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Gets Pavilion
Council Accedes to Request of
Deputation���Will Have Building Wired���Fire Truck Ready
���Pass Aeeouts Totallfng $796.
Business costing before the November
meeting of tie village council on Mbni
day -light was disposed of with neat*
��� ness and dispatch, adjournement being
sieved at S.80 with the business of the
session disposed of in very satisfactory
fashion. ReeveJEVH. Jackson presided.
and Councillor Edmondson was the only
other member of the board present.   "
The feature of the gathering was the
receiving of a delegation from Creston
Athletic Club, who were asking for the
. free use of the Park pavilion for the
winter months for gymnasium and
athletic purposes. The case was ably
presented by W. J. Truscott and Geo.
K.   ��_eliy,   the former,   telling  of  the
:  ��<i vantages cf ths  gym.,  aad   assuring
that the  only  reason  free  rental  was
asked was on account of any funds  the
club may amass being  needed  to pur
chase new equipment.   Mr.  Kelly was
.; equally eloquent is stating the case for
indoor sports, such as softball, handball,
y indoor baseball and basketball. With
the latter he believed there would be
two or more teams from the jpnior,
intermediate and senior groups. Use of
the building for three nights a week was
asked, and the council will concene the
request provided guarantees are given
That good care will he taken of the
property.  , "       .
Amongst the correspondence was a
letter from Creston Fwcer ^,-light
Cdmpany assuring 13^ they Yi
It was agreed to spend up to $150 for
wiring the Park pavilioa, the work to
commence imssedistely. l��riih this i��v
provement the badminton club'will rent
the building for the winter at $10 a
month. The reeve was given authority
to purchase a wreath to be placed on the
monument on Armistice Day, and the
clerk will again write, the minister of
lands drawing attention to the fact that
as yet no action has been taken to investigate the complaints lodged with him
respecting the water supp y, us well as
Goat River canyon development. The
reeve was also given author ty to arrange
for the installation of a telephone for
sending in fire alarms.
The meeting was possibly the
of tho present  council's term,
legs closing at 9.30 precisely.
No. 34
Hospital Shower
Marked Success
ContribuHo_--.o�� Fruit and Vegetables M oreTthan Double those
of 1930 ��� ^omen's Institute
.Hospital Goisiriittee in __aarge
Mrs. McMaster and daughter, Fay, of
Cranbrook, were visitors at the ranch, at
the weekend.
Ted Staples lejt on Sunday for his
home at Kelowna, travelling by motor,
via Spokane and Osooys.
Mrs. Chas. Kirk, who has beep a
patient at Creston public bospitalf was
able to return home Wednesday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Young and Mrs.
Sam Scott, were Bonners Ferry visitors
on Wednesday last.
A. Legrand, who has been working here
all sdmmer, has returned to his home in
Miss Walker, teacher
Erickson school, spent
friends in Nelson.
in Division 2 of
Armistice with
Appreciation osOreston Valley Public
Hospital was sao^s. n in practical fashion
on Saturday aftet-ioon when a total of
251 jars of canned fruit and vegetables.;
along with a . ac!_N.of potatoes, and two
Christmas puddings, were donated .the
hospital in the shower sponsored by the'
Women's Insi titu& Hospital Committee.
The affair was held in the basement.of
the United Church* and in spite of the
very disagreeable weather there was a
iine turnout of ladies for the tea, which
was in charge of -the committee, Mrs.
Jas. Cook, Mrs. R. Stevens, Mrs.
Cherrington, Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. Mallandaine, assisted by Mrs. McKeivey, -.Mrs.
F. C. ___odgerst. ahAr Mrs, "R- Marti"* of
Sirdar. Those contributing tb this very
worthy cause aret ?Mrs. Geo. Johnson,
Mrs. Joyce, Mrs.k Lbwther, Mrs. Hayes,,
Mrs. S. A. Speers, Mrs. Mallandaine,
Mrs. Fransen. Mrs. Jas. Cook, Mrs.;'
Fleetwood, Mr��. M. Young, Mrs. Mc-.
Kelvey. Mrs. Forbes, Mrs. Middletcm,
Mrsl W. K. Brown, Mrs. R. Stevens,
Mrs. Barraclough, Mrs. Stapleton, Mrs.
L. C. McFarland, Miss M. Millar, Mrs.
F. C. Rodgers, Mrs- V. Mawson, Mrs.
Palfreyznat-, Mrs, G.. Cartwright, Mrs.
M. J. Boyd, Mrs, Pridham,   Mrs.   Put-
nam, Mrs. Cherrington, Mrs R. Thurs^r
J ton, Mrs. I*. McSnnlsi Mrs. Earner,. ^Irs..
Haskins, Mrs. F. Clark, Mrs. Maxwell,
Mrs. F. H. Jackson, Mrs. Edmondson,
Mra. S. Watson, Mrs.'Teiford* Mrs*
Watcher, Mrs. T. Lacey. Mrs. F. Tompkins, Mrs. Archibald, Mrs. J. Arrow-
smithl Mrs. WV H. Crawford, Mrs.
T. Dickson, Mra. W. 2. Craig, Mrs. J. E.
Johnston, Mrs. OUvier,' Mrs. 3, Cr
Martin, Mrs. Angus Cameron, Mrs. T_
Goodwin. And Mrs. McCabe, Miss Kas=
cuzzo. Mrs. Dibben, Mrs. North, and
Mrs. 3S= Martin of Sirdar.
Thait the ospltai continues to merit
the support of the community may be
gleaned from the fact that at a simHar
shower In 1930 total contributions were
only 115 jars of fruit and vegetables.
Creston Observes
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plebiscite. C.'H. Hare wrote-asking; for
a street light at "Alder street and the
Public road at the north, of town, but
the request was not favorably entertained. Neither was the letter from
Chas: Moore who is willing to accept
$37.60 for a ten-foot deep strip of the
frontage of Liu lot on Canyon street.
The clerk will advise Mr. Moore that
they will pay only their orieina] offer of
$25. .       -
The accounts for the month, totalling
$796, were ordered paid. In this is
$278 for the improvements on Wilson
Avenue, and when this" was reached C.
F. Hayes, on behalf of the property
owners interested, expressed appredat
ion given their request for this, work and
alssurcd the commissioner- that excellent
value had been obtained for the-amount
expended. The street is now quite the
equal of any in town.
'Councillor Edmondson reported that
tjje Chevrolet truck recently purchased
fr m Mr. Weisgarber haB been fitted up
as a fire truck and is ready, for use*
As a fire fighting utility it is well equipped and a bill from Steenstrup ��S_ Reed for
$07 for equipping it was passed for payment.
Word has just reached here of the
marriage at Vancouver, Wash., early in
November of Miss Iona. daughter of
foev. J. E. and Mrs. Healey.. Thegrgpm
For the present "they
home in Vancouver*
wiil  make   their
Un<|er the auspices of tbe Presbyterian Ladies' Aid, in the
United Church Hall
3 to 5.30 p.m*
Be sure to visit the
Special $1.00 Fable
Nothing over; nothing' under $1.00
, Fancy Woth
Notions,   I Novelties
Candy,   Hame Cooking
���15c. - Afternoon Tea - 15c
Miiae Seeling
A great lu-provement has" "been made
in the arrearance of the Rose ranch by
the removal of all the trees and stubs on
the eight acres between the driveway and
town.   This will beseeded to alfalfa.
Mrs. Valentine and young son, who
have been guest ...pf the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Compton, returned to
her home i   Nelson Wednesday last.
About 40 of he friends and neighbors
of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hamilton treated
them to a surprise party on Thursday
evening last, at which dancing and
music \yere the features of a most enjoyable evening, with an excellent lunch
about inidnig t
C S. Hester left last week for Kimberley. where he will be making his
headquarters, having taken/ over the
work of district representative for the
Sun .Life Assurance Company In the
Cranbrook-Kim berley district.
Joe Miller and,Will Mather returned
at tho first of thfc week from Wa3a. They
made ti.6 round trip on horseback and
onch brought back with him n horse for
Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, jr.       ^
The flock of BOO White Leghorn pullets
on the J. C. Martin ranch are making a
splendid showing, averaging slightly over
100 eggs daily since the first of the
Attendance nt Alice Siding school for
October was well maintained 17 qf the
scholars making perfect attendance' for
the month. In his report 'principal
Freaney shows tho following na class
loaders. Grado S��� Arthur ...Conqftt.blo,
Edward Argyje. Grade 7 ������ Geoffrey
Constable, Gordon Smith,, Grade 6���
Hazel Miller, - Isto Mather. Grade 5���
Sidney Argyle, Carl McDougall. Grade
4���Jonn Smith, Violet Parkin. Grade
a���Marion Smith, John Smith, Grade
ln���Dick Smith, Wilbur Argyle. Grade
Hi���Frank Siminter.
Thoso having perfect attendance wero:
William ��� Constable, Wilbur Argylo,
Robert: McDougall, John Smith,
ISvolyn Mather, Mnrlpn Smith, Alfred
Parkin, Viole Parkin, Joan Smith, Carl
McDougall, Hasol Miller, " Evelyn
Mather, Geolfroy Constable. Gordon
Smith, JohbIo McDougnl^ Ethel Mather
and Arthur C.��-_.Ubli_,
It has been said, "It is our
duty to give the dead a decent
burial* but $b cage for the sick
. and ��� siifferinfyisd^^
It -will isot bs T^dubfced 4that
the best place to cSi^^fbrT tl_0
sick and 'suflfenrig^ls in a
hospital, where thereriis everything needful for' the purpose.
There may be a question as to
the necessity for a hospital at
- Creston, but it is a long way to
Cranbrook and Nelson when
time and repose are the chief
Much money and energy, has
been spent on Creston Valley
Public Hospi.al to make it as
up-to-date as possible. Even
one of the very best X-ray
machines is installed.
Gmri&atm City
L. Moberg md John Johnson have
secured a tract of timber on Goat
mountain, back of the Haskins ranch,
and are expecting to get  a contract for
hewn ties from the C.P.E.
The Water  0_iersYhaveT the  annual
piiiw-iaag .on   Saturday  evening at   the
hall.   The retiring   trustees   are  J.   G.
Wearmouth and F. Knott.
A meeting of all interested in the
children's Christmas celebration was
held jbhY Monday; night, with Mrs.
Nygaard presiding. Funds will be
raised at a whist this evening, and a
dance on December 4th.
Canyon residents are reminded that
workers on the hospital drive will be on
the rounds early in the week, Canyon
has always shown a practical friendship
for the hospital and are sure to continue
the good work.   Buy 'em by the book.
Mrs. Moberg, who has been a patient
in Nelson hospital for the past two
weeks3 is niaking a satisfactory Recovery,
i*o�� srrivei-boriie
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Mr. and Mrs. H_l_- Cl-irk .ate Esther
Staples) who arrived a-coujpie of weeks
ago, hs.ve cftcsplet-ed tLe purehase of the
Kolthammer (Charlie Johnson) p!sce9
and Mr. Kolthammer has acquired
what is known as the knob hiii, opposite
HuygertB & VanAckeran,- on which he
will immediately erect a new residence.
Besides, it   is   an
asset to the toton.
Our merchants furnish supplies to the IJospital, and our
local professional men render
service to the community
through the medium of the
Were there no Hospital both
of these advantages, and many
others, would be lost.
To express regret after some-
. thing sudden has happened
��� will profit nothing. *
Act now.
To clear the Hospital of $1500
liability���part of, the debt in
curred in remodelling and equipping the present Hospital building ���you are asked to con tri biite
by way of a Cash Prize Drawing
Contest, with dance, tickets for
which airt^now on sale.
Within the next few days
canvassers will call on you and
you are asked to aid* the cause
by buying generously. The
tickets are 50 cents each. You
are urged to buy a book of them
at $5 ahd thus qualify for the
Hospital Three Hundred Club.
which carries with it hospital
membership paid for five  years.
This is certainly one of thc
very best causes you have ever
been aaked to iftssiifc- arid the
Hospital directors* feel  sure you
Miss Beatrice Molander spent the
weekend with her sister, Mrs. Slean, at
Cranbrook returning on Monday.
E. H ldsworth and Ernest Hickey,
who are trapping up Leadville creek,
were down for supplies one day last
Frank Pym and Mr. Simpson   of  tne
forestry   department, Cranbrook, were
here on business, Tuesday.
Mrs. Maione and grand daughter,
June, of Creston, were between-trains*
visitom on Wednesday last, with her
daughter j Mrs. D. Weston.        *
Mark Devlin of Assiniboia, Sask.,
paid his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. JC.
Devlin,, a visit for a few days, returning
from Vancouver, Ho left for home on>
Miss Vivian Langlois, who attends
business college at Nelson, spent the
weekend at her homo In Kitchener.   '
Miss ��� Jest_3o -White, public school
.principal, spent the weekend in Nelson,
visiting relatives and frionds.
Mrs. B. Johnson, who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. Brown,. at
Beaverdoll, retumingjiome on  Sunday.
Misses Elsie and Edith Nelson of
NelRon, flpen!. the wec-Ecc-nd with tliwu1
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Nelson,
returning on Sunday.
Marcel SonesacI nnd  Fritz Molander
have Declared a job cutting logs for
Crnn rook Sanh & Door Company.
* Mr. and Mr'i. G. Southorlnnd of
Kimberley, who are moving to Nelson,
stopped hero m route, leaving again on
Mr. nnd Mra, C. Taplin and daughter,
Beryl, of Canyon,   spent  Sunday  here,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Molander,
The Community bridgo club put on a
bridge and daTico In Hunt's Hall on Sot-
.mliiy  ���(���vpniW'Kp   with   n   fair  turnout.
Splendid Turnout for Exercises
at Monument ��� Appropriate
Address���-Dinner is Happy
Feature���Dance at Night.
