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Array ������   V������l_.  CRESTON. B. G.i  APRIL 11,  1930  April  Meeting  Board of Trade  New attid Attractive Publicity  Pamphlet Almost Completed  ���������Progress Report on Hospital  ���������Name Convention Delegates  President Mallandaine was in- charge  of the April meeting of Creston Board of.  Trade which met on Tuesday night with  a representative turnout of members;:  -with puhlidty, hospital and highway  " matters. to tho fore.; y  In addition to fthe^usuai jot 'of letters'  of enquiry Nelson board, of trade had a  couple of resolutions for endorsatioh.  One requesting better facilities for steamboat traffic through the new bridge at  Kootenry Landing was approved, but a  hands off policy was adopted in connection with one demandin5 Kootenay be  given cabinet representation in the government at Victoria*-  For the Associated Boards of Trade  convention at Cranbrook next month  President Mallandaine and C. O. Rodgers  were named delegates and if auto traveling is good|it is likely a number of others  wul attend the convention.  Considerable progress is being made in  assembling necessary iniormation regarding establishing- and operating a hospital.  An encouraging report was received from  lnvermere which has a hospital with 14  beds, and New Denver, with a similiar  sized hospital, also supplied a report  which indicated that the maintenance of  hospital in these smaller' centres is not  the Rerious undertaking many people  suppose it to be.  The wnteup for the publicity pamphlet  was submitted. ..Most all of the- photographs required have been secured but  some hunting pictures would be particularlywelcome. The president, secretary,  with R. J. Forbes, F. Putnam and Geo  Johnson were named a special committee to revise the literary content of  the booklet as well as to select the illustrations and to have not less than 1000  pamphlets printed..  The matter of getting a cutoff at the  Crawford-Andy Anderson corner was  up for consideration." The board- has  taken this up before with the engineer, but this time it was decided to talk  the matter over with the local member  and again press for immediate action.  R. J. Forbes headed a delegation from  the newly-organized tennis club seeking  the financial backing for the club's activities. Every possible moral support  was assured; but as the board will need  all available funds for its own good conduct no financial  aid was forthcoming  Canyon Farmers' Institute are working out a competition at which cash  prizes will be given local children in' a  gopher killing contest this year.  Chas. Pipe has left for Creston where  he is working at carpenter work with  contractor G. Hendren.  Mr. and Mrs. Vance and son, Gordon,  were visitors at Kimberley a few days,  guests of their son, Clifford, who is now  resident there.  Canyon Water Users have their half-  yearly meetjhg- on Saturday. The- pipe  line withstood the winter frost splendidly  and there are no leaks report d anywhere, ��������� ���������'���������;"���������  Horsepower will be scarcer than, ever  s������ rsncu operations tuss .year, x ^actors  and motor discs audi ploughs will be utilized on at least four places -where horses  were formerly nsed.  Word is to hand from Mr. and Mrs*  Ridd that they are back to Heatherdown,  Alberta, for the summer season, after a  stay of about six months at Antross,  where the sawmill operated ail winter.  March ReDort  '���������ft-  !������f-_4*_     ^������������!-_#kS_i  "-4-  Division 3 AgaiebShows Highest  Monthly Attendance ���������r Four  Divisions Qv������# 90 Per Cent.���������  Honor Tie in Grade 2b.  Division,!���������B.'B.'S!  Per centYattenda-  Ranking:-Grad  Rente, Velma Rent&l  Davis, Molly Mo������orei  Perfect atteri  4..UUC1I. jLMViWav'M,  *3V_I_������*  Farland.     Grade     lb���������Zola    Walkey,  Angus Lovestrom, Lesiie Toozj.  Lillian Hendren, Victor McKay, Bobby  Kernaghan, Ethel Morrow, Hazel Speirs,  Hans Steiner, Leslie Tooze, Vivian  Walkley, Vera Watson, Bert McFarland,  David McFarland, Fred McKay, Helen  Dzvigola, Iky Krygsveld.  