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 I,.***-*-"  H������W*  V Ob     JV-S-i* i  0-a-ESTOK-.^'R.C,,.^^BiDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1930  No. 52  Cresfoe Offered  made for the Institute birthday party on  March 22nd, whicb is open to all.   The |  e'ft"friI4*  S_i_I _s*_?  iasebal  _ _. _,  U1W-  Meeting Sunday to  Reorganize  Grestca Glub^ad Discu  Whole Si.uatior.���������Fsneneii-g  Not Considered Difficult.  Ail interested in more and better baseball should be at tbe meeting on Sunday  afternoon at Creston Hotel, when the  local club -will be reoreanized and plans  laid for the 1930 season.  Recently Creston has been invited to  enter sn interuKtional league along with  "Lifoby, Montana, and' Sandpoint and  Bonners Ferry, Idaho, and in this connection a" special eommittee of F. Putnam, R. Walnssley and M. J. Beninger  have just about completed a canvass of  the community to see just about what  financial support can. be looked for, and  derstandl theyare quite well pleas-  nr*-. *_*v  -ww *_���������   **������������������*-*>_. ������_tv������**J-*_*.  ed with the response.  In addition to the international circuit  there is likely to be an Bast Kootenay.  league into which Creston can get, along  with Lumberton, Kimberley and Fe||pe,  and one of the things to be dpcldecf "on  Sunday is which circuit Creston will play.  Present plans would have the inter-  aatkmal group open the season at about  June 1st, and Creston would be assured  a fast article of ball every other Sunday  afternoon throughout June, July and  August.  The intention is to make tbe game  purely amateur. Each club will enroll  whatever number of players it is agreed  Wallot each team, and these men will  be the���������only material used'throughout the  seoson, unless penwissioa iagiven, a weak  be given the preference every: 'timer.'ahd  with most of the 1929 team available,  Creston ought _o be able to make a good  showing in any company.  If league baseball -comes the village  council, which now owns the fair groundss  will be asked to spend a few dollars putting the diamond in first-class shape, and  the club will have to arrange to erect the.  customary wire screen behind the catcher,  @@S������&&BS gtltfjjT  matter of entertainment was left to Mrs.  R.   Andestad.   Refreshment   convenors I  Miss Margaret Nygaard has just left  ..__>, _i   ���������     _��������� -       efor Kelson, where^sbe has secured, a pos-  flars. xvl. Hagen.   Suggestions were given *.t.* *V*��������� * j**    v. , ������*  .       . . .'-_ a   -_ j iifcion. and sntends to remain,  as to raising money, and it was decided M,iUU'' "���������" ������*������'������"������-*~ *  to work for a sale of work about September.   Convenors for child welfare were  fin**** "*W-r������T������% o������  _r_ 6*3.  x������-*_;^  _v���������VU������&  --..1  Mrs. R. Andestad. A lengthy discussion  took place on preposed dental clinic. A  hearty vote of thanks was tendered Mrs.  Cooper for presenting the Institute with  the pot of flowering bulbs, which brought  in $5.60 at the whist drive. A first aid  emergency" kit was presented Wynndel  school by the Institute ~  * **-> -.  Mrs. Manuel of Creston is a Wynndel  visitor at present, a" guest of Mrs. J.J  ���������Grady.  Mrs. Charlie Leamy and young son  were Creston visitors last week, guests  of Mrs. H, Christie.  Mrs. Grady returned on Friday from  a visit at Spokane, and is accompanied  by-her grand daughter,  Miss A. Hook,  Miss Jean Crane was a Nelson visitor  a few days last week..  Mrs. "Vankoughnet of Boswell was renewing acquaintances in Wynndel at the  weekend.  Even though- snow flurries are frequent  spring seems to be here Pussywillows  are well -out, and robins are coming  around, also the skunks.  Father Choinel of Cranbrook held  Roman Catholic Church service here on  Monday morning.  Ma*-. I_ister^B orchestra played for a  dance under the orchestra auspices at the  Com-Su-aity bali c_* Friday night, that  was quite well at.-nded.  The Farmera* Institute have the  March meeting on Saturday night. It is  _2p_seied a couple of the directors of  Creston fall fair will be . here to discuss  1930 exhibition with the institute.  John West, nephew of Axel Berggren, -'8  the first in the district to purchase a 1S30  auto    He has just taken delivery of a  Buic fromk Koofss^y garage, Creston.,  John Anderson and his brother, An=  drew, have just been advised of the death  of their mother, which took place at the  old home in Swedeb early this month.  Deceased was 87 years of age.  Miss Ruth Clayton of Nelson is spend  ing a few days  W^li   her  parents,   Mr.  and, Mrs. Matt. Clayton.  Berggren & McQueen are again operating their tie mill in:the timber they took  out at Stony Pointy opposite Lister, last  winter. We hear" they have a contract  for 9000 ties.       ^  J&jgGG Sliiln������f  Robert Willis, who has been a patient  at Cranbrook hospital for the past three.  -weeks, arrived home on Wednesday; last,  dicitis operation.  Residents of Alice Siding will be sorry  no hear that Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Martin  have decided to again make their home  in Alberta, and they ate having a sale of  household effects, implements, e c, on  March 15th.  T. Argyle is now living in his oldtime  home at the  Beazar   place,   which   was  and blckVwhich ther^ * J^**? ^TlJ^S^  can be placed.   And along with this will  have to come better seating arrangements  for the patrons of the games.  While nothing definite has been decided the finance committee hope to be  able to arrange it so all those who have  gone on the guarantee listv-will be presented with a season ticket providing free  admission to all league games. Those  who can not produce season pasteboards  will be asked to contribute via the hat.  Regular-meeting of Wynndel Women's  Institute waa held on Thursday last with  a splendid-turn-out, e en though the roads  we.eln such poor shape. A very satisfactory report was given of tho whist  drive  and dance.   Arrangements, were  years ago, when they first came to Creston. Mr. and Mrs. Argyle have been  living in the Jack Smith place since returning here about three months ago.  managed to bring the marooned ones to  the solid ice. Both the'automobile and  truck were later .drawn from tbe water.  Mrs. Hairison of Yabk was a visitor  here this week, with her sister Mrs. Mc-  Master.  f V   .  Douglas Putnam, got back last week  from Ji-ve-mere,. at which point he had  been helping with the installation of the  Frank Staples tie mill.  "Lloyd Cartwright of Goatfell spent the  weekeend%t his home here.  I L. Heric arrived home on Sunday for  | a short stay at the ran cb to get spring  1 work started.  Mr. and Mrs. Bert Young spent a few  days in Creston this week, guests of Mr.  sxid B_rs. "Bush.  W. G. Littlejohn is back from the  coast   where be has been .for the past  month. He represented the Valley at  annual meeting of the B.C.F.G.A. at  Vancouver at the end of January, and  has been reappointed director for the  Creston district.   .  Percy Bogey, who ia handling the  sale of the B.C. Nursery Company stock,  specializing in tbe Riohared Delicious  apple, has just been advised of what is  claimed to he the world's Tecord for two  year apple production. On the L. J.  Richardson ranch'of 5% acres ait Wenat-  chee, Was .,412 Richared Delicious in  li>29 produced 7325 packed boxes, and  bad a showing of 7512 boKes for 1928.     *  Church Members  Giye Liberally  Additional $5 per Member  Trinity United Church Would  be Self - Supporting Banquet  Guests are Informed.  MrsifRisdon; cfl JBtrathmore,  is a visitor here this month, a  her sister, Mrs. B. Haskins.  Alberta,  guest ������f  Mr. and Mrs. Ered Brownrigg; who  have spent the past two months with  -heir daughter, Mrs; V. Mawson, .returnedjto their home in Yahk on Sunday.'  Under the ^uspiees of Creston  and   .District Women's  Institute, in the  Parish Hall  Two dozen players were out for the  weekly session of tbe whist club on Friday night at Mrs. Kelly's, and the prize  scores were made by Mrs. Webster and  Mr. J, C. Martin., Tonight Mrs. Bourne  will be hostess to the whisters.  Mr. and Mrs. Tooze were treated to a  surprise party on Tuesday night last  when a party of almost 70 neighbors  dropped in unexpectedly and made an  enjoyable night of it with dancing and  other amusements, including a dandy  midnight lunch. Tom Trevelyan, accor-  deon; and Bob Marshall, drums, supplied the music for tbe dance.  " Mrs. H. A. McKowan of \ Cranbrook,  who. lectured at-lC^eston on Friday night,  Mrv axidl^^^d^^wiy^^^:^y '.'.' ��������� ifr^l'"  P. Heric was a visitor at. JCranbrook  over the weekend. He reports-Marion  doing nicely, but it will be two or three  weeks yefc before she can leave the hospital.  Windermere news in Cranbrook Courier: While proceeding in an auto truck  and an automobile from his logging camp  at Goldie Creek, F. V. Staples, late of  Creston, and two of his employees in the  darkness took a direction off the main  ice road across the ice on Windermere  lake and were led . into a part where  there was m6r������ or less open water. Before their speed could be stoppe 1 both  the truck and the car went over the edge  into about seven feet of water. It was  by tbe merest stroke of good fortune  that it was not deeper. From,their posr-  itions- they were able to crawl out onto  the top of the closed car and shout for  help. Their cries in the darkness reached the sharp ears of John Shibley who  was rnilching cowp for the night delivery.  He summond his father who went to the  aid while the boy called up Constable  Pritchard who was soon on the, way to  the rescue.   The rescurers built rafts and  Lists**  Cards at 8.13 p.m.  A TT R A OTIV K . VtolZ ES  * Luiiicli flervtNd.  Admission . . ��������� 50c.  AU, A HE.INVITED.  CrB&iwoodf  Clms. Moore of Creston was a business  caller last week, surveying the Acreage  recently purchased by Monrad Wfgcn,  He reports tho snow in tho 'bills the  deepest In at least sik years.  Elgie and Lawrence Miller of Rutland  wore weekend visitors at Crestwood.  The snow fa fast going on tho flats,  north of Dutch's Ridge, and thornoadow-  larlcs are tuning up, ho we hope that  spring is just around the corner.  Fred and Hnrry Smith of Creston were  among the callers at tho first of the wook,  Joe Wein, of Car-stair a, Alberta, wub-  comblnlng business with pleusure on a  visit hero this week.  Mr, Fletcher, who hna had tho Kloek-  marib ranch on lease the past three  years, and Hownrcl Englhih wore Cre������t-  wood calle'ra Inst woolc Mr. Fletcher  has vacated tho'Kloahmann farm nnd fa  now locating nt Colvllle, Wash., tnlrinis  with him 87������ head of cattle .and horaco  that have been grazing hero,  LOST���������Between ranch and Crouton  Zork typo nveme gun for auto.: Hownrcl  nnid finder.    Perry MofTey, Crcpton.  Growers, Attention  CreRton Growers, Ltd.,, announce  a public meeting of orchardists  to be held in the j  United Church Basement  * - i ������������������  on  TUES., Mar. 4  at THREE p.m.  1 ii   |, ���������,  The meatpng will be (addressed by  RD  who will   discuss  tho  proposed  amendments   to*'the'!-* [Pnii-t  M&rk-lirig  Act,   atid   ioklier  mattorfl  of  .ntereat-   to   tho  fru!iu orowaer.  All Orcbardlsts am invltei  Alf. Wellspring spent a few days in  Spokane last weekP where he was combining pleasure -with the business of having some dental -work attended to.  A. R. Bernard, has returned to the  Beeves-McDonald mine after holidaying  ���������for .a., couple-!; of > weekaiat^: hi5v_anch:bere.:  ..Rev. C.,Basse of Creston .".was. here on  Sunday afternoon for "Lutheran Church  service, whicb was well attended.  A. E. Dent, who has been occupying  the former Millihgton place, has definitely decided to purchase the Weaver ranch  of 30 acres on Section 7P aflnd -with Mrs.  Dent and family are next week moving  to their new home.  A. Krygsveld, who has been in charge  of the farm at Camp 2 for some months  past; is moving to Creston. where he has  leased a ranch and will reside in future.  Mrs. Reno House underwent an operation at Bonners Ferry hospital on Saturday, and latest reports indicate that ahe  is making a satisfactory recovery.'  Miss Doris Yerbury is on a visit with  her sister, Mrs. Pat Holland, Kimberley.  Jas. Duncan, who is cooking for the  road crew at, Washout  Creek,,  was  a  weekend visitor at bis home hero.  Lister Trading & Supply Company are  taking into stock another part carload  shipment of the well known Ogllvie flour  and in this shipment is a full supply of  poultry feeds.  Rqv. A. Garlicls will be here on Sunday morning for Anglican Church service,  which will Include a celebration of Holy  Communion. Sunday school wiM be at  10 o'clock.  Mr. and Mra. A. W. Sinclair were at  home on Thursday evening last at bridge  at whicb four tables of players participated and the pri^e scores made by Mrs.  