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 Provincial Library  . ?i  /  - apl 29-  ..'  ^m.^m.4���������<~U.  -yr.  . **,^Bigs-������ -Nac v*V "u^-^iB  I HK  - - - m? m^j  #������������������'up i-rwnrvr n%3  ^ >. .i  Vol XX-*"  CRESTON, B. C, f RX&AY, NOVEMBER SO,  1928  No. 43  ii.  tserfc y erbuey and Harold Langston  left thsWweefcfb^.Boawell where they  the oew'Kuikahbbk^ray Oree^ liigb*-  way,   y. - '.-",, .y.7 P~- y -: >������.-.  There  croft  to*3   pOto  -.���������.mm-m.      m*. .���������������  will ^be?"the usual  Saturday  M<*.. ������������iaao>Bf  BUr.'Une XXUS  ���������school on ������athrdayy December  Harry Smith, wiho una been- employed in the ������������!Bos3ton; Alberta, district  for "the past two years., Js a' visitor at  lister this month, a guest of Walter  ������iawBra8.\  ~^.m������4...^4t^    .K.  XJm..*>    UV&V  auu*  A. G. 3amuelson and  feavs just takes*  making wltfc the J. B. Wiiifaw firm,  operating oo the 11 rait just below  Creston. ^  * Mra. Kolthammep entertained on  Saturday evening at a farewell reception for J&ra.R������dd, who Is leaving to  snake ber hom& with Mv. Bsdd &t>  Breton, Alberta.'  Mrs, W- Ridd and son. WIU, left on  Tuesday for Alberta. The latter goes  to Carmangay, where he will attend  Fp Ttzv&c&y Dominion fox inspector,  was a business yisiljor at the Putnam  TSmTmOX. Ssst week*'. ff.  - Lloyd .Gartwrighjb and Boy .Dickson,  who have been nt Cranbrook for a few  oayq,. returned the latter part of the  week.  Alear. .Derby of,, Cranbrook and Mr.  Btadley, F, Bums representative,  were business visitors at iSrickson this  tauqua and Lyceum circuits. -While  there is great variety "in -t.his offering,  quality will be the keynote. Chautauqua patrons are thus assured of a  t������Aat -*a-*rv #*,���������������*���������*-*  4K.M-CM3fj.kj     AAXTZ*.**,*  day morning for Anglican Church  service at 12 o'clock. Sunday school  will be at 10.  Mr. Willcox of Salmon Arm, the  provincial poultry K������O.P. superintendent, was here at tbe end of the wees,  and during his stay officially entered  another lot of .birds at tbe Powers  ranch in the H.Q.P. class. * Mr.  Powers now has some. 50 birds in the  record of pronuctipn work.  The first snowfall of the season on  Monday necessitated withdrawing  trucks from the gravel haul on the  road work, and they are xeplaced hy  four teams.  Col. Lister was a Boswell visitor on  Friday last, where he officiated sat the  .opening of the fruit fair at that point.  Between old hens and dressed fowl  Lister is doing- considerable poultry  shipping at present, most of it going  to either Trail or Kimberley.  j There were eight tables of players  at the Community Society:bridge and  whist on Saturday night at which the  prize scores were pstade by MssB Malt-  house  and A. W. Sinclair at bridge;  school "until   midsummer**.-and   Mrs. jws  Ridd goes to Breton, where Mr. Ridd J    Waller and Robert Dodds left a few  is employed at present. " Bill,   partieu- days ago far Cultus Creek, where they  larly,   wi!!   be  missed because he  is  pmbabcy Canyon's best junior pianist,  and took a part in al5-|the entertainments given h'ere.     Best .wishes 'of a  host of friends are extended, as in five  years residence here the Ridda have  been  useful citizens and good neighbors.  will operate a trap line this winter.  Erickson had its' first snow on Monday, 26th. The fall was about an  inch, which disappeared next day.  ������2. Penson and Gerald ' Craigie are  just back from"a successful deer hunt.  In the kill was a bincki tail, W. S.  Bush and son also passed- through  Brickson for Creston with  a venison..  One of the popular Chautauqua  Lyceum lecturers of the day is Charles  H.   Platteaburg,.. well-known.,  editor  n^J     m.-^..\.mm.���������i.mmm     mm ���������       mm -JJ-j-,,--������^9 S^ *������. .tmm. Z M _-=,  ^.ASSe    mTmtAStmH^lm SiVjf      ZJS.m   ^4^4. . j ...^4....^JT     *.* V4 .... ...f^,  who~ will be heard in his remarkably  constructive lecture. *'The Old Town  In aJNew Wovid," " Thls-gx-eat lecture  should be heard by eveiyone in the  community. He is known practically  all over the continent for his stirring  addresses, which are real contributions  to individual and community progress.  Mrs. S3..  M*.  Wigen and young, son left  on Monday"bn a visit with- friends la  .Nelson. - ������  Mrs. Nedig of lethbridge. Albert",  who has been visiting with-her grand-  jlunnlttw       HSw^,    "TJ>       T*������..'*K*>w-������       left-.      I.ofr  "���������������..���������^.aV^4.   m A*AW4. m^-V. 4mm-&Z&*^mm   ,   Hi.. ..^.A.. ������.**? V  week for-her home.  Eric Wood of Kimberley is spending  a holiday- -atvWynndel, a guest of his  na rents. Mr. and Mrs, aas^ ***  usual fine hmeb and fine time.  4/Smstm-mmAmam  Mr. Lusher of GHenlilly was a weekend' visitor here,  a guest of Mr. and  Mrs. Knott.  ���������     \        * -*  / Jus. Bateman is able to be around  again after being laid up with a rather  Aevere attack of stomach flu.  John Nygaurd was one of the few  lucky hunters at the weekend to bag a  deer.-"' P\ ���������>' '  w' ���������      ��������� ������������������'-."-���������      ���������*  Grpver Kifer of Yahk is here for a  month at bis ranch at Canyon.  Principal KoltliHmmer and Miss  lalster are employing i heir ..spare, time  training the children for the Christ-  tons concert, which will be h<ld the  third week in December.  It is authoritatively reported here  that Miss, Signe Neltton and Oscar  Hougland, -both .of Canyon, were  married at Calgary, Alberta, about  the middle of Noyembul-.  United States  Fig IS  nends  k Miss Cjouise Webster^.Vbo has been  on.an extended visit at her home here,  left last week on a trip to California  -before returning to Vancouver.  Mrs. Foster, who has been on a visit  with her parents, Mr. and MrS. K.  Stewart; left last week for Cranbrook,  where she has secured a position.  Bill Kelly-returned at the end of the  week to Elko, and is accompanied .by  Everard Constable and Bob Marsha!!*  who .are on a hunting trip in that  section*  . Principal Lukas is busy, with the  erection of a garage on, a site near the  Alice Siding school teacherage.  Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly have just-  returned from a two weeks' visit with  Kimberley friends*  Mrs* faaoore has returnSS; to Clan-  brook after a'couple of weeks' visit  With Mrs. Marshall.  John R. Milter ������s Jtsoiher of nvtf  residents who is enlarging bis p- mltry.  house and is going in for egg produc  tion on a commercial scale,  Harry   Compton   bf   Kingsgate  B. .'McMaster and son, -.Mac, were  Tahk visitors during the week.  4. *.' ^  Frank Staples -wks at Cranbrook a  couple of days at the end of the week  on a business visit.;-  Five Features fo  Foiir Programs  is  spending a few days at his home here.  &ermV&r  Send a Gift to Friends or  or Relatives across the  line from onr Catalogue  of Gifts from a High  Class Ofho'p in the United  States. There will be no  duty, and the prices tare  very reasonable. Send  your own personal greet"  ing and address label.  . yTKere'WAs a^tsafin the schoolhouse  on   Saturday.      The  hostesses   Wero  Mrs. Cameron and Mrs. Bleumenauer  Proceeds go  to  the Community Hall  fund.' y  Kev. W. A. Qreer of Creaton was  here for Presbyterian Church service  on Wednesday.  Mrs. H. I". Whiteside was a vUsitor  heB*������ from Crowsnest a few days last  week, w guest ofj her sisters, ^Mrs.  Martin and Mrs. Heap.       ,  Mr. and Mrs. Quaife and children of  Cranbrook arrived on ,Wi>dnob<d*!y and  have rented the house of S. Pascuzzti;  . ,        ��������� ���������<*���������.  Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Heap and Miss  Williams were ab Creston on Saturday for the bazaar put on by the  Angllcin; ladies.  Mr. and Mrs. Quaife pf Taber* Alta.,  arrived on Thursday"'on "a vitalt with  the former's brothor.  O. Sullivan, C.P.R. investigator Is a  visitor in Sirdar.  , Press reports from points sn sontfc-  ern .Alberta where the four night  Chautauqua has alfeeady^appeared indicate that the I8283 prcgr^sns of this  well bqown organ issation will, furnish  Creston with two pittys. a btg.night of  music, and a lecture with musical pre-  li-k(f(B.|.t%ut;. una oiiva *r������ nlanan.  Ticket selling will commence  at popular prices otS2 tp^adults and^l  ���������^'���������^ildren-f0ri'p^^������^'t^'?ad^^nj5:  si! four nighta^" Fori tfeo^e; who- want  reserved seafetfaese c������n^be_ had at the  drugstore ������������it 76'cents for -4;he'*four-  eveaingd. ? Only a limited number of  these will Le sold.  ' One of the plays to be presented  "Let's Oo Somewhere." This is -a  three-act comedy by Robert Mori ill  Sand. It is a story of a modern home,  a beautiful love story with a happy  ending and a moral for those uho care  to look for.it." ..|t..deali-iy.'W{gtb.^the--.prc>-''  blems of the modern life: Of which we  arefall familiar. JMany ybung people  who see thi8;"piay wiii* as it were,, be  looking in to a mirror and beholditig a  true reflection of themselves.  The Carlyle Novelty, Trio will be  given on the evening of the second  day and will consist of niandnlin,  guitar, violin, soprano solos and ensemble. Pianologuea and clever  whistling numbers will be featured.  This mixed trio has met with conspicuous cuccess nn the largest Chau-  spontaneous wit and, humor which  mqke him an outstanding platform  favoi-ite. ,   "  The Martin' Brwin Players will  again distinguish themselves in the  production of "Peg o* My Heart-" as  they did in ��������� Siuilin* Thru." This  play, the most appealing of Irish  comedies, deals with vital themes*���������  youth and love���������and is one of tbe  greatest romantic dramas ever produced. It has-innumerable thrills.  Laughter and tears follow each other  Tn quick succession, and the. play ends  with a scene of touching beauty.  Tbe Massey Five, versatile musicians  bring to Chautauqua a program of  classical and old-time fiddling, together! with modern melodies that will  please any lover of music.  " * Dot Ma>sey has  been  playing   the  violin  since he  was eight years old.  He is alfo a good' cornet player, and  plays   the   piano -and .sings.'     Allen  JViassey   isr  a   banjo   player."      Mrs.  - Velni-* JSaseey Mabie is a- pianist and  has  a very beautiful contralto voice.  I Milton Mabie plays the saxophone and  r,      j mellophone.     He   a|so s possesses   an I ���������  excellent tenor voice.      Mr,   Massey*  the*, fothet^cgf : tWs vniost ^in^terestiog  grotsp  of. family ^jnusiciniiiV.isPan o!������J=  time fiddler;and   promises  that  the  old-time music part of their program  wiU "oleHss- ssny oKS-time, shjekIc !o*v--?ri  *He declares- that **o!d fashioned fiddling" is his "specialty."  A. McL. Fletcher, fruit inspector,  with R. Q. L. Clarke of Vancouver,  chief Cominion fruit inspector, and  Mr= Mclsst-osh of Otta^va, Cusadiss  fruit commissioner, were here on  Thursday-last inspecting the pre cooling'plant. "  Mr, and Mrs. R. Dalbom were visit  ors   to   Bellvue,   Alberta,   for a few  days, returning on Monday.  Teachers and school children aro  busy preparing for their Christmas  concert.  ������������������Slumberiand," a musical fairy  play, will - be presented in tbe old  schoolhouse on Saturday jiight. December 1st, at 8 o'clock sharp. Admission 50 cents. Children 25 cents.  Proceeds to W.A. and United Ohnrch.  The W.A. sale on Tuesday was s>  huge 'success, the amount realized  being well in excesB of $100." Tbe.  winner of doll and -bassinet was Bert  Sang of Cranbrook. Winner of  cushion was Mrs. "Parkin- of Creston,  and Mrs. Stevens of Crrston had the  lucky ticket on a brocaded scarf. Foil-  particulars will be-given Inter,  Local and Personal  A meeting .of .Chautauqua guarantors will be held at the "Bank of Commerce on Monday a ven ing at 8 o'clock.  Knights of Pythias Officers  Km,....,. ......    m:  GEO. H. KELLY  Wild Koso Lodge, Knights of  Py thlfce, met November 22nd, for the  election of officers tor the ensuing  term.     Tho^ following   wero  elected.,  C.C.���������������3. Mallandaine.  V.O���������-������. M. Telfowl.  Prelate��������� Wm. Trueeott.  M. of W.���������V. Mawson.  rLU. &. &t���������O. i'1 At'iUDtrong,  M. of P���������O. B. Honderson.  .  M. of K.r-A.' E, French. ' *-  : M. of -A,*���������8, Htiwnwtrup.  ���������   r, G.���������Joo Komti no.  O, G.���������R. Pennon,  JDtiitiig ihe "evening ranks worn conferred on two new candidate**., and  aftor tlie lodgework the members  gathered at. the lonmhwnn t-,������hta������ t������ "w\������h  bon voyrigo to Bro.O, W, Allan, who  ia lea vis;** $s> a vlaii, to the Old Coui*  try.  SALE of WORK  and TEA  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid  announce   their   Annual  Bazaar and Tea in  Trlni^SiwrGii Sasoniosit  SAL DEC. 1st  Lobx���������Big bay . horse with white  foi-ehuiad. Reward to party giving  information leading to recovery. BJ.  V, Arrow smith, Creaton.  The Ellen Dow Club of St. Stephen's  Church are having a 15c. tea and sale  of work at the home of Mrs, McCreath  on Saturday afternoon, December loth.  Bern ember tbe shooting match at  Dan O'Neil'ais; to sturt at IGn.m., on  Wednesday, December oth* 12 geese  will be shot for, followed by a. shoot  for 4c turkeys.  3 to 5.30 p. fit.  Fancy  Needlework  Novelty+Tablm  Home Cooking'  fUantt^y  ' * ���������"    Popular Prices.  AFTERNOON TJSA Served  The Presbyterian, Ladies* Aid re-  mhid of their annual .sale of fancy  needlework, candy, home cooking,  with novelty table and serving of  afternoon tea on Saturday afternoon,  December 1st, in the basement of  Trinity Chinch.  Nine tables of players were on hand  for the bridge whist given by the  management committee of Christ  Church at the Piirioh Hall on Friday  night The high scores were made by  Mrs. S. A. Spcera and Mr. Howell, and  the second pflzea wont to Mra. Dolf  Weir and W. G. Littlejohn.  Cnrlat Church Ladies Guild had exceptionally goncrona patronage at  their 1028 bnssiuir ut the Parish Hall  on Saturday afternoon, at which the  cash Intake was close to $245 . Of this  amount $40 was taken at tbo plain  mewling and homo cooking booth conducted by tht Erickson branch of the  Guild.    ' '     ,    ���������  Lords. (������*"Wlf!") Rtmp&t si local Isnllr.ji  who bad just been released from jnll  about two weeks ago, wait gathered in  on, Friday by provincial police H. McLaren on n charge of breaking Into a  C.P.H. box car at * Kootenay Landing  on Thuiocltuy laet, and atealhig live  caoos of liquor. Duo the t*ffoctlve  work of- Mr. McLaren nil the liquor  'vviwa a������--wt.>������v������-������i3 rAvtutii u, <ioiiMin bottles  of Scotch nnd thtwo bottlea of wine.  whlwh had tooen conaiame-d by Louis  aud traiother Indian friend.     Tho pair  are now, in custody at Creston   and  will come up for trial at tbe end of the  Dr. Henderson, coronter, and provincial-pmi<������TH^-MeI^^K: ^^ss-.'-ssllfjd ,-mO-m-  Kid Creek in gh& Kitchener district on  Monday nfght in' connection with the  death of a lumber woiker, Edward  Bickford, who died suddenly from  heart failure while chatting with a  number of the employees of Cranbrook Sash & Door Company in the  bunkbouee that evening. Although  deceased was quite well known in  E.ist Kootenay lumber camps no trace  could be had of relatives and thc body  was burled at Creston cemetery on  Wednesday, Bev. A. Gariick conducting the burial-service^  Creston is now enjoying the very  best of long distance telephone communication both east and west. Tbe  improved service to Nelson was inaugurated Thursday last when the new  copper " line... between Creaton and  Kuskanook and other Improvements  along; the lake to Procter were eons-  pleted. Convei-sution with weison can  now be carried on ao distinctly as  though tho party bilked to wea-e but a  block away. All the telephone lines  In the Koitenays are now controlled  by the B.C, Telephone Company mid  Manager Nicholson is determined tb  gtaintaln the service up to the present  high standard.   ���������       ��������� ..������.���������. -     -.!���������       M,.   ..J"!       .  SlumbBrland"  Musical Fairy Play  OLD  SCHOOLHOUSE  WYNNDEL  on  " ". I  *\$x ^jy    y n; n tjm,r M m U  ^^^P^^B    R   JMJm HwHii'wiHl9 Eh <  EIGHT p.m. Sharp.  Admissioii * .��������� 50c.  Proeeeda for W.A. anci  United  Church. TITE    TOEVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    CJ  v  Branch Line Construction  LIFOrS  OF TAR & COD LIVER EXTRACT  Sold in generous size bottles by dealers everywhere  The J. L. Mathieu Co.. Props., Sherbrooke, Que.  WARM' HIPPENIMfiS  DlXiSiVLI  Tffei n  Plans are "being" made for construction next spring: of an airport at  Chicoutimi, Que., for land and seaplanes.  Tbe financial collapse of Russia is  imminent, according to a ministerial  statement in the British House of  Commons.  A tri-city air service between Seattle,   Victoria * and   Vancouver   and   a  service   between  Seattle  and   Alaska  will be started next    April    by  Union Air Ones.  By-  More Than  330 Miles Of New Lines  and 71 New- Stations Built By  C.F.fft. In Past Season  . The building of more tran 330 milea  flit. nAUr'''bPa.nAh?Hn<i������    mtl-K   Tl    -rtnnr  ������fo.  ~.    ..-m- ,,--   mr. mm. .msm~--. mmmmmmmmf       .. .������ waa       .   ^.     a..^.*.       fc������ l.c*a  tions fand shipping points sums up in  brief tthe construction programme of  the    Canadian    Pacific    Railway    in  Western Canada    during-    the    past  slimmer, according to 33. C. Coleman, J  Vice-President,  Western Lines.       By  this means hundreds of farmers had  been brought much closer to transportation facilities, -and thousands, of  acres  of  rich  agricultural- land had  been ;ma<ie   much   more    attractive  from the settlers viewpoint. The construction programme has    gone   forward rapidly, and as a consequence  a considerable amount of this year's  crop is beiSig" marketed over the new  trackage, Mr. Coleman pointed out. A  feature of the  branch linfe construe -  tion was found in the raniditv with  which settlement followed the laying  j of the -steel. Country elevators to th������  number of approximately 300 were already built or in the course of construction, while in many cas  J  THE EASY WAY  Thousands need cod-liver  oil to increase vitality and  build up resistance.  ta     a  | 3$m%X$   UIBI9ISI00 j  "   is the eaSy and pleabant way ta   ~  exact the lyxost out of cod-liver  oil to reinforce your body with  strength to build resistance.  Scott & Bownc, Toronto. Ont. 25-5$  Consolidated Wheat Pools  JTB. &    lyvily  DECEMBER 2  PAUL. BEFOR-J? HIS JUDGES  Golden Text: "I was,not disobedient  unto the "heavenly vision."���������Acts 26.  19. v    , . P  LesSdn-Acts 24.1-26.3*.  ���������   Devotional Reading: Psalm 25.1-6.  Ar������*/&������������  ���������UatV  Have   Marketed   Huge   Amount    Qfr  Grain During- S'lrat Five Year  Record  During^ tbe first five-year period the  consolidated* pools of the three western provinces have marketed at>������roxi-  mateiy 750,000,000 bushels of grain**  coarse grains included, with a total  turnover in monev exceeding $1,100,-  BxplanutJoris and Comments  Paul .Before Felix and Drusilla, 24.  2d-26.~Sqme days later, Felix sent  for Paul that he and Drusilla might  hear him in regard to his faith ln  Jesus Christ. Drusilla was a Jewress,  tbs daughter, of Herod Agrlppa I.  (whoso death is narrated in Acts. 12.  20-23). _        ���������   _ .. '  jt-aui talked shout matters pertinent to the conduct of Felix; righteousness���������"Felix supposed be might perpetrate with impunity any Kind of  villainy," said Tactitus���������self-control  ������������������jTessx. had induced J3i*usiii& to leave  her husband and live with,him; and  the judgment to come���������Felix had  murdered Jonathan, the- high priest,  i 4.m. 4\^4.   -r-,    i���������.^. ,1   .   ..        ..      4.. and' Ujac* couuuiited luOuy other siui,  000,000.  During  that time  the  three   Paul talked sp effectivfe& t^ Felix  a******* ��������� *-���������        ^-4 *% w������jrt.        v* j^mnw 4^ w % * "1 ^^ +-*-v*l        Ym\-\ v**-**������ *1 r"������*V-������ rtl O  pvvjto uavc  ������.v.v.u<xu,<jj*a.wCC. iiiiougii  eie  ���������:���������������������������������������������- ;.���������:���������..���������.; :.j&s'  the newly erected, station buildings.  vator deductions and commercial reserves, which belong to the grower,  over $20,000,000.  WtndoSite  Improved   Glass   Substitute   Is  Available In Canada  NoiV  4'WINDOL1TE"���������the    English   unbreakable improved glass substitute,  which is now so popular in the Bri-  the i tish Isles, is being marketed in Can-  ! ada by John. A. Chantler & Co., Lim-  | ited,  49 Wellington * St. West, Toron-  the end of  this year it is  ex-j to, Ontario,  pected that the British Columbia gov- j      Severest tests carried out in Eng-  ernment will have prepared for Lord; Iand^, sbowed that "Windolite" is re-  ".., ,,      * DMM,ja-"T���������)  ��������� naarkable, not only for it's unbreak-  Lpvat a settler scheme. Premier  rol-     -- ��������� *'-  niie  says.  The Graf Zeppelin will make no  second trip to America this year.  Tiie   Zeppelin   works   in   announcing  WHEN YOUR BABY  CATCHES  ju^ii: uwiias s^c Baptist's  talk with Heroa, Mark 6.14-20.  "Fear is not faith, but it may lead  to faith, or it may lead to hardening."���������Alexander Maclareu.  J.      Ttl '.. Im XZt^ti 4-��������� m.m.m1m   illUll/UgU     i'CUA      U CU1UJCU,  VmZ~        ^.mmtm.   *  answer to Paul was, "Go thy way for  able qualities and ultraviolet ray  penetration, but it was found that  "Windolite". will stand up under  us^ge that would wreck many other  glass substitutes.  The fact ISiat "Windolite" is trans-  this,   said that the necessary supply ' lucent and allows '100 per cent, sun-  of gas was not available.  Major Yochio Inouye, counsellor at  the Japanese embassy at Buenos  Aires, who was drowned in. the sinking of the Vestris, has  humously promoted to lieutenant  colonel.  The Canadian Memorial Chapel, a >  i-m  light with the life-giving ultra-violet  ray to "enter, opens a wide scope ot  practical uses, the importance of  which will at once suggest thefselves.  Windolite consists of transparent  solution, reinforced with fine specially galvanized wire mesh, which results in a substance that is completely waterproof, airtight, and dust-  proof.    It is flexible and unbreakable^  .     ��������� * -������, \.^,.t. ���������** and may be readily cut with the or-  sanctuary m memory and in honor of   dinary pair of scissors, to    any    re-  the seventy thousand Canadians killed in the war, and-erected in Vancouver through the efforts of laeut.-  Colonel the Rev. G. O. Fallis, E.D.,  C.B.E., has "been opened there.  It Will Relieve a Cold.���������Colds are  the commonest ailments of mankind  and if neglected may lead to-serious  conditions. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  will relieve the bronchial passage ot  inflammation speedily and thoroughly  and will strengthen them against  subsequent attack. And as it eases  the inflammation it will usually stop  the cough because it allays the irritation in the throat. Try it and prove  it.  Early Use Of Wood-Pulp  f'' Paper was first made in Canada  about 100 years ago, but prior to  I860 no wood-pulp was used in its  manufacture, rags being the chief  raw-material.  quired size." It therefore, forms &t  practical substitute for" glass, and  where transmission of ultra-Violeu  radiation is requiried to promote  health and growth, it is ideal. These  beneficial rays are vital to young  chicks, laying hens, dairy herds, and  live stock, and also is economilcal for  sunrooms, nurseries, verandahs, hospitals, schools, and for hot beds and  plant coverings. It is light hut  strong. *s  Quoting from s&me British authorities, they have the following to say  of "Windolite"���������A .welMoiown pom-  try breeder, member of S.P.B.A.,  K.U.P.S., and National Farmers'  Union, whose farm is a Certified  Breeding Station, under the Ministry  of Agriculture and Fisheries, says ot  Windolite: "I have proved to my satisfaction the benefits obtained from  the use of Windolite in my brooder  house. 1 replaced the ordinary glass  on one side only with your substitute,  and although it has been in use only  a matter of a week or ten days, the  results are very marked. The chicks  on tl-jis side are doing very much het-  ~P       .      _        V.K.,.������������������;iTter than those  of  the  other.  I have  Minard's      Liniment      for      Chapped   kcpt both sideg indoors iov thc  puiv  Hands. pose of noting the results."  "British Medical Journal," April,  1925:���������"Windolite has been used by  poultry keepers and market gardeners as a substitute for glass, but it  is now suggested that as it allows  ultra-violet rays to pass much more  freely than ordinary glass, it may be  or use in medicine. It has been examined for us and it is found that as  claimed, it lets the ultra-violet rays  through freely."  Bishop's Castle,  Shropshire:  ---  "I  shall be pleased #lf you will send me  an quickly as possible���������I have had a  frame in use. i'or nearly three years,  and It has proved very satisfactory."  (Signed)  C.W.D.  This effective glass substitute will  no doubt  become very popular with  stock breeders, dairy men and poultry breeders, It should also bo a boon  camps    and    prospectors  In spite of all precautions  ones will take colds���������especially dm*  ing the changeable days of our Fall  season. When the first symptoms  appear���������sneezing, redness of the  eyes, running nose���������Baby's Own  Tablets should be given at once.  They will rapidly break up the cold  and prevent more serious complications.  Mothers who keep a box of Baby's  Own Tablets in the home always feel  safe. In fact they are like having a  doctor in the, house. They are a gentle but thorough laxative that sweeten ,tsthe stomach * and regulate the  bowels, thus drivihg out cpnstipa-  tiOn and indigestion and relieving  the baby of the many childhood ail-  iherits which are the direct result of  a clogged condition of the bowels or  sour stomach. They, are absolutely  safe���������-being; guaranteed to contain  no drug "at" all harmful -to even the  youngest bahe. They cannot possibly  do harm���������they always do good.    ������  Baby's Own Tablets are sold by  all medicine dealers or will be sent  by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont. S'.,4  Volcanic Dust  Volcanic dust found , in Saskatchewan and British Columbia is used  for purposes similar to ground  pumice, particularly in the manufacture of cleansers and scouring powders, and in -some instances as a  substitute for fuller's.earth in the refining of hard oils and fats.  TNpgp.jfour _  Children Ciy  ���������,.,.. ,    .       ,. .        - Baby has little upsets at times. All  this time; and when I have a conven- youi. care cannot prevent them. But  lent season I will call thee unto me. | you can be prepare<j Tfben you can  "Felix doesn't think that he is decid- do what any experienced nurse would  mg the question that Paul has raised. &Q���������what most physicians would tel!  He thinks, that ho has postponed the t you to do���������glve a f ew dropg 0f plain  little decision, but he hasn't. For indecis-. castoria. No sooner done than Baby  flnv- < ive procrastination is one of the most is soothed; relief is just a matter ot  conclusive methods of decision that; moments. Y^t yoii^ have eas^d your  mankind knows. Life's processes do! ehiid without Use of a single doubtful  not call a halt simply because we j drug; Castoria is vegetable. So .it's  have not made up our minds. If you safe to USe as often as an infant has  have a garden-plcjt you may suppose j-any little pain you cannot pat awav.  that you have three choices; either to ��������� And it's always ready for the ctueller  have flowers, or to have weeds, or to j pangs of colic;    or.   constipation,    or  be hesitant,, uncertain^ undecisive  But in fact you have only two choices. If you choose flowers, you may  have* them; but if you decide to toe  indecisive, nature will decide for you  ���������%-ou will have weeds. The processes of God's eternal universe do  not" stop to wait for us to make up  our minds. -To make floxvers grow  means positive decision. And to become a Christian requires positive  decision.; You must make up your mind  to it. And if any Felix endeavors to  be indecisive, he is not really indecisive. Kis life processes still go on  wthout Christ because he has not  positively decided for Christ."���������K. E.  Fosdick.  