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Array /TS "v  CKESHON  K������-VlJt.W  Vol. XXII  CRESTON, EC    FBI1-AY.  KOVEMBEK 28,  1G30  ���������*���������"' -.   ���������������������������a*?'  jL-e   a -ojijulvci.  06ECl������ iJUriers  R. M. Telford is Vice-President  ���������dose Year with Satisfactory  Cash Balance���������Water Trouble  Ended���������$10 Membershio Fee  on Sunday for their home at Cashmere,  Wash., after spending the past month  with the former's sister, and brother-in  l____r     T_/T*_.     _������Tlf?   IV  mmmttrm   AIX1*    CtaU-lC    XX.  irs.!E. GiiSe.  Mrs. LeNeve left on Sunday for  Vancouver.  Miss Vera Turner of Princeton is a  visitor with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and  Mrs. Sam Bysouth.  xsmfjra*Kan&������  There was a representative and enthusiastic turnout of devotees of the roarin'  game for the annual meeting of Creston  Curling Club at the town hall Monday  night. The retiring president, M. J.  Boyd, was in charge of proceedings, with  H. W. McLaren, doing duty as seSreiary.  The treasurer's report showed the year  closed with a-balance of ?9 on the credit  side after all operating expenses had been  met, these latter including the lowering  of the water pipe line that supplies the  rink to a depth that will prevent freezing. About $125 was expended last  season in buying poles, wire and transformer and installing electrical connection with the town system, much, of  whieh is expected to come back to the  club in the sale of this equipment to  Creston Powejs& Light Company, Lim-  ;___!  l._U. - .  Last season the club had a membership of 35, an4 while the season was  short it had been possible to play off all  the competitions and award the cups  a d trophies at the usual bridge at the  close of the season. The officers for  1930-31 are:  President���������A. L. Palmer.  Vice-president���������R. M. Telford.       &  Secretary-treasurer���������Dick Chandler.  Executive���������C. H. Hare, M. R. Joyce,  Dolf Weir.  The foregoing wiil also comprise the  ice eoHt.im_vee and they were author'zed  to spentLup to?:JL������0;ir������ -sec^rfi^ a_ car%  f -iSik r-r? for the -yeairC The membership fee  was fixed at the usual $10 to be paid before -play commences.   ~  The    secretary    was   provided   with  names of a few firms and individuals to  whom be will write suggesting the club  would not be averse to accepting a cup  of some other trophy for annual competition.  It was agreed that another meeting  would be held just prior to the rink  opening at which skips for the year "will  be elected. Before adjournment the  usual vote of thanks was tendered the  retiring officers for much good work  done in a rather trying season to provide  a year's curling that waa appreciated by  all the members.  Cm*    It ���������������������������   9"^mtmr. .���������-������������������  i aiKie |isi������vies  Christmas Day  Talkitone Sound Equipment Due  First Wee_s[.. December���������Installation   to  he   Rushed  for  Yuletide  f* _���������  urana  to.  Opening  at  *V\xa   U-vaa-a fj."!     jq     -     *������!.-_-     1 Oft    TlPr     ,H*t  On November 25th, to Mr. and Mrs.  John Ringheim, a son.  Paul Of ner, who has been working at  Princeton for some time .past, returned  home last week.  Tho Women's Auxiliary sale of work  at the old schoolhouse on Wednesday  last was quite a success, although travel  over the road is very difficult.  Geo. Huseroft was a Nelson visitor  last week, as was also P. Andestad.  Oscar and Paul Of ner, who have been  working at Princeton got home on Sunday, making the trip by auto.  Mrs. H. A. Bathie and.., Mrs. R.  Andestad, deligates to the "women's  Institute conference at NelsonV "returned  on Saturday and report a very interesting convention.  Rev. A. Garlick will take Anglican  Church service' on Sunday, 30th at 11 a.  m. There will be celebration of Holy  Communions  The benefit whist and dance on Friday  night was well attended, the intake being  close to $33. High score prizes went to  Mrs. C. Gregory and Connie Wittman.  Consolation prizes to Mr. and Mrs. E.  Uri. The spot dance prize went to Mrs.  W. Cooper and H. Slingsby,. Moonlight  waltz was very much enjoyed by all.  Music was by three members of Bonners  ���������_Te_-yKo_^^tra,Ya^E>j __  Price, Miss M. Joy, "Mrs.' W. Cooper,  R. Andestad and Pt Wilson.  ^a__?aj_f *m'~mmmW*mmw*w^  Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dixon spent a few  days in. Nelson last week.  Father Choinel of Cranbrook was here  for Roman Catholic Church service on  Saturday.  R. Den nes of Nelson Rpent the weekend wiith his family at Sirdar  Mrs, Snell and daughter, Zelma, left  Grand  Oflf  Theatre OCIij  Try and solve  this mystery f  BHBajjS B9 S*_a__  NIGHT  "Talkie" movies for Christmas  at the Grand Theatre are now  assured, unless something at  present unfprseen should happen. ���������:_':  A Talkitone ^machine, manufactured and guaranteed by the  Radio Corporation of Amercica,  has been purchased, and shipment from Wiiiin .peg, Manitoba.  is promised" ihe first week in  December.     %  As soon as^ the equipment  arrives a R.G.A. engineer will  be on hand to take charge of  installation, Y^yhich is expected  to occupy les| than ten days,  so that a premier showing on  December 25th may be confidently looked fjpr.  The Talkitone secured is the  same  type   as   that  specially  -selected andYused in the mov  -,<__i.t3���������>&   i_      ������_-i.__.c:  uv:-^  ���������������_-  _al>  Canyon Gity  Chas. Pipe left at"the ������nd of the week  for Halcyon, on the Arrow Lakes," where  he expects to remain for the next few  months.  Although the recent snowfall has expedited deer hunting local hunters have  not had very much luck. Andy Wickholm is the only one to bring in a  venison the past week.  T. Mawson has just taken deiivery of  a registered Toogenburg male goat,  which he secured from C. Brousson, a  former principal of Creston school, who  is now located on Vancouver Island.  Mrs. Cook, who left for Nelson last  week, will iikley stay ia that city with  Mr. Cook, who has what looks like quite  a steady job.  The United Chnrch Ladies' Aid are  having their annual supper and concert  at the hall on Saturday night.  $45 was realized for the children's  Christman fund at the dance at the hall  on Saturday night for which the music  was provided by a local orchestra composed of Misa Holly Bond, T. Mawson  and Principal Stephens, violins; Mrs.  Kolthammer, piano, and Alf. Bond  drums. It is expected another whist  will be held and with the proceeds from  st is thought ampto funds will bo  available.  mg picture  Vancouver. It is backed by a  ten-day guarantee by theR.C.A.  but Manager Rodgers is planning to have^ installation complete a few days prior to Christmas so that a thorough iryout  can be given| and in case this  machine proves rinsatisfactory  another   will the secured that  In addition to the new machine a new sound screen will be  be, instajledy which not only  gives a "brighter picture but  assures that picture and sound  features will come across simultaneously..  Creston Boasts  Public Hospital  CARD OF THANKS  Mrs. O. LilUo and Dr. Roy K. LilHo  wish to extend their deep appreciation cf  the fiowora, tho sympathy nndltho kindnesses shown them in their rocent  bereavement  Mr. and Mrs. R. Dalbom, Wynndel,  wish to thank tho Sisters of St. Eugene  Hospital, Cranbrook and also their  neighbors for thu many kindnesBos shown  th_jw in their recent bereavement.  Mra, Stewart, Mrs. Loadbetter and  Paul Stinson are grateful for tho kind-  ncasoa and sympathy shown thorn in  their rocent bereavement and take thin  means of exproHBinff their nlncero appreciation.  Wm -MMri  *4 <*���������������,  ��������������� mj<,*rjm 0      #* '^^������n ^" m m>h   -*.  .������.,  FULL GOSPEL TABKRNACLE--  Simday: 11 a.m., Morning Worship,  2.80 p.m., Sunday School; 7.00. p.m.,  Evangelistic. Tuesday; 8 p.m , Prayer  mootitiiK. Thu.adi.y; 8 p.m., Evangelis*  tic. Friday: 8 p.m., Youn������ Pooplo.  "."';;' : Y ������������������'<��������� v: ' ;:n:,'  Charter of Incorporation Has  Arrived���������Hospital Becomes a  Gdrnmunity institution ��������� Up-  Jo-Date in all its Appointments  Creston and district can boast  of having its own quite commodious and fully modern hospital,  and at a meeting of all interested  at the town hall on December  10th the permanent hoard of  management will be elected for  for the next twelve months.  cent, community under taking, the  certificate incorporating it as  Creston Valley Hospital, to be  managed by a board of 14 directors to be elected annually, along  with one director named by the  village and another by the government,  which latter makes   a  oronf  f-.. "ha-lrs   U7if.h    ������������*>*-   H_-������Rnii_.l  upkeep,, as does also the village  in connection with patients from  within the village area.  The hospital.is located in the  former residence of Matt. York,  which hes h_en entirely remodelled to make it suitable, and  everyone who has inspected the.  place or been a patient there is  loud in praise of the institution  throughout.  It is equipped with two X-Ray  machines, one of which is just  about the most complete of its.  kind to be had. The surgical instruments and operating table are  fully modern, and it has 11 beds.  One of the rooms has been furnished throughout by the Women's  Institute and excites the admir-  atioiTof all.  In full co-operation with Creston Board of Trade the hospital  was opened about three and a  half months ago by Dr. J. Olivier  of Blairmore, who suprintended  the rebuilding of the York resed-  ence and brought here the full  equipment of the private hospital  he had in that town.  That the hospital. jhasv, giv^  satisfaction Is indicated' in 4he  fact that io date 60 patients have  been taken care of, accounting for  480 patient days, and has been  managed by temporary directors  in Col. Mallandaine, Reeve F. H.  Jacks6n. G. H. Kelly, Geo. Johnson, J. S. Clowes, Frank Putnam  and R. S. Forbes.  With the arrival of the charter  the hospital is now a public institution in which any doctor can  make full use of the equipment in  taking care of his patients, and  patients entering it are free to  take treatment from any doctor  they may choose.  To the meeting to fully organize  work all are invited and during  the coming week $1 membership  tickets in the hospital will be on  sale and everyone who holds one  of these will be entitled to vote at  the election of the board of directors on December 10th.  ilr. O. Lillie'  Death, Saturday  Practised. Dentistry Here Since  1922���������Figured in Educational  Affairs and Professional Life of  Eastern Ontario in Early *80's  Auspices of Grcu-bon and District Women's Institute  Parish Hal!, Crest������..  r  CARDS at 8.15 p.m.  ATTRACTIVE /PMZE&,  LUNCH  Admission _. ��������� 50c.  JJjTT-ryb'-rly Wolr������r������rrW  Afie������ SiiSSnff  Gordon Smith left on Tuesday for  Anyox, whore he haR secured a permanent position and will be remaining. The  family will prob..bly move there early  noxt. ynnr.  Miss Jessie Parlcin left on n holiday  visit with her sisters at Michel.  Geo. Sutcliffe of Vancouver is renewing acquaintances in this district at  prcaent, a surat of hia brother, Charles.  Tom Trevelyan, who has been working  at Michel for soswe time, has returned  homo.  Practices have commenced this week  for tho school concert to be given just  before sch ool closes for the ChrfHtmari  vnention.  Tcnde.fi fov the supply of wood for  Allcp SldtnR Hohool close today with  Socretary W. H, Mathor.  Although tho snow haa been hero for a  couple of weoks local hunters have had  no luck with the door. Up to tho prcaent Chaa. Sutcllff :1a the only one to got a  venioon.  Laflt wooVh mir print? party wan nt tne  homo of Mr. ancl Mm. J. W������. Parkin,  with dnneinis the blfp feature, nnd the  UFiitil excellent mMnight lunch.  After an illness extending over more  than a year, and w ich included several  weeks* stay in a Calgary hospital, death  on Saturday night claimed Dr. Orlando  Lillie, at, the age of 72 years.  Deceased was s native of Lyn, Leeds  county, Ontario, who in 1880 graduated  from Albert College, Belleville. Ontario,  aiird two years later opened business  colleges at BroekvIHe and Cornwall,  Ontario���������the first commercial schools to  be established in that part of that  province.  In 1890 he graduated in dentistry from  Toronto University, and practised ..his  profession at Erockville and Westport,  Ontario, until 1916, at which time he  eame west and was associated with his  son. Dr. Roy K. Lillie, in an extensive  dental practice at Blairmore and Coleman, Alberta. Finding the altitude not  agreeing with his health, deceased came  to Creston in 1922 and following his  profession until a little over a year ago,  when failing- health necessitated his  giving up active work permanently.  The funeral took place on Monday  with a family service at the house, followed by a service at Trinity United  Church, both of which were in charge of  the pastor, Rev, R. E. Cribb. Following  the service at Trinity Church the remains were shipped to Calgary, Alberta,  with E. Cartwright, Jas. Compton, R. J.  Forbes, John Sherwood and J. W. Robin-  nrtn. jyfflrjnJ:jinaT   aa ,pallberSFS������_.     In   that  city interment took place in Burnsland  cemetery on Tuesday aftsrnooss.  