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Array ;:r.*i.  *Vdvinciar__ibjMry       .'iirt ii  ���������i cWyl  -.,../: \..  /   /  IVJQ ������  Vol. XXII.  CRESTON, B.C.; FRIDAY.  NOVEMBER 14,  1930  Roads, Airport  Govt Building  Board of Trade Still Pressing for  Betterments on Highways���������  Alter Exact ^Information How  Secure Establishment Airport.  will be written to asking that some  needed repairs in the way of new planking be made at the railway crossing at  Erickson.  Ertekson  Board of trade members were out in  considerable numbers for the November  meeting on Tuesday night, which was  presided over by President Col. Mallandaine. Highway matters and the erection of a provincial government building  at Creston provided most of the discuss  ion and resolutions.  For the Hospital committee the president reported that the necessary by-laws,  etc.^ bad been drafted and approved by  the directors and the formal application  and fee had been forwarded the department at Victoria asking for incorporat-  l*-_3lV������_3sd that when this comes to hand a  genemtmeeting of all interested in the  hospital will be held and a permanent  board of trustees elected to serve for the  next-year. He stated that Dr. Lamb,  inspector of hospitals, had been here  and was very much taken with the  hospital throughout.  In connection with the public building  reports reaching the board indicated  that recently an inspector had been sent  in to investigate the situation and it is  understood he has advised that better  accomodation for government branches  at Creston would not come amiss, and  on the strength of this the board  again urge an appropriation for  erection of a suitable office building.  On highways Engineer Ramsay  be asked to do some gravelling at  ferry to make travelling safer in wet and  slippery weather. Recently some grading has been done wh|cb..niake3 ,a:. ..4ee|dr.  ^ed~'jb_ip>^^  'needed to complete the-job. - -  In view of the great improvement  Idaho has made on the North and South  highway right down to the B.C. border  at Rykert's custom bouse, and with the  Spokane-Cranbrook motor bus now coming into Creston over the K.V. route, as  weli as heavier traffic generally, the  minister of public works will again be  written to asking for much needed  consideration of the Creston-Rykerts  link of the North and South road.  The federal authorities wiil be asked  to submit a statement to the board as  to just what Creston ought to do to  assure aving an airport on the east-  west air mail route.' C.P.R. Supt. Flott  Nelson  on  secured   a  V*Jackson  Heads Veterans  will  the  will  the  Miss Terese DeFoe and her sister,  Irene, who has been visiting here, left  for their home in Trail on Wednesday.  Richard Hall of the Imperial Bank  staff at Revelstoke, arrived on Thursday  last on a three-weeks5 visit with his  parents,- Mr. and Mrs. John Hall.  Miss Edna Davis, who has been packing apples rat the warehouse, left on.  Wednesbay last for her home in  Wynndel.  Ray Crisler was a Spokane visitor on  Friday.  Miss lone Healey left for  Thursday where she has  position and is remaining for some time.  Mrs. McKowan and daughters of  Cranbrook were weekend visitors with  the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo.  Cartwright.  Miss Walker of the Erickson public  school staff, was a weekend visitor with  Neison friends.  Mrs. Geo. Hobden left at the end of  the week on a visit with friends at  Calgary and Three Hills, Alberta.  The Scott Fruit Company closed theiF  fruit warehouse on Tuesday on which  day they loaded out their last car of  apple ���������  Fred Johnson of Fernie, who has been  on the staff of Scott Fruit Company  warehouse, returned home at the middle  of tbe week.  Mr. Morrison, who has been in charge  of fruit inspection at Erickson this  season, left for his home in Nelson on  Thursday. :      '  ;:'^_Te!_ott''";*--^_^TO::-; In; a quiet ceremony  solemnized* at Trinity United Church  Tuesday afternoon, Miss Chariot e  Speaker, eldest daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. F. W. Speaker of Erickson, was  united In marriage with James Ruane of  Trail, by Rev. W. C. Mawhinney. The  bride was supported by her sister, Miss  Stella Speaker, of Nelson, and the groom  by R. Jennings of Trail. In honor of  the newly married couple a dinner was  given here last night by Mr. and Mrs. J.  H. Graham. M. and Mrs. Ruane will  immediately take up their residence in  Trail where Mr. Ruane is employed by  the Consolidated Mining and Smelting  C ompany..  place is vacated it will be taken by  Frank Hollaus of Nelson, who has purchased it from the Land Settlement  Board.  Grand  Theatre  Sat,Nov.15  Romance Flowers in a  World Gone Mad!  The year's most unusual  love story!  Legion Elects ^Year's Officers���������  MembershipShows Healthy  Growth ��������� IVfdieting Agrees that  Suitable Building is Desirable.  The marked. reSnval in interest in  Legion activities v that has been in  evidence of late Was strikingly demonstrated iri the large and representative  attendance at the; annual meeting of  Crestou Valley -fost, No. 29, of the  Canadian Legion of", the British Empire  Service Leaguef held on Tuesday evening, last, which was !n charge of the  retiring president,>S. M. Watson, the  feature of which ^was the election of  officers and a general discussion of future  Legion activities. The officers chosen  for 1930-31 are:     ���������  President���������Walter V. Jackson.  1st Vice-President���������R. T. Millner.  Snd Vice-President���������Geo. Nihlcw.  Secy.-Treas.���������John HalT.  Executive���������J.   Brown, Reg   Watson.  At this meeting thres applications for  membership were received and the, secretary's report indicated that the membership is ifow in the neighborhood of 40.  insofar as funds were available assistance  has been given the past year to all  deserving needy comrades.  Possibly the outstanding feature of the  year was the international get-together  at Creston the latter part of May when  a large number of delegates of the Idaho  state Legion annual convention at  Bonners Ferry visited Creston for a  fraternal and social session, which was so  much appreciated fey the visitors that  recently intimation; has been received  that the Idaho Legidn hope to make the  ^ssjt .^ Crestast;^^  counting-  on  & return   call   from' the  Creston Valley veterans;  With the proceeds of the Armistice  dance available it is expected it will he  possible to make the final payment on  the two lots the Legion now own on  Barton Avenue, and sn an informal discussion on this subject the opinion was  quite unanimously .expressed that the  Legion should as soon as possible get on  with the erection of a building to serve  as a meeting place as well as provide a  commodious hall for recreation and entertainment purposes.  Before adjournment the usual votes of  thanks were tendered the retiring officers  for services rendered during the year  just closed.  UaKTB^I^fsffS.    S^SFSSaftaf35  A J.J-  j-a.j-_.a_l _H><ly   JL    a������aH. aBWAf?  ' ' _T^* _T^  a _ _ e_is*_ A.-*     ������ S__s?a _**__���������  I/IUUCE ���������     __#CUIIa.^  Alice SiiBiny  Gordon Smith of Copper Mountain  arrived at the end of the week on a visit  with Mrs. Smith and family here.  The nice open weather that has prevailed has ter_tpie<~ some of our ranchers  to get on with considerable new fencing,  notably on the Stewart, Parkin and  Miller places.  Harry Compton arrived on Thanksgiving Day from McGillivray on a visit  at his home here.  T.   Trevelyan   left    on   Sunday   for  Michel where he has secured work on an  electrical installation contract in that  town.  Bob Marshall and Everard Constable  returned on Sunday from their week's  hunt in the Elko country but found deer  scarce, coming home without any  venison.  Mrs. Stace Smith and Ronald, who  bave been at Wenatc-hee, Wash,, for the  past month, arrived home on Tuesday.  Teachers home from the convention  at Fernie at the end of October report  that former Principal Lukas is now in  charge of the three-room school at Yahk,  where he is giving instruction to some  pupils taking first and second year high  school work.  The trustees are calling for tenders  for the supply of wood for Alice Siding  School, bids to be in by November 28th.  Mr. and Mrs. T. Trevelyan wer^  surprise party hosts on Friday night  when a full turnout of the young people  made an unlocked for call and "spent a  very pleasant-, e ening at dancing,  George Willis, -vioiim and; Tom -MarshsIIi  accordeon, supplying the music.  The best take of the season in the  hunting line came Hector Stewart's  way the latter part of the week, in the  Kitchener country, where be bagged a  splendid sample of black bear, which re  came across while out deer hunting.  After the first skirmish bruin disappeared as if he had retired into his winter  home, but came out again almdst  immediately and it was in the seco d  round that he was finally despatched.  Best Turnout  Ex-Service Men  Seen   in   Years at Armistice  Day Activities���������Reunion Din-  "her was Outstanding Success.  Try and equal thia for a romance  to thrill you and touch your  heart,     A   love   that   rises  above everything���������a perfect  RCifeen drama.  Paramount News.    Comedy  Wynnelel  Mrs. Foxall left last week for Creston  where she will make her home for the  winter months.  Mrs. E. LsBarge and children left last  week for their home in Rossland. They  were accompanied by her sistGr, Miss  Flo. Wood, who will holiday in that town  for a time.  John Bathie is the latest new-car owner  having just taken delivery of a Plymouth  coupe.  Work on the new.community hall is  well under way. Laying of floors and  erection of side walls is having attention  this week.  Rpv. A. CarJ.ek of Creaton wiii bo here  Sunday afternoon ot 3 o'clock fyr Church  of England service.  Woman's Auxiliary salo of work is on  Wednesday, November 19th/ at 2.80  p.m,, at tho old schoolhouse.   There will  be work stall, candy wLuil, bran tub, etc.  Afternoon tea.  An extraordinary mooting of parents  nnd teachers waa hold on Saturday evening to discuss tho question of whether  tho winter hour for opening schoolshould  bo 9 or 0.80 a.m. Although this matter  had been discussed at two previous rato-  payavH* metttingfl und rcnolut.onfl adopted  favoring' tho 9.30 opening, a third talk  over tho matter was held at which It wqb  once again decided tho 9.80 starting waa  preferable  /Lissteff*  FOR SALE���������Horso, milch enw, not  heavy work harnosa' net plough harness,  not bobsleighs, Manney Hnrrta plow,  noddle und sundry tools. Also ft-tubo  Afrw'ntar-ICont radio. Apply John Kggw,  Wynndpi, fwwrmrl house pom Hi of pHioil.  Rev. Carl Basse of Creston was here  for Lutheran Church service on Sunday  afternoon.  Lister was well represented nt the  Legion church parade at Creston on  Sunday morning and ut the Armistice  exercises at the same town on Tuesday,  At the election of officers for Creston  Valley Post Canadian Legion, R. T.  Millner was elected vice-president.  Mr. and Mrs. Bird and Miss Curtis,  with Manning Powers and Cyril .Bird,  were visitors at Bonners Farry on  Thanksgiving Day.  A top dressing of gravel iu urgently  needed at both approaches to the now  bridge at the fciite of the former twin  bridges. Now wot eathor has set in  tho travelling ot that point is difficult..  John J.eimer, son of Jacob lloimer,  had the bad luck to have hia left elbow  put out of joint in n fall he sustained at  the school on Tuesday morning.  Tho sale of the Butler farm, near tho  p. hool, is reported this week. Tho buy-  or is Ed. Sloberfc of Nelson, who gets  poanerijiloBi stlmnnt ImmnrfeeHatcly.  Rov, R E. Cribb will bo hero for  United Church service on Sunday, whon  ho will talco for his text, "Ho tencheth  my aoul to war."  August Klein, who aomc montha ago  purchased tho former Frampton place, iu  ' giving up tho property and will move to  ! **_������..��������� Crt������HUm where he will talco tlio unimproved place rocntly purchased by C.  ' Hollm from T.������. L"nmy    An ponn ih th-*  Creston's 1930 observance of Armistice Day was the most impressive since  the observation of the day was commenced. The outstanding feature of the  occasion was the larger number of returned men taking part in Tuesday's  parade to the monument as well as at  the reunion dinner, while the attendance  at divine serviee at Christ Church on  Sunday morning was also gratifying to  those responsible for this feature.  Tuesday morning's parade was in..  charge^ of Sergt. S. M- Watson with  arrival at the monument timed for 11  o'clock, and opening the exercises with  the two minu es' silence. Rev. P.  McNabb conducted the memorial exercises throughout, his address dealing  mainly with the formation and work of  the League of Nations and, emphasis on  the work each and every citizen individually may do to assure permanent peace.  His reference to the importance to the  children of the observance of the day  was most timely. AH the public school  children were present, marching down in  charge of Principal* Marriott and the  other teach ������rs. There was the usual  placing of wreaths, singing of hymns as  well as "O Canada". and the National  Anthem. Proceedings ended with the  Last Post by bugler Geo. H- Kelly.  About 40 ex-service men sat down" to  the duck   and   chicken  ,������;__   U1UUC1 ia_  ������il_  Gany on Gity  A series of whist drives will be given  this season to raise funds for the usual  Christmas treat for the children, and the  next card party will be Saturday night,  15th.  A. D. Pochin of Nelson is spending a  few days at his ranch at Canyon.  The Ladies' Aid hnve just announced  a cafeteria supper to be followed by a  concert which will be held on Friday  evening, November 28th.  At the TJnited Church service here on  Sunday afternoon Pastor Cribb will  speak from the text, "Ho teaches my  soul to war." *  Arvid Samuelson is busy this week on a  haul of-about 18,000 cedar posts which  have been bought by the C.P.R., and  which aro being loaded out at Erickson.  This is part of about 80,000 which were  cut last winter.  There was quite a,good turnout at tho  children's Christmas treat fund whist at  tho hall last Saturday night at which tho  high scores were mado by Mm. Humble  and John Nygaard, with Consolation  honors going to Mrs. VanAckeran and  Bill Clayton*  The annual mooting of Canyon Water  Uscra' Association was held on Saturday  night with tho chairman of tho board,  Jas. Bateman, presiding, and tho balance  sheet submittal Indicated. that thu company is in a healthy condition financially. H. Young was ro-oloctod trustoo  and with Jas. Turner, F, Knott, Jas.  Butomun ond W. G, Wearmouth will'  eomp-ifle tho directorate for 1981, Col.  Fred Lister, M.P.P., waa present and  dlRcuHHod some featuroH of irrigation legislation. Up 40 tho prcflont the Water  User- havo been unsuccessful in getting  like consideration with other irrigation  flM'rlHp, who w>-o n'!o*v?3.n ?- ytir cor.ft.  Creston Hotel at noon with proceedings,  in charge of Walter V. Jackson^ recently  '*3_6liea:"p_^_^_-wiC_^_s_on. Post of the  Legion, and the feature address by Col.  Mallandaine. A number of others spoke  informally and a couple of songs by H,  Fortin brightened up proceedings.  The community hall at Canyon was  packed to capacity the evening for the  Armistice dance under Legion direction,  with Roy Browell as master of ceremonies. Excellent music was provided by  Al. Fredericks' orchestra and an equally  excellent supper was served at midnight.  The financial intake at the-dance waa  well up to expectations and the surplus  will be used making what will likely be  the final payment on the lots on Barton  Auenue which the Legion secured, some  time ago as a site for a Legion; hall and.  club.  rebate by the department at Victoria last  year. The rebate matter, however, is  being pressed and there is still hope for  favorable consideration.  Christmas  Gift Buying  Made Easy I  __l 7 A __&  _rl in Jrl a%  Presbyterian Ladies'Auxiliary  announce their annual Bazaar and Sale of Work in  United Church Basement  ufl I ip nUVi  3 to J5.30 p.m.  .Tiist what you've been  looking for in  Fancy Work  Plain Sewing  Novelties  Home Cooking  AFTERNOON TEA  EVKEYPODY WE! CWT.! THE    HEVIEW.    CRESTON.    B.    G.
