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 ���������**���������  Lm  /  ������������������ -',  ������������-.fi^  ���������   ...������ ~  > *��������� vt'.  Vol   XX.;  CRESTON, B. Ci FiiDAY, OCTOBER 26^1928  HosBS  Laitds Minister  Isits District  -U  the Camp Lister district iri which the  Ion,  dsprfirtnicirt chas  /K"  upeu  interest itself to the extent of putting  4tA     m*    .J^S"*.******-*-!- S������%  Hon. ~F.P. s Burden, minister of  lands, paid his' fbcst' visit to Creston.  district oril Tuesday and Wednesday,  accompanied "by M������jdr> J. G.Jblaeddn-  aid. comptroller of water rights, and  during1 a very busy st*y looked into j  tiic-jv - Arrww Greek- ^irrigation project,  &������sl the proposeddessestSc water sap-  ply and rehabilitation proposals for  *53jfefe Gamp Lister area.  * J'he visitors motored iii via Bonners  Ferry and had a look at some of the  dyked areas between that--town and  Porthili as well as making* enquiries of  dyking costs and resultant benefits.  They were met at Bonners Ferry by  Qol. Pred f Lister, ^P,P.i, who was  wtitlt them throughout their stay.  On Tuesday night the minister and  jSpnaptrclis? were in session  with the  dWctow  of   the Reclamation   Coin*  -Sfc-ny   and    discussed,    some    minor  Amendments" to the terms on which  ihe   company   are.   conceded-^ 10,000  e;ci*es on Oreston Flats on condition  .that it is dyked and made available  :.fbr cultivation.  -���������^   c������ *jr_   ������-*������ ������ * ������-   ������ ���������    -^..4.  -     JUUU.   JKk.-.   iSmm.-IMX.*, .miBfO  aJVt-.UK.    IU    ISl/Rj/-  ing  that -his   look into   the   dyking  .situation in Idaho had convinced him  of. tbe feasibility of such undertakings  -.sand   also   of   their    being   decidedly  ysvor&h white, and   susied the  Oreston  flats appealed to him as just the kind  of locations   that   would   appeal   to  'agriculturists .,coming in to  Canada.  The changes asked for were matters  that would have to be discussed' with  tbe cabinet and he assured  that he  would ������ivej,hena serious consideration.  After   this. conference^ the" visitors  were motored *lto -Shriek-son where  a [  meeting was held with the trustees.of  parimeni ox agriculture, wnicn owns  theJUIater/torfat is ������1bo being pressed  to'Inaugurate aycampain to get at  least, the uncounted places tenanted  *a ��������� sooti --as ^bssUjis*--. ���������ff*^'?*Ainjp.fa������t*,a  Visit W|U enable him to report On both  these Natures'  S^  \v,-  Miss Jo<ra~ Kemp is spending a few  days with ft-iendk. in Spokane this  week. \ V  A      **���������  Frank Staples get back on Saturday  from   a-   couple- ofc. weeks*    visit   at  K*oirns7������r������o   jind i*e|r*G*'te" a considerable  tonnage of Mclnto-fh Red apples still  fllr  IU   U1H3  the ^JKaJj.isam  VICTOBIA; . Oct. 22���������To examine  plana for establishing an important  settlement area in the remains of the  Camp Lister -colqdy, Hon. P. P. Burden, nainister of lands, has gone to .that  district' from the Okanagan galley,  according to"word received today.  , Under .proposals advanced by resident of the district, and pressed by  Colonel FredyLister, member of the  legislature for Creswm, the area would  be divided into >i!3t%ble blocks and  made available" to. imutfg taint settlers.  A domestic water supply would be  installed and. y other improvements  made to attract settlers.y In this way  it is hoped the government could dispose' of the land and-tbus recoup itself  for the large^suma .spent to establish  Camp Lister originally. Most of the  laud takeh up there after the war has  been abandoned.  *V   VVUE������H   ���������������*���������������������*   VVAMf-UteoiVUCB o.  October 31st, for whicli the .music will j  be by Mrs. Lister and Mrs. Constable, J  and there will be an admission of 50|  cents to both gents and  .Mrs. Ed. Gardener and two children  of Nelson have arrived on a visit with  her mother, Mrs. Stewart Evans.  '; Eight tables of players were in evidence at-the bridge and whist drive  at the  Huscroft school on Saturday  Plan Pist^-iSiiS*  Plavs This Season  **-������,*������i*r������t-������ ���������������  Ut* ������13    VGCU  I by  named for; Erickacm in Lewis Little | ws.i.rto  John and W. R. Long. ,  Frank Putnam hjas turned in his old  car and is now driving a��������� 1928 model  PordorFdrd.   '"'4>.  JS. C. Hunt nf;v$Telson, a, district  horticulturist^ was^in"* Erickson visitor  on Tuesday.   -   "   ���������-.-  Birth���������On Octobei 18th, to Mr. and  Mrs. T. Quinn, a daughter  Apple harvest f-jfrill be pretty well  completed' in thi^i section*by the end  of the week. ;  Mrs.  Chas.  w������re  sjrjaue * -���������=~���������   -~-  The Community Players held their  second annual meeting on October  17th. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. "M-  York. The main business was the  election of officers.   Clem. Battye was  r- -������������������  Huscroft   and   Harry [ officers were elected:  ~���������a    .-a   ^_H mmtm.  ln������.������.*a.M.  aUU        lSM.rn.mVts       JUU      *J  McKee and George Mitchell at the old  ^tyle whist. Mrs. Ed." Smith/ was at  the head of the committee in charge  of the affair," providing - a nice lunch  and most enjoya&e evening.  j$Ii&& mWBt������Bn������g  Jefferyand Mias Marion Collis. are  Spokane visitors this week, making  the trip by auto.    ��������� -  ^Ivrtn O'Neil of Calgary, who is here  on a visit with Mrs. Stace Smith, is  busy at cattle buying iind will have  shipped two d&rloads to "that city by  -the end of the week.  Hon. F. P. Burden, minister of  lands, and 3. C. MacDonald, comptrol  ler of wafer rights; wea-e visitors here  on Tuesday night������ when they met a  committee from the Arrow Creek  Tyj.jnMvrj.5jj rjists sct'aEid wsnt'-ful.-j into  that proposition. t The minister promised very Careful consideration of  financial assistance.  : 'ewimBt'^^^  f years' [���������SA^i^va^i "ftl^l f^^ier S^Oiiver  go^rbnienfty u^gecf? to ffma^';a^h^in'yof  soinetujiig" like *^w,������������Q0 required to  ct������nstruct the works., y pue,f presiim  ably, to pobr results bn similar undertakings in other parts of the province  financed by the eld ndminiattation no  loan was ever secured, and the visit of  Hon. Mr. Burden is to get first hand  information on the system as the new  administration haa already been pressed to make tbe ^heeded loan. The  best possible' consideration Was also  promised in this mafcteiv  Wednesday morning the party was  given a motor trip over part of Oiest-  00. Reclamation Compa-tiy's proposed  dyked urea, ahd later had a look over  the district that, will be taken care... of  by the asked-for irrigation assistance.  Hon. Mr. Burden also investigated  ,. -,.*.: ;.',.,������������������ -.S:���������'.���������? - V?? ���������'��������� -''���������    '���������''���������'���������-  GRAND THEATRE  SATVUOAY^ OCT  27  Billy Dove  "'"��������� '  ���������    ':'���������������������������.'.'������������������������������������.'     , A ' -���������   ���������  in-'the  with CLIVE BROOK  WHY did this beautiful girl  shoot the man she loved"?  WHY did she scorn tho love  of the best "catchr on the  Continent?  WHY did film chorma a jail  to a castle and a husband ?  See the answer in the surprising clirnax  of one  of! the  most unusual **owiances ever  screened.  Mr.   and*  Cr<tnbrook  Mrs.  visreors  Victor   Carr    were  a  few days last  tiyfiwr&iv tbeir  :fm*as.:3^^^::f*Pbioyf ^^b^aSii f ^'patient  af^^^.:Eug^^fH<i%^lliy;i::;f ���������. ?->-yy' yfy^  ;f:ii?Mrs.f-VS?.:-;A..iJi^Misri^ie^igot away on  M������->rt<i������*t-o'?: o*s ''H-:- feolldft^'"; ���������'-��������� -^islt? ������t���������. ������Id  Country potnts, and sails early next  week for Liverpool. She will visit at  . Wriph I peg'en rou iePy'-        ��������� v s  Mr. and Mrs. H.-E. Ostendorf and  children left on Tnesday for Rosthern,  Sask , where they, are to reside in  future. The move' is made on account  of Henry's health which, has been poor  for almost tho past, two years; They  have- a host' of friends in this part of  the Valley who wish theiu the best of  everything that's going.   .  visitor  Miss J>. Butterfield   was   a  witRHelson friends last week,  Arnie Andestad: and Oscar Of ner  left last week for the hills at' Harrop,  where/they will operate a trap line  this winter. ,;    '  Misses Beatrice ,Molander and Olga  NeiUon, w$io are attending high  school ������t Cranbrook, spent the weekend here with their parents.  Misses Luni-a Andeen and Esther  JSeilson were at their homes here for  the weekend.  Mr. and Mrs. O. ^Geroux, who are  living at; Moyie, motored to Kitchener  for a few days viwifc with friends. ~"  Miss Edith Geroux, who for the  past two years has been employed  with the Trites-Wood Company at  Fernie,  has returned to her home nt  Kitchener.'  J. Belangei of Cranbrook was a  Kitchener   visitor   during  the week.  Misses Vera and Hazel McGonegal  of Creston - spent the weeaend with  Miss Myrtle Andersons   _  jcresiaenc���������it'. .Lievers.  Vice-president���������B. W. Maxwell.  Secretary���������Miss Joan Kemp/  Treasurer���������R. Chandler.  The programme  for the year was  left in the hands of a* board  of direo  tois consisting of M. York, chairman;  Mrs. M. Yoik, Mrs, E. Winchcombe,  C.  Battye and Mr.  Stall wood.     It Is  intended to present two plays dining  the  winter���������one prior to .Christmas,  and one later.   The title of the   first  one is to be announced soon, and it is  hoped will meet with tbe approval of  the public.   The present Community  Players were   organized " a year  ago  with the object of providing the^ com-  -oiumfcy with a class of entertainment  much  needed  in  the winter months.  Their first   offering,  "Home   Acres."  though naturally  marred due to the  initial effort of an amateur cast, wae  well received.    The Players hope this  year to present a worth while and entertaining programme.  ga&HTSWissa iSittw  *mBSm'SmS.'Bm  ���������<->. ..  "School Begins'"'  M - G ��������������� JU News  J. Cnuttaof Cranbt'ook was a business visitor here on Wednesday. Mr.  Palmer was another Cranbrook visitor  lust week���������on Friday.  Mrs. Whiteside of Crowsnest was  here for a few daya last week.  Miss Lily Slmpkina left Thursday  for Of an brook, where she is a guest of  Mrs. Quaife. .���������  Mrs. Heap was a 8p<>kane visitor on  Friday, returning on Sunday.  Rev* A. Gariick of Creston was here  on Sundtty for n harvebt festival  service of the Church of England,  which was well attended.  A tea was held in tho-Gchoolhon&c  on Saturday, proceed*, going to the  Community Hill fund.  Kev. iind Mrs. A. Gariick of Creston  were guests of Mrs, Martin Sunday  and Monday,  Ernest MeCabe,"who has been holidaying In Calgary, ftanff  and   Can  more, Alberta, for tho past two weeks,  returned home on Monday. -"  A. Komotss lu relieving agent here  while B> Bloiimonaucr is having hie  usual vacation,  Mr. and Mrs. Bloumenaner lunvo on  Wednwaday for Wpokano where they  will holiday with relatives,  Mieacs --WiHiiuiia and Webb were  Creston cullers on Friday.  Jaa. Cook of Oreston w������������* a weekend  visitor wilh  Mr. and Mra. A. North,  ���������������������*.     *���������������������������������������,,,,...     ,��������� m    rt... ..... 1,..,,.,������,     t . 1  ..^^4,. 4      44M.^UJWM       W.    .%J.t...tJt.t,4%j4i.   <    ������t������ t.t4  present in charge of the yard engine.  W. Nekl ia tnkin*j over the yard engine  at Ptjiuotei',  wfere visiting wt������fe/#rie*!������te--*js"  ner.        ������ .-.*���������'���������"-  Mr.   and   Mrs.. Neilson   and    son,  Harold,  wsse Cranbrook.  Sunday.    - <���������  Local and Personal  has - returned  ten day   visit  Mrs Howard was a business visitor  !' -at Cranbrook during the week.  . Mr," and4" Mrs. .JTerrrtl  of, Porthili.  at UrantM-dok hospjTSal., retllt fied: home J 'with* "R-iecLds-t f&nitx X-o^Angelep. CAlIf..  last-week^ - '���������'* ,       s. were visiting "wtih/friendff-fs* Kitefee^  Mi*, and -Mrs. Eliae TCTi i and family  left on Sunday for Arrow Park, where  they *will reni*fein for t!*������e *������s*!������?!ter=' *  Co-Operative. Fruit Growers Association - shareholders had a ' general  meeting on October 17th,. when there  was a general, disriissi'on of the season's operations.  Paul Ofner and - Irvine X>avis were  weekend visitors at Bos well,  ������  Verne Glasier returned from the  prairie last week, where lhe has been  helping with harvest work.  Whist drive and dance at the old  schoolhouse, Friday evening 26th, in  aid of children's Christmas tree fund.  Cards at 8. Admission, Indies 50  cents; gents 60 cents. Ladies please  bring refreshments.  