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 '���������'^������������������y-:---'' :���������' y\-y.' yw. 4^131  '.-..'��������� 'f..'  :���������>?&������    i".fiWn*-^.; -���������'.'���������!'  ,"Y '/'������������������>:    *    -������������������  Vol. XXIII  CRESTON, BC.,  fc^.  AY,  DECEMBER 11, ������198*.  N-r38  PythiaE Sisters'  Unique Ceremony  Mrs. .Ff. Truscott Now 'Mother*  of Blossom Temple���������Signally  Honored at 80th Birthday-  Temple Elects New Officers   ������i-.  ���������>���������Ci.���������u  <��������� The December meeting of Blossom  Temple Pythian Sisters Thursday evening last, waa one of unusual interest  combining ths regular business of the  session, whicb included the election of  ameers, with the rather unique ceremony  of naming and installing Mrs. Hannah  Truscott, who on November 25th,  celebrated her 80th birthday, as mother  of the lodge. ..There was a good turnout  of members, and th  officers are:  Past Chief���������Sister N. Laithwaite.  Most Ex. Chief���������Sister N. Hassard.  Senior Chief���������Sister E. Telford.  Junior Chief-rSister B. French.  Mistress tyt Floor���������Sister M. Ferguson.  Mistress of Records and Corresp nd-  ence���������Sister J. Hendy.  Mistress of Finance���������Sister K.  Littlejohn.  Guard of Outer Temple���������Sister M.  McWilliams.  Guard of Inner Temple���������sister L.  LoVestrom.  Press Correspondent���������Sister J. Hendy.  Trustees���������Sisters Senesael, E. Mawson.  B. Cameron.  After the regular lodge business had  been concluded a very pleasing ceremony  took place under \ the leadership of  Sister A. Cartwright. Sister Hannah  Truscott, who attained her 80th year oa  November 25th, was called to the front  by Past Chief Sister Cartwright, who, in  appropriate terms, complimented heron  attaining four score years, and informed  her that the sisters had decided to. make  '"���������'herTMotfcSfc'^^  Mother Truscott was taken completely  by surprise but in happy fashion thanked the lodge for the honor conferred by  her adopted sons and daughters. Bros.  W. J. and Percy Truscott favored with  appropriate songs that were vigorously  applauded. Bro. Dr. Henderson spoke  briefly, expressing the hope that Mother  Truscott would spend many more years  with the lodge Sister Maxwell favored  with a recitation that was well received,  after which a dainty lunch was served  and proceedings closed with the parting  toast by Bro. Telford.  SBtrtlar  Mrs. D. Lombardo and son left on  Tuesday for a holiday to be spent in  Spokane, the guest of Mrs. Lombar do's  parents..  Miss Gwen Wilson left for Cranbrook  on Wednesday, where she will be the  guest of Mrs. F. M. MacPherson and  Mrs. J. B. Hall.  Mesdames E. Martin and S McCabe  were visitors at Creston on Friday.  Mrs. T. Rogers returned to her home  on Monday from Cranbrook.  -������?��������� J. Neil was  a business   visitor  at  Creston on Saturday^  The oJHcial, crater guage at Slough  bridge stands at 2.15 above zero. This  being a drop of 0.11 for the week.  Ih Pascuzzo and V. Cherbo have completed tbe hauling of their bay, with the  latter having but one mishap when his  team and load went through the ice.  Deer hunting season closes next week  ctnd many hunters are arriving in the  vicinity, eagerly looking forward to bagging their last four-pointer.  Mrs. Earnhardt, who has been on f_  visit with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. F.  Knott, has returned to Glenlllly.  Canyon badminton club are having  two practices a week, and by January  hope to be in shape -to invade Creston  and Yahk lot't games for the Valley  championships   v  Godfrey Samuelson, who is in the  meat peddling business, is now bringing  in his supply of'/beef from a ran_yh at  Jaffray, transporting the animals live on  Arvid SamuelsonyB truck. ,  There will be another whist and bridge  at the Community Hall  this  evening,  go  to the  iitv  ._._.-_-,    w.-  fthe proceeds of which  Mr.. D. Snell and small daughter left  for their home in Spokane on   Tuesday.  Mrs. H.   Gillie  and  son  accompanied  them as far as Nelson.  Mrs. S. Pascuzzo and son, Dominic,  were business visitors at Creston on  Monday.  Christmas is just two  weeks  distant.    We  recommend   out1  CHRISTMAS  FRUIT CAKE  at 50c lb*  ornamented.  We   will   liave   a  limited quantity of  ICECREAM  BRICKS  Orders must bejplaced by  Wednesday, Dec 23rd.  aT*.W M   ��������� ���������__.  v^Jntocjoim. ies  Our Christmas Confectionery  is the. best iin town.  Hector Stewart and Cecil Hamilton  left at the first of the week to wind up  the deer season with a few days hunting  In the Kiiehener country. T  Principal Freney "of Alice Siding school,  was at Gray Creek at the weekend on a  visit with his sister, who is visiting there  from Rossland.  C S. Hester, who is now located at  Kimberley, arrived at the end of the  week on a vist with Mrs. Hester and  family here.  Wednesday evening, December 23rd,  is the date selected for the Sunday school  concert at the schoolhouse.;  Mrs. Marsh alt-at a dance at her home on  Friday night which was a very enjoyable  ____���������__.  aulB.r.  All' the Alice Siding hunters have secured their quota of deer for this season,  which has provided the best hunting in  yeaTs. According to some deer tracks up  Goat mountain were as thick as rabbit  tracks this winter.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Erickson, who have  been living in the Brubacher house for  some months past, left on Wednesday  fcr Galahad, Alberta, where they will  make their future home. Archie will be  very much missed in musical circles, as  he was the very capable leader of Creston dance band.  The Community Whist Club meeting  at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank  Simister on Friday night produced two  new prize winners in Mrs, Kelly and W  A. Pease. Tonight the club meets at  the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parkin-  children's Christmas treat fund.  The United Church ladies' aid had an  intake of $40 at ; the annual sale and  supper at the hall Saturday evening.  Games and other amusements were provided for the children's entertainment.  'M.rs.'Hbdnut^ittho is in charge of the  school at Gray Creek, was a weekend  visitor with Mr. and Mrs. F. Knott.  Word has just reached here of the  death in Chicago earlier in the month of  Appeals for Clothing  Editor Review:  Sir,���������I have been Instructed by  Creston Relief Committee to  make an appeal for old clothes,  under garments, stockings, socks,  boots, shoes, :blankets, bedding:,  etc.  The above committee, recently  appointed, realise the urgent need  for clothing those who cannot of  Chaiseburgess, a one time:'���������"Canyon.  resident, Who moved onto a ranch here  from Lister in 1922, and two or three  years later left to make his home in  Chicago. He is survived by a wife and  two children.  The report is current here that A. D.  Pochin, a former Canyon resident, has  purchased the CP.R. lake steamer  Naaookin, and intends to refit the craft  to serve as a floating summer hotel,  which he will operate on Kootenay Lake.  49_F*  The annual assessment court of revision will be held at the schoolhouse  Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, and  mil be in charge of H. Langston, who is  assessor for the waterworks district.  _������s>y  Scott of Cr������. stun Y,?us  ucic   un  Season s Rinks  Ten Rinks Ready for Opening  Contest ��������� Considerable New  Material in Evidence���������More  Trophies tor Competition.  themselves  it.   In   this  distress the   committee  W. 'FKASEXt  Mr and Mrs. Botts were renewing  acquaintances in Nelson last week"  Carl Wigen was combining business  with pleasure on a visit to Nelson the  latter part of the week;.  Vic. Johnson, who haa been working  at Slocan, haa returned homo. Loffglnpr  operations have stopped due to the  frecsseup.  Miss E. Davis Is on a visit with her  sister, Mrs, R. Cornwall, at Trail.  Mise Rcdpath of Nelson has been hero  on a visit with his slater, Mrs. G. Mc-  Innis,  Kill Karo Klub had another snappy  evening at .Ins weekly meeting on  Wednesday evening Inst. Games and  dancing wero on the programme. Tho  honeymoon waltz was won hy Miss A.  Davis and W. Cooper.  The December meeting of the W.A.  wiua at the home of Mrs. LcShat on  Wednesday la.,t, when a vory nntis-  factory report of tho annual salo won  presented.  Meeting of the ladies of tho district  Interested in helping needy-families in  Saslcotehownn was hold at the homo of  ��������� _#r������;.��������� ftf. .Hagen hiBt weak, with an  attendance) oil eighteen. Donations of  clothing, toyaN Christmas cheer for the  childron and (live quilts���������one for oaoh of  the five families In need���������were premised.  supply  time of disf  seeks the co-operation off all iii  Creston Valley to help supply  those who are in need. We feel  we cannot let the children run  about without warm clothing  during the cold weather, and as  the winter advances the needs  of certain people, grownups as  well as children, will certainly  increase.  The Relief Committee will be  grateful if those who can will  wash and clean garments before  bringing them in. This will save  a great deal of time and trouble  to those who are in charge of the  distribution of the same  Bundles will be received at the  town hall on Tuesday and Saturday afternoons of next week,  December 15th and 19th  respectively. REV. T. SCOTT,  Secretary Relief Committee-  Sunday morning for the monthly  Church of England service and had quite  a good turnout.  There was a special Lutheran service  at the schoolho-use on Saturday last  when Rev. C. Thies of Calgary, was the  speaker. He was accompanied by the  pastor, Rev. C. Baase of Creston.  The best turnout of the season was in  evidence at the Saturday night bridge  under Community Society auspices. Six  tables were in play and high scores were  made by Mrs. Bird and Frank Yerbury.  The Community Society sis having a  dance Saturday evening, 12th, at the  schoolhouse and the proceeds will help  with the financing of the children's  Christmas treat. Canyon orchestra will  supply music and the admission is 50  cents to gents, and 25 cents to ladies.  The Jas. Huseroft  baler.. Is at work  this week putting up alfalfa at the "W.  P. JEdwards rancid and. from there, goes,  to the Beard place/' Th~e*jlbhi-"mad'Chas.-  Huseroft; baler is at work at the Helsste.  ranch, completing-baling about 30 tons  of alfalfa-  Comrade    K.ezema,    one     of     the  delegates who recently visited Russia,  was a speaker  at  the   meeting  of  the  Workers3 Unity  League on Sunday at  the home of Harry Yerbury.'  Erlekson  S  at  FRED   BOFFEY'S  Ranch  on  Commencing at I p.m.  Hero's your chanco to  not a lint. Goose for  the  ChiistiiuiH  dinner.  Ill        *   T%     __*!*  Bert Boffey  Befcty Kernaghan of Creston was here  for the weekend, a guest of ElvaSine  Clark. Theo Tompkins was another  Creston visitor at the weekend, a guest  of Mrs. R. Dodds.  Frank Staples of Invermere was combining business with pleasure on/ a visit  here at the first of the week.  Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson (nee  Dora Healey) of Cranbrook, arrived on  Tuesday on a visit with her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Healey.  Lyle Kemp and Ed. Mart'n, jr., left  nt the first of the week for Boswell on a  hunting trip.  Long, Allan & Long, Limited, have a  couple of packers nt work getting the  last cars of Erickson apples ready for  shipping. A car went out Saturday  morning.  MrB. E, W. Klingensmith was a patient  at Creaton Vulley public hospital this  week, where abe underwent a minor  operation.  Tha many friends here of Miss Jessie  White, who has been a patient at Creston Valley public hospital, will bo  pleased to hear that sho is again well  enough to leave tho hospital and resumed teaching at Kitchener on Monday.  East Creston Irrigation district had  its annual assessment court of revision  on Wednesday. The revised nsaoBsmon.  han been well dono a_ thoro was only one  appeal lodged.  Mr', Gso. Lend better held tho winning ticket on the quilt nit-lied by Erickson Ladles' Guild at the bazaar at  Creaton on Saturday last.  A lino chance to secure a Christmas  goose will be provided at the ..hooting  match at tho Prod Boffey ranch noxft  Wednesday afternoon.  Mrs.C. Kolsoy hns just boon advised of  !__, i_ut(-������������������H ul V������Mcouv������r Winter Fair  I whore wh������ captured   flrit   prlsso   on   her  showing of Flint corn.   This corn wm of  Somewhat cold el1 weather than that a+  present prevailing would he more to the  liking of the curling fraternity, as the  rings s_e is. 'icemalter Crsig has two  likely looking sheets of ice available and  with a couple of nights well below freezing the roarm'game is all set for the  first round of the President vs. Vice-  President competition.  There will be ten rinks trying for the  season's honors. With the exception of  G. Sinclair, who is a newcomer, and Dr.  Henderson, who is again at the head of a  likely looking quartette, the skips are the  -_-_;-_3 as last winter. In the makeup of  the rinks there is some new blood, which  has been pretty well distributed amongst  the half score of rinks. This season the  rink^ are as follows:  H. Chinoor, A. Millen, S. Hendren,  M. R. Joyce, skip.  Rev. A. Walker, E. Cartwright, A.  Reed, S. A. Speers, skip.  P. Romano, E. Marriott, H. W. McLaren, R. M. Chandler, slap.  P. H. Jackson, C. P. Armstrong,  P.  Putnam, G. Sinclair, skip.  S. Steenstrup, T. W. Bundy, R. M.  Telford, skip.  J. D. Farris, P. Robinson, E. Winch-  combe, M. J. Boyd, skip.  F\ C. Rodgers, J. S. Clowes, Dr.  Olivier, W. J. Craig, skip.  O. Ringwaldj ������. H. Wilks, V. Maw-  3$n������ 'fp.>J*jBen?Qger,_>iai������  -������- ;-*--���������������- --������- - ��������� ���������  A, Robertson, A. Conling/ C. W.  Lowther, A. Weir, skip.  Jim Cherrington, R. J_ Forbes. H. ___  McCreath.   ur. Henderson, skip.  Spares���������W. M. "Archibald, Col.  Mallandaine, R. H. Hassard, C. W.  Allan.  There are five trophies to be competed  for this season, which is an additional  two as compared with past years. There  are the old standbys, the.Dr. Henderson,  W. Fraser ana Imperial Bank cups, to  which has been added handsome  trophies from the Cranbrook and the  Fernie Fort Steele breweries. The  latter two came to hand last winter but  due to the very short season of 1980-31.  were never competed for.  exceptional merit as samples went to  Calgary, Alberta, for test wero certified  to grade number one and 100 per cent  germination.  Official notice has just heen given of  the appointment off Victor Brixa as  poundkeeper for the newly-created  Erickson pound district, which embraces  the area served b/ the irrigation district.  NOW IS THE TIME  to Place Your Orders  for  (Qr h ri stm 21s  Plants  and ,  Flowers  Fresh Lettuce  and  Green Onions  (M's CiGe.i..G.ise  OI-E8TON TBB   BEVHW.   CEESTON.   B.   ���������*  Farming  Pk.. vv&v ������������j_<v.__i  MAGISTRATE: "Six weeks' hard labor."  PRISONER: "Sez you 1"  MAGISTRATE: "Six months."���������The Passing Show, London, England.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Tour Of Lady Choimondeley  , British Theatrical Company WIU Visit  I Western Canada.  Direction and control of the Mint,  located at Ottawa, was assumed officially by Canada December 1.  British. Columbia, through its legislature, will be urged to adopt state  Lady George Cholmondeiy,  accompanied by her theatrical party of London artfsts, sailed on board the Cunard  liner "Alaunia" front Southampton recently, for axt extended tour of Canada that will take them from  Habeas to Victoria.  Their tour of Canada, -which Is at-  v ;-....    . .      +4,^  tract-tag   considerable   attention, will  health  insurance   next  year   by  tne   ���������o������ o:qk, h&ve ^ dlstin*n-i_sbed nat-  Health Insurance Commission. j ronage of Their    Excellencies, * Lord  contributions     to     the  ^mi Lady Bessborough for the open-  Getting   Together  To   Study   Better  Faraiiiig^aka Agricultural Problems During the Winter Months  S)'.^e\:JS6^;:'-kesa������i3 F. Bryant, K.C.,  C^alrtnan?oftiie Commission on Conservation "ofHeater and Afforestation,  for Sask������ttcj3_jwan, stated recently  that it .was generally recognized that  owing: tb---ogi-Qitions in the dried out  .areas;:: mamyf-of. the farm homes are  not able to "a]_r6rd ihe papers, magazines and1 jgen^ral reading matter that  came inttt^T these homes in previous  years. Under these circumstances,  owing to th_e > long winter ahead, an  effort should: be made to create a  common interest which would bring  the farmers together tb consider their  problems*, and endeavour to take some  sane constructive measures to remedy  present conditions in the' rural districts of southern Saskatchewan.  "As Chairman of the  Commission  ��������� ���������'     -^-_-__-<: a_ _____ Jt __D.^H^���������4-._A-_-.w.   >.  said Mr. Bryant, "I received a letter  from F. Freemen, of Springwater.  Saskatchewan, secretary of the Rural  Municipality of Eushville, which was  very encouraging and which suggested a plan that might with great  *���������__*__ _3 m*     1__������v    _ft__r. _/_*_ + __������ *r5     1 v_      __*_ r)"V_     ������ __-��������� tt-__._������'iOitdF  papers such as the *Western Producer,' the 'Saskatchewan Farmer'  and the 'Country Guide.' the 'North-  West Farmer' and the 'Free Press  Prairie Farmer',' might, if requested,  get Several splendid articles prepared  and publish them in order to assist in  studying the problem.  "I strongly urge the formation ol  such societies at the earliest possible  date. The initial meeting of farmers  might well be arranged by the secretary-treasurer of the municipalities in  the drouth areas."  Experiment  Costly  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  DECEMBER  13  JOHN'S VISION ON PATMOS  Voluntary                    -i_.^.  _������-       _-> j  -. *w      __      *.���������_...__   *nS performances in Montreal,  Otta-  Canadian Red Cross this year have   wg  * nd Toronto, but Lord ^ l^  ^^.^_. iwgx..   m^������_uu ������w_  ������������..���������.  j ~-i���������  ----- t ^.wSSKcrcugn ������_cvc  s_gmzze_  t__.si._   in-  the war. tention of also attending the opening  - . .    ,       _,   . ������.    .^��������� I nights m these three cities  As    a    memorial    to    Christopher '    % .        . .      .     .   .  *��������� i 1 __t_(_v>__ct     8 c.      o lci#_    Km v_ _���������������    d>\a_  Golden Text: "Fear not, I am the  first, and the last, and the Living  One."���������Revelation 1.17, 18.  Lesson:  Revelation  1.1 to 3.22.  Devotional Reading: 1 Corinthians  15.42-49.  Explanations and Comments  ma. ���������      __ __���������__ Jr*.���������    _* _ *���������_��������� ___ .        _ ������������������  _-,.xt_   __.uurcsa   ajir   Eszuufto-Muu,    vciaro  4-7.���������With this salutation compare  the salutations In Paul's letters, especially 1 Th.sssalonis.iis Ll 2= John,  to the seven churches that are in  Asia: this was a common form for  the beginning of a letter. As we  learned in Paul's history in The Acts,  Labor Government En Australia Found:  Meat Business- Unprofitable  A Lahor government in Queensland,  Aiistralia, decided, several years ago,  that the public was paying too much  for meat, and plunged into the business.   It purchased a number of splendid ranches and put government officials in charge.   The advance picture  drawn by the politicians was one of  assured profits and cheaper meat. The  actual results were enormous deficit..  nnd  dearer meat.       The  final  blow  can.c  with  the  sale  of the  ranches.  They   cost   $6,359,000,   besides  which  t^e  government  raised  $5,750,000   to  meet operating.losses, or a total outlay of $12,100,000.    And all the state  got back when it sold out was $2,600,-  000.       The disastrous experiment in  socialism cost every man, woman and  child  in  Queensland  $10  more   each  in taxes.  Metals For Dirigibles  Columbus a great lighthouse shaped  like a cross is to be built on the island of Santo Domingo.  Hundreds of Great War prisoners  still are held in Siberian labour  camps, according to Giuseppe Girardi.  an Austrian soldier, who has just escaped after 16 years* incarceration.  A group of Chicago engineers have  developed a ���������"'radically different" aeroplane weighing only 475 pounds  empty which they think will eventually sell for $1,000.  A beam of light from, the star  Arcturus, 25  trillion miles from the  Interest is also being shown in this  tour of Lady Choimondeley and her  company, on account of her association with the Stansted Players, the  ���������dramatic society founded by the present Governor-General of Canada. The  Stansted Players "have for several  years given performances regularly  ia the private theatre which Lord  Bessborough built alongside his country house, "Stansted," in Sussex, England. Lady Choimondeley is a brilliant member of this society and has  ta__en part in a number of productions  at Stansted Theatre. She played the  p.-Xt of the wife in George Bernard  Shaw's "How He Lied To Her Husband" at the last production given at  Stansted before Lord Bessborough  came to Canada last spring. It has  earth,    will    provide    the    impulse, | ^eii notedthat Lady Cholmondeleyjs  through a photo-electric cell, that will  open Chicago's 1933 World's Fair.  The National Service Loan was re  ed $400,000,000.  productions in Canada will include  ballets as well as plays. She herself  is a brilliant dancer, as those who  j saw the "Blue Bird" in London, Eng-  . i land, will remember, and her dancing  markably successful. It is estimated of j aSKa arrangements of dances at Stan-  the lists had been kept -open another; sted have been a special feature of  week there would have been subscrib- jt33e Stansted productions.  j     After playing in Montreal the com-  j pany -will move to Ottawa where the  The British Admiralty has resolved , Governor-General and Lady Bessbor-  in the interests of economy that the , ������ug������ will be presentwheu they open  , . . .   .       , "I., ���������.���������������������������,.    on December 21st,     They will play in  system which has been pretty gener-   that city for one week ���������'befor/'g5tog  ally followed   of   promoting   officers  to Toronto.   After a week in Toronto  upon retirement, or afterwards, shall during which time they will give ten  __������ _-V--VHd-h.>ri I performances, the company will spend  ne  aooixanea. three dayg |n Londottf Qnt^ g^g Ham-  An X-ray tube, taking a snap-shot ilton before entraining for the West.  in one-thousands of    a    second,   has  They open  in Winnipeg  on January  j   _.    __ ������_ a.   _..������-.  r_..     ���������_._,���������������.,_._-- : 4th for one week.  made its debut at St. Louis, Montana.      Re&Sna will be tne next city visited  Dino Grandi, Italian Foreign Minis- ! where they will, open a three day enter, stated Italy would give full sup- gagement on January 11th. Saska-  port to the disarmament conference  to������n������ Edmonton and Calgary will also  *��������� "l-__-_     ������������_1 __  _ r ___r_     1__     t___r_.tf_-_ _*__    -4*_____    <- __*___���������___ __ _v    _rvn.Mr-  In the dried out areas of the province.  jhli. ii_t_ itnaiucii HietJLiiJj; Oj.  *_c ioic-  payers of the above municipality, on  the suggestion of the secretary, a local    'Better    Farming   Society*    was  formed for  the purpose of obtaining  all available information on farming.  The   Society wilE meet  once in two  weeks  at  the most central point in  the municipality to  discuss  and  exchange ideas.   The whole programme  to be devoted   to    'Better   Farming'  discussions;  political and economical  discussions   to  be   strictly  prohibited  as they might tend to dissension and  friction,   resulting   in   waste    effort  j when through a careful study of better   farming   problems   it   would   not  only create great interest but be Of  great benefit to all.     The first meeting of the above Society will include  a paper on 'Strip Farming Methods'  used   at  Monarch,   Alberta,  and  the  members of the local society are trying to get all the available information on this subject for discussion.  "I desire to urge the formation of  similar    'Better    Farming    Societies'  Many   Besides   Aluminum   Play   An  Important Part In Construction  Aluminum is the metal most coin-  Asia "stood7 not~for The continent" of , ���������������nly   associated   with   the   building  Asia, nor for the peninsula of Asia of dirigibles such as the ne���������.  Akro__,  Minor, but for a Roman province in  that peninsula. It was to these  churches (named in verse 10) that the  Book of Revelation was primarily  written, the churches with-which Jqhn  was personally acquainted, Revelation 22. 16.      "Seven"    is   a  number  but there are.numerous other metals  playing important parts in such aircraft. On the Akron, nickel steel was-  used for outrigger fittings because of  strength; stainless steel for exhaust  manifolds i   non-magnetic   alloy   steei-  fo?ln^nhf c������^P]eteness' and there" | for control boards; plain carbon steel  ������To3S^ns??enachurches John invokes and p3ain ir������tt f������r ^s^"5*1160��������� Pur"  grace and peace from Him who is, poses; parts and fittings of monel  and who was, and who is to come, metal and of magnesium; brass for  "probably making use of a solemn-bars- bronze and copper for fuel  ^Sr^^ platinum for some navigation  an allusion to Exodus 3.14, where ��������� instruments. Duraiuminura is ussd  Jehovah reveals Himself as the | for the framework. Incidentally, the  Great  I  Am,   the  Self-existent,   and | ijg-htness  of aluminum 3s  taken  ad-  at Geneva in February.  be played in before the company goes  to the Coast where they play in Vancouver commencing on February 1st.  Last year Canada's lobster fishery  _. ^ft^, finishing    in    Victoria    the  - ... a        -.���������������._,!_   ~*  _������������__.   Aft top nnn Lady Choimondeley Company will re-  yielded   a   catch   of   over   40,726,000 tur|f eaatf playing once more In Ed-  pounds  and was  second only to the  monton, Regina, Saskatoon and Win-  salmon   fishery  in   point  of  market nipeg.      Fort William will be played  return, the value being $5,215,000.  in on the return trip. The company  will then play In Hamilton before going to make a second visit to Ottawa,  Glass of a greenish yellow hue In- and after that they will play In Kings-  vented in Germany for greenhouses is toIW I!r,0*:ky.lllle ai?<l Peterboro follow-  sald to admit a   light    that    speeds gf J*Jeh**������* win return to Toronto  germination of seeds planted underneath It.  Ex-King Alfonso    may    take  ranching, according to reports.  up  Visitor.  "You  Hay  your  master  dead.   What <Hd ho tile of?"  Footman;   "I   don't   know   yet-  -1  haven't anked  Mad-id.  hlm."--Bucn    Humor,  Their last performances will commence in Montreal on April 18th,  again at His Majesty's Theatre, and  they expect to sail home to London,  England, the week following.  Lady Choimondeley has surrounded  herself with a maost excelelnt cast, included In which will be Norman Page,  lormer dramatic head of the Royal  Academy of Dramatic Art In London,  England.  Lady Cholmomloley's husband, Lord  Choimondeley will come to Canada  early in the New Year and will return  to England with them.  It Is expected that the tour will bo  under tho distinguished patronage of  the various Lieutennnt-Governora of  each of the provinces which thc company will play In.  The wheat yield in Western Canada,  over a period of 15 years, averaged  17,5 bushels to   an   acre,   and   was  higher than that of all otlsor wheat  exporting countries.  "Travelled all over the world eh?  Went up tho Rhine, I suppose?"  "Climbed It to tho top."  "And visited the Black Sea?"  "Filled my fountain pen thoro/'  W.    'Jet.    U.    j-.fel.tt  Tho dog ban hiti clay, thc cat hia  night and tho road-hop: htiu all Nun-  day tutu-noon.  all over the droutb areas. I feel that  it would be a matter of great value  to the farmers themselves, and to the  Province of Saskatchewan, if such  meetings were held all over the  southern part of Saskatchewan, especially to study 'Better Farming  and Agricultural' problems in their  relationship to drouth and soil drifting in order to interest our people in  permanently removing the causes of  drouth conditions by intelligent and  united action.  "The whole question of climatic  conditions as affected- by^ the lack of  conservation of water and the absence of trees would invite a most  interesting field for study and discussion.  "To get material for the papers  and discussions, the members might  obtain a limited quantity from the  Department of Agriculture, Regina,  of such pamjphleta as the Report of  the Royal Commission of inquiry into  farming conditions in 1920, strip  farming, crop rotation, and many  others. Valuable pamphlets could be  obtained on tree planting ^om the  Forestry Station at Indian Head; on  many subjects from the Agricultural  College, Saskatoon, and the Experimental Fas'ms and the Department of  Agriculture, Ottawa, and the subjects of fruit growing, vegetable  growing, atopic raising, minted farming, crop rotation* grasses and clover  might well bo studied..  ���������Mt,_ might Also be possible to obtain outside .spcalcora,~say   once   a  month or one������ or twice during tho  winter. Any member of the commission on Conservation and Afforestation would bo pleased to assiut so Haas his other duties permitted.    I>ean  Shaw and members of the Extension  Department staff of tho Agricultural  College, Saskatoon, Norman Ross of  tho Forestry Station,    Indian   Hoad,  member., of the staff of tho Experimental Farms and of the Department  of Agriaultunv Regina, might be obtained. Perhaps   Professor   Kirk    of  Ottawa might too persuaded to givo a  few addresses when   he    visits    the  WG������t in* December or January. Sub-  jectw for -llf-OMHBlon    and    short   nd-  dre������se������ prepared for meetings might  be broadcast tlirougli the 'Snaltatch-  ow-au Fai-maoi-*  radio cchool.     Farm  Eternal. And from the seven Spirits  that are before the throne; again the  number seven. It is thought this is a  combination of the idea in Psalm 104.  4 with the latest Jewish Idea that the  number of the chief angels was seven.  And from Jesus Christ, who is the  faithful witness. Compare Revelation  1.2 and 3.14; and Jesus' own words,  "I bear witness to the truth," John. 18.  37. Jesus Christ the first born of the  dead (the first of the dead to "enter  life": compare Colossians 1. 18) and  the ruler of the kings of the earth (a  paraphrase of the language of the  Eighty-Ninth Psalm).  Unto Him that loveth us: "Perhaps  ohn first wrote 'loved' and then bethought him, 'Why should I say  "loved" when He loves us still? ' "  And loosed us from sin by His blood:  delivered us from sin by the shedding  of His blood on the cross. And He  made us to be. a kingdom: Christ's  followers not only inherit a kingdom;  but they are a kingdom, a society  under His Kingship. To be priests  unto His God and Father; see Exodus  vantage of not only for the actual  tody of the ship but Is used for the  stove and other gallery equipment.  