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 Provincial Library apl g  1&.  'mkamfiamimmi  Vol. XXIV.  G&fcSTON, B. C-, F^iibAY,  S-K^feMBER 2.3,   tisi  -_  'LJ."_No. &7  Geo. Cartwright  Fatally Injured  1905  c_.-_,���������:������  kj>ctvvia*iaa  Resident of Erickson Since  When he Established  There���������Took Active  Interest  School, Church, Full Pair.  CItiHM-US     III  'Wlin  Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Palmer, Mr. and  Mrs. Palfreyman, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hall,  Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, Mr. and  Mrs. W. K. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. F. C.  Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. S. Fraser, Mr  Mrs. C. O.. Rodgers, Mrs. 6. Lillie,  Calgary, Pr, and Mrs. Lillie, Blairmore,  Mr. and Mrs. C. Bennett, Vancouver,  mMa.ym.anA msmm. Gay Browell,  ���������\mrAm*%afk   %V������������������i  mmmMmmV >������_%**?���������  Nelson.  mmJStmP*  C,   H.  rr_0_f_il^������.������* 0m*  Phillips  '"mi.  of  Fall Fair! Plans  About; Complete  Entries Close .^October 3rd���������Exhibits ReceLvt;ti at Fair Building All Day October 4th���������25c.  Admits to Everything.  _u-:-  .HCll  Erickson district has lost one of its  ' best known situ progressive  the death'"of Gessrge Cartwrighf.  was tbe victim of "a most unfortunate  accident at the ranch late Saturday  afternoon." There were no witnesses to  the fatality but it would seem that while  taking a Jersey bull ont of the barn the  animal got out of control and in its wild  rush to get out of the stable collided  withi Mr. Cartwjright, breaking three of  his ribs, and inflicting such serious internal injuries that he died almost instantly. The body was fourid by one of  his grandchildren, who was holidaying  there, about 15 minutes after the >chilc_-  ren recall seeing deceased enter the barn.  The late George Cartwright was in his  seyenty-seventh.year. He was bojm at  Mountsburgh, T^ntario, iiiY T185S. He  was married in 1883, and continued to  live in t|_at district, followi-sg\ lumbering  and f&vm   nn(.rB_.nnc    until TiSQIS. "when  the fawulyn^pyed F^t. Iocatfng;atCran-  brook, where he resumed his lumbering  acHyitfeafor The  again moved west, locatingKat Erickson  where for another tKreeryeairs; be, operated a sawmill, going ������Ar of ������__e mill  business about that time to go into fruit  growing and dairying, dividing his  energies between these two lines until to.  day the Riverside ranch can T daim the {Smelting: Company dairy farm at Trail  best Jersey, herd In the district   stkl:���������ah\  Mr.     and     Mrs.  Kiitsberlev Rnsiit th  ranch here; and during their Stay Mr.  Phillip arrangedJpr the shippiiig of his  crop of McIntosh|Red apples.  Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Stajlwbod of Nelson were weekend gueste TOfT^he latter's!  paredts, Col and Mrs. Fred^Listei'.    |  John Bird was a T^i^rsday night  visitor at Cranbrook, .where- he was  attending a Masonic gathering on the  occasion of the visit of the lodge grand  master from Vancouver  Mr. and Mrs. Q; VanEfcteh of Bonners  Ferry were here at the -weekend, guests  of the latter's parents, Mr. a d Mrs.  Sam Demchuk.  Public school inspector Manning was  here on an official visit on Wednesday  last, and has requisitioned ten new desks  to take care of the increased scnooi  S*teliii_iDCe.  Mr. and Mrs. Reno House are at  present occupying one of the Bide-a=  Wee cottages at Erickson, where the  former Is employed in-the fruit packing  warehouse. - ������������������   ���������;  John Huseroft has Just completed the  shipping of seven carloads of baled  alfalfa to the   Consolidated   Mining  &  Final arrangements for Creston's 1932  fall fair were practically completed at a  Well ifcttciidvC- il_B������<ij*fg of the directors on  Friday evening,-. $tt which all present  were unusually bpthmstic as to the  success of this yttimfs exhibition, which  will beheld on Wednesday. October 5th.  For this year exhibits will be received  into the main building all .day Tuesday,  October 4th, up till. 9 p.m. The staff of  judges will be increased somewhat and  thus make it possible to have all the  awards, placed befdjre the opening hour  on Wednesday  ���������J >' -  1J.S.O.. M.P.P.,  W. M.; Archibald, W.  Linden Bell, M. J. Benninger, Bums ������&  Co.. .Ltd., .Canyon "lMlttg'Ctt.,"'l^r_..||,  G.   Cartwright,     E;    E.    <^Hwight^i  Central Motors, Christ Church Lad-esp  Auxiliary.. J?  Creston Bakery, Creston Cafe ������$ld  Bakery, 'Creston Co-operative 'Ytx&i  Exchange,' Creston find 3__jstr5ct  Women's Institute, Creston Farti-eta*  Institute, Creston Hardware, Ctfeston  Mercantile Co., Creston Slotor^  Creston Power & Light Co., greston  Review, Creaton School District, Cres-  a--��������� e_..������._���������__ *__..- ���������.  _^t____-__   "_r_.ll���������-  m.    Am\Wmm>  ���������+*-%���������*��������� ���������#���������   "_rfl_ H__������WW\__(n*AM  will  cents to adults* and children free. This  one admission" fee admits both to  grounds and main building. Exhibitors  can show their best work in ah classes  for aiee of 10 cents per entry, and will  receive a membership ticket whicb en-  *w4-E������*������������-     <-^feta_^_M-W     4i-fm.    m*mr%^m       W%.m^mf4aaa\mm^a*mmatm.Wm  unco  ductal m+mf Mmjsx;   __*%__uj_������9Qjiw������d������-  TV  League Meeting  Coast Delegates to Workers'  Economic Conference Adtif'ess  Canyon Gathering���������ftemgrks  Applauded in Spots.  ������:__  orchard property^araong the best in th<&  . ErLckron.__ ection.>~~-^ yv   .������y*.~, .^.- -.*s^ajk|i  ^^re^nera^  dnasldtence.on:;!. Mondoyj.��������� _with yRev.-;T A.1-;  Walker officiating, -'and; xbuKai:>was 4n=  Creston cemetery. " The esteem in which  deceased was held was evidenced in  the  many that were out   to   pay   their   last?  tributes.   TheT;  pallbearers   were   four  sons-in law   of   deceased,   H.   A    McKowan. of Cranbrook; J. S. Peck,   Calgary,      Alberta;        D.        Macdonald.  Greenwood, and F. V. Staples.  The Tate George Cartwright was a fine  type of citizen. Both in his early-day  and varied later activities he., was progressive both in the commercial and  community life of the district. The  Cartwright ranch at Erickson is a fine  tribute to his industrial capabilities,  while in the educational life, church  activities and other good causes-he gave  freely and intelligently of his time and  means. Creston's fall fair association  has lost one of its best friends in his  passing. .  He is survived by his widow and four  daughters, Mrs. McKowan, Cranbrook;  Mrs. Peck, Calgary; Mrs. F. V. Staples,  Creston; and Mrs. D. Macdonald,  Greenwood, all of whom were here for  she funeral, and to whom is extended  the sympathy of thj? community in their  bereavement.  Wreaths were received from, Members  of the family, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin  Cartwright, Ruth, Lloyd and Roy Cartwright, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dickson, Mr.  D. Tully, Mr. and Mrs. R. Browell, Mr.  and Mrs. J. B. Holder, Cranbrook Sash  & Door Co., Croston United Church  Ladies Aid, Mr. and Mrs. Thoa. Bundy,  Mr. arid Mm J\ Putnam, Mr. and Mrs.  R. J. Forbes, Mr. R. J. Long, Mr. and  Mrs. W. Long, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.  Frasir, Mr. and Mrs. G. Sinclair, Mr.  W. F. Attridge, Cranbrook; Mr. G. B.  Willis, Cranbrook; Creston Agricultural"  Aworintinn, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. M.  Telford, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Whimstor,  Nelson; Miss Ruby Palmer, Nelson,  Conyon City Ladies Aid, Mr. and Mrs.  W. II. Crawford, Mr. rind Mrs. W. E.  Searle, Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo Kolly, Mr.  W. G. Littlejohn, Mrs. M. Doddp, Mr.  und Mrs. Leveque, Mr. and Mrs. E.  I-TMHk.nn, Mr. nnd Mi'������. C W. Allen, Mr.  nnd Mrn. Jas. Cook Mr. nnd Mrs. J.  Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Bevan, Mr. and  Mra. Wm. Truscott, Mr. and Mra,  J. M, Crolgif. Mr. nnd Mra. II. Mac-  Laurin, Mr. and Mr������. McElroy, Mr. and  Mra. Heath. Mr and 'Mrs. Graham, Mr.  and Mra. Shcppard, Mr, and Mra.t  Downey, Edmonton; Mr. and Mrs. M'  J. J3<<yd, Mr. und Mvu. IIiiyi-H, Mt'. and  Mrn. Prmson, Mr. and Mi*n. T. Goodwin'  rxans  erection  ta    iu  _.V_v  an*ar  and  ^ a "combined  r4i_   '  ;. T-:Mr.T:v andT'YMr^ ^P^ri yBusfcan >;and:  family ������fcS^lwtooh.^Sask.i arrived on  Tt|esday and intend-inaking tbeir Ybome  ���������at_Lister.--    ���������   t        '\i'\'-      "'--T..-'   ..:.'y:y5  Paul Raschke has just mov ed -Onto his  new place at Arrow Creek, after occupying the former Albert Mitchell ranch for  a couple of years.  Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor and six  children of Saskatoon, Sask., arrived on  Sunday and are intending to locate here  permanently. Their arrival has added  three to the school attendance and these  along with Rose Hay ward, another b. -  ginner, brings the enrolment up to 57.  Canyon GSty  Mr. and Mrs.   F.  Knott,  Mrs   Kolt-  hommer and Kennard Knott were week  end visitors with friends in Nelson.  R. Lowerison, who has been a patient  at Creston Valley public hospital, Creston, for the past two weeks, has returned  home.  Miss Helen McRobb oE Trail is home  on a holiday visit with her parents, Mr.  and Mrs. Jock McRobb.  Canyon's half dozen flats haymakers  have completed their 1982-feed" harvest,  and report the cut an average one.  The harvest of Mcintosh apples is in  full awing. The crop is much the "same  as last year for size, but tho quality ia  hardly up to the 1031 standard.  Canyon Ladies' Hospital Aux>l������>*y are  staging a dance in tho community hall  this evening, with nn admission of C>0  cents, and music by Creston Commanders orchestra. Drawing will tako place  on tho quilt which the auxiliary havo on  raffle.       ' ,  H. Harrison, of Pentieton, manager of  the Crcstlanu Fruit'Company, was hero  on a business visit the lnttor part of the  we k.     ' .  At tho Sunday afternoon sorvico at tho  Unltod Church A. Halstead was formally  inducted as an elder, bring the tension up  to the full strength of three members.  Tho othors nro O. M. Samuelson and W,  E. Soarlo.  \ Canyon was visited by n heavy windstorm for a few hours on Saturday after  noon. At timet, thc dust was mo thick  that it wae unsafe to drive by auto along  the main'highway. Some damage was  tiuim   i.j   tin.   orcluirclH   by   fruit   being  'blown off.  ���������i-Wmafm ***���������������*������"J**   ^2!!5_r! _!^Cf   2STT\    SWf*?^~g������yfV  supply music throughout the day, and  wiil also play, for the- -exhibition association dance ih.the pavilion in the evening. The ladies' organizations have  secured the right to serve refreshments  and the catering to fall fair patrons will  be well attended to. Local business men  have been invited to= maks commercial  displays this year in the main building.'  The feature'to the; ontdbbr attractions  this year will be ^ ba-^b^lXj|p||^na-n4nt  in which teams $Zf*$ ^3^:n%^'3?^4y^  ^rthillii^^^^g|n||^  :-Cber-e.sB_ili_be 3tmyi&$ci^  curtain raTser-arttyjteM.'p'fjSffi  ba^ should Tbe r. provided;, ::as? jYtfese'T four  tfeam&awere all'well up at the finish  @f  the ������1932   international   league season.  The-usual games of chance and novelties  are to be in.fuH swing  : A major attraction this   year  is   the  School. Fair,   Hundreds of entries are  alreftdiC tp hand, and students are busy  putting finishing touches to collections of  nature  study.   With   the   scholars   the  naming of hitherto unknown flowers and  leaves is the absorbing pre-occupation  at present.   Arrangements may  provide  for presentation of prizes to successful  students at 3 o'clock on the afternoon of  fair.   It is hoped the school children will  have    sufficient   time   off  to   see   the  exhibits���������although    some    of tha rural  schools will require a full  day's holiday  if they are to take part.  Exhibitors are reminded that entries  close on Monday, Ootober 3rd, and the  secretary will very much appreciate  having these made as early as possible.  List of donors is as follows: The  Village of Creston, Senator R. F. Green,  W. K.   Esling,   M.P.,   Col. F.   Lister,  operative Association.  M. R. Cranna^ A. Davies, C. Davis,  Erickson Garage, R. J. Forbes, H.  Fortin. A. E. French, X>r.G. B. Henderson, J. Holder, G. Kelly, King George  Hotel, F. LaBelle, Ed. Lewis, Lister  Trading &.Supply Co., Long, Allah &  Long. Ltd., V. Mawson, H. S. McCreath, Dr. G. G. McKenzie, Mensinger Motors, A. Mirabelli, C Murrell,  Premier Garage, Presbyterian Ladies'  Aid. A. S. Reed, C. O. Rodgers, Scott  Fruit Co.. Ltd., H N. Smith, S. A.  Speeis, R^ M. Telford, United Ladies'  Aid, E. J. Winchcombe, Your Cash  Store.  Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd., Blue  Ribbon, Ltd;., B. C Nurseries Co., Ltd.,  Cameron & Sang, Cranbrook, Columbia  Paper Co.; Ltd,, Consolidated Mining &  Smelting Co., Ltd., Cranbrook Sash &  Door Co., Ltd., T. Eaton Co., Ltd.  Fernie-Fort Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.  General Foods, Ltd., Layritz Nurseries,  Ltd., Nelson Daily News, Nor'^W^st  Farmer, Wm. Rennie Seeds, Ltd^  Shanahan Chemicals, Ltd., David  Spencer, :Ltd.,>Standard; Brands, Ltd.,  Vancouver Daily?i Province, Th^e  cotiiTver S un, arWestern Grocero,  Wood, Vallance Hardware Co.,  Wood ward Stores, -Ltd,..,;        . \  Van-  Ltd.,  Ltd.  