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Array ,-r*'  V " ���������������_  o^*9  m**0  I    *".  t.4*  ������������  r *  Voi_ XXIL  CRESTON, B. C FRII)^_Y,  OCTOBER 3, 1930  No. 29  SS  Huseroft School  Sports Champion  ft->_rv_<ri  <S!������-    Q~.9������a^r.l_.   *"_%���������  .-_.t__Ij_tss  pete���������Canyon and Creston  Talent Feature Races���������Jumping is Erickson*s I_.cmg Suit.  HUSCROFT -  CRESTON _  CANYON-  ERICKSON   LISTER   ALICE SIDING..  33  SI  26  18  12  2  Warren Huseroft and Bert Tedford,  Huseroft; Mack McMaster and Jack  Fraser,' Erickson.  Girls' 3-leg racet> 10 and under���������Jessie  Sqratt and Maisie Ferguson, Creston;  Marion Healey and Margaret Bundy,  Erickson; Aloha Bohmer and Zina Bohmer, Huseroft.  Relay race, open���������Norman Nickel,  Raymond Bevan, Olive Connatty. Molly  .Moore, Creston; Minnie Huseroft, Mar-  jc-ri- Tedford. Ales. Demchuk, Tom Ted*  ���������������_~    BX��������� __: __.      _*- ��������� -rr-x -ra^aa���������-  roiu, uuonuiw,    _r_ttuncv   x--i~-y,   xiaty  Kemp, Roy Penson, Jim Scott, Erickson.  eF&nyon GI*fy  of Nelson is. a  a guest of her  Mrs. John Chapman  visitor here at present,  parents, Mr. and Iftrs. Matt. Clayton.  Mrs. W. Houle pt^JSmberley was a  weekend visitor wiin her parents, Mr.  and Mrs, Jock McRobb. She motored  here in company with Geo. Bovce.  McKee, Erwin Meyer,     Grade 6���������Clara  Domke,   Frank  Yerbury.     Grade   5���������  Ta_. 1 OS !_;_     -k_���������1������ ������������1_I_  j-awugiaa ouivuufi jl auuue aaciu.  v-____  ajriauo  Long jump,  boys���������Maurice  l_  emblem-  athletic  The Diamond Jubilee Shield,  atic of the valley's school  championship, will adorn the wall at the  Huseroft school for another year, pupils  from that seat of learning rolling up a  total of 33 points at ths field day at  Creston fair on Wednesday last, to annex  the championship for the second year in  succession. ~  In considering the points scored by  each school it must he borne in mind  that Creston school concede Huseroft 30  points, and the Canyon and Erickson  schools also carry a handicap of 15 points  in competition with one-room schools.  But even at that Huscroft's total of 38,  is splendid as Erickson's gross score was  only 33, and Canyon's 41. Creston  amassed a total of ���������1 points.   v  Canyon has quite a galaxy of talent,  especially in the racing features. Mary  Nygsstrd csrrisd off first honors In  classes for girls under 7 years as well as  those under 8 yeaes. Babs Spencer  breasted the tape first for girls under 10  years. Sidney Gartland was first home  in hoys under 7 years, while the .Canyon.  relay team under 9 years iinished Ii_  front of tKem atil. ^  EriiOcson% _j_a^  say; who captured premier honors in the  nigh &sa long jumps and pole vault.  Minnie Huseroft was the individual star  for Huseroft with two firsts���������girls' high  jump and 100 yards dash.  , @r__ton'& best individual performer is  Olive Connatty with first in girls' long  jump and second En high jump. In the  racing the Nickel boys were to the fore,  Norman winning the 100 yards sprint  and Norman leading them, all home in  the boys under ten-years. Ruth Spencer  captured the girls under 12 years, while  the local chool was in front in the three-  leg race for both boys and girls, and won  the open relay race.  The sports did not pass off exactly  pleasantly and if the arguing, which was  worse than ever this year, is to be eliminated the teacher- of the various schools  ought to get together and compile some  hard and fast as well as definitely stated  rules as to isgeB, etc.   The winners;  Boys' race, 8 and under���������Bert Tedford, Lister; Robert Lowtber, Creston;  Jimmy Carr, ErickBon.  Gills' race, 8 and under���������Mary Ny-  Saard, Canyon:  Johanna   Daus,  Lister;  .nnie Posnikon, Erickson.  Girls' S-leg race, 12 and under���������DoriB  Beninger and Rachel Morrow, Creston;  Patsy Dodd. and Margaret Murphy,  Erickson; Lottie Klein and Clara Meyer,  Lister.  Boys race, 10 and under���������XrwSn Nicke!  Creston; Ear] Browell, Cannon; Manning Power-, Lister.  Girls' race. 10 at-d wilder���������Bub_ Spencer, Canyon; Leona Horic, Erickson; Joan  Staco Smith, Alice Siding,  Tug of war, first pull���������Erickson.  _ - Kelsey,  Erickson 1   Norman Nickel, Creston;  Irwin Meyer Lister,    -  Long jump, giris���������Olive Connatty,  Creston; Marjorie Tedford, Lister; Clara  Nygaara, Canyon.  High jump, boys���������Maurice Kelsey,  Erickson; Raymond Humble, Canyon;  Norman Nickel, Creston. '*"  High jemp, -girls���������Minnie Huseroft,  Huseroft; Olive Connatty, Creston % Carol Healey, Erickson.  Pole vault���������Maurice Kelsey, ������_rickson;  Norman Nickel, Creston; Arthur Hurry,  Huseroft.  Tug of war, final���������Canyon.  The meet was in charge of W. H, Kolt-  hatnmer, Chas. Huseroft, J. Oakley, Geo  Hurry; with W. J. Truscott, starter, and  Mrs. W. Fraser, clerk. Col. Mallandaine was sports umpire, and had a very  active morning of it, from all accounts.  Mrs. H. Campbell-of Bellvue, Alberta,  who has been visiting at the ranch here,  th*4 returned home on Friday.  Miss E. White, who has been visiting  her sister. Miss Jessie "White, returned  to Fernie on Thursday.  Lee Heric was here from Yahk for. a  weekend visit at the ranch.  .has'beendolSg some'fell. clearing, at his  ranch here for the past few weeks, left  for home on Friday.  Carol Healey had the misfortune to  sustain a broken arm in a fall from the  swing at the school 'grounds on Fribay  morning,  __ The Anglican Sunday school resumed  work on Sunday afternoon last after  being closed for the summer months,  with Mrs. Haskins. and Mrs. Kemp in  charge.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Clements of California are visitors here at present,  guests of  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clements.  Mrs. Frank Putnam was a W^ni-del  visitor on Saturday, where she was a  judge of cooking at the Women's  Institute fair. .  Miss Kathleen Littlejohn. of Victoria  has arrived on a visit with her father,  W.G. Littlejohn, vat the Hurwortl.  Ranch.  Church of England service nfc Erickson  schoolhouse on Sunday afternoon at 8  o'clock. This will be the harvest thanksgiving service, with special address and  appropriate music.  Mr. Harrison of Fernie, manager of  the Scott Fruit Company, was a valley  visitor over the weekend looking over  warehouse operations. To date this  firm have shipped more than 30 carloads  of fruit and   vegetables  from Erickson.  Misa Kathleen Bundy wan presented  with tho governor-general's bronze  inedal on fair day. The medal was  awarded her for making highest marko  jrnncipaj. ana flarsi ssiepnens nave tnts  week moved into the Halstead ho e, at  the Browell corfier> which they will  occupy until spring, as the Halstead's  are to winter with friends in   Manitoba.  The potato harvest }h in full swing  and the crop is quite a good one. A.  start has also been made on the pick of  Jonathan, Wagener and Delicious apples.  John Nygaard had  a  brief  visit last  week from two of his brothers,  one' off  whom has just   recently   arrived   from  Norway.   The   other   is   an     ordianed:  minister in the Norweigan   Church  in  Montana. "  "*'  Canyon school took second *������!ace in  the sports at Creston fair on Wednesday  last, rolling up a total of 41 points, but  lost out to Huseroft due to having to  take a handicap of 25 points against one-  room schools. Canyon%iade a.particularly good showing in the racing events.  One of the boys implicated in the Lojd  housebreaking case of last week was  active in the same manner again at the  end of the week and on Monday he was  sent to the boys reform school at  Agassiz.  "Is Sin Old Fashioned," will be.the  subject of Rev. R_ E. Gridb's addrese at  the United Cburch service on Sunday  afternoon at 4 o'clock.  4���������Lottie Klein, Cyril Bird.     Grade 3���������  Margaret Dent, Alice Wellspring. Grade  2���������Margaret Sinclair, Eric Jacks. Grade  1���������Elsie Ramm, Helen Gustafson.  Perfect ^attendance���������Cyril Bird, Johanna Daus, Margaret Daus, Pauline  Klein������ Erwin Meyer, Clara Meyer, Erika  lWtfrww.  Ortiiorlsie Mc__ee. Dcudas   Sin-  _.___��������� Qf     ������������������-.   ��������� ������������������-    -������- ��������������������������� *Z3~  ��������� ���������    " ���������.-_- ay ��������� ^J*_ L.W^^^  clair, Margaret Sinciair.Alice Wellspring.  Wyimde! lestitiife  Fair Successf ia!  Dig   -entry   in   livery  ������__iass in  Show���������Children. Take Lively  . Interest���������Sale   ot   "rork   and  Cooking Liberally Patronized.  r.i'.s.  Mr. and Mrs. Firentino and baby son,  of Cranbrook, are visitors her. ith the  former's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Benedetti.  Mrs. DeWitt and children of Vulcan,  Alberta are here on holidays with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lunt.  R- Uri was an auto business visitor to  Yahk last week.  Mrs. Mosely, who has been visiting  with her daughter, Mrs. R. Uri, returned  to Nakusp last week.  Miss M. Joy of Boswell shed packing  staff, was homefbr a few days last week.  Father Choinel of Cranbrook was bere  for Roman Catholic Church service on  Friday morning.  At- the United Church service oil  Sunday morning Pastor Cribb will take  as his subject, "Is Sin Old Fashioned.������  -A quiet wedding was solemized at  the home of Rev. P. McNabb at  Creston when Mis- Elsie Lunt became  the bride of Arnie Andestad. The bride  was supported by Miss H. Andestaa,  while the best man. was Etna? Andestad.  After a dainty lunch at the home of the  bride the happy couple motored to  Kuskanook where they took the boat for  Kfelssn  asnids*   ������ showec- ������t i j������ee_.a_id  To.m Terbuiy, whejXhas P������.n '^rking  at the Des-dwood. hs___, in Idaho for some  time past, arrived home at the middle of  the week.  Speery Phillips, who  has spent the  past week at the ranch, returned to  Smithers on Monday,, where he is  provincial.^agriculturist.  Miss Hazel Hobden has discontinued  her daily motor,trips to take the work at  Creston school, and is now boarding in  the village.  Miss Ruby Lister of Potlach, Idaho,  was a visitor at her home here at the  weekend. '  Mr...Knott is spending the week in  Creston, a guest of Mr. and Mrs, C. H.  Hare.  The Church of England harvest  /thanksgiving service will lie at 11 o'clock  on Sunday morning, for which the school  will be decorated*  At the school sports at Creston fair  Lister school annexed only 12 points.  The best showing was made by Douglas  McKee, who was first in the boy's race,  under 12 years.  The average attendance of 97 per con .  at Lister school for September is about  the best term-opening ever recorded.  Highest  standing:    Grade*7���������Douglas  Relay race, 0 and under���������Babs Sponc-  in East Kootenay  at  the entrance to  er.-cSS flygaaK^ high school examinations this year.  Mary Nygaard. Canyon: Bert Tedford. Erickson feels moro than proud of tho  Bcrnitc B-lce., AHohn Bahrneir, Warren 'nu���������,���������,<������������������ ������p���������jrtir<tmiM m���������^_ ���������+ /uwt/.i..,  Huseroft, HuBC-oft;   Tinus  Krygsveld,  snowing Erickson made nt the fall fair at  Bernard Connatty, Corinnt) Donncnu,  Homer Bailey, Oreston.  . Boys" race, 12 and under���������Douglas  MeK.ee, Lister; Tom Tedford, Huseroft;  Alfred NyKiuud, Canyon.  Girls' raco. 12 and under���������Ruth Spencer, Creston;   Ma.garot Huseroft, Hua-  eroit; Babs Spencer, Canyon.  Boys' raco, 7 and under���������Sidney Gartland, Cnnyon; Lawrence Tedford, Hub-  croft! Robert McDougaU, Alice Siding.  Girls' race, 7 nn under���������Mary Nygaard, Canyon; Vara Watson, Creston:  Mary Daun, Liwfcer.  Tug of war, aocojsd pull���������Canyon.  Bnya' raco, to IB yoara���������Norman Nickel, C._atat.; L_o,u.ml Bom., Cunyon.'  Girla' raco, to IB years--Minnlo Hua-  croft, IIuBoroft; Olivo Connafcty.CrcBton,  Botty Kemp, Erickaon.  Boys' 8-log race, 10 and undo. ������������������ Irwin  Nk'tccl   and  Co.'iluii  IvIuj-.1i),   CivuU.ky,  Creston last week. Tho school came  homo with first prize Jn the Bcliool  districts' display and made a good showing in the chanipionahip sports. In  cooking, canning, flowers, etc., a fair  Blmro of the prizes fell to Mrs. Putnam,  Mrs. Telford and Mrs. G. Gartwriicht.  Incidentally a well known resident cf  Erickson, Frank Putnam, waa president  of tho fair.  CARD OF THANKS  On behalf of tho Wynndel Women's  Inntituto I would like to thank the  judgeai for tho fairnoso and enthusiasm  thoy displayed; also tho dlrcctori* and  members, and nil thotiii who helped and  co-oporutcd with us hy doing their boat  to make our 11)80 fall fair such a nplcndid  Ruccooto. CMrfl.) FLORENCE UA%1IE,  P-ondmfc ol Women's Inutitute. '  confetti,! SEntS' th^ good'' w^h^-offJrelai-v_3.  The fed! fair under Women's Institute  auspices at the old schoolhouse on  Saturday afternoon was a wonderful  success, and the promoters of the  exhibition are well satisfied with their  effort. There were plenty of entries in  every section and the judges had a busy  time awarding the prizes. The judges  were Mr. Phillips who placed the awards  on fruit, vegetables, flowers and children's section. Mrs. Payne and Mrs.  Putnam of Creston; home cooking; and  Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. Mclnnes of  Creston, needlework. The sale of work  was also an outstanding success. A  statement as to income, etc., will be  given later.  Greston School District  SPECIAL  RATEPAYERS'  Lit I IN li  A Special Meeting of the -  Ratepayers   of   Creston  School   District will   bo  ���������    held at the Schoolhouse,  Creston, at 7.30 .p.m., oi.  feji_ll!llBrClRyj | \#CE*   11  1930, for the purpose of  voting additional esti-  tt-abea to eriuip t-.i_Unui.i~  tain an extra classroom.  G. NICKEL,  Secretary.  Creaton, Sept. 2B< I0SU.  Mllae SMInff  Mr. and Mrs. John Kell were motor  visitors to Cranbrook at the end of the  week, returning on Monday.  Everard Constable is d ing his getting  about on crutches, at present, having  sustained n broken ankle at Creston on  fair day "evening.  Fred Baker of Cranbrook la spending a  few days here this week, a guest of Mr.  anb Mrs. John Keliy. *  The water supply at the school is being  improved. The well is being cemented  in with J. C. Martin and Bob Marshall  in charge of the work.  ^ Alice Siding has sot up a new record  for high school attendance from this  district with two students . taking the  first year course. They nro Esther  Smith and Bessie McDougall.  Mrs. J. Marshall met with a na ty  accident on Saturday evening in which  she sustained a broken arm. While  attempting to step up on to tho ntation  platform  at  Creston  eho   missed   her  footing and in the fall the right arm waa  broken.  Pi .nelpnl Free had quite a number of  tho school athletes at the school sports  nt Creston fair ln_t week but only two of  them figured in the winning Hat. Thoy  wero .Toan Stnco Smith who won third in  girls' raco unhor ten years, and Robert  McDougall who was thlrlc in boys' raco  under aovenr.  Some long looked for repair work is  under way this wook on the hnrdsurface  rond* between tho fcimith Crooning and  tho wont bounbary of Creston village.  The highway Etas boon no bud of Into  that luitolstn hnvo been driving: on tho  ronduldo In order to nnenno th������ ruts and  holes In tho hard nurfaclng.  