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 ' I: ':���������. ^rffV*n?N. W^r-r^||;apl.  ���������SKI  /  "g-X^  Sl't^V  TON  Vol. XXII.  CRESTON. B.C., FRIDAY. MARCH 7,  1930  No. 1  good  wor-  Rev. A. Garlick had the usual  turnout for the Anglican Church  ship at the schoolhouse on Sunday morning, -which waa followed by Holy Communion.- At the service arrangements  were completed for the canvass of the  area on behalf of the Bible Society.  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lemke have arrived from Nordegg, Alberta, and pending  tike arrival of their furniture are stopping  with Mr. and Mrs. Jock Osborne. Mr.  Lemke recently purchased the former  Stone-Langston farm of 20 acres as well  as the former Lance Lowes place In the  same locality.  The weekend saw the sale compleded  of another of the unoccupied farms.. The  purchaser is ^m. Ramm, who is ~ at  present at Canyon, who has "bought the  former -Vine. Liddieoat farm of 20 aVres.  He takes possession immediatley but will'  not be moving until later as the house on  the place requires considerable fixing up.  Another sale of property that has been  completed, is the former Chalmers place  of 20 acres, about opposite the school,  which has been bought by a Mr. Herman,  who has just arrived from Weyburn,  Sask,, and who, we understand, will  move in at once and commence spring  work, -  Still another property sale was completed early this week when the former  Hurl place was purchased by a Mr. HDaus,  also of Weyburn, Sask., who is to get  immediate possession. There is 20 acres  in the property.  The canvass for funds for the Bible  Society is under way this week, under  the direction of Mrs. Bird. Lister made  the very fine contribution of $19 in 1S29,  ank it is expected as good work will be  done this" year. '  Notices are up for the annual meeting,  of Lister "Waterworks District, to be held  ���������*~ai:'^E'e'scM  the regular reports?1 willIbe. presented and  a trustee elected to succeed R. T. Miliner  whose term ha expired. This meeting  will conclude at 8. p.m., and between  then and 9 p.m. a vote.,of the propeity  owners will be taken to authorise the  borrowing of another $5GGG to complete  the project, which will bring the total  cost up to $65,000. R, A. Hunt, secretary of the Land Settlement Board, will  be here to act as returning officer on the  . vote on the money by-law.  Average attendance at Lister scbotl  for February was 94 per cent, of the en-  Full Gospel Mission  rollment, according to the official report  just issued1 by the principal, Miss Curtis.  Those making highest standings were:  Grade 6���������Douglas McKee, Frank Y_sb=  ury. Grade 5���������Clara Domke. Grade 4  ���������Douglas Sinclair. Ruby Ross, Kirk  Beard. Grade 3���������Cyril Bird, Gladys  McCulloch, Raymond MeKee, Manning  Powers. Grade 2���������Margaret Dent, Alice  WelIsr>rino,i Rodd"*7 "Davie. Grade la���������  Kate Davie. Grade lb���������MaTgaret Sinclair, Millie Beard, Eric Jacks. Grade  1c-���������Gilbert McCulloch, Raymond McCulloch.  Perfect attendance���������Cyril Bird, Clara  Domke, Martha Dornke, Douglas McKee, Raymond McCulloch, Douglas Sinclair, Margaret Sinclair. ,  A*fes Si&Ing  Mrs. A. Mathews of Nelson is renewing acquaintances in this section, a guest  -j of Mrs. J. R. Miller.  J. C. Martin was a business visitor ai  Nelson a couple of days at the end of  the week.  Vaudeville Show  racKS inealre  The Whist Club had a'full turnout off  members at last week's meeting at the  home of Mrs. Bourne, at which the prize  scores -were m ade Bessi e McDougall and  Jim Taylor. Tonight the club will be  entertained by^r. and Mrs,-J. C. Martin.  J. C Martin has had such a demand  for his implements an d furniture that by  now all of these have been disposed, of  and the auction sale ^pKrsotrneed for the  15th has been cancelled.  In the way of movirigs the Alice Siding  district has created a J-ootenay record at  least, for the past weeh, when the getting  settled an changed homes averaged one  a day. Fred Kelly has moved from the  former Beazer place to Mr. Skalen's (former Stace Smith) ranch; T. Argyle has  shifted from the Dick Smith residence to  the Beazer place: Dick Smith returns  :t&^hfs:o-*w_?h^  six month.s in the^Home of his mother;  Mrs. Stace Smith inoves froni froEQ Jack  Smith's to her own home; Mr. andMrs.  J. H Webster have gone to Creston to  reside and their ranch has been leased to  Franz "Paigan; and Mr. and Mrs. H. H.  Toose and family have moved to Erickson where they are on the Mrs. Maxwell  ranch, and are replaced on the Rose  ranch by Mr. and Mrs. Krygsveld, who  came from Camp 2 near Lister.  Canyon  School Children Score  . Tremendous   Success���������Every  ���������  Number on Long Programme  Accorded Generous Applause  Entertainment in quantity, excellent  quality, and in considerable variety was  provided at the vaudeville performance  put on by the Ladies' Guild of Christ  Church on Tuesday . night, to a crowd  that taxed the capacity of the Grand  theatre to the limit.  Each of the ninete n numbers on the  programme -were so uniformly popular  with the large crowd that the* Ravlew  has no intention of singling out any one,  two or half a dozen of them and lalbelling  them as particularly 'outstanding. The  programme which follows will tell the  whole story.  Winnipeg,, Man,,  with relatives.  where she is visiting  Miss-S. Benedetti -was a Cranbrook  visitor last week, a guest of her sister,  Mrs. Fioertino.  Mrs. Mathews of Nelson was a visitor  here a few days last week.a guest off Mrs.  Matt. Hageh.     ;���������"/  The Marcu nieetiue of tiife w uiuei'i s  Auxiliary will be at Mrs. Towson's on  Wednesday, 12th, 2.30 p.m.  The date of the annual meeting of  Wynndel Co-Operatiye Fruit Growers'  Association is set for Friday, March 14th,  at 8 p.m. at the N old schoolhouse. The  balance sheet has been issued and distributed to shareholders,  Joe Fiorentino of Cranbrook "was a  Wynndel visitor last week.  Mrs. Hindley, Miss E. Towson, Mrs.  R. Andestad were representing Wynndel  at the Christ Church Ladies' Guild vaudeville entertainment at Creston Tuesday  night. "':'"���������'".���������.'  EsriGk&ora  Overture���������Players* Orchestra.  Piano duett���������Babs and John Spencer  Recitation���������Cyril Abbott.  Instrumental trio-"-Mrs. Lister,  Mrs.  Constab[e, Mr. G. Lunt.  Comic sketc ���������15. Wheeler.  Solo���������(a) "Slave Soug." (b) "Keop  on Hoping." Mrs.-H. Langston.  Chorus and Irish Jig (Canyon children)'  ���������Grace JBond, ��������� Pearl Gillespie. Babs  Spencer, irhyiH������ Abbott, Jithel VanAck-  eran, Bessie Hurl, Clara Nygaard, Annie  Berggren, Annie Gartland, Stella Zlachod-  nik, Helen and Agnes Johnson.  _ Solo���������"Garden of "My Heart," W, H.  ���������P'ortin.  Recitation���������Babs Spencer.  Solo-'The Egg," Mr. Stephens;  .-  .Selection���������Players'Orchestra.  Musical. Sketch���������Mrs. H. Langston,  Molly Moore, Nellie Payne, and Blanche  York.;      ������������������   ->:V-.,,,-:;��������� ��������� -\..< ..  Butterfly Dan.ce (Canyon children) ���������  Flower girls: Miriam andr Jean Spencer,  Borg Olson, Joyce Claytoni Helen Hook,  Leona Browell,? :MarJ| Nygaard.   Butter-  .fli^:.^3.ahs;3������-'i���������'^^  "^r-Ackeralf; < l^^e^BrSn d^Plajyllis Abbott  <bV  s:Sea -Capture,  Lister,  OSJf  _tiuc  Mrs. W.  .Mrs-  .W$^5;  Rita Elliott  Vancouver's Young Lady  Evangelist  will sppak at  MISSION.  tho FULL GOSPEL  Commencing SUNDAY,Mar. 9  Sunday, 11 a.riri.  "What We Need."  Sunday, 7.30 p.m.  "A Cry that Rintfs Across  the Sea."  Tuesdny, 7.45 p*m.  "Back to the Old Paths,"  Thursday, 7.45 p.m.  "The Answer to a YourwS  Man's Question."  Everybody welcomet  Canyon Gity  After a week's visit at her home here  Miss Ruth Clayton has returned to Nel ���������  son.  Berggr n & McQueen are making arranr  gements to operate two shifts at the tie  mill they are operating at Stony Point.  . Pruning is quite general in this section  at pr sent. The outloook for the Mcintosh and Wealthy apples is good, but  tha winter varieties are only showing  up average.   Cherries arc also promising,  A, A Bond left for Calgary, Alberta, a  few days ago, where   he  hap ��������� secured a  plastering contract'in the hew   Bank of  Montreal building in that city.  At, the Farmers' Institute meeting on  Saturday the secretary was requested to  get into cemmtmic-tion with the post-  office department enquiring into the  matter of a rural maiil delivory for tho  Enst Creston, Edckson and Canyon districts,  About 50 residents of Cnnyon, wore ot  Creston on Tuesday night for tho local  vaudeville performance at tho Grand  theatre- in which tho Canyon school  children, under the direction of the tea-  chore, Principal Stephens and Mlas Lister, repented pome of tho numbers given  at the Christmas concer here, and certainly scored n tremendous success.  After tho concert the ch ldron were treated to a supper hy the church Indies at  liw-i homo of Mrn. Payne.  Canyon Trading Company mo now  occupying tholr" how ' store ' which Is  built at a moro convenient local ion near  thorond. Tho n<vw premlr-os are about  24 x 40 foet with tho interior fixtures enabling Mr. Wood to make n much better  dippla** of the whole stock and giving the  nt ore th rou k h out on. attract i vo nppe ar-  hiko. In file It? new pluvo of business  Cr. nyon Trarilnpr Company have a stare  that h Sri every way n orodit to tho clis-  trfct and tho.owruiro,  Water."  Jewitt. ���������  ���������������������������������������������--:..,������������������..-���������  Instrumertal trio-"Mrs  Constable, Mr. G. Lunt.  Song and Dance���������Ethel VanAckeran.  Chorus���������''Little Chink," (Canyon  children) Babs Spencer, Pearl Gillespie,  Cassie and Helen,Hook, Joyce Ctayton,  Mary Nygaard. Miriam and Jean Spencer, Helen Humble. Leona Bsowell. Phyllis Abbott, Borg Olson, Bill Abbott.  Comedy Sketch, "The Impossible Perkins."���������Mrs. R. Andestad, MissE. Towson, Mrs. C. Hindley.  Selection���������Players' Orchestra.  Commendation, however, is certainly  due the effort of the Canyon public  school children, under the direction of  the teachers, Miss Vera Lister and Principal Stephens. The "Chorus and Irish  Jig," "Butterfly Dance," and "Little  Chink," were certainly -the finest juvenile effort ever seen in Cfeston. And  equally notable was the song and dance  executed by Ethel VanAckeran. whose  number was probably the most popular  of the evening. And we just can't withhold a mention of Leona Browoll, Helen  Hook, Jean Spencer and Borg Olson who  comprised the' wink" quartette In "Little  Chink;" whose effort was certainly a  feature-rf the lighter side of tho enter-  tainment.  Miss Dorothy Cam  has  returned to  Nelson after   spending  the past month  with her mother at Sirdar.  C. Wilson was a visitor in Nelson for a  few days last week.  Mr������ Kincaid of Xtevelstocke was s, bus=  ines- visitor in Sirdar last week.  Mrs. Martin, who has been visiting  with her sister, Mrs. Whiteside, at Crows-  nest, returned on Monday.  Miss Eileen Heap returned home on  Sunday-after a two weeks' visit with  friends in Cranbrook.  R. Moore -was renewing acquaintances  in Sandpoint, Idaho at the weekend.  Mrs. Sirhpkin of Lethbridge,  Alberta,  |-who. has.beerj   visiting wit"^ Mrs,  Heap  for,the-past few -Imonthsr fieft,- for -Idaho  FaHs^ Idaho, oh Wednesday.  Maxwell   arrived from  Cran:  Miss Effie littlejohn, nurse-in-training  at Colfax, Wash., is here on a visit with  her father, W. G. Lifttlejohn.  Mrs. R. Long is spending the week in  Creston, a guest of her daughter, Mrs.  C. W. Allan.  Frank Putnam was a business visitor  at Beaverdell a couple of days at the end  of the week, looking over his ^mining interests at that point.  Mrs. Howard Brogan, who has been  visiting with her mother, Mrs. Lee Heric,  left for Yahk, -where- _h������ -will visit lor a  time before returning to  her home in  1ST ������_S J���������_  wy _tssuaiiE*>__i..  R. B. Staples of Kelowna is looking  after spring work on his ranch, while in  Creston on a business visit.  Miss Annie  Botterill was a weekend  visitor with Cranbrook friends.  Mrs. -W R. Long left-this week for her  home in Vancouver, where she will visit  her mother for a few weeks.  A small crew of men are at work rebuilding the bridge of the Erickson Community Irrigation system across Goat  River, alongside the C.P.R. bridge. The  wooden pipe line at this point is also being rebuilt. Due to the low water pressure and the very severe January  weather this particular stretch of pipe  froze solid and has badly wrecked about  500 feet of pipe, which is being replaced  by new pipe.  XifGfft������n&sm  ���������TV  ���������n  USTiZil  brook to work as yard switchman.  Misses Morris and Williams were visiting with Mrs. Payne in Creston on Tuesday. Mrs. Dennes was at the metropolis  on Friday.  Vic Grundy was a visitor at Yahk on  Friday.  Local and Personal  Mrs. C. Senesael is spending the week  in Nelson, a guest of Mrs. A. Ragotte.  Mr and Mrs. B. Johnson and Miss  Laura Andeen were at Creston on Tuesday and took in. the vaudeville show in  the Grand that evsssin*-*  Fritz Molander, who has been working  at Lumber ton the past month, is home  on a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.  