W. Purvis and. A., Evaab of Vancouver and Port Aiberni, officiais of the  Wprkei������ "tJasty League of Canada,  addressed a meeting at Caxiyonr community hali on September 7th, under  the auspices of the Farmers* TJnity  League, of which, there are locals at  Camp Lister. Wytthdei and Kitchener.  It was the third meeting held in Canyon  so far this season. These leagues are  branches of the Communist party.  Messrs. Evana and Purvis were returning from attending the workers'  economic conference held-in Ottawa last  month.. They travelled Via the box car  route. Comrade. Wilcox of Wynndel occupied the chair, and expressed appreciation to Canyon hall association for providing them , with a hall after being  refused in Creston.  Mr. Purvis spoke .first, giving an  account of his trip to Ottawa, and the  work accomplished- Mr. Evans, chief  speaker, wound up the meeting with one  and one-half hour address. In opening,  haststed it was the ~_t_s*. msetlsg he had  addressed when no  "yellow leg bulls,"  ���������eg^re present-;  H_. touted on  starvaiaon policy,  Malone of Toronto^  Mounted Police, or  as he  called them,  ^Prize-don^ations in cash .���������^_.��������� :..._$ 3^.25  Saie of rame tickets........__!..._    6$.&V  TSale of dance tickets .".    87.00  Sale of tea tickets 1.....     38 75  Sale receipts at refreshment booth  and dance���������.������������������:.: ;. 170.86  Sale of extra prizes..���������i._.      1.80  $100.16  EXPENDITURES  Cash prizes     23.90  Raffle prizes  _.   16.10  Merchandise     for     refreshment  booth ���������..  ....._���������. -,.  119.21  Groceries, etc., for tearoom ....  87.25  Labor and transfer charges.....  12.55  Printing and stationary......  22:43  Prizes purchased.. _  6.45  Equlppmentj���������  12.66  Dance hall rent :  ���������.00  Orchestra  6.00  Miscellaneous accounts ...:  4.06  man  __. _._?__.  5263.60  Net proceeds ......  $136.56  Equally divided between Creston  Hospital and Boawell Farmers Institute,  Creston Hospital receivod $68.28.  Cranbrook, B.C.  Sept. 20th, 1932.  Manager,  Creston Review,  Creston, B.C.  Dear Sir: i  The Cranbrook Relief Society  would like to get about 60 sacks  of apples for this fe\imber of  families that'ftr^'''bn'T;jfe1Sef here8  windfalls or apples that would  not be picked by the owners. I  have no doubt but there are  orchards around ^Creston which  could supply this amount and if  the Society would only know of  such an orchard.or orchards we  would go up from here and secure  them.  Should you know of any such  and advise me the Society would  be most thanlcful.  Very truly yours,  A. J. CIIISIZOLMi  Secy-Treasurer.  Wynndel  MiBses E Towson and B. Hulme left  for Willow Point last week.  Mrs. Raya who has been visiting here  left last week for Nelson.  Miss S. Benedetti left on Sunday for  Boswell to help with the apple  harvest.  Mrs. Cuell . f Calgary is visiting hero  guest of her daughter, Mrs. Wall and  Mrs. R. Eakin.  Mrs. Murgatroyd and Peggy who hnv������  been visiting at Rossland returned homo  last week.  M-ccllng of W.A held In tho homo of  Mra.   C.  Gregory on Wednesday, 14th  September. .,..,���������!  Anglican    Church     harvest   festival  Sunday,    September   25th, at  3   p.m,  Gifts of  fruit,  vegetables  and  flowora  will bo acceptod nt tho church, Saturdayi  24th, at 3 p.m.  Meeting of W.I. hold In hall Thurndny,  Scptember< 16tli. Mrs, Robinson in tho  chair. Arrangements for tho fair mado  and committGCEi appointed. An in-  otructivo paper by W, Cooper on tho  growing of bulbsv waa road and a hearty  vote of thanka wao panned. An article  on liqw to wash wool wan read by the  prcmident. Cofiftiw wua bcived by ihv  hosteas.  Premier   Benne t's  the  arrestri of v^paa....  Estevan ^dRCole- s  Btrikesj    harangued such   labor  fas Wos^g-Vprth^T-Heap!.'aad "��������� ISS������-' ���������  Innis, who s^.3^m)b&ts: of the federal:  ^-triidR-RliBwFiStrfi^        Burnaby,  ]3������*������Pf|i--ft^ ?f'T^ :  catin^T*evolutio_-_ ;':������������������': y^ivy��������� -��������� .:.���������-- ^yyyT-;'y -  ' ��������� ^I_fe':a^eaSed;:tOi;"theYW((M^^ Yffleeare  ,the-:y support:���������=��������� -,of'-T/'tiM5YT women*^ ������im������y  especially the youths^ as the-Soviets  maintain their present success is due to  adopting this policy at the time ol the  Russian revolution.  In reply to a o_uestiott, put by chiair-  nian Wilcox, as to what stand wbrkers  should take in case of war breaking out  as in 1914. he advised them to organize  and oppose any move to ship food  supplies or munitions out of Canada, aad  if called upon to take tip arms not to use  such weapons against the opposing  forces but to turn the guns on those who  urged their use. This statement WHb  loudly applauded by practically the  entire audience, including school children and men on relief.        >w  "The Valley Workmen's Club, wfilcli is  under the leadership of Rev. A. Walker,  came in for much condemnation by  Wynndel delegates, present. Evans advised against placing any confidence in  sky pilot fakers in the employ of the  capitalistic class. Constable Hassard  was severely criticised in the manner in  which he was handling relief. Evans.  read a letter the chairman had received  laat December from tho constable. He  suggested a committee should .deal with  thc letter and endeavor to have the  constable relieved of his duties.  Hassard was not present, ao at former  meetings. '  Evans stated that hia wife and child  wore rcceiv.ng $30 a month relief while  he was away in the tntcroata of the  workers. Ho advised against the reading of capitalistic papers* but encourage  the reading of revolutionary literature,  which prompted a local citizen to volunteer the statement that ho had tried  that co'urso in Canyon 20 years ago feut  found It impossible to get Canyon  people to read it.  No suggeatldn waa put forth by tho  spoaker to overcome this difficulty,  other than thnt the time was ripo for the  revolution which, he said, would tako  place within a year.  Ah wn orrator, Evnnw wnn tn in clnetj; by  htmfiolf. About $5 was rained to liblp  tho Coleman sl.rllu.rt.. Tho opealcora  were the gucsta of Mr. Simpson of  Kitchener.   . ':\j''T  PULLETS���������Whito Leghorn pulleta  for������alo.   Paul Itatvehkp, Camp LlBteif.  PIGS FOR SALE���������Youn������ Ptea. wlx  wocku old, SU each. John IC. Miller  (Altec Siding), Croston. THS   BE;VT3������W.   CEESTOK-   B-   09  <*  Fragrance Sealed in Metal  Fresh from the Gardens'  Coalition Oovernmeiits.  Tii������ ������iTect- waa _nsteU������to.ncQUS.  Economies were effected In every department. The savings came from  positive acts of the employees, such  as curtailing- gasoline supplie, care in  mat is ; driving trucks and other vehicles, substituting of materials���������in short, from,  thrifty vigilance.  Even the taxpayers showed an improved tone. On July 28. 89 per cent,  of  the  taxes had been paid, leaving  One Well-Managed City  Louisv_!Ie,< .-Kentucky," Took Simple  Way of -Effecting Economies  Lbu_ivllle, Kentucky, will face its  new fiscal year, September l, with a  cash surplus of more than $400,000,  the majority of its employes will be  on a full salary basis and another  reduction in takes ls promised.  Cheques are being written for $140,-  000 to pay back a 10 per cent, salary-  cut which went into effect on January  1. At the same time the tax rate haa  dropped from T23.4 mills to 22.3 and  assessment values have been cut 7 per  cent.  The explanation ia simple. In the  The question of coalition, or union, governments has been brought very f closing days of 1031 Mayor Harrison,  fiorcibly to the attention of the people throughout the Western provinces of i ������f Louisville, announced a 10 per cent.  Canada within recent months. There 1s undoubtedly a very considerable body: salary cut for civic employees, and at  of public opinion which favors the reorganization of governments at the tbe same time promised them that  present time upon a non-parttzan bass,���������thai is, the formation of cabinets! should they effect sufficient economies  of ministers inclusive of representatives of all existing political parties, with: despite tlie reduction in the tax rate  the strongest men chosen from each to const"tute thc Government. | a*id assessment, they would be given  But the average elector has but a hazy idea as to how this can be; the back pay.  brought about. Many peop'e entertain the view that all present parties  are equally responsible if such coalitions' are not effected. If an official  offer of coalition is niade by the head of the Government in office, and it is  rejected by the other party, or parties, then, of course, the latter must accept full responsibility for their decision. There is. however, only one person  in each Province who can take tlie initial, step leading to coalition  the Prime Minister.  Under the British system of parliamentry government the King, or his  representative, invites the leader^������f the party hav.-ng a majority in the House  of Commons, or Legislature, as the case may be. to form a Government. He  becomes Prime Minister. It is then his sola prerogrative to select his own  ministers.  He may consult as  many  people as he chooses, but  he.  and he! on|y 5887,046 unpaid of the total ?8,-  alone.   names   his   ministers.   Xobody   else   has   any   tights   in   the   matter.   055,945  receivable     as     of     January  except- of course, that such ministers must be approved, by the people them-   -*-> 1������3^'    Winnipeg Tribune,  selves by election to the Legislature. Having chosen his ministers, the Prime  Minister alone can demand; their resignation from the Government.  It was Premier Ramsay MacDonald who proposed the formation of a  National Government in Great Britain: it was Premier Sir Robert Borden  who propssed Union Government in Canada during the war in 1917; it was!  Premier Bracken who proposed coalition in Manitoba this year' it is i  Premier Tolmie who recently proposed coalition in British Columbia. Nobody  but the Prime Minister has any right to do so. For a leader of an opposition party to propose coalition would be to infringe on the prerogatives of  the Prime Minister.  Once a Prime Minister does propose coalit:on to the leaders of other  parties then a large measure of the responsibility for the realization of such  a form of administration is shitted on to their shoulders, and it becomes a  joint responsibility of all to so compromise their differences as to make a  union of their forces effective.  Coalitions in the past, both in Canada and elsewhere throughout the  Empire, have been brought about In times of emergency in order to carry  through certain policies deemed by all in the interests of the country but  which it would be extremely difficult, if not impossible, for a government  representative of only a section of the people,���������even of a majority of them,  ���������to do by itself. Therefore, when coalitions are formed the exact nature  of the emergency to be met, and the policies by which it is to be met, must  of necessity be clearly stated, and it is on the basis thus set out that coalition takes place. This was true in the case of the present National Government in Great Britain, and also when "Union Government was formed in  Canada to win the war and enforce conscription.  Much of the opinion in favor cf coalitions today is founded in the idea  that party politics and party Governments are a mistake; that the whole  citizenship should be united in one party and one Government; in a word,  that Provincial Governments at least should be in the nature of a municipal  council, or board of directors of a company. Whether such an ideal is practical is another question. There are divergent groups in many company  directorates, controlling majority and a dissentient minority. The same is  true in municipal councils, although the members may not be definitely  classified under any group name or as Government and Opposition. But the  parties or groups exist just the same.  In fact when any two persons join forces to bring about any given result  a. party is formed, and the same ia true when two persons unite to oppose  any given policy or line of action. In fact, coalitions become necessary when,  because of a multiplicity *>f parties,* no one party can command a majority  and thus form, a Government. Coalitions, therefore, are not the 'solution of  the party system, and it would appear that there will continue to be parties  just so long aa everybody does not think, see and act alike on public  questions.  Finally,   a  coalition  government is  not  created  through  a joining of  forces by a few individuals, but a union of parties. Only by a merger of  parties for a giver* purpose can the required strength be given to a coalition.  One or two individuals might enter a Government to add strength to that  Government, but it would not be a coalition. Parties must unite to bring  about a coalition.  m*a*gm^m*^^mJ*ar       JSm   XmT  PPL  Now���������EVEREADY LAYERBILT, She most powerful, longest lived radio battery ever made, at a price  that makes it the most economical "B" battery yon  can buy.  Packed with more power-producing, active material  than has ever before" been put into a radio battery���������  giving smooth,ful! power for an amazins!/ Ions time���������  these batteries offer a new conception of radio battery  economy.   Large size $3.95   Medium size $3.00.  