Harold Langston and A. R. Bernard,  with, consolation honors falling to Mrs,  Bnlcer and Geo. Jacks. A ^ory dainty  lunch was served at the close of play and  all the guests report n moBt enjoyable  evening.  On Saturday night Mr. and Mirs. Chas.  Huseroft were hosts to tbe members of  tho Community Society at their bdmo at  Huseroft, entortulning at oi������ht tables oil  bridge. High scores were made by Mrs,  It. Stevons and A, W. Sinclair, and the  consolation award waa mado to Geo.  Jacks, The. radio-wns working fine, and  tho music, ami lunch rounded out an  ovonlng that nil vory much appirecllated.  TI10 Gorman settlora in Camp Lister  had a meeting on Thursday hint, nt  which future opwatlona wore fJUiacutiaed  nnd it wus decided to take advnwtago of  tho o-ffor of the Land Setttemon't Board  and purchase about 40 bond of jp'U-obrod  Ayrshire cnttlo, which will ho distributed  ffj u-uu two U* mx 9i<md> ucvofdinu: to t-udi  The Beaver Brotherboon of Trinity  United Church staged their annual banquet in the church hall on Tuesday even-  ing: lastF the attendance totalling sixty,  and besides tbe mpmbersi-and their wives  included the ofiicisls Bnst their- wives and  lady friends off the United Church congregations,, at Canyon, Wynndel and  Creston f with the Brotherhood president,  Fred Lewis, m charge of proceedings.  Along with the customary toasts the  occasion was taken>practical advantage  of to present some vital features of United Church Hffe, these including talks by  Rev. D. Gray of Fernie; who was delegated by the Kootenay presbytery to discuss with the local congregation- the  matter of becoming self-supporting, and  in this connection some interesting figures were submitted.  In 1925 official records show that the  Creston charge of two circuits raised a  total of $980, or $21.60 per member,  while in 1929 Creston charge- of one circuit raised $2845, or $39 per member.  In 1925 Creston charge of two circuits  received $1660 from Methodist and  Pr-esbyterian mission funds, while in 1929  Creston charge of one circuit received  but $400 from United Church mission  fund.  It "was pointed out that this average'of,  $39 per niemher is the highest of asd-  receiysng circuits in Sootenay presbytery,  and exceeds the average of four self-Bup-  j^x^^^p^eeB^ payroll towns.   Dur-  Cribb, gave a report of Kootenay presbytery, held in Nelson earli er in the week.  Tn addition to the Fernie pastor, the  gathering was favored with the attendance of Rev. C. A. Ryckably of Wardner,  who- proposed the toast to the Church..  The toast list follows;  The King.  Our ��������� Country-Proposed by "Ifr". J.  Truscott;   response by Frank Bunt.  Our Guests���������Proposed by Mr. Hewitt;  response by Hilton Young-  Beaver Brotherhood���������W. J. Craig.  The Ladies-���������Proposed by O. M. Samuel-son;   response by Mrs.   Kernaghan.  The Church���������Proposed by Rev. C. A.  Rickaby;   response by Rev. D. Gray.  At appropriate intervals there was  community singing led by W. J. Truscott,  into whicb all present joined heartily.  farmer's capabilities. Tbe cattle are to  be delivered about April 1st, and arrangements are already completed to  ship cream to Nelson creamery.  ��������� ts ,  Ladies, Attention!  MISS A. EDDY* late of  Calgary, has charge of  the Beauty Partor at the  A. E. FRENCH Barber  Shop*  WE DO  MARCELLING  WATER WAVING  Ladies* Facial Treatments  Wo guarantee not to  burn tbe hair.  Give us a trial and  convinced.  .Regular priices.  be  Exchange Barber Shop  A. K. FRENCH, Pi-up.. Delleiaus Salvia ^pgallfsr  %m an Inexpensive luxiwjr  Speeches Have To Be Translated Into  HSngiish and French  Dr. Caroline MacDonalcl, of ILondon,  Ontario, -who has spent many years  in. Tbkia;--������h social service and prison  reforsa work, last year accompanied  the Japanese labor representative' to  the International Labor Conference in  Geneva*, "ias interpreter. This waa no  easy task, the Eastern and Western  languages differing- so radically. During the ten days' preparation, in  Geneva for tho great confereaice,  which lasted three weeks, Dr. Mac-  Donald lhad to translate all speeches  from -the Japanese to the __ngllsh( as  English, and French were official languages to be used, and following the  address- of the Japanese reprasenta-  i.t 0������i_.v,'2. of the movingf picture record of the 1 tive, Bhs mounted the    tribune    Mid  *FtobSs Sffosaa t lie'gardens9  1 fee   I rue  Spirit  Interpreters At Genera  -great Boy Scout JamDorec, held in England last _umraer, in which 50,000  boys from all parts of the world participated. His Excellency, the Governor-  General,, Lord Willing-don. In am Introductory speech, spoke to the Boy  Scouts and Garl Guides present "very particularly and ip all seriousness,"  Baying:  "You, young as you are, must Itnow, we all know, that since the years  of the Great "War, all the nations of the world have been striving "by conferences, by pacts and; agreements, and by personal negotiations to get rid of  the terror of future warfare. The I_eague of Nations "has during the past  ten years done a great and noble sex-vice to secure this end. But I am  inclined to feel myself that tliLs younger League of NatEons is the most  "hopeful organization to- achieve "what we are striving for.  "Under this association you are al! growing up tilled with the spirit of  goodwill and good fellowship to all others, to do your good turn each day  to one another, in whatever country your future work may find you, whatever the race and colour of that other may be. I "beg of you all to let that  spirit guide you In your future lives, for it is by that spirit which teaches us  to think welL and not in of our neighbour, that we shall in time attain; our  great goal, peace among the nations of the world,"  These words of His Excellency are most timely because, if there is any  one thing ���������calculated to nullify the efforts of statesmen La all countries,  destroy the unifying work of many organizations, and bring to ntaught the  prayers of _aiUioi_s of people, it Is the persistent and poisonous propaganda.  of & few evil-minded persons who see gain, for themselves, or temporary  advantage for some cause they espouse, through the division of peoples and  nations along racial or religious lines, and the cultivation of feelings of  suspicaosi, 311-wiU, and antagonism among and between thens.  It !s prrthably t<oo much to hope that those individuals -who are, serving  their own selfish ends by such unpatriotic conduct at home, and destructive  gave it in English to the non-Japanese  speaking section of the audience:  The interpreters at Geneva are the  eighth wonder of the world, says Dr.  MacDonald. By an ingenious arrangement of telephones in the hall of  meeting, interpretation of the speeches into two or more languages follows one sentence after the actual delivery. Telephones were at each desk,  and each member dialed on whatever  _s.ugu&g<fi tliey wishod to hear.  ���������������������  A  ARE YOU RUN DOWN  AND NERVOUS?  of peace and hi  _....,, ��������� ���������   . _. recognized the world over as a woa  erhood abroad, will cease from their evil ways. They are   derfSi blood-builder and    nerve    re-  All That Is Needed Is a Tonic To  Build Up the Blood  There are thousands of people -who  really find life a burden. They "have  endured nervousness, sleeplessness  and a .general run-down feeling, so  long that' they have given up hope  of again enjoying good health. Rest  and a olood-building tonic are all  that is recraired to restore health and  vitality.    " Such a tonic is found, is  ���������Pir>."k Pillat       TThSy 8MT6  Are you prepared to rei-der  first aid and quick comfort the  rwviWAn*-    vm,f    w-rt.i.nrre4- at"    t������rs<s    a*������  ��������� M.J...H. f    ������������������ _U jf    ���������������_..-_,���������___      - ������._.���������. ���������___  upset of any sort? Could you do  ��������� tho right thing���������5*_s*racdiatcly~������  though the emergency came without warning-���������perhaps tonight?  Castoria is a mother's standby at  such times. There is nothing like  it tn emergencies, and nothing  better for everyday use. For a  sudden attack of colic, or the  gc-iilc^TcKcf of constipation; to  allay a feverish condition, or to  soothe, a fretful baby that can't  sleep. This pure vegetable p.epa-  ���������*n>^ns>ftW-     ���������**     r* "t*������*_--p*������*. '���������������*.������*-_"*���������������*    ������ *-l    >o*vw._*i-������    ���������-������*=������  harmless as the recipe on tbe  wrapper reads. If you see Chas.  H. Fletcher's signature, it is  genuine Castoria. It is harmless  to  the   smallest   infant;  doctors  will tell you so.  You can tell from the Teeipe on  the -wrapper how mild it is, and  how good for little systems.  But   .r_        -'j.*.      f ���������  ifs      ._  ailing youngster.   If is  just, as     child is grown.  life Saved By Hy-irus  An Unusual Picture  British. Soldier Suspected Of Being a   Sunset On Moon Taken "With Metios  Spy, Had l&Jarrow "Sseape  How a British soldier escaped death  as a suspected spy at the hands of the  Picture Camera  Motion pictures showing sunset aa  the moon waa one of the features* ox  fully alive to* the harm tiiey are doing, but that counts for nothing with  them "becaus-e they are reaping some small and temporary selfish benefit  themselves. But there are bright hopes for the future if the boys and girl������  of today learn the better way, and in the activities- of everyday life emulate  the life and example of the Great Teacher who went about doing good to all  men, who taught men that love is better than "hate,, who refused to recognize  any distinction between men of different races or creeds, but emphasized at  all times the common brotherhood of man and Fatherhood of God.  Just as the serpent brought evil and discord into the first Garden of  Eden, so do the serpents of today in many disguises seek to keep alive.all , __-_ _-...������- _._.     ._.    the ill-will, suspicions, prejudices and passiCns engendered in the bygone i a specialist- and he sent me to tEe  years of a less civilized era in the world's history. These fermentors of strife ^^-^I^r^tL^-S^pTtal to Se  at i-OiAe are the first line of defence maintained by those who desire for gain " *���������      ~ -  storer.  Mrs. F. G. Granier, Toronto, Ont.,  bears testimony to the worth of these  pills. She says:���������"Five years ago,  after a life of perfect health, I became ill. Not seriously at first, just  no appetite, no pep and no sleep. I  gradually grew worse. I became pale  and listless; my arms and feet were  badly swollen and although I doctored all winter my condition did not  : improve. In .the spring I went to see  to keep the nations armed to the teeth, and who foment and precipitate  ���������wars.  The League of Nations is striving with every means at its control to  allay racial suspic&ons and ill-will. While engaged with practical problems  of disarmament, aaad other concrete causes of strife, the League is devoting  possibly ever. .nore attention to educational influences. The efforts made to  raise the status of women and children in backward countries, to improve  labor countries everywhere, to put an end to white slavery and the traffic  In -narcotics, all have Bs their underlying object the removal of causes of  friction, misunderstandings, and ill-will among people, and the development  of a spirit of world brotherhood. The Balkans have long been recognized as  the danger spot off "Europe, and the reason is found in racial and religious  ���������suspicions and prejudices. Once these can be allayed, peace in Europe will  be largely assured,  Lord Willingdon sees in the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides one of the most  hopeful movements for future world peace, while Sir Phillip Gibbs has  declared that the Junior Red Cross in banding the youth of all nations under  the common banner of service for humanity, offers the most hopeful sign of  the dawning of a better day. The Y.M.C.A. is engaged in tho same work  among young men. of all races, colours and creeds.  Evil-minded men may stir up strife for a time hero and there; they may  appear to reap a measure of success; but 'it is temporary, and when the  passion of the moment subsides, and peoplo realize how thoy have been  fooled for an ulterior purpose, it will be found their actual achievements  have been nil. Hato may influence people for a time, but love in tbe long  run will conquer. It alwaya has; it always will, lor love alone is enduring.  