at  on  MUgg Siellngi  Gordon Smith, i who is   employed  Copper   Mountain,   arrived    home  Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Smith and  family.  T. Dickson, who has been occupying  the Miller house on- the -Alderson ranch  for some time past, has this week moved  into the house on the former R. G. Harris  ranch.  Bill and Henry Vaness, who were here  looking after the sale of the ranch effects,  left at the en- of the week for their  home in Armstrong..  days this week on a visit with  friends in  Bonners Ferry.;- " ��������� ��������� Y -: >Y ������������������:':'^''";^  The . yellow Easter lilies are in full  bloom and on Sunday there was tho  usual invasion of Creston people in quest  of these blooms.  John Kelly is the first to get on the  ' land in this section.   He is busy planting  out an acre to strawberries.  Bnb Marshall and Everard Constable  were Sunday visitors at Bonners Ferry.  Jerry, the young son of Mr. and Mrs.  R Alderson, was rather bably burned  from the waist down on Wednesday  when his clothing was set on fire by  matches which had come into his possession unknown to Mrs. Alderson. While  the burns are serious his condition, is not  critical.  Corny on City  Tho government grader Is giving Canyon roads some needed attention this  week. C. OgElvie of Wynh del is in charge  of the tractor, and Dune. Weston of  Creston is graderman this year.  |_P _   -_ JL ._ _ _      mm ...   ���������   -..  tuSIBi uulu  The Ladies5 Aid of Trinity United  Church aro holding their Easter  Bazaar in  United Church Hall  SA"L APRIL 19  3 to. 3.30 p.m.  A splendid assortment of  Plain and Fancy Sewing  Hotmc Ccahimgf.���������   Candy'  Novelty  Stall of   Toys  AFTERNOON TEA  EVERYBODY WKT .COME f  WytwntlGl  Mr. and Mrs. R. Uri and family returned last week from Arrow Park,  where they spent the winter.  . Father Choinel of Cranbrook waR here  one day last week for Roman Catholic  Church service.  Mrs, C. Leamy and son wero Creston  visitors a few days last week.  Elias Uri and sons, who have been at  Arrow Park for the -winter, returned  homo last week.  Mrs. E, Uri is a patient, in thr Nelson  hospital, having undergone an operation  for appendicitis. ������  Misses Annie and Ethel Hook and  Warrnn Hook of Spokane aro spendinK  their spring vacation with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Grady.  Miss Evans of Cranbrook is a visitor  with her mother. Mrs. Rumsey.  R, Foxall of the Associated Growers  staff, Nelson, is holidayinjj With his par-  entfl hore.  Mrs, Sliniigsby and son, Howard, who  havo spent tho winter with Mr. Sliniraby  lit Natal, returned homo Monday to  start spring operations on fcho ranch. ���������'  Kill -Cure Klub Koncort on Saturday,  April t2th, nt 8 p.m., in tho old school-  houBO.   Con cor t, supper and dance 75c,  Meeting of W. A. nt tho homo ot Mm.  Dhvldgo, Wed not day, April 16th, at 2.80  p.m,  'Most farmers uro lni������y uncovering tho  ���������airawberrl-tJ nnd they loolc igotMl After tfae  wlnfcw iK'SMion.'  Iwood, Principal.  92.5.  ack Payne, Edith  Grade T��������� Lucille  George Collis,  abel Johnson,  Morabito, Kate  Payne, Reetba Philips, Bert Morrow,  Velma Rentz, Jane |pss, Arthur Speers,  Margaret Stapietott| Daisy Trevelyan,  Clifford York.-; -Y:-yH| .  Division 2 ���������Miss MeJdrum, teacher.  Per cent, attendance, 91.  Ranking:     GradW 5���������Ruth  Spencer*  Margaret    Torchia^| Irving   Ferguson.  Grade 6���������Eleanor Sjftratt, Ethel Sutcliffe,  Dorothy ColHs.    ;||:  Perfect Attendance^.. ���������  Raymond Bevan,t>Bill Bourdon; Lily  Brixa,, Dorothy X^oilis, Arthur Dbdd.  Clarence Eoabree^; Irving Ferguson,  Hughena McCreath, Lloyd McLaren,  Norman Nickel. ,||&-a!d Phillips, Ruth  Spencer, Eleanor ij^tt, Ethel Sutcliffe,  Jean Donaldson; v^v"'  Division 3��������� Mis3 W������������o, teacher.  Per cent. attendance, 94.62.  Ranking: Grade ^5���������-Theo. Tomkins,  oxara o^ni-uuLj a^uvi muuuw. vrFade  4���������-Leona Schmidt, Iona Hills, Maisie  Ferguson. ^f^- ,:-'4'-::'-:'  Perfect Attendance: l  '���������'������������������ Billy ^Crasg,'-^Gladys''^ayies;. y Doris  IonaB:iite|St������i  'tto^Margate:  'Morrow,;Helen'"MeCfeath, .J?