Both in quantity and quality the best  that Wynndel can produce in fruit, vegetables, needlework, cooking, as well as a  splendid ehildren's section, was in evidence at the first annual fall fair at that  centre, which was staged in the old  schoolhouse on Saturday afternoon under  the direction of Wynndel Women's Institute.  In addition to tht natural attractiveness of such a varied display the effect  waa heightened by still f urther. decorative effort by the Institute members who  used the Institute colors to good advantage.  The fair was opened in time-honored  fashion by Col. Fred Lister, M.P,P., who  spoke in eulogistic terms of the enterprise of the ladies, and the splendid horticultural possibilities of the Wynndel  section. The speaker was introduced to  the gathering by the Institute president;  Mrs. H. A. Bathie.  The awards were placed by 8. Phillips,  of Smithers, who judged at Creston fair,  in fruit, vegetables and flowers. Mrs. E.  W. Payne and Mrs. F. Putnam, Creston,  awarded the prizes in cooking. Mrs.  Leslie Mclnnes and Mrs. M. J. Boyd of  Creston in needlework, and Father Choinel, G. Huseroft and S. Phillips in the  children's section. A complete list of the  winners follows:  Mcintosh.   Apples���������Mrs. M.   Hagen  :0_wla|d:J_ln_Y?%>5-:i:^:"Y Y ��������� r:-;..-:;.:":. ��������� . ���������-  ;; Wagner-rJ.^ Hulme,  Mrs. Pi    Hagen.  ��������� jsangs���������Mra. Nathorst. Mr������= Ps Hages*  Delicious���������Mrs. M. Hagen, J."^G.  Abbott.  Pears, Bartletts���������-Mrs. J. J. Grady.  Pears, Flemish Beanty���������J. Hulme,  Mrs. C, Gregory.  Potatoes���������Mrs. Davidge. J. G. Abbott.  Carrots���������J. G. Abbott, Walter  Marken.  Beets���������J G. Abbott, John  Ringhedm.  Corn���������Ned Bathie.  Parsnips���������J. G. Abbott, Ned Bathie-  Cabbage���������JOhn Ringheim, Walter  Marken.  Farm display���������Mrs. A. L.  Davis.  Vegetable display���������Ellen Reid Uri.  Ned Bathie.  Flowers���������Mrs. R. Uri.  White bread���������Mrs. Price, Mrs. Ped-  ersen.  Brown bread���������Mrs. J. J. Grady.  Biscuits, Blue Ribbon baking powder  ���������Mrs. Hackett, Mrs. E. Uri, Mrs.  Whitman.  Laver    cake���������Mrs.     Hackett,  Whittman.  Jelly roll���������Mrs. Deslreau.  Small cakes���������Mrs. Davidge.  Doughnuts���������Mrs.      Hackett,  Whittman.  Fruitcake���������Mrs. R.Uri.  Plain cake, iced���������Mrs. E. Uri.  Pickles���������Mrs. Dunseath.  Preserves���������Mrs. E. Uri, Mrs. R. Uri.  , Lemon pie���������Mrs. Dunseath.  Raisin pie���������Mrs. Whittman.  Apple pie���������Mrs; Davis.  Candy���������Mra. Nathorst.  Quilt, homemade���������Mrs. Davis.  Rug, rag���������Mrs. Hackett,  Embroidered lunch cloth���������Mrs, Pcdor-  scn.  MoBt useful article made from one flour  ancfc���������Mrs. Whittman.  8 pieces embroidery���������Mrs. Foxall.  Baby's knitted set���������-Mrs. O. Huseroft.  House dress, plain���������Mrs. Dunseath.  School dress���������Miss Hills.  Darned sock���������Girls, Esther Whitman.  Boys, Walter Mnrkon.  Grade 1, plnstersino���������Kenneth Simp-  kins. Grade 2���������Thelma Johnson. Grade  8���������John Marken. Grndo 4���������Nesta  Huseroft.  Grade & and G, mop-���������Walter Marken.  Grade 7, essay���������Hilda Hagen.  Heaviest silver paper ball���������Margaret  Bathio, Louluo Buttorflold.  Best collection snapshots, 9���������Ellen  Ilancn, Ellen R-Id Uri.  Winner most popular girl competition  ���������MisB Edna Davis.  Beauty troutmont prize foil to Mrs.  Whittman, who scored tho highest  nura.be* of points.  GuoBfllng contest (6 pound roast)���������  Mr^. J. J. Grady.  Sweepstakes (winner of moat points)���������  Mm. Whittman,  Mrs. C. Gregory was tho winner of the  Institute quilt, and A. Sponcor was the  wjnnor of tlio gold bedspread. During  tho afternoon tho Institute nenvod tea  .nnd fchoi c> wm ������ wmlo of work and cooking  both of which wero generously patron I ������������d  by thoBo In attendance, which i..i-tn..nc. u  numborfrom Creston and other points  in tho valley. Tho financial result in  mnBt jrrnMfylngf nnd th������- funds will bo  unod for community work.  ���������*<-__  r.irs.  / tEHE   REVIEW.   ���������BESTOH.   B.    C.  ���������^'_H  mt tMwmm ^ngss tor a  R  ussia s  Five-Year PI  an  _.;-"  How Saskatoon Is -Favored  Saskatchewan City Attracts Many  Important Gatherings .--; '.������������������-������������������>������������������  Saskatoon has been a i*-U_lr������-yisited  citjr. this summer. Recent visit bra in-  <^i^ed the 150 British medicos, yrtule  on. September 7th came^tlife Siirt i_ife  speciaj. trains; on the 9th...thei Canadian Ticket Agents' Association.,and  on September 12th tlie Dakota farmers���������some of whom, it is pointed out,  may decide to remain in the region.  "Commissioner Joseph Holmes/' says  The Hub, "had to take special exercises to strengthen his right hand  against the intensive period of welcoming the strangers within our  gates."  Under all normal conditions the people of "Western Canada would display  merely an academic interest in events transpiring: and developments taking-*  place in Russia, but for some time past, and to aa ever-increasing- extent.  Russian policy has had a "bearing and a definite effect upon the prosperity of  this portion of the Dominion, in fact upon the whole business structure of  Canada, as well as of other countries.  It is difficult to find out exactly what is taking- place in Russia, as many  reports are T_ot_i confusing: and contradictory, consequently it as not surprising that people, in this country arc still puzzled and uncertain in tlieir minds  whether Russia constitutes a real and permanent menace to Canada, not  politically or in a military sense, hut economically.  Certain things have, nevertheless, become fairly well established. For  example.- It is known that in October. 1928, Russia inaugurated what is  known as tlie "Five-Year Plan" of national development which observers on  the spot in Russia describe a?, "the most interesting- economic experiment  anywhere in the world."  On October 1. 1930. tho second year of this experiment will come to a  close. So substantial has boon the progress made that now the slogan is:  ''The Five-Tear Plan In Four Years." What is this "Five-Year Plan? " It  was outlined by a Soviet Government asrency over a year ago, and, in part,  the plan.���������  "Provides for total capital investments in the five years beginning October 1, 192S. of SS3.000,000.0���������G. or about two and one-half times the actual ifc<  vestments izt the preceding: five years. A goodly share of this will go for the  construction of industrial plants and for the purchase of foreign equipment  and machinery. The foreitpi-trade programme calls for imports of about  $3.200,0.0,000 during the period. Among the outstanding projects scheduled  for construction, and in mcr>t instances completion,- during the five-year  period, are two tractor factories with an output of 40,000 units per year  each, an automobile factory with an output of 100.000 cars per annum, a  score of steel mills to produce over 5,000,000 tons of steel per year, many  ehemical, textile, machine-building", electro-technical, paper, glass, leather,  and other factories, as well as a dozen or more large power plants, many  mines, etc-"  That -ftras the "Plan,*" but, according to a Moscow correspondent of the  Manchester Guardian, tlie "Five-Year Plait" in many instances is already  surpassing the figures expected to be attained. He says: "The first version  of the "Plan" called for the production of 22,000.000 tons of oil and 10,000,000  tons of cast-iron, in 1933; now these figures have been revised upwards,  respectively, to 38,000,000 and 17.000,000. During the current year 221 new  Industrial enterprises, built at a cost of approximately $425,000,000, have begun to function, and the list of un-usuaily large factories which have been  completed comparatively recently, includes a tractor plant, an agricultural  machinery factory, a paper mill, a pipe factory, two. oil refineries, several  electrical stations."  The -"Five-Year Plan" aLso included what practically amounts to the  nationalization of agriculture, and the erection of these huge tractor and  agricultural machinery factories, oil refineries, etc., are all a. part of. this  new agricultural policy. The Manchester Guardian correspondent in Moscow,  further notes that "in collective farming, 25 per centr of the peasant households have already gone over to the co-operative method, although the  "Plan" originally contemplated only 20 per cent, in 1933."  Russia is now dumping wheat, coal, lumber, into many European and  other markets, further demoralizing the already badly demoralized world  price for these commodities. The Russian Government is reported as having chartered a. large number of vessels lo convey wheat from Russia to  -Ihgland, Italy, and other countries, and that this wheat will be sold abroad  regardless of price. The United States Government has charged that Russia  has engaged in transactions on the Chicago grain markets to force down the  prLcc of wheat; the Canadian Government has secured power from Parlia-  ra������iiL to prohibit Russian imports into Canada; the league of Nations at  Geneva, is discussing the effects of Russian policy on all other nations.  It is further alleged that under Soviet auspices this great "Five-Year  Plan" is being carried out by poorly-paid labor, and much of it forced labor,  oven convict labor; that the standard of living has been definitely lowered;  that food and even clothing supplies arc sharply rationed, with the result  that other countries, with higher standards of living and greater individual  lEbcrty of action, cannot begin to compete with Russia.  The Bolshevistic propaganda of Russia failed in its efforts) to bring about  world revolution, but its "Five*-Year Plan1' of economic development at home  with a view to dumping huge quantities of goods and prodticts of all kinds  into world markets is, even before the "Plan" is one-half completed, having  an adverse offect in all other countries, afcd further depressing already depressed business conditions throughout the world.  The farmers of "Western Canada, who iruiRt depend for their succcsb  upon making profitable sales of their products in world markets, arc among  the chief suffererni  THE ANAEMIC GiRL  'Who Has Lost Her Charm and  Beauty  *'She seems to be losing her looks."  This remark ia oft_u heard about  girls who were once noted for their  sparkling -eyes, their rosy cheeks and  their vitality. The cause is .not far  to seek���������they have become anaemic;  that accounts for the pallor and the  loss of charm. The anaemic girl, if  she neglects her health, may be a sufferer all her life.  Take hee'd, you pale, anaemic girls.  Plenty of fresh air, nourishing food  and rest will help you, but what you  need most is "good blood. Those,  wretched headaches; that fickle"  appetite and those terrible heart palpitations can only be banished if the  blood is rich, red and pure.  ctood blood���������the kind that brings  good health is created by _>r. Williams^ Pink Pills. The whole mission  of these Pills is to build rich, red,  health-giving blood. The Pills, are sold  by all dealers in medicine or "by mail  at 50 cents a box from The Dr. Williams* Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  -   ^&k/Xft-_f  yy-'ext-.q;fy^  ^Y_Y\^������_r__*Y^Y  Her Twe Child reft Had"  --'.Suinftier e^mplaipt ^  .', >,.Mra.. jj- ��������� J.-,MocDqn^ld/vvCll*������-e -Bay,���������������������������N.S.j writes;��������� -  * ^X>*tt\the*'mot^^  ,,;w^thpJ_'t'''a;>lfti^t>.i"��������� 6f  X>>. Poplar's: Extract! of /"Wild Y  St-awhorry l������h 4ac;  house.     My'<��������� tvro  yourigast,' wero  very ..-sick 'with VRummor  complaint,   a pel . 1 !ie rt>   was'...  nothing I trujd could-eqiuir that* remedyJ--juid^X������.l������ad .  tried mos. everything,:/but they could got no relic?..  *Dr. Fowler's'made  a change in -both of theiri  in  less than two hours."  On the market ������ot the past 85 years; put up onlr  by Tho T. Milbu.ru Co., Ltd., Toronto, Ont.  *_ar elaborately nquippea  Fittings    In    Limousine    Of    Jugoslavian King Very Complete  A Packard sedan limousine, recently delivered to King Alexandria,  of Jugo-Slavia, is said to be one of  the most elaborately equipped automobiles in Europe. The space under  the glass partition separating the  rear compartment from the driver's  space is divided into a number of  compartments. A large locker in the  centre is fitted with a leather lunch  kit, equipped with a complete silver  and gold table service. In a double  compartment at the right are thermos bottles for warm foods and a  large toilet case. Thermos bottles for  hot or cold liquids are fitted into a  cabinet at the left of the centre-locker, and in the top of this space are a  first-aid kit and a large cigarette  case. A built-in compartment for  the King's,sword extends across the  top of the three compart-ne-Lts, and  the lid, which protects the sword  against dust, becomes a shelf--when'!  closed. Immediately in front of this  is a tray to accommodate road maps.  High Educational Standard  Canadian School System Impresses  ������������������I Educationists  Visitors to Canada are invariably  impressed with the country's educational system, particuarly if they  be men especially interested in the  subject. It is greatly to be doubted  if any nation on earth excels our own  in the matter of schools of all kinds.  Our educational system is thorough  always,  standards  are high  and our  British Capita! For Alberta  Anglo-Western Oils I_LihE_ed To Commence Development Work  Five million dollars of British capital, organized under the name or  Anglo-Western Oils Limited, with a  federal charter and headed by Sir  Edward Man ville, chairman of th������  Phoenix Oil and Transport Company,  and of the Daimler Company, both of  Great Britain, lias.been made available for Alberta oil development, according to an announcement made ia  Calgary recently.  __e.annou_cement was made by J.  C- Dallas, -managing director of Cal-  mont Oils I_imited. Mr. Dallas said  'the company had acquired 490,000  acres in Alberta and two wells would  be sunk immediately in the Milk River area.  Minard's Llnhnent aids tired feet.  Source Of the Thames  Seven    Springs    In    Cotswold    Hills  Feed World's Most Famous  River  How many people-���������even among the  millions who live upon its baaks���������  oould say offhand where, the source  of the Thames was to be found? The  fact that so few of us know anything  about the beginnings of the. -v^orld's  most famous river is reflected in the  "I notice that customer you just  attended to didn't buy anything, yet  he seemed pleased," said the eagle-  eyed floorwalker. "What did he vrant  to see ? "  "Me, at 8 o'clock tonight," replied the pretty clerk, -T_lush__.gr.  How a disease wipes out human  beings who are not resistant to it,  was shown when influenza was introduced into a Labrador community by  360 ,Eskimos, causing the."death of  300.  graduates emerge from schools and j statement, that, until recently the  colleges with diplomas that have al- Thames had its source in a cubbish  ways placed  their  services  in great   dUmp' Now    the    rubbish    has    neen  cleared away, and    visitors    to    the  demand    across  Cities Star.  the     line.