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Array (���������--rfi-t  ---v.  > -**s  Vol. XIV.  CRESTdNi B. C, FRIIJ^Y, NOVEMBER 17, 1922  No 41  xff  Greston Valley's Soldie^    ,  Memorial Now Unveiled  ���������*���������"-   -       *  Armistice Day Ceremonial Largely Attended���������Records  Show Ilu Enlisted���������26 Make Supreme^Sacrifice���������  Inspirng Unveiling Address by Rev.'J. S/M.ahood.  Ideal weather and " the "V*lley ]  citizens' unvaryingreg&rd for great  patriotic occasions, brought out a  O'owd of not less than a thousand  i^ogidesjts froin all points in Oreston  Valley for the Soldiers' Memorial  unveiling on Armistice Day after-  nooo, Saturday,'November Ilth.  Tlie committee in charge of ar  rangementa had done . their- -work  perfectly, including a modest decoration with flags and" bunting of  Canyon street in the neighborhood  of the memorial, and proceedings  opened shortly after two* o'clock  upon the arrival at p\\p memorial  site of some 100 men in command  of Major Mallandaine and Capt.  Crompton, headed byline XLC.M.P.  detachment and the brass band,  ' whilst following them were at least  400 school children, the teachers at  Lister, Canyon, Brickson, Alice  Hiding, Wynndel and Sirdar accounting for a fine turnout of  youngsters from each of these rural  schools, and   the   225   scholars   of  CresidaVhigh  94X~\%^eK^^..M^~vss~~^.  paraded almost at full strength."   ^  At. the memorial   seating   w-as  provided for the relatives'of   those  . fallen in the  great war,   whilst on  the speakers' platform,  with President Hayep of   Creston   Board   of  Trade, who presided, were  Robert  Stark,. chairman   of   the   original  ���������memorial  committee,   Fred Little.  Hev. J. S. Mahood of Queens Bay,  -who delivered   the   unveiling   address; Major Mallandaine and Rev.  *���������, J. A. James.  The brass band under the leadership   of   Mr    Hendy   helpjpd   out  splendidly with   their   accompaniments for the singing, the vocal exercises -  including     "Ov   Canada,"  "The Maple Leaf,"   and" "O   God  Our Help in   Ages   Past,"   all   of  whioh   were   vigorously   rendered  -with   the school children taking a  prominent   part.      The   ceremony  concluded   with     the   Last   Post,  -which waa well sounded by Bugler  George Davie of Canyon City.  "��������� (The Giw.V.A., Board  of Trade,  Masonic Lodge, Women's Institute,  'Canyon   United   Farmers,   Christ  Church   Ladies'     Guild   and   the  Presbyterian   Ladies'     Aid,   were  amongst   the    organizations   that  placed wreaths on the pillar, in addition to whioh   wiis   tho   wreath  from tho officers and  men  of Biioh  well known overseas Kootenay regiments as, the 54th,  102nd, 225th,  and others,   whose   floral   remembrance was placed by Major Mallandaine.    Numerous individual citizens* also remembered the occasion  with floral emblems. *      s  Croaton Valley's memorial, whioh  ntnncta at the intersection of Canyon Street and Barton Avenue, ia  in most respeotq a duplioato of the  Cenotaph erected to one of the  oracle -regiments of London England, with the addition of four  broil?.c wreaths that effectively eot  off tho four sides of the top.  The memorial shaft is of grey  royal   granite     and   is   from   tho  quarries of J. S. Wilson at Sirdar."  In the selection, of grey royal the  committee chose v wen, as its.  sparkle and. color features-throughout not only .furnish a monument  that at once arrests attention, but  also permits the lettering to stand,  out in artistic 'relief. ' The snonu  ment throughout is the product of  the Wilson quarries and its erection  was supervised by H. B. Downs,  who lately remoyed to the Old  Country to reside, the,stone cutting-  Addresses Given  At the Unveiling  Cannot Do too Much for Those  who Fought���������War's Outbreak  Saw Earth He-Bern���������No Part  of Valley Failed iu its bury.  After-God Save the King had been  .rendered 'and an. appropriate invocation by Rev.  J. A. Janies, Chairman  Hayes, who, in addition to presiding,  also   delivered   tbe  civilian   address,  ing, and the letter cutting done by I opened bis remarks by observing that  - f in 1917. when tbe wooden tablet furth-  being the work -of Thomas H. Ven  TZ Crane.  In addition   to Mr. Downs, who  designed as -well  as supervised the  memorial's erection, mention is due  Robert     Stark,     chairman,      and  Messrs. J. W. Hamilton,   R. Sinclair Smith,  W. H. Crawford and  C. G. Bennett, the   other members  of the memorial  committee, for the  production of   the   granite   pillar.  Numerous    were   the   committee's  disappointments' in   various direc-.  ������lons ever since the   memorial was  projected,   but   now. the   finished  j. product is on view and   the unveiling accomplished under   such  fistfe  ing   and     happy    auspices,   these  gentlemen, may well   be   proud    of  er down the   street   was   erected,   all  weie agreed  Hiutii when  th������ war was"  over a memorial that  would fittingly  and    everlastingly    keep   green   the  memory oS the men who fought and  fell as  well as the, memory of those  who came   back,   would   be   erected  lhe gathering on Saturday  afternoon  was for the  unveiling- of that bigger  and better memorial which, the speaker held,  '"adequately  commemorated  the sacrifice and the service of those  men who served   the >mpire   in   her  hour of greatest need." -  The chairman, also recalled that  within three days of war's outbreak.  Canada had started in to mobilize  troops; that in less than a month  from the declaration of war 35,000  Canadians were" in training ~.% VaS  cartler  Plains,   Quebec,   and   in   less  *t-.A**rft     t-vnrrr*    ***������)!������ t$������S    fift-fr    -AtJ'*1'2'iSt    4 th  1914, these 35,000 troops wer@ on board  ship and on their wayWerseas.  In those S&tOOQ original firsts Crest  1 on Vallev had sis men, and through.  X.  snd  certain!v well des-1 out the war Creston V-������iiey*:fK}������n  its  erve the   many   compliments   that  are passed   the memorial and those  directly responsible for its erection.  After the unveiling exercises the  business men of Creston were hosts  to all the children.'at a free moving  picture show at  the ..Grand which  '^.^^iHJ^i^^^^^-^^^^^y J������^ie  *ddo������s^4^*^^  audience, wi������h:-tn> children from all  the outside districts; ^paraded in  first to-be assfe the visiting scholars  all had seats for the show.  these men who fought for vou all. and  who sacrificed their all for you."  Memorial-unveiled at Creston on Armistice Dayr   Erected in honor of  of the men from Creston Valley who served in the war.    Photo by Turner.  MEN WHO JOINED UP  John Andrew.  -Bert. Arrowsmith.  Bjll Arrowsniit.il.  Dnnglan ButterHelrl.  Edward Butterfield.  Melt  Beam.  Harrv Bathie.  John Boydell.  Tom Bttines.  Marshall Button.  Frank Callander.  John Carfra    '-'  John Cooper.  John Crook*ton.  George Cam.  John A. P. Crompton.  Roy Currie.  Campbell Dow.  David Dow.  William Dow.  Harold DnVi'V  I'ran k Bbtjutt.  Clarence Embree.  Lionel ForroBter.  Peter B. Foote.  Herb Gobbett.  Brio Howard.  Bert Hobden.  Fred Hurry.  Phil Hurry.  Joseph Boatl������.  George Huscroft.  Stanley Hendren.    ��������� \  Dave Hamilton.  Williapi Hall.  ���������������hnvloH Hindley,  Edward Hindley.  Fred Hoggurt.  John Johnson.  Otto Johnson.  George Jacks.  Q rover Kifer.  James Iking.  Frank' Lcwlc.  OharleB Leamy.  Russell Leamy.  Edward Mallandaine.  Clark Moore.  Len Mawson.  Ted Mawson.  Percy Mann.  Ted Maione.  Shirley MacDonald.  Leslie McMurtrie.  ������r������������������. ... ,���������.,.    ~0,��������� .....,.,,.it  %^.~v. ~r..x.x-    U.H.* t*r*l.tkl)r  Mert. McCitllough.  Alfred Palmer.  ���������ffc^.v'EISarl Pease.  8 Edward Payne.  Si^S!Harry Rvraell.   .  John Ryckman.  Robert RoyBton;  Ronald Stewart.  Jack Smith.  George* Sevniour.  William Stewart.  K. Sinclair Smith.  William H. T. Smith.  Sam Scott.  William  Stiiusnn.;'  Richard Thurston.  William Truscott; ...'..  William Tuohey.  Egbert L/T. Taylor.  Reg. Thompson. ������������������"������������������  Leslie Timmons.  ������������������Duke" UnEcHJme.  Percy Watson.  Reg. Watson.  Stanley Wat������on.  Duncan Weston.  Hilton Yniwng.'.  population of not more than 1500 had  supplied approximately  110 men  for  militia service.    That the men of the  Valley had borne the brunt of fighting  on many  fronts was revealed in the  fact that 26 of the HO had been killed  . in action or died of wounds, and the  speaker was happy to say that in looking over the names of the fallen and  their one time Valley homes it was at  once apparent tlfat no- part of the district hactnlayed slacker in supplying  troops.     -   Z   "   'y.y -  ~- .P.- TP*.-''  The chairman read a. complete list  of all the men -who had served with  the forces, stating that on-an occasion  such as this he felt that all were met  full of just two, feelings: A feeling of  Mncerest regret for the men who had  answered the last roll call, and deepest pride in the men of Creston Valley  who along with half a million other  Canadians played such a prominent  part in the great war.  Buy?  i  _., V*  Arthur Biddulph.  Harry Bothweu,,  Nelson Brown.  WlltEnm Bifrn Murdoch.  Phi|?p Butterfield.  Edward Fortler  Stanley Gwynne#^  Fred Hilton;  Robert Hwbio.  Dennes Howard,.  William Johnson.  Harold Kemp.  Frank May.  William McBenn.  Stanley McKugb,  Charles Pendry.  Edgnr PonBoh.  Stanley Rdld.  Irwin SimmonB.  George Smith.  Robert Smith.  Herbert Stewart-  Koy Stocks.  William Timmw,'  Wllllnm Tn������*u������tr.  John Wood,  m  W__W3&t  WKWttJBBW  \~W  Rev. S. Mahood.Unveils  - After performing the unveiling,  which was accomplished by merely  loosing the strings that bound the  huge British flag to the memorial pillar, Kev. J. S. Mahood of Queen's Bay,  to whom was delegated the task of also/ delivering the unveiling address,  opened byj-emarkiug that he had not  forgotten "the . Honor conferred upon  him in being selected to. officiate at  the dedication nf the^ xvt������������iden tablet,  and <lonbty appreciated the honor of  being asked to unveil the permanent  monument, J_ Z"  Referring to "the.excellent saying of  the lines in "O Canada'* he said the  list of names as read by the chairman.  and itJHcribed upon the nplendid and  moat appropriate memorial, were of  those who had helped to preserve our  ''true North strong and free.'*  ���������"Whenever I see a monument," said  Mr. Mahood, "to those who had died  in the great war thc lesson is borne  home to me that the old world has  passed away, and a new one born on  August 4th. 1014."  The speaker dwelt brieflv  upon the  fallen monarchies   of   Europe,    and  while nob denyin^Uie possibility of  blame being justifiably attached to  (tur statesman���������whom many claimed  to be not entirely free from blame in  not preventing the war���������the men and  women of our nation endured throughout ItH course from an ethical passion  for righeoiiBness and freedom. The  lepsmi drawn was that we must cultivate the Hpirit of the Prince of Peace  in the family, the factory, the farm,  tho workshop, and between claits and  olafln if we are to follow tho cause for  which our&oldSeia dlt.<&.  Mr Muhb.">d*s closing remarks were  highly appropriate, being a few lines  he hnd written cavly in 1017 on hearing that his Bon had been killed in  action ij. few days previous���������  Now thy long day's work is ended,   C-  L������iy thy burdrn by.  Holy angola guard thee sleeping;  All pea-eofu! li������s  Faro the well,'we bid then, wurrior.  Such farewell au never tlie*.  To thy sure reward we leave thee.  Resting In Paradise.  Now the battle's rago l������i oVi f 1 -������  Victory is won.  Deeds no longer lose their splendor  When faithfully dome.  Where the glory and the brightness  . Far -outshine ~~~o ys-r.tb -nnee- tv-odj  There, bolovcd, we entrust thee,  'ZZZ Safe to the cmre of God.  ������������������These went for empire and for right;  To brave the battle and  to face  the  fight.  And keep the flag triumphant."  Let those  who shall come after see  that these names are not forgotten.  Major Mallandaine Speaks  Major Mallandaine, who delivered  the address on behalf of the soldiers,  in the unavoidable absence of Col.  Pollen of Cranbrook, opened with  complimentary references to the  splendid memorial that had been erected, and on behalf of the returned  men expressed appreciation of such a  timely and lasting memorial to the  sacrifice and the service of the men  who had served in the great war. It  was likewise pleasing to all to have  had. the unveiling and the address by  Rev. J. S, Mahood, whose three sons  had seen overseas seryice, and one of  whotujhad been killed.  The major emphasized the point  that the sacrifice of the meu was the  more to be admired in that they hud  voluntarily offered 4for service and  Canada should be deeply grateful to  the ti-oops for sparing this country  from being Germanized.  The speaker vividly portrayed the  'feelings of the people of France when  word came of the armistice being de  clared on November 11. 1018. In n  large French city on that day Major  Mallandaine related that he had seen  the populace go almost mad with joy.  Yet in looking around he noticed  great grief and fulness of heart mixed  with that joy-���������grief and "joy combined.  The gaap of freedom und ai view of  peace Us UuiUJMuitv w*au mnvitiioueil  and only brought about through the  nacriflcs of not only our men, nut of  the whole of the allied nations.  The speaker made a touching refei-  ence to Armiutlcu Day observance in  France alluding to tho burial Held at  Etaples with its hundreds of ama.I iron  headstones In serried Siows. each with  a name thereon���������names from all oyer  Canada, and. each witli a. poppy nnd u  wreath placed there for the fathers''  mothers, widows or orphans of rach  dead hero.  Tho speaker's closing reference had  to do with the men who bad come  back, and in this connection Major  Mallandaine aaid: " Wlnjt are you do  ing now to help those who havo stayed  over there. Are yon helping the re-  t,rtrn*������'l ������������>*!#1*i-������������r mm yon oouht Ut, Art.  you giving thwni the " ehanre v������������u  Khoultl.    "You cannot du. too much for  mm  ma  ~~~t~m~~m  ~t~~~m~~m  niliinili-ai-Jrtrlif/iii.Vii.iWriM ,*7itt 'tn ~t SHE BStTOBW* CiiESTGN, B. C  /  In the shack, In the farm house,  and in  the  city  fooaase, REu  ROSE  TEA is the standby*  A New Tower Of Babe!  It is impossioie ior  all the fast trains to  crossings.  a reuow io oeai  aU    (he    grade  mm WEST BJSMMMt#)t������U  Visiters  trom the  United   States  Growing   Popularity   of   Canada   With  American Tourists  The Wall Street Journal, aad other  American   papers   attribute     tlie ..increasing    popularity    of Canada with  American  automobile  tourists largely  to the sale of    intoxicants    in    some  parts ot" this country.      Refreshments  q~ the spirituous  kind  probably hare  less to do with ^attracting the United  States"   tourists     than     some     people  imagine,    however.      OL"    the *���������** 617,000  American,    cars    thai entered Canada  last year. 537,000" passed  the customs  iu Ontario and only 43,000 in Quebec  and 26,000 fn British Columbia.  1     Of   course  many  of  those   entering  at Ontario cities -would-* go on to Quebec, but it may be assumed  ihat the  majority oi" the tourists were induced  to Canada hy other attractions than the  Quebec   and   British   Columbia   liquor  laws.���������From   the Ottawa-'Journal.  Monster Labor Temple Proposed by  Th* Moscow Soviet  Those who laugh at the idea.'of history repeating itself will have to reconsider their incredulity, when tbey  pausfe before the latest announcement  Irom the Moscow Soviet, says the  Montreal Star." This is nothing less  than the construction of a building to  have -the largest tower in the -world,  <o cost seventy million dollars, to accommodate several thousands of "'people, and to be'known as a labor -palace.  The obvious intention of the Soviet  in-planning such an edifice is to divert  the attention of the wretched TtasKiau  laborer froni his present painful condition, and provide him with something that will keep him quiet for another brief space-. The Tower- of  Babel was begun with intentions nor  very "Tar removed in basic principle  from those of the Moscow Soviet. T\  was never completed, if we are u> accept the historic record and the exisl-  ent ruin as prooT.  'But the Moscow temple may- very  easily be completed, if the Soviet  .treasury holds out. Moscow will  then enioy the unique 'distinction of  being the city with the record building and the record public suffering. It  is doubtless a distinction in wlrieli the  Soviet will rejoice greatly, but-^-cven  the dulled intelligence of the motvjik  will eventually penetrate the pretence.'  When it does, the doom_of the. Soviet  regime will be sealed and Russia will  start on the road to freedom.  -^rbiiQi ***&?������������������ %#ijr  Fletcher's Castoria is strictly a remedy for Infants and Children.  Foods are specially prepared for babies.    A baby's medicine  M    is even more essential for Baby.  Remedies primarily prepared.  for~grow;il-ups 3~~*e not interchangeable.     M was. the need of-  a remedy for tbe common ailments of Infants and Children  that brought Castoria before the public after years of research,  -' - and no' "claim has been made for it that-its use for over 3������  years has-act proven*'  What  is  CASTORS A?  Castoria is a harmless substitute for Cactor Oil, Paregoric, .  Drops and :Soothing, Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains  neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its  age is its "guarantee. For more than thirty years it has  been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,  Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishncss arising  therefrom, ahd by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids  the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.  The Children's -Comfort^-The Mother's Friend.  GENUINE   CASTORIA   ALWAYS  ^%    Bears the Signature of  ^ Relieves ^   {.  *        kD.vsoeasia-t-  ^ '     *.**���������*���������'..   .-'���������"���������$_  o   M. D.  advises:     "Persons who  T  \  suffer   from   severe ..mdigestibii"V  ������-$  and constipation should take after y  S  each meal and at bedtime^fifteen . ^  fa to thirty drops of the Extract of-  \  Roots known to the Drug Trade  <p  as "Mother Setgel*s Curative Syrup."  \  Get the Genuine. 50c. and$ 1.00  tb bottles. V -. *" -i-  In Use For Over U Years  THB CENTAUn COMPANY, NKW YORK CITY  Potatoes in  Canada I  There lias been a generous harvest  of potatoes in Canada this year, the  total yield being 93.485,100 bushels.-ol:  ..-which'1" the three" prairie provinces of  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  produced 15,025.000 bushels. i The  largest production was in Quebec wiih  36,089,000 bushels. Ontario next with  18,480.000 bushels, then New Brunswick with 9,715,200; Nova Scotia, -7.-.  055,400; Prince Edward Island. $4,174,-  500;   and   British ''ColYvmbia,   2.646.000.  ^v'H ':''.-  f  On a Dentist's Grave  'View this grave with gravity;  He's filling his last cavity."  ������������/VT1i   rw-rk  xtrtJ-i a ������������.*������  HUW IU KbliAlN  YOUR GOOD HEALTH  It  -6;*-'  I ihiii'hi"  0, *-..,., ir*..,* * *-**���������*-*.. t *..*.. ,*���������  Casdarets" 10c  For   Sluggish   Li ver  or   Constipated }:*  Bowels  uiiiiiii i   Clean your bowels!     "Feci  fine!  When you feel sick, dizzy, upsei,  when your head is dull or aching,"or  your stomach 3s sour or gassy, just  take one or two Cascarets to relieve  constipation*- No griping  laxative-cathartic on earth i'or  ups and children. :10c a box.  like candy.  nicest  ���������jrown-  Tciste  Object   to   New   Length   Skirt  Woman of Gotham Will Wear Dresses  No Longer Than Seven Inches-  From Ground  Tlie ankle skirt was "removed oill-  cially and permanently removed from  the wardrobes of 300,000 New York  women by 1Ue action of delegates to  the convention of New Vork City  Federation of Women's Clubs, in voting unanimously to wear dresses no  longer than seven inches Irom the  ground. The resolution sounding the  death knell ot: the long skirl urged  women everywhere to' free themselves from apparel now being introduced nnd having edges Ihat nearly  sweep the ground and carry germ  laden din into tiie home. The club  women nlso urged tliu I garments be  made of su fll dent, material to permit  her freedom of all parts of-lhe body,  Can   Be  Done Through  Keeping the  Blood-Supply Rich and Purs  There   is   not  a   nook  or~corner"ia  Canada,   in  the  cities, xhe towns." the  villages. ' on* the:'*.**fafnis';^;andi"->.--ini.* the  mines and lumber camps^ where 'Dr.'*.'  Williams' Pink Pills liav������ not *:ea  'used/-and from one end of the.country  to the other kind words have been  said   "or this medicine.  You have only to ask your -neighbors, and they can tell you of some  rheumatic* or nerve-shattered man,  some suffering woman, ailing youth or  anaemic girl who has been benefitted  hy Dr. Williams; Pink Pills. For  more than a third of a century these  pills have been known not only in  Canada, but throughout the world as a  re Liable tonic, "Blood enriching medicine.*   :���������''-- ..***���������  The success of Dr.. Williams'    Pink  Ellis is due to Hie tact that they go to  the root of the disease in  the blood;  and    by    making   the   vital fluid rich,  they strengthen Hie-organs ahd nerves  of the body.       Mr. A. M.  Large. Victoria,  P.E.I..  adds his     testimony     to  that, of thousands of others who have  found benefit, through the use of ihis  medicine.      He    says:���������-"About    three  years    ago ..I    became dreadfully rundown.      Sinnufii so tha 1-1 had to slop  work  altogether, and  being a carpenter, and busily engaged,    tne   outlook  was    gloomy.      I    became so reduced,.  ���������that. I would have to rest even after a  short walk.      RTy appetite almost completely   failed.       The   doctor  whom   I  consulted told me 1 would have 1o take  a  prolonged ��������� rest, nnd gave me a  bottle  of  medicine; which,   howeyer. did  not   help   me.       Then   a  good   friend  urged me to try*   Dr.   Williams'    Pink  Pills,    and    I   got a supply and be Tore  long fell: an improvement.    From that  on I continued to gain and was uhle to  resume my employment,    T'continued  taking the  pills i'or some tlinc longer  and   now   feel   ns   vigorous   as   I   ever  did."  You can get these pills through any  mediclne dealer, or-by mail al 50 eenla  a bos or tiix boxes for $2.50 from Tho  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Liniment  For  Colds,  Etc.  French capitalists :\vc planning to  rival I-.OH Angeles with a great motion  picture elly  near Nice, *..���������,������������������  o^ 3&������*������*  PI rfL    dj������������g& |3jJP'   |B|    l&z^ jy^Efc M^'5^  Yz\k  TIN  NOW  Alberta Phones  The Provincial Telephone IH-part-  ment Ih now completing Its H������S2 programme of construction work in different parts of the province, About  three thousand miles of line, ������ma si nihil* mostly nl' rural telephone lines,  will have been strung when the eon-  Ira-els have heen finished, and a*/'eraI  new exchange"**.. Including Calgary and  T.elhbrhlge eil lea and one nr Iwo  points In the l-'earn liiver district have  been built.  0~m~-~ti~~i  Minard's   Liniment  Fir.  . r  For  Warts, Corns,  VV.     N.     I!  Ml;  S  -^wi^iM '^mffdtyik'im^Mf 'W'iw^ w^*i������!w#ips*y ������i  sSBSteg  is^s:  mgMWffl^^ ^7 -;*  v.  _~~m w~_&3~*~-������_ _mM  (mar- Law  nces jfers  Z     ,. r    .      J  "        ,  isliew  ne  inet  London.