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Walter   Todd   Has   Served   In   Civil
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^raltSr :Todd, for more than half a
century.clerk of committees and private bi_isr_rdr the House of Commons,
died at Ottawa recently ln his 74th
year. H!a illness had "been of brief
duration.;
.The 57 years Mr. Todd spent as a
KOV6r_uiit!ut wo.lce- made hirn,. in
point of continuous service, one of
tho oldest members of the civil service. Ho succeeded his father to the
position of clerk of committees in
1874.
In addition to the coincidence that
father and son gave many years to
the same post in thc service of their
country, one other peculiar incident
stood out similarly in both their lives.
In 18_8 wild! the Parliament build
ings, then situated in Montreal, were
fired by an angry mob during the
agitation which followed introduction
of the Rebellion Losses' Bill, Mr.
Todd's father cut the portrait of
Queen Victoria from its frame while
the structure about him -was In
flames,
In 1916 when the Parliament build-
in.g-s at Ottawa again went up "in
flames, Walter Todd cut the same portrait of her late majesty from Its
frame and once again the canvas was
saved by a Todd.
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Guard the CSilSdren
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discomfort after eating - -
GET RID or your dread of pain after
eating. Eat without fear of 'Indigestion/'
aour stomach* disagreeable gas or headaches.
"When your food ferments, "disagrees,"
ilea like a Sump in your stomach, it's a sign
of too much'acid. You need not resort to
crude methods���take instead an anti-acid
that will correct the condition. Phillips'
Milk of Magnesia.
A spoonful of thispleasant-tasting, soothing fluid neutralizes many times its volume
of acid. It restores the proper alkaline
balance to an acid-soaked stomach and
bowels���assists these organs to function as
they should.
Phillips' Milk of Magnesia is what you
need when a bad breath, coated tongue,
headaches, nausea or biliousness indicates
an over-acid condition. Take a spoonful
today and for several days and see how it
sweetens the system. You won't be nearly
so liable to colds or sickness. All drugstores���in 50c bottles. .   '
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for the name Phillips'on
wrapper and bottle.
Dairy Production Increases
A. world-wide organization of men recently conducted a contest, requesting letters on the subject: "What Have I Learned About Life?" Numerous
replies were received, and thc writ-er of this column feels that he cannot do
better this week than pass on one of the prize winning essays. It is brief,
and to the point, and reads:
4'1 used to drive ray father's car on the country roads. While bouncing
along over the rough, ruts on the right side, the left part of the road always
appeared more inviting; but once on that side I inevitably found it just as
rough or worse.
This is the first lesson I have learned about the roadway of life. The
other side is deceiving. The boy longs to be a man, and the old man glorifies
the golden days of his youth. The paor yearn to be rich, while a larger income consistently calls for more expense. But the successes and gains of
life are not in the future or the past, nor in the other man's back yard. They
lie within our own reach at the present time and in the present conditions.
Ufc has lined us up for an even start.
Tho second thing I have learned about life is that God hasn't finished
the job. We rejoice in the accomplishments of science, religion and social
relationships, but yet in tho crowded ways of life we find vile strife, un-
brotherliness, political corruption and the curse of a maladjusted industrial
order. Civilization is in its infancy, and its growth will depend on us of the
present generation.     There are still ne-w worlds for men to conquer.'
It doesn't take long for one to learn that there is no g-etting by in-the
long run of life. Being born into the world with this or that fortune or pedigree does not guarantee that one shall have a sturdy character and a personality that shines like the morning sun. Reg-ardless of where a man starts in
life those things of lasting value, education, religion, business power, a strong
and virile physique and a happy home life are obtained only by long, horn's
of paUent and arduous toll and self-discLpline which alone are the harbingerw
of a radiant and masterful personality. There are no sales and charge
accounts in .the market places of life.     The price of the best is constant.
Finally I have learned that there is enough happiness in life to go
around. No man is cut off from his heritage of happiness even though It be
interspersed with hardships and sorrows. To bo able Lo see the vision of life's
task in spite of the cramped quarters of a small job; to find outlet of soul
and character in stooping to help a brother while persecuted by others; to
rejoice in the exaltation of personality while crushed in the wheels of industrialism: and to be happy hi a great ancl thrilling quest with the fresh dawn
of each immortal day���this is the major lesson of life.
The Fall is the most severe season
of the year for fcolds���one day is
warm, the next oold and wet, and unless the mother is on her guard, the
little ones are seized with colds that
may hang on all winter. Baby's Own
Tablets are mothers' best ffiend in
preventing or banishing colds. They
act as a .gentle laxative, keeping tlie
bowels and stomach free and sweet.
Ah occasional dose of the Tablets
will prevent colds, or if it does come
on suddenly their prompt use will
relieve the baby. The Tablets are
sold by medicine dealers or by mail
at 25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
Newspaper Convention
Provincial Meeting In B.C. Of Journalists On Daily and Weekly
Publications
A provincial convention of the men
and women who are engaged in tho
editorial departments of the daily and
weeldy press of British Columbia, the
first of its kind in Canada, is planned
for a late week-end in February, preliminary arrangements having been
made at a meeting-of the provincial
executive committee of the B.C. Institute of Journalists, held in Vancouver.
The convention' will coincide with
the annual dinner of the Vancouver
branch, which will act as host to
the out of town members who aro
expected to assemble from all parts
of the province.
Increasing Demand For _>alry*Stocl-
lu Prairie Provinces
"Statistics of dairy production at
the present time indicate that there
is an appreciable increase in milk and
cream production all over Canada at
the present time," observes Dr. J. A.
Ruddick, Dairy Commissioner of the
Dominion Department of Agriculture.
With respect to butter production
Ontario and Aiberta show a 15 per
cent, increase for the first six months
of the production year. Cheese production, of which 97 per cent, is centered
in Ontario and Quebec, was 30,000
boxes behind last year as at October
ii. One of the interesting features in
the dairy industry at the present
time is the increasing demand for
dairy -stock, in tiie prairie Provinces.
Postage Stamp Changes
New Color To Be Adopted In Printing New Issue,
Fall styles in postage stamps will
show a radical change in color
scheme. Within a month, or sooner,
if present stocks are exhausted, a
new issue of stamps up to the eight
cent denomination will be released by
Canada's Post Office Department.
Basic colors will be changed in conformity with regulations of the Universal Postal Union, of which Canada is a member.
The one cent stamp will change
its "dress" from orange to green;
the two cent stamp will be red in
mace, of ^reen as at present; the
mauve five cent stamp will make
way for one of blue and the eight,
cent postal carrier will give up its
b-iie: co_or for a modish <jra_iga-
Price 50c. a box
felt Tired Out Aii Day
Could   Not Sleep  at  Night
Mrs. Aldamond Lalonde, 2481 St. James St.,
Montreal, Que., writes:���"After a spell of the
grippe I was left very nervous, and felt drowsy
and tired -out all day, and could not sleep at
night. I was also troubled with my heart and
did not feel at all like working. I was told
about Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills and
after taking- four boxes I was completely relieved of my trouble, and can recommend your
Pills to everyone."
Sold at all drug and general stores, or
mailed direct on receipt of price by The T.
Milburn Co.. Ltd., Toronto, Ont.
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Shipping Asbestos To Japan
About Eighty Per Cent, Vwd Is Produced In Canada
"The market in Japan for asbestos
in lump, powder and fibre, as well aa
in packing and other forms is increasing year by year owing to thc expansion of  industrial  plants  using   this
To safeguard the child from damage that worms cause, use Miller's'
Worm Powders, the medicine par excellence for children. These powders
will clear the system entirely of
material and to thc great variety of I worms, will /emulate and stimulate
.       , . . .   ��� ,    . the organs Inimiously affected ,bv the
uses to which asbestos products are;wo\.m�� and ^m encW,apfe healthful
being put In everyday life," according : operation of tho digestive processes,
to .Tames A, T���angley, commercial sec- 1 As a vermifuge it can be rolled on for
retary to  the  Canadian legation  at j Ita effectiveness.	
Tokyo,   Japan,   in  an  article  in  tho
October issue of tho Commercial Intelligence Journal.
About 80 per cent, of thc asbestos
Fcfo^Ss Stay Fresh
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Volcanic dust is mainly used In the
manufacture of cleansers, scouring
used in Japan comes directly from ! Powders, and. abrasive soaps, but lat-
Ganada, a small percentage from I torly, ouHtldo Canada, there has been
Russia and  tho  balance through cure I ari inomistiifr demand for its uccc as
an admixture In cement and plasters.
