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 Provincial lAhraxj  ap-30  ///  m ,    ���������������   in    B i_g  J__������J__.  Vol.. XXII.  CKESTON. B.C.. FRIDAY. MARCH 14, 1930  No. 2  19 Mill* V;l.~������A  & fiat     *V__J*._U_���������������       T AMW.gX������  1936 Tax Rate  Council has After-Midnight Session in Effort to Dispose of  Great Variety  of  Business���������  XAIa***iw%ti .������������������������_������   _"*l,r������������f   F -f  ..  _.��������������� .....n  _ ~^    .��������� ��������� ���������_._,    __r_  The hands of the town dock were considerably ayont ftie twal before the regulation motion to adjourn was reached  at the March session of the village council Monday evening. The chairman,  F. H. JacksoD, presided, with Commissioners Dr. Henderson and T. M. Edmondson In attendance.  A considerable part part of the lengthy  session waa taken up with, consideration  of correspondence, which dealt with a  great variety of subjects including one  from A. E. French asking for an amendmentJto the Hours of Closing By-Law,  which would close barber shops at 6 p.m.  except Saturday evenings. Mr. French  and Mr. Winchcombe, who operate the  local tonsoral parlors, will be asked to  attertdthe April council meeting to fully  discuss the matter.  W. G. Hendy, secretary of the reorgans  ized fire brigade, wrote stating the brigade of ten members is made up of Matt.  York, chief; Ardrey Wilson, vice-chief;  W. G. Hendy secretary, and. M. R. Joyce  S. Steenstrup, A. H. McKay, Albert  Davies, jr., M. J. Boyd, J. F. Johnston  and E. Winchcombe. The clerk will inform the brigade that the council is prepared to confer with the fire fighters  provided all the gentlemen mentioned  have agreed to serve as firemen.  C. O. Rodgers wrote notifying that he  would look the council to' reimburse him  for all expense he is put to in connection  with the flooding of the lot at the rear of  the theatre, said flooding being due to  the removal and filling ������������������*_���������_- of; a-culyert  that fonwerly carried -off the surplus  water at that point". Consideration- will  be given the request of the agricultural  association for a grant of $250 to carry  on the 1930 exhibition.  To open proceedings the commissioners  had -visits from two delegations. Mrs.  J. W. Hamilton and W. J. Truscott  appeared in the interests of the public  library, asking for a cash grant to enable  the library to carry on. Messrs. Frank  Putnam, Roy Telford and M. R. Joyce  appeared in the interests of the baseball club asking that the commissioners  make some needed improvements on the  fair grounds to put the diamond and  outfield in good shape, as well as  work on the grandstand to make it safer  for occupancy by spectators.  The baseball delegation were promised  consideration, and during the evening the  commissioners disposed of the library by  deciding to build shelving to store books;  to give a cash grant when deemed nec-  es -ory, and providing the membership  warrants it.  The necessary by-law was given the  ������-squired: three readings fixing the i������80  tax rate at 12 mills. Mrs. Fransen will  be paid $70 for a 10-foot strip of land to  complete the upper end of Vancouver  street, and the commissioners will interview Axel Anderson in effort to purchase  an extra ten feet frontage on Vancouver  street so as to be able to make that  street a uniform width its full length.  The clerk will write the makers of the  fire siren to secure the price on one of  larger size than the one now in use, and  to see if an exchange can be arranged.  A notice is to be placed in the Review  notifying dog owners that the license fee  is now overdue and that legal steps will  be taken to collect if fees are not immediately paid. -  The accounts for February. were but  ������I3_, of which $5? was for electric street  lights.. Clean up day was set for April  9th. 200 feet of corregated culvert will  be ordered for 1930 uee. The clerk is to  write C.P.R. divisional superintendent.  T. R. Flett, asking for a) conference in.  reference to needed improvements to the  railway crossing at Third Street.  &ir������8&r  George Cam, who has been on quite an  extended visit in England arrived home  on Friday, and reports a most enjoyable  visit.  Miss Beui-h Hill of   Cranbrook  weekend visitor with Miss Eileen  Mr. Horwood left   on   Sunday  visit.with Cranbrook friends.  was a  Heap.  on   a  few  CURLING CLUB  Miss Lillian Wilson is spending a  days with Creston friends this week.  F. Kunst of Boswell. Was a business  visitor on Monday.  Jas. Wilson and R. Heap were business  visitors at Creston on Monday. Mes-  dams Martin, Dibley,Dennes and Rogers  were between trains callers at Creston on  Satu|^avi.;lrM-m^Cani' and- Mrs. Cameron  were at the metropolis oh Monday-.! f  Mr. and Mrs. Sutcliffe and ' Mr. and  Mrs. Constable, well known residents of  Alice Siding, were Sirdar visitors on Sunday.  Seyeral Sirdar residents received air  mail letters carried on the first official  flight west from Winnipeg, Man., last  week.  Erickson  Creston Curling Club annual  Bridge and presentation of  the seasou'n trophies, at the  ir_i      ���������   v    ii    n  Parish Hall  Friday, Mar. 21  Cards at 8.1 S p.m. Prompt  A TTRACTIVE PRIZES!  Prize   to  holder of  Lttchy Ticket  %m*  .Best-Ever Swapper.  Admission .   . 50c.  Photos Wante-  For its forthcoming Publicity Pamphlet covering all  points in Creston Valley the  Board of Tr&de is in need of  photo-- Postcard size or iarg-  re���������of Orchards, Berry and  Vegetable fields, and Bush  Fruits; attractive pictures of  ranch homes, as well as snapshots of Hunting, Fishing and  anything and everything else  that can be used as an illustration. The Board will pay  One Dollar for every picture  it selects to use. Sort out  your best ones tonight and  bring   in   your collection   to  Mr. and Mrs. T. Quinn, who have  been on the Maxwell ranch the past two  years, left earlier in the month for Vancouver, where they expect to reside in  future.  F. Celli of Coleman, Alberta, spent a  few days at the ranch last week. We  understadd it is his intention to again  return to handle the place, and will turn  over his business at Coleman to his son*  Floyd.  E. Cuming, who has been visiting at  the ranch with his father the past few  months, left for Kimberley at the end of  the week.      . '���������''..  There waa quite a large turnout at  Creston on Wednesday last for the annual meeing of the Irrigation District  property owners. J, M. Craiglc was  elected trustee in place of CO. Rodgers.  Mra. R. Dodds was- a Creston visitor  this week, a guest of Mrs. Frank Tomr-  klns.  Leo-Heric was here from Yahk for the  weekend at the ranch.  Mra. Frallck of Creston has been a  viaitor hero thla week, a gucat of Mrs.  Vic. MaWBon.  A largo turnout is looked for at the  pussywillow tea nt Mrs. Goo. Cart-  wright's on Wednesday afternoon, I9th,  from 2 to 5 p.m. The tea is in aid of  Trinity United Church Lndioc' Aid.  Mr, Cowley loft on Monday for Cran-  , brook, called thoro due to tho death of  hia son, David, who passed away at St,  Eugenic hospital In that city on Sunday,  (in his tenth yjiiir. Burial took place nt  , Crmnbrook on Wednesday.   In Addition  to his parents ho leaves throe brothers to  mourn his lamented death.  <-W_s K!_������/������'������������vf'<������ ������������������������t��������� ���������.  via*���������  l_bi.i.vw<wjr.  C. F. HAYES,  Review Office.  Oregon Farmers  Haire Arrived  Will Cultivate Every Possible  Acre Old. Reclamation Farm���������  Draglines and Dredge Start at  Once Puttingg Dyke in Shape.  The advance guard of some fifteen families that wiil be here to cultivate the  entire area of the Reclamation Farm this  year, have arrived this week, some of  whom rave taken up residence in the  Reclamation Farm house and the others  are being compelled to take whatever  "houses are at ^rese^t, available. Mr.  H������ib^;?^ho;oi|^^  year is in the party and-IMr; Bishop, yirho  was also on the farm in 192S, have been  Instrumental In securing quite a sprinkling of the newcomers, who will be operating about 600 acres each. Considerable of the farming equipment has already arrived and the balance is on the  way. Coincident with the arrival of the  farmers announcement is made that a  dragline, steam shovel and* dredge will  commence work immediately rebuilding  the dyke on the Reclamation Farm to  a height that will make the area safe  from flooding in the high water that may  be in evidence this year. The men going  on the land are ali practical farmers,  most of them coming from the Umatilla  county country, in Oregon.  be in partnership with their son, Frank,  in farming near that town.  P. Argyle, who has been on the old  Beazer place, is talcing the Mathews'  ranch just vacated by the Martins. He  will also look after the Martin ranch,  which is partly planted to cherries.  On Tuesday night last Mr. and Mrs.  T. Trevelyan were favored with a surprise visit from the young people of the  district, who took full possession of the  home and had a most enjoyable evening  at dancing, with music by Mr. Trevelyan  on the accbrdeon, and Bob Marshall,  drums; The visitors brought the "eats"  with them, which were an important  feature of the affair.  On Wednesday night the home of Mrs.  Marshall was invaded by a squad of air  most 50, who took the hostess completly  by surprise and had another fine night of  it, principally at dancing with music by  a five-piece orchestra made up of John  Rlngheim, piano; Tom Lacey, banjo;  Chas. Cotterill, saxaphone; and Bob  Marshall, drums. The in vadors provided  an excellent lunch for midnight, and  then kept up the dancing until an early  hour. ���������     l  Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Martin, who are  leaving this week to reside temporarily  at least, in Alberta, entertained the  Whist Club,on Friday night at which the  high scores were made by Mrs. Willis  and W. A. Pease, and announcement  made that this week's gathering will be  at J. W. Parkins. Before lunch was served Mr. and Mrs. Martin were suitably  remembered in being presented with a  ease of cutlery. W. A. Pease made the pre-  senaation address in suitable terms. Alice  Siding loses two mighty fine citizens in  the departure of the Martin's who have  had a prominent part in community life  ever since coming here about six years  ago.  Valley Publicity  Feature Effort  To Issue Well Illustrated Pamphlet���������If Dates Satisfactorp to  Have Splendid Fruit Exhibits  at Southern Aiberta Fail Fairs  Alice Stain ff  ���������*������  ____  Mrs. Mathews has returned to Nelson  after a couple of weeks' visit with friends  here, where she was a guest of Mrs, J. R.  Miller.  Mrs. J. C. Martin got awayvon Sunday  for Shephard, Alberta, and Mr, Martin  leaves at the end of the week.   They will  Farmers, Attention  I'OJ.. BALJ-���������U-yoar old Joraoy cow,  mllldnK good. No. 12 DoLaval cronm  Hepomtor. Also noma horwe nnd cow  feed    H, Nougulpr, Canyon,  All those interested in the purchase of Pipes and every kind'of  Fittings in connection with the  distribution of water are asked to  attend a meeting to be held in  JAS. CARR'S Packing Shed  Erickson Road, on  SAT., March 15  at 2.30 p.m.  The idea is to club together nnd  make up as large a carload as  possible and thereby seen re  the most advantageous price.  Very reasonable prices are at  hand on all materials hece$������iary.  TELL YOUR NEIGHBOR!  L, T. LEVEQUE.  m _���������_���������. iMiw<fc���������     m ���������_j.4>m_  *L04tmMSjfm^mm   <*Ltrmmj*  -for  for  '.., Mrs,;W^ajsh lefifc "a few-^da^lago  Trail where she wilt be remaining  Bometime. '  M.s. Knott is on a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Barnhardt, at Glenlilly.  Mrs. Stephens and young son arrived  home from Cranbrook the latter part of  the week.  George Foreman was in charge of this  district in connection with the Bible  Society(jwork, and reports a catisfactory  response.  Provincial police Hassard of Creston in  company with officer King of the R.C.  M.P.,Penticton, were here on an official  visit one day last week.  The initial order for stumping powder  placed by the Farmers' Institute . is one  of the largest in recent years and indicates  that quite a lot of land clearing is contemplated.  Mrs. Xialstead and Mrs. Barnes were  amongst the Canyon residents to get air  mail letters when the service was inaugurated from Winnipeg, Man., nnd cities  west of there last week.  At the annual meeting of Creston Valley Co Operative Associasion at Creston  on Saturday, T. R. Mawson was again  elected a director, which position he has  held since the co-op was started In 1921.  Percy Boffey of Creston was chosen to  succeed former Principal Kolthammer,  whose term had two years to run. The  other directors are F. Knott, H. Young,  L. T. Leveque, E. Haskins and J. M.  Craigio.  Canyon citizens, who. receive mail  through the local postoflko wore quite  disturbed a few days ago on receiving a  magassino, published in Quebec, entitled  "Canadian Republic," which could safely  ho classed as seditious propaganda.  Whether it was timed to reach Canyon  during tho week in which -"-Red Thursday" Is included is not clear. Perhaps  the senders had in mind that Canyon  wiih one of the weak links in our empire  atructure. In any ovont tho opposite has  roFtuliiKl judging by tho indignation created. Conies havo been mailed to Lord  WilUngclon, W, K. Ealing, London Dally  Mail, Orange Son tin el, Ono of tho chief  ���������featuros��������� much to the merriment of local  Scots, ia the refer on en made to English as  "boinc Mmoncrob."  Ways and means of effectively advertising Creston and district and its fruit  products occupied much of the time of  the March meeting of Creston Board of  Trade Tuesday evening. The gathering  was in charge of the president, Col. Mallandaine, with a representative ttimout  of members.  As _t result of the drive for membership seven new members were enrolled.  