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Array *S!S^  T^S^-^^Y~S^.'.^  ���������i. %Y ������������������.  Vol. XXIII.  GBESTON. B.C.,  ^.. SEPTEMBER 25, 1931  No. 27  ������  17__.1I  rail r air  Facilities Exhibit  Put in Poultry House East End  Main Building���������Grading Station to Grade Exhibition Eggs  ���������Great Year Canned Goods  The  regulation scoring  boxes of apples and peara is as  for exhibition  follows:  Anglican harvest service on Sunday-  afternoon, in spite of the heavy rainstorm that broke just at church time.  The edifice was tastefully decorated with  fruit, vegetables and flowers which, on  Monday, were sent io' Creston hospital.  Mr. and Mrs. Red path of Nelson, were  visitors last week, guests of Mr. and  Mrs. G. Mclhnis.  G. Mclnnis was a Nelson visitor last  week. P. Andestad was "also a Nelson  caller.  Miss B. Hook of Spokane spent the  weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and  Fniit Jr^adbg  ill   j   "  Sheds Very Busy  Mcintosh Reds]lleavy Crop and  Splendid Quality ���������Demand is  for Household and "G" Grade  ���������Threfe Graders Operating.  Size, 10. Color, 20, Uniformity,  15. Freedom from blemish and condition, 16. Quality, 15. Package  and packing, 3. Height at ends, 4.  Fullness or bulge, 4. Solidity or  compactness, 6. Attractiveness or  style    of  pack,   6.   Aligment.     4.  Poultrymen should bear In mind that  the showroom condition of a chicken has  more influence on its success  than  any  other factor.   It is practically impossible  for a chicken in poor   condition   to  win  when    the competition   is  keen.   The  plumage, the head parts, the shanks, and  feet must be absolutely clean and free of  parasites.   Any exhibitor from a distance  who finds it difficult to get his birds in  on time on October 7th may bring them  in the day before   and  the   association  will take case of them.   We would, however, request any exhibitor who wishes  to take advantage of   this privilig* to  notify the secretary.   A poultry house is  being built on the east end of the main  building which ensures the birds greater  comfort  than   formerly.   Best   di play  of graded   eggs  to  illustrate  the  four  commercial gTades.   We would remind  any exhibitor who wishes to compete but  has not the necessary grading equipment  that    the   equipment  in  the grading  station is at the service of anyone who  wishes to fix up an exhibit.  British Columbia. knaw*,w_at Oreston  ~ Valley can ti__rn-4ratMt_4;_������eSSSsftiH_<_S-__5f3r:  work.   Xiadies, look over the lists and'  show the hc-seffo-ks what you can do.  Today canning is recognized to be the  most economical method of preserving  large quantities of fruit and Vegetables.  A pantry well stocked with canned food  means a well balanced meal for the  children. This paction covers a wide  range and several additions have been  made this year to round out_ the class.  The casR-ins section is always one of the  outstanding features of the fair, and we  nans o. o.  *-%. __���������  VJiauy .  Misses E. Towson and B- Hulme left  on Sunday for Willow Point to help with  the apple harvest.  E. Davis of Trail spent a few days at  his home here at the first of the week.  The first deer of the season were taken  at the first of the week, when John  Bathie had the good luck to secure a  white tail/and H. A. Bathie bagged a  black tail. Both were hunting in the  territory between Wynndel and Sirdar.  The musical contest was' won by Mrs.  Knott, and the flower romance contest  was won by Mrs. W. M. Archibald, who  also delightfully entertained the gather  ing with a talk on her recent trip to  Dawson, during which she also exhibited  some excellent photos. Mrs. Bemington  was awarded the prize for being the  oldest grandmother, of which there are  107 in the district. Tea served to close  proceedings and this was in charge of  Mesdames Crawford, Payne, Mallandaine and F. C. Rodgers.  Conference Lauds  Institute Effort  Greston Institute Commended  for Hospital and School Field  Day Activities���������Pay Bounty on  970 Gophers���������Baby Clinic.  Sidney*Rogers left on Saturday to  resume his studies' at Vancouver  College, Vancouver.  Mr. Macinrot and Mrs. Pym of Cranbrook were, visitors with Mr. and Mrs.  Jim Pascuzzo a few days last week.  Miss Sage of Lethbridge, Aiberta,  is a visitor with Mr. and Mrs. R. Heap.  R. Dennes left on Sunday for Tadanac.  Mrs. Heap and her. guest, Miss Sage,  were Spokane visitors last week.  S. McCabe   was   a   visitor  with  his  The Long, Allan & Long packing shed  at Erickson, arid _4& sheds operated by  _"'._^^J-._._.__     ������������������������_....j������..'., __ Vg\_v_r._i.������ _.������    ....       ^*_������__r.<. -_������. ���������  v_n.cavftc.ftn_   *.-a. M������������t������,vcv ******"* J   - ttw     x_������_������owi4.  and Erickson are wbrking at full capacity  commencing Withliionday when the Mcintosh Red apples commenced rolling into the^w^hpiises;_3ii quantity and three  graders aa well;^ a bench pack got  under way, and providing employment  for 55 or 60 girls aild men. In addition  to their warehouse at Erickson the  former firm are also utilizing the bid  Creston Growers s1 ed at Creston as a  receiving depot. "  For their **off" year the Macs are run  ning well above the estimates and are of  good size and more Extra Fancy in  evidence than ever before. The better  quantity, however, is - of little  consequence as tP date the, heavy demand has been for the "C" grade and  the Household pack, prices fixed by tne  Spippers* Council favoring these two  packs, and with low purchasing power  at prairie points it is natural such a decided preference ia in evidence.  A special effort-is being made to place  as many of the Fancies as possible in  eastern Canada, but the opposition is  great as Oatario  has  a  much  heavier  Gmny'on GBty  family at the weekend.  Grand-Fork^.   .  coming in  from  A. Bond has returned from Wynndel f  where he has been working on a contract  of stuccoing- the residence of R.   Uri.  L. Rbwe was a visitor at Kimberley at  the weekend, taking in a Masonic  gathering at that point on Saturday  evening. He was one of the party to be  shown over the Sullivan mine oh Sunday  mornings-  Mr and Mrs. A. Walde and children  of Fernie are here for their usual two  Jweeks' vacation with her parents, Mr.  j and Mrs Wearmouth.  Orchardists   are   all busy with  the  j picking of Mcintosh Red apples, all the  packing houses starting work on these at  the first of the week.  Rev. J. C. Mawhinney of Nelson had  charge of the United Church service here'  on Sunday afternoon.  Clarence Tedford and A. Bond, jr.,  have just completed the erection of a  new garage on the W. H. Kolthammer  place.  The heavy wind that prevailed here  l* **.������������.**  ������**_   _-_������*���������_ __#���������   _<lv_r_4*  tic** %s mmmj uvut/v  %._u.m������������  1_*#_>T_  v������Wt<ii������fk ������ j ivn  ������n__rfl  BSetW^&S  16th. to "Mr. and  Mrs. B R_Bohmer, 'a -son.  will be well maintained.  Entries close on October 3rd.  a whole lot if entry forms are  early.  It helps  sent   in  WynntimS  Mr. and Mis. J. Fiorentino and son.  of Cranbrook, who have been holidaying  with Mr. and Mrs. Benedetti, returned  home at the end of the week.  Mrs. Alla*������ and S. Benedetti of  Boswell were Wynndel visitors for the  fall fall on Wednesday last.  There was a splendid turnout  at   the  GRAND THEATRE    _jr ������R  FRI.-SAT., Sapt. Z0"&0  The dramatic story of a  a   CONSCIENCE that  triumphed* .. ��������� . .and a  Love that failed I  After a ten-day stay at the ranch here,  Mr. and Mrs. C. H, Phillips returned to  Kimberley on Monday  Rev. C. Baase of Creston will be here  for Lutheran Church service on Sunday  afternopte.  John Bird was a weekend visitor at  Kimberley attending a big Masonic  gathering there oh Saturday evening.  Lister had a killing frost on Tuesday  morning when a freeze of eight degrees  was recorded. The season is three weeks  later than 1980, when the freeze came at  j September 1st.  After the ratepayers gathering on Sat  ur ay night there will be meeting of all  interested in the Community Society for  election, of  officers  and  planning  the  season's operations.  Douglas McKee is working at Hazel  Creek, helping with the erection of work  camps for the unemployed,  Lister Trading & Supply Company.  Limited, are this week taking into stock  a part carload of Ogilvie flour and mill  feeds.  picked I  though it took some toll of the un  apple crop. ..  Creston hospital, - during the Week,  suffering from an injury to her knee- cap  which she sustained in a fall one day last  week.  apple crop this year than for. some time  past. j for about half an hour on Sunday after  A feature to this year's packing is that j noon was not seriously destructive,  all the fruit is bang handled at the warehouses, andfor tho first time the'pack of  ������p^$^i_^i_WT,vi^^^  best sent out", from ths. Okanagan. tn  the past a certain amount of ranch packing waa allowed, but that, is all abolished  thin season.  Wealthy apples are practically cleaned  up. There are a few hundred boxes still  to go, but these will be out by the end of  the month, All varieties of plums and  prunes will be out by the end of the  month also, and the killing frost encountered Wednesday morning the movement  of tomatoes Will soon be at an end.  Crestland Fruit Cpmpany was busy on,  Tuesday sending out cheques in full pay������  ment for Clapp's Favorite pears and  Transcendant crabs and considering  these varieties and the shape the prairie  market is in the prices obtained are quite  satisfactory.  Interest in the September session  of  Creston and District Women's Institute  centered chiefly in the report submitted  in connection with Creston Institute  for  the second time winning the: silver cup  awarded at the Vancouver eshibition for  the Institute making the most points in  . needlecraf t in  the section specially devoted to B.C. Institutes'. exhibits.   The  report showed that Creston led the field  with 15 points, and Nelson institute was  third with but nine points.   Second place  went to Denman Island Institute.   The  report,   was    presented    by   Mrs.   R.  Stevens, who was in charge of the work  of assembling the display.  T_>p meeting was presided over by  Mrs. C. F. Hayes, president, and there  was a splend id turnout. The afternoon  was largely taken up with committee reports and purely routine business. It  was decided to have a silver tea on September 29th at which the winning needlework will be on display, and a committee  was named to take charge of serving the  supper at the fall fair dance on October  7th..      .    :  Mrs. Maxwell, who is conveneor of the  grandmothers' tea committee reported  arrangements well in hand for. the affair,  and reported a total of 105 grandmothers in the district. For the public  health committee Mrs. Payne stated  she had arrangements started for the  SSStGhmssov*  in  an of the  orlr1"  ���������love came  save him I  too late to  ���������He lived by his wits���������  clever,, eharmingr daugcr-  oub���������but he wagn'fc smart  enough to escape hia past.  The ratepayers will be out in force on  Saturday night for a special school meeting at which funds will be voted to cany  on the second room at the school to be  opened on October lat.  John Cartmel, government agent, and  A. McQueen, assistant assessor, both of  Nelson, were hero on^ri business vtBlfc at  tho end of the week.  Harry Demchuk ia nt present a patient  in Creston public huHpltut <w>1k>_3 he  underwent an operation for appendicitis  on Friday and Is making a very satisfactory recovery.  Miss Ma * Webster of Coal Creek has  booh engaged to take charge pf the  second room at Lister achool, which will  bo  opened  on   Tlvutadoy  noxt.   It   Is  arranged lor her to talco <ehi������-ga O-  Gradoa 1,2, tt and 4, and MIus Curtis,  will handle Grades, 6, 6,. 7, and 8.  Alfalfa baling la very active this  month. John Huwcrofb is putting  through the fourth carload, which is  going to the Coni-oUdiited Mining &  Smelting Company farm near Troll, and  A. Lctolllc hr.o abPMft 20 tonn rusady' fw  shipment to tho McCriridlc dairy .at  Cranbrook.  Entertain Grandmothers  Creston and District Women's Institute had their Grandmother's Tea on  Tuesday afternoon in the United Church  basement, and a fine turnout onsider-  ing the busy season. In a brief address  thc president, Mrs. Hayes, welcomed the  guests of the afternoon and then askca  Mrs. Maxwell, convenor of the special  ten committee to take charge. There  was a short but interesting programme  opennd by Msrs. Rose with a piano solo.  Solos wero contributed by Mr. Knott of  Canyon and Mr.--. Middleton. Mrs. D.  S. Timmons favored with   a   recitation.  Chas. W. Wood  "a  5 5  SI"  S J5SSu5I  NOW IN TOWN  Please leave. your  ,(      orders fyt the Kelly  DmgSbore. *  FOUR DOLLARS while  this depression is on*  Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Mrs. Chas. Anderson of Columbia  Lake who has been visiting with Mr.  and Mrs. B. Johnson fof some time,  returned to her home on Wednesday.  Lewis Simpson: who has been working at the harvest at Claresholm,  Alberta, returned on Thursday.  Miss Olga Nelson left on Friday for  Spokane, where she is visiting friends  for a few days. She made the trip by  bus.  C. H. DePhyfier of Kimberley was a  business visitor here on Friday.  A. E. Davies of Creston, general road  foreman, has put on a crew of men from  Creaton building the road camp at  Hazel Creek, where work will commence  as soon as quarters are completed,  Mrs. Sidney Abar had her; sister, Mrs.  Cony of Trail, visiting here for a few  days last week. She returned on  Wednesday.  ' A. LePage arrived home on Saturday  from Boswell, having finished work  there.  Ernrst Driffil and H. H. Redmile spent  the weekend up Kootenay Lake on a  fishing trip with a party from Creston.  They reported luck only fa r.  Mrs. A. LePage and children, Ronald  and Louise, left on Sunday for Cranbrook to join her sisters, Laura and  Mildred Andean, and are going .on to  Sinclair hot nprinprs for a few daps.  Mr. and Mrs. Thorp of Calgary,  Alberta, wero visiting with Kitchener  frionda on Monday.  " '      ' ������ .  W. WasB of tho Cranbrook Brewing  Company, was a business visitor  Monday.  Frits Molander npoit the weekend nt  Canyon, guest of Mr, and Mrs. C.  