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Array Vol. XI!  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ll, 1920  ���������gS-tlBS*  ���������*.  IV  , s,  C. H. Phillips was a Cranbrook visitor the latter part of the week, attending a memorial set-vice in connection  with the observation of Armistic Day.  Jos. W. Bell is a visitor at Nelson  this week. Col, Lister is still at the  north end of the riding, and reports  reaching here are to the effect that he  is meeting with encouraging receptions at all points.  An amateur burglar is operating in  the camp, but from all accounts is not  getting s-ic  residences  visited.  Aa  ii on the job.    A c  haye   been   unsuccessfully  R. Webb^ Executive���������Mrs. Jess Fil-  mer, Mrs. John Bird, Mrs. W. Mitchell.  The ladies have had quite a successful  year of it, and great headway has  beed made in paying off the debt on  the piano.  The latest of the list of raffles is  that of a driving horse on which  tickets can be had at $1 apiece, the  funds realized are to go toward the  piano debt.  District Health  ~     Nurse at Work  Friends of .Roy Burness are living  high just at present, due to the fact  that he shot a couple of deer while out  hunting on Saturday���������one of which  went 130 pounds dressed. Bert Yer  bury is the only other resident to  hav-? secured ysnison previously.  Clarence Embree is busy on the  erection of a 'new house on the per-  ' tnanent lotation of ��������� W. Hurl. The  Hurl shack was transported to the  owner's new location via the caterpillar engine process.  At the meeting of the Literary. Debating and Dramatic Society on Wednesday night last President Barry  Brown tendered his resignation as  head of the organization in fayor of  Principgl Lewis, who has consented to  take full charge for the coming three  months.  ;^Fhe annual meeting of the Ladies'  'Auxiliary of the G.W.V.A. was held  on Saturday afternoon, when the following officers were elected for the ensuing term: President, Mrs. V. L.  Liddicoatt; Vice-President, Mra. F. A.  Butler;   Secretary-treasurer,  Mrs. A.  Mr. and Mrs, Joy who have been  visitors at the coast, returned home  the latter part of the week.  D. and E. S. Butterfield -arrived  back -nnexpectedly from the .prairie* on  Thursday last. There is already five  or six inches of snow in Alberta, and  still coming.  Mrs. Cockle was  hostess at  card  party and dance at the boarding house  on Saturday night, and all present  report a most enjoyable time.  Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Brooke left on  Friday on a v;sit to friends at Balfour  and Nelson,  Pat Dow was a "flving" visitor this  week. He passed ihrough on the  eastbound freight.  The newly-wed section of Wynndel  is being provided, by the government,  with a road, to facilitate their jour-  neyings up and  down   the mountain  Qlllo.  J. McGee of Lifter is due here on  Saturday night for a United Farmers  meeting at the school at 8:30. when he  will speak on behalf of the candidature of Col. Lister. Conservative candidate in the pending provincial election.  BEasm  Scarcely Credible  To be able to gel a Ladies' 14-kf. gold Wrist Watch on a  neat silk ribbon with a gold fastener, ana to know that in its  timekeeping it is the equal of man}) Watches four times its cost,  is to feel that $45 is very easy money.  Yet it is true���������our No. 83008/ is a marvel of watchmaking in the precision, adjustment,   appearance and dura-  --to*.  And it is "Guaranteed, of Course."  Goldsmiths  Silversmiths  Diamond  Merchants  VANCOUVER,  B.C.  Miss   McCluhan   of Edmonton  has  taken  up the work  of district nurse  for Creston  Valley.    Miss McCluhan  is a  post graduate  nurse with  three  years   experience in district nursing  and "is a regeste.red nurse in Albtrta  and B.C.   That, the district needs a  nurse goes without argument;  in fact  some people would go to the extent of  saying that fcirj,a district the size of  ours to be without competent nurses  amounts almost to   criminal   neglig-"  ence.    Miss   McCluhan   is capable of  making the work a success and'for the  time   being  wilt be supported largely  by  Bed  Cross and   Government aid*  This   aid will   be   forthcoming   only  during the time ,that  the work is in  the experimental stage, and it is just  as well for everyone to understand at  the outset that if Creston is lo haye a  permanent   nurse   lhe   district   itself  will   have  to   furnish   the   necessary  funds.    This  we  are quite capable of  doing and it seems quite certain that  aftfei Miss McCTuhan has been here for  a few   months the work will seem so  essential  that everyone will be eager  to  have  it continued   aud   willing  to  shoulder   the   financial   end    of   the  burden.  Until permanent quarters are secured Miss McCluhan will be at the home  of Mrs.- S, A. Speers and may be called  by messanger or- telephone at any  time. It- is desirable that all cases of  ulness requiring io*������ nurse's attention  should be reported aud such a report  may be sent in by anyone who has  knowledge of the case requiring attention.        -  For the present-transportation will  have to be arranged for out of town  calls but. in the very near future a car  w.ill,be furjiished--tw*-t-hj������ .nurse's-use,  making it nossifele for her to.attend  country cases promptly. Hours are  from 8.30 to 5; night calls will be responded to after 6 but only for con-  finment and emergency leases, and an  additional charge will be made for  night calls; calls will necessarily be  limited in time from twenty minutes  to one hour, according to the urgency  of the case, but where necassary more  than one will be made each day.  In a district like Creston, there is no  need for charity nursing, and a cha.ige  will be. made for all calls. This charge  will not be a fixed one -nnd in no case  will it exceed the ability of the home  to make the paynirnt. A maximum fee  of $1.00 has been set; children will  have free attention.  All fees paid to the nurse will be  turned in to the local Health Committee and these fees, together with  the voluntary contributions of the  district, will go towards paying the  nurse's salary and any x drugs, dressings, etc,, which  she  has to procure  .tion is not paying expenses the big  corporation loses no time in closing it  until such time as they are compelled  to reopen. Up till a month ago things  were going swimmingly but only last  week one of the officials were here  checking up things and it is safe to  say that if the volume of trade is not  increased it will not be. many weeks  till there will be no agent at Erickson.  Everyone appreciates the convenience  of having the station open, and certainly no agent could be more accommodating than Mr. Bundy. If all  who find Erickson sheir most convenient shipping centre will do every bit  of C.P.R. business they have there  there will he no occasion to worry;  unless they do turn all their l-ai'lway  trade Erickson way be warned in time  that the agent will be transferred to  some other point. All together now,  Erickson boosters. Shipper.  Tin and Enamelware  In Tin ami Ena-molware we luive, most everything required for good-housekeeping.  Rice Boilers, Sauce Pans, Tin Pails  Tea Kettles, Large Conyex Kettles  Imperial Sink One-loaf Bread Tins  Flour Sif ters,Rochester Wash Boilers  Galvanized Pails and Tubs  These goods were bought right, and we pass them  on to von '"Z of\\v.\]\y ndv������>nt:\geoii**-* prieos-.  rdware & Furniture Supply  YD Company Manager  -EHGk&vtui  Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Klingensmith,  who haye heen making tneir home at  Biairmore, Alta. for the past six  months, got back on Thursday for the  winter.  ' Mr. Schonnert of Kitchener was  through here on Saturday on an apple  purchasing trip. He seems favorably,  impressed with Erickson as it was  only a few weeks since he made the  local rounds buying cattle.  Milt Beam is the first of the hunters  to land a. deer this season. He ���������n,*ot  quite a nice sample of venison in the  Kitchener country on Friday.  Intentionally or otherwise a dog-  poisoner is at work in this section,  and already a couple of Jikely canines  have disappeared..; If no scraps are  left Iving around to attract hungry  dogs  no one need*-worry abont _*t*gs  Canyon Giiy  Matt. Clayton put a considerable  dint in the high cost of living on  Saturday when he had the good fortune to bring down a fine buck deer  which dressed 200 pounds. This is  about the finest sample of deer meat  taken in this section for years.  John Wood, w-ho has been in charge  of the Deschamps mill at Birch bank  for the past six months, got home the  latter part of the week for the winter.  The school trustees are nofc anticipating a winter out of the ordinary.  Their call for tenders for wood is only  for ten cords.  The United Farmers have decided  to develop the trading side of the organization, and are this week placing  an order for a carload of hay.  A^el Bergren, who has been "wonting at Biairmore all season, got back  last week, accompanied by his family.  Since leaying Axel has purchased a  Ford car, which he bronght with him.  They are occupying the Gilbert house  at present.  The United Farmers had their November meeting on Monday night and  at which it was decided to change the  night of meeting for the next few  months to the first and third Fridays.  At the next meeting the representative of tbe new Creston library, will be  here to explain matters in connection  with the library, and a musical and  literary programme will also be a  feature of the Dec. 3rd meeti ng.  muni  v.~    tt-Vam-Wm.  -ft    LllCllle*  A Dog Poisoner  Editoh Hkview:  SlU,���������Might another Erickison subscriber remark that Cananians  also consider a mav worse than a  coward who will keep a pail of scraps  at his back door to entice the neighbors' dogs to go there. Then ho. sets  traps to catch thorn. Of course he  lets them go again; but they donit go  far. and are found dead next morning.  And he sayH he is sorry; it was the  other neighbor's dog he was after.  Fa in Pi.ay.  Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and two  children of Medicine Hat, Alta.. were  visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Henry  Hamilton last week. They are hoping to get work, in the Valley for the  winter, possibly at Kitcnener.  Annie Botterill is coming around  nicely after having had the bad luck  to hreak a. leg while playing around  the ranch about a week ago.  