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Creston Review Dec 7, 1934

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 ���������f���������  "-i*1 fjijitr'if      -n        . j"<������        ..  >h    ^'-  ' -i** ������  '-     >i*l     .VWV ,,'  -���������"'i'r.     .  -*r*'    "'��������� -'-"cr"���������*'"'  "  - '   ���������*V7 y  3  J^V'  1   Provincial Iilbrarr,  EVI  Vol. XXV.  GRESTON, B. C.r-FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1934  No. 32  ������  Groceteria Evens  League Standi^;  QMrs. C. A. Robinson is a Cranbrook  visitor at present, undergoing treatment  at St. Eugene hospital.  C. Blair is making" ***��������� canvass of the I  district  selling tickets on the  hospital  drawing contest, and is meeting with fair  success.  past  Cardinals'  Drop   a  Fast, Close  - Game to Groceteria in Overtime   Play ��������� Creston   Motors  Triumph  Over   Rival  Garage I    Jock McRobb. wb.d baa been working  j with the West KootenayJPower ���������& Light  Carl Johnson, who is employed at the  Reno mine, near Nelson, was a visitor  with.Mr. and Mrs. McRobb  the  week, returning on Saturday.-  Friday night saw "two favorite teams  go   down  to defeat before the largest  -crowd that has yet packed the Park  Pavilion for the regular league games.  Creston Motors outplayed a weakened  ��������� team from Cecil Moore's Garage, 18-11,  and the Cardinals found themselves after  an overtime struggle on the wrong end  of a 26-22 score, bringing themselves  intq a first place tie with Imperial  Groceteria.  ^The Moore's Garage found the loss  oi tu������if captain, Nell Fayoe, who was on  the sick list, too much of a handicap, and  substituted a hard checking defense for  their usual vigorous attacking tactics.  The Motors, however, under the" scintil-  ' lating leadership of Liz. Armitage, were  too much for tbem and" maintained a  slender lead throughout the whole game.  Mary Abbott was the centre of the  Moore's Garage floor gams, thsir last  chance vanishing when she 1 ft the floor  in the second half. Poor foul shooting  was another factor in losing the game,  -the Mo:re's"Garage converting but one  of thirteen penalty shots.   The teams:  Cecil Moore's Garage���������Tompkins 3,  Abbott, Lewis 2, Speers 2, Crane 4.  Total 11.  , Creston Motors���������M. Armitag 4,  Avery, McCreath   3,  E.  Armitage  11,  -Payne.   Clark,    Wightman:   Total- 18.  *   Referee:   F. P. Levirs.  **h������  Salmo-x can*  Yahk Badminton  i ciu-em Yf hi jaws  on  Trim Creston  i4������7  Fiaying  Home Floor,  Making Sweep  : of iSten's Doubles���������Low Ceiling Hampers, Creston Play.  Comnftny. limited, is sue ,_.  district, is a visitor at his home here this  week.  The men's game was a real stugggle,  both teams being a littie over-anxious,  ^consequently checking hard and shooting  poorly.   On the small end of a 10-7 score  "at half time, the red shirts made a real  ^battle oi it in the second half, tieing .up  matters ai "$������-all   y, the   final  whistle.  ' 'The Groceteria went into Wertimb with  four men, the penaly list proving costly  v to bssth-teamsv'--Forty'seconds before the  - end there-were-p~ut^ix"m%^n*ni^^o6^  Howard Corrie and brother'Doug, starred   for    the   red-shirt's,   Marteiio and  for the Groceteria, The -teams:  5,  5,  Ranchers are hoping the two-inch  snow fall of Monday is here to stay.  Coming: with no frost in the ground it  should provide ideal spring moisture conditions.  T. R. Mawson and Mr. and Mrs.  Wearmouth are amongst the early risers  on Thursday morning last for the royal  wedding at London, England, and report  the radios brought :n thc eersmony in  first class style.   Canyon school children  had a holiday-that day.  * '  The Christmas entertainment fund  benefitted to the eztent of $30 from the  gingham and overall dance at the community hall on Friday evening. Coming on St. Andrew's night it was fitting  that a number of Scotch melodies should  feature the evening's festivities and theie  were rendered ir\_ faultless fashion by T.  R. Mawson. Music for the dance was  by an orchestra of Mrs Kolthammer,  MissF. Knott. Messrs. Alf. Bond, jr.,  J. D. Hunden, T. R. Mawson, G. Craigie  and W. H. Kolthammer.   _  There was an attendance of 34 pupils  in Division 1 of Canyon school for Nov  ember according to the report of Principal Hunden, with the following registering  perfect attendance: Leona Browell,  Henry Gartland, Richard Hale, Mike  Huclack, Everette Nelson. Elva Osborne,  Billy Semenick, Miriam Spencer, Inger  Solheim, Elva Strong, B-**rt Tedford,  Marx. Zachodnick, Jerome Jarvis, Iris  Bothamley, Vivian ..Osborne,, Kenneth  Kolthammerr Carl Nygaard, Mary Ny-  ������aard,-Borg Olson, Jean Spencer, Joyce  Clayton. Pearl Gillespie. Annie Huclack,  Helen Humble, Harry Nelson.  The 'Community Society are having a  bridge on Saturday night at the school-  house in aid of the Christmas entertainment- fund.   Mr. and Mrs. A. W.Sinclair  tarill K<������ in olna-rt o >  A fine time is reported by sXl who were  at tho dance, at the, Huscroft "school on  Saturday night,, the proceeds of which  went to the Christmas entertainment  i und at that point. Music was by"a local  orchestra.  Wynndmi  Dyking Work  *���������   0.  Mait Compietea  Reclamation  J.4UUVJVU    !ti-  Cardinals���������H. Corrie 11, Holmes  Clark, Cobus 1, Ross, D. Corrie  Crawford;   Total 22.  Impcrijil G?ocet������ri9.���������Marteiio 4(  Downes 4, Hundon 11, Bourdon 5,  Payne 2, Couling:   Total 26.  Referees:   F. P. Levirs   and Marriot,  High School beat Public School boys,  26 6. High School beat Public School  cirls (exhibition), 21-8.  Frank Bedry. Lloyd Strong, Jun&Bedrey,  J -an Hale, Alfred Olson, Kathleen Ted-  fo*?d, Phyllis Osborne. Jim Spencer. Bill  Bedry, -Avis Osborne, Esther Jarvis,  Peter Hook, Dick Bothamley, Edwin  Moberg, Gerald Bateman, Rose Strong.  Kari Solheim. John Blakey, Guy Browell.  Annie Hook. Hazel Jarvis, " Kenneth  Ba eman, Lloyd Bothamley, Leonard  Nelson, Ira Olson, George Semenick,  Alex. Huclack, Lawrence Tedford.  Honors are now even in badminton as  between the Creston and Yahk clubs_  In a tournament at Creston on November 19th the locals had the best of it by  31-16 margin. In the return gam-s at  Yahk ori Saturday -qight, Y&fak doubled  the count on Creston at 14-7.  Creston players were unable to adapt  tneir-play to the low ceiling in the Yahk  hail, which contributed largely to their  downfall. Best two .out of three games  was' the order of the- evening, with most  of them won in two straight. Play was  quiteeven in the raised ana ladies uOubl?s  but i i the men's doubles Yahk captured  all six games played The total scores  for the evening were Yahk 472, Creston  319.   The competitors were:  MIXED DOUBLES  Joe Brogan and Miss E. Revans, Yahk,  won from H Cornwall and Miss M.  Smith.  Mr. and" Mrs. Harry Dixon, Yabk,  won from O Sostad and Miss M. Ham*  ilton.  C. Harrison and Miss S. Wilkie, Yahk,  won from T. "Wilson and Mrs. F. P. Levirs.  Mr. and Mrs.-J. A. Hamilton. Yahk,  won from A. W. Millen, Miss H. Hobden.  - ���������", t  C. Radford and "''"Miss Helen Mclnnis,  Yahk, lost to A. Jci.'Lynn and Miss H.  Hobden.-.  Mr. and Mrs. B7 Revans. Yahk, lost  to Mr. arid Mrs. R. M. Chandler.    ,,  R G- Potter and. Mrs. F. A. Lazenby,  Yahk, lost to Mr. and������Mrs. F. V. Staples.  ' Mr. and Mrs.'A. ^Lythgoe, Yahk, lo*st  to G. R. John and Miss Jean Henderson.  y.,.Qm Lockwpod t^iJLLMiss H._ .Mclnnis,  Yahk; 'won" fro'rn vDjfw "arid, Mrs.\GVG.  MeKensie.  Wm, Jupp  Mr. and Mrs. K. "Dewar and son, Donald, of Kimberley, were weekend visitors  y-with Mrs. Dewar's father, John Bathie.  Company Shareholders Have Report on Construction���������Annual Sharehold-  Meeting Held Monday.  ers  The   Women's*   Auxiliary    Drcember  meeting is' at the Lome "of Mrs. Wood on  12th, at 2.30 p.m.  The Women's Institute is sending a  cheque of ?10 to^the So!arium���������the proceeds of two bridge drives.  Badminton is going strong, with 20  members in the club and two courts in  play  Mrs. Hulme, Miss B. Hulme and J.  Hulme were weekend visitors at Nelson.  Mrs. C. Ogilvie is a Fernie visitor this  week, a gue t of Miss A. Carr.  Mrs.  The bridge drive  .An unusually large crowd, attended  the regular K.K. Klub meeting on Wednesday last. Immediately following the  bridge fans' repnlar session Pharmacy  and Moore's garage teams cf . Creston  met in an exciting basketball game, the  garage team bowing  to their hitherto  CH  Canyon City  The new federal voters list for Canyon  ty poll shows a total of 160 names  Miss Gwen Wilson   of Sirdar was a  weekend guest of Miss Marion Parker.   ,  7 Mr. and .Mrs. Arvid Samuelson have  left' !for7Hazel Creek, .hear Kitchener,  where- he is' operating a post camp 'this  wi*rite*v7,:-:- ?;?7���������<������������������'?-,7?;- y 7?  :'-'77?,.,.?t? -.- 7���������,  TQ^di&ri  mWB^emSmg%mmmmmm  ���������\Kmrn  J.TJ.1 ,  at the ben^e of  R. An-iestad Wednesday last was very | be given  successful, the freewill offering running  to $4.40, to be applied on tho donation  to be made the Solarium X-ray. The  high score prize was taken by Mrs D.  Butterfield. Consolation prize to Mrs.  A. Benedetti. Tea was served by the  hostess, assissted by Mrs. Eakin, Mrs.  Packman. Mrs. Wall, Mrs Johnson, Mrs.  H. Slingsby and Mrs. A. Benedetti.  There was a representative turnout of  shareholders at the annual meeting of  Creston Reclamation Company, Limited,  at the town hall on Monday evening,  with President C. O. Rodgers presiding.  In addition to the usual reports and.  election of directors, R. S. Staples* submitted an operation statement 'from  Creston Dyking Company Limited,  which has the contract of dyking the  Reclamation Compano lands on Kootenay flats.  In reporting on the progress made in  constMi*--tintj the dyke. Mr. Stanles stated that the Creston Dyking Company,  Limited, felt that the -work b'ein������j done  was of so much interest to Crestoh district as a whole, ane the public generally  were so sympathetic toward the project  that the fullest possible information  j covering the progress of the work should  ���������Q"*!-jr%Wvl*i������       an  KJ WM KSA^-atj       u  had  that  +\xc  TTH.Trlrinr  ���������^".r������������������*-������  Company had definitely arranged for  their-financing up to the full amonht of  the contracted price before undertaking  the contract. Roughly. 55 per cent, of  the contract price had been expended on  the work to date. The total amount f  dyking to be done was, roughly, twelve  miles and of this six miles has been completed. Of the six miles complet d,  slightly in excess of two miles was- the  high dyke connecting Dow's slough with  the Goat River at the red bridge The  dyking Company felt that so much  difficulty had been encountered in building this high dyke and the yardage per  mile was so much greater than  any of  \  Yahk, won  D. Weir.  and   Mrs. F. A. La2enby,  from Ted Ivloore and   Mrs.  centre, Nell Payne, failed appreviably to  get within shooting rat������ge. The referee-  ing was^wej������"^jadled.Jby_Hg$yard Cqyirjle.  