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Array ������b  WlM?&$lpJp  ~ .'-y, ,*-���������*���������)���������'   : ���������*  i      ti-  I   Provincial library      *a*iao  Vol, XIX.  CRESTON, B. a. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1927  No. 36  Miss Agnes Hobden, who has been  holidaying with her mother, Mrs. A.  Hobden, returned to' Vancouver at  the end of the week.  Sain Demchuk, who was seriously  injured internally when thrown frona  & horse ten days ago, is making a  satisfactory recovery and Is able ts be  about again*  Harry Breson and Ted Bucknell,  whose departure for the prairie wae  rss?ordsa??'?������������ss:f.}wm������- ? ha������ef ;:sfiraels  threshing jobs about 15 mllesywest ?of  Calgary, and are drawing down $6 Vs  day &bm!  board, with prospects of it  jpi c? p fe^rs  going to  finishes.     "  HajTiry  Belme, who  lately disposed  of fcipf^rd truck to Mz*. Bohmaer on  the Lyon  ranch, has purchaeed a six  ' cylinder McLaughlin.  Mre^VTP^,, *a. Birney, a former resident at .BEickson, now  of Vancouver,  otner fr-iends. returned to Nelson at a  the end of the week.   She was accom������|  pasnied by her son, Frank, who had  also made a brief visit nt Erickson.  Mrs. It. J, and Miss lane Long,  Misses Vera Lister and Florence Cowling, with W. K. Lilian and C. W.  Allan - made up a motor party that  were Friday-Sunday visitors at Spo-  Is-me.  Jack fierie of Issequati. Wash., has  returned home after a visit with his  mother, Mrs. P. P. Heric*  ��������� STrank Staples was a business visitor  at Cranbrpofc ;a������ couple of days " -'  week, returning on Thus sday.  Fred Speaker left on Tuesday for  season CraRbrook. -Hie bsralth  has been in-  Miss Eileen Heap* Who is attending  school at Cranbrook this term, spent  the weekend at her? home in Sirdar.  Mrs.  different of late and he  will 'probably  be taking hospital treatment.  Max McMaster* met with a painful  accident on Sunday when he had the  misfortune to run a stick into one of  hie eyes piercing the eyeball.  W.Morrow   and   Geo.   Mawson  of  ' Mr. and Mrs. Walther and two  children left on Tuesday for their new  borne at Yahk. Mi*. Walther taking  over tho depot sheafe on Wednesday  Utuiuairg.  Mr. und Mrs. R. L. Smith and  Dennes were motor visitors af!  ners Ferry on Sunday, making lhe  ts-ip in Mr. Dennes 3?erd coupe, which  he purchased recently. -  Rev. S. Newby of Creston is announced to take afternoon Church of England serviae sn ths s3h?M������l!sousB at 38.80  on Sunday, 30th.  Mrs. Whiteside,-Mrs. Martin and  Mrs. Loasby were between train callers at-Creston on Tuesday.  Mr. and Mis. Geo. Cam, jr., of Wyn-  ndei, wer-a ���������weekes-d visiters with Mr.  i another bridge will have to he put in i  shape foi heavy trafBc, and there Is:  about ISO feet of rock slide that will  have to' be taken care of. Briefly  stated these are the only handicaps to  the present roadbed, and that these  are not serious is indicated in the fact  that this season thei*e is a considerable  haul, of grain from Pot thill that is  coming through to Creston without  difficulty.  A   fairly   good   gravel deposit has  been located by Ma*. Spiers -About two  ^m���������jg  is spending}k;few days, here thia week. Creston are hers this week doing some  a guest of Mrs. Geo. Jacks. j carpenter   work   on   the   Rev. J.P&.  Miss Ruby Lister arrived home from  -Cranbrook hospital, on Sunday, and is  making   a  slow   but  sure   recovery.  instructions  to take a complete rest  until at least the new yeaav.? V-y    .  Ifcev. 3. Herdman was favored with  it good   turnout   at   the   fortnightly  ��������� '.on ' Sunday  and Mrs. Geo. Cam here.  mile* south of Creston and with the  use of a third truck assured for 1*928  he ttgnres that the fleet of three trucks  and a crew of men the job could be  done Sn less than three months, with  a road that could stand the traffic  built to a width of eighteen feet, at a  cost well- under $10,000.  It is likely -'engineer' Wm. Ramsay  will be in in aa few days to make a  check of the Spiers figures, and with  'pressure from ail likely quarters it is  more than likely this work will bs  tackled early in the 1928 construction  program.       ? -  Miss D. Penson returned home from  Boawell last week.  Miss EL Davis has gone to Boswelt,.  where she is employed on the apple  packing staff.  J. D. Spiers, road   superintendent!  was here on Friday.   The grader was  at work en the roads at the end of th*s.  week, and t-ravellii  for the work done.  ������g Is much better  Healey residence.  Limg Kee, who itr operating the  Huskins place next F. J. KJingen-  smith's,, is having an auction sale of  hia equipment and quantities of beets  and carrots at 1 nvsa., Satan-day, Nov*  6th. at his place. TFerms are cash.  United   tuhurh   serried  morning.       '  Andy Sinclair is at present employed with h hay press crew baling the  cut of alfalfa at the CO. Rodgers  camp two fanoos.  Miss Vera Lister was a- weekend  visitor at Spokanr-, aaaakiag . the ftrrsp  by anto with a party f rom Bricksftnv^  ���������'���������'. -**|^?meeUng:;^?:;feiiJa  ���������jOjfjR^  !0^l00^-y0S0^i^i^tl"M"'r''"'" '" '~'Jll'J~J  V^e^-iri*-^^^ JBitmii  ypc^p!^ eii^?l^6red :������>ith?;  yre-elect3<fn wbettVthef'officers -^were  chosen, ; Mrs. Fred?fffPowfet-sPis secretary, and the executiveis made up of  Mrs. Frank Baker, Manfc Harold Lnng-  eton and Principal Paiker. The Brat  social evening Will be on November  5th. At which plans will be laid for the  season's operations. ���������     -  Cliff Vance is a business visitor at  Lumberton this week, at which point  he is marketing most of the apple  crop from the; Vance orchard.  Engineer W. Neil of the switch  crew is taking his" usual three weeks  vacution this month, but will he back  on duty early in Hovember.  Switchmen ������eo. Cum und Roy Proctor, who have both, had a few days off  work are on the job again, and Phil.  Briggs, who was. relieving, has gone  ���������back to Cranbrook. *  Arbeau~Botteger Nuptials  Surveys JNorth������   '-,������> ,  Miss A-M^nJEiaistegSy^i^f..  ���������wi|h'Spoktme^ien&  w������e'iu?i  S������ut^-Hlgla^a.y  The  In the presence of company of relatives and friends at the home of Mr.  and Ma's. M. J. Beninger on Tuesday  evening. Miss Mary Maud Arbeau of  Kelson and Mar. Frederick John  Brsettger of the same city, were united  ii Siaarriage hy Rev. W. A. 6ree������-.  The Wide was becomingly gowiaed in  cream satin with pearl trimmings, and  was attended by Miss Kathleen Clay  ton, who������e costume was of apricot  crepe de chine. The groom was sup-  porteal   by   the   bride's -.brother,   Mr.  its pro* 1 Norman Arbrau of St. Marie?, Idnhu.  *������f l,Wo*jFoiio wing "the cerensosy a susnptt-ious  Oscar Ofner is home from Granuai.  Alberta, where he has been working  during the harvest.  Mr. Baase, Lutheran minister of  Nelson, held service at Wynndel one  night last week.  Mrs. T. E. Slingsby and son, How-  and, are back from Barons, Alberta,  where they have been employed  through the harvest season.*  Remember   the    Wynndel   W. A.  whist drive af the old schoolhouse on  Friday night, SSSth, at 8 o'clock.   Admission 50 cents, which includes supper.?  The "children are haying their usual  hallo we'en masquerade party on Mon  day night, 81st.  Rev. S. Newby will be here for  Church of England evening service at  7.3Q on Sunday, October 30th.  has  Mr. and Mrs. E. Uri and family ar.d  mt~  .n/l      (Vf������  ���������__  .. R. Uri and family left  on Monday for Arrow Park, where  the men will work during the winter  at logging operations.  ffirff&foo&n  Mrs. W. G. Birney, a former resident of Brlckson, a.oav of Vancouver,  was renewing; Mcqwitiisitances in -the  Brlckson section this week.  Mr9.  Eto.T. Leveque  is  spending  a  stockfor 1828 delivery, and" is doing a.  saarprisingly good business the yway  timesare,   y>  ��������� J. W. Woir>d was a business visitor  at Nelson a few days at the first of the  week.  r Gordon Vance, who is employed h!  Troy, Montana, is here on a visit ntt  present.  For next Sunday the subject at the  United Church will be * 'Bible Reading  in the Public Schools of B, C."  J. P: Johnston is here at preiaent  clearing a site at the Canyon where he  intends to locate his nortabie sawmill  plunt, and  this* winter will tinlshthel  public works department  slew in tej**fcinnr4*rood  inifse to the* boa'M' of trade   - _     weeks ago that the ������t.ad superintend-1 wedding dinner was  served and  on  Jenfc would immediately n^tfce an &������������ I ^*^^*^?S1 ^r"*^1--??*^?^^?*^.1^^  " ^s������^s^&as.'4fef*^4J������s������?posed *l?bS:t*|_. *������������4-.  South    Highway-   from   Oreston   to  cut of BamuelRoh timber.  -' '?������> ,'-.���������?:���������   ...    ���������      *   ���������  *' There was u splendid turnout at the  few days with friends Ir Cranbrook, j yn*,ted  Church-on Sunday afternoon  leavirg oh Tuesday.  Rev. J. E. Henley of Kimberley is  spending n few days with his family  here this week.  The packing t*bed of Creston Growers, Limited, closed down for the  season nt the Orst of the-week.  Mrs, Bnmford, who has been on a  few weeks* visit with Mrs. Bundy and  Work Horse, Harness  Democrat  Greenhouse Giass  Osim&mt Gssrsscsz Too&b  100 Cucumber Crates  I ton Beets  <*2 tons' %*atTrots  Roots will be aold In piles, and  buyers must hnui them v.ws%y.  for the harvest"^fchunksgiyi ng service,  far/vhich the church was tastefully  decorated with fruits, vegetables,  foliage, etc. Rev. J. Herdninn's add-  aress' was appropriate^foax the occssion,  as well as all the musical numbers.  Gravelling operations on the Canyon ronds will be completed this week,  and good work has been done on-the  ! main road from the school to Btroweirs  corner, as well as a btretch mending  the corduroy at the Wndlng ranch.  The road betwetn the Nouguier and  Alf. Nelson ranches has alao had needed attention.  At tho meeting to close out the  affairs of the Canyon Locaal oL the  United Farmers a motion to give the  remaining funds of about *$4M to help  flnahce the children's Christmas entertain ment was voted down, and it wus  ftnully decided to use the money to  buy additional lighting for tlie Com*  munity Hall.  Forihii'a* via ttaeabaudooed K.V. roadbed, with a view to including this  work in the 1928 estimates.  On Wednesday ^3. D. Spiers spent  most of the day going over the old  roadbed und making a thorough 8urT  vey of "the rood which is about seven  miles, long and providing, an ideal  grade the whole distance. The first  four utiles south are in u������o by Putnam.  Palmer & Staples, Limited* for their  tie and laatnber haul, bait the balance  of the roaate' is pretty much the same  as when the steel was taken up ten  years ago. v  Work to be done will include ������ide-  ning the entire seven mites to a. full  width of sixteen feet and surfacing  the distance with gravel. The former  Larey bridge is now unusable and will  have to be considerably repaired or a  road diversion of nbout at third of a  mile put in. About a iialle north of  the   Canadian   custom?   at   Rykerts  on the westboutsd.trrain on a wedding  trip w^sh^wlli^hssS^^^sSrSl^^Aj^^gpi*  kane* Seattle, and other coast' pomta  Local asid Personal  3. W. Kelly, who ss one of tbe see*-?  working clearing the right of way on  the  road   between   Kuskanook   and  ^^cav?^^ the weekend at his home  *'h^apeVH"    *,"  ' - ; -   .  H. Pogerette of Cranbrook, who has  had charge of haying operations for  C. Sutcliffe, has finished the job and  left .for home this week.  B. B. Staples, manager for Sales  Service, Limited, was heie for a few  dny������ at the first of the week, and  states that the buying of apples at  prasrSe- points is larger thun a year  ago, ������nd that there has been little 1  overlapping in the marketing of the  different varieties.  AN ENTIRELY  CANADIAN PROGRAM  The Eminent Canadian  Entertainer  5  at ONE p m.  HASKINS Ranch, Erichmn  ttHJiith of F. US. KHuftetiBmitlfet.  ��������� CASH  Ltms Klmm-  OwFr.o-r.  Um Jr. Rose  ' Auct iowKHir.  Object to Storage Dam  Qoa don Boeson of the federal wate  rights branch, t^eluuti, wu������ a Ci-aaton  vlsltttr on Thursday on his return  fvom *ut) oEQcbil irappcetlow of water  marks n.ong the Kootsnny Hlver ate  far as Bonners Ferry. Landowners in  all the Idaho dirallnaagti districts are  agreed that Wciit Koqt(������n������y Power <Sc  Light Company will halve to argue  their case before the Int&rnationaul  Jul fat Waterways OommlBflloh befoae  connent will be given to the putting of  tlio big tatorngo dam i^Mi. will ������..;^  lCoc������a������'nuy Lake low writer nlmut six:  feet.  Orator, Traveler  Humorist  Under the auspices ot Creston r������nd  District Women's Institute  Unltod Ctiurch Basemonf  ,1 UHdit-IHlwi Sot  at EIGHT pviu.  Adults 35c,     mUm 15G,  A notable sale in ranch property  . was completed at the first iof the w*eek  when "tSeo, Murrell, a recent* arrival  from Winnipeg, Man., and brother of  Chas.. Murrell, purchased the W. P.  Stark ranch. It is a 20-acre plai.e.  most of which is planted to orchard,  and he gets immediate possession.*  H. G. L. Clarke.������? "Vancwnver, chief  fruit inspector for British Cnlutaabia.  was here on his annual Inspection on  Friday last. He states that the Okanagan apple crop is running well up to  the estimates, and packing out a higher per centiige of the better grades  than is the case at Creston this year.  The suction sale of used fcnra on  Silturduy attracted quite u crowd of  specators, although no curs were disposed of by the amotion route. After  the sale, however, at lenet three earn  were disposed of. the buyers being  Dishmnn & Bunce. K. Muno. a local  Ruanian, and Sum Littlejohn of Kite ho  ner.  Mr. und Mrs. Chras. Davis of Hykerts  were business visitors In town on  Monday. The "former has charge of  the customs work on the Canadian  side nppo*lt*i Porthili, Idaho, aind reports that good use is being made of  the old IK,V..right of way road for tbe  haul of. grain and straw to Creston  (from the Porthili dyked farms.  Cranbrook Courier: Taking iidvtui-  tajgo of a two-day open season on rlng-  ii.eckod phensianto, now amid to be  ptt!Oti������������'l at iirwl) ;mnmrt Orep.ton,  Mceurn. Lester Clnpp and Dolly Gray,  with Burley Willis, *ucceeded in bagging four of tbe birds this week. The  local mean found gunning for the  pheuuiants aa sporting propositton, the  apple orchards En which thoy wero  hunting paHividl*u$ denim cover. Tho  rapid, rocketing flight of the birds  when flushed, puKzelcti tov iucui uum  eonBldersbly. tlnsv said.  Bill Vaness left at the end of the  week for Lethbridge. Alberta, ami will  be away for the balance of the threshing season. y ;  Although the weather is still too  mild to bring in the ducks from the  north some good bago of these birds  have been lately brought in by Jack  and Dick Smith, O. SutcSiSe and Bob  Miller, shooting o:^the slough.  