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Array ^ov.nctolj_sb?asT  mvlSX  /'���������&?i  g_p lyv^^^  Vol. XXII.  CRESTON. B.C., FRILLY.  OCTOBER 31, 1930  -  . ___= _  -' '-.. _._.   . .    ____  No. 3S  Feature Session  Women's Institute Room at the  Hospital Ready for Patients-  Will Collect Tinfoil ��������� Conven-  _       ___     _  tion .Delegates Named.  it was decided to acquire eight shares in  the hall. A meeting of the baseball  club for the same purpose resulted in the  adoption of a motion to also purchase  eight shares.  Mr. and Mrs. Dalbom and P. Cockle  were auto visitors to Cranbrook on  Sunday and report quite an improvement in Mrs. Rudd's condition.  TUTS  9 a ^^r*a.������ar  ������������������������>t    "E*   "   TVe  -.#  The October meeting of Creston and  District Women's Institute was in charge  of the president, Mra. J. E. Hayden,  with quite a good turnout of members,  and the hospital .committee reports  providing the feature iteme of the afternoon's deliberations.  Committee announcd t" at the necessary furniture for the Institute room in  the hospital had been placed in the  Institute room, wbic is being re-papered  match the furnishings, which work Dr.  Olivier was assuming responsibility for.  Feathers to be used in the make of  pillows for the hospital were asked for,  and it was announced a start had been  made at collecting tinfoil from cigars,  cigarettes, etc., for which a market was  available and that adoui 14 pounds had  already been assembled.  For the schools, committee Mrs.  Hendyrepor ed that some supplies were  seeded to replenish the first aid kits at  both the public and high school, and she  was given authority to* make the  necessary replacements". Authority was  also given to purchase a wreath to place  on the monument on Armistice Day.  For the Kootenay-Boundary Institutes' conference at Nelson at the middle  of November Miss Edith Crawford,  secretary, was named institute delegate;  Mrs. Cherrington, official d-eligater  while the past president, Mrs. R.  Stevens, who is a member of the -central  executive will also attend. Y  The tea hostesses were Mrs. W. EL  Crawford, Mra. Telford .and Mrs..^W. ,,.B������;  Long;, and the. freewill offering fca* crippled children's work was about ^2.  Erickson apple packing staff, and Miss  Lena Benedetti of Creston packing staff,  returned home this week. Work in the  sheds at those points is completed.  Creston Athletic  Club Romanized  Junior and Senior Boys and Girls  Glasses' Organismg���������Instruction One Niglia Each Week-  Will Need So^e Equipment.  accordeon and drums, and John Ring-  hein, violin.       Y  Principal Freenie of Alice Siding  school, was a Friday and Saturday  visitor at Nelson for the teachers' convention last week.  ; The apple harvest was. completed in  this "section early last week, *and fall  ploughing is now the order of the day.  A splendid opportunity to secure  furniture and other household effects  will present itself to-morrow (Saturday)  when O. J. Wigen is having an auction  sale of his entire lot of furniture, etc., at  his ranch at 2 p.m. W. J. Truscott will  auctioneer. Nine months credit will be  given.  A meeting  of the   school  ratepayers  was held last week at which teaders to  purchase old schoolhouse were opened.  There was only one bid, that of J. B.  Winlaw, and it was accepted. The bid  was $200, but building is not to be  moved until after Christmas.  MJsier*  Messrs Wickholm, Hewitt and Taplin  have been busy the past few days putting on a siding- of shingles on the side  and front of the community hall, which  ver_- mueh improves the general appearance of the building.  Due to an unlocked for change of  dates the Georgia Singers and Players  were here on Thursday afternoon instead  Oa _~i������_3y evening. ^_s very s������������o.t novice  was given of the change the turnout was  not as large as formerly.  WynmelGi  Public school inspector Manning paid  his half-yearly official visit to Wynndel  school last week.  Mrs. DeWitt and family, who haye  been holidaying with Mr* and Mm,  Lunt, returned to their home at Vulcan,  Alberta.  Father Choinel of Cranbrook was here  for Roman Catholic Church service on  Saturday.  , Mrs. R; Uri war a Nelson visitor at the  weekend.  Miss E. Hook oi Spokane spent the  weekend hero, a guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady.  Miss Emma Hagen left on Monday for  Nelson.  A meeting of the Kill Kare Club was  held to consider the purchase of shares  in the proposed new community hall and  CORPORATION OF THE  Village of Creston  WARN  _���������  i  Thin ia to notify  thoBf. who have been  committing depredations on or about  the Fall Fair Building that the Police  have been notified  and" will 'prosecute  all offenders to tho  full extent of the law.  By order.  E. F. ARROWSMITH,  Clerk,  Creston, Oct. 21, 1930.  W--Ridd and H. Young got back on  J^day-^m^fewt!^ with,, ������������������  Mr. Ridd's^ldfriendte in the Waldo and  Baynes Lake district.  Gordon Vance and" John Tompbins  will spend the next few months at Goat-  fell where they have taken a skidding  contract in connection with the C. O.  Rodgers logging operations.  Albert and Gunner Nelson wall try out  their luck at trapping this season. They  have a license for a line on the mountain  east of Canyon.  Now that the apple harvest and spud  digging is complete fall ploughing is  receiving attention. The wet weather  of the past ten days has put the land in  good shape.  The residence of Jock McRobb is  greatly improved in appearance with the  erection ofj new verandah and new siding  on the entire house.  Rebuilding operations on the Wear-  rnoth bridge is along towards completion,  and when the job is done the new bridge  will not be more than 60 feet long as  compared with the former 200-foot  wooden structure. The fill at eitner end  does away with about 140 feet of bridge,  but the hew work has not improved the  grade very much.  Newspaper accounts of the golded  wedding celebration of Mr. and Mrs.  Albert Halstead of Canyon, which took  place at their former home at Myrtle,  Manitoba, on October 4th. Mr. and  Mrs. Halstead were married at Sunshine,  Morris township, Huron county, Ontario,  in 1880. For twelve years they farmed  near Goderich, Ontario, and then moved  to Roland, Manitoba. Later thoy were  at Myrtle, nnd in 1912 wont to Winnipeg, where they remained until 1023,  when thpy came to Canyon. Of their  fumily of ten, seven are living and were  all present at tho anniversary celebration, nlong with twenty grandchicdron.  45 Immediate relatives sat around the  banquet table, at the conclusion ol which  there wero tho usual toaata and a  presentation of an addrcas nnd the gift  of a purse of god from the family.  Many other beautiful gifts of gold trnd  othcra Qppr:prlato to the occasion were  presented by rolatlvea and friends. Mr.  and Mrs. Hntatcad aro both enjoying  excellent health and their many frlonda  here join with thoao in otlior places In  ox ton ding them heartiest congratulations  and look forwurd with pleasurable  anticipation to their return to reside at  Canyon where they both enjoy a well  deaerved popularity.  llie gymnasium, n^eting <*a Tuesday  night got away to a ftded start when the  enthusiasts assembled; lined up the win-.  ter's program and had a round table discussion of the many; matters that concern the success of this branch of athletics.   ....  It was decided to, reorganize Creston  Athletic Club to get the athletic endeavors all in one body. Of this particular  announcement wiii be made later. In the  meantime lists will be opened for the  enrollment of both juniors and seniors���������  both boys and girls���������^with the dividing  line at .16 years and over.  The committee for this purpose is  Misses Edith Cook and Marguerite  Crawford and Messrs. A.L. Palmer, Rev.  R. E. Cribb and Irwin Orcutt. Anyone  wishing to enroll can give their names to  this committee. The season is expected  to run for the next five months and the  fees decided upon  ar0 $2 for juniors and  ������p_    a Or    SEXiaOrS, WJ Via    S/tiG    Sice-lilgS   u__u-  porarily set for Tuesday, Girls* night,  Juniors 7.30 to 8.30, and Seniors 8.30 till  10 o'clock.    The Junior and Senior boys j  at the same hours Wednesday nights.  It is the desireof those interested in  the success of the gym. work to put in  some equipment that has been sorely  needed in the past and to that end the  fees have been set and It is more than  likely that the feeling of the townsfolk  may1 be tested but by the presentation of  a subscription list to them in the near  future.  Col. Fred Lister left at the end of .the  joelr ran nn ntfimal   vlatir  *#}  Vinf������ia  -     -*->*_^Jr-a.**-r*  Jos. W. Bell of Kimberley was a  Thursday to Tuesday visitor at Lister,  making headquarters at the former  Malthouse place, which he purchased a  few months ago.  Mr. and Mrs. Pat Holland, Mr. and  Mrs. Jack McConachie and Miss Hilda  Yerbury, all of Kimberley, were here for  the weekend with the ladies parents, Mr.  and Mrs. H. Yerbury.  Rev. A. Garlick of Creston will be here  Mrs. Z. Geroux  Dies. Kitchener  Native of Quebec, Had Lived ii.  Kitchener Past Twelve Years  ���������Burial at Creston ��������� Many  Out to Pay Last Respects.  on Sunday for Church  ship at 11 a.m.  of England wor-  The school scholars and parents were  out in full force on Wednesday evening  for hallowe- en party and frolic at the  school. Costumes and the oldtime  hallowe'en features were" in evidence  along with a very fine lunch.  wOmcu  19 gireat; And "while not- working to nut  any burden upon the community the  management feels that, given support  the Creston gym. classes will justify  themselves and prove another move towards making citizens., of worthy  physique and character, and also putting  Creston Valley on the map of the  athletic world. We have some new  record breakers among our young people  and who is to say what- may yet b~  developed.  Our old friend Mr, Orcutt will be in  charge as instructor, and those who  were so fortunate as to see the result of  his work at the athletic evening in May  last will, doubtlesB, be glad to know that  he will be connected with this work.  Trinity United Church hall will be the  meeting place.  A varied programme ia in view for the  season. Calesthenics, games, stunts and  various drills are contemplated, and  being a community proposition should  furnish a first-class meeting place for all,  irrespective of creed, polotics, or any of  the little things that make differences  within such a happy community, as  Creston.  Lister residents are being wvr_Gu in  relays on the betterments on t e North  and South highway. Some of the men  taken on two weeks ago, have been laid  off for a fortnight and others put on in  their places.  Quite a number of the Germans who  have been working on the road contract  at Sanca are home again as the work is  finished, and they are now dickering for  a second contract on the same road.  The   quite wet fall we have had is  expediting fall ploughing which is general  __������uih rnatructien iin  the varea?  Wi^ it.Y" Beard and - H.  Yerbury-are amongst those 'who ���������sre buss  at land clearing. '. y>"������������������'��������� '���������" ���������'������  EriekmGn  CARD OF THANKS  Mr. Z. Geroux and family take this  means of expressing tholr deep appreciation of the sympathy and kindnesses  shown them in their recent bereavement.  JMiap SIMaff  Mr. Blaine, who has recently opened  up a store at the Crisler garage corner,  was a business visitor at Cranbrook at  the end of  the  week.  Mrs. John Hall is a Nelson visitor a  few days this week, leaving on Wednesday.  Miss Helen Dodds was a weekend  visitor at Creston, a guest of Mrs. F.  Tompkins.  Rev. A. Garlick of Creston will be  here for Church of England service at  the school house, on Sunday afternoon  at 3 o'clock.  Quite a number of the Erickson young  people were at Creston on Monday  night for the dance in the Parish Hall  given by the packing house employees  of Creston Co-Operative Fruit Exchange. .  The new Blaine store has just received  a coat of paint which greatly improves  its appearance.  Miss Tecnie Obctzkov left at the first  of the week on a visit with Nelson  friends.  Miss Dora Hcnly is a Nelaon visitor  this week, leaving on Wednesday.  Up till the end o! the week tipple shipments at Erickson for 1930 show an increase of about 20 per cent, over the  same date a year ago.  . Although her passing was not unexpected none the less regretted is the  death of Mrs. Zenpn Geroux, which took  place at an early hour on Sunday morning after an illness that has extended"  over more.than a year., at her home at  Kitchener, with burial in Creston cemet  ery on Tuesday morning.  Deceased, who was in her 58th year-  was a native of Olympe, Quebec, and in  1890 was married to Mr. Geroux at St.  Andre, in the same province, and they  continued to reside in eastern Canada  until 1912, when the family moved to  Sasketehewuii, where they remained  until 1916, when they moved, this time  to Fernie, and from there they came to  Kitchener early in 1918, where deceased  has been a continuous resident ever  since.  The funeral was from Holy Cross  Church, Creston, with Father Choinel in  f uli charge of the services at church and  grave, and six Kitchener friends officiat���������  inS as pallbearers, G. A. Hunt, A. La-  Page, Harry Redmile, Alex. Ellis, Ernest  Driffil and Cyril Senesael. There was  a very large turnont of friends and  acquaintances to pay a last tribute of  respect, and floral remembrances also bespoke a well deserved popularity of  deceased.  In addition to a husband, three .sons,  Victor of Calgary, Alberta; Ernest of  North Dakota; and Omer of Cranbrook;*  and three daughters; Mrs. St-Denis,  Kitchener; Mrs. Viau, Ross Spur; and  Mra;; -Foisy of liatchener. survive and in  their great: tsereavessei-t they havevihe  aympstfeybf all.  Those remembering with flowers were  Omer and Joan and little Joan; Armond  Laura and grandchildren; Edith, Cliff,  and Dad; Aldea and grondchildren, Mr.  and Mrs. Devlin, Mr. and Mrs. Driffil,  Mr. and Mrs. Blair, Mr. and Mrs. La-  Page, Mr. and Mrs. Hunt and Clara.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Johnson, Joe Laverne,  Mr. and Mrs. Molander, Mrs. A.  Howard, Vivian and Celina Langlois.  Grand  Theatre  Sat, Nov.  Mrs.  Staco Smith and son, Ronald,  loft at the end of the wcok for  Wenatchee, Wash., where they are visiting with friends at present.  Mrs. McDougall cf Yahk waa hero for  the weekend with her parents, Mr. nnd  Mra. John Kcllcyb,  Mr. and Mrs. John; Ltreoy of Creston  arc occupying the house on the former  Boasjor place for the winter.  