The best turnout-of veterans
seen at the Armistice Day
exercises since the monument was
dedicated   was   in   evidence  on
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thirteenth anniversary of the
termination of the Great War.
The weather was ideal, but this
favorable feature, combined with,
the fact that, it was a public
holiday did not help swell the
crowd of civilians, which was
hardly as big as last year.
The returned men paraded to
the monument in charge of
Sergt.,-Major R. T. Millner and
precisely at 11 there was the
observance of the two minutes
silence. Bugler G. H. Kelly
sounded Last Post and this was
followed by the laying of wreaths
and floral remembrances on the
granite pillar. Rev. A. Walter
had an appropriate invocation,
concluding with" the Lord's
Praye��, and the address by Rev.
T. Scott was equally appropriate.
He based his remarks on thetext,
<k,i^o(wliat;;piu^ose'is.' this waste.*?
Godi ^our he!|>T in a#es past."
The reveille was sounded^ followed by *,God Save the; King",
after which the veterans paraded
to the eeiaetery; where they
decorated the graves of dead
comrades. ���.
The Armistice dinner was at
the King George Hotel at 12.30
and was attended by practically*
all the men in parade, and in the
evening the annual dance attracted a splendid attendance.
The informal sociability that
prevailed after dinner was of very
high order. Everyone present
was under obligation to sing a
song, tell a story, make a speech
or contribute to the hall building,
fund. The outstanding effort
was the highland schottische by
Andy Sinclair to eprnet nausic
provided by John Finlay. Songs
were contributed by H. Fortin,
John Hall, Reg. Watson, G. H.
Kelly and Frank Lewis, and the
favorite story tellers were Col.
Tester, R. Sinclair Smith and
Stan. Watson. Space does not
permit of a recounting of the able
addresses by those who favored
with talks befitting the occasion.
All arrangements for the day
were in the hands of the Legion
and they are to be complimented
on the highly dignified ' observance the great occasion war
will give liberally and cheerfully. J Mr��.   Chaa. Anderson who won tho
ladies' prize, with Mra. G. A. Hunt,
second. Miss Clara Hunt, who played
ns n gent, captured nrn.n'8 first, y.'lth Jack
Bohan second.
A dance givrn in connection with
Creston Vnllcy public hospital drlvo by
tho Kitchener lttdieH with Creston donee
bnnd furnishing music will be hold in
Hunt's hall on Saturday, November
21��t. Everyone como and have a good,
time. Your tlckot to this danco entitles you to a chanco on thc wwepsfakes
to bo drawn nt thc hotipitnl ball at the
Park pavilion, Creaton, on N._v<.'-..bt.r
..<���:' the  review:- CKEBTO^.  B.   ���.
The  Antidote  For  Fear
The  -Afl,
Acts Likm a Fimsh
"A Simple Sip- Pnavesir
Argentina has decided to adhere to
*v��j_ one vea** navgl holid&v.
Canada is sending a consignment of
relief material for hurricane stricken
Premier Brownlee, replying to a report from Ottawa, says no unauthorized work has been done tn Alberta
under the relief scheme.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New
York, on October 31. reported receipt
of a consignment of gold from Canada amounting to $-1,000,000.
A petrified section of an ichthyosau-
ris from Hudson's Hope has been
placed in the hands of tbe provincial
museum of British Columbia.
Two raccoons and two black bear
cubs will be sent to Australia as a
gesture of courtesy for the two kan-
Courage, Confidence and Hope Needed
By World Today
The curse of humanity has always
been fear.
-Fear dates back to the beginning: of
Fear is the mother of hatred, tho
instigator of murder,, the begetter of
wars.", "'."������-.
Fear is tbe enemy of sanity, the
spoiler of judgment, the deftter of the
soul.. /
Fear turns day into night and
makes men-walk in darkness.
Fear is the foreEixaner of distress,
the foe to prosperity, the preserver of
Fear is the failure of the spirit, the
triumph of the primitive -over the
civilized,   the  victory  of  death   over
1_fe.        "
Aa individuals and aa a nation we
should, cast fear from us.
Courage, confidence, hope���these
are the antidotes���and the world has
great need of them today. Fear is
the thing that halts progress and
creates difficulties, makes people hesitate where  courage would see them
_K_��r>. io-V-
Tender-handed stroke a nettle.
And it stings you for your pains;
Grasp it tike a man of mettle���
And as soft as silk remains.
���London Daily Express.
Lost 19 lbs���And Backache
" I am 22 years of age, and I weighed
16a lbs. I had pains in the back and -..
head, "I didn't jcare about anything...
When my friend told mc to -try
Kruschen Salts, I '-would not at first������
I whs sick of taking s tuff. But since I
tried' Kruschen. Salt . six months ago,
I have lost 10 lbs., and feel a different
woman,   so  X 'am very   thankful   to
Mrs:,. who xecommendecL Eruschon
Salts.'*���Mrs. P. ;   " ,   <
The condition -which caused this
womaSr to ^put, on'weight, was also thc
cause of her JbftC-drhife and headaches.
The whole trouble was due to the
internal organs failing to expei from
the:!_ody,T_egular!y and completely, tho
waste products" of digestion.
Tlie six salts of Kruschen assist the
internal organs to perform their
functions properly���to throw off each
day the - wastage and poisons that
encumber tlie system. Then, little by
little, thnt "ugly Cat goes���slowly, yes���
but surely. The backache and headaches disappear. You fee! wonderfully
healthy, youthful and energetic���
more so than ever before in your life.
V      NOVEMBER  15
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Lesson: Acts 21.17 to 23.30.
Devotional Heading: 2 Corinthians
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Advent of daylight saving time next;
year to Vancouver suffered a setback
when the city council refused to submit s. plesbescite on it at the December elections.
A large majority of the members
of the International Peace Ga-rden
Commission favored the Turtle Mountain site for the garden, said J. H.
Moore, secretary of the commission.
H. G. Wells, noted British author
and historian? visiting Boston, predicted increased efficiency in industry
would result in increasing unemployment.
The marked upward trend in Canadian business was noted in tlie value
of retail sales during September, issued in a report by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics.
Only 1,004 Canadians received immigration   visas   for   admission   into
�� the United  States during  September
as compared with 6,151 in the corres-
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Orders have been received from
China for 50 head of registered Ayrshire cows for the Hong Kong Dairy
and Cold Storage Company. The
order will be filled from herds in British Columbia.
Paint is something used to improve the looks of buildings and spoil
those of the girls.
���By Alia�� Michael!*���J
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comforting relief
without y dosing."
Just rub on
Explanations and Comments
Paul's Reception At Jerusalem.,.
verses 17-19.-^-The leaders of the
Church at Jerusalem received Paul
cordially. James was in the company
.that greeted him, but Peter seems
not v to have been present. Paul
came to them with a wonderful story
of how the gospel message had been
received among the Grecian Jews and
Gentiles, and with abundant proof of
their regard for the Mother Church
in ihe collection -which they had contributed out of their deep poverty.
It is evident that Paul had thought
this gathering of contributions from
his Gentile churches to be "the
crowning act," as Professor Ramsay
declares, of his work in the four Gentile provinces of Galatia, Asia, MaceT gold leaf only one-millionth of an
donia, and Acha_a. Yet there is no inc}x- thick. Details of its development
mention of any expression <of grati-
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Lee t a\.<a
Sensitive J>mm-Shaped Pick-Up That
<?       ,.. Hias Great __,oss_blli$5es  _.
Talkies and radio may have a new
larynx in a drum-shaped pick-up  off
tudeon" the ��___ It^r^e^. Thel ���*e made public at Purdue Univer-
emission is pathetic tn ��_��_���
7>i/-  h^__.
followed with intense interest Paul's
course and aim.
sity. Indiana.
This membrane,   50   to   100 atomic
diameters  in  thickness,   is  stretched
As a man may kindle a flame  that
On a hearth in a. cold, bare room
Till its dancing lig\it, all color of rose,
Floods the place with, its warmth and
He has lighted a spark in many lives
With the touch of his spirit's fire,
He    has    kindled    the    dream    that
through all survives,
He has. quickened the high desire.
As a blase with its glamour of ruddy
Transfigures a room once bleak,
So the flame of his courage, clear and
Brings the power the timorous seek.
He has brought into lives that were
drear and cold.
Into doubting hearts of youth,
A  gift  which  has solace   for  young
and. old,   -.:.   ^
The flicker of living truth!
of A��_S!!?._? J.����-fOS?i���S an? ���ldKrf  taut like  a drum  head over a steel
of Jerusalem passed at once to what^ . ._.--.      _.,_
was uppermost in their  own minds. | rlnS larger in diameter than a silver
The theological and theoretical over-! United States dollar.
shadowed the practical in this early j     Dr. Karl Lark-Horovitz, head of the
?��ri_5ian ^r��UE 5? they tmYe doneallI physic department, said that the biS
too often ui all the ages since. 1   - _ _=, _._. ,
A somewhat simila? spirit reigned  P^ck-up  reproduces the low frequen-
among the    representatives    of    the; cies, that is, the deep tones, almosl
Church of England in Africa a few
vearst sjriofl,    TMTis$_lo'n_��.i*i*��-o w��to __i_a-��_��<
to tell of their labors and successes,
but these High Churchmen said
"Brothers, we hear that you have received at your Communion- Table
missionaries who do not belong to our
The Lovely Waskesin
Make Fresh Start
Homes for the aged men are still
maintained, but not so for aged women. They say when a woman begins
to gcow. old these days she bobs her
hair, shortens her skirt and starts all
over again."
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m^mmmm^wm TEE   B-KVJLKW,   OBSSTON,  v'1-  THE HOUSE ^OF**  DREAMS-COME-TRJJE  Y      '��������� BY ���������     ���������:������������������, ... t     .,  -.- MABGABITC PJE_Di_Ei_  ('!7  _ ���������'������������������> Author Of   ;:  *     '^.{":  "Tho Splendid Folly," "Tho Hermit  Of Far End." ' y  Bidder & Stoug-hton, Ltd.. London.  CHAPTER Jy.-T-Odaiinued.   y:'-:%  "Thank God!" she heard him mutter. Then, aloud, reassuringly: "I've  got my end off it all right. Now, can  ;you catch hold of the strap and,raise  ;yourself a little so that I can'reach  ^you?" ;  ~ Jean obeyed.    A~ minute later she  felt  his   arn_s   about  her   shoulders,  underneath her armpits, and then  very slowly, but with a sure strength  that took from her all sense of fear,  "he drew her safely up beside him ron  -to the high ground.  a distracted^/'maitre d'hotel," and a  little crowd [-ibf: interested and sympathetic visitors welcomed their arrival. .   :_ '._.'--  "Mon dieu, mademoiselle! But we  rejoice to see you back!" exclaimed  Madame de Varigny. "We ourselves  are only newly returned���������and that,  with 'difficulty, through this, terrible  storm���������and we arrive to find that  none knows wher������ you are."  ^Me, I made sure that mademoiselle  had accompanied Madame la T Com-  tesse,". asseverated Monsieur Vau-  trinot, nervously anxious to exculpate  himself from any charge of carelessness.     '    '"';"  "We were just going to organize a  search-party,:'.added the little Count.  "I, myself���������stoutly���������"should have  joined in the search."  Weary as she was, Jean could hardly refrain from smiling ai the idea of  the diminutive Count in the role of  gallant preserver. He would have been  considerably less   well-qualified   even  For a   moment   they   both   rested  ..���������-    .        ,. . ������������������������������������._..-���������     .  quietly, recovering their breath. The������*h** *fSelf <������ ?** ���������*r the drifting  .Englishman   seemed    glad    of    ^ ^ow through which the sheer, dogged  respite,     and     Jean     noticed    with fj^?. ������f    <?? ��������� BngUamum    had  -concern the rather drawn look of his  brought her safely.  she    _..?_.- . .  -.u.3U_-__.l.- V4Sly  face. She thought he must be more  .  :?-?������ ���������^���������-  turned  with   the  ������!������������_,/. ���������__* fi-oJT*__ ���������__,.__-. +._ 0^__-.ml_  Mention of effecting an introduction  played out than he cared to acknowledge. .���������.���������.-:���������--;    .^.,.r     r  Across the silence of sheer fatigue  their eyes met���������Jean's filled with a  wistful solicitude as unconscious and  candid as a child's, the man's curiously brilliant and inscrutable���������and in a  moment the silence had become something other, different, charged with  emotional significance, the revealing  silence which falls suddenly between  . a man and woman.  .   At last:      "  "This is what comes of stealing a  day from Mrs. Grundy,"  commented  .the man drily.        a... . ._���������,'-.���������  , ���������  And^the tension was broken.  ,V'*ri'3^^pritttg',^p,Tas though a^ious to  maintain the (recovered atmosphere of  the commonplace!  ''GcftxSeTT'TT^vih*''. shb^'Eer"."5oIt' Ta&<3'  tried ineffectually to down you in a  ditch, I expeetr-heL^ldladjp^rill^letjus  get home safely _kjw. "We're through  the wuB__t^~The_.__.^are no-more- drifts  between here and the hotel."  It was true. Anything _tha.t. might'  have spelt danger, fwas pasp,,- and it;  only remained to^~ foiioyv the r.beE).ten  tra^ck up to the hbtel, thbhgh etfen so,  with the wind and snow -driving in  their faces, it took them a good half-  hour to accomplish; tbe task ���������     .,  between the latter and "the Varignys,  ohl^.,to find that he had disappeared.  He had taken the opportunity presented by the little ferment of excitement  which had greeted her safe return to  slip away.  She felt oddly disooncerted. And  yet, she reflected, it was so like him���������  so like the conception of him which  she had formed, at least���������to'evade  both her thanks and the enthusiasm  with which a recital of -the, afternoon's adventure would have been  received.  Monsieur  f d J^^ax^j^yYMlem>  l.^lr*_-rt"_<^V'_ir(*i-i.������'>*- ,"ib������P_WKUWW������������_iVwMi.n������_������'  When  ..;TEETH1jNG  fcpkes' HIM   FUSSY  jOhe of tlie most important things  ybu lean do to make a teething baby  comfortable Is to see that little  bowels do their worlc of carrying oft.  wasto matter promptly t$nd regularly.  For this nothing Is better than Castoria, a pure vegetable preparation  specially;mado for babioa and children: Castoria acts oo gently you can  give ^ it to young Infants to rollovo  colic. Yet It Is always effective, for  older children, tooi Romombor, Castoria contains no harsh drugs, no  narcotics���������Is absolutely harmless.  Whon your baby is fretful with  toothing or a food upset, give a cleansing dose ol! Castoria, Bo sure you get  genuine Castoria with the name;  the name:  (i^Z^-MZaZl  CASTORIA  ,w.  w.  u;  is. it.  CHAPTER VI.  The Magic Moment  Jean, surprisingly revived by a hot  both^anct aJhot drink, and comfortably  tueked up beside the fire ������n her noom,  jwas recoctnting the day's, adventure to  WkdatiOip de Va^ighyi   '.-',,..  It was a somewhat expurgated version of "the 'af_air."that' SH <_ * outlined���������  thoughtfully calculated to allay the  natural apprehensions of a temporary  chaperon���������i_r which the unknown  Englishmanc, figured innocuously .as  merely-having come to her assistance  when,' in the course of her afternoon's  tramp, she had been overtaken by t^he  blizzard: Of the stolen day, snatched  * from . under U-Irs. ; Grundy's enquiring  jpoSe^r-Jeaiigr preserved a discreet  silence. .-._���������_']  :I_"I?aorfj[cnowJwho he  could  be,"  ������������������Kh,e pursued.;. "I've never seen him;on  .ptfye^icg be|g*f; I should certainly have  "recognized him if I had. He was a  .���������,1)6201;, hrpwn '^wa^i very English-look-  Jng���������uiGLt    8$$k ;;<)f.r:::cbld-tub-every-  inidi'jSih������ ef^itf you know.    Oh! And  he had  cffio2ii6i"Jfectiy "white lock of  ihS^S th;a^c-15ja3 distinctly attractive. It  looked"���������descriptively ��������� "as thoOfch  someone had dabbed a powdered finger on his ,.��������� hair-rrjust   in   the   right  place."        y       .  Madame de Varigny's eyes narrowed,  and a quick ejaculation escaped her.  It was something moro than a mere  exclamation'' connoting interest;' lt  hold a definitely individual note, as  though it sprang from some sudden  [ access of personal fooling.  Jean, hearing it, looked up in some  surprise, and tho other, meeting her  questioning glance, rushed hastily into spo-ech.  "A lock of white hair? But how  chic. It should riot''-���������thoughtfully--  "be difficult to discover the identity  of anyone with s.o distinctive a characteristic."  ���������"Ho Is not staying In the hotel, at  all oyemts,", satd Joan. "Ho told mo  ho was at a friend's chalet."  "And ho did not cnlighton you as to  his namo? Gave you no hint?"  Madame do Varigny spoke with an  assumption of Indifference in hor  liquid voico,  Jean shook her head, smiling a little  to horscl!?. It had boon part of the  charm of that brief companionship  that neither of tho two oomrados  knew any of tho everyday, common-  plaoo detail., concerning tho othor.  "Porhapa you will aeo him again, at  I._m_      Khil.     to_*_(__i.ow,"      HU&fc-Ck-lm.  Madame de Varigny, still with that  note of restrained eagerness in her  tones. "The snow is not deep except  -where it has drifted; they will clear  theice"'in the morning."  Y ^e^Ywas ,s_.le__t: ��������� She was not al-  .together sure that she wanted to see  him again. As it stood, robbed of all  commonplace;" circumstances of, convention, the, .incident held a certain  glamour of whimsical romance which  could" not-'but appeal to the daughter  of Glyn Peterson. Nicely rounded off,  as, for instance,' by the unknown^ Eng-  iish'm__h?s" prosaically calling at the  hotel the next'day to enquire whether she had suficered any ill effects/it  would lose, all the .th_.il! of "adventure.  It was the suggestion of incompleteness which flavored the entire episode  so piquahtly.      ���������>-k'  No, on the whole, Jean rather hoped  that she would not meet the English-  raan .again���������at least, not yet. Some  dsiy, perhaps, it might be rather nice  if chsmce brought them together once  more. There" would' be a certain element of rpmahtio fitness about it,  shoulcll that happen.  S'x don't think I am likely to see him  again," *he said quietly, replying to  Madame de Varigny's suggestion. "Ks  told me he was going away tomorrow." "  Had it heen conceivable, Jean would  have said that a. flash of disappointment crossed the Countess's face. But  there seemed no possible reason -why  the movements of an unknown "Englishman should cause her any excitation pf feeling whatever, pleasant or  otherwise. The only feasible explanation was that odd little streak of in-  quisitiveness concerning other people's  affairs which appeared to be characteristic of her and which she had. before evinced concerning the circumstances of La^y Anne Brennan.  Whatever, curiosity she may have  felt, however, on this occasion  Madame de Varigny refrained from  giving expression to it. Apparently  dismissing the subject of the Englishman's identity from her mind, she  switched-the conversation into a fresh  channel.  "It is unfortunate that you should  have met with such a contretemps today. You will not feel disposed to  dance this evening* after so much  fatigue," she observed oommiserating-  But Jean scouted the notion. With  the incomparable resihency of youth,  she felt quite equal to dancing aii  night if needs be. y.^  "Mais tout au contraire!" she exclaimed. "I'm practically recovered���������  at least, I shall be after another half-  hour's lazing by this glorious fire. I  wonder what heaven-sent inspiration  induced Monsieur Vautrinot to install  - Severe abdominal pains, gripinur,  after takinjg a" laxative is an ind!- .  ,cati6n'''ofTT:,hhhatural: "-strain" that  ihayT'cause serious injury.   ....  No laxative that causes such  discomfort is safe, or necessary^  "ENO is pleasant, gentle, safe  and sure.' .  A' '-��������� daily dash of ENO'8  ���������'FruitSalt" in a glass of water,  hight'r'orT morning, tones, up and  sweetens", the: entire . system. Acid.  Btbmach, fatigue, biliousness,  quicklyy disappear:  a real English fire-place in this room?  Ti.'_: -?alt/><nii.-i ������������ '. ���������  The  Cotihtess rose,  shrugging ^her  expressive shoulders.  (ToBe Continued.)  Economic Conference Likely  ���������     ������������������     i      .  Governments Would No Doubt Accept  invitation Wot Next Yea_* _-  The l-ondon Times says that when  Prime Minister R. B. Bennett of Canada formally renews his invitation to  hold the adjourned meeting- off the  Imperial Economic Conference at  Ottawa next year,, the National Government will certainlv accept!., Th^  'suggestion is made, the Times added,  that the meeting should not be held  too early in the year, in order that all  the governments of the Empire might  have ample time to make their preparations. "   '- '  Little Helps For This Week  An Oil That Is Prized TEverywhere.  ���������Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil was put  upon the market Without any flourish  over fifty years ago. It was put up  to meet the wants of a small section,  but as soon as its merits became  known it had a whole continent for a  field, and it is now known, and prized  throughout this 'continents ;y There is  n*.-**V*.$-r-or  ___.iTc������i   4-s* "id-     ': - -~"  -_��������� -W .... . ��������� ..^       ������_mU.Gv������.    .a*^      ....    ...  To Control Radio  Australia will follow BrEtiain in dealing with radio. From Jiane 30 next  year private broadcasting in Austra-  13a will cease,, and will be replaced by  an organization along the lines of the  British Broadcasting Corporation,  which under the government has the  monopoly of broadcasting in Britain.  And their- works do follow them."  ���������Revelations xivL 13.  Nay,  rather  act the part unnamed,  unknown,  And   let   Fame   Wow,  her   trumpet  through the world  With noisy wind to swell a fool's renown,  Joined with some truth he stumhled,  blindly o'er,  Or coupled -with some single, shining  deed ~  That in the great account of all his  days  Will stand" alons upon the bankrupt  sheet  His pitying angel shows the clerk of  heaven.  The noblest service conies from. nameless hands,  And the best servant does his work  unseen."  ���������'"������;.'.  ���������Oliver Wendell Holmes.  Is it only those who are great, or  those only who are splendidly good,  whose works do follow them ? God  forbid. Are there not, els He Himself  has told us, such,little things as the  widow's mite and the cup of cold  -water given for His sake? There is a  rgreatness ;in unknown .names, there  ia.ah-immortality of quiet duties attainable by the meanest of mankind.  ���������Frederic William Farrar.  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The secretary of the school  board, stated at the meeting that  this eight months transportation  would cost each ratepayer one  mill on the dollar of their assessment. Assuming the average . Thelma- Stewart, Robert Vigne. Elmer  lan<_ owner is paying taxas on an \ Walkey, Yera Watson, Ardrey Weir.  assessment of $2500, one mill on  the dollar would mean a raise of  just 25 cents each.  neau,'Kenneth Hester. Aileen MacDonr  aid. Grade 3���������Charlotte Wilks, Olga  Hurack, linden Bell.  Perfect attendance���������George Cartwright, Albert Crosby, Corinne Doneau,  Jack Hall, Kenneth Hester, Teddy  Hewitt, Olga Hurrack, Betty Kernaghan,  Bobby Kernag1-an, .Dorothy "Klingen-  smithy Tinus Krygsveld, Aileen MacDonald, Ethel MacLaren, Bert  McFarland, David McFarland, Helmut  Patalla,     Tom     Ross,   Rose  Stewart,  I  ,1 think I am safe in saying that  Arrow Creek has helped Erickson  with over $2000 in the past  twenty years to hVlp Erickson  children get an education, but I  am sorry to say at this meeting  Eiickson declined to put up $100  j__OV6-  Kootenay  Telephone  Go.  LIMITED  Division 5���������Miss Hobden, teacher.  Number attending, 37.  Average attendance, 36.19.  Proficiency:    Grade 2a���������Agnes  strom. Eileen Pendry, Donald Truscott.  Grade  2b���������Spencer   Schnnour.   Russell  Martin, Betty Ross,  Perfect attendance���������Jean Bailey,  Harley Brady, Jean Bunt, James  Edwards, William Edwards, Kenneth  French, Doris Gabelhei, Mary Gabelhei,  ������ , v Louis Johnston, Iky Krygsveld, Billy  ^5V"viL������wi8)G-_rt' Lewis, Agnes Loveatforn,  children. And this too, in spite [Russell Martin, Kuiit Patalla. Eileen  of the fact that the school dis- Pendry, Oscar Pettersan, Jean Pridham,  trict treasurer stated there was' Katherine Rents, Willie Rodgers, Betty  enough money in the treasury to^������?9< B^uce R^s, Dorothea Schmidt,  ���������j/ t, m .. .        . . Helen Stewart. Arthur   Sutcliffe,  Leslie  ta__<_ care Ol xnis extra cost. - Tooze. Dona.d Tooze, Donald  Truscott,  The chairman of   the   meeting    Vivian Walkey, Blanche York-  T____T_  f.flufS.^'.f*  0  ���������d  /Lr^fg\TTT  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON,   B.C.,   FRIDAY, NOV. 13  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  Arrow Creek Heard From  Editor Review:  Sir,���������As you have seen by the  Review of October 30th the  Erickson school district meeting  of the 26th, called for the purpose  ofdeciding the question of transportation of the Arrow Creek  children to Erickson school,- re-  suited in no transportation.  I think a little light thrown on  the spirit of this meeting might  afford food for thought. Mr.  Littlejohn appeared to be spokes-  IllcU-.  for   the   opposition,    and  produced a list of names of those  entitled to vote. He read out the  names, and it appeared that  those from Arrow Creek, who  were present, were not going to  do much voting. One Arrow-  Creek resident, who had paid his  taxes -������* to Erickson school for  twenty yesrs, and his 1930 taxes  paid, did not have his name on  that list.������  In   his letter   last   week  Fair  P]ay is asking for a statement   in  Place your order  now  and be  ready for  Old  Man  Winter.  B  m  ���������  ���������  m  H.  3.  O(_?!"���������ELfik. I ss  Sole agent for GALT COAL,.  El"  COuxi���������CtlOii WltiH   t-__6  I__���������et-_flgo      if  this does not seem to be enough  from Arrow Creek I will be  pleased to go into more detaid on  the whole situation.  