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or  two   KngllHh   concerns   interested
in the African nsbentos deposits. Thc
demand   .for    asbestos    powder   ancl  ��"llek m'G  tota-f worked
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HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SASKU TOT.    REVIEW,    CBESTCmv   B.   XX  /  '2.  DGMINiON-WIC-E  AIR SERVICE TO  BE1AUGURATED  ��������� Winnipeg, Man.���������Negotiations ..are  -8������?y._hp'.: completion for the format-ion  of the Dominion-wide air service, in  which the Canadian National 'and  Canadian Pacific Railways ���������will1 participate, according to Word received  hete recently. Preliminary plans for  an all-Canada service were discussed  some months ago, and since that time  negotiations, now nearing completion,  have been under way with the' railways and eastern aerial companies.'  James A. Richardson, or Winnipeg,  financier, and president of the Western Canada Airways, who will be the  majority stockholder in the organiza- I to  check  the  growth  of  unemployment.  ��������� Liberals decided to abstain from  voting on the amendment As a matter of fact, five Liberals, including" Sir  John Simon, voted against ,the government, but they were almost coun-  ter-balancedl by four members of the  same party who stood by the admin-  istratiohiY* r  The left wing Laborites stood by  Premier MacDonald.  labor Secures Majority  Premier . Ramsay    MacDonald  Wins  _ Through First Divis-on  ��������� London,-'"England.- A  ms-'orit'"  of  only 31 votes carried the Labor Government of Premier Ramsay "MacDonald safely through the first important division of the current parliamentary session.  ;: This' was-regarded, a crucial test,  for the balloting was only on a  motion by the Conservative^ party to  amend the Speech in reply to the  Address from the Throne. The  amendment was' defeated by 281  votes to 250..   .  The Speech from the Throne has  been under bitter attack for two  days, the Conservatives regretting  the failure of the Laborites to propose any adequate measures to deal  With the crisis in the : industrial,  agricultural and commercial fields or  WJieat E__pert  iiian Traiaa_oi.ti.ieHti.ai  Canadian., Airways    and other  tion, to be known as the Aviation  Corporation of Canada, is at present  in the east completing negotiations  for the new air development.     'i  The Aviation Corporation of Canada wiil have under its control the  Western Canada Airways, the Cana-  Airways, the  companies, providing an air service from  coast to coast. The railways will  both be financially interested in the  organisation, which, it is stated, has  the sanction pf the Federal Government, although it will have no financial stake in the concern.  Development of train and air schedules to provide speedy transcontinental- service across the Dominion  is forecast.       " Y'   >   ���������  .'  There will be no public financing  of the corporation in the immediate  future, it is understood.  ia__tt_u&___* ^a>*_s_(_te___a*j(B-fi_j4__swa*������   ?���������*���������������**?   .  ������-a -������__..*V>aMMV������t_  1  -_-^_-__-^_*  g$^@__������__f$5_g������E--. ^__Jr^^i-^___--i_Sai  .amrags rony  Less  Franco - Italian  Kaval  Efferei.ce  ������Tsii.ted  States  Ambassador  Ts   Opti-  iBsistic After Conference  With Italy  Rome, Italy. ��������� Hugh S, Gibson,  united States ambassador,, to Belgium, has returned to Geneva apparently optimistic after a series of conferences, T5?i������h ; Italian government  heads looking -toward-a seltleanen-. of'  the Franco-Italian naval difference.  He did not talk for publication  about his conversations with Premier  Mussolini and Foreign Minister  Grandi, but he left behind an impression that negotiations between  Franco and Italy "will be undertaken  at the League of Nations preparatory disarmament commission sessions with more likelihood of success  than would have been the case before  his visit to Rome.  Not Exempt From Taxation  C.N.E. Pays Ovi>r Eigt-tecn Million  *   Sn Three Years  Toronto, Ont.���������Replying to the  statement that the Canadian National Railway fed on the public exchequer and was exempt from taxation,  Sir Henry ThorntonL chairman and  president of the system, told 'me-Mr.  bers of the Toronto Board of Trade  Club, that from. 1920.-to 1929 the railway had paid in federal, provincial  and municipal " taxes $i8,709)',000,  This amount, ho said, was only $3,-  000,000 less than paid out by the  Canadian Pacific Railway.  Tho $3,000,000 less con be explained by tho fact that Maritime railways aro under r different arrangement.  CN.1S. Has Deficit This Year Of Teh  v    Million  Toronto, Ont.���������Gross earnings of  the Canadian National Railways system will be ������40,000,000 less this year  than in 1929, but drastic economies  in all departments of operation and  in capital expenditure will offset this  to the extent of about ������30,000,000, it  was revealed here by Sir Henry  Thornton, president of the system.  Thc large savings effected, he in=  cheated, were largely achieved by putting off construction Work and other  new operations not immediately essential.     ���������  While no improvement or indication  of immediate improvement in C.N.R.  earnings was "visible, Sir Henry was  encouraged at what he thought was  a "better feeling" by most people and  business men. The-extreme and unwarranted "pessimism "iriduc'ecLlby the  depression, he thought, was passing  rapidly, which was a good sign.  DR. W. W. SWANSON  Professor of Economics, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, who ���������  is at present in London ^ith the  Canadian delegation attending the  ImperialYEeonomic;- Conference. An  outstanding authority on wheat, Professor Swanson is pursuing ihe difficult problems involved in the marketing of Canada's crops, concerning  which so many despatches have been;  cabled to Canadian newspapers.  Brazil Establishes  Provisional Government  For Improved Motor Cars  Increase In   Speed, Comfort,   Safety  and Cheapness Is Predicted  Landon, v England.���������Motor cars of  the future will have fewer parts ���������  hundreds of fewer parts ��������� while taxi-  cabs and buses may have their engines at the rear, according to a prediction made here recently by Sir  Herbert Austin, prominent manufacturer, while addressing the Institution of Automobile Engineers. He  added that all transport would increase in speed, comfort, safety ancl  cheapness. ..    -  "Why we put up with the present  archaic typo of- vehicle in London  streets," Sir Herbert said, "is difficult.to understand."    The weight of  Reforms   and   Democratic   -Elections  Promised By Brazilians  Rio De ' Janeiro.���������The Brazilian  Government, of which Dr. Getulio  Vargas has become the head as the  victor in a brief revolution, plans to  step out as soon as it has effected  reforms and democratic elections will  then be conducted.  This was the assurance of Dr. Os-  valdo Aranha, associate of Vargas  and just named Minister of * the Interior and Justice! in the temporary  government, who told the Associated  Press that ' the new administration  will represent the- will of the Brazilian people.  "We- have established a provisional j  government.,similar to that-wh-en the | memorable flight  Freemen Of City Of London  Prime Ministers Of Canada, Australia  and New Zealand Are Honored  London,    England. -���������: In    the   old  Guildhall,  with its five centuries of  stirring history^ the Prime Ministers  ,of Canada, Australia and New Zea-  Jand became .freemen of the City of  London. Premiers R. B. Bennett, J. H.  Scullin/and G. W. Forbes, were declared in the ancient formula to be  I "men of good name and fame."  i  "They do not desire the freedom of  | the city whereby they will  defraud  the King or this city of any of ita  rights,   customs   and  privileges!,"   so  ran the declaration of the compurgators,  "they will pay their scot, bear  their lot, and so they all say."  a_x-     _a.uii.cu_    X-_..__������-,    KilCy    \;_i_u_il__--  lain, introduced the new freemen. He  said Premier R. B. Bennett "has not  belied his reputation for plain speaking and anxiety to get things done,  which admirable attributes are the  more conspicuous on account of his  well-known hereditary and passionate  loyalty to the empire."  Premier Bennett declared he felt  the honor was conferred not upon  himself personally, but as an honor  to the Dominion of Canada. "I'  shall tell my fellow-Canadians, when  I return, of the high regard you  hold for them in this old city and  of the deep concern ever manifested  in their progress and prosperity,"  Premier Bennett said.  Premier Bennett referred to the  Imperial Conference. "Of this great  conference in which we are now engaged," he continued, "I can only say  that every delegate, whether from the  homeland or the overseas dominions,  NATIONAL FARM  POLICY MAY NOW  BE FORMULATED  promote the well-being and prosperity of this great,_ empire, this com-"  monwealth of nations of which we are  trustees."  Ottawa, Ont,���������New departures in  Canadian methods -of agriculture are  expected to develop from a conference to be held-here November 17 an*^  18 between Hon, Robert Weir, Min-  ter of Agriculture, and Ministers of  Agriculture of the various provinces.  The conference has been called in the  hope of formulating a national agricultural policy."  Not only will the views of the provincial ministers bs *>r������s2n*^"* ***' *^,������  conference, but suggestions from the  various agricultural colleges will also  be put forward. Major Weir has already been in communication ^with  deans of colleges throughout Canada,  inviting them to express their opinions.  The discouragement suffered by  farmers in attempting to market  their crops at reasonable prices has'  confirmed the .minister in his determination to evolve an effective' national agricultural policy, according  to department officials. While the  most crucial phases of the problem  are present in the western provinces,  the conference- will not concentrate  on the wheat situation alone, it is understood, but will endeavor to bring  forth a policy, of benefit to the country as a whole..  Major Weir has not made an expression of his own views, but is believed tp favor a gradual increase in  cattle-raising In. the western provinces.  Carried Out Father's Wish  EingsfoPd-Smith   Scatters  Ashes   Of  .: His Father Over Waters Of  Pacific  ���������:.'' Sydney, N.S.W.���������Wing Commander  Charles   Kingsford-Smith,   using  the  " aeroplane in which he made his last  from   England   to  republic was-proclaimed in 1889;" he ��������� Australia, seatteredYthe ashes ofrhi*  continued. "We shall shape our programme with the idea of making a  real representative government and  bringing honest administration into  all departments."  Investigate hmim Conditions  Minister  Of   the   Interior   To   Study  Situation In the West  Ottawa, Ont.���������In'order to examine  at first hand conditions on Indian reserves in the prairie provinces, Hon.  T. G. Murphy, Minister of Interior  and Indian Affairs, will journey to the  west the end of this week. While the  minister's plans have not been corn-  father over the waters of the Pacifio  Ocean, which had witnessed his first  notable triumph in the air.  On his death bed, William Kings-  ford-Smith, father of the aviator, expressed a wish that his ashes be cast  to the wind3 over the Pacific, and "his  famous son thus performed his last  sad duty to his dead sire. The, elder  Kingsford-Smith died November 2.  Will Investigate Deportations  ment, reports from Indian: agents  road vehicles could "be reduced with [ throughout the country indicate the  advantage, Sir Herbert declared, and \ plight of Indians is serious,  All Future Cases Will Be Carefully  Considered! On Merits  Blind River, Ont.���������Further deportations to their native lands of. patients  pleted, visits are  contemplated to n | confined to mental institutions In the  number of reserves in the neighbor-[province will not be authorized until  every case has been carefully considered on Its merits and passed upon  following a thorough examination by  a competent physician.  This policy will be followed by the  hood of Regina, Sask., nnd Calgary,  Alberta.  According to officials of the depart-  Helmm Cias For Airships  Dr. Hugo Eckener Will Use Helium  Gas and Crude Oil Motors In  New Zeppelin  Berlin, Germany.���������Dr. Hugo Ecke-  ner surprised the annual dinner of  the American Chamber of Commerce  here* by announcing that'as a result-  of the recent disaster to the" British  dirigible R-101 he had changed the  plans for Zeppelins now under construction so as to provide for helium  gas and crude oil motors.  He said he had received word from  the TJnited States that helium gas,.  which is non-inflammable and non-  explosive, wouid be available to in-;  ilate his airships in whatever quantities desired.  Dr. Eckener, who is world famous  as commander of the Graf Zeppelin,  declared that had it not been for an  explosion the crash of the R-101 in  France several weeks ago would, have  resulted in minimum damages. As it  was the great airship burned to almost nothing and 48 . British lives  were lost.  a design was wanted for a, 16 horse  power closed car to weigh not more  than 14. hundred woight.  Pays Trlbnto. To <Sroil.lI  London, 3_Hgland.