Mrs.  ValoHtm0Y;6t/ Nelson, who has  spent the past sia ^eolta with her parents,  Mr. and Mra. Jai?. Compton, returned  home Saturday. ^fy   < ;  A surprise party wa?i sprung on Mm.  Marahall on Friday night hon a party  of young peoplo numbering about _0  took poaneaslon of tho house and opent a  vory pleasant evening nt dancing to  miwEc by Tom and Bob Marshall   on  PETER B. KYNE'S  Finest Story  <S''7S_a������i-__?  The W.A. of Christ Church will hold  a 25 cent tea, salo of work, novelties and  home cooking at thc Pariah Hall ow  Saturday. November 8th, from 8 to 5  p.m.  Thanksgiving tea. and salo of home  caoklnft, under the nuspices of tho  ProBbytorlnn Labies' Auxiliary will be  held in tho United Church basement on  Friday, November 7th, from 8 to 6.30  p.m.  It I'mt.onu of tho Grand liave any  picture or pictures they would like to ace  on tho screen at Creston overy effort  will bo mndo to aocurc thorn If they will  write tho manager of tho Grand giving a  Hat of the dcairod films. Manager  -lodgers will bo in Calgary tho latter  part of next week and will book tho  asked for pictures if thoy aro available.  Letters muut roach him by Wednesday  noon.  Featuring  KENJEE ADOREE  Wm. COLLIER, Jr.  GEORGE FAWCETT  When the hordo of gold-oeekern  ruahed into Southern California and  overwhelmed with n tido of lawlena-  ness tho Spanish aettlora thoro, tho  elements of great drama woro nt  hand. It Is this era that America's  mimter story-teller has chosen for hia  finest story. An epic production haa  boon mndo of it���������with the love atory  of tha young American and tho  Spanish beauty played CKafnct a  narrativo of unusual thrlllo and  magnificence.  ���������^s^l  ,���������!<���������.';';.' i :������������������'������.* THE    REVIEW,    CREST03ST,    B.    G.  Jv'FFF  w r  YELLOW  q nn ai %tt% jg n j*  ������     m     j m   S '**"   m '-m s-s swr   Jf   B  ***W    JL    **\ JL -at   ^  P������������p_c  Nee;! Prat-acts  ���������-���������������������������    ^  Russia Is Selling  i'Miri  ���������������  Soviets Take- That Method To liaise  IVIoney ITor Treasury-  Soviet dumping of wheat and  other products abroad at a time -when  the supplies are urgently needed it-  Russia itself is in the nature of ������������������tax"  collection under the Russian system,  says the Financial Post, which continues:   "  "In Soviet Russia, the word taxation has no such" meaning as Western minds attach to itl Holding  private ownership to foe unethical,  the government itself is officially the  owner of all property. Consequently,  there is none for it to tax. Proclaiming private profits to be opposed to  human welfare, it officially permits  the accumulation of no incomes which  might be taxed. -It; is obliged, therefore, to obtain its revenue from the  actual products of-the mines, forests,:  curt*1?        _*0������������*v_e������       1 til, \n\t     -A .-  *.������._���������-.������       j_ V������v*. ���������.������.*_���������       >������ ialvu       XL* <  \D3$niG0iCtroup  wm <5_x_$a_.  Often with one  application. Just  rub Vicks over  throat and che_t  aea.' jbl    m,im ���������wm.y*������m':**mm  r.n-ti������rv 4-jytr*  .'��������� i-_*  r.f_l ^3_i 53  OF THE  HY   F  OAl^ 131  Ml       lE-S     a_a_a__SB  THEY A  ���������_   __ **^**"-      0 OVIaa  EST  take as taxes the produce "of those  who still operate privately���������-mainly,  the unsocialized peasants. But since  it cannot operate a treasury directly  with wheat and lumber, it must seLl  these articles in the outside world.  "This is what it is doing to thc  extent even of leaving its own  people on tlie, verge of starvation.  Officially they are permitted to eat  only what is distributed to them foy  the government, and the Heavy purchases of machinery abroad measa  that the people at home must be  kept to tlie very lowest limit of supplies."  r  _������������������������������'  A   _.i~t   Of   "Wanted Inventions"    nn*  .Full -jiiormatloia ;Sent Free  On  Requeat.  Dttpt. 27nBAMHSJ.  167 OTTAWA. Or������_  Wm RAMSAY Go.  W     A  m      ��������������� h  \Vnat Does Your  vv ork  eati  To You ?  ���������"  AIjIEk WANTED, to do plain and-  -L- . light sewing, whole or spare  time; ' good pay, work sent any distance, charges paid, send stamp for  particulars   ������-   NATIONAL   MANTT-  ���������FAC'TURING' QOMPANY; Montreal.  .,..,.,. Population Of Moose Javf  According to    the new   Henderson  | Directory, the population of the City  of.Moose Jaw is shown as 26,140, or  an increase of 3,497 over 2S20.   .j   Ready-Made Medicine.���������You nce<_  no physician for ordiaary ills when  you have at hand a boitl3 of Dr.  Thomas* Eciect-lc Oil. For coughs,  colds, sore throat, bronchial troubles.  it is invaluable; for scalds, *burns.  bruises, sprains it is unsurpassed:  while for cuts, sores and thc like it is  an unquestionable healer. It needs  no testimonial other than the use,  and that will satisfy anyone as to its  effectiveness.  Banish pain with iYiinard's JLinimcnt.  When everybody is doubtful or  scared���������then is the time to buy  a home,   good  goods   and   sound  se-  curuies.  Brain workers live long. Thomas  Edison, is 83, Sir Oliver Lodge is 79,  Bernard Shaw is 74, and other scientists and brain workers are well oast  cue   uu-Jcat    mat _.  Iq the current issue of a v.-ell known magazine there is an. article, bearing the title. "Do You Ever Get Off On the Wrong Foot? " which discusses  the problems of people who r.t some stage in their career come to tlie conclusion, that they are square pegs in round holes. ��������� In a word, that they do  not fit: that they ha\'e made a mistake in tne" choice of their business occupation or professional calling, and. as a result, are net making the progress  they feel they should make and their abilities entitle them to make.  On the other Jianci, ������ daily newspaper is at present running a, series of  short sketches of men who in their boyhood or early manhood had ambitions  along certain lines, but circumstances-, environment, fate-, call it what you  will, decided otherwise, and instead of being what iu those other days they .  "wanted to be," they have achieved success in radically different -walks of  life.  In this present period of world-wide depression, a temporary period  when we are for th'e first- time feeling and suffering the real aftermath of  the Great War, doubtless many people are asking themselves the question:  'Have I got off on the wrong foot? Am I a square peg in a round hole?  Should I make a change, abandon the business, trade of profession in which  I am or have been engaged and try something new and different?  Possibly at this time farmers. particularly may be inclined to indulge in  .such questioning as they contemplate the many vicissitudes which agriculture has undergone during the past two year:, as a result of climatic conditions, marketing difficulties, and a selling price for their products below the  actual cost of production. The present outlook may not look promising to  thera, any more than it docs to the city wage-earner. The question, however, which both classes must consider is whether, after all, any change  would be better.  For example, if thc man engaged in agriculture really likes farming  and a rural life, and that degree of independence resulting- from the fact  that he is his own boss, preferring these to the limitations of a salaried  position In town or city, the paid servant of others, and breathing the air of  congested centres of population, then he has not made a mistake; he is not  a misfit. Nor is tho city man in the wrong plneo if on his part the open-  air life and activities of the farm and the less strenuous life of rural communities makes no appeal to him.  Possibly in both city and country, and with men in all occupations axid  callings in life, some part at least of their dissatisfaction with their own  condition is to be found ln tboir failure to fully giasp all thc oppoi .unities  of their present vocation.  In the magazine article to which reference lias already been made, tho  story is told of a man hi middle life who, dissatisJied with hia position and  the progress he was making, eamo to tho parting of the ways*. An orphan,  forced to make his way at the age of thirteen, he took a humble pbuition in  ix food commission warehouse.      I" course of time he became a salesman,  progressive Esftevan  Three   New Industrial.  Plants   Operated At Recent Ceremony  The town of Estevan on September  24th opened three now indttstriai  plants at a ceremony attended by  some 300 leading business and professional men of Western Canada;  and "The Mercury," in a special issue, notes the recent progress of this  town of 3,000 persons, the extent of  whose agricultural and numeral  wealth is only beginning to foe realized. Among other things, it boasts  of having the only plant in Canada  making . stone-grey building brick  and of having the largest nurseries in  ! the Dominion.  Persian Balm is inevitably chosen  by discerning women. Delightful to  use. Subtly fragrant. Cooling and refreshing. Imparts a rare youthful  charm to the complexion. Invaluable  for softening and making hands flaw-  lesly white. Tones and stimulates  the skin. Useful for the family also.  Protects the tender skin of the child  and is excellent for the father as a  hair fixative and cooling shaving lotion.  er Two Children Had  S&������������finr_er Complaint  Mrs. J. _;.��������� MacDonald,'Glace Bay, N.S., writes:���������  "I am the mother of six children, and would not be  without-a bottle 'of' Dr.-Fowler's Extract of. "Willi  Strawberry in" the house. My two youngest were  very sick with summer complaint, and tlie re was  nothing I tried could equal that romedy, and X had  tried most everything, but thoy conld get no relief.  .* Dr., Fowler's'. made a change in both of lb em in  lesa than two hours."  On the market for the past 85 years; put up onlv  hy The T. Milbnra  Co., Ltd., Toronto, Oat.  GENU.ME INDIAN COATS  wUloIi nro at once usr.-.tl and ornamental. Strongly max.e o-  taest' buckskin, tlry c.itmccl and smoked, with welted senilis  unci fringed  shcmfrtarH and sLowves.  l.very coat is sruarjintoed to p;iv������ years of. satisfactory  wear :i������cl till*!, coupled with tho attractive appearance-, will  have a sstronj? appeal to hunters, trappers and others who  ro<iUir������* tho utmost; in wearinsr quality.  Made by the Chippowa and Oreo Indians lioru in th������  foothills, we liave a limited number tor disposal at. Uio reasonable price of S18.00 and ?20.00.  PosL Paid to any 1?. O. in Canada    -  J. A. BRISCOI-I, DEPARTMENT STOKE  Rocky Mpuntain House, Alberta  U.S.A. Mami-ucture.s For Manitoba  A apecial publicity campaign, aiming at the establishment of American  manufacturing- plants In the Province of Manitoba,,' is to be launched  by the InduHtrial- Development Board  of thc province  Mother.'.; can easily know whon  their- children arc troubled with  worms, and they lose no time In applying a vol Labia remedy���������Mothov  (..raves' .Worm' Exterminator.  The Aeroplane and Geodesy  acquired a family and a house worth four thousand dollars, unci at forty-two \ '        ������������������-  waa working lon# hours every day for forty doDn.a a week. An -opportunity ' ]>,.0i,iom (Jr M������������vev Work In Romoto  presented itself to become produce manager in a newly organized bufiiness ' .     . .    _    ��������� ������������������������������������ B,_ll.-ii  at fifty dollars a week, but ho waa required to invest two thouFmnd in the U-trt.lets Una -socii woi.ou  buRlno'sfl. Hp mortgaged his house io raise tho money, and took on tho new ��������� The aeroplane haa solved one of  job. But tlie promoter of the business was inaxpet'Jenced, and in ten month* the problems ol5 ihe Guudetie Survey  it failed, with the result that this.man lost his money and ruined his health ������ c'amida. In those districts which  by worry.      He then took stock of "himself." Ho reaUzod he knew a little *-"������.������������������������.  about a'whole lot of vegetables, but did not know everything there was to  know about any one of them. So, on tho advice of a friend, this .nan wont  hank to his old* ,-job and worked two yours more during wh'ch time he made  close and expert study of ono particular vogotable for which thoro was an  ull-yuur-miHul dtm.und, He learned where thc bent uailction wore grown,  and by whom; refrigerating methods; packing methods; costs; who bought  thai particular variety of vegetable; ways to use it; everything. Then ho  launched Into business In a rented dark basement dealing exclusively in  that ono particular vegetable. Today ho heads n huge and pro IU able business and Js wort!, hundreds of tliotnsands of dollars.  The point in just this: Is tho dlssatlailcd agriculturist farming In any  old way in hapliaznrd fashion, sowing any kind of seed, good and clean or  not; using any kind of sciub cattle, indifferent breeda of poultry, or other  farm tUoek? is'the dhtHiitl.s.led city arthsau, or clerk, or business man, just  drifting along, doing whst comes lo his hand, without giving n.ueli heed to  1.l.������ method or doing it? Ts the carpenter, for instance content to bo moroly  a "tmw fund hammer" man instead of studying ancl striving to become  fjfftelent and an expert'in his work? Ih the merchant plodding along lines of  least re������lstance but making no mental effort to study tho requirements of  hiw particular iWsid and the needs, even the fads, of his cuHtomers?  In a word, are we treating our present oeuupalkmn hi life merely and  solely as a means of physical existence in life, or are we finding some real  pleasure and satisfaction in the work itself? If the former is our approacli  to our work we will, of coun-tc, be d.sMuti.j.led with It nnd with ourselves, and  ultlmnte failure must result, If, on the other bund, the work Itself meaus  Mirrn'tlihi"!: to iih, and wo ..alu. a luniti hiUa.usL In it, .study Et and Its j>osslbili-  ��������� Ioh, constantly strive for' lis Improvement, I hen satistfacllou will result,  leading U* eontenl.n.onl. and in reasonable measure of jsuccohm.  are   traversed   by  neither roads  nor  railways, travel is slow and at times'  almost impossible. Obstruction la met  everywhere In measuring tlio points  in tho great triangulation not which  is gradually covering the whole oi'  tho Dominion. By moans of the aeroplane most of those di moult Ies have  been sot aside,  mm    ���������"������������������ ....... c .,   p^g^^^$j$g$^i  !������;jppp!i3$i^^  Western Rmprmsenfaitiiemi  HUNTER-MARTIlsr & COl, REGINA, SASK, *tf  TUB   REVJETV  A*.  l'A-������  CANADA III IJe  "IPRESENTEDM  CPJCAGOSHGW  Chicago, Ills.