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 Xpxovinciai^^^  apl SI  f  .*  Vol, XXII.  CRESTON. ByC, FBIDAY.  OCTOBER 17, 4930  No. 31  1930 Fall Fair  Prize Winners  Official List ot Those Capturing.  Red*and Blue Tickets���������Prize  Money Payments Largest for  Several Years Past.  JCaM-������������ at* -  Five boxes apples���������P. R. Truscott.  Three boxes apples, 3 varieties���������Saim  Moon.  Two  boxes  Mcintosh    Reds���������Percy  Boffey, P. R. Truscott.   _  -   Mcintosh Rebs���������Percy Boffey 1st and  2nd.  Jonathan���������Sam Moon.  Grimes Golden���������Sam Moon.  Peaches���������Sam moon,   G. Cartwright.  D'Anjou pears���������G-   CarfcwHcrlifc-  Ss__*  Moon.  Winter Nellie, pears���������Sam   Moon.  Flemish Beauty pears���������G. Cartwright,  Sam Moon.  aga 1w^  ������_  W>  <-_._.   _>aaa_.  I* rait���������Plates  Wesithy���������J. G. Hal  Gravenstein���������Sam Moon 1st and 2nd.  Jonathan���������K. E. Paulson, Sam Moon.  Wegener���������Sam Moon, 1st and 2nd.  Northern Spy���������E.A. Penson, P.Boffejr.  Spitsenberg���������E. A. Peases. v  Cos Orange���������E. A. Penson, K. E*  Paulson.  Bslicious���������E. A, Penson, F. J. _-_ing-  essmitb.  Greenings���������E. A. Penson, K. Paulson  Winter Banana���������H. Clements,. E. A.  Penson.  Quinces���������Mrs. Davidge.  Peaches���������Sam Moon 1st and SfedL  Grimes Golden���������Mrs. Putnam, E. A.  Penson.  D'Aaiou Pears���������Sam Moon,  Mrs.  F,  Jackson. ,.:,., ,...;v.:^v:,;S...  -.YYi.^,.,  *" ffiemtsh Beauty: pea_rs^3.&p. YBWlme  1st and 2nd.  .'; ��������� -:.--::-,-  Cleargueau pears���������Sain Itfoon 1st and  2nd.     y .'   ; '  Winter Nellis pears���������Sam Moon 1st  2nd.  Bartlett pears���������Mrs. F. Jackson, Mrs.  M. Young.  ~ Any other variety���������Sam Moon 1st and  2nd.  HiBlopcrabapp.es���������E. A. Penson, Sam  Moon. ','���������/������������������'  Transcendant craabpples��������� Sam Moch  1st and 2nd.  Prunes, crate���������E A. Penson, Mrs.  Nathorst.  Plums, crate���������P. Boffey, Sam Moon.  Lombard plums, plate���������P. Boffey, Sam  Moon.  Green Gage plums, plate���������C. Murrell,  Sam Moon.  Prices, plater���������E: A. Penson, Mr..  Hayes. s  Yellow Egg plums, plate-Sam Moon.  1st and 2nd.  Pond Seedling plums, plate���������S. Moon,  Percy Botf_y.  A.O.V. plums, plate���������Mrs. M. Young,  1st and 2nd.  Plato apples, B.C. Nursery special���������  T.Goodwin.  Best box Mcintosh Red in show���������  Percy Boffey.'  Ranch display���������Sam Moon.  Best box apples in show���������P. Boffey*  Best coiored box apples���������T. Goodwin.  Best packed box upples���������P. Boffey.  Horses  Saddle horse under saddle���������C. Sut-  clifie, R. Miller.  Ranch horse���������C. Sutcliffe.  General purpose mare���������C. Sutcliffe.   ,  - Saddle pony���������R- MUIer, Louis Joseph.  Cattle  Registered bull, dairy��������� G. Nickel, Geo.  Caftwrighc.  Grade cow, dairy���������A. Comfort, F.J,  Klingensmith.  Co^, regfetereb���������W. M. Archibald, G.  Cartwright- f  Heifer, under 2 years���������G. Cartwright.  Dairy calf���������G. Murrell, C. Sutcliffe.  Jersey cow���������G. Cartwright, G. Nickel.  Jersey heifer under 2���������G. Cartwright.  Grade heifer under 3���������F. H. Jackson.  Registered dairy cow���������W. M. Archibald.  Grade dairy cow���������A. Comfort.  Poultry  Barred Rocks: Cockerel,Mrs.Pridhan_.  Pullet, Mrs. Pr   icr.rr.  Rhode Island. Reds: Cockerel���������A.  Comfort, P. Bradley. Hen���������A. Comfort 1st and 2nd. Cockerel���������H. Clements, A. Comfort. Pullet���������H. Clements,  A. Comfort.  White Leghorns: Cockerel���������D. Bradley 1st and 2nd. Hen���������D. Bradley. E.  N. Holmes. Cockerel���������E. H. Pridham.  E.N.Holmes. Fnllet���������D. Bradley, E.  H. Pridham.  Any Other Variety: Hen���������rE. H.  Prid-  -iiam    1st    and     2nd.   Pullet���������E.   H.  Pridham.  Utility pen���������E. N. Holmes.  Best male bird���������H. Clements.  Pullet eggs���������D. Bradley 1st and 2nd.  Firsts���������D.Bradiey. Extras���������D. Bradley  1st and 2nd.  [Continued on Page 5  iii U ll L  _Jirth���������On,October! 1th, to Mr. and  Mrs. Melt Beam, s daughter.  Lee Heric of Yahk was a weekend  visitor with his family at the ranch.  Donald Funston arrived early in the  month from Australia and will probably  spend the winter here with his uncle,  John Halt ���������'  . -  Keith Hester of Alice Siding is a  visitor with Mr and. Mrs. W. H. Kemp  at present,  - The Fuller brush man was making the  rounds of Erickson homes at the middle  of the week with his line of brooms,  brushes, etc.  The rather severs frost of Saturday  night and Sunday morning hap brought  to an end the season's shipping of  cucumbers, tomatoes, pick ers, peppers,  etc.  The Blaine store, opposite Crialer'si  garage, opened for business at the first of  the month, carrying a line of canned  goods, groceries, candies, etc.  Mrs. W. H. and Miss Joan Kemp nnd  other friends were motor visitors at  Bonners Forry on Wednesday last.  Mrs. Geo. Cartwright and daughter,  Mrs. Peck of Edmonton,' Alberta, were  Spokane visitors last week.  *���������  Quito a .lumber ot  Erlcksoh  wero nbroad In the fields at the  o! thpwpck  taking advantage  tnree-day pheasant shoot. -"  hunters  middle  .  I  Under the nuBpicos of Ladies  ., Guild of Christ Church  W% *    1       WWII'  Parish Hall  Cards At 8.15 p.m, Prompt.  GOOD PRIZES  Admisj j i" y ������ 50c������  Supper included. ,  Everybody Welcome!  ������0.  -1. -  HOSPITAL "SHOWER"  The Hospital Committee of  Creston and fDistrict Women's Institute are having a  Canned Fruit Shower in aid  of the_Creston_yalley Hospital in Trinity ^United Church  basement, Creston from 3 to  5.30 p.m., Saturday, October  .-even.  ^    *  Donations of Canned Fruits  and Vegetables. Jams, Jelly,  Pickles, etc.ij^?ill be gratefully ai  Tea -Til! be^sf3*yed.  At 4 -'PJE_lB^:-&.'''Laittb9'  Provincial Injector of Hospitals and Tubercular Specialist, will speak.  Admission is free.  Church on Sunday morning. There was  a splendid turnout and an address  appropriate to the occasion was delivered  by Rev. R. E. Cribb*  The first signs of winter were in evidence at the first of the week. Snow is  quite prominent on the hills.  A very successful chicken supper was  served in the old schoolhouse on Saturday evening under the direction of the  Women's Institute, the proceeds of  which go towards the community hall.  Site large tables were set and nicely  decorated by the special helpers who  used the fall flowers and autumn leaves  to good effect. The supper was promptly served to all as they came in and all  present claim It was a very fine spread.  The intake at the door was in th$  neighborhood of $70.  . Mr. and Mrs Jas. Wilsod returned on  Sunday from a week,s visit with friends  at Cranbrook and Kimberley*  R.-Dennes, who Has secured a position  in Nelson, was visiting with his family  here at the weekend.  Mrs. Cam is a visitor here from Kelson  this week.  Mrs. Henderson left on Monday for  Winnipeg, Man., where she is to meet  her daughter, who is expected trom  Irelanb.  .Mrs. C. J. Neil and son, Clifford, were  visitors at Nelson a few days last week.  Mrs. Rickard and son,  Neil, of New  J*s������^^������-__io  have. *s~������i_ .visUittg^^&a.  former's uncle and _tunt '-Mr. and. Mrs.  Neil, for the past   six months. left on  Monday for Los Angeies,  Calif., where  they expect to spend the winter. .  Jas. Cook of Creston. was a visitor here  at the first of the week, a guest of Mr.  and Mrs. A. North.  vJ*F*K0se7 Pioneer  K*������ i_fuuuciuj  Passes After Alighting from Auto  Trip to Ranch���������First C.P.R.  ox   v_<m cauiu-  -Frbmineni  in Liberal and Masonic Circles  Badminton Club Reorganizes  The annual meeting of tho Badminton  Club was held In tho Parish Hall on  Wednesday last with a largo turnout of  members. Tho retiring secretary, Mra  Telford, reported a, very succcHisfu  soason with tho balance b cot showing a  small credit balance after all cxpensca  had been paid. Tho officers for tha  coming season wore elected an follows*:  Mr. JE. Whitfield, president? nnd'M.ca  M. Hamilton,, secretary-treasurer.  The Club will meet -for play In thq  Parish Hall on Monday and Wednerday  evening from 7.00 to 11 p.m., and Thursday and Saturday afternoons from ������1.30  to 6 p.m.'  Aa tho Club linn only ono court It Is  rwoiwif-nry to limit tlso mcxnbo.-a.-3p,  tbcrcforo anybody wishing to join  should apply as soon as posnfblo.  Vmfynnd&i  Mrs. Gelette, who has been on a visit  with her daughter, Mrs. S. Benedette,  returned to her home in Lethbridg^,  Alberts, last week.  ���������  Miss A. Davis, who has been visiting  her sister, Mis. Cornwall at Riondel,  returned home on Friday.  Mr, and'Mrs. H. P. Robson left on  Friday for Trinidad, where they will  spend the winter.  Rev. A. Garlick of CreSibon will be.here  for Anglican Church service on Sunday  afternoon at 3 o'clock.  Harvest festival was held in St. Paul's  Georgianr Singers  and Players  Auspices of Trinity  United Church.  All Canadian Talent  Clean*    Wholesome  Humorous  Hear the "Wonder Girl'*  Play and Sing ���������  in the   "' '  ;"���������';.'���������  United Church, Cr^&on  Thursday, Oct- 23  and  Community Haft, Canyon  Friday- October 24  Adults 50c.    GMtdron 25e*  Bert Yerbury and B. R. Bohmer  arrived home from. Cuitus Creek oft-f  Friday, at which point they have -beep  working on a road into the Bayonne  mine. The appearance of snow has  stopped operatious.  Rev. R. E. Cribb will be here for  United Church service at the usual hour  on Sunday afternoon. His subject will  be, "Shall a Man Pray."  Harry Demchuk Is just back from  Claresholm, Alberta, where he has been  helping with harvest and threshing for  the past three' months.  Ed. Smith, Alf. LetoHle and Aug.  Klein, who have been on a road crew at  Grey Creek, arrived home on Monday as  work has been shut down.  An Easthops stusap poller has fust  arrived at Creston and, we understand j  has been shipped in by the department  from Merville to be available to Lister  settlers for land clearing purposes.  .-.,. Bert 'Yesfcary'fis;sa"tTbafge,- of^crew.--' cf  four men, Alf  Wel!spj*sg,r* W  P.. Sd=  wards, Herb Sparrow and Franh Lewis,  who are at work on improvements on the  North and South highway near  Porthill.  R. V. Wiilcox of Salmon Arm, inspector for the federal poultry branch R.O P.  work,   was    here  on   Monday  inspection of the Fred Powers  farm.   50 birbs were banded for  O.P. class and it is expected that  later another 50  may   also  bs i  These are a!! White Wyandottes.  Hay baling operations are in full swing  at the John Huseroft rarj^h where some  80 tons of alfalfa are being bundled for  shipment to the Consolidated Mining &  Smelting Company farm at Marysville  Harry Helme has also contracted to  supply a dozen tons which will be baled  next.  an������i;;is9Si;  on  an.  poultry  the R.  a little  entered.  A. A. Bond left on Sunday for Nelson  where he has secured a plastoring  contract, and expects to remain for the  next few weeks.  W. Cook, who has betni working at  Powell River for some weeks * past, has  returned to his home here, and will  probably remain for the  winter.  Th������ bridge near the Wcarmoth ranch  is receiving some needed repair attention.  More fill is! being put in order to shorten the length of the rebuilt structure.  Apple harvest in this section will be  completed this week if tho weather is at  all favorable.  Rov. R. E1 Cribb had the beat turnout  of the season on Sunday afternoon for  tho harvest thanksgiving service in tho  United Church.   '  Mr. and Mrs. W. Rldd are hero from  Hontherdown, Alborta, to spend a couplo  of weeks at tha ranch boforo going back  to Antroua, Alberta, where ho will again  bo employed this winter. Tholr son,  Will, Is atJ tho technical Institute at  Edmonton,, whoro ho has just commenced a two your coureo in motor mechanics.  Tho homo of Mrs. L, W. Stephens was  tho scimo of festivity on Saturday evening whon about 85 Canyon ladies met to  "shower" a bride doct of tho month,  Mies Elate Bntoman. A diminutive  brldo and groom in tho persona rif Loi.hu  Browell and Jrmmy Batoihan prooonted  gifts, which they drew in a decorated  I lovo ship inudo by   Mrs. Browal,  Mra.  A link that effectively connected  Creston of 1830 with Creston of the  days shortly after steel arrived in the  very late nineties, was abruptly severed  Wednesday afternoon in the sudden  death of John Franklin Rose,who expired  suddenly oh alighting from his car to  inspect some work that was under way  on his ranch jus������t about two miles north  of town.  too robust for the past eightesn months,  but who had been feeling much better of  late, had driven to the ranch and it  would appear had stopped the engine of  the auto and had just nicely got out of  the car when hie was seized with a heart  attack, and expired almost instantly.  The men in his employ rushed to his aid  bat life was extinct before they had  reached  him.  The late Frank Rose, as he was  familiarly known, was a native of Eastern Canada, being born near Brockville,  Ontario, and at the age of sixteen  started work for the old Grand Trunk  Railway as assistant agent, and. was  later made station agent a* Camlachie,  Ontario, sear S-asnia^&issi...going.--to  Dublin, west of Stratford, and then to  Malton, east of Toronto. He gave, up  railroad work for about a year,, when he  was in the grocery trade in Sarnia,  Ontario, but about 1898 he went back  into railroad work, coming west to  Medicine Hat, iltjb.erla, in ??bich  Ss jjlu raaci twotis rora cone,  ^e^W-j-S^nttnaeicI* agent Mt- ��������� ��������� CrratOBi-"' -be 2S  the first regular station master here,  with ticket, telegraph atid express: offi������e-  as well as freight shed alt under the one  roof of a hone too spacious box car. He  remained in C.F.R. employ until about  1908 when he went permanently into  fruit growing on his 20-acre ranch north  of town, which he had developed while  still with the company. He married in  1SS5, Mrs. Rose, who survives him,  sharing the pioneer life with him, arriving at Creston shortly after her husband  had assumed charge here.  When co-operative fruit marketing  was commenced at Creston the late  Frank Rose was first president of the  old Creston Fruit Growers Union*  Limited, and was equally prominent in  the affairs of the Farmers' Institute,  both in its educational work ns well as  its trading department. He served in  the earlier days as a school trustee, and  was a charter member and past master  of Creston Masonic Lodge. Almost  since the opening of the Presbyterian  Church here he lias been en the board of  management, and no gathering of  Liberals was quite complete without the  attendance of the late Mr. Rose, who  for years was president of tho Liberal  organization. In the early days, - and  even up till a dozen years ago, deceased,  who was a Binder of more than usual  abEEity, and his wife who is talented both  as pianist and vocalist, took a prominent part in all entertainments both in  tho village and district, and with such a  varied experienco in all departments of  community activities it can well be  assumed that the passing of Frank Rose  will be mourned by a vory wide circle of  friends and acquaintances.  ^Pending the arrival of his only brother,  Rainy Rose, of Medicine Hat, Alberta,  funeral arrangements havo not been  completed but it 3s expected burial will  take place this afternoon with service at  the houao at 4.30 )upon arrival of the  w-Btbou-.d train, and interment in Croston cemetery. The Masonic Lodge will  have charge of tlie funeral.  Niblow and Mra. Stephens. Tho brldo  suitably responded to the call for  "Speech." Mrs. F. Knott played the  Wedding March ������nd also a pEnno nolo,  and Mrs. Kolthammor and Mrs. Stephens contributed vocal solos. Lunch wan  iwnwd by Misses Helen .and Juk.������-  DrowelU Holly Bond, Edna Htckoy and  Myrtle Wickhoiin, bringing to a close n  happy evening. E  REVIEW,   ���������BESTO>T,  B.  No  of iter Orafig^ Pikoe  can @$gudl tisis lit .'*������������������^������������������  ORANGE  PEKOE  BLEND  _ - _���������  -BU   ___       .It-EaA  7S0  Attitudes Of Mind  It is reported in a daily newspaper that some doubt existing: as to  tvhicb. side of the international boundary line between Canada and Maine  a certain old lady's farm was located, surveyors were employed and the  decision finally reached that it was on the United States side. Tm so glad!"  exclaimed the old lady, "Canadian winters are so severe."  Travelling- from the United States to Canada on one occasion, tlie writer  overheard- a passenger. remark just after the train had entered Canada:  "The air is so much sweeter and purer now that we are back in Canada."  Climate to these people was an attitude of mind, but, nevertheless, very  real. It leads- one, however, to wonder whether -many people do not approach many of their daily activities, not on a basis of actualities, but from  some purely mental reaction.  On the day following the general election of July _S last, a merchant in  one of our Saskatchewan cities,, a strong Conservative by .the way, declared  that his business had already greatly improved. He overlooked the face that  two fairly large conventions then iu session in the city might: have added  somewhat to has day's sales. No, it was an attitude of mind with him,---  business had improved over night because the Conservatives had won tho  election.  It is the same with many in respect to hard times. Some people whose  salaries, or wages, or other sources ot* income, are the same now as they  were in the boom days, or even greater, but whose cost of living is much  less, due to lower commodity prices, "feel" harder up than many who actual-  Wealthy For a  Girl  Student From Copenhagen En-  :.;.;;.   joyed Herself In JSerlin  o^j^s: Maikeia Borring, al student "Sf  jtnedicLn������ f rbn t Copenhagen,. Denmark,  experienced being1 a millionaire for a  day in Berlin: She had won first  prize in a contest sponsored by the  Danish daily, "Politiken," Which  meant that she was permitted to  spend ono day in Berlin with all bills,  no matter how high, paid by tlie  paper.  There was one condition, however,  Miss Borring was not allowed to acquire anything which might be of  value to her after her role of millionairess expired.  She therefore found the task of  spending money somewhat dtilicult,  A visit to Prof. Albert Einstein, an  airplane spin, a drive about town In  a costly limousine, sumptuous'meals  at the moat expensive Berlin restaurants and attendance at a theatre  comprised her day's "extravagances."  Pale People  Are In Peril  some  form  <jt   Nervous JtsreaK-  down Always Threatens  Then-  Pale    people    are    almost    always  nervous.  Paleness    denotes  lack     of  blood and too little blood usually results   in  jaded  nerves,   sleeplessness,  headaches or neuralgia.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are differ-  ly suffer, they become terribly pessimistic and continually harp on the blue } ent from most other medicines���������i*t is  ruin aspect of things  and Low  difficult  thev are finding  it  to  make ends \ impossible to take them and not feel  ^, (better.       Their whole  mission  is  to  meeC- ��������� #    ���������      ,                   lraake rich, red blood.    This new blood  v.^. ___:o._.-  -n   .._..������.   ������__._���������<-  _!-^o������i-L.,ie   ..._..__.. _v^.s_.i-^_-_.~.  -o  -s>  -������.___   *_   ~~v- |vaL������trx_g_u__ih _u._ nerves an<3 gives vi-  that with many people hard times is. an attitude of mind, superinduced, ��������� tality to the whole body. Concern-  maybe, by fear of the real thing:, rather than the thing itself. Unfortunately [ ���������g tnei������ Mrs. G. Cook, Bloor Street,  there are many who are faced with truly hard times and-.have concrete.!������^Sffi^>S'?j^/f^I^S  problems to solve and difficulties to overcome, but there is a multitude of ] breakdown with the result' that I have  others who are no worse oS" today than they ever were but who "think" 1 been well and strong ever since."  they are. They are largely responsible for cultivating and disseminating  ideas that conditions are much worse than is actually the case.  The influence of mind over matter is a well authenticated and recognized  fact. Records in doctors' offices contain scores and hundreds of cases of  peopic who, having nothing the matter with them, imagined there was  something wrong and by constantlj- and morbidly dwelling on their imagined  ills actually did become chronic invalids.  There is, too, that state of mind wherein people develop suspicions of  others without anj- cause or evidence lo suppgst such suspicions, but, having  become suspicious of another, every word and act of such person, however  simple and innocent, only serves to confirm and intensify the suspicions of  the former.  ala  W    "aW  _-39-!_-^ff __&___!_���������_ :  BEWARE!  Severe abdominal pains, griping,  after taking" a. laxative .'is., an indication of unnatural strain that  may cause serious injury'        ���������     ?  No laxative that'-" causes; such  discomfort Is safe, or necessary.  ENO   is.' pleasant,, gentle,   safe  ��������� aBttd-BUP9.���������'   Y.; __.���������..  A daily dash, of "BNO-o  ������������������Fruit Salt'.' In a glass of water,  night or morning, tones up and  sweetens the entire system. Acid  stomach, fatigue,, biliousness,  quickly disappear.      ^       ������������������������������������.-'���������  Newest In Machines  To learn what and how. much you  should eat simply drop a coin in a  new slot machine, which was shown  at the International Hygiene exhibition at Dresden. Germany. The' machine weighs you, measures your  height *and then delivers a card outlining your diet, showing the natures  of the food and the number of calories you should consume daily.  Americans    spend     approximately  $1,000,000 a day for ice cream.  New Building For C.N. Exhibitionu.  Another permanent building is to  be erected for the Canadian National  Exhibition, Toronto, at a cost of 51.-  000,000. The buildings already erected in exhibition park are valued at  over $20,000,000. The new building  will be used for exhibiting horses and>  cattle.  Recent photographs of the planets  add evidence to the-belief-that Mars,  Jupiter, and Ventis have "an 'atmosphere, as the earth has.  Such attitudes of mind .v_������s to tie deplored, and their cultivation to be  guarded .against by every individual. The harm done through constant thinking of unpleasant and evil things, and the harboring of thoughts oE suspicion of others, or even of weaknesses in one's self, is almost incalculable.  It spreads like a miasma through society polluting the life of whole com-.  muni ties.  Fortunately, the reverse of this is also true. The cultivation/of clean,  kindly and noble thoughts, the development of feelings of confidence in and  goodwill towards one's neighbors, creation of the habit of looking at. the  bright rather than" the dark side of things, also spreads through society and  uplifts and brightens the lives of all persons with whom such a sane and  happy individual comes in contact. . .  You can get these Pills from any  dealer in medicine or by mail at 50  cents a box from The Dr. ��������� WillJams'  Medicine Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.  C_-_taHtfi������V-^. tat  ������>  -.__*���������___���������- --yj*3_: ������"_*_������!. C  IS- B������r_t_i������a���������_ifs>���������^  H.V-!Y<5?i.     r-Ai.  j'lljliili  . ^____���������������_ ^,^^^  .       jut -<������8$M..MM  REDUCED FARES'-   MODERN SHIPS  SAILINGS  '"^TtTi'M^:: !".-|--^r-:"-!e*;5:r'������r~--,������--"''    .���������-.      -jr. c& *  *wr*i-" Sri. l'fe'fcS-4^  * ������|J.  Vancouver Expert Will L-ay Kails For  Bermuda's First Railway  Canada will play sl valuable part in  the   construction   of   Bermuda's   first  railway, which is hoped will be completed   within   a   year   or   so.    Louis  McDonald,   of  Vancouver,   expert   in  road beds and track laying, has g-orie  to Bermuda.oboard the C.N. steamer  "Lady   Somers,"   after   engaging   ten  men in, Montreal, to folloiy'hini later"  to  Bermuda.  The ' Vancouver expert'  has been -3(5'. years in the businessj'of':  rail laying.   ��������� He Served under Generr  al J. W. Suiwak ia the i2th .'Raii^i  Nov, 7 Montreal  Nov. 14 Montreal  Nov. 15 M ont real  -Nov. 21 Montreal  Nov. 26 Montreal  Nov. 28 Montreal  Dec  _r_G  Dec.  13  Satrtt'Johr,  Dec.  16  Saint   John  Duchess  of  York  Duchess of  Richmond  Montclnre  Duchess of Atholl  Duchess of  Bedford  Montcalm  5  Saint   John  >SJuoImiss ' of  Vork  2 Saint   -Clin   . Duchess of RicSmtonci  Montclare  Duchess of A.tnoi:  Belfast  Liverpool  Southampton  Belfast  Belfast  Southampton  Belfast  Belfast  Southampton  Be:fast  Liverpool  Antwerp  Liverpool  Liverpool  Liverpool  Liverpool  L-iVcTpOG?  Glasgow  Glasgow  Cherbourg  Glasgow  Glasgow  Cherbourg  Glasgow >.  Glasgow  Cherbourg  Glasgow  TH HOUGH TlfAiNS   DIRECT TO  SHIP'S SIOE  Book Your Passage Now for '-he Choice ot  Accommodation  Apply  to   Local   Agents  or  R. W. Greene. C.P.R.  Building,   Edmonton.  G.   R.  Swalwell.  C.P.R.  Building, Saskatoon, or  W- C. Casey, General  Passenger  Agent,'C.P.R.  Building, Winnipeg.  GANADfAN   PAGIFiC  S^EAMSHtl3S  Jamaica Buys From Canada  Unemployment Relief  Is Grateful F������*r Tariff Preference On   Sepa.r������t<k Unit Of JLatoor' Bepa. iHi������'i.fc  Fruits and Vegetables Will I>.'aS With  Details.  Canada is getting all kinds of busi- j a separate unit will bo established  ness that formerly went to the TJnited . in the Labor Department to adminisr.  States because of Jamaica's gratitude , ter the details of the f?2O,OQ0,00O fund  to Canada for recent tariff prefer- j for dealing "with unemployment re>  eiicea, according to I_. T. Kennedy, j not, it will operate under the Min-  prominent business man of Kingston, j ister of T.nhor who will have, aasocl-  Jamaica, who- was a recent visitor in   ated with him in the work the Minia-  way Troops during ;the    world    war  and is J now    working ���������;; with; - Belf our';  Beatty" and'  Co.," \ ������pndor������ ^Eii^a'ijdr",  builders of the new railroad.  Montreal.  t,er of Railway a and Minister of ���������Pub-'  WorkH..     Harry    Hereford,    of  "We in Jamaica are very gratoful i lie Work������.. Harry Hereford,  to Canada for her preferenco In Ottawa, will.be in chaigo of this unit  fruits and \'egetablea, and as a re- ��������� with the title of Director of Xrnem-  sult, millions of dollars worth of busi- j ploymerit. Relief. He was formerly in  ness which formerly went to tha j the Labor Dopartmont an rogtstrnv  United States is now being diverted .under the Industrial Disputes Invep-  tp Canada. Wo buy a groat deal of  flour from you, among other things,"  he said.  A woman may be clover enough  to do any work a. man can do but  tho cleverest gets some man to do it  for her,  tigntion Act.  A London bookseller haw collected  more than 400 editions of "Robinson  Cm hoc" iu nil languages.  Maple Sugar IiuliiHtry  Production of maple .syrup and  maple sugar in Canada in :i,0S0, had n  value of $5,250,020. Of thla amount,  2,185,370 gallons of syrup accounted  for $a,A00,107, and 8,208,276 pounelp  of nugar for ,������1.,8ai,n:i.Jl, Tlio avoiage  price of tho nyrup wan ,1������1.77 per gallon and of the HUgar 17 oenta u  pound.  Wotnon anil Astluna. ;Wotaeri .ere  numbered among the ,suffotters- ifrom'  ���������asthma by the cpuntlesiir; tnoii^ands:,  In every climate they; will be found,'  helpless in the grip'of this relentless  disease unless they have availed  themselves or the proper remedy;! Dr..  J. D. Kellogg's ^sihma Remedy has.  brought now hopd. and life. to many'  such. Testimonials, sent entirely with-  iou fc .sol Icitation, show the enormoua  ���������benefit.it,'-has'wrought among \yomcn  overywhero. ' ��������� '' '���������   ,���������' ���������  IIIh; Nlgl^ly. MesHii-ff'o ,,".;  Thin often repeated nightly moHaago  which hlfi chauffeur delivered to Sit1  ,T. Bickevstaffe was on the latter's  funeral wreath: Y'Tho .Ire's dying  out; the water is. nice- and hot; the  windows and doors ai'o bolted; tho  moupo trups aro' set and there aro  uo mice,      Good-night, Sir John."  iS^������  ^.__.s^������^  I������ Millcv'n Worm Powdors ncedod  tho support of testimonials thoy could  be got from mo-liers who know the  groat, virtue of thiu excellent medicine. But tho 'powders will speak  for themselves cuh.I in such a way  that there can be no ciucation of  them. They act spoodlly and thoroughly, and tho child to whom thoy  aro administered ,will show Improvement from the first doso.  Paraohutoi For 'I^luiu*  A. parachute for.an aeroplane, designed by Dr. J. T. Parr, a 'denlist of  Oakland, California, In released by  pressing it control" lover. This opoun  a trap-door in the upper .wing, and  tlio pavachuto is tAwi out, The 'ohutq  nvvlngrj tho 'plane and pilot slowly to  earth, and ham si landing speed oil  about 1,fi miles nn hour.  Minimi's   Liniment   has    n  h mini rod  WMI'S,  .-..,���������_._,._t- ���������.��������� t .^rgm, r.T~. r.. f..-....- "������������������!������������������ irrnnnnMiiriiinrarifiM  w. N,  u.  tm*  '.  Keep Woods  jBS^y ffljSH������J^L-S^(gBaHjy wr^*r*W&mm)pMm^m������       ,*-S>      C-     ^Br^*?? Tr ff^  {'   ��������� ���������;...,'���������  Keep your foods���������^akes. breaclj pics, cut*, meats, etc  ���������under a covering of Para-Sani Heavy Waxed  Paper.   You'll, be amazed at the length of  time they'll stay fresh.,.delicious/ Para-  Sani   keeps   them   from   staling.  Get Para-Sarii in the handy,  sanitary knife-edged carton.  For less exacting uses ask for  |k.   App-cfbrd's "Centre PtjiU".;'  ���������^        ; Packs in sheet form, ..  _&  mm--'  mitf!)l*}*Jl*>������)l^^  11  'Y'H,A^i^:,WYV.^v  ,'..< ., \.���������;���������<.,>ftt,.',; .'���������.���������i'.,j,,'t: ;���������  <tw^^.!���������.������^v���������������^^;!Sfft���������TV>.i(7^'rfr  ������  '���������.... (���������'��������� *f'V"������f.YfA-i''  ,.,..,,;,.;    .r.',, ;i.'_,!Hii.  *%-4m  _-r������^._  SjiS_  ���������DNT'i  ���������Mi  m  Western Representative*:  HUNTER-MARtXN & COn REGINAR SASiC THE '���������'KEYIEW.    CIREStOK,   B.  S9  V-a  /  W'Y-  W^BKi.-li':  _     TTOM  > London, England.-^In a room'of the:  House-.'<rfi^  ��������� ed by Lore. ' Sarikey, the' Lord Chan-,  cellor, opened consideration of two  dbnstiutional questions; of wide signi-p  <|Cance to the dominions...,.'. Y- -  ? The first is the' establishment of  ^he Empire i^ibunsd] of:=app?!al which  ,svas mentioned in last year's report  Of the committee, ,On operating .of  ESominion Jaws.