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 \       .-tflll ******  P������c  ,vi������cl  ������������������".���������:������������������;���������  Vol. XXIII.  T  CRESTON, B. G . FKipAY,   OCTOBEK 30,  1931  No. :-2  k\  Apple Packing  Draw to  Warehouses Closing an Few Days  ���������^Growers Paid in Full up to  and Including Wealthys���������-Mc=  Intosh Reds Gleaned Up.  The 1931 apple packing season is  drawing; to Ta; close. Crestland ..Fruit  Company expect to close down their  warehouses at both Creston- and Srick-.  son early next week, while Long, Allan  and Long will continue operations at  Erickson for anotherten days onlyv  Both firms report the Mcintosh all  cleaned up, and quite a good demand for  the winter varieties now prevails.  The outstanding feature of the past  few days is the payments to growers  which have been made by both Long,  Allan & Long, Limited, and Crestland  Fruit Company. Amounts received by  orchardists pay in full for everything up  to and including the Wealthy apple*."  Crestland Fruit Company's payment  _ totalled $12,466. and they annouace that  they will endeavor to make an advance  on Mcintosh and winter apples in the  near future.  In connection with Macs, Long, Allan.  & Long report that while the trade was  strong for bulk apples they were able to  market almost 45 per cent, of this  variety in the Fancy grade, and the  balance moved "C" or household. The  bulk movement is over for this year, and  was heavy to Jonathans and Kings.  The firm has already loaded out a car  of Fancy Delicious for Glasgow, Scotland^ aad has oooked another in the  Extra Fancy grade. Both these cars  have been disposed of f.o.b.. Creston.  . Jncciinee^  ���������n '   wii--^"vsHe_!i_&rthe^fb  "C" grade and household. Packing of  the winter apples is well; under way  and willjprobabiy keep the staff busy  until November 10th. Shippers through  this Tffrm have been paid in full for all  the vegetables and all varieties of apples  np to and including Wealthys.  At Crestland Fruit Company Mcintosh Beds were all cleaned up early in  the week, and the staff at both houses is  busy now on the winter varieties, with  the expectation that the packing sheds  will close down vefy early next week.  At the middle of the week all growers  dealing with ihia firm had received  cheques paying in full for all vegetables  and fruits up tb and including Wealthys.  The firm reports a fair demand for the  Soliciting Donations  :   T^r   A'...\  Carload of Fruit  and    Vegetables  for Saskatchewan  Relief  Creston and District Women's  Institute will loa4 out their car  of Fruit and Vegetables for  distribution by the ���������* Relief  Committee in the dried out  areas of Sasketchewan on  I UOobj NO Vb y  The car will be spotted  opposite Creston station,. and  loading will be in charge of  Farmers Institute members. -���������  _  Those who are willing to make  contributions to the #ood canse  aro asked to communicate with  Mrs. R. Stevens, Phone 665V  Trucks will call on those who  are unable to deliver their own  donations.  Those giving apples are asked  to put them in sacks.  ���������' Plea8e,<,,lAttIcer3)bur''d^nvcry''a_.,  early in the day as possible to  facilitate loading,  winter varieties and by the end of j  October the stock en hand will be about  20 carloads, which should be moved in  good time if the present demand is  maintained. These are being stocked in  the warehouse basement which has b_������m  made frostproof and in this way the  apples wiil be available for loading in  any kind of weather  On commodities for which the grower  has already been paid prunes have made  the best showing. As high as 65 cents  nett have been paid for these, as compared with 41 cents reported at some  points in the Okanagan, which was -considered quite satisfactoiy. Considering  prairie, .co ditions prices on pears have  been just about, all that could be  expected. Cucumbers and tomatce?  were all disposed of but there was  difficulty with the tomatoes due the  Okanagan product ..being of better  quality, seemingly, and the pack more  uniform and  desirable.     -  A feature to the Creston apple movement is that almost 85 per cent, has gone  out boxed. Repoets from other points  would indicate that outside of apples put  in storage or exported possibly 85 per  cent, has been shipped bulk. The packing of local fruit has been a benefit to  the community in providing labor for  packing house staffs, as well, as increasing the demand for boxes.  In a letter to their growers, under date  of O tober 27th, Crestland Fruit Com  pany says, "In spite of the very impoverished condition of the prairies and the  rotten condition of the Crow market due  to trucks peddling culls and low grade  apples, we ave marketed your crop in  such a manner that jour returns will,  undoubtedly be much higher than those  received by any .other dig. ricfc in the  province. In addition to this, we have  been able *6 keep our two packing houses  running, giving employment to a large  number of lical people.   "We believe ^we  fj.  flf''���������v..,Y(rip_.- ."���������������.     1_  raucf icacners  Re-Elect Officers  vrorria. a V.1;  ������������e*f  ���������.._������������������*���������:;  two packing houses that have run stead  ily during the season. There were times  when it looked as though we would have  to shut dpwn our graders, but our cust-  a___ers came to our assistance and were  able to give us sufficient orders to keep  us working."  Kitchener  G. A. Hunt has just taken delivery of  a carload of flour and feed.  Miss Laura Andeen arrived on Friday  from Cr mbrook, and is visiting at her  home he _������. She is just back from a visit  at Calgary, Alberta, with her sister, Miss  Mildred, also of Cranbrook.  Mark   Devlin,   and   Mr.   Coope    of  Regina, Sask..   were  Saturday   visitors  with the former's parents, JV_[r. and Mrs  N. K; Devlin.   They were on a  trij^ to  Vane wverr y *'',"���������'���������'���������".   *   'V;'  ;;i'l_lrs.' W.fTCfaw'or4:-:^hd'T':l!i(Ir^ .''Geo.  'Ytoung.. of Cfestori sjpe^nt the: weekend  here, guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Driffil,  returning-on Sundfty?  A few of the single men were laid off  the relief work on Saturday evening.  Miss Beryl Taplin of Canyon  was a  weekend'guest of Miss Beatrice Molan  der, returning on Monday.  T. D. Pattullo, Liberal leader, and  Major S. F. Moodie, Liberal organizer,  were, dinner, guests nt the Kitchener  Hotel on Wednesday lost. Thoy wero  on their way to Cranbrook and other  East Kootenay points.  W,. Ramsay, district engineer; A. E.  Dalgnoh. his assistant; A E. Davies,  aenoral foreman, nlJ of the public works  department, in company with Col. Fred  Lister, M.P.P., woro looking oyer rolief  work operations hero on Monday, nnd  complimented H. IT. Hedmilo, who is in  chargo of tho work, on tho progress ho is  making,  Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Weston and  daughter of Creston are ufc present  occupying ono of tho cabins at Blair's  tourist camp. Mry Weston Is In chargo  of a crow of imon working on tho cutoff  eat of town.  Tho Community Bridgo Club had a  social evening on Saturday, with high  pepro prizes carried off by Mro, M. P.  MolamW Mnrl Mica Hard M-Gonogal.  High wcoro honors to mon wor. awarded  to Lelancl Nolan and Richard Molnndcr,  High   School 'Principal   Levirs  Heads   Association ��������� Normal  r Grrduates    May   Join���������Hear  Report oil Salary Commission  The _irs% Tiae^Bti^i of t\e Creston  Valley Teachers? A^qciation for the hew  school year was iielctlon October 10th; ,  '���������':' A report Twas made on tlie progress Of  the .. suggested'^T;-^vernmeaj;.,,, -.salary-  commission, which, is to evolve a  sche^dulefdr the;Ba6i|-es of teachers in  the various distnctfe-\ This committee is  to consist ."��������� of -��������� >������hi*e trustee,' three  municipal councillors v and three  appointees - of trrq* department, as  representatives of Yt|_ose who pay the  salaries; arid of ni^e teachers, representatives of those who receive them.  The chairman, a judge, is to have no  vote. ""    _t��������� ;    y T ..."y '.'__���������  The main busan^s jwas the election of  officers for the ensuing year. The  following were elected:  President���������-Mr.  Levirs.  Vice President���������Mr. Marriott  Sec.. Trea-Cr���������Miss White  "  Executive Members���������Mr. Freanie,  Miss Walker. v<^ y  It was also decided to extend an  invitation to Normat graduates in the  district to join, y the Association as  associate members.  gathering up fruit and  sbipped to the Relief Committee in  Sasketchewan. Ernest Langston ��������� is *cn  the rounds finding out just who are  willing to contribute and making arrangements to get the staff to Creston for the  car the Women's Institute are loading'  on Tuesday.  . Apple picking is completed in the  Canyon section and practically all of the  fruit has been hauled to the warehouses  at Erickson. - Some of the orchardists  are storing a _n___nt_ty ������e? later sale.  Miss Frances Knott was at home to  about two dozen of the Canyon young  people on Friday night the event being  in honor of Miss Beulah Penson, of  Enc-l-Sofi, who ia. leaving this week to  commence a three-year course in nurs*  ing at St. Eugene Hospital, Cranbrook.  A very fine time was spent with music  and various amusements, with an  excellent lunch about midnight.  Bears are / unusually plentiful this  season and are somewhat common sight  in the older part of the district. This  week one was observed browsing around  in the Huygens & VanAckeran orchard,  and en Monday/Ernest Barnes and H.  Young encountered one on the highway  about opposite the T. Hickey place  which ambled along tbe road in front of  the truck and finally headed into the  hills at the Hickey ranch. Matt.  Clayton later on went in quest of bruin  but was unsuccessful in his effort.  .. .:,.     .      . ������������������ .��������� T ,,Ty: ST-f   ...     .   .' '������������������  &mWkwyz������n Oiiy  Miss Frances Knott was a weekend,  visitor at Gre^C-eelc,,'.a- guest of Mrs.  ;T;.>A_idy^ii&h^^  ton at present*^ wliere he is erecting- a  residence for Mrs. Ben Long, v,on some  property near the P. Rr Truscott ranch:  The young people employed by Crestland Fruit Company, as well as the  orchardists who ship through the firm,  were guests at a ball at the Park  pavilion, Creston on Tuesday night An  enjoyable time was had.  H. Young and A. Bond were visitors  at Nelson a couple of days the latter  part of the week.  Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Samuelson are  this week moving; into, the residence on  the Martin Nelson,, place, recently  vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Halstead.  Rev. A. Wnlk*������r} who is row in charge  of United Church worlc, is proving  deservedly popular and attracting  splendid congregations  at   the Sunday  afternoon worship. ,'  Mr. and Mrs. Woarmouth are home  from a few days spent oa a visit with  relatives and friends at Fernie and  Lethbridge, Alberta.  With the arrival of some new families  during the past few months attendance  at Canyon school is about the highest on  record, being close to 80.  Canyon, as usual, is righi. to the fore  in   assisting with  the  good   work   of  W. H. WILSON  EYE SPECIALIST  and REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST  Of CI1ANBIU.0K, B.C.  will be at  Greston Drug & Book Store  on  WED., NOV. 4  APPOINTMENTS at the  above store  will  be.  care-'  fully recorded.  Close Season  With Biff Dance  Crestland Fruit Company Office  and Packing Staff Hosts at  Enjoyable Function to Mark  Close of Packing Season.  LZirSsskBan  B. Stewart, accompanied by his two  sons, were Yahk and Cranbrook visitors  at the middle of the wee -.  ��������� '.-.. ^  W. Shields, who has been a resident  of Erickson for the past year, left last  weekY.or hisj-cme inT Ontario,^ whfei������ he ���������=rS������w...a*___  ��������� wiH*spenaTtne winteri_;,- '.-���������:���������. y^. : ?���������r-.- .-��������� ^���������'���������������������������i-^-^_.^^^-'-TSaLirrr]  ;, ���������'."_. :.y.~':. ;���������..."��������� -YYYY--'"^--.*1-:^' >T.;*'*.-!'^^vr;.������./-r/'r-' :.Uii_:sSt������t^������. .--I ^     .���������:..'<���������-  Frank Putnam was a business visitor  at Cranbrook at the weekend,  C������v   *m\JC4f%m*A4,*mww  mm      ������)___������-__   _������C_JT*~  The apple packing season, which is  just about to close; was gives a social  Windupon Tuesday night at the Park  pavilion when the office and packinghouse  staff of Crestlaiid Fruit Company were  at home at a dance to which more than  260 invitations had been extended to  'employees and irierrds, and which  attracted the largest attendance of any  affair of the sort this year.  The committee in charge were very  thorough in all their arrangements.  The floor was in splendid shape, the  building comfortably heated, hew" cloakrooms provided, and a something different sort of supper that was befitting  the occasion.  The hall decorations were particularly  attractive. Clusters of many-colored  balloons throughout the hall were a new  and attractive feature, and an abundance  of confetti in all the rainbow hues added'  further to the attractiveness of the  surroundings. Wherever possible ppples  were used for adornment. Groups of  labels used on the different commodities  shipped brightened up the walls at  vantage points.  Everyone was taken with the fruity  flavor of the .different, dance numbers.  This was a very special, creation of Manager H. Harrison and accountant Newton Fraser, Just why the formes .chose  tocallit the;,Maiden Blush s������Gonlight  ������m  jtetur__3E^r  Lee Heric was a business visitor at  Cranbrook a few days during the week.  F. V. Staples was a visitor here on  Saturday, returning from ��������� a trip to  Kelowna and Beaverdell to his sawmill  operations at Invermere.  A White Leghorn in the flock belonging to Mrs. Angus Cameron rather  excelled herself one> day last week with  the production of an egg that measured  3 inches around the ends, and 6 inches  in circumference, weighing 4J^ ounces.  This is somewhat larger than the  previous record breaker produced at  Cci_������_p juister.  The meeting of school district rate*  payers on Monday night was fairly well  attended, when the matter of providing  bus transportation for the children living  at Arrow Creek was fully discussed. By  a vote of 10 to 8 it was decided not to  provide the nsked-for accommodation.  Athletic Club Meeting  A public meeting will be held on  Tuesday, November 10th at 8 p.m., in  Trinity United Church hall, to discuss  plans and organize for' tho winter  activities.  The plans so far concern uny who ��������� are  interested in gymnasium, basketball.  etc. Tho Athletic Club has done" considerable work in preparing for tho  winter, and will have somo vory interesting reports to make, particularly so  will be tho roport of tho deputation  which waits on the village council on tho  evening; prc-vlout., with regard to tho us������  of tho Park pavilion for athletics thla  winter.  This meeting should havo tho attendance and support of all'who arc. intpremtr,  ed In clean sport. Tho turnout at the  junior athetotic display each year, and  tho quality of pi.rformaiico, Indicates  thc interest In uny organization functioning 100 per cent, catering to nil ngen nhef  classes in tho community, and as a  commitn(t|r effort, sponsored; by cnthiitt-  luHtlc^citlzon.., giving tho courso to tho  young pimple in particular that will fit  thcim and train tiiom for tho adult yoara  that ar������y hot sri vory fur away.  Lefc'ii pot'ho Athletic Club away to a  good start. I'urn out to. this meeting,  olcct your executive as you want them,  and let's get going.  and  jche Cposebenrjr circie one atep.  Mr. Hanispn showed rare judgment  in designating it the Cookers' quadrille.  which was called by 'Ray, Telford with  all the enthusiasm of the old days of Bed  Cross whist drives'and dances in the  Auditorium and Mercantile Kali.- Roy  gave then, plenty of swing, grand chain,  right and left six, and all the other movements of this former day favorite  "square."      .    -  Music was provided hy Creston dance  band which was showing the best form of  the fall season.. The prize for the spot  dance was won by Miss Yvonne LaBelle  and Fred Hale.  Dancing was from 9 to 2, and an evening of roro pleasure is reported by all.  Those in charge of arrangements are being complimented on all hands on the  all-round success of the affair and it is  expected a similarly planned dance will  he staged to wind up the fruit packing  season every year.  Hospital  Shower  The Hospital Committee of Creston   and   District   Women's  Institute solicit your generous contributions of  Canned Fruits and  lor the use of Creston Public  Hospital, at "a Shower to be  ���������'������������������'������������������'���������   held in the     ���������   *  Unlfod Church Hall  SAT., NOV.7th  2.30 ta 3.30 p.m.  The   Hospital   is  w   coinqiariunity  project and yfmv generrtiijB con-  sicipr^tion will be appreciated.  