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 ''���������'TV.'y>y..W<y'\:^M::i'  '':.������������������*$:?������������};?��������� Ji 'iC;C-.~:;\:i.'  .:,>���������>.��������� ������������������������������������.-;;  '..,��������� ./ ;������������������  .^fc^;;.  ,���������",!������������������������������������;-..���������;'_������'.f>-_---^.  **?  kv&  AS*8-  rf*  N*1  '���������--���������a:-;  Vol. XXII.  CRESTON. B. C FEtt>AY. MARCH 28,  1930  *3)B  No. 4  -?"  Bridge Closes  Curlers' Season  Affair Established as Season's  Socisl C3*,"������8ic with 2������s Tahlss  in Play���������Players on Winning  Rinks Get Individual Cups.  Although the curling season was somewhat abbreviated due >t6' weather conditions,, none the less, enthusiastic was  the windup Friday evening, which took  the form of a club bridge at the Parish  Hall which attracted a record attendance  of 26 tables, at which the trophies won  during the season were presented.  President M. J. Boyd was in charge of  proceedings and everything went off on  schedule* The first part of the evening  was given over to cards at which the  prize scores were made by Mrs.  Mallan-  and R. J. Forbes. With this trophy  also goes four handsome individual cups.  Due to the late January start the club  membership was slightly less than a year  ago, but at that th������ season closes with all  accounts paid and a small cash balance,  to which will be added the proceeds of  of the bridge and the revenue will be  spent right away in putting the water  pipe line down below frost level, as it was  due to water shortage that the the 1929-  30 season was rather shorter than usual.  -3-  .- 1  Wynndel Institute  Birthday Party  Two Years Old and Doing. Real  daine and W. H* Fortin, with the second  mmmS*XS&- S������$S������83������3  Mr. Dolbom of Wynndel is a, visitor  at Alice Siding at present, staying with  Mrs. Pease, who continues to make a  good recovery from her seige of pneumonia.  Bob and Tom Marshall were combining busi<- ess with pleasure on a visit to  Bonners Ferry at the weekend.  With so many newcomers in the Val  ley Bill and Henry Vaness are  looking  honors falling to Miss Eileen Hendy and I {?T a 8������^ t"rnout a*the *uct!on sale of  Lewis littlejohn, while Matt. York held ������? wJch effects ������n Saturday afternoon.  theiucky ticket, on the prize drawing They have several prospects to lease the  contest, the feature of which was that  the ticket  numbered  thirteen   was the  original lucky ticket, but being unsold a  second draw was made. The presentation of prizes was taken charge of by M.  R>. Joyce. ���������  President Boyd, prior to presenting the  trophies, took occasion to thank the curlers for the splendid support that had  been accorded him and the uniformly  successful season at the roariti' game  despite the its brevity, and the compliment was returned by C F. Hayes who,  in presenting the Dr. Henderson cup  to Mr. Boyd, whose supporting rinks in  i*.e_id_iit vs. Vi__-_fre_ideu~ competition  had won. the cup, took occasion to voice  Last week's  ���������ftinr&rarsof haft^orki^t-in by.the[������**&&&*&&*  president in getting and keeping- the ice  shape and handling club matters gen-  place  Mr. and Mrs. John R. Miller were last  week's surprise party hosts, having an  unexpected call on Wednesday when a  very pleasant evening was spent at  dancing with music by T. Trevelyan,  accordeon, and Bob Marshall, drums.  There was the usual excellent midnight  lunch.  ���������n*"!   _T^_r,%_������_m������,'*_t*iri������,_������_r,-tT  ���������Will Send Uhiid to solarium  ���������Start Campaign Raise Funds  . About 35 of the young people treated  Mr. and Mrs. Willis to a surprise party  call on Saturday night to help celebrate  the birthdays of George and Elsa. Dane-  ing and-games helped pass the evening  pleasantly with lunch ta close proceedings shortlv before xnidnisht.  Wynndel Women's Institute celebrated  the second anniversary of its organization at a birthday" party on Saturday  evening. The first part of the evening  was spent at cards, jwith the high score  prizes going to Miss M. Joy and H.  Bathie. Consolation prizes went to Mrs.  and Mr. H. F. Paeknian. The winners  of the lucky chairs were M. Hagen and  R. Bennedetti. Cards were followed by  a musical entertainment under the direction of Mrs. R;^-������hdestad, with Mrs.  Bathie extending the usual welcome and  then introduced ^3Dr. MeXenzie, who  gave an interesting, talk on the care of  teeth, especially children's first teeth.  The birthday cake was a three-story  confection and during refreshments the  top layer was drawn, for, .and won by  Mrs. Desireau. The remainder was sold  at ten cents a slice. A freewill offering  was also taken amounting to $15.25?  which with $10.05 received from sale o*  cake and donations, brought the total  receipts to $25.40, which will be used to  Porthill, where it has been barged across  the Kootenay for dyking work on the  Reclamation Farm.  Mr. and Mrs Geo. Davie and Mrs. R.  T. MiUner were visitors at Spokane a  few days last week, making^ the trip by  auto.  Rev. R. E. Cribb of Creston is due  here for United Church service at the  schoolhouse on Sunday at 11 a.m.  Mr. Daus, of Weyburn, Sask., who  recently purchased the former Hurl place  has exchanged it for the experimental  farm as the former Rowbury place was  so well known, and has taken possession.  Si. "(_MaB.nf rilanaTa .XMrora   i������    ������roi/3oTH������e  ���������_...       ��������� __..__���������      __       g.._^.-_._ .������_������-_ .u W������. ______  for the Community Society bridge at the  schoolhouse on Saturday ni3ht at which  the prize scores were made by Mrs. R.  Stevens and H. Langston.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Stevens were last  week's hosts at bridge entertaining four  tables of players on Friday night with  the evening's honors going to Mrs. Ed.  Smith and E. J. Malthouse, and the  consolation prize awarded Mrs. C. Huseroft. There was a delightful lunch about  midnight to round out an evening that  all very much enjoyed..  Allow 2 Entries  930 rail rair  Prize List Committee is Named  -Mr������-r xaa t>_.-t ������~ iai.������ Tcr^i-  _._._.-       **_.������*%������      -E_������t������J"        H%J      _.^-_P_f       ���������.    U*I  ���������Commercial Packs of Fruit  to be Shown if Space Permits.  _rl_*_Jri*c_-������r j������---_���������__���������__%e������*_  *������-_** m������    -^*_.������*i_-_j������4_-fc#  vr*.  OAri/l*;s*w  child  -_uw:  in  erally. The rink? associated with the  president in this competition were  skipped b^ Tv W.? Bundy, M. R. Joyce  and A. Reed, who* triumphed over the  rinks supporting vicerpresident A. L.  Palmer by a margin of 16 poirfts- ii. the  four game inter-rink series. Carrying  the vice-president banner were the rinks  headed by Messrs. W. J. Craig, A, Weir  and S. A. Speers.  For the second time in succession the  . Erickson rink topped by T. W. Bundy,  whose supports were R. M. Telford,  E. E. Cartwright and L. Littlejohn, carried off the W. Fraser cup, and this detail was admirably stressed by Col. Mallandaine in presenting the cup, with  which goes four smaller silver cups for  each member of the rink.  pr. Henderson was in rare form in  making the presentation of the Imperial  Bank cup, which had been won by the  M. R. Joyce rink, with the rules of the  competition stipulating that vice-skip  have charge. The cup was accordingly  entrusted to the keeping. of C.H. Hare,  who played third, and whose backing in  aldition to Mr. Joyce, was C. F. Hayes  _._?#*������.  J*fc������   *^_!  _tv���������_r.j. .C4    t������_H7  T.rur-4.  ������������ UIDb  . ancPlelis  U1U&  Victor  Carr, and tbe prize scores were made by  Mrs. Brubacher~Bud George Willis. This  week the club meets at the home of Mr.  and Mrs. R. Stewart.  &ssijf&ss  $y  Full Gospel Mission  LAST OPPORTUNITY  TO HEAR  Rita Elliott  Vancouver's Young Lady  Evangelist  SUNDAY, 11.00 a.m,  4<TheW n   the Air."  '.   SUNDAY, 7.30 p.m.  'Sips of the Times'  TUESDAY, 7.45 p.m.  Miss Richards'will speak.  "THURSDAY, 7.45 p.m.  Miss McLcnn -will speak.  ALL ARE WELCOME!  Miss Rita Elliott, the Vancouver evangelist, who is conducting a series of  special mettings at the Full Gospel Mission at Creston, speaks here on Wednesday evenings and is attracting quite  large audiences.  Alf. Nelson is renewing acquaintances  here this week, arriving at the weekend  from his new home at Lethrbridge, Alberta, with a truck load of fish, which  he is selling locally.  Hans Anderson has retuned to resume  work on the C.P.R construction east of  Pi octor, after a couple of weeks stay at  Canyon.  Mr. C. Robinson of Rossland is spending a few days looking after the > ranch  this month.  The Ladies' Aid of the United Church  are having the usual Easter Monday  sale and concert at the hall on April 23 si-  Solarium. -  The remainder of the evening was spent  in. dancing music supplied by Mrs. Coop^-  er, Mrs. R. Price, C������ Ringheim, F. Wilson, R. Andestad :sj&*l F. Hagen, and the  Institute wish to thank them all for their  help. The Instltu^f plan to have a dance  on April 26 th toir^ise funds for ib.e same  worthy objeet^e .l^^oncert programme  roTibwsz-'-^p^        ������������������--   *-    \-  Vocal solo,���������-drsCC. Hindley.  Dance���������Miss_D. Hagen.  Sketch, 'A Rumpus- in Shoemaker  Shop."���������Shoemaker, K. Pacfcanan; wife,  Dolly Hagen;   Nigger boy, J. Wood.  Recitation, ''Maggie and Jiggs at the  Golden Gate."���������Mrs. H. Bathie.  Gollywog dance���������Misses N. Bathie, I  Wood.  Vocal solo���������W. K. Fortin.  Sketch, "Too Greedy fly Half."���������Dentist, O, Payette; assistant, C. Payettej  patient, N. Bathie.  Eriekm&ts  Lister  Sirdar  Sam Lombardo returned home on Friday, after a week's visit%with his little  daughter nt Michel.  Miss Dorothy Cum is a visitor here  from Nelson with her parents Mr. and  Mrs. G. Cam.  Mr. Tnlbot and Mr. Tait, government  enginoerH, who have been in charge of  road "widening operations at Wntshout  Creek, returned to Nelson on Tuesday.  Mra. North, Mrs. Dibley and Mrs.  Donnes were Creston callers on Thursday,  Mr. Packol and Mr. DonaldBon wore  Porthill visitors on Saturday.  Mr. Henderson, engineer nt Kootenay  Landing, who has boon to Vancouver on  a buBln'PHB trip, returned on Monday.  At St Mary's Church, Cranbrook, on  March 17th, Miss Olive Muriel Williams  was united in marriage with Mr. Hugh  Smith Robo, Rov,"Father Mnddcn officiating.  E. J. Malthouse is combining business  with pleasure on a visit at Calgary,Alta.,  this week.  Barry Hoskins of Nelson was here at  the end of the weak fitting up the A. H.  Green ditcher, used here on waterworks  system construction, and moved it on to  Church of England service is being inaugurated at Erickson, the first service  being scheduled for the schoolhouse on  Sunday afternoon, April 6th, with Rev.  A. Garlick in charge.  Miss Effie Littlejohn, who has been  with her father at Hurwprtb ranch, returned to Coalport, Wash., on Saturday,  where she is nurses in-training.  The first regular meeting of the directorate of Creston Valley Agricultural  Association was held at the town hall  on Wednesday evening, March 19th,  with President F. Putnam in charge, and  all members in attendance except Col.  Mallandaine and Dr. Henderson* Tn adopting the minutes of the annual meeting  an error was rectified Chas. Sutcliffe having been chosen vice-president and not  Geo Cartwright as previously stated.  Correspondence included a letter from  the Women's Institute, notifying that  they would be responsible for the ladies*  section s at the fall fair including flowers  and dairy products, and notifying that  the rsvised prise list in all their classes  would be submitted before' the end of  March.  The village council wrote stating thatr  the society's request for a grant for 1930  would be considered when the estimates  for the year were drafted. There was  also a letter from the department telling  about organisation of Boys' and Girls  Pig and Calf Clubs. The president and  vice-president wiere named* a special committee to look into the feasibility of.  making this a feature of this year's- fair.  The prize list committee for this year  will consist of   president, vice-president,  Sam Moon^G  Hulme,  Mrs.  M. Young    ., . ..     _       "1 and Mrs. Maxwell, and after a thorough  ������xr~. -������r^a canyon visitor iota | discu8sidn it -_as ^^ to        in make  lew aays mn   ner   aaugnter,   jyirs.  N.  Strong.-        "-- __    -   -    . .���������  Mrs. H A.   McKewainf' of   CranbfooS  was a visitor here for the United Church  Ladies" Aid pussywillow tea at at the  horns of her mother, Mrs, G. Cartwright,  last week.  ",h_ '-ji  FISHING PRIZES  1930  A- L. fif W. Low Level Winding  Reel for the largest Black Rasa  caught during the season.  Tor  the sec-  Bass caught  FOR SALE���������Buggy, and light delivery  wagon with four strong flpringfl, nil in  very good condition, any reasonable oflfor  taken.    V. Brlxn. Crontnn,  G"ii.������clicr GtuT Uook  orid largest Black  during the season.  Willow Fishing Basket Cor the  largest Rainbow, Cutthroat, or  Brook Trout caught during the  season,  Avon Fish Bag for the largest  Silver Trout caught during the  season.  REGULATIONS.        *  Competitors must puvfthaso 5t>c. worth  of Tncklo ov more nt thin ntow>, Have  your name registered when j au make  your flrflt purchase of tackle;   ,  Any poraon who won a price during  tho season of X9K0 will not ba able to  compote In the mmo clans daring;; 10310.  All flub must; be brouKht 'n na taken  from   tho water   to   bo  wolg;hod  and  measured,  Prizes will be nwnrdod Nov, _S, 1080.  Vm MAW BON  R. E. Staples of Kelowna was a visiter  at the ranch at the first of the week,  looking over the season's pruning operations.  The pussywillow tea on Wednesday  last at the home of Mrs G. Cartwright  was a great success The attendance  was good and the cash intake in the  neighborhood of $30.  Water has been turned into the main  pipe of the Erickson Community Irrigation system, which has been frozen up  for a couple of months, and the ranchers  will have the UBual Bupply any time now.  