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Creston Review Nov 16, 1934

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 . ..������v"-,-; :.ms - ���������' ir-i w^ .-ift"v, ->��������� ���������������--.���������,.   <.- lit,  *-- '-:���������"--������.       - .-  --,     ...  j - ,  *      ~--''fw"*^,- "���������' '���������+*  >   ,''r  , *v  *;- *'���������*  . J*y  '*���������  ���������". k  <*  "  .** 'A-  1  '*  1 Provinctei>������>^7r-:,:  JjLtS  EVIEW  Vou- .xxv;  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1934  No. 30  Institute Helps  Needy Families  F*?"*  ovsde Clothing and -School  Supplies���������Renew Some School  First Aid Kits���������Donate $10 to  Solarium X-Ray Fund.  t  a  The November meeting of Creston and  District Women's Institute was held at  the home of Mrs F. V. Staples, Friday  afternoon with the president, Mrs. H  W. McLaren, in charge and a good turnout of members,  A report on the recent bridge was  given, the cash intake being $11.5*0. For  the committee on education Mrs. W.  Fraser spoke of the need of the first aid  kits being replenished at Arrow Creek  and Division 3 of Creston public school.  Mrs. Fraser was authorized to secure  whatever supplies are needed, and also  no buy a dollar's worth of scribblers for  needy pupils at Arrow Creek, and a like  amount for distribution at West Creston  Mrs. W.H. Crawford reported .visiting the hospital and stated the Institute  room furniture and wardrobe are being  painted to match. The president reported -for the visiting committee and  mere members may he looked for.  Mrs: R. Stevens, for the Girl Guides,  reported this organization making headway and that they would take part in .the  -Armistice'Day parade. Uniforms and a  flag were now required. " Mrs. F. C  Rodgers reported that arraugements had  been made for Sowers at the monument  on Armistice Day.  Mrs. C. Murrell reported ai needy  family*; and Bhe was named to head a  committee to 7ender whatever aid is  possible, after due investigation. For a  needy family sheets and boys underclothing were donated by members.  A letter was Tead as to the need of an  X ray at the Solarium at Victoria and  $10 was voted this cause. A pleasing  feature of the session was a conple of  vocal solos by Ed. Erickson and a piano  duett.by Mrs. J. E. and Miss Edith  Johnston;   .    ���������  ,. The December meet**:*-!*- will *be at the  home of Mrs. McLaren* *<m "thfe\ 1^"&  Tbe tea hostesses were- MrsVStapies ahS  Mrs Fraser; with?" a freewill offering of  $1,30.   ��������� .   .  Purchase   has been completed  o?  Eiece cfjana for the erection of  a small  all by the Woman's Auxiliary for the  holding of meetings.  Of the 210 names on the new voters  list for Wynndel, 83 of those registered  are women. G. W. Taylor, registrar is  holdin-j- b court of revision this **vssk.  The teachers' cottage was entered  Monday night and about $25 stolen,  bel nging to Misa Sutton. Constable  Cartmel was down on Tuesday and has  the matter in hand.  The bridge drive for fund*- for basketball club, sponsored by the Women's  Institute, was not very well supported.  The door intake was about $9. High  score���������prizes went to Mrs. D. Butterfield  and E. Davis. Consolation prizes fell to  Mr. and Mrs. Birch.  The meeting to arrange the community  Christmas tree wat held at the church  on Tuesday, when it was decided to have  the customary tree in connection with  the school concert.. Mrs. M. Hagen was  elected con venor and she fs to ask her  own helpers. . Money will he raised by  collection and, if short of needs, bridge  drive to be held v  "The annual meeting of the K.K. Klub"  was held in the hall on Wednesday  evening 1 ast. Doug. But terf i eld was  elected president, with Dave Taylor as  secretary treasurer. The question of  holding a meeting each week was discussed as well as the music to be obtained. A  committee was appointed to get information on this subject. On this committee are Misses E. Hagen and R. Joy  with C. Wilson and F. Hagen. A visitors night was also decided upon to include military whist and a dance. The  committee to handle this Is O. Payette^  A. Hagen, E. Davis. C. Wilson, and Mrs?  E. Stevens, Misses E. Hagen and R. Joy.  A vote of thanks was tendered the retiring officers, H. Slingsby and G. Benedetti being unable to continue as president  and secretary respectively.  October Busiest  Hospital Month  Baeaks A!! Records for Hospital  Days���������Third ^Time Record is  BrokenThis Yfear��������� Committee  Reports Reflect Progress.  The' monthly meeting of the directors  of Creston Valley '.Hospital was held  Wednesday eveningrywith president, F.V.  Staples, in the chair \and a good   attend-  onno  ar-fc-f ar3ii*oftf-rv9*a   ..  Vi% -_ .   Osnyoss &������������**  Wynndel  Miss H.  Andestad spent  some"  last week with friends in Nelson.  days  The Women's Institute November  -"nscting is on Tuesday next. 20th. at the  church. " '  Mrs. S. Benedetti and family are Nelson visitors with the former's father, W.  Gillette.  J. Wittman has just left for Pincher  Creek, Alberta, on a visit with his daughter, Mrs. Rowe.  Mr. and Mrs. E. Uri were other Wynndel citizens who have visited Nelson dur  ing the past week.  Mrs. J. G. Abbott, whoiV-as been a  visitor at Lumberton and Jatfiray, returned home Thursday last.  Anglican Church service on Sunday,  18th, at. the home of Mrs. Ramsey, at  11 a.m.   Holy Communion.  Sale of work, Wednesday, November  21st, at 2.30 p.m., in the hall annex.  Work, candy, white elephant stall, bran,  tub.   Tea 15 cents.  Mrs! A. -Danell of Kimberley is a visitor .this week at the.home of her parents,  ^������^stS^Slbis^th^)Sxnr-^   -';���������* -T*---  '---"-  Mrs. Jock and Misa TNrssfe McRobb  were-weekend vititors with the former's  daughter, Mrs. W. Houle, at Kimberley.  Mrs. J. Teague of Nelson was a weekend visitor with Mr. and Mrs S. G.  Parker, local superintendent for West  Kootenay Power &* Light Company.  Limited.  A slight mistake was in evidence in  last week's report of the Ladies' Hospital  Auxiliary hallowe'en masquerade. The  afghan raffled vjas not presented by Mrs.  Hickey. The auxiliary provided the  material and the work was done by Mrs,  Hickey. .  J Chas.' Murrell reported on tbe work  which he has been supervising during the  last month. A-fuUV'basement has been  excavated, so that?|ihere is ample room  for a large coal bih^iand vegetable* cellar.  Thehotwaler heating:system instalation  is practically com^-te, and the water  was turned into theiradiators Wednesday  afternoon. FurtherFimprovements have  been made to tbo drainage on the south  side of the building^ ar.d eavestroughing  on the building has^>een completed.  Mrs. Stevens /president of the Creston  Hospital Auxifi"-**yi-?"r'",Ported on the suc-  cessfut fsuit and vegetable shower held  November 3rd. Purchas-** of safe, which  has been needed ^Ibr a long time, was:  authorized. G. Sinclair reported that  the house comicittete had purchased additional kitchen equipment.'  The' secretary's Report showed^that  October-was the5all time record for.  hospital treatment.iat 380 days. This is  the third time in *-1934 that the record  has been broken, 'v-" .:.,..  C as. Murrell reported on .plan made'  for the membership driv'e which will be  launched in the district shortly  During the month the following have  joined the association: Leonard Clark  and A. W. Lymbe������y of Gray Creek, H.  H. Harper, E. T4?D. Francis^ A. R.  McGregor, W." B&ylis*. Mrs. Harrison.  D. A. McDonald,.*, C. Houghton, Mrs.  Gooch, Captain Hicks and E. L. Bourne  all of Crawford Bay.. Mrs. Fisher, Mrs.  A. J.  Watson an"dv,Mrs.  W.  Fraser of  Kootenay Bay.-������i>. .7'  - The thanks:bT*Tbe"board were accorded A. L.. P^lmer'Cor loan of office equip-  -mentt^-HV-BGoSB-iftt ��������� for Scream, Mrs-  Staples and Mrs. Browell and Mrs!  Jones for preserves; Mrs- Abbott for  vegetables, Mrs. F. Knott for fruit.  sell the right of way or 'make them a.  trade. After discussing the whole matter  thoroughly the council agreed to offer  $290 for the necessary 900 feet that will  be required to extend each, thoroughfare  with a width of 60 feet.   .  The other highway..extention is that of  Vancouver street through- from Barton  Avenue to Creston Avenue, about opposite the new hospital.. The reeve and  Councillor Murrell were authorized to  interview the interested property owners  in this matter.  * There was a etter from the department  of education at Victoria stating that  Clause 5, Section 3 of the act is still in  force, which makes it obligatory upon  teachers of elementary schools and boards  of trustees to see that proper discipline  is observed by pupils as specified in the  clause referred to in a letter sent the department by the council at the .October  n eeting. The letter wiii be referred to  tbe school board.  "��������� The council will see what can be done  to provid e improved highway facilities  at the rear of the premises on the south  side of Canyon street from the bank  corner through* to the Imrjerial Oil Com  pany warehouse. A petition was to hand  on this score signed by the firms interested.  If the provincial police, on enquiry,  find that, admission can be secured to  the sanitarinm at Kamloops for the head  of a somewhat recently; arrived family*  the council will donate $25 to assist with  the Securing his removal to that institution.  No letter has been received as yet  from the police in *fesponse to the council's October enquiry concerning regulations governing the parking of busses on  Canyon street. Accounts pas ed for  payment totalled $430r of which about  $115 was for street grading. Chairman  Comfort of the roads and streets corom-  itteejwas authorized to secure fifty yards  of gravel for highway betterm nts.  Ex-High Quint.  Leading League  Trim Review to Take Undisputed Possession oi First Place ���������  Pharmacy    Loses   Another���������  tiroceteria Roils Up  U*m>m������2. *W������  MEN.  Pld. Wn.  Cardinals   2       2  Imp.  Groceteria���������3       2  Wynndel   2       1  Loallo 2       0  LADIES.  Ex-High ���������...__ .���������3       3  Creston Revipw...r~.3       2  CreatonMotors 3       1  Pharmacy i 3       0  Lst.  0  1  1  2  0  1  2  3  Pctg.  1.000  .666  .500  .000  L.000  .666  .333  .000  *nu���������  a ������������w  EkVSGkson  Mrs. R. Dodds is visiting with friends  at Salmo at present.  Miss Marion  Heric was a visitor   last  weekwith friends in Fernie.  Street Extensions  Before Council  Successes tc GQNNELL SSOTORS  C mXmW I af* K O t\ IM  Elsa OB H ^y III *K~P "^r I ^J  Wish    to    announce  we are.:., handling   a  complete line of the  SHELL PRODUCTS  and are specialising  in���������'���������;. alf.   ^branchesyotf  Automotive  Servke*..'  . ���������������������������  ?vil;7.yi/^u, ):)..[&.xvj;  First" Class Mechanics.  Moderate Pmmr-'1'1  ���������-..-���������'���������  ladies ofthe district met at ths  home of Mrs. Glen Messinger im Thurs-  -day last at which it was decided to again  have the usual children's Christmas-entertainment, and the initial effort to raise  funds will be a bridge and whist at the  hall on the 17th Those constituting the  committee of management are Mesdames  Hickey, Niblow, Messinger, Blair, Searle,  Browell, and Kolthammer.  ���������'*-��������� ' '"      ��������� '..��������� '?���������,'        ' '-,'  Canyon badminton club w.as reorgan  izeg for the season at a well attended  meeting Wednesday evening last, at  which the following officers were elected:  President, Albin Johnson; vice-presid  ent, Ernest Hickey; secretary-treasurer,  Miss Nissie McRobb; executive, Mrs.  Browell and Misa Frances Knott. Arrangements have been completed to use  the hall Tuesday and Thursday nights  o,a well as Saturday afternoon.  Canyon Water Users met in annual  meeting at the hall on Saturday night  with the chairman of the board, E. Noug ;-  uier, presiding, and trustee W. E Searle  taking the minutes. Thc usual yearly  reports nnd balance sheet wore approved  nnd |t was decided to levy a charge of; $3  per annum on all users for maintenance.  This is the first time in 14 yesrs that  such an assessment haa been necessary.  John Johnson and Mr. Searlowere elect  ed for n throo-yenr term.nnd with Messrs.  Wickholm, Nouguior and Hujj/gonB com-  ��������� jjltilw Lh������i'board of tvuHtees. with A. "���������".pen-  cer, auditor.  With the numeronf- npocl ators' earnest  nuppprt Canyon school * teams wore vict*  orioufl In tho two opening Karnes of the  Hchool basketball league played at tho  community hall Friday afternoon. The  two months* of hard pmctlso haH not  been in vain aa both the girls' and boys'  teams displayed? fine form. Canyon  turned out in largo numbers to ������oo tho  now nport. MnUmg up In spirit what  they inched In experience both teamn  trimmed thoir experienced Creston high  school rivals. Tho girlw won an oa^y  yict-ory 22 8, while tho boya ������ftor a  (it.ru������Kle won 24-17. 7Ethol VariAqkoroh  x\%m\. Bud Browell w������3Vo?tho'plcl'; of the  local*-.:' Tho teania: Ghlu���������Graco Bond  4,1 Ethel VanAckordn.: IB, Juno Bifowell,  Mdrgiilfot Huaorof';,, Minnie- tfuBoroft 1.  ���������p^������ ������P������������������er, 3, P. pm-Mul������a2,AnnoG������iPtt  land:   Boyfl^Bud   Brow-ollk  8,   Oharfio  SWh-fctt-31 w: %*, JE!.1;0l������y*s������rl- -J9 "<w W):  low 7, DouglttB Sinciftlri Burton Hudei-oft,-  Will Lengthen Princess Street  and Victoria-Avenue Each 900  Feet���������Vaneciuver Street Extension to be Investigated.  Street extensions featured an uneventful November ��������� session of Creston village  council on Monday night, at which Reeve  Fj H. Jackson presided, end Councillors  A. Comfort and C. Murrell were in attr  endance.        V      :       ?  There was a letter from J. F. Murrell  notifying tbat he had recently purchased  two acres of land from the Burn Murdoch  estate at the north end of town, which  he proposed to subdivide into town lots.  The letter informed the council that this  two acres was at tne head of both Victoria Avenue and Princess street and  that if the town wanted to continue  these two streets on to thr north Bide of  the-village boundary he was prepared to  McDougali are business  ry, Albert, this week,  J. Bell and  visitors at  -���������.-^-;v';-^7^;~   .   ....       ...  . .  -Bob ;Gurrie;-and Jaclr Connell were  business visitors to Invermere? last week.  and J   Brown  .ermere during  7; Principal Cobus is d  of basketball    players  'practicing   at CrestOn ; and 6n  afternoon the girls' squad lost to  from  Creston public school by  margin.  Permanent Waves  OIL   $4.00  PLAIN 3*00  I' 8-  ARNAOSteamer Treatment  3 for $1.00  New HAIR STEAMER  iuRt arrived for recondition- .  irfg and- beautifying the hair  before and after Permanent  Waves. Also hip*hly recommended for dry and poor hair  given free with $4 Oil  Permanent Waves.  