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Array /  %?*  ^^R        fflW "WBB       ^s\  \\\\\*%k9mm%%mL\\m\\\\        SBglfli  Vol  XX.  CRESTON. B. C��������� tfSIBJLY, OCTOBER 19, 1928  Ho. 37  -juyggg- H45f^rfc^"ft"ri*fj*n^I-rss-������.-A5S*!si  who has bean on a visit witbybW aunt  Mra. McKobh.fhas returned home."1  -.  Gunner .Larson and Manford and  Arvid Sauineisoni -who Have, been  helping with prairie harvest and  threshing for a couple off months* re*  turned-to Canyon last Week.  The severest weather'so far thia fall  waa on Friday and Saturday rnorninga  when ?9degress of frost were - x-egtate^w  ed. .* " -���������  Mr. and Mrs. Qpaplio and family  have just left for Calgary, Alberta,  where they will remain for'the winter.  Geo. Leach of Spokane was renew*  ing acquaintances here last week.  Mr. Iiowerison is at present occupying  the Leach ranch*  Mrs. Houle and children of Kimberley, who have been here since May  with her parents, Mr.'and' Mrs.  McRobb. have returned, .Mr, Houle  having just got back from five months  work st the Missouri mine in else  Yukon.  Mrs.   Bateman   was   taken   to_ the  hospital at Nelson on Saturday where  she successfully underwent an opera  tion for appendicitis and is recovering  nicely.  Mrs. Walsh, who has been an appendicitis, patient- afc the hospiE't! st Grss-  brook, arrived home at tbe end of the  week*   - *  Alf, Nelson is operating a fleet Of  .three auto trucks hauling boxed- and  loose apples to Pincher Creek and  other Alberta -points. " On return  trips he brings in wheat, oats, barley,  etc .  tained last Saturday at a picture show  in tho old -schoolhouse," The picture  .was- * entitled   "Something  r Aiwavs  v.  > .-     ...    , *  -���������-  ������appens������"  The-first heavy frost of the season  came.last Wednesday.  Rev. A. GarSick will he here for  Anglican Church -service on Sunday,  afternoon at 3 o'clock.  ^Tbe . Co-Operative - Fruit' Growers  Association held a meeting last Wednesday at which ** Mr. -Dickie of  -Oalgary, Alberta, was present and  addressed., those-"? present on 1928  "rket prob.ems.  ���������^ir  IcsLZ-AA'  ffiif������:  yvrntce.  Mr. -and Mrs, Jack Cameron were  renewing acquaintances at Bonners  Ferry-on Monday.  Rev. W. A. Greer of 'Creston was  here ca Wednesday evening for Presbyterian Church service.  . Re^g; Johnston of Kingsgatc was a  visitor here last week, a guest of W.  fj&'-  mi^^J^m.  ->>  r-t r  Paul Ofnei, Irvine .Davis, J. Patrick,  and son returned from the prairie last  nuuaSr.  Mrs.  Nathorst spent last weekr at  1Rfy������st Creston, where she was a guest  wt mc*- urtUjKMtvrr  Mrs. Sinclair Smith.  Mesdames Cam, Martin and Talerico  ���������were Creston callers on Saturday,  Mrs. Lund and two sons of Calgary,  Alberto, were Sirdar visitors iast  week. They were on their way to  Penticton to visit the former's parents.  Principal Manns of the Sirdar  school was at his home at Rosslanil  for the weekend.  Mrs. Geo. Cam and Miss Dorothy  Cam left on Sunday on a holiday visit  with friends in Nelson.  Mrs.' Hopwood oi,Creston was here  for the weekend, a guest of MraT  Martin. *  .^-^u^&gisra Origan,  who,j^jt������f|,r heen*?  of weeios,Jeft on Sunday for Calgaryv  Alberta*������  -" At  ,   Mr. Gillie, who has been on a holiday   visit   at. Calgary,   Alberta,   got  back   on  Thursday.     Mr.  Robinson,  relief operator in Mr. Gillie's absence  has returned to Kings-gate.  ���������aMJacipttL; bf tsrickson  school, was at.btefeuooie in Fernie for  the: weekend,   returnibg on Sunday.  Fred Boffey; ��������� JSft, last week hy auto  Kead1n������* ?ot> SnisKa-ne- vrnt-va no ������nnnt.  ed   on.  str3ksng%fys7orkf as   an" apple  packer, anfl ma^rT*s*c x������k������ma before  -teturning,   - ^/& ,  Mrs. Frank Staples left last week on  a visit; with friends in Spokane and  Cranbrook.   - y/-~',   _ J-f  Both tbe Gt^fer^^and Exchange  packing abeds' atre working at top  speed on winter,, apples, and 'from  present appearances it will be at least  another two weeks before tbe pack is  complete;      ,    . /  Up to the 15tt������f95 Daised and straight  cars of apples haVe gone east front the  Erickson depot, representing a considerable gain over the same period in  192?. ���������.    '  Mrs. R. M. Telford wee renewing  acquaintances in* Spokane a few days  the past week.-,  J. B. Holder vkt\s a business visitor  ot. "XF������lcr������ri itHfin&JtJnt* w*������������fr���������     "  Wanted���������Wanted to purchase two {  tons second cut. alfalfa hay.   Creston  Hotel.  3&i?������if&mVa������&  "c"oi* Rskt���������Flve-roooa house. Apply A.-Anderson, ..Victoria Avenue,  Creston.  Pigs   Fob   Saxe���������Yorkshires,   six  old.   $5  each.      P.  W.   Foot.  TT|,_.    ������ . _ _  Jt UJT>  KtXUmtX  reasonable  Sricksons  fjunf^iamsa *  prices.     Mrs.  Rev. R. E. Ciibb, United Church  pastor, was visiting m this section-on  Thursday last*  Mr. and Mrs. Reg. Price and family  returned to their home ti^ Rossland oh  Saturday. "��������� ���������'"���������'.  Cecil Moore, who is at present employed at Rossland, spent-the'^eekesid  with his wife and family, returning  on Sunday.  Oscar Of ner was a business visitor  nit Nelson a few days last week.  v Mrs. llunisey arrived from Cranbrook to look after work on their  ranch at Wynndel.  Residents of Wynndel were enter-  &J&fet9"  J* C. Helme bf jtimberley, is. a visi  tor here ihis week at-tlie ranch with  his brother,  Harry,  end sister. Miss  Amy Helme.    t      . ^  Frank Bakery who.has been helping  with the prairie harvest and threshing  in the. Calgary, Alberta, section, arrived home at the ehd of the week.  Mrs. Yerbury was a visitor at Kini-  Cfeston  if. jfutnam.  /  C= O. Roda,ers was a business visitor  at Calgary, Alberta, last week, returning on Sunday.-  Vast &&u& ��������� Purebred Yorkshire  rtjerg hjx wssks old. 83 each. S. Learn  month, Cr, aton.  W. Fraser of the Creston Bakery,  was a business visitor at kelson the  latter part of the week,  Albert Sherwood, who has been at  Trailgr-for the past three months, re  turned home on Friday.  The C.P.R. section crews hare been  reduced to two men and foreman at  tbe middle of the month.  Fob Sajce���������Suitcase _ grams phone  and records?,* price very low. * Miss I.  M. Reece, Box 18, Creston.  Mre. v, M. Hiid has jusa> returned  fpnni a Bhrtt-fc visit ^stfe friends ������*  Kimberley and Cranbrook.  Mrs. Jas, Maxwell and son, Robert,  were visitors at Spokane a few days  last week, returning nn Sunday.  Fob Sa������3���������251927 Legnorn pullets,  laying. 75 cents* each. A. &. Cox,  Vaness Ranch (Alice Siding), Creston.  Wa������tej?-To rent, four to six room  bouse, furnished or unfurnished, state  rent.    Write Box te. Review Office.  **        ^.  John Stubbs, wbo" has been working  Eiarrv   ruortinl^nn   r������f   St*9T.cratrm.t&   ������V������S  home for a couple of days last week.  Mrs. J. XL Webster is on a holiday  visit with her daughter, Mrs. McDonald, at Calgary. Alberta.  Apple picking is well in hand in the  Atice Siding section, and wtii be com.  dieted iy* the end of the weeks  Mr; and Mrs. Ivan O'NeH of Calgary, Alberta, arrived on Sanday on a  visit with the latter's mother, Mrs.  Stace Smith.  After spending  work  UMtSUIVKM  log   wors in   tne  Staveley, Alberta,  section, Arthur Webster is on a holi  day visit at Calgary.  It is reported that Jas. Compton has  just sold- twenty acres of his (Swan-  son) ranch to Geo. Nickel, who is to  take over the property immediately.  Up to the present local hunters have  -not had the usual lucb. So far only  one deer has been taken, and sportsmen are finding the ducks very elusive.  Rein. Smith left a few days ago for  Spokane, in which section he hopes to  strike employment at apple packing.  *r# <--r^n.  ���������C9  .v?  Wenn tehee.  >j>n.������*.  tt     m-.m  ... js*  *u,jui   w  Jack Milter, jr., who has been working at Stayeley, Alberta, for the. past  few -months, arrived hosae on Sunday.  He states that threshing is well along  and the wheat in Southern Alberta  -will average 80 bushels to the acre.  commendation by the visitor. At the  close of .lodge there was the usual  supper   and    speechmaking.     During  berleyafew,ffayeltetweek,nguestof|at Acme.  Alberta,  for  the past tw*i������ft?_^l"^   **l������h^���������������?T^}?*  Fair Day Trap Shoot  Apples Wanted  X pm prepared to pay rCash for  any quantity of Apples for  mjr Prairie customers, or I  will supply you in exchange  with  WHEAT,  OATS, or  ��������� BARLEY��������� Chopped ' '  or Whole  at right prices.  My motor trucks make regular trips   to Alberta with  Fruit,  nnd on  the   i-olui-u'  trip bring inN your grain.  Let us know  at once   the  quantity and varieties you  have to seii  A*������   ere)   ��������� *^"������*B*?',ff. O-f/Tkllkt  t Js*'     l^lr^msT%*s JiH  CANYON P.O.  A dozen marksmen took a hand  in the trap shoot staged by the  Rod and Gun Club at the fair.  grounds on fall fair day, with Wai  ter Miiii* scoring: 20 cswt of a poss-  sible 25 tb win first prize. A. shoot  off was necessary to deoide second  honors and was won by Melt fesam  with Frank Staples taking third.  The scores were:  Walter Muir..  Frank Staples.  Melt Bearii_���������^.  I*. T. Leveque- ..   N. Levevue . _���������J ���������  R. Ward-��������� ..������..   J. M. Craigie.-. .���������.wrr-....^...  Bert BoiteyM^m.MMm^���������uMn  L. Littlejohn ..��������������� , ������  Fred Lister ������~ ~   Reg, Smith l.. .-.  Cash   prizes were stxven  $7; second, $5; third, $$>  20  .  18  18  17  16  14  18  18  12  10  - 0  ~   8  First;  her daugbtf^^re._Pat Holland.  r-j^toe/'^-^^^feV^, were in cyi.  dfence at^the bridge wfeist -given by the  Community J Socit^ty^ r-ftn^ ^ Saturday  night* at whicljVthe high ���������' score prizes  went to Mrs. Gordon and" Frank  Raker. There was - an exceptionally  fine lunch and everyone thoroughly  enjoyed the evening.  ' W. S. Rush of Creston is here this,  week at work repapering and tedecor  ating the i esidence of Mr. Hewitson.  Wm. House of High River, Alberta,  is here nt present on a visit with his  sohv'Reho. in the Huscrofb urea.  iji; Jhsv Huscroft left at thef first of the  week for Moscow. /Idaho, "where he is  attending the annual session of the  Idaho Grand Lodge of Oddfellows.  He is repreBi ntipg the lodge at Port-  hill.  I/ister-Huscroft has already taken  delivery of one shipment of stumping  powder and another is in shipment.  All of it will be used In land clearing  thisfulL  Women's Institute  The October meeting of Creston and  District Women's Institute was held  on Friday afternoon, at which it was  decided tb������* November meeting, will  take tho form of a grandmother's tea,  to which all grandmothers In the  district aro Invited, Mrs. Stevens was  appointed convenor of the 'committee  to nrrahge this. Plans for tho remainder ot the year were discussed.  Mrs. Stevens thanked all members for  their help with the recant district conference, whioh was an outstanding  success. Several letters of appicciA-  tion have already been received from  delegates who attended. 26 members  responded to roll cull, Tea hea teases  were Mrs. Mullandiiine, Mrs. R. .1.  fLong, Mrs. Morro'w. 82.50 was contributed ..for Hie Crippled Children's  fiii-rul   nh *lh������  iimuu!   f������-.������.i������rJI(   off<*rln^.  Local and Personal  WMfjWijjijMMMIMMMMMMMi*^^  Chas; Moore was he^'for the weekend with his family, from Nelson.  Major Mallandaine was a business  visitor ,at Nelson oh  Thursday last.  Mr. and Mre. Geo. H Kelly wero  motor visitors at Cranbrook on Sunday, '    " ���������  BRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, OCT.  20  E^���������    ^a, m\s ^AA ^m  StmAAAA* aHI I I AtAm  mAASS MUia Mil aSJIk   jiba jia.  m  ���������Tiles output of Pontioton 'oannory  this year will account for an outno  of ttljout 28 oarloada  -irMX-'So-ifsetiB  ^^  ^H ^9 ^B ^9 j^9 ^S ,^H fL*\ ^3 Wm XWW ^3 \*a.  *egr> vhShhshimiuii  tegular Prices  vnontbs, has   returned   to bis  home  here. ,  ".���������Mr. 'and"'-MF8. -..-,-v,.-w,we>  Visitors at Coeur d'Alene-a couple ������rf  days this week, leaving hy auto on  Tuesday..  : In the absence of Dr. Henderson his  practice is being looked after by Dr.  Mason., who arrived to take pharge on  Saturday.  Half a dozen auto loads of gypsies,  running heavy to children-, spent a  few hours in town on Wednesday, .en  routewest.  The afternoon of Saturday. December 1st, has been taken by the Presbyterian Ladies* Auxiliary for their  annual bussaar.  Dr. and Mis. R. Liilie of Blairrnbre,  Alberta, were here at the weekend.  guests of the formers parents, Dr;  and Mrs. Liilie.  For SAtii���������vVoot   filled   bod   comforters,   handmade,   very   warm and  good.      Youi   choice  of  cover*.     M  [nott, Erickson, B.C.