���������premier* Bonar ' Law���������has ^  Issued   The  list  ol  the   remaining eTffi-  eeis    of    Liis    Crovernmrent, in -whieh  there i. again a fair' infusion of mem  bers of the House of Lords. ' Hts appointment of a minister of pensions  does not necessarily mean that he has  yielded to the Laborite clamor against  the proposed abolition of that jninis-  MOTHER!  Tour Child's Bowels Need  "California Fig Syrup"  try, biir is con side* ed more- likely a  merely formal appointment in *order  lo carry on the woik uncil the ministry can be abolished by 3egislation.  Agitation against abolition of the pensions ministry, howe\er. is gaining  ground:  Sir Montagu Barlow, who was parliamentary secretary to the- Labor  ministry in the Lloyd George cabinet,  becomes minister of labor, and the  .pensions portfolio is taken by Major  George Clement Tyron, who was also  a parliamentary secretary-4-under the?  Lloyd George regime, being connected  with 1 he--ministry which he is noyr to  lead. __ Sir Samuel Hoare is appointed air minister, and Neville Chamberlain,   M.P.   a   brothpv   >->f  -Rj**������������.*t- -uv*-  v*ji--  _r  *. _m-~<Sm.4m%, __~%m\~.S_~,a  Austen Chamberlain, and who has just  recently returned irom. a visit to Can-  ad"a and the United States, g-sr post.  master-general. ;-    -���������?.  "���������'  western; editors  'J_&    Z~tZ~������~?^}~-        r  - p.zz  ^frST-rSir,. -     <-'A&f   .rr..��������� ^wastxrr-xir-. >-r  r IZfZZZx- ZXII&0W������������>  -*,***     'r.r-'' -  r       *****'  rZ'VjTr   },  Wm. F. Rhymes, Editor and Proprietor of The Weekly News, Lang-  ham, Sask  Hurry -Mother J , ,���������. AT. teaspoonful ot  "California Fig. Syrup" now will thoroughly clean the little bowels and in a?  lew ^ hours   you   have   a   well,- playful:.  eailu again.    'Even a cross, feverish, i  constipated,   child    loves its- "L'rui.ty-"  taste, and niothers'-eanS resit eksy: ihe-i  cause   it never -Tfils  to Work "all the'  sour bile and poisons right out of the  stomach   and   bowels   without .griping,  or upsetting the child. n -. -   *  Tell your druggist you want onlv the  genuine "California Pig Syrupy which  has directions for babies and children  'of all ages printed on bottle.    Mother,  >you   must   say   "California."       Refuse  any imitation.  No Reciprocity Weity  U.S.   -Senator      Does      Not      Expect  Reciprocity Pact With Dominion.  .���������" Washington.-^r'-STo* reciprocity'' treaty  with Canada is likely to be brought  about.-according to Senator MeGam-  .^���������^."e^airmaii-of lite Senate Finance  "Committee: "'"' He points out that' the  tariff act makes no provision for  reciprocity, and that a special treaty  ^SSifc^s jiee^ded._~ .He,dout>t8 whether  this could be arranged or "ratified by  ;the.Senate. ���������;    ,  .   . ._ ^  oenator McCumbet' does not believe  the tariff law will sea-iously cut down  im ^station/.ahd predictsi it .will not'  seriously divert -.Canadian '--trad-e' from  thevtinited States.  Paints Gloomy Picture  Hafel     Winter     Facing     Germany     In  Opinion of Chancellor Wirth  1 Berlin.���������Chancellor Wirth received  members of the reparations" commis-.  ston and, in welcoming them, expressed special pleasure at seieng -~t.~Fia.r-  thou ag the. new chairman.  Dr. Wirth declared that the country  was-eon fronted 'with a winter o ������ starvation -and; cold, as there was 'a shortage^ of - food and coal. ,-. 'Stabilization  of the mark. In ;his ^opinion, was the  first problem requiring solution"."-*- Only-  speedy action, he said, could save tne  situation., and Oermany's productive  capacity. *   *".    -'���������������������������.*'���������     - ������������������  Try these  e    ������     -.  aisin  s.  ���������save baking at home  i        B  Shortage of Rain ������t Coast' j  .Vancouver.���������^The   close   of   a   fairly i  wet  October.finds'Vancouver  still   13 |  inches of rain short of Us annual aver- \  age rainfall as at October. 31. . !  _������Ke| Has Raisecl  A Family Of Ten  DR.   FOWLERS  EXTRACT OF  WILD STRAWBERRY  NEVER FAILED HER*  I  Mrs.   JSrvin w.- Stairs,  East.  ville, - N.B..  writes:  r  Water-  _ . _.       I have  raised a  samily ot' -ten children and have*always used Dr: Fowler's Extract^of  Wild. Strawberry for summer' complaint, nnd it has never failed. .  Four years ago, when the cholera  was about, some of my neighbors called in- the. doctor, but could get no relief, r I told them about 'Dr. Fowler's,'  and after taking it they .were soon  well again, I also used it for two ot  my own children at the same time  when they were passing blood, and a  few doses soon made them well."  - it j'ou want to be on the safe side  ask for Dr. FOwler's Extract of Wild  Strawberry, and' insist * on getting  what; you ask for. There are many  imitations on the market, so be sure  and get the original "Dr. Fowler's";  price, 50e a bottle; put up only by The  "1\ Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto. .Ont.  THERE are luscious raisin pies just arpund the  corner, at your grocer's or a  bake shop.  Baked to a turn���������a ~~*ky  crust filled with tender,  tempting raisins, the rich  juice   iornaing: a    delicious  sauce.' '- .y  *.-'��������� .  Once try tnese pies that  master bakers bake fresh daily  in your city and you'll nevei  take the ..trouble afterwards  to make raisin pies at home.  Z   Get a pie now and let your  men folks taste it. .  ' ,'*'  ,* Made with tender, tKin-skinned,  meaty, seeded Sun-Maid Raisins^  Raisins furnish 1560 calories  of   energizing   nutriment  per  pound in practically predigested  form.  Also a _fine content of food-  iron���������good food for the blood.  Use raisins frequently, therefore, which are both good and  /good.for you, in puddings caies^  cobkies,etc * ��������� "*-"*,  You   rsay  he   offered   other  brands that you know less well  than Sun-Maids, but the kind  you want is the kind you know  is good. Insist, therefore^ on  Sun-Maid brancl. They cost no .  more than ordinary j-alsms.  'Mail coupon for free book  of tested Sun-Maid recipes.  Learn what you can do with  -''luscious raisins.  e-Smpreme-'Pie Raiism  Sisb.-Mai^i '���������;. Raisia  ���������   '-Membership 13,000    _  ���������  -Fresno, Galiformta  ������*rfV* ATAfi Jm  V-  CUT THIS OUT AND SEND IT  Blue Packagi-  Sim-Mai-d Raisin Growers.  ������ept.   N-534-7,   Fresno,  California.  1      Please send me copy_of your free book,  I  "Recipes with Raisins.''' v  | Name _    Jj Street....'  .   | City..  _*- State.   Satisfies the sweet tooth, and  -���������aids appetite and digestion^  Cleanses mouth and teeth.  A great hoon to smokers,  relieving hot, dry mouth*  Combines pleasure and  benefit*  Don't miss the joy of the  new HIPS���������-the candy-coated  peppermint tid bit!  Chew it after every meal.  Packed!  Tights  Kept  Minhit  Roman Premier  Sends Greetings  Address Sent to Bonar. Law Conveying  Assurance of Solidarity  Among  Allied Nations ,    .  Rome.���������Benito Mussolini hats sent a  message to .the Mrltislx Prime. Minis ter,  Mr. Bonar LaAV, and the Froneh .Pre-  lui-er, M. Poincare, anhounoinfe his ac-  cession to the premiership as "the representative of Ifaliau Weals.'horn at,  Vtttoria. Veneto." The message coixr  v eya cordial greetings and assurance  of solidarity among the allied nations,  which, Mussolini adds, "I regard as  indispensable for the effectiveness of  their political action,"    ,     ,     .  A communlciuo Issued by lhe commander or ,i,he llomau Legion an-  nwuncca -tliat, by Fremler Mwa'soliul's  in������truction, any action taken by the  Fascist!, .either collectively or Individ-  usilly, wlitch ia directed mgainst Cowi-  inwniats or persona presumed' "t<J be  CommunistB, -will be repressed with  the utmost severity, and the responsible leaders prosecuted a.nd puutwheil  iu un 4ji.4jwi.lufy ni'iaumer.  Alsace-Lorraine After Se{f-Government  ������������������ KoImar^Msacer���������Autonomy and neutrality toj- Alsaee-LorraiDe is ihe moving spirit behinri preparations which  are being made for an international  conference to be held" here this fall:  Friends of the movement are to be  invited also from; Switzerland,. Eng-  -land, Denmark, .Italy, Sweden, Norway, -Holland, Spain."*Am-erina, and  other countries. 'm~      '   '  Violent Deaths In Toronto  Toronto.���������Violent deaths iu_Toronto  for October reached the high mark of  36, an unusqal record.  . Ffoating Mfnes Still a Weciace  .Stockholm.���������All ships leaving ports  on the Baltic Sea have been warned of  the renewed!,,danger or. mines, many of  which have -been found in various  parts of the^'sea during the last month.,  The sea was reported lo be mine  free after German boats-had been .sent  to clear' the waters last summer. It  is now alleged that this job was not  well done, and that there is, still much.  danger from these -floating derelicts.  Ships   Founder  In  Storm  San Salvador, Republic of Salvador.  ���������Several vessels have foundered in a.  gale along the Pacific coast.  Two Killed in Airplane Collision  Honolulu.���������L.I. V. Hynes and SerRl"  R-oss, of the Sixth United States. Pursuit Squadron, TAikeflold, worn kilted  mid Captain T, \V. Allen und Lieut, A.-  F. HebbuTd, SehoiSloki liuvracks, were  Injured, when two army nii-plan*?-;  collided. .      ��������� ...  WEnard'i L������nlme(vt For DJ*������t������nipt*r  W.     U.     U.     M4G  b\i:  UNLESS you see the name'''Bayer5" on Ubkts, yoi������  are not getting Aspirin at all  Accept only an  "unbroken package" o  Aspirin/" which contains directions and  physicians during- 22 years and  proved  Colds  Toothache  Pisrache  Headache  Neuralgia  Lumbago  f "Bayfir Tablets of  dose worked out by  safe by millions for  Rheumatism  Neu rill is  fir* Zt-*  tf*t~t * tr*  t    x.l II  Handy "Bn.ji'cr" \>,iy..   nf 1*2 tftlV-N-t������������������������������ A'h.io- hmtth-- ci 2*5 and 100���������Dra^glstSL  ^tH>tL*3a lit Die Ivuiln rviark (r<-B*liii<������r*cil ir������ f*ttn*<.ta> of l  *~~i\~~,~Mt-~t~r ������t H������\licyilc������Lcl<l. Whllo It 1* well know  wnanufH<-������i������T^ ttr Kifinlnt. Onr* pijMln uer*A<nnt Umlfn fl^nw th  -mill  ~m litaunp-t'tt   witb   iUttttr *-������uer������I  ir������4������  tmu U.  tbe  injusr MABVJCAciure <at it*������mv  n CJ.U.C Atsi'ain tni*j.r.n l>a.yi*sr  n T*t:.!������tB ������9   Ha.'f*r I'.-.rr-l'ttSKtf  ���������'Wtt-yer t~ratm."  ^ss_______\  BMwB^Wro?WBBBBBKBgBiKmiB ������������������v-mnt~"t~,*-**nr������.  ^.'���������i**.^.'^^^  THE  CRESTON REVIEW  THE GRESTON REVIEW  issued every Friday at Creston, |?.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advanced  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes. Editor and Owner,  ORESTON. B.O., FRIDAY. NOV. 10  The Valley's Memorial  A memorial Worthy of the cause,  and the men who served in its be^  half, and an unveiling that in every  detail bespoke full appreciation of  our citizens of the tremendous effort  their ability to give and   the great  cause that  shonid   summon   forth  unstinted   generosity,  the Review  believes that special mention is des  erved by  Robert Stark, chairman  of the permanent   memorial   com  mittee,   and   H,    B. Downs,   who  designed the  monument  and gave  freely much of his time supervising  its erection.  As directing head of the memorial coKSKtittee Mr, Stark encountered numerous aggravating  situ a-  al fitness of thongs that he should  be the central figure of Saturday's  ceremonies, and that his choice "was  a decidedly wise one was revealed  in the well-reasoned and briefly  stated-address delivered by him.  On severing clerical relations  with Creston some eighteen months  ago :Mr.. Mahood was signally  honored in being given an undenominational presentation on leav  ing. The honor conferred on him  of officiating at . the   unveiling   of  IjOst���������--Latter part   of  October,   on  lower road between rD������cfc Creek and  Sirdar, brown -naackin aw   ddtt't' with  belt.'Z  Reward   to    finder, returning.  to F. J. Klingensmith, Erickeon.  