Messrs, Lewis, and O'Neli. two outside buyers, have heen visiting the  local rurichfcrs buying up all the available beef cattle and feeders for shipment. e*st. They would like to get  about foujr carloa-lp.  What haymaking It has he*r������i r.ss--  sible to do this season Is completed  r.nd the cattle have again turned in to  pasture on the hay lands.  CHICKEN  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid  are having their animal  Thanksgiving "* Dinner In  ff  Unlted.Ghurch Ba^oment  irliiii 'IBgiif   M  SIX to EIG-HT p.m.  All the good   things of the  season appetizingly ������������rved,  and aft are invited.  ttWMla.v     www������  RhiMrcin 25c.  undfrrlO'yciu-ti, J^^m^YI&W^   QBESTO&   B.   0,  =ir  Grown in  the  best  the Orient    /,  Blended fcy meri tr^i  's greatest tea  gar  is in  in  iro-R  Packed in the  best  packet yet  found for  tea���������A. lutntnutn*  I he (Joxiservatwe .[National Convention  OM Age Pensions For B.C.  Th������  the  Pittance   That   Will   Banish  WbrSV ;Spi<^r>������-Of Poverty *y'*"  The Van-^hfeigProviiQce \&BtvOn&lsr$  In favor|of oldlage. pensloiis, ^iiicli  are now established iii'"llritish Columbia, "It,ineans, 2|ttie as it'.is." jtjays,  "all the mighty difference -which Ides  between the tragedy of atge in want and  the assurance of a pittance which will  at least banish tho -worst ap.eeta-t-B ol  porea*ty. It is not: io<> naueh, but it is ������  very great and beneficent thing, this  boginnisag of old age pensions i������ Canada, iu . tho.-lives, br some of those  neighbors and .fellow-citizens of ours  ���������those avIio have fulfilled their three  score years and ten, and hsavo fouaid  the battle a little hard in theii* latter  days."  Use This Liquid  io reel un  i������oras  The uoUUng of a -national con ��������� en tion by any great organization is always  a i;uitior ot" interest and ol" ininortance to people generally iaecause oi the  t!\c<:r. it may have on tho country as a v.-hol-o. Bat-v.-lio'it suoh a Cv>5i\>mUKrri.  is ca.]'ed by ;i political party for the purpose ot formulating poli-cle-u raid  i-tleeUng a leader, lhe -faith or iu.gr. becomes one of first fanp.qrUa.nce. It v-as  juuural, therefore, thac ihe recent Conservative Convention hi Whuiipeg:  iSiiould command not only thr. interest of members aud adherents of that >  particular party, but of the .Canadian people as a -whole.  Interest in the conveaiion was all the greater because it was unuiuo rni  *���������!..<������������������ history of the party, being the first, national' gathering of Conservatives  to be convened si .eo Oeikfedersition. Liberals and other political, groups have  convened in national convention brat the Conservatives had not done- ao prior  to this year of Canada's Diamond Jubilee. It added one more- nationally  ireportant observance oi* this niesvrSrablo year in Canada's history. y? .  As is -well  known to our readers, this   column does not alterapLyio deal  Au ataiafcin*? roaaaedy���������acHs in a few  se.c<������at!.3 and eaiusos no paiai. Tito corai  shrivels aap and loosen,**"- Another ap-  ttli eat ton or two -aud the. corn drops  out. WonderCul~yes it is���������but tliat is  just how-, Putnam's Corn Kxtractor  work a.- Vou can buy Putnam's Coa*n  Extractor from������������������ many <1 nag gists. Get  your bottle today. Ilefu.se a substitute for Vnt nam's.'  wlch   or   discuss  pol.'ticai parties,  que prions? vhich are the subject of controversy between  r-.tid in this particular article there is ao intention .of depart-  fro m tlaat ru)e. But as a national event, the- recent convention presented  e������.-rr-ain features run!, took certain actions which, instead of being- eontrover-  tial, are matters for general satisfaction. .  In liie. first Tht-co, like nil -Teat national Gatherings the OOiissrvative  <-:-nontion performed an *a?-ifrue5tioned service to Canada* in bringing together  Hundreds of the leading- nun and women of the nine provinces. The resultant  cX'-Iumgc of views and opinions, the new knowledge gained of each other and  each ether's problems, the round table conferences in committee, can not foil  to  profoundly affect future policy throughout the Dominion.  To tho-West in particular the unqualified endorsement of thei Hudson Bay  ilailway project and i-.ppt-Gval of steps not only to complete lhe railway but  to cl,-.:,-elop a port and traffic in and out of that pert is most gratifying. It  definitely removes this great undertaking from the realm of partisan politics  and places it whet-*-- it belongs as one of the great national undertakings of the  Dominion to the success of which all are co"mmitted.  It is likewise gratifying t^s the West that the niantiie of leadership should 1  havo fallen on the shoulders of a Western man, yet a man wtftai "has n.11 intimate  knowledge of the Kast. Whether one agrees with the political views of H. B. j  Bcumett or not, few, if any, wall question his ability or his lave tor and desire  to serve his native land. His long experience in public life, as a member of  the old. North-West Territories Assembly, the Alberta-Legislature, and .the  House of Commons, his training in law, has qualifications as a speaker, ana  tho responsibilities whioh have been, his as Minister of Justice and'" Minister  of Finance, in former Governments at Ottawa, should fit him for has new task  of party leadership. In tlae hands of Hon. Mackenzie King and Hon. It. B.  IJeiinett, all^that is best in British Parliamentary traditions and procedure  should be worthily upheld.  Finally, the convention, and the settlement of the question of leadership*-  should havo the effect ot" giving greater stability to political thought throughout the Dominion. Tt marks the end of a period of indecision and unrest-in*  the ranks of one of the political groups which is aa. good thing for Canada as  veil'as for tho party, itself. Unity in purpose and decisiveness in action ts  what a young and rapidly developing country lake Canada urgently requires  in order to aaaake progress. It is vital to the interests of the Uomlaiioii -that  not ono or two but all political groups know their own mauds, definitely state  their policies, and show decision in their actions. Unless those who direct  ami those wlio see It to direct the destinies of Canada are themselves strong  aind united in leadership and policy, it is futile to hope that they��������� can .make  that contribution to the welfare and progress of Canada -which la ossontlal.  Honey Exports  With ai honey production of 2.1,000,-  000 pounds in ID26, a a-ecord of 300  per cent, increase for the past five  years was -recorded*. Exports of honey  from Caaiada in the twelve, months  j ended Juaie, 1927, had a value of $191,-  S43, as compared with ?159.7S3 iai tlae  previous year, and --with i?93',945.,-in the  year before that. Germany is the  principal customer, other purchasers  being the United Kingdom, the United  States  aiiu iho Netherlands.  SIMPLE TREATMENT   -  FOR CHILDREN'S COLDS  Want R  ������e??re������eKtalson  Saskatchewan  United   Farmers Woufd I  .---?���������; Have     Agricultural,    Interests        j  >. .R^prieiftented.Gn-������tajjl Board-.: I  ^ ^RepresentatUph of organized aga*i- I  culturalinterests Oil tho Canada Board g  oc fuaiiway Gpnarxaissl oners , Is being  asked by the United Farmers of Oan-  adaiSaskatchewan section, in a resolution passed by the executive board  meeting at Saskatoon..A-copy..of. this  resolution has been sent to ail.-Western Federal members of parliament. A  vacancy will occur on tlie board  shortly through the expiration of tins  term of ottlco of Commissioner A. C.  Uoyce. '. ���������'..  .The resolution is as follows: "As  a -matter of justice and equity, we  t lac e xec'utlve boaa-d of the r United  Farmers of Canada. Saskatchewan  section, strongly urge a reconstruction of the'-personnel  of the railway  v^\jtiuuiobi^u    at.i  eru   provinces  sentatiou .with  '.r.rs     *1^  CPU'  ������iis   to   si ve   ine  a more    equal    yrepre-  1?,  astern. Canada,   ano.  that one such appointee be representative of Western organised ' agricultural interests."  "Father that a copy of this resolution be sent to all western federal  anembers ' with a view to soliciting  their co-operaton and support."  A similar resolution has also been  passed asking representation of organized agricultural, interests on the  board of directors of the Canadiaai  National Railways.  Relieves Asthma At Little Expense.  Thousaaids of dollars have been vainly spent upon remedies for asthma  and seldom, if ever, with any..-relief.  Dr.. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy,  despite .its assurance of boueilt, costs  so little that it is within reach of all.  It. is the national remedy for asthma,  far removed from the "class of doubtful and experimental preparations,  i'our dealer cam supply it  Germany Plans Air Train  .   New Serum Successful  Qlaim Cure For Infantile Paralysis  Has Been  Perfected  Itlscovory of what i.-vsald to be tho  lir.-t. effective eonamerelul speclllc for  treatment of infantile paralysis was  .announced at Indianapolis'hy 1311 Lilly  t<- Co., pharanacoutical chemists.  After ton years' research an antt-  a-troptO'.ucci s������>runt luuy been dovblop-  ed fi*oaa the hoa*se as iaa tlao ease ol!  diphtheria ami. sejitiot fever saunas.  The .serum is I.H'inf'c produced there  In co-opei-iUioaa with 1 >r. Edward C,  KosoiHiw, chief of experlanojitail bac-  terlo'.ogy of tho iviaiyo Foaindaliou, and  already   10,(H)������i   unit,--   have   been   stiait  to     poliomyelitis     epidemic     centres  from   coast   try   coast   and   even   into  Cuba.  First reports show it especially of*  fectivo In Ohio and California.  Clinical    observations    show    that  best results are obtained if tho scrum is used as soon-as the cstse has  been diagnosed, recovery without  paralysis being reasonably certain Iia  such  cases,    Tho    so rami    has    beeaa  found   effective   in   treating   paralyals   "H  tlio prepared  Infant  already begun, aind In reducing handicaps of bodies already  paralyzed.  Tho same aMUy chemists' who" developed inrmlln for diabetes control  worked on  I ho  now  paralysis  soman.  Tlio White House ,  froan    the    f'aet.   that  ������!.    a vol  gets Its naiano  after the 11 rat  executive mansion, "which was of buff  freestone, was burned by the, 3 5alU������h  in 1814, the walls wero oovorod with  wl'altn vi\\nt to hide aitl rrac(>M ol" fire.  l\r.aaay iiinthers caai testify to tho  vlrl.no ol' Mother Cnivi'H' Worna r.'j-tor-  mlunt'������r. b'T-mn'o  \-\\e>y  irnov.- 1'r^.iii  i y.  perloiaoo how usi.tful.il. t������.  London's tallont iKtlhioman rooenfly  co.amnltl.i'ft nuiehU'.^ wlaeu retired ha-  cuut;i'; of 111 health.  In Fnuace forty-two tons of hwr.'VH  could not. ho dnlhV'i'tHl In.nl. year owlnt-;  U) vtaV''h:<-r:  rHldri'ii.jIri;;,  Cold In the head Is very common at  this timo of 3'ear, especially in the  very young. Neglect of a cold is  pi*one to lead to serious consequences.  To relieve - all congestion of the system is the first step in treating a  cold, whether in infants; or adults.  For the very young, KtSfey's. Own-Tablets are the ideal means of doing  this. Containing no narcotics or  other harmful drugs they soothe the  child's fretfulness, relieve its suffering and ensure convalescence.  Baby's Own Tablets are without  an equal for? relieving indigestion,  constipation and colic. They check  diarrhoea; break up colds and simple  fevers; promote health-giving sleep  and. make the dreaded teething period  easy. The Tablets are the one medicine that a mother can give her little  ones- with perfect safety as they are  guaranteed to be free from injurious  drugs. Thoy aire sold by all medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  box from The Dr.-Williams' Medicine  Co., r.rockville, Ont.  t  How Should I Wean My Baby  This is a serious problem to milny  mothers. Weaning should always, be  done gradually, beginning about the  seventh month, giving one or two bottle feedings during tlio day, increasing the numb or of bottlo feedings  gradually until weaning '-'Is acco-rn-  pltslaed. Borden's 32uglo Brand Milk  Is so like mother's milk hi taaato and  enso of dlgestioji that it can bo given  alternately with breast aaiillc with out  causing abrupt weaaalaig.  In, this paper froaaa time to tiane yon  will  find   an  advertalsemcait  of .Hor-  don's Eagle Ilrand Miilt, a food that  ���������hsLfi raised mora healthy babies than  foods com  hiocd. Cut out the advertisement anil  anall it to Tho Borclnn Company Limited, Montreal, and they will send you.  frun of charge, trastruetlons for food-  ing youir iiahy, and a lhiby Welfare  taiul Baby Itecord Uooki Or, just write  tho Company, mentioning this impor,  and. th'ey will bn s������vnt.  Powerful Planes For l_oco*rnotives and  Gliders For Pullmans  Aerohautical engineers in Germany.  aa*e working oaa plans of an "air ti*ain"  ;is a possible means of travel in the  future? The locomotive will be a pow-  erfaij^ aeroplane and the "pullmans" a  ���������row of gliders coupled to the loeb'mo-  tiv^e and to each otherTaaT'tiie ^Oars taf  a train, only with considerably greater spacing between the units.  Passengers In each glider ���������.wUl be  destined for some particular town,  and as the airdrome of each town is  approached the. glider for that destination will be released from the end  of the string and settle gracefully  down with its special pilot and its  passengers.  <$ijr  V2S&WV ; ���������������������������*.��������� /  Concealed Kis Identity    '  First and Second Essay Contest Prizes  Go- To One Man  Anyone who has been curious to as-  certaiai the identity of Louis Rlendeau  and Pierre Parent, wlio were anhounc-  Od   Ts,������     first    sVT^d.    gCCO*^*^     T>'������-f'^^5    ������^ir������ncn.e  In the essay contest conducted by ..the  confederation jubilee committee, caai  be enlightened, by .the fact that these  names were 'fictitiously employed by  Major Gustave "Lanctot of the public  archives.  Major Lanctot is a well-knowai  authority oai Canadian history, being  a member of the Royal Society, president of the Folk Lore Society, and  secretary of the Canadian Historical  Assog-iation.   ���������������������������/'��������� .';;;.,-.-  >f IVSera-c. ��������� .Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil is not a faumble of >medi-  cinal substances thrown together and  pushed by advertising, but the result  of the careful investigation of the  healing qualities of ce'rtain oils as applied to the human body. It is a rare  combination and it won and kept public favor .from the first. A trial of it  will earry conviction to any who  doubt its power to repair aaid heal.  How dull business would be if  every,man refrained from buying until he could afford It.  "Von need cold compa-esses!"  "Yesterday you said: hot' ones!"  "Ah!   