and Buff Nastastf of'Cfeston. "Fbllowtng  basketball dancing: was enjoyed, with  music by Messrs. Ness and Goplin* of  Creston.   Supper was served at 11.30.  LADIES' DOUBLES.  ������������s ...  IVJUSb xu.  T> 3  xvev<$8is> auu  ���������ur  BB,  Miss  Mrs. G. A. Hunt and daughter,  Clara, were Spokane visitors a few  last week.  Miss  days  Yahk, won  from Mrs. Jbevirs and  M. Smith.  Mrs. F. A Lazenby and Miss H. Mclnnis, Yahk, lost to Mrs. Chandler and  Miss Jean Henderson.  Miss S. Wilkie, and   Mrs. Hamilton,  Yahk, lost to Miss H. Hobden and  M. Hamilton.  ^Fa L1VaH-t Xif "8X- Tbe ,LaB.ellf  *"������4 the remaining miles left to be done that  clicked beautifully time and again to pile] even   if   dificl4lt   conditions  were en-  u������-iM10������*  ������   ������ttte poinTS 1-or r"ar���������acy i countered, the company, at the present  while Moore's garage, minus their _ fast time, had sufficient finance arranged for  Eriekmon  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boffey were weekend visitors with Spokane friends.  George Connell was renewing aeqaint-  ances in Nelson at the end of the week.  The Shell   O**'   Conrtnany  nainterR are  Miss I redecorating the exterior   of Speedway  to-comlete the job.  - The time set for the completion of the  TSi i^SMKH^w^w-k w**s������Fjebruary H>th,.*nd- here again  _j __rrin it seemed reasonable -to suppose? that the  time limit would not be exceeded.' Very  little work had been done towards building, the dyke on September 20th ���������arid, as  the operators were all all" '/green" men,,  there seemed "to be a reasonable margin  of safety since less than half of the allotted time had been uspd.  km~,      *^>a._**a.���������������,    s^^^^vr   ..  IT...      fth������ vtAf..^..?      uwwvCM     va  the reasonable assurance  tout        ftat������*f������������a  ������a  that the  Mrs. H. Dixon,  Jean Henderson  ���������A'***'.  ���������to*-"-'  DOUQ'S ORCHESTRA  ;; ?ax^ays: like .-;::;.  P$vk Pmtitton ���������  ,    CRESTON ���������"?:���������''  D-:������7lv '".''''!*������������������'_  Off", "'���������/"  Mill V : I  IMPERIAL  . - ��������� ,-. i. ���������   . ��������� i , \..  The band thrit  at tho Legion  made suqn a hifc  Armistice dance!  BOo  EVERYBODY WELCOME!  Mr. and Mrs. Art Bowness and Miss  Lona Minich of Cranbrook were weekend  visitors with Kitchener friends.  Mrs. W. Wickholm is a patient at  Creston hospital, having undergone a  major operation. She is progressing  favorably.-.??: ��������� ,-.v77 7|V\,.v'  "Miss.Etii&' Nelson l^ft on Wednesday  for.Cranbrook. on a visit with her7sister,  Mrs. Art Bbwriest"< She returned on  Sunday. .'.���������.,.. -?V;- ???��������� :.���������??���������������������������  Mrs. C, Koste is a patient in the  Cranbrook hospital recovering from ah  operation for appendicitis,- and coming  along;nicely. V ��������� ���������''.}������������������;���������  Mr. and Mrfl. A. Ragotte bf -'Aihei.*1  worth, who have been on a visit with  Mr. and Mrs. G Senesael, left for home  on Saturday.  Mrs.'���������'��������� Chas: Nelson and children,  Harold and Laura, returned Qn Friday  from Cranbrook and Michel, where they  huve been on a visit.  7John Anderson arid Rlchatd Molander  flPGnt ?&J few days ai. Surihyaldc ranch,  Moyie, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Algit  Joh son. .-���������,;The^retqrned on Friday. 77  M. Senesael left on Sunday for New  Lake to vosumo work with the Sixsh, '&  Door Company. Lim'tod. Ho has been  on n two woelcft' visit at the home of Mr.  and .Mr,*-,,C.,Sc*nc*-ap!. .' '��������� ���������     .   .    .   ?*"'���������,,  Moat Kltchonor residents will bo Inter-  CHtpd in* the awiouucoment mado at  Ci'iinbrook liist week that' J. H. Speiico  had Bold his IntoroBtB'Iri Cranbrook So������h  ���������ft Door Company, Limited, and intend -  od to live retired, planning to spend this  winter in California, Mr. Sponce haa  boon in charjsooftho firm's woods work  horm for min-hy "yoni-f-, and In v������ry highly  roapocted by, al).,-; -,.,;-.-.?.     ....,? ���������,;���������;���������-���������  The- Novembi-tr report of Kitchener  Hchool nhows iiovontcon on the roll with  tho foUowlhK tttklng the high BtnndlnKfl}  Grado S'���������Holw Cja, "fjflonnrcj| Bohnni  Robert Johnnon. Grndo flr-'-Jbnn B'ali**,  AllcoBoharirphrlaHhaTttrslo;w7 Grade  4-~Jlwi Thoniipaoiii, Miiiry Bohftn." Gw������rlo'  3-^Ralph Abar, Mtdrjotfo Blftlr, Mnxlno  Niiwlln* Harold Nol������an, Lily McDonald.  Grad<������ 2 -Robort Tlvompaon, Jimnnio  Bohun, Alton Nowlln, Irene McDonald.  Miss S. Wilkie and  Yahk. won from Miss  and Mrs   McKenzie.  - Mrs. Revans and Mrs. Lythgoe, Yahk,  lost to Mrs. Chandler and Mrs. Weir.  MEN'S DOUBLES,        ,,.    c   . __  H; Dixon and!J> TBrdigari, Yahk.  woti  H7Coi*nwail arid; O. Sostad. 7  Harrison  and  G; Radford, Yahk,  fro.  -TjC.'.  wbri from T. Wilson and Dr. G. G. Mc  'Kenzle. ���������;';..���������?'���������;���������.: ?.���������';:     ';  J A. Hamilton and B. Revans, Yahkj  won from F.V. Staples and. A. W7Millen.  G. Lbek^obd aridi W. Jupp. Yahk, won  from G. R John and T, Wilson.  J. Brogan and ,C. Harrison. Yahk. won  from A. It. Lynn and R. M. Chandler.  7A Lythrtbe and R. Potter, Yahk, won  from 'T6d Moore ahd?H. A; PpweU.  After play there w s the usual lunch  and hour of sociability at which President A1.- R. Lynn or;Creatbh spoke appreciatively1 on the epartBmar, snip and hospitality of the Yahk shuttle fraternity,  and his remarks were suitably ucknow  ledjge^byT'prGsldent J A. Hamilton of  ihe Yahk club7 -     V 7  Motors.  The teachers of Erickson public school  are busy training the scholars for the  usual Christmas concert.  Miss Betty Kemp left on Thursday for  Winnipeg, Man., where she is taking a  course in a business college in that city.  ? Jack Zacgodnlk of Canyon has opened  up a shoe repair shop opposite the Speedway Motors.? He and his bride are making their home here.  Mrs. W. Wobdhairond young son,  Jack, who have been visiting with her  parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Hall, have  returned to their home in Nelson. ,7  Erickson Christ Church Ladies' Auxiliary had quite a- busy day at their booth  at the W. A. bazaar at Creston on Saturday.   Their cash intake was  about $65.  dyke  would be well built and built on time,  one of the most pleasing features of the  operation was ihe splendid manner in  which local men have been able to mas-  ter_ the none-too-easy^ work^of scraper  and uuiiuuitr uperuutm. The Iwcialy  or more machinery operators employed  by the company are a credit to the intelligence . and efficiency of Canadian  workmen. -    <  President Rodgers presented a businesslike statement of the company's  activities during the year, and the balance sheet submitted and adopted  showed the company's finances to be fn  excellent condition. The work of the  directors was so satisf ctory that thiy  were re-elected by acclamation, ? as  follows: C. O. Rodgers, R. "-B y- Staples,  S. A. Speers. F. Putnnnii and���������'. F<;.:V.  Staples, .and at a subsequent meeting of  the board, officers were elected as  follows: President,CO. Rodgers; vlp -  iiresident, S, Ai Speers; secretary. C.  ;F.  Tayes;     treasurer;   F.    Putnam,   and  auditor, J. W. Hamilton.  Aiiem mSMinsf  John R., Miller, with Nora and Will,  were Spokane visitors*a few days last  week.  returned from  slip wont last  SLS&tmWr*  Blrth~6n November 30th, to Mr.  and Mrfl. JultusKmnubottcr, a daughter  FredTedford is again making his honio  "lit Ljster, and is nt present stopping with  iHarryI^*-*^e.7v?',7?7f,:r- ������������������;-?: ?.:;< Ti  Rov. M. C. Percival was here on , SuriB-  day for Anglican Church service which  concluded Twith7, a colebration' of; Holy  ,Co������|i'*muhlon.;.,,7::7\',;,^ . -,  Thcitiew ������ohool at Huscroft is coming  along ni<*t)|y und it, iu expocttid U������<i  flchool ChriBthnafi concert! will bo hold In  --tllQ new building.; .y,^?'   ?,,���������.:���������.;. .7 ,?���������;,��������� 0li;,���������  Ed. Brudlor and Ludwlg and Herman  Sommerfold loft at; tho end .of tho wbblc  for n fow dayu' hunt during tho doo  ticonan, In the Gontfoll Mnetlon  McMurtrie,  in "Uictona,  . aha Mrs.  Auspices of Ladios' Aid Trinity  United Church.,  Otto Becker hud tho good luck tp m>  ciiro.a deor the bloslrirs day'bf the soaubn  n-taking tiiu hiklm uuuh mi Ijm MiuUgUt '  horb'up to tho end of Novoiinbor.  8  81*  i  Miss Ethel Mather h s  Nelson, to which city  imorith;  In the absence of W   A.  who Is spending the winter  tho houso is occupied by  Mr  Hoverman. 7  Hector Stewart is just about the  lm.'kiout of tlio local liunte a On tlio  last day of the season ho was fortunate  In Bocurlhg a buck, and on Monday he  brought down a doe while hunting in-the  mountain at KHchoner.  Tho north ton acres of the Schode  (former Shorwood) ranch has this week  babn sold to W. F. Armstrong of Central  But o, Snalc, a recent arrival who linn  purch"\*?cd Innd on the'1 flats. Ho will  erect nrealdonco on hla fruit, ranch at an  early date.  ,','A danco n aid of the community hall  fund was hold at the homo of Mr. and  Mr������. ,C, Hamilton on'������������������' iPrtdniy 'nlghta  which waa woll attended and proved  most enjoyable for all prcnenfc. Thero  wan a t-plondld lunch at midnight,, and  thb miiflie was by Mrs. Hamilton and  Messrs. Hon. Hmfth. O. OHtrmiHkv and  lOoo-WillltV  CURTAIN at 8.80  FIRST TIME HERE!  TRANSCONTINENTAL TOUR!  ScolJish Musical Players  , Prbsontirig tho Two-Act Claaaic  "The potter's  : ' Satorday;'.Night  Arranged from Robert Bums11 poem.  f9  PRIDES:  50c, 75c, S1.00  "Pius ia-fti. A fbw Children'^ Seaiiiiiit 2Bci!  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You'll hold your breath at this  exciting romance of the handsome thief in evening clothes who  single-handed solves the crime  that baffled Scotland Yard���������and  wins the heart of the Police Commissioner's daughter. It's dashing Bob Ivlotgomery at his best!  ROBERT MONTGOMERY  in  **mW8ystGmr*3f of  " - - ��������� *'���������' - ' '- ' " ���������' "     !."J"W.i i'    "��������� ��������� ��������� ���������������������������' ������������������'..' .-.'J ��������������������������� Bi������ia jt������w *<*������������ uVM.mnmmwt  >  !'  '-"'"'v 7 7-  ,1 ,  ���������xmrximHrxtm&xmxmmrmimmwMmmmimtfm'a.mmi.m a. xy.'iiifwj! '*'*  The Hospital Drive  The first dollar to reach tlie secretary  for the membership drive was from Mrs."  M.. F. Burton, Claresholm, Alberta.  The sale of this first ticket and others  outside the province is thc direct result  of publicity in the press, and the distribution* of literature by mail by the resi-'  dents of the valley. It is earnestly requested that supporters of the drive will  continue to enclose the descriptive sheet  in their outgoing mail so that the membership campaign and Creston Valley  may be widely advertised.  