A ' fall line of', DOROTHY M.  COSMETICSofDistinction  just arrived.  Mr1,  and  Mrs.  Swain  were motor visitors at Iu  the past week.      :  Mrs. J. Mermet left on Thursday on  a two months' holiday visit with her  parents in Saskatchewan.  The junior room of the school is now  on winter schedule, commencing at 9.30  a.m , but there .is no change in the semor  room. V  A marriage of great interest here was  solemnized at Bonners Ferry on.Saturday  when Miss*Sadie Fraser became the bride  of Joseph Alton.  Principal Cobua of Erickson school was  at Nelson at the weekend for a meeting  of representatives of basketball teams,  at which a league was formed for the  Kootenays.  The Ex-High toppled the league-lead-  ingCTeston "Review from their pedestal  Friday evening in a rough, hard-checking game. Battling their "way to a<  5-point lead in the first quarter they  managed to hold it throughout the last  three, despite the determined efforts of  last year's champs. The ? winners  developed their best combination-play to  date, an aggressive forward, line being  supplemented by an air-tight. defense.  Mary Abbott and Agnes Crane were a  large factor in the victory. The Review  attack seemed disorganized by-' the hard  checking of their opponents. Final'score  14-9.   The Teams:  Ex-High���������Payne 9, Abbott, Tompkins  2, Speers i, Crane 2,-Lewis.   Total 14.  Creston    Review���������Levirs    5,    Lewis,  Payne, 3, Palmer,   Bourdon 1,  Hender  son, Jorde.   Total 9.  - Creston Motors also upset the dope  when they took the favcurites, the  Parmacy. Leading 9-4 at half-time,  they increased their lead in the next  quarter and then held the druggists in  the. final stanza without a basket being  made. To Kate Payne - and Dot *  Wightman goes the credit for a strong  defense, while Liz. Armitage did most of  the scoring. Finalr score, 13 7. The  .teams: ? .\.?r/V7T7.:.rf. -"'..,.'?'?'" ;'  v Ci*estb*i������l^  Creath, Avery,  E;7 Armitage 7. Payne,  Wightman 2:v-Total 13.      7    77  Pharmacy^Tompkins, O; VlialBelle- 1,  Moore 1, Learmonth, E. LaBelle 2, Y*  LaBelle2, 01ivier7TQtaV77 ?:7     r  Imperial G rocetieria's team work?proved  too much for the Loallos,. who succumbed to the tune of 37-11V ^Atno time  was the result in doubt - The teams?  .   Imperial Groceteria���������Miartello 10, Kirk  3, Bourdon 6, Payne?7. Rogoirs 3,  Coul  irig 7, Dowries 3:   Total 37.  Loallo���������Madd ps, Truscott, LaBelle 2.  Nastasi, Goplin 2, S.  Nastasi   1:   Total  veioping, a  team  who   have been  Friday  a team  a 12-0  LlBtBK  CRESTON  John Finlay was taken to Creston lios-  pital on Monday. He is suffering from  ah attack bf neuritis.  Harry Yerbury has been up to his  trap line at Summit Lake, taking in supplies for the winter's operations.  Contractor Gordon   Hurry  has work  going along  nicely at  the now school  at  Huscroft.   Thc roof is just about com  pleted  Lister was well represented at tho  Armistice Day exorcises at Creston on  Sunday morning. Tho parado was in  charge of A. W. Sinclair  Tho tuuehurs at tuv tn-hooi liuve commenced practices on tho different numbers to be presented nt tho concert just  before school clowo** for Christmas.  Col and Mra.Listor and Miss Joan  Fisher wore ut Spokane on Friday night  for tho Legion 1-cunion, and later loft to  spend a few days at Potlach, Idaho, with  their daughter, Mra. L.Andreaaon.  The Community Society aro having a  bridge drlvo on Saturday night, 17th, a  feature of which, it-to expected, will be  u talk on his. trip to Mexico by O, Sostad, vicb-princlpal of OrcBton high nchool.  $20 clear wfts realized for tho Chriist-  maa troo, f und as a result of tho danco  under Community Society pUf-plcoB on  Friday night at t o ttchooihoUHO, wldch  attracted tho largest*, attendance noon in  Homo yonra Mujic was by.a lonr-pioco  orchc-jtm m������do "up of Harry Yorbur,  Horry pomehuk; Fred Mfioht and Erw  Meyt-r. ? ���������   '  The second annual meeting of the  Kootenay Basketball Association was  held a'* Nelson on November 10th, with  Messrs D Corrie an*i F. LeviTS as delegate? from Creston. Representatives  were present from Kimberley, Fernie,  Trail, Nelson and Creston,  It was decided to abide in play-off  games by the official basketball rules,  rather than to try any of the innvations  suggested this year at the oast. Among  other, matters discussed were the affiliation fees, he v8ystom;ot refereeing to be  used, and the necessity for league executives maintaining firim control over thc  activities of teams.  Officers for 1934-35 wore elected as follows: President, F. P. Levirs, Creston;  first vice-preaident. Mr. Hartely, Trail;  second vice-president, Mr. Farenholte,  Nelson; secretary- treasurer, D. Corrie,  Ceston.  In  The Ladies' Aid of Trinity  United Church are having  their annual Bazaar in  Trinity Church Hall  CRESTON  fltl*j  3 to 5.30 p.m.  ���������\'^FAm  HOME COOKING  CANDY   ������������������  ^^TERNOON-T'EA  RVTOVBOnV WELCOME ^stSKS!*^5?*^  the ^immw^ iOEESTOi^ b. a  ������***"*!    I**"-)  ��������� 8 jWa.^^    els a4^^Bl9aa������a^M  leips to AVuiu  IW ANY COLDS ahoaether  ��������� ��������� ��������� New Formula  BY MAKERS ������>  VICKS VAPORUB  Remarkably Successful  -BK-ilit;*  ,rs..s^*L**.  1^-8*81���������-  At that fust nasal irr  ritation, sniffle or sneeze���������just  a few drops of Vidcs Va-tro-nol.  It stimulates the functions provided by Nature���������in the nose  ���������to prevent colds, and to throw  off colds in their early stages.  Used in time, Va-tro-noi helps  to avoid many colds entirely.  Where irritation has led to a  clogged-up nose (a stuffy head  cold or nasal catarrh) Va-tro-  nol penetrates deep into the  nasal passages, reduces swollen  membranes, clears away dogging mucus���������brings ccanfbrt-  ing rcucx.  THE SECRET OF THEJOTTO:  < By TGordon   H   Guest.   M-AiiV'  Light is produced by numerous llv-  !������**������    rx-mnrxfk-m-       _ _    ....    ...-.���������     .,  ******* :" t*a*i~A*W    *%*-    -H-n-v    4*\+*A4plmr      ���������IH ���������*..  Better CONTROL of Colds  This new aid in preventing colds,  together with Vicks VapoRub, the  modern external treatment for colds,  forms the basis of Vicks Plan for Better  Control of Colds���������to help reduce their  number and duration. The Plan is  explained in cadi v iCiCS package.  glow-worm, and certain varieties of  squid and fish, "This light is accompanied by very little heat and hence  is called cold light. The search, for  heatless Illumination is a fasciustin***  one because cold light is more efficient than electric light. If the scientist  can discover completely the secret of  the firefly, he will be able to produce  light much cheaper than warm light.  At the present time the consumer of  electricity for the production of light  pays not only for the light, but also  for the heat which is always given  oii along with the light.  The 'bodies of animals havo a  marvelous mechanism for the changing of foods Into heat, and m certain  cases Into light and electricity. A  steady combustion takes place within  the body of an'animal during- its entire lifetime and It possesses efficient  heat-regulatton so that it is c-u'ate independent of cold. The firefly can  flash its light, and electric fish can  generate sufficient electricity to ring  a door-bell.  Three are a great many light-producing organisms. Scientists have  found that   there   are   at   least  40  VICJCS PtAN ^^  Gun Shoots "Light Rays  Two inventors in Prance claim to [  have perfected a gun which will I  shoot "light rays1' capable of paralyz- j  ing an aviator and bringing down his ���������  aeroplane. They say the rays can'  be generated to any intensity. ;  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  NOVEMBER IS  THE CHRISTIAN AS CHURCH  MEMBER  Why at 40  You Think You're  Golden text: "We are members of  his body." Ephesians 5:30.  Lessons: "Matthew 5:13-16" Acts  2:41-47.  Devotional reading: Ephesians 3:  14-21.  It's Frequently Just an "IdeaJ*  Not "Old Age." And According  to Scientists, May be Something  No More Alarming Than A  Touch Of Acid Stomach  At about 40, many people think  thev're "growing old." They're tired  a lot. Have headaches. Stomach upsets. Dizziness. Nausea.  Well, scientists say thc^causc, in a  great many cases, is merely an acid  condition of thc stomach. The thing  to do is simply to neutralize the excess  stomach acidity.  When you havc one of these acid  stomach upsets, all you do is tako  Phillips* Milk of Magnesia after  meals and before going to bed.  Try this. You'll feci like another  f>erson!   Take   cither   tho   familiar  iquid  "PHILLIPS'", or thc convenient new Phillips* Milk of Magnesia Tablets. Mado in Canada.  Also in Tablet Form:  rhillips" Mill' of Masncs'a Tablets are now on sale at nil drug  ���������tores everywhere. Each tiny tablet is the equivalent ot  m teaspoon! ul of Genuine Phillips* Milk or  Magnesia.  Phillips*  Aft/A c^Afa^teMctm  Relieved/  Mm. Bel ward Somen* baby had  two t'uHh whim lean than throe  -month" old. Bhu writiu-: "Ho luui  18 no*"*" nnd I can truthfully any  that K������vii'K him llahy'a Own Tablet������ wliilo outtintc hit" tooil, knnt  him fit and woll. Tcotl.i-.fi: In a  iii.Sles* tc\'r<t\rh tlmo for lii'lilo-i  twit, th" littlii on������ ca������ rilwayn ho  ���������tooth*'-'! ������������d tho fnvftr reduoou by  irivlnK "**A''*a-*t., ������<j/������ Baby'a Own  Tflhlotw. Very oa������y to tako, no  Af tor HY'ictn, I'i-loo 2fio ovorywh������r������.  nt- Willi ami!  "Explanations And Comments  Responsibilities of Christians, Mt.  5:13-16. In our First Quarter we had  three lessons from the Sermon on the  Mount, the first one being the twelve  verses which precede in Matthew's  Gospel our text for to-day. They began, you will recall,' with the statement that seeing the multitudes,  j Jesus went up into the mountain;  and when he had sat down, his disciples came unto him: and he opened  his mouth and taught them, saying.  The Beatitudes followed. Verses 13-  16, our text to-day, give Jesus' succeeding words which emphasize the  influence and responsibility of disciples.  "Ye are the salt of the earth,"  Jesus declared. Salt was used in sacrifice by Jews, Greeks, and Romans,  and was an emblem *������f purity and of  the influence of a holy life upon  others. Salt preserves from corruption: Jesus was reminding his disciples by his statement that it was  their duty to keep others fiom moral  corruption. There was an old  Roman proverb to the effect that  "nothing does more good than sunshine and salt."  "There has scarcely been a town  in any Christian country since the  time of Christ where n century has  passed without exhibiting a character  of such elevation that his mere presence has shamed the bad and made  the good better, and has been felt at  times like tho presence of God himself."  "But," continued Jesus, "If the salt  havo lost its savor, wherewith shall  it be salted?" They must beware  lest they lose their Christian character and become as useless in his Kingdom as salt that has become good  for nothing and Is cast out upon tho  ground ond trodden under foot of  men. This was no mere figure of  speech.  Another figure Jesus gave to stress  tho service that his disciples should  render. "Yo are the light of the world."  They were conspicuous witnesses for  him, comparable to a city which  could not bo hid, for It waa built upon  a hill. It has often beon suggested  that from the Horns of Hattin, whoro  tho Sermon on tho Mount has beqn  localised, Jesus may havc pointed as  ho spoke to Safcd, a conspicuous hilltop city.  Yo aro the light of tho world from  whom you receive your light. And  as Phillips Brooks reminds us, the  soul must stand in thc sunlight to  bear witness to tho sun.  20V as  Hard On Tlio Widows  Stcraoi* regulations covering divorce  and marriage have boon issued by tho  Serb-Grcok-Oriental  Church  through  Its f-ynoda.    Tho most   string-out   of  the togulatlonn forbids widows to remarry until 10 years -after the husband's   death.   A   widower,   on   tho  othor hand, must wait only 40 day/*  before remarrying,  ****** WOflfi*eHfl 4POSB1I������  often axe a warning that your kidneya  have become deranged and need attention. Dont suffer needless pain. Take  Gin Pills to obtain relief and assist your  kidneys to function properly.  orders of animals which contain one  or more light-producing forms, and  that there arc two groups of plants.  namely fungi and bacteria, which are  luminescent. Fireflies, glow-worms,  jellyfish, brittle-stars, molusks, and  squid are all light-producing organisms. It has been observed that even  the eggs of some animals are luminous. "Light-producing animals are  never found in. fresh "water, but they  all live in the sea or on land. Most  of the luminescent sea animals are  found many feet below the surface.  The glow of damp wood (known as  fox-fire) is due to fungi, a low order  of plants to which mold and mildew  belong. The phosphorescence of dead  meat or fish is caused by bacteria. It  has been only in recent times, since  scientists have perfected the microscope, that the phosphorescence of  the sea, the shining of damp wood,  and that of dead fish and meat have  been shown to be due to different  forms of living- organisms.  Golf Came First  A Scotsman, was a devotee of golf.  His -wife remonstrated with him, but  found it -unavailing. Finally, she (delivered an ultimatum. "Sandy, if you  do not piay less golf 111 leave you,"  she said. There was no audible reply,  but she presently overheard her husband soliloquizing, "Gosh, I am going  to miss her."  There are more Jews in the United  States than in any other country in  the -world.  bb i ������ -~ga      m     *^������  Cultivation Of Seaweed  How to scientifically cultivate seaweed may be studied by Philippine  Government authorities. Seaweeds,  or edible algae, abound in the coastal  regions of the archipelago and are  used in preparing salads,- soup and  pickles. The Fish and Game Administration has been directed to collect data regarding the extent of the  present 'seaweed industry.  ess  Retail trade in Australia continues  to increase.  ���������JT\ ������ T ������ \.7 T? IS 1 .fa.?' dT%  NERVES  "When you arc fust on edge s * ���������  when you can't stand the chilajren's  noise ... when everything you do  is a burden... when yon are irritable and blue ... try Lydia E. Pink-  nam's Vegetable Compound, 93 out  of 100 women report benefit;  It will give you just the extra energy yon need. life wiil seem worsin  living again.  Don't endure another day without  the help this medicine can give. Get -  sl bottle from your druggist today.  VEGETABLE    CSMPBUSiD  ^i m  TELL YOU HOW  TO  Au.-tralla haf* exported moro than  70,000,000 bunhcL's of v,i������;������it thS������ year.  