^. ; The<- second" problem is that of the nationality,'^of Bri  Bar  . ���������__���������-������������������  '������?._ i___!_ _m_.���������__  .rausiaviory  Says  ���������WILL, VISIT..,CANADA  j*V.   _?_unda������iori'*���������_?������-' ������Jrlt!c������sna  Y ���������' Minister Of Ilaihvays';       '  '; The '." Pas, ' '��������� MahY���������Returning here  from his first tripr to Churchili, a  journey made at this? time partly because of:.; charges!;;,- th^YiAe''? seaport  project Was fu>tproceedingF-''as:;speed--  ily .as it might be; Hon. ;R'. J. Manion,  Minister pf Railways and Canals, declared that criticism 1st unfair and  unfounded; and that tbe, undertaking  is going ahead in ah extremely efficient- manned -.  - The minister said that it is the  government's intention to open the  route in Y^epteraiber, 1931, for tests  iss both export arid import shipments.     . Unforeseen -   circumstances  ^fsh subjects domiciled .-in the doriain-.  ions.    Linked twith:.the- second is the j,maychange.pre^^ but ifc ia  further question of whether a" mar- j hoped    that'  the    late government's  fed woman; upon her marriage to an  4lien, is to be enabled to. retain her  nationality.- :'- Y Y"'  .._: Official, cormnuniques;r on-the  com-  plan to open the route in a commercial way next autumn will be  carried out. Y :  He     stated '   ho     -was'    especially  mittee's progress only give the trend ; pleased with the excellent roadbed to  of the discussion in barest outline,  although it is officially --"��������� intimated  that on neither point has anything  approaching a definite decision yet  been reached.  i' Hon. Maurice Dupre, Canadian so-  Mcitor-w-n-rtrB.! ^srjio re^re*sc??t*:1' C^*-"-  ada on the Sankey committee, took  the view, it is understood, that the  Empire tribunal should be constituted from panels representing Britain,  the Dorhinions^ahd India, as; occasion  annoa ��������� ofiior tha-n havsnc 'a rserms-  nentbody. ,In the event of a dispute between twounits of the British  common\yealth, the "court should be  .representative of each party to the  dispute, with a neutral president,  enosen cither from Britain or  one of the other, dominions 5n the  ������pinion of -air. Dupre.  the seaboard, and* he also pa:d tribute to George- Kidd, superintendent  at Churchill, and his staff foi* "their  efficient handling of the entire  scheme. - To his min d, an immense  amount   of   work   has   been accom-  Japan  Seekr Incr^ised  Trade  Witli  Canada  xm *i j������������������a������0&C  j.- i.io^.-.GC_^  ���������&  L\.Ua>  bot������L the  department  of the  interior  and the C.ISf.-..  Schooling Slfll-Beiiifr  Opposed By Doukhobors  Few   Radicals   Are   Making:   Trouble  In British Columbia  Victoria,,  B.C.���������-While  internal  dis-  fr-OVKl t OT^o-nca    lao-a?**    l^*y������h.v    ������*niT-k'~v>'+-r.rt    in    ?a"������-f������va������"i/-\���������  ��������� - .   O-S. x���������.^ A .^     ...M. r -_      mwu     ������ _ iv���������r J. v_\_     *..     a���������a w_ . *v*  Doukhobor communities, the problem  of the Doukhobor school attendance  f In; accordance with its unreserved j has been virtually solved,-except for  acceptance of the optional clause of j-a few radcals, ^according to Hon.  the court of international justice, the I Joshua Hinchcliffe, Minister of Edu-  jrish   Free   State   wishes, to   reserve I cation.  Dr. E. Leslie Burgin, M.P., one of  Britain's outstanding authorities on  international legal problems, who has  been attending the. international law  conference in New York; and who is  to visit Canada.    - --  Lay Heavier Steel  One Hundred Men Put To Work On  C.-������T.R.  Line Between   Melville  sunt! Watrous  Saskatoon,' Sask.���������One hundred  men have started work on the Canadian National line between Melville  and Watrous. A stretch of 28 miles,  mencing  five miles east of -���������lei-  Address At Toronto  ..' Toronto, Ont;���������A strong plea , for.  increased traded between, Japan and  Canada was. made by His "Excellency  Hon./X.'^M./.Toku'gstwa, Japanese Minister ''"to--;" Canada;-' in-an address "before  ^he^C^adiah Chamber of. Commerce  here.'The organization were-guests of  the. Ontario Government at dinner.  .' The Japanese people realize that-  if Canada thinks her rising industries need protection, '/it must and  will be done," the minister said,  after outlining the growth of trade  between Canada and the Orient since  1913. - ���������'/They . realize that every  country has a right to regulate its  own economic policy. They do not  and cannot seek any modification of  such policy of any foreign country.  They merely desire to discover if  there are any articles produced in  Japan which have not come so far,  but have the possibility of finding  their way into Canada in future, or  those which may possibly come to  Canada in larger quantities than in  the past."      . *~  UPPOHi  'aNADA IS URGED  *-*r\v*r*  Authorities Must  Work Together  Co-Operation Is Only Way To Solve  Transportation Problems  Kelowna'     B.C. S.  X.  S!r������ia3T_io  -_.l..-..��������� -^,  nf  Ville, will be torn'.up" and the 85- i Toronto, chairman of _ the Canadian  pound rails replaced by 100-pound! Good Roads Association, in address-  rails. This work is part of the 140- ! "^ tiie annual 'convention of the  mile program ^recently announced by '. G,ood  Roads  League  of  British  Col  the Canadian National Railways.  A. M. MacGillivray. district engineer,   C.&.R.,   stated   that   the   reason  uinbia, here, said that it was essential for federal, provincial and municipal authorities to work together to  ithe right to appeal to the Hague if  it so desires.-Britain and the Dominions, except the Irish Free State,  signed the optional clause, with the  reservation that appeal to The Hague  would not be made in case of'disputes  between members o������-the British-.commonwealth. ;; A  - piscussions on the. sxibject of na-  tianaiity- revealed a cleavage .: of  opinion. The ^poittt'at ..issue is ono  which received preliQiinary consider-:  ation. by the heads of delegates at  their meeting at Downing Street,  namely, whether ;there shall be one  common British nationality for the  whole commonwealth or seven separate nationalities, those of:tlie"'United,  Kingdom, Canada,': Australia, New  Zealand, South Africa, the .Irish Free-  State and India. South Africa and  the Irish are pressing for. a straight  nomenclature. The. British���������:and they  are said to be receiving tlie -wholehearted support of Now Zealand ���������  are pressing" for ;tho 'recognition of  one British nationality only for the  whole commonwealth.  Hon. Maurice Dupre, it is understood, favors , a ^compromise which  would retain the wider British nationality while linking, it with, the  nationality of a particular xtaminion.  To a Canadian travelling abroad it"  is felt the. arrangement would;be of  special aclyan^agOj , llo... woidd .not.  only possess^ hio ������������������Camidian citizenship put ���������: jwdulc... i'Gtain " the'' ��������� wfclev  British ".nationalitor,, ivhich iwould ghio  him the? ;protectio'iY.o;r ' the Britl^j  consular; ^ervi'ce.������3.,' ." =Thc greatont',djf-  flpultiy1 'Htii ]i:lds   plan   wotlld   lie,' 'ipor-  IiapPjV.'^nV^10 ���������!clu,!������H oi' n ..-convenient  tftrmw ;'?rh������.'������������������'title.'. of tu-itlsh-Cann.-  dla.-A''-uis'"boon Huggetitedj but thoro  haff, ;aH -yet,, boon no *'ormn!.pi,f>pi>,sal  along^thl.p ,lin.c,' '��������� The |);'oaon1:'fndi-ca-  tionH ���������������������������firv thrij^v^ust^'nliri Is Hkoly to  support tho, Cnn'adian posh ion, -   ;  ���������    '��������� -.;,������.,.' >.'F'fi.yf>r;.Mtir.lt   jfllMJ>e(!fc'<>Jv"';  Ro'glna.,;';Sau]i!.":"'-..A ;'Vote  i'tv favnr':'.oi'  tho eMta^lishinont of ,\\ nyHl.om or ment  These - reports show5 that the community Doukhobors have adopted  Canadian education so enthusiastically since the opening of the fall term  that their schools are full and in  some  ca'ses must be enlarged. |:  Abrtut"-40 - e_Jildren   of   radicals  al- j x,or<l  for the change was on account of ��������� solvetransportation problems. He  heavy traffic Over the line and the | outlined how good roads were chang-  large type" of engine' now \ised -by I inS the national and even political  the company. Laying the new "track ! life of Canada.  will not interfere in any way with Y "Good roads," he said, ''are bring-  trafiic, according to Mr. MacOillivray. [ ins  O.ILI__LU  oen-or  unoer-  Air Minister Made  WB^BeforiB FBght  [standing   and  are  having, a greater  S effect on the business life .of Canada  j than any oae realizes!       Distance is  now.measured by tujie and not miles,  and East and West ai-e becoming bet-  Toronto, Ont. -i��������� -"Goverih-ients.  should- -refrain- from carrying but aer-'  iai; work which rightly belongs to  comBrtercial aviatioh-Ynotably- aerial  survey," said Gen. J. J. MacBrienr  president of the Aviation League of  Canada, in speaking before the Canadian Chambers of Commerce here.  "Experimental, development, exploration duties and advanced traihirig  provide plenty of work for the government machines," he said.  Among other suggestions made by  General MacBrien for the assistance  of commercial aviation were*  Progressive government policies.  Dominion' and . provincial, needed 'so  that commercial operators and  manufacturers may plan accordingly.  Organized airways, which include  up-to-date -^ airports.. The : airways  system of truck and branch lines'  should be energetically- developed.  - Substantial support 3hould be given  to Canadian aircraft manufacturers  s.s it is most im^^^tsnt *"he ^ndust^r^7  shoiold be firmly established.  Small companies should be * encouraged to amalgamate and branch;  transport lines should be entrusted  to them. Commercial sqhools should  be supported by an allowance for  certificates issued.  Aeronautical education and research . should - be established. Any  educational institution not providing  facilities within its scope for its students ,to gain acknowledge of avia-  will be considered behind the times  and unprogressive. ..  General MacBrien outlined the.  present regular aeroplane routes in  the Dominion, and predicted that  within two years the present jump  from Ottawa to Winnipeg ���������would b _  bridged, by airmail.  Favors SubmarineVenture  to������ethe_ a L-e eibss-nt fruiu tlieir cluas-j  Mr. Squires si rbngly opposed use of j  Thon.son  t&ingYpb :_Hs- _ir������tfter.,.- ��������� .  ea.-This--isa.sma.il prnpr.rti.on of thej     London,   Eakiand.���������On   the   eve   of  school population, but it is sufficient} iJie  departure of  the   R-101   on  the .'with  railways ������__rt_apu*h  to create a problem.     .,,-; - j dirigible's     tragic     voyage -Ytoward ' '" ������  .It is understood the Department j indui. Lord Thomson, Minister of  of Education.plans.action to force a������ TAir, prepared a will bequeathing all  these children to "be educated, j of his possessions to his brother, Col.  -~��������� :r    ������������������:....���������������������������..-���������'-        ; Roger Gordon Thonoson.-   ���������:���������  TtX.oHh...i   trw^    teC kai>WI^ to-each-other by means of   stefannson . Thinlcs  Wilkins YExpodi-  I-e^ucathed   -Every- j fast autos and iniprqved.:road^.^ 1    - .  ��������� ...       _ *^^  Aids To Beauty Costly  j     The   document,   witnessed  by   two  ] officials - of the air' ministry," read:  he    recog-  railways    seeured   addetl  business through improved highways.  insp'ocitipri .In tho city was!rogistereHl  by mohibrtm^.oj'.jjip 'city ..council nub--  ���������con>^tt't^'o:'i.^n..m'd;a't.' in^jK'-cUon, wliich  mot.,,, vppi'o;fli>u1.,riiivpfl. oT. i-ivu?roi.in<'li-hft'  ' m.iii^V?lptj.rt'ttnM/ aud" ;;'live"   >������to���������k ' ancl'  btttojltprn'''ni-fisociatl'onH;.'h't'U' 'AVt'OlMiifr 'ih-  the ally hall council1 ohnmberH,  Statistics. Show $250,808,000 Tcarly j  , ..Spent:-,5n ���������uiiStDd.-Btaies-.  WaHhington, D.C.|���������-Two thousand ]  tons-of rouge,-'.,4,000 tous of. face powder, 6,000 tons of bath salts, 25,000  tons of 'vsinishlng, nourishing and  other facial creams, 9,000 fens of  i complexion soap, 20,000 tons of skin  lotion and more than 50,000 tons of  cold, cream assist the ..-.people' of the  TJn'l ted States in annually vmaintaining that schoolgirl and schoolboy  complexion. These aid3 of beauty  cost $250,000,000 a year. Tho "Beautician"' business Sn the United. States  is worth ^1.,006,000,600 annually and  ranks among the *h*st ten,, according  -to, C., ,C. Coucauxioxt,;.! of the Depart-  ment. .of Commbx'co. :���������.. ' :  ',  Preference  For  Canadian   Goods  Caimdiuu    filuuHaiovH.    Ol'    Cloiiuni'vc.^  ���������Sipff^eHt That Farmers Diversify  OperutionH  Torohtoj Out,--Tf the Canad'an  conBumei,' vwlll ; giver /preference to  Canada-pt'oducod coimmodities, andil'  tl^D rarmQV.wJU dlypi'Hlfy his opera-  ' tknin - fihOScionliy ��������� to .-.produco, rivtlclcfi  for \yh"ich'ri. /-toort Canadian market Iri  available, then there will bo a marked  Improvomant In tho'' ration of tho  grower's rotum. y  , Thlu io the ;con;c.lUHi<>n' vcachod by  tho agriunltursL cointnittoa of tho  Cflrui.fliim'''t;'!lir������.������V.blrtvH,'i r>r ' Ooiniaim-eo,  ���������;ai.d---'' 'place*;; jbcifor������- '���������',th0;..l.rcony _,n tion  or������! that b'(.Hly;h$i'6.  , ,,';  "I am. setting  out "on a flight for  i India and  in case  anything- happens  to   me   I   leave.all   of   my   property  and possessions to my brother,   Col.  Roger Gordon Thomson."  Lord Thomson ordered that tho will  be locked in a safe, and that it should  be destroyed should he return. '  Mapping the "Moon  Mt. Wilson, Cal .���������-Mapping the  moon by a new type of astronomical  survey has been begun at Mt; Wilson  Observatory. An adaption of aeroplane map making photography gives  views, equivalent ,to swinging the astronomical cameras a few thousand  miles out into space to get more  directly above side areas of the  moon's face, something impossible  from earth.  ; AfU'cisrthiw Hen'lfiMiixtf "'���������:  Lahore, "India.- Thi-oo of those n'o-  ouH^d of uompiiaJty In the 'Stssaa Hi nation of tlio assistant fiuporintoMclonl:  of police In^Luhpro in 1028, wero sou-  fcepoocl to' dcatli by!';n apecfrd tribunal.  Sloven othot'������ will be "t ran sported for  't-To.  W.    'NY  TT,    ���������JflRO'-'- ���������    ���������'���������'  ;ft������������lu.viiH yri'^n^'-hfortli ;-  WinnipBg:, MIU1.----R. G. O, .Tolms-  ton, ropu'tod to bo, Ciiiutda'H, f.arthest-  north drill operator, has reached  Winn I peg from v/orklng on-a claim  800 m'llen nrirth of Churohll], Man.,  on lludHon Bay. J-Io"wns a��������� mombor  of the party held up for two wookt;  hy nqtilnootjial galow wl������U������ coming  down by boat _.o������i the claimH.  ���������.^jSTew. "5Tork.���������Vilhfl._������lmMr. Stefarm-  son,  Arctic explorer, arrived on the  liner "Majestic'' with the statesnssst'  that the submarine is safer _i.d:rii_re':': v-  practical than the    aeroplane   ; as . .&���������:*���������.  j. means of reaching the. ^orth Pols,.,, \.-y  I Mr. Stefannson, who ,has, been leer. |V^  turdng for three    months    at , Cam-"  bridge University,  expressed' *_hi_ '-"be- "''-���������  lief that Sir George Hubert Wilkins, *n  his first aide en the Arctic-expsdi-i,-  tion   of  1913-1016,   wiil  successfully.H,  negotiate his under-water ventre io",'.  