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 IMVHVI   ,A*1������������ ���������<_������   1  /  ���������\v?  = -x���������  ''fC ���������  Vol  XXI,  :_<*^ v.-'_l  CRESTON. B. 0-, FBXJ5AV, JANUARY 24,  r9S0  ISTo. 47  *'  ftS������  '"ft').  1; r  *',!  fr.I  .TO*  ft- .  j \f ��������� ,m v  P** *,������::!  <"������ ���������t*t.<>tity  I.. ^ *���������'  I  t"^k....,  Je  i\j*&  Bradley Head  Farmers Institute  Fruit  Committee   Pressing for  A-r-fr&      V  *l*-*ft   wtrtll   -T2i*r_r_ J~Z**tTV%Xrg**���������3  ������-vV-il *.������-������������������������������-.     vim*    ���������^_^*.-r w   ~w������ -_* - ��������� ���������*������������������>������ ������-  Direct Opportunity to Name  MembersGommittee Direction  Retiring President D. Bradley was in  charge of the annual meeting of Creston  Farmers' Institute on Tuesday night last  which was wejl attended considering the  severity of the weather. The Institute  is very little more than four months old,  but the several-reports submitted indicated that the organization had begn  active along severs! lines.  The Institute has shown a live interest  in the fruit marketing problem,, and a  splendid report. la this connection t?ss  givenliy W. H. Hilton, chairman, of the  In^Utute'a fruit committee* which am-  otysat other thinR_ revealed the fact that  the institute had -financed the second  meeting of the local B.C.F.G.A. in order  to provide an opportunity for a complete  expression o! local opinion on the mark-.  etlugw-bleiii for the guidance of Cres-  ton's fepre-sntatlves at the B.C:F.G.A.  annual meeting this month.  As this meeting did not fulfil the pur-  _.___ .___-_: _u :_ __._ __ii_j i_._ __^.-u^4-*-_  |iua<s &ua  wui\;u ������. wesao taupv .um*v������iniiwww  submitted a letter covering the situation,  which the meeting endorsed anti authorized being forwarded Premier Tolmie,  and along with the letter will go a copy  of the resolution favored by the Institute"  to secure control of the Growers and  Shippers Federation which elects the  members of the provincial Committee of  Direction. In addition to the B.C.  premier copies of the letter will fo?w������ded  all the other institutes and other likely  organizations.       ������������������' .?.��������� *; ��������� ���������:     -v^-%r&^-^'- ;���������':*-  The board of directors elected consists  of Don. Bradley- W. H. 'Bp^t^K../fi.:.  Paulson, Geo: "Nickel and Bmil Johnson,  aha these have since met and re-elected  Don. Bradley,, president, with Chas.  . Mureell, secretary..   ...   ]-..'���������    ���������; '.������'.-  T" \e was alsoaome discussion on the  SlJ iatidh of Kootenay Flats, and it  Wag ������greo^. thatsio grant of 'land should  be mad^ before reclamation. Likewise it  was felt t"hjat all residents should have the  right to obtain any land they wanted at j  drive and dance on St. Valentine's Day.  Further announcement later.  Mr, Botts returned  home last week,  after a two  months  visit at  points, m  Louieana, U.S.A.     -  Rev. A. Gariick of Creston .was here on  Sunday for Anglican Church service.  After service the annual congregational  meeting was held. Officers for -1930 are:  Acting rector's warden, A." E. Towson;  acting people's warden, H. F. Packman.  Church wardens���������Mrs. B. Andestad, "W.  Towson and Mrs. Davidge. Secretary-  treasurer, A. E. Towson.  The severe weather that prevails is  keeping down the school attendance at  Alice Siding.. On Friday the total turnout was only eight.  Miss Gladys Stewart  ago for Traii, where she is  remain for the neXtHew months.  left a few days  expecting to  Mrs. McDougsllj has returned .from  c|u-t_ an ������������A.C���������nu���������<���������. sssy as x ante, And is  a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Kelly.;     ' '-" ' ��������� ':  The cold weather is creating a heavy  demand for feed, and the hay-stacks on  the flats are fast disappearing.  rTbe ice harvest is in full-swing at Carr's  Point and a vesy fins sample ������f the frosen  fluid is being harvested. It is about 18  inches thick.  Four tables of players were out for the  Whist Club meeting on Friday night at  which Mrs Willis was hostess, and the  high scores were made by Mrs.Brubacker  and a Xvl.. Kelly, v?ho Is at present ocea-  pyinf the old Beazer place. This week  the club meets at Mrs. Brubacfaer*s.  %JJL"  CRESTON  Choese  Chillers  Si *" ��������� ���������'   <p   ���������   c  Fight Ri������ks Playing the Roarin'  Cjssns _his Sesson l_i^t__������!i** of  Rink Excellent ���������Cup  Play is  Going Strong in First Round.  __-T  XJash  'pis  ts"  Year Ending December 3 1*1929  RECEIPTS  DISBURSEMENTS  Real Ptoperty Taxes  19E9 Assessments ..._T.   1928 Assessments, Arrears..  1927 Assessments, Arrears...  Penalties, lS-S taxes.���������   Interest on Arrears   xRau_i  POLL TAXES...  DOGTAXES...  ..$2614.40  ... 349.44  ... 140.08  _ < 9.99  _..   -20.11  nee and gravelling��������� $4483.34  _.  _.���������..    104.04  Government Grants  liquor Profits grant ....���������  Motor license grant    Pasi Mutuel Tax grant������������������  Sundry Receipts  d^s>proval Fss, Sub-_5ivision  l&sl Estate Sales-.-__..-._;,_:���������.;__.���������....i���������  R������fund-^^qat������otstat������r.finstaJlation,MM-  ':."   nicipal Ha^_-__:.J._.-__. ���������__. ______  ?3593.58  _    603.4 vi<  219.S1  2.QS  76.00  40.53  $3203.97  7S0.75  196.40  37.00  3917.14  117.53^  .8202.79  Cash on hand January 1, 1929���������  Cash at bank January 1, 1929���������  20.65  2643.09  2663.74  a reasonable  price,  if reclaimed.  matter was.left to the directors.,.  This  Oscar Ofner was combining business with pleasure on ft visit at Cranbrook  last week.  Ice cutting started on Monday for the  C������v-Operative Fruit Growers Association.  Blocks about 13 finchc������ are to tog harvested. , f '  The January meeting of the Women's \  Institute was held tons Thursday last,  at  whicn it waa decided  to purchase nnd  equip a first aid kit for Wynndel scnooU  Arrangement   were made for a whist  . Highways  Street maint  Sidewalk consljruction  Sidewalk maintenance and recairs... ~ 39,9.79.  Bridge maintenance and repairs .��������� 1694.70  .t Tools and equipment.��������� . .... 221.75  |Shade trees and planting :. _ :... 69.32  .vWeed control.. . . ��������� ._   22.71  ' Park*  Recreation grounds and building,'installment  ���������.���������.-_. . _.   500.00  Interest ..^ ...... _,.._.... _...���������'..._..   186.74  Maintenance and repairs, buildings and  ���������rmJ-u.__.-l.il.' G<r\     -I^J  g~rCiSaldS ��������� ������.���������������-������- _-.. , _-...        au,40  - Fire Protection " ........  Maintensnce and repfass ..������������������.:-_��������� ���������___._.       ^ K,  ^&pHatiatM~and Grants ;-������������������ '���������������������������U-^j^f&k������$^  Grace Hospital c_...^..���������.������������������,���������_,.���������_..���������__���������     25.0^^  . ���������,, Chlldren!a Ail Society .���������_._..; ___._..,__..*   25ld0  "_MijBSur9-Crestott-_.^__ ____....    100.00  "Cresiton and District Women's Inetitute..     60.00  Armistice observation, wreath ���������.���������.        4.60  General Administration  SalariFW-���������- - ._.   ���������������-.. 476.92  Advertising. Printing and office supplies.. 136.16  ���������  "Legal fees...    65.00  Auditing and accounting   38.50  Municipal Hall maintenance...*. .  147.54  Relief of poor���������  ��������� ���������  14.30  Fire insurance premiums   100.48  Scavenging, Clean-Up Week...".....  55.90  Registrar's Certificates and Blueprints 23.41  Wprkmen's Compensation Board. ��������� 39:03  ��������� Travelling expenses    184,75  Maintaining pound���������water and repairs.... 16.19  Water rights   ;  7.79  Postoffice box rent  6.00  Safety deposit box rent  4 50  Special policing ������.... 4.00  Creston curlers will this season operate  on the always ideal schedule of one draw  a night a.nd a game.eyery other evening,  play; to start at 7.30 and go twelve ends.  This very desirable change is made possible due the fact that only enough active  play ts for eight rinks have paid the $10  membership fee.  Play, got under way on Wednesday of  last week, with the first draws in tl e  regulation President vs. "Vice-President  contest, the winner of which is entitled to  hold the Dr. Henderson cup, donated' la'rt  year for this this time-honored classic.  Those who will play this year are:  J. W. Craig, skip���������Fred Hale, Sam  Steenstrup, Reg. Watson.  Mi J. Boyd, skip���������R. Chandler, M. J.  Beninger, Mr. Wheeler.  ,  .A. L.   Palmer,   skip���������Dr. Henderson,  G. H. Kelly. C. W. Allan.  Dolf Weir, skip���������H. W. McLaren. Dr.  jMyRpngip- C. B. TtsTTcrcr.  Forbes, C. F. Hayes.  m    -rrr   "'n, s��������� ' _!_;���������.      't������     -  ' X .    TV .  X3UUIM&, -K.1JJ Xfc.   1\  Cartwright, L. Littlejohn..  rx__-   -p  rr������_i* j  jl euutu i  T  ...  _u.ci.~eii  S. McCreath,   Col.   Mai-  r? - 12.29  ��������� j������$$2-:?:  204.50  .  TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS during year..  Balance  Cash on hand, Dec. 31,1929   1090.84  Cash at bank (Commerce) Dec. 81,1929..   177.25  Cash at bank (Imperial) Dec. 31,1929....   291.33     1659.42  E.Reid, skip���������R. Howard, W,  Muir,  j^SS. A. Palfreyman.  S. A'. Speers, skip���������W. Fraser, Rev. R.  .   __i     _������i_*i_*._     % ������r_.     ���������_;*'_-__���������������__*  i jci* "oriuu, ivxr-   777-20|    Spares-H.  lvandaine.  In addition- to the Henderson trophy,  i there will-also be-play for the cups don-  ?S^&_|������ated-::by;;ex-i^esiden  spe^������Bai_fc-^^  ;! -yliie^aTlIvthe.players are moved -sap,,- and'  the skip plays lead. ''-.:.'.  President MI J. Boyd has devoted a  whole lot of bis time in directing, effort  to get the rink in shape, and the execut-  ?vetaretobe congrgt������jl������ted in 5*icuTrinE  some considerable expense in having the  ! rink electric lighted Iri&n^tiSe G. Q. WnH-  gers plant. ;.   --"  In the old days when the rink was illuminated from the rink's own gasoline  engine generated "juice*! it was only possible to have a Btring of lights down centre  of the building. Under the new lighting  system there is a string. of* globes down  the centre of each ice which helps the skip  a whole lot in figuring just how the rocks  are coming down the ice.  It is expected the season windup will  be.tho same as last year when a moat  successful bridge waa given and at the  conclusion of card play the various trophies were presented by the  rink  officials.  1817.47  $9307.11  MASQUERADE  $10,866.53  $10,866.63  BALANCE SHEET  Year Ending December 31, 1929  The Ladies' Guild of Christ  Church are holdiug Masquerade Ball in PARISH HALL  ASSE7S  Jan. 31  PRIZES  Pp-noy Coatu!mei Ladies.  Fancy Coafctimo, Gents.  Coiftifc CoBtume, Ladles.  Comic Costume, Genta,  M<_st Original Costume,  'iiifuvw'to hn home made.  Mrs. Lister's  Admission  Orchestra  ������    ������   ������    0 ������J%^������  whkli iucUiuwH t.ujj|)o4.  CASH~On hand, December 81,1929,.....$1090.84  Bank Commerce, Dec. 81,1929.. 177.25  Imperial Bank, Dec. 31, 1929    291.88   $1569.42   ' ���������. ���������... ������������������       ,  ��������� ���������-    -.    t. .....     ..*..' s  Arrears of Taxes  1928, assessments and penalties ..$ 169.40  1929 assessments and penalties    886.64  $566,04  Accounts RmeiwabU ���������  B.C. Government, Dopt, Public Works ... $ 286.81)  Office and Hall Furniahinaa^ $ 420.00  Less depreciation.      20.00$   400,00  Fire Fighting Equipment $1000.00  Leas depreciation , ,   100.00  $ 900.00  Road Machlnory and Tools, ���������..$ 4������1.75  Leaadepreciation      43.75  $450,00  Municipal Hall Building $1820.47  H Low uupreciuiiuil        K9.47   $12GO,,00  Storagfl I-Iouao and Shod    120.00  Less depreciation  :      10,00  $ 110.00  Animal Po������"������ ���������  W.OO  Real "KBtate Saloa, unmaturod nstalment ������ 36 00  Real Estate  Lot 46. Block 2 : $ 180,00  Part No. 2, Block 5, Lot 626 ��������� ��������� 210,00  Lots 8-8. Block 87       60,00  South 20.feat Lot 8 .���������, u  800.00  Recreation Park and Baildlnga :., 2600 00  $8280.00  , * $8897.86  Orofltmv, RO., Jmiunry irf*, "I ���������    .  LIABILTIES  Recreation Park and Buldings���������Unma-  tured instalments ���������..   Balance, Surplus of Asseats over Liabilities   $   1600.00  7807.85  CORPORATION OF THE  Village of Creston  siGpsyBrs  eeting  r  $8807.35  A. SPENCER, Auditor  A meeting of. the Ratepayers  of the v illage of Cresfcon  will be held in.  Trinity Cliurch Halt  I Utvaj UuiBi ���������_.3l  UHI ^t_AM_   _V   _VlM_NI  at EIxmHT p.m.     '  To hoar Reports of Mombeta  of the "Village Council  All Ratepayers etna  Invited t ^���������^-wwi^sfc^^  ������:*&MW*UsxrJl^s&l&U*^tev**iu&i,,  Z'Z&ZEZ&Zi^Wit^^  tfB^v&SS&^Z&izazz,  r^__a^*gWvrf^5>iB>UiM^i.������  wjagaaffirvff-���������-������r T"������n" ft ^^jflj*-^^ fr*"**1**^^  TTTin   RTCVTtnw. ' rrpFR'pmsr.   B.   o-  ���������������*���������  ^vDang������r������i~ complications ess quickly dc-  "V   -wclop if co _gbs and coi<3s> are neglected. At  ���������       the first M������n of trouble treat your  _ horses with the old reliable I  SP0MH  _-r   aa.  sk Redaction Of Income Tas  Praised b? horse owner* every-  year*. i  sr feottt  FREE SA E1P-E seat on Rec���������-���������*. Write todayIJ  S!������OHW M_!>!CA_.CO..T)*-   V-t,  *A*a. W. j  KLD HAPPENINGS  BREFLY TOLD  The department of national defence  ���������has ordered 16 new light .aircraft for  use In connection with training in the  Royal Canadian Air Force, at a cost  of $85,000.  The New [Zealand Government has  invoked force--of arms to enforce its  authority over British Samoa, and  end the long resistance of Samoan natives to its government.  