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Array ]mWm  y ... <~- ���������  r)ff/  c^  "VOL, xxli.  B.C., -FKIpAY,  DECEMBER 26,  1930  No'41.  "3*������  Wynndel Opens  Community Hall  Four-Way Dance Floor Largest  in Whole District-���������Other Appointments Equally Spaciaus���������  Col. K������s_er Opening Address..  can be folded back and leavea space Z01  30 feet for meetings or small social  gatherings.  Arrangements were made about the  site and building operations commenced  when $2000 of capital was subscribed.  At the fceghisiBg cf Ncvsnibe. .the  building material arrived and work waa  commenced in earnest by the shareholders, and the result is that today the ball  stands completed. The inside is painted.  [ The put_.de, which is completely shins*  led, will fae stained later.  ^tfofl^^ltaaY. -_v  The grand operifag dance of Wynndel  Community Hall was held on Friday,  with Al. Fredericks" orchestra in attendance. The bail was decorated with  Christmas wreaths and the stage with  Christmas bells. ' which were very  effective.  Dancing commenced at 9.30 p.m. The  floor was in splendid shape until nearing  the end, when it became sticky, bat a  little cornmeal soon remedied matters.  The floor promises to be one of the best  after a other dance or two.  Col. Fred Lister, M.P.P., formally  opened the hall, and congratulated the  community of Wynndel on the success of  their efforts, as the hall is the finest in.  the valley. Boswell hall was nest to  Wynndel, he said. He hoped the hall  would be a successful venture and that  anyone desirous of holding a dance  would apply for the use of the hall, and  would be sure of satisfaction.  ~ Creston, Erickson. Canyon, Alice  Siding, Sirdar, and as far down the  lake as Boswell, were well represented.  A splendid supper was served at midnight and dancing continued until 2.30  a.m., when all proclaimed the opening  dasce a splendid success. The intake at  the door was about $140. The supper  committee were Mrs, Hackett, Mrs.  Towson, Mrs. Slingsby, Mrs. Abbott,  .Mis Grady, Mrs. Pedersen, Mrs. Wood,  Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. M. Hagen, Mrs. R.  Andestad, and Miss O. Hagen.  Gmn&mm ���������~$tg  at  ;���������.-TJie. jaiucb talked of Y^u������tjoa of a  community���������rMl''wto---,'_!oi^^''i"iByr8 few  Wyiradel residents--when a meeting was  .called, in August, of those interested,  and the matter of financing ��������� such a  project was " discussed. A temporary  .board of directors was appointed to look  further into the matter, and get the  Views of other residents as to the form-  iiig of & company with shares at about  $10 each.  The board did the work allotted them  with enthusiam. The feeling of the  people was strongly for a hall, and the  .esult was a meeting of those interested  in October at which a motion was passed tb incorporate the company. By-Jaws  vjoio drawn up and approved, and the  following directors elected: Sam Steenstrup, E. Uri, John Wigen. J. 6. Abbott,  A. JE. Towson and C. Ogilvie.  ������bme idea of the splendid accommodation provided by the hall may be gleaned from the fact that the floor is 70 x 40  feci/with a four-way floor. The stage  and ititchea-iaSO x30 feet. The stage is  of the folding type and when not in use  New Year Eve  Mrs. Roberta Walsh, who has been  Kelson, returned home on Monday.  Canyon is expecting the biggest invasion of the year tonight for the Legion  dance at the community hall.  While returning with the mail on-  Friday last the car driven by the carrier,  John Lojd, skidded off tire road just  below Erickson crossing, but fortunately  no serious, damage was done.  Canyon orchardists were out in full  force for the central celling meeting at  Creston on Friday addressed: by F. M.  Black. ���������Through this district opinion is  pretty evenly divided for and against  the new marketing project.  Miss Nissie McRobb, who has been on  the Exchange staff at  Creston for. the  past sis months, completed the season's j  work at the end of last week, and is home  again.  Campbell Blair left on Saturday for  Winnipeg, Man., to whi������5h city he was  called on account of the death of his  sister-in-law. and where he will likely  remain ������n_i_l January at which tims Mrs.  Blair will be returning from the Old  Country.  The school concert on Friday night  attracted a very large attendance and, if  anything, was--even superior to the  ^entertainment of a year ago, which was  by a long way^the Bfes^-s^rir presented at  l|jJiJS>Llj>LII  i/ft  Sru/-  ISw  Imperial Bank, were Christmas visitors  with Nelson friends.  FOR SALE���������Medium sixe kitchen  range.   Jas. Carr* Crest-cm.  " FOR    SALE���������Cutter   .in    first-class  ______     <_������^e       T__i._ j. ..���������      ^.f sz       ,^_,-������-.-__  SSSp?.    ?plS.       -JlS-li    -W3SS������--.     >r-51- __������K_=>  dump gravel box, $85.   Morrow's Blacksmith Shop, Creston.   .  Principal Marriott of public school and  vice-principal Sostad of the high  schflol,  are spending Christmas holidays at their  homes in Vancouver.  Jim. Cherrington arrived on Friday  from Vancouver, where he is attending  the University of B.C. to spend Ghrlst-  mas at his home here.  Art Reed of Creston Blackantiithing  & Plnmbing. Company* left at the end of  the week for Trail* where he is spending  his Christmas holidays.  CIDER    FOR    SALE���������Made   from  Delicions apples, 50 cents gallon, furnish  your own containers.   Leave  orders at  Creston Mercantile Co.  Adam Robertson arrived Et the end o!  the week from Victoria, where he is  attending Normal School, for Christmas  with Mr. and Mr_i. S. A. Speers.  The PETER  PAN   CAFE  )next to  liquor store), meals 40c. Friday and  Saturday nights Fish and Chips, 35c.  Orders of Fish and Chips delivered.  Miss Gladys Webster of the Michel-  Natal   consolidated school,  arrived  on  Saturday  for "the vacation   with    her   --    T_/T_-  ���������._,_ -X.Y   T   XT'  ������/<U ������.UI_>,  xtjls. caaxaa iuioi w. ���������a.-  Canyon School  Concert Success  Great Variety to Programme���������-  Musics! Numbers of Quality  ���������Drills are Equally Pleasing���������  Santa I^fakss Apj5t___rs_s.se.  E..  {-u_,_~_-_aa>     +-������*���������������_      1���������of;  /������SH  *_ut7  Canyon.  Lm&imt*  Kxtmnrl  vouiv friends,. Earliest  NeAv   Year  G recti iigs at  the  New-Year Eve Ball  Grand Ttalra Ballroom  WED JOEG: 31st  DANCING Bib 2   *  MUSIC BY  Al. Fredericks Orchestra  Gentlemen $1.   ladies 50c.  SUPPEft EXTRA nt PRESTON  CAFE, 11 _u 1 o'clock,.  Ernest Stephens of Trail arrived on  Wednesday to spend the Christmas  vacation.with his parents, Mr. and  Mrs .  R. Stephens.      .   .���������������  John Finlay left on Wednesday for  Trail where he will spend the yuletide  Vacation with his sister, Mrs Jory.  About thirty of the Germans who are  at work on the road building contract at  Twin Bay, arrived in on Wednesday for  the Christmas holiday at their various  homes here.  Harry Helme is another Listerite who  is away for Christmas. He is olidaying  at Nelson.  Miss Curtis principal of Lister school  got away on Friday for her home at  Slocan City where she will be spending  her two weeks' vacation.  Quite a large number of the parents  were out on Thursday afternoon for the  Christmas closing exercises at the  school, which were quite informal.  Several of the children favored with  readings, recitations, etc., and' refresh*  monta were served.  About $22 was realized for the  children's Christmas tree fund at the  Commu :ity Society dance on Saturday  wight, at the schoolhouse, which waa  supervised by Mrs H, Langston. The  music ������j?������������. tfoouj uud was by an orchestra  mostjy'from. Canyon in which Mr. and  Mrs. Kolthammer, Holly and Alf. Bond,  T, R. Mawson, George Wickholm and  Peail Huseroft lent a hand, through the  evening:. ,   ,     , .  L.B-W;' school closed for CliriH.mm. vacation oii Friday, and tho December  report i.hows a per cent, attendance of  .SI. Those making I highest standings  wero: Grade.?���������Douglas McICoo, Erwin  Mpyor. ; Grade fl���������CIara;_}omlM., Frank  Yerbury. Grade, C���������DourIiib Sinclair'  Clara"Mc^.;":Grade 4���������Eillu, Meyer,  .Cyril Bflrd G--do 3���������Alice WcllBP).inff,  Margaret Dp .if- Grade 2���������Margaret  Sinclair* Eric Jacks. Grade 1���������EIbIo  Rumm, Helen Gufltnfflon. . ���������    ,  Perfect Attendance���������Cyril Bird, Johanna Daus, Margaret Dent, Clara  Domko,. Martha Domko, Daniel Domko,  David Guatafson, Helen Guntafson.Man  nlng Pow.ra, John Rolmor, DbuRlnn Sinclair, Margaret Sinclair, Rose Wolfrum  Miss Agnes Maekie of Boswell was a  visitor here last week taking iS the opening danc^.^^wwas^ guest,of; Mr. .and'  i_^--i.YAi������__e_^^  Gweedo Bennedetti,who is'attending  high school at Cranbrool-. jreturned home  on Friday for the Christmas holidays.   .  Miss Kate Payne of Creston .was a  guest of Mrs. R. Andestad taking in the  opening dance. Miss V. Morrow, also  from Creston, was also a visitor, a guest;  of Mrsa'P,. Hagen..   i     . .   ��������� .',   ..  Miss S. Bwiedetti returnied from  Boswell to spend the Christmas holidays  with her parents, and visit her ^sister,, ia  Cranbrook. ;;  The school concert has been indefinitely postponed owing, to the serious illness of one of the  teachers..  Miss     D.    Payette    returned  from  Kimberley on Friday.  . Mrs. R. Price, Miss D. Payette and O.  Ringheim were Bonners Ferry visitors  on Sunday. y-u  Local and Personal  FOR SALE���������Cutter, in ^ood shape,  going cheap.   John Hall, Erickson.  WANTED-Good, gentle milch cow,  milking.   Albert Stewart, Creston.  Dr. J Olivier of Crestpn hospital atpiil  is with the family at Blairmore, Alberta,  for Chr.Btroas Day.  FOR SALE���������Geese for sale, SO cents  pounds dressed. G. Robncs (Washout  Creek). Sirdar, B.C.    s.  Suu  G. J.s  hc_i3C-  FOR  SALE���������Fi\'e  rcu.aa  five  lots,   about 25 fruit trees.  Bayle, Northport, Wa.s|b.      - .. Y  Skates hollow ground7 on real skate  HhnrpGtter. "Satisfaction jpuarantecdt  Morrow's Blacksmith Shop, Creaton. ?<������  A. Miackle and A. Hepher of, Boswell  were Creston visitors on Friday for the  growers meeting addressed by Fr... M.  Black,. ! .  ; ���������  FOR SALE���������Jersey feowr freshened in'  December, splendid, butter cow. Also>  quantity of hay. :'Mra. A. Cameron,  Erickson.  Donald Archibald In home from  Brentwood College, Victoria, for Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.  M. Archibald. ' 'Mr-\- ���������:���������.'��������� ';'i ''  Misa Ilolon Meldrum, vlce-prlnclpnl of  Creston public ach ool, lott _|U Friday for  tho Yuletide two weeks* vueution nt hor  homo in Vancouver.  H. Cornwall of th*. Wwyik^ofComrnvrcw  stall, and D. Whitfield,   cashier at tho  Miss Madeline Putnam, who ia taking  second vear arts at ttssi _?_C= TTn_ver___.. y=  Vancouver, arrived home on Saturday  for the Christinas holidays.     .  ��������� - . ���������  Miss Ruby Martin, whoi is at the  provincial Normal School at "Victoria, is  borne for the Christmas holidays  with  her parents, Mr. and Mrs. JYE. Martin,  ''i  .���������'-. .  s-*-. . -,_ *���������  "first'of 'tSe"vweets:;.;"foir: 'Cli&tnias^t-' the^  Rockland ranch.   . "   '   .  : .Misses White and Walker of the  school teaching staff are at their homes  at Fernie and Vancouver respectively for  the Christ r as holiday.  Mr.: and Y Mrs: Murphy and. two  children of Saskatoon, Sask., are here for  Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. W. H.  Kemp.  ��������� ;The Christmas term-end report of the  Erickson school was given out en Friday,  and the principal. Miss J. White's report  is as follows: Grade 8���������Betty Kemp 79,  Sadie Fraser 77, Roy Penson 76, Milton  Fraser 74, Otto McMaster 67, Rodney  Putnam 66, Maurice Kelsey 63.  ��������� Orade 6���������Helen Dodds 77, Evelyn  Speaker 70, Margaret Murphy 70,Muriel  Penson 68, Carol Hea ey Ol.Peter Obe d-  koff '57, Frank Clark 65, James Scott 51.  Grade 5���������Hazel Beam 89, Gwen Put-  nnm 79, Lawrence Leadbetter 76, Peter  Heric 74, Jack FraBer 74, Basil  Pakenham 69, Marion Henley 58> Mac.  McMaster 56,  In Division 2 Miss Walker submits the  following report: Grade 4���������Yvonrfe Putnam, Margaret Bundy, Olive Speaker,  Leona Heric, Merle McMaster, Kenneth  Tompkins, Evaline Clark.     v  Grade 3���������Grace Pentium, Stella Tompkins, Bertha Fraser, Joan Heric, George  Carr, George Cameron, James Carr,  Stephen Bullock, Roy Cartwright, Anton  Newniann.  . Gradft2���������Eric Pakenham, Mol.a Pak-������  enham, .John 'Richardson, Znne Beam,  Mildfed Fraser, Martha Newmann,  Groic}e; 1��������� Anita Heric, Annio Posen-  koff, John Murphy. Rose Leadbetter,  Beryl Tompkins, Emil Nonrmann,  Norma Bundy, Alice Healey.  fairly general opinion of the CanyonJCitv  school concert which was staged in the  Canyon community hall Friday night  and attracted a very large attendance.  There was great variety to the evenings-   offerings.   The   recitations   were  selected with, care, the musical numbers  were of  a  very  high  order  including  Dvorak's   "Humoreske,"   "Neopolitian  Nights,"    and   "Barcarolle," from  the  Tales    of    Hoffman,    and     Principal  Stephens, who   was  largely responsible  for the musical features deserves credit  for his selections for the children., as well  as the execution.   In  the  musical  line  the crowd would have nothing to do with  the no encore rule in the case of the two-  piece  orchestra,  Stephen   Bedry,   concertina; and   George   Foreman, mouth  organ, who. were, compelled  to repeat  their number. r. >  Miss Vera Lister, who was  responsible  for the drills   Stud   ihs. musica^    accom-  pak-iement,    showed  equal   proficiency  with that of the   principal   in   selection  and   execution,   their   combined   efforts  with that of the children  producing an  entertainment that would bo h&rd  to  e^siH-I is shsv school district.   Fcilc?fii_jj  is She programme:  "Q Canada!"  Merry Christmas!  School Chorus, ,fToyroaker,s Dream,**  Recitation���������Jean Spencer.  . Dialogue���������"Feminine S3raveiy."  . Junior,Orchestra.     J- ,'��������� ���������':��������� ���������    "���������  Twenty?voj"ce duett;* Whispering Hop**"  ���������'���������:*Bo^*���������}lu1_^wlt_gin&ir.;..'r '���������:. '  Recitation���������-Bruce Nib-ow* '������������������>  Clap Dance.   ���������'*"���������*���������";j; '-'  School Chorus���������"NeopolitianiNighta.