ARROW CREEK PARENT.  October Public  School Report  216 Pupils are Enrolled���������Divis-  ju vision ������>���������aai s xioiirnes, teacnef.  Number attending, 32.  Average attendance, 30.93.  P_oficien<"y. Grade ia���������Russell Bic-  cuxn, Frank Rota, Arthur Pendry. Grade  lb���������Elmer Pagens, Leona Lovestrom.  Margaret Timmons.  Perfect attendance���������Earl Beninger,  Allan Comfort, Bertha Gardiner, Louise  Hare, Ethel Hendren, Luella Hintz,  Willie Hurrack, Fred Hurrack, Leona  Lovestrom, Victor MacKay, Rosie  Mo.abito, Teddy Olivier, Elmer Pagens,  Anna Peltzer, Victor Peitzer, Feora  Rota, Robert Strong, Katheryne  Tisi_mc.r_B_ Margaret TImmons3 Lewis  Truscott, Dale Walkey.  IN MEMORIAL  iUil  4 Enrollment is Heaviest-  Division 5 Has Highest Average Daily Attendance.  -  everyone there must agree that  he did himself, and party proud.  He claimed to be responsible for  having Arrow Creek included in  the Erickson school district. His  reason for doing this was, so he  said, '"Erickson needed the  assistance."  To my mind, he should not  have told that, especially when  he was fighting a one mill on the  dollar raise on taxes,   this   slight  RUDD���������In loving memory of our dear  -wife- and mother, Mrs JL B. Rudd,  ���������who diad November 14, 1930.  "In her grave sh   is softly sleepiuf.  Where the flowers gently wave,  Ip the one we love so dearly,  In her lone and silent grave.  Some uay we hope to meet her.  Some day���������we know not when,  To clasp.her hand in a better land,..  Never to part wg&ih."  Inserted by her husband and daughter,  Mrs. Dalbom. =  -^   ���������*-   m.: m.   ._.   ���������_��������� .__���������__. _____ ______.._���������. __   m. _'^,_ ._.___. .__.___,___.. __ ___,.__.-���������_-��������� ^,,-fi - m.   _- ___-__���������--__.-__..__���������.__._ _________  _  mw  ties Tires  with  o  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMIER    <%    MA2CWELL  SERVBCE ON ANYTHSPIG OPERATED BY GASOLINE  'frt'yt' rrt'ttt'y'T'T'f'T'i-'TT'r-^-T-T-T-T.'  l       . __ ���������yyyyyy^y^'i i^i ��������� y i ijl  4  I  4  4  '4  4  4  4  m  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  ���������>  I  4  I  ���������4  ���������  4  _  OUR K.B.9. BROADCAST  ��������� _fth������US_tt_4_k__B_I^Sk-������_d_  * ^1k������iflL_kiW___Ul_____J_____k4_A__k^__te_W������k^M  __h4_-_fe__l  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  CRESTON  MOTORS  Now carrying for your  inspection the New and  Improved  Marconi  __H__________P ___tf_____   J_fU___ HI  ___N____  fSEMSL mA*\mma*m\ m %J*7  Full Stock of Radio and  Car A ccessories.  Get your car tuned up for  easy winter starting.  Greston Motors  Canyon St. at Barton Ave  ***& "myaPyg^^awtyam+tiyaa^^  DIVISION 1���������E. Marriott, Principal.  Number attending, 34.  Average attendance, 31.16.  Proficiency: Grade 8���������Yvonne LaBelle,  Marcella Prentice, Phyllis MacDonald.  Grade 7���������Theo Tompkins, Douglas Alderson. Irv ng Ferguson. j  Perfect attendance���������Douglas Alderspn,  R. Avery, B. Bourdon, Arthur Dodd,  George Dodd, J. Donaldson, Ruth H are,  Margaret Henderson, Stuart Hilton,  Rachel Morrow, Lloyd McLaren, Hughena McCreath, R. Nastasi, M. Torchia,  S. Torchia' R. Willis. M. Prentice.  Division 2���������Miss Meldrum, teacher.  Nu   ber attending, 38.  Average attendance, 36 8.  Proficiency:   Grade 7���������Freda Middle-  ton,  Clarence Embree.   Grade 6���������Lor  raine Olivier, Iona Hills, Billy Weir.  Perfect Attendance���������David Armitage,  Francis Bourdon, Edward Brady, Irene  Brady. Billy Craig, Gladys Davie,  Clarence Embree. James Fidel ph3 Iona  Hills, Kenneth Keirn, Billy Kernaghan,  Charlie Klingensmith, Wilfred LaBelle,  Helen McCreath, Gordon Martin,  Freda Middleton, Frank Morth, Sam  Nastasi, Norman Nickel, Lorraine  Olivier, Beryl Palmer, CJara Paulson,  Norman Phillips, Leona Schmidt, Billy  Weir, Campbell York.  Division 3���������Miss Wade, tewcher.  Number attending, 35.  Average attendance, 33.75.  Proficiency:    Grade fia���������-Egon  Stanley Hendren, Ruby Palmer;  Bb���������Billy    McFarland,    Lottie  Vernon Donaldson.  Perfect attendance���������-Maggta  James Bourdon, Lorna Donaldson,  Vernon Donaldson, Elsa Foorator,  Charlie French, Marguerite Grant,  Stanley Hendren, Doris HcndjB, IDciith  Johnston, Lotte Klein, Wtllto KrygBV-eld,  Tom Lewis, Evelyn Naataoi, Irwin  Nickel, Ruby Palmar, Georgina Pitutaon,  Eva Phillipfi, Irene Pridham, Mary  Ross, Ariel Schade, Clayton J_ln_lalr_  Bill Vlgno, Etlrm Walltoy, Mary Walaon.  Dlvlaton 4���������MIbo Learmonth, teacher.  Number attending, 40.  Average attendance, 37,02.  Proficiency!  Grade 4-~-CoHi.no Don-  of   seven   of  Old shacks are going at bargain  prices at Rossland. The council  has   just  disposed  tHem for $5.  Tire C.P.R. will operate seven  small tie mills in the Canal Flats  area this year. Each will employ  about 20 men.  Silverton is so old fashioned  that progressive whist is the  favorite card game at afternoon  social functions.  The   Bulman    dehyefrator   at  Vernon has put up a greater  quantity of tomato juice this year  than-ever before.  Grand Forks will spend $7000  on unemployment relief this  winter.   Halt of  it   will   be   on  street improvem-nts.  Kaslo is hopeful that one man  will be all that will be required to  operate the new power plant giving a 24-hour service.  At Bonners Ferry the Pea  Growers Association, will ask   the  implement firms, not to press for  payment on implements purchased in 1931.  Holm,  Grade  Klein,  Brady,  ���������'b'lii- A  ICowr local wtaria&sr  i  Branch. Managers command the knowledge a_Kl  experience of the whole  Bank, and every local  Manager ������������ devoted to  furthering the interests  of the community in  which he resides.  The Bank "will give yon  painstaking and depends  able service. A0I  IMPERIAL BANK OF GUI  | Capital and __m������uv������ $.������,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH       .    ,      J. S. W. OLOWKB, Manttgor  i   _.rannl_i.H afc NolHon. Invernu.ro, Cranbrook and Pernio  ASS B^WJi GuaraTninicd  Work ready when  promised*  Charaes reasonable.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  jfflfiS JjBtJK/ S^fM^mm^mmmm BrnfM ^mSmm^ BJBIS  jflBHa   ^^ mMmmmwkmm   LmW fiB'fl^J^������w9 j_-_T____l _t___I^T mW __l _���������_���������  Show mid   JHfarnemm   Repairing  Your Pocket  mmmm  used as a bank has many disadvantages*  Money carried in it; in easy to  spend on trifles or may be lost  or stolen*  Weekly deposits in. our Savings Banli  will accumulate rapidly.  Small or lame accoiuuj. arc welcoauv  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Fold Up $20,000*000.  Xtcncive Fund $20,000,000  Cr������_BtOB������ Branch - H. J. Forbcn, MnnaB**"  ���������MMrin ggjT^raswi|  THE   CBESTON  REVIEW  ���������Ay^piS"  a  IiVmnaeiiiif*  ������_������___.  CUAU  Greston Athletic Glulb ^Reorganized tpr Seasbn^Will Have  Park Pavilion Three Nights  Bach l#eek Rental Free. V  There was a representative turnout" of  those interested in indoor sports on  Tuesday evening for the meeting called  to reorganize Greston Athletic Associ-  --.Sion. The retiring president, W. J.  Truscott, occupied the chair, and in the  absence of the secretary the minutes  were taken by Miss Irene __&Ee__e.  G-. H. Kelly and W. J. Truscott, "who  had waited on the council asking for the  freje use of the Park pavilion reported on  their visit and there was a letter from  the council conceding the club free use of  the building three nights a week. The  secretary will write the council thanking  them for their timely consideration, and  Mr. Kelly and Miss LaBelle were named  a committee to wait on the electric light  company in regard to light rates.  Last year's officers were re-elected as  follows: President, W, J Truscott;  sscr^tary-trssisurer, _������_T_5s va... Ferguson;  executive, Miss M. Crawford, S. A.  Speers, A. L. Palmer.  Committees were struck to look after  the work of the several groups. They  are: Senior Girls���������Misses Nora Payne  and Irene LaBelle. Intermediate Girls  ,��������� Misses Gwen. Webster Jean Henderson. Kate Fayne. Senior Boys���������Geo.  H. Kelly, H Gohbett. OT. J. Truscott,  Intermediate Boys���������Frank Crawford,  D. MacDonald, E. Christie. The  junior girls and the junior boys will be  taken care of by the executive.  CHRIST CHURCH  CRESTON  The members of these committees are  asked to meet on Monday night at  Trinity Church hall at 8 o'clock to report on developments and at which  meeting the fees and schedule of  activities for the season will be  considered.  W**s������e*e������������������  E. Davis ml Trail spent a few days here  last week on a visit with his parents.  Birth���������At Vancouver, November 5th,  to Mr. and Mrs. F. Menhinick, a  daughter. '" -  Mrs. P. Andestad and daughter,  Herbord, are Nelson visitors this week.  A. E. Towson and E Hulme * were  auto visitors to Gray C-ieek on   Sunday.  Misses E. Towson and B. Hulme returned from Willow Point on Sunday.  The first snow of the season fell on  Sunday, with   a   snow  shower   also on  Monday.  Rev. T. Scott will be here for  Anglican Church service on Sunday  afternoon, November 15th, at 3 p.m.  Remember W.A. sale of work November 18th. Work stall, home cooking  and candy, bran tub and teas.  Despite the nasty weather there was  quite a good turnout on Saturday at the  Christmas treat bridge ana whist drive  Winners at whist were Whitfield Abbott  and F. Wilson, with consolation prizes  going to Andy Hagen and Oswald  Payette. The bridge prizes were won  byD. Butterfield and A. Hagen, with  consolation honors to Mrs. Greig, jr.,  ahd Clarence Wilson. The drawing for  the rug took place and it was won by  A. Benedetti.  !___*. ^1  Km7*J-n* A. Ell  Fair Directors  1931 Exhibition Shows Tidy  Surplus���������Had 86 Exnibitors  and $16 Entries���������Disbursed  $311.00 in Cash Prizes.  JUST ARRIVED ! K  SUNDAY. NOV. ?& J  CRESj.CN���������7.30 p.m., Evensong.  WYNNDEL���������3.00 p.m., Evensong.  Lutheran Church  REV. C. BAASE, Pastor.  7.30 p.m.���������Evening Service *  10.00 a.m..���������Sunday School���������=,-������.--  11.00 a.m.���������Service in German.  Everybody welcome.   Unchurched  specially invited.  BOAR FOR SERV!C������  REGISTERED YORKSHIRE BOAR  .*���������__..   _,_.._,.*___-    *���������   ������*>       r������  A. %>A a*������2a\   V 1VC) JL _.C  Siding) Creston  oca  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Purchase Land.  In Nelson Land Recording District of  West Kootenay and situate north of  International Boundary and West of  Lot 774.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Geo. Hus-  Hus roft and Jap. MacDonald of Creston,  B.C.; occupation, forest rangers; intend  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands: Commencing  at a post planted at the Northeast corner  of Lot 1004, thence west ten chains,  thence south ten chains, thence west ten  chains, thence south 130 chain., thence  east twenty chains, thence north 140  chains, and containing 270 acres mo e or  less.  GEO. ftUSCROFT.  JAS. MacDONALD.  Da^ed November 2nd, 1931.  i a ������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������_���������-----'������������������ ���������_!--��������� __������_���������_���������_'__���������*  iPHlLCOj  ��������� 5-Tubed toned Radio Fre- S  S quency, Brand New ���������  ��������� Amazing Value S  | BABY GRAND, $58.50 |  ������ ���������  ������ In  spite  of its amazingly  low *  ��������� price���������tho lowest in radkrhlstory ���������  ��������� for a five tube set���������tho perform- *  ������ since of this new Piwlco sot wilE *  5 nmazo you    It  is  equal   to  the ;  ��������� performance of last year's 7 tube ���������  ������ Bnby Grand,  which  in   a  short ���������  ��������� time became the largest selling ���������  ������ model    In   tho   world.   Genuine ���������  - Mahogany  cabinet  of  attractive ���������  ��������� dosigno; three tuning condensers; ;  ��������� Screen Grid and   Pentode  Powor ���������  - Tubes; Genuine Eloctro-Dynamie *  ������ k>pC'uti^_', ������  S YOU ARE INVITED TO HEAR S  : THIS MACHINE. :  m  VICTORIA, B.C., Nov. 6���������Application for irrigation loan in the Wynndel  area of the West Kootenay has been  made to the provincial water board and  will be passed on shortly, it was learned  today at the legislative building. Intensive soil survey of 600 acres of strawberry growing lands jn the area was  recently completed by the department of  agriculture, in conjunction with  Dominion and university officials, it was  stated by J. B.rMunro, deputy minister.  ���������Nelson News.  Mrs. McGregor, who is in charge of  Division 2 of Wynndel school, has  issued the October report, with names in  order of merit, as follows: Grade 4���������  JLohn^Marldn* Sydney Davidge, Billy  Husband, -Syd Wigen, Gustav Steiner.  Grade 3a���������Denis.. Huseroft, Rolf  Hindley, Fred Robinson, Isabel Hagen,  Frank Hagen, Jessica Husband, Thelma  Johnson.  Grade 3b���������Ronald Wood, Alice  Glasier, Allen Davis, Eileen Dalbom.  Grade 2���������Louise Butterfield, Ray  Davis, Hans Steiner, Donald Uri, Bud  Ogilvie.  Grade la���������Shirley Robinson, Ruth  Glasier. -    .  