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 if ��������� '.-  t\A * '      .   7    ���������      .-        ,i,y i . t**:"Vt^ ���������  *J?  f*0 *  T*. /  ^  t^^Bi***������r*-t  ,  jB'^r  Vol  XX.  CRESTON, B. O.4 SOEtlDAY* OG$OBEK 12, 1^8  WB  September Meat  Village Council  Tbe September --session of the  village ooBSEcs! was featured by a  uGui6r-erii���������@ nTivls rsprsssEts-i-rec tjt  the fire brigade and the commas-  aioners. Chairman F. H. Jaokson  presided^ and Commissioners A.  Comfort and Jas. Cherrington were  present.  The fire fighters were represented  u��������� iwr   T>    T "j. T.J  vjr  iu. ju*. WUJ.VO nitu  jTSU- -    **������*., ���������^11  of 82 cants being, the Bif ay to January portion of fche taxes on iota 1  to 3, Block 37, whioh the town this  "year   wKjuircu   fur   S   SSw    pJJSSG'5,  Wrigley's directories wrote submitting e> price af 10 cents a name to  census off the village, but  take a  ������m"1  nt. r.|i  and for the most part their requests were in line with those  submitted -at a similar gathering in  May* which the commissioners had  not given the attention desired,  according to the delegation.  Mr. Joyce was, spokesman  and  things requiring attention included  SSSSS^PS   OS!**    ficamktn    ������.*}*.   n.  0m9.ll  ^"     '  WIS        "Ul*"'cl -  -' -"*��������� ���������������������������  ^r a ��������� 11 in ��������� wvr^pw        1  1-1       uw-������  stipend whose duty it will ba to see  that   the   chemical   engine,   hose.  .���������.  -.*_ _i-  rS,*yS   Sua     5a.a*i������p*S  0������t4*im  fires; experimenting with the siren  in order to get a location where it  oan be heard to best advantage;  compensation for firemen who stiff  fer loss to clothing while on duty;  placing standpipe on tbe hill near  the t-vatertask at P. O. Sbbsstt's to  give better protection ' in the  Grand view' Heights district; put  ting bydfepts in shape for waiter*  and placing doors, on the frame  eov^ingfe of hydrants so that hose  connections"* can r?be made --" ��������� mope  readily.   ;      ^y.~/-;%'-*^-  AitnniHlin-%  to tha letter the village population  is now .set down at 426.  Jas. W. May of Trail wrote ask*  ing for infdrmation about the  Xiister area, which the clerk will  supply. Sidney, "Vancouver Island-  requested full information as to the  benefits of village incorporation,  and the clerk will supply the same.  Payments of village poll tax are  not at all .satisfactory and the  clerk was'instructed to enforce the  by law in that .regard. * Publicity  is also, to be given to the by-law  that compels residents \witbin  the  ure  zua6   to.  OiBSu' tueiF vuafisn&ya  and   to _ always   have   a   suitable  ladder" on their premises in case of  Sr������.  Mr. and Kirs. Jpjhn R. Miller were  vuiuirs    13.V   x^utovraa    S.    ������������*w   Says   iSSZ  week, returning on Tl!������3r������d,eya  J. C. .Martin* who has been operating the engine ~.d& a steam threshing  wg������ Afc Rfcava-ilnwr.AliYiArtA. t.hd ruurt; ���������falsi   5,    *:s2 ****' ���������*rsi!*iw������***'::    and   "states  threshing is practically completed in  Sou the tn Alberts.;  Mrs. J. W."~Parism returned at the  end %of the week from Michel* where  she has been Undergoing" medical  treatment, but we are sorry .to hear  her health doss not show, the expected  .iroprov������ttaentte  :,  The first Show of the season was  visible at tbe Alice mine on Thursday  niornfng l������Bt���������sltggstSy earlier than for  the past few seasohs." -   *"*  .Talking.about ,.������n early and severe  winter, "W. AV Pease saya it is the  surest, thing: lie inows of, unci, bases  his opinion on tbe much larger than  usual flocks of snowbirds in evidence  this fall.    .��������� f  *L  Misses- Jennie, and Lucy Marshall  were  in ���������' chftrge   of   the  community  In si-~~_ s-_^l  I ouimmy   actiuut  \  Mrs, Walter Fisher of Nelson is a  visitor-here this week, a guest of Mrs.-  A. W. Sinclair.  Mrs. Barafcrd cf J3s*!scis U  of Mrs. John Bird this week.  .WSAttft.  r mS,' .   IV~   ...  ^  .<s������-^  ���������ti  l^i^Sw-^S^^,      ^aL^",''l-^J>'~'. ���������^^^^!Su-a*M������llgii^t^'V^^^J>Jg:^^ ,.A^~*V *      ~ ^SSfW^fc  v dele^tioti to shake  viriting asd assured that- tliei'- pur-,  'chase>" of   all    needed "\ equipment,  except  a  truck,   would  have im  mediate attention.  Accounts for September totalled  $284 and these were ordered paid.  A request from the Children's Aid  Society for & dsssstices w&3 seceded  to, and $25 voted for this purpose.  The work of regrading and  gravelling a part of Hillside "Road,  and Vancouver Street from Vio-:  toria Avenue to Canyon street will  ber Btarted almost immediately  under the eare of Commissioner  Gomfort. The new 20 foot lane in  the rear of buildings ..facing on  Canyon Street' from the Imperial  Bank to Victoria Avenue will also  be proceeded with, as well as some  grading and gravelling ore Fourth  aiid Fifth streets.  The Q P.TEt. was given  a  rebate  Fall Coats  *v*  Big display of Fall Coats and  Frocks by a representative  of Consolidated Garments,  Ltd., at our store  AFTERNOON  Monday * Oct* 15  MOKNING  r|rw * aT\     m      ��������������� rf[**  Yon may pnrebaee any of tho  Coats on display.    Exceptional values.  A. B. F. Bernard is at work on the  erection of a,new hay sherd*. ~ ft -Sa  about 18 s 8i feet.  A. W. Sinclair is at work moving  his. residence from the oUA location on  to the former Walter  Wright" place,  wisfeVjate-gsurehased so?se;<saontbs agct  %.**  ".    5,   ������   " ���������v*~*,5J*'',  Martinis absence,  Fred Payne has returned to Cran  brook  after a.lholiday .visit with hiK  parents, Mr, axid Mra. B. W. Payne.   '  - Pheasantsrare much more numerous  ifj this section. < tha^" .ever - before.  There is no open season on these birds  this season,Jeitheiv   ~,'  Mrs." T^^eVeiyant- wbo has been  uhdergbi^i|]ied"icat treatment at Cat-  gkt^ ^the fpast,- .few- t^onths, arrived  home"&h Sunday, and-is much improved in health. Mr. Trevelyan accompanied het%   ���������  Victor. Oa������'left>^ett. Monday" for  with Mrs,,B. Martin, ryThe latter 'will  likely be remaining for the  winter*  M.������Q.Sanford of, Champion. Alta.,  -was h few days* visitor With ibis  daughter, Mrs. .B. M. Telford.  Mrs. 8. W. Fi-tteer got back last  week after an* extended visit with her  mother, in Nova Scotia.        '      ;  ]Rll������-������<������kB������>������V had   Its   Annnikt  vt^st-. fWinr*  the ussrs! trio of Messiornfces irons the  colony at Magrath, Alberta, and their  purchase this year is .three care of  loose WHgener bdu JjelieJoiio ffOSii  Oreston Growers, Limited.  The Erickson section of* Christ  Ohureh Indies* Guild were out in  force on Tuesday at Creston for the  cup and saucer shower given by the  Oreston guild. The 4ncal delegation  contributed abhut half the drinking  equipment received.  According to Inspector Dean the  best colored carload of apples to be  shipped from British Columbia was  loaded out lat>t week' from ' Oreston  Growers., Limited, warehouse. They  were from the B. Cartwright, *R. B.  Staples and Putnam orchards, and  were marked 65 per cent, color. They  were extra fancy Mcintosh Keds," and  shipped to Hew "xork.  r  ���������s���������*-������. *-,���������������-   ���������;������.t~ *.u_ _w���������~i  Fred   Lister,   M.PJ?������  Legiosi Re-Elects  Former Officers  There  was a large turnout"-, of  members of Oreston Post Canadian  rr* .   Jk������JiX3<av***jf  dent,   CcL  presiding.  There was one s^^liicart-iux! "to-?  membership, and the present roll  shows a total of 51 names. The '  finance committee report 'showed  that the Georgian Singers and -  Players appearance in Creston had  netted the liegion $20, and that  the nett income from, the fall fair  night dance had enabled the X/egioa  to donate apout $20 to the fall fair.  For the welfare committee R. T.  MUlner submitted a detailed report  of tbe year's operations.' During  1927 $20 had been used to help  needy travelling veterans. For  the dance committee Beg. Watson  ������f * gsriss of 20  s^j^irtesl  .ftjrs. John Bathie ahd Mrs*. McNisb  of Winnipeg, Manitoba, left iast week  on a trip to Vancouver.  "Mrs. Greig-was a visitor at Creston  last week attending? the "Women's  Institute   conference,   as   Wynndel*&  uia^luoo  one had been a money maker with  but one exception. "Capt. Oatts,  for the committee handling Creston  Valley Baseball League, reported  an eminently satisfactory season^  Officers  for ihis year were elected  : President���������Col.     Fred     Lister.  a-hrfa-gewlssst t%t-the echoolhoo^ ������*������.  Saturday night..   Cards at 8.30-p.sn.  The bridge and whist at tbe Sssu-  croft achool On Saturday night was  only -fairly well attended and the  prizes-at bridge went to J6lr. and Mrs:  Charles Huscroft, while the'winners  at whist were Miss Ainy Helme and  Reno Houtte.  There ywas a very large turnout for  the Church of England harvest  thanksgiving service on Sunday morn-  (iig,.-for which, the building was nicely  deeorated 'with fruits, vegetables;  grains, flowers, etc. The service was  choral and the address appropriate for  the occasion.  The wet spell the valley has just had  is very much to the liking of the  Huscroft residents particularly several  Of the farmers there now being busy  nt fall wheat planting. About 60  acres will be seeded this fall by John  Huscroft. Harry Helme, Bern Hobden  Charlie Huscrof & iind Sam Demchuk.  delegate. '  M    ������     . _ '"    .     '1    1st Vice President���������C. W. AUaq������  Mr, Jervis was a visitor here  laati     2nd   Vice President���������B. T. Mill-  weekv a guest of. Mr. and Mrs* Towson. J j^^  Secretary-G: H. Kelly.  Treasurer���������IE; J. Forbes.,^  ,!^ecii,6iye---:A. Iu Palmer^ ...Beg*  Messrs. Glasier,  A* Piggot, C^Gre^  gpry.jfT/ MdmforM, ������������. ~Benedr^^a*nd  CBr*gQsbi*^r^c*������wiJ$ex^  ;*g������*Mff'HraMEa^.t-;&������nigK^^  Sirdar  Mrs. Cam was a Creaton caller on  Tuesday. Mrs. North waa at the  metropolis on a business visit. Saturday. On Thursday Mrs. H������������np and  Mrs. Martin roue wed Oreston acquaint"  uncco.  Mitts Dorothy Cum arrived home on  Friday front Calgary, Alberta, In  which city she has been employed the  pu������t few months.  Mtfla Given Wilson, who ta attending athool at Cranbrook. spent the  weekend at her homo hero.  Mrs. T. Rogers was hostess at a lea  In the echoolhouso on Saturday, pro-  c.tH'ftn going to the, Community Hall  funds. '      * ~  Father CullInan was here for Sunday  school   on Friday evening, and  Mutta   was   celcbraLcd    on   iBaturday  morning*  Mr. OUIIe, O.P.R. operator Is having his -usual two weeko' vacation, and  left for Calgary, Alberta, Tuesday.  Mr. Hoblnson of Kln-^n^ate Is reHev-  Ing Mr. OUHo.  Mrs. Glllfe entertit(n-r>d a few friends  on Wednesday evening nt a farewell  pnity for Miss Qraco Bra ml w. -who  U-fi ou ThuruJuy las l������tir home lit  Port Steelf.  W; V. Jackson, wbo is in charge of  apnle'tnspection for the Arrow, Lakes  district, sp^nt the weekend at his  home here. '-,..-  ' Jack and Jim Dodds arrived home  at tho end of-the weclt'frora Kelowna,  where they: have been, for about ei^c  weeks, helping with the friiit. harvest.  ��������� Mrs. Hinuuiun, who has been on a  visit with her parents. Mr., and Mrs.  J. M. Craigie, the past nionth,-.left on  Friday for. .'her home., .at ^iderwoodj.  Oregon, y' . '   'v'    /;."������������������-������������������.  Frank Staples is combining business  with, pleasure on a Visit to Kelowna.  He left on Monday.   .  Mr. Ungari of Natal was a weekend  visitor with Mr. and J������w. Frank Celli.  Dick Hall returned to Natal Son  Wednesday, after a couple of weeks'  holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.  John Hall.  Mrs. T. W. Bundy returned on  Saturday from a month's visit with  hex sister, Mrs. MacDonald, at Sum-  raer.uud. ,  . Mrs.   Fred   Browprifjg   and    Mrs.  Brownrigg* St., of Yahk are visiting  liirdoeh MeLeod  Registered  Optometrist  **���������  will bo at  ERICKSON  home last weekc If      ***" -  -' :Misses SV'-aod L. Bdnedetti. -M. Bing-  heim, B. Davis and E. Hagen returned  to-Jtfoswellon .Sunday,  ' Mr. and Mrs. A Benedetti and  daughter left oh Sunday for Slocan,  where they expect to remain for the,  winter. "-    ' *  . Mrs. Slitz and daughter/ of '"Hakiasp  were visitors here at "the f weekend,  guests of Mr. and Mrs. R; Uri. ���������  '.Mr. and Mrs. K. Elathle returned  from the pra Irie on Saturday.  Meeting of the Women's Institute  in the old schoolhouse on Thursday,  October 18th. ut^.aO^p.ui.  E. Uri is a business visitor in Nelson  this weak.  ��������� ���������.������������������   .'"���������'.���������-  . *  The United Church service here on  Sunday was combined harveatjestival  nnd rally day service. -Bev. Mr. Crlbb  was in charge. The church was  decorated with fruits, flowers, vegetables, evergreens. After service on  Sunday next there will be celebration  of Holy Communion.  ���������������'���������', ���������    .  ' -  \  The much  needed rain  came  last  week and is still coming, helping out  all vegetation.   Wednesday, ith, the  first signs of winter were seen, when  snow   was   visible   quite   a   distance  down the hills on  both sides of the  valley.  Davfe,- Harry- Keime, Jas, Wilson,  The usual votes of thanks were'  given  the retiring officers, and it  was deoided to hold the Hovember  meeting at Camp Lister.  OU  Tburs., Oct  Will havo car call for yow  nnd bring you back.  $*amon& Roy Thiibrd Iks������w  appointment  &&legate& Hostesses  /  '     m      ��������� mm: w *-  Mrs. Reed, Kaslo; Mrs. Carapboll,  Willow Point���������with Mrs. C* Moore.  Mrs. Levy, New Denver���������with Mrs.  Twlgg.  Mrs. MoFarlane, Cranbrook���������with  Mrs. Dow.  ttra. Botts, South Slocan-Bonnlng-  ton���������wltb Mrs. Mallandaine.  .  Mrs. McIqooc, Ymtr���������with Mr&. H.  McLaren.  Mra. Hose and Mrs. Hunter, Nelson;  Mrs. Msokle. Boswvll���������with Mrs. Jus.  Cook.  Iklrtf. QuultaitiVoi, Tiw-m.ui lurm. OgU*  vie. Harrop���������with Mrs. Forbes.  Mrs. Jnmleaon, Fassniorv) Mrs. Mitchell, Bobsoni Mra, Kiiffer, Burton���������v  with Mrs It. Stevens. '  Mrs. Crossley, Nelson} Mrs. Perry,  Pauamoro���������with Mrs. R. Telford.  Mrs. MLayca, Rook Oi-etekj Mra. Rich-  ter, Midway���������with Mrs. Bevan;'  Mian Greenwood, Kaat' Arrow Park;  Mrs. Dimeter, Arrow Park���������with Mra.  FV O. ii������Migt)i-w,  Mrs. Msuchllne, Arrow ParMi Mum,  Mason, Fruitvale���������with  Mra.   Sfiitana.  Mrs. Olson and Mrs. Mclilnnon,  Oaatleg^ar���������with Mm. V. Staple*.  Mrs. and Miss Hilts  Nakusp���������with  Mrs. McKelvey.  "Mrs,   ������reysoa,   BoaaSngtoa���������with  Mrs. Cherrington.  Mrs. Hepher and Mrs. Wallace,  Boawell; Mrs. O'Neill, Grey Creek���������  with Mrs.f LilHe.  - 'Mrs. Keen and SSAea TwSsa, Kaslo���������  with Mrs. Hayes..  . Mrs. Pussmore. Shoreacres; -Mrs. O.  W,  Humphrey,   South  Slocan���������with  Mrs. Crawford,     '  Mrs. Kfdman, Crawlord Bay���������with  Mrs. D. A. MScdonald.    ���������  Mrs. Gtelg, Wynndel���������with.Mm. J.  P. Johnston.  Mrs. Daly, Edge wood���������with Mrs. A.  Manuel.       :  Mrs. Foxlee, Robson���������with Mrs. C.  Murrell.  tarn  CORPORATION OF THE  Village of Creston  Ji. B^Ij&wi for Re&uiottttiithe Mrec-  tion of Buildings, Fire Limits,  and the Prevention of Fir*, and  Storage of Combustibles.  CLAUSE 17:  Every person occupying ts,  house, building or room within  the Village, attached to whioh  there is a ohimney or flue, if the  same has been in constant use,  shall cause tho same to be well  and sufficiently cleaned once in  six months, and if the same has  not been in constant use during  the year, shall oauso the same to  be swept onoo in each six months,  while in use.  CLAUSE 2Jh  Every building in the Village  shall bo provided with a good  nnd suCfloieht ladder to reach tho  roof and such laddero shall bo  kept in a convenient place so as  io be readily aooessible in esse of  firo and for sina of chimney  sweeps, and both owner and oo*  cupn.nt' of iho bnilding shall be  responsible that the provisions of  .,   this section b������ carried out* -A.J-J.-8-* J.*-jtl_*    T    .P-JkJ    *  *    * .\K^tJL.%JJLm\A������^r -i.   **S J~ * 9 .-Kn-P# %  *VJ������  WORp^HAPBENlNGS  BKlliFLY TptD  Oa,^ of the finest old. churches in  Saoscow,. the "Strasney Monastery, "'  l������ "being converted into aa Ant?. "Religious  museum,  Leon Vanderstuyft, Belgian bicycle  rider, broke the world motorpace record for sustained speed when he rode  76*4 miles in. one hour.  A  report  is  current   in Bucharest  Protect Submarine Crews  Fine Shipment of Hereford's  Range   Cattle   From   Alberta   Bring  Large  Sum in Chicago  Ninety-three head of dry cows from  +*l*������*a      "sXtT^xTv*. 9-���������������<���������*������< *���������������,      mA������������At%      t*,m       A lUA-wfrt   * m*T*****h  recently .consigned to Chicago in 'exchange for'a'^lGjOCO cheque. Cattlemen looking over the shipment claim  that i it is one of the finest lots ot  range cattle ever forwarded from Calgary. Th^ heaviest animal in the lot  tipped-the scales aCi;7O0 pounds and  thc ninety-three' averaged 1,350 lbs.  These cattle come *-f rom , one of the  few remaining- old-time ranches which  ia running a herd of upward of 5,000  T-Ierefords. ^  ��������� -Si*-  Prove of Great .Value  Ceasar Borghetti," inventor of an  apparatus for saving tiie lives of submarine crews in case of danger, has  succeeded in interesting the Italian  guv-eriunenl iu his invsntiion nr.*"* ������c*w  gives the press some details of his:  amazing  invention.  Signer Korgiietti's &pp*ir������ius consists of several hollow cylinders  attached to the sides of the submarine in such a way that they do not  i impede its passage through the wa-  have concluded a military agreement ^er The numDer of these cylinders  to make a common front against (jepenjs ^ the number of- men to  Russia  in the event  af  war. 'the crew.  Thousands: of cattle, have been; The outer chambers are reached  drowned in the flood, that came after "by two doors from the interior Of the  the bursting of the Yser dykes in | vessel. Inside of each of these cylin-  Belgium and farmers-estimate  their   ders    is    another    airtight    chamber  e i  jl wi>ctaj.icavJLi.ac������i     cuivl     \_������a*cCv-o  ooooooooooooooooooooooooo'  Atiyl^bitiatt* Can   ^MAE-MAISTIN^^^  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  OCTOBER   14  SPIRITIJAIL irjr,cvr5S.  Golden Text: "Now ahideth faith,  hope, love, these three; and the greatest of these  is love."���������I Corinthians'  ���������TOUGHS  %3t9,  Apply, over throat and chase  swallow. Ismail pieces Of���������  uuww  Most  looking  damage at .about $25,000,000.  with     four     compartments     holding  is  The Canadian Press was reliably, compressed air.  informed that there is no reason to.{ When the shipwrecked crew  believe that tie Duke and Duchess'; inside 'tlie inner chamber and the  of York contemplate an early visifj doors are tightened, a lever releases  to Canada, as rumored in Ottawa.       I ������*  from Uie outer cylinder which is  T. Nichols, of the Royal Canadian \*i*mly attached to the sides of the  Mounted Police, Letlxhridge, AlUu -bniar^e The ���������&*������** confining  will receive the Imperial . Service lbe raen 1S" constructed . m- such s  medal awarded by  His ��������� Majesty  ttie | m anner that it w^li iloa*.,? automaa-  King,    according    to    fee    Canadian^^   *   *������/"J**06   *"*   fr0m   *  . : depth   of 600  feet  Great Britain and the XJ. S. have.  continued for another year their  agreement on administrative co-operation for the prevention of smuggling  liquor into the "United States by ships  flying the British flag.  It was reported in TLeague of Nations    circles    that,   the   Irish    Free j   my   little   boy   took   very   bad   with.  State, following tie example of Ca*-j   ^S^W^I ���������t ������"^eS  stylish  women  *i    TV*    *\   1    *������  ways    to    make  last    season's  4>\."i������%a..^ rtj\w*A������*rvi  ^KXAmt^O tm.\444.4.\*4.m.4  to this season's  styles; Thousands have learned, how  easily they can transform a dress or  a blouse, or coat, by the quick magic  of home tinting or dyeing; With, true,  fadeless Diamond Dyes, anyone can  " do this successfully. The "know-how"  is in the dyes. Diamond Dyes don't  streak or spot like inferior dyes.  New, fashionable tints appear* like  magic over the out-of-style or faded  colors. Minting with Diamond Dyes  is easy *as bluing, and dyeing takes  just fa little mores time. Only Diamond  Dyes -produce-.perfect results. They  have been perfected by over 50 years  experience. insist on them and save  disappointment.       -"*"  "Color Craft," my big new book  of dollar-saving hints, will be sent  you trttHmEj. Write Mae Martin, Dia-  moifd- Dyes, Windsor, Ontario.  Lesson. 1 Corinthians 12-14.  Devot'onpi Rpa^'Tip" 1 .T������hn 4.7-31--  Over SI Million Jarm Ummd Yearly  World's Largest Building  Sxplanaticns   and   Comments  ci~i-U4..._i  IO������S.l& J met J.  Chicago furniture Mart- UCeaus ILiss  With 25,370.000  Cubic Feet  T5ie following buildings are reckoned by their cubic measurements to be  ,the  largest buildings   in* the  world:  Chicago   Furniture   Mart, 25,370,000  : cubic  feet;  Equitable  building,  Mew  the Spirit is the Same, 12'.4-7.���������There  was   rivalry   among   the   Corinthians  as  to which  of  them  possessed  the  greatest gift for God's service.  "The  tendency at Corinth was to estimate  spiritual gifts by their showy rather \ York, 24,000,000 cubic feet;. General  than  their solid  character."  Tha re-   Motors  building,  Detroit,   =20,411,000  verse was Paul's way.  "The things we consider most remarkable may, after all, be least'important. An ecstacy is pleasant, ,-but  cubic feet; Union, Trust building,  Cleveland, 20,000,000 " cubic feet;  Railway   Exchange,   St. ��������� Liouis,   and  strength to endure with fidelity is Illinois Merchants Bank, Chicago,  more significant. The touchstone and, each i<f 350,000 cubic feet; anl the  test of our Christianity is our avowal _, .. '. a . r.������T������������,QW*0i o^-v  ������#  ���������>-.=.������,������  r.-������wcf   t* ,-������  ~������������������ ;A���������i���������  ������������  Continental   and Commercial   Bank,  was s>o  Child Passed Blood  Mrs.   Harry   Nesbitt,  It.  B.   No.   2,  Shannon,   N.B.,   writes: ���������<eLast   Fall  ada, is planning to establish, of legation in Paris and appoint a minister  to   France.  - The appointment of Jean Knight  as French minister "to Canada has  been announced officially, confirming  previous intimations that M. Knight  would be sfnt to Ottawa as France's  first diplomatic representative' in the  Dominion.  Twenty years ago half of the population of 200,000,000 women and girls  in China had crippled feet, but today  almost every village has a women's  shoe store which displays an attractive array of footwear.  passing  case and gave him a dose of  The ease with which corns and  warts can be removed by Hollowayfs  Corn Remover is its strongest recommendation. It seldom fails.  If they came from a monkey  there's nothing you can do about it,  but if you are going to the dogs ybu  can detour. *-  Make it your happiest holiday.  Your friends and relatives will be  happy too.  White Star ships offer  a most enjoyable trip both ways.  Special Sailings to  England���������Ireland���������Scotland���������  France���������Belgium  MoHtreaUGlasgour-Btlfasl'Livtrpool  ���������   Mm. U.\X.Y ***%*.*.<&���������      WW.      2-4J>  7lat{fax-Ply���������twmth-CbrrUaurg'A.ntwrfi  Pennland     X������c������e������   ifc  JlaU/ax-ClassG.L'-Tiel/iist-LiiHrtKtal  H.e{(inn Dec:. 15  Italifax.Quetitsra.vit-T.iverfool  Baltic Doc- IO  .Specials i'.aiuiiicti'J TrMiE������Lti  Wliinlii������a direct 10 Sledmera  I'-r.r rompltit infttrtnatimt, 1>h<mr, wrilt or r-till:  and a little later gave him another,  and half an hour after the second dose  he got relief and by the time he had  taken she doses he was like a different  chiia.-"  Thia wonderful boTvel complaint  remedy .has been oa the market for  over 80 years 5 put up only by The  T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Out.  Mrs. Littleflat��������� Tilly; you've left  my lingerie scattered ail around this  room and I'm expecting company any  minute.  Tilly, tlie Maid ���������. That's all right,  ma'am, I'll keep my eye 011 'em and  see they������fion't pinch nothin'.  Many PlMtes in Pageant  Thousands   of People   Attended   Ah.  Mail Servicff Inauguration     .  The  first   aerial   mail   service   between Canada and rhe United States  was   inaugurated   October   1   at   St.  Hubert    aerodrome, , near    Montreal,  where   a.  great   aerial   pageant,    in  which   fifty  planes  took  part,   commenced at 9 />' clock in the presence  off   thousands   of   spectators.^   Planes  of every size,,even every color, Moths,  Reid Ramblers, Swallows, Cabin-type',  Vickers-Fairchild,   ' Stinson-Detroiter,  Avro Avian, as flown b^* Hinkler from  England  to  Australia,' Leoning Amphibian,- Pitcairn Mailwiiig, tri-motor  Ford,   and,  the   most   interesting   of  all, three Sisken fighters, participated  in  the  evolutions. The   Siskins  were  sent  by   the    Royal   Canadian   Air  E'orce,   and   are   reputed   to   be   the  most   deadly   warring   machines   in  existence.  of Jesus Christ. If in our souls we  own him Lord we ~are possessed' of  the  Spirit of Life."   (John Gardner.)  There are different gifts, Paul  wrote the Corinthians, but the same  Spirit reveals * himself in them all;  there are different ways of ministration, but back of them all is the same  Lord; theite are different; sorts of  activities, but they are all wrought  by the same God. ^ To;, each one ib  given his^hianifestatibh of the Spirit  for the good of others.  ��������� 1  Then in. verses seven to eleven  Paul mentions various spiritual gifts  and repeats" that, different as they  are, they are alike vin source; the  Spirit apportioning them, as he wills.  Paul does not disparage spiritual  'gifts, he realized their value,  but he realizes also the need? pf  unity and co-operation iii the church,  and this he enforces in verses 12-3u,  by his figure of the body and its  members; as all of the members are  different but essential to the body,  ,sq it is with, the church and its "members.  Chicago,  13,200,000 cubic feet.  Men's   baits   are  usea   taos uy  j.01  sports wear in Great Britain.  . In shipping tlieir choicest  4-ACfto   AfxTA-v*   lann    cfc-D-**"! ^Aia    *mrrt*>mtk���������m\fr  ���������hr^S������������������������������--���������->     <W-*<%/*       m**njnm^������aa������      ������������%.���������**��������� '���������m*   mvmrmrmm   t^b*  '���������v^***  tea planters never, take any  chances of the tea deteriorating in transit, : They pack it  in aluminum or lead���������Red  Rose Tea is always packed in  aluminum, so it will come to  you as fresh and "��������� flavory as  the day it v/as ...blended.   