P. Molahder.  Father Choinel of Cranbrook held  Roman Catholic Church service here on  Monday.  Carl Anderson was a Creston visitor  during the week.  WynntiGi  Arnie Andestad was a business visitor  at Cranbrook last week. '  Mrs. John Bathie  loft lact week  for  Join  the  Board of  trade  March was ushered in in real lion like  fashion, with quite a stiff gale blowing  in from, the north during Saturday.  While the days are moderately Bunny  mornings and nights have a cold touch  to them.  Canvassers are abroad at all points in  the Valley this week in the interests of  the local branch of the Canadian Bible  Society. Last year $180 net was raised  for this work, and the 1980 showing is  expected to bo just as good.  Tliere was a large turnout of orchardists on Tuesday afternoon for the meeting under Creston Growers, Limited,  auspices, at which R. B. Staples discussed  the amendments to tho Fruit Marketing  Act and fully explained the proposed  provincial pool. It Is expected, however,  that CreRton Valley growers will not be  Included in tho pool.  There was a fair turnout of fans for  the baseball meeting on Stindny aftomoon  at which officers were elootod as follows:  President, Frank Putnam; vice-presid-  L, C. McFarland;' secretary-treasurer,  M. R. Joyce; manager, R. M. Telford.  It Is expected a mooting will be held at  Bonners Ferry on tho 23rd to arrange for  organization of the Libby-Snnd point-  Bon nors Forry-Crcston league.  Fred Hurry of West Creston is a hospital patient nt Crtmbrook where ho Is  being treated for a broken leg which ho  sustained in a runaway accident on  Thursday aftomoon last. While driving  along tho grade pnralolling tho CP,R.  track from Third to Fourth Street hid  team got out of control, and in trying *o������  prevent a runaway Mr. Hurry headed  tho horsoa into tho trees nt tho King  George Hotel, and whon thpy enmo to  tho nuddon atop ho waa jolted oil tho*  wagon down, behind tho horson receiving  u fast kick in tho loft leg jnst fcbave tho  nnklo. Ho won taken to tho Creston  Hotel where Dr. IIondorflon attended him  and on Friday was taken to Cranbrook  hospital. The break is a bad one and it  may be necessary to> amputate the leg.  Miss Rita Elliott, Vancouvers' young  hdy evangelist, for thus she, is known,  although not much out of her teens, has  had considerable experience attended  with much success. Miss Elliott has  just completed a seven-weeks' campaign  at Kimberley where the hall waa regularly  packed to capacity. For the last two  Sunday nights larger halls were rented  to accommodate the crowd. She 1o a  graduate of Prof. Ellis' Biblo College in  Vancouver. Creston will be grertly pri v-  ileged in having thin noted young evangelist in its midst, and many are looking  forward to her coming. The special services will be held in the Full Gospel Mission. It is understood the time of meetings will be as usual; Sundays at 11 a.m.  nnd 7.30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays  at 7,45 p.m. Young people Friday night,  and children's service on Saturday afternoon at 2,80 o'clock,  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, Mar.  8  LEWIS- STONE  MARCEIXINE DAY  H. B. WALTHALL  MALCOLM MacGREGOR  in the  CC  Freedom of  the Press "  From PETER B- KYNE'S  sensational Newspaper  Story.  GOMEDY  M - G ���������- M - NEWS TH1_    KTCVTT3JW.   rmiZSTON. - B.  Long Journey  Life���������like good golf���������Is-made  op of many ltetie things each  one of which, helps the score*  Better digestion���������steadier  nerves���������clearer brain, are all  factora that count and are  gained   from   the  ���������use of Wrfgley*--  Turkey  From Alberta On Way  To  West Indies  A turkey from the farm flock of  Mrs. R, Lockhaft, Bowdejn, Alberta,  isoQ his way to his new home in the  West Indies, having- been shipped to  the Misses Boyd St^raapson, of Poms,  Jama'ca, reports O. M. Cormle, Alberta, poultry co-mmissldrter*  This bird was' selected "by Rs B=  Johnson, president of the Alberta  Bronze Turkey Breeders* Association,  and shipped to Halifax, where he was  loaded on shipboard for his destination. A special crate was constructed  to carry the feed and water required  by the turkey during his flve-thou-  sand-mile trip.  ItfWffBrSgff  jM������������^������M������  ft<WMX������^ <  ���������%rfl������^-������rf������*lll*������������������������������^  W-tnipeg Newspaper Uaioa  DOST SUFFER  WITH ISAiidEliOllS  INDSGESTiGfe  "Do yon suffer after fheals -with a  belching, from spur and acid stomach r  Many believe i������he"y have heart trouble  and tremhl&,-wlth. fear, expecting any.  tninute to drop dead. This condition,  can be pteventedg likewise relieved.   -.  Take  Carter1.  Little Liver   Pilla  alter meaja. ana neutralize tiie km������.  Sweeten the sour and acid stomachy relieve the gas and encourage digestion.  The stomach, liver and "bowels will  be cleansed of poison, painful and  dangerous indigestion disappears and  the system enjoys a tonic effect. Don't  delayv'Ask your druggist for a 25c  pkg. of Carter's Little Over Pills.  SUNDAT SCHOOL LESSON  MARCH 9  THE FAJ&i?_BJ-"E OF THE 3DWJER.  Golden Text: "He that hath ears to  hear, let him hear .''---Matthew* 13.9."  Lesson: Matthew 13.1-23.       :.���������'���������'.)..'���������*.  '���������':"Devotional- Beadiisg ;:-; Proverbs ��������� 3.  i3-is. :, ,. *. ...:'. :���������" *.:--.-i.'   ���������::-;  ���������writes Mr. 3*. l_cAr___r.  Hsoosasda 007 cesstipa-  ttos, Ur*r _rout>I*, ln_J-  gesaisa, ha <e&d _weratg_*  "_!i_s'*?ra|fc������ -4J~e������*2f#?f������������.  from 4!  G������t "*r_i*-i_  dtusxls.tod.-.  -���������'H.������AQ.3SttHES^J  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Stronger Thm lite Esspire  Consmonwealth Of Nations Has Been  Wonderful Stop Forward  Probably   -few   British   statesmen  fifty years ago "believed that the de  fies fo������  sasattLS.Ke$3__L������fc.3p._!_. T*aes   sjeoae." E.C.Arley.   I_It<!><.Pilg9-_n'ah.fvot_5lcpifa.AlldfrMge3stsr  .     <������o._-->SaI-*' ended   ffl_aate.__*������B _oe_ijeoa������." B.C. Arl  >r, pain in 1  ley.Lastaat  ._ >j_,_ _  :au_uig  ������������������������   ���������������--___ j   ._ _^..l^l  The ships of the Byrd Antarctic  Expedition, bringing: Admiral Richard  IS. Byrd and his men home froni their  base on the Ross 5ce barrier, are expected to arrive at New York about  the first week in June.  Residents of the South Australian  village of Chicago, have been reading  atsout the other Chicago, and so tttey  voted to change the name of their  city to Booth, in honor of the late  General Braxawel! Boofen, for years  head of the Salvation Array.  Courses of instruction for noncommissioned officers and constables  of Royal Canadian Mounted Police, in  methods of combatting narcotic  smuggling are expected to give good  results, according to the report of the  force tabled in the Commons.  JDr. J. W- Snipfey, for 11 years professor of chemistry at the University  of Manitoba,' has accepted the position of head of the Etepartment of  Chemistry, at the University of Alberta. He will take up his new duties at Edmonton in the fall.  CUNARD  THE FAMOUS  A  SHiPS  m  te&abmu-i'  (By Annebelle Worthington)  "Explanations and Cc-nmcnts  The Parable Of the Sower, a Study  Iri Soils, verses 1-9.���������One day so  great a crowd gathered "arotind Jesus  on the shore of the Sea of Galilee that  He entered, a fishing boat. When far,  enough from, the multitude to be free  from their Import-unities, yet near  enough to address them, He taught  them many things in parables. The  word "parable" la derived from, the  Greek "parahalleln," "para" besides  and -"'ballein." to throw, and means lit- j  erally "to place side "by side," hence xa >  "compare.*" A parable la a short, fictitious narrative of something which  might really occur in life or nature by  means of -which ;a moral is drawn.  An excellent definition of a parable as  used by Jesus has "been given thus:  to the laws; and usages of human life,  "by which either the duties of men or  the things of God, particularly the  nature and history of God's Ki-tgdont,  are figuratively portrayed.",  Within  the view of Jesus  as  He  spoke His parable of the Sower, there |  may have "been a sower at work In a j  cornfield    which   -descended   to    the!  water's edge. Dean Stanley describes'J  such a field; There was the trodden  pathway running through the midst  of ������t, with no fence or hedge to prevent the  seed from  falling here or  there on either aide of It or upon It;  itself hard -with the constant tramp a������  horse, mule, and human feet. There  was the g-ood- rich soil? there was tho  rocky ground on the hillside protruding here arid there through the corn-  Dangeroust������m*pHcai_onai-������_V,^ckly ;_ei|  ���������velop if coughs and coI_*_r_neglected. At fl =.,.���������  "���������--: ��������� .the iirtfc- sign off-tro-aMe treat; .yeurfl ���������-���������  hofKswiu. the eld reliable ;;      :_g  SPOHBTS  r  Praised bw ihorse owners every-  r where. SJsMi by thousands for overSS  ~-   years. On ea!e_tI5r_s Stores for ������e_JrulSJ .201  > p*t bottteos _Mp|>������adWfc.jio_t������st*' ������-op-id -  FREE SAMPLE; seat on RwiMt. Writ* today!J  SfOHN MEDICAL-O..D������* V-9. _M.*n. I-������t  Manitoba To Celebrate  &iiiia VciSiai-y  as far as it already has gone without disaster. Certainly, most statesmen of other countries agreed with  Bismarck, who thought that the  yielding of power by the central  authority was a sure sign of weak-  mfoss   e-_u   \������v\io.y.        j.t   U.&   COUiu  nave  seen the Canadians holding out under  the mysterious horrors of the first gas  attack, or the Australians helping to  smash the Htndenburg line, he might  have changed his mind. To date, the  ties created by sentiment and enlightened self-interest have more than replaced the bands; of compulsion laid  aside as outworn. The Commonwealth  of Nations is stronger than the Em- j fields; there were the large oushea of  pire. i thorn���������the "nabk." the kind of which  xu������     ouiu     tuiuiivci'-ary      u>������.     _tu.ax_i���������  toba's entry into Confederation will  probably be made the outstand ng  feature of the Provincial- Exhibition,  at Brandon this year. A pageant  representing historical events and  other extra attractions are under consideration hy the directors.  m^ mm.������"uick.-  ���������i ������8Ig*ii   B-������'  B-Bj_  a ���������%  Caused Her To Have  Cold   Hands   atiel  .Mrs. Joseph Price, Red Pine, N.B.,  writes:���������-"Several years ago I _was  troubled with nay heart and nerves  and was so bad, at times, my hands  and feet would become numb and  cold.  "I happened to see   ���������'������  thorn���������the "nabk," the kind of which  I tradition says the crown of thorns  | was woven���������springing up  mm  3315)  'CABIN %^  RATE?   %_  REDUCED '  WEEKLY SAILINGS TO EUROPE  ALAUNIft * ASCANIA  ANDAMHA  4- AUKAMBA  New Cabin Class miimiifmum rates���������to  North British Ports, $130. To tho  Channel Ports, $133* 4No chanejo  !n luxury of accommodation, or  #y.collonco   of   monu   anc)   servlco.  Specie I robato of 12% on round  trip Cabin C)a_������ bookings during  ilio ten ofF-soason monWi-s. Tourist  Third Co bin rales also ad justed.  W<M������-ly -alHnasirofn M-rvfrwol (and Qu������������bocl  4*. Uom April 26\h onward������, -_  ftook ihrowoh Th������ Cwnard l\nn,  S70, Main 3lr������M������l,iTol,a������fl4l������2),  or Huron and Erl������ (Julldlna,  I'ortaoo Avo., Wlnn1poo/,<T������������t.  2l'007),or any steomshlp agent.  CANADIAN   SERVICE  CADlN^TOURlSTTHIRDCADIN-fWHR&aASa  IS  A. navy blue -wool crepe that employs a scalloped border In vivid red  shade is strikingly smart for that important' age of 8, 10, 12 and 14 years.  The red crepe appears again in belt  that marks the normal waistline and  in piping of collar, flared cuffs and  bow tie.  The   straight   bodice   suggests a  basque.    The skirt is circular, shaped  with fluttering fulness at hem.  Style No.' 3315 is just as smart as  can be. It is practical too. It Is just  the thing for classroom and will make  an attractive outfit for Spring without a topcoat.  It is very fashionable in wool Jersey In hunter's green with white  pique collar and cuffs.  Tweed in beige and brown check  in lightweight with collar, cuffs and  border cut on the bias is fetching,  worn with a brown suede belt. Pipe  the border at upper edge, and collar  and cuffs around the outer edge with  brown bias binding that comes already folded for this purpose.  Sportswelght linen In ton with  brown trim is very effective.  Wool challis print with plain chains, printed and plain rayon crepe,  checked and plain g'ngham, flat silk  crepe and shantung also suitable.  Pattern price 25 cents. Bo sure to  nil in size of pattern. Address Pattern "Department.  How To Order Patterns  jM-dr������M: Winnipeg JSlowspaper Union*  lib McUermot Ave.,   Wminpeg  advertised and started taking them at  once. I continued for some little time,  and; since then I have had.no return  of my trouble."  Price, 50c. a box at all druggists  and dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co.,  Limited, Toronto, Ont.  