The late Dr. Lillie was married in 1889  to Laura E. Manhardt at Brockville,  Ontario, and his widow and one son, Dr.  Roy Lillie of Blairmore, Alberta survive,  along with two brothers ih eastern  Canada, and a sister in Iowa.  At Creston deceased was actively  identified with the activities of Trinity  United Church, particularly the Beaver  Brotherhood, in addition to which he  was treasurer of the local branch of the  Canadian Bible Society. He was a  Mason, and in politics a staunch Liberal.  In addition to the many who were out  to pay their last respects on Monday  morning the floral tributes eloquently  Bespoke the high esteem in which deceased was held, and Mrs. Lillie and son have  the sincere sympathy of all in their  bereavement.  Amongst those remembering with  ilowers were: Family, Dr. and Mrs.  Olivier, Mr. and Mrs. G. Cartwright,  Trinity United Church Ladles' Aid,  Beaver Brotherhood, Creston and District Women's Institute. Mr. andMrs. R.  A. Comfort, Mr. and Mrs. Compton,  Mr. and Mrs. Kernaghan, Mr. and Mrs.  Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood, Mr. and  Mrs. Forbes, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith,  Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Kelly, Mrs. Fran-  sen, Mr. Mrs. Jos. Cook, and Mr. and  Mra. M. R. Joyce.  The Ladies' Guild of Christ  Church announce theirannual  Bazaar in the  PARISH HALL, GRESTON  2.30 to 5 p.m.  Fancy Goodn  Plain Sawing  Home Cooking  Candy  AFTERNOON TEA Served  ALL ARM WELCOMK! the  kjbview. ���������; ciusston.  b: o,  'a--  iv^n;  tfi=i i fliiii iOO  A LB,  STANDARD  .D-Ri-Pi-.*_.������_-!   H  __ f^B^S  AB   8_3_  -L_iSS_>i  *>  ���������S^g     ^_ar e^Hs Ees _r_= _������_?_r _i_r^__��������� &_?    ___~_r~_.____>  ~_^HS    l__r___ __l _���������_     J_BF     __L_    rm     __T___ a__k^_i     __aTa__L      a____ MM   VL     ���������'   _aa_~~        __T"*a__L _���������_      '        S        J_5     __r^__.  ������aa_a*> BT,a_ ��������� .   ^f *_* B % ^_W  ������% ^_T ^_F &__| 8T^k ���������.     ^^ _T%,  Omf   ������___r    g Uri  b mi wtm   ^mM m      -s  3 H  THEY  ARE  eikise  BY  c.  THESE   l������Bi.-CE_3.  B-       sS   SB     fSSSSB   ������������������SSBCl*-^    aV_-B_,f O *S 9   Bl    Ntthfl^    HS-BS   ^_H__F"  -LE.M5S ���������  T  i^i__i<_p i  j_  _^_s  Uneiniiloyment Relief Policies  ���������     No* Good Publicity  Stunt Flying Does Not Help Aviation  In Assy Way  In the Preakness, N.J., airport on  a recent Sunday, 5,000 people were  watching the marvels of skill In  flight whenv an airplane driven by  veteran Alden H. Russeli, went into  & tail spin and crashed, injuring Russell seriously and his" one passenger  fatally. More than these two men  were endangered; the crash, came  within 300 feet of the massed spectators. In Toronto at about ths sam_  time a pilot and two women passengers were burned to death in a low  crash after stunting-.  The friends of commercial aviation  in view of the number of such fatalities, assy we" ask themselves what  kind of publicity will most benefit  their young- Industry: the plaudits of  the crowd gathered to risk their own  lives in seeing- reckless pilots risk  theirs, or the story of the really remarkable advance that is being made  in aviation with a purpose. For, almost unnoticed along with al] this  dangerous stunting the carrying of  air mails and passengers goes on with  comparative safety, which should be  if attention were not constantly diverted from it by fatal accidents in  exhibitions, most encouraging.  It ought not to take a major accident with a hundred people killed  by a 'plane out of control "to open  the eyes of aviation authorities to  the necessity of curbing the* practice  of reck3esslv showing off what wonderful things can be done in the air���������  with luck, which does not always attend the venture.  Unemployment not only casts a sinister shadow over the world today,  but the substance of the thing has hundreds of thousands, even millions, of  men, women and children in its grip. Admittedly the situation is a serious  one, first, because of the actual suffering entailed thereby, but also because  it is causing men to "see red," as the saying is, and lose faith in all established and orderly methods of government, society and business. The tendency is to repudiate economic truths, and to try experiments with almost  any hair-brained proposal that may be advanced. Here lies the real danger  for the future, because many of the suggested remedies would result in a  state of affairs far worse, and cause more suffering, than the condition they  sought to improve and cure.  One suggested temporary remedy for present unemployment that undoubtedly finds support in many quarters is the substitution of handwork,  manual labor, for machinery in prosecuting relief works. For example, it is  reported that one large United States c'ty is developing a program of winter  work that will substitute pick-and-shovel brigades for machines, the object  being, of course, to give work to a larger number of men. The same suggestion is being advanced in connection with municipal relief works throughout Canada.  The question is: Should we deliberately abandon our labor-saving- devices  and revert to the painfully slow methods of yesterday in order to provide  jobs for the unemployed? Is it wise to do so,~and, in the long run, are the  unemployed benefitted thereby? The subject deserves close study.  Without doubt, a good deed of work can be manufactured by substituting  primitive manual methods for more efficient machine-processes, remarks the  New York Journal of Commerce. Indeed, by some systematic elimination of  our modern labor-saving devices, it goes on, we could speed _y reduce any  modern industralized community to a condition which would require the full-  time effort of every able-bodied person to prevent wholesale starvation and  death from exposure. But, without carrying the policy to any such lengths,  is the suggestion good in any way?  In one of our prairie provinces where much road work is being carried  on as a means of providing employment, decision was reached to bu'ld a certain road without use of machinery and solely by horses and rnanual labor.  Objection was laised by some people that by using machinery for certa'n  phases of the work, a greater mileage of good road could be constructed for  the same money while giv'ng employment to just as many men because of  the greater mileage involved. This view was rejected, no machinery was  used, and the work proceeded. A total .of five miles of graded road was the  result. Now it is realized that with the same number of men given work,  practically the same expenditure of money, and the use of acertan amount  of machinery, three times that mileage could have been constructed. The  farmers of the district who were given relief work on that road would have  benefited more from fifteen rather than five miles of good road, while ta the  years to come they must pay their share of the taxation necessitated hy th's  relief expenditure. They gained nothing temporarily, and will lose in the  long run.  Fifty men digging a trench for a sewer or other pipe line with, pick and  shovel will accomplish just so much in a day. but the same fifty men working  in conjunction with a trench-digging machine wll accomplish several times  as much, and with little moro expense. Or fifty men cleaning snow off sidewalks with shovels will only do a fraction of the work that the same fifty  men following after snow-ploughs will do, yet the same number of men wiil  be given work and practically tho same expenditure of public funds be required.  There should be no hasty assumption that the elimination of machinery  in carrying out unemployment relief works ia wise, or that wore work for  the unemployed can be thus provided. It does mean, however, that less will  be accomplished for the money expended, and for this economic loss everybody, including those at present, unemployed, will havo to pay through taxation in the years to come.  Other suggested remedies ha\'e more to commend them. as. for example, tho proposals in Great Britain ancl Germany to raise the compulsory  school attendance age by one year, thus keop'ng some hundreds oC thousands  of children in .school for a longer poriod Jnatoad of having them forced into  employment replacing others now at work, ov merely added U������ Uio mulm of  tho Idie and out-of-works. There la something conductive in such a policy,  benefiting the coming generation of workers, and raising thc whole educational standard of the nation.  So, too Is there much to be mild In favor of tho suggestion that tho  present Bix-day or five and a half-day work week bo reduced to a five-day  work week, or that the present 8-hour day ha reduced to a 7-hour or oven a  0-hour day. Ah tho head of ono of tho greatest industrial corporations in  thc world today recently .pointed out, the greater tho amount of loifiuro t'mc  cnloyed by the'workers of.' tho wo-ld. thc In������ger will bo the1, demand for the  tlungs necessary to tho enjoyment of those leisure) hours, thus creatine;- a  greater demrmd than over for tho production of tho things thev roriulre, Thus  would more men he employed, more goods produced ancl purchased, a higher,  rather than u lower, ntundard of living created.  Guard the Baby  Against Colds  To guard the baby against colds  nothing can equal Baby's Own Tablets. The Tablets are a mild laxative  that -will keep the little one's stomach and bowels working regularly.  It is a recognized fact that where the  stomach and bowels are in good order  that colds will not ex'st; that the  health of the little one will be good  and that he will thrive and be happy  and good-natured. The Tablets &Ve  sold by medicine dealers or by mail  at 25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Broekville. Ont.  Canada and Empire Reforestation  Canada is yearly playing a bigger  part in Empire reforestation. Fifty-  three par cent, of the tree seed exported has gone to Great Britain,  forty per cent, to New Zealand, and  the remainder to Australia, Ireland,  and other parts of the IJJmpfre. During the past ten years the British  Forestry Commission has planted  140,000 acres-of softwoods, the,greater part of the seed tised coming from  Canada.  Cause Of Asthma.. No one can say  with certainty exactly what causes  the establishing of asthmatic conditions. Dust from the street, from  flowers, from grain and var'ous other  irritants may set up a trouble impossible to irradicate except through a  sure preparation such as Dr, J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. Uncertainty may exist as to cause, but  there can be no uncertainty regarding  a remedy which has freed a generation of asthmatic v'ctims from this  scourge of the bronchial tubes. It is  sold everywhere.  The First Pipeful Tells the Story  u rre  Tn-Br-..    - *-/__������ ������������.������_-  DQCCO  IHE first pipeful telli the  story better it. ������n a full page  severs? semeni ������������������  Here is - cool, fr������gr_n. tmoke  that lasts and lasts. Ail th*  smoothness and flavour of tlie  finest tobaccos properly ajed  and carefully blended.  Thla new screw top tin Is a  wondor���������It keeps tho contents  In perfect smoking condition;  and whon empty, can bo put  to many uses.  .2 Poker Hands In __ch }_ lb. tin  3    ������������ ������������������      "    *���������   20c. p-ckaga  jfa...        *,      ������.    16_. pa������k_������-  Yo_ an* already ae^uaiRtscS with th* _xe. !!_k.c;-;_H.te- of ths _.St_p members of ih*  Tsmo_sTurE>et7amS!y���������Turrete!gar������StS3,Turr*tRnacutfor -boss's?ho ro!!-ho2p_wn  ���������and wa now Invite you to 0lvo this ������xcel(������n_ TURRET PIPE TOBACCO a trial.  New Railway Construction  CFJB. To Commence Work At Once  On Saskatchewan Branch Ones  Immediate work on a hundred  miles of new rail construction in_ Saskatchewan is foreshadowed by IX C.  Coleman, vice-president of western  lines, Canadian Pacific Railway, in  announcing the award of four grading  contracts -which form a portion of the  company's advanced construction  programme recently referred to by  E. W. Beatty, K.C., chairman and  president of the company. The contracts are for the completion of the  line from Nipawin to Henrifoourg, 20  miles; Rose town to Gunn worth, 20  m'les; Medstead to Meadow Lake, 35  miles, and from Hamlin, northeasterly, 25 miles.  Drug Ring Smashed  United  "I wish you could pay a little attention to what I am saying," roared    _��������� J 3  uaiuawci    __���������   a,   ___._-  born witness.    "Well," was the reply,  "I'm Tavi_L������" as little as I can."  States Federal Agents Make  Thirty Arrests  Thirty arrests ia seven cities, and!  seizure of drugs valued at $25,009,  were reported by TJnited States federal officers who for six weeks have  worked under cover in an effort to  smash what they described as an "international drug ring���������one of the biggest and most jpowerful in the TJnited  '' States."  The secret government agents  caused the arrests in Syracuse,  Buffalo, N.Y., TJtica, Albany, Troy  and Schenectady. The coup was said  to have been engineered by narcotic  officials at Washington and New  York.  Three were taken into custody in  Syracuse Saturday night, Nov 1, after undercover men,, who had ga'ned  the confidence of several of the men,  said, by .