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 ProrfiEieial Library  api 31  i/������>  fly :  t  T i"1 ���������___��������� TO  Hoar11   ar*  Vol. XXII.  CRESTON, B. C., _?JEtI__)J.Y,  OCTOBER 24,  1930  INo. 32  ���������*|%M_I ��������� ���������>     _a.-r*     ���������ia.    V-aUi*     WWi3.     &J __%&^U "������J__U_L._S  service here on Sunday   afternoon   and  was favored with a large turnout.  Mr. Thiesen, field man for the Canada  Colonization Compan, was a visitor here  at the first of the week, cheeking np- on  the German settlers the company has  been responsible for placing in the area,  and from here went to S_nca to inter-  others who are on a road contract.  hairy Andresen of Potlacb, Idaho,  was a weekend visitor at the home of  Col. and Mrs. Lister.  John Huseroft loaded out his first car  p������ baled alfalfa on Tuesday for shipment  to Marysville, for feed on the Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co. dairy farm.  A. R. Bernard, Fred Powers and Alf.  __vHns srs nc?? worldus** with th? c,_,,f  putting in a diversion on the north and  south highway north of Rykerts.  B. R. Bohmer and Bill Demchuk have  both had the good luck to get a deer  within thejfpast week. These animals  se^2_i much scarcer than  Mrs. W. K.Brown, Mr.and Mrs.* D, S.  Timmons, Mr. and Mrs. G-. Johnson,  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cook, Mr. and Mrs,  Tooze, Mr. and Mrs. Putnam, Mr. and  Mrs. Barner and Lily, Mr. and Mrs.  Compton and Mrs. Valentine, Mr. and  Mrs. Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. McCreath,  Dr. and Mrs. Lillie, Mrs. Doyle and the  girls, Mr. and Mrs. L. Loucks  (Cranbrook), Creston Curling. Club,  Creston Liberal Association, Mr- and.  Mrs. Jas. Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Haskms,  Mr. and Mra. M. J. Boyd, Mr and  Mrs. F. H. Jackson and Miss Wade, Mr.  anb Mrs. F. C. Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs.  S. A. Spe_rs, ������_,. and Mrs. J. W. Dow,  Mr. and Mrs:. _&. J. Long, and Mrs.  Hugh Taylor, Presbyterian Ladies'  A_MliaTy, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Websfear,  M> and Mr?. C. O. Rodgers, Mr. and  Mrs. D. Learmonth, Mr. and Mrs.  Sexsmith and Miss Chaplin, Wynndel.  ��������� ���������~-x>  CORPORATION OF THE  _r *��������������� _n _  ���������' ������������������   c  V Mileage  _v  i__  \*������*z*5wlx  \m\B 'm%:''a:'mm^m\mmM't^    1  ������f ������il 11 111������ I  _-_  Gsnyon GIty  Tvaof  Ea������onno-  Steenstrup & R*������ed. the well known  Creston plumbers, have been here this  week installing a hot water system at  the Geo. Jacks ranch borne.  Otto Wolf rum, who in the spring  bought land on Section 7. and since  then has been working in the Okanagan-  has arrived with bis wife and two  children and are occupying the house on  tbeforaer Weatherburn place.  Another-sale is reported this week,  the buyer being Michael Reidlmayer of  Erie, near Nelson, who has secured the  former McLeod ranch and takes possession immediately. He will be joined in  the spring by his wife and family.  oi  Mr. and Mrs. Jeff. Knott  Sncqualme, Wash., have spent. the past  week here oh a visit with his parents,  Mr. and Mrs. F. Knott, returning from  Myrtle. Manitoba, where they were  guests at the golden wedding celebration  of Mr. and Mrs. Halstead.  This is r������& notify  those who h^ve been  committing^ depred-.  ations - o r_Y or about  the Fall Fair Building that the Police  have been notified  and will -.-������roseoute  ���������all offenders to the  full extent, of the law.  ned goods were Mrs. Farris, Mrs. F.  Tompkins,- Mrs. Fred Lewis, Mrs, -Edmondson, Mrs. D. MacDonald, Mrs.  .Mallandaine, Mrs. B&va.., Mrs. L. Mclnnes, Mrs. E. W. Payne, Mrs. Pridham,  Mrs. T. Dickson, Mrs. Stapleton, Mrs.  R. Comfort, Mrs. Hendy, Mrs. G. Mawson, Mis. W. K. Brown, Mrs. Forbes,  Mrs. W. J._Truscott, Mrs. McKeivey,  Mrs. Johh>Johnson,"Mrs. Fleetwood,  Mrs. F. C. Rodgers, Mrs. Morrow', Mrs.  Goodwin, Mrs. Hasklns, Mrs. Putnam,  Mrs, E. Johnson,   Mrs. Crawford,   Mrs.  tMtmmmm mm*yStaS  59  ee������age wC  ���������*>?mj/r.  Ta/Ta. -.  _r_a *7������  rn t   _ uy.ur,  ���������am   UUH'O.  -*��������� t������  _r_a-A IY _���������������,  1JT_     .TV n ilt. _n  irxio. vuiiuir  ihgs, Mrs. Arrowsmith, Mrs. G. Young,  Mrs. And. Johnson,.Mrs. D. O'Neil, Mrs.  R. Stevens, Mrs. Webster, Mrs. C er-  r ing ton, Mrs. G. Johtfcson, Miss J. Smith,  Mrs. Lillie, Mrs. E. Martin, Mrs. J.  Cook, Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. S. A. Speers������  Mrs. Hayden, Mrs. W. McFarland.  i  ������������gmmgSmm  _v_a ���������  nnii  caaava  Buried with  tdsonic  -UC  &U-L.lCTi.Al  Cm  1������*_-_  ,4t_VC  -JL" iOial.  ������3  By order^  E. F. ARROWSMITH,  Clerk.  Oreston, Oct. 21, 1930.  whose death came suddeuly on Wednesday of last week, took place on Friday  afternoon from his late residence with  Rev. A. Garlick in charge of the service  at the heme, while at the grave the  beautiful Masonic burial service was  read in impressive fashion by M. R.  Joice, master of the Creston Lodge, with  a large turnout of the Masonic brethren  at the graveside to pay their last fraternal respects, as well as a large number of  friends and acquaintances of the deceased. The pallbearers were selected  from the memders of longest standing in  the lodge, and were Col. Mallandaine, R.  J, Long, W. H. Crawford, Frank  Putnam, Jas. Compton and Jas.  Cameron (ReveMoke). A splendid  tribute to the high esteem in which  deceased was held was shown in the  floral remembrances. Amongst those  sending flowers were: Alice, Maggie and  Will; Creston Masonic Lodge, Mr,   and  CRESTON  FARMERS'  INSTITUTE  j A General Meeting will be held  in the Village Hall on  SAT., OCT. 25  at 2 p.m.  ; Owing to the Advisory Board  meeting beinp; held early in November the District half-yearly  Convention is being held in  Nelson on Monday, Oct. 27th.  BUSINESS.  To elect, delegate.  To receive and accept Reports  of Committees.  To pass a further resolution  asking for the appointment of a  Government Veternarian at Nelson.  Any new business brought  before the meeting.  It La quite important that our  Institute be represented at  Nelson, and all members are  requested to be present,  Mrs. Bob Clayton of  -Cimberley spent last week here guests  of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Matt. Cay ton.  W. E. Searle left at the end of the  week for Bellvue, Alberta, where he will  work in the mines again this winter.  Mrs. John Chapman, who has been on  a visit with her parents' Mr. and Mrs.  Matt. Clayton, lias returned to her home  in Nelson..  A number of Canyon " residents who  are employed at pole making at. the  ���������^elnmaj^^ I.  until the end/>of the- monthY The  pole;  yard  at  Wynndel  depot .isfilled   to  capacity and the shutdown Is necsasar"  until several carloads are shipped.  Notwithstanding recent weddings,  golden wedding celebrations, showers  and pre nuptial receptions wedding bells  are again heard in Canyon?district.  On Saturday evening the young people  of Canyon gathered at the home of Mrs,  F. Knott for a. farewell party and shower  in honor of Mrs. John Chapman, formerly Miss Ruth Clayton. The bride  received many lovely gifts and suitably  tha ked the donors for their kindly  remembrances. Competitive games were  played, the prizewinners in which were  Mrs. Chapman. Miss Holly Bond, Miss  Annie Gartland and Mrs. Kolthammer,  After lunch sojne of trie guests indulged in dancing till the close of the  evening. Mrs, Chapman loft for  home on Sunday.  Mrs. Martin, Mrs. North and Miss J.  Smith were in Creston on Saturday for  the hospital "shower."  Mrs. Rogers   returned    on   Saturday  after  a   month's visit with  Cranbrook.  ������ . i_  Iri_iiu_  J. B. Rudd is a   present a patient  in St; Eugene Hospital, Cranbrook.  Mrs. Young of Creston was a visitor  last week with her daughter, Mrs.  Rumseyv - ���������,  , ..:Q_, J^'TigbrfTrt left last week for Boswell,  where he will be employed on roadwork.  Mrs. Dalbom, J. B. Rudd and A. Rudd  are Cranbrook visitors this week to  whieh city they were called owing to ill���������  ness of Mrs.! J. S. Rudd.  Mr. and Mrs. Ken Dewar and son rf  Winnipeg, Man , are visitors with Mrs.  Dewar* s father, John Bathie.  Miss M. Joy, who has been working at  Boswell packing shed, returned home on  Sunday.  C. Wilson, who has been working with  at Bus wet i retur  -_t_ iiOiu6  Shower  Hospital  Great Success  Mrs, Dibley and Mrs. Heap were  visitors at Nelson and Trail last week.  Rev. A. Garlick of Creston was here  on Sunday evening tor Church of England service in the schoolhouse.  r'isitor the  tne road crew  on Monday.  Meeting of the Woman's Auailiary  was held last week at the home of Mrs.  Greig. Sale of work was discussed and  November 19th is the date chosen.  Meeting oi those applying for shares  in WyTindel Recreation Company,, Ltd.,  is announced for Friday, October 24th.  Anglican harvest festival was held on  Sunday afternoon with Rev. A, Garlick  officiating. The churcn was tastefully  decorated and the fruit and vegetables so  used were afterwards taken to Creston  hospital.  History was made at Wynndel on Sun-  115 Jars Canned Fruit and Vegetables Donated���������Dr. Lamb  Commends Women's Institute  Effort���������Afternoon Teat Served  Mrs. Dixon was a Nelson,  for** part of the week.  Miss Rose Dawson, who has been  _.,        -_������_t       _.*- _*���������_  house guest  cf Mr. and Mrs. Gille for  .ay w3w?n ,Mr- **?<* ������������ Canyon baptized  __a j   __   ___liour memoers of the Glazier ssmuy^n.  the channel at 11 a.m.   The weatherman  did not favor with a very warm day.  Meeting . of  Women's  Institute  to  her  the past  few weeks,   returned  home in Kimberley on Tuesday.  Jas. Wilson was a business visitor at  Ki chener on Monday.  The  hospiftsl  committee   of; Greston  her  An Autumn Bride  Canyon United Church was the scene  of a pretty autumn wedding on  Thursday morning Inst when M.bs Elsie  Bateman became tho bride of Mr.  Manfred Samuelson, with Rev. R. E,  Cribb officiating and the church prettily  decorated for the occasion.  The brido was given in marriage by  her brother, James Bateman, and wore  a costume of honey colored georgette  crepe trimmed with a Bcrrha c'������o3!ar of  cream lace nnd a lover's knot of  diamonds at the waist and a picture hat  to match. Sho carried a bouquet, of  roBeB and carnations. The bridesmaid  wob Miss Emma Sjmuelson, whoso dress  was of Pandora green gorgotto crepe, with  rayon hat of the same shade, and  bouquet of white and pink carnations.  The groom was supported by his brother,  Mr. Arvid Samuelson.  Tho service was choral, with Mrs.  Kolthammer at tho organ, nnd during  tho service the Ruosts sang "O Worship  the King," During the signing of the  roglnter Mrs, Kolbhnmmer anng "The  King of Love my Shoqho.d Is,"  Fo lowing the coremonv tho guewta  adjourned to tho brido'a, home whoro n  buHofc luncheou w s served, aud on tbe  noon trninMr. and Mra. Snmuelnon loft  on a wadding trip ta LothbridRo and  other Albcrtn pointa. On their return  thoy will rowiirlw at Canyon.  Both tlnii brldo and Rroom aro woll  known and popular routcton la of Canyon  and, have the boat winhos of nil for u long  and a happy wedded life.  decided success In their:, first ;d*sjbow**53  in aid of Creston Valley Hospital, whicb  was held in Trinity TJnited Church Hall  on Saturday afternoon, with the  committee members, Mrs. Jas. Cook,  Mrs. R. Stevens, Mrs. Hayfes and Mrs.  Hayden, assisted by Mrs F. C. Rodgers  and Mrs. Cherrington ih 'charge.  Donations of canned goods were asked  for and a total of about 115 jars of  canned fruit, jam, jelly, marmalade,  pickles, canned vegetables and honey  were turned in by a large company of  ladies who called at the hall during the  afternoon and were served with light  refreshments in hospitable btyle.  At 4 p.m. Dr. Lamb, provincial inspector of hospitals* and tubercular specialist,  delivered a short address, par+iculrrly on  his work in the latter capacity, and during his stay examined twelve local residents. Dr. Lamb observed that judging  by the quantity and quality of the donations of canned fruit, etc., there could be  no doubt as to the popularity of the  hospital, and congratulated: the Institute  on the practical enthusiasm it was so  effectively showing. He believed the In-  ladics would be well advised to back the  hospital as an Institute rather than by  organizing separately as a hospital aid or  auxiliary, or under any other name.  Amongat those remembering with can-  Tom Hale, who has spent the summer.  narif:r>   m:  fa.Tpn_rciBf.iT-.-  4-=Y 'k.i^- ��������� _.'X^-.---  on ma rfc__.iv to -us nos.e m  Grand  Theatre  oalj UCTi _lu  171 1 J  _-UglS.l-U..  Mrs. R. Dodds has spent th# past  week with friends in Lister.  L. Wenger, who has been helping with  the harvest at points in Alberta, arrived  home on Sunday.  Mrs. Brownrigg, sr., who has spent the  summer with her son, Fred, at Crest en,  has come for a visit with her daughter,  Mrs. Ed. Martin.  Misses N. Clark and K. Littlejohn  were Fernie visitors this week.  Lee Heric was here from Yahk for his  usual weekend visit at the ranch.  Fublic school inspector Manning was  here on Tuesday on his semi-annual  inspection of Erickson school.  Messrs. Harrison of Fernie and Busn  of Calgary, Alberta, were business visitors here at the weekend  Leslie and Alfred Boffey, who have  spent the past month on a visit with  their mother, Mrs. Geo, Hobden, left for  Hollywood, California, at the first of the  week.  Annual congratulations are in order  with T. W. Bundy, who has just been  advised that his station garden has  captured first prize as much the best  garden on all tho C.P.R. line In British  Columbia. This ia tho fourth time in  five years the honors have been award ������d  him, in addition to which he had tho  beat first-year garden in B.C. the year  the new depot was opened, and his first  year at gardening.  was  held at the old schoolhouse on Thursday  last. Chicken supper discussed and  financial statementTead. Vote of thanks  tendered ail those outside the Institute  ^plijr>i-^lwl-ruMi'y jrjriairo; , 3_"',V_U__T>"'.""^i KSCCSSSv  Nelson conference discussed and Mrs. K.  A.'Bathie named as on_ of ths de-legates.  Arrangements were madeior hkilowe'ezc  party.  A general meeting of the Co-Operative  Fruit Growers Association was held in  the old schoolhouas on Thursday evening with John Wigen in the chair. Reports from Canadian Fruit Distributors  was read by the ___r_ia.y giving condition of markets at time of berry shipments and how berries were disposed of.  19,129 csates of strawberries, one car of  processed berries, and 2522 crates of  raspberries went through the Association  this year. The chairman spoke on the  the advisability of increasing the authorised capital, and on motion submitted b ���������  T. E. Slingaby this was raised from  $50Q0 to $35,000. By-Laws were discussed and arrangements made to revise  same.  Greston Farmers' Institute  Victor McLaglen  CARLOAD of  FLOUR and FEED  DUE MONDAY  in  The  ckWatch'  The Screen version of "King  of tbe   Khyher   Bifles." by  Talbot Mimdy,  THIS Ib NOT a WAR PICTURE  BUT A STORY OF INDIA.  