Po-verized Fuel Plant  The Government of British Columbia has set aside the sum of $12,000  to place a pulverized fuel plant in one  the very j of the larger coastwise tugs, to ex-  j midst of the waving wheat. jperiment with the use of pulverized  A sower was sowing seed, so runs  Britiah colurabSa coal in marine wcirke  the parable. 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Its 5 healing vapors,  released by the body heat,  are inhaled direct to the  air passages;  (2) "It draws out" the  soreness like an. old-fashioned pott  ul-d.ee.  ways  4Sk'~__"_A      " ____Hlbh  *S������r   *^SE_i   "^AiAB^iC������r6__  4_-riBtS-ltII|EllSfIiifEgIlgBiiiiiitg������SiBSiEafICiSIi|^|  I    Sit Vl^^    i  S3 - *���������*���������  I RIBgQNS I  H        CHRIST__?E WHITING ������  ||    '. :-llRA^M"-_OTEFli.;- ������������������_������  :g Copyright 2929 ������  Uliai111 SI 11!31 !83!.!f IS9BIIE1-} rB9HB*?!"Slf.������������������If 1  CHAPTER m.���������-Conttaued;'.:.'"���������  "A very green hat?" questioned the  doctor.������������������ ������������������������������������������������������--  ';  "Exceedingly green," replied Char-  roian. "Have you made its acquaintance this soon?"  ���������"No, but we passed ft on the road,  or more correctly speakings on the  girl. I'll say it was some hat!"  "It came from Chrcago," s'ghed  Charmian. "It was ordered^ by mail.  Are you aware what a���������er���������distinguished thing it is to order a hat by  mail?'"  Though she spoke soberly, the corners of her mouth refused to remain  sedate, and the doctor burst into a  hearty laugh. They were chatting like  -p***!-"**--'. jy**4-_1'-'%j-'I-������_. ���������w_,������t_*_������-.   -���������4-Vv**������.������#  ���������f<^-J^wa_^-^l   /^i_-������������ ������n^w_r_i  -_f*v*-  *t *"-���������������*������������_>   *r ***>**.  -w*-**^^   jw^Jiyw-J-   \*M������T*f+jr+it-*a>-���������  a moment later. "T~  "You seem to.be having a real good  time," she commented. *j'Slt down,  both of you: No use wasting your  strength standing -when it's not necessary. The doctor's over to the Old-  hams' giving Susy a talking-to, or I  miss my'guess. She's been feeding her  babymince pie aga'n. At least, I  think she has for the poor child's in  a spasm and the doctor had to run.  He was black in the f ace--the baby,  . I mean; and little Jamie was all out  ; of breath from him*yin^;. Well, young  man, did you decide oh a room or  aren't they good enough ?���������'  .5 **They're much too good," replied  John Carter, as he brought a chair  for Charmian, and took the one by  Grandma himself. "I shall feel Ike  royalty, sleeping In that magnificent  'old -bedstead.";'     ..-.���������'. v ������������������  "The four-poster? Then you've "taken the room in the ell. Well, it'll make  things eas*er for. Charmian, even  though It doesn't seem exactly proper  to let you sleep where the help used  to. It's sunny. I'll admit that, and  warm in winter. Father Davis wasn't  one to put his he'p fnto a cold room,  "They're human beings like the rest of  us/ he used to say, 'and they shan't  freeze so long as they'll carry up the  coal.1' That was before we put in the  furnace. We had the first furnace in  Wickfield/' she added proudly. "Folks  came from far and near to see It, and  stand on the registers. I rera.crn.ber  old Miss Buzzell saying that it was  immoral to be so comfortable."  ���������"I venture to guess that Miss Buz-  zell wasn't a cheerful person to have  about," said John Carter with a smile.  -And you've guessed r'gnt," replied  Grandma with decision. "Nothing  ever suited Bessie Buzzell. Yes, you  can smile, fcut that was the name  they gave "her in the cradle, and she  carried it to the grave, no man e\'er  having the courage to ask her to  change it. The weather was always  too hot for Bessie Buzzell, or too cold.  If the sun shone, she'd be sure it  would rain next day; or if it rained,  she was certain it -would rain all the  week= The minister preached too long,  or else he wasn't giving fu'l measure  for tr's salary. Father "Davis used to  say that when they gave her a, harp  in Kingdom Come, she'd-ask for a  bass druift.. Here's the doctor now;  but Lizzie Baker's stopped him" at the  fence. Was L'zzie ailing when you  were there, Charmian? If she is, and  eats that pudding for her supper,  she'll regret it." "  ���������"I imagine," replied Charmian,  "that she merely wants to hear the  latest gossip, and hopes the doctor  can supply it."  "She'll foe disappointed,"' returned  Grandma -^^a^^uckle: '-if anybody  in Wickfield! Ilcaows how to keep h's  mouth shut, it's Edward Howe. That's  what you!! have to learn, young man  if you haven't learned it already.. A  doctor who's a. busybody never succeeds. , Polks know. .they. see. too jnuclh.  coming iin^'when^'ther^  the house and things upset. | Whyy  some folks srea't -the same characters  at all come I sickness! There's Jamie ]  Oldham, a limb of Satan if I -lever saw  One; but get' him all broken out witlij  measles, or Ibis neck tied up in a rag  for aore throat, and he's the meekest  lamb that ever bleat.  "And his father's just the opposite  ���������as; godly\ a man as ever passed the  contribution box on Sunday; but  when he has a cold in the head, Susy  (she's his second wife), goes almost  crazy. Once Ezra Bascomb was setting a light o' glass in the Oldhams'  cellar window. He's our R. F, D.  mart, but he does such jobs on holidays to help folks out and make an  extra dollar. Well, Ezra was working  iri the cellar, but the door upstairs  was open into the kitchen. The deacon was laid up with a touch of rheumatism, and he swears���������"  "Who? The deacon?" interrupted  John Carter, grinning.  Grandma's eyes twinkled.  "Well, according to Ezra," she began;; then broke off suddenly, "Dear  mo! hero I am commending Edward  Howe for keeping h's mouth shut, and  rattling on about ray neighbors with  my next broath! But you'll find uw  out, failings and nil, if you stay In  Wickfield. Charmian, you run and  make some lemonade. Here comes the  doctor, and he looks hot.  L ���������...__  \JB&.TRV IT TH S  EASY *M(  \WPLEAIANT WAYfeifll  \^ss-_.  - *^r*  "It's years since it's been used; but  it's well built, and won't need a mite  of repairing. Joseph Ames built it,  and there -wasn't an honester carpenter in town. There's a good fireplace,  and a desk and plenty of bookshelves.  Father's "books can _ go up attic to  make room, for yours."  "Gosh!" ejaculated the young man,  so fervently, that Charmian laughed  as she handed him a cup of coffee.  went across the   driveway   to   the  office. ���������"'������������������'-"��������� ���������'*'.'  ���������Til make a. start," she mused, as  she stood for a moment surveying the  dust of years. "The first thing Is to  clean the top bookshelves. No use  sweeping the floor with all that dust  to come down upon it.'* However, she  had hardly reached the top step- of  the ladder when a shadow fell across  the doorway and some one said:  ���������"What its thunder are you doing |  here?"  "Gracious* How you scared m������!"  The girl turned around and regarded  the caller from her perch. "Where'd  you come from, Jim, this time of  day?" ������  As Jim Bennett came nearer Charmian saw at once that he was wearing a new suit of rather better cut  #->_������_���������������������������    ������*#M<r������l      <-.<���������������-9    ������."_��������� ������i.+    '**-'=    ���������_>..-_?,_���������   ���������r.T__i."_i  polished to the "nth" degree.  (To Be Continued.)  *������fuii#t^!_Siir" s  _.__. Qcc.ii i__tpiea__u,   sne ventur  ed.  "K_y daughter Catherine is  fifteen yeara old. She waa very  irregular, often aick at her  stomach and had to stay in  bed two or three days at a  time. One of your booklets was  sent to us by mail ������o I got her  a bottle of Vegetable Compound. Catherine has been  taking Jt regularly nnd tshe Is  gaining in weight; and every  way. Itold the neighbor* and  four other"E-l-rb arc talcing it  with good results."���������Ma Cwr*  encc Jcnkinson,, Box 14, Thorn-  locOntoWa.  CHAPTER IV.  Charmlan stood on a stepladder in  W.   ������f.   U,   1821  the room that had boon Great-grand-  fath'er;DrtvlB,s law offl.ee. Tho doors  nnd windows wore opened to tho  breeze, and oho passing oould have  ooert,. at frequent intervals, the furious shalcinfir of n duster. For three  weeks the clootor had occupied tha oil  bedroom. It had boon Orandma's suggestion that ho'iiso' tho small bulld'ng  incroioa the driveway for an office.  Thoy wore nt breakfast ono morning  when the Idea came to her.  "JLoolc hero/' alio said. "Y.qu ought  to have a place to see your patients.  They"11 have none of you so long na  you go to Edward Howe's, Why not  U-e Father Daviu's oulco? It'a lumclv  to the '������troot, and no "good a location  aa Jroii could"find,"  "You moan that little old place In  ���������tlio'yard hero!?0  CJvandmti nodded. ���������','.-,  "I am. It's an inspirat'on. I was  just wondering if I'd better try to get  a room over the hardware store; but  this will be so much pleasanter and  more convenient. It seems almost too  good to he true^���������this wonderful  boarding place, and an office just  across the driveway. May I see it  now?"  4_STot till you've eaten a proper  breakfast," replied Grandma. ."Pass  hfm the toast, Charmian, I think he'3  too shy to ask for a second piece."  "I'm not,"_ denied the doctor, with  his engaging grin, ,f'but if you continue to, feed me so bountifully, and  your neighbors refuse to give me any  work, I snali put. on too much  weight"." -        , *- v ;  "Sou could, stand a few pounds  more and not foe too fleshy," Grandma retorted, scrutiniz'ng him closely.  "Seems to me your cheek bones need  more covering." .���������';'"  ���������"Grandma," reproved Charmian  sternly, "you mustn't make personal  remarks. And if you're really through  breakfast, Doctor Carter, "Fll get the  key and we'll inspect your office. I  don't see why we didn't think of it  before." ; ^   .     :-:-\  "I'm glad it's sjlet flnsh^with the  sidewalk so I Tcan|gee from* the window. ^who;:c1t^esf^^^:"_^r^aedicine,"  commented���������tJGhrwa^^.;iSlie^iid follow-,  (ed them to. the dobr^^d glanced up  as Clharna'an reached \������oirJ&Mey hanging oh a hail; "IDear me.'l'l she sighed t  "how many years it is since I used to  see Father Davis take that very key  down every morning. It I doesn't seem  hardly longer away than yesterday,  and It's almost a life time. Be careful  not to soil your dress, dearie. There'll  be a sight of dust on everything.  ���������"Want to come^?- quest'oned the  doctor. "I'll help you across."  Grandma shook her head.  "I've got to watch for the R. F. D.  man, Ezra Bascomb. He promised to  bring me a message from Emmy, and  he might forget it if I don't wave.  You open the doors and windows and  let the air blow through. It'll be a  good day's work to clean it up."  As the key grated in the lock and  the door swung back, John Carter uttered an exclamation of pleasure!  "What a peach of a place 1"  "Isn't it?" said Charmlan. "And  this room at tlio side wll make a  splendid waiting-room. I used to long  to use the whole thing for a play  house. Aren't these casement windows  beaut"ful ��������� ami the mantel, too?  You'd know that this was built in  the days' when carpentry was an art,  and a good builder took pride in his  work, Joseph Ames carved those fluted columns h'maolf. I remember hearing grandfather tell about i- when I  was a little girl. Lot's open the windows. Grandma's right, it will take a  lot of work to got it clean."  "I'll hire some one to do It, It's  much too dirty a job for you."  Charm'an laughed.  "It's not'easy to hire any ono in  Wickfield; and many'a tho time .I've  taoltlod worse things than this! If  you'll pitch in and help���������"*''  "ill, da every bit'of it, while you sit;  still and give tho necossary cllrect'ons.  My fingora Iteoh to begin; but I promised Doctor Howe to go his rounds  w'th him this morning. And don't you  dare touch it In my absence, young  lady EI won't havo you doing Jobs like  th'������ for mo."  Nevortholoflw, when the doctor wan  out of sight, the breakfast dlshoa disposed to/, and luncheon planned, Charmlan tied up hor head In a bluo handkerchief, donned a long apron,  and  NO MEDICINE LIKE  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Bab*  jyNE01ILBiS.ii!3Wks  And a B03? Friend."  writ*- SStu>������8 SaJico. __o_j-itu-$  My net- Ironlced Ye_s$ adds S  to 15 Hw. ia 3 wreaks. Skin dears  iikes-i-sic.4^o~LSt3������ati!>-, a������nresr  e~nLG_������p3e_sj__t1i-onined Yeast  tablets ������*s>dq dregs'-.! today.    -  "STor j-jltlher tne JNe-w Bom.  Or the Growing Child  There is no other medicine to equal  Baby's Own Tablets for little ones���������  ������.������ _������      *_.     ������ _>_      _1  ������������������ ���������      --      t._t������_.      *M     .   wucuici" bi. uc xui' _u.t; uewuuiu uauc ui  i -���������_���������*  the growing child the Tablets always  do good. They are absolutely free  from opiates or other harmful drugs  and the mother can always feel safe  in using them  ver Iry lhi$/  the greatest remedy for* "sore throat*,  whooping - cough. bronchitis. cough,  croup, head colds and tonsil ills. Good  results or money back, you can't lose,  try it. $1.50 post paid. Agrenctes wanted.  -.' KITCHENER TONSiUiTio. CO.,  Kitchener,  Ont.  ^j_Fl_HI___fcr__Ug CREW managers  ������������������^"wanted   in   all   big   centres  ia  ...      "a.   Si\i Viuwu  jr nj<ui  for     _������lio.������5  clothing. Big money and -weekly cash  bonus for producers.���������Bastow, 20 St  James St. IE., Montreal.  .. ���������                T-V-.  _(C������.k#4^������m3,     _>_-_.     _l__i_L   g  Armour, R.Et. 1, South Monaghan,  Ont.r says:���������"We have three fine,  healthy children, to whom when a  medicine, is needed, we have -given  only Baby's Own Tablets. - The Tablets are the best medicine you can  keep in any home, where there, are  young children."  Baby's Own Tablets are a mild but  thorough laxative which regulate the  stomach and bowels; banish constipation and indigestion*; break np colds  and simple fever and make teething  easy. They are sold by medicine dealers or direct by mail at 25 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont. "  ff?1i^  FS5E5 TRIAL P������C3CS.C������ o������ _>r. J. H. OuirUPS  Gre������n-M.ountai������i Aith'*!* <r*iT~-^.jSl<i p~n *s  request.- orlglaatea - tor SS89'" by th". airtld.  ���������pecialtat m respiratory diseases. Zte pleasaoc  strs'tjee-." vatwr. ."auteltly so01"he<5 and relleuea  asthma���������also catarrh. Standard rem������d>> ���������������  drug-gists/ 35 cents. 60 cents, and 91.50,  powder or ctgarett* Sorm. Bend to FftEETHtA.U  paefcae* og 6 ctsarettes. Oansdlan _>!strlbts������  tors, -.yaiaxts. X,td.. Dept. BB-3, 280 _x.  Paul St.:  West.   Montreal,   Canada.  Sdmoston Civic "Utilities  The five Edmonton city owned utilities created a record surpluus during  1929 of $516,562, in comparison with  a surplus of $507,-65 the year before.  Little Helps For Ths$  "Why suffer from corns when they  can be Ipainlessly rooted out by using  Holloway's Corn Remover.  The .Pacific Ocean is composed of  approximately. 68,634,000 square  miles.  Minard's Kills Dandruff.  The prize for good conduct at an  English school was won by Peter Perfect.  "I will not let Thee go, except Thoa  bless me."���������Genesis xxxii. 26,  Like a tide our work should rh>?���������  Each later wave the best,  Today is a king in disguise,  Today is the special test.  .....J-ike\a-sawyer's work: is life, ���������  The present makes the flaw;  And the only ileld for strife  Is the Inch Ibeforeilse saw.  : ���������John Boyle p'Reiiiy.  The days are over divine. Tbey  come and go like muffled and veiled  figures sent from a distant friendly  party*: but they say nothing, and if  we do not use the gifts they bring  they carry them as slently away.  ���������Ralph Waldo Emerson.  , ,'  j������  .Veerf^e**  M i  am:  The man who wouldn't drive hii  -motorcitr half a mile when it's out of  order, will often drive his broin nil  day with a head that's throbbing.  Such punishment Isn't very aood  tor one's nerves! It's unwise, nnd  it's unnGcoasary.. Far n tablet or  two of Aspirin: will relievo a heacl-  ocho evory time. So, jromembor  this accepted antidote for pain, nnd  spare youmolf a lot of needless buI-  forhiE. Read tho proven dlrectiona  and you'll dlseovor many valuablo  uaoB for tboBo tablets. For headache-f to check cold.. Tb caso a  Boro throat and reduce tho infection.  For rolfovlngc noumlglc, ncurltio,  rheumatic pain.  Peoplo used to wonder if Aspirin  might ho harmful. Tho doctors  answered that quoatlon yearn ago*  It Is not. Sftmo fotlcs _t tl.t wobcI cr ii  it renlly does relievo path. That'o  Bottled"! For milHons of men and  women havo found it does. To  euro tho cauno of any pain you must  connult your doctor; but; you may  alw������y������ turn to Auplria for Innruir*  dlato rclitf.  rsiiimviV������~5(i "Vttar Itoooril of BuoeesM.  rnAIMCM^KKl<UU^ THE   CRESTON   KEVISW  Mice were  nesting  on the bell  box  Mice were  the ��������� cause   of a  recent case of telephone trouble  in the Fairmont area, Vancouver.  A repairman was called to a  grocery store where the telephone was out of order. Although the instrument was in  view, the bell box was concealed  by a partition which had been  built sis front of it, and a desk  hid it on the other side of the  partition. Peering between the  desk and the partition, the repairman found the bell box���������  and the cause of the trouble.  A nest containing six infants  of the rodent family was on top  of the bell box, and old Mother  Mouse had gnawed completely  through the telephone cord.  Kootenay Telephone Go.  LlRfllTEO  FHE CRESTON REVIE  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance:  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON,  B.C..  FRIDAY, MAR    7  Join the Board of Trade  ing with the old Arrow Creek  scheme as far back as 1920, and  by its effort and cash contributions made possible the McCulloch  survey of a few years -ago on  which the present East Creston  system is based.  The board was very much to  the fore in getting the 50 per cert.  cut in Hand valuations at Camp  Lister, and had some part in getting favorable consideration for  the present domestic water system  in that area. In promoting highway betterments the, board has  always been on the job, and it is  no exaggeration to say that the  board's committee on publicity  has given Creston -Valley more  and better advertising than any  similiar locality in western Canada.  -  After resting on its laurels, as  it were, for two or three years,  the board is very desirous of duplicating former successes in other  lines of endeavor and for this  .year is undertaking to see what  can be accomplished for the fruit  industry by exhibits of Valley  fruit at a number of Alberta fall  fairs; by the distribution of literature setting forth the advantages  of the district; by the erection  of a hospital; beautifying the  local school grounds; encouraging all lines of athletics: establishing, if feasible, an airport.  These are jtst a few of the objectives that come to us offhand:  if there are any others they, too,; ^  will receive full consideration. ^  The board's slogan is, "If it will, $&  help the Valley, the board is for Is-n  lit." .M  "Foerster, James Bourdon. Grade 2 Senior���������Jack Moran, Vernon Donaldson,  Betty Kernaghan.  Perfect attendance���������Francis Bourdon,  Charles French, Russel Gabelhet, Marguerite Grant, Ernest Hills, Robert  Moore, Georgina Paulson, Gustav Steiti-  er, Vary "Watson, Ar drey "Weir, Campbell York, Phyllis Wilts, Billy McFarland,  Vernon Donaldson.  Christ Church, Greston  SUNDAY.  MARGH B  CRESTON���������11 a.m., Matir.s.  United Church  Rev. R. E. CRIBB, B.A., Minister.  11.00 a.m.���������WYNNDEL.  4.00 p.m.���������CANYON.  7.30 p.m.���������CRESTON.  teacher.  Division,  Per cent, atteddance 89.33.  Ranking: Grade 2b���������!Lorna Donaldson, Bert McFarland, George Cartwright.  Grade la���������Ethel Morrow, Margaret  Cribb, Lillian Hendren. Grade lb���������  Charlotte Wilks, Hazel Sueirs, David  McFarland.  Perfect attendance���������George Bourdon,  Harley Brady. Charlie Brunham, Kenneth French, Jack 1 all, "Lillian Hendren,  Olga Hurack, Ethel McLaren, Ethel f  Morrow, Jack "Ryckman, Hazel Spiers, [f  Hans Steiner, Vivian Walkey, Vera Watson, Charlotte Wilks, Edna Willis, Bert  McFarland, Lama Donaldson.  ' -**-- *���������-A - *���������--- , ^-A-*���������A.-A- - -���������,---���������-��������� J..��������� ._..._. A.-L>i-..A.-i. A   *..<_  We have a car of Imperial EGG COAL arriving at once. This  is a good hard  Coal  screened  to size of your fist and  excellent for domestic Ranges and Stoves.   Try a ton and  you will want more.    PRICES: $9.00 per ton direct from"  car; or $9.50 per ton. shed.    Place your orders at once.  -^DetCTA-iI  U!\  TDANQFIPD  fi    9 lills *^_P 6 ' 'BsaBm  REG WATSON  ALBERT DAVIES  W'*?"W  ���������yT'g'if'^'yy^'  ���������wwww yy y������ ���������y������������'yq>iyv"P,������,y  '-r-r-  .-,----#  IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!    S  If any interested citizen or ciJ -  iizens ha? or have not as yet been  called upon, this will notify that  some time between now and sundown Tuasday equally  interestc d j to be accomplished,  citizens will be  armed with  membership in Creston  Trade.  With these few facts to read,  mark,, learn and inwardly digest,  It wilt be at once apparent that a  comparatively large as well as live  membership is necessary if any or"  ; all of the objectives outlined  are  and it is to  looking  them up, j afford all good citizens opportun-  an  application  form'fry to  participate   in   this   good  admitting   the   signor   to   1930! work that the present canvass for  Board of; members is being undertaken, and  for which wer bespeak your favor-  Since its formation about a1 able consideration. The mem-  score of years ago the board has! bers"hip fee is but $5.  helped accomplish much of real  benefit to this community, and  back of this drive for membership  is a desire to continue this same  good work.  Full credit for securing incorporation for the village belongs to  the board of trade, and it can be  just as truthfully said that it was  at an adjourned meeting of the  board that the association handling the fall fair came into being  some twelve years ago.  No one will deny the very use-  Fehruary School Report  Division 1���������B. B. Stall wood, principal.  Per cent, attendance 94.8  Ranking: Grade 8���������Edith Rentz,  Jack Payne, Dorothea McDonald and  Allan Speers equal. Grade 7���������Lucille  Davis, Daisy Trevelyan,  Molly  Moore.  Perfect attendance���������Irene -Bourdon,  Lucille Davis, James Downes, Jack  Johnston, Molly Moore.Harold McLaren,  Nellie Payne, Jack Payne, Dorothy Palmer, Reetha Phillips,Bert Morrow, Edith  Rente, Jane Ross, Arthur Speers, Allan  Cut part the board has played in Speers, Lambert Spencer, Margaret  bringing the dyking of Kootenay Stapleton, DaiBy Trevelyan, Clifford  Flats so prominently to the front, (York- !  nor can  anyone gainsay that it Division 2���������Miss Meldrum. teacher.  was the board of trade that laun-      Per cent, attendance, 90.66.  ched the irrigation project,  start-'    Ranking:   Grade 6���������Eleanor Spratt,   J... !Ethel SutcUKe, Dorothy Colliu.   Gride  ���������  CJ  The New  tnt%* rw-  lip lop  Tailor  Samples  Have Arrived  The   new   Tip  rp  Fop  Tailor  Ham pies for Rnring havo  arrived. Call in and look  I'hfMTi over. All tho latest  .styles to choose from.  You aro under no obliga  tion  find  to   buy   unless  'ho  material to  your fancy,  you  Hllit  |   V. MAWSON   j  I <M ESTON t  J *  ���������*M ������*��������������� ������������������������* ....... ....... <���������������(, ... .. ���������������������������������������������' (  5   Ruth Spencer, Irving Ferguson, Mnr-  garet Torchia. j  Perfect attendance���������Douglas Alderson,'  Bill   Bourdon,   Frank  Brady.  Clarence  Etnbree, Bill Ferguson, Ruth Hare, Mar-'  garet Henderson,  INila  Hint?, Emmctt  Johnson,   Hughena    MeCrcath,   Lloyd  McLnren, Norman Nickel, Paul Paulson, i  Ruth Spencer,  Eleanor Spratt,   Stuart  Spiern, Ethel Suteltffe, Charlie  Taylor,  Margaret Torchia, Joan Donaldson.  Division 8���������Miss Wade, teacher.  Per cent, attendance *9G.4,  "Ranking: Grade 5���������-Theo. Tompkins,  Rachel Morrow, AuguRt Morablto.  Grade 4��������� Jessie Spratt, Clara Paulson,  Gladys Davies.  Perfect attendance���������"Edward Brady,  Maggie Bnuly.RIHy Cralg-.Gladys Davies,  Ruth Davis, MniBio Ferguson, Doris  Hondy, lorm Hills, Tom Lewis, Aurub^' $  Momhito, Rachel Morrow, Holon MTo- ^  Croftth, Beryl Palmer, Clara Paulson,  donn Ryckman, JoasiG Spratt, Tlioo  TompkiiiH, TresBaTorohiB, Uiehard Travel yan. Ktilth. Wtilkoy, Edna Wulkoy,  Billy Weir. ,  Dlvtalon 4 MJIbh Hoi mow, teacher.  For cent, iittcmlnnv~> WO.  It unking! Grrw'lo it Senior���������Stanley  Huiiftlivn, Jtolw.b Mooro, Ciunphull York,  tinwliwli. <Iunmr ���������1Uihh������-11I GuIhAIio'i, UIhh  ajL  iLXCiasiVe  Agency  for iks New and Better  Oiltiar     thermo  electric  which is now on Display in his Stare  FREE   HOME  Demonstration  JTc  ���������"11  ail  glCMJI^  place one of  tt ePF wonderful  washers in your  hoK.c to do a  whole week's  va~fcing and no  obligation t o  buy. Only in  ti i * ay can  -��������� \- ft Ty realize  the tremendous  avrg in time,  1: p'thardmon-*  ey 11 is machine  m srns to   you.  ,romr of its  Outstanding  Features:  The Thermo Tub  Made of 18-oz. copper nickel plated  (heavier  than  others).    Large   capacity.  Insulated to keep the water hot. Keeps the  kitchen or laundry cool. Steel encased.  Beautifully finished in grey Duco. Easily  kept clean.  Speed and Efficiency  Smooth, flashing speed, developed  through mechanical perfection. Polished  aluminium bell-shaped agitator, Positively  no wear to the most delicate fabrics. Amazingly efficient in operation.  Ihe Wringer  Equipped with the famous all-steel  Connor Safety Wringer. Oversize dry-  wringing cushion rolls; ball bearing, Automatic pressure adjustments.   Instantaneous  safety release.  The Guarantee  The Connor Thermo Washer is guaranteed for 12 years���������the longest ever written.  