���������-Tho Prince.' of  Wales paid a tribute to the work of  Sir Wilfred Grenfofl In a lottor which  was road'by. tlio Ijord^ayor of London rocoijtly'.at a' mooting of the  Gronfoll |a-.HHoclntlon. The letter  read j "There: Ih jio doubt tliut .Sir  Wilfred Is carrying"oivsplendid work  in tx territory/,rapidly becoming an  fieonomlc h������h- >'' '"-mat; potential  '/.,'luo to Nowfoimdloud and the TSm-.  plre.".       .    . - ':,,'>'��������� -i     . ':���������. ,,;.',''-���������  ftcot.oii 1'Vkonum Awi.r.l.t.1 Prlaio  Winnipeg,, avian. j��������������� wwa.nHOin, section forcinori In charge o- one of the  British   Columbia     boundary     subY  divisions at.'HHiolt,    B.C.,   ban.  boon  awarded I:ho 'prims donated by W. M.  Neial,    Winnipeg,    general    manager,  western llnoFi Canadian^PaolfloujRolK1  way, for the best maintained section  of trnclc on  tlm company's w������Mtnrn  linen during- -3080.  .   "        w,  n! ' xj',' *'������w������ '  Shock Onuses Death  Southsea, England.^���������Major David  Thomson, 68, only brother of Lord  Thomson, tho air' minister who v lost  his life in tho R-101 disaster, died  Novomber 2. Physicians attributed  hiB death to shock as a result of tho  .tragedy,   '  ' '."'������������������  __j,  *  With winter comipg on,J every effort Is be!.ur made to find ways to relievo tho distress which is .considered inevitable.  May Visit French Capital  London, England.���������Premier R. B.  Bennett, of Canada, will probably  visit Paris, after tho.Imperial Conference has concluded, to discuss  trad������ matters .with the French government,  JJOUND FOB EASTERN TRADE  Ontario Government in dealing with  such cases in future, according to  Hon. J. M. Robb, provincial minister  or health, in discussing tho cases of  three women recently to come under  the deportation order.  Will Command New Unov  Montreal, Quo.���������Captain R. G.  I_atta has been selected to command  tho new 42,S00-ton Canadian Pacific  liner "Empress of Britain," it was announced ho re.  vi'.__^XCTra__rcK_z;ix_ST3r_rc3Cl__   [     in     ''        ��������� : T,i     .   ''   .   '.'.'''.. '." _.    ..' '..'     ."'���������'.'��������� "I"'1''!. !".''   . .'..: ..,...:::     "'i: :::::;::::::.'.'.':i'.".".'.",:'::"^i':w:''''':':':':":':t.'."',''''''VM'**:rffiC  n  v,  Wheat Shows High Protein  Calgary, Alberta.���������The earlier  threshed grain from the southern  part of Alberta showed remarkably  high protein, according to testa  made from many points, it is reported by tlio Alberta Wheat Pool. Samples for Hesketh and Iddlesleiglv  showed a protein content of 19 pe_  cent., while many other points supplied samples of wheat which tested  from 15 to 18 protein content.  Planning Two  Groat 'Planes  Berlin, Germany.���������The aeroplane*  that startled and surprised tho world,  the pornlcr DO-__, is to havo two  sister ships if Information received  through aviation, circles proves correct. It is reported that ihe B-oruiee  Company is nt work building two  ne\v 'planes the size of tho, DO-X  and that they ate expected to be com-t  ploted In May, 1031,  Aviator ItcccBvca B-ocoratflon  Copenhagen, Denmark. ��������� Captain  Wolfgang Von Gronau, tho Gorman  trans-Atlantic ftyor, received tttatt  King Christian a decoration in  recognition of his crossing tho Atlan*  tlcv'ta Now ;v/ork by way off Greenland, Tho flyor said the route wliru_  tho raaiiL highway o������. traaa-Atlantic.  /traffic;, In,thc futuro.  . '" .,. .  5,Two_ tkaiolwj aU Hhtirthread and moro coming up ta complete tho carload which loft Winnipeg for Toronto's  Clirlstmas trade. It required G45 canes, 12,000 tooth���������om<_ chliGifl, to Jill the car with tho "wcalom manufactured  product bound for wmtorn trade���������a spoolal ordor compleitod thla month.  Manitoba Blrilt, For Eastern Show  Brandon,' Man.���������A poultry exhibit t  of considerable nlssa will bo went to  the Toronto Royal Show thin month''  by tha province of Manitoba, John  Wlndover of thin   cHy   ntat<_e1   that  moro than 50 blrdu would bo nhlppod  oast and that turkeys will comprint  a largo portion tot the exhibit .. THE  CRESTON   REVIEW  Sit at your  and go on  a trip  Why not go  on   a   telephone  trip?    It's the easiest way to  tf^srr_>l Vnii     niacfl-     oif     o<-  . ������������ a >*. a ��������� _.  _- i-a        . _.] _       _��������� ������ _       _v _  -*ra-\11aa  telephone, remove the receiver,  ask for "Long Distance." and  place a call for a person at  some distant point. In a moment or so the gap between  has been bridged, and you are  talking away to a far-awav  friend,    relative    or    business  acpnAiofa  es speed with that "personal  touch," and it is an inexpensive way of travelling.  Kf_flts._--& f plunhnns  f!n    ���������  aWTIVpifWillf    ��������� 1WWIVHVI V  VUE  LIMITED  ���������-<-.       _*��������� ������ __ *_J   I    Uli     ilk   I   ikH  ������ 3 ���������-    *E\-.:-I,--.    ���������_    r~*__~-i-_ ���������      *D   /"*  t2S_u_vi   cvcitv    t- ������ iua>    <*w   v/tcstuu,   _*.*_.  Subscription:    $2.50 a year in advance:  $3.00 to U.S. pomts-  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner  Irrigation, believing that as they have  got along without It so long they should  so continue. But there has been only  one season in the last ten years in  which has been sufficient rainfall.  However, the, East Creston Irrigation  district was organized and has borrowed $350,000 from the provincial conservation fund. This project proposes  to supply about half the whole Creston  district with all the water it requires;  hi addition the town of Creston will get  its requirements from the same pipes.  Very proud is the East Creston Irrigation district of its pipings and the  permanency with which it is putting In  its system.. Down by the Arrow Creek.  "BUT* Mason of the B.C. Concrete  Company is making 21_tnch concrete  pipes all reinforced with steel. It was  easier to bring the plant to the work  than transport the work to the plant  out at the coast,  pipes have been t made and  them laid. There will be ten miles of  Scotch Steel, whicb. should be a "tight  arrangement" and t-hew will serve so?_i6  1.600 acres of orchard land owned by  about 100 ranchers. Most of this land  is already in orchard but it is expected  with the application of water, that  production will be more than doubled  in five years.  When he had to give up railroading  after the war, Leonard T. Leveque and  his wife went fruit farming and now  while he is Inspecting for the East  Creston Irrigation district, be it said  that Mrs. Leveque sees that nothing  remains undone on the fruit farm and  she has, as well, a little patch of alfalfa  just behind the bluff for her cow.  There is no doubt that water on these  orchards will immensely Improve production records. Prank Putnam, one  of the users of water provided by the  original community system, grew something: over 700 boxes of apples to the  acre, while the average in the district  is much less than half that amount.  CRESTON,  B.C.,   FRIDAY,   NOV  _*  In the Lower  Kootenay  mrKiM.n tree cay* a _._.._>  Family Herald and  Weekly Star  -.-I-_.i-o^  ^/���������caaaaf_a_  _i..^4-������\        _  a������la.av_     ������  Water finds its own level so 'tis said  but "quelque fois" that level is not  where we want it. Por instance the  district around Creston in the Lower  Kootenays of British Columbia is busy  as possible putting water on some places  and taking it away from others and it  is not the same water either. If one  could just magic carpet the water off  the Kootenay River flats during flood  time, store it into a huge cloud just  over the orchard districts and release  an inch or two every so often the whole  thing would be simple. What Is worse  than waste in one case would then be  useful.  Instead of that they are dyking and  enlarging outlets and all sorts of things  to get rid of that water on the flats  and going up the Arrow Creek, a tributary to Goat River to get other water  to put on the orchards and berries.  G-tand clear water it is too with trout  in.lt.  >��������� Strange that with a multitude of  rivers, not to mention acres and miles  cf water in ��������� the flats, ��������� many of the  Creston ranchers are hauling water in  barrels for their domestic supply.  By the way, it was near the Canyon  of the Groat River that Ralph Connor  laid the sc2r.e for part of his story "Tlie  Dootor," so 'tis said, but the Doctor  would hnve had a dizzy ride If he had  really tried to go down that Canyon.  The scenery is gorgeous but it is doubtful if tbe doctor would have appreciated  It. It looks more useful for power than  transportation purposes.  __ Creston district prides itself on its  a::p".es, strawberries and cherries but  also grows cantaloupe cane berries  ar?rt various other thinga.* There Is a  profusion cf wild flowers on the hillsides but few gardens around tho  houses It is probable that with tho  coming of proper and sufficient Irrigation and with tho installation of the  Hydro which Is expocted this fall, that  tho fr������rmntcndB and homo will take on  iriorp pnint nnd permanency.  Flowers Grow Well  There is no doubt that flowers and  c'.uubfj will Rrrow woli if given a chanco  f r Tom Bundy, tho C.P.R, agent at  Erickwp^ throo ...Hen from Ctunion, ban  on ihany and various occasions won  first, prlsso for tho beat garden on  wPMtorn Hnr������H, nnd wh������������n h<������ wtifj out of  Indte ho had neeond ������rlsr,e.  Thore hn������������ been a limited amount of  Irrigation nuppllod by the Community  River and the Geographic Board of  Canada has more recently adopted  Kootenay as correct.  Vagaries of this river are responsible  for some cf the problems in connection  with the __ootenay flats now recognised as a highly productive area, well  worth the trouble and expense cf re=  claiming.  The river wanders across the 49th.  parallel south of Cranbrook, back again  north of Bonner's Perry and then joining the Columbia, crosses again, making  any scheme of reclamation an international one. At ordinary times the  level'of the river is fifteen or twenty  feet below the land but when summer  heat- comes suddenly, the molting snow  from the mountains comes down In  great quantities, causing the river to  rise twenty to twenty-five feet. In  years of excessive floods the long level  So some miles of these bottom lands are covered two to three  most ol feet and is liable to stay covered for  six weeks, since the natural outlet Is  clogged up with fallen rocks and drlft-  inct rr������ai;_.1 Tho fli-u-ul _mtfit* TmaH CST-  ._���������_���������    _,- ��������� ���������������������������      _���������_   --_���������-                  rled down and deposited an immense  amount of silt, comparable in fertility  to the Nile Valley.  The international complications have  been pretty much overcome. Across  the border in Idaho are 35,000 acres.  of reclaimed land and on the Canadian  side are 42,000 acres reclaimable. This  bottom land Is practically free of  timber except for the narrow strip of  woodland fringing the river banks. The  elevation of this land is between 1,700  and 1,800 feet above sea level; Its mean  annual precipitation is close to 29  inches.  A natural dam at Grohman Creek or  E^rst Rapids, consisting of boulders  massed across the river, is one of the  principal factors in any scheme of  reclamation.  "This natural dam," states Guy Constable in "Reclamation, Creation of  an Inland Empire," published a few |  years ago, "controls the lake level at  low water as well as high water. The  lowering of the low water stage of the  lake is not desirable from either the  standpoint of reclamation or present  existing industries of navigation, so  that when removing the natural dam,  we must replace it with a constructed  dam with movable gates through which  the flood waters may be released in the  desired quantity sufficient to confine  the rise of the lake .to a certain  maximum. ..}.*< -���������'.������������������'  ������������������"It would be necessary that this controlling dam should be built and in  operation before any disturbance of  natural conditions at Grohman Creek  or points on the West Arm could be  permitted. Nothing, but benefits from  these contemplated works could accrue  to the towns and- industries on the  shores of the lake, which have all,  more or less, suffered in the past from  the high water stages. On the West  Arm (of the lake) the removal of obstructions to navigation and excessive  currents would be of great benefit to  all, while at the city of Nelson, a large  area of level land\ at present flooded at  a few feet above low water would be  permanently reclaimed, adding con.  siderable acreage to the water front.  "No very difficult engineering features  are represented anywhere except It be  at First Rapids, and it may safely be  considered that the work can be done  ln two years once the controlling dan-  is built and in operation."  Reclamation of this area has been  ment plan.   From appearance ln the  early summer this crop looked like a  T^_.������aY*1_!  _.a_l_l    __-    M0%       _���������._������������_   U-     -i������    Ul-UCl  cleaned Marquis seed -wheat was used.  Production for the Valley in 1929 in.  eluded some 150,000 boxes of apples; 10,-  Q00 crates of cherries \ 30,000 of strawberries; in. addition to the processed  berries; tomatoes is an increasing crop.  Creston has the advantage of being  nearest the prairie market of all British Columbia fruit shipping points.  