Mrs. V. Mnwson, who has been visiting with her parents at Yahk, returned  home last week. /  Mm Clements got back this week  after n'shJIrt holiday visit with friends in  Creston.  Quite a number were at Creston on  Monday night for the confirmation service at Christ Church, the class being the  largest for several years^thrce of whom  were from this section.  Mrs. Riradon, who has spent the past  month visiting her si ter, Mrs. Haskins,  returned to her home at Strathmore,  Albert^ on Tuesday.  Birth���������On March 26th to Mr. and Mrat  Alex. Posnlkoff, a noughter.  Work commenced nt the first of the  week fitting up tho pipe making-machinery and also the ditch or nnd work in  all departments of the irrigation nyBtem  will be in full swing before the end of tho  week.  The mooting of the irrigatlohlata at  Jaq. Carr's packing shed on Saturday  afternoon was largely attended Creston  Valley Co-Operatlvo Auaaciation submitted tho beat price on pi no and orders have  been already plncod for n little more than  a carload of tho half, one and two inch  sieea.  Frank Putnam returned on Friday  ttom a bunlnoBfl vlnit at Invormoro, where  ho was n guest of Mr, and Mrs, Frank  Stuples. He roports Mr. StapleuinucceHa-  fully operating his portable nnwmill in a  fine Btnnd of timber on Lake Winder-  more about opponlto the village of Windermere, Tho plant In a real portable  ono' including a winch and cable which  onablofl'tho owner to ahlft tho plant by  !it  permissible  for   exhibitors   to make  -_wo.aiat.s_5- in any section of allxlasses.^  In the fruit class 1930 will see a start  made at commercial displays in.a suffl-  b*3? of varieties of "_"f\l_st snd'tfeis-ss'^u-re  will be given special effort having in  mind the educating of fair visitors aa to  just what constitutes Extra Fancy, Fancy .  C. Grade, and Domestic packs, as well  as culls.  The directors also endorsed a resolufc-  'oi making the last day for receiving  entries one week prior to opening date of  fall fair, which will be September 17th.  Final decision will be made later as to  whether the fair shall extend over two  days, not counting the day exhibits come  in. The directors have in mind greatly  extending the outdoor attractions, and  getting special features to attract a  larger attendance in the main building.  its own power from one skid of logs to  another. The mill is all in one piece,  mounted on two 23-foot skids, and power  is from a 40 h.p. McCorrmck-Deering  gas engine. He is employing ten men  and two teams of horses, arid on days  when there is no shifting of the plant his  cut of ties on the nine-hour shift will  run as high as 425. He is located in a  stand of timber that assures three full  years of operations, and his present contract is for a capacity cut till the end of  December.  Creston Farmers*  Institute  Quarterly Meeting  in tho  Town Hall, GRESTON  _*|k.    urn  mpg ba ������gg   jm_ aph mftk _ff_  SAT., MAR. 29  at  TWO  p, ft*.  Tliore aro aeveral very  important rxiattura to  be discussed, and all  mombora should, bo  present, ���������y  THE   RIWTJBIW.   CRESTON,   B.   O.  Britain's Playgroups  Many Of World's largest Parks Are  Within the Empire  ��������� Wi-hia,the.'eon_ln.es of the British  Empire are-some of the biggest play-  grounds ia the world Canada heads  theXltst\yj\u_;-no fewerthan eight national parka, embracing an area ot  oyer i-j^DOO .square miles, mostly sit-  " uated in the Rocky Mountains  amongst scenes of grandeur and  beauty trnstsrpassed anywhere In the  Enquires Mastes* Craftssa  Children hate to take medicine  as a rule, but every child loves the  taste of Castoria. And this pure  vegetable preparation is just as  good as it tastes; just as bland  and harmless as the rccape reads.  (The wrapper tells you just what  Castoria contains.)  When Baby's cry warns of colic,  a few drops of Castoria has him  soothed, asleep again in a jiffy.  Nothing is more valuable in diarrhea. When coated tongue or bad  breath tell of constipation, invoke  its gentle aid to cleanse and regulate a child's bowels. Iu colds or  children's diseases, use i'. to keep  the system from clogging. Your  doctor   wiil    tell   you   Castoria  ���������������������**.-l*3      .___.__   T>n*������_>    3-n-   "ATrwf"TK_iv������i  ..v_������vi.    w-MQywk    _ _.������.������,    *������������������    _-._- ������_.___.  Al_  Reserves a place in the family  medicine cabinet until your child  is groxim. He knows it is safe for  the tiniest baby; effective for a  boy tn his teens. With this special  children's remedy handy, you need  never risk giving a boy or girl  medicine meant for grown-ups.  Castoria is sold in every drug  store; the genuine always bears  Chas. H. Fletcher's: signature.  berta, with an area of 4,517 square  m'les���������two-thirds as big as Wales���������Is  the largest of them. National playgrounds on a grand scale al^o constitute a feature in New Zealand. Tho  two largest are the Tonga riro National Park tn the middle of the North Island, and the Fiordland National  Parle .Salf't&s South Island. Fiordland  Park, besides being one of the two  b'ggest In the world, incloses within  its borders sounds, lakes, rivers,  waterfalls, and mountain scenery of  remarkable beauty and grandeur. One  outstanding* feature is "The World's  Wonder Walk," winding through a  series of stupendous canyons and majestic gorges from Lake Te Anau to  Milford; Sound.  Wk_t Do You Get Out O* Li.e?  Among the many publications whicb come regularly to the writer's desk  is a rttle monthly magazine called "The Valve World," published as the  bouse organ of a great manufacturing company having offices, branches,  W-Teitouses and factories ali over the world, including every Canadian  Province, except Prince Edward Island. One of the regular departments in  this magazine is headed "Froni an Old Fogy's Inglenook," and consists of  informal, personal chats of a most interesting, informative, and inspirational  character. They are thought-provoking, -while at the same time bringing  comfort to the reader. They are a spur to one's ambition, a ray of sunshine  on a gloomy day, an incentive to be up and doing, and to endeavor to find  and appreciate true values in life.  Thorougbly enjoy-'ng "Old Fogy" as we do, we arc this week passing.  on through the medium of this column one of the "gems" appearing in a  recent issue.      We quote it in full as it appeared under the heading, "One  Recipe For Happiness:"  A short sto-y I was reading recently pictured a woman who had just  lost her husband through an accident .One of her condorng friends said:  ���������"How sad he bad to go so sooa." To which the widow replied: "I am thankr  i*ul for having had him so long,"  I can see in this one recipe for happiness; one way toward the posses-  WAS WEAK AND PALE  ������4a.  &iOu of a tranquil and grateful soul. Instead of letting sadness over the bereavement depress her, because it had come so soon, she was thankiul toe-  cause it had been delayed so long. She could find that life had been better  to her than it might have been, and that gratefulness for this was much  better than sadness over the reflection that it might have given her more.  Ufe brings us much or little, largely as we take it. We get snuch or  little out of life ehieny through our po'nt of view as to what is much and  what is little. It may seem little to us that we wakened th's morning  ready for another day of activity, or it may seem much that another day  with its possibilities is before us. It is quite within ourselves to say  "Another day in which anything may happen* another day of opportunity;  another day to be alive and useful and helpful, and to do a bit more climbing; another day to grow in gentleness, to add to knowledge, to spread  choerftilneps, to develop character, to stretch out the helping hand, to hold  up the valiant head, to lengthen the forward stride. Another day to hope and  to love and to add to our store of happiness."  It's all in the point of view. How infinitely better it is to be thankful  that life has-been given us and is giving us so much, than to be sad because  we cannot have more. To say: "Good night, friend, I am glad to have had  you so long" rather than: "I am sorry you have to go so soon."  It was the writer's first intent'on to offer some comment of his own on  the above, but we refrain. It is complete in itself. We, therefore, merely say  to you: Read it aga'n; clip it out for future reading on some day when you  ore inclined to feel that life is hard, or monotonous, * and unsatisfying, and  yielding you so little. Remember it is chiefly your own point of view of what  is much and what is little. You can make it much if you will.  Health   Restored   Through  Use Of Dr. Williams*  Pink Pills  Mrs. Leo.    Bedard.    Quebec    City,  tells how her health and strength  Were restored through the use of that  great blood-building tonic," Dr. Williams' Pink -Pills. Mrs. Bedard says:  "Some three years ago, after the  birth of my little boy, I was left very-  weak and pale. I did not seem to  have any strength, and at times I  was so dizzy I would nearly fall down.  A friend advised me to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and I did so. In a  few* weeks I was surpr'sed. to notice  the difference in my condition���������I felt  like a new woman, I continued taking the pills until I had- used ten  boxes, by which time I had completely regained; ray former health and  strength. I ieel that I cannot praise  too highly Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for  what they have done for me."  To the woman in the home���������the  ���������woman closely confined through  household duties���������Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills are "a nositive blessing. So if  -you"'are suffering from any condition  due to poor, watery blood, or weak  nerves, begin taking Dr. Williams*  Pink Pills now, and note how quickly  your health will improve and your  strength return. The pills are sold  by all medic'ne dealers, or will be  sent by mail at 50 cents a box by  The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,.  Brockville, Ont.  Mosaic Workers In Rome Are Skilled  In Art  The Vatican mosaic works, one of  the most unusual manufacturing  plants in the"world, are ready to consign to the Roman Catholic University. s_i Washington, D.CM their latest  product'on, a oopy of Murine's "immaculate Conception," valuedat $25,-  000.  Pew tourists making the ronuds of  the Vatican galleries and St. Peter's,  know of the existence of the mosaic  Yet,, the shop is one of the oldest in  Rome, and one of She best known is  the art groups of Europe.  A visit to the plant is an education. Here one sees master craftsmen whose skill has been passed on  to them through generations of fathers and grandfathers who were artists  in mosaic before them. They are men  of .Infinite patience, In addition to  their skill, for a mosaic may take  from two to ten years to complete.  A few stat'sties help to explain the  reason. When the visitor is told that I  there are actually 27,000 different I  colors or shades of color from which i  the mosaicists must choose, and also 1  when he is told that thousands of i  small pieces of material, first heated  to an intense degree, are later insert- .  ed one by one into special form, each I  one be'hg chosen meticulously for its  shade of color, he -will begin to understand why. One -mosaic has been.  known to require twenty years for  completion.  fftfilSf'S  need this  Rubbed on  the throat,  Vickd relieve  ways:  (1) Its vapors, released  by the body heat,] are Inhaled direct to the air passages; and  (2) At the same time  Vicks "draws out" the  soreness like an old-fash*  ioned poultice.  "SZS  Record For Panama Canal  Sffany have been relieved of corns  by Hollo way's Corn Remover. It has  a power of its own that will be found  effective. .    "  British Antarctic Esp edition  Undertaking On Ambitious Scale Is ;  Being Planned  Tolls   Amounting   To   $36,665   Wer������  Collected In One Day  A new trgh record for the amount  of tolls collected from - traffic  through the Panama Canal in one direction in one day was established on.  January ~18, 1930, when $86,665 -was  collected from fourteen ships transiting from the Pacific to the Atlantic  The list of vessels was headed by tha .  steamer Virginia of Panama-Pacific  Line,, on which tolls amounting t������  $15 210 were assessed.. The average  amount collected was $6,190.35.  The previous high, record for tolls  collected on canal traffic In one di-  S rectioa  was   established  on  Decem-  iected from twenty-two ships transiting from the Atlantic to the Pacific.  A new British Antarctic expedition, ? per. 8: *928������ when $86,224.78-was col-  the London Dally Herald says, is being organized under the leadership of  Commander Prank Worlsey, -who waa  skipper of the "Endurance" in  Sbackleton's South"Pole expedition.  The paper ���������aid the expedition waa  to be on an ambitious scale and  nrght  include  aeroplanes.       It  will-  British Not So Slow  There is nothing slow about tho  British railways, as is evidenced by  the cabled news that the Southern  road has secured stock in and made  Saskatoon Civic Utilities  The water   works   department  at  Saskatoon shows a net surplus for  the year 1929 of $31,717.59, as compared with $18,561.54 for. 1928. The  revenue for the year was $214,241.16.  ^IXU.WU)    iuiU    WW    U_    UUU1' CU-UUtJl'"  cial and scfepstific 4_s purpose*;? ?     -  cost in the neighborhood of ������25,000 arrangements   with     the     Imperial  Airways - by which, an air servScs  may be maintained, which will avoid  ''wasteful and unnecessary competition between the two companies in  air transportation."  Minard's Kills Dandruff.  If the world Is a stage, the majority of people are merely scene-  eh'fters.  and washing.  Diamond Dyes novor give things  that rc-dyed look. Thoy are just  lBc nt nil drug stores. When perfect dyeing costs no mare���������-is ������o  ensv���������why experiment with makeshifts?  Mtflf.&���������_���������_��������� OuCtlftyp T03* SO yaQTB  'nerves am. shot  IIOW "F.ult-Mlw'MldMI.