They are R. M. Telford, E. Cartwright,  H. W. McLaren, J. S. Clowes, R. A. Palfreyman, L. C. McFarland, and Kootenay Garage. At least as many mone prospects are to be signed up and pending  the full enrollment the makeup of the  standing committees are deferred until  next meeting,  The proposed advertising campaign has  two features: 1. The issuing of an up-  to-date illustrated pamphlet; 2. Making of worth while exhibits, of fruit at  fall fairs at Southern Aiberta points. In  connection with the latter no move can  be made until the dates of the Alberta  fairs have been fixed and the superintendent of fairs in that province has promised to forward the schedule just as soon  as,it is issurd.  A definite move was made in connect'  ion with the pamphlet in naming the  President and C. F. Hayes a committee of  two to rough draft the contents of the  booklet which will be submitted to a  special meeting of the board for final  approval.  Photos of local orchard scenes and  pictures^pf.aU,*3prjts relating to the fruit  stryll^^asBsa *W&y M5&& pytitias in  connection with fishing, hunting, and  everything else for which the. Valley is  noted. In order to, secure a full range  of these the board will.pay one dollar for  every picture it uses and guarantees safe  return of all photos submitted. Every  one who has photos are asked to submit  them to the secretary.  In connection with the proposed hospital full information has been secured as  to the help given by the provincial department of health in erecting and maintaining a hospital, as well as the aid given  for maintainance by the municipality.  Places of similar size to Creston in which  hospit Is are located are being commun  icated with to ascertain just about what  size building is required and what operation costs are. In connection with the  government aid it can be stated that it is  quite generous, and latitude is allowed for  still greater generosity where a new hospital is being erected. In connection  with the hospital the secretary was instructed to write the Womfen's Institute  soliciting their full co-operation.  Correspondence was to hand from the  education department concerning school  ground beautification.  SALE  FOR RFNT-Limd in nhnpo for cultivation.   Mrs, Arrowsmith, OrcHton.  Under the auspices of Trinity  United Church Ladies' Aid  at the home of  Mrs. Go Cartwright  ERICKSON  WED., March 19  TWO to FIVE p.m.  CANDY  HOME COOKING  AFTERNOON TEA Served  Everybody Welcome J THE   rcwrraw." CRESTOK,   B.   c"  i>J  ���������U -I ���������    IIHWWMI  ^t tis_i*ee ������usis for b ooiiit  *F_?euft fr@ssa tise ga^-d^^s9  Canada and ^A^ar  Canadians unquestionably are deeply interested in the Five Power naval  parley now in progress in London.   They are really anxious that it should  have a, successful outcome, and that as a result there shaH be not only  further reduction in naval armaments, but a new and better understanding,  established between the great naval powers.  Canada, considering its size, geographical position, population and  wealth, spends less on defence or preparation for war than any other country  in-the world. To all intents and purposes, Canada is and has been disarmed,  If other nations maintained armies and navies proportionate to population  and wealth reduced to the Canadian scale, tho whole world could be said to  be disarmed.  Yet Canada knows what war means. During- the years 1914-1918, the  people of this Dominion lea ra _d the bitter lesson of war's tragedies, and each  succeeding year, since 1918, has only served to emphasize that lesson.  Canada paid in the loss of its young- manhood, in its army of wounded, many  maimed and crippled for life or permanently undermined in health. Canada  paid then, is paying now, and will continue to pay for many years to come,  in dollars and cents for the huge cost of war and war's destruction.  Even so, it is doubtful if the average Canadian realizes what war, even  preparation for war. actually means to this old world. As already stated.  Canada's annual expenditure for war purposes,���������that is, aside from, ike  burden imposed by the Great War for which, our people were in 2x0 sense  xesponsibile, but participation in which 'was a duty fore-sd upon us,-���������is slight,  almost negligible, a very small percentage of our total annual expenditure as  a nation. But this is not true of all other great nations, and most of the  small and minor nations.  For example, the XTnited States, removed from the dangers and complexities of JEuropean entanglements, and largely occupying -a position of  isolation, "spends on its armament "budget a larger sum annually than any-  other country in the world, although the percentage of its total income so  expanded is smaller than in other countries. And it is a startling fact that  the amount so expended is increasing. In the four years before the Great  War the average annual expenditure of the United States on armaments  was $460 000,000. Ten years later it had risen to $879,000,000. If Canada  followed the example of European nations, we, too, would be spending a  ci-ushing amount merely because our nest door neighbor is doing- so.  In 1913, before the war, Great Britain's armament expenditure was just  under $400,000,000. Last year it was $575,000,000. . Every one of the  Great Powers, except Germany, which was compulsorily disarmed, is spending much more today on armaments than was spent before the Great War.  And this despite the League of Nations, the Kellogg Peace Pact, and  treaties galore pledging the .nations not to engage in offensive warfare.  Great Britain spent $50,000 000,000 on its part in tlie colossal tragedy  of the Great War. It left Great Britain with a war debt of over $35,000,000,  000. Interest on that sum calls for $1,720,000,000 a year. For debt purposes  alone Great Britain has to raise by taxation $5,000,000 a day, or $3,000 every  minute. It takes the whole time labor of 2,000,000 workers year in and year  out to pay the annual cost of the debt burden. Add to this the $575,000,000  spent annually an armaments, and $280,000,000 for pensions, and a total of  $2,600,000,000, or $5,000 a minute has to be raised by taxation, or three-  quarters of the whole amount of all Government expenditures. Is it any  Wonder there is business depression and unemployment in the British Isles!  If the London Naval Conference is successful in part only, namely, the  matter of what are termed "Capital"-ships, the saving to three countries  alone, Great Britain, United States and Japan, will amount to $1,000,000,000,  ������r twice the total annual expenditure of the Government of Canada for all  purposes. Or put it another way, if Manitoba could take Into the treasury of  the Province the sum saved when construction of but one 10,000 ton cruiser  Is cancelled, not only would all Manitoba's billa be paid for an entire year,  but a surplus or $3,000,000 would remain on hand.  Apart from all humanitarian,' Christian reasons for disarmament, the  above figures indicate the economic dollars-and-cents aspect of this great  problem.  Canada paid, and is paying for war; let vis pay and pay generously and  ungrudgingly for' p_ace by supporting the League of Nations with all our  power, Every individual Canadian, man, woman and child, should be a peace  advocate, an unqualified supporter of the League, and full Canadian participation in the League. They sh'oulcl unitedly pray for the succoss of the  London conference.  May Use Pulverized C������aS  B.C. Department Of Mines Investigating Its Advantages  The British Columbia XJepartins-at  off ai_nei*v fully aware of the difficulty  which the coal industry has been facing, has been making investigations  into the uses and advantages of pulverized coal, and has secured the assistance of the fuel research laboratory at Ottawa.   In an address before  the Vancouver Chamber of Mrnes, J.  D.( Galloway, provincial mineralogist,  expressed the opinion that if pulverized  coal were used  properly  there  would be no excuse for the importation from California Into Britrsh Columbia of a single barrel of fuel oil.  British  Colombia produced 2,313.900  tons of coal last year. Of this, about  1_0.000 tons were used in pulverized  for"--. iw������ -...-,-������j.ijo industries* Tbe Vancouver .Province .says it seems highly  probable that if the uses and advantages of pulverized coal and the facilities for using it were brought more  forcibly to the attention of the people  of the province, a better day might  dawn for one of BritEsh Columbia's  Important industries.  AM V1.KY Wi-ilf-  ' ��������� ��������� A cry in the night may be tiW  first warning that Baby, has colic.  No cause for alarm if Castoria as  handy! This pure vegetable preparation brings quick comfort, and  can never do the slightest harm.  Always keep a bottle in the house.  It is the safe and-sensible thing  when children are ailing. Whether  it's the stomach, or. the little  bowels; colic or constipation; or  diarrhea* When tiny tongues are  coated, or the breath wis bad.  Whenever there's, need of gentle  regulation.    Children    love   the  IftewWhomoH^WJe***;!  j__**_v_r-MC~M--*  Awisfc������g'!,WK__ 1  awl_^^suS_r'  taste of Castoria, and its mildness  makes it suitable for the tiniest  infant, and for frequent use.  And a more liberal dose of  Castoria is always better for  growing children than some needlessly strong medicine meant only  for adult use^ Genuine_Castoria  always has Chas. H. _*ietchers  signature on the wrapper. Prescribed by doctors!  Two Valuable Recipes  CREAM RICE PinmiNG  _ tablespoons rice.  Vs cup sugar.  J_; teaspoon salt.  2%  cups Borden's St. Charles Milk.  1$_. cups water.   '"���������"'  Nutmeg-.  Vs  2i_  ���������R3_Ar*. OS? TOMATO SOUP  Too   Little   Blood   the   Trouble  and   Tonic   Treatment  Restored   Health  '���������"I am writing to tell^you," says  Mrs. James A. Haughn. tsridgewater,  N.S., "the great health benefit I received ihroueh the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I had become badly run down and very wreak; so much  so that I could only with difficulty-do  rsry housework. I suffered from headaches, and had very little^ desire for  meals.    -The    trouble,  auected    my  nerves, and as a result I did not sleep ^   well at night; and would of ten awake I stirring several times the iirst hour to  with a choking sensation, and would  have to sit up in bed. I was taking  treatment, but it did not help me and  t was losing courage^ when I saw an  advertisement of a case which seemed much 1'lte my own, which had been  relieved by the use of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. I decided to give this  medicine a trial and got two boxes;  Before these were all gone there was  an improvement in my appetite,  which seemed a hopeful sign. I procured a further supply of the pills and  found a steady improvement in nay  health. I^pukTeat well, sleep soundly  at night,"and any housework was no  longer a task beyond ray strength.  From my own experience I -would advise weak, run-down people to give  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a fair trial,  feeling that what they have done for  me, they will just as readily do in  other similar cases."  xf you will send your name and address to the Dr. Williams'  Medicine I  Co.,   Brockville,   Ont..   a  little  book, i  Two New Words  Two new -words, "enplane" and "deplane," are to be included in tho  forthcoming edition of the American  New Standard Dictionary. The rat'ngr  of; the two words is impeccable, it is  added, according to the editor of the  dictionary, who  says that  their use  diluted with water. Pour into a but-  of "entrain'! and "detrain" in railway  tared bak3hg dish and add a sprirsk- service.  ling of nutmeg. Set the dish in a pan 1���������  ''     '"'"''      ~   ; ������������������    '���������, ��������� ...    <    >.  of iapt water and bake three hours in ' -  a'sk>w oven (300 degrees Fahrenheit),  stirring several times the -first hour to  prevent the rice from, setting to the  bottom. Serve hot or cold.  cups   canned   or   fresh cooked  tomatoes.  V_ small onion, sliced.  1 stalk celery, minced.  1 tablespoon minced parsley.  V2 bay leaf.  2 whole cloves.  I teaspoon salt.  % teaspoon pepper.  1 teaspoon sugar,  ~  V* teaspoon soda.  2 tablespoons butter.  2 tablespoons flour.  IV* cups Borden's St. Charles Milk. '  cups water.  Add: seasoning   to   tomatoes and  simmer fifteen minutes, strain.  Melt butter in saucepan, stir in  flour. Dilute milk with water, pour  slowly, into- butter and flour, stirring  until it th'ckens. Continue' to cook  tive minutes. Just before serving, add  1V_  WKlULkld  Alertness scores everywhere.  ^^rigley*s; creates- pep aast  ergy and keeps you alerts  ea?  Building Up the Blood," will be mail-   soda    to    tomatoes,    gradually   add  cd you prepaid. Th;s little book con- j tomatoes to white sauce, stirring ccn-  1 stantly, serve immediately.   All or any of the vegetable seasonings may be omitted, but their add.  tains many useful health hints.  You can get these pills through any  medicine dealer or bv mail at 50c a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  . B.C., Lumber-^ndustry f  The records of the Forestry Department indicate that the cut of poles  and piles from the British Columbia  forests during-1929 totalled 39,453,480  lineal foot or an increase of 8,000,000  feet over the 1928 oitlput,  tion grves a smooth, well-blended flay-.  or to the spirp -:- " ���������������������������"���������������������������' '  A B# package aaay save yc-s  from goiogto sleep at the wheel  of your car.  "MViIe#������c i_-h  ���������_______ M���������^-  ',.          .������������������... 1     .     ���������.     -   ���������..  ���������"Where did    Brown    get    all    his  She; "Have   you   any   poor   rela  money?"  tions ?"  "In tho hold-up business."  He: "Not ono that I know."  "Never!"  She: "Have you rich relations?"  "Yes.   He manufactures garters."  He: "Not one that knows mc."  ������lu������ -to Acid.  IMDlO-tSWON  *CIO S.TOMA-"  MBAl-roM"'  mcad*ch"  o>s������ie;.NAy25_V5  What moat people call Indigestion la  usually oKcctia ucld in the utomncb,  The food km������ nourcd. Tho Inntant rem*  *dy iu an alkali winch ncutraiiss-a  ���������ttciciii. Ulii dun t u������o crudu holp~. Uuu  wuui. y������������m doctor wouid advise.  