#Ie. .__  Clara; Paulson, YNorman ;vPfiiiiip^^e|Mx  RyckEnah, Leona Schmidt, Je^ie^Spratt,  Tressa Torchia, Billy Weir.        '  Division 4���������Miss Holmes, teacher.    .  Per cent, attendance, 92.2.  Ranking: Grade 3 Senior���������Irene Brady,  Stanley Hendren, Ruby Palmer. Grade  3 Junior ��������� Billy McFarland, Gustav  Steiner, Marguerite Grant. Grade 2  Senior���������Norman Kjenstead Jack Moran,  Phyllis Wiltse,  Perfect A.tencltmce:  Francis Bourdon, James Bourdon,  Irene Brady, Russel Gabelhei, Stanley  Hendren, Ernes* Hills, Walter Hills,  Betty Kernaghan, Jack Moran, Mary  Ross, Thomas Ross, Olive Ryckman,  Ariel Shade, Jean Speirs, Gustav Steiner,  Mary Watson, ArdreyWeir, Campbell  Yorkp Billy McFarland, Vernon Donaldson.  Idaho and Local  Meet,May  Mr. Christensen, who is operating' 700  acres on the Reclamation Farm at the  Huseroft bend, has seeding well along,  and expects to complete the work by the  middle of the month;  M. Holben, who owns the Davis shed  section of the Reclamation Farm is work  in^r day andnlght shifts, and has consid-;  erable of the area disced and ready  to  seed.  Jim Dodds of Erickson, foreman on  the L. Bishop 800 acres, is also well along  with the discing and ready to commence  seeding.  Mr. Garretson, who has about 500  acres at the boundary line, is hauling,  lumber for the ereatlon of a small residence on his holding. ���������  Dick Whaley, the International Harvester Company representative, has been  busy at the farmhouse the past two  weeks, assembling the machinery for  Messrs. Rodgers and Kirk. . Dudley Rogers got discing under way last Thursday.  i  ' C. C. French is  getting in a   crop  of  early pot toes, and reports leasing a part  of his wheat land to Dudley Roger*-.  Dudley and Gerald Rogers, who are occupying the Reclamation farm house, are  operating two sections of land and have  spring work well along.  Idaho Legion State Convention  to Adjourn to Greston for One  Session���������Legion l_ad.es' Auxiliary Members also Coming. -  Early next month Creston *i_ due to  entertain the largest, and -most notable  gathering of visitors in the town's history, who will be here on a! combined  business nd pleasure visit. The expected guests are delegates from all points in  Idaho, who will be attending the annua*  state convention of the American Legion  at Bonners Ferry, as well as the delegates  to the yearly gathering of the Amerifan  Legion Ladies' Auxiliary, whose state  convention will assemble at Bonne! s  Ferry at the same time, In addition to  the delegates from. Idaho it is expected  Legion higher-ups from Montanja, Washington and Oregon will- also be in attendance. Likewise it is. assured that many  of the Legion delegates will be accompanied by their wives and if the weather  is at all favorable Creston will have visitors to the number of at least 100.  On advice that the Idaho Legion convention would be at Bonners Ferry the  Creston Post of the Canadian Legion  immediately extended an official invitation to hold part of the convention in  Creston and th ? idea appealed so strongly  to the Bonners Ferry ex-service men's  organixation   that  on   Tuesday  of last  ust  Jfsckel.  "Gordon-Hurry 'wM-a-iVilitbr^wji^'^-l-'  week  Messrs. U.   C. Wilson  anu ������-. _i-  -Lfafet9  Division 6��������� Miss Brown, teacher.  Per cent', attendanct, 85.72.  Ranking: Grade 2b���������-Kenneth Hester,  Lorna Donaldson and Teddy Hewitt  equal, Margaret Cribb.' Grade la���������  Hazel Speirs, Vera Watson, David Mc-  GO OD FRIDAY  APRIL ISth  Hot  gjUiiS  To avoid disappointment  we will appreciates your  placing orders' for Hot  Cross Buns BY NOON  of THURSO AY, APRIL  APRIL 17th  ICE CREAM BRICKS-all  flavors���������for Easter.  Creston Bakery  W. FHASEH.  son friends a few days last;week.   ��������� ���������  Miss Euphemia Fisher -of Nelson" is  a visitor here this week, a guest of Mrs.  Lister.  Frank Baker is away on a business  trip at Nelson, Trail  and   other  points  west.  Otto Hehne, Adolf and Herman Som-  merfeld along with Adolf Domke left in  the latter's auto for Southern Alberta  points, on a work horse buying trip.  