, said the entry "-was "aaa-'  authorized." It waa said, that "samples  off Reward were sent to various farms  hjfthe prairie pi*n^^e^?f^|''t^tin^^  Op the understanding that the grain  ygould -not be exhibited.     -  PpprvP'ri  7*;i- ���������  --"*-        w������*i.il,^.\/UM..*iJ        It JjCnU IT (J.O X-.^.  l||bited at Toronto .by William Pierce,  ejjE' the Manitoba demonstration . far-rn  Oj| Birtle; Man. At the-Toronto grain  auction sale the "winning bushel"  ,vf|a.s purchased by J. B. Almey, of the  Horticultural branch of the Manitoba  Department of Agriculture.  ~'J. H. Evans, . deputy minister oi"  Aga iculture foa- Manitoba, commented  enthusiastically on the fact thait Manitoba grown wheat had won the coveted award.  ::������: "."^nmngyof ��������� Kthe.,,. highest ..honors. Js  all th e mo re remarkable" ah"~"" acicb'ni-  ifflislunent when we consider that this  |������is been a somewhat "off year' for  Hheat in this province," said Mr.  ������vans. -      ^  'P Mr. Evans^isy lopk^gyyferwarUy' to  ManitqlSi^gr^i^ywheS SgivingV ay iiiie;  ^ecn-unt'bl! i'tS'felf at'the" ihteraiational  fair at-^Chicagp.".,, , ;_y   y,        ...  g 'T   found.,..in  looking. oyer  samples  igf the "seedV'seht "to" ih6 " international  paat the  wheat which  won the  grand  fChaanpiS-nshlm-ait  Toronto was not b>-':  iany "aneShsHh'e-bn'ly good wheat -avail  Wins Coveted Fs?ise  gv  Some QuarterSections Novir Open For  Entry  Says   Minister   Of  *~yVs .!.-: f ?.-'-;, .yFinterior ?���������?;:. y.v. V'?:'"��������� -|  . pttawa.~h;Homesteading facilities 'in  the territory adjacent? to the Hudson's;  Bay Railway and the progress of the  *suKvey& in that country were outlined  -by^Jon. Ghees'-������to*-&ar^  :'th<|^nterioa^s$si 20n0.--^'''^"'"Pf������.' ':P'-  ��������� .ihe MiailSgr^ i^d^'^px^t.%^,^  tiane during the past few years'vari-*  ...ousf;HofaicetB; ���������'i3f 'b.o.tb,.. the...d.epartmeiits.i  'foVerV wiileh^-t' pi^sWe?^Vfe"Smade i&k  ^vestigatlqns. ��������� and; -carried- put, surveys.  iia the territory adjacent to'ftheHu&-  Son'S f Bay ^Ilailway route. Lands im-  f mediately . adjacent ?yto the. railway  fi*oni The Pas to Mile 22I: have already been sui*veyed?.ihto quarter sections: and. are now open for homestead  entry.,;. . Vf '?';        ' '   .".   '   "Data of considerable    worth    lias  Jbeen secured respecting the location,  extent and.value o'f agriculturaiflands^  fore-it's,- '���������'Skater  powers   and" irnlneralsi."  ;|Gand% aaiuVtaei^al ��������� surf^ys:---have ^'iJeen.i  ^>-i*������*^>-?^il������*o-:!   ������T^i"--ca.v������ -mnraVa   nf ^Kn -r-icrirtn   ortd  active, -brogress has been made.in niaip-  ping the area more completely.  Additional ���������land starveys -vvill -be  made in any areas that are found  suitable for immediate settlement and  generally such activities will be undertaken as "will enable the government to a-aequately cope with any d&V  velopment that completion of the rail  way may bring about."  Will Coailsuse Family  Settlement Scheme  HaziiBgisPuBished,  5able," ]Mr. Evans concluded.  :&  Major R. S. Timmls, D.S:0, who recently at Madison Square _ Gardens,  New York, rode Bucephalus, famous  cllarger of the JR.oyal Canadian Dra-  gobns, to victory over thirty of the  ,woa?ld's best horses in the jumping  event and succeeded in bringing the  George III. challenge cup io Canada.  ���������- '���������' :;���������'���������' *"  -~���������������~���������   -"������������������    -���������-������������������- ���������������������������. ��������� ��������� -^������������������ ������������������.��������� .1 ��������� a -       ^  West Wins With Clydesdales  ������fes4$roEaiiM  fe&  ������Var  yL'cirdi^^P^cparincj'  ���������- To-f'-^'Cravvi..  fM- Himself  Emperor Of Cliina  J:^ ' London.���������A despatch to -; the Eve-  ||iing New s^ffrom Tokio sayk? tliat? Japanese correspondents at Peklng.;v; i;e-  ;������port Unit the Northern.igeiierfUissaincC"  Iphaaig Tso-*Lin, is now preparing a3-  Vhiost "openly to crown himself eon-  Sp erc-r. ' y '';���������? ���������'"' S V A -\'t-  ?yi; Coronation robes have been ordered  |frnm Soo-Chow., -whea-o the. beat silk, is  SObtainable.      .��������� '���������? yS ;-',?��������� '���������;��������� y'f'V-      ?:?r> '-.' f  Tiae "Mancliuriah chief tyin"; Mho  ftfheads the Northea*u military alliance  'VJwlll proclaian his era , the military  Vmcnuilaiai era. He 'will renaane China,  f^'the anlghty expeaaslve empire."  ,V The throne ol" China became vacant  ?;/i>n Februaa;y. 3 2,  1.0.;12. when th e coun-  F res him an   Class   Of   Guelph   Agricultural College. Is Fined  Guelphi: ' Oht.���������-The Ontario Agricultural  College faculty    assembled    to  hear the comiplaint against the fresh-  j^r^ybl^f^OsS^aMng Ejdward'^Eeddbesy  ���������a ybungv.:EhgiishVstud^t:;?of;Vtli^f classy;  By decision of the faculty and student  body, the class was fined $150 and are  "orde3:eclyteii ybe^cpnfined- top residence  every night with the exception of one  night  each. s^eek, .far the balance of  ^iheiftern-iixAyr^ apoibgj^fVom the. class  must   also   be   given   to  the   offended  C:*eshmahf;- :;'-'   ���������?'- "?-"y..:  The-hazing of .Beddoss  was  an attempt, it i^ said,  on the apart..^ot his  ?;felidw^&lsss' mat|;S'*o������f|t^|;.'ifie^naam  .year .tp inflict student justice on t^e;  ; yoajbg felldwf'fOTp ?*sauealingf't6:yibe"::anr:  thorities o.^er some minor matter.*'  Saskatchewan   Captures   Majority   Of  P.-iZvS At Royai Winter Show  "I^orontt?.-������������������**>rir*'*-rvi*ies we-*e GrJ03.,!ad c-n^  -after another-at the"ltoyal Show here  when horses from Saskatchewan  walked away with the big majority of  prizes in* the" Clydesdale class.  Among other classes and in other  divisions, entries from the West fared  well at the "show.  Altogether ' Saskatchewan entries;  won.; grand and reserve champion-.  ships, the senior, Junior and resei've  junior   chamnionsliips,   the    C&rlsrite'  T^lore British Settlers To  Be  Brought  7 Out Next Year  ' J Calgary.���������ArrangenaeaatB have been  iiia.d������ to continue the 3,000 British  families settlement plan for 1928, according to information received by W.  S. Woods, superintendent of the land  'Settlement board*  _  Mi> Woods declared that a survey  -will be made immediately to ascertain  -the probable number   of   farms   that  fwill be available    for    the    families  'coming out next spring. It will not be  -possible   to  estimate  the  number  of  families-to be brought to ASberta until'this survey has been completed.  -   It  may  be necessary  for  the   Calvary  office   to   sendi a  representative  to .Great  Britain  to   assist  with  the  selection of families, for 4.hl*a district.  Mr. Woods  declared,    however,    thai;  most of the selective work would be  carried on by  the representatives of  the department    of    immigration    already in the Old Country.  It is understood by local authorities  that the settlers will begin to arrive  in April and that all the methods followed in former years with regard to  their welcome in the new land and  ^their settlement upon farms which  hove reverted to the government "will  be carried out next year.  and^Walker l|o*ase trophy^  ClycfesdaleV stalKdix; |ih??ihe,rshow, five'  firsts tiaree:1 seconSsV?th*ee Vfchir������3s aaid  ten other prizes for .Clydesdale mares|  Manitoba won six prizes/ and Alberta  two.���������?"���������' ��������� The- "reserve?-' 'senior?rc&axnpion^  slaip went to Don Alda Farms, Tod|f  aiiqrden,' Ont. -s-"y V ..,.-������������������*-.; P-'y   ���������    P  #S  VlV? y?I^aviai3tion.tS^soh ?P*J*ea^ End ^?y--  ' MontreaL-rrDespite the.ifact.-thUt.tl'.e  StVfLa&Jr^n cef. navilgaitabta 'se astray is-rap-  Idly drawing to a close; there are 12  liners and ,tramp steainprs lor \vhich  -ga-^itnyorid^^'.h^Y^fheen received; by.  the Montreal hai'bor commission. All  these vessels' are now loading or due  to "loacl. V") It; is probable-;;that "the or-;  dea*s will be increased, .with" ' open  weather! being maintained ota. the St.  Lawrence.  ?try   became aa,  republic:.  aVchoias'-i' the  flast. Mauchu cmpercf.. Pu., yi,, retained i.Itoyal.WInitei'.'Fatr here.when Hon. ������  Horseshoe Pitching Contest  Toronto.���������An. atti*action  not on the  official program, occurred  durLng  the  hoa'se shod pitohing contests    at   the  Refused To Meet-Mi  Bay Line Service Extended  "New  Train   Wall   Carry   Both   Passengers and Freight  The Pas, Man.���������On November 27,  the train service on the Hudson's P.ay  Railway was auganented by putting in  commission a way-freight with coach  for passenger accommodation. The  regular train colloqually known as the  "Muskeg" will thereafter carry passengers aud, through, freight only. The  new train will lea^ve The I-*as every  Sunday morning at T o'clock and will  unload, and pick up freight at all  points along the line. This -new service will materially facilitate business  along the line; in? respect toHboth passenger and freight traffic?    v  iLru  sv fypi mm  Calgai?y^:-::-Three men arid two young  efaildreni.may- die Jae. tbev resailt "of,'tej--  aibie injui*ies^ sustained'wh^ji a terrific explosion, caused by " the ignirfion  of the gas flowVCrcsn- the-S-tockmen's  Well, rocked the entire north end ot  the Turner "Valley Oil Field, ahout 45  miles south of~ here. Two other men  were less .seriously ^injured and are  expected to^ recover. . '  The blaze was a most spectacular  one which could be seen for many  miles around and recalled to mind  some of tbe disastrous fires' which  have visitei? this oil field **u the last  few years.  " Because .of the great rapidity with  which the flames spread, helped onward in their swift destructive course  by tlie gas flow, it was thought useless'to summon the aid of the Calgary  City fire department, as aiJi>itr������itttS  and fire* fighters would have arrived  too late to be of Any .material assistance.  Situated away from the mass of  derricks which sprinkle -the central'  portion of Turner Valley, help was  stslayed in reaching tlie Mazing %. eil  and for some time tlie crew, surpaitred  at their work iv\ the der������-!ck house,  fought for their lives. Only after a  thrilling struggle did they buc,cd<ed in  winning their way to safety through  the blazing derrick timbers.  Three million  feet of gas,  high ia  gasoline -content, was rising and ilari ;  ing.;-., throaigli. the  red;, hot. casing.tc-pf  and the escape.of the men who were,  coihypeiled to leap for their liyesfwas  considered miracuiousf f ' '���������' ?'���������''���������' ";J'"'  ���������,.jM*ai@ve  ftlie ;title, of 333np'er'pi; ���������'of���������, tho,:;; Mainchu  ;yluapei*ial,House- up;   to.-. $������ovember    f>.  ?f302'lV'    "'"       '; :' "'   ;       "::/     ';  Women-and the Scaista  "''���������* Toronto'���������ft was' tlmb' woanen1 were  . recognlKed by. apjnointment; to the Sen-  sUe, declared Miss.Grace Hunter, Toronto, at tho Ontario Women's "Liberal  Assotilatijcjn oxocutivo <������,meetlqR- her^.  