CANADIAN    NATIONAL   CARBON    COMPANY   LIMITED  Calgary        Vancouvcc       TORONTO       Montreal       Winnipeg  Ownlns ������nd op������r_Hns Radio Station CKNC. Toronto  .RWlEll^O^aAT^TETiRTl^S.T  HAS LOST FAT FOR  THREE YEARS  S3 ibs. Gone Altogether  A woman writes:���������"For nearly  three years I have been taking  Kruschen Salts every morning in  hot water, and have "lost 68 lbs. of  fat. My weight before taking them  was 196 lbs., and it is now 128 lbs.  Compare the difference ��������� it is marvellous. My mother and sister are  also taking Kruschen and lots of our  friends, and think they are wonderful.  As regards diet, it. is not necessary to  do one little"; bit of dieting; in my  case I have_"Siever denied myself  anything since I started taking  Kruschen Salts. I walk everyday,  and do not eat many potatoes or much  sugar. I don't think I shall ever be  grateful enough to Kruschen Salts for  the great help "they have been to me,  and shall never stop taking them, or  recommending them to people I think  need them."���������(Miss) K. T.  Taken every morning, Kruschen  effects a perfectly natural clearance of  undigested food -bstances and all  excessive watery ste matter. Unless this- wastage is regularly expelled,  Nature will eventually store it up out  of the way in the form of ugly fat.  Auto Has No Seats  Wife Of Indian King Rides Sitting On  The Sloor  After his visit to Europe the Emir  Feisal advised h's father, Ibn Saud,  King of the Hedjaz, to buy automobiles for the entire royal family. The  result was a $150,000 order. The  oaachwork of the cars is polished aluminum. The one for the Emir's mother is completely closed in and'has no  seats. Instead its floor is spread with  thick carpets. Overhead are electric  fans to cool the heat of the Arabian  desert.  Painless and perfect in their action.  Miller's Worm Powders are always  a safe and reliable remedy for children who show symptoms of worms.  These symptoms are easily recogniz-  Should Make For Contentment  The entire State of Montana, it la  estimated, will have a wheat crop of  56,000,000 bushels. The Lethbridga  district of Alberta, some farmers predict, will have 40,000,000 bushels.  Comparisons in this instance  should  able  in a feverish  restlessness,  fre  quently ending in convulsions. A point \ make us feel contented with our pros-  of notable  importance is that  after ' pects says the Lethbridge Herald.  Miller's Worm Powders have expelled  the worms, the stomach and bowels  are toned up into a very healthy condition.  Wonders Have Vanished  Loch Lomond, Scotland, where  Kaye Don made his world speed-boat  record,- has lost wonders which attracted tourists. Its floating island  has disappeared, and scientists have  explained that its "waves without  wind" arc merely the result of natural  swell, and thatthe "fish without fins"  are really vipers which travel from  one Island to another by swimming.  Ray Penetrates Fog  Apparatus for projecting an invisible ray that penetrates fogs has been  installed on two new German liners.  The beam is said to increase by twenty times the distance through which  the human eye can see and is as efficient by night as it is by day.  Quick action saves trouble, worry.  Keep Douglas' Egyptian Liniment always handy. Stops bleeding Instantly,  Cauterizes wounds. Quickly relieves  Barber's Itch and Ringworm.  Persian Balm is alluringly fragrant.  Adds a charming refinement to the  most finished "appearance. Creates  and preserves complexions .of surpassing loveliness and texture. Softens  and whitens the hands. Cools and dispels all irritation caused by weather  conditions. Swiftly absorbed by tha  tissues leaving never >a vestige of  stickiness. A peerless toilet requisite.  Invaluable to all women who car������  for elegance and distinction.  Old Orders Still Used  Some of the standing orders still  ln force in the House of Commons  are over two centuries old. An old  Norman French phrase Is still in use  in certain Instances, notably "Le Roy  le veult" (the King wishes it) in giving the Royal assent to a Bill.  A "cheerful telegram" campaign to  boost the sending of good as well ns  bad news by wire, has been started in  Scotland.  Two Historic Document!*  Thc death warrants of Charles 1.  and Mary Queen of Scots, are among  thc bequests In the will, published recently, of Miss Margaret Penolope  Clcgg, of Boston, Lancashire. She  left the two death warrants and other  historical relics to tho Guildhall Museum, London, England.  Four things come not back: tho  spoken word, the sped arrow, the past  life, the neglected opportunity,  ������f  Dysentery  Awful Asthma Attacks. Is there a  member of your family who is in the  power of this distressing trouble ? No  service you can render him will equal  the bringing to his attention of Dr.  j. D. Kellogg's^Asthma Remedy. This  remarkable remedy rests its reputation upon what lt has done for others.  It has a truly j_/onderful record, covering years and years of success In  almost every $art of this continent,  and even bcyortd the seas.  Awarded Scholarship  John L, Cathie, bread-van driver,  of Toronto, because of his high general proficiency standing at Mods,  University of Toronto, last year, has  boon awarded p $2,50 scholarship for  1933. Cathlo jjras elected socretary-  trcasurer of Wis class for the next  year by tbe -freshmen prior to tho  holidays, duiinfg which he has been  employod on a broad route in order to  earn funds to put him through tho sophomore class,  Better Than a Feo  Because they refused to accept pay  for their services at a cabaret entertainment given In connection with the  celebration of Lord and Lady Lonsdale's golden wedding celebration, a  number of London cabaret girls have  Just received diamond brooches from  Lord Lonsdale. The men performers  were given diamond stick pins.  A City Of Churches '"  The City of London, England, haa  more churches In proportion to ths  number of residents than any other  part of the world. There are forty-  seven churches to 10,000 people.  Worms In children, if they be not  attended to, cause' convulsions and_  often death. Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator will protect the children  from these distressing afflictions.  Sixty-five per cent, of the manufactured products used in Argentina are imported from other countries.  !'r'TE"XT������9f'?-^'  Mr. F, I������, I>. Mttullaril,. Vurmm, ii.C, wriUH:���������" Lu������t  Bummer I. Hul."t.n.il from a ..worm nUiu'k of dysentery.  1 triad nearly ..vorytliinfj; on tho market, without getting  nay roliof, until it friend told mo to ubo Dr, .Fowler'������  1'.xtriu.t of WiM Htrawborry, wliicli I did, and I got  Immediate 'relief, Now X run malting It a rulo to  alway������ Uoop n. 1-ott.lo of it in my medicine choHt.  "Wild Btrawhisrry iu in.ro roliof for dysentery, eollo  and diarrhoea, but I always am I ������0fc tlie goituiiu.  *m. -fowuur'iV*  T!t������������ Oil For Thc Farmer.���������A bottlo  of Dr, Thomas' Eclectric Oil In tho  farm houso will save many n journey  for tho doctor. It in not only good  for tho childron whon takon with  colds ancl croup, ancl for tho'mature  who rtufTer from pains and aches, but  there arc directions for Iti. uoo on  Mick cattle. There should always bo  a bottle of it In tho house.  W.    N.    O.    1000  "Birthdays needn't make  you Old!"������������������ says Irene Rich  "A screen star novor worries about  birthdays," this Lovely Btar says, "as  long as sho doesn't look old. To hold  her" public sho must keep the fresh,  loveliness of youth.  ','TJiat Is why in Hollywood wo guard  complexion beauty abovo all olso."  Of tho 604 important Hollywood;  actresses actually 686 uso Lux Toilet  Roup! You, too,, will find this wiii to  fragrant soap th<i> perfect complexion,  card Buy several cakes and begin to  ubo it today. Only 100, a calcol  t������i*������($.$$!$:.ft'':Y:��������� :j:i \.j ii.,,.:���������>'���������:i JLfc.  evtew. cesstok; s. u  /  ������t>  rae  _____  0ITAWASESSIQR  ukeiy to Make  NEW HISTORY  ���������> -  Ottawa, Ont.���������Canada's parliament  convening on October .8 will make  bbw history. ��������� ' ���������"- - "^r'  Signs portend a four weeks' sitting  of parliament in the fall devoted almost entirely to intra-empire trade.  Perhaps .even-,th^ejeT^^^Kfy?may siif-  ficefi T.6; some e_-ti_nt opposition memiT  hers will be a determining factor. And  from that quarter ther������ has'fblen ho  ������fflctat expression of views on the  -resultsi Ibf the Imperial Conies?ence.  y But in any event, approval [of the  trade pacts will probably take place  is time for adjournment on orT before  Kbvember-15.; A recess 'until' January 15 is expected. . '   :.  ; The legislative programme & when  parliarpent reassembles in January  will probably -oomprise:' " :  A.(l) Legislation ��������� on the report of  tbe transportation commission, headed by Mr. Justice Lyman P. puff, of  tbe supreme court of Canada. *v  (2) Approval of the Canaan-United States St. Lawrence seaway treaty  providing ratification has been already given by the United States senate. ; V"I- ������������������>"'���������_������������������ .-* -'���������;  Says Empire Threatened  British Ideals'Of-triternat'.orial Trade  Are In Danger  Toronto, Ont.���������Suggestion that, the  very civilization Great Britain had  created might destroy her-in the end  was made here" by Dr. T. E. Gregory,  of London, one of the world's leading  economists, in.', an "address. Cabinet  ministers, professors, bankers and  outstanding business men were in his  audience.  Or. Gregory questioned whether the  British ideals of international trade  and congresses would win out, or  whether the American ideal of less in-  tere$t,iu international trade and more  in. mechanization of production would  -prevail .in,the.;next two., decades.     ,,.���������.  "Do-we want civilization of the  kind my country has created, and  -.which may destroy jmy country in the  end^ or'the kind Ai_ieriea has created  and may carry to a very triumphant  conclusion,?" Dr. Gregory?guestioned.  . There was going on in '.the world  a   revolution   in   raw   material   that  COMMENCES BIG WORK  .:..!'  TT James Purves, heraldic artist of London, Ontario, who has been given the  task of inscribing some 68,000 names  in the Book of Remembrance, which  will be placed within the casket of the  could not be checked, said Dr. Greg- | Altar in the Memorial Chamber at  ory.    The   raw   material    producing iTOttawa. The names will be written by  United States Fanners  Buy Manitoba Land  More   Than   Tw<>   Hundred   Families  Coming To Canada  "Winnipeg, Man.���������Over long distance telephone frpm^ Des Moines,  Iowa, Senator L. E_ Francis confirmed  his association with W. J. Whidden,  Winnipeg, in the purchase of 10,000  ares of farmlands in Manitoba for  United States farmersc.  -Mr.- Whidden, who telephoned Senator Francis when shown a despatch  from Des Moines quoting Mr. Francis  as saying "nothing to it," showed the  Canadian Press reporter the title to  the property and his contract with  the United States senator.  With other parties Mr. Whidden is  negotiating for 25,000 more acres in  Manitoba. More "than 200 United  States farmer families will settle on  the . total acreage, he said. These  farmers are coming to Canada, he  said, because of higher prices received  ���������for, farm products in Ganada and the  fertility of Manitoba soil.  'O.N  \a*J  AJUCUUIUCU LO  tb the STinahee  s  Introduction of redistribution  areas were going to resort to manufacturing in order to keep those busy  who wei*e be'.hg driven from the land.  Aviators Burned Alive  Act.  bill. ;   I.  From, present indications., tbe budget will probably be brought down-  late In February. Like the financial  statement, _theT main. estiJi^ates Will  not be tabled t__atir early ftic&t ySar.  Preliminary work "on the estimates  will likely be under way shojrtly.  A bill for redistribution^ of Domin-.  ion constituencies always follows the  completion of Canada's census every  ten years. From the-viewpoint.of sug-  gestjiig an election the measure consequentlylaas.no significance whatso-.  ever.*-'"'    .    ���������-.--   ���������;��������� ������������������ *-' :  Usually contentions am|ndrnents to  the redistribution- act go" through a  committee before being submitted to  the tbommons- for ena^tirient.x * - This  course- williSb^i; followed {during- the  coming session;?it'isT stated-��������� .;'y  TiirgSFinance .Act in all; its ratifi-  catidps wiU"iikelybe; reviewed by ai  epeciil committee. '~  Amendments to ! dian Air Force! At Camp Borden he  was re4ra[rded 'as one of the three out^  standing instructors, there.  , i-  Pilot and Pupil Meet.Horrible Death  At Montreal  Montreal, Que.���������Two men were  burned alive in an aeroplane here as  the machine went out of control and  crashed to the ground. They were  Captain Blaise A. Leboeuf, chief, instructor of the Montreal Light Aeroplane Club,. and'C.'W. Chambers, also  of Montreal/ a student pilots  Leboeuf had taken Chambers up  for one of his final lessons in "spins''  and ..'dives." The machine was seen  to falter when about 1,000 feet up.  There was a roar-when flames suddenly appeared about the engine and  swept back over the jpecupants.  The 'pLahe; thep,diyed into a farmer's  field near 'St. Hubert airport. There  was an explosion as- the- machine  struck the earth. So'intense^ was the  heat, no efforts at rescue could be  made.       ; TT-T^ '���������'  "V - Captain ��������� Leboeuf was one of the  most proficient flying instructors in  Canada. He lea.rned to fly in Windsor^  Ont., and later joined the Royal Cana?  