Immigration to Canada in the first  eight months of the current fiscal  year���������from April 1 to November 30,  1929���������totalled! 136,440, a decrease of  2,152 when compared with the corresponding period of 1928.  Four crusaders In the cause of  greater markets for British Columbia  lumber have left for the Antipodes  for a four months' sojourn in Australia and New Zealand, studying tise re-  qu'rements of those countries.  Cannibal'sm is practically unchecked in the ffaroine-swept provinces of  China, George Andrews, a missionary  from Kaxtsu province- told British and  XJn ted States misskma: fes in an address at Shangha\ picturing scenes of  almost unbelievable horror and death.  Canadian Chamber Of Commerce Submits Some Important Questions  To Federal Cabinet  The views off the Canadian Chamber of Commerce on a.number off Important national questions were sub-  in" tted to Pr me Minister Mackenzie  King and members of the Dominion  Cabinet, at Ottawa, recently.  Headed by Col. J. H. Woods, of Calgary, president of the chamber:, a  deputation waited upon the prime  minister and Ms colleagues and presented a memorandum based on resolutions passed and subjects discussed  at the Calgary meeting of the chamber last summer.  Such important matters as the construction of the St. Lawrence waterways; reduction of the income and  sales taxes; seasonal unemployment;  development' of the Peace River country; construction of a national highway; inquiry into complaints of the  fruit and vegetable industries; development of Emp re trade, etc., were  touched upon. In the njemoranduni  submitted.  In connection with, the suggestion  of the deputation for rjbelfcuither reduction of the income and sales taxes  as when warranted by the IJomln'oii's  finances, and the avoidance of dupl calory taxation," Hon. C- A. Dunning,  Minister of Finance, made a few comments. He pointed out that the federal  income tax was a war measure, and  that the Dominion still required  money to pay war ofoligat'ons.  Suggestions bad been made by some  of the provinces that the Dominion  abandon the income tax. - But, said  Mr. Dunning, the Dominion could not  do without this tax. Another suggestion had been made by certain 'provinces, however. That was that the  field be divided between the Dominion  and Provinces.       The Dotn'nioa, for  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  JANUARY 26  STANDAKDS OF THELKINGDOM  ���������%"  etvetrA trial  Golden Text: **Biessed are the pure  in heart; for they shall see God." ���������  Matthew 5.8. ;f;--:   ���������'-;���������*       /  I_esson: Matthew5.1-48.  '.'.'"���������.  "Devotional Reading: Psalas 2_.1<-S.  "." ������j_pu_no>t������cs_s ������tul Cons-henta '.. .  The Scene, verses^^1, 2.���������-Jewish' rabbis usually sat while  teach'rig; and  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^=====bp______ Jesus followed the custom. Surround-  ' '������������������        . ���������''" ���������-, " ���������'-  7 ed by H's disciples, the Twelve and  pTAifis-fa   I BaesiA also  others.   He  "opened His mouth.  rrcoaccs   -..ague _ aQd    taught    them,"    in   Matthew's  Will  Eseurdta  World Hebraic statement���������a solemn way of  "_*  introducing words off great import-  * ancs.             ���������������������������'���������'.���������  General Smuts Says All Nations "Will Receipts For Blessedness, verses 3-  , "Sv^iu&lSy Svln 19.���������ESessed: y/iib.. this v/ord each, of  t������   ������-*-   ���������������������_-   *-,--.   ���������������-.   ���������������_������-������  *h��������� these verses begins. We call them the  In  not  more   tlrnn  ten  years  the Beattudes, from "Beati," Blessed, the  whole human race including Russia word with which they begin in the  will be represented   at   the   council Latin version.     Blessedness is higher  table of the X<ea������_������ of Nations. This 'than "happ'ness. Happiness -may seem  was  the  predicton  of General Jan tQ <**&** on circumstances: ble?p^d-  w������_   ������������_   p.-ui_������.Mu  w  ������'"������������' -<*** ness always depends upon relationship  ���������Mack Lattorla writes a&wat Iroa-  Isad Yeast. ThottsasMls ny adds 9  to 15 lbs. in 4 weeks. Compfosioa  dears Kike sag!*.Herres, constipation vauish ������-ercl___ Get Ironised  Yeast tablets from druggist today.  -his  ��������� itt/S'3S     _">  remedy. "Mrs. SybJHa. Spahr*s Tonslinia" '  for core  throats,    cough,    catarrh,    lieaa  colds,   croup.   bronctiKis.   ai,a . to.isir a..������~,.  men is.   Good result* or money P������ck.   t;y .  U. You can't lose. 31.69 post paid. Agencies wanted.      .. ".. '���������.:[      ,.... -     ':'-... .-...>,.-.  KITCHENER   TON8IUTI8   CO.,     ;  Kitchener,  Ont.  Wilder Silver McM  W.   T. Btacoun,   Dominion Horticulturist, Is Rewarded For Good  "Wsrlc Accomplished  The Wilder Silver Medal, one of the  highest awards made by the American.   Pomologica!   Society, has ' been  given    to    vV, T. Maeoun,    Dominion    ^ ^ ^ ^_.���������_ ���������    ��������� .���������.���������,.���������,._���������.���������     Horticulturist,   for  his" work  in  the  Chr'stlan Sumta, South African "^Sa Go^'Tmessedlaessls anTnftoteiy : breeding of new varieties of apples  statesman, speaking at a dinner in higher and better thing than'mere and in the interests of horticulture  New York, arranged as a part off the happiness," says a note in Wey- generally. The award was announced  --Mi-. *, *. TM. for O.. tentu ���������<g^*~S2S&grg'������������ U ^ ���������tine of the A_������fai.  anniversary of the founding of the pitied, but from the bigher and truer Pomological Society, held recently b.%  league. standpoint thev are to be admired, en-  "It "would ,be a very serious and a   vied, eossgratulated and imitated."  very    tragic    thing,"    said    General   ^^_,7h^eT^i>1^^^e_^>^  _   * ���������.     ...������   , ..... ., _ ..      in sp rit, said Jesus.      Poor in spirit  smuts. *'if when ait tne nations off the   ia  in  no  sense poor-spirited;   rather  Roanoke* Virginia.  Miller's Worm Powders not only ex-       _ terminate intestinal and other worms,  founder  and inspirer should remain  vacant."  In this and other references he paid  marked    progress    for    the    Alberta  "     T."*.   ".'       ���������_.-    __-     .��������� ] instance,   might   retain   business   in-  re-oort,  which  shows  an increase  in] .       .. . .  membership during- the year of 5,819.  Total membership at October 81st,  1929, was -40,915 with 4.625,309 acres  under contract. _  rt and Ha  Caused Her To Have  Oo!d   Hands   and   Feet  come taxation and leave personal income taxation to the provinces. With-  d������ut making any promises, Mr. "Dun-  n'sig asked the deputation to th"ss!c  over the situation with these suggestions in mind.  _������i^+ ���������_-_ +h������ v..Mv.iA m*-.,i.-4 -^v.-. ������-������. ailments of children. They strengthen.  spirit are the humble-minded, who are m young stomach, against biliousness  conscious of their neecV of .Qod^ those j ^3gretoc������_^ti-^Sfeetai where,  ^,-J-Ja-sS!?ff W S8^?^? < Se child^uffers from loss of appe������te.  woroa,.  conscious, it may be, of great s T_  ^_���������__-_>,   -rt-j+i,,-,,  *y%atr ������5������   s_  Stages, he pp nted out, was bound to  Luke's  version   gives! only. "Blessed  are'ye poor." and a vVriter. in the "__.-  pos'tory Tithes explains that the two  statements are one and the same, for !  the  poor"   was   a   recognissed  term'  enter into international conferences  whether within or_without the league.  The pact of Pat*is required. In this  way the method of conference for disposing: of international disputes would  ! the child suffers from loss of appetite.  will   b������  serve-to  allay pain and griping in tlie stomach,  frorn which children, so often, -suffer. :  Eastern'newspapers have revived  the" controversy -over the shortest  poem in the English language. Years  ������������v.i=>J_.jg    V&  .-- ��������� _��������� s __������ a '_   -l~-_   -_���������^-   I f���������rul  UCVUUIC   UUiVciEXU   <uiu  uai.--   ������_������._.   vwuio  amonr^e Jews for Ko^who^h^   ago>__e New York Sun gave^the Pr^  dedicated. themselves to the service of  about peace   would   be   guaranteed. ������*������ally poor^in this world's ^goods,  * ������ "but they possessed God. and having  without fail.  Mrs. Joseph Price, Red Pine, NJB.,  writes:���������"Several years ago I -was  troubled with my heart and nerves  and was so bad, at times, any hands  and feet would become numb and  cold.  *'I happened to see ������������������:���������  ytHEART"  Recipes, For _TH$ Week  <By Betty  Barclay)  Always Beady and "Reliable,���������Practically all pains arising from inflammation can be removed with Dr.  'ixiomas* s-clectrie Oil  Him  they had attained  blessedness.  Blessedness depends not upon what  one possesses, but upon what one is.  For theirs is the Kingdom of Heav-  to tfa's one, entitled  Adam  Kad's  'Fleas.'  The London Sunday Express notes  that Scotsmen are now using boxes  of c:gars they received last Christmas  Sis���������.ply  rub 'it  en.   Notice that each Beat:������ade g'ves i f Scotsmen who   received   them  the previous Christmas.  *tjf      MVUUJ. ������^������.-_r 4-������t_r  on the sore spot and it is quickly ab- ISS-^^Sff0?,,0^3?68^6^ ^r ^������s"  sorbed by th^skin. Its healng power  Jf������J ������13^' fAfr lLfai,^S������hS^ ^e . ���������  .  is coTiveved to    the   inflamed   tissue   may  th!n:ic .������f  it  as  having  for its'  remedy is'also a specific for all man-  9^5? .^ff S!*|?^S. -^t? ���������_* "l" fH?_  i ,������-"^ *"������*������������*������������    -_-������*a,^S ������  ORANGE BBEAJD PODDING  .1 cup bread crumbs.  2 tablespoons butter.  2 cups scalded milk.  2 egg yolks.  5/6 cup sugar.  Juice 2 oranges.  Grated r:nd 2 oranges.  Soak bread crumbs, butter, and  scalded milk thirty minutes; then add  egg yolks, beaten with sugar, and  orange juice and rind. Pour into a  buttered pudding-dish and bake In a  advertised and started tak'ng them at | moderate oven unt.l firm. Cover with  once. I continued for some little time, merineue  and since then I have had no return to  of my trouble."  Price; BOc. a box at all druggists  and dealers,, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co.,  Limited, Toronto, Ont.  iner __ s meais. Tne sermon on trie  Mount, which has been called "The  Constitution of the Kingdom of God."  contains a generous portion of His  great teachings.  ner of" cuts,   scratches,   bruises   and  sprains. Keep a bottSe handy always.  One Jump Ahead  Cubist artist: "You see, we moderns  strive for the purgation of the superfluous, which throws the accent on  the inner urge. Do you follow me?"  V'sitor: "No, I'm ahead of you. I  came out of the asylum last week!"  There   Is  some uncertainty  as  to  Accidents in London streets are re-   the  pbs'tkra  taken  by  sleeping  ele  sponsible for four people kilted and  phants, tout it is believed mat they-  176'injured every day, | sleep lying down.  "How d'd you    find    the  while you were away?"  "Just went outside   and   there  You  needn't\  Mlnard's checks  falling hair and stimulates new  growth���������adds new   life to the  entire scalp.  Rub into   scalp   four   times  a  week.  s  ^i5nisHiiBinii������inmiii������iii������iB!wmifnmiiiimi������iiimmiiiiiHiiii  Why Dutch Are Sturdy  Start Day With llrcnU.nst Off Many  Courses  A Dutch breakfast Is like no other  meal in the world. There ojre, to  start w'th, at least seven kinds of  bread, plain white bread, ginger  bread, plan buns, buns with raisins,  brown bread, toasted biscuits, sweet  cakes nnd n kind off fruit cake. You  will And nt least three or four kinds  o������ moat, could sliced veal, roast  beef, ham nnd sausages.  Then, if you dont see ft nil at once,  you smell tho cheese, two or three of  the Dutch Bpocla!tlea, including llm-  burgor and Edam. Thcra arc acvera!  dishes pled with boiled eggs, and, of  course, there are jama ������md honey and  ccnsonable fruita. The climax is n  pot of atcamlng coffee, not the insipid  beverage of the rest of Europe, but  tho real tiling from tho Dutch colon-  tea. *  GRAPEFRUIT. MARMAX.ADIQ  1 oranges.  1 lemon.  1 grapefruit,  "Water.  ' Sugar.  Sl'ce fruit very    thinly,    rejecting  only seeds and core off the grapefruit.  Measure fruit, and add   to   it   three  times the quantity of water, Let it  stand In an earthen dish over n'ght,  and, next morning, boil for ten minutes only. Leave until next day, then  boll two hours. Measure, add an. equal  amount of sugar, and boil,  strrlng  ||  occasionally,  that it may not bu-;n,  about an hour, or until It sheets from  spoon. Pour into star'lo glasses \ l'et  stand covered with cheesecloth, until  firm, then cover with molted paraffin.  WJWm IN BNG!_AN������  ������*i  ���������SORE::.  "\  ' ' ,   ��������� -M  "VilJ J;.''.lTf|ii '  W.    M.'  V.    -8M  B.C. Pilch art. Industry  Now Otio   Of   the   Moqt,   Important  Bronchos Of Province'** Fisheries  Starting with tho vary small beginning of one plant and a catch off 500  tons In 1G2G, the p lchard industry of  British Columbia has assumed very  lariye proportions and during the prcH-  cnt year there wore 23 plants in op-  oration handling a total catch off 80,-  000 tonn, making tho Industry ono of  tho most Important branches of B.C  unhorieH, Tho product of the pilchard  oil and meal th'a season Is valued at  $1,750,000, moMt of the otl going to  tho "United Statoa whero It ia used  largoly !n tho flonp industry, while tho  meal 1h nhlpped to Germany, Japan  and the United Stutoji.  1 MirersitiVn for ih*<> I������1n������! MCithilown.  