Jas. Cook was a Wynndel visitor on  Sunday and attended Anglican Church  service. **  Geese have arrived on the flats in  large quantities, bub so far none have  been bagged.  li-otof*  4  Jos. W. Bell of Kimberley was a  weekend visitor here with Col. and  Mrs. Lister, Ho wus trying out the  duck shooting but had rather poor  luck. ,���������".'���������:,  K. Willcox &t Salmon Aim. R.O.P,  inspector and G. L. Landon of Nelson,  the Kootenay poultry superintendent,  were here on Tuesday inaugurating  the B.O P. work with a few pens at  the Fred Powers ranch.  Bev. R. B.. Cribb of Creston had  quite a good turnout at the United  Church service on Sunday afternoon.  M. J. 1 Lnnktroe and family, who  moved hero from Kitchener about a  youi ago, have returned to that town  tb again reside.  The Community Society ������re having  a bridge'and whist drive at tbe school*  houat on Saturday night, 27th, at  8.;t0.   The admkmiQnJv ii& cent*,.  Jolin Fiiilay Ifft at* the middle of  the wo<-k wuwtbimtid, and expects to  npund tho winter at initio work in tho  ���������    ..'.,'        ��������� '.   1   :        ���������'  ' ,  The Community Society mo having  a'hallowe'cn mn������querndri dunce nt the  schoolhouse   on   Wednesday    night,  M rs. Derizil - Mat wel 1  to Cranbrook. after 'n,  with Mrs. Jas. Maxwell.  Mrs. ii. F.  Whiteside of  spsnt  her parents,  Mr. and  few days heie last week  Crowsnest  with  Mrs,  Siniister.  . Up to the end of hist week just over  200 cars of apples and mixed cars  heavy to apples; bad been shipped  from Valley points.  Wood fuel is getting scarce in the  disirict. Not a single tender was submitted the trustees for the winter's  school supply of four foot wood.  Posters   are   up*  for   the   Legion's  second annual  Armistice  ball   which  will be held in the Grand Theatre ball  room   on   the   evening   of    Friday,  November 9th.  Dr. Borden, M.P.P., of Nelson was a  Tuesday-Wednesday vl������itor at Ores-  ton, accompanying Hon. F. P. Burden,  minister of lands, on*hia trip at the  first of tho week.  Mr. and Mrs. Lytic and family, who  have been at Crawford Bay for the  past three months, have returned to  Creston und will occupy the residence  of Mrs, B. P. Long.,,  Wm. llidd. who has been working  at Onoway, north of Edmonton, Alta.  all summer,  is  spending a few days  with the family here, before going to  Breton, Alberta; to work this winter.  Chas. Pipe off Nelson  spent a tew  days stt his ranch here the past week.  < win  flr������������*_,_ ,i _,  .   m.  m*..V*.WlMMI.      WUU  anaj: ana,  h^-ve been . at Warner, Alberta, the  past ten weeks, at harvest and threshing work, have arrived home.  School has been ordered closed for  at least the week, due to an outbreak  of a mild sort of scarlet fever.  ' Messrs. Witherhead and' Kifer of  Yahk were here for the weekend, at  the latter's ranch.  this eectioo  m-ml\%  R. B. Staples'was a Saturday visitor  hero: from Kelowna., The masiy  fi lends of Mrs. Staples will be pleased  to know that she lu making a splendid  recovery from an operation she recent*  ly underwent in the Kelowna hospital.  ' The Legion announces that there  will"be tbo usual memorial service at  the monument/ on tbo morning of  Aimtatico Day, November 11th. As  the clay falls on Sunday It is hoped to  arrange a community service In the  evening. '  A.   Brady   of  Nobleford,    Alberta,  waa hero at the flrat of the week and  has now completed, the purchase of  tho lCbbutt propoi-ty on Hllluldo Bond,  very shortlyi A serious Illness, necos-  sitaUng a pi'Olonged ntny ntRochoatcr,  Minn., oauwed a long delay.  completed in  this week, and the fruit  has beep harvested under ideal conditions. Wealthy anti Mcintosh Seds  are a heavy yield, but the winter  varities are on the light side.  J. B. Hopkins, who Is employed at  Nobleford, Alberta, is home on nc-  CLiint of sickness, but will be return  ing by the end of the , month. He  states crops at Nobleford are so heavy  that the storage facilities are altogether inadequate.  Appointment of cpmlnissioners to  take names for the voters lists are just  announced. Messrs. Blair and Ynung  are named for Canyon City,  Mr. and Mrs; Bond and Principal  and Mrs. Kolthammer were visitors nt  Cranbrook the latter part of the week.  ..,��������� ,   ;.. .    .    ..it. ������������������;,..,.,. , ��������� ��������� .. ..-.  .   ^^^^^    ^^^^^   MM JIAjjfMf   A^A ' '   i**i-iW  ^W^HH 4mm\\\\\mmW   B~A* ELmW    mmmtrnW   . JHp  _ SH^H_ fcj^g ^^^fe^ -t    JS3^j5&������*8*        ^jtgffiS&  -   i*tt*tWl^mf*f%sT*s1'  . STmmm-.mWmwm***\  m   *m\\V\\\m\Vm*\m  It combines in a delightful form all of  the vital things our  systems need". A And  when Milk is handled  the way we handle it  it is the most whole-  aorne food o btainable.  Onr chief business in  Hfeia pi^ucing and  gelling ^.good    Milk.  J^^g^Q l*jlt y^^^^^Rk ^S  iii hj> no sifiir  iyp g wtj������ Qj$ i\ iyp g g    gulp *m jj g ������������������^S&a^   TWE   BEVTEW,    CRESTON,   B.   C?  f  Mm^#rfc������Pr.  Singapore's  Huge  Floating   Dock  First  Portion  Has   Completed  Eight  Thousand Mile Journey  After a four months* voyage from  England, tlie first portion of tbo Huge  floating- dock for the new British na-  vafbase -arrived at. Singapore, having- completed a journey of 8,000  miles by way of the Suez Canal.  The Singapore dock", * when completed, will he the largest floating-  dry dock in the world and larg-e  enough to hold* any British warship,  | weighs 50,000 tons and contains 20,-  000 tons of steei.   It ������?osL ������60>000,000.  Tli-3 contract for completing t������ie  dockyard waa awarded on "September  27, aud called for the finishing of the  work "by 1935. It is estimated that  tlie naval part of ihe project will cost  $37,500,000.  ������ * <Lr*i**rui^    uni i uiuuuj  ���������   ���������19    'tm'tSi-     V  lULii  Choked by a piece of carrot \vhich_;  lodged   in   his   throat,   John   William j  Black,  of  ������gdensburg,  N.Y  hospital at. Prescott, Out. .  E. W. Beatty, president  Canadian Pacific Railway,  celebrated  his    51st  Ai   i"jki b���������-A-a./   H������A ������������������/**������ ��������� U   ���������  ~  B!   l^A���������W   JUJjaL_/k-Sr*.'���������-AuJL   J  died in'  of    tiie i  ���������You can look attractive and stylish on less.  Learn how to give new  beauty and f varusty to  your dresses and add in-  T* VT" I dividuality and charm to  recently j tilings around the home  birthday. Mr j by the quick inagic of  Beatty was born in Thorold, Ont., on i tinting- and dyeing. Per-  October 16, 1877. | **?   results   are  possible  ' onlv  with  D i a m o n-d  Using nitro-glycerine, yeggmen j Dyes. Each p a c k a g* e  blew open the safe in thc post"office! represents the perfec-  and store operated byM. S.' Schroed- I  Uon of 50 yea*s of dye-  away  making  ���������streak,  They  spot     or  never  run.  er,  at Walsh, Alta., and    got  with about $5,000 in cash. j They are  real  dyes,  like those  used  Lord Birkenhead, secretary of state I "*V^.Q the- clotb was made. _.  T   ,..       . \rtn.    im -~_ ^'     Diamond Dyes are easy to use. TBie  for India since 1924, has resigned. ..kn0w.how������ is iri the dyes. Fashion-  from tbe Baldwin cabinet in order to! akle tints .appear like magic right  follow commercial activities in Lon- ; over the out-of-style or faded colors,  ^o^ ��������� i Insist   on   Diamond   Dyes   and   save  I disappointment.  A trainload of 1,500 bead of cat-: "Color Craft," my big new book of  tie owned by a group ofx ranchers ��������� dollar-saving hints, will be sent you  from the Peace country, reached Ed-��������� FREE.    Write Mae Martin, Diamond  monton recently over the Edmonton,  Dunvegan. and British Columbia Railway. -  Ljieut.-Col. A. L. Young, of Souris.  t?^)res,   -%VLuuaGr,   ^Jxicttiiu.  Man., officer commanding tiie second'  reserve regiment, 12th Manitoba Dragoons, was elected president of the  Canadian Cavalry Association'. for the  incoming year at the concluding session of the 13th .annual convention  at St. John, N..B.      , '-���������  Whether the wheat    pools    of   the \  west   arc   liable   to   income   taxation \  will  be the subject of a big case in;  the exchequer court this  fall.       The;  matter has long been in dispute, andj  while  the  tax has  been paid, it has j  been under dispute.    The    Saskatchewan Co-operative Company's case is  to  be   made  a   test,   the   decision   in  which will apply to the other pools,  says the Ottawa Citizen.  Senora "Alice Cunha Ivlackado was  free on a writ of habeas corpus be-  }' cause the Supreme CCurt listened to  QITMftAV QfllO SsV I ITQQftN   \     About 350,000 Londoners, of whom  dUlWAI   D^flUvC LEiOOVll.I nearly  280,000 are women,  are ertt-  ��������� ployed, in hotels, restaurants and domestic service.       ' .  PAUL'S   LAST   JOTJBNEY   TO  JEBIJSA"������.EM  her plea that her child did not deserve  to be born in jail.  BftBY 61RL HAD DIASRHCA  "What arc you doing with that red  lantern?" "Oh, I just found -it. Some  careless fellow left it beside a hole  in t!he road,"  Mrs. L. Shephard  Tells How Cuticura  Healed Her Son  " My boy five years old had eczema on his thumbs. It broke out in  I a red rash and soon spread to his  hands and arms. It itched terribly  and he would scratch until hio  hands would bleed. He could not  Bta-nd his clothing to touch hia  arms, and some nights he could  not sleep on account of the irritation. The trouble lasted eight week a.  "I began using Cuticura Soap  and OintmerJt and they relieved the  irritation. I continued the treatment  and after using one cake of Cuti-I  cura Soap and one box of Cuticura j  Ointmenthe was healed." (Signed)  Mrs. Lome Shephard, Wilkesport,  Ont., Oct. 7, 1027:  Clear the poreB of impurities by  daily use ol Cuticura Soap, with  touches of Cuticura Ointment as  needed to soothe and heal. Cuticura  Talcum is fragrant and refreshing,  an ideal toilet powder.  B������.ttipl������ Utah Tro by W������J.1. A<lt)r������in C������n������<ll������n  IXpat: "Stonbouwi, ltd, Montwil." Prleo, Ho������p  2R������. Ointment 'it nnd Boo. Tnlrnm 2f>r.,  Cuttcur* Shaving SUcfr 3Bc.  Mrs. A. J. 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Name  Town  An Oil Of Merit.���������Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil, 'in not a jumble of '���������  medicinal substances thrown togeth-  i er and pushed by advertising', but  ' the result of the careful investigation  of the healing qualities of certain olla  aa applied to the hliman body. It is  a rare combination and it won ano  kept public favor from thc first. A  trial of it will carry conviction to  any who doubt its power to repair  nnd heal,  Ready-made McdicElic.���������You need  no physician for ordinary ills when  3fou have at hand a bottle of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil. For coughs;  colds, sore throat,- bronchial troubles,  it is invaluable; for scalds, burns,  bruises, sprains it is unsurpassed:  whilej for cuts, sores and the like it is  an unquestionable healer. It needs no  testimonial other than tho use, and  that will satisfy, anyone as to its  effectiveness.  A groom who had been reproved  by his master for talking about tho  'Oflses, exclaimed: r'W^ll, if a haych  an' a ho, an' n barr, an' a hess, an'  a hoe don't spell "oss, my name's not  ���������Elnry 'Omes."  Golden Text: "Remember the word3  of the Lord Jesus,.- that. He Himself  said, 'It is more bless e d to give than  to receive.' "���������Acts 20.35.  Lesson: Acts 20������1 -213.7; 2 Corinthians 11.28.  Devotional Reading: John 10.7-if ^  Explanations and..Comments  Paul Reviews His Ministry Among  the Ephesians, Acts 20.17-21.���������Paul  had sailed past Ephesus,> for he could  .n.ot take the time to stop there or  elsewhere ;in'-t^e������"pTOv'^cefof''''-As|a'i as  he was very desirous of being in Jerusalem for the day of Pentecosi^ But  when he reached Miletus he sent a  messenger to" the elders (or presbyters, Revised Version) at Ephesus,  bidding them come to Miletus to say  farewell.. In the churche's he founded  Paul had established the offices of  deacons and elders after the. model pf  the Jewish synagogue. Paiil speaTcs  sometimes of elders and sometimes  of bishops using the latter term,  which, means literally overseers, or  superintendents, ih churches -where  there was a large Gentile element.  "Ye yourselves know, from the first  day that I set foot in Asia, after what  manner I was with you all the time"  ���������thus Paul began his address to the  Ephesian elders upon their arrival.  The first day that Paul set foot in  Asia is recorded in Acts 16.G, 7, but  his first preaching there was later,  Acts 18.19. He came to Ephesus  again on his last missionary journey,  Acts 10. "'The manner of his life" he  proceeds to tell in tlie next threo  v-arses.  