diarrhea; efCective, too, for older  children. Twenty-five million bottSes  were bought last year; -���������.-.'  Dairy Industry Flourishing  Outlook   Never   Appeared - Brighter  Than Aft the JPresent Time  "The outlook of the dairy industry  in Canada never appeared brighter,"  says Dr. J. A. Ruddick, commissioner  of the dairy and cold" storage branch,  of the Department of Agriculture.  "The value of our dairy production  this year will be^around $265,000,000.  We have anproximateiy 3,800^00'i  milch cows in Cahadaf^ Tbey are in:  ^y?ry prbvibbe aithougnfOnt^ip;.. ana  Quebec b^ve^tbe "most. ;frP'Whxie tbe  cheese production is hot a record one  this year, it  is very high.       About  ���������*uts and Bruises Disappear.-���������-When  suffering from cuts; scratches, bruises, sprains, sore throat dry chest and  anv similar aliment, use Dr.- Thomas*  Eclectric   Oil.   Its   healing   power   is  well-known- in  every  section  of the   ^i!g JfX.at,t ���������  .���������   .���������.,.   _.0���������.          community.   A bottle of Dr. Thomas'   1()0 000 boxes more will be exported  Eclectric Oil should be m every? medi- ' i927.xCanada nrodu-a  cine chest ready for the emergencies  ^ i������^-������ inan ^ *^������* xPs~^ar-.."���������   y. %���������  that may always be anticipated. ed the most milk in its history this  year.  Canada ranks third in importance,  as a source of metals of the platinum  group, after Russia and Colombia.  To avoid the run-down feeling approach crossings carefully.  The .Improved      |  Glass Substitute    |  MADE IN ENGLAND  British scientist says he has discovered that what goes up need not  necessarily come down. Old stuff.  Did he never hear of the cost of living?  Short of Breath6  Smothering Feelings  Choking Sensation  Mrs. 11, Day, Dartmouth, N.S.,  writes:���������"For over ,a year I was  troubled with smothering" spells and  shortness of breath,  and it was im  COMES WITH A MESSAGE OF HEALTH  T]  ,-ation wnich followed.  After  trying mtiny  treatments,  in  vain   1 at iast decided to try  possible for mc to walk, evon n short.       mi.,lni,  distance, becaiiHo of the choking* nen-l^" ^"^   ^^   ^^   nuoc.Ormtx.ny  over rough trails without hreaicagc.  It will stand up under rough treatment, and has the added advantage  or being flexible. e  Corns disappear when treated with  Holloway's Com Remover without  leaving a scar.  i\16ll<   For   lliilry  Kuiitorlrn  The   approximate-   amount  of   milk  i required to supply dairy factories in  fu-.U in u -wirpriKingly ������hor*L time they  did nip much good.  Price HOc pp-r hox al nil <lrugijiiHtH  nt iii-itUu.-*, or mulled direct on receipt  of prloft hy TIm- T. Mfllburn Co., I,t<l.,  Toronto, Ont.  VV.     N.     IT.  1701  Canada during 102(5, based on the  quantity of milk delivered and the  equivalent in milk of tlio butter fat  content of the cr������um delivered, was  7,118.0-10,782' pouiHln.  AIlnnrd'H laulnifiii <or A������������lluma.  WINDOLITE stands for 100 per cent, sunlight. It.  makes light but strong windows for cattle sheds, dairy  stables, poultry houses, brooders and all out buildings. It  in economical, imbreakablo, flexible and Is easy to cut and  fit. It is now being successfully used for sunrooms,  verandahs, schools, factories, hospitals, sanitariums, hot  beds, plant coverings and greenhouses. It keeps out cold  --will'not crack-or cttlp,-���������cuts with an ordinary pair of  scissors and is easy to Jit. -WiNHOL.I'J'K Im Hupplled fiu  rolls any length but in one width of 3Q inches only. A  square yard of WINIMMLITE weighs about 1-1 ozs., while  a square yard oC glass of ordinary thickness, weighs  about 135 to K)0 ozs. Thc improved frlNDOUTK requires  no varnish. W1MDOL.1TI&. is made In England.  Uso WINDOLITE.nnd let  YOUR PLANTS  VOUK CHICfiiliWS  YOUR CATTLK  Baskln 100 <p SunllQhl.  Send for booklet "WINDOLITK"  IHE sun is the all-powerful life producer, ���������  Nature's    universal     disinfectant     and js  germ  destroyer^   as well  as  stimulant =  and tonic.      WINDOLWE .is the sun's most as  important ally. 5  Medical research    has    definitely    proved --  tliat from thc  point of view of Health  and =:  Hygiene, thc most effective among the sun's -js  rayw are the Ultra-Violet rays, which possess a  thc greatest power for   the   prevention    and ss  cure of disease and debility. E.  Science   has  further  established   that  or- g  dinary window glass does not allow tho pas- 5  sage 'of Ultra-Violet rays,  so that by using =  glass *wc are urtlftclally excluding these vital ss  liealtb-glving rays.     Therefore, tho invention- ss  of WJKDOlLlTE has completely satisfied tho ss  long-felt    want.        Exhaustive    experlmenta ss  hove conclusively' proved  that  it   is  a  most a  eli'ective  substitute for glass,  that  It  freely -  admits tho Ultra-Violet raye, and that its use s  lias a most boneflclal offect on the^ growtli s  and development of plants and chickens and js  on tho well-being of cattle,  enabled  for the -s  first  timo  to have  healthy  light  instead  ot g  darkness in their shoclBy              , E  '   Indeed, thc discovery of WINDOLITE lias ������  during the last six years completely. reyolu- r=  tionlzcd  gardening, given a new stimulus  to -;  poultry  breeding,   increasing thc   egg-laying js  capacity .and fertility of chickens, has greatly r  improved Hho health of cattle and Ib now be- =  ing used  In domestic and household require- g  meats. 5  -*������  I Distfibut-ors i JOHN  51 Wellington St. W.  Jr%.m      *������^iix*.A-������ Jl JLiB���������iJSx������    C5fc*     \*j*~F**,     Jt-jJi. jlj^*  . - - TORONTO, OJNT*  q|||||IHI������|IIIIIIIIIIMIMIlMllilHHHBHIIimtmHIII1MHS������lll������������������"������tW������������������������������������������^  *���������"" -"'"*���������c- mjiifc-  .THE   BEYIEW*  JStESTpN,   Bt   ft  A T this season of the year when  iiixe������liiiai  ua..n  ilU  XJicVit���������������������t  and in this age when so many are  worried by high blood pressure and  ���������"nerves", too-much care cannot be  taken to keep the system entirely  free from poisons and impurities.  Marlatt's has for many years been  found most valuable in toning^ up  the liver, in keeping the intestines  functioning, normally and in preventing bile stagnation.    Try this  X* A ���������������**-* I *������ von-A*v������ivtrtv������*1oil 4"**A*%4'iru*s&w\4-  JLl44El**A4jr * *w**vaa.iAjr'..LW4JL\jLW\* ������v������, \**mi *****+*****  now. five Dollars  Recommended and sold by all  leading druggists.  J. W, MAHLATT & Co. L,td.,  Laboratories, Toronto   Write for unsolicited-testimonials - 23  sizzling pan.  From  two glass jars and turned their contents  into an earthernware  dish on  4  V.*.        rtt-m..mm. V mm. mmm.  ~ ^t i   ���������  t. ^..m       A-t -,  .   m.'ti    OLV/VC     J.lii.lXJH5\*iCH,C������3'      LEiU    1UUIU    Wil������  filled with an aroma that caused the  newcomers to sniff hungrily.  "Mr.  Hiilier,"  began Andy,   "what  "Mr. Hiilier! Hell! My name's  John," exploded the trapper.  "I was goin' to. ask you what kind  oi meat that is that smells so good,'-'  grinned .Andy.-..-'  "What?"  "Muskrat.". " repeated their host,  turning to the astonished Australian.  "Did ye ever eat any?"  "No," returned Andy   weakly,    "1  "They're darn good eatur," affirmed the trapper.- "Reason folks wont  try 'em is because *-thev think that  they are a fat.       Their  right name  "Children Like it  So Will You  At  the" flrat   uig-ft  of   _  Cold, buy "BuelcWn",  The _^  "*  first doae, does two" things *"  relieves tlte.'.couerh instantly and  delights the taste.   Different from  nil   C<hii&������*   TSSnsdaCS   foT   OoM*-*hs,  Colds, BrosshJUs. Pj?eveats-"F3u".  Pneumonia and all Throat and  liUns troiibles. Sold everyrrhers  under money-refunded-etiaratitee.-  W. K. Backley, Limited,  142- Mutual St., Toronto 2  g j 8   Acts like a flash���������  a single sip prove* it  7Sc.  and  40c.  Vicar?    rf\4*   +������������**   1 o 1   . There followed days  of ardcous toil, days spent in "blazing" lines through almost impassable  svvulca, Up ateyp ililjigiued and thaOugh  canyons. Days of strenuous exercise in the stimulating air, when the  bright sunshine tanned their faces to  a ���������deep brown, brought the glow of  perfect health to .their eyes, and gave  to their muscles the resiliency afld  strength of steel springs.,  (To Be Continued.)  1 {���������****.    rvr*' trpcym.  -*t w *-*      \smm      -v v*f*^ *������*  THEGRIMSON  * f   WEST  ��������� BY ���������  ALEX. PHILIP  table food only. Did any of you fellers ever see 'Diamond Back Terrapin' on a fcill-of-fare in restaurants?"  ���������pySL1*Sh^3. by Special Arrangement  With Thomas Allen. Publisher,  y  Toronto. Oiit..  CHAPTER VII.���������Continued.  He was known under several sob  riquets: "Trapper" John, '^Coffee"  John, and "Mahogany" John. "Coffee",  John for the excellence of his bfeyt  of that beverage, and of which hV  drank enormous quantities. His  call to meals: "Gome and tlirow ypm  feet under the mahogany,"' supplied  t&a reason for the cognomen of "Mahogany" John.  "With f'-tbef: assistance of ftheir host  they unsa,ddled the tired horses and  turned  them in  the  pasture,"..'where  Donald.  "Well, 'bout half the time when the  waiter hands ye what ye think is turtle he's givin' you musquash," stated  the trapper as he speared a cube of  butter with, a long fork and shot it  accurately to "the debated dish.  Andy laughed outright. "Strike me  fair, John, you've got any thia' I ever  see beat a block for slihgin' grub."  John was pleased. "Oh, I'm fair  to middlin' good," he admitted, yy  John served the dinner in?the pots;  and pans^ in ..which the food bad been,  cooked, and piled the table with  enough grub to serve a dozen men.  "Lake to see lots of grub in sight,"  smiled the old trapper. He placed  pybig steaming coffee-pot in" the centre of the table, and then sent out  his original dinner-call. "Throw your  feet under the. mahogany-" he.roar-  The party needed, no second call.  The mountain air had given them  wolfish appetites and they made huge  inroads on the trapper's well-cpOked  dinner.     "With the exception of Andy,  cup and held it up tb his admiring  gaze.  The storm had reached the height  of its fury. The wind roared and  moaned like a f amished wild thing denied its kill. Occasionally a venturesome gust would find its way down  the chimney to send thin .puffs of  smoke to linger in thc air and fill  the cabin with the sweet perfume of  the burning alder.  VGive us a toast,     John,"  begged  -n.ii&y.  The trapper raised his cup on high:  "I'm the trapper of the mount's top,  A ring-tail-snorter an* a dead-sure  ���������' shot.  I'm wild, I'm woolly an' full o������ fleas,  I've   never   bin'   curried   below   the  knees,  I live on   the   fruit   o'   the   prickly  pear, -  An' I play  in  the   brush with  the  grizzly bear."  ff^Here's hopin* ye'll never see the  back o' yer neck," he added. Then  placing the cup to his lips he drained  the contents with one great gulp  John's jaws were well-nigh, toothless,  and as the fiery liquor scorched his  throat his leathery cheeks folded an<3  unfolded like the pleats of an accor-  dionyf fff. V'-;y  v'"Wowi" he yelped, "she's sure got  a kick."  The humorous toast and the trapper's facial contortions sent Andy in-  toy paroxysms of laughter.  "Strike rme"blind!" he gasped, as  he hfeld his? sides.    VI never--���������" His  ittle Helps For This Week  By modern vaporizing  itiw iai  ^AG-TSJ ft������ ������������������ WAV5?Arr:: -���������.Q.N- CF  For  ������������������  washinq  and cleaning  "According to    the    eternal    pur-  pose."���������Ephesians iii. 11.  One small life i*a God's stssX plan.  How futile it seems as the ages roll!  Do what it may, or strive how it can,  To alter   the   sweep,-of   the   infinite  -whole:  A single stitch in an endless web,  A urop in na.e ocean's Sow and -ebb.  But the pattern   is   rent  where   the  stitch is lost,  Or marred where the tangled threads  have crossed.  And each, life that fails of its true intent  . Mars the perfect plan that its Master  meant. t-  ���������-Susan Cqolidge.  Remember that you are an actor of  just such a part as is assigned you  by the poet of the play; of a short  part, if the part be short; of a long  part, if the part be long. Should he  wish you to act the part of a beggar,  take care to? act tt naturally and nobly; and the same if it be the part of  a lame man or a ruler. For this is  in your power, to act well the part  assigned to you; but to choose that  part is the function of another.  ���������Epactetus.  _    Saves Soap  j& Saves Work  Jess-"���������'   -   ���������.^^  Bvervwonvsrfe  ���������     * ���������aaars.DV  $1.15 per pound up- Twenty-one  samples free.���������Stocking & Yarn  Mills, Dept. 17. OriUla, Ont.  Letters Raced!: Around WorM  they l-ollecl luxuriously on their backs I they ate and enjoyed musquash; the  tor a ^moment, and then started feeding hungrily" on  the  richJ clover.   '   '  A wind shook the tree-tops and  turned the surface of the lake dark  with ripples. High in air, streaming  dark clouds scudded swiftly by.  "Got fiere jest in time," said the old  trapper, as he looked up "at the sky.  "It's a goin' to rain. Come inside."  John had sferved as cook in a cowboy camp in Texas. He never overlooked an opportunity to make ostentatious display of his skill in the culinary art. -^-���������',.-.. /  "Jest set my .bread this mornm',"  he explained, ,"so I'll hev' .ter make a  bannock.'' '  Talcing a tin pan from the shelf,  he threw it the full length of the  room to the table, lie tossed the cooking  utensils   about  like   a: practised  ���������juggler. Soon the bannock swelled  to the rim of the frying-pan, the  edges showing' brown and crisp. He  lifted the heavy dish from the stove,  and with a dexterous twist of hia  wrist threw the bannock to the ceiling  .and caught it nearly in thc centre oi  thc pan as Lt came down. He dipped  a half dozen trout in the yolk of eggs,  rolled them in flour, then tossed them  With apparent carelessness, but with  deadly aim, one at a   time,    to    the  cc  !  NKHARi'S  COMPOUND  IS WONDERFUL"  Read! Thin Letter from a  Grateful Woman  Vanessa, Ont.