The C.P.R. auditor paid station  agent Bundy an official yisit last  week, checking up the volume of trade  to date. Things are very quiet around  the depot at present. If the station is  be kept open all the year round Erickson people will haye to see to it that  all their shipping, etc., is done through  here. With the C P.R. dividends  come first; public convenience is a  matter   of   secondary   consideration.  Agreement is Adjusted  VICTORIA, NoW 12���������All clauses in  land settlement board agreements by  which improvements made by thtS  s&Wfef settlers ^tght������*e>forfeited ts  4.Y.Q- \v*xtta.'r\\' i*f ..txtx * <sd*}.4.1oi*c    wawi  jxvrxrtt-rxrS  by the board for non-performance,  were ordered deleted today by Premr  ier Oliver.  "Such clauses should neyer have  been in any of the board's agreements," said the Premier. "The matter was first brought to my attention  on my recent visit to Creston when  requests were made that the clauses  should be amended. Tbe clauses were  put in by officials of the board.  "But after going into the matter we.  have decided  to strike them  ont altogether and they are to be struck out  in all agreements with soldier settlers.  in all areag."  The Premier sent this telegram to  the superintendent of the settlement  board at Camp Lister, Creston.  "The  objectionable clauses   of   the  proposed   soldiers'   settlement  agreement are deleted  by  the  settlement?  hoard at my request."  Fibre Broom  Erickson Station  Ki-rjoit Ukvjkw:  *  Silt,���������Knowing that your excellent  paper goes into practically every  home in the Erieksun and Canyon districts 1 would like a little space to  direct, tlu* attention of all residcutH in  these districts to tin* fact that all will  have to turn every bit of business  they have���������either in freight, exprei.u,  telegram***, railway ticLctH���������or we uro  apt to hayo the station at Erickson  closed again. With the C.P.R. busi-  iicm*.  is   liusiiu'*-s. anil  jiiiv  linn-   .������������������  *-i.m-  With  every  $5.00 Cash purchase  of merchandise   (except   Flour  and   Sugar)  , vve will give  absolutely free  a $1.00  Fibre Broom.  This offer is for Saturday only.  MAWSON'  BROTHERS  Better Service  General Merchants  Lower Prices s������  ~:������'-.v* i-^'-^cr'.-i^sit-*^-;',-?__i. ������������������  V  XHE CBESTCS BKVJBW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C*  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  S3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes, Editor aud Owner,  ORESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, NOV. 19  #m'  At this particular time when it"  is the duty of every citizen who  has the interests of the province at  heart to consider carefully the  effect of his ballot at the forthcoming election upon the destinies of  the province for the next four  yearSj it is well to remember that  in the last analysis the success or  failure of the administration by  any government must depend upon  the ability, integrity and administrative capacity of its individual  members.  The action of the Conservative  party in selecting Colonel Fred  Lister, C.M.G., D.S.O., M.C., as a  candidate to represent this riding  in the provincial legislature, is a  singularly happy one, as during  the whole of his career, except dur  ing the war when he was with  Canada's sons in France in the  service of our country, he has been  engaged in agriculture and lumbering, two of the main industries of  our riding, and should therefore,  have a better knowledge and grasp  of the needs and requirements of  the farmers and lumbermen in it. He  is also fully alive to the great importance and value of the mineral  wealth and.mining activities of the  district and to the necessity of  building roads and trails for the  purpose of opening up the country.  ���������: Colonel Lister needs no introduction to Kootenay residents, as he  has lived and worked in the Koote-  ssays since coming from the prairies, where he was engaged in farming, in 1907; and immediately upon  his return from France purchased  land   near Lister, which is named  after him, which he ie clearihg and  making his permanent home.  The active interest and unsparing effort which Colonel Lister has  shown in the interests of the returned 'soldiers and toward their  successful - re-establishment has  made him immensely popular not  only with the returned soldiers of  the riding, but also with all those  who have their interests at heart;  snd if he is elected to represent  this district the electors can feel  sure that their every interest will  have that thorough and careful  consideration and aggressive support which characterises Colonel  Lister's undertakings.  The appeal of John Keen, the  Liberal candidate, for re-election  can safely -be based on his own record of beneficial service rendered  his constituents, coupled with the  progressive legislation enacted by  the Oliver government in the interests of the province generally.  So far as Creston Valley goes wo  fair minded person can deny that  Mr. Keen haa been an exceptionally  useful representative along practically every line that this community  depends upon the provincial government for co-operative or direct  assistance.  ' In the matter of our roads the  Valley has fared equally as well as  any part of B.C. This year a quite  substantial start has heen made in  providing a permanent road on the  heavily-travelled highway from  town to Erickson, and this work  will be continued to a much larger  extent next year.  In providing for better means of  communication into Bast Kootenay  points and thus encouraging a  greater volume of tourist traffic a  ���������tremenduous improvement has been  made at Goat River crossing where  a hill with a 27 per cent, grade has  been entirely eliminated by. a cutoff  that reduces the grade to about 7  per cent. At Arrow Creek work  of similarly beneficial nature has  been undertaken.  To    connect    East    and    West  Kootenay work is now under way  on the Sirdar-Kuskanook road and  improvements to the road between  Wynndel and Sirdar are also included in the appropriation made  available for the highway to Kuskanook. Ca.nyor. City section is  now provided with its long desired  high level bridge/.the advantage of  which there is no need to recount  here.  With so much attention Jtd and  the bulk of the expenditure on new  roads the past two years, of necessity the existing highways have  not received quite the atteution  due them, but 1921 will see a policy inaugurated of putting the existing highways in the best possible  shape so far as appropriations will  permit.  In the very important matter of  irrigation Mr. Keen has been successful in having an exhaustive  survey made of Arrow Creek with  a view to utilizing it for a Valley  irrigation supply, and a preliminary investigation has been made of  Goat River for the same purpose.  Still more tangible evidence of his  usefulness is evidenced in the login  the Erickson Water Community  secured for irrigation, and - the  same worth while consideration  that seems assured for a similar  undertaking at Canyon City, as  well as the East Creston project.  On the drainage of Kootenay  flats the government, at Mr. Keen's  constant urging, has got the  scheme along . to the point where  Canadian and U.S. authorities .are  in communication endeavoring to  adjust all preliminary details so  that when both, countries decide to  jointly put engineers at work there  need be no delay in getting at the  actual work that will decide whether the scheme is practicable or not.  Still another matter that has  unmistakably demonstrated Mr.  Keen's usefulness is the opening up  in Creston Valley of one of the two  active soldier settlement areas in  B.C. Just what Camp Lister has  already meant to the prosperity of  this seption is too well known to  need any elaboration���������and in the  prospective colonization policy of  the Oliver governhient undoubtedly this area will receive- practical  consideration.  While Mr. Keen numbers himself  among the residents of Kaslo he  has over shown a decidedly active  personal interest in all matters  affecting Creston Valley. Certainly the Creston fall fay* has no  warmer and " practical supporter  than Mr. Keen, and in the work of  the United Farmers and Board of  Trade committee on municipiliza-  tion Mr. Keen has rendered valuable services.  Mr. Keen has been a resident of  the Kootenay for at least a quarter  of a century, and no other man is  in a better position to ��������� know its  needs or to make a practical and  sympathetic   effort   in   promoting  legislation helpful to the section of  the province in whicl: his personal  as well as legislative interests are  If the best recommend a successful business man can have is ability to deliver the goods, certainly  John Keen can look forward with  confidence to the electors - of Crest  on Valley doing the squrre thing  by him in the voting on December  1st.  Kaslo constituency is in a fortunate position in Connection with  the pending election, for no matter  whether Col. Lister or John Keen  is elected this riding will be well  represented.  Heavy Horse For Hire���������9 year  old, weighs 1400, in  good   shape, wil  hire out for six months.    Apply Dong  Barney,   Pacific      Restaurant,    next  Mawson Bros, store.  Our customers will welcome the news that we are again  stocking  the  old  reliable "Mother's  Favorite"  Flour���������equal to any and superior to many���������at  $6.35 for 98's.  For those who like a coarser grade we have a  brand at $5.75 for 98's.  Also  PRIDE OF ALBERTA,  a high grade  Flour, at $6.50 for 98's.  resfeo Fruit Growers  LIMITED  ~m  What the INew Conservative Government  a,0  I  1. They  will gixe you  an efficient and economical Administration.  2. Present. Government cost of administration is one quarter of the  Revenue. We will reduce this. Bnt not, in such a way as to effect the  Public Service and at the same time pay reasonable salariee, considering  the high cost of living, to those in the employ of the Goyernment.  3. They will do everything possible to encourage and assist, in developing natural resources.  4. They will try to establish, as they did in the past, more pulp  mills in this Province.  ;">. Thev will restore our credit in the money markets where they  left it in lidtJ.  fi. They will follow out their original policy of 1014 in extending  the P-hr:ilic (ire;tt Kaslern Kailway into the rich Peace Riyer Country and  touch the gr-'Mt grain growing area of Western Albert,**.  7. They will encourage prospecting in both minerals and oil and  will cancel the reserves which the Oliver Government has placed on coal.  iron anel e>U '���������*< thi*-' Province.  