Paul first reminded them how faithfully ahd how humbly he had server  the. Lord while his heart was filled  with anxiety for them and his own  life was threatened by the plots of i  the Jeiws   (see  1- Cor.  15.32;   2  Cor,  1.8-10);   and how he had  told" them j  all tilings profitable for them to know,'  and had taught them In public and  in private the essentials of religion,  repentance toward God and faith toward Christ. Pear of giving offence  to thc Jews and therefore of endangering his own life had not prevented  him  Tcota  preaching Tx   crucified  Christ and the gospel for Gentiles oa  well as for Jews.  " 'Repentanco toward God and faith  toward ^our Lord Jesus Christ': there  is no other way but by repontanco  and faith. First, realize" your sins;  second, confess to Jesus Christ; and  third, live as you think you ouglit to  Hvc,"  ___._in._-..,.-,r._._...  A little Minard's rubbed into  parts affected relieves rheumatic paiil. Also f good for  bruises aixd spraihs.  When Noah sailed the ������wraters blue  He had his troubles, same aa" you.  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New Brighton, writes:  ,That deadly indiKcatioii and gastrkfo,  caused by constipation made my color  ao black. I was frightened to death,  and 1 feel your laxative aoved my life.  I take them every night now for precaution, and do not tear an attack of  *ft^������aW������a4jj^->W*->4*W'**>     g<***������fcJ'W44*il4fc    A*������4J       Wf4W'������Vt t  CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PBLLS  JI2J ������!rugg;^t4���������25c and 75c rod piqpk1  Many moLhui'ri cau testify to Uio  virtue of Mother cJraves' Worm Exterminator, bocJiusc they lchpw fron������  oxporlcnco how useful it la.  Static Forerunner ,Of Storm  There la a relationship between  static and atormis. . . . There are  Ciiorxns, 3t la true, 'thM arc accompanied by little or no static. There  arc other storms, accompanied by  titatlc, which are nevortheicss diffl'  cult to locate becaunc the#Htatlc up-  pcara to como from no definite direction. But on a rule static accompanies u tilorin. and glycu in advance  of! tho  arrival of tbo  utorm ^leflnlto  P  ATE NTS  A. Ont Ot "Wftrit������<l inventlofiw" *nn run  Information  Hont Freo  On Hatiueat.  The RAMSAY Co.   W'  g^KKo%  RU������ YARN'  $1.15 per pound up. Twcnt'y-ono  oamploo free.���������Stocking & Yarn  Mills, Dept., 17, Orlllla, Ont.  if A M P C il FREE BOOK  LAW LliR SENT on Request  Tells cauae oC cuncor and what to do  for pain, bleodinfr, odor, etc. "Write for  ir      XQiMt+J t  m*.m-\~r*+**dfy       *.-mj.m*r     jj,*1 *-������J^���������'- -     f^"    ���������-  hidlcotlon  of  the  direction    oi:    ap-1 - ^^i^JS8^c^r^CtsX  \ pronch.  I ladlanapolla, lad. THE - REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B,    C.  tt js*  WMmi  BAKING POWDER  of ail other brcsi^as  , ^ .coiwibdttecl,  a,       ft*AD������ iN CAHAlp^      J  E.W. Gl LLETT CO. ������.TD  TORONTO* CAN*  THE CRIMSON  '?:. '-WEST''  ��������� BY ���������  ALEX, PHTT,TP  L  tupiisnea by special Arrangement  With Thomas Allen, Publisher,  Toronto. Ont.  CHAPTER- IV.���������Continued.  In appearance thc champion very  much resembled an ape. His bulletlike head was close cropped. The  small piggish eyes were deep set under overhanging, beetling brows, and  the nose was flat lilce a negro's. His  lips were thick., with a repulsive  twist that **-0,vs his face a sinister  look. His massive Jaw was purposely-  left unshaved to rasp the tender skin  of his opponent's shoulders in iae  clinches. His    enormous    barrel-  shaped chest was covered., with a  thick .growth, of hair. His shoulders  were broad and his disproportionately long arms, heavily muscled, terminated in two thick ham-like hands.  He gazed, confidently .at .Donald's  -ccrfner., g|^������s ���������--*��������� .*>*-y >j   ~> *, -Pi ������������������������^ -f^ - , -  SA . pastebck&d. foo^ coaatainingf, the  gloves was tossed' to the Centre :6f  the ring. There was a stir as the announcer pushedyhis way through the  ropes. Andy crossed the ring to ex-  ajnine the champion's hands for tape  and to test thoroughly the new gloves  for any trace of sewed in shot or lotion that would cause the eyes to  smart. One of Garrieau's seconds was  making a similar examination; th  Donald's corner.  ,.A big -marv-in a wide-brimmed .hat,  with a mackinaw coat over his arm,  came walking down the steps of thc  arena. The look of astonishment on  his face gradually gave place to one  of joy. He ran to tihe ringside.  "Donald!" he shouted joyously, as  he sprang through the ropes. With  a thrill of pleasure Donald held out  his hand to Jack Gillis. ..The big  man's face was-beaming. ."Just got  in," Jae said, "ipih Iqokln' all over  town for you! I come to the fight and  ���������-holy mackerel!���������here you arc one  of the fighters!"  Andy noted the, glad look in Donald's ���������eyes' aud ho 'TJjsokc sharply 'to  Donald's se conds, who were for or -  dcrlng the  boisterous visitor  out of  the ring. The word "psychology"  was foreign to' Andy, but he knew  that Donald's mind had for a moment  drifted away from the fight. Donald  was surprte&d to see Douglas greet  Gillis warmly as the big man left the  ring.      _   _ ,__"''  I have two good friends in the audience,   anyway,"   whispered   Donald  "to himself. .���������  " Andy leaned over him, .talking in  a low voice, giving him comfort and  advice.   "K'll try right along, Donnie, to get your- goat by cursing and  using vile -language, but don't listen  'im, and don't lose your temper.    'B  ���������f\crV.j-g   ���������"ritii   'is -chin   f.-,-,clcsril   isi   iiifc  'bliow   of   'is   left   shoulder   and   'is  xteck muscles -rigid. It's mighty 'ard  .to land on 'is-jaw with a right. Now  the first round,", Andy went on. "you  |ust "jab.'im ,}dght   with    your    left;  don't 'it ,'ard, just   a   good    snappy  .punch.  'E'll think "you 'ave no sting  ������JU    >u,     ia.iii*     ������.ii.c    iicwi.    iuuuu      eu     gCL ]  careless -a������d Jet you 'it rIm so's to getf  -a punch. Of course, if you see a  good openings let fly with ail. you  'ave, but 'e won't open up until 'e  tries you out a bit. Watch the dirty  blighter in. .the clinches; 'e'll foul you  if" 'e gets' a "chance. Another tiling:  this is^ifo be twenty rounds, so tyke  yojir time. Now is everything clear  to you, Doimiej?M  "Yes, Andy.'/ -y,.t   ,r_v  -���������   Andy .patted Donald's   pare shoulder affectionately.  The contestants --stood in their corners   as   t&tey   were   introduced.   The  referee beckoned, them to the centre  j of the ring-   for    instructions.      As  ness. Andy crowded between, his  knees and gently massaged his. body^  all the while speaking words of commendation and counsel.  "Now that you find that you can  reach 'im easily with your left, watch  me for. signals. If I see that 'e's  openin' up, I'll give you the sign, to  shoot your left with.all you 'ave. If  he swings again*1"with 'is left, try for  'is-bread basket. You" understand  me, Donnie?"  . "Easiest thing I've picked , yet,"  chuckled the champion as he. came to  his corner.  "He may be stalling," cautioned  h;s evil-faced manager.  "Huh!" grunted the champion. "I  can take all he has in dat left and  never feel it. I'm goin' to open up  on him de last part of de next  round."      v "  The gong rang for the second  round.  Little Helps For This Week I  t/SAXJLV'        O^       mmm.T^v^mtm ������-.������������-s>w���������.������ *- **  ~~-      ��������� *   *       ��������� ���������".  Of what ah easy, quick access,  My blessed I-ord, art Thou! how suddenly  May our requests Thine ear invade!  To show that state dislikes not -easiness,  If I but' lift mine   eyes   my   suit   is  made;  Thou canst no more not bear  than  -than Thou,can'st die.  ���������George Herbert.  Prayer is a key which, being* turned by* the hand of^-faithh unlocks all  God's treasures.���������Hannah More.  Donald sliped the enveloping bathrobe from, his shoulders and stepped  forward, a murmur of admiration  swelled from the crowd. His lean  Joins and broad, shoulders showed to  advantage in the bright light. The  long, flowing muscles rippled under  his skin when he moved, like those  of a panther. Loud - applause came  Jrom all over the arena. Garrieau,''  thinking the ovation was for himself,  turned and ducked his head with a  motion that was intended for a bow:  A rough voice near the top shouted: "Aw! that wasn't for you, you  big stiff!"  The judge and tbe dentist turned  and looked at each other. The eyes  pj;,the latter seemed to say, "I told  you so." The judge smiled and nodded. -      '   '  A fat man, who could not have  been more than thirty-five years of  age,  yet  "Let~us therefore come boldly untof  _ _ the throne of grace, that we may ob-  ajoxwiid caugttt a glimpse  of  i-ur-j ^^ mercy) ana filMj graCc to help in.  sell's face as he crouched in the on-"  pbsite corner.      Such a look of vicious hate shot from his one gleaming  eye that Donald shivered.  The rough element began to boo  Donald?for hid.running tactics. Some  fans feel that they are being cheated  out of the. price o������ admission?unless  they can witness the spectacle of two  boxers slugging toe to toe until, one  goes down. Science counts for nothing with this small minority.  "Whadda ya think this is, a marathon?" they shouted.  "Powder-puff punch!" derided another. - .    --.  Garrieau , suddenly tore in, letting  loose a terrific right that would have  stopped the bout right then if it had-  landed. From a clinch Donald  looked, to his corner. Andy went  through the pantomine of shooting  a straight left. Donald nodded, _  "Powder-puff punch! "again shouted the disgruntled fan.  "Did ya hear that?" hissed Garrieau,: ;.,twisting his^m.outh into an apish  grin. ������������������'*'Yof��������� cah't'hit��������� bard enough to  break an egg. I'm goin' to fix dose  teet; fpr?you now." He leered brutally as he tore after Donald, disdain-4 er sang.  full of the belittled left^    y  Donald stopped abruptly in -his  flight and shot a lightiung ieft across  Relieves Asthma At Little Expensed  Thousands of dollars have be^h vainly spent upon^ remedies for asthma  .and seldom, if ever, with any relief.  Dr. Jf D. Kellogg's ^Asthma Remedy;  despite its assurance of benefit; costs  so little that it is within reach of all.  It is the national remedy for asthma,1  far removed from the class of doubtful and experimental preparations.  Your dealer can supply it.   !"     f  --The singing,Meiiuion was; a statue in Egypt which gave out musical notes when the sun rose in. the  morning and as it set at night. After  the statue was tipped over it no long-  WI   lllll mtSt     ���������  , Outdoors   or  indoors���������  whatever your task*  Let WRIGLEYS refresh  you���������allay your thirsts aid  appetite aaa digestion*  f No need to suffer with corns, or to  rim the"risk of paring them. Aembve  them surely and painlessly with Hol-  to his pursuer's "jaw.  The  champion \ loway's Corn Remover.  saw it coming, tJbiit too late to block  Willi   fuua   Ox-  waist-line, a bulbous nose and florid'"with a roar the spectators came to  it. He threw his body,into reverse,  robbing .the blow of a great deal, of  its force; yet enough was left"to send  him reeling back to" the ropes, his  head whirling aiid bis knees wobbly.  ���������A Friend to Women  1  ������r        -| ��������� v%     ������i*     ������ ***a ������  Lydia E. Pinkham s  Vegetable Compound  LYDIA K. I'INKKAM MKDICINK CO,  C^ynn, Munw., IJ.H.A.  and Cot>ouric> 0������tt.a Cmi*������d������.  JSf.      VV.      U.      JL7(iO-  face, bit savagely on a big cigar. "By  gad!" he ejaculated, "that man, is  perfect." There was a look of admiration and envy in his red-rimmed  eyes.-' Thus do men admire the  strong, well-kept body of the athlete, eVeh though their own physical  self has degenerated to mere paste.  "Two to one that Garrieau wans inside, of ten rounds!" shouted a voicei.  Douglas covered the bet at once.  "Now, men," instructed the referee  briskly, "this is, to, be "for twenty  rounds. Youv are to fight clean  breaks. You can hit with one arm  free, but you cannot hold with one  and hit, with the other. When I say  'Break' i want yoti to break at once  and step back. Do you understand  fully? Good! To your corners."  Donald glanced at his friends, who  srft with their eyes upon him. He  isit Andy's hand upon him gently  stroking his arm, yet he could not  suppress the trembling in his limbs.  ' 'Everything's all right, Donnie,"'  whispered Andy softly*  The gong rang,  Garrieau assumed thc crouch Andy  had predicted, his chin resting in the  hollow of his shoulder, his eyes seeming to. retreat into hik skull under thc  overhanging brows. This was the  champion's * famous "fighting face."  ": "Pretty boy, ain't yer ?" he scoiYcd.  I'm goin' to knock dose pretty tcet'  down yer" throat, you���������~"'he cursed.  Donald snapped a light loft to thc.  ugly face and danced out of range,  The champion's thick lips parted in  a -fiendish grin, "My, mamma's nice  boy has a terrible punch!"1 he derided.  -Donald continued his dazzling footwork, keeping tho champion in pur-  ouit and contending hlmscjf with oc-  caiiou.'il lef L-liasad jnba Ihiil Si^plt h.h  opponent's head rocking. He shot  glances at Intervals to Ills corner for  Instructions from Andy, who nodded  his head in approval of his tactics,  The round flnlflhcd In the challenger's favour by a wide margin on  pointh. The champion had not landed a aliiKlo effective blow during tho  round.  The action of (he first rouncl  caused Donald to forget his rnorvous-  their feet as one- npan. The gong  saved Garrieau.y -.���������'���������?'.-  '.,, The crowd gayef Donald a deafening ovation as he walked to his cor-,  ner. He looked for his friends and  saw Douglas a&&' 'Gillis locked in air  embrace and dancing madly in the  narrow aiBle.  ' (To Be Continued.)  ISA GREAT JOY  Excited Person (complaining to;  postmaster): "And if I don't get;"beti-i  ter service, I shall give my, postal  business to someone else."  Minard's Liniment for sprains.  "Have you anything to say,  prisoner, before sentence is passed upon  ybu?"-'. ��������� ;?.-:���������:���������:���������.���������. ^  .  '���������llTo, your honor, except    that    it  takes very little., to., please ine."  Afi ���������f3^l3^*?l^8^P^i^^/'"-'f'���������  ''���������,'What-is���������ftlie most dangerous age of  a person in respect to accidents?  According to the Workers' Compensation Commission., at Sydney, N.S.  W��������� a person of 20 years is in the  greatest peril.: Prom, that age .the  accidenty������rate decreases^ and f the y^af-  est-iagefis set dowit at 75 years.  5=  CRUMBLY TEETH  J  ff  Help your children to have  "'"sibdrH'^  andy strong"teetliv-. Give tixem f  ScGtf s Emuisio-i  rich in vitamins. It serves the  needs of childhood equally as  well as it does grown pebple;  Scott 8e Bo-wrtie. Toronto, Ont. 25-60  1  What can give more Joy in the  homo than a laughing, happy baby,  The well child makes everyone happy  with his tuneful gurgle and bright  laughing eyes. It is only the sickly  baby who is not a laughing baby, for  it is the little one's nature to bo  happy when well.  ������������������.   .      . *  Mothers, if your baby is cross, if  he c^ies a great deal and no amount  of attention seems to. make him  happy, give him a dose ..of Baby*b  Own Tablets and he will soon be  well and ready to radiate that hap?  plness through the home again.  ? Baby's Own Tablets aro a mild  tout thorough laxative. Thoy regulate thc bowels and sweeten tho  stomach and thus banish constipation and indigestion; break up colds  and simple fevers and correct those  troubles which accompany the cutting of teeth and In doing thosb  things���������rand doing them well���������thoy  make baby happy and keep him  happy. The Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from Tho Dr. WllliatUH*  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  "And how do you get on with your  wife-?"  "I've a splendid working arrangement with her..In the forenoon sho  docs what she wauts, and In the .afternoon 1 do wiiat alio wauta."  IKoiulucha ?  Liniment.  TUilfovo   wilh    Mlnard'a  Miatioss: "I see that another soldier hat*, called for you, Mary. I  Uiought you had only one uwcot-  hciwt!"  Coo let "Oh, no ,mum; two. You  iwf*, oh������"'h rcg-nlnr and ihe> othor'm a.  rtvwervo."  There's been a revolution in the science of battery  building ��������� Eveready has found a way to give you  mov$ battery for your money than you ever bought  before! ��������� s ���������   ���������   ,  The new Layerbilt principle -can be understood by  anyone. It simply gives you more current-making  eiement-s by packing flat cells like crackers, in a bois,  instead of using many round cells with waste apace  betweenr  You actually get thc equivalent of a much bigger  battery and, of course, ft takes much longer to use  it up,   That's Why you should buy Eveready Layer-,  bilta and fiavc money.    Now  selling at  tucw low  prices.   Ask your dealer.  Canadian  National  Carbon Go*, Limited  Vancouver TORONTO i fe*^!l  Calgary WwmipeB  Owning fivercaSy Bailery Station CKJS/C, Toronto    H206  J0$&$  -WJJ.W , ���������,*jrsa-v-*'r">**M-" nrf~A  ���������"*M "1 *v!t ^ W y ���������* ** *&*-**-* ttn.' trjvs ������ ia- ^-msi (sBra tsq --������W ,. ������#rt*  MKMW.WM ���������*-.>".������. tii.m.MTi r#,y-j*.M.te'.C>i\.A4.iiJ3.������ ���������*-.*>������( *������v������  l!tjk..^_������.tl���������.lj*$t.*Ht.4ill**mr,r\*lr4*.,~tim aa.,kartlM,lu-3,>l,M������ l_kr '  m. .���������***., , . !���������       ........i  ti.,.'..^.-t,^a THIS  CRESTON  REVIEW  "  JL    ^  JL-J?   a   aIJL.***.     Y T     -a���������si JL   Jo.  TwO-  Mr. Tolmie.breaks a solomn promise that .was made with but one  string t^flt;^^  -y'Asy^l^nljSpiers  being  compe  tent there is absolutely no question.  v������cayv.(������;.;.'VU������84'!a.' ':oi       (.sffiuc.  TV &&SB       S������  Combinations  Any day now a. tbtifch of real cold will wake you  season. Come in now and get the TDest choice  of colder weather wear in both the combination  and two-pieee styles. We guarantee you long  wear, comfort and right prices.  i  momKopoKin ?? tr\..^s,fiPtV,<s    Tn������w      Is  assured an apple worth^eatin-**, it  niiglit be well to go slow in adopting this new-selling plan. The  industry ie in no shape to stand the  Hue  of   poor   advertising that will  uf lu-utavucuijy   C!itsu������   ii  m.   .'....���������  ���������  i  A     HP   TT^   T>    (Ol  I  For both ladies and gents in a great  range of colors and all sizes. They  are  pure   wool   and  priced   to sell.  ssfen Valley Ge-Gperativs Assti,  6REST0N  Two Stores  ERiOKSuN  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS  WIL& ROSE LQOGE WO. 39  REGULAR CONVENTION*- evray S-ECOJFD  *. and SmJKTH THUKSDA V.  Pythian "welcome to ail visiting brothers.  E. MA1.I*AXI>AINE  C.C.  C. F. ARMSTRONG  K.R.&S.  F. H. JACKSON  nEAL "s.3Tm i c.  Ustlngs? solicited.  CRESTON,    B.C.  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  issya.fffvaatB^ia.'  - PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant, unreserved, surveyed Crown  lands may be pre-empted by BritSsh  subjects over 18 years of age, and by  aliens on declaring intention to become  British, subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation, and improvement  for agricultural purposes.  Full information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions, Is given  in Bulletin No. 2, Land Series, "Eo*w  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 8,000 feet  per acre east of that range.  -Applications .for. pre-emptions are to  be addressed to the Land Commissioner  of the Land Recording Division in  which the land applied for is situated,  and are made on printed forms, copies  of which can be obtained from the Land  Commissioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and improvements made to  value of $10 per acre, Including clearing and cultivating at least five acres,  before a Crown Grant can be received.  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  ������3.00 to "U.S. points.  C P. Hayes. Editor and Owner.  CKHSTON. B.C.. FRIDAY. OCT. 26  prone oh record mora than   once  in  eongratulatiug   hitn   on   his   good  wwfcyand   amongst  residents   all  oyer th& district but one opinion is  held   of I)ari Spiers,   and  that  is  that he?is; tliiSibest   road  foreman  the   Valley Otitis  had   in   a   dozen  years.      No. charge    of    political  partisanship  can   be   held  against  him   because  he had no politics in  his work.    So far  as  employment  was  available  he distributed it as  equitably   as pnHsihle regnrdlesR oi  political affiliations; always  insisting, of course, on a day's* work for  a day?a payy y  But while Premier Toimie must  be held directly responsible for the  dismissal; and liis loud talk of a  contrary character makea his ao  tion the more reprehensible, the  fReview has no intention, of overlooking the Jocal member who  must have pressed Mr. Tolmie  mighty hard to secure such prompt  and desired action.  In fourteen years acquaintance  with local politics the Review has  encountered nothing ������P 'uncalled  for and so disgraceful to a party  that so definitely and solemnly  pledged itself to better things at  Victoria. And if things \have  come to such a pass sixty days  after Mr. Toltnie ..taking office,'  where will the province be at four  years hence.  frost touohed or half baked.  AU thia talk, about the younger  generation being altogether- too  intimate does not apply at Cranbrook, or if J hey are, these affections are not producing the oldtime  results.    Just  listen   to   this   from  t-\tc 1  !n������main        "I loonila  all   frl.a.  i/laoi  W..^-      ^.....^M   .<v   .   . mm^-'.4^4^4. ....     *������.������.(������      V.Ji^.     .MWM.  surroundings and inducements of  this enchanting country, we have  fewer marriages than txny other  city of its size in British  Columbia  ���������rthis year a mere handfui of marriages. W6? have in Cranbrook  alone" nearly otie * hundred single,  young men, wbo are earning - anywhere y from * $135 to $225 per  rssonth,, .wbc are - eligible for fche  rssftrriaEiv.state; who-sbould-support-  homes, who are wasting their time  in idle pleasures, with no ties of  responsibilities other than jazz and  the every day pleasures bf life."  Failing remedial effort in other  quarters "we anggest that Editor  Sullivan take tlie matter up with  the, Women's Institute. This  appears to be one subject ��������� that  escaped attention at the recent  conference at Creston.  * Over". 13*000    tons   of' ore   are  handled weekly afc Trail smelter.  iBiiiiiiii  ioimie Violates Pledge  For  more  the Bulletin  detailed  information see  "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 purchnsed or leased, the .eon-,  ditions including payment of stumpage.  HOMESITE LEASES  Unsurveycd areas not exceeding 20  acres may be leased as homesltcs, conditional upon a dwelling being erected  in the first year, title being obtainable  after residence and improvement conditions are "fulfilled and land has been  surveyed.  LEASES   -  F<*������r f.Tn.rAnrr, wid"." Iriduatrial purpowjfli  areas not exceeding 4340 acres may bo  leased by one person or a company.  GttAJKXNO '    '  Under the Grassing Act the Province iu divided Into grazing district!  and the range wdm)Hra1������t^r(ftd iindar a  Grazing CowuniasLoner, Annual grazing permits ate Issued based on num-  bera ranged, priority being given to  eHWib>ti������iwti uw(i������r������, B U>uk.-u wMjtuh UJiii.jf  form association!-} for range management. Pjtce, or partially itoee peranita  aro available for settlers, campers or  f.mviHiikrH, wj> Lo Usn 1ifei*tl.  Last week we had occasion to  expose tbe insincerity of the Tolmie  administration iu talking one sort  of fiscal policy out of office and  practising the reverse sort as soon  as entrusted with power. ,   >_  This week we must refer to a  much more deplorable sample of  Mr. ToJmie's double dealing, right  here at Creston, in the removal of  J. D. Spiers, road superintendent,  who last week was notified of his  dismissal, effective forthwith���������not  even the usual courtosy of a  month's notice or thirty day*,' pay.  During the recent campaign, ou  <=?very platform Mr. Tolmie appeared, he took particular care to  vigorously affirm, that if theCon  aerva-tives were returned tp power  no competent official of the old  government would be dismissed.  That everyone believed that the  now premier meant exactly what  he said is evidenced i i the party  press���������Nelson Daily News included  ���������giving editorial page expression  to this feature of Tory policy and  solemnly affirming that Mr, Tolmie  was a man of his word and of abso  lute independence, and would make  good hia assurance.  And   yet,   within   hardly   more  than  two months of taking office,  During the federal campaign of  1926 much was heard of the disaster facing the auto industry due to  a lessening-of-protection by the  much appreciated Robb budget of  that year.: No^'only did the in  dustry have a wonderful year in  1926. and 1927, but now comes  authoritative ', information that  Canada produced more motor cars  and trucks (and of a greater value)  in the first eight months of 1928  than in the whole of 1927, and also  Canada imported more motor ears  and trucks (and .of a greater value)  in the first eight months of 1928  than in the whoie of 1927.  