Taplin returning on Mo day.  I holding of a. baby   clinic  this  fall  in  Cre3tpn public hospital. /  ;v*~I*^th&h6^;tsl'co__i-__itte_He Cook  stated the at home given at the hospital  last month had been a splendid success.  AH afternoon there was a steady stream  of callers who were shown over the  hospital and all expressed surprise at the  very complete hospital equipment Creston could justly boast. Tea was served  and a freewill offering of .16 nett was  received. This amount, along with  $9.35 received in the donation boxes*  had been paid into the hospital: funds.  Donations to the hospital the past  month had been very generous.  Mrs.   Mallandaine  reported   on   the  Institute gopher killing contest, stating  the total kill by pupils of Creston. school  had been 970    Mrs. R. Stevens/delegate  to the Institutes' conference at Edge-  wood submitted a carefully prepared report in. which she stated the guthering  had warmy  applauded  references   to  the work on. behalf of Creston hospital  as well as the school field  day,  and the  outstanding success of the institute for  the    oecond    time at the Vancouver  exhibition.  The ten  hostesses ' were - Mra.   Rose,  Mra. Compton and Mrs. J, E.Hayden,  Exhibition  of  ONIONS���������Got your simply now, price  ts right, ��������� Long, Allan & Long, Limited,  Erickson.  FOR SALE'-rWealtl-V apples and  Flemish Beauty pears at SO canto a box  (box  not   Included).   T-flddy    Haalslxra  elaco, ono milo  north  of  town,  below  .P.R. crossing.   M1sa Fay Pendry.  ZGW!_iniH������[  Needlework  Under the auapiccsoi Creston nnd  District Women''s Institute in  United Church Basement  ��������� 3.00 to 5.G0 p.m.  This is the complete display of  Creston Institute Needtecraft that  won the Silver Cup at Vancouver  Exhibition, X&Si,  Admissions   Silver Tea*  Everybody Welcome. ."  3Cm*   REYIEW^   ERESTOIT,   B.   0,  V-  Hiss������ Salada ���������inullty  il  ������?������ -V  Cut In, British Dole  'Fresh from tbe gardens*  T^r r       11*      V"'*        -        _"t _  X lie   W orlct s Vjram Dhow  "Canada, 1930;" a booklet published by the Dominion. Bureau of Statistics at Ottawa, summarizes the value of production in Canada for 1927 as  follows: Agriculture, 38.1 per cent.; forestry, 8;-fisheries, 1.3; trapping, 0.4;  mining-, 6.3; electric power, 2.7; construction, 8.2; custom and'repair, 1.9;  manufactures, 33.1 per cent.  These figures are significant. They show conclusively the paramount  importance of the industry of agriculture.  This importance is accentuated by the fact that the conditions of  manufacturing", which occupies second place, reflect almost immediately the  conditions of agriculture It is accentuated even to a greater degree when  one comes to examine the manufacturing schedule of the same booklct,  Among the twenty-five leading manufacturing industries of Canada, flour  and grist mill products occupy second place; slaughtering and meat packing  third; butter and cheese seventh; bread and bakery products fourteenth.  A glance at the exports schedules discloses the further fact that wheat  stands at the top  of  the  list  and wheat ftour second.  It seems to be needless, therefore, to make an apology for stating that  any activity which pr������_ntses even a surer footing for Canada's greatest industry merits the  attention and  support of every  Canadian.  Will the World's Grain. Exhibition and Conference to take place at  Rpurinai ne������t w-ar be*_r scrutiny from this point of view? I_et- us see.  In the first place^ it is as it's name implies, an exhibition and a conference.      Secondly, it is open for participation to all the world.  The exhibition may be conveniently divided into three parts ��������� the competitive, the national, and the commercial exhibits.  The competitive exhibits consist of 19 kinds of field crop products, divided into 56 classes, embracing practically all kinds of grain and seed grown  in the world. The total of cash prizes amounts to over $200,000 and the  individau I prizes are greater than have been offered ever before, anywhere in  the world, at any other exhibition of its kTnd.  The winning of these prifies, however, is not the real objective of the  competitive exhibition. Thc stimulant for a better quality field product  is infinitely more important. It's effect is already apparent. There is  ample evidence of this. The demand for registered���������better quality���������seed  In greater ail over Canada than it "has ever has been. One organization  reports an increase of almost 100 per cent.  The national and commercial exhibits will tax the floor space of the  immense new building to the utmost. Twenty-seven countries have already  spolcen for space and others will follow���������50 are expected. A visit to these  exhibits, occupying a frontage of over a mile and a half, will be an educational feature surpassed only by a trip around the world���������a trip, by the  way, which most of us are unable to enjoy. ��������� ~  The privilege to participate, either as a competitor in any or all the  prize classes, as an exhibitor in the national or the commercial section, or,  as a mere visitor, is open, wide upen to the great wide world.  Conferences of technical and practical agriculturists from many countries will take place during every day from July 25 to August 6. ' The programme will provide for the discussion of every conceivable, subject having  to do with all phases of field crop production, fi\om the preparation of the  soil to the disposal of the product for food, fodder, shelter or clothing.  Then- there are the competitions for juniors, the tours of Canada, and a  dozen other features,-a mere reference to which space-will met permit.  This whole programme, although not complete at this time, already contains the names of over a score of the "world's best." Surely such a cooperation of brains as this will constitute an asset to agriculture the value  of which no man has the temerity to estimate.  Even from a monetary point of view alone, if the final effect be to raise  the value of Canada's agricultural asset of almost.2,000 millions of dollars  to the extent of one hundredth of one per cent, annually, th6 money necessary-to carry the project to success will be an exceedingly profitable business investment.  But the World's Grain Exhibition and Conference will do more than this.  It will effectively advertise Canada to the rest of the world, will give her an  opportunity to take stock and ascertain her standing in field crop'production,  will stimulate her growers in the use of better seed, will clear away any fal3e  impressions in the minds of foreign buyers, will demonstrate to her growers  the kind of competition that must be met in tbe markets of the world, will  bring to our own country valuable ideas and experiences, and, most important  of all, it will take its place among the great events which have brought  the nations of thc world into closer communion and a little further along  the bumpy and tortuous trail toward the fertile meadows of International  peace.  Variety    Of- Unemployed    Men    and  Wonsen Are Affected  The 10 per ceist. cut in unemployment insurance benefits in Britain,  commonly called the dole, will affect  a-variety ofX unemployed men and women alike, from the age of 16 to 65.  At the sameiYt-me those in employment are called upon to increase their  weekly payments to the "dole fund"  and employers* contributions are likewise increased, Under the provisions  of the nationg.! economy bill.  Hitherto youths of 18 havo been  entitled to $2.50 a week, . Hsing to  $4.25, according -ito age. The $4.25 is  the maximum fo% single men.  Unemployed girls from the age of  16 are entitled to $1.25 a week, with  a rising scale for intervening ages to  21, when the allowance is $3.75.  Additional benefits for dependents  and children will not be affected by  the reductions.  ^^MgMa^^imSS.  -^nW^-  '^^^^mm^^fi  Final Stage Of Depression  Winter  Will Use Alberta Coal  I rvnurr\ imnrvi-Tm rvDETCO  j onVLtp imrurvicu i/i\ho.o  "After a little wearing, a lovely green  voile���������an imported dress���������lost colour  so completely that it was not wearable.     A friend who had  admired  it  why   I  wasn't  wearing  it  Will    Be    Hard   But  Better  To   Receive    Share   Of   Belief   Coal  Times Are To Follow j Orders From Saskatchewan  "The coming winter is expected to; Alberta domestic coal operators  be the final stage of the three years will receive a proportionate share of  of depression through which Canada relief coal orders from Saskatchewan,  has been passing.'^ These wqrds, tak- according to C. G. Durham, secretary  en from a speech which E. W. Beatty, of the Alberta Domestic Coal Oper-  presldent of the Canadian Pacific ators* Association. Alberta .mines  Railway, made recently at Frederic- will supply one ton in four for eastern  ton, N.B., will be accepted every- Saskatchewan, he said, receiving  where as- reassuring. Mr. Beatty is in practically all the orders for thc west-  a position to speak on such matters erh part of the province. Orders, it is  as   he   has   an   inside   knowledge   of believed, will reach 250,000 tens.  economic    tendencies.    There    is    no j  ������������������������������������-,  doubt that we are in for a hard win-      Persian Balm���������there ls nothfng like  ter,   but if  we  can  feel that  it will  it for creating and preserving a iove-  .    ������.     * ^  -_____7 ly complexion.    Cooling, caressing ���������  mark the turn of the tide we can it aoothes and dispels all roughness  see it through with hope and conn- or chafe caused by weather condi-  dence. The darkness is often deepest tions. Delicately fragrant, it adds ex-  iust before thP-dawn and there are quislte������������������charm to ������_e most finished ap-  just netore tne dawn, ana mere are   pearaitce>     Dainty  women  inevitably  certamly, many reasons for believing  ch.oose    Persian    Balm.-     A    velvety  and the rest of the world once, more  on the upgrade towards normal trade.  and    business    conditions. ��������� Toronto  asked   me  any more.  she    advised    dyeing   it    and recom  mended  Diamond.  Dyes.   To  make   a  long    story - short,    it    turned    out  beautifully.    I    have    a    lovely   new  dress that really cost just 15c���������the} j^^j and Em_ire  price    of    one    package    of Diamond j ,  Dyes. !      '" v  I have since used Diamond -Dyes]     The invention of a wind measuring  o^.friendship: A~ person who knows us  for  both   tinting  and  dyeing  record a drop of wind pressure from ed:, and who lets us alone and doesn't  eighty-five miles an \hour to zero in', interfere _h our private affairs and  one-hundred   and     twentieth    of    a  doesn't come to see us too of ten. -  On hearing  the  reason j a^t the coming year will see Canada  smooth lotion, it makes the skin rose  J"  ~" leaf in texture. Recommended also to  soften and whiten the hands. Truly a  n������av*1aaa   ���������*i..l__.     v___.i__c.ifj_   ^QJ^   SVS5TV   V.fO-  man.  A little boy once gave a definition  mv.������.  _ o-x_v;jr  do either equally well. I am not an  expert dyer but 1 never have a failure  with Diamond Dyes. They seem to  be- made so theyalways go on smoothly and evenly. They never spot,  streak or run; and friends, never  Know the th.ngs I dye -with Diamond  Dyes are redyed at all!"  Mrs. R.F., Quebec.  second, is announced.  L    A Jot of folk think that begging is  An Eskimo who had never visited   an easy way of getting a living, but  Will  PubHsh In Canada  civilization     before     saw     his     first  movie and became insane. We  th'nk  we've seen the same movie.  we'd like to see them try it for a  couple of weeks. We have yet to envy  a beggar.  Six American Magazines Will Now Be  Printed Here   -  Publication of six magazines in  Canada has been announced by Mc-  Fadden Publications, and readers of  the _ publications, numbering 200,000  in the Dominion, will obtain them at  the same price a^ prevails today. The  .company has obtained ' a Dominion  charter.  A statement issued by the publishers says, in part: "By so doing, we  not only feel that we can do cur part  in the promotion of the printing industry in Canada, but we also propose  to promote our publications with the  newspaper advertising with the knowledge we are building on a staple,  foundation."  The company has contracted for an  advertising campaign covering every  part of the Dominion. w  jl o Europe, tvith  hotels and sightseeing* back to  Montreal���������24 days*  Prices are down. You can see London, Paris, Brussels,  etc., on an inclusive tour���������from Montreal���������lasting  24 days���������and back. Ask for folder on how to travel so  amazingly, widely, and well, from $174.���������all expenses  paid.  For $129. you can sail from Montreal to JBelfast, Glasgow, Liverpool, Plymouth, or London and hack. See  your relatives-send friends, or travel at will.  Good going till Oct. 15th Third  Class���������A. jtinique opportunity  -   4.1  Don't  Submit To Asthma.   -If you  suffer without hope "of breaking the  chains which bind you do not put off  another day the purchase of Dr. J.  D. Kellogg's Remedy. ��������� A trial will  drive away all doubt as to its efficiency. The sure relief that comes  will convince you more than anything  that can be written., When help is so  sure, why suffer? This matchless  remedy is sold by dealers everywhere.  Asbestos is the only mineral that  can be woven into fire-proof garments and molded Into instruments  impervious to flame.  liJ   With Jolty companions.  y  ANCHOR - DONALDSON  Saskatchewan Dairy Industry  Saskatchewan's dairy Industry is  expanding. The creamery butter production during July amounted to 2,-  805,316 pounds, an  increase of 337,-  Famons Jewel For Museum  The  famous Canning jewel, which  the Earl of Harewood sold at Sotheby's last June for $50,000, has been  presented to the Victoria and Albert  000 pounds over the output of July j Museum by "An American Friend"  last year, Tho production for the flrst j who desired to remain anonymous. Tho  seven months of the year came tojjowel dates from the 10th century  11,437,871 pounds or 3,048,971 pounds and is traditionally supposed to have  more than for the similar period of  19S0���������a gain of 36,3 por cont.  Scx'enteen lc_ndi_ of palms jjrow naturally in tho "United States.  