Science has  made much progress In tho interval I"  Mina-d'o Liniment for Lumbago,  Saskatchewan Motor Licences  Accord-lug to iho "SaskaU-Iaowuh  Provincial Trousurnr'u report thero  has boon ai tremendous- Jump in tho  numlKT of anoint* ern-c aisod ia* th"  province, from. 10.B25, In Hi)in, to J02,  tiOO this year up to the ond of August.,  Wovenuea fnun inoUvr Hcenaies and  fees tliH year run to $:i,fiJ0,2(W;  norporafloia tax to $r.MJj,,9f>r0D(������, and  ralhv-iiy la.t $:M������,00D.  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Rheumatism  Neuritis  Headache      Toothache  Colds  Pain  Neuralgia  Lumbago  mcivt.  Sore   Thro-.it���������Min.*ard'������   Lini-  hon'l   aaitirry   hlua  If  Im   r,lt(4   iaa   hl.<  cur  and  honlui   haidiuid. of  co'inlug Ui>  1 tit   I in*  door.   lle'H   llm   hind 'who 'will  |swii.iif ho ltd i.ervh'*! in alio houu-.  DOES NOT AFFECT  THE HEART  ������   M Jmf     Slr**^  WARNING!  Beware of Counterfeits  There is only- otic 'genuine  ^ASPIRIN" tablet. If a tablet is offered aa "ASPIRIN"  anil as not slsunpci] wat.li the  "Bayer Croas"-rcfuse it with  contenipt-it is not" A SPI RI N"  at ullt  Don't take chances!  ���������  I  Accept   only   "Bayer"'  package  which contains proven dtrecUons.  ������ irandv   "liityov"   hoxm   of   12   taUltiUi  Al:'.o Wtlrii of *-M nml IW> ��������� I'ri^r.lfl.  Ai'atlrln (it tlui trrul������> tnai-li arftR-'H'^r^d In Oamulu) nt Unyrw MiLiinti-iitiiiin of MonuiM^tic-  ���������nldnutnr ft HiMi'yUrui'itl IA<>f-������ra Haltcj'Uc' A^-lcl, "A. H. A."������. ^������il)������ it '-������ \vr)l arnnwn  that jVf-iiirliimcruiM linyni' KiiMiuljwilurfi.tn *n������li-t. tiin j>na>ll<* n-rul-nut hni������n*tn������i".1h!< ,!'::lil(*t=  mi Wttyiir <J������>m|iit.ny will ho iiiiuiun.d wltli iUolr ixonoral trmlit murk. Urn "jaaywr <Jj'ob������.'* THE   REVIEW.    CRESTON,   B.C."  /A  $  CAREFUL DRYING  Winnipeg.���������Important recommendations, which probably will mean a saving- of millions of dollars in the marketing- of tliig year's grain crop of  Western Canada aro contained, in a  tentative report submitted to the  Board of Grain Commissioners by'?the  grain research committee of the Canadian Research'Council.,  Owing to adverse weatlkir coridi-  lions, an immense amount cl' tough  and damp grain is being threshed this  year. This will necessitate cd.re.ful  drying. Last.ypar a similar condition  prevailed, and heavy discounts had  to be made on European sales as a result of the general complaints, regarding the ..quality   of dried grain.  It is saiJ. that if the grain this year  is properly dried, as recommended in  the report, tlae great losses* sustaned  rf *iiT*f *t-������o"   H ?*������������-v   !���������>���������������.������������������    o jr������������n n*-������M     rto***>    >><<-���������*    r^lrwt T-r������_  a ted. and they were estimated! to- total  into the -millions of dollars. Thus the  producers will get the direct benefit.  - With a view to preventing the recurrence of heavy losses this year,  the grain research, coanmitf.ee at the  request of the Canadian "Wheat Pools  undertook to investigate the effect, of  drying on the quality of wheat last  January.  Aviation Progr������un  For Coming Year  New    Flights   and    Exploration   Trips  ...w.uuSu      111      W.v?.     i- l^jjtz^i.  New York.���������Aviation has advanced  a new year's boom program calculated to surpass the unprecedented  achievement of the season now drawing ,to a close. *  That program  includes: %-  Building of new factories by Charles  A. Levine and Anthony II. G., Fokfcer.  Manufacture, by I^evine of planes  ranging from a "flivver," priced at  $1,500, to a multi-.motored type for  ocean, travel.       % _'"'.'"  An air expedition into tho Arctic  muter command cf .General- Nobile,  member of the crew of the Norge.  A trans-Atlantic flight by Clarence  D. Chaniberlin in a huge Bellanca  plane capable of transporting 20 persons.  Harry F. Guggenheim, Philadelphia,  announced that he had created a fund  to promote research -work in 'the interest of aviation. The fund, it was  announced, -would be used to develop  instruments which would reduce the  hazards of flying.  A geld medal, to be awarded annually to t>!ie person who does the  most to minimize the dangers of aviation, war- announced by'tht Engineers''  Club of Philadelphia.  oilce Forces To Co-operate  Dominion   Government -Wall   Mot   Consider  Withdrawal   Of   R^C?1VI,P.  Ottawa.-���������While  tlie  Dominion  Co\  eanment cannot for one moment consider -the.withdrawal    of    the    lloyal  Canadian Mounted Police as,agent? Of  Ihe Federal authority from, the prov  ihee of Saskatchewan as'suggested in  Press' despatches  from Regina,   some  arrangement may   be   arrived   at   be  tween provincial  and  federal authorities   whereby  tlie  R.C.M.P.   and   the  Saskatchewan   Provincial   Police  -wall  co-operate in* theenforeeuierit of provincial statutes.  This ������������������was'-the statement of Hon.  ISrnes't Lapoiute. Minister of Justice,  regarding the police situation in the  prairie province. Hon. Mr. Xapointe  stated * that tlie press despatch conveyed no news to him, since negotiations were "under way last year he-  twecn Saskatchewan authorities :md  himself as a result of the feeling at  Eegina that there was overlapping in  provincial police work.  "There lias been no trouble. It is  purely a matter of eccnoany," the minister said. "Saskatchewan authorities*  want to avoid overlapping, find think  that provincial matters affecting the  enforcement of the law could be better handled by one force or by closer  co-operation between the existing  authorities.  "The government has no idea ol*  withdrawing any part cf the R..C.M.P.  anywhere, but we may be able to  come to some arrangement with the  gentlemen from the West at pur meeting, in-'the near future to ease the situation there."  Swims Across English Channel  Ontario Prefers Western Coal  MercedeS Fleilz, a London typist,  who is the first English woman to  swim the English Channel. Despite  the lateness of the season and a lieavy  fog sire-walked'victoriously .ashore at  St. Margaret's Bay at 10 p.m., after  having been in the -water 15 hour**  and 15 minutes. Twice previously had  the channel been swum by women,  oocii *a.m.encans.  Deny Charges Against  Moscow Millionaires  Women and the Senate  Question Of Eligibility  Is To Be Submitted To Supreme Court  Ottawa.���������The Government has decided to submit to the Snpreme Court  the' question of whether women are  eligible to sit in the Senate.  For   some  time  past, ^ women's   organizations have been urging that any  necessary legislation "should be passed to enable women��������� to~slt in the Senate the same as they cas now- sit 5n  the House of Commons. But there always has  been  some  doubt whether  the British North America Act gives  the necessary authority. Tlie  act authorizes  the   Government   to  appoint  "qualified persons," but is a woman a  person within the meaning of the act?  Or  is  the term  person   limited   to a  man? f*  * The Government "also has decided  to apply to the -Privy Council for leave  to appeal on the question of Alberta's  natural resources. Transfer of Alberta's resources was before the Su-gremo  Court on a reference heard some time  ago, and the court . gave -judgment.  Thait judgment the   Dominion Govern-  ���������������v������onf    Miliar.   aoolro    i**%    l-aiir/d    -+ ?s Irrtn     f.r>    ^Tio  Privy Council for a final ruling on the  subject. *  m%%\   ^jsf*  5  ������iiil  fflOUNC  Believe Clue Found  To Missing 'Planes  Rubber Ball Picked Up In Ocean  Bears  Number 213  St. Johns, Nile!..���������-A. report from-Burgoo that a rubber ball had been picked up there, which was believed to  .have been dropped from an novo piano,  led to tho bopo-tliai.lt might, I'ui-nfch  some clue as to tho yet unsolved fates  or the trans-Atlantic plnnoR, Whito-  blnl and St llaphsael.  The hull, about two root in diameter  aand made o'f an esponslvo material,  win-; enclosed securely in a strong canvas bag. Tite -numbers 22G and 17RF,  :i. Iltl'.e worn, could ho seen oaa the  rubber, bail; a word on tho outlaid.;*, casing wan indooluhorablc, although ii  Ionised jih if it aiiigbl havo ln-ivi T-nn-  ���������ion.  Tho imnihcr 2J.J5 on tho canvas bag  Was vitry distinct. k  Would Pay Higher Price If Necessary  Opinion Of Premier Ferguson  Winnipeg. ���������. There will be no  aanend-ing pf the constitution and no  tampea-ng with the British Nortn  Anierica Act ai'ising out. o������ the conference of provincial premiers, slated  to open in Ottawa onvNov, 3, according to Hon. Howard Ferguson, pre-  mier of Ontario, v.-ho on his arrival in  Winnipeg from a tour of tlio West,  characterized the placing of such question ou the conference agenda as  "Absurd."; ?.   a ~"   ;  "When we get'through with it, 1  don't' think if will be raised again for  some time," he said,? adding that the  premiers he had spoken to during his  trap were of the same opinion as himself.  ll'eferring to the question of Western coal for Ontario consumption, Mr.  Ferguson said he "believed the people  of his province were willing, if necessary, to pay a bit more to use the native product. While ,glad to have  U.S. capital for development, while lie  welcomed American co-operation and  American settlers, ho was avejrse to  paying them money for {something  Canada produced, especially as once  Canadian, money crossed tlio border it  stayed there.  Mr. Ferguson thought that with  time, and as the. result of careful dis-  eussiofi aud study of all ring!us of tho  Western coal question, accompanied  by a reasouable attitude, negotiations  anight load somewhere.  Were Not Associated With Mission  Says Former British Secretary  London.���������The Daily Express quotes  Edward,.-Carnock, former* secretary of  the British Mission in Moscff'v, as denying that Kyril Prove, aind Vladimir  Prove, two former Moscow millionaires alleged to have supplied, . *hirn-  with Red ariny and navy mobilization  plans, ever associated with the mission.  "It is another of the long series of  scandals which followed the withdrawal of the British mission," Secretary Carnock, Who ia now in London,^ declared. "We are naturally  concerned by the arrests because they  mean almost certain death of -scores  of innocents."  According to the^aily Express, the  charges also involve Sir .Robert Hodgson, one time head of'the mission'and.  the former British consul at "Leningrad- -..'..'-vv    ....  Alberta Coal Strike  Remove Youthfui King  Berlin. ��������� Reports from Bucharest  say that a case of cerebro-spinal meningitis has broken out at the Royal  Palace at Sinaia, Rumania, as a precautionary measure young King  Michael has been removed to a castle  in the  Carpathians.  Minister Of Labor Offers His.Services  To Help End Dispute  Ottawa.���������-The, assistance of the Department of "Labor was offered to the  parties of the ?Di*umhellor coal strike  by Hon. Peter Heenan, Minister of  Labor.  "As the law now stands," said tlie  aaiinister in? an interview, "Alberta has  not passed legislation to. enable the  federal, department to administer the  Industrial Disputes Act in that province. But Alberta has passed an Industrial Disputes Act of its own, and  I feel sure  they will  la'oi*-  after this  -������������������-���������������  particular  trouble.  "However, if the parties to the dispute or the provincial government of  Alberta desire any assistance from  this department I shall' be happy to  do everything in my power to bring  about a settlement." ..'._".  Mr. Heenan pointed out tlaat six of.  tlie nine provinces liad- passed -the?  enabling legislation which permitted  the federal! Industrial Disputes Act to  function. Ontario, Quebec, and Alberta are the .��������� three which have not  adopted the necessary legislation.  Armistice Is Predicted  Chicago.���������An armistice in Mexico's  religious warfare will, follow the presidential election there, Itev. Leopold  Ruiz, exiled archbishop of Michoacan,  predicted upon his arrival here.  Winnipeg.���������-A final payment of over  nineteen million dollars oai the fl 926  prop-of Pool, wheat, was announced by  A. - JyMcPhail,,. president. of tlxe -Canadian Wheat Pool?  '"Of the total amount the Saskatchewan Po'dl receives $12,929,207, the  ASberta Pool, ������4,19S.587, and lhe Manitoba Pool, $2,������S5,575,"' stated Mr. Mc-  Phail." f*  "Tho total payment made by the  'Central'. Selling Agency to the thaee  Provincial Pools represents tlie net .  balance after deducting all marketing,  costs incurred by the Central Soiling  Agency, such as. storage, interest  charges and administrative expenses  from, the proceeds of the 1926 crap.  "As 1m������ previous years the spreads  between gi-ades have been adju.-led  in the final payments which reflect the  actual price secured foi* tlie various  grades. .  '.'The final payments make the total  price on the principal grades as follows: ,,Number one Northern, '$1.42;  .Number one Durum, $1.45; Nuanber  two Northern, $1.37%; Number three,  '$1.31; I.'umber foua*, $1.21^2 *. Number  five, $.1.09;  Number six,-97 Vi."  Mr. McPhaii stated that the c-ara*y-  ing .charges aaid operating expoaises  of the Provincial Pools are deducted  from the final payment. In atLdfiiora  the provincial pools made deductions  for the coaaimercjal and elevator reserves, which are credited to the individual members. Members receive  interest on the money lent by thean  to their Pool as an elevator reserve,  which" is lased to provide... elevator  facilities. -.  The administrative expenses 'of -the  Central Selilaig Agency for the crop  year of 1925-27, according to Mr. McPhaii, were covered by a deduouoii of  less, than a fifth of a cent per bushel.  The distribution of over nineteen million dollars briaigs the grand, total  paid by the 'Pools since the Alberta  Pooi started in 1023 to over six-hundred and sevcnty-miilion dollars.  Beam System Of R������  Wm.  Of  Nelson To Face Trial  Winnipeg.���������-Earle Nelson, alleged  strangle!*, now in jail here charged  with the murder of two Winnipeg women, will he tried before Mr. Justice  Dysart at the assize court opening  November 1. It. B. Graham, K.C.,  crown prosecutor", will represent the  cro%vn, whilo J. H. Stitt will act on  behalf of the prisoner.  Noted Schooner Sold  'The  A  Second  Cavo-ha  Wudbnry, Oaat.���������A second  ih'������ Mond Micltol Company  cave-in  aiaiiif.  ai  at  W'-rihltiKl'/n 1  iu.-i j>u.l  llu- r.-Miailhu- P.'t-  cifle Ifallwny''division at tlala paaiaai.  Unupornrlly out. of i'onuiaiK.oioaa. The  ���������r-ia.sr. hurtle of Han cavity Mlourrhod j'oi*  a dl.si.numa of 100 fe-H, 20 feet In depth  ,l"������l". did not drag ahe ro'adh'id into the  ���������uivJty. llowovor Use trade;: are not.  roaatddi-red j*afo for tnidio un tlio  ITrouinl  las-i.t! boon uttdcnaalnod,  \V  N.     P.     170-1  Ship   On  Which   Loaadon   Wa-ote  Sea Wolf" Brougjit $1,400  San Pedro, Cal.���������A two-mas too  schooner, aboard which Jack London1  wrote lais novel "The Sea Wolf," was  ������old under a TJnliod States' marshal's  hammer for if.l.