H, Thev will tfei into the- money markets and borrow money at the  lowe.st. poH-nible rat/- eif interest   and   re-loan it to farmers in loans from 10  to 10 ye-;ii*".  it.    Tlev   -.'���������ill  in-*, il use  ,i   proper aiel pracl ieal policy  of encouraging  S '!eli<*r- I et get on  I h<* I.i lie!.  in. rhey will give- i*������-si-*.l-in.*<- to the- .Municipalities by paying them  a per capita grant tie.in i lie- < ot*-.oli(|jite-e| Kevcniie* which will have the  efree-t   e.f re'ducing f.iXe*-.  11. They will encourage irrigation in the portions of the Province  requiring it by assuming Government ownership and control of the  water for irrigation purposes, construction of storage suryeys and main  canals as public utilities.  12. They will also assist the distribution of irrigation water by  guaranteeing of bonds of water municipalities.  13. They will give consideration to further necessary irrigating facilities hy means of assistance to hydro-electric projects.  14. They will introduce legislation and carry into effect the declared  wishes of the people as ex pressed in the recent referendum on liquor; at  the same time this Act must bc a fair and reasonable one to that the  Government will have absolute control of the traffic and that there will  be no abuse in the uses of liquor but same to be used only in moderation.  Heavy penalities will be included in the Act for all infractions ahd the  Act will be strictly enforced. They will also use every effort with the  Dominion Government, under whose jurisdiction the matter lies, to see  that legislation is passed at Ottawa which will stop the importation of  liquor into this Province by private parties so that all liquor purchased  and sold in British Columbia will be absolutely under Government control.  15. The Conservative Government will also hand over to the Municipalities a share of the profits derived from the sale of liquor in the Government stores so that the burden of taxation in Municipalitis may be reduced by this contribution from the Government.  10. The above are only a few of the reforms which will be instituted  by the Conservative Government should they bo elected on the 1st of  Dobember, as they stand pledged to adopt a constructive business-like  programme which will be administered by business men. looking forward  to a more successful period in tho next five years and with more results  than we have seen under the Oliyer Administration.  'i  A  VI M ____k ______ __���������  SP..JS  n   BlL  ^S������S7      RS      iBHmH  PPIPPI  mm mm mm m W  tmmtanitmmmmttimmmttltmtm  tM~*~-0mmmmmm>>mmmmxm������m  IH, ^-jHt^l***"" i-W**���������������������������**��������� l*l������ei*WvetU  iiiiii  ������������������^flllWffW^^  pw���������w��������� -vv  / ' Z P.  V '���������-*  ^Jtl;"^ISfON^fiE^iEW  NEWS OF KODTENAYS  Revelstoke is already resorting to. a  tag day to help finance the new public  library."  Starting last, month teamsters and  other city labor at Trail wilj be paid  at the rate of *$4;55 per day.  The United Farmers haye opened a.  store at Midway, which is open every  Wednesday afternoon and all day  Saturday..-,*        t,--,*. .        ���������.. .j? -���������       ���������,'*.-  ''22 new telephones were installed at  Trail 'in September, bringing thee total  of new installations since the first of  the year up to 65.  The young men of Gremwood are  after the city council for the free use  SALE for  14 DAYS  COMMENCING  Sat.. Nov.  13th  In order tp make room for our  Chriscmas   Goods   we   offer  the   whole   of   our   present  stock of  GROCERIES  (except Flour. Sugar and Tobacco) and  SOFT GOODS  .- .at  20% Discount  to purchasers of $1 of goods or  oyer for CASH only.  Note:  20%  equals l-5th���������that is  80c. buys SI worth of goods.  :utterfie!d& Son  Wynndel  of the old Star theatre, which they  will tit up for basketball games.  ��������� Trail has absolutely no houses.to  Jet, and rooins;vto rent are, becoming  almost as scarce, much to " the displeasure of the smelter* management.  If   sufficient   interest ' is   manifest  Rossland   trustees   Will 'start"  night  school to give instruction-'ih'-'fhr-Stfcsjye,,  construction and carpentry*-'-ai*jd-jV>in  ing. -p.������������������..-.������������������  ��������� Vi1:  ,* -Ai *  Enormous quantities.of green tomatoes were left on the vines this year.  The weather was unfavorable" for  ripening, and there was no demand  for green stuff frriiri the Okanagan.;.  in  of Ford Cars  Chassis, with Starter .   $ 650  Runabout "        . .      710  Touring " .. .    775  Truck "        . .  ���������   850  Goupe " , . 1100  Sedan "        . \_   1200  f.O.b. factory, Ford, Ont.  Tractor $790 f.o.b. Dearborn, Mich., plus American exchange.  See our Second  Hand Cars  Our   efficiency  in   Repairing  along with  our up-to-date  equipment  make   a repair  job perfect, and at minimum  cost.  Creston Auto & Supply  D   c   nruiu   ���������������������-   u. o. d_van, riujji.  and APPROVED  Once more we offer goods of  merit and exceptional value.  nderwear  GREEN LABEL  and Drawers  FOR MEN  .95 por ������srm6nt  We have 72 Suits only.  Greston Mercantile Company  LIMITED  SECURITY  A Savings Bank Account not  only provides an assurance for the  present, but guarantees you security  in tbe future.  