Dairy Barn Destroyed  Heavy  .Farmer  hand nn fine calfskin vellum.  Freight For Bay Route  Will Shortly Discontinue Solicitation  Of Freight For 1933 Season  Ottawa, Ont.���������While the government takes no part in the operation  of the Hudson Bay Railway and the  Port of Churchill, the information  that the Canadian. National Railways  .will  shortly  discontinue  the  freight j ~T~~".r .     ������.      ,    . ���������      _* _ *���������*.*.  >.  ..   .,     *     ���������.���������������������������������������������:     ������������������   ��������� *        circuit in the electric wirinsr  of the  solicitation service for the new route ~  Loss . Sustained   By  Near Moose Jaw  Moose Jaw, Sask.���������The" huge barn  of Fred H. Jones, prominent dairy  farmer living two miles north of the  city, was completely demolished by  fire, incurring a loss estimated at  $23,000. Starting either from spontaneous combustion, or from a short  FREE STATE STILL  CONCERNED OVER  LAND ANNUITIES  . Dublin, Irish Free State.���������Both  governments continue,to maintain the  strictest silence .concerning- the terms  of the latest note from the Free'State  tb the United Kingdom '������__' the dispute  over the land annuities, but it Was reported, that President Eamon de V8il-  era had declared that in event of fail-;  ure -'to.yreach a_i agreement on- t|3s'-  method.; of arbitration, he would ufee  the monies so far withheld for t^ite  '-'relief of sufferers from the economic  warfare." ?"*'  The Free State so far has withheld  payments of about $10,000,000 on account of failure to reach agreement  on the form of arbitration of the dis_  pute���������the Free State holding* out foir  an international tribunal and the Bi������jfs  tish government for an Imperial arbitral board. ������..  President de Vaiera is expected ������o  visit London for a day or so, add  have a final interview with J. _fl.  Thomas, Secretary for Dominion Ajk-  fairsY before leaving for Geneva to attend the sessions of the league assembly." " ���������.-..���������.���������������������������������       "'"Y.  is unofficially confirmed here.  The railway has been pushing the  Hudson Bay route strongly in the  past few months, but this effort will  bs-stopped shortly prior to the closing cf the Hudson Bay navigation  season. The chief motive in discontinuing the service is to economize,  but "it is pointed that there is little  purpose in soliciting freight for 1933  at this time.  the faclt are premised for early next  ays  Busman Who Shot  '7', "'.     Dies On.: 6)  President  P^tis, ' FranceJ-^Pa^^'brgouioff,  nalf^ad; Russian advettiperj died on  the.-Siilllotine at.Sante.*prAon for the,  nssassination of President jPaul Dou-  mer of France. The knife of the guil-  lqtine fell atT;dawn 6:0SKa.m.  ;i The l^uspian, fajiatic's last, hope of  escaping; the- rakor-edged Imife of  **The Widow" passed when President  Albert Lebrun, who succeeded Dbu-  urier, rejected his: appeal for a commutation; '"���������   ,������Dr. G������orgouloff was not told of the  president's decision until a half hour  before his execution, in accordance  witli French law and custom. Then  he was awakened by his guard and  lawyers, Informed of the appeal's  failure, and led unceremoniously to  tlie guillotine. /    , .   ',  A coroner's jury investigating the  mishap returned a verdict,of accidental death on both victims.  No Fall Session  Pay RoS! Robbers  RciiBiembrance Day  1' Ll    I..I     I .. -  War VoteraiiH Favor Stricter Obsorv-  anct. Of Annvcrsary  Vancouver, B.C.���������BeHcv.'ng that the  importance of "Remembrance Day"-���������  Noyombot:ll-~-ls;not fully rcaliiio^ by  the Canadian pcoisle, the eleventh ap-.  nua.1 con^cwtlou of AmputaLioik-.* As-.  floclntlon of the Groat War passed a  jstiongly worded tfesolution favoring  stricter obsorvanco of the annlvor-  ���������sary.. .,!'������������������'   :   .���������'���������.-  "Wts pledge ouraolvea to do all-in  our power to see that this day shall  too sacred In .our national life," tho  resolution declares. "W������ further  appeal to tbe 'industrial and cokhmer-  ������lal life of Canada to follow tho splendid example sot by dominion, provincial, and municipal governments In  ������lonlng down JiH but nccossary works  mm ���������Womembrrunce Day*>"  ~~~",w. '5.' u.  s������io ���������  No Early Sitting Of Alberta Legislation Is Expected  Edmonton, Alberta.^���������A fall session  of the Alberta legislature is not likely, it is stated by Premier Brownlee,  and the action of the Dominion Government in calling pa,rliament for October 6 will not have any effect upon  the situation In this province so far as-  Its own house-is concerned.  Unless some unexpected emergency  arises, it will not be necessary to call  a sitting of the legislature bofore  Christmas, said Premier Brownlee. If  economic or other conditions should  become! sufficiently serious, it might  be found desirable, but there does not  appear dt present, the premier said,  any reason for such action this fall.  Mr. BrownJCe intimated however,  that in any case as early a date as  possible after the new, year will" bo  arranged for the regular session.  New   Type    Of   Tear   Gas   Gun   Is  Demonstrated  Chicago.���������Pay,roll robbers are going to shed a lot of tears.  A new type of tear gas gun, so^  small it can be concealed, in a ooat  sleeve and reputedly of sufficient  power to route a whole gang of payroll robbersi was demonstrated at the  Northwestern University Crime Detection Laboratory here. It is fastened to the wrist like a strap watch.  A fine wire leads from the trigger to  a ring "in the middle finger. All one  needs to do is lift up the arm and  flick the finger and the trick is done.  barn, the fire blazed uncontrolled for  three hours.  The barn, measuring 270 feet by 36~  feet, was valued at close to $20,000,  the feed-Which was stored inside was  valued at $2,000, milking machine  equipment was valued at $1,000, and  12 sets of harness were valued at  about $500. All these were a total  loss.  Farmers Hold Wheat  Support Is Withdrawn  Kaye Don Loses Sponsor In Speed  Boat Racing  New York.���������Kaye Don, British  speedboat driver and holder of the  world record with Lord Wakefield's  "Miss England III," said he knew of  no one in England who might take his  former backer's place as sponsor of  speed boat racing.  Lord' Wakefield withdrew his support of Don and said he planned to  withdraw entirely from further speedboat ventures.  Lord Wakefield is said to have  spent at least ������1,000,000 in the last  few years promoting automobile,  speedboat and airplane speed ventures.  COMPLETION OF CANADA'S WAR MEMORIAL  More For Gasoline  Prlco   Has   Been   Incrciused   Nearly  <- '/.    ... .���������.   'IHvHsnfcy Per C������������..i.  y.  London, England.���������British motor-'  Ists Avcre hit by an increase of nearly  20 per cent, in gasoline prices, raising the standard grade to 2*0 cents,, a  gallon.    ������   y    '-r.  The London Omnibus Company  estimated the rlso would increase its  expenses moro than $l,000i000 a year.  News of tho Increase caused a sharp  rise In oil shares.  Tho growing army of small car  owners had hoped thp oil war which  haa given thorn cheaper gasoline  would continue Indefinitely but tlio  Inclusion of Roumanla and Runsla In  an agreement ended th������ prlco cutting.  f^^m  Alberta Faraaers Show Tendency T<a  Wait For Higher Prices        |  Calgary, Alberta.���������Alberta fa.rinefs  are showing a tendency to hold-their  wheat until higher prices appear, according to grain trade heads in Calgary. Farmers are being . given an  averaige price of 32 cents per bushel  No. 1 Northern.  Alberta wheat pool officials state  farmers feel grain should be held !.at  all places where facilities are available. Storage places, however, sure  lacking in some centres and it" is feared congestion may result in many districts. .. ...;,��������� -  Some farmers are urging that  coarse grains also be retained until  prices improve. They point but that  present prices made delivery iiarilly  worth while as No. 2 C.W. remits.:  brought only 13 cehts per bushel, No.  3 C.W. barley 12 cents, and Nb. 2  C.W. rye" .'13 % 'tents; .'���������"."   ;     ..'. '.  ,.  Pool heads strongly ueaied farn^ers  in some districts were forming orgjkn-  izations for the purpose of holding all  their crops. -.  Sees Better Times  Speaker At Chamber Of Commerce  Gathering Looks For Improvement  Halifax, N.S.���������Declaring Canada is  "on the threshold of the upswing,"  President W. L. McGregior, of WJnd-  Bor, Ont., gave a keynote of optimisxn  to the seventh annual conventibb of  the Canadian Chamber of Cominprce.  "I am glad to be able to stafe that  it is not only my opinion, bjp.t������ the  opinion of many leaders: that we are  on the threshold of the upswlifrgf" he  said. T  But Colonel McGregor wished to  make it clear he was not suggesting  the advent of recovery. .    i  : "How could anybody seriously; forward the idea of tho advent oTE; recovery with 14,000,000 unemployed on  this continent alone?" ho asked.j.  He was wary .of the spectacular rise  In stock prices.  Gandhi's Threat  i  Canada's War Memorial, which will m due course bo erected on Parliament Hill, Ottawa, has now, boon completed at Faraborough, Kent, England,  and for a short period will stand In Hyde Park, London, England. This  picture shows tho six March Brothern and ulster standing before tlio three  gigantic figures which form part of tho mamorlal. The memorial consists  of a hugo arch tb rough which poos representatives of the norvlcfts wlio  rosponded to the call for men during tlio Wotld War.  Effort    Being    Mado    To , Prevent  Mnliatnra From Starting Hunger    .  SlTllCO v"-r"{  Simla, India.���������Powerful efforta are  being organized to deter Mijiutma  Qaaiclhl from carrying out lite threat  to- start a hunger strike. f  The viceroy talked for an %|u5r with  Rao Baliadur, representative^ t|)f tho  untouchable clas������ in tho7 aosembly,  who appealed to> all claascb. t^ etrlvo'  to save the life of "the greatestji find Ian  of our timet" .'J^l  The Pandit Maliivlya, Hln(3bi; Bender,  wn������i summoned to a ������onf#epce at  Dell) I in tho hope of reaxjlittij^i^i early agroemont regarding.. vepi^mntn*  tion of thc untouchables, th# ienua  which lnfliinno������������- Onsi-lhi io tiraatmn  his campaign ot utarvatlon,     " TH-B CBEST0S  BE VIEW  BB|  == COUadili 't  be from 6 to 8 oz. in weight, the j    Donations are stiii coming in  flesh firm, close grained and true % Rossland's_communityswim  in    color.   The    cortical   layer  be  by telephone  Anything doing at the shop,  Mr. Jones?" said Bill hopefully.  "Sorry, Bill,*' said Mr. Jones,  "I couldi have given you work  last Monday���������in fact, I wanted  to give the job to you; but I  needed someone right away,  and as I couldn't reach you by  telephone, I had to get someone  else."  No telephone���������and so Bill  didn't get the job.  Opportunity used to knock:  now it uses the telephone.  should be relatively thick and the  inner medullany area small and  confined;! In preparing for exhibition care should be taken  that the natural color and bloom  df the skin iev not destroyed.  The Collection of Garden  Vegetables���������Offers an opportunity for-farm display. Much depends here on attractiveness and  arrangement. Neat tabels indicating the varieties of the  different vegetables are called for,  and will increase the educational  value of the exhibits. A proportion of the points awarded are  for the relative table value of  different vegetables���������The following list indicates the relative  value of some of *u^  ming   pool.   So   far  $1706  oeen given this good cause.  has  y^'^^'tf-^ mw ���������^���������^���������������0-^w������������_r^_-<������.^l^,^^^(������,-������.-^.__)������^-������^.j_*^i  Kootenay Telephone Go.  LIMITED  Poinds  Artichoke - 2  Beets - 7  Cabbage  . ������  Carrots  8  Corn- 7  Peppers 2  tuc  Points  Potatoes  10  Pumpkins ...4  Swiss chard  ....3  Squash��������� -6  Tomatoes   5.  Onions. ...--.. 9  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance.  S3 JQO to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner  CRESTON.  B.C.. FRIDAY, SEPT. 23  _r _. ���������  rainss  to  .Exhibitors  Have you read the rules care-  lully? The object of the rules js  to make competition  equal andj    Bonners Ferry high school  OUR K.B.O. BROADCAST  Direct relief orders at Cranbrook for August totalled $1548.  Kimberley has a number of  cases of scarlet fever of a mild  type.  Okanagan reports the color of  tbe apple crop the best in several  years.  Due to insufficient pupils the  school at Kingsgate has been  closed.  Nakusp reports the be^t vegetable crop in the history of that  district.  Grouse are reported quite  plentiful in the Cranbrook district this season.  fair. The rules should be complied with in making entry, in  preparing the spicimens for the  show, and in actually setting up  the exhibit at the right time and  place.  Places of Plums and Prunes���������  Choose a considerable number  and select from them the most  perfect twelve. Be careful to  preserve the bloom, and on plums  the stems also. Avoid bruising  and handle as little as possible.  Vegetables���������In practically all  garden vegerabl s the size should  be moderate but   not   large;  in  fact,     oversize     vegetables   are  coarse   and of low quality and  rough.       All        root-vegetables  should be washed free -from dirt,  and fibrous roots   and   tops   removed.     