���������Canada is again expected" tp^xnaKeVah.4inpresstye -showing ��������� ih the International; Grain - and  Hay Show, tohbe-held.-at Chicago,  November 29 to' December 6-, in connection with tho International Live  Stock Exposition.. Already entries are  being received, sOrtfie from the most  distant parts of the * earth. . Three  samples of wheat have arrived from  New South Wales, according, .to the,  management.  Distinction for having made the  first entry in ihe rye and wheat  classes of the exposition this year  goes, to    a. Saskatchewan .grower,  f-f-lbgigO  __T  ������������������������������������������������  a war Mioi|l!0-is  __u_ies A.  iur of 5_ang������iani.   In the  rye   classes   of   the   1929   exposition,  Paur's sample ranked high.  Other successful Canadian exhibitors at the last exposition, who  are expected to take part this year,  were George Avery c.i Kelso, Sask.,  who had-reserve championship on a  two-rowed barley sample at the  1929 show; W. G. Gibson of L,ad-  ner, B.C., and William Darnbrongh  of Laura, Sask., who had champion  and reserve champion respectively  en field peas; Joseph. II. B. Smith of  Wolf Creek, Alberta, and.S. Lacom.be  Pa'c-HidtHit   Hoover   Wiii   Not   Permit  :   Shipment' ������1 Arms. To B-���������av.irEan  Rebels  Washington, D.C.���������President Hoover has issued a proclamation placing  ah embargo on the shipment of" munitions of %var to Brazil except faiths Fed e rail Government: a t Rio Do  Janerlo: In tsr.kihg:this step, the president acted upon the request of S.  Gurgel Do Omaral, Brazilian- ambassador,-and lined up the United States  Government definitely against the  rebel' forces In-': the southern republic  "Until this proclamation was issued  the -Brazilian revolutionists . were  free to procure arms and- munitions  in the' -United States from, private  manufacturers. So'far as the" state  department is advised, however, no  shipments have actually been made  to the rebels'.  ,,:. While: secretary Stirnsoh described  tho Brazilian, amtaass-aclur as optimistic, the fact that his government requested an embargo on tlie shipment  of arms to the rebels was genea-ally  construed as indicating that the authorities at Rio De Janeiro recognise  T__ANS-x4.TL__JS"TIO FLYER  Lake  tuz  m^^y fDISCUSS QUESriDN  Two   .fishermen   DroiV*- ^W_-eia   They  " ��������� leaped ITt&so. Burning' -flag. Sost'  Winnipeg, Man.���������From the blazing  deck of the tug "Magnus," four fishermen leaped "into the-chill waters of  Lake Winnipeg, near GLrhli. Two  were drowned, ami the oth _i? - .- pa.tr  were Ragged, half-dead,, froin thcicy  waller * by another r tug will en. rushed  to the ''"'rescue: The "Maghus" sank  after a gasoline explosion shattered  the craft from stem to steeh.  The dead:  Captain WUHani  Bjarnson.  Engineer Joe Bell.  y The rescue tug "Goldfield," summoned by frenzied blasts from the  ill-fated "Magnus' " siren, saved Martin Johnson and Qle __ardell} surviving members of the crew. Bodies of  Captain Bjarnson and Engineer  Beli have hot been recovered. The  tiny'.. gasoline-propelled launch-tug  had, caught fire below deck soon, after it left Gimii oh October 22, but  the   blaze  was    not  discovered    for  +****.  m  Hi  f 11 ttM ifa.y-hlLa.'f i  TA BDAIFIIiTrCC  Capt. J. Errol Boyd, Toronto flier,,  who,  with    Harry    Connor,    United \ some time, until  it  was   too   late to  States airman, successfully flew the ! halt progress ;of the flames.;  i Atlantic   in     aeroplane     "Columbia," I     The "Magnus," owned by the Arm-  that the uprising constitutes a grave | -^J������  who  v-as* forced "down lu Corn- ! strong Gimii Fisheries Company, was  threat to .the Federal Government.       j Wall from engine trouble, just a few I northbound for the fishing waters at  .     ���������������������������'- ���������- ��������� i miles  of  their   ultimate  goal���������Croy- Iiiie far end of Lake Winnipeg.  The  'osip&ne  ������11  don.  ! tug,   laden. with fishing  supplies for  ���������j the winter, will be a total loss.  Capt. Errol Boyd WUl JTot At-cmpl--1 AlttG]t_G!)-Ie ProdUCtiOIl  DoWH j      -'"nj_ll A���������,.M T_v_J_I._ Mail  Trip This Year   ��������� . " ��������� !. ?f !i! Iip6ll ISaIMS IKSI5  ' _       -       __.,_,.,_���������,.,)������_ ���������, _. -  -���������     ,~ ��������� .      , ���������    i   ��������� ���������     ��������� .'.   London, England.���������Gaptam J. Errol i Fewer   Cars  Produced In  September j  of Birtle, Manitoba, who ranked first | Boyd" and Lieutenant Harry P.  Con-  and    second    with   samples   of   Red'  Spring Wheat;     Eddie J.  Shank    of  Athabaska, Alberta, who won a blue j next.month, have definitely postponed j \n'any~mon7hl-its yea^r^twaVshown  in a report published recently hy the  Than Any Month' Iii the Year  or,  who were  planning  io  make  a j     Ottawa,    Ont.���������Canada     produced  return flight across the Atlantic early j fewer automobiles in September than  on an  early cats sample,  and many j the attempt until next 'spring  other    provincial    exhibitors    whose!     The two men who fiew to England  samples   placed   creditably   high    in [ from  Harbor   Grace,   Nfld.,   10   days  the competition. s ago> had beea pia-njng- to use -their  A-well known Canadian, Dr. G. *-| monoplane "Columbia" for the first  Christie, president of the Ontario \ round-trip north Atlantic attempt.  Agricultural College, Guelph, Ont., j When the airmen eventually make  and a director of thc International ��������� thle rettnn flight they wilE do so as  Live Stock Exposition, is in charge j owners of tlie "Columbia," for Shcr-  of the���������International Grain and Hay j win Cottinerham, aviation enthusiast  Show. Through, him Canada will be :\ in Montreal', has bought the veteran.  invited to send a judge of the small \ 'p3ano frcm Charles A. Lev:i_e and  grain classes. The Grain and ��������� ��������� Hay | presented it to Boyd and Connor on  Show will also have the active | condition that they do not fly the At-  support    of    the    various    Canadian; lantic  ao-ain this year. !  seed growers1 associations as well \ Boyd and Conner plan to sail for !  as the provincial departments of; Canada, October 21, returning to!  agriculture. ,   Y  Added "incentive      for     'Canadian  farmers   to participate   in    the   1980  English    Firms   Would    Bring  *"      . Workmen "fo Cajiada  Own  London, .England.-���������Before the Irb-  peidal Confei^nce^cbinmititee, uhdev  Lord Sankey, 'Lord High Chancellor,  ���������Canada is making a, stand for provincial rights. Hon; Maurice Dupre,  Canadian Solicitor-General, supporting tlie views held hy" Premiers  Ferguson and Taschereau, on Ontario and Quebec, respectively, holds  the provinces must first be consulted  before any amendments can be made_  to the British North America.- Act.  The question arose in the consideration, by the committee of the recommendations of the 1929 conference on  operations of dominions laws.  In effect, rthe. Canadian delegate's  stand pursued to its logical conclusion would lead to an interprovincial  conference or some other mode of  consultation before final action, on the  report of the 1929 conference.  The 1929 conference, composed of  legal experts from, the various dominions, was a belated aftermath of  the status resolutions of the 1926 Im- -  petial Conference. The 1929 gathering studied the conflicts in Dominion legislation and British. legislation and finally recommended an Imperial act be passed nullifying the  effect of the Colonial Laws Validity  Critics of these recommendations  claim they go further than mere repeal   of   the   Colonial   Validity   Act:  j y  j. England Jn . the sprlMg>  Ottawa, Ont.���������Admission to Canada of a limited number of skilled  textile workers is being sought by  Dominion Bureau of Statistics. The an English firm which has purchased j that in effect they, authorize an  total was 7,957 cars," bein<; 19 per 'a textile plant at Carlton Place. The j amendment to the Canadian concent, lower than for August, and 42 i mill, which has been closed for some j stitution. Premiers Ferguson and  per cent, lower than for September, i time, will be reopened shortly and j Taschereau both took the ground  1929. ! will employ 360 hands. Y 1 that  as ^Canadian confederation was  Likewise production figures for the! The company wishes to bring f rom ! a pact between the provinces, tlie  first nine months of the year showed j its home plant about 25 people. They j constitution cannot be amended  substantial reductions over ,1929 1^11 work ��������� on the manufacture of j without the consent- of the pro-  totals. To the end of September,! woollen coatings and-other-%eloth of vinces. Hon. Maurice Dupre is understood to be supporting this view  in the committee deliberations.  How the provinces are to be consulted has not yet been determined.  There is a belief that the principle  and precedent involved in the matter arc of greater importance than  the actual, issues at-*stake..-.-.'  Canadian    plants    produced    13S.6221 a   hh"1   never   before   made  in  this  ears, compared with 23B,S53 cars for j country.  thc   same   rjcrfod   last   year. This { '      :  - Nurses Save Child's Life  Belleville,    Ills.    ���������    Nurses at St.  j Elizabeth  Hospital  sitting    in    two-  j hour relays with   . a  finger    pressed  3ffgl!������g:\ tightly against an incision in the ex-  reduction amounts to 41 per cent,        j  .���������- , ., ��������� i- i  Customary   Two  ffliiBiiies  -!���������!  International Grain and Hay Show  will" be generous cash prizes offered  to Canadian winners by the Canadian Co-Operative Wheat Producers, Limited; the Canadian National Railways; the- Canadian Pacific  Hallway,   and     the     governments   of  L  Fh  __.OZ  King ->-x-s_cur uay  ternal jugular vein of Josephine Jar-  ,i_       n       ���������_     - _s -__. _.       Tn���������         ,_.���������������-1-T.-I1  Railroad Men   "Want   Shorter   Hours  With Same Kate Of Pay  Cleveland, Ohio.���������The seven railroad labor unions of" Canada and the  United States have taken the leacle--  Quebec. Ontario, Saskatchewan, Al-j ship of organized labor in the move-  berta and British Columbia. To the I ment seekin0- a six-hour wo7king <lav  Albertan winning a grand champion- j without reduction of pay.  ship in either wheats or oats, the J Officials of thc railroad unions cati  Calgary Board    of   Trade    offers    a j mated that tho proposed olx-houv dny  l������c������ple -ariSuue&feed.TO.-Mark Arrnistice !-, Y ,  A,      ,._LJ_,       .���������    ���������.     ^,.  Day As Usual . | have saved the little, girl's life. Fly  Ottawa, Ont.���������Canada will observe  the customary two-minutes of s'lence  on. the morning    of Armistice    i>ay,  Tuesday, November 11.      The following  statement  in  respect  to  it,  has  j been   issued   from   tho   office   of   the  i Prime Minister:  "In accordance .with  | arrangement's for  tbe  observance   of  ,.._ i Armistice  Day,     sanctioned'by    His  i Majesty the King, the people of Can  ing glass from the windshield of the  Jarvis car, driven by her mother, severed the vein and a branch of the  facial, artery, when the Jayvis������ car  and another collided.  Photograph Total Eclipse Of Sun  b_  ���������-* .a  ���������men  -MC*I_  Kirz-flci-  _ ���������      a a  jn_i_������9  nip   ���������������������������  Warliers  Worried  I>-_.aster To R-101 May Mean deduction In stair  Cardington, England.���������Eighfe hundred workers of the Royal Airship  works here and their families are un-  Niuafoti Island.���������Weeks of patient | dergoing an anxious time pending de-  waiting and this little island in the  South Pacific was rewarded Oct. 21,  when 41 photographs of a total  eclipse of tlie sun were taken successfully.  submitted."  B. H. Heide,  secretary  of  the  In- j working clay will be planned in detail j  ternational Live Stock Exposition at [ at a meeting of 700  representatives '  Chicago,  says:   "Growers should not j ol the railroad unions    in    Chicago,  be discouraged from taking part this ; Nov. 12.  year because    of possible    decreased j ';      '...'���������''.      ���������     .;  quality of their samples owing to un-:'^,,       -     . /������       ���������  favorable    growing    conditions    last' j. Sir . A_"IUlir ��������� ��������� LUITie'  summer, which    since the 'situation.! T   : XV *e   I_  ���������_*  I   ���������������    .*  was  general   to  the' NorthYAraericaj: 10   VlSll   MitlSf-   IlKlia  continent, will, I believe be generally j ��������� __...._.���������  reflected in most all of .the samploi. j (Jiioseu.: Aa. Canauji's, Ilep.<;sentutlvo  At Inauguration Ceremonies Of  Nee Delhi  Ottawa, Ont.--Tho Dominion Government has requested G on oral Sir  Arthur 'Curtie, commander-in-chief of  the Canadian forces during the, war,  to represent Canada at the ceremon-'  ies in connection with the inauguration .of Nee Delhi aa the" capital of  British. India .and tho opening of tho,  new government buildings there. Gen-  oral Currie has accepted the invitation and will undertnlco the mbsRlnn,  AT IMPERIAL CONFERENCE  Forming Farm Boards  To  Prairie  Provlnces   Stand   Heady  Help Fariners I^in^neliilly '  Winnipeg, Mtin.���������All three prairie  provinces stand ready, to,- assist 'west-  cm farmers in their/financial predlca-v  men. - brought )>n "by,'low''prices of  grain and livcstodk. Saskntchewnn  has had a debt-ad;fite<tment-bureau in  force for Homo; time find: Mnnltobn  now has. not ub a"! parallel board to  aid needy farmers and, ,to, effect fair  dlHtrJbutlou of credit a.t}d eollectiouH.  The nowost oi)t,vy Into thoUst Im  Alberta's agricultural' 'dovelbpmeht  bonixl, whoso formation has been announce d.  ������nlll-C!urel In Auto Accident  Birmingham, Eng. Mm_ A melita  CtUli-Curpl was - badly ' bruised and  suffered a .severu shaking up near  hel'O'when the ntitombblle bearing  among <jthoi's the famous soprano  and hor huuband, Homer Samuels,  ovortiunod. Tho party wore travelling  to Kings. Norton whoro the chauffeur,  mvo-vlh# to avoid a colli si on with an-  nKnor-war, lost control.  *mm ���������<tmm������*mimm 'm*m>ii*m**m������*m*Mmm*kmw*m***mm*m*m*mi^mmm a* t - n -.- -1 t t h -in���������-fir -n i u in., r - -    r ���������' .nr mi  W.     N.    U.     llittt  'I'line Ih* I-xtenileil  Edmonton, Albortti.���������Hon. Dr. William lOgbort will bo lieutonant-gov-.  ornor of Alberta until April 1, 1031.  