Fruit can be shipped from Greston at  noon one day and be In Calgary next  morning. It Is also near to the coal  fields iii the Crows' Nest and lumbering is still quite an important Industry  In the district. Fruit boxes are made  on ths premises and transports.tioii  charges ore saved on fruit and vegetables going out as well as coal and  containers coming in.  Theatre Ofilj NDVb 10  11 Years Constipation  Glycerin Mix Ends It  "For 11 years I tried to get rid of  canstipation," says Chas. E. Blair.  "Then at la^t the simple mixture,  Adlerika. made me regular."  The simple mixture of glycerin, buckthorn bark, saline, etc.. (Adlerika) acts  on BOTH upper and lower bowel, relieving constipation in 2 hours! Brings  out poisons you never thought were m  your system. Let Adlerika give your  stomach and bowels a REAL cleaning  and see how good you feel! Creston  Drug and Book Store.  CHRIST CHURCH  r. _3a g������ & "a- ,*>_ 1-9  v,n-o i va-  Of course, it may have been due not  altogether to the water, for Mr. Putnam is known as a real orchard man  and thrifty fanner.  Many Different Fruits  They   grow   the   usual   varieties   of  apples in the Creston district and the  Bing and Lambert cherries.   Some have  SUNDAY, NOV. IB  CRESTON���������11.00    a.m.,    Matins   and  Holv Communion.  WYNNDEL���������3.00 p.m., Evensong,  SIRDAR���������7.30 p.m., Evensong,  we invite you ro inspect our  new stock of  B\WB*t*wmm   w  which have just arrived 1  Newest Shapes.  Nice assortment of sizes.  Prices are r  mw%% m BWBBB^*mm*^B^*WBBB  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  peach trees. By the middle of June,  the strawberry fields at Wynndel near  by are full of IDoukhobors picking  strawberries. About 125 acres is in  strawberries in the Wynndel area and  a pre-cooling system has been installed  by the Co-op. which handles this crop.  Some 23,000 crates of berries were  shipped last year as well as providing  eighteen tons for processing..  Littlejohn and Stark are developing  an export business in bulbs; W. S. Mc-  Alpine and Donald Bradley ship out  something like 15,000 baby chicks a  year from their incubators. These  poultry men are looking forward to the  installation of the hydro, since" electricity would mean considerable both  in thc incubators and the brooder  houses.  After bombing around with the  Princess Pats, Bradley drifted out to  British Columbia and started into the  poultry and apple business. Safe to  say he did not have much capital on  which to start but he has got to a point  new where he ships out 5,000 baby  chicks a year, about half and half  Rhode Islands and Leghorns. Says he,  it Is a good combination and lots of  people buy half of each for the Reds  lay better in winter and the Leghorns  in summer. The flock is on R. O. P.  and fifty consecutively banded pullets  laid an average of 242 eggs. Fifty  birds consecutively banded should mean  pretty nearly run of flock.  But while fruit and poultry and Irrigation projects on ten acre farms are  interesting the folk up on the hills,  Guy Constable and his settlers on tho  Hat are Interested in large acres of  wheat put in with forty H. P, tractors  dragging ten ploughs and disks behind  them and taken off' with combines.  Tho International Harvester Company  has somo $75,000 worth of machinery  n tho area.  Howard  Amon  and  Guy Constable  are principals In the Kootenay Valley  Power   and   Development   Co,   which  bought 7,000 aores of this reclamation  project and hope to get another 35,000  acres which lo ln crown arid Indian  llUad-.  Somo 4,500 acres of wheat were pub  in this yoar as a demonstration of what  can be produced. This reclaimed soli  composed of olU<wa8hcd ovor thoro lor  years on years by the Kootenay River,  is very fertile.  On early maps tho Kootenay River  Jft whown ������������ the MaeOMHcrny Elver and  <hi> Iftko at Flatbow Lake, after tlio  Indians of that territory, Later thoy  were knewn as tho Kootonal Lake and  B'  ���������Q  TRUCK  11^^g ^g g^  U1BI8 Aon  We have a TnsnSf QsiiiahSo  fnr eynrv inh  ���������������*_    iii^iw    *m     : : ssv--     _;_!::_:_;:_���������      :s:    v:v: ;     svk  General Cartage, Contract Hauljiig,. Ma- |gft_  chinery, Wood Supplies, Grayel, Building  WY  Material.  FRUIT HAULING a Specialty  -Reasonable charges;    Competent drivers.  We finish our work on time.  H_  So   !������������cCF_  Sole agent for  GALT COAL.  0j.  .,__  under consideration for^ twenty yearn  On the Idaho side the land is privately  owned; in British Columbia, it belongs  to the government.  In 1012-1014, an exhaustive survey of  the condition was made and things  seemed under way when the war came  and stopped everything.  Reclamation  Concession I  But previous to that, as far back as  1G85 W. A. Ballic-Grol-man had secured  a concession |rom the provincial govern merit to rbjtjlaim these lands; how-  over, thlB-'didj-'-iiot come to anything.  Some 80 per cent.* of tho area In tho  United States has been dyked and put  tmder_a.-tlvu.Uon, .iiiefly wheat oaid  poos, rippultillg) in Btjol- enormous yield  that the Canadian flats have been attracting- wido-' attention. Some 7,000  acres oOlils land has been acqiulred  by the( Hfootenay Valley Power and De-  velopnKsnt..vicbmpany of which GUty  CoDHtablo and Howard Amon are the  p^noi^^|(^^k)W^B;.t^ Idaho __x-  pedlenfcv^jitjpti ;l\avc ba$h built along tho  Kootoii^^  'te^.'imi^^^^iwaters.' 'Some of' the'  old d^^Yili_to5iRCon ^optfctrccl and considerable now dyko ���������will be built.  Tho company put In 000 acres of orop  following which some twelvo experienced farmer jjettjero came in thla jjenr  chiefly from Oregon, Washing ton and  Idaho and have put In about 4,600  aoroH.   _*hoy aro paying an a crop pay-  .-   'a,   ,  ____af a-M____.   I^M^^. tiftMttk      ^^UB     I^M atfMk.      CMI__aaa_a  *^Bfi  4. ____j-B_- T.^HB. _jj_ttB3 ^^T^9 ^H j^t^Q ^Hr^Q  ^^hN^ *Vp4BHimB_ a_DUW_WI(__k ^aa__Ma__i JDL ^HmBBh Jm*w aB_L  A     ^W������S_L^Sm^_-hL mm* *{%*% ^QLi#  Old  t\___. m.  If-* _i **  Uf ��������� Eastern  Ypanada  a____7l        '__!     ' 1-1  * Pacific  Coast -  icf//, phono w write:  Illllaa1l������il  W. B. MARTIN,  Creaton.      or  T, W, BUNDY/  Erickaon. .{***%-.  s)������/.  THE   CS_-S_-OJa*   K__������S-_"W  JS"        /    f  ���������  Local and Personal  Mi"s H. Meldrum, vice-principal 61 the  public school, spent the Thanksgiving  weekend at Nelson, a guest of Miss Marjorie "Brown, a former member of the  local teaching staff, Y ���������;  fm9mm\  I  ���������  r  f  f  .**.Jl.*\nm.*\.m.m^,,m.m\.������..A.I*..m\.m,.*\.A.  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  NOW IS THE  TIME TO  Fill your  Car with  a _4.fririi_"rfci-Bi,_"i  (MfcX* 1 IE_aXfl__C-a______i  Any kind you want  on hand.  ^Fully equipped to  handle any Repair  ;     Job.   '  Plenty of room in a  warm shop with the  best of tools.  i  -1  Creston  Canyosi Si. at Barton ~Avs  m"m'*"WV'Wf"WWWm?'V'VT   V   'S'' V  ���������-���������aa -_��������� ��������� ���������-��������� ��������� __BjOiJi ���������������������������_���������������������������_���������.������������������������������������������ ��������� ��������� a**~*  The colder weather Foster predicted  would arrive about the 10th made its  appearance on Thursday morning with  an icehouse -flavored gaie out of the north  and light snow flurries.  The Fink Mercantile Company,  Limited, of Cranbrook, offer the smartest irr evening dresses for misses and  women at $14.95. All sizes. Prompt  attention to mail orders.  Mr. and Mrs. Kelly of Blairmore,  Alberta, syent a few days here at the  weekend when their young son, Charles,  underwent- 51 tonsils removal operation  at Creston Valley Hospital. ,  A, I������. Palmer. F, Putnam, G, F, Hayes  and S. A. Speers have been named delegates to attend the annual meeting of  *"l_. J ��������� T������!4J__ T SI '.* ' ������ __'__I__I>. _a-S_l-  vicouuu xvaajuSg Julu-rtu -iB-uciuiiiOii Wiu-u  is being held in Nelson this evening.  Dr. Olivier made a hurried trip to  Blairmore, Alberta, to which town he  was called to take care of a citizen of  that town who was rather badly. injured  in an auto mishap Sabbath morning.  .. Mrs. Mohr and two children left on"  Friday last  for  Islay,   Alberta,. where  they will be remaining for  the winter.  Mr. Mohr is on the staff at Cseston  Power"&light Compahy powerhouse.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Auxiliary  had quite generous patronage at their  Thanksgiving tea and sale of cooking  wntcji -this.: yea? replaced the: annual  dinner.   The cash intake was- just over  ?40-    -   y  :,y'-:;^:;-.', ,;.'--- .  Creston Meat ' Market -is again in  charge of Chas. Peck.who, due to ill  health, was forced to give up the store  about sis indnths. ago. ' During his  absence the shop was in charge of Jack  Vanhorn.       .. /    Y ^  . Miss Freya Stark, who arrived from  the Old, Country a few weeks ago on a  visit with her father, Robert Stark/ will  give a travel talk at the November  meeting of the Women's Institute this  afternoon.  reunions. The rooms were tastefully  decorated! with^.blue ancl gold. After  dinner reminisinces of college days and  doings were to the-fore. ��������������������������� The graduates  present were Mr. and Mrs. Levirs, Mrs.  W. J. Truscott^ Mrs. W; R. Long and  Rev. R. .EL Cribb. ^ Ted Staples was also  a guest. Mr. Sosiad was not present)  being at a homecoming reunion at Trail  CoL Mallandaine and H. W. McLaren  wrre Bonners Ferry, visitors on the hblir  day and "report the gravelling of the  Idaho-side grade into Porthill and the  B.C. boundary makes a great improvement in travel in that locality.  I_. M. Simpson of Spokane is a Creston visitor this week to superintend the  installing of the 60 h.p. Diesel engine at  Creston Power & Light Company,  Limited, plant, and while here is a guest  of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Farris.  A few cars of apples are still rolling  from Creston although the ������rsia.t bulk of  the crop had moved before the end of  the monih.���������To date about 85 carloads  have gone east, which fully equals the  shipping at this time last year.  FOR SALE���������Horse, milch cnw. set  heavy work harness'set. plough harness,  set bobsleighs, ���������. . Massey Harris plow,  saddle and sundry tools. Also 6-tube  Atwater-Kent radio. Apply John Egger,  Wynndel, second house south of school.  Ex-service men to the number of a  couple of dozen turned out on Sunday  morning for the -Armistice service at  Christ Church, at which the rector. Rev.  A. Garlick, delivered an inspiring and  practical address, and hymns suitable to  the occasion were rendered.  Wild Rose Lodge Knights of Pythias  will have a return visit from Acme  Lodge, Bonners Ferry, on Thursday  evening, November 20th. After the  J regular lodge and-degree work the visitors will be entertained at a banquet. All  members of the local lodge are urged to  attend.  t  mm* I l-ff-i  I  -l.i    Ai_^ltl-J--_-_--J-LJ-_l|l,|   rV,      *it--i--_aml-hw_-l_i_h_t|l ������-t_ ll Sk ������B_-Bl Jk ��������� aft 1 a-h H Al- A-i Mt m Itlll <-. ��������� JaaW JLfc-fcatal-W A ll-h-lll*  ~  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.  4  4  9unity^i &-_rv  REG!WATSON  ALBERT DAVIES  ^���������f^^l^ ��������� lyjai^i. i^iif^^pqg^i^ia^^y^.^^p^r^y^r.  " W'������'W"  ���������ww w^'^r* v*  ��������� 1*.  MeiiJs  ��������� Headcraft  The new fall range  has-arri ved. '���������&. 1  in and look fchera  over. They feature all the newest  patterns and styles  V MAWSON  CRESTON  a  ��������� ���������__���������ansa���������__������������������-������������������a bb__bb__b_������������������___���������������������������  1BB  Men, for style and quality, the Fink  Mercantile Company, Limited, ol Cranbrook, offer the finest in Made-to-  Measure Clothing. Their guarantee  with each garment. Suits and overcoats  all one price, $27.50.  Mr. Nelson, the Consolidated Company gardener at Kimberley, arrived on  Friday snd will be making a two-week  stay. He is at Work putting in a rock  garden at the grounds at the W. M.  Archibald residence*'  FULL   GOSPEL   TABERNACLE���������  Sunday:. 11 a;m., Morning Worship;  2.30 p,m._Sunday. School: 7.30 p.m..  Evangelistic. Tuesday: 8 p.ra , Prayer  meeting. Thursday: 8 p.m.. Evangelistic; Friday: 8 p.m.i Young People.  Everybody welcome.  C.P.R. section crews are down to the  irreducible minimum since the first of  the month.. Formen Nichols and  Hurack have the work all to themselves  four days a week, and have one assistant  the other three days.  On Saturday evening graduates of the  University of British Columbia living in  Creston met for dinner at the home of  high sc ool Principal and Mrs. Levir.8  This was.in celebration of homecoming  week when  the graduates have district  a_���������_a_a_ft_kaft_B.^���������_B  ��������� af-a-aatl  - aafc 1  a-aalaata  BB-BI-a- --a.- ���������_-���������_-������������������ *m\ *m%\ It SkmJk m*%m pH-llaa-al Ba-IM _B| ��������� MM ��������� aaafc _ aat- a. >A a. -a- M -Taa aa  ���������_-L_Naaaa_k_fe-_-_La-_Btt  .FilSTIG INO.  I IjOCi,   lrO___  Mutton, Lamb &> Veal  Phone your order and receive our best service.  f-.ll.1M_.BllH--.1-. ���������������-.-������������������������ Ill ������l**m*mm***m I ll' -B-llllM.!     II    IHIII ������������������IW__iMB������BlwmBIBi������-.-*.aWlllp.^l|l>-l-IBtlMltl-llJll      I "I I   III  1 ���������.������������������������������������������. I.  ' 4t ' \ ' m . '  TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrockm Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  Sam Lombardo left on Wednesday for  Michel where he will be remaining for a  few days.  Miss Annie Pascuzzo left on Sunday  for Yahk, where she will make her home  with Mr. and Mrs. L. Waithers, whale  attending high school there.  Ray Treen is here for a vacation and is  a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sid  McCabe. ^ ,'...  _vir. and Mrs. Dixon left on Shriday to  spend Thanksgiving in Nolaon.  - Miss Eileen Heap of Nelson was a  weekend visitor with her parents at  Sirdar. ���������.-������������������'"  O. W. Humphry of Nelson district  manager for -the New York Life Assurance Company, was a business visitor  here last week.  ., ,  Norman Lowritz of Nelson was a  Thanksgiving vteefcend .-.visitor with  Sirdar friends.     rJ   ' '-'���������..  Santo Pascuzzo. combined business with  pleasure, on a visit with Cranbrook  friends last week..'  There was a successful dance in the  community hall on Wednesday evening  with music by Al. Fredericks' Idahoan  orchestra.  E. Ryckman of ��������� Qreston wob here for  Thanksgiving weekend, a guest of Mr,  and Mrs. J. Cameron. .  Mrs. Mackinro^bf Cranbrook spent a  few days here last week, and was a guest  of Mrs. Dibley.  jl _n__*xj. t  consists   in.   spending  less  than      ������  yo^s earn. 2S  If by careful economy you. can  save money, you. have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings balances and shall 'welcome your  account* rmm  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000   ' ;  .Reserve Fund $20,000,000  ^j������ej^������fc   _B_TS_3__.cl_-  R, J. Forbes, Manager  THE 1930 FORD OFFERS  j        Bigger Value for the Money  The new models with Iargei% 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 cmyfche motor car market today.  If you cannot afford a new car bring in your old one and  let us put new life in it. "The latest piece of equipment we  haye added to our shop is a Lisle"Valve Machine, and It  certainly does turn out a real valve job.  Our Shop Equipment  is the Best and    .  our Mechanics know how to handle it f  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER    A.     MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  I  BURNS & COMPANY. Ltd  The Consolidated Mining &  ���������, SffncItinj^.QpiT^p Ltd'  mtm*mwmmmiij0*t4mif*rmmm*lM^Mtr*t*  : ��������� ������������������  ������������������' '    f ���������   i  I  JIllBl'A ���������   lltMalBaa  <   B^l Wjjlj   > IBaaa-M_-B-   Bl B_ill A  1 ill *  Baal - B_k - Wi ��������� Baa. ������������������-_��������� BBlMaaWaBl B-- ��������� IM it) IHfl ���������fffi - IT__ A 11 Baal B. _��������� W Ma. ������ll Wk W B-Bj -il-a)-laa_| BltaJaWB-k > m*% ���������> Itl 11> mlk m\\ A ������ !���������_��������� *l gk\  Office,, Smelting and: Refining Department  TRAIL, British Columbia  Purchaaetfl of Gold, Silver, Copper, Loud and Zinc Ores.  Producers of Cwo.d, Silver, Copper, Pig Load and Zinc.  ... : TADANAC BRAND   ���������     .  ������������������  Full  Hue of  FACIE  PifStA/nki7o  COMPACTS  at  ' Y    hi " v"  1  i < < ������������ I  . -.���������     ��������� :        ^ ��������� ������; ^ y    -  Croston Drug^ BookSforo  T.W, BUNDY,  Ericlcflon.  ���������������r  aP^_*__1lfi*(l-a������ftl       ���������rCllfi"fi'aC-i1aV������    \A/ WV* ������%<������  a ,_rfliiii.'cjw ajuiicb   w ������TiS_^j������y  tiftmmmmm**!  3* p ���������  cries Tire    ItT-VTEW.''   CPISSSTON.    B.    C  ������foptv������&id  CTrfiApif  ���������__H(r*������_.B I ______  &u%m\  WNSWEETFWEDJ^������g||  JUST rich, pure  country fnilk in  handy  form.  Improves  your  *r> r*vr^\r* ���������"* tnr  ������wv^<b_/jnkXjL j_g^ ���������  For free rcc������p������ book-writ*  Tfa������ EordcrxCo.,L__t:nitec21  __ia ������,*. x__,,  __-aV   *_-V--*T**'  Offer $500 For a Slogan  Canapctlftion  JH JiTii iEHi !_f^  *      _,___   '       /  T-_irg������ ������_.  swiPi^  MATHIEU'S COUGH   DROPS  Pleasant and Effective   -   5< Package  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Ta      Be      Held      Ii-  Conncetion  WitSi  World's   Grain  Snow At 51<egina  Official notification has been received from the Italian Government  by th.e management of the World's  Grain Exhibition and Conference to  be held at Regina, July 25 to August  6 1������S<������n      ������.__������.    TT__1.-   ...4111    1 -    _.-__������ a.  .������   ���������../a-*.,    _i_c-_   _uc_ijr    vVIle   ������j_   icpic_c������������.".  ed at the event. The acceptance of  Italy makes the ninth country, to  accept the invitation to be represented  at the World's  Grain  Exhibition  and Conference. The other eight  countries are: ��������� New Zealand,  Belgium, Netherlands, Czecho  slovakia, Peru, _fug.o-Slavia, Poland  and Guatemala.  Preparations for the Exhibition and  Conference at which over $200,000  will be awarded in cash prizes arc  proceeding apace. The management  is o_terinor a prize of *=**~'0 for tise best  slogan, the conditions governing- the  award of this prize being outlined as  follows:  The slogan submitted shall not be  more than ten words tn length. There  is no entry fee and the contest Is  open to the world. Not more than  three suggestions are Lo be subixiitted  by any one person. These must be  written or typed plainly on one side  of the paper containing tlie contestant's name and address and must  reach, the office on or before January  3.1, 1931. Address Slogan Contest,  World's Grain Exhibition and Conference,    Imperial       Bank      Chambers,  Jill's I������  Sir James M. Barrie has been installed as chancellor of Edinburgh  University, bis alma mater, in succession to* the late Lord Balfour.  Dr- "Frank B. Jewett. president of  tbe Beli Telephone Laboratories saj-s  plans are being made to lay telephone  cable under the Atlantic from Newfoundland to Ireland.  Tbe French Government has decided to  erect a stone memorial to the  victims of tbe British, airship R-iOI j  oh the field where the dirigible met j  disaster. . j  Though lower in value,    Canada's  catch of sea fish and shell fish for the J  first  nine  months  of this  year was j  larger in volume than for the same j  period of 1929. 1  The Nobel prize in medicine for  .1930 was awarded to Dr. Karl Land-  stclner, of New York, connected with  the Rockefeller Institute of Medical  Research.  SSJFFEU  WITH DAMgEfgQUS  INDIGESTION  Do you suffer after meals with a  udchmg,, from sour and acid stomach ?  Many believe they have heart trouble  and tremble with fear, expecting any  minute to drop dead. This condition  can be prevented, likewise relieved.  Take Carter's Little Liver Pills  after meals and neutralize thc gasc_������  Sweeten the sour and acid stomach, relieve the gas and encourage digestion.  The stomach, liver and bowels will  be cleansed of poison, painful and  dangerous indigestion disappears and  thc system enjoys a tonic effect. Don't  delay. Ask your druggist for a 25c  pkjg. of Carter'. Little Liver Fills.  Lei these 6 vltai Salts  rid you of  PILES  YCrYiVt.l        tv-r-ti      l_3r������->      r*__^_--.rli-*      +rv      -ffw^  T r ^_? 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Canada   Has   Valuable  Fur Farming  Industry  NOVEME������R 16  Over Sixteen Million uoiiars Invested  1st Fur Keating Animals  Fur farming in Canada is now established as a leading industry. Tlie  latest available figiives show that the  industry today represents a capital  value of ������22,980v_-7, of which $16,-  401,453 is invested in. fur-bearing  animals.  Ten years ago the- total value of  fur-bearing animals on fur farms in  Canada wets placed at $4,723,105. The  ���������industry today represents a capital investment of practically four times as  much as in 1920. Tlie silver fox heads  the investment list with a capital in-  'vestment of $14,922,373���������an increase  of $10,4001.000 over 1920.  from, the standpoint    of    investment,  THE    B______5VIXG    CENTUi-ION-  A    GENTIIJE    WHOSE!    FAITH  JESUS COMQVIENI>E->  Golden Text: "And they shall come  from, the east and west, and from the  north and south, and shall sit down in  the kingdom of God."���������Luke 13.29.  Lesson: Matthew 8.5-13.  Devotional Reading: Isaiah. -60.1-9.  Explanations and Comments  The Centurion's- Faith, verses 5-7.���������  4~������_ _       _l_.,    aJ__iaa������>  _l.b__a v...  Ad'ifs Tini!! To Spoft  naum, a centurion approached Him.  A centurion was an officer in charge  of a century, a company of from fifty  to one hundred men, the hundredth  part of a legion. Thi3 centurion was a  The next I Gentile, possibly a proselyte, who had  ' built a synagogue. for the Jews at  .Capernaum (I_u.te 7.5). He came to  value is the rauskrat, which now j Jesus and told Jiim that ,his servant^  represents: an investment of about ] who was dear to him, lay at l-6a*e sick  $600,000.    With a capital investment i of_the   pa-lsy������ grievously    tormented.  iroa  _aS_a_a_m r_QB������������-I*������  Treatment  Vicks'double  action (inhaled  and absorbed)  brings relief  of $328,928 tlie mink comes next. This  "Some diseases then classed aa para-  . lysis produce  violent  pain,"  we  are  is an increase of 50 per cent, over the  told.    "It would have been in accord  preceding year and of $324,153 over  1920. Tne otter, coyote, silver blue  fox and beaver are other newcomers  to the fur industry.  Ski  Kunsier    Can    Fly    With    New  German Invention  Some of the thrills of flying are  added to the winter sport of skiing  with a pair of wings worn by the  ski runner. The wings made of aluminum by a German inventor, arc nineteen feet from tip to tip and eitabl-  the weaver to take short flights in  th& air after gaining sufficient momentum on the skis. They are ao constructed that the ski rider is virtually seated in the centre of them when  he leaves; the ground, They are movable from a horizontal positLon and  easily controlled, enabling the rider  to change direction of flight,   .  Douglas;' Egyptian Liniment should  be in every household. Stops bleeding  at .on.ee, cauterizes wounds and prevents blood poisoning. Keeps away inflammation and proud flesh.  Irate Parent: Can't you think of  anything but dancing. Aren't you  ambitions ? Don't you want to leave  footprints on the sands of time?  , Son: Frankly, Sir, I'd rather leave  Rolls-Royce ruts!  Correspondence Course  0VER ^MllUONJARSUSEOYEARUr  11 in     11 11   JHJ.U.J.II..I      nnigawM____���������_gi.i.m .    i^u run, jyiiium    il.i.i.   ui���������8  ]Pa���������_t>   l-tra-atf-  T-iMa-na   Ftnotr  ���������.���������_���������__       ~ X >7-  The Westminster Paper Company  at New Westminster is operating its  plant 24 hours a day with a staff of  100 men in order to keep up with its  orders. Tbe plant, sn addition to a  large domestic trade, is producing  paper products for Australia,. Jftsw  Zealand, China, Japan, West Indies,  South. America and South Africa.  Saskatchewan Plan WIuh f_n thusLastic  Approval Iu Kurul Sections  The correspondence courso by  which the Saskatchewan Department  of "Education has made high school  Instruction available to all students  in the province unable to take ad-  vawtag-e of ordinary Jiigfh school  facilities, has apparently won the cn-  thuul antic approval ot pa._:nl;>, ������tu-  clentH and toacherH In rural partu of  the province. Already a total of ���������61  pupils have been enrolled, while 1,200  application form������ have been pent out  in Kesponne to requosts,   unrrr i -" - -  i i "^    mi '���������  '������������������> n ���������n ������.  1 ;..���������l|_.!('_^,.... r���������I���������, ___,-.���������i... ,._���������j_.._J__...._,__  S. |*l_h*Nl^M^  4_^3srl-E3_l_ae,���������^  w.1 n.  ii.  i������a������  Persian Balm. Cool and refreshing.  Soothing and protective. Tho perfect  aid to beauty. "Unrivalled in its softening and beautifying effect on the  Hkin. Imparts a fresh and fragrant  charm to tho loveliest complexion  Banishes roughness caused by weather conditions. Safeguards thc Hkln and  keeps it smooth, soft and flawless.  Uro It for the handa and face. Always  results In. the highest expression:' of  beauty.  Telephone Link With Australia  IE<M*idar Cammowlal   Telephone  Ser-  vloo Ih Inaugurated  Thc American Telephone and Tele*  graph Company lias announced it will  Inaugurate regular commercial telephone service between North America nnd Australia.at once.  Tho new circuit, tho; longest over  established for regular commercial  telephony, oonslstH principally of two  rwdlo links, one aciM>Hs the Atlautlc  ai.ml tho other botvvflon .ISnglancl nncl  Austral I a.," With,' tb a wire'' linen involved, Uio circuit betweem Now  York nnd fty������lnoy In mora than 14,000  ml ton long. ' ���������.-.,.;  M  M������m  Utf-tt  Tan pcr.Mioju; were killed nvoiy ilny  <n. Frontth roa������l������ hmt year,  jlai.lHli pain witli Ml.nnrd'm liSnlm^nt.  ^vOperation::;,  f'I was very weak litter an. op  crntlan. My nerves were so bad  I woka.d alt down und ay and  my husband would not go out  and Leave me alone. Now my  nerves are much better, thanks  to sn bookie^ that was left,  ; under the door. Lydia E������ Plnk-  han."i_ Vegetable Compound  surcl.|r put mc on my feet. 1  have raker, eight:' littles.. My  friends tell mc I look fme. My  slBtcr haa taken this mcdficlne  too/"���������Mrs, Armfe' y^altoth 67  i Stanley St,, Kingston, Onuirio.  