With   Cauliflower   the  heads should be about 8 inches in  diameter   with   good    depth of  curd.    Stalk   and   larger leaves  should be removed, and those remaining trimmed  off just  below  the level of the head.  Potatoes���������The   tubes    should  an  this  attendance   of  year.  pects  pupils  At Bonners Ferry the tax  has been reduced 4 mills,  now stands at 48 mills.  ex-  275  rate  and  Kimberley board of trade  favors the erection of stop signs  at all streets leading on to the  main business thoroughfare.  Due to the mines in the Slocan  being shut down: Arrow Lakes  growers are unable to; find a  market for their vegetable crop.  Cranbrook detects signs of an  early winter. Already two of the  more opulent residents with their  families have left for Los Angeles.  Pentieton *s peach crop is not  only heavier than the early  season essimate of 800 tons, but  is also the largest ever harvested.  Two mines at Coal Creek and  one at Mitchel have been  permanently closed throwing 200  miners out of even a few days  work per month.  In order to popularize large  size apples in the old 0ountry it  is proposed to raise an advertising  fund oy charging shippers and  jobbers $1 per car each.  Patrons of the Vernon creamery were paid almost $10,000 for  cream supplied during August.  The butterfat price was up 46 per  cent, as compared with July.  Trail smelter employees residing at Rossland have just organized their own transportation  company and are asking the city  for two lots on which to build a  garage.  Grand Forks saw its firsl soft-  ball last week, and now the  Gazette would like to see the  skating rink used for the sport  until the ice making weather  arrives.  There is just a little dissatisfaction at Kaslo because Hie city  is shutting off the water, particularly on a number of families  who really are not in a position to  pay for it.  Vernon the.mayor antici-  cash   donation   for  relief  wiM _:hf������ Jgss ���������;.; it_h-_I_:  T__E-St-  year, and is eKhar^TO ail the unemployed Tito J|a3������3Pin. ^as much  vegetables as possible.  Choice Fruitland  and Ranches  for Sale  Investigations and  Reports  Box 9  CRESTON  a    s  Bpairsng  ������ll Work Guaranteed  Work ready *v en  Charges, reasonable.  Satisfaction guaranteed*  A* mirmtoell!  Shoe and   Harness   Reoairina  At  pates  r\r*i*r\-_c.__c  It Pays to Keep your  BRAKES in the Best  Condition possible  We are qualified to adjust them according to  factory specifications, and we have the latest  lining equipment should they need lining. Only  the best linings used���������RAYBESTOS.  Battery Charging  Let us take care of 5[our battery troubles.  We have the latest in Bettery Charging  equipment.  CENTRAL MOTORS  Phone 16 CRESTON Canyon St.  iffi&IKL--YSWWkS.    -Y-MtS"^.-- -������������������:" ^������BS?;-;  Wm. Carlin, for 47 years a  resident of Fort Steele, died at  Cranbrook hospital last week.  The auto tourist park and  swimming pool at Cranbrook  closed for the season on the 15th.  August power and light used at  Cranbrook fell off 10,000 kilowatt  hours as compared with August,  1931.  The Suliivan Hill school at  Kimberley has been closed and  the pupils are attending Central  school.  During August the surplus  overflow of Cranbrook water  supply averaged three million  gallons per day.  A special committee of the  Vernon council has advised  against accumulating any  quantity of vegetables for winter  distribution to the needy.  _   _ -W   TGWp   QATW_  W TI     J.\SZ*.   !->_._ _ _ r_~  r_r_T*r  "V_*<2  _������___-+!_:  &-������   good,  milcb cow, three-quarters Jersey, 4 years  old, will freshen October 1st,  $60.   Mrs.  R. Sinclair Smith, West Creston.  The price of flour is down and now is  the time to lay in a winters supply. We  have a car coming in and are quoting ex-  car Purity, 98's, $2.25. and Alberta  Rose. 48's, $2.05. Feed prices are lower  also, except Bran and Shorts, and we are  quoting these at 95c; and , $1.00 ex-car.  These prices cannot last Buy now.  CRESTON FARMERS, INSTITUTE.  iriit  The Women's Institute  Grand  Theatre  Sat. Sep, 24  Warren & Warren  Chiractors  Announce the opening of their Office adjoining Joe's Beauty Parlor  and offer a Universal System in  Drugless Treatment af Acute and  Chronic Ailments.  Office hours: 10-12 a.m. and 1-5  p.m. Other hours by appointment  CHRIST CHURCH  CRESTON  ������  consists   in   spending less than  'you'"ea_n_u   ,;     '"., rV.       ,,..Vt":  If by careful economy you can  save  money,  you have takea a  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings Bsk  ances and shall welcome ypu_?  ascpui-Jt-      ,' ��������� ������a  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fu_nd $20,000,000  Crestora Branch  R. J. Forbes, !������__-__ag������r  ��������� ____���������<_% if __f-__A J ^.r_f__* __.^t ~ ____________ ift riffc ��������� A_-__*r_-_l9_ i__>n _f_r1^ nxTir      ��������� ^T"i^r__T'TJT_ "irSw ~_-fhH-fhm_fSM___l-i__-_B.0h������irtlM_^i  1  and  SALE   of   Home   Cooking,  Bulbs and Roots for Fall  Planting, Garden Produce  in the  United Ghurch Hall  on  Saty., Sept. 24  3 to 5*30 p.m.  Everybody Welcome I  A Lifetime of Thrills in Two  Turns of ihe Clock I  CLIVE BROOK  Kay Francis  Miriam Hopkins  Regis Toomey  in  "24 HOURS"  New York! The modern  Babel! Where a life-time of  thrills is crowded into a few hours  of lavish living, Where LIFE  says "Hurry, Hurry!" and no  man knows today what woman  will be a wept into his arms���������and  out again���������tomorrow!  Pictorial Review*     Cartoon  ___ .Ami _��������� _____  ������/  Metro News  SUNDAY, SEPT. SB  HARVEST FESTIVAL *  CRESTON���������8.00 a.m.. Holy Communion; 11.00 a.m.. Morning Prayer;  7.80 p m., EveninffPraycr.  WYNNDEL���������3 p.m., Evening Prayer.  *  4  4  4  4  4  4  The Consolidated Mining &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd* \  TRAIL. British Columbia  Ammonium Phosphate  Sulphate of Ammonias  Triple Superphosphate  MANUFACTURERS ol  ELEPHANT  BRAND  Chemical Fertilizers  CRESTLAN-S FRUIT COMPANY, LONG, ALLAN & LONG  PRODUCERS & REFINERS  Sold by CRESTON VALLEY CO OPERATIVE  of  TABANAC  {Brand  Electrolytic  LEAD-ZINC  CADMIUM- BISMUTH  wtm-nm^ymjtmmmrnsf*mW^\X^ Jl^i(grrTi|rT'Mir"TnH"y m������imp_[utmmmryrM. mm��������� ^'iijff  Corporation of the VILLAGE OF CRESTON  SALE OF LANDS FOR ARREARS OF TAXES  I HEREBY; GIVE NOTICE that on FRIDAY, tho THIRTIETH DAY of SEPTEMBER, 1982. ut the hour ������f���������T������n  o'clocl_ a m.. at tho Muntc*pal Building at Creaton, B.C., I ehall offer for mile at public auction tho land hereunder Hot. out of  tho pcrnons tn thc list hereinafter Bet out, for the delinquent truces unpaid by said persona on tho Thirtieth day of SepMriibor "  1032, nnd for interest, costs and expenses, including tho coBt of advertising said Bale, if the total amount duo for po-iou ending  September 30th, 1932, is not sooner paid.   Liat of properties nro as follower.  EL F. ARROWSMITH, Clertc.  NAME  McKay, Alexander   PuUjnmcB, Herbert   Strohel, ������lohn _   BrouHHon, Chorion M   Linn, Charles H :.::. ,  Palmer, A. L ...  DESCRIPTION  Peln. B & C of Blk. 3, Man 14105  Lot 7, Bile. E, Map G98B   Lot20A, Blk.E.Map 800   Pel. B, Map 1488      LotB 5A & 7 A. Blk. IS, Map 800  Lot 6, Blk 2, Mup 8B1.D.L. ������24  Taxes  1002  Taxes Taxes  Penl'y  1031 | 1930  Into'nt Advt  $ 8.40 $  1.20  G.00  8.40  7.80  .84$  .12  .00  84  .78  0.06 $10.43  1.38  2.7C  0.66  d.8fl  8.07  1.40  2 08  10.43  6.71  0.00  $  1,20  ��������� .11  aU  1.20  .������0  1,12  Otbev  Coste  1,50  1.50  l.fiO  i.r.o  l.eo  i.m  r'a.oa  1.72  2,13  ������.00  2.10  2.92  Total duo  Village  $or..o(.  7.fi8  16.31  35.06  w.sn  32.78  School  Taxe������  $23,86  N.B.-Upset price at tox sale will he "Total amount due Villim.,'' plus ^I'rivlnclal BehooJ Thmw/! THE  CXCESTON  BET IE W  Grand  Theatre1  A Lifetime of Thrills in Two  Turns of the Clock !  CLIVE B$&<M'  Kay Francis ""'"  Miriam Hopkins  Regis Toorney  in  "24  New York! Th&_ ^ittoderii.  Babel! Where a life-time -of  thrills'is crowded into a few hours  of lavish living. Where LIFE  says "Hurry, Hurry!" and v no  man knows today what woman  will be swept into his arms i-and  out again���������tomorrow! ;  Pictorial Review*      Cartoon  Metro News  Ben Crawfotd left oi? Sunday for Edmonton. ^l^������fearta������'; ^ik_eti& 5*^ ^.3 4'T; cotimienc-'  ing his"���������third'-yj_arp!iht;medicine at,* the  Umvei^t^bi Alberta: in that city He  made the trip by auto in company with  T. J. Crawford. .. V;,.,^.^,,^.:. \  Reeve L. C. McFarland was a motor  business visitor' 5iio;;.V.titcan "/and'-other  points irt Southern Alberta at the end of  the week. He reportfV.the. sugar beet  harvest just getting under way. witta  promise of heavy yields.  H. C. Stockton of .Calgary, Alberta,  president of the Scott Fruit Company,  was here at the end of the week looking  into, the fruit situation and the operations of. Crestland Fruit Company, in  which tfie firm is interested.  ��������� Creston was.fairly well represented at  the fall fair at Wynndel on "^Tednesday>  afternoon Mrs. Boyd and-Mrs. Hayes  did the judging in the cooking, canned  goods arid . heedlew.ork 'classes. ;W.. S.  Mo Alpine Was judge of poultry.  1 Hunting licenses are a little "higher this  year. The license! fp������*,defer is] $3 in  addition to which the license buyer must  procure, two tags at,50 cents each, making a total of $4..:iThis year -each deer  must be agged for identification.  The annual rally day Exercises ih connection with the Sunday school will be  held in the Presbyterian Church at 11.30  a.m. Sunday. At th? evening service at  7.30 Byron Willis Twill preach the  sermon. >,���������.-.���������  POUHDKEEPERS NOTICE  To Ihe Owner Unknown r  Take notice that, pursuant to the provisions of the Pound District Act, one  red heifer with horns cut cff, and one  red and white heifer, brand Ft-1, horns  cut off. weie impounded,in:.the pound  kept by the undersigned at lUast Creston-  Erickson pound, on Tuesday, the 6th"day  of September, 1932. And further take  notice;that unless, within three days after  the date of this notice, you appear at  the pound and release the animals so  impounded by the payment of the lawful  fees and charges, the same will be  advertised and fsold at public auction as  provided in the said Act. Dated this  1 Sth day of September. 1932/  ���������������    VECTOR BRIXA,   Pound-keeper.  The Imperial groceteria has just installed the latest iri the line of a combination cash register-sales slip machine.  In addition to recording the cash transaction the machine also turns out a  printed slip showing the amount of  each separate purchase;  Mrs. Chas. Murrell and Mis. Hayes  were joint hostesses at. a bridge for  Women's Institute benefit at the home  of the latter on Friday evening at which  the high score prizes were won by Mrs  E. Cartwright and Mrs. Geo. Young,  with Miss Marion Carr capturing consolation honors.' Lunch was-ri'erved and  ;the affair was much enjoyecLvby all  present. ' ��������� ���������" ~it'"'J "  :.'.'���������������������������" '.'"';���������  : t>. ���������'��������� .-. ���������������������������'  Col. Mallandaine^R:^. Forbes, I_. "TO.  Bell and M. R* Joyce������were Cranbrook  visitors on Thursday evening last,  attending a Masonic meeting in the  divisional 2lty at which grand master  Beck and grand senior^ warden Cassidy  of Van c6uvferttrer& 'present.'  F_ev. T. Scott, who has been assigned  the work of rector ?at the T Anglican  Church at Grand Pprkd, will take-'his  final service arCresto^bn Sunday evening at 7 30. At 11 a;m^. Creston Valley  Post Canadian ]-vegi!onf;rpf which he is  chaplain, will attend service In a body.  Al. Kettdren ' arrived1 Sn Tuesday from  Cranbrook. in. which eity he has 'been a  hospital patient s3nce ^riday. He sustained a cut over one eye and a bad  shaking up in anfauto. mishap while returning from Cranbrook that afternoon,  in which his Pontiac car was badly  wrecked.  .PLANT NOW. ti. flower next  summer. Wallflower^,n Sweet William,  mixed colors, 25c. dozen. Delphinium  (Larkspur), bright shades of blue, 10c.  or $1 dozen. Columbine, long spurred,  mixed colors, Coreopses, yellow, free  flowering. Hollyhocks*;- mixed colors,  50c. dozen.   H. F. Robson, Wynndel.  The East Creston district lost one of  its quite welt known residents by death  Wednesday morning "in the passing of  August Klein, who.has been located  there for almost the ^pa<;t two years.  Deceased came to: .Camp Lister about  three years ago, and about a year later  moved to his new location. He is survived by a widow and a family of 'six.  KLEENEX~-^~:: .......  Kotex ....-....���������...-.._....-.-.���������.  Velvb......-_:.-. .....���������-..-.���������.. ......  Dental Fix-���������r-~.~,~.~.���������~  Bandol ineii^'-i'���������.���������:������������������.���������������''  21   Ambrosia;-_i..~~..:.---..___..,..  *^r\   Couettes ........:-i^....:���������-~..  S$a   Bisma Rex���������r���������- ���������-���������-  $$   Lactogen 2M lbs..~-l���������  &  Sponge Bags ...._^.���������._.���������.r..:  Vaseline    Hair   Tonic,  large ....���������^...-.:......_���������____-. 85c  Daintee Deodorant..���������... 35c  SS6  29c  2?c  35c  50c  2dc  75c  2.50  25c  50e  25c  Stag Shaving Cream......  Palm Olive Talcums ���������  Lux, Fairsex, Coleo,  Matinee, Palm Olive*  Z&hi Palm, and Egyptian Palm Soaps 3 for~  Genuine Castile, 6 for....  Kora Konea for baby ���������  Armand Vanish or Cold  Cream r ..