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Morrison and  baby daughter are motor visitors to  Calgary, Alberta, this week, for a  short visit with friends. ''  Dean Pealrs was renewing acquaintances here last week. He was en  route to Nelson, after a couple of  months on the prairies.  Mr. and Mrs. Dowd Cannady and  family of Kellogg. Idaho, are vltiitoro  this week with tho latter's parentn,  Mr. and Mrs* A. D. Bliss. '        .  J. W. Stlllwell, who has been on tho  staff at the Rodgers box factory for  the past six months, left last week for  his home at Port Alberni.  Provincial police H. W. McLaren in  in Nelson this week. Where ho is oh  duty;, ut tho courthouse, tho fall assizes  opening there Tuesday morning.  Donald Young, who has been at  Nanton, Albortn, the past two  months,   helping   with   harvest   and  thrcohlssfj, haa returned homei.  Bid Bell left a few days ago for  Wenatchee whore b������ ex poo to to connect with a job ns tipple packer In ono  of the ninny warehouses In that city,  R.W. Bro. A. A MoKinnon of Cranbrook. D.D.G.M. for East Kootenay*  miide hid offlclnl vinlt to Oreston  Aiafconio l^mdBfo on Wednesday night,  when there waa a fine turnout e������f  nmmslwjrw and vSulthig brethren. A  flr������t degree wan confened and th������������  work  won for the officers u run tin ted        1T������    <-������_������.__ .3 m.������   umuc ������������irv������ Jtx. so. uoicuuuii| juuiw  warden������ who.is leaving at the end of  4*h& mo*a*h4������.welder. in Saskatchewan.  : la   fatctre verafhik barbers -are to  close at 6 instead of 7*30 p-m.  xjie ev���������.r������ii������g at*to s������s|g@_ betweeB  Nelson and Kaslo has been discontinued.  A biisitkess college has been opened at Penticton, starting with 20  students.  W. A. Rotbwall has opened &  dandy manufaoturin/s plant at  Wardner. .  Tip to the middle of October  Kaslo recorded 3������ inohee of rain  for the month.  v- Afc Kimberley the noon reoeaa at  the puhlio sohool haa been extended-  from 1 to 1.30.  A three day carnival at  Fen bio  ton last month netted $800 for tlie  Elks charity Fund.  CORPORATION OF THE  Village of Creston  BY-LAW No. 17  A By'Lawyfpr Regulating tk������ Erection of Buildings, Fire Limits,  and the Prevention of Pin, and  Storage of Combustibles.  CLAUSE 17s  Every person occupying e  house, building or room within  the Village, attaolscd to which  there is u oiiimney or iiuc, if the  same has been in constant use,  shall cause tho same to bo well  and sufficiently cleaned once in  mx mc-nthti. and if tha aamo haa  not been in constant use during  the year, shall cause tbo same to  be swept onoo hi eaoh mx. montha,  wlitila m utie.  CLAUSE 20:  ' Kvery bnildinff in tho Villa-go  shall be provided with a feoodl  and Qufiittlent ladder to reach tho  roof and buoIi ladders almll ho  kept in .a convenient place ao aa  to *bo readily acoeasiblo in onaa loff  Jiro and for w������o of ohiiikney  ewcepB, (nnd both owner and occupant of tho bttilditifr shall bo  responsible that the. pro-vlalono ���������off  this weatioti b*������ nmrrl^d rsni... 3",  ,'���������*  .���������J  THE    REVIEW,    ChEPTOX,    B.    C.  m  u  The Orange Pekoe is  something extra���������a  hriohf jAlixntiittim  r+������  r-itprrn.  The Farmer and the Research Worker  HOJtfOKISO    BY   KEWSFAifiaiv  ASSOCIATION -  -Tbe prairie provinces of Canada havo completed the harvesting- and  -threshing- of the greatest grain^ropa in the history of Caaacla, judged from  the standpoint of volume. It is cansejrvatively- estimated that th& wheat  crop alone wiii not be less Latin 500,000,000 bushels, and that the other four  principal grains, oats, rye, barley and flax, will add close to another 500,-  000,000 bushels to the total "bringing Canada's grain yield., fox* the first time  within measurable distance of a. billion, bushel  crop.  In almost every respect the season of 1928 was ideal from tlie standpoint of seeding, growing, cutting- and tSireshing- and the acreage -seeded  showed a substantial increase over former years. There was an absence  of rust and other parasites, ample moisture, taking the country as a whole,  and generally an absence of those conditions which result in a lowering of  yield. The only fly in tbe ointment was the killing frosts of the third wo-ek  iri August which caught the later sown crops and those which from one  cause or another had not matured. The result was disastrous f"sdm the  standpoint of grades, aiid consequently materially' lowering in' prices of a  large part of the total production.   ���������._.������������������        ;  ;  According to a rough estimate; of the Saskatchewan crop it i^ stated  that about one-third of the wheat will be of the contract grades of 1, 2 and  3 northern, that another one-third wiii grade number -4, an'd that the remaining one-third will grade below that figure. y  It is within the power of our farmers to partly offset the-losses  occasioned "by dry seasons through the adoption of the most scientific methods of farming; they can increase yields and grades by using-, good, clean  seed and by waging continuous warfare on noxious weeds; they can insure  their crops against hail. But they stand helpless before the icy clutch of Jack  Frost.  ' -   ,  Addressing the annual convention of the Saskatchewan Division of -tftie  Canadian Weekly"Newspapers Association, at Regina, recently, Hon. W. R.  Motherwell said he knew of only one way to "beat out Jack Frost, and that  was to get ahead of him.    He had reference to the development of wheat  with earlier ripening qualities. In this connection he made mention of the  valuable time gained t&rough. the development of Marquis over the old Red  Fife, and brought the cheering message that as a result of the experiments  this year with Garnet  and Reward, there was  every  expectation that a  further notable advance woiild be made. According    to    Mr.    Motherwell;  where Reward wheat w-as grown by farmers in all the prairie provinces,  vmder arranigem^nts with the Department of.��������� Agriculture, in over 90,per  cent, of cases Reward was safely in stook before the August frosts..     He  expressed .-himself--a* %uitehopeful that western farmers would yet be In a  position where they could and would beat out Jack Frost.  Experiments have been conducted for some time past to determine to  what extent the drying processes for damp wheat affects milling and baking  qualities, and recent announcement is to the effect that, on the whole, tlie  quality of the wheat is not seriously affected.  Now the Universities of the three prairie provinces and the Dominion  Research officials are engaged In determining the e'ffect which frost has oi,  milling and baking qualities. Hundreds of farmers this year have had th&  experience of marketing wheat, weighing the full sixty pounds or more tithe bushel but which, because of frost effect on the chaff, has been graded  away below what would otherwise have been obtained. Rightly or wrongly  there is an impression that this frost, while marring the appearance of the  kernel, does not seriously affect the quality, and that the producer is sustaining a loss all out of proportion to the amount of damage done the grain;  that, in a word, while the farmer-producer loses, the miller gains because he  secures good milling wheat at a much leas cost. The scientists are now  striving to get at the real truth of the* matter.  TThus are research workers for GovernmenJ-a and Universities* working  hand in hand with the farmers in endeavoring to advance the interests and  prosperity of agriculture,���������through the development of earlier ripening  grains, the elimination of rust, and in determining the actual effects of  moisture and frost on the true commercial value of grain. The effort is to  save hundreds of millions of dollars to the agriculturists of Canada.  Canada is spending more money than ever before in scientific research  work, and the Dominion Government announces that such expenditures will  be still further increased.     No body of men in the Dominion stands to gain  more from such work and expenditures than do the farmers of the West.  ...Thc whole weight of their influence should be back of this enlightened policy.  SAM. ft MGOKE  Publisher of the Swift Current Sun,  'resident  Saskatchewan  Division  of the Canadian  Association.  Weekly Newspaper  Canadian Weekly  Newspaper Association!  ���������A.>*SSSSSSS*?r*;:������f:fl-..���������<.   "     ^^iiil^ii^^^^pii^  Saskatchewan Division Elects Officers j  At Convention Held in Regina      j  Sam.   R. Mpore,   publisher  of   the  Swift  Current  Sun, was the  unanimous choice of    the    Saskatchewan  division,    Canadian    Weekly    News-  jjaper Association,  as   president   for  1928-29.       The  election    of    officers  was   .held .at    the    ciositigy session  of the  two-day. conveiition    of > the  organization held at  the Hotel Saskatchewan, Regina.: Officers   elected  are: Hon. S. Jf *Dsitas honorary president;   C.   R.   Mcintosh,   M.P.,   North  ��������� Battlefordi  honorary   vic^-prestdeht;  T. H. B. - McCullough,    the   "Review,  Weyburn,  immediate past president-,  Sam. R.  Moore,    president;'   HI xG.  Sheldrake, North    Battlefoid,    Optimist, vice-president;  S.    J.    Dornan,  the Despatch, ?  Alameaa,   secretary-  treasurer, and   the... following members   of  the. executive,   W.   Ashfield,  The Suni Grenfell; B. M. Frith, The  BecordervfWakavey;s, Ry JZiibac, ^ The  Citizen,' K^rrob^rt;.. W. y T.    Morp'hyv  The Sun, ."^ Viscount; ' Aiilirew   Kihgl:  The Enterprise, Rouleau; S. N. Wynn.  The Enterprise, Yorktpn.  Upon the invitation of the Regina  City Council and the Regina Board  of Trade, Regiha was decided upon  as the -meeting place for 1929.  Headaches mky be swiftly and safely relieved* by an Aspirin  tablet.   A most efficient remedy, and there's ;no after effect; its  ~ " see how  ypu havS  ��������� . ��������� >e certain  you get real Aspirin���������the genuine has Bayer on the box, and  on every tablet. All druggists, with proven directions.  Physicians prescribe Aspirmj  it does NOT affect tlie heart  AcptrSa ie the tra<te mark (registered la Canada* indicating Bayer Manufacture. -White S*t  18/well known,that Aspirin means Bayer manufacture, to assure the public ������Kainst Imitations, t������e Tablets will be stamped with -ibetc, ''Bayer Cross" trademark. '  The heart-of the average adult i&f.  5 inches long,?3*& inches broad-ana  2ys inches thick.  Minard's Liniment .for sprains.  us Betty a good cook?"   . , ,       -  'No, but she can change a tire!"  , Cloth woven by Mayans 2,Q0Q years  ago in America, has.beeu. found, according to Prof. Frans Blom. of Tu-  lane -University, New Orleans.,"  The need Of the times is a vehicle  you can ride : down, town  and then  fold up and carry into the office  OF YOUR MEALS?  -Small boy: "Say, mister, give me  a pound-of oysters."  Dealer: '"We still oysters by the  measure, my hoy, not by the pound."!  "Hey, Mias Watsyourname!" shouted the boss.   "What's the phone num  b,erber of Brown & Company?"  "O,"  replied the  new stetiog, dab-  Small Boy:  a yard."  '���������Well,   then,   give   me (Wing her nose,  I Something."  'approximately 2000  When Food  c  'f*M^  ours  Harmless. It haa remained the standard with physicIuiih in tlio 50 years  since Its Invention.  ft Ih tho quick method. Re������ulta come  almost Instantly, it is  the approved  j methyl. You will never u������e another  way to  forretri  It t������ with au alkull, j when'" you know.  whl'*h nouti-aH'/^rt \tmny 1Iin<i������ Urn vol-]     na Hiiro, to fret the |* Rim I no Phlllipn"  cluuii for Si,., yuuru in currcctliiK uk-1  cenH aclUft. Much bottlu ecmt.mti.fi full  nlli'cty-tlutiH    any th-uijistor*. ������  About two haunt aftor eating many  people nutf<M* from Hour utomuchH.  They ca'J ii Indlgc-ntlon, IL meana Hint  fh<- Hlomach imtviui have Uuun over-  istirmilaU-d. Tho re i.-i erccesH n<;k1. The  Proof That the Stomach Is Weak  and Needs Toning Up  Are you one of the many sttfferera  who dread meal time? Hungry, atKl  yet afraid to    eat,    because   of   the  pains   and   discomforts   that follow.  When the stomach is but of order the  whole system suffers, and as the blood  becomes thin and watery it becomes  increasingly  difficult  to  correct  the  digestive disorder.    There is no tonic  for the stomach that is not a tonic  for the whole body;, thus    a   blood-  building tonic such as Dr. Williams'  Pinfe.Pills, not only relieves indigestion, but adds to the general strength.  Mr. IX J. Shaw, Selkirk Road, P.E.I.,  has proved the value of Dr. Williams*  Pink Pills in a severe case of indigestion  and  relates  his  experience  for  the benefit of other sufferers.      He  says:���������"I   suffered  from   indigestion  for a .number of years. My case was  so bad that words fail to describe it.  