���������Border  Do not allow worms to sap the  vitality of your children. If not attended to, worms may work irreparable harm to the constitution of the  infant. The little sufferers cannot  voice their ailment, but there- aro  many signs by which mothers are  made aware that a dose of Miller's  Worm Powders is necessary. These  powders act quickly and will e-xpel  worms from the system without any  inconvenience to the child. /  Give the Devil i His- Due  An old Scottish woman, who had  never been known to say an ill word  about anybody, was one day taken to  task by her husband. "Janet," he said  impatiently, "1 da believe ye'd say a  guld word for the de'il himself." "Ah,  weel," was the reply, "he may na be  sae guid as ho mlcht be, but he's a  very industrious body."  source will find a little \ pool in a  wood hollow, with, at one side, a  stream gushing out. . It������ is Seven-  Springs, the source of the Thames;  but there is nothing to tell anyone  that this is the case, and'in the quiet  Costwold Hills, where Seven Springs  is situated, we are not thinking of  London and London's - River. However, a plan is now on foot to lay out  the site in a worthy manner .and to  build a-fountain through which the  Seven Springs may flow.  Q&iek9$8g?������Jlei������������f  <f0f SiUOUSNESS  COMSTIPATiO������r  Take oi_6 tQftiqiif  ATEWTS  A.   M-t   Of   "w_nt__   Invention-"   ma*  Full information Bent Tree On K������Qu_-t.  fftft RAMSAY Co. ������ftVfc   ^W������c������  ss*  -.Valvar  ,PHILUPS  ������*__!__-������^-  AbouL two hnurs alitor cni,������,ln;r  many .people* Hiiu'nr from Hour Htora-  imjIih. Thoy cull It Indigestion, It  means that tho Htomaoii aorvow havo  boon ovor-n1.lniuUil.ad, Thoro Ih _x-  fiewi itch I. Tho way to cirrool. it Is  with an .Olmli, which ncut.'ulEr.c:)  many I.Iitioh iUi volume In ctolil,  Tho right way in PhllllpH' Mlllc of  MagnuMta ������������������ jiiHl. a tnHtohmti. dono In  water,     it in  plca:uuit,   ulUclont ancl  vvh&n. Food  ours  The Man "With' A������ilimti, . almost  longs for death to end his suffering.  He soes ahead only jfears of endless  torment with intervals of rest which  are theniHelves fraught with never  ceasing foar of renewed attacks. Let  him turn to Or. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Rfcmedy and know .what complete  relief it can i*ivo. Let him but use it  faithfully and he will find his asthma  xx. thing iof the past.  Over a Hundred V������rlotion  A  single jtTvce with  approximately  125 vaiietlos    of    apples    has    been  grown hear Martinoss, California, by  George tlpham. It took more than  twelve yearf���������������.���������������������������of ���������experiments to obtain Lhe ph'tUKHuenon. TJpham has  boon grafting bronchos to the original  tree since .'IMS. In the flpving tho  grafted limbs bud nt difforcnt timen  with blossoms in dozens of shades.  hnrmifrwH. It has remained th������  standard with phywieians in tho (50  ycrnra ulnce Its iii volition,  It hi tho quick method. RoniiltH  coino almost iristantly. It hi the  approved mothml. You vvlll never  iimo luiothov whon you know.  P.o mire to got the genuine Phillips' Milk of Magnosla proscribed Ivy  pSiysloluns for 00 years hi ���������correcting'  exconH noleitt. li.ao.h bottle conl,at..is  full dirucUomt -any drugutoro.  l.rStalu'H Youngest Aviator  Miss Winifred Joss DrJnltwator of  I'tLiultty, Sv.������:������lh>.i)Kl, is T������ritain's you::g-  owt aviator,, having just received hor  pilot's Uoquso at 17, tho minimum ago  for a British pilot. In flying solo she  htmrtlow hor machine llko an export.  B, Baldwin, secretary of the Scottish  Flying School, says ���������iho will bo a  groat flyer,  Miuai'd'K  jaMMMMmaaMNMMMM  IJiiiuioiit   IniM   a   hiiiidrod  YOU'LL FIND A  hundred vital.  saving uses for Para-  Sani Heavy Waxed  Paper inyour home.  Gomes in handy,  sanitary, knife-edged  package, For less exacting tiscs: "Centre  Pull" Waxed Tissue  (flat sheets), At  grocers, druggists,  stationers.  Keep Uic frcMnu'sa  ia Hftndwlt'lu-s prepared for llicpariy  with a cover inn o(  iii        IWSm.i.  mi  ���������y-ifirt'  W.    N.    V.    I8f,7  ja_j������H-������l ������im-������ii>������>B amiwraimiMO aumaaiwrM <������������������_.  1.1 M1TCD " limn."'" m  HAMILTON ONTARIO  Wealehi Representatives:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA. SASIC TITR    REVIEW.    CRKSTON,   B.    a  rrr  4  :|||.iT_r!Bsr  -. s-B._-Bf.   iK'_r'?'lii������_rit_.lr_hi' :'m*mT*'  i m ���������������������������mmnm w  AIW5T jManitohaV l^st  Welfare Conference  RUSSIA  ������mpoit,ar.e Cowference To Be Held In  " Winiii jpeg lOariy This.'Month.'  '    Winnipeg, Martr-r-Mj?ch? interest  is,  now  bging,:>'...t.alic_L/-l'..'throughput; Lthe:  London, England^Vueat Will-play:jpvihceYSrYthe������^|_^^m.  ^SiDly^^^  Jerii Conference discussions.     : The   h������H *fc the Marlborough B^rjin-  " ������������������������������������--  ������������������;������������������-���������������������������-���������-'���������    -   nipeg.   on .the :7th,   8th   and  9th   of  October.    ' '"'". '' '' ��������� ���������"     ':   .  \. ���������  This . is to be a conference where  everyone interested in social work or  any. phase oi: it, and including social  workers, church workers, teachers,  nurses, municipal��������� officials, school  j trustees and  . board    members,    and  : NEW CABINET- MINISTER  dumping of Russianwheat"produced  under conditions, of semi-serfdom, has  raised an outcry not only in rural  England but across the ; agrarian  states of Kurope.  It has given  wider    Empire  ,CtO _LHJ������  *-a*-\       -rvi*^*������r.  the    movement    fox  preference    impetus j  9_UCll  arions oould possibly have done.  Nevertheless     there     are     strong {  doubts as to    whether .the    present  Labor government would be prepared to impose a duty on foreign wheat.  f The  "Free   Traders"   and  the"-'Free  'Fodders,"-   such   as   Rt.   Hon.   Philip  Snowden, Chancellor of theYExcheq-"  ner,  and Rt.  Hon.  William Graham,  president of the Hoard of Trade, are  much at;the economic helm at T>own-  ing Street.  The Rt. Hon. J. H. Thomas, Secretary of State for the Dominions,  has a counter scheme which would  accord preferences by way of bulk  state-purchases. But although Mr.  Thomas has not yet divulged the details of his plan it is meeting strenuous criticism, on the ground that it  will increase the price of food.   -  The Daily. Herald, L/.abor organ,  dismisses the outcry against the  dumping of Russian wheat as a  political stunt.  on  ! those who' come in contact with" the  ���������different hunian.    problems  of    their  communities will    be Welcome,    and  their   part   in    the   discussions   appreciated.  Much study has been given over  the past nine months to the series of  topics related to Manitoba problems  that should occupy a place on the  program, and to the securing- of the  most qualified persons to lead in their  presentation and discussion. Over*fifty  men   and   women,   ail   prominent   in  See Trade Reviva!  Bankers Predict Permanent Improvc-  .���������.. 'men. -In._-Volume, Of..'.JBuaiaess  :.' Victoria, B.C.-���������"Wo  .have, reached  the' bottom and are at the��������� turn,"'-Sir.  Robert T36ttr ~ president^ of ;the Royal"  \_kan^.^  ih commenting jonj^jioxiditioiis- in.Can-  ad.a-:' yy i-'is y^'-:yY? y-'";'-y-':.....y ���������������������������: :;  '���������"���������"There'"-is'- no..^stringency;; of money  Iri tho country," Y commented- Sir  Charles Gordon.,' president "of the  Rank of Montreal, another Canadian 'financier visiting here.  "The trade of the country has suffered a setback: due in some measure  to the low,price of commodities, but  there is a, better'" feeling now," Sir  Charles added. -  .. "The revival is coming, but it will  be gradual," lie' eoiitsntied."'-'   There is  Hon. W.-'A." Gordon, Minister of  immigration and Colonization, Ottawa, Canada.  SPIEIfEET R__M  TOCEITIOSMS  OF WHEAT POOL  , Sasltatobn, ��������� "Sask:���������-The , individual  farmer in Saskatchewan is harder  pressed -inanetally today than he_ was  in 1923, when the Wheat Pool was  organized and depression was worldwide, in the opinion., of H. S. Fry, of  Regina, publicity director of the Sj_a-  katchewan Wheat Pool.  Commenting . on the Winnipeg  news .despatch! which said: that reports had been circulated to various  exchanges that the .Pool was facing  financial' disaster, Mr. Fry said that  Exsec* Coliaiise Of  plenty of money 'in the .country for rwas "only an exaggerated example  the business being done "and we are | of what has been, going on particular-  always ready to advance loans for | ty during the past three months."  legitimate commercial enterprise." j Opponents of organized market-  . This year's crop,-whicli has been \ inS on the part of farmers, he said,  estimated at    four hundred    million 1 considered the present an opportune  Cal  their various fi%ds, have already ac- j. Indian   government   Reports   lievolt  cepted certain, responsibilities for this- Is Nearing End  purpose.   .;      >;.���������-. J     Simla, India.���������The collapse of Ma-  Two outstanding speakers. Dr.] hatma Gandhi's civil disobedience  Bernard H. McGhic, of Oriilia, possi- j movement was prophesied-in the In-  bly's Canada's foremost authority on j t^an government's weekly commun-  the training of the. feeble-minded j i<lue on the political situation in the  child,   and. Dr.  Henry  L.  McKay   of l emmtrv;  [bushels',  is better.than had been, ex-^  Ipectedj   Sir  Chatlea" commented.  0V03_86i_i !     "There should *be a permanent r im-  ; provement in the volume of business  done bytbfe   manufacturers   of    the  country,"   he   said' when   questioned  concerning the new tariff.  Chicago, a noted, student of the problem of the delinquent, are among-  those on the program.  The     problems    _of      the      wnder-  : privileged or wayward child,  i  The communique said that the influence of propaganda of National  Congress agents was "rapidly evaporating'? and thbugh. still important in  In regard to    the    conference    on ;-*r "-"-���������������w- "'  "������_-"��������� ��������� ��������� I rural areas was destined to fail in-  Dominion  legislation,    whose   'report   ^? T^      .? "? n*"^   *^" j evitably because of    the    deleterious  comes up   for   consideration   at   the i tal defectrve, the delinquent, m their; econom!c   consequences   of   the   civil  Imperial Conference, th_* Manchester | varjOU3 aspects ^s well as such gen- = disobedience campaign  *-      -,. 1      __. _   -������.*.  ^������^:������������-D    eral topics as "Health" and "Unem-  UU..U.UU  .eir- .���������   ...  _     _ -j.  ployment"  are  all  listed  for  discus-  as a whole, will doubtless be adopted | Y  J  SlOTl  without much difficulty.        ....." '   ��������� Y, ,      ,        ,       ,  " The financial burden placed on pro  vincial a.nd -ixuniclpal funds, as well  as the calls on the purse of the benevolent individual, are each year assuming greater proportions. There is,  in addition, an ever-widening belief,  I and,   in   consequence,   an, increasing  ���������-������ M  ���������_������.>:  Makes Speedy Trip  "The right of the British Government to disallow or reserve Dominion legislation has become purely  theoretical and the recommendation  that it should fmally be abolished is  Relief Work Started  Six Hours For Flight From Oklahoma  To Wlnsalpeg  Winnipeg, Man,���������Nine hundred and  thirty miles in 385 minutes���������^almost  2.5 miles a minute-���������that is the record  made by Daniel .J. Moran, president  of the Continental Oil Company and  four companions, including W. M.  Harrison? managing editor of the  Daily Ol-ciahoma and former editor of  the Winnipeg Tribune, in the fastest  trip ever made by humans from Oklahoma City to Winnipeg.  Mr. Moran had, a date in Winnipeg  not likely to- be disputed,"  says  the ! pressure on  Guardiani     :        ;     -Y' '.    ���������';';:j?';|''  "It is well, ,how;e>er^ to i'ecjpgnize.  : that ^this' means that minorities such  as the Sptjtb^ertt',J_o^^fete^i^-Jreland.:..  and the native groups -actually v������*ith-  In the Union of South AfricaTVcan no  longer, evert in theory, look to -Britain  for protection."  "That Dominion lcgislatiori should,  have extra-territorial Validity is also  a necessary  Unemployed'Mine Workers Of Nova    vitu Governor Sales of the Hudson's-  Scotia Will Receive Help    t       | Ray Company, and he  started  from  Ha;if^^.---D^tribution ;.of   re- j tte, southern  city with a forty-mile  lief to ju_Lu.e vvOrkeiS/and their fa������i-jAVind trying to pound his tail"all the  ^^lir-autho^SiUies ^ ^e various colliery  districtss^ay. througl^   He   lett  there   in   the  general good more still fof Nova Scotia affected by iinemploy-  mornitig and had lunch ih Winnipeg  that for the general good  lias  to be done in .dealing with the .1 ment will be started immediately, the  hroblem;> of    the   .mental ;-defectiVTB..tcc^!-i^>be r^smp^'^^-^ed^^^smcL,  Proviri_iai    Gbverhnae-it's -.-,..'aiidY,;-.'the  In   difficult   times,   such.' as   the- one  the--country.:^^     ..   _ ,.-..���������._..,,.,....  +he "uestion of farn^l'*' relief and 'theT133''^111^1^? , tw-s������in com.nauniti_s.. con-  proper/ resppnsibility.. for its; care ..is ' ~'~���������~" ������"***- -+������'* ���������.-^- ������������������'������ ���������-������">*-  assuming, a heiv~. impdftahce.  All such questions are giving, increased thought and anxiety to those  interested in the welfare of Jtheir  various communities,  and  emphasize  AnX'tMr^bie  result-"of   t:hG necessity:for-seeking an intelli-  and dcs^a&ie result  01 ; gent plan lo deal with them."  equality.    Difficult    qrie^tions    arise, |     -x^e state of Minnesota, for over 30  such.'as the. uniformity; of merchant [years, has held annual conferences on  shipping legislation, wdthin the Eiri-  pire, but this will be of ithe greatest  value.  "If a dominnion which now .has. no  mercantile marine, asserts i-S desire  to fly its own flag to the exclusion  of one which marks it as a member  cerned." This statement was -made  by P.". W. Morrison, president of the  United Mine Workers, district 26, hnd  mayor of Glace'. Bay,, following a  conference with Hon. Percy C. Black,  acting premier of Nova Scotia.  time to try to shake the f^ith- of  farmers in their marketing organization. The attempt would fail, he  was convinced. The Pool was handling a larger percentage of the crop  thau last year.  Whatever happens, farmers will  not go back to a system which the  great majority of them have abandoned because of its failure to give  due consideration to the producer as  a primary factor.  The ' {spreading of maliciously  faked reports such as the j>he circulated recently the director termed  "as traitorous to the national -welfare and the welfare of agriculture  in Western Canada, as.. it, .is well-:-...  timed psychologically."  "I can only repeat."; said Mr. Fry,  "what has already been said from so  j many official quarters,  that  there is  absolutely -,110   foundation    whatever  for this malicious story.  "This is a matter whieh, of course,  directly  affects  the  business  of the  central   selling, agency,,   but  attacks  such as-this, made under cover and  designed to- misuse the power of the,  press, are not unheard of in our ex-  ; periehce  -previously,   and   are   aimed  and "was-    smilingly  shaking    hands t primarily    at    breaking    down     the  wi'th Governor > ;Si-������e-i.:--.';''nearI^'->':^IO00-rmQi^e: qfi the- membership    of    the  ^milies^ fipra his ^t^tirig point in^ the I n^yincial^ pools,   on.   tlie    basis    of  ���������tftemooxi.-He used his own tri-ssiotor- -.v/hicll. ths C.S.i__ operates.  ed custom-built Ford monoplane.  I  Executions In Russia  Manitoba Conference on social work,  decisions and, results of the greatest  ' benefit, and work'out practical meth-  ' ] ocls for dealing with some of the im-  of the British commonwealth, there mediate difficulties.  will be no thunder from Whitehall! To those desiring the detailed pro-  _    ,1        -_     )~u������ *.. ,ii;v Y gram of the conference, a request to  to deny its right to do so. | the  Secretirv.    753 Wolsclev    Ave.,  The Guardian   , believes,    nowever, j Winnipeg, Manitoba, will secure itv  that if the/test actually came    the!  _  . ��������� ���������<  practical . convenlbhco of flying .1  flag which the "British-navy [would  recognize and, protect,would likely  weigh   heavily   against ; the   pleasure  its welfare work and every year has  brought an increasing help to  those  engaged; iu sociat work. A repreaenta- ' Forty-Eight Revolutionists Are Shot  tive attendance from    all   over    the     ��������� .���������*���������     Jy ��������� .      .       ������-    _ ��������������� -  Province should    give    to    this    first j       For Bestroying Food -Reserve*  Is Proving a Success  Canadian  Cattle Exports ��������� To  Britain  "   Favorably Received  Ottawa, Ont.���������"The resumption of  Oanada's export^ cattle trade to the  Old Country has apparently^- got  a\yay to a good start, ���������' commented H.  S.   Arkeli,   Dominion  livestock  com-  undisputed     iridepe,ncl-  Saving To Dairy Farafer'  Moscow, Russia.���������All members of a | missioner, following receipt of a re-  secret counter-revolutionary society, | port on the initial shipment of Cana-  ntunbering d8, who were found guilty j dian beef cattle to Manchester, dCng-  of seeking to starve the population of \ land.  the Soviet Union by destroying the I "Our cattle have evidently niet a  food reserve of the country, were j very satisfactory reception despite  shot recently by the Ogpu, ,as "un-jthc fact they arrlv-d on the rnftrket.  reconcilable enemies of .the, Soviet during one of the hottest spells of  Government     and     active     counter-   weather England has experienced in  Creaiu-Exporters Now Have Inspection Free Of Charge  Ottawa, Ontario.���������As; a. measure  of relief for dairy farmers producing milk and cream for export    to   the    TJnited    States,    Hon.  of  asserting  ence. ������������������.���������.'"  Regarding the - much-discussed  abolition of dominion appeals lo the'  judicial committee of . tho Privy  Council, the Guardian remarks that I  those who are alarmed, to hear talk}'.Robert Wotr, Minister of Agriculture,  of modifying1 the tribunal's func- hus lssued h^tructions to tho vet-  tloiu. may:.'l.e conofortcd by the fact ierinAl*JV��������� inspection nt������ff that boKir,-  that the^ need Cor. aomo final; inter- j ni*&" September 22, inspection., ro-\  imperial court in recognised 'even by 1 fi������ir<5<!1 xm^cr thG TT������itod States Fed-  thoso   dominlonB.''which   have' tnUon  .omS. IhlP������rt  M1,k  Act'.to permit  of  milk or cream being shipped Into tho  ���������United' States, shall be made free, of  charge, .;' , "     ,!  r ovolittionis ts."...  Professor Alexander Ryazantzey  and Eugene Karatyguin Leaded^ the  list of executed governmental officials.  20 years," Mr. Arkeli said.  "Now. that we have made sucH a  good start, Canadian shippers should  see to it that no inferior oattlo ar������  allowed to go overseas."  Many  factors  combined to  create  I the farmers' serious * financial condi-  | tion, Mr. Fr_r believed, among these  ' low   prices,   short crops, obligations,  tt>    creditors     accumulated    during <  years of higher prices, and the general world-wide depression. Y  "This unusual". combination bifcir-  cu-hstanccs' is being used to the ^at-  most by those who would injure the  Pools through any means short of  direct libel/' he said, "and the incident is only an aggravated example  of what has been going on in a lesser  way continually and in the last three  months in particular.  "All these efforts to undermine organized marketing in this province  arc foredoomed to certain failure.  Farmers may well be disappointed  at the present, low level of prices.  Cash wheat has ^dropped .nearly 50  cents 011 the Winnipeg market since,  the beginning of the present crop  yenr.-  -:.'.._���������  BISHOP-ELECT GOES TO NEW DIOCESE  tho most ��������� pleasure V hi   flouting   "the  authority of the present one.  Seeking On ..������->' Of I>opr<������w������Bon  Ooneya.''Swit!',orlftj,dr';''-:SkiHaH  Law-  -reneo,. JUibur-ttliHii'inuui' nnd ��������� parliamentary soorotf-ry to., tho ��������� ministry  of health in the jMiaqDonnld' cabinet,  In tho name of, iho Ilrltiiah Government " .urgud the**;League of Nntlonn }  assembly to Imititute   i\   \vor3d-wido j  Vsclontiilc    inquiry    Into    the    fiuultt-  incntal ctaiiHQ-i otv bconomlc dcpros.'.lou |  r������pui led by vtrUialiy all couuU'ien on  the globe.  This��������� nvoaiui a saving; to  tho dairy  farmer of from $2 to 2j������5 or more for  tho ofllclal inspection of hls'premisGH  and herd.' '  frXt>ioM<-'-na  .;,IfivolvoH White' Tomut<>  Vancouver, lJfCY- ��������� A:' ^re'timied"' '-wl-'  dior farn.er at ^Chiiilwacki' after'  years of experimenting, lma.pi'bducort  a white tomatp. Thl������'.moBt iinusiu^.  variety is "non-acid arid hoi) been cul-  ti voted oKpoelally for, HufforerH fro in  diabctcfi. " '���������   '"'"'" '''  W.    N.    IT.    .1857  Illicit Narcotics Traffic  Lean'Me Of NutlonrtTold That Canada  'iin.Oiip.''.Ol the VlellniH  ' Cc-tiivn', '"nvvltsov.aiul!-' T-trs. Mary  Ironeparlby,, of Alberta, tpld the social .^iiuefl^orittv^ comwfujttoo ' .of ^"-th.o  * Long tie" o!l! Nations tiiat Oiumda Ib  onp of ^tliq;Vloilms';-.qiiitho illicit traf-  jflc p\. nai^bctiOH. - ':���������'���������'������������������'���������'  ,'��������� "feliie ,������'alcl the situation was hnprov-  i������HV however, owing to the arrest  of many, taking part in the traffic.  Thorough,.control ot iuirc������.tiuH entering' Canada had alno aided in dc-  creatiing Uiq cjuantitto.i illegally  brouffht In. .  Deplores Alarmist Talk    v  Dr. Swan son Sa.yn There I������ No Over  Production OI Wheat  Quebec, Que.���������All alarmist talk of  World over-production of wheat was,  in his opinion, wholly unwarranted.  Dr. W.  W.  Swauson,  of Saskatoon,  head pf the" Department of ISccnomica  of Jhe University of  Saskatchewan,  said, prior to    sailing    for   EidSadon,  3_ngland. I>r. Swanaon ts one of the  wheat experts attending .-the London  conference in an advisory capacity.  ':   "Wheat U' the- wprlcrw'WflIC'food; ���������  there has novor been aiiy true surplus?,  of food and there probably never will.  ho," DrY Swanson Bald.    "Thoro certainly is none at present, and a country such as Canada may sidfoly regard  Its storea of wheat as the truest form  of'wealth, certain to he converted ltito  money on n    fair    TinnIn    nf    priro,  despite temporary diffkeultles of marketing,"  HIh l-orrlship J. HocWgua ���������Vil]onoiiyol������,blHJiop-eloet of Oravelhourff, Saskatchewan, accompanied by oUior high Roman Ontliolla dlgiiltaviow, pawued  through Winnipeg recently en route ta avavelbourg in the Canadian Pacific  private enr Montmorency. Thin photograph wiui ta|ten Mpon. their arrival at  Winnipeg where thoy stayed a whorl time. IProm" loft to right: Blnhop Quy,  O.M.l,, ArohblHhop Forben, of Ottawa, Blahop .T, R^drlguo VlUeioeuve, and  BlwhoK. ,., Prud'homme, of the dlocewe of Prince Alborl>������tariliatoon'.  .   I : ���������  Slioww Large Profit  London, ran gland,���������The British  post olllco will ahow a profit of welt  ovor nine million pouncla," or $.5,000,-  000'this year, Hon. H. B. Lecn-Smlth,  Poutmuiiter-Cleneral, hIwUm. The uu-  nouncemont Is going  to  aromie. tho  I' advocatefl of penny pontage to freali  efforts. THE  CRESTON   REVIEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points,  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner  CRESTON,  B.C.,   FRIDAY,   OCT.   3  Let's Haye an Early Decision  winter sets in to get on with their  work.  When the -wintry -winds do blow  cement work is not done to the  best advantage, and on other outdoor effort altogether too much  time is lost in near zero temperatures swinging arms, stamping  feet and other activities of that  sort in an effort to keep up steam  for the work in hand.  Road Appropriations  In an effort to excuse the government for the poor shape high-  ivsvg in most 'rvarts of the "province  are in apologists for the administration are now saying that  appropriations for maintenance  are not large enough, and point  to the fact that while traffic has  greatly increased in the past four  or five years, yet the annual grant  for keeping up highways is much  the same as in 1925, for instance.  At first blush this argument  may look to have merit to it^ but  let us not forget that in the last  five years work with horses and  much man or hand labor has been  the same $5.00 a day we should  get better distribution than was  formerly ��������� possible with at least  half a dozen teams who, with  driver, wouid have drawn down  another $50 daily.  "^hile traffic has undoubtedly  increased, we must not forget that  labor saving methods have surely  greatly reduced labor costs, so  that the same amount for upkeep  as five years ago should be equally  efficient today���������and a little more  so. Instead of pleading insufficiency in appropriation it would  be much.tiearer the truth to lay  the ! blame on inefficiency in  supervision, -��������� of both work and  expenditures.  ^^aa-a������-a������*������������*----a*^--^fr---a--.--������---a������J._^K_ _fc  _^_ A-.-aa-._A.��������� j-la^���������1aaW_.j^_r|^l-^| , dlfhaaaQ a- tfflai a- a_aa- I _lff_ a' I al^ll ���������! |TTI III OTlill I ^1 III <H*Tl.ll 111^1 !��������� lifltat iTfl II fl> - -a_-I aft aa if-��������� aft -l-tl-l_TW  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &/ Veal  Phone your order and receive our best service.  IX������fti_a>aii������_r  _>Ia*_      Mnnaal    /_-*-������-���������  Now that the formal hearing  has been held^by the provincial  water aboard on the rival applications for permission to develop  Groat River canyon it is to be  hoped that no time will be lost iri  handing down a decision into  which will be written in unmis-  takeable terms the earliest possible  uate j-QP tne cornt������ienceanent anvi  completion of this long looked  fdr power development.  Our information is that both  companies have their plans all  prepared and have ample capital  to at once proceed with construction, under whieh circumstances  there seems .no good reason for  the -water board to allow many  days to pass without work being  commenced. done away with.    Today the gas ' pends paid total $30f000, of which  And,   likewise,   the   companies  shovel in charge  of one man at amount $15,000 goes to the board  interested will be wanting a quick $5.00   a  day  will  load  as  much  chairman.  decision   so  that  full   advantage gravel as a dozen men who form-  can be taken ������f the fine weather erly were paid about $50.    And a  that    may    be    expected    before motor truck driven by a man at  Early in September the Tolmie  s government abolished the one-  ! man liquor control board and has  3  3 replaced it with a board of three  members. Up till September it  cost the province $12,000 yearly  in salary to handle its liquor control business, but with the new  three-man control the yearly sti-  VRX OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  1  4  4  -"������������    ������������������-_,������-���������������������������������    -���������>������.������-   -   ���������        m���������^artrr   ������������������*-___.    *������������.*"_/^_,������������a,  BUKM&    !__/__._������___,   XTKJUUMRM   r\JW?  URNS & COMPANY, Liu.  ���������T'yyyv^'y  ���������v*vv"_ 'wvw v wvvvvvJy  i y aa- ny.y.y  ���������**<*)���������  r  Do You. Ever Worrv?  _���������* ������-.  let the safety of  your Securities and  Papers of value worry  you. Just gatKer tKeni  toge_-_._er __-������������. oare^y -_������������������>-_.  in. oiir vault:.       >  We are glad to relieve  you of this worry with  less cost to you than the  price of a daily paper.  393  i___i_tei__.iii_ii    mi  UHL   Pf  hs_-_i������ ornce -        torohto  I Capital-and Reserve $15,000,000 j  CRESTON        -        -        - J. S. W. CLOWES, Manager  Branches ai Nelson. .nvormere( Cranbrook. Fernie  Thrift  consists in spending less than  you earn*  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment,  We pay interest on Savings balances and shall welcome your  account. ho  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capitol Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creiaton Dranch.  R. JL Forbes. Manager  ���������MWlHal^WW**^^  At a time when it was expected  the administration would be limiting expenditures in luxuries, in  order to cope with the demands  for unemployment relief^ this reorganization of the liquor control  board at such princely salaries is  proving anything but popular with  the people. !?������$  And, bad and all as the uncalled  for raise in government operation  expense is, the situation is made  all the more disgraceful hy the  government permitting W. P.  Kennedy to resign as member "for  North Okanagan^ to take a place  on the board at'4>7,500 per annum.  In the twelve years the Liberals  were in power at Vicioriait had  many I sinsi both of omission and  commission to answer for, but  the Review cannot recall any of  them quite so reprehensible as the  Kennedy salary grab.  If the administration at Victoria  is going to.develop the policy of  adding to the staffs of .departments that have a surplus of  revenues Creston and district  would not be averse to* the appointment of a game guardian for  this section. If our memory is  not playing tricks on us we feel  sure we are quite juslifi-u in  saying that for 1929 the intake for  hunting and fishing licenses at  Creston would be ample to pay  the salary and expenses of such  an officeV the local Bod and Gun  Club have long asked for.  /Tall        lilSU'iaCfi. tOl  saved  may mean a  life saved  Insulators, those glass caps  on telephone poles to which ^he  wires are connected* are important factors in keeping the  telephone service open. I- they  are broken a cessation of service  is likely to result.  ���������.���������������_]  TRUCK  BBS  LAKE!  Ws have a Truck suitable far every job  General Cartage, Contract Hauling, Machinery, Wood Supplies, Grayel, Building  Material.  FRUIT HAULING a Specialty  Seasonable charges.    Competent drivers.  We finish our work on time,  OB n       "ftuuFn        BWS mmmm ^^_^ B������ Gi'-F������   B    99  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  B-  ������_3  Y^_  V&~  Gyproc Makes  Slimmer Homes  3f. ,f _^_r_ey--^..