Only four tables of players turned out  for the Community Society court whist  at the snhoolhouse on Saturday evening,  at which the high scores were made by  Miss Cuitis and W. P. Edwards.  Rev. A. Garlick of Creston was here  on Sunday, for the Church of England  service, and had a representative turnout for the monthly hour of worship.  John Huseroft has just disposed of  some 76 sheep and Iambs from his well  known flock, the buyer being J. Jauncey  of Wynndel. The purchase reduces the  flock to less than a doxen head, but it is  Mr. Huscroft's intention to continue  strongly in sheep.  , Misses Ruby and Vivien Ross, who are  staying with their aunt, Mrs. Frank  Baker, were called to Blairmore, Alberta,  this week duo tho illness of their brother,  .ollowing an operation  for  appendicitis.  R. V. Wilcox, R.O.P. inspector for the  Dominion poultry branch, waB hero on  an official visit at tho Fred Powers  poultry farm on Friday last.  Another sale of L'ster land wbh completed this week when H. C. Sparrow  purchased and took possession of the  farm of the lato John Howitson. originally known as the Atkins place.  Mr. and Mrs. Rnmm nnd family from  Canyon aro getting settled on the former  Vine.'Liddlcoat place, which Mr. Rnmm  purchased about six weeks nrco.  MiasI.a_.ol Hobdon. principal ot Huseroft school, haa issued tho March report  aa follows: Highest standing; Grade 8  ���������Min ie Huseroft, Grade 0���������Margaret  Huseroft, Waddy Huncroft; Grade 6���������  Tom Tedford, Bert Huncroft. Grade 4������������������  Virgin* Bohmor, Rupnrt. Bnhmor, Grade  Q���������Aloha Bohmor, Leonard Huncrotft.  Grade 2���������Warron. Himcroft, Bert Tedford, Grade 1, ���������Kenneth Huseroft, Dennis Bohmor. Perfect attondau.ee���������Alalia  Bohmor,, Virglno Bohmor, Alox, Dom-  chuk, Arthur Hurry, Margar-t Hu������croftr  Mln.n!������k Huseroft, Wasd-fly I-fuweroft, Wnr-  ren Huncroft, Boris Tedford.  White, of Bonners Ferry Legion, visited  Creston and had a conference with the  executive of Creeton Valley Post., at  which preliminary arrangements were  made, for the international get together.  Illlelin^  stifg the^ lopal members,expressed-a. sincere  appreciation of the invitation and believed that a joint meeting would be mutually beneS-lai. The exchange, of ideas  in itself was worth while and the strengthening of international goodwill was  equally important. '. ���������"  The executive of Creston Post has  named R. J. Forbes, W. V. Jackson and  S. M. Watson a committee to interview  the village council seeking the practical  co-opperation of the village, and Messrs.  Forbes. F. Lewis, Reg. Watson, W. V.  Jackson, G. Davie and C. W. Allan were  named a corqmittee to generally supervise affairs in connection with the visit.  At present the idea is to have the joint  session of tho two Legion organizations  in the afternoon, to be followed by a  supper and a dance in the evening to  which all veterans, whether Legion mem-  bors or not, along with their wives and  daughters are invited. It is more than  likely Creston Legion will pay Bonners  Ferry a similar visit during 1980 and  h^pe ia expressed that these conferences  may become annual affairs.  Now is the time to place  your orders for  (Ea$tr Oft$  and  im (Earner  ON HAND  at  Cook's Greenhouse  CRESTON __ ,..) _..-,!g!5S5g-B-B"il--to_^ rnm>..ui  'WA������MufwM_K������A-__a  THE   BEVIEW.   CKBSTON, -B.   a  Grange p#i&������������ las  fey tar tlie Sto^st flavour  11^*11  ?������s  *F?esl& f rasn. tl&e gar&esa������*  Tke Stumbling Block  "Whatever siay l������ the outcome of the naval conference Sn session In  4_������ti<ion, and at the time of writing it is still problematical and obscure, the  fact that leading statesmen ot" the world, engrossed, -as they are, with many  domestic and other problems, and carrying heavy responsibilities, have for  months dog-gredly persevered in their efforts- to find common ground upon  which a reduction of armaments can be brought about, is, In itself, ono of  the most hopeful signs for world peace.  