^  Dialogue-���������"The Sick PupUar'*  Christmas Beit Driii.   . ,T =. ^-  '  "Barcarole," fi-ona "Tales of Hoffman."  Recitation���������Babs Spencer. ;  Girls'Phvsickl I>H!L  Humoreske���������Six Senior Girls.  Recitation���������Ethel VunAckeran.  RecitatioEB���������Earl Browell.  Tri ���������"Three Kings of Orient."  Recitation���������Helen Humble.  Recitation���������Walter Johnson.  Two-piece Orchestra Selections.  Recitation���������Denis Zachodnik.  God Save the King,  A. Spencer made a capable chairman,.:;  and at the close of proceedings. J. E, ^  VanAckeran made his "appearance a������. .  Santa Claua when  every youngster la, '���������'".  the district was suitably remembered.  committee made it possible to have a  very enjoyable visit from Santa, Claua  so that every child in  the  distr ct  wa*  remembered.  The Board of Trustees therefore take  this opportunity to thank them for their  efforts."  The Independent Growers  and   Shippers' Association  INVITE YOU to  HEAR THE OTHER SIDE  of CENTRAL SELLING  nt tb<p> Public  Trustees Appreciative  '���������Tho Christmas tree entertainment of  the Canyon City school was attended by  a large and enthusiastic crowd nt thc  Canyon Hall Inst Friday., .      ,; ,f"  Tho programrtio offered waa of ii vary  high quality and the variety waa of ouch  a nature that all have throughly enjoy*  'eel tho evening. ���������.",'���������"'  Tho trustees fool that n vory mlncore  and hearty vote, of thanks 3������ due the  tonchorn, schblars^ and tho Clirlatmaa  troo commit too for ttiolr stironuotia and  aucccssful efforts, '  Tcachcro nnd scholars aparcd miialthliig |  to make the evening a hucc^hMj and the I  lVf������(r.f,5ir>������i.   o  Toes.,  United Church Basement  ec 30  TWO- p*m* JP^ecin-eiy  ^     .    ��������� Speaker :���������''���������'���������  MAJ. MAGUIRE  who will .thoroughly discumi the  plan flubmfittccl by Mr, F. M.  Black Inst Friday. IPBnR.    EEVI-EW. ' ���������_RESTO������Ts   B.    a  Canada s Markets Abroad  ������v    5 r_������  ������    ts e*  uubs mas a _rai.ce  Believes Confession Of , Russian. Engineers Was Staged'For-_Effect;".  ���������-> A. belief that Leonid Ramsin, Russian, engineer, whose death sentence  was commuted after his conviction  with seven others on accusations oi  plotting against tbe Soviet regime, is  innocent of the charges against him  was voiced by H. W. Brooks, of New  York, consulting engineer and friend  of Ramsin.  Brooks, who waa in Europe with  Ramsin, while the Russian engineer  allegedly negotiated with groups Ws-  tile to the Soviet government, declared he saw "never a sign o* a  plot."  The confession Ramsin made accusing   himself   of   sabotage and of  The securing of markets abroad for the products of Canada, whether  those products be in the form of foodstuffs, raw materials, semi-manufactured or fully manufactured articles, is one of the* biggest tasks confronting  not only the Federal Government, but farmers, producers, manufacturers,  individually and collectively. It is safe to say that thc Government of  Canada, quite apart from the faet whether it be, for the time being, administered under Liberal or Conservative auspices, is sincerely anxious to  develop existing markets and to secure an entry into new ones.  The task is a difficult one at all times, and particularly ao just now in  view of existing world economic conditions. Yet because of those very conditions it is all tbe more imperative that the maximum effort be put forth.  Canada is a young country, with, considering its vast extent of territory and variety of resources, a comparatively small population. As a result, in almost every line of activity and industry, this Dominion is riot only  capable of producing, but is actually producing, an enormous surplus over  and above what our own people require or can purchase and consume. The  domestic market alone cannot, therefore, keep the people of Canada busy  and make them and their co_intry prosperous.  Canada must have foreign  markets in which to sell, and those markets must be continuously developed j ^"f.^.������ ������Ver"���������^-������f_ ^ S������^!!  in order that the steadily expanding production of the Dominion may  be  profitably sold.  This situation for Canada is no new thing and has been engaging the  attention of Governments at Ottawa for many years.    It will be of interest  to people generally to know how energetically and effectively the work of  securing and  developing markets for Canada in  other lands  all  over  the  world is being prosecuted, through the offices of trade commissioners.  These Canadian  trade  commissioners abroad   are  credited with  being  largely   responsible   for   the   phenomenal   development   of   the   Dominion's  foreign trade within the past decade.  During last year the field staff obtained millions of dollars* worth of new  business,  arranged  for  604  new   agencies   and   submitted  4.245   reports  to  Canadian firms���������all without charge to the exporters concerned.  Canadian trade offices are iu strategic centres throughout the world. At  present there are thirty-two posts, each administered by a Trade Commissioner, and in addition there are fifteen assistants, while eight juniors are in  trahrng in Ottawa for future work abroad.      All but three off the fifty-odd  Trade  Commissioners,   assistants   and   juniors  are  graduates   of  Canadian  universities,   and the Trade  Commissioner service  is  regarded  as offering  splend'd opportunities for young Canadians with university training in arts, j  commerce,   science  and   economics.        The  Trade   Commissioners  are   sent  -felt Tired Hut All Day  Could   ff of Sleep   at  Rii  Prise ������0e a lio t  Mrs. Aldamottd Lalonde, 2481 St. James St., '-  Montreal, Que., writes:���������"After a rpell of the  grippe I waa'.eft very nervous,'and _.elt drowsy  and tired out-all dayP and could not sleep at  night. -I was also troubled with my heart and  did not feel at all- like working. I was toid  about Milburn!__ Heart and Nerve Pills and  after taking four boxes I was completely relieved of* my trouble, and can recommend your  Fills to everyone."..''; ;Y . Y  : Sold at all driig and���������.-��������� genera! stores, or  mailed direct on receipt of price by The T.  Milburn Co.. Ltd., Toronto, Ont.  Government,   as   well  and   the   otnei'  ������-_,_.__.___- ��������� _ _.     ____     _���������,_a     _j?    xi.-     __ __a_x  proi_uc\4iiiga   ������at   ..tit.   tnui   uj.   m._- e_K���������*-  engineers, was termed the "most  naive piece of propaganda I ever encountered," by Brooks, He further  declared the confession was arranged by the Ogpu, Soviet secret  police, as part of a "revolting farce"  to strengthen the position of the  Stalin dictatorship.  Scientists Make New Discovery  *    Believe Alaskan Plant Is Pioneer Of  Aii Vegetable _L*f������  The. "liverwort," a small delicate  plant found growing in Alaskan lava  beds, has been advanced by science  as the possible pioneer of all veget-  Canadian Copper  P_.odu_iEt._B Of Refisied Copper Greater  Than Domestic Demand  The proposal in Washington that a  duty be levied on refined copper  brings out the fact that Canada  shortly will be producing more of this  I product than she requires for her own  use.  For many years the  Dominion  _.__-... __!._.    __���������_-4-t.v..ll.. ������_H 3 + C! ���������_-..-_������_..-  Ul . Ug__ -    ^/xa_wl/t������iajr ������** ..__ _. __-_-_--. _1  copper from "United States.      One of  the complaints often made was that  Costly Wc. siding Gift  '? For Noted Aviator  Kingsford-S-iftith Receives Silver Cutlery Service From Oakland,  California.  Among the costly presents for the  wedding of Wing Commander Charles  Kingsford-Smtth and Miss Mary Powell, which occured at Melbourne, Australia, Dec^ 10s is a solid silver cutlery  service in beautiful cabinet of bird's  eye maple, presented by residents of  blister copper from Canadian mines j Oakland, California.  went to United States where it was | It was at Oakland that the fam-  refined and returned in a much ous aviator began his circumnavi-  more expensive state for use here. i gation of the globe and trans-Paci-  With the new plant at Copper Cliff fie flights, and ended the flight around  which opened last July and the one the world after crossing the Atlantic-  erected by the Noranda and other Interests in Quebec, the Dominion will  be a considerable exporter of refined  ! able life  Striving to solve the riddle of tho j plants would be _apab!e would be in  abroad for a period of from two to four years, depending upon the climate j start of vegetation    on    the    earth's j the neighborhood of 200,000 tons,  in which Hie post is situated.    They then return to Canada for an extensive   crust in the dim past, an expedition  tour of the Dominion. During th's furlough they visit the principal cities of   of  the  National Geographic   Society  Asthma   Cannot   Last   when   the  _      _   _        greatest of. all asthma    specifics    is  copner Vthese~ plants,.as well as the ���������Jvfr- X    D:. Kellogg's    Asthma  _    ..     ,CY. .������ a.        4.  Remedy assuredly  deserves   this  ex-  one at Trail,   B.C.,    all    operate    at  aifced tit!e> It 3^ to Jts cregit thou-  capacity. It is estimated Canada sands of cases which other prepara-  i uses 50,000 tons of copper a year, tions had failed to benefit. It brings  JThe tota, production . ������   which   the ^ ^uJSm^tLT&SSl  5 _._<_������_.__  ������7_.__i-_  V.__  _-.__-!-___!_!_������  ������������._>_,,_.   __������_   _n       _.   *_��������� __,      __,_5_.       ������-_.__.__      -_..___���������   Ox    tut. satin      ic__6x.      our___y      SuaKtmg  from   asthma   is   needless   when   a  remedy like this is so easily secured.  ihe Dominion, interviewing Canadian exporter-, and any one else who may  desire first-hand information on the territory covered by the Trade Commissioner. In this way they maintain personal touch with Canadian business  men and keep thoroughly familiar with their country's industrial progress.  While the work of Trade Commissioners is primarily concerned  with the development of Canadian export trade, they may be called upon at  times to do work that is done for other countries by Ambassadors, Consuls  and Commercial Attaches.  Unusual Problem For League  Sees Capital ai_>d. Labor As Allies  May  Over ' Contention and Strife Must Disappear  i  the  Says Sir Henry Thornton  Sir  Henry  Thornton,   president  of  Have   To   Settle   Dispute  Band   Instruments  Possibility is looming that  League of Nations may have to \ UlQ Canadian National Railways, in  settle a dispute over instruments of ', an address at Philadelphia, Pa., said  the Smithborough, ��������� Ireland, band. 1that future contact between Capital  The British Customs authorities janci Labor and between employers  have seized the pieces after they ! am* employees will find its greatest  had been sent to the parish priest progress and finest expression in what  of Rosslea, County Fermanagh. This \ he described as the era of "The Part-  was a sequel to the evidence given  in a case heard at Monaghan, from  which it appeared that tho members  of the Smithborough band had a dispute, and the instruments were taken  ners."  Sir Henry Thornton spoke before  the Franklin Institute in a lecture  on "men and industry."  "Labor   merits   its   right   to   part-  explored the lava wastes of the Alaskan Peninsula last summer and found  the liverworts were thriving where  no other plant life could survive.  Tho preliminary report of the expedition, headed by Dr. Robert F.  Griggss botanist, says the lava areas.  created 18 years ago during the first  eruption of 3?s.tmi volc*vno; 'were barren of soil, and there was no apparent trace of nitrogen, necessary for  plant growth.  Where the liverworts have been established long enough to decay and  form beginnings of soil, however,  other plants . were starting, said  Griggs.  . At present there is a bounty of one-  half cent a pound paid by the Dominion Government on copper refined in  Canada from Canadian ore and used  in Canadian manufacture. There is  also a tariff against certain types of  bar metals.  Shipments From Flin Flon  "ne    and    Copper  Being  Exported In -Large  Quantities  Shipments of blister copper and  zinc have " been coming through'  Simple ana sure. ��������� ur. ./nomas , steadily from the Flin Flon since op-  Eclectric Oil is so simple in applica- erations were commenced in the new  tion that a child can understand the smftit.P.r t.hp.re in November, accord-  instructions. Used as a liniment the wi,.*__ ������__.������, _������_._.-_..--.__,_. ..r  only direction is to rub, and when in^ to T- p- White, superintendent of  used as a dressing to apply. The di- car service of the Canadian National  rections are so plain, and unmistak- Railways, who reported that since  able that they are readily understood   November 19th", there have been nine-  by young or old..  __}Sl_Tg-l  .1   f_   S- S   i ��������� -__-  ours' i_u.ets  to the parish priest's home. Part of I nership," said Sir Henry, "and saga-  the parish is in the Free State and j cious capital will welcome such a  part in Northern Ireland.  The trus- I partnership  with  a    recognition     o_  tees undertook to take the instru- ]  meats back to Smithborough and pay  the customs duty, but the British j  customs atithoritfes have them now, j  and are demanding duty on them, as j  well as a penalty for taking- them into '  Northern Ireland by an unauthorized  route.  Cheap Transportation Method  Washington Farmers Use Pipe Lino  For Transfering Wheat To  Market  the partnership principle. There,  automatically, must disappear that  contention and strife which is just  as expensive in the industrial world  as it is in the relations between  nations.  "In the day to come, those industries will prosper most which accept  labor as equal partner, and Labor  will best prorper when it recognizes  the obligations and the dignity of  thai: partnership."  Women awd; Cigarettes  Series Of Accidents Marred Wedding  In New Jersey  Several things happened before  during and after the wedding at  Phillipsburg, New Jersey, of Mr. and  Mrs. William Koch. They were approximately as follows:  The bridegroom's father fell ill and  could not attend.  The flower girl fell from a piano  stool and broke her arm.  Thc bride's mother fell down a  flight of steps, receiving severe  bruises.  ���������'.