Afternoon Tea Served CBESTOF.  -<i  aapa  Teas ar@ ss������i aillc������  try Salada flavmas*  et Your tJ*:wn btandarcl  Most of us have seen the cartoons and read.; the stories appearing under  tha title "Keeping up with the Joneses." We have laughed over them, but  at the same time exclaimed: aloud, or murmured to ourselves, "What fools!"  Calmly facing-, and closely diagnosing the situation wbich. confronts  thousands of us today as individuals, and all of ws collectively as represented  by our municipal, provincial and: federal governments, must we not admit  that no small part of our present financial problems are the result of  conditions created by an attitude analagous to that portrayed in "Keeping:  up with the Joneses?" -  The acuteness of our present day situation nlay be due to other causes  quite beyond our control.���������such as protracted drouth, and consequent crop  failure, leading to unemployment in urban centres.���������but would we not as a  people, individually and collectively, have been able to withstand these*  shocks if. wben times were prosperous and business active, we had not lived  up to, and In many cases far beyond, our current income in a desperate race  ta which each and all were striving to keep up with, somebody else?  Looking back,���������and it is in times- like these that people are in the mood  to "look, back," take stock, and give heed to things that at other times when  evearytfeing is forging full speed ahead they will not stop and consider,���������  is it not possible to see that we indulged in expenditures Which our actual  position did not warrant "but into which we plunged because of a false  vanity that we must keep up with somebody else?  The old motor car although still serviceable was not good enough  because somebody else had bought a new, more up-to-date, faster car; the  shnple, refreshing, health-giving holiday at a near-Tby Jake we had enjoyed  for years had to give place to an expensive trip, to tbe Coast, or a winter  in California, or Florida, or some Eastern city because somebdy else had  followed such a course; or because somebody else sent their son or daughter  fco -university, we must do likewise, even though our boy and girl might not  have similar tastes or inclinations or aptitude for the higher degrees of  -earning.  And these traits of character  in  the  individual  naturally have  found  expression in the "policies of tbe governments we have created.      Because  older established, more populous and wealthier provinces, states and countries  have, through the expenditure of millions of dollars, created great systems  of permanent, all-weather roads, why we must do the same although still  young, weals: and not yet wealthy as a com___u_cty.      Not only roads, but  our schools, our public buildings, all our public services had to be the equal  of those to be found anywhere else. As individuals, as electors, we demanded  these things, and our governments were forced to comply with our demands  or give way for those who'would. We were determined to keep up with the  Joneses of the whole world.  As a result the factories of the world were busy turning out not  necessities alone but enormous quantities of luxuries at a fabulous cost  Stocks and bonds of these inflated industries mounted in value to dizzy  heights. Everybody bought them with a view to amassing more money in  order that they might buy still more luxury. Sooner or later a collapse had  to come, and the Joneses of the world and their vast army of imitators are  now in difficulty.  There, is a lesson all may well take to heart at this time. It" is-this;  Rightly or wrongly,--and wrongly we believe, and certainly wrong in the  vast differences which do exist,���������wealth is unevenly divided, income and  earning power vary greatly from one person to another, and at different  periods of a person's life. One man's standard of living ahd expenditure  cannot safely be accepted as sound and proper by another man. While our  present distribution of wealth continues, one man's loose change will be  another man's extravagant folly.  Like everything else in this changing world, the social order is changing.  Furthermore, it is the right and privilege of every man and woman to work  for a change along lines he or she consfders will be better, more just; with  this limitation, however, that they must consider and respect the rights of  others just as they expect their rights to be respected. Self-interest alone  .must not be our guide, because, in the final analysis, insistence of self-interest  alone means self-destruction. And this is true of nations just as truly as it  is of individuals,  George Washington once said: "Economy makes happy homes and  sound nations���������instiL it deep." Far better t-o follow this sage advice than  to indulge in the heart-burning dissatisfaction of continually trying .to keep  up with the Joneses.  Hard Times In  Labr-Ufor  Twelve Thousand Families Are Reported _Co Be Facing Starvation  ."Unless prompt assistance is forthcoming some 12,000 families face  starvation this winter in the Button  Bay. district of Labrador, according  to a report presented the Quebec Government by Kiev. A. S.������ Ledmoygan,  provincial school inspector and Anglican missionary of the stricken district. This Tcondition was brought  about by: the failure of the cod fishing industry this year.  The repbrt was considered by a  cabinet Tnieeti^g, at the conclusion of  which Premier L,. A. Taschereau said  the Quebec Government will do something as soon'as possible to alleviate  the situation.  "We would naturally like the Dominion authorities to go 50-50 with us  in providing this relief,"' he added.  DRAPERIES MADE NEW  WorM's  Poultry  Congress  ������*ffSK������,--H.**'kB__El    TO**!.***    fcffarlc-    nsV_    ������7!m_xt_ft*������* ���������������  **>   ���������������������'������*'������������������'- mmimtrm.m+mmur        m*m--***ammi*am. ���������*.������**-������_������w -*���������������*" ������������������~w��������� B  tain Delegates To Rome  .Convention  Achiev&d Great Success  . ������������������.   _> ___.  _re-_.__4__.__ _.   ���������>-^__i,_-;'jr-.-^������.j_^l������-*.-i.  unu i>;ug  ������cau������ci( *.������*������������_ .it_flu__.uut.i-bO  In Scotland Yard  Canadians   will:   read ,"twith v/arra  horn, Florence, Pisa, Perouse, Ancoha,  When  we  resumed  housekeeping a  ***"���������������  J"***   Milan.  Como. ^ and  month ago I.'found my draperies had!Veaice* Canadian ablegates wail re-  become creased from packing. I hung j turn by way of Switzerland, Germany,  them out on the line, hoping to o^'g'iitn and 1:',**an������*tt en ^qu^** +0 Qw-at  remove  the  creases.    Then  I forgot     "������~  Delegates to the Fifth World's aatIa������actlon the tribute paid to Lord  Poultry Congress being held in Rome. ' -o������������������ Uww +u��������� T n���������*nn rm-rr.,*.* _vn !..<������ rn-  Italy, in 1933, are assured an excep-' Uhqulrfxlng; the office of Commission-  tional opportunity for visiting. Not er of the Metropolitan Polic Force.  only will they . "see Rome" during Tfae g.reat p0pUlar������ty which Ws iord_  Congress week but they will be guests ��������� alxip gained' with-TOie soldiers;.under  of the Government of Italy for an his command on the battlefields of  eight-day tour of the country, during. Europe was- shared by the citizen*  which visits will be made to such in- of thia country When he became Gov-  teresting and historic spots as Leg-  ernor-General of. the Dominion. He  was liked for _his. personal ��������� qualities  as much as he was admired for his  ability and strength of character.  When he was appointed to Scotland  them.    The result was they became  badly faded and sun-spotted.  ���������"I -ctrop heartsick untiE the haripy  thought struck me to dye thetn.*i  just, dyed them a deeper green, and  as I used Diamond Byes tbey look  gorgeous and new. I have never seen  easier dyes to use than Diamond  Dyes. They give the most beautiful  colors���������when used either for tinting  or dyeing���������and never take the life  out of cloth as other dyes do."  Mrs. J.F.T., Montreal.  A New .Product  Britain. Going routes being consid- s whether military qualifications were  ered include via Paris and the South Uie ^hi credentials for a police chief-  of France, via Gibraltar and Old xjnfertu���������at_ly Lord Byng has suffer-  Spam, via the Riveria, and by steam- ^ mucil fpom. m-health during his  er direel to Naples with a day at ] tenure of office, but he has succeeded  Palermo. F. C. Slford, Dominion PouS- j in achieving a great success in the  try Husbandman, is again giving an position. Certain happenings had  active lead to Canadian parUcipation maj-red    the    wonderful    record    of  and will "be glad to h'ear from, anyone  Interested in attending the Rome Congress.  Making Of Wool Leather Is Closely  Guarded Secret  The newest leather isnt leather at  aii. It is nothing more or less than  wool. Wool-leather has been developed  at the headquarters of the British  Wool Industries Research Association  In Leeds, England, and the process ia  a closely guarded secret. It looks like  teather, wears like leather, is waterproof, and can be produced remarkably cheaply. The new wool-leather  is excellent for boot uppers, furniture,  motoring coats, and for the upholstery of ears^buses. and railway ve=  hides. Not" the" least "of its advantages is that it is easily produced in  any desired shade or colour.  Ready-Made Medicine.��������� You need  no physician for ordinary ills; when  you  have   at  hand   a   bottle  of Dr.  Thomas' Bclectric Oil.      For coughs,  Britain's Metropolitan Police Depart-  ment, and it was to no sinecure that  the great commander was called. He  undertook the task with, his usual  thoroughness, however, with the result, according to the Times, that  "Scotland  Yard  has  gained  nothing  St.frlSSZmT-mm^Sma.?bS JT������ th- completerestoration of pub-  bruises, sprains It is unsurpassed; jlic confidence in the police force and  while for cuts, sores and the like it: the police force has regained conn-  is an unquestionable healer. It needs dence in itself. The good which Lord  no testimonial other than the use, and Rvtio. *,���������������. /,���������__ _rin i*,.__ ���������#.___. ������,_��������� ������  that will satisfy anyone as to its Byng has done will Lve after him."  effectiveness. May he be spared to long enjoy his  well-earned retirement! He has shown  himself in peace and war a true commander and a great administrator.���������  Make Drastic Cuts  United States Naval Expenditures To  Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph.  Be Reduced  With, strokes    cutting    more    than  $50,000,000 from    its  ���������1933    espendi-  In  Proud Of Record  the    province ! of'   Vermland,  Crowds Hear Einstein  A huge crowd battled with police to  Sweden, 1������_ farmers have received hear Professor Albert EMnstein, father  diplomas testifying to the long heredl- of relativity, outline a new scientific  tary tenure of their lands. The record theory, even though the theory con-  seems to be held by a. family at Eda, j cerned such a highly technical sub-  which has farmed its'lands siiico'1470, jject as the uao -of vectors in thrce-  but another family, at Norda Emter- j dimensional space, something under-  ud; has hold a farm since 1-480.   The standablo only   by   very   competent  Persian Bains imparts a rare charm  and distinction to the woman who  uses it. Fragrant as a flower, de-  liciously cool to the skim, it always  results in complexions delightfully  young and Lovely. Indispensable to  every dainty woman. As a powder  base for oily-textured skins or as a  beautifying lotion, it is unrivalled.  Tones, and stimulates the skin.  Recommended also to soften and  make the bands flawlessly white.  Telegraphing Flowers  Television jVJay Enable Purchaser To  Actually See the Flowers  Selected  The sending of "flowers toy telegraph" has for some years been a  great convenience to many people, although they have been obliged largely  to leave the selection of the bouquet  or plant to the florist. But, according to information given out at the  recent convention of the.FlorIsts Telegraph Delivery Association, television  will soon enable the customer actually to see lils selection of blooms and  supervise their arrangement before  delivery Is made. Perhaps the time  may come when a customer can get  a whiff of their fragrance?���������Christian Science Monitor.  tur������s_ the United States navy has  eliminated its less important activities and has sharply curtailed many  that it valued highly.  Ivfoee than 3,000 civilian employees  Will be laid off. More than 4,000 sailors and- marines will be taken from  the noils.  The Boston, Mass., and Charlston,  S.C, navy yards will be closed, and  so will the operating base at New  Orleans, La., the naval station at  Newport, Rhode Island, and the naval  ammunition depot at Lake Denmark,  New Jersey.  Don't be without Douglas' Egyptian  Liniment. Keep it always handy. Relieves toothache, neuralgia, sore  throat, ���������quinsy, and croup.; Invaluable  for burns, sores. Barber's Itch and  Ringworm.  Canada a Good Country  Times may be "hard" in Canada  in some lines, but generally speaking,  this country can hold its head up  with any of them 'wben it comes to  business integrity and solidity. Naturally, we cannot hope to be rid of those  who are always tripping over their  loy. er tip, but these, fortunately, are  in the minority. But how that minority can sometimes :broadcast.  Swedish farmers talco great pride in  their family records and tho new diplomas aro highly prized.  "When your wife   .starts   to   talk  does she know when to stop V*  "1 don't knew yet; we've only beeim  married nine years."  mathem ati cians.  A man's reputation Is made -as  much by what ho leaves, unsaid as by  what he says.  Peag-le who  we  too. old. lo  learn  have .outlived their usefulness.  A Few Doses Did If  ~~ Mrs, E. Goultor, MB*1H__ Av������. 13,, ���������Oo%a������yi. Alta*  writeas���������"Last onrnmer my yotuigoa. oon was vary  bad vrith summer complaint, and everything- Bio ato  ho would vomit, and ho got no thin I boeame vory  much worried. X could not got th������ diaalmrgea  ghoflkad, 04 I wont to the druftgiat and he pavo mo a  hoUlo ot Dr. Fowler'������ Extract oU Wild Eftmwhorry  and told mo lt would ntop tho troublo il anything  would. After I had gtvuvn the boy tin. jflrat fftw doaan  t noticed tlio lUiiolmritiwi woro Iiolnji chivokod, woJt M_  Etttfl asflisas fcsfore ho-was wolf. .*g. **,*"  Mew Appcoinimcnt  Dr, Cr N. Bell, Of ������mln Standards  Board, Has; Been Siiperannuated  Dr. C. N. Boll, first secretary of the  Winnipeg Grain Exchange, nnd recently the socretary of the Wostorn  Grain Standards Board and the Grain  AppeolB Board, having reached tho  ago limit for civil servants, has been  -superannuated and Iss succeeded in hlw  position by 3MtoJor C. J. Drake, who  haa been transferred teom tho Canadian Government Ifllevators afc Fort  William.  Major Drako is well known in Winnipeg, having held a ssoretarial position.'in tho Manitoba, legislature for a  number of yoars.  as ��������� us.   8    B   yssSS^   *s*i!m3    SS3     fsf  Blooming varieties of begonia Hko  plenty of sunshine, whereas varieties  with spotted loaves thrive In north  windows.  Rmtm  W*   N������   V.   1018  **������  ^  / just postpone it!  "No, I don't havo 'norves." Yoii can't have thbwi, and  hold this sort of position. My hood used to throb  around three o'clock, and certain days, of course,  were wor������o than othcr.i.  /"Thtra I. learned to're!y on 'Aspirin.*"  The sure cure for ahy headache is rc������t. But Bome-  times we must poatpono it. -That's 'when Aanirin  oaves the day. Two tablets^, nnd the no^ginge pain is  cone until you arc home. And onco you arc comfortublo  the jiamacidom. returns I.  Keep Aspirin handy. Don*t pui it away, or put off  taking it. Fighting ahcadncho to finish Ino day ������nny  be heroic, but it is also ft littks foolish. So in -mcritfdng  a night's sleep because you've an annoying cold, or  irrilutec! throat, or grumbling tooth, neuralgia.  neuritis. These tnblolw nlwnyft roliovo, They don't  deprcM. tho heart, and may be takon freely. Thnt ia  medical opinion. It is a fact established by tho last  twenty years of medical practise,  The only caution to bo observed is whon you nro  liming Aspirin. Don't talco a Biib������titute became it will  not acl the. same. Aspirin ia made In Canada*  ne  Madia in Hum*A* TSS   EEVIEW.'; CRESTON.   B.   a
IN dFf-Gii.S fiO
Geneva, ^ ^dtzerland.---Shaken;fYby:
doubt of United- States support "and
confronted by Japan's stoutly-maintained refusal to wit-bdi-aw 'he&Mabh-
churian troops ;~uht_i:;.her terms' have
been met, the'"council of the League
of-Nations faltered in its efforts to
establish peace between China and
Japan. Pessimism was so complete
that a proposal to adjourn the council's special session for three weeks,
without concrete action to arrest the
Manchurian conflict,' was debated.