The canvas of tbe Valley has been  progressing well, and already 60 stubs  have been handed in by C. S. Hester,  40 by J. G. Abbott, Wynndel; and thirty  from Mrs. Canute Anderson.  Examination of the slips shows that  the purchasers, of eleven tickets have  donated their chance of winning ten  acres or $750 to Crepton Valley Hospital.  It is hoped that those who have not  already purchased their tickets will do so  now from their local seller or from the  secretary.  jP!!!!*!!*!**!!!?!*!!!!!!!!!!'*!!^  yn  Mr* M  99  with  RT jT-7 a -D-c-T^-tr  AY T   AIM  LEWIS STONE  LAUREL & HARDY COMEDY  "HARDY THE VIII."  Metro News  Sirdar  ���������������"-"���������      "f||f        mm&mtlWmXWVm ���������  AT THE nudfiiAL  Birth���������to Mr. and Mrs, Van Kough-  ett, Boswell, a son.  Miss Emma Simister, Canyon, underwent a major operation on Friday and is  improving.  Muriel Stevens and* Peter Posku ki,  Wynndel, received treatment and returned home.  Mrs. Garvie, Sanca** J. Odell. Yahk;  Mrs. Barnes and Mrs W. Cook, Canyon;  Elmer Walkey, Arrow Creek; Mr?,  Wickholm, Kitchener; Mrs. L. T. Leveque, Erickson; Lester Martell. Wynndel, and Mrs. B. Long, Creston. are improving.  Mrs. Lynne and daughter, of Creston  WUVt-1 ��������������� m*-*% A4-1    ttMWAA.   fVVh     m\M *������; *������ Zt^  H. Cowling, Erickson, and Mrs.  Gariepy, Creston, returned home on  Tuesday.  F. Serge, West Creston, is undergoing  treatment.  The Cotter's Saturday Night  Creston is ic be favored, thanks-to the  Ladies Aid of Trinity United Church, by  a   visit from  a   real,   honest, genuine',  legitimate, travelling theatrical  attraction, Thursday, December  13th,  at the  Grand Theatre.   There wil   appear one  of the outsta ding touring attractions in  the Suotv'su Musical Players    For -heir  Creston appearance they will present the  two-act classic, "The  Cotter's Saturday  Night", arranged from the poem of the  same name by Robert Burn.".   Not  only  for those of Scottish descent and  interests, but  for   all   who   appreciate folk  drama, portrayed by gifted artists, who  interpret in the e plays the spirit of the  simple home life and people, immortalized in   iterature by Robert Burns, do  these plays appeal.   These players and  musical artists come to Creston from engagements in Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary and Lethbridge.   Among the players to be welcomed here are  Mary Mc-  Mahon,   seprano;   Edythe    McGregor,  contralto; Anne Forsythe, the   dancer,  who introduces unusually intricate play  ing   on the   bag-pipes: Florence Reed,  pianist; William T.  WilRon, comedian;  that sterling actor T McAllister Wallace;  Randolph     Salmons,     tenor;    Gordon  Douglas,   baritone,   and others    "The  Cotter's Saturday Night" as prepared by  these actor-singers is sure to prove outstanding dramatic and musical  event ih  the hiBtory  of Creston   Reserved seatB  are now on sale at Creston Drug Store.  All seats will be reserved.   For those out  of town, mail orders are now* being received by Mrs. W.  Fraser, president of  Trinity United Church Ladies' Aid.  J. Osborn and Arthur Lombardo were  Creston visitors, Saturday.  Mrs.  George Cam was a' visitor be-  t.W8Z8?Ja Obagcp a*. ^sl������^5jvi/ii������ .ocaiuiBJeajr  Miss Gwen Wilson was a weekend  guest of Mr. and Mrs. Parker at Canyon.  Mrs. Garvie and Mrs. VanKoughnett  of Sanca are inmates of Creston hospital  at present.  Mass was celebrated on S turday at  the home- of Mr and Mrs. S. Paseu-szc,  Father Choinel officiating.  F. Hamilton and several others from  here were guests at the Kill Kare Klub  at vvynndei, Wednesday evening.  ^imczs *he finish **��������������� hun-tin** Dtick Lake  has become a haven for ducks. The  birds have arrived in great profusion.  Gus. Benedetti, who is in c arge of the  Borosoto ranch, was here several times  this week, and at Creston on Saturday.  R. H. Hassard of Creston was a business visitor here during the week, and also  paid an official call to points up the lake.  Vic. Mawson, Harry Smith and George  Mawson were hunting over the flats  Wednesday last with fairly successful  results.  Carl Wigen of Wynndel was a visitor  to his camp at Twin Bays, Sunday.   He  reports a successful season at this sum  mer resort.  George Everal and Donald Bolton  finished up the end ofthe hunting season  with a good bag the latter securing a  very fine goose.  Mr. and Mrs. Van Ackerenwith Ethel,  and Phonse Huygens*', of Canyon were  visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.  S. Wilson, Monday.    "  The water as-indicated by guage at  Slough bridge reads 2.45, a fall of 0.25  for the week. The normal trend should be  downward from now on.  The mountains round here are now  capped with show down to the five hundred feet level, a sure indication that it  will lie there for the winter.  The number of cars 'and other vehicles  passing through here is astonishing for  ibis time ot ihe year, -csrs T."th licences  other than B.C. still predominating.  An informal dance was held in the  Community hall on Monday after practice by the badminton club. The club  is engaged in practice three times a week.  Dave Halcrow and son, Sandy5 were  ���������visitors to Atbar for a days' hunting on  Wednesday. While their bag was not  all that could be desired they report good  sport,  Harry Benn , with the small government truck, brought the part of the Sirdar road crew employed at Crawfofd  Ba home for the weekend/Saturday  night.  If a member of your family died,   would  a  you send out the obituary in a circular letter?  If your wife entertained would you post it on  the   bulletin  board?    If you   were  to   enlarge  a  L~*_l  your store would you tell ioiks in  register? If you were to have a wedding at  your house would you tack the news on a  telephone pole? Then why don't you put  your advertising in the newspaper, too?  1      THE CREST  ���������b������bb������ \. mwmtmm  B PHONE 1    . j  luiHiiiiriiin  Eric Ramsden and party of Trail, who  have been hunting in this vicinity for  the' past two weeks, returned home on  Monday last after a rather poor bag for  the time spent.  Whether it Is seasonable or implies a  return to more normal times a great increase in freight trains passing through  here Is noticeable, particularly towards  the end of the week.  Mr. Gans, chief mechanic from Nelson,  was a visitor hore inspecting and adjust  ing equipment belonging to the provincial government and returned to Nelson  Saturday afternoon.  Carl -Lavezello and Mike Taiarico  spent a few days across the lake, hunting  without result. The former secured nice  buck the following day just above the  relief camp, and within 7a mile of his  home. 7' ..".;.' ?'?:,...V?V.7:j7? v7,-'7  Heavy blasting has been going on all  week on the highway here in view of a  very? large crew being employed from  now until the end of the year and because the compressor is being transferred  to another point for a short period.  Pete Borosoto of the People's Meat  Market, Trail, was a visitor l eJe all  week inspecting his cattle ranch and purchasing cattle from some of the ranchers  for his stores in Trail Pete, who has  been oh the sick list for the. last five  months, is feeling much better and expects to be able to visit his ranch oftener.  Three truck loads of equipment, including the compressor,, and a sniall crew to  handle rock drills,, have been detached  from Matt.Hagen's creW here and sent to  the area between Gray Creek and Crawford Bay, where local help will augment  the Sirdar crew. This is a very essential  piece of work and will enable the many  motorists at these points to have free  access to all points in the valley.  Two fishermen of .Yahk have*  just been fined for catching 432  fish in two days. A lawful catch  is but 15 per day.  The Courier claims the Cranbrook district is the largest user  of dynamite caps at any centre  in the B.C. interior.  At Salmon Arm. the rainfall last  month was so heavy that the lake  level is two  feet  tiigber than at  ���������1-VllCI    4-.YYX a    loci-    TJ^8B>8������       -���������   ^���������������������������  Fred Mason and A. N. Green  of Porthill are serving 30 days in  jail for smuggling seven head of  horses into Idaho last June.  Grand Forks police are to make  a roundup of all untagged dogs in  that town. Cranbrook had a  similiar cleanup last month.  The local hay and grain crop in  the Cranbrook district is so good  dealer*- will not have to tiring in  these feeds from the prairies.  . Canned tomatoes-in.BC. factories will total 360,000 cans. This  is less than last year. In 1930 the  total pack was 750,000 cans.  At Bonners Ferry the farmers  have just organized a co-operative concern that will enable them  to buy their own gas, oil and tires  at almost cost.  Invermere expects to ship between 60 and 65 carloads of  young Christmas trees to U.S.  points this season. Hiach car will  carry about 4000 trees.  At Cranbrook the police are  checking up on the youths who  deface the woodwork in the post-  office waiting room, and tracking  down the boys who carry catapults.  Up to November 23rd the  Okanagan had sold 335,000 boxes  of the 1934 apple crop in Eastern  Canada. All of the movement  was Mcintosh Reds, except about  50,000 boxes.  ife* A-*A   ���������*'bV..b-b*.--b*-b,.   A- A .. .mm,.. A -A  -JaV. A., A _ A. . A - ^fc. .   A.-A.-A,.-^,.,^.  ^���������|lAt1|^f|r1^t.-|A..|A|-^|)^||.jA|i ^ ,��������� ^ mmj\n |f|Y * rftH. Ib]i lHll*| a^ a*^ | jtl II ll^  LOW WINTER  aBMnaaa  Thrift  o  consists in spending !es& .thai*-*  you earn.  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment*  We pay interest on Savings bal-*  ances arid shall welcome your  account*. am  THE CANADIAN BANK  ^..w.        ^aaaaja ^waaj.^a     M"m.    Jt"V*t"W1. ^*^*Hr*B)  OF COMMERCE1  Capital Paid Vp $20,000*000  Reserve Fund $20*000,000  Crt-Nion -Brunch - H. J. Jt'orbco, ivjonwunr  Bicycle stealing is prevalent at  Ppnticton schools, according to  the   Herald.  The ladies' curHnj? clqb at  Chapman Camp, Kimberley, will  not operate this winter.  The C.P.R. } lias put on ��������� a  special policeman to protect its  property at Salmon Ami.  The Vernon creamery .can hard-:  ly secure enough cream to keep  up to the orders for butter.  Kelowna shipped 16 cars of  fruit and vegetables for relief in  Alberta and Saskatchewan.  Vernon has shipped six cars of  fruit and vegetables. to the dried  out areas of Saskatchewan.  -Nakusp citis-ons hiive put up  ,$������t0 to finance a -cothmujity  Christmas tree in that town.  Due to snow conditions the  Greyhound bus servict3 hos been1  rli[wontwued hnHw-aon Panttetoii  and Trail,     ? .'