Occasionally one reads in the  press about a start to be.made at  increasing the consumption of B.C.  apples by having them on sale in  slot maohines. Undoubtedly such  devices expedite the marketing of  life savers, chiclets, chewing gum,  and other commodities that are nob  liable to suffer unduly on account  of climate conditions. But the  apple is a little different. Unless  those sponsoring slot machine  vending can place these devices in  locations where the party who  drops the nickel in the slot can   be  ^ETHOUGH tiie "Bigger snd Bet-  -t^ tery Chevrolet oSers a standard of  beauty never - before thought possible  ko. a low priced automobile ���������. although  it offers the features of advanced design  and the perfection of detail demanded  in liie woridss finest cars . . the fundamental reason for its tremendous sue*  cess is its amazing performance ������ ���������  . .^ So smooth, so powerful and so tin-  failingly dependable!  Gome in and drive this car! "Yois'll say  what hundreds of thousands have  already said this year���������^liat no other  car can give you so much . ��������� at prices  so amazingly low I t>is-io-*ac  Th* GJStul.C. . . General Motors' mmm 4*f*rr*A pmymcmt ptmm mfforis  rtfwr twotri convenient mud economical" wmy of twymg your Ctren*ls$  ���������   ems cf imcrmue.  Creston      -      Cranoroolz  CHEVmOlUET  PRODUCT    OF    GENERAL    MOTORS    OF    CANADA,    LIMITED  -.i.  maaaasztosaaagBtBABsnEa.  WmWBBBAAABas.  If it's a new idea in tire-building, and  likely to be permanent, you'll generally  find Dunlop had it first.  ���������i ������  Other excellent buys trade*mcirfced Dunlop t   Auto*  mobile, Bicycle, Trt&cU and Motor. Bs^'Tsrcs, mBcUtngt  Packing, Hose, Golf Balls, Tennis Balls, Flooring, etc.  MMBMUk^  ^tuw| au| ^^^  MHll HHHI .^tfMfe.   ^^^^m^. 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Lear-  man tfc,;Orc������tbru    ^~y      -.   - -  ^he Valley'Ife-still',ehioying a very  fine lin^. of. incO&Q summer weather  but with a f uil >soon on Sunday', look  out for a chaKEsi.     ' ' :  Local and Persona.!  Bxbth���������On  October, 22nd.  to  Mr.  H. Chtistie, a. son;  Pigs For S^jite���������Diiroc-Beshshires.  J. ir. jxose, Oreston.  Miss A. Doyie was a weekend visitor  with friends-in Nelson.  Fob Saus���������Ranch' horse for sale.  H  Clements, Erickson.  Birth���������On October 19th. to Mr. and  Mrs. W. Griffith, a son.���������  Wanted���������Good family cow, state  price.    W. Mitchell, Camp Lister.  For Bent���������Five-room house. Apply A. Andet-so'U', Victoria Avenue,  Creston. - '  JForSaxe���������Registered Silver foxes,  reasonable prices.- Mrs. F. Putnam,  Erickson.  For 8A3U&���������Loganberry plants. 50  centflueach, live years old.     C. Kelsey,  Erickson.  Mrs.    J.  W.   and    Miss   Margeory Sirdar ������. couple of days mt the first of  Hamilton are visitors in Spokane this the' week. ' Work on  the 90-foot ex*  by auto at the first of  IxdS Jbii*fnSSg������ sc O. rasaxwaet oojszrsoTs ares inanv  ������ nous&nds of Heating Frobiems  McClary Mfg. Co. p '      '   ]  Vancouver, B.C. ;*-"     ^ \,  "Sirs,���������It is with great pleas urt������I write"  you concerning the Furnagette Heater; It is  the hest heater we haVe ever had,, as we are  very warm in every part of the house. >W������  have an eight-room house and it heats it.'all  splendidly. We cannot speak too highly of jt  and certainly give it great praise to all our  friends. Yours respectfully,  J. WESTWOOD.  , Merritt, B.C.  Come in and Inspect the Furnacette and he convinced it- will solve your heating problem  SmsA* SPEER5  Dry mGood&s      Groceries.      Furniture, .    Hardware  r\fWwAO       aW������ir������**r������*������**r r    *-*r    m^m.������\mlm+ZT$     ZZi     St  mymr*** r\<*w    ..   ���������   TCT--    675  *.. ��������������� -mm _ **       *&jjfr     _ WT      aCt  wu,a xiv. ana jolts,   vv. ������.  *=i  u^^samij^^^sms^sm&^^^smiis^m^SM  JU ^T  Is good wood for the Kitchen Range  or your Heater. A good, big load for  $2.50, delivered in town; slightly more  outside of town. Phofie your orders  early. - ,   *  McAlpine.  Mrs. Hopwood was a weekend  visi  tor with friends in Spokane, returning  ������w.   TLit *\ ������^ .1.. ������������  Vll    JX3.tJ.mm.Ay.  Henry Chester of Cranbrook was  renewing acquaintances in Creston at  the weekend.  E. Smith of Vancouver is a Creston  visitor this week, a guet>t of Mr, and  Mrs. R. Stevens.  Pigs For Sax^s���������Well bred pigs, six  weeks old,* 854-50 each. Mrs. J. B.  Rudd. Wynndel.  For    SaI/B���������Suitcase'   grama phone j  and records, price very low.      Miss I.  M. fleece. Box 18, Creston.  Vic. Paulson of The* Kootenay  Garage, Cranbrook, was, here on a  visit to the local branch last week.  Wanted���������T������ rent, four to six room  house, furnished or unfurnished, stat**  rent.    Write  Box 64,  Review Office.  Goats For Saue���������Cheap to clear,  Registered Tojegenburg buck, and  yearling doe.    P. 6. Ebbutt, Creston.  For Sale���������Black bear skin rug,  exceptionally fine skin, best lining  available. $40. G. Leadbeater, Erickson. " ���������"."*"*.  Figs For Sale���������Choice'young pigs,  six weeks old November 1st, $6 while  they last... W. A. Pease (Alice Siding).  Creston.     * /  I. O'jNeil, a Calgary stockman, who  has been in the .Valley for,;about ten  days, has' just made a shipment of a  carload of cattle tc that city. They  were mostly feeders.'  R U P T U R E  EXPERT HERE      *-  week,   leaving  the week.<_  Mis8 Alice Bmbree,  who has been  visiting friends Sw"*i5������saies-' a,M������3. "Ksitt  berley  the past six- weeks,  returned  home on Monday,   .-.  Bob Crawford, who has been working at harvest and threshing at  Nanton, Alberta, the past two months  returned on Monday.*.  ^^   -i  Bev. B. Spaude spent a few days at  -Trail at the end of the week whex-a he  attended a conference of Lutheran  pastors in Kootenay-Boundary,  For Sale���������Handsome oak bureau  ������������������������������������sk. 5 ft. 6 in. x IS ft. 3 in., f-jftfO. Solid  oak desk, $6; and oak hall chair, <38.  Apply before Tuesday or will be packed.    P. G. Ebbutt, Creston.  Wednesday mghtnextis halloweVna  Gates and other movable -^ropertv of  the sort should   be taken  in for the  against removal.  tension he has pub, to  is now completed  the-- greenhouse  lurseri  ilD-OK  I ha,ve secured, the agency  for the well known River*  side ^Turssries of (5-rand  Forks, B.C./ and will be  calling on the ranchers of  Creston Valley in the near  future.  ft  jas. uook was a Dnsineas visitor at  i Thn   iiiTliCDiM  fiiiiiony  i ii0 LuitiuMtn ununun  OF CRESTON  Invites yon to attend Snglish  Service at 11 a.m. Sunday  School at 10 a.m., at Cr. Nickel  home.  Pastor, EH.SPA0DB.  <ac*.  ���������mo,     lnc.-pr.nc*       |-������i-fr-i-r������iTr  Fruit Trees, etc., elsewhere  as I have some attractive  prices on Al Nursery stock  4V6  -S'vlS'U"*-"  tor spring delivery  ������. MAWSON  O.  R ADIO!  ���������v-MARCOISffiy;  ,   KOL8TE JEc  Improvements in design and appearance of  sets. Reductions in prices, and a promise of  a better line of broadcast programmes will  make this a record year for radio. Come in  and make arrangements for a demonstration  v ; in your own" home. "  PR EM IER   GARAGE  PALMER   A,    MAXWELL        ~V  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPCnATED OVOASOLINC  Z2SSX2������g2Z������22!ffAaaaeMm**m^^  tiBrrgrffl  SSSSSSfi  Our Service  Tho Bank was established in 1875. and  during a period of moro than fifty years  Branches have heen established from timo  to time at earefully eiiowon points. Tlio service at all Branches is local and personal,  but it is also world-wide Sn scope. A moderate sized Bank���������not too machine-like-���������  with a friendly interest in its clients,     i03  IIVIPERIAJL   BANIC.  e'^d      01**   .At   mm) "V H*   <W%.   I*  ���������mm ***** -**M* '+m*>m4mtAm*'mi*  CRESTON BRANCl! '  ���������" ������        ���������     ' , C W. ALLEN, Matiiag*:?-  Ur������ndm>t nt !v������rm*r������. Cranbrook n*n������l r������ml������  F. H. Seeley, q^Ohicngo and Philn-  del**.ii?i n*A*fc50n������Il'T fmsous ^snert  will himself person ally be at the  Vaincouver Hotel", and will remain in  Vancouver this Tuesday,., Wednesday. Thursday,s F'riday^ Saturday  and Sunday, Oct. 30 to Nov. 4  indusive.froui 0 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.  Mr. Seeley says:  "Tho Spermatic Shield will not only retain  any case of rapture perfectly, but contracts  tbe opening In 10 days on the average ease.  Being a vast advancement over all former  methods���������exemplifying instantaneous effects  immediately appreciable . and withstanding  any strain or position no matter %the size or  location. Largo or difficult canes, or incisional  ruptures (following operational specially solicited. This instrument received the only award  in Kngland and in Spain, producing results  without surgery, injections, medical treatments  or prescriptions, with distinguished personal  patrons of all notions." "His method has al-   ~   '      Dr.  satisfactory.'���������trfito  Medical Director,  ways boon moat .._._.  Edward Shippen, former  H.a Navy.  Thia instrument is tho same as supplied to  Surg. Qonls. llnroau, U.S. Naval Hospital.���������  Pcnn. 11. R, Etc ICta  Ho will bo glad to demonstrate without  charge or fit thorn If desired. Business  demands prevents stopping at any other place  In this section.  N. B.���������Kvory statement in this notice has  boon veriflod heforo the Federal and State  Court*.���������F. H. SEMLKY,  CAUTION���������All caBOs should bo cautionod  aealnet tho uso of any clastic or wob truss with  undoratrans, as same rest whero tho lump io  " rli      '" "   "       ���������"    "          and not whore tho opening is, often resulting  * filiation. _  Alco, 117 N, Poarborn St,, Chicago, 11L  in strangulation.  Homo OA  AT ^HE  Wo invite you to inspect our  new stock of  ���������"III  Rubbers  *W*W^**������****Wm      *mvW^^Ur ImW^mmitr^mW  ^and  Full stock.    Priced right.  J**m\\\\ MSmtWMmWmWmW  Jitf^j^MKiSS  4AAAt^   BSdSMl.    ^Aimtm.    tWmW *w\f m-W  JfflR *wSwmWr*wf twM J\W^^TaO*W sWrmffi mWLlJmWr wmSWmmW  ttSMJMfTminiii  -.US J^^f jjjL^fr j^Ai   ������^A^^^m ^^M^^g* ^S^jfetf ������u^^^^i ^^ ������3^ ^jjj  MicsTftcss   Repairtf%s  m  Shoe txnd  By the Sack, Ton  or Carload  Maple Leaf and Robin Hood Flour  Bran, Shorts, Barley Chop, Crushed Oats  G^������PI^   Oats, Wheat  -,s-     Timothy, Alfalfa, Prairie Hay  We carry complete stocks.  In Flour* Feed, Fuel it will., pay td get our  prices before buying elsewhere.  Ha       V-a  oCREATH  consists in spending less ehsss  you earn.  If by careful economy you can.  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment*  We pay interest on Savings bal*  ancea and shall welcome your  account. aso  THE GANjADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000 ,.  i  L  Creston. Branch  R. J. Forber*, Manager  BURNS & COMPANY, Ltd.  li/IC A T   tilt TT I? tf*������-nl \ IWTTCS  m^mmmmmmmmmssmAmm  mumm  x JTBY OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An ocotioinlcal dloh, easy to nerve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY jBUTTER  **        Government graded*, hip-hem, quality.  FRESH nd CURED FISH  all varieties.  IL,noncest JoJCtJttfp Jr%JJKJ\, JvtU i 1 \Jrl,   VEUAL*, ������*/UIMf  BURNS" IDEAL FOUL TRY FOOD  iucii-nuvti t'fua pii..t.utilUn. iit'id producoi* b^lU'i* poultry.    Buy tho beat. OT  THE   BEYIEW,   ������3&������STON,   B.    C,  Hansen Believes Arctic  Route  Most Favorable  ood tea'  J&^^l Rosg $r%  >,B^"^^������ji  u  ���������Top Qualify  Af*.  clean, bright Ah  The Gracbng ox Vs/Iieat  Tht heavy frosts .whicli descended upon. Western Canada during* the  thurc week of August, haii a, must uisastujus efCccL upon s. ISLVga portion of  the yiyheat crop of the prairie provinces, with a resultant lowering in grades  which, in the aggregate, means a loss* of many riiil*! Lous of dollars to the  farmer-producers of-the west. Just how great the loss is will probably  never be accurately known, hut thousands of individual farmers will, more  or less correctly, estimate what it means to them. Volume of production  remains, the greatest in the history of the country, but grades, and consequently prices, are seriously affected.  Under the circumstances it is but natural that an outcry is raised  against the whole system of grading, and some very rash statements are  indulged in. Tse farmer vvha gets Xumber Three feels he ought to have  received Number Two. and the itian who is given Number Four contends  he ought to have bad Number Three, and so' on down the line. This is but  ratural, but the result is that elevator operators, whether in the Pool or line  elevators, are charged with taking advantage of the situation and grading  too low. Governments,, both, federal and provincial, are held responsible  for the system of grading in vogue, although, as -a matter of fact, provincial  ^xp?o?