RomEtneo, Intrigue. Mystery,  Fox News. Comedy.  CARD  OF THANKS  , Mrs. Rose tnlccB this means of expressing a very deep appreciation of the tlornl  remembrances and all the kindnesses and  sympathy shown in her recent bereavement.  WANTED���������Exparfoncod man from  tho Oknnia%a������i wiHiaOH irt temt ������n orchard  in Creston district; C. Maedomild,  Nuramatta,  BX!,  GYMNASIUM���������-A meeting to discus  pfans for athletic work will bo held In  Trinity Churoh Hall, on Tuesday, Oct.  28th, at 8 p.m, A good turnout of parents and acnioru is roqueated, W. J.  Truwcotfc.  WARNING���������I havo junt learned that  the report it* hi vl.o,.!w!ilim thud. I ���������oUl  DongBavnoy 000 boxen of cull applou.  This Htatomtrnt in absolutely false, and  parties caught circulating thi������ fuluohood  will be proHCcuted.^H. Tooko, Creston.  We are expecting a car of Flour  and Feed on Saturday next and  the ijricea are just as favorable as  last time. Members are asked to  place their orders as soon -as  possible.  There is a large shipment of  Flour in this car and as the price  is the same as last shipment we  would advise our members to get  in their winter supply now.  We also expect a car 'of Mixed  Grain from Pincher Creel-c which  is of very high quality and we aro  informed that any of th3s grain  can be used for seed. Prices in  purchasers own sacks:  Wheat, No. 1  $1,530  Oats, 2 C.W 1.85  Barley..... 1.00  This car will probably be unloaded on Monday and Tuosclay.  >'**'l*WW>IW8)iBWt������i^^  iMiwaiii  __������  B .���������THE    REVIEW.   CRESTON,   B.    a  9 ������sfa*apsitig -.Pinpsativea'  Cheap,  harsh laxatives may  prove very costly. Painful recta!  troubles are often aggravated by  the unnatural griping condition  such cathartics cause.  ENO Is pleasant, gentle, safe  and sure.  A daily dash of -IS In O' S  ���������'Fruit Salt" in a glass of water,  morning or night, tones up and  sweetens the entire system. Acid  stomach, fatigue, biliousness.  quickly disappear.  Lower  Rate  On Cattle Shipments  -Negotiation For Decrease In  Trans-  i������>_?b-.iion. aunarg'es'.__ __xpp-ts, _.  ;..'' To Britain , Y  Hon. Robert Weir, -Minister of  Agriculture, is in negotiation with  the Atlantic shipping companies and  the railways in an effort to obtain a  decrease in the transportation charges on cattle exported to Great Britain, which will open up this market  to large scale shipments from western Canada.  The negotiations have not proceeded far enough to warrant any forecast of results. Mr. Weir, however,  lias got to tho point where he is advocating an entirely new policy, en-  ���������**- *+ ������r-> <at_r* __4 aaaa. _���������_,       A- ,-. n.%^ r* *������ _***/**  ������rcuvuiU15     uO    Cn������aaagG  jla  _*J% ma������_  _,w^������ =- JS^JS? I 'uf^2***?e>?*--- ��������� -. ������I       j .- _.-....  REDUCED FARES  -  MODERN SHIPS  SAILINGS  Nov.   7 TVionireaf  Nov. 14 Montreal  Mov. 15 Montreal  Nov. 21  Montreal  Mov. 26 Montreal  Nov. 28 Montreal  Dec.    5 Ss.tnJ  John  Dec. 12 Saint  John  Dec. 13 Saint   Johr,  Dec, 16 Saint   John  Oucheas   of York  Duchess of Richmond  Montclare  Ducnees of Atholl  Duchess of Bedford  Montcalm  ������2 __������������������___ -ot  Vork  Duchess of Richmond  Montclare  Duchess of Atholl  Glasgow  Glasgow  Cherbourg  Glasgow  Glasgow  Cherbourg  Glasgow  Glasgow  Cherbourg  Glasgow  Selfast  Liverpool  Southampton  Belfast  Belfast  Southampton  t-s.fast  Bel-fast  Southampton  Belfast  Antwerp  Liverpool  Liverpool  Liverpool  Liverpool  ���������_.  T  KJtxt  IN at iona 1   JKarks  upon which rates have been imposed  in the past.  In regard to the ocean rate, Mr.  "Weir if, ���������iTi^������",'iyo*,ine*" to have the  whole rate basis changed. He wants  shipping companies to quote rates by  the ton instead of by the head. Such  an arrangement would give shippers  : advantages in shipping stock of various weights. A definite .decision in  this regard will he reached before  long.  On May 9th of tills present year, a Bill to be known as the National  Parks Act passed tlie House of Commons and was shortly afterwards ratified by the Senate and signed by tlie Governor-General.  This marked, the beginning of a new era for the National Parks of  Canada. They have now reached that state of importance in the administrative eye which entities them to a separate Act. Formerly' they were simply an afterthought administered under the Dominion Forest Reserve and  Parks Act. No longer can they aptly be compared with the house which  was built upon the sand. The new National Parks Act is the rock upon  which will be built a park system of which Canadians for all time will be  justly proud, a system which will endure, a system having the stability of a  nio-antain. No longer will th * paries boundaries and policy of administration  fluctuate with the rise and fid I of the various political parties in power at  Ottawa, because they can n������?ver again be made th.fi political policy of any  md every- individual  Liverpool  THROUGH TRAINS  DIRECT TO  SHIP'S SIDE  ejoo'k "four passage Now for tile Cfto'cu ���������������  . Accommodation  Apply  to   Local   Agents   or  n. W.  Greene, C.P.R.  Building,  Edinoi.ton.  G.   R.   SwalweH.   C.P.R.   Building.  Saskatoon,  or  W.  C.   Casey,  General  Passenger  Agent.  C.P.R.  Building, Winnipeg.  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS  ������������IIU!I  I       faj.  B^aa   *"_*  fl-cm  a .4  8U  And Anaemic  wb^ii o onri ic IotiptiM, dull _yrK.  irritable; when her color fades you  may be sure her blood is impoverished. When a girl's blood is poor her  nerves are starved and there is serious danger of a decline. Rebuild the  blood, strengthen the nerves and  good health will follow.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are of untold value as a blood-builder. Concerning' them Mrs. John Finin, How-  Ian Station, REX, says: ��������� "My  daughter was badly run down; pale,  ! nervous and under weight.      We de-  party, but are the policy, property and pride of each  Canadian in this, broad ^Dominion.  By the former Act all matters affecting parks were under the direct  control of the Minister of the Interior through the Parks Branch, and an  order-in-council could without the consent or even the knowledge of Parliament establish new parks, relinquish all or part of the present parka, sell or i ������i<?ed to S.ive her Dr. Williams' Pink  1 Pills. After  a few boxes she gamed  in weight, her appetite improved and  concession in the boundaries of any park. j eoior came to her cheeks���������in fact she  By the new Act. thirty days' notice of any such matter affecting the  parks must be published in the Canada Gazette, and then the matter takes  the form of a private bill and may be thoroughly discussed by the people's  representatives in Parliament before becoming law. Surely a reasonable.way  of dealing -with park areas which belong not tb any individual community or  province but to the people of Canada as a nation.  It is well that such protection has been thrown around' our great and  expanding system of National Parks, because as population increases and  the country becomes more and more industrialized, efforts to secure portions  of National Parks areas for purposes of commercial exploitation become  more numerous and harder to resist. Yet they must be resisted if the beauty,  and therefore the value, of our National Parks is not to be destroyed.  fully    regained    her     former    good  health.*'  You can get these Pills at all medicine dealers or by mail at 50 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., B-rockv-I-e, Ont.  Fqp fln-terwaier Sa_���������ty  WU1  Co-Operate  With  Agricultural  Interests  Trades and I_abor Congress Anxious  To G.ve Their  Sappost  Unqualified support was given to  the World's Grain Exhibition and  Conference to be held in Regina, July  25th to August. 6th, 1932, by 300 delegates attending the _6th annual convention of the Trades and Labor Congress .of Canada at Regina recently.  A resolution approving of the exhibition and conference carried unanimously, the delegates declaring* their  support to be an expression of their  desire to co-operate with the agricultural interests of Canada in all great  undertakings the objective of which  is to stx-engthen the economic and industrial position of the Dominion  among the nations of the world.  ^'  j***  ���������J        _* nr������vet������ m*stf^m.  1*4gl^        ������������������������������������������������������ ������*������fr  ���������  ___[  MATHIEU'SCOUGH   DROPS  Pleasant and.Effective   -   5c Package  "Pawgomow" In Cree  I     Conjuring Creek, the curious name  j of   a   northern   Saskatchewan   river,  was first suggested by that of Wizard Lake  from  which it flows.  The  ! Cree name is "Pawgcsnow."  Yukon Big -Game  Yukon Territory,    Canada,  is    tho  paradise of big game hunters and no  place on the North -American continent today offers greater inducements  both for the variety of big game and  for the dimensions of the trophies to  be secured. Mountain sheep, moose,  goat, caribou, and bear are numerous.  The moose are of the "giant" species,  and bear includes black, brown and  gr-fczSy. .' ������������������ -  -r,-i,._, ���������.  Once embark on a recognized policy of alienating" water-powers in our  National Parks for commercial purposes and a precedent is established which  will be cited by other interest-;. Our National Parks aro rich in forests. With  the waters and mountains they constitute the beauty of the parks' without  them there would be little or no water. But the lumbering interests look  upon them with envious eyes, and if the water-powers are to be exploited  by the hydro companies, why not the forests by the lumbering interests?  So, too, some of the National Park areas are believed to be rich in  minerals, but what would become of these parks if unsightly mining camps,  with their piles of refuse, oil derricks, ugly mine buildings, and all that is  inseparable from mining camps and towns were allowed to spring up within  their borders?  But if the door is opened to commercial exploitation in one direction, it.  will be well-nigh impossible to stop it m other directions.  Tho water-powers, the forests and the minerals within our National  Parks undoubtedly have .a commercial value, but so. too, have the Parks  themselves tn their natural state of beauty. Commercial exploitation of the  forests would in a few years lessen and in time destroy their value. Cutting  of tho trees would lower and ultimately destroy the lakes, rivers and waterfalls. Mining operations in time would exhaust the minerals. Commercial  inroads in the National Parks would moan a graduul depreciation in value a.  But retention of our National Parks in all their natural beauty will add  to their commercial value to Canada as magnets which wrill attract ever increasing numbers of tcmrists from all parts of tho world, whLlo maintaining  for Canadians of future generations the delights and bene Cits -of great national playgrounds, places of inspiration, and of health-giving happiness,  It is well, therefore, that the new National Parks Act hafi become tho  law of Canada. In this Dominion, as in the United States,, we must face  the fact that commercialism is the peril of our National Parks system. The  almighty dollar, declared by Washington Irving to bo tbe American god.-is  tlie obtruding deity. The struggle is between the lower and tho higher, the  sordid and the Ideal.  Speaking for tho then president of tho United States at tho annual  opening of tho Yellowstone National Park in 1923, Dr. John Wee ley Hill  snld: "Regardless of all facts and figures, arguments, appeals .and threat*.,  any plan however meritorious on its face for the com.rj'ieu-c.Hl exploitation  of parks must by tho very nature of its aims and purposes be immediately  doomed to failure. Good projects, bad projects, incUlYcvcnet projects, all  must face the same fate, for it is the established policy oC the. Government  that our national parks must and shall forever be maintained in absolute,  unimpaired form, not only for the present, hut for all time to come. This  fixed policy will not he swerved a hair's breadth by any huTiumco, ������������������JJh.aneial,  political or otherwise, If rights aro granted to ono claimant, others must  follow: so a precedent must not bo established. It would inevitably ruin, the  entire National Parka system."  Canada can do na less, and if any attempt la made, no matter in what  guise, to Infringe upon the rights of all the pooplo in their National Parley  thoy should arise in thoir might, and end any hi.oh attempt, The power is now  in their hand., hy virtue of tho new National Parks Act.  iii* eiiuun __H9twt$_ j?.������>i_i_|������_> _? -roiit  Submarines* "At Great Depth  R. H. Davis has perfected an invention which will enable escape  from submarines far under the sea.  The invention consists of a breathing  bag which is supplied oxygen by a  small cylinder of-.'oxygen, fixed below  it.- Poisonous carbonic/acid gas of the  exhaled breath is absorbed by a  cartridge of soda dime.-A,"special suit  containing the breathing apparatus is  donned in case of accident under the  water. It has been tested at a great  depth.  WHOL1  FAMILY  HAD  DYSENTERY  Dysentery is one of tho worst fotitis of bowel complaint and should be checked nt-once as its termination often, proves fatal.  Mrs. H. ; P. Stewart, FLndlater, Sas.k., writes:������������������  "Two years ago we were all very bad -with attacks  of dyBentory.- My husband got a battle of Dr.  Powder's Extract of Wild Strawberry and after talcing th.ee or four doses we. were completely relieved.  Since then tve havo never beon without a bottle of  it in the "housa."  On the market for the past 85 yea-rs; put up only  by The T. Milburi. Co., Ltd.. Toronto. Out.  i  Health cannot be looked for in the  child  that  is  subject to worms,  because worms destroy health by creating internal disturbances that retard j  development and cause serious weak- '  ness.   Miller's   Worm   Powders   eJtpel  worms and .aro so beneficial in their  action that the systems of��������� the little  sufferers   are   restored   to   health.ul~  noss, all the discomforts and dangers  of worm infection aro removed, and-  satisfactory growth is assured,  Now Aircraft I-iigine  A 'revolutionary'type of aircraft;lias  bean developed in Soiith Africa. The  weight oC the engine per horse-power  is said to be from, a quarter to a third  loss than that of other engines. It is  s-:aid to have no rods, crank-shaft,  shaft reduction gear or timing gear,  and that there aiye only one-sixth. tho  u.Mun'l nmifhoi.' of,parts.' m  ��������� I.ellcvos Asthma At'.TJitlo 'ffixpense-;  ThouanndH of dollars 'havo.been vainly spent upon remedies for asthma  and seldom, If over, with any relief,  Div .T. D, Kellogg's Asthma Remedy,  despite itH HHHimu.ee'oC toniMflt, cohU  ao little that It is .within reach of all.  It 1_ the national;remedy for asthma,  far removed from the- class of d-oubt-  ��������� l'uI and experimental pveparatlonH.  Vour dealer can wuppl.V it.  A  Gar<lou< Of Sort**  .Tie had been .to the manager'., of-  h_e to ask him for the day oil' ho that.  