My appetite  was   gone,  constipation  was present, and my nerves were all  on edge.     I could not sleep well at  night, and the world was a dark spot  for me. X tried a number of remedies,  but without  any ^berysflt.     Then Dr.  Will lama' Pink Fllla were recommended, but without much faith, after so  many failures, I decided to try them.  After taking three , boxes I noticed a  change for the better.     Then,J got  threo boxes more and. found I had a.  genuine  remedy.      I  continued   the  treatment,   took   moderate   exorcise,  couLtl take pjalu fo<������cl without suffering as "formerly,   and   proved   that  these pills make good blood, ?p.nd that  this good, blood wHllrestpre tho stomach  and, nerves-    iAhyonc: auiterlng  from .nfcomach or nervo troubles will  make no mis take lh giving Dr. Williams* Pink Pills a fair trial."  Dr. Williams' Pdnk Fills are sold by  all medicine dealers or wllL bo sent by  mall at (K) tienta a ,Uo$ by 'i'ho Dr.  WI Lllama' Medici no Go;, BroekVI 1 lo,  Ont. Write today fpr a copy of the.  frco booklet "What'to Knt and How  to Eat." '-1" ?  Many of us aro kept out of a lot  of mischief'by being* out of funds,  jL^ cS.-5.-8. ,, ^JT JS. ��������� JET' ..jl^.%-^^1-^  JTl^Xl.13   -0"V���������5jT   ^JXQ   'W SIXJ.&  GYPROC  Advantages  .for Farm  Buildings  Easy tp use.  Low coit.  Workable aa lumber.*  Cannot warp, bulge,  crack, ���������hrlnle or burn.  Takes any decoration.  ReiJfttral-ieat ond cold.  Verrtiln proof".  BllmlnMea repair*,  Tdcnl for lining tsar.  na������������, poultry bouiei,  barns, ������r*tn bins, and  other farm buildings.  Especially' suitable  Tor convertInK attics and  . basements Into extra  rooms.  How many rooms in your  home haye walls that are  cracked and faded? Make them  * rgood as e, new" by nailing  Gyproc right over the old, unsightly wallpaper. When you've  decorated with Alabastine your  home will be as attractive and  comfortable as any home can be.  Use -Gyproc-for partitioning  off extra rooms, renovating  attics and basements, and mak-~  ing grain bins, stables and other  farm buildings fire-safe and  vermin-prodf. You can put it  up yourself-r-easily, quickly and  at a substantial saving.  Gyproc Joint filler applied  at all the joints insures a perfectly smooth, flat Surface that  will ijake any decoration.  nmn m acid,  Tlur  rlKhl way  Ih  Phillip*' Mlllr oi  MtltfliVHm   - JUHt   A    1'iHltrk'HH      OuttO      U\  watrn-   Ii iji"   i>l4������n������iuit.    ������������������Hirk'tii't,    ancl  |.(r.(M������^K,,,ti,o������''  SJeiSiuent.  i������������limM������   tvl-tlt     Mlnurd'M  WRITE FOR FREE BOOK  Canada GypBum ond Alabastine Limited t *  Winnipeg, Canada  Please  send   JiandEame  fre;e book,   "Walls   Aflt Keflcct  Good Judgment/' Riving intercBting information on Gyproc  nnd borne decorntlon.  Name..... ..'. ', .'..' .....  Addrcaa -   "EMPIRE"  7iW  N.   vv.   u.   :i7fta  j   IS \  ts  y  FIN4L PAYMENT-  RAD 1097 'rDAD  rSIH/. I?f/.J   -ajavs.sa :  Unemployment Insurance  Winnipeg-".���������Cheques for the final  payment-of 2*4 cents per bushel on  the 1927 wheat.crop are now in the  mail ;for Wheat Pool members in  Manitoba.,-, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Of the total amount distributed  ^mounting to 84,722105.89, Manitoba's share is $251,873.53. ^The Sas^  katchewan.. Pool received ,$2,&70,820,  and, Alberta,  $l,600^l43������7d.  "The final paymferfc this'year is a  flat payment on all grades of .wheat,"  it wli's stated by E5. B. Ramsay, general manager of the - Central Selling  agency. "As all marketing- costs and  all deductions for commercial and  elevator reserves were mads from  the last interim payment; the Pool's  HAS SETTLEMENT PLAN,  final price for the past year on No. 1  Northern, Fort William, was $1.42%  per bethel, as compared with $1.42  paid last year, $1.45 in 192Q, $1.66.in  1925, and $1.01 paid by'' the ^Alberta  Eool in T924."  Regina.���������President A.-J. McPhaii  commented on the fact that the payment this year is somewhat earlier  than the final payment from the i926  crop, which was made on October 1&  last year.  "A detailed report of the operations of th,e ��������� Pools for the crop year  1927-28 is, of course, not yet available, and will not be available until  the annual meeting of delegates,  which takes place on November 20.  but it is sufficient to say at this time  that the Pool management- are satisfied, with the showing-- made during  the past  year. -    They are confident  \ that many Pool members did-not expect the final price to be so generally  satisfactory, and" I can only repeat  what I have already stated on previous occasions, that the Pool organization, as a wheat marketing agency,  can only be-effective to the extent  that it is both efficient, in management and in control of the largest  possible volume of the iotlal marketable wheat from Western Canada. It  is,  I think,  generally  admitted that  , ctSie. Pool organization-is -.to .fce-^eom-  mended for fhe progress made to  date in building up so rapidly such  a. huge organization, and we hope  that our efforts will be assisted in  the future by the addition of many  million bushels more    of    Saskatch-,  ,     ewan wheat,   now marketed  outside  I   of the Pools." **  .Question To Come Up JPor Consider-  ( ation When: Ottawa House Meets  , Ottawa, Ont.���������Unemployment in-  suurance, which v/as the subject of  investigation by the industrial committee of the House of Commons last  session, will be given further consideration when parliament convenes  again. This assurance -was given by  Hon. Peter Heenan, Minister, of Labor, who stated that the majority  of the provinces of the Dominion already had declared themselves upon  the proposal. ������������������."   "  In  its   report   the  industrial  rela-  dorsed the principle of unemployment  insurance, based on compulsory contributions .derived   from   the   state,  the employer and the employee.   The  report further pointed out  that the  I responsibility , for    ^uch ��������� ^legislation  I primarily   Ies led   with,  the -^'provincial  j governments.  findings the department \ of labor  communicated with,, the various provinces to "ascertain whicli - of them  would be prepared to consider adopting the proposal and to what extent  they were willing to go at tlie present .time. ��������� Mr. Heenan intimated  that jthese replies would be submitted to parliament at the next session.  The minister refused to divulge the  views of the provinces in the matter.  ��������� ������������������ v.. .>. > *y ���������  ���������*M^Mi&3m\  t .      -J,     SSI.        ���������        *<"-l^^ m U_  B*3 55 ��������� i   srf!**i������a.5*ssi   Ts������   "fa5"*jl*f|s������  Lord MeLchett, formerly Sir Alfred  Mond, who is in Canada. He proposes  land grants to settlers by the dominion, and the financing- cf the -under���������  tkking- by Great Britain as a solution  to the British unemployment problem.  Order WO! Be Repealed  Tuberculosis In Cattle  Disease Being Eradicated; By Means  Of Restricted Areas  Ottawa, Ont. ��������� Tuberculosis ������n  Canadian cattle is rapidly being  eradicated through the operation of  the restricted area plan, Dr. George  Hilton, veterinary xiirector-general of  the department of agriculture, declares. '"    -���������    ���������        ���������" . ��������� ������������������  Where in seme areas - as high as  7,9 per cent; of cows had been found  infected on the first tests, re-tests  had shown a general falling off to  approximately one-half of one per  cent. I  "'  "There is a persistent and Increasing demand upon the department for  restricted areas/' Dr. Hilton said.  "Farmers have found that Jby replacing infected animals with high  class stock they receive greater financial returns with less work."  New Varieties Of  Seed Wheat Ready  Demand For Garnet and Reward  >*��������� Greater Than Supply  Ottawa.���������Nearly 25,000 bushels of  seed wheat^of the Garnet and Reward  varieties will be provided'by the Department of Agriculture this year, it  is learned. The demand is stated by  officials to be greater than the**"sup-  piy-  The new varieties were developed  by L. H. Newman, Dominion cereai-  ist,  at the - experimental farm here  The grain ripens from seven to ten  days earlier than other varieties.  Last year's sale of seed _ grain  amounted to approximately 3,000  bushels,- So satisfactory, have the  result&lteen that tKIs year's"~produc--  tionCat the experimental farm will  not nearly meet the demand. It is  sold to the farmer at $3 per bushel.  Canadian Residents Working In U.S.  Are Not Immigrants According  To Ruling  Washington,, D.C.���������Order eighty-  six of the TJnited States immigration  department may be formally repealed within the next week.or so'. Promulgated on April 1, 1927, the order  caused international turmoil until" the  Supreme Court of the United States  technically nullified it by refusing to[ManV Killed  review* the judgment of a New Tork  circuit court of appeals, setting aside  its provision that Canadian residents  working on the U.S. side of the border were really immigrants, and  must conform to all requirements of  the  U.S.  immigration laws.'  Gordon McLeod, Now Touring West,  Once Worked On ^asfeaiohewiij'jv' *  9, ,     J-    P      ~SS .  ���������     ' \ ���������!-    '  j, Fami   ^    ,     v    r  Winnipeg, Man.���������A '��������� formed " Saskatchewan farm hand is- now-,visiting  the west under cireiimstSLJaces-- which  can best be described- as-offering sev������  eral Varieties of vivid contrast  Years ago, as a ladv^be was-one"*-of  /the humble toilers at the Indian Head  Experimental Faraf.*--He also, during'  that portion of his career, worked.'for  a time at the 'Imperial Hotel-there.  At this moment, he -is a stage cele-_  brity. ,  The ex-harvester and 'student of  the evening chores is Gordon McLeod, now heading" his- own. London  company on a transcontinental theatrical toiir after being pitchforked'into fame last year -when he took Sir  ���������tK4JM-3j.        ������mz.������2.m. i.mm.m    *J-t*Jfc-*-������>jr    O       JJ-tC^WC WM CbJb.  hour's notice. Sir John was stricken  il) in Toronto, and young McLeod  filled the breach so sensationally that  a number of Canadiap. financiers came  forward and offered him the means  to ste1"* into stardom.  Between the date of his earlier exertions at Indian Head and his present visit to the same vicinity, he ha?  played in China, Japan, Burmah, from  Cairo to Singupore, and from South  Afriea to London. During the war, he  served under General Smuts in the  campaign against^ German Bast  Africa and later, as a junior lieutenant in France.  He Jias previously been starred in  London, but this present year makes  the first occasion on which, .he has  scaled the theatrical heights for an  international tour. * '  A WELCOME FOR  SETTLERS FROM  __ITf������II 101 I?���������?  London, Eng.���������"No bigger untruth  was ever offered ia* respect to a nation and-a country than to say that  Canada does not -wish to have migrants from the British Isles," Premier   Mackenzie  King*  of   Canada" de-  T!lS.r-fi3������     4m7-riajYi43i~is*ft g!-ir    in     Ttl������3    oJMiraa    rt-C  a lengthy speech on Canada's immigration, question' and diplomatic  representation abroad at the annual  banquet of the Canada club here.  . "Not only do we wish to have but  we are prepared to advance money  for theix* passage and indeed in some  Sails For Antarctic  Commander Byrd Commences Expedition To South Polar Regions  Los Angeles, Gal.���������:With .thousands"  of his fellow countrymen at the harbor to wish him" well, Commander'  Richard E. Byrd,. U.S.N., turned his  face this afternoon toward his newest adventure in thd ice-crusted regions bf the South Pole.       ,-'"   y  ">-  The expedition, which embraces  82 members, will cost approximately  $1,150,000. s The money was raised  by contributions from all parts of  the United States. The primary  purpose of the trip is to make accurate maps and ^procure imprtant  meoteorological and other data of  the South. Polar regions. '  *  --���������n"'--~~~-~'~n~"~~',"���������~--J~"^^  Conditions Are Improving  Department Of Labor Reports Foftver  People jlDitemployed" '  Ottawa, Ontl���������Material improvement in employment conditions  throughout Canada during the current year is revealed in figures- dealing -with ���������employment placements released by the department of labor.  Up to the end of August, employment  was found for 285,714 applicants at  the various public employment offices in th,e Dominion. In the first eight  months of last year work was found  for 239,570 applicants.. '  China Inaugurates President  Shanghai, China.