The stove weighs only 110 pounds.  Another Victim io Science  TRmOntresI Doctor 2Mes of  Mysterious Infection  Second victim of a mysterious Infection picked up while doing research  work in continental universities two  years ago. Dr. Joseph B. Gallagher,  surgeon, attached to the Montreal  General hospital, died Wednesday  after long suffering. The first victim  was Dr, H. Stewart, who died six  months ago7  The surgeons, friends, went to  Europe in 1929 to do some postgraduate work in London, Berlin and  19.6. In former times other men had! Viennese   hospitals.      Both   returned  been   priests,   or  mediators   bet-ween", with a mysterious infection picked up ���������  Godland men; now such are no longer ] apparently   in   the   course   of   their  __ A_n_r_ j__r_      _V_v*    _rvr> __���������_    ________   >_ Q o    _rl_ **___.������*#���������     <_/._iap_. atrjr *r  work.   Both are now dead from blood  needed for each one has direct access  to God. To Him be the glory and  the dominion for ever and ever, unto  the ages of the ages. Compare Romans 16.27; 2 Timothy 4.18; Hebrews  13.21; 1 Peter 4.11.  Behold He cometh with the clouds:  compare Daniel 7.13; Matthew 24.30;  26.64; Mark 14.62. Every eye shall  see Him and they that pierced Him;  and all the tribes of the earth shall  mourn over Him. Even so, Amen.  "There will be two kinds of mourning, the one due to the terror of an  enemy, the other to the terror of the  penitent."���������Bengel.  j       ____. ,���������-  The Hawaiian Islands broke their  temperature record this year with a  100 degree temperature, and It happened, not ln August, but in April.  poisoning;.  Height Makes Big Difference  When you go to the top of tho  Empire State Building, New York  City, the world's tallest man-made  structure, you can see the sun rise a  half hour earlier and set a half hour  later than from the street level. That  is the difference a height of 1,248 feet  makes.  " In the historic old German meeting  house at Waldoboro, Maine, church  services, have been held regularly for-  159 years.  BONZO  By Studdy [  TUNU tv������ piamo feet.] \ -youR tsvmav'  \MSk.a.tt\AB. WSNMWHavSfV-m \  *MJ5*C TOWi_S*WXAN 'iVtt. |~'  "^1>VW.P1AK������> i��������� ^  riitmn"1  FA,. H|l   ���������"    ..���������' ;     '   ' i'     I JtgJS.VJLJfiW.  'A .���������_* i_r1>3fii������������,ii_r  ���������  ���������w j.������<JJUk_ jl. vr _* e  35.    ���������1  .   ��������� j. r  YiTY  THE HOUSE OF  BREAKS-COME-TRUE  "-',,' T;���������BY ���������  MARGARET PF.DT._-1F.  .,,.,.     _ Author Of  ���������The Splendid Folly." "Ths Hermit  Of Far End."  Eodder & Stoughton, Ltd., London.  *-!���������  CHAPTER VIII.    r  The Man From Montavan  Jean arrived in London with a good  three hours to spare before the South-  T_17.*���������������_���������#��������� _Q���������_������*_       "G^^W**/***** 1_ _.       *_--"V������?.-_l*       _-*!___������  .     _-V*.4^_  ������ r -WM* _>\_>^___������      ���������___M*:������J-_L  -rf_������f_g>^       **J^ TT ^JLJ-KvJLA      _k?AAV      jj*1*. W~  posed to travel to Devonshire, was  duo to leave Waterloo Station. She  elected, therefore, to occupy the time  by touring round the great, unknown  city of her dreams in a taxi-cab, and  spent a beatific hour glimpsing the  Abbey and the Houses of Parliament,  =and the old, grey, misty river that  Londoners love, and skirmishing in  And out of the shops to Hegent Street  -and Bond Street with her hands full  of absurd, expensive, unnecessary pur-  ���������chases only bought because this was  London and she felt she just simply  must have something English at once,  -aad winding up with a spin through  Hyde Park���������which didn't impress her  very favourably In its winter aspect  -of leafless trees and barren stretches  ���������of sodden grass.  Then she drove to a hotel, and, her  luggage deposited there to await her  'departure, her thoughts turned very  naturally towards lunch. Her scamper round London in the crisp, clear,  frosty air had converted the recollec  tion of her early morning coffee and  roll into something extremely nebulous and unsupporting, and it was  with the healthy appetite of an eager  ��������� young' mind :-__r-aa_. eager young body  that she faced theYseveral courses of  the table d'hote.  She glanced about her with interest, the little snatches of English conversation which drifted to her from  other near-by tables giving her a  patriotic thrill of pure delight. These  were typically English people lunching in a typically English hotel, and  she, hitherto a stranger to her own  mother-country, was doing likewise.  The knowledge filled her with ridiculous satisfaction.  Nor were English people���������at home  in their own country���������anything like  na dull and dowdy as Glyn Peterson's  sweeping criticisms had led her to expect. The, men were immensely well-  eroomed" and clean-looking. Sho  liked the "morning-tub" , appearance  )they all had; it reminded her of the  JEpogltshman. at Montavan. Apparently  it was a British characteristic. \  ;. The women, too, filled her with a  species of vicarious pride. They were  ao well turned-out, with a slim, long-  limbed grace of figure she found admirable, and with splendid natural  complexions���������skins like rose and  ivory.  Y Two of them were drifting into the  ioom together now,^with'a; superbly  cool assurance of manner���������rather as  though they had bought tho hotel ���������  which brought the sleek head-waiter  i-Utomatically to their side, bowing  ���������and obsequious.  ,���������' Somewhat to Jean's satisfaction he  convoyed them to the tabic next her  ovsm, and sho was pleasantly c'on-  iidous, as thoy passed her, of a provocative whisper of silk and df the  tfalnti tfragranco of violets subtly por-  raoatlng tho atmosphoro.  Mill im iiimii mini I   I     I iu   I IIHIII.IIIIH ������n  ' I Try Lydia E. Plnkhnm'a Voaotflblo Compound I  Conscious that perhaps she had  been manifesting her interest a little  too openly, she turned her attention  to a magazine she had bought en  route from Dover and was soon "absorbed in the inevitable happy-ever-  after conclusion of the story she had  been reading.  '"Lady Anne? Oh, she lives at. Staple now. Didn't you know ?'" ^. ���������  The speaker's voice was clear and  resonant, with the peculiar carrying  quality which has replaced in the  modern Englishwoman of the upper  classes that excellent thing in woman  which was the proud boast of ah  earlier generation.  The conjunction of the familiar  words "Lady Anne" and "Staple"  struck sharply on Jean's ears, and almost instinctively she looked up.  As she stirred, one of the women  glanced Indifferently in her direction,  then placidly resumed her conversation with her companion.  "It was just after the smash-up,"  she pursued glibly. "Blaise Tormarin  rushed off abroad for a time, and  the news of Nesta's death came while  he was away. Poor Lady Anne had  to write and tell him of it."  "Rather ghastly!" commented the  c _u������r woman. . __ never heard the  whole story of the affair. I was in  Paris, then, and it was all over ���������  barring the general gossip, of course!  ���������by the time I returned. I tried to  pump it out of Lady Anne once, but  she was so close as any oyster/*  Both women talked without lowering their voices in the-slightest degree, and with that complete indifference to the proximity oi a stranger sometimes exhibited by a certain  arrogant type.  Jean, realizing that it was her  father's friends "who were under discussion, and finding herself forced  into the position of an unwilling auditor, felt wretchedly uncomfortable.  She wished fervently that she could  in some way arrest the conversation.  Yet it was clearly as impossible for  her to lean forward and say: "You  are talking about the people I am oh  my way to visit," as it would have  been for her to put her fingers in her  ears. So far nothing.bad been said  to which she could actually object.  Her feelingr was chiefly "tbe offspring  of a supersensitive fear that she  might learn from the lips of these  two .gossiping: Women, -one of whom  was apparently .intimately acquainted  with the private history^0%, the Tormarin family, some little fact or detail -which Lady Anne might not care  for her future guest to know. Apart  from this fear, it wOuld hardly have  been compatible with human nature  ���������certainly hot feminine human nature���������if she had not felt pricked to  considerable personal interest in the  topic under discussion.  "Oh, it was a fool business," the  flrst woman rejoined, settling down  to supply the details of the story  with an air of rapacious satisfaction  which reminded Jean of nothing so  much as of a dog- with a bone. "Nesta Freyne was a typical Italian ���������  though her father was English, I believed���������all blazing, passionate eyes  and blazing, passionate emotion, you  know; then there was another man���������  and there was Blaise Tormarin! You  can imagine the consequence for  yourself. Blaise has his full share of  the Tormarin temper���������and a Tormarin in a temper is like a devil with  the bit between his teeth. There  were violent quarrels and finally the  girl bolted, presumably withjthe other  man.     Then, later, Lady Anne heard  WS^^li-Zg  $A o t "fjjfe r^Kir. o;W--  rva 5 ^j^MjSj*^sMjo>^  Wm^mW^WM  gS^_i^iiJ_4y*^-OjI^  ____...iv. ..���������/.- -.''; :; ������������������ . '���������'^'.yy:'y'y:-- ��������� ��������������������������������������������� ''.:��������� ;'-T.y  ^l----^^_r^--------^  -Y- ; T T->^������tamins; A; and' D .;  China As Usual For World Cruisers  longings from the hotel to Waterloo  Station, but when this had been satisfactorily accomplished and she  found herself comfortably settled in a  corner seat of the Plymouth express,  her thoughts reverted to her newly  acquired knowledge.:  It added a bit of definite outline to  "_H-io    *r__ht*������r   ei _������**_-4*     __n*_    a>io-.rvnnp   t_^+m������^  *������������������>-* *   **"���������*_ mar+A.mpm*,*,       ���������-���������.__ __       M_VMUV. JT ������T _ -_   . Ul U  she had been able to form of-her future environment���������a picture roughly  sketched in her mind from the few  hint-? dropped ty her father.  She wondered a little why Glyn  should have omitted ail mention of  Blaise Tormarin's love affair and its  unhappy sequel, but a moment's reflection    supplied    the    explanations  IDnt-A-M^*.      mm. _*. -3      ���������Jl���������**.*. X       _._ A.     BA.     ������,.���������-,���������  .���������     A,  .,  ���������  _. o������. _. ������.K? v. &x axc-fVI.  amni8.tcu   CIXCLL 1L>   W������l_S   l_ __L1  years since he had heard from Lady  Anne; presumably, then, the circumstances just recounted in Jean's hearing had occurred during those years.  Jean felt that the additional knowledge she had gained rather detracted  from the prospective pleasure of her  visit to Staple. Judging from the  comments which she had overheard,  her host -was, likely to prove a somewhat morose and gloomy individual,  soured by his unfortunate experience  of feminine fidelity.  Thence her thoughts vaulted wildly ahead. Most probably, as a direct consequence, he was a woinan~  hater and, if so, it was more than  possible that he would regard her  presence at Staple as an unwarrant-  able intrusion.r..-..;.���������*������������������>��������� -_.y- ^  A decided qualm assailed her, deepening quickly into a settled conviction  ���������Jean was nothing if not thorough!  ���������that the real explanation in the delay in Lady Anne's response to Glyn's  letter had lam in Blaise Tormarin's  objection to-the invasion of his home  by a strange young -woman���������an objection Lady Anne had had to overcome, or decide to ignore, before she  could answer Glyn's request in the  affirmative.  (To Be Continued).  "S*sa_aco_-_a'ai!*'^Pij&ser- Gives intimate  { :������������������. t Glimpses Of Cruise Life  Despite -the current troubles in  Manchuria, .arrangements are being  made as usual for the entertainment  of the Cunarder "Francohia's" world  cruise passeng-ers in the Chinese capita! ne_?t spring. The great cruise  liner will call at Chinwangtao on  April 10th from which port her passengers will visit Pekin and the Great  Wall of China.  Enthusiastic tribute to the excellence of Chinese railways, comfort on  trains, good cuisine in the dining-cars,  effLciency of train operation, was paid  by T. H. Cullum, purser of the  "Franconia,"' who is proceeding to  New York to rejoin his ship for his  seventh cruise around the world. "The  visit to China is always a delightful  revelation to our cruise passengers.  They are surprised at the great comfort of the hotels in cities like Pekin  and Tientsin, and . the . courteous reception everywhere in China."  An interesting option of journeying across Siberia from Vladivostock  instead of crossing the Pacific homeward, is offered to the Cunarder's  passengers. The trip takes 20 days  from Japan via the great trans-  Siberian Railway (now so much in  the public eye), including stop-over  at Harbin, Moscow, Warsaw and Berlin. Another intriguing variation of  the cruise itinerary is the famous  "magic carpet" flight by airplane to  EXCESS FAT iS A  DANGER TO HEALTH!  ' Insurance ^Companies are apt to  reject applications of overweight men  and women���������they can't afford to  take any risks.  * Good* health cannot long be maintained where there's excessive weight.  Fat is apt to shorten life, and constipation, impaired mental activity,  loss of energy and strength are but  a few of many complaints which  sometimes ; arise* ia overweight men  and. women.  Why not lose this superfluous fat���������  regain glorious health and good looks  again-���������simply take a half teaspoonful  of Kruschen Salts in a glass of hot  water every morning before breakfast.  Kruschen is the safe and healthy way  to reduce, based on scientific principle.  The slenderizing action of Kruschen  can be speeded by cutting out fatty  meats, pastries, and going light ca  butter, cream  and potatoes.  Kruschen helps blood, nerves, glands  and body organs to function properly  again���������you gain amazing new strength  and energy���������feel years younger���������look  better, work better. Why postpone  attractiveness and superb health?���������  start the Kruschen treatment to-day 1  home.  WV._-.Y_I  rt- <  Lots  rt     v. _._  of   people  ty_ _ _������ 1 inn 11 Ti-  spend  ���������Fo _���������__  far  $1,750,-   in   five ..months,   at  home  in  -���������_     _i  __     ���������_,-���������������___-      ���������-__,-_ America" declared Mr. Cullum. "Ex-  Bagdad and Babylon, oyer the strange  tra expenses,  if  one  is  moderate  in  rums  of ^ancient civilizations. I ones* shopping, need not exceed $500,  Tij^i.    there   1_?   8.-   HTiin___������   nsnt������r   ri?*** I 'Kut       *���������������_������������_���������* hinor       rienonda       __ti        __������_������.*__  through the jungles of Indo-China, to  the celebrated and incredible temple  of Angkor, from Bangkok and on to  Saigon, the Paris of the East.  But Bali, in the Dutch East Indies,  is the high-spot of the cruise, according to Purser Cullum. Here all  the exotic charms of the East have  been exploited efficiently by the  Dutch, long recognized as ideal colonizers. It is an unforgettable experience to watch the Bali temple  dancers perform their strange dances  of subtle rhythms and curious music,  xhe "Franconia" was the first big  ship to call at this out-of-the-way  outpost of civilization.  Being purser on the. great cruise  liner is no sinecure. His elaborate  programme of entertainment for passengers while at sea includes, tournaments at various games, cabaret  shows, contests, movies and lectures.  