Gbserver&;leaT.ed that the-crisis,;, now
five weeks old, would continue unchecked.
Fate of the February1 disarmament
conference and the life of the league
itself were declared to be hanging in
the: balance because of the turn of
events- in. Manchuria. Too,.fear, was
expressed that within China itself
there wouid be political turmoil as a
result of the Geneva deadlock. Council' members maintained silence concerning apprehensions about the attitude of the United States, but 3t was
admitted that "ihe ��� cpuncil sized the
aituation up thus: -      '
[After giving the league; cordial assurances of Washington's support in
ita efforts at pacification, and after-
accepting the invitation to sit -Hjirlthj
the council under the terms of the
Brtand-Kellogg pact, .7 the ,.-_ United
States Government now has evidenced
unwillingness to support the move to
insist on complete withdrawal of Japanese troops by a definite date, nor
has the United States supported the
proposal for a commission of neutral
observers on the spot.
Deep regret was; expressed over reports from Washington that United
States Secretary of State Henry L..
Stimson has assured Japanese Ambassador Katsuji Debucht the United
States has no intention of participating in anjr program of economic pressure. ���--���--���;���.;-..���������
Federal Authority
Must Be Secured
S\. - ��� ..
* ��______3___�����llll   ������_.    I ,
Before Provinces Initiate New Undertakings As Belief Measure
Ottawa, Ont.���."All that has taken
place is vthat various provinces and
municipalities have been: nct'fied to
refrain from initiating new undertakings without" federalTauthrority,'.'; Senator Hon. Gideon Robertson,,Minister
of Labor, declared There, cpmnaenting
on western; despatches to ^fhe effect
that the provinces had' been requested
to cut their relief measures.
"We found that new undertakings
were being embarked upon for which
federal authority had not been secured," the Minister said. "This had
to stop, We notified the provinces
that such works as were already commenced could, be proceeded with; but
that;new enterprises must have D��-
mih'on authorizaticin. We intend to
Insist upon that being respected. That
is all."
.-.*���.. .*-
Unemployed Women
Ottawa, Ont.���The Dominion Government will not undertake registration of unemployed women. This is
made plain; in a letter Senator Gideon
Robertson has sent to the- National
Council of Women. The registration of
unemployed-men has proved a very
considerable task. He is hopeful of
obtaining much desired information
fron! the census in this regard."
Senator'' Robertson's letter says
^thie results;6f.Tthe efforts to register ^unemployed T men have been so
obviously misused by duplications and
men not unemployed registering in
anticipation of their becoming out of
work, "that it seems to preclude the
j possibility of successful registration
of run employed women."
Repays U.S. Credit
Of    England    .Retires
Portion Of Big Loan
New York, N.YV���The New York
Herald-Tribune says the Bank of
England has repaid most of tbe $125,-
000*000 SO-day credit it obtained from
the United States federal reserve system on August 1. ���_ _.)....
: It was revealed,. says T the news-,
paper,- "in a major front page: story,
that the bank bad been able to retire
this market.
$100,000, GOO
ot   its   ureai 1.  _.��
The Herald-Tribune says further in
NeWs  of   the   retirement  of  four-
fifths of the August credit, which matures on October'31, evoked considerable "surprise  and  gratification ��� here,
t It was  regarded  as a foregone con-
t elusion  that  the  federal   reserve, ad-
S vance, while nominally due last week,
j'was actually "frozen" for some time
j to come.
I Thus, by repayment of the major
portion of its credit for the federal
reserve, the Bank of . England has
lowered substantially its foreign liabilities, thereby removing some of the
obstacles which might be considered
as standing in the way of an early
payments on the debts, suspended by stabilization ��f sterling exchange, and
the   Hoover   moratorium    last   June,   simultaneously the    liquidity  of   the
j federal  reserve system has  been in -
j creased a corresponding amount.
The announcement in London of
Sir .Norman Angell (above), well
known British economist, that he believed all war debts' will be cancelled,
has attracted international attention.
Sir Norman stated   he    doubts    that
will ever be resumed.
Relief For West
_ni *
Death (Jf A. J. McPhail
President   Of   Saskatchewan   Wheat
.Pool Passes Suddenly In Regina -.
Regina,     Sask_���A.    J.     MaeFliali,
president    of"  Saskatchewan    Wheat
Pool   since   its  inception,   and   presi-
tl**   Un    s   ' debt of Canadian Co-Operative Wheat
T�� IV-  to^'^��' "��� % ":* ;^^3u^���^5'S-Limited?:$ha;tYis;'��� the cen-
E.P.   RailCll   BUimed fc^ seising* -agencf,:i   died  ; suddenly
��30,000, Worth Of Food and Clothing!
Shipped From Easte. n Canada       j
��� Toronto, Ont.���:Since the national
emergency relief committee of the
United .Church of Canada was formed
last August, 38 carloads of cloth'ng,!
fruit and vegetables, mostly from Ontario have been shipped to drouth-
stricken areas of the Canadian west.
Definite promise of 27 more carloads
from this province has already been
secured, according to officials of the
committee. .   " ~
,.': Figures compiled show that a total
Premiers Will Meet
Again In November
To Consolidate Views On Problems Of
Western Provinces _
Calgary, Alberta.���Taking back to
their respective provinces. - information whieh will be studied in preparation for another conference in November, premiers and cabinet members
of the prairie provinces closed their
conference here and "left for their
R-ancfe Elands Battled Disastrous Firs
For Twelve Hours
-Calgary, Alberta. ���- Damage total-
lihg $18,000 was done by fire which
razed two barns on the Prince of
Wales E.P. Ranch hear. High River,
Alberta. The fire claimed the $1,000
champion cow "Balcairn Lavatera".
the $600 champion heifer, _.._....-,._. *��__,
Lily"; the $600 yearling heifer, j
"Princeton Jessie" and seven young
; Prof. W. L* Carlyie, manager of the
ranch, believed J:hat spontaneous
combustion caused the outbreak. All'
the ranch hands battled the flames but
tlie high wind blocked their efforts
and the fire spread rapidly.
pctober.?! in Regina    General    Hospital.  Ttle was 47 years old.
Mr. MacPhail underwent an operation on Septetnber 28 for appendicitis,
and sfnce that time had been making
satisfactory progress. He was to have
been released -from hospital the day
he died.
His attending physician. Dr. Hugh
Princeton j Mctean, stated that embolism, or the
release of a clot in the blood stream,
caused his sudden death.     ^
The meeting in November is being I
of $50,000 worth of food and clothing  caned to consolidate    views    of    the
has been shipped to the prairies from  prairie provinces and British Colum-
Eastern Canada and British Colum- bia in an effort to have legislatures \ consistently along the lines of what
bia under the direction of the relief of eack province take uniform action' they evidently, without protest from
committee.     The largest total is that  on problems debated. British Colum-1 the public, conceived to be"their man*
.^ .Winnipeg, 3___-tt.--Re-adjustn_.ent of
the capital, .structure of ;the Canadian
National Railways "would not alter
the economic-position of the country
(.one iota," Dr. W. W. Swanson, professor of economics at the University
of : Saskatchewan, told the Winnipeg
young men's board of trade in an address in which he blamed the people
of Canada for any extravagance in
the building up of the government-
owned railroad.
.'-'������A. private corporation, in debt as
the C.N.R. is, might well consider
some arrangement with, its bondholders -which might permit the scaling down of its' indebtedness, Dr.
Swanson said, but, he added: 'Tt is
not conceivable that, the Dominion of
Canada wiii assemble the bondholders
in this case and offer a plan of reconstruction ' of ��� capita! -which will involve their agreeing to a sealing down
of the face ., value, of their- investments."... ,:���-,���.. ���. ���. ... .,
Capital readjustment of the C.N.R.
"would be a trick in accounting," declared Dr. Swanson. 'tit would be
wholly useless, except as gesture."
The Saskatchewan economist, who accompanied Premier R. B. Bennett to
the last imperial conference in an expert capacity, thought the present
condition off the C.N.R. has some
value to Canadians "as a warning."
"It indicates in plain terms," he
said, "the necessity for exercise of
more, caution in the future than has
been shown in th.e past. It indicates
the.need to weigh projects of national
expansion more carefully than we
have sometimes done; the wisdom of
making haste slowly, even in a counr
try as rich and as capable of development as is Canada."
Dr. Swanson defended the railway's
management. "Operating accounts of
the system   indicate   they   proceeded
f Huron County,  Ontario,  which is  bia's representatives, absent from the
Qw   rOS-tiaS!^ .l,tl<     6ip*nr|i. f*p^-: ,   .._ .���*-,'-j*.'a.- ������. :_.___.i-; .!_______-��� ���-��� 1���_-^t-:  *i_ *_:  -   "���.'._.a. .-*'�����=_'-."St.- ~i
ZtCw Ias.dl.ag" its, eigjaiix car,;
Not Yet Learned Lesson
last meeting,   wi|i
November session.
_V_-_t*_s      _->m -
take part \" in]?thh$
date���to make the railway complete
-ii ;equ_pment" and service;' to" seek for
new business whenever it yoffered; to
hich  information was] handle the routine operations of .the
exchanged during the two-day gather-1 system 'efficiently, and to draw on" the:
"The Beggar's Opera"
English  TAght Ojpera' Company  Now
On Canadian To-ur
por i2"}~" The English Light Opera Company
hdurs the  fire' was fought before itjwWph...h��8 come from London, Eng-
Was prevented-from    spreading    to land f9r a Trans-Canada tour has re-
other buildings of the ranch. Profes-ceived hi��h Pralae from th�� critics of
Many Disasters Have Apparently
Failed To Impress Nations
Toronto, Ont.���Equality of sacrifice
among the nations was stressed as
the salvation of the world, by Sir
William Clark, British High Commissioner in Canada. Officiating at the
annual prize giving at St. Andrew's
College, Sir William addressed the
students. Looking back over a generation, "which in the last 20 years
has seen so    many    disasters
ing included unemployment relief,
curtailment of provincial expenditures
and finances generally, debtor-creditor grievances, wheat pool guarantees
and gasoline prices. On the question
of gasoline prices alone .was any
definite action taken,, and this was a
step towards ah investigation under
the Combines act.
J Floods  la India ���
Calcutta, India.���At least 150 perr
drowned  and  2,000 made
Dominion treasury   -for   the   moneys \
necessary for-���these purposes. -    :;    " ^
"If,  as  it has often been���..a!!eg<ed1Y
there has been  extravagance.:'.inYTthay'
addition of. facilities, I for one shall r
accept my share of ,the blame ^wliich.:
as a whole, must rest on the people
of   this,   cpuntry.   Cities   demanding
hotels,      travellers ;,.���;���. clamoripg-;r:.,'for ���-.
speedier trains, individuals, and jpur- .
nals applauding refinement oif luxury
and service���of these is the Dominion
of Canada made up, and they have ���'"
      _.      _7         come  i3ons were
upon it, culminating in  the severest  homeless by floods -which  reached  ai^ad 3>Fovided what: they demanded."
and most widespread depression which  depth of 30 feet in the vissianagram
the  world has  known,"  Sir William | area of India. About 90 per cent, of
Expressed a fear that
nations of the .world
learned their lesson.
even now the
had   not   yet
the cattle ifl the area were' drowned [
and considerable damage done to the
J. jute crop.
sor Carlyl.e , said  the  champion ,cpw.
     Toronto and other Eastern Canadian
heifers were being prepared' ^'"^'i'citlers' thfey have appeared in. Special
Royal Winter Show at "Torbhto.     He j stress is laid on the vocal ability of
said all entries would be withdrawn
now because ofj the conflagration.
Slump Seen As Benefit
Henify ;For^..Saxs,,iJpejgrosBlon ^'Is	
WlielcstMiw." Thing In Ocnerul
New York, NlY.-^Hcnry ':: Ford,
thinks the ecoil.omWi'slumpJ "has done
less harm
try than a conljlnuance o^f our'.previpus
false, "      "   ���������..-������
prosperity would have '-doner."
[an interview hliVe^]_tfr. !Foi*d says
depression is .#wholesome thing,
ln general.1' Irho.i'condltionwiil'bo
brok(3n, when i>oople ceaso to believe
that i something can be obtained for
nothing and when nooplc. g��t brick
their) self-depqndence,. that Is, when
thoyjeoase to l^nn:on' the Initiative of
a few either ;to .provide work or
Want Gambling Stopped .
Mexico dity.-r-Commorolal organlK-
atlori'n of Mexico.'iiict.ng through the
medium of tho confederated chambers
of commerce, will usk President Ortiz
Rublb to put /m absolute stop'to all
gambling ln Mexico^
Cbjlha  has  just placed   a  tax  on
the rtet profits of banks.
���w.  w. u.  ioaa
the company which is headed by Ley
land White, one of England's most
popular.grand opera and concert baritones, ��� who wiH be seen as McHeath
in,. "Th*^ ,-I?eggar:s,., Ojjera," When the
cdmpariy.appears -at theTDarka Building for Music at Regina ' on . Novem>>
be"r'"2, 3, a"n3 "^."Misa" Kathleen Dcs-
toUi;ngl,jtsoprah��, will be tho "Polly
Peaclium.".", This charming and gifted ' singer" was a' protege of Dame
MoibBL's', and appeared with the Australian diva at; a Command P.orform-
rini.0 at .Covont Garden shortly beforfe
the death of MQlba. Another member
of ,^ho' .Gom^xjfy (is Miss Dorothy
Georgei'^U-jtiiown London contralto,
who has'BuinB'tho principal contralto
roles in ;iaitbb'rtt &" Sullivan operas.