Ills .Honor luw received notice from  Ottawa that his five-year term, which  ox pi rod in October, had been extended. Ho was asked i;o continue la of-;  flea owing to Premier Bcnnett'n  absence in England, and has consented, to do so, :     . .,  Ihinlt ilonoretl Old Note* '  'Searboro, Ont,���������At a local banking  Institution a now Canadian enterod to  make .a deposit. ' Tlio customer handed to tho teller a roll oi* bllht each  af dofunot and- merged banks, lnolud-j  Ing those Of the Ontario, Mtevlln^  Farmors, Homo and More hunts Brink,  J The notes will bo honored!,.  cision of the future of airship development following the disaster to the R-  101.  Officials of the works met secretly  and the fact they also kept their  conclusions, if any, to themselves,  served to increase the apprehension.  It is rumored there is a proposal  to cut labor down by 20 per cent, immediately and, in the circumstances,  the workers aro profoundly anxious  to sec an early commencement of  the official air ministry enquiry into  tlio R-101 disaster, delay in which ia  beginning to result in newapaper  criticism.  Shamrock Reaches Home  Battled Willi Bad Weather and  Stormy Seas All the Way Across-  Southampton, Eng,���������Battered by  terrific seas encountered on her way  across the Atlantic, tho "Shamrock  V." arrived minus hor original stoor-  ing wheel which was washed away  when she waa 21 hour,���������, cut of Bristol, Rhodo Islilnd.  Captain William, Greenock, who  brought the America's Cup challenger home, said that the yacht ran Into  bad weather practically all tho way  over. At times the boat was hold  to a standstill,  "It wan no pleasure cruise," he  eald. "I don't think tho weather  could havo been more unkind for we  struck a bad patch just after leaving  America."  The Shamrock will bn taken to ft  shipyard for tho winter. Ail aboard  were reported well.  Photograph,reproduced above bhowfi Prime Mlnialor Rnmwiy MaciDonaU.  fright},'of n.Bii't. Britain, .and Prime. Minister ll, h. Bmm������tl, of Onnaf1i������, ������h  they appoaveel chatting outside the foreign ofllce In London, Jiujt boforo tho  bitf empire conference waa clue to open.  OppoHCd To llrltlfth Policy  .TcnifuUem, Palestine.���������The National Council of Palestine .Tewti after __  meeting which Janted eight hours,  decided unanlmounly to, reject t.i_  British statement of pftllcy In l?al������rt-  tine and not to participate In th������  proposed legislative council. si.W,ir*:W,*- ?;������*������  IS55BS!  Je?-*?_>?*V<?^E3?>!fc3="  ���������Ti^feSKfSrtiSW?'  THE   Cf-ESTOH   REVIEW  Long distance  telephone  lends--wings -  to words  He was thinking about his  .amily in a distant town. How  fast his thoughts bridged the  distance between! If his words  could only travel as quickly, he  thought. How fine it would be  to have a little chat with the  dear ones at home!  Well words could travel as  quickly,���������with the aid of tht  Long-distance telephone. It's  almost like making the trip in  person, minus tbe extra time  and expense.  Whether the message is a  social or business one, the longdistance telephone lends wings  to your words.  ������__,J  HBSH������J  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the  undersigned, and endorsed, "Tender for  Wharf, KaslOf B.C.," will be received  until 12 o'clock noon, Friday, Novesnber 21.  -'O-.A     *fn"M   ***     ^  _-i__.������%#������_"*������-������rf_#"J_-ii'"������     *--P     __     vtvlim Va__nr������+  J_-**������Sl/>     iU_.       M        SZ    I.VllO-1  a__aU*_.WA-������       V*.        ������a_       p*lV    WVlll.  and   creosoted    timber    superstructure  wharf at Kaslo, Kootenay District, B.C.  .Plans and form of, contract can be seen  and specification and forms of tender  obtained at this department, at the office  of the District Engineer,119 Baker Street,  Nelson, B.C. .Victoria Builders Exchange,  Victoria, B.C., and the Building and  Construction Industries Exchange. 342  West Peisdpr Street, Vancouver, B.C.,  and at the Post Office, Kaslo, B.C.  Tendera will not be considered unless  made on. printed forms supplied by the  Department and in accordance with conditions contained therein.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to the ord er of the Minister of  Public Works, equal to 10 per cent of the  amount of the_ tender. Bonds of the  Dominion of  Canada  or bonds of  the  Local and Personal  Dr, McGinnis, Chiropractor, returned  : Creston oh Tuesday.  FOR SALE���������Two-wheel cart for Shet-  or Susy; sss!_!!���������- pony, a high grade  outfit that cost $65 new; in best condition, $10.   Apply ������.Q. Bos 82, Creston.  FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE���������  Sunday: .11 a.n.., Morning Worship;  2.30 p.m., Sunday Schooi; 7.8������ p.m.,  Evangelistic. Tuesday: 8 p.m , Prayer  meeting. Thursdas:^ _��������� p4m., Evangelistic. Friday} 8',?j$m., ifoung People.  Everybody welcoir^Y  The  apple; pab^hg  season    at    the  Creston   Co-Operative   Fruit   Exch nge  wou d up with a;l?Sance at the Parish  Hall   on 9M6nda0������;^ night    which    was  attended by abois||\iiity friend.- of the  packing house employees, and a most  enjoyable time wa#S-ad by all.  ' - '      - Y!  Word has just peached Creston  of the  marriage at Cranbrook lost week of Ben  |?~j._-._ - ������ ��������� ~~������������....-_..-. ---./i--.*- -*  uuiuicr, <.  LUiiUCi   ,~p������"*i a-a._rv.a  *.-_a__aaw   __  Creston. and son jc^slrs. Repsomer/- who  was   wedded; to;H3pMa  Hilba    Moberg.  | Both of the contra^ng parties ate from  duck and gease season to close at the end  of   November.   It    will    prevent    the  slaughter of many birds that spend the  winter on the open sloughs on the flats.  Wife, Gas* Scare! -vian  In Dead o������ Night  "Overcome by stomach gas ih dead of  night, I scared my husband badly. He  go* Adlerika and it ended, the gas."���������  Mrs. M. Owen. *    - ���������-__-���������  Adlerika relieves stomach gas in TEN  minutes! Acts on BOTH upper and  lower bowel, removing old p-isonous  waste you never knew was there. Don't  fool with medicine which cleans only  PART of bowels, but let Adlerika give  stomach and bowels a JRLEAL cleaning  and get rid of all gas! Creston Drug o_  Book Store.  H"������  ���������--������������������--������������������-������������������������������������-������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������i  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a���������_���������-������������������������������������������-Q  ==   e-fc.  we have a Truck sunaoie for every juu  General Cartage, Contract Hauling, Ma-  cniliwrv,  TUT 1  VV UUKA  Supplies, Grayel.  Material.  T-a-iilralrarr  _,uu_i,.g .  Kootenay Telephone Oo,  L.IVi.TED  WANTED TO  RENT���������Ranch of ten  or more   acres,  must   have   house   and.  other   buildings.    Write   to     Box    271  Review Office, Creston. 1  Canadian   National   Railway  Company  wiil also- be accepted as security, or bonds \ Wardner, wh*>re tl^will reside,  and a cheque if required to make up an  odd amount.  NOTE���������Blue prints can be obtained  at this Department by depositing an  accepted cheque for the sum of $20, payable to the order of the Minister of  Public Works, which will bs������ returned if  the intending bidder submit a regular bid.  By order.  N. DESJARDINS,  Department of Public Works.  Ottawa, October 24, 1930  0____*.���������,_.,.  _������-_-, _.aa. J..  FOR SALE���������Ford touring car, in good  shape, $100.    F. W. Ash, Creston.  FOR SALE���������Young pigs, 6 weeks old,  $5.50 each.   Bert Yerbury. Camp Lister  _. ������. _ ._ ,- - ������  ���������ila.aV l*>    *l    -*1  ��������� A aa af^ama__aa*---aa_aaaaWjaaaaaaalaaaaaW---^^0>a'A m,t~l n ^a--aA-aaa--M^_>^-----a----aaa--__a___,  VTi/f A c  yiir_/_*j.  4  <  4  ���������.      _  A T>J>T J7C   /.>*.  E    __    JL___.*J      JW/  in GREAT BRITAIN  We are again in position to deliver for you 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)  iwrci/vi Ua>/_r KL.U -  junathan  -  MJKHtJiuus  All orders to be in our-office by Nov. 20th.  Names and addresses must be typed or plainly printed, and  orders accompanied by remittance at par Creston.  We will deliver growers' own apples, properly packed, addressed and wired for shipment for $2.50 per box. These must  be delivered to our local not later than November 1st.  Associated Growers of B.C. Limithd  *_^^-W-_a__,t������_f  a    -\mT  *.  4  p _L-V* V^ta  Apple packing, came to an end at  Creston Co-Operative Fruit Exchange  warehouse on Saturday. While the crop  handled is much the same as a year  ago, the shutdown comes earlier, due the  fact that more apples are being stored  this year than for several season's past.  NOTICE���������This will inform that I  have purchased the business and building of the Ding Laundry, Fourth Street.  Creston, and will take possession on  November 1st. Anyone to whom the  former Ding laundry owner owes money  please call at once and have settlement.  MAH  LEE.   -  of  The Ladies* Guild of Christ Church  was greeted with 24 tables of players at  their bridge in the Parish Hall on Friday  night, at which the high score prizes  went to Mrs. Mallandaine and W. M.  Vance, with second prizes awarded H.  Cornwall and Miss Beulah Penson. The  cash intake was in the neighborhood tf  $50.  v  If patrons of the Grand have ary  picture or pictures they would like to _se  on the screen at Creston every effort  will be made to secure them if they will  write the manager of the Grand giving a  list of the desired films. Manager  Rodgers will be in Calgary the latter  part of next week and will book the  asked for pictures if they are available.  Letters must reach him by "Wednesday  noon.  Creston Valley orchardists are asked to  attend a meeting in the United Church  basement at 2.S0 on Monday afternoon,  FRUIT HAULING a Specialty  _b' . 40  Reasonable charges.  Competent drivers,  We finish our work on time.  1   Wi CUKbA 1 sPI  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  H-������_,  aa ���������an bsbbe  seasesgeaaaBBBBi  EJ  November 3rd. ��������� This is called  the  ���������T'fT-yy^'vvyyy  ���������^*y*^'^'*fvmr.%t'>^'mfv  ���������ryrT'T'frr  ^_a.*.4.4.*.Ai_.A.-.*iA, m\- ��������� . a-._L.A- _.--.--.--L-A-A��������� A..���������,--l-_��������� A-���������,-*_- _.- A-���������l. A. ���������.-A . *.-���������..���������,-i  A! 4HI  They both go together, so we are giving one away  with every two ton coal order. Order your coal now  and get a Coal Pail, and also try the new JEWELL  Coal. Our customers say its the best coal that has  ever been here, and we urge you to try it.  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  GLENDALE CREAMER Y BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BVRNS' IDEAL FOUL TRY FOOD  purpose of drafting resolutions to be forwarded the B.C.F.G.A. immediately,  with similar action being taken all over  B.C., the idea being to get all resolutions  in hand early; have them all printed and  all of them sent to each local for final  consideratian at the December meeting,  so that delegates attending the annual  convention in January will be quite fully  informed on all resolutions coming up.  During his one day stay here at the  end of the week, Bryan Williams, chief  game warden of the province, was interviewed by quite a few who are interested  in game conservation To a number of  members of the Rod and Gun Club Mr.  Williams explained that revenue collected locally did not justify employing a  game warden at Creston the year round.  Mr. Williams was commended on the  1980   regulations that provide for the  BURNS &C0MP  ��������� aF'W'W'W'WaF   I'f1*1  ������������������������������'���������������  ���������W-VW"  '*f'W  f^'4mfi*^4mw*mmm**mmm*mym4m*f4*^^*m*0r.*^amm  ��������� A.-..-1. A.  a_aaaa___aaaa___aaa-_-aa-_a_  iMaaaaaaa-Maa*  --.-,_    -._-._-��������� ���������-���������_,-.-..-..A-  The Consolidated Mining &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd.  Office, Smelting and Refining Department  &RAI������*9 Svstzsn Columbia  Smelters and Refiners  STON  TRANSFER  reg;watson  ALBERT DAVIES  ~9m    mm   yy yi yi *m n*m)-ir<m**imm * yiaaaj ��������� MnyiMi y "^"HP-lfaj iyifiini|i m������a,nH|i "m- im* " L|_f w ijii ��������� 1     _ _j _  NOTICE  Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.  Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig'Lead and Zinc.  TADANAC BRAND  faHNMWa������������������5|fWajni  mmm*B-mpmi*Mf ���������yl������������3������a������������yy������������������ay_������y'W)ya|^^ ityinywyryi  *  yyv  THE 1930 FORD OFFERS  Bigger Value for the Mone y  The new models with larger, roomier bodies and new body  lines cannot be equalled for comforfc, power, beauty or stamina  and the new low prices make them them the biggest value 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  our Mechanics know how to handle it I  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  PUBLIC NOTICE is. hereby given c,  thei ntention of the owners of Lot 77 _  Group 1, Township 7, We_t Kootenay  District, to forthwith present a Petition  to the Lieutenant-Govcrnor-in-Council  for tho formation of the ��������� 'Boundary  District" under the Dyking, Drainage  and Development Act.  G. J. GARRETSON, Commissioner.  CHAS. KIRK, Commissioner.  DUDLEY ROGERS, Commissioner.  C.eaton, B.C., October 14,1030.  We invite you to inspect our  new stock of  *mmmmmm <      ��������� iM  Men's  mBm   jssM mMmjmmjmmamMk ^r^^^m Jj^^jR* ^*JH|^r^^^H"^B mmlmm mmuSm B^^T^ty  mmmtmW* m*f       ������Kjj^l^||jpr iffO-it        ffij^__f wp'fflffl ^Kg^w ��������� jfim <_Jf^_P  whicb have just^arrived ! .  No west Shapes.  Nice assortment of sizes.  Prices are r   "  x  i  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMI-H    o.     MAXWELL  SERVICE ON AMVTHINta OPCWATEC. BV G.ASOLINE  Shce and   Harness   Repairing  mSBm  .#11 If  You want to build up an  estate, of couree. There 'is.  only one practical laray.  Begin with a Savings Ao  count. Deposit regularly,  "In an astonishingly short  time''you will have accumulated a fund that 'will represent the foundation of  an estate.  Any branch of this bank  will wclcomeyour account  ���������  404  miim W ��������� immM  HEADOmCR - TGwONTO  Capital and Roserva $15,000,000  ^UTOBTON IIUANOTT       J. R. W, OLOWTCB, MarmBtir  Ilvanohoii at. Invormoro, Oranliroolc anil Pernio,  imaifii  ���������H  iial  ������������������_������������������__"-_���������"������������������-  S&IBE  ^*!W(������w^S������^WW,!W^^  -_m_-- THE  CBESTON  REVUm  Dr, McGinnis* Chiropractor, returned  to Creston on Tuesday.  FOR J5AL__^-8g.55 calibre Winchester  rifle, lever action, iri good condition, $10.  Apply r.Q.ZtSox 82, Creston.  "Fall-,  line of  FACE  r**r\wjtw* ik  ^*v^i������_ur --  at  Mrs. Geo. Strong  is  a  visitor  with  branbrook Mendr this week. "   V  " FOR SALE���������Ford "touring car, in good  shape, $100.'   