���������general Chiang  Kai Shek lias been inaugurated president of China. For the first time in  $7 years of her history as a republic.'  China thus attained a unified central  government. This was a national  holiday. Chiang was installed at Nanking, the Nationalist capital, with  'impressive ceremony, amid general  rejoicing. He was made chairman  of the Nationalist government council, with the title of president.  Building Collapses  Faulty Material and Hasty Construction Blamed For Accident  Prague.���������The catastrophic collapse  of a newly-constructed seven-storey  building* here may have taken a toll  of 64 lives or more, it is feared.  Most of the victims were workmen  putting the finishing touches on the  building. Faulty materials and too  hasty construction are blamed for  the collapse.  The architect in charge of the construction of the building committed  suicide when informed of its collapse.  A woman pushing a baby--carriage  was buried beneath the avalanche of  brick and masonry with her child.  A chauffeur passing in a motor car  suffered the. same fate, as did two  coachmen'and the four horses pulling  their vehicles. About a hundred workmen were in the building when it collapsed.  eases pay tae entire. passage for  those whose labor we specially  need," the Canadian Premier stressed after outlining the prosperity "of  Canada, at present and the exceptional opportunities the Dominion held  for migrants.  Hon. Charles Dunning, minister of  railways for Canada, followed Premier King witia a statement that he  believed many of the British miner-  harvesters *who went to Canada this  fall would remain in the west.  This experiment was merely the  extension to Britain of the practice  followed in Canada for 20 years," he,  remarked. Eastern Canadians had  been going west on harvest excursions for two decades and many rhad������  settled permanently in western Canada.  Tlie speaker strongly deprecated  th.e idea that any considerable * proportion of people without experience  in Western Canada could be expected to start immediately to become  successful farmers on their own account. Assisted settlement schemes  could not in this way be wisely extended, he added.  r A "certain type of propaganda appearing from Canada in the British  press, conveying the impressions that  Britons are not wanted in Canada"  was strongly condemned by the minister.  Will Reveal Pact  London, Eng.���������It is understood;  that the cabinet has decided to publish a white paper containing full details of the discussions leading ty  the Franco-British naval compromise  proposals with relevant documents  and the replies from the powers consulted as soon as certain outstanding  formalities are completed.   ,  Robbery Motive Suspected  Saskatoon.���������Belief that ,:Mike Har*  rison, whose body was found on  blood-soaked newspapers beside the  C.N.R. tracks near Saskatoon, was  tlio victim of foul play, .was^strongth-  oned wlien it was discovered "he had  received SI 05 pay from ni* farmer' n  few days fooforo his death." There  was only in cents in his pockfct when  ho wna found dead, his skull badly  smashed, and wounds on his back.  Floods Hamper llullct Work  West Palm Beach,  Flri.���������Rchablll-  gallon 3as]a.' Ju lhe Imrideaiw- devusl-  ed area about Lake Okeechobee have  been seriously hampered by flood waters. The ��������� lake and fanrroundlns  atroams and rivers were put of their  banks after: heavy mlrio. ThouBtin'da  of acres of farm land wore under  water.  yiMWIIIHIWlMMW������W������.������i,hlll Wltfl������,llil.Mlll^.llM,ll^l,|WI|������,l,l,lllWHa^l,l, ������J>������l������������W>IW*������WBH������WtW,.^  N.    W.    IT.    1755  WELSH IMPERIAL   SINGERS  WinsloirChurdiil! Joins Union  ChaiiftWlor Of E^flreqiaer Is Identified  With Building Trade Workers  London,- Eng.���������Winston Churehill,  chancellor of "the exchequer; who  made quite a reputation as a bricklayer while handling a trowel in the  building operations at bis honie in  Kent Jast summer, has made himself  one witfa his fellow craftsmen by joining the Amalgamated Union of Building Trades Workers. Tlie chancellor who paid his entrance fee by  cbeque will receive his union card  ���������.shortly. ���������������������������-..-,y-::  Notifying the new recruit to trades  union ranks that he wilt be pleased  to enroll him' as a member, James  F. Lslhe, divisional secretary, sent  Ji������r.������ Churchill a copy ofr the "rules  mentioning the entrance fee of five  .shillings and a weekly contribution  of nine pence.  "This," Lane wrote, "entitlesyyou  in addition to trade protection to one  pound a week should you be called  out on strike and to additional unemployment benefits should you at  any time fall out bf employment." _  Under the regulations any one employing the chancellor as a bricklayer tn the future must pay him tho  minimum wage.  Chamberlain Will  Travel Across Canada  *\.  The famous Welsh Imperial Singers wlio arrived In  Quebec  on  the  White   Star  Unci*  sy iuii uu ������* world iuui unuwr the nsitacrHinp oi jvir. tt,.  festyn uavlen.  -Laurontlc"   recently.  l-toadum   Victoria   October   29,    and  Sails From Quebec November 15  Ottawa.���������Sir Austen Chamberlain's  Canadian schedule hns been given out  here,  He will arrivo  at Victoria  on  tho afternoon of Monday, Oct. 29, re-  jiiumiiai; there until Wednesday, Oct.  31/ wtien  ho  leaves  for  Vancouver,  where ho   apenda  Wednesday   nlgf.it.  Sli*'"Austoh will leave Vancouver for*"  Banff ow Thursday morning. He wiU  leave Banff on Sunday, Nov. 4��������� and  arrive  in  Toronto  early  Wednesday  ..morning. Nov. 7, * -**13  Ttio next evening he will leave for  Ottawji, arriving In tlie capital on  the morning of Friday, Nov. 9. His  fltay, Sn Ottawa will continue until  Tuesday, flSTov. 13, when he leaves  to upend ono day In Montreal From  Montreal, Sir Auaten goeu to Quebec,  arriving In tliat city on the evening  of Nov.  14. 1?#*- will   null  from  Onu������b������*������  the next day. ,. *w ww������mMnMpnw  JI.MM.X.   <*J*M/Mi&M.KrMi  HS>JO V JUKI V*  ilETAMiro  Don't wait till the first cold  snap makes you wonder _where _  your summer wages went.    Ue ready  for the cold turn that is not far distant by  -while  stoclns  mrrnm**    *, ������aww   \ft\2*. %JK3A SM.lt V     JLl\Sl/    *������->    *T������<������\/^������������0   VX  I Tsva"i������*6  Facing Both Ways  Within leas than two months  of  JL.1-J T(SSi__    J.,.  ->������>_������.   *.  iu:~ J _������._:������  looou   vitia ueimi  JLl. _  xxeview  muck doubts whether this seal for  the  mining  ind&sfcry   is   justified.  In  some  quarters   it   his been  figured that if the eastern  market  were available to Aiberta coal  ihe  And the incident is al! the more  because simultaneously  putting up a fight to deny  protection to the coal industry, the  B.G. fruit grower is moving heaven  ... AviU  rmingo jjj'  TOftvrriftr    /*irvi-.b*i**r*������cr  ..^, ���������������- mm- Q  VmC-vsr.  ij-n-wjricr'  are complete.    Come in and examine the exceptional values we offer in  Underwear���������Two Piece and Combinations  Mackinaw Pants and Breeches  Lumbermen's Socks.  I  Heavy Socles  I and everything else for Fall and Winter \^ear.    Prices are  ��������� right a.nd the goods are built for long wear and comfort.  Ifllt'   _  HI If    9  CRESTOH  aai8'  i.. Co-0psratf������8 Assb.  Two Stores EB1CKS0H  KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS  WILD ROSE LODGE NO. 39  REGULAR COXVENTKW   every SECOND  and FOURTH IHURSDAY.  PytJsian -welcome to all vSsiting brothers.  E. MALLANDAINE  C.C.  C. P. ARMSTRONG  K.R.&S.  REAL ESTATE  . Listings solicited.  CRESTON,    B.C.  IM  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  ACT AMENDMENTS  THE CRESTON REVIE  Issued every Friday* at Oreston. B.O.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in aclvance.  S3.00 to U.S. points.  C.,F. Hayes, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON. B.C..   FRIDAY.  OCT. 19  .   A Village Census  PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant, unreserved,: surveyed \ Crown  lands may be pre-empted by British,  subjects over 28 years of age, and by  aliens on declaring intention to become  British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation, and improvement  for agricultural purposes.  Full information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions, is given  in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series, "How-  to Pre-empt Land," copies of which can  be obtained free of charge by addressing the Department of Lands, Victoria,  B.C., or to any Government Agent.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes,  and which is not timberland, i.e., carrying over 5,000 board feet per acre  -west of the Coast Range and 8.CQ0 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 is situated,  and are made on printed forms, copies  of which can be obtained from the Lancl  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 stumpage.  HOMESITE LEASES  Unsurvcycd areas not exceeding 20  acres may be leased as homesites, conditional upon a dwelling being erected  in the fLrst year, title being obtainable  after residence and improvement conditions arc fulfilled and land has been  surveyed.  LEASES  "Iter grazing and industrial purposes  ureas not exceeding <K0 acxeu may ho  leaned by one person or a company.  The commissioners did the right  thing in declining to iia ve anything  to do with a .village census to be  taken by the Wrigley directory  people at a charge of 10 cents a  name. The cos^ is too high, and  there is all kinds of competent local,  help for such a job*. ^  However we trust the idea of a  new census will not be entirely  overlooked. On a basis of 426  population Creston will this year  receive about $3000 as our share of  the liquor profits, motor licenses  aiid pari mnbuel revenues, or a  matter of $7 per head.  With the public and high sohool  attendance running to about 250  it looks safe to assume the village  population might be around 500  $7 apiece on only 75 additional  residents would bring along, an  extra $525.  If we are favored with the usual  *,fall   influx    from    the    prairie    a  [looally taken census about December   might  prove   a  good investment.  tion basu-founeS it impossible to  practice "^lia't they glibly preaohed  while in ^-opposition.  'S^\  Prior'trO'midsummer the policy  of protection" hjad no more vigorou*  advocates, than members of the  present provincial cabinet.  Nothing/sJiioVt of a tariff wall  overtopping ^ven that of the United States -wnnSd satisfy Tolmie et  al in the out-bf office days.  Bub  isolate  September   behold  -rr _.      wr'   t\     ������"*- - -mm ��������� ���������    ���������   -    _   _���������  xiyn.  w. .������.. joioje-vetizae, minister or  mines, paying eminent legal  council, hired from outside this orovince,  || to appear before the advisory tariff  1 vrv<V*rtfl      *w*    **������rx      <*flfVw***t--      ftn   mnairatiC1   ������**������������������*.  ��������������� ar m*mt mm ���������������-- ���������*��������������������� *���������# *������ *l*������   V     .   VW        %**��������� *f *f   "*-������ ** *���������*     A+AA  extra  50- bents  a   ton duty being  placed on eoa.l.;v  Thia added '' protection woul z\  have enabled the industry in Nova  Scotia and Alberta to compete  successfully -with U.S. - coal in  Eastern- Canada.  But Mr. McKenzie was seized  with fear that if the Canadian  duty, on coal from the U.S. was  raised, Uncle Sam would in turn  raise the tariff on Canadian coal  entering the republic to the south  arid British Columbia mines, more  particularly on Vancouver Island,  would be shut, out of the "U.S.  j market.  And so we have the spectacle of  a hif?h protection B.C. administration^ spending money to preyefit  Alberta and Nova Scotia enjoying-  the benefits, of this same sort of  high protection.  Aside" from showing up the  Tolmie cabinet as an outfit of  hypocrites  on   tariff'matters in at  ������hs sister provihub -aoui^s  market about one million additional tons of this fuel, a very con  siderable part of whioh would come  from the Crows Nest district and  assure employment to. many hundreds oP extra miners all of whom  would be ou tomers for the Creston  \f allAVf   Vivmlic* ������*#$������������+jr.  WIU  cat v.*  TV JUtKW  & 1 \.e.*.t-a  considers, aduuu protection  for orchard products.  Cidsb "Vinegar���������Finest qualitya at  50c. g-illon.    A. MirabelH, Oreston.  