Iih could dig up his garden."  ".Tint, ray good man," said tho manager, 'Monea told mo only tho'other  day that you hadn't got o. garden,"  "Well, Homooiia rmmt have taken it  off tho window-Hill," wan the nalm ro-  piy.  tVflnurri'H Liniment altlM ������lrfd I'imiI.  [^ "-r1���������Trmrnm-nira- ' i' "'" ; .......n...-......���������...i..~���������-,____-____.  I  W.     N.     U,     .L*4(.U  Western Representatives;  HUN1ER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SASK.  ���������._-iJiiv^-i���������_a-.t,-���������{j._:i._-::iiaWh-WA���������-.  __-.������_i^���������rf.utJj!.toM.3 .;���������������;:  ���������.._.���������-���������---..^-..-....^ aiil lt| |jt^iirtiitit-i-ii-iip*^''^'*'*"*^*iiiiiii-iii_i_iiiii ttiii-ii THE  .REVIEW,    CI?ESTO^T,   B.   a  iENNETT SUBMITS  PI A-AI'.'I_l_  _PA AflT?D .4TfAM  -UMlrfillAllUjl  London, __nglasid.--~,4If this oppor-  tunity .for closer economic relations  is not seized it__u_yj;notcome again/':  declared Prime JVEin^ater -Rj.M3f.^'Bennett when he spoke by trans-Atlantic broadcast to the" citizens of Canada and mentioned the preference  proposals which He placed, on behalf  of the Dominion Government, before  the Imperial Confereiuie.  "I shall not refer to the reception  our proposal has received," said Mr.  Bennett. "In the near future it will  either be accepted or rejected. We  sen. only await the decision. It will  tie a momentous one, for I believe  and believing, I consider it ray duty  to say, that if this Opportunity for  closer economic relations fs not  seized it may not come again.  "This, I-need not tell you," pur*  sued the Canadian prime minister,  "la. in no sense intended as a threat.  It S3 rather a prediction which, unhappily, I believe to be true. Por we  must all have regard for the basic  changes in the conditions of world  trade and realize- that in this age of  great   industrialization     and     fierce  Teffs Of Slavery Conditions  Lady Simon Says Liberia Commission  I-epbrfc Wiii Reveal Abuses  London, England. '������������������ Lady Simon,  wife of Sir John Simon, recently asserted that the forthcoming report of  the commission of inquiry into Liberia would show that natives Jhad been  shipped overseas from .the African  coast "under conditions scarcely distinguishable from slave trading and  slave raiding."   ��������� _Y''.'  Lady Simon, addressing the members of the . Conservative Women's  Reform Association, said that these  and other abuses had been committed not only by'' private persons,  but also by Liberia-American negro  offic5*i1������_    inolnrHno-   flir������co   in       TiforHocsf  - ���������- .     ��������� 0    .���������-___   -t.      ___,���������_���������_  positions**  She contended that there" devolved  upon the United States Government  and to some extent upon the British  and French governments responsibility for coming to the aid of the Liberia republic for the total abolition  of the system under which abuses  exist.  PASCIST PA.**. w. ___-_, iftajft Shareholders Angry  Shareholders Off Grand,Trunk Stock  Have "Poor Opinion Of Canadian  Politicians  London, YEngland.���������In an angry  mood, holders [ of preference shares  in the old Canadian Grand Trunk  Railway- met again to receive the.  -report; of their representative, Ft. C.  Hawkih, on liis. .recent 'visit - to Canada.'./���������Finally they appointed a committee of seven to interview Premier  .R.-BY Bennett . and present their  claims.  Hawkin told    the claimants    that  when   France   had  altered   a French  loan    contract,      Chancellor     Philip  Snowden   .had    protested     strongly.  But Canada had gone much further  [ than France ever    did,    in    altering  j the   Grand  Trunk  contract made  in  ! London and causing the obliteration  [ of. 100   per  cent,   of   an   investment.  ! Surely  this should  come within the  Adolphe Hitler, head of the Fascist | orbit of  the Imperial  conference, he  party in Germany, which made sensa- \ -aid. .        -  tlonal gains in recent elections,! One stockholder spoke of a  against whom charges of high trea- j "damnably bad trick" and another  son are being instituted, according to ��������� said   the  expression: was  not strong  Carman Shrine Unveiled  Dead Poet Honored In Ceremony At  Native City  Fredericton,  N.B,���������With  leaders in  public life in  the province  and .Do-  competition the old rules, which in | minion taking part in������������������ the simple but  their time were good rules, may very 1 impressive ceremony, the unveiling of  well now be, if they are followed, j the granite shrine to Bliss -Carman;-,  sign-posts bfu commercial disaster/' | first memorial to tho dead poet, tool-  As all the peoples of the Empire j place here in his native city on Sat-  just now . had their troubles, Mr. j ������rday afternoon, October 18.  Bennett believed it would be the j Tiie family burial plot - in Forest  part   of    wisdom    "that    we    should 1 **m       cemetery,     where     Carman's  a dispatch.  i enough.     "If there  is  a. lower form  I of   human   life   than   the" Canadian  F������*__a  Transportation  | politician   I   do   not   know   it,"' ex-  j claimed a third.    "I know Canada, I  E-w  R������'A<*_l.*.sr Star!. 1have   met  P������3Lticia;as   ������������*  _.   W.        -flV6lIIUt:       UUH/lfc      _���������;,        thorr -,.-        ^^..,aa-;���������T,f  Og     Agficutture*  Federal     Minister  Makes    Announcement   To  Western Farmers  Ottawa  ���������and   they     are   downright      crooks.  j The only thing is to boycott goods."  ". Accepts New Position  Hon. Robert Weir, Minis- j ��������� ��������� ���������    ��������� Y-  ter   of   Agriculture,   announces   that j Hon. a. A.' numurig Appointed Vice-  farmers or others desirous of increas- ; President Of Eastern Pleasure  tag  their  present  breeding herds   or , Bieso,.t                                ; iect of prepar������llg a slte suifcable for  starting  new herds  of  grade  cattle,; Montreal,   Que.���������Hon.   C.   A.   Dun-   tne business section of the town.  west   of   the   Great   Lakes,   will   be '   ._        M ������������������.  A m _.-  lT__flYff     IVff O-J-ll-L-  _r������|*f%   _i||iTi_/i2|if i  rlM LnUIILniLL  SS NOW POSSIBLE  Winnipeg, Man.-���������Settlement of thev  town of Churchill, , Manitoba's sen-- -  port on Hudson,Bay, will nob be possible hextr-spring as expected, according to a statement "by Charles 'H.'Atl"���������'-���������  wood, deputy minister of Mines anO  natural resources. Water condition-  on the filled-in area, where it wa~  planned to build, the business section,  have created a serious engineering  problem.  Location of the townsite may b*  altered, it is stated, and until the engineering difficulty has been obviated  date for the site-opening cannot ~ac  set. Permanently frozen subsoil at  the Bay port offers difficulties hitherto unencountered an. municipal development, it is pointed out.  ' "The Dominion Government is busily engaged in huilding port facilities, railway terminals and, in trans-.  ferring to the province the portion  of Churchill townsite hot required for  the dock and rail-way facilities,  agreed to fill with gravel and sand  the lower-lying flats between the  railway and the higher escapement  to the east," said Mr. Attwood.  The Dominion has fulfilled its  agreement and In that part of the  townsite selected as the business  centre has already deposited some  40,000 yards of gravel with the ob-  by which there may be  won for us \ tomb with  state  ___^,              . , ning, formerly minister pf finance in t     "During the summer plans for the  come together and search out m^nq [ashes   were   interred   in   a   concrete j ^lpecl to ttie extent of having such   llie r>OM1inion    Government, has    ac- j townsite were prepared and recentlv  itate  recognition in  Au-I   ."' ' ". "" "'"wv*'"a       w" v"1   ; cepted the position or vice-president j the provinciaUgovernment engineer?  ried free of charge from  the stock- j and general "manager of "Lucerne-in- \ have completed staking out this por-  yards in Winnipeg, Moose Jaw, Sas- j QUetM3C," a now all year pleasure re- '  katoon,   Prince   Albert,   Calgary   and ��������� Hort and hotei on the Ottawa River,  Edmonton, to their home stations.  all a new and greater prosperity.  gust, 1029, was the scene of the cere-  -    \  The  prime   minister  spoke of the | naony.  common    traditions    and. principles!  1���������~���������~~   ������__*__ Sat^__������_������E^S_:|Erecting Windowless Factory  He spoke of the great resources of j    Canada and   recorded     the     resolve I Large One-Story Building Will Have  "to   use  these  wisely,    so    that   the j No Daylight  happiness and welfare of the tiana-j Cleveland, Ohio.-���������Award of "a con-  dtan people may forever endure." j tract fDr industry's first windowless  Mr.    Bennett   noted    the   will    to j factory building,   a  $1,500,080' plant,!  Conditions    are    that    the   heifers  half way between Ottawa and Montreal. The appointment was announc-  tion of the townsite, but in so doing  they now report that water conditions are such that make the filled-in  area unsuitable  as a townsite until  chosen shall not bo over three years j <ed by E,.-w> Beatty, K.C.,  president j such times as some methods or means  old and shall be selected with the ap- j of the oro-anigation.  proval  of the  Dominion government j      ������ThG    directors    - of  stock yard agents.  ' ������������������ .  j are devised to provide proper drain-  Lucerne-:in- i age in the perpetually frozen sub-soil.  economic co-operation in the Empire and he thought the Imperial  conferences would"' bring fbTtlr a plan  t.O      Taromrafn       f-Vlo     -aia-rjet-voT^far       <-f       <-1"ip  ... ���������  ���������.��������� _ X       ^*^i* ���������- ������������������ ��������� ���������'������/ Ci. M4vj  whole. Ho cited tiie example of  France   which,   after     safeguarding  entirely without    daylight, and    em-  F������r a Federal I&ank  Winnipeg,    Man.���������-Reduced    prices ���������  i Quebec make this announcement with  a   great    deal    of    satisfaction," Mr.  . Beatty  said.  The    Lucerne-in-Quebec   organiza-  ��������� for farmers' necessities, cutting grain j tion recently took over the old Pap-  bodying radically advanced ideas for j ^eiglit rates from^ 18 to 10 qents, I ineau estate- ovet.oolong the Ottawa  scientific creation of artificial light- j Rnd establishment, of'a federal bankj River, and a hotel on the log chalet  mg, ventilation and other working j wMch ^oidd make three per cent, i plan, with ��������� numerous individual cot-  conditions, is announcea by the Aus- j loana  to  farmers were   requested  in! tages, are being erected. Summer and  through which, there is no seepage.  "Until such time as further studies  and investigations can be made to  solve the problem peculiar to Port  Churchill .and to provide municipal  utilities and services in the town, the  ���������*-fc-l,/".Tr-l'r*f������rf_        r*r\ ** ct 5 r3 ir*%*r*  ������_>���������-   t_>   _   l-a������yO K-VA-.-._>_.V*^-_.   ������_*  tin Company.  The  structure" will be  its home -markets,  waa in  a: better  huilt for. the Siimonds Saw and Steel  position,  to  fight for   foreign ���������" trade j Co., at Fitchburg, MassV     It will oc-  and he did. not think increasing the rmmv':flvp mw a and wi.ibe nne stnrw  cupy five acres and. -will be one storey j to  jy^^i^  authorities,  in height.  .Want" Superannuation  Benefit  Saskatoon,    Sask.���������Caretakers    of  Saskatchewan --schools   will   petition  increasing  Empire   market   for   Empire   goods  would  result in   a  decrease ��������� In   the  foreign market.  Mr. Bennett spoke - of'the- wealth  of Canada's resources. In its prairies,  forests, mines, lakes and seas lay incalculable wealth. "It is our resolve also," Premier Bennett said, "to  use it wisely, so that the happiness  and welfare of the Canadian people  may forever endure."  Tho problem was to determine  what scheme of co-operation would  be fair and lasting . and of real account to all who joined in it. "Any  agreement based on sentiment alone,"  he added, "cannot be a permanent  .Ktto. If I ask this country to buy  our Canadian-wheat, which wo must  and will sell "in the high cat and most  -tnhie market, and'give you nothing | of cattle to Manchester, Fngland.  but [thanks' in exchange for this Ko'i> The whole boatload of a SO odd cattle  vice; you would soon tire of it. Siml- has now boon secured. The shipment  larly,.. if .Canada gave you preference will nail, from Montreal on the "M'rm-  fbr your goods iu her marlcnt nnd got | cheater Citizen," on October 30,  nothing but your acknowledgment .oi  Vancouver Shipments Increase  Vancouver, B.C. ��������� Grain exports  from Vancouver tor tho current crop  year to date total 10,G29,f!28 bushels,  almost (5,000,000 bushels greater than  tho corresponding period a year ago,  Of thla.Henflon'H shipments tho Orient  ban taken approximately five times  tlio amount shlppod last year at thla  dote.  resolutions passed by ,a meeting of j winter sports will be among the at-  360 farmers at Valley River, Man. ! tractions and the project aims to-  The resolutions have been forwarded j ward  the  development    of    a    year  around   residential resort  on   a   club  ��������� membership plan.  Government' ProVmscs  Help  '- Winnipeg, Man.��������� Government aid  to' farmers in purchasing bacon-type  Will Protect Citiaens  Washington, D.C.���������The U.S.S. Pen-  breeding  sows   raised   by  boys'   and ! sacola has  been  ordered   tp  proceed  the provincial government shortly for j girls' clubs    in    Manitoba    will    bo ! from Gauntanamo to Trinidad,  1,000  a super-annuatlon scheme, it was de- , granted by the province, Hon, Albert  cided at a meeting here of the Sas- ' prefontaine, Minister of Agriculture  katchowan Caretakers* and Maintcn- i states. The government will put up-  ance Staff Association. Delegates | three-quarters of the cost, as a loan,  were present from Saskatoon, Regina,    Moose    Jaw,    Prince     Albert  miles nearer Brazil, for evacuation of  United States citizens in event this  should become necessary. State department officials said no orders had  Young, Davidson and Rosthern.  Shipping Western Cl:itl]e  : Ottawa, Ont.���������The Dominion Department of Agriculture linr. arranged wJth a number of ranchers and  breeders in the went for a-shipment  in  an  effort -to  prevent  sacrifice  of [ been   issued   to   the   vessel   effective  valuable sows. "> after reaching Trinidad,  this;: preference  in  return,   I  -ear  it  could not long continue.  "But if there, h^hiri'ag'ree.tneni.'' inspired by jjontimen t and buttressed  (by definite" and lasting "and mutual'  advantages, then it', will not fall, for  it will ho oti-i eommon''iylah and for-  the [benefit: 'ofi...oae'h ' an<3 nil to Mip-  nort and nurttalrt it. TTnclo. I hat  agreement each of :��������� uk will be work-  Ing j pilmnvily and .properly '1n tho  ��������� interest of" oyv raaiJectlyp conn trios,  tt.neT that in the only way in which  wo jmay continue to promoto the  nraaporJ-y of |.he -ISmplre. ub a wholo.  