Sho urged that women logically  should havo ay place , on tho Senaiie'a  cbaaiualttees, especially on the, divorce  a\ii,d public health -comanMteeF*., J������Uss  Hiantc-r, who -i������ a lawyer, tho-ught the  rJVIllsh North A.merica Act uilghl. bo  interpreted as pei-mlltlng appointment  of wonien 1 o the Semit.o.  New ?������alm.d Ruttrtr 'P^f Cirirtdl. '  .Auckliuicl, N,S2.���������The NlaiituM lias  ti^llO(|, wjth 20,000 boxes of butter for  Viinobuver, this being tho hii'K<.at  oii'nadlaia Rhlpiannal: no fnr recorded,  The vessel has also 1,870 bose:������ for  llonoluru, and d.,000 boxos for Khanj;*  hnl. Tho Nlr.nnni la daao In Vnnscuver  Dcct-mbei- IK  Chiiacee Bar War Filoi  Harbin. Manchuria,���������-Chlnoiao r.u-  flanrltles luive bnnaaed tho plio'*.vlni?:of  the motion picture -"Tlao Hlg Parndo,"  lifter ai pa'oteiii from the tlpnnan cow  ���������nl. lie claihiioU 'the him wan unfair to  (3<'n.mia'y,  "'" ""'"      '\V.    N*.    V.    1T0B '  Howavd? iFerguson,,' .Ontario ' premier  challenged:;Hon?;,W. >T). Ross,; Ueuten-.  ji'nt-'Govdrii'bi* to 'a match, Stripping off  their tail coats, tho premier and  Lieutenant-Governor" played two  Ramos to' the greatest enjoyment, of  those, .l'.resent. Mr. Ferguson lost.  Trsansfer Of Mtiman Eyes  , Buffalo^ N.Y;-~Meclical science at  the future may mako possible the successful transter of huanan oyes. Tir.  Lu'clen Howo, of "Buffalo, lias' spent 20  -yeara In research on the,-brobiem..-and  has fmcceoded in shifting oyos from  tho lower classes of animals to those  of the* samo species which aa-e blind.  He bnlleves this eventtirilly may be  done with huninns,  Premier, Baldwin   Declined   irvtervi  fS%  ,^I.t'h|De^uta*fc.io"^-i^  ? London".���������The."^ hopes vof" 250 "unen^  pjQ^4l;A*l'a;ers4'''^\vhb'V front|  Wales to lay their tfoaihles ""befor||  Premier Stanley Baldwin were shat|  tered;;^b5^ an announceiiienty������;hat th^  Prime .Minister wottfc! "refuse"to see 'a?  'depi^fetipn^-epresenting the men.       ||  Mr. Baldwin referred to the request'  of the miners for an audience to tli&  ���������Ministers'? of Health, Labor, Pensions  ���������and" Mines." %  Although disappointed, leaders of  the . miners!' contend ufhat the objact  of the marchers was-achieved as the?  march focussed public attention on  tlie .mining situation. The men heidvu  farewell deanonstrataon at Trafalgar  StjxiEire, and then entrained for Wales;  Pays Over Fifty-Two Millions ;  Calgary.���������The Alberta Wheat Pool  handled a total of close to 45,000,0<)'p  it was revealed in tho Toport, of 11. ti.  Fua-dy. the manager, presented at the  bushels of wheat from tho: 195i6 cfop,  annual meeting of the pool. Tho total  amount of payments to growers, ,It  was stated, was .$52r36.4,09.0.6,L ?;  Slii  nip For Canadian Trade  Liner Laurentic Was Built -Especially  For This  Purpose  New York.���������Faith in the Dominion  of Canada was expressed by C. V.  Mitchell, vice-president for traffic of  the international Mercantile Marine,  ai a banquet held on the; new White  Star'Liner Laureintic, to marie her entry into',the Atlantic trade.   ' -  The Laurentic, Mr. Mitchell said,  has been built expressly for the Canadian .trade,., because the White.. Star  Line believed in Canad.a, her present  greatness and her future. The Laui������?n-  tlcwill take her place in-the Canadian  trade next spring.  'Took What IJo'Ncedad f..,',  New York.���������Now York has one robber who is thia,-sort of ?a chap-.-whon  ho needs $t*Uf>0, that's; all ho takes.  Nn matter what's lav tbe 'III. A young  mail walked Into a cigar storo, held,  up the clerk, took *J!M from tho cr.ala  a-oglstri", counted out $11.GO and put  lizu.k ilm rc'.u'duxlea*.  "ThtiffS nil I need,'* ho snitL  Com'From-the,.Argentine  Tovt Arthur .���������-A ..shipment ot -fifty  thousand bushelH of corn troxa .^.he Aa*-  Eentlno Is being unloaded c'br tho Ogil-  vie Mill3 at; Fort Wllllaan where'It is  to be������ used in tho manufacture of poultry, soratch food-. It Is the Erst of. A'r-  gentino corn, to be carried to the JJead  of the Lakes for manufacture  To Retain Guillotine  Paris.-���������The guillbtine, official instrument of execution in Fran tie, will  still continue to function despite a  aiaovemont to suppress the death penalty. A bill to do away with the  'death penalty was defeated, by the  close vote of 8 to 7 in the committee  of civil and ca-iminal legislation of  Parliament, f  Russian     Maaufacturer    Ciaims ' Pny-  rrient Of   -������10^000 Cheque  ���������London.-���������The-: British ������������������ Government;';  has been sued to honor a cheque for  ������. 10,000 alleged to have been endorsed  by the Government's diplomatic uigpnt  in Moscow in 1918, later stitched into  a Russian's fur cap " and eventually  smuggled out of Russia after tbe  revolution concealed in -a man's boot.  It is claimed that the cheque was  endorsed by the British agent because lie wanted Russian currency,  and that he obtained rubles for it.  The cheque was passed, to ������Kit*'sh-  berg, a textile manufacturer, who carried it forf.safety in his cap and afterward sold1 it:to Benceiarbnbwltz, who  smuggled it out stitched in the sole  of his boot after the -Bolshevik! had  coniiscated a forest for which he had  paid  ������35.000.  The Government disputes the allegation that the cheque was signed  by the British Crown.  Nominated Labor Candidate  Loudon,���������Reginald Francis Orland  Brldjgeman, embassy counsellor in His  Majesty's service, has been aiomlnated  as Labor candidate for the Uxbrldgc  division of Middlesex In the next.elec-  Lion.-He ia a cousin of Viscount Lns-  colles, Piincoss Maa*y's husband and  a coatsiu of W. C. Bridgeman, first  lord of the Admiralty.  '.','"���������!,������������������'"' ." ���������'-"���������' -1"1" ���������- -"   '     " ' ' .' ' "ll'"l^>'"..w ..mam.. ���������"'^.  Winter Mail For Dawson City  Soviets Deny Klcporl;  Moscow.���������The Soviet Fomlgn ofllco  flatly* denied ro ports from Due hare nt  a lint .Soviet war vessels were on a  mysterious cruise In tho lllack Sea  flcelclng particularly to capture all  .'ships which formerly heJoaafjod to alie  Wliltn ra.i������rJa������ ftf>t.  Reluctant To Build Cruisers  Britain Hopes Naval Limitation fvuiy  Yet Be Reached  London.���������The British Government Is  reluctant to lay down more 10,000-ton  ci-uisors at present. In the hope that  naval limitation may yet be reached,  Rt. Hon. W. C. Bridgeman, Fii'st Lord  of the Admiralty, tolil tho House of  Commons recently.  Replying to a question in the House,  Mr. Bridgeman said that a now situation had arisen owing to the faict that,  although Great Britain's proposals' for  liniltatioai in the number of largo  10,000-ton cruisors had not been  agreed torut Oonova, tho. discussion  left tho hopo that a limitation might  bo reached. In those circumstances, ho  added, tho British Government was ro  luctant to lay down any more of those  cruisers at present.  "Thn Quoori of tho 'Yukon,"'a nlstor lo Lindbergh')*- ".Spirit of fit Loa.l.i,"  will thin \vUitor can-y -tho; iwuli into UanaUn'ii mont northerly motropotisa,  l-a:iWa>.on. ��������� ' /  Ncalcc*t Waa Costly  Montreal/ Quo.~-Tliirt- city's failure  to sand tho sidewalk at nnr Intoi'&oc-  tlon renaalted in the clty'd condemnation to pay damages of i? 1,000 to Mnx  Slier for injurlos sUBtaiaaed by .lais minor daughter, Sophie, who nlip:,>ed nnd  foil oai the eldcwalk and suffer,>d a  fraeuaiv oi tho h.-iL ...ilah*.  Population Of U.S.  W'lit-hlUKton,���������-The United Station  will havo a population of about "121.-  000,000 about iOHO, CJonsttfl TMav-cKir  Stuart predicted lu. hl:< sunuiral aeinni.  to Secretary JI������ov<m\ Tho 1I>20 ������������������������-������������-  mas, Mr. StunH a'ddert, iinlioaicil a  population of l<ir������,710,Qi!o .for contlncn-  flail  raill<N-* WtnN'iA THB  CRESaMTK   BBVPBW  iHt.  sio i  Issued every Friday at Cr-eatoK. B.C  Subscription s $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.03 to TT.S.-points. ^->  O. F��������� Ha-stss. Editor aad Ow������es=  CRESTON. B.O..F&IDAY. DBO.   2  I WHAT OTHER PAWS SHY  1  Money in Peas  A ear   of   seed   peas,   weighing  91.000    pounds    and    valued     at  $3,155.60, loft here yesterday, billed  to   Chicago,   IH.    The  car   of  the  50-foot auto type, was the heaviest  single load   of  freight   ever billed;  out of th������ local depot, according *������  A. B. Ashby, Great Northern agen.  The   peas   were   recently sorted at  the   local   sortrag    plant    of    the  Idaho-Washington Seed  Company  aaad were put up  iaa   ii������w   seamless  seed   sacks.    It  is  said   that   the  sacks alone cost 50 cents each.  The peas -were of fche Perfection  variety and wet^-a a part of the crop  groovus en whs Sanson ^[Gjuronaiu  ranch in Drainage District Ko= 1.  Mr. McDonald had TO acres in  Perfection peas and harvested V128  tona  Slinjhaating the customary 10  per cent, in screenings, which are  removed in the sorting process, the  actual seed crop amounted to about  116 tons. The contract price paid J  according to B H. Jacklin. local  manager for the seed company,  was $3.50 per hundred on the sorted pea , with the screenings return  ed to the owner for hog feed.  Kasta and   district   contributed {  $423 in the animal thank  offering  for the hospital in that   town  this  year.f--Vf?f PSaS'a' "  ���������P At Fernie the council has just |  ont- th^y electric power rates fromS  seven   to   six  cents per kilowat to j  small users.  40 men found themselves out of  a job when .the big sawmill plant  at Uuinberton closed for the season  on November 7tb. y-: ���������*" y, ;.,  770   auto   licenses   plates   were'  issued   at   Fernie  this year, and it  will be about 1000 in 1928, according to- the 'Free Press. ���������''  Grand Forks 1927 fall fair was a  money loser to the tune of $60 this  i year, and the year previous it  had  The QUALITY of tbe merchandise *ye^cairyf!J  the very finest that can b������ had.    Our stock of  - **.  _a ~.J.���������~ *J������-S������W  NEZVSff   AN    &\^%m*tkm'mm%miwi  ii4  d. aiict i������ certainly of exceptional Quality  i&Seedlass Muscats, pkg   Mrs. Monk's  and   Mrs. Callahan!  aare fcvfi> lady  banters  at  Bolsters!  Ferry  who  succeeded  in   bagging  .deer this season���������one each.  At Fernie the hospital directors  are investing $3500 in the purchase  of and fitting up of the Whelan  property For a nurses' home.  Cranbrook United Church ladies*  aid have turned in $1000 cash for  the new church, and guarantee to  raise another $1000 next year.  C. H. Campbell, a Bonners Ferry  orehardist, reports th������ sale of  his  entire crop of Uelicions apples to a'  Spokane dealer, for $2.50 per  box.  Mrs.Del Bliss, tlae   well   known  restaurant proprietress at Porthili,  has   sold   her   property    interests  there   aud   intends   moving to the1  coast*  Division 5 of Bossland school has  been closed for ten days as a precaution against, scarlet fever, a case  of which was found in one of the  pupils in that room.  At Cranbrook the United Church  | trustees  have now over $10,000 in  At  1UO ..........  4 lbs._A......r ...  Muscat, Puffed,-- pkg.   Imported Currants, lb.   20c  65c  20c  20c       1  NEW PEE|S���������Citron,  5  __     ���������_.    *,������ :  .       "     ���������-,--* -"*������������������������������������������������     trustees   ua������c iiv������������  v.w  ��������� a.^.,w��������� .���������  Mr. Jacklin  estimates   that Mr. Mgh't and' will commence the erec-  McDonald received about $120 per tion of a new church iit the earliest  acre   on    his   peas.    Out  of   this,  however, the expenses of   planting  and harvesting ate to be   deducted  possible date next year.  At Rnssland recently five youths  were fined ������������1 each  and   made  pay  _ tat the rate of 50 cents a head for a  East year Mr. McDonald hardest tfo^frity    of   ca.bbage   they   stole  *       firoo^iaa local Donkhobor.  to get at  the net reVjrn.  ed 19 acres of peas, the crop total  ing 51,000 pounds.  J. H.   McDonald    of    Drainage  Dissrict   No.   1   harvested   j?0,OO0  pounds from 25 acres this fall? at a  gross return of about $100 per acre.  ���������Bonners Ferry Herald.  Taj   eleven  ^���������^       dyked   districts at  Bonners Ferry haye just organized  a Drainage Districts'   Association,  in   which each area has one repre  sen tail ve on the executive.  The Scott Fruit Company at  Fernie has purchased the wholesale  fruit business of Plunkett & Savage  at Cranbrook, and has closed its  own  branch  at Coleman, Alberta.  J.UIWO m,i.u ...... ...            ��������� _ At Penticton last week President  the plea-saw* of* tfeeTcqnaint^nce of Chambers of the Associated Grow-  William Davie, who erected the res.- er8   ventured   the   guess   that   his  ��������� rti������������*am9!ation   woai id pay and aver  Trae Life Hereafter  Those who can -recall 1021  and had  organization woaild pay and aver  age price of $1 a box on all wrap  ped apples.  dence now occupied by Piper Ross,  will be interested to know that at the  age of 75 Mr. Davie is still enjoying  good health and still pursues his old Pentioton     postoffice    has   been  time   activities,   particularly   in   the moved   into   new   quarters  in   the  "    *'- ���������a*ai��������� ���������*-    j   a    ���������e   ������!,���������   * ������,������*.������������,   llftW  llterairy line. He Ib now residing in  Scotland; and has jaiet favored us w.th  some poetical contributions of which  we feature two.  HELL.  Ohl can. it be? there ia a hell,  "Where devilt and past spirits dwell.  Where sinners writhing in the flame,  ISTo fault of tbeir'B, in them no blame.  But born in guilt, conceived in sin.  Corrupted   through, without, within.  Helpless uaortnls by demons driven,  Shut out from God, and   hope,  and  heaven,  HEAVEN  Is there a p'.ace of bliss called heaven?  Which   to   the souls of the good  is  Riven,  Because  they went  to  Church   and  prayed.  And never from tho fold hnd strayed.  Yes? ninety-nine of such there were,  Who needed not the Shepherd's care,  WiU they be saved, the loat one driven  Into hell s flaimeB, away from heaven.  HEWS OF KOOTENAYS   |  The Anglican Ladies* Aid at  Cranbrook oleared $350 on the  1927 bazaar.  Tom Bnfcter������i ia Vernon's  oh am  pion   hunter.    Last week he got a  200 pound buck deer.  $3000 is beiratf spent on fitting  up and furnishing the Elks Lodge  club rooma at. Fernie.  At.  TtotaEland   tho   curling   olnb| ^"iJ,^.you  starts  off  with  $149���������tho surpiuu  carried over from last year.  Vernon Growers lost wook made  a shipment of 20 tons of aweeb  cider to lvoniuntou, Aiuu������'������.a.  ground floor of the town's new  Masonic tezaple. 550 lock boxes  and drawers will be in use in the  new home.  100 pounds of turkey,, a sack of  spuds, turnips, etc., was required  to feed the crowd at the annual  dinner of Kimberley Unite:!  Church, at whioh the ladies gathered in over $150.  Tbe Herald figures' it out that  almost 25 per cent, of Peuticton's  total population attended the  annual dinner of the United Church  ladies* aid. About 600 diners were  served   in  almost   perfect  fashion.  In order fco provide sites for the  elevators to handle grain from the  dyked lands near Bonners Ferry  the Great Northron Railway has  just acquired an additional five  acres of ground along ita tracks in  that town,  GAS SPOILED SLEEP  MADE HER DIZZY  '���������For yoa**a I suffered fatom gas and  constipation. Unod to got headaches  and dizzy spoilt). The fl������������t <1obu of  Adloriuu gavo uie relicT. "Now 1 vmA  well."���������Mrs. B. Hrlnkloy.    JaiBt   ONE  1  HI  ���������si  HI  ill  Sunmaid Pcunesr 2 lb. pkg ....... 35c  Blue Bibbon Peaches, 2 lb. pkg_ 60c  64       , Figs, 'd ib. pkg . .. :���������. #0o  Drom-edary jjates. pkg;.....������..~   25c  Glaeed Cherries; pkg ... --.-.-      40c  Orange and L  Buy your^^ Christmas CJ-roceries from our stock  and have your order delivered to-your home.  NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE YOUR  yrch  e th������ advantage of better service and better selection of New Fruits.      B  ts? Figs, Peels, Dates Nuts, siow in stock    I  We carry only the very b^st. ��������� H  X* jit  =iTKisy  id^d Seedless Raisins, Hsest Australian i^arrants,  Kieller's    Dundee    Citrcm,  1^ Orange  Candied Peel, Fresh Hgs and Dates.  Strictly Pure Extracts and Spices  oest Domolcc Molasses and cooking Syrups*  Our prices are right. '  Try  a half-pound package  of Baker's  Cocpanut at  20 cents, and get a tin   of  Southern Style free.  NT'il ��������� !��������� ��������� :|^  ,1  I SaaacaaSana        V  The Mineral Province of Western Canada        *  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Haa produced Minerals aa follows:    Placer Gold, $7^.018,048;      Lode Gold, $120,072,318,  Silver, $80,787,003;    Lead, $106,976,442;   Copper $209,067,068;    Zinc, a50,612.857;     Coal  aud Coke, $264,009,133; Structural Materials and Miscellaneous Minerals, $50,175,407; making its mineral production to the end of 1925 show au  Aggregate Value oi $988,108,470  Producti6n; -year ending December,1926, $67,188,842  Tho Miming Laws of this Province are more liberal and the f������os lower than those of  any other Province in the Dominion, or any colony in the British Empire.  Mineral locations are granted to discoverers aTor- nominal foes;  .AbsoluteJTStlea 'aro obtained by dnvelopiuf< such properties, the security of which.-is  spoanfail of Adlecika relieven Rina at������d  that bloated fooling so th������t yoai enn  out and sleep well. Acta o a* BOTH  aapnrfr ������hd ' lotvetf bowel anil romoves  old wriwt������ nantter yoai never thonpcht  waaa there1. No ninttev whAt yoti* tried  for your ntonmmph. Atllerlki. will sair  OieHton Dtaipf He Book  Ma*������r������v.  ^"oAtR pog service   llcglRtfriHl Bertcnhlre Boar foa* uuv-  Bk.lriK.  guaranteed by Crown ������rants.  Full information. toBother with Mining Heports and Maps, mny be obtained ftratia by  addroaoins���������  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  iN.B,���������Pi &c tlemlly w.11 BrSttuh Oolaimbia Mineral Propertlcsa upon which development work has been done  aro. clrcBcrlbed In aaomo one of the Annual "Reports of the Minister of Ml nun. Those contJ.tlorkaB! mining  iiivk>Hi..M������u<l������������wV.������::!^ ref?4?* tf������ mwh nmnriM. Tlaey aa.ro uvalluble without ehairRe on appllcatlnn to the De-  patirtnicnt o  Mlnoa, Victoria, B.O.    Reports of tha������ Uuologieal Muarvey tn CiummIh, v/tnch S?������������dtnrr* Vt������n-  coaawea*, are recommended nn valuable auturees of laaformutlon. -'' .......   , .  ,  Ueports ooverlniccaeh of the Six Mltleral Survey Dlwt.rictB aro paabli&hcd ruepartitely, and are avail  able on application.  MHfaBBJ  MWMWII^WIM^^  B&MHI  ttSmM  aumWtiMim  miMmmmmiumit  ^������M.J.JltJ^U THIS   4;JSASS'JL'Vi?l    KJSV.USW  (<&  iSSSS&S    ���������ssKtmamSSSSB  Alf.  Parkin^ youngest  eoss   of Mr*  and Mrs. J. W. Parkin, arrived" home  from Michel at the end of tbe *sreek.  ���������He has been away on a visit the past  two '-months. ~      ***  Ron. Stewart is the luckiest of local  hunters. He got two very fine buck  deer at the Skinamerhoru mountain at  the end of ibe w������?ek,  W. A. Pease is the latest to install  a telephone in their residence. The  instrument was put in at the end of  last week.  Birth���������On November 28th, at Vic-  toriw,  a   son   to   Mr. and   Mrs.  Tom  Anderson.  days* stay with Miss Lyda Johnson at  Creston. "Her health Is steadily coming hack, but she is under orders tb  "take complete rest until  next  June.  Ss**fe= Sparrow from KLellomg, Idaho.  has arrived for a short visit with his  old ffriesd A. 8. Bvs.������������?, but will be  ieavinjg igi.rnedi������ieiy as be is sassing  on December Sfcb on a three months?  holiday at the old home in England.  Geo. Hurry arrived in from Nelson  at the first of the week a o tending; to  put in a couple of days at the ranch,  but has taken a 'Job with J. B.'-Win-  law, and will be remaining until  spring. The family, however, will remain at Nelson.  ���������^^^^ff?^^*lH^^^yi���������lT'iir-^������TT-^" ~"=-���������������",'"'������-**^������^*^ifft--Tr!'^^ wwy~������^������;���������.���������  Home to the Old.-Counfrafl  -,~ it  Christmas - New Years  sgsrw  >& r&Psi  w^a  The Oomnaunity Society gntwS to* a  good start with the season's whist, the  Coyotes are plentiful- this se<a>oi.- affair on Saturday night Attracting  They were particularly bold at the sins?" tables of players and the high  weekend. On������* being seen on. the Hhl&\ score prices going to Miss H. M '  at ������.he Stewart ranch on Sunday.     -' ���������   a Fwrker and A. S. Evans*, while the iow  A score trophies were taken   home  by  **   Miss   Annie ' Cravenko   and  Helme.   A solenoid lunch was  1 X  Bill "Vaness got back for. a few days  sS-WPis-Sss-t:  from harvest work near Leth^ius*"*.  Alberta, and has gone "to work nt the  Sash & Door Company sawmill- at  Kitchener.  Mrs. J. C. Martin arrived home from  asa extended -������islt at California, points  a few weeks ago, making a sua!I at  Calgary, Alberta, on the return  trip.  The Alice Siding coinnaunity Sunday school resumed its Sunday afternoon session on-Sunday last. It as  meeting at the Alice Siding school,  with an attendance' of 20.  The Sunday school Christmas wee  and concert will be held at the school-  house on Tuesday evening, December  22nd. Practices for the affair are held  every Wednesday afternoon.  Harry  served  by the ladies, and all thoroughly en"  joyed the evening. The next will  likely be held on Saturday, 10th..  J. Reynolds of Gainsborough, Sask.,  is here at present on a visit with his  uncle. A..B. Tedfoid.  R. T. Millner and Andy Sinclair  have the contract for the erection of a  new hay shed for C. Q. Badgers at the  JLyon rahch, and have the work well  under way.  Miss Hazel Cannady, who has been  working at fruit packing at Wen-  atchee. Wash., for the past three  months, returned heme on Tuesday.  Kev. S. Ne-wby is due here Saanday  ymorning at 10a.su. for English Church  Sunday school, with service and Holy  Comimittiob at 11,    -'?,?'?'?'?