-lllO as Iho rum runnoi-  riakadala. The schoamoi', which was  known as tlao Saucy ^Lasf-a, whon owned by the novel 1st, wont to Mro. Char-  iiiinn Conloy .Tonefa, of I^os Angeles.  Tlae rum runner was seized iaa April  on tlao coiiHt of Lower Cjillfornia. She  wiw built In Victoria, B.C., in -3SOS.  lTur latest ra-gir.U'y was Panama, tut  thiu wan on.neolh.Ml by Panama after  bo h: urn.  Hospital Fui* Par.ilysla  JCdwoiaton. ��������� A tcsjmpomr-y. hoapitnl  I'or tlao care mad. treatment of Infant'Iln  paralysis pntientH duvlnp; the period of  coiivnlopconco In to bo ostahllHhed by  tho Provincial dovernnioi.it, accordlaaK  lo aianounceanont made horo. ArranRo-  mentH for gottiiajj tho now Jioapltal  under wny will be inado n������ noon a������  a faurvoy of tlao /..tonoral yltuatlon tvltla  riitipoivl paitlcailaiiy to tlao likely naana-  ber of caHftH, ban been ooanplnted. 1'ai-  tliantrt will be latl'cra froaaa all imada ot  Ilae   prov Iaa co.  GOVERNOR GENERAL AT JASPER  "Their Kxri'llonciofl tho Oovernor-  tinnoral and liiaily Willingdon, and tho  other jaieaaab<ei-rt of tho Vico-Ilog-al  party, erajoyltaK a quiot holiday tit Jaua-  per National Purls, po&od for UiIh Informal photosrnph dnflt before luneh-  eon. Thoy had npent tho morniraB  KoliliiB or on other oullugi. In ilw  group aro jMaoa-CIenojal 1<3, A. ABliton,  of Ottawa, and Mm. Anlitou. Itobert  H. !>nvlfn <m1IIor of the Now Yorlc  Sun. nnd TMrn. Bavin, and It. IT.  Kniglit, acting mipruintoiadont of Jufl*  urn* iNitthii4.il l>ttt'l.., v������������.������# Tt������..t'C lhe  luaachoon cueHtii of Their 10x<Mdli>imt������fi.  ou thin occasion. Visoount and T^nly  Willlngfloia aro soatotl ou tlao m.epa in  tho centre. Mi*h. OHborno i������ on iht������  oxtremo loft; noxt hor Ih Mr-a Ashtoii;  Mrs. DnvlH ia oaa tha rip-lit of Ills  Kxcullency und IMr. KnlKht hi uosita.'rt  betUde l.ndy    WilliiiBdon.j    ilia    Hon.  Marconi Says It Is the Basis  Future Improvements  Washington.���������The beam system of ,  radio transmission is the basis for ail  future wireless improvements, in fhe  opinion" of William Marconi, here as  one of Italy's representatives' at lhe  internaltionaal  radio conference.  Upon its perfection, Tie believes,  will depend to a larp-e extea.it the development of such widely different  wireless ��������� applications as . photographic  ta*ansiiaissioai   atid radio   telephony.  Marconi explained, how he had succeeded in rest ri cting radio elimination  to a beam diver;?lug fa-ona tlio Binding  station sat. nn angle of not more than  to or three degress. The, effort of this,  he continued, was that all onorgy ot  the trans milting station which undor  ordinary oij-cuan.slances woaald h:-:v*s  been spread in all directions wua <*rm-  ceaatrated nUnits llais beam.  Owing to this con con trntion tins,  strength of the ���������incoming .signal at  the receiving station hud been Jn-  creased as much as 200 times in some  cases. In trans������Atluntic coiniiuinW'.a-  tion botwocu this country und Kaig^  land, lu; said., tho bcvaiu r.ystc-m ��������� laaj  strengtlioiuHl aaaessagos 100 times. To  obtnhi tho same strength of jnconaitig  asigaials without directional irnnHinls-  .'iioji the sending power would havo  had to ho increased 30,000 aia������ai<s,  which, Marcoaal added, would aiot havo  been feasible,  Since Iho success of rudi;* t������'!o-  phony aaid s-l-jotographJe t run sin ins f on  lire _douendeait upon the strength of  tlao incoming algnal, Mui-conl <l-ocluivd  he consltlorod his expeviiaaents v.iila  bouni traaatiaaaiwisloia sis a busk; one loathe iniprovoniont of the art.  Asked wlaolhei" wireless would cvr  cna nplet el y r^pluco tbe cahle, Mar con I  saltl tho latter haal only tlae udvaaitai-o  of  secrecy, .but   that   wttli   the   beam  Ruby  II ii rd Inge    n I aiad a    benlde    Mt  KniKlii.   In tho front row aro the Hon. 'Hyntom secrecy isa practically ubsoluio  Mt'ii, Froenuua-Tliomn.s, (."apt., the lion.  Krii-ujiau-TliomuH, jiucl Uuiit. tho lion.  .1. InrvlH. rnini*c tn the 1uicl< row, h<At  to right, nrcr Mr. Havls, ('apt. 1*5. f".  JMolvIllo,   J.ord   llardlnKo,   i^uly   llar-  dh",i.;c-. rxd    lirncral    .."ylalor.'.    Piiotu  crupli, i :inaoiini Istiiinuual  Kalhvu.YH.  iia raidio slticu words uvo tranumiitiai  ut us high a raito ns-fiuo per usiaaun?.  jftjlialrlaig cumpllcatrd itwd to-pcnt:si *i  receiving sctn, In addition smk-Ii ra< -  sng������^ffi aaa*������������ subject to reception r>n".y ������������y  itiiuii.ui;>   iu    Ct.ti      uli������.<.(,      i.i..i'.     '���������<       l.-u  beam. THE  CRESTOW  REVIEW  HE OBESTOfi HEViEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : S2i50 a year in advance.  $8.00 to U.S. points. ^  C. P. Hates, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON.  B.C.,  FRIDAY. OCT. 28  NEWS OF KOQTfcNAYS  WHAT OTHER PAPERS SAY  Four    teams   -will   make   up "a  basketball    league   at    Kimberley  this winter.  V-.  21 inches of snow''is   already ia  evidence at Camp No. A of tit������-B.C.  Spruce Company in theXiiimberton  hills.  V -.  hams  Dyked Land Grain Sells ai  Premium  According to reports coming to  tiie Herald office today, practically  all of the threshing in the Kootenai  Valley will be completed this week,  providing good weather coiatiaines.  Simon McDonald, in Drainage  District No. 1, and John Davidson,  in the same district, have several  days i.hreshing to do yet. It is  understood that threshing on thf*  F A. Shultis ranch in Eraiaaage  District  No. 8   will   be   completed  unio    v% c-^c*,   am*    i.unu   ������i.   a_>     O^uiinsft  will complete his threshing today.  Nearly ail the threshing in Drainage District No. 5, owned hy A.  Kloekman, will also be eowifaleted  iia auother day or two.  The heavy raiaafall of August  and September aa;d the fore part  of this month cansed a great deal  of los3 to the grain growers of  Boundary county but iai spite of  the adverse weather conditions  most of the farmers saved more  than 75 per cent of the eroaps.  The fact that Kootenai Valley  grain commands a premium on tite  market is also serving to offset  some of the losses predicted a few-  weeks ago.  Nearly all the wheat farmers of  the Valley are planning to D������it in  winter wheat. This year the wiai  ter wheat was harvested and out  of the way before the rait is set in.  The rains started at least 30 days  earlier this year and were general  in a������i norciiwesverii res es, tn snany  districts causing more severe losses-  than were sustained in Boundary  county.���������Bonners Ferry Herald.  Mountain    mutton,   bear  3bsk5 buffalo bssf v.*i!l aU   figure   on  and  Guts  the  menu   ror   the  Kod  Vt^.A  Club   dinner  month.  at   CJranbrook   next  With the aid of $185 donated by  the citizens the Nakups fall, fair  got an even break this year. Very  few of the remembrances were  over $5.  "   -  At- H-ossland the city council is  taking a census of all residents o\ver  .70 years of age who are a charge  on the city, and will make applica  tion oia th-t-ir behalf for old age  pensions..  A couple of Cranbrook golf players report having a black bear  watch them play the gamo for a  few minutes one afternoon last  week-���������aaid then leasairelv amble  accross the course into the nearby  timber.  The eoraierstone of the new  Catholic Chaaroli? at Cranbrook was  laid on Sunday, October 9th. The  new edifice will replace the old  chairch erected in the early nineties. Cranbrook now has about.  100 Roman Catl olio families.  Vinol Gives   Girl  Appetite  and Strength  "M? IO-year-old daughter was weak  and had no appetite. Since giving  her Vino!, she-has an -amazing appetite stnd strength."���������Mrs. W. JTort&ten  The very FIRST week they take  ; Vinol,. children bt������g3n to feel stronger,  |eat and sleep better. A f>isiap?e strengthening iron and cod laves eitmpound  in aase for ovev 25 years for nan-down;  men and women and weak children.    Creston 'Drug & Book Store.  ���������  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  ACT AMENDMENTS  Satisfactory Pea Crop  Fifteen or more carloads of peas  will be handled this year at the  sorting plant of the Washington  Idaho Seed Pea company, states  B. H. Jackson, local manager of  the company.  "I am certainly pleased/' said  Mr. Jaoklin yesterday, "with the  quality of the seed peas raised in  the Kootenai Valley and the way  the peas hold up under the most  adverse conditions. I know of no  place where a greater yield per  acre can be expected than iva this  district.  "Some of the growers lost part  of their orop this year because they  did not give the peas proper atten-  tioai. The growers must team that  seejdl pea, cannot be handled in the  same manner as hog feed. I still  have peas on the ground whioh  have gone througli all the rains of  past weeks aud are ������n fine condi  tion."  Mr. Jaoklin stated that the next  year his company hoped to triple  the outpui of this season and will  endeavor to contract for the plant  ing of between 2000 and 2500 acrwa  of seed peas. If a largo acreage is  secured the seed pea company will  begin to make arrangements to  becure larger quarters for aortiiug  purposes.  Mr, Jaoklin states that tho sort-  in t work will boj*riri next Monday  aaad will eontinaio for several  months. About 15 girls and wo-  anon will bo ena ployed b a wage oa?  $2.00 per eight hour day. Tho  conapauiy ha* tVasetl! the Bonners  Furry Canning Company building  an which pen cleaning mraohincR,  HOt-titag maohiaacai, hiunnnd elovacorn  hav������ hiHjr* in h tn Hod.���������1 lmu a a*> a***  Ferry Hern Id.  PKE-ESSFTION3  Vacant, unreserved, surveyed Crown  lands may be pre-empted by British  subjects oyer 18 years of age, and by  aliens on declaring intention to become  British, subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation, .and improvement  for agricultural purposes.  Full information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions, is given  In Bulletin No. 1, Land Series, "How  to Pre-empt Land,*' copies of which can  be obtained free of charge by addressing the Department of Lands, Victoria,  B.C., or to any Government Agent.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes,  and which, is not timberland, i.e., carrying over 5,000 board feet per acre  west of tbe Coast Range and 8,000 feet  per acre east of that range.  Applications for pre-emptions are to  be addressed to the Land Commissioner  of the Land Recording Division !n  which the land applied for is situated,  and arc made on printed forms, copies  of -which can be obtained from the Land  Commissioner.  Pre-emptions. must be occupied for  five years and .improvements made "to  value of $10 per.acre, including clearing and cultivating at least five acres,  before a Crown Grant can be received.  For morb? detailed information see  the Bulletin.-���������'How to Pre-empt Land/'  PURCHASE  Applications are received for purchase  of vacant, unreserved Crown. Lands,  not being timberland, for agricultural  purposes; minimum price of first-class  (arable) land is $5 per acre, and second  class (grazing) land $2.60 per acre.  Further Information regarding purchase  or lease of Crown lands is given in Bulletin No. 10, Land Series; "Purohase  and Lease of Crown Lands,"  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may too purchased or leased, the conditions including payment of sbumpag&.  HOMESITE LEASES  Unsurvcycd areas not exceeding 20  acres may be leased as homcsltcs, conditional upon a dwelling being erected  in tho first year, title being obtainable  after residence and improvement conditions aro fulfilled and land has been  surveyed.  LEASES  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas not exceeding Wiij acres may bo  leased by ono person or a company.  GRAZING  Under the arazing Act tho Province ia divided Into Brassing districts  and the range administered under a  Grazing Commissioner, iuuiu&l gi."������z-  Ing permits aro issued based on numbers ranged, priority being given to  PHtijihllNl-hfHl owners. Stock-owners may  form cuiHoeiaUona for rango manage-  nitmt. Free, or partially free permits  aro available for Bottlers, campwa or  travcllcrH, np io ten head,  ATTRACTIVE PRICES ON  liiti#.oxirt  ff% w%  a m#-n rtfirn  yy-y*^*.1?* g       jp ��������� * _ ,        %.'������������������"'������>'      ts   *a ���������  "��������� fl   ��������� ��������� ���������  ���������  Bedeshug b-.  .1���������.i-*,  a  and  attractive  A '1  si-smp'-.  <y  White and Grey-^Flannelette Blankets  Full size Bed Comforters��������� ��������� ���������.���������.-_'-  (Jrey Woo! Blankets, from $5150 to���������  -r  jt iUciSuii   -o~������ay  Blankets,   all  WUU1,     jpi.JKJ  -%  .2.  M  -���������  5  .50  rrv  7  f A  ,DKJ  p6i  r  IK  iu.  Assorted colors.  English Flannelette in all colors ��������� ��������� ���������-35c. per yard  Dry Goods  Brocaries  Fsruifyre  Hardware  Have Your Feet  Comfortable and.  Well Shod  by  wearing  Murray* s^Shoes  in  New Styles  for Men and Women  and  Penman's Hose  for .Men, Women and Children, in all new shades, in  *  Wool,   Silk   and   Wool,  and All Silk.  Agents for Jaeger All Wool.  CRESTON MERCANTILE COMPANY  LIM TED  BRKTISH COXjTJJVIBX j������  The Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Has pi-oduoed Minerals as follows:    Placer Gold, $78,018,948;      Lode Gold, $126,972,318,  Silver, $80,787,003;     Lead, $106,970,442;    Copper $209,967,008;     Zino, G50,612,657;     Coal  and Coke, $264,099,133; Stmotural Materials and Miscellaneous Minerals, $50,175,407; making ita mineral prodaioti������m to fche end of 1925 allow an  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Production \ year ending t)ecemfoer, 1926, $67,188^842  The Mining Laws of thin Province aro more liberal and tho fees lower than those of  any other Provinae in tlao Dominion, or any oolony in tlao British Empire, v  Mineral looatioiis are granted to di#ooverer������ for nominal fees. 4   .  AV>Holute TEtles aro obtained by dovolopiiiR auoh propertiea, the fleourity of whioh ia  ftrtmraaiTrf'od hy Orowai  RnintH.  , Full information, together with Mining Reports and M������ps, anay be oUtaiued ga-atia by  addrenaing-~ ��������� '  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B.���������!������i ><tlnn\lv all Bi*lfcl������h <3olaamb"la Minoiml ProportieH iiiioai whioh developavkent work Una been tlono  na*������* tl<>Hf:aU>t'<1 In wtmeona or tlao Annuail Hep'ok'tn or tlae Maniater of Miaaoa. TUobo cawaaaJorinR; nwaralrag  invuHtmoiatahhoiilcl rotvr lo Htich wportn. Thoy ������ro lavuilablaa without obmrKe oaa amnlicaitKon to tlai> Du-  pnrtmonto Mliam, Victoria, B,C    Tt*������poa*tH of the GtaoloRical Sna������voy oE Canada������ Winch Building, v������n-  c<uav������r, na*c I'tHjoaaiuwiud'td h-h wuS^aabtt!'lous-^w nflr.fovsnnt.3nn.  H(i|������(������il.Hc<������va������i*lai|a; onuh of tlae Six Mlderal 3iirv<?y DlntrlctH aro puhUfihed Kep/arately, and two at-vull  abli1 oat (application.  