This liberal guarantee evidences our faith in  tho mechanical perfection of this wonderful  machine.  FOR  HOMES   WITHOUT  ELECTRICITY  ���������this machine is supplied with BUILT-IN  GASOLINE ENGINE.    Write for booklet.  EASY TO OWN  TERMS TO SUIT YOUR  CONVENIENCE.  THE  ONLY  THERMO  MACHINE IN ��������� CANADA  The greatest value ever offered in an Electric Washer,      A 100 Per Cent, Canadian Product.  S.   A..   SPEERS  'ipraoNiaitt  ORESTON  H, R. TREKERNE* Factory Rep,  A^3RS"_f"Sar������"_r^^ sty*  TALIS   UJ-tl.HTUJ!������   JttJfiVIJfiW  -m ���������<&. r  w  ^*pr***ymp i'|iiiywyn|n||i|^i'������y,wyir|| lyiyi y -y*wy*^**������^p--l)iii*,< y*"^r**l*y*Hf *"*^*0'i y ryr-y iy> m������"*y ' ff "yy ' "y "*"<F "F ' '^P ""^  E. YOUR. HOUSc  for ELECTRIC LIGHT-  the Westings-house Plan  All work guaranteed to pass Government inspection^  . Neat and Serviceable  Work at  Standardized Electrician Rates I  a  TilWli^CSfli  S3 9 ������������������ SS 53 wt 59 ^^^s^mr   ^3   v3  Local and Personal  '���������''��������� *' ������������������������������������.���������'.������������������������������������'-��������� ������������������ '-������������������������   .'"   '  '��������������������������� ��������� ���������'��������� --��������� ���������-  FOR SALE���������-End-dump gravel box.  Come in and look it over. Morrow's  Blacksmith'Shop, Creston.  The local Chinese are showing enterprise in installing electric light. The  Pacific restaurant and Ding laundry are  now using Creston Light & Power Company "juice." The wiring was done by  E. G. Timmons.  mi , ,r������__���������1-_. *~*l.  .U C!..���������,__-._*.���������_���������       /"���������-������������������,_  3  WESTINGHOUSE DEALER  Electric Supplies and Fixtures. Radios, Radiolas.  1- ���������.    ������������������ - A-������������������ _ ���������     ������������������ - ���������.. ���������     ���������     ���������.     'A,  0 O JC f3 S  As the prospects are good for a large crop of Apples this  year we advise growers to place their, orders for  immediate   delivery.    We   will   assist  them   in  carrying these boxes by givingpa special discount  for all  orders   for   delivery   before   April   1st.  j CKLAuS. O. RODG  brook's newest and very best dance orchestra will supply the music for the St.  Patrick's dance under Rod and Gun Club  auspic-s at the Grand Theatre ballroom  on Monday-night, March 17th.  Mrs. Doyle has just arriyed from Nelson and will be making Creston her home  for the present at.least, with her daughter; Miss A. Doyle. They have taken  the bungalow S. A. Speers has erected on  his lot at the north end of town.'  There was a fine turnout on Saturday  afternoon at the meeting of orchardists  to hear reports on the recent B.C.F.G.A  convention at Vancouver. The delegates,  W. G. Littlejohn and W. R. Long, presented carefully prepared reports.  At the baseball meeting on Sunday  afternoon Frank Putnam was unanimous choice for club president for 1930=  A meeting to form the proposed- international league is expected to take^ place  at Bonners Ferry on March 23rd.  Friday, March 21st, has been booked  by Creston Curling Club for their usual  bridge in connection with which will be  the presentation of the cups won by the  President. Bundy and Joyce rinks this  season.   The admission is 50 cents.  The vaudeville entertainment under  Christ Church Ladies' Guild auspices at  the Grand on Tuesday night was about  the biggest money maker of any popular  price concert in recent, years. The intake was in the neighborhood of $165.  sely popular wherever they appear. The  admission to this dance is $1.25 to gent?,  with ladies, $1,  Another important sale of ranch property was completed on Thursday last  when CrO. Rodgers disposed of his 26  acres of orchard which are situate alongside the Albert Stewart (Stocks & Jackson) place on the lower Erickson road.  The buyer is C. Hollm, who three years  ago purchased the 9ohn Hobden place,  which is situated within the village limits.  The Rodgers place is in good bearing and  Mr. Hollm has certainly acquired one of  the most desirable fruit farms In the  Creston district.  F. H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  Listings solicited.  GRESTON.     B.C.  B-.  ���������H  Fob* the BEST in  frlVfi  ITS  M- *"������p'll "Wc������   aro  Viansf-Hirwif   1-K_������    TvT A "PI   "G*    T T? A 17  ";������?** ���������'^'-'���������'v  Bran,    Shafts*   Middlings?   -Corn* :��������� 'Cracked'"'  Com, 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 us orice and be convinced.  It's Just Xoo Bad  It's unfortunate when we hear of anything that proves to us  that wehave misplaced our confidence; quite of ten it costs money-  to make a wrong guejis.  There is no  guesswork when you give your  PLUMBING and HEATING contracts to us.  Your Plumbing contract sholald be awarded to a reliable firm to ensure  satisfaction. Cheap plumbing fixtures, poorly installed, are not only a  source of constant annoyance, but a menace to health.  "When building for permanency, eliminate chance by availing yourself  of the best advice, material and workmanship. "' Come in and let us talk it  over. ' * . ���������  "We are also building Septic Tanks, Concrete and Steel Tanks, and  they are guaranteed to give the very best of satisfaction.  In our Tinshop we can supply you with whatever you- need. Tanks  ate built to order, Eavetroughing, Conductor Pipings etc. Also Soldering of  any kind of metal. *  In our General Blacksmith Shop we can assure you of satisfaction on  whatever repair work you may bring there. "We have mechanics in this  shop who have had a good many years of practical experience in that kind  of work. And do not forget that it is much cheaper to have a broken casting Oxy-Acetylene Welded than to buy a new one, and It is just as strong.  As we by now will be starting building our well-known STEEL  SPRAY TANKS we wish vou would be kind enough to give in your order  to assure prompt delivery.  1  Greston Blacksmith, Plumbing & Heating Go.  S. STEENSTRUP,  ���������v  A. S. REED.  * ^���������^������������������������ -*������^ ������g������i_^^������-g������i i^������  Dr. arid Mrs. O. Lillie, who have been  at Calgary, Alberta,*of almost three  months, where the former was under  special doctor's care, are now On a visit  with their son, Roy, at Blairmore, leaving Calgary about the middle of last  week.  The Miss "Vickers (Coulter) bungalow  on Victoria Avenue is being given a complete renovation, and when the good  work is completed the home will be occupied by Mj. And JMts. J. S. Clowes.  Mri Clowes is the new manager of the  Imperial Bank.  Mr. and  Mr:  ir nj v.xj.i-i./jLj.ii-r'c     gvi-  Sole agent for GALT COAL,.  .,13  I  Thrift  consists in spending less than  yon earn.  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings balances and shall welcome your  account*  ���������"ia  ������S0  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creston Branch - IU J. Forbes, Manager  -y_-y-^..���������y ,,.1|p-.^.T.^-M^���������y.,.-1|^..y ...^.p^p,^, ^ , ,^,y,-.   I   If ������M>M   I  -  <"_...  The Consolidated Mining &  Smleting Company of Canada, Ltd  Office, Smelting and Refining Department  TRAIL, British Columbia  Smelters and Refinen,  Purchasers of Gqld, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.  Produce��������� of Gold, Silver, Copper Piur Lead and Zinc.  TADANAG BRAND  back on Friday from a month's holidaying with relatives and friends at Portland,  and other Oregon points, *Mr. Warwick,  who has been in charge of: the barber  shop, returned to Bonners*-.' Ferry at the  fir������t of the week.  LAND BUYERS���������Befo'fe purchasing  land in Creston Valley be' sure and consult me. I have been here for 26 years,  and am thoroughly acquainted with all  properties in the district.. Get my un  biased advice before buying. ALEX.  MIRABELLI, Creston.  Now that the village commiesioners  have announced that the council is unable to handle the public-library it is expected delegates from the old library  board will wait on the council at Monday night's session in quest of a grant to  enable the library to function.  ��������� For proficiency in memorizing scripture  Kathleen Bundy Lucille Davis, Iris Tay  lor, Allan Speers and Charlie Taylor  were awarded prizes consisting of beau  tiful leather bound St. John's gospels at  St. Stepehn'B Presbyterian |Church Sabbath school on Sunday morning.  The lO-aor o ranch of the late R. G. A.  Hockley was sold this weold to���������G. Arcuri  of Blairmore, Alberta. With its location  quite close to town and planted to good  varieties tho place is n most desirable  one. Mrs. Arcuri arrived at the end of  the week to join her husband, and they  got immediate possession.  MIsb Rita Elliott, n well known Vancouver evangelist, -will conduct oldtimo  revival services at the Full Gospel Mission commencing Sunday morning nnd  on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.  ShceomoB hero from Kimberley where  the largest hall in the town has boon used  to accommodate tho big attendances nt  hor eervices.  According to an official return brought  down In tho legfajiaiurc at; Victoria on  Tuesday Inst sales at Creston liquor store  from July lat to December 81st, amount-  to $86,106.00. For Decpmbor 28rd tho  eiuih intake was $0St8, and on December  24th tho Intake wn-,1 $1066.' Included In  this total is tho sale of boor to tlio parlors  at; Kitchener and Sirdar,     j i  For thnit* annual St. Pftlirifk'm dance in  tho Grand Theatre ballroom on Monday  night* 17th, the Rod and Gun Club aro  Introducing tho Crembo Club Syncopa-  fcors, nn orchestra of nix pieces���������two aiiX"  aphemef, plnno, vJolin, br,n^o, drvtma ������������������-  fyom Crwnbroolr fbnt;nre pvovlnjf Immwi-  ni^yyyi^y   ������  i ai_^o^>  You can save tip ward of $100 by buying  your new Ford now. See us if you are  thinking of getting a new car this spring.  We have some very attractive prices on the  model now in stock.    Also some real buys  :_- ���������__j r^c���������.- '. a nn���������������_���������i_~  fill    USCU    Xo'tttB   tt/i������������_.    JLLUC&-S.  Let as give you an Estimate o^  your House for Electric Lights  Have your work done by the firm that can guarantee it to pass  Government Inspection and save yourself a lot of inconvenience, trouble aud expense. We use all standard material, and  our workmen are careful. Work done in the shortest possible  tLue and at the shortest notice.  1  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER    &,    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  S3  COD LIVER OIL  Stock, $1.85 pi.    $8.75 for five gallons  BLACK LEAF "40"  ORDER ;NOW.    Supply will arrive  in  two weeks.  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  TI-JEJ REXALL STORIS  GEO. 11-1. K333I_1UY  wmmmtum  tkmmmssasawmmmBmn,'.,...: '.'-rt oar.- .��������� j.2_������.__ swza/j_t  Save Trips to Town  You in ay safely send your  deposits to this .bank by mail.  Every deposit by mail will be  given careful and immediatp  attention, and you will receive  an acknowledgment by return  post.  aitt  IfviPEIUAl,   BANK  OF CA3>KAXAA.  CRESTON BRANCH  X S, W. CLOWES, Monoccr.  ^mmmmmmmMmmm^mmm>tim^vmmm^mmm*^*\'i^mu^^ THE   REVIEW,  CRESTOK,  0.  E__  Salada Orange Pel&oe Blesitf  *f*wli f t?@nt tlie gardens*  Production and TSlarketing Problems  Made WoittJerfu! Flight  Albatross Kept Up With Ship For  SsOO������ Miles  The flying* /powers of the albatross  are Well known, "but news of an almost Incredible feat of endurance has  just ."been reported by officers of a  Pac'flc liner from the Far East For  s'x days and nights .an albatross followed the vessel, which averaged  seventeen knots, and it was only  when a school of fish was sighted  that the bird abandoned the chase In  order to feast. It was estimated that  the bird had flown a������000 mites, and  what is more remarkable had apparently gone without food all the time,  J! nt-������  . __.!���������������������������_  _.������. ���������������������������������>������������������-~  In  as  orcl^-fiy  reason of the  -manner, and thus prevent disastrous breaks in prices by  throwing- of a large portion of the surplus on the world's market at one  time, all with a view to securing to the producer a fair margin of profit over  and above costs of production, is not peculiar to the wheat growers of  Western Canada. It is a problem which confronts agricultural producers in  many countries,  and applies to other products than wheat.  Governments and producers are grappFng with the problem. In Canada  it is wheat; in the United States it is wheat, cotton, and, as affecting its  overseas possessions and Cuba, in which the "U.S. takes a friendly interest,  it is sugar; in Brazil and other South Araeticaa countries it Ss coffee; in.  certain British colonies it is rubber.  In each case the problem is a most complicated one. Such factors as  Hub J������ Sn To EcSicva &  ��������� H__l  :Gtm?mgfrk5id^^  SUFFERED FOR YEARS  FROM NEUKHIS  Electric   Treatment   and Osteopathy Proved Of No Avail  To suffer for four years from neuritis. To try electric treatments, osteopathy, have teeth and tonsils removed without receiving the least  benefit was the experience of Mrs.  