������������������  Beautywave Shampoo.  Teki Tooth Brush and  TJnbreabable Tumbler 50c  25c  25c  25c  50c  15c  We pay all\ ca^nrymg charges to  outside points.  CREST0NDRU6 & BOOK STORE  I  TBEREXALL STORE  ' _^������**~_������_ "L '������?"s_t_������_v  l^^eC^^^^^^S^^^lg^Sle"  __������_M.-������_^__{i_ft^--__^^  ft   ��������� ... _.<���������._'���������-. !���������..!-;���������'���������   Y ���������    ���������:   -.= ��������������������������� ���������  2- ��������� . ' ���������:���������   ' l"  :  ' -  1 Try Our Service-You'll Like It I  Blflllf     B^    ^flllD     D  nuff ia fu.uii intern  ?  l*a&im������*mmalg*im&A"i&*m&m&tt  %H YY.._.YY .--  .Y      y- . ..-    5.  ma  mm.  ST PAWS T& P>AY CASH AT'THE iMarERB^i  ������������������-_  %3r  IThe price of flour Is dpwn and now is  th^time to layin awiAters supplsr. Wis  have a car coming in and are -quoting ex-  caf Purity. 98's, $2.25. and Alberta  Rose. 98's, $2.05. Feed prices are lower  also, except Bran and Shorts, and we are  quoting these at 95c and $1.00 ex-car.  These prices cannot last Buy now.  CRESTON FARMEKS,  INSTITUTE.  Mrs. E. Wincheombe was hostess at a  miscellaneous shower in honor of Miss  Josephine Pedersen, iThursdav evening.  Bridge was the feature, of the evening  with high score honors going to Mrs.  J. E Hayden.and Mrs, W. J. Craig.  Following icards"'���������a1;/d_Shty lunch was  served and a happy ^Md-i'ng' feature- was  the presentation of msajy hands me and  Is it ready for the season ahead 1    Gives iis a  ring    LET US TEST YOUR TUBES FREE.  We   carry a  full stock of Radio Tubes,  Batteries aii d fittings.  Now on display the NEW MARCONI RADIOS  I  CANON STREEYT at BARTON AVE*  GRESTON  Offshopping at the Imperial, 't'ake a!dva.ritage of all Specials  and low regular prices.   Make your dollars gb farther.  Granolati  3.05  100 lbs.  50 lbs.  BROWN SUGAR, 7^- lbs  20 lbs.  10 lbs.  useful eifts to   the^|fde|%o-be,   which \ f������.";"'""  T_j_3_i_������~"������_V������lKaMtr"T o_������Ii-Mr-i_rW__Ti__-_-     T_xr     K-Tioo'l '���������-' -  were'"^'suitably "tac^ibj^ElcTged"' by'" Miss  Pedersen.  ��������� ���������������������������������������������-BBS aa.B\B"ii _ss fta a gs. S a s^ JB-'ik.. B_a g sqa.fejs1arfflSB^-Bg__SS_i?g02__S-_8G!rafe hritf.*."*h SB������S  ___r_;__i . jr���������  ' I  e^faX&sz&za&B-  M7  ranch has  acres of green  ��������� 50c.  RICE, No. 1 Japan, 4 lbs  f APlbCA, lb - - - - -  SAGO, lb - - - - - - -  23c  7c  7c  s������d_B "  H..W ��������� B Wm m ym.  St. Charles a Pac ific  Nestle3s���������tall tins  ������J  Heinz White Wine  C. <fe B. Malt _  gallon     95c   2 for  BROOMS, - Srstring  ���������33c.  COCOANUT, Dessicatcid, lb 19c.  milsig'^ff&S.BJSMfJBpCqthS^S  ' ^Qp     ' HL^P^^^V^^mWiKmmjKt  <������������������'y\ '.';  ''TmmUhtmaiOmihx^                    9V ���������}  VcffGiimfySe and SmSsm'tietl. tiA ' mVSS  b Agon ,: sliced i' '^m* jpfcj|*  Cello wrapped.'., ' ._';���������;���������'':;���������  O. Hv" Perkins  of  the  ���������just finished cutting iO'  feed.' ���������,. ..;...-. ���������.: ....  Rudolph Nelspn ofjSfelson.is here on a  visit with friends.    ''���������;  Miss Vivian and Celjna Langlois and  Joe Langlois and Rudolph Nelson, were  Cranbrook visitors on Sunday.  Lpwis Anderson,,_. Misses Beatrice  Molander and Hazel McGonegal were  Cranbrook visitors over the.weekend.  G. Cady, Nelson lumberman, was here  on business over the weeke'hd.  The Racketeer softball team played  the Yahk Dumb Dpr^sj.here on Sunday  afternoon and were a$ft������h trimmed, this  by a score of 19 to 8.   '  Frank ; Pymn of .the B.C. forestry  branch������ Cranbrook, was a husiness visitr  or at Kitchener last week, a guest at the  Kitcherer Hotel.  Mrs. Nellie Langlois returned on Monday frorw the St., ^ugene hospital,  dranbrook, where she,waa n patient for  the past week.  H. A. McKowan, <fTfli.Spence and C,  B. Simpson of Crahbt'oblc Sash '������& Door  Company,   were   busTneas visitors here  la^t week., '"''/,;', . , _^,,,. (.;.    \' '.'  Two cars of C.P.R.'posts were shipped  from here one day last week, going to  prairie pqinta. A carload of eottonwood  was shipped ,this week to the veneer  alant nt Nelson.    ,   .*'.-.  ���������'���������'��������������������������� <������������������������������������ '.;.    i       |t>4i:.t '.'  '���������,���������, ..  Mr. and Mra. B., WhnBoin and Mrs. A.  liop9,KC arid. Vhildrcjn,(Ronald 'and Louis*!,  werQ.Omnbrook visitor on Tuesday, and  while there they called on Tom Tjorson,  Wh6 is a hoapital patient in that city,  an,d;^li6';fHdolhi?"afl^l_l-_is'' can bo ox-  pected, . ..;,,  r-_-^--_-_u_'_^w^a.fa_iim������i^^  Teamwork gets results. You look after  the ^picYfin^and other operations in the  orchard, and let us handle the hauling.  We have the e^uipmefit, and our  drivers are reliarjle and careiuL We  guarantee satisfaction. Oh^rejes are  reasonable. LeX ^s give yoii a price on  the season's haul.  H.  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BOX 70  ALBERT DAVIES  PHONE 13  SUNDAY, SEPT. 25  HJVEVESTFiaSTiVAt'       i.  CRKSTONt-8.00 o.lrti.. Holy Communion j 3.1.00 a.m., mommis" Prayers  7:ao p rri., EvenhiK Pifoyof.  WYWJSIlLMIrilrrB p,m.������ K3v������ning Prayer.  i,-^1..._������������,��������� ������..-__>_.A., A. _k_._to...<>.,ii.i.^t.A. ������>. ������_.l."..A._>,.^.i f-...^_,t.���������>_..i'.>...''.*/.j.,.i7  assss  ______  CSBfU*  7  Have YOU Paid your Subscription  n  *v .*#.V!^^������J^-^*'--tf'_Wrti_^^  THE   R1TTCEW.   CTRKSTON.   B.   Or  Madame Lac rolx's delicious  CHOCOLATE LAYER CAKE  H cup butter  1 cup sugar '  2 eggs  I teaspoon vanilla extract  _ :._.  2>_ cups pastry flour (or 2 cups and  3 tablespoons of bread flour)  3 teaspoons Magic Bating Powder  H teaspoon salt  Cream butter; add sugar, a little  at a time, beating until light; add  beaten yolks and flavoring; add  fiour, sifted with salt and baking  powder, alternately with milk. Fold  m stiffly beaten egg whites. Bake  in 3 greased layer cake pans in  moderate oven at 375������ F. about 20  minutes. Recipe for Chocolate  icing and .filling is in the Magic  Cook Book.  WORLD HAPPENING!  BRIEFLY TOLD  Why Magic  Baking Powder is used  exclusively at this  Montreal School  otnestie  Science  <fWe teach our  students only the  surest methods,"  says Madame R.  A suitable home for the Canadian  legation in Tokyo may be expected in  the very near future.  Jimmy Oates, first man to cross  Canada by motorcycle, now plans to  motorcycle from Ottawa tp Churchill.  Switzerland sent 2,200,000 pounds  of silk and rayon products to Great  Britain last year.  Thirty more Doukhobor men have  been sent to Piers Island. There are  now about 10ft men on the island.  Three Chinese boys have left Calgary for their homeland to join the  Nationalist army air force. They were  trained locally.  The report to the League of Nations  on Manchuria advises establishment  of Chinese autonomy under Japanese  advisers.  The British Government has received no intimation from the United  States regarding postponement of the  world economic conference, expected  to begin in London in October.  Lord Wakefield, owner of "Miss  England III.," fastest speed boat in  the world, announced he would take  no further part In motor boat speed  contests.  Population contained within the  area designated &s Greater Vancouver, according to the census of 1931,  is placed at 308,340, it is reported by  the Dominion Bureau of Statistics.  If  Sweeter,  More  Fmgirant  in   Your  Pipel  Any pipe tastes better, from the time  you first load the bowl with Ogden's  cut plug ������������������ it's sweeter, richer, cooler  and more fragrant.  1  mmm  Piiiiii^  Xfyou "roll your awnf,t asm  Ogtlen'sjine cut  cigarette tobacco.  Plan World Cruise  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON !  SEPTEMBER 25  MOSES HONORED IN HIS DEATH  Golden Text: "Precious in the sight  of Jehovah is the death of His saints."  ���������Psalm 116: 15.  Lesson: Deuteronomy 32:48-52; 34:  5-8.  Devotional Reading: Psalm 116:12-  19.  grandeur of those closing scenes. To  l*������OST.a   ��������� !���������%_(__.    <-_���������*������������-f-l _rl   _r-kfl_-t    ������t������ww.y������*l    nl _r-wi___.-*w>4'f'1*  *******> V *4m*     %M.__V     m^ m ������_*_*__,������_*    \r**m*      ������f������_a������.4Vl.     V*_LW *.*������_��������� '    TT������b������������  God on that mysterious summit overlooking the land which in after years  would in every event of its glorious  spiritual history witness to his service���������the imagination could not dream  of an end more august and splendid."  New Anti-Aircraft Gun  Ontario Is Interested  ������_ac*u_i%j  ^-assist  ant Director of  the Provincial  School of Domestic Science, Montreal. "That's  why I always use and recommend  Magic Baking Powder. Its high  leavening quality is always uniform.  You get the same satisfactory results every time you use it."  And Magic Baking Powder is the  unquestioned choice in the majority of cooking schools throughout  che Dominion. Cookery teachers-  Bind housewives, too���������prefer Magic  because of its consistently better  results.  Free Cook Boot.��������� When you hake  at home, the new Magic Cook  Book will give you dozens of recipes  for delicious baked foods. Write to  Standard Brands Ltd., Fraser Avc.  nnd Liberty St., Toronto, Ontario.  .Mi&m%mWaM  m.MWMa*������ay.*.W.-y.f-?yX\  .'CONTAINS NO  ALUM/'Thlnitflt--  ment on ������v������ry tin  ������������������   our   tfunrantee  that Ma ate nalclniJ  Powder I* free from  alum or any harmful Inured lent.  Cunard Cruiser "Carinthia" To Make  Cruise Of Southern Hemisphere  The Southern Hemisphere wlli he  encircled, for the first time by a cruise  liner when the Cunard cruiser "Car-  inthia" makes her world cruise next  January, leaving New York on January 7th. The entire cruise will be  made under the Southern Cross. The  duration of the cruise will be 139 days  with a distance of approximately 36,-  301 miles, calling at 35 ports.  After leaving New York the "Car-  Lnthia" will call at Kingston, Jamaica.  then through the Panama Canal to  California, Hawaii, down to the South  Sea Islands, visiting in rapid succession those atolls of fabulous beauty  and. fascination, Tahiti, Rarotonga,  Samoa and the Fijis, continuing to  New Zealand and Australia, New  Guinea, the Dutch East Indies, including Bali and Java, the Strait Settlements, Ceylon, makes a stop for  the first time in the history of any  cruise at the famous Seychelles Islands, <Port Victoria), down the coast  of sunny East Africa from Mombasa  to Cape Town, across the South Atlantic to Montevideo (for Buenos  Aires), Santos, Rio de Janeiro, and  back to New York. Practically all  ports of the itinerary have seldom  been visited by Canadians or Americans.  The cruise will be particularly Interesting to Canadians in that a large  number of British possessions will be  visited, including amaica, New Zealand, Australia, the Strait Settlements, Ceylon, Seychelles, Kenya,  Zanzibar, Union of South Africa and  Barbadoes.  The ship is due bach, in New York  on the afternoon of Thursday, May  25th. The "Carinthia" is the newest  steamer in the Cunard fleet, was especially constructed for cruising and  is of 20,000 tons gross. The shore  arrangementa of the cruise are being  managed by Thos. Cook & Son.  Sxpfianai-Oii-t and Comments  Moses -Learns. Of His Approcahing  Death,   32:4S:52.���������Moses'   work   was.  over. In the plains of Moab The was In !  sight of the goal of his forty years' ]  pilgrimage. He could behold the Land  of Promise, for he was over against  Jericho, but he was not to enter it;  his last hour had come.  Death is part of the divine economy. The thought of death should  make this life seem worth while, and  tbe other world real. Life is a beautiful gift from our father's hands,  meant for us to enjoy, but above all,  to use aright. And death is another  gift from our Father which will leacl  us into an infinitely larger, happier  life. Dr. Henry van Dyke's beautiful  prayer breathes the true spirit:  "Steady me to do my full stint of  work as well as I can; and when that  ls done, stop me, pay me what wages  Thou wilt, and help me to say, from  a quiet heart, a grateful Amen."  The Death -Of Moses, 34:5-8.���������To  Joshua, bis minister, Moses turned  over the reins of his authority. . He  climbed to the summit of the ridge  overlooking the Plain of Moab. Below  him lay the -white tents of the people  whom he loved, for whom he had  labored. To the West lay the goal  which he had ever had ln view; its  attaining had been the sustaining  hope throughout all the wilderness  life. . Long and earnestly he gazed.  "And then he quietly turned away to  take his Journey to a. fairer land of  promise than that upon which hia  eyes had been fixed. No finer close  to a great life could be imagined. Any  description of the pageantry of a  royal funeral would be tawdry in  comparison with    the    dignity    and  Claimed  To  Have  Range Of  Seven  and HaJf Miles  That a new anti-aircraft gun can  bring down an attacking bomber seven and one-half miles up in the air,  is the claim to those conducting tests  on the Riviera coast near La Seyne,  France. The secret of the gun's construction Is jealously guarded by the  firm whose engineers planned it. Antiaircraft guns have previously proved  effective, at a height of about three  and one-h^lf miles, but modern aircraft can attain much greater altitudes. In the experiments off La  Seyne an aeroplane with pilot and mechanic, ascended seven and one-half  miles towing, suspended 1,000 feet beneath it, a target on which the antiaircraft. gun opened fire with live  shells. Aviation, military and naval  men of Europe are watching the tests.  