70A  To save is to succeed-  E CANADIAN BANK  op COMMERCE  $15,000,000  ���������mormon/*  CAPITAL  niNin  WJieii the Oliver government assumed office four years ago the credit of  British Columbia was so low that it was impossible to sell British Columbia bonds except at a sacrifice which no business administration could  ''-"  possibly consider.  The last Million Dollar Bond Issue of the  Oliver Government  which was put on the market in October, 1920, brought a premium of over $33,000, making the low rate of interest.of 4f per  cent, per annum���������a better price than that received by any other  province for a similar loan.  I  MR. A.  G.   HASKELL, a banker from Seattle,  said in an interview with the "Times." Oct. 16, 1920:  -*r  "We sold the whole $1,000,000 worth of the last lot in an hour. British Columbia securities are now regarded favorably by investors from  Seattle to San Francisco, They realize that Hon. John Hart, your Minister of Finance, has put the Province back into a sound financial position  ���������'ash.  THE LIBERAL ADMINISTRATION  HAS PROVED ITSELF TO BE  A BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION  ������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������_������������������������������������__���������M���������������^_^Mi^i_M_MW*  OH_���������_B__BB_a_a___aBSB-���������_���������_���������_���������������������������������������������BR_BBE_S���������H_HHBSBB__n__ia  ������������������:   e * " - * *'  Continue a REAL BUSINESS Government at Victoria  M. -tm*-A\ m~ -  '-m'      ^mmtv^tx      mmmx.m0m0.mX ������������������.  t'Tive years oy young ror libera!  Candidates on December 1st.  ss  I  Fernie is gradually getting back to  its pre wai- habits. At the Northei-n  Hotel an orchestra now furnishes  music (hiring the Sunday dinner hour.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  SECTION ~.a%  CHORLTON'S  TWO-PIECE  Dance Orchestra  for Country Dances and House Parties.  Terms on application to J.K.Chorlton,  Creston, B.C.  Boots, Shoes. Harness  Repairing  We guarantee satisfaction and  prompt service.    Charges ���������  reasonable.  JOHN JOY  PostolJice Blk.       CRESTON  WATER NOTIOE  DIVERSION AND USE  BRANCH, C. G. Bennett, Manager.  fl  Jl  Tuke notice that. Kitchener Timber  Co,, Ltd.. whose address i-* Kitchcncr  P.O., will apply for a license to take  and use 25 cu. ft. nor second of water  oid, of Riin.se*] Creek, which fle'WN uorth  and draiiiH into Gemt River about the  junction of Meadow Creek and Goal-  Hiver. The water will be diverted  from the Htreani at. a point, about 11  miles fiom month of creek, and will  be used for dinning pm-poscs upon the  timber lands known as Nos. 0350,0357,  IRMM3. 0350, 0305. Thin notice wan posted  on the uround on the 28th day of Oct-  eebe-r. -'.>-'). A ee-py e.f Ihi.s iitil'tvi: mul  an application pursuantthen>t,o and to  tho Water Act, 11)34, will be hied in  the office of the Water Recorder at  Nelnon, B.C. Objections to the application may be tiled with the Water  Recorder or with the Comptroller of  Water night*. P.trli.-ie.jent !>uildh:g<*,  Victoria, B.C.. within 30 days after  the hist, appearance* of this notice in a  local newspaper.    The date of the lirst  i>iei������ee<*<ie i<-ei e������i   eeei> eeui ee;e- ih   i\e eve-Ill OeT  i). 1020.  KITC)IKNKILTIMltKIMM>.. I/,-,,.  .1. A. CltOWK, Agent.  In the matter <������f Part (South 20 Acres)  of Block 31 of Lot 892. Group 1,  Map GS8a. Kootenay District.  Proof having been filed in my office  of the loss of Certificate of Title No.  7170a. to the above-mentioned lands in  the name of James Bartholomew, and  bearing date the 22nd June, 10-Q7, I  hereby give notice of my intention at  the expiration of one calendar month  from the "first publication hereof to  issue to the said James Bartholomew a  fresh Certificate of Title in lieu of such  lost Certificate. Any person having  any information wiih reference to  such lost Certificate of Title is requested to communicate with the undersigned,  Dated at the Land Registry Oilice,  Nelson, B.C., the 25th day of October,  1920.  ��������� Date of first publication Nov. 5,1920.  E. S. STOKES,  District Registrar of Titles.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at . .Mercantile  Mall. Visiting brethren cordially, invited.  ERIC OLSON, W.M  Shoe Repairing  Men's  Half Soles, $1.25  Women's Half Soles, $1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Alex. Mirabelli  Shoemaker  CRESTON  DOING  ANY  WILDING  or  a B#%Si>il33   UJi  iii*y'  We can  supply  Portland  Cement  Lime  Shingles  Lath  Lumber  iiii .si/.os aiiti  grades.  I    Canvnn Oifv himhfir ftnmnanu    I  ~t  .jt. v~0. mm m m . -m- vm m vvm ma m m m mm *~*t U is Jt  LIMITED  wt*-a*tt*-������*--'fr*-*iW  mm-mt-tmmmm-mWw.  m~-mmiMmxt*sa  mam a*/tMt-itf4��iSa79sa*t-~~t~4~rjUs4
���0m*.���*...: ��� ��� -j, m. ��� j��� l mtJW.  ���..��... ������u.. .'��������� _���-, i"mjg��>?�� T.���. u .ijj i 'T. m,v.a.'.:-.^ j^i u ^i..���'. ^ ���.���>.,��� -^r-?
Local and Personal
Gar Fob Sale���Ford touring cor,
'Enquire Reyiew Ofilce.
Fob Sale���White Leghorn cockerel
Barron  strain  from  coast, floe  bird
$2.25.   P.O. Box 2, Creston.
Hsates Fob Baxm���No. 25 box
heater, two boles, in first class shape.