���������'..  A party of friends drove ahead of  the bridal automobile and stopped  quickly. There was a collision.-  A passing motorist stopped to .inquire if his aid was needed. As he  stepped from his automobile a fourth  car hit him and knocked him down.  Mr. and Mrs. Koch had planned to  go to Niagara Falls. They changed  their plans and headed for Wilmington, Delaware..  Anclfent Pottery Found  Particles of pottery,   arrow heads,  shells,  grinding stones and rocks of   tHiieei  teen cars .shipped.  It   is   evident   that   much   of   this  Manitoba  zinc   and   copper   is  being  exported as 13 of the, cars have been  to    the    Canadian    seaports,  unusual formation have been found in Halifax and St. John. Four cars have  an ancient mound on the banks of been gh-ppgd to New York and two  Cache Creek,  near    Lawton,    Okla-' mor& to Toronto.  homa. Practically  every  rock  found ! ���������   appeared as if it had been in a fire, j M__aara>s Liniment aids Sore Feet.  Edges of the stones    are    unusually    sharp. Near the mound bones of some  prehistoric animals    were found    recently.  Instead Of hauling wheat Eighteen   National    Crusade   Against   Women  miles over rough roads, > several  grain growers in tlie state of Washington send it from farm to railroad  by pipe line. Tke grain slfdes  through a one-inch galvanized iron  pipe direct to thc railroad station  where sacking is dono for somo  consignments, while in other instances wheat is run from the rU1*5  directly into freight cars. Hauling  costs about fifteen cents a bushel  and thc pipe-line method less than  two cents.���������Popular Mechanics Magazine.  Increase In Air Travel  Passenger travel by air between  London and Paris has increased from  716 in 1919, to 22,346 in 1929. More  The color orange is frequently used than 30,000 passengers are expected  in marking trails because it can be to be carried by commercial airplanes  seen well against the snow. j over this route during 1930.  For Neuritis  Minardi Ih unequalled? It  swiftly ej.ds the jxalnful throbbing and loaves you lulled and  relieved.  W.    N.    U.    lt..J.i  Smokoi'N I_nunch.Ml At Boston  A national crusade to save women  from the alleged social, moral and  physiological perils latent in tobacco  was launched recently at Boston.  Aghast at tho growing popularity of  the cigarette a group here has organized tho "Antl-SmolcJng League lor  Women,"  "Moral suasion" will be tho first  weapon of tho league, according to  Mrs. Robert P. Wlliams, president,  but whon and if that fails, laws will  bn .sought Lo prevent woni-u from  smoking cigarettes. Pipes and cigars  wore not mentioned in tho League').!  platform.  Men will be hiv-led to join, Mr.s,  Williams annotmced, She admitted  that thoro was slight chp.nco of an  immediate bun on oI guru Lie .smoklttgY  but ������hu had hope...  "Wo aim to reform the mindi. oi  those young girls nnd young vyomon,  ospoo I ally young mdthovH, who aro  Bmoldng cigarettes.," alio 'explained.'  Visitors From Britain  Many British and European Touri_.lts  Are Expected To Visit; Cannsla  Within thc next two years visits bo  Canada of British and European tourists, commercial and industrial men  will b������ increased in number, and enhanced in importance as a result of  the dominating placo taken by  Canada recently on the European  stage of world,oventya,, it was stated  by William Baird, steamship passenger traffic manf-gei" for the Canadian  Pacific Railway, who.-returned' on .:ho  stoamor "Duchess . pf . Richmpnd,"  which arrived from Livotrpqol. ������������������-Hi-Bland. \   ���������  Unless worm.| bo expolltid from tho  system, no   child    can   bo   healthy;  Mother Qraves' Worm. Exterminator.  l;i "an  excellent  medicine  to^ destroy  worms. ' "       " ''������������������ ���������'.'.; '" ''", :' "'���������'������������������'"'���������  ���������-Fight the good fight with nil thy  might." wan ono of the hymns Hung  at u wedding at Twickenham, Mnfir-  1 land, recently.  ''Lot mo prove to you ��������� that' advor-  tJsing brlngn rem-iltai'' "I; know/'  groaned 'the manufacturer^ ; "Yeatar-  tlay "X advertised,for n. night wateh-  mnm--lawt'night by shop Ova. I broken  Into."  ( MhiaraJV. Llti___i..-ti for t'YoHt tftAto.  Western Repy������������entmttf!;x:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SASK. j^S  ?������������������)  THE   [REVIEW.    CRESTON ��������� B.  fifA  LABOR PARTY  DV  ~    ftllEkS  Delegation Waits On  Postmaster^eneral  R_T131*FriONE__.   FO& IMPORTANT  POST  London, England.���������By the narrow  majority of only six votes, Premier  Ramsay MacDonald's ministry survived a division in the House of  Commons.  The vote came on an amendment  inserted by the House of Lords in  the Expiring Laws Continuance Bill  which proposed prolongation of the  Dyestuffs Act for another year. The  government was anxious to abolish  this act upon its normal expiration  next month and therefore urged the  Commons to reject the Lords'  amendment.  By a vote of 244 to 238 the House  of Commons did so and the Expiring Laws Bill thus returns to the  House of Lords for further consideration.  The fact that the Government was  so nearly defeated was largely due  to the absence of its usual Liberal  support. Analysis of the balloting  showed that the Liberals, who hold  the balance of power and generally  vote with the Laborites were diverted into three camps���������some voting with the government, some  against it and some abstaining.  Rt. Hon. David Lloyd George, Liberal chieftain, was not in the House  when the division was called. About  12    Conservatives   were   neither  Mail Carriers Ask For Improvements  In Their Routine  Ottawa, Ont.���������Representing the  Federated Association of Letter Carriers of Canada, a delegation waited  on Hon. Arthur Sauve, postmaster-  general, to press for improvements  in the routine of the mail carriers.  Mr. Sauve promised careful con-  s'deratlon of the requests of the  delegation, including -the following:  Holidays between May arid October,  rather than in the winter months;  increases and improvements in pensions; payment for overtime work  and elimination of deliveries on  civic holidays; limitation of the  weight of the mail carrier's bag to  35 pounds when he leaves the post  office; and regulations concerning  magazines and newspapers in the  mail and the disposal of unad  dressed letters.  Premier Coming West  Expects To Be In Calgary By New  Years Day  Ottawa, Ont.���������Rt. Hon. R. B. Bennett will probably spend Christmas  in the east and New Year's in the  west. Somewhere between these days,  possibly at the end of the month  in time to .be in Calgary on New  Year's, the prime minister may speak  .aa    P_to_li.Q  .-_ _M^-^������-_k4^.  in  For years,    Premier Bennett    has  _, ,   _ .visited his old home and relatives in  the House nor were paired for the   . . .. . _.-__.-__.  ..  . . ,-,_,. _.    '     ,,   ,  ._.     bis   native  province   of  New  Bruns-  division. Had this party polled its  full strength the MacDonald government would have been defeated.  In well-informed circles it was believed that the Lords, specially since  the encouragement they received from  the narrowness of the government's  majority, would insist on their  amendment. In that case the government would either have to bow to  .their wishes, which was considered  unlikely, or. to run the risk of another division, which might well be  even  closer  than the  Srst.  An alternative. would be for the  government to throw overboard the |  whole Expiring Laws Bill. Here Mr.  MacDonald is in a difficult position,  because the passage of this bill is  necessary to secure the continuance  of various measures, including the  Rent Restrictions Act, . which tlie  government is most anxious to preserve.  The situation has thus become one  of the most complicated which has  arisen in British politics for a long  time, not only because it contains  the possibilities of unexpected developments from the point of view  of party politics but because it may  also bring up the old issue of precedence between the House of Lords  and the House of Commons in an  acute form.  wick, en Christmas, and he will probably do so again in the coming- sea-  __>0_L__������      v_*-ui-     iiu������y jl *5c*i    o      jlac. v~v-������_���������!���������       -.a. ____.������__��������� a jr  be in his western home.  Shisniiiflf Fish Bv Air  _r a        c.  New Venture In Northern Saskatchewan Has Been Inaugurated  Prince Albert," Sask.���������Still    "kicking," 600 pounds of whitefish, freshly  caught at Lac La Ronge, were landed  Lord' Gorell, son of famous English  divorce court judge5 poet, barrister,  soldier and journalist, and colorful  figure in British politics, whose name  has been mentioned as successor to  Lord Irwin, viceroy of India.  SPANISH REVOLT  S BEING KEPT  WELL IN HANI  Madrid, Spain.-���������Widespread strikes  with half-a-million men out and repeated riots continued in many parts  of Spain; but the attempt to overthrow the monarchy seemed decisively crushed, at least for the time being.  King Alfonso himself continued to  dominate the situation, keeping in  constant touch with distant cities by  Fog Causes Alarm  Population Of Liege Fearful Of Repe-  . iition Of Mysterious Epidemic  .... Leige, Belgium.���������Population of the  T.iag. district became _lio*hl,, alarmed  at the appearance of a dense fog,  fearing a recurrence of the recent  mysterious epidemic which killed  more than three-score persons.  -;. Many families of Engis, Jemeppe,  Ougree and Seraing prepared to  move from the valley to the neighboring heights, and those suffering  from asthma or other respiratory  afflictions hurried especially to evacuate the lower places.  They were all the more anxious to  leave since the news spread that post  mortem examinations of the previous  Va-^vaaaa.7 .  a,xx\A     dvicu(.iia\.   . _iiVCi.u5_ti-iio  of the tragedy had not been able to  fix definite blame for the deaths.  Spurred by the reappearance of  danger, the government rushed the  appointment of a special commission  which had been decided upon at the  recent  cabinet meeting.  One reason for fear is the fact  that many persons have not recovered from the previous attack. At Engis alone, nearly 100 persons still are  under medical attention.  HEPBURN TO  LEAD ONTARIO  Charge Is Dismissed  Judge Lindsey Is Rebuked By Magistrate As Oase Is ^Closed  New York, N.Y.���������Charges against  former Judge Ben B. Lindsey of Denver, growing .out of his demand for  a hearing during services in the  Cathedral of St. John the Divine two  Sundays ago, faded among the shadows of legal technicalities here.  Magistrate August Dreyer, upholding a demurrer of Arthur Garfield  Hays that the original disorderly conduct complaint against his client was  telephone   and   conferring   at   length  with his cabinet ministers. His yight! defective,, ordered   a  new   complaint  hand man,  Premier Damaso  Beren- i drawn.  He  called  several  times  for  guer, was put to bed with a severe j somebody to step forward and sign  case of tonsilitis,..but his doctors said j st*  he would recover AVith a bit ol rest. Nobody did.  Throughout the. kingdom the  civil       Then   after Rebuking   Lindsey   for  [authorities    hadi   surrendered    their  the  act  which  the  magistrate   said  here by aeroplane in less  than- two  powers   imder /   martial    law      and! everybody   knew   about,   he   slapped  hours after netting, by the Buhl  'plane of the Brooks Transportation  and Construction Co-_spa_*y. This has  inaugurated the new fishing venture  In northern Saskatchewan. Immediately the cargo was unloaded, Capt.  "Eskimo Bill" Broatch took off for  another load of 1,500 pounds more.  The fresh catches aro consigned to  markets in eastern Canada and in  the United States.  Control Of Labor  Gold Production Higher  Figures Show Canadian Output Made  New Record  Ottawa, Ont.���������Gold production in  Canada reached a new monthly  record for all time in October last,  when thc total output amounted to  186,37(3 ounces, according to figures  compiled by the Dominion Bureau of  Statistics. The bureau's monthly review shows all branches of the Canadian mining industry maintaining  high levels of production with" the  output of the .15 mineral products  showing advances over October, 3.929.  iJiisci'upuioun Advertising  Toronto, Ont,���������A recommendation  that tho police department havo ono  man moldy for tlie purpose* of racru-  tlnlsslng, all advertisement.!, , and to  follow up any that look .auspicious,  anvJag to ������,Uu uu_i_b���������v i.������r. , cuh*..^ ,'..f  young people being swindled out of  their suv Ijiga by unscrupulous aclvor-  tlsementu in tbo dally proas ia contained In the . prea _ntm cut of tho  grand jury' In genera! Hoasious m.|do  to Judgoi Widdlfokl. Y   ., " '   ������������������ r"'  Y ,  Soviets To Tighten Up Laws Govern-  In  Employsnesst  Moscow,.. Russia.���������Strict control  of labor within the TJ.S.S.R., was announced by the Central Executive  committee of the Union in a de-ci.ee  published here.  During the third year ��������� of the five  year plan, according to the decree,  there will be no changing" of jobs by  workers, technicians and- others except with the formal permission of  the authorities. Salaries and wages  fcoir each particular job will be tlie  same throughout the nation, thereby  eliminating all competition for labor,  which was marked last year.  troops were in charge at strategic  points. , The Foreign ^Legion came  into several cities andYthe tumultuous cheers with which the people, received them was interpreted as an  indication that the man in the  street is tired of the disorders of  the past few weeks.  The. artillery held Barcelona, four  men were killed in a street fight at  Oviedo, and mobs clashed with the  soldiers at Santander, Valencia,  Alicante, Isla Cristina, and Huelva,  ���������where dock workers refused to utT-  load a fishing smack and its cargo  was thrown overboard. There were  strikes also at Bilbao and San Sebastian, but both those towns seemed  to be calm with the army in control.  The jails are full and batches of  prisoners have been locked up in the  motion picture houses which have  had no audiences for days. It was  expected that most of the prisoners  would be turned loose soon and that  leaders in tho unsuccessful revolt  would receive nothing heavier . than  prison sentences from the courts  martial which wero in session.  