Fo������  Saxe���������Kerosene  slab saw, set  saw is new, en  3ng    cheap.  [Shop, Greston  engine   and  tration,   tpe, go-  Blacksmith*  tions, to state the matter midly, in Creston's outstanding ptibhp mem-  the way of securing the ideal site onai was a well deserved^tribute to  and   then accomplish the  erection | a man zealous in well doing  with-  our citizens of the tremendousettort and   tlien accompnsn ��������� J^-   oufc b   or  h        of ^^ be  and sacrifice of the Valley men who of a grantte  memorial tlatw^Ud  ou g J^*^-     ^  participated in the great war may  well be said of Saturday s proceedings in connection with the Valley's  war memorial.  No appreciation need be written  of tlie memorial itself. A look at  it at once convinces of its everlasting fitness. In the matter of location a very wise choice has been  made,   and     certainly   its   design  give the effect the site demanded,  with the limited funds at his disposal and the all too few monumental creations available at that  sum.  These are the, factors  that large  ly  account  for   tl^e _ somewhat es-  the Children  Teach y������������r children to save their moae^. Start the  boy with a savings baisk accoout, and snconrage him  by supplementing every fifty cents h������ eaves, wit"h  another fifty irorsi jo������? c^rn pocket.   .  AH patrons, Barge or small, are assarsi es-artsons  ������srvlce in every branch of; this hank.  -'-'*''-" *t~~  yond that of being respected in the  community.  The unveiling exercises throughout werp . most appropriate, and  from letters reaching the board of |  trade certainly not" the 'least., appreciative are tbe childreirwho are  it**PE  C. W. AIXAN,  ..     ������F CANADA .-���������" ���������". -  t3RESTON BR&NCH*  Manager*  *  the memorial,   but now   that   the  0,0x*-_mv,f~*ixA wni������l; lias been dedicated  could hardly be improved  upon in|and  thrown   open   for   inspection  any respect.  While the many  who have contributed towrrd   the  financing  of  the memorial are. deserving of com  mendation insofar  as their  contributions   are     proportionate   with  Is there any  Meat fn tne  tract in connection  ment's   erection.    In  ' _       . *   ^ ^r  Tnis is the oxBy viues-  tion that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  -worry?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c*  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock*  products.  t  I  Mr. Stark and his committeemen  are commended on all hands for  adopting the slow but sure policy.  Others deserving of editorial  mention in this connection are Mr.  Wilson, who had the  general con-  with the monu-   ,  all    its   appointments the pillar reflects highest credit   on   Mr.   Wilson's  well  known  ability  in   matters   monumental, while oa the  remuneration  paid him^it may well be  said that  his  workmanship is  only excelled  by the moderate'charge made  for  services weii rendered.  The   choice   of   Rev. J, S. Mahood, to deliver  the unveiling >d-  a  ly  account  for   th^e somewhat ex- ������������������������      -���������  -    - -  tended time   reqiiired   to complete  Particularly grateful to the business  . v    (men of  town  for the free moving  picture show given them and which  in such happy fashion rounded out  a memorable day for all.   ,      "  E'snally we eomme;>d* the efforts  of the \inveiling committee. Every  feat tire of the ceremonial had been  well and carefully planned and jbhe  affair went through without a,  hitch anywhere, and td the evident  satisfaction of all present.  Now that the Valley is posseesed  of a suitable memorial it is to be  hoped a permanent memorial committee will be named, or the monument turned over to the safekeeping of the board of. trade, or some  other active community organization, who will be responsible for  > seeing to it that the pillar always  presents the  best possible   appear-  Hot Airi  and~  Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock of JPipe  and Pipe Fittings on hand.  dress, was   a   particularly   happy |ance- artd to arrange for an annual  one;    For more than three years of decoration day  and accompanying  the war,  even though a  non-resi, exercise8������ in addition to the Armis  dent rector of Christ Churdi,   Mr.  fcice -P8* feattjres that the veterans  Mahood was a   great contributing|^iU insist on being observed,  factor In the   success   of   patriotic  #0r> Winter  m jg  & CO., Ltd.  efforts of many sorts���������often at  much personal inconvenience to  himself-r-besides which he was the  chief speaker at the offiieia! welcome home of the boys in March,  1919. aud in 1917 he dedicated the  wooden memorial tablet at the  bank corner. v  Himselfjbhe father of three sons  who served avereeas, and during  his ministry here so great a favorite, and so well known amongst all  denominations, it was in the eterr-  [\CcwsFob Sai^e���������Young cows, two  and tnree   years-old,   all   have  just  freshened, will be sold with or without  calves, $50 fend up.    Mi's. 'J. B. R-udd  Wvnndel.  JF  We run the Pick of the Pictures only  Mm MSrstheHS  ghee and Harness  Repairing  Men's  Half Soles, $1.25  Women'sHalfSoles,$1.00   "  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Secondhand Store in connection  with business  We have the Brick! '  ���������1. ��������� '  Also Lime, Cement, Shingles, Lath, Mouldings, &e.  We f&iti-~~5ffi&^ **&&  i'-.-'Z^'i,^- Jtio do tnis work.  -Protect your house  from Fare by  huudiw-i  M~S~-~.J~.~L   f*~~.2m_m~m_.m.  Banvon City  LIMITED  '^mt  mm THEATRE  Regular Prices  IH  \  B9  -Vi  ���������&.M*  A shipment of Jaegar All-Wool Goods from  j,, ���������      __m_������������������������������������������������������Z ^^^^^^^^.^      ^^^^^^^^  _tm������������������������������������t������������������������������������������������������������������������.      ^^gSSXOt^^^.      ' BHMS^^ffl^  rJ5i ~SSi wffw J������m^  ^ffl^m   JSUS9 E^&^~^^^Bf  Eff������^^u  ^ffl^M   ^^^W  I^^^^^^^^^m .^^^w  ',y^~^*iis*tpmmm  Suspense���������Big  Thrills-Big   Adventure  Big  Love���������Big Mate��������� And  thc  Biggest  and iVlost   ivousmg v^iiHiet.A  ^vc������   m sufi&  upon  the  Stage !  Boys Coat Sweaters, size 26, STOP; size ^,3.25; size 30, $3.50  **���������*.". *��������� ���������  Children's Sweaters      ||  Men's Sweaters and Sox  Size 20* in white, sspte and navy .$1.50  Size 22, in saxe, navy and brown  1,75  Size 24,in brown, navy and saxe  2,00  Size 26," navy and brown  2,25  Size 28, navy and brown    2,50  Size 30, navy and brown  2.75  Size 32, navy and brown    3.00  '- '������������������ -  ' '  Ladie^ Hose in  black, brown  and heather mixture.  *��������� **  Ask for an Illustrated Jaeger Catalogue and Price List  Men's Sweitter Coats, iii grey and  heather.. .;  ...6.00 and $ 7.50  Men's Sleeveless Sweaters.:....     5.o0  Men's Heather*Sox 75c. and'" 1.00  Men's Black Cashmere Sox...75c. &    1.00  Men's   Black   Sox   in  Silk   "Embroidered .......';..',..'..'. :..... ,1.;......,  1.25  **.  ^���������ftk misj^ raHW g^R^ ^^^^ ^^sws ^* m ^^k ^H ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^   K& Efe ���������~ ^^^y u 5     ^^ ^ ��������� H ra ^^^H H^H fflw ^BkB Wy  B imWrWB������   mm^& B HBRsS      B������f0B Do.".0fl*fi8������l SI pH^pL*     '%91u9BwlI    mi B  *%& s taess "tar B *m< a *-      - - - ��������� ��������������������������� -^ ��������� rr^.  LIMITED  *^maE������������������Mat THE  CRESTON  REYIEW  Local and Personal  TURNIPS���������Field turnips, $35 a  F. B, Pearce. '; ���������  ton.  For Sams���������Coal heater, in good  shape, $10. Morrow's Blacksmith  Shop. Creston.  Bjrth���������-At Nanaimo, B.C.. to 'Mi*,  and Mrs. Campbell   Dow,   a; SOn,   on  'Noyember lOfch.  t -   - -  -.������������������.-��������� "."������������������ --    " *   -        .-"."���������. .*���������      .    .- -  R. B> Staples was a business visitor  at Calgary a couple of days the .fore  part of the week.  Mrs. JBartiuff, of Portland* Ore., is  a visitor Here at present with .her si ���������  ter, Mr 6. H. Chris tie.  For Sale���������Set light wagon springs.  1500 lbs., neyer, been used. $15������  Arthur Collis, Creston;  Gas Bn-ghne For Sawee���������5 h.p.  Stsckney engine, in good shape, ^173.  V/m. Browell, Canyon.  ��������� . ?''**  Mrs. Hopwood and children  return  ed on -Friday  front   a  three   months'  holiday with  relatives at Vancouver.  Wanted���������For spot cash, drfivered  at my barn, two tons  of good clover  hay. state price, and* see T. Mawson,  ��������� '.Creston. '���������'-.���������' -*���������       i--P*'- ��������� -���������   -,'..... : *  Chicfcering piano, good tone,  t^cash or ierna-8.   Apply   E. W. Ryek  Vnan, plumber, Creston. .  **.    '-"    ���������- ���������       "P.  Mr. and Mrs. Doble and family, who  have been residents   here ��������� for   almost  ������225 j ,   Provided Free Movies  the past: two years, left at the end of  the week for Standpoint, Idaho, where i  they will for the present mate their |  home. Miss Alice Taylor^ accompanied '  them.  .  The following are the business  men responsible for nutting on  the much appreciated free moving  picture show for the children on  Armistice afternoon at the Grand;  B. S. Bevan.        ' C. W. Allan  W. H. Crawffoi% C..G. Bennett.  ing last, and the desk containing all  his papers was ransacked but so far as  can be learned nothing; off value was'  carried off. :  There was a fair turnout at the open  meeting of the Ratepayers' Associ  ation on v Thursday - night last,  at which a -couple of resolutions deal*  ing with taxation tnatters. were adopted arid will be forwarded the author*  ities at "Victoria.  The G.W.V.A. had no trouble dis-  posing of their alloted supply of 300  French poppies in connection with Armistice D*ay. The vets, have decided  io abandon the club feature of their  effort, and instead will have regular  monthly sessions.  . Norman Moore, district forester off  East Kootenay. was here on Monday*  for: the hearing of the apppeal case by  Judge Thompson'. He states that  considtTable export lumber business  with1 the "U.S. "is being missed due  to.tbe shortage of cars for this class of  trade.   " -���������-...:    ���������--���������  C. B. Garland.  C F. Hayes.  Geo. Johnson.  Lidgate Bros.  Bert Norris.  S. A. Speers.  Beattie-Oatway.  Dr. Henderson.  Mawson Bros. ~  F. C. Rodgers,  C. O. Rodgers.  B. B. Staples.  Kitchener where, we hear, he has  a  position as timber scaler.  Bfis? "Wiley* an arrival fronts the  prairie, is occupying Fred Taylor's  former homeat tbe back of the Collis  ranch.  J. H. Webster has been busy haul-  There was a. dance at   the school-  house on Saturday night in the nature  of  a   sendoff   for   A.   H.   Bernhard.'  Williams and Harry Helme,  who are  due to spend the winter working at I **" ~Z_ZZ.~'  Z^ s��������� ������������������������.*���������;������������.>������ ���������*������;������  Hnra  x_.-r.x-      Z i      ���������        a."-**-t" t. I anaddition he is putting to nis  nam  the Contmentel inine at KlQckmann, I "_a ^mw afco(,  passed  during  ������9 contributed  day night, 18th*;   Gentlemen 50 cents.  Ladies please bring lunch.  On the evening of Wednesday, Nov.  22nd, at-8 o'clock-prompt, there will  be a whist drive in the old Xchoolhouse  the admission to which will; be 25  cents. A; committee of ladies will  provide the refreshments.  Idaho.   The hat was  the eyening and about  to the piano fund.  "*5>������ ' ,���������^*~  Lister was very largely reprehted at  the un vetli-hRT^exercises at Creston on  Saturday, this area contribnting poss- j  ibly the majority of the uniformed  men on parade. About thirty of the  children were also present and much  appieciatedthe free moving/,picture  show after th   unveiling.  ing lumber from the Winlaw mill, for  an addition h*  and. hay shed.  JElroy  Jackson and Tom Anderson  MJmietP  Mrs.   