the polar cap. v   ''"      "'*  The  explorer  corrected  a popular ���������  bcl.ef that the Arctic seas������;are filled    -  with deep-reaching icebergs and salx|  there were none within 400 miles ot  the pole. ' '  "Tho human race has centred its  activities on the northern part of-the  globe,"-; ho said, "and will continue its.  jyrowth and population in that area.  In this development there must be assurance of food and supplies, and if  Wilkins demonstrates that a subn_a-  rln_ may successfully negqtiate,' tltd  polar cap, then frozen Canada,  around Hudson. Bay, Russia and Liberia, becomo now fields for man's1"  exploitation."  Sir Henry Thornton, Chairman and President of tho Canadian National  Railways, innpoctH tho modol of tho $50,000,000 toBinlnnl which his company  Iran Htartod to build at Montreal, TJio building to which tho railway president \u pointing Is the proposed central passenger station and olllco building  in the heart of tho theatre and buslnons district of Canada'^ motropolls. Tho  plims pnovlclo for oloctrlflcatlon of all passengcr linos onterlng tlio terminal  nnt\ muku a<Uiquni,<(i pruviNlou for louf;' ������i������H_ti.u������:ts and rapid transit .rulilo an  well as for tlov������ilppmor.fc of freight faotlltlos which Montreal will newel during  tho eomlajg" yoaru. '  Majority Of Women Voters  _,,; mnm  ,-m  Women   Voters   Greatly   Outnumber  M^cn In I-ngland and Wales v  London, England.--Woman has, Indeed Huuured the last word, The registrar-general has announced there aro  now 302,000 more female voters than  men (in England and Wal 03,   .  Tho city of London prc-por is the  oniy metropolitan district containing  more mqn than women electors. In  South Kensington the women outnumbered tho men by more* than two  to one.  , Curiously enough, women votoro mre  relatively fewest in the working cla.sp  areas.' '  Welland Caunt ?>������uni������g������i.  St. CatharineH, Ont.���������Downbouad  trafllc through th������ Welland Ship  Canal had to bo diverted to tho old  canal which was still belntf used for  upbound tralhc, aa tho renult of ox-  tonslve dam ago to two valvo������ at lyserk  7, at ThoroUt IflxceHtiiva air proBBuro  on tho valvar in blamed for the accident, whluh will online con������ldomblo  dahiy to trafllc. through, tho canal. THE  CRESTON   BEVIEW  A telephone  get you there  first  Getting there first is a vital  factor in business. Of what  importance is the quality of  your product or the strength  of your sales argument if your  competitor reaches the buyer  first and makes the sale before  you get there?  That is why so many successful business men are finding the  long distance telephone- a great  asset.  WaUULic: vj<,iia_\i__������ C4.J.C  r\ m*sy T������V-W������ r������������1f.  that will have to be taken care of  in the very near future���������with or  without consolidation.  LoeaJ and Personal!  FOR SALE���������Stock saddle, also bridle,  in good condition; Magnet cream separator; washing machine, hand or power.  W. Ridd, Canyon.  RANCH WANTED���������Wanted to rent,  orchard property with house, 10 acre  place preferred, state best rental price  first letter. Address Box 60 Review  Office. _.  "ASTRAY���������Bay mare, around 1100 lbs.  Large white blaze on face, two white  stockings hind legs, shod on all iour feet.  Anyone seeing same kindly notify J. B.  Holder, Erickson.  Remember   the hospital   shower   on  Saturday    afternoon     at     the  United  V_U.VM    mraa4.ar_.a__l tr.  T-\__i������%4>a^._i_    _f    ___-������_#*J  ���������a_"__i������a.������<a*SBa_> va vtuiuvu  letters or travelling in person,  they use the telephone and get  there first.  ftCO-SOSy i OiOpllGilB  OOi  LiRniTbu  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  CRRSTn'N,  B.C.,  FRIDAYS  OCT. 17  Building for the Future  In connection with educational  affairs everyone is ready to admit  that a great mistake was made  when the first two-room public  school was erected. It should have  been designed and built so as to  carry an extra story. And when  the two-story addition was put to  it exactly the same thing1 should  have been kept in mind.  A _    __.__    _; _      __._t_-u.i__     _.t-������������������_  -A.tt       LllcXU       1,-XJLLG,      prOUcaDx^,       liX-CITC  was not as much optimism prevalent as to Creston's future as now  obtains and in view of the prevailing belief as to still further expansion it is to be hoped that when  plans are made for the new high  school extension the district is  almost sure to have to provide in  1931, the blunder in connection  with the central public school will  not be repeated.  If, as now'seems certain, Creston  must next year provide two new  rooms , for high school purposes  it should be seen to that their construction will be such that they  wiil carry a top story.  With school population all  through the valley on the increase  it is just too bad that a consolidated high school can not be  created and the 1931 building  campaign be on a scale to provide  for   the   high   school   attendance  goods, jams, jellies, pickles will be gratefully received by the hospital committee  of the Women. Institute.  Cash receipts for September at Creston  office of the provincial police established  a new record, the intake being $1420, as  compared with $1288 for September,  1929. The increase is due a greater  'demand for hunting and trapping  licenses.  Apple shipping has been pretty much  at a sta-idsiiii the past week as the  board of direction are refusing to let the  winter varieties move until Monday in  an effort to clean up the Mcintosh Reds  which are moving slower than usual at  Okanagan points.  Dr. Lamb, provincial inspector of hospitals and tubercular specialist, will  speak at the hospital "hower" in the  United Church basement on Saturday  afternoon. The hospital committee of  the Women's Institute are serving tea.  Dr- Lamb speaks prompt at 4 p.m.  Ths new room at the publib sehpol  commenced work on Monday morning  with" Miss Marion Learmoth in charge  and seating accommodation provided for  35 pupils, most all of which was  occupied. Grades 3 and 4 will receive  instruction in this new division.  Tea was served the visitors and a freewill offering of $16 was received for tie  benefit of the school library.  About fifteen tables of players turned  out on F iday night for the court whist  drivegiven by the Junior Auxiliary of  Christ Church, with the attendance of  ladies most prominent. High score  prizes went to Mrs. Jas. Cook and Mrs*  A. A������ ;J. JCollis, while the consolation  honors were awarded Mrs. Stapleton and  Ivy Connatty. In book title guessing  coniert first prias������j was won by Phyllis  MacUonatd.  ?*'-Y"  Buaiii&ts was disposed of with promptness and despatch-at the special meeting  of the ratepayers of Creston school  district on Saturday night at which  funds to run the new public school room  had to be voted. J. W. Craig occupied  the chair and it took less than fifteen  minutes to adopt the necessary motion  uo raise an additional $1100 for school  purposes this year. Before adjournment  Trustee Jas. Cook gave a brief but  bi>������iE>RR������likA report on the recent trustee  convention at Vernon, which he  attended.  THE 1930 FORD OFFERS  arta-tYf--  ._*   Vain-  !or the Money  The new models with larger, roomier bodies and sew-body  lilies cannot be equalled for comfort, power, beauty qr stamina  and the new low prices make them them the biggest vahie for  the money on the motor car market today.  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  &mmt iWgch&.fiics knowo hotv io h���������i**dle it I  ALL JVOJRK GUARANTEED  PRESVSIER   GARAGE  m> aa e   ��������� ��������� a���������������������������1        ��������� aa_i a. vine a   I  I-fa_.m t_r!        ������-. 1 -91 r\J\W* _._._.  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  \  Jmileo SldBnff  Jf\. Baker of Cranbrook, who has been  a visitor with Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly,  bas returned home.  George Willis and Joe Miller got back  J  C1J 1   a3i.car~.Gjr ,  ��������� ->���������������...���������%.-..^. rn.fl..a.-.._i.A.->   .* .aa._l.a-.l-._.._|-.a-.a-.a-._.._>.a>..A.aai.������a..-l.-������.A.afc.aa,n->. A.A.aa la-.-K  Mrs- John E. Johnston wishes to  announce that she has opened a class in  pianoforte playing and theory; also  elocution. Pupils prepared for festivals  and examinations as* desired. Toronto  Conservatory aud Royal Academy,  England.   For particulars phone 38 F.  Rev. R. E. Cribb had large congregat-  _������.d   Crsston  *T 3-1       /^__.-,^_.  ~*  VUIiUCl,     V���������������.J-<_������  tunr ao  for the United Church harvest thanksgiving services at the three appointments. The edifices were specially  decorated, Trinity Church, Creston,  presenting a most attractive appearance.  Ob uic tritu  _..   .u���������     wereiv     nui  Alberta, where they have been for six  weeks helping with harvest and  threshing.  Jeffrey Collis returned on Thursday  last frem Corvallis, Oregon, where he  has been for the past few niont s.  Birth���������On October 8th, to Mr, and  Carlton S. Hester, a son.  Mrs. McDougall has returned to Yahk  after a visit with her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Kelly.  Mrs. Bourne, who has been a patient  at Creston Valley hospitaI"_or almost the  past sis weeks, has recovered sufficiently  from her accident to return home at the  end of the week.  The cement easing of the well is completed and a decided improvement is  noted in the school water supply. Men  are at work this week clearing off the  brush on the lower side of the school to  ' enlarge the playground?."  Transfer and Dray ins  How about that Transfer Work .  You want done Before Winter?  DO IT NOW!   PHONE 13 and 27.  WE  GUARANTEE _A_LL WORK.  Apple Hauling.    Sand or Gravel  Jewell and Newcastle Coal���������Lump or Egg size  Fir and Tamarac Wood  ^0 S^. E__B^^   B    mmr m v  T_f% All -f^BT" _H_  ���������a       g   ������_���������     4*\ B ^HT ^_������aaT 9        aa���������SB 9 ^a������  REG_WATSON  ALBERT DAVIES  _-~  'V't't,y,T'f'tii|'*'V' 9|,yT*������*yyy<'''>'T*^'T"������">'T*T'y"ff'T***<i''v*  ���������VI  ��������� -si  tr*  -     ��������� VrfM  ���������n.-m. ���������'^-a     ������-���������������  _-aJ_JJ_X������_r    -aOll--l  1-  hereby giVea Ot  The Creston Valley got a timely boost  in last week's issue of the Family Herald  and Weekly Star, a paper with a tremendous circulation all over Canada. The  article was by Miriam Green Eiiis, the  western Canada representative of that  paper, who was here in June gathering  the necessary material.  Missers Meldrum, Wade, Hobden.  Holmes and Learmonth of the school  teaching staff, assisted by Mrs. (Dr.)  Henderson, school board chairman, did  the honors gracefully and in very practical fashion on Friday afternoon when  the ne room at the public school was  thrown open for inspection and quite a  number of the parents were on hand to  give the new classroom   the   once  over.  COW'AND CALF ESTRAY  Came to my premises at Lewis Island  on or about October 1st, 1980, black  mooley cow and calf. Owner can have  same on proving property and paying  expenses.   IKE LEWIS, Sirdar.  thei ntention of the owners of Lot 774,  Group 1, Township 7, West Kootenay  District, to forthwith present a Petition  to the Lieutenant-Governor-in-Council  for the formation of the "Boundary  District" under the Dyking, Drainage  and Development Act.  G. J.-GARRETSON. Commissioner.  CHAS. KIRK3 Commissioner.  DUDLEY ROGERS, Commissioner.  Creston, B.C., October 14,1930.  .._.._.. i... ���������    -.--.. A.-.<w.,a-  ,a--r^1Ar-----,A.-iA.A,_.4l_i-._i.���������l-.lai_,-i-  The Consolidated Mining: &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd.  ���������- I.I.   I- __ I, *_!��������������������������� -  Office, Smelting and Refining Department  TRAIL, British Columbia  Smelters and Refiners  Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.  Producers of Qold. .Silver. Copper^ Pig^Lead and Zln������=  TADANAC BRAND  i  "VW>"^?'  ���������r^'g'^'yg'fg^'yg'fy'T'y  DOMINION ELECTIONS ACT.  Electoral District of West Kootenay  SUMMARY OF RETURN OF GaHD.Ba.E'S  EXPENSES  t_a_a_������Jaa������tj������_aaa-__a_a^a-aaaa*aaa-^  APPLES for XMAS.  in GREAT BRITAIN  We are again in position to deliver for yon a box of Okanagan  Apples to your relatives or friends for Christmas.   These  are specially selected and packed, shipped and maintained  in cold storage until  time for delivery.   Special advice  given to recipients.  Any place in Great Britain or Ireland  $5.00 per Box  (Extra Fancy Special Pack)  McINTOSHRED  -   JONATHAN  ~  DELICIOUS  All orders to bo in our office by Nov. 20th.  Names and addresses must be typed or plainly printed, and  orders accompanied hy remittance'at par Creaton*  We will deliver growers' own applos, properly packed, ai-dres-  Rerl and wired for shipment for $2.60 per box. These must  be delivered to our local not later than November last.  Associated Growers of B.C. Limithd  CRESTON,    B.C.  There is below set out, as required by  Section 79 <5> of the' above Act, a summary signed by the official agent of the  return of the election expenses made to  me by him on behaif of D. D. McLean,  one of the candidates at the recent election of a member to serve in the House  of Commons of Canada, which said return  is on file at my office and may, on payment of a f e of twenty cents, be there  inspected and extracts taken therefrom  at any reasonable time during the six  months next after the 28th day of September, being the day upon which the  said return was furnished to me.  Dated at Revelstoke, B.C , this 30th  day of September, 1080.  A. M. GRIMMETT,  Returning Officer for the Electoral  District of Kootenay West.  CMMMAOV  Election expenses of D, D. MoLEAN  No. of  ^ povnonn from  IlocolptH.        Amount. whom  rooolvofl.  Contributions, etc $8641.16       8  Promised unpaid contributions, etc,    Nil.  Total .$864,1.15      ~  Paymontn. Amount  Candidate's personal expen_ea....$ 600.00  Postage      61.24  TologrnmB nnd telephoned    121.81  Hire of premises .-   849.S0  Sorvtcea. ,    1325.15  TravftllinK oxponscB,    126 00  Goods supplied      46.46  Advertising  1020.09  $4041.16  DRLAYRD ADMITTED CLAIMS  Nono. *  DISPUTED CLAIMS  Nono,  Dated at Nolnon this 0th day of October,  1080.  A. ,T. DILL, Official Agent.  MANENT  PROTECTION  MADE from Gypsum  rock, Gyproc Wall-  boarcT does not burn.  Structurally strong, i_i-  expensive, easily and  quickly put up, Gyproc  Wallboard gives permanent fire protection to  the walls, ceilings and  partitions of your home.  Gyproc does not expand, contract, warp or  crack. You can tint, paper  or plaster it if you wish.  Your dealer's name is  listed below. Ask him for  complete details of this  pioneer Canadian fire-  safe Gypsum board or  writ*? for free __steresti__**  book, "Building and Remodelling with Gyproc."  GYPSUM, LIME AND  AK.ABASTINE, CANADA,  LIMITED  Vancouver - D.C.  %eNEW mmm  Pot Sale by  Chas* O. Rodgars* Creston,    B.C.  |R__B  ,_ Jfa_t^.^_^_U_Mi.l^..lfc.^t.a.-.Mt.^MHtftriA.IMffa_l_Hh_tH.I.)  , .1......  ������������Wraw;ffffi.'t.lsi'tl*������gWi  t'mv>'Mrf!"!t!mfm>i������anmB!  mmmmum  ���������WMi^inii^.i[.^^'f������w^.!...ii.i.ti_i.jwf^.^__.iwpM^ y..^^w.^.'a...i^5jHg^.M.)tyw������.y. 