���������"I think Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound ia  wonderful. H\orvo  had six children of  which four mo living; and my yoiine-  *������bc in fl. lioTinfir-j  baby boy now  eight months old  who weighs 23  pounds. 1 iiavc  taken your medicine before each of  them was bom and  ������������������have certainly real ccived great benefit  from it, I urge my friends to take it as  *? fttv^  witfrt fhn\r will vw^Sv*1-. fhm Num<>  iiolp   I   did."���������Mrs.   Mi won   Mc-  MuLUiN, Vanoaaa., Ontatlo.  W.    N.    V.    Wfll  meat being, fine-grained and tender.  John was ��������� visibly- --disappointed by  Andy's refusal to try this delicacy.  "Try it, ol' -timer," he insisted, as  he pushed the steaming pan across  the table.  Andy made a wry face. "Don't  feel jest hungry tonight," he ��������� mumbled.  Dinner finished. Donald pushed  back his chair and lighted a cigarette. "John, that was a dandy meal,  and your coffee-sure is a nectar fit  for the gods."  The trapper was justly proud of  ���������his cooking. Donald's praise brought  a deeper tinge of colour to his bronzed face. He refilled the tin cups  and they sat quietly smoking and  sipping the fragrant coffee.  After, the day in the open and the  excellent meal it was pleasant to sit  in the genial warmth of the cabin  while the storm which had been gathering broke overhead and-the incessant patter of rain, sounded on thc  roof.  Between Andy and John there  sprang up a comradeship based on  the peculiar brotherhood which often  cxi3ts between small men. Each  found in the other traits that amused  him. '  "Comical little duck," was John's  opinion of Andy..  "Strike mc'pthV He's the funniest  old geezer that I ever saw in mc life,"  Andy confhlcd to Donald.  Together thoy washed the dishes  and tidied up the room. When they  had finished Andy dragged in his duffle-bag, rummaged through tho contents, and produced n flask of rum.  Tho trapper's face brightened.  "1 brought this l'or medicinal purposes," stated Andy. "How aro you  fcelln', John?"  Tho mirth wrinkles around the  trapper's eyes deepened, "My misery Is purty bad to-night, ol' "timer."'  Andy poured liberally Into a tin  cup. The pungent odour of rum lined the room. Old John aniftcd tho  contents. "Whuff!" he yowled, "good  llckor!"  Thc old trapper, standing in the  centre 6f the rooin, presented a ilg-  uro wild and Btrango. His coat ot  huckflkln was open" at tho throat to  expose a hairy chest. His mano-llke  .u,m������r<    nf   ...^m...   !������������,������������������������   <-ffi������^    r>t*���������������-*<���������������>������4-    r,.*  , , m,.m*s.,       ...' 4.        . .   m m ^j        ,,..... I ..       .^ m W W.l       m. I ���������    (.-.J .^...J V       VJ .-.*  and shook with every movemont of  his body. A veritahln wild man oi the  woodtt ho looked as ho grasped the  eyes rested- a-gain on the ^rapper's  convulsed features, ispeech failed him  and he sank "writhing.-to. a chair.  "When finally they climbed the ladder to their bunks the rain had ceased and a brilliant moon flooded the  valley with a white light.  Donald awakened as the first grey  streaks of davirn ybrightened the dus^  ty windows of the loft. The air suddenly filled with the swe et song of  birds. Wild-fowl quacked and splashed in the waters of the lake. The  aroma of coffee and frying bacon and  the pungent odour of wood smoke  was wafted strongly from below.  Suddenly the trapper's shaggy head  protruded through the opening at the  top of the ladder. "Get out o' the hay  an' let the sun * shine on ye!" he  boomed.  "Now, let's get busy," said Gillis,  when breakfast, was over. "The first  thing to do is to find a good spot to  pitch our tent."  "You'll find a deserted cabin at  t'other cttd o' the lake that'll be a  whole lot more comfortable nor a  tent," informed the trapper.  The cabin of cedar logs proved to  be in good repair and thc location  excellent.  "A couple of days' work," observed  Gillis, "an' I can fix her up so's we'll  be as snug ag a bug in a rug."  John had spent the forenoon in  baking, Cakep, pics, doughnuts and  cookies were placed at regular intervals on. thc shelves in. platters and  tins tipped at an angle to make the  display more effective. It was an  exhibit of pastry that any housewlft-  mlght envy. The unstinted praise  of his guests was like music to the  trapper's cars.  For dessert they had a savoury  mlncc-pie, atoamlng hot from the  ovcii. Andy waxed moat eloquent In  his praise of this culinary delight.  "Have another ftleco, ol' timer," insisted John, as he transferred a big  slice to hia plate.  "Like it, do ye?" asked Johm  "U-m-m," mumbled Andy aa he  devoured the last crumb and settled  back with a sigh of content.,  John's wrinkled old face Hpread into a wide grin. From, Ida lips came  a cackling laugh.  "What's the joke " queried Andy.  "I thought I'd get that muskrat in*  to ye somehow," chortled the trapper. : '    '   ���������  "Well, I's mot nc di'snwJ! b*"^, fftAr'  nil," philoHophtzed Andy. |  On tho third day after their nrriv-5  al they moved to thc cabin at Uio  Characteristic Of Japan  Everything About- Country 'and People Is SmalLSut Not Wealc     .  Perhaps, the first - impression cm  landing in Japan is the littiensss ot  everything. The little flimsy houses,  the little flimsy shops, the small men,  the toy-like women, the tiny children,  as numerous and like unto each other  as the sands on the shore���������these are  everywhere. But although very  small of stature the Japanese men are  often Very powerfully, built, and many  bf them suggest great strength. .  Littleness���������with which Is associated the most delicate detail and elaborate finish���������is the mark also of th<i  modern Japanese art. In the curiosity shops Whatever was massive or  largely simple was Chinese. Even the  Royal Palaces at Kyott are small,  the rooms, exquisite as they are, with  perfect joinery and ancient paintings,  being seldom more than'.a few feet  square, with very low ceilings.  Winner Made Entire Trip In Seventy-  ., Eight, Days ���������?;���������:'  -People are growing so accustomed  now to flyers going east and west,  "men and women crossing continents  and    oceans,    that    nothing    ^fyhich  touches  on  flying  cam- surprise one  very greatly.    But it is inter eating to  know that lately two letters have been  racing round the world by established air, water and rail mail routes!  The letter which won, the first letter to go all the way round the world  in the open mails, finished at Seattle,  United Sates, in 78 days, 1 hour; and.  30 minutes.  Peevish, pale, restless, and sickly  children owe their condition to  worms. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator win relieve them and restore health.  N<?rtiter*a. Alhertss, JFish  During the quarter year ending  September 30th, American firms purchased 1,685,222 pounds of northern  Alberta fish, valued at $193,918, as  compared with 1,508,328 pounds during the same period of 1927.  Winter Sports  Winter sportsmen find Minard's ideal for taking the soreness out of bruised muscles.  Try a bottle.  A  childd's   amusement  now   costs  more than did his daddy's education.  YOU'LL FIND A  hundred vital,  saving uses for Para-  Sani Heavy Waxed  Paper in your home,  Comes, in handy,  sanitary, knife-edged  package. For less exacting uses: "Centre  Pull" Waxed Tissue  (flat sheets). At  grocers, druggists,  stationers.  mmmWtmJimmmmr^ m laiiuiun. n m *j aamiaiiaiaiii, t.l������i������l*riCl> m iwiai imi mm,.,,  HAMILTON  ONTAMO  HUNTER-MARTIN  Sc CO., REGINA, SASK. /"  THE  CJEtESTOST  BEVIEW  Issued every Friday at Oreston, B.C.  Subscription ; $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C P. Hayes. Editor and Owner.  OKBii'ON. B.O., FRIDAY.-NOV. 30  VMttnia Bye-Flection  y N^xfc Thursday Victoria will  el^ob a federal representative to  replace Premier Tolmie^ .who at  midsummer" -gave up his seat at  Ottawa in-order to run for the  local legislature in Saanich.  The contest ia one that is attracting Dominion wide attention,  largely due the Fact that it is the  iirst constituency tlie Conservatives  have contested since 1$. B. Bennett  was ehoseu leader just about a  year ago.  Since that time, of course, the  new leader has had opportunity to  test public opinion in Maple Creek.  Saskatchewan, and Joliette,Quebec,  but in neither case was opposition  offered the Liberal standard bearers  and they were returned by accla  mation.  Victoria has Ions: been T.*ry.  Premier Tolmie carried it in four  successive nghts by majorities running close to 3000, and in the  present   fight   have a likely eandi  date who is not lacking for platforms sapport with ail the provincial  cabinet ministers available and ab  least half a dozen federal ConservaS  tive members from Vancouver and  Island constituencies. ��������� Carryin-?  the Liberal banner is ex-premier  J. D, MacXiean.  In their eifort to hold tlie seat  the Conservatives are going particularly strong on the ills cf the  B.C. fruit /grower due fco the withdrawal of the old time aaiti-dump  ing. regulations, and demanding an  iir������w������������������/l. revision o^ t^ift *--oiv'flF Ql"  along the line with a vigor that  they must figure will *s������ve ihe da/  for them.  A Liberal win in Viotoria while  meaning little to either- party so  far   as   Following   at Ottawa goes,  .  ..    ' fir-  will   undoubtedly   adversely   effect  the prestige of Mr. Bewneit,  some  thing  the   party   cannot afford  to  suffer on his first appeal for sudors  ation, and in a constituency   traditionally Cons rvative.  -Afterythev-ceremony the wedding  party droy^.tp the. bride's home where  a company of alnaosfc 100 were guests  at a sviniDtaoiis wedding dinner and  later in tbeff^ternoon Mr. nnd Mis.  Martinfl^fl^i^ trip to Van  couver, befbr%^i?ping on to Sta-veley,  ! Albss-ta, whcr-3 ijit-y v. ill reslds-. The  popularity of the bride and groom whs  evidenced -in tho mauy attractive  wedding presentn.  In the evening the young friends of  the newly wads continued the celebia-  *   , ���������   r *       -.^V   > , .,-.?'.    .'   -*������������������-,.���������: .AS ----A    '-:'.'  tion with.a dance at the Mhi-hIihII  home for which excellent music was  furnished by Mrs."Constable, piano;  John Kingheim, violin, and Bob Marshall, drums, with an excellent supper  at midnight.  hob liKNT���������ii'ive-room   bouse,   cen  trally located, available December 1st. ]  F.   EL  wiiCkSi ill,  WANTED���������8 or 4 h.p. gasoline engine  nigst be in good running order and  priced right for c-ish. Write Box 63,  Creaton Postoffice.  CHAS. BOTTERILL  ���������������   a iam. vsm Am mamr &     ���������Ban m     m  '- BE6. WATSOM  ������������8iBJk im a  K.m.  6  I  I  and  J5J*5 */V4%  . MJHA YiJNKi una  M-s% ������/%*������%. &&jk vm^su  COAL,   WOOD,  SAND,  GRAVEL  PROMPT, ATTENTION   GIVEN  ALL  ORDERS.  Try Us Once  It combines in a delightful form. j&11 of  the vital, tjifhgs pur  sysfcems" nepd.. * s And  wbf&nMilk ishandled  the way we handle it  it is the most wholesome food obtainable.  Our chief business in  life is producing and  senium   jgoo&  TX  4C...  iViliK.  Oroefnn Ilalru  %?i -fi-i-ji-wee   uigiij  R. A. COMFORT  *���������7A^#**S&JV9J9������S  P&mr&omai  Sci& *&W &^~&)BA3������S  Call in and look over thz  Royal Series and the Pergonal Greeting Card samples  books. They are the best  ever issued bjT the makers.  Orders taken now with delivery any time up to December 20th.  V. MAWSON  HOME BREW  The   maiii   aim   of   the   weekly  newspaper, as the name implies, is  to Rive news of   its   own   district.  It may have other aims, sueli as to  give merchants a chance to tell   of  their goods in its columns or infhi  ence   public    opinion    through   its  editorials;   but   lire ty off all it must  give the news.     Some of this news  is    not    easily   obtafiied    and    no-  editor can cover it-  without  assist  ance.    Especially is this true when  you   have   visitors.       Many   ladies  think personals are the most inter  eating reading in the whole paper.  Your   visitors   are  usually glad to  have   their names appear, so send  the in in."    Sometimes  people   eome  in   and   give   the impressions that  they are asking a favor when they  want  to   insert the names of their  friends who fhave heen  spending a'  few   day8   with; them. ; ijlp, person  need feel that way about giving us  news items, for we are glad to  get  them all.  FOUR NIGHTS OF RARE ENTERTAINMENT  7b tit.. Legislature:  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application will be made at tbe next session of tbo  Legislature of the Province of British Columbia for an Act to incorporate a company under  the name of Provincial Telephone Company  with an authorized capital of five million dollars with its head office in tho City of Vancouver and with tho following powers*:  To operate tolophono, wireless tolophono,  rodlo-tetopliona ana similar services, including  services for tho transmission of sound,pictures,  writing or signals; to hold and dlspoBO of lands,  tenements nnd hereditaments of any description; to provide and maintain all *mcls build-  Inrj-s, works, plant, apparatus, materials, offices  and exchanges as may bo necessary for i ts business; fof the purpose of its business to provide  and operate Htcamships and othor vessels; to  acquire and use any privilege graittcd by any  Federal, Provincial or municipal authority; to  acquire and   use patent rights:   to advance  monoy to any corporation, company or person  " lfld'       ..-----...  do  Iffl    to invest and deal with 3ts_ surplus funds; to  Marshall ��������� Martin Nuptials  GRAND THEATRE,    CRESTON  FHURS., FRIDAY, SAT'Y., M0N.  us  10  ���������   9  H '.'* *       JT t* ���������*���������  ������������������  for providing, buflding or operating any tolophono system; to do anything as contract or for  others which ifc might no for its own purposos;  outer upon and break up highways, etre'ots,  and pntolic bridges and to construct telephone  lines along, across or under tho same, or in,  under ot* over watercourses, rivers and lalcos,  Hubjoct to the approval of tho city or municipal  council where tho proposed works aro to bo  situated within a city or municipality, and in  ot her cartes subject to tho approval of tho Minister of LrfUids:  to construct works on Its own  property:  subject to obtaininff consent under  the  Navigable Waters' Protection Act of tho  Dominion of Canada, to construct, lay and op.  