Grade lb���������Fritz Hess, Peter Piotnic-  koff, Buster Husband. *  Grade 1c���������Tommy Butterfield, _"_5ck  Markin,. Betty Husband, Florence  Wittman.  Creston Valley Agricultural Association  met in annual* _essi on Wednesday evening witn a representative turnout ,pf  members, and the gathering presided  over by the retiring president, F. Putnam. As the books were still in the  hands of the auditor the financial statement submitted was a summary of the  activities in connection with the 1931  exhibition, which was shown to be a  money maker to the extent of about  $95.     ; _..-..  A i-c. _ai Oi .*o_i    jj_   tasu.    its    wt-n    ������u>  severaal merchandise prizes were distributed to exhibitors, who numbered 86, of  which about two dozen were children,  and the amount paid in entry, fees on.  616 entries totalled $85. The treasurer  reported that $228 had been contributed*  in cash by local friends of the fair.  . The new board of directors elected is:  Mrs M. Young, Mrs. Best, Mrs. G.  Cartwright, Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs: McLaren and Mrs. Payne, and Messrs. F.  Putnam. Percy Boffey, E. M. Craigie,  H. W. MeLaren, D. Bradley, F. H.  Jackson, C Sutcliffe, and Chas. MuTrell.  There was' some discussion as to how  to improve next year's fair, but action  was taken ou but one of these, in which  ;.. . ____?_____   _. *_-__���������-._  .._.    .....     _. -.  it was, u<-uiu.������.u iiioii j������������> _nu8- mb snowxi  in regular jelly bottles, and a supply of  these" will be procured by the secretary  ahd sol at cost to those requiring them  for exhibition purposes.   ���������  As sQon^H.s the suditor has completed  his work another meeting will be called  to elect a president, vice-president and  secretary-treasurer, and: to complete the  unfinished business of the initial  meeting.  North, Mrs. Dibben, and Miss Rose  Pascuzzo were at Creston on Saturday,  attending the hospital shower, nd the  contribu ion of canned goods, etc. made  by the Sirdar ladies is very mucn  appreciated by'; the ladies' hospital  committee.  LADIES'PURSES  Latest Colons and Styles.    All real leather.  JC SALE of CHINA, for ONE WEEK  Pf TWENTY CENTS OFF on the I  DOLL COMPETITION  rx_.JL_t-r__._A  _?ri  Starts Nov. 16th.    15 Free Prizes.  Ask for information.  * M  r\  _f_tFh B"iif\'  . ___ i  i_i  bncdiui- n  bjt  ���������-THIS :r:__:__.a.i__:l. store  GEO* H. K_EI_UY  mDUU_d!U!._ $  H.  ������____*  jr.  j_.A.__.-_.__.__.  --���������������   p---m..m..m.-*..m.-  ^*4bh____s________9__  -������T|-^-|*_^___.  -__..A .__.-__, .__._> .__.  ';;^^:/^.l-ir_LT.Ral16Her  If you intend building: new buildings or repairing old ones now is the time to do so.  / have reduced the Price on all N&. 2 Dimensions, Boards and  Shiplkp $3.09 per thousand.  I sell No. IXXX Shingles in Five Thousand lots  _._ e_������ en a-���������  _i   wvusuntm.  I also have a good supply of CEMENT* BRICK and  GYPROC on hand-  CHAS.G. RODGERS  y.rV.V.V.V,rt,yi?.rf.y.rv,V,rV.rV.yirVlf,rrry.?^.y.V.y.y.y.t  *-^    A    ***..������%.. ____.. __h. _ __k .Afc-.A .-_-k-__fc._-_*     ___L_._A___Ht_.__k _____.-___L_.___k-___k_.A._-______.___t.-J___:_fc    ______ A _ _fc _ a _.____. r ^ _ J_fl *}���������& -  Lister School,Mifpori  Sirdar*  V. MAWSON  CHE8TON  Jock McDiarmid has returned to  Nelson after a two weeks' visit with Mr.  and Mrs. Jas. Wilson.  Mike Talerico is on a visit with friends  at Windermere.  Mrs. J. Harlow and baby daughter,  Alice May, of Nelsoni were visitors with  Mrs. Harlow's parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Jas. Wilson, last week.  Mr. and Mrs. Schultz of Spokane, and  Mrs. Longworth of Lewiston, Idaho,  were visitors with Mr and Mrs. Heap,  re urning home on Thursday.  Jas. Wilson is a  business  visitors   at  Kimberley and Cranbrook this week.  Mrs. B. F. Whiteside of Nelson wits a  visitor with Sirdar friends Thursday and  Friday.  Mr. Priest, CP.R. auditor, was here  on an official visit Friday.  Mrs. E. Martin was a weekend visitor  at Creston.  Mies Eileen Heap of Spokane was a  wisitor nt here homo hero last week.  Gus. Cory, who is now making his  ho:t.o In Vancouver, was a business  vlBltor here on Tuesday and Wednesday.  During his stay he sold his five acres  of land at Sirdar to Carl LavazelH, w. o  Eg going t& plant 2t; to cltcrxica dand  Btrawberrles.  ' Mr. and Mrs. Nolly, who wero  married at Fort Steele on Hallowe'en,  wore vbitlng with Mr. and Mrs.  Bleumenauer on Friday, r������tumin������ from  tholr honoymbon. Thoy nro to reside at  Bull Klvor,  Mrs. Roger.., Mrs. B.eumoi.nuer, Mra.  _____L__hM_4^  The feature to school attendance at  Camp; Lister for October, is the fine  attendance recor-di Division 2 having a  p6r cent, attendance of - 98.5. while in  Division 1 . the. figures are 96. For  Division 1 the principal, Miss Curtis, reports highest standings as follows:  Grade 8���������Celina Langlois, Douglas McKee. Grade 7���������Clara Domke, David  Gustafson. Grade 6���������Douglas Sinclair,  Kirk Beard. Gfrade 5���������Cyril Bird,  Raymond McKee. Perfect attendance-  Kirk Beard, Kitty Beard. Cyril Bird,  Clara Meyer, Erika Meyer, Raymond  McKee, Douglas Sinclair.  For Division 2 Miss WeBster, who,  took charge of the new room at the first  of the'month, reports the following grade  standings: Grade 4��������� Alice Wellspring,  Margaret Dent. Grade 3���������Johanna  Daus, Margaret Sinclair. Grade 2���������  Elsie Ramm, Rosemary Wolfrum.  Grade la���������Doris, stieb. Grade lb-  Mary Millner, Stella Beard. Perfect  attendance���������Milly Beard, Stella Beard,  Johanna Daus, Mary Daus, Margaret  Dent, Daniel Domke, Mary Domke,  Eric Jacks, Mary Millner, Elsie Ramm,  Margaret Sinclair, Alice Wellspring,  Irene Yerbury.. ,. ;  APPLE DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN  We are equipped for and SPECIALIZE in  APPLE HAULING  Will/gladly quote prices on haulrag-your fruit  to your local dealer.  WE SOLICITS TRIAL. >  B..m B H H^^  B..       B    !������__���������_ ______  __ '__ __F_T WF"' ^i_ H   ff B __^B  w_ri_i������fei i un  rniii -f*r_rgi  P.O. BOX 79  ALBERT DAVIES  PHONE 13  ^i-v.iJ.v.v.v.v.v.Wi.v.v.Ntl.v.v.  ' v* vif" v* if * v * war *<. * v *yf"if ^   .  ���������'<K"V"V*W  ���������wm*  ,m,m,mmm,mm"mw,m,m'm''wmm'<$>'mmmmm,mm,m,mm'm,m'mmm,mmmi,mt  Now is the  ���������mmwm"m,m"^t'  ���������wwrnpai  GRAND THEATRE  13-14  LOOK OUT I    The Arch  *      Criminal is Here !  Joseph M. Schenck presents  Roland West's  "The Bat  Whispers  99  with CHESTER MORRIS  Spine-tingling 'adventures in a  house of terror. Fliantoma,  weird noises am^ strange Iris-  appearances attend the daring  exploits of this arch criminailj  But was he a match for love?  An amazing rapid flre entertainment that wiU make you  Itntigh, shriek and throbt  Time  r  In the coming 3ix months your house will be  your warmest friend.  Is your Furnace in proper  %j4\s\jgKtrf&3m.     "atSt^.a  If not, let us make it sr for you before cold weather sets In. PERHAPS  NEW GRATES or other parts needed. We know where to get  them for you quickly. As for the Plumbing problem, it is ca_lly  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  yuu, ihut we seH cheaper than any mail order house, and that the  quality Is better.   Call now.  4  ;-^_     4  "*" 4  4  '4  4  O x J_-__/J___/jL ^10 JL Xv\_J Jr      v^Jjr   J__^J_Z_/C/_L^  A i ifr i in _ffi i __U ii A ���������! ill a A ��������� mh\ ii Ai ii _it_ i Aw _ft iidka Jfii-idlli mWimdlkm tmm ��������� A >__-���������-___ -A-.A mAwiJfcuirfita A������_dl__. 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B.   &  *~ ' __S_        _3___       _________  ^^������ff1������ S���������B?l���������EISISirt.'3TMUP-  Russia  and  Germany  'W&m&  a ������������a^���������55:2BSJr  Tne Hudson Bay Route  Soviets Have Good Reason For Not  Stirring Up I_cvo3ut!on  For once the Soviet Government  of Russia has been reluctant to play  with fire in a powder house. On  every earlier occasion when Russia's  neighbor, Germany, passed through  a. difficult financia. situation, Russian  agerfts were busy in Hamburg, Dres-  d^E, Berlin, and other cities, attempting to stir up revolution. In the pres-  British   Postal   Notes  '   ���������..     ���������"���������    :���������':������������������- .-'--���������������������������-.-   ;-..--.���������     -...���������������������������'    ���������   ;   ���������-���������'-������������������   ���������'���������.:<>���������������������������       y  '>���������'������������������: '"'".''���������'[      "'   -       ���������>       '*   "������������������������������������'"'-'   ������������������"���������-'���������. T *'-._';. ' !   '���������:'  Post Office -Department Says British  and Irish Free State Postal Orders  No Lrohger To Be Cashed   ;  Due to the depreciated British  pound, orders have been issued by the  post office department that British  and Irish; Free State poatal notes are  no longer to be cashed. The brder does  not apply to post office money orders.  The explanation given at Ottawa is  that postal notes    are    settled    with  The recent successful voyage of the steamer "Farnworth" from  Churchill to London, England,loaded/with.the first;'"cargo of wheat from  Western Canada's own seaport, and which voyage, was made in the short  space of sixteen days, marks an epoch in-Canada's maritime history.  It Is true that vessels liave passed in and out of Hudson Bay every year  for more than a century; it is even true that two rival navies entered the  Bay, fought a battle there, and sailed out again. It is also true that the  success attending the voyage of the "Farnworth," and its sister ship, the  "Warkworth," was an outcome fully expected by Western people. The  importance of this venture lies in the fact that it provided the final  demonstration to Eastern Canada and the world that the West's belief in  the feasibility of the Bay route, and its demands, extending for fifty years  back, for the construction of the railway to the Bay were fully justified.  It has "been proven that the Bay route can foe made a commercial  success; that the 1,000 mile shorter route from the heart of the grrain  growing prairies to the centre of the Empire is a practical route. But  the fast, safe trips of the "Farnworth" and "Warkworth," through what  had for years been, regarded as the "frozen North," are not in themselves  sufficient guarantee that the new route will'become the important factor it  should tee in the economic hi story of Western Canada-.'  The Hudson Bay route is 1,000 miles shorter than any other route; it is  feasible; it is practical; it can be made a success. But,���������in -order to be a  complete success and to provide an adequate return to the people of Canada  for the $50,000,000, more or less, expended on the railway, the port terminals,  ������L_i\_.    ._������>-      _ TH������������ *g<������lavJJU.    <S_.l_������.      Lixz. t-'Lftgaa      ii-.*.     ouajbd,     vuict      n**a_������^_-     ������t_x_     *^k>������7\-.__(-.������*__  Unfortunately, some of these matters are tangled up in the controversies  of rival policies of political parties. With these rivalries this column has no  concern, but, speaking-"for the West, it must be said without any qualification  that they cannot, must not be allowed to hamper the success of the Bay  route.  Among the things now essential to the success of that route are:  (1) The lowest possible rates of freight on both outgoing and incoming  shipments over the Hudson Bay railway, and this means the application in  all its detail of the Crow's Nest Pass schedules to the Hudson Bay railway.  (2) The lowest possible rates of insurance on both vessels and cargoes  utilizing' the Bay- route, and, in this connection, absorption by the Federal  Government, of any excess in such rates charged over and above those  obtaining on other routes until experience demonstrates what the proper  rates should be. * ..  (3) The removal of any existing obstacles to the freest possible passage  a__.d entry of merchandise and products of all kinds from the more easterly  sections of Canada and the markets of Europe into Western Canada by  moftns cf the Bay route and the port -of Churchill, such removal of existing"  obstacles to be accompanied by every reasonable encouragement of such  traffic. This is essential because no railway and no ocean-going vessel can  quote low rates if it can depend on only a one-way traffic.  (4) -Finally, it is importatit that certain branch lines of railway be  built in the West which will have the effect of connecting up existing lines  in the shortest and most direct way possible with the Hudson Bay railway.  This can be done in the majority of cases with comparatively short cut-offs.  