__.e~n to be meri-bers of the  ring, were lured to Syracuse with invitations to a. "wild party."  Price 50c a box  Sold at all drug and general  T. MUburu Co., Ltd.. Toronto, Ont,  Heart and Nerves So Bad  Was Unabls To Sleep For Hours  Miss Theresa M. Ravary, Galliagertown,  Ont., writes:���������"I was troubled, for almost a  year, with my heart and nerves, especially on  retiring at night when I would be unable to  sleep for hours. I was easily fatigued, and- became, very excitable and irritable. A friend  recommended Milhurn's Heart and Nerve Pills  and after tak'ng them -for a few weeks I could  enjoy a good night's rest, and rapidly regained  my former state of health."  stores, or mailed direct on receipt of price By Tho  SSS^E:  fS^  -���������..���������sSJ"'".*-  mi  8$$2  m������m  :#  $������?iP  SWft  m  mm  wiSS  Western Canada Sugar Production  About 24,000 000 pounds of sugar  will bo produced this year from sugar  beets grown In Southern Alberta.  About 14,000 acres of beeta were under crop this year. The centre of tho  industry ia at Raymond.  1lo<|iil������Uo On the Farm ��������� "Elvery  farm or and atoclc raiser should hoop  a .supply of Dr. Thomas' IDclect-lc Oil  on hand, not only as a ready remedy  for niw in tho family, but because It  lo a home and cattle modi bine of  great potency. -A������ a RUbst'tuta for  t-iwoot oil tor horses and cattle afflicted by colic it far .surpnascs- anything  that can bo hdmlnJaterecl.  \>''aT>J :  mm  mm  mi  Meat Goii_umi>fion In CJoiuula  Tho por capita consumption of  meata In Canada last yoar was: hoof,  <G7u,900,3Ci2 i-ouud.. or.CQ.OO pounds  por capita; pork, 708,033,774 pounds  or 8l.fi2 poundh po. capita; mutton  and lornnb, 7,0,Bl_-,23& pounds or 7.20  poundw ])nr capita.  __1  m&  Mill  Cut _QN������WH  Food Wastage  ---by covering all perishable  Roods with Para-Sani Heavy  Waxed Paper, Para-Sani  moisture-proof textures will keep  them fresh until you are ready  to use them.  You'll find thc Parn-Sani sanitary  knife-edged carton handy. Or  use "Centre Pull" Packs in sheet  form for less exacting uses. At  grocers, druggists, stationers.  Moro than 0,000 olophanttt work  In Hiam at the task of trnnHporllng  lngH from forest to river.  litinl^Eu guilt, with Mlnnrd'H Oulrucnt.  *, m i |n mi mi <m���������mi4m4*mm*m<u.m ������������������'���������' a���������, wfrw������������������������������!>��������� n.'i.ai mi.-ii _._���������_.������������������������.������, -.,. ���������������������������nam   mi(wiwja.iin mi Hi���������w>nwin#nn  W.    3ST.    U.    1805  <$mwmm  m  Itf&Kei  M^^*X'^*!if^_fcVi_*r._C������&tVM_  IVa&tcrn Repraumiaifuc/i:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO*f REGINA, SASK. THE  BEVBDW.   qix__!STON,   B.   OL  yWL'  A NEW FA!  POLICY PROPOSED  BY GOViiNMiNl  Toronto, Out.���������A Dominion: agricultural policy is proclaimed by Hon.  Robert Weir. Dominion Minister o���������  Agriculture. On the -occasion of the  l������ Stabilize Wheat Prices  Advocate Measure To Restore  Coa-  ��������� fldence and Ameliorate Western  Conditions  Portage la' Prairie, Man.���������Organized agriculture of the prairies stands  four square back of the premiers*  pilgrimage to the east ���������to seek Dominion government aidIf or tha west.  In aiuiuiai convention her������y Yrjhited  Farmers of Manitoba gave tieir endorsation to the premiers' mission to  opening of tho Royal Winter Fair, gain Dominion assistance in restor-  the    minister    enunciated   important j ing   confidence  and   in   ameliorating  ���������_���������  t  ATTENDS- V.������, DINNER  policies, adopted after three days' deliberation of the provincial ministers  of agriculture and to be known as the  "national agricultural policy."  Declaring that at the present  period of denraKslo-s new and drastic  steps in the right direction should  !>_ taken, and insisting on the necessity of co-operation throughout agricultural Canada, the minister introduced four measures designed to  remedy the situation and bolster  "Canada's chief industry." They are:  1. The introduction of better  blood in herds.  2. The scientific use of home  grown products for herd feeding purposes.  3. Careful study of the science of  marketing.'  4. The prevention of implantation  and spread of poultry diseases.  One of his ambitions and reiterated policies, said Mr. Weir, was to find  some machinery by which every farmer throughout the country could be  made aware of the changes in agricultural methods and of the improvement in farming conditions. This he  had discovered, he said, as the result  of the conference- with provincial  agricultural leaders.  "It has been agreed that the provincial departments of agriculture  and all the machinery at their service, will transmit and interpret to  the farmers of Canada every possible advance or policy which the  Dominion Department of Agriculture,  after consideration and consultation, will consider beneficial to the  farming population as a whole.  This, of course, -with the least possible delay and at the lowest cost."  Decrease in the cost of production and scientific production���������that  is the production of -market requirements���������were two fundamental principles that had not hee-L lost sight  of.  The minister made a brief analysis  of his four major propositions. Considering the difficulty the average  farmer experiences in procuring a  first class sire, whereby he might  improve the blood of hia cattle and  the generalvus_fulnes3 of his stock.  Mr. Weir undertook to supply free  of cost to any group of energetic and  deserving farmers a sire to be used  during a period of two years. This,  he thought, would eliminate expense,  and a useless waste of time and  energy and encourage one of the  more necessary and wholesome steps  in the raising of profitable and sound  stock.  , Because of present conditions, the  minister foresaw a very definite increase in pork production during the  next few years. This he ddd not advise, but felt that because of thc inevitable trend, steps should be taken  to direct that increased production.  In his opinion, this would be best  done by supplying farmers with breed  sows of tho fine bacon type at cost  and' at half transportation price. This  would eventually mean that tho right  quality of bacon could he procured  for , home consumption o.nd exportation with substantial remuneration  for tho farmer.  conditions in the west.  Already United Farmers of Alberta  and United Farmers of Canada, Saskatchewan section, have taken a  stand in favor of fixed, prices for  wheat by means of Dominion intervention, admittedly the object of the  prairie premiers' journey to Ottawa.  The Manitoba body, however, erased  all mention of price fixing from the  resolution which it approved unanimously. ' '"  ��������� Though Manitoba farmers adopted  no policy on "pegged" wheat prices,  as advocated by George H. Williams,  president of the Saskatchewan body,  they decided to send a representative  to the interprovincial conference in  Saskatoon. At this meeting, the matter of stabilized grain prices by government intervention will be considered.  The Manitoba delegation will be  bound to - no specific move with regard tb steps to be taken at the  meeting.  In the course of open debate on the  question,' Mr. Williams stated that  United Farmers of Ontario and the,  Canadian Council of Agriculture  would be represented at the meet!ng.  as well as prairie farm body delegates. The Manitoba convention approved the action of its directors in  deciding to send a delegation to the  Saskatoon parley, scheduled Novem-  ber 26 to 28.  No lilf@F������6_*���������_3������������  Sir Kenry Thornton Says- C.NJ&. Has  No Complaint. Hega_d_ng Treat���������  mpnt. Rv Present Government  Ottawa, Ont.���������Interviewed here Sir  Henry Thornton, chairman and president of the Canadian National Bail-  ways, said:  "I have no particular comment to  make Upon recent rumors and reports relating to the Canadian National Railways other than to say.  that the administration has not the'  slightest complaint regarding its  treatment by the present government and has no apprehensions with  respect to the future. We have good  steady jobs minding our own business and trying to operate the railway. There does not seem to be  any immediate reason for undue excitement."  <3{_.  "Won���������Tr  ������-r������i_n +   _rvnrs_,   ti-mo.  In   nr\T������.   ^���������^ .-J.V  ___���������   jjota v. w. J^eck o_: Frtnoe -Rupert, feren- ^ ������on. Dr. R. j. Manion>  ?f;rt?^ of parliament to , Minlster of Railwayg, w3lo returned  hold the Victoria Cross, who was one j ^ week a *ou_ Qf Mar������_  of the many holders of this medal to  attend the V.C. dinner held November  8, In Toronto, Ont.  1_7L      _.    tk _ Of-      1JI  f.ii6_t_ _4Cr6ag6 -SiiOUiss  Not Be Reduced  18  times.. Only routine matters were  under discussion, it was stated afterwards.  --       ?!*_������Yf___    _B __  Would  . Be     Economic    Fallacy  Opinion Of H. S. Fry  Toronto,  Ont.���������Reduction  of acre  age seeded to  wheat by farmers of   "���������- -^flngineer of 7he~C^di^n  Telegraph Transmission At a Speed  of 9,120 Words a. Minute  London, Ont.���������Addressing the London branch of the Engineering Institute of Canada here, R. B. Steele, as-  western Canada, in an effort to cutlWof.AMO, t������i������^������,-i,���������   ���������>-.���������-,.-.,.-,������ *���������,_  t ._,__._,       ,.   .__ __.      National Telegraphs, announced tele-  Exhibit Of Choicest Products  _- i^n  _.n������  v_._s _._...��������� ----graph  transmission at  the speed  of  exportable   surplus of  stocks,  would   Q120 w<)rds a ^^ ^^ ������ ^^  be an economic fallacy, m the opinion i 1We shortly b    furtfaer extension  of Harold S.  Fry,  of Regina, chairman   of  the   general   publicity corn-  Varied Display Seen At Royal Winter  - Fair In Toronto  Toronto, Ont.���������The choicest of Canada's  agricultural  products   and the  bluebloods of her cattle, domestic-  animals and poultry were on display  here, when, without any ceremony or  speech-making, the gates of the  Royal Winter .Fair were opened to  the public. Housed in the buildings  at the Canadian National Exhibition  Grounds were hundreds of horses,  livestock, poultry, foxes, and cats and  dogs, seeking glory in their respective  classes, while in other buildings were  aisles and aisle3 of fruit, flowers,  dairy products, seed grains���������the best  Canada and the United States has to  offer.  Perhaps the most varied show was  the great display of apples, entered  for competition by farmers and associations from Prince Edward Island  to British Columbia. The displays  consist of boxes of apples packed for  shipment and placed one box beside  the other, 10 crates high and 25  crates wide, forming a great glistening sea of red and green.  The show was officially opened by  Sir Robert Borden, when the former  premier addressed the throng In the  huge Coliseum.  tion  and  Conference,   which  will  be  held in Saskatchewan's capital in j  .1632. Mr. Fry is also publicity di- j  rector of the Saskatchewan Wheat I  Pool. !  According to Mr. Fry, Canada pro- j  duces in largest quantities the world's  best hard sprang wheat ai|d ranks as  the world's greatest, exporter of-  wheat. He held it paramount that  Canada maintain this supremacy.  Either by finding new markets for  wheat, lessening the cost of production, finding new uses for wheat���������or  a combination .of all; three. Y~. ��������� ������������������*  of the carrier current system.  In 1927, Mr. Steele said,  the C.N.  j Telegraph increased by means of carrier current the capacity of a pair ���������of  wires from 400^ words a minute to 4,-  120 words a minute for a single pair  of wires. Further develop__e_it of the  system now made possible the transmission of 9,120 words a minute for  a single pair of wires.  pF_m-e_3 Visit ____Bbxirg.it _  Edinburgh, Scotland.���������Three Empire prime ministers: Rt. Hon. R. B.  Bennett, of Canada; Rt. Hon. James  Scullin, of Australia, and Rt. Hon. G.  S. Forbes, of New Zealand, spent a  Would Conscript High Incomes  Vancouver, B.C.���������Conscription of  all incomes in excess of $50,000 a  year, as a solution for the nation's  unemployment problem was urged by  a_3gig_-ates to the reTd-ar1-mceti"���������' o*  the Vancouver, New Westminster and  districts Trades and Labor 'Council,  in a resolution- addressed to the Fed-  era! and Provincial Governments-  Money To Be Returned  Rio De Janeiro.���������Provisional Presi-  day in Edinburgh. After a visit to the |dent Getulio Vargas signed a decree  Scottish  National War Memorial  in \ returning to the Bank of London of  Edinburgh   Castle,   where   each   laid i South America,   Limited,  and . other  wreaths,  they  received  the  freedom  of the city at Usher Hall.  Advocates Free Port  Portage la Prairie, Man.���������Proposal  that Churchill, the West's sea liar-  tor on Hudson Bay, bo declared a  free port of entry for British goods,  Was made by Hon. R. A. Hooy, acting  premier of Manitoba, at tho annual  convention of the United Farmers oi?  Manitoba. Ho considered that such a  movo would tend measurably towards tho establishment of tho West's  agriculture on a permanently profitable basis.  May Withdraw ��������� BVoim .League  Santiago..