s,w  For years Mother Graves' ^ Worm  Exterminator has ranked as a reliable worm preparation' and it always  maintains its  reputation.  Wife (reading thepaper)���������"It says  here that a London man boasts hie  has had an umbrella for 20 years."  Her Husband��������� "That's long enough. He ������������������ought to return it."  Teeth and Health  Issued      By     The     Canadinn   * r>ental  Hyglon*-*    Council    and    -Published  By  The   Saskatchewan  Dental  Sociiey  ^S ���������  Good-bye Asthma. Persons suffering from that extremely trying trouble known as asthma know what it  is to long.with all their hearts for  escape as from a tyrant. Never do  they know when an attack may come  and they know that to struggle unaided is vain. With Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy at hand,  however, they can say good-bye to  their enemy and enjoy Ufa again. It  helps at once,  Kritix���������Do you think you've improved "Richard III" mucti by i*e>  writing, it? '**  Playsmith���������Sure. It w-as way out  of date, F'r Instance, whei'o Richard  hollers, "A horse! A horset My kingdom far u ho-rfcia!" I have-him shout,  "A plane! A plane! My dictatorship  for a plane!"  The Oil for the Farmer���������A bottle  of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in the  farm house will save many a journey  for the doctor. It is not only good  for the children when taken with  colds and croup, and for the mature  who suffer from pains and aches, but  there are directions for its use on  sick cattle. There should always be  a bottle of it in the  house.  China's    new    warship    is    called  "Peace."   Hereafter   it  will   be 'con*  needed that the Chinese understand a  jokev  *N  224 l"'������r������ti������l.n Avo,, Wln������il]>������-il, Man.  I,nml HiilMIyi'-,, < liUttury. Mim,  CinutJu Hldtfi KAa-kul^ii    .        , .  ���������racIIU* lllria.,, viini.M-.f'rm.'r, ll.cr,  TJ10 Poor Man*H Friend.���������Put up in  e-mail bottles'that aro easily portable  and sold for a very small sum, Dr,  Thomas' ' Eclectric Oil possesses  ���������powf-r In concentrated form. Its  cheapness and the varied uses to  which It can bo nut make It the poor  man'������ friend. No dealer's stock is  complete without It.  ?sr>  CAMA������'IAMfcS.EE.������IiaE  ^er=r  **>.  U, 37&-S  Woodpeckers and .literary crltJcs  tnakc their living by picking- holm,  in  tlitugs.  S.������lnlnient.. '  'CUTICURA HEALS  SKIN JROUBLE  Sore Eruptions Broke Out Over  Face.  Itched and Burned,  "My trouble began with'little,  aore eruptions which broke out oil  over my face. They itched and  burned ro that I always wanted to  be scratching, and when I scratched  them they got larger ond then dried  up. Some nlghta 1 could not sleep,  very well.  " I tried other remedies but they  did not help me. 1 had the trouble  over five weeks >*>hen I began u������.lng  Cuticura fc>omi> and Ointment, ������*wd  In twr> weeks I wis healed."  (Signed) George W. Herebuk, Bo*  55,  Cbipmnn, Alta., Oct. 8, 1927.  Daily uae of Cuticura Soap, with  touched of Cuticura Ointment ni*  required, keep* the oltln frenh,  ���������smooth and cl������-������r. Cuticura. Talcum  la an Ideal toilet powder.  I luapl* S������������k ������rw fcy M*U    AMhrn.* t>������i������tlIiLi.  U*pJil:   "BtJ������b**ur*, tUL. U.-mUrtM*mJM*.������, Hm.������  I t.4u. t4���������,i4,^>���������. *., ������.ww *.r.w. 4*������*������~A, -r-"-.w  Cultctirai ."ih*wl������������* Slick **���������������������.  *'     TOOTH  TURNS  BLACK  Your white pearly- teeth have perhaps excited the admiration of your  friends and your pride in them is  fairly pardonable.  But one day a tooth that you had  been intending to have "fixed"  ceased to bother you until by and  by you noted with some little alarm  that this tooth was quite dark in contrast to its fellows.  Or, perhaps; your dentist because  of your neglect found it necessary to  remove the pulp from a tooth, following which operation you found with  some dismay that it had changed  color, and noticeably so.  Now, what has caused it?  Contrary to your idea, possibly, a  tooth gets its shade, not from tbe  outer enamel covering, which is almost colorless, but from the array  of colors in the underlying body of  dentine.  As a sequence to pulp death and  decomposition, we have a dislntegra*  tion of the blood elements with tho  production of pigments or color compounds. These permeate tho dentinal  structure through its many littlo  tubuli and aro reflected through the  almost transparent enamel, giving  the to6th its shade; this is the principal source of discoloration.  A less f requentv cause is f roni the  uso of remedial agents employed in  tooth treatments, many of which  havo the property of staining Uio  dental substance.  Now, unfortunately, as you can ace,  all of tho scouring that you may do  is of no avail���������like tlio historic, spot  o������  "Macbeth"���������It will not "out."  However, your dentist by employing bleaching agents within ihe tooth  cavity can with fair success restore  41... qlinr1.'. 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The - massive' "snow-capped  peaks ' seemed- to impart' a new  strength to"; his being] "I'll not qiiit.  I'm  going "'to; matte   g������?6d,"   he  said  o'l*irnlv. '    .**'"*'������  STANDARD^     T  P^QUAUfr-  . MAKE  POR OVER     \^^���������*>  SO YEARS ^ p&i i E,r\  =>  THE CRIMSON  ���������"'" ' 'WEST'  AL.EX. PHIL.IP  Published by Special Arrang-ement  With Thomas Allen. Publisher,  Toronto, Ont.  CHAPTER- XI���������Continued.  Fresh from - nis exercises and  shower, his cheeks red, his- dark eyes  shining* with, the clear glow-of health,  his step   springy   and , free,  Jjonald  was a picture of rugged health and   slipped on *his running shoes.  strength. But for  all this   apparen*  ������������������ - While bn;" liis" * daily- ' Vuh ' around  Stanley". ?ark the next afternoon  Donald was attracted by a horse and  rider standing on. Prospect. Point.  The rider- was interested in a huge  white* liner plowing her' way. through  the Narrows,' bucking a head tide.  The horse, a noble animal, with full  mane/' and,, tail, was restive," rocking  and prancing in'his eagerness" to he  off. ~  ^.When Donald lifted his eyes to  the rider he saw a "beautiful, haughty  face with skili of a'milky whiteness,  a heavy mass of dark brown hair,"  neatly coiffed under a trim riding  hat, and*a' pair of wonderful 01'ows  eyes that suddenly grew cold.  A shower of dirt and pebbles stung  Donald's' * face as the horse was  swung, about as though, on a pivot  and with .its rider was off like a  wind.  "A thoroughbred," he exlaimed, as  he watched the rider until she turned  a corner in the drive. "Two of them!  And she thinks I am a low-down  masher," he added ruefully.  That afternoon he went through  fifteen rounds of boxing, 'finishing  strong and fresh to tackle pulleys  and punchihg-bag.  Andy was joyful. "It will never go  twenty rounds,-me lad. That straight  left of yours alone would stop- 'im  in 'arf that-time.1"  "This is* my last day of road-  work," remarked Donald to his  friend   on   Friday   afternoon,  a^-  he  tnat- dress,  Doug?"  V  asked  here   in  Janet. -  "janet,"- gsicL her brother in '���������������" low,  mysterious voice,. "I've jgot" the fellow  ��������� that tr������ed"to flirt with you'yesterday;  he's in there."He pointed to the bush.  "The poor fellow is a confirmed flirt;  has it in its worst form. I beg of  you, Sister, be lenient, be merciful.  He thinks you are a Greek goddess."  He tapped his forehead significantly.  Donald cursed the . irre]$ressible  youth's, sense.%of humor. If he could  THE EASY WAY  it,  outward brightness, inwardly he felt  rebellious. Douglas' invitaton had  brought a .great longing for the comforts of his past life. Why should  he assume the role of a pugilist to  bke out an existence? Why wear  shabbyi fclothes. and, even- ;know the  pang^*of:Hhngerf?- He had biit-.to wire  his -father-that he was'destitute and  plenty-������>������ money avould be forthcoming. ,     -         ���������    -       A big "steak at "Old Joe's" furnished  , him a hearty  meal.  As he selected  sa^ly-  -5?tB"e ^onrey- from his "meagre stlpgly x  ~df cash to pay his  check,  Old Joe  bent    his     grizzled   head    forward.  "Don't    go   hungry;    come   in   any  ���������   time."  "Thanks, Joe."  Donald was in a dark mood.  He  :  heard the sound of happy laughter  coming from a saloon on the corner.:  f There behind  those   swinging '.doors'  was momentary recess from worldly  cares. Ke  stood in the door of the  restaurant and looked across the Inlet at the twin .peaks, known as the  "Lions," which guard the entrance to  Vancouver's   harbor.   The   sun; >yas  I  setting in a mass of fleecy cloudsr;  | the clouds became a luminous gauze.  S and  a  golden splendor  spread  over  i  the water. The moutaine were suffused in violet, while the snow-fields  took oh a faint stain of rose. Donald's face glowed as he watched.  "Some country!" he breathed.  He  ' y turned to catch a friendly ������3mile from  '.. Old Joe as he worked over his range.  i    "And  some  people!"   he   added   fer-  !"���������, vently. s f y f y P. > "P  Once more he turned to the inoun-  *   tains. The glow had vanished^'-and .the  .   Lions stood in bold relief against the  As he and Douglas neared Prospect Point Donald's thoughts turned  to the girl of yesterday. "She wias  haughty as a princess." Unwittingly  he had spoken his musings * aloud.  "Whats that?" queried his companion.  "I *w;as talking to myself," laughed  Donald.  "Bad sign! You are either in love  or old age has ivertaken you. Too  bad!"    Douglas    wagged    liis    head  may as-well tell you," confided  Donald; "I saw a Greek goddess  mounted on an Arabian charger yesterday.'  Douglas threw out his hand tragically. "Donald, my poor friend! I  am afraid that I hit you too hard  in that last rouBLd^.| he said in a voice*  of moblfr coih^assion. '���������.   -     ,  ;Ddnald stopped ^hort. "Look!" he  cried, pointing excitedly,   "there she  is!"        " -w.-y'  "I'll be jiggered!" exclaimed Douglas.  "Don't blame ypu^fbut isn't she*?a  .peach?^ said Dpnklcfc admiringly. &  ;.~:\JDphgfas iaursty outr'\ laughing, f "Rp  you know, who that is?"  he  asked  with a peculiar inflection.  "I told you ��������� a Greek goddess,  mount " a  "That's   my   sister,   Janet,"  inter-  MEDICINE FOR  YOUNG GIRLS  Mothers Endorse Lydia E. Pink-  .   ham's Vegetable Compound  Sydney, N. S.���������"My seventeen year  old daughter took Lydia 13. Pinlcham's  VoKotablo Compound for weakness  and pains. Sho could not ro about  much with tho other -girls ns bIio was  not strong enouRh, We got six bottles  and it did tier a grout turn. Shew working out now in a store and walks three  miles every morning nnd back in thc  ovonlntar."���������Mus. Mauy Vanck, 44  LiiiKan Road, Sydney, N. S,  Pinewood, Ont.���������"I constantly hnd  pains in my back and side, and "spent  two days in heel every; month. I have  rupted Douglas. . -S .  Donald^s 'mouth opened. He stared  at his friend. "Your what?" he exploded,    .-:*���������/���������. \< ������������������     ������������������  . ^,   :��������� , /". ',  "Oh,- I forgot! Poor fellow!" said  Douglas, solicitously, as his face assumed a mournful expression. "I'll  certainly have to, pull my punches  hereafter." He leaned toward Donald  and, placed his lips close to his ear.  "S-l-s-t-e-r," he. spelled, slowly. "Does  the^oldbcah grasp it?"? -  "Cut tho comedy," growled Donald  as he jerked Douglas to the side of  the road out of sight'of the equestrienne. "Good heavens! Your sister!"  he groaned, "and she thlhlcs I am  a masher."  "    . , .       '  "Why "Shotdd she think that of  yau?"     * " ���������  * Donald   told   him   of   yesterday's?  occurrence, ��������� ,  "This is1 great!" chuckled Douglas.  "Conie and meet my sister,, Donald.  I'll tell hor that you can't help flirting, and that will fix things" tip all  right. I'll call her." He grinned facetiously. ..,.,,  "Don't you dare! You������������������" Donald  warned.  Douglas avoided ...Donald's wild  clutch, ran.'loV'tho;[centre of rt"}iG Wad  nnd-waved his* arm. ,: , r"y /',; ..  have reached the humorist at  that |  moment he would have pitched him  into the Inlet without compunction.  Janet eyed her. brother with disapproval. "What are you talking  about, Doug? Have you taken leave  of your  senses entirely?"  "I will bring forth the erring  "knight for you to censure," rejoined  her brother, bowing low in exaggerated deference. "Ho!"- he shouled,  leave thy woodsy" "bower, Sir Don,  the goddess - awaits -thee.'"  ^Seeching inwardly, Donald .tried to  appear dignified as he stepped to-the  road, but the attempt was a dismal  failure.    How    could    one    approach  anything like  dignity when  dressed  in a pair of, running trunks, a torn  and frayed jersey, socks turned down  over   a  pair   of   dirty   tennis   shoes,  and  .without  hat  or  coat? .All  this  added .to. the fact  that he "faced a  battery of two -i>ig brown eyes, who  thought him a masher. The greatest  actor   in   the world   would   fail to  register   dignity   under   such conditions.   He  had    a   confused   remembrance   of   a  jumble-of  words  that  went for-a formal introduction, -llie  felt his  face hot,  and knew he was  blushing furiously, which did not add  to his composure. "  The girl looked down curiously,  but not without interest, at the era-  ,barrassed. young man. "       :"  Donald finally mustere^l courage  to glance up at the face'-above'him.  