'yf-  THE  CBESTOW  BEVIEW  ir"  1930 Fall Fair  _ [Continued from Page 1  ' Vegetables '    >      _  Potatoes���������J. Cherrington, P. J. Kling-  ensmtth.   *  Crate tomatoes���������Sam Moon 1st at-d  2nd.-'        ^.v''-;Y: - ������������������> '-���������'  Turnips���������Percy Boffey, F. J. Klingensmith." ;���������  Carrots���������G. Nickel. Sam Moon.  Parsnips���������Sam Moon, C-.   Cartwright.  <_.'_.t___.-vrs7_i���������"������.     *.<���������a     _iuiuuui_iUu      __>_  a-nd 2nd.  Beets���������W, K. Brown, Sam Moon.  Corn���������A-Comforf-, Sam Moon.  Tomatoes���������Sara Moob.  Pumpkin���������T. M. Edmondson.  Squash���������W. SL Brown,. Mrs. :M������  Young. '  Cucumbers���������J. & G. Hulrrie,  T.   M.  a_���������niuIiuaOu. ��������� '���������  Onions���������T.M.Edmondson 1st and 2nd.  Musk melon���������P. J. Klingensmith Mrs.  F. Jackson. _   ���������  Carrots, white���������Percy Boffey, F. J.  Klingensmith. *" ���������'  Marigolds���������Percy Boffey, TY M. Edmondson.  Hl!������B9gHr������a8IMJg������B8.3!86fla������B.aaqB������SR������a"a-  /  V      1 at  Mens  'Headcraft'  Caps  The new fall range  has arrived. Call  in and look them  over. They feature all the newest  patterns and styles  Y. MAWSON   !  ORESTON I  .    a  B Q  I ������������������������������������.��������� ���������������������������_������������������ *m********m* ���������-_������������������'��������� ******** *m  Full  line of  POWDER  at  $1.00  Sugar beets���������F. J. Klingensmith,  Percy Boffey.  Marrow���������Sam Moon lsf; and 2nd.  Cabbage, red, J. & G. Hulme, T. M.  Ednjondson."'  Winter cabbage���������Percy Boffey, T. M.  Edmondson.  Collection ���������. five plates vegetables���������  Maron Moon, Margaret Miller.  Flowers  Fern���������Mrs.    Hayes,    Mrs.     F.    C  Rodgers.  Geranium in bloom���������Mrs. Pridham,  Mrs.. Hulme.  Begonia in bloom���������Mrs. T. Dickson,  Mrs. G. Cartwright.  Roses���������Betty Speers, Mrs. Moon.  . Ornamental   plant���������Mrs.     McLaren,  Mrs. F. C. Rodgers.  Dahlias���������Mrs. Telford, Betty   Speers.  Sweet peas���������Mrs. Moon, Mrs. Hulme.  Asters���������Mrs. Edmondson, Mrs. Hayes.  Boquet���������Mrs* _?". O* Rodgers, Mrs.  Mallandaine.  Pansies���������Betty Speers, Mrs. M.Young.  Snapdragon���������Mrs. C= Moore, P.Boffey.  Gladioli���������Mrs. Telford, Mrs. Young.  Petunia���������Mrs. G, Cartwright.  Nasturtium���������Betty Speers, Mrs. Telford.  Cut flowers���������Mrs. G. Cartwright, Mrs.  Maxwell.  Needlework  Luncheon set���������Mrs. Edmondson, Mrs.  Joyce. ^  Handwork dedspread���������Mrs. Hackett,  ������__ T I- ���������wra-.j���������  -M.I__ _ ���������__!_    TY_U__.  Crochet, collection���������Mrs. Edmondson,  Mrs. Humble.  Buffet set in colors���������Mrs.A-L.Cameron  Buffet set, white���������Miss White, Miss  Clara Morrow.  Table runner���������Miss Joyce Moore, 1st  and 2nd.  Dresser scarf, white���������Mrs. Joyce, Mrs.  Humble.  Pillow cases, crochet trim���������Miss Tillie  Abetskov, Mrs. A. L. Cameron.  Pillow cases, embroidered���������Mrs. Geo.  Cartwright, Mrs.,Joyce.  Towel, crochet trim���������Mrs. Cameron,  Mrs. Humble.  Centrepiece, white���������Mrs. Hayes, Miss  White.  Centrepiece colors���������Mrs.? Cameron,  Miss Joyce Moore.  " Sofa cushion���������Mrs. Cartwright, Mrs.  Cameron.  Handmade nightgown���������Mrs. Nathorst,  Mrs. Edmondson.     ��������� .  Smart cotton dress���������Miss Hills, Mrs.  M. Young, -..������> '  ; Card table   cover���������Mrs. Joyce, Mr������.  *******J\*+mt.m ���������*: .  Tea cloth���������Mrs. Abetskov, Mrs. Joyce.  Man. shirt���������Mrs. .Cartwright, Mrs.  Dalbom.  Mitts���������Mrs. Cartwright, Mrs.Hackett.  Men's gloves���������Mrs. Cartwright.   Mrs.  R. Stevens.  ft...Collection fancywork���������Miss Hiiis.  Work dress���������Mrs. Young, Mrs. Joyce.  Child's dress���������-Mrs, Joyce* Mrs. R.  Thurston. _  Baby _*>t���������Mrs. Maxwell.  Socks���������Mrs. Cameron, Mrs. Maxwell.  Cotton quilt���������Mrs. Hackett, Mrs.  Dalbom. -  Rug, braided���������Mrs. J. E. Hayden.  Hooked rug���������Mrs. Hackett, 1st and  2nd.  Child's rompers-���������Mrs. Young.  Collection amateur photos���������Miss  Joyce Moore, Mrs. C, Moore.  Girl's Work  Girl's work apron���������Fay Tompkins,  Margaret Miller.  Fancy towel���������Margaret Miiler, Fay  Tompkins.  Library scarf and cushion���������Fay  Tompkins, V. Davis.  Reed and raffia wark, girl���������Hughena'  McCreath, Ruth Hare.  Reed and raffia work, boys���������Bert  Morrow, Hughena McCreath.  Pine needle work���������Miss Violet  Morrow.  Ginger bread���������Mrs. Telford, Mrs.  Jane Ross.    Y*f; _.' Y."    ' ���������' '' y .    ,/j_:u..  Lemon pie���������Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. Telford.  Johnny cake-^Mrs. Mbllandainer Mrs.  Davidge.    r  Iced layerjCake^ Magic���������-Mrs. Pridham,  Mrs.' Mallsiidain-I ������������������'*',  Cream pugfe-^Mrs. Nickel.  Currant cafce-^Mrs. Young.  Shortbread, Scotch���������Betty Speers,  j Mrs-'FV' Jaeksbn-  Bran muffins���������Mrs. ^Nickel, Mrs.  Jackson.   ��������� ':;';..   "��������� Y  Tarts���������Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Young.  Collection cookies���������Mrs. Cartwright.  Mrs. Nickel. -  Collections* 12, articles cooking���������  Women's Institute, Mrs. Putmau.  Canned Goods  Jam���������Mrs. Telford, Mrs. Nathorst.  Pickles���������Mrs. Young.  Jelly-���������Mrs. Maxwell,  Mrs. McLaren.  Collection canned   goods���������Mrs.   Me*  Laren, Mra. Cartwright. ;  Ketchup���������Mrs. McLaren. r  "k-*5#-XrT*_������ VWtir1a<Alt/3-__-'i.jf������M<a \/T������aW**-/\ll T_ Caa������  _-T .W_>.>.i3j   UiUOtiMtU A������XIO.    aiTJLOiA.lW<CJ������       AY-LM-3-  Caitwrignt.  Psckles, clear���������Mrs. Young, 2nd.  Pickles mixed���������Mrs. Cartwright, Mrs.  A. L, Cameron.  Pickled onions���������Mrs. McLaren, Mrs.  Young.  Marmalade���������Mrs. Young.  MarmaladeB   any    other   kind���������Mrs-  Morrow, Mrs. Young.  Marmalade? assorted���������Mrs. Hayes,  Mrs. Morrow.  Strawberries���������Mrs. Maxwell.  Pears���������Mrs Pridham, Mrs.  McLaren.  Peaches���������Mrs. Young, Mrs. Hayes.  Cherries���������Mrs. Young.- Mrs, Davidge,  Raspberries���������Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs. R.  Stevens.  Beans���������Mrs. McLaren.  Corn���������Mrs. Cartwright.  Collection canned meats���������Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs. Stevens.  Crystallized fruits���������Mrs. Young Mrp,  Morrow.  ii.T���������.iitfr>.fr.A-.atf-^ri-^-^-f*h-A-A-A-A-iA,-A-A-A~ -_.���������_���������_.----- J-,    J-. ^A~^-/4K.~Jm^m)k^-a%^^^^~^-^A~^u^m\^m*\**^m,  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb ���������*> Veal  Phone your .order and receive our best service.  TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLEN DALE CREAMERY BUTTER      ������  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  \  i  1  siiDMQ o Pfll/EPfiMY Ifri  m*mw***Mm*^4mmm  ���������o'rf'rf'ryvffT'yrr  ���������WWWV'V  *>'*>   *>   <*  "T'ffT'f'V  >_���������_________B___n-_OB_soooa-Boasa������j  Tnisfiifiiif-f  inubfigraiii  ��������� = ������_, 111   I ft I"!  nnili fihn  a b  Fra. cis  .Phyllis  each.  Greston Drug & Bookstore  WHa-'ll IIII_W������II-II>I-.I ��������������������������� -II lalMWWilH ���������-��������� lllWW������������������������������������*----a-l-B������-H HllllWI������������������������������-  We invite yon to inspect our  new stock of  a>  lCT-_^Bf--_B-ggg        a-*a_*  mmmmBmv^ *mW       ^W_P^ ^*w*WF m*%\*W^      ^ESjj^^ tSm mm Ciipr m������3* ^gL mlF  which havo just arrived !  Newest Shapes.  Nice asso'r^nent.pf sizes.  Prices are ri  j,   ' ��������� _ ...��������� \'  _____������������������ .������__-__���������._*_���������  ������mjMMMm%^St*mm ___U__. _I_M__l ___T_-V__M  4���������r_ai flf"     *BmT*W JmJBf    a_f_g������������������[_g__j���������l _i aM_a  Shoe and   Harncaa   Repairing  Ghildren9s Section  Writing���������Doris    Beninger,  Bourdon.  Composition���������Ruth    Davis,  Lowther.  Collection plants���������Francis Bourdon.  Map of America���������Edith Walkey, Iona  Hills.  Drawing���������Edith Walkey, Iona Hills.'  Health poster���������Mary Ross, Eva Phillips, Charlie Freuch:  Drawing ' of bird���������Phyllis rLowther,  Ruth Davis. -      .:������������������_-..  Penmanship���������Margaret Torchia, Rach-  Collection mounted weeds���������Lloyd McLaren, Harold McLaren.  Economic map of; Canada���������Daisy Trevelyan, Harold McLaren, Olive Conatty.  Drawing, design���������Bill CherhoftV Eleanor Spratt, Margaret Torchia.  Essay���������Margaret Miller, Nellie Payne,  Irene Bourdon.  Cookies: Girls���������Hughena Me-Creath,  Theo Tompkins  Cookies, boys���������Harold McLaren.  Cookies, collection���������Theo Tompkins,  Harold McLaren, Margaret Miller.  School exhibit���������Erickson, Creston.  Ws Stave a Truck suitable for every Job  0*^m^*mamm**amw^^.^~m***aam^****mmmmaamaBa^mmammma***m^*m*m^***mm^mam*a*m*am.m**aa***^^  \ .mt  General Cartage, Contract Hauling, Machinery, Wood Supplies, Grayel, Building  Material.  FRUIT HAULING a Specialty  Reasonable charges.    Competent drivers,  We finish our work on time.  ���������>8������ioGREATH  s  i  .: Sole agent for GALT COAL.  |3a.Ba-__-ja_������9a-_-'a_---n_--a_a_._-ii ������������������a _*__������������������ ���������-_���������������������������- timyiB*:* mama* ****************  Mrs.   G.   Cnrt-  Cart-  E  Cooking  Bread, Purity  flour  wrlght.  Biscuits,   Purity   flouj*���������Mrs.  wrlght.  Bread, Five Roses flour���������Mrs. J.  Hoyden, Mrs. G. Nickel.  Bread, Our Best flour���������E. A. Penson.  Broad,  ��������� Maplo    Leaf     flour���������Mrs.  McLaren.  Biscuits, Blue Ribbon���������Mrs. F. Jackson Mrs. Telford, Mra. Nickel.  Angel cake���������Mra.   Telford.   Mrs.   M.  Young.  Devil  food  coko���������Mrs.  E.  Johnton,  Mrs. Tolford.  Oatm.ul cookies���������Mrs. Morrow,   Mre.  Prldhavp.  Ginger  snaps--Mrs.   Thurston, Mrs.  Tolford,  Fruit   coko���������Mra.   Cartwright,   Mr���������.  Nickel  Apple   plo���������Mrpi.   Cartwright,    Mrs.  Mallnndaino.  Homemndo candy���������Mm Pridham.  Layer cako iced���������Mrs. Pridham, Mrs  Telford,  Doughnuts���������Mra. Nickel, Mrs. Cartwright.  TNvq, Meals Day, Plenty  Water, Helps Stomacli  "Since I drink plenty water,. eat 2  good meals a day and take Adlerika now  and then, I've had no trouble with my  stomach.'"���������C.   DeForost.  Unlike other medicine, Adlerike acts  on BOTH upper and lower bowel, removing poisonous waste which causes  gas and other stomach trouble. Just  ONE spoonful relieves gas, sour stomach  and sick headache. Let Adlerika give  your stomach and. bowels a REAL  denning and' see how good you feel!  Creston Drug & Book Store,  Christ Church, Creston  SUNDAY, oor. w  CRESTON���������11.00  a.nj..   Matins   and  Holy Commpnlon.  WYNNDEL���������8.00 p.m., Evensong.  SIRDAR���������7.80 p.m., Evensong.  TEMPERS FOB OLD SCHOffiL BtMLM  TendorB for tho purchase and romovnl  of the old Wynndel schoolhouso front  school, grounds will be received by the  undersigned up to tho 20, th day of  Octobor, 19310. Highest or any tendor  not tiecoBsarily accepted. J.G.ABBOTT,  Secretary School Board, Wynndel, B.C.  ^^ff*������gJEt\������������p.  #_vC_?N_#iTW<_iS  ENGINEER  SURVEYOR  AftOHirmOT  CRESTON,  B. O.  I"  a      B*_ o    mJ r^S.'^J' b\5US,^Jt Bt_  REAL ESTATE  IjititlnB-n nrtllolttxl,  CRESTON.    B.C.  I  I  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. 450  TOE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve F__a~_ $20���������000.000  Creaton. Branch.  R. J. Forbes, Manager  In the <  OIO  SKBQAL TRAINS  to ship's tide at West Saint John  Departs WiNNIPEG 10*00 a.m.  Dec. 2 -   l>oeI-u������efY<wrk    .   -   Sailing D_���������. 5  ������    9 _ "     ������ Rid������wnJ *      -       ������   12  "  13 -        M  '  " AilMtll  -   -      ������       ���������*   M  for G!ug_t:r������ Ik-tfuit, Eiwttitp������_l  Dae. 10   *   MonSdaso -   -   -   -   Sailliiig Dwc IS  for ClacHb_-ff, Soull-uniptatt.  ||-M-IMaa1MM������aaMMa-_|a-aa1_IM_l������Mla������_l_i_i_IHa.M|  M Thcouah HlMplmk Ctara i-om W������tern rolnl-g  I Connecttaa wltb Special Ttwlm at WtnnH)**\ ���������  -���������-���������H-_H_MH_HHni__WilUH_MH-Uti->  Make rutearv&ijot, marly with tho Ticket Agent  W. B. MARTIN, Greston. T. W. OUNDY, Erickson  C__H "flift _S| flW m gl 19%   jBpigfl^'ll Wm4t*  m^m* ^J\t.w*\. fmj^M* wjgKk __^|. HOH,. iffffTitBl      **mm     fiBi ^K^ mSm JHL (^M^^p  I  mmmmnmmmnmmmm^^m*^mmm*m*^gHmmmmm^  aaaaUaa_HBSpB-_-Kw59Rn'������i  ^m^ mmmmmm ������  ������m|  fix   WI) W'Jjiffi!1-  E\3 jeSm. Simu mlMjS**m  DURING  l.U-__JH-i|  .IJtKW W.  en  ^������(Ww������w4*������^^  Sj^������!������B������������^iH(������l������W^^  ������ii(*^MwW^>������Mto������������*������^^ OTR   T.EVTFIW.    OT?TCSTOH,    BO.  TS-r  WHY FAT MEH  ^ a ai w  09-15  ���������-ai i  an.?,  " The trouble ���������with mc, and I guess  this applies lo 99 out of every 100 men  ���������who are putting on weight, I didn't  have the energy or "pep" to keep it off;  Ix>st aii interest in any healthy activity  and just lazed around su-cumuiating  tlie old pounds, nntil I got that  "��������� I _.uscheii-. feeling."  Start taking Kruschen. Suits���������that's '  the common-sense way to reduce���������-but  don't   take  then,  with  the  ide^thafc  they    possess    reducing    qualities    in  '_hci..s4-lve&.  This is -what they <Io���������they clean out  the impurities in your blood by keeping  the bowels, kidneys and liver in splendid working shape, and fill you with  vigor  and tireless energy.  As a result, instead of pnmiing  yourself 5n an easy chair every "free  moment and letting flabby fat accumulate, you feel an urge for activity that  keeps you moving around doing the  things you've always wanted to do and  needed to do to "keep you in good  condition.  Kruschen Salts are the up-to-date  Fountain of Youth. Take one-half  teaspoon in a glass t i' hot "water  to-morrow morning and every morning  ��������� be careful of the foods you eat - take  regular moderate exercise���������then watcl-  the pounds slide off.  SS ELECTED PRESIDENT  Perfect dtveind  aflaf ^Ja-a"  .   so ������casiav doat������!  DIAMOND  DYES   contain  the  highest quality anilines money can  buy!     That's;��������� why they, give such  true, hraghtj "aij6w colors to dresses/  drapes, lingerie.  The  s-iiiines in  Diamond  Dyes  make them so easy to  use. - No  ..spotting* or... Streaking.   Just, clear,,  even colony that hoid through, wear  and washiihgY  Diamond Dyes never give things  that rcdyed look. They are just  16c at all drug stores. When perfect dyeing ������osts no more���������is so  easy���������why experiment with makeshifts?  Walter Ash held. Editor Of the Oren-  ieil Sun  wukld HArn_.in__  BRIEFLY TOLD  i ������/eek!y NsT&r_p������_per Publishers Meet  | Fourteenth    Annual   Convention   Of  I Canadian   Weekly   Newspaper  j Assoehttton, Sask..tc3i������\v������n  ��������� Division.  D  Mmon  SUN5MY SCHOOL LESSON  KJK; X V>Jt->-_-*.CV    XV  m  **_T*T_aT   i  nn _r _r-__ri    s: t_T  sight' of the e1jiib in ''  ,   :.heart '���������.'-"���������',."'���������/'..  .  Golden Text: "Blessed .are the pure  in-.heart;, for they shall see God." ���������  Matthew 5.8. ' '.;C"YYvY/Y ; ���������>  ���������"   Lesson: Luke 2.25-39.  ''yYv;V'Y' Y  .YDevotiohal���������'Reading:: Psaltti; 84; 1-7.  Explanations and Comments  Nunc -DImlttlBi' 2.25-82. -Y: At' tho  time of the birth, of Jesus there was  living in Jerusalem a righteous and  devout (the Greek word means' literally "God-fearing") man named  Simeon, who was looking for the coming   of   "the   consolation   of Israel,"  __.^������_.de of,pure materials in modern. ____l.t'factories'.'..  ���������'��������� \No'e^?e-nise..Bp^ji^*b������,have:''i-  clcan, wholtisome and. full flavored.;  ' *'-""'"���������' "'r' "-���������''"   '""' '"ym*  _-.t_.  ' 3- ���������������������������_-_--T���������^_������������������ 3  ��������� ���������.'Jl  ������a>������Bf_-l'���������__��������� I������va.a*_  __ v.'ar���������^j^^^*^��������� CT  ti.n ������__>*__������ .A*. ���������*_������__r    A. .   .  " good as when it leaves the factory,  Wxugi,TjY'& is bound to he the best  that men.; and' madhiti*?- anil money  cass. ssssifc-e  The del-cxou. ^epperniii-Lt  flavorf reshens the moutl  and:  for the promised Messiah.      "It    is  striking: to observe how the descrip-  ������������_._._������_.*. _%. ._at_s._. *������*. Kg% %&_���������������������    ti������n of Simeon's character expresses  ig hcst, %Xua iitjf tor W Ymm������9    th c ai m of the whole Old Testament  All that  was meant by. .  tion held at the Saskatchewan Hotel.  ' Regina, the Canadian Weekly News-  j paper   Association   <Sask.   Division).  \ elected Walter Ashfield, Editor of the I ing' on the New South Wales Govern-  Ale-x.    Chisholm,    prospector    and ��������� Grenfell Sun. as president for the en- I meat the extra cost due to rises in  -���������_-_,    .........  trail of '98," is dead  at Smithers, B.C., at the ag-e of 70. i_. .G.  Sheldrake  of   North   Battle-  Wireless telegraph service has boon ; ford, the retiring president, was chos-  estabhshed between Buenos Aires anO ; en   as  honorary president;   A.  King,  Chilean cities and with Spain. ; Rouleau, . vice-president;    S.   J.   Dor-  . The 5100,000.000 Canadian govern- ' nan'     Alameda,    secretary-treasurer;  ment "bond issue floated in  the  New i while  the  following  were  elected  to  York market October 7. was heavily \ tlje executive: S. N. Wynn, Yorkton;  over-subscribed. E-   p-   Hodgins,   Vanguard;   J.  J.  Zu-  Assemblv of tlie League of Nation*! bick- Kerrobert; J. Scott, Whitewood;  stood  in .silence  several moments  on   H- Benyman. Blaine Lake.  A Huge Undertaking  ..midlug Of Sydney Bridge In Australia Requires. Much Skill  The central arch of Sydney Bridge  in Australia has been closed and it is  expected that IS months will elapse  before the "bridge is open for traffic.  Construction by the British firm of  Dorm an, Long & Co., it is the largest  o���������t*-l- bric!0*^ in the wo**'r' rX_>** c"*n-  tract price was ������-1,217,721, but the  total cost will probably. exceed ������63-  000,0-00. There were nrovisions throw-  the occasion of the first anniversary  of the death of Gustav Streseniann.  Gorman post-war foreign minister-  Several instructive addresses were  given during the sessions. Mr. T. A.  Mclnnis, of the Bureaii of Publications,  gave  an  interesting  talk,   and  siib-  The     eleventh     assembly    o������     tne . ., _   _,   __ , _ ..  _ ^   .. .. .  ���������   ,     ,   ; Hon. J. F. Bryant spoke on ih  League oi Nations adjourned Oct. -a. , ^^ ^ ,   -r. r^%.  .. to ,-. .T      r-       __.       ! 3^ct of Saskatchewan's Resources. Tbe  after  wrestling   earnestly   for   three  and a half weeks with pressing world  problems.  Reports published abroad that  trouble had arisen aboard the British  battle cruiser ".Revenge," anchored  in Oolfe Juan harbor,  Nice,  France,  members of the association were the  guests of the Saskatchewan Govern-  ; ment at a banquet on Thursday evening,   Oct.  2. Following the banquet  an informal dance, sponsored by the  Toronto     Type     Foundry  Co.;     was  greatly enjoyed.  At noon on Friday,  | wages, which have been large.  In planning the bridge it had to be  considered that more than half the"  total traffic of Sydney, the chief port  in Australasia, had to pass under it.  The bridge had to give headroom and  clearance to big ocean liners. The central a.rch 3s a single span of 1,650  feet, and there* is a clean, headroom  for shipping of 170 feet at low water.  The top of the arch is 440 feet a,bove  the water, exactly the same height as  the highest point on Hampstead  Heath, and_ 75 feet higher than St.  Paul's Cathedral. With its approaches the bridge is 3,770 feet long. The  total width of tlie deck of the bridge  is 160 feet. It carries four lines of  electric railway, in addition to a 57,-  foot roadway and two footways.  There are 37,000 tons-of steel in the  arch construction and 13,000 tons in  the approaches or a total of 50,000.  were denied by authoritative sources. {0ct z the members were tendered a  A number of delegates attending j luncheon by the Saskatchewan Wheat  the Canadian Arttomobile Association '��������� Pool, and on Friday evening the  convention at Vancouver endorsed I Weekly Newspaper Association ban-  thc proposed highway througli Bri- j quet was held at which the newly-  tish Columbia to Alaska, in address-   elected president presided. It was de-  revelation*  I ������--L, ���������   __.. ���������_-������:���������_.   1 __ _. i ������������������__   -   v������c  jj-__ct.������a������j$;   j������j.ug   ocuca  ojl luauuca-  tations through all those years was  accomplished in the man. For hearken  how he is described���������'just and devout,'  that is the perfection of moral character, stated in the terms of the Old  Testament; 'waiting for tlie Consolation of Israel,' that is the ideal attitude which the wThple of the gradual manifestation of God's increasing purpose ��������� running- through the  ages was intended to make the attitude of every true Israelite���������an expectant, eager look forwards, and, in  the present, the discharge b������ all duties to God and man. 'And the Holy  Ghost was upon him,' that, too, in a  measure, was the ultimate aim of the  whole revelation of Israel. .So  this man stands as a bright, con;  summate flower which had at last ef-  flr������v*=>cir>o*rl    -fVryrv--    +V������.r_    v*r\tr*i-a*     *nr������r\     _yi ���������>"!._<_���������  ."-_-_���������_���������   ������_-.-_ l_*^-fc������ _L_.   *_*������,_.-, VU.-_- _.   W<V*_/ f       .     Mtl-aVV*.       .   a**-.    *    -___i  own person, an embodiment of the  very results which God had patiently  sought through milleniums of providential dealing and inspiration." ���������  Alexander Maclaren.  The Holy. Spirit had revealed to  Simeon that before he died he should  see the Lord's Anointed. "Some inward monition, which he recognized  to be of God, sent him to the temple  in the expectation that at last he was  to see the Lord's Christ." When the  parents brought in the child Jesus,  Simeon took the Babe* in his arms  and blessed God and spolse the beautiful words which have received the  -name of "Nunc Dimittis, the first two  words of the sentence in Latin.  Simeon's Words To Mary, verses  33-35.���������Simeon blessed Joseph a.nd  Mary (Joseph fulfilled here the part  of a father), who stood there marvelling at his words, and to Mary he  said, "Behold this Child is set for the  falling and the rising of , many in  Israel"; some .will . reject Him " and  --fail," 'while some will accept I-Iin-  and "rise1" to a high spiritual life.  E|ClbYE_> BY  MlIXipNS  jak_;-..���������j__j_":. _>____  \g^&s*-~  A'RT-EK:  t__i L'"gg������fl  EVERV ��������� MEAL  Habys Colds  . vsF.*5CKQO  ..-.U...1. "__*������..._._?  VKlMIiniL     aUa.nala'a.B  .--_.._._* ^  Applied externally, Vicks relieves  withoutup������ett_ng  delicate stomachs  VAPORUB  fi3^Y!_^-I}2C2QJE������^U_r>T;H t_^^  Had I. ever Seen Ocean  To have lived within 210 miles of  the Atlantic Ocean for a lifetime  without seeing at is an experience  that comes to few in these days off  automobiles. Yet fifteen of the seventeen Vermont clergymen who attended the New Kngland rural church  workers' conference near Old Orchard, Me., had never seen the sea.  es made at the annual banquet.  The Loudon Times editorially said  that Russian dumping of 'grain on j  Kuropean markets was "clearly due j  first and foremost to desperate need  of the Soviet Government for credits  to finance their five-year industrialization plan."  Tho Department   of National   Defence   announces   that   Major   T>.   R.  cided to hold the 1931 convention at  Regina.  Expansion Of Dye Industry  Has  Discovery   Of   Synthetic   J-ycs  Been    Wonderful     Help  In the dyestuffs industry there waa  what may be called the Woad epoch  Persian Balm ��������� the delight of  dainty femininity. Imparts a fragrant  charm to the complexion. Tones up  the skin and makes it velvety-soft in  texture. -Cooling, refreshing, it is  delightful to use. Never- leaves a vestige of stickiness. Invaluable for  hands, face, and as a hair fixative.  Wonderfully soothing and protective.  Especially recommended in cases of  roughness or chafing caused  weather conditions.  by  Catering To Visitors  Windermere,  England,  Bans  Sunday  ,  Civic Sports To Boost Scenery    -  To boost its scenery and also" give  Sargent  has   been  promoted   to   the S of cl^crJ which lasted until little more   city   employees   a   holiday,   Winder-  rank  of    lieutcnant-coLonel  and     to ! than ^ialf a century ago. The_ colors j mere, England, has decided  that all  municipal tennis courts, putting  greens and golf courses be closed  on Sunday. Those in favor of sports  on Sunday afternoons said tlxat  records showed that the clergymen  and residents of. Windermere used  to watch football being played after  church on Sunday, but the city  council decided that visitors should  go to Windermere for scenery and  solitude.  command the 2nd Battalion, the illsed in textiles and many other in-  Scottish Regiment.    The    regimental! dv>stries were natural products com-  hcadquurters are ot Nmmimo, B.C.       '. in������ from Pla3lts or animals or min-   ,  '] erals.     Tt is an old story with a mod-  Thai Oil or Powor. ���������- It is not ��������� c,1'n lessc>n that the scientific curiosity  claimed for Dr. Thomas' Eclect-ic j of Perkins, an Englishman, led to tho  Oil that it will remedy every ill, but j building up, from the waste products  Its uses are so various that it may of th<2 aiatmatlon oC coat, of artificial  be looked upon   as   a   general   pain   n ,   .,,,     _. ,.      '       .  killer. It has achieved that greatness I ^^ movG hvdliant than Tyrian pur-  for itself and its excellence-is Known jplo. more lasting than saffron and into all who have tested its virtues and  learned hy oxperiouco.  Daily Air Service  A daily air service between Leth-]  bridge, Calgary . ancl Edmonton,  Alberta, a distance of 320 miles, has j  recently been inaugurated. This new I  service connects with I lie air mail ,  service from OiTgary to Winnipeg.     '  Against Grippe  Having a bottle ofMinnrd'H  handy at the right time will  often sftvo a doctor's fee. For  coldH, Bore throat, bronchitis.  ; digo, ancl without limit in their  I shades and tones. The discovery of  ! pure research, led, although not in  j this country, to the founding of an  Indimtry Invaluable to world not only  t for its primary output but also from.  : the circumstances that   it   has    ro-  quli'cd, created, and supported an  ; army of researoh chemists, Tho la-  | bora of thesoj-xnon enabled Germany  1 not,only to.secure almost .a monopoly  of the production of dyeatuffs, but  '��������� also to talco tha loatl in tho discovery  i and marketing: ������f synthetic ������������������ drugs,  ; and, in the hour of' ��������� hor need, to  j thwart the ondenvorw of tho Alii oh to  j deprive her of munitions of war, ���������  The London Tirooa.  Athletes  merit.  reooMiimencl   Mlnard'H   JAnir  Pjl "l"* tp mm ��������������������������������� igjjr  a*)**X o n__ B ������5 B -"uu*  a.   r.ldJ.   Of    " Wrti.t������������H   invnntLnn*"    ������n������  (���������'nil   liirnrrnminn  H������-(   Vr**  nn   tr*wt**t.,  W* RAMSAY Co. W   WflKV*.  w.   n.   u.   inr������i������  Mjishatehcwan "Wheat Pool  Nomination jinpora for tlio annual  election of SnsUntchewnn Wheat Pool  delegates aro being mailed out from  tho 1-lead omqo at Regina. Nominations will bo accepted up to 0 p.m. on  Tuesday, Noveimber 4. An noon n������  ),)on/iiblu aftor the cloHlng' of nomina-  IIiuih, hriHota will bo mailed out to all  WhcMit Pool oontrnet-HiKnorn In tho  HiilxhHiriul... whern two oi.' ������n<tt'������ can-  dldutcH have boon nominated, Tlio  cloning Onto off the election hiui boon  fir.1  for Tt.AFK.tt.y, T>ocemb������r 55.  Immigration Itettinis  During tho first four months of the  current fl(3enl.yep.r^ 5^,9,73 Jmnilgfrnnts  wero admitted to Canada .as compared with P4,21(t for the similar period of lf)29. Thono ��������� from tho British  islnH ntimbfired 1.0,3t7 and from tho  United Btatea, 12,070, while 11,101)  cMWio from Nortliorn.-I-urope. ..  Good Recipes  ���������    ���������     ,  Smoothness "Of   Texture  In   SecipeS  That Call For Milk and Sugar  E>o you ever have difficulty in getting a    smoothness    of    texture    in  recipes that call"for milk and sugar?  Good recipes obtain wonderful flavor  and consistency  through the use  of  Eagle Brand    Sweetened   Condensed  Milk.    The milk and sugar are thoroughly combined  (almost pre-cooked  you might say)   so that results  arc  obtainable that could not be expect-'  ed if you mixed the sugar and milk  y our self.    Having- the milk and sugar  already blended is a great advantage.  Aside from   saving "sugar-^and    the  trouble of mixing���������there ia, the certainty of a finer flavor to the dish.  The condensed milk combines quickly  and easily with all other ingredients  ���������binds them closer together ���������- and  gives the recipe a smoother texture.  Another advantage of condensed milk  is its  convenience.       Ono,can keep,  several cans on hand as it keeps perfectly, so there is no such thing as  running short, but rather a certainty  of piiro, fresh milk whenever it is required.  Ah a vermifuge an effoctive preparation is Mother Graved' Worm Kx-  terminator, and it can bo given to tho  most delicate child without foot* of  injury to tho constitution,  * .-,_ .   ��������� :_f* Y������_ J _f  &U1  _^ "^-i  BHANB  TUe Border* Co., Limited  140 St. P*ul W��������� Morxtreal  Please send me free hoo\lets  HAMB.  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������-���������_-������t*4������������ft������*a>������������<  Jl  aUSOaUSSS.  i 503  ���������������������.  JSOUCRO).  ���������*__*���������>.���������  ..ittLTan  Ui'ttl   ���������  ^.j-j. at,  ^���������tt_M__L'  MATHIEU'S1  MllUP  kof Ta p i CckI liver a  Exi-recf  STORseoyGHs  Ta'!.i#:'";6:)rii,0!:':;':'  ^fT<_-:Nl<5HT;  ;'1_������aike_'l_~':  W$m  t3t_JOUSNIS5S  SUJIGGISUN BIBS  . MurvollouR Yield Of Oii1h  Alert to tho possibilities of "Mar-'  vollous" oats, William White, farmer  oi" tho, Alert'...dJHtrict, Houtheusl. of  Blggnr, Basic," has reaped a mar vol-  Ioub yield. .From an experiment  plot of four and a third norefj, ha  threshed 12J. bushels to the acre. Tha  oats weighed 42 poundB to the bushel. The land was hew breaking; on  an old pasture \ flold. Neighbors  thret-ilied. tlio grain, nioatiureiL tlie  plot niid verified tho ylolil.  