We j would uh an' Initial Htop nal'o-  Bua^ our home ���������nmri.etH, retlueo to^  a jnlnimum mion)pki.yinen1:.'Wn wptild  then sell in the foreign markets the  excess of c>ur prodtiets pyw , homo  conaumption. ' By Jn^reaaing^ho Empire market for our goads we would  not, In my opinionv hi any��������� wny.der  tirenfle the l^reign malik,etf'"for'"siie-"  ce.ssfftil.oompotitl.ou. ,Ih eloMOly related  f.o the" ciuoHtihn'" of pVo'thfotlon;'1' ntifl  wpoalclng gone rally, the greater tha  production l-.h^ elaoapor In tho rnnt of  Unrodub'taon,  ���������aMM# laaaa-aaaW>������>WWW^M>������i-i������Miiiii m ~r\-f\ ii if ne; m ��������� i    iii-r- --fir in ��������� rt~f in"i"nn    - ' "Hi r Tfrm- . ��������� nn      "i   i.i.r i.  w.   w.   u.   .tiioo  KNTERTAINS NOTKO 'GUESTS  the public are best met hy delaying,  the opening up -of the townsite until  these problems are solved."  '"������������������, A..*ttrn_lnn'tt Deported  Vancouver, B.C.���������Sixteen nationals  of Austmlla"nnd New !_wilnnd were  deported from ..Vancouver oh the S.S.  Niagara, which sttiied reoently. In  all, 28 would-be immigrnhl.M wore  held up wh^n the 'Niagara 'dnokod  here., P.!:: wore allowed to land, urn]  22 wore refusad entry to 'Cnnolda.  Oiitnrlo IJhernliJonvontlon  ' Toronto, Ont.--Date ������o\- tho coming Liberal convention was oot for  (Deoembor l(t and 1.7," nt a copmiltteo  moetlng .of Ontcuio Uboralfl. Hon. A,  C. Hardy, president of lim OninrJo  T-iherul ArtHoolatton, pntfilflnd ancl W.  W. N. Binclalr,'Ontario Jt.ibornl, leader, was president,  Honor Memory Of Virgil  All Italy. Celebrated Anniversary Of  Poet's Birth  Mantau, Italy.���������All Italy celebrated the 2,000th anniversary of the  birth of the poet Virgil. Manthiia,  where he was born, Naples, where  he lived nnd ���������wrote; Rome, where he  enjoyed the protection and friendship  of the Emperor Augustus; and Brin-  disl, where he died, all joined in  rendering the celebration a fit' tribute  to the immortal memory of the  epiclst.  Ills birthday was registered in  tho calendar as a Saint's Day and  devotees worshipped at hlff tomb as  at a shrine.  Held By Brigands  Peiplng. China.���������Prank P. Lock-  hart, United States consul-general,  states that Bert N. Nelson, United  States missionary of the Lutheran  United Mission Home, Minneapolis, is  held by brigands. His abductors belong to tho Bo-called first Rod Army.  They captured him after tho fall of  Kwangsha, southeast I-lonan, to their  forces on. October fi. A largo ransom  has l>oon demanded.  liiifaiiSl  MHMMI������WMb������_  t  I I'   I  aMaaaaaaa  I,?,,  The photograph reproduced above i,h������>wu III.') IIoiun* W, JVRomh with  two noted giioHlH of government hbune, Toronto, Ont.. Glen, Sir Jnn Hamilton  <left.), BritlHh war time horo and now eh ami-Ion of peace, nntl Sir Benjamin  Robertson (right), noted Indian export,  Armed Banditti * Steal  Payroll  Wlnnippg, Man.���������Armed robbers  hold up tho office Btaff of the Canada Melting Company, on William  Avenue, and escnpod with tho payroll, believed to be about $2,400. Two  men entered tho factory office a fow  mtmitofl^beforo tho envelopes were to  bo distributed to omployooa. 'Clerks  .In the olhco wore horded Into a large  vault.whlie the robbers eucaped with  the payroll.  W������rk On Almhlp Stopped  Ijondon, Ring land.���������All recondition  work on tho great nlrahip R-100.  which vlHltod Canada last August,  has boon halted pending tlio govern-  mnnt'������ decinlon on the future of the  nlt'i-hlp clovolopmont program.  Commocelal training In the public  schools of Polond is being demanded  by parenta.   ���������  / ' THE  CBESTON  RETIEW  _-���������__-  1119  now  ��������� _r_pi������.ri���������S.S'  ������"*!������_ _-_ ir������\ ti qp  gJ'-LaWS. B _1       ������V-^      aV_aZ?%_'  th������ service  Local and Personal  OBirth���������On October 15th to Mr.  Mrs. W. H. Mather, a son.  and  xhe   Royal  Cafe in   the   new  Woo'  Barney   building   on   Wilson   Avenue*  opening for busin _3s this week. ������  Miss Clara Morrow was the holder of  the winning ticket on the quilt raffled  by the Women's- Institute, and which  was drawn for at the hospital  on Saturday afternoon.  "shower"  Rev. Father Lr. Choinel, O.M.I., wil  say Mass  at  the  Holy Cross  Church,  Creston, next Sunday at 10.30 a.m.  "Last  eiimatt.  Gin-  Van  couver  WiiSt WOiT_������__i  month I was in  Ohio," writes a  lan, **and being some-  3out the health  of my kiddies, I decided to  phone here from there. In  exactly four minutes from the  time I lifted the receiver at  Cincinnati   I   heard   my   wife  aTiR.__���������*������?* Q'h i".Ill ft Ptld  ���������>  The writer went on to say:  ''Several friends I have told  about this have decided to use  the 'phone more, especially  when they have forgotten to  write friend wife for some days."  Kootenay Telephone Go.  iU.\g.T������_D  LAND CLJE-AitlNG���������Tenders wiii be  received up till November 3rd for clearing two acres of land. For full particulars apply Fred Lewis. Creston.  The W.A. of Christ Church will   hold  a 26 cent tea, sale of work, novelties and  I home cooking   at   the   Parish  Kail   on  Saturday, November 8th, fron.   S  to  5  p.m.  a)  RANCH WANTED���������Wanted to rent,  orchard property with house, 10-acre  place preferred, state best rental price  first letter. Address Box 60 Review  ufiace.  Mr. and Mrs. Rainsy Rose of Medicine Hat, Alberta, arrived on Friday for  the funeral of the former's brother, the  late Frank Rose, returning at the first oi  the week.  BALED HAY and STRAW���������For  sale baled timothy and alfalfa mixed.  Also oat straw. Potatoes and cabbage  going cheap before storing. E. Nou-  i gu er, Canyon.  Mr. and Mrs.'L. Loucks of Cranbrook  were here at the weekend for the funeral  of the late Frank Rose, Mrs. Loucks is  remaining with Mrs. Rose for part of  this week also.  The cold -weather that obtained on the  grairie throughout n_v_t of last week has  rought-in th^B������cl_ir&nd geese from the  north ana 'auap-sJ^^ these birds has  considerably unproved.  -     -   . -       X~*    V .  To-night'- social feature is -he bridge,  under Christ Church Ladies* Guild  auspices in the Parish Hall, with cards  due to start at 8.16 prompt. Good  prizes.   Admission 60 cents.  A couple of lady Salvation Army  officers from Cranbrook were here on  Wednesday collecting for the Army's  harvest   thanksgiving   work,   and met  with quite a liberal response.  Mrs. Winters-en. of West Demars, on  the Arrow Lakes, spent a few days here  last week, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.  Pease. Mr. ������vai_ Mrs. Winter"stein were  former own ere:M the ranch now owned  by R. Stewart3|'-Son.,  Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Warren and  daughter, Marylin, who have been visiting with Mrs. Warren's parents, Mr.  and Mrs. W. M, Archibald, left at the  first of the week for Regina, Sask.,  where they will make their home in  future.  throuhout, including electric light, and  in the cafe the proprietor announces  that he will specialize in chop suey and  noodles.      - . ���������   " .-������...  The rooms on the second floor are well.  furnished and electric lighted. Hot and  cold water is available at the end of the  main hallway, and there is also a  modern sanitary toilet for 'the use of  those    occupying     rooms.   A     liberal  supply of registers in, the hallways  provides good heating on the second fleer  and the proprietor has gone to  considerable expense in providing f e  furniture in all the rooms. _me buildi; g  has a very attractive exterior .as d  throughout the inside the proprietor fc. s  shown the same care to make his pla< e  pleasing in appearance, comfortable art I  sanitary.  I ���������������������������������������������������������������---������������������OB--0_������  i,iaaaa,aai  aaiBiai ai *r ���������tt ii i  FISH AND CHIP SUPPER, 35  CENTS, at King George Hotel, on  Saturday night, October 25th, S to  12 o'clock.  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.  _. _ _ ,_.._  .i.Taa.a.A.a.  -_������������������_---./_-���������-.-  _^i_r_r __.__.*3 jot Aifi/i^.  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)     ~ .  MdNTOSH RED  -   JONATHAN  -   DELICIOUS  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  CRESTON,    B.C.  Knights of Pythias[At-Home  Wild Rose Lodge Knights of Pythias  held a very successful at home in the  Grand Theatre ballroom on Friday  night. The Pythians and their friends  to the number of about 225 spent the  evening at cards and dancing, with  musical items at intervals. Mrs. Geo.  Kelly favored with a couple of .vocal  numbers that were well received. Bro.  John Finlay provided two cornet solos  m ^al^+Savi_i of-a,1_i     <n.a*.J   1.4" ���������������������        Too        V^ilaAn  ���������.������    V.V UUUL   ������������������J *_J      E9,B_      ..._. ������3- V ������*_. ..   ������������������������������_ -���������  of Sirdar obliged with soprano solos that  were much appreciated. A3. Fredericks'  orchestra,, with their usual pep, kept  feet moving right along, the spotlight  prize going to Miss-Jessie White and C.  Ogilvie* Supppr was served in the K. P.  lodgeroom across the street.  C. F. Armstrong, chancellor cammand-  er. in a few words welcomed the  members and visitors and introduced  Col. Mallandaine, who made a short  address on the aims and objects of the  order. The night was well spent before  the dance was over' and the orchestra  were able, like the Arabs, to roll up their  traps '-and silently steal away." Much  favorable comment was heard on the  success of the evening, which will be  highly satisfactory to the committee who  had charge of the aflftiir, W. J. Truscott  Vic.     Mawson,    Sam     Steenstrup,   J  We have a Truck suitable lor every  General Cartage, Contract Hauling, Machinery, Wood Supplies, Grayel, Building  .'"���������'.. Material. ;.  FRUIT HAULING a Specialty  Reasonable charges.    Competent drivers.  We finish our wock on time.  H.   3.   MoCREATH  Sole agent for GAL.T COAL.  Q*  .0  .-.. ... A. -���������-��������� --.--.. A --K--L ��������� -.-���������_���������-.. -.--.-  ��������� a-.a-.a-.a-.  ___  __������_  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &b Veal  Phone your order and receive our best service.  New Restaurant Opens  *V^*^^*'WW,V^Vl*^l^naFW'^^VVV^rna|rVaVa-aW*lBr*������V������  ��������� v.v.v.v.v.v.v._.  -w**>  WW"*f'^*,mWWWWW^'W4t"*'  A . aa ..% . <_._L_aa. . aa. ___W_������������������._^^j___y.  . aH____Bh_aa> ~^-*-Ai^-i^rft>.rr'raS-i^iiAin*.a\iiifi.-'iiiaTn-~ ^*-  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.  Creston's newest business establishment was opened to the public yesterday.  I It. is new Royal Cafe which has been  I established in the new building erected  on W'lson Avenue next S. A. Speers' old  store, and which is in charge of our old  friend Sam Woo, who first came to  Creston in 1908, and remained until  1917, when he moved to Cranbrook to  go into business, and returned to Creston  early this summer.  The new business will be that of  restaurant and will also retail a line of  groceries, tobaccos, etc., while the top  floor is a rooming house with eight  rooms available. The building is 30 x  40 feet ane the lojver part is divided  into two sections for the better handling  of local restaurant trade, with the  kitchen the full width of the structure.  it    is   modernly    built   and  equipped  TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Br ana HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE  CREAMERY BUTTER  -.    C;__'_r*ffE_'.   _-     ��������� _B '    -*��������������������������� ������������"������ ���������"*���������"-   '   K������aTatji B-9 '���������  ttK&SMri nna 4\,umxjc*j> &*&*-*  -_  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  4rw  wtt l_fU  rrrT'f'������'rT'y'������'T'i T'Tt'ft'rt'rv'f  a^y^^.. ������y 11 ^ ���������  Vg'O'  ���������t'y't  liAitii    aa i A i ^    -^    iit'ii#il^ii������h.Ai^hi_ii1f'iiifciAliiA-J^rA~A~ A--'A'-jA'-_.-_.-_. -_.-_.-���������.-:_.-���������.-���������.-_. .���������.._.-_.-������������������.. _.^  The Consolidated Mining &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd.  Offi  ice.  Smelting and Refining Department  TRAIL, British Columbia  CRESTON  TRANSFE  REG2WATSON  ALBERT DAVIES,  ^pwaM ir yny nnyiuw wmmf m %MmwM ��������� mfrnimm/ iMWHy _mm��������� mmm*mt*mm*'*[]������'*  |MnVM<MMWMaMmra_n>WWa^^  ���������I'HT'.r.;1,1! . ���������, ���������:������������������-'��������������������������������� ��������� ;   ������������������������, ���������], ���������. ..������������������..; ������������������;i'���������"  Smelters and Refiners  Purchasers of'Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.  Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc.  TADANAC BRAND  ���������mmrn4mm*mmm**nmp*rmm*wmmmmMmp*mr^  m*a**mamam***mM*&4mri*Mm**1mMMfm*mmm'm  4  --. J  J  NOTICE  THE 1930 FORD OFFERS  Bigger Value for the Money  The new models with larger, roomier bodies and new body  lines cannot be equalled for comfort, 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 Valvo Machine, and it  certainly (times turn out a real valve job.  Our Shop Equipment  is the Best and  our Mechanics know how to handle it I  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER    A,    MAXWELL  SERVIOI. ON ANYTHING OPERATED DV QAEIOUNC  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given o,  thel ntention of the owners of Lot 774  Group 1, Township 7, West Kootenay  District, to forthwith present a Petition  to the Lieutc<nnnt-Govemor-in-Council  for the formation of the "Boundary  District" under the Dyking, Drainage  and Development Act,  G, J. GARRETSON, Commissioner.  CHAS. _-IRIC, Commissioner. i  DUDLEY ROGERS, Commissioner.  Creston, B.C., October 14, 1930.  Wa invite you to inspect bur  new stock of  __���������____> m  Men's  Dress SImogs  .* which' have{just-arrived t '  Newest^ Shapes.  Nice assortment of sizes.  Prices are vi  _gg i^_l.^^ a_r __ ������_������_)__  ff%m  aWaam mMmWmMmmm  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  Invest through,  our head office  When you arc seckii-g uO������e"������k������. _ki~  vcati_.en.ts consult the Manager  of any Branch'of thiit Bank.  Through the Bank's own Bond  Department at Head Office our  Managers are kept In constant  touch with tlxo investment market.  This ������service asmireo yxm off careful, conservative -election of the  highest grade vecuritieti.  &D0  IMPERIAL BANK Of CANADA  HEAD Om������ TORONTO  I Capital and Resaivo $15,000,000 |  CRESTON        -    . .       ~ J. S. W_ CLOWES, Manager  Braneheg. ������t Makon, Invermere'i Cranbrook, F*ml������ ���������������������������������.  mSm  TSS ���������JSES-.������N BETS-TOT  S)  ffo /:  JSL  _______________ * __B_8I_l  -___������_-__ * ________ '  iniin.fi  MltlUalilo  Full  line of  Local and Personal  Mr. and Mrs. Geo H. __e!!y are this  week *noving into their new rsidence  which Has just been erected at .the north  end of tjira. Mrs. H. W. McDonald is  moving from the Gleneoe ranch to  occupy the Brawn cottage on "VaneosaV--  Street, which the Kelly's have  vacated.  