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 IV*  prt-gine*^ T^lSirsrr /     ,*P������ *B**V.s*"  /  rP  i��������� ������% w  Vol. XIX.  ORESTON, B. a, FBiDAlT. DECEMBER 16, 1927  ���������   No. 45  November Session ���������  Village Council  AU the commissioners were out for  the December meeting of the village  council en Monday ^ight,, with chairman H. s, McCreath in charge. Th**  session waa uneventful, most of the  evtuning being taken up with d;sc;:ss=  fniar road and street matters and disposing t-f a considerable amount of  correspondence.  Under the latter head tbe,*ee was a  letter from the Children's Aid Society  asking for a Christinas remembrance,  and it whs agreed to donate $10. M.rs.1  Remington, who is at present visiting  at Blairmore wrote asking for a letter  showing the lot and block number,  etc., of ner Creston property as well  as the assessment thereon, as she in.  tends to qualify for an old age pension.  ^fhe council will bis* oss socv of the  1627 edition of the 1-Seview of Canadian  Progress. .Fraser, Frew & Dyer will  be advised that the town is not at  present interested in installing sewer,  ���������water* power - or incinerator systems,  and T. Harris will- be notified to remove 8 fence which is at present  blocking one of the lanes between  Fourth and Fifth street on the west  side oi the village.  Fire chief Matt. York wilt be ashed  to snake a aaonthly inspection of the  hydrants -within tbe village and to see  that they are in shape in case of fire.  A notice is to be placed in the Heview  at*d the high and- public school teach*  era rare t������? be asked to- impress upon  the children the fact that it is contrary to village bylaws to sleighride on  the sidewalks in the town.  Accounts passed   for  payment  the election'of commissioners which  takes; -place on Thursday, January  28th. -with? nominations " on Monday,  January 23rd. Clerk Taylor was  "named returning officer and polling  will be at tfcbe. municipal building.  Curlers Choose  Season's Skips  'SSrSt i������������m,ittn.������  Creators  was  opened  Jfflr*. Liittieiohn or ' jn-kr-itso.B "5������ss s.  business vlsU������r: at'8ia?dar on Wednesday.      "-  .  ' Mr., and Mrs.. Backus with Mrs,  Whiteside and Mrs. Heap, were auto  visitors at Creston on Thursday Bast*  I������2?.. curling   season  Tuesday   night  with  jening  coraa  petition, President ve. Vice Presi-  ���������cle^t- atflwi with a aeood sheet of ice,  *a.fs Hiraft  ������Qot������.���������������  *an   fl?nja������  Ssinj3>  raieht . and Monday  Xmas* Hampers  - i  hea?������ on  morning.  With considerable Tcold weather last  week the channel was in good shape  for skating by Saturday, and has been  very well patronised taunts! the arrival  of the heavy snowfall at the first of  the week.  The whist and dance in aid of She  community Christmas tree was quite j viee president.   Sirs. ^Oii.. iS. *isy-  a success, the intake  totalling Sli 50.1 den. takinis the  chair.    Seventeen  . Creston and District Women's^  Institute had the December meet-  iuiz   Friday   afternoon,   with   th������  the lighting plants overhauled and | The pria"*-** at  intake  totalling Sli 50. j den, taking the  chair.    Set  cmuls wrii- won fey luouie  members were In attendants  visitor ^ here. last - week   with  Brawn, left for home on Friday.  Mrs.  prospects for a spell of cold weather  the twelve rinks? of players are  looking forward to great year of  sport. At a meeting the night  | previous the ~rsss!*3 were chose:, aa  follows:  Bendetjte  and Carl Carlson, *vhile the  consolations   -went  to   Miss   Florence  Wood and Irvene Davis.  John    Wood, skip; John   McRobb,  K. 8. Sevan, A.*. Spencer.  Rev. W. -Greer, skip; B. Crawford,  F. "rtose, H. I*. Robinson.  Alf. Palmer;; 'skip; *9. H. Kelly,   F.  . Bd. Lane of Trail arrived on Saturday for a visit at Sirdar,* and is a*  guest of Hr.Jgud-Mrs. Cana������.  A number1?? of, the- young friends of  Miss Rosie Fascnzzo were her quests  at a birthday party on Saturday, at j    Frank Staples, skip; F. Putnam, W.  s" time   was | Kernaghan, 33. Cartwright.  which   a   most   enjoyable' time  spent.  Mrs. Geo. C������sn returned on _Sataav-  day from Creston, wbe<*e she had been  a visitor for a few days with Mrs. Jim  Johnston.  Miss Ijily 'Wilson was a visitor with  Wynndel friends over tbe   weekend  Mrs. Buckland, who spent last week  with Mrs. Kewby at Creston, retained  on Monday.  There will be Ohtarch cf Ss^iassd  service on JSasnday afternoon at 3  o'clock, at which Rev. S. Newby wilt  speak of "Everyday Education in the  Public School.'* " ~7  L  B ���������& & &aipt.   Boberisen  J. W. Craig, skip;   B. Maxwell*  F,  Steenstrup, Fred Hale.  Dr. Henderson, skip; Matt. York, O.  ,W. Allan, C. B. Twigg.  Ray Crisler,- skip; T. W. Bundy, R.  Telford, L*. Littlejahr;.  C. H. Hare, skip; M. J. Beninger, H.  Bruhman, Major Mallandaine.  M. J. Boyd, skips S, A. Speers, C. F.  Hayes. K. jLittlejohn,  Dolff Weir, skip; Vic. Mawson, C. A.  M iitr.n, H; S. McCanMtb.  M. K. Joyce, skip; J. R. Forbes, Geo.  Mawson, T. Goodwin.  H. McLaren/ skip; K. B. Staples, N.  | Winlaw, Geo. Johnson.  Two draws a night are scheduled  present���������7 and 9 o'clock, y^rae  Miiem SIMe9&  BibTjCC���������On December litis, to Mr.  and Mrs. H. Tooze, n son,  Alice Siding had its fir&t skating on  Sunday when aboait six. inche&~of ice  enabled the skaters to cross the channel and try out the ice on Goose Xiafce.  Harry Comptou who h������*3 heen working at Kingagaie, arrived home at the  end of the week for a short vacation.  W. H. Reed was a visitor at Cranbrook a few days the latter pas t of the  week*  The rewl ffreeaeup that came last  week has started the imy haul in good  shape, and Monday's sleighing helps  still more. There is hardly more than  800 tons stacked on the flnts.  Mr.  t*K  and  .������������������i<*a<*aac  ivasurittg vvi  ������ota6ied    S12S3.  WoV9!35!Ser  which "ha<S~ heen spent' os Ssnprovli  the awsads aand building veW sidewalks.  About $5SQ of this was for lumber and  labor on fthev walks and' the balance  was spent on opening up Vancouver  street and other road improvement,  but does not include the cost of gravel  hauled under the Leawy contract.  Up till Monday night 621 of the 625  yards contracted for had been placed  and it is found that probably 2S0O yards  more will be requEs^d to complete the  work on Hillside Road and Vancouver  Street. The council will endeuvor to  have Mr. Leamy haul this additional  amount at the contract parice of $1.75  per yard.  The commissioners wiU constitute  the voters list committee and will  meet on the second Monday in January to revise the list and the following  Monday will sit as a court of res a si on  and -finally .pass,, the list to be used at  ���������f0? I brook was on an official visit afcKoofceVl , _      , . ,.  st    .���������_*._.__,������__ ���������.������,_.������ j,  : :iseason opens about a . week   earlier  ' -jliB-B  last.  nav Itandin? "������ Wednesday.  Mrs. W. A. Pease   left  at  of the week and will be  ith  members" cf the family  at Princeton, Vancouver and Clover^  dale for^he aexb month.  ^ JBill Vaneiis,. who is working at  Kitchener, bagged quite a fine buck  deer last week, "which h������ shipped on  to his sister, Mrs. A. O. Cox. (.  A scheme > for making rugs ir  Indian designs for sale as a B.C.  peodixot was brs������������ht to the atten-  tiots of the meeting. The seoretary  will give information on ihis subject to members uot present at the.  meeting, if they sre hitere������ted. e,  Mrs. G. B. Xwigg and Mrs. H. G,  Greenwood were appointed auditors  for 1927. -      "  The direttj^ors were appointed a  -committee to make arrangements  for the distribution of Christmas '  hampers. Instead of evenings at  home the Institute will try out  afternoon affairs aB it has beeis-  found that the turnout of husbands  of members for ikess������ functions has  beea rather disappointing iu the  immediate past. Tho comzxtittee  for the January at home will he  Mrs. Geo. Young, H������ra. Twigg and  Mrs. Greenwood, and each member  is to bring a lady guest.  Mrs. Hayden announced that  Creston's invitation to the district  conference to hold tho 192S meeting In Creston had been accepted.  The data will be earlier in the year  -Geo. Paton, an early day resident at  Lister* but now employed as assistant  parser nn the steamer Minto on the  Arrow Lakes, spent a few daya at the  end of the week a guest of Col. and  Mrs. Lister.  JUdv  retssrssed  'A  CHRISTMAS  OT PLANTS  'Fred' -Huseroft has  from Oranum. Alberta, where he has  been working at .harvest and threshing. He says the blizzau-d this section  had three years ago was atuild coin par  ed with the one that swept Alberta on  December 5th and 6th>.  J, B. Hopkins ia another harvester  to get back Within the week. He was  at Nobleford, Alberta, all season.  -j    ^  "bent, of last winter'si������rbomhancllera-~  again enrolled.  f * nvvivCv  s������*a ~^>%A������tp������aar  than, it has  been  prsvsou  "sly-  ���������,���������    ��������� held regnl*rly %    ^r  for the Sunday echoalOhtiatKsas ������oS4W������ tneiore part of Uotober.  cartatthc^hea!fcottseon,"thee'pe!*inKi'- Mra. Cherritrgton   gave  her  pro  and  T FLOWERS  A good collection of  Christmas  PotPlauta  PLACE ORDERS NOW for  CUT FLOWERS for the  FRESH MJtrrrUCE and  GREEN ONIONS  now ready.  00(1 S    111 troll IlljUv^  CB-EBTOH  Lister had its coldest dip of the  season on Saturday morning when a  touch of six below zero was in evidence at th������* early hours.  John Fanlay, who left here about  three weeks ago on a trip west has  pulled up at Salmo, where he as working In the Aspen mine at present,    v  The snowfall of about ten inches  that is now in evidence is just to. the  liking of the lumbermen and Tedford  and Smith are making great headway  on their log haul for Putnam, Palmer  .���������& Staples, Limited.  The Community Society will eo-  operate with tho Sunday sohoof  workers In putting on a Christmas  treat for the children   In   Christmas  week.  Seven tubles of player** were oaat on  Saturday night for the second of the  Community Society's whists nt which  the prltce .scores wore miade by Mrs.  Hiaar-old Langston nnd Ool. Fred Lister,  while the consolation honors fell to  Mrs* Frank Baker and W. Mitchell,  Tho ladies served a delightful supper  and the affair was very, mnuh tmjoy*Kl  by all.        .  Fair 15jo ElMotroft schoo". the principal, Mies Littlejohn Iran uon the following report fot November: Highest",  standings: Grade S���������Dolly Tedford.  0���������Minnie Huscroft. 5���������-Marjorlo Tedford. 4V��������� Margaret Huscroft. Ornde  8���������Tom Tedford., Grade a���������Rupert  Bobmer. Crude 1��������� Aitwvh *I3o>hmor.  Deportment���������Margaret Husoroft. Perfect ntficnoance���������Vergene Boiiatter,  Aloah Bnhtner. Rupert Rohmer. Alice  Du������uchutL, IJar*fai'ot SluQCroft, Mar-  Jorie Vt-atord, Tom Tedfartfi.  Mr.- Davis of Cranbrook .was renewing old acquaintances here for a few  days last week.  Mrs. Matt, Hagen is spending a  holiday this month with her daughter,  Mis. Reg. Price, at Rossland.  H. F. Packman, who has been working at Trail for several months past,'  retiarned home last week.  Mr. Baase of Nelson was here for  German Lutheran service one night  last week.  Mias L. Wittman left last week for  Lethbridge, Alberta, where she is taking a.coui*He iu hait dressing. V  QW, J. Crook got back on" Friday  from a businosa visit ut Lethbridge,  Alberta.  of December 22nd*   There will also be  a Christinas tree.  Mvs. McMurtrie is leaving this week  for Winnipeg. Man., where she "will-  visit with   friends for the nest few  weeks.  ���������re-  Tona Momford Is busy   at  present  with the erection of a new house.  ���������"-���������v. y    '  The community Chrlstmus tree and  school concert is booked for -Wednes.  day, December 21st.  About seven inches of show arrived  CORPORATION OF THEj  Village of Creston  Sidewalk  Coasting  is Prohibited.:  Notice ia hereby given that  according to tbe provisions of  the By-Law coasting on tbe  sidewalks in, tbe Village oi  Oreston is prohibited, and that  all parties breaking the By-Law will be prosecuted to the  ta\\ extent of tbe law.  By order?  -mrnr  VV.  ���������������������* i������ ���������nry jr>,*������>  JL /at M, JUO jlv.  Village Clerk.  Creston, Dec, 14, 1027.  Alf. Nelson and his two sons, who  have been on the prairie for the past  several weeks, arrived home on Sunday. - ��������� .*- '  George Wickholm is making a satisfactory recovery from a severe attack  of rheumatism, that has laid him up  for the.past month. *���������'    ' ���������  The  Trail   Rangers   have   resumed  fchear old tleno 'winter-' acUvlti.ee' under  the supervision of Principal Kolthammer, aand with Godfrey Saamuelson as  chief ranger.  Bill Abbott is another Canyonite to  secure a deer before the qeaeon closed.  He got his in the new Sweden area at  the end of the week.  Rev. Mr. Helguist wias here from  Cranbrook on Sunday for Norweigan  Church service in fcb,e early afternoon,  going on to Nelson the same day.  Mr. and Mrs. McLaughlin aand  daughter of Watroui, Sask., have just  arrived on it visit with their son-in-law  nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy  Browell.  Fred Browell who haa been working  ait Waldo for some months buck,  arrived home on Sunday und will  make an extenged stay.  A. Bond, who has been working on  .a pi unto ring contract ut   Edmonton,  Alberta, for the past few weeks, arrived on Sunday, and will be remaining  until at least tho now year.  Cain yon Bad mlnton players ure having   regular  practice  gaimeH   in   the  cuttaiiwwnitF *u..\ ft������tl riii'ly Sn the 7c.tr  will challenge Crcaton for homo and  homegrmes for the Valley championship, Oordon Vance ia rt the head of  the club thin season.  Those who are interesting themselves In the effort to have tho north  and south highway built via Canyon  nr������ ffwliiijur vH������-y hoonful of uucceas, a  recent   letter   from   the   amlnlater  of  public  works  Indicating; Cr.aayon will.  not be overlooked.  port of the 1927 district conference  at Kaslo whioh was listened to  with great ifiaterest, and received  with applause. Tea hostesses were  Mra. J.W.Dow, Mra H. Taylor������  and Miea I* Barrier. The freewill  offering for the Crippled Children's  Fund waa $1.80.  It is asked that coutributiono for  the Chrirtmas hampers be brought  to   Trinity   United   Churoh   base  raseut on Friday, December 23rd.  ihristenas Shoppini  ^Sor B  1  IHllBiliu a  See the Bakery first and you  wvill save both time and  money on your Christmas  shopping.     We are particularly pleased with our  showing of  Moir's, Neilson's, Willard's  25c. to $5.00.  Boxed Stationery  A very attractive assortment  25c. to $5,00.  Toys! Toys I Toys!  We have them  all at prices  you just can't resist.  Mince Pics.    Fruit Cokes  Cakes Ui&iefiuly decorated.  Ice Cream Bricks  Orders taken up till c*lX p.m.  Friday. December 23rd.  CRKSTON BAKBBY M<  THE   BEVIEWi    CKESTO^,    B.    G.  *** m ��������� dT4  *&*&*.&******&   ������W^J*  JmZ,  !^   -������.,  Bathe the feet for several minutes with Cuticura  Soap and warm water, then follow with a  application of Cuticura Ointment, gently nibbed  in. This" treatment is most successful in relieving  and comforting tired, hot, aching, burning  Sjunple Each Fr������������ by Hull. Address Canadian Depot: "Sttn-  fcoiue, Ltd.,Montreal."_ IVico, Soap 25c. Ointment 2ound 50c.  Talcum 2&c.  .-aTjiW*    Cuticura Shaving*5iick 25c.  