Not many years ago such  a conference would have,  long ere  this,  broken up In an, open confession of failure, with national feelings more  embrttered than ever, and a still more feverish renewal of warlike preparations on the part of all nations. Even if the present conference does ixrt  succeed in reaching a formal and unanimous  agreement, the persistency,  listed.  Flier Performs      .  Thrilling Exploit  the intensity nvith which those participating have- sought for a solution as  encouraging and full of hope for ultimate future success.  Tbe proceedings of tlio conference as they havo dragged along week  after week, have proven the sincerity of the statements made by the various  representatives at the opening session, namely, that they and the governments they re-present are keenly desirous af reaching an agreement, that  they are anxious to make future wars impossible, that they believe in the  letter and spirit of the Kellogg peace pact, and to that end are willing to  make what they consider sacr' flees to achieve a reduction hi armaments and  a. eonsequeisi lessening of the possibilities of war and of the burden of  taxation Imposed upon their people.  This sincerity of purpose has been deisaonstrated over i and over again.  When any particular formula or plan, was found to be unacceptable in any  particular to any one nation, the others sought for amendments "that would [  meet the objections raised, "When the objections urged were found to be 'insurmountable, that formula or plan was discarded!, and -sometbing differaht  brought forward. Step by step, in sub-conferences innumerable* -by direct  negoUatioEts between those countries which were farthest apart in their  views, difficulties were gradually overcome.  Just how much has been accomplished., the world does not yet know;  perhaps little of a really definite nature. But the whole effect has been  beneficial. It is beyond all question that the nations now understand and  appreciate each others viewpoints and difficulties better than ever before,,  because it is quite evident that the negotiations have been conducted with  great frankness, and yet with an absence of that bitterness and ill-feeling  which existed in past years. Whatever the present outcome, the way, we  repeat, has been paved, to ultimate success.  And what is the obstacle to immediate success, assuming that it cannot  at this time be achieved? It 3s that the centuries-old racial dislikes, suspicions, superiority complexes, and; religious differences still project themselves and live in this twentieth century of the Christian era. Each and!  every nation Indignantly denies and rejects the idea that they entertain,,  desire >or propose any policy or act of aggression against any other nation.  But each and every nation is, nevertheless, demanding security against other  nations. In a word, while professing their own honesty of purpose, they  remain doubtful and suspicious of their neighbors.  Here in Canada we anay find it somewhat difficult to understand this  attitude, and be inclined to question the sincerity of those who adopt it.  But if we pause for a moment and ponder over the problem a bit. we will,  perhaps, come to appreciate the European viewpoint somewhat better. And  In doing so we, too, may learn a lesson of Importance to ourselves, our J  communities, and our Dominion.  After all. what i.s the chief cause of friction, ill-will, bitterness and  suspicion right here in Canada, and in our own community? Does it not  arise out of differences in. racial origin, different languages employed,  differing forms by and through which we worship the same God? Are we  not suspicious .and distrustful of our neighbors simply because their racial  origin differs from our own, because their mother tongue is. not ours,  because their religious thought and church observances d'ffer from ours?  Wo feel that they should conform to our ideas and ways of thought, and  because wo feel this, we imagine that they, in turn, are trying to impose  their ways upon us.  