M-aH) submarine telephone cablo or cables In  any lake, river or water to which that Act applies, also boiwoen any Islands in British Columbia and between such inlands and tho main-  In ml; to cut: a pnssngo for its lines where such  lines paHs throucjli wondnHiibjuct to compensating tlio owners thereof for damage, and to trim  trees on or extending over highways In ordor to  prevent interference with good telephone ser-  vlwr; iu pucolutMu Uio wholti or any part of tho  undertnlclng nf any othor company having objects iu whole or la part similar to those of the  t'om-Ntny, or to amalgamate wlUi such other  comivany, nnd to transfer to tlio company or to  tho amalgamated company, an the ease may be,  all or any nf such  franchises or statutory pow-  orw ih may he iJOHtwHscd by wuoh ether company;  to enter Int*. arul carry out any agreiimonb whh  liny company whose undorlaklng is purchased  nn. aforcwild in tlio nature of assuming tho payment of or guaranteeing tho payment, of principal nn������l interest, or either, on bonds, dobont-  ������ir<- -:,trA\:  r.r di-.lj^nl uf^;;:, r.r iiri.iinjjljjg or ^;'������������ar-  antooliig the utrrylug out of Its obligations or  any part thereof:  to enter UtUt agretmientH for  loiKieetlng ll-K sywtern or lines with  thuHo nf  other telephone operator**; t������ appropriate lands,  under the power*������f the i^andM iJlauso Ant:   to  make regulatIons rfnr Its Internal management;  to fix froiri time to time a UtilH'of nliargen for  itswirvlees, and tueoJlent, sue for and i-oenver  tlio same;   u. liori*j������w money;  tn Inmiuj prnfer-  iihcij sli������riM, ������lebiintui-ns ������������r   (lnl������������.nt.iire  stock,  elthur t-������wlc!irrrial>l������i or   IrrMleciiiJiblni   In Issue  NlMtres with or wlthou-)  nornlniil or jiur value;  in nhange lis name puiHUiint to I hdCornpatdes  Urt. hum < it lier ln������-|(|<it������������������t |mivv������tm,  liateil flits 1st. day of November, \\r.W.  ���������Via Httymruir Htrt-et  VnnrmiviT. ti.V.  Boliellors for the Applicants.  St. Stephen^ Presbyterian Church,  Creston. was the scene of an interesting wedding on Tuesday morning,  November 20th, when Miss Martha  Jane, fourth daughter of Mrs. John  Marshall, was united in marriage -with  Prank Herbert Martin, son of Mr-, and  Mrs. J. O. Martin. Rev, VV. A. CJreer  performed the ceremony, which whs  witnessed by a company of invited  guests.  The bride's costume wuh of white  crepe de t bene With bead trimming,  with veil and orange bloasouia, and  oarriet^u boquet of chrysanthemum?.  She was- assisted by her Bister, Miss  Lucy Marshall, whose costume was of  peach satin and carrying a boqiiet of  chrysanthemums, and Miss Gladys  Stewart, who was gowned in yellow  crepe satin and carried a boqiiet.  Little Missea Violet Hendren and  Jenny Kelly, gowned in pink, were  the flower gii-lB. The groom wuh supported by John Ringheim and Robert  Mai shall.  FIRST NIGHT    .  A. rare and inimitable comedy of  inddern home life in which laughter and tears intermingle.  SECOND NIGHT  CARLYLE NOVELTY TRIO���������Music, Readings, Solos, Trios, by  three charming personalities.  Lecture: "A MODERN TALE OF  TWO CITIES "--By Charles H.  Plattenburg, editor, world traveller and community expert.  THIRD NIGH  44,   ������tott]  A    f "-* *^i Sf  f\9  ���������SWAM  Ajety a -ft******  JTAMttiUK. M .    ~  Opinion   is  altogether unanimous^  in proclaiming this thig best Irish  Comedy ever staged. ���������.������������������������'  FOURTH NIGHT  A Night of Music: THE MASSEY  FIVE��������� A remarkably vas;ied and  ���������" popular programme by a family of  musicians and entertainers who  have won signal triumphs throughout the entire continent. A genuine musical treat.  OaTa*   *  I  HI  t  io  m  Season Tickets admitting Four Nights  ADULTS, $2.00.    CHILDREN, $1.00  SINGLE ADMISSIONS, $1,00,  lt3t=lCI[  *********        & TSetg^M.  fftHtfltlf^d^ ^^^^^)S?K.S" mf t lit *f Ft  ���������ess tigj.CJ^i^  left out  If we strike the average age  of die motor car owner at  forty, then. eVery motorist in  Canada^ has bcea heariaig  about ."Ouiilop" since he was  six years of age.  ���������The Dunlop Name  ���������The Dunlop Record  ���������The Dunlop Idea of Service  arc bedrocked on the ideal  that  wlistever carries the imprint of the  "Two Hands*' must represent good  work with the guess work left out*  m^^ss***^    ^*w^^^  ft****)   "^f   .^^^^mF ^^BMP^ BK������"B# ^^^������BL^m^^/^ B*ff i*^am  v-wfl  hV m*. Bi   ^g PjjW^H^B^^Br^^|a ^msmmmmmW wHH&iXL ^^H i^^^A|^v^'^L  ,:. ., ..rr,::..i,pai^m~^mm:...... ..i^..^:  :A-a99'':  MttftH  PALMKR    & 'MAXWBLL  .mnjiL&saituai  \���������.AHlHtimm.m.. THIS  d&ESTON. BEVIEW  AT THE  Me%v Sf&**&  VVe Invite you to lospect our  new stock of  .Sim.  I   NEWS OF KOOTEKAYS  Moyie  had it's first snow of the  season" en the 14th.  -;- Wpt*fc ������f*9ir&m& ...  : -"������������������.and".' .".'_ '   .  ���������������������t������������s@t* UtGtmmitm  Full stock. . .triced right.  aurasSS    SS.SS     ajuinvoa     ������wf#H(l Wijc  At Midway the old$r residents  have organized a oribbage  club.  t **���������*  Another watchmaker and jeweler  haa opened for business at  Fernie.  200 couples attended the Legion  dance at Cranbrook on Thanksgiv  iiig. evening.  ' _ $7,000,000 is the value, placed on  the Okanagan fruit and vegetable  erop this year.  C.P.R. divisional superintendent  Flett is the 1929 president of Cranbrook fail fair.  Fenti. ton has already collected  about    $100,000    of    1928    taxes,   'U2.-S.  4._������.~& Gitt A runr.  ******  Is good wood for the Kitchen Hange  or your Heater. A good, big load for  $2.50, delivered in town; slightly more  outside of town. Phone your orders  early.  X> I o  I  MARCONI  KOLSTEIi  V  Improvements in design and appearance of  sets. Reductions In prices, arid 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  in your own home.  ���������    :  y  PREIVIJIR   GARAGE  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLJN������  To ifto  Otil  f&g*  aa &T*^Jff!  I  @feg������������&tgSBS3& ������ M&w 'JTeatrs  HI  %m*0'%isP- B QfaMt 0   ' M ������������������' w: ��������� CVI m m ^Siw  from WINNIPEG 10 a.m. to connect with  SS. M1NNEDOSA  from Quebec, November 28  GI������Bgow, Belfat*!, Liverpool.  S.S. METAGAMA  .'from Siiint John,.December 7  Oheibotir#, Southampton, Antwerp,  SS; MONTCLARE  Proriti Suhit. John, December 7.  Glnpffow, Belfitst. Liverpool.  S.S. MELITAs  From Miilnt John, Decern bor 14.  St. Holler (Channel Ittlnnd8j  ���������   . fOhorbonrff, Sou tha mplon, Antwerp,.  S.S. DUCHESS OF ATHOLL  ������-      Fiona Saint John; December 15.  Gh.oKow, Liverpool.  as. MONTROYAL  from Srtlnt John, Decernber 21  G U enow. Liverpool.  Through Sleeping Cars from Weste+n Points  Connuoting wiMv Special IriUna at Wihnipo^  For- Choice Accommodation Make Reservations Now  During  December  Round Trip  to the '.'; .  Seaboard  r   ��������� .  Returns Limit  Five Months  I'ull purtlcMilHia from Jiny Ticket Apfont of tho>  ������a'rsaldiars : Pad If 5  AltVAyiqaray Osnuiiliiin P-tuifinTrttvellorH'Oliftquen.  Good tlio world ovor.  itiPAt.  CHAS. O. RODGERS  Pentioton ratepayers are to vote  on o, by-law to borrow $11,000 for  extensions to the hospital. '.  To date. Okanagan. appls  ship  mentn ������.*m 21 -i������er cent-.' greater than  at the same time in 1927.  Ten Trsil It&llans v^srs- ns-ttsrs!-  iss-d at sitting of the county court  at Rosslaud' one day, last week.  The McPherson ftarage at Grand  Forks is putting. on an addition  that will double,its present capacity.      "   _(-*i   ,*'.',  ;_ _  Pupils of Division 5 of Cranbrook  school have- organized themselves  into a junior Red   Gross   organiza-  t-imm^m  Vltjll.  Rossland   oldtimers   are     unani-  xnius   that   the town has never ex  perienced so delightful an  autumn  as this.  _. For the winter months  KimVier*  ley will move the  clocks   back   an  hour and operate on Pacific  standard time.  *��������� , ' ',?,'  The Manx cafe at Bonners Ferry  is. now entertaining diners wit In  music From- a- "self playing violin  and piano.  Kimberley movie fans are to  have variety to the music-dispensed  with the films. Au organ has just  been installed.  There were only two enrolled for  the night school Classes at Rossland  and the trustees decided. not to  start night classes  Bluebirds were Reen in the Cran  brook district"on   November  12th,  and   the   Coiirier   is   hopeful   of   a,  long, open autumn.  Penticton has a small army of  unemployed. They are for lhe  most part harvesters who have  drifted in from the prairie.  Rev. C. Reed. Anglican rector at  Kaslo, has accepted a call o Fort  Saskatchewan, -Alberta, and leaves  for his new work ih January.  Rossland's biggest hall was not  large enough to take care of the  crowd that.turned out for a local  minstrel show, one night last week.  The Roman Catholic ladies at  Grand Forks realized $671'at their  annual bazaar. $407 iietfc-of this  was from the raffle of a hope ch^st  ������171 worth of poppies were sold  at Kimberley cs Armistice * week.  From this there is a profit of $43  which goes to the local relief fund.  G. F. Pearcey of Kelowna has  just alii oped half a ton of honey to  Liverpool in an effort to establish a  demand for hia product it< the Old  Country. ...       ���������������������������;--.  Cranbrook oldtimers are to have  a dinner and celebration on   janu  ary 16th.    Anyone who" has  resid������  ed in East Kootenay prior to 1906  oan attend.  , The Commercial Club at Bonners  Ferry is undertaking to-raiae" $300  n year for��������� five years in order to  secure a 15 aore tract of land for  an air port.  The Herald estimates that, fully  700 people were present at each of  the services of opening the new  ITnited Church in Pentioton on  November 18th.  Afc Grand F'orks the Gazette  gives a dozen specially printed  Christmas cards to subscribers who  pay for their paper during November or December.  , Cranbrook Roman Catholic ladies  realized $1800 at their annual  bazaar on November 17th.  Penticton will spend $3500 in  putting iu ornamental street lights  in one block of the, business section.  Bonners Ferry hears _thai the  National Paper Company of New  York is considering putting in ass  80 ton pulp and paper mil! either  near that town or at Porthili.  The cannery at Kelowna put up  200   tons  of pumpkins this sei  . Vernon has collected 90 per cent,  of the 1928 taxes. This is an 8 per  cent, better showing than last year.  Cranbrook Rod"and Gun Club  are asking the government to  appoint an official hunter whose  job it will be So rid the district of  cougar andcyotes, which are taking a heavy toll of deer-this season.  ;i;^������;sa;a'-1hyfiifMiiriiHriffliiiteii  mWAs***mt*mt*1*mm^  KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS  WILD ROBE LODGE NO. 39 .  JRKGULAR OONVKNTION  every SECOND  an* FOURTH THURSDAY1.  Pythian welcome to all v1b1 ting-brothers.  JS. MALfcANI>A1NfD O. F. AIUVtSTHONG  CO. Jtft,&S.  Chris* Church, Creston  SUA/DAY. DBG. 2       ^  ORTG8TON���������8 ������.m.������ HLoly Comrminlon;  7.80 p.m.. Evcneonpr.  LISTF.lt��������� U 00 a. in.. MittiMo  P?^.  UNITED   CHURCH  Kuv.B. 15. Onirin. B.A., Mlni������t*������r.  11.00 A.m.���������vVYNNDBL.-  2.80 |������.ni DANYON.  7.80 p.in,���������ORBSTON.  *   .  ������'   tt%\ jAlmmmmkm    Hi    Jtf       At^^      j^ltek  '   *_     SS  m trm wjf ������^t, 0tm* )������ug  BEALESTATE  IjlllU������!ff������ HOlloltod.  CRESTON,    B.C.  S.-m  usiness  We have watched many small business accounts opened in this Bank  grow. We could cite instances when  the small, business has gro***m to be  the leading industry in the community in which it is^ established. _The  service of the oliicers oi this iSank  may assist your business to become  a leading industry.  37  CRESTON BRANCH        -        - C W^ ALLEN, Manage  Branches at Ivermere, Cranbrook and Fernie  f BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid Up $20,O0O������00O  Reserve Fund $20;000jD00  Creston Branch -R.J. Forbes, Manager  y the Sack, Ton  or Carload  Maple Leaf and Robin Hood Flour  Bran, Shorts, Barley Chop, Crushed Oats  Chopped Oats, Wheat  Timothy, Alfalfa, Prairie Hay  We carry complete stocks.  In Flour, Feed, Fuel it will pay to get our  prices before buying elsewhere.  REATH  ������    . ��������� j.  BMHBI  BURNSftHOMPANYLtd.  MEAT MERCHANTS  >���������������������������':,  ������'     '     "��������� "|l"  ' ' " ' "������������������    '"' '   '1'"'1    '     ; '     ��������� '   *        ���������'���������"���������'  '    '���������!  jtRY OUH  SHAMROCK. PORK SAUSAGE  An eco a oai ileal dlfib, cany to ttur.ye.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GL&NDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Uovernnient graded, lilrprh������Bt quality.  FRESH nd CURED FISH  nil vnrletlow, ���������  sUtahprnsi BZEr, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL. LAMB  BURNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  IncreiuiOB epfpf prodiwtlon nnrt produooH better poultry.    Buy tho boot.  ttimmt, mwiw n n^iim ���������m*- w������1������i(inwt * wm *mi*i  mmm\<wmmmmm*(m*i<mAm^ \;  > /-���������  M.MYIW,   iORBBTON,   H.   jl  M[ocierii Aladidin s Lamps  The average man and woman realizes tliat tlie world is making progress  at an ever accelerated pace; that in the space of a few brief years greater  improvements and more wonderful inventions arc mads to add to the comfort and pleasure of life than were recorded in many centuries of tho past.  There was a time when people received news of any great innovation with  extreme scepticism, and ridiculed the idea of such things, being possible.  Today, the world is prepared to accept almost anything as possible.  However,, it ia the occurrence of some anniversary which actually forces  upon us a realization of just how great and how rapid is the progress being*  made by the human race. Such an anniversary came last October when  recognition was paid to Thomas A. Edison, in commemoration "of the golden  jubilee of what is generally accepted as being the greatest of his many great  inventions, the incandescent electric lamp.  