C a na das Next Ofeieeti ve  With   SiCi V a lit cl SO  Tlao title to this article was the subject of a consta*uetive address by  Brisv-General C. H. Mitchell, president ol" the Toronto Board of Trade,. before  tiae second annua* convention of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce la eld  recently at Vancouver.'Some portion of that address can, wo feel, be passed  to the readers oa: this paper. Genera! Mitchell said, i������t part:  Jubilee of Confederation sees Canada. entering upon a  period of its greatest expansion. It sees Canada United in an effort to improve  us-position as a nation within itself, aaid in an asnbtion to .make a place for  itself among tlae nations of the world. It already has an assured place amoatg  those nations forming the great British Empire. It has consolidated its  position after the war by quiet, persevering effort, and has steadied? down  to .the solid things which can build up a country. It is now roady for and is  Indeed progressing toward the next objective-  Canada has huge fertile agricultural regions. It has- wealths offorest^  miiieral and water power resources. Its geographical and its topographical  features form an asset rather than a hindrance, to its developuaeait. It. has  busy ports on the two great oceans of the world, and tt has a waterway to the  heart of tbe country.    It occupies half of North America, is in the centre of  .& - - -  tlie great 23r!tish Krupire. tt is midway between the East aud the Va'ost and  on the way between Europe and Asia via America. It has gi*eat'-transcontinental railways and fleets of inland shipping. Aiul along with this favorable  position and its unsurpassed natural .tpaterial' a*esourees, it has human  resources of contented, industrious, Saw-abiding people of solid character and  high ideals, Oair natural wealth lies in our potential assets, and in The  'fe^eiopment and use of these resources. We have made our way magnificently-  la the past sixty years, but ours is a country of the future, and we in Canada  ;;re the trustees of these great assets for those who are to come after us.  "With all these resources aud at this particular time, what then is our  next objective? We are bound Uv progress along some road and in some  direction and at som-e rate. The i*oad must be toward iner&ased prosperity,  and the manner and the rate of travel are for us, ourselves, to determine. The  n-aswor lies somewhere among our natural resources. The objective fdi* our  t-fiort in Canada's next period of expansion lies on the high, ground before tas,  which we must attack with a united front to secure initiative and gain  superiority in the markets of this continent, of the Empire and of the world.  To develop these Tesoiirces, to supply the needs of tho different parts of  our own country, of the continent, and of the world, we must:-���������  1. Know what resources we have in stock.  2. Ascertain what of our resources" are the best seller: (a) to ourselves���������  provincially: (b) to the Empire���������the Mother Counta*y and overseas Donain-  urns*,;   (e) to the other nations of the world.  Canada's Naval Expenditures  Grand    Total    For  -Last    Fiscal  Year  /Vajnpuhted'.T^  Tlie','ifraa%:tqtai''o^  service fexp*������j|ui^res:.Vior Vtho fi&p&l  year enapa jf^rcfr* 3if :1927V amd&nted  to $1,537,406.51, according to the "an1  nual reporfr^of -tlie*!na.tional defence  department ji^ts issued, here. Of Ibis,  million,- and a half dollars, over one-  third "was coh'sitmed, by the barracks  at -Halifax,.: lsj,S.,'.:������a.d Esciuhnalt, B.C.,  the former accounting* for ^JSGCOOd.I?,  and tlae flatter toii :j$259.4?l.&.3*J- The  maihtenarice? of the two doatrqyers,  Patriot and Patricia, cost tho cotautry  $199,219.89 for Patriot, nnd $167,57-1.39  for Patricia. The four nalne sweepers,  Fest-ubery, Ypa*ea, Arancutleres, aaad  Thiopval, aceouMtied for $109,711.88 of  the annual expondftures.  wnv  noQOie  mrtilu  Oh Sore CQriss?  Don't ctat coravg with an old razor.  Infection" followed often by death may  result from paring corns with an in-,  footed knife. Quick, safe relief conies  froan using PiUrmm's Corn Extractor.  If .afflicted.-with, corns, calluses or;  soa*e footlumps. use '"Putnam's"���������*-It's  reliable and sure to shrivel up the  corns so they drop right off. No pain,  no soreness, but quick relief from,  sore corps comes to all who use Putnam's Painless' Corn Extractor. 25c.  at aU dealers.  WiU. Visit English Centres  To  S. Determine with what resources we are first to enter into competition,  and with what next to follow. ������������������"*���������-'  -I. Build up entirely new industries, and. trade froan those resources in  which we are predominant or which are peculiar to Canada. ������  5. Ci-eate a demand for our products: (a) provincially; (b) nationally;  mid (c) internationally - .  .6.    Conduct extensive publicity in all possible anarlccts for those products.  iu which we can readily compete.  To further develop the assets of these great Canadian natural resources  fs ilae first duty of every citizen of every community and of every province.  Tlie problems' involved in such further development are many and varied.  iS'ew problems arise and old ones recur in new forms. Changed conditions  bring different' problems looked at from new angles.  General Mitchell proceeded to enumerate some twenty problems awaiting  s-cletatlfac and economic solution, upon the commercial success of which, he  contended-, will depend much of the future and future value of our natural  resources. Included, in this list is improvement of our wheat culture ,to secure  earlier ripening varieties; effective measures to prevent rust in wheat; cheap  und ofCectivc transportation of our,basic products hy water as well as by rail;  iho economic preparation of low grade fuel's, such as lignite, for commercial  iiHu; economic long distance electric power transmission; elimination of alkali  from the soil of certain of the western agricultural areas and protection of  structures from attack; dovelppment of the pottery and ceramic industry fa*om  our vast deposits of clay; the utilization of the waste straw oC our agricultural areas l'or fuel or other purposes. ^  These are some of ihe things which we must set ourselves to solve, as a  nation of oaaergetic, alert people. We must tanlto our Human Resources to  ih:vt'lop our Natural "Resources.. *** ,  It is our national duty at this time, to look forward with cheerfulness and  confidence and to attack these and. our other problems with all our energy and  s-klll, with a pride in Canada and tho Kmpire, aand with firm faith in ita future.  ^   , _n l._-���������j^ yA-J .-.;:,'.��������� ��������� yj..j-..;.y;. ���������  Which  is  75   miles   Bouthwost  cat  the  Flin Flon property and within a abort  Thirty Scholarships Announced  Aid Work Of T.B. Association-  The Canadian Tuberculosis Association announced following a meeting cf  the executive at Ottawa, that the association had completed arrangements  whereby thirty scholarships of $500  each have been granted to assist salaried sanatorium and chest diagnosticians in Canada ta visit the ^tuberculosis centres in England, Franco and  Italy, in 1928? Those awarded scholarships will spend a fortnight in Great  Britain, where, the .British ministry  will, discuss with them the problems of  tuberculosis, and then a. tour by motor bus will be made'to all the tuberculosis institutions in the United  Kingdom.? ������������������ ���������-   ;-..;-.-��������� '....j  Western Bred Cattle JBig Winners  Cattle    Bred    At    Glencarnock    Stock  yFarinras, Brandon,-Capture Prizes  ������������������'���������-V; ",gf At|Chi|^go  int^nationa.  Caaiada, i|ija^������westerr^Canada in particular,, hafre^ryVreasoh' to fell proud,  of the exceirent showjmjrfraade at -the  recent Chicago Intoi-natlonal, Exposition. Tho numeroias awards coming  to western Canada should, draw tlae  attention of outsiders as well as our  own people to'Tho fact that our agri-'  cultural aind livestock growers -��������� caai  more thatai hold their owai iai competition with any part of thp Americaia  continent. In proof of (he fact that  we aro producing'as good livestock in  western Canada as-in any part of  America, maty be mentioned .the laon-  '*!**C    ^-������**������ ������****.?<%������*?     ^vT-5 \Wm* :*.:������V\**. ..iV"'ri^,*8 j-.*������ rt*>'-���������������������������-.-^y^l-  ���������J������o     V-Cfc* * *VU     l^**. rMJ',iy,;;;it,J.*'p    .;  ���������,v**,C*i.V^*ifcA UUUlk  Stock Farms of Brandon, Man. James  2X "McGre^oi", the prorM'iGtoi", who-Is a  "bsTCeder ox Aberdeen Angus cftttle,. has  made what is believed to be a record  for all times at the Chicago show. It  Is very doubtful if at aiiy previous"International, animals bred by one indi?  vidual, have carried..off so many hoiu:  ers.     Ail  the   classes  of  cattle   v,rere  very strong and    exceptionally    well  represented  this  year.-  All  the, best  animals of Canada   and   the   United  States; were .gathered'- there, and  aai  animal had  to  be outstanding to receive    recognition.   Awards   given   to  Glencarnock bred, caTtis were as follows: Grand champion bull On 11 evolution,    7th;    grand    champion   female  ,Glehcarnock"'*Jessie, 9th; senior champion  female,   Gle-ncarnock  Black  l?.as--  sie, first' prize;   two  year old  heifer,  Edella of    Glencarnock,    first    prize;  junior yearling heifer by Eventuation*  out of Barbara of Glencarnock, second  prize;  carcass v steer, Briancliff Fayprr  ite, sired by Glencarnock Blackmere,  fo"arth prize. Truly a remarkable record for an individual breeder.  LESSON No. 20  Question s Why is emulsified cod������liver ���������oil so  DCW hsloful SS *������ vifaman*  , tJr  "���������"^������������������/-'- ������~��������� ���������^-  ���������    ���������   fpod for* expectant and  nursing, mothers ? ,  Answers Because it  provides an easily assimilated food rich in the  essential vitamin that aids  in building sti*orig bones  ancl good teetho       ~  "T;al������-������������    *o!i***. .iat \*f. l������5������srvm e.  pleasaMtlv tiavoresi    .  GOTO EMULSION  Opportunities Are Here  Leaves Jewel To Queen Mary  Russian Countess Gives r Brooch  Originally Chosen For Empress  Countess Torby, the daughter of  Prince Nicholas cf Nassau and ids  morganatic wife, and grand daughter  of Pushkin, the "Russian poet, ''"be.-"  gueatlied a ruby brooch and pendant,  originally clioseh for the Empress  Alexandra of Russia, to 'Queen Maryi*  ��������� rffhe Countess, who died last Sepleta-  hcr aihd leftf English?'property valued  at $S5,000, directed, that' the pearl  necklace she was in the* habit of v/oar-  ing daily should be sold to-pay the  death duties on the estate,   y  Tbe Last Asthma Attack may really  be-the last one if pi*ompt measures  aro taken. DavJ. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy will safeguard you. It will  penetrate to -the smallest brotacial  passage and bring about a healthy  condition. It always relieves and its  continued use often has a permanent  effect. Why not get this long-famous  remedy today and commence its use?  Inhaled as smoke or vapor it is eavially  effective. ~~  .-.  The sugar beet crop in Southern  Ailberta this year will, it is estimated,  yield between 45,000 and 50,000 tons,  the largest crop in the history of tho  industry in Alberta. iLast year's crop  was 41,000 tons.  Road To Flm Flon Area  time 500 men will com.m<meo tho pro-  Construction Work Will Proceed With   1Imlnury work of nnubiauUciug and this  All  Possible Haste (number will bo increased to 2,000 or  Vivpurallonsa for tlae construction of I Jnor0   nsi   iho   worlc progr08sen   up  lo  next autaiaaier.  Sores Heal Qulckly.p-Havo you a  persistent sore that- refuses to heal?  Then, try Da*. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  in the dressing. It will stop sloughing,  carry away the proud flesh, draw out  tlio pus ^ftud prepare a cleavn way for  the now skin. It is a rebogntzod henl-  cr anions' oils ancl numbers of pooplc  can certify tlaat it healed where properly applied.  It is estimated that Prince. Edward  Island, the smallest of tho nine provinces of* Canada, will havo a total  production of potatoes this year of S,-  000,000 bushels. A considerable percentage of litis ca*op will find ii mai*>  kot in the United States.  Native Sons Of Canada Are Drifting  Back From United States  Projects such as the proposed Fiin  Flon development scheme should help.  to bring Canadians -home from the  United States. Such contemplated de-;  velopment schemes may or may not  be a factor in the increased return  from the republic of native sons of  the Doininion which'appears to havo  set' in, but it is apparent that there is ]  such a. return movement. The latest  official figures from Ottawa further  indicate this.  In the  seven months'  period  from  April 1 to October 31, 28.S64 Canadians  who had   gone to the  United  States  with the  intention of residing  there  permanentl'y    returned    home.      This  seems an encouraging    s^lgn    of    the  times and It is to be hoped, it will continue and    even   become   more   pro-,  aiounced as time goes on. Canada is,  without doubt, on the evo of one of  the-greatest development .periods  in  its history.   The north, in all ihe provinces, is    being   concentrated    upon  witli redoubled vigor.  The  Flin Flon  development project ih itself, and ail  that it portends in its several ramifications, offers a challenge and nn opportunity to the youth of Canada. ���������  Regina loader.  RUN D0WNJN HEALTH  Why Many Men and Women Are  Badly Handicapped  When you are so run down in health  that it; impairs the efficiency of your  work as well as your power to enjoy  i j-our leisure hours,  or. "Obtain rest, it  is time you looked to the cause.      If  you do not; a serious breakdown  is al  most sure to result. In -'nearly? all cases  this condition, which doctors usually  describe as general debility, is due to  poor. bloo,d���������rblood that is deficient ? in  red corpuscles. When the. blood is thin  and weak your whole system suffers.  You lose appetite, have' no energy,  your nerves trouble, you and you feoi  restless.: -.-.y^  What you need is "help to build up  your, blood and- you should began at  once to make youi- blood"rich and red  by taking Dr. Williams* Pink ��������� Pills.  You will soon notice tho difference In  your health, by a better appetite and  inci-eased vigor. The reason is that  the new blood created by "Dr. Wil-  ikims' Pinic Pills stimulates - all tho  organs of tlie body to healthy activity  and so the system gains nourishment  and strength. If you are weak or out  of sorts, begin gaiumg new strength  today by taking 'Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. "I was in badly riaai down  condition," sEiya Mrs. J. Potjtor, nt  Winnifred, Alta., "when 1 begau usiaig  Williams''. Pink Pills and thoy fully  restored, my health. I strongly recommend this medicine to all weak peo-  r>]e."   -  1 Dr. Williams' Pink Pills-aro sold by  all" medicine, dealers or by mail at HO  cents a box from" The Dr. Willhuny  Medicine Co., HrockvlHe,. Ont.  #  ilif raihvtij- halo tlao Vliaa Flon inlaaing  arc:*, of Northern Manitoba, v.'hlcli will  op<Mi the way for a $.r>0,00<).0i)0 tU'vel-  opunmi of inlix'tal r������(H<iiu*<*o^ iia tho  iirvri.h coaaaiiry, ala-orady are uaidnr waay,  i'<illf������w'iaa������ ahi-. lottlnu of the (ontrrict,  Saippli������ks and <'<inlp-n<.-iit. tire bt.*hag  f.ut.o*,-iaar.'il<'t.l h;r t'hlpmcna. to T1h.*j Pan,  if  The hUHbaiid Is  apt to  bo,pensive  the v.'ifo Is orpcnsivG.  The Great Preventative  for     rotaujhH  (4ilp|;r*    ht-at  nnd    cnld;*.       For  aaid    Iniialta    Mlav.  r\\\*   It   mi   tbront  j  ���������~*m*0*mVKmL.Mt.  t'U<-t-i.  t+t,.t*������***m������m  SBfBSi**  ri.TsW****^"-*'-1'" '     '���������-.-.       ���������    ^ ������������������*.kvjA^MfaM<bmSmWrYM  m,   ts >*y} ri ������ * m hH +*". tm ^mmm *��������� ' pkikb mh  Il i'SLZSLW. Ja\J8..i0 J*%MJMJ^SJm%JtW*\^M  \.V  if.   i:������  The lli*iU tralnloiad of orititp.meut io  be u������od on tlao Plin Plon railway left  Moiatrotil recently^ and tlti������ will bo  followed lay* additional loads within a  few day.a. liy s'prlng inllHojin of jlol-  htraa" worth of oottntruetlou material  aaatl an araaay of workers, will have.boon  assembled in the north country.,  Very soon tho ttoamd of tho hammer  wiii have ba-olcen tho nlloiico of the.  porth, tlao ilast worlc being iho construction c>L' between  20  and HO h.uta-  (O houar tht: ;;di'U2i<;������: v<m%\nn<-nl oT  woi-kord. Tho we.'aturaa labor imarket  will btt called on to supply till tho men  to bu oaaaployod on tlao project, aaad no  wnr'ltna-H will lw-i baongltt in from I*2:iht-  a:rn Canaila.  