The \WHl help kH J'lulup.i AJUk ot  Mttj:;nesht. For tire ftO yoara ntneo Ita  Invcuitcm It niu* ruiuaitnud oi.aiidunJ  ivit.li pUvNlciunM, Vou will nml 1101 .bins  ttiua uo rollick in itu. otfoot, uo liui inlouu.  *o ������lbci������iU-  Asthma No ILongor D.readbil. The  dread of renewed attacks f-om asthma has no hold upon those who have  learned to rely upon Dr. J. D. Kel-  lofrg's Asthma Remedy. So safe do  they feel that complete reliance is  placed on this true specific with the  cortainty that It will always do nil  that its makers claim. If you havo not  yet learned how safe you are with  this preparation at hand get it today  and know for yourself,  _-|IH,.W    ,_������������������!   ���������Ill,  -HI    II      ' '���������    HIW-MIII���������I  Worlil'H Poultry Courichh  At the World's Poultry Congress, to  bo held in the Crystal Palace, London,  England, next July, Canada will bo n  conspicuous participant. Tho \ Canadian oxh bit of live bl -tla will total  about 1,00C_, Tho last World's Poultry  CongrosH was hold In Ottawa, In 1027.  One tasteless spoonful ita wator neu  troupe-it many timet* Itu volume in  acid. Tlio roaulta are 'immediate, with  no bad aftcir-euocta. Onco you loam  Una fact, you will novor deal with  oxcaau acid 'In tha crude wnya. Go  learn���������now���������why thla mclhocK ia eu-  prumt).  i:to sum to got tlio genuine JMillllpw  Milk <ol" Ma^nciiJu prcucrLbcd by *phyol������  ckinu lor .'������c> yoursi. In cc>rr<������cilng on*  cc;-;.i iif'ldt),  Mucli botlla coutaiuu fuli  dirwciliins- -any dru^Htorii.  Internal nnrasltoa In the shapo of  worms in tho stomach and bowels of,  child on onp their,vltaVty and retard  phvwlcal development. They keep the  child in a"'constant ntate of unrest  and, If not attended to, endanger life.  Tho child can bo sparod much suffor-  Ing and the miother -much anxiety by  uiiln*? a robable worm remedy, auch  as Millor'H Worm Powders, which tiro  Hiiro cloath to.wormw.  "In your wife having nny Huccona in  loarn'ng to drive the car?"  "Well tho road Is beginning to turn  when who doos."  Who m limnl-M In Uw Htu1������l������.    w". N. "tT.    3B28  Wctitam Representatives:  HUNTER-MARtlN & CO., RECINA������ SASK. STTE   KE\TTEW,    GBESTOET.   B.   0_  .Kiiur.  DISARMAMENT  Body  Of German Scientist  i  OSNT-J-B-ANIUSHER  London, Etogland.^New hope .for  She cause- of disarmament at atime  when criticisms of the London naval  "vCu-erencc are g-Gw���������sg ������s  Jays, was contained in a statement  Issued by Colonel Henry L. Stirhson.  The informal statement by the head  of the American delegation declared  that not only naval limitation bht a  seduction of at least 220,000 tohsdn  the United States fleet, and an -even  . greater cut in the British fleet could  be achieved at the London conference.  The statement, issued in response  60 many appeals from the United  States as to what the conference is  doing follows:  "There seems to I be an impression  that the work of the American delegation at .this conference is likely I to  result In an increase instead of a reduction in tonnage of the navies of  the world.  "The surest -way to answer, that is  to give such results aa seem, to be  within-reach up to date.- A-plan  which in its essentials, appears to be  acceptable to America and. Great  Britain provides for net reduction in  tonnage of the American fleet in  capital ships, cruisers, destroyers  and submarines ��������� built, building or  appropriated for ��������� of over ; 200,000  tons and an even larger' reduction on  the part of the British fleet.  ���������"If vessels authorized but not  eomnaenced were concluded in exist-.  tag fleets, the amount of reduction  would be much greater. Of course,  fihese reductions are contingent upon  some reduction being made in the  fleets of other powers."  T***--'     ^Jf-wy ������������_-.--i     rt*-nf������.������v������A*������f    --������<_-*-���������������������,*_    ���������*"-*___*���������*.-.  sectedly at the close of a day of  meetings and conferences, from  which came only the same reports of  uncertain progress that have featured proceedings since the French  political crisis arose.  Mystery Surrounding Dlsappealramce  Of Br. Ktt-ii Faber Is Solved  Edrnonton.���������Believed to have fallen  victim to a northland blizzard and his  body torn and disfigured by wolves,  the remains of Dr- Kurt Faber,: noted  C_rS**_Q__._*1rt ' -fn;������*if-*r������e-!*-������_#���������    ���������������*-������>?���������     ^J������fl**w-4-<r������#-' ���������    _���������*<?  Berlin, was found-Saturday, March 1;  ~<������r ���������_������ .-^vfj-c**. vaunumu ,_v_uu_l__u. Jryuce  patrol, 15 ���������..-���������ml Ies ��������� above 'Lower -Hay  River pos^inthe Northwest Territories, according to information reaching  here. ���������"....',' ;���������' ' "-'.���������"'  Only the most meagre details were  contained in a.- brief wire received at  R.C.M.B.- headquarters, which told of  the^:&nding of the body of the missing northern- traveller, -who left Edmonton in September of last year, intending to proceed from Peace River  to Fort Dvernailion, down Hay., River  to the lower post on Great Slave  Lake and .then continuing- to Fort  Resolution and Fort Smith to Fort  McMurray. Thje greater part of the  journey was to have been made on  foot.  v ' __nQuir.es have been broadcast  throughout the north for any information as to": Faber's' whereabouts  since last December at which time  Dr. IK. Mart-n, German consul of  Winnipeg, had been asked to notify  him of the death of his "mother in  Berilh. Since January both; Alberta  Provincial ; and Royal Canadian  Mounted Police patrols'" have, been  on the lookout for the body.  , Dr. Faber was a free lance correspondent for ;the well knowii Scheri  syndicate of German newspapers and  had travelled in many parts of the  globe in his profession.  kfiuigradon Policy Change  ���������������������  Federal Deputy  Minister  To  Interview Provincial  Governments  Winnipeg, Man.-���������Changes in the  immigration policy of Canada decided  iiport by the DorninSon cabinet, were  laid'before Hon. Albert Prefontaihe,  Miiijisterl o������ A.grieulture, and Hon. Iti.  Al Hoey. Minister of Education and  T   tndcoft ��������� TT,_af_-������**������_.  FARDIEU CABINET  EMERGES WITH  ���������000 MAJORITY  Major Drew Thompson, who is gentleman usher of the black rod, a rank  in the Federal House 6- Parliament,  at Ottawa, corresponding to sergeant-  at-arms in the provincial legislature.  Brydges Wins Dog Derby  Keeper kiiieg  Official Of Auburn Prison Stabbed To  Death By Inmate  Auburn, N.Y.-���������Edward L. Beckwith, prison" principal keeper, was  stabbed to death in the mess hall-of  the institution by Anthony Mortellito,  an inmate, and became the third iri  succession in that office to lose his  life at the "hands of a convict.  The new3 of the fatal stabbing  came at the height of the trial of  Max Becker, gunman and gangster  of Brooklyn, and a convict; charged  with the murder of the man Beckwith succeeded -��������� George A. Durn-  tord. Supreme Court Justice Benjamin B, Cunningham immediately recessed court.  Durnford was killed in the second  prison riot at Auburn within five  months in 1020, that of December 11.  About two years ago James B. Bur-  aan, whoso "place Durnford took, was  cut down by a stabbcr, The stnbber  was seized.  Beckwith was stabbed near the  heart. Troopers said there was excitement but no disorder In the hall.  Many of the convicts jumped.to their  feet to see what was happening, but  aat down immediately at order from,  their guards., <  Beckwith was born In Canada on  November 14, 1874, but tho city of his  birth was not known at the prison.  His wife, critically 111 at hor homo  horo, was Informed that her husband  > hod been taken ill.  Will Help Camufrt'H Trndo  Tokyo.���������Before leaving for Canada  ������m a six months, furlough, A. Brostot,  Orlontal trafllc manager of tho Canadian National Railways, expressed tho  opinion that recent strides mado in  Japanese shipping and port facilities  would havo a good effect 011 Canada's  tvado with Japan.  Highway To  Saskatchewan Border  Road   From The  Pas Is, However,  Subject To  Conditions  The Pas, Man.���������Citizens of The  Pas, have been, definitely promised1 a  highway from here to the Manitoba-  Saskatchewan border if the Saskatchewan Government would build a road  to connect with the proposed highway  from Hudson Bay Junction,- north of-  Prince Albert,- Sask. Premier John  Bracken, of-Manitoba, told a meeting  of the citizens that"a road from The  Pas to the border would be built under this /stipulation.  The Premier said his government  was now engaged in completing its  program of main trunk; ������������������ road extensions, and nothing would be added  until that program was completed.  He added, however, that in .the  next road program the road from  The Pas to the Saskatchewan border  would be pie first construction undertaken.  ���������Premier Bracken Indicated that the  Manitoba .Legislature would shortly  pass a resolution urging construction  of the Mafeking railway cutoff. He  hoped this would receive favorable  consideration from tho Canadian National Railways.  In concluding the Premier intimated that the support of his government  would bo extended to the Imperial  government If it displayed interest in  tho reclamation of tho Carrot River  triangle as an area for settlement of  British agriculturists.  FliiishedRace Twelve Minutes Ahead  .    - Of St. Godard  The Pas, Man.^���������Battling obstacles  which for the past few years have  thwarted him in his efforts to win  major dog races, Earl Brydes, 22-  year-old 'Northern Manitoba musher,  has captured his first 200-mile The  Pas dog-derby.   \  ExnH St. Godard, the champion and  the favorite, finished twelve minutes  behind "Brydges. Brydges crossed the  finish -line at vthe north end of the  town here at 12:19 o'clock to the  cheers of hundreds of spectators.  He was carrying tone dog of his  nine dog team, on.the sleigh.-Emil's  team, visibly tired, finished at 12:31  o'clock, he was carrying three dogs  on his sled, but Toby, the famous  leader, was still inthe; key position at  the last. V  ������1 Deputy Minister of In_mlgration.  j - FpUo-wing" ther conference the two  Manitoba officials made a formal  statement in which they declared that  ���������'they are glad to advise that the general, policy, laid down in connection  jVith provincial co-operation Is, in  their'opinion, workable, but they are  hot prepared to Idiscuss details until  they have a. further conference to-  wrird������ the end of the -month."       - s  Mr. Egan said that he had nothing' to say .about the Dominion government plans. He would interview  every provincial government from  coast to coast, he declared, before any  official announcement would be made.  " Questioned about the term "general policy,". Mr. Prefontaine replied  this meant the plans outlined by the  Federal Government. The Minister of  Immigration, he said, had made tentative arrangements which would be  subject to change.        '  High Cost Of Burial  Funeral an/1 Undertaking Charges To  Be Investigated By Alberta    .  Government   '  Edmontoh.���������-Funeral""cbst- and undertaking charges in geheral will be  investigated by the Aiberta Government as a result of a motion adopted  unanimously by the House and introduced by W. W. Prevey, Liberal, Ed-  inonton, reading ai follows:  '���������"That in the opinion of this assembly the government should give early  consideration to the whole subject of  undertaking and particularly to the  prevailing charges and costs thereof  In capturing the    derby    Brydges I and if necessary to introduce legisla-  wins the first prize of 51,200 cash as  well as the Grant Rice-Walter Goyne  trophy.   ..���������'  tion regarding the same.1  Equal Franchise Bill Rejected  Quebec Legislative Assembly Opposed  Quebec>-^-By a vote of/ 44 to 2_���������.: the  legislative assembly - deifeated th<e^  measure introduced by Irenee Vau-  trini Liberal, St. James, to give women the right to vote hr provincial  elections. ". "-'-     -"  -While the vote was adverse to the  feminine cause, adherents "were gained, and in speeches made by Hon. A.  Ex-Service Men Represented  tee  Eleven War "Veterans On. Cossx  Probing Soldiers'1 Problems  .���������:���������-,; Ottawa, Ont.-^In the..composition  of the special parliamentary committee on pensions and returned soldiers'  problems, the prime minister has carried out his promise to have that  body so constituted that ex-service  men of all parties would have adequate representation. Of the 19 members of the committee, 11 are war  veterans, of whom six are Conservatives and five are Liberals, and of the  Paris.���������-Andre Tardieu's second cabinet rajilthe gauntlet of the Chamber  of Deputies and, although roundly  thumped by the parties of ttte Left, It  emerged with la favorable rnajority of  53. The rectified ballot -was announced  as 318 to 263.  The appearance of the second Tar-  dieu cabinet before the chamber with  its . _nin":sterial declaration was - the  signal for,one of.the bitterest parliamentary battles the chamber has evier  witnessed, the sessions being suspend-,  ed at one point. ~   . \   '  The premier's declaration was Interrupted by a tumult from the Socialist and Radical benches.  The opposition, smarting under, its  failure to regain power with the  Chautemps cabinet, taunted the  deputies on the left who had accepted portfolios ia the new -ministry,  and drowned the premier's voice.  Tardieu merely smiled at the de- -  monstration and finished reading his  declaration.  The -winning margin of confidence  was almost twice as great as political forecasters had been ready to  grant the cabinet in advance of the :  voting. Most of them agreed that  a margin of 30 votes would be a sign  of strength: for Tardieu,. and as the  bitter debate on the ministerial  declaration of policy progressed, some  of the prognosticators began to believe that the cabinet would be lucky  to win; at all.  As a consequence the government  will go back to the^ London naval  conference and will face the chamber on the question of ratifying the  Young plan, revising taxes and passing a budget with enhanced prestige.  