���������Chilean government Is  considering withdrawal from tho  League of Nations, hollovlng itself to  havo boon slighted by tho larger  European member a. Rejection of  Chilean candidate* for neat on tho  world court bench la; ono cnuao for  fart-scomlng withdrawal, at la 'oald. '  ���������������r__--srv^^  W.   N.    U".    3.B0R  Decrease In Fall Grain  Interesting Report Issued By Dominion -Bureau Of Statistics  Ottawa, Ont,���������Tho   area   sown   to  fall wheat in Canada for the season  1D31 as, of Oct. 31, 1030, is estimated  at 801,000 acres in a report iamacd  by the Dominion Bureau off Statistics.  This represents a decrease of 118,000  acres, when compared witls the total  of 1,042,000 ncroa sown last year.  The condition of fall wheat on Qo-  tohor 31, is reported as 06 per cent.  of the ten-yoar average, against 88  por cent, on tho samp elate In 192D.  Tho report'also deals with fall rye,  showing that 044,000 acres havo been  sown to this grain.- A decrease of 10  por cont. from tho total of 1,110,000  acres sown in 1029. The condition of  fall ryo waa reported on. October 81,  as __ per cent, of tho ten-year average. The condition on tho same date  last year, was 00 per cont.  Soviets ItoftnbllHh Child OllitlcM  Moscow, Rusnla.���������Special clinics  for crlpplod ohlldron are being eHtnh-  lluhad by tho   Soviet   Union,      Tho  hwnlth department' epitlmafroo from Incomplete! data that thoro aro 7i5<V  000 crippled childron In tho nation.  West Is Optimistic  Ottawa, Ont.���������Returning from a  trip to the Pacific coast, Hon. Alfred  Duranleau, Minister of Marine, expressed sentiments of great confidence in the future of the west, particularly of British Columbia. The  west was .optimistic despite tho present depression, he said.  banks, approximately $500,000 requisitioned during the recent revolution.  ru. run DS A_a_,  SET ACIff.17 i?iii>  ���������.������������������-    ___,_���������/_������    ��������� <4Jl\  RELIEF PURPOSES  Ottawa, Ont.���������A new list of expenditures approved by Hon. Gideor:  Robertson, Minister of Labor, brings  the amotmts of joint total expenditures of Dominion, . provinc_aI and "  municipal governments, for unemployment relief and relief works, up  to $45,660,705. Additional sums approved for Nova Scotia and Manitoba  augmented the previous total by $1,-  038,755.43, of which the eastern province's share is $916,205.43, and that  of Manitoba $122,550.  The grand total is now distributed  as follows: Nova Scotia. SI,025,305:  Prince Edward Island, $144,000;  New Brunswick, $406,300; Quebec,  $3,501,800; Ontario. $10,735,103;  Manitoba, $593~,740; Saskatchewan,  $1,476,941; Alberta, $2,667,536; Brl-  tislx Columbia, $1,325,482; Yukon,  $5,000; Canadian Pacific Railway,  $11,514,000; Canadian National Railway, $11,765,498; grade crossing  fund, $50,000.  The program of construction which  will be engaged in by the Canadian  National Railways, under the arrangement whereby interest on  necessary borrowings is paid by the,*  government, was announced here recently. The arrangement is made so  as to speed up construction, etc., in  order to give employment as soon as  possible. The total estimated amount  for the various projects, according to  the program, is $9,048,653, of which  $6,654,748 constitutes the proportion  to be paid by the rail-way. The remaining sum will be met out of the  grade crossing fund and other sources. The amount of contributions to  be determined by the Board of Railway Commissioners.  In .addition to the total sum mentioned tlaere is a further amount of  $5,110,750 for rails and ties.  This list of works includes:  Freight storage shed, Fort William, Ont., total cost $132,000; railway proportion,  $132,000.  Suhwa. ������������������     Sssks.^o"     ^^tsl     cost  $300,000; railway proportion, $40,000.  __iversion yailv/s"   line     IVsst-ort  OnL,    total    cost    $550,000;   railway  proportion, $550,000.  Relay   160   miles   main   line  with  new heavier rails a_ a total cost of  $1,103,054,   to be  borne by the rail- *  way.  Lay track on approximately 143  miles hew branch lines, total cost to  the railway,  $1,540,000,  Mexico In Market For Wheat  Chicago.���������Reports were received at  tlie Chicago Board of Trade from  Mexico City to the effect that the  Mexican Government had arranged  for the purchase of 200,000 bushels of  Canadian wheat from' the Canadian  pool.  ROYALTY OF SPAIN  Independence For' India  ������������������������������������ _,  Volco Of Islam Heard At Round  Table Conference In London  London, England.���������India's round-  table conference heard a voice from  Islam in a demand for complete Independence.  "I do not come to ask for Dominion status," exclaimed Muhammed  All, one of the famous All brothers  and a leader of the all-India Moslem  League. "I do not believe in the attainment of Dominion status. .The  one thing to which I am comrifftted  is complete independence."  Tho Hindus and the Moslems alike  challenged thc Conservative view, expressed by Lord Peel, whon tho former secretary of stato for India declared Dominion status had not been  promised as an immediate gift, but  had merely been pointed as a goal by  tho present Viceroy of India, Lord  I_wi������.  "I want to go back to my own  country/' Muhammed All declared,  "only If I can go back with tho substance of freedom ln my hand. Otherwise I will not go back to the slave  country. You will have to give mo a  grave here."  "Wo will bo satisfied with nothing  less than full responsible government," Insisted Dr. B, S. Moonje,  head of the Hindu Maliasabbaa, or  protection society.  PhQto&mpb: abovo nhows <Juccn ��������� of Spain and her two daughters,  Infantas Boatrlx.0 and Maria Christiana, leaving Wostminntor Falaco,  London, England, upon hor _8rd birthday.  lleavlor Imp������rl������ Of {Salmon  London, England.���������Imports of canned salmon from Canada during tho  flrnt ton months of the year wore  higher than In 192D, while salmon imports from Russia declined hoavily In  tho namo period, Rt. Hon. William  Graham, president pf tho Board of  Trade, told tho Houso of Commony.  England's comiuti will bo taken tm  Bunday, April 2������. 1031. THE  ���������BE$T������H   REVSS^f  Make  a Santa Glaus  visit  by telephone  Haven't you ever envied the  speed at which Santa Claus  travels, visiting homes in the  space of a few hours? If you  could only move as quickly at  Christmas time what a lot of  places you'd visit. However,  your friends and relatives are  scattered far and wide, and unfortunately you can't be everywhere at once. So many places,  so many people, but only one  of you.  There's a way out of the difficulty, and yon needn't possess  magical powers* The long-dis  tanee telephone- travels at almost Santa Claus speed. You  can sit down at your telephone  a~d within a few moments be  connected with a far-away dear  one. You'll be surprised and  delighted at the number of  Christmas visits you can make  in a very short time.  Kootenay Telephone Go.  score prize going to  Miss Marion Lear-  moth and the consolation trophy to Miss  Nora Payne.   Lunch was served and the  honored guest was handsomely, remembered with many lovely pieces of china-  Three separate outdoor musicales by  as many charivari orchestras on Monday  night at the residence at  the north end  broke the news of a marriage that had  taken place at Cranhrook two or thTee  days previous in   which Miss Florence  Irene, eldest daughter of Mr- and Mrs.  John Rentz, became the bride of Canute  Anderson, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs.  Axel   Anderson,   all   of   Creston.   The  bride and groom are popular members of  the younger set and  will reside in  the  new home the groom has just erected on  Alder Avenue.  Creston Loyal Orange Lodge had its  election of officers at the November  meeting on Thursday last, when the  following were named to take charge for  1930:  W,M.���������Jas. Downes.  D.M.���������Arvid Samuelson.  Chaplain���������H. Young.  Rec. Sec.���������W. Kernaghan.  Fin. Sec���������H. Tooze.  Treas.���������O. M. Samuelson.  Marshall���������Eric Olson.  1st Lecturer���������John Spratt.  2nd Lecturer���������Martin Nelson.  J. Grant, of Rock, Bay, provincial  orgknizor, was present, and was among  the speakers at the banquet, that followed at the close of lodge, at which 25  members sat down, as well as several  members of the L.O.B.A., who served  the repast.  ������  LION" Brand  jE-������n&li5i-.  a  Iii if  f*h-_illQ  U!131!!0  LIMITED  who died at New Westminister last week,  took place on Tuesday morning from  Holy Cross Church, Creston, to Creston  cemetery, with Father Choinel officiating  and Ed. Clark, Leslie and Gerald Tim-  mons and Lloyd Leadbetter acting as  pallbearers. Decease^ was in her 20th  year and was born at Erickson, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.. Joseph  Stinson, who came to this district from  Oregon in 1910. She leaves two sisters,  Mrs. Albert Stewart and Mrs. Geo.  Leadbetter, and two' brothers, Paul and  Ernest, to mourn her passing and who  have the sympathy of all in their, bereav-j  ement.  Sleep on Right Side  Best for Your Heart  If you toss in bed all night and can't  sleep on right side, try simple glycerin,  saline, etc. (Adlerika).������ Just ONJ_ dose  relieves stomach GAS pressing on heart  so you sleep sound all . night. Unlike  other medicine. Adlerika acts on BOTH  upper and lowea.bowel, removing poisons  you never knew were there. Relieves  constipation in 2 hours! Let Adlerika  cleanse your stomach and boweis and see  how good you feel! Creston Drug and  Book Store.  Lister  isonners ferry i_.  V #3������  .a J   a  Visit  Local and Personal  If you enjoy fish and chips you can  have these every Saturday from the  King Georgp  Hotel,  Mrs.  Bell  making  a speciality of supplying them to those  who wish to take them home for supper.  Mrs. Lillie, who left on Monday with  her son, Tjt. and Mrs. Roy __. Lillie of  Blairmore, for the funeral of her husband  at Calgary, Aiberta, the following day,  will spend several days with friends in  that city and Blairmore before returning  to  Creston.  The C.P.R. is now using oil burning  engines on the run from Medicine Hat to  Kootenay Landing commencing last  week. One engine is now all that is  required for the round trip. Up til! now  a change of engines was made at Mac-  leod and Cranbrook.  Chas. Moore left on Saturday for  Kaslo where he was present at the  funeral on Sunday of. Mrs. Moore's  mother, Mrs. Palmer, a well known old-  time resident of that town. Mrs. Moore  had been there a couple of weeks before  her mother's passing.  The duck and goose shooting season  closes at sundown on Sunday. Locally a  month has been clipped off the 1930  open season, the idea being to increase  the flocks of dunks particularly, those  thai winter in the open water on the  creeks in front of Creston.  30 members of Bonners Ferry Knights  of Pythias Lodge journeyed to Creston  on Thursday night last for a joint meeting with tlie Creston brethren at which  the visitors conferred the second rank on  four candidates. At the close of lodge  the e was a banquet at the King George  Hotel.  A congregational meeting of the Anglicans in the Sirdar Creston-Yahk area is  called for last night (Thursday), to  <ons!der the resignation of Rov. A.  Garlick and to take steps to secure a  successor. Accordingly to the circular  calling the meeting Rev. Mr. Garlick  ���������will be leaving at the end of the year.  According to figure? compiled by C. B.  Twigg, district agriculturist, who has  just completed the usual alternate year  survey, strawberry acreage in Creston  Valley is now but 138 acres as compared  with 217 in 1028 In the Bamo period  raspberries decreased from 57 to 40  acrec, and black currants from 16 to 15  acres.  Honoring Miss Evelyn Bevan, whoso  marriage took place yesterday, Mrs, S.  A. Speers was hostess on Tuesday night  at u mi~cuil..neous shower to which a  hirgu number of the friunda of thc bride  wero Invited and a most delightful evening Hpont: at bridge, with tho high score  prizcH going to Mi-H Beth Putnam and  MiHs Wa<i<\ and the couuoiatiou honors*  to Mn*. M. J. Boyd, with refreshments'  nerved to el oho proceed InRH. Tho guest  of tin* evening was tho recipient of many  giftH for hor r^ew home at Trail.  MIhh Kvflyn Bevan and her girl  frh-nrJn w<;r.* honpltatily trri-ortalnod on  Monday night at the homo of Mrs. W,  J'Va."'!!', i.h<' ...fair being a cup and naueer  nhowor In honor of llm former wIiuho  iriurrmg<" lo Mr. "Hud" Loil.ch of Trull  took pluw y.������Ht,erday, Bridge wan ti  ffluture <if tho   eveniriK   with   tho   high  ZIGZA G PA TTERN  Compare thia  Chain with  what  pou have been using and you  will appreciate its many advantages.  At every moment there's a chain  in contact with the ground ���������  diving gTeater safety against  SKIDDING and longer wear.  Ask to see these Chains  at your Garage.  Wild Rose Lodge Knights of Pythias  entertained the officers and members of  Acme Lodge, Bonners F������*rry, last Thursday evening. Headed by Bro. B. J������  Werner, chancellor commander of Acme  Lodge, about thirty knights made the  trip, and with them were four members  Red Cross Lodge, Spokane, headed by  Bro. Harry Lucas.  Third  Rank was   conferred   on   Bro.  t :_J���������_--    _-    _���������_, "E* .