POWDER  ___>     .     * ^aa_a-T   ���������   . Wv W SSm*S'   dBJl-OaHcBaB    IBfe  I Ca_������lW  a -rs  The service in Trinity United Church  on Sunday evening will feature the singing of old familiar gospel songs. Pastor  Cribb will'*.!! t-bj������ _t__!'e_ ^rin^ted-'with  some of the old hymns. Principal  Stephens and Miss Holly Bond of  Canyon will assist with the violins and  Fred Smith with the cornets  The thank offering meeting of the  Presbyterian Women's   Missionary   So-  be  __a_L  M_au  iii  the   ehureh   or*  ������i;Pl^l?iISI^M WlPCVM.UICi.lT.   flKPTDIPT  .r <:*)&.  each.  f_rocinn Itruor ^Hnub ^tfif P  ������������������������-������������������--_������������������ B_B B ��������������������������� *.*Mm.������������J49AMJUl*MCBLSBUX)C*  Men's  'Headcra-.'  H _-_ ���������&���������^ <f"������  X_^t_XM^  Th& new fall range  has arrived. Call  in and look them  over. They feature al! the newest  patterns and styles  GSESTON  s  ���������-������������������--���������������������������������-���������___���������_���������-_������������������_���������������������������������������������������������������_���������-_������������������  ES  ������������������������������������  Monday evening, October 27th at 7.30  o'clock. This is an open meeting at  which Mrs. Ledingham of Vancouver  will give an illustrated lecture on  Manchuria. Everyone is very cordially  invited to attend'  FOR SALE���������Wigen'a 40-acre farm at  Wynndel, in whole or in two IJhacre and  one 11-acre lot, with irrigation and improvements, offered at one-half the cost  of improvements. Failing: health compels retirement. If unable to sell will  rent out part or all to right parties for  1931 or longer. Address 5. J. WIGEN,  Wynndel. B.C.  Bryan Williams, game commissioner  for British Columbia will be in Creston  today, 24th. to meet members of the  Bod and Gun Club and other sportsmen  interested. . He can be fonnd at Col.  Mallandaine's office and it is to be  hoped aii interested in game conversation will turnout and make it a point to  discuss these matters fully with the head  of the game department.  Cre_ton Valley local of the Canadian  Legion wilt observe Armistice Day In the  time hon ored fashion on Tuesday,  November 11th. There will be the  usual exercises, at the monument  promptly at 11 a.m. Rev. P. McNabb  has been asked to take charge of the  exercises, and there will be a parade of  veterans from Shell Oil Company warehouse at 10.45. The trustees have been  asked to allow the school children to  attend at the monument.  A wedding of interest in village and  district was solemnized at Bonners  Ferry on Monday^ afternoon when Miss  Ruby, second daughter of Col. Fred  Lister. M.P.P-, and Mrs. Lister, was  united in marriage with Mr. Larry  Andresen, of Potlach, Idaho* The newly-  weds returned the folio wing day and are  spend ng a few days visiting at the  bride's home, and will leave at the end  of the week to make their home at Potlach. Thr bride is a graduate of Creston  high school, following which she successfully completed the three-year term as  nurse-in-training at St. Eugene hospital,  Cranbrook, stinc*? which time she as  been on the nursing staff of the hospital  at Potlaeh. The bride enjoys a well-  deserved popularity with a host, of  friends in this section, and Mr! and Mrs.  Andresen have the best wishes of all for  a long and happy wedded life.  I HI-EE^Y GIVH NOTICE that on Monday, the 3ro*. day of November. 1930. at the hour of  10 a.m. -it^^;<_^urt House, Nelson, B.C., I will, sell at public auction the Crown-granted mineral  claims m the list hereinafter set out, of the'persons in said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxo ?  unpaid by said persons pn the 30th day of June, 1930, and for hit-rest, costs, and expenses, includiup-  the cost of advertising said sale," if the total amount due is not sooner paid.  JLl&l   UF jrR  Kaaae off Owner  Name: of Claim  Lot No.       Taxes  Costs assd  Int.    Expenses   TOTAJ.  NELSON MINING DIVISION  Constance  M. Sutherland, Henry E.  Nei., C_ik5.Iv. Holmes acid Jch^ *  -*&-  P.aU.      Gibson .-.  New Gordon M. & M Co    David Edward Grobe   Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd., N.P.L. ���������  Margaret E. Fletcher Estate __. .���������  Clarence C. Ladd Estate .. .   Clarence C Ladd Estate .....   Iron Mountain Ltd. .���������  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd., N.  Iron Mountain Ltd., N.P.L.Y.  Iron Mountain Ltd., N.P.L. ...  Iron Mouiitaiii Ltd., N.P.L. ���������...��������� ..  Constance   M.   Sutherland,   Chas. B.  Holmes,   Henry H. Nell,   John A.  Gibson.. ._...���������-_~���������.���������..._...���������.._...���������  Miss, Annie R. Allan ,���������_.  Henry   H.   Nell,   Chas.   R.   Holmes,  Constance  M.  Sutherland,  .John  A.  Gibson ..   :���������:���������  Iron Moimtsdn Ltd., N.P.L- ���������   Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd, N. P. L.   Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd, N. P. L -  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd, N. P. L.   Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd, N. P. L   James B. Rowley ..........���������. .   Iron Mountain Ltd. . .   Iron Mountain Ltd., N.P.L.  .   Iron Mountain Ltd., N.P.L _..   Iron Mountain Ltd.  ...   Iron Mountain Ltd  .   Iron Mountain Ltd. .   Gordon Q. Lindsay :���������:   Iron Mountain Ltd _........   Rose H. Hackney . . ���������  New Gordon UL & M. Co. Ltd. .. ...  Kate C. Constable .. -.- ....  Iron Mountain Ltd., N.P.L. ���������.._.   E. C. Wragge, A. H. Tuttle, R. B-. Clundy  Kootenay GOld Mines Ltd., N.P.L. ������������������  Margaret Gausdall  ._ .  Constance M. Sutherland* Henry K.  Nell.   Chas.  R.   Holmes,   John   A.  Gibson  _......, .........   Iron^ Mountain Lt*^ ���������..__.. ._....������������������..���������_.  Sheep Creek Coasoydated. Mhass Ltd.  <N. F. L.) _.J.���������......Y:._....���������.-   <SfaOA-.''ir*1:n__.'b-    *-_������������-^.U������I������ *���������^     _������-������_������������������_   TT>>1  Annie G.      6339  Antonio        3276  Arizona . ���������  13026  Blue Grouse .... .    2553  Bryan   .���������........ .    iggg  Clarendon   . . :    51*13  Clarendon  Fraction ��������� .    5143  Dodger  :..:   ..... 12083  Election ���������. ..... . ;.    2559  Emerald  ..    9073  Emerald Etact-dn. ........ ;...  Empire ..���������������������������.-. ..  Gem    ..........  Gladys   .. _..  3631  2074  Golden King .    3624  Gold Standard ... SG-71 *  Granite   .....;_...'. ..  2550  Greenhorn Fraction   3691  __ardscrab__e       102  aa������J.G*a_^al %a*.^a������ a....i.,.al���������aarl...ai(.,............ltaIa(a a__t_P(_P 4\  Homestake ..������������������,    4903  Invincible   12084  Jersey     9070"  Job Trotter  ������������������-  12085  King Alfred ... .  3368  King Solomon .... :    3369  Last Chance . .��������� .  12116  Long Tom .. . ..:      386  Mark Tapley  .... 12117  Maud S....... ; ... .    1442  Monday     3277  Montana      2349  Morning . .    9075  mvOL% _aaa*_        ������_������.*������������������������ ���������������aa...Ha..������aal...a..������H...,n. ������������������ ������-������**_-      _t9X_i  Myemer       2558  Nevada Fraction .   3933  WORLD'S  REGINA,   1932  54 GLASSES  $200,000 IN PRIZES  NdweU ...  Pickwick  Planet  ....  3838  12087  11745  Next spring is your last chance for sowing  grafn and other seeds for showing at the  World's Grain Exhibition.  EXHIBITS MUST REACH REGINA, MARCH 1st, 1932  British COlmbia farmers are urged to take  part in this Exhibition.  Your District Agriculturist or the Field Crop  Branch, Department  of Agriculture, "Victoria,  is    prepared    to   assist   farmers   in   locating  v reliable seed.  PURE SEED IS ESSENTIAL FOR SUCCESS  Writei for further information*  <N. P. L.) ... ....   Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd. <NJP_L.) ..  Frank Desaulnier & Esper S. Larsen ���������  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd. <N_P.L.) ......  Constance M. Sutherland, Henry H.  Nell,   Chas. R.   Holmes,   John   A.  ^aaTa-UOOaU.      ���������-*-���������������������������-��������� ������������������*������������������_���������������_������������������������>_������������������-���������__������������������������-_������������������__������������-������������������__>_���������_ ������������������J*a__-*__*_  Margaret Gausdal    Iron Mountain Ltd '.    New Gordon M. & M. Co. Ltd   New Gordon M. & M. Co. Ltd   Sheep Creek Consolidated Mines Ltd.  <N. P. L.>  ...-.   Iron Mountain Ltd. <N.PJ_.) ....   Constance M. Sutherland, Henry H.  Nell,   Chas. R.   Holmes,   John   A.  Gibson  .���������.....  Iron Mountain Ltd., N. P. L   Harry E. Wennerluhd  :.  Constance M. Sutherland, Henry H.  Nell,   Chas. R.   Holmes,   John   A.  Gibson   Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd. (N.P.L.) ���������..  D. MteArthur, P. Chapman, I. G. Nelson  & C. D. Jarvis ,   Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd. (N.PL.) ���������  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd. (N.PX.) ......  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd. (N.P.L.)    Andrew Wappl   Queen Victoria Consolidated Mines Ltd.  Queen Victoria Consolidated Mines Ltd.  Queen Victoria Consolidated Mines Ltd.  Queen Victoria Consolidated Mines Ltd.  Queen Victoria Consolidated Mines Ltd.  Queen Victoria Consolidated Mines Ltd.  Mrs. Elizabeth Hawkhia and Carlton  Currier ~   Queen Victoria Consolidated Mines Ltd.  Planet No. 2   11746  Poorman   .      101  Portepin    .    5036  Red Rock Fraction ..;.....    2B51  Robber  King  .:.... .......   3623  Royal Canadian      ���������33  Royal Canadian  12115  Rustler    3275  Shamrock   ....     3274  Standard    11747  Standard  Fradtlon.    9072  Storm King  3625  Sunshine     9076  Skylark    ���������  4994  . v.  Tamarac  _  6338  Tamarack Fraction  2552  Transvaal     5300  White   ;...r  2556  White Swan    2549  White Swan Fraction   2554  Archer   ,  3202  Butterfly Fr  6876  Elk  2081  Emma  2306  Ktruna Fr ....."  6877  Kiruna  6878  Monarch  2082  Monument     5012  Queen Victoria   368  10.50  12.50  8.25  13.00  7.75  8.50  8.75  12.25  10-25  13.00  10.50  8 en  10,25  12.75  13.00  13.00  8.50  3.25  5.25  4.75  13.00  T.50  11.25  9.25  12.00  5.25  12.50  1225  11.75  8.25  9.25  5.00  5.75  7.75  3.50  4.75  12.50  11.50  8.25  7.00  5.25  10.75  6.25  12.75  5.25  10.00  13.00  13.00  8.00  3.50  13.00  11.75  12.50  12.75  8.25  11.25  525  13.00  2.50  825  6.00  13.00  3.00  4.50  9.00  7.00  12.00  525  -29  .35  23  26  22  24  m*m  mmVZ.  24  28  26  28  28  25  26  .36  24  .09  ..15  .13  o_i  ���������WW  26  21  .26  .33  .15  25  24  23  23  26  .14  .16  22  .10  .13  .35  .32  23  .19  .15  20  .17  25  .15  .28  26  26  .22  .10  26  23  .35  25  .23  21  .15  .36  .07  .23  .17  .36  .08  .13  .25  .19  23  .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  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  ma r.0-  MH.lif  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  .3J.D  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  13.76  13.75  13.75  13.75 ,  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.76  13,76  TRAIL CREEK MINING DIVISION  HON. W. ATKINSON,  3     Chairman BJC. iCbminittee*  CEC-t^TICE,  Secrc tary E.G. Cammi .tee  ���������aa-.-   -L_-_.    ^   -Jr.-|^-L-|.^1|1^|[1.f^r^   "t-A-fftAjA-fk'A'-A'A   "    ^   ���������   *<a^-   ���������*-   ���������   -fri ���������-*at-   - A   .   A a. a-Mi   -   --. a. -ta   ���������   *-k   .A.A-A-4..    J-   ., f*\ - -fc'   ������������������ _������������������ _. JL ���������_>.  mJ*%*  !'   IF tOO ARE LOOKING FOR A BARGAIN  , : y, ,..^-<'jrffijjte-hf--  Ahout Three Thousand Feet of strictly No. 1 S-3rich  y SHIPIjAP, 8-foot lengths, at $^0i00 per thousand.  Also some '-"'No. '"1 ''''irili6mtt^iS'"'mmn  V-JOINT  at  $15,00 per (jhqusand.  i<^������_a������s'<oniywgiM>d until this stock is sold.  OHAS.   O.    RODGERS  t^famy^^fmtmmmjhmm^^mmm^m^ v*m0mi0*f*w/afim*mm^mimm^^^  Roland  Alien  and  vt  O.  Sin-tnons  HwWatt S30S-0_������C   Spltzee Mining Co, Ltd. <N.P1*.)     Mrs. Isabella Forteatti, Nicholas Mich-  aely, Roland Gesso and Jos. Barnes ..  Spltzee Minins Oo. L14. (N.P.L.) .....  Hewitt Bostock ���������  Mra. Isabella Wortcath, Nicltolas Mich-  aely, Roland Gos_o and Jas. Barnes ..  S. L. WllMama    Howltt Bostock ���������   Hewitt Bostock   Smith. Ely, Jr.   Samuel W. Forfcoatlr   Xa-QVaTlXv     JUOSwOCIC     *t*a*m***m************ ****m*mw****4nt*m*i���������**<*mm  Stvitze. Mining- Oo. Ltd. <N.P.L.) ........  Mrs. Isabella ITortcath, Nicholas Mich-  aely one. Jas, .Barnes    Cora D. Hccder .���������....;......   Rossland White Bear Mining Co    - ��������� Y.������ it: 1. *i i ������.  Alice L  4331  X-C^a-VrCOul  333  Derby  998  Dewdrop Fraction ............���������������.. 1647  Fool Hon  3297  Glass Pendray   041  Hattlo  1054  Highland    1040  Lost Boy  942  Magnolia     043  Paris Hollo  531  Rlchmord  1808  Silver Star  030  Spltzoo Fractloiu  2520  Sunbeam -'TucUau   BOOS  Bunnyflide  1B03  White Bear   1140  2431  26.fi  22J i  27.11  21.71  22.������t  22.. 4  26.34  24 JI  27.3 '.  24Jj .  22.4 i  24._1  28.S-  27.11  27.31  22.41  17.0H  19.15  18.61  27.il  23^1  2521  23^1  26.C :  19.1^  26^T  2824  25.83  22.23  23Ji1  1820  19.C?  21.7 I  172;  18.CJ  26.61  25.5T  2227  20.94  19.11  24.80  20.17  26.6>  19.1 i  24.0t  27.11.  27.11  21.97  1725  27.11  25.81  26.S3  26.85  22.23  2521  19,15  27.11  1622  2223  19.02  27.11  16.3?  1828  23.00  20.94  20.00  10.15  1025  28  13.75  242_  I2.GC  . n <-������  Aajl.ttf  _������..__  1225  24  13.75  2624  2.00  .00  13.75  1521  0.00  22  13.75  2127  8.00  .22  13.75  21.07  .8.00  22  13.75  2127  12.75  25  13.75  2025  725  .20  19.75  2120  6.60  .18  13.75  .20.43  0.00  .22  13.78  21.07  7.75  .23  13.75  21.72  11..5  23  13.78  28.83  3.80  ,07  13.75  16.32  2M  .08  IS...  .UM&  4.50  .13  13.75  1828  7.W  22  13.75  31.72  Dated at Nelson, tt. O.. thla 0th days of October, 1030.  H. U. TOWNSENB.  Provincial Collector,  K /,.,.  .a^wiM.a.i  -BOH  aa_-  .^.1,...^  mm*  Printed. Butter  Wraps Always  in  Stock at The Review :*������.:  TUT!    KEVTEW.    'CRESTON.    B.    O.  Moke dresses  _-���������____.__. ____.-���������������  r-nviT ������__������_  tmmswr g  _   1J���������M ���������������������������I ���������!        ���������__.._.      _ _ ���������_    _-     a>  DIAMOND DYES are easy to  use; go on smoothly and evenly;  NEW. Never a trace of that re-  dyed look when Diamond Dyes arc  used. Just true, even, new colors  that hold their own through the  hardest -wear and washiner  RimIs Use For Muskeg  May   Ej.iabii.Ma3   Inusisiry   To  Produce  fRsssSatSng' Material *  An American company -with -Headquarters at Minneapolis, is investigating commercial uses for the northern muskegs with a view of establishing an industry to produce insulation  .���������.._.a.--__n taruii -      -a���������      ____���������___���������       ^_  iuaicnai. vy_iti_      <_u_     jji __���������������:__      vi  using muskeg as  an insulating material ts  something- new to the ma  Diamond Dyes owe their superiority  to  the  abundance  of   pure  Anilines they contain.    