mm THE  CRESTON  REVIEW  Um THEATRE      9  SATURDAY, OGT. aC������  -.���������..��������������������������� -..  .,���������,...������������������^-.���������...,.������������������������-������������������.^���������  .   . ������������������ ��������� ���������  \  SALLY O'NEIL  ' ,  .and -      x  in  eer. made the trap over the oW K.V.  roadbed between Creston and- Prwthill  on Saturday, and.is snaking a i*epos*t  as to the cost of putting it In shape for  H������to traffic, j  Evans *a#as the recipient of hearty congratulations- of her many friends on  having, saaccesafully passed her examinations.  Home to the Old Country  A  cj  ������(.  ral  Her������. is a.medley of  wit,   Jewisti    humor,  IlUd.1 i/~ nrunui'g  amrux  *������1  Irish  and  that -���������>  belcrags to no race* or creed.  The     quaintest.    - funniest >'  story   of "love-  an||//1ight-v  hearted   adventure^ou've  '}:'-y - ever"roared at.  Local and iyersoiiai  - Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Howey of Medicine Hat, Albert?*, were naotor.visitors  here a couple of days last week, gueets  of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Joyce, on their  retaarn froaaa a visit at coast points.  Provincial police H. McLaren wars a  Friday yisitor at Kelson, to which  point he took a prisoner who had the  previous day been given a six month's  jail sentance by Magistrate Mallandaine.;  Mrs. Joe Morgan of Coleman, Alta;.,  who has been an October guest of Mr.  and Mrs. Bush, left for'home on Monday, and is accompanied by Mass Maa*y  Baish, who will be remaining in Coleman fo;r some time.  Ma-s.JBu.nt pf Victoria has Ju>t ara-iy  ed f<0Siii cealple. of months' visit-with  her sajt^^raivfe' 'Baah't^V-, f^erfhvisbiWid,  the 13at**������*': Rw|?Mr. :Bu|r^J^������'a; pastorVpf  Oreston Methodist ^hm^foa* ^^p  months prior to?his death^ at C^ston  in 1019.    .-...Vv,?^,.,. ;      .JJl:;;i.    yyJ.'.J  John Garfield-who is just back from a  Claresholro, Alberta, to load oiat another car of apples for shipment to  that point, states that at the end of  last week hardly.a. third of the crop in  the Clareshoira distract had been  threshed. -~ ,fc  The Y.P.D. of Trinity United  Church are this week combining with  the adults at a public meeting in the  church at which Dr. O. G. Young,  superintendent of Non-European Mass-  ions, will jjjive an address on "Canada's  Problem."  * J. D. Spiers, local road superintendent, on advice from the district engin-  , On Sunday evening at Trinity United Church Rev. J. Herdman aonoaan-  ces he will dascaiss the subject.of "Bible  Reading ? in the? Sfchools." At fthe  trustees;,:convention? earlier in the  month ft&a't 'organization? adopted a-  resolution against the innovation,  PoRters are up for tbe first dance of  i the Creston *B ranch of the Canadian  | Legion, which wall be head at the  Grand Theatre Ballroom rm Wednesday evening, November 9th, with nn  admission of $1.50 per Couple; extra  lady'50 cents, these prices to include  supper.  Creston Branch of the Canadian  Legion ytiaeets on TaVeaadtiy nighty- All  members f and (veterans ,us;e Requested  to be present.' -Final om-angenaents  are to be made for Armistice: ;I)ay  observance on. November 11th, and  aibufor the Legion dahee 6������v Noveaa-  ber9thv;. '.J-J- plj.P.j  J..P. Spiers,'local road superintend-^-  ent, got back oh Thairsday last,from a  walk.-oyer the Gray Ca*eek Kuskanook  highwa'y between Sanca and. Kuska-  n'ooSi,' :i'dl&t?ifice of seven- miles ������n  which the right of way is aiow being:  slashed. Tba-ee miles of this is quite  heavy rock work.  Cianbrook Courier: Aliss Olwen  Evans has graduated from Nelson  Business College, rettirning last week  with certificates of proficiency in stenography     and     bookkeeping.        Miss  This weefe will wind up government  road repair  work in Creston Valley.  Including, the cost of the new biidge  paat in at Kitchener at the first-of the  year, fully $40,000 has been spent.on  new  road construction and road re-  pairp i generally. ;.  1927   has   seen' an  unusually heavy expenditure on  gravelling east of Creston.  ? The Women's Institute have done  the consEnunity a good turn by booking Walter MaKaye, orator, traveler  and.humorist,for finV appearance here  on Tuesday night, November 1st, in  Trinjty United Church hall. He gives  an entirely Canadian programme, and  is a realf apostlef of CanadUurisam,  Adia|ts85e., children15c.  Trinity Uri (ted Church held  harvest  thank-sgiying .services on Snnday eve  ii'iug when Rev. jL Herdn������.*vn ��������� delivered,.j  an appropriate address and the hymns*  aaad anthenrf were ^propriat^?-for tHe  occasion.        Fruits,    vefprjet>abies    and"  grains  jvere  consbined  wi th a trani of  autumn .leaves .to  give the  edifice .a  vea*y attractive appearance.  The   committee   off Christ   Church!  had quite ������tf?ood turnoait at the  first j  of their monthly bridge ur-i-*������fs at ������hs  Parish Hall on Friday night, at which  the  high   score  pt-izes  went   to   Miss  Margeoiy Hamilton and M. J. Benin  gei*. and the consolation trophies were  awarded   Mrs.  G. H. Greenwood and  Jas.   Compton.      Refreshments   were  served. ���������?'?' ':y y .,.- I  for  Christmas"������������������- New \ Years  Travel  s  Special Trains and Low Fares io  the   Seaboard   during    December  Leave WINNIPEG 10.00 a.m.  connecting with  ^mUngs  %^nrtstP%as  Frm WINNIPEG --'-:   '���������    -f\f':"Vl!  ISov. 23 - S.S. Melita frora MontreisI - Hon. 25 for Siasgow, Belfast, Leierpaol  06C. 3- $.$* Msi5teSaSrsl St JoSaiy? Use. 6 ^Belfast, Siasgow, Uwrpnol  8eo. S��������������������������� S.S. IfteBtfflss .'���������".,'���������'��������� ** ���������.-'���������'- 6ee. S " Biltast, Blis|������*������, iSierpsftl  Dec. 11 - S.S. MmntnalniKl " - 8������c. 14 -���������"��������� CobivCherbourg, Southampton  Dee. 12- S.S, Montcalm /'      M     - tj^c. 15 "Belfast, Lherpool  Through Sleeping Cars to connect with Specials at Winnipeg  will be operated from Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon  Moose Jaw and Regina  For full particailars. ask Ticl'et Agents  W. B. MARTIN, Creston. T. W* BUNDY. Erickson  We have Two  Carloads of these  .?  on  One for Wynndel and  one for Creston  ex cars.  I HEKEBY GIVE NOTICE that, oh TUE^BAY,%KB 8th DAY o? NOVEMBSB, 19275 at  the honr of 10 a.m., afe the, Coiirt honse^^ x^^pn, ;,B Q., X wUl s^ at onbl^o auction the Crown-granted  mineral claims in the list nereinafter set out, of Vhe'persohs iii the aa,iS list hereinafter set ont, for delinquent  taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th day of June,1927, ard for penalty, costs, and expenses, including  the cost oi advertising said sale, if the total amount dtse is not sbonar paid.  LIST OF MoiiRTlES  B&om^ ORDERS NOW  Don't miss this chance of  cheap feed.  Full Une  of FLOUR  and  FEED in stock  FARMERS' SUPPLY DEPOT  GHAS. MUBKEI.I.  KOOTENAY D1STR  NELSON MINING DIVISION  NAME of OWNER  NAME of CLAIM  Lot No.  Taxes       Interest        Costs       TOTAL.  CH  mtmmmmm***  Do Not Lose Interest  hy  delaying   to   deposit, yovue  ih .     s- , - ' 1 '  ?  v-.  you cannot  visit ua  personally,  6end your deposits byvia^^'?:?..Have  die satisfaction: of knowing that your  money   is   safely   protected   and  is  catninft; interest regularly. -  .TaHBT^d^AmA^' BA3SIK  OF COMMERCE  Cajpital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Caccfttou Branch  R. J. Forbes, Manager  Walshe,    Edward   Estate;    Connolly,  Ark Mines Co _ . ...���������  Davidson, Geo. M. ..  California Mining Co. Iitd.....���������._.   The Stirling Tcaists Corp.   Petet-������3, Mrs. Margaret  _   CaSif-smi*! Mng. Co, Ltd.  ��������� ���������..v   Ark Mines ..    Green, G. H .'.. .   Fisher, F. vV ���������    Bartholomew, R. H    V IDIlCll f    JU' ���������      "*   ������������������..���������Mu -���������. .wm w  Kevell, G. E. Estate     Hawkins, Elizabeth, Cnrrae, Crtrleton.  The Starling Trusts Cox p.....   Allen, Cecil Watson   .   Olubine, L. B.  and Salasbaary, W. H...  Gille, Jumc-8 M.V. _.... ������. ���������  Ark Mines Co  .  ���������....  A-2*neF8 a���������.  Ark  Beaitrace Krsic. ...���������^..-.;  Cleopatra 1.    ��������� 1J1 1������ ....  .+*   ��������������������������������������������������� .urn. ������������i^x��������� ���������������������*  .Elase.���������...������������������    .Exi:heqiaer_ ........ ���������  .Interpraae.��������� ........  .Iron Salver :���������  .Juno....  ^���������Z.���������  .Kia-kwall ���������   Kinpr of the Forest..  . Magpie   Monument ��������� ���������  .Monarch ...   ..Montana :   ..Salmo..    ..Shaloh... .   .WoolooiKaoriloo-   13060  $ 6.50  $ " .19  $13.75  $20.44  ?3449  '8.25  .26  13.75  23.20  11741  5.75  .16  13.75  10.69  88?  10.75  .31  13.75  24.81  .2081  13.00 '  .37  .13.75  27.12  1310  7.25  .21  13.75  21.21  391  8.00  .23  18.75  21.98  3450  9.50  .27  13,75  23.52  3212  25.60  3.44  13.75.  42.69  3161  ILB0  .83  13.15  25.58  3162  10.25  .29  13.75  24.20  3160  10.50  .80  13.75  24.55  4422  72.50  27.16  0.3.75  113.41  5012  12.00  .84.  13.75  26.09  2082  7.00  .20  13.75  20.05  2840  5.00  .14  13.75  18.80  12601  11.25  .32  13.75  13.75  25.32  3847  12.25  .35  26.35  807  ia.oo  .87  13.75  27.12  KOOTENAY DISTRICT  TRAIL CREEK MINING DIVISION  NAME of OWNER  NAME of CLAIM  Lot No.       Taxes       Interest       Costs       TOTAL  m  mmtMmm%*wm  mrnfmmmtmmmmMMmm  Our Service  '.'" I-'  ���������I' -  Tho Banlc was oetablished in 1875, and  dmrinji n ponod of, more than fifty years  Brnnchoa have been established from time  to time at carefully chosen points* The scr-  ���������VT.cc tit all Branche* is local and personal,  but it is also world-wide in scope. A moderate sized Bank���������not too machine *Hko ���������  with a friendly interest in its clients,     tos  1. IVI \*f mtL RJs/^^JL-    Sj^Wn* KaV  Lftnaont, R    -  Apnea    Lumont, R ^    Burlington   Haanllton. C. B    Copper Queen ...  Tolmaaa, W. W.     Esther ,  ...  Talaihero, Lucie; Etna;, FranK? Goneh,  Fred; & Wiork. Niok.......���������  Glendaile   Gold Hill MininpfCo  Gold Hill    Gllnraoair, T. S !.���������.. ��������� _.���������..Goldon Weat Fruc   Tatlahore, Laacie; E*������ir, Frank; Gouch,  Fred; &"Wlerk, Nick.... ; Independent-  .���������  Tulnhere, Lucie; Er������, Frank; Gouch,  Fa*������d* .&> Wlerk, Nick ,... Inland Empire���������   Talabere, Lneio;  EppjEf, Frank; Gouch.  Frodj & Wlerk, Nick   inland Fruot -~~   Hamilton & Wrapffifp. ;��������������� ,���������Joraio Mac-.*  ���������   Lang-ford, I-I,'H������JL,.,^r'^...~������wfy-i. ..r.Mnple Leaf Fnict..���������   Batnk of Montrtoal; 0. It, Ha mil ton, &  . .Mra������ J. 8. O. Bv������irpi->���������j.....��������� ..Monday ~...   Knutsoh, Christian 0.u~.....^..~~..~..: Moaintnin Trail.���������   HwhiUtoh, O. ?R. :.^r...... ^-i':::.u���������, ...OHit Podrlde   Tollrrhfin, W. A ..���������?......^������������������^..M.*.���������,... Haith^ ...������  Tollman, W, A _..!lnfh FrwcMon, ....  Tjdftl'erp, Lucloj Kptc?, Frank; Gonch.  ���������Fred; & Wiork* Niqkwpr������~~.  Suginaw    TiUiiliore, Lnolo; Ekk, Frank;. Gouch,  Frod; & Wierk. Nick  C "W. ALLAN,  OF CAJNtAIiA.  Kfe^**-'*'^  mitmrnmiMimmtU' - .-mmmmmmmmmmm  JManargor.  mmmwimmmimim  ...aaglnnw Fraet,.  Hanilltort, O.'B. & Wraprjire. tD. O. Tue������clay��������� ....  Tiilalwro, Li^o;  E{^. Fmnlt} Goiafih,  --   Fred; a!������..Wl������������rk������ SsleU.. .- Wa������h1n������ti  ton  5214  4859  1210  3230  11137  010  1800  11180  8880  11150  1230  2681  4078  709  3229  3231  3970  3881  1278  11138  12,25  9,50  8.50  0.00  0.25  13,00  2.G0  12.75  13.00  .50  0.00  .75  0,75  12.75  8.75  9,50  .75  18.00  aeo  8.25  13.00  ,85  ,27  .10  .19  .���������IB  .37  .07  .30  .87  .01  .20  .02  .28  .86  .25  .27"  .02  .37  .10  .23  .37  13.75  13.75  18.75  18.75  13.75  13.75  13,76  13,75  18.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.7B  33.75  18.75  18.75  13.75  18,75  18.75  13.75  13.75  28.85  28.52  17.85  19.01  20.18  27.12  10.82  .20.80  27.12  14.26  28.01  14.52  28,78  26.86  22.75  23.52  14.52  ,27.12  17.85  22.28  27.12  Datod at Noleon, B.0.r this 8th day of October, 1027.  W. J. BTURQEON.  Pjvw h������ oa al Cf ������11 po to r THE   BEVIBW?   CRESTON,    B.    O.  U&  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  "ST"  Languages   of  all   the  races  ol   the  ���������world   will   be   preserved   on   phonograph   records   for  posterity   when  v.  unique collection  being made for tho I  new museum   of  languages,   Paris,   it= j  completed. !  The negotiations in connection with ]  alio commercial treaty between, (.'un- I  ada and Czechoslovakia are now so !  far advanced that n deainite eoaaclu- I  sion is expected during ahe course of  lhe coming winter. I  .Sir Thomas Upton completed his ;  sixtieth voya.Ro ao tho Ifaited Slates \  when ho arrived at New York; veeenv ;  ly, oil the Leviaxban with a chall'-nKe !  to American yachtors ivs: races in |  1.929.   He   made   1j'.s   iirsv    voyage    in  iss". ;  A    Toronto    publishing    house    announces   the   publication   next   month .  of  a  book   entiiled  "Tho   Message  of ;  tlie Carillon and Other Addresses," by  Premier  Mackenzie  Kins,  with  sianul- ,  taneous publication   in     London     and-  New York.  To study means of protecting: the ;  civilian population against the effects ,  of chemical warfare, the Geneva In- ���������  te"rnaclonal lied Cross Commit tee is  arranging a meeting of international '  experts at Brussels, Belgium. January ,  ie, irss. j  More telegrams or" congratulation  and well wishes are sent by Jewish  people than any other group in the  United States, the Western Union  Telegraph Co. has found out. iu compiling a record of messages of a nonbusiness nature.  The Prince of Wales and Premier  Stanley Baldwin have accepted invitations to be guests of tlae Canada Club  at a dinner to be given in Loudon, by  the club, November 21. This is regarded as a sort of final wind-up celebration of the summer tour of His Iloyal  Highness aud the. Preanier in Canada.  The Toronto Telegram says: "Canada's next, royal visitor is likely to be  the Duke of York, for an authority informs us "1929 will see a visit of the  second son of Their Majesties to Canada, when it is understood among his  paablic duties will be- the opening of  Toronto's 'Royal York,' a new hotel."  Once Famous Liner    _  Is  Being    Wrecked  Empress    Of    Japan     Boasted     Finer  Equipment Than  Many  Modern  Ships *  The hammers and levers of a  wrecking crew are making fast work  of all that remains of the liner Empress of Japan, once one of Uie blue  ribbon ships of the North Pacific.  