���������1- i _"u- rn_:__  j_i.uv.isci._j    _i   ._������onu_._ c _rry uy   tuts _ ulru  Rank team of Wild Rose Lodge in a  manner that evokedJhigb praise from the  visitors. The Second Rank was also  conferred in a like manner by the officers  of Acme Lodge on four candidates from  Wild Rose Lodge, Creston.  After th% rank work ail adjourned tp  a banquet at the King George Hotel,  where 95 knights did justice to a splendid spread of dinner fare. The visiting  knights were again welcomed by Chancellor Commander Armstrong, and speeches of high order were heard from several  of the visiting brothers and the past  chancellors of Creston Lodge.  Brother Chevernell of Acme Lodge  was presented with a Dozen Club pin  by C. C. Werner of Bonners Ferry, and  he was warmly thanked by Bro. Werner  for his services to the lodge, and to the  order.  Brother Camp of Bonners Ferry, also  read a poem he composed and dedicated to Wild Rose Lodge.  rt   ii    i figure ran  ft.  Oh  UUi  LIMITED  Wholesale nislritutors, PENTIGTON, B,G.  The gatheriug broke up at one o'clock,  and all joined hands and sang for Auld  Lang Syne. It is to be hoped that  many more of these international visits  may be had, as it aids the order to  flourish.  A November Bride  The home of Mr. and Mrs. R. S.  Bevan was the scene of a very pretty  wedding at high noon Thursday, when  their second daughter, Miss Evelyni  was united .in marriage- with Mr.  Maurice O. Leiich of Trail. The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. Garlick,  and was witnessed by relatives of the  contrasting parties, with Mr. A. A. J.  Collis playing the wedding march.  The bride, given in marriage by her  father, was gowned in eggshell satin  with slippers to match and band of  orange blossoms. Her boquet was of  pink and white Ophelia roses and lily of  the valley, She was assisted by Miss  Beth Putnam whose dress was of peach  satin and boquet of pink and white  carnations. The best man was Mr. C.  F. Armstrong. *"  After the ceremony a buffet luncheon  was served and Mr., and Mrs. Leitch  left on the afternoon train on a wedding  trip to Spokane, Seattle and other  Pacific coast points, the bride travelling  in black crepe trimmed with white, with  black coat and hat. and on their return  they will make their home in Trail.  The b. ide, who is a native daughter of  Creston, enjoyed a well deserved popularity here and the newlyweds have the  best wishes of a wide circle of friends for  future health and happiness.  Notices are up for the annual meeting  of the Community Society, to be held at  the schoolhouse on Monday evening,  December 1st. E. J. Malthouse is the  former president.  Rev.  R. E. Cribb   will  be  here   for  United Church service on Sunday morn-;  ing at 11 o.clock.  Mrs. A. H. Wilson of Nelson, who has;  been visiting her father, Geo. Hurry, the  past week returned home on Sunday,  and is accompanied by her sister. Ivy.  Gordon Hurry, who arrived last week  on a visit at his home here, has just left  on a trip east, which v. ill take him as far  as Charlottetown, P.E.I.  Still another sale is completed of the  improved faTms here the latest buyer  being W. E. Rotzoll of Nelson, who gets  possession immediately off the farmer  Ashton 20 acres, which is located near  the farm previously owned by A. R.  Bernard.  R. V. Willcox of Salmon Arm, the  federal R.O.P. poultry inspector, was  here on his usual official visit to the  Powers ranch this week, and during his  stay banded 30 White Wyandotte pullets  as well as some cockerels, whieh are  competing in the R.O.P. activities. this  year. The ranch now has 80 pullets  entered.  The party of two dozen German citizens who have had a road building eost-  tuact at Sanea came home at the end of  the week, having finished the job satisfactorily and were paid off. We hear  they have taken on another contract to  do rock work at Twin Bays, and will be  busy on it for at least two months.  HEIFEh   ESTRAY  Came to my premises on or about  October 1st, 1930 one red 2-year old  heifer, no brand visible. Owner can  have same on proving property and paying expenses.   D. C. BTJNCE, Creston.  BOAR FOR SERVICE  Fee, $3.  -'YORKSHIRE, Registered.  Bert Yerbury, Camp Lister.  _. REGISTERED    DUROC - JERSEY.  Fee, $3.   u. Learmonth, Creston.  TRAVEL by  mmm mis  m m  to  CHRIST CHURCH  _*_%-_���������_' a _.���������_���������  Bonners Ferry, Sandpoint  its  Quicker, More  Comfortable  Less Expensive  Leave   CRESTON  12.05, Noon.  Arrive SPOKANE 4.45 p.m.  One-ivay  Fare   to Spokane  FIVE DOLLARS  Leave Spokane 8.30 a.ro.  Arrive CRESTON 3.10 p.m.  Bus Leaves PERDUE  GARAGE, Creston  PHONE 5 for Reservations and  all other information.  SUNDAY, NOV.' 30  CRESTON���������8.00 a.m.. Holy Communion.    7,30 p.m., Eveusong.  WYNNDEL���������11.00 a.m., Matins and  Holy Communion.  rGuciia.uu.  SPOKANE  {���������]-���������-������������������-���������  ���������)���������--__��������� ������������������������������������������___������������������__-BB_--BBO_B_a_DHB-BHB_l  Erickson  We Slave 3 Truck suitable for every job  ^JIB������W'B������BMM-MWM������MMMW������W>>������a^MWB������WM������WiBBMB^MWM������^W������BMBMWM������^������M^  /  General Cartage,, Contract Hauling, Machinery, Wood Supplies, Grayel, Building  Material.  FRUIT HAULING a Specialty  Reasonable charges.    Competent drivers,  We finish our work on time.  ���������  _  a  MAJESTIC  Miniature Highboy D osip  Super Heterodyne combined  with Screen Grid Full  Range Selectivity.  If yon want better reception than yon are now getting  try one of these New Majesties and see what a wonderful  set it really is at a priee of  only $169.'  Reaching out beyond the  blue horizon to bring in New  York .at 5 o'clock in the  afternoon.  EjM*VK"*m*\ * -���������-i||,-,it*    m  * \J-*   I 1jjQ_lO.Oj1q  ROGERS-MAJESTIC  Authorized Dealer,  R. B. Staples of Kelowna was n visitor  at his Erickson ranch a few days at the  end of the week.  Mrs. R. Dodo's is a visitor with Cranbrook  friends  this   week,   leaving   on  Wednesday,  , Ii Harrison of Fornie,, manager of th������  Scott Fruit Company, was a business  visitor In thlB section aa the -weekend.  Carl Newmnnn had tho mi-fortune to  sustain a broken leg on Saturday while  helping IiIh father fell a tree, and ia at  present doing nicely at Creston hoapital,,  Richard Hall, who has Bpont the past  thrpn weeks on a visit with hia parents,  Mr. and Mrs. John Hall, left on Monday  for Revelafcokc,  Mr. and Mrs. W, Boopy who havo  r.pcnt tho pant few months hoe, left at  the fl.flt of the week for their home in  California.  Frank Clark is at present a patient in  Cronton hospital, hit* general health, of  late, having boon nono too good.  John Norerosn of Nelson, who wan  Liberal candidate In 1.024, wan an Krlclo  Huii vIhIUh' uh Tu-nday, maldnir thc purchase of throe head of Jto.Ncy cattle from  CI oo. Curtwright.  Tho funeral   of  MIhh  Sylvia Stlnson,  m     *C#������     Bw��������� C %mP Bi EEL #^_ H   si  Solo agent for GALT.GOAL.  m>  I  el  8  .ta  We are in a position to execute  orders' of all kinds of commercial  and society printing. Large or  small orders given the same careful attention, and delivered with  dispatch.      Place    your     printing  here   in   Creston   and   keep  money in your own town.  your  ya^gsarisa  T gm^*mmhmmma*mk\**Wmjmm^������.m ���������_*���������_** Ml |r>������������ a jf  HE  CRESTON   REVIEW  1 OOMMftBOIAL   FEINTING THE  CBESTON  REVIEW  X  _C^__S__^  :2  ������4  _ ���������a  .lectric ������ou<  Parchme.it Lamp Shades  Pulp  Jardineers  Silk Lamp Shades  Lamp Stands  Bridge Shades  A_i_o������y_Kl Braaaware  ^reston,  id D. Hamilton, Yakh, beat  _ C. Sostad. ������_.___&_, 11-7.  )m  .*IS  aVS  Other wonderful lines of Gifts  for your inspection.  ...   nucQTfiM nBim s. Rniw store  ul, geo. n. ___E__,__r_r  J������ THE REXAHiXj ������tore  ���������_-. Z2**__ __s������",__3_ 3^������*_������ -7������������-7g-*������S-������*S- J_**ffi. ._r!������������BS_  j&ss. ._j__h. _?***%_������. jstSR. _a. jw Jw-_a. _t__n. jr.  5&*  V__i  w  'I'M  ^S____*',S!<"_gr'  m.  JK-O.  Jk.  _ar  _ttS&.  Christmas  Personal  ��������� ta-  Yahk Badminton  Team Victorious  Win Two to One in Total ot 37  Games���������Smaller Quarters and  Low Ceiling Handicap Locals  Yahk Club Hosts at Supper.  H. Palmer and J. 'Wa.ibe.__ Yahk,beat  R, Fortin_and O). Sostad.^Crestqn, 11-6.  C. Cooper and R. Higgens, Yahk, lost  to H. Corriw^alian-TE.Whitfiel.d, Creston,  6-11.  A. Verch and JL. Williams, Yahk, beat  R   Telford and  B.  Marriott,  11-5.     - .    ������������������ Y  -. *'  GL Baker and  R  _��������� ortin arid  H. Palmer and J. "Walthfers, Yahk, lost  to P. MePhee and Ted Staples, Creston,~  9-11. _ y.yc  R. Higgins and H. Palmer, Yahk, lost  to E. Whitfield and Dr. McKenzie, Cras-  i ton, 7-11,       ��������������������������� ,',. ":\- J  ���������  j     Mrs. i>. Hamilton and   Mrs. 1_. vvilii-  i ams,.-Tahk,.. beat Mrs. R. Telford and  Miss M. Hamilton,'Creston, 11���������4,  '    Mrs. J. Hamilton and Mrs. Erskine,  1 Yahk, beat Misses.'STera Lister and Beth  Putnam, Creston11���������7.  I Mrs, Cooper and Mrs. Palmer, Yahk,  lost to Misses F Stark and H. Meldrum,  Creston, 10���������11./ 'i$  Mrs. D. Hamilton and Mrs. Williams,  Yahk; lost to Misses Liste* and Putnam.  Creston, 10���������11. j '  Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Baker,'Yahk,  beat Mrs. Telford _.nd Miss M. Hamilton, Creston, 11���������7.  Mrs. J. Hamilton and Mrs. Erskine,  Yank,lost to Misses Stark and Meldrum,  Creston, 8^-11.      ~     *  Mrs. Palmer and Mrs. Williams, Yahk,  beat Misses N. Payne and Beth Putnam,  Creston, 11���������^, "  Mrs. and Mr. C. Cooper, Yahk, beat  Miss Lister and H-  C_Tnw_lI9 C������*estnn.  11���������2.    _ _ "  :"   ".    :[" -    '  Mrs. and Mr. H. Palmer, Yahk, lost to  Miss Payne and Dr, McKenzie, Creston,  8���������11.  Mrs and Mr. L. Williams, Yahk, beat  Miss Putnam and E. Whitfield. Creston,  11���������2.  Mrs. Erskine and R. Higgins, Yahk,  lost to Miss Hamilton and E. Marriott,  AoA������AaAiii_> ���������_* r A r^~ *1 ~ ^ ~1 flfll-��������� _F - lfr~- A t ^liur* r ___l n fli - &- - A^-**-^ - Jfe-_������V_ .A ___._��������� _& . J. - fe     __    ���������  4  They both go together, so we are giving one away  with every two ton coa! order. Order yo_tr 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.  1  1  REG.WATSON  ALBERT DAVIES  'ri'f'T'T'T'T'yi'fTTV'f'fT'f'  ���������w'V"*������"'r*  fyrm^fw^'w^m^mwmf  g___________B  i  ���������uaras  Now is the time to place  thatl order for Personal  Greeting Cards. I have  thelwell known "ROYAL  SET. IES" to eboose from.  Call in and look them over.  You are under no obligation unless you find a card  that suits you.  IV. MAWSON   |  : CRESTON. i  m ss  t ss b_b s a see E9_assne__Baa_B ������������������������������������������������������������-��������� ���������>_���������������������������  GHAS-'MQORE  _.jVG.A/_._.R  '���������SURVEYOR*  AROHITECT  OFfg&TOfU,   '  -      'B.O.  F. H.JACKSON  REAL E13TATE  -listings solicited.  CRESTON,    B.C.  Yahk badminton talent, "whi _h made  such a good showing against Creston in  the inter-town contest at the Parish Hall  on November l_t_, had things pretty  much, their own way at the return games  a������ Yahk Friday night, the home players  carrying off 25 of the 37 games played,  and on points margin they were in the  lead by about 60.  Creston has no alibi to offer for the  beating handed thera but a look at the  scores reveals that the Creston talent  were not_quite at home away from home  in the opening rounds of all the series,  and this is attributed to the fact that at  Yahk the playing space is smaller than  at Creston, and the ceiling of the hall is  .much lower than at the Parish Hall  Once Creston talent got accustomed to  the abbreviated surroundings they were  not slow to hit their stride. Following  is the score of the evening's play;  C. Cooper and R Higgins, Yahk, beat  R. Telford and E. Marriott, Creston,  11-10.  A. Verch and L. Williams, Yahk, beat  H. Cornwall and E. Whitfield, Creston,  11-10.  G. Baker and D. Hamilton, Yahk.beat  P. McP ee and Ted. Staples, Creston,  11-6.  L. Williams and H. Palmer, Yahk.beat  E, Whitfield and Dr. McKenzie, Creston,  12-3.  1^1       1^1  -a-,  a   _L_ _l_ ������   l^lil_-if1-llIlfYlAnillf\__(_ll__l__fcl__l_l_____l_-r\_ _)___fta___l _ __! ��������� _ja ��������� iff- ��������� _B.| aa _a-j ��������� _������������������__>��������� ���������������__������������������ ___ ��������� ~fl-1 __l ��������� -W- 11_ ��������� ___ > *m* _ __- > All A  P  Pork  rime No. 1 Beef,  Mutton, Lamb &2_ Veal  Phone your order and receive our best service.  TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FiSH  BORNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  Creston, 10���������11.  Mrs. and Mr. D. Hamilton, Yahk beat  Miss Stark-and O. Sostad, Creston, 11-5.  Mrs. and Mr. G. Baker, Yahk, beat  Mrs. and R. Telford, Creston, 11���������7.  Mrs. I). Hamilton and A. Yerch,Yahk,  brat Miss Meldrum and R. Fortin- Creston, 11���������0.  Mrs. J. Hamilton and J. Walthers,  Yahk, lost to Miss Payne and Dr. McKenzie, Creston, S���������11.'  Mrs. and X.. Williams, Yahk, beat  Miss Lister and H. Cornwall, Creston,  11���������1.  Mrs. and C. Cooper, Yahk. lost to  Miss Putnam and E. Whitfield, Creston,  8���������11-  Mrs. Erskine and R. Higgins, Yahk,  beat Miss Stark and O. Sostad, Creston,  11���������10.  