Under tho camtnact, traliisi must b<a  running- biti,wt'������*aa Rhcnian, aaoar The  Pan, ami tlao Fllia Plota laalunH, 'by  Dooamibcf, ll������2S. Tho coaiHtrucl.Irm of  tin. load involve,;; an ''Stl:.*-������.fi.!'l ex  pf-ia<niaare of ? I,������.mhi.o������m������.  r  Pain Over Kidneys  Was Soothed Away  Lost Appetite Completely  Restored  Por Sprains and Bruises.���������Thoro ia  nothing better for sprains aand contusions than Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.  It will reduce tho swelling that follows a spi'ain, will cool the iniltimed  flesh and draw tlao pain. It will tiako  the ache out of a bruhie by counteracting tho " Inflammation. A trial will  convince any who doubt Its power.  Thanks To the Prairies  Taking   Vacation  In  Row  Bont  After-fourteen years at sea. aud sixteen years spent along tho beach,  Charles'-'Seillto,-' 67, is going piaja .vaca-  tlon.-Hc is rowing a 12'foot skiff from  New York to Miami, Fla., iiugglng the  shore lino all tho way. 'Oncti there,  he will row buck_ again, idannin'g tt)  return bofoi'6 tho bathing' eoat*o������  Fttarte, for lie is a bathlioatt-o Icooper,  A Hpleatfiid rpenv������'n*y wan m������.do by  Mr. A. fl. Cray of Elbrow, Sftflk. Ho  hentd ol! a Rood kidney mesllolno*and  UHod it. "I Hi.arl.od UBlng Da*. Hntnll-  ton's Plll.i a fuw mouthti ago aud find  jIk.'.iu a iwi'u\ j j ie die hit- for ^tftmach,  Liver and Kialnoy troublofl. After taking a few boxen of" Da*. Hamlltou'n  PIHb tho noronosa In tho reglen of my  kldunyaffl nearly all gone. I am eating  unytlalnB aaow, which I couldn't ilea 'bo-  foro taking Dr. iramllton'H PJIhi." ���������  A. S. Cray.  Those mild yrtf, active pllln oontnin  vegetable roHtoratlvo, hucH -an man-  i1.i'.-ikfi aaad butternut, and put new life  Into tho liver uaul kidney������. Tlaey  ttooihe away backache ami muko yoaa  f������M������l brlsdc nnd taill oa* "pfiji." "2f*v. at  till tlealei'H.  Wheat   Crop   This   Year   Its   Second  Largect In Canada's History  While pessimistic EiaHlornors perhaps can road nothing about tlao West  except tho fact that tho pralrio provinces have been c*3:perien<*.lnjj below-  y.oro weather, iho optimistic aro  throwing their hatK iu tlao air nt, tlao  announcement that Canada's wheat  crop thh) year Iai tho peoond Id client.  In tho history of tho Dominion.  The final oHtlmuto of tho Dominion  lluroau of Statistics, even more en*  cuurui-,hi(,,' than oarlh-r atui-revi;, place;-.  tho total v/hoat crop for this country  at 4-1.1,282,000 bUHholw, a figure that  has only onco boon beaten.  Tlao Wentorn  pi*ovlnee������, of   coih-ho,  -have boca chlolly rotiponidblo for thin  huge total, which Ih largo enough to  Justify general    rejoicing    throughout  the whole   of   Canada.. -- Peterborough  I'Jxnmlaioi'.  HEART WAS SO WEAK  Had *to Stay En BgcI  Mrs. F. Wilson, Lothbridgo,. Alia.,  WritOH:-���������"My heart waiaa very wtmlc,  aiaad X had to stay in bod for ilvc week's  with it.  "My aunt advi������o& mo.to tatlcu  .... ,.  .,.,i   v  .'a 'a ������:'������ *  NiRvKpiiLs;  i |ytlitnrclrft Liniment for Cold*������  n������ Bhe had token tlaem witla good re-  naaltfl after ia. very bad operation.  <'T. took tltom and ������ome tiano nCt������r  a doctor came to rxaminn mo for litV������  hiHiiranco aaad ln> eaid there wtan noth-  injj wrong with my Jtwirt."  Milbaarn'rt Hoarfc and TSTorve Pills t\ro  r*0i*. a b^'T ft fji. <^TM'1'f���������*'l*'���������", ������>������������a <i������'-r.i*������*-mi^  or will:bo afnailect direct on receipt of  .price by The'T. Mllbiiru Cov t-imit<������d;'  | Tore a to, Out.  ���������'I  fl  A; fi  A ���������Wm  THE   BEtTIEW;   CRESTON*    B.    G  ���������Ws  tf&>  rrn^n w i  ���������   .. ��������� _  _ f(, _    __ _ _  rw\  jr*/em.  xstBT-sv vt w 4*fc % ������/*<���������  m m miLuuiis  P'lil'siyA In R&ltfhim  *M.tas*A-������<  aai  *rf������<CSi".5v������*I*'  Syst&m  Yielded  In  ng  More     Revenue  a Cqmpasty  Brussels.���������So successful   has    been  the first year o'f Belgium's experiment  with  quasi private  instead  of gc'vern-  .hient   ownership   of   the   railroads,   a  change  forced  by tho "financial panic  of a year a������o;> that 'the postoiTtetjj tele-  more than   60- mil-j Pi*0������e and telegraph asjsetems ate des-  I     thampion Girl High Jumper     |  Olrawa.���������With eight months of the  fiscal y'Gtxr closeel, the  surplus,of Do:  minion    revenues -over   expenditures  stands  at rather  ijon^ oi dollars.  During the-month-of November ti-e  not debt of the Dominion, laigely aa  a result of interest payments on loans,  -increased by $17,732,000,    but   'tukinj  tho eight nlouths as a wholo-ilVe rcduc- j though   the   railroad.  "lion in not debt now totals $00,781,000.   anything.  With   the  ;  -���������- Prospects foi   a substantial  hurplus  iai * the* next budget   with    eonsceucnt  .reduction'  in   taxation,   arc   therefore-  regarded as very bright.  The decrease in net etebt is 15 millions   ahead ,of   what   it   was   on   the  "same date lust year.      " ' *     "   ,  -   Total revenue over the eight months  -shows   an  inereabe-of   20   millions 'of  fc dollars more than in the eight months  of last yeai :   total expenditure an in-  ,civaee ol" five millions.  N   Customs duties aire up nine millions  ;and excise duties up live millions. In-  " come tax is up i������ix millions, post office  up thrcee millions. Excise taxes {sales,  stamps, etc.) are down.ton;millions.  . On Nov. 30- the net debt of Can-  Tud.i was $2,287,019,782; on Nov."-30  last j ear, it was ������.2,31-1,436,753.  Lined soon to be taken out oi  tho ineffectual hands of the state.  Tho whole public ownership-system,  which potentially is a sold "mine,  yielded a mere ������l,-100,000 last year al-  * never yielded  Socialists out of  the cabinet and a member of ihe J.ib-  ei*al party at the head ot the department, it is expected that M. Fratiqui,  the old fox of Belgian finance and  veritable dictator of th& count������>'s  financial policy will seize the 'opportunity to give the theory of public  ownership another body blow, making  the system "yield real money in ihe  hands of an autonomous company.  Public opinion is actually awed at ihe  success of the railway experiment and  is considered ripe for the transfer  which was impossible even J5 months  ago.  n/L-**T tp#������  may a. a  1I.C  erial  M  UDserve f-jnends&ips fact  | Tryst  Cithedral  Postat Department Considering Lines  Where Services Woubj Connect  Ottawa.-r-Tlie tapping by Canadian  aerial mail service oi the American  mail airways at convenient pjints of  transmission is undor consideration  hy the  Post  Office  Department.  The' scheme, broadly, is that with  ai service from Montreal-, tlae United  States services could be tapped at  Syracuse or Albany, enroute to New  York, while another line frona Winni'  peg1 would effect a junction with the  United States service at Chicago rnd  St. Paul, and on the co'ast planes from  Vancouver would fly over to Seattle.  The Canadian air service would  either be by the air force along the  lines  of   the   experiments   now being  sir*���������**���������**��������� s**l      <mi'-      ���������**������.-*������������������     l*\-n*-      ������**      ntM*c-lfa-j      j-������-i���������������j*l fllTlV  ���������war.4  tVU       WllL.       \Ji *>*j ****      f* m. *   (**������������������.���������        -U-gV������*-i,J ���������*������������������-'������  of Canadians. '    -  *���������    Recently an oiler was received from  a New Vork firm for establishing a  i service to Montreal, but this was not  ! entertained. If the plan is proceeded  i ...  , -.vith, and It is  ~"j stage, it would  aind   calculated  United States  ttow    in    Ih  be    broadly  to   connect   with  service at    centres  PlflNKKR' REITS  A-Sk*Jl'A tJ.W-.-uri A. *������     &cr������-ccu) -ar. **r  ���������era a--a ������*������  &&A&4  . w  -srv  Mr I ik i ii  Ottawa. ��������� Canada will co opjr.it* ���������  with a committee"of tlae failed.States  sNational Research Council iia an investigation of the "rive pioneer beUs 'oi  tho.. world. The survey will be Ji:atle  with .a view to determining the capacity of these belts to* assimilate migration and increase the production of  food supplies.  The Dominion, Siberia, AUstra ia.  South -Africa and* South America are  the countries-,in which the - lending  pioneer belts are situated. In Canada,  the belt extends through the northern  portion of tho country fro'm the Allan-  * . _     A ���������      a.. T������_ _������J3 ��������� ���������. a-  LJUJ      tO     1.11X1     .T UAslllU.  The scheme originated with the  United* States organization', looking to-  anmiiw   ward, the time when that country will  national' require to  import a  greater Qnaniity  and    Pacific  rofjebed  ft    tt   CM  ���������  1   T*  Mew York To Londoi  >t|-,f*'irst Time Since Outbreak Of VA/orld  y War V     P r   -  ?V New York.���������Gold has been remove*?".  Si"torn New York to London for the first  ���������it';tUne since the outbreak pf the Great  T&War in  191-t.  The"   shiriment,    which  '������������������.-"'-j ���������   ���������   ~ ...      i  y amounts' to .$.1,000,000 J was announced  rPhy    the      "International     Acceptance  P.Baink,, lnc.,!>; but ^ithfyttie c??l?P:^Plti P^i  Pin statement that it    waa   ��������� a**'*speeiai  y|| transactionM  no details    were    made  sV public.  ^J     The gold  in   the form of -coin,-was  ^removed  from the vaults of- the Fed-  Vsei-al  Iteservo  Bank *of ?*Ne\v' York   for  Si&forwardin^-fo^.^.they^Gunard;   ..liner,  p Aauatania, -to a cor-fesponderi^ in X.pn-  Udori. Althfciagh    the    sensatfaiialfi iad;'  Hjjfvanco in.sterling;exchange had caused  '^���������'Wall  Street to include in its  calcula.-  SS, tions  the possibility that part of th������  4f:-hugo   hoaril.  of  gold   accumulated in  Vfthis  country  since  the  war might be  % tj-ansferirecj, to;?Englai^,?nnhouaiceme-qt  |jthat a ^ipment-Vactualiy had been? ar-'  "SP ranged   occasionodv some surprise.  Kept   At   St.   Paul's  -  After 22 Years  London. ��������� Observing a pact of  friendship made 22 years agro. iour i  men met on the steps of St.._ Paul's  Cathedral one day recently ciid sang  "Auld Lang S>ne" .with joined hands.  They were survivors of a party of  eight friends who, in 1005, when foh  low*workers, made a*������pa<r-t to meet ai?  St.'Paul's 20' years'later. The tr^si  wds kept two year's ago by the four?  two qf the^-others having f-ilien in the;  vivors agreed to jnake the gathering  an-annual event, y .--.'_" ���������-.... " ;  :" A&-"Oie, fflencis **srere<QjQ.fthe point?ot.  leaving tlie Cathedral to gd^to dinner  together, they~Wei*e joined by the widow, of yone of their former colleagues,  Ethel.C&therwood of Saskaioon, the  sensational western.," Canadian girl'  high jaampea*, wlio won the Can  high jump championship and set up*a i  now record of 5 feet 2 inches last sum-,  mer, will i nail probability bo aai addi- ?  tion- to Oaitario's/ strength- after . tho j  first of iho year. Tier manager says ;  she is coming east to make 3i<3r homey  the East, "Middle West  points across the iine.  Aerial   mail   services   have  a high stage pf develop mean-, although  \lie' mail handled is essentially letters  rather than bulky stuff, and, ?t that,  cf   the   more   urgent   elas������   which, is  giri I special   deliverv   rate,  adian |       * -   Claims Continents  Are Drifting Apart  I&;$wept  *y-r?y S. V ''tK*#'''Cfthl^iT(*a p-'ftisictttaf*  tM A -'U-Jv'-..  Sirr.ESipox    Hasf Also    Bi-okch    Out Vir*  3e-  D'ffet-ence   Of Three  Feet Yearly  tween Europe ahd; America ?  .Says Scientist  Ottawa.���������A viiriafipn in time differ-  ences"-betw&en?   T6kid/C" Ottawa    and  Greenwich,  England, has been  noted  by officials at the Dominion observatory, since longitudes;were checked in  Bengal Districts ?|?,'j-lS^O-l.  ;M Support thus   iS: lent, to the  ~ Karachi, India.-��������� ^>read of the chol-1 theory of .Professor Wagener,. eminent  ^a"fiKi4e^i.c,.'tp1-t^'e.:wIxpI|p of northern fGerman scientist, that, the continents  India^is feared as the weekly dea|h-of Europe ;aud������ America;ai*e drifting  toll from the scoua-ge rises alarmingly. Vapart. \  the | or f������od and when a surplus of Ameri-  jn I can citizens may wish    to    Und    n������.w  j hemes. A'resolution, it as untlorslood  I was  passed  by     that    body    tevera!  months ago asking for co-onoa*aaion in  <he work of investigation.  Dean  Rutherford  of the   L7ni.ver.bity  ,-,X! Ct������������������1������������������+ ^\, ^i..*.^ TS.. ThT������, r .^ i **. -.I-. r.a������������1  XJX.       C7ct2MVt^LCt.L^ V> Alt,       JLTJL .        .Ul.LaiV^li       <wxw  Dr. Mc Arthur, of Queen's University,  Kingston, waited upon Premier W. L.  Mackenzie King and members ot thu*  cabinet in the matter.* The dclegaiio-i.  which v,ras heard in camera, , ur^cd  that tho Dominion Government eo operate by providing every available ��������� assistance through ,the variou-3 federal*  departmentSv^After-hearing; thei3*epresentations Premier King premised:the-  assistaa:ice ofr the -. federal department  would be'Bgiyen. Already, it *is uiider-  stood, several universities have" iiit-1-  matecl their -ilntentiosi to? co-opSrate.?  K  Says  Low    Wages    Paid    To    Fcirhi  y Women in ?Oa-.tario;: -'\<P  yToroiito. ��������� That no, self-respectiiig  ?Peaths  at  Diajapur increased  frojh  Avlib, witli her daughter, had come to f 42 to 229 in Seven days,    at    Maldah  keep  the  husband.  ryst.'on behalf o^  her  late  fhowsand^Eight:     v   v  ppp ^rosy-Saered-Reik  ':i  yFor Royal Clemency  ���������i-ptniP.?-  ���������-��������� .v-Vf-.v^.v.���������'���������������������������.���������������������������.--.   .-:  Offenders     Under     A/lanitoba     Liquor  .   Laws. May Receive Consideration ���������  Wihaiipeg. :-l- A laetition ?'toi*. "royal  cleinency towards, offenders under ex-  isUng ,liaupr,Jaws is now, .iai circulation.  Coaitending tliat thej*.,. -bave sufll-  cientjy 'pifidytfor^ thoir ..niasdemeanoi-s  jigaiiist -Jforinea* laws, -fay nain^ber of  friends aaad relatives of pei'sons whose'  jail terms will not have expired by the  dato wlaeai tho Jiew consolidated, "lln,-  -uor fawS are' likely' to*Vhavc 'pjife&ett  have organized to bring- in-esHuro. on  ihp CrOY.ernmeait to liberate thesejn;is-  onei's at; that time. Although the GoV-  oi*nanont>s vle>v of tho potltion is j\ot  yet known, it may bo contended tlaat  those priatfaorj*i"'-irai������!V oiHerri ;'actually,  coaiamittcd to jail aftor the passing of  tlio new act aro still subjectftoVpimlKh-  lnont under clausqs. %n tho now legis-  latlon.  Motion Of Censwre Defeated  Hni'.iGny    MacDonald,    Labor    Leaderi  ������������������" .Mowaa Vol������.OT daiasilre Aualnst  \    Baldwin Govifta'nw^aat  ���������;*, London,    -y   A    anotion, of  inovoil! in the   ITouhu    of  j;,uai5K-ii. I'runiiea- IhaHhviaa  ror htu failure  Lo parllolpato Jtt llui coal debato  naja   Novomber   1G   \vi\b   rejected   lay   a  \'oui ������t V,n uri42.  ..-'J'iiti voUjt of ceiasiiro wiua :uove<l by  tho l^nhor leader, lltma^ay IMaclJou-  hid. and n tievon-hour dolhafo crt'siiod..  V The' Prime MtnlHl.cr, iaa Uao oowso  of Iii'.; voanaalc.!, explained the vmintfald  UuiY.a imiior.ed upon hlaia, aaad Inlinrtaf-  ������id that Ihn daily.of leadernhlp In 1ho  XTr-m.^o would, cvotiluiilly hnvo to be  '"���������vie;-''.'!''"1  "t vnnir* f>������1ir-r ������?-;aiith)*-������*.  i&^m*mmmmmmt,im .mwmtmimii.'.t.immwmttmitmmumtmmmitmmimM'*}.  \\\ "n." v.'   17ri   Hindus gay ^Huge Sum For Gantrents  .. PS.'P% |?^f_Wiaoy/V;t::yi|.-  ,;. Loiidpn. .,. ���������-..���������. ThousakdsK-of llindus  fdnght to obtain ffragmeaits of the  charred .clothing of a Hindu woman'  who suffered fatal burns attempting to  [.p-Srfbtin^tlio .^aijqie^t--X'ito'yqft :sutt<3el ���������  self-iminbratlon of a widow with 'tho  66dy of lier'hVsbaaidV^says itaXespalch"'  to the "Evening News from Allahaball.  ,J*ri.o.'