Simon Rae, of St. Mary's Ont. Today, however, Mrs. Rae is a well woman���������thanks to _>r. Williams' Pink  These Pills did for her what  Plla.          world consumption; world production, fluctuating with variable seasons from j all other treatment had failed to do.  under-production to over-production;  the ability of importing countries to  They built up her blood and banished  pay the price demanded as fair by the producing and exporting countries; !ail tne aches and pains  different seasons and methods of marketing; costs of labor and marketing in  one country as contrasted with those prevailing in other competing countries, all enter the picture and call for consideration.  Ia the Argentine, for example, orderly marketing- as we would develop  ft in Canada is impossible. In that great wheat growing and exporting country there is no elevator storage system. When the crop is harvested it,raust  be rushed on. to the market at once, and the growers are obliged to accept  the price they can get for it at that timo. If the crop is large,' or' if. there  happens to be a substantial world's surplus at the t:me, the effect Is to force  down world prices, with resultant iosss. not only to the Argentine groover, hut  to wheat g-owers everywhere. The Canadian Wheat Pool had to face just  such a situation in 1&20-3Q.  In the United States a Federal Farm Board has Jaeen created and given  a huge sum of money to use in an effort to stabilize prices of agricultural  prodiicts in that country. That Board i3 now facing Its first test.  It has  Retsces.. Regarding Aga  Mea In British "House ������_ Parliament  Hold Back Information  Reticence regarding age is a char-  acteriat'c and privilege usually Attributed to women, but not so in the British House of Parliament, There are  102 male members off the new House  of Commons who have not, so far,  confided their ages to Dod's Parliamentary Companion, an official handbook.  Seventy-nice" of them are Labor  members, 16 are Conservatives, six  are liberals, and one is an independent. Of the 14 women members, nine  claim the privilege and do not state  their ages.  Saskatchewan: Butter Production  An Increase of 30 per cent. In tho  output of creamery butter over that  of J1928 is seen in a report of the  dairy branch of the Saskatchewan  Department of Agriculture. The production during* 1929 was 14,736,205  pounds of butter, as compared with  11,310,490 pounds in 1928.  called upon the farmers to reduce product!on of cotton, "and wheat in 1930, by  planting smaller crops. Will the farmers as a whole, or even a majority of  them, resnond? Or w'll the individual farmer act on the belief that, inas  much as other farmers will follow this advice and prices thereby be raised,  it is a good opportunity for him to increase hfs own production and secure  the benefits provided as a result of the proposed general reduction ? If so,  then there is grave dansrer that a greater surplus than ever will be produced.  Or, if the United States farmers do follow such advice and reduce production, will advantage not be taken of it by wheat growers in competing  countries to increase production, thereby defeating the object aimed at in  world markets, and reap any benefits resulting from the sacrifice made by  the United States farmers?  In a word, can the volume of production of such a world commodity as  wheat be controlled? It is possible to control the output of manufactured  articles, say, automobiles, boots, furniture, clothing, but can the production  of nature's own goods from the soil be controlled in like manner by any  artificial means, or must that be left to nature itself through the vicissitudes  of the weather,���������drought hail, too much rain, plant disease and insect pests?  Great Britain tried the experiment of controlling the rubber markets of  the w-rld. For a time it succeeded; but just as soon as the world consumers  of rubber felt the pinch of too high prices, steps to increase production in  various ways were taken.  Or take the case of coffee. Brazil produces two-thirds of the world's  supply of coffee. The Brazilian Government, to protect growers against  price depression, sn 1924 organized the Coffee Defense Institute. The Institute  was not empowered to buy, but merely to see to it that coffee was kept in  the interior, and released to exterior markets only when and as the demand  and price-level were favorable. In "the first few years of operation the  Institute's aim was realized. The 1924-25 crop prices were almost exactly  double the prices for wh'ch the 1922-23 crop had been sold.. But there was  one inevitable outcome. Higher prices for coffee and the restriction of  Brazilian exports stimulated the output of -other prodttcing countries, with  the result that Brazil no longer influenced the world market .as much as previously. Whereas coffee production of all other countries before the war was  only 6.000 000 bags a year, today it averages around 9,000,000 bags. Furtherr  more, Brazil went in more extensively for coffee growing. Following an  average output of 14,000 000 bags annually during the decade beginniu^ 1917,  the crop product'on of 1927-28 reached the unprecedented total of 28,000,000  bags, or well above the estimated world consumption of 22,000,000 bags a  year.  Then came the inevitable result. In October last, prices broke, and in  January of this year prices for coffee were just one-half what they had  been at the same pe iod a year before. As a rsult there is In Brazil today a  curtailment of credit, much unemployment, a cutting down of highway and  mun'c'pal undertakings, a loss in foreign contracts, and a lessening of buving  power in the other coffee countries of Colombia, Venozuela, Coata Rica,  Guatemala, Salvador, Nicarajruo. and Ecuador, The estimated world's supply  of coffee for 1929-30 is .5 256,000 bags, while the world's requirements arc  placed at 23 000 000 bags, leaving nn unsold surplus on July 1st next, to  carry over of 22,256 000 bags, or nearly one-half of the total.  Ono of the leading United States agricultural weeklies, ���������"Wallaces'  Farmer," publ'shed at Des Moines, draws a lesson from "the sad state oi  B azilian coffee and British rubber," saying: "Whenever an industry gets  into position to control price, it Is important to forget about cost-of- production theories. In a case of this sort, tho only excuse for studying cost  of production is to get an idea as to tho point at which prices must-be held  in order to discourage other people from coming into the business nnd killing  the gooae that lays the golden egg, by stuffing her to death. The important  thing is to hold the p*icc a little too low, and apparently this Is tho one  thing which organized farmers find it verv difficult to loam,"  Direct attacks are also made on tho U.S. Foderal Farm Board's plan to  curta-1 production. One load'ng paper declares: -"It is a distinct elipiBorvlco to  nirrlcrJture and to ou- economic structure in goneral to preach tho doctrine  of a sharply curtnllod agricultural production. For with such curtailment  must go migration of population from the farms to the c'tiea, and with that  cither increased factory production creating tho same p-oblom of ovorsupply  that now cxtat-* in ngriculfuro, or tva aggravated unemployment problem.1'  Tho magnitude of tho problem confronting our farmers, our Wheat  Pools, our financ'al and business men, ou- Governments, can hardly bo ovor-  ert'mnted. Because of the very magnitude of the problem, and the results  which will flow from success or failure in finding a solution, it is the duty of  all our people, In city nnd country alike, to stand unitedly behind those who  are earnestly Jieelclnnf a solut'on, and who aro carrying nn extremely heavy  burden of repponsibHty at thin-time. It is a case wliero all must���������,-puU  together, where carping criticism should bo nlloncod, and tlio profonnlonrri  pOHSim'st and preacher of blue ruin squelched. __  Concerning her suffering and relief  Mrs.   Rae  says:���������"I  was   a  sufferer  from   neuritis   and   rheumatism   for  four years.     I was almost a cripple  and the pain I endured was terrible.  I took sixty electric treatments without the least benefit. On advice I had  ail nay teeth out. Then my tonsils but  still no benefit. I then tried osteopathy  and though I persisted in this treatment for ^is Taonths I was no better  at the end than at the beginning. I  was a. young woman living on-a farm  and found the^ greatest difficulty in  doing  the   least  work.    My   mother  finally advised me to try Dr. Wiliiaaas'  Bi__k,Pills, and more to please her  than anything else I did so. Imagine  my joy on noticing an improvement  In nay condition after having taken  only a few boxes.     I continued their  use and now the pains and aches have  left me and I am once more able to  do my work about the house."  Neuritis and rheumatism comes  with thin impure blood and . can be  driven out by enriching and purifying  the blood. Dr. Williams* Pink Pills  have been recognized for years���������the  world over���������as a -wonderful blood  builder and nerve restorer. They are  sold by medicine dealers or by" mail  at 50 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Asthma Victims. The man or woman subject to asthma is indeed a  victim. What can be more terrifying  than to suddenly be seized with paroxysms of choking wh'ch seem to  fairly_threaten the existence of life itself, mrom such a condition Dr. J. mj.  KeMogg's Asthma Remedy has  brought many to completely restored  health and happiness. It is Tchdwn and  prized In every section of this broad  land.  Don't Get Bald!  1  Use Mlnard's. A recognized  hair growei: for fifty years. Apply to scalp steadily four times i  a. week.   '* ;       -'"-���������":'''-"I/���������'.;:!',:"'"!'���������',      ������  C.F.H. "Farm S_and gales  Canadian Pacific farm land sales,  .made through the Department of N_-  j tural Resources, covered more than  A young "Mississippi farmer who is 400.GSG acres in 1829,"_,ceord's.g to S.  only twenty years old has discovered ���������<_. Porter, manager of the depart-  how W-_aaIke_~_r^^ pay. IBs suc^ |n_ent. More than 200 sales were mad*  cessfui jnethod was to elope with an in the company's irrigation block,  heiress. eastern section, near Calgary.  The Need Of the Hour  The" gentleman, who asked over the  radio what is the most important  thing in the world is hereby ::ofarmed that the most important need in  the world is for men who -will stand  before the microphone and say less  and entertain more.  For*Hwu|>lf5  due to Acid  H_A������rBOW<  M--M3ACMB  When a mother detects from the  writh'ngs and fretting of a child that  worms are troubling it, she can procure a reliaole remedy in'"'Miller's  Worm Powders which will expel all  worms from the system. They may  cause vomiting, but this need cause  no anxioty, because it is but a manifestation of their thorough work. No  worms can long exist where these  Powders are used.  Many people, two hours after eating, suffer indigestion as they call.it.  It is -usually excess acid. Correct It  with ah alkali. The best way. the  quick, harmless apd efficient way, Is  Mai-lips' Milk of Magnesia. It has remained for 50 years the standard with  physicians, One spoonful in water  neutralizes many times its volume in  stomach acids, and at once. The syiu-  toms disappear in five, minutes.  You wtK never use crude method*  when you know this better method.  And you will never suffer from, excess  acid when you prove out this easy relief. Please do that���������for your own  sake���������now.  Be sure to get the ^genuine Phillips"*  Milk of Magnesia prescribed cy physicians for 50 years in correcting excess  acids. Each bottle contains mil directions���������any drugstore. '���������'  Sugar Beet Acreage  Sugar beet acreage was increased  to 3,470 in the Lethbrldge region during 1939, or an increase of 1,188 over  1928, and comparing with 752 acres in  1925.  Time Has Tested It.���������Dr. Thomas'  Eclectrlc Oil has been on the market  upwards of fifty years and! in that  time it has proved a blessing to thousands. It is in high favor throughout  Canada and Its excellence, has carried  its fame" beyond tho seas. If it were  double tho price it would ho a cheap  liniment.  ;J>iui:_^M&:  r*% i   tfrnm t I m m Ir *J <^r  Soviets. Sol aw Jewelry  Diamonds, precious motala, jewelry.  foroign currency, antiquarian articles  and other private, property amounting  to 100,000,000 -tuhloa (about $50,000,-  000), havo been nolKod from private  traders and other classes In Morcow,  tlOHcrlbed ������h "parasitical" for payment of taxeti owed to the government.  Foretold Use Of Stocwn  While tho date of tho Invention of  tho locomotive "Us usually placed at  1820, Solomon do Cause, a Frenchman, published u- hook early in the  17th century concerning the ''pushing  of carriages and ships by, boiling  water and malting steam." He waa  put in an asylum in 1030.  Nearly all children are aubjoct to  worma, and many are born with them.  Spare them wuflfeHng by using Mother Graves' Worm Bxtorminator, an  excellent remedy.  