been sent by tho Grand Duke of Tuscany to one of tho Mogul Emperors.  CJlnsfrow,  Scotland,  lw to havo  oilman collection boxes.  Suffered Severe, Painful  4 *  Cramps In Her Stomach  Thorn, torriblo crampii in tho stomach that doublet  you up lu pain aind nmko you break out in a cold  pornpi ration, way bo Htoppod by a few doaoa of Dr.  j-k-wlor'n Mxtrnct of Wild Strawberry.  Mrn. Lloyd .Tone*, 204 Ar^ylo St., Halifax, ft.8.,  wrlt-Hi��������� "I liavo BUiToret- osroutly from m.voro anil  painful ANtmpM hi my atomneh. I tried eovoral  veinocllos without rom_]t. One day a frlnnd nrlvlnorl  mo to tako Dr. Fowler1.. Extract of Wild Strawborry,  w I bought a bottle aad got laotaut roliof."     *  Pa'nless and perfect In theii. action,  Miller's Worm Powders are always a  safe and reliable remedy for children  who show symptoms of worms. These  symptoms aro easily recognizable in  a feverish restlessness, frequently  ending in convulsions. A point of  notable importance is that after Miller's Worm Powders have expelled  thc worms, the stomach and bowels  aro toned up into a very healthy condition.  Nevada excavations show that man  was existent on the northern continent before the, ice-age era.  Worms in ohiklron. if they be not  attended to, cfutee convulsions, and  often death. Mother Graves' Wfirm  Exterminator will protect tho children  from those diatroBsing afllictlana.  Would We Bettor  A plpoleas organ, haa boon Invented  which turns electricity into music.  IVCany persona would probably bo better plenserl at. the invention of a device to turn Homo radio music nt.  cullod, Into uftoful electricity.  Onion.., potatoes, and tomatoes  worth ������10,000,000 woro sent tp England from Spain,    France,    and    tho  Channel Jalaiul_;.Uu.t year.  .  w.   n.  u.   inoa  Western Representatives;  HUNTER-MARTEN & CO., REGINA, SASIC. THE   BErVIEW.    -I-ESTOST.   ������.   tt.'.  ���������____Li  ���������ff EDI u  REPRESENTS CANADA  NEW GRAIN P  tm *****   mm-     '���������   T������!��������� ������������������������������ !_>��������������� ._   ..-  ��������� -.  CSiurchill, Man.���������-Built oh the barren ahore id Manitoba's ndrth country, Churchill's ultramodern harbour  development won the acclaim of an  Qttawa delegation headed by Hon. R.  J. Manion, Minister of Railways and  Canals. Two other cabinet ministers,  Hon. Robert Weir, Minister of Agriculture, and Hon. T. G. Murphy, Minister of the , Interior, were in the  party making a rapid-fire survey of  the new born grain port.  Confidence in the ability of Canada's farthest north grain harbour to  handle any business which may develop via the bay route was expressed  by Dr. Manion. Before leaving for the  south he remarked -that the .mechan-  Further  Returns  From  Recent  Census Subject To Corrccticn  Ottawa, Ont.���������A further statement  of population in a number of cities  and towns of Canada which were not  dealt with in previoiis announcements,  has been issued by the Dominion Bureau .of Statistics. The statement covers more particularly a number of  towns,, although it deals also with two  or three cities in different provinces.  The figures issued show that the  city of Quebec, increased from 95,-  193 in 1921, to 129,103 in the*present  year. The population of Windsor,  Ont^ has advanced from 38.591 to  62,957 In the ten-year period.  In western Canada, the city of Regina reported an increase from 34,432  to 53,034.  The largest percentage increase  recorded in the statement is in the  town of Riverside, Ont., which increased its population from .1,155- in  __a_aas-__-______ .ay\.  ���������.&.**._  Proportiona! Vote Opposed  Manitoba    Conservatives   Object   To  Proposal Of Attorney-General  Winnipeg, Man.���������Opposition to the  principle^ of porportional representation contained in a suggestion by  Hon. W. J. Major, Attorney-General,  for a reduction' in the. number of seats  in the Manitoba Legislature, was expressed on behalf of the Conservative  party' by Col. F. G. Taylor, leader of  the group.       -  Col. Taylor said hs party Jaas no  objection to the proposed reduction,  but "will use every legislative means  to prevent the extension of the suggested     proportional     representation  MEASUK  ���������_.___~ _��������� ^.������_ _.  a^__i_C-._������  lu t-u*_  (ad)     _i_������.+S*������������-    nf    *K__   ������-rvriT+    ������*__*._������_Q������>TYigTl_"  had. functioned perfectly on its initial  test��������� leaving success of the. route dependent only on the trend of trade.  Not a doubt -was entertained by the  minister hut that the "Farnworth''  and the "Warkworth," chartered by  Njie Government to Carry the inaugural hay route shipment overseas this  month would reach their destinations  successfully. He even considered  that lower bay insurance rates on  hulls and cargoes might be expected  for next season as result of the two  Shipments of some 540,000 bushels of  Saskatchewan wheat.  ���������Canada's Government, Dr. Manion  promised, would draw to the attention  of the Imperial shipping committee at  London any successful journeys overseas through the Hudson Straits, in  the endeavour   to   obtain   the   most  equitable insurance rates possible. He  stressed the fact that the government  had undertaken to insure that rates  on the test shipments, from Churchill  would not be higher than from  the  '.' prairies via Montreal. Possibility that  the Government might be called on to  : foot a bill for an extra cost by the  - bay route was indicated by Dr. Manion  In view of current low rates on the  .Great Lakes due to lack of cargoes.  He  pointed  out vthat._5the   Goverh-  J ment had provided! its harbour^facilities for the trial shipments without  cost, and would implement its prom-  5se to absorb the rate differential if  any.   The Government   is    earnestly  endeavouring to do everything possi-  ��������� ble at Churchill, stated Dr. Manion,  , pointing, to plans for freight sheds,  raw grain galleries and other developments for next year.  , The sheds are to be constructed on  the pier next summer if the foundation of the pier has settled sufficiently to allow work to be done.  .Bjy the time shipping opens on the  bay next summer, the harbour will be  ; ready to handle cattle, from the  west's agrarian areas, the minister  forecast. He mentioned that such a  trade might necessitate the provision  of cattle yards at The Pas 5li miles  southward, but saw n������o difficulty in  the way.  Coal and lumber handling facilities,  he said, would be pressed forward to  handle any trade which develops and  the entire facilities would certainly be  ready by 1933.  "The Government will promise  nothing which cannot be fulfilled,"  paid Dr. Manion, "lest the failure to  implement an undertaking might react to the disadvantage of the port,  "Without John I. McFarland,- head  of the Canadian Wheat Pools* Central  ,   Belling  Agency,   the  trial shipments  this fall would have been Impossible,"  commented the  minister.    No  other  ��������� offer of wheat for the bay route shipment had been made,  he  said,   and  even now the second cargo has not  yet been sold.   iDr. Manion announced  that the shipment of No. 2 northern,  ,    ,  trimmed   down  Wednesday, v September 18, in tho   hold   of   the * "Farn-  worth," had been sold by Mr.,McFarland' to SpillorH, London, nhftlnnd Y .  Perfect synchronisation of the work  nt Churchill by the varloua developing groups was named, by the militia tor  as tha outstanding'.reason for the on-'  the-dot success of inaugural operations. Ho cojnmended especially C.  E>. Bfowo, consulting engineer,,o������ Fort  William; Ont., who designed tho 2,-  500,000-buahol elevator which has  takon rank na tho world's faatost operating ocean terminal.  C. A. Bowman, Editor of the Ottawa Citizen, who is one of the Canadian delegates to- the- fourth biennial  .1921 to 4:426 in thepresent year. This meeting of   the   Institute   of   Pacific,  is an increase of 283 per cent. . Relations to   be  held at   Hangchow,������������������-  It is made clear, in the--statement, Cl_na, in_ October;  that the count is a preliminary one  ince."  Mr. Major's suggestion would reduce the number of seats from 55 to  35 and would apply proportional  representation to the whole province  'With   the   exception   of   four   single-  i member constituencies.  and that returns are subject to correction aa. additions on account of  closed houses and absentees have yet  to be made.  ���������   ���������___.- _  fiasdgii nut&es Appeal  EDUCTIONS IN  BERMMMSNED  Asks British Labour Party's Support  In India's Struggle  London^cJEng.���������Mahatma.  stalked  into  the   "Mother  of  and pleaded  for  the  support    in  Gandhi  Parlia-  British  India's  ministers  are  taking a  10. per  cent.  cut.  Prime   Minister   Ramsay   MacDonald replied to one of the opposition's ments'  many questions with the declaration Labour Party's  that it had  always  been  understood struggle for independence,  the Government, departments making He had been    invited    to    address  cuts in expenditures could adjust the labour members,  of    the    House    of  burdens;  a step "that could be taken commons psrivately regarding India's  without materially affecting the bud- ciatms.  ge������. ���������SvS_aa.s3, j     ������je gaig njs case was complete in-  When   the  House  returned   to   the dependence for Ind.a, the same as that  emergency    budget,    D.    G.    Logan, enjoyed  by Great Britain. He would I Columbia;  Laborite, declared to the amusement accet no compromises he said. After-S     "The Provincial Government of Al.  FOR RELIEF WORK  ARE OUTLINED  Ottawa, Ont.���������A review ocf Canada's  unemployment problem, and an outline of the relief measures which are  being taken by the Federal Gove-n-  ment* in. co-operation with the provinces and municipalities is outlined ih  a statement issued by Hon. G- D.  Robertson," Minister of Labour.  "Relief of the farmers in the drouth  stricken areas of the prairie provinces constitutes* the most difficult  problems In western Canada, but this  ought not to be confused with unemployment arising from industrial  and commercial fluctuations.  "Some substantial projects in the  urban centres have been tentatively  approved, and the Minister of Agriculture {Hon. Robert Weir), is actively directing the farm relief pro?.  gramjse Sn those areas, particularly ,  in Saskatchewan, as well as assisting  in the relief of unemployment in the  cities and towns.  "In western Canada substantial  park areas in Alberta offer opportunities for the creation of considerable  useful work in delimiting park boundaries, clearing and building-roads and  opening up avenues of communicatfbn  between park areas, of which-Jasper  and Banff are centres, as'well as some  similar works in parks located in  Manitoba,  Saskatchewan and British  of the House there was neither soul  London,     Eng.���������After    sharp    ex-'nor sympathy "in this damnable coal-  changes over unrest in the  Atlantic ition."    He challenged every member  ward  he  answered   the  questions   of  various Labour members.  fleet    during    a    turbulent    question  hour, the House of Commons wander-  of the cabinet from the Prime Minister down-wards, to do battle with him  ed   placidly   through   the   emergency tn his  constituency cfc Scotland, Liv  Convict Taking Arts Coarse  budget's   proposals   to   increase  duties -on beer and tobacco.  The Government had comfortable  majorities on the two proposals���������131  on the beer duties and 74 on the  tobacco duties.  All   the   storm", in   the   House   was  provoked  by  the  brief  statement  o'f.13^?^  Sir Austen Chamberlain, first lord of;  the a<^^l^|^thie-effect the Board j   ..Winnipeg,  __-...     A _*.____.:__:*.������^_Y''���������!_____   -Y__        _--       __'_'���������.   '���������__-_i_--������.������       . nri'sl  tho  erpool,   the   seat  represented   for   so  University   Work   Sent   To   Youthful  long by tha late "Tay Pay" O'Ccnnor,  Irish Nationalist.  Wheat Qnai^ Is Higir  berta has concluded an agreement with  the Federal Government respecting  both provincial and municipal undertakings in that province, and, like Ontario, it is expected that substantial  relief will accrue to the larger urban  centres by the -withdrawal of transients and single men, who may be  wisely assisted in the outside undertakings,  both in parks  and  on  pro-  Long-Termer __n Portsmouth  Prison  Kingston, Ont.���������For  the  first time  in the history-of Queen's University, t vincial roads.  a convict in Portsmouth penitentfary \     "The Province of British Columbia  has made application, to enter in, arts j is. suffering   particularly   because   of  If  A _y .course .and da-_tis studies cextra-mu-  rally in prison.     The  applicant  is  a  In    the    past  five years he has passed. all Ontario  Not    Better    Than  Previous Year  Man.���������The   milling   and 1������������������^������*^**^  of   Adi__$_&ity  hadYagreed   to   re-ex-. baking   -quality* 7of- .'Canada's\   ne?,      ������������������,������-���������., a ���������������������������.������.������������������������__   *������������������.'-_������_  ���������������������������������������������'.���������      _Yy '- ���������--������������������-���������' .       , ������   -v .   : x-_.^������- ���������__���������:,������������������ ���������-.__.__w_*f-v~_.iiT.v-u__^t.  n������_i  departmental examsnatsons  from  en-  amme the    ^oposed    reductions    in ; wheat^r^ ^excep^na^.ga a^ tt^ice to high school.    The university  naval pay and to consider-any cases, -  equal,  a not.oetter,  than   _hat of ^^    ^m    ^.^ ^ ^ the head  of alleged hardship.     In view of this &ny   year   tested   by   the   Dominion   ���������"������^^J^J!^������������������j^-J^"^J?^"���������  decision  the  vessels   of  the  Atlantic | Grain Research Laboratory it was an  fleet have been ordered to proceed tOjn������unce<*-  their home ports, he added. .  .  -.      .  .   . ,  pies received to date and -which have  just been examined under the direc  Laborites immediately seized on  this brief statement. There was a  clamor from the opposition benches  for immediate debate. The Oovern-  ment remained adamant. The opposition, then put a. motion that the J  The weight per bushel of the sam- I  of the    extra-mural    department    at  i Queen's. '.-���������'.'.  -four Straight Records  I     Quebec,  Que.���������Tha Canadian Paci-  tio~n ot F. xliir_hard7^e about the  fic 3iner "Empress of Britain," dock-  same as last year, with the yield of ���������S ** Quebec. August 31, made its  flour comparing favourably. The pro- fourth strmght record of the Atlantic  teih content is much higher than the  journey,   from  land  to land, in four  days, nine hours and 23 minutes. This  the-- contraction, in the lumbering and  mining industries. Field crops in that  province, as in the eastern provinces,  have been quite satisfactory as to  voltune, but not so satisfactory as to  sales prices obtainable.  "Manitoba has ^already commenced  some highway construction work and  a substantial programme of municipal projects will be submitted for  approval shortly.  "There are many indications that  the nation-wide depression is passing  and that Canada may look forward  with reasonable assurance that, as in  every similar previous experience, she  will emerge earlier than some other  House suspend the 11 o'clock closing, ������^"^rades ^srt ^ f "ce^ti^alfv ls the fastest    time    in   which    this ; countries to a new era of progress.  rule,, but the Government had a com-|ferent   ������?ades   also   is   exceptionally  fortable majority, to defeat it by 286  to 195 votes.  In an uproar of questions from the  opposition and retorts-from, the Government benches, the Laborites asked  if the unemployed whose benefits had  been cut, would also be considered.  They wanted to know if the soldiers  and policemen would likewise be consulted about their reductions. They  remarked on the fact that some of  the naval rates of pay have been cut  by. 25 per cent, while the first lord of  the admiralty and some other cabinet  good.  stretch   of water  has   been   covered.  The baking quality is excellent, the!Ttae learner carried nearly 1,000 pas  report says, and the flour absorption  is higher and the loaf volume greater.  Superiority O! British Films  Toronto, Ont.���������i-The increasing superiority of British motion pictures  has led to the establishment in England of branch United States studios  according to F. S. Royell, Canadian  representative for British International pictures. "Hollywood is alarmed," he commended.  sengers and 21 automobiles.  To- Cut Fire Breaks  Victoria, B.C.���������Work to the extent  of 14,000 man-days will be created by  the definite decision of the Provincial  Government to proceed with the cutr  ting of fire breaks and patrol lanes  ih six forest areas of the province.  Approval to proceed with this scheme  as part of the relief program of tbe  province has been received from  Ottawa,  \ During the past week, however,, the  transportation situation seems to be  improving and it may with reasonable  confidence be expected that railway  earnings will-show'better results during the next few weeks than they did  In the month of August, owing to the  'fact that the crop% movement is later  this year than last year.  FAMOUS AIR GIANT TO BE SCRAPPED FOR ECONOMY'S SAKE  Radio Development  Of  A.,  the  Ottly 20 talking picture., wore pr<_������  ducad ln Italy In the loot year.  W.   N.   XJ.   1008  To the millions of Can ad Ian. i who-had tho good fortune to witneus ,tho. British alt1 monarch, RplOO, In flight  ovor Eaatcrn Canada following: hor Atlantic trip a year ago, the nown that Bho i������ to he scrapped as part of tho  Motherland's "strict economy" plan, will bo accepted with .great regret. It fjeem*. a pity after apendli-K moro than  $2,000,000 in hor construction, that the Britiah Air Ministry havo to make wuch a drastic move. Above aro two familiar pictures, taken In Montreal, allowing the giant dirigible anchored to the a.roblp mast at St, Hubert, ft������d a clone-  iip of tlie cat-walk by which p-UMiengora and crew board the alrtthlp.  Col.   Steel   Appointed    To   Staff  Research  Council  Ottawa,    Ont.;���������Lleut.-Coh    W.  Steel, M.C.,   who   has   directed  radio development of the Department  of National Defence, has been appointed to the staff of the National  Research Council, it is announced.  Starting October 1, he will have  charge of-the council's radio research  programme.  Colonel Steel has had a distinguished career in both military and radio  fields,, he has represented Canada at  numerous international radio conferences and he accompanied Premier R.  B. Bennett to the last Imperial Conference,  Radio research Tm������ been asHlprned  a - .definite place in the plana ofJ the  National Research Laboratories, and .  many problems of a technical nature  will be ilealt with under the direction  of Col. Steel.  'mlii nn i --i i ii ii' -if -*-,ir;   .  ': Completing Phgiur Four, Stonuw _ ._ ^  Calgary, Alberta. ��������� Arrangements  Cor the payment of the five-cent Dominion Government bonua on wheat  Is nearlng completion In Alberta. Office supplies and other equipment required In distributing the bonus have  arrived at the Alberta wheat pool head  otHce. They will toe wont to pool ele������  vntor ngentn immediately, it wan stat������ THE  CBESl-Off  REVIEW  mgj  ������  usiness in the  City  You can save time "end money  bjr talking over the long-distance telephone instead of  going~in person.  A conversation by telephone  brings you into as close contact  with a person as an interview���������  and often gets more concentrated] attention.  Numbers can be got easily and  quickly, without fuss or bother.  Ask Long-Distance Rate Clerk  for rates and*inforsnation.  Cranbrook and W. V. Jackson of  Creston, who judged the roots  and vegetables.   Following is a  list of the prize winders:  Home Cooking    -  Jelly roll���������Mrs. Davidge.  Iced layer cake���������Mrs.  Dalbom,  Mrs.  Hackett.  Decorated cake homemade icing���������Miss  L. Benedetti.  Fru't cake���������Mrs.  Mrs. R. Uri.  Bathie, Mrs, Crook,  ir ������_������i-*ir__-__  I\UUiGI!a}  TnlAnhAnit  ItSICpiIUSIC  UUi  LIMITED  Doughnuts���������Mrs. Joy. :  Small     cakes,      4      varieties���������Mrs.  Davidge.  4 pastries���������Mrs Hackett.  "White     loaf,     Ellison      flour���������Mrs.  Hackett.  Bread     buns,     Ellison     flour���������Mrs.  Hackett.  White   loaf,   Royal   household���������Mrs.  Bond   Canyon.  Six tea biscuits. Magic Baking Powder  ���������Mrs. Wall, Mrs. Hackett, Mrs. Eakin  Mrs. M. Hagen.  Raisin pie���������Mrs. Hackett, Mrs. 3by.  Lemon pie���������Mrs. Hackett.  Apple . pie���������Mrs.     Davis,     Mrs.   M.  Hagen.  Brown loaf���������Mrs* Davis.  Butter and Eggs  Carrots���������S. TM-Oon.  Tomatoes���������S. Moon.  * Potatoes���������Mr������.M. Hagen.  Display products grown on owr ranch  ���������S. Moon, Miss L. Benedetti.  Collection vegetables���������Mrs. Kanakin  Colored Embroidery  Sofa pillow���������-Mrs. Towson.  Buffet set���������Mrs. Nathorst.  Bridge cloth���������?t_rs. Es.k_r_.  Bedspread���������Mrs. Hackett.  Any other article���������Misa D. Butterfield.  White Embroidery  Cut work���������Mrs.'Williams.  Any article���������Mrs. Joy.  Crochet    trim   tea   cloth���������Miss   L.  Benedetti.  Three      pieces      crochet���������Miss     I_.  Benedetti. "  m - .  Needlework  Any    artlcla     in     patchwork���������Mrs.  Hackett.  Baby's white dress -Mrs. Towson.  Ladies' beach pyjamas���������Mrs. Williams.  Hooked    rug���������Mrs.     Hackett,    Mrs.  Dalbom.  Homemade quilt-  Wynndel Fair  Scores Success  Pound  Davis.  Dozen  Abbott.  butter���������Mrs.    Towson,    Mrs.  ���������D_.II-   Canned Goods  Collection jams, Memba���������Mrs. Bathie.  Collection       Jellies,        Memba���������Mrs.  Bathie.  Collection  Mrs. Davis.  preserves���������Mrs.     Bathie,  -Mrs. Davis,  Mrs.  ���������Mrs. Hackett, Mrs.  Display Bigger and Better in All  Departments���������Success Financially���������Col. Masiandaine Officially Opens���������Prizewinners.  Wynndel    Women's   Institute  fall   fair,   on   Wednesday,    September 16th,    advertised  as the  * 'bigger and better fair" certainly  came  up  to   expectations.    The  exhibition   was    staged   in   the  .annex to  the Community   Hall,  with the main hall made available  for  the serving  of   refreshments  and a booth for the sale of work.  There was a large exhibit in all  classes, and the jadges had a  difficult task placing manj' of the  prizes. The school children's  section was much better than a  year ago; much more interest  being taken and greatly increased  competition.  The girls' comic dress parade  around the hall and through the  building caused quite a sensation,  and was won by Olive Uri as a  Nigger wench, and Margaret  Bathie second, as a witch. The  boys mouth organ contest was not  held, as there were not enough  musically inclined.  Every child under school age  received ten cents and promptly  proceeded to the bran tub which  offered most attractions for the  children until sold out. Balloons  and novelties sold well, as did the  other articles made up and donated by the members of the  Institute.  Ice cream and light refreshments were on sale and both of  these did well financially.  Tickets were sold on a hoked rug  and a three-tier iced cake but  have not been drawn for as yet as  the dance proposed for the  evening of the fair was postponed.  The fair was offcially opened by  Col. Maliandaine of Creston who,  in well chosen words, congratulated thc committee on the success  of their exhibition. He spoke of  the progress of Wynndel district  from what he remembered it and  hoped it would continue to  pragresR.  The judger. wore Mr. and Mrs.  Chalmers of Thrums, and Mrs.  -las. Johnstone of Nelson in the  cooking section;; Mra- Hayes and  MrB. Compton of Creaton, who  placed tlio au.ar.lH in the needlework cUihh, and   C.   \\. Twigg of  Canned vegetables-  Joy.  Collection pickels-  Davis.  Collection ketchup���������Mrs. Davidge.  Fruit and Vegetables  Wealthy apples���������Mrs. M. Hagen.  King apples���������Mrs. M. Hagen.  Wagener apples���������S. Moon:  Delicious apples���������A. Cameron"  Mcintosh Ked apples���������Mrs. Kanakin.  Bartlett pears���������Mrs. P. Hagen.  Flemish Beauty pears���������S. Moon.  Beurr d'Anjou pears���������Mrs. Wall.  Cleargu pears���������Mrs. UL. Hagen.  Plums���������R. Eakin, J. G. Abbott.  Corn3 stripped���������S. Moon.  Cabbage���������'Mrs.   Kanakin.  -Mrs. Kanakin.  Children's Section  Display of vegetables  E. Reid,- Jack W  collected���������Miss  Boquet Miss-  igen.  E Reid.  Airplane     model.     Grade     1���������Mike  Markin, P. Plotnikoff.  Crayon tints. Grade 2���������G  Uri.  D.awing,  Steiner. ^ -��������� -.  Penmanship, Grade 4���������J. Markin, G.  Steiner.  Ogilvie,  D.  Grade S���������R.   Hindley,   H.  Kootenay Fruit  IHBI6ATE0N and GOVERNMENT HlbliWAT  Entire 20 Blocks cost $45,000, plus  7 years taxes. Take $20,000  part cash, or $18,000 net cash  and turn over the title. These  Special Prices are void after  September 30 th,- 1931. Wire  reservations with deposit. First  come, first served. Owner leav-  ing for Europe, and price will  advance after that date.  Blook  No.  20....,  4   5   19   3   31.....  27 ,  21......  6......  7 ,  8 ,  0 ,  10   18   02 ,  18....  17   16   15   14....  AcroH  ... 5  ... 5  ... 5  ... 6  ... 5  .... 6  ... 7  ....  8  ... 5  ... 5  ... 5  ... 2  ... 6   11  .,..10  ...18  ...11  ....11  SpooIrU.  Pt'lee  $ 600  6215  650  67 &  750  775  800  850  1000  1025  1050  1075  1100  1150  1250  1375  1400  1425  1450  . 1475  Payment  $100  126  160  175  150  175  200  250  200  225  250  275  200  260  250  275  200  225  250  276  Onfth  Prlco.  $550  676  600  625  676  700  726  776  900  D25  050  976  1000  1060  1150  1250  1275  1800  1825  1850  Apple with twig and leaf shaded,  Grade _���������Olive Uri, Winnie Moon.  Essay, "How would you spend $5/'  Grade 6���������Leah Abqtt, Inith Wood.  Essay, "Why is Mother's Day kept?"  Grade 7���������Elmer Davis, Hilda Hagen.  Essay, "Weat .would you like to he on  leaving school?" Grade 8���������Ken.  Packman, Patsy Rhodes.  In connection with the prizewinners announcement is yet to  be made of the winners of the  three special prizes to be given  exhibitor making most entries,  family scoring greatest number of  points, and the individual making  most points. The drawing for  the rug and fruit cake will be  made at the next social - function  put on hy the institute which  will be held shortly to raise funds  for the children's Christinas tree.  The gross intake at the fair was  about $150, and includes receipts  from the two raffles, admission  and entry fees, and sale of work,  bran tub, ice cream, tea, etc., and  when to this is added the money  donated toward the prize list it  will seem that the fair was a great  financial success.  A special mention is due W. J.  Cooper, who put in more than a  few hours constructing t"he tables,  etc., on which the exhibits were  displayed, and this good work so  well and cheerfully done is much  appreciated by those in charge of  the fair.  Members* of the Institute  labored so uniformly well to make  the exhibition a success that it  would be unfair to single out any  particular member for special  mention, and credit for the  "bigger and better" fair belongs  in equal measure to Mrs. J. J.  Grady, Mrs. R. Dalbom, Mrs. L.  H. Davis, Mrs. W. Greig, sr.,  Mias Thomas, Mrs. W. Greig, jr.,  Mrs. R. Uri, Mrs. Cliff. Gregory,  Mrs. Rhodes, Mrs. Crooks, Mrs.  Geo. Huseroft, and the president,  Mrs. H. A. Bathie,  The C.P.R. has cut the service  between Crgubroofc and ��������� Golden  to one train a week���������Wed nesd ay$  ,'���������   '" ���������. ���������' ���������.   ..-'*���������   '���������-���������������������������   ' ��������� '"> -:������������������������������������ :':''-"~''\  At Pentieton the attendance-  at the high and nublic schools is  less than at opening day a year  ago.  The Kootenaian claims that  fishing in the main lake at Kaslo  is getting worse ahd worse each  year.  Kimberley is claiming a population of 4000. Twenty years  ago it was a mere tented mining  camp.  Kaslo board of trade favors the  southern link of the trans-Canada  highway coming via Nakusp and  Kasio.  20 acres of the McCrindle  place,  near   Cranbrook,  will   be  utilized as a Dominion  demonstration farm.  Grand Forks has a record  attendance in both the high and  public school. There were 44  new beginners.  Boys riding bicycles on Rossland sidewalks-have become so  numerous that the police have  been notified to stop it.  