"The Beggii.r'Bt Opera," by .Tohn Gay,
is in full keeping with his name, for
it' is riotously mbrry. For an evening
of jollity and tuneful music, no opera
since this flrst of all English comic
operas con comparoY Mr.Y^Ionry
Jnxon, ono-of the most distinguished
conductors of all England, -yi/lll conduct tho performances. Thqsc who attended the Wombly Exhibition will recall that it was Mr. Jaxon who directed tho music for the Pageant of Empire, and was In charge of the musla
for His Majesty's Government. Mr.
Jaxon Is a personal friend of Sir
Edward Gorman, composer of "Morrlo
England," tho other opera being given
by the English Opera Company on its
tour, and has assisted that eminent
composer in re-orahoBtratlng nnd arranging a n.__._.jc-' of Silt. wo.���]_...
British and German . Trade Shows
Signs Of Improvement
Washington.���Business edged for*
ward last month in both Great Britain
and Germany.
Germany's favorable trade balance,
gained through Increased exports and
declining Imports, broke all records
during that month.
The United Kingdom has a larger
unfavorable trade balance than in
August, but there were increases in
both exports and imports.
Reports to the commerce department gave tho following figures:
Oorman Imports, September, 448,-
000,000 marks; exports, 885,000,000
marks, including reparations deliveries in kind of 23,000,000 marks.
United Kingdom imports, September, 68,300,000 pounds; exports, 20,-
800,000 pounds, and re-exports at 3,��
800,000 pounds.
In the hands of those five men n groat share of the fate of Germany
now rosts. Helnrlch Bruenlng (upper right), Chancellor and Foreign Minister, charged with tho formation of a new cabinet, selected Hermann Dietrich (lower left), as Vlcc-Chancollor and Finance Minister; Goneritl WHholm
Greener (lower right), as Minister of War and Interior, and Dr, Kurt Joel
(upper left), as Minister of Justice. In tho group Is shown Adolf Hitler
(centre), National Socialist leader.
Tidal Wave Sweeps Island
Fifty     Liven    Aro    Loist    Following
Severe Earthquake
London, Eng.���~The   office   of    tho
��� colonial secretary was Informed that
' 50 Uvea had been lost In the destruction of 1.8 native villages on the Island
of Cristobal ih   tho   western   Pacific
when a tidal wave swept the settle*
mentis following an earthquake.
Tho earthquake, which wan severe,
occurred in tlio central and eastern
aro aw of the British Solomon Islands,
a raporfc from tho hifth'bommhifdbnev
of the woatorn Pacific stated. V.  THE  CBESTON  REVIEW  Bargains in  Personal  Results  Along-distance call is often the  greatest bargain in the world  measured in terms of results.  Valuable friendships can be kept  alive by long-distance telephone. Business can be done  quickly and effectively.  If you have a friend in some  distant place you would like to  talk m to or some business  associate from whom you  would like to get a quick  decision, call "Long-Distance"  and ask how much it would  cost. No obligation to place  a call is attached to inauiries.  an admission of 60 and 25 cents. The  proceeds will be used for the purchase of  a cot for the maternity ward at Creston  public hospital.  FOB SALE���������Adjustable dress form,  $5. Coat hangers, 5 cents each. 25-inch  dressed doll, $1.60. Taffet cushion  form, $1.86. Infants knitted bonnets,  jackets, etc. A few girl-* dresses, and a  number of other articles below cost price  as I am not able to sew. Mary Hills,  Fourth Street, Creston.  The busiest spot in the viliage the past  three days was the fall fair main building on which a large crew of volunteer  laborers were at work .sheeting up the  structure. The village ia supplying the  lumber and free labor is being provided  | by the Knights of Pythias, with E. Rep-  ] somer superintending operations. This  wiii put the building in comfortable  shape for the K.P. dance this evening.  Kootenai; Telephone Oo.  __  in a  LIMITED  Local and Personal  Those who intend sendirg a Christmas  box of applps to friends in the Old  Country are reminded that Saturday,  November 7t__��������� is the last day orders can  be booked with Crestland Fruit Co.  Tonight's social attraction is the  masquerade dance under K.P. building  fund auspices at the Park Pavilion, corn-  men cing at 9 o'clock. Splendid prizes  are being offered. Up till 12 o'clock  only those in costume or masked will be  ali!owed to dance.  The C.P.R. yard has once more resumed its normal appearance. The  grain loading platforms have all been  taken up 'and the two-bin elevator  operated by Mr. Mikkelson of Lewiston,  Idaho, is also dismantled and stored  away for 1932 use.  The bridge under Woman's Auxiliary  auspices at the Parish Hall on Friday  night was only fairly well attended with  the high score prizes going to Mrs.  Jas.  Secondary  Mis?.   Joan  The Women's Institute car of fruit and  vegetables, whir-h Is being shipped to  assist with relief work in the dried out  area in Saskatchewan, will be loaded on  Tuesday, November 3rd, at Creston.  It is requested that all apples be put  sacks. Trucks will be provided to bring j  in stuff from those who are unable to  make delivery. For all information in  this connection phone Mrs. R. Stevens.  The results of the October examinations have been issued at Greston High  School. Faye Tompkins headed Grade  11, with Jack Young second, and Arthur  Nichol third. In Grade 10, Kathleen  Bundy headed the year, followed by  Marjorie Crosby and Ellen Hagen in the  order named. Frances Moore came first  in Grade 9, With Eleanor Spratt second  and Dorothea MacDonald third. There  are 15 pupils-registered in Grade 11, and  21 in Grade 10.    40 are in Grade 9.  The re-organized Creston High School  Literary and Athletic Association is taking full advantage of the prevailing fine  weather to run off a programme of inter-  class athletics. A basketball schedule is  under way for the girls, each class fielding a team. Five games have been played so far. The team captains appointed  by the executive are Betty Speers, Ree-  iha Phillips and Nellie Payne. The  boys have organized a football team and  High has played several games with the  Public School. Tennis has been in full  swing all the fa 1 term.  A hollowe'en party is announced for  Friday night at 8 o'clock for the  young folk of Trinity United Church It  will take the form of a contest social,  "Ladies, will please bring baskets and the  C.G.I.T. and Trail Hangers will divide  the   proceeds   from   thi3   source.   The  The annual meeting of the Kill Kare  Klub was hel������ on Wednesday evening  last, Douglas Butterfield was elected  president and Fred Menhinick is secretary treasurer. Meetings are to be  made on Wednesday of each week.  Plans are to be made for a full line of  winter sport.  The first of the whist and bridge drives  was held on Saturday in aid of the  children's Christmas treat. The high  score in bridge .went to Mrs. G Taylor  and C. Ogilvie; consolations to Mrs.  Greig and D. Butterfield. Whist winners were Mrs. G. Gregory and H.  Bathie; consolation, JE_. Foxall and E.  Wall.. During supper, served by Institute members, the drawing for the three  tier iced cake took place, and was won  by the holder of ticket No. 62. Anyone  holding this number should notify Mrs.  H. A. Bathie, president of the W I.  .V?  ��������� iii-i.g aaogo-___ii>.-iii>Mi>iiii>ii������  i_B_a-Ba_B_ase_aas__������aeBB.������i^������9  J_7__.l1.1 _i  UP YOUR  BINS NOW with  *  a.  *  s  Remembered with Flowers  At   t e  funeral   of  the  Dodds.   who   was  buried   in  cemetery   on   October  21st,  membering with flowers were:  late  Robert  Creston  those   rc-  Mother,  Ci-REATH  Sole agent for GAL.T COAL.  cs  m  S  ._  m  !  i  t  Cook and Rev T. Scott,  honors were carried off by  Kemp and F. R. I__evirs.  With a by-election contest under way  in the Columbia riding T. D. Pattullo,  leader of the Liberal party, is finding it  necessary to spend much time in the  Golden and Windermere districts, and  the public meeting at Creston announced  for tonight, has been cancelled.  Visiting brethren are invited to join  with Creston Masonic Lodge at an  emergent meeting on Sunday evening at  7 o'clock, for the purpose of attending  divine service at Trinity United Church.  They will be addressed by W. Bro. Rev.  A. Walker, pastor of the church.  The evening of Monday, November  5.1% has been booked for a recital and  entertainment by the pupils of Mrs. J.  E. JohnBton at   the Parish   Hall,   with  committee in charge predict a good time.  Creston and District Women's Institute Hospital Committee are having  their annual shower of canned fruits and  vegetables for Creston public hospital on  Saturday afternoon, November 7ths at  the United Church busement, 2.30 to  5.30, and are hoping for very generous  contridution to the good work. Afternoon tea will be served.  JLS&tesr  earlier  Lake  operate  *j________-L__  __ A*  *^^*U________i_U0_____fc___J__I.  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  GRESTON  MOTORS  Now carrying for your  inspection the New and  Improved  arconi  rfacSBO  Full Slock of Radio and  Car A ccessories.  Get your car tuned up for  easy winter starting.  Greston Motors  Canyon St. at Barton Ave  Harry and   Tom Yerbury left  in the month   for  the   Summit  district, where they   will   again  a trap line this season.  John Bird was combining business  with pleasure*.on a Friday to Sunday  visit at Nelson.  Rev. T. Scott will be here for  of England service on Sunday  at 11 o'clock.  10.30 a.m.  Church  morning  Sunday school will be at  ���������*OUT*. <piw tyoy^  Fred Powers on Monday shipped out  a pen of 13 White Wyandotte pullets to  the Experimental Farm at Brandon,  Manitoba, where ten of them will be  selected for a pen in the 62-week egg  lay ng contest which starts at November  1st. He is wintering a floak of about  350 birds.  TherS was a fair turnout at the  Community Society bridge on Saturday  night aft the school house, with the high  score prizes going to Mrs. R. Stevens  and Frank Dodgson. There was the  usual dainty lunch and a most enjoyable  social evening.  WynneSel  am!  Birth���������On October 24th, to   Mr.  Mrs. A. Andestad, a ^daughter.  Mr. and Mrs. Botts, who have, been  residents of Nelson for somo time past,  returned to their ranch Inst week.  Mrs, Davis and daughter were Trail  visitors, guests of tho formor's daughter;  Mrs, Cornwall.  Misses Ethel and Annio Hook of  Spokane wore weekend visitors with  tholr grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.  Grady.  Mrs. Monhonick nnd childron loft on  Tuesday on a visit with frlimda at coast  pol-.tH.  Brothers and little Sister, pillow; Sister,  Brother Billy, Bobby and Phyllis, spray;  Auntie Jean and Uncle Sam and the  boys, wreath; Gertie, Hugh and Bill,  wreath; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Percival  spray; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miller,  Salmo, spray. Mrs. Benney, the McRobb family, Mr. and Mrs. James Cock,  ������_._      ______    %*_.���������.      TT-       "TV        T-      t_ m_������ ������  iur. auu ������ic������  j. . xx. aacKsoji,    ivxr,.   ana  Mrs.   B. Johnson, Mr.   and   Mrs.   Ra  Crisler, Mr.  and Mrs. A. W. Sinclair,  Goodow and Thelma   Vance,   Mr.  and  Mrs. Ed. Martin   and family,  Mr. and  Mrs. Hester, Col. and Mrs.   Lister  and  Vera. Grestl?_r_d Fruit Company packing  staff. Florence Craigie, Mr", and Mrs.  A.  L. Palmer, the Bell family, Mr. and Mrs  Pat Holland, Mr.   and   Mrs.   Mnrphy,  Mr. and Mrs. J.   B.   Holder,   Bud   and  Marcella Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. Telford  and Sandy, Ruth, Lloyd and Roy Cartwright, Fraser   family.   Mr.   and   Mrs.  Drexler and Anna,   Mr   and   Mts.   E.  Cartwright, Mr. and Mrs. Hendley, Mr.  and Mrs, F. Putnam   and   family,   Mr  and Mrs. T. W.  Bundy, Mr.. and Mrs.  G.   Leadbetter,   sprays.   Mr.   Graham,  Hugh and Bill, Erickson School pupils.  and teachers, Mr. and Mrs. W. R Long,  R. Waim. ley,   Erickson   Ladies'   Guild,  Mr. and Mrs. Leveque and Betty, R. J.  and Bobby Long, Mrs. Jos. Wilson   and  family, wreaths.    Dr. McKenzie, Misses  Jessie White,   Josephine   Pedersen  and  Ada Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Weir, Mr. and  Mrs. Chandler, W. H. Fortin. Margaret,  Johnny,   Emily    and    Con.   Nygaard,  crescents.    Mr. and Mrs. Haskins. star.  Crestland Fruit Comnany packing staff.  Mr. and Mrs. F. J.  Klingensmith, Mr.  and Mrs  Vic.   Mawson   and   Mr.   and  .Mrs.   F.   Brownrigg,   cross.    Mr.  and  Mrs.   N    H.   Strong,   Mr.   and   Mrs.  Craigie, Mary Olson, Mr. and   Mrs.   C.  O. Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Young,  Mr and Mrs. Thurston and family, Mr.  and Mrs. F. E.  Clark and family, Mac  and Sam, Dick and Stewart Penson, the  Kemp family, Mrs. Hopwood,   Mr.   and  Mrs. Goodwin and Mary, Mr. and Mrs.  Chas.     Moore   and   family,   H.  VanAckeran, Mr. and Mrs.   G.   Cartwright,  Mr. and Mrs E. J. C. Richardson, Alice  Embree. Mrs. McKeivey and. Ray,  W.  G. Littlejohn and family, Mr.  and Mrs.  F C. Rodgers. Mr. and, Mrs. Tompkins,  Mr. and Mrs. J. Hall, Mr. and  Mrs. R.  A. Palfreyman and family.  * QiBBssa tfmr_n_]nr������_r_w������w_. r_n_T__i_������ _f^  ��������� A-A-A-A-A   ^-^-^---^-^-^-^--^in-^i  -t-iA_A- friiid-n.*--'- __S_-fl] ���������_. ^-A������^^l^^-A-*'-  __l______4���������*_______t_  .  ___b__B_____-       ���������a       S5   _____i\_______  ______^^_3___ BS ._____*    mm ef&     *��������� c__k____________.  Wi lit  guarantee  PREMIER  PALMER   &  GARAGE  MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  T*  ���������9,wmm>mmm 4  '>'>'y'T'T'>'. 'y'B"T'>'?'y't'V'������'y  '^'V'f't   >'>'f'T'>'*'f  .  i  4  l  t  <  <  I  4]  .  I  4  4  'f 'f lW"9,*'aW"!.lVl y ��������� WJL.MJIILJBB^.  \Lmmaj^m*^m J  m*mf*mmmmmm\ %vm ������ y^wy������Ty������������ywy^ywy������yy'iw^iM������fi ��������� ������������������������<��������� ���������'������������������ i ������������������  GRAND THEATRE  .-SAT., Ocf.  