Besides a cruise director with several assistants, there is a competent  educationist on board in the person  of Dr. C. C. Batchelder, of Boston,  who gives morning lectures while at  sea, on the history, geography, and  general characteristics of each place  to be visited.      He also gives expert  tastes. Some passengers take the  "Franconia" world cruise every year,  because it is an actual economy and  a really marvellous holiday as well.  One of my passengers has been  around the world six times, another  four times, and several have done it  twice or three times. Last year every  passenger at nay table had been  around the world with us before."  Had fight with husband  Another quarrell Shenl. oulct tutoc LycHji  ErWoltltain's Vegetable Compound to  case those licui. aches��������� heailachca thac  mftj-.pj.cr tier vowa J .nritable wnd ftfouchyy  m  pmm  W.    N.    U.    1010  that she had died abroad somewhere.  The funny thing is that it seemed to  cut Tormarin up rather badly. He's  gloomed about the world ever since,  so I suppose he must have been pretty deeply in love with her before tho  crash come. I never saw her, but  I've been told she was diabolically  pretty.'!  The other woman laughed, dismissing the tragedy of the littlo tale  with a shallow tinkle of mirth.  "Oh, well, I've only met Bla!se  Tormarin once, but ;I should say he  was not the typo to relish being  thrown ovor for ''another man!" She  peered nhort-s-lghtbdly at tho grilled  flsh on hor plate, poking at it discontentedly with hor fork. "I novor  think they cook their flsh decently  here, do you?" sho complained.  And, with that, both women shelved thc affairs of Blaise Tormarin and  concentrated upon tho variety of culinary sins from which ������von expensive  hotel chefs aro not necessarily exempt.  Jean had no time to bestow upon thc  information which had boon thus  thrunt upon her until sho had offoct-  od tho tranoport of horaolf and hor bo-  Nation-Wide Fame. ��������� There is  scarcely a corner of this great Dominion where the merits of Dr.  Thomas' Eciectrlc Oil have not been  tried and proved. It .is one of the  world's most efficient" remedies for  sore throat, lame back and many  other ailments arising from inflammation. Rubbed on the skin its healing power is readlljr absorbed, and it  can be taken internally.  I f :_.������.ia H_r_l E 8BT-��������� W-JL I  j &tii.u��������� fl6i|i5 1 wi  mid ?.een j  "For ye have not received the  spirit of bondage again to fear; but  ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father."  ���������Romans viii. 15.  O love, Thy sovereign aid impart,  To   save   me   from,   low-thoughted  care;  Chase   this  self-will  through all  my  heart,  _L-irCUg-l  SUj.  xx.o   latcui   x__a__ca   uicic,  Make me Tby duteous child, that I  w ^ Ceaseless may "Abba, Father"  cry!  advice on bow to get the*most out of j ../      ������������������Gerhard Tersteegen.  each . projected   visit,:  what   best   to  New  Use  For  Ice  Invention May Bo Valuable In Raising Sunken Submarines  A new    device    isponsored    by    a  Swiss company Is expected to prevent  ships from sinking by freezing incoming water at the point of entry  in damaged hulls. A special refrigerating apparatus working under pressure with ammonia is placed over  brealis in the hull. Through the resultant formation of ice the opening  is obstructed and tho ship is rendered comparatively safe. The invention  is expocted to be especially valuable  in raising sunken submarines.    .  A safe and sure medicine for a  child troubled with worms is Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.  Made Rash Promise,  Thoro are times tjbat.npt only try  men's patience but tholr .good resolutions. Ono man In Toronto promised  his pastor that ho would give 25 cents  to tho church missionary fund every  time ho said "damn." But times have  been hard and "damn's" frequent. So  tho man-wont to his pastor and Bald:  "Padre, this Is getting to bo a  nuisance. How much will you take  for a season's ticket?"  wear, eat, drink, etc. In general, be  acts as adviser "par excellence."  After each place visited, he projects  lantern slides of scenes to serve as  "memory pictures," before proceeding to lecture on the next place to be  called at; The morning "Travel  Forums," as they are called, are always well attended by passengers  want to get the most out of each  point    visited.  Many people imagine that the heat  experienced during a world cruise  must be terrific. But Purser Cullum  claims that he has never felt as  much discomfort anywhere in all his  travels as he has experienced in New  York city during typically hot American summer weather. Leaving New  York on a frozen January day, the  cruise liner soon runs into the Gulf  Stream, heading for mild Madeira.  Throughout January, the liner is  cruising the warm Mediterrannean  where light clothes are aiL that are  needed.  The hottest part of the voyage is  between Suez and Manila. People begin to wear whites in the Red Sea.  Evening clothes are of the lightest  material; the men wear a sort of  white mess-jacket with a "Kamer-  band" around the waist, and ordinary evening dress trousers. Many  passengers purchase their tropical kit  in Bombay where prices are very low.  They have themselves measured when  the ship arrives and, when their Indian tour of nine days concludes at  Bombay again, their clothes are ready  waiting for them. "Palm Beach"  clothes, silks, and tropical cottons,  are to be had very cheaply all ovor  the East, particularly in Japan and  China.  Fairly heavy tweeds, a heavy overcoat, and a raincoat, are also necessary for visits to hilly districts in  Japan and India, and for crossing  the Atlantic and Pacific in some  parts.  "Many people think that a world  cruise la expensive, but, ih actuality,  it is often much cheaper to use tho  "Franconia"   for   five   months   as    a  .      >.     .    ........        _.������ .������     J.l������ n     ...^.������.l ._     t..     r*t-..l_  paiauiu juui__t-, owu uj.v-  ������vu*i>* ���������������������.������ "v*1-!  and live like a king, U .an to stay at  What, we need is the spirit of adoption, whereby we cry "Abbai, Father."  Then there will be no mor. fear,���������  neither fear of man, nor fear of God,  nor fear of sin, nor fear of death,  nor fear of what follows death. When  we are God's children, living in our  Father's house, reconciled to Him, at  peace with Him, with His love shed  abroad in our hearts, then all fear is  taken away; then our work is easy,  our way onward.���������James Freeman  Clarke.  Persian Balm���������the delight of dainty femininity. Imparts a fragrant  charm to the complexion. Tones up  the skin and makes it velvety soft in  texture. Cooling, refreshing, it Is  delightful to use. Never leaves a vestige of stickiness. Invaluable for  hands, face, and as a hair fixative.  Wonderfully soothing and protective.  Especially recommended in cases of  roughness, or < chafing caused by  weather conditions.  Difficult For Communists  Reds Find It Almlst Impossible To  Meet In  Cities  It's getting tougher and tougher  for Communists in Canada, Jacob  Penner, Communist candidate for  mayor at Winnipeg, told an audience  he was addressing in a public school.  "There is not a single town In the  east where a meeting of this nature  is possible," he said, "not In a public  or private. hall.  "And in tho west, particularly in  Mooso Jaw, Calgary, Edmonton and  Vancouver, even the unemployed aro  not allowed "to assemble.  "Winnipeg is still one exception  where the Communists can pour out  their idoas to their heart's content,"  I10 r,oncodod.   "but. bnw lnnw will  th.������  last?"   *M*" ���������*���������������!���������������Ml IIImmWmm**M*ymmmmmWmm*mm**Ammm*mmmmm ������l������lWl -���������-__HMII_WMl _WIW__>-WMMM_llMj>  An avorago man would soon attain  porfocUon if ho followed the advice  ho hands out to his nolghbora.  Nerves A Complete Wreck  Sat Up Half The Night  Mrs. JohnRut.t-,I_tt_l_ Lake, Ont,, writes:���������"I w&o  troubled no much with my nervca I was a complete  wreck.  I could nob do my work, and would have to ait  up half the night on account of nob being able to  nleop.  One day n friend recommended Milburn'a Heart  and Nerve Pills. I usotl one box am! got relief,  nnd by the time I hnd takon six boxes X was aa well  n������ over."  _    Mold afc nil drill. *nd t������n_r������l utorna, or m������H. it dlrco* on ������������������oelpt of ptltm by Tb* T. HUIbtUA  *!**,Xtd., Toronto, Chit,  :Mt__i_u&.  ;..!...:..., ���������h r,A.a.Tl,r.,,,y,;  wpiwvffpp*i f^m ly&mt iffi^si.^^f ^mtfrw*^**^^^*]^  Prico 50c a box ' .14
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There is no better way of
remembering distant friends
than by calling, them over the
long-distance telephone. Greetings or messages of congratulation have a deeper ring __ of
sincerity when they are carried
by the voice. They have a
personal appeal that nothing
else can give.
Some     far-off   friend    would
appreciate a greeting from you
over the long-distance telephone this Christmas. Long
Distance is ready to   tell   you
how urach the call will cost and
when is the best time to make
The Idaho wheat farmers also having a surplus wherewith to
heard another piece of possible pay off the national debt, one
good news * last month in an' year witnessing a pay-off at the
announcement from Spokane that' rate of over a million dollars per
a site had been purchased,, and week,
plan? are being made for the
erection of a $100,000 plant in
that city by the Whole Wheat
Products Company. The company is in possession of a process
whereby whole wheat syrup, made
from whole wheat, beet sugar and
flavoring, can be turned out,
along with some 300 other food
products, and these can be sold
at competitive prices with similar
products; For the grade of wheat
necessary for this processing
purpose $1 a bnshel can readily
be paid say the sponsors of this
proposed new products company.
Ynftfonaif Talonhnnii   Hn
1%VV1UIIUJ       I UlUJJflUIEU1      Will
Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.
Subscription:    $2.50 a vear in advance:
$3.00 to U.S. points.
C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.
nSpSv&E BSvEwmf
Over in the Okanagan they are
thoroughly  convinced that John
Ruskin    was right in his famous
observ ation that * There's hardl v
anything in the world  that  some
man  cannot   make   a   little   bit
worse and sell a bit cheaper���and
those who consider price alone are
his victims."    At Armstrong and
Vernon,    particularly,   it's   poor
uuiuci   b_,iipj_>ct_.  _i_ _i.tj-_._j    tucpialiie
that   is   causing   all   the  grief.
According to the Vernon News at
one time  late last  month  while
the very fine Okanagan butter,
with its rich nutty flavor, was retailing at 30 cents a pound, some
Vernon store keepers were offering Alberta creamery  butter at
19   cents    with buyers aplenty.
Action-has alreaqy been taken to
secure some protection   by petition to the legislature asking  that
in future  butter packages - must
state   whether the contents are
supposed to be first,  second or
third    grade.    At   present there
appears to be no classification in
butter   except   as   between   the
dairy and creamery articles,  and
it may be of interest  to krow
"Considering the prairie buying power" is a fanilair expression these days in finding sonsol-
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(tUUU      l4Ji.'     xirox s    uuswustauiuij
fruit prices. With wheat at between 50 and 60 cents it is not
hard to figure out the financial
standing of the grain grower, and
it would look as if the prairie live
stock man is   not  much   better.
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Herald from Glen wood, southern Alberta, we read:" "The
largest shipment of livestock
of the season went out Wednesday from Glen wood C.P.R
stockyards. 302 head of hogs
made up a double deck of feeders
and one car of butchers. Two
double deek cars of sheep and
two carloads of beef cattle.
accounting for a total of 1219
head of hogs and sheep. Ordinary prices of other years would
have brought the farmers $19,000.
Commercial values of to-day
brought $4,200."
Lack of experience, inaccuracy in
shooting;, combined with excellent defence play by their Opponents were the
deciding factors in Kimberley high
school girls* win over Creston at basketball at Kimberley ��n November 28th,
according to the papers in that town.
Here's what they have to say:
Hirnber.ey Courier: McDougall h^ll
was again packed Saturday night with
basketball fans, when the Kimberley
high school girls and boys ptayed against
the Creston girls and Cranbrook boys.
The girls' game was ably refereed by
Will Orchard. Our girls had it over or_
the Creston team in height and weight,
but the outside team had some good
combination and would have given
ihe high school girls a better run for
their money if the Creston girls' shoot .
ing had not been so wild.
Kimberley Press. McDougall hall on
Saturday night saw the Kimberley high
school g. _ Is in action against a team from
Creston.. It was an interesting game to
watch, but the Kimberley girls had
obviously more  experience  and scored
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The Creston girls were all triers, but
were up against a good defence and hard
working forwards, who gave them no
rest. The score at the finish of 29 to 6,
was just about the run of the game.
J.N ��a.i_.uS|j is l��j  vuw   <_��*_.    Jrna:
I parlor question tomorrow, and in
the   campaign   for   and   against
these thirst-quenching emporiums
the Nakusp News has taken quite
an active part on behalf of the so-
called "drys.*'    Editor Stanley is
particularly curious to know why
those favoring heer are not telling
the voters that the dispensaries of
the amber fluid will mean better
business conditions   in   Nakusp.
By  way   of accounting for this
silence the News points out that
earlier in the yearSilverton voted
for beer on the plea that business
would be petter, while in October
Silverton residents were sending
Victoria a petition demanding the
starting up of unem ploy ment  relief work or   providing   the   un-
employecTwith the equivalent  of
the British dole.
Miss Fleetwood, her brother and sister,
take this means of thanking friends for
their many kindnesses shown during the
illness and after the death of their
Miss White takes this opportunity of
thanking Dr. Olivier, Nurse Yurick and
Nurse Downes for their excellent
attention and many kindnesses, and also
her many friends for their kindnesses,
wishes and flowers during her recent
stay at Creston Valley pubiic hospital.
In connection with the recent drive
and dance the directors of Creston
Valley Public Hospital take this means
of expressing their appreciation cf all the
help so cheerfully given, and would
particularly thank: Kiteheher Ladies*
Committee;.. Women's Institute, United
Church -Ladies' Aid.'Village Commissioners: Agricultural Association ladies, Burns
& Company, Creston Review, W. G.
iiendy, _ .Blossom Temple _ Pythian
Sisters, (Ureston Dance Jband, itegv ��_ast-
lake, and K. Wallace on behalf of the
Boswell committee.
consists   in.
you earn.
spending less  than
re t	
aa   t_��y
save ____,��neys yon ttave taken a
long step toward contentment.
���We pay interest on Savings bal��
ances and shall welcome your
Capital Paid Up $20,000,60��
Reserve Fund $20,000-300
Creston Branch
R. J. Forbes, Manager
Banking by Mail
VOU may safely send your deposits
-^- to this hank by mail. Every deposit
fey  mail  will be  given  ��areful  and
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von Thrill
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CRESTON���11-00 a.m., Matins.