Mrs. and Mr.--__ .������������������ i_amiltcnr Yahk, lost,  *'_    ���������Rffs-���������''"-_r___;si4-^vi  ��������� ----- p      i������jr___i_+*  -_       xr-xocv     ___naiavvrii       cuu      *U-       iaiSiilV.i,  Creston, 9���������11.  Mrs. and G. Bake. 6 Yahk, beat Miss  Payne and Dr. McKenzie,Creston,11���������������  Mrs. and H. Palmer, Yahk, lost to  Mrs. and R. Telford, Creston, 0���������11.  Mrs. Baker and A. Verch, Yahk, beat  Miss Stark and O. Sostad, Crestod,ll-10.  Mrs. J. Hamilton and J.Waiters.Yahk,  beat Miss Meldrum and R. Fortin, Creston, 11���������8.  Mrs. and C. Cooper, Yahk, beat Miss  Lister and H. Cornwall, Creston, 11���������6.  Mrs. Erskine and L. Williams, Yahk,  beat Miss Putnam and E. Wnitfield,  Creston, 11���������9.  Mrs. Williams and D. Hamilton,Yahk,  beat Mist Hamilton and E. Marriott,  Creston, 11���������10.  Mrs and H. Palmer, Yahk, beat Miss  Payne and Dr. McKenzie, Creston, 11-9.  After the tourney the players all adjourned to the home of Mr. and Mrs,  Dan Hamilton, where a splendid supper  was served and a much-enjoyed line of  hospitality dispensed.  4 ,.  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AX WELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHBNG OPERATED BY GASOLINE  C  BiT^_?n _t^'_i'"_yT_i -_r*  III   ' ^_l*13L^&_^ J-wl- mmm h_bL ^BLg^������  Old  Country  E<astei*ii  L.dlld Cl_l  ��������� Central  lC_i4r> _a_"_h ___c_  Wm        -> _r_.  Pacific   '  G*il, phone or write:  nram������aci>  ^. B, MARTIN,1 ���������-"  Croston,       cr  M ^    ... ������������������!*,  *, r.--.:_ E'ultcr Wrap zd. C55:c: Rev:.!^ TETE   "REVIEW,   CBESTOST,   B.   O.  Take Leng Walks  Fat Men are Toid  Hon can you walk off your fat sf  you   haven $   any  energy to   _.o  it *  You can take off fat with Kruschen  Salts if you will take one - haS_  teaspoon in hot water every morning  before breakfast, modify your diet and  exercise regularly. '  There are six different salts in  Kruschen that your body organs must  have if you are to enjoy good health.  While you are losing fat you will be  gaining in vigor, energy, vitality and  power off endu ranee.  That means that soon you will be  abie towaik many raiies witnout fatigue  and enjoy every step you walk.  Drug Stores all over Canada sell  Kruschen Salts, and a jar costs but  ���������75 cents���������it"- a real blessing to fat  people.  Would Be Safe  Rudiments Of Flying Taught In ".London, England, STronn Table-Top  A  table-top teacher for the rudiments of flying" is being used in I_on-  don, England, to teach, student fliers,  don, England, to teach, student fliers.  The "pilot" is provided with a real  joy-atick, a rudder bar and throttle,  fitted under the table at which he  sits. On the tabEe at his eye level  is a large model airplane and the rear  end of the case is open so that the  pilot will feel a wind up to 70 miles  an hour. AH movements of the controls at the desk are recorded by She  enclosed 'plane.  i imM^tmJt  ^Iff^lliieii^r  <m*+T=L  aatSS___T  SviATHtEU'S  COUSH   DROPS  Pleasant and Effective  -   5c Package  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Encourage  Seed Cleaning  Saskatchewan Municipalities Take  Advantage Of Government  Assistance  Six Saskatchewan r^arfel municipalities were provided, with, combination  seed cleaning outfits, under arrangement with, the Provincial and Federal  Governments during this, the first  year of operation of the scheme, according to Hon. W. C. Buckle. Minister of Agriculture for Saskatchewan.  Under tlie plan the cost of the machines is snared by the two governments; the municipalities supplying  the engine, tlie housing and transportation equipment.  Anxiety  L  About Her Delicate Daughter  Francis Watts, the authority on ���������  tropical agriculture, died recently at \  Port of Spain, Trinidad,, aged Ti.  The port  of Vancouver,   I believe. .  is destined to become the greatest in  the world/' said the Minister of Marine,   Hon.   Alfred   Duranleau,   in   an  address  at Vancouver.  Dr. Charles F. Colter, _>._>. S-, who '>  was largely instrumental in forming ',  the Canadian Army Dental Corps ;  early in the war, died in Toronto, in ;  his 64 th year.  When  the  Prince  of  Wales  visits |  South America next year to open the .  British. Trade Exhibition at Buenos !  Aires, he plans some extensive sight- ;  seeing.   "             ,'���������"���������*  ���������     ' ~������" j  . Ta-_i _ were no legal barriers to the ;  building in  London, England,    of    a!  hotel by the C.F.R., despite a rumor  from London to the contrary,  company officials stated.  Another great European war in  1932, resulting in the annihilation of  Germany, is predicted by General  Ludendorff in a pamphlet just published.  The trade delegation of the Canadian Chambers of Commerce was entertained in Shanghai at luncheon by  the Pan-Pacific Association before  sailing for Hong Kong.  * - y  May  tiioufilit of tKis  N<K_t time y_������w-"-v___it.soft water in a H_!__*y  try Gillett^s Lye. Oissdlye one tablespoon*  lui in a gallon of cold waters and use thl������  solution for clea__ing sinks, refrigerators,,  floors, tiling, etc.  For washing dishes., dissolve one table-  spoonful of Giiiett^s -Lye in one quart of  cold water. Keep in a labelled bottle and  put a few drops in the dishpon whenever  Gts wash up.  y  1 ������_������ _i?___���������__���������**_ ������������������* ta-v*. *_������*������������_  I fill  ff  HAS HUNDREDS OF DAILY HOUSEHOLD USES  Send for our booklet.    It will show you the many  aa,������aarg 0__.������������&*S LyC CSS- ~-52SlC������  ~1 ������a������aya ja-g eSSlSf tCT VCU  SHI  STANDARD  BRANDS  GSLLSTX     PRODUCTS  LIMITED  TORONTO -      MONTREAL wirSNirEG  and offices in ait the principal cities of Canada  C.P.R. Hotel For London  Arranger-teats Slave SJeea Sfado For  Securing Suitable   Site  Annonucement was made by E. W.  Beatty, chairman and president of the  Canadian Pacific Railway Company,  She seems lo    be fading    away."     ������ ^    ac<llliaition of a slt_ for the  said    an    anxious    mother    recently   ... ^     ,  .     . ������._,***-. +v,_  about her    daughter.    Thousands   of  hotel proposed to be erected by the  mothers  could   say   the same   thing. j company in    London,    England.    Mr.  Their daughters endure a trying life '��������� Beatty"s statement follows:  robbed of all vitality and brightness ,     , protracted negotiations, the  Their cheeks are pale; their eyes dull; j ������ .������    their step languid and every move- i company has succeeded In securuig a :  ment tells of shattered health.. If j hotel site in London, facing Berkeley 3  neglected their suffering grows more ��������� Square and Bruton Street. The block  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  :_TOV_-___BER 30  ZACCHAEUS THE PUBLICAN ���������  A BUSINESS MAN CONVERTED  acute till decline sets in,  If your daughter complains of  weariness; pains in the side; weakness; headache or backache; her appetite is uncertain and her spirits  low���������anaemia is the cause. She needs  new blood. Give her Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills at once for these pills  actually renew and enrich the blood.  They make sickly girls well and happy; improve the appetite and bring  back,_a_L-the.i. charm and brightness of.  perfect health.  Dr. WiLliams' Pink Pills are sold by  ail dealers in medicine or by mail at  50 cents a box fr.om the Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Golden Text: "The Son of Man  came to'seek and to save that which  was lost."���������Luke 19.10.  Lesson: Luke 19.1-10.  Devotional Reading: Psalm 15.  May Not Be Practical!  Value  Off Beading Machine  Yet  To  Be Proved  A new invention from Berlin is a  "reading machine" which will project printed pages upon a screen, enabling either a family or an entire  audience to read together. The projector greatly enlarges the picture,  permitting several pages of normal  size reading to be reproduced from  a film the size of a postal card.  Whether this Invention will be of any  practical value remains to be demonstrated. Thc inventor declares it will  revolutionize the publishing of books,  since one of these small films can  take tho place of several books.  is a substantial one, containing ap  proximately 77,000 square fee4" in  area. Negotiations for its acquisition  are just about completed, and when  possession is secured, which -will not,  however, be for some months yet, the  work of construction will commence.  In the interim, the company's engin- i  eers and architects will proceed with  the" preparation of preliminary plana.  The hotel, when completed, will contain a minimum of six to seven hundred rooms."  Explanations and Comments-  The Resourceful Onlooker, verses  1-4;���������When Jesus was passing through  Jericho, a great crowd assembled to  see Him. The rich Commissioner of  Taxes, or chief publican, Zacchaeus  by name, being short of-stature, teal-  yfbr Instant^l  _, Base From \  V COUGHING lake y  *sa****.****.t fyyy __.  l_*i_:*5-_  f_\ l__M  ' _____s_S^ ������///__������ Si.  _v|fe^  ffash  \ SipProvisIt  Automobiles "Entering Canada.  In 1919 the number of touring auto-  ized that he would be unable to see mobiles entering Canada was 238,000.  Jesus. AndI no doubt^the hostile: crowd  In teIL y (1919) this number grew  elbowed off the hated tax collector. J  "'In. May and June 1 was  badly rundown and had faint  spells tHnril it waa a drag to do  my work. In July and August I  _Han*t* seeaii to pick up so I decided to try Lydia Ii. Pink-  ham's Vegetable Compound  because I flaw it advertised. I  took two bottles and now I am  the picture of health. I feel  fine, do al! tny work and milk  two cows, if any woman  writes. I will certainly answer  her  letter/'���������Mrs*  George R.  .;���������-.' .-������������������.',.../)n4-QttliHiiHi 0ni*F,r������.,p������m*<juj____-~���������-  Persiaii JBalin is unrivalled for promoting feminine loveliness. Tones and  rejuvenates the skin. Makes it exquisitely soft-textured. Makes hands  flawlessly white. Especially recommended to soothe.' and relieve roughness or chafing caused by weather  conditions. Indispensable' to every  dainty woman. Cool and refreshing.  Delicately fragrant. Magical in results. Never leaves a vestige of stickiness. Persian Ralm 1b the one toilet  requisite for the woman who cares  for charm and elogawce.  It was once supposed, that tho  northern lights of Arctic regions  could be smclled     as well an aeon.  BOYOU  SuFFtK Willi  HEADACHE?  1 So easy to get quick relief and prevent an attack in the future. Avoid  bromides and dope. They relieve quickly but affect the heart a^d arc very  dangerous* They are depressing and  only give temporary relief, the cause  of the headache afisll remains within.  The sane and harmless way. First  correct the cause, sweeten ihesour  and acid stomach, relieve the intestines pf the decayed and poisonous  food matter, gently stimulate the liver,  start the bile flowing and the bowels  pass off the waste matter which causes  your headache. Try Carter's Little  Liver Pills.  Druggists 25c red pkgs,  Winter Service Arranged  Certain morbid conditions nuicit exist in the stomach and intestine a to.  AneourriKA worms, and thoy will oidFtt  as long' as these morbid conditions  permit them to. To bo rid of them  and Hparo tho child BUf-Grlngr, uho  Miller's Worm J?owctet���������. Thoy will  correct the digestive in'ogKlmittcs by  destroying' tho wormei,. condition;, favorable to worma will disappear, ancl  the child will have no snore Buffering-  from that eause.  Mall Will Bo Carried Into North My  Air More Frequently  Arrangements for an air mail service into thc Mackenzie River district through the winter of 1930-31  have been made by tho Post Office  Department, according to an announcement In tho November supplement to tho Canada Ofnclal Postal  Guide-,  The air mail service wil! supercede  all previous mall service- to thla area  and will effect more frequent and  speody communication than has boon  possible In tho past. The frequency  of delivery will bo Increased'to-mare  than double, and tho time will bo reduced to Ions than half,  ' Tho mall service botweon Herschel  Island, Y.T.. and Aklavik, N.W.T.,  will be performed by police patrol.  Rao will bo Borved Irregularly by  pollco patrol from Fort Rowoiutlon,  He was, however, a determined and  resourceful man, and ran <on ahead of  the crowd and. climbed up into a  sycamore tree by the side of the road  by which Jesus would pass.  "Zsccfcaeiis ran before, we &re told.  Sometimes a man reveeds the secret  of his strength in some apparently insignificant deed. The forcefulness of  the will of Zacchaeus lies not especially in the fact that he climbed the  tree, but in the fact that he ran before.  He  anticipated Jesus,  He  saw  which way Jesus was to  pass,  and  made preparations for the best view.  . The Self-Invited Guest, verses fi-7.  ���������When Jesus reached the sycamore  tree He looked up and saw Zacchaeus",  and at once called him by name, and i  said unto him "Make haste, and come'  down; for today I must ab'de at thy  house." His "must" was    that of   a  shepherd who would care for a lost  sheep. When Zacchaeus dropped down  from the branches with great joy and  hastened homeward with Jesus, the  people began to murmur saying, "He  is grone in to lodge with a man that Is  a sinner."  