***ip    "PSaisntftg    ^mpelin    Ijlierht  Between XDutrope and United  Um,t4C*%x.xm  A Zeppelin flight between Europe  and the U.S. by way of the Arctic  regions in order to determine the  practicability ot that route is new being actively prepared by a committee  under the chairmanship of Pridtjof  Nansen, noted polar explorer. It is  believed that weather encdilions will  be more favorabje In the Arctic than  over    the    regtilar    North    Atlantio  C.rV-11 Vt-aa-ffc  V/Ut-rova  Tho Zeppelin will be commanded by  Captain Walter- Bruns, secretary of  the Society of Arctic Research. It is  understood that th������ coming aeronautic convention in Berlin will fix the  date for the Arctic flight, which probably win De next May or June.  Three Russian scientists, Prof.  "Wrese, meteorologist; Prof. Schmidt,  biolog-ist       and     Prof.     Isatchenko,  ������������..^i". J-W.SV$3 -.J *������ ������ VA  ^-- *4~ ^m.m.^.m.m^.mmmmm^m ^  recently, en route to Berlin, and discussed plans for the expedition.  ������������������a ���������****  WEAK AND NERVOUS  governments have nothing to do with grading, which, as a matter of trade  and commerce falls solely within the jurisdiction of the-Dominion. If there  was any truth in the charge that the Liberal Government, in Saskatchewan,  is responsible for low grading this j'ear, then the Farmer Governments in  Rlanltota and Alberta are-fequally responsible.  The truth of the matter is," of course, that neither Liberal, Conservative,  Progressive nor United Fanner Governments are responsible. It may be  that the- present system of grading requires revision but even that cannot  be determined offhand. Canadian wheat occupies an enviable reputation in;  tho markets of the world, and because of that reputation commands a good  price. That reputation is based on the quality of -our ^heat, and that  quality is guaranteed through our system of uniform Government inspection  and grading. , y        "  It may well be that in a year like the present, a relaxation in grading  would result in a larger proportion of our Wheat being placed in higher  grades, and better prices received by the growers. On .the other hand, a  lowering in the standards might very easily result in a.-general lowering of  ���������all prices, so that the final result would be much the same.        -        "'...  But assuming that this did not happen this .year, the undoubted effect  would be injurious to the reputation of Canadian wheat and aiiy gain derived this year would be more than offset in other years because of the poorer  reputation for all our wheat that would result. The reputation of Canada's  wheat abroad is the biggest asset we have in the British a;n<"t European mar-*  kets, and it must be retained at all hazards. And to tamper with grading  solely in order to meet climatic conditions in any one year would be fatal  to that reputation.  There is this, however, to be considered. Does frost, which mars the  appearance of the wheat kernels, and results in lower grading,, actually impair the milling qualities of that wheat, and the baking properties of the  flour made from such wheat? In, other words, does frost affect the.real  quality of the wheat to the extent that our present standards of grading  would indicate? If it does not, then it would seem that our grading need  not be quite so drastic without affecting the established reputation of otir  wheat, /  This, however, is a question thai can only be determined through study,,  research and experimentation. It cannot be decided in a day or two, or set-  Vied by legislative enactment. The Dominion Government is fully alive to  the importance of this question, and the Government Research. Laboratory,  working in conjunction and full co-operation with all Western universities,  is engaged in the task of ascertaining the actual facts and the full truth.  In this important work the three provincial governments, the Wheat Pools,  and the United Parmer organizations- are all assisting.  Pending the result of such searching investigations, It is a mistake and  unpatriotic for anybody to seek to inflame public opinion out of an unfortunate condition resulting from the vagaries of the weather which no man, or  body of men, can direct or control. ��������� Rather should every man and every  organization having the best interests of Canada at heart do what lies in  their power to assist in this great work to the end that air m'ay benefit.  A Condition Due To Watery- Blood  ���������Easily Corrected Tlirough the  Us* Of Br. Williams' Pink Pills.  Thin, pale girls lack the -power of  resistance to disease that rich, red  blood gives: Nervous breakdown is  the result of thin, blood. So is indigestion, headaches, backaches ana  many other troubles. Girls suffering  from thin, Impure blood need just the  help Dr. Williams' Pink Phis can  give. For many years Dr. Williams'*  Pink Pills have been: a world-famoua  blood-builder ahd nerve restorer.  They actually Soake hew, rich, red  blood which iinp&Hg new" vigor ana  life to all the organs of the body.  Their first effect is usaJLly shown by  an improved appetite; then the spirits  revive and restlessness at night gives  way to health restoring sleep. For  sufferers from anaemia, nervousness,  general weakness or -physical exhaustion Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a restorative of the utmost value. This  is proved by the experience of Miss  Sarah A. McEachfern, RJ**".. No. 3,  Brule, N.S., who says:���������"About three  yeara ago I became very weak^and  nervous. I had pains in my .side anu  back, fl also had jftequeht pains in  the back of my head and neck. 1  was very pale and very weak. I had  attacks of nervous irritability, and at  times I was so nervous that life seemed hardly worth living.   While in this  TljrbTHERS  JLVJL the world  over prefer the external treatment,  vicks v apoAww*- De-  cause it avoids *the;  constant "dosing*?  which so frequently  disturbs delicate  little stomachs. You  just rub it on.. Most  colds yield by  morning.  For free sample*  write ^  Immigration for Canada from the  United States this year    is    25    per  cent.;gre?a|-ar. than a ^ar. agp..,.., ...,'p ?,  "Health cannot be looked for fin the  child that.. is subject to worms, because worms destroy health by creating internal disturbances that rfetard  condition  a friend   strongly advised  development and cause serious weak-  iv������n    -4-/^    -frolr**    T^w*     "WX-i 11*5 *���������**���������������*���������**������' - "Divilr    "Oi ll-ra"** *" m^i-ts*   .' "HjT41 t *%.*r������*ca    XXTrwmsr**    'D/vitr^ai^c!    io-v-M ������������������  me to take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  I began taking these pills and used  them for about two months with the  result that there was such an improvement in my ' condition that  friends would ask me what I was  taking, and I was only too glad to  tell them it was Dr/vWilliams* Pink  Pills. I am now enjoying* good liealtS*  and am glad to give "this statement  for the benefit it may be to some other siifferer." ,  You can get these pills from any  medicine dealer or by mail at 50  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont. '  ness. Miller's Worm powders expei  worms and are so beneficial in their  action that the systems ofthe .little,  sufferers are restored to healthful-  ness, all the discomforts aifd gangers  of worm infection are removed, and  satisfactory growth is assured.  Wonderful Future For Canada  It is never too late to learn; never  too late to seek knowledge. One of  the finest epitaphs ever placed on a  t-ombstone was that placed over the  grave of John Richard Green, the  famous historian. It said "He D.iod  Learning."  Wife���������"Do-you realize that twenty  five years ago today we became married?  Absent-minded Professor���������Twenty-  five years! You should have reminded mo before. It's certainly time  vve got married!"  Japan's Xrafnc "Problem  Traffic congestion has   become   so  bad in the streets of Osaka Japan,  that officials are contemplating use  of the old canals. It is proposed to  use boats propelled by outboard motors as a part of the municipal transportation system.  End Season's; Ws>r&  EreigUiers; From   Haiisoiir^^j.Be-  tum To Nova Scotia PoiWv,  All freighters being used in Government work on Hudson Bay, have  left for  Nova- Scotia ports  for  the;  winter months, according to wireless  despatches   received  at the  Department of  Marine.      ^The  tug Daintyf  and  the steamers  Canadian Voyag-  eur   arid   Odile,   left   Fort   Churchill  recently.     <^The vessels   have   beens  used in carrying material to. be used  in the cbnstruction of -the harbor.,  -   fpoy with Belt: OptSmist. ������������������''"-.  Boy with one Suspender:  Slouch. ���������.  Boy with paii>of Suspenders': Conservative.  Boy with Belt and Suspenders:  Pessimist. ?      f  ; PHILLIPS S  9tfff������B  ACIO STOMACH  HCA.KT������\JH.������  our  L.ord Peel Sees Great Things In Store  For Tills Country y  "We see developing here a vigorous  and varied civilization and, we see a  people growing with, a clearly marked  individuality  of their own,"  said  Lord Peel, grandson    of    England's  Robert Peel and leader of   the   Empire Parliamentary Party, just before  his departure for the Maritime Provinces.     "We have fallen in love with  this country and regret to leave these  fertile plains and the bright stimulating air.    We all foresee a wonderful  future, even beyond the visions of tho  first pioneers. Wo believe the country is moving along* right,lines a-nd  It Is only a matter of timo until tho  ambitions of tho most far-seeing are  accomplished."  JO minutes  ago  Stomach  1 bs  .   (trntt*-  .r.n r.  OASES,: NMg������2-  .1 usit a tus-telcHH do.scs' of Phillips'  Milk of MuKiKiHla in water. That Ih uu  all: all. cff'.'CJve, y^t harmless-, tt h������fl  br.-i?n tli������> f*t-'tnf"ru-*l Jintsicid for f>0 yearn  anion ������ phynlulnnsE    everywhere    Ono  .parts.    You, arc  Iiunpy again in five  mlnutca.  | Don't depend on crude methods.  ! lumploy tlio l>eni way yet evolved In  I all the yearn of t'.carclilng. That in  jl-'hHllpHrMlll������ of Magnefila  Undberp-li Golnjr To Turkey  Mrs. Iflvangeline Lindbergh, accord  Ing to a dispatch sent by tho- Con-  slantlnoplo correspondent of tho  "Egyptian Daily newspaper Ahran,  lias said that her I'aruoua son, Col.  Charles A. Lindbergh, -intends to visit her shortly in yurkiiy. Tho Dwo  will make an. aerial journey, to Syria  and Jerusalem, to visiit the holy ptac-  ea of Christianity.  firw,rm1lll  Will   natlllnLli^-:  lit (UK:.!  intuilv I       ^t. wy* < r,  m>r ������hiv wnutn--.  Ta^nus^^  ji..     . Il .1.......       I.,      ..,.1.1        Ti-      I,.      I'lm     .���������    .'..I   .    ..  .       -������������������      ..        .'.     ' .'11"  (Imw lt������ volumi! In iw.Ui. It l.i tho  t tghl \v:iy, th������ fjulrk, pViiwii-nl: iukI efll������  ricul way lu kill Iht: hkcmm acid. Tho  sto*nru:h "he-corna-'M hwcciI,  ,IUn pain ������S������-  Mlllc of MngnoHla pr^wcrlbcd by phyfll-  <-1 untj for J'������0 ymurH In forrf-eUrjjj- t������>c-  *:cun tkeUki. 1Cm<*5i botlU; conlatny fall  d I reel lc������im��������� any drug Hi ore.  Tlio wife: "This paper says that  in purls of the East a good wife  costs fifteen shillings.    Disgraceful!"  Iter Hubby: '-Well, a good wife Is  worth fifteen shillings, isn't sho?"  Mfi������������vd*H lUnlsiu-nfc  for ctclsinp: JaEntfl.  How many*people you know wbo end their colds with Aspirin!  And how often yoti've heard oi its prompt relief of sore throat or  tonsilitis. No wonder millions take it for colds, neuralgia,  rheumatism; ancl the aches and pains that go with them. The wonder is lhat .anyone .still worrks throiigh a Tinnier wilhout these  tahlets! They relieve quickly, yet have no effect whatever on the  heart. Friends have'often told you Aspirin is marvelous; doctors  have declared it harmless. Every druggist has it, with proven directions. Why not put it .to the test?  Auplrln is" a Trail etna rls Tles������al������ref3 In Commit,  K.    W.    V.    175ft TEDS   B^VXEW,   uBSBTON,   B.   O,  ���������v  I 1.NC  tiniiiJ  KRIlWilHUli&IN  Edmonton.���������Closer co-operation be-  /tween the Provincial and Dominion  ' Governments in regard to future im-  'migration, work was decided upon'at  - a! conference held "between Hon. Rob--  ��������� ert Forke, Federal Irlinister cf Imrai-  / gration and Colonization," and Prem-  ?ier Brownlee'and    members,, of . hia  iiridsiii At Sea  Harrowing Tale Of Fire Aboard Ship  ������������������; ,- "-* ;'���������--��������� Mil Belated ~ ''  .