The deep brown eyes regarding hifa.  held just a trace of humor. The full  red lips were* parted to show a flash  of white, even  teeth.  "It Is a pleasure to .meet you  even under such inauspicious circum-.  stances," stammered Donald, lie  turned to glance at the grinning  cause of his discomfiture. "I would  suggest, Miss Rennie, that you have  a doctor waiting at your home, as I  intend to commit mayhem on the person of your brother as soon as ypu  have gone."   '  (To Be Continued.)  "Thou hast dealt well" with Thy  servant, O Lord, according unto Thy  word."^-Psalms cxix, 65.  Eeneath the splendor of Thy ehoicef  Thy perfect choice for me I rest;  Outside it now I dare not live,  5-'  Within it  I  must  needs be   blest.  Jean  Sophia Pigott. .  I would rather be what God_ chose  to make me thjln the most glorious  creature tliat I could* think of. For  to have been- thought about,���������born  in God's thoughts,���������and then made  by God, is the dearest, "grandest, 'most  precious .thing in all;thinking.  George' MacDonald.  ^l������S.^t-^      ^.^v/-l -It T,A1������  - inousanus  oil,, to  increase vitality "and  ! Scott's Emulsion  ���������  ���������  i  ���������at  a  I  is the easy and pleasant way to  exact the most out of cod-liver  oil to reinforce your body with  strength to build resistance.  *r   Scott & Bowne. Toronto, Ont. 25-58  I  ���������  n  I  a  I  A Reliable Thermometer  Great Eiffel  Tower   Changes   Height  According to the Temperature  The Central Meteorological "Bureau  of Paris has  verified  the  fact   that  the   Eiffel  Tower  increases   and  de-  Sleep is the great nourisher of m-   creases, i31 height   according ',to   the  fants, and without peaceful sleep the * . ~ .    . ,, *L,  child will not thrive. This cannot be  temperature. This is  perfectly clear  got  if  the  infant  be  troubled "with  and understandable.  worms. Miller's Worm Powders will!     it is added that as a result of this  destroy worms .and drive them -from;'   ^-geableness of the famous tower,  due to  the weather,  "ordinary Par-  i, sj_l8S1, and afterwards the child's!  rest will be undisturbed. The powders  cannot injure the most delicate baby,  and there is nothing* so effective for  restoring the health of a worm-worn  infant. *-  isians have long been accustomed tc  decide what to wear by a glance a1  the tower."  Tourists* Aid Development  The tourist is often the forerunner  of the homemaker and investor. He  visits the country" and sees with his  own eyes the character of its people  a*ndf. resources, and if he later returns  to- settle or invest he is able to do.  both in a more satisfactory manner.  =3  ^Minard,s Liniment���������Popular for 50  years. /-  There is in Fifth avenue, New York  a  12-storey   apartment   building   in.\  'which every door knob is gold plated.  Jtn one flat-every hinge, door handle  and key is of gold.     r        . ?  .Isn't it funny how people entirely  ���������toithput- principle manage to draw, so  much interest? . .��������� ..y.^y. ... .;y-,-**;  .     -   ���������      -, ays  liavo them in the houuu. I lmvo l-ucom--  mouded your good medicine to several  Wends and have given it to my 1.7  yr>t������r-������1������l   gSrl,"���������Mrt.s.   Ar.FUKU   OlfR-  lotte, Pincwood, Ontario.  W. N, U*. 1754  PROBLEM FOR  YOUNG MOTHERS  Stomach troubles cause most of the  distress of babyhood and childhood,  and are the greatest problem'that' a  young mother has to solve. The treatment for these digestive disturbances  that make baby cry continually and  disturb his sleep must be quick and  effective, ancl, labove all, perfectly-  safe.     ���������'     ��������� ���������  The absolutely safe treatment for  disturbances of the stomach and  bowels is. found In Baby's Own Tab?  lets. Thousands of mothers have  had, their problem solved through  thorn. They are guaranteed to be  free from all injurious drugs and'  cannot possibly do harm to even Uio  youngest babe���������they always do good,  Baby's Own Tablets regulate the  stomach and bowels: banish constipation and indigestion*, break lip  colds nnd simple fevers anl promote*  that health-giving* sleep -which is so  necessary to tho. welfare of the baby  or growing.child. The Tablets are  sold Iiv all mculieino dealers or by  mail at 26c a box from Tho Dr. Will-  lams'  Medicine Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.  Charleston Dance Contest  Judged By England's Leader  - MissLeslie���������Sutton.chief judgeofthe  Charleston contest for|England,writest  "My uniauie- position in the dancing  world today would never have happened  if I had not taken care of my health.  1 constantly had that tired out, depressed feeling, with' sick -headache*  indigestion, biliousness caused by  the poisons of constipation.  Your mild laxative Ras been of valu������  : able assistance in keeping my system id  a daily healthy condition?'-''���������>'?''  CARTER'S UTTLE LIVER PIlXS  All druggists���������25c and 75c red pkgi.  'sm&mtW- ���������  Try It Yourself j Too!  You Can See Why a <LayerbiU  Lasts Longer  We would hsrily advise you to terar up a ntw Eveready  Layerbilt tb firid out* why -It !������������*.������ longer���������Tint otter you  have.finished one of these batteries,'pull it ������partl  You'll see. how solid -with turrent-maUlne element* lt'wu  ' ���������and  how  evenly  tho wido' plates  ol  carbon  and *lnc  wore   away,   eivlnc  the   \������%t bit of  enerey  betore your  LayerbUt finally "sinned off.'  You'll marvel   at  the   great Improvement  over tha old  , types  ol batterlea with  their round  cell  epnstnietlon-��������� * _  md.wa know that you'll be satisfied, that the Ions Ilea  and  economy  of  your  "Layerbilt was  not Just   a lucky  accident or  a  mystery,  but ������ certainty  of long.service,  and economy baaed on aclentlfit^eonstruction, ^hlch you  -can   count   upon   with   every   Eveready   Layermlt     a  ' 'Battery. ,   ,,.,;,.,;   ������������������; . ���������..���������'*���������  Canadian Nat Jonal Carbon Co., larnitcd  -Caluary ^^^^...^.w Montreal  Vancouver TORONTO Wlnnlpeu  Owning Eveready Battery Station CKNCJTorontm  "Oh, Janet," ho shouted.  . Donald shook an anrry Hat at hia  rcad-V haa 15������ mcn Ln lxct claBHfif3-  tovinentdi*Tana- BpranB to tho shelter <���������'"-R **-o������������bnnicit.  ������nirinCcrin--.  of the treew. There wiu  a thud of  hool'8, a BnatturJnif ii tje-utvcl, mid I'm.  Kcuind of ere akin r; leather.  "What In thc world aro you doing I , MLuurd'H  Miss Olive .*Wiliiams runs an avia;-  tion  ach'ool" oh LonR* lalnnd and ti\-  8h������  teachcfl mechanlcft, engineering, airplane construction and navigation,  nt wo-11 an more piloting,  Liniment     for     wHitf*:  \  11-207  . irt * r\ ir~\   /O  ?������rr������9 wtw BArre&y pows^ T133S CBE8TON BBTCEW  v.  Local and Personal  Pigs Foe Sai.b���������Duzoc-Bertrshires,  J, P. Rose, Creston.  Mra. Pearson of Moyie was a weekend visitor-w Ifeh Mrs. Frsases.  CtDSB Vinbgar���������Finest quality, at  50c gallon.   A. Mirabelli. Creston.  Keith Xidgate of Nelson 3s renewing  acquaintances in Creston this week.  Charles Moore arrived from Nelson  to spend the weekend with his trtaily  here,  Fo������ Reniv-Five-room house. Apply A. Anderson, Victoria Avenue  Creston.  on   a  Chas.  Feraie.  A. 33. Davies, who has been  visit with his daughter, Airs.  Armstrong, left on Friday for  G. W. Watcher of Edmonton, Albs.,  spent a few days in Creston last week,  a guest of his uncle, W, EL Watcher.  Pbyl-  CSi^Oi-d  Pigs   Fo������   SAi3r-YorkshiresL six  03"SStORaj  -^    ������5 e������va.     P.   w.. afoot*  " For Sai.e���������Registered Silver foxes,  reasonable prices. Mrs. F. Putnam,  Brickson.  .SSSss M. Greene of Cranbrook is a  visitor this week with Miss Margeory  Bibth���������On September 25tbs to Mrc  and 'Mrs. B. R. Merrifct (nee HapSon*  stall), a. son.  Frank Romano Who has been at  Kasslocps for the past few weeks, bus  returned home.  Fob Sale ��������� Purebred Yorkshire  pigs, six weeks old. $3 each. D. I/ear-  raio nth, ^Creston.  Mis. Keflfer of New Denver is a  Creston visitor this week, a guest pf  Mrs. R. Stevens.  Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Speers were  visitors at Spokane a few days the  fore p rt of tbe week.  Mrs. Bes&wick and daughter of  West Creston are visiting with Spokane frieuds this week.  J>r. Mittun of Cranbrook, formerly  in chiropractic practice at Creston,  was here "for the1 weekend.  Mrs. Walter Fisher of Nelson, a  former resident of Creston, is on a  visit with friends here this week.  Fob Satb���������251927 Legnorn jwllets,  laying, 75 cents each. A. fcr. Cox.  Vaness Ranch (Alice Siding-), Creston.  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  ACT AMENDMENTS  PKE-EBSE'TEONS  Vacant, unreserved, surveyed Crown  lands may be pre-empted by British  subjects over 18 years of age, and by  aliens on declaring- Intention to become  British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation, and Improvement  for agricultural purposes.  Full information concerning regulations regarding* pre-emptions, Is given  In Bulletin No. 1, Land Series, "How  to Pre-empt Land." copies of whicli can  be obtained free of charge by addressing the Department of Iaands, Victoria,  B.C, or to any Government .Agent.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes,  and which Is not timberland, I.e��������� carrying over 5,000 board fee* per acre  west of the Coast Range and 8,000 feet  per acre east of that range.  Applications for pre-emptions are to  be addressed to the ]Land Commissioner  of the Land Recording Division in  which the land applied for Js situated,  and are made on printed forms, copies  of which can be obtained from the Land  Commissioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and Improvements made to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivating at least five acres,  before a Crown Grant can be received.  For more detailed information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt Land."  PURCHASE  Applications are received for purchase  of vacant, unreserved Crown Lands,  not being timberland, for agricultural  purposes; minimum price of first-class  (arable) land Is |5 per acre, and second  class (grazing) land $2.50 per acre.  Further Information regarding purchase  or lease of Crown lands Is given in Bulletin No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase  and Lease of Crown Lands."  Mill, factory or Industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the conditions including payment of atumpage.  HOMESITE LEASES  trnstirveyed areas not .cxccecMaag 20-  acres may be leased as hometdtes, conditional upon a dwelling being erected  in the first year, titlo being obtainable  after residence-.and improvement conditions are fulfilled and land haa been  surveyed.   ������������������������������������?.?;:  LEASES  For graxlng and Industrial purposes  areas not e&cccdUns C-50 atari* may im  leased by one person or a company.  GRAZING  Under the Grazing Act the Province Is divided Into gnudnir districts  and tlie range administered tinder a  Gmx&ag: commissioner, Annual grassing- permits are issued baaed ont numbers ranged, priority being given to  established owners. Gto^k-owii*tr������������ wmy  xortn aBBocIfttlona for runge msms&a*-  ment. Free, or partially tfreo permits  are available for settlaro, campers ox  traveler*, up to turn head.  y������ AKX^D ���������-TO" i-eub, iour co six room  house, furnished or unfurnished,, stat**  rent.    Write Box 64, Review Office.  " XiUtfaeran Church service at the  residence of Geo. Nickel at il a.m.,  Sunday, Oct. 14th.    Sunday school at  Vici' Paulsen of the Kootenay  Qarage, Cranbrook, was a business  visitor at the Creston banch on Monday. / ���������    / ' :"  A. Kosseis of CroWsncst is here Sa  charge of the C.P.R. depot, while W.  B. Martin is on his usual two weeks'*  vacation.  Henry Chester of Cranbrook* a.  former assistant C.P.K. sgent at  Creston, was renewing acquaintances  Cju  jj ntjtiMy.  The first killing frost of the season  was encountered yesterday Ksorraing  when ihe mercury got down to 20  above zero.  The Presbyterian fLudies Auxiliary  have booked the night of Thursday,  Novenihei 8th, for their usual Thanksgiving dinner.  Miss B. Johnson and Miss Nelson of  Lethbridge, Alberta, are guests this  week of the former's parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Emit Johnson.  For SAts��������� Wool filled bed comforters, "handmade, very warm and  good. Yotn choice of cover. M.  Knott, Erickson, B.C  C.P.R. ahent W. B. Martin is taking his usual two weeks' -vacation at  present, and is this week on a visit  with friends sn Nelson.  Q. C. Scott, editor of the magazine  section of the Daily Province, who is  making a tour of the JBLootenays, was  a Creston caller ou Saturday.  Mrs. Maxwell and Miss Hunter of  the public school teaching staff, were  visitors ai Cranbrook at the end of  the week, returning on Sunday.  ' Work is to start at once on grading  and gravelling Vancouver street and  Hillside road, the recent rains putting  them in good shape for   operations.  Fernie Free Press: Mrs. I*. E.  Mead, off Creston. who is en route to  California, is the guest of her son and  daughter-in-law, Mr. and -Mrs. G. D;  Mead.  Vic. Mawson has. just bonked the  agency for the Riverside Nursei ies bf  Grand Forks, and will he visiting the  orchardfcts for orders for spring  delivery.  