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A product of  EAPER PB0DUDTC!  ���������a. ���������-T"'"    ,,3  HAMILTON, ONTiUMO  Makers of the famous PARA-SANI Heavy Waxe-tl  Paper in thc Green Box*.  'A Pure Genuine Vegetable Parchment Km***  VH*f aH. ia** H������8| jMBaWMatfautaiVMi       ^m\ mm     ���������     TM. ��������� a"*aa*-*--i IfcMaJfa* B*a a**"*"! "(HMV 0% Ml W fWb I""! m*T *���������"��������� "J""? Wi"*""*! fl)       J*"** """I 0W.        aWf M"PW1I^PPJ^I������WPBP  .W*^ *aWijU WMW^^Nla-'lat)'    *aftli>tji     W������^^"**Ua,V ���������     a%a������ W^Wl"-*mj0 mWIm *M"W������>|       ������* *������ V ata*f ****** %������a?      UM'-VMb*        W ������   iwia.aaiay-l.'y .Wa^fr THE    KEVIEW.    CRESTON.    B.    C  ���������>'fN-  THE TENDERFOOT  By  G*"~*OBG*S B. RODNHnr  Author of "The Corona-Jo TtaSV,  "The Canyon Trail",  SYNOPSIS  "You've faiien neir to a half-share  in plenty of iroiibiB." the lawyer told  Gerald Keciie. "The Broken Spur has  been svstemat'cally looting the ranch,  and old Joe Carr; Vyour partner, la  4rinkin**t himself into ruin.''*  But Keetie decided to go see what  waa har-oening- for himsslf���������not as  Gerald Keene. half owner of the  Hour-Glass Ranch." but..-- as Duro  Stone, tenderfoot Iii a" "Montgomery  Ward w'ldwest outfit. ,-.':���������:  Dad Kane, desert rat and lucWen-i  prospector fl"* now. l-** reiurnlntr to tell  Dustin and So'ke Goddard, owners of  the - Broken Spur ranch, who had  grubstaked h'Tv-,. of Ills discovery of  a rich koIu mine, hiiu shown samples  of tbi ore. He fees Broken Spur men  rustling Hour-glass cattle and protests against It.  Splice Goddard and Sam Dustin.  fearing the old prospector may tell  others the things he has seen as io  the branding of Carr's cattle, plot to  get him to show them the location of  the mine and then to kill him.  (Now Go On With The Story*}  CHAPTER IV.���������Continued  ���������H-P.CtfPCS--  ������&.<*SS'.<&S-''&1  '���������Me. FAVORITE RECIPES       Above is frustration of recipe No. 488 inthe new PURTTi?  "     tXXlKtJOuK, sent to you postpaid for 50 centa. In addition  tO taecoOK dooKTUXUJ, i. ma/uutoiw uucia <a cuuvewcut reCipc Sue. Ia  attractive cover, well illustrated and featuring PURITY FIjOUR recipes, it  contains 8 envelopes ios Sling favorite recipes received frosa friends cr  clipped irosa newspapers. Sent to ?su postpaid for 25 cents, ox with the cook  hook for ������S9 cents. Seed today for your copies to Dept. 623, Western  Canada Flour Mills Co., Limited, Toronto, Winnipeg, or Calgary.  PlSSS^Htli PIE���������the sure route to  any man's heart during the late Fall  and early Winter season. With  PURITY FLOUR the temptingfilling  awaits your pleasure in a golden  brown pastry that is light, flaky and  delicious in flayor* For all other kinds  of baking you'll find the utmost in  sadsiacdon. Cakes made from ?? are  erven, in textuse, light and flavorful.  Bread, rolls and biscuits from the  oven just filled with appetite appeal.  There's new satisfaction and a  guaranteed uniformity of constant  high quality when PURITY, the all-  purpose Sour, is used for all your  baking. ������������������**%���������  >, -  ,- ���������     : v /<  I*"*"*"   ������������������?$&/>"*  ^sZ^JHr WLtm  fcn  ai  1 ������  lE������&$3.:':y&&  Kane nodded. His conscience was  by no means blear. He knew that  he had spoken unguardedly and he  remembered how interested Raynor  had been.        ���������  "Of course Spike and I are goin*  to stake you," said Dustin. "But  we've got to know more than we  know now. A big mine'll cost money.  "We've got to be able to show the  goods to capital. See? When can  you take jnae up there to see the  place?"  Kane eyed him but Dustin's face  was impassive. After all his demand  was only reasonable. No one could  expect men to "buy a pig in a poke."  He hodded cjuletlv.  "Give   me   a   couple o'  days," he  said.    "Then I'll hike back up there-  and take you with me.    I'll show it  to you.   Just you and me, hey?"  ���������That's all. We'll take a pack-  pony for grub. I've got some business to 'tend to before I go."   ���������- ���������  fie stopped Spike Goddard .midway  between toe house and the corral and  told him his plan:  "You mean you're goin' out into  the hills with that old rat by yourself? No one else? Then he don't  come hack? That's takin' a most  God's awful chance,'" said Spike who  knew.' But Duitin frowned him  down.  "I mean that I'm goin' out into  the hills with old Dad Kane to look  J^.4.-. a. mmmmmm*m~mm.mmmmm. m,mmi 4-1* tttvM  Peyotl Gregg to go with us. If any  accident should happeh to Kane, it  will not be my fault, will It? I'll be  leavin' with him on Monday. In the  meantime, Spike, I've got some of  old Joe Carr's paper. He borrowed  twelve thousand from old Pegram on  a note and the old Shylock waa  damned eager to sell it to-me. We've  sure as good as got old Joe Carr's  half of the Hour-glass sewed up."  "Yea? Well . . . Gerald Keene  owns the other half, don't he?"  "We'll cross that bridge when we  come to it. You tell Peyotl Gregg to  make up a couple o' packs and to be  ready to hit the trail first sign o*  light Monday mornln*.   See?"  Spike glanced at him pityingly.  "Old man Kane's as crazy as a  hoot-owl," he .said. "All prospectors  are crazy. Peyotl Gregg ain't got  brains enough to fill & water-bag. An'  you're goin' off into the hills with a  string o' jackasses an* two crazy  men. I'm glad I ain't goin' in Kane's  place." ���������?  Dustin looked long at him and  ���������urned away:  "In that case you're sure playia' in  luck." he said.  CHAPTER  V.  mV   tT������.MStm    I      ������M*-*W  The Hour-glass ranch basked to  the red-hot sunlight and the four men  playing cards In the strip of shade  behind the bunk-house grunted appreciation of the game and of the hot  wind that bent the mesquite tops.  Lee and Spears and Bains were playing Mississippi River poker with a  pack of twenty cards while Fort, the  fat old range cook, assisted with "advice from the sidelines. At a sudden  noise he rose erect and stared down  the trail.  "My God, fellers," he said in an  awed .tone;--*aook at Montgomery-  Ward, will yuh. 7; .'..**. .7 ..  They looked. For a brief moment  they were stricken dumb. Then they  laughed as a gray pony, hardly visible,  beneath its load of illy stowed equipment, . turned in at the gate and  moved slowly toward the corral. His  ill-adjusted saddle made the pony  seem- to move sidewise and the four  continued to stare as the rider dismounted and moved stiffly toward  them.. "No -word came from the poker  players as the man came up to them.  In non-committal silence they regarded him.  "Any chance for a job here?" he  asked.  Silent Lee jerked  a finger at tho  ranch-house.  "Old man Carr's In there," he said.   ������������������  "Ke does his own iiirin' an" firm. See   f *"**  him if you want a job."  "Thanks.   .  .  ."  The man strode over to the house  and up the wooden steps. They saw  him knock at the door; they heard a  bull voice shout "come in" and tj-iey  saw the newcomer drop his hat at  the doorslll before entering.  "Southern bred man," quoth Balnea;  "We know that all things work together for good to them that love  God." Romans 8:28.  Ill that He "blesses is our good,  And imblest good is ill;  And all is right that seems most  wrong,  If it should be His will.  To those who know themselves all  things work together for good. The  good which God gives seems very  good, and only because they know  that they deserve them not. The  evils which God allows seem also  good because they see  in them  His  rfsRem$dy  Still Good Today  Coarse Roughened Skin Unnecessary  The ideal, healing, protective lotion since  1875, Hinds Honey *nd Almond Cream  makes unnecessary red, work-roughened  hands, and complexions coarsened from  Oiitxioof g.'gnnjiii rgj. -���������;< Women .iss ~*!iaas  juicney ssu Amsxosxx^ -xjTssjSm, ss & preventive  and for relief, for chapped skin.  Apply this delightfnll-f fragrant, soothing  lotion. Notice ho*w quickly it is absorbed  hyr the skin, leaving no trace of stickiness.  Gives instant relief to chapped hands, and  healing is rapid andjcomplete. If you believe in "an ourice?"Sf prevention, apply  Hinds Honey and Almond Cream before  exposing your skin to raw, damp weather  Delightfully cool, soothing and softening  In enect. Hinds Jtioney and Almond Cream  fclX^"^^^   I ������������? hand put f.rtt, to heal ttem of  roughest worker weather. hg      what shuts God out   from   the   soul.  They love God intensely/in that He  is so good to them in each and every  way. They love God for what seem  evils knowing them to be from Hia  hand real goods. For He by whom  "all the hairs of our head are nunc-  ��������� ���������  bered" directs everything wh'ch befalls us in life, in perfect wisdom and  love to the well-being of our soials.  Music was devised by the gods to  lure the sun-goddess from a cave  where she had retired, according to  Japanese legend.  The ENERGY VALUE of Cod Liver Oil  PI ll.Ct' terrnv  ES^ggii ^^gg|^^^ x^s&t&a^O       *g5|J?  H        ffig^i   Hgm   Hg9    H  ftILATI ON  ASS I  With emulsified oila digestion, begins. tit *������u������:������a in the  Btbmtich. Ordinary oils lmiot first combine with the pan'  ercntic juices -���������to form an emulsion���������before they can bo  assimilated.  Scott'fl Emulsion i* more quickly and easily assimilated  thrm plnln Cod Uveir Oil heciuine it in already enuilHlfied.  Scott'fl Bmulsion ia vicli in body building hypophosphites  of lime und soda���������PLUS values you get in Scoct'a "Cmulsioa  of Cod Liver Oil. i\  "but, my God,? fellers! Have *we all  got to sleep in the bunk-house with  that?"_-    '. .  -?'������??  "Uh-huh! I reckon so. You know  how hard up we-' are fer men. Old  man Carr's hirim* anything that wears  pants.   Look at Lee. ���������... .   .**  Lee started as though stung and  regarded him passionately.  "Here he comes back," said Spears.  "Reckon he's hired?"  As the newcomer strode back to  them they examined him more carefully.  Beautifully tooled hoots adorned  with silver-inlaid Mexican spurs  covered his feet. Immaculate white  goatskin chaps covered blue denim  pants. . . . That was as it should  be. . . . A blue silk shirt lay open  at the neck where its gap was sUied  with a scarlet neckerchief. A four-  inch alligator's skin belt carried a  row of shining brass cartridges and  an open holster, in which lay a heavy  six-gun with a walnut handle. Lee  noted three new, notches filed across  the wood and he grinned. Fort alone  one loo!"* at the "n&n'S face that  was tanned to the color of a young  pecan nut and looked puzzled. That  face did not agree with the blatant  newness of the equipment. The  mouth was wide and mobile, tlio nose  had just a touch of the aquiline;  enough to give character to the face.  No two men ever quite agreed about  the eyes. They were certainly slate-  gray with sparks of hazel light in  them like cat's-eyes but there was,  top, a sort of dancing, playing light  that might be deceptive. Ho swept off  a twenty-dollar Stetson and ��������� half-  xioddcd.  "My name's Stone, gentlemen," ho  said quietly.  "Spoil It with an S I reckon," said  Balncs who passed as the bunk-house  wit.  "No, sir. . . ." Tho man's eyes  lit a little and ho half-grinned. "I've  always spelled it with o. IT. . . .  UB, you know! You-bc-damnod Stone  .... Mr. Carr says I'm hired."  "All right, Mr. You-bo-damncd  Stone. Pitch your war-hag in tho  bunk-house. You got another namo?"  "Two of 'em, But I reckon Stone's  enough. Outoidc thoy call me Duro  , ... That moans, hard, I hoar.  Makes my namo Hard Stono, . , ,  (To Bo Continued)  ARE YOil TROUBLED  lillTII ypnifr^ ^  .niin H&n-ffCd s  Do you find it hard to go to sleep at  night ? Do you feel poorly rested in the  morning, "jumpy" aU day, and "rag*  ged" by evening ?  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Ltd., Toronto. is  Sopwith Is Real Spoit  Admits Mistakes And Says He May  Challenge Again  Mr. Sopwith, on his return to England,  informed  the   press   that   the  reason   he   had   not   the   America's  cup with him was that he had made  more   mistakes   than   his   opponent.  This   sportsmanlike   statement   was  accompanied by the remark that he  rzr3.~   r-.~^.���������;j>r.-~.-j    *������������������<���������*   ^hsllens-'e    ?i*y?*iT-'-  Perhaps the next time he will be successful.    His Endeavour proved herself to he the superior of the Rainbow in many respects, a fact which  was admitted *by numerous American  yachtsmen.   In any event, his words  are of a nature to remove any 311-  feelinfi* .that may have grown out of  the   technical   protests. ��������� Montreal  Gazette.  Woman's Weakness  ���������"I had a breakdown,  the least little notes  completely unstrung me.  T   muM    hjirrtlv   r<mt   at  nixUi and finally I became so weak I could  not     get     about,    tin*  house," said  Mrs.   "fas.  Johnson of 19 Bruce St.,  Gait,   Ont.   "I  had no  appetite    and    suffered  from feminine weakness.  After taking ��������������� few  bottles of Dr.  Pierce'* Favorite Prescrlpttott  I felt like a new person." All druggiftts.  .Write Dr. ~~"lere������'a Clinic, Buffalo, IH. X.  THE COD LIVER OIL WITH THE PLUS VALUE  For SaUi by Your Druttfjitit  mmWmmmmmmmmm*mWmmmWm0mmmn  -B-aWa������MIIMr^^  lmm4mmm*mwWmV*m1������*m  Plenty Of Work Ahead  Will Be Over Year Before "Queen  Mary" Ready For Service  Although many of the Queen  Mary's "black squad" will be thrown  idle or diverted to other jobs following upon tho vessel's successful  launch on Septembor 26 it is estimated that about 3,000 men will still  find employment for more than a  year ahead.  There Is a great amount of work  yet to bo undertaken ln transforming the giant steel hull Into a floating  luxury hotel, and there will bo few  idle moments between now and tho  spring of 1936, whon according to  schedule, sho should enter tho North  Atlantic sorvico.  Xiet Rid of DisFigurina  D I i.4 Dl   1= (R  ,, ******'''';��������������� AA^.-wmX-.A "PI*&Mv Km ��������������� mmWm���������  BLOTChJES AND ALL.  SKIN RASHES WITH  mi mm^ '" ������������������^���������i  rDr. D. D. Dennis' Liquid  Prescription* made andJJ  ^guaranteed by the mukcra of^  Cnmpnna'B Italian Balm.    Trial  bottle 35c at your druggist.    '  Mutiit Bo Some Bird  Frod McKoan, of Now Kensington,  Fa., haa a freak fowl with*, tho head  and foot of a rooster and tho body of  a duck. The bird walks Hko a pen-  quln, has a chlckon'a fear of tho  wator, and makon a nolso that Is now  to tlio fowl world.  There's nothing that riles the average practical joker more Hum to  have a practical joke played on him.  \iSHIJtSd H weir  b911I118i  DitutftMiiiard'a with ona-Iinlf  ���������w������������t oil or cMMin,   Apply'  one* ������ dny.   