���������������������������"���������>������������������''���������  mmm%m  *mmm*#**t*tmmmmmmmmmmmm>0mtmmmii^  Excursion F^fBS  for your trip to Eastern Canada, Pactfic Coast or  the  Central United^States  by Canadiijm^Pncific  EASTERN CANADA  Daily December 1 to January 5  THREES MONTJIS-RETURN LIMIT  PACIEIC COAST  VANCOUVnn.VWTORIA  NEW WESTMINSTER  Daily November 15 to February 28  GOOD TO RETURN UNTJL APRlt, SO, 1935  <r������  CENTRAL  UNITED STATES  Daily December X to January 5  THREE! MONTHS-RETURN LIMIT  Your niMiromt Canadian I-WiAc Atfonb will Kladly iiuoto, faroH,  Train Sorvica and mnkn ull arriin-jromc'i.'M.  ' laaa H  I.  ai.l������-  ��������� Jt. m k  .WTO-nta^illt^MaaroaJ  "������������������^^""^"""^(^^^���������"���������������������������IJI^^^^^^'FIII'bTbW''1  ^tattatifiiii-aiiiyftWiiiiffmff^^^-^^'^r'^'^**1  *<BbpV*w|fl:������<k|plriuV<^raB*ur^iqy TKjj;   GRESTON   BETIBW  j0������  a/} A K  JJi  441 owe  the protection  to  my family"  ���������"I believe in having a telephone in my. home as a matter  of protection/' said John Grow-  man.    ,CI owe.it to-my family."  84If someone in the house takes  sick we want to dp able to get  word to the doctor as soon as  possible. Likewise if the place  catches fire or if burglars vi-it  us, it will be easier to telephone  for help than run for help.  "I value my telephone becau~e  I depend on it to bring help in  a hurry.'-  Kootenay Telephone Go.  LIMITED  season. And in last week's  Herald we read that the next  project to be undertaken is one  to improve things around the fair  grounds in that town. The. plan  is to level and sod the spa"e within the race track for an athletic  field and to rebuild the stock  buildings which were destroyed by  fire a year or so ago. In connection with these two pieces of work  funds , are forthcoming to buy  most of the ntcessary material,  th������������ government providing the  money to pay the labor costg.  If Canadian governments ever get  around to working on the American plan the village should Icre  no time in recommending a sewer  system for quick and favorable  t onsideration.  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C  Subscription:    $2.60 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  , C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner  CRESTON, BiC.,   FRIDAY,   DEC. 7  SSGLWEl [ ������3������������������!lW  With 245 pupiis enrolled at the  public 7 school    and    with   some  reason for expecting a still further  influx of new 7 Citizens who will,  doubtless,/ be blessed   -with families,; -residents   within   Creston  school district may as well wake  up   to*?;the; fact   that   increased-  educational facilities will have .to  be prpyided,,not only on the score  of more pupils but to get away  from   the    two    divisions    now  Quartered   in   the   basement -of  central school, which were never  intended    to    be   a   permanent  jfeatur.^..of .local school  facilities.  A couple of   years ago trustees  from .^utside   districts conferred  at Creston in connection with a  consolidated high school.   While  no definite conclusion was arrived  at   most of those present were  favorably impressed tvith the idea  and it is to be hoped when Crestoh  is compelled toprovide^^pfeToom  and staffthat the matter of the  district High school will again  be  given consideration.   But whether  there is to be a valley high school  development    or    not,- Crestoh  school district ratepayers should  be prepared: to   f-^ce  a heavier  school   budget "than during- -yie  past few yeara.";" ? .. '7  I)own in Idaho they have a  very practical way of spending  money on unemployment relief.  Instead, of concentrating their  effort ?oo highway improvement  almost- exclusively, as is the policy  in British Columbia and other  Canadian provinces, our American  ��������� friends provide funds for work on  all sorts of projects for community be termeht. For instance at  Bonners Ferry the unemployed  have just completed a swimming pool: about 40 x 110 feet  that -will  be available for next  ^The marker author.tis-- who  quite early in the year figund  Eastern Canada would provide  an outlet for a considerable Volume of British Columbia's 1934  apple crop appear to have been  well advised in making such a  prediction. According to figures  compiled by the B.C. Tree Fruit  Board cartel, up. to November  23rd, eastern Canada has been  the second bost domestic market  customer the Okanagan has had  to that date, accounting for total  purchases of 336,000 boxes, a d  taking 41 per  cent, of the  M In-  f-������-sa"k  T?isrlc5     e.-".-"!   lv.     .n.ona/"a    xtrx    m  that -time Unbelievable as it  may seem, the cartel statement  shows that Saskatchewan has  been the biggest apple buyer with  a total purchase of 373,000 boxes.  Of the sales to eastern Canada  168,000 boxes are classed as  Saskatchewan took 263,-  Ouih.   .      rti    ucaciyus  sales to that date Eastern Canada  has been the Okanagan's best  customer, with Saskatchewan  ranking second. The oversea*  preference for the different variet-  es is eloquently stated in the  figures given out covering expart  sales, as foliowsr MeInto>h 463,-  034;, Jonathan, 580,153r.Wagner,  I,'245; Winter Banania, 3 180;  Northern Spy, 715l; 'Grim*s  Golden, 59,630j Early Sundries,  25,683; Roins Beauty 6*527;  Delicious, 178,3175; SiDitz^nbarg,  6,566; Stayi-naTi, f %Sd$; Late  Sundries, 1,176; Winesap, 49,328;  Tfellow^Newtown, 168,115.  ('���������KailV ������"  KJXMtKX.  /\4\f\   K -.-,  \J\I\J   UUAtJH  Over at Rossland the light is  beginning to break as to a Hkeiy  way to control-the younger generation, who, in large-numbers, prefer to be on the street rather than  at home,-during the early hours  of the evening at any - rate. . 32  years ago Rossland passed the  curfew lawl. compelling children  to be off the streets at 9 D.m. in  summer months, and 8 p.m. during the winter, and referring to  this Ideal enactment the Miner  says: "Rossland has a curfew  law, and each night the curfew  bell is rung; It is-apparent, however, that many parents and  children do not know what it is  for." The Miner is all for the use  of thearmory by ? the people of  Rossland; instead of having the  cj&ildreli wandering .around the  streets why not give them"? something tt������ do if they must be out.  Creston citizens who are so strong  for thC curfew law locally could  do worse than give some serious  consideration to the plan that is  being offered at Rossland.  "...So that Our Visitors  will he Sorry to Leave  tt  **H-   *22?A   mm mmmm    mmm^mmmm*.  VXJT   ���������������** T MVXm  *m^.M*m*Jt.  I"1  ���������rfv  *"1������<<������ ' *.m^nx mx+imxr  .-XM^mMAXm    X.-KMT  we must be honest with them . .. Courtesy costs  -uothisg aad is one of our greatest; tourist assets  ii. Let "us so treat strangers within our gates  that it will be easy for them to come, pleasant for  them to, stay, and difficult for them to leave."  Rt. Hon. R. B. BENNETT, Prim Minister of Canada, to tbe Canadian Association of Tourist and 'Publicity Bureaus, November 611954.  ������  panada's tourist activities septcsc&z snore than a great industry from  which everybody benefits^ They provide an opportunity to create what the  Prime Minister has described as "that feeling of neighbourliness" which is  such a vital factor in. building up cordial relations within thefamily of nations.  jor both these reasons, may I urge upon the people of Canada the importance of showing consideration, courtesy and honesty to guests of our  country? Let us sii do those little sets of kindness which count for so mack  when one travels in a strange land.  \fflc have a beautiful country. We must keep it so.* We want our visitors  to travel highways free from disfigurement, -walk thc**strcets of cities that  are orderly and clean, and find at the end of every day's travel an inviting  spot to rest. Canadians should turn their attention now to the important  work of preparing for next year's tourist season.  c/is a nation, we are advertising abroad the attractions of Canada as a  holiday land. We must sec to it that our guests return home with only the  happiest recollections���������and thc determination to comeback again and again.  s/\ox should, we forget, in. planning our own vacations, that there arc  beauties to discover and friendships to be made in our neighbouring provinces. We live in one of the world's most glorious playgrounds���������let us  learn to know better the~rich variety of its travel attractions.  ��������� A H A D 8 A H  MINISTER OF RAILWAYS AMD CANALS  El  fe II St E At!  Ottawa, Canada  1C-A  The police dog menace which a  few-weeks ago was so bad at  Cranbrook that the always truthful editor of the Courier was constrained to take his editorial pen  in hand and forcibly demand  action to rid the city of this type  of unlicensed canine which was  said to be hurting business in that  lady residents ofvthe divisional  city were becoming too timid to  venture out on shopping tri ps  Waiuu tne pohee dog population  was so numerous and allowed to  run witbout let or hindrance, has  n j Jts appearance at Fernie.  Read this from the last issu? of  the Free Press: "We have before  this drawn the attention of this  city to the menace of the so-called  police dogs. With the bringing to  town of a large number of deer  carcasses a pack of these police  dogs, half tamed wolves, roam the  streets every night making it unsafe for any little dog to- be  abroad, The latest pet to fall a  victim to them was Bert John-  son's little Boston terrier. Two  of these curs literally tore Ihe  pup to pieces. This is the third  case of this kind in a few weeks.  Other towns have put heavy  licenses on this particular brand  of dog, hut as yet Fernie council  has taken no action. Some day  some child is going to fall a victim  to these untamed brutes and then  there will be a real howj.  86 per cent, of 1934 taxes have  already been paid at Vernon.  FULL  BUSPtlj. TaBEhNAGLE  New Pastor in charge:  REV. W. A. LFWIS, Pastor.  SUNDAY���������10 A.m., Sur.day School. 11  a.m . Worshio 7 flO p no.. Evangelistic.    ALL WELCOME.  CHRIST CHURCH  REV> MC. PERCIVAL. Mnister  i/Htai u������  SUNOAY. DEG. 9  CRESTON���������8.30 am. Holy Communion. 10 30. a.m.. Sunday, School.  11.00 am., Matins aid Fl y  Communion.  ak..a>..A..A-Jfc..A~A-A..*..A.jOk..^ 'A  JaaaMajWnaH-*"'"^ aiiiai������V���������������������������������.'������-,��������� ������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������iiiiaai pm|D  :=  6  m  Every part  more pleas-  E VERY inch of your car ia checked I  is put in perfect condition! Yon will get  wreMTdriyipg^d;^ '  ' ;7;-V'^^ you can be  assb'irpa .^^ . :���������' .r^', ���������-..7, :���������-..,. -,������ ������������������  : .-.���������  ?:--Wooftr#':-:a7^on*t ATLAS TIRES,and  TOliEB^^mU/liigS^ ::'" ?'7-''T'Vm:,  yif1-*',������,.���������'(/.  .f ,^ ,l������.....**������'.,M..".i..������".| *  mjx^^XmJx...   .A.ak.. m.j������. A..J*. *..