Flaky Pie Crust  The secret of making Rootle pie cruat  ib : "Use Purity, Flour���������and keep the  itoiiKli dry!"   Try'tins recipe���������for 2  H flhclla': '    '  ���������  ,���������3, cups furity I'lour' 1 cup l_til t v  . Yi leanpoon, null ,, . 1 cm,) cot4 water,  METHODS ilH "tlio floiiV rip������l trait, cuKliiRr  iu half tho'i>hoi't������nin������r nkit-U the ir.txturA it.  like One meal. ������. ddually addluK ������xacb <ju������h-  xtity of water put not a tlvop more. 0bb leg*  water. If you can, n���������d the pie crunt will b������  ftveri -lakler.  Turn   out. on   bonrd   vwy', '  lifflitly Bprliilclotl with������������������Piiiii.y  Floinv roll nliout ;.*i'lncii  thick. SpMft'tl- Imla'nw", -������>l.''  nhoitcnWff oVorLdoiiali,:; fold  oVer , thrco . thuos andy roll  UKnln -\<> :re������mlraifc thlolcti  Piikein liot ov������a '.C4S00..  Plenty' O. Whoa*  Goorrro Kabol, ������7-yoar������-old IJIinoia  faririo-, cfitimates that ho has threshed enough wheat during the past 00  yearn to rauko 118,820,000 loavoa oi!  breath HIfi averapfo haw boon 80,000  biifiholH a year,  MiuArd'M lilHlnii^nt For ClieN,: Ooiigru,-'  tion.  .:.'"'' ������������������ 'Gwk&Mk.  Wo-toV������;i'|Ca������iida,,'i  Flour  IVtilli* Co,'.'..  T^lmUetl, Toronto  Winnipeg, Cnl_aiy. THE    KEVTEW.    CTCKSTON".    B.    a  ."V  _/  B minimal.@}j������������-������,_���������_*- _F-_������'  PHILLIPS:  WHAT most people call indigestion Is usually excess acid in the  stomach. Food has soured. The  instant remedy is an alkali -which  neutralizes acids. But don't use  crude helps. Use what your doctor  would advise,  The best help is Phillips' Milk  of Magnesia. For the 50 years  slacs its Invention, it has remained  standard with physicians. You will  find nothing else so quick in its  effect, so harmless, so efficient.  One tasteless spoonful in water  neutralizes many times its volume  ;5������* Troubled  'MftJGsSTiON  *%���������_ STOMACH  ..HEARTBURN  g^������ NAUSEA  in acid. The  _, -?������_.   ��������� ___  AcaunS       tti_  immediate with no harmful aftereffects.  Once you learn this perfect way  you'll   never  deal   in   any   other  ������-**-*-*-aft-*        __������__��������� T_ 41* St Y-^>_-jr1rf-������__._--- 0-4****t>  ������*_-���������������*������ ���������*<***      tt-via     %-&&%*-    _i������_aua*.u&ci9    j_.cu>|  bloating, nausea, dizziness, indigestion, biliousness, etc., due  to an over-acid stomach and bowels.  Be sure to get genuine Phillips*. -  It is always a liquid; never made in  tablet form. Look for the name  Phillips* on the bottle.  All drug-]  stores���������50c. *}  gittragS-{_.  ���������__���������-'-���������  ��������� ���������,  ': 'mmmtr ._. ���������' _r -. ' ���������  MACSht  IfSSSSfSigniaifiaigiiieieiiElliililllHiiillTIIIIg  I     SHE*  iiu_3i I      i  E  HIGHWAY  ��������� BY ���������  CHRISTHSTE  WHITING  _> A T������-J-TSalvrmTTI-O  a. ___������__.__-Ea JL i_Xa.  wading, and confessed a yearning- to  build a dam, she hesitated.  "The  water's  like   ice,   Nick;   and  besides .....������'     ���������_.  ".  ���������__    __.-:._ 1-2-. _.  XT-  ---  ������j_t;.y  still some miles from that place  where one procured a license and got  S - married, "all in an..Jhour"; but. Nick  55 i sighed resignedly, and for a moment  Copyright 1929 S  Cfet!9rill-lllllllll!ffinilliK.llBllliei!������IilB!IB-^  CHAPTER II.���������-Continued.  "Do you know," he broke in prosaically on this sober reverie, "I'm almost famished. No" (as she turned  a surprised face to him), "don't say  ' it. I know it's only eleven-thirty. 1  know it's not time to eat; and I don't  care. Thunder! Gay, I've lived all my  life by rules. I hate 'em. From now  on, unless you make a. nice tame  house-cat of me, we'll eat. when we're  hungry: that is," he added, grinning,  "if we can ^arrange to be hungry at  _1 _____    4.3_L-_.*>  b_C    OC_U__     -ljt_l_. ...  "Otherwise," smiled Gay, her fears  vanishing before his carefree grin, "I  infer that we'll eat,when you're hungry"   ��������� .''.,    ,:.'-.���������.���������:'   '  .   Nick laughed,  but refused to  answer this awkward  question.  Instead  he daid, stopping the car: "Here's .a  -   brook "and a: pine tree, so hear:.that  we can easily ~__eep an eye upon the  "���������"���������' flivvery-thoughno     self-respecting  ���������. tramp would    consider    stealing    it.  Say!' you don't -mind eating -early, do  '���������</y_ii;?f*' _r-"'.'��������� s���������; f-^y^Tfr^T^ ''"-*'"-'���������''������������������  The girl laughed at this "tardy return to manners.  ��������� ". "What am . I, ��������� to '. decreeY when    I  . shall eat, if my.lord and_;master .. .''  ���������.';".   "Gosh!"��������� Nick interrupted Yferyent-  ;; ly.  He raised awed  eyes  to heaven.  " j ."She .calls me her: lord and. rnaster!  ; But"  (with a    sudden    dropph-g    to  r earth), "you can; cut-out that tine'of  ��������� ''���������; talk. Gay. It's nicdiaeyal.    Call'  me  .: 'the boas,'1;''if'yob; must; but not your  '���������'������������������'.; lord and rnaster. - I'm   at   home   in  jumpers, but-I'd look a fool with an.  ostrich feather in my cap."  "I'm hot so sure Of that,'! Gay contradicted, regarding his clear-out profile critically. "One of    those    throo-  cornerd hats, you know, with,a plumo  " resting on your shoulder. .  .  .  ."'.  "Glory!"   gasped  Nick,  staring at  her.   "Have you lost your mind, Gay?  Como on; lot's eat.    It's lucky    yoii  '" brought along' that lunch." ���������   ���������  To hor.surprise Gay found that she  > was hungry. They dovnurod Miss Sadie TwltoholVs chicken, with all the  greed of childhood days. Indeed, after  ?S feasting on the drumsticks,. Nick was  '      obliged   to   wash   In  tho   convenient  .;��������� brook.. ,,���������'''''*'.'''.     '..,','' y  i      "Clean V ho questioned,, turning������  dripping countenance upon hor; and  Gay,  luu������hln������,  dried  his' face  on  n  .������������������; .paper napkin. Biit iwhen ho.'^u^goatijd  his face, clouded.  "When I planned this trip, Gay,"  he explained,, "I vowed I'd do every  darn thing that came into my head;  yet I begin " ���������  "You begin," she interrupted, a little catch in her voice, "you begin by-  asking a girl to marry you. I suppose  that just 'came into your head,' but  it changed���������everything. Oh, Nick, I  don't want it to- change thing's I 1  want all your dreams to come true.  Build that dam if you want to terribly, and-���������and wade. I'll wade with  you. I!d really like it, Nick. I "  In. her contrition-.she , was pulling  at his shoestrings, but he caught her  hands, holding them with gentle firmness.  "Why, Gay!" His voice was tender.  "I believe you're almost crying.  What a dear goose you are! And why  should it matter if things are. a little  different than I planned? Don't you  know that I.love having you along?"  ' ' "Really;; triily^ Niclt ?V' ���������'[ . *'.'  She lifted a.sweet, flushed face, and  he smiled,into her.;eyes.  . .���������".Really,,-, truly,   G:ay.**  Hd -bent  to  her,, then-straightened ;up    abruptly.  "And you were right to' squelch my  kid desire for wading.    There's something better ahead of us today."  YHe'-gave her hands   a . reassuring  squeezfe,  and lifting the-encipty  has-1  ket]  threw it with careful aihi into  the car. Y, ������������������'.���������- ���������. ' ��������� v-..  "Let's be off," he said, with all the  enthusiasm shOT could desire. "I refuse to speed. I want to enjoy everything we ''������������������ see.. By. three;" o'clock .we  should reach State-��������� Line, and then.  .  I-Ie gave her a comical, glance;,.a  curious.,blending of affection "and  amusement,, as if he were not yet  quite ready to be serious, about the  future,  This was Nick's great adventure,  thought the girl tenderly���������his quest  for the freedom ho had never known.  Not by word or look must sho dim  his happiness. She wondered, as  mile after mile slipped by and he  showed no sign of tho nervousness she  felt herself, if ho realised the enormity of the stop thoy were about to  take. Only onoo did ho mention 1t,  and then to quote laughingly whon ������  tiro went flat: Y' 'Needles' and pins,.  needles and pins, whon a man marries. . . , .' You soo Gay, what  you've brought mo to. Bui: for you  -���������E:!d/YbJ?;,,.^ "..Yet,, he.  Whittled''cheerfully as ho .worked, ancl  said, as they star tod on their ways  "We're a half hour late at tho goal,  my dear, but why worry, so Jong as  we're together?"  But tt was "lifter four o'clock when  thoy; drew up before a shabby wood*'  en 'buHdlng which flaunted a sign  reading: ".Toalnh K. Miller, .Justice'of  tho.1Poaon."  Nick stoppod' the oar, but for n  minute he did not r;Ur. He pat thoro,  arms folded, looking straight nheiul,  Mil   Ony'sald  gently:   "Niok,  it- -It'H  not too late now if���������if you v/ant to  '���������������������   ���������"���������������������������"���������������������������'  a     a     ���������     a __  "Back out?" smiled Nick. He faced  her, and something in his eyes made  her heart;race; "I don't desert.-my  .bride at the altaiv.GTay." He grinned.  '"I-oesn't look much: like an altar,  does it?"    _ ';������������������  His eyes were raised. to the window below whictt hung the sign. Then,  before she could speak, he was out  of the car, giving a little brush to his  clothes as if in a desire to appear weil  on this occasion.  "I'll just run up and see if this is  right, though I believe the town clerk  usually perches hear a Justice in  these Gretna Greens. I never got a  marriage license before, Gay, and it  may take time, if I'm longer than  you expect, don't-worry. I shan't go  hack on youi My dear girl, you look  solemn as a funeral. Cheer up ��������� the  ���������worst is yet to come!" v  He turned awa-" then hesitating at  the dingy doorway, came back to say:  'Of course you know, Gay, that I was  .only trying to brace you,up? There  isn't going to be any 'worst' about it,  either for you or mc."  It seemed to Gay, waiting nervously outside, that he was a long time  gone; yet when she saw him. coming,  crt*.**-   -^i_!*-     Tar������������. _-lV   wri>rv, o^-l^r    --nnn-no^aaf nr.f'ir  mUXX\r     XV>11>^    . .rf 1 *+**���������       V.  ���������v^--*^*-*'- *~jf        AA-aW-��������� -_-a-3a-aa_ --*-<-������_-. w ^  f  a sense of panic. The street was al-  came near and spoke softly.  "I've got the license, and the Justice is waiting for us. I "  "Nick," broke in the girl suddenly,  "couldn't -we go to���������to a minister?"  He laid a comforting hand on hers.  "I'm afraid not, dear. There's been  a lot of publicity lately about underage couples getting married here.  You look about fifteen. Gay, and I'm  no Methuselah! The parsons have  been forced to shut. down on these  hasty weddings���������that is, they won't  do it without some sort of inyestiga-  tioni And we haven't time for that,  though I Kate like thunder to ask you  to come up here."  "Is���������is it an awful place?"  Nick smiled.      ���������  "I haven't seen it. The town clerk  offered to act as witness and tell the  Justice we were here. Come, dear.  Wo mustn't keep, him waiting."  Gay stepped onto the sidewalk,  glancing. down with apprehension . at  her dusty shoes-  "Do I look a sight?" ;  Gay,  ffierThre������ Children  Troubled With Diarrhoea  mmmmm  ;,- Mrs...Leo Lapo.Lr.t������, Laurie"> .'.Mati.j..:writes:���������*.'���������__>  throc-youi-gc.<t childron were very bad with diarrhoea.  I tried all kinds of rexaedies, nntil a Jihtd old lady  told W to fry 33r. Fowler's Extract of "Wild Straw-  -berry, : I got a bottle right away and started giving  it to theiu, and the next dny the diarrhea harl  _"topped altogether.' Now I ���������wiii k_OT7 \vb������t t-o do  when any o'e. my "children aie troubled that way  again." '"'.-���������  On the market for tho past 85'years; put up only  by The T. Milburu Co., Ltd., Toronto, Out.  atmosphere, Josiah YK. Miller, his  beard stained profusely by tobacco,  slouched in a,chair behind a roll-top  desk. The town clerk, a dapper little  man ^wearing a red necktie, stood hy  the window, whistling, with, strange  cheer,: the Miserere fram II Trova-  tore. Before a typewriter 'sat a sloven-  Remarkable Crops  In  Good   Yields   Of  Grain   Reported  Uoydinlnster Area,  Some remarkable crops have been  gathered in the Lloydmihstcr area  this   year,   running   from   40   to   50  . bushels, to  the  acre  in  the   case  of  ly, gum-chewing girl, who yawned j wheat, and from 90 to 100 bushels in  widely at Gay's approach, and remov- the case of oats. There has also  ing the gum stuck it on a corner of jheen quite an, active sale of farming  the table; while the town clerk, with  a smirk that struck terror to Gay'_  heart, remarked jocosely: "Ah, here's  the bride!"  He hummed lightly a bar or  two  from Lohengrin. - '  - Gay's hand- went to her throat, as  if .to stifle the revolt that choked her.  She couldn't be married here. She  threw an appealing glance at Nick,  but he was speaking to that dreadful  man behind the desk. Loathing the  whole scene she 1 owered her eyes,  only "to behold a tin spittoon as evidently'in need of attention as was  Josiah __. Miner's beard. It was too  horrible!  Then something steadied her. She  glanced up to meet the benign gaze of  Abraham Lincoln, looking down fr  hsachinery this year, one machinery  agent stating that he had sold more  threshing outfits this fall than during  the past three * seasons.���������  DON'T SUFFER  WSTB DANfiERIIUS  1-JEHGESliON  Do you suffer after meals with a  belching, from sour and acid stomach ?  Many believe they have heart trotiDl-  and tremble with fear, expecting any  minute to drop dead. This condition  can be prevented, likewise relieved.  Take Carter's Little Liver Pill*  after meals and neutralize the gases.  Sweeten the sour and acid stomach, relieve the gas and encourage digestion.  . steel graving above a dirty o_r-     b JSe_!Sl of KS _!d  ble mantel. She thought (and laughed  of herself later), "If Lincoln can  stand it, I guess I can!" Then she felt  Nick's band upon her arm, and the  Justice, slouching to his feet, began  to speak.  (To Be Continued)-  KEEP THEM HAPPY BY  KEEPING THEM WELL  dangerous indigestion disappears and  the system enjoys a tonic effect. Don't  delay. Ask your druggist for a 25c  pkg. of Carter's little Liver PaHs.  * _������.-  ?- *  i-mie rieli.^ For This Week  ������������������������������������iou iooK-.au r-gnt to me,  and tha t"s aii that matters." -'..Then,  with a sudden -understanding- of her  moOd, he added: "TCou look great! 1  bet   that   town  clerk  will   expire   of  envy!' .<..-���������  _ So. it was with'������������������& laugh that they  started up those 'dingy, stairs��������� ,;fc'_at  were to lead them tliey knew not  where!. The echo of that laughter  was"on their lips w^en. Nick'opened  the door bearing the name of. Josiah  K. Miller;, but it ,died> at.their; .first  glimpse";pfthe, ;roomHb^yond.'"It'..^as;^  thought Gay, with a sense of suffoca-  tionfl so much worse than she'd expected! The dust of the stairs and  hallways seemed tb penetrate the very  i;:y5^:!i::!:::!::i;^2  *i:WM  ,^M  wxm*i\  tatte';to ^ ry It  "Your Vegetable Compound  is   a   good   medicine.  