-rc ML  w<  ^n Ami ��������� J- * -ft * Ai - rift W_,tlfTill>hnnAl- AVw.1% ft iVn l*t t ���������*V'*--���������*'--���������*���������- *��������������� ~*m}~JLmJ*\*..mm>*tm*\*.mm,mmtm*>*mi*Jm..*.AmmA - mm _��������� ___ - ���������__ - fi-���������._-._--_-_. .A _,���������_---���������-, -.__������������������  ' ��������� 4  The Consolidated Mining: &  : Smelting* Company of Canada, Ltd.  ���������-���������"��������������������������� ..������..'���������  ,  Office, Smelting and Refining Department  TRAIL, British Columbia  Smelters and. Ref Sners,  PurchaaerH of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lend and Zinc Ores.  Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Load and Zinc,  TADANAC BRAND  So the breaking of an insula- .  tor, putting telephone service  out of order, may prevent jah  emergency call from going  through and thereby result in  the loss of life. Likewise, an  insulator saved may mean a  life saved.  Deliberate breaking of insulators is a criminal offence, ancl  prosecution will follow detection.  PROTECT your family by  ,     *%-**������tit-S*-������mm     ������������#_������*_->     C-l.ir_.Y_.tf-t* '  ���������������������������-       AJLAMftaUULtC^ jr<0'%*-_- *** ���������mm ������������������_���������_������������������ ��������� A  home draught-proof, du$t~  Sroof and fire-safe. The hew  npioved Gyproc, that does  not burn will render you this  service at small cost.  Use it for structurally*  strong walls, ceilings ana  partitions. You can tint,  paper ox* plaster it it you  wish. It is easily and quickly  applied, is a permanent asset,  and is vastly superior to  other building materials.  Your dealer's name is  listed below. Ask him today  for full information on Gyproc Wallboard or send for  interesting free book "Building and Remodelling with  Gyproc.1"  a BOsXv  Kootenay Telephone Co.  LIMITED  s P&r Sat* by  ���������MMNMWaMW  mw*i*������m4**mmivmmm\wi.m\tmi  mMmmmmtmtAmmmmmm*mMmmummu*$*m^im\m   ' ���������- - -���������"������������������ - -"-  ��������� ' '  ���������"���������"������������������������������������">���������' --���������.--i ���������L  yy  THE  e&SSEflN ��������� SEVIER  :      T^���������'W^::,-B;n'- ���������-���������j^Wwl  II  j:  I  ^PROSPEROUS  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  PAEANS  MORE OPPORTUNITIES  FOR YOU  WfOU have 600,000 neighbors   in   British  J������    Columbia.   Their effective income per  capita is  $836 a year.    Multiplied by  600,000   this   amounts  to   Five   Hundred  ���������������/r-11? _J_ VV-Tl ��������������� X������ . ���������'_.' " T\    'a.-    1  ���������iViili-U-i       i_WU_Ui_i   ,      JT LXtXytSllUy       III      JDriUSll  Columbia depends to a considerable extent  upon how much of this income we re-invest  by purchasing goods made in R.C,, and how  much we send away to foreign countries.  mont toll take charge of  the   new room'  that is to be opened at the public school./  She has taugh||a^hferta for a couple of  year* and _o"D_M^ell. recom mended.  The paint_rSv_^jt|lvorapleteu the work  of the Woo-^a^^^hTlding next the old  Speers store pij^wilROn' Avei-ue. and in  its dress of w^telmtti green trimmings  t&u? new strac^^^^reatTy improves the  appearance"of^al&i������att of the town.  Creston M^s<q_ue;Lodge had a rep-^^anlypf  tesentative taruout of members at Christ  Church on Sunday: evening when the  brethren attended divine service, Bro.  Rev. A. GarlicTcJdeliyered a very practical address appropriate for the occasion.  ^SVith o_jT*r two booths oneratitior on the;  grounds on fair day"'fhe   Presbyterian  and United  Church Lodies' Aids both  enjoyed spiendSd:financial returns.   The  former bad ancfiifitlce of about $150  and  1 the latter had about $70 after paying all  expenses.  Burial will take place at Porthill' today.  In the home, in the community, in every  activity in which she participated the  late Mrs. Frencft personified all that  was best sn womanhood, and her death*  will be mourned by a wide circle: of  sine ere'friends;.  1  Every time you demand B.C. Products you  help to create greater prosperity in your own  Province for your neighbors and yourself.  B GL PRODUCTS  BUREAU  of the  Vaiicouver Board of Trade  f_hri������>.     __hi.r--h     -_r.ie.nn  ���������UHIIOI      UIIUIUII9     vmoiyii  ������  Word reacbed_here a few days  iVta  rtaai-U     si-     lT\S������-..-.i-.-.������.        vi7_<si  of  CRESTON���������8.00 am, Holy Communion; 7.30 p.m., Evensong.  LISTER���������11,09 a.m., Matins.  ERICKSON���������3.00 p.m , Evensong.  , fl__* *������  '   a. ������S.  Orc_=_T  ENGINEER  SUffVmYOR  ARCHITECT  ���������y~*   ���������������  iv������ I  V^rfV ,  ���������' "   __*. o.  r...  r-i> a **%-������r\ o> wj n  REAL EST ATE  Listings solicited.  CRESTON.     B.C.  with  We8 _EimSttpet-X,with its Short  Shot Stribgand i? to 20 yarda  greater effective range, knockdown the high'flying ducks and  geese. No wonder shooters  everywhere say it's the finest  load of all. Get your ammuni*  tion and hunting supplies here.  Local a.nd Personal  LAND FOR SALE���������40 acres en bloc  or in 10-acre tracts, going cheap. Anyone  looking for a bargain for a good home  apply E. Nouguier, Canyon.  Jas. Anderson of Vancouver was a  visitor at Creston at the weekend oh  business in connection with Reclamation  Farm operations. He wos accompanied  by his solicitor, Mr. Lett, ot the same  .city.'-;.  Provincial police officer R. H. Hassard.  was a Nelson visitor on Monday going  thst fsr-#!ih' a Gsriyon yoath who had  that day been sentenced to a term of  threi years in the boys reform school at  Agassi-...  The forestry fire season closed on  Tuesday and the staff is now down to  one man. J. P. McDonald, ranger in  charge of the Creston district.. Total  operating cos? this year was about  $17,000. ���������  Creston and District Women's Institute Q-tober meeting 3s schebuled *or  Friday afternoon next, 10th, when  matters in connection with the ,1030  iCootenay-Boundary Institutes' confer-  erence will be discussed^  Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Jackson .left at the  e nd of the week for the coast where, we  understand, they will visit for a few-  weeks. The reeve will attend the convention of B.C. Municipalities Officers  at New Westminster next week.  The school trustees announce that  they have   secured Miss Marion Lear-  ago  oariv  September, of Mrs. Dombush, a former  resident of Crea&on, who for a few years  resided on- Mra^Mead's ranch Deceased  and he. fan_iiy,Ie_t here about 1924 to  reside in Oregon/ *_  YHarvest thanksgiving service will be  held at Christ<��������� Church at 7.30 next  Sunday evening,'fof 'which service the  edifice will be decorated and the service  fully choral Like services will be held  at Lister the -*= same morning, and  Erickson in the."afternoon..  O. W.- Humphrey of Nelson, district  manager for the New York Life Assurance Company, is working this-part of  his territory, this week. He is also  president, pf Creston .Riding Liberal  Association and is conferring with the  local party workers for a date and place  for the association annual meeting.  FOR SALE���������Wigen's 40-acre farm at  Wynndel, in whole or in two 15-acre and  one 11-acre lot, .with irrigation and im  provements, offered at one-half the cost  of improvements. Failing health compels retirement. If unable to sell will |  rent out part or all to right parties for  1931 or longer. Address O. J. WIGEN,  Wynndel, B.C.���������  Commencing last Tuesday the Players'  orchestra resumed.their weekly practices*  a d %t the^naugural meeting L. W.  Stephens : was1: reappointed conductor;  Lionel Moore,;librarian^ R.    Chandler,  secretary--j������;easu,!er,-anda music comrri-  ittee.of G.^H- Kdlv and Ted Staples,  .The spasohjstaTts^th; a membership of  ten;, five of"'wb<5& are violinists.      ''      ':  In   connection  Greston Pythians were out in large  numbers at the regular meeting; on  Thursday night lart at which Don. C.  _ Grand Forks, Grand Ohan>..  cellor of the domain of British Columbia  made his official visit. Second and third  ranks were conferred on seven candidates  and in his address, the grand chancellor  warmly complimented Chancellor Cam-'  mander C. F. Armstrong and the other  officers on the proficiency: shown in  conferring the degrees and was equally  eulogistic in his references to the splendid  growth Wild Rose Lodge is having, with;  its membership now at 70. At the close  of lodge there was the usual banquet and  speechmaking to round out an evening  that was thoroughly appreciated by all;  In auditio-L to the local rr.-mbefs visitors  were present from Fernie, Salmo. Trail,  Canb rook and Michel Lodges. V  Dr. Carl's Discovery  Stops Gas, Constipation  __ ln   his   private   practice,    Dr.    Carl  weschecke first perfected the simple .  mixture now known as Adlerika.  Unlike most remedies. Adlerika acts on  BOTH uppeJ and lower bowel and  removes old poisons you would never  believe were in^ou'r system. Stops GAS  bloating its 10 minutes! Relieves chronic  constipation in 2 hours! Let Adlerika  give your stomach and' bowels a REAL  cleaning and see how good you feel! It  will surprise you! Creston Drug & Book  Store.    : __  TENDERS FOR OLD  SOHQOL BUILD!KG  FOR SALE���������20-acres fruit land near  Canyon    school,- mortgage   sale,   good  value    Apply R. Palmer, Nelson.  Tendersforthe purchase and removal  of the old Wynndel schoolhouse from  school grounds will be received by the  undersigned up to the 20th day of  October, 1930. Highest or any tender  not necessarily accepted. J.G.ABBOTT,  Secretary School Board, Wynndel, B.C.  1 ��������� rtii 1  &n .'r.t4iipr!M  Rev. R. E. CRIBB, B.A., Minister-  11.00 a.m,���������WYNNDEL."  4.00 p.m.���������CANYON.  7.30 p;m.���������CRESTON-  SITB JECT: "Is Sin Old Fasfi-bhed?"  _Ji- _.,!������__  1 -j_M0^^A^_-aW������-afcL-a_aa_---a___-__--_a_-^.^-^_ML*  -.^-^^ii^-^fti-liAifif-fliAit^ifr^i *���������-*--* -f^-^r-.- ^-���������^|-A���������  1-  Sfffj* __^^8k B^S.  B    mm\   <mV mW  1* ay In  How ahout^that Transfer Work  Yqh want done Before Winter?.  DO IT NOW!    PHONE 13 and 27.  WE  GUARANTEE ALL WORK.  Apple Hauling.    Sand or Gravel  Jewell and Newcastle Coal���������Lump or Egg size  Fir and Tamarac Wood .  reg:watson  ALBERT DAVIES  .m}<m>"VW"W  ���������vvwmj'V  ���������l������"^y^r���������'^^>���������^) wv  *mw^mwr^'4mmm*mmT**4mrt**mr^^^*^*  ���������vww  f'mfmV  Wotld'a GH-RmpIou Ammunition  V. MAW SON  ������u>  aa-ttV-WS-VawtfgW'iMww  J  mm&W  Wo invite you to inspect our  new ������tuck of  ~*mn*>  m&   ���������  __'"fc_ ffia^^w_. jmrm. ������������,      a_S? i_2__ *wm,tM*i&MKS*>  which havo ju'st ������trived !  NewcHlv Shapes.  Nice asaortment of aiKcs.  Bi'icoa aro right*-.  CM.nection   witn    tne     air     man  between Calgary, Alberta, and the coasts  which is now pr*>n.ised for next spring, a  crew of four surveyors are making temporary snrveys of landing fields, and this  week are at work on 40 acres lying in the  vicinity   of   the ���������   Heric Penson-C.    O,  Rodgers> places, between   Creston   and  Erickson,   At Kitchener they have been  offered free a very fine 120   acre  site  alongside  the  main  highway   by    the  pwner, W.L. Hathaway pf San.Francisco.  A well known and highly esteemed  resident of Porthill has been called by  death in the passing on Sunday evening  of Mrs. H. A. French, who died from  injuries-sustained in an accident on  September ~_4ths'when she fell off the  back verandah of their residence to the  ground, a distance of about Eifteen feet.  Deceased waa in her sixtieth year and  has been a resident of Porthill since 1912,  at which time she waB married to Mr.  French, who has been in business in that!  town   for   more   than     thirty    years  THE 1930 FORD OFFERS  .-"���������t-r-Y.  XOl"  sit? iviviicy  The new models with larger, roomier bodies and new body  lines cannot be equalled Cor comfort, power, beauty or stamina  and the new low prices make jthem them the biggest value fdr*  the money on the motor car market todaty. ;  If you cannot afford a new car bring in your old one and  let us put new life in it.     The latest piece of equipment we  . haye added to our shop is a Lisle Valve Machine, and it  certainly does turn out a real valve job: '���������  .   Our Shop Equipment  is the Best and}  our Mechanics know how to handle it I  ALL WORK GUARANTEED *  PR EIVI l-E-'Ft   Gi AR AG EI  FAutfith    ou     MAXWELL  service: on anything operated by gasoline  ������  !������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������_������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  D  mWmm -SwSMl^SfSS&^^fi  Shoe and  Hmneva  Hapairin������  01 _hina  Exceptional Values  Service Plates  Pitchers  Vases       '  Teas-  Bowls  Coiulle Stick Holders  ' Odd Piectoa  TO CLEAR AT  ONE  DOJLLAR  ;Gf8.st8ii Sftig%' HqqIs Store  Make Your Orchard Pay  Every Year!  You can do It wli  ^      -RIRIIARF.D"   DEU0I..US  Ever   since   tqe   original :  Delicious was placed on the ������  market, the f rui t has brought :  top   prices,   every "season. 3  When other varieties sold at :  a  loss  to the grower, the ���������  Delicious always brought a s  good price, that is, if the S  fruit was in good condition. ;  Think what it means now to ;  have an apple with all the-*s  good   qualities   of  the" old ;  Delicious and   in   addition. :  have all the added) color, and S  an apple that can b_ picked s  earlier, and one thatwill stay ���������  in prime condition aa much s  losiger.     Th^ose  who  plant  now are to be rewarded with  larger profits*'  Tfi������ _r_TiGf# GuiCi������ of C^iicidsi  , '  ,'     a,   VH  Let This Shopping Medium Be Your Guide ������%%������������������������������  ii. Your Fall and Winter Purchasing   f RiEE  nit  veqm  *  m  a)  M  ���������  ���������  M  ���������  M  y  **tii  OffsfffliiJi    S*__i_,__._l  I Dili J   DUIIIIj;  THIS book of/!or������ to tho noopla of Wont-  orn Canada vciKuob that you -will and It  dir.lon.lt to equal, Tho name EATON  nasurou you o* hlgflifiBt duality murah'^n  fllno oatnloKuod nt knvotit rrtoo-.' "  you.Tiavo pUio-d iitx order you will  H,_,J_?P.n2.mjjr'.������,f ^wylnflf hy malL from tho  EATON Catnlr)ffu������. which contntow a wldo  rjniKo of inorctiancllso tar your solootlon.  EATON'S rtffov yom tho bont value for  youi* money,  YOUR COPY   IS  READY  Wrlto for TIjIg Bin Book Today I  IT 10 PIIBB ON HEOUEB..    ������lH������t  your Namo nnd Adttrant on ft Pott  ,Ci<rd It all tlmt It neoostapy to hrlnfl  It io you. /  THE   KEYTRW."  -CRESTON...  B.    a  BCf Jak'^^BJIpy^'^  The tingling taste of  fresh mint leaves is a real treat  {or voiur sweet tooth.  g Wins First Prize ForLaycrCake \  Aftbrds people everywhere great  comfort and long-lasting enjoyment.  Nothing else gives bo much !>et.e-  fit at so small a coat.  It is a wonderful help  in work  and play ��������� keeps you  ccol. calm and  contented.     -^**g .-^ ^_ __^ ,    ������  A\  AFTER -K������vetWvH ^MEAjL,  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  "ft."/H"'- a.- - __r^ ytbt,  A copyxaiU ba  matted free on  request-.  Above is a photograph of Mrs. W.  McKenzie. 9 Fern wood Park Av������,,  Toronto, to whom was awarded the  first prize for layer cake, at the  Canadian National Exhibition. Toronto. There were a large- number  of entries of ^akes of various kinds  and Mrs. McKenzie not only won first  prize  for  iced   layer   cake,   tout   also  ..      .      _ _ for muffins and small cakes. We give  Canada has twelve factories for the \ bolow  thc   recipe  used, by   Mrs.  Mc-  manufaeture of macaroni and the an- I Kenzie for the prize-winning: cake.  nual production has a value of aoout i .   ^Jdf"TM^p Cak������ "~ ? ������CUJL *U_T  .   .���������   , ,, j     ter; 1 cup sugar; yolks of 6 eggs;  i_  r million and a half dollars, accord- ; cup milk. 1% cups flour: 4 teasppons_  ing to the latest figures from Ottawa. ; fUi  Magic    Baking   Powder:    1    tea-  Premier James H. Scullin, of Australia, making his first appearance  before the League of Nations Assembly, denounced armaments as a menace to peace and urged the League to  call a general  ence.  A cable received by the Child Welfare, Inc., New York, from its administrative committee' m China, said f>,-  000 children are dying as a result of  __.������*    4-1-1 .-,������.  U.1W      V_IC���������_  __atl_^lll__i  loiiii  _Uwft for this mark on  n-try tin. It fueranCea  thai Mafic contains no  ������aT-_a or atty ether hnrmftU  imgr*di*ml.  never. :vutwei$  Ita uniform leavening. quasi ties give the same satisfactoryresults with every baking.  S out of every 4 Canadian housewives,* who bake at  home, sajr they use it because it does give consistent}  tetter taking���������results. '������^-'__...;-���������>.-    ' "_���������.  If you bake at-home, the New Magic Cook Book  will furnish you with dozens of attractive taking  suggestions. ''\  Try this Recipe for aiujpns  1 tablespoon butter 3 teaspoons Magic  2 tablespoons sugar Baking Powder  2 eggs   ���������        ,                              ������ teaspoon salt  2i cups flour * '��������� ���������   1 cup sweet milk  Cream butter and sugar.   Add eggs one by one, beat well.,  Sift dry ingredients together and add to first mixture alternately with milk. \i batter not stiff enough, add a little more  flour. Pj.it in well-greased muffin pans ana bake for 20 zninutea  in a quick oven.  *Thisfact was revealed in a recent Domini<m-vnd<\investigaiicn.  STANDARD   BJRANDS   LIMITED  GILLETT  PRODUCTS  are adding difficulty  spoonful of orange extract. Cream  "butter and sugar, add well "beaten  yolks and beat again with butter and  sugar until very light. Sift flour and  Magic Baking Poxcder together and j  add to first mixture alternately with j  -. ,__,,.  3.",r0T-   ! milk. Beat lightly for about one min-!  disarmament   confei - ; ute< pu(_ -^^4^^ layer pans and'-  bake. Temperature 400 degrees Far-  renheit. Time about 20 minutes- Put  together with lemon filling and ice  with boiled frosting.  l^eiison JPitSing:���������1 lemon and rind;  1 cup cold water; 1 cup sugar; 1 egg:  '���������. 1  tablespoo-nful flour.       Beat lemon-  ���������: rind and egg together. Stir in lemon  :juice and sugar.  -Dissolve    flour    in  boiler   till   it  Recipes For This Week       ||  (By Betty  Barclay)  IL  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  OCTOBER 5  to the situation.  The   committee  which  will   admin-   water.   Cook  in  double  ister   the   War   Veterans'   Allowance : jellies and spread.  Act, was appointed by the late Fed  3,_  BRl-AKFAST MX1FFIMS'  2 cups special cake flour, sifted.  4 teaspoons baking powder.  teaspoon salt.  1 egg, well beaten.  ZACHARIAS   AND  ELISABETH  ���������  Ofe In a Pious Jewish Home  %  cup milk.  or     other  Boiled Frost Ln^,  eral Government, and its personnel is ;* ater. Wash'down the sugar"from the  now preparing for the operation and ; sides of the pan, cover and  let boil  administration of the act. .       i three  or  four  minutes,  uncover  and  .���������-.v.      ..-.- _._...-+:__. -^ it   t_   <-*.>..,.,   iJet   ^oii  to   a   rather   firm   soft   ball  ���������Ihe superannuation of E. R. Cam- } gt3ge   pou_ M & &ne stream  on the  eron.   K.C.,   as   registrar   of   the   Su- ; whites of 2 eggs, beaten dry, beating  preme Court    of    Canada,    was    an- '  Minister's  4 tablespoons    butter  shortening, melted.  Sift Hour once, measure,, add baking powder and salt, and sift again.  Combine  egg  and   milk  and  add   to  Sour,    beating    xintil    smooth.    Add  Dissolve a cup of }.shortening.   Bake   in'.greased   muffin  cup   of hot | pans ih hot  ov%n   (400 degrees Fahrenheit)   25 minutes. Makes 10 muffins.  Golden Text: "And they were both  righteous before Gpd, walking in all  the commandments and ordinances of  the Lord blameless."���������Lijke 1.6.  Lesson: Luke 1.5-80.  Devotional Reading: Psalm 122.  explanations and Comments  A Righteous Couple* verses 5, 6.���������  %.  nounced at the Prime  oftlee at Ottawa. He is succeeded by  James F. ftnellc, K.C.. a,lawyer of  Ottawa.  Portage la Prairie, Man.,- known  for its No. 1 hard wheat, has added  new laurels to its brow. On the farm  of .1. Prout, one mile from the town,  peanuts and almonds have been produced this season. He grew two  wicks of peanuts and*'a few pailsful  <>l: almonds.  .lames C. Brady, former Conseiva-  th'e member of parliament for  Kkccna,   B.C.,   has  been   appointed   a  ��������� constantly meanwhile;    A few Mara-  ! schina cherries   chopped   and   added  to the frOsting gives a delicious and  pleasing flavor.        ..     .       .  Douglas' Egyptian Liniment makes  the finest blister known .v Invaluable  for stock. Leaves the hair roots in  natural and healthy condition. Hair  comes back. No scar remains.  SAICX-E? FlS-a  In the days of Herod, King of Judaea  (Herod the Great, who reigned from  37 to 4 B.C.), there lived a priest  named Zacharias, of the course, or  group of Abijah. "David divided the  priests into twenty-four courses, each  of which in rotation was responsible  for the temple services for a week.  Each course, therefore, officiated  twice a year, at an interval of six  months.- After the captivity only  _. [four courses returned, but these were  noun- j gtlbdiv2ded   into   twenty-four   courses  Alberta Dairy Record  Last   Year   95   Creaatieries-  SLvteen Million Founds OI  Butter  The dairy record of the Province ot  Aiberta is an encouraging    one.    Ib  1912 the province had only 53 creameries producing a little over 3,000,CKK)  pounds of butter.   Last   year   there  were 95 creameries with an output of-  16,000,000 pounds. In 1_12 six cheese  factories produced but _0,000 poiiads  of cheese, while last year ten factories produced over a million-pounds.  average   helping   filleted _   der, fresh haddock or whiting. Sunder the old manner."The course of  tablespoons butter. ������        j "Abijah, is said to officiated in April  Salt and peppei- '���������and October." The wife of Zacharias  SWaMLEf mill   -  HEADACHE?  Tour To the Orient  Business   Men   To   Sail   On   Chamber  Of Commerce Tour To Japan  and China  Several business men of Edmonton  signified  1 lemon. ...*'..  Grease a plate and lay the fish on  it with the skin side \;pwards..Put in  the  oven five minutes  and  the  skin  can be easily removed. Melt butter in  j a flat pau, lay fish on it and place in  ] hot oven    400    degrees    Fahrenheit,  i eight to ten    minutes.    Baste    twice  while baking.    Remove    season    and  squeeze lemon juice over.-   Serve hot.  and   Calgary   have   already  census   commissioner   of   the   demo- j thei|> jntention of fining-the-Cona  graphy    branch    of    the     Dominion  .���������itirc.au of Statistics.  Mr.  Brady will  Mr.  organize the census of institutions  Kuch as hospitals, asylums, peniten-  lisirics, and house of refuge all^ over  Canada.  Mrs. M. Mliner,  buay making cane  combe, England.  nged   96,   is   still  scats    at    Wy-  Real dyes give  i*i ch est coloi's������  dian Chamber of Commerce tour to  the Orient, which sails from Vancouver on the '"Empress of Asia" on  October 16th. The tour will include a  visit to Japan ancl reception toy the  Japanese Government, and trips to  Shanghai, Nanking, Hong Kong" and  Canton, and the members will be back  before Christmas. The tour is not  limited to members of Chambers of  Commence and Boards of Trade, but  f is open to the general public as well.  who was a descendant of Aaron, was  called Elisabeth. Their home was .in  the hill country south of Jerusalem.  Both were righteous before God,  strict Jews who observed the Mosaic  law, kept all the commandments and  ordinances. They were not faultless,  but blameless according to the Old  Testament standards:.  The, Birth   and   Naming   Of  John  j verses 57-66.���������When Elisabeth's son i  [was born,-all her neighbors and relations  rejoiced with her.   "There is  i nothing else in the world so import-  , Y ant aa children,  nothing else  so in-  To   have   the   children   sound   and 1 teresting."  ���������  David  Starr Jordan).!  healthy is the first care of a mother.  rrhos- pvcsent at the circumcision of  They  cannot be  healthy  if 'troubled ;the child when he was eight clays old,  w-fch worms,    Use    Mother    Graves   wished to name him 3_achas.&3 after  Worm. Exterminator;  So easy to geS quick re.i_f and prevent an attack in the future.  Avoiei.  I .���������.? ..i _ --J .������ __���������-���������   *������.���������__-_. ������: , i*.1~.  VI. _iU4U_3_Ul_.UVlpC. 'A a������C������/ ltiivvvvjujvo.-  ly but-Effect the heart and are v*ify  dangerous. They arc depressing and  "only give temporary relief, the. cause -  of the headache 'still remains Within. :  The sane and harmless way. First  correct the' cause, sweeten* the^ sour  and acid stomaclig relieve the intes-J  tines of the decayed and pbisohbui  food matter, gentty stimulate the liver,  start the bile Rowing arid, the bowel* ,  ixassoffi She waste matter which ;_aiise*  j^oiir headache. Try Carter's r Little  Liver Pills.  Druggists 25c' red pkg*:  New Market In Egypt  Trial    Shipment    Of    Apples    Being  Made From  Okanagan Valley  A new market for British. Columbia apples in Egypt is "being* opened  Intc resting   Discovery  Ih  Wales   Of  Gold Coins Minted In 1340  Thirty   golden ( nobles,   in   perfect  condition and".. apparently fresh from  whers they, were ���������' struck to  the defeat  of the French  his father,  but Elisabeth said, "Not, _, ^  so; but he shall he called John,"' See j "5,e S_*i._  verse 13. "John" means "the grace celebrate  of' God." "There is none of thy kin- t fleet by Edward ill., at Suy^.'ih 1340,  dred that 1s called by this name," i wel,e diSCOvered recently on the edgs  they sard in astonishment, and turn-     ��������� , ��������������������������� t ���������  -~-vi    i--vn-.������.   #^^>  ing to the father, they asked him oi an aucIe:i?t road loading: from  what the name, should be, making use. Taliesm, Cardiganahire, to the Dovey  of signs, for ho seems to be supposed ��������� Estuary, whore a ferry in olden days  'deaf as well as dumb.  (Verses 18*20.  'Five words    cost    Zacharias    forty , _��������� ,  wales.  AthlcteH  ment,  ���������'(���������commend   IMin.u-ri'u   I.inl-  . . carried travellers across to Noxth  up by a tilal shipment .^  arrangements completed'by the pro-: "Various suggestions have been made The coins depict an English wstr-  vincial clopartmont of agriculture. ito evade the conclusion that ho was i ship breasting tho waves and sur-  Thls shipment will consist of 2,000 ',-ienf: that mob. are very apt to treat Counted by the English coat-of-arm������  ��������� ������ C .������,. /M-n--������.-W.xrkn���������������.������f ������ i������  dumb person  as  If  he were  also | ���������   ��������� , ...     ������-���������������������,������.. .,_������,!  cuses from the Okanagan Valley at j* ' doaf.  that    ^hQy   communicated    by ,  ��������� FOIl every home use, Diamond  1-ves are the finest you can buy.  Thoy contain tho highest  quality  Anilines ihui caw'j be produced.  It'n tho anilines in Diamond  Pves that give such soft, bright,  row colors to dresses, drapes,  lingerie. Diamond Dyes are eaay  ti use. Thoy go on smoothly and  ������������������vt'jily; do not spot or streak;  ut-voi' ������^ivc tilings Unit rc-dyccl  lool_ .lust truo, oven, new colors  that keep their depth and brilliance  ir. spite of wear and washing. lGc  pM<:kag_s.    AU druflr stores,  HB     JSn^H D^aaVlaal Z^vfl^ J_r^S*_T^*^A9  ^L\W ^m\^LTmT^*T   4tgff~  Wm^mmr QOgB D Q Q&^n BK^v^ ^g_garj������ Mmmd^mmr  Hesltest Oi������afE^ for SO Yuuvm  School For Flirt Flon  INaiiONGER SUFFERS  ���������'���������.tO.BPJ.P.il.lVt.'rtK  w������i(rn Mi. M. McArUitir.  I'lioumiiulH B������y canitjp*.  hoi. Iiv*r ironlilft. ln<il-  Ki-iiiinii, gut nnil ovr.niiglil  v,lih"lTiii|.ii.Uviii."JN*rv������w  quiet, (inl "I'fHlt.B.Uv.i"  'CONSTfPAfllfNF  rNrnvou*S'Ni:s5'  ���������H'E-AD'ATH'K-'J.  LfB.Mw_.ft!Tlxli-T  W.    N.    U.    1B5T  i  Milking Town  In Northern  SVIitttMobi.  Town  To  Have I'ulillet  School  Efforts of Uio mining town of Flin  Flon to have modern public school  instruction this yonr have nt last been  succohhI'uI, according to word received in The Puh. Equipment Jw mow being installed In the class I'ooms, and  it is expected that work will begin  within ten days.  Financial plans are about complete.  With gvanto from tho province, the  town, and with the aid of tho Hudson  Bay Mining and Smelting Co., grades  up U> _],ght will bo taught this year.  It hiiH boon deckled to cngugo M1h.*i  Paris M. J^ostor^of Winnipeg Bench,  to teach tho piimnry grades, and Misa  Margaret HutHoiinnd for grades throo,  four nnd five.  In clays of yore I. anyba<ly misscc  a stage  c finch   he  wan eon touted  to  wait two or three days lair the next  rmo.    Now hn lets out  a squawk if  Ins mlHses cvne hoc Lion of a revaiVing  door.    _      _   and the King's head.  i price to net   the   growers    a   profit  signs instead"o. by' speech^to'spdre '  which would bo small in a domestic  the fooling of EJUsabeth, whose judg- \  market but satisfactory tn uu export-merit was being appealed from;   that;  ���������������������������,.   rnUrt n.vi.^nn���������..ni rimv������HiM(������i' a sign-.was   all    that   WBH   needed, ���������  market,  The agrlcultmal depart ment  Zwgarias having heard all that was  m^i-mu^u^^^w���������^  beUeveH that Egypt will offer a large iftalcl."--Kxpbsltor'B Greek Testament. ] been eatabliahecl   as   ptir������rbrod ;,Blre  iKUrU'lcc-t for t-ritirUi Columbia fruit Ik  _.&������!.&.las called for a writing,tablet | ur������aH, whiol.>ii_a_iB;tfaat 'tiicfjc ''_c.iaa  a tablet covered , w! tb wok, and, upon   nave  l30CpnlQ ���������; entirely; I free' of tiorub  Piirc'Bred'Sire;. Area*        ' "���������'  Twenty-eight  rural   municipalities  the future nnd Ih anxlriiis to cultivate  this btisinoas. A fow apples from thlH,  :cnuntry<bave f'ound    their,��������� way ��������� lnt;o  Kgypt   before,'  but -the ��������� market   has'  never boon built up In a big way. ������  TJis nnrhe  It ho wrote with a BtyluR  Is John."  Then ZacharinB   burst   forth   into  speech,    blessing   Cad.    Tho   people  were much ��������� impressed  by bis recovery' of, spoech'.amV by^tbe unoHpeoted  , .        .. iname given the babe, and:thoy-por-  Xn many parts ol? Africa .tlioro hi a Reived    that Home great future was  sires,  ������-a_W������M  treo   which   boars   largo  sem hi Ing huge hbuhur-oh,  seodB    ro-  j/t Shaving LotioEi  Whfin   mixed   with   sweet   oil,  Millard's- servos   a������. un   aftur  .   