*.. Jk. ������-.  s. ������,. #..m..  mKm..m  Choose Fub! to Gat the Most Heat  Our customer i know by experience that "it pays to  buy GOOD FueP'���������they look beyond the fir t co*"tf and inquire into heating qua'ity. "How much heat per dollar?" is  Uie question they a-k.    And they hava found that  Gorhin Washed Coal  answers   that  qusstion   best���������most economically   f >r them.  Phone and learn how you, too, can save on your fueU  IK  PluoaWlG  :F@Rw������EAlER<  *WB.  s&tori,  ' mmMtMlMfiMn:***.***^  ^ At Bonners Ferry the, farmers  have just organized a co-operai-  1 ye concern that will enable them  to buv their own gas, oil and tires  at almost cost.  Prosperity must be just around  the corner. Thc Roman Catholic  Church bazaar at Cranbrook this  year, had double the-cash intake  of the tome affair in 1933. This  year the ladies cleared over $700.  ^ Kaslo Kootenaian * Inspector  Robinson of the fisherieB department >as in town on Friday looking into conditions here. He is  anxious tp.ge^ the stomachs of  squaw; fish for tho department,  Which ^la making a study as to  ���������ittst wliat havoc these coarse fish  SSe 'Pj^efTto the troiit pbpulatWn.  }ue p^rtvwiit. is also studying  ducka>n the ti*out shpplyV fc3  ALBERT DAVIES  PHONE 13  ���������^������ymmpm,ty'+*^^������)p+mp'*Tm~*- mp mm^tFm^^^j^*,yimr''S/^^'0,y0' '''ft' iiyvy^^y^v^vy w'^w^n'^^j^.*>^^^^>^^ii^u,^  A*������a#ba������'aih*������^H,*8^������������l8j*8>a| #������ m m\% .A������iAj4>a4l BJfc^aiA.aliaB'fclwIl.A ��������� m% m  ������la*fcaaia*fcl|B>lAiiW a#M A^aA^afc^^fc,,,!   a**h,a|,|gfc bA.iI "AmA Ii AjlaA ���������  Ba^B'a'aaaaia-BhwiMMBaaBnaltUMbMwMaW  NO DUST 1  MORE HEAT I  HtJfire Coai  Hot  Gi&nn  &OOt$G������&  You'vo got to  you're going to be  Put in, pur  hotter heat.  bo ready for .Winter  warm from the iii*Htv  clean,   dustloss coal now,  in advauce, if  cold Hpell on...  It   give*? you  ���������Li'-* *'o  4  V  ���������**'*���������    **������������������*%���������**������������������%   *',BI>     ��������� THE   REVIEW.   0BSST03*,   B.  HER ARMS AND LEGS  IMMOVABLE  Ten Years With Fhetunafisisi  To this woman It must have been  like commencing** to live a new life,  when she began to use her arms and  legs again, after they had been helpless for ten years.  "I suffered with rheumatism," she  writes, "and had been bedridden since  1920. I could not move arms o������ legs,  and had to be fed like a child. *a"very-  body thought I should be an invalid  all my life. I forced myself to fight  against it, and tried a number of  different things. It was Kruschen  that eventually saved me, and to-day  I consider it is saving my life.   My \ expensive amusements for the Hour-  condition has greatlv improved, and "  "  my limbs are gradually becoming  more suDple. Already I can eat without assistance, and dress myself���������  which I had not done for ten years/'  ���������M. H.  Two of the ingredients of Kruschen  Salts are the most errectuai solvents  of uric ac'd known to medical science.  They swiftly duU the sharp edges of  the painful crystals, then convert  them into a harmless solution. Other  Ingredients of these Salts have a  stimulating effect upon the kidneys,  and assist them to expel the dissolved  uratiC needles through the natural  channel.  zical glance took In Stone, sitting  awkwardly in his saddle, looking  straight ahead of him into space. "1  gun-muzzle dropped into line with  his hip. Even a "store gun" can hit  at seven feet.  "If you try that," said Stone grimly  "I'll sure plug you dead center,  see your father's hauled posts and  wire down here to fence Soda  Springs. Sorry, but I can't allow that  till the courts have decided.   .   .,"  '"Till they have decided, the Springs  are ours," she said hotly. !'I fear I've  seen too much. ..." She nodded at  the dun cow and the calf. "It just  happens that I can swear to that cow  in any court of law.".  "Yes?    Well?    Courts are pretty  Dustin's hands went high in air and  the dripping pony strugged to tho  bank, where Edith sat holding her  head in both hands. It had all happened so quickly that she had riot  comprehended.  "Come on out s o" your sea-foam,  you . ��������� . . you bloomln' Venus," said  Stone. "You ain't much to look at  right now."  As Dustin struggled up the slippery bank, Stone snatched the gun  from the wet holster and flung it  back into the pool. Then he struck  the black oh the haunch with his hat  and sent him at a gallop into the  scrub.  "You can walk home and cool your  cailente cabeza (hot head)," he said.  "O'wi-v on, Miss Edith. Let's head for  WW  .JLJLam.  nforbetter  glass.    It'll only need a little sense, home.1  THE TENDERFOOT  By  GEOBGB B. BODNES  Author of The Coronado TraflT*.  "Tim Canyon Trail", 2as.  SYNOPSIS  to straighten this mess out. It needs  a judge and twelve jurors to take  the Soda Springs away from your  father. A justice of the peace or a  priest can give them back. . . .In  five minutes, if you say the word��������� ."  For fully a minute she did not understand what he meant. Then her  face went white under Its tan and  her head flung high. Her red lips had  paled and her eyes seemed to emit  little sparks as she turned to Stone.  "Did you hear that, Mr. Stone?"  she called. There was a fighting* edge  to her voice that thrilled Duro to his  inmost fiber. "Mr. Dustin, If I have  not misunderstood him, has offered to  withdraw his suit to take from tis  what we own. . . . These Springs.  He will do this if I go before a Justice of the peace or a priest and become one of his women. A legal cne,  I understand. I feel I need soma advice.    You are disinterested.    What  "You've fallen heir to a half-share,     ^    .. ,,,       .,.      - *   j.  in plenty of trouble." the lawyer told \ Austin, appalled, utterea a hot  ���������Gerald Keene. "The Broken Spur has j oath. He had thought she would at  been sysmatically looting the ranch, j least take the matter under consider-  and old Joe Carr, your partner, is ��������� atioll. He regarded Stone no more  dnnking himself into rum.' j one Qf y bufc ^Q feU  But Keene decided to go see what      .    ���������....,��������� ���������m^B  v,^ ,���������������,,,,������,.  was happening   for   himself���������not as ashamed. Edith s words, her manner,  Gerald Keene, half owner of the he*"* whole demeanor cut him. like  Hour-Glass    Ranch,    but    as    Duro  Stone,  tenderfoot  in  a Montgomery  Ward wildwest outfit.  Dad Kane, desert rat and luckless  prospector till now is returning to tell  Dustin and Spike Goddard, owners of  Oie Broken Spur ranch, who had  grubstaked him, of his discovery of  a rich gold mine, and shows samples  of the ore. He sees Broken Spur men  rustling Hour-glass cattle and protests against it.  Spike Goddard and Sam, Dustin,  fearing the old prospector may tell  others the things he has seen as to  the branding of Carr's cattle, plot to  get him to show them the location of  thc mine and then to kill him.  Gerald Keene, dressed in ridiculous  cowboy costume, arrived ai the Hourglass ranch and is hired as a cowboy  by Joe Carr. The impersonation of a  tenderfoot is successful, and he is  accepted as such by the other occupants of the bunkhouse.  Proof of Dustin's cattle stealing  activities was accidentally discovered  by Stone, who accompanied by Edith  Carr was riding fence a long way  from the Hour-glass ranch house.  (Now Go On With The Story)  CHAPTER V.~Continued  knives.  Stone's face   was   impassive. No  one would ever   have   guessed that  under   that   exterior  his   blood was  She drove her spurs in to the rowel-  seats and sent her astonished pony  at a gallop through the scrub and  waited for him at the entrance to  the open trail.  "You've made a deadly enemy,"  she said breahtlessly. "You must  never forget that than. He is more  deadly than a rattlesnake.   ..."  "Uh hur. . . ."He was obviously  inattentive and it angered her.  "Mind what I'm sayin'," she snapped. "That man will kill you if he  gets a chance."  "He won't have a chance," he said  casually.   "I was just wonderin' . . ."  Again she drove in her spurs and  took the gallop and the two swept In  in a glorious rush to the home corrals  of the Hour-glass.  Once inside the ranch-house, Edith  must have told a rather complete  story, for Crewe tackled Stone when  they were alone by the water-trough  in the corral that evening.  5 Son," said Crewe, "you're sure as  green as hell, but the Hour-glass  owes you a debt for -what you did  this afternoon to that damned cur,  Dustin. EdUh told her father an"  me.  ..."  "Did she say anything about that  cow and calf that started the mess?"  "Sure she did.   How did they start  it?"  "That man Dustin had just done  For FEWER Colds  VICKS VA-TRO-NOL  At the first warning sneeze*  sniffle, or nasal irritation,  quick! . . . apply Vicks  Va-tro-nol���������just a few drops  up each nostril. When used in  time, Va-tro-nol helps to prevent many colds, and to throw  off colds in their early stages.  For SHORTER Colds  VICKS VAPORUB  If a cold has already developed, apply Vicks .VapoRub  over throat and chest at bedtime. Mothers of two generations have learned to depend  on its poultice-vapor action  to help shorten a cold���������-and  without the risks of "dosing.**  Build RESISTANCE it> Colds���������Is? following the simple  health rules that are also a part of Vicks Plan for Better  Control of Colds. It has been clinically tested by physicians  ���������and proved in everyday home use by millions.  (Full details of this unique Plan in eachVicks Vaduige)  mCiCS PLA^^  leaping like molten lava.    God, how  brandin' 'em," said the amateur pun- ^ uked him, too. True, jhouse laughed  At the sound of hoof-beats on the  trail, man and girl looked up.  "Hullo," ho said. "Here comes  some one.   ..."  Sho gave a quick glance at tho oncoming horse, a towering black, and  turned a pretty shoulder.  "It's no one I want to see," sho  said coolly. It's the man I was thinking about in connection with tliat  stolen cow. It's Mr. Dustin of tho  Broken Spur."  The black shouldered through tho  tangle by the pool and rushed the  water, and the rider caught sight of  the two abovo him. Tho next mora-  esit Sim jt-rkod lilrt ikjihu buck oil hits  haunches, kneed him out of tho pool  and forced him through the brush to  Edith's side.  'Tin glad to nee you, Edith. ..."  He grinned at her. . . "You're out  early, aren't you?   ..."    His quiz-  ��������������������������� 1 ������������������������������������- -���������-  ��������� - -n ImilllIllinium. U..IIUII.J1.  SKIN   BLEMISHES  Vanish Before Physician's  Prescription  TJiow- ttpotH or j.itnpIc.H on your face  *-~why Ii-t thorn ������o on t������������mmiiUnp; you?  Liltf- i.