Cost more .-_-���������- -.,   _,      -_   ���������     to make.   Surely.   But you pay no J jority of citizens of Canada, it is an  more for them.    All drug stores��������� I 0i& trick of the veteran prospectors  15c.  ^^WSi^et&p^FI'W  W^FOWr^  Dra moaiid<>---ltyes  Highssi QusiHy 'for SO Ymaws  WORLD HAPPENINGS  DDIS-Pf V TAin  im������S-_.l_l    lULiU  Otter  tonight  0\\\ U//A   "?tf*  Quisk Rt&ef for  CONSTIPATION  BILIOUSNESS  FLOATING, etc.  Alexander Harrison, of Philadelphia, one of the most noted United  States painters, died recently after a  long illness, in his Palis studio. He  was 67 years oLd.  The U.S. weather bureau will issue  th-e warnings from a radio station  near 3fadison, Wis., during the ha.z-  jurd season, it has been announced by  the state department of agriculture.  Medicine Hat statistics show that  only 210 dwelling's in the municipality  are occupied "by tenants. The balance  all being owned by oeeupants. thtis  establishing, most unique Canadian  record.  Plans   to   hold   a   re-uni������������n   c>i    ihe  f&mtiie;? and descendants oi' all forri-  er Presidents of the United Siate.s ai .  the capital is being f<i.<=ieied  in connection with the 1S������32 Washington bi- '  centennial programme-  Canada     will     produce     4 3-.26.0.CHK) ;  hundredweight of potatoes this year.  according to a  forecast made by the ;  Dominion Bureau of Statistics.   Last ���������  year   Canada's   crop   was   39>.J>30,000 i  ewt.  Prohibition of advertising of hard !  liquor in. Manitoba has been ordered :  by the Manitoba liquor control com- ;  mission. In future, no advertisments >  will be approved by the board. The !���������  ban has been in effect since the begin- ,  rdng- of October. ;  The association of South African j  Chambers of Commerce, in their an- j  nual congress, urged tho government j  of South Africa to pursue a policy j  of intensive development of trade !  with the countries of the British |  Commonwealth. j  Discovery of a Socialist bomb plot j  against the life of Marshal Joseph [  Pilsudski, premier of Poland, was an- j  nounccd by the semi-official lakra j  Agency, and eight 3nembers of the \  Polish Socialist Party were arrested I  at Warsaw and accused of preparing j  the plot. '  in this area.  But hundreds of log cabins of  trappers and prospectors in the  northern areas off Manitoba and  Saskatchewan have been packed  with   the   bog   material   for   years,  -j-���������*__������_-*?���������������-. r*- ..-.-.-i-f- Tv/*_i-_-i 4-"Wrt -f*"*v,cv nr ������*_*_���������  *av-_-������o|^**_*.^, -,_��������� ui w wv *-���������������._. lu_ _���������._. *^w __-_.v_^  blasts of the northern winds and tho  burning sun of northern Manitoba to  the entire satisfaction of the owner ���������  of the cabin.  No local information can be obtained regarding the investigations  by the American firm of tbe industrial use of muskeg, but early in i  the spring a substantial shipment of  tlie muskeg left here for the south.  mKw*m ^a^a_~> mm   tmrntmrnm mM* ���������_.ana������������������  '���������ffHBY ^������RK  WHILE YOU SLEEP  &8JNUAY 5UIWJL Ll-d&UI*  OCTOBER''26  WORLD'S T__MPJDIBANC_E SUNDA-!  ���������SPIRITUAL WJ3APONS IN A  WORLD WAR  Golden    Text:    "Every,  man    that  striveth in the games exercise th self-  control in all things."���������Corinthians  ������*?5. ...  Lesson: Galatlans 5.13-26; -Y  Devotional   Reading  13-21.  Wisp.-psg Ifewspapar Ikim  ij^Ato/gi  <By Eva Tingey).  727-^  -?.<=-���������  Should Check Up Unemployed  Some    ������Iay   Not  Be    I>eserv3i.g  Of  Government Relief  Unemployirtent    figures   in    urban  centres  are' augmented  each winter  through   the   migration  of men  who  work steadily on farms in the summer and rather than accept a smaller   wnge   for   the   winter  months   or  perhaps    merely    comfortable    board  they journeyed cityward in the hope  of  sharing   in   the  jobs  handed   out  by   benevolent   city  councils.    Urban  municipalities should    keep    a    close  check on these migrants and refuse  to   increase   the   burden   upon   their  municipalities  and    the    country    at  large   by  maintaining   these   men  in  semi-idleness for five months out of  the year.  It will be grossly unfair to tax-  1 payers everywhere if part of the  ; twenty  million  dollars   appropriated  ��������� by   the   Dominion    Government    and  ��������� the    thousands  of   dollars    that   are  | added   to   it   by   the   provinces   and  j municipalities   is   used   to   maintain; fn-���������_   ������������������������*,   ���������������������������i-���������   .,_,-.a������-i--,���������      I L i The   tiesh   seeKs   .ascendency,   ar  i the  migratory   class  of  laborer  who   him to choose the things he likes. The  .explanations and CoEnmenis  Christian Freedom, verse 13.  ���������'Brethren," wrote Paul to the Gala-  tians, "you are free from the Law,  but Christian freedom, doss not mean  that you can do as you please." Liberty and license are not synonymous.  Oo -tot use your freedom as a license  for indulging your lower impulses,  but serve one another in love. "Flesh"  is used here for "that clement  man's   nature   which   is   opposed   to  rv/iA/lnonci      nnrW     <m ������_!.!���������-/-. i_������      ���������������_*������_������     x_������*{1        T+-  ������1'W-,������ *_kW .J.-3        UU\i       A.-**,*'-*-*-'*-*        *.*.-���������_ V# V *-. *       -������.*-  nifies the entire potency of sin."  The Christian Love, verses 14, 15.  Through loving service for others,  you fulfil the whole divine law, which  is, "Thou shalt love thy neighbor as  thyself." Paul here quotes Leviticus  19.18. Then, recalling the fact that  the Galatian.s were prone to. quarrel,  Paul adds, "But if ye bite and devour  one another (act toward one another  like dogs or -wild beasts), beware lest  you .destroy one another."  Antagonistic Spirits, verses 16-18.  Submit 'to the guidance of the Holy  Spirit in all your acts, Paul counsels,  and then you will not fulfill the desire of your evil nature, for the evil  nature and the Holy Spirit are antagonistic. The Spirit strives to prevent 3rour obeying- your evil nature,  and your evil nature strives "to hinder  you from obeying the Spirit, for they  are at warfare one with the other,  and prevent your doing what you  would. "Paul's theory seems to be  this: Man's glory lies in his will. Tn  him, however, are two hostile forces.  : has been offered winter employment  i and turns it down in order to share  in  j ment  relief.���������Farmer's Advocate.  Recipes For This Week  Spirit urges him to unite himself  with   God  and   things  divine,   to   use  the ami���������, voted for unomploy-   t?^SSt__ -SSS-S" " ^^  _*. .-������.!������������      -o >���������   a���������,������������������+^ The Final Counsel, verses 25, 26.���������  If we live by the Spirit, by the Spirit  let us walk. Walking by the Spirit  is the effect of living by the Spirit.  If the Divine Spirit has control of  our spirit, then we are living righteously.  (By  Betty  Barclay)  SCALLOPED TOMATOES  Drain one can tomatoes from some  of their liquor. Season -with salt, pepper, a few drops of onion juice, and  2 teaspoons sugar. Cover the bottom  of a buttered baking dish with buttered bread crumbs, eover with toma  toes, aud sprinkle top thickly with  \ buttered crumbs. Bake in a hot  ! oven until crumbs are brown.  Build Big Bridge  S'RISTX I LY 1MB APED  ���������eanlltken 1he skin. Makes ��������� . All Ting_y modehs are created and iI when cool and beginning to thicken  lessly white. Cools aud re- ! ^J^1. l" SSVSS. P**01��������� I add the stiffly-beaten egg whites, anc"  ilieves roughness. Ideal for j ai*L>������o������������   ������ N������^ \oik.  ,.Ln|. t������������������     Hftrw_ ���������,,������-*���������������������/��������� ������.������+���������.*  Delightful    draped    cfCects  aPei-MlHii    lSatpi    ���������    the   unrivalled '  toilet requisite!     Kssential   to    every i  dainty  woman.   Imparts   rare   charm '  and beauty  to the complexion.  Softens  and   b  hands flavwl  freshes. Relieves mughn  true   feminine   distinction.   Delicately! -  ,   ,, -   ,    ,. ������     , .  .  fragrant.^ Swiftly absorbed into the | "��������������������������� of Lh������_ new bodice anil skirt  tls5.es. leaving no stickiness.'Persian offe-fes, gjvine almost Greek grace to  Balra JrivarfalSv creates n subtle ole-; th������ vo^������ish clreHHos.  Kance :wid charm. T,he ni?CteI   ,lll,HLpate<3  for. today'R  *"  ^_. .   , pattern   has   a   new   and   charaning  *~ . collaa-.      11 forma, a pretty drape on  ]al!tnS1oha Sto-ne For lOdmontou one side and  is caught with si morl-  -,,       4.   ���������.     .i.-^,,,������������t     rv.-    T,���������������i..incra   luoocla   or   a  button,   preferably  The    nnat    wlnpiuent    ot     Iyndall,fl jo,volod mVJ ,f thc imiici\ni ls rJc!fv  Kirme,  fi-oni  the  Tyntlall  (iiiarrJos  i" ; like  watin,  crnpe-dfl-ol.ine,   maronain,  Manitoba, t.) Kdmonton in connection ' chiffon vch-et, etc.   The model would  with tho {?2iM)rLM'M> contract for the ,\l-   illso lJllfe. charrnlngly   in    a   faconno  LEMOJV      TAPIOCA      SHERBET  WITHOUT FREEZING  ������2 cup'quick-cooking tapioca.  1 cup sugar.  2 cups water.  Juice 2 leanona.  2 egg whites.  Put, tapioca, sugar and water into  ! rouble boiler, and cook, stirring often,  | until clear. Throe minutes before re-  i moving   from  fire,   add  lemon  juice.  Structure   Over   One   Thousand   'F'eet  In   Length   Being-  EreeU-d  At  Brosseau, Alberta  Work on the steel superstructure  of the new traffic bridge across the  Saskatchewan River at Brosseau, Alberta, which is being bu'lt by the  department of Public Works, has begun. The bridge as the largest that  the department Jbtas built for several"  years, and will be one of the largest  in the province, running to something  over a thousand feet in length.  and  mark | heat well.    Serve with boiled custard  or heavy cream.  l)o rt a Provincial Buildings at Kdmon-  fon, har; been mink-1 sdiond of schedule.  DO YOU  SUFFER FROM  CONSTIPATION?  Comities?, remedies urc advcitiscc.  for causiJiMiiiMii, AJnjiy relieve for  the nviinciit l>nt they ;trc habit form-  iriM fipil nuiPL be continued. 'Others  cnjjiuiii caliiiucl tuul datigerous min-  crnt di-.igs, which rcin.du in tlie tiys-  tciii, M'lUe iu I he joints and cause!  ;ir5;-ls urul f.; t rri s. So mo are liarsll  purv..'.:l\'c5i whicli craiup imd gripe  i.ii'l   J'.mvc   ;l   depressed   niivr   fflcct,  Yl  p "  11it:ur<: s mnunnery io t)er<juie lazy,  A piip'ly ���������\'<������(ii'r't..Me laxalivo 'jiticli  ;o. t'.Hricv'A l.iitlc Liver TMIIh, gently  trmHies: Ifio livr'r, Mle sJarK lo' llow,  i.iie, linueh WA-*' wnily, I he in(osliiua>i  iirr t!>'.rniifjhly .;I."riiis<V| ,,nd consiipa-  tU'ii r������r,i:;oii!, pr.s,4 :i\v:.y. The sloinucli,  livrr iokI iMiwchi are now active um\  \ht- ->. ..imi '-anjnv ; a real ionic cITccl.  Sll thii(jKi-ttJ J be ami Vijc red pU������m.  W.    N,     U.     Ui_������  velvet of which some lovely new do-  signH are ta be seen.  An OH Of Merit. ��������� Dr. .Thomas'  ] Eclectric Oil is not a jumble of medi-  'cinal substances thrown together and  pushed by advertising, but the result  of the careful investigation of the  healing qualities of certain oils as applied to the human body. It is a rare  combination and it won and kept  public favor from the flrst. A trial of  it will carry conviction to .any -who  doubt its power to repair and heal.  Starts Mystery Flight  Douglas' Egyptian Liniment is  without a rival. Stops bleeding instantly. Cauterizes wounds and pre-  vents blood poisoning.  Less Crime In Britain  Several Prisons Are Cloned For Lack  Of OeeupantH  Crime in Great Britain lias dctcr-  WorldY Grain Exhibition  To be in. keeping; with  the  bodice   iorated so much that prisons nro op-  lino Mrt"^iu?i thi? fnr *olow capacity, and ������ev-  ness of stuff just causes the merest  dip at the point. The belt is narrow  ���������mcl of iiclf l.ijasuf*.  This pattern may bo obtained in  sizes M to 20 and 34, to ..12. It is  ready for Immediate delivery. Tt is'  hand cut,  Hoi id 2fi cents- (in stamp or coin)  to Fashion Ruroau. Write carefully  and plainly your.' name and full  acUh'uss, tho numbor of tho puttorn  and the niza you want.  How To Order Patl������rns  Artrtrnan! WhinlpeR Ncvvnpnpcr Union,  1T-V  McDcrrnut   Ave.,   Winnlpcir  . r,'.;il   lnlii-calitSjK, .lilri wliidi  only  m.-ii^:  the   iiil������>sliiir,M  and   niwnrag������       n���������tiprn  Nn                              '������5������.a      '  n.Min:-s rrnidiinerylo bcrouic lazy. i ' f,t,cni NQ st/'������     oral huve actually closed for lack of  occupants, pitatea Dr, Hlggins, medical oiiicer of the prison in Liverpool,  who arrived in New. York recently.  He attributed the decrease in  crime to the syHtoxn. of'swift justice,  HlvJqt laws, r.quiring the'closing of  tnitdoonB al certain h.uuv, and Lo U.o  fact that a prisoner or a ��������� person, fined  for an offence in icopt under closo  aurvcllianco aftor his release or pay.  moat of the fine.  World' production of sulphuric acid  now la 2������,d50,000 tons a,'year.  <5reat Secrecy Surrounds Deslliiatlon  Of BrltlBh Woman Aviator  Mrs. Victor Bruce, British woman  aviator, has started from JJeston,  Middlesex, air park, on a mystery  flight in her Hingle-sseater Bluebird  aeroplane.  Thc greatest secrecy autrouuded  hor destination. Ono report crodited  her with tho intention of flying oast  across Kuropc to Persia, India, China,  and Japan. Another said that who was  flying to Alexandria and then down  to Gape Town.  There was atill another roport. that  nald iiho was flying around tho world  and tvould be gone throo years.  Managing Director Now Touring-  European Countries To Create  Interest In Show  For the purpose of interesting ministers of agriculture and producers'  organizations in a number of European countries in the World's Grain  Exhibition and Conference to be held  in Regina in _i>32, John A. Mooney.  managing director, is now on a tour  of tho continent. His' itinerary ' includes the countries of Czccho-Slo-  vakla, Jugo-Slavia, Bulgaria, llou-  manla, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Spain,  Portugal, Franco, Switzerland, Bel-  glum and Holland; and ho expects to  bo back'in Canada by tlie middle of  November.   , ,  Nnmo  Town  i...,  /UlillH.rh   roeiMunatiUil   MIIt.iu-ta',M   Llut-  uiotkl.  ''"M /_/ fC TT__I ���������j^/Tr"J,,'v-,t  ���������M|.a������*_a_.W������ M���������. aaT^Z^'' m- 9 a^p>-W JI_*a/mJ^f������Mi������w-M.|w������-������^l3U      .    ,  ^mlij_t_mctor  Many motlijurs can testify to tho  virtue of ��������� Motlioi: Graves' Worm Mx-  tormlrtatoP/'hocmisb thoy know from  expedience how, useful it ia,  Started 3 n Small Way  The dahlia began its spectacular  career md������t modestly in. X7T.0 whon a  few seoda wore oont from Mexico to  ] Madrid. By lRdl-Saomo 1,200 varieties  had nprung froan' this little packet  of scodH (not hulbH---"a truly ro-  markablo example,", ������ny������ Dr. Hovvp  "of a plant'w capacity for variation  when aided by man." Today more  than fl,000 variation nro in cultivation, thoufmuclN havo boon cllcicardod  and thoi'o Ih a dahlia wocloty Jn  every otatc.  