Province Expects To Be Well Represented At World's Grain Show  Ontario will be adequately represented at the World's Grain Show in*  Regina, July 24 to August 5, 1933,-  Hon. T. A. Kennedy, provincial minister of agriculture, said at a meeting  of the show's Ontario committee at-  Toronto recently.  The minister advised the committee Ontario should be represented in  the intercollegiate and junior grata*  judging competition. Plans are being  completed for holding grain judging  competitions at several strategic-  points throughout the province to select representatives for a final competition at Guelph. There three Ontario representatives will be chosen.-  Consideration was given the preparation of an educational exhibit at  the show, representing the natural resources of the province.       ���������>  Record For Survey Ship  Government Vessel Sets Mark For  Far North Sailing  Completing what is said to have  been a new record in far north sailing, the SS. Ocean Eagle, government  survey ship, in command of Captain  William Poolok, returned to Churchill  after a 17-day voyage into the Foxe  Basin regions. The '-Eagle" steamed  near the southern extremity of Cock-  burn Land, east and slightly south of  the magnetic pole. It is stated that  no steamer of the proportions of the  "Eagle" had sailed so fay north in  that area east of Baffin Island.  Do You Know?  ���������.  -MtdclaCiuiida  The Graf Zeppelin^ German dirigi-  ���������de, recently arrived at Frlcdoiichsha-  fen, Germany, completing Its fourth  wound trip of the year at Pernam-  buco, Brazil.  M������wiMWMN_n_M__wniM_nMaM^  Acidity Overcome  ���������MWSMMNM.  Wonderful He nulls From  Famous Vegetable Pills  Iwfttead of having an acid Btomncli and  IveiiiK count .paled, Mr, Frank C, ia  well. "I can eat anything since trying  Carter's Utile. Liver Pilw," lie nay...  IBecaui-e tliey nro PURF������LY VEG'K-  TAUIX,������ went le, effer: tivn ton ic to bolh  liver and wowcIh, Dr. Carter's Little  Liver P'llln are ���������without equal for correcting Co ii������t J [> a t i on, B11 i o u m n cflit,  l-lead.'iclteit. Poor Complexion ancl U\<%-  '#������������tt_wr<������nc.--&71Kr tfd pWs������C *vory-  ivFere. Ante lor Cartcr'u by NAM Li.  Ma-!.".-.. '.""���������"���������������������������;'������������������ ��������� r. I".1:"���������:.v "Y,"   ���������_���������  w.   n.   u.   if.no  Secrets Of The Skies  Monnter Astronomical Observatory To  Bo Built In State*  Pooling resources, tho University  of Chicago and thc University of Tex-  aB plan a co-operative now astronomical observatory���������surpassed only in  size by the Mount Wilson Observatory  ���������to search out tho secrets of tho  skies.  Announcement of the project waa  made by Vice-President, Frederic  Woodward, of the University of Chi-  enjjo. The observatory, ho- .mid, would  house an 80-tnch reflecting toloscopo.  It ia expected the observatory wlll bo  completed by July 1, 1038, at a cont  of about $375,000.  Pelicans In flight move their wlng.i  In iinlaoti, tnklnff their beat from the  leader nnd keeping, timo with him.  ' fcMS'<'' " ���������',\i$'ity)$li������' \~Pl.*t*m,'mth Cmnadun Nttiwul ���������m������vt**t,  THAT all tho "Etatttao of the Century" are hot fought In tho  otiLirtfetl circle 1 Hot*������ fa otie betwee'w two elk In the tthatjow of  Pyramid Mountain In Ja������per National Pork, Albert*, Canada, lief org  in Minln.t.r*<int<td aMUdlenott.  at least not with old-  fashioned dust cloths*  I've found a better way.  Thousands of Canadian women  know that her "better -way" is the  Appleford Wonder Paper. Mado  from clean rags and soft paper pulp  scientifically treated with high.  grade furniture polish, it dusta ���������  ne it cleans ��������� aa it polishes.  "Wonder Paper is changing the old-  established order of house-cleanings  One neat package of it appeals moro  So women than yard a of old raga  that spread dust and constantly need  washing to bo sanitary.  Yon get twenty.five sheets of  Wonder Paper for a quarter. Simply crumple a sheet into a soft wail.  go over the furniture, woodwork,  nnd the floors. The results nro a  delight. Tn half the time and with  half the effort, you get a nccesanry  task done far more satisfactorily.  And when youVe through, throw-  away the piece of Wonder Paper. No  shaking out, or washing, of diiBtcre.  Certainly you ought to try Wonder  Paper. " "���������,.,-..  Special Offer  WONDER PAPER is mado by tlio  makers of tho famous PARA-SANf,  the Hwivy Waxed Puper in tho  Green Uox. Most grocery, hnrdwara  nnd department Atoms have Apple-  ffot'd wonder P������p<__ --En (.lock. ,.$������  yours hasn't, just send this coupon  nnd we'll give you a booklet entitled "Leftovers", containing ono  hundred recipes, aa a bonus.  A iiple for J Paper Product*, Ltd.,  Hmmi-toil, Qtmtioa  Enclosed find 25c for whieh  please send mo ono punkako of  Thv Wonder Vapor and your 100  redpea foe' "Leftovers*'.,  Nanw. ,   'Atl<lre.$ ..,......,.,   iWy   WOflfdF    10^**. 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All druggists sell Aspirin  tablets. -"Aspirin" is a trade-mark  registered in Canada.  ess  THE HOUSE OF  nm.AMC^rimti TQIW  aVmmmmtlUma)'*'%m\TttmiA** mmmmtmrn  .  T,;:-    T"   "���������"''.���������,BT'w '���������;  '        MTARGAKET P1_DI_EB  Author Of-  ���������The Sptendta Folly." **Th������ HennW  Of Far^nd."  Hofi&er & Stouchton. Ltd.. London.  CHAPTER. XXXI.���������Continued  Tortured beyond bearing,. this, final  taunt, levelled at the woman he held  more dear than anything in life,  snapped his last thread of self-control.   , .^^.^^a^.   ';,%>  He fiuhgr himself ..forward, and his  hands were gripping, gripping at the  soft ivory throat from which the  taunt had sprung. He felt the woman  writhe, struggling to pull his hands  from her neck. But it meant nothing  to him. He did not think of her any  longer as a woman. She was something vile���������leprous to' the very core  of her being���������a thing to be destroyed.  The thing which had made of all  Jean's promised happiness a black  and bitter mockery.  The mad Tormarin rage surged  through his veins like a consuming  fire. He would break her���������break her  and utterly destroy her just as one  ���������destroyed a deadly snake.  And then across the thunderous  roar that beat in his ears came the  beloved voice/the voice that would  have power to call him out of the  depths of hell itself���������Jean's voice.  "Blaise! Blaise! What are you do-  tag ?   .   ...   . ��������� Stop-"  CHAPTER XXXII.  Tlio Dividing Sword  Slowly, reluctantly, Tormarin's  hands loosened their clasp of Madame  de Varigny's throat, and with a swift,  flexible twist of vhe body she slipped  aside and stood a few paces from  him.  Jean, looked from one to the other  with horrified eyes.'  "Madame de Varigny?���������Blaise?"  she stammered. "What is it?.. . . .  Why, you���������you might have killed her,  Blaise!"  He. stared at her, blankly. .His- release of the Italian woman had been  .in'mere bliUd response to Jean's first  imperative appeal that he should desist. But the mists of ungovernable  anger had hardly yet cleared from  his brajta; the blood still drummed in  his ears like the roar of the sea.  "Blaise"���������Jean spoke imploringly.  ���������"What were you doing? Tell me        "  .With ah effort he seemed to recover himself. :������������������  -It's'a pity you didn't let me finish  ;it, Jean," he said harshly. "Such wo-  women are better dead."   ...y    ,/  Madame: de Varigny was fingering  her neck delicately where the pressure of Blaise's grip had scored red  marks on the cream-white flesh. She  seemed quite composed. Her smile  still held its quiet triumph and her  long dark eyes gleamed with the same  mockery that had brought her within  measurable distance of quick" death.  "As Monsieur Tor-ma-rin seems to  find a difficulty in explaining-���������permit  me," she said at _ast. "He was angry  with me because ^1 bring him the good  news that his wife is still alive, that  he need mourn no longer."  ,  While she spoke her eyes, resting  on  Blaise's  mask-like  face,   held   an  va^ncaiiivu   njx.   uuuiuiyus   sai.ia_a.Ci.njjj.  "His wife ... .alive?" repeated  Jean dazedly. "Blaise, is she mad!  Nesta has been dead years���������years."  Then, as he made no answer, she continued rapidly, a faint note of fear vibrating in her voice: "Isn't it so ?  Blaise���������speak! Quickly, tell her���������  Nesta has been dead same years!"  "He cannot tell me anything about  her which I do not know already,  Mees Peterson, seeing that she is my  sister and has been living with me  ever since her husband's cruelty drove  her from his home."  "Is it true, Blaise?" whispered  Jean.  Belief that some substance of horrible truth lay behind the Italian's  coolly uttered statements was beginning to lay hold of her. ... -  "Blaise, Blaise"���������her voice rising a  little���������"say-; it isn't true���������tell - her it;  isn't true."  He looked at her speechlessly, but  the measureless pain in his eyes answered her more fully, mOre convincingly than any words.  "You see ?" broke in Madame de  Varigny triumphantly. "He cannot  deny it!.It was I who told him of her  death and I who now tell htm  that she still lives. Listen to  me, mademoiselle, and I will recount  you how- "  "No!" interrupted Jean proudly.  "Whatever there may be for me to  hear, I will hear it from Blaise���������not  from you."  She turned again to Tormarln.  "Tell me  everything,  Blaise,"  she  said simply.  He took her outstretched hands and  drew her slowly towards him. No one,  reading now the calm sadness, the  stern Imprint of endurance on his  face, could have imagined it was that  of the same man who, a few moments  earlier, had. been swept by such a  tempest of uncontrollable anger.  "Jean," he said very gently and  pitifully. "I'm afraid that what  Madame de Varigny says may be  true. I have no proof that it Is not  f   TOT.  BABYS  W.  n.   tr.   low  "Nor have you any proof that lt is,"  broke In Jean swiftly. She swung  round on Madame de Varigny.  "Where Is your proof���������where is your  proof?" ������  The Italian smiled.  "Monsieur Tor-ma-rin will find his  wife in my car. I bade tlio chauffeur  wait with it at the lodge gate."  "Do you mean you have brought  ,Kpata���������here?" crlpd Blaise.  "Why not?" replied Madame do  Varigny,������< with a return to tho same  exasperating complacon6y with which  she had originally described hcr whole  sohomo of revenge. "And���������horo ?  Surely hor husband's house Is the proper place to which.to bring his wife?"  "Sho cannot iomain horo," said  Blaise with decision.  ���������'No? Por the moment that was not  my Idea, I brought her with mo because I thought there could bo no  moro convincing proof."  Blaise looked at hor ocatrchlngly.  Ho fancied he detected a false note In  nor voluble ..pooch, und a now idea,  Stop &m&  l_������=3_.^-^  pays  "K. ������ _L ������.  It pays in pleasure���������and  pays in actual cash.  For Turret Fine Cut is  fragrant, mellow Virginia  tobacco, that rolls into  thoroughly satisfying  cigarettes. You can roll  at least 50 cigarettes with  a 20c package.  FREE   Chantecler  cigarette papers with  every package.  25*������ und 20 fi packages  -���������also in $������lb. vacziiian tins  F    INE  CUT  CSgarette   Tobaec  presented itself to hfrn. Was the woman simply putting; up a. gigantic  bluff? Or was it really Nesta, his  wife; waiting. inr"the:Tsea_?'&fr the lodge  gates ?- ;It. OccurredTTtc^ him. as F'erfect-  ly feasible that it might be merely  some woman whose, remarkable resemblance to! the dead girl had-sug^  gested to the Comtess's fertile brain  the scheme that she should impersonate her. ���������   ~  His mind seized eagerly upon the  idea, bolstering it up with Madame de  Varigny's own admission. "I made little changes in her appearance," she  had said. "The colour of her hair, the  way of dressing it." Probably she was  relying on those "little changes," and  on the blurred" recollection- resulting  from the length of time which had  elapsed since Nesta's death, to aid  her in her plan of introducing as his  wife a woman who closely resembled  her. He felt morally sure of it, and  the light of hope suddenly shone  bravely.  "I believe you are deceiving me,"  said quietly. "Lying���������as you have lied  all through the piece, I'll come and  see this 'wife' you have waiting in  the car for me"���������grimly. He turned to  Jean. "Keep up your courage, sweetheart," ho said ln a low voice full of  infinite solicitude. "I believe the  whole thing is a put-up job to separate us."  Jqan smiled at him radiantly. Sho  felt all at once vory confident. In a  few minutes this nightmarish story  of a Nesta still nllvp and claiming  hcr rights as Blaise's wife would be  proved a lie. 'i'"  Tormarin crossed tho room and  ,oonod tho door.  "Now,   Madarrto   do   Varigny���������will  you como with mo?" (>  Tho woman hesitated a moment.  "Gome," insisted Blaise firmly.   "Or  B*IB_L%!'fl*l_!"l laPfl'B  IY>u_ MlnardV ,ln������o ������ warm  di.li. Rub lliilunaut gently iiij  thon   apply  ll  according to  ^directions   .  .and booh  yauTll g������$j. jjsaMQf 8.  ���������are you afraid, after all, to bring  me face to face with my wife?"  .    She shook her head.  ^No," she said. "I am^not afraid. It  is only that I am ..so. sorry���������so sorry  for the little Jean."  Her eyes, soft and dark and liquid  as the eyes of a deer, Ysought Jean's  beseechingly.  "I am so sorry/' she repeated. And  passed, slowly,���������almost unwillingly, it  seemed, out of the room, followed by  Tormarin. "  abba*        mmm.  Jean raised her head from Blaise's  shoulder and pushed back her hair,  damp with perspiration, from her  forehead. It "_jeemed to her as though  she had been down, down into some  awful, limitless abyss of darkness  from which she was now feebly struggling back to a painful consciousness  of material things. A great sea had  surged over her head, blotting out  everything, and_ remained poised  above her like a huge black arch,  imprisoning her in the vast, deserted,  chaos in which she found herself wandering. Then���������after a long time, it  seemed���������it had surged away again  and she could distinguish Blaise's face  bent above her.  "Then���������then it's true?" she said  stupidly. Her voice sounded tiny, even  to herself���������a more thread of sound.  Blaise made no answer. He only held  her a little closer in his arms. Sho  supposed ho hadn't heard that thin  little thread of voico. Sho must try  again.  "Is,it true, Blaise? Is Nesta- "  But somehow tho lost words wouldn't  come.  Sho felt his arm jerk against hcr  side.  "Yes," he said baldly, "It's true.  Nesta is alive. I've seen her."  Joan oaid nothing. Sho knew it���������-  had known it all the timo the arched  wall of sea had kept her down In that  awful black waste whoro there had  been neither warmth nor sunshino but  only bitter, froosslng cold and llghtloss  space. Sho citing a littlo el ostar to  Blaise, like a frightened, exhausted  child.  "Heart's beloved .... littlo dearest Joan . . . ," She hoard the wrung  murmur of hia voice above her head.  Then fiucldonly, his arms tightening  round hor: "My soul!"  The sunlight sLlll nlantod ln through  tho windows, mellow nnd golden. A  gay about of laughter como up from  r~  She Shouldn't be Tired  No energy... circles under her eyes. If she  xvould only try Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound in tablec-form,  she could be strong and happy again.  the boat on the laJce. The clock on ,t_M  chimneypiece struck the hour���������twelve  slow, maddening strokes.  Jean stared at Its blank, foolish  facefThe hands, had pointed to half-  past eleven when the door of the room  had closed behind Blaise and Madame  de Varigny. It had taken just a brief  half-hour to smash up her wholo  world���������to rob her of everything that  mattered.  "I must think���������I must think," sho  muttered.  "Belovedest"���������Blaise's voice wa������  wonderfully tender���������not with thc pas-  slonato tenderness of a lover hut with  a solicitude that was almost maternal. "Belovedest, don't try to think  now. Try to rest a littlo, won't you?"  And at that Jean came right back  to an understanding of all that had  happened, as the needle of a compass  swings back to the frozen north.  (To Be Continued.)  !jy 4Qi F F E E  thif Way I  ONCE VOU ���������(_>. li������v_n������  B<.r_l-f.'i SI. ChurLi  IkAtlU |������ your coJfs*, you  wlll n-V-������ noaln t>* without  Ei In th* haul*. It bi������nd_ In  ���������Moothlv, -urfilitfl tit* coif**  lo ��������� licit f old������n b-own, ������n4  hu * rich t*itr������*.������ tliat w������l(������i  on* com* b*cb lot man*,  I  Ht&^^^r.^^^ii'.biey&^^mL ���������>������������������*. V H !>!! i||||%! Mh.'?1!'Mt"K Hlil cU*k'aM-''HI ���������(. F*W "ml ||;i������W* ��������� *  ._,ll<::|..,:|l.m...,i>,:.^^^^^^N^pJ^y^p0^^.|.f-n������.  ������.    ������'!' THIS   t.KJ__STO.N   JKJSVMSW  ������.  *���������  ���������  a*  m  ������  *  m  *  *  m  >  m  _  ft  ���������  fr  ������  fr  ������  fr  ������  fr  *  fr  fr  t  ft  ������  fr  fr  m  t  fr  ���������  fr  fr  fr  F  fr  ��������� -*-.^-.^-A-a--.-a-._^.___.___,__.-__._,__,._^,-,__.__...__,_,_____,   __. __.__,_ __ ___,-__.___���������___.__. __���������_____._���������______ _____    __   __   A   _>  aimer  Cool nights and chilly mornings remind that warmer  wearables are a necessity, and that the best time to buy is  early in the season when stocks are complete and you are sure  of getting the proper size and the desired colors. We invite  your inspection of our line of  Men's Sweaters in Tan, White, Black  Coat Sweaters in Heather Mixtures  Heavy Rope Stitch Sweaters  Light Fine Wool Sweaters  Jnderwear that   please  equally attractive prices.  L  r>4-  CH_  Creston Valley Co-Operative Assn.  Phone 12  CRESTON  *,������������������__,__.__.--������������������__���������__,-._.���������_-.*.  -*���������   m -m..m.*m..m.   __.__���������__.___..  .__.__.  .A.A.A.A.  4  ___  u  I  m  SPECIAL LINE  Local and Personal  PULLETS���������White Lsghora pullets  for sale.   Paul Raschke- Camp Lister.  SWAP���������SHvw black foxes and eows  for best winter apples.   P. M. Wiltse*  INSURANCE���������Fire, life, automobile.  sickness  -thtt  accident.    H. A. Powell,  Creston.  MODERN BUNGALOW TO LET���������  Swivel office chair-for sale, Fred Ash?  Creston. 24-3  Mrs. C. F. Armstrong and son, Charlie,  were weekend visitors with her father,  A, E. Davies.  The evening of Friday, October 14th,  has been taken by the Pythian Sisters for  a bridge drive.  Earl Christie has joined the sales staff  at the Imperial groceteria, commencing  work on Saturday.  Saturday, December 3rd, is the date  seiectred   by Christ   Church   W.A.   for  their .annual basaar.  Mrs.   Hurlburt  of Moosejaw, Sask.  arrived on Friday   on a   visit   with  her  mother, Mrs. Fransen.  PIGS FOR SALE���������Young   - _*-������ ___>       ______ T_.������   wtitiw   uta,   *o   eacu.       a wnn  (Alice Siding), Creston.  FOR SALE���������Horse, about 1300 lbs. or  will make reasonable trade, what have  you?   Apply Review. Office  Of  ���������IV  *VT/m \Jm\KR  ia *&  pigs,   six  t_      ������_._������.   xv.    uu liter  Vital statistics for Avgust show five  births, one death and two marriages  Of the births three were boys.  (alJNGHAM  Miss M. Ireland of Medicine Hat,  Alberta, arrived on Monday on a short  holiday visit with   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Jas.  Cook.  In connection with the Women's  Institute tea and sale at the United  hall to-morrow there will be a raffle of  a  turkey .-...-  Jim Cherringjon left on Sunday for  Edmonton, Alberta, where he has enrolled   as   a     student   in   the   Alberta  University.  W. R. Steward has arrived from the  Windermere   eountsy    and   will   be   in  charge of game warden work in  tbe dis-..  trict this season.  FOR SALE���������Jersey cow ready to  freshen. Also house for rent, with water  and outbuildings, $5 per month. E.  Nouguier, Canyoii_  Arthur Speers left at the first of the  C. B. Twtgg, district agriculturist, was  here from Cranbrook at the first of the  week, and on Wednesday placed the  prize tickets on the fruit, .vegetables TOtd  flowers at the Wynndel fall *a!r_  _ Shipping of Mcintosh Red apples got  under way at the first of the week. The  ci-op is heavy arid of excellent color, "but  not so Clean as in other seasons. It; is  expected to move quite heavy to bulk.  W. B. Martin, C.P.R. station ������������������nt,  is taking his usual two wj&ks' vacation  this month, and in hte absence tlie  depot is in charge of Mr. Watkins of  Midway, who is accompanied by his  wife.  The annua! rally day exercises in connection with the Sunday school will be  held in the Presbyterian Church at 11.30  a.m. Sunday. At the evening service at  7.S0>    Byron    Willis   will   preach  the  56rutGii.  The audited financial statement an  connection with the Boswell regatta In  July shows nett profits of $186.56 and  this has been split 59-60 between Creston hospital and Boswell Farmers'  Institute.  Canadian Legion members are aBked  to fail in at the Shell Oil Company warehouse at 10.45 a.in.i to attend divine  service at Christ Church at 11 "o'clock,  at which Chaplain Rev. T. Scott will be  speaker. All returned men are invited  to participate.  Frank Sutton of Milo, Alberta, was  here for a couple of days last week, looking the village and district over, having  in mind to build a hotel at CrestOn.  Like several who have preceded him here  on a similar mission, he hesitates to  erect a building until such time as a beer  parlor license can be assured.  The warm streak of weather that has  featured September came to an end on  Saturday when the district was visited  with some rain and a very heavy wind  which did some damage in local orchards.  w������_&fcuvr   *������  Am.  Cooler  stay and it is time to bfe planning for fall and winter  comfort' If you are considering the purchase of a new  heater drop in and see out  stock*  Queen and Charm Heuiers  wood  Combination Heaters  woodf of cbtti  Circulators  Stove Pipes, awotvs  T andTaperPipte  A   nice   stock  Wood Ranges.  of Coall an&  G. Sinclair  Greston Hardware 41  .. Ganvoii St_ East   -s K '*>   - ; . '������*,  r^  A.m\.A.A.m..A\.A.A\.A.m..m^.m..m\:m.-m..^-+..m.-m.-*.:m.. _>___.__.__.   _v   _.__>.   _^___.  __���������____   __  SIZES: JSmall, Medium, ancl Large.  Stripes,   Checks,   Plaids.  *  fi  1  PATTJSRNj-:  COLCfKS  *��������� ���������. -  ������ ���������-  IPinks.  *   a  Blues, etc.  few Prints.  including  *_-,���������^1_     ������__..    _"* _-3 ___.���������_..  wo-;-__i _v<   v_ajg������Jjr,  All _._  commencing his   .second  year  at Mount Royal College.  work  at  nfcj -*<ft.__   ���������  LOCAL  Spare Ribs, lb. IOc   Chicken, lb. 22^  Choice It  >eef,  pel' lb. ....  Choice K. Pork, per lb'..-  Choice S_ _Lanab, per  lb.......  Hearts, 10c lb.'      '   Tongues, I5c lb.  12ic-15c  121c-15c  ioc-20c  fc  .?:    ������������������  1  ������;^B ___������Bli%^_riaPi ei  POMPANY,   LTD.  54  f^Sw21^^W^fe*w!; ^!fm\Wm^'^  r^mZttyz  r^mm*r^:^m^^yr^mmk^^  "Wise Ducks'* Come Here  for Hunting Supplies  Come to sportsmen's headquarters for the best vatues in  Hunting Goats, Caps, Boots, Guns, everything, including  Western���������the World's Champion Ammunition.  Western Super-X Shells  arc as popular with duck hunters as a Christmas dinner.  They give you 15 to ao yards greater range and Shorter  Shot String.   The shot charge holds to'  gcthcr as it travels through the air, instead  of stringing out. More pellets reach the  bird.  For quail or rabbits olaoot the hard-hitting  WwmtitN Xpert ahelk. Top quality at *  low price  FOR SALE OR, TRADE���������Model T  one-ton Ford truck, fine shape, tires  nearly new, spare. Will exchange for  fruit.   .Enquire Review Office.  COW FOR SALE���������One good, gentle  milch cow, three-quarters Jersey, 4 years  old, will freshen October lst, $60. Mrs.  R. Sinclair Smith, West Creston.  Dealers report the saleB of ammunition I '  and ott.er supplies for tbe opening of the  bunting season on Thursday last, to be  well up to the standard of other years.  Harvest thankPgiving services will be  held at Christ Church on Sunday at  11-  a.m.. and 7.S0   p m.   There  will   be  a  celebration     of    Holy   Communion   at  8 a.m.  Provincial police officer McKay  arrived from Nelson at the <>nd of the  week, arid will assist with the work of law  enforcement in the district temporarily,  at least.  At the directors meeting on Friday  nignt the admission to the fall fair on  October 5th, was fixed nt 25 cents, which  admits     to   buildings   as   well   aB  the  grounds.  The village is having a sale of  properties that are in arrears Tor taxes on  Friday, September 80th, at the town  hall.    Half a dozen.properties are on the  sale list.  m  R. Lamont is continuing tbe paint-up  cnmpxiign on his business properties  in  town and the liquor store presents a very  neat appearance in its now dress of slate  and green.  The Women's Institute is having a  tea, sale of cooking, produce and roots  and bulbs for fall planting, in the  United Church hall tomorrow afternoon  faom 8 to'6.80.  Mias Marion Carr and Irene LaBelle  and Frank Crawford were at Cranbrook  on Tuesday evening for the exercises in  connection with tho 1Q82 Eradimt.tm of  nurses nt St. Eugene HoBpltnl,  Revenues collected nt Croston office of  the provincial police for August totalled  dose to $4G0.   Of this amount $148 wag,  coliiluctiHJi undur the Uumo Act and  und or the Motor Vehlclep Act.  Corned. Beef.  121c lb..  liver, 10c tip  Pickled Pork, 15c lb.  _���������->  Salmon, 25c lb. Halibut, 20c lb. Cod 20c lb.  ALL KINDS OF COOKED MEATS  P__NY.11  PHONE 2  ���������f'T'ft'fr't'r  mm*mmm>am,'m*  ���������m* y y y a..*?- mm sw ������<_������*v  pyij.wu^ttnwraiaM.  "*w^^w*^rm*mw^rmmy*'&wmrwmmmrwmy^*mw*&*tmwt^w^m,mmy*awmmp***7*^tTm^rm^Fm  'f't'.'T1^1  '>TTT������'������'  ������50  At the fall session of the Kootenay  presbytery of tlie United Church at-  Nolson last week. Rev. A. Walker of  Creoton was elected chairman lor tho  ensuing yoar. IXtiv. R. Ifl. Crlhb of  Kimberley, and formerly of Croston, Is  uecritlary.  Waterproof  SB m _S^i_L E_ ,    13 Q  hot Shell  With the rain pouring down your trip may  be spoiled with ordinary shells. Be sure  your shells willneveV. swell or jam in breech.  Use Peters' HIGH VELOCITY &r  IMPERIAL LONG RANGE  Our atook is complete in sizes.  Drop in and sep our complete stock of  li un fcj jig qquipmeut  'V  ^ ^ ^>   OAm%������rCmkSiSmCm   w ^ xy  ^_.__t_._������__k_____L____L_.__k____U_____Lfc__k_>__k._.__k__ A.__ . __^__,__k._-___-____k_-__Lr__ati_%^jfrMrtfcr. a% g^tf*

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