-iiyBMr.Alfwa  ������������������w*w ainRmii, Thnii-anfta writ* nnr-  1? F P I voutm������������������, bn������rl IHrttar, dlxilnniM,  "   **"������������������-���������"   eo_Bilp_tion������lndl_o������tlon ond ovar-  nMC-V nl������ht. Bound al.ep at ������ric_. Get  ���������MI.     "FruH.������.tlve������"<i'oi������������������]rii������oli������������n(li������y,  The Latest Innovation  At  Perfect dyeing  so easily done!  DIAMOND  DYES  contain the  highest quality anilines money can  'buyI    That's why they give such  true, bright, now colors to dresses,  dr.-������_'oa, lingerie.  'i ue anilines in Diamond Dyes  mnke  them  so easy to uso.    No  :&_&������ffi_ffi_������ShSE& i"lcIieso������ta������cave'lB������'"flbulbfl���������uoh  Electric Bulbs Frozen Into loo  Now York Skating Club  Skating on ice illuminated from incandescent bulbs frozen In the Ice fur-  n'shed a thrill to many at the Lake  Placid Club this season, An 18-foot  ������tar, outlined with 150 10-watt yellow colored bulbs and tho Initials of  tho club in four-foot letters of red and  green 25-watt bulbs In tho centor, Iuih  been frozen Into tho huge rink made  by flooding the club's tenn's courts.  The light Is reflected through tho five  Excellent For Croupy Children. ���������-  When a child is suffering with croup  it is a good plan to use Dr. Thomas'  EclecUic -Oil. It reduces, the inflammation and loosens the phlegm giving  speedy relief to the little sufferer. It  is equally reliable for sore throat and  chest, earacho, rheumatic pains, cuts,  bruises and spra'ns. Dr. Thomas'  Kclectric Oil is regarded by many  thousands as an Indispensable of the  family medicine chest.  C__������0_)_ F^*__s���������t ^*-**-���������c_������^*2 ���������  ff������-.       ____...������___.._,_ __- _X11. __ _  xu.-    iimiimoyturc       _>-      on*.      u_       a.  quality in many respects superior  to the product of the s'lkworm from  Canadian spruce wood; linoleum,  dynamite and gramophone records  from a flour made of wood; newsprint paper in a continuous sheet over  twenty-two feet" wide "at" the rate of  over half an acre a minute from a  single machine. ��������� Handbook of Canada. .  ' '  :^l^li@Tr|^:^  ^i*it;__^i^ii)il  Importance Of Fish Industry  Fish caught off the coasts of Canada in tho Atlantic and Pacific oceans  in 1020 totalled 1,024,221,000 pounds,  valued at $26,170,350.  the name as through glass and pro-  Bent n moat spoctaculnr appearance.  MliuvriTs Wilt Kill Coma.  Honored Flr������t German PoetesH  On February 0,    1030,    Germany'*  women    writer*-    commemorated    in  Hamclin tho  1000th anniversary of  lb a bh-th of llroc-iwUha, who, according to history, was tho F'atharland'fi  first pootoHa. Offspring   of   a   noble  Saxon family, ���������Hrooswltha 1'vod and  j died as a nun   at   tho   Ganclorsholm  convent near Humolin, tho city of tho  .Piwcl Pipor.  Porflfnn ISalm���������the unrivalled toilet  requisite. Essential to every dainty  woman, Imparts rare charm and  beauty to the complexion. Softens nnd  boautlfloa the akin. Mnkes hands flfivr-  losRly wh'to. Cools and rofroshos. Re-  Uovoa roughness. Ideal for true feminine diBtinetlbh. Delicately -fragrant.  Swiftly absorbed Into tho t'saueg,  leaving no stickiness. Persian Balm  invariably creates n BUbtle elegance  and charm.  Ho���������"I say ;|uat what I think."  She���������"Oh, don't bo silent all evening.  W.    N.    U.    IBtiO  London   h������.������   forblddon   th������  wnn   of  ���������fiatft! and bannorfl In tho utrootii for  advoi'llMlng,  Rheumatism  M.rt.Rflnrrlng the nehlng partn  with Mlmtrd'M brings comforting rol'of.   Try it.  MMMMMMM  Western Representation*.*  HUNTER-MARTIN <& CO., REGINA* SASIC :P'  THE    REVIEW.    ORESTON';   B.    C,  "Sfc  OLUIONMAY  BE FOUNDI  MVALDIlitOGK  London, __ngla_id.~T_iat a way has  beai found to; break;   the , F*rancor __   Italian deadlock over naval parity, a | station, and were accxsm-patsi'ed f.o_a  Airmen Reach Churchill  Vance and Elastiale Marooned In  iSPrth Since Last October  Churchill, Man.���������j; D. Vance, pilot  for the Northern. Aerial Mineiat Eap-  plorations Limited, and his mechanic  Blasdale, who were marooned in  tne far north many months ago,  have reached ������_hurch_ULThey mushed  500 n_I!es from Baker   Laice,    aerial  dsadlock which threatened the very  Hfe of the five-power naval conference here, was ind'eated after a surprise meeting between Ramsay Mac-  Ponald, prime minister of Great Bri-  8*ata and' Aristtde Briand, foreign  ���������"sinister of France.  The two talked at French, head-  cmarters in the Hotel Carlton. Their.  eonversatio_i laa-ed two a_ic? 5. half  Ssours, and afte-"!- M. Briand said:  "We bave been talking about  means to bring the conference to a  reccessful conclusion and we are  gptaag to apply those means as  jgnlckly as possible."  That the conference* proved -unex-  jscstedly Stapcrta-Gw-was shows by "-*f������'  zact that Miss MacDonald. -had  obviously been expecting a quick  termination of the conversation, as  ah.e waited for her father in the:  lobby during the entire two hours  and a half.  M. Briand was cornered by a  ttandful of ne-vwspapc-rmerx after the  conference.' He was as aon^co-__nlt-  tsai as usual ���������- about details; but"; was  (quite definite i__.saying that; the sltu-  s_3_>_s had taken a. new turn aiid that  optimistic events were ia the air.  ^Always, when things seem at their  worst, one finds a way out,' 'he said.  "That is true now''  He added hia jr-������rr.ark about applying means to make the conference  successful.  Mr. MacDonald came from M. Bri-  __ad's room with a smiling face and  greeted hio daughter in an unusuallj������  cheerful manner, but he declined to  answer any questions.  The.: French leader in evading: dis-;  cussion of details, said: *T am In the.  fisbit of chattering t-������o mucb and then  !:__ -reproached for it-, afterwarels.  We have been taking our bearings  and experts have been making, the  ., ^serrations jsrecise.?', This remark  served to bring put the fact that Reno  -_������assigll, French naval -technician,  and R. L. Craigie of the British tech-  __Ec__L staff, were present during part  YOUNGEST A0?t211_A__  Chesterfield Inlet by "Bob" Hicks, of  the Northern Aerial Exploration  Company. The airmen were guided  by two Eskimos, and had a dog train  of three teams.  Despite the arduous tramp to the  Bay Port, the airmen and their  companions were in excellent health.  With tra'n service suspended to  Ghurchiil for ih& winter, the men still  have a "walk" of more than 100  miles to reach Mile 327 where they  can board a train for The Pas.  Participating In the aerial search  for 'Col. C. D. H. MacAlpine. president of the Dominion- Explorers;  Limited, and his seven conipanloxui  who were jlost:. in Canada^ '^ub-  Arctic regions for nearly two  months, Vance and his companion  were forced out of the hunt last October. A mishap, to the'r 'planer  after the MacAlpine rescuers headed,  northward, left them stranded at the  isolated aerial post of Baker Lake.  Waiting favorable weather and  trail conditions, the ^men ���������-. suffered  no hardship at the post, where there  was a 'plentiful supply of provisions,  and also a Hudson Bay trading post.  After an Unsuccessful start in December, the airmen waited another  month and on January 2, accompanied by Indian guides with dog  teams, got going again, reaching  Chesterfield Inlet 13 days later.  After resting for a short time, they  took to the trail that brought, them  to Churchill recently. In December  the men were on the trail for two  weeks, but fierce northern blizzards  forced, them to return to Baker  'Lake...-: '.-. -_^...^--.^.>->-;-v;-_-���������--:,.,  Vance, a veteran airman, is a resi-  ;Rear-A__xiiral    Gordon  V.C., D.S.O-, youngest adrnlrai fa the  British navy and first .cor______a.de* of  the mystery ship, who Is visiting Canada. ;*  ���������    ,     *,���������     i    *"       I-      1 -      ���������       .    -- ���������      ^      _ -_   . |    | .   ,-    .  ���������--'...*-' * ;  India's Agitators Ha?������  .*������  runner  evaace  -_. ���������*_7__������-F__t"Ui  ^.o, while Blasdale,  a  youth of 21, is a Winnipeg boy, an  experienced pilot and air engineer.  __[. Briand further conveyed the  JsDea that his talk with Mr. MacDonald was concerned largely vfrith practical figures instead of political aspects of the problem. Furthernaore be  said that besides conferring with M.  Tardieu, in Piarls, he fs to see the foreign, affaira' committee of the French  senatc.  To Visit Canada  Train Of Fifty British Riflemen To  Compete Hero Next August  Ottawa, Ont.���������A team of flf ty Eng-  Jtslt riflemen are expected to visit  Canada this August to compete in  the Dominion of Canada R<fle Association matches at Gonnaught ranges.  The team will be composed of cpm-  jjetltors at the Blsley meet who can  ���������arrange to take the trip to Canada at  their own expense. At the last D.R:A.  moot, a number of cadets from tho  IBnglish publlo schools, members of  tho Officers' Training Corps, competed In the matches. A s'mllar representation from the p.T.C. Is expected  this year. These announcements were  mode at the annual meeting of tho  E>,C.R.A. which opened hero.  Usgise  ^.etj^tltil^  Its AiiSiial _>i������Kiisig  British.-. Medical Council __e_03ps To  -     Kecosmir^e "University "Begrses.  New, Delhi, Ino5a.-~IndS,������,3 agitators have been given anot-tef oppor-  tuhity to foster Indignatioa against  Britain by the curt refusal of the British Medical Council to recognize  medical degrees of Indian universities.  British med-cai authorities have  long been dissatisfied with, the  training methods of certain universities in India.     '-"'���������  Many efforts  have  been __tr_.de "to  Eassing Of Great Statesman  Tribute Ss '.Paid To tbe wfemory Of  ' "���������'���������... Lord Balfour-'""''-u./-  Wokingr, Surrey, England.���������In a  room* of bis brother's house, looking  out; to the peaceful .English countryside he loved so much, Lordl Balfour  passed peacefully away. v '.';','���������;.'.'  . He j was -a former prinjei" inlhister  of Great Britain andT __te off^the last  of the great Victorian statesmen.  His last act was characteristic of his  whole life. ,.pj.  Sending for: his inan-servant,  James Coltrnan, who* bad; been in his  service 30 years, Lord "Bsdfour took  him by the hand and saidV*  "Good-bye, Jaines. Thank: you  very much for all you have done for  me." ;-.;'.������������������,. ��������� \\;;"���������.'*���������.'���������''*%_. ,  ' Lord. Balfour was 82 ye^rjs- old. He  was created an .early and Viscount  Traprain after the Washington conference let 1921, and willj^,succeeded by his brother Gerald,* in whose  bc^se he died.    - \4.r_.-_:_������7������5r     .  The funeral was held^, at.l^ord Balfour's Scottish" hprne^" at "**Whitting=  hame. ^_ ^  /..*.-..  Premier ^ MacIDpnald," iiffqrmed al-  naost at once of the Earl's death,  declared: "It Is the end" of a long,  useful lffie; and the whole nation will  unite in expressing its regret and in  paying its tribute."  The Earl was 81" years old last  July, and he played.^ tenr4sv right up  to that birthday. 'A. mOsjT notable  characteristic was anr'alrnp^t unlimited capacity to rememberr* . He frequently astonished friends with reool-  lections of the most trivial incidents  in his long career.  Retain  Canad|aE___Murses  Found Impossible    To ff������eplace    1.05  Nurses In Detroit Hospitals  Windsor,. Ont.~-Pcssibil.ty that  axxhieve a degree of training which j Canadian trained mtrles, not citizens  will win  the. approval of the conn- j 0f United States, may be retained in  cil and. enable Indian doctors to  practice in Great* BriB-to. T3_e  latest proposal, accepted -ess? spsss-  sored: by the Government -of _-u_Ja>  provided- for the ;appomtra1__*-.;o_r; a  raedical     commissioner     to   ensure  service of the city of Ji)etroifc, in two  hospitals^ appeared a-g^jmseeting of  Co*"  the  Detroit common.  Membership Of Canadian Branch Has  Been Increased  Ottawa.���������Representatives of organizations interested in promoting international peace, from 'nil parts of  Canada, attended the eighth annual  meeting of the League of Nations Society iri Canada here. The annual report of the executive showed progress  had been made during the past year  In extending the activities of. the society and increasing the memeforship.  Dr. H. M. Tory, president of the  society, was in the cha^r and an address on the league was given by Miss  Agnes MacFhall. Sir George B.  Foster, led a discussion of the annual  report. He stressed the importance  of pupu'ar education on the ideals of  the league. This was perhaps more  difficult in Canada, v/Ith its scattered  population than In 'other countries.  But it indicated the need: of a vigorous organtenl ion anr! a continuant e  of tlie work of .the scciety.  is.       ine  council was -advised" |Tyr:g������r- Carl E.  Buck, of the board o^^e^tl?, that it  , is  found   impossible ^^'a^eplace   105  ���������unifprni. training, M|o������gb^t_t __\a_a.j nuFses = wbo-'would���������.b^^fl������tsed\'un-.  :^Pi^-l*sgt^^ de^'*������_te..pol_cy^adpj^_^P^  ��������� rejected',���������ale---plan^^a���������;.Bo^K^S��������� ^S^: [ despite the -fabt' thatj^^tisements  "~" ' "'    "   had beensentto all pa^s~of United  States. "���������������������������-��������� y.''******'  the assembly's  degree-... Y. '������������������'  "������������������  action y^ib&;.'..xi)Msaical  to: recGgssizs j_a<_ia-i  Ten Ycara At. College  Minneapolis.���������After spending 10  years at tho University of Minnesota  nnd carping throe degrees, Thomas  Ittgor of the phllipplno Islands, has  lift for his home to devote the rest  of his life In tho improvement of his  country, Tho doctorate clegroo was  conferred on _tigor, March 20. He ai-  ipeady has earned degroea of baolielor  ������f art������ and mooter of science,  Wamt Sumirter UnlfoiTirtH  London, 1-ngl.nmci. -��������� 8,murctor Mhi-  forms for tho army -wero urged b^  oho member of tho House of Com-  monu when a questioner broiight Inst  year's dcqllno In recruiting to tlio attention of the Hon ne. Another pnr-  l^tmorJitAiian advanced the idoa that  tha wholo army should bo put into  ft'jlltpi nn a meana of attracting tho  Cavorablo eyo of youth.  