The Conversion Of a Business Man,  verses 8-10.���������"Think of Zacchaeus on  the morning of that day! He was the  chief among the publicans and he  was rich. Full of guilty gains and entirely impenitent. In tho far North  the quicksilver freezes in tho thermometer, which of course ceases to  register, and the instrument is useless; but let tho temperature rise, and  the quicksilver becomes at once nimble and useful, That morning in  Zacchaeus the moral citilcksilver was  frozen, and most likely it had been  for years: he, however, no sooner  stood in the- white, fierce light of embodied righteousness than the auicU-  sllvcr thawed, conscience acted, and  the publican was convicted" fW. I-.  Watlc'nson). Not a word had been  said about his speculations; yet in tho  presence of tho righteous Lord ho  voluntarily and promptly made a  clean breast of it.  to -.SO-vOOO.  Chapped Skill  Wind, snow and sleet bruise  unprotected ' sk*n surfaces.  MInard's heals the raw skin  tissues and affords full protection.  Popular stories to the contrary;  there is no such thing as a hoop-  snake which can put its tail in ita  mouth and roll along.  W.    NL    tf.    iflfl������  Milk Pool Ta 13xpai.il  Tho Saiiltvatoon Millc Pool, who rae  corporato nnmo Is ���������The Bnukntoon  Dairy Co-Operative Marketing Aaso-  clatlian Limited," hao decided to expand and go Into the dairy buNlinwi.  It ltt now proceeding to get Into touch  with tho lie (oHgifcila for momberfllilp.  Mlt-timl'M  Hitalp.  Unlimitnt     rnfroH..eM     tho  vmmmss  j^mhmom^  "jRIre Glod forgive the guilt  Make man somo restitution,"  ���������Browning,  Zacchaeus used tho present tense as  a vivd way of aborting h's future  cotirao of action: nBohold, I_o.d,M ho  said, "the halC off my goods I give to  the poor; and if I have wrongfully  exacted might of any man, I restore  fourfold."  For treatment of caked bags in  cows, or garget, uso Douglas' Egyptian Liniment ��������� .the quick, auro  remedy. Saves time nnd expanse.  Prevents blemished stock.  Will isnlkt -'reduce Marliot  Twenty market gardenoro In    the  Winnipeg region    aro planning    tho  construction of tm ��������� all-year produce  market in Wlnnlpog, to bo conducted  by the growers, each of whom will  occupy a stall, The cont of tho bulld-  ..ik will rtiki to .Vbout .r?.__.,00'Ck  WHEN CHILDREN  Fn WW   THERE  nro times  1%. EC a    when a child in too  fretful or fovcrinh to  lie* Bung to &lccp., There are nomft  palns a mothe. cannot pat away. But  there'll quick comfort in Cantonal  For diarrhea, and other Infant..������  ills, give this pure vegetable preparation. Whenever couHed ftoaiguea tell  *yft constipation, whenever tlwreVi nny  aim of nluggiutmcsa. Cuutorit. ha������ a  Rood tnste; children love to take it.  Buy the gonulno���������with Chan. IX.  Fktclier's signature on wrapper.  I  Ifot _>fy Whin���������Minardi IJnlmonL*  ii  l. 4i  M TLTECE   ___EVH_W.    CRESTON,    B.    C  ' -4  ./ ������  tt-_^:$B^i--^;  iwiotiiers;    iiori'i wisr  Their Health With  Violent Purgatives  Constipation is one of childhood's greatest enemies. Unless  the intestinal system is kept clear  and clean ill health is almoat sure  to follow.  But severe acting: laxatives are  dangerous. The bodily system of  chrId or adult Is not meant to  ���������..4*1-. o+e__r������__ _hs __ms_t_**B~i forcing  action caused by ordinary, cheap  cathartics.  ENO'S "Fruit Salt" in a glass of  water,    every    morning     is    tho  safest,  surest and most pleasant  way to inner cleanliness and perfect health.  .ss  _L*milltl|fIIIKll|iiii!iHHIIIElfHI1lllllfimS3 ! was held at one corner by a safety  her arms. For a moment the * tired  lines had left her eyes, and only the  pride of, motherhood was there. John  Maxwell, sxiany times a grandfather,  thought he had never seen a sweeter  picture. He stretched out his arms,  and with a delighted cry the boy went  to him.  "He wouldn't do that with everyone," said Gay.   "He's rather shy."  "I think he remembers my last visit, as well as my watch charm that  always fascinates the youngsters."  ' The caller had seated himself upon  the steps again, and given the boy  his watch. Sonny stared at it a moment soberly, then held it to his ear  in a way that made them laugh.  "He looks more like his daddy than  he did, Gay."  "I've noticed that. I love a boy to  look like his father. It's strange, Mr.  Maxwell, but Nick wanted a little  girl. I thought a man always wanted  a son; and Nick's such a man's man,  too. But I honestly think he was disappointed, especially when the second  baby wasn't a 'little sister'; though  he wouldn't change either of them  now," she added, smiling.  "Daddy?" asked the child, looking  "I don't think anything," broke Sn  the older man hastily, already fearing  that his indiscretion might put ideas  into Nick's head. "I don't think anyr  thing except that yoird better take  care of Gay. She's got hollows in her  cheeks."  They had reached the bank, and  without another word its president  marched into his private room and  slammed the door.  "Damn her!" he said for the second  time that day.  Yet, when he cooled off and  thought it over, he realized that he  had no grounds whatever for his suspicions. As he had said to Gay, Nick  was still a boy, though he had shouldered, a man's responsibilities. Why  shouldn't he enjoy talking witlT a  pretty woman? John Maxwell smiled  at the thought that he, himself, was  not averse to doing .so! Should he  blame Nick because Gay seemed tired  and listless ? Most young mothers  were, being unused to broken sleep  and sudden loss of freedom. He remembered when Mary had looked Bike  that���������and his two daughters as well.  (To Be Continued) ���������  - .  'iiae tingling  taste o.  fresh. mint leaves is a real treat  for your sweet tooth*  Affords people everywhere great  comfort and long������las__ng enjoyment.  Nothing else gives so much benefit at so small a cost.  _������ is a. wonderful he!** its work  arid play ��������� keeps you  cool) calm, and  contented.  a  THE DUSTY  HIGHWAY  ���������. BY -���������  CHRISTINE  WHITING  PARMENTER  ������ Copyright 1929. "55  ?flB!Cf]l.9l2k!iilil'aSl.I._!II._aitlIlll__E������EElll_|P  CHAPTER V.���������Continued.  "He moved    on   slowly,    reaching  Nick's gate and looking up at a doorway     u_3.liwl_l.i-i      u���������Spi_B     -.5      pcc_Hug  paint. There was no sign of Gay.  In Bakersville most men come home  at noon, and at eleven-thirty their  wives are in the kitchen. With the  ���������unerring instinct -of one born and  raised in the community, John Maxwell made his way toward the side  door.  He saw then, that Gay was in the  '���������orchard, hanging some diminutive  pink garments on the line. Her task  done she glanced across into her  neighbor's garden, where, still clad in  crisp blue linen, Mrs. Halliday was  superintending^ the setting-out of  plants. Glancing up, she caught Gay's  "I hope you don't think I use pins  instead of needles for my mending!"  Her glance strayed to the trim blue  figure across the hedge, and her color  rose. "It's Sonny does it. He can just  reach my pockets and he will pull at  them. Sometimes he tears them when  I can't stop to mend."  She was silent for a minute before  she said, in answer to his question:  "You asked about the Hallidays? I  hardly know them. Nick called one  night when I was laid up with a  headache. He says they're very pleasant^ She's an artist, and- they're fiix-  ing the house beautifully. It makes  me crazy to fix ours; but everything  takes so much money. There's Sonny calling. He's just waked up, but  baby's sleeping. Do wait and see him,  Mr. Maxwell."  "Yes, I'll wait. I want to poke  'round your pansy bed. Most ail ours  got -winter-killed this year,"  But when Gay had gone John Maxwell didn't move toward the pansies.  He sat on the steps, watching the  blue-clad figure opposite. The flush  .tSsat..haci m.o_mte.d to Gay's cheeks as  she glanced at her new neighbor, had  not escaped Mm;  nor had the tired  eye,  and bowed.  There was nothing  friendly in the, act���������nothing akin to jllnes beneath her eyes.  the greeting  she  had  tossed  across j     He wondered if it were- only the  the square to   Nick,    a   few   hours  children who had caused Gay's lack  earlier. John    Maxwell's    grey    eyes   ������f sleep. Was it possible that Nick,  hardened.   Then, as Gay caught sight, the steadiest fellow    in    the    whole  of him, he smiled.   \ j world, was making a fool of himself  "Mr. Maxwell! What brings you out' over    another      woman?      Stranger  this morning?" J things happened every day, and Nick  "Only the spring. Couldn't seem to  was only a boy���������a boy who had ncv������  settle down to work, and Nick gave ��������� er quite had his fling,  me leave to take a holiday." ..'. I     John Maxwell understood. He him-  Gay laughed and  said:   "Will  you ' self, had married at twenty-one.   He  stay to dinner with us?" ,remembered a time some four years  "Not today. Guess you have enough  to do, cooking for your own three  boys.    Nick's still a boy to me, you  know, if he has been married long  enough to acquire a family. Do you  like your new neighbors, Gay?"  They had reached the porch, and  the girl sank down Wearily, glancing  at   the   pocket   of  her  dress,   which  later, after tbe advent of the second  baby, when life had seemed a good  deal of a treadmill. But there had  always been. Mary. Never for a moment had he looked at anybody else.  Surely Nick-:  ,       *  '^Here's my big boy, Mr. Maxwell."  Gay stood in the doorway, Sonny,  fresh and sweet in a pink romper, In  .������_.  H , H^JH   K^^ffl       ' flSrawH   S^_B   ^n^   ii^^B  A'CJ -D  reiay be causing those  frequent headaches  WHEN there's too much acEd in  your stomach, you must force your-  bcK to work, and even pleasures  nro too great an effort. Appetite  lag������; tlio. digestion .b poor; the  whole system suffers.  Laboratory teals show an acid  condition is due to orrors in our  modem diet. Bui you need not wait,  to diet your way out of the trouble!  Take a iablespooitful cf Phillips*  Milk of Magnesia.  Tins will neutralize tlio excess  OCNUlMg  ^PHILLIPS  ^r-j^uble*  INDIGESTION  Ssasr  ncid. Whenever you ore taking cold  or Toe. sluggish, weak, constipated;  Phillips* Milk of Magnesia has a  gentle laxative action.     -  Delightful to take. Endorsed t>y  tidd instantly; make you ieel ..Ice a physicians lor. 50 years and pre  now person in just a few moments, scribed everywhere for men, women  Take a little whenovor heartburn, and childron, The genuine la alwaya  sick headaches, nausea, ilatulancc, a liquid; It cannot bo made In  Indigestion or biliousness nhow tho tablet form. It always boars tho  .digestive syMom is becoming too name Phillips' for your protection.  up questloningly at his mother.  "Nearly time for him," Gay answered, and smiled tenderly. "Daddy's  the first word he said, Mr. Maxwell.  I remember feeling the least hit hurt!  And Nick's such a wonderful playmate that he adores him. I "  She stopped because the boy had  uttered a delighted squeal. He wiggled away from John Maxwell's  knee, while the watch, forgotten,  hung.limply by .jts chain. Nick was  coming! With swift, unsteady feet the  child ran to him; and with a sense of  genuine relief the president of the  F'irst National Bank saw that his  paying teller had no eyes for the lady  across the hedge. He stooped with  outstretched arms, and lifting his  small son high, kissed the top of his  bright head-���������hugged him a moment  rapturously, and settled him on his  shoulder as he came forward..  "A pretty sight, that," said John  Maxwell softly.  But Gay did not speak. She had  arisen, and -was watching her husband with an intensity not quite natural in a wife of four years standing. The blue figure in the adjoining  garden -was also watching-; though  Nick was serenely unconscious of an  audience. He came nearer, grinned,  and said: "So this is how you take a  holiday, Mr. Maxwell���������calling on my  wife? Mind if I kiss her? it's a sort  of habit I've acquired."  "A good habit," said John Maxwell  quietly, "Don't stop, for me J" and the  fact did not escape him that as Nick  obeyed, Mrs. Halliday, shrugging as  if disgusted at this display of family  suXection, turned away.  "Damn her!" said John Maxwell  below his breath.  He said it again when he was in  his private sanctum at the bank that  afternoon. Nick had insisted that he  stay to dinner, and aa they started  back to work, Mrs. Halliday appeared  on her front porch. She didn't speak,  but her smile was so intriguing that  Nick stopped; exchanged a few words  about the garden; presented Mr. Maxwell as his "chief," and, at a sttbtly  expressed hint from the lady, promised to step over after supper .and  survey h_r peony plants.  "I've been hard at work in the garden all the morning," she apologized  prettily, with a glance at her spotless  linen gown. "If you'll forgive my appearance now, I'll promise to look less  disreputable this evening."  "You look," Nick instantly replied,  "like a part of the garden itself,"  which bit of gallantry brought a sudden, satisfied light to the woman's  eyes.  