* V:'; ' -'���������"'" :  Mass Ruby Lister aretbrned-on.'Satur>-  3ay from graduation at St. Eugene  Hospital  at   Cranbrook,  and   a   few  MJghti sssel  #New Stock of  Harness  Seconal Hand Store in  connection  '      ' ID  Shoe and Havnem* Repairing,  MINERAL AGT  IFQBMFJ  Will Wickholm is home from Kitchener, where he has been working all  season, and has struck a job with tbe  J. P. 'Johnston mill. crew.  -" O. Blair is ait woi*k .clearing another  couple off -icrss of land which Be will  set oait to orchard in the spring.  A. Spencer has about completed a  -two-room addition to his residence at  Canyon.  John Lioyd, who has  been working  | at his trade in .Kelson for the past few  months, has jnst arrived to spend the  winter at his ranch at south  Canyon.  Nels.- and Gunnar Lareen and Bill  Hook got back last week from lending  a hand with harvest and threshing  operations in Alberta.  SSrs. Ben Long w������e a weekend  visitor at her ranch at Canyon, leaving  ! again   on Taesduy for Moyie, where  she will spend the winter.  Andy Wickholm wall be off work  am til the middle of the month. He  gave-his left hand a rather bad gash  while a*������ work for Peter Burns Jast  week  yyAaa'y oparkti . winter.? is. predicted - - here-,-  and. this*"* belief as ''strengthen SuS the.'  fact thait"; *a>si Thursday a Orestoss in-  diran got a SOtt pound bear while deer  hunting in the hills near the Water  Users system.Intake.  In bur report of the Ladies* Aid con  cert ?laat: week mention -should have  been made .of piano solos by Lily Cook  and Will Ridd, and a violin solo by  Holly Bond. The former is a pupil of  ���������jMlrs. ������������������ Lister, and Canyon*. is jaistly  proud of the nmsical talent displayed  by these young people.  mWtiGhmnma*  Certificate of Improvements  NOTIGB OF APPLICATION  NIAGARA MINERAL CLAIM.    Sltanto In  tho Neslnon Mining DlyiBlon ft West Kootenay Dlfltriot. . Whore looa.toa._Oa Iron  Mountain, northwoatoilyy from Bitohonbr,  B.O.    Lawful holder:  Ohaarles Phamraor  1U11, Vlotoarla, B.O.  NumboTot tholioldoffl  Froo MlnorVOorUnwvto, No, 12010-W.    ���������  TAKE NOTXOIC that I, Q. ATM. Yowaijsr.Froo  Minor's Corttftoato No. 488MD, acting au atfont  for tho tmadd Ohawlea ������*lummor HIU. intend  ������lxty daya trom tho dato hot-oof. to npplv to tho  Mlnlner Kaaoowflor for a oortlfloat������ of liatajwove-  moiata. for tho pairposio ot ohta&nlntf a Ccown  Grant of tho abovoola^na.    ,. ..    ������������������ .  And further take notloo that action, under  Heotlon Hfl ot tho Mineral Aofc, m\wf. bo com-  nvonood befrwo tlao toaiaiiavo ������s Buola costlClcneo  ������ Dn^dSiliaBth'dayof Novomlkir, A.D. 1������W.  Form No. SB.  (Sootlon WI  LAND ACT  ���������Notice &f Inimiiim'i i:Q App^ to-  Purchase Land  In Wpat Kootoaiay tatAJRQO!^\Wj^*tyj&jM   ..    )ro_  <lort,fc Mountirtlli.  Provluoo of BMtUih Calurawa, and nltuato  In Aitow prook Valloy <n. oaat BlotXa of  TAKB NOTI01B Uiftt ICfflo ������>nlt Armw-  Hiniiii, ������*2 Ctwlo:.. B.O.. occupation, *>ni������Rt*nr,  lntimda toapply for i������arataili*aion to narohaao tho  foUowEur* deuorlhod lando: Commeiaolnir' at a  pose ft.aar.-vM. w������������ ������*w!> -f4.>;va Citsth &f������ ������������������������������������  of fittblot 180 of Ij^tB 4K������a,ai*d #608: tbenoo W������  chnlriM wcwit; thonca aoohrtttim aonth: thonoo Mft  chMntt oant: Uionoo aiO ������Jti.intJ aorUi, ana cental nlnja* 40 aoren mor* or lona    ^������^^--MP,_i,������___  J>at4*f B������i>tom*bora, lid  Mr. Cnrran of the Continental Tie &  Pole Company was. a visitor at Nelson  during the past week.  Mr. and Mrs. McKowara and Mr.  Spence of the Crainbrook Sash & Door  Company, are Kitchener visitors at  pre&ent.  , ���������  Mr, and Mrs. A. Simpson, who have  been working on the prairie for the  past several weeks, have just arrived  -home.    ,  y Miss Esther Nelson, who has been  visiting at Medlelne Hrat. Alberta, the  past few months, arrived home Inst  week. ' w -  A card party whs held in Hunt's  Hall at which the prizes went to Miss  Clara Hunt and Charles Nelson for  high Mores, and Ihe consolation  honors fell to Charles Bush and Mr.  Weston.  The Sash & Door Company hats resumed operations on a considerable  scale, with some thirty five men now  on the ��������� pay roll.  ...  ttluude Simpson and Clara Hunt  were home from Careston, where they  are attending high aohool, for the  weekend. .   -.  Cranbrook Courier: Fred Ryek-  vnan, asalstant Indian agent, returned  from" a shoot near Kltohenar on Tues*  day with a remarkable white-tailed  deer head -carrying eighteen points.  The trophy Is now In tho truida of  C. B. Garrett, tuxldermlst, B. W.  Ryoicman was also successful In bugging a deer. He brought down hlu kill  & moment before hlo brother placed  hii. lucky shot.  For 8ai4S���������10aa model 'Louring  Chevrolet, ingooal shapo. Apply Mra.  (I. J. Bayle, Creston.  Special Trtjins and Low Fares to  the \ Seaboard   during   December  "x       t      " r " *)*  . "���������"        sr ^������������^ ssrratatTF>g?f2 if) iUi 0 *n  W*m  connecting with  ^91  rilingS  From WINNIPEG  Hot. 23 - S.S. Mtlita  from Montrent - Nov. 25 for Stesgow, Selfast, LucrpooS  Die.  3 - S.$, Hontelalr M - St Jola - 8$c.  S Si Belfast, Slasgim,   Um$m\  Hec.  6 - S.S. Motttrase "     '������ - Dec.   9 " Bglfest, Siasgo������,   tlmpeo!  Dec. 11 - S.S. fAoatsalra "      M - Oee. U " Cobfe, SfeiTtsearg,  Dee. 12 - S,S. *-**** ������      ������        R- *= " a"afc-i  - Dae, ia sa aeiisii, uieipsoi  il4**0  Through Sleeping Cars to conned with Specials &t Winnispss  will be operated from -Edmonton, Calgarst, Saskatoon  Moose Jaw and Regina   '  ?;-:       Fot f ull' particulars ask TicV-et Argents  W* B. MARTIN* Creston. T. Wm BUNDY, Erickson  ~s  For Twenty-Five Cents we will  ml  supply   you   with   a   bundle   of  that will keep you in fire-lighting  material all winter���������if you are a  fairly regular stoker.  Slivers often produce blood poisoning.    Don't  take any chances by whitthn' shavings when  newspapers can be had at this price;  CRESTON   REVIEW  GOMMERCIAL  PRINTING  DEPT  Printed Butter Wraps mz ine .Review mmm  aaa  TTT-P:    TCTOnrprRf.    -ri?T?KTO^    B.    C.  For Mild Winter Climate. Good Accommodation   To   Suit   All   Pockets.   The  Farmers' Holiday Playground.  Write:  Victoria and Island Publicity Bureau  (George L Warren, Commissioner)  BUILDING OF NEW MANITOBA RAILWAY MARKS IMPORTANT NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT  I  Mftm&t-  \S JK S K������ A T\c H E W A  112 \\ /I   IV4!   \ **.  v IP  Kffurhtpe*.  UA  VTIae Dominion Government wiii, it  is, ejcpocted, shortly be in the .market?  for a loan of possibly arouud $50,000,-  OOOi Kon. J. A. Robb, Minister oi Fin-  aisfce, now has lhe Question iai hand.  tVA ton oi counterfeit. Soviet bank  _ notes, with a face value of many millions rubles, was discovered und confiscated by i)Olice iu a printing plant  at- Frankfurt-on-Main.  X The total'number of persons Killed  by" automobiles iu the City of Ncw  Yorlv for the first nine months "of 3f'27  was 77-', as compared \yi\h 73D for.the  same period of 1*926. showing aa increase of 35.  yThe New York "World, Democrat,  says that the politicians of New York  state have been highly anysunecl by  the upbringing oi a jjreax deal of  quiet actibity on behalf of Vice-Presi-  .<l.ent Davres as a possible i-andldate  -for liie Republican nomination for  ��������� sreEitkr-nt.  jtf!*3  #i'r"S>     s    v  j  C-OHW**      ^[OCUPDDITT A  If II /?rY&   M  O     '3  V^?a���������^^es* r   <vsk <^ 4..AmS&~~  a x^?:  "H'������-������������������!* S-.'?Z.'A 1?'t  * tc.G.Tto-ri  H  IM 735  Vr~*_  'och*  sas-K^-a  r^-      jl.   f^S^y  'J?*.9.d  ������*.������ ���������������'  Mar*  g Newspaper IMm  n  /T  ���������-HGUTE Of NFtTUNE  o  ^ e/d/zyagfJ  !    i  The   Government   of  Manitoba  has.1.$250,000..'.. iramediately,    towards . the  reached  an   agreement  -with  the  Do-  cost of the railway in order that ar-  ,*,-~-~, rt ^������-������>v,^^j- ~���������,i *i-.��������� flnt1!w1)������������������   rangements can be made to build the  immon Government and the Canadian I ^ withottt dela^ Tho minlng iufeer-  Naticual Railways 'whereby construe-  ests haT^ dlso conti-acted to build and  operate, a smelter at the. Flin Flon pi*o-  perty capable of treating three thousand  tons  of  ere   per day,  and* -will  proceed -with a large -water power de-^  . velopment, capable of producing 270,-  ! 000 horse power, whieli power "will be  ! of;rthe?aitaiiost valne in the operation of  ; tion will be beguai immediately upon  ; vo serve the highly minei-alized sec-  ! a line of railway, So aiil.es in length,  i tion of Manitoba, noa*th  of Tlae Pas.  Sunder this arrangement, the G-overn-  ! ^enfey^f'Maaiitoba, instead of guaran-  O  O  Mj^m^hWm.    \ ���������$& ^MSioti, ;as pre-^touslyyplaamed, -^lll; ������is,oo������1000 ^ill be made In  this  sec-  /^^L������-.<4wZmT    I ������aa^e?;pa-yments iiot? exceeding?f 100,000 | tion oil Northern    Manitoba    by    the  /^���������k^'"'il0I     }''>ahEauaIIy,--fdr  a pefiod-^bf five years, j Whitney interests,  an  amount  which  towards  meeting  possible  deficits  in-j will later be increased. Ore has been  cura-ed   in   the  operation   of^.the  line  blocked out or indicated by diamond  ���������d.uring      the       development      period  tliroirgh which    "the   fterritory, ,���������iiiust  "necessarily pass, fff      f'V  . .sP:>      -P-  This Whitney minmg?iritSrests,^whci  are developing the-Flin Floh pyoiaerty,  which   the   new   railway   will   reach,  drilliaig to the value of 5200,000,000 at  the EHti? Flon and thea*e are other  largeV'raiheralized deposits in the general area haying a total ore value esti-  mated������atVan additional ������300.000,000.  The new railway will extend north  have agreed to contribute the sum of [ from Mile 8 on the Hudson Bay Rail  way to the Flin Flan property, "its"  route closely paralleling'-'"the Saskatchewan boundary, to a point where the  height of land is reached, and the cost  is estimated,at $S,500,OOO. A satiafac-  toa*y freight rate basis has been established. -.;.-.-.;...  Th't grants of the provincaa.1 govern-,  anent and of the mining coihpataiy will  go to the Northern Manitoba Railway,  but this company will be ?entirely con-:  trolled--by, the Canadian National Rail;..  ways, whieh-wilt receive, theyauthqrity,  of the Canadian Government to'-'iesio'e^  and operate the roa-&, paying interest on the actual construction cost..  As indicated, the J&anitdoa,. Government had agreedi to guarantee the  bonds of the Manitoba Northemybut  after conference, at Ottawa, between  the Hon. Charles A. Dunning, Minister of Railways-and Canals, Premier  Ba*acken, and representatives of the  Canadiaai National Railways .and th'e  mining .interests, it was decided that  the plan, now to be adopted would per  mit  the  important  national  development to proceed without delay.    The  work of construction will, it is expected, start iminediately after the. first  of December, cm which d*a.te the Whitney interests exercise the option they  hold from the Mining Corporation of  Canada. Work "wiii be pushed rapidly  ahead, in order that steel may be laid  in the winter of 192S and supplies talc- y  en- In for the erection-of the smelter  and the power plant".  ) 'T^lief Fiiri'"Flon is. draly .oiae off liiany   :  'mihthg-properties in this general area  and -it is estliaiated that there arei oro  bodies In the region, comprised largely of zinc and copper, having a total  value of $500,000,000. The ore is not of  'as.high a grade as is to be found in  some other fields an'd calls, therefore,  ! fo'r a larger expenditure on.!.labor and  ! anachanery,  with  smaller returns  per  ; ton of ore.. The,ore deposits; in Northern rvlanitbba; are, hdw^vetvveijr nnach  larger than; those yet disclosed In any  section, ;.of Eastern Canada.      -   *   -',-  The Companionable Smock  There was a time not long ago wlieai  tlie aanaock waits identified as tlae w'oait-  ing- costaaano of aaa a'rttst,-. but of late  it has been adopted as ofilce uniform,  house frock, audi for evea*y typo .of  practical wear. Women find them more  convenieait to Klip on and off, aaad tlaey  nr������ very bocoaaalng, besides louding  themselves to a variety of designs in  coLtoaa washable fabrics. The smock  presented here "U voted ono ot the at-  tractive models. It. is fashion-'.'il of cotton' broradclotla Ira plniaa co\or, with  collar, rovers and hargo pockets of  printed cretoi-.ain in a bo com hug do-  sigta. There aw ^athorH over the bust,  tixatl it lasiB loaag col-in kIoovor. No. 11,'dn  Is In slzoR fl'l.flfi, P.S, .jft, -12 nm\ 4-1 Inch-  <>��������������� bust pi'/.o. Siv,o, 3U bust reciulroH 8  yard's ttt-i-inch plain laaatorlal, aaad IVi  yaida fagured. I'rlce 20 -urnta tlio pat-  ttsrn.  M.any stylos of sniaa-t apparel may  bu found in our aiew Fashion TJook.  Oan* dQHlgnei'B originsito thoir pnLtoa'ias  in t.!i(j heart of Hao ctylo cc-n^res, naa������*'  thoir ere.Vitlons aa*o those of tented  popularity, brooKht within 1he meaaias  of ili<>. avertigo woman. Price 6f:,tlie  book 10 r.'tiitt.s. tin- copy,  How To Order Patterns  ja-<Udrecfi--\Vlnt.!rpeR  Newaspaper Union,  27u   *Mc*L>uTiJjot   Afu,   U'liiuigJieg  Bad News For Students  German  School   Board   Has   Equipped  Buildings'With Baths'  Melancholy days have come for th'o  school children of Russelheim, Germany. The School Board has equipped  all of the school buildings with baths  and has ordered weekly^ablutiohs for  overy naipil. ���������-.-    y   '���������- y;  Protests wei'e registered by indignant parents that theii* off-springs  peycr dodged the proverbial Saturday  scrub, but the stern anemboru of- the  board -refused to '-. change thts ordinance. Teachers have beeai Instructed  to inspect neclcR and ears to boo that  tho job la doaie pi-qperly-.  Fight For Speed Record        [       Ghristmas Seals Campaign  Rivalry   Between   Britain  and   U.S.   is  pecoming Intensified  ' A British car with two engines of  20 li.p.���������the sis-e that thousands pi  British motorists use In their everyday cars���������is being designed and built  in *seci*et to attain a speed of 250 miles  an hour,  It.ia so advanced* that the lufikers,  tho Sunbeam Company of Wolverhampton, expect to have It roady at  the beginning of May. Its trials may  bo on a secret now course hi Eavgland  In tho first week in June,  The car has been designed by Louis  Coatalen, onghioer-iu-ehief of tho Sunbeam Company, and It is highly probable that "Bill" Guinness, founder a\nd  designer of tlae famous K.L.G. npiark-  Ing plug, and one of tho most renowned of British racing motoiists, who retired a few years ago, will drive tlae  machine.  Next year Ib  Hkaly  to witness  tho  ��������� as their own. Even  In lon^nenfleetoa . ������oat ^mentions  fight   for *p������MlI  ma*  cases till a famous preparation brlngfl promacy  between  America auul lung-  Long Standing Aothma. Many haivo  suffered bo' loaag from asthma nnd havo  tried ho many so-called romortios they  think that  there  Is no  real  holp  for  I thean.    Thoy should  road  tho loiters  j receiveal by the anaTtufactui'ors of l>a*.  I J. D. Kellogg'a Asthma Itemody froan  i lauudrodB of cases once as docpoa'ato  Ita long-neglectod  Manitoba    Sanitarium    Iai    Need    Of  Funds To 'Carry On Good Work  This is the: flrst-iyesir'.e^a Canada-  wide Seal Sale to fight tuberculosis.  The Manitoba Sanatorium, Ninette,  ^fan., is using this method to raise  funds for carrying on tho work of  combatting this dread scourge. Christmas seals have bocomq an Institution,  almost liko old Santa himself, and  their uso gi'ows more popular each  ���������succeeding year. Appealing particularly to the people'of Manitoba, tho  Ninette Sanitarium ts asking for a  wide-spread use of these seals ait this  co-m-tng holiday season. Tho Christmas seals sell for one cent each. Ky  sending a dollnr to the Banltoriuan  and ordering a huaidi-ecl seals, you will  then bo able to scatter a hundred  health messages, am3 each dollar's  worth provides nojudy    ninety    cants  >-5i*  -ft*'-  s  too  I'-ftttern   No..........  Size.1 ������.  Kawo  1 <*-* . . ��������� w  r     | , 1 L rr ir-m Hi   I'm  1 --ii 1 -|f   j-11 j |-11 _ r -'jmi niH'im iiii"-.i-i it iMrii|niitit.iii'������i,"'iiii'���������>f-t,-*ji--"|���������*---T   ������������������������������������������*- ^  VV*  N.     IT,      170!)  prompt help.  laud oat Iauad> and in the air. It was  siutod recently by an American engineer at tho .motor shci\v that American  designers have already get to work on more tho so people can be Uolped, tho  an noroplmio with a thoorolical ept.-ed  of 840 miles an hour.  pges^Before the Ey  Health Restored by a  Simple Liver JTonie  In ������mith Hill, Bermuda, there was  an interesting case���������that ol! Matthew  McDonald. .^Hl3 who?e,,���������l>e.<.ly was, af-  fectea by'-.trembllng-r^hadyd'lazy sp'ells  sind. Was; light-h&aded'. -! His general  health was poor. "My health, was very  bad. My stomach and liver were much  upset. I had vague pains in my back.  My shoulder bladiOB, ached. Black  speck floated before :nay. eyes and I  despaired of getting well. The doctor  at my chemist^ shop recommended  mo to use Dr., Hamilton's Pills,.They  made Vno well and st'rdng. Now T sleep  well, eait well and havo strong nurves.  J. jfeconunend. my. friends to use Dr.  Hamilton's Pills."  Half-sick men and wotnon who  scarcely know what alls them, will bw  Cor km^l of ,������ra80 ... Mju^.te&^fiB?* "U^^'St,^  Iii many, homes Christmas this year | aisappear. headaahoa    are    forgotten,  will    mean   only   wretchedness   and   appetite' increase, blood/ is  enriched,  pains af'fiio ,baso of the spine, aro.  btoppod, tho nerves are toned up, ambition to woi'k is increased, and cUiy  by day the old-time health una vigor  return. Got a few SDo, boxes from your  drain gi at.  mttti, >y*n tiw^ii* v*mm,m+tt^tomt^mmimm*mm������mmH0'm0**mmm*m*mmmmHm*fmm***itM*mmim^  pain; Tuberculosis has wrecked tla*o'd  bodies and. dullod  ftad licartn  to  the  ! happiness and "joy of  the Chvlstmas  season. Tho moro seals you buy tho  -Cutfa and; Bruises Disappear.���������-Whon  sufCoa-laaK from cuts, seraitehos, hrnlaes,  Bprjiina, sore throat or chest and Jiny  similar a1] 1 ment, use Dr. Thomas'  Kclnoirlo Oil. VIFt healtilg power 'In  wRll-kn(nvn in ovory    Bootlon   of   the  more can tuberculosis    ho   prevented  froim talking root Iu other, homes.   ���������  Easy To Identify  Anonymous letter ws*Hoi*s frequently print their missives In block letters,  thereby expecting to foil j-ecoguitlon.  Tho hand waiting expert given their  coinmuulty. A bottle of Dr. Thomas' r0al band wrlLing can identify the  Moledrlu Oil should, be In every modi-, M j loUoro at ahno'at a fllnglo mlcro-  clno cheat roauly for the emergoncles'  "Did. you stay lonfr on your lioMdiiyn  Jn tho oountry?"  <������vi**������.,ja  q..    *",i*f    ""-^olr".    .T'.'frt    ion*'"'  nnough   to    dirty    11    tshirtl" PajBeB.  (Sititin, Vvordon.  that may alwatytt. bo aiUlclpatod.  It has been outlmatad .that * tho  earth <������an mialntaln n population of  6,000,000,000, it  i of tal whioh    will    bo  reached about 2100    sit    the    pros ont  1      *- ���������  I iHU. ������1   JUL l v'.i.vl:,  IVJlnJird's Liniment for 'Cold*.  ^soople glance. It ,was also stated that  almost invarliO'tly. tito anonymoais let-  tor writer has at criminal record'or  criminal tondoncles. ITo Is novor noa-  mnl.  X-*     I.  ���������������  .M\ft\tf\*\r\r-\v  r'niinnllnf in tlio  wonndinl launt.au* lo" bo iolcl \/lmt the  otboi* hunier nalstoollf- him for.  Yukon's Tourist Attractions  Yukon has been known In Iho pent  almost oaitlroly as a .mining* country  but tho tourist li*afllc Is assuming a  prominent,' jfalaco p-nionig, .tho, coananor-  olal assets of the Territory. Tlao  uniaiuo luituval .attractions, maguUl-  cent ��������� scenery, bracing- ���������, sUmoHplaore,,  continuous daylIglit1'during tho Mim-  mor Boason, and' Improved facilities  for tho tourist are the reasons for tlao  rapid growth In tho number of visitors.  .Tudglng from bids for stands at tlio  OCe?.1f.   JTSOVt    f*      \Xy\*^MrVt*       "IT!n(ii'li������rH'lr,  lcos ar������������������������ conBlderotl the nioet'Dormlar  puraltitHMH by l������olidtiy-makor������ tlv^ro.  ��������� vi  '' THE   REVIEW,    CRESTON, . B.   C.  ^  /  <fl  nmmn&Bi&s^i nss%m r<@ u& I  Old Prophecy Deciphered       .'  >Mediaeva,1   "Magician.   Predicts   Disap*  "'  l    peararace OF Britain In 3422 \  "Paris'WiU be wiped out* in* the* year  422 and, Britain will    disappear    be*  "neaih the waves that she .has ruled 20  loaig, according to a prophecy of the  mediaeval magician No������tradamus,  that has just been deciphered by the  Adyar Society.  The destruction ot Paris will be accomplished by "air vessel?" that will  hover over ihe city dropping death  and. anqihiliatlon, says, the ancient  prophecy'.  Nostradamus- predicted the  -French 'Revolution .and two huuda*ed  and iifty years before, the beheading  of Louis XVI. he described with the  most minute details the clothes the  King would wear when    he    was    to  "mount the scaffold.  VAcl������������n^t)������yi.iiO *>**'*���������. doW*******"! "V* lei T-������r������/*>������  **���������* V������J ������-*  tiVV������U.*������lUM jt/4VUuMWVWa ***������ ������>���������*.���������  ���������phecies to Catherine de Medici. The  telpher" appears to have told* a consecutive story, harmless and Innocuous.  Now that the key has been found, a  deeper -meaning has been discovered.  Yi���������*ldi,to tills  re aim e tit  y._" Redden chest  with hot wet  towels: ruhtm���������-  apply thickly  >vaporub  soofa as her dishes are  done; to the  teacher over the river." -  Helmi found life at tho mines full  of interest, 'too. From her window,  which- she washed clean the' first day  she occupied the' room, she uotild see  the mountains, and th^y answered' to  her every mood. When she was happy they lifted her up; when life was  dull and gray, the mountains told her  it didii't matter much���������in a-hundred  vs&rs at would he all the sairio. *  (To Be Continued.)  r-  PAINTED FIRES  BY NELLIE L, McCLUNG  I  COPYRIGHT, CANADA,  1925  CHAPTER XII.���������Continued ily, "this darned "slag blows all over.  Ilelmi shuddered with the ugliness no 0110 cai1 keeP clothas a good color  of it all, and looked wistfully after thej���������So what's the use of trying. 