Reglua Building Permits  Final figures of building permits  tor Regina Dhow contracts jurat ox-  condlhfj ton million clollarn, or $10,-  022,r>Ui on compared w.th $0,610,200  in lOfeB,  IJmo Mluard'H In tlio Stable,  W.   N,   U,    1827  YOU'LL FIND A  hundred vital,  saving uses for Para-  Sani Heavy Waxed  Paper in your home.  Comes in -handy,  snnitary, Jcnlfc-edged  package. For less exacting uses: ''Centre  Pull' Waxed Tissue  (tflat sheets). At  grocers, druggists,  stationers.*  (-pplofotd ^-flgpert %oducit������  HAMILTON 0NTAWIO  m������������Md  Western ReprwcnlailMs:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SA&K. ra  __C!J   REVIEW.   CRT5STON;   B.   G.  #  BRISKERDEMAD  FOR POOL WHEAT  ANTiGlPATiD  Montreal.���������-As a ,result;^^conferences held' in ���������l^ndon-/b^tcvWn'vrej)!re*  sentatives of  the" Wheat Pools,  the  Well Known In Canada  At  Cardinal    Merry    del   Val   J>Les  r y: Vatican After .OperalEoU . -. .. I  ���������   Home.���������Cardinal Merry    del , Val,  former papal ce c retary- Ipf state and hi  recent years archpriest of St. PeterTs,;  died from heart failure aftcranoper-  1a.t|on.,fOr appendicitis, ..,..".,���������-���������     .'..%/���������..,  ... :,Gardlnal - Merry, del ^Val^vras'; Iseere-  tary I'of: st at e\ under'Po'pe .Pius'"X.; He  j was particularly well known in. Cart-  i_ritisn  <_toverament ana tne xsriciaja. i ^&  Milling    Association, .there , la    the j; ���������.-/ lg96 h_i proceede<a as papardele:  strongest reason to believe that pur- .gate to Cana<3a to t orj the ad_  ���������abases of Canadian Wheat in future i^t^t. of c!aima of thc  Canadian  Will not only be increased but will be . bSshops as   to    separate    s.-hool-    In  made in on orderly manner ��������� covering ' ���������.������-���������=_.__    .,-._���������_._.���������_._.    .    .  the crop year.        '  A. J. McPhaU and W. A. McLeod,  the Wheat Pool representatives who  conferred with the British Government and the Milling Association,  (declined to be quoted in regard  to their mission. INe.ther would they  Issue any statement except a brief  Bote dealing- with the conferences  with Rt. Hon. J. A. Thomas. This note  'is couched in very definite language.  Informally, it was learned that the  MAKES IMPORTANT DISCOVERY  S  nsiirance For Canada9:  Unemployed Predicted  Manitoba. He was protector of some  religious orders in Canada. " among  them the Sisters of Charity, known  as the Grey Sisters Of Canada. Cardinal Merry del Val was one of the  most" distinguished figures iff the modern history of the papacy. He was  made a cardinal in 1S0S at the com- \  paratively early age of 38 and forth- ! ���������,������._, s.--    -..___-^-^    ...   ^ -��������� . ;    %V*J-<.      AIUk������ OkAWWwtiMU'Vl *** _i������3'Oi_.������,V-**^  with was created secretary of state tb , gj-^ extract of ^ great value in-re  Pope Pius X.  :   The  cardinal.was of  noble  Spanish :Ibirth.,     His father was Spanish  eonference in I_ondon fa'led to achieve [ambassador    to-    the    court   of    St.  the results _ entertained by .Mr.  Thomas while- in Canada last autumn.  Mr. Thomas had a plan whereby"the-  ���������xport movement of wheat to Great  Britain could be regulated; In- the past  the export of wheat has been irregular. There have been very heavy; out?  ward movements in some months and  practically none at all in other  months. In the seasons of glut much  ������f the grain has been carried . in  tramp ships, which carried little or  bo cargo other than wheat..  Mr. Thomas was Inclined to believe  Shat if the British Government built  large storage elevators in England a  steady movement of wheat from  Canada could be assured. This would  tend   to  James .-when the future cardinal was  born in Ix>ndor_, in .1866.     .  Nine Lose Lives in Fire  Mother Superior and EighS Children  1 Perish In Northern School  The Pas.���������Eight Indian pupils and  a mother superior of the Cross Lake ! Coimnons ^alUng for. a  School. 125 miles ^rthwest of herc J cents^per bushel to be patd when the  ! wheat entered.the TJmted States, and  Premier King Hopes Plan Win Soon  Be Worked Gut  Ottawa, Ont.���������ISventually Canada  'will hava a s^isp&irpS:;Tsx^t^loym^it^  \ ��������� InsuraneeFlP^ .;. King  ;������re_^tec^^ deputation  Seeking Federal, aidi ib municipalities  "and provinces oi_ unexsp������Gy_i_e_iv rs--  lief. This, he sa'd/was I the only constructive way to deal with the unemployment situation and he hoped it  would soon be possible to work put  an insurance plan.  Seasonal measures in the way of  relief and public works were of no;  permanent assistance, and an insurance plan offered the only construc-  t'vje way of avoiding distress. Vn-  der it those who expected relief and  those who employed them- would be  compelled to contribute to a fund during their periods- of employment, arid  Would receive benefits when out of  work.  While-efforts, had apparently been  made by Mayor Webb, of Winnipeg;  i pursuant   to   the   decisions   of   the  .'i-~������������������~ recent conference  on unemployment  PropbscsHTax -On JSxport Wheat Going  fn' the Manitoba   capital,    to   secure  Into United Statics j representation from all parts of the  Ottawa.���������With the view to prevent- ' country on the delegation which re-  ing the mixing of Canadian wheat ex> cently presented the case for unem-  ported through-United States ports, J. ployed relief, it was significant that  G. Ross, (LiberaJ, Moose Jaw), pre- only the large cities of Western Consented a resolution hi the House of  ada were represented.  tax   of    10 j      I! ���������'  .       __-���������____���������L_���������.��������� . ' . .  FARMERS REJECT  ENTER POLITICS  J-r. J". S. Gc__iT,' cha'i-nan of the IDc  partment Of Bio-chemistry, at McGill  University, and co-worker with Dr. F.  G.  Banting,  in. discovery of insulin,  -        4,  u.       _  lieving certain disorders.  _ _..ral  were burned to death when fire raged  through their school several days ago,  according to word relayed 3n here by  Indian runners.  . Only meagre .details of the tragedy  were brought in.      It is not known  Asks lighter Motor Laws  how   the  fire  originated.   The  Cross  provide freight liners with ! i_ake School was a stone structure,  and was valued at $30,000.  It-is thought that'the fire started  on the third,floor of the building, in  the ..west, part of the. maia-. section,  where the Indian girls-were quartered.   ���������  The sister.superior died in a brave  attempt to lead- some of" tBa'e children j  through   the     flaming     building    to  safety.     All. of the children who perished were under nine years of. age..  cargo the year around and might go  far to solve one of the greatest obstacles in the way <o������ Increased trade  between the United:. Kingdom s and  Canada. He believed! a steady vieat-  ern movement of freight might be  built up if toe ..eastward grain traffic  was regulated. y''~. '������������������. ".','"'|'  It is understood that Ira the pre-  linainary discussions between Mr.  Thomas and the- ofScialsr >p5 th>  wheat pools last autumn, the ofE-i*  eials were rather dubious of the  scheme. They pointed out, it is he-  Keyed, that, they did not favor sending wheat abroad on consignment,  unsold. They preferred to sell the  wheat before it left American ports.  In the discussions- wh'ch took place  ^ London, ItHis understood tt^t.this  queathea.^1,200,000 by the will of the  t_^^!_^ !^ who left an  estate of  $1,244,000.   ���������   The  sum  of  $216,000 is set aside for the purpose  rebated    when    exported    from    an i  American port.     The    taxr   he    sug- ! '  gested, might be paid either in cash   Bm Introduced In Federal House By  or by filing  a bond  and the rebate  would be conditional upon the wheat  ;���������;-Sapli-atoonv-^^ -nargta  ^^fttg-^otes" the :;U_uted"' Faj^-ners^o^-  r!aTtftrtR<Saskatchewan section), defeated a proposai Mwviag %ox its object the partic'patibn of the organiz-  ation in politics as an active unit.  The vote was 314 to 305.  The resolutton was in. fOTm of an  amendemnt to the constitution which,  if adopted, would have paved the way ~  for political action.  Farmers of Saskatchewan ��������� Canada's greatest wheat-growing province���������went on record as favoring  compulsory pooling of commodities.  After long hours of- debate, United  Farmers of Canada (Saskatchewan  section), gave almost unanimous approval to a compromise reso'utlbn  presented by the board of directors.  By the resolufon,. directors of the-  fari-t /board are ordered to -"Stand  ready, to work with the Wheat Pool  board of directors or the directors of-  any other pool in \ req,uesting^ that^  there _e placed in the statute books  of Saskatchewan an act known as the  Primary Products Act, whereby the  growers of any commodity may obtain control of the marketing of all  that commodity grown in the provinces.-;/: .   '������������������ ._; ;    ���������; .:   :        .   ;;.'   .  Only three dissent?n.g votes marred  unanimity of support," according  to;1  the statement of the publicity committee, given out after the  convention had made Its   decision    behind  i tyled doors.      "The amiroved resolu-  dnv- ! _?___. _._*_���������_,  ��������� . T. 3_. Church  Ottawa, Ont.���������"Hit and run" ������..v- , tloQg stated tJ|at it ig expe<3ient that  being up to Canadian standards on _ ers espec'ally will be subject to dras- i ^ producers EhOUid be able at all  leaving the Uhited .States. j tic punishment if a bill introduced in j time_ to expreag    meir   opmiOI1   on  There was no doubt, Mr. Ross contended, that mixing Canadian wheat  .with American, wheat and with lower  grades .was being carried on in the  ���������'United- States; /   , .He- ���������" wanted ��������� some  the House of Commons by T. I_.  Church (Cons., Toronto Northwest),  becomes law.  The penalty of death for murder  and obtain, if  they  so desire,   100  per cent, commodity marketing control of all or any primary product."  "Details  of   the  manner   in  which  provision   to   safeguard    the   .value   any person by reckless or negligent  is; proposed, .for causing the death Of j tne^ p-gp-seg primary Products   Act  of the Canadian, certificates issued by  | the board of . grain commissioners.  This could only be done by inspection  at the time the wheat left the  United. States.      '  Left Fortune To Cfiarity  Late- W. ~TF. Alio way Eequeatlis Huge  Amount To Foundation  Winnipeg.���������The Winnipeg Foundation, a charitable institution, is be-  derlfaid and. reporting the accident.  Two years' imprisonment,, or a fine  or both fine and imprisonment,  are. suggested for reckless driving.  -wouid be worded are not contained  has abandoned all intention of building storage elevators, in the United  Kingdoon.  ; The discussions, however, revealed  that the objective might be achieved  in another way. It was felt that if  the "British Milling Association,  which controls more than 60 per cent,  of the milling industry in Great  Britain, and is, tlierefore, the largest  Importer, would undertake to buy  Canadian wheat steadily instead of  entering the market only from thwe  of playing the income to certain relatives of Mr., Alio way and his personal  servant. On the death of each beneficiary the income reverts to the Foundation.  During his lifetime Mr. Alloway  made gifts to relatives which are said  to total $100,000. Mr. Alloway died on  February 2.  Mrs1. Alloway, who died, in KTovem-  berr 1826, left her estate, amounting  /.���������������������������.Eurfe'ermorev^^ - Fivel years' imprisonment.and a fine  Would tend to place Canadian V ports J for. -driving    ah. ���������  automobile / In    a  in   a  better     competitive      position.-: manner dangerous to the public and  Restrictions now placed on the hand-J thereby causing ait accident are pro--  ling   in   Canada with the  effect  .ofr\posed;  discriminating against , Canadiaii t Five years'imprisonment and a.fine  channels and Canadian ports. The.; for . failing to stop and render  resolution was finally withdrawn,^ I aid and particulars as to ownership of  but will come up again, in the agricul- | car;when an Injury is caused by dan-  ture committee. [gerous driving are suggested.  Royal York Addition  $������ T ^f ^y,n8" h^Vi? '"t*'*2   ������o W35,881, to tho Foundation. The  t" ������"2:    * 1S /ould ^ be   brought     wts of Mr -^4 Mrs, Alloway to tho  about the desired result would   fol  low*.  " To that end it is understood that  Mr. Thomas, nftqr holding several  consultations with the wheat pool  representatives, met the Milling Association. Finally there was a joint  meeting between Mr. Thomas, the  Milling Association and tho wheat  pool officials. The outcomo, St io  Btated, was an informal agreement.  Tho Milling: Association in future  will endeavor to import Canadian  wheat Bteadily.        ,  This explains tho- otateuient niade  Foundation now total $2,000,0100.  Australia Recalls  Trade Commissioner  Government I>topleaaed By Speech He  . Made Is Repo-fc  Sydney,    Aua.���������Australia's -trade  commissioner-   at    Ottawa,    Jft.    A,  Haynos",   has   been  recalled  by   tho  Commonwealtli Qovormiaeht as a re-  swlfc otf.