It is the same European nightmare in a somewhat milder form. Wo  want and demand security, Instead of armies and navies, we place rel'anco  In laws, regulations, prohibitions, Franco wotild bring all Europe to her  wav of th.in.kmfr, Germany to her way. Wo. in Canada, seem to clomawd  complete asslmlliatlon. absolute uniformity, It is tho same principle. And  It ts a principle If persisted In, and carried to ita lOgcal conclusion, results  in ill-feelhig, bitterness and strife, and makes peace impossible of attainment,  A broader education, a truer appreciation of tho fact that all meji arc  brothers, that a man's a man for a' that; a nearer approach to the spirit of  tho Christ, is an essential of world disarmament and peace, just as it is an  essential to community betterment and national peace and. progress,  Demands for security w'li only bo ���������unnecessary and die when wc no longer  entctatn sus-ptclons and fears of those against whom wo would arm in. ono  form or ^mother.  Australian Ace  Forces  Machine  To  = 55ise In Forest Clearing  Captain   Charles     King-ford     I>,  gmith's the "Australian ace -who flew  from ,the United States to Australia  En 102^, has just performed ona ol  the most thrilling exploits of his career. ���������'���������'."���������  He is now the director of an air  line. Recently when one of the com- 1  pony's trlple-engEned machines made  a forced landing in a forest clearing  wear Bonalbo, Northern New South  Wales, it seemed that tho "piano  eoulds be moved only by being dismantled.  Smith went to the scene, repaired  the damaged under-carriage, tied  'the 'plane's tall to a tree- and sot his  ���������englaaea going full speed. When the.  machine lifted from the ground a  farmer cut the rope and the 'plane  flashed away like a rocket.  Even then the straining 'plane,!  bucking like a broncho, could barely  rise above the towering forest trees.  A topmost; bough tore the fabric  from, underneath the fuselage and  tho machine trembled like a wounded  btret, but it kept up and Smith got it  safely to the airdrome.  We can never he sure just whaS  makes an infant restless: but the  remedy can always be the same.  Good old Castoria * There's comfort in every drop of this, pure  vegetable preparation, and not the  slightest harm in its frequent use.  As often as Baby has a fretful  spell, is feverish, or cries and. can't  sleep, let Castoria' soothe arid quiet  tuns. Sometimes it's a touch of  colic. Sometimes constipation. Or  diarrhea���������a condition that should  A  TIRED FEELING  IN SPRINGTIME  Not Sick, But Not Up To the  Mark���������You Need the Help Of  That Sterling Tonic^ Br. Williams' Pinfc-Piiisr���������*irhey. Give  New Vitality.  With the passing' of winter many  people feel "weak, depressed and easily t'red. The body lacks the vital  force and energy pure blood alone can.  give. Xn a word, while .not ecxactly  sick, the indoor life of winter has left  its mark upon them. A blood-building, nerve-restoring tonic is needed  to give renewed health and energy.  I>r. Williams' Pink Pills are an all-  year-round blood builder and nerve  tonic, but are especially useful in. the  spring. Every dose helps to make  new, rich, red blood and-..with this  new blood returning strength, cheerfulness and good health quickly follow.  If vou are pale, easily tired, or  breathless at the "least exertion, if  your complexion is poor or you are  troubled wfljh- pimples or eruptions,  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are just  ��������� what-you need to put you right. If  you have twinges of rheumatism, are  subject to headaches and backaches,  if you are Irritable and nervous, if  your sleep does not refresh you,  or your appetite is poor, you need the  treatment Or. Williams' Pink Pills  alone  can give���������you  need, the" new-  very promptly j ir it doesn't, you  should call a physician.  