.widow, who was rescued by the  police from the'*funeral pya-6 of her  husband, subsequently died of her  burns, and her body was thrown into  tho'sacred Ganges near Patua.  - Hundreds of rupees were paid for  possession of her gaa*mir3nts, -which aro"  regarded byf the "Hindus as sacred.:  FQlly^ 15,000 Hindus fought to obtain  fragments of her-clothing.  from 430 to 617; at "NToakhali, from. 5,a  to 177; and at Howrah, from 51. lo 7S.  p "\^stei-h?fBe^aisls---^h'e worst a������e^t-.  ed district. The density of the populaf  tiohfin northern India    and   the  "Further  comparisons  will be  made j domestic servant, would wprk for the  in-another ten years and if "the varia- .[..-wages which ?arm women get Sor tiaeii*  tion- continues" the   Wegener   conteh-j labor, was liie    statement    by "'"Sirs. ���������  tion will be regarded-as cqnarmed. y    [Miles; OpCr,  of  Ijeamington,   Ont.,  in  -professor -"Wegeii'er���������f-'iwas   struck: by? the course o'������ hpv presidential-.^address..  the fa;ct thatf. there?.' were projections  iii tlie coast lines of Europe and Africa  quency of travel totensiiies the .dan-! which-appro-xhnately- fitted' into V in-  ger in that great territory. The 'dentations- in the coo;st lines'';'of-'^*Joi'th"  epidemic, -is becoming more acute |in 'and South'America. VHe conceived the  Calcutta, where 2,139 deaths were re-1-notion that"iitf.piie time the four con-  ported a week ago. In 14 Bengal dis-'J tinehts :''iiaa'.; been one but had been  tf-ictSi' a.violent .smallpox epidemic has -driven asunder.by a mighty cataclysm  broken V out, adding '"'to tlie gi*avity:!of  of nature and were still -drifting apart.  tbe'-situation: more than 100 psrsdns  died in Calcutta over the week erifd  from smallpox alono, while deaths yin  tlie Bengal districts increased.        V  Unemployed Ira Britain  Official statistics show .,that 1,1*J|,-  200 person's were unemplbyed for tlie  week ending Nov. 2S, in the  at the'rate di approsimateiy  ii yeoli*. ' '""'"'  Offer For Saskatoon Street Railway;  Saskatoon.-���������An offer to pay the city  $1,000,000 in caish foa*- the street railways and the electric power plaait and  to take over"debetaiurcH) on the same,  are high lights in   it   commuhicatlon  at the iamnualfdmeetingf of; the ? United  Fa,rmfWpmenj of ..Ontario...-She ������elt that  economic conditions Were "Jar froin  satisfactory'."for farm women. .  : Concerning the V^grain'" poolV ?'-Mrs;  Oper said: the -vvdrnen were hopeful of  its .success. A. di-op , in fmeuiborship  from?2,312 ta2,041 was reported by the  secretary.".. .."..-,, .,-'Vy.y  Committed For Trial  IVritJ|h  Isles. While a slight Increase over tb'o j that G. M. Yule, K.C., acting on behnU"  previoiis jyeok, tho flgurcs are 350.SG7 ;������i' C. J. Yorath, president of tho MJd-  coiiHuro  Commons"  und9r..r thost. of  102<J  during the  ccial  slriko,', "���������' ?:    '*?'        '':   . P.P''Pl  '" ?,      s^  am  Doctor INInd������..Long Trip To Aid. Dying  .--,''*��������� \y y" BoyV ' r,V?: ? :. -^."',..,.���������  "M^Call, JfilaXlio-,���������A dog team cairy-  ing .rnedical aid .to si dying boy-aci-oss  a iaundrcd miles oi* blodk Idaho i*ooud-  lain counta*:y \vas bollevqd to. havo won  its raco.     '" ' y ���������''  Traversing.the i*uggod snow-covoi'od  hills in bitterly cold weather, tho  nuashora reached tha .Woi'donhol'f Wine  in tho Thunder Mountains in iimo foi*  Dr. Don Numbers to udiuiallHter to  Eminott Itoutson, 20.;:������} P' - s-i,},;-. ? -:,,  Dr. Numbers began his! trij^ to tlilao  mjlaio . by autonio\)U,o. , ���������3Io'aTy1.., imow,  blocked him", anal ho*ohl'lat'eft"tlie': aid  of llloy Stovor, .mush'eav and a feaan of;  crack fiiedgo do'gs. young Uoutaaon waa  fitrlckon-with lniluea?.a and bemoan-  hagoja, aud hope wan given, up for, him  unless medical help" nvrlvod Quickly,  West Utilities    aaid    his    associates,  handed iaitoi-the city hall hero.  Men Charged ;W ith"Collecting -la-iforina-  ..........Vtaoii^AboMtyE^ritish .ForcBsVV  '������������������'������������������'���������"������������������:'' ''For'1 Soviets'���������' VlV -*;*-- '-���������  Loudon.���������Geoa*ge Hansen, a Gi-arman,  aaid Wilfred Francis McCarta-iey, tles-  ciibed as an Irish American, v.rern  coananitted foi*'tJ'iiii before the coaii-al  criminal court on^ charges brouglit under the official secrets act by a magistrate in .How Street Court. ,  The two prison era are alleged . 1o  havo attempted to collect Information  about the British aa\my forcein, particularly tho air force. At a previous  laeilriaag it. was brought out that, the  men wore gathering information bo*  lic-ned to be useful to Sovlot Ilussia.  -������-  New Coastal Steamet- For C. P#.IL  Fire. Chief  Retires  Wiianlpeg.-���������Wjimiipog's rflro ol.ii-tsf, -T.  E. Buehianan, has handed Iai his resignation alter *lfl years of service. C'hh'i.'  BucHanon" comoa wltlaln the recently  adopted iarovhaloris of tlao pension bylaw which 1'oo.ulroa overy civic employee to rotlre on pension on, attaining 'the ago*of CD*, if Ian has 20 yosirs'  Hervloo.to Ills credit.  Wins More Awards  Uunlpli, Ont.---W, J. McCnllum, of  Itramptou and Hogliaai, was a big..winner at" the provincialr Caila- yealerday,  capturing both champlonHhips in 1lao  Pca-cheron classed and Junior niul  grand Cly-vJoatUilo o)i lal:j Lord, W'lllltig-  don. n .young'animal .-which wont to  (aae top at boiii aiiu Toronto' iioyui amt  tlao Ottniva Winter Pali*.:  An iaiaportant laddhlon to ihe IJaei-  lie Coast Moot of the Cauuullaai' l?iiciflc  waH. huuaehod recently ira^ai (he yaa-dii  of .Tohaa lla'own and Co., at Mhu.gow,  and ehrlslciied "T'rlncoHs Kliilnc".  This new vesael follows along iiio line  of thu eouHlul a I. owners of ahe-.a'oata-  pany plying between Vancouver,Hont  tin. Vancouver Island and Alaska.  Tho "Priueonfl Klulne" Is about. 2!>0  foot in length, with a gvoiw aeghitci-  of 2,000 tons. Sim has been doMignod  to nuilnhiln a spood of 19 ltnotiv an  hotiri being dalvon hy throe j.crewH.  AfUj du1Ivi.;i'y .;o3iuj time in I'cbi-uary,  sho will b<" plncnd on tho ram hotw������n-������ii  Vancouver-aand Ntinalmq on Vancoai-  vor Island. She lias aeerrnvmcdatlon foi*  about .V.iwi) iJaMKi-ngern wilh ample  I'nclliileri for dancing an<l iuxiisil J'unc-  llons on boiardy Sp'ochil [arrangement  on tho lower Mleok hav<i been made for  iho u-aaiHpoatatioii of auitoma)bili;)H.  Tlits veMUfl will l������e delivered lo tlao  Company nt Vancouver jifr.^r being  roui-kl from the Old Cioiinai-y by way  of tho Psinanui. Canal. While alio will  limiaily i>e aaseil for Korvlito iaa iho  Channel aand a**������aaoon Chariot!o Sound,  iho v6ju-.o! iiiaiun������lHled 10 bo' tiiiod l>e-  tween tfi.-nttli1 un Un* nonth ar.il !'!'a;:  Wiiy. Ahisiui io lh<- norih.  "Flying Fatalities  Washington. ��������� From January 1 n>  October \}l of 1927, the first year of  .Government' regulation anal. .iBBlsfcittco  of commercial flyiaag, ihero wero 100  peraoni! hilled In 'plume aiccidenfs arid  S.S hajui-od in aaoaiaal uorvhro conrlucti^l  for n prollt, if was rcvealnn' by au-  llonv.l rtali������?t!r.|-������.  CoolIdoeJ WiU Not Hun  Waslaiaiixtena, ���������"��������� In hi* own woi-dM,  CalvJn .Cooltdco TtL"olIin3nat������s(r' uk a  cauclidaite for ricsident Iia l!J2^. ib*  him not changed. hl������ iitand of Aaa������-;u-i  2, wJion, in tho Hlnojt .ITlUfl, ho n;ahl:  "l do not a.'hopRo to run," niul. Im- P  viuj/n,u 11.  ji������������������.   ������Jj.it, '"Ij.y   dt;������;l,..li./-M  "-  -IH.  b(������  r(tiipeotcd.'f  ���������<?'. |g|l^!!pg^^  *f?g*������S53w^ .  .:v^;>*������**'j  ���������1"HE CBE8TIT5  BB������iE-������  IE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Crestasss* B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  83.00 to U.S. -points.  O. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  OBESTOH. -B.C,* FRIDAY, S>EO. 16  New Motor Regttlaii&ns  ��������� In order to save time nnd otherwise convenience motoriats - in  securing 1*928 number plates, the  department has inau^uarte������5 a new  system by which a atrip certificate,  showing all details that mi������8t be  supplied in securing a license, is  being mailed to every registered  car owner���������even showing the price  that will have to be paid at January 1st for the -new number plate^-  h.h���������e , an that is required is for tbe  autoist t-o present this stris^ at the  provincial police office" where all  there will G0������r have to be done is  to take the raoney, fill iu the plate  number and hand the purchaser  th������ required certificate, after the  buyer has put his name on the  designated dotted line.  If any local motorists have not  recdiv������u this uo-uUus6n& already  they should at once write the  superintendent of provincial police,  Victoria, for it as it is im possible  to get a new number plate without  presenting the certificate.  w E������ere a ear has changed hands  during the year sand no transfer of  license has taken place this certificate will be sent to the party who  took out the license in 1927. and  the play for the new owner -will bo  So snake the needed transfer when  the local officers will attend to  having the certificate duly forwarded the present owner o������ the previously untrasasferred car.  Wa-iling improvement-���������Stewart  Hilton. ..'���������--' ���������; .? ':. ;y ? ?;_;?���������  Perfect attendance���������Douglits An der.  son, Raymond Bevnn, Margaret Burnett, -Dorothy Collis, Kufcta Hare,  Margaret Henderson, Stuart. Hilton,  Emmett Johnson, Aileen Kiitjjrfen-  gmfeh.JBUi-ghena McGreath, Hazel Mc������  Gonegals Norma*?* .NU&el,Marion  QiBinn.  Division 4���������-Miss KoSrues, teacher.  Grade 3 Junior, Proficiency���������Rachel  Morrow. " lanprovement��������� Williani  Greer. "Writing ,-��������� improvement���������Robert Miller. Grade 2. Senior, Profi-  cieney-^-Dpris Ferguson. Improvement���������Edra Walkey. Writing im-  provenaent���������lone Hail*?. Grade 2 Junior, Proficiency ��������� <3 ordori Martin.  Improvement���������Ubut-lae Klin-gen smith.  Writing iguprovenient���������Jean Ryck������  uaan.  Perfect   attendance���������Elena   Andro  quvhli b r #o iv-sif-jerr  *# ACC/Dbi������  .. *  Joan Greenwood, Ernest Ireland.  William Kernafthan, Charles Klingen-  erauii.   xnouiia-s  juOviib,   BrV53r������   r-."ScseJ,  Ueryl pHioaers ������eral-d JPhtllSps, wor  man Phillips,|Jean Kycknaan. ArH4  Schade. Ruth Spencer, Jessie Spratt,  Bichard Trevrly������n. Edith Walkey,  William Weipi Mabelean Romano,  loam Halls.  Division 5���������Miss Kerr, teacher.  PioHciencyvSemor First���������Jack Ross,  Class A���������-Charlie French. Class B���������  E������on" Hollro. Class O-Fred McKay.  General ioiprovouient���������Sfcanley Hend  ren. Writing improvement���������Irene  Pridham.  Perfect attendance���������Jack Burnett,  Charley French, Uusse! Gateg.bes,!  Dorothea Greenwood, Marguerite  Grant, Frank Herdman������ Di>a.*othv  KSingensniith. Frsd McKay, Victor  ������IeKajre Robert Moore, Mary Boss.  Maud Boss. Jean Spiers, Doris Walters, Mary Watson, AreUry Weir,  Cauipbell York, Ernest Hal 1.  The Public Library  It is now owp seven years since the  start of Creston Public JLabrary Association, and it is hoped that 1838 will  see it in  even  tetter condition than  1t.be year now closing.    A new installment of books is expected to arrive  any day from "Victoria, and these .will  include both fiction. |nven1 ie and general literatus-e���������about 250 in all.   The j  Association has also purchased a small I  shipment of aoyels so there will shorts  ly hea good assortment or. the shelves.  All   present   members   are   reminded  that  all  subscriptions   expire   at  the  end of December.   New members intending to join for the year eommenc  ing January 1st, 1SJ28. can  pay their  subscriptions now and   Iscfgin taking  out books any Saturday,Jai Deceruber.  The  annual rate i������ $2 foi* which two  books can be taken out at a tiane, or n  family   subscription at,;S3 eunblea   -%  member   to   take   four books out at  once.     The  annual   meeting   will be  he.d   early   in   January, date   to   be  announced later.  police arras geiSessts :, have he$n  made to send the new-plates by  snail at an extra cost of fsftees,  cents for postage.  As usual the customary cut in  fees of 25 per cent, at the first of  April, and 50 per cent, .at the first  of July are' proyided for���������with a  misiisnum of $10, of course���������but no  matter when you buy your place  be sure and   bring   the   certificate  uho*    ktt������  VtBA  iltxb Had KiKS  n snailed yois.  Creston School  Report,November  Division 1���������F. McLellan, Principal.  Proficiency, Grade 8���������Clemntine  Marshall, William Bayle. Fay Pendry.  Grade7���������Frank Morrow, Tom Craw-  ������oi-d. Herbert Cou.haft.  Perfect attendance���������Frederick Al-  dereon, William Bayle, Margaret  Blihco, Marion Burnett, Herbert  Couling, Jean Henderson, Joan Hit-  ton, Hazel Hopvvoud, LeBoy Johnson,  Frances Lewis. Marjorae Learmodth,  Olemutine Muii-shall, Madeleine Moore,  Raymond Martin, Mury Matnne.  Frank Morrow, Andrew Ma ilea-, Ro-  lainde Miller, Fay Pendry, JBetty  Speers, Jaok Young. Sa.ly Johnson,  Olive Greer.  Division U���������MIbs Bendalli teiachor*  Grade 5. Profflcienoy���������Harry John*  son. Goneraai improvement���������Bertha  Phillips. Writing improvement���������  Clifford York. Grade 6, Proficiency���������  Ills Taylor. General improvement-���������  Cameron McDonald. Writing ini-  provenknaat���������Horbert Dodd.  Perfect attendance���������Herbert Dortd,  Jartaea Dawnoo, Bobort Dickson, Albert Hendy. Annie Irehuad, Hairry  John firm, John JohnBtoaa, Cameron  MaicDonald, ISIoi-ana Mat-snail, Harold  MacLaron, Molly Moore. Hubert Mor������  row, George AIiutcII, Arthur Nichols,.  Npllle Piiyiie, Ro^tha Phillips. Barah  Quinn, .bine Hchh, Allan Speers,  IriH Taylor, OHItord York, Margaret  Miller.  Division 8���������Mfsu Wadav toucher.  Gaade 4b, Proflolonoy���������Dorothy Collin, Klnanoi' Bprati, Doris Bay Its  fjeneral Inmrovemont���������Hughaona Mo*  a ir������.ai,li������. Oi-uhV Ita, ProlEoi^ncy-^AIlccn  Klingonsinith. lliath Ha������������% George  Dr.������������ld. Oi'Mnaul Improvement���������Stewart Hilton nod Kuaanett JnhUMon oqual.  The O.P.R. steamer carried 350  autos between Slocan City and  Silverton the past season.  An unsuccessful effort was made  early this month to organize a  Women's Institute at Grand Forks.  Another meeting   for   fehe  purpose  will be held after  the New   Year.  Since commencing operations on  August 26 th the Bui man dehydrating plant at Vernon has handled  1588 tons- of appleaat a ooBt of  more than $10,000 to the growers.  22 women and 40 men ore employ-  ed, and wages paid to December  1st were over $19,000.  Stomach Gas Isrwes Man  from Bed  "I had gas so bud I had .to get up  nights on iiccount of the pressure on  my heart. I used Adlerika and huvo  been entirely relieved." R, P. Kraae-  gor.  Even tho FIRST snoiiuiml of Adlerika rellovRR gas anal often removes  aistuuiHhlng amount of old waste nrnt-  ler from the system. Makefe you enjoy your inonls and sleep better. No  matter what you havo tried for your  Ntomach and bowels. Adlerika will  surprise you. Creston Drug & Bbok  Store.  s=  AngSi-uUii Gtersl %m\m  SUNDAY, DEC, 18  ORKBTON~*8 and 31 ������,ra.  SIRDAR���������8 p.m.  BOAR FO* SERVICE  *> BoglMt^rod Borkshlro Boar for ������or.  wtea. A. ���������3. CQX.Vaneua Keuich. AHeaj-  Hiding.  The QUALITY of the merchandise we carryjs  the very finest that can be had, VOur stock of  has. arrived and is certainly of excepttonal Qisalit  -"1  Seedless Muscats, pkg..  2 lbs  4i  ������C  Muscat, Puffed, pkg. ���������   Imported Currants* lb   20g  35c  65c  20e  At\J+JL  Suomaid Prunes, 2 lb. pk^   Blue Ribbon Peachesi 2 lb. pkg.  ������.  TTi������nre   <J Ih   T*kcr  "-���������������*������������������*  E O*  111  Dromedary Dates, pkg ���������.  GSaced Cherries, pkg..."..-....   35c  60c  50e  25c  40c  EW PEELS���������Citron* Orange and Lemon  Shelled Walnuts and Almonds  Buy your Christmas Groceries frona our stock  and have your order delivered to your home.  