yJktLo r IWaiflfliWi  MEDICINES  Praises Vegetable  Compound, Blood  Medicine and Liver Pills  Ittffl HarJ-nrft+if|t������j (���������* l������*a#������ M,lwi j <������ ������i,������.t^i  Miumi(1'h I.lnlinent I**or dheHt ������on^<>s-  tion.  lSlrohtown. Q,\iebno���������"1 livo 3!J mihsa  "frhTrt town on a farm; with'all rh'y bomb  I dutifiH nnd'Ciluirn*  in������t to fttlcnd to.  At the Change of  | Li to, I bopniho nor-  vnim ������,i������l rundown, 'i'ho Vogo-  tablo Com pound  ''"'perl my whole  nyHtoin.lVty norvo������  | nro better, my ai>-  Iiatito Jh Rood and  [ nnviibla to do  my work. I hav������  alno taken tho  Blood Mediolno aial the Liver Filla nnd  they helped me. T will r������nmv������r l������ttor_  from women tuikluB nboub your m������dt������  ciue������."'���������Maw. ItiuiiAim CuAitwow^  l.Mrel.t<>wu> Oueboo.  '^1  1  _il>L_^���������__lWALMk__Jli_^tbi_j_.lia_^  sdEto__R^a_Msgii_aiiM ���������^_EtB.::: T^vrew.- OT-.F^TOK  Oi:i������::!^:!::&>!_������*?  f-r!=:::_!i::!:?::::Si^._  - ^gY FOR IT"���������"'  J^HILDREN hate to take medicine  ^*/' as a rule, but every child loves  the taste of Castoria. And this pure  vegetable preparation is just as good  as it tastes; just as bland and just as  harmless as the recipe reads.  When Baby's cry warns off colic,  a few drops of Castoria has ____.  soothed, asleep again in a jiffy. Nothing is more -valuable in diarrhea.  When coated tongue or bad breath  tell of constipation, invoke its gentle  aid to cleanse and regulate a child's  bowels. In colds or children's diseases,  you should use it to keep the system  from clogging.  Castoria is sold in every drugstore;  the genuine always bears Chas. H_  Fletcher's signature.  :&ms^mw\m  ���������BBSS  heard Nick say,   a   trifle   hoarsely:  y'Gay���������darling-���������if * I'd knbwnl e ,_.'"."  And just then a voice broke In upon them: a high shrill, old-man voice:  j "������y"gorry! if aia't Nick Hasting^!"  J,! They both stared,.to "behold a. 'lit-.  j tie man in baggy trousers and a wide-  (brimmed hat. He was carrying a huge  umbrella, and looked to Gay like a  character  from  Dickens;   but Nick,  beaming,   stretched    out   a    cordial  ������_a_-_u  "Why, bello, Mr. Bartlett! Aren't  you a good way from home?"   .  '1 be and I ben't," was the enig-.  matic answer. "Truth is, I've moved  since last you come, Go __������__.'t stand  the noise from that darn railroad;  but no place is ever goin* to seem  home to nae but the house where I  lived with ray old woman. This your  lady, Nick?"  Nick grinned, and turned to Gay  with the familiar light in his blue  eyes again.  s"Gay, I want you to know Mr.  Bartlett, a. good friend of ^mine. This  is my���������wife, Mr. Bartlett. I've been  married since last you saw me. We���������  we're taking a little trip."  The old man lowered hia umbrella  and squinted up out of near-sighted  eyes.  "Well, well. Pleasant time to be  startin', Some like fall, but I say, give  me spring- every time���������spring an*  apple blossoms. Ain't nothin' prettier.  Where you aimin' to put. up over  night ?'Y  "We haven't made any plans. That  is, we���������we started rather suddenly  and������������������" :  _. sec, X ace,     xuwii _.������.������.__. _s_i-.   - ��������� . - =  aturns  -/"������.   Aj^*  ��������� J_=s8_=8.%.ias-  -^    "'yl^'mltWJf'  ,^__ H���������M 8������ ^a/���������M_S  Vicks* healing,  antiseptic ingredients bring  soothing   relief  *BL3  (ft������#??tf{UJG,\'Jars Uses Y������AJWi>  mony in the office of the Justice of  the Peace. When they left, Mr. Bartlett waving a vigorous farewell from  his front porch, they were themselves  again.  "That old man does a lot of busi-  nsoa   ...5+V������    ������->._.   *������naVI->f   fv.T{_T-    _-----Jj-!������-_ -������  when they turned a corner^ "Rich as  ������rmd, he is, sad quite a character.  Mr. Maxwell used to send me over  gKiiHS|iiNi!i{iiiiEiuiiiiiiiiifiniiiiiifii3i3  s   rn������������  r_i?c_TV   ":I  E  B  R  f_  HIGHWAY  ��������� BY -.  CHRISTINE  WHITING  PARMBNTER  Copyright 1929  niSE-fiUllia!!.VP.liHi������ail_-3-IUHS.iEB.(BElEl_^  CHAPTER II.���������Continued.  Considering all it meant it was over  in an incredibly few minutes, but during the entire time Gay did not look  at Nick. She - looked : at_i Uncbln. not  alone because , his familiar^ visage  steadied her, but because if she kept  her eyes upon 'him, she couldn't see  Josiah K._Miller's_beard.  Somehow she. found herself shaking hands with the owner of the  beard,, and nodding dazedly to the  clerk and the stenographer. Somehow, wittf the help of Nick's firm  hand, she got .down the. dark stairway, and -into the blinding sunshine  <bf the spring, day.  Still she didn't 'meet Nick^s eyes.  The whole performance had been a  nightmare���������a    hideous    travesty   . of  Iett. "That's the way to do. That's the  way we'd start out forty year ago,  me and my old woman; only we went  behind art old,white horse. Say, why  not U3e my camp?"  Nick stared a minute, "you mean  that bully little cabin on the hillside ?  The place I found you when I brought  over that mortgage for you to sign?"  His voice was eager, and the old  man beamed.  j. "That's it. Awful pretty place to  ������������ i stop. I was there yesterday���������cleaned  her up���������laid the fires���������took up a lot  o' canned goods, thinkin' maybe I'd  be goin' to stay a. day or so. May need  a mite o' dustin,' but gorry! so does  the Central House! You're welcome  to stay long as you. -want to, Nick,  that is, it7 your wife'd like it."  "You "would, wouldn't you, Gay ?"  asked-Nick eagerly. "It's the snuggest  little place you ever saw, with a  glorious view of the White Mountains  from the porch. Of course, if you'd  rather, go  to  a hotel- " he  added  reason the old codger took a fancy to  mie. Don't know why, except that I  used to jolly him. Once I spent a  whole day with him at his camp. Oh,  Gay! I hope you'll like it the way I  did J it may atone "  He stopped abruptly, and drew her  attention to some budding violets. A  silence fell upon them, but it was a  silence of understanding, not constraint- Once, indeed, Nick lifted the  hand that wore his ring, slipping it  beneath his own upon the steering  wheel; and the act brought Gay a  sense of security and well-being.  But they were children again wben.  they explored, the cabin. Nick declared  that it was even more delightful than  he remembered it; and insisted, with  an ardent glance that brought color  to Gay's cheeks, that the added  charm was due to present circum-  stancec.  "It's���������perfect," she agreed.  They had finished their supper and  stood together in the doorway, looking down through the pines that  guarded their hearthstone, to where  at her feet, idly running the brown  needles -tlxrough-i his fingers.  ':������������������������������������ "But I could stay here forever 1'J  he exclaimed, and. his regret at* leaving "The: Bird's Nest/' as Gay had  christened their first ��������� stopping ��������� plaee  among the trees,".was so apparent  that, the girl smiled.  "Forever?" she queried. "And  what's to become of the ends of tlie  earth you were seeking?"  He straightened up, looking at her  with what she secretly - called fais-  ���������'new look"���������not the comrade-look  she had grown up' with, but something dearer.  "It   sounds   rather   far   away���������the \  ends of the earth," he admitted.      "IJ  won't say that it doesn't call me, but ]  in the last week I've discovered qualities I didn't know that I possessed.  Perhaps I'm becoming- tamed! If I'd  had the sense to" discover you before,  Gay, we'd be living contentedly in my.  late -uncle's house on Elm Street, and  you'd he  kissing _ me  good-bye  each  morning    at    eight-fifteen,    when    I.  started for the bank."  (To Be Continued).        '  Kric__s$  ���������*  a different wo mm "  *  NO MEDICINE LIKE  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  *-_?vro years ago I began to get  tfgpxessed, and everything was too1  jamch trouble for me. I was u-misery  to myself. and everyone around me.  X was advised to take dauber S:iUa  bjr my" friends who said ifc iv���������s the  same as Kruschen but it did mc mr������  fijoodiI sov at last my husband got me  abottLe oi" Kruschen and no one would  Eeahse the different woman I ara. I  have been taking Kruselicn now  constantly for two years... My daughter  ���������&___> Would hoc be without'U. I have  3jQt^_ny .'neighbour to. take Kruschen  9*- w_H and she has found its worth'  aa she feels a, different woman."  ���������{Mrs. ������..A. K.)  The commonest cause of dcprcssio-iK  ia partial constipation- an insidious  oonapiaint because the .sufferer is  seldom aware of it. It means the  gEg^al accumua_>ti6n of lx>dy poisons  wyvyvxluii tiie mind, damp the spirits,  sap:.the nervous strength and lower  the whole vitality.' "  "-  K-Usehcn Salts make const.patu������ii  Impossible. Therefore, if you keep to  Kruschen you need never know the  __5___!hg' ofmelancholy ; never fee.  ������������������ narvy " or depressed.  Eljfe Helps For This Week  For Either the Newborn Babe Or  the Growing Child  There is no other medicine to equal  Baby's Own Tablets for little ones���������  whether it be for the newborn babe  or the growing- child the Tablets always do good. -They are absolutely  free from opiates or other harmful  drugs and the mother can always  feel safe in using them.  Concerning the Tablets, Mrs. John  Armour, R.R.- 1, ��������� South? Monaghan,  Ont.. says:���������"We have three fine,  healthy children, to whom when a  medicine is needed, we have given  only Baby's.Own. Tablets. The Tablets are the best medicine you can  keep in any home where there are  young children."  Baby's Own Tablets are a mild  but thorough laxative -which regulate  the stomach and bowels; banish constipation  and   indigestion;   break  up  ~ j-i     _.    _    j i colds   and   simple   fever   and   make  green w^ands borderea on greener ]teetIling.   easy, ^    They are  ^-^ ^  *~ ���������-���������--'- ������������������*--��������� .-    .     jne^icij^e. dealers or direct by mail at  25   cents  a box from" The  E>r.  Wil-  doubtfully, but Gay, who had regain-  end her composure during this conversation, reassured him.  "It sounda beautiful. I'd like it  much better than a hotel, and -"  "Well,, that settles it!" interrupted  tlie old man quickly. "Now if you'll  take my umbrella (I had a sunstroke  once, ma\a.m, and never travel with-  sacred things. She was hurt and quiv-| out it), I'll hang   _onto the    runnin*  erihg. She glanced down at tlie gold  band on her fourth fing-er���������wondered  vaguely where Nick had got it, and  realized at its sight that she was  married���������married' without the touch  of her husband's lips. The thought  that not once during tlie whole day  had Nick been anything but brotherly, suddenly scorched, her. Surely, had  he loved her ever so little, he would  have kissed her! And to let her be  married in that dreadful place. . . .  Gay, didn't know that .her. quick  breathing was almost , audible. She  hardly knew that they were in the  car again and had left the highway  for a secluded street. She didn't notice that, the car had,stopped; but she  board and you can carry me back to  the house���������third from the corner,  Nick, the white ono, and I'll give you  the key. No, ma'am, don't move. I  like rldln' on the runnin' board.  Makes me feel like a boy. It's lucky  I wont up yesterday and aired-her  out. The bed's all made, ma'am, nnd  they's extry blankets in the chest.  I'll give you a jar o' milk and some  eggs.".   ;' .��������� ," ������������������������������������������������������.'���������������������������   -    _    ;  Ho continued to rattle on, planning  for them as happily as if they had  been hia children. It was, perhaps, the  best: thing that could have happened  to them at -just that moment. It  brought them back to a sane and'normal world, after that torturing cere-  PHILLIPS.:  duo toA*>������J i  sourctowach  CON������TII������AT[OH  CW.8, NAU������������*  Oitiuc  HBO jbjb. ^SBP  a_H_aaa  IT  Many people, two hour., after eating, sulTor Indigestion as. they call it.  It la ufumLty oxoouk acid. Correct it  with an "JHUnli. Tho boat way, tho  quick, harmless.qnd cKlclont way, i������  Phillips" Milk of Mogaonlai Jl has  wmained lor BO yonrfllho Htnndnrd  Willi physicians. Onp, upoonfuS in  water., neutralizes) many times itn  You will never use crude mell.o������S������.  when you. know thia hotter method.  And you will'never Bitfltor from ex-  coqb acid whon you prove out thin  cnay relief. Please da that���������for your  own salco���������now.  Be sure to get Ihe genuine, pro-   r,   -  ,_        - Berthed by doctora for cOndltluntt  volume In ntomrach ncitlu, nncl at due to excess, aoid. It is always a  i>ne������>, ���������TlwRymptnmn,'fl������jeh n������h������Snd- Hqntrl; it eannot hva mtitle in ttsbkl  Helled, iMfi, hoarlburn, etc., will form. Look for tlio name Phillips'  disappear in Ave minutes. and the word genuine in red.  meadows���������where quiet rakes gleam'  ed dully in the twilight, and mountains, blue and majestic, were silhouetted against the sky. The silence  deepened. A star shone out-���������and then  another Gay drew a tremulous breath.  "Ifeel���������like a bird in its nest.'"  Nick's, arm west '~a-v������"������d Sier shoulders, drawing her closer.  "'A. bird in its nest,8" he echoed.  "Well        " He dropped the protecting  arm, and faced her suddenly. "Gay���������  what have you thought of me all day ?  It came to me there in that abominable office, when���������T^hen you wouldn't  look at me, that I-hadn't behaved the  way I should have.. I suppose I was  teasing myself a, little. I didn't realize that I was teasing you as well.  Do you remember when we were kids.  Gay, and    my   mother'd    sometimes  take us on a  picnic3  how I  always  saved  the  choicest  morsels  for the  last? I think, dear, it waa that quality in my make-up, which kept mo  from kissing you today when I was  tempted.   I  thought:   "I'll   wait.   Our  first kiss shall be-part of our wedding  ceremony.' "Ceremony! In that horrible place! Oh, Gay,  don't you know  that it hurts me as much aa ever, it  hurt you? I thought:  Tf only she'll  look into my eyes I'll mal<c her understand.' But you cildp't look;, dear,  and���������and  of  course  I  couldn't kiss  you there! And when we got outside  it waa hard to apeak. I waa scared,  honestly, ��������� scared of what you must be  tin inking,���������Gay���������dearest���������-let's. forget,  it, and���������and���������:���������**  "Fprjget ������������������our wedding?" u ,  "Yes, if you call that miserable affair a wedding. I don't. I think it  takes something snore than a slovenly  Justice of the Peace, and the signatures of a gum-chewing girl and ,,&  vulgar 1 it tie clerk, to make a marriage. God's a good e'noxigh wEtnoss  for mo, Gay; and X-'pnomlne you now  that I'll love yoi*���������and honour you���������-  and be true to you, dear, 'luutil death  lis do part,*"  His oyoB mot herri in-a long and  steadfast look, ���������*  Mutely, sho stretched 'out her  hands, and holding: them 9n a warm  .loop against his heart, Nick kis���������od  her.  