For 1'rom Juit������  uan ilia liniment fr������������|a/ and'  undiluted.  No troubl������B V������ry Healln-*| I  <������wiwmniiiaii  AW&4 WP ||H*l*j  M   ^Q!8 fMBM  flM Q^3   Q   P���������  H M  %ME������bH >S 8 **yP        . IB ol��������� H RaiBy  An outalandlnfr opportunity l������ now  oven for Afjonta to Hecuru exclnalvo  territorial  aclllng  rli;hto  for   tho  Bale  of:--  ^Commodity   Futures  fi  Thoy appeal to ovory clasn of Investor  hooattao:���������  THE PROFITS ARE VERY LARGE  and   tho  INVESTED  CAPITAL  in at nil timca  SECURED  -   GUARDED   .INSURED  NEGOTIABLE  ]*tUvht man ctm oawlly cni-n $100.00 per  w������ok in roiyunlnnlnnn nnd, nl tho r*nme)  tlmo, build up wpUmdlrt, fulitro.  THIS   IS  NOT  A   STOCK   OR   BOND   PROPOSITION  JAMES Da IMCE & COMPANY, LTD..  0b Rlciimoiid St. W��������� ToroiHo, Ont.  Ttilopliane ElQln 344C.  a*4-BkMMMraBMM)B8it������  ATENTS  A   *U������t   Of   -'wantud   inv������nllon������"   ������n������  r������n mro-mmttoj-a dent '..Wim* Osi fftetmaet  I ���������Hiiiiinn-<TJ'irr"iii"Ti'ir--'-r" ���������"-r"-y  VV.    N.    'U,    'M'Ci J.. 'i,~- -^.Jl'Oll.UU'l^l.-'lWU.'JMliilJIJJU.iaBBUllJI-l���������UN.B  A-H**   *������;.KJKS'.8"W.K   SSSViSSW  4������In a moment  Mother  was on the  me  *}>  "I never; dreamed^that calling  hy loug-uisiaiiee telephone was  so easy until I telephoned home  to Mother in Toronto," Mrs;  Luckman told a friend; "It  was   Mother's   birthdays   you  know. ��������� --'?-;>'-��������� ?7??7  "I just told the operator what  I wanted to do, and in a moment or so Mother was on the  line. I could hear her as well  as I can hear you, and we both  got so much pleasure out o������ the  talk chat I'm planning to caii  again in the near future. Mother's getting pretty old, and I  may never see her again."  Kootenay Telephone Go.  LIMITED  money that has been expended  has been weii sDent. ������-  The Review is hopeful that the  public works department has not  overlooked the bright idea passed  along some weeks ago as to a considerable part of the money available for relief work being spent on  operating rock crushers and turning out a big supply of roadmak-  ing material, for use next year.  Even oh old road maintenance in  these parts many hundreds of  yards can be used, and with the  necessity of .providing highways  on the lands now being dyked on  the flats there will be a much  greater call for crushed rock.  And talking about roads on the  fiats it is to be hoped action will  betaken to improve travel conditions on the existing highway  to the ferry. If complaints reaching the Review as to the bad  state of the. road are only half  true,   action in  the direction  of  meet���������that Is, if the grower is selling according to grades arid prices  fixed by the Tree Fruit Board.  With transportation available at  the freight and express rates now  effective, the truck ^driver who  can successfully meet rail competition must be a full brother to  the matrimonial optimist who  insists that two can live cheaper  than ,one. InJts effort to cojje  with the trucking situation it is  possible the board has overdone  the thing, but if undue hardship  is being worked it would also look  as if sen*."? growers are, m part to  blame. - Locally it is fully recognized that it has been the appearance of the Struck in the transport  business that has brought down  freight rates, and if it has been  found necessary to curb the activities of those who operate auto  transport, investigation will probably reveal a good and sufficient  reason.  Those who pay attention to the  curfew at Cranbrook now have to  be off the streets by 8 p.m.  . Up to the end of October the  smelter, at Trail had handled  50,000 tons more ore than for all  1933.  Despite the severe pinch the  depression is inflicting Kaslo was  able to ship a car of apples, vegetables, clothing etc., to the dried  UUI-    Si CO.  Saskatchewan.  Salmon Arm city council will  liub  give icuci   x*xm   XW8UUJVU    *������.^-....c  ���������into that town from outside  points. .Neither will they administer relief on behalf of the government.  Kaslo Hospital Ladies' Aid  gathered in $32.30 in a silver collection taken at an advertizing  moving picture show put on in  that town by the Pacific Milk  Gompanv,  *.'.*,b:j..*, A. m'.m.A --*  a., a  a:  improving tiie terry  ready overdue.  road is   ai-  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to TJ.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner  CRESTON. B.C.,   FRIDAY, NOV. 16  ffimf&nffliE jfjafjjpqfryy  *ii~<  The chairman of the village  street and roads committee appears to have hit upon a good  idea in renting the public works  department steam FoIIeF to follow,  up roacT grading operations that  have been undertaken this fall.  A high class job has been made  of Wilson Avenue and if all the  other streets have been dolled up  are as satisfactory certainly the  The board of trade has scored  still another win. After more  than a year of effort on the part  of the board the Canadian Pacific  RailwayJias now introduced electric light mto its depot at Creston  which improves the appearance  of things materially about the  station interior, but it is to be  hoped the imprcvement is not to  stop at what is at preserft in evidence. The viliage has been good  enough to place a street lamp that  pretty well lights up the north  end of the platform but the old-  time darkness still obtains at the  south end, and it is to be expected the company will loosen up  sufficiently to make a real job of  illuminating things externally as  well as internally. When one  considers the thousands of dollars  of revenue the company collects  at Creston it is hard to understand  the shabby lighting system palmed off on su-h a good customer.  CHRIST CHURCH  REV. M. C. PERCIVAL, Minister.  CRESTON  SUNDAY. IV������ V. 7S  ^x rxir,c*rTt^x.^y      m\ m,f\   _   ... -vx-   t m*.  vj8joo������.vi>i���������u.uu d.iii.,    ii   iy    vyOujiTiun-  ion. 10 30 a.m., Sunday School.  7.30 p.m.. Evenson������.  WYNNDEL���������11.00 a.m., Holy Communion.  LISTER���������3.00 pm., Evensong.  FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE  New Pastor in charge:  REV. W. A. LFWIS, Pastor.  SUNDAY���������10 a.m., Sunday School. 11  a.m . Worship. 7 30 p.m., Evangelistic.   ALL WELCOME.  YEARLING   HEIFER   ESTRAY  Estrayed from my premises black  yearling heifer, slit in right ear, skin  spotB beneath neck. Finder please  notify A. W. SINCLAIR, Camp Lister.  B.C.  JERSEY   HEIFER  ESTRAY  To the resident on the outside  looking in, it is not exactly easy  to account for some considerable  xiu&i>lui,~y    Mien,   licks ucveiupeu    lu-  ward the Natural Products  Marketing Act as administered in connection with, the disposal of the  fruit crop.    This   radical  bit of  legislation was enacted at the request of the   producers,  it was  fashioned by; a group of orehardists who designed it for the very  specia   purpose of making  more  money for the growers.    In British Columbia it is being administered by a trio of growers���������a trio  whose management was approved  by  Creston    orehardists at    the  same  meeting at which they expressed approval of Liie new "marketing plan.    And to all this can  be added that the board  chairman, W. E.  Haskins-, did no end  of good work for the growers in  the quite famous cent a pound  movement a year ago.   Having  been brought into being and now  handled under 100 per cent, grower say-so it seems to the Review  that the growers are not playing  ball in refusing to accord the new  regulations���������and those named to  enforce   them���������every   ounce   of  possible support.    If   some considerable contempt  for the   act  manifest in  Creston is being repeated in the other fruit growing  districts hope might as well  be  abandoned of marketing salvat.on  ever being brought the grower by  legislative enactments.  And while discussing fruit marketing, the Review would like to  concur in the recent move that  has relieved W. Q. Littlejohn of  the responsibility of directly enforcing the details of the new set.  As Creston's representative to  the B.Q. Tree Fruijb Board his  status is just the same as the  local member of the provincial  legislature. No one expects the  M.P.P. to see that law and order  is maintained in the valley; that  is the work of the provincial police, and Mr. Littlejohn's position  in connection with the fruit marketing act is precisely the same.  That he was willing to take on the  work of an enforcement officer is  striking proof bf his personal nigh  regard for the act, and if one may  judge by the abuse that has been  heaped upon him' he appears to  have made not too bad a job of  commanding respect for regulations whose ".legal standing has  been open to question. Had he  had direct control right from the  start the Review is convinced the  situation would have been still  better controlled. Under all the  circumstances Mr.' Littlejohn has  been the right man in a tight  place: :  .*,. m.m%. j,.*, m^.m\.A.m^.m..m.mm.m.t^m\    8*    tk I A I a>. ������%.<>��������� |������8i<> a I^.A.I*^  '*  'a-  ���������    4  Carrying Freight between Greston, Cranbrook  Kimberley, Fernie, and way points,  i.a8.M������ nnrvrnu  IHiUHX   linrAIIBil  4  I  II.III..  BHiaaaa f  \U ai,Jrtj8Aj|j8ia     ataa J      C*/������Aaa a������#l<*������a  HHiiiiKxy-fl-i rtiiij gaiuiuav  Arrives CRESTON-Tuesday and Friday Afternoons.  DEPOT: Geci* Moore's Garisge Phone 16    "j  ���������y *���������# 'v ���������y ^ * v v -^ *p****f,**i|y^***** ������������������"****'*  ��������� y.y.yy.iy-  ���������****? ���������**-if.  ' m^mm^mmmmmxm^mmm^^mS.m'm^^^mmmJx^mi.^'xfm HiBjfai aajaafKam^k^aaW^  1  4  4  4  <  4 ���������  4  4  4  4  ...4  4 '  4  4   '  4  4  i  4  Choose Fuel to Get the Most Heat  Uur customers know by experience that. ��������� -it pays to  buy GOOD Fuel"���������they look beyond the first cost, and inquire into heating quality. "How much heat per dollar?" is  the question they ask.    And they have found that  Corbin Washed Goal  answers   that  question   best���������most economically   for them.    -*  Phone and learn how you, too, can save on your fuel.  iKiinArr  .  S      B  f������S    Si  ALBERT DAVIES  <    P.O. BOX 79  PHONE 13  ���������f ������'rr BB 'av w  ���������rn'm^wm'^' m-wt"  'T'T'f*1?1  'W'~m���������w-^'  a-a.'a.a.-..^.^ .m.JX.A.A.A.m   ^. >i4.������.*.������iit   l>.*..>.  a. a . a .a. a   a    a^. a   a ��������� a . a . mm    ^ . fl l ^ > fr , |ft|  TSJO T1TT������T f  MORE HEAT I.  Stroyed ffom my premifles early in  September, reddish yearling Jeraey  heifer, white underneath. Reward to  party givinc information leadinK to recovery. W! T. H. SMITH. Porthill,  Idaho.  And if it is a bit mysterious as  to why the new order of thin'gs  fails to thoroughly enthuse local  growers, still harder is it for the  man on the outside to figure out  how the truckers can make ends  n*  ���������13  BE1-illAN lit iMiIDm TiuiTv  . -fcWflllfe Ur WUKN IIKbd  ���������cause much  experience this  t. i scorn -  last  : BLOWOUTS in zero weathei  1 fort and loss   of time.    Did you  2 winter?  m  M  ��������� Chock over your complete set of tires and tubes  : and replace worn ones with genuine ATLAS.  m  ��������� We carry a complete lino of Winter Driving Needs  : for your car.    Drive in today and be prepared,  CECIL MOORE'S GARAGE  Phone W FORD DEALER Creston  j**w*x,tmmx>imH.wmxtmk*mm*0m.mm.mmv.*,mmmmmmmmmmwximm.mHX,,m.m*X,immt,imiMm4.HximuHxi*,m*i*imu*mi.i,m  ���������"IM  More than half of the total Okanagan -apple crop has now been  disposed of.  The 1934 voters list as recently  compiled for East Kootenay shows  12.167 names -  October was the best . month  Cranbrook real estate dealers have  had in three years.  For the first seven days in November, Bonners Ferry experienced  almost two inches of rain.  Penticton growers this year received more for cherries but less  for aDricots and peaches than in  1933*  Increased attendance at the  public school at Grand Forks has  necessitated engaging another  teacher.  At "November lst Penticton  had 85 per cent, of 1934 taxes  paid. The year previous it was  83 per cent.  The B.C. Tree Fruit Board reports 75 per cent, ofthe Macs  and 50 per cent of the Jonathans  already sold.  Soft fruits handled by the Co-  Op. Growers at Penticton this year  had a total value $10,000 inexcess  of 1933 tonnage.  Vernon golf club shut up shop  for the year on November 3rd,  but they are still playing the  game at Grand Forks,  Arrangements have been completed whereby the Anglican rector at Cranbrook will also minister to the needs of Kimberley.  The convention of delegates to  elect the three grower members  of the B.C. Tree Fruit Board will  be held at Kelowna on November  20th.  14G8 names arc shown on the  new federal voter*- lint for Kimberley, At the provincial election  last November there were about  1147 names.  Cranbrook Relief Society workers are grateful for a couple of  tons of apples secured at Creston  last week���������from ranchers and  packing hoiiFteH.  Hot Ol&ais  ������s"  Youlve got to  you're going to be  Fut in    our  better heat.  be.. ready .'���������'for * Winter in advance, if  warm from the first cold spel! on.  clean,    dusties.s coal now.    It   gives you  4  i  4  ���������  4  I  4  <  i  4  H   <?   Mr: PR PATH-  ���������    a m '-^mm-' m a > ���������   "-mmm-   '-.mmm-   m.   m. Jaaaaaa ar     m     J8      mm  r*OA.Tj.    WOOD,  "*R'������jO������T"K8������-    T^TO-*-"**"-*"*-.  *,r*,������"Br*ar*y*yB������i*  mwm y^*By^v .y^May^"**"^1^1^"  't'T'ff'y  *^m^m^^H*0-^XJ^qpmy0 . .^j, . y^y^^  consists in spending less than  you earn.  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings haX-  ances and shall welcome your  account. ������sso  THE CANABIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,00C,000  Reserve Fund $^0,000,000  Creston Branch  R. J. Forbes, Manager  .Wt.ft-'.t.-W.I-tf.ta"*^  I  I lie Consolidated Mining &  EmeHting Company-of Canaila, Ltd.,  TRAIL.   BRITISH OOLLUMBIA  Manufacturers of  ELEPHANT Brand Commercial  Aiiii'Mioiiiiiii'i Jphospbalcs.   Sulphate.of Ammonia  Superphosphates        Complete Fertilizers.  *��������� '7 ;' 7. .7 Producers and Refinerfii of X^ijj-v,'-  MbbmVbm-I    '    aaa,   '     BjaaaHlaW. af*k aTaTatalk    "���������*���������     '   m*L ^W"M'        '   4*W<b\mW "H  . W*bb"1'"M '7 111' 8**i  1 AU AW A.1!^ ISy������QLiicl Jt^Ieccit"oiy oc  Cadmium-Bismuth.    Lead-Zinc. THE  CRESTON   REVIEW  a  tt*aa-efiTb-n  -wa "t*������?i.i7aa  afumtiwtc  WXUS<*U**al ������**���������  War Veterans  Armistice Day. Exercises Impressive and Well Attended���������  Two Addresses���������Guides and  Scouts in Parade.  With simple but impressive exercises  and a representative turnout of citizens.  