-ilho-iH of oihem havo dono, you  ���������raw. ������ot rid of your Hkin trnuhln Ihroiiirli  thrt work of it Rn?ut phyHloian--  Dr. U, I). DenniH. J>. Dunn in' piwusrip-  tion known in many nountri-nn an  D.D.D. arid now inamifuclurcMl hy  CHmpinin-H Italian Jlalin alif-mintf* ���������  will Inin������ you r-'Uf-r ui tmao, and quink-  ly rnmUtrn your n!<iu to hr-filth. All  d.UKa/,..������Ua mill D.1VBX Til..! *'*���������, ,*-*-u.  CiiMtrunttMMl t������t givo hiMtiint roller or  fuom-y rc-fumliul. a  0*# mmmmw%mm^mmmmmwt0mmm������������mma^m^  W.    N.    U.    2075  *this girl could fight. What a wife she  would some day .make! .   .   .  "You see," she said, "he would only  offer that to get what he can never  get but by purchase. . .A wife. No  sane person would tie their life to  him except for gain. He has one  establishment in Sepulvida. He.  .  ."  "Oh, here! . . ."* Stone raised a  hand. "It's not my business, Miss  Edith.   ..."  "isy OIOU: jl ou. anu oiits jlU*v6 IMuc  it yours," shouted Dustin. The last  vestige of self-control gave way and  the dam burst "Marry you? Yes, I  did off er it. I'm a fool. I don't have  to marry you, you red-headed firebrand. You'll be glad enough some  day to have any man give you his  name. Don't forget that when you  put your- fool of a father In the  County Poorhouse. . . . You didn't  like to have me tie my horse to tho  Hour-glass tle*.rack but you can  traipse over the hills with any bit of  human tumble-weed that turns up  dressed fromja catalogue. No wonder peoplo talk about you.   ..."  He got no further. Stono flung out  of saddle and in ono movement his  iron grip closed on Dustin's off-foot.  The Household Cavalry in "London  streets know that grip. Cleverly used,  it can dismount any horseman who  ovor sat in saddle, provided only that  he Is unprepared.  Dustin was totally unprepared.  Thoro is but ono guard for that  clutch. Tho rider must let his gripped  leg go loose. Ho must lot it swing  up and over tho horso's back. Ho  must pivot on his othor foot. There  is no real guard. Thoro la a counterattack. . . . Tlio rldor swings back  into saddle and his free foot drives  down Hko a pllo-drlvor on tlio defenseless head of his attacker. But  Dustin did not know this. Ho struggled and his own weight added to his  catastrophe. Stono heaved at his  ankle, raised It chin-high, and tho  next moment Dustin, with n queer  yoll that almost strangled him, was  rolling In the deepest part of tho  pool with his horflo atop, while Stono,  hlfl eyo-i alight, watched him from  tho bank.  "Sorry I had to do It," ho said.  "You just rifilcod for It whon you  Hpoko to MIho Edith Hko that, . . ,  No, you don'tl"  Duntln'H hand ntopped midway to  hi*! bols'toi- at* Btono'a nlckcl-platod  Hnnrln up."  cher. "When his horse come out o"  the water I noticed! that the cinch  ring was all newly blackened by fire.  He'd been usin' that to change the  brands."  "Huh. That's queer. You ... a  amateur at that. ... All tight. . .  But you take it from me.... Look  Dustin .   .   .! AH Dustin! But so far j ral.   If you take time to gentle him,  he could show no proof.   There was t he'll make you a good mount."  Stone knew and had coveted that  horse, a half-bred, bigger than most  and made of steel and whalebone.  Crewe watched his new hand catch  his newer horse and .laughed a little  at his awkwardness.  If. took him days to master that  horse, for months Of Idleness had  filled him with an equine devil and he  knew no master.   When Duro Stone  STtt^rSatt she  a^-*^^  fact that she seemed to have always! ^ <?J**J"*        ^ Lt Bed  ���������no ground yet for any actlo*f"u He  must wait.  In the meantime there was . . .  Edith. *  That experience over by Soda  Springs had given her a confidence  in the new employee that she waa  sure was not misplaced. She accepted him, since timt day, at his face  value and sometimes she flushed at|  out for Sam Dustin.    Ke'll get you  if he kin."  "Sure," said Duro Stone.  "That's  ie was densely ignorant'of all the! **%> ^������ ^^^^'^'TlZl  ranch life that ane knew;   true.   ������t as ** lta^ fl������ure '������������* ~Ued away  at  twenty-five he had no settled business; he had admitted that to her,  but . . . Oh, well! She stopped her  analysis at his point and went for her  pony.  The   teimk-house   accepted   Stone  frankly .   .   . yet wondered at him.  like a shot rabbit as the horse fell.  (To Be Continued)  According To Sight  According to expei*iments conducted by Prof. Francis B. Sumner,  color-changing flsh depend on their  sight to change their colors.    When  CHAPTER VI.  v; ~    ���������WU*>**'ffv.f9      -M-t^-cv    naanvyia.^  /I n mlrat*  Prank Crewe, coming out of his  room, stood looking over the wide  range behind the ranch-house of the  Hour-glass. He was disturbed over  what Stone had told him the night  before and he had thought much  about this new employee. Stone was  apparently honest. He was a glutton for work and there was something likable about him. But Crewe  was suspicious at heart in aU matters affecting the Hour-glass. He  sighted Lee heading for the kitchen  and hailed him.  "Send that new man Stono to mo,"  he said.  The bunk-house took tho word and  presently Duro shot out of the open  door like a pea from its pod. Crowe  grinned amiably at him.  "���������Look a-herc, Stono," ho said. "I've  forgot all that you told me last  night. I ain't too denied good to remember much somotimos. I'm goin'  to,forgot It till wo can find somo  proof. MUul you, I don't expect you  to find any proof but I just dnssont  start a civil war on thc range unless  and until I got my gun loaded. Old  man Carr la too old to pick a row  with this man Dustin oven ovor  Edith. You soo that? Wo'ro try into locate this man ICecno, who owns  tho other half of tho Hour-glass. Till  wo find him, wo can't do much but  watch andyWalt. I'm tollln* you, this  so you'll boo right whoro wo stand.  If you tool liko koepliv' on horo ut  tho 'Hour-glass, wo want you. We  want all mon who'll be loyal to their  salt,   Tliat'w about all, I reckon."  Ho at rod a away to hla breakfast  and Duro wandered back to thobunlc-  hoiiflo.  "Loyal to IiIb nalt." . . . "That was  tho ward. Ho reflected that h*** hat!  come hove to tho Hoiir-glans to find  out what wan wrongf and ho wan  finding out with a vo������g������anco. It waw  Technically, he waa  as  ignorant of  ^ portion  of  the  fish  eye  ranch life as any tenderfoot.   Yet he  could   ride   .   .   .   after   a   fashion  (they never suspected the trouble It  was to appear awkward)   and   they  grinned a little   at   Edith's frankly  proffered friendship.  a   permanent  shade, whUe they turned lighter  when the lower part of the eye waa  darkened.  If  a   car   stalls   on  a  moonlight  night and the man starts looking in  "You'll   be   wantin'  mount,"   said   Crewe.    "Better tako  the girl's eyes he's single���������if he looks  that big Isabella horse In the far cor- , !n the gas tank���������he's married.  AND HAVE DRESSES AND SUITS  MADE FROM PAI&-SANI HEAVY  WAXED -PAPER,   mnnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  THUS PREVENTING THE DRY HEATED  AI& TOM ABSORBING AILTHBR DELICIOUS  FLAVOURS AND PRESH MOISTURE.  MORAL: Wrap foods in  Para-Sani  HEAVY WAXUD pAPCR  to preserve their original  frcahne**-- nnd flavour.  HBfAaMa.  '.��������������� ���������f-'1^" ��������� fc-. j 'A- Vr ^<*-������*-!*f-^i-fl Jrf J?"^������������* '���������tffSSlr i*^1* *' "i"-' ''J'rt^*'^ j*'J ;t-"*^: W: ~-, *^+. /^' ^ - r>Jtt.������������������rf-���������"t^-"^*H���������' - **=���������"-������.*j ������^ *-:���������* *-=ns,^^���������������.., ^.: ������,^^. I* ���������,>,������,-,.,/.^J .s.-^t  ,.'  ���������        :'V-,   .'-I'*. 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Vm MAWSON  GRESTON  Division 5���������Miss Hobden, teacher, ]  Enrolment, ������5.    r   ��������� * -  -   Average attendance, 42.05.  Proficiency:. Grade 3b���������Gloria "Romano, Joyce Arrowsmith. Hose' Khorr.  Grade 2���������Laurie! Keirn, Kathleen J-^yce,  Ena Jones.  Perfect attendance���������Jerry Alderson.  Joyce Arrowsmith, Sidney Bourdon,  Rose Cellis, Victor. Cellis. Edwin Dickinson, George. Donaldson, John Harris,  Mary Jean Husband,, Robert Ibbitson,  Ena Jones, Laur A. Keirn," Irma .KHen,  Lyle Klin gen-smith, "Rose . Knorr. Beth,  Leavitt, Blair Leavitt, Alice Merritt,  Dorothea Powell* Henry Read, Gordon  Rodgers Jimniie .Rodgers, Fiore Rota,  Phyllis Seldon, Charlie Tompkins,, James  Walker, Eileen "Weston, Jack Will's. *"  Division 6���������Miss Holmes, teacher.  -na . 11. ->._a.     A A * *  .cmiuuiaiBzcaaij ������%  Average attendance, 40.15  Proficiency Grade 1���������Dorothy Dickinson and Alice Lovestrom - equal, Violet  Pagan, Vera. "Eigard.  Perfect attendance���������Bruce Arrow-  smith, Mary Biccum, Dorothy Boffey,  Dorothy Dickinson, Gordon-'-, Ffencn,  Mary Gardiner, Stella HaptonstaH, Al-  vin Hendren. Keith Hester, Jennie Hood,  Muriel Hughes, Lloyd Ibbitson, Andy  Leavitt, Alice Lovestrom, Irene Moore,  Violet Pagans, Bobby Patrick, Bobby  Rentz. Victor Rota, Sylvester Schmidt,  - , Robert Swan, David Timmons, Mary  5   Timmons,  Phyllis   Wilks." Carl Smith,  eh  QUALITY FIRST  P.O. BOX 31  & s  GROCERS  Phone 19  WHOSmEmSAtmE  RETAIL.  CASH [Sat.] -  SPECIALS - [Mon.] CASH  ���������-..,  MINCEMEAT  Fresh Stock  TOMATO SOUP  Campbell's  per  lb.  ���������      17c.  1  Six tins  DDC*  m  \->Xb,  i*3  November Public  ^anxWfmam.m  BB  ���������V ^.ri. *���������"*������*��������� i*  George Smith.  8_#OC*OI.-|    CaUULU  Personal  per  Total Attendance Still Mounts -  Enrolment Now 247���������Division  5 Largest Attendance���������Division 4 Best Attended.  Mrs. O. Parry was a weekend visitor  with friends at Trail.  Miss Dorothy Sinclair Smith is a holiday visitor with friends in Nelson.  FOR SALE���������Boy's saddle in good  shape    Apply Beauty Shop, Creston. ,  J.-H. Doyle was renewing old acquaintances- at Cranbrook during the past  week.  1  1  BULK TEA  Broken Pekoe.   A real good Tea  lbV .���������������������������_<    ���������     39c.  Christie*8  QOr*AQ  o iu  pvrrri  Ll jT*"k. %mm *Ut JJU. Lmt  prxL.        ���������  RED ROSE COFFEE  Vaccum packed tins  per tin     ���������     ���������     ���������    ���������   39c.  Braid's  ,    l "*l J"Ua1 V* A XTB.JSX      %-*V^������   s.   SZsSLs ,  ������a������^C������*  3-lb.  tvith  pkt.  Premium  FOR    RENT���������Sis     room  furnished. -Enquire   Review  Division I���������E. Marriott, Principal.  Enrolment, 39.  Average attendance, 37.2.  Perfect attendance���������Sidney Argyle,  Jim Bourdon, Glen Clark, Anna Dickinson. M. Donaldson. Thelma Erickson.  Elsa Foerste , Charlie French, Russell  Gabelhei, Marguerite Grant, Jack Hall,  Kenneth Hester, Egon Hollm, Kenneth  Keirn, Ethel Morrow, Helen McCreath,  Irwin Nickel, ��������� Ruby Palmer, Eva  Phillips, Goldie Walker, Donald Fowlie.  Division 2���������A. Rober son, teacher.  Enrollment. 41.  