Even at a price of $10 a ton  the canneries will only be able to  handle 12 per cent, of the Okanagan tomato crop this year.  An Okanagan selling agency as  io try out B.C. apples on the  Greece market. Last year 6O'O0O  boxes of U.S. applet were sold  there.  The hill on the North and  South' highway from the Rath  cutout into Porthill is now completely gravelled. The work cost  $4000.  Lutheran - ChjUrch  ^ REV. C. BAASE, Pastor.  7.30 p.m.-  10.00 a.m.-  11.00 a.m.-  -Evening Service ���������-"���������������������������  -Sunday School.  -Service- in German.  Everybody welcome.   Unchurched  specially invited.  O; Co WRkmzNOH  AUCTIONEER       v  CRESTON       ,-        B.C.  Sales conducted in any part of Valley.  Arrangements for sales can he made  with Chas. Murrell.  i roewn  U  I have secured the Philco  agency for Ceeston and District and ��������� have on display  Highboy Model 70, "7 Tube  Superheterodyne, complete  with tubes, for $105.  Call in and hear this  wonderful machine.  There are models ranging  from $83.50 , to $410 to  choose from.  Yoh can have either Electric or Battery type.  V. MAWSON  CKESTON  ���������aa(itiai!  ."_>������-  . A. A. __.. _-.__. __.__. __.__.__���������_-_  _____k______M._________  -Ta     I������������f10fl@^  If you intend building-new buildings or repairing old ones now is the time to do so.  I have reduced the price on all No. 1 Dimensions, Boards and  Shiplhjt$3.00 per thousand.  J sell No. 1 XXX Shingles in Five Thousand lots  at $3.50 per thousand.  I also have a good supply of CEMENT, BRICK and  GYPROC on hand.  .  GHAS. O. RODGERS  WTM������  .���������>ifi?".T������'T^T,T,ni'r  ���������V W'T"  ��������� f "y.y v 'T't'^'f*   T'l'f't  __-. 4-.__i i _.���������__��������� ���������_���������_-___>-__���������_��������� .__���������_____��������� ���������Ii .__.__._h.__.__. -ti_i ___rnP r TW T ifl^~      -      p ^T ~ __.-._-.-__.- __. .__.- __.___. . __.-.__.  ____.  KING GEORGE HOTEL, CRESTON, EI.G_  or MIAMI, Fk, U.S.A.  After October 1st, Xtoynl Daniiih Yacht  Club, Copon-Hitfc.., Denmark.  After December Jot, Uoynl Morocco  Y.M-hfc  Club, M-M"i.a-]_<\ Kmnco.  After January Int, permanent Miami,  Yndht Club, Mlom., Pla.. U.S.A.  with  uaranfee  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER    ������L     MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  4  4  4  4  4  i  4  1  <  Tm^m^r*mf4**mff*r*mmmmmmrmmftfmW^  ******* n mmmrmmf ***������>*'**������***>* ywwyn mmmm**^***!***^  This year's high and public  school attendance at Rossland is  just over 500. ' /  In the James Bruno garden at  Grand Forks are some sunflowers, >  11 feet 8 inches long.  With the saw-nil- closed at  ���������Lumbprton most of; tho men have  registered as uuemployed.  Due to its Buperior protein  content wheat from thc dyked  lands in tho Kootenay volley is  fetchit-K a premium o_ 27 cents a  bushel over the Seattle price"  Travelling abroad?  i__i__.i.ii.i._____________________________nn_rTT___-- ���������rrrrir'Trnr-iW  ur   -n- i rmn_n__nui   i..i   n    uniiii   .1   i-nr.wu_ia.__w  .1 ���������    ���������       1 rmn.irr.u inn  A^ETTBR-OF-GREDIT from the bank  ._ ������TTL will ho honoured liy our Banking oor-  rcapondent- In nil porta of die World, and  will obHit. lor you mnny little courtesies that  to visitor fro* a aflrao^C) HoimD m u\am<dh appreciates*  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  head omcE - Tomoiifc.  CKESTON        .       ~       _. j. s.W- CLOWES, Manager  Bronchos -of Nolaon, Br. .wm<*fm, Ctar.brook* r������yri.S������. THE  CBB8T0K  BEYI-EW  Local and Personal  Mr. and .Mrs. J_C; M.. Porter and  children %i Calgary* Alberta, 'spent a  couple of days here at the grst of the  week, guests .'of Mr. and Mrs. R. J.  Forbes.  The Presbyterian Sunday school is  having the usual Rally Day exercises on  Sunday, September 2?th, at 10-30 a.m.,  to which the parents are invited to be  present. "->-���������"  FOR SALE���������Southport White Globe  onions,  well   cured,  excellent  keepers.  Individual    Squash,    <3arrots,_ Beets,  Parsnips,      Netted'   <3em  Richardson, Erickson.  Potatoes.  Mr. and Mrs. Vic. Mawson were weekend visitors with ffiends at Yahk. That  town had a hail storm that afternoon,  about the time Creaton was being  drenched with rain.  showing-the effects of the cold dip On  Wednesday there ivas five degrees -of  -frost,y  The Junior W.A. of Christ Church are  having a bridge drive in the Parish Hall-  on Friday evening, September 25th, with  cards to start at 8.16 prompt The  admission is 50 cents.  Rev. J. A. Mawhinney of Nelson was  in   charge   of  the  evening  service  at  Trinity United Church on Sunday, in. an  exchange of work with Rev. R. E. Cribb,.  who took service at Nelson.  H. Bush of Calgary, Alberta, genera!  manager for Scott Fruit Companys  Limited, spent a couple of days here this  week making an inspection x>f the firm's  operations at Creston and Erickson.  Ono  The official thermometer showed  degree    of    frost   both   Monday  and  Tuesday mornings and  garden   stuff  is  The October meeting of the Presbyterian Ladies' Auxiliary will be held at  the home of Mrs. Telford. Erickson,  Friday, October 2nd, at 3 p.ra. Cars  will be at the nostofiiee corner at 2.45.-  ___.  I  TB? OUR SFBV-GEL YGIRL LIKE IT  MOTORS  Now carrying for yoar  inspection the New and  Improved  Crestland  Fruit    Corpany   packing  house staff is operating at full strength  commencing   Monday,  when   the  Mcintosh    Reds    started    coming  in  in  -  quantity and the grader  was   put  into  -   nneKat_0___ \    ���������     '���������.'.' ' .   '���������  -Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Walmsley of. Van?  conver spent a short visit here -at the  first  of   the   week with   the  former's  FOR SALE���������The Erickson Hotel  building and four acres of land, $1000 for  all   this  property.   F. Rosen,   Canyon,  B.C. . ^YYfe.:   <���������'"].    -'- :   h:  ��������� A opportunity to. inspect the needier  ^.orfethat ������ron tlie silver cup at the  Visuicpuver exhibition last-month will be  afforded on Tuesday afternoon, September 29th; ifrem 3 to 5 o,clack, in  Trinity ~Vn$i^:;.j^ut<ih . basement at  which 'the\ySv:oiweii's-Institute will have a  .siiyer.tH^  PubliCT^-jbpli^ Manning made  ^es^juftrt^^di^last week, while naak-  ing his;'failr{yMs6 of inspection to the  rural Mftoois:Y Commencing next month  a su^rf&^iclioo- is to be opened, at  Kitchener, where there is prospect of 12  students for the first and second year  high school work._  A splendid opportunity presents itself  on Saturday afternoon to secure farm  equipment, 1 furniture, as well as a  quantity of. pouiiry in the auction sale at  the John Sherwood ranch, commencing  at 1.80 p.m., with auctioneer Jas.  Compton in charge. Mr. Sherwood has  sold his place and is moving to Creston  to reside.  It has been, suggested to the secretary  of the Farmers' ibstitute that there be a  co operative shipment of hogs to the  B.C. Livestock Exchange at Vancouvet.  Erickson citizens were certainly  carrying four leaf���������clovers at the 'K.P,  dance at Creston on Friday^ nighit.  Miss K. Littlejohn and RobertT Dodder  bringing home cash first prizes in tte  lucky drawing contest. '    .*���������  Lewis Littlejohn was one of a numb, r  of Masons frem Creston Lodge who were  at Kimberley on Saturday night for a  big gathering of East Kootenay and  Pass Masons in that town. that evening.  Mr. and Mts. Coates of Bellvu*.  Alberta, who have been visitors at their  ranch here, left for home on Sunday.  Miss June Irving of Winnipeg, Man.,  is a visitor here at present, a guest of her  grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bell.  T. Lang and S. Seright of Calgary,  are visitors this week with Mr. and Mrs.  H. Clements.  oe Repairing  All Work Guaranteed  Worn ready wsien  promised.  Charges reasonable.  Satisfaction  *********** n fsSfS  . mB*������~mWnGMB������  Shoe and  Harness   Repairing  ������*ayaBUb_  HERE ISA NEW ONE!  .  iwmrocii-i  .m^m\m%M'\\%3  ���������  Full Stock of Radio and  Car Accessaries.  Get your car tuned up for  easy winter starting.  Creston  _  Q������  ?__������.-���������_��������� ja ���������  M^MMMMma^MMM^ama.  the Banff-Windermere highway,  Jas. Cook, chairman of the school  board, is at ChHliwack this week attending the annual, meeting of the B.C.  Trustees' Association. He will return  via Medicine Kat and Calgary, where he  will spend a few days on business.  Mrs.  A.   15.   Manuel  was  reBewing  acquaintances in Creston at the end. of  the week, and left on Tuesday for a visit  with Mr. and Mrs, W. S. Bush at  Spokane, before going to Vancouver,  where bdp will be. making her home in  future.  Rev. H. A. Kennedy, of the theological college, in Vancouver, was the  preacher at Christ Church on Sunday  morning, and also at the harvest thanksgiving service at Wynndel in the afternoon. He was" a guest of Rev. T. Scott  at the rectory.  After another spell of showery weather  things had dried out sufficiently to resume wheat cutting on the Reclamation  Farm on Tuesday afternoon, and eight  combines are now at work. Up till  Thursday noon a t tal of '25 . cars of  wheat have been shipped.  NT MOUTH WASH  ���������m'. ���������wm" v . 'Vfr.-ry  .'ryrry  "9 <-i^l,w?JJ"1ai"Vu������u*'���������"*.*���������������"  m^-w'9mm>mv -���������<-������������������  ���������  Mow is the Time J  In the coming six months your house will be  your warmest friend.  Is your Furnace in proper  .    working order  If not, let us make it sr for you before cold weather sets in. PERHAPS  NEW GRATES or other parts needed. We know where" to get  them for you quickly. As for the Plumbing problem, it is easily  settled now, as prices on fixtures are lower now than ever;beft>re.  Give us a call, and we ill gladly come and. with figures,.convince  you, that we sell cheaper than any mail order house, and that the _r  quality is better.   Call now.  father, R. Walmsley.   They are on their As prices in their last bulletin compare  Wedding trip, and left here for a trip over  favorably with  I oca. prices for dressed  __._-_ a-._...^���������������������.-..___ *_____         - pork-the Institute^would like to hear  from any who have hogs for market as to  the number, and If sufficient a car lot  shipment will be arranged.  . Messrs.-W-. - Kernaghan, Dan MacDonald, L.-Littlejohn, h. RrWe, John  Bird,. M. R.. * Joyce, W. Fraser. Col,  Mallandaine and C. F. Hayes were a  delegation from Creston Masonic Lodge  to visit at Kimberley on Saturday night  when the lodge in that town had a visit  from Sentinel Lodge, Hillcrest, Alberta,  the feature of which was the exsmp-  lefication of the third degree by the  visitors. At the ..close there was a  banquet spread and the usual speech-  making. Tne gathering wafs a very  large one, fully 150 beihg in attendance.  Complaints are altogether too common  of rank- carelessness being shown by  hunters���������and the shooting season hardly  two weeks old. One of the worst ca.es  reported is the shooting of a three year  old heifer owned by J. W. Dow which  was killed last week in the vicinity of  the small slough.   The animal   was  not  which time a  animal >had  almost perished as well. Game warden  Ewart has this'and other cases in hand  and if apprehended the guilty parties  wiii be dealt with as severely as the law  permits.  Do you know that when you give the  children candy you are feeding them all  the elements of healthinl .nutrition���������iron,  lime. phOspliorous. proteins, carbonde-  hydrates;"aacl.:.iats?^-And "hat is good  for the children'.Is go#3 for mothers alBO  Dr. Bunderson, president of the American Health Association, says, "Some  people think candy is fattening, but it is  like everything else, it isn't the use that  harms, it is the abuse." The children  and yqurself will enjoy St. Clair Pepper-  int Toffee.'-a. smooth, creamy fondant^  in a casing of pure, rich, boiled candy.  Creston Drug & Book Store has just  received a "new shipment and they are  only 50 cents a pound.  IN THHEE SIZES  35c_  5c t  1.10-  The approved way to use a mouth wash is to  fill an ATOMIZER with full strength Antiseptic  Pepsodent or Lisfeerine and spray the mouth. This  reaches'all the tissues in the mouth and throat and  costs less because it uses less.  %     With I yil UnUD 9b DUUR d I Ulf t  fT? THE REXALL STORE:  Jf' GEO. H. KELLY     ;. *> *  fej5  ���������__     ->   ,   ...      _L      ������,^||ft|  missed for three da^ jby.,..  .small cWlf running with the  STEENSTRUP &_ REED  a__J-__W.  A_aJaa������4������a_fr_Ua..aah--___-_������<a___^  ���������da"  ���������  a  H  ���������  ������  H  H  ���������  ���������  H  a  a  a  ��������� '  ���������  m  m  a  a  H '  u  ������  a  a  a  With our large fleet of Trucks and  drivers who know their business  we. are better prepared than ever to  give you prompt and satisfactory  Frait hauling   service at   the right  ��������� ���������__���������_ A.BA   A.*->JU  ' * - ^~ r* n^rr i*t^iti _^i-"mi ftiA i' m\m f1 'i^n * i-*m i*r>l*1������  ^im* ��������� if^fn^i _ii^li tTm  1-E^EHE AGAIN  We are equipped for and SPECIALIZE in  APPLE HAULING  Will gladly quote prices on hauling your fruit  to your local dealer.  WE SOLICIT A TRIAL.  vlm������L^ 8  r.O.BoX .s.  ALBERT DAVIES  PHONE 13  mj.y^. rvnilf.y.T.v.rryflTnl.T.y.tl.1r.  ���������������������������������-������������������^���������yv-yv *  mrnmm,,mmm"' _ ���������*���������  ATTHEHOSPITAL  The matron wishes to hank Wynndel  Anglican Woman's Auxiliary for their  kind donation of fruit and vegetables  from the harvest thanksgiving festival  on September 20th at Wynndel.  Miss Helen Dzvigola. who has been a  patient for the past three weeks,  suffering from burns, is expected to go  home this weelc.  Orin-Plumb, who was admitted at the  middle of the month suffering from gun  shot injury, is progressing favorably.  Harry Demchuk was  appendicitis,      and  favorably.  operated on for  is      progressing  price.     TELEPHONE 2L  H  MJH _____ __"<__ WSh Wm  M npi m.  :McCREATH.  Solo aRont for GAI..T COAT..  ,���������  , i . ��������� wi  *CI������* .���������*.������".������***.'������nmtmun*tf-_.aH'ao^'i.o������wnoaattu-������y_uV._--������,--������-'--.'.-.-i..ii.'iiia'������w.ii'ai'a������i  Mrs. Robert Loworison had the misfortune to fall (Mel fracture hor kneo cap,  and is a patient this weolt.  