F<->R SAt.15���������McClary range, sewing  machine, phonograph and records,  enamel   top   kitchen   table,   washing'  I machine, coal heater, chairs, beds,  ft'shCs, tools, etc. M. B. Ostendorf  (Alice Sidinj?) Creston,  ("���������rand  * Theatre  IS^SSE  An Auspicious Start  GRAZING  Under the Grazing Act the Province is divided into grazing districts  and the range administered under n  Grazing CoinmLw������Io*������er. Annual grazing permits are issued batted on numbers ranged, priority being gEven to  ^ttLahllMliiM owners;. Bt-oek-ownera may  form associations for range management. Free, or partially free permits  arc available for settlers), camp-era or  traveller*!, up to ten hood.  Review editorials get results���������  sometimes. A couple of months  ago we admonished Editor Pearson  of the Press to call to the attention  of Kimberley citizens the benefits  of municipilization, and the immediate reproduction of the Review,  artiole has been followed by the  naming of a strong committee to  look into the matter.  Judging by the report of the  board of trade meeting at which  our old friend A. R. Qwanuoii presided and gave the undertaking his  cordial support, K.mborley appears  to be pretty solidly behind the  move for self governmsent. '  In fact, just nt present, it looks  as if Kimberley will not be satisfied  with villago administration, but  will stop right out into full fledged  city incorporation���������and will make  no mistake in doing so. oither.  With a population of 2500* and  nsnuming the government gratuity  will be on a baAis of about $7 per  head, Kimberley should bo in a nno  pot* it ion to Hccuro the most of tho  bent in n:od<������rn city con von ion nes at  3E3E  3t=![=  3EE=1[3G  Printing of distinction���������printing,  fine and correct, conveying the  right sentiment for every occasion-  Printing jFor 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. \  REST0N   REVIEW  COMMEBfclAL   PRINTING  DEPT  jEHsarac  JCSilSSwaKSHI  lODSJQIE THJS.- CRKSTOIi - -Rsysaw  t ������*'  /  r  1  "'wo  a 6   fsrvs^fy  ,-c^^nfS  _ for  the Kltehen Raage  or your Heater. A good, big load for  $2.50, delivered in town; sligntly more  outside of town. Phone your orders  early.  OJEIASfc 0������:RQDGERS'  The Hilton dairy At 3Tabk haa  Just notined that the price of milk  is.raised to 15 cents a sjuai-t.  Vernon orohardists haver lienred  it out that this yearit .qoets 15c.  to pick a packed box of apptes. -  ��������� Owing to insufficient patronage  the hospital at Grand J?ork3 has  been closed-^for the winter st any  rate.   * '        ~  '"*" ���������* '  The New Denver  Record -states  fch������*re 5a s������o trnth in the report thai  thereja!?e seven bootleggers in that  Free of eharge the Consolidated |  have placed at the disposal of Kim- ii  berley fire brigade a. brand new fire | J  truok carrying 1000 feet of hose,;]  chemicals, axes, etc,, along with*I  whiGh-Ro the services of twoessKsr-s  ienoed men;  Nureenr Slock  W������������3������gJm:m>  It combines in a de-  -M. Al I> i-O-!  MAROQNI  y  Improvements in design, and appearance of  sets. Inductions in prices, and��������� a promise pf  a better line of broadcast programmes will  make this a record year for radio. Come in  and make arrangements for a demonstration  in your own home. ~ -  P R EM IE R   GARAGE  PALBV8ER   ft.    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED 8V GASOLINE  x"  Our Service  Ttf-j- r*~P.\~ rr.,~,*+ ^^-^tiiloUtc^A in 1ft75_ And dnjv  luge .period oi more than fifty years Branches  have beep established from time tothbe at carefully chosen points. Tbe&service at all branches  is local and personal, tpit it is also world wide  In scope. A moderate sized Bank���������not too  mafchinerltke,���������with a friendly interest in its  chents. ,   .    .    -     *  SIR  ���������' ������**������������������  *.������  CREoiTON BRANCH  ^IJC  C W. ALLEN, Manager.  Branches nt Irenuero. Cranbrook and Fernie  Ta tf&e  ttS Country  Ghristm&s ������. Mew Yestpm  ���������-' ���������?' .���������';   .: "A.- ,    '������������������������������������ '      "��������� ���������   ?' 'l;.'   ;,'- .y-'-y  irom WINNIPEG 10 a.m. to connect with  ���������t ii  During  December  V  LQW  "W%    ' '   J.?'   AST* ���������"���������    ���������  tconmd ,1 rip  FA.R������S  to the  Return Limit  Five Months     '  SS. MINNEDOSA  frohi Quebec, November 28  Glasgow, Belfast, Liverpool,  ���������    ��������� >  'v  SS.,M ETAGAMA  from Saint John, December *7  Cherbourg, Southampton. Antwerp.  S.S. MONTCLARE  From Saint John, December 7.  Ghipfjjow, Be-lfant. Liverpool.  1 S.S.MELITA  From M������atmt Jrtlin, December 14,  St. Holler (Channel .Tslrtiida J  Cherbourg, Southampton, Antwerp.  S.S. DUCHESS OF ATHOLL  from Su!tit John* December 15.  GlnBRd w - Liverpool.  '  '  '&SL'jiAOr^k>YALM.    ,  from l3rtmt'John; Detwhtber 21  Gins/row, Liverpool.  An organ ree!tal "from"? to 7.30  each Sunday eVenins: is .a new  feafcuine of United Qhnrch   worship  at re eri>16j.  Th** n&w provincial  -Rovernnient  ,��������������������� *������>*������    -^ ������������������������������*?������������������       l������**l>.       a*"*.****^,      *������������������ !������������������������.#%.        *MA<������ *m f?-r*.^-LJ^*rm* ir* b;  ��������� *LVU     J %W*V        m*m*y       ia^il������ ��������������� W**W * -������**^.m      ^ >_r*a ^j-w ���������,  i ������,���������  tendentB    at    <3ran<5    Forks    and  Greenwood.  Bamberley hss mocleroissed to the  extent of having a oound.-'.'law, and  1 J. P. Trleljaw  hss  h  poiandkeeper.  Kaslo hoard --of trade is asking  the government to keep tie road  between Balfour assd, Kaslo open  for winter traffic  "The trustees at Fernie have refused the use of part of the sohool  to one of the teachers who -wished  to wsa it for dancing classes.  A������ S. Exter of Kaslo has just  shown the-Kootenai������V*H Cox Orange  apple half-of which is natural color  hot the other half i . solid dark red.  2441 autos carrying 8632 passen  gers stayed at the Cranbrook  auto  camp this season.     Cranbrook also  had   two  privately  operated   anto  camps.    -  Samples of Kaslo.Ts ' domestic  water have fust been analyzed at  the laboratory Of the University of  ASberta, and are found to be practically pure.      y ,  Penticton  had a sale of lands for  tases  last  -week   when   properties  yielding:  Sl629^of tases annually  j were  offered   and -lands that-paid |  $643 of taxes were sold.'   ' ..  Twelve jssembersof the teaching  staff of Eureka. Montana, public  school visited Fernie-one day last  week to investigate the teaching  methods at the latter place.  Stray dogs invaded the poultry  pens of K. Tt. Wood a; Grand  Forks one night last week and  killed 140 Leghorn pullets that  had just commenced laying.  Tiie   Courier    uses    some    very  strong  language ,to castigate cer  tain   nnknurwn   persons  who  have  been "-stealing   wreaths   from   the  graves in Cranbrook cesnstery.  The cannery ab Penticton ha*5  this - year mamifaotiired 26,000  oases of cherries,, aprioots, peaches  and plums. A ton of Bartlett  pears; has also been canned as an  experiment.  Grand Pprlcs has such dieorisnin-  atin-g taste that the Burns Company ar3 now bringing in Calgary  "Pride of the Prflirie*' beef for customers who do not like, the home  killed article, '  Hotelmen oil East Kootenay in  convention at Cranbrook deoided  to ask tho government to amend  the liquor  law. so  that it will -be  leggal   to soil tieer by the bottle for  oonsumption xmtskfe beer parlors.  I .^imWt. #���������������.������ I  JmKJi. UJt  nil  tXlX*.  VJTJ.  the vital  things our  systems need.     And  when Milkis handled  the way we handle it  it is fhe most whole-  SOilaefOuu uhto.iua.hle.  rfn������.I L:_i?t: :~mmi ;^  .uur CMH3I. uusiucsa iju  life is prodttcing and  selling   good   . Milk.  #  I have secsifed the agency  for the well known Riverside Nurseries of Grand  Forks, B.C., and. will he  calling on the ranchers of  Creston V^alley in the near  future. * -  See  before  me sseipre uuymg  Fruit Trees, etc., elsewhere  as I have some attractive  prices on AI Nursery stock  for spring delivery.  Through- Sleeping Catr& front IV-cjSteW'8 Fo.tnts  OonncctlnR with 9peelal Train a ub Whinlpoiff.  For Choice Accommodation Mahe Reservations Now  ****** N- '  trull |Mirtioit)nra from nny Ticket A#ont pf the  a.nsloes.si  r*siGETflC  r Always carry tUnrmiilumi Pacific Travellers1 CbwiueH.  Good the world over.  %m\*********WA*mt*^     - -     ������������������- ������������������ - - - '���������-������������������'  ��������� - -���������- ��������� -���������' - i  -   -  - -  * riiitcd Mutter Vv F������.ps cift tCcyficw Office  AT THE  N&w Store  We invite yoit to inspect our  new stock of  - Bffl������n0������ &ttoo&  i^ %j0g!0ijfc01||������" tej^j^p1  ���������. ''aind-  KS$������fP������** Wmstmll������  Full stock.    Priced right.  mmTW.&  Shoe and  Harness  ^m   tto^j ^y^tt  Repairing  R. A. COMFORT  1  V. MAWSON  BOAR FOR SERVICE  Registered Berkshire boar for service, $2.50. A. G. Cox. Vaness ranch  (Alice Siding), Creston,  MB  y tlie  Of*  aoicf a on  riosici  Maple Leal and Robin. Hood Floiir^  ��������� Bran, Shorts, Barley Chop, Crushed Oats  Chopped Oats, Wheat  Timothy, Alfalfa, Prairie Hay  We carry complete stocks.  In Flour* Feed, Fuel it will pa^rtQ-get^our  prices before buying elsewhere.  i  H-a       Ob  cOREATH  .orift  ml ~A T  spending less than  consists   in  you 'earn'p.  ���������  If by careful economy yota can  save snoneyv. you have^tkk-an^a  long step to ward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings balances and shall welcome youi*  account* m  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000000  Reacrvc Fund i$20|0P0<00p  Creaton Branch  R. J. Forbes^'MAiafltecr  B  MEAT MERCHANTS  S**"*"***"  SW  |TIIY O0K  SHAMROCK PORK SA USAGE  Art oconomtciU dlah, easy to boivo.  ���������   ��������� .    's ������< *  %^afmM.mT.tmfWm wWf*C*������^C      WM'W *\mWWS.J[>    ������������ jfrft-WTWiJ    MJNJPrk,, ^i> %/jFM^l    WMWm%m     WaS'*^\%.. Kl*\, iW^sw  ~f2i KKtnAt BU*   f*&t?AtmJLtS?&Vi   OffT'T'iri?  %MM*Jc*iVJLJjrlUm%Mi.    %*JNL&jfotWa*JK M    tS*J I MJCmS/C  - Government Ri-iidod, hlgheat quality,.  .FRESH nd CURED FISH  nil varieties.  Choicest BEEP, FORK, M&TTON, VEAL, MAMB  MVUhr tS*      Il  %dw*������  rria*-** m-t m m  pn.fytmv* *w.w%*m   ������p-*#**,r^tmm  !mr.������wiRciM. t*jrg; j>rodii������(4on ������nd |������rod*jiee������ better tioultpy.  Buy tho Bwx.t. nTtarrn  jk. i a ��������� J  T>TT������TTTTT-i-TXl*>-  X -.jXH V ,-8-JU VV - .  7  s^fjf&  war _-<*������r-* -ATl!i������ir       ^^  ������3a>   __&  ill rs^ p__  jijifi  1111$^^  laiaralJFI ���������������?   LI Ai*l*,VftBB.Tka,F'V  ���������*f vat-v niur r liiifwisa  BRIEFLY TOLfr  The demand for 'registered seed  next year Will be ������.ven greater than  irt previous seasons in the opinion of  the Saskatchewan. Registered Seed  Growers' Association in Moose Jaw.  Dr. y Sf Parkfes f Cadhaan, -chairman  of ^he China famine relief organization in. ivew York. City, received information of the reported massacre  of about 200,000 persons by fanatic  Moslems in Ivansu Province,  China.  For the twelve months ending  August 31, the Dominion Bureau of  Statistics reports that alcoholic beverages valued at $23316,178 were exported froni Canada to the ITnited  States.  More than 1,000 Saskatchewan old  timers werein'���������/'���������'receipt: of old age  pensions under the plan approved at  the last session of the provincial legislature at the end of September and  there are about 2;000'more applications under investigation.  Capt. T. P. .Worshop, ^4, formerly  Port warden oi' Vancouver -and one  of the first to operate a vessel on the  3-r-f.ji"    *V--!r*v^'    -!-:���������?-=--    J,i*-n������    Xfln.r>������*ji-Urf  ^p^Krt      i uaVn    4.t������c������;   ^u^iuo    ^.^>*mm~ --  gold rush, died at his home in Kamloops, B.C., after an illness of several  months.  Stocks of surplus military explosives, including more than 126,000  pounds of TNT. accumulated by the  government  during  the World "War,  Shortage Of Butter  Canadian    Production    /Not   Keeping  Up WHti Domestic Requirements  J. A. Caulder, President of the National Dairy Council* of Canada, tola  the delegates to the annual meeting  of the Dominion Mortgage and Investments Association, that Canada  this yearv would be 15,000,000 or 20,-  000,000 pounds feftort of supplying  her own ..butter'requirements. The  dairy industry has net; kept pace  with increased population, he said,  and Canada had the highest per  capita consumption of butter in the  world^approx:mately; 2S 'pounds a  year.   ;--'-  WHENYOURBABy  ES A COLD  '   T^eat������sg@stf is, fs@s���������  Mothers prefer the external treatment,  Vicks  VapoRub, for children's colds, because it avoids  thc constant "'dosing" so disturbing to delicate  !it������"U! stoarsachs,.Yovt just rub it oa $he throat  andchestat'becltiine. /    - ^ ��������� <~  -   ���������/*��������� ' >,--.",       - -     -  Other members of the family prefer  Vicks for their own colds, because It is  convenient, and quick infringing relief.  - jpot free sample* write Vicfc Chemical  Co., No. I Lee St., Greensboro, North  |>f|^feft������dto     Carolina,U.S.A. J  VADnRubt  In spite of all precautions . little  -ones will take cotds-yespecially during the changeable days' of our Fall  season. When the first symptoms  appear���������-sneezing, redness of the  eyes, running nose:���������Baby's Own  Tablets should be given at once.  They will rapidly break up the cold  ahd* prevent more serious complications.  Mothers who keep a box of Baby's  Own Tablets in the home always feiel  safe. In fact; they are like having a  doctor in the house. They are a gentle but thorough laxative that sweeten the. stomach, and regulate the  bowels, thus driving out constipation and indigestion and relieving  the baby of the many childhood ailments which are the direct result of  a clogged condition of the bowels or  ,_    .   ,   -.  .  , ..    , sour stomach.      They are absolutely  have been put to industrial uses, thfcj safe_being  guaranteed    to    contain  no drug at all harmful to  even the  youngest babe.   They cannot possibly  United  States  Bureau  of  Mines   re  ports.  Men would do well to copy the fair  sex in the matter of scant garments,  Dr. Gerald S. Webb, of Colorado  Springs, told physicians conferring at  the ETew York Academy of Medicine.  Short skirts and light clothing worn  by women prevent pneumonia, he  said.  Animals  Minard's  heals   bruises,   sores,  .sprains, saddle   boils,    distemper, etc.  15 76  A Frock Of Distinction  \  Decidedly V smart is the frock pictured here. The pointed bodice is  joined, to .the skirt having plaits at  front and a slightly flared back, a  shaped collar,--fand long sleeves gathered to deep cuffs. No. 1576 is in sizes  34, 36, 38, 40 and 42 inches, bust. Size  36 requires*?!^ yards 39-inch o? 2%*  yards 54-inch material, and % yard  39-inch c^ritraJSting Tor View "B."  Price 2D cents the pattern.  Every woman's desire is to achieve  that smart ^different appearance  which draws favorable comment  from the observing public. TEie designs illustrated in our new Fashion  Book are originated in the heart of  the style centers and will help you to  acquire that?touch desired air of individuality. Price - of the book 10  cents the copy.     -  -How T������ Order Patterns  Address: Winnipeg Newspaper Union.  175  McDermot Ave.,   Winnipeg  Pattern No.  Size  do harm���������they always do good.  Baby's ..Own Tablets are sold ��������� by  all medicine dealers or will be sent  by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,   Ont. 4C:  Value Of Tourist Traffic  Name  Town  Knew He Was Safe  "I think'we should talc' a walk doon  " the toon and see    the shops, lassie,"  said an Aberdonian to his wife.  "But they're a' shut," she replied.  "D'ye think I didna ken that?"' he  said.    "I'm no' daft a' th' gither."  HE DIDN'T THINK  DYSENTERY  COGJ9.D BSE &EB.BO/ED  No  Official  Figures   On Amount   Of  Money Spent Have Been Given  Out  How much money do people from  the United ^States leave tn .Canada  every year? No official figures have  been given out, but guesses run all  the way from $100,000,000 to $400,-  000,000. TK6 Royal Bank of Canada estimates that $275,000,000 was  left by United States visitors to Canada in 1927, compared with $140,000,-  000 in 1925.  This year traffic has been unusually heavy. In Quebec, wtiich 3,430  cars from the United States entered  in 1925, 425,000 cars were expected  to enter this year. Ontario shows a  much larger figure, but the length of  stay is less.  It is estimated that 3,000,000 cars  from the Unitod States will have entered Canada before the close of the  present year. Canada, seeing what  is ahead, isvbUBy spending millions of  dollars  for good roads.  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  OCTOBER, 21  CHRISTIAN STEWARDSHIP  Golden    Text:  their own selves  Corinthians   8=5-  Oemand E'er "Registered Seed  The demand for    registered    seed  next year wilS be "even greater,, than  in previous seasons in the opinion of  the officials, "of    the    Saskatchewan  First   they    gave  Registered Seed Growers' Association  to    the    Lord."���������2  Lesson: 2 Corinthians S.l-9, 15.  Devotional Reading: Psalm 95.1-7a.  in Moose Jaw.  \  Explanations and Comments  The Example -Of Christian' GeneV-  osity" Given By the* Churches In  Macedonia, 8.1-5.���������Paul calls to the  mind of his readers, the Christians  of Corinth, "the. example in generosity  of the Macedonians (the churches of  Phiiippi,. Thessalonica and Beroea),  and ascribes the la������ter?s large collection for the poor" at Jerusalem "to"  God, whose grace,    or    love,    moved   skieS."  The Oil Of Power.?���������It"is not claimed for Dr. .Thomas' Eclectric Oil that  it will remedy every ill,, but its uses  are so" various that it may'be lookea  upon as a. general 'pain killer. It has  achieved that greatness for. itself and  its excellence is known to all who  have tested its virtues-and learned  by experience."  ���������    ���������   "     ��������� ��������� . -. -\  "You're doing well, young fellow,"  said the shipping" clerk encouragingly,  "the foreman;"'"praise"s -you  to  the  Mr.  An    Oil    Without    Alcohol.���������Some  oils and many medicines havcralcohol  John   Moiling,   Fennor,   Alts-, 1 as  a  prominent  ingredient.   A  judi  writes:���������HI am a returned Boldier,  B-nd when I cjtmo homo from overseas  I suffered greatly with dyacntery. Tho  doctor said it "waa Chronic and did not  ���������think it could "bo relieved, However,  fc.6 doctored mo for quito a *wl).Uof but  did mo no -p-ooa. Ono day tho druggist  esked uio if I had ever tried  Vy1 E.XT-nOp-v^.-.  "On bin rocommoiidaUon. I bougH  ��������� bottlo and after I had takon It got  Home relief, no I got two marti, and  lavo never had tho dysentery < nlncii  1025."  J������titm������ only by TJio/r. Milburw 0*.,  Liniilflu, Toruutu, Ont  clous mingling of six essential oils  compose Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil,  and there Is no alcohol In it, so that  its effects .are lasting.  pouches that AM  Stifle ioDresses  <B& MAE, MARTIN  It's amazing to see  how easily out-of-style  dresses are transformed  by a few buttons, a little  braid and the quick  magic of home tinting or  dyeing. ^  Your tinting or dyeing  will  always delight you,  if you   are   sure   to   use  only  true,   fadeless   Diamond Dyes. Tinting with  them  is  easy  as  billing,  and dyeing takes just a  little    more    time., New  colors appear like magic  right over the old colors. They give  all the shades, with never a hint of  that redyed look which comes froni  inferior dyes.    Insist    on    Diamond  Dyes and save disappointment.  "eoior Craft," my big new book of  dollar-saving hints, will be sent you  FREE. Write Mae Martin, Diamond  Dyes, Windsor, Ontario.  Women voters outnumber men in  four constituencies in England, and  in two of these, Cheltenham and one.  Glasgow division, thc present M.l?,'s  are. bachelors.  them  to  generosity.  Affliction which  had put*their Christian character tb  the proof (1 Thess. 2-14), their overflowing joy (1 Thessi 1.6), and their  dire poverty, .had resulted in spirit-;  ���������ual richest-great liberality. For they  gave willingly as *ihey were able, and  indeed more than they\vere able, as$  he,    Paul,    could   testify. .    Perhaps  Paul at first thought, the Macedonians:  too poor themselves to sbare in thisj  collection.; ^ifor he now?says that they?'  begged tSe privilege of -joining in^-tbis  grace and fellowship'.  "The: contribu-"}"  tion- of the Macedoian Christians was  really   comparable  to   the  giving  of  the widow's mite." j  "Strange to say, it is not those to  whom the gospel comes' easily, and on  whom it imposes* little, who are most  ���������generous in Its cause."   ��������� Oh the con-'  trary,  it is those ^ho have suffered  j for itj those who have lost by it, who  [.are as    a   riile   most   open-handed.  Oom������orjt���������makes    men  .selfish,    even  though-&ey .^rejai-.-jChristian;    but   If  they are Christian, affliction, even to  the  spoiling of their  goods,   teaches  them generosity."���������^-James Denney.  The collection was to minister to  "the saints" CPaul'd term for Christ's  followers)at Jerusalem. Thdro were  several reasons 'for their poverty.  "The religious prejudices of the Jews,  amongst, whom they lived, entailed  upon them constant social persecution, even *in times of comparative  peace; the claims of Christian visitors  upon their hospitality ware heavy;  the maintenance of the apostles and  of a disproportionate number of  Christian teachers threw on them an  unduo share of Christian burdens.  But whatever the pauses of their poverty, it was certainly chronic,"  "I'd sooner he'd yypraise me to the  boss," was the quiet reply.  COUGHS  are Nature*s signals warning  that resistance' is broken and  tHe body undernourished.  Scott's Emulsion  is a blessingftb all who need  strength. It helps keep they  body vigorous and healthful.  Tif itl.PP sPPPP'PSa1s ���������;���������,..:;������������������   '���������;  Scott & Bo-woe. Toronto, Ont. 25-59  I  iS.  VV,    i r.  illPf  ll'.is VlBtfceil Muny CouiitrleH  Tlio Prince of Wales must by this  time be one of tlie most widely travelled young men of his* ago. When  ho returnf* hi January he will have  officially visited 27 countries ��������� Canada, Australia, India, South Africa,  New Zealand, Malta, Gold Coast. British East. Africa, Kenya, Tanganyika,  Rhodesia, Nigeria, Bnsutoland, Sierra  Leone, Malnya, West Indies.* "United  suites, Argentine, Chili, Egypt,  Spain, France,- Belgium, Uruguay,  Central America, Chlmi, and Japan.  Singing    Muator   ���������   Your    wife's  voice Ut greatly Improved.  ITufOumd ���������Tow, but not cured yet.  MJiu'wrt"--. B^luUiSiCast lc*v i.rV.13.-,' Wo.ixU"..  Women,and ANtlirnn. Women are  numbered atrtong the sufferers from  asthma by the countless, thousands.  In every climate they will be foxihd,  helpless in the grip of this relentless  .diHeuBti" uiilti^ti they have availed  themselves of the prober remedy. Dr.  J. D. Kellogg'a Asthma Remedy has  brought hew.-hope and life to many  such. Testimonials.; - sent-' entirely  without solicitation,, uliow the enormous benefit--'It- has^wrought among  woriion ovorywhere.    ,  As a vermifuge an effective preparation is Mother 'Graves' Worm  ISxtermlvator, and It can po given to  tho moHt delicate child without fear  of injury yto "tlie conptitutjiofi.  Scotchmen are said to be untidy,  but ttkey like;'ppepiv whieky heat,  St Charles Milk  "'"������������������"'���������'i^i>ii"y  Tt Ih said" that human bolngfl uti-  consciously assqeiato a color with a  particular sound. To the s pedestrian  a motor hori^ Huggofats, both black and  blue.     ���������'<*%��������� '--"���������       ;;,\'��������� ���������" "'���������'��������������������������� S  Those who thought that mining  was an underground operation will  bo surprised at the growing use of  iuii't.>'ji(.iji������,u������iH  hi-, (hat iuuiiMU'y. - -  Culiciira -Baths Comfort  And Refresh The Skin  Cleanse and freshen your skin by bathing daily -with Cuticura Soap. If theroare  any oigns of plmplefa, redness or roughness, follo^ wlih>ct: pontic application of  Cutloura CJlntnWSivt to' soothe and heal,'  Cuticura Talcum, smooth, cooling and  fragrant, is the ideal tottet powder.  H������.wp|������ K*������*. tr.������ -br ������������������.   A <!.!!*��������������� C.n.,\\.n *D������tvnt9   "*������������������������>.  - ~- A,idt,M\U.t^,'<   JTle������, liaaip m, Qlntmaut ta ������nd tMc,  fcO������������4. I,**,  U'alaiim Bin  CwUcura SK������tCob Stick SKEJc, X  f .   >      '  iw*.t������v  '. f a. cl  /  A Double Escape  DOCTOR'S DAUGHTER'S STORY  'Another Toronto home provides evi-  <MW*������V������X.   V4   a������"fcST**      C*    IUU1I/1W    v>U������>y     M*-������ *j**.-tmmm.   \s*.  bruise, may pave the way to deadly  .blood-poison, and how vital is the need  for keeping Zatn-Biik, always handy?  " When  called  upon at 3, Bushness  Avenue, Mrs. J. E. Zealley, daughter  of the late Dr. Bevan, of St. David's,**.  Wales, said:���������"My boy Alfred scratched his leg with the brass tag of a shoe -  lace.  A nasty poisoned'Bore developed  and it defied all the usual ointments.  Hearine- splendid reports about 2am--  Buk I decided to give it a trial. Tojny  great relief, the balm soon caused heal-  ivr ing to set* in.   ..All inflammation and  "st T\r\\w>,r\cvTtKv^rr\CkrvrtA^ woe jn r*������qiriir *���������**���������������rw*-rtr������rt  "' by Zam-Btik,' an^d^at healed the' sore..  without leaving a ^scar.      *'-'*  "Again wh'en I felj over a steel fender ..  and injured-my knee badly, Zam-,Buk ,  alone saveji-me. My daughter* a mirse*.  -was of the^opinion that only air opera- '  tion could remove the mass of inflammation andvpus.   But .1 again pinned  jnv fnith-tn' Zairi-Euk? and- it cleansed1^  .and healed the wound."   All druggists  and stores sell'Zam^ouK afci fifty cents"  per box.  Equally valuable for. eczema, -  pir9ptes,-cuts;"inirhs, etc.       ~        "'  THE CRIMSON  .... WEST-  ���������  ��������� BY ���������  ALEX. PHILIP  p-4?AfSie^-1>:B' sPeclal Arrangement  With Thomas Allen, Publisher,  ;    Toronto.  Ont.  sSl  -<>-,,  . . .    CHAPTER HI.���������Continued.    .  Janet" laughed, "t will go now to  give you the chance." With a playful flick of her whip toward Douglas,  she was. off like an arrow.  Donald turned to liis" friend. "I  hop$ that you, are satisfied now-that  you have made an ass out of me."  "Quite happy, old dear. I aidn't  Snd it a. hard job."  ^ Donald., laughed."  "I'll race you to  the gym."   ":*,-.       .    _  As the bout was to take place on  Monday, this was to be the last day  of training. The fans -who had flocked  to see "-Donald -in his' work-outs admitted, that he ha3fi wonderful speed,  ,but* would be unable .to stay the  twenty -rounds with' the formidable  Garrieau.,,, T[he ,verdict of. the knowing ones was that it would take more.  than a' snappy tleft-hand to lift "the  laurels from the champion who pos-  sesseclJthe virtue" of the terrible  punch.    *  To the boxer training is a trying  ordeal. The daily grind of road-work,  bag-punching, rope-skipping and pulley work becomes monotonous, the  nerves become; frayed"? and if the  weight has to be materially reduced  the boxer-develops a bad temper and  is anything .but a cheerful companion.  As Donald, prepared for bed  that  night he thdught with relief that the  mm.m.m-m. m \. .. .. .m L������*w      m, mm      .*.     V������������������>J^      VA.      .X^mli,. JU   4.4  be glad when it's over,!' he mused.  xrxiS   IXLcwicS.tlOn.5   vycic   interrupted   by  a rapping on the door. In answer to.  his invitation^ to cdme������.in,- the door  opened" ahd a small-man of unpre-  posessing appearance entered.  _ The visitor was indeed a most repulsive" man, of uncertain age, and  with skin of ������ sickly yellow! One  -eye v/at? -sightless, which he ascribed  to an accident during a football garde.  Those-familiar with his Shady past  averred that it was caused by the  vigorous applications an adversary's  thumb during , a-- bar-room brawl.  - 'TitriC&arrieau's manager," he said  Importantly:, " **  ..-. ^^Wfhat ^do *you want?"    demanded  r\n~~1J       rn.1m~-.4-t-. -    ~  wuucuu| OJJ.UJ. t*y.     ; v  "Now, see here, Kid. We've  got a  dead, cinch to ������:op de change.   It's dis  chance���������in- de woild to beat de Slug-  ger. Get^irie?, Well, dere ain't a bit  of sense of*" de Slugger beatin' ��������� you  up for nuiiin*, so we frames de -bout.  be heavy bettin* wiU -be on de Slugger, so we fixes it for, de Slugger to  go -'till about de "tent* round, so's  it go - 'till about de tent round, so's  to give de fans, a run for'dere money.  We gets all de money dat -we can beg,  borrow and steal and puts It on you  to win. We puts, up a slam-bang  fight. Ypu can take de drop a couple  of times, and den down goes de Slug-  j-ger.     De fans will just eat it up. De  t  tTir  ^^~^>p  THE CALL tS POU  SODA WAFERS  In the store or on the'phone, always askjor  '^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l^^^^^^m  "Good-night, Doug."  "Good-night,   Sis."  Douglas stood for "a while staring  into nothingness. "I don't blame  her," be* said; aloud. "I don't, know  anything about him, but I'll bet he is  a real man."  CHAPTER1V.  The arena    and    the    grand-stand  -Dili   M     ������,���������     .^...w.,.  Am,.3mLt ���������.\m       JkVCU&AJIV  you see this boy strip." -  "Here he comes!"  A roar -of applause greeted the  champion as he came' down the east  aisle bowing right .arid left in answer  to their plaudits. >. His ��������� dark, massive body seemed fairly to shine as  he leaped to the ring with easy grace  and stripped off his robe. He stood  in his corner with his hands on the  .    .4..     ��������� ��������� ^     .      .     j     . Topes, shuffling his feet m the resin,  were packed, the 3.R.O. sign having     ..���������        ���������. ������    ,      8  ^ ���������.    ,4. ������,������  Z. ..    .. 4. , ,    1        mif   still smiling and glancing about the  been hung out at two o'clock.      The & fe  cosmopolitan    crowd    sat    in    solid  "Tho  wonder metal of the  -age"   is a fitting term  for  Aluminum.     11 s lightness,  hrightness,, flexibility,, ffree=....  dom from rust������ and many  other good qualities, make.  it adaptable to a multitude"  of uses,; a chief. one : being  .   as a container par excellence  for good tea���������Red. Rose Tea  is packed only iii this modern  metal package. J2W  'inEttrope  I!  lili!  Special Sailings ta'  England-Ireland-Scot-  1 nnd���������Fran ce���������BelgiUjin.  To opond Olirlstmas with tlio  folkr* at home will bn moro  npproclnteil tliuw all tlio  proaciitR you could s������ml to  tlium. Everyone wilt l>u hup-  plor If you aro with them.  Monlreal-CtaSjioW'Iiclfam-l-Hverpool  B^f^^a-jfos&fticj Nov. S^  XTqH/ax-Plinnouth-ClKirlourit-Aitltvtrfi  l*0iknli������nil    Dec.   2  I^n>]il������i-ni-it'       Deo.   O  %       TTa1{fbx"Glt.fSOW*Belfast-ZJvtrpaol  - SR.������rfijr������������* S5������c. 13  JIallfaxrQ������eemlowH-L{vtrt>ool  Baltic D������c. IO  w,   *Wmttlp^U..cliir������iUtto.-jiojaiuceu  For compleit information, J>7io>s������  writi or call  224 Portaft������ Kvo.. Wlitnlpofl, Man.  Ijnntl Wlttil.. <J������lilary, Aha.  ���������uannrta mdrt., Hfl������Utttoon  J������aclflc Vidi..., Vaacouvcr, n.C.  '-'-^Atf^MJ'fl^l'wfti**^���������^  . Pi"llw4wi  k^Lw B|^W i  N.  ,W.-  V.   .1.705  tent" round will find you stannin' toe  to toe, den de last minute you sends  home de fake sleep-punch. De boobs  will t'ink it's on de square. Den in &  mont' we gets a return fight and we  pulla off de 'grudge stuff1- and we  packs, de house. Of course, we have  to win den, and all our money will be  placed on de Slugger. Dat means dat  we cop de change twice. Get me?;'  .His ugly lips parted in what he intended as an ingratiating smile. "You  come up to de club tomorrow- and we  rehearses de whole t'ing. Get me?"  Donald's face turned pale with  rage. "I "get "you,'1 you damned little  rati" he rasped^ Seizing the surprised  Pursell by the collar, he jerked him  to his feet," dragged' Mm to the door,  and threw him "-out with such force  that he struck the wall -with a thump  ari3" fell iri a^heapa. the floor.  IfurselL rose ' with a '* snarl that  shotared his yellow teeth. A*��������� look of  bestial hate shot from-the one gleaming orb.   "We'll kill you Monday, you   " The air -was filled    with    the  vilest objurg^onsv-;  Closing the door, Donald walked to  the windows and opened them wide,  fas: t^ugihKtq rid the room of the air  his visitorvi.had breathedl "I never  dreatned there^was so much rottenness in the shape of a human being,"  he- said fdisgustedly. f  At the same hour, at the other side  of the city, Douglas was also entertaining, a visitor, but of a very different type. He had just entered his  , room when he heard his sister's  voice. ..  "May I come in a minute, Doug?*"1  Janet cariae to the point quickly'. "Who  is this Mr. Mct-ean who was with you  'today?"  "Oli, that was���������er���������Donald McLean," fie answered evasively.  "You know what I mean. Who ia  he? What is he, Where does he come  from?"  "I'll look him up in Brf'adstreet's."  ������Tio  be  serious,  Doug."  ���������Tsit -a serious matter, Sis,?"  "I think lie is intorosting," she replied hesitatingly.  '���������So do I. I liked him the first timo  I saw htm," said Douglas warmly.  "Well,' you haven't answered my  questions yet," persisted Janet.  ". For all his fluency of speech Douglas was for the moment nonplussed.  "Let's see���������cr���������what was tho first  question 71"' He waa sparring for time.  "Don't quibble, Doug. Where did  you meot him?"  "I met him ta long time ago through  ah intimate friend by the name of  Pcttray. McLean is his partnor. Firm  name McLean and Pottray." *  "What is thoir business?"  "Oh���������er���������glove business."  . There was an interval of silence,  "T'm not n bad Httle Har," thought  Douglas. "I wonder if she's finished." He yawned strenuously and  stretched his    arms. ",My!    I'm  sleepy," he said." /  Janot rose slowly and moved toward the "door,   v,  "Are you going to risk hliri' out some  time?" she inquired.  p    "Suru Lhiiigl"  At the door nho turned. "Will you  let mc .Jtnow whan ho is coming?"  ranks;-tier upon tier, from the select  ringside seats to the topmost rail.  Judges, lawyers, doctors and bankers _  sat with labourers, miners, loggers, -  bartenders,- and bootblacks.. .Men bf  the underworld sat side by side with  men that make and administer our  laws. There was a sprinkling of  Japs, Chinamen and negroes.      The  arena,  light.  Evidently he  loved the lime-  (To Be Continued.)  J4 ..*~.^.w  lt-n^n-Vi*-  ~��������� -o   Teeth and Health  issued      isy      the      Canadian      jjcniu  Hygiene    Council    "and    Published .  By  The  Saskatchewan  .Dental  'Bocltey  =V  splotches of colour here and there to  the vast sea of faces. Of class distinction there was none; all welded  as one in the - love of . the boxing  game. ^ .-  The preliminaries were cfver, and  the vast crowd had settled in their  seats. Suddenly there vras a stir, a  craning of necks. Down the aisle on  the 'west side bf the arena came .Donald, followed by Andy and the,"two!  seconds, the .latter, carrying buckets,  sponges,s towels and ;bbttles. Donald  wore- a " dark-coloured bathrobe  thrown over his "shoulders. There  was a murmur bf applause . -that  swelled to a tumult as he clambered  through the ropes. .He seemed coSl  as Andy pilbted him to the corner,  but as he sat, down and stretched out  his long legs, fhe appearel- ill at ease^  Although the erowd had given- him  a handsome f welcome, prophecies  were shouted'down frony the*..,-top  seats that he would not last very  long with the formidable champion.  Donald was palpably nervous, as evidenced in the "quick turning of his  head and the shuflSirig of his feet. He  looked slight and frail as he,leaned  forward in his': chair, the black bathrobe accentuating the paleness of his  face. A feeling of friendlessness came  over him as he gazed at the huge,  strange crowd who were loudly predicting hiSwdefeg,t. -  A well-knpwn ' judge, wearing  glasses and a big black hat,' turned to  his companion. "It's a hanged  shame, Tom, to match that slim boy  with a brute like Garrieau."  The one addressed was one of the  City's loading dentists and an ardent  boxing , fan.     "Don't you  believe  it,  Cigarette Papers  Large Double Booh  I20 Leaves        _  rinest You Can ouy" /o,'  AVOID IMITATgQNS   Y  THERMAL CHANGES  "* "i*  You are fond of ice cream during  the hot weather, and of iced drinks.  'But you/noticed that upon your last  visit to the- soda fountain, a certain  tooth pained momentarily as you  were enjoying your favorite dish.  Or, some toothsome sweet made- it  "sting" ;.and also, you found It more  comfortable to take your tea not  quite so hot. But of course^ it isn't  bad enough to make a fuss over; a  Uttle care exercised and it will t>e  alright again.  '   So you think. Now what is happening?  You   have   suspected,   and   rightly  I30, a small cavity.  While Nature saw fit to place nerve  and blood tissues within the tooth,  yet she protected them with the very,  hard outer covering, the enamel  which was meant to remain intact  throughout the life time.  But through no fault of Nature,  disease has crept in and her plans  yet baffled, for she has placed just  yet baffled, for shhe has placed just  within the enamel cqverihg. tiny tissue filaments which communicate  with nerve endings in the pulp chamber. These respond to thermal changes, sweets and acids, and instantly  there is telegraphed to headquarters  in the brain, the warning that something is wrong���������just as when you put  your finger oh a red hbt stoye.  So forewarned, there is yet ample  time to'prevent more serious trouble if you would but do your pari;  and act promptly ,by having repairs  made. ' y'"'f, ''' "  But do you?  RU��������� YARN  $1.15 per pound up. Twenty-one  samples free,���������Stocking & Yarn  Mills, Dept. 17, Oriiiia, Ont.  ���������  FREE BOOK  SENT on Request  Tells cause-of cancer and what to_do  for pain, bleeding, odor, etc. Write for  it today, mentioning this paper. Address Indianapolis Cancer Hospital.  Indianapolis, Ind.  "A3I things- are relative,*' says a  philosopher. Alas! no. The slower  the driver's wits,' the faster he goes.  