Creaton ve-Ty fittingly observed Armistice  Day with .the usual exercises at the  monument commencing at 11 o'clock  Sunday morning.  The number of exr-service men in the  parade wds somewhat larger than on  former occasions and ort the march to  and from the cenotaph they were accompanied by a group of Boy'Scouts in  charge t>f Scoutmaster Ed. Gardiner,  and almost the entire membership of the  local corps of Girl Guides," in charge of  Mrs. A. R. Lynn.  ^The parade and service was in charge  oi Bergi. A. W. Sinclair, who was  assisted by bugler H. E Cox who sounded cease fire just prior to the two  minutes' silence and followed with Last  Post as the half-masted colors were  hoisted to the masthead The in vocation was by Rev. A. O. Thomson, and  there were two addresses, by Rev. M C.  Percival and Col Mallandaine. The  musical numbers included O Canada,  one verse of "O God Our Help in Ages  Past," and the national anthem. All  the local organizations laid wreaths at  foot of the pillar.  7"  Rev. M". C Percival based his remarks  on tho passage "'Wha-femean ye by this  service?'' and in practical terms pointed  out that the, Jews had retained? their  identity as a peop e through 6000 years  by the deveiepment: of character and  remembrance -;of their ideals. As the  horrors of the great war fade into the  past, and the' rising generation repeat  the words of the text, our answer on  Remembrance Day is that the same  ideals that caused the Canadian army to  pour out its blood for God and freedom  on Flanders fields are still the ..ideals of  Canadian men and women.  Col. Mallendaine in his accostomed  lucid and direct style cited figures to  show that Canada from an insignificant  permanent  miHtia  force  in   1914   had  half  a  of the line, and for a time held down a  homestead at AlrtiPria, Sask.j coming! to  Creston about 1920, when' be bought  some stump land tbat he developed into  a very fine vegetable-fruit tract. The  funeral took place Wednesday afternoon  from Trinity, United Church, with the  pastor, Rev. A. Walker, officiating,. and  many of the friends of deceased were out  to pay their last respects. At the grave  the burial exercises were in charge of the  Orange Order; the chaplain, Hilton  Young, reading the service, and six members of the order, W. H. Crawford, D.  Learmonth, John Spratt, Matt York  A. Halstead, as "^allbsarers. Deceased  was unmarrieaj. anu one o* a aamiiy o������  eleven, of whom eight are still living.  Two brothers, Dr. W. P. Stevenson of  Belmont, Manitoba and Thomas Stevenson of Vidora, Sask . were with him when  the end came.and had charge.of funeral  "arrangements.  ^^s ���������  no  QUALITY FBRST  P.O. BOX 31  I  i  i  J9?  Phone 19  WHOLESALE  RETAIL.  BmXBmf&mfffmfSn&i*  sent to active service more  than  million men.   This force  distinguished  itself in the- four years of fighting and  earned itself a place amongst the great  nations of the world.   Surely this is a  snagnificient    heritage  but   is   Canada  doing its full duty by its heroes?   Too  of ten the maimed or burnt out soldier is  treated as a criminal or a beggar -by the  pension authorities, and the spirit of the  government promises at the first; armis  tice has not been carried out 7 In; closing  the speaker made a timely plea for better  consideration of the  returned men  by  citizens in all walks of life. ? .    ..._.....,...       ,   _      ,    ,.._..���������  At the conclusion of&be? exereises- the    - A?.,PeEer������on.ol ^rajvfprd B-^l was  veterans paraded to the cemetery  where ! business visitor to Atbara, Saturday,  the graves, of fallen e*s-service men  were  decorated.  " Allan Cameron was a Moyie and Cran -  brook visitor several days last week.  A. LePage, F. Smith and L. Simpson  left last week for Fort Steele, where they  att> ftmnlnvprl 7  The relief camp at GoatfeHWest is  rapidly filling up with men coming in  from prairie points.  Wesley and W Hard Blair were weekend visitors at. Nelson, and while there  bought a 1933 Chevrolet truck.  A large crowd from here took in the  dance at Yahk last Friday evening when  Priest's orchestra supplied the music.  Miss Celina Langlois arrived on Monday from Vancouver on a visit at Kitchener, a guest of Miss Myrtle Anderson.  Mrs. Algot Johnson of Moyie and Mrs.  F. Sandburg of Lumberton were visiting  Mr? and Mrs. B. Johnson and renewing  acquaintances here for several day*", returning by bus:        .  Lady voters at Kitchener are scarcer?  than at the other valley points according  to the new federal voters list. Of 121  names on the list hpre 26 areladies. At  Sirdar with 96 names 37 are women.  Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Putnam and son,  Frank, of Erickson, were weekend guests  of Mr. and Mrs. G. Seneasel. While  here Doug, had the good fortune to bag  an 11-point buck while on a weekend  hunt. ������������������' ���������"  SBrtSsaB*  Frank Lomkardo of Tye  was a  Creston visitor over the week e������d. ?.  stated  The*water in Summit* Creek is  to have risen two-feet on Sunday.  J. S..7 Wilson  and sbn .* Charles,  weekend visitors at Crestoh b ; car  were  Junior Basketball  In the Junior League openers Friday  afternoon, the High School had a bad  day, losing all three games- Canyon  *������on. both theirs and Erickson sir!"-? lost  to Creston Public School. The two  games bet   een   the   High   School and  '  r~.         ..-.._���������   ... t _ ���������     . .8    , .;  rm .. - ..  V^ttiiyuil wcie pliiy'cU cai. udii^Uii.  Death of John Em Stevenson  Creston has lost another of it? quite  well known citizens in the death of John  F. Stevenson, who passed away at Creston-Hospital late Monday evening, in  his 74th year. Deceased, who operated  a fruit tract at the corner of Wilson Av-  enueand Fifth street���������on the lower side  of town, had not been in good health for  the past few months, but hia condition  was not thought to be serious until he  re-entered the hospital about two weeks  ago. Deceased was a native of Hastings,  Ontario, where he learned the trade of  cheese and buttermaking, and in 1888  came west to operate a cheese f aci ory in  Manitoba, near Winnipeg. Since then  he travelled considerably on both, sides  ^faaaiBiajBBiii'Bm.BiBiai.itaaaiaiaaiBiaiatiaiiBis.aiaiaBiiar.laiBaial  V  fife ��������� ��������� ���������'  ���������ik^r   mmm%mm\    ^fik^M   fHH     wgw^jw  mclljiO  Juat arrived, another shipment of EVEREADY and  GENERAL BATTERIES.  Prices are the same as you  will have to pay for them if  you sent to a catalogue  house. Complete stock of  Tubes, Aerial Kits. Call in  when you are in need of  Batteries as I have a special  offer during November.  F. T. Marteiio school principal, ypas at  Creston attending the teachers' meeting.  Cranbrook Trading Company truck  was here this week for ���������> load of produce.  Constables Hassard and Cartmell were  official visitors at the. beginning of the  week. - v     '  W;H. Cartwright, gam,-warden spent  Sunday    on     the   fiats   m   Lis  capacity.   8  UiUClttl  The Mackie trucks of J-fosweii were  busy hauling apples to  Creston Friday  auu uauuiuajf.  Fred Hale and Jack Smith of Creston  had a good day's shootipg here at the  end of the week.  Mi*ss Grace Bothamley of Canyon was  a weekend visitor at the home of Mr.  and Mre. J. S. Wilson.  J. P. MacDonald of Creston and Mr.  Allen of Nelson were shooting over the  fiats at the week end.  M. Taiarico and G. Lavezello both  secured a nice buck on Sunday last. The  latter's was a nine-pointer.  H. Smith,  A  were hunting  #Geo, arid Vic. Mawson,  Lacey and O. Christie  this week end with fair results.  -CJaAaSH ���������S IP^iEC l/^LaS��������� cASM88  tins ���������  SOUP. Tomato. Campbell's. 2  ������������������   ���������      ���������    -    r * m '  CORN FLAKES, Sugar Krisp, 3 pkgs. ���������   ���������  CIGARETTE TOBACCO," & Twenty Grand  HEALTH BREAD, Swedish, 2 ibs . -   -   -  FLOOR WAX, Old Windsor, 16-oz. tin    -  $  V *���������  'A-  \l     I     AlClh  - .ja.-,.,     -  K^imcA     jr.  *hk������rw*v4ac  .23  .35  .33  <   mm  trm  ... 1.1  ASK   MnflAlflil'IO  for ifiuoftwm o  ���������Iliere's a difference  The grader, in charge cf Dolf. Weir, has  been engaged the greater part of the  week on* the roads besween Boulder  Creek and Alice Siding affecting a great  improvement in the surfacing.  A plane, landed .dn? the shore of Duek  Lake, Atbara, towards dusk on Saturday  evening taking off again shortly. Another landing was made on Sunday  morning and also ;kthat same forenoon.  No difficulty* was experienced landing or  taking off either of the trips.  The new trail under construction between Cultus Creek (Tye) and the Bay-  onne mine has progressed to the stage  that should see. it finished in about a  week's time. Material for constructing  the necessary buildings will be rushed in  and, if possible, erected before the snow  flies so that active mining may be got  under way this fall, it if eeported.  Local and  Fernie Free  Press:   A farewrll  party  WaS   il*?!*!   On., i U8T!������V������ajr. 8.8J1    .jtxi.     ci.iju      myma^.  A. Walde wheh?a large fathering of their  friends assembled.;; Mr. and Mrs Walde  were presented; with a beautiful electric  toaster ; .  C..   E.   Fisher ? of    Cranbrook,   who  succeeds   the ? late "''Dutch"  Harris a  superintehelen  for Kootenays Telephone  Company^    Limited,   made    his    first  business visit,to Creston at -the  end ?of  the'week VVVV? V \7";V7V'V7Vv;'V'.  tn the matter "of moisture November  of this year is almost in'a class with  1933. So far this month there has been  a rainfall of .98. ?A year ago the moisture s"pply for thecfirst three days of  the   ���������    i. 4   nn  mon n waa a.jso. ~*  as the very efiicient way the dance was  handled in every respects A feature  that pleased was the exhibition of tap  dancing given by Thelma Erickson at  the supper hour. After paying all expenses the Legion wiii have a worthwhile  cash surplus. - -  F. P. Levirs and D. Corrie represented  Creston basketball talent at a conference,  at Nelson on Saturday evening, at which  a Kootenay basketball league was formed, with the two Creston delegates  named pres dent and secretary respectively. This body will take" charge  ofthe playoff games in the Kooteriays in  connection with the activities of the B.C.  Basketball Association. Lastr year there  were two organizations���������in East and  West Kootenay.  Miss ill.  Walkey of:: Arrow. Ureefc returned home on Tuesday.:.-.*     ^ .  Crestoh  re-   A8-S_l. _a.  waa bu biiicxv ax  rugs  Sun-  .e j.  aaa at.  had   to slow  In the Okanagan apples are  not showing their usual good keeping qualities.  The new Canadian customs  building at Kingsgate will be completed early in December.  The Knights of Pythias lodge  at Nakusp is planning to stage a  community Christmas tree.  $40,000 has been spent on new  homes and repairs to old ones at  Rossland up to November 1st.  George Seymour ot Weist.  turned honie on Thursday..!.-'. ���������. ,  Mrs. Barnes of Canyon, Mrs. Tha-  chiik of Sirdar. Mrs. Ben Long and Mrs.  W. Ar Anderson and daughter of Creston; and John Finlay of Lister,-, admitted  on Monday, are inproving. - *  Chas. Davis of Rykerts, Dale and  Elmer Walkey of Arrow Creek, Mrs. L.  E. Moberg of Canyon, and Katherine  Rifigheim of Creston received . treatment  and returned home.  Mrs. Woiken of Wynndel and Mrs. V.  R. Moxam of Creston are undergoing  treatment.  &&~Ti������&ra=BaJ3  V.  MAWSON  CRESTON  IU i a asi m n a ��������� ������ m m m u ��������� m ap aa ia ib ��������� ��������� ��������� n ai at.*) m bi aa aa m m m mm ml  An engineer from the water department was checking wator levels at  Atbara and Kootenay Landing.  Harold Osborn of Sanca waa a weekend visitor at Creston, taking in the  Armistice service on Sunday.  Two cars of apples were loaded at  Atbara from Boswell .this week making  eight cars from thic point to date.  Ronald Cam was successful this week  in securing a nice goose and a bunch of  duckB in a few hours' shooting trip.  Dick Coo unci Iviitu* B. VanAwkeren of  Canyon were Sunday visitors at the  home of My. and Mrs. J. S. Wilson.  Tho water as indicated bv guage  at" Slough bridge reads 2.90, a Hbo of 0.-40  for the week, and registers a fall of 0,02  from mid-week.  Word reached hero during the woclc of  the doath of Mi--*. F. T. Martollo's uncle,  Richard Williamson, a prominent citizen  of Watford, Ontario.  MosBrs Smytho nnd Hnrkness of Nelson aro hunting over the fiats ond while  horo are tho gueatft of Frank Hamilton of  Kootenay Landing.  - ���������' ���������<���������'���������'[, .i   ��������� '       i  Arthur Dibbin������, who has boon hero on  an oxtondorl visit with hia uncle, A.  North; loft for hla homo at Vancouver  the end of this w*"*!**'  Slrdur Badminton club In putting in  threo Htroniious nights a week at proctitio.  Thai, of Friday evonlng was followed by  nn Informal dunce with a goodly number  jir'-n'-nt.  n  Since    Sunday the district has been  having pome������eai London weather,  have been much in ' evidence since  j        mi. 1..M.  uay.     xiie miat  of the week th at   autoists  down considerably.  Dr. W.. F. Stevenson of Belmont,  Man., and Thos.'Stevenson of Vidora.  Sask., spent the last week here, having  been called to Creston due the illness  and death of their brother, the late  John F Stevenson.  Mr. Kornge and^on, Steve, of Elrose.  Sask., were visitors here at the first of  the week on a land buying trip. They  have designs on at 'east a quarter section  of the dyked lands on the flats, and will  be back early in the spring. .  Miss Mabel James, who has been in  charge of beauty parlour work at the  Eddy ba*b**r shop for some months past,  has just left for Abbotsford, where she  ib going into business. Her place at  Creston is taken by Miss Esther Vasseur.  At the growers meeting Wednesday  afternoon W. Keirn was elected delegate  to attend the meeting at Kelowna on  the 20th at which the three growers will  bo named to manage the B.C. Tree Fruit  Board, now in charge of Messrs. Haskins,  Barrat and Hembling.  The Ex-High quint went into undisputed possession of firat place in tbe  basketball,league bv handing, tho Creston Review n 1.4-0 trimming on Friday  night. Croston Motors sprung a surprise by defeating Pharmacy 16-9. Tho  fall   schedule  is  now  half  completod  At the rate the dirt is piling up tlie  dyke at the south end of the Creston  Reclamation Company, Lfmitfd, projVct  will be finished before the end of tho  month. The two draglines are haritllinri  this section of the work. Tho Hg wheel  scrapers aro making,,groat headway with  tho dyko along tho Kootonay River bank.  Fernie Free Press: Aaron Waldo will  close out his candy business in Fernie on  Saturday, moving hit, stock to his now  location nt Cref-ton* Mr. and Mrs.  Wulde will bo greatly misBod in Pernio  whore thoy havo been good citizens.  