-a,-BpQ0ch'..h|e delivo^d In. Can-  by Mr. Thomas to tho cJToct that the  ad������������ tl *������ undoratood.  confot'onca with'tho wheat pools pro-      Th& Australian Goyernmeufc la said  ikbly will havo henciflcial ci.oct Upon!to-' ^avD hec*ri'displeased Toy iolleged  HritiBh Canadian Trade.  Seeking Speed Record  MrH iRh Itinrii.g rtrotorlKt Almw At 2M  ��������� Mllera-'An IIou*:'! ���������""'''"  * Southampton, 'JEngjandl.--Thc motcd  IBrltlrth racing motovlnt, Kayft "Don,'  nallocl on tho'^Boritngaria" for-Now  V;ork, en route to Daytona, Fla.,  where he will attempt to sot a now  eipeod roco���������d with ��������� hln aiocrotly con-  wtruct_cl ^Bllvor Biillet" in achlne.  i "I havo ovory confldttiice in my  carf" ho amid bqforo> aalUn^ ���������"It 3iopo  within a. month to establish a mark  which���������with a llttlet luck-���������may bo 2B0  .iiuli.eti.an.'houx-.'f' ,. ���������,'_,;, ,.'- .'..('������������������''.  ret'crettcoB of Mr, Haynou'  ta    mons  peaceful conditions Jn Canadian industry than In Aus tvallan industry.  Tho Federal Government la said to  have considered that auc33 utterances  wore harmful to the commonwoalth'a  preotlgo: abroad, ���������  Would Deport Drunkon Ilrlvorn  Doportotlou for ono yoar "of U.S.  oltlssenn found guilty of tdrlvlng autos  while drunk In. Canada wan urged by  doputy magistrate,Arthur Hanrahan,  of Windsor, at tub mceitlinfi: of tho  chief coniitaVrtoB' association of Ii3���������box  and Kent coiintiofl, hold iat Wlnal351".  Five ntates: have    abollahed  wpuod lLuaitti i'ot, automoHoilcu.;  %ed  or furious.driving and failure to ren.- ^ the finally-carried resolution.   The  details, it specifies, are to .be dealt  with by a conxmlttee appointed  from and by the boards of the United  Farmers of Canada, and the C_m~  modity Pool concerned. A board reso-  lution published in the Delegates'  Handbook, outlining possible legislation, was not given approval.  According to this resolution, later  substituted-in the convention, petition by one-fifth of the producers  of any commodity would bring a  government. plebiscite among such  producers as to whether they desired compulsory pooling* Should  the vote result In two-thlrda of the  vote cast favor law-enforced 100 per  cent, pooling, the commodity would  be declared a commodity under the  Primary Products Act. At a, date  set by-, the government, commodity  producers would elect delegates or  directors to control marketing of  the commodity in question.  While no specific product is men*  tioned in the approved resolution, it  is generally considered that first  compulsory-pool activity will bo toward marketing all grain grown in  Saskatchewan through tho wheat  pool. Directors of tho Saskatchewan  Wheat Pool, with whom the TJ.F.C  directors must "Stand ready to act,"  have declared no definite stand. President A. J. McPhaU has spoken against  the compulsory pool, but I.. C. Brouil-  letto, vice-president, is on avowed adherent.  Formation of a compulsory wheat  pool In Saskatchewan ������������������ which, of  course, would have to bo preceded by  legislation and by a two-thirds vote  of tho province's wheat producers���������  would moan that uomo ���������0 per cent,  of all Canada's wheat crop would bo  handled by the Saskatchewan pool. In  tho 1D28-20 season, tho Canadian  Pool a handled 253,000,000 bushels of  a total Canada wheat orop of 547,-  000,000 bushels���������and of tho pool total  some 157,000,000 buskcla wore raised  In Saskatchewan.  Outlined In'abovo cut ia shown tho addfltlon.of ifld rooms to tho Kbyal  York Hotol, which ovou before this enlargement wan tho largont and tall eat  in the Britiah Kraplre. It brings tho total, number of wpoclal smites In the  hotel1 from _2 to 08 and Inoroasofl tlio mimbor of rooms to 1,104, Tho addition  rises twonty-ono storIe������ above the mossBianluo, floor bringing It into conformity with tlio hoight of tho roat of tho building, oxcopt, of couruo, tho  towor^ ' -���������     ��������� . ...  Tho new wlnn: will bo ready for occupation by Juno, In ttmo for the  monntor Shiinein' oonventlon elated to bo hold at tho ftoyal York ana to  accommodate which a town of sleeping cars and maniuees, untitled "Fojb  Oifcy/'wtU to������ ������rooted by tho Canadian Paoluqy Railway.  Hogrcts Illegal SolKiiro \  Washington, D.C ���������- Tho TTiiltcd  States has oxproosbd Its rugrots to  17anada for lllogal schsuro of the mo-  _or boat 210-P In tho St* Claire I-Uyor  last September. Tho motatro took  placo In Canadian waters. ,  A now typo of cactus hua boon  found In South America with long  slender loavoa rosemtolixig: onalrae.  __H__M___rf_iMIW  U_____l______l  ____________���������  ���������_���������_���������____���������__���������  i___N__n_____ THIS- ���������JUJS������TUfl' JbUfiVUflW  -   t ������������������ r'V-T-v'4������-uV---������^'���������v*^.y������T.^������y.^.y^tyl������J������'"t-������MTJy-'������ VW'  ���������--V'VV  1  When Buying Flour  think of  Local and Personal  FOR,SALE���������11 tons baled alfalfa.  J. Maltnouse, Camp Lister.  E.  It is Canada's Best Flour, milledptrom  Canada's Best Wheat. Not bleached���������  not blended. FIVE KOSES turns-jout  of the oven a rich, golden brown, crusted  loaf of nut-like flavor that every member  of the household appreciates. For Pies,  Cakes and Pastries FIVE ROSES  wonderful   results.  gives  ing responsibility for the ladies' section  of the fail fair will be decided upon.  Creston Board of Trade meets in March  session on Tuesday night, when the standing committees for 1930 will be stcuck  and work Initiated oia the several objectives the board has for 1930 development.  Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Webster have  vacated their ranch at the Smith crossing  living in  town, in Mrs. Fleetwoods residence,  corner Victoria Avenue and Hillside  Boad.  li^II^..  ��������� -���������_       53 PS _____?!  ureston vaiioy uo-opsraiivs Assn.  GRESTON Two Stores ERtCKSOH  -K-^K .__.., __>, , !)%,-%,  -__^-fc_-t\__l-->-fc-H_l|lA l-_-hfc*J-->_-i<l -_-_M_-N----__---_������  K-MMB__-MMfl__k_*(0k__���������Du>  ; vFQif^!SAI_E���������Quantity of bee supplies  .andvl^pjte^.; -Enquire Review Office.  f^f^p^^LIS���������-Imperial sewing machine,  drj^Sf-w&l^in-good order, $15. Can be  s^^g^|B3tbn Hotel.  I ������pMs!i���������>!R'SALE���������Young pigs, choice , _f M__+|, ,-.___*_ ,  stbclcirluif a few left, $1.   John K. MilleT { at North Creston, and are now  (^co.^i^ng^ Creston.  ^OSl^fU-E-- Chinchilla rabbit?, does  $2 each.   xwo does and one  buck,   55.  l^s.^r. B. Kudd, Wynndel.  IVital statistics for February show four  births, three deaths and one marriage.  Of the births three were girls.  -Mrs. Jackson of Edmonton, Alberta, ia  %;CreSton visitor at present, a guest of  h^oaughter^ Mrs. W. Jewitt.  JFOR SALIE--Good work horse^ going  cheap. Also some potatoes and vege-  talilea.     E. Nouguier, Canyon.  ������ ^iunlnk la quite general throughout  thelVallesRand orchardists report that all  aians ubin| to a heavy apple crop this  year.'   "fr-."'  A. E. Whitfield arrived from Nelson at  the first of the week and will be here per  fi-junentiy  Bank.  afternoon, at which the matter 62 assum  week, checking  up radio owners in the  matter of securing t e yearly $1 license  to operate a radio.  FOR SALE���������End-dump gravel  box  n and look It over.    Morrow's  Blacksmith Shop, Creston.  Com  fe4fl-_U0k*-^_������  ���������_A--^_W������Jw__������J_-_������__L_i  -���������*---".-*-.--   it-   i\.A  '-'ST  N������       X"  A______ ___.__-,-__>._.  uuiui! ifiyui ifkuiivyi  CHAS. PECK, Manager.  as. eashier at   the   Imperial  EGGS FOB  HATCHING���������Purebred  White Leghorn, $1 per setting of 15 eggs,  r" orders   now.    V.   Mawson,  ^LJ*X^-_r������������  CHOICE  BABY  BEEF  PORK  and LAMB  Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon  Brookfield Pork Sausage  Fresh  Sauer Kraut  Fresh and Smoked Fish  20  ^mmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmm  MARSHALL-WELLS  n  d  9  *.  Our Spring Shipment of over a Ton  Paints and Varnishes has  just been taken into stock  This line is unsurpassed for jobs whore  protectiveness and durability'are essential���������for Walls, Floors, Furniture., interior  and exterior work. In this well-assorted  stock is House Paint, Flat Wall Paint,  Machinery Paint, Floor Enamels, Clear  Varnish, Varnish Stain, OJI Stains, and  Quick Drying- Enamels.  Buy your requirements while  our stock is complete.  A        ������3 1-3 1L_J HH? rj)   (������?   I  ���������    4Z7I    Li _C* _w^ j^y 1  Dry Goods, Groceries.    PHONE 3    Furniture, Hardware  ���������"���������"'WJvjMllMMl ���������*������^'.i*-.  Creston.  W. E. Card wishes to inform the general public that he is giving very special  prices on picture framing during MaTch.  A'call solicited.  The high school students had a skating  party on the firts at the aviation hangar  on Friday night. Skating is at its best  on the flats right now.  C. G. Bennett, a former manager of  the Bank of Commerce, now of Fernie>  has just been re-elected president of the  Fernie Board of Trade.  LAND FOR SALE���������20 acres of improved land, buildings and plenty of  water: goe������= for pTice of improvements.  EL NOUGUIER, Canyon.  To-night's special fittraction is the  Women's Institute bridge at the Parish  Hall, with cards to commence at 8.15  promp .   The admission is 50 cents.  LEGHORN AND  RED  CHICKS���������  Every one a moneymaker. Write for il-  lustated catalogue whicn give official production averages. Don. Bradley, Creston.  xv-Cajor Jewitt of Edmonton, A!berta,ar=  rived last week and is- taking the course  in flying at the local aviation school.   Hej  is a brother of the school instructor, W.  Jewitt.  The village council has its March session on Mor.day night, and amongst the  business will be striking of this year's  tax rate, which is expected to stand at  12 mills.  R. B. Staples arrived from Kelowna on  Tuesday and spent a couple of days here  on Creston Growers, Limited, business,  as well as getting spring work under way  on the ranch.  S. A. Speers has taken on the agency  for the Connor eleitric washer, and has  them on display in the store windows.  These machines are sold on easy terms  of payment.  According to complete returns Crec-  ton Valley's apple crop last year was  just about 122,000 boxes. This is an increase of at least 30 per cent, over the  August estimnate.  FOR SALE���������Massey Harris 1H h.p.  power sprayer, used only two seasons.  Al,o ranch horse, about 11000 lbs., and  Wagon, sleight, etc. C. Hollm (J. Hob-  den ranch), Creston.  HATCHING EGGS-S.C. White Leghorn hatching efa-gs for sale, from 2 year  old hens, splendid layers, R-O.P. stock,  $1 for 15 eggs. G. McWilliamB (G. P.  Smith ranch), Erickson.  The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper  will bo dispensed in St, Stephen's. Presbyterian Church on Sunday morning. The  usual preparatory service is being held  this evening nt 8 o'clock.  1  MissWado, trmchor of Division 8 of  the public nchool, was a -weekend visitor  at Cranbrook, consulting the doctor in  connection with tho broken wrist ������he sustained about a month ������KP.  A necond danco orchestra has juat been  orRMiizod nt Croaton nnd 1b composed of  Mim Edith Crawford, piano; Gerald  Oraiglo, drums; Charlio Cottorlll, rhx-  aphono, and Tom Lueey, banjo,  Creston Valloy Co-Opomtlvo Aimoei-  fttlon annual meeting' ia Hchodulfld for  Saturday afternoon at Trinity United  Church halt. All thodtroctora r������tiro, ami  F, Knott Is tho retiring proslckmt.  Tho Pronby1:orl������n Lndlen' Auxiliary aro  htivhiK a Si.. TaU'lck'n Uft, wltJj Midta of  work, candy and homo oooklritf, at Mrs,  McCrauth'w from .1 to G.ttO p.m., Saturday, March loth    All aro invltod.  Canton and Diwtrict  Women'*) Inntl-  IttltC lWH'0 liUi Mi**'eli   UiwulJutf   IKUit   Pfl-  Mr. Bowerman of Vancouver, of the  Dominion government radio inspection  staff, spent a couple of days here this  New Stosm&  We Invite you to inspect our  new stock of  me������fs Shoes  Runners  work SoGfrs  wWorkk tsioves  and  KHmhen Ufensslis  Full stock.    PricSd right.  ������5^-1 SSm      SmmffrnmSiS     ^������*5l ^������^5 ^SSt? 3 S& 5 -  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  E!T  1  TRY GilR SERVBCE; WLL UK  New Stock  and  New Equipment  on the way-  Call and get  . Prices on the  New Plymouth  All Work Guaranteed.  1  Greston  Main St. at Barton Ave*  "IT*  NEW  PRICED from 25ce to $1.  per   double   roll  Borders to Match  CEILING PAPER in Cream and White  30c. per double roll.  Patterns include Stripes, Floral and  Conventional designs.  All edges trimmed.  VARNISHED TILE for Bath and Kitchen  75c. per double roll.  CRESTON MERCANTILE  | COMPANY,   LTD.  B-"1";-.,;.'  <i  jfr-i A* A mAk*������Jk.ti  h__W<-4-i ���������_IUfciAMin-*4_-wAii--fc->---Mli<----__k*-^  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &l> Veal  Phono your order and receive our best service).  TRY OTJK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LAMD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  BURNS&COMPANY.Ltd  '*������_WV������������1������^������W������������������^.<������.^������l������r-^^

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