Average attendance, 87.30  Perfect attendance���������Jack Bell, George  Carr, Barbara? Cartwright, Edna Hu ts,  Eric Jacks, Dorothy K lingensmith, Esther Ostendorf. Thelma Stewart, " _  * Sinclair, Mary Watson, Lillian Wocknitz,  Bud Wightman, Charlotte-Wilks.  HOUSE  residence,  Office.  Attendance at Crestoh public school  for November reached a total of 247  pupils^  WA-n       ca.A* 171       O.���������m  rri^__t������^  S?-mmmZl         XJMaa^mU UUB8UU JCIIICL  well   marked.   Enquire Co-Op.  Creston.  store.  Mrs. Fred Chirstie arrived home on  Saturday from a visit with friends at  Salem, Oregon.  COWS. FOR SALE-Three nice big  cows, just freshened, price right. Chas.  O. Rodgers, Creston.  Miss Margaret Murray of Canal Flats,  arrived on Monday on a visit with "Mr.  and -waits, xx. a. rowwl.  rn    ^ Miss Snowden has returned from a vis-  V'fyj-pi"*- - it a* Canal -Flats, and is again a .visitor  'with her sister.-Mrs^ H.? A.,Powell.'  Division 3���������Miss .Wade, teacher  Enrolment, 39'  Average attendance, 35.35.  Perfect attendance���������Wilbur Argyle,  George Bourdon, Harley Brady, Jean  Bunt, ^Audrey Cooper, Bert Crosby,  .Helen jjzvigoia, Kenneth French. Dons  Gabelhei, Mary Gabelhei. Carolyn Jones,  Leslie Jones. Anna Kinkade. Russell  Martin, Teddy Oiivier, Jean Pridham,  Willie Rodgers. Sam Rota. Dorothea  "* Schmidt, Marion Staples. Arthur Sutcliffe, Donald Truscott, Blanche York,  Mary Imhoff.  Division 4���������Miss Learmonth, teacher.  Enrolment, 41.  Average attendance, 3D 30.  Perfect attendance���������Donald Andrews,  Ruby Biccum, Allan Comfort, Leslu  Harris, Patsy Forbes, Richard Hood.  Eunice Hughes, Betty Husband, Norman  Husband. Sadie Kerluke, Louis Klingensmith. Leona Lovestrom, Bill Mac  Donald, Rosie Morabito, Harry Ostendorf, Elmer Pagens, Lewis Palmer, Anna  Peltzer, Victor Peltzer, Hawknhaw  Powell, Russell PridhiLin, Katherine  Rentz. Dick Staples, Kenneth Wocknitz,  Kenneth Weir.  New.Tear'seve, Dec 31, has been  booked by Erickson Ladies'* Hospital  Auxiliary for a dance at Park pavilion.  Mr. and Mrs. J.. W. Robinson left on  Monday "on a three months'' holiday- visit at Log Angeles and other, points in California.  TURKEYS  H. Came of Sunshine Bay, who has  been one of the Dominion fruit inspectors at Creston the past ser&on. has com-  pleted his work, arid returned home on  Saturday.  Creston Board of Trade has the final  meeting of the year at the, town hall on  Tuesdaj' evening and all commit tee'ehair-  men are asked to be present and submit  their yearly reports.  As __ a result of their win over the  Cardinals in Friday night's league  basketball games, Imperial Groceteria is  now tie with the redshirts for first place  in the men's division.  The old officers were re-elected at the  annual meeting of Creston Reclamation  Company, Limited, on Monday night.  At the meeting it was announced half the  dyking work is completed.  Blossom Temple .Pythian Sisters have  their regular meeting this (Thursday)  evening, at which the officers fcr 1935  will- be elected. Mrs. A. $E. French is  the retiring worthy chieftan  -��������� Mrs. Ross Carr-of'Cranbrook was here  at the weekend for;"the .marriage of her  daughter. Miss Marlon, which took place  on Sunday, and ' during her stay was  guest'of Mr/and'Mr*3rj:?E: Hayden."  - A rare musical-drama tic *" offering is  "Cotter's Saturday Night," which the  Scottish Musical Players present at. the  Grand theatre next Thursday night.  Reserve seats are on sale at the drugstore.    *  . A.j���������������.<..A. A.A. A.������..J>..A .^.A.ati.A.^. ft.rft ,���������������*,������. A ���������->.iti. av.  mIlA.  Carrying Freight bet*ween Greston, Cranbrook,  Kimberley, Fernie, and way points. .  Leaves GRESTON-1 p.m., Wednesday and Saturday  ftrrivss GRESTON���������Tuesday and Friday After***"-"*'  ilVUii-t������i  DEPOT:  Cecil Moore's Garage Phone 16  )CinbyTjor.om!  KOOTENAY LAKE FERRY  Beginning Friday, Doc. 7th, this ferry  will operate on the winter .schedule ot  two trips daily, leaving Frasera at 9a.tti.  ond-ft p.m. and Gray Creek at 10 ..0  a.m. and 4.80 p.m.���������Provincial Public  Works.  FOR SALE���������Ail orders  iber 7th.   Also horse,  9 year* old. ISRA lhs     Mrs. E. Hoeland.  Canyon.  FOR SALE���������Two milch cows, grade  Ayrshires. heavy milkers, gentle. Will  take hay as part payment. Mrs S. Abar,  Kitchener.  The weather continues cl' udy with a  snowfall of a couple of inche*- on Monday morning, most of which has now  disappeared.  The village council meets in December  session at the town hall on Monday night.  The trades, license by-law will be up for,  final consideration.  M. Anderson of Trail arrived at the  firBt ofthe week, replacing F. Smith as  assistant C.P.R. agent. Mr. Smith has  returned to Kimberley,  R. B. Staples of Kelowna is spending  the week in town arriving for the annual  ���������meeting of Creston, Reclamation Company, Limited on. Monday evening.  , W. F. Armstrong and family -have  arrived from 'Central B tto., and are at  present occupying the Brown house on  Vancouver street. In addition to buying  acreage on the flats, Mr, Armstrong haa  this week pur baaed tho north" ten  acres  (of    the Schade  (Sherwood). ranch,   on  which he -will erect a residence,*  J. E. Featherstone.of Vancouver, who  is associated with the Dominion Can-  ners, -^as a business visitor at tne first of  the week. He is honing to contract  some of the flats  acreage   for seed  pea   j.  .... :.. iook  .a-sm_a.-a..a.-*..a-*.-j  ��������� ���������a-A-A-A., A_A    ���������������.    a     -.    a  mm*, ,������.������^ji������' aa".  1  '.  '.  'i  I  i  I  ���������>  1  1  '  I  I  ���������  im.  xmTSwSAS Ss' J&Sansgssi  Horo Again J  HOW ABOUT A* BOS OP TH13 FAMOUS  SnsIiwBB Sm\n' ���������Shu&S^Bis& wftfaotowSmTit������������  to send to your friends,   Packed in 1, 2 and 8 Pound  , Boxes, and the siime well known quality,  OH HOW ABOUT A NTOR  Wo can make thorn my siac ond'beautifully decorated, .  *'   *    * '        ,' ��������� ���������       i ���������  :  Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Weir, who arrived  from Vancouver a few weeks ago on a  visit with Mr. and Mrp. Matt York,  have purchased the former C. M. Brous-  son place on Grandview heights. The  sale was negotiated by F. H.  Jackson,  Christ Church W.A. sale of work and  tea at the Parish Hall on Saturday after  noon was an outstanding success, with  a cash turnover of $225. The Erickson  Christ Church Guild'had a booth in the  bazaar which accounted for $55 of the  total intake.  Due the resignation of Mrs. Orin  Hayden, nee Marion Carr, matron at  Creston hospital. Miss Nancy Downes  has been appointed acting matron, and  Miss Buelah Penson of "Erickson, a "graduate of Cranbrook hospital, has joined  the nursing staff.  The bird hunting "eaaon closed od Friday last, as well as the open season, on  buck.deer. Hunters report ducks and  geese'as numerous us other years, but  harder to get. The kill of doer has been  thc lightest in many years, although the  sale of hunting license? is bigger than in  1038.  Thoro wob  a good  attendance at the  December meeting  ,of Creaton   Volley  Post Canadian Legion on Tuoaday. with  P osidenl John Bird in the chair.   It was  announced that drawing   for prizes in  cotinoction . with tho, "raillo   to   provide  Christmas hampers would take place . in  the Grand Theatro on [Saturday, December. 22nd, by kind permission of C, O.  Rodgers.   A hearty vote of thanks was  extended to tho Ludios'   Auxiliary for  their oplcndld work In dintributin*; pop-  ploa, and serving supper at tho Armistice  ball.   Tho h-till yielded n profit of $57.8  after all expenses had been met.   It was  decided to make a contribution   to a  memorial to J. A. Gibbn, Into  president  and nccrotary of Cranbrook Legion, nnd  for many yearn tin active \vorkor in tho  Intor-r-flts of ex-aorvica men.   Notico of  motion was clvon to ch-inEc tho date of  the annual election of ofllc-ern from April  to tho first mooting ln 1085.  Choice Local Fresh Killed Beef  Local Lamb and Mutton  M. . r      _ -  Grain fed Pork and Veal  Spars I^ilUs "  Corned Heef  Whitefish  Stripe  Tongues  Salmon  Liver Hearts  Pickled Pork  Halibut Cod  JETf -  MAttuaas  ������v������   jTmipptsrsf  BURNS & COMPANY,Ltd.  PHONE 2  3k  CHRISTilAS  IS JUST ONE MONTH AWAY I  Our stock is now complete and we invite  you and the children to come and inRpect  our display ot  Toysy  Fancy Goods,   China,   Stationery,   Parker  Pen   Sets, Loilet Articles for Ladies' and   Gents  ���������and many new and interesting things for Christmas  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  THIS 1*I2XA.:L.Ij store  iB-aa BBaaal   0t\  <ft** ���������*"������������������������* fT%  f   mrtr^^mjfmmmm   ������  FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE  New Pastor In charge:  REV. W. A, LPWIS, Pastor.  flTINDAY���������10 a.m., Sunday'School. 11  a.m., Worwhlp. "T.ao p.m., l-jvniifrcl*  l-atie.   ALL WELCOMK.  The Consolidated Mining &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd.  - TRAIL..   BRITI&H OOLUMBIA  Manufacturers of  Fl FPIIANi Brand Commercial Fertilizers  Ammonium Phosphates.   Sulphate of Ammonia  Superphosphates Complete Fertilizers.  ���������*  3  Produr-c-rB nnd KefinerR of  TADANAC Brand Electrolytic  Gft*d!"ttsum-Bism������th������    I .enrl-^inc.  4P w&H\ mm &*KWmmtim&m4xVnmPn*m1mlVmMtnW^ TJtm*   *uii������I������xi>������   i������iS%������jDvt  Yau'Si Say S&, Too  We could talk to you unlimitedly about the good meat  we have for your choosing but just a few -words will sum it  up���������"the best you ever tasted, and the most economical  prices." And you'll say so. too, when you try. our shop. Always the lowest prices, quality considered.  Try our Hamburger.    None better, and the  price is certainly right  1  Local and rersonai  FOR SALE���������Three  Jersey heifer. Mrs.  Canyon.  Jersey  cows and  J.    T.    Vance,  FOR   SALE���������Beatty electric -washer,  Ted's  (Ibbitson)  UNION MEAT MARKET  Two door* i&South of  Review Office  Km .m m ^ mm m* m ^ .m ^ ^ m m* *��������� ^ ^ m m' *. ^ m. ^^ ^ mm m. ^ ^  .   ���������  almost new..   Enquire  Barber Shop, Creston.  FOR SALE-~Baby carriage with set  of runners, in* good shape, $10. Also  small kitchen cupboard. Percy Boffey,  Creston.  FOR SALE���������Fordson tractor, in first-  class shape with extension wheel rims,  disc and plows, going cheap. F. E.  Clark, Erickson.   ,.  Choinel united in marriage, Miss Marlon,  only daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Ross  Carr of Cranbrook, with Orin, son of Mr.  and Mrs. J. E. Hayden of Creston. The  bridejs costume was of blue silk crepe  with grey accessories, and the young  couple were supported by Mr. and  Mrs.   ��������� ���������  E  Ben Crawford. Just the. immediate  friends and, relatives of tbe contracting  parties - witnessed the event -which was  followed by a reception at the groom's  home. The bride has been matron of  Creston Valley hospital for the pa<*t three  "aaa i  *.ham  Grand  Theatre  Sat- ^Ri! n  >WB  \9  ~~^������^SJ    I  T> ......  