Vine,** Liddicoatt,    who    has  been with -Vine, at 'Nakusp the past  :'  F.C. Barnes, managing  director of j  the O.U.G., Vernon,  was   here   on   al    For Saturdao night, Nov. 25������h man-  ibusinesa visit a cotiple of days the first f "B** Kodgers hks booked two feature  of the week. I nlnss whieh will go on at thejegnlar  M������i&������ &Bd8ngg ',  Mrs. Fred Taylor and two children  are absent at present on  a visit with!  friends at the coast.  are busy in the timber near the former's ranch, cutting ties on a contract  they have with the C.P.R.  Frank Simister is tLoing some clearing on the Caven place,  whieh he ac-  quited   at  the    government  sale  of  lands.    He has also   erected   a   small  residential shack on the place.  Mra. Stace Smith and Ron and Miss  Ruth Smith left a few days for Victoria, where, we hear,   they will spend  the wSoteff.'"-' "  :   vRod and Creel in   British: ^6iumV!  bin, "by Bryan Williams, former B.C.  Game Warden,    Copies may be had at  Mawson firos.  Mrs. Corp. Smith and children returned on Saturday from Cranbrook.  where they had been yisiting friends  for a few days.  For   Sals���������One ton    Ford    truck.  I nirasn whieh will go on at  admission price. He will have a<Carn-  eron of the Royal Mounted," from the  hook, "*Sergt. Cameron," by Ralph  Connor, and the Chaplin comedy,  "Shanghaied^  . Thursday . evening, -Novem ber 90th  is the date of the   Methodist   Ladies*  Aid annual chicken supper, which will  be served  in Speers' Hall front 6 to 8  o'clock.   Pumpkin pie will he another  Also three horses weighing from 1400 I feature off the** menu   and  the ad mis-  to 1600 lbs., including harness.    H. S. | sion is 50 cents to all over school age  McCreath Creston.  Gus. Erickson of Invermere was  here for^ the unveiling exercises on  Saturday,- spending the week-end With  Mr. and Hrs. Bennett.  For Saxk���������Set teals' sleighf. 2-inch  runners, new; also set driving sleighs,  with" box and two seats. Morrow's  Blacksmith Shop, Creston.  and 25 cents to school childaeiu  *.���������'""      '  '-'.-      * *!  Mrs.   Henderson   and   Mrs:   James  broke all. records for int*ake at an  afternoon tea, their effort at the Hen.;  derson home on Armiettse afternoon*  accounting for cash receipts Of $32.  Ta-^h? hospitality was very^ fully appreciated bv many who wei* in at-*-  tendance at the unveilin g exercises.  few months, was here for a few days,  the guest of Mrs. -Rowbury, ��������� but is  leaving   immediately   ff������.r   a   visit   at\  Cranbrook. ' ��������� ������������������ -r-  Ma. ancf Mrs. Ivor Christensen and  family are leaving- .this week, for the  coast, wiseE**������ .the-v esnect  to snend the  winter. x'   ,y-,,  ' '-*.':*!���������'**,  , The ideal autumn weather that prevails is enabling the ranchers to complete a large amount of fall ploughing.  Mr. YerburyfV sr., had the  bad luck \  to have his  work horse drop, dead on  him while on the  trip to Creston, Sat  urday,   for; the   unveiling  exercises  necessitating him pulling the rig home  afoot from a gpointj. well into the timber limit. '".-'''   .-  **������V       -*;..'*'".*.,.  Ernest Langston has just been notified of hife permanent appointment as  Creston Vaiiey agent for the B.C.  Nurseries Company, Ltd. As soon as  he gets things in shape fox winter  Mr. Langston. proposes to make a ean-  j vass of tbe Valley for orders for trees  The residt*n������e of^ Col." >l.ister is - reported hurgalrized on Thursday morn-  Mr. and MrsJ Dick Smith are now  resident at Yahk, Where Dick, has" a  job for the winter.     Jack Smith is at  ORCHARD   LAMP FOR  SALE  Whole or part of 35-acre ranch for  sale, bearing orchard, two creeks  through property, irrigation possible.  Further particulars fiom ARTHUR  pOLLlS. Creston. -  UoNotLose mtrarest  savixi^*  4>y   delaying   to   deposit   your  TF you cannot visit us perspnauy,  ��������� sendi your deposits by maiL Have  the satfefecdon of knowing that your  xnoney is safely protected and is  earning interest regularly. ss������  1  ^ IkV A,  IDA  $S~_*Mam_i  T. Lytle, leweler, who has been at  his ranch at Crawford Bay for some  weeks, returned on Friday and has reopened his jewelry store again.  At their November nieeiinff ������a  Tuesday night Greston board of tirade  decided that the usual banquet would  be a feature of the annual meeting.  ... ''"-.���������.*������������������'������������������    ���������     ���������    ������������������--���������-':.:.-��������� "i*  A 10 cent tea in aid of the Women's  Institute will he held at the home of  Mrs. C. B. Garland, 3 to 8 o'clock,  Thursday afternoon. November 23rd,  FosSaue���������53 shares in the Canadian U.S.A. Oil and Refining ^Corporation stocky Present price $1.60 per  share.   What offers.. Box 52, Creston.  Just arrived u full line of  suit and  "  overcoat samples front  the  Tip  Top  Tailors.   Only" one  price,   $27.50  for  either  suit    Or    overcoat.     Mawson  ���������.Bro8.        ��������� j  i  RESERVE FUND       ��������� . ��������� . .   -        $i|,00������,uua  CRESTON BRANCH, C 6. Bennett, Manager.  The Catholic Club open the social  Beaaon tonight with a whist drive in  Speers* Hall, commencing nt 8 prompt,  with the admission at 60 cents, whit-h  includes supper.     '  The baskets, balls, and other equip-1  ment arrival   on   Saturday   arid   the  basketball     enthusiasts    commenced  practices at the fall fair main buildinfl  on Tuesday night.  Barber Shop���������I haye taken over  the harbor shop tn the Auditorium  hall. Up to the minute hair cutting,  pomps a specialty. Let the kiddies  come,   Dick Randall, barber.  After an absence of seyeral months  Harry Oarey Is to pay a return movie  -visit and will be seen in his latest and  biggest success, "The Kick-Back." at  tho Grand on Saturday night.  The Presbyterian   Ladies* Aid   are  having their annual sale of UBeful nnd  fanoy  needlework,    cooking,   candy,  etc., on Tuesday afternoon, Dec. I2th  3 to 5.80, Speers' Hall.    Afternoon tea  will Ibe served.  For Sauk���������Fine registered Jersey  heifer, two yearo old, aire St. Onon,*  Count Cicero; dam Brampton Lady  Leda, Full sister averaged two  pounds of butter per day when fresh.  'Carl Wigen, Wynndel.  The-school children -wfiro most'successful in the sale of tags for the raising of funds to defray tho co&t off ono  of the bronseo wreaths on thn, soldi ern*  memorial pillar. ������ Their effort netted  almost $50 for the good cause.  I'or Christmas remembrance nothing  could bo more appropriate than a personal street!ng card. Three bookaof  Humph* of these to choooo tfrnni at the  Beattie Oatway stare***. Timo to ord<*r  now,    Ob Hatnmu ia hardly Q wc-eku oft.  '' C. Robinson, of the dining ear ser.  Vice.'Calgary.-who   purchased   a   ten  acre tract at Canyon City about six  years ago. and has   had   considerable  clearing.done on It,   was   here   for, a  couple" oT*d3y������ * lastx Week arranging for  naving the balance got ready  for cultivation and he will plant   it   out   to  orchard in the spring.     He   was  ac-  *Ri>nr>panied by Mrs. Robinson.  Quite a good   turnout  greeted   the  Women's institute ladies at their Armistice eve whist   and   dance   fn   the  Parish Hall on Fridav night, the prizes at cards going to Mrs. W. H. CrAw-  fford and H, ^^almsley.     After a sub  Btantial supper had been served  Mis.  Foreman and Alex. Lidgate provided  music for a couple of hours* dancing.  The   evening's    intake.  was. in"  the  neighbm-hnod of $70.  -Rev,  and   Mrs. Varley   entertained  the members of Christ Church congregation informally at the Pariah  Hall  on" Wednesday night, cards being the  feature of the evening with about an  I boor'a dancing after lunch had  been  served.    It is   likely   thebe  functions  will he monthly features nf congregational social life this winter, the opener befog largelv   attended   -and   very  much enjoyed.   The winners at cards  were Mrs. Norvis and Mr. Ebbutt.  Ford Touring Car f.o.b. Ford, Ontario  Judge Thompson of Cranbrook was  here on Monday afternoon for the purpose of hearing the appeal taken by  the Wynndel ranchers who last month  were fined for setting ont fires in July  without a permit,   notwithstanding  the provisions of the Noxious Weeds  Act that states  that noxious   weeds  must be J-turned.   C. B. Garland  appeared  on   behalf  of   the Wynndel  farm-ors, and W, A. Niobot of Cranbrook looked after the cast, for the forestry   department,     Judgnlent   was  reserved.  .:���������"-���������-*;.  f������r*Z.      I -**   '  Mr.^and Mtb, W. Cooper and young  son are home from their visit with  friends in Manitoba ancl other points  east.  Ashley Cooper & Sous wero busy  th������ in tier part of tlio woek loading  out a car of npploa for an Alberta  buyer.  Miss Mario Hagen left on Tuesday  for Oranhrook, whore she Id visiting  frixsnds for a ffow days.'  Mlfisas Florence and Mvrlo Bathie,  who have been at Willow Point foi?  ������wi'* M������w������������. nr������rl<w������*Hl homm cm TinBBclay.  There will ~.e t. United Farmers'*'  dan-co in tho old Bchoolhouac on Bmtur-  iNew Prices on all Models  '  Chassis .. ��������� $34& Z  Runabout...   403  Tourintt���������������������������  44S  _. Tmcfc Chassis  '49S  Coupe. ...........I....  G9&  Sedan .  78S  Tho above prlceB ar������ f.o,b. Foi rl, Ont. I  Starting and electric lighting' an ���������  ChasBlB,   Runabout,  Touring,   Truck  Chassis $8fi extra.     -  On Coapei   and   Sedan,  starting  and  eloctrlc ItR-htlng: arts -standard  equipment,  p   announcing   a   price  of  $445 for the Ford Car in  Canada,    the    Ford    Motor  Company of Canada* XAmitedp  have made good the manufke-  tnring ideal of Henry Ford���������  a   car   so   low in   price���������so  honest in manufioujtnre^���������quality so backed by service of a  kind   undreamed  of  by any  other   manufacturer���������that   it  is  available   to the smallest  purse. * ^  xAt tbe same time there are  closed models of beauty,  manufactured and serviced in  the same -way for those who  can pay more for added  comfort,  H^        _ ^^\ S***^  -^Jgsg^ H    iffl   ra ^S   ffl #***^R    H^ H   ffl^    IH' *H ^^^^S^ ������������,    *W B^,^!   IS  jp ^SJ^F H!      Wr  C'FCStOfl������   O^Ci  Ht������ S** EJI^VAiNf IProp,  ���������a^awsmuwaiti^^  mwujaiiaaMMiiiiwiwwimiwifiiiwiiw������w L-f^.--  raEKEVIEW, dUSSTON. B. fe  r  :  :.  Kit  ������2 ���������:>!������������������  I*  hp breaking up congestion  Most aches of rheumatism arise  from cong-estion.* Apply Sloan's.  Don't rub. It penetrates to the  sore spot, starting the blood cire-  dilating. This reduces painful  congestion���������-the inflammation  vanishes.    ; .-..-  Try Sloan's on sprained, braised muscles, on aching* backs and neuralgia.  Try it on that "cold in the chostj*  Madg in- Canada  SJbasTe iJk&metot-kilfcptifni  *������K=  ������s  ~i  da!  ��������� BY   Elinor marsden ewot  1  Published, by Special Arrangement  with-'the Author  )))  1  i (Continued)  "Wriat was the most interesting  tase that you ever nursed?"! asked.  ��������� "The one that introduced me to 'the  Bar B," returned Mrs. Bingham  ixromptly. "Did Mary not- tell you  now I meet niy husband?"    ���������* '}''���������/.  "No," r replied. "Please tell me?  I hope I am not inquisitive, but I do  lore 'truly' stories just as much as  Sunny does." ^   "  "'It is a wonder that Mary did not  mention it," Mrs. Bingham began;  "she- never; forgets; to remind me.ot  ther fact that I broke all my solemn  vows  and  married  a  patient.  "Seven years ago this summer I was  vjsiting Dr. ajQ/d^Mrs. Randall in Carbon  City,  when one day   a  call came  for the doctor to go out to see a'man  who had been badly hurt while breaking a young horse.      The doctor was  away   all   night   .and   when   he   c-ame  back   he   told   Mrs.   Randall   and   me  what he had found���������a mart with a leg,  broken    in    two    places7,a dislocated  fjhoulder,   and   bruises   from /head   to  foot.       That  man  was  Mr.  BJngham.  