The tale of Aladdin^ and his wonderful lamp has delighted readers,  youthful and adult, for many generations, but the accomplishments of man  in the world of electricity following Edison's invention of his ���������'"marvellous,  lamp, and the series of amazing inventions since then, and all more or less  directly connected with Edison's discovery, in many respects surpass the  most vivid imaginings of the Arabian Nights tale.  In this age of electricity, with our streets, homes and places of business  lighted hy the invisible current, our machinery operated by it, our homes  heated by it, with, every conceivable household device dependent upon it.  with it as the agent" to flash our news and messages around the world, and  because of which we are enabled to talk under tbe oceans and through the  air, it becomes well-nigh impossible to imagine a world lighted by the old  kerosene lamp and tallow candle. Yet it is only fifty years since the world  so labored in comparative darkness.  Had Edison, the wizard of Menio Park, not succeeded in his effort to  produce the incandescent lamp, would the world today enjoy all the pleasure  and profit of the radio, which*depends upon the use of the vacuum tube?  Would the health giving rays of the quartz lamp be conferring benefits upon  stricken humanity. No. To Thomas A. Edison the world is forever debtor  for his great contribution to humanity's welfare and the world's wealth.  Fifty years! Not equal to the average span of a man's life. Yet Edison  within that space of time has given us not only the incandescent lamp and  all that has followed that initial invention, but to him "belongs the credit of  capturing the human voice upon a cylinder of wax, thus giving us. the  gramaphone. It is thanks to Edison that we are ahle to produce pictures  in which people move as tliey do in actual life, an invention that is profoundly affecting the life and thought of the world. And now we have the  talking movies, the result of a combination of two of Edison's original  inventions.  Within an even shorter space of time the automobile has not only been  brought to its present state of efficiency and power, but it has been adopted  all over the world, completely revolutionizing our manner of living and our  mode of travel, and enormously broadening our knowledge of the world in  which we live. Within the short space of a decade we have witnessed the  airplane take its place as an accepted instrument in our modern life, and  even on these Western prairies it is now a daily commonplace to witness  these new messengers winging their speedy way from city to city carrying  passengers, mail and express. .  Science and invention is thus conferring upon this generation new wonders and new facilities of power, greater opportunities for pleasure and  profit, or, ill-used, greater possibilities for catastrophe. With all the powers  now being placed so rapidly under his control, man mifst continue to mount  higher in intelligence and in all those moral attributes which alone will  make him fully capable of rightly using the great possessions entrusted to  hir, and thc number and variety of which increases almost hourly. For it  must be remembered that in thc final analysis the use or abuse, the deriving  of good or the suffering of evil, arising out of these wonderful scientific  achievements, depends upon man himself and the attitude he takes towards  life and all its realities and possibilities.  In Memory Of Colonel McCrae  Oak Tree From Georgia Planted On  - iWefi-nB <nivuoore" csiqdus  ~     t"~-"~* ���������**w���������"wc, ** ���������  During Armistice Day a two-year-  old oak tree was planted on the McGill campus, at Montreal, in memory  of Col. John McCrae, author of "In  Flanders' Fields." The tree was sent  by the State Teachers College, of the  University of Georgia, on whose campus a siiiiilar. planting took place at  the same hour. It is noteworthy that  the beat known and most beautiful  poem, inspired by the Great War,  snouiu aiave ijGcii. wrlttsn by a Canadian, and the action of the Georgia  College is also a friendly gesture  which will be much appreciated on  this side of the border.  RHEUMATIC VICTIMS  Can Find Relief Through Building Tjp the Blood  Pain is the symptom of rheumatism that every victim, recognizes,;  and he generally attributes the trouble to cold, damp or changeable  weather. But doctors know that thin  blood is a marked characteristic of  the trouble. Trying to cure rheumatism while the blood remains thin and  poor, is an impossible task because  there is nothing to build on, A tonic  like Dr. Williams' Pink Pills that enriches the blood and frees it from  poisonous impurities soon banishes  rheumatism from the system. So long  as the blood is maintained in a  healthy condition the trouble will not  return. This is not theory. It has  been proved in hundreds of cases;-  here is one:���������Mr. J. W. Rose, R.R. 2,  Albany, P.E.I., says:���������"For some  years I was a great sufferer from  itieumatism and although I tried a  great many remedies, I did not get  any permanent relief until after I  took Dr. Williams' Pink Fills. The  trouble was located mostly in my  shoulders^_and at times was so "baa  that my right arm was almost useless. Of course I suffered much  pain and great inconvenience. My attention was directed to Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills through an advertisement  in our newspaper, and I decided to  try them. I took the pills according  to directions with the result that the  rheumatism has left me, and I have  never had a" twinge of it since. If this  meets the eye of any rheumatic sufferer my advice is, try Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills at once."     y  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.  g^T~X   r The Right Soap  4.  3 I .....imtZtK  v* j j niviumuS nnu������r������\  ������  ror isal������v?s Skin  In the care of baby's tender skin Cuticura Soapis^themQther^tf-ayprit������. Not  only is it unrivMe^n;p*(iiity ianct refreshing fragrance *but.;/its. .^en*a������^\������sniolUent  properties are ustially* liiffi&eht to allay  minor irritatiohsy a-nd promotel skin  health.    ' .;��������� y 'SPSS'."*���������^^-y--^-- y; y-y;;���������  3ampl������ Eaek ix*m I>jr:MW������**;-AiS'Ml^';fe������*'is*'SR'"J>sp^t? "Staa-  b������������M, Ltrt., Haatitil"   I'rlce, Soap 2Sc. Ointment 26 and 60c.  CuKicura Shading, Stick 25c.  South   Africa, Buying  Certified Seed Potatoes  Last  Varieties   Sent   From   Canada  Year Gave Good Results  Trade with South Africa in certified seed potatoes from Canada is be-  ���������**-*-������>     ������** W *.**������-* *.C\A C*U\JW.UOj".       I,*. 1MUVC      U(J      ii^C  excellence of our spuds.  Ljast spring small qu&utities of  Irish Cobbler, Green Mountain and  Dooley varieties were shipped to  South Africa from Eastern Canada.  They arrived in Capetown in excellent-  condition and gave good results  there.  The South African growers preferred" Dooley as more suitable to  their special requirexnents. This  season they are testing, at" their  own request, other varieties���������small  sized seed, of two to three ounces,  from certified crops.  The British Columbia inspector is  obtaining for this? purpose quantities  of two to three ounce seed of the following varieites: ���������-Up-to-date,, Sir  Walter Raleigh, Burbank and - Epicure. As there was no crop of certified Epicure in British Columbia  this season "Wisconsin Pride and Bliss  Triumph were substituted for that  variety. Results in South Africa  from this British Columbia certified  seed will be closely watched and may  lead to the development of a worthwhile trade.  A5S-Ked Air Route  Important   "Developments    In    Inter-  "Emplre Communications  laxpected ��������� Soon  An all-red air    route    around   .the  world is seen as a strong possibility  Long    Standing    Asthma.      Many  have suffered so long  from  asthma  and have tried    so    many    so-called  controller of civil aviation, who recently returned "from a sojourn of  two months in the British Isies and  Europe. "Enormous developments in  inter-Empire y Communication may be  expected within the next few years,''  Mr. Wilson said. ''While efforts so  far have been to some extent concentrated oh flights to India and Africa,  the eyes of British flyers are turning  towards Canada." The R-100 and R-  101 will shortly be ready for their  trial trips, and .ih the early spring  would be ready for trans-Atlantic  trips to Montreal. Mr. Wilson viewed  both of the enormous dirigibles and  discussed the cohtefplated flights with  air officials in England.  Certain morbid conditions must exist in the stomach and intestines to  encourage -worms, and they will exist as long as these morbid conditions  permit them to. To foe rid of them  and spare the .child suffering, use  Miller's Worm Powders. They will  correct the digestive irregularities by  destroying the worms, conditions  favorable to worms will disappear,  and the child will have no more suffering from that cause.  Hemp Growing In Manitoba  Hemp growing is gradually assum-N  I ing promising proportions in Western  remedies they think that there JS bo ��������� -a trouble the acreaee of IS*?  real help for them. They should read j Canaaa. Jjquwe the acreage ot i������-<  the letters received by the manufac-1 has been devoted to hemp growing at  turers of Dr;-J. D. Kellogg's ASthma? portage la Prairie, and" the yield is  Remedy from hundreds of cases once   very "gdod. " The    Manitoba" Cordage  Trees Used In Making Paper  Spruce, balsam, hemlock, and poplar together made up over 07 per cent.  of the total wood used by the pulp  ancl paper industry in Canada in  1926.  Move than 1,000',000 bags of coffee  will be raised In Venezuela this year.  Several  coal mines in  Ireland arc-  being abandoned.  Woollen Mill For B.C.  British interests have recently established a plant for the manufacture  of worsteds at Victoria, British Columbia. This plant has G,d00 spin'  dies and promises io prove an important Industry for the capital of  British Columbia,  In England 2,500 automobiles arc  being delivered to new owners every  week.  Out Great Agricultural Wealth  Canada    the    Best    Country   In   the  ��������� World For Farming  "I can say without any hesitation,  that Canada is the best country in  the world for farming at the present  time.      It has    greater    possibilities,  and there are indications that there  is greater stability    and    prosperity  than can be found in any other country," said Dr. E. S. Archibald, director in charge of the Dominion Experimental Farm at Ottawa, addressing  the Young Men's  Canadian Club  at  Montreal.       Dr.  Archibald  said the  crops in Canada  are worth  $1,167,-  000,000, which alone was equal to the  fisheries mines and forests all put together; dairy produce reached $300,-  000,000 which was equal to the total  of the fisheries and mines; wheat exports $422,000,000, or a third of the  country's total exports and that there  were over 225,000,000 acres capable  of producing, but npt occupied.    Ho  estimated tho Dominion's agriculture  al wealth at $7,820,000,000, and that  at least $3,800,000,000 of capital waa  invested in agriculture.  ���������as desperate as their own. Even in  long-neglected cases this famous preparation brings prompt help.  Aviation In Canada  Aviation is, in a healthier condition  in Canada than at any previous time  in its history. Development has not  been rapid nor has it been forced into  uneconomical channels. Every effort  has been made to keep it on sound  lines, as far as possible self-sustaining, and of direct7 value to the country as a whole.  Company Limited reports an increasing demand for its products.  Check Colds with Minard's L.iniment.  Mills For Dairy Factories  The approximate amount of milk  required to supply dairy factories in  Canada during 1926, "based on the  quantity of milk delivered and the  equivalent in milk of the butter fat  content of the cream delivered, was  7,118,940,782 pounds.  assess  ,NDioeftr.OM  AjCIOOTOMACM  Reduce  the Acid  The Only Alternative  After walking out with Jean foe  some months Sandy ^ventured to propose to hor, and xvnti accepted. Questioned by his prospective mother-in-  law whether ho was in a position to  keep a wife, Sandy confidently replied  in tho affirmative, placing the matter  beyond all doubt by volunteering thia  information: "There's hardly a morn-  in' but what I leave some o' ma par-  ritch; in fact, if I dlnna get a wife  aunc I maun get anithcr pig."  Sick HlonrmcliH, ������our atomncha and  InrllgoHtlon usually mean excesw acid.  Tho Htomnnh narvnfi ares over-fltliwu-  latt'fl. Too much ncld makea tho Rtoiw-  arh and  Inl.PHl Inert fiour.  Alkali klllH acid liiHtantly, Tho boat  form Iti Phillip''' Milk of Majsncsl". bo-  mum* one iuirmleHH, taatoluMU done  tmuirallzcM many tlinen itu volume in  arid. Since ItM Invention, 5(1 ynurfi ago,  tt linH remained the Mtandard with  phynU-.inmm everywhere.  Tuko a spoonful in water and your  unhappy condition will probaoly end  Jn llvo minutiifl. Then you will ulwnyw  frnnw whnt to do. cirtuta nnd harmful  methods will never appeal to you. Qo  provo thia for your own Bake.'It may  Havo a great mnny clinngreeahlo hours.  B������ miu'<j io li-ol ifuo ijuuuiiie t^tniiipw  Milk of Magnctdn prencrlbod by ph3'wl-  cJan������t foi.' HO yeans hi correcting exceaa  acids. Elnch bottle contatnit full djrec.  itloriH���������any drngntore.  Need Standard Grain Crop  Hon. W. It. Motherwell, Minister of  Agriculture, addressing tho Canadian  Club of Fort William, Htreused the  need of western farmers ralfllng the  standard oC grain which (Hioy produce, and reducing tho varieties of  wheat from SO or 40 now grown to  threo or four kinds, which Rhould bo  rogarded rts ������tandard and bo tho only  klndf! mlrnI't'-H'". Io No. 1 rrrv.<*.<���������.  Mliiurnl'M I.tnime.tit for <'iri|HK%  \V.    N.    IT.    1701  To break a cold harmlessly and in a hurry try an Aspirin tablet.  And for headache. The action of Aspirin is very efficient, too, in  cases o������ neuralgia, neuritis, even rheumatism and lumbago! And  there's no after effect; doctors give Aspirin to children���������often  infants. Whenever there's pain, think of Aspirin. The genuine'  Aspirin has Bayer on thc box and on every tablet. All druggists,  .with proven directions.  