P. W. Ashy Creston.  ��������� To-night is hallowe'eh.   Look -well to  gates and other movable pr opprty.  Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hayes are Spokane  visitors this week. leaving yesterday.,  FOR SALE���������Young pigs, 6 weeks" old.  $6.50 each. - Bert Yerbury, Camp Lister.  Mrs. Hurack was a visitor, with  Spokane friends last week, returning ois;  Friday.  Provincial police It. H- Hassard was a  Kaslo' visitor  on   Saturday on official  business. - Y,;~ ��������� ���������'���������������  Mrs. Howard Allan of, Trail is a  visitor this week with her parents* Mr.  and^Mrs. Jas. Cherrington.  FOR SALE���������Heavy team, harness and  wagon.   Can   be  seen at Fred Powers  ranch.   John Bird, Camp Lister.  I9S9S   <ft mm- ^Sm^Omm G&T -W-HrmpI  il_--iiamBT--S   ii%  __ vTpIrl  11 mmm .-m- M-m B_r  "#iSir  4a&      akat_F  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, the 3rd. day of November, 1930, at the hour of  10 a.m. at the Court House* Nelsong B.C., I will sell at public auction the Crown-granted mineral  claims in the listliereinafter set out, of the persons in said list hereinafter set-out, fdr delinquent taxes  unpaid by said persons on the sOth day of June.1930, and for int������-rest, costs, and expenses; including  the cost of advertising said sale/ if the total amount due is not sooner paid.      -  LISTOF PROPERTIES [All in Kootenay District]  Name of Owner  Name of Claim  Lot No.       Taxes  Int.  Costs and  Expenses  TOTAL  Miss Isabel Burnett  newing acquaintances  _T_1_   la  this  each.  Creston Drug* Bookstore  ��������� aa a ���������������������������aiMimiaiviiiiii ���������������������������������_������������������-��������������������������� "���������<Q)  Men's  in   Creston  weekv a guest- of Miss Ada Lewis.  Miss Eileen Hendy left on Thursday  last for San Francisco, Calif., where she  expects to spend the winter with friends.  ROOMS   FOR    RFNT���������Front    bed  room, newly furnished, bathroom, $10  per mtfnth.    Mrs. Maud Ross,  Creston.  COW FOR SALE���������Holstein, very  gentle, good milker and bred to pedigree  Jersey.   A Stuart Evans.   Camp Lister,  t* r������ ���������     -  ' Miss. Ethel Lewis; who has been on a  visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Frank Lewis, .^returned to Trail on  Friday.  Mrs. E. Fennessey of Cranbrook, who  has been on a visit with her parents, Mr.  an&~_i_i{_. Geo. Strong,'returned home on  Tuesday. '  WANTED���������Experienced man from  the Okanagan wishes to rent an   orchard  NELSON MINING DIVISION  a  ������  Constance M. Sutherland, Henry H.  Nell, Chas. R. Holmes and John A.  Glbson   ,;.;.._...���������.���������r. . .......  New Gordon M. Ss M. Co. :._ i.._....,  David Edward Grebe ...,.-:���������,.,,.,.....  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd., N. P. L. ....  Margaret E. Metcher Estate .....;.���������..���������  Clarence C. Ladd Estate ���������:...������������������..���������   Clarence C Ladd Estate ...���������.._._!.. .  Iron Mountain Ltd. .._...���������..���������........���������.���������....-  Koatenay Gold Mines Ltd,,. N.P.L,. ....  Iron Mountain Ltd., N.P.L. .... ..  Iron Mountain Ltd., N.P.L. ......   Iron Mountain Ltd.. N.P.L.  Constance ��������� ___. - Sutherland,  Holmes,   Henry H. Nell,  . Gibson. ..��������������������������� .������������������:-���������-������������������-.._���������  Miss Annie R. Allan ...   Henry ;H.   Nell,   Chas.   R.  Constance  M.  Sutherland,  Annie Q..   Antonio  ..   C-_5_������.  John  A.       6339  _...._....__���������_������   3276  io/voc  ���������������������-������������������->>-**-_-.���������*_     ���������_ODv>   ... 1699  .  5142    5143  Dodger ......  .:  12083  Election .... '���������. ;  2559  Emerald . . . g������73  . Emerald, Fraction .......  9074  Empire ... ....���������  12086  A___VJUa_   -.���������.-..-... . ....  Blue Grouse ..............  Bryan      Clarendon       Clarendon Fraction  Gem   ..,  Gladys  3������3!  2074  Holmes,.  John A.  The new fall range  has arrived. Call  Iii and look them  over. They feature _tl I th'e^neWest  patt erns'st4! d styles  v       CMESTON ";V  m  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'laiiaaii  i-���������---_���������a.a  in    Creston    district.    C.     Macdona|d������  Naramatta.   B.C.  - FOR SALE���������Stock saddle, also bridle,  in good condition; Magnet cream separ  ator;   washing machine hand-or power.  Wr Ridd, Canyon.  Miss Edith Couiing of Creston Bakery  sales staff is enjoying a week's vacation,  which she is spending at Vernon, a gtfest  of Mrs: Ivan Staples. r  , Miss Marion McDonald of the telephone central staff, is away on a two  weeks' vacation at Crawford Bayi* a  guest of Miss Lorna Lytle  ''v__'t the' service in Trinity United  Church on Sunday evening high school  principal,'' F." P. Levirs, wiil giversi-  address on the "Relationship of Church  and School." -  FOR SALE���������2 sets McCormlck-  De^ring bobsleighs, new, 2 and 2H-inch  runners 1 nearly new McCormick-Deer;-  ing 3x3J^-inch running gear nearly new;  1 nearly new rM cCoroiick-Daerang. .cream  separator No. 2.    V.M.Va_seur,Creston.  Iron Mountain Ltd., N. P. L    Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd, N. P. L   _��������� ji ,���������a_a_   at������--��������� _._   "J a      -T     ���������*     -  ___OtcilJ->  ������jruiu.-KUa-c~ lmai, j.'). r. a-.. ......  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd, N. P. I*..���������  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd, N- P. L. ...,-  James B. Rowley ���������_ ���������.......-^. ....  Iron Mountain Ltd , ���������--���������  Iron Moantain Ltd, N=P=L. ....   Iron Mountain Ltd., N.P.L. .,   Iron Mountain Ltd ������������������.. ������-������-  Iron Motuntatn Ltd.  ..   Iron Mountain Ltd.  _ ..���������.���������.   Gordon C Lindsay ...-���������_ ....���������  Iron Mountain Ltd    Rose K. Hackney...���������.  ���������.���������������-���������-���������  New. Gordon M. *fe M. Co. Ltd..���������....   Kate O. Constable - ���������....��������� ._���������..  Iron Mountain..Ltd., N.P;L.: ........  E. C. Wiagge, A. H- Tutue, R. B. Ciiandy  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd., N. P, L. ���������  Ma-rcs^reft Gausdall ���������..���������, .���������..,.������_...-���������  donstance M. Sutherland, Henry _s.  Nell,   Chas. R,   Holmes,   John   A.  Gibson ..-:....���������.....���������..���������.-. ..���������;....���������....-...���������  Iron Mountain Ltd.   -���������  Sheep Creek Consolidated Mines Ltd  ,; ;)tN..p.;L4  fla-^,---  S&mUXXPJtJ-  CN.P.L.)  Golden King     Gqld Standard    Granite  ���������.i...._ ..   ������-._.- _______   -an __a   vnccuuuiu  X'iOAi-HJljl    ..  Ha_"dscrabble    ._   . Hardup   . .-..   ;Hom_stake ... ........  ^Invincible   i a_PCJl__H3y . ' *.������*__���������_���������������_*-_���������.������������������_������*���������*������������__���������.������������������������___!  Job Trotter  .......   3624  9071  2550  ������a������*/\������  <-___  102  2557  __9S  12084  9070    12085  King, Alfred ......     3368  King Solomon      3369  Last Chance ..... ........... 12116  Long Tom  ...... .      386  . Mark Tiapley  ���������   12117  _LV___l_tUU     *0- "   ���������--*-������-----������������������������---���������������-_-������* (4_^_--tT_e.<t..9B--->- JL_I%_3  Monday  ......    3277  Montana  .... ,.���������..... . .    2349  ���������j. Morning ...... , ,....���������.... ���������...    9075  ; _������_.   S.    .. .... .���������........ ... ... .. 291S  -Myemer ..I ....  Nevada Fraction ...  2558  5933'  ���������AiA-a--aai.A.<-._L������a-. A._>.-L. A ._,._, ..V . _.. aa. A. A.-..-> . a..-i.-i.-L.->. A . A.-> .-I. B..  ��������� i-.a-.  ��������� -L. A.A.aV.  SF YOU ARE LOOtfm& FOR A BARGAM  -- ������������������'������������������������������������ JfifMtf*EiT'  About Three Thousand Feet of strictly No. 1 8-inch  SHIPLAP, 8.ffcsot lengths, at $20.00 per thousand.  Also some   No.   1   FLOORING and   V-JOINT  at  $15:00 per thdusa-id.  "Tiiece prices only good until this stock is sold.  Nowell       3838  Pickwick    , . 12087  v*������ca?a_   -    .������������������  Planet  JIS���������.0���������   T.4-rt  11745  Planet Kto. 2 ....  Fooriiitiri' ...................  Portepin   Red Rock Fraction  11746  101  .5036  2S51  Ltd.  . & M. Co. Ltd.  Robber  King     Royal Canadian   _&qysl Canadian    Rustler   ..-..���������...    3275   ._.������������������ 1    3274  3626  633  -_������ _t  nradtion.;    9072  Storm King     3625  Sunshine       9076  Skylark    *,���������    4994  C_E_fA-,S*   O*    -RODGERS  ,���������pV_pj^_������<0���������prw,^_pA__w������������������p(|,p0W���������pW������������^r������������������^.M^^Mp  MH������M������H|r������B|f������w������iam������*w>������f^  **m0***mF*mMfmyM***wm,m  ^^J^^^oSaaaSaP ^Mg^CT  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd. SNJPL.) .-���������  Frank Desaulnler & Esper S. Larsen ....  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd. (NPli.) ���������  Constance M. Sutherland, Henry H.  Nell,   Chas.  R.   Holmes,   John   A.  Gibson . -.���������.._,.......���������:..~.���������-.���������f-   Margaret Gausdal ��������� ,..-.   Iron Mountain  New Gordon M  New Gordon M. & M. Co. Ltd.    Shamrock  Sheep Creek Consolidated Mines Ltd.  ���������������������������IN.. P. i_.Ji   -��������� -    o___.i.ui-_.u,  Iron Mountain Ltd. <N.P.L.D    Standard  Constance I������_. Sutherland, Henry H.  NelL   Chas.  R.   Holmes,   John   A.  . Gibson ..........  Iron Mountain Ltd., N.P.L.   Harry E.' Wennerlund .:......��������� ������   Constance M. Sutherland, Henry H.  Nell,   Chas.  R.   Holmes,   John   A.  ��������� Gibson ...'....., ..i..M..j........������.....~....������ ���������  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd. "[N.P.L.)   D. Mc Arthur, P. Chapman, I. G. Nelson  &. C. D. Jarvis ............;.;....-.������..  - Transvaal       5300  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd. (NJPJL.). ������.~. White      2556  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd. (N.PJU)    White Swan     2549  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd. (N.PL.)    White Swan Fraction     2554  Andrew Wappl ���������   Archer    3202  Queen Victoria Consolidated Mines Ltd. Butterfly Fr    6876  Queen Victoria Consolidated Mines Ltd. Elk    2081  Queen Victoria Consolidated Mines Ltd.  Queen Victoria Consolidated Mines Ltd,  Queen Victoria Consolidated Mines Ltd,  Queen Victoria Consolidated Mines Ltd,  Mrs. Elizabeth Ilawklns and Oaxlton  Currier ...-.,.<.....: ...������ ������������������������������-  Queen Victoria Consolidated Mines Ltd,  10.50  1250  13,00  7.75  8.50  8.75  12.25  10.25  13.00  10.50  850  105-5  12.75  13.00  13.00  8.50  4a _,_  _._,������������  5.25  4.75  1S.C0  9.50  11.25  9-25  12.00  5.25  12.50  12-25  11.75  8.2R  9.25  5.00  5.75  7.75  3J50  4.75  12.50  11.50  8.25  7.00  K OR.  a..������.w  10?if5  6.25  12.75  5.25  10.00  13.00  13.00  Ml #_\  J&.  .29  .35  *.2S  !36  .22  .24  _24  .34  28  .36  -39  -24  _g5CJ*  .35  .36  .36  .24  _^������n  .15  .13  .35  __6  31  .26  .33  .15  .35  .34  .33  .26  .14  46  .22  .10  ������������.  .-a)  .35  .32  _23  Tamarac ....  Tamarack Fraction  6338  2552  Emma  2306  Xi-una Pr  6877  Kirunn     6878  Monarch  2082  ���������*       ��������� ���������!' i '  Monument    5012  Queen Victoria      368  3.50  13.00  11.75  12.50  12.75  8.25  11.25  5.25  13.00  2.50  8.25  6.00  13.00  3.00  4.50  9.00  7.00  12.00  5.25  .19  .15  .30  .17  .35  .15  .28  .36  .36  .10  .36  .33  .35  .35  .23  .31  ,15  .36  .07  ,23  ,17  .36  .08  .13  .25  .19  .33  .15  13.75  13.75  13.75  13)75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  --.Ii*  13,75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13175  13.75  13.75  13.75  ������_������ BB  X ������?.!������>  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.7S  13;75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  *%.%*f*ma0  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13,75  13,75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13:75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13,75  13,75  13.75  13,78  i*,75  13.75  TRAIL CREEK MINING  DIVISION  C.  Simmons  F-a;fes  w ^   .jittfpnS'*  >_XE1M������������R  VaMp'a*m at yVemt Saint John  Dep^rU WmmpEG 10.00 a.ml  D������c Z ,_V Dt^*������^rYo.l(   -   .   S.lllnj D*e.B B  '      0 -      ;   ������.   ���������������K|Uci_tu)n������l -       ������ ������    12  w  18 - ������YMMh-II   -   -       "        ������    18  ���������>k,y      (oi������GI������*K^������D������lfa������t������Uf*rpool |  D������e.lO   -    Monlclarf) -   -   .   .   S.iliii. D*cj13  .;lf%ai^l!^i^;.^������ii������������������'fti������������*t'^ !'���������  ,   ||al___Ha������|W|d-aaW)Ula������aiaWB������l������|a%aaipMMaaM|BM  "J CkMin^ctlul ^t1l_ncaj^cittl S  ^UmMm*������mm*ammmmim������mMmUhl*imWmmmtmmmm^*������  J S^lkm'iwWmm^rpatlMlimfr i'  V. B. MARTIN Croston, T. W. DUNDY, ElloteM  (_P__l#fe.-_lMfl _3Jh_l   ���������Bfai-f** wm'-_P  - ���������;M^i_^T7* ^jj7ir���������jjj^ <|!���������|"."Mi^r.   'JUT^ill^   ^^!5^^^^ ***^**m -B������|a-ai������*^B������ *******> m***m*ti F^af^afaafj       *Mmmmmmmj ^al|^a^_���������" a_aaiata������ tmrnmrnt   MMafji mwmmimmr  Roland  Allen   and  V.  Hewitt Bostock ���������   3j>ltee-e Min-ng Co. Ltd.  (N.P.L.> ........  Mrs. Isabella Porteath, Nicholas Mlch-  , aely, Roland Gosse and Jas. Barnes ..  Spltzce Mining Co. Ltd.  (N.P.L,)     Hewitt Bostock -_���������������������������������������������������  Mrs/Isabella Porteath, Nloholas Mlch-  aoly, Roland Gosse and Jos. Barnes ..  8. L. Wnliams ������������������*���������������<���������    Hewitt Boato_k ,.���������...... r "   Howltti Bostoolc   efmitli Ely,,; Jr ������ *  Samuel W. Portcafch.   Hewitt. Bostock   Spi-KGO Mining Co. Ltd, (N.P.L.)    Mrs. Isabella Porteath, Nicholas Mich-  aely and Jas. Barnes ...;   Com, r>. Rneclor   Rossland White Bear Mining Co.  Alice L - 4331  Beachwood    938  r-orhy  908  Dowdrop Fraction   1047  Fool Hen ..  ~  3297  Glass Pendray  ,. .���������:  041  JE_attic    ������...  1054  Highland  1049  XjOSb   a-aJOy    mm****-********'****���������****���������***************** \\rkmm  UfaKnolla  943  Pai*is Belle  531  Rlchmord     1508  Silver Star - '��������� 039  Spitaeo Fraction  2520  _���������������������������������������������������������-*���������������������������������  Sunbeam Fraction  Sunnyslde      Wiiite Bear    6008  1503  11-0  10.25  12.00  12.25  2.00  8.00  8.00  8.00  12.75  7.28  6.50  8.00  7.75  11.78  2.50  2.75  4.50  7.75  .20  M  M  .06  .22  .22  .22  .35  .20  .18  .22  .23  .07  .on  ,i������  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.76  13,75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.70  13.70  1S.75  18.78  1S.75  13.75  19.75  13.75  24.54  26.60  22J?S  27.11  21.72  22.49  22.74  26.34  24_28  27.11  24J54  22.49  24.28  26.85  27.11  27.13.  