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Therefor, the Invention  of WINDOLITE baa completely aatlsflal tho  long-fcjt want. , Exhaunclvo exporlmenta  have conclusively proved that it lu a most  ef.ectivn substitute for gloaa. that It freely  admlta the Ultrn-Vlole. rays, and that ltu us������  lias a most beneficial oflfect on tho growtli  and development o? pianto and ohlolcana and  on the well-being off cattle, enabled for the  tfli'Ht time to l>_ve healtliy light Inatcod oi  tfarkneaa In tb'jlr aheda,     ���������  Indoed, tSie discovery of W1NDOT.1TIB haa  during thf, laat alx yeara completelv revolution ���������ed gardening, given a new atimulun to  poultry brooding, Increoarttfr the ������f?fr>lav|nip  capacity and ffertlllty off chlckeni, has greatly  Imri^ovod the heath off cattlo and Is now bo-  lr^ uacd In doma-tlo and houuehold rociulra-  <nioitHitin|t  s  e  S  Distributors: JOHN  A.  1 61 Wellinffton St. W. '  K    ��������� ***'  CH ANTLER & CO.,  LTD.  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Inc.  -Sssa.  =-_>  -        SYNOPSIS  Al Stone, singing waiter at Blackie  .Joe's New York night club, marries  Holly, Winton,' a ballad- singer,  not  :Icnow"ng he is loved by Grace Farrel,  .a loyal iittie c'garette girl    **-���������- ���������**���������  knowing It, he fell into his character,  the happy-go-lucky singing fool. A  roar of applause came up and.mejt  him like a great w nd. He went into  his song, believing he could carry on.  . The stage manager relaxed * and  turned to" Grace. "What's the matter wjith him?" ', ^ ������������������.. . ' $&  ^, Qulckiy;; Grace explained andHabey  both watched-Al with anxious eyes.  Would he make it? He was singing  bravely, nut it was apparent to the r  well trained ears that he was faltering now and then. "When he came to  the chorus the quaver in his voce was  too intense. Once his voice broke entirely.  Suddenly It seemed to Al as if that  sophisticated audience d dn't exist. Instead of grown-up faces lie saw faun^  dreds off faces of babies and children,  pleading and beckoning to him.  Sables and c_._Edres, who had drifted  off into Never-Never Land, and  among them Junior! Junior's face  and figure came toward him w. therms-utstretclied.  Only Grace understood the dreadful  ordeal he was passing through. She  felt as iff he were sinking into that  sea of light wnile she stood by, unable to aid him.  To the audience it seemed as if  the intense fervor of Al's sing'ng.  keyed close to the. breaking point,  was only a phase off his skilful rendering, but the musicians caught the  occasional minor breaks and glanced  up w'th worried expressions.  Then the end came���������Al simply  broke o_f s'ngi-g in the midst of his  song. He stood there, seeing Junior  Tor Instant^^  a'v".. ��������� i www  'A SiNGlMSlpPAOVESff,  J_i������.������i" . -*.*  counter-action. She saw that what  he needed now was not rest and  escape.- He should be forced for  ha own good to go on as if nothing  had happened. She explained that to  him. ',     '   ���������  "Al, you mustn't back down, you  mustn't give aa inch!" she cried with,  passionate conviction. "I know bow  you feel and I sympathize with you.  Heaven knows I've suffered w'th, you  and for you! You must hold tightly  to the will to live���������"f not for yourself,  then for ane.     I love you!"  Al stared at her a long time wlth-  owt answering. Then he said quietly.  "You're right,, Grade."  .. Grace saw she had won the first  battle,"but she knew there would be  other skirmishes. However, the first  battle was the most important���������and  the hardest.        "  Al stayed on with the Marcus re-  fvue. Another   song was   subst tuted  for "Little Feller," but otheiw'se his  TiiWia Por Hewipapear Editor  j������- r    ���������        in  On������ Off ^Greatest -few-paper SkKtors  Off Great Britain To Be Honored  By'���������3ity Ot Maneaester^  Ci P.; jpcott,: chief proprietor of the:  MajiGh'ester''G^ tm^bis  resignation a few months ago one off  the-~"g.6atest;' - newspaper-- editors'.::'la  Great'-. Britain, w*ll bo honoured^ by  ths city of 3-aueh.eat&_ when" the free-'  dom off the city" la conferred upon  him shortly.  "C. P." resigned the editorship off.  the Guardian, which he had developed into one off the most influential  organs In the country, in July off last  year. The -��������� task devolved upon hia  son, Edward Taylor Scott.  On that occasion ���������"CP." received  from His Majesty a telegram, congratulating him upon his editorship.  -u_      ���������l-c      uuu,*���������_���������.���������i      _������y_  u,      y���������cuo,     <���������u  achievement which His Majesty remarked "was surely unique in the  history of journalism."  routine was Che same.     And as the  as plainly as he had seen him at the   nights passed Grace's contention "was  _ ���������-.-���������.fl  ���������Wn.*    /T������K  ���������  wins fai4e as a composer of popular |yes, the theatre, the lights. He tried!  .songs, Molly elopes with John Perry,  taking her baby, Junior, as she sails  for France. Al, broken by the loss of  'Ssis  son,"becomes  a. derelict,  but  is  .saved by G.ace Farrel, and recovers  to appear in a Broadway revue. One  :night he receives a phone call from  SS.Oily 8���������id  tiialicS to  S. _������OSp������.vS_ t.O __���������.������_  Junior latally ill. He sngs to Junior,  but his son dies. Then Ai dashes back  -to the theatre to find ha must sing, the  tsaxae song to his audience.  to rally, choked, and stopped again.  Swiftly the stage manager signalled  to have the curtain lowered.  As the curtain came down Grace  ran forward and caught Al in her  arms. The stage manager was by her  side to put an asm about bis star  s'nger and help him toward his dressing room. Fronx-beyond the curtain  proved. Hi's grip on life grew stronger  because he was -unrounded by people  who sympathized with him and because he had to work.  Strangely enough, Molly had disappeared in much the same way that Al  himself had  van shed  following her  CONSTIPATED CHILDREN  ��������� Constipation ������s one of the most  common ailments of ciridhood and  the child suffering from it positively |  cannot thrive. To keep the little one  wbIT the bpwels must be kept regular  and "the stomach sweet. To do this -  noth'ng. can equal Baby's Own Tablets. They are a mild but thorough  laxative; are pleasant to take and can  be given to the newborn babe with  perfect safety. Thousands of mothers use no other med cine for their  little ones but Baby's Own Tablets.  They are sold by medicine dealers or  by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams'' Medicine Co., Brock-  viiie. Out.  dread wiitterly weather-for the torture it icings from, sore; faces,  Chapped h-n���������a. frostbite aad cold-sjrtis.  . ��������� Wr������tE%e--ce������baiud3 and arms protected  ; by Za-i-Uu-, fre~ius_;i cul~ wj���������_s siraply  canaotr roddfin, rou^htsn anJ cIsajc your  skii������.Waab"witb Zaia-Uuk Medicinal Su-ap  aodappLytheZani-liukbdlin-ftBrdryjag.  There ia nothing like this Zam-Bak  treatment for'keeping the skin smooth,  ���������troiig; and flexible. Composed exclusively a������ rich herbal essences, Zans-Buk  soothes and purlScs the tissues and prevents all r-ttg-rasss and sorcuess.  Where the sk������n has alreaclw become  Chapped, blistered and sore, Za-m-Buj-.  because of us great antiseptic and kiea'.ing  ���������flower is doubly valuable. It takes away  -the smart in j������ irritation almost imrned-  aatf-lv. kills dangerous disease 3������ernss and  ���������quicisy heals -with new heaithy skis.  2am - Ruk is the best remedy oblainabl e  lor chapped, cracked hands, cold-sores.  frb-tthite.    chilblains,    winter    ������rczema  burns,   scalds,   and   all   wounds   nnr  injuries.    50c. bou. all ch~r~-~-.-  Hillle Hebs For This Week  Alberta's <5as Tax  "The love   of   Christ   constraineth  us."���������2 Corinthians v. 14.  .  Blest be Thy love dear Lo^d,  That taught us this pweet way:  Only to love Thee for Thyself,  And for that love obev.  -���������John Austen.  "The love   of   Christ   constra'neth  me."*'   It is in the light of these words  that we    come    to    understand    th������  meaning' of the cross of Christ. If love  [���������is to be-the king of your life  and  | mine, If with us here,  amid all the  'strife and rivalry that make up our  Despite rebates of $250,000 within   "workaday world," the voce that bids  six months  to users of gasoline for  us love is to be regnant over all other  industrial purposes, Alberta's gas tax  voices, somewhere or other there, must  elopement. As soon as the first shock ' hB3 P���������*���������^ aiiet revenue of ?1,750,> be the spall that compels us to do so. '  of -un'or's death had been softened in   ������00 ^^^^ April 1st and November   An aPOB������R haa found the spell when"  or jun ors ueaxn aaa oeen soitenea m  his mind, Al, at Grace's suggestion,  tried to trace Molly. When they heard  ..   CHAPTlDa XXXI.     .,  The bright lights were on, the stage  was empty, the orchestra played the  -opening- bars that heralded Al's entrance.     But   stilt   be   stood   is   the  -wings as' if in  a  trance,  fearful of  -attempting the song he had just sung  to his dying   child.    The    orchestra  stopped, started again, and -fhep���������stage  . :inanage-- ran toward Al. ���������     I^Ss^^r. :"'���������  "That's your number, big lHJy>^:-M'S;  ���������T can't sing that song," p^btesied  Al.    "IXnt tonight." >^MMf:::;  The stage manager saw soisc-mag-  was wrong, but he didn't know wbati  "It's too late to change, inby^ Al.  It's your hit.song.       Th'nk^--of the  :Bhow!" \.^.      (,    ���������...:_  The showl Al walked on the stage,  -driven by sheer force of w 11. There  -were the lights, there"was the orchestra leader, beyond weye. the dim sea  -of  faces off the  audience.  Without  Came  the  staccato  beat  of  the  ap-   How John Perry had gone through her  "After having on opeiatlon, I wan  very mlBcrable.wctik, ncrvouai and  very mem unfit to work. I *aw kydia  E.il,ilnkl-)nin'������ Vegctulik Compound  advettbed and tried it imd belleye It  helped me wonderfully^ I have no  weak������ptU. any more, the pa Ins have  left me and my nerves arc much better. I feci aafe in anylng Lydla H.  Plnlchnm'o medlcinv* have helped  in- M/o(ide������fuUy.'*>���������Mm. Wm. H.  Beechteller, Box 143. Pwt Cdbomc,  Ontario,  l'..''fe^*^V^'i.������������������.*���������^>h^������>���������n!i'',-. rV������s ^ D'Jp:'/s.'';������'n\',M\W*,T.ju.i;:|jiV������*A������  ��������� i...m,...i. inn���������,. -,  plause. The audience was bev/ildered,  but it realized that the best tr'bute it  could give was due the man who had  just stood-before it.  Al collapsed in his dressing room  chair, his -aead d^dpp'ng iiraply forward on his.chest. What had happened? .  .  , -. bh.yes, he remembered���������:  he had tried-to sing and'failed. Hei  rxdsed  his   _tead3 ^gazed   aroisnd"." tbe  room curiously and briought Ws -eyes.  back to Grace's face. Here; was dear,  loyal Gracie standing before��������� nlm7^-~-  that was a helpr.at any rate,; '���������'���������-  *���������'��������� .'T guess"! flopped, darling."   :...'":'  Grace did not answer. She s'mply  took;his face in her hands, holding it  idrmiy and gently, as if to soothe the  trembling muscles. Row curiously  large and br'Uiant his dark brown  eyes seemed with, the solid black  make-up around them.  As Grace tried to quiet h"m Al  saw Junior's photograph and heard  the ticking of ; his watch, which  seemed--strangely loud. It was like  a voice telling him that time was  pass'ng and that his baby had  gone away.  He picked up the watch and began slowly turn'ng the hands bnck-  ward���������to nine o'clopk, to eiglxt,  seven and six. .{"Then he stopped,  while an uncanny expression, almost  like a smile, crossed his face. Grace  drew back with, a terrihlo rising fear-  that he might be los'ng his ni nd,  "What la It, darling? Why are  you doing that?"  "I'm doing it becausp of Junior."  ^ His vl-ico and oyes were rational  now and  she  sbv    a    tear   splash  across the watch case,  "I'm turning my watch back," ho  said softly, "to the t:iao when ho was  still al-ve!"  No "one but Al and Grace knew  the fierce. .ot uggle that little Grace  passed through after Junior's death  to save tho mat������ alio loved.  . Xt oc.cmcd as Iff the menace of hip  first breakdown lurlcod, like an ogro,  just around the corner, waiting to  pounce out and ttend him. down arid  out. Its chance enmo with the passing of tho little boy Al liad loved  with h'������ wholq heart. So tho ogro  of despair was nt Al agn!n, while  Grctco fought vnllantly.  Shb watched Al like a hawk, fearful that "ho would disappear once  more. She know li! lio did eiUo would  novor iws able W bring him back. Tho  BGCosid breakdown would bo muoh  worse than tlic flrst.  On tho day .of tor hia breakdown  AVb old , wen ho off apathy tonic  poaaQBfl'ori'fOf Mm; too told Gmce  ho  would  ImvKs "to  quit   the   show.  money they were fearful that she  might be in want. But Molly had left  the city, leaving no-trace of her whereabouts. 2"?ot until months later did Al  learn that she had gone to the home  of a relative in the m'ddle west. She  never came back to Broadway,  - "As Al's se_3iidj recovery progressed,  so his plans and G; ace's moved closer  to material'satioii. ,S_ieiiftcame the.d&y  when he and Grace,.with a few of  their closest friend's, visited the Little  Church around the corner and were  married. Marcus, Blackie Joe, ,-and  Bill Cline, Al's former partner were  in that smalt group of friends. When  the ceremony was over, Marcus  wh'spcred to Al: "  "Boy, you've picked the right girl  this time."  (To Be Continued,)  At  20th,   provine'al   officials   state  least $50,000 more is expected to be  taken by March 31st, 1930, the end of  the fiscal year.  