conditio-* than when I entered it and  went home a nervous wreck. I remained ill at home all summer and  entered the hospital again in the fall  where I was under observation for  three weeks and although, everything possible was done for me I did  not improve. ^Shortly after this a  friend advised me to -take Dr. ���������Williams'* Pink PHla as a blood builder  so I sent for a supply. -I do not know  when I first noticed an - dmprove-  men in my condition. It seemed to  come to me gradually. I began to  sleep betters my meals so long distasteful were beting eagerly awaited  and enjoyed. I began to show an  interest in what was going on around  me. Tho color came back to my face  and strength to my limbs. I persisted in the use of the pills and soon  I was well and happy again. That  is five years ago .and ever since I  have been able to do all my housework and have not had the least return of my former trouble."  If you are feeling run down give  Dr. Williams' Pink Fills a fair trial  and new health will be yours. . You  can get them from any medicine dealer or by mail at 50 cents a box from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  ���������Brockvillc, Ont.  French; by singing a nyion,. was re- ' the annual exhibit of the Carnegie  lated to the* Ghapel-en-le-Frlth Institution, of Washington. The fiim  (Derbyshire) Board of Guardians.        j was made at the Mt. Wilson Observa-  The man Joseph G. Davidson, who ' tory, in California, with a motion pic-  had sought relief during a recent _n- ture camera attached to the great 100-  disposition, served with the Expedi- inch reflecting telescope. Like the  tioaary Force in France during hte earth, the moon rotates, thus causing  war. He was taken prisonert and the sua to rise, cross iiae sky land set,  after spending 2^_ years at various but as the moon takes twenty-seven  camps in Germany escaped into the and one-third days, instead of twenty-  French lines. Here inquiries were four hours to rotate, lunar sunrise  made about Davidson, and informa- and sunset are more leisurely than  tion was received from the British the earthly variety. Because there is  G. H. Q. that the man had been killed no atmosphere on the moon, there ia  in action. no twilight, and the sunset represents  The French promptly ordered him a sharp change from brilliant sunlight  to be shot as a spy, but a few hours to darkness, instead of the gradual  before the firing party were ordered diminution of light on the earth. The  out, a wounded British^ soldier asked film shows the shadows ,of the lunar  Davidson" if he could sing. He sang mountains crawling across the sur-  ' 'Abide With Me," and this so im- face. The actual times occupied in the  pressed his captors, that, they made taking of the nun. was five and one-  further inquiries, and eventually re-  half hours, but it is speeded up in pro-  leased Davidson.  Minard's���������50 YearHecord Of Success.  The Greatest Mystery  According to a western newspaper,  the sweet mystery of life is love, "but  according to a widely held idea the  great mystery of life is how so many  people manage to live up to a Rolls-  Royce standard on a -flivver income.���������r  Boston Transcript.  jectiois, and runs through in a minute  and a half.  Protect the child from the ravages  of worms by using Mother Graves1  Worm Exterminator. j.t is a standard  remedy, and years of "use have enhanced its reputation.  111  i���������.������������������  Steward  (to sea-sick    passenger) 1  "Feel like a cup of tea, sir?"  Passenger: "Do I look like a cup of  tea you idiot?".  "Manitoba Poultry Pool  "Thirteen million dozen eggs were  marketed in 1929 by tho central selling agency of the Manitoba po\iltry  pool, accord'ng to a statement at a  meeting in Winnipeg. Membership in  the pool ia 14,000,  Colonel, inspecting barracks: ''Supposing the barracks were to catch Arc  what would you do?"  Bugler: "Sound mc bnglo, sir!'"  Colonel: "And what call would you  give?"  Buglerr "Conae fire, sir."  \Wm.  "^Wftt  -Phillips:  ������������?Stf"fe  M4rt������O_1������T10W"    r"  ������_ID -.V-lfO**"*  WSCAD.PJCM-.  Od<il Umc For Kgg*i  You might not know it,  but  the  same eggs you use for cook'ng are  used for tunning gloves, and this industry t������ tho cause of importing moro  than 800^000 eggs a year into England. Only tho yolk of Uio egg Is  used In the tanning proccsp.  Wymrt',mfStti&  ���������9*   Jill   flJB* ffimmmfr   l^Q^  B 3 &^Shc^^Q?  For Caturrh.���������It Is one of the chief  recommendations of Dr. Thomaa"*  Ecloctriu Oil that it can bo used internally with aa much succooh as it  can outwardly, Sulforerrs from catarrh  will und that the OH whon used according to directions, will give prompt  rollof. Many-aufferora fromjthls ailment have found- relief In the OH, and  havo sent toatimonlala. ���������,  .   -  What imuny peoplo call UuIlG-Stlou  tautoloaa alkali Ln water will neutral-  very often nturms exce������������ acid In tho  stomach. Tho Btomuch norvoev have  been over-ntlmulittud, nnd food _ouru.  The corrective in ntt. alkali, which n������m������  trah?:������:tii auldM ImauuLly, And the beat  ulliuli Icnown to medlcnl tsckenco la  I'hlklipM' Milk oB Magn������������!a. It hn������ r������-  .rmi.mid the ntimcJard with phyBic-iunu  In the 6(������ yearn mincrv it* invention  tatt lUHtanUy ruatiy timet) aa much  acid, and tho nymptomu disappear nt  once:. You will i.ove. umo crude method*! whon once you learn the ofllcjleacy  of tbla, tlo got a Brnall bottle to try.  Bo uuro to got tha genuine Philllpo*  fttUk of MaRJioaSa proscribed by phyal*  cJunu for &0 y<������i\-H in correcting ex.-  ccnti nculfi, Ifiach battle) contain., full  _to������   ipooului   of   UuIh   huraileMn, I cliruatloww.���������amy Uruy-tor**  AHojgn "S������arn������li������������  Not a ������ingle Ilea o"Kista in tho South  African town of Prlc-lca. So'entlHto  working on a. plague prevqntion survey of Africa, conducted -wide ro-  aoarchofl for tho oluslvo insect bwt at  HPi*Io������lca none woto "found. It In on the  Karroo prairie Frloi-ika 1b siow boo������t������  ing ItHoIf an this "plague-proof''" town,  and dogti offtU natlona look upon It ah  paratll-o.  vs^m������*������**  liftiS^I  *i:!:i  ill  Don't -Let Foods  Stale  Foods- that ordinarily stale quickly  ���������will stay fresh and tempting a surprisingly long time if you" cover  tHem with Para-Sani Heavy Waxed ,  Paper.'  Your grocer, druggist or stationer  has Para-Sani In the hanay, sanitary  .kriife-edged carton., For those \Vhp*  .���������prefer" a' Hgbtc'r 'paper pb-jj' tip In1,  slieet ' forrri ask   for  Appleford's,  ��������� ^Cci.tre,PttU,'-'iPacl,3. -, ���������.��������� ��������� .V '���������'" f*;' ���������;���������-  i:.;i;";::^;^;i::;i;.;,.:^:;:;:j:;  itfiftftil  IJho Mlnanl'M In iho Bialito.  w.   N.  v,  isacr  m  mm  mmmm  44**m*mit*mm  Western Rcprewttaitoese  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO.. RfeClNA, SASK.  via  l'i ��������� TKE : iR/IWJEW, !!0KESTO_ST,   b.   a  Will? j������T MlAf  -T|  Jjiilijlt  jUICTDAlfA  Drl^e Against Orientals  mNS QO_iO &i__DAi_  J  t_a.nue._a,  pool wili be  great  __t_S.~r_*.  estabHshed^itt' Auair-fil-a..;,  There Is some difference as to .whether it will be a l^v^nrux-erit-controlled  body, or un^e^^feid-rjrjctlor.*' of the  wheat growers^t&Shiselyes/ But there  is little doubt that a Commonwealth  wheat marketing body will "be in. operation in a comparatively short time.  A. great conference    between    the  CoH___.s>ttweaitli_   anw  -State- governments, and the Wheat Growers' Association, decided on the Pool. The Fed-?  eral Government wants it to be under  e-overnment  control,  with    a    state  tooard in. each atate operating under a  eoiH-tnoawealth- board-at' Canberra, on  which (1Ac^,state';"i������oardSi   would    be  represented;.The.wheat growers want  C-    * _���������.__!^_   _..-.���������_���������._���������!    ������.������   4-t.n    J?_���������,-^-���������_., .  The - real-; di-fferenc'e,: however, -centres around the gbye^:a^ent ^  ttee-ofia^^tebillk^/ia^co^for^e faxm-  , er.. The' govenntimentu'Jiffer'ed ;to;:-:guar?'  s_ntee 96; cents arbufilh^;'������ar--wh_at-rcTer:;  Hveredat country ^idihg-sv the, csquiv-  -dent of ,?1.0S a bushel f.o;h., for one  year only. The .wheat-growers asked  that this guarantee be extended to  cover three years. Hon. Parker Ma-  lortey, Federal- Minister of ��������� MaxketSj  said the government .could not agree  to extending this guarantee until it  was seen the scheme for ah Australia-  wide wheat pool was in operation.  But when the pool iss. established  and Is working satisfactorily, the g-ov-  ���������ernment will favorably, consider the  suggestion of -extendiruj- "the kuaran-  tee of price, thte_ni^stcr promised.  Record Ei^ff Fer  Winter Fair  Officials ^e __oo__tng For Additional  Stabling Accommodations.  . Brandon, Man.- ������������������? Another record  making entry has' caused the officials  of the Manitoba Winter Fair to look  around I for jaxidi-Uonaistabling accom-  snoda^onsi-'A. -year; ago- every- available^  inch ofs;spac"e .;-wa9"-used in- the Arena  building to take care of the livestock  entrieSif:"and "jsjonae departments were  erana^|L=Wen,:aft'er, some. of' the stock"-  had "be^n taken care--\l'o~f'.'. in outside  barns. v   >���������"-. ���������   ������������������;���������.������������������'  It is expected that -the Hon. T. A.  Crerar wih open the show. . If the  new Minister of Railways, and member for Brandon, can leave Ottawa  even for a short time in March, he  will probably attend the opening of  tho exhibition.  White Canada Association Assies 33.0.  Government For Campaign Fund  Victoria, B.C.���������The British Columbia Government was asked to ascertain, the practicability of the removal  from the country of all Asiatics and  expropriation of all property owned  tion.'  In. arguments presented before the  agricultural committee of the legislature, it was stated that the _3ixa-  ination of-the Oriental from British  Columbia was the most pressing matter before the people today, and that  th? situation was grounds for a grant  of $5,000 to- the White Canada Association for a campaign fund to carry  on an agitation for revision of British  treaties which now bar restrictive local .legislation.  The matter was "brought before the  committee of the advisory board of  the Farmers* Institutes, and was  lspoken .to at; length by A_ B., Smith,  of Cranbrook, secretary ai the "ad-  vfsory- board; 'CV. E.: Hope, - of .the  White! Canada Association, and J. F,  Hampton ��������� Bote,' grand factor*: of the  IWative���������������������������Sons of British Colusxibla. '  " ";-It was-declared that the whites  could^cpmpete Wththe: Chinese but  thafc-theJapanese "were another -matter. -;;Severage"-of .''oo-mp'etition. caused  Hie, whites -to drop out. of ais :h_dus-  tryi'st .-was declared byV'Mr. Smith.  'Hesaid, however, that -there, was sao:  lessening of output, but ��������� an actual increase &s Orientals took up slack production. -      . "  - "To them, it is a -profitable business," he,"'said. "'They have-less overhead, work longer hours, and are willing to work the whole family."  ..Mr.' Hope asked- the. province to  Persist "in re-enacting disallowed legislation until some action -was attain- j  ed._ He 'advised placing pressure on  Ottawa towards attaining a redraft-'  ing: of treaty arrangements. Such redrafts would be acceptable to Japan,  he believed, ������f they were on a basis of  exact" mutuality. ���������  . HnnlmMrt  __|*F_JEU������  For Ch  uarler  John Johnson, chief superintendent  engineer of Canadian Pacific Steamships whose paper "The Propulsion of  ships by ��������� modern. steam, machinery"  has been awarded the gold medal for  1929 by the Council.of the Institution ,  of Naval Architects.     ^  Discuss Peace River Outlet  Private Compaiiy Aslks Alberta <5ov-  ornment For Permission To  Build Lino .    '   '  Edmonton.���������If the   Canadian   National or "t_anadian  pacific Railway ]  companies jointly or individually, will  undertake to build. a  new northern  line g-iving the much -desired  Peace  River outlet to; the coast, information  to that effect will be appreciated by  the legislature; otherwise there Is a  fairly gbod chance of a charter being  granted to the Beaver' Lodge Narawa  River Railway Company,    which    is  asking permission- to construct a line  through  the  Gray Pass",' it was  revealed here.  The bill to incorporate  tho company- was before the railways  High Speed Koad Bill Is Again Before  .Alberta House '  Edmonton, Alberta.���������Supported by  an influential petition containing" the  names of oyer .5,000 residents of  southern and central Alberta- the bill  for.;,a;."chaura_er ��������� incorporating: AlhertsL  TreaJd-wa;^"^  Albert*2e|^ain'_re tl"ttis*-sessiQn for the  third. time, < sponsored this year by  Donald:Cameron;,U.F.A., Innisfail.  The bill provides for the incorporation of a company wlhich undertakes  to lay concrete:highways of siot less  than 18 feet in width, from "Edmonton to -; Calgary,, from. Calgary to  B___f^ and from Ga!**ar-,T to Z_**aclecd  T-etfebridge and Cdutts. ......  Construction of the trackways is to  be commenced .within 'two years, and  completed witiiin five years of the securing of the charter.  