rhnft  consists in spending less than  you earn.  If by careful economy you can.'  save money, you have taken a  long &Zep toward contentment-  We pay interest on. Savings balances and shall welcome your  adconnt. ^  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20^000^*00  Reserve Fund $20*000,000  Branch  R. J. Forbes, Manager  ErlGJto&tm  nt  of  Is  Mrs. R. Thurston has boon vial ting  Cranbrook tho past wceki a uueBt  Mra. C.3J. Twigg. ":  Frank Cell! of  Coloraan^ Alborta,  Bpondtngafow dayo hero looking nftor  fall oporationn on tho ranch.  ..    .       i   ���������  Innpoctor Dlnnle and Supt. Coiloy of  Calgary^mado their annual InspootEon of  IMclmon poatolllce last w������<_k.  Frank Staples of Inverrhiir.. w������ih r������oin-  Wnhig buuhi������������a with pWtitiro on n viailt  here over tho weolncnd.  '"*^'^'**^**'"^A*A'^^"^^       ^   '     ^'^ ^^   '    ^~   "   ^    -     J____.________L.-____..      ___���������      _     ___     -      __^      f      ^ -.    -^    p     f\g^       1j_L.|-_^_-__l|||r[__^|1|l1|i||-|.      ^    , ^    ,     ^||   ||     j^   fl    j|| fj   ^| Hf^gl jfc   || g^J|    ^ (l ^ll   ^  The Consolidated Mining &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd  TRAIL. British Columbia  MA^I^^^r������f Ammonium Phosphate  BRAND Sulphate of Ammonia  Chemical Fartilixcra Triple Sttperphmphate  Sold by NATIONAL FRUIT CO., NELSON  PRODUCERS & R13PINBR8  of  TAB AN AC  Brand  Electrolytic  .  ;  LEAD-ZINC  CADMIUM. BISMUTH  ^Vi_j>*#LjJf _ |u> 4<W ������>y. m  yf*r*AAL*y0 *>mM. w*^'+^**f*A-y**~ym ���������* seas  __as  THJ8   REVIEW.    CTRESTOI^.  Keneveo  wath Vapors  Snuff Vicks up  nose������ or melt in  hot water and  inhale vapors  ummr* *_ a dde wiwre  Tf SJmmllU       EJLfll  m  mmlmU. - V>_*  BRIERY TOLD  Lirae production in Canada during  1930 amounted to 490,802 tons,  valued at $4,038,698.  Miss Ruth Nichols, Rye, N.Y., aviatrix, has abandoned her plans for a  trans-Atlantic flight this  year.  Tne district of Fort William is to  have an experimental farm operated  "by ;the Provincial Department of  Agriculture, it is currently reported.  Headed by Hon. Vincent Massey, a  party of prominent Canadians sailed  on the "Empress of Canada" for  Hangc-iow, China, for tine conference  of Pacific relations.  Sailing alone around the world in.  a 37-foot "boat, Edward Miles, 52-  year-old Memphis, Tens., contractor,  arrived at Honolulu safely from Yokohama, which, port he left July 14.  A commercial treaty between Great  Britain and Brazil has oeen. signed at  Unique Scheme To  Prevent Fire Loss  Ir_ Saskatchewan  Sion. J. __. Sryant, SCO.,  Announces  -Details Of Province-Wide School  Competition To Promote Fire  Prevention  Saskatchewan has adopted a unique  method of:.; disseminating fire preven-'  tion education, which is designed to:  carry the message of "caution" into  every,home in the province, iising the  school children as the means to the  end.  Unique in conception and as a  method of propagandism, the scheme  also is unique in that no other province has anticipated it, and Saskatchewan can claim it as its own.  Author and sponsor of the scheme  is Hon. J. F. Bryant, K.C., Minister  of Public Works and Minister of  Telephones in the Saskatchewan Government. Mr. Bryant also is Minister  in charge of the Insurance and Fire  Prevention Department of the Government, and it was while acting in  this capacity that he realized the  necessity of instituting a vigorous  campaign  for   reduction   of  fire   loss  1  every home in Saskatchewan and that  the result will be a. marked decline  in the annual fire loss and a consequent drop in flre insurance premiums  in this province."  Inspiration for his scheme was  found by Mr. Bryant, in statistics  relative to Saskatchewan's 1930 fire  loss. These reveal that, during 1030,  Saskatchewan's fire loss aggregated  ?3,504,29S, which works out at ?4.0<i  per head of population. The number  of fires recorded totalled 2,558 ��������� an  average of seven fires a day throughout the year!  Canadian fire losses during the year  reached the huge total of $46,109,875  and, conjoined with this, fire took an  appalling toll of human life, 237 persons meeting their deaths through  flre in Canada, in 1930. In Saskatchewan, itself, 64 .persons have lost their  lives through fire in the last six years,  while some 119 persons suffered serious injury as result of fires. The most  regrettable feature of this human and  material waste is that the majority  of the fires reported were preventable,  *_:_.������������.������ *ix_-t     __-������._._.___,. o.*F*oeLB^ the. result ������f carelessness or of  Hon. Jf. F. Bryant, KC., Minister of reckleas <atsregard of obviously dan-  Public    Works    and    Minister    Of tgerous conditions.  Telephones   in   the   Saskatchewan'     An .average of  three  dwellings,   a  Government. ^ | store and a barn were destroyed daily  I by  fire in Saskatchewan during  the  hk������������~3- 7  .    .   - .     "Copies of the picture will be sent year 1930,    according    to    statistical  and flre  insurance premiums  by  the j to each school in the province in quan- 5 records   in   the  Fire   Preyeptiqn  Do  ei_____.ina.tion  of  palpable  Sre  hazards titiea sufficient for distribution among t partment of the Government.     These  from the homes.  Central feature of the scheme is a  sectional view of a typical Saskatch-  cVttS residence, showing, iu graphic  fashion, some 61 of the commoner  causes of preventable fires. Vivid  type directs attention to the various  hazards depicted, and a casual survey  will l eveal many such hazards in even  the "best of homes.  Copies of this picture or "hazard  chart" are being forwarded to every  school In the province for distribution  among the children attending school,  and it is proposed that the teachers  all   the   pupils   attending  the school, records indicate that, during the year,  The  teacher  is   expected  to  use   the 1,093 dwellings, 348 barns and granar-  chart in giving instruction in fire prevention,-and in teaching composition  and drawing. The pupil, in turn, is  expected to take the chart home, discuss it with his or her parents, and  then take steps to remove any fire  hazards that may foe found in the  home. ,  "The children then will fill out a  questionnaire, which is being prepared  "by the Fire Prevention Department  of the Government, and will write a  composition on "Fire Hazards: In Our  will uti*_-_e th*" cha** *n ���������eachins' fire  prevention, composition anddra^ing. t.**"^��������� ������������Ki what I  nave done to re  . __- ~_��������� The children are expected to take the jmovl thei?-       TJ1������  composition   and  the foreign office in Rio De Janeiro ,chart hoaile, discuss the subject-mat- questionnaire w_ll.be marked by the  tne zoreign omce, in rtio i->e Janeiro,- their   Barents    <������_ltp__   out  teacher   for   neatness,   accuracy   and  by Foreign Minister Afranio Melio JsLulU hazards Fn Sefr own homes'������rt������*2al*.\-*** to ?������ PUP������������ ohtsda~  Franco, and British Charge d'ASfairesiaad take steps to remedy any danger- im������ th\e ^Sbest standing in the school  Keeling. |ous   condition   found   to   exist.     lnd i a g^t copy of some well-known ^and  _r       .    u-      -*-,_.���������._._,+._*,.  -w~_���������������<-- ���������������there's something in it for the chii-  ���������"���������r "nn- ��������������������������������� '���������* -������_������__.__       ������������������*������  Naval ship construction costing mj<ire:n too!  excess of ������200,000,000 will be under j Realizing that some special incen-  way shortly after the United States jtive is required to arrest the atten-  Navy  Department   awards  contracts! **oa and grip the imagination of the  ��������� "^ -^ ! oV-sl-i-T-sr.      sn      *>._>*���������      -iT.t-_sT-_a_.f-     _*-i_.t.       l__  for the  building of 11   destroyers  to  cost a total of $50,000,000.  SHE HAD ^B CRAWL  Optu  One stair at a time���������on her Baric!*  and knees���������that v.'ag how she had to  do it. And v. hen she did get to bed*  her 5sro\������blcs Tvere not over.  " Twelve .months ago I coilM not  slcep on account of'the terriLle ���������pair::*  in my knees, and I might say in all my  joints. At night I could only crawl ui>  to bed, one stair at a time. But sh_c<v  taking Kruschen Salts regularly, I havo  cntii-ely lost all pains and stiffness,  and, if needed, could now run upstairs  two at a time. Iri fact, I feel 10 year*  younger. I shall never be without.  Kniseluy- Salts."���������Mrs. A. E. D.  Do vou realise what causes rheumatism ? Nothing but sharp-edged  uric acid crystals which form as the  result of sluggish eliminating organs-  Kruschen Salts can always be counted  upon to clear those painful crystal*  from the system. The six salts in  Kruschen are bound to dissolve away  all traces of uric acid. Arfd more I  They ensure such perfect internal  regularity that no such body poisons  as uric acid are ever able to accumulate  again. Prove this for yourself by  buying a bottle of Kruschen*  The United States has agreed to a  year's suspension of payment by Germany of the $9,000,000 due United  States interests under awards of the  mixed claims commisslon.  The Manitoba Government will ship  potatoes to the people of southwest  ! children so that interest may be  transmuted into action, Hon. Mr.  Bryant conceived the idea of a province-wide competition which, starting i  among the children attending a school  would -widen out to embrace the inspectorate and, after that, the whole  province. The competition bespeaks  the co-operation of the children, the  parents and the teachers, will represent definite accomplishment in the  removal of fire hazards, and undoubt-  ern Manitoba, where food supplies ed,y wiU do much to eliminate care-  . ��������� v-___.��������� -.__->___���������___- _.., _���������������������������������������������, ~f ��������� lessness and sheer indifference to dan-  have been depleted on account of ;g.erous condifcions from which the ma-  crop failures, it was announced. Cost jority of fires  originate.  of transportation will be borne by the  Government.  China and Panama were elected to  the council of the League of Nations  succeeding Persia and Venezuela,  whose representatives are retiring  after three years on the league's  executive board. Spain was re-elected.  Mexico and Hungary each received  two votes.  ' Captain Ft. A. Eden, under-secretary  for I^orcig-n Affairs, announced in the  House of Commons that the British  Government is definitely opposed to  any postponement of the date of next  year's disarmament conference and  that that conference would meet next  February 2 as scheduled.  The nature and objects of the competition, told in Mr. Bryant's own  words, follow:  jp->i_"U_3._    Qv-vr__   tViii   ������H_-  EiWurutsil. 'J.illS  year, the book selected is "Lorna  Doone," R. E������. Blackmore'a famous  novel. The teacher will then send the  winning composition and questionnaire to the inspector for the district  who, assisted by a committee of  teachers, will select the best in the  inspectorate. The "pupil declared the  winner in this stage of the competition will be awarded a cash prize of  $5, and the pupil placing second -will  receive $3. The winning questionnaire and-composition in the" inspectorate then -will be forwarded to the  Department of Education, Regina,  where each will be carefully scrutinized and marked, and the pupil adjudged to have turned in the most  meritorious performance in the province will be given choice of a Shetland pony or a bicycle.  In this way, it is hoped that the  ies, and 348 stores. were razed by  fire, the toll of the fire fiend being  augmented by 33 garages, 31 elevators, 30; hotels, 28 schools, 14 theatres,  eight pool rooms, and eight churches.  . That carelessness and indifference  to consequences -were contributory  factors to the severe losses suffered is  revealed by the tabulation of definitely ascertained causes, which indicates  that. 230 of the fires reported were  caused by careless smokers, 196 by  overheated stove pipes, 157 by defective chimneys, 142 by careless hand-  ting of gasoline, 50 by children playing with matches, 70 by defective wiring, 72 by lightning, and 29 by spontaneous combustion. Seven per cent.  of the fires investigated were of suspected incendiary origin*  Hon. Mr. Bryant found additional  inspiration for his campaign to spread  fire prevention education in the province, in the fact that, during 1931,  fire losses for the first six or seven  months are considerably in excess of  those reported for the corresponding  period of 1930. This* applies not only  to Saskatchewan, but to Canada as a  whole. The estimated fire loss in Canada from January 1 to July 31, 1931,  is $26,344,400, an increase of $10,719,-  8S5 over the loss suffere'd in the  corresponding period of last year.  Saskatchewan contributed to this increase, for,the records show the estimated loss in this province during the  six-month period, January 1" to June  30, as $2,311,261, which compared  with $1,918,157 for the corresponding  period of 1930, is an increase of $393,-  104. This loss was suffered in 1,320  fires, of which 586 were dwellings, 231  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  SEPTEMBER  27  THE   SPREAD   OF  CHRISTIANITY  IN ASIA  Golden Text: "They rehearsed all  things that God had done with them,  and that He had opened a door of  faith unto the Gentiles."���������Acts 14.27-  -Devotional' Reading: Matthew 13.  31-33. -   -   ���������    ���������   -  gospel   of fire   prevention wiil  reach  stores, and 262 hams  "Would Keep Him Busy  If a man could count 25 stars per  Becond, it would take him 700 years  to count all of them in the heavens,  according to an industrious astronomer In the observatory at Vatican  city.  Frozen lard in cakes of 28 pounds  wrapped in wax paper Is being exported from Brazil to European markets.  CORNS  STOP HURTING  "llNSmNT  RELIEF/  OUtriucliiMi   4_um_ncr ato-wfc  .v  KlKtrio U������* timauAut  M_i.MU<_<_ropco������4  .    ������f_ctlv������  rteview _sy means ������__ Auusions  Recall the story to which these  statements refer: N  Let us so live that others may take  knowledge of us that we have been  with Jesus.  We are In danger of obeying man  rather than God, of thinking more  about what others will say than,  about how God will judge.  "O little ship that rocked the wave  Bound for the Cyprian  shore,  Rare hostage to the world you gave  In him whose life you bore."  When men refuse to retain God in.  their knowledge, they can hardly expect to be secure f rorh the temptation  to bow before creatures of like  passions with themselves, whether  they be cunning adventurers or heartless., tyrants.���������The Christian. .  We are daily judging ourselves unworthy of divine grace in every act  of refusal to accept and rely oa it.���������  Lyman Abbott.  The world has often had its dreams  of gods who had come down in the  likeness of men, and even of a divine  influence pervading all things; but no  ethnic-religion has told how men may  come to God.-^���������H. E.- _7ox.  "The talk of Lenine was overbearing and belligerent as he breathed out  tbreatenings and - slaughter on the  road to Genoa."  St. Stephen did not get the bishop's  pay for that long sermon of his to  the Pharisees.���������Ruskin.  All souls that struggle and aspire,  All hearts of prayer by Thee are lit,  And dim, or clear, Thy tongues of fire  ���������Oa dusky tribes and twilight countries slt.-=-Whittier.  "Japan has seen believers scatter  abroad preaching the Word, and  many with one accord.giving heed to  the things that were spoken."  "Hitherto Christianity had imagined that men could only approach it  through the gate of the temple, but  at Antioch It discovered that the gate  of the temple was only one of a multitude of avenues."  I asked Benny in what part of the  Scripture be had found an allusion to  essays, and he at once explained that  thc man from Ethiopia was ���������settin'  in his carriage rcadin* essays.'"���������  Annie Trumbull Slosson.  JaUu rMilna *n UUA  ������hlmmq>  tMD1.������. w������rl������Mu  Pufdliur. eolith  MdlttinM  1IAS-AIE.D CHART FOR SASKATCHEWAN SCHOOL CHILDREN  Wiii   Be   Customs  Officer  .**$:!:..  Just a drop or two of Putnnm'a  Corn _____iractor, and tho pain goes  away, Relief In almost instantaneous.  Removing corns witb ,,a*ulnanii"������"' la  no cony, ao wure, i.a palulea���������������thousand., ubo thla wonderful remedy,  and nay Jt iii tlie bout. Don't nuiYor  any longer, ubo Puiimm'tt Corn XGx-  tractor, the ono sure relief for nore  coma. &o_d ab every drug otore, 35c.  PM|    ffi .IKBSHS.   L^ISj      j������X      ^  A   ������?  Vancouver Man Will Have Charge Of  Customs nnd Excise At Churchill  The honour of being flrst customB  and excise officer of the new port of  Churchill will belong to T. Ross Moul-  ton, of Vancouver, B.C.  Mr. Moulton will have charge of  tho entering and oloaring of vessolo  from tbe port during the despatch of  wheat from Canada's new grain port.  Churchill will not be the first port  this veteran customs officer has open-  ad, as ho was in charge of tho Yukon  In Its palmy days. He has been in "this  service for more than 30 yoara.  W.   _N,    U_    11.08  Quick action nnven tmnablc, worry,  Keep Douglas* JS&yptlan Liniment always handy. Stops blcodlng Instantly. Cautoriaca woundrt. Quickly relievo.. Barbar'a Itch and Ringworm.'  Prairie  Manufacturing  Manitoba  Continue.-   To  IahuI  Other  Pralrlo Provinces In <Jiutpufc  Manufacturing plants ln the Prairie  Provinces in 1029 turned out goods  with a groBS value of $352,907,078.  Thoro were 2,501 such establishments.  Manitoba continued to load with  products valued at. $164,90������,127; followed by Alberta ' with $107,556,7-12  and   Saskatchewan  with   $80,501,159.  Pouc lWlm������H.'_  InlO * w-urffl.-  diilk. Rub -IniiiMnt gontly ii. t  .__������_��������� apply it ���������ceordltta t������  tl.tttcttotw   ���������  .  autl toon  The capital Investment in the industries totalled $339,678,100 and the  number of employees was given aa  48,113/  The Oil Por tlio Fanner.���������A bottle'  of Dr. Thomas'  EJclectric Oil In  tho  farm house will save many a journey  for the doctor.    It is not only good  for the children   when    takon    with  I colds and croup, and for tho mature  1 who suffer from pains and achoa, but  i there  aro  directions  for   its   use   on  aick cattlor Thore should always be  a bottle of it in the house.  lAf*ht travels about a million times. .  fattier than  ciouml, and  therefore wo  moo tho lightning before wo hear tho  thunder; both, of enurm,, nro actually  Hlmultaneoufl. I  NftW Stamping Machine  The Daliy Mall roaontly announced  a now stamping and pressure machine which, It said,. \vould "revolutionise British Industry." The Mail  said the machine could be used ln  stampings of every sort, from watch  mochaniamH to motor car bodioa, and  for making nails, .brlckn and composition material!..  A new strain of popcorn has been  produced which popn com to a aur-  pr_ul__������ aiwo.  _ iom������   for  CHOCOLATE  MALTED MILK,  WISB MOTHERS ,\mv������ ������������������������  that m Full mIhw o&D-.Jm/*  Chocolate M������IUd Mllli ������w������IU  }h������lr Hill* on������i wh������n lH������y r������luin>  {.or* lehbol and play. Clilldran  , |ov������ lit dallcloii- -fo.er ��������� . ��������� .  II quickly railorai d������pUt������d ������n������  ���������ray and vlulli/. anil build* up  ���������bong, Uur_v Hum bodlaa.  %&  A%H/m*P GxmQmHtd  #"**-������ 0������'**'**  \%J3Cm*dtem&  CHOCOLATE  MALTED MILK  ���������mmSr  ������7^ ^r 5^ ffaH "^ gs  A.   ILlHt   Or   "Wanted   Invention*"   nnd  irull rnfarm-itlon Hani Waa On heanait,  tbe mmM uo. ^   ������v_ aw^.'oU _V^^ CKESTON,   B.   C.  Creani<  C*eamcd,C������lery, ������.___������,  Tcssato. Asparagus s_aS  essay, other -creamed  ia_og, together with  tmnu 100 other detlght-  Aal Kdta������a are dcacribed in our newFREE  cook book, "Ths Qoad Provider." It describes how flavor ia improved and how  oauntlesa dishes can be made with���������  13-cnrdLkVrtis  ST.CHARLES  MILK  ""*" "Borden Co.. t!l___te2r     St.cT_2  115 George Bt., Toronto  Send me a free copy of your new  cook book.  Hame~. ������������������������������������������������������������������������_ m������.mmmm-.;  mented. For a time he had- disappeared, and no one ever knew, either  then or later, how he had first faced  the grim tragedy which had overtaken him.  Jean had patiently awaited his return to Biernfels. When at last he  .came, he told her that it was the most  beautiful thing which could have happened���������that Jacqueline .should have  died in the zenith of their love.  "We never knew the downward  swing of the pendulum," he explained.  "And when we meet again it will be  as young lovers who have never  grown tired. I shall always remember Jacqueline as still perfectly beautiful���������never insulted by old age: And  when she thinks of me���������well. I'm  still c. 'personable' fellow, as they say  ������k   a- .. ������������������>���������... " ���������  ������������������y-tt:;ittM1f:Iike  i e _ttj3t������  \ * m mm 4*��������� .  & Look for tills mark on every tin.  It Is ��������� guarantee that Magic  Baking Powder docs not con-  Sain, slasi'or any hami-uK insr������-  diehta  ���������"������������������'  THE HOUSE fflV  BREAMS-COME-TRUt   ' T>-_r      ��������� '- , .  ���������-���������    JU������ JL     '   MARGARET PEDLER  Author Of  "The Splendid Folly," "Tho Hermit  Of Far End."  Hodder & S tough ton, Ltd., I_ondon.  CHAPTER I.���������Continued.  The birth of Jean, two years after  their marriage, had been frankly regarded by both of them as an inconvenience. It interrupted their idyll.  They were so essentially lovers, that  no third:���������not even a. third Tborh of  love's consummation~-could he other  than superfluous.  TWow *_n__ Tvrr-c^ederi tn **hift- the  aew responsibility with char a. faaristtc  lightheartedness. A" small army of  nursemaids and governesses was engaged; and later, when Jean was old  enough, she was despatched to one oi  the best Continental schools, whilst  her parents continued their customary happy-go-lucky existence uninterruptedly. During the holidays she  shared their wanderings, and Egypt  aad the southern coast of Europe became familiar places to her.  At the age of seventeen, Jean came  home to live . at Beirnfels. .thenceforward regarding iier'; unpractical  parents with a species, of kindly .tolerance and amusement. The three of  them had lived quite happily together,  though Jean had remained always the  odd man out; hut she accepted tlie  fact with a certain humorous philosophy which robbed it of half its sting.  Then, two years later, Jacqueline  had developed rapid consumption; and  though Glyn hurried her away to  Montavan, in the Swiss Alps, there  had been no combating the disease,  and the romance of a great love had  . closed down suddenly into the grey  shadows of death.  Peterson had been like a man de-  CHILDREN  !������VKTHEN I was firs* married I  W had a miscarriage and felt  ������M-.!.'le<ctly mli.ern.blej  "I took three bottles of Lydia  __.; Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and later gave birth ton  fine tijiby boy;  "I now have five children. I  always take the Vegetable Compound during pregnancy and it  helipn mm. It benefits my S-SMsrs-  In-law too." Mrs, Wi. J. Zinston,  H. It. No; 2, LnkeficlcJU Ontario,  VEGETABLE   .COMPOUND  ?/,. N.   u.  1CS3  "My dear Glyn, you're still a boy!  You've never grown up," Jean made  answer.  She had been amazed���������although in  a sense relieved���������-to find how swiftly  he had rallied. It seemed almost as  though his intense loathing of the onset of old age and decay, of that slow  mmitrs*\'iAm*,*r*m t*\*P *���������������%������������ r.c***"*.*'* ._������������_/_ w*������>������__������4 .-_������-_ 1 ������rl____r_l _i-i-_k  ^waa**^    vr__������   ������*-__>-> __jx\_ _ul   cuiu ��������� f^ a. Ommm.\*.*jmA.   ���������v.'u__. _____>  of faculties -which age inevitably  brings, had served to reconcile him to  tile loss of the woman he had worshipped whilst yet there had been no  dimming of her physical perfection,  no blunting of the fine edge of their  love.  Tt was easily comprehensible that  to two such temperamental, joy-loving beings as Glyn and Jacqueline,  England, with her neutral-tinted  skies   and   strictness   of convention,  ^n������3������-P-   mnn>o _-._r\ . _44* .���������la.    _*,**^%<\ff������l     ���������*_ mm*9    *_".������*������������������������������    -������*���������*.. __fl'  ���������*������������^_    J-_i_-\AV    ������*. _���������_���������*.W    CltpL/VVM)     ������9M_._^,   -ff mm_W-ft    ^*X*������*_ _t_  with difficulty harmonise the suddenly projected visft to England with her  knowledge of her father's idiosyncrasies.  It was just possible, of course, since  all which had meant happiness to him  lay buried in a little mountain cemetery in Switzerland, that it no longer mattered to Peterson where he sojourned. One place might be as good  ���������or as bad���������-as another.  Rather diffidently Jean voiced her  doubts, retailing him from the reverie into which he had fallen.  "I go to England?" he exclaimed.  "God forbid! No, you would go without me."  "Without you?"  r -Peterson sprang- up and begaa - pacing restlessly to ahd-fro.  "Yes, witnbut me. I'm going away.  I���������I can't stay here any longer. I've  tried, Jean, for your sake"���������he looked across at her with a kind of apr  peal in his eyes���������" but I can't stand  it. ��������� I must move on���������get away somewhere by myself. Biernf els���������without  her"-_. . .  ���������"' * --���������'.  He broke off abruptly and stood  still, staring down into the heart of  the fire. Then he added in a wrung  voice:  "It will he a year ago  .   ... to  morrow." ^  Jean was silent. Never before had  ���������!���������������<__    '1������*_#*       __*!__���������     ������/___, ���������   +!%*���������_      ���������������   .fwi> ���������  ������vr/-Hi__.    .4 %���������������      l*4_r.  -a-*Xi*- ���������,*** *+      ___.>���������_ '-M.-.^-   :   ������n_������V*       A..-W.V Vf^/UMM    "***. A      *__������*?  soul. Latterly she had divined a growing restlessness in him, sensed the  return of the wander-fever which  sometimes obsessed him, but she had  not realised that it was pain���������sheer,  intolerable pain���������which . was this  time driving him forth from the. place  that had held his happiness.  He had appeared so little changed  after Jacqueline's death, so much the  wayward, essentially lovable and unpractical   creature  of  former   times,  still able to find supreme, delight in  a sunset, or an exquisite picture, or  a wild  ride  across  the purple hills,  that  Jean  had  sometimes marvelled  how easily he seemed able to forget.  And, after all, he had not' forgotten���������had never been able to forgot!  The   gdy,   debonair  side  which   he  had  shown    tho    world���������that    same  rather selfish,  beauty-loving,   charm-.  Ing personality sho hacT always known  ���������had .been only a 'shell, a husk hiding  a hurt that had never healed���������that  noVer wohld    find   healing   in    this  world.  Jean felt herself submerged beneath a wave of seif-roprqach that  she could have thus crudely accopt-  ed Glyn's attltudo at Its face valuo.  But it was UBQiosa to give expression  to hor penitence. She could find no  -words that might not wound, and  while she was still dully trying to  roadjust hor mind to this now aspect  ofs things; hor father's voico broko  across her thoughts, so smooth, polished, with just its usual, inflection  of whimsical amusement, rather *as  though tho world woro ' a good bort  of joke in which ho found himself  constrained to tako part.  "I've made tho moat paternal arrangements for your wclfara In my  Keep a copy of the New Maalc Cook Book  handy and you'll never have to worry about  thinking vip suggestions for attractive meals.  Here, for instance, is a delishtful menu selected  at random from the dozens of interesting recipes  It contains.  I    DINNER   MENU  Cream Franga.se Soup  Orange and Cheese Salad  Swiss Steak  With browned potatoes  Muffins���������Caramel Pie  Almond Cakes*,  Cliase 5c Sanborn's Tss ���������or Ccffss  T  iry  r> ______ _    c __: _  rvcsci p*^    lur  en is  *ALMON.D   CAKES  1  | cup butter  1 cup suaar  ������ cup mi-ic  2 essv  1 i cups Hour  S teaspoons Md sic  Bakings Powder  1 cup almonds, branched  and cut In pieces  Mix ingredients in order given, and  bake in individual cake pans, or small  paper containers, as shown in the  illustration.  