Corns cause much suffering, but  Holloway's *C5oru Remover offers a  speedy, sure, and satisfactory relief.  he wrote, -"the love of Car st con-  straineth ine;" and other men tb.au  he, aye,, a multitude whom no man  can number, have looked also into the  face crowned with thorns, and have  learned there how to love,���������Henry C.  Potter.  Speaking For Himself  "Call these prize cattle ? Why, they  Persian Balm-  loveliness.  the' peerless aid to  ----- j?,  A.���������_ v.9*  .  ._      __.   ��������� ��������� _���������-     _-������.--_���������-'���������_. ,-, .        _>a"nty to use. Leaves no stick'ness. A-  am't nothng to what Our folks raise, little gentle rubbing and it,is swiftly  My father raised the biggest* calf off  asy Biou around our parts."  "Don't-doubt it," remarked a bystander, "and the noisiest."  Was Famous Detective  India has a population of 320,000,-  000, practicing nine great religons,  speaking 130 different d alects, belonging to six   distinct   families   of  absorbed by the tissues. Tonic; in  effect; Sooth���������3 and dispel--roughness  aifcE chafing. Keeps skins soft and vel-  vet-fcSKttired. - .TJst rivalled?- for.: chans,  dlistinct'on and refinement. Used by  lovely women everywhere tb^pfeservo  and enhance ^their natural beauty.  "Dear Lord," prayed the co-ed, *1  don't ask anything for myself ���������- Just  give mother a son-in-law,"  =~ ���������...  -���������'.���������:���������      ' s  '���������  Passing Off "frank Frocst, One Off the  Most Famous Scotland Yard  Sleuths  After many years of well-earned  leisure, Frank Froest, one of the most"  famous old time Scotland Yard  sleuths, died recently in London, Eng.,  aged 72, atter an operation.  One of Froesfs: most dramatic adventures- was when he went to Argentina to arrest Jaboss Balfour, financial m'sdoer, on a mammoth scale,  whose story belongs to nea ly 40  years back, The detective found in-  riximerable obstacles- against him In.  getting Balfour cut off Argentina.  "'  Finally he got his man on a car  attached to a locomot've whicli went  at a breakneck speed to Buenos Aires,.  and despite the efforts to impede h m,  Froest got Balfour aboard a ship -or  England.  Dogs Have Oeed ������Tuclgment  Dogs have hotter judgment than  humans at tlinen. Ever notice a  canlno romp around a grouch? HIb  instinct know-. Ho may bo dumb,  but-(somehow cynics "nnd passim sts  arc anathema to him, Iff a dog makes  friends with you, you may bo sure  your dlspos tion is off tho right caliber. Even though ho haa fleas roanoct  him for his ponrpicnclty.  W.   N,   V,   182-  Wlth tlie 200-Inch teloKcopo now  under? construot'ion, astronomors cn:-  pact to poor into upacea off tho unl-  verso tlireo times as   far   as   thotic  horotoforo ponotratcd.  _ It takew neven yearn to bklng an  orchid plant to maturity,  P>     o V  Bin;  Tho man who wouldn't drive hta  motorcar lialf a mile when It'a out of  order, will often drive hia brain nil  clay with a head that's throbbing.  Such punfohment ian't very good  for one's nerves! It'a unw3ser nnd  St'a unnoeesaary.   For a tablet or  two of Aspirin will relievo a head-  ncho every thho. So, remember  this accepted antidote for pain, nnd  ,xBparo youracK a lot of neodlesa Buffering:. Hentl tho proven directions  and you'll dSiicovcr many valuable  uses for these toblola. For headaches f to chuck colds. To woewj ft  sore throat nnd reduce the infection.  For ��������� ToUevirLg: neuralgic, neuritic,  rlieunmtic pain.  Peopto unod to wonder If Auplrln  might bo Imrmful. Tha doctors  answered tbwt a,uotttlon yoara a������o.  ���������S? JB1  It In itof, Some follra stilt wronclw If  It really doea rellovo pain. Thut'ft  nrtttledl For milUonfl of men nnd  women have found It doen. To  euro tho cause of any pain you muafc  conliulfc your doctor; but you may  inlwayfl- turn to Aspirin for imrn**  dlato relief.  , But at th:������ dQclaratlon Gruco took I MlnaiHlV Wartl-. Ofiff tfirlp|irt.  jM^/Uff*l*.       jw^^^      __      j^||^_. 0*       J|. 1Mb.  I^p*-Jj) ���������^^"'Vk B' 'H/^^Bk H  "b_ ' H  vnAO*MMnKn������a. ^HE -CBESTON:' REVSB^r  Sleet storm  twenty-four  poles.  Tearing down 24 telephone  poles between Hope and Kings-  vale, a sleet storm hit long  distance lines of the B.C.  Telephone Company in November. One direct circuit  from Vancouver to Calgary,  one to Kamloops, one to  Princeron, and one to Pen tic-  ton were out of order. Alternate routes prevented a complete cessation of service between Vancouver and ^ the  points involved, and telephone  men were speedily on the 30b  replacing the damaged Y  January Session  VillageCouncil  Balance December Accounts are  Ordered Paid���������Name Eiection  Day Officials ���������Auditor Completes���������Expenditure -Heavier.  today*" ''They are* "Dr." Henderson, Geo.  Kelly," A; Ia JPalmer and Geo-. "Nlche-lls..  The three f orroer are all well known and  successful business men, while Mr. Nich-  olls, who is C.P.R. section foreman, while  asapp  not so prominent in the public eye,  has  me.  Kootenay Telephone Go,  LIMITED  ������������������������  Anita, six-year old daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. "Lee Heric, "had the misfortune to  break her leg while coasting on Thursday.  Medical aid was Immediately summoned  and the patient is- doing nicely,  ^W. G. littlejohn. was a business visitor  at Cranbrools at the first of the week,  returning on Tuesday.  Mrs. Harrison of  this week,,  -with her  Master.  The January  meeting   of  the village  council on the 13th was confined strictly  to routine matters, the most important  of wbich was giving the three readings to  the bylaw providing for the election  of  commissioners.   This rather lengthy document as.passed names Monday January, '���������  27th, as nomination  day'  and polling,,if  any, shall be on Thursday, January 30th,  and so there can be- no  argument as to  the correct time for election day it is pro-  1 vLded that coast time -will be  used.   The  clerk, Miss E. F. Arrowsmitb,   has   been  named returning oiScsr.  December accounts of $136 were ordered paid. These were some bills that  were not to hand when the special meet-  i ing was held last month for passing accounts, and shows a total expenditure .9*  December, of $1470, most of which was  on streets.  The commissioners also fixed Tuesday.  January 28th. at 8 p.m,.;  in Trinity United Church hall, as. the  date,  tims and  place of the usual   ratepayers'   meeting,  preceding election.    The date selected H  a good one as the old council will  have  [opportunity to review operations of  the  1 past two years, and   all   the   candidates  j nominated will have opportunity to state  ; their platforms.  I The council was ably to report stralght-  ' ening out a mixup tbat developed in cou-  ! nection with the improvements made on  j Main street in 1928 by the government  \ road crew. $530 was deducted from this  j year's liquor profits check to pay for the  i roadwork of 1928.    However the deduct-  been "here lor over 20 yearsP &nd has a  reputation for being both practical and  economical, Mr. Nicholls is the owner  of .one of the most attractive residential  properties in town and if he will make the  ' village look as well as his own home and  grounds he ought to capture a big vote,  Of the old council it is pretty well understood that A. Comfort and F. H. Jackson  will again be in the SielcV, and most likely  T. M. Edmondson, who is too well known  in. connection with municipal affairs to  need any introduction to village elector?.  Nomination takes place on Monday and  voting day is Thursday, from 9 a.m. to  8 p.m. town time.  ���������rift  in  spending less  than  consists  vniv eart\.  Ii by careful economy yovs. can  save- money* you Have taken a  long step toward contentment  We pay interest on Savings balances and shall, welcome your  account* ������_a  A total of 44 cases were tried by Magistrate Mallandaine in the police court  during 1929, and in these, with the exception of one case, where sentence was  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Vusxd $20*000,000  Creston Branch  R. J. Forbes, Manager  SI  suspended,  4.1   were either con-  Miss Marcella Sanf ord was a weekend  visitor with friends at Kitchener.  ion has beeit c-ut by |2SS which represents  Yahk was a visitor ' the value of the tar the village supplied  sister, Mrs. Mc- for the road work, and for which the gov-  : ernrnent was giving the village no credit.  When the $286 is received from Victoria  it will make the cheque for the second  I half of the liquor year $1641, or about  Erickson is exp eriencing a very acute' ������100 iess than the amount received at  water shortage. The community water \ the end of 1928���������in "this amount, too, !s  system went out of commission on Mon- 1 inc\uded the pari mutuei revenues due  day, and although every effort "has, been! the-village,.  made to locate the f reezeup right now it  looks as if water will not be available until  victed or sent up for trial.  The most  succespfui   ice   carnival  an  Creston's history was that of Wednesday  night at the skating rink when  Manager  C. Hamilton put on a fancy dress carnival  which   waa   followed   by   the  old  time    so-called   mosca^in   danse.   The  number   in   costume  was;   not as larj e  as expected, but at that the judges had,  their troubles in picking the prizewinners,  which were named as follows:  Best dressed lady, Mrs. F. C. Rodgers, fancy pier-  , ette, and best dressed gent, Chas. Moore3  , Knight of the Bath.    Girls' comic, Phyllis  : MacDonald, gipsy:   boys"**  comic,  Hub-  ' ert Beninger, Chink     "With skating clcs-  ! edfit 10 the moccasin hocdowr. followed  I with music by "Hector and Ron. Stewart,  ,accordeons;  Chas. Cotterill, sax&phode:  (T. Lacey,  banjo;    and   Bob   Marshall,  drums, and this feature   proved except"  ionaily popular, dancing continuing until  almost 1 a.m.   For t\e  convenience of  1 his guests Manager Hamilton had a stand  serving hot dogs, cake and coffee, and aii  . who attended speak highly of the entertainment provided throughout the even-  ng.  1 IF  \A; rs^r*   - \r_~.������i ���������"     % A/*->4-__-i  ,   _  VV .1^31.     z-vJcii-     %* ai.v.i     a.  1  Plumbin  Com113  and we will be there!  S. STEENSTRUP,  A. KEKD  s ���������  early spring.  Lee Heric left for Cranbrook on Sunday, to which city he has taken bis  daughter, Marion for medical treatment  Ganyon Gity  Canyon is into its third week of real  winter weather, with 15 below on Friday!  the   coldest   so "far.   In  the   past two:  weeks it has been below zero every morning.  For their meeting on Wednesday next  the Young People's society will "have an  address by Principal Stephens on the  topic, "Lawrence of Arabia." The following Wednesday Rev, R. E. Cribb will  guve a talk on "Evolution."  The equipment used  at, widening out  the rock cut at tho high level bridge has  Local and Personal  The annual c_ ngregational meeting of  St. Stephen's Presbyterian  Church was  held on Wednesday evening.   Considering the  condition   of  the .weather the  attendance was very good,   The reports  of the Session, Managers and other organ-  izationsshow the congregation to be in a  healthy condition.   The financial statement showed heartiness   and  liberality.  Some changes were made in the admin-  stration.   S. A. Speers and H. H. Taylor  w_ere elected  to .the  vacancies   on the  board of management.   W. S.  Mc Alpine  confinues as seeretary-treasurer, but' regretful, at his own request, was relieved  of the office  of manager.   A  committee  was named investigate desirable changes  in the church  property.   A hearty vote  of thanks was tendered all presenting reports.   Refreshments were Berved after  the meeting.  Just at present it looks as if the electo a  been shifted  to Washout Creek, where  similar work will be done on the main \  highway west of that  point,  with Tom j  Hickey in charge.   A camp ib being fitted  will have at least Beven citizens to choose  for the men and R. S. Be van will be in  charge of the dining hall.  There was a fair turnout of members  of Canyon Farmers' Institute for the  annual meeting on Saturdry night, at  which F. Knott, L. Moberg, M. Samuel-  son. M. Clayton and H. Young were  elected directors, and Messrs, Turner and  Mawaon auditors. The Institute ia having a dance at the hull on Friday night,  24th.  from when they go to the polls on Thursday next to elect, three commissioners to  serve tl: village for the next two years  Four candidates are definitely in trie field  KItoHetimi*  Mtea Laura Andeon left on Thursday  on a visit with her sister, Mildred, at  Cranbrook;  Miss Beatrice Molnndor, who Is attending high school at Cranbrook, was a  weekend visitor at hor homo hero.  M>. and Mrs, Keoler of KingBgato have  KrHved in Kitchonor and aro at present  occupying Mr. Sone-saol'ii liouje,  MIfjh Marcella Sanford of ErlcUsoti and  MIbh Ada Lewis of Crouton were weekend  end guofltH of MIrh Clara Hunt.  MIhh Olisit Nelson lm������ Juwt left lor Cmn-  hroolc for u couple of wooIcm' Htay.  N, K, IVvlin rncuivttd tho news n few  duyn uuo ojf tho death oC Iuh hL6,o������' who  pHHHCil uwety' quite nurfricnly In Lou Ang-  olon, Calif,  CUutdeSlmpHon, who 10 attending high  .'.chonl !m OoMton, upwind the wewkorwl  \vi1h l������ii������ f>ff������rr>nH br������r<������.  THE NEW  Raglan Sleeve  Wmdbreaker  THE PUBLIC  TSE PRICE  TS  III  ALT, WOOL  Siaem  3ti, 38,40, 42.  a variety of colors  specially priced afc  and  $jr*   O E_.  A RECORD development and progress of every Industry in Britisl.  Columbia is the nchlevement of 1929.  "Public Interest in those events was  manifest on the Vancouver Stock  Exchange. In 1929 $129,748,630 worth  of shares wore bought and sold on  tho Vancouver Stock Exchange.  