Some people advocate making Churchill not only a national port, but a  free port. That may or may not be feasible. Such a decision would have,  an effect on the whole fiscal and economic systems of the Dominion, although  unquestionably it would give a great boost to the Bay route and make its  success assured. -  The point of this article, however, is just this: The Hudson Bay route  can, we believe, be made to realize the dreams of western people; it can be  made a financial success as welll as a great economic and commercial  enterprise. The opportunity and the responsibility now rests with the people  of the West, irrespective of class or party, to work together in unison to  achieve that result. Freight rates must be the lowest possible; insurance  rates likewise; necessary railway branch cut-offs must be built; obstacles,  if any, to movement of traffic removed; full encouragement for use of the  route provided. All political parties have had a hand in the building of the  railway and the opening of the route; all have a common interest in its  success. So, regardless of party, all Westerners should \vork together to  make that success an assured fact.  f-nt case Russia has apparently kept j London on a different basis to  hands off, and one of the dispatches j money orders, and involve the risk  from Moscow suggests the reason. | of exchange fluctuations, In any  Russia's chief interest today is the; circumstances, the '*. Canadian .post  five-year plan. If this plan *s to sue-] office authorities, have been Inclining'j  cce������\ Russia must build up an export j to the view that circulation of British1  trade. One of the best markets for land Irish Free State postal notes  Russian exports is Germany. Revolu-j should cease in Canada and the pres-  tion in Germany might endanger the, ont chaotic    exchange ,situation , ap-  sMlfec^  i ^? -?: BeitMifW-M  '_   :.���������-':'������������������:..- .:::y .������������������' - ���������;������������������ >:-���������  - . ������������������ ������������������ -���������. -,���������_' "'���������>j-",<!.  :'��������� of Norwegian;;,  '-'������������������}% ���������. v^Krchpin^'TYY^lY  five-year plan by depriving Russia of  _������__ _j ��������� ....       .-.*.������_*     ^.._*     ax.������     ������.**������.-.  t_'.ii _ssv:iatJt--_aBs.oie uuue. _.v_& wc *������.������.  r__atcrials which sho must sell abroad,  in ordor to build up credit with which  to purchase machinery and tools.  II the Soviet's policy toward Germany is any guide, the world has less  to tear from Russia, seeking prosperous markets for her wares, than from  Russia, starving and empty handed.  MnnunriDP  TALK  pears to provide a suitable occasion  iGr br3_l-Ti_i_r the ch.an_re cat ������inii<;v infri  effect.  These  governments,   however,   on  Big Blueberry Crop  This Year Totalled 255,000  Founds "  One Kenora industry showed a re-  4T am employed in a theatre and it  is a problem to make ends meet, as  I help support my mother and  sisters. I like to dress well but haven't  very much to spend on clothes.    To  giv _  ilit.  ajjpeatojiCc of "VSTisty to .SS.y  slender wardrobe I change tho colour  of a dress or stockings as soon as the  things become faded. I always use  Diamond Dyes for the work ��������� using  them as dyes for dresses and as tints  for stockings. I have always gotten  such perfect results tha^ our neighbors talk about the great number of  new things I have.  "I learned about Diamond Dyes  from our wardrobe mistress. She  says she has tried all the dyes on  the market but none do such splendid  work and are so easy to use as Diamond Dyes. I understand they are  the world's most popular dyes ��������� and  they deserve to be."  L.P., Montreal.  advice from Ottawa, have how ceased Shipment Of Blueberries ^"pip Kenora  to issue postal notes for Canada, and  will issue only money; orders hereafter. The money order, it is stated  here, does not involve any exchange' markable increase" this year, as corn-  risk. : ._ j pared w*th 19S0. Blueberries shipped  The British exchange situation also1 from Kenora this year showed, aa  has had repercussion on" the circula- approximate increase of eighty per  tion in Canada of British bank notes., cent, over last year's shipments.  The pound and ten shilling- noteSj it! "The 1930 blueberry crop was 145,-  is uearned, are no longer being, ac--'000 pounds, or some 8,700 baskets,  cepted by many, of the Canadian while this year the shipments totalled 255,000 pounds, or some 15,300  baskets. While the prices this year  were lower than last year, yet the  sjijjj esse v/������s even more marked sn  the fact that there was always a  ; market this season for the berries, a  banks.  Upset T������__egTaph Service  East African Natives Used!' Wires For  Personal Adornment  I  Aulitorium   For   Winnipeg  In  Federal   Government   Will   Share  Cost- Of Construction  Approval by the special. sub-committee of cabinet on unemployment  relief of $1,250,000 additional expenditure for the Province of Manitoba, including the Federal Government's  share in the cost of construction of a  large auditorium In the City of Winnipeg, was announced by Hon. G. D.  Robertson, Minister of -Labor, and.  chairman of the sub-committee.  Federal Government commitments  for the Province.of Manitoba are now  upward of $2,250,000, as compared  with $900,000, which was the Feder?  al allotment for Manitoba' last year  in addition to the necessary direct  relief on an 'equal three-way basis  between the cities, province and Dominion.  Telegraph wire, in varying lengths,' other years  attached here and there to otherwise] ___,  scanty clothing, means chic to the natives of Tanganyika and Kenya, South  Africa, and as a result the capital  was without wire service to the coast  for more than J24 hours.  The demand for wire for sartorial  purposes exceeded the available noncommercial supply, so the natives cut!  telegraph lines about 24 miles from  | Mombasa and took what they wanted, j  Cable messages had to be sent to  Mombasa, and thence by train, until  the damage was repaired. The delay  was 16 hours.  act that is not always experienced in  r.o. JLronger  Bilious���������Thanks  Vegetable Pills  "I suffered with Biliousness for days at  a time. Every medicine I tried failed  to bring i .lief . .._. the first dose of your  wonderful Carter's Little Liver Pills  gave me great relief.9"���������Mrs.C, Leigh.  Dr. Carter's Little Liver Pills are no  ordinary Laxative. They are ALL  VEGETABLE, and have a very definite, valuable tonic action upon the  liver. They end Constipation, Indigestion , Acidity, Headaches, Poor Complexion. All druggists. 25c & 75c red pkgs.  Persian Balm is a sheer delight to  use. Cools and relieves irritations  caused by weather conditions. Imparts a rare charm and beauty to the  complexion. Fragrant and velvety  smooth. Never leaves ' a vestige of  stickiness. Swiftly. absorbed by the  tissues and stimulates the skin. Persian Balm is the peerless, toilet , requisite. Jtuvery woman will appreciate  the subtly distinctive charm achieved  by the use of this magical lotion.  Mecca For Golfers |    Ty safeguard thc child from damage  Winter sports on Vancouver Island jSnt ^orma cause, uae Miller's Worm  ������ymwi f*    .T,,       ,       .    ��������� . . . Powciers, the mad Cue par excellence  include golf, riding, tennis, fishing and Jor cn������iaren. These powders will  yachting. Golf has been played on' clear the system entirely of worms,  Victoria courses every day in the!and will encourage healthful opera-  year, a test that is possibly unique ticm of.J*0 digestive processes. As  .;,._,__..   . __._��������� ,__ .. a vermifuge it can be relied on for its  on the North American continent.  Worms feed upon the vitality of  children and endanger their lives. A  simple ancl effective remedy is Mother  Graves* Worm Exterminator.  Mistress��������� "I don't understand why  the Smiths don't come to dinner."  ifugc  ofiectiveness.  An air-cooled, dustloas and virtually noiseless sleeping car has been dc-  B.gned for tourists travelling on railways.  The first poet to assume the title  of poet laureate of England was Gcof-  The, Maid���������"Oh, I had a toothache , froy Chaucer who, in 1830 got a royal  nnd called them up asking if they'd grant of a. yoarly anowanco of w'lno  just itH Hoon come .watt week." !ati ouu -,ur u.w iJUi,lUiaiUs 0f the offlcc.  MilliWIIMMM^  ' '������������*'������������������������������������������' ni-__.__i___.iiii w���������     mm ������������������ nniiiin ���������   ���������  ii       ��������� i   ii i j  H������r Heart Was So Bad  Wouldn't Bo Housework  Asthma Victims. The man or woman subject to asthma is indeed a  victim. What can be more terrifying  than to suddenly be seized .with  paroxysms of choking which seem to  fairly threaten the existence of life itself. From such a condition Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has  brought many to completely restored  health and happiness. It is known and  prized in every section of this broad  land.  A bird of paradise ornaments -the  new special stamps issued by New  Guinea to commemorate 10 years of  British occupation.    . v  /K1I   ____.-.-nJ   T7_  _r_L___   __._W-S������c.wu    a^u  Mahatma Gandhi and other dele-  srates tc the * second round���������table con**  ference were invited by the Lord  Chamberlain to attend a party at  Buckingham Palace. Commenting on  his mode of dress. Gandhi said,: "I will  wear my habitual dress of loin-cloth,  shawl and sandals."-  The sun is estimated to have 50,-  000,000 tons of platinum in the form  of a gas heated to    11,000    degrees  Fahrenheit.      -'        '  Life Insurance  In  Canada  ���������-n-,k"AR'T*.������*"������  Mrs. S. DraKomnn, B.Jt. 2, Midland, Ont.,  writes:���������"1 luul boon troubled with heart, trouble  for many yrarn.  My henrb would bout ho Fn'st I could hardly  breathe, and T had hondachos, ancl dizzy and  fainting flpeUfi,  I couldn't ffflb my lioiiBoworlc done I waa so weak,  I took throe Uoxoh of MIlbum'H Heart, and Nerve  P-Hb and folt rnuoh bottur, and now I would nob too  without tnoin in tho ho������������o."  *S?Ut " Toronto1 Oiit-a**n"rftl *ifitm' ar '"Rllstl <llr������'ofc ������n ������������'������o*lpt of |>rl*i* by Th������ T. Mllhilrn  Price 50c a box  Per Cap Mm. 1?.oenr*f>'gurpn.f_w'i<l Only By-  United States  A statement issued by the Life Insurance Sales Research Bureau shows  that in tho first nine months of tho  present year a total of $367,223,000 of  new paid-1'or ordinary life insurance  waa sold in Canada and Newfoundland.  This hardly Indicates that Canada  is. broke.  What i. does indicate Is that If Mr.  tlonnott should to������ required to float  an intornal l_an ho ought to havo no  difficulty in rait-Jng' aw amount up to  $200,000,000.  Incidentally, speaking of life insurance, tho total i>������ insurance in force ln  Canada at tho p. oaent timo is $0,500,-  000,000, or $650 for every man, woman and child ln tho Dominion. It is  u por capita record surpassed by only  one country in C__p world, the United  Sti-i Lew.���������Ottawa Journal.  Douglas." Ii]j?yptlnn Liniment hIiouIc!  bo in ovary household. Stops bleeding  nt onco, cantoris-OR woundh and prevents blood poloonlng. JCoops away inflammation and proud flesh.  Ww_iwi_������Mhi_lii>ii^iwb<<i__i_i__w������___>r-rmtrriimn_iir��������� .ir11juujimf- ���������^���������^-^-^-^-^-^ ���������. T���������-���������|_.._.._rm-... ^^  W.    N,   Va,  1015  HEADACHE  A luird day nt tho office, nnd a hend-  aclic homeward bound. All for the  want or two littlo tablets of Aspirin!  Don't bo helpless when you Buddonly  got a henducho; carry Amp!., in with  you, Tho pockob tin doesn't tako up  any room, but what a comfort whon  it's needed!  Fatigue will frequently fortes on a  headache. It lowers tlio vitality ancl  invito a cold. Tako Anp.rtn nnd  throw it off! Don't wnifc until you are  miserable. Thoro is nothing in Aspirin  to hurt tho heart or upset inn stomach  or harm tlio eystom in any way. Your  doctor will toll you that! But, get  Aspirin���������not a substitute!  Follow tho proven direction.! to Tin  found inside each packaj_o.Thoy cover  colds, Boro throait, headache, toothache nouritis, neuralgia, sciatica,  lumbago or rheumatism, muttcular  paina, and other pains and nchea for  which Ifhorto tafolott. aro a positive  nntidoto. Kiiop your pocket tin filled  from the bottle of 100 tablets, lilvory  drug store has Aspirin in bottles, aa  woll as tho familiar littlo, box.  Aspirin is mado,In Canada.  2jh  <thad*_-manic mm.  Mftdti Jn Canada THE. .,/REVIE^ ������-   ������-  /  /O.  n-  :/��������� ���������'���������  TOT SECRETS  ARE BARED BY  POLICE OFFICER  espouse FrGin Eastern  Canada Is "EemarkaMe1  99  Toronto, .Ont.���������For seven- long  years, a shabbily-clad, stockily-built  German-Canadian acted as secretary  of the Regina,���������*" Sask.,j branch of-the  Communist Party of Canada. -For  those seven years he shared the Innermost secrets of the Vlegal" 9_nd  "illegal'' ��������� branches of the party, sat  at the council 'sfeat, attended ��������� conventions, talked and. corresponded with  the leaders;     H -y*?  But this time, he had changed the  ragged hand-merdowns for the scarlet  and blue of the" "Royai Canadian  Mounted Police. It was the first tinie  in 10 years, his comrades said, that  he had* Worn the proud uniform of  Canada's famous force.  His name was-Sergeant John Leopold, of the Royal Canadian1 Mounted  Police. 'T--v'  jp or seven years _j.e __s.<._ - ueeii. secretary of the "Regina branch of the  Communist Party.  He had won' the post through hard  work.  . '-'"  While a. memoer of the party he  was known, not as Sergeant Leopold,  but as E. W. Esseiwain.L  He had entered the Communist  Party in search of evidence to prove  that it was an- unlawful association,  and that members of the party were  parties to a seditious .conspiracy.  