For several years the old ship,  which was launched In a. British -shipyard S7 years ago, has beeai lying at  anchor in Burrard Inlet. Her once  proud and majestic frame of clipper  design has gradually been converted  into a bare skeleton of steel, and in  a few weeks even this will havo gone  to Japanese yards to be fabricated into material for new ships. It is said  that the  man who  bought the  a easel  WML WtocMttgs  Have stockings Jn the very newest  shades;   your .olij  or  faded  stocking's  fjfi -Mar** A ir ct<mivif\ ri.it   wv*tnetgv*M  auwvm auiuuL LtvvSuN  OCTOBER 30  AMOS  DENOUNCES SIN  Golden Text: '"Seek .Rood,'arid, not  evil, that, ye may live; - and so  Jehovah, the God of hosts, will be  with you, as ye say."���������-Amos .5.14. '  Lesson: Amos 2.4 to 3.15.  Devotional Heading: Bealm 15.1-5.  lO-pSanations  and  Comments  T Tllrl.il.'j     *    ���������������������.,,., ������������-.>,1 >m������..,vr. 4^.yn.t  Punisliauent, verses 2-5.-���������"Tims saith  Jehovah;'* were tl*e words with which  Amok pre faced his denunciation, of  sin, for he rightly believed thait he  ! was   th������   aaaouthpio.ee   of   a   righteous  l'miJVna?t^V������i\tiftt?,e ''"*\^ ^i?������?! ������������^    "Fov tHro������    transgressions    of  jthetic tints. Aud. be sure t  | dy������s.  I     Try   a   pair  tonight!    I'se   "Piiiinoiad  froan the Canadian PaciiVc Kail way,  which operated the vessel so many  years in  the   frans-Pacilic   trad������j.   has  ha-ough  no  vessel's Hi-  days of rapid produc-  ip.H aire, given ih  ment   such  not sw������-; of. saying, *of accumulated, . transgres-  | sious),' I will not tua*uaway the punishment thereof." Judah, tlra Soutb-  ' orn Kingdom, had    sinned    ovor   and  j Dyes,   and   on   oaie   will   dream   tliey  ; \vtro tinted at home,-And you can do  i real   dyeing   with   just  as   pea-foot   re  I suits,   if   you   will   hi-'    i!--,e   t  already  made   a   fortune   through   tho j Diamoud Dyes. " . T^ ,    ,���������,     _      , .-- , ���������    ,    .  removal  and   sale  of the  vessel's fit,{     Free:   Why   not   asla   your   druggist * M~"-������"ul vUie ������*������������������S or me propriety  tings.    In these davs of rapid produc- ! f'������'   *h*    "very    useful    Diamond    Dye,  ,. , ��������� - .,     ,. .���������  ; Cyclopedia'.*       Valuable     suggestions,!  uon lew ship* are. given the lino equips"       y !liret.tlonSr  :uul  p,,,,,,^;^1  as the  Empress, of Japan   pic colore.    Or write for free copy or j  boasted.   Kvery   rivet   was   a   perfect   Color Craf', a    bag    ilha^irated    booki,,������������������^Q,   4,������������������.5.������.".������     a  -i- ���������.      -^    -,-  sent     postpaid add) ess       DIAMOND j )]^Ah^M!^J^ ^ltl^f\ ^������.^}^  DY15S, Dept. N13, Windsor, Ontario.              " '"  over again;   it  waj? not  any one ovil  act, but-persistent,, repeated ������vil acts  '!h^L|rne Itlmt ha? callPd fort,h Judgment.     "Be-  -"'" j Cituse   they  hav^  rejected  fhe   iaw ot  druggist | ,UMl   lM.j,estRjf  umi  have not itop't his  statutes   (the   definite,     legal    enact-  jments), and thfeir   lies    have   caused  them to eri\ after which their fathers  did   walk."   "By   liec'   are   meant  the  job, rh������ pl.at������>s -were ���������jomid. not a dooa*  in the bulkheads but swuur freely and  .shut tightly as when the ship was  new���������all this, when the wavcUhiR  crew begant  Its work of destruction.  Tho Empress of Japan had iviiend.s  all over^ the world. Texts of ahou-  saatds of people who wei*e carried tts  passengers in the days of her prime  vememberr the ship with pride that  is shared- by the scores cf soafariaiR  men who made the ship their headquarters for many years.   -  The. Ihrmress oi" Japan  was  ono  of  Diamond Dyes  Just Dip to TINT, or Boil to D YE  Manitoba Aviation League  Organisation ls Expected To Give a  New impetus To Flying In  the Province  The keen public interest iaa aviation, and the fact that Winnipeg, wall,  ihree sister ships. The Empress j in time, bocoine one oC the anost im-  of India was sold, to the Gaekwau* of j portant airports in this counti*y, has  Baroda during the war aaad served as j resulted'in-the. formation of the Avia-  a hospital-ship for Indian troops, later j tion League of Manitoba. With lead-  being returned to the merchant ser-'1 ing citizens serving as officers of the  vice. The Empress of China was lost organization, and on the Board of  on a reef oil the Japanese coast some  thirteen years ago.  Health cannot bo looked for In the  child that ie subject, to worms, because worms destroy health by creating iaiterual disturbances that retard  developiaaent aaul cause soriou.-? weakness. Miller's Worm Powders o*>:pei  worms and are so beneficial in their  action that tlio sywtems of the little  saafferors aao restored to healthful-  ness, all the discomforts aaad. dangers  of woraia infeotioai are removed, and  satis factory growth is assured.  Westerners Receive Medical Degree  Four western candidates havo sue-  r-essfaally pas������ed the October examlai-  ation.s of Hie medical council of Can  .id.:t, permitting ihom lo practice in  any paovinco iai Canada. Thirty candidates .-.liecessfully passed the exaiaiin-  alioaa. The wcHtt-rn'.'i's nm: A. T..  Baaeli, Vaiacoiiver; V. M. .Iiuaes, Vic-  ioj"ia; \V. If. Muaaaa, .^uviimcrhuid, 1 >.('.' ;  aaad C, A. llvjui, Vancouver.  Governors, it is expected that the  League will give a renewed impetus  to flying- in this province. The officers of the League follow: J. A. Iticn-  ardson, honorary president; D. C.  Coleman, president; H. P. Crabb, secretary; Board of Governors: Edward  Anderson, T. C. Anderson, W. R.  iClubb,  J. B.     Coyne,    P.  No mother in ihis enlightened age  would, give her baby something she  did not know was perfectly harmless,  especially when a few drops of plain  Castorla will right a  baby's stomach  uilu   euu  aiulysi.  it,������i.v<   iittw sil.   j;������ouiu-.  ness aaad fever, too; it seems no tiane  until everything- is serene.        i  That's the beauty of Castoria; its-  gentle influence seems just what is  needed. It does all that castor oil  might accomplish, without-.shock to  (the system.-Without-the evil taste. It's  which the prophet had pronounced. [ delicious! Being purely vegetable,  God's judgment in the earlier part ot j you can give it as often as tliere's a  his address. ��������� j sign of colic;  constipation;  diarrhea;  or rieed to aid sotmd, natural sleep.  Just one warning; it is genuine  Fletcher's Castorla that physicians  recommend. Other preparations may  be just as free from all doubtful  drugs, but no child of this writer's is  going to test them! Besides, the book  on care and feeding of babies that  comes with Fletcher's Castoria is  worth its weight in gold.  i vvuu   ^iouiiiOLiio,    YVIiU   iiflVe    XlO   CXiSleUCe  i save in the minds of the worshiper,  j and therefore are sure to disappoint  j his hopes."���������Dummelow.  ] "But I will send a fire upon Jud.ah,  rand it shall devour the palaces of  Jerusalem." Judah would share the  doom of the neighboi*ing nations upon  Says Greenland Once Tropical  Danish  To  YOU   WILL  WANT  TO   READ  Roland  Pertwee's   Books  Two of ih������* foremoBt boohs of  .'ulveianaro   now   beiaag  widely  lead   and   disiMVH'*d.  "GENTLEMEN MARCH"  "Will .MtatMi I'oading :> vecoaid  i|i!i>* aaid inn uy iiiii������',:j. there-  alt.i'"-   VVoa-ld Wiile.  ���������RIVERS TO CROSS"  ���������"A   niory   in  be   read   !>���������������������  ������-ialer-  '     i ,-i i:>iu<-ii I   which h ������������������'(.,���������. e,>. i I������f 11 ad.  ���������������)���������  ihiiJJfd  iind  caii.Mlled."  LACH  $2.00  I'ni'iiii     Irom   yoiar   hook-viHea*   or  THOMAS ALLEN, Pub!is!ier,  2������G  Kiny Street,  W.  Toronto  New Bloomer Dress  This attractive bloomer dress has a  two-piece skirt, gathered to a yoke  opeatlng   at   tho   back. The round  lieck Is finished with ai collar, Jind  tliea'o are pointed cuffs on the short  sleeves. The blooaners have elastic  ratal thnvutth the top aaid leg casings.  No. J GfiG is in sizes 2, 4 aand (5 years.  Size 4 a-oqulres 2^ yards SU-iuela, or  ia-A yards IM-ineh analerlal. Price '20  cents the pattena.  G. IDuAral,  Charles Gray, W. H. Gardner, J.  Kvuater, S. In. Jones, W-. A. Kingsland,  A. W. McLimont, W. McCurdy, Hugh  Osier, R. II. Parkhill, C. S. Riley, J.  A. Sully. W. A. Straith, Mayor It. H.  Webb, and F. O. Woodman.  The object of the League,    as    set  forth in the constitution is:  To fostei*,  encourage,   and   advance   the   science  of atreonautics;   to kindle    and    keep  alive  interest iai sane and  legitimate ]  aviation;    to    encourage    and    assist  scientific.groups or iaislitutions in pro-,  anoting the science of-aeronautics, and  aerial, navigation,    and    to    promote  uniform laws,  flying regulations, and  air routes.  To prepare and. dista-ibute  general   and    scientific     aeroaiautical  data pertaining to atmospheric conditions, flying fields and air routes, to  encourage aaid organize volunteer air  cadet squadrons  for boys and young  meaa, in which they can receive practical   and   theoretical   instructions   to  prepare  thorn  for active   particpaton  in aviation,  to do all such other law-  ftal things as awe iaacidental or conducive ,to  the attainment of tho  above  objects.  Iaa keeping with tlae work of tlao  League. Mnjor-Coaieral J. II. Muc-  Ba-ien, C.n., C.M.G., D.S.Q.. addressed  the Canadian Club at luncheon in tho  ���������Royal Alexandra Hotel on Tuesday,  October  1.8.  Explorer    Has    Evidence  Prove   His  Claim  Lauge Koen, Daaiish explorer, has  returned to Copenhagen from an exploration of Greenland -with evidence  that Greenland was once a tropical  country. Koch and two assistants  explored ihe eoastland of HorUi Sco'rl-  by sound to Denmarkhaven, Greenland. The exploration is regarded as  important because it shows inhabitants new routes to North Greenland.  Koch brought back the largest collection of specimens ever taken fi*om  Greenland, eight tons of fossils,  plants, and animals showing three  geological periods. Some specimens  indicated,, that ..at one time there, was  ���������tropical life on Greenland, such plants  as palms growing in abundance. Signs  of numerous hot springs and rich animal life were found.  How To Order Patterns  Address-���������Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  175  McDcruiot  Ave.,  Winnipeg  WAS SO  BAD  BECAME ALARIVIED  Mrs. Wallace Pepper, R.Ft. No. 6,  Simcoe, Ofat., writes:���������-"JLast summer I  waa veiry bad with dysentery. I lost iny  appetite, and had such cevere pains in  my abdomen they made mo very faint.  I passed blood which greatly alarmed me,  bo I hurried to tho doctor. Hetold me  the quickest way to get rid of-it would  be to take  Find Skull In Africa Of Man-Who  Lived 25,000 Years Ago  a? male skull, declared to be a perfect specimen of the type of men who  existed about 25,000 years ago, has  been brought to the United States by  Dr. George* L. Collie, professor of  anthropology at Beloit College.  Jjv. Collie, who represented the I.Or  gan Museum of Beloit, in Algerian excavations, borrowed the skull from  M. A. Dobrugc, its French discoverer,  for examination by United States  scientists. This and other recent discoveries in Africa provicle convincing  proof, said Ds*. Collie, that Africa and  not Asia, was the early home of mankind.  Miai-rcl's Liniment for Asthma.  Pattern   No..���������  >*���������*������*  "l!60 * m'*~* m w m *  Name  To wu   -...-,...  Banff Winter Carnival  The Winter Carnival at Banff i������ to  bo held fa*om February - 4ih to Illt.li  next year, aecoa'cllng to Li. C. Gjt,  president of tlao Banff Wlntor Sports  Association*. ProparatloiiK arc* under  way that give promise that thin cai*-  nlval will eclipse nll'provloua ovents  of tho kind.  ���������"���������I took only part of a bofctlo and was  completely relieved. I feel I cannot  recommend it too highly."  This wonderful bowel complaint rem-  ���������ady has been on the market for tlao past  80 years; nub up only by Tho T. Mil-  burn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.  Sore Throat  Spread on bi'owai paper and  apply on outside. Reduces  swellings and eases pain.  HSH5  Gormany is reprosontod for tho first  Umo Binco n(114 at the exhibition of  tho Loiidoai Salon of Photography.  Aa-geiatiaati Is eaaterlaag a new era of  prosperity, emitted by incroaflcal world  demand  for Its  products.  I ������ ��������� ��������� ������-������ l,������^l<M,������������.*������������  X.  i r<������4  Combined Harvcster-Tliroaher  j '.l*h<a liarveHter-throahor has had n  ' very dojlntta!) placo iai iho crop of "1027,  !, lu 102G there Avcro ISO inachliaes in  ��������� Wetiteaai Canada, which cut aprost-  j in ate) y !)l),000 iiereH. puiihg tho prow-  | (sxit fioaium 200 naachluea were dintrlb*  niled  In  [h\fi lea-rhory alone.  i li -. ���������:,,P}hyma!KWS*m*%*mW*m*^^T7A.:.j ,...������4*-  '������&$���������  It Ib wlao to bo certain that tho  enamel used in any white painting you  aro halving dtmo ia of goad duality.  The oxtra coat will be saved when dt  comet* to keeping it clean.  "That muoic makett mo ill. l Hhall  leave hero noon."  "Why not at once?" *'  "IJecauHn I havo paid ror thia  dance."���������-Journal Aniuntint.  I'iiiIh,  "A Babe in the House is  a Well-spring: of Pleasure*"  St. Catlinrin-pf*, Ont.���������"Dursnj: motherhood I. was all ruaadotvn, ncrvoua aaad  weak, when, ai pon advice, I began taklup*  IH. ricrcevB Favorite  Prescription. It  ptreaapftlaeaietl aue,  quieted nay nervea  and I had no anore  troaiblrc. T k^pt well  \\ nnrl Iind n. *fiine, bier,  ^ healthy baby���������he bii������  f Hcarccly had a d;������y't<.   : sickneas., The "Favorite iVeBcraption* waa so helpful to me  tlint T belitive It -Is the only lauuUclaie for  I lie. expectant another to take."'���������Mr������,  Gordon Uouck, 33 Wiley St.  Gii to llac drujj utore at once ond  obtain thin Fircscription an tab'letfl ^or  liquid, or fifaad 10c to Dr. Pierce's I-ob-  ������������������rrttory in HriKlt^'biu^, Ont.^ for a trial  pucluiKC of tablets.  (     ( TOE    jREVTEW,    CRESTON,   B,    C.  /-  *)b  BY NELLIE L. McGLUNG  "And. now, girls, fbr a lovely sur-  prise! There is a beautiful lady in ihe  city who is going to have a tea in her  own home for us. She - thinks of up,  living away up hero on the hill, aud  wants to avialce u:i happy. So not  Tuesday afternoon" she will on>v.i lei*  lovely home, and kind ladies ' -will  come and bring gifts and anoney, all  for vls,*0Shouldn't? we be very happy  over it, aaad very grateful?"*  ���������'Good eats! yvye'il: gp.f" It was 3>os*3  Lamb who spoke foa* the company,'  -.gathering up the feeling of the mating in this one crisp exclamation.  ���������'Oh,  Rose!" Mrs; WymuUi's rrumth  ��������� alanost  trembled���������"Rose,,   how   could  we be. invited���������;all of ?U3, I mean. You  ? should not speak so!"-  "Ain't sho. got room?" "Rose persist*  ��������� ed.;  "there's only "twenty-nine of us.'