The new naval delegation consists  of Premier Tardieu, Aristide Briand,  foreign minister, J. L. Durnesnil, minister of marine, Francois Pietri, minister of colonies, Ambassador Do  Fleuriau and Senator Gustave De  Kerguezec. Of these, Tardieu, Briand, Pietri and De Fleuriau were  members of the original, delegation.  R. McMaster, provincial secretary,, it,       .   .   , ���������..  was  laid  down with  emphasis  that | remainder, several had sons who were  sooner or later the cause of women  would win. The vote was! hot a party  one, the cabinet splitting. Premier  Taschereau voted against the bill.  Air Mall Popular  Ottawa.���������Total of 430,036 pounds of  mail was carried over Canada's 20 air  mail routes during 1920 at a cost to  the country of $474,071. Heaviest  routo was between Narrow Lake and  Sioux Lookout, Ont, where 83,408  pounds wero carried.  overseas.  Makes Altitude Record  . New York, N.Y.���������Driving his twin  motored Sikorsky to an apparent altitude of 19,500 feet, Capt. Boris Ser-  glevsky,_late of the Imperial Russian  Air Corps, brought back to his adopted country the altitude record for seaplanes carrying a useful load of 3,000  kilograms (4,409.34 lbs.), The old  reoord, held by France, was 15,837  feet.  ��������� -- The saysl cosferexase has bee-t prc<=  deeding without the French o-flcially  represented, but its progress haa  necessarily been slow, and the reappearance of the French will be the  signal "for resuming the negotiations  at full speed.  Air Mai! Benefits Coast  Fourteen Killed By landslide  Rock   CrttfihcK  Down  Cliff   On   Cay  Carnival Crowd  F^nchal, Madorla.-���������Sweeping down  from a-high rock hanging over the  sen, a great landslide killed at least  14 pereons) including several children.  Directly underneath tlio cliff! a carnival was in progress.  Scoros of children worp playing, on  tho beach when the tons of rook slid  down tho cliff with a torriile ronr and  crashed upon tho beach In tho soa.  Tho scone of gaiety quickly gave  place to cries of mothers, who faint-  eel aa the bodlon wero brought out of  the earth and rooks,  NEW 1UQD CROSS HOSPITAL AT EDMONTON  lUroakH international Iavw  Pclplng, China.���������Contrary to international law, Germany is reportod to  ��������� havo shipped largo quantities of poison gaw to China for uso by foraos of  Proeldent Chiang Kal-f3hok. Chlnoflo  Clutmber of Commerco has pro touted  to tho Gorman consul-general at  ������th_a.gUut.  fmmi0m*y*0m0*^M*^*wi*m^ -i%%i������^_.<MMMM*M#*M**ww������ww^*Mw^wt*ww^-*M<  "���������": wr*N,' "x^rtBis^"'-" ���������  Will ]i4!Kiinie Hunt  London, ..England,���������Prlnco of Wales  haa recovered so rapidly tvoni tho  sub-tcrlan malaria, that ho will rc-  Biimo hia hunting Immediately, A do-  Mpntoh to Tho Dally Mail from Nairobi, Kenya.'colony, said ho.probably  would go to Kntobfl, Uganda, on Lalto  Victoria, and use a lake Bteomer as-a  baao Cov hlu. oxpudlUoJi. "Ho muto bul-'  letlnn on tlio prince's condition will bo  , tanned at Nairobi.  mmmmW^^^^  i  ^&mmm%%m  ICastern Cities Are Brought Two Days  Closer Through Prairie Service  Vancouver, B.C. ��������� Vancouver, once  an outpost and even yet a little isolated from, the East by the height of  mountains, was brought 24 hours  closer to the prairie, and 48 hours  closer to Atlantic cities, with arrival  of the first aU-Canudia-t air mail from  Winnipeg. -  Several thousand letters, posted In  Winnipeg, Monday night, were carried as far as Calgary by aeroplane,  and arrived here by train at 9:30  o'clock on Wednesday. They were being delivered to city residents an hour  and a half later.  With this new service, a whole day  is cut from, the communication timo  to prairie cities lying east of Moose  Jaw, and two whole days to Hamilton,  Toronto, Halifax and various nearby  United States and Canadian cities.  x:&TfiW\p .**"<  [������<     M*������ .  :''t^rfi;,:i������|ii||!^^  Morphine Seized At New York  New York, N.Y.���������Morphine valued  at about $500,000 waa seized on pier  67, North River, leased by the French  line, In two large trunks apparently  owned by a first-class passenger on  tlio "Ho do France," who had loft the  vessel a few minutes before, it was  learned.  For tho sooond time In a few months we ara able to print pictures of a  now Junior Kcd Oman Crippled Gluldi'enjj' Hospital in Alborta. Above Is  shown tho exterior and one of tlio wards In tho new hospital at Edmonton,  opened In Jauuary. It has a capacity of Z!i botlu.  Report In Denied  Ottawa. ��������� Reports that a largo  mimbor of Monnonitos had been entering Canada recently, wore brought  to tho attention of the House of Com*  mona by Hon. R. J, Manion, (Cons.,  Fort William) and denied by Hon.  Charles Stewart, acting1 minister of  immigration.  .Death Of Vlacount GladAtono  London, England,���������The Rfc. Hon.  Viscount Korbort John Gladstone,  youngest son'of William E. Glndetono,  of Victoria era fame, died from an  UIiKsan which bcg'ju: with an attacSi  or bronchitis in Jantiary, Ho waa lib  bin 7<3Ui year. H.V,  TK^  i-_-  CBESTOK   BEVIEW  He didn't want  to talk  to anyone  else  Un numerous occasions members of a Vancouver family  answered the telephone only to  find that no one was on the  line. This went on for some  time, and finally a complaint  was lodged.  Telephone men investigated  and made the following discovery: The family had a Chinese  cook. A friend (another Chinese) was in the habit off telephoning to him frequently. If  the cook answered the telephone  a conversation between the pair  would ensue; but if the telephone was answered by a mem-  er of the family, the caller  would simply hang up without  saying a word. Therefore the  mysterious calls.  ticular  age,   nor  avocation,  Kootenay Telephone Go.  LIMITED  ini: or-C^iUPi ng-.������.s_.w  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year Ln advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON,  B.C.,  FRIDAY,  MAR   14  SCIENCE AND REUSiO  Gotttributed  Prof. Chas. Ell wood, possibly  the greatest Irving social scientist,  has recently issued a book of wide  circulation entitled "Man's Social  Destiny in the Light of Science.*'  The chapter on religion is particularly significant for thpse times.  Prof. Ell wood pleads for a religion based upon "tested kncw=  ledge,'' or as is commonly said,  scientific knowledge. He maintains that science means simply  that some theory has been propounded based upon facts that  have been thoroughly tested.  To many, the terms 'science'  and 'religion/ seem appositive and  contradictory. Indeed, in another recent book, Prof. Wallace in  his, "The Scientific World View''  declares that "Religion and  Science are mutually exclusive;"  he makes one of t ose attacks  upon religion such as religion has  experienced since the dawn of  human thinking.  To ban religion, would be to  ban all human ideals, all sense of  right and wrong, all our hopes  fears of immortality and, in short,  the greater part of human life.  This would be rather unscientific  in itself. In one sense, religion  and science are mutually exclusive; just as geometry and chemistry are eqclusive, or geology  and psychology are exclusive,  but to argue  **or  social conditions, but from all  sorts and conditions of men.  These men were not much concerned with biology, nor geology,  nor even history, but they were  intensely and passionately devoted to the science of "daily living." Thus we have in the Bible  an array of fact covering 2000  years of human experience; not of  one or two people in a particular  age, but all its heroes, soldiers,  statemen, prophets, kings, shepherds, priests, who from their experiences of life have concluded  that this is a moral world and  that there is a Supreme Being.  Unfortunately forthe race,many  of the helpfii! scientific facts with  their theories, are completely  ignored, but an even greater  tragedy is the fact that the lofty  and holy teaching of the Bible is  pushed aside for theories of life  long shown to be destructive and  false.  It is one of the disappointing  things about life that mankind  has so seldom profited by the experience of the past. Nature, we  know, destroys the animal that  does not attain to a certain standard of perfection, Moral forces  cause the downfall of nations and  W. A i.kj^> k. ^������_������      _������.._._    ...A.      *>W    _ ^-WWv*...       _m_w _. _  mand of social survival; are we  uot justified to still hold the be-  belief that the individual who  fails to rise to the urge for better  and holier living, will olso die?  In the Bible we have the practical experiences of men interpreted in the light of the Divine Will;  should we not avail ourselves of  these experiences? In the Bible  we read of men who were weak-  willed and sinful finding a marvelous strength, enabling them to  conquer sin and find- a calm, conscious peace with God; we read  of those bearing grievous burdens  and suffering heart-rending experiences, and we also,are told how  these found a wonderful relief in  one who makes the burdens light  and who heals the torn heart.  Whatever your experience may  be you will find it all in the Bible,  and you will also find the solution  for your needs. Yes, even when  we walk "down into the valley of  the shadow of death", we need  "fear no evil, for thon art with me,  Thy rod and Thy staff, they comfort me."  24-Hour Electric  ^ and Power Service  Lipi  v  Commencing    SATURDAY,  MARCH  I5th, 24-Hour Electric Light and Power serviee  will;i be'given daily by my plant.  C. O. RODGERS.  soeiation on Saturday afternoon indicate  that the firm continues to enjoy, a steadily increasing trade in most all of the  lin.s carried. T. R. Mawson and L. T-  Leveque were elected to fill regular vacancies on the directorate, vsith Perey  B&ffey replacing "W H. Kolthammer,  whose term has two years to run.  Mrs. A. Benedetti and daughter, Irene  Local and Personal  M. R. Joyce and R. M. Telford have  been selected to represent Creston at the  international league baseball meeting  that has been called for March 38rd at  Bonners Ferry.  FOR SALE  Latest -word from. Cronbrook is to the  effect that; IF. K. Hurry, who is in hos-  ptfeai with a badly broken leg, is havng a  painful but satisfactory recovery, and it  is not likely amputation will be necessary.  Trinity lUnited Church Ladies' Aid are  having their usual spring sale of cooking  and tea at the home of Mrs. Geo. Cartwright, Erickson. on Wednesday afternoon nex_������ March lath, to which all arr _  invited  The curlers close the season on Friday  night, 21st, with a bridge in the Parish  Hall, cards to start at S.15 prompt, and  an admission of 50 cents A feature of  the evening- will be the presentation of  cups and trophies.  Mr. and Mrs. Rainey Rose of Medicine  Hat, Alberta, spent a few days here at  the end of the week en a visit with Mr.  and. Mrs. J. F. Rose. They were return-  mg to the gas metropolis after spending  the winter in California.  Rev. A. J. Doull of Vernon, bishop of  Kootenay, is due to officially visit Creston : n March 24th and will hold a confirmation service at Christ Church, where  a class of seven candicates are being prepared by the r"Ctor, Rev. A. Garlick.  Local poultry farms have the incubators full of eggs and the first baby chicks  En quantity will be arriving next week.  According to official figures Creston last  year shipped 6000 day old chichs, and it  Is expected 1930 shipments will be even  larger.  Public school inspector Capt. Manning  is giving Creston school the usual spring  inspection this week. With the steady  arrival of r.ew families at Lister it begins  to look as if the two rooms of the school  at that point will again be in use after  midsummer.  F. H. Jackson reports the sale of one  of the Alf. Nelson ranches at Canyon  City to M r. Biakey, a son-in-law of T.  D. Bunce, from Saskatchewan,  who  has  .non_- f-T-na wiwfoi* ������x_- I^V-Jwo-f-v**- T1l_/>   -t������r_i������w_V������  -v.J������_"<. ���������������*���������������    wUv      --**_._>w*.     -_������v    v/rv_uw������i. .__ ������_,������_.     J  ufc_\������������-  33 in the Hungry Hollow section, next the  Abbott place.  Crembo Club Syncopators of Cranbrook, East Kootenay's best -ance orchestra, will play at the Rod and Gun  Ciub St. Patrick's dance at the Grand  theatre ballroom on Monday night, 17th,  to which the admission is $1.25 to gents,  and $1 to ladies, supper included.  Friends of Corp. arid Mrs. Smith of  Kimball, Alberta, received the news a few  days ago of an addition of a pair of twins  ���������a boy and a girl���������to the family, on  Febrnary 28th. Corp. Smith was in  charge of the R.C.M.P. work at Creston  at the time of its closing five or six years  ago.  Reports submitted at the annual meeting of Creston Valley Co-Operative As-  _-___   KT_1___,  WC1C  llcbuii  ������.������~3-4������_,*������tf������  lo_4*  ������rV������Mk_*  ��������� ac. w_������ _  .how   .. __..������.  Mrs. R. Price left last week on a visit  with friends at Rossland and Nelson.  Anglican Church service on Sunday  aifternoon, 15th, at 3 o'clock, with Sunday  school at two.  Women's Institute meets in March  session on Thursday, 20th, in the old  schoolhouse, at 2.30 p.m.  Wynndel Co-Operative Fruit Growers  Association have their annual meeting  on Friday, March 14th. The yearly  balance sheet will be considered and 19*30  directors elected.  Lister  Property owners are expected to be  out in full force on Saturday night for  the annual meeting of the Lister Waterworks District, at which a vote will be  taken to borrow another. $5000, as well  as to elect a trustee for the three-year  term.  The Lister-Huscroft Farmers' Institute  have just placed their first order for  stumping powder, cohsistine of 37 cases.  Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sommerfeld  have arrived this week from Nelson and  have taken possession of the Bagshaw  ranch, which they purchased last fall  along with 20 acres Which, adjoins it at  .he back.  Mr. and Mrs. Myers and three children also of Nelson, have just arrived and  are occupying the former Conquest and  John Davis places, which they purchased  last October.  