^Vancouver.���������^Witli- seven^ of "-tier  crew pamfuiiy^bnriiea'.'asid1 scalded,  the Blve-Star'Wae steamsiiip, "Trojan  Star," Capt. G. A. *" Griffiths, arrived  here with .a harrowing story of fire  on. board while the vessel was off the  California coast on the night of Octo-  ber 12. -    "'���������      ; .������"**'" a\  - William  P.'^nniso^HufC'   Eng.j  fireman aboard.' ilae ship, was burned  r  ������**>  j *F���������> {ENCOURAGE SETTKSMEK������ j  -3     *"~*3  There will probably ��������� result- from  - the conference in thts/way of definite  forward ''moves, ah -> agreement vto  bring out" next year a number -of  British women    for    domestic -V heln,  .- the      establishment      of /" training  ������ schools in the old country for pros-  - pective, emigrants to Canada, and the  J erection of 20 or more cottages in the  * Lethbridge    irrigation " district     fos  < newly arrived settlers.  All the new policies thus tentative-  . ly decided upon will be of a tripar-  '���������' tite nature, as between the? Alberta,  ��������� Dominion and British governments.  " The cost of the various projects. will  be shared by the'three parties, which  "* will in this way be closely linked to-  - gether Ln the promotion - of selected-  British immigration ^o this province.  According to' Mr. Forke's information,  a  considerable number" of Bri������  , tish women immigrants can be secured as domestic help and it is" proposed to give this phase of the question some definite trial during" the  coming* years. The training schools  also proposed^ as a matter of future  , policy will be established in both  England and Scotland.. They will be  for the" purpose of familiarizing- likely-  . immigrants to Canada % with * actual  living 7ar.d farming' conditions fin this  - country and Will be closely supervised. A great deal can ho done in  this way, in Mr.^Forke's opinion, to  give prospective settlers a measure  of experience-and^so to ensure, their  - ultimate success.  " r "The  Provincial-   Government "--will  now  consider  as   part  of  its   future  program  the building of" 20 cottages  ^on Lethbridge - irrigated    farms    in  _ which farmers -newly* brought cnxt-un-  -Scder the tripartite scheme may be set-  ��������� tied. <~    '    = ,= -. - r    -,-  This wiU be wilh a vielv of getting  a regulated- flow of settlement. Mr.  Forke's ���������visit was part of "h\s*vitinerary  on   a  Western  tour   in  which  he  is*  -, consulting with all the provincial gov-  ' ernments..  m.~m.^m.A.~.~  ���������&.\m,K.\Mm. V*S������*Q  .Km r.VtftX.f.'ml  to death and his body buried at sea.  The  fire  broke  out  at  6.20   p.m.,  October 12, when an oil "jet burst in  M,*.     &f.-,V������lT1.-.*ir-'!        ^���������Vtm-.sr.v.t.^A-     -~3i.���������V-i- 0���������      ~������  rn.mm.sm     wbv..W4iv^M, .kiu^lA,^       %JJl^J.Xb      44^.<GL.      \4,4'  the1 engine room force  in1 a" wall of  flame that sprang up in an instant  Second Engineer Sydney P. .Hous  V*..."*. -������*������������������    '     ���������WSUm.m.mmm   raw. -r~mmm!j.~  1.UJ1 ClUVg -    *������  Im XmrnU-imU,        ��������������� AUlCEl  tQ .the ship/s.f  officers,    v  responsible/for the safety of tlie en  gise room crew.  Seeing that the way to safety on  deck was -barred.' Houston led the  men into the bilges under the boiler.  The flames roared above them and  for three hours ,and thirty minutes  they lay there in oil and water with  "ISie plates growing hotter, ^nd the  water in which they lay steadily approaching the "boiling point. James-  by his cheery conduct and singing of  songs, aided his comrades -while  awaiting rescue. Tenhison' went  temporarily insane from the heat and  rushed back.to the engine room "again,  where he succumbed, f       ���������   -  Only an act.cS- providence stopped  the flames. A big steam pipe in" the  stokehold- burst, -pouring a>������( dense  cloud of steam Jnto tb^* compartment, finally, smothering-1 the fire and  permitting the deck crew to reach  the imprisoned engine room crew,  who "were smeared from head to foot  -With fuel oil, soaked in water, blistered and partly gassed.  Radio Station Opened  Canada'^ Largest' Broadcasting Station* Operating At Wiraaipeg   " ,  Winnipeg. Man".-���������Official opening ef  the new brc&dcastiiig station of the  A5 sm.i^' rv^ws.  -4. \*������\*fcjm?,*riJ.*&  w S3 U'CitJS.i  J. N. K. MACALISTER,  .largest in Canada, took -place at the  Sherbrooke street studio.-  Hon. W. R. Clubb,JM:inister of Telephones, pressed a button "which , immediately set in operation the big 5,-  000-20,000 watt transmitter situated  at the Agricultural. College, eight  miles distant.  Thc power,, of the new station is  more than twenty times that of-the  ok3 plant.  The program included an address  by Premier John Bracken and a  band concert by the Winnipeg Salvation Army Citadel Band, under the  direction of Bandmaster H. G. Mer-  ���������ritk      The official wave length of the j  t r%f\vr  ������ 6IIJBI  JbV* ���������  ������<������������������#  \mi\ u������j  BF8  cniiVRm  \n\**u*\\jr IVUiJ,  NORTH fil-TrAflll  *f VTA**. &������.     VS^AftB&U-l  I/tt  - Winnipeg, Man.���������Valuable gold discoveries made during" the past summer and this fall at Crowe River by  the\Northern Aerial "Mineral Exploration Company probably will  bring; w. stampede of prpspectors rivalling that to Red Lake a few years  ago,    Capt. H. A. Oakes,    operating  ������������������25l lri.������*������|, C������JL ' ���������H'������= iTtriiMTiTirt-'ri'v*- ������uo.LCn.  a. <^      .W *f   w ��������� ^ -  fcrowe River is near the Patricia mining field in Northern Ontario.  At lee������st 200 prospectors are awaiting their chances to make Crowe  River  -before     the    freeze-up,     and  j ^a  scores are intending  to be  there  in  station will be 3S4.4 /metres and 2001 the dead of winter. The more fortun-  -a-ssisiariE  commissioner,  kilo cycles.  They "are all recovering.  Wins mayoralty Contest  W. H. ]������Ialiiin Ss Sleeted. ^Sayor Of  Greater Vancouver  Vancouver.���������With a majority of 1,-  666 votes, W. H, Malkin, pioneer  wholesale' merchant, was elected first  mayor  of   the  amalgamated  city   of I again.  "%**.���������%*������*���������  ment, Canadian Pacific Railway,  who says that the newly organized  Colonization Finance Corporation of  Canada Limited is the most important step ever taken jointly by Canadian private land-owning bodies in  the effort to encourage agricultural  settlement on-'a sound basis. Millions  of acres are involved and the scheme  is being developed in conjunction  with the Canada Conization Association, of -which Mr. Macalister'is a director.  Take Up Residence In London  Mr.  and  Mrs.^ Tunney  Reported  To  Have Leased House In   -  Mayfair  -"       . v- -*���������-  London.���������Mr.     and    Mrs.     James  m  Joseph Tunney,; according "to report,  have taken -the lease for a year of  a house in the Mayfair quarter of  London where after their honeymoon  it is said they intend to form a literary salon. ^  Harry Preston, English sportsman  and friend of-the retired worlds, heavy  . *\   *  weight champion," states that he-still  T-6VO Men Victims Of Accident At  Cleveland  Cleveland, Ohio.���������The bodies of two  workmen who were- buried alive in  a 105 foot hole under a fifty ton fall  of~ fresh cement at the Union Depot  site here, were cut from the hardened mixture after a desperate 12-hour  struggle. * . *  The two men were Patrick Toolis.  f>Q      nvirl    T������p fr-ri/������"U-    Ctiaar-tr      0,T      Vjrit-Th    jyf  *m&1        *-���������*������������������       ���������   m~.m..^m.~.       mm,m.^mm.m j ,        mm i  , .^wwJ���������       mr*.  Cleveland.  Toolis ^and Cleary were working  at the bottom of the hole" in which  concrete was to be poured. A few  feet away was another pit into which  concrete had been poured a short  .time before.  "Under the pressure of the tons of  concrete, the retaining walls of the  second gave way. ' The concrete tore  through four feet of earth and poured dawn upon the two victims.  New Daily For The Pas  Expect, 'Publication? Will Start .-.Early  In JOecember  v ,        "       :'.'.y a  Calgary.-y-.lt is expected that'irie  Northern Star, the proposed new  daily for The Pas, for which a. Cana-  .dian Press franchise has been granted, will commence publication early  in December. A-f building is -now- in  course of construction there to house  the editorial, business anil, printing  departments. Gi M. ��������� Bell/ president of  .^the Calgary Alberlan? Company, Is  president of -the _new company, which  has been formed to tindertalce the enterprise, and..S...L. Cross, Regina, is  .vice-president. Associated ..witlv-thepn  will be P. C. Galbralth, .-at..-.present  news editor of the Winnipeg Tribune,  as business manager,'and iFredl,John-  - sou, mining editor of t^c Winnipeg  Tribune, as.maiiaging edUbr.  ^;  ,f;  Greater Vancouver, comprising" Van  coitver City, Point Grey, and South  Vancouver municipality, in' tips" civic  elections. Mr. "Malkiri defeated "Mayor^  .Louis D. Taylor, six yesLTs chief mag-;  is Irate of Vancouver.  Tlie vote in the thirty-nine polls  was: Malkin, 18,733; -Taylor, 17,067.  Lotiis Rubinowitzyyanother' mayoralty-candidate was never a factor in  the content- He polled but 207 votes.  Mr. Malkin's term of olBBce will be  two year's.  . .'.  -'  C.P.R. Head Celebrates Birthday  Mon^eal.���������E. W. Beatty, president  ot the Canadian Pacific Railway, has  celebrated his    51st    birthday.    Mr..  Beatty was born in Thorold, Ont., on  expects  to   see  Gene  enter  the   ring | October 16,  1S77.    He    entered    the  He  said that he had   told, ser^ice of y^ comI>any of which he  Pass Radio Exams  WoHtern  Candidates  Obtained   CeHl-  li<������ates Of ^rolleH-jncy In  .$���������    . Tclcgnkphy ���������,.������������������   - ���������''  '"},   .Ottawa."-'llie radio branch"of the  ;^Department of Marina  and    Flabor-  ',,3ea announce that 18 cancUdiiteg ivcro  '.^..Wnmincd during t.hoK month' of'^cp-  iemhor.        The-   following    Western  f candidates . were   successful  and  obtained "certificates   of  pro'flcion'cy   in  radio  "telegraphy:   Commercial,   first  "class:���������M,  E D.  Jackobson,   and J.  H. Stow, of Vancouver.      *.     ,   :  The   following  have   been  further  examined iind have had Iheir existing cortiflcato^  endorsed    for ' add!*  tional   cquipmont: ~ C.   Blacklock,  * Vancouver;   A.  R.  Bock,  and W. J.  ''Pickering,  Regina, Sank  ..".''   Coal tar, trom    wlitch    dyca    arc  made, la-the., essence of the plant l\i't>  . tliat -flourlelied mUUona' of yoars ago.  " N.    W.    XJ.'   1750    ���������  RC= Settlement Plan     ������������������;;>-.  Has Been Exaggerated  Etoports BoSng Circulated 'Are. 'SJaias-  ing Government Some Trouble  Victoria-���������Letters are pouring- into  the Govei-mn-ent office^ here from  people who would avail themselves of  the land settlement offer recently announced by. Premier Tolmie. How-  everY many reports concerning how  fai*"'British.-Columbia will go-to aid  the, settler have been exaggerated  and these are causing trouble. :        y  Some reports stated that the government would give. 40 ,acreg of  cleared"*land, a log cabin and $2,000  in * cash, but the Premier denied this  ���������in  a statement  Issued.        .������.  ., ,  Tunney-that theres'remained one record for him to break, refeBrang-to the  occasion three years., ago. when Jack  Dempsey fdlight four English heavyweights in succession at a boxing  tournament.   - y  ... '?'���������',. ,; Air Phones;a^uccessy?--.Cyf'y  London, Eng.-iThe Cross C^ajanel  Air Company announces that ffeuc-  cessfui experiments had been made  whereby passeiigers called their 'city  business houses by wireless telephone  while flying as high! as 12,000 feeiyf  "is now Chairman and president ""in  1901,' 'as" assistant to the general-  counsel. In 1914, he-^became vice-  president, and in 1918, president, succeeding to the post made vacant by  the death of Lord_ Shaughnessy.  ate 'will go by airplane, but the majority will take the next best means  of getting to? their destination ��������� by  canoe* or dog" team.  "We have every .proof that .the  Crowe Lake strike is a good one,"  Capt. Ooaks stated, "and uor ground-  znen, including engineers and other  technical experts will be on the  ,scene, possibly the entire winter."  The company will continue to carry on operations this winter by plane,  although this branch of its service  will not function in any other territory but Ontario.  