Fob Sale ��������� Eight tons alfalfa,  borne, about 1000 lbs., buggy, sleigh,  harnesH, cultivator. Also quantity  chickens. II, E. Oetenddrf (Alice Siding), Creston.  Rossland Miner: H. X. Robinson off  Creston, arrived here last week and  left for the home of his parents in  Victoria Friday evening with his two  infant children.  At the election off officers for the  Kootenay-Boundnry conference Women's Institutes Mrs. R. Stevens was  elected to tbe executive of five, and  has   been  chosen secretary treasurer  Murdock McLeod, the well known  registered optometrist, will be nt  Erickson on Thursday, October 18th.  Make appointments with Roy Telford,  who will arrange to have a car call for  you and bring you back.  Creston School  Report. Sept.  Division 1���������D, Stall wood. Principal.  Percentage attendance. 00.11.  Highest standing: Grade 8���������Iris  Taylor, Sarah Quinn, Fayo Tompkins.  Grade 1���������Jack Quinn, Dorothy Marshall, Clifford Greer.  Perfect attendance���������Hubert Hen lata er. Minnie Downes, Clifford Greer,  Kathleen Gwer, Jack Grundy, Jean  Henderson, LeRoy Johnson, Marjnrie  Loarmonth. Frances Lowia, Roland  Miner, Dorothy Marshall, Francis  Moore, Geoige Murrell* Dorothea  Mucdonnld, Arthur Nichols, Sarah  Q.uEnn. Vi'lana Bcrntz, Allan Sneers.  j-iuyd 'i'limuplcton, Guy Torchia, KIbh  WiJIis, Jack Young, IHs Taylor,  Division 2���������J..O. Kirk, Teacher.  Percentage attendance, 07.28.  Highest standings:   Grade 7���������Tony  Morabito. Kate Payne, Vera' AScGone-  gal. Grade <0���������Recthn PbIIUns,Noriua  Marshall, Edith Rent*.  u ifi'3*.  u\Xm*H..u*v0 ~~ ������B������y     hiini���������������  Jnnuw Downes. Jack Johnston, 1'ony  Morabito, Vera McGonegal. Arthur  Spcm-ts, K*tw Payiit-, Helen Hopwood,  Hesper Lewis, Margaret Miller,  lis McDonald, Nellie Payne,  York, Bert Morrow, Robert Dickson,  Daisy Trevelyan, Reetha Phillips*  Dorothy Palmer. Martha Torchia,  Lucille Davis, Harry Johnson, Paul  Paulson, JSdith Rentz. Norma Marshall.  Division S���������Miss Wade, Teacher.  . Percentage attendance, 93.26.  Highest standings: Grade 6b���������Marion Quinn, Ethel Sutcliffe, Eleanor  Sprats and* Billy Ferguson equal.  Grade 4b~*-The������ Tompkins, -Norman  Nickel, Mairgiirt't Torchia.   -  Perfect attendance���������jyuuglas Aider*  son,.Staynibria Bevan. Arthur Dodd,  George " Do4d������: Clarence Enibiee,  Billy Fe"pg������isan, WiSHs Greer,  Ruth Hare,: v. Margare t Henderson,  Stuart Hilton, Emmett Johnson. Hoi  ger Johnson, Genevieve? Matkin,  Hnghena.Mc-Or^ath, Hazel McGonegal,  Norman Nickel, Edwin Pendry, Marion Quinn, Eleanor Spratt, Ethel  Sutcliffe, Theo Tompkins. Margaret  Torchia, Treasa Torchia, Charlie  Taylor.  Division 4���������-Miss Holmes. Teacher.  Percentage attendance, 01.24.  Highest standings: Grade 3, Senior  ���������Doris Ben itiger, Doris Ferguson.  Clara Paulson; Grade 8, Junior���������-  Beryl Palmer.Gordon Martin, William  Weir. Grade 2 Senitr���������Campbell  York and Ruby Palmer equal, Jean  Speirs, Stanley Hendren. -  Perfect  attendance���������Elena   Andro-  soff,    William    Craig.    Ruth     Davis,  DoriK    Ferguson,     Charles    French,  Stanley      Hendren.     Egon     Hollm,  Thomas     iLewis,     Gordon      Martin,  Helen McCreath, Irwin Nickel, Beryl  Palmer, Clara Paulson, Eva  Phillips,  Norman   Phillips,     Thomas     Quinn.  John   Ross,    Jean   Ryckman,    Ariel  Schade,  Jean   Spiers,   Jessie   Spratt,  Richard   Trevelyan,    Edra    Walkey,  William 'Weir,  Campbell York. Lilly  Pederson.     .     :���������"  :  Division 5���������Miss Hunter Teacher.  Percentage attendance, 90.10.  Highest standings: Grade 2 Junior���������  Georgma Paulson, Russell Gabelhei,  Marguerite Grant. Grade 1���������Vivian  Matkin, Olive Ryckman, Ethel Morrow. -  Perfect attendance���������Margare? Dent,  Blsa Foerster, Russell Gabelhei, Mar-!  sruerite Grant, Hrsiest HiiS^Fred McKay, Vivian Matkin,. Georgina Paulson, Ruth Pederson. Mary Richardson  Maud Ross, Olive Ryckman, Hose  Stewart, TheSraa Stuart.  ~  A W&nndeUtm*& Day &i  Crmsion Fall Fair  Here's wtshSng" for another day  _   Ah jolly as~the lest. \  So let us hope its coming-soon;  OGeel That-ride was fast.  1  AH roads lead to Oreston���������  The fall fair's on today��������� "  From Wynndel an&ta ������.:ster  They've entered a display.  Tbe teachers with their charges  Are anxious as the rest  To know which nlace thejiidse*  -Have voted  ������s������he best.  Congrats I You girls did splendid;  Its Wynndel got the shield.  Come on. you boys and girlies,  JL-et's meet them in the fieiri.  The first event looks hopeful,  Th������ kids are r������irss*j:*sg w*?!!;  Stay with it, everybody.  Until the final bell.     -'  It's Creston wins the Sports Cup,  But Wynndei's second best.  So hurry-on, yod youngsters.  And get you home and rest.  Hurray I The worry's ovei.  Now, bow about the dance P  Can't go !   Why that is silly���������  You'd pass in Paris, France.  Your dresses they are splendid;  Your shoes no"one will see;"  Come on, girls, let us chance it;  Hurray IV-well, now for tea*  .  The hall is hot and crowded;  But we should care a rat���������  Our parly's far to jolly  To worry oyer tnafc.  ' Its time to get a mojre on, :  Poor Norman's got to toil.  So let us find the roadster.  ' Or late���������bis day'twould spoil.  Pile in ! She'll carry everyone;  We are a Happy lot.  Oh, boy, its cold out in the air���������  The hall was very hot.  We're off! The moon is lovely.  Crash!   Bump 1  What's happened  / now?'  We hit the ditch, and not the road ;  My -wrist!   Your shins! "O, wowI  O, joy! That ride is over.  I'm glad, and yet I'm not.  It's been a day I'll not forget  Unless I-change my tot.  Five Jereey oowa from the��������� Okanagan  were last  week shipped to  T,,^ _,      _��������� ^"Ml*      * ffB^S.^.��������� ������m.~~Tm.mmJm-  c--3ui8Knai,  v/mna.      ������ney   cetohed  from $130 to $175 each.  The Anglican Church rector at  Hoesland lias resigned, and will  take np his new charge at the  coast in ar>ots������ a mont)bu ..   r"7  Federal authorities are supplying  Kimberley Jttadio Club " with a  machine that is expected to rid the  town of radio interference.  For the first time in nine yeas-a  no children from Grand Forks are  a charge on the council due to  bein^ irsmates of the .Children^  Aid Society home.  BOAR FOR SERVICE  Registered  Berkshire boar for ha������v  vice,-'S2.SO.   A, G. Cdi, Vaaess.ranch  (Alice Siding). Creston.  kWUh m m  Pe*rf&st  It combines in a delightful fbrm all of  the vital things our  systems need. And  when Milk is handled  the way w-a handle it  it is the most fwhole-  somefpod obtainable.  Our chief business in  life is producing and  selling   good    Milk.  R. A. COMFORT  5i3i=3ae  H^i- ^IISIE  aSESSE  -.siaisssssi ir������������������mi  wsmit^o  10  Printing of distinction���������printing,  fine and correct, conveying the  right sentiment for every occasion.  Printing for social events���������-stationery for general use or for special  events ��������� cards, letterheads * and  invitations.  We are specialists in setting up  type for a thousand and one requirements���������each job handled and  regarded as a matter of great  importance.  I  fl  fflSfssiyf  I ML   tmc.5 e UN    KEl������BfcW  COMMERCIAL  PRINTING  DEPT  JuKaDi&tr^^Jiiifc  ^frrjifiiarifflvs THIS  CHEflTOH  -"������*������, &> y s yyy  f  V ALU -41  L#ftA?F������>UA  gfcw������ or guiuitiuud  Is good "srood for the Kitchen Range;           A guuvS, wig luauiw  or your nearer  $2.50, delivered in town;  slisfhtly rnnvft  outside of town.     Phone youi* orders  early. ���������    --,  V./  A  gr*  *^*3*1C>.C1  8  II        *"'  R. ADIO!  -r-^jryr -jesr-rnET-i-flO  s  I.I If 1  iiiiprovenaenss in aesign ana appearance of  sets. Reductions in prices, and a promise of  a better line? of broadcast programmes wiii  make *this: a record year for*radio. Come in  and make arrangements for a demonstration  -       in your own home.. -,  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   &.    MAXWELL       .  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  Fuel dealers- at,Kimberley  have  pat the wood on a cash basis.  A government  liquor, store has  ,    JLU&  XJllIlSlI*J.a ,o������ t*jji^l.cauvri.     av       >oi-  non is using up: 26 tons of  apples  daily,     v   ~   /  New furniture and tobacco stores  have just opened  for business at  Kaslo. .  $16,000 is to be spent immediately in an enlargement of the Penticton hospital.   ." '"  1S28 auto tonrist traffic at Bonners Ferry waa at least 100 cars in  excess of 1927.  W. Foster* a ISossland hunter,  has just been fined $25 for shooting  grouse out of season.  Cranbrook has seven rooms of  high school pupils. Opening day  ~s.'^v  s^-stt^Ttds-ssss of !������?8-  J. Pitt Brooke, formerly of  Wysinde!, is now a Dominion fruit  inspector at Grand Forka  On October 15th residents of  New Denver -swill vote on the question of village incorporation  Shipping of cotton wood from  Porthili to the paper mill at Everett, Wash., has commenced.  If apples are available the Bui-  man -evaporating plant at Venltm  will run till the end of December.  Amateur theatricals are not al  ways mon:-y makers at Kasld:  The company that recently put on  au oi a oudden, Peggy, had- to  put up $6 each to make good the  deficit sustained. >  Bonners Ferry claims that_ 25  per cent, of the auto tourists yisit-  ing that town declined to stay over  ni������hb duf the fact that not enough  cabin accommodation was available  at   he auto camp.  1  f���������~yx3  x-tib or  th /a  M   *TTB  jor JL1V1/1&.  in GREAT BRITAIN  1  Musical Instruments  Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Ukaleles, Buecher  Saxaphones,  Cornets,  Trombones,   Drums.  . Dance Orchestra Instruments  Band instruments  Strings   for   Violin,   Ban|os    Mandolin,   Guitar  Ukulels.   Reeds for Saxaphone and Clarinet  MUSIG^ClassicairSecular.Popular/jazz���������SOOGS  Albums for Pianos.   Arrangements for  *    Small Orchestras.  L  THE REXALL STORE  CRESTON ORUe* BOOK STORE  GEO. H- KLEli.1^        "y yy  m&  Id Gausiti*  for  Ghristmas : Now Years  ^^���������^BkH^^hmS3mbLj^^H 5I2H'  asns  from "WINNIPEG 10 a.m. to connect with  During'  December  LOW  Round Trip  FARES  to the  o.c*8l ooJBiirci  Return Limit  Five Months  WJ  i, j ���������  ������������������;:���������'���������,:,. ;)   i -:::  SS. MINNEDOSA  froni Quebec.'November 28  Glasgow, Belfast, Liverpool.  SS. METAGAMA  from Snint John, December 7  Cherbourg, Southampton* Antwerp.  SIS. MONTCLARE  From Saint John, December 7.  Glasgow, Belfast, Liverpool.  , S.S. MERITA  From Safint John, December 14.  St. Heli(>t*(Ohnnm>l Islands)  .Cherbourg, Southampton, Antwerp.  ?  S,S. PUGHBS3..-OP ATHOLL  From Siilnt John, December IS.  Glasgow, Liverpool.  S.S. MONTROYAL  from Saint John, December 21  Gl-iagow, Liverpool.  Through Sleeping Cars from Western Points  OonnRctliijjrwUh Bneolal 1 rnina at Winnipeg,  For Choice Accommodation MdkeReservations Now  /"  I������'������H partlcwliira from any Ticket Agent of the  Cg h .' mm* __ ,       v.  mm  gg| |Mj| g3| ,JP0 ��������� gB|  gj^        Ba^ SjfA Jjf^ H *Wp M -***>  Ahvayi carry C������nadlt*n F-aelflCpmvottarti* Cheques.  Gnotl the wrvi'Icl ovor.  "We again offei the means; for���������yoiiv to send a bos of Okanagaii  Apples to yowr relatives or friends for Christmas. These are  speoially selected and packed, shipped and maintained in cold  storage until time for delivery. Special advise given to  recipients..  Any place in Great Britain or Ireland   .  $5-00, per box  (Extra Fancy Special Pack)  McINTOSHRED - JONATHAN - DELICIOUS  All orders to be in our office by Nov. 15th  ' Barnes  and  addresses mnstfhe typed or plainly printed, and  orders accompanied hy remittance,- at par in Oreston.  We   will   deliver   iirowers*   own   apples,   properly   fyaskeCi,  addressed   and   wired ready for shipment for ^2.50 per box.  These must he delivered to our locals not later than Oct. 15th.  I  Associated Growers pf B������U. Ltd.  CRgSTON, B.C. '"  I  i  aa  1  1  !  I  1  1  a  i  i  I  1  On the Leslie ranch near Bonners Ferry a 40-aere alfalfa field  has   averaged  six tons to the acre.  This yeajL.the������ Bulman  evaporat  ing plant   at   Vernon   is   handling  tree   ripened   prunes  for   the  first  time. v  The Courier claims moose are  again coming hack into tlie upper  Bull Hivsr section of the Cranbrook  district.        ���������-���������  Deaconess Miss Whit������ is helping  with United Church congregational  work for the next three months as  Rossland.      "   '   . ~   "������������������  A    oarty" "of  15  of the  British  I miners that.came.out to liflp  with  the prairiehtfrvest. are apple picking at Vernon._  According to the Vernon News  hardly one per cent, of the Okanagan Mcintosh Red apples ; wall  grade extra fancy.  y)' Shipments of cotton wood from  Porthili are expected to average  1CK000- cords a year, and will .continue for 15 years, /  The United Church pastor mt  Kossland is using moving pictures  to illustrate some of his Sunday  evening- discourses.  ; I)r. Miles is reelected president  of .''Cranbrook Radio Club, and a  drive is to he made to have ������very  radio owner Join up.  Employees at the Bulman eva  porating works ajt Vernon, numbering about 90. are served tea at 10  a.m. and 3 p.m. daily.  According    to   the   Free   Preeb  merchants   aj>   Fernie   are   losing  $10,000  a  year due to goods dam-,  aged from dust  blown   off poorly  paved city streets! v  Auto tourist traffic over the  Banff Windermere road is reported  25 per. cemt. in excess of 1927.  