At this time when we  are urg-
all subscribers who are in arrears
that the legal distinction between Ifco square up before  yuletide,   we
Missing���A 3-year old red and white
cow with calf. Cow' has a white face and
is branded S.J. on right hip. Was ranging at Lister. Please commnnicate with
sn acknowledgment by return post.  398
CRESTON        -     *-'       - J. S. W.CLOWES,Manager
Branches at Nelson, Invermere, Cranbrook, Fernie
these two is that creamery butter
shall contain not more than 16
por 'cent, moisture, while the
dairy sort may have 27 pe cent,
moisture-in other words, water.
In addition to being able to
plow, cultivate and sow grain all
at one and the same time, next
year it will be popsible to combine
with this trio of operations the
all important detail of fertilizing-.
Operators on the dyked lands
just across the Idaho line have
been appraised of the availability of a drill attachment for
the placing uf the fertilizer in the
ground at the seeding operation.
The attachment will cost in the
neighborhood of $60. This information is brought to the Idaho
wheat growers by a representative of the Consolidated Mining
& Smelting Company fertilizer
plant who is hoping to bo able to
Hiipply the demand for this
product, although in 11)31 the
entire make of Trail fertilizer waa
readily Hold in Canada.
are particularly grateful to the
Kaslo Kootenaian for the following gem: "It is said that the
best way to preserve apples in
winter is to wrap them in newspapers so as to exclude the air.
The exception is made, however,
that the newspaper must be, one
on which the subscription has
been paid, else the dampness resuming from what is "dew" may
result in spoiling the fruit."
F$r be it from us to attempt to
rob our Conservative friends of
any of the satisfaction   they   are
getting out of the splendid reception accorded Premier Ben-
net's national service loan of
$150,000,000 which, within a
week, waa over subscribed a
matter of $65,000,000. But we
would just like to observe that
during the years of Liberal rule
at Ottawa no such appeals were
ever necessary. In fact, instead
of borrowing money the then
finance minister, the late. Hon.
Jas, Robb, was in  tho habit of
Pursuant to the provisions of Section
11 of this Act. notice ia hereby given of
the appointment of VICTOR BRIXA
of Creaton. B.C., as pouadkoeper of the
pound established in tho Erickson district in the Creaton Electoral District.
Tne location of the pound premises is
ns follows: Lot 1, Map 1456, D.L. 491,
Kootenay District.
Miniate, of Agriculture.
Deportment of Agriculture,,
Victoria, B.C.
Nov. 30th, 1931.
Silfldi      IFuB      BbSwB
Erickson Land
No. C-aflli      Tw.ro        OaH.i
Aovoh       Uown,     Prlco      Prlco
Block 31  fi       $2Bf.        $BS0       flfiOO
27    7\4     260 7R0 700
21 ��ms    aoo       800       750
32,. 10 300       1000 000
Block 32 makes idonl canning
factory   site,   right   next   to
Erlclcaon BtdHnig.
Chinook j Alia*
S% Dlf-wouml iillowH*] JVom CiimIi Prl<!<. io
Crouton V��lloy HoHplfcnl.
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Old Country
Pacific Coast
You may stay three months on every
return ticket to Eastern Canada ana
Central  States, and ftve months on
Old   Country tickets   purchased be- ���
tween   Deo.   1st  and January 15th.
Pacific Coast tickets on sale certain
dates d uring Deo., Jan. and Feb. are
good for return until April 15, 1032.
A tiv Canadian Pnctfsc Agent will gladly_ give fn!!
information, &r write '
G. D. BROPHY* District Passenger
Agent, Calgary, Alta.
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\mWWa%m'*mV'mmm'WamrtaWmam��*amrVm^ THJl Yi.JKJ_STO-N    RKVIMW  SRCif ^XSS:XS:^S!^^^^^_%^_%_l:^_S_l!^j8C  <**.  CHRISTMAS   GIFT   SHOWING ������  All our Christmas Goods are  yout inspection  out  for  'I V  Help the little girls "win in the Doll Competition fc?  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STO  THIS  RBXALL .STORE    . ���������  GEO. H.lJ_ELiry  secretary. As tne paid up membership  is "below the minimum there will be no  delegate at this year's B.C.F.G.A. convention, but W. G. Littlejohn -was un:  animously re-elected directsr on the  central executive. Definite action was  taken in endorsing a resolution emanant-  Ing from Nelson board of trade, asking  for a reduction on freight rates on boxed  apples. Various other resolutions to  come before the convention were -also  discussed, there being quite an animated  debate on the one dealing with byproducts.  Si%. *S.   Jjr-TM.   __K.JW. >w-    ���������_������(.  J������t_������������.   JKJ������.    JOCM*.   JHM.   .SKJWC    JW.JW.    JKW.    JKM.  __. ____-__���������_-.__.-__ ��������� __.- __._ __.- __.. __,-__. -���������__.__.. _____.-���������_-.__.-__._ __..__.-__.-__..__.. JL. __,.__..__..__���������___ A-A. __.__.- ______  E  usiness Oete  THE  BEST   EQUIPPED   SS!SiNESS  6atLE9������  !H   SP.STSSH   GSL'JKBiA  __. m*r*\iwA>-Wvmvv*m%rmr        dm.   WWV\0tv  Commence Any Time  SOUND COMMERCIAL TRAINING IN  Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Commer.  rial English, Commercial Law, Commercial Atithmetic, Com'  mercial Spelling, Filing and General Office Procedure.  A BSITI  UMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE  FOR BRITISH COLUMBIANS.  THE COLLEGE IN WHICH STUDENTS EITHER  WORK OR LEAVE.  NEW TERM COMMENCES JANUARY4th, 1932  For particulars write P.O. Box 14. NELSON, B.C.  lyiyiyiyiyi^iyi^mpiy >^iy������^������y*y*^|>������'f^y������y"y������y*<y������y>^i*y''f ������y^������y^|."<f*y������^������^"V'y-  Local and Personal  Harold Speers of Trail is a visitor here  this week with bis parents, Mr. and  Mrs. S. A. Speers.  W. M. Vance of Nelson, a former  manager here far the Associated  Growers, was a. weekend guest of Mr.  and Mrs. W. Eraser.  F. H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  Lis tin g-s fiolici bed.  CRESTON,    B.C.  Notice  of Intention to Apply  to Purchase Land.  Father L. Choinel will  say   Mass   at  10.30  ana. at Holy Cross  Church,  on  55UIJll!S,'g   i/SL'dH !}6i*  m e*A,m  a .���������%T,rm\  .=. w mi ������_ a  In  Nelson Land Recording District of  West Kootenay and situate north of  International Boundary and West of  Lot 774.  TAKE NOTICE that wo. Geo. Hus-  Hus roft and Jap. MacDonald of Creston.  B.C.; occupation/forest rangers; intend  to ajfply for permission to purchase the  following described lands: Commencing  at a post planted at the North<������aBt corner  of Lot 1004, thence weBt 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  GEO. HUSCROFT.  JASfMncDONALD.  Da?ed November 2nd, 1981.  Shoe Repairing  All Work Guaranteed  Work ready when  promised.  Charges ?������&$&&&&!&.���������  Satisfaction guaranteed.  ____ ^Mp iSM&fmAwjtmS AmWm dfJA BBB  tSr^mkW   MWmW Mm   aa%MOaW**mmmm.m  Shoe and  Harttcsn   Repairing  B*XStoS3&si@������*  H. Lavasseur and C. Barr of Pincher  Creek, Alberta, were here on a visit with  Mr. and Mrs. A; Simpson last week.  C.P.R.   tie   inspector,     _  _.___._. .  _ .   .   _   .  usse  Inst  W.     Moore,  Grand   Forks, -.-.-������-.  *. v<__t.ur  week. ������������������:..������������������  Mr and Mrs. H. Lavasseur and Mrs.  Simpson spent a few days in Spokane  last week, making the trip by motor.  Miss  Helen Browell of Canyon was  here at the weekend, a guest of Miss  Beatrice Molander.  iuam.aama*mmammmm**a*aeaaama*aa***a*aaaamaa*BaBaa*aa'a~mVtt&fB*w*~m:BBVTa~a.*a~mBufj������  s  5  B  a  m:  \J\JJr\&^mf     111.  the BIN than  cold   in  H    _______    *mT%  the  Place your order now  and be ready for Old  Man   Winter.  /.  Mr. and Mrs.  _.!___���������.   V,:  K.  Lavasseur  and CJ.  Barr, who have been guests, of her  parents, returned to Pincher Creek on  Friday.  Miss Rose Lorenzo of Yahk arrived on  Friday on a visit with Mr. auu Mrs.  Duncan weston.  , -B.WH V %^ B  __  Sole agent for GAM COAL,  ��������� !������������������-_-_ aU���������'��������� _"��������������������������� a'aavffa ������������������'���������'_ ���������������������������-'���������_������'_���������!__���������������_-_���������__���������_���������___��������������� ��������� ���������'__������-__������������-���������>���������������������������������������������-!!-���������;���������::::;::;!;  .__������������������___.__._l.__l.__.__.A..  __-__h-_-V-.i__-i____-__k___A_____-__l-k  Vital statistics for November show the  valley to have had sis births, two deaths  and two marriage licenses were issued.  The Armistice sale of poppies and  poppy wreaths in the Valley, under  Legion auspices, amounted to about $65.  The old reliable Christmas goose  shooting match is set for Wednesday  aitemoon next, 16th, at the Fred Boffey  ranch.  An unofficial estimate has it that  there'.are still fifteen cars of apples left in  the valley, practically all of which are in  warehouse storage.  Jack Montgomery, an oldtime resident at Porthill, died at Creston Valley  public hospital on Friday and the body  was taken in charge by the Oddfellows'  lodge in that town, of which deceased  was 3 member.  Rev. T. Scott is leaving on Monday  for a few days stay at Crapbrook prior  to leaving on Friday for Kelowna where  on Sunday he will be ordained into the  priesthood at the church of St. Michael's  and All Angels, with the Bishop of  TKootenay conducting the ceremonies.  At thc December meeting of Creston  Valley public hospital board Wednesday  evening, announcement was, made that  the recent drive to clear the hospital tf  debt had resulted in raising $681 clear of  nil expenses, all of which were Incurred  in connection with thedance and the $50  given in cash prizes in connection with  the drawing conteBt. The ticket sales  in the various district*, were; Creston,  $282. Erickson, $80. Camp Lister-  Huscroft, $14. Canyon, $126, Wynn-  <uu., $3<_, Siraur, $_ At Boswell $54  was realized at a hospital benefit dance,  nnd at Kitchener $60 was realized at a  dance given by tho huiiou in aid of tho  drive. T-.e Pythian Sisters, who put on  the supper in connection with dance  !wbr������ able to turn iri $57 aa a result of  -tiblr effort.':. '  There wait quite a good turnout of  orchardists on Wednesday afternoon at  Trinity Church hall for the annual  meeting of Creston Valley local of the  B.C. Frillt Grower. Association. Tho  chair was occupied by J, W. Hamilton,  wlfhO-'B. Twigg, district, 48Hcultur!Ht,  who wiib hero from Cranbrook, acting ns  Col.  Fred Lister,   M.P.P,   of  Camp  T  ?������������������(-.._.      .r......    t_-v>_-     .������������.       -.       !_....������-.._._.      _.-___       _.!--  _ji_vci,   rrt������._  hue   \t.i    a.    iiuudiu)}    bl 1(J     LUC  latter part of the week.  Miss Vivian Langlois, who attends  business college at Nelson; spent the  weekend at her home hers returned  Monday.  Miss Antoinette Viau, who has spent  the past five months with her uncle and  aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Foisy, returned  to her home at Park Siding on Monday.  Adam Robertson returned to Creston  on Friday. He has been teaching at the  public school for a couple of weeks.  Miss White returned on Sunday and  took charge as usual on Monday.  C. R. Paulson and C. Schaffer of  Spokane were business visitors on Sunday, returning on Monday.  Mrs. D. Weston and daughter, Eileen,  Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Blair and family,  Miss Beatrice Molander and Claude  Simpson, were at Creston for the weekend, guests of Mr.   and   Mrs.   Maione.  Jack Davis was a Cranbrook visitor at  the weekend.  Mr. and Mrs. Black were at home to a  company of igh school students on  Thursday night. The guests -were  Beatrice Molander, Vera McGonegal,  Claude Simpson, Denis Bush, Richard  Molander and Willard Blair.  A party of about,17 treated, Mr ���������. and  Mrs. Fritz, Molander to an oldtime  charivari bh Saturday * night. Refreshments were served and a'very enjoyable  time was spent by all, the gathering  breaking up in., the wee hours of the  morning.  The Community Bridge Club had a  social evening on Saturday, at which the  high score prizes were won by Mrs. G.  A. Hunt and Marcel Senesael, and  second.prizes went to Mrs. B. Johnson  and Mr. B. Black. A dainty lunch was  served at midnight, and there was a  couple of hours dancing to round ont the  evening.  Mrs. C. Senesael was'hostess on  Saturday at a miscellaneous shower in  honor of Mrs. Fritz Molander (nee  Beryl Taplin), whose marriage took  place November 21st. The guests were  Mrs. B. Johnson, Mrs. E. Driffil, Mrs.  Bishop Black, Mrs. A. Simpson, Mrs. G.  Hunt, Mrs. N. P. Molander, Mrs. Elmer  Blair, Mrs Chas. Bush, Mrs. H. Bohan,  Mrs. D. Weston, Mrs. C. Foisy, Mrs. A.  LePage, Mrs. D. Hanky, Misses Laura  Andeen, Olga Nelson, Clara Hunt,  Beatrice Molander, Vera and Hazel  McGonegal, Myrtle Anderson, Mrs. N.  K. Devlin, Mrs. L. Nowlin, Mrs. A.  Howard and Mrs. F. Molander. The  bride was remembered with many useful  gifts, and a very pleasant afternoon was  spent at bridge, after which a dainty  lunch was served. The winners at  bridge were Mrs Hunt and Mrs. N. P.  Molander.  <��������� -'__���������____���������������������������-���������_���������*_��������������������������������������������� -_Kw_B-rB-jri.av*r������nr_  r. Kane  *B������\������  __k_4lM^__ft_A*-___rift__B__S_____i  4  4  a  4  "ST 4.     m~r ***.**.'*     ������_������_ 4-_*-_*. Ja\     mm. ������������������������ ������l_3 * _���������*.___.       __..-������-������������    U.'.v.U _im. +**.++     ������.*���������_���������    ������*._>_.���������_������-_.������_,���������������������  ii jvu iuicuu vu._-\-._._-g;   ucw uuimiuga ui  ivrptnt-  ing old ones aov? is the time So do so.  / have reduced, the Price on all No. 1 Dimensions, Boards and  Shiplkp $3.GO per thousand.  I sell No. I XXX Shingles in Five Thousand lots  at $3.50 per thousand,  I also have a good supply of CEMENT, BRICK and  GYPROC on hand.  -WE? SI  'rTTt'T'T'yT'T'rT'rT'rff'  ��������� WW vv  IW������BIWPMM*V������MIMF������������flMWt^������M.  ���������w-9  .**A___M*_i_U_-A_____Ai������_k_l_������A������^4k__AM^^  ��������� _ft__4 ��������� -fc.i A i ift ��������� A*.  For a CHRISTMAS GIFT  what could be more appreciated than a  tom _%*. rSriAi  a ���������*���������**���������& ~m  It will spread, more than any other gift, all the  warmth of Christmas. We can give your requirements prompt attention with clean well prepared  JEWEjljL COAL, of high quality, and prompt,  courteous service.  EST0N  TRANSFE  P.O. BOX 79  ALBERT DAVIES  PHONE 13  *fwwwwm>*m"'w  ���������ff T-  '^���������VT'r'T-.'T't'.'.     -  ���������W*fw m -^  imFmmmwmmmn''*?*^mTFwa*rm*Faaya  ly.yiy.y.y.^.yH.y.y.y.  'T't'f g'T'vr'f y^'y'g'y'ft'f  Christmas  Time Ib here AgymSaa  This is your invitation  to   see   my   Christmas  display.   I have a nice  assorttpent of  PRESENTS  for thc  LADIES  GENTS  GIRLS  BOYS  It will pay you to see  my display firs!:.  V. MAWSON  CRESTON  Mow is the Time!  In the coming six months your house will be  your warmest friend.  