CIIAPTJOTR III. ���������  A week later they wero on, their  way, though strangely, it was Nick  who protested at Jt change' whon Gay  Buggoatod that ^hey had accepted Mr.  Bartloti'a ��������� 3_0Hp Ifcnty |.(ty . lowir enough.  She won seated .oji; the Kroimd beneath a pine trab, while thn hoy lay  liains' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Riot Caused By Umbrellas  Indian JLow Oastef* Carried Them For  ��������� a-,JBay  _   -���������������-  -l ~t-'  _.-. .--_'_&.___.  ..__n-���������.���������as���������_   ������������������.-3  -.    __  HOu* i_"t. .v_   iw __���������-_-.*_.   taaal D_ c_������_3   <:nnxa  shoes caused a riot on the Laccadive  Islands, 150 miles off the Malabar  coast. The'Ko$[as,,or aristocracy of  the islands, long' ago decreed that  they alone might go shod and carry  umbrellas but when; the western  shipment came in the YMalumia, or  sailor caste, and the Melacheria,  who pick cocoanuts, decided to try-  dressing up. They picked 11 Melacheria and nine Malumis to defy the  old edict and it was a gala day for  the strutting low castes until tlie  Koyaa' chief heard about at and ordered out his spearmen. After the  fight the mannequins found themselves in jail.  - ^Whatsoever thy hand findeth to  dov dm it- with thy might."���������Ecclesi-  astets i_c- l().  ;������*9 Hie work that's nearest.  Tljough it's dull at whiles.  Helping when we meet thern  lame dogH over stiles.  /-^._-, _l . ������������������ ; _ _....1^--  -g^ ������������������_/Siariea    r_iu^ai������;j'.  g_W. are needed to do the out-of-  tSmm>mjnmy--~:tiiska which startle the  werldU and. one may be most useful  jusi ismsig coainaon-plaee duties; and  leaviisg tise issue with. God. And when  it f& sM. over, and our feet will run  __>._������_0_a_-and our hands are helpless,  aii*_Lwei have    scarcely    strength    to  -rnfrnrftW a last Prayer> then we shall  3S& that instead of needing a larger  fiei-l we have left untilled many corners <g������ -*ur single acre, and that none  of It Ss- fit for our Master's eye were  fctUSfelSor the softening shadow of the  CfeSSS.���������--George Macdonald.  9__na_raps    IJnlment    has    a-  hundred!  Up-Keep Is Expensive  More To ISnn New York. City  -, ��������� Tluwi Canada. '  !H__ 3931 budget, of New York Citj'  ���������sao-tnt to a new bJgh record of  at least $632,_������0,000, a survey of New  7or_fa9 expenses, past, present and future, indicated.  TWfl wouid amount to $67,630,272  waw& than ihe budget for "the current  y������_ar and would be the greatest in-  ereaoe In. the history of .any city any-  vAumn.  Thi? entire governmental    expense  #__* t_B& Dominion of Canada in !92i������  waa About $281,400,000 in round tig-  urea iselow  the  city budget that  is  csspested in 1931.  AD  H U RT ?  vv  W.    1ST. <.JU.    IBttfv  ORK won't wait for a  headache to wear off.  Don't look for sympathy at  such times, but get some  Aspirin. It never fails.  Don't be a chronic sufferer  from headaches, or any other  pain. See a doctor and get at  the   cause.   Meantime,   don't  play martyr. There's 'always  ���������quick comfort in Aspirin'. It  never does any harm. Isn't it  foolish to suffer any need Ies a  pain? It may be only a simple  Headache, or it may be neuralgia or neuritis. Rheumatism.  Lumbago. A._pirin ts still the  sensible thing; to take. There  aBwoys   to   be   relied   on  for  b.t_afa_ig up colds.  Haay    the    box:    thrfif   aayn  is hardly any ache or pain these    AmItJii     and    han   'Genuine  tablets can't relieve; they are a    priitcd in red. Genuine Aspirin  great comfort to women who  suffer   periodically;   they  are  tabSotc  /do   not   depress   the  huurt. All drugf^sts.  AC D I D I kj  TW^IWU������ARt< WSn%,  mmmmmmmm ���������"Iff-MBUM  THIS./ Ul.J_i_.TUJN   JKJ_V1I_W  Local and Personal  FOR SIlLE���������Ford touring car, tn good  shape, $100.   F. W. Ash, Creston.  jss. Cook is a business visitor at  Sirdar this week, leaving on Tuesday.  FOR SALE���������Heavy team, harness and  wagon. Can be seen at Fred Powers  ranch.   John Bird* Camp Lister.  -_.���������_.--_-_.--���������--.. -.._.-_��������� --.--.--���������_ ._���������..-,���������-.,.-..<-.  r  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  H !���������-_-������.. _-J-.-V _-. B(aa.������^^A  UlUailUSI    RlUiUlS 1  Wish   to   announce  that  we now  have   .   ���������  agency for  Chevrolet  Cars and  Trucks  A full stock of Parts  and Accessories.  FOR SAIiE���������Young pigs, 6 weeks old, j  $5.50 each.   Bert Yerbury, Camp Lister, j  FOR SALS���������Two heating stoves, will!  burn coal or wood. F. Putnam. Erickson.  Mss. Jas. Armstrong of Nelson is a  visitor here this wesk, a guest of her son,  C. F. Armstrong,  Mrs. Jas. Cherrington left on Tuesday  on a visit with her daughter, Mrs.  Howard Allan, of Trail.  FOR SALE���������38.55 calibre Winchester  rifle, lever action, in good condition, $10.  Apply P.O. Box 82, Creston.  QCOW FOR SALE���������Holstein, very  gentle, good milker and bred to pedigree  Jersey. A Stuart Evans. Camp Lister.  B.C.  Mrs* R. B. Staples of Kelowna is renewing acquaintances in Creston this  week, a guest off Mr. and Mrs. A. L.  Palmer.  WANTED���������Experienced man from  the Okanagan wishes to rent an orchard  in Creston ^district. C. Macdonald,  Naramatta,   __.C.  FOR SALE���������Stock saddle, also bridle,  in good condition, Magn_t cream scpar  ator;   washing machine, hand or power.  W. Ridd. Canyon.  Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Maxwell and  children of Cranbrook were visitors   here  _!.?_   ���������.__!.        ��������� 34-L.       *_._      .������_...__._._      -_._*l--,_.  a,a-is   v������ct-i,     wa������.a-     ������uc    __._u���������7 S     ������11 Git) 6a,,  Mrs Jas. Maxwell.  To all Plymouth owners  we assure you Service  as usual.  More room being added  to give you better  service.  "������' aT'^'ay"^.^  'f'T'V'T1  PHONE 19>  CRESTON  PHONE 52L  WYNNDEL  CASH STORE  CRESTON and WYNNDEL  MAWSON B7.1QS. Old Premises.  Near Review Office.  /���������Y" TEA, per lb  ��������� .50  NABOB TEA, per lb  .$9  BLUE RIBBON TEA,per lb ,$9  GREEN TEA, per lb  mgg  '' Y" COFFEE, per tb  ,50  "Y" COFFEE,   Our   Best,  per lb  ��������� .55  NABOB COFFEE, per lb... .59  BLUE RIBBON COFFEE,  per   lb,   ,50  BROOMS,   Special,   ,45  BACON, Side, per lb  .38  BACON, Back, per lb :.._. .43  COTTAGE ROLLS, per lb. .34  BOLOGNA, per lb  _ .     -.24  SAUSAGE, per lb   .24  BISCUITS, SODAS, 2 pkts. .45  COOKIES, FANCY, 2 lbs.... .49  BREAD, _ loaves  .30  ONIONS, SPANISH, 3 lbs- .25  FRUIT  GRAPI.S, 2 lbs  .29  BANANAS, 3 lbs   .35  ORANGES, large Bize, doz... .62  SOAP Special  PEARL WHITE NAPTH A.  22 .or...  1.8)0  LUX TOILET, 6 for :... .45  CHIPSO, 2 for  .45  SOLVENE, 2 for _........ .25  GOLD DUST CLEANSER.  3  lor   ,35  CEREALS  ROMAN MEAL, plct  ,29  DINAMJT.TE, 2 for  ,3$  CORN FLAKES, 6 for  .58  CANDIES  CHOCOLATE EARS, 0 (or .25  GUM, 6 bars,  .25  JELLY BEANS, per lb  .29  BUTTERSCOTCH, per lb.. .29  SCOTCH MINTS, por lb 35  Saturday  EIGHT a.m. to TWELVE Noon.  20 Ibfl SU G A R an d 4 loaves *.fi0  UKl'-AD  I  4   11m,.   PRUNF.A:      ft   Ibn.  BUTTER;    7 than PEAS; E*|H-  20 lhH. SUGAR j   2d  IIjh. ���������!���������"  FLOUR  ������J  FISH AND CHIP SUPPER, 85  CENTS, at King George Hotel, on  Satarday night, October 25th, 8 to  12 o'clock.  WANTED TO RENT���������Ranch of ten  .������_*   ?*-___=   botts_   bru  si church, Greston  H. Tucker of Norwood. Ontario,  who  is on a trip to   the   coast,   spent  a  few  days in Creston last week, a guest of Mr.  and Mrs. Geo. Hendren.  Mrs. John E. Johnston wishes to  announce that she has opened a class in  pianofo-te placing and theory; also  elocution. Pupils prepared for festivals  and examinations as desired. Toronto  Conservatory aud Royal Academy,  England.   For particulars phone 36 F.  YOu  can   do it with  FLOWERING  ������*_jr_a>]  ^f_U4  C.E*E������Ug������  with the least effort  and outlay.  OBDER NOW FOR  SPRING  PLANTING  Percy Botigv  CRESTON  Representing B.C. Nurseries.  Cr *a-Or_-   SGr_S,   luUst    iac-Vc. ..__.__  other   buudings.   Write   to    Bos     27  Review .Off! as, Q__stQn.  COWS FOR SALE���������Several Jersey  heifers and cows, all registered and good  milkers, due to freshen before December  1st,   G. Cartwright, Erickson.  The "shower9* in aid of Creston Valley  hospital    under   the   direction  of  the  Women's, Institute hospital committee  was a great success. 115 jars of canned  goods, pickles, etc., were donated.  Mr. Nelson of Kimberley, the Con-  solid ated's head gardener, of Kimberley,  spent a low day a here this -weak looking  after fall and winter work _n the flower  garden at the Archibald residence.  Thanksgiving tea and sate of home  cooking, under the auspices of the  Presbyterian Labi es' Auxiliary will be  held in the United Church basement on  Friday, November; 7th, from 8   to  5.30  in -m  r---"'  GYMNASIUM���������A meeting to discuss  pfans for athletic work will be held in  'T,_:_;������-r r<k.t.>k ix-h   -_   i^..^-vi-..   /"������_*.  a������iu.vjr    vuui%_   ___.ra,   va.     _ _.__aaaaj*,    ���������_._*���������������  28th, at 8- p.m. A good turnout of parents and seniors is requested. W. J.  Truscott.  A sale of town p-operty is completed  this week, W. K. Brown having disposed  of his blacksmith, shop and lot at the  rear of the government vendor's building  to R. Lamont, the deal being put  through by T. M. Edmondson.  Jim Cameron, who is now yardmaster  at Revelstoke, spent a few days here  last week a guest of his parents, Mr: and  Mrs. A. L, Cameron. He reports quite  a heavy freight snGvetnent both east and  west along the C.P.R, main line.  Creston Valley Post of the Canadian  Legian announce .their third annual  -iimistiC- msnoe wnicu tuis year win be  held at the Community Hall, Canyon,  on Tuesday, November 11th, with  music by Al. Fredericks'   orchestra.  WARNING���������I have fcast learned that  the report is in circulation that I sold  Dong Barney 8uf> boxes of cull apples.  This statement is absolutely false, and  parties caught circulating this falsehood  wiil be prosecuted. H. Tooze, Creston.  FOR SALE���������2 sets McCormick-  Dwring bobsleighs^ new, 2 and 2J^-inch  runners 1 nearly new McCormick-Deer-  ing 3x3 J^-inch running gear nearly new:  1 nearly new McCormick-Deerine cream  separator No. 2.    V.M.Va_seur,Creston.  FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE���������  Sunday: 11 a.m., Morning Worshi p;  2.30 p.m., Sunday School; 7.30 p.m.,  Evangelistic. Tuesday: 8 p.m , Prayer  meeting. Thursday: 8 p.m., Evangelistic.     Friday:   8   p.m.,  Young  People.  Hunters on the fiats report that when  the airplane 5s operating in that area, it  is almost impossible to get either ducks  or geese. When the birds.hear the whirr  of the engine they take flight. and keep  away from the open water on the flats  for some time after flying stops.  The Legion have -.ranged for a church  service on Sunday, November 9th, which  will be at Christ Church, at wMch Rev.  A. Garlick will preach. Worship will be  at 11 a.m., and the returned men are  asked to be at. Shell Oil Company warehouse to march to church at 10.46.  ���������������������������. -������.������=-��������� e-a .   ,   -_r������_> g   .   _B������  CRESTON^���������7.30 p.m,, Evensong.  COW AND CALF E.STRAY  . Came to my premises at Lewis Island  on or about October 1st, 1930, black  mooley cow and calf. Owner can have  same on ��������� proving   property  and   paying  ar.  ENGINEER  SURVEYOR  ARCHITECT  Cr?E������TOiV,  B. C5������  F. H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  l-isting- Bollcited.  CRESTON,    B.C.  tmmmmmfm y ly ��������� npn'jy ��������� mjs^mmmimmgm ^���������������ir������^E*������M|l������<r������'������y������m^"y*^^^������^^W������^������'^^^������^*"^,^lw-fr'V*^ ' f'V ' yyi|'"lP,y * Wm^mTl^>"   .'."'"���������' - 1  4  *%m*"*M%rm*m������E. if vuu������v������        ������.������?      ____<._������_. *t������      %**      wk*T%mm>jj  Warmer wearables will be needed and  and right now is the time to buy to best  advantage, as stocks are complete in all  lines ana you are assured pf getting the  exact size that fits. Never before have  we had such a splendid line of  Underwear in Two-Piece and  Combination Garments  32-oz. WINDBREAKERS, and also lighter weights  HEAVY SWEATERS,   HEAVY SOX  In Fall and Winter wear we can outfit you with garments .  that afford maximum comfort and wear, at right prices.  Oreston Valiev Qo-Qoerativs Assn.  <  4  *  ���������4  4  4  4  4  4  4  CRESTON  Two Stores  ERICKSON  ��������� -.-->-*-���������_..-������--.-.-..-.--.-.-.-A--..^.--.-^.--. --._���������_-..-���������--,. .���������������_-���������_ A-.-.-..-.-.-.-���������-���������-..._,--..-.--.. A. _>���������_.������������������ A  Greston Blacksmith, Plumbing &  Heating Company  Can supply you with anything you  need   in   the   General   Blacksmith,  Plumbing and Heating line.  W& carry a complete line of Bathroom F_xtures: in stack-  Baths, Toilets, Basins, Sinks,. Ran^e Boilers * Pipes  .and  any kind of  Fitting, Eavetrough, Soil  Pipes,  ���������; T"_    -C     J    '    -_  *T^*"t        aPV���������    ���������        T3l* O-  v itriucu. uiiu _. iic i_rraiii xipes, w_C  In the BLACKSMITH line we give you the very best  of service, as we have the Stock, we have the Tools,  and we have the men who can do the work.  jfW^aaa������_������������iBlBT_B^iil-l'f������__Sja53_a  We are  Offerin  Special  Values  ���������4  1  ���������4  i  STEENST'RT-TP _fe REED  *  : i  <4____aaa-_-aaa_������_aaaaV*^lkM^a-A_aaaaa������___^^  mmmmmmm  i  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 Ladies'  Underwear. Sweaters, Etc.  is complete at. popular prices  Men's Trousers  ���������_-  in Cotton, Tweed and Worsteds,  -_/Ha__aa"_      __ ^*l#1h#������aa-*f_  Ja,~lM,a������S.MI     JT*        *-Juim*htmh*9  All weights, in Lisle, Silk and Wool, and All  Wool, in Canadian, English and Iriad makes.  Everything to  Make the  Home Comfortable!  J^a r       WM    ^ lMm _u _J Hi ES- __l  Air Tight Heaters  ALL  SIZES  I  m  i  CRESTON MERCANTILE  VB^E-aww B ^U7Ssi K������ K_____J ^^^_nS!_ *J Q 9__������_i--m-  COIVIPAIMY,   LTD*  $3.75 to $7.50  Stove   Pipes,   Elbows  T Pipes, Stove Boards  Cook  Stoves  and  Steel   Ranges  with   Polished   Steel   Tops  Reservoirs and High Closets  ^^���������~^j .si ���������$ ������i ~a_T "mV  Circulating Jtleajers  ;for Four and Six-Room Houses  ���������������������������'f ,��������������������������������� -' '   '��������� '    1         ������������.'rr|TlTiiir,^'-'!^!|-iff^*'^'-*-'i'''''-'������','w^g'!'"'-'   I  1  A  &  *   A*   *_>���������sr- !_-/ ti l<^  Dry Goods, Groceries.    PIIQHE 3    Furniture, Hardware  Wmm  ���������.yiuiiiiMuiiBUM  MiMwiiiirt^'ilW^^^^^^^  #mtMmmmwimmm\  m**mmmmmmmwmm*tmmmmm  wmmmumnt  mm*mimmmmmmMm*mmmmm  mmmmmmm>mmmm\mMmMMmt


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