B. T. C. Richardson. Brickson.
Sacrament of the Lord's supper will
be dispensed at the evening service in
the Presbyterian Church on Sunday.
Fob Sale���Cayuse, used to light
farming, or will exchange for poultry,
Phone or write A, H. Pigott, Wynndel.
Young Pigs Fob Sale���10 of them*
Chester Whites, best pigs in the Valley, $6- each for quick sale. R. Stewart, Creston.
Lost���On ��lov. 8th, between Creston
and Goat Riyer Crossing, time book
Reward to party returning   to Geo.
Hendren, Creston.
Koro'd Goodwin,, wjjo* has been
working at Glenavon, Sask., for the
past few months, arrived home for
winter on Thursday last.
Fob Sale���Three canaries ��� one [
-singer and two hens���and two cages.
$15. Also one Adan chapel piano in
good shape, terras. Mrs. J. B. Kennedy,, Creston.
Mrs. Brousson. sr-., arrived a few
days ago from London, England, and
plans spending the winter here with
her son. C. Af. Brousson, principal of
the high school.
Tbe fonr-foot board walk is being
extended from the bridge on past the
���cemetry to tbe Gibbs ranch. Tbis is a
bit of sidewalk extension that will certainly be appreciated.
E. Mallandaine was a business visiter at Cranbrook a couple of days at
the end of the week, and reports election matters, fully as quiet, in that
town as |hey are here.
The^Mercaotile have something extra special   to offer in   men's heavy
underwear.   They have 72 suits of the
well-known Stanfield make which is
going at $1.95 per garment.
Rev. J. A. James announces the following subjects for his addresses in
'the Presbyterian Church on Sunday:
11.10 a.m., "Confessing   Christ," 7.30
p.m., "His Poverty Our Riches."
Trennie Long, who is in charge of
the Great Northern station at Fairfax.
Wash., arrived home a few days ago
for a short holiday visit with his
parents, Mr, and Mrs. M. B. Long.
Women's Institute members are requested to keep Friday afternoon,
Dec. 3rd clear. This is the date of the
institute annua] meeting when it is
hoped every member will be in attendance.
The C.P.K. has an extra gang in
charge of Geo. Nicholls at work fencing the right of way from Erickson
west, there being enough wire on the
ground to do the job at least to Alice
Mawson Bros, announce that for
Saturday only they will give absolutely free a 81 fihre broom to every customer who makes cash purchases of $5
and over tftat elay��� flout* and sugar, of
���our��e. ex* ���pt**d '
Notice to Pa kknts**-* Kindly notify j
Principal (t. P. Smith not later than j
Nov, 25th. name ami age of child i
whom yon wish to atti-nd receiving
e*!a��s beginning of winter* term, ('res- j
ton School Board.
���John  Keen  is a Creston   visitor this)
we-elc. and  is getting   things   lined   up
for-  a   series   of   meetings   at    Valle-y j
points     liefem-     i-lee:l ie ui     lii'V. Hi-     is,
i*i)i|e confident e��f being re-elected by
a satisfactory majority.
The Vallev ban been enjeiyirig emile*
' rainy spell Miiiee- Tuesday, anel the
loads are in rathi-r b*ul *h,ihe tm
travelling in e-eiusci|iici-.cc. Some i.f
the weather prophet.* j,,.,. *.x\ii-r\iirj; n
spell e>f Indian Miininei  next.
'The    Presbyterian     |.ielie*V    Aiel     m-
 iiici' t heir .innn.il b.r/.i.u   fe,r S.��t,*-.
eiiiy f)ec. llth, in Npeerw' Hill. There
will he the- usual hen >fh- fen* the* -.-At- eef
fancy ge-od-<. home-  rooking, cifidv,   in
We'll 'IM a   me'MIOI-y table.    . V ft * * I 11'�����' t.   'e.i
he -e-rved.
II , ,   * .   *
' i ,, 11 ','*.��� i ,.*,,; .*      ,/.,������      .,*..,        ...     , ���   , i    .. ��� .
e'(Te*i"f,  in   the-   WHV  i ,f t ������' I' I ��� * i f i /    lli"    h.'.'li
rust, of living |��i* i <*#���*- -h',iil,l '-i-i t i i nly
in- light in the* fi*ee| line* thi-i winter.
At present theii* i ; h<* ('riion. I .VI.
I*!<liiioridsori. Ktiik-i,ri in<| line,, i,
li ��� < -. t I-i eif I in- J eii I i'i j i-',i i iiiit*-* ill ��� I , ii��* '-
iniX hay mul mill -lull"-. li'iv.il In-*i'i.
heilel flour is no IV * 11 n 11 **< I ill   .���jut :'.."��
The    ('on-'ei'Val i\ e    A ��*nrinl ion    .*��������������
i'Ii I I'l ('i lln le'     I til*     il'l'il.i\   i    I'Vi'hlli  '    ill
- 3
This is the day we GO OVER THE TOP���SMASH
ALL PREVIOUS RECORDS ; give values uftparalel-
led in the history of the town,  and create a merchandising
event long to be remembered.
will, be  crammed with  Bargains���real, genuine money-
saving Bargains���and you   should be on deck early to get
your share and avoid disappointment.
and every broken line and oddment
POTTER'S Genuine English Prints, our regular 50c. a yard, 10 yards    oa
to a customer, while it lasts, Saturday Speciel, per yard-.     _-%JC.