his hand upon the bench and announced: "This case is closed  Toronto, ont.���������-mic-teii _. reaeriC-E  Hepburn, member of the House of  Commons for Elgin West, was elected leader of the Liberal party in Ontario.  Only one ballot was necessary in  the straight contest between Mr. Hep-  bum and Elmore Philpott, Toronto  newspaperman. Although the results  of the division was not announced, it  was understood Mr. Hepburn received  427 votes and Mr. Philpott, 97. There  were 607 delegates at the convention.  Six names were put forward when  nominations were asked for at the  opening, but the contest quickly  narrowed down to a straight fight  between the aggressive Western Ontario parliamentarian and Philpott.  W. K. Murphy, K.C., and Arthur W.  Roebuck, well-known. Toronto lawyers, and Hon. Peter Heenan, former  Dominion Minister of Labor, quickly  withdrew. They were followed by  W. E. N. Sinclair, K.C., of Oshawa;  for more than seven years House  leader of the party in the legislature,  who declared he wanted to give the  other fellow a chance." In withdrawing, Mr. Sinclair eulogized the two  men still in the running.  The new- leader said he had no immediate statement to make regarding leaving the federal field. He was  unable to say whether he would continue to represent West Elgin in the  House of Commons until a provincial general election is held or  ���������whether he could contest a by-election. From other sources, and quite  reliable, it was learned .the chances  were Mr. Hepburn would maintain a  remote control over the Liberal  members of the legislature and continue in the federal field for possibly  one or two sessions.  Selection of a federal member as  provincial chieftain will necessitate  the appointment of a House leader  in the legislature, and it is quite  probable Mr. Sinclair will continue  this role.  Study Of Economic  Conditions Suggested  Research Council May Be Asked To  Make- Work Survey  Ottawa, Ont.���������The suggestion that  a committee of the National Research  Council study national and international aspects of matters having a  bearing on prevailing economic conditions was held out by Tom Moore,  president of tho. Trades and Labor  Congress of -Canada. In an-address  to Ottawa service clubs, the Labor  Union leader remarked that the Dominion is without a co-ordinated authority of this sort. In this regard,  it was important that the country  keep abreast of the times.  ts. Plan  Reward For Aviator  Heroism   Of   Pilot  Wasson   Will   B.  Recognized  Victoria, B.C.���������The provincial government tn co-operation with the Federal   Government,   will   recognize   in  *.���������.-_ _-sa-a ���������      ���������_*       _.a a. _���������_'���������       _ _,     ������_,������_'#_  LtuigiMiv   j.-ml   urn   utsrumiu.   uf   jrnui.  Everett L. Wasson, who recently rescued two members of the lost Burke  party in Northern British. Columbia,  it was stated here. A joint special  grant will be made to Joe Walsh, the  prospector who assisted Mr. Wasson  in his rescue work.  B.C.   Leads  Ih Apple  Output  Ottawa, Ont.���������British Columbia led  all tho provinces In values of apple  production, according to an estimate  made recently by tho Dominion Bu-  real of Statistics. The apple crop and  vnliioB in the thrift important producing provinces follow: Nova Scotia,  1,000,000 barrels, $2,750,000; Ontario,  520,000 barrels, $ 1,853,000; British  Columbia, 4,322,000 boxes, .115,403,000.  f-uvo Mo 'Work-ram .  Beaton, Maua.���������Thoro, nro at leant  <J5 towns in Massachusetts which need  no unemployment committee or acl-  vico on hdMtto lmndle tho'unomploy-  mont- situation. They have no ono out  of work, they reported to'the Mnaaa-  ������huse'Us omorgortoy unemployment  comtnltt<.<"u  ���������yy. ���������ai.ia.inl i u hi              '".,..'.'. -'j_!_Jli!i!T.lLj_'_i^!.*  Salmon Treaty May,Fnll  , Seattle, Wash.���������Sponsors of tho international Bockoyo-. salmon treaty bo-  fcwecn thoUifited. State's .|Aid Canada,  headed by E; "A.1 -Sima, Port Townn-  ehd',' forficaat' its, fallurp. The treaty  is dead, so ��������� there/Ls no" reason now  Wh^ il:"f.Viould bp discussed," aaid  RlTYin. Sim... is n fnrmnr membflr'ntf  tlio State Flahotioa Board,  Takes  New Post In January  Kemptvillc, Ont.���������Hon. Howard G.  Ferguson, former premier of Ontario,  will proceed to London, England, to  assume his duties as Canadian high  commissioner about    thn middle    of  YogoslavLa   plans    to    extend    ita  January in all likelihood. That is Mr.  telephone system to cover the coun- | Ferguson's present intention, express-  try. I ed to the Canadian Press.  BoIko Liquor Bant  ProvldG-ico, RX���������-The    Britiah   oil  Ficrow boat "MaFJldhongo," rogltiterdd  at St. Ooorgo, New-oimdlund, wa'������  captured by a coa������t guard putrol  boat, Tuoadny, December 16, with  n cargo of liquor oft' Sakoxmott  Point, coast guard ofilclalf. reported.  Grain Marketings Increase  CNJl. Show Highly Satisfactory  Increase Over Figures For 1AJB9  Winnipeg; Man.���������Grain marketing  along thc lines of the Canadian National Railways show a highly satisfactory increase over the figures of  1029, according to a statement issued  by T. P. White, superintendent of car  service. This year 122,972,000 bushels have been marketed since August  1, while over the same period in 1929  only 9 .,504,000 bushels were marketed. An increase of more than 28,000,-  000 bushels is noted.  SubnufirlnnH Collide  Gibraltar.���������The British submarines  "Pandora" and "Proteus" collided  while entering the Bay of Gibraltar.  It may require drydocking to ascertain how badly they wero damaged  With tho other submarines ot tho  "P" class, they were bound for Hong  Kong to join a squadron for suppression oC piracy ln Chlnose waters.  Prince Albert. Want?.  Senator   .  Prince Albert.���������-Conservative, workers of Prince    Albert    constituency  i have decided, to petition. 'Premier JTl.  B. Bennett requesting that the present Saskatchewan vacancy In tho  Senate bo filled by a man from this  constituency. No name was suggested In the raao.utlon.  A bill to prohibit the export, In  wholo or In part, of historic mortn-  mentn or bulldinga.haa been present-  ed to the KngUah Parliament. THE   CRBSTOJT. BEvIS-w?  Make a  Merry Chris  bv  s  LeiepiiGne  Haven't you sl host of friends-  scattered far and wide, for  whom Christmas would be  truly a merry one if only you  could visit them in person?  With them, your presents can  never equal your presence.  "But," say you, "these people  are hundreds-some thousands-  of miles apart. I can't cover  all that territory in the" space  of a few hours."  Yes, you can���������if there's a telephone      handy,    uo     on      a  telephone trip! Let your voice  speed away over the longdistance circuits with its  message of "Merry Christmas.''  L  S CTTCBf? Tfi TUE gI7__T_.&  _.������. i n_.no i u i ibl i_ui i uii  Respects Paid * Ex-Teacher'  .!_  1.11  protest  Editor Review:  Sir,���������"The lady dot  too much, methinks," wrote  Shakespeare in his immortal Hamlet, and the lines are particularly  appropriate todav in connection  last week was^both inaccurate and  inappropriate..,..The incident re-  ferred to arose at Vancouver last  July, not two yiears ago; and the  ex-premier's statement of case was  issued from Ottawa, not in Montreal. The inserting of Quebec  into tne .������Qxiiar-wpfsv is _nst a  trifle too sinister to let pass with-  1       "   '     STUDENT.  u>ui_ pi<ub���������c3v  with   the   controversy   over  'O  Kootenay Telephone Co.  Canada," with Ex-Teacher in last  week's Review again demanding  the exclusion of this national air  because there are three or four  versions of it.  But if the principle enunciated  by Ex-Teacher is to be adopted,  what is going to happen to the  Bible,   of which volume we  have  Pastors Basse,, Cribb, Choinel.  Garlick; McNabb, Richards:  Larger congregations and more  generous contributions.  East Creston Irrigation District:    Prompt payment of   1930  water district levies.  Lister  Ditto.  Waterworks    District:  LAND .FOR SALE-No reasonable*  offer will be refused for any or all of .ti ���������  following properties- Block 5, Map 97 ������.  Lot 251. Block 3. Map 973, Lot 26*.  Block 2, Map 97.% Loty 251. Block i,  Map 973, Lot 251. Block 11, Map MP,  Lot 251. Blor-k 9, Map 973, Lot 251.  A. Hagey, Heathdale, Alberta.  ii ilis Supreme Court of Br._isii]Coluir.-h  ��������� u   nnnni<rr.  in rn-DHic.  *..ii_.    xuiijr    aa  many versions  /-I 3_     1 .  V. O.U _IU ct.  Va/.������������__������  lit. JL V.  nr'ii     -������n  Will     Jt_X-  t  LIMITED  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Teacher lead a movement to  withdraw the Scriptures and sub-  tute therefor Bunyan's Pilgrim's  Progress, or Sheldon's "What  Would Jesus Do,v a book that had  an enormous sale about the time  the "Maple Leaf Forever" was at  the peak of its popularity.  And what will happen to the  church hymn books if Ex-Teacher's policy is to prevail. More  j than a few of the familiar hymns  have been rearranged to suit denominational preferences.   Would  ������ Ks)!^d+fveiy^i5,y at Cr?sto5' BC-  Ex-Teacher ban these until such  Subscription:    $2.50 a year m advance;     . ,.,,..  S3.00 to U.S. points. j }ime as an 'authorized  version is  C. F. HAYES. Editor and Owner t agreed upon.   ;    And his or her objection to "O  CRESTON,   B.C.,   FRIDAY,   DEC- 26 \ r_..������������.__" ..<_ o t._������+.-_������o1 on*V_~��������� ���������������  1 the score that it omits mention of  \ the words 'King,' 'Empire,5 'God/  lis   not   well   taken.    In   looking  How Would Some  of These Look in  Christnn%sStock������ng  Village Cduncft; A fire brigade.  v utagc    V������C      V. I *. OI<--l .       Jr.  system,       -  Wetsr  Creston.  A"    beer     parlor     at  Creston Power & Light Company: License to develop Goat  River canyon water power.  South Kootenay Water Power  Company:   Dittp.  Creston Reclamation Company;,  Limited:   Authority from   Victoria   to   go  ahead   with  Kootenay Flats.  Kootenay Valley Power & Development Company:    Ditto.  Section    foremen Nichols  and  Hurack:   Raise  in pay for doing  four   men's   work three  week.  dyking  In the Matter, of the Estate of CHEf ���������  TER LANSING, Deceased, Intestate.  ALL PERSONS having claims agatnr  the estate of Chester I_ar_B'ng, 1 ite e f  Creston, in the Province of British Cc' -  urhbia, are required to forward partici -  lars of the same, duly verified by Stab -  tory CDeclaration, forthwith to t) >  undersigned, Solicitor for the Official  Administrator. M. E. Harper.  E. G. MATTHEW,  Solicitor,  Nelson, B.C.  ���������._, ���������  CHRISTMAS  Sing a song of Christmas,  Of children tucked in bed,  Of stockings hung, and firelight  On each bright, curly head.  Of snow and stars and waiting  Through the tinkling, silver night,  Of joy that comes with waking  When it's broad daylight.  Coasting sled, and flying muffler  Quiet now, but not for long;  Countryside  and valley  Sing the Yulettde song!  For the Good Old Man is coming,  ��������� He is righting all the wrong  That was bottled up and sealed tight  The whole year long.  In the tenement of the city  Sing Ye Olde Time song;  Hush your footsteps, Night, and listen,  He's seven doors down,  And the heart goes out to greet him.  Thumps with welcome to it's own.  Sing a song of Christmas,  Old Santa's come to town.  ���������MAUD VIVIAN BAKER  Camp Lister, B.C.  { over the "Star Spangled Banner,"  I so greatly beloved by our friends  j to the south as a national air, we  find no such words as "King" or  |*'E   pire."      Would   Ex-Teacher  j recommend our  U.S. cousins discontinue the  use of their stirring  national air?  And in so-called heathen lands  where the Deity is not recognized  as devotedly as in (shall I again  term it 'so-called') christain Canada, would Ex-Teacher insist that  all such countries re-write their  national anthems to show respect  for a higher power, some of whom  at any rate have never heard of?  And may I point out that dragging in   ex-Premier  King's name  Canyon   Pioneers:     A    group  photograph.  Younger generation: A covered  skating rink.  Sam Steenstrup:     An electric  housekeeper.  1500 Club Members:   A  very  healthy 1931.  Creston    ; Valley     orchardists:  No central selling/  Legion:    A     couple     of    real  V.C.'s and a new hall.  Everybody (except fuel dealers(:  An oldtime mild winter.  "Ex-Teacher":   An authorized  version of '<<_) Canada."  Creston   Board   of   Trade:   A  modern government building.  Aid. Edmondson:   A fair day's  work for a fair day's pay.  Tennis   Club:   $200   to  date over-matured obligations.  W. M. Archibald:   A standard  all-year landing field at Creston.  Wynndel Recreation Company,  Limited:   Saturd:  Deputy  Foster:  _Gre_.uc.-i  T   (J������JC  {THRIFT rttllRPH  ���������mm*** ���������    ��������� js   m^M'm*mm'    m ���������**%%**.*%   m -mmtw  _. ���������_- ���������***+*** ���������    *  CRESTON  Raise in pay for doing  four men's work four days a week.  Dr. Carl's Discovery-  Stops Gas, Constipation  In his private practice, Dr. Carl  Wescheke first perfected the simple  mixture known as Adlerika. Unlike  most remedies, Adlerika acts on BOTH  upper and lower bowel and removes old  poisons you .would never believe were in  your system. Stops GAS bloating in 10  minutes! Relieves chronic constipation  in 2 hours! Lpt Adlerika' give your  stomach and bowels a REAL cleaning  and see how good your feel! It will surprise you!   Creston Drug & Book Store I  .������������������.a a ��������� _ a^_ _��������� tt_a  CI/IV-//.7  j  CRESTON���������-7'30 p.m., Evensong.  United Church  Rev. R. E. CRIBB, B.A., Minister.  11.00 a.m.���������WYNNDEL.  4.00 p.m.���������CANYON.  7.30 p.m.���������CRESTON.  ElVGMfEER  SURVEYOR  ARCHITECT  C/-,_=a-5T"0_Vs  tf. C  FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE���������  Sunday: 11 a.m., Morning Worship;  2.30 p.m., Sunday School; 7.30 p.m.,  Evangelistic. Tuesday: 8 p.m , Prayer  meeting. Thursday: 8 p.m., Evangelistic. Friday: 8 p.m., Young People  Everybody welcome.  aqur  ay night dances.  -������_HSHffl������,lU-_-U--_---^^  I!  1  1  f*  \\  I  Give One this Christmas  3  3  ������  oaf  Ml.  ttar  5"  aw  ft  ft  aa.  ft  %  ft  ft  CORONA  Pioneer Portable Typewriter  The New 1931 Model now out. Thn last word in n portable  Typewriter. Standard four-row keyboard, two-color ribbon (full  length), automatic ribbon reverse, adjustable touch, rimless key-  keyboard.   