Is your Furnace in proper  working order  If not, let ub make it sc 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 tho Plumbing problem, it is easily  settled now, as prices on fixtures are lower now than over before.  Give us a call, and we ill gladly come and, with figures, convince  you, that we sell cheaper than any mail order house, and that tho  quality is better.   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TRAIL, British Columbia  MA^!^JF?��������� ������f Ammonium Phosphate  ELi^iNT Sulphate of Ammonia  Chemical Fertilizers Triple Superphosphate  Sold by NATIONAL FRUIT CO., NELSON  PRODUCERS & REFINERS  of  TAD AN AC  Brand  Electrolytic  __. _- ������������������ ^___y_ ajj^j______ __ __*_ m_ ri_ ______ i.^_m____i______i_i_i  LEAD-ZINC  CADMIUM- BISMUTH  4  i SHE -:'HE-VIEW.   pBEs^OF-   B.   .ol  MACDONALD'S  Demand For Graced Beef  Bed Marking For Choice Grade and  __l_������_l������ji-_;     JL1 Mm  P  eace  On   Eartk  Just over two years the Canadian  Government Department of Agriculture introduced a policy under which,  choice or good, beef sold by retail  butchers could be identified by a red  or blue indelible band on every cut���������  the red for choice grade and blue  for good. Only beef which has passed Federal inspection from a health  standpoint can be branded. The sale  of this Quality beef has exceeded the  most sanguine^ expectations of the  promoters of the policy. Government  officials began at the opening of 1S31  | to check up on ��������� the sale of the brand  As the Christian nations of the world again prepare to observe the  anniversary of the birth of Christ the thoughts of their peoples are impressed anew with  "the glad tidings of great joy" with which the  herald i  angels announced the coming of the greatest event in the history of mankind, i 1^ X"^I" ^ ^ ,^*^ ."" "* T/'TTr  .. ��������� ,. .. ~,   ... . , ,, ,.,   .. .        ���������, . A ^d beef, after allowing a period of 15  a&Pfi precursor of "peace on earth, goodwill toward men." So it is as Christmas   ���������,,���������������..   ������������������ ���������.:      ^    .JT._-_._7i __-._-*__     t������  j-^        t.     ..,_ _. , _.       *._.     _- -. _. _____ T..    ! months as an experimental stage    T���������  approaches that we dwell upon thoughts of home, and peace, and friendship,: ��������� ���������    -*���������  and goodwill, and seek to banish from our minds old enmities and ill-will.  Nevertheless, to many it will appear as if "peace on earth" is still a  vision of the future, a__ ideal that may some day be* realized, if and when  the Christian nations of the world realize the inconsistency of their attitude  in. maintaining: huge armaments wherewith to wage war upon each other.  Christmas with its thoughts and ideals of peace can be made to serve  thte great purpose this year, perhaps to a greater extent than ever "before, of  cultivating a "will to peace" among people in general.     Until there is such j ed meat than have been exported to  a strongly, ingrained will to peace, there will be, and can be, no permanent | the  British market. "'  peace, no parmanent security against the horrors and destruction of war.  There is in evidence in many quarters a tendency to sharply eriticisc  and condemn the League of Nations as ineffective and timid in its handling  of the crisis that developed between China and Japan in Manchuria. The  League has always had its enemies, while others have been lukwarm in its  In  January, 1931, the total number of  pounds of red and blue branded ocef  sold was 867,000, by July the sales  were nearly 2,000,000 pounds. It is  estimated that 15,000,000 pounds of  branded beef have been sold in Canada this year and more cattle have  been sold in the Dominion for brand-  National Research Council  ���������    ���������  I,.      III.        - '...  Plans   Made   For   Further   Improvement of Canadian Wool  Attended by representatives of both  manufacturers and producers of woo!  and delegates from various Canadian  universities, the annual meeting of  the National Research Council's asso--|  ciate committee on wool was concluded recently at Toronto. Marked  by a general readiness to co-operate  in solution of the problems facing the  industry, the meeting authorized the  continuation of plans for further. improvement of Canadian wool.  Results from experiments designed  to develop a type of sheep suited to  western range conditions were deem- j Sketch  ed so satisfactory, the committee decided to assemble the wool from three  of the four provinces, compare it with  *W ^aW   9m_.Wm9 ^  MIXtURS  ������9 Canada's standard remedy. Ie  outsells all other cough and cold  preparations. BETTER���������that's  why-���������and DIFFERENT.  jgjH^.      Acts Lik*  msMm^SA Single Sii  B4-10  Like a flash  Sip PoowestPfi  Romance e������ Go_rl  cf   Developers ������nt   of  Industry  in British Columbia -  In the lure of gold which took men  past the narrow frontiers of a trad-  D-U.������-������H*A ������,    *SJ.b������;A_    |^I.UVUig    X-EKJ- "C    V-    ������ft    __c*4_._*_������.������������j^   >____.-   *���������*.   f-V.__.   Y .__a o_i_*   {_>   5i-������2  efforts for world betterment. In practically every impending crisis that has  loomed, upon the international horizon since the League was established,  some newspapers and public men have denounced the League as a failure.  Yet the League has survived and has been the instrument through  which more than one impending open conflict has been, averted. Even in  the present Manchurian crisis, notwithstanding the clashes which have taken  place, can any fair and opened-minded citizen doubt that, had there heen no  League of Nations, a sanguinary war would now he raging in Asia with all  the dire probabilities that it would spread and engulf Europe and possibly  provoke another world disaster!  The League is not perfect. It cannot always attain to its highest ideals.  It cannot always achieve everything it desires. The difficulties which confront it, and the problems which it must solve, are prodigious. Even should  it utterly fail on some one occasion to prevent war,���������and such failure has  not yet heen recorded against it,���������it would not necessarily mean the end of  the League,, nor that its efforts were wholly futile.  The League of Nations is the great clearing house, the arbitration court  of the world's international difficulties. As such it is deserving of the support of all peace-loving people of all nations. Instead of being critical of its  efforts and its achievements where they do not prove 100% efficient, all  peace-loving people should be boosters and enthusiastic supporters. Destroy  the League and the world wouid he thrown into chaos, with the one great  restraining influence of an impartial international character removed, and  the proponents of the gospel of force given a free hand to promote their evil  designs.  As the world progresses towards greater enlightenment, to better understanding between all nations, to an abandonment of narrow nationalism in  favour of true internationalism,���������and the League is bending its efforts in  these directions,���������so, too, will the League itself grow and develop into an  ever increasingly useful factor in world affairs and as an influence for peace.  Something better than the League as at present constituted and governed  will ultimately take its place when the nations are prepared to support that  better organization. In the meantime every Canadian should be an ardent  League of Nations supporter. They should demand that their Government  continue to support the League actively, and do so in a moral way, an intellectual way, in a financial way.  And this year as we sing "Peace an earth, goodwill toward men" may  wa sincerely mean what we sing, and may our song be a re-affirmation. of  our belief in and support of the one great peace organization that arose out  of the war which we were told, and which-we fondly hoped was true, was a  war to end war.  Not all eligible beef is branded, the  amount of branding done by various  plants being more or less according  to existing orders from the trade and  as   well   in  part   the   expectation  of  *_x������wv_n **.*-_     /3i������������J������.yv     _.l_n    Pnllnitrtnn.     *t.r_f____h_r     r\-V*  UC4tlAiiU     CAC-C X *X������������      C������C.       *. \J*.i.\mr <rv ������**������,       rw -ww_ _      w���������  so. In this connection it is interesting to note that in recent months  meat packers have quite often found  themselves   short   on   supplies,   as   a  GOVERNMENT HOUSE,  ;;  OTTAWA  The   Christmas   Seal   Sale   of   the  Canadian Tuberculosis Association, of !  which we are Patron and Patroness,  has our warmest"' support.  The struggle against the spread of  tuberculosis is one in which every  good citizen is concerned, .for there is  no disease that has more deadly effects -oa the health of s nation: its  prevention and its curfe call for sin-  ceasing vigilance and expense.  The Canadian Tuberculosis Association has played a nohle part in this  struggle,   and   evidence   of   it3   work  inquiry from the consumer.  In certain areas there are producers' organizations which have a  definite policy with the production of  beef eligible for "branding as the main  objective. The consumer preference  for branded beef is being reflected  back to the producer and is stimulating better feeding. The demand for  suitable cattle has, throughout 1931,  been a sustaining factor on the market, and in view of the fact that there  wiil be a very liberal supply of cattle  grain-fed during the coming winter  it is likely that demand for graded  heef will play an important part in  the spring and summer markets.  fleece obtained from similar strains! ing post colony, was the genesis off  in other countries, and then follow it British Columbia's greatness, Dale L.  Into a Canadian manufactured pro-! Pitt, president of the Mining Associa-  duct. I tion of British Columbia and gene.al  manager of the Premier mine, told  the annual meeting of the Canadian  Institute of Mining and Metallurgy  snd Mining association of British  Columbia. Developing his theme Mr.  Dale took his audience back into the  last century and showed how mining  in British Columbia had led to opening up of new country, development  of roads and railways.  Mr. Dale, following ������b.O- mining industry from  Its inception   in  British  Columbia,   touched  on  some    of  tho  romance and pointed to the remarkable   influence   it  had   exercised,   not  only   on   the   province,   fout   on   the  Dominion.   From the nugget found by  an Indian woman on Queen- Charlotte  Islands, and the few colors prospectors panned on the Thompson River,  the industry rose through the placer  era with all its romance, its wealth  and   its   disappointments;   thence   to  the development of lode mining with  its building of mills and smelters and  railroads.    Next  came  the  more  recent   days   when   science   and   skill  manifested itself in the development  of modern ore dressing, smelting and  refining so that man could take from  the earth nature's immense precious  metals, and by its ingenuity, coupled  with capital's   ahility  to  build huge  plants,  gave us wealth never dreamed of before.  result of a strong steady pick-up tojraay be seen, in all pa.ts of the Do  minion. That work has brought  health and strength to thousands and  has averted from many other thousands, especially children, what is  perhaps the most insidious of all the  dangers to which the human race is  exposed.  We ask those who can, to show  their appreciation of what the Association is doing- by helping this  Christmas to make the result of the  Christmas Seal Sale even more successful than it was last year.  Value Of Fish Meal  Recipes For This Week  CBy   Betty  Barclay)  Were Clever Surgeons  Swedish Doctors Performed Delicate  Operations. 3,000 Years Ago  As far back as 3,000 years ago delicate, brain operations were performed  by Swedish surgeons, according to  Professor Otto Rydbeck, in Lund, the  old university town of Southern Sweden. The professor stated that fourteen or fifteen skulls found in Swe  Eclipse   Aided   Columbus  Scared    Natives    Of    Jamaica    Into  Supplying Needed Provisions  The eclipse of the moon on March 1,  1504, proved of much service to Christopher Columbus. Being off the island  of Jamaica, and short of provisions,  which the islanders refused to supply,  he threatened to punish them by depriving them of the moon's light. At  JE_L_LIED   CARROTS  AND   PEAS  1 package lemon-flavored gelatin.  1 cup boiling water.'  % cup    vegetable    stock   or   cold  "   water.  Yz teaspoon salt.  % teaspoon paprika.  1 cup cooked carrots, diced.  1 cup cooked peas.  3 tablespoons, vinegar.  Dissolve gelatin in boiling water.  Add vegetable stock, vinegar, salt,  and paprika. Chili. When slightly  thickened, fold in carrots and peas.  Turn into molds. Chill until firm. Un-  mold on crisp lettuce. Garnish with  mayonnaise.    Serves 8.  Use  Is  Steadily  Increasing  As   A  Ration For livestock  Dr. Frank - -Ti. , Shutt, Dominion  Chemist, in discussing";the nutritive  value of, fish meal states, "The use  of fish ineais in the rations of all  classes of live stock and especially in  those for pigs and poultry is steadily  increasing. These meals may, perhaps, ba regarded primarily as sources of protein, but the fat, the mineral content and the iodine are also  constituents of very considerable  value in stock feeding." He points  out also that edible fish meals must  be made from fresh fish.    The flesh  An "excellent protection against  worms can be got in Miller's Worm  Powders. They render the stomach  and. intestines untenable to them.  They heal the surfaces that have become inflamed by the attacks of the  parasites and serve to restore the  strength of the child that has been  undermined by the draughts that the  worms have made upon it, and their  operation is altogether health-giving.  A. British scientist estimates that  an earthquake of just average size  of the fish Ss the most valuable source -generates heat equal to that produced  of protein, while the mineral content hy burning more than 3,000 tons of  is highly valuable. coal. -  RIBBON SANDWICHES  Sandwich bread.  Softened butter.  Sweet pickle relish.  Mayonnaise.  Pimento cream cheese.  Slice bread in slices %-inch thick.  iSSSsSgc  dish soil show marks of trepanations' flrst his threat was treated with in  by Stone Age surgeons. In the par-  difference, but whon the eclipse itself j Spread   first   slice   generously   with  ish of Skivard the skeleton of a man  began     the     natives,     terror-struck' softened    butter,    then   with    sweet  ' pickle relish moistened with a littlo  mayonnaise. Cover with a second  slice of bread, buttered on both sides.  