The idea back of the plan is' for  a system of safe, speedy, all-weather  highways, constructed of ���������concrete be-  I tween the r>oints indicated which  would enable auto drivers -wishing to  | make the best possible time between  these points, to travel on the track-  .-..-,������_    3__-__--    ������������������   ^V--'   f.-u-^.    _���������e__.^_   _���������-j  **<���������.jr_i   j_.Ai.cau   v������_ . uu    uic    aiuwci    ���������u���������u.  moire tortuous provincial highways.  A small toll would be chargedeach  car" for the privilege of driving over  such trackway land, according to the  promoters, such toll would more than  be offset the saving in gasoline, wear  and -tear on car and tares, saving of  time, etc.  : The promoters arc D. F. Whitney  and W. i>. Milner, of Calgary, and  | J. W. McDonald, of Macleod, and am-  ! pie financial backing* is available in  case the legislature this year sees fit  to grant the .application, the promoters state.  tjnrEK&NLL IU  MEET IN LONDON  SEFFESIBER30  m  e V*A&���������_������*  Honors  "London; l__ngland.���������^Primc Minister  Maj^onald told the Jlouse of; Com-;  mons that, the next meeting of the  Imperial Conference will be held in  London this autumn. The date for the  opening meeting -was fixed for September 30.  Ottawa.���������Particular interest attaches to. the announcement from  London that the Imperial Conference  will he held this autumn, in view of  election possibilities. It has been rumored osj a number of occasions that  the Canadlaz. Government would go  to the country this fall, but announcement of the conference casts doubt *  upon sweh forecasts.  It is "understood here thai not only  will there be an Imperial Conference, .  but that an Imperial Economic Conference will take place at the same  time. The��������� presence of- the Prime  Minister will be essential in London.  Consequently, If an election is to  take place this year^ it raust be before the opening date of the conference/or after the conference is  over- The latter would ssrxean; &  pretty late election date.  There is no indication at present  of what partic-ular subjects Caaada  will desire to take up at the conference. These will be the subject of  much consideration and discussion  between now and October. Wtih  parliament in session, the Prime  Minister will have an opportunity to  hear what members from, different  parts of the Dominion have to say  on matters of Empire interest before  he departs for London.  Coast. Astronomer   Awarded   JMfedal  For Distinguished Work  -5L  Would Give Fewer To States  Association   Is   Against   Prohibition  Antendnicnt, Demands Its Repeal  Washingtoti, D.Cv-^-Outright repeal  of the Eighteqntfc Amendment and a  transfer1 to the states of the--gJowrer to  regulate intoxicating ��������� liqu<ors was demanded by witnesses before the house  judiciary committee which after a recess of several; days has returned-''to'  tlie hearing of testimony for a chahg-o  in the dry laws.  William If. Stay ton, chairman of  the board of directors of tho Association Against the Prohibition Amendment, asserted peoples throughout the  United States had lost respect for the  government bbcnuHo of the prohibition  law, ajui because It had lost its efll-  eioncy.  Will Reffliifist Change  Ik Banking System  WesteriE" Me3sbe_s;'0_';-Federal- IHonse-:  Have New Han   ���������-"���������-'.-  -  Ottawa, On ..-���������Western members of  jparliamenti gathered in the capital  ,'fqr '-'the - opening rof^the;.session, are  keen to get on wlth-public business  and jh many eases will endeavour to  get parliamentary approval of important reforms.  .Perhaps- the most coherent objective among western members is to  bring* -about a change in the banking  system, whereby a federal bank of  discount would be set up and the  present discount activities of . the  treasury board much curtailed, if not  discontinued altogether.  The "Alberta members are particularly desirous of getting action along  these lines. It is .held that the genr  eral credit situation and the groid  position' in recent months has proved  the Inefficiency of the present honking system and the need of a change.  comniittee-of the hou3e,~ and given a j  thorough discussion, the outcome be- j :. Victp.ria.-r-^Dr. J: Plaskett, director  ing- that C."N.R. and CP:K. ofacials "r'������X the Dominion astro-physical obser-  are to be asked to attend at a future "vatory, has. received word that he "has  sitting of the cozosnittee and state he6? awarded the Rumford medal',  what objections, if any- and what in- 'given by-the American academy, of  ntam s New Auto Laws  tentions, if' any,, or- .both of the transcontinental roads \n_ayr have, ��������� In^tQae  matter....,       .'';'-"''..,;-".I"V"7.1 '-: '��������� k''.:":-'''���������:'  distinguished  Royal Wedding Postponed  \j,tiK--  Kumanian  JEnga^  May     Break  German  ���������  Princess  ���������ement   To  Count���������  Bucharest.���������Postponement of the  Wedding...of" Princess , DejaJctai :������:������"Rumania,, "and Count"' Alexander .. yon  Hochberg, Is the only oKlcial answer  in Ru-mania to reports that their engagement, which the princess herself  announced some weeks ago, had been  broken off" dehnttely. ���������''*  Pcemler Manium said the govern-  menl: was investigating the antecedents of Count von Hochberg, in Germany, and was socking further information about him. If tho Rumanian Government found anything reflecting dishonor upon the count, It  would! intervene and advise against  the -maintenance of the engagement.  arts and , science , for  work, in astronomy.  ���������The last recipient; .'b>f.''ti^'-''hbnprr-was.  Professor -Crthur' Comp-on, otl^vince^'  ton, winner this year of the iTobel  prize;  The Rumford medal will be presented to Dr. Plaskett at Boston, on April  9. when he Is en route to England to  address the Roya^ Astronomical Society and receive his gold medal, recently awarded, him "for his remarkable- studies in stellar movements and  the scientific conclusions, which have  been made possible by his labors.  Granted Incorporation  "'- Winnlpeg-l-li-The Scandinavian Colonization Association, an organization  which will aid and assist in bringing.  immigrants to Canada from Norway,  Denmark, and Sweden, has been  formed, under the presidency of H. P.  A. Hermanscu-r Winnipeg. Headquarters- of the.' association; recently  granted incorporation by the Dominion Government, will be in Winnipeg*.  One Provision Is To Increase Penalties -For Dangerous Driving  London, England.���������Miss 1930, with  her modern learnings, will find no  difficulty in complying with the order  compelling motor cycle pillion passengers I ta> ride astride, which ia; one -of  .-.thg;;prpy^ls__sr.cd_jS__e.. ���������,.road - ��������� - of-;.. - tha -.  transport bill, on which second reading- was moved in the House of Commons by Herbert Morrison, the Minister of Transport,  Other provisions of the bill abolish.  the speed limit for light motor cars,  increase the penalties for dangerous  driving1, fix 16 years as the. minimum  age of ordinary .automobile drivers  and at 21as the age of those drivihg'  public service vehicles; lay down a,  maximum humbejr of wbrkmg 'hours  for drivers of heavy vehicles and enforce compulsory third-party insurance. ' ������������������������������������������������������';...  Worried By Dogs  The ������������������Pas'���������Mongrel huskies, -roam- j  tugr tlio streets,of Tho Pas during tho  Winter sonnon, are alarminE' pltl������ona  ot tlio japrthorn town, Thoir -latost at'  tack involved tho mauling of "WHllani  Hinchuk, 10, in front of St. Anthony's  IbOHpltol. A passing prion!: saved the  lad from serious Injury. Thro������ other  caaoj* of cunino onslaught have boon  reported by hospital authorltiofi.  Return fug To IHn pfliiud  Ottawa, Ont^-OapC. R. T. "VV. Flen-  nos ������id-do-coanp to His l-xcellonoy,  .the Governor-General, has loft Ottawa ifor "England, to take ux> tho ap-  Kjotntmont of adjutant to Ma . rogl-  mont, tho Roynl ScatH Greys. Capt. R,  "N, Brlnckmain, Grenadier Guards, lia������  tooon appointed to take Captain Fien-  *������eH'������ place on His Sxcelloncy'a staiV,  itnd will arrive In Ottawa next month,  " :W,"  'iSf."-tJ. "lB2(J "���������""  Fiuuouft   Racer   Britannia   To   Te&t  Speed Of Upton's Challenger  Portsmouth, Eng.���������King George's  famous racing cutter "Britannia,"  will bo specially commissioned to nail  against Sir Thorn aa I-lpton's now  challengor for the Amorica'a Cup ���������  The Shamrock V.���������in tlio Solent. Tlio  date for the trials has not been net  but probably will bo^^ arranged so His  "Ma-foBty^may .attend.,Tho Britn-hnla is  ono "of "tho ��������� ifastpBfc'-. boat's in the' Itog-'  llsh wators;  JEWEL VALIQtlJKTT AND HOBEKT CLIFFK WITII THEIIt PET HUSKIT  Will Cest Half Million  To  ���������'KeglHte.ed' Mall 'Stolen  ���������  London, Kngland.-~A. hundred; rog-  lstored   lottorfl,   mostly     coiitainlri(jr  monoy orders, and bills In dollar *mv~  roncyh woroBtolon from a postal bajr  which loft Montreal on February Ov  aboard the ������������������Doric,'' and wna nant by  train from CJuoenBtown to "Belfwat: vln.  Dublirt. The '.-theft was dlsooyorod nt  ,Bolfarat.' Th.Q, noais,, of tho ��������� letters;' w-oro  found' to ib0' broltoh, but tho *)*������,& had  been ro-tlod.  Barfl.Woanon From Ln'w  Qiiiebeo, Que.���������Tho bill dosi|!srio<'l to  amend tho otatutoH oo- that women  might bo admitted to the pructlcio^ ofi  law In 'tho provlnco of Quoboc, waa  -defivated Iw tha legislative afl������emWy  by-a vote of 87 to 20-.  Manitoba   To   "Extend   Highway  Ontario Border  Winnipeg.���������Manitoba's road llnls,  which wljl meet the trans-Canada  highway cxponaton at the Ontario.  border, will cost tho province $520,-  197, Hon. W. R. Clubb, Minister of  Public Works, told, the legislature.  [The road, construction of which will  start in the spring, starts from tho  WhitomoutU River, near the village  of Whitomouth, and will follow Uio  general direction of tho Canadian  Pacific Railway tracks to the On*  tarlo border.  Mistakes Poison For Water  ������--M--M--Mia������-_a������  Noting   Chemtat DBea   Few Minutes*  After Drinking Fluid  Vftncouvor.-���������Hugh    Chester     Bell,  youthful chemist, mis took a jfloss of  poison for wdtor hi his office herb,  drank It down and died a fow minutes later. An emotld administered by  one of Boll's co-workers whom tlio  atriclccn man called to hia aid, failed  to take effect and ho died beforo a  doctor could reach him. The deceased,'  an Oxford XTnlvorslty grndu'ttto, had  .arrived' In Vancouver only 18 months  a#o frqm Knglanct. Ho is Btu-vlvcdjiy  hlff wico and one ohlliU.  ,|wfr������^iif-������������yw,"������MW������^*lW^^  Hero ia nhow������ Jewel -Vallfluett and ttobort Cllffo ,wHh their pet husky  tlojy, wa-ftliey wppe'nwd wt tlw iWrotJ*ntern������,Uona!i winter fitj-mtyal at Ottowa.'  Mall Plane Deatroyed  iBaint Johiij N.B.���������-A Canadian Airways mail 'piano en route hero from  Munclon on Uio way to Montreal, was  forced down on the Kcmnehecafljfli  Hlvep Ico, took tiro and wiui deatroy-  od, Tho mail wan saved. Tho pilot  and -mechanic aucnpad injury. THJi   U-&1-S'1X>H   JAKViKW  I~"I"ej"&"L   ������J������_ U V i^_3>  ~-2  111  teiepnone  service  Jack Frost waged war on  telephone service in Greater  Vancouver in January, putting  600 telephones out of order  within a two-week period.  The nature of t he trouble  was the same in each case,  lateral cables ��������� underground  lines giving service to apartment buildings, etc���������being  frozen.  Miss Vera Lister, with some of the  Canyon school children, is putting on' a  short programme. There is exceptionally clever talent amongst these children,  and Miss Lister has devoted much time  and energy to make this part of the evening a very bright item.  "U'ynndel ladies are putting on* a comedy sketch, which is sure to be enjoyed  by all. It fs to be hoped the people of  this section will show their appreciation  _* 4-U.~ off.--* rvf +ln      onlonr'.'rf    IrtPftl    talent  by turning out en mass and greeting  each number with a well deserved reception.  Putnam President  Fall Fair Board  ^2 _������������������_.!_. 4~���������,.-.���������.  j_l_ V CUVCCJi  of these cables  were thus affected, causing the  cessation of service on the 600  telephones fed by them.  In every case telephone men  had the trouble remedied within 24 hours.  19J0 Fall Fair to Present New  Features in Fruit Section and  Other Departments Win Have  Similar Attention Paid Them.  The best attendance Creston Yal-  ituv  enay Telephone Go,  LIMITED  ���������**���������_������!-    /"fc-*--*���������_*% tet-X-J  inn oncoiura  ���������n������*r\fir\������i  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.,   FRIDAT,  FEB 28  Hitehenmr  Charles Anderson, who has been relieving the section foreman at Fernie, has  returned home.  