Dry Seasig  Sroeeriss  Faifllfalil  iM^i Slll������������ M  n@ii!H3i@  lmm**m%mSm.  fsssss&gmnixffs  mm  E^rytking, Fresh for  Your Christmas Baking  At*  RAISINS^ail kinds for- Co&king and Dessert*  p  Currants, Pseh, Dates*'Figs, Candied Ginger and Cherries*  AH kinds ������fN&2s9 Jap Qmnges/Grapes* Sweet Potatoes ana Cranberries*  Special Candies from 20c* to60c.per$ound.  Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccos.  1  ^ V  Sweaters, Shirts* Slippers* Socks, Ties, Gav$ers>S^ Glomes,  Handkerchiefs, etc* ';'p;..::as:;-s>''-~:sp*<'-::.':'-:-. ���������'���������/:"'  Sweaters, Underwear, Scarjs, Hosiery, slippers, Garters, Handkerchiefs, Gloves,  '���������.'?.,' -      '���������'���������,��������� -.?        ,;  '      '.-   ���������������������������."'���������������������������' -���������  The CHILDREN ARE NOT FORGOTTEN at the  v  ���������^���������IlklTI  uHPi 11  ^353^ tS     B n9     ������9     \*m     *\m  ���������v i.:~  in   I  y^PQS   oilii  UM TED  The Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Has produced Minerals ns follows:    Plaoer Gold, $78,018,948;     Jjodo Gold, .$120,972,318,  Silver, $80,787,003;    Load, $106,976,442;    Copper $209,907,008;    Zinc, 050,512,557;     Coal  and Coke, $204,099,138; Structural Materials and Miaoellaneous JSalinerals,.$50,175,407; making its mineral production to the end of 1925 show an  Aggregate Value of $988A08,470  Production? year ending December, 1926, $67,188,842  Tlie ..Mining LftWB of thin Province* aro more liberal and the.fees lower than those of ,  any other Province in fcho Dominion, or any colony in tho British Empire.  " Mineral looationa aro granted to discoverers for nominal fees.  Abaolute���������Title8 aro obtained by doveloping auoh propertiea, the neourivy. of whioh ib  guaranteed by Crown Rrantfl. ,,.,..  Full informatSo-n. together with Mining "R^portn and Maps, may be obtained Rratia by  addrofioing���������  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  ., *  N,B,-PtJMtlonlly nil British Columbia Mineral Proportlea* aapon which development work hna hcon dono  air-ta di������H������:rU>od In somo ono of tho Anmaal lieportn of tho Maninter of Mines. Those consldurinK mlnlnpf  lnvefitm(������ntH nhoaalil rofor to maeh reports.. Thoy aire available without charge on application to fcho Department o Mlnen, Victoria. B.O. Hoports of the* Geological Survey of Oainada, Winch BulltlEnft, Vain-  caiaavoa*. aro recommended aa vnlunhlo nonreeo of informutlonk  Reportta eovcrinfa; eucla of ilut 'Six Miuur.*! Sui-vv/ JJlit.-Jctu axc pashllohcd ������������p������^������������t������xly, ������������������i*l aae nvatl  ahlo on lapplloatlon. '  imimmiiimi  SB*  jssrjissjmiwigsmm twwEia^^  msi^^^^^^^uM^^sSMkiii *���������������  ���������VHE  CBBSTCK   BEVBB^  i*  rrsrjRB ������smb  New Stock of  Harness   ���������  Second Hand Store in  connection  Shoe and Harness Repairing  SRAL ACT  IFORM F]  Certificate ������  t?f Mffrsprovemsnts  NOT /OS ������/=��������� A&g*UGATi&iV  MINERAL- CLAIM,     Situate in  the Neiaon Mining rHytelon of West Kootenay  District,     where - located:   On Iron  Mountain, northwesterly from. Kitchener,  B.C.     Ijawful holder:   Charles Phunmer  Hill, Victoria, B.C.   Number of the holder's  Free Miner's Certificate, No. 120183).  TAKE NOTICSUhat I. G. A. M. Ycung.Free  Miner's Certificate No. 4334-D, acting as agent  fc?  tho  said  Charles  Plomrner HtlL intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to applv to the  Ohrsst Church Jam.or j&a.ld ha.ve  their annus.! sale of s.eedlework and  candy, with afternoon tea, at the'  Parish Hall on Saturday afternoon,  December 17th, frona 2.30 to 5.30  jb'clots.  At the Women's Institute meeting  on Friday afternoon the directors  were named a committee to look af .er  the usual distribution of Chrastrmiis  hampers to needy families in the  disti-act.  The Srst of the schednled gonads at  the curling rank were commenced on  Tuesday, and a two shafts a night  schedaale is again in force.. Dolf' Weir  wall be ace maker and rink manager  this season.  The deer shooting season closed  yesterday. Th������ kill of venison has  been up-to the (average of Inst yeor,  with- the Hazel Ca-eek area, east of  Kitchener, the season's likliest shooting ground/  Vefnon 'curlers   are   Koinfc   easy  year, aaad   will   only   provide  two sheets of ice to  commence   the  season with. -���������  Kaslo.makes*thehospital a  grant of ,$893 -for' next year Instead  of paying-70-cents perJday for each  patient treated.'  . j  W^Sleighton,.-a C.P.R. engineer.  ran down-a deer oaa the track near  Wardener one,- day last-week, out-  ting the animal in two.  "With the esee^otion of crated  stuff' Pentiotonv growers are- this  year   receiving  ^feliSO^er box nett I  higher orices than in 1926.  w-  .   -"   .   - .      t  ~        - - - . ���������  A coiipie of Cranbrook merchants  have.jnst installed  sawdust -bnrn-  inz fairnace plants in   their,stores,  and claim they work satisfactorily.  -' -/ -'-'      "' ' ''  cash  CONSIDER A JOINT  O. H. Smith,  I*-*-**.***-./**-* aii  un<ifi.a*c  ays  ���������R.  of j  Mining Recorder for a certificate o������ improvements, for the purpose ot .obtaining a Crown  Grant ot the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 85 of the Mineral Act. must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate  of itaprovementa  Dated this 8th day of November, A-D. 1927.  Form. No. IS.  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Purchase Land  At the Decembei. -meeting of the  village council Thursday, January  26th was named as election day,for  the '-three .commissioners to serve for  the neast two years. Nomination day  is JAns^at���������,*' 23i"clo  *R". B. Staples is here from Kelowna  for a few days this week. The good  sleighing that prevails is expediting  the Jog haul and' the <.Putnar������, Palmer  & Staples, Lfcuited, wlll*resume sawing an a few days.  & Vernon" dairy  has jnst sold a  Jersey heifer for $600. "He.-,purchased the same animal in June for  mm.  Oreston  spell of oldtime winter the past week,  three .below   zero   being registered on  Saturday   *morniaag.     A   snow  Kramberley's tax rstte for sohool  purposes is 10 mills for the ensuiiag  year, hut the Press expects to see  this reduced during succeeding  years.  W. K. Baling is traveiling with  a fractured finger oaa his right  hand, sustained when he fell on  one of Rosslaaad-s icy sidewalks last  month.  A VERY, real service Is of-  ~<I ^-fered by joint account  privileges. Two people ihay  cheque and deposit through  one account, and this makes  a very convenient family  banking arrangement,  Any branch oj the bank will be glad to,  open joint accounts and explain  particulars*  fUPCPiAI-'nANIf- '  'rffTANAHA  H^2"-*'-  iraXa  ���������exa   **"t-*9      *>������t*Jr-g  Creston Branch   r -       ** - W. ALLEN, Mgr������  Assets of OBeflundredandlniirtVfive Millions  1SS  <���������*������������������-a.������-������    _^ara_  i������.MtiM-������������y sraor  eight    inches    made    Its    appearance  The P. Burns Company have  jjusi taken over the three -butcher  shops of the late H. Clever. iocata=d  at    New    Denver,   Salverton    and  fall   of[Santlon-  In West Kootenay Land Recording District of  Province of Biitlsh Calumbia, and situate  in Arrow* Creek Valley on east- slope of  Goat Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that Bffle Frank Arrow-  , smith, of Creston. B.C. occupation, spinster,  tate-nds to apply for permission tt> purchase-the  Scllo-wing described larids: Commencing at a  post planted one foot from South East corner  of Sublot 130 of Lots 4592 and 4595:Jthence 20  chains west; thence 20 chains south; thence 29  chains east; thence 20 chains north, and containing 40 acres more or less. _   KFFIK FRANKABROWSMITH.  Dated September 5,1827.  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  ACT AMINDBSENTS  PBE-EMPTIONS  vacass, uKr-eserved,, surveyed Qs&vm;  "lands may be pre-empted by British  " subjects over 18 years of age, and by  aliens on declaring intention to become.  British subjects, conditional ijpon residence,   occupation,  and  improvement  * for agricultural purposes.  Full information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions, is given  in Bulletin No. 1," Land Series, "Bow  to,Pre-empt Land," copies of which can  be obtained free of charge by addressing tiae Department ot Lands, Victoria,  B.C., orto" any Government. ^ent.'  V Records will be granted covering oply  land suitable for * agricailtural-purposes,  and whfcfc" is not timberland,v Lea,*-carrying over 5,000 board .feet per acte  west of the Coast Kange and 8,000 feet  per acre east of that range.  Applications for pre-emptions are tp  be addressed to the Land Commissioner  of tbe Land Recording Division in  wbicb .the land applied for is situated,  and are made on printed forms, copies  v of which can be obtained from the Land  Commissioner..' v  -pre-emption?' must be occupied for  five years and improvements made to  value of $10 per acre, including clear-,  ing and cultivating at least, five acres,  before a Crown Grant can be received,  ��������� For more detailed information see  the Bulletin "How-to Pre-empt Land.*'  ElhBtCip^ASlB'.;.:  Applications are received for purchase,  of vacant, unr&served Crown , Lands,  not being timberland. lor agricultural  purposes; minimum price of flraj^claas  (arable) land la $5 per acre, and second  class (grazing) land a^2^0 per acre.  Further information regarding purchase  or loose of Crown lands Is given,in Bui-,  letln No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase  and Lease, of Growti Lands."  Mill, factory or industrial' sites on  timber land, not exBoeding 40 acres,  may too purchased or leased,-the cttn-  dltions including payment of stumpage.  HOMESITE LEASES  tTnnaarvoyed areas not exceeding 20  acres may be leased as homesitea, conditional upon a dwelllpg being erected  in tho first year, title being otatainablo  after residence and improvement conditions are fulfilled and land haa been  surveyed. ���������*       .  ? LEASES  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas not exceeding 040 acres may be  . leased by one person or a coiap&riy.  GR/iZrNG  Under the Grazing Aot.the Province is divided into grassing, districts  and the rang������ administered under a  ara7.lng Commissioner. Annual grazing permits are issued baaed on numbers ranged, priority being given to  established owners. Stock-owners may  form  ������K������wflRMons for range manage-  Tiinity United Church Ladies'' Aid  Are well pleased with thi3 success of  tbe annual bazaar held in the church  basement on Saturday last, at which  the cash intake was aboaat $130, repare-  senting a _25 pev cent, gain ovet**192S  receipts.  Conirr^tulH tions were showered on  Mr. and Mrs. A. Attwood yesterday  'when a few close friends and amuiedi-  ate relatives gathered in the home of  their daughter, Mif". Percy Aciauifa. in  honor of the 55th anniversary of tbe  ���������marriage of the ag-ed couple.    Jflr. and  IMrst' Attwood wes-e the recipients'of .  many gifts, tokens of esteem, hccoto"!  panied by-'caiWia expressing the best  wishes of their friends, and kinsfolk.  The little parS^- "was sharked tbar-rtuajh-  out by the close understanding" t&at  goes hand tn hsind with frienkthip  ibat ' has   endured   for   years.���������Cran  The   White   Pine lumber Com  pany   sawmill    at   i&akusp   closed  down for the seasnn at-the eiad of  November, but the   planer   is   still  aranuing.  Vernoai has about 250 unemployed. Most of these have been  attracted to that centre due to  prospect of electric power development at Sbiss^vap.  Oo JNot ix>se Interest  savings*  -by   delaying   to   deposit   yotis  TF you cataiiiot visit us persbaaEy,  sead Y<>ur deposits by nxstSL Have  the satislEactioii. of icaewmg that your  money is eafely protected aad is  earning interest regularly. a*s  The Public Library  The Elks Lodge at Vernon has  purchased the town's skating rink  at al pripe of $1250, aaid will make  extensive repairs to put it in shape  for skatiia"g and hockey. p ,  Hev. Mr. Silvcrwood .is announo  ������������d   to siaoceed Rev. P. C. Hayrnan  as Snglish Church rector at Grand  Forks,    which     pulpit*   has    been  vacant for about sis months.    -.  OF COMMERCE  Reserve fund $20,000,000  -Crestoa. Branca'  R. J. Forbes, xtrlauagca.  The Minor hears that the. Douk-  laobor8 at Rossland propose .rejoining the colony at Brilliant early in  the new year, which will reduce  the district's population about 200.  It it*.now over seveai years since the  start of Creston Public Library Assoca-  ation^ and it is hoped that 1^2$ vvill  see it in , even   better- cundataoh' than  '.tli*e..T^>,'Vo^:'0lt'!^''n'f|'*: '"A nevV Jn-atHlU"  ment of books is expt'cted tii arrive  any day from "Victoria, and these .will  sncliade both Hctaon, juveaiile anal jrteh-  eral  literature���������aboait 250 in all.   The  Association bat* also purchased a small  shipment of novels so there will rshop't-  ly be a Rood ussoa'tmen thn the shelves.  All   present   inembei^   lire   reminded  that '.ill  Bubscriptions' expare   at the  end of December.    New  inemhers in-  tendinp; to join for the year communc-  InK Jnnuaiy  1st, 1028. can   pay their  subscription.f. now  and   bt*������*;an   taking  <*ivit hooka any Sataavdiay iaa December.  The annual r>ate is j$2 for .whichtwo  bnoltH c������������������af be tuken out iat ara^fcltne, or ii  faanily   Bubsoa-iption at $3 ertMblea   %  member .to   tnke   foaar  books out at  The Vernon News says that ow  ing to repeated failaares of market-'  ing-orgaiiissationa to* pay profitable  returnsv to growers ��������� Okanagan  orchards aare not in tlie shape they  ought to be.  Crambrook Roivaari r Catholic  ladies broke all known records for  bazaar''-'intake- last week,1 when  $2,749 was gathered in at .raffles,  drawia.g contests, sale of work,  refreshments, etc.  Under the new regime the Douk-  hobors among other things plan to  erect'.a 2������\m factory ait Grand  Foi'ks, land also aaa crease the output  of their briok plant near that town  to 5,000.000 yearly.  G.A.Mini)N,D.C.,Ph.C.  ***** SetTfoH "W1H  ventnally Choose  opce. The annual rueetinp; will  be.d early in Jamiary, dale' tn  announced later.  be  be  NEWS OF KOGTESiAYS  LARffOiVT SL.DC2.  NEW HOURk-Olosod WodnGBclay and  Saturday oltornoons,  HEALTH IS WEALTH  About twenty ladies are taking  the health class exeroiaea at the  Kimberley gym a tins, a mi.  During Koyembor alone Vernon  huiatora havo taken more deer than  Por  the whole  of the U126 season.  $252.40 worth of poppicn wore  sold at Cranbrook Armistice wook.  Moyie bought $15.40 aind Yahk  $U.4&.  A representative of a aoast house  sold $1750 worth of musical instruments in Cranbrook in two days  last week,  KOL8TBR6.D  A Six Tub*i 6������twlUtSlnatto Coatvol!  .Actual jwirformnnce la the only real teat of radio capabilities. For your own satisfaction, choose a set no other way.  Lot us demonstrate this G-tubo Roister act with ain&to  control. Its performance will amaxc you���������and when you  compare It to any other sot, you will realize why we asay  tliat Holster Jatne ������������������greatest value-pcr-dollar"* in amdloa  R, A. COMFORT  ANNOuriCEHtriT  Buq tbe   steady  advance   m  cest of all lines of feed, I am  .compelled    to    raise   Milk  Erices, which from Decerned 1st will be- as follows :  MILK  JERSEY���������8 Quarts for $1.20  HOLSTEIN-������10%iarts,$1.10  An unnuooesftful effort was made  early   this   month   to or������araize  a  ment.  5^7 or ^JoriSaUy i^**pwmii������ i WcmcR's Inetkiito Pt ������ra%url Forkn.  are avn������������tole for settlors, campers or | Another meotinfi   for   the  purpose t   T  Lravolloro, up to ten bead. i will be laekl after ,the New   Year. \ Pint iOc    i-t mt. . 'IHQ  Bn������ by pREMiER GARAGE  m*  I^S IMP.'*-4*. ������<i H*. .���������.. a ���������   -���������,...  .(Printed Butter  vvrttps at  nru������,  JL la?*C  Kr #%'** * *** my  i* *m.m*t m mm* w * ^w��^��Vw*,*i^.^Wj��w^,^^
THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    C.