The Communist Party in Canada,  he'testified, was a section of the Communist International since its formation. It had been represented at all  congresses of the international in  Russia. From 1921 to 1924 it was  known as "The Workers." But, he  said, there were ytwo parties. One  was the workers,which was "intended  to be legal. The second was the  "illegal" or underground party.-.���������"��������� The  parties were known? as "A" and "Z"  parties respectively. ~"Z'" was the lat>  ter party which5'"carried On the illegal work of Communist International."   , ���������. ' \Z^'i ������������������^J.^i^^.y:.  But&___'- 1924, the^A'Z'^part^���������_.-���������'J*t_ft_;  direction of the executive;"<.ommittee-  of: the Communist ihtt&thatiohal.tcame  into the.', other,';the. witness' -declared.  Then the workers bscsme known sjs  the Communist Party in- Canada,  E.C.C.I., giving >a&,-.rthe-j reason, that  while the;'"Z" p������axty cpntiiniued the  work undergrounds-Tit would not -niake  that progress among the masses  which was required "for the completion of its program."        --. .  Every member who joined the  P-irty, Iieopdid continued, ; took a  definite pledge to-subordinate himself  People Doing .'Everything Possible For  ������������������ Needy On Prairies,."'' 'T'J  Edmonton, Albefta-^Easterh Canadians are making a response to the  need of straitened areas in the- west  that is "nothing lessithan remarkable  and in every way immensely gratifying,'.' states Rev. Pr. M. H. Wilson,  superintendent'''of '-.^miissibtts.'-'for-the  United Church in northern Alberta,  who has returned from a meeting in  Toronto of the home mission board.  Conditions in southern Saskatchewan, parts of northern: ftfanitobk,  and certain dried-out sections of  southern Alberta have been put before the people Of Ontario in par-  t!ci.la-r- "with the result that, besides  many carloads, of vegetables ahd fruit  for points in Saskatchewan, some 50  tons - of second-hand clothing have  been contributed through United  Church congregations and sent wrest  for distribution in the three prairie  provinces. This work is continuing.  In Alberta practically, all the- student missionary fields are closed for  the winter. By way of meeting the  particular heeds of the coming wihr  ter, two United Church missionaries-  at-large have been sent into northern  Saskatchewan to minister to the large  number of settlersWho have moved  into' that area from the south, and  three men have been similarly assigned to, work among relief camps in  various parts of the country.  .BKITIS-Bi. STATESMAN  Work F������r Traia Crews  National War Memorial  Impressive _V__or_u_nent  9ft Feet  High  To Be Erected At Ottawa  Ottawa,     Ont.���������Canada's    national  war memorial at Ottawa, which will  be one of the most beautiful and im-  Sir John Simon, who was unanimously elected leader of the National-  Liberal group in the House of Commons.' Sir John Simon, a noted jurist,  achieved a new standing in the Liberal Party ;wheh he had a dramatic  breach with Rt. Hon., David Lsoyd  George, free trade Liberal leader.  Statistics Indicate  Present Year Healthy  Cumulative. Heath Rate Both In U.S.  and Canada 9.1  Per 1,000  Enlarged Movement Of Grain Increases Employment On Railways,  Calgary, Alberta.���������Both Canadian  National and Canadian Pacific Railways east and west have had to: in-  creasetheir train' and engine cyrews tor  cope with the; enlarged , movement "of  grain- in the past; few weeks, it" was  announced here. The movement was  reported ,to be considerably heavier  than 4uring" "the corresponding period  last year.  Calgary office of the Canadian Pacific Railway stated that eight mora  train and engine crews than were required at this time last year were employed in the last, few days to handle  the freight service but of Calgary. A  corresponding increase was announced  oy the Canadian National Railways,  which stated that the movement was  much above this period in 1930. The  movement of grain between Calgary  and Edmonton was estimated to have  doubled  in the last week.  LLOil) GE0H���������!  LIBERAL LE  AC?  fit}  Resigns Judicial Post  Mrs. Emily Murphy Gives Up Position  .In Edmonton  . Edmonton, Alberta.���������The first woman to be appointed to such a post in  the British Empire, Mrs. Emily Murphy, who has held office here for 15  years, has resigned as -women's police  magistrate fbr: the City of Edmonton.  LOndbh* England.-���������Rt. Hon. David.  Lloyd George, outstanding member of  the Libi-iral Party for more than 1_T  years,. resigned his . chairmanship aad  announced he would not accept any  other party o_S.ce.  . He set forth his decision in a letter to Sir Herbert Samuel, which was  made public just before a meeting of  one section- of the Liberal Parliamentary Party, at which Sir Herbert  was elected to succeed the dynamic  Welshman. .  The Lloyd George letter and ths  election of Sir Herbert reflected ths  separation of the historic Liberal  Party into, three factions, two cf  which are ' reckoned among the supporters  of���������'"��������� the .Natrona! Government.  These two are the - Samuel Liberals  and the group led by. Sir John Simon,  who was elected chairman of the "National Liberals." Jatr. Lloyd George  and three followers'���������all that'remain  loyal to him���������are expected, to take  their seats in the opposLtioni.  The. Samuel Liberals were invited  tb attend .the meeting but they didn't  ���������thus emphasizing the split between  them and the Samuetites.  The little group faithful to the resigned leader includes his son, Major  Sh0 *������5������"������ ������rs(������o.As: iHf* tvos .  of illdETe df  Toronto.   Ont.���������The  year  1931"Has ' t^e. juvenWcourtfor'th-s'city.  '     ���������  been an' exceptionally    good .health       ^.^ resigninff aa an active poiice  year, according to life insurance sta-' magistrate for the city, Mrs. Murphy! Gwilym Lloyd  George,  his daughter,  tistics, the cumulative death rate both  ^j continue {0 ho^ ^Jj. appointment \ MeSan' and Major Goronwy Owen. It  in Canada and the United States^ be- j __  _Ypolice ma^������strate and judge  of j"'"  " J ~ "  ""���������" ^   approsi-  fclLe juVenye court for the.province of  .-mot   Q 1    w������_s������������*  _-������_.JLO  mately one per cent, in excess of that j ������jker{a  df 1930, when the minimum rate for  all time was' registered.  The    retiring    magistrate,    widely  known as "Janey Canuck"* played an  Mortality for heart disease is two  active pan ^ ^ Q^t ta-have wo.  pressure of its kind, is expected to be per cent, higher than m 1930. Tuber-  men recogni2ed as eligible for appoint  completed early next summer. Rapid  progress is being made on the memorial, it is stated in reports from  England, by the sculptors, the March  .Brothers and Sisters.  U.fi.G. Has Good Year  to.Tthe decisions and directions of the  Communist International at Moscow,  culosis is establishing a new minimum m__ fc to tte Canadjari Sena4e.  mortality record for all time, registering only 77 per 100,000 for the ten  months, a decrease of 5.9 per cent, in  the period, of one,, year. Diphtheria  Ninety :feet high,, showing a colos-, death rate has decl'ned 3_.6 per cent. I Heavier Hand ing Of Grain ami An  s-__r group;:;of figures   in: bronze,   ex-1 'this year, a new low record.    On thel ... Operating Profit  emplifying the heroisanaand self-sacri- other hand, the cumulative rate fori Calgary, Alberta.���������Reports showing  flee of the Ganadaa people, th. me- diabetes is considerably higher. The heavier handling of grain and an op-  morieV will stand   .in--��������� Ccnfsderationi?$&*Tfor^fcancer has also increased five ������r_it_hg profit for the fiscal yearTeiid^  _?ark/--'--Tlts-'''^re'etio_i-.'.'-TWi!!^"involve1 "the per cent.  removal; of'} the   city, "post1 office,   the  construction of __ new railway postal  terminal, and a new arrangement of  uptown vehicular traffic.  Harvester tompany  Resumes Operation  '."���������'Thinks-������������������ Will ���������'Unjust' .".  Norwalk, Conn.���������Mrs. Marion Oser  says   she   will   not   join  her   brother,  ed July 31, .1931, were submitted to  the annual naeeting    of    the-   United  Oralu   uriCTn'STS,   __riij_; ecu,   i_ci"C.  Payment of a. per cent, "dividend;  amounting to. $159,056.49,  was  naade  Will.am.L. Edison, in contesting the ' and the suipius account was  win of their father, Thomas A. Edi- j brought to a total of . $S0S,S37.3D.  son. "I think the will is very, very current assets were given as $3,131,-  tmjust," ^Mrs. Oser said,  "but  I will 1667.16   against   current  liabilities   of  not fight it.   The fight probably would   =  j run for years, and I do not think 1  Plants    Have    Been    Re-Opened    In' could stand it." ^  Canada and United States  Chicago, 111.���������Officials of the International    Harvester    Company     an-  and the Communist Party of Canada' nouhced  that it  has  resumed  active  New Year fares at the rate of ordin  was controlled by the Moscow body,  Special Fares For Christmas  Montreal .���������Special   Christmas    and  This was shown, he clainjied^in, the  constitution of the T Canadian "p4rty,  and also in the constitution of? the  Comintern   (Communist   ihternation^  al>^  '" ': -..,;': ^   /���������",;  ��������� . ..'y    "'  '���������  He outlined.the Work   of    the   nn  operation in all    its    Canadian    and | airy first class one-way fares and one  United States plants. Several hundred : quarter  for  the   round   trip,   with a  $1,714,^37.83.   T  The 350 delegates heard R. S, Law,  Winnipeg president, announce that  the volume of business handled in the  fiscal year had . been considerably  greater than ih the previous year.  is assumed they will continue to call  themselves  Liberals.  The future is uncertain for the  man. who, as head of the war-time .  coalition government, was almost supreme arbiter of Britain's riesttoies  and now rules over four votes in the  House of Commons.  ^Fdr the moment he seems very  mufch in. the shades Few political  commentators believe he will remain  there permanently.  "As you are "aware," Mr. Lloyd  George wrote to Sir/Herbert, "lam  completely at variance with the disastrous course into which the party re-  centlj1 has"beenvgiaj^Ssidi;���������!������ msy there-r  fore^-ease .matters;- and at any rate  save: embarrassment to my-friends, if  I write to tell you that I am not a  candidate for election to any office in  the.'groUp.  "For the moment these causes have  been overwhelmed by the calamitous  folly of October," and any attempt to  revive them will be met for some time  With impatience and ridtcule.  ��������� "That phase will soon pass and all  true progressives then can resume the  task out of which they were so regretfully manoeuvred."  Drops Manager System  Cleveland,    O.���������Cleveland,    largest  meiiare back at work at wages rang-  min'mum charge of 50 cents, will be . city in the world to try the city man-  Relief For Stricken Areas  ing from 10 to 20 per'cent. under; the  fofiner rates.  Seniority  rights,  the  officers  said,  placed in effect oh-Canadian railroads ager form of government, has turned  'over the Christmas and New Year thumbs down on the plan and gone  holidays, it has been announced by the! back to the old federal system with a  will be observed in the re-employment  Canadian Passenger Association.  mayor and council elected by warder.  cleus���������the. "foundation bf the party." fancl married men will be given prefer  "-'b nucleus, he sfaid, was composed'fiTinft     Thft   ������ftW    .cfihodiii*.    in    ma������n  ;wo or more niembers of the party  every  mine,   shop,   store,   lumber  ip, shipyard, factory dj.' bthier' ,._ri-'  of sitwo or more members of the party  In  camp  dustrial concern, and operated secret  ly.   The meimbers of the nucleus were  known to each; other but not to the  factory workers in general. .,  The main purpose of the party, ho  testified, was "to stir up discontent  and strife; to- foment and develop  grievances, real or imaginary,:- and  where none exist to crehte them."  The party, as a world-wide party,  of which Canada is ah integral section, "plans, by force and violence,  to overthrow not only our own gov-  emmont but . al] other governments." Constant information of the  proi'i'OHfci of I'e.oluUojuu'y cJjCorLa in  other countries, as, for example, the  revolution lacing conducted by the  OhinosG section, of tho Communist In-  tornntlonal, was furnished tho Canadian p^rty. "The Chinese j revolution  la ourv devolution," the .Canadian  party maintained, according to Sergeant Leopold.  Even the alleged.code of the. Com-  niunlBt party wti,. outlined by tho wlt-  noHS. Whon members of the "underground" party wished to communicate, a certain page of a publication  was Chacon. Numbers Indicated tho  lino and letter which was to be lndlr  cated, "3-7," for Instance, monnt tho  fifth lino and novonth letter waa to bo  token.  plants increasing the week to four  days will affect approximately 20  plantsr:-'T:   ���������      "':.'    '���������''������������������'���������  ���������.j. ;���������'/  i _  Koforc   Ottawa   Will   Pay   Sncrcnsed  Share Of Old Ago Pensions  Ottawg,, Ontj���������Provincial govern-  ments have been notified by the Do-  minion that new agreements will be  necessary before the federal treasury  will proceed to pay 75 per cent, of the  old age, pensions instead of 50 per  cent.' which was the amount fixed  under the old act. The now act was  to start on July 31 and as It provides  for paymentf. nach rpmrtor, tho first  quarter is over* and it is expected  steps will be taken very soon to conclude thc new agreements.  THE "OBSERVER" LEAVES PARLEY WITH LORD READING  '���������-,        Tribute To War Dead -",  RilOhtreal.���������-The engines.of sliips q.t  aba will cease tho'.r throb, on Itememr  brance Day in tribute to those who  died In tho war. Headquarters of  Cariadtan Pacific and Canadian Nd-  UuiuiS t_tca_i_;;l.ij.p ajiii-uijcol Lhul iu-  Htructlona had boon gJven to ships for  a two-mlnuto all onco just Vieforo 11  o'clock on the morning of November  11 tiniest, tho woo. ia vough.  W.    3ST.   IT.    1015  Gormany'a entire postal wlrelOHH receiving BoryJcefl will bo concentrated  in a little town thirty thIImh woh1. of  Berlin.  103 Car Loads Of Fruit and Vegetables  Contributed By Five Provinces  Toronto, Ont,���������Five provinces have  contributed a total of 103 car loads of  fruit, and vegetables to meet needs of  people in the drouth-stricken area of  southern Saskatchewan and part of  southern Alberta. The cars have been  despatched under the auspices of the  Emergency Relief Commfi-tce, of the  United Church of Canada.  The largest number ��������� 68 cars ���������  have been sent from. Ontario. Central  Aiberla_ has contributed 35 carloads,  "mostly of mixed vegetables to aid  destitute people in the southern part  of that province. Manitoba has sent  five carloads of mixed vegetables,  while from British Columbia 13 carloads of fruit have been ' shipped.  Northern Saskatchewan has sent two  carloads of grain products to the "affected areas. ,<  Each    load*  is    being    distributed  among 300 families, It Is estimated.  ProntlBH Gilbert (left), tho United States CombuI at Geneva, and the flrnt  American to'nit In tho Council of tha League of Nations, Ih ������hown leaving a  League aoBBlon with Lord Heading, Britain's delegate to the League and  ^oroiij-ri Becretnry In tho Nmt.onnt ftovflmrmnut, CwlH.ert wnn seated with thc  'Council aa an "observer" during tho Slno-Japanese ciIhIh.  E_r_p_i_ Cc:;!;\-.! Barm  Clearing Houhc For All Banks Of  Empire Jm Urged.  .,_,���������.  London, .ISrig.-���������Creation, of ������n Empire centrM bank to act as a cleaving hou'tftj for all central bnnkB ot the  EGmpIro Is the chief recommendation  or the roport oi.> tne jjoinc coinmhtteo  appointed tay the Fcclcmtionj of British  rndiiHtrlof- and the Empire Economic  Union.  The report further sugigQati. summoning of an Iflmplre currency con-  feronoo which might be nb-_ to e������tab-  llHh a "paM'Britanntca, built up out of  the prericnt nnnrt-hy of thc world'a  monetary aJtmivm.'"' . _ rrmWMiFi/LiiS^Zi  THIS   CKi_������TW?i   UJKVJLEW  JAS* COMPTO/V  AUCTIONEER  Sales conducted in any part  of the District.  PHONE 55F.  ,c/?-ssrow  F. H. JACKSO  REAL ESTATE  Listings sot. oi ted.  CRESTON.    B.C.  -_M������__MM������  ��������� _���������_������������������  ,.���������*..   f*. n .-*_ - _���������  -^--J^J'|A-'^* l^t-',<  r  r  L  i  ( Oraeiflin  _.    uj ytjcffi!  Food prices are at their lowest level in 15  years. Never in the history of our store  have we offered such real values in foods.  NOW���������whi e prices are right���������where  values are greatest���������is your chance to replenish -your winter's food supply. Buy  now and watch   vour dollars do   almost  double duty.  Local a.i_d Pergonal  Police     court   fines   at   Creston  f.or  Octobertotalled .$51.  Blrth-r-At Creston, on November 10th������  to Mr. and Mrs. John Laithwaite, a son.  FOli -R-ENT-^Five-room   house, well  located;1 ^pply P. H. Jackson; Greston.  Mrs* C��������� O. Rodgers left yesterday for  Eltnonte, Calif., where she will visit for a  month with Mrs. Bieyton, a sister cf  Mr. Rodgeri.. It is hoped that the  change and rest will be beneficial 30  Mrs. Rodgers' health, which has'been indifferent of .ate.  At the council meeting on   Monday  it  was decided to have the Park pavilion  E. Whitfield, cashier at\, the Imperial  wired, and the work will get; under way  Bank, was a weekend visitor at his home  in Nelson.  who attended tho" conference at Nelson,  will address the meeting. AU j> uitry-  m^n are urged to' attend; proceedings  should be completed in ah hour.'  ..  .   .  at once.   Now that It is   sided   up   and  jwith standard   electric   equipment   the  FOR SBLE-Purebred York* ire pigs,  ^Ming will be   available  for   a   tcreat  E^ven   weeks  old,   $4.50.   Victor  Carr I variety of revenue producine ournosea.  <Alice Siding), Creaton.  FOR SALE���������Drag saw, with or without engine, 3n good _h ape. ������15 "withbufe  engine.  TJaa. Carr, Creston.  Up to the end  of October 415 auto  license plates have been issued at Creston office of the provincial police.  FOR SAIiE^���������Wagon made from Ford  chassis. Also end-dump gravel box.  Morrow's Blacksmith shop, Creaton.   "..>  FOR    SALE���������Mikh    cow.   due   to  freshen December let.   Also baled hay  House to rent.   E. Nouguier, Canyon.  High water mark  for attendance - at  Creston public school   waa   recorded  |n  October.   The total enrollment was 216  -9l___V  ��������� uesifj  CRESTQH  On-ftnerativg fifisn  Two Stores  EBIGKSQN  ��������� -t._fc.JL.  -_-_-A_*iJB__w__p_lh^i  M________l___._____k^i4k__lb____--_rM������h-I4b^^  ������*  hM  SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY  Swifts BACON. Whole or Half, lb   WANTED     TO  furnished house on or  1st.   Apply   J.   G.  Alta.  RE NT���������Six-room  before December,  ������_.o____el.,  _?.___   The  r*.  22c  X*  OlMwD-FV1    M kWSWW   KOmWSmtS  n  m  w  ^  w  V_d   These cooler days -call for a tasty roast, well cooked, with    k%  r     good gravy and brown potatoes. "   What could" "be better?    CL  We have the good meat you must have for a good roast, ^  Sp&tri&������ SlPMmG LMkWB  Please note we do not handle Mutton,  our customers will have only the best.  Ssa  w  VJ.  m  WgfmmmmMm  Special __0ca# KiBted P'as-h  We can still supply  CREAMERY BUTTER, 4 lbs. 95c.  m  la.Ke.  W  ^  O: RINGWALD, Prop. ?f  ms������gaTmWgg^mm^mmmmi  ^il!^SW_U-Di^9B^S^123SSS)^g^"^J8BB^^JiUiE_SBa!EairIU  trout fishing season closes on  Sunday. The catch this, season has  hardly been up to the standard of other  years.  Vital statistics for October show two  deaths and two births. With the new  arrivals it was an even break���������a boy  and a girl.  Commencing last month the village reduced the rate of pay to common labor  to 35 cents an hour, and team and driver  to $7 a day.  anety of revenue producing purposes  Misses Kessler and Green, R.N., who  are at present " bccupying Mrs.  Delb ridge's bunglow in the Park Road  district, bave just completed the  purchase of six lots in that section from  the Beckler estate, and are planning to  go in for small fruit culttre next season.  Miss Green is a former matron of Creston Valley public ho pital,  A large and appreciative audience  attended the recital given by the pupils  of. Mrs. J. E. Johnston in the Parish  Hall. Monday evening, with Col. EL  Mallandaine presiding. The programme  was of SO numbers, quite nicely balanced  with piano solos and duetts and  recitations, and an occasional vocal  number, in which the pupils did   them-  .������li._  _������J   4-U__-__   __._.*....__._. ��������� _ _____!     - 14.,  _i_..u������ ���������������_��������� _ u.o._��������� wouucwif iuu n_rei_JT.  4: meeting of district poultryroen will  be held at the' town hall on Saturday  next at 2 p.m. prompt. The constitution and by .laws of the Kootenay Poul-  trymen's Association���������a. business organ-  izasion that will operate to the advant-  tageof 11 in the Industry���������will be considered and amendments forwarded to  the provisional aecT<_tHTy.    D_ _?rad!eTr  ���������!.__������   _*-_.jr3   i.  essh  WI i������*  _E>  ises.   ...  1931 fall fair according to the statement  submitted at the annual meeting on  Wednesday last.  The Presbyterian -Ladies' Aid are having their annual sale of work and tea on  Saturday; 21st, in Trinity Church base-  meut, 8 to 5.30 p.m.  LOST���������At the apple packers' dance on  October 27th, rose crystal and brilliant  bracele . Reward to finder on returning  fame to Raview Office.  Mrs. Smith of Vancouver has arrived  on a visit with her, daughter. Miss Smith.  who is on  the'higb sc^ipol teaching staff,  and may remain for thewinter.  _ Ideal weather prevailed for the  Armistice Day ..exercises and the  observance of the occasion was quite the  b?st since inaugurated In 1919.  IP IT'S HARDWARE  WE HAVE IT  Buy your Hard war at a  Hard ware Store.  CSmplete line of  Ranges  Coal and  Wood  Goal Hods.     Stove Boards  Fir Doors,   Windows  Window Sash  how in stock.  G. Sinclair  Creston Hardware  Canyon St. Bast  _i._L.-_.  .__. ___ __.__.___.._________-__���������  -_hn 4_��������� __���������____��������� , __ ���������__���������__���������__ i_li A-i ,<__���������__ ��������� __,.__ ��������� A������_.  _.-_._  Mr.  * ���������  _4 UIU  and  Mrs.  r*   ���������*_/���������y jji cob  i  __  MT mmm        qmjj&  i  Are all  your rooms sufficiently heated?  are showing a range of  We  Sl ml.  vevy   reasonable  prices  in   different   sizes  with prices $4.25, $5.00, $5.75.  at  FOR QUICK SALE  McCLARY REGINA  RANGE  Special price, complete, $75J  Pipes.,  Dampers, Elbows, <&e.  A few clearing lines of Wallpaper  at Half-Price  jM^ tmrnm. mm mm^ mm* *mm m m  ttkBA fgam mm. gm*.   m  ^gWBPII B    |P>  Ijliilli^j I UPl IvBI1I%IjMPI ulei  ^tk%% Aw*m\A tamm Ml  M"*%  Mm\   UNL H  _k___ __l     hnhvi. M^^k.  COiVlPAniY,   LTD.  (2MiOi-ri  :^������iiK:x:Jt:������n������!<^itmNttw^ri!c^^^  Halliday have arrived          -__r:ii_    - - .j._- ,      _,<���������  .B.Xftli-9 43V7W L1UU \J J  Alberta, and have taken the Miss Alma  Johnson residence for the winter.  Greston had its first snow of the sea  son ou  Monday.   The beautiful in sizable flakes fell intermittently throughout  the morning, m biting as fast as it fell.  Creston badminton club combined  sport and sociability on a visit to Yahk  Friday night when they were hospitably  entertained by Yahk badminton  enthusiasts.  Revenues were fairly buoyant at the  provincial police office last month, the  total intake running to almost $400. Of  this $180 was for hunting licenses, and  $103 for auto licenses.  At the Athletic Association meeting on  Tuesday night all the 1930 officers were  re-elected, and another meeting will be  held Monday to complete arrangements  for the season's activities;  Rev. T..Scott was at Cranbrook on  Sundu taking Church' of England  services thero'in exchange with Rov. J?_  V. Harrison, who officiated at Creston,  and whPe here was gueat of Mr. and  Mrs. Xas. Cook.  The carload oC fruit. and vegetables  assembled by the Women's Institute  rolled east on Friday and waa billed to  Fir Mountainf Sank. It waB' almost a  maximum load and heavy to sacked  potatoes nnd npplea.  Alf. Lotofllo of Camp Llptor, nnd Mrs.  Petrle, who hns alao been a resident  there,    were   quietly   married  at   tho  Uniiud Church manse on Saturday, Biov.  A. WaHcer officiating. The witnesses  wero Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Hilacroft.  Creston dnnco band will officiate at  dances    for    Crpnton ���������*Valley-    public  hospital benefit at Kitchener on tho 21���������t,  and Boawell on tho 28th. At each point  anthusiafltic oommSttoott ore handling  those attain., which promiso to  be  vory  BUCCOBMfl.il,    ��������� '  251 Jars of canned fruit and vegetables  wore turned lr������ at the hospital shower  RpottHored by the Ladies' Hospital  Commlt-toe of Crevton and. District  Women's Inutiiute on Saturday afternoon, A yoar ago- tho contribution-  woro tout 13B������  Ti-  j. hi  l-_ Op-  M_o.������^+,C������     *���������_-_������������������  *     ss^__ c_  ���������   ^������y^^  ivs f^n^w   v j  .. I  peciais  SPRING CHICKEN, fresh killed, lb*      ........  22c  BABY BEEF, Extra Choice Roasts    ...  IO, 12%, ISc  Local Fresh-Killed Mutton and Lamb  IttSHFISH���������Salm^  Smoked Fish���������Finnan Hdddie,Haddie Filets, Kippers  Spare Hsbs,   Chopped Suet>   Mi ace Meat  jl iCt-icu _l uijs., v^cfiucci jjcci, a. iC___it3y. ir iga jc ecu.  i  PHONE 2  ��������������� mmma'Wm*t '>'?'t'. "t'ft' W*)T  ^'rrT'yrrrrt'T'T'T'ri'T't't'rrrrfrr  B&-T^^������l^!aSgB-SST  itlifi^.:   "15. Bf|������;->,i->r(iasK?;    Y>������ElEIJw;r". ���������. Y^lllo-:  N T ^  Am.      .  ^E JBL  1  No   more  guessworle,     Brmg  your  children  and  have  thorn   properly fitted with JACK  .      AND JILL SHOES.    You actually see for  youiself your child's  foot in tho shoe  being  fitted,    We absolutely guarantee these shoes.  Bliicher Oxfords  Sizes 8 to 1 Oi _ $2.75  11 to 2 T. ;  3.25  Boys9 Leckie School Shoes  Built to stand hard wear.  Sizes 1 to 5...; .' $&75  4  Men's Oil Tan Heavy Work Shoes  Priced from $4.00 to $������,00.  SA       Q_ IP* DpD C  ���������     r\ o      ^y &    Eif. Ill ffv *-<  Dry Goods, Groceries    PHONG 3    Furniture .Hardware  \mlnwmmmam\mmmm


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