Mrs. Jos. Whittaker, sr., and Mrs. Sam  Whittaker and young son, all of Cranbrook. were weekend visitors with the  latter's mother* Mrs. Hobdem  The casivass for funds for the Bibles  Society in the Lister  area resulted in an  ingathering of ������16.65.   The work was in  charge of Mrs. C.   Huseroft,   Mrs. K  Langston,   Mrs,   John   Bird   and    Mis  Alice" Wellsprmg.  Mrs. Hobden was a Saturday ^night  hostess at bridga in honor of her guests  from Cranbrook, at which live tables of  players participated and the prize scores  were turned in by Mrs. Jos, Whittaker  and Paul Stas; consolation honors going  to Mrs. John Huseroft and John Bird.  Refreshments were served and all thoroughly enjoyed the evening.  The Gyro Club is to provide  Cranbrook with a 125 x 250-foot  swimming pool. It will cost  about $9000,  At Pentieton the Women's institute has been granted the use  of the municipai council chamber  as a rest room.  Officials of Kaslo and District  Fifteen Hundred Club claims the  average age of the members Is  about 45 years.  It is reported that deer are  hanging around tne bunkhoules  and kitchens of the C.P.R. lumber  camps at Canal Flats,  At Pentieton final payments  indicate that Jonathan apples  will nett the growers 65 cents per  box.    Mcintosh   Reds   averaged  $1.10.    ,  At Cranbrook the former fall  fair grounds have just been purchased for an athletic field by the  Cranbrook Amateur Athletic Association.  Kaslo has too many bad pay  j electric light and water users, all  j of whom have been notified to  Eay up in 30 days, or service will  e cut off.  It is expected that 12,000 cords  of cottonwood will be floated  down the Kootenay River to Port-  hill and there loaded on cars for  shipment to the paper mill at  Everett, Wash.  Christ Church, Greston  SUNDAY, MAROH 16  CRESTON���������11 a.m., Mati s and Holy  Communion.  WYNNDEL���������3.00 p.m., Evensong.  SIRDAR���������7 30 p.m., Evensong.  United Church  Rev. R. E. CRIBB, B.A.,v Minister.  power sprayer  Al,o ranch norse, about  -Massey Harris  1JH* h.p.j  used   only  two  seasons.  11000 lbs., and  Wagon, sleighs, etc.   C. liollm <J.  Hot-  den ranch), Creston.  After spending throe or four days here  R. B. Staples returned to Kelowna via  Calgary, on Saturday. He figures there  is still about 125 cars of apples in the  Okanagan yet to be sold.  HATCHING EGGS-B.C. White Leghorn hatching eggs for sale, fveim 2 year  old hens, splendid layers. R.O.P, stock.,  $1 for 15 eggs. G. McWilliams <G. l\  Smith ranch..), Erickson..  In connection with tho  Curling   Club  that  the  goelogist' bridge on Friday, March 21st, a prize is  should   declare   pyschology   false baing given   the  holder  of  the  lucky  because it does not come  within t'chot' whlcln wUl bo amongst those Bold  Rita ESIiott  Vancouver's Young Lady  Evangelist  those patronizing tho affair,  Tho   Women's   Auxiliary  of   Christ  Church have afternoon tea with Bale ot  ,worl<and home cooking, ot the Parish  Hall on Saturday, March 2flth, from 3 to  6.30 p.m., to which all are invited.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Auxiliary lire  having a St. Patrick's  tou, with  sale ot  3ii������ purview is   rather unpardonable logic.  On the other hand Prof. Ell-  wood points out that science is  "tested knowledge" of any branch  of human   thinking and action.  Science takes facte and aftercare-  i.-,-_j���������-������i u _. -������������������������������������,������������������������������������������������������   . .-  ��������� .,        i    -    .   , -At work, candy and homo eooklnKi a* Mm.  fuj analysis deduces certain theor- jvtcCroath'H from o to 6.30 p.m., Saturday, March 15th.   All are invltod,  ies and beliefs.  Rul'i^ion hoH every right to bo  KC'i<mliflc in_thiH rokpect, it dealt".  with th������ facta of human exper-  i'nee,.and from thuHe facta it de-  (fluccH i ts con elunioTiH a <1 doctrineM.  The Bible* h in thin sense- a  scientific book. ��������� It i������ n compendium of practical Inn man oxptr-  iencuH, taken not  from  uny  par-  At; tho annual mooting of Ennt Creator*  Irrigation DlntrM. lant Wednesday nitcir*  noon, C. O, Uodfjorn declined re-election  for a throci your torm, and is roplncod on  tho board of truntoo by J.M. GratKte.  Tim mildi>r wonfhor that hnn obtained  tha pant two   wiwUm   hn������   remedied ' tlw  is conducting a  Special  Campaign 4- m*<*  Full Gospel Mission  11.00 a.m.���������WYNNDEL.-  4.00 p,m.���������CANYON.  7.30 p.m.���������CRESTON.  Fe HB JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  Listings solicited.  ^p e*g��������� fAM        _9  ^������  vot ���������.._> * vi-������ ,      a.w.  SUNDAY, 11 a.m./'Thc CrW  7.30 p.m., "The Greatest  Question of AH Time."  TUESDAY, 7.45 p.m.  "Divine HcaHng,"  lorul wntor  nlMiutlon.   Tha mikSmi  and  ���������,--- n>csr% A -_.   -, .-  pi'lviittt plp-i* llimnhnvu nil thuwod out and I " HUKb-IJAY,, 7.45 p.m.  a normal mipply ii������ now uviittuliki tw   uliC. i "Outside tlw Gaaip."  Vernon is to have a light airplane club and starts with eleven  members.  At Pentieton irrigation rates  are to be boosted from $12.50 to  $16 per acre.  At Kaslo manual training a day  a week will be inaugurated at the  public school.  Pentieton will require $45,483  of 1930 taxes to finance the town  schools this year.  Commencing this vear the  United Church at Kimberley will  be self-supporting.  The new Anglican chiarch at  Pentieton will be completed in  May,   It will seat 350.  For the year just closed Kaslo  and District Fifteen Hundred  Club paid only nine death claims.  At Grand Forks the city's electric thawcr was required for 240  services during the January cold  snap.  50 tables of players participated  in a Knifthts of Pythias whist  drive at Kimberley one night last  week.  The Citizens' Association is  asking Rossland council to undertake a new assessment of all city  property.  A very cheap rate for "juice"  is olfcrcd to Grand Forks merchants who install electric advertising signs.  Application has jupt been made  for another beer par'or license at  Grand Forks. If granted the city  will have five dispensaries of the  amber fluid.  I have secured the agency  for Creston for the famous  PULWEL  Portable  Phonographs  I have a sample of the  "Midget" on nisplay. Call  in and: hear its wonderful  tone. The Midget is equipped with standard Pulwell  motor and tone arm; new  type metal diapragm reproducer; enameied metal grill;  covered needle cup. Holds  six records. Wonderful value at $17.50.  V. MAWSON  CRESTON  ���������  ���������  ���������  M  ���������  ���������a  m  E&^Biffj5^y^y^        m^Q} ^s S&BB    <&f&l  We invite you to inspect our  new stock of  fitiifofoors  work Socks  * and  Kitchen MensIKs  Full stock.    Priced right.  Shoe (Mftdr   riam^tmm   ftfttpavrinff  y  \ THE  CBESTON BE VIEW  /*?'  ���������4T  ���������  ">,y'V'y'tl>'t't'T'^'H"1''l"t'*"8|''>'t.'f'>.''>'*'t'V'V,yiVlT'f'?������1!'  ���������������������<-������������������������*  ^' Local andt Persona! If~  jjj-jjj-rrr-"- -_._-.-_i.__--_���������-_>,--  _���������__..  -^-������������������di*^--*--^^  ON TOP OF THE WORLD  ��������� ������  After investigating the most popular makes of eleciri������  washers, and consulting washing machine experts, I find  that the UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC WASHER possesses  the most essential qualities of a washing machine.  Carefully considered mechanical construction, beauty,  ability to wash without the slightest injury to the most  delicate tabrics, safety devices, convenience and price,  without sacrifice of quality.  We sell on a small margin. YOU get the benefit low  overhead and no high pressure salesmen, whose charges  come out of the washes or are added to the price.  _ ayments to sui_ your convenience.   x__ran^e tor   a.  home demonstration.     ,  E. G. TgfVlJVIONS  WESTINGHOUSE DEALER  --^-----������-4---������--__kJfl_tf-������_____*4r_MM-_^  \*W _-r^ S5P  As the prospects are good for a large crop ot" Apples this  year we.adv.se growers to place their orders for  immediate   delivery.    We   will  assist  them   in  carrying these boxes by giving a special discount  for  all   orders   for   delivery   before   April   1st.  I CELA^. O. RODGERS  ���������������_���������  ���������m  For the BEST in  mmm m mmrn'Mmm   Se      Basm eEm Jk#  Give us a call.    We are handling the MAPLE LEAF  .-.-i _!'._.        ������>'.  Bran? Shorts, Middlings, Corn, Cracked  Corri, Wheat,. Oats, Crushed Oats, Oat Chop  Barley Chop, and everything else in this line.  Maple Leaf3 Robin Hood and  Royal Household Flour  Prices are right.       Try us once and be convinced.  B3 SBm        %9h 1WH %*P ^m& It Ban _WL   1    B I  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  c_.  Birth���������On March 11th, to  Mr. and  Mrs. A. IBrMc__aye a^daughter.  Property 'ewfrers in fthe 1_ast Creston  Irrigation Diatricfeshpuld be at the meeting at^J|as*:Cai^ai^i|tckiiBg shed on Saturday afterno'o-n,'-. l^thV a* 2.30 o'clock,  -when the matter ot purchasing pipe in  quantities wili;b^'diicus.sed and a very  attractive offer subrhiited.  Mrs. Pat Downey is at present a patient in Cranbrook;hosp3tal -where she was  taken at the first' i6������~the -week for an  appendicitis operatien, Mr. Downey accompanying ; ner.; iiljatest reports are  that she is making a}(satisfactory recovery, although, the case was quite critical.  The C. O. Rodgers box factory commenced operations on Monday morning  on the-.make of -IS3V:"fcin tops," and is  employing half a dozenlgirls on the cup  making machines and the usual staff in  th-- veneer mill. 200,000 "tin tops" -will  be manufactured this'year, as compared  150,000 in 1929; >  Miss Rita Elliott, the Vancouver evangelist, -who is conducting special meetings  at the Full Gospel Mission is^ attracting  large attendances, the- old\ Legion Hall  being filled to capacity for last Sunday  night's meeting. Elsewhere in this issue  will be found the topics she will discuss  at the meetings next week.  The Women's Institute bridge on Friday night at the . Parish Hall attracted  fiftpen tables of players and in the high  score prizes Erickson 1.talent swept the  boards, first prises going to Miss Jessie  White and W. ,Gr. Littlejohn, with second  prices to Mrs. .E. Cartwright and W. H.  Kemp. Consolation, honors-,fell to Mrs.  York and Mr. Wheeler.  Creston Plumbing & Heating Company have just completed a fully modern  bathroom and equipment at the residence  of John Huseroft at the Huseroft district,  and Manager Sam Steenstrup has just  booked orders to do similiar work at at  the residences of W. H. Kemp at Erickson; H. W. McLaren, and for W. Bv  Martin at his recently acquired Elstone  ranch.  A marriage license was issued this  week to Alfred I^ockott of Lister, whose  bride will be Greta Vplker, who is at  present a resident of Germany, and who  is unable to leave that country until the  authorities-haye begn^hpwn this particular Hcerise. to-_ha.rry^;iljt is expected the  bride-elect atsdlt/'e groom's brother ���������will  arrive from the fatherland next, month.  when the matromonial contract will be  completed.  Will everyone interested in the public  library meet in the town hall on Saturday  afternoon, March 22nd, at 3 o'clock,  when arrangements can be made for  carrying on the library. The village  commissioners have agreed to give thit  use of their hall, one afternoon a week  and are putting up the necesssary shelves. .As a large number of ratepayers  voted recently in favor of a library there  should be a considerable increase in the  number of members, and this will permit of a more frequent change of books  from Victoria,  <  i  i  '  ���������������  <  >B  Thrift  consists , in spending less than  von earki.  If by careful economy you can  Bave money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay irtterefefi: on Savings balances and shall welcome your  account. ^  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Ruberve TFVmd $20,000,00������  Crciftton Branch  H.J, Forbes, Manager  I  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, Mar.  15  <������*������___.  -y-^p_1_y.|r||y_r_^^.)|t       ^      _       m      ^ ^|Wlgy lt ^Mgynny B(|t||j W||������rT"y*ny*'ry''''*'gl*'*'y '���������y���������y  ^    fy ^     ^ --p-rg-ryr-|i mhiumh W'W^i  The Consolidated Mining &  \ SmletingjjCompany of Canada, Ltd.  4  4  4  4  4  4  Office, Smelting and Refining Department  TRAIL, Britfah Columbia  Smelters and Refiners*  Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.  Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, PiR Lend nnd Zinc.  TADANAC BRAND  C-_    ,>W* WWfcV-****   yyi ������>_���������_<*  ������i*#*_  It's Just Too Bad  It's unfortunate -when -we hear of anything that proves to us  that we have misplaced our confidence; quite often it costs money    ���������  to make a wrong guess.  There is no  guesswork when you give your  PLUMBING and HEATING contracts to us.  Your Plumbing contract should be awarded to a reliable firm to ensure  satisfaction. Cheap plumbing fixtures, poorly installed, are not only a  source of constant annoyance, but a saenace 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  are built to order, Eavetroughing, Conductor Piping, etc. Also Soldering of  any kind of metal.  'In. our Geusral Blacksmith Shop we can as-ajre 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 bave 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.  Oreston Blacksmith, Plumbing & Heating Go.  S. STEENSTRUP.  A. S. REED.  Reduced Prices  You can save upward 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  in used Cars and Trucks.  ���������r  Let as give you an Estimate on Wiring  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 and expense. We use all standard material, and  our workmen are eareful. Work done in the shortest possible  ti .je and at the shortest notice.  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER    &    MAXWELL  SERV3CE ON APSYT84SNG ������PERATEO SY GftSCLSN-  iioiiamin i  !