22.49  -1 rt> Aa  _.j;uo  19.15  18.63  27.11  23.51  2SJ.1  23.26 .  26.08  19.15  26.60  26.34  43ag.O_  2������__  23-26  18.89  19.66  21.72  17^5  18.63  26.60  25.57  22-23  20.94  -A 4C:  _<7.xu>  24.80  20.17  26.85  19.15  2*08  27.11  27.11  17,35  27.11  25.83  26.60  23.85  25J31  1910  27,11  16,32  22,23  10.92  27pU  10,38  18.38  23.00  20.04  26.08  19.15  24-28  20.08  20.34  10.D1  21.07  21.07  21.07  26.8S  21.20  20.43  21.07  21.72  25.03  10.32  10.50  18.38  91 .*/*  Dated at Nelson, B. O., tl.la 0th days ol Ootober, 1030.  B. U. TOWNSEND,  Provlnolal Collector.  PrintecJ Butler  Wraps Always  in  Stock  at The Ftevtew  ��������������������������������� ^....i .Kirti-i** ^���������.t<-4^r0'.Jt)'-u*;'f ���������*'���������"������������������/*,<.' ���������"' ���������'-'(���������',. '    ,    i ' REVIEW.    CRICSTO-Sr.   15.  O.  No other sweet Ias_-  so long, costs so little or  does so much for you.  bBSst BS-.13  H.ll_f  ��������� Promotes good- _������eal-h. whoa used  regularly after every meal.  ��������� _-_������ __#���������������������  *_.-_������������������%*-._���������-  s>.ti-i--_a     ������._._-* %^mmm.p  ���������weetens mouth and breath* and  strengthens the gums.  Your health  is  aided     _^*%,  while your pleasure is served.  Good and  Good for You  .Jk..  cm;  MEAL  Jap Chauffeurs Have Assistants  i  A. Q. Williams, a New York visit- ]  ur from Osaka, Japan, says that in ]  the big- Jap cities taxied have ehauf- i  i'eurs and assistant chauffeurs one to ;  drive and one to watch the road, ihe '  populace swarming over the high- ;  ������**ays with do thought of danger. I  Relief Activities  Hon. Howard McConnelL Reviews Relief Work In Saskatchewan  -brought Areas      .  Details  of  relief  activities   in  the  dried-out areas of Saskatchewan undertaken  by the  Provincial  Government and by the municipalities affected, with governmental aid, are given  in. a statement issued for publication  by Hon. Howard McConnell, Provincial Treasurer and Minister of Municipal Affairs    in the    Saskatchewan  Government.   Text  of  the   statement  j follows:  "In connection with relief given to  farmers in.the dried-out areas of our  province last year, the Provincial  Government distributed $919,000.  This was made.up as follows:  1.���������Freight paid hy province  on fodder shipped to  such areas    $450,000  2.���������Relief    roads    built    by  province in such areas . .$350,000  ���������3.-���������Relie������ provided by Government for flour, fuel  and fodder together with  seed grain in Local Improvement Districts in  such areas   rSSTTRS  STATEMENT  $119,000  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  NOVEMBER 2 .  Golden. Text: "Now. when they he-  held the boldness of. Peter'and John,  and had perceived that they were unlearned and ignorant men, they marvelled ; and they took knowledge of  them, that they had heen with Jesus."  ���������Act 4.18." " ' '    j  Lesson: Mark 8.27-29; Luke 22.31-  34; John 18.25-27; 21.15-17. .'..>.���������<  .--' DevotioEial Reading: Philippians 2.  1-11.  Hon. Howard MesConnell, Provincial  Treasurer and Minister of Municipal  Affairs in the Saskatchewan Government.  year in  granting  relief  to  the   residents of the dried-out areas, will np-  Total  $919,000 j proximate  $2,500,000.    The    Govern-   * j ment  is  receiving  from   the  Federal  "The rural municipalities in such j Treasury the sum of $500,000 for re-  nreast contributed $1,95-1,000 for the j lief purposes in the dried-out areas,  relief of farmers in such areas, par- I This   $500,000,   it  will- he   seen,   will  only take care of a small portion of  UTTERLY WORN OUT  Women Weakened By Worry  | the  money    which  the    Government  j has   spent   this   fall   and   is  spending  : for such relief in such areas.  i      "The Federal Government is furth-  MI don't want to won y, cut I can i  help it," said a woman recently when  told to take things easy and not  worry. It is the duty of every woman  to  save  her strength  ticulars of which are.a.s follows  1.���������Sums advanced by municipalities to ~ farmers  within their, border*? for  relief purposes to purchase flour, fuel and . . ���������_..... - ._  ftiddpr                                    si T-.o fifiii i er assistme:    Saskatchewan    in    the  ���������- ^_*\4 a.*- _.- __ .      -.a_--.a^_*_     ���������     ���������      *     ������      _   ^*  ���������.  a   w    _*   w i ^*  **r   _'      , ���������_���������*  2.���������-Sums advanced by muni- J matter of unemployment by a furth-  eipalities     to     farmers < cr   contribution   of ��������� $1,000,000   to   be  resident      within      their ,Kpri   in  ..oci-frinp- tn  nav .for  certain  borders for seed grain .$   204,000.  MSfJ ��������������������� assisting to pay tor certain      public works to take care of unem-  Total    $1,954,000 j pioyment in the municipalities of this  "Urban  Explanations and Comments   -   -  Peter's Great Avowal, Mark 8.27-  29.���������"Who do men say that I am?"  Jesus suddenly asked His disciples  when on their way to Caesarea  Philippi. "John the Baptist," they  answered���������so Herod the tetrarch had  said, Matthew 14.2; "and others,  Elijah (Matthew 7.10; Mai. 4.5, 6);  -iu- -uiei's, ������_>������_ ui mc ^������������opnets.  "But who say ye that I am?" Jesus  next questioned. "A photographer  makes his sensitive plate, exposes it  to just the rays of' light that he  chooses, dips it into the proper solutions, and holds it up to the light to  see if his picture is there. What else  did this Great Teacher do on that day  but hold up these souls to the light  to find out if the reflection of the Son  of God were fastened there ?"���������J-. M.  Stiller. And Peter answered for all  the disciples, "Thou are the Christ."  Peter's Over-Confidence, Luke 22.  31-34.���������"Simon, Simon," Jesus solemnly said, "behold Satan asked to  have you, that he might sift you as  wheat," And then- Jesus assured  Peter that He had prayed for him  that his faith might not fail. "And do  thou, when once thou' hast turned  again (recovered from thy failure),  establish  (encourage)  thy brethren."  "Then Jesus sadly foretold Peter's  yielding to the temptation awaiting  him; before the crowing of the cock,  before the dawn of day, Peter would  three times deny that he knew his  Lord.  Peter's Sin. John 18.25-27.���������After  the arrest of Jesus. Peter followed  Him to the palace of the high priest  ������1I.WB  SQNDENSED MIL*  g If you cannot nurse  ^ baby,usej_-agie Brand  ��������� the world's  leading; infant food.  Tlie Borden Co.. Ximited.  140 St.Paul W.,'Montreal'  JPUase send me Pkbb Baby Books  *********_cat������-i_������������������t������**������������������������������������������������������������������_���������������********  ^B9l_������_-&<i8'������ '.  otfa _ta_������_i#  ��������� Cough offer CoufJr  ,._*.. relief ������**������������*  ,a.ed|U*~  MATHIEU'S COUGH   DROPS  Pleasant and Effective  municipalities       received  province.   For every dollar that the i rxut _,���������_���������_,, ^  i,   ,      ,   _, ���������_ ,. ...     land was standing in the Inner quad-  the !  herself getting depressed: ii she  feels utterly worn out: worries over  trifles and* frequently his nervous-  headaches, .she wilt "be wi.se to realize  her nervous system needs attention.  Starved nerves mean a "breakdown.  To feed the nerves you must build up ; nef  the blood. To do this there is nothing ���������  Federal Government puts up, me ; rangle before a brazier of coals  It ?ne iin-3 fro-m the Government for unemploy- , Provincial Government must eontrib- j warming himself, when he was asked  ment relief, S50.000. The Provincial j -ute one doPar and the municipality if he were not on_ of Jesus' disciples,  Government guaranteed the repay- j receiving such- assistance must pay j fP* il^S^o/S nLh^nri^T ������l  ment to Vic banks of all loans made j two dollars. In.other words, if the j SsnSS-cTtlSf on? wlSse Sr Peter  by tlie banks to such municipalities j contribution of $1,000,000 from the j had cut off at the arrest in the Gar-  to enable  them to dispense such re- | Federal Government    is spent,    then \ den of Gethsemane .(Matthew 26.51),  tho  rnt-?l  nmniint- thq*   tho Provincial I said   to  hlm:   "Did J not  see t3lGe  in  the total amount that the provincial   ih_ Garden witll Him?" Again Peter  Government must contribute will be ( derned, and immediately he heard the  A Scientific iAUig  Through the invention of Dr.  Philip Drinker, of the Harvard  School of Public Health, persons who  now suffer from lung trouble have a  "scientific lung" available. This machine is said to be able to keep alive  for weeks persons whose breathing  apparatuses get out of order or cease  functioning altogether.  to equal Dr.- Williams' Pink Piilst "This year ^aiQ' lhe maiw Por"  These Pills not only enrich the blood tion of the municipalities suffering  but actually create  siew blood which   drought last year,  are again experi  encing  adverse conditions.   The  posi-  feeds and strengthens the nerves and  banishes   the   cause   of   nervous   dis-    .. , . _   ,. ,  orders ; a S"reat niany of the people  Women   cannot  always   rest   when   residing in such areas is serious. To  fehey   should,   but   every   woman   can   assist the farmers in these areas this  maintain her strength by the help of : coming fall and winter,  the  Governor. Williams' Pink Fills.    Start tak- ; ment is spending. approximately $1,-  ing these Pills now and see how soon   ___ ___ .-..���������'*    y,^ ,   _ ���������  t.00,000 in resiex road camps, between  $1,000,000, while the municipalities  must contribute $2,000,000, thus making a total of .$4,000,000.  "This year, as last year, the Government again proposes to continue  to guarantee the backs against loss  for loans made, by them to the municipalities in districts where, on account of crop failures or other adverse   conditions,   such   assistance   is  improvement will show by  increased  enei'gy, keen appetite, strong, steady : forty  and   fifty  such   camps   having  ne-v-es and   robust    health.       These , been already established. Further, to j necessary. Further details in connec-  ^^^pS^^t^^^^^ ���������*V municipalities, the Gov- I tion with  the  administration of re-  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., ; eminent is advancing this year, next  cook crow. "In that moment Simon  Peter was etched into an everlasting  picture."���������F. W. Norwood.  Brockville, Ont.  *-rows White Tomatoes  A returned soldier farmer afe Chilliwaek. B.C., after many years of experiment,  has  produced  a white  tomato,   which   is   non-acidic   and- has i extra   grant  been cultivated'   especially    for    its > predates  that   such   road   camps  year's municipal road grants. In  some municipalities where the situation requires more than ordinary attention, but where road camps were  not established, the Government is  contributing to such municipalities an  The   Government   ap-  do  medicinal purposes  i not completely solve the situation in  i these municipalities, but they do per-  I ruit the  residents  in  these  areas  to  ! receive $1,500,000 on account of such  road    work.    These    camps will    be  i continued until freeze-up. On account  i of adverse conditions,    the    Government f.s not asking for any contribu-  ; tions from    such    municipalities    toward such road work.  |     "Further, to assist the farmers of  : these diied-out areas, the Government  ; is  again,  this  year,  paying  one-half  of the freight on all hay and fodder  '; shipped Into these areas by the rall-  ways, the railways paying the .other  ! half  of the freight.    Tho  portion  of  ' such  freight chargeable  to  the Gov-  lief will be worked out in due course  "The Government wants to emphasize that all public works proposed by  municipal authorities, must be planned to provide the maximum amount  of employment with the minimum  expenditure of materials on such  works. Any project which does not  keep this in mind, cannot be* entertained by the Government. It wishes  to emphasize again, that the relief  to be distributed is to be distributed  only to those .municipalities whose  resources are insufficient to enable  them to provide for their own unemployment. This is a fundamental  principle laid down by the Federal  Government and will not be departed  from."  Conquers Awihina. To be relieved  from the terrible suffocating due to  asthma is a great thing, but to be  safe-guarded for the future is even  greater. Not only does Dr.. J. D.  Kellogg's   Asthma     Remedy    bring  prompt relief, but it introduces a new  era of llfo for tho afflicted; Systematic  ! .   ..,, ... .      .   i Inhaling of smoke -or fumes from tho  ornment; this year, will approximate   rcmedy prevents re-attacks and often  : <nnr\{\ c\r\t\ (offectH a permanent cure. '  A MILliDM FAT FOLKS  CANT BE WRONB  ��������� ���������  And that's a low estimate of the  number taking Kruschen to keep down  superfluous fat.  When you take vitalizing Kruschen  Salts for a few days that old indolent  arm - chair feeling" deserts you ��������� it  doesn't matter how fat you are���������the  urge for activity has got you���������and  you're '" stepping lively."  And best of all you like this activity  ~you walk a couple of miles and enjoy  it���������you thought you'd never dance  again, but you find you're getting as  spry as ever���������the old tingling, active  feeling reaches even your i'cet.  Krusclicu is a combination of the  six salts Nature has already put into  your body to keep you alive���������if it  were not for these vital salts you could  not live.  One bottle is enough to prove to  you that Krusehcn will make you feci  younger ��������� sprycr ��������� more energetic ���������  you'll enjoy life���������every minute of it.  A half teaspoon iul in a glass of  hot water every morning is all you  need to keep, healthy���������keep your  stomach, liver, bowels and kidneys in  splendid condition���������free your system  from harmful toxins and' acids.  Nervous Headaches  <r**^������-l.- *-���������������������        -_..2_-._-.--.-  w������s--r-.y    a.-.c    ������������u.i,ai_..r-..-_y  First  dispelled by Minard's,  heat the Liniment���������then inhale  it for a few minutes. It has  a speedy curative effect.  