Eight styles of typo to (select from.     Can be had in  rings that protect the finger nails, back spacer conveniently located  in keyboard.   Eight styles of tyi ' ......  the following genuine Duco colors:  Slack with Gold Rlfifiled Panels  Slack with Slack Rippled Panels  Green with Gold Panels  Maroon with Maroon Rippled Panels  Maroon with Gold Rippled Panels  Slue with Slue Rippled Panels  Scarlet with Slack Panels  Comes equipped with noat carrying case and, if winhod, a nnnt  Chruitji.i::. carton with gift tun attached. $75.00 for mr."bfn������������  .���������oinpHft-t, or (slightly more if you wish to pay by easy monthly  payments.  Write for folder Hhowlng all colon, un well nn detailed description  of machine  | Standard Typewriter Co. j  '' Yo ur Type writer Men * * Limited'  4|  a*  ft  $    G06-608 Centre St.  CALGARY, Alia.  Creston Anglicans: A resident  rector���������no bachelors need apply.  W. K. Esling, M.P.: A job for  everybody and everybody on the  job.  T.Goodwin (in California); The  usual Chaistmas feed of Winter  Bananas.  Creston Valley Kod and Gun  Club: An open season on (1)  doe deer.  Creston baseball club: Fart of  a new infield and half a dozen  .300 hitters.  Col. Mallandaine : Stated  monthly stipends for stipendiary  magistrates,  A.F.& A.M.: More suitable  lodge quarters.  K.P.:    Ditto.  Women's Institute:200 customers (more or less) for the splendid  new cook book.  West Creston school pupils: A  teacher who can ,sing "Tiptoe  Through the Tulips."  Customs Collector Davis:  Completion of North and South  highway via the K.V.  Village clerk, Arrowsmith;  More prompt payments of poll  tax and trade licenses,  Christ Church Ladies Guild  and Women's Auxiliary: A long  and very happy union.  Col, Fred Lister, M.P^P.:  ,$125,000 for highway maintenance  in Creston riding next year.  Creston school trustees: A  brand new 4-room high school  with no need to increase taxes.  The two Mc's (McCreath and  McLaren: A week off diet to  enjoy Yuletide and New Years.  Aids,  Auxiliaries   and Guilds:  More Saturdays in November and  December for teas, bazaars, etc. ���������  Geo. Johnson, chairman finance  committee: 100 life members at  ,$25 each in Creaton Valley  Hospital.  W.   S.   McAlpine   and   Don.  Bradley, A couple of 317-cgg  Burred Rock and White Leghorn  horn pullotH.  Qrnnrt   O.M_a& Haa ^_i7  Theatre Oa(pUG!ji������-l  oof Gibson  F. H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  Listings solicited.  CRESTON.    B.C.  We invite you to inspect *>  new stock of  i v  in  TURKEY GIVEN AWAY FREE  to holder of lucky ticket.    .  Comedy  Offends  which have just arrived !  Newest Shapes.  Nice assortment of sizes.  Prices-are right.  A* Mirabelti  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  msfBSsnasB  A Gift to Youth.  GIVE the boy or girl a savings bank book of  his or hex very own.  Small accounts of the teen age are welcome at  this Bank as we are glad to encourage the habit ol  thrift at the age when lessons are easily learned*���������.  4  A savings account may be opened  with a deposit of $1.00 or upwards.  42*  IMPERIAL Bahb. OF CANADA  HEAD OmCB - TORONTO  CRESTON       -       -        - J. S. W. CLOWES, Manager  Branches at Nalson, Invormore, Cranbrook, Fumfe  JL iHrii t  consists in. spending less than  you earn.  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long &tep toward contentment*  We pay interest on Savings bal*  ances   and  shall   welcome your  .   account* ma  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Crouton BriMns..  R. ). 17orbeo, Mnn������Ker  mtmmimmt(mm������*am*mmiimmimimmmmmmmiimt'n������i  ________M  ���������MmnM________i__M  m  J ,rHMuUJftjK������'t!lM������ YKKYJU-W   I follo,9?ii������sc   "rssolu.'ba.*' o������s ��������� ������a'������wed' ������___di  t; Truscott,   - "  g���������������������...���������(���������lis.*til.!;;:;'  b>  ^   (Lo OUR MANY FRIENDS���������old  a _.    _       .1   -  iviay   tne  .  ������_-B*  r.-������  lfc  ^  r  ^  K������_  r������rv  r  &f  r  to  neto���������toe sena yjreeungsi  Christmas Season be filled rntlh Happiness, arid the New Year hold Joy and  Prosperity for gau in fall measure.  r **  "Wei.   the growers? of" ��������� Cfreston  Yalley, db hereby insist that should ,.<*.  any act be presented .id: the legislature providing for the cehtTal selling:- *.  of our.product_-, that s the  said  act -���������_  must contain1 a ��������� elsiss^^ajmas ^.the ."  ������������������ *���������������..__.___..-. _t_ir;._...^-���������-WSc^_r*__aS2___S.v"-:',-._;_. "  v-rescon ��������� vauejr ��������� xuii?4.J������������v^S_^_iaS.?,-.rvas   ���������<  ���������a branch: of- th6, c___t^5S^2pa-%al5. -,  ' matters^ pertai_s-ngltl:the-3iM_|jf So.ur;  produce 'and. the^/#o^Iin^j;fcl|!gei&a_i���������>������������������---'  returns.   Also, thatit_e^|_f^g^i_-'  said clause shall lie.i^^I^^|nati;:5p'  a������a_l__.i':r.ci'c__:iir\.   __2.U3 _ ___$__.i._. _l^^;-*ij_;'.'..  gjusssiure xuia  a_������ CSIV-s;^  the district intended or the  granted."- Y'^^Y ^'  s   y  powers  v^._  CkEQTRN    nnB9ff^   &Y QaflaW   ������J  liftJW 1 ill!   S_l81Ut3  ^w'wUU-l^ v  The resolution -wa^drntedv^y^^-^G.  Littlejobri who spoke to advantage-as "to  its merits, pointing out? that due to the  Creston season being lajter than at other  points Creston Valle^^would surely suffer  in the matter of pooling as it would not  be iri any of the "early Ypools, w__icli~ are  always "the-   highest," particularly- .in  X  GEO. H. KELLY  THE  REXiVLL S-TOIfcE  S3������  ���������Ed  6  The spirit of Christmas calls us  to , a better appreciation of old  associations and the value of old  friendships. .... May you have a  very Merry Christmas, and may the  New Year be the happiest and most  prosperous  you   have  ever   known.  erf ���������    v?  cCREAT  Sole agent for GALT COAL,     y  _sr\l^_iir-_p1l_r-jf   _c_flPr_i-*-f������    *.' '���������..-���������: '.'���������'-' . -    ���������'.. *z.t~-';-  fc-^*^-*-.-���������**-���������*_���������     ���������^-j_j_^_.-*,������i ,. ,,.,-.i^ ;.,.._ ���������_ .  Another phase of tlie pooiing that  worked a district hardship ion^iCreston  was with apples. At^tfie^|)jr^n1.--.ti_a!B!.  Creston has a distincti^|jjKt:?^irani:age  as far east as Me^icinC||^^^l|jKrta..  and embracing ' a '^tei^iK^pp^'whieh  Creston's apple ci^jp^l^i^Ys^oily. be  marketed. But if ''Cire^j^^i0^b^0m..  province-wide pool .Y.tj|p.Y^a&^antage,  would have to be shaff ���������<__ withYa_fc fcther  apple districts.  And due to Creston's lower per-;, acre;  production were it decided to withpjd  25 per cent, of any crop from market,.  Creston would suffer, in."-' that;; districts:  producing say 300 boxes per acrfe'Wouid  be able to sell 225 boxes, but at Creston  with an average of less than 2091 boxes  the local orchardist would only be able;  to ship 150 boxes.  The Littlejohn resolution met. with  instant approval and was carried unanimously. During discussion of the  central selling motion it was urged that  payments on unclosed pools should be.  more frequent; that after 25. per cent  had been accumulated to take care of  possible losses, all other   funds   as  they  COme 1__  ShOUld  5_������ '��������� ^ald     -*"^''    '^      a~*att������aly].r-  10 per cent, installments. ' \  Before the meeting closed the usual  vote of thanks -was tendered Mr. Black;  and in tendering him the vote the chairman paid a well deserved, compliment  to the speaker for the very definite  statement of case so clearly- presented.  CHRISTMAS GREETINGS.  .and Best Wishes  foi-a  HAPPY and PROSPEROUS  T_.iir_������!tiy.  vrAD  a  :    Jpgg&gsG ^  UMBTEO  Q  asasaaasaaassBBsaai  i������iB>_aa-B_aiiMi  13  i aaaBa a_<f_a.'HB - J_j  IS:  _Boas_asse___a-BaaeBBassaBsse  IBSSSBBSEBB5B!  iasea BBBBBeaseBBesBBBaaae  !SBi^  Creston Rejects  Central Selling  Vote is 37 to 25 Against .Proposed  New Marketing Policy���������Resolution Giving Gteston Autonomy in Marketing is Carried.  Orchardists from all points in the  \'alley, as well as Boswell, were out in  large numbers for the meeting on  Friday afternoon, at which F. M. Black,  chairman of the,.committee, of d.rectiop,  and the origjnatpr of the proposed new  fruit marketing, policy,  popularly titled j giVing worth whileservice.  the exported stuff did not promise to be  as satisfactory as could be wished.  Mr. Black was not hopeful that the  wheat market would speedily return to  he price levels of even 1929, when the  B.C. apple crop sold at an average of  $1.60 a box, and his plan of central selling would, in part, help meet the situation in the economies that it would  provide. In this connection he mentioned the brokerage charges which he  thought could be reduced at least 33 per  cent., and like savings could Be made all  down the line.  Under central selling he would have  warehouses and selling staffs in at least  half a dozen points on the prairie, but  the new plan in no way would work a  hardship on existing jobbers who were  Mr. Black  Huseroft School Report  ht,mmm,M^m4^mmmmmmm%\m^mm*m*mmmmmmmmmmmmm^mm**mmm*^   II ___ ida. 1 A ��������� A j ABA-ll-hB  ft __--_��������� Cm  \   Aw____l>__f___l_-S-I_ftl ______._��������� ���������  .���������-��������� _M __   _____���������___> ���������������������������_���������_  -_-_i--lt Til "  The December report of Huseroft  school has 3ust been issued by Principal  Kolthammer as follows: Highest standings. Grade 7���������Margaret Huseroft, Waddy HuBcroft. Grade 6���������Arthur Hurry,  Thomas Tedford. Grade 5���������Vergene  Bohmer, Rupert Bohmer. Grade 4���������  Aloha Bohmer. Grade 3 ���������Leonard Huseroft, Warren Hu������.croft Grade 2���������  Kenneth Huseroft, Violet Swanson.  Grade I���������Lawrence Tedford.  Perfect Attendance���������Aloha Bohmer,  Denison Bohmer, Rupert Bohmer, Alex  Demchuk, Arthur Hurry, Bobby Huseroft, Burt Huseroft, Margaret Huseroft,  Waddy Huseroft, Warren Huseroft,  Kenneth Huseroft, Marjorie Tedford,  Thomas Tedford, Lawrence Tedford.  Wishing you a  Merry Christmas  a  New  air  SFER  keg;watson  ALBERT DAVIES  t'V't't'T   f    .    P   I   U' I    H    "    i     I     1     >'<     II  "���������*������������������*Jw**?w^F*%7wmJw  ���������yr'WV*j'w**>>m'4r  central selling, very fully discussed the  new marketing plan, which he assured  had been constructed following many  complaintf. tJiat itbo present board of  direction functioned almost Bolely in the  intercuts of- shippers. The chair was  occupied .by W.;G, ^ittlejohn, local director of the B.C.F.G.A., which organization is .responsible for Mr. Black's tou,r  of the province.  While Mr. Black displayed his well'  kn6wn skill in presenting the case it  must be admitted that he was quite  coj-Scrvs.t'vein.pointing out the nrlvn*.-  tages of tho new plan which has been  brought into being by himself and which  policy, ho clnimocl, was' in line with the  best thought of responsible marketing  authorities in Canada, Britain and the  United States, al! of whom wore ngreect  that the snlvntion of the farmer disposing,of his produce lay in tho direction of  inducing producers to market their  products for themselves by means o_  boards operated by themselves.  1 Mr. Black asserted that moat grief In  marketing enmo- from nn uncontrolled  dutpofml   of. any   surplus.   Whoro   the  particularly emphasized the point that  with ihe growers operating their own  selling warehouses shippers atf the  smaller points on Arrow and Kootenay  Lakes could ship d3repb to any of these  with much' more confidence than now  prevailed where consigning had to be  re .orted to.  In handling central selling the plan  w.ould be to have, a board of seven  managing directors, as it were. These  would " be chbsen ' Worn'1' hir'v6ver the  province. There would be a local  association for Creaton Valley and a  district association, to which Creston  wcukl sond representatives, that would  ombraco West Kootenay. This district  association ould elect a member to the  central body of seven.  In view of the favorable fooling to  wards tbe plan as expressed at meetings  at points in the Okanagan, Mr. Black  assured that t o necessary legislature to  give effect to his plan was now being  prepared, but boforo it become law there  would bo a plebiscite ������t which every  grower operating two acres would have a  vote( and it 00 per cent, of the total vote  FOR SALE���������Medium size kitchen  range.   Jas. Carr, Creston.  FOR SALE���������Cutter in first-class  shape $16. Light wagon, $15. End-  diimp gravel box, $85. Morrow's Blacksmith Shop, Creston.  FOUND���������On C.P.R. right of way,  small iron, gate with ornamental top.  Owner can have name on applying _2  Geo. Nichol, Creston.  A Splendid OhoSce  m&sp ���������������*$&  a  ���������  ��������� u  ���������  ���������  ���������  growers wero in full charge of marketing favored central selling then thc new law  absoluto control was assured. And an would bo doclarcct effoctlvo.  indicating what control mount to the Mr. Black's presentation of the caao  growers ho told of the 1080 cherry deal, was so able that few questions wore  whoro by tho aid of pre cooling tho homo' asked and on motion of Robert Stark  market got just tho quantity required t seconded by E. N. Holmes, tho motion  and tho balance was shipped tb points an ' to approve of tho plan was put to a  far oaat aa Montreal most, advatitajjC"' ptandtag vote and war) lont by .17 to 25.  ously. The snme sort of control had , Quito a numbor of thono present docl I nod  saved the day,w������th   tho   McInto������h   and  to vote, >  Jonathan apples, though the returns on '    With the defeat  of  this  motion  tho  To those whose business is valued most  highly^ and in appreciation of your continueq  support, I extend  Sincere Good Wishes  for a Merry Christmas  and a Happy  New Year.  wWmW--mWmW..SMBB   ^^mB.Sfm^ef^M^SW  THE NEW FORD is a great car for  women to drive. It is reliable and easy  to handle. Its quick accleration, alert  speed, effective four-wheel brakes, ease in  steering, shifting gears, turning and parking are important considerations for  women motorists.  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Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc,  TADANAC BRAND  VUL/ff Jt_   -liTC./\ll_T  ,      fs    n W M, S,   *%   W W   m.^ ^.