This recipe together with those used in ine  Magic Menu, and dozens of other equally delightful ones. are.all listed in the N������w FREE  Magic Cook Back.   !f you bake at home^ -wite  absence, .Jean. I want to discxiss them      Jean-reflected humorously that this  with you. You see, I couldn't take you I point  of  view had only occurred  to  with me���������I don't know in the least  where I'm going or where I shall  fetch np. That's the charm of it"-^  his face kindling. "And it wouldn't  be right or proper for me to drag a  young woman of your age���������and attractions���������half over the world -with  ine."    .    " -'  By -which Jean, not in the least deceived by his air of conscious rectitude, comprehended that he didn't  want to be bothered With her. He was  bidding for freedom, untrammelled by  any petticoats. '��������� ^ v  "So I've written to my old pal,  Lady Anne Brennan," pursued Peterson, "asking if youmay stay with her  for a little. You would have a delightful time. She was quite the most  charming woman I knew in England."  "That must  be rather more  than  twenty, years    ago,"    observed " Jean  drily.    "She may have altered a good  deal." ''������������������''������������������  .....^ ..  -���������            .������������������ ..������������������������������������--  -.v .-..���������...  jreterson irowneu. rte natea io nave  objections   raised  to   any  plan   ^hat  particularly appealed  to him.  "Rubbish! Why should she change?  Anne was not the sort of -woman to  change."  Jean was perfectly aware that her  father hadn't the least wish to "discuss" his proposals with her, as ho  had said. What he really wanted was  to tell her'T-hout them and for her to  approve and endorse them with en-1  thusiasm���������which is. more or less what  a man usually wants when he suggests discussing plans with his womankind.  So now, recognizing that he had all  his arrangements cut and dried, Jean  philosophically accepted the fact and  prepare*, to fall in with them.  "And has Lady Anno signified her  readiness to tako mo in for an Indefinite, period ?"  she  enquired.   -  "I haven't had her answer yet. But  I have no doubt at all what form It  will 1fako. It will be a splendid opportunity for you, altogether. You know,  Joan"���������plctorlally���������"you ought really to see tho 'stately homes of I-Hcf-  iand.' "Wliy, they're���������they're your  birthright"  O KEEPTHiE ^  Children Healthyr  When _hey*r*> "off colour*' fflve  tli������-tt Dr. Cnrtfcr'M nil w.zettthlt*  Littlo Liver Pills. Safe, acting  gently on tli������ boweta and liver,  they Boon brlnu back smiles nnd  hlulv spirit* thnt lieulthy yountc-  nters should ah-W.  25c &. 75c red paclcnzca  ��������� ���������   ��������������������������� ���������,..  Ask you. df-ugglet tot  ���������������kf*p������0-,wv*^r* iiirrfctti_fw _ ___������  him how that it chanced to coincide  so admirably with his own wishes.  Hitherto the "stately homes of England" had been relegated to a. quite  Public Utilities For Flin Flon  Manitoba Government Turning Town  Over To Holding Company  , Arrangements  are "being  made hy  j the Manitoba Government to tUrn the  unimportant position    in    the    back-   town of Flin Fk)n; in the northwest  ground smd Jean's attention focussed | mining district, over    to    a   holding  ..company. This is to he done to provide the settlement with public utilities financed through the sale of lots.  It is expietoted that waterworks, se-w-  age and -heating, systems will result.  The holding company will be known  as- the FMn Plon Townsite Development Company, and will be organized"  by the mining Qrna operating at Flin  Flon.  _'.'"'���������.' *������������������;. ^  more directly upon the unpleasing  vagaries of the^ritfehyyaim^  "I should like  to  go. tb England/*  was all she said.- :     : ;*:  - Peterson smiled at her radiantly���������  the smile of a child who has got its  own way with much less difficulty  than it had anticipated.  "You'shall go," he promised her.  "You'll adOre Staple. It's quite a  typical old English manor���������lawns and  terraces all complete, even down to  the last detail of a yew hedge."  (To Be Continued);  Doubtless'it's ; true that poverty  isn't a crime, but if you're guilty of  poverty, you always suffer for it.  Cfiie ADVE-NTUK&S cf*  /��������� ______f____1fcj. .., ��������� ...... ������������������,.'.  WHAT CAME BEFORE: Captain Jimmy  ia forced down ln his 'plane on a deaert  Island, while .ilylnff from China to  Japan. Night-after night he builda a  flro in hope of attracting a passing  ship. Then one evening he hears a  steamer whistle  ln the darkness.  Night can'-t last forever. Gradually a  " faint light nhowod  in the KaHt. Thoro  wo sat. all huddled around thb  ilro ��������� waiting, A  d o z o n times 3  thought I made  out a ship���������only to  find out that it  wits my Imagination. Then came  an excited yell  from  Chung.   ._ ' 'Lookee,    lookoo,  ������oat!" There, Hiiro enough, was a  goo*., sized steamer, anchored several  miles from whoro. Just about sun up, a  boat put off and a little while later It  was beached about whoro wo landed our  'piano.  Tho Captaiji. whoso name was Buono.  had soon tho faint glare of our flro and  decided to stand by and Invest I gate in  tho morning. Tho crow woro all Phl-  Uplnos'and apoko not a word of Bngllsh.  ���������. I explained to him that: wo must trikp  tho 'piano apart and bring 11: with us.  and after n while wo dl������mant1od It, and  carried It aboard. General Lu had gone  With thi. Hint bout to Liu. Miii i j, from  which ho refused .to budge but Ohung  Btnyod with Scottjo and mo and wont In  tho  last  boat.  ������������������Chung," I said whon leaving. "What.  phall "wo call   that  Inland  of ourH?"  Chung gayo it a ncornful ioolc, "Call  Wm RaG." and ho "iaafS" w*. oallort 11,  which nftor all , wan appropriato, for St  wan noarly ogg-shaped,  Tho frofghtor waa bound for ICaratsat,  Japan, to pick up a load of coal. At Ka-  va.nu, wo took rulvnnlngn of <bo opportunity lo rig up no mo pontoonf. fou our  "piano, ll-io ''Kaglo." Our la������t trip liacl  proved tho danger of (lying over tlio sou  In a ship which co-uld not alight on. the  water. Wo also rigged up a ciorrlck and  sling, so wo could launch our 'piano vary  quickly ovor the Bldo of u Hl-Ip. Though  we littlo dreamed It at the time, wc woro  going to need a Boa-plane soon enough.  The very llrat evening out of Karattui  as tho sea'crow hazy and dark, a group  of us stood'on the biidgo of tho "Madrigal," pec ring by turns through a telci-  Hcope at a vessel which lay on the rln.  of tho horizon. Wow and then we couldl  soo faint Jtashoa as though a small gun  were being l_rod.  Through tine glasn wo could make out  the ship, aa a sinuD. stoamor, while dead  ahead of It and partly hidden from us  was a second boat that wo couldn't ������oe  clearly.  The Captain wets Sntently examining  tho BtranK- ship through tho teloHoope  when Chung rudely Intorupted. "Chuns'  lookoo through longoo Btllclc,"- ho announced.  That China boy wir all a etulver to'gRt  the glass"Into his "handa. Never lutd l������o  seen ono before, let nlono hold one. and  ho wan all excited- With ono baud ho  hold the ay*3 pJeco to his eyo and jsraspoi*  tho other encl  oH the telescope  (Irmly. The vory  next, minute  there , wa������ an  exclamation of!  ������ ii r p r I _. e mul  dinmay. nnd  there stood  Chung wltls tho  t������leti<--������ .������e __li_ eol-  lapimd (chuckle), ITo barf  putihed   llh������  two ,   ���������  ends. togotKor and Inntead of a telennnpo  about two or tlirao feet long lie hold In  bin linnclH one that was only about eight  or nine inchea long. (Chuckle).. Vou  should have ween the surprised oxproii-  Hlon on 111 11 face,,  NOTKli���������Any of our young random writing to "Cn,i__n.n Jimmy," 2010 Star Ilulbl-  lni;,   TarotHo,      wiii     r<.:������-clvu     Ba.;-     uSjuietl  photo  free,       "  Chocolate Malted Milk  The health-giving, delicious drlnV for child raw '���������and' grrowi������  upg.     -    -    -     Pound and half pound tins at your grocers T Jt ii . U-ffiJK^'l'OJSI ��������� Kit VlJfi W  mJAtS* COMPTON  AUCTIONEER  Sales conducted in any part  of the District.  PHONE 55F.  CRESTCN  F.  H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  I Listings solicited.  CRESTON.    B.C.  _W  5������3fc  *  __f  :v_.  > _(������..������i������__  .������&_B_  ������>  *  *   _.  THE BEST is Always  CHEAPEST iri the end  fcjB_  Vi__  ft*  When   you compare   our   Quality   with   other  prices you can realize we are again on.  ml. ,_  t,^������_..  _*������_  \������g Special Roast Beef, lb���������. 10c  hj* Choice Roast Beef, lb.... 15c  **     Prime Roast Beef r boned  and rolled, !b  22c  Roasts Veal,  Ib 12y2  Special Roasts Veal, Sb.   20c  Roasts Pork,  lb 12>^  Leg Pork, whole or half,  lb .   15c  Loins Mutton, lb  17c  ORDER BUTTER EARLY AND  W  c. ���������  3fct.  Shoulder Mutton, lb  15c  Leg Mutton,  lb-  18c  Stew Mutton, 3 lbs  25c  Standard Sausage, 2 lb.. 25c  Tomato Sausage, lb  20c  2   lbs ..... 35c  Devonshire Sausage, lb- 20c  Hamburg, 2 lbs  25c  Choice Creamery Butter  lb   25c  oo    SO _*.������_i  trm\  w  Local and Personal  . ���������  Service at ��������� Christ Church will be at  7.30 p. ta.  Miss Alice LaBelle -was a weekend  visitor with friends in Nelson.  FOR SALE���������  jars, 25 cent  Bakery.  PIGS FOR SALE���������Choice Yorkshires,  six weeks old, ?5 each. D. Learmonth,  Greston.  -rQuantity of gallon glass  sen.   W. Fraser, Creston  FOR  rooms.  Creston.  RENT���������Light     housekeeping  Apply Mrs. John Arrowsmith,  C.P.R. section crews were reduced to  one man and foreman at the middle of  the month. The reduction comes somewhat earlier than in other years.  A. McQueen, f ot.merly of Kaslo, who  has just been named assistant assessor  for the Nelson assessment   district,  here on an official visit last week.  For so early in the season the kill of  geese by local hunters is exceptionally  good. Ducks are reported plentiful and  the grouse are also fairly numerous.  ���������_���������_���������  3.  O. RINGWALD, Prop.  .rn.-m.rn.    __.__,.__..__,. __-__.__.__���������__>���������___.���������__._______  ������_-___������ __,.-_������������������-.__ i __.__.__.__,  I  ������  w-  t  *  More Change Back  _������   ^^   i oux  JLSIUjUO.jI  Drop into the Co-Op. any day for  profitable savings. Every day we  help you solve the Grocery buying  by giving exceptional values and  quality goads, which help to solve  the shopping problem. Remember  there's more change back for your  dollar when you shop here.  Why  pay more when you can get  quality Groceries for less���������  the finest  at  Oresten Valley 0e--0pera!gve Assn  CRESTON  Two Stores  ERICKSON  i!MC������Swg^K^3^EIL3a5_^lLS3s^^  FALL  m  Hats & Caps  ONIONS���������Get your supply now, price  is right. Long. Allan & Loag. Limited.  Erickson.  Mr. and Mrs. Lehman of Blairmore,  Alberta, were weekend guests of Dr. and  Mrs. Olivier.  COOK WANTED-Good cook,  woman preferred, part time. W. Fraser,  Creston Bakery.  PIGS FOR SALE���������Choice stock, six  weeks old. J. Krygsveld, (Lamont  ranch),  Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hare were weekend visitors with Mr. and Mrs. G. M.  Argue at Cranbrook.  Miss Hazel Hobden wag a weekend  visitor at Cranbrook with her sister,  Mrs Sam Whittaker.  PIGS FOR SALE���������York, hire Whites,  ready Oeto er 16th. $5 each, JL W.  Parkin (Alice Siding). Creston  Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Forbes and their  guests, Mr. and Mrs. Porter of Calgary,  were Spokane visitors on Monday.  Intending exhibitors are reminded that  the last day for receiving entries for the  fall fair is Saturday, .October 3rd.  Cranbrook Courier: Cta.wford Irving,  of Canal .Flat, will undergo a majcr  operation in the St. Eugene hospital.  Miss Annie Parkin left at the first o  the week for Cranbrook-, where   ��������� he has  taken a position and will be remaining.  Miss Clara Morrow of Trail arrived at  the end of the week on a visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Morrow.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nickel left  yesterdaay for a short holiday visit with  their son, Albert, at Edmonton, Alberta.  FOR SALE���������The Erickson Hotel  building and four aeres of land, $1000 for  all this property F. Rosen, Canyon,  B.C.  Ben Crawford left on Saturday for  Alberta University, Edmonton, Alberta.  where he has commenced his second year  in medicine.  Village property owners who have not  paid their taxes should bear In mind  that a 5 per cent penalty will be added  at October 1st.  Creston and District Women's Institute gathered in $10 on their showing of  needlework at the Victoria exhibition the  latter part of August,  LOST���������On August 16th, purse' containing sum of money and two small  cheques. $5 reward to party returning  to James Johnstone, Boswell.  J. P. MacDonald, forestry supervisor,  spent a couple of days fit the first of the  week at points down the lake, winding  up the ffqrest fire patrol season.  FOR SALE���������WealtW apples and  Flemish Beauty pears at i>0 cents a box  (box not included). Teddy Haskins  place, one mile north of town, below  C.P.R. crossing.   Miss Fay Pendry.  Visiting brethren are cordially, inviied  to attend a meeting of Creston Masonic  Lodge   on  Saturday   night,   when   the  members   of   North   Star  Lodge,   Fort  Steele.  Creston Badminton Club will hold a  meeting in the Parish Hall on Monday  ev ening, September 28th, at  8   o'clock.  uninterested in the game are invited to  was I attend.  j There was a very large turnout for tha  dance in the Parl^ Pavilion on Friday  night under K.P. building fund auspices,  with music by Creston dance band and  the Pythie.n Sisters serving an excellent  lunch. The holders of winning tickets  on the cash drawing contest were Misses  Kitty Littlejohn, and   Jessie  White - of  local lodge will have   a   visit   from   the I and H. Fiddes  Itchener, and Messrs. Robert Dodds  t.. A. _��������� __._._. r, ���������__ ���������__���������_������,__��������� __, __,. __ ___,_���������__. __ - a- __ -__,-___ __. .___ m. __.���������_.____.. *..������. m.- a- _fc- ���������_..__-__���������_-_-_,_���������__.__,  Meat contains .valuable vitamins and minerals.  Keep  well and active by eating Meat daily.  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