The walk to tho bank was, on tho  whole, silent. It was as - they turned  Into Main Street that Nick said, as If  it wero something he'd been cona!d-  erlng: "Queer, Isn't it, how somo women can, work In a garden, or 'round  a house, and look bo confoundedly  neat? Now Gay--���������"  John Maxwell snorted angrily.  "NeatJ My dear boy; that woman  never sot out a plant In hor whole  life! She stands about looking pretty,  and ordering some man to do the  dirty work. TuUo curu, I>?i-k, that aha  doonh't take to ordering- you!"  : Nick stared at tlie frowning visage  of his old friend j then laughed and  j*a1d: "To do hor dirty work?'*  "Thoro are all kinds ofc dirty work,  my boy," answered ,Tohn Maxwell, bo  soberly that Nick pxelalrnod: "Good  thunder! Mr. Maxwell, you don't  think������������������"  Little Helps For This Week  ADDSJ-  Z E ST  CK43  ABTE R ��������� BmXi^mmVmEM^  Tgfc_-  ~_S/  .   "Whatsoever  a  man soweth,   that  shall he also reap."���������Gaiatians vi. 7.  God will not seek thy race-,  Nor will He ask thy birth;  Alone He will demand of- thee,  What hast thou done on earth ?  ���������f erslan.  And they who sowed the light, shall  reap  The golden sheaves of morning.  ���������James Russell I_owell.  -The present life is the seed-plot of  the future state, and the harvest  "which we reap in eternity is the same  in character and quality as that  which now we sow. Every thought we  think, every word we speak, every action we perform, every . opportunity  of service neglected or improved, is  a seed sown by us, the fruit of which  shall multiply either untold miseries  or myriad blessings in the eternity  into which we go.  ���������-William M. Taylor.  PM    1  The RA&SSAlf C������.  &t-  E  A    List    Of    "Wanted    Inventions"  Full  Information. Sent Free  On Re������tu_*.  Dep4.      273 PAHX ST.  I������T        OTTAWA, Ont,  Yield to this  Treatment  "* -Redden cfrest  with hot wet  towels; rub on���������  ^^apply. thickly  _ %>/ V <A R Q R ������J ������  Quick* Sane _������������/*������/  J^f BILIOUSNESS  '      SLU&CI.S.-..-.SS  CONSTIPATION  _>  Peevish,  pale,   restless,   and   sickly  children   owe their condition to worms*  Mother Graves' Exterminator will relieve them and restore health.  If everyone ate his food uncooked,  says a European scientist, the normal  span of life would be 140 years instead of 70.  Make toiiiorrew. \ \,  Use Minard's Liniment for Toothache.  Dice used by Egyptians in Queen  Cleopatra's time are exhibited at the  Field Museum in Chicago.  New discoveries of caverns containing paintings of wild anlmala  made by prehistoric  cave men have  1am M^������       4^A������tM/l      4*a>%      TjH_������#������ **m**>^.  UCXJAA.     At^UUU      Mat*.    _U*   at 4_MU������_���������������-*-  v#-  w.   n.   u.   isftft  %*mmf  V-bT    LU   *Z2)  Promot relief from  HEADACHES,    SORE  THROAT. LUMBAGO  RHEUMATISM," NEURITIS,.  NEURALGIA.    COLDS,  ACHES  and   PAINS  DOES NOT HARM  THE HEART  TRADE-MARK MtxC3.  Accept only "AapiriW yackatfe winch coi.ta.nfl proven directions.   ITandjr  '"AB.>Irin" bo������yi ol It tablets. Mao bottloa of 24 und 100���������All drugg into. THJfi  'UltlfiSTO-tf   K__VIJ-W  Local stud Personal  Birth���������On November 24th, to Mr. and  Mrs. "Victor Mawson, a son.  Birth���������On   November  22nd,  to   Mr.  and Mrs. Don. Bradley, a daughter.  FOR RENT���������Four room house, new,  modern.   Apply G. Nichols, Creston.  FOR   SALE���������Pontiac   sedan,    1929,  CUTTER FOR SALE���������High class  McLaughlin cutter, good as new. Jas.  Compton, Creston  PIGS FOR SALE���������Yorkshires, seven  weeks  old.   $5.50   each.   Victor    Carr  0%**_a-l+������f>  Creston Masonic Lodge has its election t At Trinity United Church on Sunday  of offivers at the December meeting on evening Principa Kolthammer of Hus-  Wednesday night.   M. R. Joyce is the \ croft school will speak on the topic. "The  Church in the Rural Community."  retiring master.  Legion members are reminded  u_v/, bargain.  F_rd_._ Gsrags, Creston,  C. W. Allan is a business visitor at  Vancouver, leaving at the end oi the  week.  Trapping licenses are in considerably  better demand this year as compared  with 1929.  Due to shortage of space we are compelled to hold over till next week a letter  from Ex-Teacher on the "O Canada"  song question.  Fish and Chip Supper at King George  Hotel every Saturday evening from 6 to  12.   Carry your supper home.  FOR SALE���������Crosscut wood sawing  outfit, without engine, $15, or will trade  for "^oles for woods Tpe?ev Boffey-  Creston.  FOR SALE���������7 tons alfalfa hay, $15  ton cash, or will exchange for one-inch  galvanized pipe. A. R. Bernard, Camp  Lister, B.C.  R. B. Staples of Kelowna, sales manager for Sales Service, Limited, was a  business visitor here at the end of the  week. He reports the Okanagon still  has about 400 carloads of Mcintosh Red  apples in storage unsold.  of the  tall  on  Tuesday evening,  December 2nd, at 8  For Christmas Gifts:   Waxed  flowers  uecember meeting at the' town hall  on j ana infants* wear.     For   dressed dolls  f. sj  place orders before December 6-   Also  dressmaking.   Miss Hills, Fourth Street.  ft/L       CH  ITIVtt    ������9  in  , .4 _������__-.-������.-_-_y_-  kf_C11������>a_  t-  ������ urk  IIU  One Price���������Coast to Coast  See   our   range    of    Newest    Fall   and  range    of    Newest    Fall  Winter  Patterns   at  J? S  "__T.I1  /.oil  '%&% 1 111  \m9%m^n^ma%ff  o'clock prompt. 1  FOR SALE���������Or trade for cattle one'  Master Six McLaughlin and a 4-wbeel  trailer,carry ton, all in  good  condition,  F. Simpkins. Wynndel, n  Creston Reclamation Company, Limited, have the annual meeting on Monday  night at the town hall. Dr. Henderson  is the retiring president.  VEGETABLE'S���������For sale winter cabbage, solid heads; also beets. Delivered  in   own $2  per  100 lbs.    P. W.  Foot,  Fairview Banch, Creston.  Work of installing the "talkies" at the  _.rSaiv. is -Xpc-ctcv* to cGXHm.uce not iuter  than December 10th, and present plans  nro tnr nnoninur   V\xr   nVi-5_frn'no  ... _ ������������������_ ���������   __-<���������������.���������.*_,   _*^    _' ������.*..**.* .���������._���������  Fit Guaranteed  Prompt Delivery  We represent the oldest Clothing House in Canada  TT_foKl._K_������/l  ;������-������  Tn^ntn    1SAQ  _._������,������._-������_>ia*3 ii \_v_   -a-i    .viuuiuj     _._*���������_���������_/.  _*3e       jr\m       -i_3 IT    -Cr  ury Zmooos, groceries.  smms**^mmm*m!i!mmmmm.  niinur   n  rnunc o  r urmture, rzaraware  m  tTTw'1***----Br*^TT**1:a---i'' TiT T'm i'fi_BlBTT  SE^U ������������_������1Sl_B*feli_-J&  Ganeralawa   Brand'  Broken  Pekoe  Shop Early  Only 95  Pounds at this  very special price.  * CRr.cn ONtViERCANTiLE  PHONE 19  CRESTON  PHONE 52L  WYNNDEL  V9  i    R  CASH STORE  CRESTON and WYNNDEL  MAWSON BROS. Old Premises.  Near Review Office.  THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS  ���������y������ TEA  lb    "Y" TEA, Our Best, lb   TOMATOES, 2^'s, tin   PEAS, No. 4, tin .   .������Y" COFFEE, Our Best.lb  ������Y" COFFEE, lb    SARDINES, Brunswick,   2  SALM ON, Fancy Pink, tails  2 tins .     BACON, Side, lb    BACON, Back, lb   SAUSAGE, 2 lbs...   BOLOGNA, 2 lbs   COTTAGE ROLL, lb   SHORTENING, 10 lbs   5 lbs   3 lbs   ROLLED OATS.with China,  pjjfc      ROLLED OATS, plain,pkt-  " 8 lb sack..  " 20 lb sack,  CHEESE, Colonial,21b pkt-  "       Canadian, mild.ib-  ���������4        r\iA *-���������������������������*���������.���������1_   ������-L  JAP ORANGES, box      1  SPANISH ONIONS, S lbs..  BANANAS, 3 lbs   GRAPES, lb   ORANGES, Large, doz   ORANGES,  2  doz   APPLES, G lbs   LEMONS,  doz   PRUNES, 2 lbs   RAISINS, Sultanas, 2 lbs....  CURRANTS, 2 lbs...   RAISINS, W.S., lb   FLOUR  ALBERTA  98 lbs.  49 lbs..  24 lbs.  98 lbs.,  49 lbs,  24 lbs.  OTHER BRANDS  The evening of Friday, December 5th,  is taken by the Women's Institute for  their  usual   December   bridge   in   the  T>nr:~V. TI-ll       m.��������� --I���������s_���������,-a��������� :_  ��������� ���������--_.. __<a.j.       _ aa_ auiiuoDiutl IB  uv  ecu i/_.  .45  .50  .16  .15  .50  .45  .13  .35  .37  .40  .45  .45  .33  1.95  m    tfiA  JL.MU  .60  .38  .28  .45  1.05  .65  .30  *****  ..__������  .25  .25  .35  .14  .54  .55  .25  .40  .25  .35  .35  .14  3.35  1.70  .90  3.50  1.S5  LOO  I  COMPANY,   LTD.  'y*m**'y ::>*mm-,y; ::i_t<������������:^_^^  NUTS  WALNUTS, lb   ALMONDS, lb   BRAZILS, lb   FILBERTS, lb   PEANUTS, 2 lbs.   PEELS  ORANGE*, lb   LEMON, lb   CITRON, !b   READYCUT, pltt   WALNUTS. Shelled, Jtfa lb  ALMONDS, Shollcd, lb   WALNUTS. Shollod, 34'slb.  ALMOND, PASTE, ready  to uho, tin   GLACE CHERRIES, lb   MING.IDMI.AT, lb   CHOCOLATES, Beat boxca  from ,   OLIVE OIL-Half-pints. 2dc  -fi<\   Quarth, R5������.   nalf-������nllonn,  $L 'UK   Uallonii. $2.86.  To-morrow afternoon, 29th, Christ  Church Ladies' Guild have their usual  Christmas sale of work, cooking, etc.,  with afternoon tea, at the Parish Hall  from 2.80 to 5 p.ir..  At the annual conference of the  Kootenay-Boundary Women's Institute  at Nelson last week Mrs. R. Stevens  was again chosen secretary-treasurer for  t<ac central organization.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Auxiliary  had quite a busy day at their annual  bazaar in the United Church basement  on Saturday afternoon. The ca"������h intake  for the day was about $180.  Wild Rose Lodge Knights of Pythias  will   attend   divine   service   at   Christ  Church on Sunday evening. Members  and visiting knights are asked to assemble at the lodgement at 6.45 prompt.  At the annual meeting of Creston  Curling Club oa Monday night, A. L.  Palmer was named president, and Dick  Chandler Is the new secretary. The club  closed the year with a cash balance of  $9.  The Valley is being favored with an  unusual streak of d������������! weather, with  temperatures just below the freezing  point at night. There has been, hardly  half a dozen hours of sunshine in the  past week. /  tf^.iPAnw-r  ton badminton talent played the  return'game with Yahk at the latter  point on Friday night, and were beaten  to the extent of 25 to 12 games. Cramp*  ad   quarters   interfered with the usual  Brand nlatr n.f She  !gE2,!h.  H. Harrison anager of the Scott  Fruit Company at Fernie, in company  with G. E. VanAckersn, local manager  for the firm, were calling on growers who  shipped through this firm, this season on  Monday. Scott Fruit Company handled  an increased tonnage of vegetables and  fruit out of the Valley this year.  __���������  .20  ,30  ,30  .25  ,25  .20  .20  ���������_���������_*  ������__v*_r  JO  .49  ._?������>  .40  aa_*-P  .25  .60  Pinto,  ���������   aOOD    MEATS  It is most important to have good  Meats for healthy, active bodies, and  it is most important to obtain good  Meats at economical prices to keep  ���������within the family budget.  SPECIALS for SA TURDA Y  Boiling Beef. 12c. Ih    Rib Roasts.. 20c. Ih  Pot Roasts 15c. lb    Legs Pork J 5c* lb  Sausage, 2 lbs 45c        Shoulder Pork 22c~ lb  Venl Rnfzisis      ������7 - 2^   Ih     Rid* P^rh 22n,  S  SIDE BACON, Whole, 35c. tb.  DILL PICKLES SAUER KRAUT  restnp Meat MarkBt  a   aaLB S__r S ���������__' 5 ���������   ill mB EM a   Baf B _L__ B    %Xm\ BJi B  5     ^afi__r   ^Smw    mm ' ^B_P?   5- -5    ^S ^5 SS   ^aSS7   SS   ^n    ������5 Ww SS   ^27S   5      ���������__ mm ^a___F    s  t-Virv���������o,  JL  UUUV  _^~^J..  -3  --_-������������������_-_-_������������������-__---���������������������������������������������--���������  X_^J.J_. __.__.������������_*������    -^L.  _���������������_^w< Jm-m.J       i.w_,Wk4uvwX^_ P  I IIIHIBIRIIBIKIIIBBIBPBeaSBBBBSBBBBSBB_CaBSSBBBBBOg  iia^.iyw'Vf'VT'f'T'yT'^'Vf T'T,y'T"<''T'f'T*f'T"''r,y'������,y,T,y  4  4  4  4  4  <  4  4  m   B bvq__ **9m __������-- mm m _____*  IO  gr*     ���������_  3Ult  - at  Your  Needs  Your   Price  Cold days are here and we may  expect a busy time in the Underwear section. All leading makes  are ���������. here in full range of sizes.  You can get exactly what you  want with the least troubla and at  the lowest price.    *  COMPLETE  STOCK  OF  ALL  LEADING   MAKES.  Greston Valley Cc Gperativs Assn,  CRESTON Two Stores ERICKSON  "*��������� i 'ft' -i ^i rii ^" i i^-i m ~^i ��������� rfl^. n _/_i m -B_ wi fltl in rtfff> -i -Uli ��������� -l-i ��������� _B-i -i a_B_ i B__ ��������� _Bi ������> _-B ��������� -B-1 - _-Bi I -B_- ��������� -B-i i -B- >_ (B_ ii rtfc _i' A n ������_h-1 ������_B- ��������� ������-_l i __Bi -i -at^ _i -B-h i ___h _> -fclt ��������� _B-Bj il <_>! _i -B-fc _i BBBl i -BV ���������! -MM  *mmMt>*m������mtmmmihmf***m*<my*fmH*n***im^  4  Greston Blacksmith; Plumbing &  Heating Company*  *m  i  Can supply you with anything you  need   in   the   General   Blacksmith.  Plumbing and Heating line.  J   We carry a coanpletG line oi Bathroom Fixtures m s_o_._*  Baths. Toilets, Basins, Sinks, Rantfc Boilers, Pipes  and any kind of Fitting, Eavetrougti, Soil Pipes,  Vitrified and Tile Drain Pipes, &e.  In the BLACKSMITH line we give you the very beat  of service, bb we havo the Stock, we havo tho Tools,  and we have the men who can do the work.  4  <  i  4  SSTJ-JSlVSTlRttll? & REED  ff_������-BV>������a-h*At������_Bl t-aB-a-aB- - _B.<.|6l _ A WI J.H������)iBl lat-a-aaB ll .Bl������ A ������ A* t-kW.B^*.afti������ AlawA  ���������ii  81  ._1  HI  il  #1  ii  ii  a \  Sal  m  si  m  :m  "il  ^3KSsSKSmmmwm%mmm^^


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