Will Be  Broadcast
The Banf? winter carnival is to be
held tlao. week of February 1 to 21 tliis
Sweden's first woman "judge, Miss
Mai*y Traugott, lias made laer debut iai
tlae county assizes at Svartlosa, near
Tlae annual dog racing classic of*
Eastern Canada, the .Eastern International DOg Sled Derby, -vvill be run
again at Quebec City, February 20-22.
The first Anglo-German hockey
gaane since the war was played at.
Folkestone, England, December S, and
Scientist Believes It Wiii Be Accomplished   Before   Long
The trans-oceanic aeroplane of the
future will be rnrak* withoiat fe:*r of
running out of gasoline���because no
gasoline, will be used. Nicola Ti sla.
eaninent electi*ical scientist and inventor, makes the preidctiott -with perfect confidence, saying- that eltcta*fc
power soon-Will he broadcast as aaclio
waves now are.
l>isclaiming his statement to be Lhat
of a visionary, Tesla offered as proof of
the fact that he already has succeeded, in,sending.power through'tho air---
nearly* .half way  around  ihe  world���
tions and* thoro broadcast
area lor-use in motor cars
homos and factories.
Toslu ..believes   he   will
a ho  plan   iri' ofern ti on.
CW't-.'r  a   v>i\��f
.^^rnplan ok,
to   set1
(with a loss of .yi    per    cent,    ot    its
resulted in a draw with a score of '2-2. | strength."When this feat can be dMpll
A.  caution  is   issued  at   Ottawa  by '. cy\iv��   cheaply enough to make.. It ��p-
the: Canadian Tuberculosis Association i oik-able to' practical tine, power v ould j
against   accepting   too   readily   "cures: bo produced ouly at great central stiv I
for tuberculosis,"    announcements    of
which  have been  recently  published.-.
Engineers of the Canadian "Marconi
Company are conferring with officials
of the. Radio Corporation of America
on plans to start a short wave system
between Now York and Men ire-' 1,
Oai a clipping from an American
rotagravure newspaper, AU.-n under I..
McKay of North Vancouver made his
will, two days before he die.-:"*. Tho will
wasprobated in supreme court th��ere.
Feeling that  their interests retiutre
more adequate    representation,    residents  in  the   Xorth   West    Torri.orLes
are .petitioning the-    Dominion    parlia- ��� o.\(;K
ment   for   a   seat   to   be   provided   for'
^ww^-k *��.sp     w m*g*gig\
Golden Text:v''God, having of "old
time spoken un toy the fathers iaa the
prophets by divers portions and in. diverse manners, hathyat the end of,
these davs spoken unto us in IIis
Son.f'-~Hebrews 1.1, "2y"      .
Devotioaial Reading:  Psalaii 67.
A ��� R e v t e w By -M ea n s Of A J! u s i o n s y
The sun is set;   and   in-his   latest
- 'beams- - :-'. ���'
You 1 i ttie cloud of asheav gray and
���   gold,.
Slowly upon tho    amber    air   un-
<���     rolled
The faltering mantle of the prophet
The Assyrian came down    like    the
wolf on.the fold,
And   his cohorts  tverc  gloaming  in
'purple aaid gold"'
'       Summer Fairs Are Popular. ������-'��� ;j
j Canadian    National    Ex.'>iibition    L^r.ds |
AU Others On Continent in I
Attendance ;
Tho Canadiaai    National!    Exhibition;
\ at ^Toronto led all the fairs on iho. eon ;
��� iineaat kis't's'ttaaamorin attendance v.-ivh |
' l,siO,()t>0. The state lair oi' Texas was j
j second with  an   attendance   of   l,0S9y |
Those figures were contaiaio'l iri j
the report of E. I... Rickai'dson, of Oai
Assist a.t ait Agricultural Age.ni. nt
Winnipeg, who has beeai promoted
Divisional Supcrintonleut of Colonization and Agrknalture, ��� Canadiaai National Railways, with h<*adtp,t:vrtei*s at
New j Plane Is-
Weather Proof
Can    Travel    Under   Any    Conditions
Opinion?Of inventor
An airship -which, it is said, will- be
able to cross^the Atlantic and back in
almost any weather, has been designed by four young ek-naral officers.
It has a rigid keel, though the ship
is of tho half-rigid type, and can carry with easo forty passengers and car
go, while it can .negotiate any-of Hie
diflleultiesV met with in night flying,
or in fog.
-���Two big rigid airships are now
being built by the British Government for long distance transcontinental aaid trans-oceanic transport,
involving non-stop flights of 1,000
utiles and upwards.
That host on the anorrow lay
... ei*ett aaad strewn,-���Byron.
Wo also have our calling of God, as
truly as atiy ancient    prophet;'   and
round us also the tenipest    at    times
j shouts, and beneath our. ..feet tiae earth-
I quake trembles, aaid    about    its    fire
-'-��� -���: ���y-----.----,���  .-.--  | threatens     to     destroy.���John     Page
Wheal  Poo!  Loads!*  QfHce    ...   ]  ; uf'eacla one ask himself avDetlier
~-���""" | he is seeking to please God by doing
justly, loving inerc-j-y and walkiaig'humbly before him; tvnether he is on the
side of God, and of the things which
are  pleasing  in.  God's, sight.���BorcLenj
P. BoAvne.
that-seeu-oii of the coma try.
Ar&nouneemem is made front London, England, that the Empire fu-.tr-
keting Board will give a speer.ii reception and dinner to the party of
Canadian fanners which is to go over-
seas'-during th-e coming winter.  .,
After 5-2 years of continuous service.
Frances  E. Harrison, Vancouver post-
uary... president of the internat'-onal j
Association of Fairs and Expositions, j
Fairs each- yeivr are becoming more j
popular and more successful, educa-j
tionally and financially. Mory than.'39,- [
400.of>t> persons    attended    the
Act   As    interra-sediary    Between"
Winnipeg and European
Intervaow��'.>d  on  readiing   Uvorpool,
, p.'I.. Suiith, of Winnspeg. fornier gen-
! oral   sales .'manager  of   tho   Canadian
; wheat pool, who was accompanied by
j It. A. Mcpherson, Delia.. Alta., a director,  stated  thait  ho had  journeyed to
Fngland to establish  a London  office
for, the pool, but this, ho said, did not
mean  tlaat   Canadian-- grain  would  be
this year.    The    attendance    lirn-s    in-
ceased ��� by    about    2,000,����o    persons
The new    airship    has   a    torpedo
Lake tho leaves of the forest when j shape without the.usual projections,
autumn had flown, !   .-Spacious sleeping   and   saloon .'ac
commodation   win  -be   provided,   free
from noise and vibration.
Tho new keel arrangement is said
to give anf etiormously increased internal strength. Risks due to fire,
leak-age of the envelope, landhig- on
water'"or in high wind, refuelling in
(light, have all been dealt with in d.ey
"Lieut. C Lihcolno. Sutton, late TI.NS,
said that although the Envelope of
the proposed new airship is filled with
Inflammable gas no fears need be ort'
iox'lnincd as to its safety.
A hew type of ground fjlant has
beeai envolved for use oh land or water
On   Carnael's  height   a  strong  man
bowed in prayer;
Hoipless apart from God, in prayer
master, has been, superannuated, ��-7c<*- ---every year, since 1910-
tiveJnne 30 next.    Ou Jamiary 1 Mr?;     Investment.in    fair   .buildings
Harrison will leave on six months' v,n
-jaLion with full pay.
i grounds- now 'totals about ��230,000,000,
] while premiums and prizes last year
I had. a total .value of more than SS,'400,-
Canada Retires Loari
F:nancinri|     By     Federal     Government t
., *   Shows, a Healthy State Of
An indicaaiou ot the healthy, state of.[
Canada's  financial  condition  is given \
in   a   recent   announcement   hy  Hon.
James A. Robb, Canadian Minister o��
Finance,  to   the   effect  that  of  $100,-
505,050  loans** maturing between Nov. j
1, and December 3, $55,505,650^ will be
paid  outy. of revenue and. Ifhe balance
of $45,000,000. will be taken care of by 1
aat issue of four per cent, three-year
treasury notes which liave been sold
to the  chartered, banks of Canada at
par.  By    this    arrangement.   interest.
charges of $.3,607,800 annually Aviii be
saved. V *   "'���',.   V     V'f -' * '
The sale Of these"- -treasury notes
marks tlae faast fljjancang siaice 193$
which the Dominion Govcraimont has
effected, at a net cost ^.ts low as four
per eent; Tlae ta*easury notes will be
lated December 1, 1927.
A safe and staro medicine for a child
1 a-oubled with, worms as Mother Graves'
Worm Extea*aninator.
Sales Are Not Brisk y
Although whaling a-3 it profession is
alanost oxtlaact, one coaacern iai Seattle
still receives orders for harpoons from
isolated whaloiv; ha the North Pacific.
and Atlantic. A recent order received
was for three heavy whale harpoons
lo be shipped, to a Norwegian port."��� ..���
0 ,    ' [any cheaper here. He pointed out that
,���.,., _  .,  "'��� V \ neither the pool    nor    tho    Canadiaai
'airs an-tbe I.-nated. b tales and Canada;
���farmer could sell crops any cheaper.
'Ufs-a matter.of. fact," Mr. Smith said,
"your bread is considea*ably cheaper
than ours in Canada, although we
have grain on the spot." He explained
that his idea in opening the "Loaidon
otlice was to act as an intera3tedia.ry
between Winnipeg and the European
countries. Direct selling to the miller
was aiot contemplateia, lie saicl.
Mr. MacPherson saud the season's
crops for Alberta, Manitoba and. Saskatchewan controlled by tlie pool Avas
-110,000,00 bushels, but owing fS frosts j
the quality was''- somewhat inferior
"Wc do aiot want to screw the custom^
or, but our farmers'aro growing wheat
for business, not for pleasure," he
.' Mr. Smith, iai commenting otr tiae
jState of farming in Britain; said it
seemed to be in much the sauie condition as that in tho tTntted'States.
Wealth in both countries','lib said, -was**
in the cities,' and both countries were
ci-ying ~ f or:, State, aid for agriculture.
He fancied English farmers, should
meet together more and work in closer co-operation, as was done in Caai*
hofbbwed.-~WiuTrt-i:red--A..-��Iverson.-j.whi*6*ll ma&0 i% possible to handle the
shipyin any weather, employing only
the ship's crew and -a. ground stair of
two men. *
Mr. Graham "Wood, the designer and
inventor of the airship, which fulfils*
the early predictions of H. t>. Wells,
Qualified as, an air piiot in 1912. lie
was one of the first- 200 airmen to
qualify in this country. '���"���
The ZSIebttchadnezzars ai*e God's axes
with which he hews down fruitless
trees. They are responsible for their
iicts, but they are his instruments, aitd
It as his" hand that wields thona.���Alexander Maclareai.
"In a very real sense we cannot indict a whole nation. The truth is, w.*>
do not know how many in tliat coun-
trxyhave refused��to bow the knee to
'We niay win our vineyard, but all
the pleasure in it goes wheu conscience accosts us at the gate.���F. 13.
Meyer/ - *
��� "Let justice, unimpeded by avaa-ice
or-selfishness or cruelty, roil down as
He who shows nie the achievements
of a brother man, touches jn-y lips with
a live coal; from off -the- altar.���-Carlyie..
"With the cords of a. man Jesus is
drawing men; in the biiiids .pf love He
is binding tlie ywoa*Id: together." ;
Help us with the grace of courage,
that we be hone of us casfc down when
we ��^it lamenting amid. the. ruins of
our happiness or oua*..integrity; touch
us with the. fire of ..Thy altar, that we
may be up and doing to rebuild oui*
city.���-R. J? Stevenson. ,      ���*.-���'���
Take the task-He gives yota- g-ladly,
Jjet His work your^pleasui-e be V
���  Aiaswei* quickly, whe'n lie caliech,   f
���'Ilere am-I, send me, send me."?
; ���\T.>,.r.*(��'--'
.-'���-*...      - .'. ^
t|p, Christians, leave .your'caves and
do!^F. B. Meyer. . f.
".Some of the d.ull blind' pri ests-ca?'
that day were saying, 'Religion^ aneans
sacrifice, "and.'-burnt-offerings.' ���Then
Has New War Bevipe
Thls eharaningly youthful fa-ock-is a
now and decidedly nnuar^ style for tho
aaaiB.s or smail woaaaaaa. The two-piece
skirt Is attached. Io a scallopud! bodice,
and lace or contrasting material In
effectively used for the front Jnnot and
lower part of tlao gathered sleeves, and
n belt, fabtons at tho ^frout with a
buckle. No. 169a is in tsiKes 1G, 3S r.ud
20 yoarB. Size IS C36 bust) requires
2% yairtls Jlfl-lnch, or 2% yards Clinch nmtorluli and 1-3 ytard HO*Inch
contrasting. Price 20-'eonts the put-
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newest and most practical stylos, will
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A Profitable Wheat Crop
Phenomeaaal Yields Of Wheat Reported From All Parts Of Alberta
-Phenomenal yields .of    wheat    aaad
| other gi-aans are being reported from
all parts of Alberta. R. 11. Fraser, a
fanner at Munson. Alberta,- had a total yield of 12,120 bushels of wheat.
Ono iiold of 102 acres of -winter .wheat
produced 7,280 bushels of 70V& inish.-
ols to the acre, while a 120-acro ile)d
| of spring wheat yielded 4,840 bushels
or over -10 bushehi to tlib,acre, so tliat
his average for tho Lwo'Eotds %vafe.CG1/a'
bushels per aca*c. .    V
Tho province of Alberta-has ai whoat
crop thlH year of 178,519,000 busliols,
tho largest crop in its history, find am
increase of 05,800/100 bushels oyer'laat
yoaa*. ,      '
nese   Doctor    Experiments    With
Huwsui Hair As Explosive yy
.. Experiments w'itli A ne|p;4y'pe-6f" ex-":'-
plo^on-AvbfblivmayVreyolutionize- the
nature of^ warfiare Ismd the eSplosive
methods used in industi*y have developed  in  the  Tokyo  laboratory of I>r.
Hautaro ISakaoka,    pforniaient   Japanese authority on. physics.   The hiethou
is to pass a. direct Veurrent. o�� 40,000
volts1 and. 10,000   amperes   through   a
I human liaT^for, inetal wire.'Under sucli
"circumstances the hair    explodes    in-,'
stantaneously, :;;producJng, .10,000   ,de-
greesw-of heat,^accompanied  by a ve-* t
port'as it many* guns were; fired^ it is .
sai^t-: i>vP T^falcaoka? began 'yjllifs'; experi-
mejitation in. an, effort to solve mystery
ios relative -to the atomic activity, of
���'tlie^ibt stats: Ilutnan hair is said to be ?
lai-gely'���?������ cellulose, .the  same'^ma,terial
his prophet showed them tho folly of I ��*<*�� which most modern high explos-
alt those  eastward' signs  of .���devotion 1 ives are made.
aipart from the Jnward spirit."
, Many, people are almost crippled
with corns. But it is needless suffering which can be speedily ended with
Hollow-ay's Corn Remover.
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ho that, ho can fall  Into a iloop. and
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fi cups wliolb'mllk.        ' /
\-b cup roco.
' ��.>, cup sugar.     " '    "'    ' ',
1 teaspoon' salt.
V��. teaspoon atutaneg.
lA Cup '.raiahis.
Put all together In a blattered pu'i'.iii'
a  moderate  oven.  Stir  frcquontly  at
first,   aiad  theai  occasionally.   Tlako   2
hours. Should bo creamy, Bettor eokl
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1 cmart water,
2 cups sugar.