shaving  lotion and ���������'antlsoptlo..  Soothes and freshens the..skin.  bo Core tho child. "What, in view of  I those things, shall this olii'kl be?"  thoy atikecl. "For the hand oi! the  Lord was with him," tho Evangelist  comments.  Klroiigth Of Hi.nfMHii.. WhoiIh  ��������� A comparison of strength values or  wood of sugar maple and yellow.  blrob show that sugar maple Ihm considerably the stronger In tho green  condition, vvherons after seasoning;  they arc of approjUmately the same  Hlrength. This is revealed through  publication of! romilta of the physical  and niociiaiiiuul propfirUus ni,' .I'huh-  cllivn woods Ity the It'oresti rroducts  Laixwutiu'lcfi of Canada, Hops rt ment  o. the Interior.  Ri.eun.Btism  Quick relief from rheum alio  pains without harm.  \  ��������� To wsUevfi'thfl wowf rheumutio puin l������  b very ������I������ti)>lo. .rintter.   Awpirin will do It  every tlmcl' It's nosaeihiwH tbat you  enn nlwHy* lake, Gfntiins A$piHn tablet*  mc Uurmlesn.   Look for tbe Buyer CroiM  on each tablet.        "'-���������.'���������,.���������'  A mmm\ Wto W WM m%' WJ  _t jHi- *-~yw .am.    .mm. .mm,*m' Mm. 4. 'WI TBE - .-KEyiEW.    CHESTOK.   B.' G.  IfJ--  *:  :'S^|^^������_,v^e_v������ ���������;:  ;mi|fcw-t^<mt''  .bn"'-'atv'  mVAPOR U B  ^JPf - - - -    _     -  ^IIIkKUIIimillllllllllillilllllllllltllHlHIf^  I THE DUSTY   1  I    HIGHWAY    I  BY  to believe theiy would come true, as  they Iiaa. In these last busy days of  settling affairs, he had���������forgotten  heir,.- -'..;; .',-'-���������',  "I'm an.ungrateful, scoundrel," he  ,6o3d, himself;   anqY^ough JtYsneanx*^'1  Retracing' rihia ^ &itej^s^d ..^^y&k ::xxfJ  >p^ing.'Se!i^  *be faced;ab^t- immediately, and^as  ''.e^^edf^^;^e^ ^'^>lnl^Iad:  figure' b_-.ding. above;' 30M3\'bud<2_ns  jonquils* Nick whistled softly, and,  starting" up, the girl faced him.  ."You're off���������so soon?"  The color that pounded in he'r-face  might have come from her sudden  change of attitude, or from emotion.  Nick never- saw it, so wrapt was he  in his own affairs.  "I'm off," he echoed. "Did you suppose I'd stay here mourning my dear  late uncle? Don't look so shocked,  Gay. I needn't pretend to you, need  I, that I'm bereaved?"  "I'm not shocked,1' the girl protested instantly, "only surprised. I've  been thinking every day that you'd  run in "  = CHRISTINE!  WHITING s-  55 PARMENTE3R. ������  S Copyright 1929 a  ^iiiiiiittimiiifHniitmiHimiLiti.imimir  CHAPTER I.  When, after years of slavery to the  whims of a hard old uncle, Nicholas  Hastings went forth on his quest for  freedom, he started tramp-wise, his  belongings tied in a blue-checked  handkerchief wiuch.^ he had bought  for the occasion. For "years'-he-had  foreseen this departure from the  home of his fathers���������the haughty  farewell he should bestow upon an  irate uncle���������the tears of his gentle  Aunt Nettie when he took her in his  arms. Eut ITate frustrated those  plans. His patient little aunt had  been laid away in Elmwood Cemetery  two months before; and only a week  ago his uncle iiad followed her, &3 if, j He answered, his eyes. devouring  Nick thought with grim and sacrileg- | her sweet girltshness: "You're .pretty  "My dear, I've been deep in���������packing." -'  He laughed, proudly displaying his  handkerchief and stick.  The girl laughed too, and said:  "Where are you going?"  "Where:?" Nick looked at her reproachfully. "Have you shared my  plans- so sparingly all these years,  Gay, that you ask that question?  Where indeed! To the ends of the  earth!"  He threw both arms wide, as if tn  embrace    the    universe,    and    Gay  ���������__������f._������4.   _.  t.m.4.#i.I  riviOo   a-T-iofr  r������Q������aa/3rl"   ��������� f  o-i.__.a_a_ ���������   ������.   w *__._.*.   _t_t_i__^   v_.t-������_   wC.wg,...  -_i.  something in his heart which hitherto  had remained untouched.  "I wish I were a man, Nick/'  HOW9HEW0MAN10ST  47WNDS OF m  ,. ���������-���������,;���������.? I have been taking Kruschen Salts.W  ���������3=:for .nearly^S months.".-:. Ivliave contained .=.'  , taking; one teaspoohful in w^rni" water-  . every-f morning. .1 then weighed 217"  .:- |k>unds;   was :aiways ^bothered; vsvith,  pain's in my :b_ck and lower part o_  - abdomen and sides.   . Y  "Now I am glad to say I am a well  woman,   feel'- much   stronger,   yeais  younger and my weight is impounds.  I do BQt- only feel hftfter Iw.t. I look  dose and more than glad to highly  recommend it for the great good that ia  in ��������� it."���������Mrs. -S. A. Solomon. .  " P.S.���������You may think I am  tfjcaggerating by writing such a long  letter but truly, I feel so indebted to  you for putting out such wcnder-sii  salts that I cannot -say enough."  ious humor, he was loath to let her  enjoy a peaceful residence in her  Heavenly Mansion.  So there were no farewells to say.  Instead, Nick left by -the back door  (because he didn't want Selina Smith,  the village gossip, to see his stick  and handkerchief), and stood for a  moment looking off-at the  familiar  !__. .3 <-.___,_  lC_l*U__ca.������f_ ���������  He had always loved "the view from  this little porch. An orchard sloped  gently to a green intervale, through  which a-sleepy; river travelled to the  sea. - One wouldn't have dreamed  "tliat-the, house stood on a. dusty  Ui6i1ougi_iare.'"''E,ro_il' here were visible  only "green pastures and still  waters."- Nick could remember sitting here With his mother on summer evenings, and after his mother's  death, with old' Aunt Nettie. For a  moment a wave of tenderness for the  place swept over him; then youth  flooded back with an intoxicating exhilaration. He slipped the door key  Lnto his pocket, and with no tinge of  regret vaulted the stone wall and  strode across the orchard, . where,  once beyond; the eyes of curious  neighbors, he would strike into the  broad highway.  Free! No more toiling over ledgers  in that stuffy corner of the First National Bank! No more horrible deceiC  when he got a raise, for fear his uncle  would clahrf it for added board.' No  more stifling of natural impulses.  How had he end it red those years?  "I've been a : slave,'' said, Nick,  pausing beneath an ancient, 'apple  tree, "but I'm a slave no longer, I  can conquer the*world!"  Then, because he knew he was behaving like a foolish little boy, he  laughed at himself, and reaching up,  picked a of spray apple blossom-,  breathing deeply of it.  "May!" ho exclaimed. "May in  New England ���������and I'm-free! Geo!  how I'vo longed for just this moaient  ���������longed to start out with no cares  or responsibilities- -without even a  ciesLinaLiou, and ail my [W-i.sc-t������slouB ih  a blue bandanna! As Gay would say  nice as you are. I don't think I'd want  you changed, Gay; and I don't believe you would change, If you could."  c She sank, down on the grass beside  the jonquils, and, as if he had forgotten his haste to he away, Nick sat  beside Iter, his hands clasped roimd  bis knees.  "No," she '_ said "honestly, "I  wouldn't change, of course; but it  must be wonderful to start off as  you are starting, Nick. Do you suppose I,-too, don't long to go 'to the  ends of the earth?' Do you imagine I  like living here with/ Sadie Twiehell.  and sewing.on other women's clothes  in order to pay my board?"  Nick looked    at    her,    his    brows  ���������drawn into a frown.  "Do you know," he admitted, "I  never thought of it. It's because  you're "a girl. Somehow one doesn't  expect a girl to go a-gypsying,  though why she shouldn't���������Gay," he  broke off suddenly, "what pigs men  Gay ��������� was standing just where he  had left her, but it seemed to Nick  that all the buoyancy of youth had  dropped from her. She was leaning  against the gnarled trunk of an old  apple tree, with the jonquils at her  feet and tlie pinkr sweet blossoms all  above. In her pink gown she should  have looked tlie embodiment of  spring; but in reality she drooped,  like a flower plucked by some ruthless hand . and left to die. Nick  couldn't bear it. He tossed his stick  and bundle, emblems of freedom, to  the ground, and strode back; while  Gay, pulling herself together, ran to  meet him.  "Did you forget something?"  "Yes," said Nick. "I forgot the best  friend a fellow ever had; Gay, listen.  You'll think me crazy, but���������why  don't you come along?"  "With you?"  Her eyes widened at the amazing  proposition, i  "Why  not?   IV would   be   foully.   I  After Thirty-Three Years  Bodies Of Arctic ��������� Explorers In  Excellent State Of yPresoxvatioii Y  '.. Tlie: bodies of -Salomon-:. 'August A:n-  dr;ee ���������'- and'._. his V; tWO;veomrMnioris,'- ac-  cording^' to.' '.^the^f;Sisp^teijes ���������';; were? ] in-  aa;'-.excellent ;;vst&^-ff(blt^i^  wberythey iWere^^uriclion^:White .Island in -^the Arctic,-; Sea;/ although^it  nas, been thirty-three years.. since  they disappeared. This curious re-'  finement' of cruelty in the frigid  parts of the earth, to preserve for  years the appearance o_ life even in  death, has made its impression oh the  better, so all my friends say.  "I shall never be -without Kruschen  Salts, Trill never cease taking my daily 4 human imagination long before now  We recall a short story many  years ago about a couple who went  to the Alps on their honeymoon. The  mart fell into a crevasse and the guides  were unable to recover Isfs bodv= The  girl, frantic with grief, consulted  scientists as to what she could do.  They told her that i*"3 glacLer .moved  a few inches a month; at the end of  fifty years, perhaps, it would move  far enough to make possible penetration of the crevasse. So for fifty  years she waited. And at the end of  that time the body was recovered,  and she by now .an old, decrepit woman, was permitted to look at the  body of her husband. It was perfectly  preserved, and she saw the handsome  boy she had married fifty years before.  AFajblfe  3>.ana������n  ���������   Skin  dise^S* threatens  lis  fty^rv clay.  Invisible germs of blood-poison, eczema.,  etc., are waiting to infect the least cut  or sore place. The money you use  carries germs���������yoa get them on. the  bandies, rails.and straps of the trajnsaud  street cars, and in a score of other ways.  Solely through Zam-buk, Mr. Henry  C. Davis., of South 17th Street. Ka.nsa.ss  City, U.S.A., has just escaped a-virulent  t _-���������.(-,     r^.4    _kATA������-m������a-        *-.������*. n ������-a_������V r\ # _a_l        K__.    r-a * f- m -. n *.���������  *J   fcT^ *     ^-'^'*'*-**������������S������������������    VVai .i a_\. 1\>M |     11V     ������_��������� _���������������&,#._ W baW*  through use of public towels.  "I had medical advice,",hesays, "Wkbtl  Ca addition all ������orts of so-called eczema  remedies, wiibout finding iha hoped-for  relief. 'Zam-buk treatment _oon gave  positive results. It took away tRe paan-  lul irritation and quickly purified aad  btaled the de������p troublesome sores."  The Third ������mig_ation  Russia  Who  I Little Helps For This. Weel.  Fortunately for Gay there was. a  rustic bench behind her. She sanlc  down breathlessly, while Nick, with  a cautious glance at the hedge that  hid them from Selina Smith, took the  place beside her.  "We could bave the .time of our"  lives," he urged. '���������'I've always done  things alone, but with you along- "  Gay found her tongue.  ' 'I believe you are crazy,1' she said  sternly. "What. would people _ think ?  "    - a  .^������t*jr-7^���������:   Worried   Over   People  Will' Not Come Back  The Russian Government is considerably worried ..over what has been  designated as the "third emigration."  The first emigration was that of the  Socialists and anarchists in czarlst  days. The second was that of the one  or two million Russians who fled to  all.parts of the world from-the bol-  shevist terror. The third is that of  the "nonreturners," soviet citizens appointed to diplomatic or other posts  abroad who refuse to go back home  when so ordered. The penalty for such  refusal is death and confiscation of  goods./  The third emigration is a striking  Indication of the conditions of tyranny prevailing in Soviet Russia. When  "Blessed   are   they  that   keep  my  ways."���������Proverbs  viii.  32.  And oh! in my .exceeding weakness.  Make  Thy strength perfect;  Thou  art strong;   .  Aid me to do Thy will with meekness.  Thou, to whom all my powers belong.  If thou -will but go on with thy  duties, desiring to love���������in such cases  the desire of loving is love in His  sight,���������the irksome dullness and dryness is the thorn in thy flesh, the  messenger of Satan to buffet thee.  But fear not; God's grace is sufficient  for thee; His strength will be made  perfect in thy weakness. Only, set  yourself in earnest to obey His voice.  Say to Him, night "and day,\ "Behold  the servant of the Lord! be it unto  me according to Thy Word."  :���������John Keble.  Ho stopped, suddenly, at an amassing' thought. He had forgotten to say  goortybye to Gay! Whnt a cud ho w������s  ���������especially when she yyna alone in  the world like hlmnblf. Ho might ,sond  hor a postcard���������but no, that wasn't  fair. Gay had always sympathized  with hia dreams.- ancl encouraged bin.  ��������� W-  N-    IT.     1R57  are!"  She laughed.        .  "One would hardly call you that,  Nick, after the 'way you stuck by  your Aunt Nettie."  "But I am," said Nick, still frowning. "I.came to say good-bye to you,"  (his honesty made him want to reveal the fact that in selfishness ho  had almost forgotten,.the farewell,  but his kind heart forbade the disclosure that he knew would hurt her),  "I came to say good-bye, never  1 thinking that you, too, might long_ to  do what "I am doing. I'm ashamed of  tnyseif, Gay���������. What must you think of  me?" '        . ���������     '"' "-  ,  ��������� "T think," she said, meeting his  eyes soberly, "that you're'getting just  what you deserve���������a good time. Wbat  do you think of me, to imagine for a  moment that I don't rejoice with  yo\i? Nick,- you're only a boy, and  you've never had much. fun. Why  shouldn't you be a little thoughtless?  IV-1 believe I'm glad you aro!"  Ho atlr-rod, a bit uneasily, while  Gay added with an understanding  smile; "I mustn't keep you. I know  you're chafing at the bit."  Sho arose, leaning down to brush  an imaginary    something   from   her  ..skirt;1.:.and as he got to bis feet sho  Htrfitehod out a friendly brand.  1    "Good-bye, Nick. The best of luck  to you."  He took her hand, squeezed it haul,  and lifting the sHok and bundle, said,  with a gaiety that was a little  forced: '"Well. I'm off. I'll drop you  a postcard from California, or Alaska, or Timbutitoo, or wherever T happen to land. Good-bye, old friend,"  He found it unaccountably difficult  to mo'et hor eyes, bo didn't meet them.  Put-he {fat autoy. Hq got as far as  tho stone wall that divided Miss  Badio's land from Selina Smith's.  Then he turned, though oven as bo  did ho something warned him that It  3_ dangcroufj io look. back. Ho turned  squarely about, his hand raised in a  IiihI; sublet.  "Oh, .Lord!" Nick interrupted, with  a characteristic grin,    "I meant,    of  course, that we'd get married first."  "Get married!" Y  He laughed. at her ama zement.  "Why not?  It's been done before.  We're both of age, you know.     Why  shouldn't we?" ,  "But���������you don't love rae,"  "Nonsense!  I  love  you  a lot.  