-ya* *, ~|  ORESTON  y^i^^MpH������^^u|WM|igwmM|gppHni  m*mm*imtf*y*M^*yy9smm*imfm*m^  \9#% PS������ w n (I'MR-'N ��������� BXK.I.JUB  Printed Butter Wraps at Office Review  _____tt_i_____W  >MlU-ilh_____i-_ii____i________i  mmmmmm*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  IliillMillllllMlilMII  i THE   REVIEW.    CRESTON.    B,   O.  in  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  The Christinas Fever  Is Well Worth Catching- Says Woman  Physician  Christinas fever, unlike most other  RUB [DICTATOR  Extension of air mail service/from  St. Paul and Minneapolis to Winnipeg has been set tentatively to begin  January 15. The extension will complete an aerial service of 11,000 miles.  Eleven brothers whose ages range  from 17 to _2 form a football team  which has won six of eight matches  played this year in England.  A flat ineFease of $130 in the annual salaries of all Dominion Government workers is to be one of the 1931  aims of the Civil Service association  of Ottawa.  Every sixth one of the 22.215 per-  soris arrested in Montreal during the  past eleven months were v.romen, according to the annual report of the  city police.  If men have to pay poll  tax,  employed women should pay too, thinks  the Chatham city council, for it has  drafted  a resolution  to   the   Ontario j  legislature urging the necessary en- j  abling legislation.  A gift of $1,000 life insurance  policy is made to each child born in  the new Maplewood Hospital at  Maiden, Mass. Hospital authorities  were of the opinion that the practice  was unique in the United States.  Reduction of 50 per cent, in the  number of Canadian immigration  visas in November as compared with  October, is noted in statistics issued  by the state department at Washington.  The gross earnings for the Canadian National Railways for the period  ending December 7, 1930. were S3.-  694,201, as compared with $4,447,099  for the corresponding period in 1929,  a decrease of $752,895.  Since additional revenue is not  necessary, the tcvra board of commissioners at Winton, N". Carolina,  has decided net to collect taxes this  year. Winton, founded in 1766, population  700,   operates   two    farms    to; b^s.*-  fevers, favors health according to a  woman physician writing in a -London  paper. The premonitory symptoms  descend upon us as we hear the  strains of the carol singers to remind  us of the season of peace and goodwill. Apart from the beneficial emotional reactions that these elevating  ideas, produce" in the individual, this  minor community singing plays a  part. Its response is an attitude of  sympathetic attention and joyous expectation, which heightens the pulse-  beat.  This season of good will, jollity,  family and friendly reunions has far-  reaching effects- All the constructive  emotions of love, happiness, and camaraderie possess tonic effects which  timulate the heart, increase the  respiration, and so oxidize the blood.  Further, Christmas helps to dispel  those ill-humors to which we are all  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  DECEMBER. 21  TIMOiXHY---TrHE   IN-FXUENOE  HGMB TRAINING  OF  Golden-Text: "Prom a babe thou  hast known the sacred writings which  are able to make thee i#ise unto salvation through faith which la in  Clirist Jesus."���������2 Timothy 3.15.  .Lesson. Acta 16.1-3; Philippians 2.  19-22; 2 Timothy 1.1-6; 3.14-16.  Devotional Reading: Proverbs 3.1-6.  -Explanations and Gennnients  The Salutation Of the Second  Epistle Of Timothy, 1.1, 2.���������Paul.be-  | gins his letter with a formal salutation: Paul (the writ- -1, an apostle: of  j Christ Jesus through the will of God  I (that is, called of God to be an apos-  I tie), according.to ihe promises of the  i it pa  | *.������.a>  -______..  VC*_*>VS-\_7  ing to the uospei). "The Gospel is  the promise of life in Christ; the 1'fe  is the end, and Christ is the way.M_T������  A Hosting Gas Station  Enterprising Man Serves Motor Boats  In Gourock Bay, Scotland        :  An enterprising boat builder aud  repairer has launched and moored In  Gourock Bay, Scotland, a .floating  filling- station, -where motor boats of  every description can run alongside  and have their tanks replenished.  The new supply boat is fitted ���������with '  automatic petrol and oil pumps, similar iri eyery way to an ordinary roadside garage, and marine motorists on'  th������ Clyde hail the innovation as' a  welcome labor-saving- installation. Already the home estuary has a floating repair, shop which periodically  visits th_ main boating centres, but  in the future there is little doubt but  that ������y_ry progressive coast resort  will have its row of float-iri^" or waterside pumps to keep up with the rapid  advance of motor boating.  Joseph Stalln,.Red dictator of Rus- '.Timothy (the recipient of the letter),  so liable through absence of sun and  the dull days. It brings good cheer to  body and mind. By helping to coun-  teract depressing influences it lessens  the destructive emotions of dulness  and despondency and keeps ill-heal flat bay.  Christmas fever is worth catching!!  Recipes For This Week  (By  Betty  Barclay)  BBAK MUFFINS  cup flour.  teaspoon salt.  cup bran.  cup orange juice.  teaspoon soda.  tablespoons  molasses.  _ tab!esT"'r_'"_23 jnelted ^utter-  Sift Sour and salt; add bran, orange  juice <in which soda   has   been    dissolved and stirred until it begins to  froth), molasses, and melted butter.  sla, whose evidence broadcast in  present trial of eight eiigineers has  aroused strong protest in both England and France. Alleged confessions  in Moscow trial implicates these countries in "plans" of an interventionist  war against the Soviet.  Cost Of Chinese Civil War  y-2  1  %  %  1 .-_  o  support itself.  j^U^L  i^iiiGo.j.j''  When East Meets West  into hot, buttered gem-pans, and bake  in a hot oven.  I_oss Oi S_i������e lis One Province Alone  Over Four Million  The New York Sun calls attention  to the cost of China's civil war in  terms of human life. The Province of  Hupeh is cited as typical. Here statistics show the population to bave  been diminished by 4,000,000 in three  years. This Province has not suf-  l iered from famine or pestilence, and  [ there has been no general emigration.  In 21 of its counties which lie outside the war zone, there was a normal increase-of 1,000,000 in the population. Four million lives, at least,  have been wiped out of the remaining  forty-seven counties, through war  and brigands. If the figures could be  given for the whole of China during  this period, in addition to losses by  famine-and pestilence, they would be  appalling.  Orient Observes Custom  Of Sending  Out Christmas Cards  That "East is East and West is  West" doesn't apply to Christmas-  cards. There is now not a single  country, from Ireland to Patagonia,  which hasn't adopted the Christmas-  card custom. Extraordinary are some  of the cards desired, and side-splitting the wording of many of the orders.  An African chief desired "much  Big Number of Christmas cards, to  100, showing White Christian Ladies  In their dresses of tlie Night," He  meant to say that he required religious cards with white-robed angels!  Ono of the queerest orders by a  card firm ever executed was on behalf of a highly-placed Chinese mandarin. Gravely he examined some  choice specimens���������upside down���������and  thus made his selections. Etiquette  imposed silence.  34  Gifts From tho Prince  The Prince of Wales celebrates  Christmas this year by distributing  $25,000 in cash gifts ranging from  $250 to $1,250 to men of Sals acquaintance whom he knows to bo hard up,  and who will find money the most acceptable present. The checks wero  sent out by the Prince's treasurer  from York House a week before  Christmas.  FRUIT KISSES  egg* white.  cup confectioner% sugar.  cup almonds, chopped.  cup dates, pitted and chopped. .  teaspoon vanilla.  Few grains salt.  Shell the almonds. Plunge into  boiling water. Rub off skins. Chop.  Pit' the dates. Chop.  Beat the egg white until stiff. Add  sugar gradually, while continuing the  beating. Add salt and vanilla. Fold in  almonds and dates. Drop from the  tip of a teaspoon on a well buttered  baking pan. Bake in a slow oven  about thirty minutes. Cool for a few  moments before removing fVom pan  with a spatula.  Place Reserved  Mother (to small daughter doing  too well at Christmas dinner): "Remember, Rarbaraj there is plum pudding coming."  Barbara (seriously): "Yes, I know.  I'm saving my neck for that!"  An Ancient Custom  The custom of lighting candles at  Christmas is an ancient one. According to the old idea-, these candles were  to be lighted on Christmas eve, placed  on the window sill, and left burning-  there all night.  whom Paul delights to call "my be  loved child." be grace,' mercy, peace,  from God the Father and Christ Jesus  our Lord. "These blessings are the  best we can ask for our dearly beloved friends, that they may have grace  to help them in the time of need, and  mercy to pardon what is amiss, and  so may have peace with God the  Father and Christ the Lord." ���������  Matthew Henry.  Paul's Affection For and Exhortation To Timothy, 1.3-6.���������Paul thanks  God, whom he has served with a pure  conscience, that he has unceasingly  remembered Timothy in his prayers.  "Paul almost forerot.himself in b's remembrance of others in his prayers.  And so it came to pass that the Lord  remembered him, and conveyed to  him hidden manna and hidden treasures, and Timothy became strong, and  beautiful before the gaze of his fellow  man. He    'put   on   the   Lord    Jesus  r-n-i-"_+ ' *"��������� t    it    -1_v.aac_4.4- I  V_XJ.--_I1��������� O .      _LJ_.      t-   K*.~   ->__���������!  Paul longs intensely to see Tim-  otnv. and be filled w'th joy. and he  recalls Timothy's tears at their last  parting, tears which showed how true  was Timothy's affection for him. He  thanks God for Timothv's unfeismed  faith, which be had inherited from  his grandmother Lois and his mother  Eunice.  The Home Training Of Timothy In  Reli.-rior_, 3.14. 15.���������Paul counsels  Timothy to abide in the thins.s he had  Seamed and had been assured of���������for  thev had stood the test of time���������and  he knew from whom he had learned  them, from Paul; himself (2-2)������ and  from his mother and grandmother,  1; 3. Paul next remmded him (that he  had known the sacred writings from  a babe: he c ould not remember the  time when he had not known them.  It was the Jewish parent's duty to  teach his child the Law- when in his  fifth year. The sacred writings, Paul  added, were able to make him wise  unto salvaiton- through faith which is  in Christ Jesus, "if combined with  faith in Christ Jesus."  Church Bells Herald Christmas  Will Ring Even If Building No Longer  Stands Says Old Tradition  A very old tradition tells us that  wherever a church bas.once stood on  Christmas morning, its bells will ring  through the air. It matters not  whether it has long ago crumbled to  ruins or is buried under encroaching  seas; on this one day will come the  sweet chimes of ghostly bells.  Al! down the East Coast of England, wliere the sea washed away so  many ancient towns and villages, the  j3sheriii__j. pause 011 (.__e_r oars. on  Christmas morning and listen to the  muffled peals of bells under the water,  heralding every year the Great Birthday.  A Gigantic Christmas Tree  England's biggest Christmas tree  was that at the Crystal Palace, in  1878. It was one hundred and twenty  feet high and built up from fifteen  hundred small trees fixed to a central  stem. From this tree hung a quarter  of a million presents, flags and bonbons.  In Remembrance  On Christmas Eve each year, a  group of New York children go to the  cemetery near the chapel of the? Intercession, .on Broadway, and there  place a wreath in memory of the  poet, Clement Moore, author of "The  Night Before Christmas."  One of these days we will be locating our farthest north grain fields  as so many miles south of the Arctic circle instead of so many north of  the United  States border.  -Tough For All Concerned  Butcher���������Excuse me,   madam,   but  you haven't yet paid me for the turkey you had at Christmas.  Customer" *��������� No, my husband  sprained his wrist so badly carving it  that be hasn't been able to write out  your cheque yet.  It is almost as easy to ftnd trouble  aa it is to make excuses.  Ma.de Turkey Yuletide Dish  King James I. Started the Custom In  Kn gland  Despite Its name,  the turkey has  nothing  to  do  with  Turkey  or  the  Turks.    It    comes    originally    from  America,  and was  first  raised to a  place of honor among Christmas dishes through Scottish influence.     Until  James I. ascended the throne the chief  Yuletide dish was a boar's head, but  .Tames hated pork, and English courtiers who wished to retain his favor  were obliged to abandon their favorite dainty and seek a substitute. They  were fortunate to find ono ready to  hand In the turkey, which had been  introduced during the sixteenth century and had  already attained  considerable favor at minor festivities.  _!e!imiiiT.iini!...i!nnmmi__.iiHii.nni^  ���������jl'. 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Crfwritrht IQSfti Y'YY     -S  is ...  -v ���������."���������;"-t ���������s;">" -. |���������  n'llEBHniimi!!F_!III-HIUEHtll!)LHHIIKiI||!li;  CHAPTER Vn.���������Continued.  Her voice   trembled. She    stopped  abruptly in an effort-to control it.';  "What,   that   you're   wonderin'?"  said the old man quietly. "Better tell  Uncle Sim your troubles. Get'.'em-off.'  your chest and you'll feel better."  .Gay laughed shakily.  4T���������-X baven't    any   real   troubles,  Uncle Sim. They're    all" imaginary.  Nick's /a".-.'darling,. I;'-wouldn't change  him for���������for the President    of   -the  United States! But sometimes I wonder where he'd be  iff���������if he  hadn't  asked me to marry Mm. Not in Bakersville surely.  Except : for  our two  precious weeks in camp  each year,  he hasn't been away a day since we  came back from our honeymoon.'*  -   "Weil," prodded the old man, seeing- that the story was not half told,  'lie's been off full as much as you  have, hasn't he?"  "That's different," she answered  quickly. "I Love to roam, but I love  flay own hearthstone bast. I'm not the  bona fide tramp that Nick is. The  other night" (she put her hand to  her throat as if something hurt her),  "we were sitting together on the  porch, and our new neighbor began  to sing. Her voice is���������beautiful. " I  don't know what--she.