JU^ul  Glamorous Gaiety I  Profound Drama I  Radiant Romance I  with  JEANETTE  MacDONALD  JOHN GARRICK      .  JOE  E, BROWN  in  /Lottery Bride"  An astounding Iqvo ntory that  begins in a student town, gathers  momentum in the primitive  regions of the mining camps and  climaxes amidst the perils of the  Arctic wastes. Here's a tale of  great hearts���������lavishly produced,  triumphantly hiiman^ . 6m pell ing-  lp different. A sensation of  sights, sounds, songs and spectacle  and in Technicolor.  A Carnival of Laughter Excitement and Wonders.  7  is ine Time i  In  the comine sis months vour house wiil be  your warmest friend.  _<?���������������  Is your Furnace in prdpe  working order  Iff hot, let us make it so 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 ia easily  settled now, as prices on fixtures are lower now than ever before.  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  quality is better.   Call now.  STEENSTRUP  &, REED  ������  4  4  '������  4  ��������� 4  4  ������  ������ .  .  4_A_i Ai -___-.__t.-_ _.._ _l_i_������4_-_i -lli _-_-_��������� ______-_l___t^fc������--<-_-___-k������Aa__^  Do something practical  You want to build up an  estate, of course. There is  only one practical way*  Begin with a Savings Account. Deposit regularly*.  In on astonishingly short  time you will have accumulated a fund that will represent the foundation of  an estate.  COMEDY  NEWS  Any branch of this bank  will welcomeyour account.  404  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  &_(_-__&$ OV-HGB ' - "ETC-JRQN70  | Capital tmd Re^erv* $15,000,000 I  OttHSTON nilANOI-I      .    .      ,1. B. W. OLOWWS, Managor    "  ������M.no..oH at, Nolwon, Invwrnor������,Omnbroolc and Pernio THE  G1SEST01.   REVIEW  -���������_  FALL FAIR PRIZEWINNERS  FRUIT���������Plates  Weal&y���������Mrs. M. Hagen, 2nd,  Mcintosh Red���������D. Bradley, E. M.  Craigie, E. A. Pen son, Percy Boffey.  Jonathan ���������D.. Bradley, G. Cartwright., .  Delicious-r-Percy Boffey, - A. E.  Persbn. E. H. Pridliami K. Littlejohn.  Rome Beauty���������E. M. Craigie, E.' A.  Penson. /,:.,.       ','���������;. ..     ������  Winter Banana���������E. A, Penson,, K.  Littlejohn.  Grimes Golden���������D. Bradley, Mrs. P*  Putnand.  Wagener���������Percy Boffey, E. A. Penson.  . Northern Spy���������K. Littlejohn, P. 3���������  Truscott, E. M. Craigie.  Courtland���������F. B. Truscott, W. H.  Hilton.  Gravenstein���������D. Bradley, E A. Peri;  son. ���������   ���������    ��������� ���������   ���������  Ggx Orange���������K. Littlejohn, U. G.  Penson.  Spitzenberg���������R. G. Penson, Percy  Boffey.  3 plates apples���������Percy Boffey, K.  Littlejohn.  Wagener (1)���������Percy' Boffey, R. G.  Penson.    '       '      ,_    .  Mcintosh Red (1)���������R. G. Penson, P.  R. Truscott, D. Bradley.  Jonathan (1)���������Mrs. M. Hagen, K.  Littlejohn.  Delicious (1)���������EL M.  Craigie,   R.   G.  Penson, Mrs. F. Jfutnam.  " Winter Banana (1)���������K. Littlejohn, R.  G.   Penson. ;..���������/���������  FRUIT���������Boxes ���������     ,   '  Mcintosh Red���������E M. Craigie, Percy  Boffey- T������ Goodwin.  Delicious���������R.     G.     Penson,     Percy  Boffey, T. Goodwin.  Wagener���������R.     G.     Penson,     Percy  Boffey.  Rome Beauty���������w ** "55  2nd.  D'Anjou   pears���������E    M.   Craigie,   G  Cartwright.  CHRIST CHURCH  CRESTON  Best packed box���������E. M. Craigie.  Most first prizes���������E. M. Craigie, R.  G.   Penson.  Best 3 plates pf apples, Bank of  Commerce cup���������Ifercy'Boffey.  Hyslop Crabs, 12���������Mrs. F. H. Jackson, R. G. Penson. -  D'Anjou Pears, 12���������E. M. Craigie,  Mrs. F. K. Jackson.  Clarigeau pears 12���������Mrs. M. Young,  1st and 2nd  Flemish Beauty pears���������Mrs. Telford,  Mrs. G. Cartwright.  Bartlett Pears, 12���������Mrs. P. Putnam.  Grapes���������Mrs. Telford.  Vegetables and Fartn Produce.  Netted Gem potatoes���������M.B.Areliib^fd  Collection potatoes���������Jas. Chp_ringtonr  M. B. Archibald.  Carrots, half long���������Mrs. P. Baker, G-  Cartwright.  Carrots, short red���������Mrs. Towson s  Mrs. M. Young.  Beetr��������� G. Cartwright, Mrs. M.  Young. ���������  e ������������������ i  Corn���������Mrs. M. young.  Squash���������-EtrXittlejohn.  Carrots* white���������Mrs. Towson.  Turnips���������Mrs. M. Young, Percy  Boffey.  Pumpkin���������Fred Nazaroff, G. Cartwright. i   ..     .  Mangolds���������M. B. Archibald.. Mrs.  Towson.  Sugar Beets���������Mrs. Towson.  Butter���������Mrs. E. H. Pridham, Mrs.  Hilton.  Brown eggs���������A. Comfort.  Graded eggs���������Mrs. F. Baker.  Plants and Flowers.  Fern���������Mrs. F. C.   Rodgrrs,   Mrs.   C.  Moore.  Geranium���������Betty     Speers,. Mrs.   M.  Young.  House plant���������Mrs. F. C. Rodgers,  lit  and 2nd. *   .'  j    Begonia-���������Mr*. M. Young.  J. .���������___. Hilton, 1st and J    Roses���������Betty    Spe?rs,     Mrs.   F.   C.  Rodgers.  Dahlias���������Mrs. E. Cowling, Mrs. W.R.  Long.--  Boquet���������Mrs. F.   H.   Jackson,    Mrs.  G. Cartwright.  Cut flowers���������Mrs.   D.   Bradley, Mrs.  G. Cartwright.  Asters���������Mrs. G. Cartwright, Mrs. W.  R. Long.  Cosmos���������Mrs.    McLaren,     Mrs.    G.  Cartwright.       ,  Chrysanthemums���������Mrs.     C    Moore,,  Betty Speers.  Gladioli���������Mrs Telford, Mrs. Cowling.  Zinnias���������Mrs.     Cowling,     Mrs.     G.  'Cartwright,1'-:       '���������".'��������� ~ ~*"."  t Snapdragon-^-Mr .Telford.  Mrs. W.  R. Long. ~- ' .   '  Petunia���������Mrs. Cowling, Mrs. G   Cartwright.  Nasturtium���������Mrs. McLaren,  Mrs. F.  C. Rodgers.  Pansies���������Mrs. Bradley,Mrs. C. Moore.  SUNDAY, NOV. 1  LISTER���������11.00 am,. Matins.  CRESTON���������7.30 p.m. Evensong.  m ' ��������� . "  Lutheran Church  REV. C. BAASE, Pastor.  :  7.30 p.m.���������Evening Servi  '��������� 10.00 a.m.-7-Sunday School.  11.00 a.m.���������Service in German.  Everybody welcome.   Unchurched  specially invited.  IB9SOBDO-I  m  c  I?  ff^rii LOO  5-Tubed Toned Radio Frequency, Brand New  Amazing Value  BABY GRAND, $58,50  In  spite  of its amazingly   low  price���������the lowest in radio history  for a five tube set���������the perform-  ��������� ance of thiB new Philco set will  .'��������� amaze you It is equal to the  '5 performance of last y������.ar*s 7 tube  !��������� Baby Grand, whieh in a short  j time became the largest selling  '��������� model    in   the   world.   Genuine  ��������� Mahogany  cabinet  of  attractive   ������  j designe; throe tuning condensers;   ������  ��������� Screen Grid and   Pentode  Power   g  ��������� Tubes; Genuine Electro-Dynamic   ���������  ��������� Speaker. , ���������  a  ���������  s  YOTJ ARE INVITED TO HEAR  THIS MACHINE.  V. MAWSON  CRESTON  .u...___._-___.____,.-__.__-_.  ���������  hoe Repairin  All Work Guaranteed  Worh ready when  promised* ��������� ���������  Charges reasonable.  Satisfaction guaranteed,  *m*W     M_  mmW **wm mmr_BW   **^m ^MV *mmm^*mm ���������W^B_I^  ^���������l^^* ***������ ****> **mm  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  Cooking  Angel cake���������Betty Speers, Mrs.  Beninger.  Devil food���������Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs. M.  Young.       *  Fruit cake���������Mrs. G. Cartwright, Mrs.  M. Young,  Currant cake���������Mrs. Bradley, Mrs. M.  Young.  Chocolate layer cake���������Mrs. Bradley,  Mrs. Ross.  .Bread,   Purity  flour���������Mrs.   Hackett,  Mrs. G. Cartwright,  Mrs F. Baker.  Bread, Five Roses flour���������Mrs. Staple-  ton, Mrs. McLaren.  Biscuits, Purity flour���������Mrs. F. H.  Jackson, Mrs. F. Baker,, Mrs, F.  Putnam.  Biscuits, Blue Ribbon���������Mrs. Bradley,  Mrs. F. H. Jackson, Mrs. Beninger, Mrs,  W. X, Brown.  CookieB���������Mrs. Putnam, Mrs. G.  Cartwright.  Macaroons���������Miss Joyce Moore, 1st  and 2nd.  Oatmeal cookies���������Mra. G. Cartwright,  Mrs. Pridham.   ^  Doughnuts���������Mrs. Beninger, Mrs. F.  Baker.  Ginger bread ��������� Mrs. G   Cartwright.  , Ginger  snaps���������Mrs.   G.   Cartwright,  Mrs. F. Baker.  Shortbread���������Mrs. F., Baker, Mrs.  Vnndorburg.  Puff pastry���������Mrs. M. Ross.  Bran muffins--Mrs. M. Ross, R_tra.  Driffil.,.        ���������'-- ���������''���������';--'���������'  Apple pie���������Mrs. Drlflll, Mra. Boninger.  Lemon pio���������Mra. Beninger, Mra, <3_  Cartwright. ���������*"..'.     ��������� < ��������� ���������   ���������  Candy���������M.re. F. Baker, Mrs. Vabdor-  burg.  Canned Goods.  jam���������Mrs. M. YbunR1, Mrs.  Bradley.  Jelly���������Mra. Tolford.  Marmalade���������Mra. M. Young, Mrs. G.  Cartwright.  Orange marmalade��������� Mrs. M. Young.  Ketchup���������Mrs. M. . Young,   1st  and  2*tf���������',, ,'. ��������� .. ;������������������ .  Mustftrd'pickles���������Mrs, G. Cartwright,  Mm Tolford.  Mixfid. pickles- Mxo, II, Allan,. Traill  Mra. M. Young;  Onioa#���������Mrs.     McLaren,    Mrs.    G.  Cartwright.  Crystallized   fruit���������Mrs.   M. Young,  1st and -2nd.    ' '���������:���������'��������� ���������     ��������� ���������     \  :..... Collect,on canned goods��������� Mrs. Mc-  Larien, Mrs. Telford.  Strawberries���������Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs.  Tlford.  Pears���������Mrs Telford. Mrs. Maxwell.  Peaches���������Mrsi     Telford,     Mrs      M.  Young.       ���������y'' '";'/������������������  Plums���������Mrs. Telford, Mrs. M. Young.  Cherries���������Mrs.   M.   Young,   1st   and  2nd. .-���������    ��������������������������������������������� ���������:c;;-:..:.'   ;"���������''- ' ���������  Blackberries���������Mrs. F.-C. Rodgers.    .  y Raspberries���������Mrs.      Telford,       Mrs.  .Maxwell. ���������.;. ��������� ���������       y-y^- .. ������������������������������������������ ���������  T  Aptieots��������� Mrs. G." Cartwrighs,   Mrs.  McLaren.' ���������. '���������  Corn���������Mrs.    Pridham,     Mrs:       M_  Young.y "y-l'-: ���������������������������' '  Peas���������Mrs. Telford, Mrs. McLaren.  Beans���������Mrs. Bradley, Mrs. MeLaren.  Ireedtewvf'K  Pillow cases, embroidered���������Mrs. Best,  Miss Joyce Moore.  Pillow: cases, crochet trim���������Mre.  Relcio, Mrs. Beninger.  Sofa cushion���������Mrs. Beninger, Mrs.  Vanderburg.  Work dress���������Mrs. Best, Mrs. Driffil,  Mrs. Vanderburg.  Child's - dress���������Mrs. Best, Mrs.  M. Young.  Bedspread���������Mrs. H. Allan, Trail;  Mrs. Best.  Crocheting���������-Mrs. Best.  Buffet set. white���������Mrs. Beninger.  Buffet set, colored���������Mrs. Beninger.  Table runper, colored���������Mrs. Best,  Miss Joyce Moors.  Dresser scarf, white���������Mrs. Relcio,  Mrs. Bradley.  Dresser scarf, any other, kind���������Mrs.  Beninger, Mrs. W. R. Long. _  Card table eover���������Miss Joyce   Moore.  Tea cloth���������Mrs. Relcio. Mrs. Bradley.  Luncheon set���������Mrs. ���������.. Cartwright,  Mrs. Relico, Mrs. Best.  Centre piece; white ���������Mrs. Best.  Centre piece, colored���������Mrs. Best, Miss  Walker. ''  Towel crochet trim���������Mrs.J Relcio, Mrs.  Beninger.  Smart cotton dress���������Mrs. Best, Mrs.  TowTSon.  Man's shirt���������Mrs. Best, Mrs. G.  Cartwright.  Men's mitts���������Mrs. Vanderburgh..  Men's sox���������Mrs. Beninger, Mrs.  Towson.  Baby set��������� Mrs. Maxwell, Mra.  Cowling. :K      '  A:r''������������������"���������"  ;Rompers���������iMrs.fi. _!|__fa_^^prallrT't.''-?  Pieced and quilted cotton quilt���������-Mfrs.  Hackett, 1st and 2nd.  Braded rug���������Mrs, Hackett.  Hooked, rug���������Mrs. Cowling, Mrs.  Hackett.  Photo, landscape���������"Mrs. H. Allan,  Trail; Jean Henderson.  Photo, farm life���������Jean Henderson.  Oil colors���������Mrs. G. Cartwright.  Water colors���������D.Bradley.  School Children  School district's display���������Camp Lister,  Erickson. ;-  Mounted leaves���������Patricia Bradley,  Georgina Paulson.  Fancy towel���������Hughena McCreath,  Margaret Miller.  Girl's work apron���������Ruth Haw,  Margaret Miller.  Darning���������Lily Fleck, Mary Ross.  Cake and 12 cookies���������Margaret  Miller, Gwen, Putnam.  Colored designed���������Marion Heric,  Thomas Mawson.  Liveetock  Agricultural team���������Chas. Sutcliffe, H.  H. Gobbett...  Ranch hearse, 1400 IbB.���������Chas. Sutcliffe, Geo. Hood  Saddle horse���������R. Miller, Geo. Hood. ���������  Saddle pony���������R. Miller, Ethel Sutcliffe.  Dairy bull, registered���������A, Comfort.  Jersey cow���������Geo. Cartwright.  Jersey heifer, under 2 years���������F. II.  Jackson, G. Cartwright.  Cow. registered���������M. B. Archibald, A.  Comfort.  Heifer, under 2 years���������M. B.  Archibald, A. Comfort.  Cow, grade���������A. Comfort, F. II. Jackson.  Calf���������A, Comfort, G, Cartwright. F.  IS. J������i_]{soi_.  Registered cow���������M. B. Archibald  Grade cow���������A. Comfort.  "Boat hor������e in show���������H. H, Gobbett,  Poultry  .Rhode Island Reds; Cock, A. Comfort, W. S, McAlpine. Hen, A. Comfort,  W. S. M<pAlpine. Cockerel, J> Bradley,  A. Comfort. Pullet, A. Comfort, Island 2nd.    Pen, D. Bradley, A. Comiort,  Barred Rocks: Cock, W. S. McAlpine,  Hon, W. S. McAlpino Gfakercl, F. II.  Jackson. Pullot. W. SJ McAlpfne, F. H.  Jaa-caon.   Pen. W.. S. McAlpino.  White LeghornB: Cockorol, D. Bradley, Pullot, D. Bradley. Pen. D. Brad-  Icy,    '    Y  BohI mule bird in show���������������. IT. Jackson.  ������_  m  ^  ^  %&  4  s������OVOiTi_j. t;r  5 - 6 - 7  _5  W  ^  mi ji  \H  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK  ^_  fSll  TBE REXAXL ������TORE  OE20. H. _S__E3I____Y  ?it  *> -^���������*��������� -A.-A   ^   -a__.___-_m_-___.-_a.,.^-A   _���������_���������________.--a. _ _a...____ a_t___.-a,_>.    __h_   __l   __^ . *. ^_���������������. _t_-a ^  hA__fc________a-_AM_rf___������_A-______d_  i������_r0 Rancher  Ifyo-intend building new buildings or repair-  ing old ones now is the time to do so.  I have reduced the price on all No. 1 Dimensions, Boards and  Shifilhfi $3.00 per thousand.  I sell No. 1 XXX Shingles in Five Thousand I  nt $3.5Q per thousand.  mif.S  I also have a good supply of CEMENT, BRICK and  GYPROC on hand.  