Some 20.000 cars passed througli  the national park gates.   ���������  Iii a SO nore field in. Drainage  District No. 4, Bonners Ferry. B.  DesVoignes has an oat crop that  threshed 94 bushels to the aore.  On five acres the average was 120  huahelfl.  y the Sack2  or Oar Boa.  Ton  g  Maple Leaf and Robin Hood Flour  Bran, Shorts. Barley Chop* Crushed Oats  Chopped Ostss Wheat  Timothy, Alfalfa* Prairie Hay t  \ '   '    '   ' "     .    ' ( *U      ,  We carry complete stocks.  4  ir. Feed, Fuel it will pay to  prices before buying elsewhere.  .   *  rv������a-������r  i-r\   rro-h  riiii������  K#KJVJT        VV.       ^^^<S.      ~   'H  HATH  BBSS S}jm    B      B   B  iaiMWIIW  MS  N ew Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  consists in- spending less than  you earn.  If by careful  economy you can  save money* you have taken a  . long step toward1 contentment*  We pay interest on,Savings bab  ances and shall welcome your  account. ^  THE CAMADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  ,   . Creston. Branch ������ B.'. J, Forbea, Manager  .j M.aiiiinw.jij tmrnwrnfmrnm, -mm  MrwaniiMwuiiwiiiiiniiiiii"  mmmAmm  mmmmmmm***mmm**WSSAAm>Asm*mm*  A^S^^^l.  ems    iSBeTesssa    tSywsgSMSr'  Shoe* and  Harness   Repairm������  I  S^fStSZaJiA &,      AvaEj-S^^^!i"-.M.M^kM.m m. '*13  |TBY OUH  ��������� .:-.   bhAMROQK PCrRK &AUSAGE  , An economical dish, easy to nerve. *  Shamrock Brand HAM,; BACON and LARD  GLEN DALE CREAMERY BUTTER^  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH nd CURED FISH ���������  a\\ varlotloB.   .  Choicest BEEb, PORK, MUTTON. VEAL, LAMB  " BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  inareufjotf emf |������iwocluctlir������Sft avid producers better poultry,   tiuy tbo t>0Bt. 1  jEE^ BsrraEw, cbeston, b. a  Red Rose Orange Pekoe is the finest  ������3  tea in the best package���������Aluminum  I he Progress of CJanada  To Aid Farm Workers  Clearing-  House   to   furnish   ^Visiter  Farm Employment May be  "Established  While no definite jiecision has been  reached yet, a central clearing- house,  from which British, miner-harvesters  will be furnished winter employment  may be located in Regina. The establishment of such a bureau, though not  necessarily In* this cit-j^ is expected  to be the outcome of a conference  held at the Parliament Buildings,  Regina, on September 12, attended  by representatives of the Federal and  Provincial Departments of Colonization, those of the two great railways,  the Government Labor Service and  the United Farmers of Canada, Saskatchewan section,  I  I Canada is forging steadily, even rapidly, to the front among the nations  of the world. In.all things 'material.'it- is making great growthylts .trade,  "both domestic and foreign, is expanding as never before, and as a result  every branch of industry is active. The country has just harvested one if  the largest crops in its history, mining discoveries and operations are proceeding von an unprecedented scale, factories are* working overtime, building operations in all provinces are reaching totals hitherto unrecord-ed;  with the" result that employment is general, wages good, and population  increasing. " '"���������;.?  ���������:��������� Important and gratifying as this material growth and prevailing* pros^  perity is to our people, a much more vital matter to Canada isf whether the  Dominion is likewise making progress in those other directions which are  essential to the upbuilding-of a nation in the truest sense. Are the Canadian  people becoming merely a nation of money-seekers, measuring tlieir success in terms of dollars and statistics..recording economic development  and growth, or are they utilizing- tlie larger advantages and increased  power which material prosperity is conferring* nponHhem to encourage anti  develop those arts and characteristics which stamp a people as truly advancing to greatness?  We believe signs generally point to the fact that the people of Canada.  are,  taken as a  whole,  more  intensely  interested  today  in  lhe  spiritual,  intellectual, moral  growth of  their  country than at any previous  period;  'that,  in fact,   they  are'.deeply  concerned,   and  very  determined   that   the  national ideals and character shs31.be maintained a.t a high level.  The widespread interest in and discussion of the subject of immigration is but one manifestation cf this spirit. Considered solely from a material  standpoint it would- probably pay- Canada to enormously increase its population jtist as rapidly as possible. Economically Canada would probably  gain by absorption by the "United States. But Canadians are Insistent that,  .quality rather than quantity shall be the governing factor in our immigration policy, and it would be hard to muster a corporal's guard of outstanding- men  who  favor the policy of United  States annexation.  Throughout Canada increasingly sympathetic attention is being given  to the assimilation of the non-British peoples within our borders into the  Canadian family. Here and there people may adopt an unfriendly and  unfair attitude towards these people, and to that extent retard the good  work,  but they are exceptions  to the generality of  Canadians.  More and  more is it being realized jthat these people are making a-real contribution | niedYcinVheTping ^  to the national life of Canada, bringing to us music, poetry, traditions and  handicrafts which are  enriching  tihis Dominion.  The increased attention being given to musical festivals and symphony  orchestras, to the establishment of art galleries and museums, to scientific research, to literature and the rapidly increasing number of libraries,  and to the steady improvement - in Canadian magazines and publications  of a better class, all go to prove that the people of Canada are nqt wholly  materially minded.  The wonderful success which has attended the application of co-operative principles ih the solution of production and marketing, problems, and  in the provision of public services for the use of all the people, is having  its inevitable effect upon the minds of all people. To an ever increasing  extent they are beginning to realize that if through loyal co-operation  they can remedy material evils and advance their individual and corporate  welfare, through ihe acceptance of the same principles and tlieir application to all phases of fjommunity, provincial and national life they can  greatly advance the welfare of the country as a Whole.  ���������'��������� Co-operation is better than competition or antagonism. Sympathetic  consideration and helpful co-operation is better than hatred and the maintenance of bitter animosities. In the practical work of co-operatioh the  Canadian people are learning that there ares two sides to almost every  question, that people, who may differ with you are just as sincere as you  are, that tha road to ultimate success and the greatest good to the greatest number lies along the path of friendly compromise rather than in continual enmity and warfare.  Canada's progress is, therefore, a well balanced progress, and because  ���������BilPIIMATIf MISERV  mi,*������a4.-v*.imta,m. m-%*   amnm+AMmmm  Relief Can Only Come Through  Better   JbSlood���������Liniments  of No Use,  In no other disease does the blood  become thih so rawidiy as in rheumatism. Not only does it become thin  but it is loaded with impurities���������rheumatic poisons. "Without the proper  treatment these poisons increase, the  inflamed joints swell and the patient  becomes a cripple. Most treatments  simply aim to keep down the pain,  hence with every unfavorable condition a renewed attack follows.  To cast but rheumatism the blood  must be enriched and the rheumatic  poisons driven out with the natural  secretions of the body. This can "best  be done through a course of Dr. William's Pink Pills, which have a specific action on the blood, giving it new  richness and redness. Thousands have  tried this treatment with beneficial  results. That every sufferer from  rheumatism who does not try Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills is neglecting the  most hopeful means of recovery is  shown by the statement of Mr. David  Carroll, Pictou, N. S., who says:���������-  "For years I was troubled with rheumatism. The pains -were not continuous, but they always returned, and  kept getting worse.���������I tried so-called  electric belts and many medicines, but  did not.-get more than temporary relief. Only those who; have suffered  from this trouble will realize what 1  suffered at times. I had begun to dis-  pair of getting better when a friend  urged me to try Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. In a short time I could feel this  tinued taking the pills , and . soon  found that every traceJ,Of the trouble  had disappeared ahd there was a.  great improvement -in my general  health. It is now two years since 1  took Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and I  have not had the least twinge of the  trouble in 'that time. That is why  I confidently recommend the pills to  other sufferers."  You can get these Pills from any  medicine dealer or by mail at 50c a  box from The Dr. "Williams' Medicine  Company, Brockville, Ont.  Canadian Amateur ��������� ��������� ^  Golf  Champinoship  L  ft  ��������� tff     :~A-a:A~A a     mw.  <���������*>* sr. *-'  UT PLUS  How French Police Work  Use  Soundless    Whistles  f to-^ Give  Alarm to Headquarters'-  ;: Policemen in, most of the" large  French towns can summon help  without being* heard. They are slip-,  plide -with whistles whose notes are  far too high-pitched for the human  ear to detect. These inaudible sound  waves are picked up by microphones  skilfully camouflaged throughout the  city, and an alarm is Hashed to central police, headquarters. ..-'������������������- "��������� '  A policeman who" sees a burglar  at at work can summon reinforcer  ments without alarming the suspect;  He can, too, direct the, sending of  aid in Morse code by using the  soundless whistle. N  What would really have, settled the  whole thing is for Mr. Kellogg to have  written into his peace; pact that no  nation engaged in war could borrow  money of'the TJnited States; f  For a headache, however painful, inhale a; little Minard's*  and bathe forehead. Speedy  relief.  Tombstone Dealer (after several  futile suggestions): How would just  a simple "Cone Home" do for an  inscription? '--y'-        ' f-  The Widow: I guess that will be  all right. It was always - the last  place  he  ever thought of going.  The House of Lords, England, may  transact certain business when there  are only three members present, not  necessarily including the Lord Chancellor.  of thia gratifying fact the people of the Dominion may look to the future  of this  very  gratifying fact tho people  of the  Dominion may look  with  unbounded confidence  to  the future if their great country.  *   - .... *. , ' ',   ..,.. ������������������...,���������>  A torch has been devised that can  cut steel in a sunken ship at any  depth.  She���������''I've been trying to think of  a word for  two weeks."  He���������"How about fortnight."  Poverty is no disgrace. At least  it is better than being a multi-millionaire  with  chronic indigestion.  Speaking*  of  serious  reading*, how  is this from the bank, "Your account  ���������i is overdrawn."  PHILLIPS^  For TrouW������������  due to Aclrt  ACIt>-3'v*'C>MACM  HBAIlTOUflH  HEAOACMt  OASfS^NAUSCA,,  Reduce  Will Be Held at Jasper Park Lodge  Next Year  Frona August  19  to  24  Authentic information was received  at Jasper National Park by the visiting Senior Golfers from Great Britain that the XJnitel  States National  Amateur   golf   tournament   will   be  held next year over Pebbles Beach,.  Calif., from September 2 to 7. With  these dates now definitely assured it  Is   also   possible   to  state positively  that the Canadian   Anxatetir   championships will be held over the Jasper  Park  Lo3ge   golf  course  next   year  from August 19 to 24. The defining  ot" these two important dates in the  golfing program for 1929 Jeaves  an  interval of a full week between tho  Canadian and U. S. Amateur events  ond it is more than likely, therefore,  ihat the Canadian championships will  attract a largo number from the gal-  lory of stars ih the United States and  other countries who will bo westward  bound  for  the  tJ.   S.   event.   Should  these  hopes  be  fulfilled,   and   every  offort is  to  be  made  by  the  Itoyal  Canadian   Golf   Association  and the  Canadian National Railways to. bring  them   to fruition, the 1929 Canadian  Amateur  championship will  bo   the  greatest event in the history of golf  in Canada.  ttici* ������.t������jn|achH, Hour Mtoinachs and  Indigestion unually mean excess ucld.  The Hlormu'h nerves are over-Htlmu-  hitijfl. Too much field makes tlie Htom-  nrli und  inU-MlJiifH Hour,  AilcJiH IcillH ucid iiihtiuitly. The bCBt  form in Phillips' Milk of Mmrneuia, because one hui'iailtiss, tuHtelcHH dose  ncutrallzon many timen its volume in  M.ts.tA.     .jltii.i       *>*.*..     ... . i.i4t.t,44ii    ,4,4    ,,fc,t*.Ji.J    4*f^ O,  It linn remained tho    standard    with  phy:S.vl:n\s eve:ywhrre.  Tnl<o a spoonful Itt water and your  unhappy condition will probably end  in Ave minutca. Then you will alwnya  /enow what to do. Crutlo and harmful  methods will never appeal to you. Co  prove this for your own sake, "it mny  save a. groat many disagreeable hours.  