Louis Simpson of "Biairmo-e, Alberta,  is here visiting -with his parents, "Mr. and  Mrs. Simpson.  Lambert Spencer of Creston was a  weekend visitor with Claude Simpson.  Mrs. Senesael was a visitor at Creston  during the week.  Miss Beatrice Molander of Cranbrook  was a weekend visitor with User pai-ents  in Kitchener.  Mrs.Arrowsmith of Creston is a visitor  with her daughter, Mrs. E. "Driffil.  Tuesday Night's   Concert  ley Agricultural Association ever  had at an. annual meeting was in  evidence on Wednesday evening,  when the whole fall fair situation  was thoroughly gone into by those  present, with Chas. Murrell presiding.  Everyone was agreed that it is  time for a change in the way  the  fair is staged if  the exhibition  is  to again enjoy the popularity it  had at its inception and for a few  years thereafter, and as a start in  that direction the Women's Institute will be' asked to assume full j  responsibility for the  displays  in '  cooking,   canned   goods,   needlework, flowers, etc. __  ;    The Stockbreeders' Association  jare to be invited to   take   more  direct interest in the cattle, horses,  etc., while the fruit section will  be given some special attention in  the way of having displays of the  commercial packs as well as the  high class packs of former   years.  Some present favored splitting  the fair into two  divisions.    The  ladies' section, including  flowers,  with which   will   go   the   school  sports   and   outdoor attractions,  to be held earlier in  September,  to be followed at an October date  with a straight apple show, and if  funds were   available   the   prize  winning apples to be sent on for  competition at the winter fair at  Toroirtx) in November, and to the  Imperial Fruit show in England.  Many other bright ideas were  put forward by those present for  the consideration of the 1930  board of-directors, which was selected as follows: George Cart-  wriglit, Sam Moon, G. Hulme,  Frank Putnam, Chas. Murrell,  Col. Mallandaine, Dr. Henderson,  Chas. Statcliffe, Mrs. George Cart-  wrightvMrs. J. E. Hayden, Mcs.  M. Youtig, Mrs. Maxwell.  At the close of the regular meeting a sessjosi; of the directorate  was h-el^,^^!iich Frank Putnam  wrg n&l&^iprestdent; Chas. Sut-  cliffe,^c^resident;   and  Chas.  ^fc*T ,���������������,.-Sl-   .'-_'_.__.___ ._^_    A. ������.__ r..i*~A'u'  xvx Ui _ en, ^CTstc-wxi y- uc������������ui -_*.  Th&.ftnsEee committee for this  year was:;als6 selected and is made  up of Cl,is|ptiff, Mrs, M. Young,  Col. Maiiandaine and the president and ��������� s^retary.  The new management is getting  right down to business in connection with this year's fair, and another directors' meeting is called  for March Igth. at which time  the Women's Institute will have  fully considered  the  proposition.  Representatives on the board  from Canyon as well as Lister-  Huscroft will be appointed by the  1 C&S iiXCa D>     J.llOtillr  utesat the:  ������-f points  and the directors from those sec-  ions will also be named in time for  the meeting of the full board  on the 18th.  _J^rj*ft SA dSS B jy-p^ffl^-B  We invite you to inspect our  new stock of  and  B���������i\$Gh������39 Utensil������  Fall stock.    Priced right.  Shoe and   Harness- Repairing  Every effort is being put forth to make  the concert on Tuesday, March 4th,  under the auspices of the Ladies' Guild  of Christ Church, one of the best events  of the season. The entertainment will  be staged at the Grand theatre, with the  curtain at 8.30 prbmpt, and an siclmis-  of 50 cents to adults and 25 cents to  children. Tickets are on sale at the coop, store. ,.  The orchestra, under the able leadership of Mr. Stephens of Cam yon, is to  play several new selections. Vocal *olos  will be rendered by Mrs. Jewitt. Mrs.  Harold Langston and Mr. Fortin. A  musical trio of Mrs. Lister, Mrs. Constable and Mr. Lunt are rendering* some  sylendid numbers.  ���������  The New  "Tr"'*     *'��������� ���������  ������       J. 1{5   m ������ pfr .  Tailor  Samples  Have Arrived  The new Tip Tojj Tailor  .samples far spring* have  arrived. Call in and look  thorn over. All the latest  Btyle-K to choose from.  You are under no obligation to buy un]t.R8 you  find the material to suit  your fancy.  V. MAWSON  UKKHTON  Watch for our Announcement  Next Week  SJL J***     f~T| W~+    W-*    *f"<      ������+  # /"m ������ 4&IU   Jt"      M-mf   JL_*i    JM^  *-__7  Dry Goods.  bMSMmimmmim  Groceries.      Furniture.  mmmimmmmmmmimmmii  Hardware i  Irand  "* m5���������.** ^riu'jak  y||In Mali   1  aCfammrwjnl  ( win*             bvreurrti  "2������_FJ7lf  CLIVE  BROOK  DORIS KEN YON -  POWELL  Love would not forget 1 It menaced a  "splendid happiness !" That is ihe intolerable crime���������the crime of Interference!  Enacted by a superb cast of screen artists.  A strange, absorbing drama !  Anything that is  Printed is Worth  Printing Well  We offer you for the production  of your Printing requirements, our  many years' experience, plus an  up-to-date equipped plant, with  prompt service and right prices.  At   least    get    our    prices    before  Wins: from an   out-of-town  order  taker.     Prices by telephone  on all  standard lines of Printing.  THE  CRESTON   REVIEW  COMMERCIAL   PRINTING 'DEPT. ./���������  /2*Z?-  THJS   UKl-STUN   KJEVIJ-W  ;iyyil||Hy.y.ylylyylyyiT.y������y.yHimHyiy'f������Y.yyiy.f.yy.y-i.f 'W 'f'f'yyf  WIRE YOUR HOUSE  for ELECTRIC LIGHT  the Westlnshotsse Plan  AH work.guaranteed to.pass Government inspection.  Neat and Serviceable   Work at  Standardized Electrician Rates I  ���������  i  _.  &s i*... i-ii?i-ifi ww&  WESTINGHOUSE \DEALER  Electrie Supplies and Fixtures. Radios, Kadiolas.  ���������4  -  _k  PI ������  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.  -2~-  El'-ai  ���������-3  F&r the tSiTST iss  Give us a call.    We are handling the MAPLE LEAF  Bran, Shorts, Middlings, Corn, Cracked  Corn, Wheat, Oats, Crushed Oats, Oat Chop  Barley Chop, and everyIhing else in this line.  .^:.0^^^^0^^ Robin Hood and  IRxiyaJ Household Flour  Prices are right.        Try us once and be convinced.  Special prizes-will be given to children of St. Step*heats;;.Presbyterian Sabbath school, who "have memorized the  prescribed number jA scripture verses, on  Sabbath; March 2nd.  Chas. "Davis, Canadian customs officer  at. Rykerts, was a "business visitor in  town on Saturday. For-1929 the records  show that 9722   autos  carrying 29.230  ssengers travelled'north and south  through that port, and these Mguers do  n ot includ e purely local auto traffic.  Sleighing is so thin, even on the flats,  that at the aviation school the airplanes  are again using wheels, pontoons are  diie to arrive this week for use when  water conditions make them necessary���������  and which is taken^to indicate that the  school will be in operation for some weeks  yet.       :   ���������   ���������   ���������" ���������,  ^v^ ��������� . -,  In view of the canvass for the funds of  the British and Foreign Bible Society to  be made early in in' March special reference to that great organisation, with  particular reference to the indispensible  service which it renders' to the Presbyterian Church throughout the world, at  evening service in St. Stephen's Church  next Sabbath.  Some fifteen tables of players were in  evidence for the court whist which feat-  ured the'cdngregatipnal social evening of  Christ Church at' the Parish Hall on  Friday; at which - the prize scores were  made by Mrs. W. H. Kemp and C. B.  Twigg. Refreshments were sarved and  there was a couple of hours of dancing  to close proceedirigs._.  W. K. Brown received word a few days  ago of the death at. "Winnipeg, Man., of  his sister.Mrs. James Munroe,which took  place in that city on February 13th at  the age of -71 years. Deceased was a  visitor rfc Creston on occasion, being  here about five years ago, and all who  had the pleasure of her acquaintance  will Lear with regret oi her passing.  - All orchardists should be out for the  public meeting that has been called hy  Creston Growers. "Limited, for Tuesday  afternoon, March 4th, at Trinity United  Church hall, at 3 o'clock. R. B. Staples  will speak on recent developements in  connection with the present B.C. Fruit  Marketing Act arid other matters of concern to the fruit grower. No one is better  qualified to discuss the orchardists problems than Mr. Staples, and none should  miss hearing him; ^ ��������� ,'.;,  attended.. Mrs. McKowan handled her  subject in very practical fashion, injecting sufficient original humor to make the  evening worth while for all. At the conclusion .of the address the speaker was  piesented with a lovely boquet uf roses  by little Margaret Cribb,. which was  acknowledged in orthodox fashion. Previous to the address the choir contributed a couple of numbers; *W". J". Truscott  a   musical recitation, and   Rev.   R.   E.  Cribb, a reading. Mrs. McKowan appeared under the auspices of Tsinity  United "Ladies" Aid, and the evening was  in charge of the president, Mrs. Geo.  Cartwright.  F, H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  Listings solicited.  CRESTON,     B.C.  XL S  J WSa.    J.  /f-_-r-_  \jr\_p  Bad  i  i*  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.  In our General Blacksmith Shop we can assure you of satisfaction on  whatever repair work you may bring there. We have mechanics-in this  shop who have had a good many years of practical experience in that kind  of work. And do not forget that it is much cheaper to have a broken casting OxyrAcetylene Welded than to buy a new one, and It is just as strong.  As -we by now will be starting building crar 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.  JHL   S������   McGREATH  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  _  rj.  urn  Thrift  consists in spending less than  you earn.  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward content cnelit.  We pay interest on Savings bal������  ances and shall welcome your  account* ������  ������50  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  CrcH.on Branch  R, J. Forbes Manager  i������n>u.ftiDwHvMi,i*w....;:������.i';w  4     . The .Consolidated Mining"& ..,  Smletihg Company of Canada, Ltd  Officii, Smelting and Refining Department  .     TRAIL, British Columbia  Smelters and Refiners       '    '  Purchasers of Gold, Silver," Copper, X-ead and Zinc Ores,  Producers of Gold, Silver; Copper, Vig Lead and Zinc,  TADANAC BRAND  A.���������>-���������*.������->. A^rf*.-������������ A..���������>������^.i_������A.,<L������A.-^ A.A.J-������A���������������-.���������>������_L--m-^  *  *  *  *  ������  *  *  The news .just got "but at the end of  the week of the marriage "of Miss Jean,  third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J". M.  Craigie of Erickson, to Richard Chandler  of the Imperial Bank staff.. The marriage took place at Bonners Ferry, Idaho,  on February 8th, Judge Henderson officiating, with Mr. and Mrs. A. "Weir witnessing the ceremony. The bride and  groom are both popular members of  Creston's younger set and are receiving  hearty congratulations on all hands.  Much sympathy is felt for Mr. and  Mrs. Alex. McKay in the death of their  only daughter, Elsie, aged two years,  who passed away on Thursday last. The  funeral took place on Saturday to Creston cemetery, Rev. P. McNabb having  charge of the last sad rites. Amongst  the floral tributes were those from Mother, father and brothers; Presbyterian  Sunday School, Sam Steenstrup, Mary  and Babe Watson, Mr. and Mrs. I-Iapt-  onstall and family, Mrs. and Miss Fleet-  woocU Mr. and Mrs. Barner and Lily.  All the commissioners were out for a  special meeting of the village council on  Thursday night at which the talcing over  ���������of the public library, as per the plebiscite  on January 30th. After the whole situation had been thoroughly discussed the  following motion was carried: "As the  commissioners have not the power to  form a municipal public library the vote  of tho electors cannot be carried out but  the commissioners will allow Creston  and District Public Librrry to keep their  books in the municipal public building."  Tho next move in the matter is now up  to the old public library board.  Tho fire brigade had a reorganization  meeting on Tuesday night which was  none too well, nttended, nt which tho  following officers were elected: Chief,  Matt, York; deputy chief, Ardroy "Wil-  aon; secretary W. Q, Hendy. It was  planned to bHng the brigade up to' a  total trongth of ten carefully selected  members, and n drive will bo made at  once to secure on additional sovon firo  fighters. When this has boon completed  tho brigade membership will bo onbmitt-  ed to tho village cflmrniBsionora for approval and with thiqaecurod it is hoped  nogotinttiona can bo carried on with tho  council that will enable tho brigade to  carry on the work ������������xp'r?cted of It aware  effectively than In tho past.  