J.JJ.C ludCIiujcj] uavc   Dcrcii  ufOugXii,   iu  Winnipeg for housing during the win-  ter; and four more Pokkers and' Fair-  childs will be flown here by the end  of tlie week. Captain Oakes and;Al?;">'  Chesman, chief pilot, brought two,of .  them here the beginning of the week.  The plane that sunk at Chesterfield Inlet on the Hudson Bay recently has been, salvaged and will be  shipped here in * about Smother  month. It will have to remain at  Churchill until freeze-up as the  only means of transportation to the  railway is by tractor. The crew will  come also.  All planes which operate this winter would be equipped with skiisA  Captain Oakes said, as there WQuld  not be facilities for machines witlj  wheels.  Returns   To   California  e Riverside, Cal.���������Jessie Clark, sister of Sanford Clark, 15-year-old accuser of her ' uncle, Gordon Stewart  Northcott; alleged killer of boys on  his Riverside cidckeii ranch, has ar-  rived herb ftorn. Canada..  HIGH C03*IMISS1J&]S[1I3R FROM BRITAIN  . Premier Attends Lwncheon;  jSpcsikH To ..Del oirat.cn Of B'nplro Par-  lliMnsiitory Akhoctal I oil  On  Return To .London  London. Eng-.--Prom lev Mackenzie  Kliiij, -of,Canada, attended the luncheon tendered by the British Government to the delegates of the Empire  Fnt'liamontary Assoelatlonrvirho have  just roturncfl from their tour of Canada, and nro fcibout to dlsban-df^somo  of them to return to distant -parts of  ,thu lamplre, ..: f  Premier King said ho was'Wrft the  delegation while In Canada had learned bow Cnn-n,dlnns "hnr! lii<������ frront^nt,  paaslblQ pride In British traditions  and Insstltutioiifl.  Homed CJatlln Bnrred  No 11 or nod ^tiimals may be ah6wn  at the Brandon fat stock .show in  March, 102D, -Such !��������������� a rocent*. ruling wiado by tho executive,;-and no  exception In tHsc matter la to be permitted, . -��������� .  Offered Appointment  Sir     Lomer     Gouin     May     Accept  Lieutenant-Governorsiiip -  Of Quebec    -  Ottawat���������The Citizen publishes the  following: '.'Although he ha^ not offir  cially accepted, it is expected here  that .Sir Lomer Gdiiih will respond  to the offer of the lieutenant-goverti-  prshlp of Quebec.when it becomes \*a-  'lii'ant'; next'1'JaSiiiary oh the expiration  oi the term of Governor Perodeau.  Many months ago the prime minister  -wrote a letter to tho erstwhile minister of justice, expressing the view  that he should round off his career  by accepting the lieutenant-govern-  brship iof the province.  v  I.I.            I -    111-. -T-     ��������� .-W^.TiF,.,....���������....   .��������� ...m^mmm-^mmmmmmm.  Memorial Day For  Celebrated Explorer  Norwegian.. Government- Will   Honor  Memory Of  Itoald Amundsen    ^  Oslo, Norway.���������The anniversary of  the discovery of the South Pole by  Roald Amundsen,, in 1911, will be  celebrated on December 14, by the  Norwegian government as a memorial day for the famous explorer who  'died bran effort to bring relief to tho  lost oxpedition of General Nobile.  .','. Besides tho extensive celebration  ���������th Norway, Norwegians all over the  world will be informed of theii> gov-  ernmon t's decision to enable them  arrange other commemoratlvcs.  This photographic portrait of Sir William Chirk, flrat high commlsalon-  et; from Great Britain to Canada, who arrived recently at Ottawa, wan made  this Hummer In London, by Minna Keone, Fellow of Iho Royal Photographic  Society. Mra. keene,, who'Uvea in Oakvllle, has done photographic portraits  oJ TOcny fllntlRffulchet! pc'cp-lc In Ayacrica, ICur-opc and AfrEcsiycmd harj idto  made photographic wtudhw of national types ln many part a of tho world.  Liquor  Revenue  Helps  Toronto.���������The Evening Telegram  says that only the sale of $8,000,000  worth of liquor haa saved the Ontario government from facing a deficit on the year's operations, and  that a considerable portion of the liquor rcvomio wUl go to balance %hc ex-,  peeled $2,000,000 wlirlnkage In tho  succession duties  taxes. .  TypluiH In the TTUrahw  London (> Eng.���������An Exchange Telegraph despatch from Riga reported  10,000 caseH of typhus In the Ukniine,  with many deatha. Schools ancl moving picture houses wore closed. Pro-  ���������vlnlosy: and. tn-ftdldnR wtjt-*? ���������rt������������f-flofl ^ir-  jfontly, the doHpatcli Hiild. ^EliD&Ei&ON ���������: \wliWs9L  i   Am*S*%+A������.a.  John Garfield is away on a business  visit afc Calgary, Alberta, and Moose-  jaw. Sask., this week.  Miss    Grace    Bumpstead.   B.A..   of  Vancouver,   has   been - secured to re  place Miss Coles as vice principal off  the high school, and  will  commence  work at November 1st, :   -  The following pupils headed their  grades at Oreston high school in the  October examinations: Grade 11���������  Margaret Fraser. Grade 10���������Aileen  Spratt.    Grade 9���������OH ve Greer.  J. D. Spiers, general road foreman  in the Cres ton-Bos well area the -past  two seasons has been dismissed by the  provincial government. His jjuecessor  has not as yet been announced.  The Premier Garage received a shipment of three ^tof the new Fords last  week-^-twe* closed models and a. truck.  One of the former has been sold  to  commissioners for registering voters  for Creston constituency. Jas. Cher  ringtoD, 3. W. Hamilton, F. H-  Jackson, Vic, Mawson ahd Col. Fred  liister ave named for Oreston, and Joe  Stephens for West Oreston.  *       s    ���������    '  AjUV*. ������?    *���������*������ CiiO  Frank  Putnam,   and H.  has purchased the truck.  jucUreaih  SOIUKOViw*   fs������ ..f442m Zrjf  was completed at She end of ib.z  When T. Harris disposed of his residence and four lots on Fifth street to  Ben Oripps. The ho use was erected  about four years ago by Mr.McMillan.  Mr. and Mrs. Percy Truscott left on  Wednesday j* for San Jose, Calif.,  where they will spend the winter.  Mrs. Truscott has not been enjoying  the test of health lately and it is  hoped the trip will greatly improve  her health.  The B.C. Gascette of October 18th  contains  a   list  of   newly appointed  if Badminton -enthusiasts at Saturday after  noon's meeting at which it was  decided to carry.oo another season on  past schedules of play at the Parish  Hall on Tuesday nights, Thursday  afternoon and night, and Saturday  afternoon. . The el nb had 21 members  last season, and thf* same yearly fee of  $5 will prevail. Officers will be elected  at a later date.  Creston Athletic Club is now meeting twice a week in Trinity United  Church basement. Gymnasium classes are held for girls on Tuesday evenings, and for boys on Monday nights.  Ail are "welcomed. The club intends  to obtain additional equipment as  soon as possible nnd is working with  *������je j������������jj������po^ intention of sow? dav  building a fully equipped gymnasium  in the town. The instructors are "W.  J. ii-uscottj Knu Sriisi ut^snlstrup.  Creston Lodge Knights of Pythias  gaye the first of a series of lodge at  homes at the Parish Hail on Friday  night with a turnout of about 70  members and lady friends. Cards  were the order of the evening, and at  bridge Mrs. Putnam and Roy Telford  were the winners. At oldstyle whist  high scores were made by Mrs. Constable and B. Morabito. During the  evening- there were nmsle������l selections  by Mrs. Constable and Vic. Hiid, and  lunch was served to round out a most  enjoyable evening.  P.y i un wim i n - u#tn. j  .������!;   AS3TS&  -s: ��������� r. m :  K !  Owing to the great demand for winter storage we  >?;.\      are offering special prices and terms on  T T  1      1  s.1- _  neijeare a iew reai  oaagams;   prices given are tnose now in  force for the same models in Calgary and Vancouver.  We will Sell at Lower Prices  and  Arrange  Terms   to   Suit  &  It ts time to'be thinking over the Heating problem for the  coming Winter. Come in and let ns'.explain, and have our Prices  on Heaters���������Hot "Water, Steatu and Warm Air Heating Systems.    -  If you have an old .Heating Stove -worth fixing up. bring it in -  for reliniag.    Tbe cost is only a  fraction  of the price of a new  -Heater.  v.      ��������� ���������>*  Whe������i buying Pumps (single or do������sble acting). Force Pumps,  Cistern Pumps" Self Oiling Power Pumps, Spray Pumps and com  plete  Spray  Oejtfits������ come and  see   us.      We ate  dealei-s  in   the  welifcnown" F. E. Myers &  Bros. Pumps,   Hay   Unloading   Tools,  Barn, Waa-ehouse and Garage Doors, Hangers, etc.  Before the cold weather CQipe*5.y let ������s install Hot Water iOv  you. Our prices are reasonable. Workmanship the best. Call nnd  see us about prices-on Bathroom Outfits, complete, Xitehen^Sinks,  Wash Basins, Khngje Boilers, etc.  In Blacks mi thing we are able to take care oi" yonr every need,  Carriage Repairs. Hprseehnm*s, Plow Kepairs, Oxy Acetylene  Welding, etc.    And everything in Loggers supplies.  1927 Chevrolet  Cowpe  ������������ g%e%f    ^������1_ ��������� _*_    T* j, 2   &37.&0  ueevroiei   & owing -  1926 Ford Tiadpr ��������� ��������� -  1926 Chevrolet Sedan ���������  ���������. ��������� ��������� S650.0������  jtSZ*g\i    JT\m4\  400.00  650.00  BRANCHES at KIMBERLEY and CRESTON  KTZafUBBBBPSB  Sm STEIENSTRIJ P  B!ar.bsm������h       Plumbing     Tinsmith       Ox? Acetylene Welding  When irt need of  *A      ;    .  See our Blankets  a  Grey Blankets 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 $3.50 per pair  Chintz covered Comforters $3.25  Men's Women's and   Children's  Sweaters���������Full Stock  Watson's Underwear. Penman's  Hosiery  We Offer a Prize of $2.00 Gash fbr the  Best Addition to   the Rules below on  "How to Witi at Bridge.5  "9$  1. Pick up your cards as they are dealt.  You will be ready to bid ahead of the others.  2. If your band is rotten, mention it.. It  -will guide_your partner in his bid and play.  3. If your partner bids first don't hesitate  to raise.   He hiia to play it.  4. Never hurry. Try several cards on a  trick until yoti are sure which one you prefer.  5. Occasionally ask what is trump. It  will show you are interested in the game.  0. Don't show lack of interest when you  are dummy. Help your partner out with  suggestions.  *?. Walk uround tho table whert you are  dummy and look at the other haiids. Tell  them what curds are good, and how many  Micks they can tnko If they play right.  8. Talk about other subjects darling the  game. . It makes for Rood fellowship.   .  0. Feel free to criticize your partner. He  will do much better as u leauU.  10. Always trump your partner's tricks.  Never take a chance. .     s  11. Don't try tp remember the rules. It's  too confusing.  12. If it is a money game, always, stop  when you are ahead. It will leave a lasting  impression, and folks will remember you.  13. Aluffrys explain your plays, particularly  when set..   It shows your card knowledge.  14. Disagree with established rules and  conventions. People will know you are a  person of independent mlud.  15. If holding poor cards,' expose an  honor'and demand u new deal.  10. Eat chocolate caramels or other adhesive candy while playing. It keeps the  cards from skidding.  17. Bid high. Your partner may have a  good hand.  18. Third hand playa low;.  -iyP'-'s.   >��������� ��������� P  10. tf anybody bids, bid against your  partner, YoU must keep up interest in the  Wi me at any coat.       .������. ,<  nnCCV-mM ilCDCAMTIt c  -^���������i ^^,^^^f  i^i^ir^      --^p^n^ ^m      -^"n     "pp^   a^-^w r^^       ���������jTmim MTfM  w^^^A     MMMr   MM ***( *M    VN*IMMr       s**}       ***,   pM pUHMI  iw  iVlBHHii-'WJri all  m mft*mwm  ajfffJ.      Sm  mf* mf% tkn m% n ivi \r     i mvm v%  ^L������?Sj������*r   B W S   mlm^m fi   T������     ~    M ������������������    i      WPP.  The winner will be announced through the  ���������   ��������� press���������in- tha. Nov. 9th ia$ue of this paper.  We  Cater  to  Bridge  Parties with a High Class  r*. n af������    n   * ' ���������    fib   * AT      ' .a isj       ,_ ^.Mf***  i\tf\  Stock of Prizes  at Prices  from 15c* to  $465.00  Playing Cardta. Smokes, Candies, Paper Plates, Paper Serviettes,  Bridge iind Whist Tallies, Score Pads, Pencils���������everything to make  your  party a success.    Latest Sheet Music and Victor  Records.  m n p*m pn   y^Stk   m  m B Pq^8|      p P WW D PS**3  M||^'   .^AL\   IMf    **rWdL    \mAm\ j^^i      u^Ai        mAA      t wtfL   .^iw   ^^i.  ^^^^ ^^A^^a^a    L^     b^������    ^^^ ^^^at    .^^^^J  ^^SS^^   fjpw    ^rVB -*twm]mT*lm  ^^Rlff^^       w*.       **xw*Sr    ������j���������p     *sa ***^^^^     *^a    .aa   ^SAstr       ^sw^w*  Ti-ra rexall store"  wrccifl'-'^^  ^*P*ffl*^ gB^^t fjl ^W        iS^^j^ ''.'7****'** ������E^^������m\ fjjfjT^ii iifJ-^"  ^^S    ^Q RQ    eq  wht ^^u. ^^. ^^^S     ^^l     t^s    ^9 j^R^^^k    ^H  ���������vtogr -yggir m *m      mmsr1   **   ***** ���������* ******  oi2o. m. icisi^i^ir  mmmmmmmmm


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