1 ain't  train as it went on across the bridge | eoi������* to break my back trying to clean  to Mine No. 2  up  hery heart was  .   vtn   .itiusa   lijlc;   ui tugs I -���������-  *-  But when she looked } UP the dump. Certainly no one tried  eras  cmiekly lifted,  for; t������ clean Jt Xor;jmej.,ana it ail goes well  J.   7<        %->>.:,>':*-        $   ?':-? '., ''y-_ py  '.������i';*Ml,'-.v>l--A-i   _^->*'/^l.vl^' y.#*������ r'e***J4S   *������.%+4#   "XT*-.**    -IVi-*.  above?Vhea*^er& Vthe eternaliShttls. ot  God, mistily purple, a.1 though ,the; sun  was so bright .in the .valley.. They reminded Helmi* that^the ugliness of the  scene'"below flras'a^raCtemlOTaiy  '"thing" tiiat could be speedily "changed.  Tfte*^iiltsi?-?*in-'?-?^  strength and endurance were eternal.  The rain and the witt^I liadjbeaten on  thean for long centuries; the wliole  artillery^ oi the 'sk*^s had beeai mslr-  . s hailed ������'a"jlaiiiist'- thein, f.yet 'they had  not :beenvmoved. The strength!oi: the  hill-* was in Helmi's heart when, she  Boarding. fjEI6u.se; f  we'll^|ooJn he ?able ^io j^et duti You forget this stuff about cfeariin' up, Heiuii,  and we'll'all like you better. Wefe  been here longer than you. you know*."  ���������:���������>.'.- ,\vjieKi?KeIm!-'; wantedto* di^^Uf^some  ground, for a garden,- she met- sullen  opposition, 5*;i< alB^tyg^in'^ ytca^put in a  garden for someone, else to eat���������and  that's how it may:. turn s outi"    Ma*s.  Turner had cbrafe'iii tdhave h������r morning chat with Mrs.    McMann.    Calls  were usajallyjbetween ten and twelve,  and-this morning Mr^Tiiirlfter waB de-.  teranined. tofkiil the;gaarderiiyldea once  for? ail.v":-. V' \yi "���������'���������    y , VVV P'-g .  V*���������'Helmi;.'-'wilii a tow^|ot@:*her   head,  stood da* tlie -kitchen Viable    washing  windows;; ??Iha**s what I tell Helmy,"  said Mrs,; y McMann,    patiently,    "but  she^sfi^t a? notion that women jshould  be all the time chasm' dirt or digglh.*  filled the river's course with' a'.fbam-  injgyfldpd Von^ whiqsey surf ace    logs  .,(.rqjle,^  t^.TJie-v'sauce^  A..yAA.A   CHAPTER XHIy    ���������   ���������'-'' V  Spring had come with its carpet Of  flowe%4ts i^lanfedaysc;and������ velvety n^oufc I^tellvher she5s tryih?Vto show  blacl^i|lrtsy^aiigled^ith stars ^^Ifo^'ipef^lLhe^ni  &&e's feotf that old  musical with the sound o"f^ rushing %"f a!-"  ters, for the snow of .they moun|ains  country idea that if you want to make  Jafhit with the mtn you have to show  them what a .gre'atfwbrkfer you are. I:  tlihik H^my? is tryln'Vt^fget the idea  oyer to:.; this young; jack .Doran���������but  that's not the way to get next itpfa boy  like Jack. He's civilized enbtSgh to  have .the Aanerican c+-idea   thaly; men  |gi*.ass,   through   which   the  anemones  ||obked up blue-eyed and shy through              $sU>Ir furry caps, shading?in cqloa^-ft-om^^ahe-mtey''&dfw&cn spoilt,  palest pink through mauve into pur  !$>ic. Helmi had. never seen them? be  Sfore, and wondered if this was their  |^a;st time to come. Tho buttercups  pviiich y followed ?wero like those at  |h6me, and so were the-- cowslips~-and  ^lio wild roses! This women laughed  *at her- delight.    V ���������������������������-��������� ���������.���������:-. ���������,-��������� :���������'->������������������ :-���������  jl- >"Gee Whizz!" said Mrs* "Turner, who  fllved near the boarding-house, "it  ^doesn't take much to please tho Finn  figlrl.' A day at ay circus would-kill'lier  fftir sure'iCsne makes such a Cuss over  fin, ;few little wlldflpwcij's:'':' ������������������ I j y? y..;^  (f ^Tho coming of Spring with all its  i-jboauty brotiEht no jaiiprovqmont In the  I'll tt erod yaa-ds, where the coiiden aed  ^rntlk tins anounted higher and higher  m  Helmi had been scrubbing th^tapper  part of the windows and taking no  part in the;c6nyea*satlbn. Jusai at this  anoment -she-had lifted the china top  of^ at? henVwhich liad-Btood for ft long  time on,the to'pjof the kitchen ,cupboard, and found In tho henvayinter-  Jor an i'&sortment of wax-endaVspobis,  a set of false. teeth, a candle, i-and. a  .watch-ch.aln made of hair. ";pi������ you  know those, were here?" asked 'Helmi,  suspecting 'that theVchina li.en- had  ittftd her. own secrets for sometime.  ��������� "My^starS, ilelmy!" cried Mif's. McMann. ^there's something to ,'house-  cleaulng    after    all.    Mr.      McMann  blamed me for hldin' them very 4oeth,  ^Hftd9,ft������U toU|ig ..rooked .boards in  u^vo thcm on the^emev > ���������nd   hi  tlio vorhandahg-were atlll broken  "There's iiotisp    putting    on    cur-  :   ttvina,'' cald Mrs. Taiaaaci-, apologetioal  Is Ybtir Stomach froiifcling You?  \'1  '".   * !     H *\ ,   ���������,   'i*'*    ,V!'    'x' . "-'.'/ ���������'''���������      ���������?*  Hamilton. Ont.*--'/l?r. Perce's Golden  Medical   Dtacovery   is   a   remedy   for  atoanaclt   and    lavca*  trouble that   I   can  highly recommend.  Before  1  took it  I  would have spells of  inUmsc* suflfenaig, but  through   its   use   I  paJaaea In weight and  /mm "i-r**     amp,    health and felt just  '^Kl HP   ,. finc.-.My friends even  "**"^M>w>^%*CU    coiiuaiciUc.l    un    any  ^^x^/sJ^^   changed  appearance  ���������my complexion wait* better aaad nay eyes  Virighter/'-^IN'trfl.   Caroline   Nclaoaa,   74  Steaclieu St.. E.  People in every walk of life today flay  T>. Pierce's r.fihlen M������;dacal Discovery  haa restored thean to health. It t������ a  reliable medac.iaae made from roots and  herbti. sold by dwiggtetn, in both auad sand  tablets. Scaad 10<: for trial pits', tab etn  to Ur. i'acrcc������: J-.ut������oruLo������y iu iiMUtiC;-  latarg, Ont.  the question "What is Home Without  a Mother?" tho other one gave  sta*aa3ge but definite answer, ''Peace,  Perfect Peace." It was here that the  men ate their meals, carried In on  huge trays, which Helmi handled with  all the grace of the wornen of the  jusst who carry t������*^r watcr-bottlea on  their heads.  After the meals were over and the  tables cleared the men played cards  on the tables.    Helmi's manner **jjas  detached and aloof. She was remembering Aunt Lili's advice, which was  easy to follow in every case but one.  Young Jack Doran,  who washed before each mneal, flinging the water out'  of the  basin with a  circling motion,  always looked  so    clean    and    fresh  when lie came in that Helmi could not  refrain from looking at-him; His hair  w;as dark brown-and iraarcelled itself  in-spite of its regular washings. Mrs.  "McMann. had said-it was a-pity to see  such lovely hair wasted on a; m������tn. Helmi was careful not to "show? her admiration; but It was "hard to keep from  looking at Jack, lais face shone but so  clear among the grimy face3 around  the table, ������ihd though he  called her  "Pinii-giri'" it   never   sounded   fridsh.  He asSijed hea: to go with him to a  dance?one: Saturday night at the lao'tei,  arid although she Wanted to go, for she  loved-tro dan.ee, by some perversity; of  :spirit she refusedV ���������-"   >V��������� f - -:': *'-  '��������������������������� ssP.  "Firasi, you're? foolish,''' ?Jack    said*,  "yoii should take your fun as. you go.  It's  the onlyv way to get  any.'*  But  Mrs.  MeMarin  commended Helmi  by  telliiig her this' iribn- would think all  the shore of her if sh.e didn't "jump at  the first  chance  she  got to go to a  dance?   fSlrs. McMi-ian Quoted 'many instances in laerfown past life to prove  fit.   "The 'seldbm seen ^he; m<i>st adm.lr-  ed/J'ishe.said was.yaf 'safe'rule''''for''any,  girl. Helmi did nbiV see that it 'matterv!  ed much about being _seeh once more  when three times she wais seen carrying trays, and, anyway,    she    didn't  'care^hethe^'the^'liieja.- admired ;her or  not���������but she wanted to dance.  Helmi spent a dull evening in.-her-  room, listening to the ribbony %-oice 01T  the ?fiddles, which came" through the  open window, arid wondering who  Jack Doran was dancing with now���������  not that it mattered to her she told  herself over andi over. She wrote a  long letter to her sister Anna In Finland, and put a five-dollar bill in the  letter for her. grandmother, and, tried  to feel she was a good girl to stay  away from the dance���������but failed. .  Mrs. McMann told tlie other women  that sho was glad to he able to say  of Helmi that she knew how-to keep  tho .men in their plaice; how when Bill  Larsen, the bartender, who- waB ri  goad follow, too, tried to got fresh  with Helmi because ho knew her language, she. threw a plate of soup at  him���������good soup It was; too -~ but  Helmi was just that kind, the first  thing that came to her hand she used.  No ono had tried %o got Tunny with  her since, "and," Mrs. McMann continued, "she's a great girl for her  English  lossons.  oft.every  night,  as  Medical  Missionary  . Returns To India  v  Seventy-Two-Year Old Woman Resumes Duties After Furlough  Although she has reached* the age  of 72, J>r. Anna S. Kugler, the first  American -woman medical missionary  to India, has by special dispensation  of the Board of Missions* of the United  Lutheran Church in America. been  permitted to return as superintendent  of Guntur Hospital. She built and developed this institution in the 44  years she has spent in India.  Returning to America on furlough  in 1925, much broken in health, Dr.  Kugler, then 10. was due to retire.  But during the past summer " the  board granted her urgent request that  she he permitted to return.  During her stay in America?, I>rv  Kugler received individual gifts totalling more than ������3,000. which jdie declared -would be used to purchase new  equipment for her hospital.  Dr. Kugler went to India in 1883,  when even men medical missionaries  were scarce. In 1904 she received  from the "Viceroy of Fndia the bilver  Kaiser-i-hind medal in recognition of  her services to the people of India.  Some years later the Government  again honored her by ��������� adding a ba r  to this iriedal. ?      ;.   uiwSt������ll     _.    i,_   -^*j__ _ _   it  '  OF TAR 6c COD.LalVEfi EXTRACT'  Sold in generous size boliUsty dealers everywhere.  TIm- J-* L. RTathieu Co.. Props.; SfcsybTnoSn*; Q������e-  r>_!-_;���������; ,t_*   *m *.  ������*UlUlfiB������Ulg   im?    V������CS!L  464' Farm j lies Are Placed On 119,633  Acres Of Land In Western  Provinces  During.the first nine months of the  present calendar year the Canada  Colonization Association placed 46a  families on 119,633 acres of land in  the west. There were 133 placed in  Manitoba on 26,810 acres; 175 families  in Saskatchewan on 50,815 acres; 141  in Alberta on 38,421 acres, and 15 in  British Columbia on 3,581?facres.y The  Association is a subsidiary of the Canadian Pacific Ra.ilway Department of  Colonization  and Development.  "It doth not yet appear, what -we  sha.ll be;'V-l? johndii. 2. V  Have vre   not   all.   ainid   life* s   pe tty  . strife, ���������>-"*'-yy - ���������:. .--   -ii- :-.-  -  Some pure Ideal of noble life,-  -That' once fseemed' possible? uid  we  -Vrioiyliear- :- .^Sfe^iR. :v.-iyf.  The" flutter of its wings������ anil feel it  f near,   ,.-������������������. ,  -. ��������� ��������� s-s...??