Such a volume of buslnesu requires  an ahttout perfect system. The operation is governed by the laws of supply  and demand, lluylnii and aellina  . the *sfl(      " ���������  Gall in and loolc fcliGm over.  V. MAWSON  <.JKRSTON  Itt JLondon, New York and Vancouver, and are otrlctly adhered to.  The Vancouver Stock Exchaxifto, no  an institution, owns no stock in any  enterprise ... sponsors no stock  flotation , , . favors no.broker . . ���������  expresses no opinions about Individual stocks. It accepts no responsibility for rise and fall of prices.  No progressive country, looking, to its  industries and natural resources for  tho production of National Wealth  can bo without a Stock Exchange.  Like electricity, water, road-, transportation It tanks us a Public Service,  disinterested, neut.nl,  The purpose la to makfii trailing  efficient, tobroadcnstprlceiS Instantly from tho "Floor." The Public sots  tho price. And the Exchange lives up  ��������� to tho ideal,, expressed In its charter  the Exchange  without passing    passed by, Provincial Parlnimont In  axami nation*   h'htw principled *������S     3907, ao l������si{i qc It fwlQHis *n evi*������ry  Exehanfi.e operation nro alike     way tho duties given It to perform.  orders meet on the "floor.** These  ordcrt* set tho price, and tho Public  controls tho orders. Tho trading concerns securities of known "aluc, and  these securities represent undertakings on the threshold of a great  era of Industrialization of Western  Canada.  No undertaking can list its securities  on  an  Stock  ���������������,������^-',  wii^-.u_M^uai'j_g-.!_a_i'  Thh ���������nlw������vlhtimnl U jwhthfttd by Member* of th*  fii������������*mU\<nn Information coiu<-rtiht!t tf������f funttlottt nj  'fssisxsssisssfBtf  _  Vancouver Sloeh Kxchitn,  ��������� .. . .. . * ���������Stock Hxchttum* and  JJtiyittK <������"</ SatlhtH Secmltlot.  ������M* lit nftftfr M  th* Hmln**������ of  V.B.B. if-i-W  UMii^m ..1 ^iirt,i,;i.ii^iy_.iit  ., K J W������ft*UjHW.������������M������i:*!������  Bfii'i-fiiatiMWi I'min���������ai���������i E J-  ?;' %  iWfc*'  .)''$*'*���������  I.M  1 :> r .  l������'.7t  N  ���������the7cbes������6k KEyiCTT  /'  X  /'*  Servic*  THE Imperial Bank was founded during  the period when farming constituted  almost the whole industrial life of Canada.  City streets--were oiice thronged bis Market  Day and the teams v/aited at every post.  Times change-^���������the hitching post "has  gone���������but the farming industry jean nevcy:  be superseded. Every day is market day  now,, and the larmier is a business man and  a student of markets.  The Bank has always regarded the  farming industry as of prime' importance.  and -will give every consideration to the  interests of its farmed clients; "  IMFER1ALBANK  V-nu,tr-vi_������ar-v  fj'jn__"������g_.I. ijss'jrirl ^l^tf^_���������a,rtrfeaVi:^'nS^om'? ^"^^^Vork at Creston   will  v-r������  Cretan Branch :   O. W."A3_l������i3LN, Ma-iAger.  Branches at Cranbrook, Fernie, Irivermere  AsssSsTSf 0?er ''Obb Bei&si ssi B% MIUs:  'iCb  1MR  Qi aaaaaa ������������������������,>��������� ���������������������������������������������p������������--bc  -1 n  IB���������������������������������������������  ��������� ���������������%������XBa ��������� ���������*������ ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� a ��������������������������������������������� mib ���������������������������  F&r th& mSST in  ���������El  Give us a call.    We are handling the MAPLE 'LEAF  Bran. Shorts, Middlings, Corn, Cracked  Corn, Wheat, Oats, Crushed Oats, Oat Chop  Barley Chop, and everything else in this line.     .  Maple Leaf, Robin Hood and  Royal Household Flour  Prices are right.       'Try.lis once and be convinced.  A -meeting "61 the ratepayers is called  for Tuesday evening in -Trinity United  Church "baft at 8 o'clock,, when municipal  affairs, generally will be discussed. The.  The meeting is called by the village  council.        :  At the time of'going to press it seems  certain that at least seven citizens will  offer for village commissioners at the  nomination proceedings on Monday.  This is the biggest field the village has  ever known.  The prolonged cold spell is bringing  considerable trade the way of he plumbers and in handling the: situation, good  work and prompt service are being given ;  by Messrs. Steenstrup and Held of Creston Plumhlng & Heating Company.  Total- revenues ."Collected at Creston  ! office of the provincial police during 1SJ.9  totalled very close to $9000. Of this  .$6650 was for motor licenses, and $1307  for hunting, trapping and fishing licenses.  Police court fine* and costs were $810.  The Paulson electric light plant is placing its, "juice" in a number of the local  business places, and residences. Trinity  United Church, the pcstoft.ee,..telephone  central* Downey's poolroom and; the  residence of. A. L. Palmer are recent m-  atallatjons.,.,.  . Mrs. J. A. Bell has vacated the Commercial Hotel and is now occupyinj; the  King George Hotel.. This building was  recently given a thorough renovation  throughout and with Mrs. Bell in charge  is sure to attract a generous share of  public patronage.  The Ladies' Guild of Christ Church  are holding a masquerade ball in the Parish Hall on Friday evening, January 31st  Prises for the best ladi s' and gents'  fancy costumes, and best ladies' and  gents' comic costumes, also the most original" eostunie. Costumes to be homemade. Admission 75 -; cents, which includes supper.  . . -        i -      -   "  Commissioners Jackson, Cherrington  and Comfort sat as court of revision oh  the village voters list at the town hall on  "Monday morning, when two new names  were added and 5 removed. The list to  bs used at the sleetiorron Thursday will  show a total of 169 names.  *rbe' jn charge iK^is^^ehardB.-^an'd;; Miss*-  ! Ethel McLean, who has Just arrived from  Vancouver to be assistant he_Te../; / f  - Creston is -now well into its third week:  of decidedly.winter weather. The coldest  so far was 12 belpw on Friday, with the  general average about ten below for the  past two; weeks.-[ H." .Napier:���������- Denison,"  w^ho is incharge 'f'of the observatory at  Victoria, predicts the winter will be, a  real one, and his prediction is In a, fair  way to prove true. Mr. Denison predicted 1929 would be a hot -dry summer,  so he is entitled to considerable respect  as a, weather guesser.    Yesterday morn-  .t- WEiS.one above zero.,: ���������  Olsrlst Ohdrsli, Oreston  SUNDAY. JAN. 2S  CRESTON���������7.30 p.m.. Evensong.  I*  REAL ESTATE  Listings RoUcited.  CRESTON.     B.C.  ���������ri������,w,?-������,������-������it,",������'t'������v,y  ��������� yyyt-f ���������������  '������,������'.>,f'������lV ���������'������������������������  ���������5.  I   ���������  WIRE YOUR HOUSE  fai ELECTRIC LIGHT  ir ������-���������_-. W/^SL*r*4- 2 *-������ *tv������1-*i  5_=J[._!'%_'      ^j* ^    ar���������'-^^^ g    s   k   a kS    a   S  1! &������*  131 ������o  m.     3.4LS.  ��������� All work guaranteed to-pas^Government inspection.  Neat  and   serviceable* work   at  * Standardized Electrician Rates!  ��������� - ........   .-),--��������� ...  .... . ,-. ,,.   ....       . ...    ....  ^     .       .       ..... . . ...     ^ _  ���������   l  V  4  4  4  4  WESTINGHOUSE DEALER  Electric Supplies and Fixtures. Radios, Radiol as  . ������*.A. a.. A.-s. A .A. A,.A .<*..,������. A.->.������������. A.*���������������������������..  .A. A.  .-..A.A.  ��������� **- ��������� ^.~A ^*.**^-^'*^.  Qi������i miiuiiiitiii  a ihiijii ���������  ��������� ������������������������������������ai���������������������������������������������  lava������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������aHI  free  IS  ^ _    ������������10 *W ���������"*$. C #% i H  ' 'SoIe'^erit;'fbr'0^I>lJJCOAI.. ���������'-.'������������������ '���������������������������.:,  ^���������������������������a^9ii������i������.������lii>iikBiia������iici.liiaaiacc.iii*������ii������aMi������9>>*>>>������������>*>"**a������'aaaiaa>El  )^y  Is good wood for the Kitchen Kange  or your Heater. A good, big load for  $2-.50 delivered in town; slightly more  outside of town.      Phone your orders  early.  CJEti^tS. O. RODGEKS  Light 1  Light!  Light!  The "juice" will soon be here,  estimate on whink������ your house.  stock  of matei'  ing  rial  and  onr  Let us give yon an  We keep, a comrjlete  workmen   ate   the   best.  We,are now in* a position to do work  in a woi'ktnanlike manner both in Acety-    -     5  lene    Welding - and    Cutting,   Tinsmithing,  Plumbing,   Heating.    We   have just  received   a  complete stock of Pipe and Fittings.    Premier Acetylene     Welding,     Tinstfuth    ������in<l     Blacksmith    Shop.  In a newspaper report of a. basketball  match between Colville and Northport,  Wash., teams considerable credid is given  Billy Eayiffr formerly of Creston/ who is  now living with his parents at Northport.  Bill had the distinction of scoring all of  the eight points amassed by.:Northport,  who lost by a margin of 38 to S.  This week the new telephone directory  for Greiston and district will be distributed to phone users. It shows a total of  118 mimea at present. In assigning numbers the Review das been signally honored with No. 1. Crestos Transfere is No.  13, and 30 belongs to.road superintendent  A. B. Davies. No. SO^will connect with  the government vendor.  The International Joint Commission is  in   session   at  Washington,   D.C.,  this  month, ad justing the claims of farmers  and others in the Northport,Wash.������ area  for damage said to be caused from the  smoke and fumes from the pmelter at  Trail. Amongst the witnesses is G.J.  Bayle, formerly of Creston,now of North-  port, who is now v in the employ of the  Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company.  Notwithstandfng the severity of the  weather attendances at the Full Gospel  Mission are well maintained with new  faces from week to week. ��������� Miss Littley,  who has been associated in the work here  since early fall, has been transferred to  Jaffray, where sbo is in charge of the mission work at that point and since her departure Miss Price of Grand Forks has  been assisting Miss Richards at Creston.  In a few days Miss Prlce*will be return-  '. FIFTY RECORDS���������100 Selections  --. Four Albums, .and "pair Album Ends  $62.50  value witK   every Ortho-  pbonic Victrola Model 6-10 at  tni  ���������r^M  3s������  prices  '1 S s~S*^\P  These are for sale for a very limited time and may  purchased on the Easy Payment Plaii.  be  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  THE  REXAlLsI.  g3TOS������S  GEO. H. K1E1L.UY  ���������e  , ������������A.*.A.ai.���������.A.-.an4it.^, *\     ' - A.-A-JV.A. JV.-.-A-A. A-A-A-A��������� J^-JV-A . An A-,a\n A.-J,- A.. J. n A. - A , /p.. ff.  PREMIER: GARAGE  PALMER    d.    MAXWELL  obuvice on /wmythuvio, opebatrr bv gasolink  Below Zero  We have plenty of excellent IMPERIAL LUMP COAL and  DRY FIR and TAMARAC CORDWOOD for these  ,*very cold wintry nights.   Try a load and a cord*  ! ll������HP!&r������Lt������  KEG WATSON ALBERT DAVIES  TRUCKING,   GRAYING,   ICE,    COAL,   WOOD  '4'|M'^0^f|plWa^l*lqpFk1*JPaT*^^  -ar"  ���������������  ~yr~~������~*^f*~~yfm~f~~^~'~'n,~'qt'~''wf~rm���������ip���������y���������n"ii���������*irniW> * <Qt 'ty "' miri w'm "at* * W ������������������������)��������������������������� im n������niy<iii������i* ������ ������������������ ��������������� w ���������wi'ti������|M"iii,>j" gnaa  "  ' ��������� -        ' '     ' .    .  ���������       '    :.  The Coit&oUdated-"Alltiing' &  Smletlii^ Company of Canada, Ltd.  Office, Smelting and Refining Dvpartnicnt  'TRAIL, British Columbia  Smelters and Refimers  Purohnflern ot G<*h], Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.  Producer of GoldM Silver, Copper, Pip? Lead and Zinc.  '* TADANAC BRAND '������������������������������������"  'I      '  , -i#-,.������f ^#--^u*.jii������W1 ^  Mow Store  We invite ysou to inspect our  now stock of  Man's* ������Eme>&  fftufybGirsa  w nur^f. SluMp/ist ���������  HHoIfon Uten&IIa  Full stock,    Priced right.  \  -tttih aWSM iSSmsr ttt Mtf w# jhi *bH  Mm BMiff^SiiMB&Sii  Shoti and   Harnvmm   Repair in #  1      f^|   \B&B  wmmmmmmamaummmammmK  ���������    W"k IBM Em%9  BANFF  WINTER  SPORTS  CARNIVAL  TICKETS ON SALE.  MM MM     *&1I  Vr.tirlO'Mss(yeaJB    VJS^ t)P  1 to 8  TO  STS-K9  r MmBMm  &  from Htatlono in Albnrtn ftnrt in  Brttinh Columbift (UovolBtolw,  Kootonuy Landiwn; and Kn-ni)-  LIMIT FEB. 10,1080.  Rejuvenate   in   the   Exhilirating  Moumtain Air.  Ski-intf  Ski-Jorin^,  Skfutinrf  Sleighing  I-Iockcy  Curling  Tobogganing  Packing  Sno^Rliocing  Trap������booting  Swimming  Dancing  i  For full Information oak tho Ticket A������cnt or write G.  D. BRQPHY  Dintricl, PiiBBKsnKor Av,mitr Ctimiclinn Puulflc Railway, CALGAUY, Allu  .������������,.4..^>.A....A^A.A..A...A.A_A..A������A,.A_A..A.A^A.A._A.A-.A.A.J.A-A_A^A.A.-A.A..A-A..A-ArA..A-f^.. a^A,^ :"^bhb.: BEVrcrftr. creston, b. a  *W<wmmU Mwmm ffte gardens  Immigration and X-/nsxnploysiigiit  At the present time much ia being- said ami ���������w.iitert on Sl-S twla subjects  of Immigration and tsnemployjaaent. Hardly an issue of a daily paper appears  that does not contain some reference to the problems involved, hundreds of  letters to ed tors are penned expressing- one view or another, conferences and  conventions pass resolutions, and, Governments, Federal,. Provincial and  Munic pal are struggling with the difficulties confronting them. There is in  all quarters a tendency manifested to shelve the responsibility on to the  other fellow, to. in the deHcriptive language of the day, "pass tho buck," ama  "let George do it."  