Physicians prescribe Aspirin;  tl sitsTsTK*      ������ ������.      a.  sSi        t m.        ���������  does NO I affect: the Heart  Anfilrln in Hi* Ir-Mito murk <t-**Uicro.l in aakiiuU) liidlcaUim- Jift������������-i* Mnni������������'������rl������r*. Wltll������ li  i* ������������<lt known (but A.*i,vlriii in������.inaj Uayn* j<v������jiiif������������!tnr������, to n������mirn thn )i<HiH<s Agalmt ttnlUu'  i&wv, t*h<9 Ttbletn wui b* ������t������imi,*(S wuh Ihtlc "Wrayeir ������r������*i** nr*rt*m-*riic��������� *1  "THE    TCTCVTTCW.    CTTESTOST,    B.    C,  /  tixt.mii imn hum  ILtOl UIlLuUINU ruiw  ING VALUE  Announce Delegates  To Air Conference  Regina.���������Milling values of the vax.  ious graded of 1928 wheat arid the  possibility of introducing "the protein  test into the grading system were discussed at the annual delegates' meeting of the. Saskatchewan Wheat  Pool, when Dr. F. J. Birchard, chemist in charge of the Board of Grain  Commissioners' -rain research laboratory, attended with an exri'pit oi  hread baked from standards ana  averages of the various grades- o������  wheat from the. 1928 crop.   -  jmjt..    *~*j.k;i.jlci,ji \a    mciefgu.   jl&*o   u������t*uwu\.Lu* j  comment on the report wjblch was issued from his laboratory" some time  ago in -which it was stated that -the  lower grades of wheat from the 1928  Winnipeg Postmaster Will Bo Member Of Canadian Party  Ottawa,   Ont.���������Announcement   ha3  x^^o Mai. uibOf  NOTED   MISSIONARY    HONORED  V-V^s,     ������������AX^������J.W    ^44.       .. ^m.mtm^  n*** hoayjiv dam  aged by frost so far as physical appearance goes, are appreciably better  in quality than similar grades of the  1927 crop. Ke read io ihe delegates  the comment accompanying the milling and baking data in his report and  was then subjected to frequent questioning.  Dr. Birchard, in his statements believed that, generally speaking, frost  had the effect of deteriorating the  quality of the protein in wheat but  that this was not the case this year  to the same extent as "usual, owing  to the fact that the frost came at a  time when the grain ^was fairly mature.  In answer to a question as to  whether results from an experimental miy. should be considered as fairly comparable with those to be expected fron^ a commercial mill, pr.  Birchard answered "Absolutely,  otherwise why do all "commercial  miils maintain    chemical  deputy minister of national defence  will head the Canadian delegation  which will attend the international  conference of civil aeronautics to be  held in Washington, D.C, December  12 to 14, inclusive. -  Accompanying. Mr. Desbarats will  be P.- T. Coolican, - assistant postmaster general, J. A. Wilson, controller of civil aviation* "P.. T. Bow^jr  postmaster at Winnipeg, Man.; anu  Wing Commanders X L. Gordon and  E. W. -Stedman, of the Royal Canadian Air Force. A number of other?  uirccly sn^cresien in aviation are expected to join the delegation.  Orville Wright, of Dayton, Ohio,  has been designated as the - guest ot  honor at the International gathering  ���������r������ x'scognition of his successful Pioneering in aviation, while a number of  outstanding figures in the field of  aviation are expected from the British  Isles.  Wellington, N.Z.���������H. R. Dix, i-epre-  senting the New Zealand Aero Clubs,  and Captain IST. H. Barlow, of the  New Zealand Air Force, sailed foi  Vancouver. They will represent New  Zealand at the international aeronautical conference which opens in  Washington,  December 12.  m* ���������*, f?���������i_i 1? ur i  ���������uiani runner fur tiesi  ies.  laborator-  Sir Wilfred GrenfeU, noted missionary and doctor of Labrador, who was  elected rector of St. Andrew's TJni"  versity, in England, defeating Lord  Melchett. the former Sir Alfred  Mond, by a majority of 157 votes.  Empire Goods Are  Given Preference  First Tri-Motored Airplane ���������For Use  In Western Service  Winnipeg, Man.���������The first tri-mo-  tored airplane for use in "Winnipeg  and the West will be brought Siei-c  this week by W. L. Brintell, operating manager of the Western Canada  Airways, Ltd.  It is a big Pokker-'machine similar  i:i construction and power to the  famous "Southern Cross" which  caused world-wide attention when it  bridged the Pacific. Ocean last year.  The big Fokker nas a 72-foot wing  spread, two feet longer than the big  TCn-m.fi    ���������w*.\**'*-*c.    "K*������m*iof*b*    *"*���������������������������������    TV/To n������4"/"\T*ka     frw*  testing purposes .'.by Bernt Balchen  and the late Floyd Bennett, early last  spring. It has a capacity .for 1C  passengers, and if the baggage'and  express are light, for -J&.  In commenting on the" mail contract let to the Western Canada Air-  iinnBtf a at   mr* viv * sn  mnmm ikilllk  ^SNNE  TABANTfl KAIL  svaawu sl\s   & raui,  gUVCX VLLXXmZ4J.\mf  Asked as to whether the mills use  No. 6 wheat for the manufacture of  fiour. Dr. Birchard answered that they  had, and said that from his experience he would say that they were using as high as 100 per cent, of No.  6." He showed however that there was  a gradual decrease in the percentage  of patent flour^ between One Northern  and Six wheat, the actual percentages in his tests having been 63.4 per  cpnt. for the One Northern, and 60.2   landr Quebec Harbor, and Miehinico  Make Preparations For  Closing Of Navigation  ������!'ilp Owners Asked For Final  Sailings On Great Lakes  Ottawa.���������In preparation for the  close of navigation all ship owners  have been requested by the department of marine to advise when their  last vessels "will leave the head of  the Great Lakes. Failing an agreement between United States authorities and owners across the border,  the department has been unable to  arrange for navigation to ciose on  December-7 as was hoped. -  All Canadian lights and fog alarms  on Lake Superior will be- kept in operation until the close of navigation,  with the exception of Caribou Island  which anay close on 'December rS*/ and  be replaced by an unwatched.^flashing  "gas light;   Otter Head, Davieaux Is-  Ifoped New Regulations Will Help To  Stimulate Production  Ottawa.���������Hon. W. D. Staler, Minister of National Revenue, announces  tHiat after February 1, goods entering  Canada under British preferential  rates must be of Empire material  and labor. Tho present percentage of  Empire materials and labor now required is 25. The new regulations will,  it is hoped, stimulate production  within the jEmpirc  A corresponding provision has been  made with, regard, to imports under  the intermediate tariff under. special  treaties and conventions. Hon. J. A.  Robb, in the House last session, intimated that it was proposed to in-  WfciyS ijy LilC ImHJLmm.lXmtJml  Mr.  Brintnell  drew attention to  the  Jf. 4-      J-t~*~.J-      4-1* m.       rn.~mmmmZm.mm     mm ������JJ 1*      T* m.      m������.      m^m.m.m...    '  ^f.CiAm.i.    LJ2<Xl.    UlAt:    I3CJL V1V.C    YV4.12.    MX.    mlm    OJkfC*. O.-  tion for the three - shortest * flying  weeks of the year, December 10 to  29. Trat would shorten the flying  hours, but the company, he. tert sure  cculd "make the grade" without trouble. A spare Fokker super-universal  monoplane would be' kept in readi-1  ness at Revina incase of mishap to  another machine*.  Public sentiment and public support would make it possible to carry  on the mail service as a regular service, Mr. Brintnell said.  Toronto.���������Herman Trelle, of Wem-  bly, Peace River District, was awarded grand championship for hard  spring wheat, at the Royal Winter  Fair.  Manitoba won fh*st and* fifth on  Durum wheat. R. Brcckinghon, of  Melita, was first, and Alf . Wood,  Glenboro, fifth, while second -^lace  went to William Darnbrough, oi* Laura, Sask. Samuel Larcombe, of Birtle,  won third on early oats with- a fine  sample of Alaska.  P"*^*~ ���������       ���������.*- ��������� ��������� -^ * Av.       * *. *   - -,.        _ __ j _;i_-_^.  J-JUV    UJULUxxij/ivii.    xxiT&GZi    \5-Hd       Sli vBT  trophy for  the   best   half  "bushel   of  wheat at the show went to Herman  XJJ*A *M������        kJU.XJ.Akr^^'  Grain Elevator For  Churchill Terminus  Will Have 1,125,000 Bushels Capacity  According To Plans  Port    Arthur,    Ont.���������The    C.    D.  Howe Company, ,of Port Arthur, has  been commissioned to  prepare plans  for a terminal - grain elevator of 1,-  crease from 25 to 50 the percentage i 125,000 bushels capacity to be erect-  of Empire labor and materials  quired in goods qualifying under  tish preferential rates.  per cent from the Six wheat. .The  "weight per bushel "likewise decreased  gradually from 64 pounds per bushel in the case of One Northern to 61  pounds in tbe case of No. 6 wheat.  fflw-s U.S. Elects^  DvJ:   l\IU  For Prohibition  ten Island,' East End, which may clos*  on December 12, and lie Parisienne  which may close on December 15.  May  Mean  Showdown  WitBi   Canada  Over Liquor Exports, Says  Official    Detroit, Mich^���������pne of the highest  prohibition enforcement" officers yin  the United States, sat "behind a desk  in a large office building Jiere^ and  summarily expressed his opinion  about the future of legalized mm exporting into this country.  "A country that .condones and  abets the exportation of liquor into;  a neighboring state where liquor is  prohibited cannot honestly command  tho respect of God or man. Obviously,  the presidential verdict can be interpreted also aa an overwhelming verdict for prohibition, and a showdown  with Canada naturally can be expected," ho said.  Ah Iced To TQxped I to Treaty  Ottawa. ���������. Recent .communication  has; been received from the British  B'overnment asking that Canada expedite the reply regarding the replacement of the arbitration treaty  between tho British Empire and the  "United Btaten, that expired Iaot Jusjc.  It Is possible such a request may  luive, been forwarded and not yet ro<  eclved hero.  To Raise Fanning Profession  Herman     Trelle     Thinks     Farming  Should Be, On Level Of Other  Professions  Toronto.���������"If there is anything I  can do in the way of taking the hay-i  seed out of. farming, I'm going to do  it," Herman Trelle, the world's wheat  and oats king, said upon his arrival  her^ to attend f the l'oyal winter fair,  where he h.as numerous grain exhibits. "Why shouldn't the farmer be an  educated; cultured man, the same as  those who follow*, any other 'profession?"  In 1320 Mr. ^Trtflle produced 15,-  500 bushels of entirely registered  seed grain,- with .the whole output  placed at the disposal of the Alberta  government, Which pays him a pro  mium for his product.  He has won championships in virtually every province in Canada and  is the holder of 21 cups. Mr. Trelle  haa won every trophy but one in thc  Dominion. At the winter fair he is  exhibiting wheat, oats ana peas, ,aU  grown under the same conditions  which produced him honors in other  years.  ��������� Saskatchewan Legislature  Announcement Officially Made That  Sessions "Will Open Dec. 4  Reginf,.. ��������� Lieut.-Governor New-  lands will officially open the fourth  scission of the Sixth Saskatchewan  Legislative Assembly at 3 o'clock  Tuesday afternoon, December 4,  Premier J. G. Gardiner has officially  announced.  The- debate on the address in reply to the speech/ from , the throne  WiU open on Thursday, December 6.  The honor of launching the debate  this year will fall upon Chas. Mcintosh, M.L.A. for Kinistino, who  will move the adddress, while Dr. J.  T. Waugh, the newly-elected member for the Arm River constituency,  will be the seconder in a maiden  speech. ������*������  rs- i ed at the Churchill terminus  of the  Hudson Bay Railway.  It was stated at the Howe Company offices that While a" start has  not yet been^ made, the proposed  elevator is to be after the sarae general plan as the * terminal elevatoi  at Port Arthur and Fort William,  with certain possible modifications  regarding the -facilities for; loading  ocean vessels.  This will depend upon local conditions relative to exact location. o������ the  plant and whether tide water will  have to be considered. Information  concerning this has yet to be obtained.-  ���������. '?ff y " ���������'"  It was also stated at the Howe  Company offices here that no information had been received concerning  plans for a Hudson's Bay elevator  for the wheat pool. C. D. Howe is  now at the Pacific Coast and may  have some correspondence in this  connection, but, that is considered  hardly probable here.  Manitoba'Liquor''Profits  Winnipeg.���������The Manitoba government liquor control commission realized gross profits of' $1,493,706.60" for  the fiscal year ending April 30, 1928.  The net profits amounted to $1,345,-  117.25, according to the public accounts proparcd for the provincial  government.  For Church Union  Edinburgh, Scotland.���������The . assem  blies of the Church of Scotland and  the United Free Church of Scotland,  both voted by overwhelming majorities in favor of thc union of the two  churches. Final decision on the ques-  iton will be made at the next assemblies in May. Both churches are Presbyterian in doctrine.  of Reward, which adds another vic-  tvij     ������.vf    j-iao    aucaujf    jl cl-llcll &auic    wi������i-  nings, partially won at the International show, Chicago. r  Champion half bushel of. barley  went to W. iD. Darnbrough, Laura,  Sask., on O.A.C., 21. Championship  for oats was* won by Win. Darnbrough, Laura, Sask. The winnings  in the classes judged were as follows:  Spring wheat except Durum: First,  Herman    Trelle,    Wembley,     Alta.;  second, W. E.    Darnbrough,    Laura,   ���������  Sask.; third, Wm. Pierce, Birtleman;  fourth, S. Crossman, Laura; fifth, W.  E. Darnbrough, Laura;  sixth, F.    E.  Smith, Swan River,    Man.;    seventh,  Paul    Braulieu,    St.    Flavie,    Que.;  eighth, J. E. Nixon, Wauchope, Sask.;  ninth, 'J. W. McGhie, Marquis, Sask.;  tenth, *P.~J.    Rock,    Morrin,    Alta.;  eleventh,   Alf   Ripley,   Indian   Head,  Sask.; twelfth, P. F. Robbins, Shau-  navon,  Sask.;  thirteenth, jtfels Skill-  stad, Chaulkleton.    Twelve    of    the  thirteen prizes go to western Canada  and there were    fifty-seven    entries.  First for Durum wheat    fell    to    P.  Brockington,  Melita,   Man.,  witb.  W.  E. Darnbrough and Wm. Darnbrough,  Laura,     Sask.,    second    and    third.  