Aaron has been ono of our boRt curlora  and secretory of tho local club for many  years. Fornlo frlondowlah them ovory  miccofls In thoir now ventnre.  The large crowd1 that attended the  Legion dnnco In Park Pavilion on Monday night are all Htrong with their ptnlHO  of tho oxcollont music provl dec! as well  $50.QQ REWARD  $50.00 REWARD will be paid, on  conviction, for informatian lpading to the'  arre**t of the parties who stole te  weather lambs from my floek. La bs  are of Rambouillet breeding and marked  Ttritjj r"rc"*e -o'iT,'*iAd ont of tip of ear.  W." f. H*. SMITH, "Ppr-hill, Ida.,  (Cnmp Lister. B.C.).  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WOPKS  Notice to Track Owners  und Drivers  Redaced Loads Daring  Winter Months.'  The Hichway Regulations provide for a reduction in tbe maximum gross weights of  vehicles on various classes of roads during the  Winter Period. October 16th to Apri* I4th.  Coiiies of the Regulation^ may bo seen at the  offices of the Public "Works Department,  Government Agents or Prdvincfal Police.  ������   ���������   ��������� -;A. DIXON,   ~  * ���������. .   ��������� Chief Esrjjrineor.  JL/,CJi.������t'B.-L'���������ja--l"IVi.ib i>i i"������������>liO   ** "Li������ ������i.o,  Victoria, B.C.,  .. 25th October. I9S4.  a. .a���������A^A.aa���������a^���������J^���������A���������J!l^i^.^i^l.All^^������������������%1Al ^i^iJSifrif*ii^ia>iAi^.i-*iTA.a1 .'^ r^.a . A. JI^^-rfB*.  Choice Local Fresli Killed Beef  Local Lamb and Mutton  , ^> ��������� t*        *B     "T^ 1 1   *UT *8  Ciram red Pork and Veal  Spare Ribs       ������������������ Tripe  Corned Beef  .      Tongue������  White fish Salmon  Finnan Haddie  Liver Hearts  Pickled Pork  Halibut Cod  Kippers  BURNS & COMPANY, Ltd.  PHONE  He will keep-gre^n ftll wiul.������3i\  See him at our store.  STABT 5NE FOR.YOURSELK'.  Full Outfit  UbIICO 1 Ulri BJIlOlaf'  50c.  ���������   GKO.   i*fa '-JCIOIallj'V'       -  dr*^"*j*F'^"^w,*^2^'%C'^ i re wi  REVIEW.    CRESTOX   B.    C-  CE PEKO!  BLEND  Tresli from tke Gardens"  A Prehistoric City  Excavators Make Discovery At Base  Ctf *&i"0ttn^^  An entire prehistoric Iberian clifcy  has been discovered at the base of  the mountain, of San Miguel in Valencia, the "Excavation Commission  there announces.   Further discoveries  a?*; SXpoCvcu.     A-uiOTig txlC rcIXiS,IXi3, to  which great value is attached, are  -wiciesit vessels, on one of which are  paintings of soldiers on foot and cm  horseback*-* A complete Iberian alphabet has also been found.  Work Among Treaty Indians  Canada Has Faithfully Fulfilled Trust  In This Respect   7 ������������������  Canada has been faithbul to her  triist regarding the 112.000 treaty  Indians in the country according to  Herbert N. Awrey, Department of Indian Affairs,who addressed the Rotary Ciub in Ottawa.  Mr. Awrey who  is known to  the  Tke Better Way  A news item containing only a few lines appeared recently In one of  Western Canada's daily papers. It was not featured in big type nor with  display headings as are -murders, accidents, strikes, meeting of protest over  relief quotas, etc., but it nevertheless recorded an event of real importance to  the community concerned which might well be accepted and acted upon hy  other communities all over the country.  In order to provide a measure of relief assistance to people in need of it,  the local authorities decided that, instead of continuing with a policy of giving direct relief to the exclusion of  tCSUSCHEN Strikes at  the dJsuai Cause of  they would provide a  .*Bi?*a������?���������***"    JS     "STrt ***������ <trmmmm������������  X4~L^������E&������9l������JL  e of  of any and all other forms of assistance,  work, and the news item to which refer-  .  ence is now made recorded the results, which, briefly, were  One hundred miles of rural telephone lines badly in need of repair wero  re-constructed, the old poles cut off and i*e-set, ten rural systems were reduced to seven, the old wire and insulators thus saved were utilized to repair  the lines on the seven systems, between 30 and 40 residents of the community were each given fifteen days work, and the only cash outlay for new  materials was $4.25.  Several highly important things were thus accomplished. First and  foremost these men instead of ���������beiii*** f������iaced deeper In debt5 as they would  have been if merely Handed direct relief, were given remunerative work  which enabled them to discharge some of their past indebtedness. Secondly,  the rural telephone systems which serve their own community were reestablished for the benefit of the people there, and these systems, likewise  were again placed in a position as feeders to the long distance Government  system. Thirdly, all the money expended, except $4.25, went to the people  of the district who most badly needed it, and no additional capital debt was  placed on the rural telephone company, while the reduction of ten systems  to seven should make for efficiency and less cost in operation.  It would appear to be gain to the people all round,���������in work provided,  in past debts or taxes reduced, in restored and improved telephone service  for the community and the probability of larger future revenues to the  Government long distance system. It was worthwhile, constructive work  without the imposition of any additional burden of debt.  Attention is called to this incident for one reason, and one reason only,  and that is, to suggest to readers of this column, and in particular to those  occupying some position of authority in their particular community, that  they take a look around their own districts and see if there is not some kind  of useful community work in which their own people in need of assistance  could be employed to their benefit and to the benefit of the community as  a whole.  There are other rural telephone lines in Western Canada "badly in need  of repair and rehabilitation; there are local roads that call for improvement;  there are school buildings that require attention and repairs; there are other  things, large and small, that have been neglected because of lack of funds.  Why not make a survey of th������ community, and then organize the people  to attend to all such matters, giving those in need of assistance an opportunity to work off burdensome arrears of taxes or earn a few dollars, instead  of relying solely upon the distribution of direct relief.  By the one method municipalities are placed in a stronger position financially because their tax arrearages are reduced; by the other both municipalities and its residents are placed deeper in debt. Furthermore, by the  one method the community as a whole is bettered and improved and its services and institutions efficiently - maintained, and the morale of its people  strengthened; by the other neither the municipality nor its residents have  anything to show for their added liabilities but the fact that they maintained  their existence, leaving to the future the ultimate discharge of those liabilities.  What, one community has done for its own advancement and the welfare  of its people, many other communities can do, if they will. It requires  thought, study, planning and organization, and a will to work. Meeting the  absolute necessities of people through the distribution of direct relief is, no  doubt, an easier way,���������for the time being. But sooner or later the burden  must be carried, and paid off, and the longer the grappling with it is deferred the larger, heavier, and more diilaeult the burden becomes. Why not  tackle it now in a forward-looking, constructive -way?  One method, it may be said in conclusion, inspires new hope and confidence, with one good example encouraging another, whereas the other  method leads to deeper discouragement and a further loss of that self-  reliance and determination to provide self-help which is essential to the  maintenance and further progress of any people and of all communities.  Trv Krasehen -at  "a**    ,���������' ��������� ��������� ~ ��������� ���������. ��������� ��������������������������������������������� ������    ���������-������������������  Our Expense  If excess, unhealthy fat is bothering  you, take advantage of this offer to try  Kruschen at positively no expense.  Your druggist has a limited number of  the Kruschen Giant Packages now* in  stock. This is the Regular bottle together  with a separate TRIAL bottle.  Use the Trial bottje first. Kruschen  eliminates wastage and poisons from system���������daily, if you follow the instructions. It strike* not only at 'the usual  cause of fat but at the root of half the  uuman ills���������internal sluggishness. *"*������  you have no excess fat, Kruschen will not  cause you to lose weight. Kruschen costs  only a few cents a week to use���������and it  makes you feel like a million dollars.  Get your Kruschen Giant Package today.  If you are not entirely convinced after  using the Free Trial Bottle, your druggist will cheerfully refund your money  when you return the Regular package  unopened.  ff v. r4 i r. ���������������,������  AJ1UJUJJQ  jiuiiucju  c uuiniiu  "Shunla Ogema,*" or "Big Money  Man", described his adventures as an  Indian Commissioner deputed to pay  the Indians the money guaranteed to  them by treaty with the government.  Pointing' out that eleven treaties  had been signed with the Indians  since Confederation, Mr. Awrey remarked that ln 1933, $4,088,000 had  been expended on them plus $650,000  interest from funds held, in trust for  them by the Dominion and $234,000  in annuities.  Tracts of land had been wisely set  aside at the outset for the Indians  where they could live in communities  and now there -were 2,200 of these reserves ln Canada. Money from land  or timber sold was held in trust by  Canada and the fund now totalled  $13,800,000. Interest from this  amount goes to the Indians. Provision for education is also generous.  vt. jjv ������j gtgnri thanked ths speaker  and expressed the view that other  government employees should outline  the work they carry out with such  integrity and regard for the public  interest.  Ii     ���������   iect  st  ory  Girl Provfitl Innocent  The old English pound was originally the weight of 7,680 grains of  wheat "taken from the middle of the  ear and well dried."  Dr. Wemet's Powder For  FALSE TEETH  A Joy To All Users  Can't Slip as Slide  Sprinkle on Dr. Wemet's Powder and  ?-ou won't have to think about your  alee teeth all day long. Joyous ������om������  fort ia yours. Eat anything you want  ���������it holds plates firmly in place���������they  positively can't Blip or slide. Forms  protective cushion for sensitive gumsa  Leaves no colored, gummy substance-  keeps mouth sanitary, breath pleasant-  Prescribed by world's most noted dentists. The cost is small���������ihe comioro  great.    Any druggist,  In  Truth    Stranger    Than    Fiction  Chinese Murder Story  Stranger than fiction is the story  concerning the release from prison of  a 20-year-old Chinese girl in Tsinanfu  who was   serving   sentence   on   the  charge of murdering her brother-in-  law.   She   was   released   after   four  years imprisonment and was asked to  re-enact tire crime as she had been  accused   of   poisoning   her   relative,  ���������with soup.   She did, and it Was noticed that several drops of what seemed  water  dropped into  one  bcwl  when  the steam reached the  ceiling.    Investigation  revealed    a    large,   ven-  j omous  snake occupying a swallow's  nest,  and  that venom dripped from  his jaws into the soup when the hot  steam reached his hiding place.    The  girl is once more free.  Off den's Fine Cat Cif������r*tt������  Tobacco end "Chwiteeltw" o������  ���������'Vogue" pspsrs ��������� th**** fe stsiy  (hftt every m*n who "rolls his own"  is certain to enjoy.  There's pleasure to ������par������ In every  chapter ol" il ��������� Ih* downt-igh*  pleasure of easier rolling and  cooler, more fragrant smoking that  Ogden's Fine Cut always gives.  Just let Ogden's tell YOU the  old rolled story. A cigarette  rolled with Ogden's Fin* Cat and  ���������'Chas-steeler-* er MV������s������������" *������ap������w  wlll tell you volumes about smoking satisfaction ��������� in th* language  you like best.  SAVE THE  POKER  HANDS  An aeroplane would have to travel  750 miles an hour to keep up with  sound.  satsttasaacaa^sa  YOUR LIVER'S MASUN6  YOU FEEL OUT OF SORTS  Wake up your Liver Bile  ���������No CaSomel needed  When you feol blue, depressed, bout on tbe  world, tbat'a your liver which isn't pouring Ita  dully two pounda of liquid bile into your bowels.  Digestion and elimination are betas slowed  up, food ia accumulating nnd decaying inside  you and making you feel wretched.  Mere bowel-movers Ilka salts, oil, mineral  water, laxative candy or chewing gum, or  roughage, don't go far enough. ....  You need a liver stimulant. Carter 0 Little  Liver Pills is the best one. Safe. Purely vegetable. Sure. Ask for -them by tmmo. Refuse  substitutes. Sfio. at all druggists. 03  The inventor of a salt cellar that  will always have salt in it will supply a long-felt want.  "Gel Damages Microphone  An electric eel, making its first  radio appearance, knocked the microphone out of commission with dynamic personality." The radio staff,  in ths course cf a. broadcast from  the St. Louis zoo, sought to demonstrate the peculiar weapon of the  eel that emits electricity. One announcer dangled his fingers   in   the  F I N E       C M T  [p.S���������At any Poker H*r.d Premium Store or by mail, you can  get 4 large booklets of "Vogue"  or "Chanteder" cigarette^papers  for one complete set of Poker  Hands?  your Pipe Knows Ogden's Cut Plug  actively in business" and keeping up  aquarium and joined hands with   a-|witb the changing world. It has been  second, -who touched the microphone  The eel turned loose its voltage and  the microphone went dead.  Oldest Firm In World  Stora Kopparberg's "Bergslags Akie-  bolga, of Stockholm, Sweden, which  has been found to be the oldest trading   concern   in   the   world   is   still  operating since the twelfth century  and has documents over 700 years  old.  Thirty per cent, more grain has  been shipped from Vancouver this  season than last.  Shakespeare used 24,000 words in  his complete works, a remarkable  vocabulary in his day.  ������������������>-s MRS. CLARRY HUNT. Chief Dietitian  for Gallon Products, Toronto  MAGIC costs so little! Just think���������It actually  takes less than 1$ worth of Magic to -make ti  delicious layer cake. Why take chances with doubtful baking powder? Bake with Magic and bo sure!  *'CO>rrAlNtt*VO M,TTM.**TM.i  statement on ovory tin la your  duaranteo that Mnftlc Mulclng  Powder Is froo from alum or  any harmful in&rctllont. ������""**'  J-VJL Aw  MADE IN CANADA  S4. aauwi.Q Safer Hp*SJB1tH T HL?flZ  IH.jH WmW mWmw mlmmwamm aW aaSV HVU ���������'���������arWJ***"  rjiy-producing  easily _clfloated  1 he  famous  oner      .  