Licensed Taxidermists  Under the Migratory Birds Act, no  person is allowed to engage in the  business of taxidermist without first  having secured a license to do so from  the Minister of the Interior. The  taxidermist must not handle any bird  that has been illegally killed, and  every year he must make such returns as the Minister may require.  "I have used several bottles  of Lydim E. Pir_kham's Ve-ge-  tabic Compound and find it  helps mo wonderfully, especially before childbirth. I hnve  five lovely ch-klren. After my  last baby came T. had. a miserable pain in my right side eo I  bought another bottle o(r the  Compou nd a nd I feel i\ ne now.  I work outside during the fruit  #eg-t#les6artiiMs  ?r������oo,ooo.  j "Rer|uc*tH have been made on bo-  , half oC a great many of tho munici-  ! parties in thc tlricd-out area������ LhuL  i I lio Government;, with the nsslHtanoe  | of.  the  railways,  pmpply  coal free of  all Freight charges, to the resident-  i of.' such dried-out aroaw. Tho Gov-  ' eminent .approached the railways  ; with' n requo-t that thc railway;? ab-  Fjorb onc-hHlf of all the freight csharg-  ( cih on Sn>)Uatch_wun-mlned coal fthlp-  ped to tho driod-out urcan for relief  1 purpose, ngreolng" to pay tho other  '. half of mioh freight. \ The railways,  "��������� however, waro unable to ojrreo ta  | this propunal. The Clovernmen 1. htm  ' dec 1<1<-<1, therefore to nsMiirac - onc-  \ half of all freight ehnrgos'on coal  I mined in Saskatchewan and shipped  : to tho rural mimlolpulii.ioH in tho  ! cli-lcd-otit ar(san,ron their order, for re-  i llcif purpoBOH In such l'urnl munlfjl-  , palitlcH, thin pulley to take effect iin-  modltitoly.  "The  oxpenditiirn  incurred  and   to  Im  inournul  hy  the Uovernninnt thin  ManitolKi 1-ii.VH Wi'Htein ->til  Manituba bought l;:t5,Oob tons of  Allberta ancl Saslcatchowan coul from  June 15th to September 25th, according to F. G. Nonte, Bocretary of tho  Dominion Fuel Board.  Canadian Fox Kxporl.  Thc export of Canadian live foxes  1:o Germany continues to increase In  number. During i020 a total of 892  valued at $259,552 were shipped from  thc Dominion as compared with 375,  valued at Jj.105i_.6b in the previous  year.  W.    N.    IT.  i rt������n  I������'or  llry SUlu���������Mlminl'M l.lntuti>n(,  Di YOU  SUFFER WITH  HEAPACllEt  So easy to #et cjuicfc reljlef antl prevent nn attack in I lie future. Avoid  bromides and dope. They relieve quickly but affect thc heart and arc .very  dangerous, They arc depressing and  o������)ly ������ivc temporary relief, tlio cause  of the headache still remains-within.  I Tlie aanc and harmless way. Ftrat  correct thc cause, nvvcetett tlie sour  and acid Rinrnnrh, relieve 1he intca-  linen o������ thc decayed timl poisonous  food matter, ffcmly stimulate the liver,  start the bite flowing and the bowels  piiH.sof- therm-to matter which causes  your headache. Try Carter's Little  J.ivrr rills.   DruwiriMg 25c red pk������(_,  .Minard's  HCIllp.  Unlnieut;     refrcHlK'H     tho  The amount of natural and artifl-  ciul gas produced in tho world in a  yenr Yvonld ''fill a dirigible a mile, in  diameter and 20 miles long, powerful  enough to lift the Egyptian pyramids.  ' .. unnaiiirrr In. _��������� ..,.���������,���������-- * '  Many childron dio from the nssaults  of worm a, and the first caro of mothers should ho to see that their infantH  aire free from .those posts. A vermifuge that can be depended on In M.U-  ler'ri Worm Powders.' Thoy will not  only oxpoi worms from tho system,  but; act as a health-giving medicine  and u, remedy for many of tho ������il-  monts that beset infants, ent'cobllng  them and ondangoring their lives.  Cuba plans to establish lis first national park, for 'protection' ofnnlivo  phuiln nnd treuH.  UJno Mlward'R TJnlment for To^tlmche,  When  HP t__*  BABY ills rind nihviontm seem iwicft  as seiiqus rit"night. A sudden cry  inny moan colic. Or a middon attaclc  of cliarrJioo. How would yon meet  this emergency--toni������lit? Huvo you a  bottle of Cnsloriu reudy?  For tho protection of your wee  one���������for'your'own. nooco of mind���������  keep tliis old, rchnbld preparation  nlwuytt on hand. But don't keep it  juul Jov .cnicmoncic������; Jut it ho an  evorydny nid. Itn gen lie influence  will case and soothe the'infant who  cannot sleep. Its mild regulation will  help nn older child whose tongue in  coated hecauso of flliigflish bowolo.  All druggists! have Castoria,  i.. rfM������f i.,imja i ii  ^>*T..^liaa|.a nnJlh ' ������*% f'l<| ll111 LVmm T-EEE   BEVIE W.    CI. KSTOIN.    B.  a  ���������Hwfl^ssy^SSft^SaP  ^^3 SL JBBB EnB'____r  Eliii^SS:  Serious rectal troubles, piles,  paralysis, hemorrhoids, are frequently the result of using  cheap cathartics.  ENO is pleasant, gentle, safe  and sure.  A daily dash of ENO in a  gSass of water every morning,  tones up and sweetens the entire system. ���������""'���������  ^Iil-lltIlf!llflliHIIIIIIItll1fi!?111.lllllflllV  I THE DUSTY  I  I    HIGHWAY  g __ BT ���������  "g CHRISTINE   WHITING  = PARMENTSR  Well, well,'*' chuckled the old man, 9  "just  you take   care  that  she  don't j  S '��������� regret it. By gorry! this ain't by any ]  S i chance your honeymoon, foe it?"  g j     Gay. blushed; but Nick only laughr  B I ed at their guest's embarrassing interrogation.  _       "We hadn't been married ten min-  ������ } utes when you met us, Mr. Bartlett."  23 I     In an instant the old man was.seri  fs ;.. Copyright 1929 _  mi!Sf!ni-.l.Sri7a!8^1S3.H!8iiii3(Uii!iiiE.ESIlW  CHAPTER III.���������Continued.  ���������5 I ous.  |     "You ain't runnin' away from your  ' folks,''be you?" he asked soberly.. "'If  go  t so,  it's   my   advice   fer   you   to  "Themk goodness    then, that    you ; straight home and make it up. I-������������������"  didn't discover.me before!" -   t    ' "You needn't worry a minute about  "Is at so awful���������kissing me?" ask-[that,"  Nick    interrupted,    and    Mr.  ed Nick. . Bartlett brightened perceptibly.  "It   would   be   awful   kissing   you       " 'Tain't   a  good  thing to  quarrel  good-bye," answered his wife demure- f with yer folks,"  he continued,  sink-  ly.'  ing' back comfortably in his chair. "I  "For that," ho said, putting his arm ' wouldn't  about her, "you shall have another!"   | times  when  families  act  awful  per-  "Gay," he continued with mock ': nickity. But it's no way to begin life  severity, "we're downright silly. I'���������runnin' off an' gettin' married se-  wouldn't have believed we could be- ; cret like. 'Tain't a good thing to re-  have so. And I suppose you're right. ��������� member. You got to think o' that,  We've sponged on Mr. Bartlett long j boy. Everything you do now���������every  enough. Say, let's ask the old man up I darn mean thoughtless little aet'll  to supper. It would tickle him to : come back to you when your work's  death." -\ [done, and you" got time to set down  So, Simeon BortSeit-was-theii- ^ir-s1>; and .think iUpver-Qnce-w_len-X.wa'nt���������  guestY__e arrived planting, afcer the ' more than six year old I cheated at  hard pull up the foot path that led ? aii egg race. 'Twas at a t Sunday  from the wood road. r School  picnic.  I  didn't hardly  know  "Intake this kindly, ma'am," he'1 was cheatin' till aiterward; but I  said, sinking down breathless on the ! too:k "^ PrlKe <ft was a whistle,  porch, and mopping the dampness ;-ma'am, hung on a red silk cord), and  from his bfbw with a huge handker- fI aln>t never been a1ole to ^orS^t it.  chief; Although evening, was ap- j wfl> I'm glad you ain't quarreled  proaching he    carried his    umbrella. - *vith yQr folks."  Indeed,  he  seemed almost  afraid  to j     "We .have  none  to  quarrel with,"  give it up when Gay offered to relieve j said Nick  him of it.  'Never travel without it, ma'am,"  "Not���������neither of you?"  Nick shook his head. He boldly put  ho repeated.    "Shouldn't hardly feel   a.n arm. about his wife and drew her  at home if it wa'nt along. Well, well,  this looks real cosy,  don't it?  Built  this place for my old woman, ma'am,  before I got    so confounded    fleshy.  Time was when I could come up that  path without battin' an eyelash, same  as Nick here. A good boy, Nick. You  didn't  make   no   mistake   when   yoii  picked him out."  "She didn't do the picking," laughed Nick. "I picked her, and then didn't  give her ^ttmotib think about-it.",   .",,  closer. "So you see," he said to Mr.  Bartlett, though his eyes sought  Gay's, "we seem to belong together."  "That's right," responded the old  man. "That's the way to feel; and  don't you ever let nothin* come between you .Don't lie. If the time  comes when you make a fool o' yourself, Nick, you just own up, and if  yer wifo loves you she'll forgive, an  awful lot. The good book says  that the peace   o'   God   passeth   all  EN PAIN  .���������>_*  CLH        flP (Og  Two hours after eating  WHAT many call "indigestion" fa vary.  often nothing hut excess acid in thc slomi.cn.  Tlio stomach nerves have been over-Rtim-  irinted, and food soura. Tho corrective in up  alknli, which neutralises acids IriNtimlly.  The boat alkali known to medical science is  Phillips* Mil it ol Magnesia, It has remained  the Hl.tndarc. anti-acid will. phyaiciiuitt in  , Ju M"* the 50 years since ita invention.  1 i "* , .One. spoon.ui of this hnrmlcflK, ta&telesK  11 Alkali will neutralize InM nhtly many timet)  1 no much acid; nnd the symptoms, cllflnppenr  nt once.. Yoa will never mo crude methods  when onco you learn the efficiency of I l������i&  more pleasant way. A small bottle is  GSiifTlcicnt to show its merit.  Be. ;i,uro,,to g_t.g-i...i...e tMoilipss' IvSiJJc oi '>  ��������� ���������' Mrignesla   prescribed   by 'pltyfttciahs" Tor  more thaw 150 years in correcting cxccibb:  nctd. 50c a bottle; any drugstore, Cpmj.loto  directions few* its ninny uaes aro enclosed  with every bottle.  ^PHILLIPS  P"-* Troubles  7"*<oAc.d  4F������ON  ,������AS.NAU80A  ������*_iw������_i  The Genuine'MUk of  Maf/msia is alivctijn <x  liquid���������never a tablet,  /-.(.?/.���������, /_. ������V������; J-'liiUips'  name, on tin? bottle.  understandin', but I don't b'lieve it's  & mite raore wonderful than the love  a' woman. What a woman'll put up  with-������������������Well, I'll say this, son: you're  a good boy, but you prob'ly ain't one  third .gGod enough for her.9'  "I fear I'm not," agreed Nick readily; but Gay laughed, and asked if  her. husband was to get all the good  advice.  Simeon Bartlett chuckled.  *T don't aim to advise a lady," he  said gallantly, "but if I was urged I'd  say don't tie him too close to yer  apron strings, ma'am. Give him  plenty o' rope to run on; and don't  sssitid when he notices a pretty face.  It's agin natur for a young feller like  Nick not to see 'em, and it's a darn  sight safer if he ain't afraid to mention 'em to his wife. Just so you're  sure he loves you, you ain't got a  thing to worry about. Jealousy,  ma'am, has made more unhappmess  than strong drink; .though I ain't  ; on speakin' acquaintance with either,  you might say, always bein' sure o'  my old woman, and signin' the pledge  at twelve year old. Do I smell chowder, ma'am.?"  "That sounds," laughed Gay, "like  a -gentle hint for supper. Shall we  have it here on the porch?"  "That would suit me fine, ma'am.  Me and ray old woman used to eat  here summer evenin's. Sometimes the  hermit thrushes would sing for us.  We called 'em our orchestry; and a  darn sight prettier music it was then  what conies out o' the brass hand  over to Meller's Palls."  "We'll agree on that," said Nick.  "They sang the night we came here.  I told Gay it was a bridal chorus,  sung specially for us."  "And I don't doubt it was, sonny,"  said the old man gently. "You run  along now and help your missus dish  up supper. You don't need to make  company o' me; and I ain't one that  b'lieves a man's place is on the front  porch while his wife is rastlin' writh  the kitchen stove or the dish pan."  "Nor am I," said Nick, rising to  obey. "You can ask Gay if I'm not  a champion dish-washer."  It was a festive little supper, and  Simeon Bartlett pronounced his  hostess a "first class cook," a tributie  that brought the happy color into  Gay's cheeks, and a proud light to  her husband's eyes. Later, when -the  ���������world was drenched in moonlight,  they escorted Mr. Bartlett, home.. _  - "I've had a real good time,'-* he said  in parting. "Don't know as I've enjoyed anything so much since my old  woman went away: Stay as long as  ever you're a mind to, but not a minute longer. I know how 'tis. Once I  had that longin' to see new things  myself; but it's long years now since  home seemed the best place -of all.  G������orry! if it wa'nt for al! thc things  I've got to remember, I'd a'nrost envy you, startin' out with the whole o-'  life before you. Goodnight, young--  sters; ancl don't you go forget tin' the  good advice I give you."  He chuckled, but Nick said soberly:  "I shan't forget," sir.M  "Nor shall I," Gay promised. She  laid a gentle hand on the old man's.  "If I don't make Nick happy it won't  be because I forgot your warnings,  and���������I thank you."  "You're a good girl," he answered,  patting her hand before releasing it.  "You've given a lonely old man a  happy evening." yj  "What a dear ho is," said Gay, aw  they rode away. She felt suddenly reluctant to leave this kind old friend,  standing alone before a house that  showed no welcoming lights!  Nick looked at her tenderly,  "You're something of n dear yourself, Gay. I could nco that you took  old Simeon's heart by storm.' Poor  old chap!'His wife's been dead .or  years, but he always ���������poakti .an if _ho  had just left him. I'm glucl wo  thought to have him up for supper."  "It was you who thought of it,"  said Gay, "You think of everybody."  Sho moved closer, to rest her cheek  against hi������ arm.   "Nick "  "Well?" NitU   questioned,    ������h   no  words seemed forthcoming.  ".I've boon wondering. .   Y.  ."  "Wondering what?" Ho looked at  her amusedly.    "It ff������eei..tf to be dim-  cult to say,"  "It is. ���������-Nick���������I think you're Wonderful I"  "in that all.'" Nick queried, with a  slow smile.  "No, There's a problem boon troubling mo all evening. X can't face It  alone, and M  "Of cburae you can't���������you've got  mo to face it with ypiij But, my dear  ghi, I thought It wow to encupe such  things a������ probloms    that   we   en we  away. Anyhow, we won't face it till  we're hack at camp. I'm. going to  take you the long way round. It's a  glorious night to ride."  