Fourth went to iBrown, of Millbrook,  Ont.,  fifth "to  Alf  "Woods,   Glenboro,  Man., and sixth and seventh tb Guelph  'and Udora, Ont., men.    *There were  ten entries.  There were sixteen entries in early  oats with Wesbrown, Millbrook, Ont.,  first on Alaska; Wm. Darnbrough,  Laura, second on Alaska; 'S. Lar-  combe, Birtle, third on Alaska; with  fourth to McCutcheon, Guelph, and  fifth to H. Cabana, St. Cuthbert, Que.  Oats other than early were 58 in  number of which William Darnbrough was first, and champion, and  Trelle second, on Victory in each case.  Third fell to Neis Linden, Wetaski-  win, Alta.; and fuorth to J. H. B.  Smith, Wolf Creek, Alta.; also on  Victory. Fifth went to McCutcheon,  Guelph, and sixth to Paul Beaulieu,  of Quebec." Hansmeyer, Vegreville,  had seventh, Wm. Whitelock, Kel-  wood, Man., eighth; S. Larcombe,  Birtle, ninth;.J. F. Field, Regina,  tenth; P. J. ' Rock, Morrin, Alta.,  eleventh.  DRIVES LAST SPIKE  Draws Attention To Claim  Ottawa,���������Admitting that ho threw  a stone througli a window of Rkleau  Hull, tim residence/ of tho govcruor-  fvoiicral, in order to draw attention  to liia claims for pensions, William  J3. Coulter was fined $2 and costs and  r.rdcrcd to pay $2 for tlio repair of  lhe window by tBio magistrate. Coulter .said he picked out a nmall window so tha damage would bo lem.  '\\*.    N.'   U.    1701  ��������� Ready For Grain Prohe  (ommlsslon Will Hold' Sittings In  ' Snslmtlu'-i.vnN 1)iir!n������ iDecembcr  Uoglna.���������The Royal Grain Com-  mission, appointed by the Saskatchewan Government, will hold sittings  In various 'parts of tho province during December, to Investigate the system of grading, handling, mixing and  marketing wheat.  The commlnnlon will consiet of  Chief Justice Brown, chairman; .Tc'nn  A. Stoneman, president of tho United  Farmerh of Canada, Saskatchewan  section; Doan Rutherford, of tre Saskatchewan College of'Agriculture; F,  Hedloy Aukl, deputy minister of agriculture; and H, V, Thomson, K.C, and  W. JC. Proctor, counsel for the com-  i ml anion/  ..���������^SWVTrfB*^ n JWT'  Aviator Has Narrow Escape  French Plane Falls  Five  Miles  But  LnntlB Snfely  Villa Coubly, Franco.���������Thc French  pilot; Le Moigne, attempting to  break the world's altitude record,  lost consciocsness when his oxygon  inhaler failed at 30,000 feet, and fell  nearly five miles before regaining his  t-enses approximately . -1,000 feet  above t5ie ground. He righted his  plane and landed safely.  Le Moigne had been in the air one  hour and ten minutes when his oxygen failed.  mmmsmsmmm  '"'"', '',"/j������'":V , "''���������'   '"'';'!yi*^y!':';;'''|,,v''"-'^-���������''    ���������    "-i-*  ���������. . ��������� . ftsVVi ������������������. ���������   fdj,"*iW>'   ��������� ���������' ,.    . i .   i        f    ,.���������!.,,;  I'      ''mm   .  ������������������������������������''^fmAmsk ������������������'/ "V'.      ������������������"������������������:���������."  R,'IS. ��������� tltcwart, founder of tho Stewart Valley Settlement, In Saskatchewan, achieved a long stand ing nvnbJ tion when he drove tho last apikc on thc  Aikins NortHly brnnclj of the Canadian Pacific Railway recently. Reeve  Smith, of fete wart Valley, held tha spike, and every member of tho community turned out in appreciation of thc hiHtorlc occaaion. "Put your hands to  the plow and work thin railway to Its utmont capacity" Mr. Stewart urged,  'when polnt.1'"Hj ont the value or ir.? new line fo the aettlcr������.  May Servo On CoiumJsHlon  London.���������It Is definitely settled*  that thc United States shall be invited to servo ori. the new reparations  commission and also that tho commission should draw up a soheme for  capitalizing and commerclallKlnf*;  Germany's reparation liabilities so  that bonds can bo sold to private investors.  Ik R11II  Walking  Now Orleans, La.���������Eight yeara ago  George Nometh, 2(5, left the-university he was attending to take a walk  because tho physicians said that vvaH  Uio oidy way ho could recover hia  falling health. Lutit week Nemeth  walked in and out of New Orleans  nu.li.tK oigtttli trip around the wpriu. THE  CBESTOW  REVIEW  Local and Personal  Wanted���������Active agent for Creston  district, good remuneration. Apply  District manager, y 610 % Silica Sti,  Nelson, B.C.  Chas. Moore is a business visitor at  Neieon this week.  - Turnips���������For sale, quantity of "yellow turnips afc $2.50 per hundred, lbs.,  delivered anywhere '-: in town. Q.  Cartwright, Erickson.  I  1  I  It is time to be thinking over the Heating problem for the  coming Winter. Come in and let us explain, and have our Prices  oh Heaters���������Hot Water, Steam and Warkn An* Heating Systems.  If you have an old Heating Stove worth fixing tin, bring, it in  for relining.   The cost is only a, fraction of the price of a new  Kc<atC-rv   "   ���������  . ������������������'--'.������  ' '���������-������������������'  ���������When buying Pumps, (single or double acting).'* Force Pumps,  Cistern Punips. Self Oiling Power Pumpsi* Spf^y Punsp*? juscI ?3������J3-  plete Spray Outfits, come and see us.?*- We are dealers in the  wellknown F. B. Myers & Bros. Pumps, Hay; Unloading Tools,  Barn, Warehouse and Garage JDoow, Hangers, etc.    f  Before fcbs cold weather come**, let.us install Hot Water for  you. Our prices -are 'reasonable.' Workaiansfisp the best. Call and  see us about prices on Bathroom Outfits, complete,'Kitchen Sinks.  Wash Basins, Range Boilers, etc.      -  In Blacksmithing we are able to take care of your every need.  Carriage Repairs, -fHorsesholng. F������*w Kepairs, Oxy Acetylene  Welding, etc.    And everything in Loggers supplies.  Fob Saxe���������Irish Spaniel pups, purebred.    Alex. Mirabelli, Creston.  Fob Sa&b ���������. Twelve pigs, seven  weeks old.  JO.' Murrell, Creston.  Mrs. C. B. Twigg is a visitor with  Cranbrook fr5ends,leavin*2 on Monday*  ._. Mrs. J. G. HantongtnH ������s ������ visitor  with friends at Macleod* Alberta, at  present.  Miss Louise Pendry left on Friday  for Kaslo. where she has secured a  position.  Miss M. HamKton left on Wednesday to spend a few days with friends  in Nelson. -  Father Gtillinan will spend the  weekend in Ore&tnn and will be hold*  ins? tb-p ;:*������������������������* Sei-vlceB.  Vic. Hiid s-eturned on Tuesday from  Nelson, where he has been a business  visitor for a few  The annual meeting of thc- Creston  Reclamation Company, Limited, is������  called for Monday night, December  3rd. C. P. Hayes is the retiring president. ��������� i  ������ew u������ys.  ������2>_   Kent���������Four mom bungalow,  good location. Apply B. F. Arrow-  smith, town hall, Creston.  -Double barrel  52  guage  5������������  o i i������i������pl  BlacKsfflitft  0q AfMtjlJMWelding  At  this  Season  of the  Year Every House wife  will be Thinking of her  Christmas Cooking.  For. Sale-  SteyenN >>hotgun,   in   best   condition.  "$15. ��������� P.O. Box tss. Creston.  J. McDonald of Fetnie   is  here   at  or   tiie    forestry  office in  the absence  of Capt. Oatts.  charge  'In farm papers ths* Family Herald  and weekly S&sr, .ASoptreftU leaps  thent all. One dollar a vear or three  years for $2, and with it. a superb  magazine free.  The Ladies* Aid of Trinity Church  have their annual bazuur with soje of  cooking and afternoon tea in .the  ohttt-ch basement on, Saturday after-,  noon, December 8th- *  It is announced that the ivz&~ auto  license plates will be. done in green  and cream. The .background wJH be  in cream with the figures and lettering in Paul Revere green.  We would remind you that our FRESH  FBUITS, including Currants/ Haisins,  Dates, etc., are in stock. This year we \  have procured genuine Citron, Lemon  and Orange Peels from Crosse & Black-  well on account of their superiority in  texture and flavor. All other ingredients for your Puddings and Cakes are of  the choicest quality.  Soliciting your attention to our  complete stock of Groceries  Crockery, Dry Gpods5  Furnishings, Hardware  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.  J*^rj*������������ ENB^ w" J^^ft    1^^  CREST  ERCANTEIE  COMPANY,   LTD.  s^rawsc.- raqHhirir.'.'1.-'"***' m  H. W. McDonald returned on Friday front Pineher Creek, where he  spent most of last week on a  business  visit.  t\     . *  ���������. .Mrs. C. McPherson arrived home on  Thursday, last .to spend a few week's  With het- parents, Alt*, and Mrs. Geo.  Nichols.  Dr. Manson, who has been in charge  of Dr. Henderson's practice duiing the  latter's absence at the coast, left tin  Friday for Princeton.  Foit SALE���������Children's garments and  Christinas gifts. - I am prepared to do  all kinds of sewing at home. M. Hills.  Fourth Street, Crestou.  There will be, ������ goose shone for  twelve geese at Dun O'Neil's on Wednesday, December 5th, commencing at  1 o'clock. Ooflfes" and cake will be  served. ..:'-���������  ; C. B. Twigg, assistant provincial  horticulturist, 'is at Vancouver this  week,, where he is one of the judges in  the fruit class at the winter fair.  Kev.   A.  and   Mr*-*   Gariick   are   at  Fernie this week, where the- former is  'attending the  annual session   of  the  |.rural deanery "of Bast Kootenay;  Oreston got its first snowfall of the  season on Monday; morning when  about an inch of it fell. Mild weather  since has taken most of it. However.  Miss Clara Morrow-left on Friday  for Trail, where she has secured a  position and will be remaining for a  few months. ���������   ���������-������������������;������������������  Mr. and Mrs. Frank .-Romano ie*  turned on Fi-iday from Michel, where  they have been visiting their daughter, S&.V0. Delsucca.       f  Mrs. A. Skalin and grandson left on,  Saturday for Edts-.onton, Alberta,  where they will visit, relatives for a  couple of weeks.  Ted. Bush, who has been working at  Beaverdell for Home weeks, is a visitor  with his parents, Alt*, and Mrs. W.S.  Bush.  A dunce under the auspices of the  Ladies' Guild of Christ Church will be  held in the Pariah Hall on Friday,  December 21st, starting ant 0 p.m.  Mrs. Lister's orchestra vvill supply  music.  Plan of re-sei-ved seats for the 'out-  night Chautauqua is now open at tha  drugstore. A reserved seat for all  four, programmes can be had for 75  cents, and are selling fast.  Chat lie Holmes who has been work-  ing at Calgaiy. Alberta. f������r the pa?t  two years,- arrived on Monday to  spend a few ive-?ks -������.ffh his parents,  Mr. and Mrs. JS. N. Holmes.  The   Family   Hern id    and    Weekly  ���������Hjtr  same.  ���������333=  " NORTHERN"  Rubber Footwear  The "Northern" range of Overshoes for  Men, Women and Children^ offers a wider  selection than ever. Jersey or Cashmer-  ette in various heights with buckle, strap  or Whlzzer fasteners.  Match your  Wlntwr  Coatum*  w*itn s  "Northern"  tailored to fit  Btyl-8h*a  Made with  1, 3, A or 0  B-ackXes  BRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, DEC.  1  99,*  A complete range of ���������Northern*' Rubber* unci  Sr><yl-Shus ie on hand to meet your need*.  tJWen'a  "cAlberte."  LOOK VOU THlt TttADK MARK  MMITIIW  vr    Tf>r*������v ���������������-***-**  4...     JmJ>*:*   V    t\W. 4L.  ������...  SM4  L/C/.,  4������.ii UJtl'illtll  LISTER TRACING CO.,  Camp 3 winter  T. ItOGiiiitW, Sirdar  CANYON TRADING CO.,  Canyon  One Night Only at  Rqgujur Prices.  Lillian Gish  r, : ,,  in  "Tiie Enemy  Tho play that thrilled Broadway for more than a year  has now been made into a  screen production that is  the dramatic sensation of  all timet Never has Lillian  Gish had an emotional role  to equal this one! Neveris  has Niblo, director of "Ben-  Hur," turned out a surer  masterpiece!  Comedy. <eNo Picnic *9  M - G - M - News  Star of Montreal  with its  wonderful  improvements bas no peer as an a-gri-  cultnral paper on thia Continent.    The"  best Canadian farmers know that.  -  C. W Allan' teft on Sanday for th e  old home in Scotland, where he will  spend.tne next two months on a combined btsi'sneMS ������nd pleasisre trip. - He  is due to sail frosn New York ted ay.  Mr. and Mw*. Crayford of Blairmore  Alberta,-who have, been visiting the  latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Comfort, have rented the EHston (Gibbs)  property, and intend spending the  winter here.    ._���������--���������  The annual meeting of Oreston  GuHtnff C'l'.'b ?s> eiHed for Tuesday  evening next,- December 4th, at 8  o'clock, at the town hall. Dr. Henderson is the retiring president. Ic is  likely the skips for this season will  Hiao be ejected at this meeting.  R. 6. Ij. Clarke of Vancouver, chief  Dominion fruit inspector,- with W. S.  Mcintosh of Ottawa. Dominion fruit  commissioner, made an official visit to  Creston district on Thursday last,  when the latter was conferring with  selling agencies and. .individual or-  ch-irdists on fruit ruat-keting maimers  generally.  It is Not Too Soon to Make  Your Christmas Cakes  and Puddings        y  Swiftly the days march onward and before we know it,  the great festival of the year  ���������CHKISTMAS���������Will fee up-  on us. "Preparedness".is the  watchword. You will find  every ingredient needed for  your Christmas baking at pur  stores. You will also find the  quality, and prices to be, to  your liking. We also earry a  full line of goods suitable for  Christmas Gifts.  Christinas AidSing  1 pound raisins, stoned  S pound currants.  2 pieces lemon peel.  I piece citron pee?.,.  4 eggs.  1 cup brown sugar.  IJ cupsmilk.  ������ teaspoon cinnamon.  | teaspoon allspice.  -| of a nutmeg.  1 cup suet.  1* cups Sour. -'���������������-- ���������-'  BOIL THREE HOURS.  9  Creston Valley Co-Operative Assn.  CRESiOM  Two Stores  ERICKSOH  Right Price  What  to  buy as   Christmas ;..������������������''���������  Gifts. .������������������.���������  We can help you aolve your  gift problems adequately and  inexpensively.  ������  Popular prices prevail on  Gifts for every age and taste.  Plenty of Variety  to Choose from  Buy your Christmas Groceries Now  Our Stock is Complete  m Am jf**a>*i^'a>*aH>*^i'���������  ���������ar*- A  P ���������^���������yg ,Mw*"imfj^^      ^^^,^,^1        ,^^^^,^1^        mwgmm^^^ ^^m*.  ^^i wr" l-H   1���������4   U   C,  .It. SLadt    M m*j    Z.^%^   ******  Dry Goods.       Groceries.   . Furniture.      Hardware


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