sweet ���������an easily digested food  invaluable for infanta. growing  children, and  enjoyed by  the  whole family.  A 1'nnlucl <*/  The Cunadu Starch Co., Mini toil  Empire Air Routes  Sir Philip Bassoon Says Flying Tlmo  Must Bo Speeded Up  Flying times on tho long-distance  Empire air routes mtist be progressively and drastically reduced, declared Sir Philip Sassoon, British undersecretary for air, on hla return from,  a tour as far as Singapore, longest  air tour ever undevl-nkon by a -government official.  The air ministry, tho post office and  Imperial Airways had reached tho  conclusion schedules must bo speeded up, said Sir Philip. Measures  particularly must bo taken for development of thc air mail service, he  added, with extension of night flying.  Sir Philip, an aviation enthusiast,  said he had often landed at nighttime and ho conslcleord commercial  night-flying was a. practical proposition.  Here's Way Science Now  Relieves Pain in Minutes  BAD HEADACHES, NEURITIS AND RHEUMATIC PAINS  EASED ALMOST AT ONCE  Remember thc pictures below whon  you want fast relief from pain.  Aspirin cases even n bad headache  or neuralgia often in a few minutes!  An Aspirin tablet begins ''Inking  your pain practically as  swallow it. And Aspirin  hold*' ot  soon as you  ss safe. Vor Aspirin docs not harm  thc heart  Remember these two points:  Aspirin Speed and Aspirin Safetu.  And, see that you get ASPIRIN,  the, method doctors prescribe. It in  made in Canada, and all druggists  have il. Look for tho name Bayer in  the form of a cross on ovory Aspirin  tablet. Ciet tin of 12 tablets or economical bottle of TiM or 100 inblel**.  W*aMr"^a*aBNMMWilMMBi  A scientist in Australia is molting  old automobile tiros into a hlgh-grado  printing Ink.  Tho  giant spider crabs  of Japan  wi-Igli up to 30 pounda.  ���������iMaWMtaaallBBWaati  =3=  Why Aspirin Works So Fast  Drop nn Aspirin  tnb'ct In n plnss of  wntor. Note that BK-  rORP. it touches thft  l-jottom, it is diainte-  GrAtlni*;.  IN 2 SECONDS BY STOP WATCH  An Aspirin tablet marts to tllsliite-  crato and go to work.  "What luippens in then-*- (jlnu'iM  happens in your stomach���������ASPIRIN  '���������iiilets sturt "tal'lnrc hold" of pain  a fow minutes after tnldna-  'msax9a&!ttMxwsax.vssijsvi:  unffiffiiinwnx  ajlii ||j*ff,n������tf;iw������������yr.'8ff1'i������|aii)itfM||riB.giiHM!>ili'iiii������,*, MMr-iri.nM-li'i'lr  When in Pain Remember These Pictures  ASPSSIBN IS TE��������� TRADE   mm   OF   THE BAYER  COMPANY,  LIMITED  W.    N.    tr.    2072  l(Mli***a-B-a-*a-^ THE   REVIEW*   CRESTCXN"    B,   &  -������������.   jr- r.  BRITAIN PLA  PROVIDE MORE  WORK FOR IDLE  London.���������The "permanent" and unavoidable surplus of unemployed in  Scotland should not be more than  ������9,000, and in South Wales 39,000, declare the reports of special commissioners/who haye concluded an Investigation for the government of  the more seriously depressed areas.  The reports cover Scotland, Durham and the Tyheside, Cumberland,  South Wales and Monmouthshire.  They recommend improvement of existing industries of those areas; introduction of new industries: transfer of  surplus unemployed  ) other parts;  training of juveniles and schemes of  land settlement and afforestation.  The stragetic advantages from the  defence viewpoint of the West Cumberland and Cardiff areas are cited  in connection with proposals for the  establishment of government factories there.  Relief schemes generally are discounted as merely palliative, but the  reports suggest the government be  prepared to hand out* subsidies covering the first two years" wages of unemployed absorbed- by any private  firm, that is prepared to create factories.  Preparation of a government  scheme for aiding the worst-distressed areas will be spurred by. the re-*  ports and it is expected that legislation may be introduced early in the  new session, opening at the end of  the month.  Farmers Battle Police  Fourteen Plcketers Are In Jail As  "Result CS Skirmish  Mundare, Alta. ��������� Fourteen men  were in jail, one man suffering from  a deep gash over an eye, and several  others nursing bruises caused hy  police clubs in the hands of R.C.M.P.  officers in a battle to round up grain  strike plcketers here. The men are  held without bail.  The battle started when John Lom-  ash, anti-striker, stopped here with  a wagon lot of wheat and got the aid  of R.C.M.P. Constable Pearlson.  Constable Pearlson drove with him  toward an elevator and 20 plcketers  advanced, upset the wagon and  caused Pearlson to land on his head.  Reinforcements from the Vegre-  ville detachment of the R.C.M.P. under Inspector Scott raided the plcketers and -with clubs and drawn  pistols waded in when the men refused to submit.  Steve Hawko received a gash over  the left eye in the battle and several  plcketers were clubbed over the back.  Finally, 14 were herded together and  marched to the town? cell. Only one  R.C.M.P. man was hit by a picketer,  it was announced.  Nine of the picketers were taken  to the Fort Saskatchewan provincial  jail, and a camera held by one of the  picketers which recorded phases of  the battle was confiscated.  The grain strike Is based on protests of certain groups of farmers  who are protesting against -what they  call low grading and certain dockages. Mundare is a settlement of  Central Europeans and Is about 50  miles east of Edmonton.  TO DIRECT MOVIE  May Be Important Find  Tar  "Near  nog Request  *ague  Winston Churchill, one of "Britain's  most famous political leaders, who  turns from politics to the screen to  make a film record of the last 25  years of British history. The record  will be completed in time for the celebration of the Jubilee of the Coronation of the King next spring.  f* .    M ' la "P*    1  ������  koasi Ffiayoraiiy Fight  Sand  Has   Beon   Struck  Hudson Bay Junction  Regina.���������Samples of tar sand discovered in boring operations In Hudson Bay Junction vicinity have been  received by company, officials here.  Companies in joint drilling operations there-are the Trail Blazer Com-  4VOM-I* ������-������*������.#4 a>*aU/% CAMnfAtt af*"***. 51 0*8 4*1 <"*0 a"*?  ^SUbAAJT        CAAAV4        mmtLmWrn'        UVWUVVi- K/**       ������*mv%       'J������*S  Company, of Ottawa. The tar sand  was struck at 590 feet and the drill  continued another 20 feet still in  the tar sand.  Operations were forced to stop owing to the tar sands backing up in  the drill tubing. As a result work  has ceased until further casings can  be obtained. The drill before it hit  the tar sands went through from the  surface,  40 feet of limestone under  the     t������*v������v    mtx.\.     .in    -fee*-     O""     gvtisnm  streaked with lime, a small sand  strata and then the tar sands.  The geology of the under-surface  .is reported to be favorable for the  discovery of oil, according to Mr.  Groat. Samples have been brought  to Regina and they show a high  quality product, but so far any  analysis is unofficial. Just as soon as  further casings arrive drilling operations will continue.  At  Co-oseratfen Is Premised  Convicts Escape From  French Penal Colonies  France Is Prepared To Send Troops  To Saar  Paris. ��������� Foreign Minister Pierre  "Laval told Roland Koester, German  ambassador to France, that France  stands ready to send troops Into the  Saar Basin if the "League of "Nations  so requests.  , He   denied,   however,   that   special j  military    movements" already    have  been ordered.  The ambassador7 replied Germany  had no intention whatever of disregarding conditions fixed by treaty iu  order* to assure free voting in the  Saar.  Salzburg, Austria.���������A member of  the Austrian Nazi legion appearing  before a court here on high treason  charges told his judges the legion had  been prepared in Germany for "action  in the. Saar,"  Interesting Ceremony  Duke Of Kent Is Presented To The  House Of "Lords ,  London.���������Centuries rolled back as  the Duke of Kent, youngest son of  tlie king, was presented in the house  of lords.  Members of the workaday house  of commons left their precincts to  crowd their gallery in the house of  peers. The deputy earl marshal and  other dignitaries led the procession  Immediately followed by the "Duke of  York, the Duke of Kent and lastly  the Prince of Wales. The clerk" read  the letters patent creating Prince  George the Earl of St. Andrew'fl and  Duke of Kent.  Suffered Many Hardships In Hazardous Trip To Safety  Aruba, Dutch West Indies.���������Ten  escaped convicts from three French  penal colonies off French Guiana  reached Aruba to tell an Incredible  tale of hardships suffered during  their escape.  The men, headed by Jean Duver-,  nay, made the perilous ocean crossing  despite *i3ie fact "-there ~ was not one  sailor In the lot. V  "*7.F6r three of their 32 days under  the searing Caribbean sun they were  without v*food and for five days ho  water passed their parched lips.  Twice their frail boats -were wrecked  and many times they were near  death.  Interest   Aroused- In   Elections  Vancouver To Be Held In  December  Vancouver.���������Two of British Columbia's most colorful political personalities, an ageing veteran of civic  administration and a more -youthful  campaigner whose plans for national  monetary reform .created Dominion-  wide interest last spring, will seek  ! the Vancouver mayoralty in the elections of December 12.  G. G. McGeer, K.C., Liberal member of the British Columbia legislature for Vancouver-Burrard. added  another item to an ambitious political program when he announced he  would oppose Mayor L. D; Taylor's  quest for re-election. Mr. McGeer  had previously stated he would seek  the Liberal nomination in the federal  constituency of Vancouver-Burrard  for the ne*xt elections;"  Before "Gerry"*' .McGeer's announce-  ment, Mayor Taylor was the only  candidate definitel-y in the race for  the next tworyear? term of office at  the head of the city council.  Interested In Butter Plans  Many Inquiries At Ottawa In Connection With Marketing Control  Ottawa.���������The butter schemes proposed by tho National Dairy Council  nnd now under consideration of tlio  Dominion nmj !*.���������:��������� tia������,- board is thc  subject of Innumerable Inquiries from  all sections of Canada, it Is learned.  The scheme, it Is believed, has not  been before the board, ns yet, In a  serious way. The absonce from Ottawa of Important members of tho  board hos mado it Impossible to deal  with the butter question and important development.** are not expected  for a few days.  "Favor Independent  Dublin.���������A majority of the Irish  people are prepared to vote for complete independence of their country,  Eamon De Vaiera, president of ihe  Irish Free State, declared in an election address at Limerick.  Conference Must Continue  London. ��������� Great Britain and the  United tates agreed again that, trl-  power naval conversations must continue until an agreement is reached,  but, Insisted any concessions must  come from Japan.  Federal Government Willing To Help  Tourist Industry States Premier  Ottawa. ��������� Prime Minister R. B.  Bennett gave the tourist industry of  Canada a pledge It would be afforded the full co-operation of the federal  government but at the same time he  added a note of warning It was up  to the Industry to protect the good  name of Canada by seeing the tourist received the fairest possible tieat-  ment, from the standpoint of courtesy, truthful representation and honest price charges.  The prime minister addressed the  members of the Canadian Association  of Tourist and Publicity Bureaux and  other tourist publicity experts representing the transportation companies,  municipalities and private organizations and members of the senate  tourist committee, at a dinner which  concluded the., nation-^vide . tourist  conference called by the Canadian  Travel Bureau.  iOST EMPHATIC  ENDORSATSON OF  NEWDEAL1NU.S.  New York.���������Power of the old-line  conservative Republicans was broken  in the congressional elections and  the Democratic party, or the New  Dealers, found themselves .masters of  the senate and house of representatives, rapidly moving toward complete and solid control of governor- **.  ships, and legislatures in 23 states.  ���������- In the fifth winter of a depression  the voters of the United States declared with no uncertain voice for  the policies of federal relief and  government control of business and  agriculture Instituted during the past  two years by President Roosevelt.  The Rodseveltian New Deal tide  spared neither age nor reputation in  its devastating sweep. v  The country has given Roosevelt  the signal to go ahead with his ramifiednew deal by sweeping Democrats  into federal and state offices In unprecedented numbers. Far trqxa. losing ground, as is usual In off-year  balloting, the jubilant Democrats invaded such Republican fortresses as  Pennsylvania and seemed assured of  commanding two-third majorities in  both branches of the next congress.  With the overwhelming stamp of  approval placed on his experiments,  President Roosevelt may be expected  to push ahead with two plans close  to his heart���������the St. Lawrence seaway and Increased international  trade.  Recently Roosevelt has sworn the  it remains to be seen, if the great  it remains to be seem, if-the great  body of Democrats -will not prove so  unwieldy as to force his band. "Many  of them verge close to the outermost  border of the leftj others swin0"- as  decidedly to the right. Only time  can tell which carry the weight.  Planning Australian Flight  London.���������Capt. Charles Ulm, Australian airman planning a Sight from  Vancouver to Australia, figured his  specially-engined plane will have a  cruising radius of between 3,300 and  3,800 miles. This is roughly 1,000  miles more than the greatest cruising radius of the entrants In the London-Melbourne race.  Death Rate Lower  Alberta Appointment  Edmonton. ��������� George W. Gorman,  chief inspector of schools in Alberta  for the past 15 years, was appointed  deputy minister of education, it was  president E.  B.  Reid,  London,  Ont.  Has Decreased In Canada Buring The  Period Of Economic Stress  Toronto.���������Canada's death-rato has  decreased during the past four yoars  of economic stress until now it is the  lowest in the history of the country,  according to Dr. Grant Fleming-,  director of the department of public  health and preventive medicine at  McGill University, Montreal.  Dr. Fleming spoke on "Health and  the Depression" at the 10th annual  meeting of the Canadian Dental Hygiene Council here.  Officers of the C.D.H.C. for the  coming year were named, with the  announced   by  Hon.   Perren  minister of education.  