-  "Go  upstairs  at   once,  Hose,"   Myus.  Wymuth  coiannanded. y?  Rose  started towards  the hall, but  stopped   at   the  door  to  explain   her  .-���������"position,    "it's a swell way" to hold a  tea for us and not ask us2"  Miss-Lamb's periodic excursions into   the  world '"of? action  made  her a  ysort of social directory for "the girls.  At once every girl felt she had been  .slighted. -  "Rose!   At once!"  Rose sauntei*ed    leisurely    up    the  'stairs.    Relieve* of her disconcerting,  presence,    Mrs.    Wymuth    resumed":  "And. as is usual in these eases where  teas are held in aid of a Home, there  ywill be a lovely basket sent to us ihe  ���������next.day and the goodies it contains  'will be given to the girls who have  .'Lhe most honor marks."  The tea was held. The morning  Vpaper featured V it. "Wednesday  claimed Mrs: St. '/ohn for one; of its  anost charming hostesses.at a delight-  f'ully appointed tea in. aid of 'the  Oii-ls" Friendly Home." The paper was  quite correct���������she'��������� was a. charming  hostess, and the appointments were  perfect. The oaken door had a card  on the outside which said "Please  walk in." On a mahogany- table reposed a sweet grass basket, tied, with  crimson ribbon, to receive the donations. The ladies came in gaily col-  .ored throngs, high-heeled, silk-lined,  perfumed. Ma:s. St. JohaS, who stood  Inside tho c]rawing-room, received her  guests., in an American Bea*uty cut  velvet di*e$s. The roses^ on the table,  in a bowl sitting on'?a;mirror'and so  doubling their number, were of the  same shade. The table was garlanded with smilax and "the color scheme  wsis carried out throughout."  "Ladies  came  iu swarms   from  tho  .    draving-room to be served In tho dining room, aud exclaimed prettily- over  the table. Very slim young ladies served, scantily clad    in    dresses    which  wore low in the neck, high in the hem,  and niggardly in width. There were  stuffed olsvos, rolled sandwiches tied  with baby ribbon, tiny biscuits,���������  Caint replicas'of'.the honest article of  that name that wo have known and  loved���������blanched almonds, more sandwiches, pimento filled, .in harmony  with the color scheme. ,  Then, the ices!  No one cut the Ices  -���������they did not need to bo cut, they  were moulded.   Pink roses they were  set in the palest of green-leaves. The  guests were-rapturous.    Angel    cake,  -white and. of fairy lightness, and then  white creams In disks, flavored with  peppermint; -rose disks, flavored with  winturgreeri;    move     almonds,,     more  disks. "Really, I shouldn't���������I am dieting���������but these  are  so    delicious!     I  don't believe it makes one bit of difference."  Then good-byes to the charming  hostess, who was.still at������ the entrance  tothe drawing-room, aind away.  You see, the paper was.,, right:���������it  was "a perfectly appointed tea," There  would not have been one jangling-note  in its perfect harmony if Miss de Forrest had not conje. She had read of it  in. the paper and decided to come, and  it so happp'eaxed that she came at five  o'clock, whea^the rooms were crowded. Miss do Forrest was a large avo-  man, deep chested, deep voiced, dominant. When she spoke, her voice  boomed.    -'-  Red Rose Tea, now packed  in the ferigKtg clean Alusxfci-  num -package, is completely-  guaranteed. You can try it  without any. risk. Order . a  package from your grocer.  Xjke any portion of it and if  you ar������ not fcrsLtireay gSeased  return it and no charge will  he made. st  John, spoke so  "I am so glad you are Interested In  the Home," she said to her hostess,  "it is high time someone .became interested. I think it is a wicked place  .  ... innocent girls and guilty ones  e        .        e        e,  Miss de Forrest's voice carried over  the rising and falling chatter���������hush^J  ing it  at last as the women became  conscious that someone was speaking.  WOMAN GOULD  HARDLY WALK  Mrs. Horn Tells how Lydia E.  Pirikham's Vegetable Compound  Restored Her Health  Hamilton.Ont.���������"I have taken Lydia  E. Pinkhnm'fl Vegetable Compound  ������������������'���������'������������������ ^and would not bo  without It now.  I had a foraalo  trouble ho badly I  could hardly walk  aind I was all run-  down and con Id  hardly get aroxmd  to do my housework. I would bo  in bed three or  fourWaya at a  time.    I was told  ,,:,��������� - - by ia. friend to try  your Vegetable Compound. I. did, and  lay tho ttnao I took two bottles I was  befjaiininia* to got around attain. I took  teii bottles, iai all, aaid now I am aU  ritflat again aind rioinp; nay own work.  I tiavo nix isrown-iapM to-work for, bo  1 havo plenty to do. I also-u������������Ed Lydia  K. Pirtkhnm fl ���������Sanativo Warth, and I  think at i������ rconcl. But I owe my health  to tho Vegetable <Jompouia������i, and I  111 ink if more of itwma tuiecl womoo.  would be bettor off. I would not bo  without it i P it cost much rnoro."������������������  Mrn. Nhluk .Tamkson, SOB East Cam-  uon Street. Hamilton, Ontario.  Do you j ao\ broken down, norvoua  and weak aometamcH? Lydia W. Pink-  ham'H V^goitabli;Compoaaiad Ih oxcel-  lont to take at tviucli a than������. It alwaays  helps, nnd if taken rej-rul&rly and pcr-  wim.ontJy, will relieve thia condition, a  "VV.  *l 70  "Now, take the ease of that young  Finnish girl,    Helnii.���������So^ne    of    you  know her.    She  is   an innocent  girl,  clear-eyed, truthful, lovely.    Do    you  know the case?'She is hiding someone  and will not tell who sent her for the  heroin. Rather a noble thing too, ia  this dull,    selfish    agei.       But    she's  hounded  to  death  by  the  matron to  make? lier tell: V it'sVjustr a. fquestion  of how long she caxa. hold but;    Now,  think of that lovely girl' sleeping in  the same room and eating at the same  table with some of the worst girls in  town. And when she.gets out It will  always follow her. that she had been  in the~Girls' [Friendly. I went to thev  matron and said some of these things,  and so I got the blile envelope from  the Board?   The Board are all metip-  the  solid business, men  wo hear  so  much about.    Some of    you." womoh  should be on the Board and try to get  some  sense into its wooden head. I  know now the origin   of    the   word  "Board."    Thai's how to    help    wayward girls, though I admit it's a lot  more fun. to go to teas and eat olives  on their behalf."  The women gathered around Miss  de Forrest. Miss Abbie, in. her excitement, left her post at the. table. "I  know Helmi is a good girl," she exclaimed, "even IE she did burn the  stow that I left almmorlng on the  stove."  Eva St. John spent a troubled1 night.  Sho hated Miss de Forrest, great  hulking thing, with a voice liko a fog  horn,���������-what right had she, when  evGrythljnjj* was going so beanitlfully,  to burst in like that aaad spoil everything? What good did'it do a person,  anyway, to try mid do right? "Now,  lioro I aim," sho thoaight, (<moro upset  tlaaia ovor, and If that, big raw-bonod  talent I no had only stayed away it  would havo boon all right," Out of her  troubled thoughts camo ono resolve���������  {���������Iio .must floe* Holml.  "Wo arc,gaining a foothold, I'3dgar,'r  Mrs. Wymuth told hor husband" that  night.    "People aro beginning to real'  is/.o that tlao Homo la being placed on.  a new footing. Mrs." St������ John la gioat-  ly   Infnronted   in   tho  woa-k  hoi'o.  and  asked  so kindly avbout our mothods,. j  Sho   pleaded   Cor   that dwadCul  Finn  .girl, aand urged mo to bo patient with  her.    She    ueeiaietl    qui to    dinU'Oflued  wheal t tohl that    who    had    actually  struck  you.    Perhaps wo  had  bettor  not keep hoi* away from her Iohhour.  Mrs. St. John aaalced If! nho might not  lufco   boa*  out.   (irlviniv  Mimu   day,   mud  I woaildn't llko hor to  imovv.^Yeft,  I  thi;-.".-  I  i.hall  rvIa;jlato    her    in    her  classes.    Mrs. St  kindly of her. She said she would try  to get Helmi to confess to her.'"  The winter passed not uniiappjly  Cor Helmi, though she was troubled  to account for Mi*s. St. John's not  coming to see her. There must be  some reason for her friend's silence.  Anyway, In a year she would be free.  Rose *La,mb had told her that when  she was eighteen -they could not keep  her any longer. She would be eighteen- in March, and then she would go  back to Miss Abbie and the girls at  the church, and take ut)' again the  happy life of the Club. In the meantime there were a lot of words to be  learned and sentences to be written.  At Christmas Mrs. St. John brought  presents for an ine giiis���������twenty-  nine white parcels, tied with red satin ribbon, held "down with poinSetta  stickers, each brie containing a deeply religious book in chaste white and  sliver binding, with water lilies entwined in the -letters of the title. She  made a* face as she wrapped the first,  one, for the shuddering thought would  intrude itself. "How would I like to  get this when I was expetcing a real  present." The fact that-she got a bargain on them" because they were  slightly shelf-worn had* turned the  balance in their favor, for Mrs. St.  John, like anost people who can spend  money lavishly on themselves, was a  marvel of ..thriCt and shrewdnless  whsre other people were concerned.  The white and silver book whicli  went to Helmi wits entitled "He is  Faithful that has Promised," and the  first promise, richly illumined by  roses and violets and illustrated by  a story of fidelity, was "I-will take  care of yoii." This she had underlined^ adding "Never forget this, dear  -Helmi." '''��������� . "'"' '���������    V-     "  f When. Mrs. Wymuth unrolled the  [book (it was part-of the discipline of  the Home that?���������air letters and parcels  -were to be opened by the matron),  she was tearful with happiness, and  declared to her husband that dear  Mrs. St. John, though, she really had  n&t made fa profession, was not far  from the Kingdom, y ' ' ���������. '  (To Be Continued.)  Bought Rauhi-Ti With Legacy .  New Vork   Hospital   Paid   Large  Sum  For Seventh Of An Ounce  A few months ago a rich man. died  in New York aaid left ?250,000 to one  of the hospitals in that city. How do  you supose the trustees spent a part  of that great sum? ,They bought four  grams of radium���������a seventh of cue  ounce���������not so much as would make  half a teaspoonful! This* wonderful  substances is to be used in the treatment of cancers and other malignant  growths, in surgery, and in the relief  of diseases that are actually incurable. Probably no other hospital in  the country owns as much - as four  grams of radium; most of them own.  none, and most of those institutions  that use it have to borrow the tlriy  amounts that produce such extraordinary results.  Four million dollars a pound! That  indicates the rarity of this singular  eleanenty which- is so beneficient in  the hands of the physician, and.  which has supplied the key, so geologists believe, to the riddle of the  cosmic process. Each grain of the  four in the New York-hospital is continually discharging 213,000 billion  particles of radiuan emanation every  second, yet so tremendous is the enerr  gy locked up in this white powder  that it will continue Its invisible bom--  -bardment for more than two thousand  years before it has exhausted itself.  And then what is left ��������� will be hardly  distinguishable from what we know  as lead!  Relieved  with Vapors  Sniif? Vicks up  *������������������������������ malt *���������������  hot water and  **^fca'v������������^4tu������ inhale vapors   %y VAPOR U&  Dawnltralcn Reindeer Co. ,  The Dominion Reindeer Co., with.  head office at -Vancouver, has opened  an oflttce in Saskatoon. It is proposed  to ymbyo the companyfs ?lierd frojm  Alaska to the new pasture between  Great Slave Ijake and Hudson's Bay.  A sequpl to this will likely be the  opening up of **a packing plant and  canning factory at  Saskatoon.  A VERY RELIABLE  HOME TREATMENT  Little Helps For Haas Week  O- Lord, I am oppressed;  undertake  for me.-���������xsaiaii xxxvaaa. ii.  Being In straits I cry,  Lord, make a way!  Open a door for me;.  Kelp use, I pray!  Gold, Thou hast endless store;  Strength, all I want and more.  AH hearts are in Thy hand, ���������  Nothing can Thee withstand;   .-  Lord, look and give command.  -���������Anna  "Warner..,'.  It is better to go at once to Jesus  with our difficulties. We are worried  and perplexed.. Why. not tell -Jesus  first instead of running with cur  griefs to our friends? However willing  they may be, they are^often unable to  help us. The Christian who has learned to lean on Je&us for counsel and  corafort has learned the secret of the  Lord,���������-"the peace that passeth "uhder-  stkn&lng.v -.,..-.  Ready-made Medicine..��������� You need  no physician* for ordinary ills when  you -have at hand a bottle of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil. Por coughs,  colds, sore throat, bronchial troubles,  it is Invaluable; for scalds, bums,.  bruises, sprains it is unsurpassed;  while for cuts, sores, sind the like, it  is an unquestionable healer. It needs  no testmonlal other than the use. and  that will satisfy anyone as to ita  effectiveness.  ...  y? v^'P'S' ���������  OceaM tatttdin^iehlj  How "Weak.   Rtin-Down  People  Can Obtain Relief  Among' the many remedies  offered  for the maintenance or restoration of  health and strength, there isfnone can  compare    with.   Dr.    Wlllia.ms'    Pink  Pills.   Most ailments are due to poor,  thin blood.      Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  have a specific action on the blood,  making it rich, red and pure. Through  this richer  blood the  tissues of the  body  are  better  nourished,  and  the  j ������uncti<gis of the body better performed.     Anaemic sufferers, weak, languid  and nervous .people speedily find new  health and strength through the use  of this medicine.    This  was the  experience of Mrs. John Armour, South  Monoglian,   Onb,   who   says:���������"I   am  que of the tflany thousands who have  regained health through^he use of Br.  Williams' Pink Pills,, and I take this  opportuiiity of saying a word in praise  of this splendid medicine.    Before, beginning the use of this anedicine I was  pale aaid badly run. down. I found it  difficult to do my housework and was  tired aad breathless at the least ex-  .ertion'jyy.I. had* tried several medicines  without benefit, and .-finally decided to  try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  Soon I  began to feel better, sleep better, and  eat better, and found my weight increasing. In a word I felt''like a new  person. I   have   since   recommended  the  pills  to  others  who , have  taken  tliem affith equally good results;"?  Try Dr. Williams' pink Pills for  anaemia^,.rheumatism, nearalgiay ner-  vousnesss. ? Take them as a, tonic If  you are not in the best physical condition and cultivate a resistance that  will Iceep you well and strong. Get a  box from tite nearest drug store and  begin this treatment now.  