Spread tlie second slice with mashed  pimento cream cheese. Top with  third slice of bread. Press slices  firmly together. Remove crusts.  Wrap In a damp cloth and place in  refrigerator under a heavy weight for  several hours, <" To serve slice very  thin and servo immediately.  of 3,000 years ago, showed that he ] with the apparently supernatural  had been operated on to remove a powers of the great Spanish com-  purulent infection on the> brain. The . mander, immediately collected pro-  operation, which had not been per- | visions for tho fleet, and thereafter  formed by boring, but by scraping treated their visitors with profound  off the bono, had evidently been, respect.  quite successful, since it was evident  that the patient lived for many years  afterwards.  California  bakers have  Introduced  bread from seaweed.  Douglas' Egyptian Liniment is  especially recommended for spider or  infection of cow's teat. Invaluable  also In cases of spavin, curbs, and  splints.  Cannot Ro I_lcl_ed  'hildrens Colds  Best Treated  Externally  Stop them over*  night without  "dosing"-��������� rub  on  at  bedtime  VICKS  Wc������/VAPO R UI=-t  Ovek t^MjruoN Jars Used Y������ARiy  Makes llroathhift Easy.     Tho con-  A man may lose his uu������iu������������-, l_i������! ctv_ct_e__ of tho'^lr naanagen and the  1 struggle for breath too familiar evl-  of  asthmatic  trouble,   cannot  W-   N.    U.  home, his stacks, hia bonds, his real  estate, hia automobile and oven his  membership in a golf club, hut if he  does not 1ob& hia integrity and his  courage and his determination to  carry on, he is not and cannot bo  licked.  Slttlgh and Auto  Ontario apends half a million dollars hooping its roads clear of snow  in winter, and Quebec one-tenth of  that amount, says tho St. Catharlnoa  Standard. Tho Hloigh lis utill tho chief  mode of winter transportation In  Quebec.  donco  daunt Dr, J. D. Kollogg's Asthma  Remedy. This is the famous remedy  which is known far and wide for Its  completo effectiveness even under  severe conditions. It is no untried,  t_xpi_n.imei.tal piai-arutlon, but ono  with many yoara of strong service  behind it. Buy it from your nearest  dealer.  Keep W&ods  Keep youf foods���������cakes, bread, pies, cut meats, etc.  ���������under a covering of Para-Sani Heavy Waxed  Paper,   You'll be amazed at the length of  time they'll stay frcsh...ddlcious! Para-  Sani   keeps   them  from   staling.  Get Para-Sani in the handy,  sanitary knife-edged carton.  For less exacting uses ask for  Applcford������a *' Centre Puii  Packs in sheet form.  iwwifctomMi.'  :<_  ; r; mi !i������;.xxm;i prj;. p':r==  wiiHi^'riaJQW.  Klovon plants In Canada produced  in 1030 ovor 05,500,000 pounds of wlro  nalla and j-pikos, Tho Dominion exported during tho yoar 3,503,000  pounds, of nails and impartial 1,003,000  pounda.  m  ;m  Western itcprcsmtatioca:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SASK* THE   REVIEW.   CRBSTOK.   B.   0.  faf?X>.  MEDFAEMING  WSLLNOTS  PROBIM0FWEST  Communists Appeal  Im-  Montreal, Que.���������It is a mistake to  thii_k'''that diversified farming will  solve all:'��������� of western Canada's problems, Dr. W. W. Swanson, economist  and grain, expert .from.; Saskatchewan  University, who accompanied Premier  R. B. Bennett to the last Empire  Conference in Britain, said hers.  Dr. Swanson was referring- to the |  newly established. $5,000,000 revolving credits fund, sponsored By President E. W. Beatty, of the C.P.R., to  help the western farmers towards diversification.  He did not belittle its value to the  farmers of northern Alberta and Saskatchewan. Indeed he stated that it  would be of considerable benefit to  them If the fund was really kept rotating- and fluid, as it would supply  an intermediate form of credit between the short-term loans of the  . banks and the long-term mortgage  companies'loans. .  "But there are large parts of the  prairie   provinces   where   it  will    be  _.n.f__ .-v--rw-\<_ai"l-V._- ���������_.. t-Trta farmers ._������  "i"���������"���������"     ..___.������,w._������J_������._w     _.^_*.     ___      ���������  make a general turnover to mixed  farming," he said. "'These areas  have a small rainfall. They have  little or no water at ail available for  livestock and thus cannot benefit  from the plan. Yet they produce the  bulk off our present wheat crops.  "Even, to be of real value to those  western farmers who are so fortunately situated that they turn more-4o  diversified farming than they already  have, the rotating fund will he useful  only a,s long as great care is used  not to attempt too fast a diversification of agriculture.  "The danger which is too often  ignored," Br. Swanson said, "is that  too rapid a shift towards the production of livestock -would depress the  markets and freeze the credits, thus  entirely offsetting the benefits of diversification."  Protest   Against  Jail   Sentence  posed By Toronto Judge  Toronto, Ont.���������Appeals have been  entered by the eight Communists convicted and sentenced on November 12  of. being members of an unlawful association and parties to a seditious  conspiracy. The appeal was based on  the grounds that Ythere was no evidence to show "that a revolution if  it came about as &-��������� result of the  teachings of Communism,- would' be  accompanied by force, violence, terrorism or physical injury to person or  property."  The accused claim the judge erred  ON  LAMBETH  COMMITTEE  j 3n excluding oral evidence hy the defence as to the doctrines, teachings  and objects of the Communist Party  of Canada, while admitting such evidence on behalf of the crown; that  the .judge, was in error in refusing  evidence tendered by the defence to  show the Communist revolutions have  In fact been peaceful.  Further^ the appeLlants claim the  judge erred in refusing to allow the  programme of the Communist Party  of Canada as evidence for the defence;  that the charg-e of the trial judge to  the jury "as a whole unduly emphasized the evidence against the accused and failed to place the defence  __.-������ _.    __���������__..���������    a _.      a...     __.. .������  _.uny suiu AfcLiriy   ufc._-t.i-t.   uie jui.y.  Finally, it is contended the trial  judge erred in admitting evidence of  seized! documents as against the Communist Party of Canada.  Out To Increase Trade  Stevens   Hopes    To    Make Arrangements With Fiji and Hawaiian  Islands  Montreal,   Que.���������Hon.   H.   Stevens,  who according to present plans  will  sail from, Vancouver on December 19  for Honolulu to negotiate with Hon.  D.."Stewart, Minister of Finance for  New TZe aland, in regard to a separate  trade treaty with that Dominion, will  also,   it  is   understood,   endeavor   to  [ negotiate more    advantageous    trade  j arrangements  with   the   Fiji   Islands  and the Hawaiian Islands.  MacDonald Going To Geneva  Plans 'To. Attend Disarmament Conference In February  London, England.���������Prime Minister  Bamsay MacDonald will head a British delegation...including: six cabinet  members to the disarmament conference at Geneva iii February, he told  the House of Commons.  RAIL WORKERS  NDTWitUNGTO  TAKE^ECOT  Montreal,     Que.���������"Anybody     who  The other members are Sir John j ^"^ ** t3mt stram in ****** *&ys haa  Simon, Secretary of State for Foreign ! not folIowed closely the recent trend  Affairs; Rt. Hon. J. H. Thomas, Sec- I m la*oa: disP^es. The period of the  /  retary of State for the Dominions;  Viscount BCailsham, Secretary of  State for War; Sir Bolton- Eyres-  monsel, First Lord of the Admiralty;  and the, Marquis of Londonderry,  Secretary of State for Air. The  Prime Minister said he hoped it  would be unnecessary for all of the  ministers to be in attendance at the  same time.  A Paris despatch says Premier  Pierre I_avaL may attend personally  the opening of the conference. In  League of Nations circles reports are  iron fist is buried," stated Hon. James  Murdoch, niember of the senate and  vice-president "of the Brotherhood of  Railway Trainmen, Wednesday night,  December 2, when asked if there was  any possibility of a strike in connection with the majority award of the  Board of Conciliation which decided  the railways were entitled to a reduction of 10 per cent, in the wages of  their "'running trades" employees.  The conference committee of general chairmen, representing the engineers, firemen, conductors, traLnmen  current   that   several   nations   would j a������d  telegraphers on.    the    Canadian  The Right Reverend J.  C.  Roper,  like .to see the conference postponed, j National and Canadian Pacific Rail-  Bishop of Ottawa, who has been appointed to the consultative committee  of the Lambeth Conference. He expects to g-o to London in the spring.  DmmWmmm  .t\C    IIT__1_~_     111  & i lube  vri    . - aica  m  believing the present worSd situation j ways found the majority opinion of  Has Attack Of Malaria Is Report Of  Physician  is not the best in whieh to hold it,  but France is prepared actively to  object to a postponement if the move  should take concrete form.  Canada Buys Carriers  For Machine Guns  ATioon  "E%-������ **"������ *>*-������<?  Wales has been forced to stay indoors   Number   Have   Been   Purchased   By  j     Department Of National Defence  the Board of Arbitration unacceptable, the two railways have been a.u-  vised. The matter-would be referred  back to the 26,000 employees concerned, the railways were informed.  In' a letter sent to every division  of the employees the general chairmen asked them to decide if a local  ballot should be undertaken. Each  district was requested to send Its reply to the chairman of the conference  committee -not later than December  What the next step will be remains for the future. Strong efforts  to reconcile the disputants will be put  forward. Officials at Ottawa expressed hope that some means might be  Wheat Tariff Asked  Briiasa Miiiers Suggest Two Shilling  Preference On drain From  . . Canada  London, England.���������Representatives  of the British flour milling industry  suggested to Sir John G-tlmour, Minister of Agriculture, the imposition  of a general tariff of four shillings a  quarter (eight bushels) on imported  wheat, the Daily Express said recently. Coupled with this was the suggestion of a two-shilling preference  on wheat from Canada or the other  Dominions, the paper adds.  The millers, the'"Daily Express  says, argued against the Government's proposed wheat quota scheme,  contending it would disorganize the  trade. '"'";.     "'������������������������������������,���������  Another suggestion made to the  Minister of Agriculture was a duty  Of'four shillings be imposed on unsold foreign wheat stored in Great  Britain, particularly the thousands ot  tons of Soviet grain lying in port  elevators.  The Fiji    Islands,     the     despatch  states,  sent    Canada    $3,669,572,   of j March v$dle hjipting  |n_ Africa, and  sugar and some butter in 1930, and in   was obliged to . return    to    Nairobi.  because he was" suffering    freJm    a  chill. His condition was not serious, ' London, England.���������Canada is tak-  it was authoritatively reported, and ing the lead among the forces of the  no physicians* bulletins will be issued. Empire in the -modernization of in-  The Prince's illness made it neces- fantry forces, the military writer of  sary for him to cancel plans. to at- the Daily Telegraph, says. He devotes  tend a naval inspection at Ports- half a column to an account of the  mouth, at which he    was    to    have   equipping of three Canadian perma- I  represented the King at the'presenta-   nent   force   battalions" with   airmored | devised of get*i_^f *??_ .^^l PfJl  tion of the colours of the Portsmouth ' machine gun carriers.     This he says,   ties together  division of the Royal Marines. Prince   has   increased   greatly   the   offensive  George substituted for h:m. . strength of the forces.  The Daily Mail says the "chill" is |     Ottawa, Ont.���������The  Department  of  an attack  of. malaria and   that   Sir   National Defence several months ago  Stanley Hewitt, one of the physicians * purchased a number of Farben-Lloyd  who   attended   the   king   during   his   machine gun carriers and during the  long illness, visited the prince.      He ' past summer highly successful experi- \  suffered a mild attack of malaria last  and   ironing-   out   the  difficulties.  F.sHpiatafl  Fftr  f.-_-_n  sold    only    $431,000  retiira Canada  .VOl* ___.   <OS_ '���������      epOOCtS ,    canned fish, and automobiles.  __mv * a-4=u* uii  any s move may  Affect Canadian Goods  Fails To Beat Record  Hawks- Overcome By Monoxide Gas  Fumes Is In Hospital .  Yreka, Calif.���������Overcome by monoxide Ras fumes from his motor at.  ho streaked through the sky seeking  a new three-flag speed record between Vancouver and Agua Caliente,  Mexico, Capt. Frank Hawks was  forced to dive clisszlly to earth before  he lost consciousness. He is suffering  from congestion of thc lungs and  ..pneumonia was f&artid., .. ..  Th'C *oo!so!?.oT.n <?_ycctf3i of thc em  Dr. Victor Hart, his physician, said  probably would keep the flyer In bed  for a week ,nn<! ho had ordered the  aviator to rest, as his condition was  more serious than at flrst diagnosed.  Export Trade Will No Doubt Suffer  Through Prohibitory Duties  Ottawa, Ont.���������-While Canada has  no trade treaty with Germay, thera  has been a considerable export trade  from the Dominion to that country  which may be adversely affected by  the "prohibitory" duties forecast in  Berlin despatches.  During the year, ended March 31,  Canada exported a larg-e variety of  commodities to, Germany, wheat being predominant with exports valued  at more than $<_,000,OOQ, and wheat  flour valued at more than $3,500,000*.  Othetf grains, fruit, fish, furs, lumber/farm implements, minerals and  food products also figured in the volume of exports last year.  where he quickly, recovered.  Gift To Aid Club Work  International     Harvester     Company  Donates $30,000 For Agricultural  Education  Ottawa, Ont.���������Cheque for 5-20,000  to aid in the spreading of agricultural education among the farm boys  and girls of Canada has been received by Hon. Robert Weir, Minister of  Agriculture, from George A. Ranney,  vice-president and treasurer of the International Harvester Company.  Thc money is a "gift to the Canadian Council on Boys' and Girls' Club  work, A permanent trust fund will  be established, the income from which  will be used In furthering the extension and usefulness of the movement.  aents were carried out. Several bat- j Hon* E- N- Rhodes Thanks Committee  talions of the Royal.Canadian Horse ]       r������r =������������*��������� m.Muge Venture  Artillery  have  been  mechanized  the past IS months,  Farmers Stiil Hold Wheat  for j Montreal, Que.