Berlin Churches Attacked  Berlin.���������Communists were charged  recently with attacks on church edifices In Berlin during the night. A  Protestant church in north Berlin had  a large illuminated Bible text over  tho door smashed. A Roman Catholic  church was daubed with red paint  Inscriptions deriding religion, It was  said here in dospatchos from Moscow  that the antl-roligloua campaign  would be extended to North America.  .  Expect Budget Before 3__t_*t_-r  Ottawa.-���������Corridor 'gossip:��������� _nr.J_he  House of Commons is that the; budget  will be brought down a few days bev  fore'the Easter adjournment. "The  Easter recess is tentatively fl-sad tor  the period April 11 to April 32.  Australia Plana T&bacc^ Culiuro  Canberra, Aus.���������-^ soil nndl ptent  survey is to be made by thft Australian goi/ornment with a view to introducing tobacco culture into the country. It is generally believed that,'soil.  and climate will prpve favorable.  Mvs. KlpUng Indisposed  , Hamilton, Bermuda-^TKe wife of  Rudyard Kipling. wa!s^alc&a to hospital for observation oi^J^rarriyal of  the famous poet and ���������, n������svellst hore.  from tha Biih.amas.'^I-ier condition  vvas not regarded as Ts'eri<Tuaf.  ���������       ''-������������������������������������   ���������- ���������-'J    :'-; . ��������� \  .���������    -.-Jill ���������>������������_>��������������� I  < W!ll:'Ite-Ope-^A*^3|^i|.Y  The P.as, Man.���������:_*rn*n service, suspended during the winter months,  will be resumed to Churchill about  April 8. Passengers *vvli. ba permitted  to .travel tc trie .?^^^W^IS y������������**  without permits.  Winter Lures This Lady  ������������������������** y '��������������������������� ���������x;\  Hod Narrow IDsoapo  Coqulmtao, Chile.���������An automobile  plunged into a 00-foot ravine near  the town-of Andacollo, turned over at  ioast 12 tlmos and oraahed to a stop  at the bottom���������and no-no. of ���������th'** w-m-hi  occupants was killed. Six wero a������ri-  ously injured and the otlier, a 4-year-  old girl, Bl'ghtly hurt. Tho motor car  was domoliBhod.  Bar niiHnlnn When*  London, IDnglnnd, ���������The Italian  steamer "ConildGnm" with a cargo of  RitHHlan grain bound for Rotterdam,  was docked at Amatordam because of  a Dutch protest against tho import of  Ruanlan, produce, -which anombiors of  tho Nethorland agr]cultural board  Haid had boon noised ^from Run������lan  furmoru by tho Savlol."government.  CLOSER CHECK  WILL BE KEPT ON  IMMIGRATION  Ottawa.-���������The steps taken - hy the  Don__nion Government in inviting the  provfnuies to assume a larger share of  responsibility in immigration matters  was laid before the House of Commons by Hon. Charles Stewart, acting minister of immigration.  He explained that his deputy was  taking up the proposal with the individual provinces. The new plans  were dependent on the House ratifying the" agreements by which the  provinces of the West get back the  crown lands and other natural resources.  The statement of Mr. Stewart  came during a debate on a resolution. oUtred by T. B. Donnelly  (Liberal, Willow Bunch), which It  carried will place the House on  record, as opposed to any assisted  immigration "except in so far as  financial assistance is - at present  being extended to female domestics."  An amendement of D. F. KeUncr,  (TJ.FA., Athabasca) -would have gone  further and made any company or  other organization bringing In immigrants deposit $-1,000 with the  province for eacb irnmigrant as a  guarantee against becorning a public  charge. It proposed also to d'scon-  tinue assistance to female domestics.  The amendment was declared out of  order by Mr. Speaker Lemleux.  Replying to an interjection, Mr.  Stew^art stated that present agreements of the Dominion Government  with transportation companies "will  expire on May 31st. These "transportation company agreements  would not be renewed and- the companies had been notified to this effect,  he said. ,  "Under   tbe   proposed   agreement  with the provinces*" Mr. Stewart declared,    "we    are    asking    them    to  assume the responsibility for saying  how many and what kind of immigrants  they are desirous  of having  and   can absorb in any given year.  We will not pass into Canada people  destined td any^^ province unless it la  the desire of that province to receive  'them.-"., "-'������������������'.  ���������"It   is' not   the   intention   of  this  Government to prevent any individual in the British Isles or in northern Europe who is in a position :to;  -aitiance his passage and who has a  reasonable sum of money in his possession to maintain himself When he  arrives in this country from entering  this   country   unless   the,. priovihcea  should say that they are not desirous  of receiving such immigrants.      Under   such, slrcumstances  we    .would  have to debar to that extent an individual entering into, that province."  Mr.   Stewart  continued;   "We  are  not thinking of continuing any assistance   except   that   we have not yet  arrived  at a definite decision as to  whether we should discontinue assistance to juveniles.  "That is the only case in regard to  which wo havo not yet reached a  definite decision."  Tho Dominion Government he went  on, intended to continue to lend Its  auspices in the way off paying for tho  necessary numbor of officials to control Immigration, 'Wo mupt havo  officers at every port of entry into  Canada," Mr. Stewart explained.  Tho minister could not conceive of  any provlnco "abutting the door" to  immigration; but believed immigration would cotiUm.i'3 in accordance  with tho powers of absorption by tha  provinces. ' "  Midwinter In tho Mp^oma region with deep onaw,ta1tnTr Bub-aoro  weather proved too 8rrbat; an attraction for Lady Kitty Rttson, daughter of  tho Earl of 4Jrlio, to pa������������i up and oho took. Canadian Paalnc train from  Montreal to get there. An outdoor oportoweman all hor llfo, alio-hoi'b rcnllxcd  hor dcairo to be attuned to tho Jpreat aolitudoa arid tho real nature, J3ho llahcd  through holos In tho loo and pioturw ������hown what kind of np.art ehw^hnd. Sho  niuuhcd for mllau UirougS* tovmt and plain behind bur dog tuuwa ;(_nd when  tho day waa done alio r������tlr(jd bo rront In a log cabin made anug with ntovo  ngainot tho blttoroot bloota. Host ladyohlp aaya that alic profcro OnnadLa hi  winter-to fltmwn-r and rrortiih^y bar advonturoiii mam to .prpWLit,.;*������������������,���������  Canada's Power System  Ottawa, Ont.���������In 1D28 Canada had  18 hydro-oleotrJo power systems distributed from coast to coast. These  systcma have an avorago annual output of 100,000,000 kilowatt hours or  more. Tho Hydro-lSlectrlc Power  Commission of Ontario had an output exceeding four billion kilowatt  hours each. Theso 18 ays terns account for 02 per a<mt. of tbo total  units: genoratcd in nil control power  systems of Canada,  Sol/.u I.rJ tiiili Steamier  Norfolk, Va.���������The British oil acrow  h teamcr "Dorothy and Audrey" waa  Ukcn to Charloaton, S.C., In convoy  with a ooafit guard patrol boat, tho  ct'ew ot which- hud boarded tho vossol  and discovered 800 caac������ of liquor In  tho Ixokl, a report _roni Charlootou  I Indicated. THE  CB13ST0K   REVIEW  Eleven trouble  cases in  month due to  During the past month blast-  ** 1       -# ���������_ J?      JL 1___  ing c&usea xx cases ox uroutrle  on long distance lines of the  B.C. Telephone Company, putting 51 circuits out of order.  Serious interruption to telephone service can be pevented  in such cases if those responsible for the blasting will notify  the nearest telephone office in  advance. A telephone man  then co-operate by stringing  temporary lines around the  sEene and these will be immediately available for service if the  explosion tears down the copper  toll wires, as it usually does.  must be completed before the end  of March to have all source of  danger removed before the sap  rises which renders the bacteria  active and enables the canker to  grow and enlarge and become a  source of contagion.  Varieties ike Clapp's Favorite  and CJaiigeau are very susceptible and -if once become affected  it generally means their complete  removal; Bartlett's are a little  less so than Flemish Beauty,  while Keiffer is the most resistant  among commercial varieties.  At the Vernon meeting of the  B.C.F.G.A. recently the entomol-  IVlr.  -O-. -1 11  x> u<_jv.j.e-u  _-  \7-._w.^.--.  VCUIUil,  -C������71_ .   w ne u  telephone    xiieii    are  notified in  advance it   is  not  often a matter of many hours  before service can be restored.  Kootenay  leiepnone  LIBVUTED  Go,  fHE CRESTON REVSE  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, MAR 28  FIRE BLIGHT A���������D APHIDS  By C. B. TWtGG  Fire-blight, or pear-blight as  this disease is sometimes called,  broke out last summer in several  orchards east of Creston, affecting  pear trees principally, but also  found affecting the annual growth  of young Wagner apple trees.  Being a bacterial disease affect-  , ing the cells of the cambium layer and soft tissues of the inner  bark, it is easily spread by means  of biting insects, even by bees  during the blossoming period, or  by birds such as woodpeckers  tapping into affected limbs may  later alight onto a healthy tree  and innoculate it with its affected  bill.  Thus it will be found scattered  over a large area, often a quarter  of a mile apart, so it will be just  as well to examine all pears while  pruning this spring and remove  any discolored darkened limbs  with the bark shrunkened and  dried up in appearance,  The disease winters or remains  alive around the edges of the  affected parts on the larger limbs  and trunk of the tree, which in  spring, when the sap rises, becomes damp and ppongy in  texture and appearance, forming a  water soaked area which exudes a  sweet smelling exudate, alive with  the bacteria, which attracts insects and ia carried to  soma.  Such areas are called "holdover cankers" and the control lies  largely in cutting out all such  cankers. Diseased limbs are cut  out entirely several incheR below  the affected area;   if cankers are  outlined various experiments carried out during the season of  1929. Apparently no single application during any one of the  various seasons will completely  eradicate the pest. The following  treatments are recommended:  1. Good results were obtained  by syraying during the dormant  period with "Allover" oil, 8 per  cent, solution, and nicotine sulphate 1 to 250, which is about five  times as strong as it is used during the summer for green aphids.  ���������"Allover"' oil may be obtained  from the Oliver Chemical Company at Pentieton.  2. By banding the trees with a  mixture of tree tanglefoot and  castor oil, 1 to 1 by volume gave  fairly good results; this should be  done early in May before the  aphids leaves its winter quarters  and climb up the trunk to spread  over the young growth of the  branches.  3. By summer sprays of nicotine sulphate 1 to 800 mixed with  casein spreader under high press-  sure to penetrate the woolly covering of their bodies at regular  intervals during the growing  season.  4. By soil treatment in applying  two to four ounces per tree in the  early spring of paradichloroben-  issue neeai-WorK  Class Prize List  Awards Slightly More Numerous  than 1929 and Adapted to Suit  Practical Needle craft ��������� Prizes  Money More Generous,  r  ���������_hp_i_.    ^*_l__s;.  zine spread around close to the  trunk and covered over a few  inches deep.  The insects spread chiefly by  means of the wind carry ing the  young attached to parts of the  woolly substance from tree to  tree. A combination of the above  treatments, especially the first  three, ought to give good results,  and help to hold the pest in check.  The fall fair prize lis"; committee has completed the revision of  the 1930 awards in the needle*  work class, which is published below in order that the ladies may  have all time possible for making  the many articles on which prizes  are offered. Some new sections  have been added, and it is announced that prizes this year will  be even more generous than in  the past.    The awards are:  Luncheon set, 4 serviettes.  Handworked bedspread.  Collection 8 pie<?ea wool work, assorted.  Buffet set, in white  JiuSet set, in colors.  Table runner, linen, any color.  Dresser scar!, ���������white.  Pillow cases, crochet trimmed!.  Pillow cases, embroide red.  Towel, crochet trimmed.  Centrepiece, in white.  Centrepiece, In colors.  Sofa cushion, made up.  Handmade and trimmed nightgown.  Smart cotton dress,materia! to be purchased in Creston, total cost to be marked  plainly on exhibit, and not to exceed $E.  Card tablecloth.  Tea ���������cloth, any kind.  Man's shirt, cotton materia!.  "Men's mitts, handknit.  Collection 5 different kinds fancywork.  Work apron.  Work dress, plain.  Child's dress, cotton material.  Child's rompers, cotton material.  Baby's set, 3 pieces, knitted."  Men's socks, hand knit."  Pieced and quilted cotton quilt.  Braided rug.  Hooked rug.  Collection 12 amateur snapshots.  Men's gloves, handknit.  Collection any 3 articles plain sewing.  Thrift exhibit.  GIRLS UNDER 16 YEARS.  Collection paper flowers.  Article in raffia work.  Fancy towel.  Work apron.  ���������  Knitted mitts.  library scarf embroidered, in colors,  and cushion.       ���������":"������������������������.?" ^   'v    '"  Pair pillow cases, crochet trimmed.  Collection * nabroidery, 5 pieces.  For 1930 the directors have decided to allow two entries; if desired, in each of the section?.  by a vote of 77 to 7 it was-decided to  accept the necessary loan. R A. Hunt,  secretary of the Land Settlement Board,  Victoria) and one of the trustees of the  district, was in charge of the voting on  the by .law.  As the prospects are good for a large crop of Apples this  year we advise growers to place their orders for  immediate   delivery.     We   will  assist  them   in  carrying these boxes by giving a special discount  for all   orders   for   delivery   before   April   1st.  