With n recent weeks headlines in the press nave in-oriued a ruadiH^r  public that "3.000.CCO are unemployed in the United States," that in  Germany "2,000,000 are out of work," tfiat the number of unemployed in  Great Britan "remains between 1,500,00 and 2,000,000," while, coming nearer  home, that "the unemployed situation is acute in all large Canadian centres  of population."  What is the cause? What is the solution? The United States has been  experiencing a period of unexamp''ed Industrial growth and actlv'ty. In 1929  Canada enjoyed the most prosperous year in its history, with all records for  manufacturing, building construction, and development of natural resources  reach ng new high snarks. I>esp:te depression in certain basic sndustries.^  Great Britain icports more people at work than before the war, while  Germany, we are told, is "coming back," and regaining much of her former  strength in the export markets of tbe world.  In Canada the cpinicn prevails "n many quarters that our smemploy-  ' ment problem is largely due to an influx of immigrants, but such a cause  cannot be advanced tn the case of Great Britain, Germany, or even in the  "United States, with its r'gidlv restricted immigrat'on quotas. Yet unemployment seems to be almost universal; in fact there is less in proportion to  gcapuia.- on in Oai_������m.i tTi%n ������n other countries. Ss, the csusc lies .*is_p  In immigration, although, of course, it undoubtedly has some effect.  .918  op-  Gsofi Word Fair Weraen Drave.s  "New York Cotnsnissloner Says- More  Men Break Tai.BlcI-a.W8  . Cosnnalasioner   o?   Motor Vehicles,  Charles A. Hartnett,- states that wo  mess drivers in New York State repre  sent 16 per cent, of the total number  in the last four months 27 130 mer  violated traffic laws���������as against 653  women.  On  an  average day 250  men are  arr&'gr-ed and only four women.  . Over th's four-month period J  niert  were  up  for speeding,   as  posed  to sixty-six women.  "Difficulties over car lights "have  brought 4^635 mess to court, -while  only sixty-nine women were charged  w'th. similar offenses.  Smoking motors were charged  ag-a'nst seventeen men. but against  not one woman.  One woman was very legibly .booked for intoxication. To offset that  showing there were 132 men accused  of driving while drunk.  Thirty women fa'led to keep to the  right, 4,076 men did 1 kewise.  Severs women mistook a one-way  str������_t= There wero 481 ia.es ^ho made  the same error.  Thtrt^-two women did not have  their licenses at a crucial moment.  Similar lapses of memory affected !,-  226 males.  ~._������t-_?.t.tM    ....  ror a; ������������--������������������s;s   ���������  iNei&ftSTio^.    s  ACIO STOMACH    |  HevMsrttU"-*     I  What gnsut people calt indigestion Is  asuaJly excess acid. !n the stomach.  . he iood has soured. The knstam tem*  *-dy is an aikaii winch, neutralizes  ������cids. fi-Ltt don't use csii.de helpa- Use  ������vuac your -doctor ^oUtd advsse.  "i'sae .QCtiri bxip ia irusiiip;,' mine o!  Magnesia. For the 50 years since Its  invention it has remained dtaudaru  with physicians. You ���������will find nothing  else so quick in its effect- so harmless.  ������u etiicient.  One tasteless spoonful in water cei*>  trauzea many times its volume us  sc^d. The results are immedsate. wlta  no bad after-efl.eets. Once you learn  this fact, you will never . deal watte  excess acid in the crude waj-������. Go  learn���������now���������why this methdsd ia su-  lie sure to get the genuine PhtlMpsf  Milk of Magnesia prescribed by physicians for 50 years in correcting excess acids. Each bottle con rains full  directions���������any drugstore.  To Extend News Service  Tribute To Canadian Industry  %v������ar*_-  INFLUENZA'S VICTIMS  Ireft Weak, Miserable and a Prey  To Disease In Many Forms  One of the most treacherous diseases afflict "rig the people of Canada  during- th.e winter months 3a influenza.  It almost invariably ends with a complication of troubles. Its victims suffer with alternate fevers and chills,  headaches  and  backaches. It leaves  them -an easy prey to bronchifs and  pjiesimcasaia. Indeed, the deadly after  ths^* 1 effects of Influenza may leave the vic-  i tins a chronic invalid. You can avoid  Movement   To   Enlarg-o   Newspaper  Canada Has- "Cleanest"  Tea  Service In Western Canada house In the World  Newspaper publishers and editors ' On a tour of the Dominion, under  of western Canada, members of the the auspices of the British r Inst tuta  Canadian Pressi met at Vancouver re- of-Certified Grocers, six -post gfad-  cently, in preparation for the great  extension of the news service in western Canada follow hg the print eriza-  Uon of the leased wire telegraph, circuits now in progress from Winnipeg  to Victoria* which will about double  the worda^e laid down in the indsVd- |  ual newspaper offlces and will permit  scope for much freer interchange of  news as between the four western  provinces, as" well as the publ'cation  of more eastern Canadian news In  the .west and more western Canadian netg-s in She ess_, -'-���������--  In the United States is it not partly accounted for by the fact that for  came years past mass production has been ma ntained on. a scale hitherto  unknown, and the marketing of this enormous producfon has only been  possible through the sale of every conceivable kind of article on the Instalment plan, until the average income of the buying public was ted up in  advanee for long per'ods. Possibly the saturation point has been reached, and,  people being unable to buy more, even on a credit basis, production had to  slow up.  Is it not also true that the enos'nsous sums now invested ������n automobiles;  radios, and other-expensive but, in the case of the average citizen, unproductive devices, being thus withdrawn from productive enterprises is having its  effect on other industries?  Again, through the inventive genius of th's age, labor-saving machinery  and appliances of all kinds have had  the result of enabling- one man or  influenza   entirely   by   keeping-   the  blood rich, and red by the use of Dr.  Williams' P'nk Pills. If you have not!  done this and the disease attacks you,  you can banish its deadly after effects  through; the use of this great blood-  bulding nerve-restoring tonic.  . Here is proof of the power off Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills over this trouble.   " Mr. F. H. McMullen, Belleville,  >ns  VSS._3  igo,   f  -fol  lowing" a severe attack "of influenza, I  was left in such a weal*, condition  that mv friends thought I would not  get better. I developed nervcus indigestion, and my blood.got th'n and  watery. In this weakened oondition  I began the use of Dr. Will'atns' Pink  the bettermeat  4*������caJi4e&������^^b������_GU%.    a.O?  uates visited the Montreal plant of  the Salada Tea Company, of Canada,  Ij-'mited. The following report made  by the secretary, Mr. C L. T. Becoming, appealed in the Tea & Coffee  Trade Journal, of New York.  "During the tour they (the graduates), inspected some of the wholesale and retail tea concerns in the  Dominion, and they considered that  the Montreal plant of the Salada Tea  Company was the neatest and cleanest tea blending -warehouse and packing centre in the world."  Camada hHs reE?**��������� to "be ���������nrowd of  industries that can make such, ass  impression on visitors of this calibre.  k.   "���������  of "the.:, news service,  both foreign and domestic, 'were endorsed and in particular the meeting |  : ���������;���������  went on record as recommending to   Falling- Hair���������Just try Mlnard's^  the board of directors of the Cana- !  ��������� ���������   dian Press the early establishment at"  Tok'o of a Canadian Press staff  representative, now that a Canadian  ministry has been established in Japan.  woman to do the work of two, three or more, with a consequent lessening of  pais, and these did what other medi-  the ratio of employment to vo'ume of output. Wages' to those employed are  higher, but the number of workers actually required in many industries is  less, although their output is greater. Here in Western Canada we nave an  example of this in the big drop in the number of farm nelpers requited  through, the introduction of tne comb"ned harvester-thresher and the increasing use of motor trucks over horse drawn vehicles. As one result, too,  the tendency is again in the direction of larger farms, whereas not many  years ago the bel'cff was fairly general that the day of smaller farm holdings  providing for more famil'es on the land was approaching.  What governments, economists, manufacturers, labor unions,. and our  whole cltizensh'p must realize is that a present paradox of unemployment  In an era of general expansion and growth is the result of chang'ng world  conditions. All countries are affected. Everything ?s in a state of flux. And  because all count ies are affected, and also because far away fields always  liook green, people everywhere are looking elsewhere to better their condition.  The inev table restilt is that all countries will more and more restrict  Immigration as a measure of the'r own national salvation, v  What will happen then? There is only one answer: People will have to  cine had failed to do���������-brought me  back to health and'. strength. ��������� I can  honestly say I think them the best  blood builder and nerve ton'c known,  and I shall always praise them." _  You can get the pills from your  druggist, or by mail at 50 cents a  bcx from The Dr. Will'amsr Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  There are 21 million telephones la  the United States which can be connected to seven million "n Europe for  conversation, using   radio   telephony  across Atlantic.  B.O. I-umbering Operations  Pour hundred plants are engaged in  manufacturing    lumber   ps^oducts   in  British Columbia, involving an Investment of '200 miU'on dollars. In 1928,1  the  cut was over three billioii feet.,  These plants employ forty thousand \  people  and pay out in wages sixty  million dollars annually.  At one enterta'nment- given by  George 'Wash'ngton, the candles to  light the banquest hall cost ten ^dollars an hour.  To Pay $20,000,000 In Cash  The growing- prosperity of Canada  is Indicated in the official announcement that the Canadian Government  w'li redeem in cash a loan of $20,000,-  000 payable on February 1, 1930. The  revenue of Canada was greater in the  first ten days of the current fiscal  year than the total for the whole of.  The strong- no less than the weak  must bear tire penalty of their own  matures. The man or Nvoman who has  leashed to stand alone must not complain if left to stand alone much of  the time.  AHABYREMEEBV  FOB OQUCO0NSHfWI0N.OI*ARHEA  the year IStJS, the first year of Con-  adjust themselves to changed, and still rapidly changing conditions. They ��������� federation. Tlie surplus of revenues  w'll have to work out their salvation at home. The problem is a hug-e and |over expenditures lost- year would  d fflcult one. Nobody yet has the solution. All must think and study, and  that is the sole reason lor this article���������to encourage real (study of the  problem, instead of the present prevailing tendency to lay the blame on  isomebody else.  Says Insanity Increasing  "Emkient Psychologist Makes Somewhat Startling AHsortlon  After copious consideration and  profound contemplation an eminent  psychelojd'-t asso ts that it Is only a  matter of time when wo w 11 all bo in  the a-rvlum. Ho finds that insanity is  isicreaslng rap'dly, thai; a few centur-  JJO YOU  SUFFER WITH  HEADACHE?  So easy tr* i*ct quick relief and prevent an attack its the future, Avoid  "bromides awl slope, They relieve ������iuick-  lv Sun affect the heart ami area very  dai'Rcraus. They arc depressing and  only give lemporary relief, the cause  of t-hc headache stul remains within.  The snno and harmless way. First  correct the cause, sweetcts tho aour  and acid stomach, relieve the intestines of the flccaycd and poisonous.  food mnttrr. gently Htimiilntcthe) liver,  _1������rt the Ullc flowing and the bowels,  fiiisft off flu- vvnato mutter wlilch causes,  yrmr iK'iulaclie. Try Carter's Little  Liver Pills.  Druggists 25c red t)Ug������.  ies hence practically tise whole vtorld  will be daffy in the bean, In a universe of nuts a squirrel may be Iting.  The fact that ^tho world is go ng  crazy is no surprise to some folks,  Thoy think that it Is that way already. But on the othor hand there  are some of good vcputcfc who a o  still able to figure out that this is not  such a rotten world after all, and  that there is enough skill nnd Intelligence available to keep the machinery runn'nrjf for nn indefinite period,*���������  Los Angeles Times.  have nnoro than paid off the national  debt of Canada as it stood in tise early  seventies of the last century.  W.    "N,    U,    "1821'  Unemployment Relief  Ueprfim City Council ProJoctiMR; Olvle  WorUa During Winter Sewn cm  ������  At an nntiiMi rsrwt,- nf $20,000, an-  othor sower programme is now being  \ con������ dered by Regina City officials as  an unemployment rol'of mennuro, tm<.\  will supplant the programme already  uncloi'talcon and nearly completed,  To elate thlo winter, eight and a  half blocks of newrora havo been dug  "by day labor in various Bootlona oi;  thu <jlLy au i.Miuujjj|.uyml i-wSJoi. Art wull,  a planlc walk projrrammo of IB blockn  has recently boon ������tartocl for sjnom-  ploymont relief at a cout of $M00.  Awfful AHtSmm Afttisnlsa, la there  a member ���������-of vour family who Is in  the power of this d,stress"ng trouble?  No service you can render Wm will  utiuttl the bringing to lals attention  of . Dr. .7. D. KelloK^r's Asthma  Romedv. Thi" remarkable remedjr  j-ests its reputation upon what It hn������  done for others. It has a truly wonderful record, coverins" years and  yoara of nuccass in almost ovory part  of thlu continent, and even beyond tho  sens.  