Duo to counter attraction"* tho locturo  on "Tha Point of VIbw," by Mra. IflvnH  "McKowan, '������ Trinity United Church,  on  Friday   evening wmb  rather poorly  Reduced Fri  You can save upward of |sl00 by buying  your new Ford now. . See us if you are  thinking of getting a new car this spring.  We have some very attractive prices on the  model now in stock. Also some real buys  in used Cars and Trucks.  Let us give you an Estimate on Wiring  your House for Electric Lights  Have your work done by the firm that can guarantee it to pass  Government Inspection and save yourself a lot of inconvenience, trouble and expense. We use all standard material, and  our workmen are careful. Work done in the shortest possible  tii.ie and at the shortest notice.  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER    &     MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  EI  COD  LIVER OIL  Stock, $1.85 pi.    $8.75 for five gallons  BLACK LEAF "40"  OHDERJNOW.    Supply will  arrive  in  two weeks.  I  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  THIS  R1SXA.LI_. STOR1B  OKO. I-I. ItKI-I-Y  When  JL OH  1 ravel  Are you going abroad this year?  If so, we suggest you carry a Letter  of Cireditl It is the -most satisfactory  method of providing your needs in  foreign currencies- It acts as an introduction to bankers in all parts of  the world, and then, your funds are  drawn from your own Bank only as  you draw on the Letter of Credit. ao  H    ffS. jft^j    Eta���������r C_r'   U__?     m    ^r^ii.     S  Ot^ CA.Ny_.IVk  "la  CRESTON BRANCH       . . . .      Jl. S. W. CLOWE3, M_n������U������r.  Bmnchft* <tt Iiiv������rm������ro, Cmnbrook and Fomto." THE   TEEVTESW.   TOHERTON,   B.    OL  est ^oicis  Need Direct  Treatment  It is an obstinate cold  indeed that  can resist the direct double  action of Vicks. Hubbedon  the chest, it acts 2 ways at  once:  (1) Direct to air passages with its healing vapors released by body heat;  (2) Direct, like a poultice, it "draws out" the  soreness.  <fc. m   way������  %������&���������*& ersss  ^ji������f ^& ^m������ t^ %j> "r^C i_P 6_s  Subsidies For Ai? Transort Urged  Wauls Part Passenger "Rates Os Pas?  With "Railway  Subsidies for aerial passenger  transport line were urged fey Major  General J. H. MacBrien, president of  Cue Aviation L-eague of Canada, in a  speech.. at Montreal. In Ehirope,  where such subsidies are paid* aerial  passenger rates were on a par with  railway rates whereas In Canada the  air rates are three times as great as  those offered by railroads.  For this reason the passenger  branch of air transport was not progressing.  General MacBrien urged the formation of a branch of aviation to be  known as aerial service in which all  companies would co-operate to eliminate wasteful competition and work  for greater development of the Industry.  WHY SUFFER  LIVER?  "Why b������ handicapp-d with unsightly,  "blotches on the fa.ee, eyes with yeUowr  V������r.gc and that Sired and languid f������I-  ing? This indicates a torpid hver  Headache, Dizziness and Biliousness  surely, follow!;;Yoti must stimulate  your lazy.-Hivef,"���������"��������� start the bile^ flowing  with Carters J_ittie Liver Pill _.    ...  They also act as a fiuld laxative, a  purely vegetalbte. free from calomel ���������  and poisotidus drugs, ssnall, easy to  swallow, and not h ahit forming. They  are not a purgative that cramps or  pains, unpleasant a-ter effect follow*  ingy on the= contrary a good tonic.  All Druggists 25c and 75c red pkgs.  Will Try New Process  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  MARCH S  JESUS  TEACHING  HIMSELF  ABOUT  Golden Text: "Come unto Mo, all  ve that labor and are heavy laden,  i_nd I will aive -vou -.est.1"���������Mf&tt"aew  11-28. ���������'���������������������������'"������������������.  ���������'  Lesson:'.Mattt-ew 11,2;^xj; 12.50. ~; v ���������  Devotional Heading: Isaiah 61.1-10.;  Busy Construction Season  Staskatciiewan      Awarded  :%timE^  Tfcseaaads writ* kid-ajr waft  3���������aftgay.  _l*4&ef  ft  nerves. qoMC Sooad ������ie-js at oaca. o������yt -  *_fr������fc---siT*-'*'-fe-������-" '-* *- *���������  WOELD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TO  IL_-rgie&t  "-T>.k _-������-������*--*  Moscow authorities   have  that all restaurants in the city should ]  have -nine meatless days each month, \  it being hoped, thus to save both, -meat j  and fuel.  The giant British dirigible, R-100,  la undergoing tests with the possibility that she may make a flight  to Canada towards the end of April  or the beginning of May.  Aeroplane service carrying passengers between St. Paul, Minn., and  Winnipeg was inaugurated February  IT. The passenger service will "be operated over the wech>ends only. '  Canadian silver fox pelts are find- ]  ing a ready market in Great Britain,  It is stated by L.t.-Col. IX A. MacK  non, D.S.O., of Charlottetown, P.  one of Canada's principal silver fox \  breeders. I  Orphaned by an air crash in Texas,  recently, in which his father and  mother were both killed, 16-nronth-  old Robert Gray, Jr., must return  10,000 miles to New Zealand because  of United States immigration laws.  With the intention of securing the  eame control over real estate dealers  and their transactions as they now  enjoy in respect of stockbrokers, the  Ontario Government, at the present  session, will Introduce new legislation to prevent frauds against the  public.  Year 1929  The   Saskatoon  Western  Producer  notes that, "with a total of 2,327, Saskatchewan took the lead among the  four West-aril provinces for  the 5-uQi-  ber of construction, contracts awarded  during  the  year  1929,  according  to  figures reported to the Saskatchewan  Department of RaiLways, Labor and  | Industries. This compares with Bri-  [ tish Columbia's 2,275. Alberta's 2,055,  I and  Manitoba's  1,658. The   value  of  : the permits in the province was .$34,-  j 184,300, or an increase of $14,000,000  decreed I over the 192S total."  "Expianatloras and Comments  What Jesus Said About Himself To  John the Baptist, 11.2-6.���������John the  Bap*tist"had been imprisoned ai Mac-  haerus by Herod, and when his discl-  x>les came and told him what Jesus  was doing, he sent them, to Jesus to  ask. "Art Thou He that cometh or  look we for another?" "He that  cometh" is a.phrase for the Messjlab,  UCiivctij     it-    -ie     uunv; vtru.,    uvua    jtcxv-U-  Ousufc. T. Kx^rlmc. With >������������-������ [%$*%������<^ ^2&2Ft������&  ls.8-1 In Transit  USxperlraentfi In the freezhsg of fish  In transit by the silica jell process  will be conducted by the Department  of Fisheries early this summer, It was  learned at Ottawa. It has been found  in the United States that this method  of refrigeration is eminently satisfactory In the transportation of pre-  chiiled fish, but the Canadian Department desire to go a step further and  ascertain if St Is equally as effective  for fish that has not been pre-cMHed.  Should the experiments prove successful it would mean a saving of  ; about 12Vj per cent, in refrigeration  space, with, a consequent increase by  that proportion In the packing of fish  cargoes by rail.  for some time, long enough to develop  a "prison, mood." When John was free  he had been the first to recognize  that Jesus was the Coming One, the  Messiah, but in his imprisonment he  had grown doubtful, for to that eaged  ^ag.e  ocaua   occuiibu    w*.������J   _iiiiii   __i   __i_  dealings with men to be the expected  ' avenger, the Christ as had pictured  Him  Itchls-g __���������._.!* !.������ 3. -wiiiiiite  ������������������Hefl eczema .or months. Single _M������licatjoa.oS  ���������So_th_-S������!r������' ������->_������_. itch, cad burn in \ minute.  1 box ended dice*-- foe good."- Jaa������ -Paula.  ������S~-_i~--Selv*" ������nds 3ca������ffi������eisie&esttiBiee-e.  known. Jtchln������ stop- iaatantty. 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Canada's  greatest width in due east and west  direction approximately 3,050 miles;  greatest distance between/ southerly  and known northerly land extremities,  approximately 2,870 miles. Canada-  United States boundary, 3,985 miles  long; 1,787 miles by land, 2,197  through water. Canada is larger in  area than United States with Alaska  by 42,912,000 acres.  l������~--_    ._l-^_    *._.'.3    41__._~   ������_.    *%.^..m^   _������������������H<_rt _..r.  uuVS  cclua   emu  uuns   'U   ujcji   icugiyuo  life, and variations in their grasp of  truth."���������Alexander Maclftren.  John's disciples found Jesus busy  with the very work that had disappointed John. The sick were coming  to Him, and He encouraged their  comingr to the poor He proclaimed  the gospel, but uttered ho word about  the fire or the ax of which John had  spoken (Matthew 3.10-12). Jesus  stopped His work to answer John's  messengers. "Go and tell John," He  said, "tho things -which ye hear and  see; the blind receive their -sight, and  T>_,tfr~������...������, ithe dead aro raised up, and the poor  .sr-tauB s ' have good tidings preached to them���������  all a fulfillment of the prophecy as to  the Messiah, in Isaiah 35.5, 6; 61.1.  "Tel! your story over again and remind him of those prophetic texts.  Let him study the two together and  ^���������j*S",sy his ov^n conclusion.'*1 It v/as s  virtual invitation to John to revise  his Messianic idea, in the hope he  would discern that after all "love"  was the chief Messianic charism.���������A..;  B. Bruce.  The miracles were Jesus' credentials. They proved His divine power,  and  they  revealed  His  divine  sym-  One of the most effective vermifuges on the market is Miller's Worm  Powders?.. They will not only clear the  atomach and bowela of worms, but  will prove a very serviceable medicine  for children in regulating the infan-  tilo system and maintaining it in a  healthy condition. There is nothing in  their composition that will injttre the  niost delicate stomach when directions aro followed, and they can be  given to children In the full assurance  that they will utterly destroy all  worms,  Means Plenty Of Work  Largest Elevator At Any Seaport  Mammoth Alberta Wheat Pool Elevator In Operation At Vancotrver  The largest terminal grain elevator  at any port on the seven seas has recently been put into operation at Vancouver by.tho Alberta "Wheat Pool.  This elevator has a capacity of 5,-  150,000 bushels and Is known as Vancouver Pool Terminal No. 1.  The port of Vancouver is now an  important grain shipping centre. During the crop year ended July SI, 1929,  shipments of grain totalled 0<5,138,218  bushels compared with 79,714,512  bushels for* the year ended July 31,  1928, nnd 34,415,653 bushels for tho  192G-27 crop year.  Manitoba Honey  Manitoba produced 6,899,339 lbs. of  honey last year, 15 individual operators each produced a carload or more.  Manitoba   exhibitors   secured   three  first places out of four classes entered at the Rkyal Agricultural Fair, at  Toronto.  _.Jt���������_._     _fi,     X_     _..__������.     _._���������_, 1 __,_���������_    ���������.       --'   .--   - -  uigui.  Uit.1u4uca1.w1. uigucr ic_s<u-g.  In reply to a recent examination question regarding General Smuts, several  students in one university said it wa������-l  a disease attacking wheat, while one"  bright scholar confided that General:  Smuts were ''stories that one should  not tell."  pathy. They were "signs," as they are  called in the Fourth,Gospel, recorded  "in order that ye may believe- that  Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God,  and that believing ye may have life  in His name."  "To me-.these acts of healing and  restoration, whether of the soul or of  the body, are not incredible. T do- not  regard them miracles in the sense of  violation of the laws of Nature, but  as manifestations of spiritual power,  and as wrought through knowledge of  spiritual laws in the obscure domain  where soul impinges on body. Almost  as important as their truth is the disposition off Jesus revealed in thein."���������;  Dean-Worcester.  Tliere was no word of rebuke, for  John's lack of faith, but this gentle  Persian Balsa appeals instaatiyto  the dainty woman. Stimulating the,  skin, making it velvety soft in texture, It creates and preserves complexions of exquisite charm. Delicately fragrant. Cool-and delightful to  use. 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Phone 4242.  _3lltltll!ltEHHIIIIi!IIIIIIIIIIEHIIiIIIIIIIIIIIi;_  I   SILVER   I  I EIBBONS J  ������ CHRISTINE  WHITING S  ;.. ������j'  .-' PAMMWxTmn  \   ���������   ��������� . ;������|  g Copyright 1929 ������������  -nBBifinign!i!siiiijpu!i!ifB!������"iui.imf!fiiil7  CHAPT3ER III.���������Continued,  "I thoug-ht the room over the kitchen would "be easier to heat in winter."  "The Idea!" snapped Grandma.  "That's where I used to put my hired  girl!".  "And it's the most comfortable bed-  5f������o__t in" the" house-," retorted "Gnat-  mian.   "I'd have taken it myself long  tenr looked up and waved to her, and  in another moment was _"_ the doorway. ��������� .   ���������      "��������� -"������. ���������*'... .   .  "Well, Grandma," he began cheerfully, "this is John Carter. You see 1  kept lay word and brought him" ki. for  yoiSI and Charmian ���������fe^spec������./*I^l8^  Grandma "Davis, Doctor���������^^  the^-.wh^e^^pwn>-- ^r^V-keep^rt.ipf^lh-Er  .village"' ��������� wa-������chtower..'>:"W������! '������������������ ��������� covd&ati ^get  'along;^tllout:^r^^-'? ?. ;;':^sy ;',3i'^~:-:?  Grandma looked Up and smiled, Iter  eyes, bright as a bird's, meeting ihoso  of the young man as he took her hand  and bent above it in a deferential  manner of a bygone day. '  She was thinking: "Sombeody  taught him his manners, anyway, and  respect for age." She said, motioning  her guests to be seated, "I supposed  it was the other way round, and you  were to inspect us. That's how Charmian put it." She's beer������ cleaning tie  house from top to bottom, as if ane  thought you'd Inspect the Ice box  and the attic," she added with a  twinkle. "Charmian's my granddaughter, as the doctor's most likely  tpid you. She'll be here in a minute.  She just ran over to Ldzzie Baker's  with a half a cup o' corsuaeal tizsie  forgot to order, as usual, and wanted  to make an Indian pudding for. her  supper. Seems as if Indian. pudding  would set sort of heavy oh the stomach come night, doesn't it?���������but the  Bakers can'digest nails or horseshoes,  as my father used to say; And which  you'll find is true, young man, if ever  you're called there���������not that you will  be, though, while our doctor has a leg  to stand on."  :^*Hushrr   laughed .the   old jnan.  ������������������"Would you discourage him  at the  <**tr+-m r*a m^rw ������W ^f  SPpGWmfL**  ^".CREAMTiN  ff������-LSIOM3Ht;.  everything, but they cover a multitude^ of sins. And he looks you  straight th the eye. If his eyes iiad  been shifty I'd never have consented  to take him in. But almost the best  thing about him is his legs. He walks  like a soldier."  "Yes," laughed, the doctor, "his legs  seem to be all right; though I wsih  he were ten pounds heavier."  "We'll have to fat him up," commented Grandma. "His being nere will  make more work for Charmian, but  she says she can stand it. Say, Edward" (lowering - her   voice),   "have  Bussia Erecting. New I  Mausoleum For Lenin  you seen _���������*&_  fcooic  to      the      church  ago, if I ha<"__*t wanted to be nearer  very start?"  to you. :But let's not worry over that  question. He can decide   it    himself  ,when the doctor brings hin. in on Saturday. Perhaps after   his   inspection"  he'I! have none of us." i  "it'll be a great change. I don't know  as II like -the idea���������hardly. IHe may be  fussy, and -want milk in his tea instead of cream, like Deacon Purdie."  "Let's hope he does," laughed Charmian as she'moved away. "It'll be  that niuch cheaper feeding him!"  "Hush!" reproved .* the old lady.  "Would you begrudge the poor man a  .dash of cream?,'!,,,,,   .���������_ ���������;���������_i.._.,,._.. 2.  It was a, - sunshiny Saturday when  the doctor's dusty car stopped before  the old Davis house. Grandma, peering from the windowas usual, drew a  breath of relief as she viewed the  jsttranger who stood beside Doctor  Howe, and was, evidently, admiring  - the carved pineapple above the door.  Yes, he was young, she decided, but  not too young. He was past the age  when he would thoughtlessly track  dirt into the house (if a man ever is  past that age!), arid he wasn't old  enough to be set in his ways���������not  thirty surely. He probably wouldn't  notice whether nSs tea contained milk  or, cream; and he had fine, straight  legs. Grandma had once been wooed  by a youth who was sl'ghtly knock-  kneed, and, as she told Charmian,  after sixty years tho remembrance  still made her shiver.  "The Davises were    all    tall    and  straight," she continued.   "That's one  . reason I took to your grandpa. There  wasn't a knock-knee or a bow-leg,In  the family.   They walked    like ispl-  ,, dlers."  "And he does, too," mused the old  lady,, as she watched the newcomer  move toward the house. Then tho doc-  A Friend to Women  liFdia E; PtaMiarti's  LVDIA. *jj. PINKIIAM MBDICWB CO.  1   il^nn, Maaa,, ������J,8.A.  BO-iS C-������uufg, Qui,, Ctaki-Jo.  ������������������***���������*"���������������������������������^���������___.���������! 1 ���������    ,.'��������� 1 ni,.n���������_������_���������1mmimm.  \Y.   N,   .TJfj.   1320  'I'm only warning* him," said.  Grandma. "Wickfield folks are set in  their ways, and you're one of -rem,  Edward, if I do say .it to.your face.  Maybe you'll think it's disrespectful,  my calling the doctor by his first  name," she added to the younger man,  "but we grew up together here in  "Wlckfieid, and--I'm not much older  than he Is though he's caught the  habit of saying Grandma like the rest  of them. Here's Charmian now. She's  seen the automobile and is hurrying.  That4>lue gingham sets' pretty on her,  doesn't it? She made it herself. Come  in, dearie. Here's the doctor and his  young-man."   ....   .,      ....,_v,...   _,  . Yesi the blue gingham certainly  "set' pretty on her." This was the  prospective boarder's thought as he  arose, feasting' his eyes on the vision  in the doorway. The old doctor was  feasting his, as well; and Grandma  Davis might have been said to do  the same.. For Charmian made an astonishingly pretty picture, her cheeks  flushed from hurrying, her blue eyes  shining,^a bit of not unnatural embarrassment making her pause a moment   before   coming   forward.  "Charmlan," said the doctor, putting a fatherly arm across her shoulders to draw her nearer, "this is the  boy who's promised to help me out  if you'll And him a place to live. I  knew his father and his grandfather  before him, and will vouch for the  fact that he won't run off with- the  Davis candlesticks!"  Charmian laughed as she stretched  out a friendly hand which the young  doctor took, and forgot to return till  the girl drew it away-. She said, a  smile bringing out the dimples of  which her mother had been so proud:  "He might not think then, worth the  bother! They're brass, riot alive., Doctor..Carter. Would you like^to go up  now and see the rooms? The oast  room Is larger; but the one in the ell  looks toward the river and' ia very  cozy."  "I really needn't loolf at anything,"  replied Uio young man Impulsively.  "I'll sloop in tho attic, if only you'll  take mo in."  VWclV* chuckled Grandma, "tlio  attic's clean, anyway! I told you she'd  cleaned,everything. You take him up  ,a;^ic,,;dcturio,^ancl'.show him -how,ppbt-  '.ty-it-is .tfjtam !il������e south -wimlow.'-Thero;  .'isri!t,������.'. riicoir viQW-in oil .Wickfield. But.  r.Mbn'tTJQi^ that; 'the(  room'' '"o^qr __"��������� tlho'^y^cltclibn"*"via ��������� 'ffoo"d'  :������npugh-j,tor''a^^jgupst. How,cy*pri -you'  |ciin/'ta^"o'"yo^^^^  mlan soys;'It's easy to hoarcomo win-  '-6r,",\'"' ^ *"���������'��������� ' '���������.'"*;_  ".,'";.'.'   -       ' '  ' Aa tho young people loft tlio room,  the old doctor drew*'his.chair closer  to Grandma'aJ  "Well?" ho questioned. -How doba  the boy fiLrlkolyou, Boliy?������������������"  "Dear mor" aighod Grandma, a  pliuisod. light brlghtoning her eyon, "1  don't b'llevo anybody's called me  Fplly in twottty ycar������. Aa for that  boyf Edward,; I Ilk. him. Ho'o gpt  muunovs���������wot,, f'.'tftat--;,-, n\anwors   uv&  Bennett  sociable?"    .  The doctor laughed again; but his  retolv "owas interniuted bv the oneninar  door, and a small" boy entered hurriedly.  "It's Jamie Oldham," said Grand-  ma. "You tell your mother that her  yarn hasn't come yet; or were you  wanting something- else?"  "I want the doctor," panted the lit-  ������������������tle" boy. - -.-'.The "baby's got~ an awful  stomach ache and Mummy saw the  automobile and sent me running. She  said, to- tell you. the - baby's black: In  the face already, and for you to  hurrry." -  "Like as not Susy Oldham's been  feeding it mince pie," commented  Grandma, as the doctor hurried away.  "It's a wonder she's raised any of her  children. I suppose Edward will come  back for that young man soon as he's  turned the baby;- upside down and  given Susy a good talking to. I wonder -which room Ithe boy will take. -It  doesn't seem polite, somehow, to put  him in the ell."  The "boy" was standing in the ell  t-iaborate    Ceremonies    Will    Mark  "Dedication In October  Behind a great wooden fence, in  front of Moscow's famous Kremlin,  entirely screened from, public view-,  hundreds-'" of: Soviet '"���������worMs_'n 'are; bat-'  tering down the grim wooden tomb in  which "vladimir Mich Lenin, "Father  of Bolshevism," has slept during the  last six years.  On this site is soon to rise a finer  and more enduring mausoleum of  granite and malachite to house Che  frail figure of the great revolutionary  leader. While these operations are In  progress, the embalmed remains of  JLenin have been transferred to a special mortuary chamber in the Kremlin, where, the coffin is guarded day  and night by armed red soldiers.  On the ceiling, under which Lenin  Will repose in a large, hermetically  sealed glass case, will be an armorial  ensign of the Soviet Union. Lenin will  be garbed in a simple khaki suit of  semi-military cut, as at present, and  the full length of his body, bearing  the order of the "Red Banner" will be  exposed to view.  Construction of the hew mausoleum  is progressing rapidly. It will be completed by October, 1830, when the  thirteenth anniversary off the October,  1917, revolution will be celebrated.  The most elaborate ceremonies will  mark the dedication.  "WRi������ i-E-f BS is good company  on any trip.  It's delicious flavor adds zest  and enjoyment. The sugar supplies pep and energy when Ithe  day seems long.  In. short it's good  ixmd good for you.  ���������arM"-^  sTOkMY  a mtmrnmrn  hard'onbaby  &th i "nq Suit^ift^feitsr  i _Tlt������ss.Tho_-  K_s_a gfiia 5 to. IS lbs. in 3 w������e*ks-  with newlronlzed Yeeat.Stta cleuw  ^ b ilka  ___������tc  N������rve_,sco_ctip-tio_.  / raniah   OTenaig-t.   Get   Ironlzed  '    Yeast t-blcts from drngsist today.  mamkmmmmmmmmmmaammmM  I  Link Betas For This Week  The stormy, blustery w-eather:  which Canadians experience during  February and March is- extremely  hard on babies and young children.  Conditions make it necessary for the  mother to keep them confined to the  house, whose rooms may be overheated or badly ventilated,. The little  ones catch cold and their whole sys^  tern becomes racked. To guard  against this a box of Baby's pwn  Tablets should be kept in the hom-a  and an occasional dose given the  baby to keep him fit, or if a cold suddenly grips him. to restore him to  health again and keep him in good  condition till the brighter, warmer  days come along again.  Baby's Own Tablets are just what  at that very moment, exclaiming at j the mother needs for her little ones  ��������� ������������������ "Let your speech be always with  grace, seasoned with salt, that ye  may know how ye ought to answer  every man."���������-Colossians lv. 6.  Govern the lips  As they -were palace doors, the king  within.;"-..-, . ../ ' . .  -. ���������:  ",  Tranquil and fair and courteous he  . all words   ~  Which from that presence win.  '    -���������Edward Arnold.  Wear your velvet within; show  yourselves amiable to those, above all,  who live with you.���������Joseph Joubert.  He Who governs his tongue Is perfectly able to control all his passions,  ���������William Ellery Channing.  the beauty of-ajtbig -four-posted bed.  ;���������;, ;,^Yes,-; it's���������;/*wta^ri^^,'':/:^id;; Char-  miari, touching theS carved; iposts lov-  i-ogly, "My great^grauoiather slept on  it. Later it was put in the guestI'room,:  and when, black walnut came Into  fashion it Tsras banished to the servants'quarters."  "Delightful quarters for the humble," smiled the young man. "I think  I'll choose this room if it's as convenient for you."  "It will be more convenient. It's  smaller to care for, and easier bo  sweep because of the hardwood floor.  That Turkish carpet in the east room,  is gorgeous, but it's a sight of .work  to clean!"  "Look here!" said the doctor suddenly. "I won't have you cleaning for  mo. I'll have time enough at first,  anyway, to take care of my own  domain. I'm a dandy sweeper, and  can make a bed. as expertly as o  trained nurse. Just try me!"  Charmian laughed,  ~- "What would Grandma say? She  thinks it's frightful to even offer you  this room where she used to keep her  hired girl, But I think it's a lovely  room with its quaint dormers. Just see  the view from this window. Isn't the  river adorable from here? When I  was a little girl I used to pretend it  was a silver ribbon, pwt there by the  fairies. I remembqr confiding my  fancy to Jimmy Bennett, . and he  laughed. I didn't forgive him for years  and years!"  "No wonder!" responded John Car-  tor with Instant understanding. "Who  Is he? I'd like to smash his face for  yout"  "You, needn't hothar," laughed  Charmian, "in fact, I wbuulcln't hiivp  hurt him for worlds. ������Tlm Is tho risk!-?  young trtan of our 'contemn!ty,<aa"you  Will soon learn; and at'jpfreso-nt is' setting the. town agog by running after a  green hat," ,, ���������   ���������������������������-'',' .���������'���������"  ;'���������.���������'���������','";'*,, *<To Bo.CbntlnuQd.)   '  They are a mild  tive    whiclfi    fei  ut -^.orough iaxa-  ate^the bowels,  sweeten I_ie stoiimc-i; I' break un  colds and simple fevers; banish constipation and indigestion and make  the cutting of teeth easy. The Tablets are sold by. medicine dealers - or  by mail at 25c a box from The Dr.  Williams'" Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont. ' ' f  Just as we were converted "by the  open-window campaign our next-door  neighbor bought a radio.  WIU Cut Illiteracy  An active program will be inaugurated, within the next two weeks to  reduce; the number: of people in.; the  tJnlted States, who cannot read or;  write before tho census takers coxnei  in the spring. The object is to show-  illiteracy so reduced that the nation  will not feel humiliation when its figures are compared with those of Eng-i  land, Germany, Switzerland, Norway,  Denmark, Japan and other countries  that now lead It in this respect.  'St  Mi  &&  d I  ess  If one ho troubled with corns, ho  will nnd In Holloway'ffl Corn Remover  an. application that will entirely roil bvo suffering,  Back In i^OO, tlio foundations ot* In-  duo trial medlclno woiwi laid when a  doctor wrote a book of 43 chapters on  "DiflciMca of Artificer)!* aa-a Trad&a-  mon,"������  Tho next time a headacho malcM  you Btay at horned  Or some other ache or pain pm������  vente your keeping: ah cncaBomont���������  Remember Aspirin!   For tlioi"_ In  ocarccly any sort bt pain it cimnot  roltoyo, an^i rolleyo promptly.  These tablets glvo real roUel, or  mUltonH would not contbsuo to tuko  thenn. Tiaey aro qulto h-armless^ or  tlio modical profeimion would not  coHBtantly proacrlbo tliein.  Bo-n't bo n rnft-rtjfr to u^neccaBary'  PRln. To colds that might ho  easily ho chockod; nounttH, nou-  raltUi; to those puinn poculiar to  ���������womon; or any mifforing for wltEcli  JkBptrln to ouch' an ciToctivo antJ-  dotc*  Mlimrd'M Will Kill Oorw������.  You need not hesitate to talt������  Aspirin. It in ao/.. It Is nlwayo  tho ������u������o. It novor doprewon tli������  luwl, oo xum it m often an neotMi  but tlin causo of any pain can ito  treated only "by n doctor.  SPIolfiSJ  VNAIWMAIIKIUHI* TBOB  CRESTON  SETTER  The  Ladies' Guild  of Christ  Church announce a  VAUDEVILLE  Entertainment  at the  Grand Theatre  _. Local and Personal  COW FOR SALE���������Fresh milch cow.  Durham.   R. Hurl  Canyon.  FOR SALE���������II tons baled alfalfa. B.  J. Malthouse, Camp Lister.  FOR SALS���������Quantity of bee supplies  and some "bees.   Fnquire Review Office.  Mrs. Bunt of Victoria arrived at the  end of the week on a visit with her son,  Frank.  HAY FOR SALE���������Ton prime alfalfa  Kav.    _������.    Q-aike    fOrostl-wsit-   ranch^ ���������  Creston:  Mrs. Morris, Miss Williams and V.  Machoinewere Sirdar -visitors at Creston  on Tuesday.  FOR SALE��������� Chinchilla rabbits, does  $2 each. Two does and one buck, $5.  Mrs. J. B. Rudd, Wynndel.  FOR SALE���������Good work horse, going  cheap. Also some potatoes and vegetables.     E. Nouguier, Canyon.  J. N. Kimpton arrived from Nelson  on Tuesday and replaces Dick Chandler  as cashier at the Imperial Bank.  LOST���������Between ranch and Creston  Zerk type grease gun for auto. Reward  paid finder.   Percy BoSey, Creston.  prescribed number of scripture verses, on  Sabbath, "March 2nd.  Orchardists are again reminded of the  meeting on Saturday afternoon, March  1st, at which W. R Long and W.- G*.  Littlejohn, delegates to the recent B.C.  F.G.A. convention will report on convention business.  Creston Valley branch of the Canadian  Bible Society will have the usual house  to house canvass for funds next week.  _,_._, _, t _ __ ��������� _. ,     .      .      .     i The work of the society will be featured  <Jheap for cash.   Bert Boffey, Creston.  Oil  -Two rooms for  Apply    J.  P.  ues��������� marci  F<-  al  the best talent in  '.ITPilHf  ,_���������_.&  Creston Vallev.  Adults 50c.     Ciiiidrsn 25c.  ROOMS FOR RFNT-  rent, partly furnished.  Downey, Creston.  The season of Lent commences, next  "Wednesday. Easter Sunday falls on  April 20th this year.  FOR SALE���������Imperial sewing machine,  drop head, in good order, $15. Can be  seen at Creston Hotel.  FOR SALE���������White Leghorn hens,  laying good, $1 each. Also cockerel.  Mrs. J. B. Rudd, Wynndel.  Mr and Mrs. Wiekstrom, who have  spent the past three month on a visit  with friends at Washington state" points,  arrived home on Tueskay.  Miss Johanna Scott of Champion, Alberta, is renewing acquaintances in Creston this weeki a guest of Mra. Fred  Smith. .  APPLES WANTED-Wagener, Delicious and other good varieties. State  price and quality, MeKeown & Coulter,  Fernie.  EGGS F;R HATCHING���������Purebred  White Leghorn, $1 per setting of 15 egg?.  Book   your   orders   now.   V.   Mawson,  Creston.  FOUND-Ring with oval shape, top.  Finder can have same on proving property and paying expenses. Enquire at  town ball.  on ounauy evening.  Revs. D, Gray of Fernio and C. A  Rickaby of Wardner were among the  out off town uests at the Beaver Brotherhood banquet in Trinity United  Church  Hall on Thursday night. During their  stay in town they were the gnests of  Rev. R. E. and Mrs. Cribb.  At the adjourned annual meeting of  Creston Vasiey Agricultural Association  on Wednesday night Frank Putnam was  named president, with Chas. Sutcliffe,  vice-president*; and Chas. Murrell, secretary. The attendance was quite the  best seen at a fail fair annual in half a  dozen years.  ��������� ^...���������-^.,-ty ��������� -���������*, .> -���������.-������������������-���������.-���������..  ��������� A. rfh.  ^^^^M������^___W^MAiA������J__k_4fc_^k������jA������_B__ki.  t  t  i  r  *.  i  r  t  r  r  Ju._A->...^..i,.,  SgMSGMQlB   Go&i   m������rSG&  We have a car of Imperial EGG COAL arriving at once. This  is a good  hard   Coal_sereened  to size of your fist and  excellent for domestic Kanges and Stoves.    Try a ton and  you will want more.    PRICES: $9.00 per ton direct from  car; or $9.50 per ton shed.    Place your orders at once.  L-KL5 s On   ������ rmvi  REG WATSON  Mil,, run  ALBERT DAVIES  ~P _,5_  ot ns3  v^'%i"w w  ���������Tav������ "wy ^*'w  -���������������������������������.������     .fr.y.,.  ���������^���������^���������W^I'WW  '^'wif*  'W'ww  ���������yv wvw"w<r '.-<>���������  ���������~p mm^,wm,w,w  "ww^'w^r-  We are now booking orders for our  usual CARLOAD of FERTILIZER  and would ask you to at once itgure  out the quantity you will require and  let us have your order immediately.  jS������ ��������� h B i^B* ��������� ���������  *mMmW  U   1   |Jli  iJ  Our    1930    stoc't    will  shortly.    It  is   the   best  had,   and   the   price  ���������**������  I  J  i  ~ 4  IS  arrive  to be  right.  Creston Valley Co-operative Assn.  Two Stores ERICKSON  CRESTON  *���������- * ��������� ���������..���������*. A. A.���������L. A.������������������ A . _������. A . A . A     ,f\    rt,    .ft-A- A-������__ A.-A . A.-A. A.-A ��������� A.- A . rf. . ^     A    A.-���������L - A_-.fc ��������� A- A - A,., A.. A ... ���������  CHAS. PECK, Manager.  CHOICE  BABY  BEEF  PORK  and LAMB  Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon  Brookfield Pork Sausage  Fresh Saner Kraut  ' resh and b mo keel r ish  w. E. Card wishes to inform the general public that he is giving very special  prices on picture framing during March.  A call solicited.  The Presbyterian Latiea' Auxiliary  have booked the afternoon of Saturday.  March 15th, for a St. Patric's tea and  sa'e of home cooking.  LAJNTD FOR SALE���������20 acres of improved land, buildings and plenty of  water: goes for price of improvements.  E. NOUGUIER, Canyon.  J. C. Martin is having an auction sale  jplernents, household furniture,  etc., on Saturday, March 15th. Watch  for sale list in next week's issue.  Cnrist Church Woman's Auxiliary  announce a tea with sale of work . and  home cooking for Saturday. March 29th,  from 3 to 5-30, at the Parish Hall.  Mrs. MePhee of Kaslo arrived at the  end of the week on a visit with her son,  Page MePhee, who is one of the pilots  in charge of tbe local aviation school.  Miss Sloan of Grand Forks, instruction superintendent for the B.C. Telephone Company, paid an official visit to  the local ^exchange at the first of the  week.  FOR SALE OR TRADE���������2 h.p. Fairbanks-Morse gasoline engine complete  with geaTd pump jack, practically new,  going   cheap.    Mrs.   Bryce Cartwright,  ���������Creston.  Miss Marion McDonald is now on the  central staff of the local telephone central,  replacing Miss Jean Craigie. whose marriage to R. Chandler took place a few  days ago.  The Women's Institute inaugurate the  social season with a bridge in the Parish  Hall next Friday evening, with cards to  start at 8 15 prompt. The admission is  50 cents.  Creston Valley Co-Operative Association shareholders are receiving the usual  ���������"balance sheet this week, and the annual  meeting is set   for, Saturday   afternoon,  March 8th.  Remember   the   growers  meeting   at  Trinity Tnited Church hall  on Tuesday'  afternoon, March 4th, at  which   R,   B.  Staples will speak on the new features of  the Marketing Act.  Passenger traffic on t e C.P.R. through  the Crow is about the lightest ever. One  day last week the enstbound train pulled out of Creston with less than a dozen  passengers aboard.  FOR SALE���������Massey Harris 114 h.p.  power sprayer, used only two senRcms.  Al,o ranch horse, about 31000 lbs., and  Wagon, -sleight, etc. C. Iiollm (J. Hob-  den ranch), Crpston.  HATCHING EGGS-S.C. White Leg-  horn hutching ppgs for sale, from 2 yoar  old hens, splendid layers. R.O.P. stock,  $1 for 16 eggs. G. McWilliams (G. P.  Smith ranch), Erickson-.  J. W. Robinson who has spent almost  tlic past two months renewing acquaintances In Toronto and other Ontario  points, arrived home on Fri ay, and reports n freak winter in tho oust.  />4 nr\  **- -^IjCV -J������  \jjt  M f./llTi_C*  Mr. and 'Mrs. McKay and family take  this means of expressing a sincere' appreciation of the kindnesses and sympathy  shown them in their recent ber ayement.  TRY OUR SERVICE? Y8UU L5SCE IT  New Stock  and  New Equipment  on the way.  Call and get  Prices on the  New Plymouth  All Work Guaranteed.  I!  Hrsivfilii  viuuivii  Main St. at Barton Ave.  Rfl-.-U   muiuis  _���������_  *  4  4  *  4  ���������W'VV y������y������y^'y^'yyy^'y W"*"WW ���������  United  Church  Rev. R. E. CRIBB, E.A.r Minister.  il.OO a.m.  4.00 p.m.-  7.30 p.m.-  - WYNNDEL.  -CANYON.  -CRESTON.  Uiliidl     Until!*.!?  UIGOtUI!  ^UNOAYa  MAr<%jH 2S  CRESTON���������8_a.m., Holy Communion.  7.30 p.m., i_vensong.  LISTER���������21.00 a.m., Matins and Holy  Communion. r  S "^S     _____    "53  __?  b a B bEbBb     1  -F"BB  in Stock  PRICED from 25c. to $1.  per  double   roll  Borders to  Match  CEILING PAPER in Cream and White  30c. per double roll.  Patterns include Stripes, Floral and  Conventional designs.  All edges trimmed.  VARNISHED TILE for Bath and Kitchen  75c. per double roll.  . CRESTON MERCANTILE  | COMPANY,   LTD.  ���������J^ ���������*���������-"���������->* ���������_������������������--��������� : _���������_ - --v.-. -Ml -.-*_-.-���������-_-���������-.- --.--k t f*^inrfli--^-M^||IM|^a ^nAwJfcui'l'iii jni--a Atili J__i-fc* A������A������.fc������-fc fc-*h-i--Wai-i--i -tkmi-l-i^lia-ili  4  Mim A. Eddy of Calgary hna taken  charge of tho benuty parlor at tho A. 1*3.  French barber shop: Marcelling, water  waving and facial troatmontB aro given  Rpocinl attention, and prices aro moderate.  BaBohall fans, bo out for the big mooting on Sunday  afternoon   at  8 o'clock,  at; Creston Hotel, whon the club will be  organized for tho season land arrangements mado for entering tlto international longuo. "   ,    i  Tho Sacrament of tho Lord's Supper  will ho dlnpon������od in 8t Stophon'fl Piw-  bytoHun Church on March 0th, in tho  forenoon. Tho usual preparatory RPrvic-  wil! bo conducted on the Friday iwccccl-  ing nt S p.m. ������   n  Spoulail prlzt'H will bo glxron to children of St. Stephen's iPreshyterlnn Sab-  hath nolidol, who havo momorlsHid   tho  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &L. Veal  ������  Phone your order and receive our boat service.  TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAM* BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  URNSiCOMPANY Ifrl  g^jpq ^j^^^BwBrT fill g -yLlyi


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