CK RODGERS  f*fm������m  Ijp O Li  ^sr ^s** H_er  I ii.rn   aii  '__���������_ 1   W  fes m\ %# 1 &i  Stock, $1.85 gal.    $8.75for five gallons  M ilf.lC i FAF "4f_"  a  ORDER ;NOVvT.    Supply  two weeks.  will  arrive   in  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  TiJE  JiCJ___j_IA._L_i_  es'-L-oj-cI--  6EO. w. tSLTSLtUY  i dboobo_oop_oo BHiiaia  SPRING!  Now that   Spring is, here, tell us abosit that  moving job   }'ou   want  done.     Nothing  too  large or too small.  CRESTON  reg:watson  TRUCKING,   DRAYINC,  ^���������WVWVMWWVM  ��������� V. V.^.y^.yy.  ���������4T'WV  ALBERT DAVIES. 4  ICE,    COAL,   WOOD    \  ���������f'V'T'  't'rt'r-'?1 y-v^.^.y.,,'  Lister  Crowded out last week,  Mrs. Reno House, who "has been at  Boners Ferry for almost the past month  for medical treatment, rrived home at  the end of the week, accompariied by her  sister, Mrs. VanEtten,  Tom Yerbury left earlier in the month  on a trip south, and may extend his  travels as far as California points,  R. A. Hunt of Victoria, secretary of  the Land Settlement  Board,  waa  here  from Victoria for the water district meeting on Saturday. He ia ono ot the trustees.  Mrs. Sam Whtl taker and young son  have returned to Cranbrook niter a ten-  day visit with her mother, Mm. Hob don.  Ivnr Gustafson of Nelson was n caller  In the area first of the weelc.   Ho loolc-  the bios- ' cd at a couple of farms bore, and Is ex  f pec ted back to locate permanently very  shortly.  More hind clearing operations are in  evidence sprints than for some time past.  Tho new settlers are particularly active  at brush outtlng and burning.  Between 25 and ft0 of. the resMonf;  property owners wore out on Saturday  located on the trunk scalp or re-; night at the schoolhous- for the first  move the affected bark down to  the wood for a couple of inches  above and below the eclfges of the  diBr'nH(j<l tifwqoR.  All wnund-n Hhoukl be treated hy  a diftinfoctant, hIho ail pruning  tools, made tip of a mixture of one  part of bichloride? of mercury and  one part of cyanide of mercury in  600  par In of water.    Budh work  annualii mooting of 'Lister Waterworks  District, which was presided ovor hy John  Bird. Tho reports submitted! wore huI>  Jecfcecl to considerable criticism, The  riood for borrowing an additional $5000  wan uxplnined and indicated that $8400  Ih rtxiuirod to pay for work that h*  already demo, and that hut $1B0O will be  ltifl to ("or.i'ilotn tho work, ���������which Included  Hilling in 8000 tout or the pipe line wsr. well  an mending lnakn. II, T, MUlnar wan re-  eltn'tcdi triiHt.ee for a throft-ywir term, anil  W&nnglel  ��������� ' f  ,    Y .  Crowded out .last week.  Jas. Wood was. a visitor at Cranbrook  at the end of the week" -where his daugh-  ser, Mrs.  Downey, is   a   patient  in St.  Eugene hospital.  Rev. Carl and Mra.'BaaBe of Creston  were visitors here la--t -week. The pastor  took Lutheran Church service on Friday  evening. ;  v  A. Spencer of Canyon was here for a  couple of days last week attending the  Co-Operative Fruit f Growers annual  meeting on Friday.  Mrs. R. Cornwall Kind sons of Rtondel  are visitors at'preBent .with the former's  parents, Mr. nnd Mre>iJ)av1s.  Mrs. A. Manuel of^reston is a visitor  'here, a gucrit 61 M.ra.'^rady'.  A. Sanwick of Portland, Oregon, is  here at present, a gu_*4 of his sister, Mrs,  P. Andestad.    ;  Mrs, Hunt, who bail been a visitor  with her sister/Mffl.'-1_aolcett,' loft last  week for Calgary, Alberta, en route for  her homo In Ontario, ,:  Rev, A. Garlick of Oreston is spending  part of tho week on n visit with Anglican  families in this section.  Tho Women's Auxiliary held a successful St. Patrick's dance on Saturday night,  Tho priKo for the- oUmtnuhion walta was  won by Mim P, Foxnll and Ron. Stewart.  The ladies' choice lucky number dance  warn won by MIsb B. Hulmirand A-. EL  Towflon  The annual meeting of Wynndel Cooperative Fruit Growera Association was  hold on Friday evening' Directors elect-  ���������ml for 11)30 -mi John WEifiWH 33. UrE, John  Unthlo, J. a, Abbott, G. W. Taylor, and  W. 0. Groig. A now by-law wan paosod  authorizing throo dlrectoro t������ hold, office  for throo yearn and tho other throo nook  election annually.  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 menace to health.  When building for permanency, eliminate chance by availing yourself  of the best advice, material and workmanship. Come In and. let us talk it  over.  We are also building Septic Tanks, Concrete and Steel Tanks, and  they are guaranteed to give the. very best of satisfaction.  In our Tinshop we can supply you with whatever you need.   Tanks  are built to order. Eavetroughing, Conductor Piping, etc. Also Soldering of  any kind of metal.  ���������v���������;-7 in our <3enerai Blacksmith Shop we can assure you of satisfaction on  whatever repair work you may bring there. We have mechanics In this  shop who have had a good many years of practical experience in that kind  of work. And do' not forget that it is much cheaper to have a broken casting Oxy-Acetylene Welded than to buy a new one, and It ia 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.  Greston Blacksmith, Plumbing & Heating Go.  S. STEENSTRUP.  A. S. REED.  ���������  '<  ',  ���������������  i  i  i  i  1  1  '.  '.  '.  '.  '.  ',  '.  'i  'i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  )  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 vc-ry attractive prices on the  model now in stock. Also some real buys  in used Cars and Trucks.  Let us give you an Estimate on Wiring  your House for Electric Lights  Have your work done hy the firm that can guarantee it to pass  Government Inspection and save yourself a lot of raconveni-  en-ee, trouble and expense. We use all standard material, and  our workmen are carofuB. Work done in the shortest possible  time and at the shortest notice.  B������  t__w_ 1 vB  ������  9mm fla       \_38 r\ Mm r% \_9I Km*  PALMER   A.    MAXWELL  HtnviCE ON ANVTHINC. OPCOftTED DV QAaOLINC  M������WM_-������l--M_IIIIIITItM^^  umtm X" I  THE  CBEST0N  BETO&W  Local and Personal  FOR SALE���������Essex Coach, six, $400 on  terms.   Rev. R. E. Cribb. Creston.  FOR SALE���������Gramaphone and 40  records, $10. Also a quantity of cooking  utensila,   Mrs.-W. K. Brown, Creston.  FOR SALE���������2 h.p. spray outfit, will  sell with or without engine, going at a  bargain; Also one-horse plough. Percy  Boffey, Creston.  FOR SALE���������S-year old -Jersey edw,  milking good. No. 12 Del-aval cream  seperator. Also some horse and eow  feed    E. Nouguier, Canyon.  Tbeq "Women's * Auxiliary of- Christ  Church have afternoon tea with sale of  work and home .cooking, at the Parish  Hall on Saturday, March 29th, from 3 to  5.30 p m., to which all are invited.  -*^������E!S_   T'ZBS" ������Sr_5  ... HUtlHE        "#||  SATURDAY. Mar. L U  RAMON  H0VAI.II0  in  THE  PAGAN  with  RENEE ADOREE  DONALD CRISP  DOROTHY JANIS  Actually filmed in the Wonder  Isles of the South Seas, this tale  of primitive passions clashing^  with the white man's ruthless  power, comes now as Navarro's  finest Foniai-tic vehicle since  Ben Hur.  TAXI DOLLS  Paramount News  ���������.-f  GOVERNMENT PROPERTY FOR SALE  TENDERS will be received by the  undersigned up to noon, Saturday, April  _th, 1930, for tbe purchase of one spray  ���������machine at present stored in D. A. Mc-  Kenzie's packing house, Kaslo, B.C.,  where it may be viewed  by interested  .parties.  This -machine is a 1917 model, truck is  of wood with iron wheels and ia equipped  with 160 U.S. gallon tank, Hardie Duplex  pump and an Ideal 2>_ HP engine, type  The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  V. A. ROLLINS,  Purchasing Agent.  Parliament Buildings,  .,  Victoria, B.C., '  March 22, 1930.  F. H. JACKSON  REAL.ESTATE  Hk|;Ihb-h nollolted.  CRESTON,    B.C.'  _���������__���������__������������������ _______ __��������� __��������� __M  * ���������ME_Mll_^Uf _-_m_-   _m_*m .^hm^  gwGWf SWOi*������  We invite you to inspect our  new a took of  Men\m Sheem  ti$������hfoer&  wiwrik Smsk&  Worlk ti&Iovest  and  Mtehen Wtem&H&  , Vu\\ ntoek,    Priced right.  -BHI .    Jilul_ JM ���������* ��������� ���������  Am mW/rafoelll  Shoe and   Harness   Repair inn  e������F0R    SALE���������Secondhand '���������"��������� McClary.  range, $20.   Also registered- Jersey calf,  at Creston Hotel.       '.'.���������.���������.-,���������;>.-",.--.,; I  The turnout at the library re-organiz-  ation meeting at the town hall on Saturday afternoon was not largely attended,  but it was decided to launch a drive for  members as a last effort to keep the j  library going.   .      ..  With returns still to come from Sirdar,  Canyon and Yahk; r?the^930 contributions to the Bible Sfeciety is very close; to  $150*, and it is esp^jjtjSu- - the intake o_  $180 last wear wilf le ^equalled when s\\.  returns are in. ..-���������''-  114 telephones are now connected with  the local switchboard; according to the  latest issue of Telephone TalkV the house  organ .of the B.C.' Telephone,. Company.  This is a gain of three,since- the first of  the year. Kaslo has a. showing of 117  and <lolden 62. :'j      ' '  '���������._."V\ rv .  Y&lr. and Mrs. Barry Hoskins, who  arrived from Nelson last Week, are occupying apartments at J&rs. Arrowsmith's,  where they have been ever since coming  to town, and never were the guests of  other Creston people as reported last  week. Mr. Hoskins is in. charge of the  A. H. Green dragline operating at dyking  on the Reclamation Farm. ''���������  The pen of five Rhode Island Red  p-uHets from the W. S. M'___lpine poultry  farm is leading all varieties of fowl in  egg laying contest at the" Saskatchewan  Experimental- Farms at Indian Head.  Notwithstanding the severe winter conditions in that province the McAlpihe  birds have held the read almost from the  start of ths contest si& months ago.  "Signs, of the Tierces" I$..the topic������o be  discussed by Miss .EJiliott, at her final  appearance at .tbe.FuH .Gospel Mission on  Sunday evening at 7.30. '"' For nest week  Miss Richards will be the speaker at 7.45  p.m., Tuesday,, and,, on, ^Thursday at the  same hour Miss Mc^ari.wIU deliver the  address. The work.'of ...the Full Gospe]  Mission is to continue as in the past.  represent the Consolidated Mining and  Smelting Company of Canada, Limited,  at the session Of the Mining Congress,  which convenes-there, to the effect that  Mr: and Mrs. Archibald arrived in London February 26th, experiencing a little  rough weather while at sea, but enjoying  the trip immensely, both being in the best  of health prior to departing for Johannesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Archibald flew  from London to Paris, being in the air  over 2 J_ hours in one of their flights, enjoying the airplane trip immensely.  Hitehesser  In connection with the pris  the local  Mrs. S. Slean of Cranbrook is spending the week here, a guest of her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Molander.  H. A. McKowan of Cranbrook Sash &  Door Company, Cranbrook���������w s a business visitor here^over the weekend.  Mrs. B. Johuson received the sad news  that her brother-in-law, Mr. Myrene,  had passed away at Kimberley on Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson  left on Tuesday for Spokane to attend  the funeral,' burial taking place an that  city.  Wynndel  UiBIIUloai   Lluulllb   VfddllD!  ON TOP OF THE WORLD  After investigating the most popular makes of electric  fend  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^enetit low  overhead and no high pressure salesmen, whose charges  come out of the washer, or are added to the price.  Payments to suit your convenience. Arrange for si.  home demonstration. ���������  Ai*������-_A_Jk_-MM---h������A������  _���������*  WESTINGHOUSE DEALER  i r- -*��������� ���������*- i-p -^- ��������� '���������*-.- -* -  -���������--_���������-���������_     _. ���������   A.-_.- _ -_. ��������� _      _.-A..���������.._���������     _      fk.  Women's Institute 1$ offering for tbe  division of Creston public school making  the best showing at highest'" monthly attendances for 1E23-30, Principal Stall-  wood's room ranks.first'for four months.  Miss Harrop's one. month, while in  February Miss A^adej's; room captured  first place. With only .four more months  to go either of these":,������wo latter rooms  will have to make a clean sweep if Div-  ia'on 1 is;tobe dehie^thejprize.  Attention is called t -. the quarterly  meeting of the Farmers' Institute on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the town  hall. The fruit committee has a very  interesting report to submit, and the establishment of an egg grading station and  cold storage plant"'will be discussed.  Opportunity will be giyFri* every member  to discuss these, and-,also to- submit any  other matter of interest. The institute  aims to serve the needs of its members,  and all should be present tomorrow.  Rehearsals have'already commenced  on the presentation of A; S. French's delightful comedy, ^JNothittg But the  Truth," which" will be presented under  Trinity United Church auspices within  the next few weeks. The comedy is one  of the better class, and was featured at  the Little Theatre, Vancouver, during  the 1927 season, at that well knojvn  playhouse. , The cast includes Mrs. A. L.  Palm r; Misses.Ruby Martin, M.Brown.  H. Meldrum and Edith Cook, andMessrs.  Ben Crawford, Harry Smith, R. W.  Maxwell,'W. J. Truscott, with Rev. R.  E. Cribb, director.  There was quite a large turnout nt  Christ Church on Monday evening when  the Rev. A. J. Doull, bishop of Kootenay,  mode his annual visit rin'df'was presented  with a class of nine candidates for the  confirmation service.j^bieh he conducted.  Those ' admitted- into, church member-  mhip wwe' Betty Kemp,1 Johanna "Scott,  Joan Hilton, Eleanor 'BlalrY Prances  Moore, Dai���������y Trevelyan Margaret  Blinco, Margaret Stapleton and Mra.  J. Strong. Following tho aorvlce there  was a reception nt the Parish Hall. On  Tuesday morning tho bishop waa celebrant at holy communion.  Quite a largo number of friends of tho  docensed and family were in attendance  nt tho funeral of trie Into Fred Hurry on  Thursday aftomoon last with' service at  the Presbyterian Church and bnrlal in  Creston cOmetery in charge of Rev. P.  