Real Service  If a shower comes up In the city  of Berlin, the ped/nstrlawa will find on  tho no>ct corner an automatic machine for tho vending' of umbrellas,  Drop 15 cents in the slot and walk  off with a brand-new stos*m aheltor,  Tho umbrellas aro made of oiled paper  and may not, last a lifetime, but thoy  are proorl fm* a doxoki <o������" snore atomia,  and aro rSjrht handy wlhon the drops  are dropping.; "  A pleasant, medicine for oh'ldron la  jytothor arnves". Worm Ksctormlnutor,  and It Is exoft^cnt for ds-lvlng: worms  I'roro tho ^y������tom.  When it cornea to wheat, aayn tho  Toronto (ilohOt Ofisnatla iw uuro of her  ground.  'Wmt iy������rt> Tlironi "Neo'ilfS Minardi  W&tltm Representatives:  HUNTER-MARGIN -Sfc CO., REGXIi^ SASK* THE   REVIEW,   CTRESTOK.    B.   C.  TAKES HOPEFUL  YIEW0ES1IOBS  OFNAYALPARliEY  j)v':'  "f-ondoh," "Eng.���������Great Britain can  only move on the sir ne pie that other  nations - move correspondingly with  feer, and that when an agreexnent on.  naval disarmament is arrived .at, It  shall represent an international policy  adopted by the other nations as-well  as Great Britain, this compr sed the  fteynote of the formal remarks made  toy Pr'me Minister Ramsay MacDon-  ald, when he met a couple of hundred  newspaper correspondents of-all countries, both resident in London- and  specially sent to the British capital,  who will report the naval disarmament conference.  Among po nts- the prime minister  established, were that Great Britan  Ss looking for the eventual elimina-  tton of the battleship, both on account of its tremendous -expense (Mr.  liacX)onald mentione4 they cost ������7.-  000 000 apiece), and. also because of  the differences among naval, experts  concerning- the"r, ut'lity. Until battleships are eliminated it is sought to  jeffect a gradual reduction in their  tonnage and. gun-power when- replacements are made.  British authorities, the prime m'n-  Sster continued, took a hopeful stand  en theinstrusrientsalready effected,  euch as the I^amo pact,-thepption-  al clause b'f theworld,'coiirt* agree-  meat, and the pacts of Washington  and Paris with a uumbes* of additional regional agreements. These instru^  ssents had already given the Whole  ���������jD-orld a greater1 feeling of security, so  that if the risk of war had already  Seers reduced, it was surely reasonable, he sa"d, to expect armaments  eouid be reduced.        ~ __  Premier MacDonald stressed that  Sf the conference failed, it would  mean the world would be faced with  ' 10 or 20 years' competitive naval  ���������feu'lding. But ne was confident it  would achieve a treaty effective in  r&ducsisg K&vles to the lowest level  cons'stent with ��������� national safety.  Today also, Lord Bridgeman, first  Lord of the Adm'ralty, in the former  Conservative Government,, attacked  the Labor Government for lowering  the Brit'shlevel of cruisers necessary for Empire defence, from .70-to  ������0. Tise jusUfieaUon, for -this given  . by the government, the improved at-  Mj-opHere resulting from; the Par's.  pact, "is most urjtconvlncing,'1' Lord  Bridgesnan. said.'"'  . Bpeak'ng to the British Naval  Zjeague, I_ord ;Brldgeman added the  belief that some agreement might be  reached in a spirit of gvc-and-take;  "but others must give as well as ourselves."  Start Hazardous Trip  Five-   Men  Slaking:  .Tonrney  Acjtoss  Rockies On Skiis  Jasper.���������Five young men have left  Jasper, Alberta, on a 300-mile skii  trip across the Rocky mounta'ns ' to  Banff. It will be one of the most haz-  ardeiss adventures of Its k'nd ever  undertaken, and if the trip fe sue-  cessful it Will be the first tim>~ such  a crossing has been made during the  Winter- months.  The members of the party are;  Vernon and Allen -Jeffry, Pete Withers, P'flnlt Burstrum and Joe Weiss,  all of Jasper Park, and all esper enc-  ed mountaineers and skiers. They expect to conclude the.r trip by February,  The, adventure was planned last  spring .and during the summer adequate caches were placed at strategic points.along the route which, in  some cases, Will be more" than 9.00Q  feet above sea level. At such altitudes very low temperatures, in  some cases sixty below zero, are likely to,be encountered, and the party  wli also have to face such dangers  as unknown snow^ponditipns and the  elmination of trail gu'des that are visible during the summer.  As fair as is known this is the longest continuous ski tr p ever attempted  anywhere in the world.   ,  countess os* 'ssiASfzajQi  Vessel Adrift On Atlantic  ������-������.  ffiFMSSIRT  -������&?a  ia������ayp -' sra ^_������ *_*���������������  Childrea 3i��������� In Fire  Steward Is   OffereS   For   Retui  Schooner To Newfoundland  Halifax.���������A reward of $1,000 is being offered by the government of  Newfoundland to any officer of any  sh'p who goes aboard the schooner  '"Neptune'''* and brmgVbacfc to Newfoundland the vessel that is drifting  at the mercy of sea and wind somewhere in t^V North Atlantic. iHer captain, accustomed only to shore navigation is unable to bring her to port.  This information, broadcast from  Cape Race, was received by C H.  Harvie, local marine and fisheries  agent. Hundreds of shps crossing the  Atlantic would pick up the  message.  The schooner has been drifting  helplessly since it left St. John's Nfid.,  oh November 29, and was driven out  to sea by a hurricane that scattered  the fleet of 10 vessels with which the  "Neptune" had left for home ports  on the northeast coast of Newfoundland.  The "Neptune" carrying 19 persons, was reported "all right," 720  miles southeast of Newfoundland on  December 15. *  MAINTAIN HIGH  II  I  MAT QUALITY  --:.:Ss&kat^%.'S^  farmers maintain the high quality of  their wheat, they: are in imminent  danger of finding no market for it-  according to Major H: G. I_. Strange,  of Fenn, Alberta, who addressed the  convention of the Saskatchewan Field  Husbandry Assoc at on at the University of Saskatchewan. Major  Strange, once winner of the grand  award of the International Hay and  at Chicago, and ������^ *���������������������-  &T5AJ   ������UglaS.C   IW   ������������*������A9������.lf  TJsreer Smothered By Smoke^J^fore  "--.v^-'Rf^uerCqsBto  ::; Hull, ^Que.^-Fire v^ich 1>i?oke out  while they were playing about the*r  home, toolc-the lives of the three children of Mr. and Mrs^ Pierre Parisse  here. The theories entertained as to  the origin op ths fatal blaze are that  either the children were playing with  matches or an electric heating plate  set fire to the "walls.  The dead are: Jean Paul, aged five  years;: Paulette, two years and s'x  months, and Adrienne, seven months.  The conflagration, breaking out  during the brief period the mother  absented JSerself to telephone from  the ground floor apartment of the  triplex in which the Parisse family  resided, gave "off, such a volume of  smoke that the little tots were  smothered before a rescue could be  effected.  The engagement has. just been announced of the Countess of Seafield,  youngest British countess in her own  right, and one of the richest women  of England, to Derrick Studley Her*  bert, formerly an officer in the Grena- I  d er Guards. He Is now engaged in "DoukBaobors Sending delegation To  business in 3_ondcn. | Investigate ILay Gf I*asd  Saskatoon.���������Doukhobors of Canora  district are_ sending six Invest'gators  to,Mexico to investigate the lay of the"  land with a view to possible migration  Committee^Will "Try To Coordinate  on a considerable scale when spring  Have Important Task  Pacts Of Peace  Geneva-T-r-The persoisnel of the ins-  comes.  Dec'sion to send  the   delegation,  Korean Sindents Strike  portant committee which wi'l have winch w' 11 represent both brotherhood  the task'.'ofbringing-the league's dis- and independent doukhobors, was  armament covenant into harmony made at a largely attended meeting  with the _������e*"_Lo^w-I?risii<i ^6o,ce *>3,ct,   5ti Cmio???^  has been made known by the council I Qf the delegation which is going io  of the League of Nations. ""* i Mexico, two will be from the brother-  The members, sneeting on February hood at Verigin, one frosn British Col-  12,'will be: M. Adachi, Japan; "Lord umbia. and the other three men are  Cecilv Great Britain; B. B. Von Bu- Sevelle Chernoff, of Ver'g'n; Wasyl  low, Germany; E. Coblan, Spain; Nbvoksbonoff, of Buchanan; and W.  Mariano Gornejo, Peru; Perre Cote3 Popoff, of Blaine I-ake. Peter Verigin,  France; Vitorio Sciajola. Italy; Fran- well-known Doukhobor leader, whose  cesco Sokal, Poland; Nicholas Titul- father met a violent death in 1924,  esco, Rumania; M. TJnden, Sweden, will accompany the delegation as far  and Woo Kai-Seng, China. as New Tork. Verigla presided at the  Their  task  will  be   to  fill in  the   Canora meeting,  gap; in the league    covenant   which j ���������:������������������������������������. ���������*'-*-������������������  tactiy allows armaments    cohs'steht"] i^asel- St_cs������l*ss.l- Wfs^al-  with national security and imp! es ac- j ������^ Ii���������Si������>ISDI t? S^I  tion by league members against a na- '  Over  Be  Ten   Thousand   SaM   To  Involved Ira Trouble  Seoul, Korea,-^���������One thousand Korean students including 250 girls, have  been arrested as a result of a str. ke  of, 13 college and high school-, including; two missionary institutions run  by United-States societies.  The strike involved students csti-  At another   meeting, Vlce-Admiral  ������������ated to number 10,000. It occurred  EJ.   A.  Taylor  also  expressed   grave ,dur/ng the.ppst-holidays examinations  tion which starts an aggressive war.  The later pact of Paris renounces war  _*___._*., _.  4&1 tMg������-:v_icii.  **������������  W*  ���������.f:  fears for the future of Britain's naval  defences and some doubts as to the  security offered by the kellogg-tSrland  pact.  "The Kellogg pact is no guas-antee  whatever that war is a thing of the  past," Vice-Admiral Taylor declared. ,  >"JK  'J**'  '1;<<>''  W&  ii H*:  New German Cruiser  in Svaimoci After Vos<i<isS Sunk In Battle  On the North Sea  Wllhe1mshafen, Germany. ��������� The  new German Cruiser "Koeln" 6,000  tons, wag ceremoniously commission-  ������d reQently^ "replacing the old cruiser  Amazon������ w'thdrawn from service.  Commassder Von ��������� Schroedcr, in a  ���������peecls yecullod that the first "Koclss"  was eunk In battle In the North Sea. on  August 28, 11514, and <that onljr, one  man watt oavod after'cllng'ng tlsroo  rtaya to n plcco; of wrecltngo, Tho  second ���������4'K:ocln,,'' waa nunlc at Senpa  and ostensibly out of sympathy for  the 900 students arrested last month.  The December strike was said to have  been due to long standing quarrels between Japanese and Korean students  of the m'ddle schools.  Many ������of those arrested last month  still are1 In p ison. Japanese authorities belWve the new strike was engineered by a- street society w-th  Communlstic tendencies.      .  Marquillo Wheat Grown At Saskatchewan University For Some Years  Saskatoon. ��������� Although Marquillo  wheat, now recornmended by the ITni-'  vers ty of Minnesota, Is a production  UI IrOpny    of the plant "breeders at that univer-  ��������� .-"��������� .'   ��������� '   '���������.���������'-*'"'���������' '!sity, it;hB_*he'en'*gro'w4:at:^  Trana-Canada Air Award To Be Made  si ty of Saskatchewan for a number of  Shortly' '....-���������'"���������'' years, and 'has pfeved highly rust re-;  Ottawa, Ont.���������The Department of  Blatant and* equal, to Marquis except  National Defence has sent out a csr-  for a sight yellowness of flour color,  csslar letter addressed to all aviation      This wheat has been crossed with  concerns in Canada invting recom-   the Marquis at the    University    of  mendatlons for guidance in the award  Saskatchewan and Dr. J. B. Harrlng-  of the McKee trans-Canada trophy.      **������������> *������ charge of this work, expects  The trans-Canada trophy, donated  to ttave offspring of this cross wh'ch  by the late J. Dalssel McKee, Is awa d-  ������lves great promse of extremely high  ed annually to the    Canadian   pilot  milling quality along with the rust re-  thusiastic seed grower has made a  study of the conditions in respect to  marketing wheat, not only in Canada  but also in England and in cont nental  Europe.  "The man who buys fs the important man," stated Major Strange, "and  not the producer. If we do not provide  a product of quality and at a p ice  -which suits the consumer, we will sot  be able to sell it. Not long ago the  cry was raised for two dollar wheat,  and ws werejtcld that the world could  not get along without our grain. During Use last s'x months we. have been  shown how well the world can and  will do without Canadian gran, for  the miilers of Europe have reduced  the percentage of ^.our f com ouT-  wheat, which is mixed into their  bs^d, frqna 35 to 10. ���������     .rv ,-   \. ���������������������������:.; ���������'���������'���������..  This, stated the "speaker, was not  because they objected to the higher  price altogether, but because th������  quality in the last few years has  been sacr'ficed for quantity in pro-  duction. Countries buying Canadian  wheat are devoid of ScBtlmsnt, asd  Canadians sell their grain to Britain  and then buy goods from the United  States. The Argent'ne buys goods  with the money received for the>  grain, and keeps a good customer.  Sheer economic necessity compels the  British buyers to go Where they eass  get the most value for their money  and sell the most goods in return.  