No one need endure the agon*-*' of  corns with Holloway's Corn Remover  at hand to remove them.  People are precipitate. Always  putting off something till tomorrow,  instead of the day; after tomorrow.  FARMER'S WIFE  GETS STRENGTH  By Taking Lydia E- Pinjc-  ham's Vegetable  Compound  If Miller's Worm Powders needed  the support of testimonials they could  be got from mothers who know the  great virtue of this excellent medicine. But the powders will speak  for themselves and in such a way  that there can be no question of  them. They act speedily and thoroughly, and the child to whom they  are administered will show improvement from the first doae.  Wilton, Ont.-*-''! am taking Lydia  E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound"  "-���������throii pch the Chango  lof Life. It helps me  land I cannot praiso  lit too highly. I was  Itroiibled with heat  lflnahefi    nnd    my  limbti wore heavy  ao I could hardly  walk   to   do   my  farm worfc. I saw  in tho nowBpapbra  your ud about tho  Vejjetablo Com-  Little Helps For this Week'  sapoluid and thought  . The first bottle gave  to glvo it a trial.  mo relief and I havo told others what  it <1ows for me. T am wHIInK for you to  hho my lettivr If yon -chowo,"���������MltB.  ������. B. Pet-bos. Wilton, Ontario.v ���������>    '  Auk Your Nclglabor  "Not my will, hut Thine be done."  ��������� Luke xxii.. 42., >.  Whate'er my Father, wills is beat,���������  Delight or suffering, toil or rest,���������  Thine eyo, and Thine alone, con bco  What I should have, and do, and be,  I only ask that I may know  Tho  way which, Thou woulds   have  me go;  That I, my will In Thine may lose;  That what Thou, Lord, for me shalt  choose,  I, too, may choose.  ���������C. W. Harris.  .There   arc  ua   disappointments,. it  has been said, to those   whoso   wills  aro bound up in the will of God.   y  ���������The Light Of tho Conscience,  Dip the atoppcr of the mucilage bottle in a little melted paraffin before  placing it In thc bottle and It will  ri������������vr������r  nt ii-lr  MinardV  year������.  Liniment���������-I'opular   i������������r   Hit  Children Ciy  fOY It  Baby has little upsets at times. AU  your caro cannot -prevent them. But  you can be prepared. Then you can  do what any experienced nurse would  do-���������what most phynlclans would tell  you to do���������givo a few drops oi plain  Castorla. ,3Sfo flooner done than Baby  Is soothed; relief Is Just a matter ot  moments. Yet you have cased your  child without use of a single doubtful  drug; CoBtoriu is vegetable. So it's  safe lo uae aa often as an Infant ban  any little pain you cannot pat away.  And It's always ready for thc crueller  pangs of colic, or constipation, or  diarrhea; effective, too. for older  children. Twimty-flve million bottle;  were bought luitt yeur.  'ZW'l  ^tSBKp^s^s-'/SiP Q i;If?f;Ay THE CBESTON KEVXEW  Local and Personal  JJ V������V    OAIjH���������i/lll   OC-Sejfjr3hir���������P#  J. P. Rose, Oreston.  Fes SaXjB���������Saneh horse   for  sale.  H Clements, Erickson.  Gordon   Spiers   is   a   visitor. with  Nelson friends this week.  Chris* Glturch, Creston  SUM&AY, ������C7V Sr  CRESTON���������11 a.nn. Matins and Holy  wi,. jjbmkj \. ������aa*j4.i ������  WYNNDEL���������3 p.ni��������� Evensong.  SIRDAR���������7.30 p.m., Evensong.  United Church  - Kev. R. a., Cjribb. B.A., Minister.  Birth���������On October 12th. to Mr. and  Mrs, John M, Andsews, a daughter,  Mrs.- E. P. Long. Barton -Avenue,  left on Thursday last for Kellogg,  Idaho* and .Walla Walla, Wash.,  where she will spend the winter with  relatives.  . Geo. Strong, who gave up the Coro-  hiercii&l'Hotel about t������o months ago,  is reported located ab Lethbridge,  Alberta, where he is running at small  bakery and lunch room.  Afc the school board meeting on  Monday*night the resignation of Miss  Coles, B.A., vice-principal of the high  school, was accepted, and will take  effect at the end of the month.  T. H. Kilpatrick,  of, Victoria,   pro  vineial" inspector of bridges* was  here  on an  official   visit at the first of the  week, and had a look over nil- work of  this sort done in  the  Valley during  Trinity ITnited Church Lad!es"\ Aid  anncunee'1 their, .usual thanksgiving  dinner for Thursday, November 29th.  and the Ohriitmas bazaar on Saturday, December 8th.  Hugh; JDavis,   who  has  been on a  _r .cjl  w IPIb  ^   -ngg, mother   at     Ooeur  d'AIene.fWIdaho.v snent   the   weekend  with  h&V&MS  ������������������*.,  ��������� %Sh  Mrs." W. si..  Brown.  WYNNDELr-11.00 a.m.  CANYON���������2=80 b.������s.  VUUUJIVI1'    um   p.tu.       ouoieco  "ine Success and Failure of Elijah.'  Male quartette.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS  WILD ROSC LODGE NO. 99  RE6ULAH CONVENTION  ������vesry SECOND  and FOUBTH THURSDAY.  Pythian -welcome to all visiting* brothers.  e. mallakdains:      c. f. asmstbonq  C.C. K.R.&&  F. H. JACKSON  Ft^AL ESTATE  Xiistinss solicited.  CRESTON,    B.C.  + **A*n  A  meeting of   those  Interested   in  ������5aC.S������linb^,L.   v.,������* ue uo>u   lu   kiitr   rnuou  Eaii  on   Saturday afternoon, zuth. at  2.30 o'clock.    Election of officers for  the    sen son   will   take   place.     0.   B  Twigg. President.  Dr. Henderson left on Monday for  Nelson, where he is appearing as witness in one of the cases coining up for  trial, and at its conclusion will leave  for a three weeks' holiday at Vancouver, Victoa ia and coast points.  The fruit and vegetables used in  decorating Christ Church for harvest  thanksgiving on Sunday, 7th. were  sent to the hospital at Fernie, the  official* of which have acknowledged  with thanks such a welcome remembrance.  I  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 Waiter, Steam and Warm Air Heating Systems.  ���������   >:-. ���������- .'.'-.-'���������-.  If you have aa old Heating Stove worth fixing up. bring it' in*  for reltning.   The" cost is only a fraction   of the price of a new  Heater. ,       y  ��������� v  When buying Pumps (single or double acting).  Force Pumps.  Cistern   PumpsC Self Oiling Power Pumps, Spray Pumps and com  plete Spray Outfits,  come  and  see  us.      We are  dealers in   the  wellknown   F. E.:Myers & Bros.  Pumps,   Hay   Unloading   Tools,  Barn, Warehouse and Garage Doors, Hangers, etc. y  *-*���������..'   y  Before the cold weather comes, let us install Hot Water for  you. Our prices are reasonable. Workmanship the best. Call rind  see ns about prices on Bathroom Outfits, .complete, Kitchen Sinks.  Wash Basins, Range Boilers, etci ,  In Blacksroithing we are able lo take care or your every need.  Carriage Repairs, Horseshoing. Plow Repairs. Oxy Acetylene  Welding, etc.    And everything in Loggers supplies.  He belohga to one of the U.S. -military  regiments, and has been home on  vacation.  Aciew of men and five teams under  the foremanship of JL. N. Leamy com.  snehced work en Monday morning on  Vancouver itre*jfc; It is being reconstructed so as t*> Kive it an even grade  frona Victoria Avenue to the Presbyterian Church corner, and will then  be graveiled.y  Tho -rector and members of Christ  Church are appreciative of a gift of an  altar frontal for the Trinity season.  which fnrfcs^tli** - been received from  Rev* B. SjU^Cafoorge Smyth of Green-  v������oo���������������s at!*? *9*ls*sis"was used'for thi* first  December 6, 7, 8^ 10 are the .dates  definitely" setVfor Oreston's 4-nighb  Chautauqua, which, will be staged 3m  the Grand Theatre. ' llie programme  is to include two plays, a music night  nnd a,night with lecture nnd musicHl  fm.m  ^.p,. (1UIUIC  For Sunday, evening .the sermon  topic at Trinity United Church will he  "Success nnd Failure of Elijah:" The  musical feature will be by Trinity  Male Quartette, made up~of T. Goodwin, W. Young, W. J. Truscott and  Rev. tt. B. Crtbb.  The Wonderful Heating Abilities of   ^#%.B  a. *&*%& - ���������  ������.*....  wain  C   Vl������    OUIIUdV.  doiioi's ru-atii-or when sue wus  ut  the  age of 81,     P\ $���������  Men startedfWork on Thursday last  putting in' the pnathnles for the pole  line of the hydro electric light and  power line from Boundary Creek: At  present the work is being carried on  in town and it ia expected work will  htart at once on the long pole line  from the water power site to the  village.  There was a - fair turnout Friday  night at the first of aseries nf bridge  whists being given ty the Ladies'"  Guild of Christ "Chvrcb at the Parish  Hall at which, the prize scores were  made by Mrs. 3as. Cook and J*_W.  Hamilton, and the con eolation honors  went to Miss Joan Kemp and Principal JLevers. '.--. 'P-sPr' '  Jas. Adlard������������������'.of Vancouver was a  business visitor here on Thursday, and  Friday last, and during his stay sold  his ten-acre ranch to J. Rentz, who  came her������ in tW spring from New  Dayton, Alberta, and is onf the Att  wood place this\year. In his new  home Mr. Adiai-d continues successfully in the poultry* line, as well as having a splendid business in his trade of  painting-and paper:'hanging.  :sK>flHjes..  .^fllsfw.;: -ysuftiss^  HstB Stamped it a Fositive SoltMtiofi io S^Sany  Thousands of Heating Problems\  January 15, 1927  MeCiary Mfg. Co.  Vancouver, B.C.  Sirs,���������It is with great pleasure I. write  you concerning the Furnaeette Heater. It is  the best heater we have ever had, as we are  very warm in every part of the house. We  have an eight-room house and it heats, it all  splendidly. We cannot speak too highly of'it  and certainly give it great praise to all our  friends. Yours respectfully,  J. WESTWOOB.  Merritt, B.C.  ihe Fuman  itle  ~~A  Come in and Inspect  ed iiweili'solve[y&ur heating problem  ���������mm'���������������������������*.& -fev-arawiurKfw'  -^^^���������^g^^y^i^^  S. STEENSTRUP  Blacksmith       Plumbing     Tinsmith       Qxy Acetylene  eddin:  See our Blankets  ,<  ma  Grey Bilankets at   5.00,   6.00,   $7.50  White AH  Wool  ^Blankets  in     Scotch,     English     and  Canadian makes  Flannelette   Sheets,    White   or  Grey,  at 2.40, 2.85,   3.00,  and ������|ifS������ou per pair  Chintz covered Comforters $3.25  Men's Women's and  Children's  Sweaters���������Full Stock  ^tlfi WT     *l 9       V T���������     ? W%    MJ_      ^__ p  iVM-fl  ^SA St*Sf *Wl mVm~k\^m%S,1IS' W  We Offer a Prize of $2,,00 Gash for the  Best Addition to   the Rules below on  "How to Win at Bridge.1  19  1. Pick up your cards .as they are dealt.  You will be ready to bid ahead of the others.  2r If younha^d is rotten, mention it. It  will guide your partner in his bid and play.  3. If your purtner bids first don't hesitate  to raise.    He has to play it.  4. Never hurry. Try seyeraLcards on a  trick until you are sure which one you prefer.      '        I . ���������   ,   ''  5. Occasionally ask whnt is trump. It  will show you are interested in the game.  0. Don't show lack of interest when yon  are dummy. Help your partner out with  suggestions.  7. Walk wound the table when you are  dummy and look at the other hands. Tell  them what cards are good, and how many  tricks they can take if they play right.  8. Talk about other subjects during the  game.    It makes for good fellowship,  0, Feel freo to criticize your partner. He  will do much better as a, lesult.  10. ���������' Always trump your partner's tricks.  Never take a chance.  11. .Don't try to remember the rules. It's  too confusing.  12. If it is a money game, always stop  when you are atiead. It will leave a lasting  impression, and. folks will remember you.  15. Always, explain your playa.partlcularly  when set.   It shows your card Unowledge.  14. Disagree with established rules and  conventions. . People will know you are a  person of independent miud. "  16. If holding poor cards, expose an  honor and demand a new deal.  10. Eat chocolate caramela or other adhesive candy while playing. It keops tho  cards from skidding. ,  17. " Bid high.   Your partner may have a  ���������good hand.  18. Third hand-plays low.  10. If anybody bide, bid against your  partner. You must keep up interest in tho  game at any cost.  C^BOBji  WBtWm ^^.{^k ^^HBI ^^^fflL ^^m   ^m     ^^^  ^^m |WH H^"^L ^^*W^^    ^^S     f^.  ^R ^^^^w ^M  tm        ^^Sm*m  KLo i Uri BflEiKlfftli B BLt  ������t'l  \ft r������KkM 83A EM Tftf      1 TtIji  Kf *>jr%t*r ������-wI 1     ���������JT% B W   V   jj *mm  B    ***������  The winner will bo annouticod throtsgh the  press���������in the Nov. 0th issue of this paper.  Stock of Prizes  at Prices  from 15c. to  $465.00  Playing Cards. Smokes,   Candies, Paper  Plates, Paper  Serviettes,  Bridge nnd Whist Tallies, Score Pads, Pencils���������everything to make m  youv party a  success.    Latest Sheet  Music, and  Victor  .Records.'*  Til'm vtmycAmXjf* e^rrouiis

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