2 cupp chopped phi<-apple
1 cup orange julcb.
Vji cup le.naoai juice.
Boll water, sugar and plnoapp'lo 20
mlnntoH. Add  fruit julcon, cool, Klrnlra
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jjary,    KUher  f'*0Bh  or  eaunod   ]��lau>-
apiahj may bo used.
Mlnnrd's LlnK'nent for Grippe.
Exports of chocfjo froaai Canada for
the 12 months ondod Qctobor Jll, 3027,
LotaHod 137,818.500 pounds valued ��t
822,GG7,G01. Moot of thiaa checne found
a niarltot In tho tlrltloh Islo:i. Exporta
of Canadian butter during tho name
p(,iJ(i<l wv.'u ?>,ri2'!,'iofp ii4iUiid.H ^ aii<i4jd ui
. -Preservirig "Pusher" -Hasie
Earliest   One   Used   jay   Curtis. Only
Su.rviyoi* Of Its Type >
_ The old Curtiss "Pusher" plane,, iai
which Glenn Curtis matle some of his
earliest flights, will talco Its placo
among antiquities in the Smithsonian
Institute soon. The plane, its joints
loose and its frame rusty, has been
hauled out trom,. tho' Junk hoap at tho
Curtis-Aeroplane Contimny's factory,
and, mechanics,. torts getting it ready
"for its last rostitag place, It has beoaa
oarthbotmd' slnco 3025 when Bert
AcbBttt took  it up  for  an  oxUibitlou
iTiBiit';':, ��� '.���'������.;. -    '���������'-;
Tho-plano no far as la known, is tho
only survivor of Its typoj It was known
as" a pusher p.ane,because tho engine
was behind tlao pilot, anal tlio propeller
pushed tho piano, along sometimes nst
fast as fifty miles ran hour.
"Now I havo bought you that hoop,
i  aao|M.!  thai, you   '��*I.l  b2l fiMl'j.'.iy  iW-i'.i:
me!"-  Journal  AmuHitnt, Vtivhf
ti y^y?  XSB   EJBiyiBVTi   JDRESTON8   B. "���������k  .at?  //  To Continue Livestock Business  HakeYourOwn  4*>  a. fl  and Save nonsys  All vou need is  waste fats and  Full Direckons With Every Can  VOUR GROCER SELLS IT!  United   Grain   Growers, To   Continue  j       Operations In Western"Provinces  A j*'esolution. .definitely    instructing  the board of directors  of the United  Grain Growers, .Ltd., to maintain  the  , company's livestock- business    in    the  i western provinces    was   adopted    by  i delegates at the   annual   meeting    at  ��������� Winnipeg.  I The resolution was passed aEter a  five-hour discussion during which a  directors' a*eport was presented recommending the closing of the coiaipany's  Alberta business. Alberta delegates  vigorously opposed the report. The  adopted resolution reads: "Wo instruct the directors to continue the  operations of United Livestock Growlers' Ltd., oh tlie markets of St. Eoni-  | fsice, Man., Calgary and Edmonton, and  f*uts~Bu������rrss  m\ Jmm - Vicks������hea%ig;anti-  septic ingredients  bring sootliirtg relief.   Apply, gently.  Vapor o m  fi-V'Ep? 2, ryA^U-trC! N?JjA ^Sf-l^ED^EA'RtSr"  ! also at Moose Jaw \t they consider it  advisable to do so nt that point/'  The United Growers, Ltd., is the or-  j ganization through- which the    cattle*  j business of the U.G.G. is operated.  Vast Collection. Of  XJUM  ne  Have  it ja.������MA.m*l\i*a**s.������k  Of  I"       _       __       Tn������a������,s,Tr*% yr**"*i  BY NELLIE L. McCLUNG  COPYRIGHT, CANADA, 1925  CHAPTER XIII.���������Continued  To Heirni it was -all a miracle. The  Ugh thing," which? to iier wbs a definite  porsonality, a. real, living ������pirt, terrible' Iii its' workiKgsV;'hEul? gtvCu Jaclc'-to  lier. Straiglat and quick and sure it  had come and struck -him into her  arms. Maybe someti mes ,1 ightning did  kind things for people, it couldn't always be angry. Helmi felt the same  thriU of|?Vsome^lilngr woliderfiil and  vastj������rtyyet kJtiM^, fasjfhlch. |swept her  heart"fCthen sheVstppd up tpft sing with  liie girls at the p&acty in*tho church  iMseaneut She lmew that CJocl was,her  fi* tendrfCrp^had .'Spoken? ?^ain;f fa -?tbe  lightning. Ilelmi was deeply awed, but  uelia-iously happy. Th������, \ighjyning-, too,! *  v> as her friend.       >y3 yyy-y   f1.  P^S'P f  On the second morning" Jack Doran  wakened. Helmi was-beside hhn iai a  moment- -:s   --      -:-������ s " "'"������������������'  ._   V'TelL  me,   Kelmi," lie" said,   "what  * happear^ed"?, I .remember the tatorarai^ and  you coming: running and calling to me.  'The lightning ran..blue-* oyer. riiyysajvV  Then what?"   -  - A great shyness  seized ' TlBlrfafi, bait?  she told him as'well as she. could.  "I  am all right now,  Helmi, aim I  aaot?" he asked doubtfully.  She nodded*.  -After a long pause Jack seemedsud-  - denly to realize what she had done,  "i'ou're a" good Scout," "he said, "how  Vilid *you happen to come out through  spirator. called "Prcsimity." Any. girl.  any man���������put them together���������Whiff I"  Old Sim made a sound which sounded more like the blowing out of a  naatoh:-thanKm.aking.pf.:-;pne. :,-y--:  CHAPTER XIV.  ypthe storm?" '.'���������' ;; ;  %   She told hian jYlt about Peter Saari  ���������land her fears for hian. "I know, how  |you felt," she said,"about wanting to  ���������work, even if itwas Suiiday. ltls gciod  :-to build a house any day, but T was I  ffarraid God might not understand and I draping and never satisfied.   From the  Ibo mad at you, and so I ran out to get! ,',f~u~ *"rtW "w������������������������ ���������'������* ������v������r*  you."  As the summer   advanced   througli  the hot  days  of  July, redolent  with  sweet grass and wild roses, to the liar-  yestyhazeypf August,  throughy which:  the sun sftpne 'with ya. gulden glow of  amber soffness^the ;lliowers"?b(>gan to  show ajbdlder cPlor^The tltnidVblues,  lavender and pinks of the small blossoms, of. early summer, were; replaced  by the showy ptirples, <ieep blues aau  gold of the larger flowers. Plumy gbl-  deasrpd}gpfjgepus   gailardia   in   gold  and brown; "asters in purple and cix-  blood; wild7 sage in heavy purple, aai  cdoroais;1 fringed,   gentian   as    deeply  blue as a mountain lake in a thunderstorm;;   and..]farther  up  the  saucei-fs  edge, "the flaming- firevfeed; -most -brilliant, riotous and wanton of them allif I  The anbuhtaihs grew more woader-  ful and alluring tp Helmi every da|;  for their beauty changed    with    tlie  hour.; The hard blue sky behind them  in the...earJ^r,.morning made their jagged 'tops stand ?ou������.    sharp    like    the  bladefpf a knife, with a cruel, cutting  brilliance that made her afraid to look  at them;, at noon, when the sun stood  above them   and    -wandering    clouds  trailed gray shadows oyer their slopes,  they seemed to be more friendly and  j serene; but best ot all she liked them  when  they  twisted   gray  and   violet  mi^ts around their heads, like dainty  i ladies beforeVa   glass,   twisting   and  Helmi's days glided by on butterfly  | wings. She was -so happy, it did not  seem that winter,ever could come, or  any other -unpleasant experience. She \  had grown' more and more proficient  in her avork   at    the    boarding-house,  until  now  Mrs.  McMann  left  almost  everything to' her.   This had its drawbacks, too, for Mrs. McMann loved the  centre of the stage. She loved to feel  the world could not go on. without her;  and to helve** to admit  that a- young  Finnssh *Tirl   ortlv eighteen, vpjri* old  now,  could come  into  her  establishment and in-six months bo mistress  of every detail, was not an easy thing  to do.    She explained to* the boarders  how carefully she  had taught .Heimf  all she kijiew, and often sounded the  pessimistic note, "and I suppose now,  when;I've spent hours^and hours' on  her, she'll step .off and get married."'  "Watch Jack Doran, then," said one  of the men, a.t,ywhibh Bill Larsen's  -face -darkened^ Vy.    ; -,.-  "Oh, Jack Doran," said Sirs. McMann scornfully> "Jack D'oraax'-i will  loo'k a little; higher than a foreign girl>  and a waitress .at that. ?His people are  parominent citizens In the East, and  although Jack. ..is... a wild young chap  and likes his fun, he wouldn't?go to  the length - of marrying so? far out of  his station. I know Jack pretty *we11,  and I'm not afraid.  Been   Placed   Within   Tomb  Unknowa-r-Soldier  . The tomb of,.the - Unknown .Warrior  m Westminster Abbey was opened recently. The .fact, which has: become  inown to many persons has occasioned considerable surprise -and some  anxiety.  Exactly why the tomb was opened  can now be explained.  ��������� This important step was taken hy  .tlae Abbey authorities to' enable them  to place inside the tomb the vast collection of ^ tokens of ^ remembrance,  gosne of them of Test intrinsic value,  placed upon it by the'relatives of the  fallen., ���������  !    _ y"  , It was not until some time had  elapse*!- after the forrnai consecration  of the totob that the problem of dealing with those  spontaneous gifts  be-  1 Every day the officials saw tlio pile]  6f  gold  and  silver trinkets,   medals,  Crucifixes, rings and    other    articles,  growing larger.and larger. P~  S For a time, the tokens were-  .. -. ^  becamey obvious ythat    ayy-pearmaneut  For Mild ."Winter-Climate. Good Aecoaxa--  zrLodatlo'n' -To   Suit  All   Pockets.   The';  Faraaers'. Holiday Playground.  Write i    r ~  Victoria and Island Publicity Bureau;  *   xO-jso^ss 1= Warren,. Commissioner)   "  "fJ O. Sox 808^ Victoria, B. C.  litik Helps For This Week  with the  Dsap'*?  Vovo-qt.   K-iit?" at   criK**  a.-  ;!aome   would   have . to fbe 'found ���������__. for  them. .,  | Accordingly, it was, decided to place  thero^iti'tiife'Hombr^with the reriiaihs'  of the Unknown, in jvhose honor .they  had beenidepbsitedV ; ��������� P+S-y yff'?:?-,J'  ?f The actual- task of oxsening the tonsfc  was Conducted? - -with the --utmost  secrecy. In the presence of a few res-  pornsible pftictals a small cavity was  made, into which the pathetic collection of relics "was gently and lovingly  piaced.-  "Bfessed. are they*, wlilch^ do-hunger  and thirst after' righteousness; for,  they shall be ailed."���������Maith&w-v. 6.   -  Thes body is not much. 'T were best  Take up the sou1, and leave the vest,!*  It seems to sue the man v,rh& leases *?  The.sp.ul to perish is as occ - *-' 1  Who gathers up the empty sheaves ^  When, all the goldeni grain is done.     *]  ���������^Joaquin Miller.   "^  - -       ,. . ���������&_   - -*  Tho'inore'the-soial withdraws, so tOj  spe^^^omtftthe. bodyj and retires witli|  in itself, the aioro it rises above itself jf,  and -the5 closer it- clea.ves to God, thejf  yrnorfe the iifei\|t lives, on this earth re^  sembles  that'which it  will eujoy in|  feheaveu, and the larger foretaste it has  [oithPr first fruits of that blessed haiv  vest. fAspire, therefore,    to/    holiness,*'  without which Vno man shall sec" the  Lord.~-Archfeishop  Lelghton.  Weil, you know," said the man who Predictst^apili-^rowth Of Canada  had spoken first,' "he wouldn't go so    Population - Of   23,000,000   Peopie   By  1950, Believes'Premier Gardiner  ^?is������^^;-vvi^r-Sask*a*teh������swan^^^  "You're a good Fla������n-girl," Jatck said  drowsily.. "Will you let mo got , up  'aiow?"- '-;  ; Helmi's eyes wero vory'dareamy and  .tender whon the rau 'downstairs and  sont ono of thojnen upstairs to help  .Tack, to get drosCed., The Mother men 3n  the buukhouso diascussed tlio matter  after'sho'had gone,-old Sim, tho night  watchman, loading,  "I wouldn't wonder��������� if Keluil.-for all  '.her haughty ways, would fall In lovo  with young Jack. A woman lovos to  tako  carp, of n man, and,  after nil,  moat matches are made by aai old con-  aau  Colds Cost Money  It ia titimfttrilllto! *  uttfitreijvomcotd* h.������������*  Ihrtn rltrf' Um������ from*  tfor/c in a year,  FORTIFY  YOURSELF  AGAINST  I COLDS,  j GRIPPE  Ton* up  l/c<lr hoda  Mth  r>R. PIERCERS  GOLDEN MEDICAL  .DISCOVERY   '  All Devlorir.  I.u|nl<l tot T#biot������.  lmm,  w.  T7.      IT 1-1  kitchen window she could watch every  change iu tho two groat peaks, and  when hor work wa^ done she often sat  there wrapt in pleasant thoughts that  could not?be expressed ovon4iu her  own language. The? thunder-storms  that raged upoai the inountains, when  black clouds spit out fire autl thunder  shook the valley, were, her delight;  und seemed to sweep her soul with  tloop emotion.  One doy Mrs. McMann found Ilelmi  crying aia she .watched tho raging  skies, aiatl scolded her for being Bitch  a coward.  One <iaty,iyirs. McMann found Holml  in Fi'tthlBlC shaking ,otf a hand -which  Mrs. McMftWfw had really Intended, to  be kindly; "I havo a good tlrao���������I cry  happy cry���������BHxt Is my friend���������he  knows mot"        ,  Mrs. McMann deckled that thoro ia  a queer Btreak lit all'foreigners, iao  matter how nearly like humor. lwlnf?>  they may appear. "Gry aill you. want  to*, Helmi," Hho said, /"but that's no  way l'or yoti to speak back to mo."  Holml apologized.  Tho hai-vest dnys brought oai tho  broo?.o the saavoll of ripening grain  from tlio plains, and annny a miner  had a smldon vh;3on ot tho s.lnti oh*^  llfo back Katit, and sworo iignln hn  would yow-baok to' it as soon aa ho  could. "Thia Ifm't llvln* at all���������llicvo'tt.  no Heedtltno or harvest horo���������nothiti*"  but plclcln' black coal out of ii hnnkr  pUJn' It in n car, and thoai tvhoii  Unit ono l������t full gotthi' at another oaata  ���������all Iaa a blade holo���������aud tho turn  Hjiluiu* nnd blnUi slaagla'' back home.  'Qnd! I mire ana fed up!"  far wrong ii lie married Helmi. If you  ask me, she's as good as he is."  .*' This coaTrersation took place on a-  Sunday���������;af ternoon in .^September, Jack  and Helmi had gone for a drive to" th^e  English. River, where, beside the falls,  they had cooked their bacon oa.a.fire  of sticks^ It was a cLreamy, .day in .the  luxuriant Autumn,  when   the   foliage  was beginning to show like go^d brocade against the darker green of the  mountains.  Hehiii hadV br<>ught her English  reader, and pait it in; his hand as soon  as i the }��������� meal.-..;-. was over. :. "Reaii * ���������;. it,  Jack," she saidi "this Is the place." y  '     ' "By Nebo's ;ItfBiely naountalh,       V  OnHhis side Jordan "i wave.  In a vale in the land of jvioab  There lies a-lonely grave." ,  ���������Tacit read the poem through. "Do  you understand it?" he asked.  Helmi shook her heack "Not all ���������-  some���������but I love it.- One does not have  tpfunderstand. It gives me such a happiness, here/ 'touching her heart,  "that I want to cry. I know it is about  a good man. He dted^���������God burled 10m  QUietV'Maybe it was ovea; in that mountain���������that would be g^od place. Read  It againp Jack, please; I will watch  close Maybe I will1 see angels going  Into that cave!"  Jack laughed.- "Helmi, you're a  eiueer stick." lib eaid. But'' ho too,  found himself lifting his eyes to 'tlae  sunlit mountain, i'or never before to  him had tho solemn and moviflg measures throbbed with such majpsty nnd  powerj and.