with, the general manners of hia day  ������������������a day in which the servant was a  slave without civil rights, liable to be  tortured In a court of law, and to be  slain at the caprice of a brutal mas-  1 ter���������if the centurion had scorned the  inmates o������ his own household; on the  contrary, his servant was dear to  him. and he trusted him with the tenderness he would show to his son.  Perhaps there !s no surer or severer  test of the meanness or magnanimity  of a man's nature than the simple  question, ���������'How does Ite treat his inferiors ? "''  The Centurion's Faith, verses 8-10.  ���������The centurion declared himself unworthy to receive so great a Guest  under his roof.    "Only say the word,  and my servant shall bo healed," he  said.    Then he illustrated tise power  of a word from Jesus by his own experience: "For I also am a man under  authority,  having1 under myself soldiers: and I say to this one ^Go,' and  he goeth,. and to another 'Come,' and  ho cometh; and to my servant, 'Do  this," and he cloeth it." If ire,, a man  under authority to others, could say  to his soldiers, r'Go," and at once they.  obey, how much more mig-ht Jesus,  under authority to God, say to tho  disease of the servant, "Go,M ancl it  would bo   gonot    "Instantly,    as* it  would seem, so large and true a conception off tbe world all held together  in ono Btiblimo system of authority  and obedience, running   up    to    the  highest, runntnpf down to the least of  Its activities, filled the F.oul of Joans  with delight" 4Phillips Brooks). And  as Ho mar veiled at the centurion's belief that he could heal at a distance,  Jesus saSd to those with I-Hm,. uVerily  I fAiy unto you, I havo not found so  gi-out faith, no, not in Israel"   ,  The Oentmion's Reward, verso 1.0,  -rTui-nlng to tho ocnturUm, Jesus  then said, "Go thy way; as thou hunt  u_liovod,/HO be It unto theo," Thy  bl������Msh>|f whall 1>o as groat as thy  faith. And tho servant was healod in  that hour.  An Oil That Is Prized Everywhere.  ���������E>r. Thomas' Kclectric Oil was put  upon, the market without any flourish,  over fifty years ago. it was put up  to meet the wants of a small section,  but as soon as its merits became  known it had a whole continent for a  field, and it is now known and prized  throughout this continent. There is  nothing equal to it.  Closed Game Preserve  The Thelon game sanctuary east of  the Gres.t Slave Lake, which contains  the last known herds of musk-oxen  on the Canadian mainland, is closed  to all hunters, both natives and white  men. -  III  X \ $;uU������4%\t Wi.* m~,|^,.4r,.p^,,...|i'n n,fv'iW ������.H,-,-l������<*;i,-',fli I  .a,,^,,.w,,,,,^  Afathi..������ "Victims. The man or woman subject ��������� to ��������� astham is Indeed a  victim, What can bo moro terrifying  than to suddenly be aolzort wltli  paroxymrao of "cholfiiig which soom to  fairly threaten the o-klfitence. of life  itself. From such a condition iir. J.  D. Kcllogyg'n Asthma Itemody has  brought many to completely restored  health nnd happinowet, It lei,known  and ��������� prlKod in every fleet I on/off" thin  broad land.  Tilootl in thn ave-itgo human- body  t.avolH rflvo times tho nautical distance botwecw y-Tcw Tarl; and Manila  in one year,  Tar Dry Skin���������>Unurd'������ Uniiueiit.  ANY CHILD  WE can never he aure just wl.nt  makes a child roatlosB, but  tho remedy con always he the same.  Good old Caatoriul There's comfort  in every drop of this pure vegetable  preparation, nnd not the: itliahtcat  harm in itf* frequent. ubq; As of ten an  Jrour cliilp has a , fretful flpoll, i���������������,  evcriah, dr erica and can't nlcon, let  CafliorEm uoolhc and quiet him. Some-  'timet, it'������ n touch of .colic. Sometimes  'constipation. Or diarrhea���������u condition that Rhoulcl always bo checked  without" delay, Juat keep Catvtoria  liandy. imd flfve it promptly. Belief  will tollow very promptly; if it  ������la_���������i.' L,  you tthouhl call ������ phyuluiaii.  ^"ABQPSJfflJ���������^npMHNMvaaMalll  UHHLl_n,<  WmmwM$  ;G:vA::'lSSiO^Ril::iA^ r  OT_E ������������������'���������������������������_E____^__EW.   Oft^STON;    B.   0.  Against  'aaTSSaail  Purgatives  Physicians know the danger ���������of using cheap cathartics  that create a harsh, unnatural intestinal activitv. Thev know that  ENO'S "Fruit Salt" is more than  a. laxative. It is a delicious health  beverage that sweetens and tones .  up the entire system.���������and that its  daily use���������just a dash in a glass of  water,, every  morning���������is  an   aid  to Vigorous good health.  something that'll keep? We'll have it.  to look forward to, you know."  Through her tears Gay threw hhn  a look of .gratitude; but further arguments proved futile.  ''No, I aliati't leave you/*'Nick decreed soberly. - "I should feel like a  slacker. Dear, don't worry about nay  disappointment. " Remember these  glorious weeks we've had^ and which  we'll always have to remember and  look''back upon.. We can't escape  responsibilities forever."  QUI,     .������>_!_    McolIaicG,  iULb      _*-/  Free Freight Policy  f  be the one to/bring . them to you  Nick." , '-  ~: He smiled, and taking her handkerchief, dried her tears as if she were  a child.  ''There! you're not to cry another  tear. As for those responsibilities,  dear girl, I bt'Ougiit them on myself.  I made you come with me. I didn't  give you time to consider these possible complications. I didn't consider  ������?-.*���������. -L-.-L  .jr-b-OJUL.  gniIl������|f||tllTmiE!IIIIIIIlll!IIItll!lII11llEIl!  I THE DUSTY   !  I    HIGHWAY    I  I -by- :  S CHRISTINE , WHITING  = PARMENTER    -  He smiled, and quoted:  " 'Who bas not felt how sadly sweet,  The  dream  of home, .the dream  of  home. .'...'"  "My  dear girl, of course I think  , of settling down, as you prosaically  S j put it;  but not yet. We set out for  S ��������� the ends of the earth, if I remember  S Copyright 192a  fTl-ii-.i-ai-kltBIfllIil.t!l-l������i.lf������!llfF_IlEI_Ilir  CHAPTER IV.���������Continued.  4tl believe," he said, turning- with  mock severity to Gay, "that you've  been telling on me."  Simeon Bartlett chuckled as be replied: "She ain't told nothin' I didn't  know beforehand, boy. You've got a  sort ������' conquerin' way about you. If  you badn't, do you b'lieve this little  gal would ha' picked up her duds and  started off at a minute's notice?"  "It was thirty minutes,"- Nick corrected, "and she didn't keep me waiting either! Well, we must be off.  A  s i rightly,  and we've  reached only the  5 ] edge   of  the  Atlantic I ,Settle  down!  Gay,    are   you   crazy,   or������������������ Why,  what's the matter?"  She  looked    up,   bravely    fighting  back the  tears, and said:  "Nothing,  Nick.   I " Then so softly he had  -������q, "h&nd to hear: "Nick dear I can't  go on."  "Can't go-on! Have I tired you out,  or'���������or���������Oh, Gay!"  He knew, then. The knowledge  came with a blinding sense of chaos.  Winder and dismay went hand in  Jiand. New-stirring fatherly pride  fought savagely with a sense of dull  defeat. Then love triumphed over self,  that I'd have tilings different now?  Look back on .the days we've had together and answer that!"   ���������  "Ohj Nick/' she said, while .comfort swept through her heart in a  healing-flood, "if I could know that  you'd always feel sot But you've only  begun to stretch your wings, and who  knows how long it will be before you  can roam again? Nick, promise me  something���������promise you'll tell me if  the time comes when you feel you  .must have more freedom. I���������I  couldn't bear to think that you were  tugging at your leash."  "I promise,'' Nick answered soberly, meeting her mood; then added  with ail the confidence of youth: "But  the time won't come."  Two days later an amazed and  beaming' Simeon Bartlett, arose from  a big rocker on his front porch, and  greeted them with all the cordiality  of a long-lost uncle.  Westerners Can Ship Breeding Stork-;  Free Of Freight Charges Uniler     I  Certain CondStioKS j  Major the Honorable Robert Weir, j  Federal Minister of Agriculture, has  announced a nc,w free freight policy  whereby .heifers suitable for breeding  stock   bought   by  bona  fide   farmers  and cattlemen at stockyards west of  Fort William will be returned to the  buyer's  farm  or ranch freight free.  Application   should  be   made   to ���������the  nearest stockyard for the benefits of  'the policy.      The concession extends  to carloads of not less than twenty  heifers to be used for breeding purposes only, to be, so far as possible,  of the  same type and breed and to  be not more than twenty-four months  old.    Free freight is obtained on the  certificate   of  the   authorized   stockyards -representative  of the  Dominion Live  Stock  Branch  at  point  of  purchase.    It entitles the shipper to I  have his car of breeding stock billed j  to his home  station free   of freight !  charges. The    railway company    as- j  sumes 25 per cent, of the freight and 1  the Dominion Live Stock Branch the '  balance. ,  Fult of long  lasting delicious flavor and  made of pure chicle and other  ingredients of the highest quality  cona.es to you in perfect condition.  All of ies goodness is sealed tight  in the clean wax wrapped packages-  The days work goes much--easier  with WKIGLEY'S So sus-ain and  3HANX>Y io*  PACKS  ^raErVB ������VEttV:BYfe.e*.t-  3  itude  little Helps For Tills W  eel-  Forces   Herself  To   Smile  Through Pain  "O turn unto mef and have mercy  upon me; give Tby strength unto Thy  servant."���������Psalm Ixssvi. IS.  1 come to Thee, O Lord, for strength  and patience  To do Thy "Will:  Help me, O Father, in this world of  duty ._.  (_V_kjr   ,       j^_.*-aV-^rf ������f_t -Ul,  It is so difficult to bear with patience   and   allowance   the  faults  of  of ! *"  .distress she wiil sooner or later suf-  "Jiminy Crickets! I was just won- *er a- serious breakdown  ��������� ,������i. ���������v������������������i.  _.���������..    ������ j_,4-  -u.~,3   -   _~wi       A noted doctor    has    stated  derm   about you.  Am t nad a card  __           ���������   _a.    ,       -������- t>    a-i 4-*    _       and he thought only of Gay���������fear for  thousand   thanks,   Mr. Bartlett,   for s-         .           ������          .T _    _.  ...    .                   ,  ', her���������terror for what she was to go  this happy week." .-         .                       ._-        .        ,   .  ^^J through Was  she  glad,  or  .   .   .  His clasped bands tightened,  Bart-  "Good luck!" called Simeon  lett s.s they strode away.  * And1 goodluck had "'followed thetts.  Through the whole summer, rain  came during the night. With few exceptions t&eir days were bright and  sparkling. They struck off through  picturesque New Hampshire, sleeping  at farms when the chance came; often spending their nights beneath the  stars; and once accepting- the hospitality of-a Gypsy camp.  September found them in Maine,  revelling in those first beautiful days  that only .at night give a hint of the  colder days to come. They had climbed what their hostess of the night  before had - called "a mountain,"  which, though hardly ^deserving tlie  name, showed them, a wojtderfid, wide  stretch. ������of creaming waves.  "I'd almost forgotten that I loved  tlie sea," said Nick. "Gay! let's set  sail for a warmer clime3 There's  money enough yet to take us South  ���������-or shall it be the big southwest  we've dreamed ' about: Colorado,  Arizona, New Mexico���������deserts and  mountains���������canyons and waterfalls���������  California and the Pacific? Oh,, my  dear I Isn't it glorious to bo free?"  Free? It was then that fear clutched at tho girl's heart. She was seated  upon the ground, but Nick stood, his  back to the wide expanse of blue, his  hair blown away from his forehead,  an open shirt revealing his strong  young throat. As she looked up at  him Gay" thought that Simeon Bartlett had been right-���������Nick had n conquering air about him. To think of  shutting him up In that stuffy corner  of the bank again seemed as cruel as  clipping the wings of an eagle. Yet,  sho thought, wi^h,.a'qutokening- of her  heart, even nii, bag] o' lm_ its nest.  "Nick," she said, as.-he dropped be-  _UL-U   U_   ������,4_U._l_-_lJjull_.&>4JL    CUgCUlCl     (._   J__<_-.-  her say- ".'  "You mustn't feel too had about it,  dear old boy. I���������-I've thought out  everything. I'm going back, but you  are to go on.. No! don't speak. I can't  go back to EJakersville alone, Nick.  That would be too hard. But I can  stay with Mr. Bartlett.'He'd like to  have me���������somehow I know I could  give him. pleasure. It���������it won't be till  spring-, Nick, and perhaps by then you  since you left Portland. Thought  maybe you'd took the train for some  fur-off port, or set sail for the Fiji  Islands. And here you be, turnin* in  my own front gate! Set down, ma'am.  You're a sight for sore eyes, both o'  you: but what in thunderation brings  you back ahead o' time?"  Gay flushed, but Nick answered  readily: "Only the time-worn and unquenchable desire for "Home -Sweet  Home." In. other words, we. want to  hire your camp, and when cold weather drives us out we'll go back to  Bakersville, and the stately portals  of the First National Bank. May we  have the cabin, Mr? Bartlett?"  "It ain't for rent���������-not at no price  whatever; but you're welcome to use  it long as you see fit. But first you  "I never seem, to find time to rest,"  says many an overworked housewife.  