���������_������������������ Ii _*��������������������������� ���������*��������� ������������������������������������-������������������-������������������ ���������������- ���������������������������������������������������������������������lll������|  COD  LIVER OIL  Stock, $1.85 gal.    $8.75 for five gallons  BLACK LEAF "40"  ORJJER ;n6w.    Supply will arrive in  two weeks.  ���������B  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  THE  XHS-KAI-K- STORE  GEO. H/KELLY  itdjfm  Sag IwU-W]**--^  ���������S-ps-rtv  ;.s  _-TT_Ti___ff   IT ACQ  SECURITIES  OUR managers are kept in constant  touch with the investment market  through the Bank's own Bond Department at Head Office.  You may be assured of careful attention and conservative selection if your  investments are handled by one of our  branches.  Any amount from a $50 bond to the  largest allotment gladly purchased or  sold.  IMPERIAL BANK  0FCANACA  CRESTON BRANCH ��������� J. 3. W. CLOWES, M.n.g.i.  Etramulioft mt lnv������rmwra. C������nbrooUc and Famta.  0  f ss-ffte of 0n������ Himilvc J nnd "fliirtyfivo Millions     w  id .J^ wt.   liliWf".     ���������-**���������'   ���������   ,..|W.    ), i   **      '.,,' i' ��������� ^     t.   ������, I        . t, ���������.. >, . i .  v^i Tl'_--h* , ,SI_f   r">l������������������W-Mi*-il*i.*.t-^^t-1' lj--.'l_iti 1  __l ���������TOT*-  revikwv mTOTO-ff.  B.   o.  /A  I  'ft/Aim- /   _. \  baby Comes  \  If you cannot nurse Iilm  turn to Eagle Brand, the  leading; infant food since  locy        ��������� - ���������  J   - ��������� " __bj WeHW��������� tnteT-o  ������_������ r=4\3 t_.t������  3RAHD  CON-CNSEO  i\nii i^r  riib_.t ^  Retains'Lead In Passenger Traffic  Cunard      and!      Associated      Lines'  Atlantic Bookings In 1920  Were  205,7-4:  For the seventh consecutive year  the Cunard and Associated Lines  carded, during _._28, a larger number  of passengers, across the Atlantic  than'/.'���������any: other -steamship line or  group or lines, according to, a statement made by. Arthur. Randies, general passenger manager for Canada of  the Cunard and Anchor-Donaldson  lines. . . ..  Statistics of the passenger traffic  fqr last year revealed the fact that  Cunard and its Associated Lines carried a total of 265,734 passengers on  their regular transatlantic sailings.  Of this large number a total of S5\-  N!?il������ING  E-14. *!������?������������ S-.93.  TARS CdO-  Tie PLi&S&Nt&dy  ���������-j-*__rn_.-,-.������_v-  s  SION  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  MARCH 16  PARABLES OF THE KEKG--OI&  a*������  liMiilRiuil  510 passengers were csrri;  Yvv.     +1-.0.  *'jfo mos������ stomach trouble. Can eat ���������nTUUfle,1'  vrftes -St*. 33. *W_.it:ft. T_~usaa_s say ln_ig?c-  Mon, b.Artburs, l������s -wu������i__ like megi- with  *Ftuit-������-tiTe������-*. Coastip-tkBa. sick h������_<Uche>  ���������nd o-_r_igb_.Ker-es.uo_rt quiet,-ound sleep a*  ������nc*.R-_e_m.������_B-[a flies o-srar-Conspl-oaioaelects  ������uiclc Get ���������FxuiU������-tiTe������'* fees <-rug_Ut today.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Edmonton Spring Show  The Alberta provincial police -will  continue to enforce law and order in  the province, and their duties will not  be taken over "by the Royal Canadian  Mounted Police-.  Sir George Badgero-w, native of  Toronto, famous specialist in ear.  nose and throat disease -was invested  a Commander of the Victorian Order  by His Majesty, King George, at a  Royal investiture.  Defeat of a government measure  should not entail the ���������fe,siernstion of  the government, unless followed by a  vote off want of confidence. This proposal is advocated in a resolution in  the Federal House, sponsored by Robert Gardiner, U.P.A. leader.  Canad an service   liners,   20,097   on  Anchor-Donaldson   steamers, and 45,  413    on    Cunard   Canadian    service  liners.  Of the total carried by our lines,  the Cunard Line accounted for 208,-  185,    and   the Anchor Line, 45,311."  said Mr. Randies.    "Not  included in  these figures.are   5,232   carried    on  Cunard     Cruises,      11,264     In    the  Cunard's Havana   service for   192&;  also 1,959 on the Anchor L'ne cruises,  and several smaller categories, which  I raise the grand total of all passengers  | carried to 286,197. This total incident-  \ ally   represented   an   aggregate   In-  ' crease of 17,050 over the 269,16? car-  ] ried in 1928."  "A survey of the travel prospects  in our   various   departments,    first-  class, second-class, cabin, tourist third  cabin and third-class, leads us to the  conclusion that if the present rate of  I booking     is     maintained     through  ! spring and summer, the Cunard Line  ; and Its Associated Lines will experi-  | ence   a   good   year,"    Mr.   Randies  stated.  Children's Calf Feeding Competition  Is Attracting Much Interest;  In order to giveTall children residing  in farm homes an opportunity to become conversant with the many special classes put on for them at the  Edmonton Spring Show, to be held  from April 8 to 12, and particularly  the special encouragement given to  amateur exhibitors, letters and prize  lists were sent to every school north  of Red Deer. A number of teachers  have written ha that the children have  been quite interested and excited, and  it is expected that the many changes  adopted with an eye to improving the  1930 Children's Calf Feeding competitions will result in a largely Increased  entry.  It has been felt by the directors for  some time that when once a child has  succeeded in feeding a calf to the  point where it can win first prize in  this competition, it Is only fair that  Golden Text: "The kingdom of God  Is not eating and drinking, but righteousness arad peace  and joy in the  '^oiy-'Spirit.' '���������-Romans .'14.17.'/v//'  Lesson ^^ ^^  ;" rievotidsial- Reading:? Proverbs   3*  19-26.'      > ^ ������������������ ���������'-..;'- ,/^'<;:|:i^" ,-,,:. . .1. -y " -  ...;-. g_xpian.atlon& and.: Consents _   . II  , _Jhi_ Parable Of the-Wheat ��������� and the  Tares, verses 24-30.���������When Mark  Twain was a lad, he was sent by his  niibther tb weed, a flower-bed. He  found more weeds than flowers and  came back to ask.his mother if instead of.weeding the flower-bed he  might not ''flower the weed-bed." This  parable is a warning against the dan-  gerjof floweringj*. weed-rbed.  , xhe rarabie \j������ -the Mustard Seed,  verses 31,32.-���������in: this parable Jesus  likens the Kingdom of Heaven to a  grain of mustard seed which a man  took and sowed in his field. This mustard seed was the smallest seed cultivated by the Jews and was .popularly-  regarded as the smallest of all seeds.  Although the seed is so small, mustard sometimes' grows to a height of  ten or twelve feet, and then the birds  of the heavens come ami lodge in the  Piropl.Bi___.d_o quick _y"S*<>ifa_-  S������Jtkl" you can actually see them dry  up. ICaay eo o?er-ighu Get "Sootiaa-  Sal-a" from drugglat tc_ajv_faw  sJsUa bca-ty to-ao. rovr. -aeraiag.  igaretie Papers  i.arg������ Double Boofe .-.���������,���������.���������.-...-jA BPMmJL  |������0 Leaves    ; ., .iS-^MKT  Fin������������������ You Cb-Buy/ (AW -���������.__���������__������������������  AVOID IMITATIONS V  on  s& Colds  A speedy, safe, proven remedy  for children and adults.  branches thereof .The parable teaches  that the growth of the Kingdom is  sure, that from a small beginning  great results follow. The husbandman  does his part in preparing the ground  and sowing the* seed, and then he  leaves it in the care of the earth, depending upon It together with the aor  tion of the sun and air and rain to  carry the germinating life through  the stages of its growth. So man  must trust to a Power that lies be-  f yond him for results, for the exten-  I sion of the Kingdom of God in the  I7A  ���������mixture:  AcJsUheaFlash - A 5������f������e Sipfisovesrt  some one else should have an oppor- > heartg of men depends not upon the  '   affannr   r������-P   ���������no���������i    alnna    Vw������fr    nvuvm    tha  For Shcumatlc Pains.���������The pains  and aches of Sciatica and Rheumatism should be treated with Dr.  Thomas' lEclectric  Oil. The soothing  and healing properties of this famous  remedy have been demonstrated for  fifty years. Use it also for inflamsna-  Contrary to international law, Ger- \ toY' pal?S'   C^f'   scratches,   bruises  v^_i.fcj._u.y c- _uu������..A.e.������u_uM -������w, ������_      a^^ sprains, either in human beings  many is reported   to   have   shipped   or jj-e lower animals.  large quantities of    poison    gas    to  :���������: .   China for use by forces of President [ A. Real,, Economy  Chiang Kai-Shek.   Chinese    Chamber  of Commerce has   protested   to  tunity to win this pr3zc the next year,  in order that the benefits of the first  prize might be distributed a little, and  this year all those who have previously won first prizes are barred from  again competing. The district prizes  offered by the Edmonton Stock Yards  have also   been   divided   into   three  prizes  for/each  district,. instead  of  one, which will also give greater encouragement to the amateur exhibitors in those districts which have not  the same high quality of livestock as  some of the districts -which have been  settled for a longer time.  agency of man alone but upon the  power off God.  "Wondrous Man   .   .   .   .   You had  your dreams:  That John  and Peter,  James  and  Magdalene���������  Dark Judas,  too^���������:should learn  to  know your God.  You had the faith to hail thelding-  ' dom's gleams -  In earth's embattled    realm;    and  still-your hope   .  Is undismayed, though men in darkness grope."  ���������Thomas Curtis Clark  Parking En Melbourne  The parking of cars in Melbourne,  Australia, is controlled by issuance  of a ticket for/the sum of 25 cents*  A. motbrist parks his car ���������any." place  he can find space, handing the ticket  to a policeman. The ticket Is good  for one day only.  German consul-general at Shanghai.  If all members of parliament had  their tonsils removed their tempers  would be much improved. Miss Agnes  MacPhail, only woman member of the !  House, found it so in her case and  urges her fellow members to do likewise.  A total of 430,636 pounds of mail  was carried over Canada's 20 air mail  routes during 1929, at a cost to the  country of $474,071. Heaviest route  was between Narrow Lake and Sioux  Lookout, Ont., where 83,406 lbs. were  carried.  For the first time since his recovery from his serious illness of a year  ngo, the King held an investiture in j  the Throne-Room of Buckingham,  Palace. More than 100 recipients of  honors In the new year's list received  the insignia of their orders and their  decorations.  * New Yorkers pay $160,000,000 a  tke year to ride in the"city's 25,000 taxi-  cabs, reports a writer in World's  Work. But huge a3 that 3um may  seem, the tax'cab is a real economy  for the New Yorker of the class  which would own Its own cars in  smaller cities. On account of high  rentals, lack of parking space and  traffic congestion, it is estimated that  the cost of maintaining an automobile  and chauffeur in the city is $5,000 annually.  ^tlierliig Spslls  Couldn't Walk  Far  G������a3S--&C_  rer  er  Mrs. T. W. Roth, Kelowna, B.C.,  writes:���������"For over a year I was  troubled -with smothering*1 spells, and  it was impossible for me ��������� to walk,  even a short, distance, on account of  having to gasp for breath.  *' A������������������friend told rdei to try  One of the best ways of preserve  ing peace is to keep alive the memories of the Great War.  4  './.' HEART' ���������;.  Jails To Spare  Huge TJecrease  In   Crime In   Great  Britain Is Noted  Britain's criminals are one class  which seems to be travelling on the  1'os.d which leads to gradual extinction. While the criminal "dole," as  the prisons' appropriations might be  termed*, is decreasing, the government  today finds itself embarrassed by a  superfluity of prisons and military  barracks.-.  Maidstone -jail, which' is to "be closed:  DO YOU  SUFFER FROM  CGN5TSPATSGN?  Countless remedies are advertised  for constipation. Many relieve for  the moment but they are habit forming and must be continued. Other-  contain calomel and dangerous mineral drugs, which remain in the ������ys=  tern, settle in the joints and cause  aches and -pains. Sonic are harsh  purgatives which cramp and gripe  and leave a depressed  after effect.  Avoid lubricating oils which only  grease the intestines and encourage  nature's machinery to become lazy.  A purely vegetable laxative, such  as Carter's Little Liver Fills,: gently  touches the liver, bile starts to flow,,  the bowels move gently, the intestines  are thoroughly cleansed and eohstipaction poisons pass away. The stomach,  liver and bowels are now active and  the system enjoys a real tonic effect.  All druggists 25c and 75c red pkgs.'  The longest elephant tusks of  which there Is authentic record are  11 feet and 5 Inches in length* and the  pair weigh 292 pounds. They are now  shortly, is the _w_nty^eventh instK ^ll^S^^ ^ NCW *0t*  tution of its kind to disappear since  1914. Since that year-  l Zoological. Society,  BOILS  Dry up and disappear with  MEnnrd'B. It kills the poison  and draws out the inflpimma-  tlon.  whjch I did, and in a short time  felt much better.  "I can now recommend   them  to  everyone."  Price, 50c. a box at all druggists  and dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co.,  Limited, Toronto, Ont,  How Lincoln Became Lawyer  Took Up Study After Defending Himself In Court Case  Abraham Lincoln's success in using  tlio law in his own defense, was declared by Quin O'Brien, Chicago attorney, as the circumstance that do-  crded Lincoln to become a lawyer,  O'Brien spolto at a Lincoln meeting.  Recently found records were quoted  by the speaker as revealing that Lincoln had been arrested for operating  an unlicensed ferry boat on the Ohio  Ilivor. Of necessity he Interested him-  Bfilf! in law to defeat the charge and  later became a law student In enrnoat,  Saskatchewan Lumber  Figures relative to the lumber production in Saskatchewan during 1928  reveal that tho number of nawmiMs  have Increased from 10 to 13 during  1029.  