We have been fortunate in securing'a consignment of Penman's Cashmere
Hose, which are factory seconds. This means that there is some slight
defect in the hose which in many cases cannot be detected. This grade
of hose we are offering for Saturday would sell regularly for $1.50 per
pair, but while they last they will go 3 pairs to a customer only fig^
at, per pair     0"C.
All day Saturday
n   AnvnSiinl   t\.
~\   UQIIIItal'Ui
0   A   CDITDC
o. h. or LLI10
pne Continual
m\ma.00-\   ma.   llmtmam
nuuiiu ui vaults
Mercantile Hall at whist and dancing,
with (.-ards due t,o start at 8.H0 and
dancing sharp at 11. Tlu- admission ib
75 cents, which includes supper, and
a welcome for all.
It. H. Staple's was a business visitor
at, Grand Forks last week, getting
back on Friday with a Dodge i\'nr,
which the- thin invested in this fall.
It. is the roadster type, and certainly
the nio.it stylish looking auto of it*
kind in I In- Valley.
Fe.i ihe ''losing dav of the big sule
eil Spi*i*i s' -t oi*e I o-morrow yery special
offerings in prints and ladies1 hose are
featured, along with generous ruts in
prices on all other lines. It is expected wind up day will even exceed the
opening day's trad*-.
Chorlton's orchestra made its first
out-of-town appearance on Saturday
night at Kitchener, where it, furnished
music for a hotisewarniing d.inee that
Mr. and Mrs. McGonegal gave in the
new Paulson Mason \v.arehouse, and
which was very largely attended.
Kor their bazaar on Deceintier 1st,
which i'l.so happens t.o be election day,
��� u   i.m_*m.jiT-���*���ii-iii "i���rn -nrnr*-* *- ������ i -i���������������-���^^^^-^^^^i*���������*������������������.
iiien'l apt lei worry the owner of a
'<���*"*���-"������>���<*   mtty-mrr.-��� mm~   ...,, _��� ^-~,��^v^ .���
V '''''>-��� >K :A       'j i ))
iiien i apt to worry tlie owner ot  a      ,y      r        ���) ������> ,-* v      /?..r. . ,s ,
���_' I 'in*-ei ni'ieh   is the' np-keep. :    _,_'       '. A ���.--.,   ���'       -,      X  ,4    .''
Z ^ y^n.   -. ���':: -v:. ;*L-*4-^% -'
Soulier eii* hitei* .repairs ure  need- j������ -,< vfv&~%--\ ^.ZZvii%aa~\v>^--%\
ed.    Th.-n   it   i-n't   ho in,,M.rtant   to       /Z'-Z^OV't\"T!^H8"_5^
eon-ieler tie-  Hist   eost   of thewoik      'S^S^Y-l^^1^'^^
done ee. it  \n lo have the [_*S^��8rt~'^'"    ''^":
Auto Repairing     iiii
e!e,e,e,   light       eliil.ili).     ma I ei'i.l I*.  Il'i'il       /
.(nil , in* job    Inn*  uiiilei >t aiidiugly,     **
te> l.i-i  ,iinl (.MVe   ,,it e fni*i ion.
One     i*lilll*'/i",    .lie    fail,   'iill    work
rli/ii' .       I I**.*   ii   .
mtf m m mm mttr   m   m~~* H W        %# BmHH  W   *%/r Wm     Ikfffllli ���!#�����.
the English Church ladies arc making
provision to serve refreshments for
out of town people who are sure to
come to Creston to hear fhe returns of
the voting. The ba/.uar is being held
in the Parish Hall.
The Women's Institute Annistice
Day whist and dance in the Parish
Mall last Thursday was well attended,
there being about two dozep tables at
cards and a -still bigger erowd when
dancing started, ihe evening'*-? intake
being in the neighborhood of $1M).
The winners at, whist were Mrs. Che)��
l-ington und  Miss Lyda Johnson, and
Messis.  Harold  Goodwin  and  Gerald
II. Brod y. the Imperial Oil Co. re-
prenentative. Nelson, whs a business
visitor here the latter part of the
week. The lirm is ulready finding
their storage capacity hL Cre-ston too
small and the warehouse will be enlarged next spring. Within the past
two months H. 8. McCreath, who is in
Charge here, states that Rales of coal'
oil alone in this territory have been
around 2500 gallons a month.
r_�� I ��� *c�� ��� iw I c" ("*_ **���
The complete banking facilities provided at
all our branches enable this Bank to give
Business Accounts the care and attention they
need and deserve.
The Merchant and the Manufacturer will find
the services rendered by this Bank of the greatest assistance  in  conducting their business.


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