Baker,  The executive committee incudes Dr.  L. J. D. Faskon, Regina.  Want Grain Grading Probe  Investigation   By   Board   Of   Grain  Cqminli-.sloners Askedi By Alberta  ..-'���������'���������.... Liberals  Edmonton. ~��������� An investigation by  the board of grain ebmmis-noners into  grain grading, holding" of an immediate Allberta general electioii; and  powers? for the debt adjustment  board of this province to reduce principal and interest were some of the  demands made in resolutions passed  by the central Alberta Liberal economic conference in sessions here.  "Certain manipulation" at the end  of terminals was charged fey delegates who urged the grain grading  inquiry. They also commented upon  what they described as a five-cent  spread between track and street  prices. It was also claimed that  grain similar to what had been graded as No. 2 last year had been graded  No. 4 this year in one instance.  THE KINO'S CHRISTMAS   CARD  ,  MM*****.  * 7.   '** 7&&* -r^t -*������������������=���������&*** ***}  '��������� ���������    $~ **������������������. Vt^W^--*  ���������  , <' ���������*-������������������  (H***"-  "-'      '     ^Al''' '"ft"      **        -*���������"��������� *       -        *-<  -,  ->��������� ���������*, -*���������V -���������.-**    ' '^ *-&/���������>- ,**  For Western Bank  Edmonton.���������-Formation of a contra!  bank for tlie four western provinces  waB advocated In a resolution passed  by an economic cont'ereneo of Edmonton Liberals here.  W.    N.   U.    2072  IW  <���������-  <-.> , 's,  Italy's Wheat Imports  Slightly Higher In October This Year  Than Last  Rome.���������Italy Imported 32,270 quintals of wheat during October, compared with 31,092 In October last  year. (A quintal of wheat is 3.6T  bushels.)  'A general statement covering tho  four months period from July to  October shows tliat imports decreased this year. by 20,G8fi quintals,  whereas those of maize Increased 45,-  035 quintals.  ,/**���������������������������       ,*���������   msS>v>A4  A<J  Thin year, Hl&MajoBty the King will havo a painting of W Indoor Castle on hla Chrl&tmaH Card, and thc view  will bo taken from the rivor, "Direct thy wtops to Windsor's utatoly courtii-exploro her halls, lni* towers, her  sacred fano. And treat thlno cyo with grandeur. Ix)ok around and mark the teeming landflcnpQ HtrewVl with  geuiH of architecture; manalona, villas, damco, tcplotc with art and acienco, taato and beauty."  Predicts Moro Members  Edmonton. ��������� Increase in Unltecf  Farmers of Alberta membership of  from 1,000 to 3,000 was predicted by  Vice-President Norman F*. Priestley  here. Mr. Priestley said that Improved conditions in farm communities of Albiit Lu together with revival  of interest in U.F.A. objectives would  share In tho Increase.  Moving To Toronto  Toronto.���������C, C. Stewart, tmfllc and  operating assistant to tlio, general  superintendent of tho Canadian National Telegraphs at Winnipeg, will  take over thc same position on thc  eastern lines, it has been announced.  His headquarters will be In Toronto.  W. M, Hamilton, western linen In-  npector, will tako, Mr. Btewnrt'ii  place at Winnipeg. ���������**������������������  "   m       *"('" *���������  TMiS ���������V2&K&,mV*J&   itijVa^v?  -I  i  How about a fine roast, well done, seasoned to a turn and  drippin' with rich, brown gravy���������Rounds good, doesn't it?  Well, it will be just as good as it sounds if you get the roast  here, wh ther it is pork or baef. 5  TENDER STEAKS and OTHER CUTS  If you would rather have steak or some other kind of  meat, we have just what you want waiting for you.  I    I'MIaf-tHI  HJBir A"  mem  1UB A Olc'CTT"  l������i/~\i\IYE_ fl  Ttvo doors South of  Review  Office  ��������� j L.o���������al i*n��������������� Personal  i ���������  '.  ���������  i,  <  <���������  ���������>  -  >  o  WANTED���������3X Oxford Ram, F. "K.  Smith, Creston,  FOR SALE���������Jersey milch cow. John  Patrick, Creston.  Mr. and Mrs*. D. Corrie were weekend  visitors with friends in Nelson.  WANTED���������Boomers, convenient location.   Apply Mrs. R. S. Bevan.  Misses Rita Kirk and Lett"/ Couling  were weekend visitors with iriends in  Nelson.  Li.    a. ay ai  . _    ,j"a_ __������.  ���������* |  -aur, ,  ���������  I  t>  I  *������  ������  m  a  *������  I  w  m  mm  \w  ������  8>  I*  ���������  r  ���������  ft  *  m  r  *->  ���������  !  m  i  9  ���������  *���������  m  t  *���������  m  *���������  m  aV  GENERAL  ELECTRIC  cvrvi/iv"  DIAL  l HE  WORLD  "-*"������ yirinnT Tr-  wiin  PRICED AS LOW AS  $42.95  General Electric  All Wave  RADIO  Hear thp principal  foreign short wave programmes, as well as  police calis and aii standard broadcasts on the  new 1935 General Electric All Wave Radio.  Mr. and  Mrs. A. W.   Millen and son,  xjOuig, were weekend visitors wis.ii ariviiud  in Nelson.  Mrs. Fred Murray was a visitor with  Bonners Ferry friends a couple of daya  this week.  Mrs. J. P. Ross was a visitor at Gran-  um and other points in southern Alberta  the past week.  PIGS FOR SALE^-Yorkshires, choice  stock' $3.50 while they last. D. Learmonth, Creaton-  Mrs. Jas.' Maxwell was a visitor at  Oratihrook a few dsvs the nast week,  with hpr son, DenziT. *  Of   the   830   names   shown   on"   the   ���������*������  federal voters   list   for   Creston village  poll, !*.21 are women.  Kenneth Kaiasett has returned to his  home at Pincher Creek, Alberta, .after  a two months'" stay in Creston -  ORGAN FOR SALE���������In good shape,  wiil exchange for alfalfa, or what have  you.   Enquire Review Office:  Harold Speers of Lethbridge, Alberta,  spent-a few days here this w ek with his  parents  Mt. and Mrs. S. A. Speers.  wANTED-���������I have room and board  for two,- preferably gentlemen Apply  Mrs. E. J. Strong, Barton Ave , Creston.  ~t������*r Oi^-.l~.'_   a3_.Ja.TU a    ������T  jl*. ut888.iit,ia   abulti.il   nuu    ix  vpa,srs ais*. euu***ucrai.cr5 *or me vsresbou  village poll, are sitting as a court ' f revision Tuesday, "Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Up till "Wednesday  due to overlapping. 36 names had to be  removed from the Hat compiled by the  former and fifteen , had been added,  making the list for trie ayea above the  track 490. Mr. Taylor has scored an  even break with two additions a d two  removals. As at Wednesday the list for  the village stands at 809.  Half  a   dozen   members   of Creston  Valley Post- Canadian Legion were at  Spokane on Friday night to assist with  the installation of officers of the reorganized No. 3 Post Canadian Legion  5-i       ^-W*.*-        ������?*"8������ rf"*tl "fcil-������������fl������8a*j*lj8������vi,tt       taof-|  Grand Ogg* Mfty 17  TffsatrBvOiifiiirffi si  BABY and ALU  The the three of them  steal fight into  your heart!  m-L      -      -     1*  r>!������2S~~a   aC  4-t������.������    tnnfnllol'iAn     anri    mna    tVia  \.8J������*8&83   *mx     X.MMm*  . M,ia-m.m..Mmmv.m...      m...~.      .. ������~~     _~;������.  t m. J       ____1      _J.      J.V���������      A;-.~.r.~^.V.ir.lm  ICdt/UlCU        3JICORCI       ai<        i.U<C      laiUIBCTK.        XWMMMX.XM  followed, and was attended by^ about  300 including the mayor of tne city.  Others who went from here were John  Andrews, H. Cowling, B. Morabito, Ed.  Gardiner, H. A. Powell and Cecil Moore.  No. 3 Post starts' with a membership of  80. -   .        -  Prepare  v m&mWr nommmm  fair WintGB*  Replace   those broken   and  cracked   windows    now.     All  CM.  ^mtWr������m������        -B-a-a-24 r*���������**������������������*������  J     r���������  [West Kootenay Power & Light Go., Ltd.  GAHYOM STREET      CRESTON,     B.C.  PHONE 38  T ' V'V" V"  >i||,.^.^������V ^y^^ywyi yi f   ^ i  'W'm'y*'^'  ' m ������������������������������������������bt "xr 'm ��������� ar -m  ���������v-^--m -x$  .    a     a    a    -.    a    a    jm     m.    ���������.    *.    m.    a    a : a    a    a    a    ^.    a. a    a . a. a    a..  .m.���������*..m ,m.m.m.*x.  ��������� aa. m.m.m.  f  V  >  ������  ���������  ia  f  ���������  ������  IB  *  w  t  t  *  m  r  t  t  t  THE fRIENOLY STORE  QUALITY FOODS at LOWER PRICES  Quality is the. standard by which you should judge your  groceries. By shopping regularly at the CO-OP. you combine  the two great factors���������QUALITY AND PRICE!  SEEDED RAISINS, best quality, 2 for  .$ .27  JAM, Strawberry,. K.C Brand, 4-lb. tin, each.......    .S3  SALMON, Pink, tall tins, 2 for. .,    .'..'   .23  TEA, Bulk, nice quality, per lb           45  a_y<cr^-ja������      uaaaa   a_������j   v#������o   wm jr   iroo*,   sm    nf<3    .imxr  MATCHES, Owl, carton of 3 boxes, carton.....     .24  WE DELIVER  . .    with .,  SHIRLEY TEMPLE  (The Darling of '-Stand Up and Cheer")  l"A  MTT1C1     T-tTTT8.TTk.-T  JCaO   JL������CJXNXN  CLAIRE TREVOR  ALAN DINEHART  PrAA^An    HiiIIau    Ha   flAArAtliviA  uiodftuis  waiiai uu-upciaiiwai  Phone 12 CRESTON  ftnon  noon*  ^.������������������^j. w'w 'v -v-vvvv"  y-^g^^y^-wyw^f^^yB^^y^^pFB^i^^y^^ya^y^^^  >Va..V.^re^^^������l^|B> ^-^-ajjaKB^y-.-  - f^!02aeiS^ii^-is?ssiti^aBssiiiu  SPECIALS 1  We are offering���������while they last  30 Dozen Cups and Saucers, in 3  patterns, at the I^vir price of Two  Cups and Two Saucers   Three Lots,- fine quality, good shape  and coloring, at  Two   Cups and  Two Saucers   LITHOGRAPHED BOWLS  set of 3, SSc,  \M B % mm %mw  m ���������\mWm\M l?liMDlw������li,^i   1, B Btn.lwi  GROCERIES  COMPANY   LTD.  IIAHUWAIIt  gM**WMCBI������^^  It is expected the apple packing season  at thb Exchange warehouse will close  early in the week���������ten days later than in  1933.  COOKING AND SEWING���������Call and  se-e tbe new shop jut opene in the old  Premier garage. Home cooking and  sewing.  Dr. Warren, chiropractor, of Nelson,  who formerly practised here, was renewing acquaintances* in town at the  weekend.  FOR SALE���������Fur coat, muskrat with  red fox collar, good condition, $25. Fit  slight ���������'. 36, medium height. Enquire  Review Office.  Mr. and Mrs. George Hills and family  of Melfort. Sask.. and David Hills* are  here on a visit with their parents, Mr,  and Mrs. J. Hills.   ;-  Arthur Couling, ?7who is with the  West  Kootenay  Power7& .Light   Com-  gany construction crew, at Salmo,  was  ome for the weekend. -  Carpenter and Cabinetmaker���������Will  make any piece of furniture, or repair, at  reasonable prices. Call P. W. Keriuke,  or phone 60T, Creston.  Mrs. Burgess and family of Garstair*?,  Alberta and Mrs. Shanahan of Calgary,  are holiday visitors at the home of their  parents. Mr. arid Mrs. J. Hills.  Mr. Foley has arrived from Gull Lake  to join Mrs. Foley and the children, who  are occupying the Anderson house at  Hillside Road and Victoria Avenue.  ���������PERMANENT WAVE SPECIALS���������  One week's opeeial, Thermique Permanent Wave, $2.50. Given by Esther  Vasseur, at Eddy's barber shop,  Creston.  Mrs. Ed. Gardiner and Mrs. John Andrews were Spokane1 visitors at the end of  the week, accompanying their, husbands  who were at the Legion reunion on Friday night.  FOR SALE���������Extracted honey, 10  cents per pound, furnish your o\n container. Also carrots and potatoes, $1  per 100 lbs., delivered in town* E.  Nouguier, Canyon.  The prevailing milrl weather is much  to tne liking of those operating on the  flatB. It is estimated almost 1000 acres  of the land fronting on Creston has already been ploughed.  There was a better turnout than usual  of veterans at the Armistice Day exercises at the monument on Sunday  morning, but the attendance of citlzena  was smaller than usual.  The court of revision in connection  with the assessment roll of East Creston  Irrigation District will be held at the  district office, Creaton, Thursday, November 22nd, at 10 a.m.  A total of 12,161 names are shown on  thp federal voters list for East Kootenay,  which is now being revised. Of this  total 1727 are listed at the sevon polling  place*! In 'Creaton Valley.  Public school inspector Manning was  a visitor "hero on Friday. "With 245  pupils alreudy enrolled at Creston school  increased accommodation is already receiving eorious consideration.  At the council meetlnR Monday night  it was decided to spend *$290 in purchas-'  ing a 60-foot right of way to extend Victoria Avenue and Princes*" Street through  to the village north boundary  The Indies nre romlntled of the Preflby-  terl on Ladies' Aid bazaar in tho United  Church hall on Saturday. 17th, ������ to fi.ao  p.mi Noodloword, homo cooking, afternoon tea, and a special table of dolls,  Octobqr has boon the busiest month  yot,known at Croatoin lioapital. There  wero a80 houpital duys ua commir^l with  204 In September, ond BUS for the  provlous biiRtant month at midsummer.  sizes  stock.    Close   those   openings  around the doors and Windows.  with  Bronze and Frost King  W^M/isg������ tf������ S"**   'Sm>"*'*t3l  Save money and enjoy comfort.  %j. aSinclair  Greston Hardware  lW9mmT*mttmW*ittAm������iAm&mm&mmWF*&  **������  ������������������������ PATTS TO PA^ CASH AT THE fMP������MM������  SATURDAY-MONDAY SPECIALS  YOUR INCOME  You are sure of Quality in this store, because our policy  of guaranteeing is an insurance policy-"���������and Quality is the  thing you want to be sure of.  BROOMS^ 4-String, Fine Corn, each $ .35  EXTRACTS, Vanilla only,  8-OmZ     .29  Fancy cruets.'  COFFEE, Our Own, fresh ground, lb  ' 29  a2l������S?^*EBQ        ^.St   _��������� SmmAZ^mm        ������*������      f^m, Ol  M^tTMWm^XJMj,   ia.li  vui cslic0;  au    #������^������  .....         .&*.  In Salt and Pepper Shakers���������something new.  BAKING PO WDER, Blue JH������&on>cohfoiiis: no alum!  12-oz. tins .....     .21        3-lbx   tins.......... ..".���������."..' .59  ROLLED OATS, Quaker, Quick Cooking.  Plain        ..   .22        China          ...   .32  1000 C.C M. Bicycles given away f ee by Quaker Oata Company,  1  1  a  i  5  S  1  I.  aa.  *������  1    SERVICE PHONE ^O QUALITY     g  ^Aun^S-'rffcnaA ������I������^a. rflan A.. tt.AnAr 1^ *���������*��������� ' ^HA-^ ^-'l*!! A-A-A-*-A-A - A " ���������**���������- A - -���������***���������*���������A- -^- - ^fc.-afc.^. Ama^L ~ A, - A . A-'A ^ A, Af. -, fii. .  &uti&Wm&tttiin$g. %/&������&&&>. in.  RANGES  Range with high closet, six 9-inch lids,  polished steel top, cream ^w ^-.  enamel, finish   5t*lpO������UU  Range with high closet,  polished steel top,  enamel finish   four   9-inch   lids  cream  CUB  RANGE,  four 8-inch   lids,  groat value  ^^B-tSaaDU  $24.75  Liberal allowance for your old stove  ir you wish to trade it in*  4  4  <  See our stock, Circulator Heaters, Quebec  Heaters and Queen Heaters.  S. A. SPEERS  ���������Dry Goods.' ';    Clothing.      Hardware* ��������� ������������������, Furniture,  r.  f -|Bjajj^iiaj|^WTyrilHM-rB|MfriyTW"*^


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