���������'���������  And f lust within- bur reach ? Ia> was;  '������������������'���������''"ari&'yet'"   '"'" ....--,-.-    -;-;,y,j-  We lost it in this daily jar and fret,-  And now live idle in a .vague regret;  But still our, place is kept, and It'will  ' cwait, "-Xi ���������"''  Ready for us to fill it soon, or late.  ���������Adelaide'Anne Procter.  -There is rio joy, there'is no beanty,,  there is no glory of living-or itctlng,  no supreme moment you can picture  in. your, dreams, that Is not in your  life as God sees it, stirring in the in-  ��������� tuition'^you- have of It now, waiting  for you in tho glorious fulfilment that  shall be there.���������Adeline D. T. "Whitney.  FOR MOTHERS OF  YOJING CHILDREN  * -v "-' ' "-        ' - - -������������������ -'    *'.?.--  Mothers are quick   to   praise " anything which brings?-*health and  comfort to their-' little onesr���������-anygjraedicine  that will malce the baby well and keep  hirii-well will always receive'Jhfearty  recommeridatioii    froin    the ��������� siother.  That is why Baby's Own Tablets are  so' popular.-;^^^ Thousands, -of.., mothers,  throughout the' cbuiitry, not1 only use  them for^their o-wn little ones but are  always delighted to be able to recban-  mend th era  to other .mothers.  Thbu-  sands of mothers have proved Baby's  Own Tablets f to be without'an���������-��������� equal  In relieving their little ones of any of  the fmariy minor aihnerits which arise  outfpf a derangement of -the stomach  andibowels. Baby's-Own Tablets are  thef ideal !asative^-easy to ytake hut  thbrbuigh'ln -actions They banish? cori-  stipatiori and indigestion;    breakV -riP  colds arid simple fevers; expel" wbriris  and-.make , thef .teething- r period, -easy.  The Tablets are    sold    by    medicine  dealers or ?by mail at 25 cents a. box  fmM The Di'. WilUams' Medicine "Co.,  B^c|^-i^le|;Ont.     " r       P     '-     *_, '  Women areVpreferrjad to men as  pearl d'lvers at Takoku, Japan, because it is claimed they can stay under water longer.    Corns disappear when treated with  Holloway'a Corn Remover without  leaving a scar.  W.    N.    XJ,    1700  cups, and I vowed I would, hide theim,  but I really never did, Ono day thoy  disappeared, and I was blamed. Fancy  you finding them-:; when thbftroublb is  over, arid nbw ijdbn't know' whore ho  is to' 'tell hlriii Gosiat ain't' that ,tho  toughest part; it's the last Ktraw that;,  blinds tho'cauiol'tt eye oveay time. Now,  If 1 Ju at knew where ho was! Just  put thean back, Holriiy, and let the hen  Htay where sho is���������yes. wash it lf you  like, .though' I don't know uh it ..natters now'sho's dona hor worst to ario."  Tho front ot* the houao was a big,  baa*o room, whoro nljjrfht. ajiblnfi, covered with oilcloth, Btood.. Tho walla  wore ot lumber, aud bore oaily lupmr-  anco calendars and pop torn of tho Kd-  monton Fulr, one allowing a green  chiltl leading a a*od calf, another a  buchIng broncho with hia heelrt aimed'at tho atarn, hlu rldor unporturbod  and Kinillng, wavliig hiw hat at (ho au-  ' dloauw. "i w������ aiaot,to������;H aaa iraaanota oi  light wood, croBalng lit the co'ariorsa  under gold loavoo. tatai-od at opch  othor acroRR  the apace.    One ml Med  The "FIm"  LEFT HER WITH  A VERY WEAK HEART  Mrs. Boulah Domoario, Pleasant Eivorr  3ST.S., writoa:���������"Having milfpred with  ill o * flu' a fow yo������rfl nj������o, T. wn������ lc*f(*.  with a very woaik heart.    '  "I' wain unable to go about, und  could not do nay laoaasowork,  **I woaild got dixzy-Bp'olla and would  .have to go and Iio down.  "I could nofc sleep at nEght aa tho  Icaist little aaoisio would wako mo up.  44I tried different, kinds, of" medicine,  but tkoy seoancd to do nao no good.  ���������i*'A  irioud U-coaiatuondcd  I hatvo used Hvo  box os and aan auiicli  bottorj do not got  tlioNQ A'vxzy Bpoll������,  und can do -my  ,ovn\ work fan well  as ovca*.*'  Price flOci. a bo* at a31 draagghib' nnd  d������alor(������, or art ailed direct on receipt nt  prieo by Tho T. Milbura Co., Liritttttid,  Toronto, Oat.  Ruled' Over Jungle Capital  King Of French Protectorate Lived In  Lavish Luxury     ,  Twenty years ago a king stood on  a balcony of a, hotel In Marseille^.and  flung handTuls of gold and sliver coins'  to the crowd below. "V^vo la Franco!"  he .-shouted as he scattered a fortune  to tho winds.  "Long live the king," pcreamod tho  appreciative crowd as It fought for  tho coins.  Ho'i'iyed to bo 87 years old, and  tiled the other day down Iri Oampo-  dln, Indo-China, tho Uttle '��������� French  pi'otoctorate whero Uo ruled. King  Slsovvath lutd. ten official wives, a  harem of G00 beaut lea, 1,000 sacred  dancing'girls, and 1*16 children.  Ho lived in lavish luxury, ruled in  tltlo only, and only once Ieft his little  juaiglo ctipltal. That was In ."19QG, when  ho toured Franco drbased/ in liis cos-  tumo of state���������an old dorby hat mir-  mountod by n $100,000 diamond,  kiiickerbockcrs of gaudy nllk, an  amclont full dross coat and old ton  shoes. -  We hope the flijms which sell saxor--  phpnes on installments are very  prompt about taking them back when  the installments fall behind.  Quickly eases  Srrlti&ted Throats  ^  y^ Slowly ���������wallow^ a alp o* "BncklM-V*.  You'll bo^aatonlahed by the immediat*  w-Hef it brlnata to ��������� sore, innuutMt  throat. BInffcro, BDcaUera and omolccra  Bhould saver b������ -without -It. The flrat  dose cleara and soothes tho throat and  :hlal tubes-���������and there are 40  en in a 76'cent bottle 1 At all  if-rgfota and Kuarantecd ,  XV. TC. Bnelcley, Llmtted.  US KSulUuS  S8.,  Toronto 2  T0H3  M I X T U R ,E  Molds Third Place  Tho Canadian poultry and egg pro-  daicliou haa reached a vuluu oZ ov<-r  78 inillioai dollars a yeai% according to  a statomont of tho Hon. John S. Martin, Minister of Agrlcultura 1 or Ontario, hi^the Poultry Supply Dealer.  Oai tar lo ia by fair In tho lead with a  production of ovor 32 aaaillioai. Quebec  Ib noxt with 13 million, and Saskatchewan third with 11 million; dollar/-  worth of poultry and m.{\gH produceal  En a year.  Acts tlUs a /Jas.V-������ ���������taglo ������Co proves it  *mmtmmittmm*tmmit������*'iit*t*m*t^tmimm0m*mititmtmmmtmd)  MUSICAL* INaTRUMgNTS  LTItA-PHO^I'P V    GIl/VMOPHONte,  3 8 selections; ij'i m'M fbr**$55.00  Guarnnteod.      Polsson,    3-10    Mount-  Iloyal East, Montreal.  1 Kocp Mlnurd'u Llc.imcnt Sn iho- lioucc.  n ' KswObCKM BJCSaWfffl OVSTKfW#'*  TbMs * condition (or dl������ *u 1 ta mbiali dooior*  glvp iiuny names but which fern of tliam really  understand. lilssHnply\vcu!i|leii-nbrcBl.������lo*rM,  as li were, oflbe vitaa forces th.u timtainihosye-  Una. Nomstierwhsi ma> beltso������uset (tJusr? ens'  ���������Inioai nuraberUss), Us ayinpion>a are much alt*  0������mo; lhe *ta*|-o rcomlitent bclria ������Ue[������les*nei*������l  ���������enN������ ef prostrelldri or wearlncai. Orpi������-������sioi) ol  ���������rplrlls and want cf energy for nJI the ordinary!  alla'rtofllfe. Now.\fliatalonelaah������olu(clyesseiw  tlal In all auehcaseaisancreasedvli titty���������vieour,  ���������l.al streneils and energy ao ibrow off tMs*  inorbld fa������linRa.������nd as nn-ln aucc*>������da the <!���������������  tliu ti 1.������y txi tuoic c������-i!utnl> aj-ciu c>l t>v a cvuiir u(  THE NfttW FRENCH REMEDY.  "yB-rBBnTKy A B*!!8 M jPh ftl fikiit Tfti  then l>y any other ktio^ra couXitnaiaon. tioautefy  as It Ulaken in accordance with ihedirecitonsae'  aorni������a(iylnRlt,w|lltli*uhaileredl������falihl<rriistorM|  TS-fle BXPIRINQ LAF^P OF UFE1  UOHTID   UP. APRERH,  ondanei-'ealafancatiapsri'dln place of whs that}  ���������olslsBy ������*<i������i������-itworrioiit,ntKliif������ Bii.Jvulnrlf.s.  Tblswonderful madkamrmls siiiiab!aroraia������r������a  ���������������a������lllutlon������andconctlt|Ana,lneltb������'r������aa; ant) it  fat .5tK,.i,U  I,, Uli������Nl<>n ������ a!.W -i.'< Ol .!..l ������..r^....uiV  ������tbo*o main **Mtir* la trrskne**, that will tint  IUa spa*diay (ki.xl |)*n������������irt*Ma)y ������v������-rcoiA������ l>y iki'a  B������������������lt'*TSttv������#i(H#tir������,W(h������rht������d|i������H������-.������������Sl0r������ftlnfi)������  ������b1(wlnn ������������vf������if'ythliiR <liai h.A f>rft.������tUA It i<y* \h\������  Mda-Bpr������ari&'ni>tnrtf6tj������r.lastt'>thii>n������nBttroents.  , a>l������t������������l������������.Hrisr.U������inl������U,������������������ltli������������ N������(*twrninallfi<������m  llWlVHi.l.a*bU44.lU.liat'������iM������������Ai.4.IN,W.*,l.������a4u������ THE  CRESTOK   REVIEW  Local and Personal  Horse sweat bads at 65 cents and up  at Alex. Mirabelti's.  who will   operate   the   skating rink  again ihis winter.  SAUS���������Half  I  Bs&m���������On November 24th, to  and Mrs. Stanley Hentireif? a son.  Mr.  men's  tubular  U. A. Mit  Fob  dozen   t _ .  31'OJO.   i  apiece.  purebred  50 to  Dad"  Wamesd���������Pair    of  skates and boots, size 9$.  tun; Creston.  Cow For Saub���������Jersey-Shotthorn,  just freshened, $75 with calf. Geo.  I>avie. Canyon.  Fob Saue���������1923 model tmirinR  Chevrolet, ua good shape. Apply Mrs.  G. J.- Bayle, Creston.  Mt. and Mrs. Denzi!   Maxwell   were  -up from Sirdar  for a  weekend visit  with Mrs. Jas, Maxwell. f  J. Wymott Williams of West Creston was a business visitor at Nelaon  this week, leaving on Tuesday.  &. J. Bayle arrived from Norihport  at tbe end. of the week, for u few days'  stay with Mrs. Bayle and fatniiy.   _;  Tbe Girls Guild of Christ Chaarch  are having a sale and tea on the afternoon of Saturday, December 17tb.  Mrs. M. Young and Miss Mirrell  Miller, returned   on  Tuesday  from  a  eftiOrt..   visit    Witts    Mx;.ii.ijiV������S    lu    l?r������J3  brook. ������  Aforot- Johnson and nepeew. Frits  Johnson of Moyie. were weekend  visitors at Creston, guests of Mrs. C  Fransen.  Mrs* A. K. Swansea-:   was   renewing  acquaintances ia Creston at the weekend, and whs a guest of Mr. and Mrs.  Jas. Cook.  The  fall  fair directors have leased  the main  building  to   Fred   Waylett   ���������������_    r .   OCjfa    *.������������  .. uiw juc((uui>i vin/koioiai  asuni auu   wJ  300 eggr   hens,   83  Browell, Canyon.  The annual meeting of - Creston  volunteer firs brigade takes, place on  Monday nigh^r December 5th, at the  town hall at 8 p.m.  Mrs. L. B. Schmnacer and daughter  of Lethbridge. Alberta, are Creston  visitors thia week, guests of Mr. and  Mrs. ESmil Johnson.  For November the Valley hads a  gain tab population of three, with three  births, no deaths and one marriage  recorded Of the new arrivals two  were girls.  R. I*. Wilcox   of Salmon   Ann,  an  Decenaber 8th is the closing date for  receiving members this year.  The deer shooting season has about  two weeks to run. Locally ttie kill of  venison hae been lighter than last  year- Chas, Hcam. has had the best  luck to dat(ivyi?yHe7got tva?o flrve bucks  while huntahgmtiie Kitchener cour*  try on ^^e5Ri?Bv^.yy~lKat, asid -has, very  generously reraembered friends witlii  son>e of the choice roasts.  Provincialy -jiqllee..? McLaren was a  business vl#?|^rftt'?N^sns*n^ the first  of thei;:wefk^Hey'l^nk R. G. A, Hockley to that city for nicdacal eacamloa  tion .