Russia is again in the ma ket, and  as a result, the price of wheat drops  e'ght cents In Canada. There is no  reason for Canadian farmers, -with the  advantage in methods they have gained in the past Ave or ten years, not  holding the top of the world market  with their wheat, if the former high  standard Is kept up. The only way to-  '-5.. -V-  who, two thousand years ago, sa'd:  '���������Plough well, sow good seed and keep  down the weeds/1' :^e;.C^.C^rAV.6ffer9''  'factitie.s- for "the,- procuring1'��������� of^good.-  "seed ,_eqsialled ^by^agi, other orgasiizar  tion in the world, and it is up to the  farmer, to protect his own interests.  making the greatest contribut'on towards the advance of aviation in this  country during the year. Pilots in tho  employ of government services are  barred.  Last year the.trophy was won by  "Punch" Dickins, and tho year toe-  fore by Captain H. A. "Doc" Oaks,  slstance of the Marquillo parent.  Will Be Guest At Banquet  Ottawa.���������On h's return from his  tour in Western Canada, Hon. R. B.  Bennett. Conservative leader, win be  the guest of honor at a banquet in  Clinton, Ont., on January 29.  ���������*\>  U.S. AutomoMIe Fatalities'  IMgnroB   ������How   91.K00)  People   In   311  FttateH Killed In Auto MlHlmnvg  Chicago, 111.���������FlRuron made puW'c  toy tho National Safety Counc'l Bhbw-  ������d 81,800 pcRons wore 'iclllotl In auto-  mobllu nceldeists in ������X ntatco dmluff  31020V .��������� v '. -'  The total waa IB por cent, more  than In 1088, tho report nnlrl, while  motor vehicle rogiatratlon increased  only 8 pes* cent. ' ,' ������  Mora than half tlio vlctlmn wore  jpcdentrttwiH. -  Launch Eg Undertaking  Alberta I.lvestock Pool I& Going Into  tlie Packing BusitsesH  Lothbridgc, Alberta.���������The Alberta  livestock Pool will go into the packing house business, co-operative lead-,  era annouhoed here recently. It was  stated tliat d.������flnlte steps were be ns  taken to establish regular plants at  Lotlibrldgb, Calgary and Edmonton,  the grower*) to Jie ���������asked ' tvo become  sharehol^ora |n the enterprise. The  campaign in tho south, sponsored by  the fjouthorn Alberta Co-Qpo.atlve  Aeisocs atlon, witls 2,000 members���������  tho largest co-oporatlvo livestock unit  in the provlnce-r-wlll bo launched at  once. ���������  Chinese Railroader  ,W.   N.   IT,   X821  Naval Architect ������e������d  Vlotpr'ia.���������One of tho most widely  known,archlteotB;of lsia ($ay, and who  had to his credit the hulltfln*? of ttiroo  Span lab crulnora that took part In tho  battle of Santiago, in 1808. and wan  founder of the ntool nh?p building- In*  duutry in Japan, Is dead here In the  person of James Stewart Clark, following a prolonged Illness. He wars a  Want Old Age Pensions  Immediate   Acceptance   Of   Govern-  ' ment Pension Plan Is Urged For  Quebec  . Quebec, Que.���������William Tremblay,  Conservative M.i_.A. for Maisonncuvo,  urged the immediate acceptance by  the Quebec Government of the Dominion old-age pension provisions, speaking In the leg slative assembly, In the  course of the debate on the address In  reply to the Speech from tho Throne.  He argued that the people of Quebeo  were, aiding In the payment of pon-  ulons In other provinces through the  Dominion taxes and getting nothing  for their own aged people.  "Express Fear For Inlanders  "London, Eng.���������Tho Daily Express  expressed grave fear for the 'nhabit-  antsof Bardley "Island off Camitrvoh-  oVre, who have not been, reached  from ttio mainland since December 15;  due to the galo"whIch has been most  persistent since then, They were believed to bo without food..There ha������  been no re.ponso to beacon lights and  other signals, which to declared to Imi  unprecedented.  '..' Jun-K������ Choy, Hpeelal representative of tho M'nlstry of Railways for tho  Chtoetio Nationalist Government at Nanking, China, Cright >, who arrived at  Saint John, January 4th, from Great Britain, on board the Canadian Pacific  llnor "Ducheon of irchrrton<V' with Mrs. Choy, (Centre), and P, C. Chen  (left,) Mr. Choy la groatJy interested In Canadian ritllroutfhig, and wh<m Us  Montreal, had conferences with Grant Hall, Vleo-Prealdent of the Canadian  native of Troon, Ayrshire, Scotland, j Pacific Hallway, asid with 6th w omc'ala, Mr, Choy oxprooacd himself aa  Jond waa eighty years of age.     ; Idooply impressed with Use Canadian PacIUo Byutom.  Dry fCducationnl 0im|������algn  Detroit, Mlch.���������A' $50,000,000 dry  edsscatlonal campaign was outlined at  a meeting of tho aistl-saloon league  here by Its chief, Dr. IQrncat H, Choi>  rlrigton, whb declared that education  against alcohollnm preaonto tho  "greatest challenge the woclally-mlnd*  od bu Idem of an alcohol-freo Ansorl*  ca" Isavo faced In tise last hundred  yoarB,  There are more than 10,000 doctors  In tho United Htatou who praotis* na  ' upec*valJiitii only.  Pi  l  s  I  I  ���������^..  ��������������������������� ���������"���������"���������iT !*~W3raz������C������v mrrits  ^e^^&*V&7*rr*&'fi?7Wia<y*F������T*r * j?���������*twJir*T*-1'������������������-T**-  THE. CRESTON  BE VIEW  "���������������������������������������������rfyyvi-r  ���������T'rrrf  T'rTTT'f'fT'yT1  't'f rrvv'������  B*aa������araBBaaaaaBa^h���������aaa^a���������aBM  "-JQFB-tl?       Ss^^sSSVS  will -not stop your layers * if you have  a draught-proof house and lots of our  Local and Personal  .     ip   ,. "I( ���������'!'' "J"   ~  A. E. Davies, general road ioreman, is  The voters list to be used at the village  a visitor a  itnr a*"\������r*rt~= ~*  1*A V fi*. WAA.C*  at presenti  WE   USE NOTHING BUT  THE BEST INGREDIENTS,  t  4  We also   have a full  Sine  and    all   POULTRY   SU  of  FEED  PLIES.  Five Roses and Spillers*  flour ana ^ereais  .. Estimates given on kalsomlning and  painting.   A. E. Pjenson, Erickson.  Miss Violet SS orrow left on Wednesday  on a visit with her sister at Waldo.   .  Miss Ada Lewis waa a weekend visitor  with Miss Clara. Hunt' at Kitchener.  FOR SALE���������Cypher's incubator,. 250-  e g capacity.   Sam Moon, Wynndel..,..'.  FOB -SALB-r-Bab:  condition.   Mrs, "W  %.  buggy,   in. good  Martin, Creston.  Creston Valley Go-Operative Assn.  CRESTON  Two Stores  ERIGXSQN  election on Thursday next is in the prin  ter's hands and  snows   a  total .of  169  names���������the biggest in the "history of the  village. .... ..'.'... ���������  Creston and District Women's Institute have been, fortunate in securing.  Mrs. Roy Telford as secretary for 1930.  The newiy-elected directors have the  initial meeting on Monday'.  At the present rate of play the opening  contest at the curling rink, President ys  Vice-Presidents will be completed tonic-lit.  At present the four rinks representing  President Boyd are in the lead.  Monday is nomination day for village  commissioners, and nominations may be  I handed in at the town ball from I to S  o'clock town time.   Voting is on Thurs-.  .day from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.  ��������� a.   ..at   A.ih i a������.A. ������-���������.-.  ....A. A.av. A.A.A.A , ������t, ft.r%.,-. ���������"   r-   r^.iaA-<i1������������<h.<������������-|i������,a���������������M_������aW.a\  OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE  and  PRICES REASONABLE  F?������S>  4S  FOR SALE���������Violin, fine old instrument, $100. Creston Drug & Book Store.  Miss Clara Morrow left at the end of  the week for Trail where s������he is visiting  with friends.      '-\ ���������.    ' ���������  Rev. "L. Choinel will say mass at Holy  Cross Church, Creston, on Sunday morning, 24th, ai 10.30.  COCKERELS FORSALE���������Six White  .Leghorn cockerels from R.O.P. stock.  Mrs. Angus Cameron, Erickson.  FOR SALE���������Ironing boards, best on  the market, $2. Skates "hollow ground,  25 cents.   Morrow's Blacksmith Shop.  FOR SALE���������iland loom for rug making, ete., complete with materials, ready  to use.   Mrs, J. W. Hamilton, Creston.  WANTED���������Young cow,just freshened  or due to freshen shortly, Jersey or part  Jersey preferred. A. N. Couling, Creston.  Mr. and Mra: Geo. "Nickft, w"ho have  been holidaying in Southern States points  for the past six Weeks, arrived home last  week.  "  LOST���������On or about January 10th, between drugstore and postofl.ee, two $10  . bills.    Reward to finder.   Leave at Rev-  S iew Office.  CORPORATION OF THE  Village of Creston  rr..  t.ns.p.  iime=  aV ������������������������������..*��������������� A.*������-  .,���������_>.*.  a..������V at.<  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  NOTICE  VERY CHOICE  VEAL,   LAME  d PORK  Swift's Premium Ham  and Bacon  CASH AND CARRY  Have you tried our Sausage \  M3s������amKBSsmMmmmsm&0*wmmBsm  SPECIAL SALE  Vital statistic5; for Creston Valley for  1929 show 49 births, 15 marriages and IT  deaths, Of the newcomers 25 were boys  and 24 girls.  The demand for auto licenses so far.  this year is riot quite on a par with January, 1929, in which , month alone $2064  was collected.  This is great weather for the fuel dealers. "Up to the middle of the month 18  cars of coai.have .been unloaded at Creston this winter.  FOR  SALE���������One   horse   cultivator  new, shoes, mouldboard, etc., complete,  A. Jstuart ..Evans, opposite Camp  TAKE NOTICE that m.rsu~  ant to a Resolution of the  Board of Commissioners of the  Village of Creston a vote of the  electors-of the said Corporation  will tye taken at the Village  Hall on THURSDAY, the 30th  Day of JANUARY, 1930, between the hours of 9 o'eloc-k  a.m. and 7 o'clock p.m. Pacific  Coast time, or 10 o'clock a.m.  and 8 o'clock p.m. local time,  to ascertain if a majority of the  said electors are in favor of the  said Corporation undertaking  the management and expense  of the Creston and District  Public Library Association.  E. F. ARROWSMITH,  Clerk.  Creston, Jan. 21, 1930.  to   get  your  MUTOmOBSLE  &&E&H&ULE������  We have the equipment.  We have the experience.  m  <a������nr������f  estimate?  : Oresten Motors  Main Si. at Barton Ave.  nf ii a^���������^y*���������ay���������^a���������,a���������*aj���������  ���������r'T'vyy  y.   ������'������"  $10  ������.. '^aisiij __is_er������  FOR SALE���������Saxaphone, burnished  silver finish, C meiody. low pitch, with  case, $90 c sh for quick sale. Creston  Drug & Book Store. j  The school at West Greston is closed  this week. The teacher, Miss Joyce  Moore, is confined to her home here with  an attack of mumps. I  H. K. "Whimster, manager or Creston  ||  sub-central of the Associated ���������Growers,  who has been at Pentscton for the past  S  month, returned on Tuesday.  FOR SALE���������Beaded buckskin  Indian  suit,  auto knitter, double bed, springs' U  and mattress;   and  one  separate  bed-' |  spring (double), Mrs. Pakenham,  Erickson.  In the past ten days there has been  |  quite a demand for  memberships in the  curling club, and two  more   rinks have  rriiif&sn  i  ��������� .-"  been formed with Art  Reid  and S. A.  '  Speers as skips, bringing the membership ������  up to 34.  ONLY  over Leaf  DESIGN  s and Saucers  CORPORATION OF THE  Village of Creston  Nomination and  -Election of  Commissioners  MAGOG PRINTS���������Fast  Colors* in light and   *  medium shades, new  patterns, 25c.  yard.  CREPES���������New colors,  20c. per yard.  CHINTS and CRETONNES���������  36 inches wide, f rom 30c. up.  at  95 c. per Doz,  been res your rcquiromci.ts ���������  while they lilst.  $   "*ii       pk        %% SK  l  4^ ���������������       im ���������       *****   A ���������  I  TM*'***aV iffffHf  <J     H���������tj'    H_g^      ���������S55-  fl���������W    JS^^   <������*m*~r  Dry Goiyda.       Groceries.      Furniture.       Hardware  w-h^^ek^;:::?^^  |!K*A  To the Electors of the  Village of Creston:  TAKE NOTICE ���������that a copy  of the Resolution of the Board of  CommisBionerB of the "V*fll������Ke of  Creston, passed on the 22nd day  of December, 1H20, in purflrianco  of Section ������ of tho Schedule ' o  the "Village Act was posted in the  office of the Clerk of the Munid-  pullty on- tho 18th day of January. 1080  And FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that: tho Nomination of  three CommlRnionorn FiTinll b&  held at th* VI11������sko Hull on MON*  DAY, JANUARY27, 1D&0. from  the hour of 12 o'clock noon Coast  time (1 o'clock local time), and  2 o'clock p.rn. Qbant time (!1  o'clock local time), and bjio polling (if any) ohisH take plixca on  the BOfch day of January, 1030,  at the ViUiiue Hull, from Ntnft  o'elocU a.m. ConRt tirnc) CIO w.W".  p.m. Coasit tlmo (8 o'clock p,m,  lorul time),  I0: F. ARROWSMITIJ,  Clerk,  Crouton, Jan. 18,19������0.  CRESTON MERCANTILE  COMPANY,   LTD.  -^"'*,*fc-*"<lk"'���������'*i���������*"^ *������������������������ A.a.a������ aafc-A  ��������� A - aak - afk-A -a������k-AJlaW.aTfc..A.iaV-JaV. ..A^A.-.A.-Jk.-A.. jt--^. ^ #*||1|. ||*t| fr ^11 iftr fllfr  1 jft IT.HlfS.W ^fc.  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &l> Veal  Phone your order and' receive out' best service  ���������'J _!!'!!.J_ .!-' -���������_.'-!'������������������ '���������'  ���������;,I"II,1"-I:IV1^'11""   mini   ������L~���������+>    ���������-.   wi,   ������������������������������������-in.   im if'       111��������� ���������������������������������������������[������������������iiiiiii  ������������������   i iih i w ii ���������������������������!!������������������,������������������  mi   'W ..���������a,,.,.*���������"  ���������aaaai���������1���������awi.iMawa . 11 mi am Mia m ananlmi niaaa- mnww ��������� ai ��������� wan Iwiaiaaaaaaiaaaw 11 in mil I wii I 11 n nil n maim0������n<mm,m***mmmmt^mmt^m*i0im0mmiimimmmm'*mw%m m i'^'i'^ U*4  "     ' TR-Y OTJM  SHAMROCK PORfC SAUSAGE  Shamrock, Brand HAM> BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BVRNS'IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  4  .   ^*'*fjr*^*r^wil0^^*tm,Yyty������^VW*ttiWty m  '"I  s.  ffi  -  i ,  it  a.  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