ivev.  XX ���������    mJ.  m*.m.jx,.a.A.,,A��������� tfr..,.^��������� A^aiB-.^. A.m..A.m.aa>^ak.a*B.m.m.. A.4.a\.a\.fc,^.*.a,.a\.ai>4,ai.Aiift ..*>.^..^..^.^^  ,     YEAR'S FINEST  MYSTERY ROMANCE I  years and with  circle of friends  success.   '- *v  ������sp  tb  e groom has  who wish  a wide  every  Reduced  Prices  General  Electric  n it ii fl  11 UNo  *���������*"*   ���������������������������������>   ������isi*"������   <S-#������*   S^fS-SSllS!?*  "ji������ e??  V-aV������a.������������*������   avr   uu   wi.U y^v^.  Radiotrons at substantial price  reductions. No charge for testing your old Radio tubes,  j GAHYOK STREET     CRESTON,    B. C.  FHQNE 38  >  OOMnnBMBj  mXfWfV  '"������* wm 'f v������' m * v  "Br"%l,^*w ���������^r*<aB'<r,������r-^,rsr"1  ���������wxr ��������� wf'Br*^  m~m~j%.m.-m.  .m m.m.m.m.  . m.,*..*,*..*,. m.m.m.  .*..* .<8., at.  ^k^teA^uA^^A.^.  THS f?&iEN&L.Y STORE  'At  I  1  Y  There is no argument about it!   It pays to buy the best  QUALITY in Groceries and Provisions.  dUEJAd9 UIg WUUU6I! -11.11 A9 COUII  COFFEE, fresh ground, lb        JELLEY POWDERS, DeLuxe. Sfbr...  COCOANUT, Dessicated, ib   'ER, bulk* 2 Ihs.   t.  3C     $   24  ?.:...  .24  .IO  inur* a iirrTT  if ������j/ii'iO jl  nrTT>T,lm*J>  -TBL/ jt   M mLm**.,  .24  Bring your own container.  WE DELIVER  Greston Valley Co-operative Assn.  Phone 12  CRESTON  ���������mmww^"ww^"m*W  ���������rrt-vr  .^f.ft.^m^/rm^m.xf.yi ������ar*B������ "W wVWm"V^'VW'm^~wr���������mrm'W'yr~xmm i  J**^"**ia****BCTi'IgW-f^ JllWH'.miy .WW, iaiUUaaaWB^iUi*-������W^  a  Seasonable   Footwear  Reasonable Prices  Men's Slippers, include leather soles and uppers,  warmly lined, pair     $1.20  Men's   Slippers,   warm,   checked   wool Uppers,  leather soles, pair '. ...'.      1.35  Men's Slippers, heavy, soft, all leather, aU sizes,  pair      2.00  Ladies'Slippers, kid uppers,  rubber heels, pair  ' DUO,   LO   , ,  ,  .iO  Ladies'  ������Slippers, black patent  uppers,  chrome  leather sole, with heel, pair. ...j ...........;..       .75  Ladies'    Slippers,   bl.ick   patent   budoir,    with  higher heel, pair .'....' ;...      1.20'  Ladies' Slippers, colored leather, fur top, beaded,  moccasin style ...'..,       1.25  Ohildrens' Slippers, all sizes; in felts, etc.  HPEOTAL  FOE  KIDDIES,   Patent   Leather  straps, sizoa 4 to 7 , pair         .75  Your for new footwear.  Beauty ������meisvsd st thc  marriage of Reeva Martin and Bill  Poeckin, both of Creston, at Bonners  Ferry on JDecember 3rd.  Of a total revenue ingathered at Creston provincial police office last month,  of $319, receipts under the Motor  Vehicle Act were good for $160.  For gifts that are different; infants  and children's wear, house dresses and  home   cooking,    try the Variety Shop,  two doors east of Grand Theatre.  The K K. Klub are havfng their usual  popular Christmas novelty_dance at  Wyrndel community hall, Wednesday,  December 26th.   Keep the date open.  Vital statistics for the valley for November show the arrival ol five new  citiz  ens, four of whom  were  lsdies.   There  was one marriage license issued, and two  deaths recorded.  All intererted in the roar in* game ar-*  asked to be out to the nnual meeting of  Creston Curling Club on Monday night,  Dec. 10th, at the office of C. B. Twigg,  district agriculturist.  FOR SALE���������Cold air circulator  heater. Conner electric washing machine, electric Singer DeLuxe library table  sewing machine. No. 40. All in good  shape.   Enquire Review Office.  About 20 of the members of Creston  badminton club were at Yahk on Friday  night for a return series of games in  which Yahk were victors 14-7 in the  matter of sets played, and a margin of  472 319 on points.  The Imperial orchestra of Cranbrook,  that proved so popular with the music  for the Legion Armistice dance on November 12th, are playing for a dance at  Park pavilion to-night (Friday), with an  admission of 50 cents,  Christmas gift ; i suggestions will be  featured at. the December meeting of  Creston Women's Institute at the home  of Mrs H. *J7. McLaren. Friday, December 14th, at 3 p.m. Members are  asked to bring a friend.  Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hare and daughters, Ruth and Louise i returned on Saturday from attending; a.famj!y reunion at  Sacramento. California, and touring that  state as well as Mexico during the month  of November, and report a splendid vac  ation.  FOR SALE���������Orchard property, 2}4  miles west of Wynndel, 2 "4 acres strawberries, half-acre raspberries, and 100  assorted bearing fruit trees. Good buildings and creek water supply. 80 acres  in tract and will. sell "on terms. T.  Hetner, "Wynndel.  According to the official records the  total November rainfall was 2 36 inches,  with rain in some quantity falling 16 days  of the month. The warmest, day was  the first with a showing of 51 above zero.  The coldest day was the 25th, when the  mercury got down to 23 above.  The Creston branch of the British  Israel Association announce an address  on "The Gateway Into the New "World,"  by Mrs. Altree Coley of Birmingham,  England, in Trinity United Church Hall,  Creston, Wednesday, December 12th. at  8 p.m.   All are invited.    Collection.  You'll hold your  1 Al������  UtCBVtl  vaiio  exciting romance of the" handsome thief in evening clothes who  single-handed solves the crime  that baffled Scotland Yard���������and  wins the heart of the Police Commissioner's daughter. It's dashing Bob Motgomery at his best!  ROBERT MONTGOMERY  m  CHRISTMAS  There may be some doubt  about Pros-perity, but certainly  Christmas is just around the  corner9 and here are a few helpful suggestions:  Pyrex Fie Plates  Pyrex  S^JS ������ ���������*"* ������S*HWmi\ gj~ O  iSfaf". X"  with  ELIZABETH ALLAN  LEWIS STONE  LAUREL & HARDY COMEDY  "HARDY THE VIII."  Metro News  Silver Cake Baskets  Silver Bon Bon Dishes  Silver Rose Bowls  Silver Butter Dishes  Electric Toasters  -   Electric Percolators  Sunbeam Coffee Makers  Sandwich Toasters  Carving Sets  Roast Pans  CHRISTMASDECORATION  A quantity of Toys  G. Sinclair  Creston Hardware  **j-B*-r*-,***r-f^''**-������-s-'������^  i-i  mm  %  a.  ������w  ������a  j������  3*  S3  k  Ih  s  fell  JM  mi  r  'TT PAYS TO PAYCASH AT THE IMPEMAL  SATURDAY-MONDAY SPECIALS  A Yuietide Shopping   Suggestion   |  Insomuch as our December business is proving, the  greatest in our history; without doubt the days betweed  now ond- Christmas will be the busiest days we hDve ever  experienced. VVe are doing1 everything possible to "maintain  our standard of service.1 but we wish -to especially emphasize the comfort and convenience of shopping.  BLUE LABEL  1-lb. pkg.  A^mt  ������������������"SO?  VACCUM PACKED  ���������Une Pound Tins  TEA    - Braid's Best - COFFEE  :.37.  APRICOTS, Royal City. Choice, 2 tins $ .35  SOAP, Palmolive, Xmas.  wrap, S cakes       .23  CREAMETTES, Quick Cooking, 3 pkgs .25  Kippered Snacks, Connor's, J-/6. tins, 3 for...    .17  Celery Hearts, Jap Oranges,, Grapes, Sweet Potatoes, Cranberries, Head Lettuce, Layer Raisins, Figs, Mixed Nuts.  ST  M  a?  m%  mt.  ���������5  I  |    SERVICE PHONE SO QUALITY     \  ?,(B������fB--'-������i'-@'i-^^  **ka������J*alWiii.^*. B*hinA^8a*i> > afcaa HaW* m% m afc l\,m% I   B*a%l ilAl Ba*h ��������� a*|l a  l^Bka������aAu*4-a''fcB4M'fejtea4BWMB'iBak^^  X  Pleuaed to show yon.  RESTON MERCANTILE  GROCERIES  $ft"**  t'Jm^NmmWK&I.Utm-^WW^Ww^***'', '*it-r^jmmL*w.fm4  COWIPAINIY   LTD.        HM.0WAI.E  Mrs. Hare, sr, and daughter. Mrs. J.  Hume, of Watford, Ontario, have  arrived to spend a few months in Creston, a guest of the former's son, C. H.  Hare. The ladies returned on Saturday  with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hare and  family, from a holiday visit at California  points. "V .'" ���������'?'������������������",  In order to avoid any confusion as to  the amount raised by the Ladies* Auxiliary to Creston? Valley Post Canadian  Legion at tne Armistice sale of -wreaths  and poppies, the Review is asked to state  that the total sale was $134; of which $71  waa for poppies. Wreath sales were  better than in 1.933.  Miss M. Hill''of Toronto, travelling  secretory-for the Presbyterian Dominion  W-M.S.i was a visitor at Creston on  'Wednesday wheri she apoke at St. Stephen's Church at a joint mo-"tli*fj of the  local W.MS, and the church mlBfliory  bands. During,,her Htny in town?Miss  HJU was a guest of Mra. S.* A. Spccb.    ?  W. Hurack, C.1*.R. section foreman  working oast biit of Croston, hns just  been advised that ho has won firet privae  for the best kept set-Lion of track on tbo  Kootonay dlvlaion * between Crowshost  and Nekon. Mr. Hurack Vaa winner of  the anmo prize in llr������28. It will be recall?  ed that ho this year also won first prize  for the best section foreman"*- garden on  the division���������an Honor ho also won In  1028. .;.'.  Burial took placoWednesday ofternoorfi  in Creston cemetery of John Le'eoon,  BRod 70 yoars, who pniiaed away at Creaton hospital on Tuesday morninij, com-  inR hero ior treatment from Kitchcnojr  nbout two woekn quo. Ho wan n native  of Lanark county, Ontario, and had followed woods work in Mast Kootenay fo>  tho pnat 510 years. A brother, WolllnRbon  Loofion, of Trail looked after tho burial,  which wnii In ch,arKo of Eev. M. C. Percival,  A weddliiK af areat intorest* liero whb  aolomnl2ed at Holy Oroas Ohureh, CroH-  (on, on Sunday af torn oon, when Father L.  ARE YOU READY  Our counters are piled high with just what you  any member ofthefamily, friend orrelative.  7 "...  \.  want  for  is  Our stock of GROCERIES  , Freshest ^nd B#t?P  See our Christmas display, consisting of  Ladies' Ready-to-'VVear Garments, Luncheon Sets,  Baby's Garments, Kid Gloves, Hosiery, Btixed  :*;'Handkerchiefs, House Slippers, Silk and Wool  Scarves, Dressing Gowns, Gelophane Wrapped  Towels, Lingerie Sets.   Fancy Table Runners  -v and Stationery.. .'';���������'���������/J:':j .  Men's Wear consisting of Dress Shirts,   Pyjamas,  Gloves,    Novelty Guff Link   Sets,   Neckties,  Handkerchiefs,   Tobacco,   Cigars,   Cigarettes,  /������������������Wool' Socks,, Sweaters,, Belts.;,;;;.;;'t;,;,,,:;,o, t v^v^v-1.  '" PYREX.WARE,    FANCY^CHINA :' v '  CHILDREN'S SLEEGKS. .   '.  It is easy and quick shopping in our store.  ���������.  a',  Dry Goods.      \Cloii*i**fa   ������������������ .Hardware.  urmtme  h  &  %  ���������^  *\  m*  .-    "*,  %  mx,  ���������������������������"A  ^������         'J  %  -       *������������������*          I  at.  i  (8  s  I'  ***>  ������.  I*  X  m.  j  %  V  -������->  fe  1  *B,  ,'  $  ^  **M'vma'*>mimw<* M'tVlti_l'T'i0 w"1*!^ m aJBaaiBB iiM������w^ul ������ i^ii r^paai ^ga-������aajy arTMajlaa^i n |ayi������m


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