-whour.lt was done, and  Helmi's e3;<-B, shining with a hidden  fire, looked into his, it Reemed to him  tluit the soundless feet ot angels wore  passng by,  Helmi sat with her baick against j*  tree, hor shining hair catching iho  sunshine'Ulco the golden trees around  hor. Hor eyes wero fixed on tho, distant hills in doop adoration. To Jack  sho' seemed like some beautiful spirit  of Lite wood. '...-  (To I3o Continued.)    *  niiiivp   ?f*nn   nantr  ill APE.  HEH  &&&I  PLUMP AND WEL1  A prediction    that    Cauada   would  have a^poimla^  by ,l?5.p and, 1J^  pbmlnioai does "not Svaht parasites Ibe-  cause "ifi there -is^any country iai-the  world whprpf mpn ^caainot tivcgwitKoiit;  ���������fcorking It is Gaiiaaa.," feature'd anVad-  dress deUvere^ ^y VPremier Janip^f CK  ������3rardiner of Saskatchewan at a Canadian Club'banquet^ held  in iifandpn"  ^ecently.ff?.....i.,;.. ..:,-, V;,-.v.. .';.-���������..?,.^,f' ,y,..f-...,....'  f. Mr?"Gardiner ''��������� graphici^^'fc^tJiih^d  ythe fttture development iof TC&dada;  and stressed the urgent necessity of  increasing the country's population.  He stated, that a great m.anyj of the  ainpn who had made a success of farming in Saskatchewan had coma to Can-;  ^da early in life without farming ex-*  perience.  Nothing   makes    a    motiser    snors^  grateful than a benefit" conferred upr  on her    child.    Mothers    everywherO.  who  have used  Baby's  Own  Tablets*  for their children speak in enthusiastic terms of them. For instance, Mrs;:  Zepherin X-avoic, Three Rivers, Que.|'.  writes ?-^"4Baby's Own- Tablets   are   a  wonderful medicine    for   little   ones.  They?never fail to regulate the baby's  stomach  and bowels, and: make-him  plum^-ands-^elL-- 5 always. k*ep s Aox-  of the Tablets in the house and would*  adyise all mothers -to   do - likewise.";  .Mpsty'of   the   ordinary ** ailments   of-  cMialtiood arise  in. the  stomr.ch -and.'  bowels, and can be quickly banished  by Baby's Own Tablets.     These Tablets relieve constipation  and indlgesr'  "tion, break up colds and simple fevers^  expel worms, allay teething pains and!  promote^!ieal'tJiful   sleep.     They   are]  guaranteed*-: to, be free from SnjiErious?  drugs and are safe even for the young-'  ?^st?5 and ? mbst  delicate   child.       The|  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers--  or by mail at 25c. a box from The Dr,"  WilUanis' Medicine    Co.,    Erockvilhs;.  :Ollt^--'?- ������������������ V P-  Sounds Note Of Warning  Dangerous Doctrines Appearing In the  f   West-, Says University Professor  ':[ A note of warning ��������� that ; Western  Canada was coming under the s-\vay of  an intellectual nristorcracy in the  same way that Russia had, been <m>  thralled by a political and social aristocracy was voiced by -Dr.yv.W.yM.  ^wanson, pi*ofessor of economics at  tho University of Saskatchewan, ad*  dressing tho Saskatoon Eclectic Club.  ���������'There are: dangerous dootiinoB appearing in the West," lie said. "A new  tyranny Is"springing up. Our political  staid social life is In danger of being  directed by an Intellectual aristocracy  which seeks to ^hapo our polltlca and  direct'our affairs. SuctT an arlstocrsicy  It was, that ruined Imperial Russia���������  an aristocracy that flourished on the  poverty and suffering of tho common  people."  If V&dam were living he would bp���������  5931 years old, according to computai*  tibils of the late John I*. Brady of Bal--  tlmore, who found tho first man was-  borii" in the.Garden'of Eden en Octo-������  ber 28, 4,004 B.C. -f  Ait    excellent    protection    affarlnst.  worms can be got In  Miller's Wenu'  Powders. Thoy   render   tho   stomach'-  and intestines    untenabld    to    them.  They?? heal- tlie surface that havo become inflamed by the attacks of tho-'  psirasltes aud serve    to    restore    tlao?  strength of the  child  that has  been*  undermined by tho draughts that tho-.-  worms    have'   made    upon    It,    and.  their operation  is   altogether health*  giviEig.  Now and thon ne^B comoH'o'f a'cou-H  pie of tho most experienced canoeists  getting drowned. It goes to show that  eternal vtgllanco Is the prlco of safety  when using the canoe.  Artificial flowers made of feathers  aro becoming popular In England.  A Good Definition  Tho geography lesson was almost  ovor, and thp teacher decided it wris  about timo she askod ai fow questions.  "What arc the leaders oC different  tted Italian tribps callocl?" wna her  first auory>  "Chiefs/" aiisiworod a amall boy.  '"Correct," sin lied tho teacher. "Now,  can anybody tell ino what tho wives  of these men are called?"  For a minute ot* two there was complete filloncc. Every pupil In tho class  was thinking hard. Finally, Uio ������auu>  imialE boy stepped luto the breach.  "iUtari Citloti-i,"  ho cried proudly.  Minard's Liniment for Neuralgia.  "If caught by traffic In tlao middle  of the l'oad, tho best thing to do !s  to satand still," says an export. And if  time permit.* scribble a farewell message on tho bade ot a visiting card.  raarrHrraritaaH-MtWaa-r-air^^  CONSTIPATION DCAFNCS* |  ARTHRITIS    , KIDNEV DISCASCS  and Many Oalur Chr������nlo Ols������a*i������  Mnva ftnor* Km* ftmturmt *M*tlM������������t������  Curoil      Lnnoul������rM.D.������lnAa<������n^������noa  TILDEN MCAt-TH SCHOOL  3221   W. rMRVICW ri u.  U������(������KI������.COU0.  or, AMhur V������a.A.a.;avi.l>.,f>raa,  Wdla-for FREE UMrelur*  TJ!  MUSICAL INCREMENT'S  Fifty now Wcsloyan chapels havo  boon opened In London lu tlao past  year,  A rainfall of ono Inch meand 27,1 i:i  giallonw of water por aero. Thht is  ��������� 'dulviiloiit to 22C512 poundia.  Keep IMiivard'tt Liniment in th������ bow&e,  LTHAPHONI0       Gtl/VMOPHONE.  23 i*c-3cctIon.s, $1C5.0O tor -7^.00  Ounrn-nteod.      I'olBHon,    340   -Mount-  Itoyal Emit, Montreal.  *>>***������<aWha*dBMtA>lM*aM������W������*^^  THi NEW (PRKNOH IIEMEDYJ  THEKAPBOW aNO. 1  ..a....SPiKmW%JJJB.MT BUItrm -V-\w������izs  60111111 > ..lail In fK-ri.noxa.oriKot.r c( ���������r.ii.i mch������<h.������'������  w.,r.������ci.**iwM������iM:������ * -"���������  EMili it.ia. a������i������t. ^__.��������� ...      ..    ,  6T 4.0*44  It MUSI  t-A-JV, *iU4L0l>t'l-a. V������-!- ���������t*������i*t  Mill |(,1Q. (*I������M   pti-Vutt   lvr mn.JfOK trnm n&t*rt^*mid> trnttf*,  .ZfM'*\a.i t*--,.^ ..���������ii^iJL.W.iu^f^^--4.x-^..fa4~w|^..av-Laii^iflt*^^ -Z.*i)G,  aissBayiK'iiK'*w������^  i-:l  THI*  CRESTON   REVIEW  1  .We have the Assortment  fe have t  uality  School    closes    for    the    Christmas ���������  vacation    next*   Thursday,   and     will  resume on January 3rd.  saddle  Waited���������Two  innl**.-   fop  i^fcr������*r^v  '    -#*-aW /\        ft-*.*** j"*jc������  This is particular!j true of:ouf Christmas  Groceries, of which there is no finer stock  in the district, and just & few lines of  which we enumerate below��������� ~v  g/%,11.1������.  ,1  CorrantSs    Candied    r'eeis  Biscuits, Cakes, Dates, Figs, Nuts  f  1   ^  a *  B.    T*  ������ov the past wefea we have been  _ v  Astn   \3t7rf%r*������li������*n  uui       r* vu.ivu  somes;  one  Sv������t  "iri.     State "'rice.  Mars. Geo. ^urieli; Creston.  , Mrs. J.- Armstrong of Nelson ai-a ived  at the first of the week on a visit with  her son. Chas, Aruititoong.  Mr. and Mrs..'Que. Anderson are  tiers .rona *a,g,u���������rt������i* to t-ptruu \.'iii*ii*tiikus  with Ma. oaadMa*. Wicks&rom.  A. E2. Davis und daughter, Gladys,  H.re Cresto** visitors at ps*s?ssRt, jsusbIs  of his son, Albert (Buck) Davie*.  Get your Charistsnas caat flowers and  pot platnta locally.. Gook'e Greenhouse  can supply, your every need' ia this  line.  The Cf>nj**m*isn*.ty Players have postponed th** presentation of 4*Hoarai6  Acres" until Wndaaesday. January  lUh.  Pramd  MB^B       msmmmmmm  Eri-Sat Mm 1fi>  B B If   W-U-1E}  &9-49W.   110  Goods and we now offer you a stock to select from  that is complete in all the-'-'wanted" lines.    See our  Underwear,  Sweaters, Mufflers.   Gloves  Seeks- Shirts- Blankets. Sx.  This is a brand new stock throughout and of the same  dependable quality as all our other lines.  X1 %*������*   kOjX������-(JO.-  Plum  I  I pound Five Roses fionr  ~- 1 pound suet  1 pound raisins  1 pound currants  -J pound bread crumbs  SI cup brown sugar  m 1 cup molasses  I i cup milk  I 5 eggs  g  1 teaspoon soda  ~~   $ teaspoon salt  "J teaspoon spaces  % pound citron  *ifc pound orange peel  Steam 5 hours  Serve hot with sauee.  Novelties. BossChocolates  CREAM JUG FREE  ���������with every 2|-lb. paekake of  Braid's Ideal Tea,  A few tons bitted alfalfa  hayv a lattle.^toleached in rucing, but  ghud feed, $2U ion. Jo ran Gavnelu.  ���������Ihestoe.,  For spring planting: No. I Naareery  stock. Including  Black Out rants, arid  3 year old   Asparagus. J.   H.  Oarr,  Creston.  CRESTONVALLEY I  JT%,  GPERAT1V  ASSOCIATION  GRESTOS T*e Stores EBICKS8H  mi  till  In any of these lines we are prepared to take eare  of your every requirement promptly and at prices that  will satisfy.    We are handling  Maple Leaf and Robin Hood  MP   ny.m\A H.9  Timothy, Alfalfa, Prairie Hay  Bran, Shorts, Barley Chop, Crushed Oats, Chopped  ���������������  Oats, Wheat, Etc., always on hand.  GALT���������the best mined  .    lYICw't'CCiA in  Xmas Presents  Call in  and  look over my  stock of Xmas. Presents.  I have * a nice line of  Presents for  Ladies, Girls,  Boys, Men  and Caildren  See my lines of  mm.  Toys  Boxed Chocolates  Candies  CHRISTMAS CARDS  from 2 for 5c.  to 25e. each.  tUb      SS* 4tttt.       mtS m* tmm* ***.*���������    MM ^V*MI     *4*lmm*    ffclfc    StS  XT     MM A ������������TCS#laTVT  Local and Personal  Dry Tumarac wood lor snle. H. V.  Lewis, Oreston.  Horse sweat puds af. 65 c������>nts und up  at Alex. Mirabelli s,  BIrth���������December 9th, to Mr. and  Mrs. John Kantla, a son.  Jim Oh or ring ton, jr., in a Noleon  vinitor this week, leaving on Tuesday,  Cow Foil Sale���������Jersey-Shotthnm,  Jaast .freshened, $76 with calf. Goo.  Davie, Canyon.  Fob Sai.15���������-Ten purebred Barred  Uoek pailletH, over Btocked, $8. W. 11  Hilton, OrOBtoai.  Mr. nnd Mra. Alt. Pnlmer spent a  few days wath Nelson friends at the  end of the week,  Wanticd���������For   n   friend,   flve-aote  fraaib raiao^a nd OLcaotoo or Eriokuon.  O. P. Hollm, Ot'oaton.  Dire. H, MoLnron waa a visitor with  Cranbrook fa-iond-a a few daya the  early part of the we������k.  Wantmi*���������Pairebrc'tl  reniaitered Jor-  H.-y aaow. not ovt'v H(>w<in y^arn. Muni  im bi'ed t<������ full blood w^uler-ed >luisey  baall, tand U������ cnlvii within two nionLhs.  M. Vawlofbw-ff, Box M. I'ornlo, B.O.  Manager Fred Wnylett had the  akating rank open oaa Sutm-daay night.  which is at least a week earlier than a  year ago.  Fob Sai.e���������-Piano case sev^n-oetave  Bst������y oi-ft-an. Will K*ave purchaser.  three months*.free tuition. T. Goodwin, Oreston.  Miss Albesijs Schade has issst retssrsi-  ed from a few* -weeks* visit with her  aistt-r. Mrs. Clark Mooare, at ~Sand-  posot, Idaho. "  Christ Church Oonaisaittee "feave the  December whist and bridge drive in  the- Parish Hall this evening, with  cards at 8 o'clock.  Father Michel, of Vancoaiver has  be������n named to saicceed Father Liepine  as laiassionary to the Indians at Ctes-  toai and Cranbrook.  Wanted���������Will buy 400 used feed  sacks, must be-^ clean and ho holes*.  John QarSeld, S^pt^Tasy Co-Os-M^ra-i-ivi*  ^as-ehousev Orstiti'sss.  ���������^Everyday education of the Public  Schools" is Key, S. Newby seracuon  topic for Sunday inorninf*?, December  ! 18th, nt Christ Chureh. ,   -  Close to 800 of the -$2 50 shooting*  licenses were taken out at Oa'es*tpn^  this season. To *i&te eighteen tr*ap-  pei-s'licenses have been issued.  For the Christmas season Creston  Bakery will have icecream bricks and  will guarantee delivery oai orders placed up to Friday, Deajember 23rd.  The W.M.8. of the Presbyteriaa*  Church have the annual meeting: on  Tuesday, December 20th, at3 p.m.. at  the home of Mrs. H. S. McCreath. ,  Local members of the -B.O.'F.<jj'.'ii..  should remember the aannual nieeting  which will be held Monday, January  7th. in Trinity Church basement, at  3 o^clock.   .  .Up to the middle of the month local  dealers have delivered well over 250  tons of coal since early September,  and there is still' somewhat! of a  short-age.  At its December meeting Creston  boa^d, of trade decided to have the  aa.naii.al ineetiaig*; in January follow the  usual banquet which will be staged  January 10th.  Capt.- Oatts, forestry officer, got  back on Saturday froaai the Canadian  aide of the Kluckman country, where  he had been on a timber cruise for  about five days. '  Charlie Moore, jr., aarrived on Saturday from Victoria, where he haa been  employed the past four months, and  will be spending; tho winter ait hiB  home in Creston".  For Salts���������Jersey-Ayrshire, very  Rentle. walking, $40. Jersey, 8 years,  milking, due to freshen Fobruiarv, $80.  A sacrifice due to shortage of hay.  It. Sinclair Smith. Croaton.  .JjOst��������� Betwoftn   Kodpters* mill   aind.  Sherwood's corner, on Docembei* 14th,  poukoU WHllet ooaataiaiiiiK raaoucky aand  cheque   book.    Howard   to party   returning to Geo. M-urtfal), Croaton.  Tho a-uRnlar fortnightly meeting of,  Kootenay Star L.O.B.A. was held in  the loclgoroom on' Tuesday evening.  Thta was she annual sesBion at which  the follow ing officers-woae elected for  the ensuing year:  P.M.���������Mrs. W, M. Crawford.  W.M*~~Mrs. M. Taylor.  D.M.���������Mrs. M. Young.  Chup,���������Mrs. J. Sherwood.  Koc. Becy.~-MfM. Burnett,  Win. 8eoy,���������Mrs. Doiwooh.  TroaD.���������-Mri.' J. P. Johnston.  D.0.���������Mrs. John Spratt.  1st. Loc���������Mrs. M. HoftH.  Tho   ^second    lecturer,   inner    Q-ama-ti  nnd  oonamttt^o will bo ^looted at tho  a^ostt .'O^iilur meeting.  For the Christmas trade we have now in  stock a full supply  of FIRST-CLASS  Turkeys,   Geese,   Ducks9   Chl-cken  FRESH OYStERS  i  im?17S3-  P!  V iijE-a.1  SEad  &A������  Delicious  Cooked Meats  Bologsa, Roast Fork  Stammer Sausage  Head Cheese.    Boiled Ham  Blood Pudding  Sausage Rolls,   Pork Pies  Chopped Suet, Mince Meat  . ���������    ���������-'..'.'' ��������� -c  AIX VARIETIES  FRESH 'and CLJRJE.0 FISH  Place your orders early.  ���������     i  &C0 -Ltd  Christmas  Toys  MJOilS  Sporting  Ivory  Fancy  China  Leather  Goods  kTwa w������9MwsseS  Novelties  Kodaks,     Orthophonies,     Chocolates,     Smokes  ��������� Fountain Pens, Christmas Cards  Tinsel, Oord and Paper.        Sea,ls and Tags,  Decorations.     Candles.     <&c.  i  ncdiuni UiiUli m ullUll oIOnH  ciiraio. ii* xuanXiY  tttmisiamimkSiMitMamuiimsSma*  ir-^HirJIiMllrtHMMrl-al^^  *jlllltta*m*t**%m***\**l*i  ftflafli|]|MH||^^


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