-.fas' ::?tO y^iis y..*|^|iity/ Since losing a  sutan placed at iB365 In a fake optical  fHiPJ-atiftsa eseciateal by a .couple of  travelling 'Vspectailstp" about three  months   ago,  Hockley's,  conduct  has  inspector for the  poultry section   of .^w������ tea*rational! every d*y> ancL on  Friday at was necessary to take nam  1  ������  a������  ^iitfifitig - ui  See our Windoujgm Sss ossr Shop  the B.C. departnient of agriculture,  was here oaaa official visit ait the end  of the we**!?. . y  Watosd���������Responsible party would  like to borrow 82000 at 8 per cent.,  giving first mortgage on S0-H������re fruit  farm    as    security.     Write    Bo  China, Toys, Chocolates, Smokes, Books,   Perfumes,  Ivory^ Goods, L-eather Goods, Orthophonies,  Magazine   Subscriptions, and  many  faocy  auuttt* vxj utiuuoo xruiua.  Xmae, Candles **nd Tree EfeeormHonSe  Xmas* Crepe Paper and Ribbons foi tiemg.  Xmas Greeting Cards, both personal and  common" choice*  Caah trading was' very quiet at tbe  Creston ofiSce of the provincial police  for IS or ember, with an an lake of  about $103. of which amount $31 was  flnee arid costs.  m w iS*s������  S'JMBAY. ������>EC������ 4>���������,  CRESTON���������Sa.ua. and 7.30 p.m.  LISTER���������11 a.na.  CATTLE ESTRAY  Came to the premises of the under-  signed about November 16tb, roan  cow.": Owner car* have same on proving property and paying all expenses.  D, LEAttMONTH. Creeton.  .   ..-,!;,.. r- : ; y\   . '���������:   Starayei from the premises of the  un^������i*sig!jed bl&ek two-year old heifer  showing strain of Jersey, horns, ao  brands, not-cfe in left ear. Heward for  information leading to recovery. H.  "YQUNG-, Canyon.  Mrs. fW. B. Martin, who has been a  hospital patient at Cranbrook for the  past three weeks,  arrived   home   on  Tuesday, and is making a very  factory e������cove������*y,  FOB-*. SAiK���������Heavy bobsleigh, $&>.  Also 4-y������ar old horse, sound and  gentle. $150, or would let oiat for keep  to tesponeible party until ifebrunry  15th.    John Gaafield, Creston.  Trinity United Church Ladies' Aid  established high water naai-k of recent  years at church dinner intake with an  ingathering of S85 at their annual  spa ead on Thursday night last.  Shareholders have received notices  for the annual meeting of Creston  Reclamation Company, Limited, to be  held Monday night, Beceraber 5th,  C. F. Hayes is the leturning president.  iii cfe&r^r to fevolct dsstVa by starvsisQss.'  K, K. CJaifj of Vancouver, who has  done excellent work with the ReeSa-.  niation Company for the past, year in  adjusting nffaira with the Indian and  public works departments. w������s a vial-  tor at Kelnpn this week for the Wiiter-  ways Commission hearing, and came  on to Creston 'o fully acquaint himself  with company activities to date. He  was accompanied by H. Bays, a pro.  niinent business man of the terminal  city.  CRESTON DR  OQK STORE  GEO. S������. jK?S*L.3LTx  Creston and District Women's Institute have the  December 'meeting on  Faraday  next at 3 p.m.   The delegates  | to    the    recent    'tSootenay Boundary  I Institutes* conference  at   Kaslo   will  make their reports.  R. A. COMFORT  ~iss.  ANNOUNCEMENT  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 $1.20  HOLSTEIN���������lOQuarts, $1.10  CREAM  Pint 30c  4-������int.. ��������� 15c.  tKU  FinitilaecS in Walnut.    Height 37  inehoa.       Width t9f iaaolaoH.  Depth 21 inoheo.  Tlaia ie your invitation to hear  the Now Brunswick Geixana  Pun a trope which I havo in  .stock. Sold on easy payments. iCall in and hoar  itu wontferfail tono finalities.  . MAWSON  sjarerm Duyers waai ao wen x>o give  Mlrabslli. h call. He has jaast  put in new lines in. men's work shoes,  boys' school shoes.- workinjarmen's  gloves and socks, blankets, snitcase<>,  kitchen utensils, etc.  Misses Lizzie and Lily Lewis : and  Hazel Cannady, who his.ve been employed in a fruit packing warehouse  at Wenatehee, 'Wash., for alutost the  past three months, arrived home, the  latter part of the week.  The Ladies' Guild of Christ Church  have their annual baznar and salo. of  work, with afternoon ten, at the  Parish Hall on Saturday afternoon,  December 3rd, from 2.30 to 6 o'clock,  to which all are invited.  Trinity United Church Ladies* Aid  remind of their annual bazaar with  sale of cooking and afternoon tea, to  be held hi the cliusch basement r.est  Sniurciay afternoon, December 30th,  from 2.30 to 5.80 o'clock.  The Native Sons of Canada will hold  an organization meeting in the Parish  Hall on Saturday, December 3rd. All  eligible are invited to attend. Teams  from, Cranbrook aind Kimberley will  be here.   Meeting at 8 p.m.  Creston Masonic Lodge has its election of officers at the December meeting on Wednesday night. T. W.  Bnndy is retiming muster. The  meeting will be held in the new lodge-  room in the old Speers' Hall.  Canadian Legion of the British  Empire Service League, Oaoston Valley Branch, meets in the Edmonson  building on Tuesday, December Oth.  All veterans welcome. Business meeting followed by usual social aittrnc-  tion.  Rev. W. A. Greer will give a lecture  on ������������������Mission Work of the Presbyterian  Church at home-and abroad" in St*  Stephen's Chua-oh on Tuesday evening  at 8 o'clock. The lecture will be Illustrated by lantern slides, and all arc  welcome.  Tho opening up of Vancouver street  between Barton and Victoria Aveiauea  and putting a side walk on tho north  side is nn improvement that will be  appreciated, providing, aa It does, a  short cut to and from tlao north side  of the village.  Creaton Curling Club has been reorganized fair tho coming so-won with  Dr.  Heradersoni   re-elected    president*  nnd     M.   It.   Joyce,- necrt'tary,     Tlae  8������emb������M*nhlp   fen   1������   cait   to   ftlO   and  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid had  quite a good turnout at the annual  satis-j bazaar on Saturday afternoon, at  which the cash intake was ahnut.$I90.'  A prominent feature to this year's.  effort were the booths in charge <*������f  Mrs. R. Stevens* junior mission band  *s?orkers whose ages are al! under 12  years���������whose intake was $24.- The  Ellen Dow Junior'Auxiliary, in charge  of Mrs. McLaren, had $21 worth of  customers, and the Boys' Standfast  Club in . charge ?bf Mrs. Dow, who  offered their own"jmake of baskets and  candy had a trade totalling SSL  Christ   Church "Committee" -had    a  ���������      tt  splendid    turnout   at   the   second   of  their monthly wliists at the   Pa*gish  Ball \ on   Friday   night.    Bridge  and  ordinary   whist were played, .with the  former -the decided favorite and the  high erore prizea going to Mrs. Hop-  wood  and C. H. Hare, while the conr  solation  honors   were   awarded   Mrs.  J. B. Forbes   and^P.:.G...3E5*pb.ut<t������f-:>At-  whist  the high  sco**>e8 were made by  Mrs. Colsis and   Xj-odwig   Paulson   of  Cranbrook, and the consolation  win  ners were Miss Marion Collis and   W.  IS.   McAlpine.      Hefreshments     were  served and the affair was thoroughly  appreciated by all.    .  CARD OF THANKS  With deep emotion we wish .to  tender our hearty thariks to the many  friends and sympathizers, Jin., yonr  bereavement by their tokens of flowers, letters nnd attendance' during the  last rate of a beloved wife, mother,  grandmother and sister.  O. J.'WIGBN.  1.  2.  4.  6.  6.  7.  8.  0.  10,  11.  12.  13.  BE REGULAR.   To  get resailts,  take your adjustments.when ad-  '   vised by your Chiropractor. ...  BB PRANK. ' Chiroprtictors  speak freely.- Your, spine tells  S he truth.  BB PUNCTUAL. Other people  are waiting.  BB HEASO> ABLE.    One adjust  ttaent wall help, many are nea-es-  sary.     Why   expect   in   a   few  days   what   a   score of doctors  have fooled with for yean a*  BE HONEST. Say you are feeling better If you are.  BE FAIH. The Chiropractor ia  doing his best with the na teiial  you saapply.  BE IN EARNH81\ Life is too  Bhot-b to waBte time over 11 {flew.  'BE WISE. Feeling good, keep  on I   We want to make it last.  BR PATIENT. We are moae  concerned over-health than dollars.   Nature takes time.  BE INQUISITIVE. The Chiro-  praetor is glad to answer questions aiaked in good faith.  BR PLEASANT. Adopt the  Chiropractic motto "KEEP  SMILING," It will help both of  us.  BE   SENSIBLE.     You   are   but  one of the mil Hone of alck per-  moiih in  the  world.   The Oh Ire  praetor knows his job.  BB PHOGHKSSIVK. Would  ^7oti b������isistlnd^d with.tho conditions existing fcwenty-flve years  ago? ChiropraoUo la a now  science, but. like other useful  discoveries, has broken nit pre  cedents of progress!vencss.  G. A. miTTiSrit D.G., Fii.C.  fiiaw ho tuts���������oi<w*d w*cinp������aay ������.iMi  Bntnrtlay afternrHina.  HEALTH I������ WEALTH  It's What  You Hear thai Counts!  And listening to any radio set you can, instantly detect superiority or  inferiority of performance.    We invite yoss to judge  9 ? JL, _H_Ld ���������JL'^iL  I  i  a.  nn this Impartial basis.? We are satisfied that Kolster superiority, its  amazing quality' of tone, its hair tine selectivity, the remarkable ease  with which it brings in distant stations, its simplicity and ease of  operation willi>e-8o marked eyen when 5t 3s conipar^d-with sets eostssag  uiuch nioi'e that you-wall recognize at atcmce. We urge you tomake  it a point to .have a Kol&ter demonstration before buying a  radio set.  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  senvace on anything operat-eo by gasounc  ustness  We have ^watched many small business accounts opened in this Bank  grow. We could cite instaaices when  - th& s^*iil|vi������#s^B^^vi|^ to?ba  the leading industry in the coEissiiiK-.  ity in vsrhich it is established. The  service ������i the officers of this Bank  may assist your business to he-some  a leading industry. **  ***SK=^r**si  C W. ALLAN,  OT CANAQA  CRESTON BRANCH,  Manftger.  ���������OMB  JDo Not Lose Interest  ������ aa&iarfi-.  i������������������by   delaying  to   deposit yows  savings*  TF you cannot: visit: ns personally,  send your deposits; by mail. Have  the satisfaction. o������ knovidntg* that your  money ie safely protected and -ts  earninss Interest resularly. eoe  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20������000j000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  L  Cxcston Branch.  B. I* Forbes, Manager  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  MEAT MERCHANTS  . ���������"���������'���������'"rrnii'ir; i:-���������..rg.-.;ir:-.a,i:i  * t-sv xm������n.\r,c :\,-x.ami:,: ���������fflgff1 raa-ssaa  )TBY-OtTK  bhAMROCIC PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dlahv anay to serve, ������������������   '-  SncsvzsTock jffrcfs2������f HABlf, BACON csvas LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government Ki-.taled. highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  mil: vnrletSeiu.  Choicest &EEI*> PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  MUitNS' M&tiAL jrauM+bmxY FOOD  Increases egg production nnd prftduceai better peiiHry.    Buy fhe beet-


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