���������Hon. E.N. Rhodes,  [ acting Minister of Finance, who came  here to attune? bt _i___.o__.eos_ at whicls  he thanked the members of the National Service Loan Committee for  their efforts in successfully completing the huge venture, stated in an interview that when the final figures  were published they would run in the  Over Thirty-One  Million   Bushels  In  West Not Ifet Marketed  WimTpeg. Man.���������A total of 31,522,-  000 bushels of wheat and 11,510,000 [ neighborhood of $200,000,000  bushels of other grains still remain  in the hands of farmers located along  the lines of the Canadian National  Railways and is yet to be marketed.  Of  the grain    remaining    in    the  As the Government asked for only  $150,000,000, the final figures will  show a tremendous over-subscription.  "The small investor, who has made  the success of this loan possible, haa  hands of the farmer, Manitoba holds j proved wise in his day and genera-  4*000,000 bushels of wheat and 3,130,-  000 bushels of other grains. Saskatchewan holds 10,645,000 bushels of  wheat and 3,328,6)00 bushels of coarse  grains, and Alberta holds 16,707,000  bushels of wheat and 5,052,000 bushels of other garl_._.  Pay lit Canadian FiijuIm  New York.���������The- Bank of Montreal  informed Its shareholders in this  country, beginning with the dividend  payable. December'1, that paympnt;  Willi lie made in Canadian funcla only,  inatemd of United States funds aa has  been.'the policy for Hovernl yearn.  w.   pr,  v.  wi"  Date May Be Changed  Imperial Conference Likely To Open  Earlier Than July /  London, England.���������Plans for the  Imperial Conference to bo held In  Ottawa will be speeded up, says tho  Daily Express.- The National Government, the paper says, hopes arrangements will be made permitting  the confc-cnce to open earlier than  July, the date mentioned ��������� for , some  time. ';  .Discussions are progressing between tho British 'Government and  those of tho Dominions ln regard to  arrangements for the conference, The  proeemce In London, England, of  Prime Ministei. R. B. Bennett of Can  ada, has helped to complete the preliminaries, tlie paper adds.  A Sleigh From Old Montreal  Former Official Dead  Winnipeg, Man.--A, H. Corelil, 75,  former cleric of the Manitoba JLeg-Iis-  latunop, died December 2, ]Me served  oyomoOB wflth.tfy-.. rank of lieutenant-.  .oolortQV -cqmmiCMiding a unit of the  Canadian Arm-ft. Sorvico Corps." From  1887 until* 10tfl, whon he resigned to  go overseas, he waa olarH. of tho _egi..-  tlon," stated the acting Finance Minister. "Not only will he enjoy high  interest but he has an excellent  chance of appreciation on his capital  investment in addition to knowing  that his money is being- used in the  public  service/*  A generation before Wolfe and Montcalm settled the destiny������f Canada  on tho Plains of Abraham, a French gentleman of Montreal imported what  was then the most magnificent sleigh in the New Win1 Id. St was built Ik  Paris in 1.720, and for many years was the pride of early Montreal.  . The slolgh vanished with the passing of time, and eventually came into  tha possession of Mrs. C. H. Munro Ferguson, of Assynt, l^vanton, Scotland,  who, In view of its aarly aimoQlatlons, presented it to Mr. IS. W. Beatty,  Chairman and President of the Canadian Pacific Hallway. It la now on view  at the headquartero of tho Art Association of Montreal.  Tho nlelgh in typical of the period In which it was. built* ihe Iron workleutw In fnotorlofl unlonw a Blmllar nav-  belng hand wrought and gilded, 3ft Ih attracting a ijreat deal of Interest J ing was pa.ir.ed alontf to the conaum-  capcclatBy amonu'ntu.lento of early CantwHlan hiotory. jar.  States Asking For  In (Creuthig International Agency For  Conservation Of Game  New    York,    N.Y.���������The American  Game Association, _n convention  unanimously adopted a resolution  asking Canada to join, the United  States hi. creating nn International  agency to, foster wator fowl restoration ancl acquisition of large breeding areas and wintering grounds,  I-Ioycfs Lloyd, supervisor of wild  life protection, parks branch, of the  Canadian Department of the Interior,  Ottawa, was elected a vice-chairman  of tho American Gamo Conference.  David H. Mat sen, Ball, '/./alee City,  Utah, Federal Supervisor of Wild Life  Resources in. National Parks for  United States, was elected chairman.  Fond Dictator For Germany  Berlin, Germany.���������Appointment of  a "food dlnt*ntr.rM 'for Germany is  forecast in. government circles. It wa..  stated the official wo.iild probably be  ompowerod automatically to reduce  wages, costa of industrial and food  products. He would also have the  power, it wan stated, to prevent wag������ I  _"������  THE  CSSSTON  J&ETSS *?  _-__-______*..,<_.  I  t  ii  _>  h  w  m  .  t-in-,  m  *  ���������Jk____ud_������______A___a  ��������� _i i A ��������� I. i il ��������� An A ��������� flh__ __> ��������� ft* - A ~ -^ t ^���������nJ^~ *^    ^.<*    ___.<_- A ,__ ��������� ____���������___..  Christmas Gifts  e-ss&xe&as   ess  I'.i        ':���������-  More^than ever before this is going to be a Christrn  __.____. ������**...       kJVUU .  of practical giving.  In any case the most appreciated  gifts are those which can be put into everyday use,  such as articles to wear.     You can choosa with confidence at our store.  ._s  j'  and rersonc3.fi  Jolly Time pop corn at V. Mawson's.  Get your Christmas Cards at V, Mawson's.  Popping corn for sale, 9 cents pound.  M. Kelsey, Erickson.  M. J, Beninger,was a business  visitor  at Nelson at the first of the week.  Dr.  Silk  SUSTABLE GBFTS FOR MEM  at the new lower prices are sure to please.  and  Woolen  Hosieiy,     Sweaters   in  all designs  Gloves,   Ties.   Shirts,   &c.  We are clearing out our entire stock Ladies' Silk  Underwear   and  Hosiery at prices that will  surprise you.  -Cutter, in   good  radio,   snap.   C.  shape.  Blair,  FOR SALB-  Also   Radio, a  Canyon.  FOR SALE���������Water power washing  machine, good as new. Mrs. Geo.  Hobden, Creston.  President competition. Skips  Henderson, Beninger, B oyd, and  Sinclair will support the presidential side  and vice-president Speers will be backed  up by the rinks headed by skips Craig,  Weir, Chandler and Telford.  All local shareholders were out for the  annual meeting of Creston Reclamation  Company, Limited on Monday night,  and the old board of directors was reelected,   as  follows:   President,   C.   O.  Rodgers;! secretary-treasurer, F. V.  Staples; with Dr. Henderson, tJeo.  Johnson, and W. Fraser completing the  directorate.  'If  ���������1  $2  ashout  geese,  W  Greston Valley Go-Operative Assn.  Phone 12  a-A���������__.__,.__������������������ -_.-_---,.-----.___-.i_.a..__.__..__,.__.__.__,    __���������__..__���������__.  CRESTON  hi 1T_ ii _____ ifl i _������������������_ ���������! ���������___ i  A i ft i  wrW -*.   iA i ("-ir 'Ti  FOR SALE���������A number of  each    Apply    G.     Rohacs,  Greek (Sirdar P.O.).  WANTED���������Widower, with boy of 13  years, wants work of any kind. En  quire Review 0_8.ce. ���������  WANTED���������Set light single harness,  must be in good shnpe, state prce.  Geo. Hobden, Cfestpn.  FOR SALE���������McLaughlin cutter,  double seat good as new, cheap for cash,  Bert Young, Erickson.  LOST���������In Creston on Sunday, Dec.  6th .new^Weed tire chains. Return to  Review Office.     Reward.  ^_s_*y  _*_r ������r i  Gloria ^v/anson  and Ben Lyon  in  SATURDAY SPECIAL  *iwMsRimmi& mWHffimfmfiEn   ^  as.  4   M    _  Healthful Delicious.  Eat more Meat.  Eeonow-ial.  /*_  GRAIN FED PORK  Legs 18c. ^Loins iSc. Shoulders 14c.  Spring Lamb,       Fresh Fish  Sauer Kraut        Dill Pickles  .A   _  v������  _ __  /_"i  JRvjjfe-w  Rmmf.  V4__  Two TURKEYS Given Away Free  With every Cash purchase of 50c. we give you a ticket good  for a chance on two Turkeys to be drawn for December 24  For PROMPT SERVICE PHONE 20  irm\  .  O. RINGWALD, Prop.  J^%&.   JJtJfe. -*L   _#t"3i-5Jt.   -BE JO.  SB.5U.  JaZStt.  ._%_<_.   SfLSfZ.  jr:  _������=  =22i*"i'S_   J_M������^T3TBb'  _������C-������-   JtZSS.   .SaalSim^aa.  Prepare for the Festive Season !  Everything for  your  Christmas Cooking  FRUITS  Seeded and Seedless^ Raisins  A ust rail fin Currants  Hallowi  Dates in bulk  Ham m ah Dates in packages  Glaced Cherries  Almond Paste  Black or Bleached Figs N  PEELS���������Citron, Lemon, Orange.  SPICES OF ALL KINDS  NUTS  New Shelled Almonds and Walnuts  Nuts for the table, Mixed 20c. lb.  Brazil, Filberts, Walnuts, Peanuts, &o.  JAP ORANGES priced right to yon.  CRESTON MERCANT1LI  _M_.    mimm*.    mmm  mm.   mmm__    nm.      _htt,   M   .. _V< H      MMMHHI __WM__  5_*0 DVl vr'tt^ 1^3 T 8    L_ i O.  zmmmii  ���������SDIfl  ���������_  tticgM^osiattiM^  There is a Direct Advantage, in Placing Your  Printing Business in Creston  J.y so doing you may get si ehancc at that Printing Dollar-  Otherwise it i������ ffoiio forever.  WANTED���������Young woman would  like housekeeping or hotel work. Apply  Mrs. I. Wilson, Creston.  FOR SALE���������SIh.p. Fairbanks-Morse  engine and pump, reasonable price.  Mrs. P. Hagen, Wynndel.  FOR SALE���������Set single harness and  cutter, both _n .rood condition. Cheap  for cash.   Geo. Nickel, Creston.  FOR RENT���������Single bedrooms or  rooms fo_* light housekeeping, bathroom.  A_-t.lv IVTrs. T-fssssH Rnsa.  C_r_������st:ni..  ''       :"'" '"'    " 1  PERMANENT WAVES���������Christmas  special at Joe's Beauty Parlor, from  Dec. 10th to Dec. 22nd, price $7.00.  Heavy snowfalls on Monday and again  on Thursday morning has put the  skating rink at the tin can slough out of  business temporarily.  FOR SALE���������Danish Roundhead  cabbage, solid h^ads, splendid keepers,  $2 per*100 lbs. delivered in town, P.  W. Foot, Fairview ranch, Creston.  The Junior W.A. of Christ Church had  a very successful bean supper in the  Parish Hall on Thursday evening last at  which the income was close to *35.  APPLES���������For pale Baldwin and  Wagener apples. Price is right. Buy  some for Christmas, at the Teddy Haskins ra ch, north of town. Miss Fay  Pendry.  ... Creston     village    council    meets    in  f^.   December session on  Monday   evening.  This is the  last regular meeting of the  year, and all unfinished business will fee  cleaned up.  Don't forget that with every cash  purchase of 50 cents Creston Meat  Market is giving away a ticket good for  a chance on the turkeys to be drawn for  on Christmas eve.  Thp deer shooting season closes at  sundown on Monday. The kill of deer  to date is the heaviest on record, and  most everyone with a license has got his  quoto of two.bucks.  Trinity United Church ladies' aid had  a- fair turnout at their annual sale  of work and tea at the church hal! on  Saturday afternoon, at which the cash  intake was about *S0.  At the election of officers of Blossom  Temple Pythian Sisters on Thursday  night last, Mrs. It H. Hassard -was  chosen chief for the ensuing year,  succeeding Mrs. Laithwaite. I  Creston Relief Committee were in  session on Friday night and the secretary  was instructed io make an appeal for  donations of old clothing, etc., which  appears elsewhere In  this issue.  Murdoch McLeod, registered optometrist, ot Trail, will be at Erickson, Tuesday, December 22nd.   If interested write  there and I will be sure to see you.   The  I best of all gifts is good eyesight.  Creston district wag favored with  another four Inch cm* of snow Monday,  and there is excellent sleighing at all  points in the valley now. Another couple  of Inches arrived Thursday morning.  Christ Church congregation is having  a social evening on Tuesday, December  ������9th, at the Pariph Hull, commencing at  8 o'clock. Court whist will be tho  feature and all Anglicnnn aro cordially  invited.  November was tho quietest month of  the year nt tho office of tho provincial  police which had cash receipts of Iobs  thnn $lKft.   Grume   Aet   revenues Mvere  S(55, and $ .6   was   received   ur.^os*   th"  Motor Vehicle Act.  Rev. C, Tilled of Calgary, Alborta,  field fioarotnry for tho Lutheran rt.if.ulon  bonrcl, wnn the speaker afc two Borviees at  St. PouPh Luthomn Church on Sunday.  During his ������l;ny horo ho wan a guoBt of  Wov. nnd Mr_������  Bntuu.,  Tho (.urlem  HonHon   w I th  A   ~~~:-,-.-. /n i_ tv -.T... _-  ��������������� OWVJ*C7Ujr   \_-<jl__-ieU.J   _L/r_C!-_H.   LU-ti.  will keep you laughing from  start to finish.     This is one  best pictuies.  CHRISTMAS  Tf_r_iw?Q  J   ���������_���������   TmT*tf^  ������_������������������_? JL JLV_PJ-1--_*  ,"1  FOUR only  ___  vriorias  I  METRO NEWS  Added Attraction:  Grahtland Rice Sportlight  4*LET 'ER BUCK!"  Now on display.    Get your  order in early.  Prices ranging from  $20 to $37.  See  our Window  Suggestions  All useful for the home.  Christmas Tree Lights for  Decoration  _    TT  Q-  .m ������_"���������> __-������, ��������� _^> ^ ***m  Greston Hardware  m~4 0_.  '\JlamL.y *JMA    _3i������.  T?____.  _k-_&.-__,-__���������_&��������� A. A./-.. __.-__._-��������� A ._.  A-O.     >.-_.���������<-���������.��������� A      O.A      *.     __._>.     _>      A.  A -A- __-__.__���������__.__���������_____��������� _--^|.|^|-a-^  Weekend Specials  Large SALMON TKOUT, 3-4 lbs.; each. .50c  _  For the CHRISTMAS TRADE  Fresh Killed Local TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCK, CHICKEN  YOUNG BUFFALO MEAT  T    A TV������"1D  Choice  TT_ _.������ a ,1 T-l  DJC-___r,  T_rf_x_ Tr  V JC.Xi.AJ.  DELICIOUS COOKED MEATS���������Cooked Ham. Roast Pork  Summer Sausage, Head Cheese,  Spare Ribs,  Blood  Pudding, Sausage Rolls, Pork Pies.  Fresh Atlantic Oysters.  Chopped Suet  All varieties Fresh and Smoked Fish  Tvf _r_fs@ "fvT_3__i- "/  RNS.& COMPANY,Ltd.  PHONE 2  <  4  ���������  4  ���������  4  4  4  ap i af 'mfa^w'm'^*W mf ���������  'wwmr,w'w*j'W'm"m"ww.' v _������������������  ������������������������ 'wm'*f  -V1  m^^M^^^mmW������!^mmmMm^&  I  The Practical  GIFT STORE  Surely this is the place to purchase your Giits  for the whole Family, and also for the Home.  For Mother, Sister, or "Her"  Orient Silk Hose, Silk Underwear Sets, Boxed  Handkerchiefs, Crepe de Chine Scarves, Purses,  Manicure   Sets,   Glovea,    Flashlights,   Slippers  Sweaters, BeretSj Writing Paper,  For Father, Brother, or "Him"  Ties,   Socks,   Braces,   Belts,   Scarves,   Gloves,  Sweaters, Shoes, Handkerchiefs, Pajamas, Shirts,  Shoes, Garters, Watches, Cigars, Pipes.  For Girls and Boys  Sleighs, Skates, Hockey Sticks, Handkerchiefs,  Ties, Belts, Mitte, Gloves, Sweaters, Stockinga,  Shoes.  What would be more appreciated for Christmas than a  DeFOREST-CROSLEY or WESTINGHOUSE RADIO  (Electric and Battery Sets), or a BEATTY WASHING  MACHINE (Gas or Electric).  m  ureal! ready to star_ the  tho  Proaldnnt   vh,   Vico-  O^CT^TiKO^VW     0������"/^^|^A^������      A^f^A^^^A%^fm%A^wft  V> K& xp    c/yg^9o^ <&'&���������'   w xp' xp  mmmmmmmmiimmmmwumm^


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