-was. singing, but  it had a Gypsy lilt to it that would  have stirred anyone, on' a spring  night. Nick didn't say one word, -but  I knew bow it���������'��������� inside -.im;. feelY-He  wanted to run, run, run, to the ends  of the earth. He^ wanted; the freedom  he used to talk about. I���������I almost  hated the woman tor singing that  way on such a night. It seemed as if  she were singing-straight at Nick. I  ���������I almost believe she was.   .  4 'When she stopped he got up without a. word and we went inside, but  his hands trembled when he turned on  the, lights. And X couldn't say any:  thing, Uncle Sim. I'd nave cried if  I'd spoken; and there didn't seem to  be anything to say. Then suddenly  hie turned to me and smiled. It broke  my heart���������that smile���������because I  knew, how he was feeling. But he  came close and put his hand under  \fia.y. chin and lifted up my face so he  could look straight at me.  ^J������������ay,' he said, 'you've got the  most wonderful eyes In the world.  They.'d drag a mou right back from  the, Jaws of i-tades. I" hope ybu*il be  on hand if fyei* _'_i(i tempted to commit a crime.!'  \ {'HP] was pep alcbig lightly to dispel  the atmosphere that song had created; taut when he kissed me I-���������X. sort.  0*-������aVO OUt.''  MG.ave out?" questioned the old  man, as she paused. "Gave out?  What you moan, G.ay?"  "I moan I���������cried. Oh, Uncle Sim,  I don't know why I'm tolling you all  this! X wouldn't toll another soul In  the wholp world i but you're the nearest thing to a family that: wo havo.  midnight. It ought tb have cleared  the atmosphere, a storm like that���������  but it didn't. I can't help feeling that  something dreadful 4s hanging .over  us���������tbe. way you if eel when an awful  thunder storm is in the air." ;  .���������^.Sbmeoa; BartiettrEsspyed.. his ..hand., to;  his''i.Imp4''coU^'-'wl_icl- had suddenly  become. oppressive.; ;..... .".  * "There ain't nothin' hangin, oyer  you at all, dearie," he said quietly.  "What you need is a change of air.  After the middle o* May Bakersville  ain't a fit place for a pole cat to reside ih, to say noth.n' o' human beln's  If I hadn't carried my umbrella I'd  ha' got a sunstroke, just walkia' from  [ the depot. The beat's- got on your  nerves, as they say���������that and havin'  two babies pre������ty close together. I  ain't lived seventy-four years for  nothin', Gay, and I'd bet my last doi-  1__    __*-���������_���������,_'   -_-_._���������-_      -.,- .__      ��������� .���������������__.   :__._.._-    ������._-__  ja.1   tucj; a   uuv  tt   ������____i_g   fctum    Jfuu   uui  what I said. T don't need' to te_3L.vou  that Nick's a good boy-���������a damn good  boy, if he does hanker now and then  to cut an' run. Guess you've had the  same feePn' yourself, only a woman  gets a mite more comfort out o' her  babies. Now I'm goin' to say bello to  Sonny, and .take me down to the First  National' Bank. If you'll put him in  his go-cart I'd admire to push him  along down town. Makes me feel like  a genuine grandad; and it'll give you  a chance to rest up some before dinner."  "He  ought tb go" bye-bye,"  said  Gay smiling, "but he'll be delighted  at an excuse not to! rYou.'re sure he  won't be a bother. Uncle Sim?"  *T ain't   ever   seen   the   time   yet,  /"i-������ _������        n.1..i������.       T'_a       -.-.11       ���������       Tt4-fl_       -*_.������<--       ���������  bother. If John Maxwell .. can't talk  business with a baby in the room, he  ain't the grandfather I take him for;  if  I  find I'm  mistaken  I'll put  the    cage    along    o'    his  Sonny in  daddy"  Gay winced, and said, with a smile  at^her own foolishness: 'T know it's  ridiculous, but when anyone mentions  that cage it makes me sftiver. I don't  like to see wild things in cages, and  in a soft blue gown whose wonderful  rippling hair, caught even Simeon  Bartlett's : mild attention. Sonny,  amazed,, jjo find bis father occupied  ^to'someoniei.^eise,'aremaineid' quite si-  lent'7fpr'i;.a moment, M^kis baby hand  tightly clutching, ati Uncle Sim'.* cbn-  yehient collar. '���������' ���������"?'���������;"  . Whatever :.": the. '���������' lady's ��������� business,-  thbugbti Simeon shrewdly, Nick was  absorbed-���������too naucT-t absorbed to have  noticed the opening: door. Then suddenly the boy could restrain, himself  no longer. He moved uneasily and  cried, his childish ' voice echoing  through every corner. of the room:  "Daffldyp. It's nse! I've],comedS" ���������   Y,  Nick started, and^tjis face broke  into a smile . of welepme. With one  exception, everyone,^.in the room  smiled, itoo.. Tbe f exception was, of  courae,-the lady in blue, who, at the  first note of:Sonne's voice.bad: been  forgotten. Nick, did not see that with  an Impatient shrug she bad slipped  away, because at just that moment  he was receiving a not and affectionate embrace from bis little boy.  But neither the shrug nor the impatience was lost on. Simeon Bartlett.  As be grasped. Nick's hand he  thought: 'Til bet my Sunday-go-to-  meetin' bat. that sbe's the party who  upset Nick by singin' that cursed  song." Aloud he said: '"Well, boy, it's  good to see you. I got to have a. few  words witb John Maxwell. Will I  leave Sonny here or take him along  in?"       '" .  "L.eaye . him. with, me," sa|d N_c!-.  "He likes this cage of mine. Sometimes we're canaries, and sometimes  bears. It doesn't make nmcb difference, does it, old boy?"  "Let's be moo-cows," 3aid Sonny  gleefully; and Nick agreed witb a  grin.  (To Be Continued.) _  New Town Crowing  Minton  Is  Youngest and  Claims  To  Be laiveliest In Saskatchewan -  The hew i town.' of; Minton, located  at the end of the steel of the Broom-  head-MInton''branch. * of the iC.P-It;, is^  now-the youngest and liveliest town  in Saskatchewan.     The townsite was-  surveyed oiily:a short time.ago, yet'  It has t-wo stores, one lumber .yard,^  three" implement dealers, " two releya-  tors,  one hotel, ���������; pool:, hall and meat-  market,   municipal  hall,   two  black-r  smith   sbops,   two   garages,   one-oil  station and an uprtb'HSiate' post. office.  Minton has a large .territory of  a splendid mixed " farming country, which contains some of the best  wheat land in southern Saskatchewan. It is the arse town o__ this  side of the border 6s.' Highway No.  6 and the best town between Regina  P������d the boundary line. The government had to close its $10,000 police  station near here for lack of business In that line and .there is now  no police within 35 miles, nor need  for one.  The farmers in this territory are  exceptionally thrifty and they  nearly all own their own farms.  Very few even have loans against  their land. They're priactically all  engaged in mixed farming and keep  a good deal of stock.  Sauces and Graff@s  are made best with. Purity  i Flour,   The high quality of  ���������Purity,''- made    'from   best  Western hard  wheat,  gives  _ yoii  sauces  and  gravies "of  jV   yelyety   richness ���������- without  3.  . lump s���������"-that will ixxx^vova zxiv'  dish..���������'-..'���������'������������������-       _  ��������� .  Use Ptttity i. lour for thickening si ews, and' soups too.  Still the Best for Bread  Wei-fcerH t?aia'a3a Flowr MUls Co.  Limited* "lioroato. sOa  War Is a Crime  No  :awd���������������������������3C wa^; ?iort of diMcouragod. Any-  wayf .ottCQ X got going X couldn't stop.  -frlclc was If if Ightqned, poor dear J Hc������  wouldn't lot me out. of h's arms till  i.l.'.iti.i il.' m'l im ,i i .i i ���������-. ��������� i ii I in.        i Jul! in. 'I >n > .ii|'i"niMi'li'  i  sm  .**^ <.. ,-V. -���������-"NY" -IT. *��������� 1869'  Simeon  chuckled.  "That's a fine thing to say about ������  steady boy like Nick. Wild!! He must  ha'   changed  some  since   last  I  see  him.    But there dearie, I know what  you naean. A cage don't seem noways  suitable for Nick. But so long as he^  holds the key himself there's, no need'  to worry; and if I Yknow   Nick   he  wouldn't swap tbat^eage for the -wild-:  est sort o* freedom that didn't include  his wife and babies."  "N6," said Gay loyally, and her  bwn eyes brightened, 'T don't believe  he would." ;������������������',.  "Now you go lay down," commanded the old man as he departed, the  huge umbrella in one hand, the other  resting on the handle of Sonny's go-  cart. "Don't you bother with no hot  victuals ^ this noon. I'll stop to the  drug store and carry up some ice  cream if they'll pack it so it -won't  be runnin* rivers by the time we get  here. You just take things easy. Nick  an* me'll do up the dinner dishes.  I'm not company, and you ain't got a  thing to worry over."  "You're a big comfort, Uncle Sim."  Gay squeezed his hand, and stooped to kisslier little boy. She smiled,  and her heart lightened as the grotesque figure of the old man moved  ddwii the street, the umbrella sheltering both him and Sonny, while ho  steered tho go-cart slcilfuliy with one  hand.   .  .  There was something so sarie about  Uncle Sim, she.thought. Morbid ideas  couldn't live in the somo room with  him. Perlmps," as he said, her foreboding thoughts had been duo to tired  nerves. At any rate, she would talco  his advice and rest for an ho\ir whiler  the.baby slept,  Soony enjoyed that ride clown Maiti  Street. Nick might long for .tho untamed wilderness, but automobiles  held mors fascination for his sph.  Proudly lie polntod out each passing  wonder, and listened "amittbly to  Uncle Sim's wi~- com������iiei.(LM.������������������But us  thoy reached ' the bank, his attention  ���������lqft;!.the* street, |a)nd be tUggod Iwipa-  tiohtly at tho strap that hold him, '  ' <'.'Da/ddy?" bo questioned, andNwIg-  glod so, .6agorly that tho old man's  flrigbrs bad hiard work lbosontng the,  strap. .' ���������"''��������� ���������������������������' '','���������' "'  :.;MHiold''op, Sonny^You just sit still  Uli Uncle, Sim can pry you looso. My!  won't Daddy be tickled? Hers'.'' now,  you'll smash i your flngors I������, ��������� that  door, Bottor lot Uinclo -31m ci^rry you,';  Bo .quiet .jnpyr*'.and .wo'll $ly$ Daddy a  "surprise,1" '"'' ' "' ' ''' '''"'��������� * ���������  . But as thoy pushed back tho door  St waa evident tlaat Nlclc was buoy.  He was ��������� talking: with a Jady���������a lady  More   Excusable   Than   Murder  Says Norway's Premier  Frank B. Kellogg, former United  States secretary of state and Dr. Nathan Soederblom, "archbishop of Ip ���������  sala, received the peace awards-for  1929. and 1930, "\  Premier McWinckel^ in an address  praising the work of M_\ Kellogg and  Dr. Soederblom, said j fch������s League of  Nations is the most powerful institute  for promoting peace wbich the world  has developed. ���������  eg newspaper union j    I  |By Eva A. Tingey.)  73\4  ^Tt is hot enoughB"   .said..,,be.  'to  declare war a crime. We( must  recognize that the murder - oi thousands of men to settle an international dispute is no more excusable than  tbe murder of one man."  Mr. Kellogg expressed deep appreciation of the honor. He regretted, he  said, to hear many voices raised in  predictions of another war.  Western civilizatiou. said he, could  not survive another such conflict,  but he declared he saw nothing to  indicate another war In the offing.  Worms however-, generated,, are  found in the digestive- tracts, where  they set up disturbances detrimental  to the health of the child. There can  be no oomfort for .tlje little ones until  the hurtful intruders have been expelled. An excellent preparation for  this purposo can be had in .Miller's  Worm Powders. They will immediately destroy tho worms and correct the  conditions that were favorable to their  existence. '  Mussolini Answered plea  Arranged   Operation For   Girl Who  Was XBoriji Blind  Maria RinoBoil'Bj:/|lI'fo' dream has  come true, because:! ������h������ had tho courage to write a lettoli. to Mussolini.  Maria, who ia 20 years old, was born  blind, but to of_s������)t heir afflictions she  has a natural gift for' the piano.  An pporation would gLve hor her  sight, but her family, who are poor  working people, ccjuld.npfc afford to  buy hor a p'ano, , Sho wrote the  Duco, asking his aid. l  'In return Mussolini sent her  monay tpv. the .operation, which was  .'.successful,, and. joiioyi.'J'to!:spubiq'hor. to  buy���������ttUq piano,sho ftad niijwuys want^  ���������cd. '.'"���������'. ��������� ��������� ,,  "While I live will I praise the Lord:  I will sing praises unto my God while  I bave any being."���������Psalm cxlvi. 2.  Ah, no! the truest worship does not  lie-"        ��������� ������������������ .      Y' ''   '-.-���������       ' '   .  In fast and vigil; spending dismal  'days  Only to lift tbe tribute of a sigh,  Gives   God   no   glory.   Come   with  gladsome lays,  All ye who truly love the Lord most  bigh,  For perfect prayer is found in perfect praise.  If, then, I were a nightingale, I  Would do the part of a nightingale.  If I were a swan, I would do like a  swan. But now I am a. rational creature, and I ought to praise God; this  is my work. X do it; nor will I desert  this post so long as I am allowed to  keep it. and I exhort you to join in  this same song.���������Epictetus.  Where Colt. Comes From  iii  re-  -Largssfc .production Of Gold  Canada Made In 1929  The largest production of gold  corded in Canada was made in 1929  accordin0" to s. report "ust issued bv  the Canadian Government Bureau of  Statistics. The total output last year  of the precious metal from all sources in Canada amounted to 1,928,308  ounces, valued at $39,861,663, compared with a production1 of 1,890,592  ounces valued at $39,082,005 in 1928.  .Six provinces of Canada and the Yukon Territory produced gold in 1929  as follows: Ontario, 1,622,267 ounces;  British Columbia, 154,20 _ ounces;  Quebec, 90,798 ounces; Yukon Territory, 35,892 ounces; Manitoba, 22,455  ounces; Nova Scotia, 2,687 ounces,  and Alberta, five ounces. In Ontario,  the -Porcupine and Kirkland Lake  areas contributed practically the  whole of the output of the province.  ^Douglas' Egyptian Liniment Is n  quick, certain remedy , fop Hoof Rot  or Thrush: Four or flvo applications  are'���������urually flnoriR-li.''- >���������'''  ���������'��������� Good Slowcy drop1 :<  :' Tha Souih0rtt'^Ib'&rtni1' honey," crop  ith's'y_a. will r'oii'phv'nt least" 750,000  pounds, or filmos't'^aji^"?) ]K.hat,..l-.,was  ' a''"'' year' 'apjp," :;4a cp^dl^' 'to; tl^c', Ifxtptrji't  advices. ThcqutiUty tuis yoar in'"said  to ba very high.  