Tho doctor knew him slightly and so  did Mrs. Randall, and they were plainly -worried to think that he could not  possibly receive proper attention.      So  1n a fit of temporary aberration I volunteered  to go out to  the ranch and  .rxsvBe him!      There  was not another  nurse closer than  Medicine  Hat,  and  th������   doctor,   manlike,   jumped   at   nfy  offer, In spite of the objections of his  wife.       Before   I  had   time  to  change  my mind he had 'phoned to the hotel  and  told Don Livingstone  to call for  me  on hi~  way home  (Don had come  1n  with   th**   doctor   for   some   greatly  needed  sickroom  supplies;   I   had  not  met Mm b������?!'ore>. given rne numerous  rttrpotlor***  and   some     warnings,    and  hurrted   off   to   another   oase,   leaving  me   to   pack   my  suitcase  !n fear and  tremhlioc  SAVED HER FROM  RATION  So  Thinks   Mrs.   Tracey of  Ontario,  Regarding Lydia  ������. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound  KnJRhtington.     Ontario.���������"I     took  3L.yd*la ID.  Pinkham's Vegetable Com-  Iili tii"t i'liijii| iii V iiii pound at the change  (||lU^^ffluJJ||| that xvomen often  X.had not been well  for a year and waa  not really able to  do my work. A  friend who Dad  taken tho Vegetable  Compoun-t! kernel ������  recommended It to  me and r think Its  ii.se- saved me from  an operation, I highly recommend  It to nil \voTTK*n who have tr-ouhJept  ilk-n mirifl. and am willlnu for you  to xwfi my testimonial."���������Mas. Da kick.  J, Tuacky, Knlghtlngton, Ontario.  Rrvrn-A P^ma!** troubler may .hraxiffa.  -itifr1t*nt. ri-:if'h p *'������r������fA wh^n f������n ���������op'-rft*-  tJOTi in neces'-iary. But the mare com-  trinn, n.UnwuitK .'*)*(>��������� not Ih** hi.)rgleal  ���������onn*i; they uro not cause'"! by aertona  t'\~\fi\-,]iic.a.iu.ntH, tumors or growths, although thc. Hyn-jptoms cnay appear the  When   dlhturblnK   bympLoma   firitt  ;..-|>poar   take    Lyrlla    EL    Pinkham'a  "VViK^tAhlo   Compound   to   re-li*sv������i   thi.  pronri *   dinirer.B   and   prevent  mor������  iM������*ir| rn*������������'   * yyiyyi]'.-v..  W.     N.     li.     JUt*  "If I had retained any illusions regarding my profession I should have  lost them immediately upon . seeing  my patient and his surroundings. The  surroundings were the-worst���������for in  spite of the fact that Jack's distinguished countenance w7as. inore or  less obscured by a three days' growth  of beard, he looked quite safe and  harmless.- But he and Don lived; in  the bunk-house with the men, and the  place was hot and untidy, and stuffy  with stale tobacco-smoke���������imagine a  sick man in such .b. -sick-room!.���������: I  must confess that I have beenln many  worse houses lots of time, houses  where several servants were" kept, for  the bunk-house was clean in a, primitive, masculine way.  "Secure in my uniform, I assumed  command at once, and inside of ten  minutes had Don and the'men well in  hand. Dr. Randall had told me to  have the men set up a tent for me and  my patient, and it- was not long be- j  fore this" was. done.:.* Moving-* the  patient was not'so easy a task���������I suppose it hurt his dignity to he carried  on a cot; but finally this too was accomplished.  -"Westerner as I am, I had never before slept outside, and the" first night  in the tent was not strictly enjoyable.  My patient was restless and feverish,  so 1 was up several times, and each  time I went back to my side of the  curtain it was- harder to go to .sleep  than the time before. And when I  got up in the morning a garter-snake  was curled neatly under my bed! I  threw a boot at it, and as I watched  it wriggle away I pitted for home and  mother.  "For the two weeks I was at the  ranch I never saw .a -woman, except  once when Mrs. Randall came out with  the doctor. But the cowboys were a  compensation; it was -lovely to see  them falling over each other to do  things for nie, and Don was a tower |  of strength in himself. Mr. Bingham-  says that he is still jealous of Don!  "For the first few days Jack was a  ��������� model patient;* Then he had a shave,*  and at once became cross. Really/  cross is no name for the way he behaved! He had never been ill a day  in his. life, and the enforced quiet told  bnhls nerves, I -suppose; and theD,  -too, his .leg had---been- so long unset  -before, the doctor-^ reached him that  ther-e* was considerable inflammation;  so he had a great deal of pain. You  may think that he is quiet and not  given to unnecessary speech, but I can  assui-e vou that at times his vocabulary is nothing short of marvellous.  - "At the end of two weeks Dr. Randall decided that the men could in  future' do all that was necessaiw for  my patient, so I went back to Carbon  City! . I thought, at that time that .I  never wanted'to see a ranch again,  but    .    .    ."  "You changed your mind?" I suggested, fearful that. I was not goi**"*  to hear the end of th������ story.  "No, I diefn't ���������. Mr. Bingham, changed  it /for me," ^Mrs.^Binghahi^replied.  "He wrote every week, anel" made  numerous 'business irips' to Winnipeg  after I went home, and at last I had  to marrj' him, to get rid of.him." ,..  The Bingham, are not, noticeably  sentimental.  Four weeks from the day'T went  into quarantine Mrs. Bingham let me  sit out on the balcony. Mr. Bingham  and" Sunny, Mrs. Davidson and Mr.-  liivingstone stood on the ground below���������Romeo and Juliet up to date���������  and we all talked at once until "the  nurse" ordered me back to my little  bed.- From that time on I went out  every day, and almost before I knew  it two weeks had passed and I was  free once more.  We had a flurry of snow yesterday,  and the air is pleasantly, frosty, but  the sunshine is as bright as ever.' '" I  have had a drive ^very day since I  came out of quarantine, but I am not  yet allowed to ride, 1 am afraid that  Cupid will grow fat and lazy.      I had  been counting on.sleigh-rides, but they  tell me that the little bit of snow that  does fall here never lasts long enough  to make good sleighing. The hills  are scarcely Browner- than when I  came; nothing but-the colder air and  the absence of flowers mark the  change from summer to winter. That  is hardly true, though;, there is a subtle and indefinable*sffence-which tells  that Nature is sleeping:���������what a very  poetical sentence for Elinor to be  guilty off After all, the silence may  only mean, that the flies no longer  buzz, the mosquitoes no longer sing,  and the crickets no longer chirp.  (To be continued)  Photographs By Radio  It may soon, he possible to send  photographs by radio .to all parts of  lhe world. In England a radio company has been conducting experiments  and photographs have been -received  by radio. The invention is still in  the experimental stage.. The pictures  which have been received by General  Radio Company ' were wirelessed  direct on to a specially made sensitive  celluloid film, which was afterward  developed.  '������news Strengt  Where there is  need for a building-up tonic after  prostrating illness,  I  Dye Q!d Dress  Or Drapery In  Diamond!  Dyes  Fine Soldiers In Turk Army  'j The greater part of Kemal Pasha's  army is composed of Anatolian hill-  men, who make fine soldiers. T2aey=  may be relied on to hold any position  until they are killed or die of starvation. Their mountain physique and!  their military traditions make them  formidable adversaries, as the Greeks  found to their cost.  Buy ''Diamond Dyes" and follow cne  simple directions in every -package.  Don't wonder whether you can. dye or  tint successfully, because ..perfect  home dyeing is .guaranteed with Dl���������-  mond Dyes even if * you have, .neyer  dyed before. Worn, . f ad ed,.. dresses,  skirts, waists, coats, sweaters, stockings, dra.peries, hangings, everything  become like new again. Just tell  your druggist ' whether . the material  you wish to dye is wool or silk, or  whether it is linen,  cotton, or mixed  I   ~rxrx*~  t^vjtjtxis.  DianiuDd Dyes  never streak.  ] spot, fade, or run.  Among- the famous na4m.es hi "the  New York' telephone directory are  Dante, Byron, Swift, Macaulay, Dickens, Aramis, Athello, Walter Scott au3  Pickwick. -  taken regularly, usually  spells renewed strength  m and vigor.  ���������VScott & Bowjiev 'for-onlo. Oiit  'Electric  Heating  In  Ontario  Electric heating has become so pop- '  ular that fuses have    blown    out    ivs  transformer     stations,     owing   )o   the  heavy  load.       The   experts   say   (bat  electric heating generally is economf-  ieally Impossible, but it is saving .thou-\  sands of homes right now,from being  ice-houses.���������-From   the  Mail  and   Empire....     .. :-.      ���������   *./ ...,;.* *.,.,, * . :: "  DR.    MINARD,    Inventor    ������f    the  Celebrated  .. MINARD'S MNIMENT .  .ANY people, who cannot drink tea  arid cbffefe.without suffering from the effects ------  of the c^ffieihe these beverages contain, have found health and  satisfaction in the daily use of fragrant, delicious Instant Postuaix  " If you find that you are nervous and restless���������that you lie  awake at night���������your own good sense will tell you. th*rt tea and  coffee are-not good for you.  Then quit tea and coffee for awhile and use Instant Postum  instead. You'll find it wholesome, healthful and delightful, with.  a full, rich~fiavor and a delicate aroma that never fail to please^  and satisfy". ���������  A.t your Grocer's in sealed, air-tight tins.  "There's a Reason''  for  Agenerou? sfctnpl<< tin  of Instant Postum  pent, postpaid, fo������ 4c.  In   stamp s.    Writ-ns  C*knadia-n Poatum Or������������tl Co., Ltd., 45 Front Sw E., Toronto.    Factorys.Windsor, Ontario  , > BEvanAOE  1. tl4JI,H"l li^.S'.*1"'  ttiu-uti H't'* .tffl'f  >!^f^i*^^^  ^i^fi-im^m-mi^--*  imiiiMiiiwiiiiiM XHK'REVIEW. CJUSSTON, B. C  -������ar������-8  T-.-T-l ."BT^   -P   -   amac JL?oes nie  Work,^ States  Rickson :  ^  Still another -who -vouches Gor the  fact that "Tanla-c* makes iyou je'at bet-  -ter, sleep1 better, work better and1 feel  better," is-Jerry Rickson, 1001, 4th St.  West,; Calgary ,Alberta,\Cahada. Mr.  Rickson7 said:'      - -~-~- ;-  "For four years I was in a terribly  run-down "condition, and kept, getting  worse. I was In" such bad shape 1  fell off; fro in a hundred'and-fifty-eight  .pounds ib a hundred and thirty, and I  tell you it took a mighty effort for me  fo keep on working. My nerves were  very shaky, and 1 got but very little  rest nights!' My appetite dwindled to  almost nothing and even wrheft"I '���������. did  venture to eat a regular .meal 11 did  me np good whatever. ;  Z4l saw by the papers where Tanlac  w-asr being praised- by lots pf people,  so rs'larted taking it, and I sure 'am  glad- I diet. Five bottles put nie* in  flue shape again. I eat liearty/-sleep  souudly,  and  have  gained back, a lot  ���������-of ray lost weight:      Tanlac^'oes the  work: -without a doubt; and I .am lnore  than glad to recommend it."*_ i?Z'i,i.j':  i Tanlac is sold by all good .dr!tg������Tsis"  MONEY ORDERS  Pay your  out of town accounts by  Dominion    Express     Money   Orders.       Five  dollars  -costs* three--c������nts.   ���������-���������...-... -������������������?.-������������������   .-..C..-  DoYou Suffer From DaadrufF& Falling Hair?  W-AiVTEO     1.008,   PEOPLE*   in   - the  mountain'.'-.climate   to   try   ORIET  POMADE.        Relieves     and       removes, the  cause of dandruff and  stops   fallinpr  liair  in  a- few  applications.  A   TKST   will  prove  it.       Send   25  cents,  stamps,   money: order  or .coin, ^for intro-  -ductory     boUle.   .-,., BEZ-'fSONVtNOEO.���������  -Griet   rr-aftucts* Company.: Inc... -4   Wash-  iikKton  Place? New York, N.'i".  113  YEARS   OkD  S EN-D all subscriptions -.-for^'newspapers  **-* and maera~ih*8S to the oldest, largrost.  most reliable agency in the world,  313 yeara old. Lower rates-than elsewhere: ask for -catalogue, vA magazine  subseriptt6ri inaReSs an econahueaT, ideal  Xmas  Gift,-;  ..">T-i*y  ihe^DeCwsson  service.  ���������"T^lfin-sw; ���������'���������adS.'ft^������s^:yQSir-'i%^y;s?.to-''J0repart-  iiieiit &."'?���������-���������-J.J- P ?~ y .v- 'i ?~??:  -*"���������'  ���������*.*;  w Mi:,6^wsdric &��������� sd'N^ ltd. ���������  TORONTO ONT.  To Care For Tubercular Women  Saskatchewan touncll of W*tm*en Will  Help to  Raise  Fund of $50,000  AH the women of Saskatchewan, in  whatever fJari ot the province, are invited to lend a hand in raising^a fund  of $50,000 for taking care of .50 tubercular women belonging to the prov.-  ince. The Provincial Council <->f Women "has decided to make an effort to  raise this sum each year to help along  the work of the Sanatorium.  A. B. Cook, Managing Director of  the Sanatorium, addressed a meeting  of the Provincial Council of Women,  telling_ of the huge programme ahead  of the Saskatchewan Anti-Tuberculosis League, if it is to get a Sanatorium built at Saskatoon; and one at  Regina within the next two .'.or three  years, in addition to the magnificent  amount of health work that is being  done at the Sanatorium at Fort Qu'Appelle.   _ .'���������.."*-���������;;.,.     ZZ''y  \ He asked If the P.G..W*. thought it  'likely the women of Saskatchewan  iiad. sufficient -sympathy .*, with the  tubercular, to make them willing to  jtry to get money enough together to  pay for the constant care of fifty women who have tuberculosis. .'-.'  '--The. Provincial Council of Women  -believed .-that  ii>p   i**a**iio������  nr ti,.' ������,������������.  . . * ���������" *'      : *'" **** -������.^.*^.^.       xr x      *ijy        JJAU1*  ince would, be proud to have the  Chance to care, for fifty mothers who  have-not money enough to get treatment for themselves. So Mr. Cook  was promised that, the P.C.W. will try  to make, the need known, and that is  how the $50/000 Fund for Fifty  Mothers is starting. .'"'���������������������������'  : Every woman arid every women's  club, or Sunday -school classT or organization is invited to help with it.  Mrs. F. W. Bates, 3068 Angus Street:,  Regina, is the P.C.W. Treasurer of the  rfund..' Prompt acknowIedgmenL will  be sent to everyone whe^ends to her  even the* sunt of. a dollar for this  fund: or ff donations are sent direct  to Mi-^ Cook ?*at the Sanatorium, Fort  Qu'Appelle, t:6a- the ; Fund :fpi:.* Fifty  ���������Mothers, a recei.pl will be mailed- at  once to the sender. "' ' .  OIL LIGHT BEATS  ELECTRIC OR GAS  BURNS-94% AIR  A new oil lamp that gives an amazingly brilliant. rsoft, white light, even  -better than gas.or electricity, has been  tested by the U.S. Government and 35  leading universities and found to be  -superior fo 10 ordinary oil lamps. It  burns without odbr,- smoke or noise���������  no pumping up~, is simple, clean, safe.  Burns 94 per cent, air and 6 per cent,  common kerosene (coal-oil).  The inventor, Tl V. Johnson, S7& Mc-  Dermot Ave., "Winnipeg, is offering to  send a lamp on 10 days' FREE trial,  or even to give one FREE to the first  user In each locality who will help him  Introduce it. Write him today for  full particulars. Also ask him to explain h.ow you can get. the agency, and  *>,  America's  Pioneer  Do? Remedies  BOOK  ON  BQ.G.   DISEASES  and   How   to Feed  Mailed   'Free   to any  Address-by the  Author  H.    CCAY*.GI/OVE������  CO.,-IMC...  129    West    24 tii    SL.  New   Yoik,   TJ.S.Av  )���������feo&*@ Cfettott Root Compound  Jl ma.f,t reliable rep.Mating  medicine Sold In tlirco da-  sroefl of otrength���������No. ,1. Jl;  No. 3. $3; No. 8, $5 per box.  Bold by all druggists, ot ������rnt  prepaid oa receipt, of pries.  Free pamphlet. Address 3  THE COOK MEDICINE CO^  leiylilO, 0H?.   ...tszzsIt Wlsim.}  The    way    to    peace is not through  armies and navies.    You do not guard  against-   hydrophobia  by   raising   clogs  -on a large scale.  SPARKLING EYES  Follow   Good   Health  London, Ont.���������"1 have taken��������� Dr.  Pierce's Favorite Prescription and lt  -lias proved a  bonellcial tonic.  After having ty-  i phoid fever I was  ^in a very woak-  e no d    condition,  VMi- ���������^s^...._____. my strength, so. I  decided to. take  the 'Prescription'  and by the timo  I had talceM ono-  hottle I waa com-  pleleiy restored lo health and  -strength. Dr. Plarcd's Favorite Prescription ca;h he relied upon as a  builder atid slronglhenlrig tonic."���������-  Mrs. John Shuler, 225 Clarence St.  IF   YOU'RE   X   YOUNG   WOMAN  OR EVEN IN MIDDLE LIFE  Hero i* Soma Good Advice for You  From a Prominent Woroan  London,   Ont.���������"When   1   reached  middle ago I was in. very poor health,  was rundown, ri-arvous*. would havo  tainting apeUs and heat flashes, I  was a piiyslcnl wreek. T I rind many  *dlfforo������i mocHclnoa but tho okvly  medicine that gave "mo any relto!  was pr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, Boforo 1 had taken a hair bottle 1 wtts feeling like a different  person���������Ihe nior������ 1 took the stronger  I got. What "Favorite Prescription'  dirt ior xao I am sure it will do for  othor women nt. this critical porlod of  Hto If thov will Rlvo It a fair trial/'���������  Mrs. M .M. Tuylor, B(J9 Hill St.  Hell.or go now to your neighbor'  lio<vl drug atoro riml obtn-ln Br,  Pi area's Favor I to Pre-sorlptlon In  tablets or liquid, Write Dr. Plorco'w  luvalldjn' Hotel. Buffalo. N. Y��������� for  Ijmjo modllcal utlvloiJ, or aoud 10c for  trial pkK. ot tablets to l>r, Plorco"������  laboratory la JJrldeouurc, Onit.  .W-    N������    U.    1-U5  HOW'S  THIS?  BALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will do  wlRtt wo claim for it���������rid your system of  ���������Catarrh ov Deatness caused by catarrh,  yve clo nol recommend it for-any other  disease.  ���������HALL'S CATAEEtH MEDICINE is a  .hquid.takensittteiqfally, and acts-through  tiie bltipd upon tlieAroucous surfaces of  th e sy s te m. ������������������th.i-is'.'Ted u ei ng v���������He toflamma -  ttoa and assisting Jsratxire In restorins  ���������normal conditions.       .   -. - ���������_  AH  Druggi-sts.     ' Circulars  free.  ;   F. JoClieney & Cb:^ Toledo?;Oliio.;  ;* ,  *.."���������*���������-*. *. .. ������������������ -   ���������.���������-.  - ���������-  Special  Crop  of Apples    '  During, the    year,   that    closed   on  June,yZz.the Wenatcliee^a^ey infthe  .S*H**te" of Washington   shipped  sixteen  thousand   carloads   Ql! ^apples;   or  one  apple     I'or    almost     eve'ry    inhabitant  or the   world.       It   is    reckoned    that  "the  yield   this   year  will  he one-tenth  less.     .The  prosperity of the Wenat-  chee apple district under Its system of  co-operative, effort   should   be   an   ex-  sunple  to^ other''communities  thai, are  adapted   by   soil .and  -climate   to  pro-  dirce a special crop. ,'  GUARD THE CHILDREN  FROM AUTUMN GOLDS  The Fall is the most severe season  of Ih*?- year ior colds���������one day warm,  the next cold and wet. and unless the  mother i.s on her guard, the little ones  are seized with colds that may hang  on all winter.. Baby's Own Tablets  are -mothers'.boat friend in preventing  or banishing colds. ���������-* *hey aot ajs a  gentle laxative, keeping the bowels  and stomach :free and sweet. An occasional dose ot Ihe Tablets will prevent: colds- or If it does come on suddenly their,prompt use will relieve the  baby. The TabloU are sold by medicine dealers of* by mail at 25 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co.. Brockville. On(.  without   experience  or   money  make  $250 to $500 per month.  ,.     Studetrt of;'Values  "You did not return the engagement  ring when you jilted the young man?"  "No," replied the heartless girl. "I  find lie is unworthy; ���������'. but it is a" perfectly ���������'���������'���������good  ring."���������Washington  Star.  it*. fr*?i }&&-fp$-������_J;^z-4t&.&l-4,rZr..T:f i-l ?i i i I  , i . . r....t  PUT STQMAQH IN  ORDER AT ONCE  f  'Pape's      Diapepsin"      for  Gas/ Indigestion or  Sour "Stomach  Instantly* StoaSach corrected! You  never feel the slightest distress from  indigestion or a sotir, acid, gassy  stomaoh, after you-eat a tablet ot  '"'Paipe's Diapepsin." The moment it  reaches the stotnach all sourness, flatulence, heartburn;*' gases, palpitation  and pain disappear. Druggists guarantee each package to correct digestion "'sat once. End r your stomach  trouble for a fewJcents.  "We want none of that here!" cried  the captain of a- certain, ^ciment to  (wo of his men who were about to  have a fight. "We want no -fighting  men in this regiment I"  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  STgP^^-p  Touching an electric wire carrying  2,200 volts while working on a pole at  Toronto, William J. Smith, 35. died  within a few minutes.  Rev. Joseph Hart man has been appointed Roman Catholic chaplain or  the British Columbia penitentiary, in  succession 'to Rev. A. Michaels, who  has resigned.  The London Board of Trade states  that the distribution of dye-stuffs obtained from Germany under the reparation agreement is being carried out  by the British Dyestuffs Corporation,  70 Spring Gardens, Manchester.  The London.-Times understands that  the -mis sion ito.-' Negotiate! the f unding  6~ the British debt will likely leave  for the United States between the end  of the elections and Christinas.- Its  personnel has not yet heeii.decided!  A special force of., customs officers  has been, established along the international boundary to stop smuggling,  dPOlfpT^d    T-Ton     Joonnoc    T(*lH'wao*ii       A*Ti������������ic"_  ���������  v.������-    ���������IX.        ���������nV-l-L.  .  ..��������� I��������� XT t^, X��������� XIU      -���������.I  XXI.   -.���������X, t���������y '  ���������   <    -  ~ - ' ^>  ter of Customs. "I believe we've already almost /enough confiscated silk  to dress the whole civil service/' he  added, lightly.  Every postal telegraph and cabled  company offices- in ^tiie^tJnited States  will now accept messages for transmission to Great Britain by the .trans-  Atlantic wireless circuit conducted by  the Radio Corporation of America and  Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Com?'  pany. Limited,  a'    Z ���������        :i ?."*"'  Fall plowing in Central Saskatchewan is 25 per cent, greater this season  than last according to the Canadian  Government crop correspondent- for  that part-6f the province. A general  increase in crop acreage is indicated.;  ��������� Franlc* 6. Fowler, Mayor of "Winni-  pag, announced that -he- would not be  a candida,te for re-election at the ap-  pi-oaching -municipal election. Labc-r  men are talking of running F. J.  Dixon, leader of the Labor group in  the Legislature, rfor the mayoralty.  VIXAMINES^ ;|]  MADE! IN CANADA       i^^  The importance oJ <yd/f  Vita3Ts5nes in food is ���������f It  being recognized at  the present time to a.  ^greatfer extent than ever  before. Ii-has, l>een.^on-  clusively demonstrated  that yeast^isHl^ch in this  all irnpofiant element..  Many people have re-  ceiye^ gre|at benefit  ph^cally siinply byjtalc^  ing one. two or three  Royal Yeast Cakes a. day.  C^������.������T-*jr3    ������-fce*4-w%&   on������^     E3f9rf)e-acc  WOllM    M_kV*-~.m~~*\**    vm������������w     ***+0m*0*tm -****%*      ������  ior free copy "Roya.! Yea.st J  Ca.ltes for 'B^ite.r HeetltfcZ J  E. W. GllXETT COMPANY LIMITED  TORONTO, CANADA  ���������ynnitiraA-?      .-������������������. ~'sy?t :. mohtksau  Essential * Knowledge ..  The   Wife.���������-What   do     xnen     know  about women's clothes?   "  The    ; Husband     ( bitter 1 y).  I:  The  price.���������Baltimore Sun.  Mi-^re^i^Wl^ayyZJ^esz  When Your Eyes feel Dull  and .Heavy,-use Murine. "It J.ti-  stantl y R������l le veschaeTtredFeeliiis  ���������Makes them Cleai, Btlghi and  Sparkling. Harmicas. Spid and  Recommended by All Druggists^  MM- ���������*���������    ?