McNnb, and Col. Matland'amcv, D. Lcar-  montli. W, H Crawford,, Goo". Johnson,  Hilton Young and A. B, French officiating as pallbearp)*s..���������Ajrxjongst tho floral.  romomliontnooB wore, those from the  Family, Crescent Lotlg^KnlghtMof Pythias, Cranbrook; Wild Rob.o Knights of  Pythinw, Crouton; Mr. and, Mj-h. V,  Tompkins, Mv. and MrR. S. A. Speors,  Mr. uud Mi'H. Geo, Johnson, Mr, and  Mrs, F. C, RodgOM.  Rowland Miner:   Word received hero  from Mir, and Mra, W, ,M. Archibald,  who loft Yort-Mfy for Johanneabure;,  South Afrh-n, wh^ro Mr,   Archibald wtl  The K.K. Klub announce April 12th  as the date of their annual concert, to be  held in the old schoolhouse. Further  particulars later.  Mrs. A; Gregory and Mrs. C. Gregory  and daughter, Lillian, were Cranbrook  visitors last week.  P. Andestad was a business visitor at  Nelson a few days last week.  Mrs. E. W. Payne of Creston was a  weekend visitor here, a guest of Mrs.  Grady, taking in the Women's Institute  birthday party on Saturday  evening  Miss A. Hook of Spokane was a week  end visitor with her grandparents,  Mr.  and Mrs. J. J. Grady.  Mrs. G. J. Bayles of Northport, Wash.,  is a visitor here with her brother, Chas.  Leamy.  The newast auto owner at Wynndel is  A. E.. Towson, having just taken delivery  of a 1926 Chevrolet from the Kootenay  garage, Creston:"'  Anglican Church service on Sunday  March 3Cth, atJ.1 a.m. There will be  a celebration of Holy Communion.  Regular meeting of Wynndel ^Women's  Institute was held on Thursday last. It  was decided to purchase;a gasoline stove,  coffee pot and kettle for1 the hall." The  child welfare committee brought; before  tbe meeting the case of a young child in  the district needing treatment, .necessitating a lengthy stay in the hospital, and  the matter of funds was fully discussed.  A letter read from the Solarium at Victoria, to whicsh institution it wasi decided  to send the child as soon as possible}  Funds will be raised by   entertainments.  X _______ 4_-*-_!  As the prospects are good for a large crop ot' Applet this  year we advise growers to pla.ee 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.  CEAS. O. RODGERS  EJ������,  ��������� _������������������__������������������������a--������������������������������������-aa a ���������������������������--- ��������� ������������������ ���������_���������������������������_��������� a ��������� ������������������&_��������������������������������������������� aaaa ������������������������������������na,Q  ___-.  w������r mfnm mmms ess  Give us a call.    We are handling the MAPLE LEAF  Bran, Shorts, Middlings, Corn, Cracked  Corn, Wheat, Oafs, Crushed Oats. Oat Chop  Barley Chop, and everything else in this line.  Maple Leaf, Robin Hood and  Royal Household Flour  Prices are right.        Try us once and be convinced.  Christ Church, Greston  SUNDAY.   MARCH 30  WYNNDEL���������11 aim.,  Matins and  Holy Communion.  CRESTON���������7.30 p.m., Evensong.  United Church  Rev. R. E. CRIBB, B.A., Minister.  ���������������������������  m  11,00 a.m.���������LISTER.  4.00 p.m.-CANYON.  7.30 p.m.���������CRESTON.  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 PulvveH  motor and tone arm; new  type metal diapragm reproducer; enameled metal grill;  covered needle cup. Holds  six records. Wonderful value at $17.50,  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  ��������� M  M ���������  u a  m a  ��������� a  a _   _   _ a  a  a  H  a  a  a  a  m  III  uuu������uwu-uuu-"M4.j������u-������Mim.ii������������aan������KaK*������aiiii������i  14  STB  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  ���������p-  ������������������  Thrift  consists in spending .ess than  vou earn,  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings bal������  ances nnd shall welcome yout*  account.  654  THE CANADIAN BANK  Capllal FaiJ Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creoton Branch * R. J. Forbes, Manager  ���������m<mmhb"t MMj^jmiagigm^npiigim^y m^p^i^y p^mf^^mMitii^m't^miimviaomttm nmm Mymi������*w**im**4Wm'^'**W'm W* "Twpw iy������y Hf|W"# ������<)i������''|wi'w|inM'������'M������iyiniw������iyi|i  The Consolidated .Mining1 &  jSmleting Company of Canada, Ltd.  V. MAWSON  ORRRTON  t-wrAt  i  tiffice, Sm<alting~and Refining Department  TRAIL, British Columbia  Smelters and Refiners  Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Load and Zinc Ores.  Producers or Gold, Silver, Copper, Pi# Load and Zinc.  TADAMAO BKAND  ���������i r  ���������������������������_���������___���������_���������___ _.-_>-���������������������Jl>._..���������L..,_.-_..A.A.-. --Jl^-.A .-.J,.-. A.-. _.-���������,J^..r^. tfaniiftmilhit^. rit# ��������� ffcn���������.^J.--^.^^^^ ���������TTTTS   TCTiyiKW.    nRfraVTON,    B."  SWSHINE\  24HO_^SADAt'   ///  /// <f������r rourBaby  V_e_*A%i  f������=iSiMlM,i/SiGrfr%  ^Xcoro-wv-eR. ������it. MADtE^^QffiR.  Or   /MS������HO IT TOD4V      ffi  History Makers  i -_31  i nHi ^c^^^ortfc Qo n*2?  Clip Your Horses���������give them  new life.   Clipped Horse* do  suet 5w������afcthei- strength away.  Groomed in a quarter ������f  tho time.  AskYour Deafer. to-:^how   You  WORLD HAPPENINGS  Hand-reds Whose Words. IAve> Have  Always Been Nameless  There are hundreds of people whose  names we do not know, though their  words have passed into history.  There is the nameless, well-dressed  wonss_v who, meeting Wordsworth  walking by i_och Kathrine one fine  evening, observed, "What, you are  stepping- westward?" She gave the  poet the idea for his poem, "Stepping*  Westward."  There is the watchman who passed  ���������under . Pepy's window crying:, "Past  one of the clock, and a cold, frosty  morning!"  There Is the man who flrst invented  j the Breton fisherman's petition as he  | put out to sea, "Oh, God, do Thou  ���������. hf?!p EUid. ^risr-d rae' th_ seft is so wld*?  j and my boat Is so small."  1 And who was the poor dame who,  | when questioned by a kindly bishop,  held up iter dry crust and said, "I  have aU this, and fa'th?"  And  there are,  of course,  all  the  unknowns -whose words are sung- and  said around the world and will not  , pass away.  WHY SUFFER  FROM  YOUR  LIVER?  Why be handicapped with unsightly  blotches on the face, eyes with yellow-  tinge and that ttrcd and languid feel*  -  ing ? This indicates ������ to.pia liver  rleadacKS, ���������j.-ssiiiess and Biliousness';  surely follow,.Y You must  stimulate  your !a~*y;ttver* start the bile Sowing  with Caster's little Liver Pills.  They also act as a mild laxative,  purely vegetable, free from calomeS;  and poisonous, drugs, small, easy to  swallow, and not habit forming. They  are not t% purgative that cramps or  rains,^unpleasant after effect follow-  ing, on ���������_he contrary a good tonic  All Druggists 25c and 75c red pica*  SIINIMY SfHftfH LESSON  MARCH   30  HE WENT ABOUT l>OINO. GOO������  done all the good that is ciasruiatly  necessary in the little place where we  stary_.      . "  Ha went about doing good by His  lips, by His hands, by Himself. The  biggest thi-tig a man eaa do for-his  age.or for the world is himself to be  a good man and to give himself away  for some great thought or dream of  faith.���������Condensed from sua Address  by':���������John A. Huttosa.   ,  '-v>;-:^'weiit':abou't, they said,  Xh doing good; Y  r  ��������� YYi  He challenged men to follow.  If they would.  He knew no creed, nor system,  But to live  A l'fe of loving service,  . 'And to give.  To give of cheer and faith,  Was his appeal;  To hearten; hope inspire; '������������������.'.  The hurt to heal.  Give thou of life and love:  Meet thou the test: *:  Bid them that love and serve.  To Join the quest.  Y���������HiramB.-Harris.  ** Sof������������������ on iftk, olc������a, for n_aath������JJoclorV ������  i-y=st_h^i_i_S-S_5tJs_-__Sv_* _;*_!._ =  &1_a_^,^*������^**J-lM-Sh-������ra.'-Sootlu������- I  SahM" keels motm*. view*, ___*, __im, I  _eald*-������������Be___, Uksasugte, Mi _nt__!at������! 3  _CTp*������Mf������.  LarA������ D_ubl������t Sooh ^ j BSP9-8.  120 Loaves ��������� YWT _C_h_F  Fipi������������������ You Con Buy/ -_vl-r ������������������' ������s__a������  AVOID iMITATtOKS   V  NERVES  WERE   BAD  Could Not Sleep  Tired   All    Day  L.on$}  Golden Text: "Unto us a child is  born, unto us a son is given; and the  government shall be upon His shoulder; and His name shall be called  Wonderful, Counsellor. Mighty God,  -Jverlasting _Tatner, Prince of jreace."  ���������Isaiah 9.6.  Devotional Heading: John 10.7-16.  Miss Florence Coutler, Bark I_ake.  Ont.. writes:���������"I Was troubled with  ray nerves, could not sle������p aX -light,  and felt tired all day long.  "A neighbor came in to see me, one  The newspaper Excelsior,    one   of {  Mexico City's leading dailies, has an- j  Bounced  it will practically eliminate  crime news from its columns.  Pj.t- Hon. Tom Shaw, secretary of  state for war, toid a questioner in the  House of Commons that no British  officer was shot for cowardice during"  the Great War.  President  Hoover -worked   for  the  state of Arkansas, on a mineral siir- j morning, and advised me to take  vey, in 2893, at a monthly salary of (  ?_0, records of the state geologist de- j  partment show. I  At a meeting in Toronto, of On- t  tario members of the Canadian Press,!  proposals of the management for improving the character and volume of  the service, particularly along the  lines of a more intensive Canadian  domestic coverage, were unanimously  approved.  I  A Gateway To the North .-  r, *  X_akes and Waterways In the AUuring  _   Hinterland Tihat I>ead Ao the   _  ,. Arctic Ocean  Prince Albert National Park in the  province of Saskatchewan promises to  become the mast f requcntcci gateway  to the waters of that alluring hinterland of Canada as yet so little known.  Beyond park boundaries, to the north,  west, and east, lie & succession of  lakes and waterways, extending like  the links of a silver chain for literally  hundreds of miles; on the northwest,  finally reaching the -waters of the 3?*ar  North, and the Arctic Ocean, and on  tae^east, Hudson Bay.  A Summary Of Christ's Ministry  Perhaps this, on the whole is the  best summary of our Lord's earthly  ministry; He went about doing good  {Acts 10.28). In the three years of  His public ministry He was so busy  that He h.ad no time bo take His food.  Some great artists have almost  _b._d.iia our imagination the type of  countenance which we now associate  with Jesus; the central face of the  Last Supper at Milan, for eaxmple, or  Rembrandt's Jesus in the hundred  guilder print, "-Healing the Sick,1" or 1 Persians are taking- up the piano,  Hoffman's Jesus in the Temple, that  50 "feastruments having been imported  I-astera iFisfe tror _*.������/, y  Five million fish. ���������ggs of .-������astern.  whitefish have been received at the  Dominion Hatchery at Nelson,. B.C.  Most, of t__eri_. -will he placed to Kootenay r_ake and the rest bx Slocum  I_ake, this beingthef-first *t_tne of any  such introduction of whitefish in  either lake.  "The _irst box did mo good and  after the sixth box I was able to go  back to my work."  ASMPLETREATBfSNT  run ^niLjU>_\������_i* & u������u  I Price, 50c. a box at all druggists  ] and dealers, or mailed direct on re-  j ceipt of price by The T. Milburh Co.,  t-iraited, Toronto, Out.  Cold in the head is very common  at this time of the year, especially in j  the very young. Neglect of a cold is  prone to lead to serious consequences. To relieve ail congestion  of the system is the first step ia  treating a cold, whether in infants  or adults. For the very young,  Baby's Own Tablets are the ideal  means of doing this. Containing no  narcotics or other harmful drugs  they soothe the child's fretfulness,  relieve its suffering and ensure convalescence.  Baby's Own Tablets are without an  equal for relieving indigestion, constipation and colic. They check  diarrhoea; break up colds and simple  fevers; promote health-giving sleep  and make the dreaded teething period easy. The Tablets are the one  medicine that a mother can give her  little ones with perfect safety as  they are guaranteed to be free from  fnfurious drugs. They arc sold by  all medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams*  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  She: "I heard someone yell 'ftowl';  where are the feathers?"  He: "Oh. this game is between two  picked teams."  n      ���������  K������Cip_S  Tut  T*L:_  _iu5  W7 B-  irccii  tBy Betty Barclay)  2  1  %  2  2  MARSHMALLOW SAI_ Al>  oranges.   .   ������������������      .  bananas.  cup marshmallows.  cup cream.  Yolks of 2 eggs.  tablespoons sugar.  tablespoons lemon Juico.  Sprinkling salt.  1 cup fresh grated cocoaniit.  Cut   oranges   into   sections,   slice  bananas and cut marshraallows into  quarters. Mix with dressing made by  scalding   cream   and   thickening   it  carefully with egg yolks, beaten until  light with sugar. Cool dressing and  j add lemon juice and a light sprinkling of salt before adding fruit. Serve  with cocoanut.  exquisite face. But we have no a&-  thentic face of Jesus, and probably  all artists, err in giving to Him. a  countenance too smooth and urritrou-"  bled. His countenance must have-  borne the marks of anguish and care.  For, as. a man of genius said, almost  two hundred years ago, "When Christ  ���������was only thirty-two, those who saw  Him took Him to be a man of  fifty !M "Thou^ art not yet fifty" (John  8.5T)���������so much had life taken out of  Him.   .  No great work .is ever done easily.  There v*:ere places where, we read, BQe.  could do ho work because': of some~  thing wanting in the circumstances,  something ��������� wanting, in- -the heartsf:6f  the people, wanting in the. heart of  the.man fpr whom He was ready to  do the great work. We read again  that sometimes our Lord would groan  in His spirit as though He were  wrestling, with some obstinate force  which was pitting itself against. His  power. Nothing was done easily that  Jesus did. It wore Him out, so that  again and again He retired toT- a  mounta=n apart, there to lay open His  soul to the.energy of iGod.  