Mlitard's Llnlmerkt for ull XHiln,  THE LII-TLJE-.I-ASSI--  All Tingey models are,created and  sketched in Paris . and the patterns  are made in New York.  . What is small daughter's figure���������  for she has a figure even at this  early age. Some small girls are infinitely better suited In yoked frocks.  A belted or taodlced style suits others  better.  ; Today's versatile little dress can be  worn i-ither belted or loose.' It Is  simple, yet distinguished for its  charming arid different yoke.  ; Also any material suitable to a  child can be used, including cotton  ginghams, wool, and cotton:weaves,  rayons, challls and other thlri woollens or washing silks.  French knots or tiny spots are a  pretty yoke decoration. For a dressier afternoon model a tiny pleated  self frill outlining the yoke and cuffs  is charming. For tho simpler models,  contrasting binding at these points is  also most attractive.  i This pattern may bo obtained In  sizes 4, _ and 8 yoars. It is ready  for immediate delivery. It is hand cut.  .Scud 25 .cents (In stamps or both)'  to Fashion Biiroau. Write carefully  and plainly ,y6ur name and full ,sdr  dress, the ;numbqr of the pattern and  tho slzo; you want.  ' How Ti Order Patterns  Persian Balm is irresistible. Fragrant as summer flowers. Cool as a  mountain spring. Wonderfully invigorating. Sol tens and whitens the  hands. Makes skin soft-textured and  youthful. Used by women as a powder base and as a peerless aid to  lovely complexions. Used by men as  an effective hair fixative or shaving  lot'on. And for children, nothing  soothes and protects their tender  skin like the delicately cool Persian  Balm.  Address: Winnipeg Newspaper Union;  ���������-V,   ��������� JT5,. MqD^ruioi,... Ay^'.,. .Winnipeg, v i���������.  .pftt'tbjrti.r,.'Nd., .,a .'���������. i'f...'���������';.'���������'.;, ������������������������������������ t^I.TSpr'r.'...,,,  . a ��������� t ��������� ���������.,.  ������������������ ���������*���������'���������-.r\: ������������������.������������������  Pompeii Yields More Treasures  Ancient Roman Gold Objcctn irouiul  After Being Buried Eighteen  Centuries  Spurred on by discovery of a fortune hi ancient Roman gold .objects,  burled for more than eighteen centuries under the lava of old Vesuvius,  archaeologists arc pushing on to additional finds.  Ono of thorn Is a polychromatic'statue of Apollo and another  a fresco of surpassing beauty. Both of  them wore In tho same ancient house  at No, 4, via Abbondanaa,. hidden  -f-i..p. 79, when Vesuvius destroyed  this ancient city.  Helievo   your  ,   Liniment.  Cold " with    Miliar .I'd  ;Nj,uueVv  ��������� r a ������,t.a a  i . ��������� . '. i  .'. i '.'."..  U ������ 4 Vt 11 a'',  y "'''',���������'"'!������'.��������� ���������";''" .��������� ���������' '"V11������������������,���������'���������.'������������������'"������������������'.  i) 'J: ^k--������',V* ..  1. a. a ^;a . i>. a  l(M  In  Town  i������a������������aaaaa>t������������i.  ,..'���������������������������    ; ,;Provedi.IIer:.B?e31_S'  Tho reporter, was Intorviowing tho  fam-bus fllln ach-ess.   y  "I gather from what you havo told  me that,.you bellcvo-^ in.mas;j:iageV". ,  (<I cortalraly ,(lo," iropjlecl tlio iwi-  t^oBS^'ih^Persohaliy,��������� I^baVe"been, .'any  bind dm going: t6: be���������"mnrrlech"  ������f*sj-  ^m****mi������4*f������m  T'V:'jr?t|ki'-"ip'ite.'  ' fCm mm   B '9 '  A   Mat   or   "Wanted   Inv������ntl0-i������<'   ������n������  Full Information Sent Fro* On Xteaut-ft. ���������gea  mnmtmm  .���������,.'*arp������������y-iScva*r*' ���������is*!.'*:  ������**V.<MAi .*������r������)i t__T  *_#^a������JV^:-,i-aI^������AJ.^r������-^*Ha J. i>^tifefM_**.������������__.au.  ^^^.*i_������_"VvwrtW.������(������*W������M-t,ryi-_������* _wor*-_v_������"*_���������������������_- iiriifTp-i-'-v/, ^-- ^j^-^^^^m-,,  ^  THIS   HMJ-STO-M   JtJS������U_fr  Local and rersoiial  ..���������..���������-.   .. . .      ... ..... ��������� . .  Sam Steenstrup was a Bonners Ferry  visito? on Sunday.  Creston Masonic Lodge has ita installation of officers oh Saturday night, v/tiich:  will be followed by tbe usual banquet.    A  FOR BENT-���������Fiv- room house, partly  furnished.     G.  J.   Bayle,    Northport.  Winter prices.. The veteran  painter.  ������������_������-__.  -.-v-e-a+mg, grainins, pajjerH������_____-  FOXt    SALE-  Ciuoice ' Ot  two!  1930 is fast coming to a close, It  has been a. * *  year for ino'st."  wafecao,   uv^ui ,_,,     .. ...      -      -- ���������  Yon can have the best as cneap as  Hotel,  me,  the- rest.  .Creston.  MsGUIRE,  Victoria  Jersey cows, rising 3 years  old.. Both  *.b.  tested.   Ons.  Just fresbssssd .^.ad  other    will    freshen  Nickel, Creston.  February,   Geo.  We have not mug  to complain about,  but here's hoping  that 1931 will be a  great Trabroveineiit  Wishing all a Merry  Christmas and a Very  Prosperous New Year  Fraser's Bakary  PHONE 49  ��������� tx'  4>  t_������.  =   The holder of the lucky ticket will be  '������������������--_���������a.__a ������������������������*"_. ������. ������.._IM. '__* *���������_-__ a__fv_-ia.^a  jfrezicubasw wivu ���������������   v������*a������������.������sjr   ���������������������������'   ������._���������_   j������������i..*.S5  show at the Grand, Saturday, 27th.  Drawing takes place immediately stfeJ  theBhow. '.��������� ''.'.. '.I'S:^.:  , Ben -Crawford, who is attending  Alberta.University, Edmonton, arrived  on Sunday for the Christmas vacation  .pith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.  _L  ?CJtfiw_6ratl''    ':'������";7;'-' *:',.:."'"':""*" '   ''"*'.  , Meipber^.of the Presbyterian Ladies'  Auxiliary are reminded  oi  the  annual  meeting in January, to be. held, Thursday, 8th,   at  3   p.m., at   Mrs.  -SlcCreath's.  Thursday next is New  ���������statutory holiday, wbeis all  business in town will be closed, and  general delivery wicket at the postoaice  open from 5 to 6 p.m. only.  Remember the Legion's Christmas  dance at the community halt, Canyon*  Friday, December 26th, at 9 o'clock.  Music by Al. Fredericks* orchestra.  Admi-fEaon $1.50 per couple.  Miss Helen Moore; who teaches at  Flagstone, and Robert Moore, who is on  the Fernie school teaching staff, are  home forth������ Christmas holidays with  their mother, Mrs. H, __L Taylor.  The Peter Fan cafe, specializing In  fisb. and< chips, has just opened, for  business'in tlie building formerly u_i������d  as iiis offece. by R_. J&amont. '^Blrs. Murray of Ycua-wts-?-. Alberta  3...   .....a  . jl _nr3,  P������sc$s  J^uite.������ large, number, from Creston  were at Wynndel on Friday night for the  grand opening of' the new community  hall at that point, which bos a dance  floor larger than any other ball in the  valley. I  At the Sunday evening service at  Christ Church carol singing will - be a  closing W^re.Burihg the Service the  e!e������trieligro-t.gsystein recently fnstntled  in memory of the late Mrs. Garlick  will  V-_._v_i.������__*-a-A'       *.Y   Yv     Y \)  _JSS    Ua__l4V������ll.VU.  Mrs. J. A. Bell, who hae had the King  If von should ~_5__ t__e squsFest meal  To feed your inner man  -   - *yh_������. tfrla-nn fn, vnn tn. trot \������  Is at the'P^TBRl^N"(next door to  . liquor store.  Friends f Miss Dorothea Spratt will  hear with Satisfaction that she" has  successfully completed her three months*  proba_ioh, makin^a creditable pass at  the   Bes-femb^  esfaniinatifin-s.   SHe will  ojnj-iajiiy  training  lOrarc  commence  *.   _Xt3_*  FOR SALE���������White Wyandotte jpullet?i  $2.00 to $2.5-0 each, from R.O._Vand  privatetrap-nesfc accords.    Crowdecvfor  room* " P.-"Pb#i-Mr".-.C-_fep:-I_Sst^r''._*,'_;:���������:  PHONE 19  0REfiTON-  3E������HONE52L  WYNNDEL  under  lesss  for a  Hf***  i-Biunie     ana  the   threfe  year  countebh Christmas Day.  The other side of  the  central selling  jj^<^^1 be^ in .the  TJnited Church basement ou.Tuesday- at  2 p.m., at which Major Mag^i^. i$bo,is  championing..the cause pf-_hose opposed  .to the new plan, will speak. ^_a-he-- will  lefevfr Creston on- the4 4.25 itrain>HhB  meeting willstart prompt on time. ������ "  "���������"-'"��������� * '.' ''"������������������' *>'*':-^-->-���������'*-,' -__^_������������������.  OHRISTMAS NIGHT  *_".������_ .PA  Sa-aaa  *H*-*mmM  r   a  te������rf* 3-* ���������������____*!  ItilK  _-____>...-__k,...*-   -*-   .^ _mfm*if _. ^^mm.-.**^.^- - _-*- - ^**w_______! m%\ ..^,,mmmn A   *% i"~_fhn'irf t tir i -ft ii ftfc i -Ih. _fc i IN - *-.-.^r.-L-f^c.^ltn.^;.  m\w*m  if&I-S.  H_Sa9  __������������AY CHRISTMAS mean for you a harv-  _&--&     ______������.   __._.���������___   __.c   j-i _:__ j?_.:*.-.   _.*  - : -       vest.   Scoouu   vi    utc   xipeuiug  X������uxc_a  v-  _yopr hopesr qEorts and desires; a garn- ^  ermg rich in friandships  goodwill, and the *  joy of service" given and servicie recewed-  And may tHe New Year prolong and cement  our happy association. -  Oreston VaHsv GQ-QB^r^tivft asm.  GRESTON Two Stores EH1CKS0H  v-* ��������� ,        .'���������-���������:: ..-." ,-Y;>  : ��������� ������������������-; Y- ..��������� :r -      .^  _l_ld-l l.-fcl-ll | <-__ | ___-���������_-- ���������Ma-__-N-----_----_i_----___>_-____^^ ___-_1.ll _lh*--fc__________fc__--^-------___M-------^  ;;;J*<i-S*������ i-. ��������� r-stftia>*s.  ___. ._   _hsn   a,  dining room is being kept open by the  owner, B. Morabito, under the name of  King George Hotel Cafe.  TtfRKEY A_Sl_������ GOOSE- S|HOOT���������A  shootiug match . for both geeae and  turkeys will be beld'^t the Geo. Mawson  ra ch <on Tuesday, December 30th,  commencing at 11 a.m. Bring your own  rifle���������.22 and larger gun.     ���������  The ladies of-^h; 1st Church Womatfa  Auxiliar atid the Ladies' Guild will  meet in joint session on Tuesday afternoon at the Parish Hall when the two  organizations will be formally amalgam-  ^^__-3 .-...^l-... &.\...^_���������_���������������.. ***. _kiM__h_.  _ata;va uuuci vuo twiuici   iiaiuc.  ...'��������� '..-;"< ��������� ; ^<;" !���������.,;'     ���������   -' .'.   ���������%������������������ '��������� ���������-,-'  For the big New Year's eve dance at  Grand Theatre ballroom, the Ai. Fredericks* orchestra of Bonners Ferry will  ������   .       j-.*_ _   a mt  '  **������������������' __���������      ������������ " ti'- i  suppiy tne music. The admission :s  $1.50 per couple. Supper is extra and  will be at Creston Cafe, 11 to 1.  E. H- Small, who a few. years ago conducted the Creston Hotel, but of late  has been at Cnuilsrook, where he had the  position of indikn agent, died in that  city on Saturday. He has been in poor  health for the past nine -months.  Mr: and Mrs-:-S. F. Warren and  daughter. MiarJi-rB...of Regirva. Sask., are  ���������a. ^ ������_  _r_l ___-_-���������_  .--2^.1- j,a._.    1..._x__-_   ��������� _._  uere IOr ouriai>uias wIlh tu6 ��������� iSttca S p������r=  ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Archibald.  Mr. Warren came in by a'r, arriving on  Tuesday in a x5e������Tavilaacl Moth.  The  village   council   had   a   special  meeting en Tuesday evening at which all  accounts up to the5 15th   were  ordered  paid in birder to facilitate'the Christmas  shopping of 'i|i<bse''vftEo Baiye been" working at street improvement^   particaSairly."  Orchardists are reminded of the meeting on Mohdsy afternoon, December  29th, at 2 o'clock, iit which a delegate  attd director for th^B-C.F.���������..A. will be  elected, and resolutions to come before  the BiC.F.G.A. annual meeting will be  "discusseSl ���������' i      .':vY.   .:-  '"���������.������������������'.-���������  Word has just reached here of the  marriage at-Trail of^Mary, eldest daughter of Mr^ and Mrsi Frank Lewis, who  on Monday becimo the wife of .Mr.  Moffatt of that dity. The riewlyWeds  are expected to spend the ChriBtmas  holidays with the bi-ide's parents here;  Miss Mary Goodwin, who 1b at  Normal School at',^ctoria,r is spending  the Christmas vacation with her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. T. Goodwin, at Longhead.,  (Calif. ^ Mrs. ''ana'v,'Mr_.''',';Gdb_iwin will  return with her td^the capltnl'l where  they will remain until the middle of  March.  Aai-hr-fPt.ii-l.nif1f.rA-*-A-JS   fltri>lh--,'fc-A--Jh"^-A' <fc--A������������������*>���������-������������������������������������������>  iiranrt  ihoafra  %9a ** a its       m i ��������� vvtm i Uf  DEGEMB-EE z^th  MAWSON BROS. Old Premises.  Near Review Office.  '. ....   iii   ....  1 - ���������-  ������������������:' ��������� * >���������- ������������������ V.Y..        - -������������������'"'���������-  ^Hiillflnfr  ikJ. SJ15i_fiii<  A-E/Sa ._*____  83r  Zt&e^' (���������;������;-..  GRAPES ��������� ISc lb.  "_ ��������� .... .... .**- -'.  v������  uriiifiiriorsu  and ^������H1  TXT  J.JL-*.  we orrer our  -.   for  IH[appli&e3s  to   aSi  dfgrissg     this     ������estiva  season,   with    Health  and Prosperity throp-  oiit the New Year.  .������__  To Wi-h  J*%,      ^mmr T        T        *J_r������aW  ������__��������� _Hf  mm* ,    4m  i OH   8i  Christmas I  :  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  \  To our mapy customers  tlirouglnoti't4, ,&&' 4? 8-;  ��������������������������� triotr.^^elV;;a8''-:Ml ������������������..;-  other fiiouds, wo ox-  tend    the    Season's  . ;    Greofcinga I,., .  CRFST0N MERCAN  __j*t^^,Y->'������_iMxi.'rs^  Itfay th������ JNfcw Year mee.  you oieasea with good  Health,    Happinesm  ���������  and ProBperity.  ; lliQolOII    Is010IS  .���������*';'���������  i ,.yl'..,..,-������ /V, .,f 4  J~ f   Canyon St. mt,Barton.Ave  ���������'������  i  ^There'sliiolly in tlio Window,  Aiicl snowfl&keft iii trio air;  There's mistletoo abbve the door���������  And it's Ohriatmaa Evei^ywherh\h  We have pleasure' th extending the  Season's Greetings and  Sincere JriE^ivJ^eji 7Aaf .IBI^Nfi^ ^*^--..lte������i������-e ''-Jdr  joyous Chtistmm end a, Contented und  ,     *'."���������''.   'Y '  Prosperous Neta Y4ar4.''y-.'[  jLvfnKj wmjl'm."���������irMft|���������������_r*^_i'*������___-_ *#��������� *****& M>lMI"iM| "MT"^ "W* *������!������*��������������������������������������������� *~J *m% ������mwm^ ������Mup������M| ������aM| ,mh<^  *m ������yl  !���������  __,..__���������__������������������__.-._. ..__.- _a._-_..��������� _>.-__.. -,-��������� . ���������. .. frmifin ft- A - a^.., -��������� .-..-.-> f _k-__L.-_l_-____.A_-_L-_h.__���������Jk-^t��������� Jt... jfa ..jlL-jk-JL���������^^ft-^  11111^^1_;a__!___������fl_������_^  HB  ������.������.wM*aaimili-,iimiai>ii������i  m^


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