Anyone who i8 in poor health  should not hesitate to try it.  Wheii I was'taking--the Vegetable Compound I  tried Jthc j  I sample Liver Pills I found in  the   package.   I   have   taken  | them every night since and i I  can feel myself improving. I  nm so 'thankful for the good |  ilicy clu mc uiut 1 have toid  several  women  about It."���������  Mrs. G. W. Pbsliffi z63 jHfuwn I  .St., Stmtfonl, Ontario.  It is natural for children to be  happy,'active and full oif "fun. vyhen  they are fretful, fussv and disinclined to play you may "be sure something is wron**", __!n���������Gst invariably  that: something lies in the digestive  tract.  It is to meet the need for an absolutely safe corrective of childhood  ailments that Baby's Own Tablets  have been . designed. They gently  regulate the: stomach and bowels and  thus drive.out constipation and indigestion;. .break up colds and: simple  fevers.and .allay teething pains. Concerning- them Mrs, W. YE. Forsyth,  Dover, N.B;, write&i-^-'T would not be  without Babe's' Own Tablets as I  know of nothing :to equal them for  jfrejtful, vfuesy- bahies. ;who.���������^reitrouT  bled with colds or sour stomach."  Baby's Own Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Gnt.  .Rai-.um Ore Discovery  JOopos.ts In Ontario May Yield Su������i-  clent To Supply the British  Empire  Belief that there arc deposits of  radium ore near Vynborforco, in'Hali-  burton County, Ont:, captible o_ supplying the needs of Canada, and possibly of the whole Empire, is cx-  preaaod by Dr. G. E. Richards, head  of tho enlarged X-ray department of  Toronto General Hospital. Dr. Richards is director of a company interested in the  project.  Ho asserted that investigations  over a period of three or four years  had uncovered an apparently extensive deposit which averaged 186  milligrammes of radium per ton -of  ore treated, a higher average than in  tho radium-bearing ore of tho Belgian Congo, at present the world's  chief source of supply.  "God is our God for ever and ever;  He will be our Guide even unto  death."���������Psalm xlviii.   14.  Thy way, not mine, O' Lord,  However dark it be,  Isead rae by Thine own hand,  Choose out the. path, for-me..  iiOi. mine, not mine the cho'ee  In tilings, or great, or small.  Be thou-my guide, my strength,  My wisdom, and my all.  ������������������Horatius Bonar.  We want a guide who knows us,  whether we be self-willed and overconfident, or despondent and oversensitive, or worldly and aspiring.  We want a guide who knows our  frame and pities us, is not vexed with  ���������our. ignorance o������ mistakes,.but is tender towards us and patient. We want  a guide who values character, and  knows, how-to,train.'while He. guides;  who guides for the purpose of training, sometimes into very hard paths,  but profitable forf ..the,. squI  -���������-Theodore Dwight Woolaey..  ru  rt... Pt'i|M.������riiv'  ,;������'^c:t?Mii/S:'0Rrif^C^ua7i.,  Douglas' Egyptian Liniment is  recommended for sore necks, galls,  distemper, callouses and spavins. Removes proud flesh ancl Hoof Rot.  Stops bleeding instantly:   :   ,  A CmrlouH Colneldemw  It in nn JnteveKtinfj hiriforirnl fnct,  that although tho Dueheos of York I������  n daughter of a Scottish peer, she has  a conslderaljle amount of Rngllsh'  blood In her veins, an hor surname ~  Bowes ��������� indicates, nnd, ������ curlotiHlv  onough, who is liorself descended fi'oni  tho flrnt Duke of York thoro ever  wan ���������tOdmund of Lnngloy, a son of  King HJdward ill.  IMlimril'H LEiiInu nt jiUIk llr������iil Un\t,  WHEN CHILDREN  Rf l__> E "MT I'M^HE are time*  B* WS*. BSS B when a child is too  fretful or foverall to������  be Bung to Bleep. There are some  pains 11 mother cannot pat away. But  there's- quick comfort in Castoria I  For dinrrhen. nnd other infrmlita  ill������, Rive lliis pure vegetable preparri-  tion. Whenever, con ted tongues tell  of constipation;; whenever there's any  nign of HhiffgiMlmosB. Cnnloriti has n  flood tnsto; childron lovo to take it-  Buy the genuine���������with Clm������. JI-  Flctchcr'a signature on wrapper.  ^S*ffSmWSM  CASTORIA  Ml THJK   U-KiSSTOIN   KEVIJ-W  Local and Personal  FOR SALE���������Ford touring car, in good  shape, $100.   F. "W. Ash, Creston.  C. O. Rodgers left on Tuesday on a  business visit to Lethbridge, Alberta.  FOR SALE���������Coal heater, in good  shape, $7.50.   J. Bird, Camp Lister.  FOR SALE���������Young pigs, 6 weeks old,  $5.50 each.   Bert Yerbury, Camp Lister.  FOR SALE���������Two heating stoves, will  burn coal or wood. F. Putnam, Erickson.  WANTED���������Young "man wants work  of   any   description.   Phone    Funston,  48Q.  FOR SALE���������One 2J4 horsepower gas  engine with magneto, $25. C. O,  Rodgers, Creston.  FOR SALE���������38.55 calibre Winchester  rifle, lever action, in good condition, $10.  Apply Box 82, Creston.  PIGS FOR SALE���������Young pigs, ready  October 17th, $5 each. J. W. Parkin  (Alice Siding), Creston.  Dr J. Olivier of   the   Creston  i.-__;__i ___ _i.__a   -.;_:<<---  _t__������..aa.c.l   YV at) a  W_CXV_l.l._L      irigivui  family at Blairmore, Aiberta.  OT a*_L  Mr. and Mrs.'A. E. Fisher  mere  were  guests  of   Mr.  j Godfrey Vigne at the first of  Valley  en route to Spokane.  WANTED TO  RENT���������Ranch of ten  of   Inver-  and   Mrs.  -the week,  or more  acres,  must  have   house  PHONE 19  CRESTON  PHONE 52L  WYNNDEL  ������* A CSLI  U_" B.  ^_rj_^.-__l  CRESTON and WYNNDEL  FOR SALE���������20-acres fruit land near  Canyon school, mortgage sale, good  value    Apply R. Palmer,,Nelson.  FOR SALE���������6-room house, next to  telephone office, cheap for cash or good  cash payment." Apply R. Falmer.Nelson.  Allister Ross, assistant C.P.R. agent  at McGillivray. is here on a visit with his  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Piper Ross.  COW FOR SALE���������Holstein, very  gentle, good milker and bred to pedigree  Jersey. A Stnart Evans. Camp Lister,  BC.  HAY FOR SALE���������7 tons alfalfa hay,  $15 a ton at barn, or $95 for whole of it.  Cash only. A. R. Bernard, Camp  j_a~L_r, _>_o.  Creston badminton club has been reorganized for the season with E. Whitfield as president, and play has already  commenced,  Mrs. Mitchell of Calgary, Alberta,  who has spent the past six weeks with  Rev. and Mrs. McNabb, left for home  on Thursday last.  The annual conference of the Women's  Institutes of Kootenay-Boundary will be  held at Nelson the latter part of November. Creston institute will de represented by Mrs. 3l Stevens-. Mrs; Ch.prrington  and Miss Edith Crawford.  ana  27  MAWSON BROS. Old Premises.  Near Review Office.  f^^^^^^*j^**%Jm*i^Km**mm^*jHMt*JSkj*^m^jSm**^m*ii'  .-.������������������_,.*,._���������..-,...  "Y" TEA, 2 lbs         $  ������������^tT*������j>   rr%**** m *������-* ������������-._ *%  -��������� i    i. j_a, uur J_est, per io~  "Y" COFFEE, 2 lbs   Our   Best,  .99  .55  .99  "Y" COFFEE,  per !b    SALMON,   Sockeye,   tails,  Lacrosse, 2 tins   SNACKS, Nabob, 4 tins.���������  EGG   SUBSTITUTE,   reg.  20c; special   PEACHES, per tin.  PEARS, per tin   APRICOTS, per  PEAS,- 6 tins   tin   PINEAPPLE, 7 tins   TEA, BLUE RIBBON, per  lb   TEA NABOB, per lb   COFFEE, BLUE RIBBON,  *"er-3b. - ^    ���������"i^Tnii^-mm    \Ti-nA������     ...  _ur._i_i, x\i__j_>5_>._>, per iu...  BROOMS, 5-string. each   WASHBOARDS, each _  CHEESE, Colonial, 2 lbs ...  SATURDAY  .85  .35  .15  .15  .15  .15  .95  l.OO  .59  .59  .59  .59  ,45  .59  .65  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE II  Ornnfiin    Hf-tiirs  VIUV1VI1  Wish   to  that  voe  iviviui w  announce  now  have  agency  for  2.00 Soeciai  I lb. OUR BEST TEA  lb. OUR BEST COFFEE  15 lbs, B.C. SUGAR  ^iievroiet  Cars and  Trucks  A fuil stock of Parts  and Accessories.  To all Plymouth owners  we assure you Service  as usual.  More room being added  to give you better  service.  other   buildings.   Wriiej to"    Box  Review Office, Creston.  Motor license fees for September  collected.: at Creston provincial police  office were $245, as compared with $288  the same month last year.  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.  The three* day open season for pheasants in the Creston district closes today.  The kill was not heavy due to none too  fovorable weathetfpr hunting.  COWS FOR SALE-SeveraF Jersey  heifers and eowss all registered and good  milkers, due to freshei."before December  1st,   G. Cartwright, Erickson,  The grouse shooting season in the  Creston district ciosed on Wednesday.  These birds are reported scarce this year,  and the grouse slaughter was light.  $1132 was collected   for  hunting   and-  trapping licenses at   Creston .provincial  police office   in   September,   a   gain   of  $231 over the same month last year.  Rev. P. McNabb left a* the first of  the week for New Westminister, where  he is attending the fail session oi the   B.  *~������     J   _* *!,_   13 ���������������*.-_:������._   rU..������__a������  *->���������-  __ aa_va   ���������x   atX4_   a. 4 ____. -������- aaaaa   wuulvu.  What was left of flowers and garden  stuff was claimed by a killing frost on  Sunday night and Monday morning,  when the mercury got down to 27 above  zero.  Chas. Murrell, agent for Massey-Harris  implements has just been advised by the  firm that there will be no raise in price  of   impliments     as   a   result  of   tariff  changes.  Owing to the absence of the pastor.  Rev. P. NcNabb, no public service in  St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church on  Sunday, October 19th. Sunday school  as usual.  With a gale blowing in from the north  and a fhirry of snow during the night  Wednesday morning had a real wintry  touch. However, only three degrees, of  frost were recorded.  Next Friday evening's attraction is  the bridge under Christ Church Ladies'  Guild auspice3.in the Parish H 11, with  cards due to start at 8.15 prompt. The  admission is 50 cents.  appear on Thursday night in the United  Church, Creston; and on Friday night  at the community hall, Canyon.     *  Vancouver Province: The many friends  of Miss Louise Webster, formerly of this  city, will be interested in the news of her  wedding which has reached here from  Cape Town, Soutn Africa, where she was  married on August 16 to Mr. Norris A.  Dumbleton. The ceremony was performed in Cape Town Cathedral by the  dean, and the bride was charming   in   a  French embroidered gown of light beige  georgette, with motif of tiny roses at the  back of the high waistline. Her picture  hat of crinoline straw was trimmed wJin  matching net and fiimy flowers, and she  carried a sheaf bouquet of hyacinths and  carnations. Mr.,and Mrs. Dumbleton  spent their honeyemoon motoring in the  Cape, visiting friends at George, Port  Elizabeth, Durban and Johannesburg,  before proceeding to their future home in  Northern Rhodesia.  w*  'WW  ���������wv"������"������r"  'rt't't't*  ���������^r-yyy rf  i_,tiuier  fVeatiier is  IT  mmn * y v���������*f*iff**Mi*  fa*  lyif-'f f*^imimmf m*mt wagf  *jnay  ^^y^y'V'������^Ti���������^^������^  Warmer wearables will be needed and  and right now is the time to buy to best  advantage, as stocks aie complete in all  lines and you are assured of getting the  exact size that fits. Never before have  we had such a splendid line of  Underwear in Two-Piece and  Combination Garments  32-oz. WINDBREAKERS, and also lighter weights  HEAVY SWEATERS,   HEAVY SOX  *  4  in jtfaii ana Winter wear we can  that afford maximum comfort and  outnt you wim garments  wear, at right prices.  Oreston Valley Oo-0peratiye Assn.  GRESTON  Two Stores  ERICKSON  --.-----���������- -,.-.--.-.-��������� A     -.--.. - --..-.--.- - -���������_���������-...-��������� _.-A-  aaaaa-__-a-_aaaaaaaaaaV____a__a_____aaWMa_^  -r*  "WWWW^'^-W  -v-. > v---.-���������-���������" v -w *r  Greston Blacksmith, Plumbing &  Heating Company  Tloafo    ������9 RA n/j. 1 flft  ____-_>    b|-_.._._    ������S_.      _.W  " W^'W^t'WW ������'������'?���������  p*_3ifI������S8i*^lEBi9������^^  Special  1       C_ .fl m _P*^C.  Jl _/a_X^_J.J-^/V_9  Values in  Silk   and  Wool   Hosiery���������-  PENMAN'S  Sizes 8������, 9, 9������, 10 and 10J-, in two  qualities, at  75c. and  $1.00 pair.  London Lady Hosiery at 95c.  in the season's latent shades including  Evenglow, Rifle, Nude, Grain,  Sandust and Nude and White  Children's  All   Wool and Silk  and Wool  Ribbed and Plain Hose in all sizes  FORTY CENTS and up.  VEGETABLES FOR SALE  $3.50 per 100 lbs  lbs.; Carrots, $2.00 per 100lbs; Pickling  Onions, 10c. lb., White Winter Onions,  4e. .b.   Richardson, Erickson.  Donald Burton arrived ,at the first of  the week to take on the work of second  assistant at the C.P.R. depot. He replaces Hugh Boyd who left Wednesday  to join the erew of th������������ lake steamer  Nasoolcin.  The rainy weether that has obtained  the past couple of weeks is hindering  operations oh the Reclamation Farm.  The straw is too wet to burn, and until  It is disposed'of fall ploughing cannot be  commenced.  The" two-section elevator which was  erected on the C.P.R. team track next  the McCreath coal shed,'and was used  for shipping of the wheat crop from the  Hoi ben and Christ enson acreage, is being  dismantled this week. *  -  YY Y  The''fruit1'and  vegetables  used   ih  decorating ChriHt Church for the harvest  thanksgiving service ,^n the 6th, were  used for the same purpose at he Cranbrook ���������:]Anglican Church last Sunday,  Rev/ F. ;V. Harrison, wh p was here last  weelc, taking the produce back with him.  Creston will havo the pleasure of  enjoying the Georgian Singers again.  Mr. Edmhndson has now talent in the  person of a young lady who excels as  pianist and singer. She sings in t\ high  clear soprano and also in a deep rich  contralto voice, and i'a advertised as a  "wonder" girl. There is a complete  change of programme and of personoll  this year. The usual high standard of  clear, bright, wholesome ointertninmeufc  is    assured.   Tho     Georgian     Singers  Can supply you with anything you  need   in   the   General   Blacksmith,  Plumbing and Heating line.  We carry a complete line of Bathroom Fixtures in stock-  Baths, Toilets, Basin..,. Sinks. Range Boilers, Pipes  and   any kind of  Fitting,  Eavetroogh, Soii  Pipes,  Vitrified and Tile Drain Pipes, *5_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.  _  i  tsVTIZtl-i'BrSFrRlTP Sz 5_____-l>  - *������^ ��������� -S* r -_. ��������� -__--���������-  .-_>-^, - ^���������r-a-._ia-lfl||^rr|aa^_-ay--aaVr ja-a-.^. - -aaa_._-_.-. afl- ��������� _-L-  aa--aaaaaa_la_a������-__tf__aaa*aaa___A_a^  Everything to  Make the  Home Comfortable!  _rTL_L_L       JL l^JuLL   ' JL J-wcLLGjl S  ALL   SIZES  i  CH-%. tsmm mmm. mp- jNt m\ m m m mm w% 4% m ���������.������������������pii    mm  a\_L,^ 1 Qji^i ifii_.i%ijrii^i 1!________  C.r.iwi paimv    I "rr\ '  \_A%������a'BVD B    r\i ������  1 *       -w* B   __#���������  .rtt������^^i,.-������������^.���������..._i<i__N_*ii^  $3.75 to $7.50  Stove   Pipes,   Elbows  T Pipes, Stove Boards  Cook   Stoves  and  Steel   Ranges  with   Polished   Steel   Tops  Reservoirs and High Closets  Circulating Heaters  for Four and Six-Room Houses  A  aa-.-. M      .Jff       M -<l m ..��������� M        aW aLw--  myjt  JL Wu*mf ML*d  JKV. t**'  Dry Goods, Groceries.    PHONE 3 Furniture, Hardware  "I_!!-!_������i3K^^


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