He went about doing good. . He  looked about to do see where good  might be done. We sometimes excuse  ourselves because we think we have  Into the country last year.  To the German scientist who has  invented an honesty-testing machine  we can only suggest that he patent  his idea before somebody steals it.  '-&2&  itfter e&UagfeS-Sjay ������harmless, it itaa remained the aland-  people su-tfer from sou. stomachs.  They call it Indigestion. It roesiiyi ithat  the stomach nerves have been, over-  ������i_mulated. There ia excess a<cid.,Th6  wdy to correct it is with an alkali,  which noutraiizea many-times-itg-voi-  ume. in acid. .   . ���������������������������������������������;*->,.  ���������Tbe right way Is Phillips' AttEk of  Magnesia���������just a tasteless    dose  >in  water. It is   pleasant,   efficient. . and  ��������� "ii ������������������ ���������    M 1' iiiw���������i-i !niii,emjH*'i������  ard with physicians in Rke 5D ye������__i  since its invention,  It Is the quick method. Hestu-ts cooa������  almost instantly. It is the approved!  method. You svlil _scver use another  when j'ou know.  Be sure to. get the* genuine Phillipa"  Milk of Magnesia prescribed by pbysi-  clana for 50 years in correcting excess , acids. Each bottle contains full  j directions���������any drugstore,.  ^fiiitiiiiinuiii!ii3iiini!iiif!iiiitniiiiiiiiiiiiiHB!iiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiinniiiiniiiiiiiNiiiNiiHiiiii^  e-  ���������*  ytyt'T-.m  w maows  ay i  One-fifth of tho iraporcn into New  Zealand are from the United States.  Praises Vegetable  Compound, Blood  Medicine and Liver Pills  J-iwhlown, Quebec���������"I livo 13 mHos  from town on a farm, v;iih nil ������ny Jsomo   5!?55?spr^f^^-j duties nnd diuni-  hUo,lboca(UQii*!t>  voiifl nnd rundown. 'J'ho Vcgo-  trtblo Cginpouiul  lielpwl my vvliolo  ByHtoni.My norv-tf  aro better, wy-fl-p-  T>ol.lt������ in good and  I nm nblo to do  my work. I have  alno taken tho  Wood MrMUeinn 11ml tho T-tvor PUh and  th������y liolpwl mo. ! will luwwer Jettcm  froirr������ wdiuM'i aKlciiiK about your anedi-  <iin������iH."���������Mhh. HiurrAiiw CiiJUiuroK������  Hirclitown, Quubcu.  CAUUOT AND PEA IMBLIGHT  Boil two cups of cubed carrots until tender. Combine with one cup of  cooked peas. Make a sauce of threo  tablespoon a Hour, three tablespoons  butter or fat, ono and a half cup milk,  two teaspoons sugar, one-half teaspoon salt, and a dash pf pepper. Add  the cooked carrots and pens, reheat  and serve very hot.  Invest in WINXlOLlTE Window's and you will be repaid a  hundredfold in the health of your Poultry and Live Stock  There Is nothing repulsive in Miller's Worm Powders, and they are as  pleasant to take as sugar, so that few  children will rcfuso them. In some  fason they causa vomiting through  their action In an unsound stomach,  tout this In only a manifestation of  thoir cleansing power, no indication  that thoy aro hurtful. They can' bo  thoroughly depended upon to clear  wormw from tho system.  THE   ORIGINAL   GLASS   SUBSTITUTE  OlADjri     IN     KN<SI_AND     SINCE   1D.U    ON     ORIGINAL    S������AT1BN!IS  Thfa unbreakable glass substitute ia  light and fiejdble, easy to cut and fit,  will wtthataorid extreme changes in temperature,   keeps   out   cold   and   wet,   but  w.   n.   u.  isao  Women and l*c<aoo  Those millions of signatures taken  to tho naval confer on co in London,  "England, by the women of the world  .signifying their desire thai; .war and  VohboIh of war bo abolished oonutituto  a factor ho momentous In world  ov*ontH that it cannot bo slighted by  tho delegateh who govern ltn deliberations. It long has been said that wo-  men UHiutlly got what thoy want. *n  thin cftHQ It lii a quopiWon of their gofc-  tliiff the abolishment of womothlng  thoy do rwit want.  Vm MlnarcVrt In the Btmlile.  OUT DOWN  TOUR tOSSJDS  BY INSTAIXINO  WINDOLITE  allow������ tbe full sunlight to cnte.*, Including the health-giving Ultra-Violet  Rays, which do wot penetrate ordinary  glass,'  WINDOLITE  .   ,     ,   IN  I11IOOD.IQ1.  HOUSES  t_A_7INa PKK3  DAIRY RARKa  ������UNItOOMEi  Canadian breeders of poultry and livestock are finding Windolite a moBt nntinfnctory  ������nd profitable investment Young chickens and turkeyn are entirely free from leg wealc-  neaa and diaease and will thrive in confinement under Windolite, Windolite comes in rolla  any length, but 36 inches wide only.  ; Distributors: JOHN A. CHANTLER & CO., LTix'  51 Wellingtoxi St. W.        - ������ -        v       TORONTO, ONT-  iilllVllllll|IIIIIIIIillllllllllllllllIIIlBllllilllBllH!lllllllUllllllll|lllll������ ������|*rTT_    T?T?VTFW.    Crr?W&TO*ft3V   TS     C  /-5  _M Hours  .- __. ���������������  a-uO-w, ..  f     You can send the  vapor of the pine woods, to the  cause of your cold by anhalmgv  Cstsrrhozone^  Little drops of healing ba!^  tarns are distributed through  the whole breathing apparatus  in two seconds.  Like a miracle, that's how  .Catarrhozone works in bronchitis, catarrh, colds and irritable throat. You simply  breathe its healing, fragrant  vapor, and every trace of congestion and disease flees as before fire. .-'.'.  ���������ktmrhozrme  A Icn-Minute Relief I  No trace of the disease remains  after Catarrhozone Is used���������no more  matter to clog the nostrils���������1.0 more  headache and buzzing ears. Two  months' treatment (guaranteed),  price $1.00; smaller size, 50c, at all  gl!i!ta!!!!!!!!l!!i!!!i!S!rsaKB!H!tU!!lB!lSii:  1   SILVE  [ RIBBONS I  p CHRISTINE  WHTITNa S  g. ' ." ' EABMENTES'���������' ������.  E Copyright 1929 s  fiiifin:i3ii.iiiiri!iii3uiiEii!ri{niii!nsin3ii  CJHAPTEI. "vX���������^ontLduisd  '"There's nothing to be scared of,"  declared Grandma, "unless it's Sarah.  Bennett. Like as not she'll discover  something wrong about you. She says  thtf Wickfield girls are all "provincial." Jim told rae so himself. I looked in the dictionary and it sad that  provincial means countrified and rude.  Well J If Charmlan looks countrified I  wish you'd tell me so; but she's not  rude. Her manners come from the  Davises, and they all had a way with  "em even when they -were poorer than  Job's turkey. Some day I'll tell Sarab  Bennett what I think of her."  ''I'll do it for you if ever I have She  chance," replied the doctor with  neaart-war-mttsg sympathy. 4'An_t you  usedn't worry about your grand-  daughter. I assure you there's nothing  provincial in her make-up."  TAKE NO CHANCES  WITH BABYl  ipook Her Food in the  "Health Ware"  Doctors recommend Enameled  Ware for cooking baby*8 food*  It is so simple to clean ��������� ��������� ��������� 00  easy to keep sanitary atid free  from germs. It cannot stain.  There is no meld surface exposed to the food* Nothing so  absorb moisture* flavors nor  odors*  Make sure you get McCln.y  Enameled Ware > ��������� ��������� the  Modern "Health Ware"'. Watch  for the familiar McClnry label.  -A Htollh Ptotfuctof1  OKNBRAL.   STEEL  WARES  Branches Across Canada  tWMmmgm. mm. tmm    _gi      Mm, tt-tt m___m_> ___   _^^^M_uauau  ENAMELED  _���������?_������! ���������;_,     _ _  wcii,  yuu uugut     iw  sponded Grandma, ''coming from a  big place like Boston. I guess my  girl's all right even-^-"  Charcmiars had been an amused  spectator of this scene, but now she  interrupted with a laugh.    ���������  "Come, Grandma, you've talked me  over thoroughly enough; and we must  start aloner it I'm "to be anv use to  Mrs. Merry. Your supper's all laid out  on the kitchen table; and don't you  dars to wash a single dish. Just leave |  them in the sink. I sh"rai_it be late;  and If you need anything you can call  up Doctor Howe, and he'll let me  know."  "T aha'n't need anything," replied  the old lady promptly. "You ruh  along and have a real good time. And  don't you be too sn'ppy to Jim Bennett, either. He's a good boy, and not  entirely responsible for bis own actions."  "Oh, III be good to him!" promised  Charmian, laughing;    and   Grandma  leaned forward tn her chair to watch  the two young people start off in the  direction of   the   old   white   church  that faced the village green.  Y "Provincial!"  she snorted angrily.  It Was p'ain to see that Sarah Bennett's comment was not to be treated  lightly.    "I don't believe it. I guess  I know a country bumpkin when I  see one, even if I havenft been out of  Wickfield for five years. Charmian's  a sight more stylish, and stands up  straighter than those fashion plates  in  the  mail order  catalogues - from  Chicago;   and she never did a rude  thing in her life.   She's Luther Davis  all oyer when it comes to manners.  W3_y, she even thanks Tommy Goo-  mey when he  takes away the garr  bage, though goodness knows it's not  a favor. He and that Eldridge boy had  an awful fight one Saturday to see  Which would get,it."  Grandma was so stirred up that an  automobile passed -without her seeing  it as she went on indignantly: "And  talk of hats! Why, Charmian could  trim one herself that would make that  green mail-order hat that Sarah. Bennett's mak'ng such a fuss about, look  like the tail, feathers to a rooster!  There goes- Sarah now. She's got on  her brown taffeta, and if she helps in  the kitchen like she usually does, it's  liable to get, spotted. I declare, 3  almost hope she spoils itl" ^.  Suddenly Grandma laughed at her-,  self; and re3ased";a^Iit_le.': -     ^^������������������YY>  .-"I'm afraid:I'm getting- real' spiteful in nay old Sg^������"shei inurmjareci. :*1  ought to be ashamed; but for Sarah  Bennett to put on airs to a Davis, is  a drop more'n I earcY swallow. There  goes Emmy Bascomb and the twins.  I wish Emmy'd stop and let me see  her new shirtwaist but I suppose she's  in a hurry. She's waving, and so are  the children. They look terribly cute  in their new dresses, one pink���������one  blue, .same as usual.  "Dear me! I don't see how anybody  stands living on a side street where  there's not much passing. I wish I'd  had Charmian put my supper on a  tray in here. I don't want to miss  anything while I'm eating. If only  somebody'd stop in on an errand I'd  get 'em to fi:c it for me. There goes  Gam Garfield, but he's reading his  paper and won't look up. Here comes  an auto. I do b'ileve it's Jimmy Bennett, and���������"     ���������       ���������--  Grandma rapped sharply on the  window, and Jim, who was looking  at the house almost against his will,  saw her summons and stopped his  car. She beckoned, and he came in  asking:  "You want something, Grandma? 1  saw you wave."  "And it's lucky for mo you did,"  sm'lod tho old lady, "I want you  should bring my suppc.1 in xroui the  kitchen. Charmian left it a'l set out  on tho table, but I don't want to miso  the passing Just ns every one's going  to the church. You take that big tin  tray In tlio buttery, and put everything on it. The toa'fl in the teapot,  and all you've got to do Is to pour  hi somo hot water from the kettio. I  don't mind eating a little early, and  mnybo no oho oIbq would bo coming  by that I could ask."  ���������"���������You want it on tho card table,  Grandma?,*' asked Jim affably, 'Til  move it over before I got tho fcant."  "That's right, sonny. It's plain to  boo you're handy about Uio house,  Thoro goes Xttssssle Baker, hurrying as  usual. For a wonder she hasn't got on..  her apron, but she's carrying It in  hor hand. It's real fun eating hero by  tho window, Jimmy, Bott of like having a front soat at tho opora,"  Jim stoadiod tlio Httlo table, and  poerod for a moment Into tho quiet  street.        -. .!���������-., '.,.,,    ,���������>���������������������������  Keep, awake with.  m    *Sm     Y~^*-*  :";-. ;-^o]wBi^^������is:'dsaaig,iTOUB. ' '���������  . Weary miles seem shorter  auadthedaf- is brightened when  you have W-igl������y,������ with you*  Its sugar peps you up. Its  delicious flavor adds to any  enjoyment.  it comes adad HMtKe* the best of It. I've  sometimes thought that if Charmian  only had the chance, she'd be u poet,  like, her grandfather. When she was  a little girl she wrote some real pret-.  ' ty verses about the first violet.   But  she's never had time, to give to It as  her grandpa had/' v  {As he looked up at an ugly crack  _4: the' ceiling,'.:it.-struck this -practical  young man. that-if - Grandpa Davis  had given more time to the farm and  less to poetry, bis granddaughter  wouldn't have to worry iabout finances* Not wishing to voice this thought  he took a mouthful of bread and butter that made speech impossible;!  while Grandma, turning toward the !  window, said: |  "There goes those summer folks'  from over South Wickfield way! Do  you suppose they're going to the  i cburch ? Last time they camie the woman gave two dollars for a loaf of  Emmy's spice cake, though all they  I_H-       Wlfc  Ulfl_.  TI������i_-Ii^T  gsaa  fLll_-JJ___-L_i--_l  tSiafhi������������l^it|E*^|^  7Wl  ���������������tdah LmBf nthflm Mnrites. Ttma-  ^V\ oantla e_in S to IS lba. ia 3 we������tcs  yriih new Ircnhtcd Yeast. SkBncleara  I3ke rua_ic Kerff������s, cottatipatioa  ���������ssisli overoieict. Get IroaLz-d  Yeast tabict������ tzom. druggist today.  Can't say that I see any���������well,  ilarity," he remarked. 41 guess  Charm*an gets some of her ideas  from you, Grandma. She's forever  seeing things that I can't see at ail.  Is that table in the right place? Now  I'll go after the grub."  "'Be sure you don't forget the tea,"  called the old lady as he moved away.  Jim    turned,    his    face    suddenly  gloomy.  "Forgettii-g's not one of my habits,  Grandma Davis," be said soberly.  :''There; areV times "when X wish -to  tli-i-nder it was."  He was gone before Grandma could  reply; but she closed, her eyes a moment in an effort tb get his meaning.  When she opened them the Merrys*  Spitz dog,? Gyppy, was trotting along  the sidewalk opposite carrying a huge  ham bone, and ih watching him hunt  a place to-bury it> Grandma forgot  her helper-till he appeared, bearing a  well-loaded tray.  '  ''He's buried it Under Lizzie Baker's  lilac bush!" she exclaimed excitedly;  "I declare, he's smart as a human being. Probably he's saving it for a  rainy day. He"s" gone off toward the  church again,\tiiinking to get some  more scraps mos^.; likely."  "Scrap3?" ec]toe^F'J=m; pusszledj; a_  he - laid dqwirr "_^^^^eh.: ;��������� - ���������';,." Who', ^are;  you taikirtg; about?;; What's been buried,' under -Miss ��������� -.is-sia's '���������'_ lilac ?:" \ -You r.  sound likeYah^ adventisre stoi^ jGrand-  ma-^-pirates,     you     know,   burying  pieces' of height." .,7  Grandma, chuckled.  "It was a treasure all right, to him,  Jimmy. I'm talking about the Merrys'  Gyppy.  There's  not a cuter dog in  town, and if you ask me, I'll say hie  knows a sight more than some a* the  Wickfield voters do. What's all this  stuff for, sonny? I don't need two  forks or���������-"  "Maybe not," replied Jim, a twinkle appearing in his brown eyes, "but  I'm si, conse'entious objector on the  subject of eating with my fingers���������  that Is, when it can be avoided.  There's plenty here for two, and���������"  "You going to stay?" broke in  Grandma, beaming.  "I thought If I hinted plain enough  that perhaps you'd do the rest,"  grinned Jim: and with a flourish he  set a small, round shortoake in the  centre of tho table,  were asking for it was.one-fifty. She  wouldn't take the change; and she  bought all Charmian's fudge and your  mother's g'nger cookies. It's a wonder her folks weren't sick with all  that sweet stuff in the house at once.  Is it true that they'fe'going to set off ���������  fireworks on the common after supper? Mrs. Merry told us they were  thinking of It. I'd admire to see 'em.  I've never seen all the fireworks I'd  like to see."  <To Be Continued).  tittle Helps For This Weet [  "By works a man Is justified, arwl  not by faith orily.'r���������James is. 24.  No answer comes to those that pray  . And idly stand,,  AnS wait for stones to roll away  At God's command;  He'will not break the binding cords.  Upon us laid, ���������  If we depend* on pleading words,  Y    And will not aid.  I  ���������  ���������  i  To    Asthma    Sufferers.   Dr. J, D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy comes like  a helping hand to a sinking swimmer.  It gives new life and hope-^some-  iiiing he has" come to "believe impossible. Its benefit is too evident to be  questioned���������=-it is its own best argu  The great human duties axe^prayear  and work,���������prayer for every needed  blessing, and work to realize it,���������  prayer, as though God must do th������  whioie, and work, as though, we must  do it ourselves. These are the tw������  poles of. th.e great ga!vanTc battery.  ���������Rosweli Dwight Hitchcock.  1  A Fool-Proof Blimp  Manufacture of a "fool proof* family, blimp, costing $1,000, is under way  by Anton Heinen, war-time commander of German Zeppelins. The craft w_H  ment���������its own best advertisement. If be 95 feet long, with speed 75 m'les  ���������jrou suffer fr6m7_u3tlima get this time- an hour, and inflated with non-innam-  tr?ed remedy and fuid belp like thou- m.Mn pas'  sands of others. " ;..,������i������������i_ ������w.  i:  Battalions Perpetuated  The perpetuation of the 1st Canadian Mounted Rifles Battalion, C.E.F.,-  jointly by the .Manitoba Mounted  Rifles and the Saskatchewan Mounted  Rifles has-been authorized, according  to a__noimcement by the Department  of National Defence, Ottawa. ..  ..Worms in children, If they be not  attended to,-.cause convulsions, and  often death. Mother Graves* Worm  Sxterrainator will protect the children  from these distressing afflictions.    <  Y ^With)i_������\tla5S;: nest^SO-j^ar^Y-lf; sot  aooaer, eight people out of every. 20  win be wearing spectacles, according  to eye specialists.  ������_>nard's~50 Year Kecord of Success.  A fortune awaits the inventor of a  lifeboat that will float on a sea of  trouble.  Jxist place a  glass or cup  over the opened ,_ki and. the contents  Will keep perfectly. Eagle  Brandhasbeerithelcadirig  baby food since 1857.  fBii  SAlf  CHAPTER VH.  ^Wcll," exclaimed Grandma, as her  self-inv'ted guest drew up a chair and  proceeded to pour this tea, "that is  real cozy I It's not often that I have  company when Charmian's away.  She'll be au"prised enough when I toll  hor I had the handsomest young man  In town to supper w'th mo. Give mo  a. drop more cream, Jimmy. This tea's  bo hot I can't drink it. Maybe you'd  have had a better supper at tho  church; but you can console yourself  remembering that it's a kind deed to  keep an old woman company."  "I didn't hint for that invitation in  order to do any k'nd deed," replied  Jim amiably, "but bocauso I wanted  to stay. You don't seem old to mo,  Grandma. Somo ways you acorn  ���������younercr than Charmlan.  To his surprlso Grandma's fnco bo-  borod. .'^  "BomotlmoB I think I fool younger/'  sho admittoa\ "Charmian's got too  much responsibility on her shoulders  ���������has had, ovor slnco she was born.  Ono thing, sho works too hard; and  thoro are times whan sho gota dia-'  couragod though -ho doesn't Hay so.  Tho Davlses novor woro folks to  whin, about tilings., Thoy talco Ufa as  TM-'TT" -m    im      .  _feerf/e*������  FainT  Soma folks talcs pnfn for sjrantotl.  They lot a cold "run its courso."  *Thoy wait for thoU- noadnchos to **woar off.*1  ��������� % If Buffortopr from neuralRln or from nourltlsv  thoy rely on feeling better in the morning1.  Meantime, thoy suffer unnecessary pain.  Unnecessary, becauao ftbore is nn antidota.  Aspirin tftblote always oflfor Immediate retlof  from various aches and pains wo one������ had. to  enduto. If pain porsints, consult your doctor  as to ita causo*  . jSrvo youraolf n lot of pain and iHncomfort  throuffh ,tho many, provon usos of Aspirin*  AnpMn Itsafc. Alwayo tho aame. All arm*  stores with complete dfrectlona.  l**! KIN  -      -TIIAOSMAnKIUW.    ' v THIS" UKISSTiHN   K__V1BW  ^[���������yii^.y.i^l.y.^i y.V-V|>-V,V'-,*~^'~1*^*^ ' V^~'*~,*~'*~'*^*~'*V''������*~'^l^^���������V���������������r^~'���������^^^"^^^^ V~'^���������������������������*l^ W  Some   Reasons  Ifor  VxO  Courteous and Efficient Service always.  Merchandise of Dependable Quality,  in   both   Time   and   Money.  ���������Savings  You   can   depend   on   a   full   line   of  fSGJCan    t,j%iYi\c,&s   ixijuj'MJ'a   nere   at  a// times.  Oraston Valley Go-Operafivs Assn.  *fSl  "_*  *S  CRESTON  Two Stores  ERICKSON  Local and Personal  Violet3 v.-. bloom were reported at the  first 01 the week.  FOR   SALE���������House   and   four lots.  Enquire at Review Office.  FOR  SAX.E���������Light  wagon, in   good  shape.   Enquire Review Office.  FOR SALTS���������Good ranch horse, about  1300 lbs.   W. H. Kemp, Erickson.  FOR SALE���������Team wagon, low wheels,  good shape.   K. Andrew, Creston.  FOR SALE���������Essex Coach, six, $400 on  terms.   Rev. R. E. Cribb. Creston.  FOR RENT���������Land in shape for  cultivation.   Mrs. Arrowsmith, Creston.  FOR SALE���������Jersey   cow,  good milker.   G. W.  ey   cow,  well bred,  Taylor, Wynndel.  ROOMS     FOR     RENT���������Furnished  rooms for rent.   AddIv Mrs. R. S. Bevan.  ^V .   A -.-���������������������������������.  _,  *- ^^ i_jJW* i__g_M__^_^J���������_���������������������������__���������.  _���������������������������������������������_..  ��������� f-    -----^    -.*.-.*.-.A.A.*.A.A.t  IB   _B _9____  H ..nn  i HUi  Vfisar  a uui  and we will DELIVER them  ������ ������*__  SAME  AFTERNOON  Fresh and Smoked Fish  Brookfieid Pork Sausage  Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon  CHOICE BABY  BEEF  PORK and LAMB  PHONE 20  LIVESTOCK BOUGHT  Creston  Market  CHAS. PECK, Manager.  I  NEW  Consisting of L  ttest Patterns in  VOILES,   BRODCLOTH  GEORGETTE  RA YONS  We  have  50 DRESS LENGTHS in these  lines and can supply your  Summer needs at attractive  prices !  -gam _ J^m4W       VaM**%L    yg������ ������*lA      *Wt"'<N_      AllDl'",R-. jUK  (L_^^ J^L ^ttlM.        B i i.i_*        M      rlrf        H in_        Q    JB fthw������������������'  mHy m r\ w 4_3   1 Cd   mCf   mt\^ *Z?  DryGondmpGroceriert.    PHONE 3    Furniture,Hardware   ftj  __^:w__������_������iri ^M-_ti_mriiMi^^  ������������������-'���������-��������� -- ������������������--*���������- - "���������������������������-   *-*]������������������"���������   ,  HJlUltTl-" t;[  BULL FOR SALE���������Thoroughbred  Ayrshire bull, 3 years old. J. F. Rose.  Creston.  HOUSE FOR RENT���������Small residence  with water, about 1H miles from towc.  G: o. Murrell, Creston.  WANTED���������Offers to clear % acre, of  land of second growth brush, no stumping.   C Hqtlm, Creston.  Thos. Stewart of Nanaimo arrived at |  the end of the week to take a position on  Chas. O. Rodgers office staff.  FOR SALE���������Good work horse, going  cheap. Also some potatoes and vegetables.   E. Nouguier, Canyon.  Mrs. J. F. Warren and daughter, Mary  lyn,   -were  renewing   acquaintances   at  Rossland at the end of the week.  EGGS FOR HATCHING���������Purebred  White Leghorns, 75c. for sitting of 15  eggs.   Mrs, Wearmouth, Canyon.  FOR SALE���������Gramaphone and 40  records. $10. Also a quantity of cooking  utensils.    Mrs. W. K. Brown, Creston.  The Old Timers organization are considering staging their annual oldtime  dance on the evening of Monday, April  21st.  HATCHING EGGS FOR SALE���������  White Wyandotte hatching eggs. Prices  on application. Fred Powers, Camp  Lister.  * FOR SALE-r2 h.p. spray outfit, will  sell with or without engine, going at a  bargain.   Also one-horse plough.    Percy  Boffey, Creston.  During his stay in Creston the bishop  of Kootenay was a guest of Rev. A. Gar-  lick at the rectory. Y  The first touch of summer weather  was in evidence at the middle of the  week. The mercury got up to 59 in the  shade on Wednesday.  The best attended bridge of the past  two or three seasons, was the curlers at  home on Friday night, which attracted  a turnout of 26 tables.  LAND FOR SALE���������20 acres of improved land, buildings and plenty of  water; goes for price of improvements.  E. NOUGUIER, Canyon.  FOR SALE���������Buggy, and light delivery  wagon with four strong springs, all in  very good condition, any reasonable offer  taken.   V. Brixa, Creston.  R. B. Stages, .sales manager for Sales  Service, Limited, paid Creston a business  visit at the first of the week, arriving  from Kelowna on Monday.  FOR SALE~3-year old Jersey cow,  milking good. No. 12 DeLaval cream  seperator. Also some horse and cow  feed    E. Nouguier, Canyon.  LOST���������Between Wynndel and Creston  or in Creston village, auto license plate  Number 51549. Reward to finder leaving plate at Kootenay Garage,'  Creston.  At the March meeting of the fall fair  directors on Wednesday last it was  decided to again permit exhibitors to  make two entries In all sections of the  exhibition.  W. M. Vance of Nelson, a former manager of Creator, sub-central of the Ap-wet-  a.od Growers, was renewing acquaintances in town a couple of dayB at the first  of the week.  Members of t e Farmers' Institute are  reminded of tho quarterly meeting nt  tiho town hall on Saturday afternoon at  2 o'clock. The. Institute membership is  now ovor 60.  Creston Light & Powers Company havo  this week added the Bank of Commerce  and the Parish Hall to ite list of "Juice"  UBera. Wiring of residences for the light  continues brisk.  H. A. Nicholson of Nelson, Kootenay  superintendent for tho Kootenay Telephone Company, Ltd., along with Roy  Hnrrto, of Cranbrook. wero hore on a  buaineas visit Friday.  Erie Whoolor, manager of'the Kootenay garage, wan a weekend visitor nt  Cranbrook, making tho return trip by  auto. Hu reports the highwiiyn in poor  annuo for motor traffic.  A rlmncn to nuretiaflo furniture and  ranch equipment i������ afforded In the Halo  nt \h" VnnoMM ranch nt Allen Siding on  Nntnrriny nftornonn, oommenomK ������t 2  oMook.   Tornifc aro cash,  LOST���������From roadside near P. R.  Truscott's house, part of children's play  wagon. Will finder kindly return. Any  information gladly received. W. J.  Truscott; Creston.  The Women's Auxiliary of Christ  Church have afternoon tea with sale of  work and home cooking, at the Parish  Hall on Saturday, March 29th, from 3 to  5.30 p.m., to which all are incited.  Excavation has been started for the  basement of the six-roomed bungalow C.  H. Hare is erecting on the lot he has  acquired at the north end of town, about  opposite the Church of England rectory.  Al. Hendren has the contract for the  erection of a commodious residence for  W. Fraser on the lot he recently purchased on Victoria Avenue. Work of  excavating for the basement is under  way.  Mrs. Bell of Strathmore. Alberta: Mm.  Stirling of Acme, Alberta; Mrs. Abra-  hmeon of Kimberley, and Phil. Hurry of  Spokane, were here last week attending  the funeral of their father, the late Fred  K. Hurry.  Four carloads of seeding equipment ir-  cluding.tractors arrived this week for the  ! syndicate of American farmers who "will  | operate the Reclamation Farm.   Experts  from the factory are here helping set the  machinery up.  The students and two planes attached  to the aviation school that has been con-  ductd here for the past three months  by Consolidated Mining & Smelting  Company of Canada, Limited, were  transferred to Kaslo on Thursday last,  where pontoons are being used for operations on Kootenay Lake. The school  will be in charge of pilot MePhee, as  pilot W. Jewitt has been transferred for  operations in northern Alberta.  Miss Rita Elliot, the Vancouver evangelist, who has had charge of a three  weeks' special campaign at the Eull Gospel Mission, takes her last service on  Sunday ev ning, and goes from here to  Grand Forks for a similar stay, with an  opening due for Tuesday night.  _ ^  -   _^. -. ^fc ���������.^_^_y���������^---__-._---.  __BkAdBkJMMhdMHhAtfa  ���������v  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  Gome in before  the end of April i  and Get a Real  "V <������1 V������?   V_*llJLiU_  i  New   Black & Decker  Valve Refacers.  New "Valve Seat  Reamers.  New Low Prices on all  PLYMOUTHS  Greston Motors  Main St. at Barton Ave.  "^���������wxf'V T'f yv'fH  ���������-'���������-"-'���������  m Stock  _t  I  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 trirhmed.  VARNISHED TILE for Bath and Kitchen  75c. per double roll.  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