*>x ������~v* EVES  C.N.R's Nifiigon Trophy  Angler   From   Alabama   Is   Winner  Of  Trophy For 1922  _M Ih ' announced h'y the. Canadian  NaHotml Rnlrwn'ya tluitPMi*. C, K. Ah-  boll, of Bessemer., Alabamn. hns been  declared lhe winner ol'*llic Nipigon  Trophy for th*. season of 10'Jl!.  ��������� This trophy Is donated by iho railways lor annual competition by non-  reflld������������ni'* nttRlov-B, ��������� find'Ih hold by the  dlv.'pi-plp ������!' Ia:fac Wall on who secure*:;  the Inrffcat speckled Iron! In Nipigon  wsUen*"\vith rod nnd llnp,. The troul;  (���������aught hy Mr. Ahholl whs 7 pounds  !) cinneeH In weight, U7 inohon In  k'lipth, nnd ir������ Jnehtvs Iti ?;li*������lt. II  was caugiri on n ���������hiukIh book, wiih  corlvu^ooHh biilt.'*'     . >.  j MS������4,4r*U'������. Linlmocl For Garget In Cow*  #������#tj*t***fa<������������#  ^W.**f$tr:mi������x0-.>i  (  J-  ~~~mmm~~mtt4~~Mm~m~~~t~~~tm~w0miimm~  nnHKimii  vm,  mmmmmtmmtmm,m������,,m,������, ���������^���������������������������jaSaa  ~tmamm~mm_m^^  i yyw-t *i,m> Z-Zty~t- -r-;y\  Tmtms^m^^^^^^^^^  esmam.  KMHMM ~~__m  rn  ffHE  CfSESTOS REVIEW  onieliitn  ��������� mm  the Tim  vv  ������  ~.f~  Variety Features our  Z-.     Confectionery  Remember we serve the  best only in  Beverages  Ice Cream  Chocolates  Home Made, Candies  Neiison's and WiHard's  Gtioeolates  Erimkmsfn  Frank Staples, who has been in  charge of Staples Fruit Company operations at Grand Fork$ tbe past  three months. Arrived borne the l������tter  part of tlie week..  Lome Bqtterill left. the fore part off  tlie    montlr    for    Sand point,   Idaho,  wnere he is expectant to  rehbiain for  the winter at least.  Birth���������On November 10th. to Mr.  and Mrs. Clarence Maxwell* daughter.  rns  Sevan's Sarpgi  Mi*, anil Mis. Forenmn, who have  made their home at Erickson for almost the past two 'year, have moved"  tn Creston, -where they have taken the  Emery house.  Frank Martin of Maple Greek, Sask ,  was looking up old friends here during'  I the week,  and was the guest off Mr.  and Mrs. E. Martin.  Hike McCarthy, who has been^ith  C.P.R. operations on the Wetaskiwin,,  Alta., braneh this season f?ot home  for the win ter'a few days ago.  Misses Both Klingensmith and  Maude; Botterill: .are* visitors ' with  Cranbrook friends this week.  Mrs. D. Macdonald and Donald, Jr..  of Cranbrook;, ape" visitors with her  parents, '[Mir.andiiiHrs. GL CartwriRlit.  at-pVesenti? "Mrs. ������ rank". Staples, who  had been at Cranbrookt returned with  herv   "'��������� .:.������������������-; ZZ'Z.ri  Orestes? ValleyCD-Oparati)fB  Iss&cMion  ERICSSON  ���������Delivery every Saturday.  ���������Phone in your orders.  ���������Come in and see our prices on  Groceries,.    Yon "will save money.  If������  IM  S-T-i  Men have been bn3y the last week  making the necessary fills to put  the water pipes well below the/ frost  line and no failure of the water,supply  need be worried about this winter.  Miss Hunter, teacher at Kitchener,  ���������was a w������*ek\end guest of Mrs. G-. P.  Smith.  at Creston for the soldiers' memorial  unveiling. The school pupils, in  charge of Miss Schmidt, were .accorded, front place in the march of chil.  dren to the memorial sites and this  fact along- with, the free movie show]  certainly has .given the youngsters a  fine opinion of Creston. Praise is due  I Miss Schmidt for her training of the  scholars for the musical numbers and  the march.       ,'"'������������������''.'   iZ'ii'i        '"'>><<��������� V*  Another feature, to the memorial  unveiling visit^was the pleasure afforded Sirdarites in .'hearing the 'splendid  address off their old friend Bev. J. Si  Mahood, and to also have the opportunity of renewing acquaintance with  a former Anglican rector. Incidentally the school children took special  satisfaction in knowing they had contributed ������jie most money for the pur?  pose of purchasing the bronze wreaths  on the stone pillar*  Notice to tho Public  Messrs. Beams and Kelsey are about  the second in this section to brin^.in a  deet* this yeaivt They bagged one  while operating along Goat mountain  on Monday. Earlier in the season Sid  Foreman is reported fco have bagged  the first 1922 venison.  Ganjpon Oity  - Try the Drugstore First  STOPTHAT  i  Try a bottle of -  V  Rexall Cherry. Bark Cough  Syrup  j S1ZCS       ������JOCs9  ������pl*������*UU-  Its action is to soothe local irritation, stimulate  expectoration, enable the system to reject  irritant disease germs by stimulating organs of  elimination, thus ridding the body of influences  causing pain.  EATTIE- OATWAY,  Mailorders a  Specialty.  Phone Service  Prompt Attention  tan  The carefully-dressed  today selects a hat of  quality���������and his choice  is, invariably, the  The Union packing' house at the siding closed at the end of the week, the  last car being loaded out on Friday.  Mrs. Barnhart and children have returned to their home at Glenlifly,  aftfer a two weeks* visit vwith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bandit.  The U.F. Social Committee are arranging for a vvnisfc drive at the  schoolhouse on Friday eyeniogy Dec.  l������fci .'":''    "'"���������'  Mr. and Mrs. Vance are leaying this  week for Spokane, where Mr. Vance  will be undergoing medical treatment.  Pr&etieally the entire adult Canyon  j copulation whs nt "Creston on Saturday for the memorial unveiling, and  in the school parade,at least thirty off  the .Canyon school - children were  noticed. s   ". ?i?Z3v "'"'  IB. Vance was.home for the week-  erid-from Kloftknian, Idaho: where he  is employing a crew of eight men on a  fuel supply contract at the Continental  mine. .':���������"'���������--.,���������:.. '   "'  Mr. Bond,^whoife occupying part of  the Swanson viit*wh^: rfecetfved a car of  effects this weeki..included'ih which is  a team of horses.:' 'RtrSi- Bond and  children are due any day now. He  has been at Kingsgate lately on a  plastering contract at that.point.  " '|l. Hui'l is '- back ;. from ���������-��������� a three  -tiiOnthH' stay' at* Vanguard, Sask.,  where he was helping with harvest  operations., and reports a. good grain  yield in'-tnat area this yeai. He is accompanied  by his two .sons,  Joe and  iteia:'1  ���������-������������������������������������-" ������������������   ������������������-;.-:;������������������ -:������������������-������������������������������������,.��������� --���������  ...*-At a meeting of those intei-ested on  Wednesday last at the school the Canyon Minstrels were.organized foi-the  season, with Principal Kolthammer  selected as chairman, and T. R. Mawson, secretary. They will put a series  of possibly three entertainments here  before spring eoine's.'        __.. ���������*  The U.F. social committee box social  a-fid dance on Fridiiy,night was well  attended, the affair -netting the piano  fund $30. Excellent music wiih pro  vlded by A. Wick holm ^ .accordeon;  T. Mawson, violin; Geo, Davie*, drums,  and Mrs. Burnhardt, Miss" F. Knott  and Mr. Kolthammer, piano.  Sirdar would also call attention to  the fact that the granite used in the  Creston memorial is all from the Jae.  Wilson quarry near here, end the eiu  tire work was done under his super  vision. A finer appearing monument  we believe, would bei*i|prasRib!e t-o  find any where. ���������'���������'".'���������.-> ���������-'������������������������������������  The following -are some of those  noticed in the Sirdar contingent* at  Oreston foi* Saturday's ussvesSsnj; sere**'  monies: Mrs. Sid McCabe and children. Mrs. Dennes and Master.Dick.  Mrs. Hughes and son. Mrs. T. Ro-cers  and children, Mr. and -Mrs. Cam and  children, Mr. and Mrs. Loasby, Miss  Rosa Pascuczo. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson  and children, Mr. and Mrs. Tuohey  and children, Mr., Mrs. and Miss Mc-  Masters, Jack Cameron, Mrs. aud Miss  Prehto, and.Mr. Mannerino.  -Coat For Sale���������Brown, size -40,  good as new, $10. Can be seen at;He*  view Office. '     ���������>���������'  Eptiani  eod Artier sr?op  is stiSI dosog tetes  at ti^siniB oW staifi  ���������We are here to stayr  ���������We have the only sanitary shop betwjeen Cranbrook and Nelson.  ���������The only shop that has  equipment for Shampooing,  Sterilizing and Sanitary  Service.  :4  -OCT_  -ji-'t  r~-x~:~x~~.    .���������~x~~.~.  ~.=~- ~~-~  umic  J*.  trade only.  _A11  ~Jm~K_~X~~.  VVr*VTJlK7    OWA llACiVU*  ;��������� Wckm Fob  Saxe���������Cut  sow ds-y stoye wood.   I**������:  Creston.  green   and  ���������      .JO, .49.0,-r-    I  ���������r        mmt\,4ta~ejf.  -"J-  ,*l____im_  ���������~.  n������iiBan ynuren services  sunday,:nov. 1������  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  CRESTON  11 a.m.-  SIUDAR  7.S0 p.m.  Stetson Hats combine style, expert  making and the best of materials���������  giving you headwear that keeps its  shape, at a price that, quality considered, cannot be matched by other  makers.  A  new stock   of  these  in Brown,  Grey and Black has just arrived*  '*  Sirdar  Get yours now  while the stock  Is complete.  AiZ*   w*% w-"* r*  wifa r**  ^BjHfci     ^^mmtgp     H '*-%      B""*(|      H^^^y    ^^b^  (^              JtSSsm&r          Wr.               j^g^      g������tm^^������       J|j^. ^^^      ������fr~^p  ���������ifv-trv,   i,   'tr        *a m T*t ������**��������� rim-r   x   -xt.  a-ir.itjtt.~~-a   ivsPjt\..jaij\~\  ArmlKtice night was pleasanft.lv  passed here with a, dance InEthe White-  sides hull, which was very largely attended.  A0  Mrs. J, A. Cameron who has been  at Cranbrook on a visit to friends, got  back on Monclav.  Mrs. Jones of Kuskanook wusheie  on Saturday, en route to Creston for  the memorial unveiling.  Mrs. North, who hus been seriously  lit the patit Wki-uk Ih improving nicely.  ancl hor many friends are hoping Jt;o  wee her back to good health shortly.  Mra. Ike Lewis was here from Bob-  well betwet^n trains On Tuesdny, on a  visit to her daughter, MEss Hazel Mc-  Tjvlland.  Mrn. -fTSnnilnaijin ami (Intajjliter. Mlnr.  Myrtle, go!, away tilts week fr������r Arizona, whew the lattor will remain for  at leant tlw next four~month������ recuperating hor Jutaltl), hut Mrn. Goodman Is  axpeeten back l>i������fore ChrlHteiian. All  extentl be������t wiavhes for the'pathmt1*  return to the Uj<**bI of iiuatlh.  Sirdar wan pretty well doHertHtl on  ���������Baturrlay, youn^ and old alike  being  Pianoforte^ Organ and  Singing 0ssfons z*  ofl&k.  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  ���������'    P.O.Host 76  GRANO THEATRE       0  Saturday, NOVEMBER L,  Two Big Films for the  price of one. ,���������,  uomoron of th6  Royai Wlountei  A splendid screen yersion of  the well-known story by  JRalph    Connor,     "Corp.  Cameron."    Also  V      ....  Charlie Chaplin  in  <<  h5il/^.I^3 (jurlnAJI \uA3  REGULAR PRICES  99  California  Unbleached  Sultana  DAl������iM-0  at  To appreciate the. splendid  value offered for Saturday and  Monday buying i& will be only,  necebsary to recall that an the  past yoiT?have paid 25 cents for  an 11 OS5. package of these  Haisins. We now offer yo-tr the  full 16 ounces of friiit for 20c.  These Raisins are the same  high standard of quality as all  our other lines.  Make this store headquarters  for all your Christmas grocery  buying and you will save 'considerable.  Better  Sendee  BROTHERS  Lower  Price*  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  BRIO OLSON W.M,  RELIABLE REPAIR   WORK at Consistent Prices  .;? *r,iv,      ' >i    '��������� ���������   '"���������   ' '; ? ���������..' ������������������'���������������������������.������������������.?������������������������������������������������������-.  rarr.-Tm   "��������� * :    .      '."'    . .:. " ���������;**:.'.'.   .'"... ���������-,.-.- Z .   '.  A well _assorfced( stock of  Tires, Tubes, Accessories, Spare Parts  Pipe and Pipe Fittings  AUTHORIZED FORD SERVICE STATION  The Best Livery Service in Tawn  ujil^^j gm^|  ^CJiVBy'il  L.iE/'Gitk f ������ (5r?OS".  I  HMGHV*.' ������*3T   I  m

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