Under smiles and forced cheerfulness  she  conceals  weariness and nervous     ., ,,   .  depression; headaches and backaches, j others. It is very mistaken to think  Often  she is  in  real  pain,  but still  that the great occasions of life only  refuses  to give up.  This  very forti-   demand religious feelings and prinei-  tude is apt to be her undoing. If she j ^        if t    tn ^ ftwrw,a,r ,���������<*������.'*-- an  continues   to   neglect  the   signals   "*'x"*~ ' "~ *"     J  c     -'  that  nine-tenths of the ills of womanhood  are due to poor blood. That anaemia  Is the cause of the Low spirits, the  poor appetite and palpitation that  make life a burden for so many.  There is no need, however, for  women to suffer in this way. Aii the  miseries of anaemia can be banished  by taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  These Pills create an abundance of  new, rich, red blood and this new  blood will bring strength and vitality  to nervous, overtired women, The  | Pills are sold by all medicine dealers  or by mail at 50 cents a box from  The Dr. 'Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont."  noyanees, the constant call upon -our  charity, forbearance, and meekness*,  that we feel the constant want - of  some stronger and more powerful  stimulant than the feeling of the  moment to smooth down the rubs of  xi_e, aiiu. iuB_��������� our e-visuciice one' o*.  peace and happiness.���������Maria Hare.  Montreal Largest Inland Port  It is expected that the improved  ship channel in thc River St. Lawrence as far as Montreal, giving a  35-foot depth for ocean liners, ���������will be   Oh, my dear," she broke off suddenly, "I should be so happy if I felt  that you were happy!. But you won't  be satisfied unless you're free, Nick,  and "  "Free!" Nick tossed the word aside  as inrpulsively as he had tossed his  stick and bundle on that bright May  morning. "Free! and you back there  with that old man!" He put his arms  about her. "What sort of freedom  would it be, Gay, darling? What do  you take me for? Do you think I  haven't any natural Instincts���������-that I  can't be happy over "this as well as  you? What a goose you are! Havo  you been losing sleep because you  were afraid to tell me that our. wanderings are at an end?"  He kissed hor with a tenderness  that brought her tears, oven as she  protested: "But it mustn't bo the end  for you,   dear.     Thero's   no   reason  "There's  the  hest of reasons,"  he  insisted. " 'T tell you what, Gay" (ho  jwas, to all appearances, entiiuoIa_tic),  "we'll go back by train and hire 'The  Bird's-Nest'    of   Mr.   Bartlett. We'll  stay there through October; then, if  nothing more   interesting'turns   up,  , Jthoro's the bank, you know, with a  ralno waiting for mo whenever I want  to claim it, John Maxwell told mo" so  side her, !'do-~do you, ovor have tho [ before I came away. An for 'the ends  least, tiny doalri5 to settle d-trwu?"     ' | off the" earth,' dear���������why worry about  completed by 1934. This will enable  got to visit with me a speil, and tell j iiners of 20,000 tons gross to sail to  me all about your travels, I ain't had   Montreal, 1,000 miles from-the Atlan-  a thing interestin' happen since you  left. Many's the evenin', ma'am,  that I've set here thinkin' ' o' that  chowder, and the good time you give  "me, to say nothin' of all them postcards you sent back, an* letters, too.  I saved 'em all. They're in the lacquer box my great-uncle Bbenezor  Bartlett brought from Japan. Don't  hardly see how you got a chance to  write 'em, ma'am."  "We usually -manage to do the  things we want*to do," Gay answered, "and I wanted you to know what  a wonderful time we were having."  "Don't regret your hasty bargain.  then?" chuckled the old man.  "Not yet," said Gay, with a sweet,  upward glance at Nick that was not  lost upon their host.  "And Nick?" queried Simeon, his  eyes twinkling. ','Sorry you ain't  wadin' in tho Pacific, boy���������or be you  satisfied to come back 'to old New  England?"  "I've nover set foot, out off New  England yet." laughed Nick, "and  somo day I shall wado in the Pacific.  As for.' being satisfied���������you aalc'Gay  if she's heard any complaints on my  part," '  (To Be Continued).  tic,  the  world.  largest  inland   port   in   thc  Canadians Greatest Radio Users  According- to the president of the  Radio Manufacturers' Association of  Canada the per capita expenditure in  the DomiEioh on radio sets is the  highest in the world. In 1929 Canadians spent over 550,000,000 on radios  and equipment.  Use Minard's liniment for Tootlnaehft.  Green: ���������"What is a sense of  humor?"  Brown: "A sense of humor is that  which makes you laugh at something that happens to somebody else  which would make you angry if it  S happened to you!"  i.  HEADACHES  Worms food upon tho vitality of  children and endanger tholr Uvea. A  simple .and effective remedy is Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.  Increase Ifilevator Capacity  Tho Alborta Wheat Pool has increased its storage capacity nt the  Pacific const by a million bushels  through.the leasing of tho terminal  olevator at Victoria owned by tho  Panama Pacific Grain Co., Ltd. The  Alberta Pool now has on tho Paclfia  coast storage capacity for ovor fi,������  000,000 biifJhela ol! grain.  Minard's  ccaBp-  Xlnln.fti.t    TefroHhew    the  *  W.   N.   IT,,   1B03  Prompt relief from  SORE THROAT . .  RHEUMATISM  LUMBAGO   _ .  NEURITIS   ......  ACHES and PAINS  Does not harm the hear.  TWADK-MAHK KE0U  ACM  apt only "Anptrtn" paekagB which contains proven illreottoinfl. Handy  Aspirin, .boxes of 12 tablets. Also hettten ol 24 and 30������������������AH drueetotfl. THJ_   UKJL-STUJ-    KJ-ViJ-W  COOLER WEATHER MEANS  IVIORE MEAT  With tbe arrival of colder weather   the   body  must be  supplied with additional heat.    You'll relish our  fresh killed Beef, Veal,  Pork and Lamb at the  noonday meal or supper time.  SPECIALS for SA TURDA Y  Boiling Beef. 12c. lb    Shoulder Fork 22c lb  Pot Rousts 15c. lb    Side Pork ...22c. lb  ..20c. lb    Legs Lamb        25c. lb  ShoUlder Lamb 20c? lb  Legs Pork 25c. lb  FRESH COOKED MEATS. FRESH POULTRY  HAMS, BACON, LARD, FISH, &e.  Hrp^tfipMoat Mar trot  III OOlUillflUUlifius wm  CHAS.  PECK, Manager.  c_.  H  JB   TC%^ - 1  Local <j,iiu _rersoihai  __      _  FOR RENT���������Four room house,  new,  modern.    Apply G. Nichols, Creston.  j Miss J, Allen of Yahk is- spending the  week with Creston friends a guest of  Miss Josephine Pedersen.  HAY FOR SALE  ton    at    barn.     W.  Lister, B.C.  -Baled  alfalfa, $18}  Lindhorst,   Camp [  FOR SALE���������Shorthorn cow. due to  freshen in December, good milker.  Fred Powers, Camp Lister.  Dr. and Mrs. Roy Lithe of Blairmore,  Alberta, were visitors with  the former's  O. Lillie.  __5H^Z?���������R_,?-^?-ie^?L bU&ST ? Parents, Dr. and Mrs  registered stock, !.*������������������_ years old.    rred .*_������ ��������� r  Smith, Creston.  Harold Speers of Trail was home for  the weekend with his parents, Mr. and  Mrs. S. A. Speers.  -_[iss _k__rsc_t Burnett of _*?e!son is a  holiday visitor here this week, a guest cf  Miss Frances Lewis.  Vice-principal Sostad of Creston high  school was with friends in Nelson for the  Thanksgiving weekend vacation.  Dr. McKenzie" and H. Cornwall of the  Bank of Commerce staff were Thanksgiving weekend visitors at Spokane.  Mr. and Mrs. L^ithwaite spent the  Thanksgiving; weekend with friends in  Cranbrook and Fernie, making tbe trip  by motor.  Mr. and Mrs, B. W. Willis and Mr.  Mrs. Sheppard of Cranbrook were auto  visitors tb Creston for a Thanksgiving  Day visit.  FOR SALE���������7 tons alfalfa hay, $15  ton cash, or will exchange for one-inch  galvanized'pipe. A. R..Bernard, Camp  Lister, B.C.  Thanksgiving Day passed off without incident. The weather was ideal for  hunting and many were abroad in the  woods in quest of deer,  VEGETABLES���������For salo winter cabbage, solid he^ds; also beets.', Delivered  in town $2 per 100 lbs. P. W. Foot.  Fairview Ranch, Creston.  Mrs. Geo. Moore and two children  left at the end> of the week on a visit  with old acquaintances at Moosejaw and  other points in Sasketchewan.  The Ladies*  Guild of  Christ Church  remind you of their annual   basurar with  afternoon tea, etc., ait the Parish Kail on  Saturday afternoon, Novembe- 29th.  Little   Misses   Lucille   and;   Dorothy  Olivier of Blairmore, Alberta, were week  end visitors here with their father, Dr.  J. Olivier, at Crestou Valley Hospital.  The Legion's Armistice night dance  at the community hall at Canyon was  the best attended affair of that kind this  season.     Fully 100 couples were present.  The turnout of returned men in the  Armistice Day parade to the exercises at  the monument was the largest seen since  the day the granite pillar was unveiled,  Jack Vanhorn, who has been En charge  of Creston Meat Market for tho past  six months, left on Friday on a trip east,  with Toronto Ontario, as his destination.  FOR SALE ���������Two-wheel cart for Shetland  or any small  pony, a high grade  Birth���������On    Oetober    23rd,    to    Mr.  and Mrs, Archie Donaldson, a son.  4  TENDERS FOR  WOOD  Sealed tenders will he received up till  Fridayf November 28. 1930. for ten cords  16- inch dry Fir or Tamarac, to be delivered at Alice. Siding School before 81st  December,. 1930. Lowest or any tender  not necessarily accepted. For all other  information apply W. H. MATHER,  Secretary, RR. 1, Creston, B.C.  ENGINEER  SURVEYOR  ARGHIYEGT  C #?__���������������_ TCfN.  aS.O.  a a  n  B A m0^ B_T i  >~k_~ ��������� ���������>���������  REAL ESTATE  Listings solicited.  CRESTON,    B.C.  mTmtr  r  V W'ayv't'*  '^'f'fyt'yif'vrf'rrrrrrt'r frffyTTf*1  PIGS FOR SALE���������Yorkshires, seven  weeks old, 35.50 each. Victor Carr  (Alice Siding), Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Fraser spent  a few  days with friends in Spokane at the end  returning on Monday.  1 of ths week.  Mrs.     Isaacs    of   Moosejaw,  arrived on Friday on   a visit  with  daughter, Mrs Garfield  0^_!E-������3  her  The annual tea and sale of aprons and  cooking by the Women's Auxiliary of  Christ Church was held in the Parish  Hall on Saturday afternoon, with a cash  intake of $35. During the afternoon  a scarf was drawn for and the lucky  ticket was held by Mirs Kitty Littlejohn.  ROOMS FOR BENT���������Front bedroom, newly furnished, bathrom, $10  per month.    Mrs. Maud Ross, Creston.  Sam Steenstrup was a motor visitor to  Spokane where he spent a few days at  the end of the week with friends in that  city.  Chas. Moore, who has spent the past  two months on a business stay at Revel-  Wednesday's slush and Thursday's freeze  -  and here we are at the middle of November���������  should convince that it is tims for  DIBDDrD  -__IDDL.il  m*m     Wmt     ~^*%mW      %mm\m*m* -   ���������aaaSE^    aSSSS  SS     ���������_���������_>  For the utmost satisfaction in wear  and price see our  Ladies' and Men's Overshoes  Ladies' and Men's Rubbers  Lumbermen's Rubbers  Gaytees; &c.  Buy now while the stock is fully complete.  A size for every foot.  4  4  ���������  4  '4  <  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  ; Greston Valley Co-Operative Assn.  CRESTON  Two Stores  ��������� ������-.<_i.-k._>.a-.A._>.aa..a-.-..  ERICKSON  __aaa_B_B_Baaaaat__aa_aa__ft_a---_a-aaa_  -   ,-.-  PHONE 19  CRESTON  PHONE 52L  WYNNDEL  \f  O  u  13  CASH  STORE  CRESTON and WYNNDEL  MAWSON BROS. Old Premises.  Near Review Office.  stoke, arrived home at  week.  the  end   of the  W. Vance, manager of the Creston  sub-central of the Associated Growers^  spent the holiday weekend with Spokane  friends.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilks of Stettler,  Alberta, who have been on a visit with  with the former's brother and sister-in-  low3 Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wilks, left for  home yesterday.  -c = ^^_   _"S a.    ��������� . a.   _>/������ET   ��������� _��������� -  oUna Liiat I'usi. 3>_D new.  tion, $10.   Apply P.O. Box 82, Creston.  Sunday evening's address at Trinity  United Church will have the Armistice  flavor to 't Pastor Cribb will speak  from the text, "He teacheth my soul 1o  war."  Miss Marjorie Hamilton has been a  visitor with her sister, Miss Phyllis  Hamilton at New Denver, in which  town the latter is now in charge of the  hospital  The Armistice sale of poppies this year  was much better than the past two seasons. In addition to several wreaths  over 500 of the ordinary red blooms were  disposed of.  FOR SALE���������Shetland pony, broken to  harness and saddle, very quiet, suitable  for children. $45, or would exchange for  sheep. Ed. Smith (Huseroft), Camp  Lister, B.C.  BALED HAY and STRAW���������For  sale baled timothy and alfalfa mixed.  Also oat straw. Potatoes and cabbage  going cheap before storing. E. Nouguier, Canyon.  ''^rrT^V^������^Tlf^t^TlT^T^  4  4  ���������^'yyv  .^.w.^.^.w.  '������"*���������?��������� T,������Tt,yr*f������llT'T,?,T,>  Greston Blacksmith, Plumbing &  Heating Company  Can supply you with anything you  need   in   the   General   Blacksmith,  Plumbing and Heating line.  We carry a complete line of Bathroom  Fixtures in stock*  Baths, Toilets, Basins, Sinks, Range .Boilers, Pipes  and   any kind  of   Fitting,  Eavetrough, Soil   Pipes,  Vitrified and Tile Drain Pipes. c_c.  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