Uo sure to got tho genuine Phillips'  Milk of Magnesia prescribed by pliysl-  cIm.*,.* 2"i#i' 1*0 jr'tJtX.'t. Sn ������.;<������r*,<'t,".iiiK' t-xceHfl  acids. Eueh bottle contains full diroe-  tlona any clriigAi.or������i,  If a huge cistern, lavge enough to  cover Trafalgar Square an������5 as high  ns Nelson's column, were built as a  water-tank, London would empty It  twice daily.  Wo havo often* wondered, in our  innpeent way, whether the inventor  of tho telephone booth hi so designed  the breakfast nook,  7tli:,..tt't. "j������j������i4it������<������.i������������.  ������t.t   mgtrkmittm.  I  The whole world knows Aspirin as an effective antidote for  in.  But it's just as important to fenozv that there is only ono  pai  ?murine Aspirin. The name Bayer is on every tablet, and on the  wsc. If tli*. mme Bayer appears, it1?, genuine; and if tt doesn't,  it is notl Headaches arc dispelled by ������������������'Aspirin. So are colds, and  the pain that goes with them; even neuralgia, neuritis, ancl rheumatism promptly relieved. Get Aspirin���������at any drugstorc���������witli.  proven directions.  Physicians prescribe Aspirin;  it does NO I affect the heart  .������.������������,'i!u .. lu* ir.t\m mark irrfi.trtM in 0������n*<fa'   inrtic������Mnpr mayor M������������ni'������ci<iri.   WhH������ It  tm waH icn^wKiiiut: AMplrln m#������n������J lujor m*nurr������!luT^, ia ntaura tha imU.IIc ������ea.lujt liulULr  ;1;.������!'_    jl^   'i','"-. [:���������   r'A.A.   u.   ^i;.,,^   V.>i���������   i-~������i   ' .m.i.j\-.   Uaia"   umwi.;.. THE   BEVXEWy  SSftESTOST,   B4   fl  /*  //*  TO INVESTIGATE  MARKETING OF  Fire Takes: Four Lives  POLICY IS CRITICIZED  Winnipeg. -*- Conditions surrounding the marketing of* the wheat crop  are the* main' concern at present' of  W. R. Motherwell, federal mintste-frof  agriculture, who was here in connection with departmental business.  Immediately following his arrival  in th-a city, Mr. Motherwell wei^t with  the Board ������f ��������� Grain'Commissioners "to  the Grain Exchange for a meeting  with the'Inspection staff. He spent"a  day  at Fort William inspecting the  *^i<a������irJ15v������o"    ������-*4*    ������tt������.q5������i    fttA,./* ."Pli o    TTrtlm ���������  ister indicated that invastigatlon into some conditions' pertaining to the  marketing of Canadian wh^at" was in  progress, partly as a result', of ^complaints which he had heard in the  British Isles during his recent trip  in connection with the,marketing of  last year's crop. -    ���������_   . " "  In his investigations abroad, Mr.  Motherwell o-vas. guided by the relation of Canadian production and  trade to that of the countries he visited, keeping a sharp lookout fox  methods - which might b������ applicable  in Canada, and opportunities for marketing of Canadian products. He.  found in the British Isles a^ strong  sentiment for empire products", built,  as far as Canada' was concerned, on  proven* quality. . He intimated that  Canada could market . four or.. five  times as much dairy produce by  doubling her production, and exporting the surplus over consumption.  While in Winnipeg, Mr. Motherwell plans to visit |he Rust Research  Laboratory at the Agricultural College, and he will consult the members of his staff in the various  branches of the department here.  When "Farm --House   Kear 1 Brandon  Was Completely Destroyed  -Brandon? Man.���������--Four..persons wei'fc  burned to death whenfthe .farm home  of Alex Wilson,_ near Moore Park,  ������SJan., was destroyed -by fire.  The dead: Mr. fajawT Mrs. Alex Wilson; Mervin Wilson, their son, and  Miss. Sarah Wilson, Mr. "Wilson-k  sister. "     ,   ,-  The fire was discovered by I. - M'.  Harrison, a, neighbor, when he was  awakened by" the reflection of the  .flames upon his windows. He put  on his clothing and rushed out to dis-  cover -that the Wilson house was on  .fire. - The -falaae, was too far advanced at the time to permit * rescue  work.   \ .    ** .   . "  ,.w, E, "^ann, general storekeeper  at Moore Park, father of Mrs. Wilson,; was also' quickly on the scene,  but the heat, was so intense that he  \*VWAM.      AAW' ^^H      A4%������U������X kUC        SJ Ul|.U������J-lg ���������  4 All of thc bodies w-ere recovered.  The cause of the fire is a mystery.  The barn, garageuand other buildings  on the farm1 were unharmed.  TuvkaiI . A ������'  nui  ink ^ky BoaiJsASKATCeEWAN;;  00L ELEVATOR  Arrest Train Bandit  Robber Of   Ontario Mail Car Offered  No Resistance  v.. Windsor.���������Three hours after a mail  car had been rifled, of Canadian cur-  rency'-^estimated 'at about ������40,000,  John 'Gibb������*v, 20, .said. to. come .from  Xos Angeles; Cal., was arrested by the  local police on The Detroit River train  ferry and landed, in ,the goal here  According to authorities1-here he has*-  'admitted his guilt. * When taken.into  custody he" was carrying two pistols  but offered no resistance to the officers.  The robbery "was a most daring  one the lone bandit holding the mail  cle'r!ksvfeeipli&^ss''"'at''' the point of a revolver while Lie calmly looted the car.  Exhibit For Royal Winter Fair  Saskatchewan Will Send Fifty Of Its  Best Horses  Regina.���������Fifty horses, the pick of  the. Clydesdales, Percherons and Bel-  "gians'in the. province, will represent  Saskatchewan at" the Royal Fair,  Toronto, in November, 'it was decided  at a meeting" of the livestock board  held, recently. *'  ' While many selections have yet .to  be made, both in horses and other  classes, the board has definitely decided the"t" the following will exhibit:  Clydesdales: ��������� The Experimental  Farm at Indian Head, the University  of Saskatchewan, John Falconer,  Govan, and Mrs. W. H. Bryce,  Donne Lodge, Areola.  "Percherons:���������C. M. Rear, Regina,  Robert W&ir, Weldon; George Doai?  and Sons, Stoney Beach.  Belgians:���������C. M. Rear, Regina',  Robert Thomas, Grandora, Andrew  Nolan, Rouleau.  In the horse    exhibits ,. from    this  Lord Cushenden, whose foreign  policy on behalf of Great Britain  is denounced by David Lloyd  George as "'one of barely veiled  subserviences to  France."  Quebec Oquor .Commission Inspector  Th.rea.tenu   With' Death  By  S        -        Captors  Montreal.���������Joseph  A'.  Patry, Quebec liquor commission inspector, * was  CVtMLAAO'JJ^rCVt.      fjtf       UUULlVgg^LO      ������t.V.      J... tf 4K.X %4  Du Loup.' He managed to reach shore  by paddling his craft with an old  piece of wood. .  Patry was instructed to prope suspected  illegal  transportation of liquor by boat to New Brunswick, and,  with two companions  set "out for a  large    gasoline    yacht    which    wa&  anchored a short distance from "Jthe  Riviere Du Loup Wharf.     The inspector managed to scramble aboard, but I  before his assistants could mount the  boat; the yacht's engines were'started and the yacht set-out for the mid--  die of- the river, Patry tried to draw-  hiss���������revolver, but his amis wwe seized from behind and he was warned i������  he raised aa.routcry he would "be killed, and his body thrown overboard.  -  Later on the officer   was   lowered  into a leaky rowboat and left to his  fate.    The matter has been reported  to the authorities.  SYSTEM -~ S������D * mims  o i sa xm ��������� Lt\rmwd  *15 Belgians and IS Percherons. Ivlan^  other exhibitors are yet to be named  Opposes Renewals Of Entente  s. - .. -.  Ramsay ��������� MacDonald Thinks Alliance  With "France Is Unwise  London, Eng.���������At the recent Labor  conference, Ramsay MacDonald made  an important speech" saying, "We  must orient our diplomatic policy  anew. 1 say that, without enmity  to France, it is not- good for France  or "for us that we should re-establish  any sort of alliance."  France is bound to take notice ot  this declaration, on British policy  from the leader of the opposition.  The country has not yet any clear  knowledge as to whether the present  government is re-establishing the alliance with France, but unpublished  agreen-Rnts as to armaments on land  seem to imply a new entente.  Ramsay MacDonald proposes, to  drag a declaration ���������from the government when parliament meets next  month.   There   are   reports  that   the  province there will be 20 Clydesdales, j Fr���������nc*b. government will immediately  publish all correspondence on the naval side of the agreement. The understanding as to land forces is said  to have been expressed only, verbally.  Zeppelin Makes First Trip  Paid Friendly Visit To England and  Returned To Berlin      ;  ... Berlin.-���������After paying- a friendly  visit to England, the new German  dirigible Graf Zeppelin returned to  Berlin; -y yAs the huge airship soared  over the city hi: the bright sunshine  thousands -fioclied to tne streets* and  saw it describe a graceful loop over  Wilhelmstrasse, Flowers for President Von fHindenburg, attached to* a  small parachute, wero released as .the  airship passed over Executive. Palace,  but they were carriedSix blocks beyond the building. *'  Find Victim Of 'Plane brash  Port Angeles, Washington.���������The  body of Dr. E. Holden, of Victoria,,  B.C., one of tlie seven victims of the  111-f.ated Victoria-Seattle plane whicb  disappeared while en route to Seattle,  August 25, was found In Port Angeles  harbor. The body was headless and  badly broken. It was the fourth body  of the seven in the plan-? to bn found.  Tho piano itself has never been  located.  To Open OflfliCo In.Peru  Oltawa.���������G. R. Stevens, Canadian  Trade Commissioner In South Africa,  has arrived In Canada en route to  Peru, where he will open a new of-  flee with jurisdiction over Peru,  Bolivia and Ecuador. Prior to his departure for South America, Mr,  Stevens will visit manufacturing  eontre.H of" Canada in connection with  Canadian- exports to his 'former''territory.  Odd Accident To Airplane  Making Forced Landing Was Carried  put Over Lake  Ottawa.���������Ad unusual forced landing at Black Lake, Que., in which the  pilot and four passengers escaped uninjured,, has been reported to the air  board by the Canadian Transcontinental Airways^ '",.  Engine trouble forced down/ a  plane'piloted by X Vachon. An effort  was made to land on the ground but  the momentum carried the machine-  out on the water. : A serious accident was only avoided because it wau  of amphibian type it was stated. TCie  left wings of the air craft were slightly .damaged." '  General Allenby In New York  British    Hero   Honored    By   Official  Salute Of 17 Guns  New York.���������Field Marshal Sir Edmund H. H. Allenby, so-called last  crusader, who conquered fhe Turks  in Palestine and Egypt for the British, was welcomed on his arrival  here for the American Legion Convention to be held soon in Sa-a Antonio.  Arriving on the liner Majestic with  Lady Allenby, General Allenby received an. official salute of 17 guns  from the army reservation on Governor Island as the city's reception  boat Macom carried him from the  liner to'the battery at the Southern  tip. of Manhattan Island.  The British hero spke of the growing tendency toward "open diplomacy" among nations but saw no sign  for .great disarmament at present.  " Ido not believe there is anyone  ih the world vwho does not want  peace if they can get it," he said.  "However, one has to be ready for  war, as you do not keep burglars  out by leaving the door unlocked."  Regina.^An extensive program? of  country elevator expansion was an-  nounced from the head office of th*. -  Saskatchewan "Wheat. Pool in a statement'issued by ft. J.-Moifatt^manag- .  ing director of the pool, in part as  follows:  "Tt is anticipated that with the  completion of elevators now under  construction. tew Saskatctiewsm P^o^  Elevators, Xamtted, the country grain  handling facilities controlled by tho  Saskatchewan Wheat Pool for the  1928 crop will include more i������ian 960  elevators, with an average capacity  of between 30,000 and 35,000 busheis  each. This number compares with  727 country elevators in operation for  \,ISV    J.������?j6 4 "id    lit KJJ-T   J M O.L. ,     ou   UxCl. COi>C   UX  233 elevators for the current year. -  "AU told, there have been 240  points in the province -.������ wliich have  beeit a.pp������*oved "by the board of dl=  rectors as points at which Saskatchewan Pool Elevators, Limited, should  secure Pool grain handling facilities,  either by construction, purchase or  lease of a country elevator. Of this  number Saskatchewan Pool Eleva-,  tors has" acquired 104 new country  elevators by construction; 76 elevators, have been secured either by  lease or purchase; 19 elevators are  at present under construction; and 41  new houses have yet to be ottilt, of  which 30 will be located at sidings  on new railway lines. Three elevators _  have^ been, rebuilt at Pool points'  where elevators were lost by fire, and  three purchased elevators have been  rebuilt.  "I do not believe there is anyone^,  the construction department- of Sas-  katcrewan Pool Elevators, Limited,  has, in addition to supervising the  general "elevator extension program,  constructed 19 new-elevators with its  own crew."  Adheres To Peace Pact  Soviets    Deposit    Note    With  "Stato  Department At Washington  Washington,   D.C.���������Soviet  "Russia  has joined the other Nations adher-  Major Godfrey Returns  Brings Motor Of Big Seaplane Which  Was Wrecked In Crash  Edmonton.���������^Major A. E. Godfrey,  noted Canadian airman, whose recent  crash, in the northern wilds attracted  ing to the Kellogg-Briand treaty for] Dominion-wide attention, arrived in  renunciation of    war.    ^.    document I Edmonton recently from Peace Riv-  "'���������    Farmers To Hold Meeting  ,' Saskatoon",... Sa3lc.~-Spm������ "400 farm-  eri3'wh6,: specialize);, in the- breeding ol  hdri3<2Sr: Rattle) '^slieepf and ��������� :swlne ��������� will  gather in Saskatoon, on January 22,  23 and 2-1, when, tlie Saskatchewan  Livestock Association, with a\l ite  sections, meets in annual convention.  Sessions will bejheld in, -the King  George'.Hotel here, and there'will bift  numerous meetings on the different  aspects of stock farming tn tlu-  province.  formally signifying Russia's adherence has been deposited with the  State department by the French embassy, acting on behalf of "the Mos-.  cow government, the .United Press  learned. I(  State department officials declined  to discuss to the content of the document, but said it was placed with  the original copy of the treaty. Officials intimated it would not be made  public.  er accompanied by S6rgeant-Major  Graham, one of his three companions  on the flight which ended in the  Peace Rive$.  .-������������������f'Majpr Godfrey brought with him  tlie motor of the big Fairchild seaplane which ��������� he aad Sergeant Graham remained behind to salvage  from the wreckage of the machine.  Tlie motor was" forwarded to Ottawa.  Believes River Under  Control Of Dominion  Premier King Returning  Ottawa,���������Preniior Mackenzie King  will sail'for Canada on or about the  19th oC this nionth, according to word  received ho'ro. He will probably be  accompanied on hia return journey by  Hon. C, A. Dunning, mini titer of rail*  ways; and Hon, Raoul ,-Dandurand,  government Jcaclqr in tho. senate  ���������W. N. U. 175i  FIiuIh Loat. Scout  Windsor, N.3.���������Col, Collins,  South  African delegate to tlie Empire Par-  liamenta-ry Association, discovered  W. Muncoy, missing Canadian scout  of IhaJBoer War, whom Collins hat.  been seeking all over Caiutdu, rcaidea  at 3230 27l.*h Avenue, Vancouver.  No .Demonstrations Allowed  Jerusalem.���������The district commis-.  sioner of Jerusalem has refused to  permit the orthodox Agudath Israel  to hold a festival procession on tho  occasion of Succoth and has also  banned a Moslem religious demonstration. It was stated that the government would prohibit any:rellgious  manifestation in Palestine.  Has Narrow Escape  Kansas City, Kansas.���������The life of  Daniel Tovetlch, 14-months-old baby;  who was attempting to crawl across  railroad tracks, was -s^ved whert^Sth  approaching traiirf was halted just as  the front end of tha engine entended  oyer the boy. Rising suddenly to see  what tho fuss was about, the.baby  suffered a slight bruise when ho  atwck his head on the lower part of  tho  engine.  VA VERY GRIM TALE,  Eliminate Level Crossing!*  Toronto. -With tlio object of eliminating every level creasing in Ontario tho provincial dopartmonj; of  highways Is having anf official report  made on' every point where railway  linear cross ono of lb������>h* blrrbwnyw.  Hon;  N.   W.   Rowell " Says    Federal  Rights Not Limited To  Tidal    -  ^ Waters-  Ottawa.���������The Dominion parliament  has authority to declare the existence  of .a public right of navigation over  any river navigable in fact. Before  the Supreme Court of Canada, Hon.  N. W. Rowell, K.C., counsel for the  Dominion, naade this further conteri- ?  tion 6i������ the question of federal and  provincial control respectirig riaviga-  tioh and water ways.  "If a public right to navigation does,  not exist, as Ontario suggests, on the  Great Lakes and the western portion  of the St. Laurence, Mr. Rowell pro- y  ceeded, "then under the British  North AmericaJA-ct and the powers  of the Doriiinlon in regard to navigation and shipping, the Dominion must  have power to take action in the "interests of having a national highway  for trade and commerce in Canada.  My contention is that tlie Dominion  has absolute control over navigation  and" shipping."- ,  s  First Freight Has  Reached Flin Flon  Five Tractor-**   Have Been  'Delivered  At Milo  R������  P16u Flon, Man.���������Following- tho  .driving of the last spike on the Flin  Flon Hallway, freight has started to  arrive by train nnd the first load,  consisting of flvc tractors with tracks  on attachments, delivered a mile 83.  There are now 15 tractora hauling  freight la and out of the big mine.  Thc arrival of a further shipment ot  tractors*, in expected In the near fu-  turo and by freeze-up roads to.Island  Falls BhouUl be in chape to stand  the heavy traffic whkti will oros's  them during the coming winter.  Once upon n time there were three h-cars. Along came tho TmnR-Cnnada  and then llicro were two. Tho moral to thin littlo Htory i���������������do not trospaaa  on tho railway tracks, Mother Boar is seen -giving hor tsona an airing at  Luke JLjjjulbu.   (C,r,M..  |/wi������to.)  H\lining Oflieo At The;  Pun  The Pa-a, Man.���������I^tabliHhme'ui oi" a  govern ment mining office at Tlvt^ Pas  has beon. effected ���������by Hon, Chas.  Stewart, minister of the interior. It  will bo un-flor the direction of C. C.  RoRH, of Aaborta, Fred V. Siobort and  A. Ij. Cummlng, onglnoera of the department, aro In charge. The office Is  Rm  \hv <Rnw*,> ������-.f Toiwirln. hnu'ldlm-. THIS  CKE8TOH KBYJDEW  Local and Persona!  For  Sai^e���������One  Toggenburs?   doe.  and one solid oak buffet.  Johnson, Creston.  Mte Alma  NUMII ������nis % Rhlirfeli Sjnsh@  *v  A hearty invitation is extended to  you to attend the services at  SERVICES  Sunday, Oct. 24, at 11 a.ni.  Sunday Sohoo! at 10 s..rr.._  at C. Nickel Home  The Women's Institute have Jwivem-  bert loth cooked for an evening entertainment, and the afternoon of Dec  ember 5tb for a tea.>  There will  be  fvrther announcement later.  At the f������ll session nf the United  Chtweh presbytery at Nelson last  wess, Kev.- R. B. Crsbb of .Creston was  seamed secretary of the statistical  wdrk for the ensuing six. months.  ft.   Henderson   of   Pincher   Greek,  Alberta,  was  a weekend visitor with  hfs qld friend, H. W. McDonald, and  waa.^calling on  local dealers  looking  ,for orders for carload lota of hay. a  ���������   Miss   Coles,  B.A.,   vice-principal  of  Crest-on hi**!i school, hat*, tendered her  -mV44^ttm^wt it. inn  ctrtr.    rtmA  ���������4>%SL  &  EL MALLANDAINE  matter    will    be   dealt   with % at   the  trustee meeting on Monday night.  EMIL SPAUDE, Castor. .   ���������    _ .    ' m , .,   .  ��������� . -.  :-..    . t     Cunid  was entirely  out of luck in  .^[.th;������...preston area last month!.-   Not-a  fgnarriage license^ was issued for Sep-  tembei*.   The records show  but   One  ��������� birth.and  one death  fox- the month.  -The dining hail operated by the  local Wsraen's Institute in connection  -with last week's conference proved  very popular. About $40. was taken  its "or men is served to others than  delegates  Creston and District Woman's In  fctitute wishes to convey to its-many  friends very hearty thanks for all the  help so generously Riven in various  ways during the Institute conference  held in Creston*  ifitnsT unurcii, wesien  &UH9BAY,'43sOTm ��������� **     !  CRESTON���������11 a.m��������� Mftttns.  '     -      '���������s*4J������-tfi.;  KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAiS  WILD ROSE LODGE NO, 39  REGULAR CONVENTION   every SECOND  and FOURTH THURSDAY.     -������*-  "Pythian welcome to a3i visittc^ "brothei*.  C.-JV ARMSTRONG  K.R.&S.  F. H.JACKSON  REAL ESTATE'  Listings solicited.  CRESTON.    B.C.  Members of Creston Masonic -Lodge  and visiting brethren are .reminded of  the emergent meeting on Wednesday  night,  at which R.W. Brt������. A. A. Mes-.  f  It is time to be'thinking over the Heating problem for the  coming Winter. -.-Come in and let ns explain, and have our Prices  on Heaters���������Hot Water, Steam and Warm Air Heating Systems.  If you have an old Heating Stove worth. Sking.wp, bring it. in  for reliping. The cost ..is only a fraction of the price of a new  Heater. ',,. .���������,-,;��������� ���������.- ..~r:y  When buying Pumps (single or double acting). fFoJce Pumps, \  Cistern  Pumps, Self Oiling. Power Pumps, Sprriy Pumps itiid com ":  plete Spray OntfUs,  come and see   us.      We are dealers in   the"-1  wellknown   F.-B. Myers & -Bros.  Pumps,. Hay.   Unloading  Tools,  Barn. Wareboust������ and GarageDoors, Hangers, etc. "'?.'"  Before the cold weather corae-**...let us install Hot Water for.  you. Our prices are reasonable. .Workmanship.;the best, ���������/ Call and  s=ee us about prices on Bathroom Outfits, complete, ."Siteheri Sinks.  Wash Basins, Ranfee Boilers, etc. ���������*'*���������'���������"'        -: ��������� ���������>-���������    ���������   ^  In Blacksmtthing sve are able to take care of your, every need.  Carriage Repairs. Horseshoing, Plow ,Bepa.irs,. Oxy Acetylene  Welding, etc.   And everything in lEoggers supplies.        f  *"  Blacksmith       Plumbing     TFnsralth  f4������Z  Oxjj Acetylene Welding  ���������a mb  Kinnon .of Cranbrook, D.D������G.WL, will,  pay his official visit, ^  At the annual meeting of Creston  Post Canadian Legion on Monday  night. Col. Fred Lister, M.PJP., was  reelected president. Due to some  members auoying away the member  ship now starid^ at 51.  *-->"- V    *  Fob? Sjuub���������McClary range, sewing  machine, phonograph and records,  enamel top kitchen table, washing  machine.. coat heater, chairs, beds,  dishes, tools, etc. H. E. Ostendorf  (Alice Siding). Creston.  V. Ss Base of the Globe Investment  Company, Limited, Vancouver, was a  business visitor at Creston at tlie  weekend, confer* ring with Reclamation Company omcmis regarding the  sale of the dyked lands at Preston'  Mrs, R. Coasoh of Vancouver is  spending a tow days this week with  Creston friends and is a guest.of Mr*  and Mra.yF, H, Jackson. She ia returning ffrom^a holiday ab.TC������ronto������  Peterboro", and other Qut'ttrio; points.  Revenues were fairly .-'buoyant': at  the. Cr-estora office of tiie provincial  police for September,- with a total  intake of "9(820, Shooting licenses  accounted for $407 of this, and polict*  court fines bronarht in  another $107.  Remember Monday is the final; date  for having your-o������vn box of apples for  shipment to the Old Country delivered  at Creston Co-Operative Fruit Exchange warehouse for Christen as  delivery. The carrying charge ' is  $2.60. .     -'.'".  f. Five residents of the outside district  were up before Magistrate Matlan  dnine on Tuesday afternoon atid each  of tne ni fin������*d $tfand costs ($5) for faiiy  ing to take^onfc licenses for their dogs.  In-addition the necessary license had  tb be purchased us well.  . R, B., Staples, sales manager for  Sales Service,, Limited, Kelowna,** was  a business visitor here at the. weekend.  He states that in the Okanagan. ihe  Mcintosh Beds art* very poor grade.  Not'more -than "one ner cent, will go  extra fancy, and hardly 10 percent*  are even fancy.y *.  The Ladies' Guild of Christ Churcjh  had. a fcup and saucer shower at;the  Parish; HaH otejruesday..afternoon  when members 'and friends* of t*he-  organization donated about three  dozen of this sort jof-chinaware. Do-  i natorrs ?*whci appeaved in person were  served, with refreshments - ���������.-.*��������������������������� y.y:  . Kev. N. Harknesy, ^iield secretary  for the Bible Society, spoke in the  Parish Hall on ;FHday iiigbt on the  work of that organization.' with quite  a good turnout. The Creston branch  has been reorganized'With Re***-*, 'A.  Gariick president? ,7l3K Liilie, vice-  president; and Mrs. M, Ji* Boyd,, secrce-  tary treasurer. f-'"  A trio of buyers froni the Mennonite  colony near Mag rath; Alberta, were  here at the .end of the week, interviewing the local selling agencies for  the usual supply of apples. They purchased three carloads <,f Wagener nnd  Delicious ..from : Creston \ Growers,  Limited, und these have been shipped  loose in cars from Erickson.  There was a very large turnout for  the*'-harvest thanksgiving service at  Christ Church on Sunday- evening.  The church. Waa lavishly decorated  with fruits. vpgetaWes, flo-jverp and  grain, and the address and music were  appropriate for the occasion,;' Tshe  hurvest service at Lister .the same  morning attracted the largest church  attendance that urea has seen for  several years.     ���������..,'���������'.  Ham tb SSL^LS *"  Theatre ��������� 8ii'  Ctit2-13  S***Wgl^mW&,  ^ r  *& m. B,-  UKt ANU  BSB8 ' Bk\   B^k  9  Most Flours look alike9 but when you see the  Bread, Pies, Cakes, and Pastries/then the difference isshowii* vip.\ ._     -  - ������������������:'���������  F1V& ROSES '  ' The" Flour that produces true flavor,-for it  is  milled from, the  finest quality of wheat in the ,  world.   . ���������  -���������    ���������.  - . -        - - -<   ' ���������   ���������.-..-  'Wheasieis. Cracke&WheaS, Rolled Oats,. Oatmeal  --���������*���������-' ---   "   J* " . -    .        -    ~.*c~:  ���������dandy for breakfast these; cool mornings.  1  ......  .. 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We .,,  ���������' '���������   have an eight ^room bbuso and itjieato. it. all  splenrliirlly.'lvl.V^eTCMiiin'ot speak toojiigj^ly of.it  and certainly give it great praise to all our  friends. -Yours  J. WESTWOOD.  Memtti B.C.     ^ -  Come in and  ed  rtd Inspect the. MurnaceMeixnd &  it will solve your heating probl  oe con0i������.iC"  em.  Dry Goods.      Groceries.'     Furniture.      Hardware


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