The pills are sold by all medicine  dealers or- will be .sent by mail at 50c  a box by writing The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Edmonton Canning Factory  Tho Border Canning Co., of New  Westminster, B.C., has secured sjx  lots at Edmonton, on which to orect  a plant which will be ready to handle  tho 1028 fruit and* vegetable crop.  Mlnard's  Liniment for Toothache.  A man who appeared at a police  court could not bo persuaded to stop  talking. Eventually, however, the  magistrate managed to got in st short  sentonce.  FACE AND ARMS  BURNED BADLY  ������������'���������       ,     m   "  '���������������������������  Large Pimples Broke  ^uti fr-ticura Heals.  "My trouble began with an itchy  sort of feeling all over my armn and  face. I^arge pimples broke out on  my face ond were ao painful that 1  could hardly benr them. > My face  and armtt burned badly and looked  n fright. -1 could not go anywhere  I was Invited on uccount of the  trouble.  "I tried other remedies but they  did no good whatever. I read an  advertisement for Cuticura Soon and  Ointment and purchased Dome, and  In a ohort time I was hettlftd."  <Slgned) Mra. Ben Coaena, 202  Homewood  Ave,, Hamilton, Ont.  Cuticura Talcum 1*3 cooling,  -soothing and comforting to tender,  ���������iVrMWj, hiimlnir Wt.  Floating Seadrome On Atlantic Oceen  To Be In Operation Before  Spring  The dream of ocean landing fields  strung across the Atlantic may reach  a large scale experimental stage by  next spring. E. R. Armstrong of the  Dupont Company, is proceeding with  plans for construction of a large model of his floating seadrome, which ho  hopes to havo iu operation bcroro next  summer.  Armstrong pa'oposes placing the  model in tho Atlantic about GOO miles  east oC Now York to study tho effect  waves ami storms will havo upon it.  in 'appearance it is a platfoum lifted  above the crosta.of tlao largest waves  by a fraano work resting tapon sub'  merged pontoons.  Armstrong's plan is "to construct  about flvo seadromes and string them  at 400-inilo Intervals acrosa the Atlantic. Ship and bridge building corporations aro said to bo tendering piices  for the soadro������no.  Mineral  Discovery  An important discovery    of    antimony is l-epoTted to have been made  iu Northern Manitoba,  No aieed to suffer with corns, or to  rim tlao risk of paring them. Remove  them surely and painlessly with  Holloway'g Corn Remover.  Ittisllng" of iron and steel in tho  worlcl In tho past 12 months is estimated to have caused a loss of $2,500,-  000,000.  Make Money at fiftuaie  m your ip������r������ Unit h������t><a*������1oraritCtirifti!Uj  c;������#������Ung Cardi, fuelnukni and highly  proAttba*hobby, wlthunl'mllrdprotpKU.  With our (nitruetlnnt ������*nil<ar������n can do It,  Writ*- (of Prre Informmon in tmp%. It.  i������i������ M������rron Co.. ItSi Wn}k.t A������*.sus  tUDmondi,        N������������* WMImlnilat, B.C  JmX������\nmliwJkm*\&Am*m������lAiilnm\im,fak.  lit $2.00 Given ^^SS  Wmai>U BMlt trm br Mall.   AiMrrm OuniadUn  OMpott   -UUftlHrtua. LW., UvAltM.1."   aVlc������, tfoup  Oa. Ointment ta mttil (mm, Yttlcuitt Ua.  ^" Culkum Sb������viDV������i SU������k Zttc.  II  BOYS  G I  Simply nell 60 Sett of Our Famoui Chrlet-  inno SAala for 10c a set. Wlien sold  send  us  $3,00   nnd   koop  $2.00.   Wo   trurit   you  until  ChrltJtmsiB.���������St.   Nlcliolns   Semi   Co.,  Dept. 039 W.N.U;, Brooklyn, N.Y.,  U.S.A.  1 OFFER TO INVENTOU3. SKNO  Tov cur froo llitt ot InvoTitlonn wnntcul.  and   froo navlce.  Tho ItamHcy  Com*  puny, fntornntlonal Fatont Attorueyj, "71  UanK St.. OttaWia.  A  YEiNG  AND  TINTING  lie: "Do you bnltovo Unit anyone  bfiiibhi you known of our werret en*  RaKoment?"  f-ilm;   "VNi.-*!"  Hi*-.*. "Who, In heaven'* nnrtae?"  Hl\ii:   "\<via: "   -Unnpor, {Slorhhuani,  sua t,o cisy nnd perfect IF you  msq tho sauickindof dycsProffts-  wionul Dyurrs use. Dyes that an.v  put aap iai hip-hly coiu:cntr������tcd,  finely powdered, soluble form.  Ktv work to dissolve tluuvu  Nov^rnny Bhaviaaf*;, pcr.iplnjj or  cruaibliuif tlacm up. They aro,jt���������  " i E, O  YIIK WttW t>nmMOM nHMRDV, No.t  UM^%JlWfW&������\W**m^**m,*mBa  Ha. a tot la������a*dd*r C*������������r������-li. Hn. * for Mloort *  Rhliir)|������������������a������ia. Ho.n<rerC*nri>nlaW������ahii������a*aH  !������,,!,( i.,. J**,3iinjj CilJ������*������u:i!������)������.  cr   i#(o������������ mi^U   from  u*.i.ifvCtB,������cal(t4,c#.(t������������*j( ii ot*- KJ.ruv.tr c. ������u.t������* vhs CBEsrrcs review  LOCAL FRESH KILLED  ibijiuto mu  -^iliiliM yiiiynyii  i    ... '"���������fesS?  for Thaanhsgiving Dinner  i^UVg       ������ 1.11  Fowl available Nov. 3rd.  Place your orders early.  B UK Pill @ yUs  LIMITED  **ura.axz & fi-uaA-vas ^������-a  10-inch  Columbia i&sid  Brunswick  Records  while  they  last *  ONE DOLLAR  V. MAWSON  Local and Personal  Pigs    Fob". * Sa&e���������Yorkshires,    sax  weeks e������Id, $5.-. G. Davie, Canyon.  Pigs Fob Sai,e���������Sax weeks old, well  bred, $6.    Mrs. J. B. Rudd, Wynndel.  ���������Wantped���������Hunting     dog,      young,  must   be  purebred.     Ales:.   S3ambeiii,  0���������4-..* .���������     ������*t~t~t         *-������   lots, parsnips and Beets.    Fred Lewis,  Creston.  OAt-s* For Sale-���������One Jersey-Shorthorn heiver, three mouths old. xv.  Turner, Caaiyon.  Foa Sai*e���������Fairy Queen heater and  three rocking chairs, cheap. J. W.  Hamilton. C������*eston.  For Sai,k���������1923 model touring  (Chevrolet, in good shape. Apply Mrs.  G. J. Bayle. Creston.  For Rent���������-7. roona hoaise, $8 per  month, which" includes watt?**- rate.  V. Mfiwson, Gre-tnn.  Mrs. Marshall <-f Nelson as spending  the week here. ������ guest of her sister,  Mrs. H. L. Robinson.   .  Mass Pat ay Robinson of Oan brook  spent the weekend here, a gi5<ps.fc of her  brotker, H. Ii. Robinson.  For Sale���������Yoakshaae Whites, fight  reus    tiiii.    st>������   eacn.  Faiiview Ranch. Creston  wreks    oiii.    ������6   each.       P.    W".    poof  Milk, Cream  T  IC������ %^l K5GJL11  Effective  Sept. 1st  Fall  and  Winter schedule  of prices  will prevail, as follows : -  MILK  JERSEY���������7 Quarts for'$1.00  HOLSTEIN��������� 10Quarts,$1.00  CREAM  Pint,..,. 30c   -J-Pint.. :15c.  . _ _ _ Jl _ _   -   afl _ ���������_��������� _  fosioii uairjf  R. A. COMFORT  Lffflmht sWntmf mfff&sBirjp  ShoGS Sm������Bm\WiS&  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  Sfto4? tsnd fxctrncBs xi.Gf94X.innQ  Forna No. 18.  I8.K-.tlon a������]  jLjAA/O jACT"  Notice of Intention to Apply to  In W������m1 KooUmny Land XlunortlinK BMrlot of  I'rovlncoof IliitlMliCiiliambln, aind nlliaato  l.i Arrow Crock Valley oaa (uihI nlopo of  CJcMit Mountain.  TAKK NOTIOK flint Kfllrt Frank Arrow-  HTikltli. nf <'h.M/hi. H.O.. o<������>ujiatl������in, ttplmit-nr,,  iiitciiidii to apply tor iwrinlHWlon to purohnHO Iho  to]kiwlt\it ilw-zrlhtfi Isi'mIh*. Oorimioiiolnt; nt ii.  pout phmUxl ono tool tnhn Bouth ICii/it oornor  of Htibtirit I!������ ot \*>U Aim and iMkft; Muuiro WI  f:!:rilrni -.vert; Sher.c* ISI i*!i:i!jj;: j;oaat.J������: thMJis; '-*0  clialriu tuiHt; Umiiicm 'JO cIwiJiih north, mid non-  tnlnJ-uc <"���������" aoriiH inorn or In������n.  i:rrxi-" ntA.\T.u aicisowbiiitil  balixl H������i>t<:HilMsr/������, ll������7  Good plain board and room foa* lady  or gentleman, reasonable. Apply  Mrs. C. Ft*ansen, Creston.  Mrs. K'imsey and children of Cranbrook are visitors here this week with  her naothea*. Mrs. M. Young..  New and novel leather pairses and  handbags in a vara* ty of colors at  Ci-estoai Drug & Book Store.  Chas. Moore is  combining   business  with pleasure at renewing old acqaain  tances in Victoria thas month.  Bill Belanger of Cranbrocsk   wjus  re  newing acquaintances an Ca*es.ton  over  the weekend, ret aiming Monday.  Mrs. (Da*.) Lai lie of Blaaranore, Alta.,  arrived on Monday on a visit at the  home of Dr. and  Mrs-. JLiUie, Creston.  The peak of applf1 shipping season Is  well passed and all the packing bouses  wall be closed very eai ly next month.  Mr. Steenstrap has just arrived from  Alberts* and will be an charge of the  blacksmith work at the Matt. York  shop. .    ...  O. 3. Twigg, disti-icb horticultiirist,  was a visitor at Nelson and Kootenay  Lake orchard points at the end of the  week.  O. EL Jennens of Kelowna, manager  of B.C. Orchards, Ltd.,   was a  week  end   visitor   at   Creston   with   R.  B.  Staples.  Pigs For Sale���������First-clast* stock,  six weeks old November 1st, Going  price. \V. A. Pease (Alice Siding),  Creston. ���������'/  For Sale���������7 hives of bees with season's :honey, two frame extractor.  Reasonable offer accepted. Enquire  Review Office.  Fob Sale���������Ford car. in fine running  order; seats, tares, top and engine in  good condition. For price apply T. J.  Crawford, Creston.  . For Sale���������Holstein-Shorthorn cow,  fl years old, due to fi-eshen November  lOtii. Also general pita-potse home.  E. Nougier, Canyon.  Cheqaiea have been mailed all the  prize winners at Creston's 1927-fall  fair, and almost $400 was disbursed an  this direction alone.  This is the moulting senson for Vnl-  ley poultty with an attendant, scarcity  of eggs which has sent the price up to  60 cents a dozen to sellers.  Fob. Salk���������Jersey-Shorthoa*n Cow,  good milker, gentle, seven yearn old,  daie to freshen November 18th, SCO.  B, Sinclair Smith, Creston.  Mrs. Kaggoner of St. Paul, Mann.,  is a Creston visitor ������t present, the  gnost of her soai-in-luw anal daughtea*,  Mr. aind Mra  A. B. Frencti.  Mias Rankin of Cr/inbaook was av  visitor with Mrs. H. Irving at the  \vea?kcnd, making the trip by auto in  coinpiany with Mt^ta Robinson.  Bill Hale, who is with the provincial  forestry department nt Moyie, is renewing acquaintances in town this  week, ti guest of W. G. Hendy.  A hallwoVn tea will bo gfven by the  Proabyterian Mission Band ut the  home of Mrs. Stevens on Saturday  aiftt'vnuon, Octobar 20th, ������ to 6,������0.  Apnoa't*'d Onrwln t,aiFln��������������� liyiteintlm  and daffodil bulbn. Also biennials  and- perennials for fn\\ plant.lnjjf, for  sale  ut Cook's   Grcenhoaise,  Creslon.  Donald Spiei-s, who has  been   work-  J^ng at Vancoiiver foi'  the  ptast  year,  iira-fveil this week on a  vin|t with  his  pnrentw,   Mr. nnal   Mr������.  J.  D.  Spiers.  Thiv ofYIco (M|ulpnaent at tho town  ball ������h now complete, n onto of K<)nor-  oaari eapaiclty having been puroliHueal  iital Itkttalk'd at tint (hi*I? of tho   week.  The Ellen   Dow  Girls' Auxiliary of  St.  Stephen's   Church   have   a   work  meeting Saturday afternoon* 29th5 at  3 o'clock, ab  the  home of   Mrs.  Mc-  ������, *������.    ������  xyien.1,11.  Creston Badminton player's had the  first practice ��������� games of the season on  Thursdwy e^fsilng and Saturday afternoon l*t8t, *4vith a full turnout of all  last year's iaieni.  F. K. Hurry of West Creston and  Ike Lewis of Sirdar were partners in  the shipping of another caar   of young  ���������������������. **lj������     ���������-&������3*,V*     ������������vx������xft-      * *v    4 *������*��������������� *r\\\*t*r*r*.tr     r\w\  Snturciay's wayfreight.  The Presbyterian Ladies* Aid remind of the annual chicken dinner in  Trinity United Church basement, on  Friday, November 6th, 6 to 8 p.m.  Adults 50c.    Children Hoc.  F. H. Pym of Cranbrook, the Ba������>t  Kootenay district forester, was here  at She end of the week, making r*  checkup of the forestry equipment in  charge of the Creston office.  Chiropractic/  tesnlts have beeaa obtained locally  in the following iaacoordinations:  ���������Headache.  ���������Defective hearing.  ���������Tonso litis,  ���������Head colds.   Sr  thi'ituf..  ���������Stomach trouble.  ���������Staff neck and back.  ���������Insomnia.  ���������Sore back.  ���������Nervousness.  ���������Epilepsy.  ���������Detail a ty.  ���������-Sciatica.  ���������Epistaxis.  ���������Sksn eruptions.  ���������Constipation.  ������������������Appendicitis.  ���������Lame back.  I should  be glad   to supply you  further information on this subject.  j������gmfmfaj! IP^S  <M*m  F>AL.M������R   GHtRORRACTOR  Spinal Analysis Free.  Creston oQlce closed from Wednesday noon  until Thursday evening1.  Have the cause of disease removed  Manager Rodgers was greeted with  one of the best houses of the season  for fche fallowing of "Tbs Winning of  Barbara "Worth" on Saturday night.  Even with chairs in the aisles some of  the patrons had to stand.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McWilliaans of  USstr-vnit, Sask., arrived on Thursday  and are guests of the latter's parents,'  Mr. ������nd Mrs, T, Mawson. .They have  brought along their household effects  and propose to make thear peamanent  home at some point in the Valley.  The contract for clearing the ten  acres recently purchased by W. M.  Archibald from S. Trombley has been  let to  V. Baixa, who has commenced  operations. Mr. Brixa came here  about thiee months^go from Winlaw,  and.is occupying  tbe Avis  property.  Anglican Ghurcti ServiGBs  .SU.NpAY,,'bCT.,30  CRESTON���������Sand II a.n*i.  SIRDAR���������2.80 p.m.  WYNNDlBL���������7.80 p.m.  mmab  fab eretuifve  Dvnn   r^rr.   ^a Mm irm w ��������� ^* ������������������  Registered Berkshire Boar fo* eer=  vice. Fee, $3. K. STEWART, Alice  Siding.  ������ :.... .*>.,���������������������������-���������'.",.;';, ���������-;���������"���������- ���������-.'���������??���������,. f  NOVEI/FIES IPOS������ TSI^2 OCCASION  *i.asks, T^anteras, Cards, Gut  Outs  All  the  best in  Mi  Place Cards, Confetti. Serpentines. Crepe Paper-  Yellow and Black.      Hallowe'en Cancfles, Horns,  Music, <&c.  ORESTON DRUB & BOOK STORE  GEO. ������.'K������������atiEar  It's   What  You Hear that Counts!  And listening to any radio set you can instantly detect superiority or  inferiority of performance.    We invite yoai to judge V  KOLSTER R Al>io "  on this impartiiii basis. We are satisfied that Roister superiority, its  amazing qimlity of tone, its hair line selectivity, the remarkable ease  with which it brings in distant stations, its simplicity and oase oc  operation will be so marked eyen when it is coEtipared with sets costing  rouch more that you will recognize it at once. We urge you to make  it a point to have a Kolstea* demonstration before buying a   radio set.  s  1  ^^ ^% E��������� IVi 1 EI ^\" ���������' f3 Jr\  PALMEft   t%    MAXWELL  4 SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATE������ iY'BSS@USS.  SERVICE  Two Express Tracks aft'Your Service  COAL aisd WOOD  COAL IN STOCK ALWAYS  Once used always used.    I deliver between Cranbrook  and Kuskanook.    Service at all hours.  inter's SyppijfOoa  ���������Let us quote you prices.  APPLES HAULED at Short Notice  Nothing too large or too smal  urniture Hauled any distance  '������^^y^^   HLl rfP^S H . 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