It was so glorious that they forgot  the flight of time. It was late when  they reached the cabin, but despite  the hour they sat down together on  the porch, and Nick reached for his  wife's hand, twisting the slender wedding ring, around her finger.  "You've guessed this was my mother's, haven't you? She told me to  keep it tili I found the one girl in the  world- I used to think I'd never use  it���������-or not for years and years. No  settling down for me! I was to be a  vagabond, you know���������traverse the  earth���������conquer the world! Oh, Gay,  what a kid I was, even a. week ago!"  She stirred uneasily.  "And  aren't you aiow?"  "My dear, how can I be a kid ? I'm  a married man!" Y-  He was laughing-;" but Gay said  soberly: "But���������but. I like having you  a kid,. Nick, Ybu1re "only twenty-one.  It���������it's that.Y   .   .   .'������"'"���������������������������     \''       '���������'"?���������'  "Oh!" said Nick. "I see. I'd forgotten the problem. Trot it out, young:  lady, and we'll go to it; though you'vino moral right to produce the abominable thing on a quest for freedom."  (To Be Continued).  f0f BILIOUSNESS  *      SLUGGSSKNSSS  ���������@������*ST*PATI0t_  "lake one tonight  Ulake t@ns0.rr<0^ At  s������  aTMIiy W-������PJ���������  WHiLg  yOU SLEEP  ] GENUINE  I IiiTOliiril   Pp_i_*!_v  aB-JV '<_    %?gy>-U������    _S  S   -%*������&���������. S.9J  KEEPING BABY  LOVELY AND WELL  Some babies thrive from the hour j I  of their birth while others make so | %  little progress as to be the cause of [ |  | much anxiety.    As a rule it is the di  I gestion   that  is   at  fault  with   these [  ' backward ones and they start to go '  ahead  directly   Baby's   Own  Tablets .j  are   made   the    corrective   of   their  stomach and bowel troubles.  Baby's Own Tablets are specially  designed for the use of babies and  little children. They are absolutely  safe and the mother can feel perfect- [  ly secure in giving them to even the  most delicate child. They are a mile!  but thorough laxative which banish  constipation and indigestion; break  up colds and simple fevers and allay  the pains which accompany the cutting of teeth. They are.sold by medicine dealers orby mail at 25 cents a  if  I  I>ER-SCT     FROM     THE  IMPORTERS  Beautifully matched hle"li sra_*j���������  selected Liistrcu.-; Fuji OrlentaJ  Pearls mounted with FINE SILVER FIEJGRKE Uoublo Safe'.:'  Clasp. $5.00 val us.  A BEAUTIFUI- GIFT  SPECIAL.   QF^HR  l-ovo Bird IPearl -feclclace.s. 15 ir.oli  <Cholcc.' Style-), Graduated. .$1.00  18,  24,  30 -inch,  Orad_ai_d. . .$1.35  ON    SALE   AT   VOUFt   LOCAL  CTflDC  Or send Money Order -with additional  5 cents for postsig-e to  ABBOTT  BROTHERS  94 to 98  Wellington  St.,  Wv  TORONTO, ONT.  New Industry In Palestine  Palestine is becoming important as  an    orange -producing    country,    the  fruit grown there being said to have  a specially fine flavor and appearance. Jews in Palestine have invested  over twenty cilllon dollars in orange  box" from~Thri5-C wmiamarlk_edicine \ groves and new ones are being set out  .   T~> ������ 1    -_  _ _~������  . .   M  a_L������J_l-VJ.������a_,    Wni,  Active Prospecting Year  Valuable Mineral lliscoveries Reported In -Northern Alberta  The adjourn'efWent of prospecting  operations in Northern Alberta this  season will bring to a close one of the  most active prospecting, years in the 1  history of the province. IF-ve major ]  companies have carried on intensive |  exploration work with the use of air- ]  planes and at considerable cost. Val  uable mineraH discoveries are report  ed to have been made and i*iuch val- |  uable date secured.  ail tne time.      And so the future of  Palestine brightens.  Don't be without Douglas* Egyptian Liniment. Keep it always handy.  IJeiieves toothache,, neuralgia, sore  throat, quinsy, and croup. Invaluable  for burns, Sores,. Barber's Iteii, and  Ringworm.  Will Visit. Winnipeg  The United States Junior Chamber  of Commerce National Convention to  be held in Bes Momes, Iowa, in June.  1931, is to organize a post convention  tour to Winnipeg, led by the national  president Dunward Hcwcs of I_os  } Angeles.  W.    N.    U,    1801  For NEURALGIA  Prompt relief from HEADACHES, LUMBAGO,  COLDS, SORE THROAT, RHEUMATISM,  NEURITIS,   NEURALGIA,   ACHES   and   PAINS  '���������'AiJab(^ts,;'i,",  ssxszmm  DOES    NOT    HARM  THE    HEART  THAD&MAHK   NUM.  Ac&7! ?A !,A*PMnl'- PMkaoe wliieh eontnlnn proven dtr������-tEai_i. Hatndu  ���������  "Am-irbn?" boxen of IS kbleln. Also bot������e_ of 24 und lOD���������AU dtmiKKtal mam  THJK   Cl.-_������TO������   Kl-Vif-W  Local and Personal  COWS FOR SALE���������Several Jersey  heifers and cows, all registered and good  milkers, due to freshen before December  1st,   G. Cartwright, Erickson. ~~  LAND CLEARING-Tenders will be  received up till November 3rd" for clearing two acres of land. For full particulars apply Fred Lewis, Creston.  Miss Emma" Hagen, who has been on  the Exchange fruit packing -staff this  season, left on Monday for Nelson, on a  visit with her sister, Mrs. Cecil Moore.  There wiii he no showing of pietu.es at  the Grand on Saturday, November 8th.  Manager F. C. Rodgers will be away on  a business trip to Calgary and the coast.  The W.A. of Christ Church will hold  a 25 cent tea, sale of work, novelties and  home cooking at the Parish Hall on  Saturday, November 8th, from 3 to 5  p.m.  _-aa������aa-������aaaaa-aa-aaa---C- ���������lia-aa ��������� -a_  a-__h**_ft_*-aaaaaaa_aaaaaaa-a_-_a__a_������a_-aa*a-_a4^^  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIICE ft  Greston Motors  Wish   io   announce  that  we now  have  agency for  CV. _=_.��������������� r*~jr������\ fxjr  jb. o  f y >  1 ru*  ������t_nci  A full stock ot farts  and Accessories.  To all Plymouth owners  we assure you Service  as usual.  More room being added  to give you better  Don. Bradley, president of Creston  Farmer's Institute, was at Nelson at the  first of the week, attending a conference  of the West Kootenay Farmers9. Institutes.  RANCH WANTED���������Wanted to rent,  orchard property with house, 10 acre  place preferred, state best rental price  first letter. Address Box 60 Review  Office.  The C.P,R. station staff is down to  normal, Don. Burton, who has been  second assistant, having been laid off  last week, and has returned to Cranbrook.  Miss Josephine Pederson and Dorothy  Payette were Bonners Ferry, visitors on  Saturday, where they were guests at the  Masonic Lodge dance in that town that  evening.  Accordind   to   the    latest    issue   of  .Telephone Talk there are now 139 telephones connected with the local switch  board, as compared with 111 at -he first  of the year.  A splendid opportunity to secure  furniture and other household effects  wilt be given on Saturday at the auction  sale of the O. J. Wigen furniture, etc., at  the ranch at Wynndel, commencing at 2  o'clock. Nine months crebit on purchases over $10.  SHRUB PLANTING Should  Provide AU-Summer isloom  With plenty of water now  available the planting of Flowering Shrubs will be in order, and  to encourage this good work we  have a very special  Mrs. Truscott, sr. who has spent the j  past ten months on a visit with members .  of the family at points in Alberta and'  Sasketchewan, arrived home at the" end,  of the week.  BALED HAY and STRAW-f For  sale baled timothy and aifalfa -mixed.  Also oat straw. Potatoes and cgbbage  going cheap  before   storing.   E.   Nou-  gu-er, Canyon.  Fink     Mercantile     Company,  , of Cranbrook, offer the smart-  winning most points in the fancy work  section open to Wcmens' Institutes af  all B.C.  CHRIST CHURCH  CRESTON  " W'W ���������*>'  PHONE 19  CRESTON  PHONE 52L  WYNNDEL  CASH STORE  CRESTON and WYNNDEL  MAWSON BROS. Old Premises.  Near Review Office.  to mak^e you:  FORSYTHIA  FORTUNEI  Blooms in April.  DEUTZIA���������Pride  of Rochester  Blooms in May.  SPIREA VAN HOUTTEI  Blooms in May.  SYRINGA, Mock Orange, White  Blooms in May-June.  HONEYSUCKLE-  Blooms   May  The  Limited,  est in evening dresses for misses and  women at $14,95= AH sizes. Prompt  attention to mail orders.  Preparatory service in St. Stephen's  Presbyterian Church Friday evening,  October 31st. Sacarament bCthe Lord's  Supper on Sunday, November 2nd, at  the morning service.  This- year the Legion are having their  Armistice ball at the community hall at  Canyon, with music by Al. Fredericks'  orchestra. The admission is $1.50 per  couple, supper extra.  I^l^-a       fifi.rv'^c?*"***       O-_-.������#ga������-__     *v**.*3      "D_������*������?-ft������-4B  A ������*?       XJTKrWa. |������a������sil        hjlii&cs..--1      niiu      j. *w*j *^-**  were favored with quite a large and  appreciative audience on their annual  appearance here on Thursday night last  in Trinity United Church.  In connection with the Armistice Day  exercises arrangements have been completed for the veterans re-union dinner  which will be at the Creston Hotel at  noon, Tuesday, November 11th.  Mise Ethel McLean* who has been  associated with Miss Richards in the  conduct of the Full Gospel Mission for  the past few months, returned to. her  home in Vancouver on Tuesday.  At the November meeting of tbe  Beaver^Brotherhood in Trinity United  basement on- Monday, night, 3rd, J. S.  Clowes, manager of the Imperial Bank  will give a talk on Canadian Banks.  With the spuds dug and the apples  a... ...._*-.���������*������������������-*>4       ^_ll       _* 1 ��������� i. ���������-V. . _. _>       ._      _._/-������_*^-.-i-_ ���������  a-aai -__-__.      -can.       jj-Lisu-gULi-aia^       a_      jcwcivJiig  considerable attention this month. The  rains of the past ten days have put the  land ih good shape for fall cultivation.  Thanksgiving tea and sale of home  cooking,   under   the   auspices  A ������t������r-l*#_ ***tr-  SUNDAY. /VOV. 2  CRESTON���������8.00 a.n... Holy Communi-  . ion;   7.30 p.m,, Evensong.  LISTER���������11.00 a.m., Matins.  GHAS< MOOf?E  ENGINEER >  .    SURVEYOR  ARCHITECT  CRE&TON.  B. C.  H.JACKSON  REAL. ESTATE  ' Listings) solicited.  CRESTON,    B.C.  Mm'ww*fmm'*j"wmmwww  *f*aym4m*m*Mrm*mpw4my*wmm^*mfm  ��������� W"V"V  wm*y*'4^pii\^r*fm'**mf������mmw*mpm*m/4 yyyyy  ��������� "������������������_  gjg iii  _  - T    ���������    ��������� ���������   -Red Tartarian  to   July.  T_H-aC>-_' A  _%-_* ���������__--_  Blooms in June.  SPIREA ANTHONY WATERER  Blooms in July-August.  HVPiD A. rXT/"* 171 A        T-fc   *-  i������ i U._V.������_jai<_-J_l-_j    _-._T.  Blooms in August-October.  One each of these (eight in all)  for $5. Order now for spring  planting.  Percy Boffey  CRESTON'  Representing B.C. Nurseries.  nui  Di\-_m\rf'U_������b  TIME IS fi!-RE  With the cooler days and nights keen  appetites demand hot nourishing breakfasts. For school boys and girls nothing  takes the place of a steaming hot break-  fastfood.  Quaker, Ogilvie, and Robin Hood Rolled  Qats in  packages;. Five Roses in 8 and 20 pound sacks.  The most popular oats on the market,  made from rich, plump, flavory* oats.  cut thin and partly cooked. Quick  Quaker  Oats cooks in 3 to 5  minutes.  4  ���������  4  4  4  '  4  a.  4  <  4  4  restoo Va  GBESTQN  0e-0pereti������8 Assn.  Two Stores  ERICKSON  under the auspices of the  Presbyterian Labies' Auxiliary will be  held in tbe United Church basement on  Friday, November 7th, from 3 to _.30  p.m.  Men, for style and quality, the Fink  Mercantile Company, LimitPd, ot Cranbrook, offer, the finest in. Made-to-  Measure Clothing. Their guarantee  with each garment. Suits and Overcoats  all one price, $27.50.  Mrs. Ledingham of "Vancouver was a  Creston visitor at the first of the week  giving an illustrated lecture on Manchuria at an open meeting at the W. M.  S. in the Presbyterian Church on  Monday night. While here she was a  guest of Mrs. M. J. Beninger  Kelly's drugstore window is displaying  an attractive silver cup which has been  awarded Creston and District" Womens*  Institute by the Vancouver exhibition  board. It is for one year's keep and  comes here due to the local organization  _---aaaaafaaaaaaaaaaMaaa_aa^aa*_aaaa-aaaaaaaaaV  ���������*f'W"W W*fW**m  ���������ww "www*"  ���������rfT'rT'rf  **���������"**-"V  mm^mmmmm  "Y"TEA. per lb ......  "Y" TEA, Our Best, per lb..  "Y"     COFFEE,     nothing  better, lb      "Y" COFFEE, Our Best lb.  The Best for Less  COFFEE, Nabob, per lb... -  TEA, Nabob, per lb    TEA, Blue Ribbon? per lb.?..  COFFEE, Blue Ribbon, per  lb..:���������      _   BAKING POWDER, Blue  Ribbon, 3's     BAKING POWDER,  Blue  Ribbon, 12-oz. tins,2 for  .50  ���������55  .50  .55  .59  .59  .59  .59  .69  .45  Greston Blacksmith; Plumbing &  Heating Company  Can supply you with anything you  need   in   the   General   Blacksmith,  ������*iumbing and Heating line.  We carry a complete line of Bathroom Fixtures in stock-  Baths. Toilets. Basins, Sinks* Range EoilerSa Pidbs  and  any kind'' of  Fitting,  Eavetrough, Soil   Pipes,  Vitrified and -Tile Drain Pipes, cfee.     .  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.  STEENSTRUP & REED  A_A^___���������_______a__a���������___fc^A*^_a__������tLB^^mA^J*kM4L**\mJk^_a_______a���������  ��������� aa.aa.���������>.������..  ���������*--A--*--,L--*-   ���������*   ���������**   ���������*-  We are Offering  Special  Values  in  Saturday On������y  SHORTENING��������� 3 lb. pail m$$  5 lb, pail       J. 02  101b. pail       2.9p  Sugar has advanced in price,  SUGAR, 100 lbs         S.90  "     '  20 lbs.        1.3$  CHEESE,   Mild   Canadian  3 lbs   CHEESE, Colonial, 2 lbs   BACON. Side   BACON, Back    SAUSAGE, per lb   BOLOGNA, per lb   ONIONS, Spanish. ������ lbs   FRUIT  GRAPES, 2 lbs   BANANAS, S.lbH   GRAPE FRUIT, 2 for.,   LEMONS, dm,   CANDY  CHOCOLATE BARS, 0 for  CkT-AMS, Krom-h. per lb..  MIXI'.D CANDIES, p������������r ll>.  Men's Work Shirts  at 1.00, 1.25. and $1.50.  Also   good   All   Wool well   made  Shirts at  reduced prices.  Our  stock of  Men's and Ladies9  Underwear, Sweaters, Etc.  is complete nt popular ptfoes  Men's Trousers  in Cotton, Tweed and Worsteds.  Men's Socks  All weights, in Lislcs, Silk and Wool, and All  Wool, in Canadian, English and Irisd makes.  C_f% ���������" 0% mmfm JH% Ik ���������  _L_P _Ll   %_T      at     __   tf Ea-H  doiu_ p_3_ ff\i v    i Trr_  Evsrything to  Make the  Home Comfortable!  Tight Heaters  ALL   SIZES  $3.75 to $7.50  Stove   Pipes,   Elbows  T Pipes, Stove Boards  Cook  Stoves  and  Steel   Ranges  with   Polished   Steel   Topi-  Reservoirs and High Closets  Circulatini  ^ttJ&flTJQ  R    M*Jt* |r^fl|J  tfor Four and Six-Room Houses  O 4to-?   i-L        a , 'i-ir1   ,������  ������������*k1   J-.^^ Am***  Dry Goods, Grocer ies.    PHOHE 8   Furniture, Hardware  TTfTir>1iill*iiirhllJDOTi._Waiff_Griffl

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