Attendance nt a church in Russoll-  vllle, ArkatmaB, has increased B0 per  cent, since the custom of passrtng tlio  collection plate waH discarded,  fffwff^fmftv  "PcrHlnn Bnhm���������the perfect aid to  beauty, Essential to real feminine distinction, ttesulta always In the highest expression of beauty, Ita uso  keeps tho hands always soft and" flawlessly white. Indispensable to tho  whole family. Imparts added oharm to  tho mother, Servos the father as a  hair -fixative and cooling shaving lotion, and protects the tender ������kin of  the child. Persian Balm ia the true  toilet requisite.  W,   N,    XL    182a  Industrial Growth Of Manitoba  Building oxtomilonu and Industrial  growth In Winnipeg and the Provinces  of Manitoba**for 3030 hold promtoo of  a record year. Already permits far  two bulldlngn total over ipu.uOO.OOO,  while thoro aro quite a largo nunnbor  of pormlta In the $100,000 claaa.  New England has never asked for  farm relief although it was there that  the passing stranger sympathized  with tlio hand who was picking stones  in a Held. To which the latter repliod:  "Listen, brother, I ain't as poor as 1  look; I don't own this placed  READ OF A CASE  LIKE HER OWN  ...   I..  Ill    I i .!>  Decided to take Lydia E*  SE*iiiklian_*s Vcgf������to$>-������ ������������������''  Compound  Moni*ton, Now BrunBwfek���������-"Boforo  my Inst baby wan born I was very weak,   nervous and din-  courafcort. I *ii-w  an attvortiaomont  in tho paper about  ������ wonmu who hud  been Uko nio bo I  bought a bottltt ot  Ly<lia K Pinlc-  hiun'w Vegetablo  Gompoimd. I took  Ithaca bottles and  ; It carried mo Bftfo-  ly tliroikRh that,  critical time.     I  memorable as  the (outbreak of the war���������the prison  population of the United Kingdom  has declined by 70 per cent.  The surplus of military barracks  arises partly" from reduction of the  forces and partly because the scheme  of army organization today calls for  the concentration of troops in definite training areas, rather than their  housing in different parts of the country. It is doubtful If the great Sheffield barracks will ever be occupied  again; that Is, unless there should  arise emergency aondittons.  Like many similar institutions, the  Sheffield barracks wero built about  tho time when industrialism, still a  now phase, was coming to its full  strength in tho north of England.  Such barracks, for tho most part aro  veritable fortresses, designed then  with the idea of providing refuge In  times of civil diatu-bonce.  The suggestion has been m ado In  parliament that London's two principal prisons���������-Wandsworth and Pen-  tonvllle���������should bo razed and housing  areas for the working class substituted.      "/  flood To ilio Bui-Hi S5������'������>i������  An aviator bought a parachute  from a now but obliging salesman.  "And if you find It doesn't work," aald  the ycaing man cordially, "just bring  It back and we'll bo glad to give you  another."  Mlnard'N Kills Dandruff.  Iiavn thwn children to caro for and I  feel w������ll and ntrong* I havo told two  oilier women about your medicine. "���������"**���������  M its. Qvn AnraNAirwrv B2 AlbertWtreot^,  Mohotoo, Now Urwjcwwlclc.    .  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will drive worms from tho nyn-  torn without.Jnjury to tho child, because its action, while fully cfCoctivo  In mild.  Shipwrecked Bailor! "Why doon  that b!fi; cannibal look at ua m Intently?"  Hia companion <cheerfully): "I c.c-  poat ho'n tho food Inspector."  Go^y^^^lffh_tifS >^^*C6rfifldJ>1StB m  An  SfiJP   Bnnmelea^  Covered Roaster saves  man*/ dollar, every year.  No need to pay Itigh  ?rices for the beat meat,  *he SMP Ronttev gives  cheap cuta of meat the  Juicy tcndcrncnji of  ������xpetiBivft otieo* It ��������� nllSwi .  tlic keeping of the roast  covercdE No flhrinkage * ��������� ���������  No burtied meat ��������� ��������� ��������� Mora  ' ancincyoavecIISaveowotlcp  time and ntepfi as well*  Watch for the fatniUat*  SMP label. Popular prices |  frou_^..00io^4.d0.  ' ' ^esst ______(sC-p  BuMdi HDffl j^^a  HnJ|n  ^uHMlBV    ^Ly^H ^H  m  TSUtmnVn Will 11U1 Clorna. *FiTE   ���������REVIEW.    CTRESTOR    B.  v_������.  ><������������������/���������  ���������/..  Used To-Night WfiIS Heal.Your  HH._TE>_B I B    !B9-_r'IBB-Bl^fi^'A.y  Off COiOSoffiS.  frmfynenf^o^^^Medict  giititiiiiiiiiiriiiuiicinitiiiiiiiiiitiiiEiiiEy  SILVER  I RIBBONS I  a_ -    " ��������� BY ���������. .   . ' ���������������  H        CHRISTII^IS  WHITING 1  S PARMENTER -. g  E Copyrlgrht 1929 ���������     3  ������lIlllillll!ii!!iP|]|i||I������g]!fHr!9]}B83H.CEIie!n;.  CHAPTER XV.���������Continued.  "You look elegant as well as prosperous," she added. "Lend me a helping hand, Jim, so I can descend gracefully."  Jim grinned, and stretched out the  hand obi gingly.   "I came," he began,  i  ���������I?  Patticipation  ^ANADA is taking a prota������  ment part in the  Fourth.  World's Poultry Congress-  lo_������dc������s, July 22 to 30, 1930.  National Exhibits.  Provincial Exhibits.  Conimercial Exhibits.   ,  live Bird Exhibits,  1,000 birds���������the largest e_>  hibit from any country.  500 delegates���������the most  f-btn any country except Great  -S-fitaku  Two     .  After-Congress Tours  After the Congress���������-an eleven  day tour o������ the British Isles���������the  Shakespeare cquntry, North Wales  -^I-e!antf, Lakes "of Killamey,, Dub-  liny Belfast���������-Scotland, -the Tros-  sachs, Edinburgh���������back to England,  Lancashire, tlio English Lakes.      >  Then a Continental tour-  Brussels, Holland, the Hague,, Amsterdam, Frankfort,..Munich, Obcr-  animcrgautfto-see the Passion Play),  Switzerland, Paris.  Canadian and United States delegates and visitors sailing together  from Montreal, July 12 th, dta the  ���������"Duchess of York."  For detailed infocmatr'nn -wrr.ee to  the nearest of the following:  {I. R, Terry, Department of Agri-  turc, Vfceoria; B.C.  Prof., E. A. Lloyd, University of  British'Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.  Prof. J. K. Hare, University of  Alberta, Edmonton, Aha.  Prof. L. K. Baker, University of  Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, &ask.  Prof. JVfr. C. Hcrncr* Manitoba  Agricultural College, Winnipeg.  or ���������  V. C. Elford,  Etataiu-cnt of the World's Poultry  Science Association^ Ottawa.  CANADIAN NATIONAL ���������,  CONGRESS COMMITXEK  The Hon. De. *W. R. Mollttiwoll  Br, J* H. C,rt������t|������lt  Honorary VUt-Chitlnmn  H. IV. Donov.M���������CArt/rwi������m  Praildent. Canadian N������iian������l  t'niiltry Council  114 VlUoiia Su, Ollaw*  Wl  mK*������****n*������fvmn*m**������**������rmw*nu***ml  flushing a trifle as Charmlan, on solid  ground again, looked up at htm, /'to  E| see ������f you were going to the-straw-'  ~ berry festival tonight. If you are,  I'll stop for you with the car as I go  along."  A disconcerting smile curved the  girl's lps as she replied: "That's  thoughtful of you, Jininay, hut you  needn't bother because I���������"  "Bother!" he exploded. "Who said  it was a bother?"  Charmian's smile broadened to a  laugh.  'Well, you.see\ I promised Doctor  Carter to let him tag along, so I  won't need you. That's a stunning  suit, Jimmy. You look like a��������� a  bridegroom!"  Jim flushed again, angrily this  time.  "Look here, Charmian," he began  hotly, "if you're mad because I tool-  Clara Darling to that sociable and the  picnic at the Falls, why I don't mind  saying���������"  "IB-ad!" broke in Charmian. "Why  on earth should I be .mad, I'd like to  ask?"  Jim's color was fast becoming  apoplectic,,':-V'"   T '        ^y.-'   '~,V.-!.  '"Well, other times I���������I've always  taken you? but Clare, was visiting  here, and Mother. . . you see .1 .���������.'��������� .-."���������  "Yes, I see," said <_harmian, coming  to his rescue. "I 3ee perfectly." Now  run along, Jim, and let me get to  work. Doctor Carter's going to use  this for an office. Won't1- it. be darling? Not darl'ng like Clara, but-���������" "  "Have you gone crazy?" Jim interrupted angrily. "And do you mean to  say that able-bodied fellow is letting-  you clean this filthy place alone?"  CfOn the contrary," explained Char-  rnian, moving suggestively toward the  door, " he gave orders that I was not  to touch it;, but it's a hard Job and I  thought I'd make a start. However, if  you keep me talking much longer���������"  "Oh, I'll clear out," said Jim. "It's  evident that I'm not wanted. And ���������  and about tonight���������I guess I won't go  after all."  ..Charmian laid a tempting hand upon his arm.  "Don't be an idiot, Jim. Of course  you'll go. Tell me, is Miss Darling going to stay all summer?"  The young man ignored this question as he shook off her hand roughly  and strode away. For a moment Char-,  minn stood "watching him, knowing,  by the rigid set of his shoulders that  tie was' "all riled lip/' as Grandma"  would put it.  "Dear, old Jimmy," she sighed, .as  she mounted the ladder aga'n and iif t-  ecl a dusty volume, "I'm wicked to  punish you just for.being a,n,obedient  son, And you, are a dear,, most of,'tgte  time. You're as dependable as the  town clock, or would be if your mother would give you half a chance. You  looked fine in that suit, too���������really  handsome. I wonder if Clara Darling  made you buy it! I���������Whyi Jim! did���������  did you forget something?"  Jim waa hack in the doorway, looking up at her.  "Yep," ho replied boyishly, "I forgot my manners," Ho.took a stop  noarcr and said, hesitating, "I���������I just  wanted to see if I couldn't help you.  I've got a half day off, and this is no  sort of work for you, Charmian, lifting those heavy .books. Let me get up  and hund 'em down to you."  H's coul was off before Charmian  could iittor hor touched surprlso.     '  "You'll do no such thingt You'd  simply ruin tliat now suit!*'  ./'Wnat's .a autt-Vfootweon friends?"  awlcod Jim, toolclng around for n clean  spot to lay his coat. Ho laughod, and  was, suddenly, tho old Jim who had  been her life-long comrade. She said,  genuine .affection p-ompltng the  words: "Jim, you're a trump. I ought  not to lot you, but thoso books are  heavy ami���������Hero, put on this linen  duster and roll up your slaves. Hand  mo tho top books first, and,go slowly  for I have to wJpo thorn off.' I'll admit  that u man about the place la n great  thing."  "lit you want one ��������� permanently,"  he began,from the top of the ladder,  when a step sounded on the sidewalk,  and John Carter appeared in the wide  doorway. -'  CHAPTER V.  ���������  Jim stopped, in' the middle of this  Important sentence, glared down up-:  on the new doctor, while Charmian!  uttered a relieved: "Oh, it's you! I  thought you'd gone with Doctor  Howe." ; .'..-'..���������" '���������"'; '- _''���������'  "And I thought I told you not to  touch this place-; but I see you've secured help.   That's fine.   I���������"  So he supposed she had hired Jim!  This appalling thought swept through  Charm'an1s brain, if Jim guessed he'd  be furious, and a foe to John Carter  for the rest of his natural life. With  haste born of real consternation she  interrupted: "Indeed,   I   have!    Jim  assistance in uxuiig aown t_to_e jueavy  books. Have you two been properly  introduced ? Jlni, this is Doctor Carter, our Eiew boarder. Jim's an old  chum of mine, Doctor. He used to  carry my books to-school for me and  fight my battles. You ought to be  friends."  The young man on the step ladder  looked the reverse of friendly at just  that moment, but he descended, and"  reluctantly gripped  the hand which  the,doctor had extended.  'I was only giving Channian a little help," hie explained, somewhat  breathlessly1: and added, a belligerent  note creeping into his voice, "this is  no sort of work for a girl, itj3eems to  me."  "You're rights Miss Davis will tell  you that I told her not to touch it. I  "There!" she exclaimed, with a nod.  of welcome, "they've broken it all to  bits, and serve 'em right for being  piggish. I don't like that Eldridge boy.  He's always picking on the younger  ones. Weil, Jim, you're quite a stranger. Sit down. How happens it you're  loafing this morning? And you've got  a new suit, too. Stand up and; turn  around., it certainly does set well. Did  you. see CHaarnxian? She's cleaning  Father Davis's office for the doctor;  V^el! what's the news?"  "News?" echoed Jim. "There never is any���������in Wickfield."  "No news!" said Grandma indignantly. "There's a-plenty, if only "you  keen your eyes open: Not a day passes, Jimmy, but I see something interesting going on, right under this  window.  Seven  times this  fortnight  Bennett was good enough to offer his 'I've seen a young man ride by in an  -���������'"-"''-��������� "---"������������������'��������� ��������� - ��������� - automobile with the"bri*"*���������itssi��������� "r*-*���������-!  hat beside h'ra that ever I laid eyes  on. Lizzie Baker says it's sinful���������the  hat, I mean; but Charmian says it's  becoming. What do you think about  'it, sonny?"   ;'  CTo Be Continued.)       .  laST^^s   v^fifJ)   on'0  ^������*^ Treatment  Rubbed on  tliroat iand  Vicks   does   two  (1) It is vaporized- by  the body heat and inhaled  direct to the ii-Hamed air  passagfes3 and  (2) It 'Stimulates the  skin like an old-fasHoned  poultice and/������������_raws out"  the soreness.  Within His Bights  : According' to a German judge; a  person temporarily deranged is within his rights in attempting suicide;  from'.'which it would appear that it's  perfectly all right to jump from a  twelfth-story window *��������� or to throw  yourself in front, of a train, if you  happen to be really crazy about it.   VARORU..  KEEP THEM HAPPY BY  fr THEM WELL  l"Htt:er Esauv. Was*1  Skinny. Gained 22 Lbs."  Ironized Ye������at did it, says Mrs,  , __. B-aoit.Thotw-ad8_fty5ta IS lbs.  gained in 3 -weeks. H.iroutness, constipatioo  vanish ovec-isht. Skin clear* Iik������ msLgic 0������1  Ironized Yeast tablets fcom druggist today.  aa-_������-___!K_-_______a������_a___-a___a-a__aa_____i  W,    N,    U,    182S  expected feo> go with Doctor Howe this  morning, but 'when I told him of this  scheme for _n office he gave me the  day" off. He;''thought it a great idea,"  and I'll say I'm in luck! I'll get some'  old clothes and be back in a jif������y to  pitch in."  "Wellt" began Jim, removing the  duster and reaching for his neatly"  folded coat, "you won't need me now  so I'll run along. I���������Isuppose you see  an awflit lot of that fellow, Char--  miah?"'"  Charmlan was obliged to conceal a  smile of triumph at this evidence that  Miss Darling was hot omnipotent.  CfI eat three meals a day with him,"  she answered. vLater on, if I get the  school. - he'll have his dinners at the  hotel.".      M     v_  "It _nakes_ne hbt-^yoiir-cooking*  meals ffo-r him," confessed Jim, as he  slipped into bis coat.  "What nonsense!" . laughed Charmian. "Can't a body take a boarder  without making you look like a thunderstorm? Wipe tha--scowl off, Jim.  It's not becoming. You're over so  much nicer when you-smile. Say! if  you've got time, run in and speak to  Grandma, won't you ? She gets lonesome sitting there so Ipng; and why  not step in tonight and go along to  the festival with.us, Jimmy ? I'd like  to have you, 'honest Injun; cross my  throat and hope td die,' as we used to  ''say," '. -������������������.. " ' '    ���������' ":'���������.   '.:.''..��������� "-���������" ���������'     "'  This was reward of merit for his  offered help; but Jim answered, a sarcastic twist tb hfs lips' that.was some-  tliing new: "Seems to me I've heard  somewhere thai; three's a crowd.  Thanks, my dear, but I luaow enough  not to butt in Where I'm not wanted."    ������������������  , "As far as Tm concerned," began  Charmlan, knowing that down Inside  he was really hurt, but John Carter's  untimely entrance interrupted what  was intended for a soothing speech,  and with a smothered "Damn," that  wasn't really so smothered ns It  Should have been, Jim took his departure. *  Tho doctor gave vent to an expressive whistle aa he .watched tho young  man's muscular figure move stiffly  across the gravel driveway.  "Your friend scorns not to like mo,"  ho ventured ruefully.  ��������� "Give him time," smiled Charmlan.  "He's* slightly irritated th's morning  because he'd plannocl to escort me to  the strawberry festival tonight and  you've cut him out!"  "lie Is, I talte Itj the man'who has  recently been enamored of a green  hat?"  "The tsamo," - admitted Charmlan,  showing- a bewltohlng dlmplo. "But  now lot's get to work, If youUl take  Jim's place on the ladder wo can ac-  cbmpllerh woikIq.b fo-foro I have "* to  otart dinner."  Meanwhile Jim Bennett had crossed  the atrip of lawn and wa'-hed in on  Grandma, who was watching with Interest tho strusrgle of two small boya  ovor a hUcIi ������*_ ciuitdy, which tlmiua  waa taking place on tho opposite aide-  walk.  .'.'Though He be not far from every  one of-us."^-Acts xvii. 27. -.-.'���������  It is natural for children to be  Happy, active and full of.*-funV When  they are fretful, fussy and disinclined   He hides Himself'with'h the love  to play you may be sure something is  wrong. Almost invariably that something lies in the digestive tract.     .  It is to meet the need, for an absolute safe corrective, of ch'ldhood ailments that Baby's Own Tablets have  been designed'.    They gently regulate  the stomach   and   bowels   and   thus  not something future  drive out   constipation   and indiges-  Paradise is here visible and tangible  tion; break up colds and_ simple fevers  and allay teething pains. Concerning  them   Mrs. W.   E.   Forsyth,   Dover,  IN.-3., writes:-���������"I would not be ,with-  Of those that we love best;  The smiles and tones that make our  . homes,.. . ,.'-;.'���������.... .-:  Are shrines by Him Possessed.   ;.  -T-Wiliiam Channing Gannett.  For eternal life the ideal state   is  and    distant.  out Baby's Own Tablets, as I know of  nothing to eq.ua! - them for fretful,  fussy babies who are troubled with  colds or sour stomach."  Baby's Own Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25  .cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Breckville, Ont.,  by -mortal eyes and hands whenever  self is lost in loving, -whenever the  narrow limits of personality are beaten down by the inrush of the Diyine  Spirit.���������Mrs. Humphrey Ward.  T>���������_T^T��������� _i      ~_._.fi.      #r..-i-���������1~r  ______ __.    ___>������_    _������������������_Ajr  good   OH .SGxue  people,  racks.  but they look  best  on  hat-  _kl_n3rd*s������������������SO "STear Kecord off Success*  , An educated man is one who knows  whether the Chinese are fighting  again or yet.  One rapid transit system serving  New York City alone hauls more than  one_ one-half billion passengers in a  year.  -Corns are painful growths. Hollo-  way's Corn Remover will . remove  them.  Daughter: "Oh, papa, what is you_=  birthstone?"  Father of Twelve: "My dear, I'm  not sure, I think it's a grindstone."  iVee���������_r/ejp^  civji J-lj_l r  Teoplo aro often too patient wEth pain.  SuXrerlng when there is no need to suffer.   Shopping with a head that throbs.  Working though thoy acho all ovor.  And Aspirin would "  tttcdiate relief I  And Aspirin would brine thorn im-  Tho host time to take^Aoptrini-tho  vary moroo-nfc you first fool tho tmin.  Why pootpono relief Until tho pah. haa  roachcd Ira height?. Why hesitate to  talco nnythlnE ao ImmuenB?  Rend the proven direction-for chock*  inn colds, easing n Bore throat; relleyiag  lumdachos and tho pains of neuralgia;  nouritiM, rheumatism > otc.  You can always eount on Its quick  comfort. Bub if pain in of. frequent,  rccurroneo ftee a doctor aa to Its mm,  PIRIN  VIUDKUAMKnra. THIS 'uklSSTUJN   KJ-VIJ-W  **'4fVWV  k-  W9m4P'W'4f9'  ���������^������������������M������<y<F<aa-a yi y^y ���������wwy wy'i-y^yw-y������^r>y ygp������yry <'y f y"f "f ' y1"^  When Buying Flour  think of  JL      _L   ���������  It is Canada's Best Flour,' [milled;} from  Canada's Best Wheat. Hot bleached���������  not blended. FIVE ROSES turns out  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 gives  wonderful   results.  ���������i  <  4  <  4  * I  4  4  ������  Greston Valley Go-Operative Mm,  Local and Personal  FOR KENT���������Furnished room. Apply  Mrs. Arrowsmith, Creston.  FOR RENT���������Five-room bungalow,  furnished.   Apply Review Office.  FOR RENT���������Land in shape for cultivation.   Mrs. Arrowsmith, Oreston.  FOR SALE���������Team wagon, low wheels,  good shape.   K. Andrew. Creston.  BULL FOR gALB���������Thoroughbred  Ayrshire bull, 3-years old. J. F. Rose.  ureston.  HAY EOR SALE���������About two ton  of very choice alfalfa. Bert Boffey,  Creston.  Rev. A. Garlick was a visitor at Cranbrook at the first of the week, returning  on Tuesday.  Mrs. 3. W. Penary is a visitor with  Cranbrook friends this week, leaving on  dzy.  GBESTQH  Two Stares  ERIGSCSQH  A-.--.-A-A _ A - _-k _ _av _ _av . ^ _ -av, _ ^ . ^ ,  a-a_-������4-B<___l>---at_ri-__k-H_--__i4ak--a_k^^  and  we  _-__:_-  Will  fYE1! twitd  E-T___������_-_������ V j___������^.  g,t__  THE   SAME  AFTERNOON  Fresh and Smoked Fish  ������_S  Brookfield Pork Sausage  Sw  ift's Premium Hams and ������5aeon  CHOICE BABY  BEEF  PORK  and LAMB  J-    J- JLX.T  LIVESTOCK  4Z*\M  BOUGHT  *_*  fg^iliil  W1VI1  CHAS. PECK, Manager.  MARSHALL-WELLS  a  n  d  COW FOR SALE���������Jersey, an extra  good cow, due to freshen soon. Bert  Boffey, Creston.  Miss Evelyn Sevan war? a visitor with  Nelson friends a couple of days at the  end of the week.  Another sign of spring was in evidence  on Modnay when, th crows made their  first 1930 appearance.  PIGS FOR SALE���������Youns pigs, choice  stock, just a few left, $7. John. R. Miller  (Alice Siding), Creston.  WANTED-Offers to clear % acre of  lanjd of second growth brush, no stumping.   C. Hollm, Creston.  FOBrSAJ^E���������End-dump  gravel   box  Come in  and look it over.    Morrow's  Blacksmith Shop, Creston.  FOR SALE^- Chinchilla rabbits, does  $2 each. Two does and one buck- $5.  Mrs. J. B. Rudd, Wynndel.  Spring officially opened on Monday  when the ice cream selling season commenced at Creston Bakery.  Miss Lillian Wilson of Nelson was a  Creston visitor a few days this week, a  guest of Mrs. J. D. Speirs.  FOR SALE���������Good work horse, going  cheap. Also some potatoes and vegetables.   E. Nouguier, Canyon.  EGGS FOR HATCHING���������Purebred  White Leghorns, 75c. for sitting of 15  eggs.   Mr?. Wearmouth, Canyon.  Mrs. Walton returned to Nelson on  Saturday after a few -weeks' visit with  her daughter, Mrs. W. S. McAIpine.  FOR SALE���������Gramophone and 40  records,|$10. Also a qhantity of cooking  utensils.    Mrs. WVK. Brown, Creston.  The weather continues cloudy but  mild. cvAcco.d'ns to Foster March is to  have all the appearances of an early  spring.  I>. A. McDonald left at the end of  the week for Winfield, Alberta, where he  is in charge of tie inspection work for the  C.P.R.  EGGS F R HATCHING���������Purebred  White Leghorn, $1 per setting of 15 eggs.  Book your orders now. V. Mawson,  Creston.  The continued mild weather has brought  the price of eggs down to 30 cents paid  the poultryman for the strictly - fresh  variety.  Geo. ("Whiskers") Taylor of Bonners  Ferry was combining business with pleasure on a visit to Creston at the first of  the week.  CORPORATION OF THE  Village of Creston  W. E. Card wishes to inform the general public that he is giving very special  prices on picture framing during March.  A call solicited.  Harold Speers. who is with the Dominion Express Company at Trail, spent  the weekend with his parents, Mr. and  Mrs. S> A. Speers.  Miss Anna Anderson of Calgary, Alberta, arrived on Saturday on a visit  with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson, Vic oria Avenue.  LAND FOR SALE���������20 acres of improved land, buildings and plenty of  water; goes for price of improvements.  E. NOUGUIER, "Canyon.  FOR SALE���������3-year old Jersey cow,  milking good. No. 12 DeLaval cream  separator. Also some horse and cow  feed    E. Nouguier, Canyon.  Mrs. Howard Allan of Trail is here for  a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Jas. Cherrington.   Her sister, Mrs.  ��������� _.* ..tew������       ..   *>^_..y    *-& .*-_>.- ...-.ii     .. ..._������      _������������������_. .  LOST���������On March 6th, on Victoria  Avenue, Hillside Road or Canyon Street,  Creston, two overcoats. Reward to  finder on leaving same at Review Office.  is also making arrangements to Install a  similar system. ;  Mr. and   Mrs.   W.   Ginol   of   Ginol'a  Landing,  were renewing acquaintances.  in Creston   a  few days last week.   Mr-  Ginol reports early season indications are  for a heavy cherry crop.  gm**x^kMi  i ���������> i ���������11 m ii ���������11 ��������� i������  IU*   ������������������������������������  (III   VU  ������ uEfif ������UC,  IUW KM. Lint -  \1  New Stock  and  New Equipment  -_r_.J_   Rev. R. E. and Mrs. Cribb and children  w^re Cranbrook visitors on Friday making the trip by auto. They report travelling quite fair for so early in the   year.  LEGHORN AND  RED CHICKS���������  Every one a moneymaker. Write for il-  lustated catalogue whten give official production averages. Don. Bradley, Creston.  At the March session of the village  council on Monday night the 1930 tax  rate was fixed at the usual 12 mills���������5m-  provments paying at 50 per cent, of the  assessed value.  Creston Meat Market has just completed the installation of a Frigidaire  system of refrigeration.   Creston Bakery  Call and get  Prices on the  New Plymouth  AH Work Guaranteed.  rests������ Motors  Main St* at Barton Ave.  an  tack  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' lire essential���������for Walla, Floors Fiirnif.urtt, interior  and exterior work. In this wollassorled  stock is House Paint, Flat Wall Paint,  Machinery Paint, Floor Enamels, Clear  Varnish, Varnish Stain, Oil Stains, and  Quick Drying Enamels.  Buy your requirements while  our stock is complete.  I  DryCood.,Groce  Q O CJ Cf O  CL  Dog Owners, Attention  BY-LAW No. 11-A By-Law  for the Establishment of Pound  and for Regulating the Keeping  of Dogs within the Municipality.  (9). ANY PERSON contravening  violating or failing or neglecting to  comply with any of the provisions of  this By-Law shall lor each, contravention, violation, failure or neglect, bo  liable io n fine or penalty not exceeding Ten Dollars, to bo recovered and  on forced with coatfl by summary conviction In tho manner-provided by tho  Summary Convictions1 Act before any  mnKistruto or ju tice of tho peace  having jurisdiction within the Municipality of the VilUiKO of. Creston, and in  default of payment tho offender mny  he committed to tha common Raol or  lockup in tho Municipality of the  Village of Crouton, there to be Imp-In-  oned for any time tn the diBcrofcion of  of tho convicting miigistrttto or justice  of the poaee, not exceeding: Thirty  Days, unlefla fine or. penalty, In eluding  the ������o������t of committal nnd conveyance  to tho common  are Hoonor paid,  PRICED from 25c. to $1.00  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  75e.' per double roll.  CRESTON MERCANTILE  COMPANY,   LTD.  ^_>������J���������������A������ A ������AiA iJfc.JniA i _i������m��������� ������j��������� .A.!I. _ ��������� A,������ ��������� i.dhi.Aw'A i fc.A i. ���������fc���������Jli ���������<_> ������_h.dl������<li .Ai fcwdfcn A������>h������ <_n_fc������A������A ������4hm**m6kt  r>'6  nes.    PHONE 3    Furniture,Hardware  "irKisi'li*^  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &l������ Veal  Phone your order and receive our  ������ 4  4  4  4  beet service.  iyi  to tho common gaol or lockup houao  Tiiis Tly-Lnw in to he utrlfitly enforced  forthwith on 1 do������ own.orB who havo not  na yet taken out 1080 license will avoid  trouble and expenao by oocurinj? mien  linonao immediately, Clerk's office open  a to . p.m. dully,  T������l F. ARftOWSMITH. Cleric.  Crent-on, March 11, 1080.  TRY OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brana: HAM? BACON and LARD  GLEND ALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BORNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  URNS&COMPANYyLfd������


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