CHAS.O. RODGER  .^������n������Mp^M������p^M,M.������V^VMWM.MR=������^9WMM^>WW^������������HWamn  '.'y'f.'v^'t'*'*'*1?1!! "w  __.-__,.,<-.__    __, ..A. __���������-__���������- __._>._ _____ .___*___. __. _.-__.. A- _t-J_.. _--Jt. _>._>. A. .__ .A-______ A.-A. __-__: _-.__.._>, -J^    f- 'm.  m\MSm&n  .APJ  s*$i������mtm  HERE AGAIN  We art* Quipped for and SPECIALIZE in  APPLE HAULING  Will gladly quote prices on-milling your fruit  to your local dealer.  '���������'".     WE SOLICIT A TRIAL.  I IfHS^^r!  P.O. BOX 79 ALBERT DAVIES  ?HONE 13  ' '"'������������������^���������yt������y;tV  B_______H________0  Ir:  Your Pocket  used as a bank Kas many dtei*  advantages.  Money carried in. it is easy to  spend oa trifles or may be lost  or stolen,.  Weekly deposit, in our Savings "BssSs  will accumulate rapidly.  y Small or largo accounts are welcome.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Psld Up $20^000^000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  A������  Creston Branch  R, J. Forbes, Manager  f  iA^*m*.m*\ . j___. _> m. Jfc _A.ui __>. ��������� *_fc_t,i4i n> M a A . i *%\ m _H. _ Skm m%, > -t__<J_M. _ll m \tk\ a. A* j%t i ___U_Auil A_tJ_uuib>i mmfm\m%m\ <m%, n_rf__*^* ���������_ AwUJluA____*iA__dh _ _tbirfU,  The Con^Hdated Mining: &  ; Smelting* Company of Canada, Ltd.;  TRAIL, Briti@h Columbia  MA^i ���������^a ^ ������* ��������� Ammonhm Phosphate  Lr������>Ji SfJphxtc of'Ammonia  tit. "*.">} n_r ���������*  Chemical Fertilizers Triple Superphosphate  Sold by NA TIONAL FRUIT CO.. NBLSON  PRODUCI-tiS & REFINERS  of  TADANAC  Ilrnnrl  Electrolytic  LEAD'ZINC, (i  CADMIUM- BISMUTH  r^mn*jp.**ty***iyi-mX&v*%jp' v*0*Nim***  m*1ljm**qt*jma*J*Mm*mi'mm*'*}'  ^n-iA^Tr^-ryfit-*i't0a'*0mrm0m**Ap .wnn^w^  nmjr /ihe Bwxtew, creston; el ������  LOST 20 LBS. FAT  To reduce weight without any  attention to diet is rather more than  anyone should expect. That the  Kruschen method should have succeeded in this case, is a great tribute  to its effectiveness.  *' When I started taking Kruschen  for reducing weight, I weighed 170 lbs.  That was seven months ago. . 32  decided I was too heavy,, and now,  thanks to the half teaspoonful oij  Kruschen every morning, x tip tho  scale at 150 lbs. I have been that  weight for nearly four months. 1 may  say I feel much better.   I did not die?  ���������.___.__  :.,  ���������-_"_.���������_._;���������_ t������      T_>  jr*  ."Kruschen Salts, do not reduce you  Overnight���������like so many products  claim to do. But taken regularly over  a period of time���������with a modified diet  assd gentle exercise, half a teaspoonful  in. a glass of hot water every morning  before breakfast will take away unhealthy flesh, and restore your figure to  its normal weight. Yet at the same  time���������build up health with a great  -OSPease iu vigo; g___d energy for yout  Worry  and Fear  *9   *>  . g ^a  B8 ^mW*r BS . BB- . ___  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRF  J    tUi_  Factors   That   Help   To   Shorten   the  _..- Span Of Life  The way that hate, fear, worry and  jealousy have helped to choke off at  5& years man's hitherto rapidly increasing span of life, was described  to the American College of Surgeons  in Hew York:.  The bank president worrying over  business, the criminal suddenly stricken with fear and the mother watching her sick child all were pictured  as doing the same injury to their  health.  This increase to 58 as the average  time every adult may expect to live  was discussed by two ii_ter_iaiio_iaiiy  known physicians, Dr. George W. Crile  of the Cleveland Clinic, and Dr.  Charles H. Mayo, of the Mayo Clinic  of Rochester, Minn.  Dr. Crile. told the medical story of  ravages of emotions of modern civilization. Dr. Mayo sketched remedies  for ill health, which included newspapers as "the greatest educating,  thought-moulding enterprise in the  world."  ^ssu?������'  ��������� ���������'::_... :<_!--__..>���������������-  _&!������_3T  ;3l.__a_  RELIEVES COLDS WITHOUT "DOSING  _���������  Calgary's nine months'" revenue report shows collections $140,000 above  the same period last year.  More than ?9���������9QO,000 is to be spent  on harbor development at Canton,  China.  About 242 divorce applications have  been filed at Osgoode Hall, of which  133 were filed by wives.  An increase in the value of meat  and meat products exported from  Canada for September is shown by  the Dominion. Bureau of Statistics.  Some 400 persons have been given  employment in New York selling telephone service and extensions on commission.  Not a drop of rain has fallen in  the Lorca district, near Murcia, Spain,  for over seven years, and the peasants are imploring the Government's  help.  Estimates    that    the      Australian  ���������wheat crop will be 20 per .cent, smaller than last year have been received  at the agriculture department, Washington.  Increased activity is reported in  many Lancashire and Yorkshire cotton mills as a result of an influx of  orders  since  the  gold  standard was  The New York American, quoting  "an informed source," says the late  Senator Dwight W. Morrow, of New  Jersey, left an estate of "close to $20,-  000,000."  According to the official census  taken In June, Ottawa has a population of 124,988, or an increase of  15.90 per cent, in ten years. The 1921  census gave Ottawa a population of  107,843.  A special cable from London to  the New York Times announces the  death in Bournemouth, England, of  General Sir Reginald Hart, 83. Sir  Reginald was' the oldest holder of the  Victoria Cross, which was awarded  him in the Afghan war of 1879.  |^M_������n__Mm*v������iww-v  1 __^^^  Winnipeg Newspaper Union  By Annette  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  NOVEMBER 1  WORLD'S TEMPERANCE SUNDAY  Golden Text: "Be not drunken with  wine, wherein is riot, but be filled  with the Spirit."���������Ephesians 5.18.  Lesson: Galatians 5.13-26; Romans  13.1-14.  Devotional Reading: Romans 14.  13-21.  Separate Grade  For  Garnet Wheat  Asked  May Eta Excluded From Contract  Grades Of Northern Classes  Garnet wheat will be excluded from  the contract grades of the northern  classes after July 31, 1932, if a resolution passed unanimously by the  Western Grain Standards Board is approved and the Canadian Grain Act-  duly amended at thc next session of  parliament.  The resolution urged thuL it be  gjraded as a separate variety of wheat  in grades to be known aa number one,  two and three Garnet, with anything  which fails to meet thc requirements  of these grades being inctuded in the  lower grades of the red spring wheat.  Acid Stomach  Completely Relieved hy  Famous Vegetable Pills  Mr, Frantc C, of Blackburn, writes: "I  have flii-lercd long from acid stomach  nnd coi.H_.pa._on, but since being ad-  vikim. to try v<_ur wnn.l������rf������il Cnrfrr'a  Little Liver Pill". I can eat anything."  Dr, Carter'.. Little Liver Pills are no  ordinary laxative. They ore ALL  VEGETABLE and have a definite,  valuable tonic action upon the liver.  They' tend Constipation, Indlgefttion,  lib-iuner>_, ikadachtfl, roor Complex'  All druggfoti. 26c Sc 7tic red pkgi.  W.    N.    V.    IftStt  Eiii  Inn  J  CROSS-OVER    -LINES     HEND     TO  MAKE THE FIGURE APPEAR  SLIM  You'll love this silk crepe shantung  in powder blue and white.  It's so extremely serviceable.  Its moulded lines with wrapped-^ arrangement through the bodice makes  it especially desirable for the woman  Inclined to ovex'weight. The surplice  shawl collar of plain "white crepe  does its bit toward minimizing  breadth.  It's simplicity itself to copy it!  The bodice cuts in one until it joins  the skirt.  It's a splendid .opportunity!  Choose now! You'll be delighted  with this smart model.  Style No. 031 may be had in. sizes  10, 18, 20 years, 3S, 38, 40, 42, 44 and  4fi inches bust. Size 3G requires 3%  yards of 39-inch material with %  yard of 35- inch contrasting.  Charming for this model for town  or resort are the pastel flat crepe  stilts, Chinese silk damask, linen and  shirting fahrics.  Pattern price 25 *<>nts In stamp., or  coin (coin preferred,) Wrap coin  carefully.  Hour To Order Patterns  Address: Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  175 McDcrmot Avo., Winnipeg  Pattern No ���������...   SI__o   Explanations and Comments  "Brothers," wrote Paul to the Gala-  Christian Freedom, verses 13-15.���������  tians, "you are free from the Law, but  Christian liberty does not mean that  you can us as you pa������a.se.  "A Christian man is the most free  lord of all, and subject to none;, a  Christian man is the most dutiful servant of all, and subject to all."���������  Martin Luther.  Liberty and license are not synonymous. Do not use your freedom as  a license for indulging your lower impulses, but live in accordance with the  law of love. "Flesh" is used here for  "that element of man's nature which  is opposed to goodness and makes for  evil. It signifies the entire potency of  sin. "Through loving services for  others," continued Paul, "you fulfil  the whole divine law, which is, Thou  shalt love thy neighbour as thyself."  Paul here quotes Leviticus 19.18.  Then remembering that the Galatians were prone to quarrel, Paul  adds, "But if ye "bite and devour one  another���������act toward one another like  dogs or wild "beasts���������"beware lest you  destroy one another." "Mutual backbiting and hatred can only end in the  destruction of one another's spiritual  life."  The Power Of the Spirit, verses 16-  18.���������Walk by, the Spirit, submit to the  guidance of the Holy Spirit in all your  acts, and then you will not fulfil the  desire of your evil nature. For the  evil nature and the indwelling" Holy  Spirit are antagonistic. "Throughout  this passage the "Spirit" is evidently  the Divine Spirit, for the human spirit  in itself and unaided 'does not stand  in direct antagonism, to the flesh." ���������  Lightfoot.  "If you are led by the Spirit," Paul  continues, "you are not under the law,  for you will not disobey it." "Law exists for the purpose of restraint, but  in the works of the Spirit there is  nothing to restrain."���������Lightfoot.  The Works Of the Flesh, verses 19-  21.���������The works of the flesh are manifest���������plainly seen���������Paul declares, and  then he gives a. repelling list of some  fifteen vices which were common  among "the Galatians. "It may be  pointed to as a proof of depravity  that vocabularies have more words  descriptive of forms of sin than words  descriptive of forms of holiness.  Under the fruit of the Spirit Paul  gives a list of nine, but under the  works of the flesh his list extends to  fifteen, properly sixteen, and the word  translated 'which' implies that he did  not profess to give an exhaustive list  ���������he could easily have added other Instances."���������R. Finlayson. ���������������  The Fruit Of fiflie Spirit, verses 22-  24.���������"When the baleful effects of the  self-life is corrected, the fruits of the  Spirit appear naturally and easily.  Note the distinction between work, in  which there is effort, and fruit, which  swells so imperceptibly and silently  on thc branch, pressed out from within!"���������F. B. Meyeir.  lie who is governed by the Inner  spirit ia not content merely to refrain  from breaking the law; ho exercises  positive virtues such as Paul now  enumerates j love, joy, peace, long-  suffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, meekness, self-control. Kach  of, thoso is tho result of the flrst  which is love. Against such there is  no law. "Paul is content to remark  ���������not without a touch of Irony ln his.  tone���������that these things do not seem  to call for the Interference of legislation!"���������A. W. Robinson.  Tlio Final Cou������i������m.1> versos, 215, 20.-���������  "If we live by the Spirit, toy tho  Spirit let us also walk." Walking by  tho Spirit is tlio effect of living by  tho Spirit. If the Divine Spirit has  control of our spirit, then wo are living loftily, doing dally what we be-  Hcvt- C_i*-i������_ wo������iiui.av_> t_a uo,  Increased Postal Revenues ,...  ..  i ���������������������������������������������  Substantial Decovery JTs Noted By  Postmaster General  Substantial recovery in postal revenues, with every prospect of last  year's deficit being overtaken, is indicated In reports of ;postal business  presented to Hon. Arthur Sauve, postmaster-general. Since assuming that  portfolio, Mr. Sauve has appiied himself industriously to. the task of converting a heavy deficit into a surplus  and recently expressed satisfaction  with the result, which promises well  for the future.  One feature of the Increased *>ostal  business is the marked advance in  third-class mail matter. "If this conveys anything at all," declared one  official, "it suggests that business  houses and industrial concerns have  greatly widened their advertising  campaigns. Third-class mail embraces printed matter���������sirculars and  such like. The doubling of this business in September indicates a pronounced confidence on the part of-  merchandising houses in the gradual  betterment of conditions generally."  Lending support to this 5s the 15  per cent, increase in registered mail  during September. Second-class mail  matter has retained its position, while  a slight drop in letter mail is more  than offset by increases in other directions.  For the first three months of the  fiscal year the department was 4&900,-  000 in "the red" from last year, but  the months of July and August overtook $300,000 of that, and from now  on officials look for a steady upswing.  v-Omes  Young Jap Is Independent  Eleven-Year-Old   Boy On   .Long Trip  Shows His Mettle  Pride runs high in the Japanese and  it gets its start at an early age.  Young Mr. Haruo Inouye, 11-year-old  Japanese boy, who travelled alone  from Toronto to Vancouver via Canadian National Railways, possesses a  fiery independence that rose in protest when a representative of the  Traveller's Aid remarked that Haruo  looked no more than eight years old.  "You're goofy," was the young  Oriental's cryptic reply. Master Inouye decided to take a walk around  Winnipeg before the Continental I_Im-  ited steamed on west, and, when the  passenger agent, whose charge he  was, left momentarily, he nodded in  the direction of the uniformed official  and said: "Tell the president not to  worry. I'll be back."  Haruo's father is dead and now his  WHAT many people call indigestion very often means excess  acid in the stomach. The stomach  nerves have been over-stimulated,  and food sours. The corrective is an  alkali, which neutralizes the acids  instantly. And the best alkali known  to medical science is Phillips' Milk  of Magnesia.  One spoonful of this harmless,  tasteiess alkali in water neutralizes  instantly many times that much  acid, and the symptoms disappear  at once. You will never use crude  methods when once you learn the  -efftr.iency of this. Go, get a small  bottle to try.  Be sure to get the genuine Phillips'  Milk of Magnesia prescribed. _>y  physicians for 50 years in correcting  excess acids. 50c a bottle���������any drug  store. (Made in Canada.)  Growth Of Swedish Town  Modern City Was Arctic- Wi3derines_^  Twenty Years Ago  A little more than twenty years  ago the thriving town of Kiruna,-  Sweden, was nothing more . than^  Arctic wilderness, the abode of wandering Lapps and herds of reindeer..  Today it is a bustling community of"  11,000 inhabitants which serves asr-  the commercial center of a vast iron.  industry with a history as romantic-  as the most adventurous pioneering  exploits of North America. Swedish'.  engineering skill has placed in the-  center of polar wastes a small modern.  city with as many up-to-date mechanical comforts- as the most fastidious-  American city dweller could wish for-  In the industrial world, XCiruna i-as-  become known for its almost unlimited iron ore resources. Figures given*  by officials of the mining syndicate  which controls the properties show*  that more than 9,000,000 tons of iron;  guardian, with whom he lived in Tor-  ore were produced during 1930.       A,  onto, has also passed beyond, so the  steady annual gain has been recorded'  independent little lad was on his way  to join an elder brother in Vancouver.  He accepted words of sympathy with  a shake of his head, a flashing- smile  and terse, "Guess I'm jinxed, but I'll  get along."  since the mines were first, worked on.  a large scale, about 1911.  A jealous person is always in love,,  but it's usually more self-love thans  anything else.  Kanae  .���������-* ���������������������������������������.��������������������� ���������.������. * .   ������*������*__���������������<  'JT-OWEB  M **** W ������Mt*������ M %*���������* ������������>������>__   _**  .  The most vlolous and despicable of  human vIcob Ih liuilntlng upon minding other people's bunlnesa.  Dean Inge soya true fasting ia eating Romothing you don't like. Many  o.h.tdrft.- f������m.| that w������'y about nplnaeh.  HAMILTON      r     ONTARIO  Western Representatives:  .IIUNTER-MAETIM ������c CO., REGINA. SASK, SHE   REVIEW.   CBESTOtt.   B. M  /.  THE HOUSE OF  DR������AMS-CO_E-TRUE  .. 't ������������������-.     ��������� by. ��������� ;.  MABG^LR-ET P-__DI_E5S  __ Author Of  *fhe Splendid Folly." "Tho Hermit  **.m   w__    Vm _���������  ..  ~V*_     _.������_���������'    J_IM,U.  Hodder & S tough ton, Ltd., L-Ondon.  CHAPTER JVJ-���������Continued.  Jean, always, sensilive-to her sur-  roundings, shivered a little.       c.  -  'Oft's rather eerie, isn't it?", she  .said. 4tlif3 just as if someone had suddenly turned the lights out."  "Quite a nice bit of symbolism," he  returned enigmatically.  'Eow. I don't think I understand."  He laughed a. little.  '"How should  you?   You're  young.  TTFate doesn't come along- and snuff out  the lights  for  you when you are���������  what shall we say? Eighteen?"  "You're two years out," replied  Jean composedly.  "As much? Then let's hope you'll  have so much the longer to wait before Madame Destiny conies round  with, her snuffers."  He spoke with a kind of bitter hu-  "mour, the backwash surely, of some  storm through which" he must have  passed.      Jeanf looked across at him  With a. vague trouble in her face.  "Then,   do vybu   th-n_c'*-r^he  spoke  --uncertainly���������"do you believe it is inevitable that she-will come-- sooner  -or later?'"; '"'��������� "���������" _^ '  "I ho^g not���������^-to you/' ho said gently.-   "But she comes to most of us."  She longed i>a put another question,  but thgre^vas a note of finality in his  voice-r-a kind of '^t&!us far-shalt- thou  come and no further''���������r-that warned  her to probe no deeper. Whatever it  was of bitterness that lay in the Eng--  lishman'a past, he had no intention of  sharing- the knowledge with his  chance companion of a day. He seemed tok have become absorbed once  more in his own thoughts, and for a  time they tramped along together in  ���������silence. ,' "^.(t-'Y   >- ?'T :v,;; ���������*.; .-*��������� ���������'  VThe ascent   steepened   perceptibly,  and Jean, light and active as she was,  found it hard worlr to keep pace with  ���������"tise mart's   steady,v swMgipg   stride.  'Apparently his thoughts engrossed  him to the exclusion of everything  else, for he appeared to have utterly  forgotten her existence. It was only  when a slip of her foot on the beaten  surface .of the snpw wrjungY a quick  exclamation f rbirivher that he paused,  ^wheeling round ih consternation.  '���������������������������' "I be^ your- pardon! I'm- walking  you off your . legal "Why "on earth  didn't you stop nae? "  :; -There was - something1 irresistibly  boyish about the quick apology. Jean  laughed, a little breathless from the  swift climb uphill.  ' "You seemed so bent on getting to  the top in the least possible time," she  j replied demurely, "that I didn't like  to disappoint you."  "I'm afraid I make a poor sort of  guide," he admitted. "I was thinking  of something else. You must forgive  me."  .'��������� They resumed their climb more leisurely. The trees were thinning a bit  how, and ahead', between the tall,  straight trunks winged with drooping,  snow-laden branches, they could catch*  glimpses of the white world beyond.  Presently they came out above the  pine-wood on to the edge of a broad  plateau and"������Jean uttered an exclamation of delight, % gazing spell-bound  at the scene thus suddenly unfolded.  Behind them, in the pine-ringed  valley, a frozen reach of water gleain-  ed like a dull sheet of metal, whilst  before them, far above, stretched the  great chain of mountains, pinnacle  after pinnacle, capped with snow,  thrusting up into the cloud-swept sky.  Through rifts in the cloud���������almost, it  seemed, torn in the breast of heaven  by those towering- peaks���������the sunlight slanted in long- shafts, chequering the snows with shimmering patch  es of pals "old.  REGULATINGS?  - , cMtor-A will  ';.������������������'������������������"to^iTi"''''   yvixan your child needs regulating,  -remember this. the organs of babies  .-and   children   aro   delicate.     kittle  bdwels must be gently urged���������-never  ..forced.   That's why Castoria is uaed  "by.ao aiioay tfoici&ra and -iiwtliui^.. .!������.  is npeciAUy made ; for children's j ail-  jnonia; contains   no Imroh,   Harmful  ���������#rugs,vno narcotics, ,\ You , can aafoly  give ��������� It  to , young  Infants   for  colic  EP-ins.   Yot It is an equally effective  regulator ror older childron. The next  time, your child has, a littlo cold or  fever, ������r a digestive upset, give him  the help  of Caatorlp,,   the  children's  ���������<tmm remedy. Genuine Caatorht utwayts  .haii the name:  CASTORIA  .CJ;U^RL.R*B-W.iw^'^R������y^P������6^.R������.  ,W.    3_,  .?���������  1QU  "It was worth the climb, then? "  The Englishman, his gaze on Jean's  rapt face, broke the silence abruptly.  She turned to him, radiant-eyed.  "It's so beautiful that it makes  one's lieart ache!" she' exclaimed,  laying her hand on her breast with  the little foreign turn of gesture she  derived from -her French ancestry.  She said no more, but remained  very still, drinking in the Bheer loveliness of the scene.    -  vThe man ..regarded her quietly as  she stood there silhoutted against the  skyljne, her slim, brown-clad figure  striking ������������������''&warm-note-; anaid theT^hili  Alpine 'whites:and .-greys,..- Her face  was slightly tilted, and._ as the sunshine glinted on her hair and eyes,  waking tjhe russet lights that slum-,  bered f in "thens, there was something  Vividly arresting about her���������a splendour "of'-"ardent" youth which brought  a somewhat wistful expression into  the rather weary eyes "of... the man  watching her.  His thought travelled back to the  brief snatch of conversation evoked  by the sudden gloom of the pine-  woods,. Surely, for once, Pate would  lay aside her snuffers ahd let this  young, eager life pass by unshadowed!  Even as the thoughts, took shape in  his ntind,; Jea^n turned to him again,  her. face still radittnt.  v ''Thank you* for bringing me up  here," she said simply. "It has been  perfect." ' /������������������;''.'.'  She;stretched[out/her hand, and he  took it; anil hekl it:in his for a mo-  :mehti,;/      :������;     V''N-  "I'm glad you.ve liked it," he answered .quietly. "It will always be a  part of our day together���������the day we  stole from lea" convenances"^���������he  smiled whimsically. "And now, if  ypu can bring yourself back to more  prosaic matters,, .1 suggest we have  lunch'. Scenery, however fine, isn't ex-  aqtly calculated to sustain life."  "Mosfc-mati-rl&l person!" Sho laugh  ed up at him, VI suppose you think  a ham sandwich worth all'the scenery  in tho world? "  ���������-'-��������� .'I'll admit tb a preference for tho  sandwich at the moment," he  acknowledged, "Como, now, confess!  Aren't your hungry1, too? "  "Starving! ^hls air makes mo feel  as if I'd hover hnd ntivfi������inrv f������ _.������������. i-  my life Jbofbrp! **���������'������������������'���������'���������  "Well; then, comq and Inspect imy  sallo a manger.'' -  The propaed refuge proved to bo a  roughly constructed little hut���������hardly moro than a shod provided with a  door and thlck-paned window, Its only  furniture a wooden bench and tabic.  But that It had served ita purpose as  a kind of "travellers' rest" was proved by the fragments of appreciation,  both In prose and verso, that were to  be found inscribed In a species of  "Vlsiltora' Book" which lay on tho  table, carefully prc-crvcd from damp  In a strong metal box. Jean nmuaod  herself by i������ur__M-i_& the vark.ua con  tributions to its pages while the Englishman unpacked the contents" of his  knapsack.  The lunch that followed was ^ a  merry little meal, the two conyersing  WitVi a" happy intimacy and freedom  from reserve based on the reassuring  knowledge that they .; would, in all  probability, never meet again. Afterwards, they bent their energies to  concerting a suitable inscription for  insertion in the - "Visitors' Book,"  squabbling like a couple of children  over the particular form it should  take. T1  So absorbed" were they in the discussion that they failed to notice the  perceptible cooling of the temperature. The sun no longer wanned the  roofing "of the hut,:, and there was a  desolate note in the sudden gusts of  Wind which shook the door'at frequent  intervals as though trying to attraci  1 tie attention ot those within. Presently a louder rattle than usual, coincident with a chance pause in the conversation,roused them effectually. .  Vhe Englishmaii's keen glance flashed to the little window, through -which  was visible a dancing, whirling blur  of white.  "Great Scott I" he exclaimed in g-ood  round English. "It's snowing like the  very dickens!"  In two strides he- had reached the  door, and, throwing it open, peered  out. A draught of icy air rushed into  the hut, accompanied by a flurry of  fine snow driven on the ���������wind.  When he turned back, his face had  assumed, a sudden look; of-gravity.  "We must go at orce," he said,  speaking in French again and apparently unconscious of his momentary  Lapse Into his"native tongue. '"If we  don't, we-shan't be able to get back  at all. The snow drifts quickly���������in  the valley. Half an hour more of this  and we shouldn't be able to get  through."  Jean thrust the Visitors' Book back  into its box, and began hastily repacking" her "companion's knapsack,  but he stopped her almost roughly.  "Never mind that. Fasten that fur  thing closer round your throat and  come on. There's no taking chances  in a blizzard like this. Don't you  understand? "���������almost roughly. "If  we waste time we may have to spend  the night here." _ ,  . Impelled by the sudden..urgency of  his -tones, Jean followed 'i_iin ^wlftiy  out of the, hut, and.;theT^wihd, as  though baulked by her haste, snatched the 'door from her grasps and drove  it to with a^ menacing thud behind  them.  (To Be Continued.)  ������ansiMe Watla Heal*^-  "We sail J-how heEdfth . demand?  absolute -___ner cleanliness. But  what we often don't realize is the  risk we take .when we use harsh.  piping, purgatives that, create a  strained, unnatural condition.  :������������������;':- - ENOiT!s ' pleasant,   gentle, ��������� safe  and -sure.  A daily dash of E _N7 O' S  ���������"F'nxit S__l"t" In __ glass of "=?ater,  morning or' night, tones up and  gro-pp.--.r_g the entlr? gystein. Acid  itomach, fatigue, "biliousness,  quickly disappear.  A   Birthday  Party  Birthday Cards To Be Sent From  Royal Winter"Fsds~  Every, boy and girl in Canada whose  tenth birthday falls between November 18 and 26, inclusive, -will receive  a personal birthday card from the  Royal Winter Fair, Toronto, if it is  requested. This is because the winter fair'on those dates aisau ccJcuratca  its tenth "birthday."  This year the fair is designated a  "commemorative show" , ta recall the  inspiriting influence it was to Canadian agriculture when founded ten  years ago. And it is to help in  spreading a cheery outlook respecting agriculture that the birthday  party is being held..  ��������� ��������� 1     ������T_1___  opcCicS   *5 . vuiuiuWS  Pit  Petrified Fish  Found  In   Gravel  Near Moose Jaw  Mute testimony of the belief that  the prairies "were once covered' by  many fathoms of water is borne in  the finding of a petrified shell flsh of  an unknown species, in a gravel pit,  three miles southeast of Moose Jaw.  Carl Erickson, working at the rock  pile was smashing a huge rock of  500 oi. 600 pounds when he came upon  the "fish.'v It was right in the centre  of *the huge rock which had been dug  up from a depth of about eight feet  underground, ' ������������������-'.  This relic of a distant age resembles the snail and is about the size of  a man's fist.  Many children die from the assault-.  of worms, and the first care of  mothers should be to see that their  infants are free from these pests. A  vermifuge that can be depended on  is Miller's Worm Powders. They  will not only expel "worms from the  system, but act as a health-giving]  medicine and a remedy for many of  the ailments that beset infants, enfeebling them and endangering their  lives.  W"������_ I     mm   ���������      ��������� ���������*��������� _������������������ ���������     rc_      i    ���������  i-trie neips rormis weeK!  I  "Blessed is that man that maketh  the Lord his trust.";���������Psalm xl., 4.  Just to trust and yet to ask  Guidance still, ���������  Take the training or the task  As He will.  Just to take the loss or gain. . .. -  ������_.__.__    _._._._9-_    S4-.  -; *������,*������ -*_.������>,' <n_uyo   *4f*  Just to take the" joy or pain  As He lends it.  This is all and yet the way  Marked by Him who loves thee .  best;  Secret of a happy day,  Secret of Hia promised rest.  * ���������Frances Ridley Havergal.  If you go to Him to be guided. He  will guide you; but He will not comfort your distrust or half-trust of  Him by showing you the chart of all  His purposes concerning you. He  will only show you into a way -where, .  if you go cheerfully and trustfully  forward, He will show you on stiM  farther. No contract will be made  with you save that He engages, if you  trust Ham, to lead you into the best  things all the -way through."���������Horace  Bushnell.  fi  f_n������TT_l     _T_ T"T _r������__"__LT_"T  %UMB____H-__)  0FTIMIS1.  By Aline M:ch._s!i^  LIFE'S DELIGHT  Persistent. Asthma. A most distressing- characteristic of this debilitating disease, is the persistence with  which recurring attacks come to sap  away strength and leave the sufferer  in a state of almost continual exhaustion. No wiser precaution can be  taken than that of keeping at hand  a supply of Dr. J. r>. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy, famous as the most potent remedy for eradicating the disease from tho tender air passages.  Held Record As- Brlekmaker  Nine million bricks have been mode  by Mary Foxall of Lye, Worcestershire, England, In the sixteen years  .she has been at tlie occupation. She  hold the county's record, which ahe  aclilovod , 'oy itialutuiiiMug -_u average  of six hundred and fifty bricks .a day.  '*_if.Ti_B_^_K   ^/���������^!iM^3_3r  n������B������.ie_������i.i'wI.l. ff__M-nnr_B'a  ���������ft*, yon'v- l>atlt__t tin hot, '  Itelky ��������������������������� miith v/*tm w������t������r������  Rnh tho Iwinlmcnt In well-'  often.  wnn. a r*llo.l  Sometimes love .is a rose _tglow -  In a garden gay with sun.  Where the winds all sweet with perfume go  And song is never done.  As day by day the roses nod  And brighten the garden-place,  So love in a life is the smile of God,  And life grows fair by love's grace.  Sometimes love is a lily-bud '.,  As lovely as the moon,  A lily-bud in the star-light's flood  On the still ahd black lagoon.  As lilies may lift their petals pale  Out of the mud and slime,  So love in a life can never fail  To make that life sublime.  Lovo may be rose or Illy white,  A thing of sun or shade;   '  But always love has been life's delight,  Since ever the world was made.  > ^Mothers; can _" easily ��������� know    when  their    children    are    troubled    with;  worms, and they lose no time in applying    a    reliable   aremedy���������Mother  Graves' Worm. Exterminator.     " -  Y- Russia's Policewomen  Moscow, Russia, is one of the few  cities of the world to boast of unE-  fornied'policewomisn on regular beats.,  They wear helmets, and, attached to  a belt over their olive-drab jackets, 3a  a pistol in a leather holster.  Was Always  a Nobleman  Receiving Title Bid Not Change Sir  Thomas Llpton  * Samuel Smiles never had a clearer  self-made man than Thomas Llpton  The boy to whom a guinea used to be  a fortune became the master of mil  Hens and the employer of hosta of  men. He was generous with h!a  money, saevei* i.t\mc ao than, in Um  World War; when he turned the Erin  into a hospital ship; and Serbia knew  him as "Uncle Tom." His motto wan  "Labor Omnia Vlhcit." A friend of  the early Glasgow days aiiid of him.  "Ho did* not need to be knighted to bo  a nobleman."  Got Acquainted Flrnl;  Wife:���������Tho couple next door *jcom  to bo very devoted, John. Ho kisaea  hor ovory time he goe������ out and when  ho comeo in again, and waves klosea  to her from down the atroet Why  don't you do that? ���������  Hubby:���������Hang- It all, prlve a man  time, I don't oven know her yak  K1  .  eep en  vourhe  4 MORE ACTIVE DAYS.  Every Month She's  "Sick Again"  TOOfcwIE Sicfe i������jg-i3-j ��������� *. JoubBct!  up with cramps. The bo_ti was  nice... awfully patient.  But it mv������s ao embarrassing-. ; i  everybody In the office knew thai  she ''wasn't well".  Then n elr_ friend told her what  to do. You need Lydia E. Pink*  ham's Vegetable Compound. It's a  -wonderful medicine io use during  nbei/e "irylttjg eimca."  Itpepa you up. Drives away chose  Ibl ues. Keens you on your feet. Woi-'_  you try a t>oi_ of <:ho new tablets?  Sp^^HESp?:^Y5:; SMSEgBBg^^  THJti   UtCJStt'JL'OJtf   JIKVUKW  J AS* COMP70/V  mMSm^mrim'*.Mtm?it9Bm . '  Sales conducted in any part  olthe District.  PHONE 55F.  CffESTOW  F. H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  Listings solicited.  CRESTON.    B.C.  L-Ocal and  I"  A   _ ���������__   .    _*_        |*j in )ff| ��������� Jjft-, ,|H|Q m ^ ! , | *f|!  r ..A ��������� ,fl^ , .^  -   ^. -  ^  _____.,__&_ _,^-  ^ ,riH, r. -A-A.A,A.^.A_A������A_fft.A.A.A,^A.^^f ^"^  COLDER WEATHER DEMANDS  WARMER CLOTHING  are always serviceable, and while they last  we offer exceptional value in BALL AN-  TVXtf'C  XTT.   /_ VV  T>TTT?1?   \Xr_~VST .  JL    i.i.UU     XJL_____.    .       J.        JL     W  JLKJL-I        ������ I    V_������ VJ. JL_  RWEATRRfi  __+.  4_r -a &'SM-  in B ack and Bamboo.      Look these over  as thej are the best value  ever offered.  Windbreakers  Mackinaw Breeches.  in 32-oz. Mackinaw Cloth  Woollen Underwear  ������������������__&___4_^srs     11*11*11      l_j_    _!*____��������� a _������������������_���������_���������_      Ik���������.-i5  6SIUII wniuy uyaujjcianv3 Bssii.  SHESTOK TfO Stores EKiUXSOH  FOB SALE���������Heateiv- Apply J. W.  Handley, Erickson.  FOR RENT���������Five-room house, well  located.   Apply F_ H. Jackson, Creston.  Second crop violets were being picked  in local gardens at the end of   the week.  FOR SALE���������Pigs, 10 weeks old, also  spring roosters, A. Krygsveld, Lament  ranch, Creston.  PIGS    FOR SALE���������Splendid young  stcck,  price  right.    R.   Stewart   (Alice  Siding), Creston.  HAY FOR SALE���������Seco-d and third  cut alfalfa. $12.50 ton at ranch. L. D.  Johnson, Creston.  WANTED���������Washing machine, hand  or waterpower, must "be in good repair.  Enauare Rsview Gfiiee.  uA.m..A.A.A.A.A.A.A.^. A.  fJSbC^^^S^^^^&^^^S-i^  t_*_  _.nt'/������f_i ar  _C*-T������__t  C J* TPT&rmA V"  fc*  Half-pound BACON.  Half-pound LIVER .  t  &*  w  w  r%  Mm  Are You Satisfied with the  Meat You Buy!  If not. let us acquaint yov with our superior meat service. Try our shop  and know for yourself just how tasty and good our meats always are, no  matter what land of cut you may choose.   Low prices, too.  Stecial Roast Pork Special Roast Beef  Choice Spring Lamb  Standard. Tvtnato and Devonshire Sausage  Swift's Premium Bacon and Hams  Fresh & Smoked Fisk Creameiy Butter, 25c. lb.  *K  H*  3^  *i\  BB  fi Be    __��������� _____ BB^B  B fl BB 3  __ML^������  ��������� IIUI  W  _ * -  O. RINGWALD, Prop.  _fiT jst jfir jfe jSt jh  m  3SJ.  _@-&aa--_-&S-iM_-^!S^  jc _r_Fi wlws  Are all  your rooms sufficiently heated?  are showing a range of  We  MWM*\Hm*mm&mVmM&*^~W        **& . m^B *\m*Sm m% *\9ff    "fl^  at very   reasonable   prices   in   different  with prices $4.25, $5.00, .$5.75.  si_.es  FOR QUICK SALE  McCLARY REGINA RANGE  Special price, complete, $75.00  Pipes, Dampers, Elbows, &c.  A few clearing lines of Wallpaper  at Half-Price  LOST���������At the fall fair ntgbfc dance*  man' wrist watch. Reward. Finder  leave same at Review Office.  Rev. Father L. Choinel will say Mass  at Holy Cross Church, Creston, Sunday,  Novem er 1st, at 10.30 a.m.  PIANO FOR SALE���������Heintzman  piano in best of condition, bargain, at  $29(1.   Enquire Review Office.  Mre. Denzil Maxwell ai.d children of  Cranbrook are Creston visitors this  week, guests .of Mrs. Jas. Maxwell.  FOR SALE���������Wagon made from Ford  chassis Also end-dump gravel hox.  Morrow's Blacksmith shop, Creston.  PIGS FOR SALE���������Young j>ig_, ready  about November 1st, choice stock.  John R. Miller (Alice Siding), Creston.  Mrs. E. Winchcombe left at the end  of the week on a month's visit with  friends at Macleod and Lethbridge,  Alberta.  Saturday night is hallowe'en. Householders will do well to have all gates and  other      movable     property      securely  fastened.  Miss Elinor Yurick of Golden was a  visitor with her sister. Miss Jean Yurick.  matron at the hospital, leaving for home  on Tuesday.  For the K.P. building fund masquerade dance tonight there is still quite a  good assortment of costumes to be rented  at Vic. Mawson's.  The evening   of   December  31st   ha_s  I been taken by the Pythian Sisters, who  [ are   planning to have  a New Year   eve  dance on that occasion.  Inspector Cruickshanks, who has  charge of the provincial police work in  the Kootenays. was here on an official  visit at the end of the week.  If you are having eye troubles consult  W_ H. Wilson, the experienced optometrist of Cranbrook, who will be at Creston  Drug & Bookstore on Wednesday, 4th.  FOR     SALE���������Danish       Roundhead  cabbage, solid heads and splendid  keepers.. $2 per 100 lbs., delivered in  town.   Foot, Fairview   Ranch,   Creston  Miss Proeke of Edmonton, Alberta,  who has been on a few weeks' visit with  her cousin, Miss Yurick, matron at Creston public hospital, has returned hpme.  M.R. Joyce and Col. Mallandaine  were in "the parly of local Masons who  were at Nelson for a special Masonic  gathering in that city on Friday evening.  FRUIT RANCH FOR SALE���������The  improved 10-acre Mclnnes ranch at  Canyon/ Clear title and. attractive  price. Leslie Mclnnes (school hill),  Creaton.  CIDER FOR SALE���������Made from  Delicious Wagener or Mcintosh Red  apples*, fiO cents per gallon, buyers to  furnish containers. A. F. Rudd,  Wynndel.  Crestland Fruit packing sheds will  complete the season's work early next  week, but Long, Allan & Long, will  likely be running until almost the middle  of November.  Annual Meetini  of  Greston Valley Agricultural  Association  will he held in the  TOWN HALL,    CRESTON  WED., NOV. 4  The improved demand for eggs has  sent the price up 10 cen s a dozen within  the past two weeks, and poultryrnen are  now getting 35 cents   a   dozen   for  the  strictly fresh variety.  A. E. Homersham of Nelson, who has  the apiary at the _3Hnco ranch under  lease, was here for a few days at the  first of the week, getting the hives in  shape for the winter season.  The November meeting of the Presby*  terian Lad_es' Aid will be held at the  home of Mrs Geo. Johnson on Friday,  Sth. All members are asked to turn in  their bazaar articles at, this neeting.  After more than a month ' of genuine  Indian summer the weather broke on  Thursday last, since wfien quite heavy  rains .have been in evidence. Ths snow-  on the hiiSs is getting pretty low for  October.  ing, November 3rd, at the town  hall at  8 p.m.   At t ia meeting arrangementsl.  will  be made  for the Armistice   Day,  exercises as'well as^the^_.ial^i^Tp_.ppl3_5.:T;:' ���������{'.  IBS---  The many friends of Dick Chandler  will extend him sincere sympathy in the  death off hia father, which took place at  weiaskiwisi, Alberta, at the end of the  week. Dick left on Sunday to he  present at the funeral.  *J. G. Slough of Vancouver, chancellor  commander of the B.C. Grand Lodge of  Knights of Pythias. 3a paying Creston  lodge dn official visit on Saturday night,  and a large turnout ia expected to greet  .the distinguished vimto������   -=s_ .  ' .  The annual meeting of the fall fair  association will be held on Wednesday  evening, November 6th, at the town  hail, when the 1931 exhibition business  will be wound up. This year's prize  money will be paid out at the meeting.  Creston   Post Canadian  Legion have  their annual meeting on Tuesday even-  .  m-  EL8MINATES  GLARE  kmi-mOf  1?  ''Im*  _������_   _������ A  W������  S5-4CW  '       _  15-60W . .  .      75W...  S00W..,  Each  25c  48c  .48c  aw-Bwv*  -20  282  G, Sinclair  Greston Hardware  Canyon St. East  ___.  ____���������_________*_________*___________________.  _______  .__.__.__. <_.4_  4  4  4  ������  4  4  4  <  4  .  4  I  4  i  4  4  4  4'  4  1  4    ���������  4  4 '  Better Meats  Mean  Better Meals !  4   -  4   .  Saturday Specials  Leg of Mutton, per Ih ~.         ISc  Loin of Mutton,    "     ......   ....  121c  Choice Roast Vea!9 per lb -__........... 32e  Special Roast Beef   ** -      .....1���������...... IOc  Spare Ribs. Salt and Fresh Tongues. Chopped Suet  Pickled Pork. 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