Always have. Of course, if I'd bore you  Persian Bains���������the ideal toilet requisite for every discerning woman.  Perfect in results. Creates complexions of rare beauty and charm. Delightfully cool and refreshing. Never  government officials,  presumably se- I leaves a vestige of stickiness. A- vel-  lvety smooth lotion toning and stimulating the skin. Making it truly rose-  a._._4.,-,a      .-_.-.     __._=_     _��������� ��������� -,j_a     _ ��������� ��������� i     i_      x_._  secteci  _or   uueir  ajj_e.i_t.jt * -zxsixx. -xix . uic  cause, desert rthe ship of state in con-  believe that the soviet system ought  to foe confined to Russia.  <To Be Continued)  Wealthy-residents of the ill-fated  city of Pompeii had houses consisting of as many as forty rooms.  The Poor Man's Friend.���������Put up in  small bottles tbat are easily portable  and sold for a very small sum, Dr.  Thomas' Bciectric Oil possesses power in concentrated form. Its cheapness and the varied uses to which it  can be put make it the poor man's  friend. No dealer's stock is complete  without it.  Is Fond Of Music  All dainty women  leaf in texture.'  J ���������_.'_.__ ���������!-������..������       ���������_,���������__..  Xi-t v ca_ Ma.**Ejf ���������  ��������� ������_a4v-*-'__  imparts    that    suhtle   distinction  so  characteristic of the elegant woman.  Hams-ay   MueDonald   Listens   In   On  Radio Broadcast Programs  Ramsay MacDonald, Prime "Minister of Britain, is a great lover of  music.  Speaking at the ' jubilee- of the  Guildhall School of Musjc in London,.  England, Mr. MacDonald said he had  enjoyed many Sunday afternoons listening to the broadcast, of Bach's  church cantatas.from the school.  "I confess that whethe_', I am at  home iri my quiet peaceful- house in  Hampstoad or down at Chequers',"  the Prime Minister's official .residence, ho continued, "I make it a rule  to issue an oi'der���������and I am not givon  to that very much���������that there shall  bo no engagement, no interference,  no business, but that my friends and  I" shall retire to a quiet corner and  spend a very Inspiring, comfortable,  ancl peaceful half-hour listening to  : the broadcasts."  Feed Skim Milk  Feeding-  tests . at  the   Cap  Rouge  Experimental Station of the Dominion Department of Agriculture show  that it pays to feed laying hens skim-  milk. Five years tests show that with  a basal ration of grain meal, shell  and vegetable feeds, hens fed skim-  milk laid-more eggs and gained more  in weight than hens fed beef scraps.  Incidentally the cost of skim-millt is  just one-ninth that of beef scrap.  Nearly 1,400 automobiles a month  are being imported into Sweden.  ANY CHILD  WE enn never,be surtv just what  mukcB a child restless, but  the remedy con iilwuva be tho same.  Good old Costorinl There's comfort  in every drop of Ihfs pure vegetable  preparation, aiul not the shghlot  harm in itn frequent use. As often na  your child hn������ a fretful spell, is  feverish, or erics end con't nlcop, let  CciBlorin soothe nnd qniel him. Somc-  tiuics it's u touch of colic. Sometimes  con-BtlpttUon". Or ditirrli_n ��������� a conditio!, that flhoulcl nlwnya be checked  without delay, .fuat keep Cnstorin  hnndy, and give it prpmptljr. Belief  will lollo'vy very promptly; if it  dooan't. you ������nouW call u physician.  1 '"��������� A'"' Q"-' IT "/^'"'ri: i" "'  No Koom For Argument  At an' exhibition of paintings, recalls Slh John Boss, former Lord  High Chancellor of Ireland (in his  reminiscences, "Pilgriba's Scrip"),  this conversation, was overheard between two women who wore looking  at a picture, "Tho Oance of Salome":  "Now, what's thnt,^M[aria?"' asked  one.  Maria (glancing at catalogue) 1  "Solomon dancing for Uorod,"  "But ho never done It, Maria I"  Maria (tartly) \ "He musta done,  olse he couldn'ta boen photographed."  He- "If your father catch oh me  0loping tonight I wonder what ho'll  say to your mother? "  She���������"He'll probably nay 'Bh-h'!" '  iVIbicti'd'H TJ.iiUku������ut foi  Hon.  ���������DUeHt" C!<.i������gi-H-  ������atm]iter-:I,s:-.;::;  ^onger,:^^  "My dnuglitcr Catherine la  iiftccn ycara old. She was very  irregular, often sick at her I  stomach and had to stay in  bed two or three days nt a  time. One of your booklets was  sent to us by mail so I got her  a bottle of Vegetable Com*  pttund. Catherine has been  taking it regularly and ahc is  gaining in weight and. every I  way. I told the neighbors ana j  four other girls are taking it  withuood results.1'���������Mt.s. Clarence JenJcimcw, Box 14, Tlioro-  ���������loc. Ontario.  :ty|ppPt|||f|||T  Veieia/DleConinoiin h  ,     1 .M(������:df tn-, ���������l.i^.ii.; M>'������������YUY l(^'A(U THJfi   UJKJUSTUJN   KJKVJJ-W  PHONE 19  CRESTON  PHONE 62L  WYNNDEL  w   mm  lS**tm*ml  ^_____F  O  U  R  CASH STORE  CRESTON and WYNNDEL  MAWSON BROS. Old Premises.  "KTo_������. Pbviow Offif>o.  Local and Personal  SPECIALS  a.Y��������� TEAj g jbs : _    TEA, Our Best, lb    "Y" COFFEE, 2 lbs   COFFEE,     Blue    Ribbon.  with premium, lb   BUTTER, No. I Creamery,  Sifos__    LARD, 10 lbs    LARD, 5 lb     LARD, 3 lbs    CHEESE, Canadian, 3 lbs.  CHEESE, Colonial. 2 lbs   ENO'S     FRUIT     SALTS,  bottle,   SCOTT'S        EMULSION,  bottle,   LISTERINE, 65e. bottle,-.  BROOMS, 5-string,. each-   SOAP, White Naptha, 22 for  SOAP, LUX Toilet, 13 for.-..  SOAP, Royal Crown, 21 for  LUX POWDER, II pkts.-..  $ .99  .55  ,99  .65  1.19  2.15  1.10  .70  1.00  .65  .90  1.05  ._������_������  .50  1.00  1.00  1.00  i.Ou  FOR SALE���������Young pigs, $5 each.   J.  F. Rose, Creston.  Imported china $1 -window.   Creston  Drug __ Book Store.  Phone 36F for truck and team work.  Fred Smith, Creston.  FOR SALE���������Buggy and harness, in  good shape.   H. Clements, Erickson.  Birth���������On September 25th, to Mr.  and Mrs. John Senenoff, a daughter.  WANTED���������Young man wants work  of any' descriptionr Phone Funston,  48Q.  See the special values of $1 china-in  our window. Creston Drug & Book  Store.  Saturday, Nov. Sth, is booked by the  Woman's Auxilary of Christ Church for a  CANNED GOODS  PEAS.'No. 4, 6 tins,   CORN, No. 4, 6 tins,   TOMATOES, 6 tins,   CORN BEEF, 4 tins,   PINEAPPLE, 6 tins,   BAKING   POWDER, 3-lb  SARDINES, Brunswick, 14  t_r������S   BACON, Side, lb   BACON, Back, lb   SPICES, per tin,   TOMATO CONSERVE, pectin,   Jm    m.m.m+*r JL -JK  BANANAS, 3 lbs   noAMnna    -a   j   ������_'_fc-_i->i<or.i__>,   _ \������\jc...- __ _  LEMONS, per doz.   GRAPES, per lb     DATES-Bulk. n*?r]b= __  OLIVE  Half-Pints,   Pints,     Quarts,    Half-Gallon   Gallons,   OIL  .95  .95  .99  .95  .95  .o>  .99  39  .44  .09  .24  .35  .yy  .45  .18  .c  a-.aj  .28  .53  .90  1.59  2.99  gas  O.  FOR SATE���������One 2 *<_ horsepower  engine   with    magneto,     $25.   C.  Rodgers, Cres on.  It is officially announced that Thanks-  giveng Day this year will be on Monday.  November 10th.  FOR SALE���������20-acres fruit land near  Canyon school y mortgage sale, good  value    Apply R. Palmer, Nelson.  At the evening service at the Trinity  United Church Rev. R. E. Cribb sermon  topic will be, "Is Sin Old Fashioned."  FOR SALE -Wagon,  in first-class  shape, low wheels, 3-inch tyre.  Morrows' Blacksmith Shop,   Creston  FOR SALE Three milch cows; two  just freshened. Also team of wock horses  suitable for logging. E. Nouguier,  Can von.  GRAND TKEATR  '������&!    ���������?������Y     otvr  v       t  Marv Pickford  m  Commencing Wednesday the three  village garages are operating on a strictly  cash basis on sales of oils and gasoline.  Vital statistics for the month show sis  births, two marriages and no^eaths. Of  the increased population four are boys.  FOR SALE���������6-room house, next to  telephone office, cheap for cash or good  cash payment. Apply R. Palmer.Nelson.  Miss Laura Holmes of Vancouver  arrived at the end of the week on a  holiday visit with her father, E. N  Holmes.  The October meeting of the Presbyterian Ladies' Auxiliary will be held this  afternoon at 3 o'clock, at Mrs. Telford's,  Erickson.  HAY FOR SALE���������7 tons alfalfarhay,  $15 a ton at barn, or $95 for whole of it.  Cash only A. R. Bernard, Camp  Lister, B.C.  FOUND���������Ford wheel and tire. Owner  can have same-on proving property and  paying expenses. Morrow's Blacksmith  Shop, Creston.  Up to the time of going to press no  decision has -been given in connec ion  with the development of the Goat River'  canyon power.  Mrs. Keith Kettlewell of Kimberley  arrived on Sunday on a visit with her  parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. Anderson,  Victoria Avenue.  Dr. and Mrs. Roy Lillie of Blairmore,  Alberta, were here again at the weekend  on a visit with the former's parents, Dr.  and Mrs. O. Lillie.  The   quiit   on   which    the   Women's  Institute have had   a   healthy sale of  tickets wdl be raffled at the bridge in the  T������_-;-i. tr-ji  ���������������!,;_  _ caa J__t ____.    buia  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goodwin and  daugater of Kellogg, Idaho, are here on  their usual fall visit with the former's  parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Goodwin.  WANTED���������Woman or girl for general  housework, good wages, steady work,  state age and give references first letter.  Mrs. H. P. KUnestiver, Lumberton, B.C.  Tonight's social feature is? the Women's  Institute bridge in aid of the Institute  hospital fund at the Parish Hall, with  cards at 8.15 and an admission of 50  cents.  NOTICE For the balance of the  year my shop will close Wednesday  afternoons. Customers kindly bear this  in mind. Morrow's Blacksmith Shop,  Creston. .  VEGETABLES FOR SALE���������Parsnips  $3.60 per 100 lbs ; Beets, $2.50 per 100  lbs.; Carrots, $2.00 per 100 lbs.. Pickling  Onions, 10c. lb.; White Winter Onions,  4c. lb.   Richardson, Erickson.  Ratepayers are reminded of the school  district meeting on October 11th at  which an additional $1500 will be asked  to carry on the additional room it is  necessary to have to take care of the  public school attendance this year.  Mr. and Mrs. G.  M. Argue and   the  former's father, all. of Cranbrook, were  weekend visitors, at Creston, guests   of  Mr.._nd Mrs. C. H. Hare.    Mickey, Jr.,  was also in the party.  The Girls Auxiliary of Christ gChurch  are having a eocial evening, inlthe Parish  Hall on Friday evening, October 10th,  commencing at 8.30. There will be  court whist and all are asked to come  representing the title of a book. Admission 25 cent-  mt5**mmmmmm*i  ^^^y^lT'^^^y^ay^^^^'n^-^ ���������i������t|p>������<y^'ay*^r������*^^*^*  ��������� y.y . yi^.y w-*m-W-*V'*m     *m     mf *M- ' WM' TTmmF " W ^  .     4  Specializing  fin  *n  d!-_ t"%r  <L4UJtJ-.aU   J  Fine Groceries are our  main appeal���������not prices.  We feature foods of fresh-  dess and taste���������not false  savings Yet    you    will  always find that, 'worth  considered, prices here are  day in the week.  Your   sweetheart  oi    iviovie  T .       1  .i__ana  in her latest and  uesi.  FOX  NEWS  COMEDY  ^I^?^#B-������3S_i_lg-l-a_5_Sffi_--__Ha^^i311g|__-  Miss    Marjorie   Brown    of  iormer   primary    teacher   at  public   school,   is      renewing  acquaintances, and is a guest of  Maxwell.  Nelson,  Creston  rfl A   a_>-~_--U  Mrs.  To take care of their expanding  business Creston Motors have just put  an 18 x 25 foot extension at the rear of  their garage at the comer af Main and  Barton Avenue.  Creston Motors announces that they  -have taken over the officl 1  agency in  this district for the Chevrolet autos and  trucks which was formerly at" the  old  Kootenay garage.  Miss Helen Lacey, who has been on  the sales staff at Creston Bakery the  past few months, left on Friday for  Lethbridge, Alberta, where she has  secured a similar position.  Genuine Indian summer weather made  its appearance on Tuesday" and the  foUowing^day wheat cutting was resumed  at the Reclamation Farm after a halt  since Friday, With good weather  cutting will be completed at the end of  the week.  a*4aaV4k__ta>Ma__a*k__aa4ka_aaaA_^  nrfisfnn Valley nn-.lnf.raf.v������ A.SSii  ��������� '<w ��������� ������������������ ���������r _ <^ ��������� ��������� aja   ������������������. - ��������� mw jm y*w ia?       ~P" ���������_> **r ���������  ant ������������ ��������� -w m _~^~���������������_ ���������  \ CRESTON Two Stores ERICKSON  ,-fc. - aaV - A .   _K  . ^ 'f^,jffr,,n������*||w^w||^|||y-h._t_fc1.|1|*--,---r--^, A_ A. ���������   A- A  .   j*\       f*\  f   fk.   |  |*| ,,fi|n  ^j{ftin jfjhajfta. Al A--��������� Iii-I lf^TIAl I   ^ flll^ " A ~ ^ T  I  1  a  \  MHaaaaaaaBaV  4  4  ywjy^wywy**^! y i ywy*J^fi t/' W ^T"-'^���������"T*1!11*^" "V* ^'f 'f Mf ���������  4  4  <  ���������  4  <  4  4  Greston Blacksmith, Plumbing &  Heating Company  "���������VV4*  a  I  4  ���������  4  4  <  4  4  ��������� 4  Can supply you with anything you  ill     bile     vjcuci a  Plumbing and Heating line.  HGGu.  jL__acxvSini __i.  We carry a complete line of Bathroom Fixtures in stock-  Baths, Toilets, Basins, Sinks, Range Boilers, Pipes  sn*^  ?iii"w kif!*3 of f^ittin^;  E_lv_?_tou^1i- Soi?  PipeSj  Vitrified and Tile Drain Pipes, &c.  In the BLACKSMITH line we give you the very best  of service, as we have the Stock, we have the Tools,  and we have the men who can do the work.  STEBNSTRUP& REE 13  4  4  4a__J__M_a___a-aaa___aaaa**ataW___  LINOLEUMS, 12 feet wide  LINOLEUM RUGS  CONGOLEUM RUGS  v-rl_.C_������OX_n    OlalBlli    IVfiStllS   __uC.  Our prices are right,  Ploaised to show you these.  CRESTON MERCANTILE  M \*+\iJr *w9 ft     ^*^l^l    B   | D���������w   I     &_/���������  ii  ������mm... -,twM>...tia������������_.l    in   11 ii urn     i iifDifi' i ���������'iiiiitiiii ir'if iiij������i i^iiii[iiiwa_iTiiiiniiii^ir]i[i[r]iiti_iriii[iniif  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  0  Creston Motors  Wish   to  announce  that we now have  agency for  Chevrolet  Cars and  Trucks *  A full stock of Parts  and Accessories,  To all Plymouth owners  wo assure you Service  :-:.,i,:/ Miis-usual.  More room being added  to give you better  service*  GIGANTIC  1-Cent  Si   ^9cll6  Marshall  Wells  Quick   Drying  Architectural Varnishes for  Floors,   Linoleums,   Furniture   and  aSaa.j_.-i iini.������rso r w ori_.  Marsball Wells name on any and all Paint and Varnioh products  rnenno those products aro the highest grado it ia posoiblo to ir.nl.o.  Thoro is no second or third or any other grado of Paints and  Varnishes with Marshall Wolfs labels on thorn.  Clear (Natural) Dark Oak  and Walnut  Reg. Prico.  Half Gallon Clear .$3.50  Quart Clear  1.85  Pints, Clear .'..'..  1.00  Qurt Dk.Oak or Walnut 1.85  Pint Dk.Oak or Walnut 1.00  The Quality is Here.  Sab Price  Two Half Gallons $3.SJt  Twp Quarts   1.86  Two Pints  1.01  Two Quarts  1.86  Two Pints .���������:..-. 1.01  The Price ia There  T_i������__S-- PRIOES ARE NETT, AND FOR CASH ONLY.     .  ,    ���������#    .  ���������**mmmmm*mmmmmm***mm*u**m****mmw*m  SALE for One Week Only, Ending OCT. 11  & A ������***     W^m)  1P^   "������-*������%   Tjpftk      f*J  '%_^^-^u^^ ������  "^^^ \ltiaaa_a_a_aht ^^^^^^^^^^ ^-J^^^^^^^^ ^^���������^^^ ^^g JmM ^^^m4&g^^  ^"BB5C^^ m   ^^^ ^qQ^^Qa^ B"*^^        ^H^"^^^.w ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^jSr i ^^JJJJ^^i  *%J m        tlLm        mJ  I       mLmmf  JL-/JtV *~7  Dry Goods, Grocerien.    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