Al! through babyhood, Castoria  should be a mother's standby; and  a wise mother does not change to  stronger medkines as the child  grows older. Castoria^ is readily  obtained at any drugstore, and ithe  "    "      -      -     the  that  War Restrictions Raised  One of the last remaining relics of  the Great War has been abolished "iy  the League of Nations. This is the  series of Import and export restrictions which were enacted by the various nations during the war to prevent exportation of   raw   materials  Linking: Canada and Britain  British Post Office To Provide Direct  Wireless Phone Service  Canada and Britain are to be linked by direct wireless telephone. The  House of Commons recently debated  i the respective merits of the Marconi  and manufactured articles necessary ��������� g^a the British post. office. wireless  for them to carry on tho conflict. As  the years rolled by and the regulations were not repealed world- trade  was seriously hampered.  Por years Mother Graves'1 Worm  Exterminator has ranked as a reliable worm preparation and it always  maintains its reputation.  Central Steam Keating System  Por-the first time since Its establishment in 1924, the City of Winnipeg's central steam heating system  shows a surplus, $31,090 having been  realized last year. From now on the  system is expected to be on a paying-  basis, s, , .      ���������.  systems. Hon. H. B. Lees-Smith,  postmaster-general, revealed! that the  Canadian government had expressed  a desire for direct service.  The direct service will be provided  by the post ofSce. Arguing the general merits of the post office system  as contrasted with Marconi, the  postmaster-general said, the lower  costs of its aerials enabled it to give  three wave lengths to each -Dominion. The Marconi system provided  two to most of the dominions and  only one for Australia.  Minard's is Best for Grippe.  Interest Sn Kay Route  i  being  hTiotb-s!  in  the proposed opening of the Hudson  Bay route this year, many communications being received   by    the  ^^Z^S^tZ��������� WM-tt <* Railways. ^^ ^  this medicine always brings. Mr. A. 1  Marcotte, North H������m," Que., writes:  ������������������"I have found great benefit from  the use of I_r. Williams' Pink Pills.  Before I began using them I was in  a badly run-doxvn condition, and at  times felt pcarcelv able to work. Dr.  Williams" Pink Pills have changed all  this and since taking them I am enjoying the best of health. Every man  who fee^s run-down and easily tired  should give this groat medicine a fair  trial"  Try Dr. Williams1 Pink Pills for  anaemia, rheumatism, neuralgia, indigestion or nervousness- Take them  as a tonic if vou are not m the best  physical condition and cultivate a resistance that will keep you well and  strong. You can get these pills  through any medicine dealer or by  mail at 430c. a box from the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., BrockviLle, Ont.  Industries. It is anticipated, that a  large number will attend -the opening ceremonies.  An ounce of good humor Is worth a  pound of regrets.  Eely Curse Of Pharaohs  The king and queen of the Belgians have defied the reputed curse  of the Pharaohs. With Howard Carter, excavator of the tomb of Tut-  Ankh-Amen, King Albert and Queen  Elisabeth visited the tomb hi the  Valley of the Kings, and neither indicated any bad luck was expected.  Thereafter the king walked nearly  two miles from his yacht into Ka_v  riak.  Heally large precious stones, especially emeralds, rubies, and sapphires  are in great demand; they may run  up to $50,000 ia value.  Crime In Ontario  Sixty-Five Years Of Service  -Wgliiy-OriO'-Vmir Old Woman It> Still  On rToh  A white haired woman &at at hor  bench In the J, & ID. St oven a plant in  Cromwell, Connecticut ���������- uat and  thought back over n stretch of nfcxty-  five years of aorviec under one firm.  Meanwhile she was buny at her job  ���������that of painting little Iron toys nnd  packing ,thorn for shipment. The  woman who Is believed to have the  longest record of employment with  one concern In Connecticut, Is Misa  Kate Ralph. Sho began work with  tho Stevens concern, when. sixteen.,  Misa Ralph. l.i a a walked tho throo  miles from hor home to her tWly  task every day of hor ���������working Hife.  She In the picture of health.  Tlio Deadly Pair  Open welli* and Iooho boards with  naliln in them aro a monaco to many  oh'Ulren on owv farms nnd in. our  town a. Both aro m otiaUy prevented  by a little caro and fovenigut,  InereuHttH In  (Serious  Crimes  Shown  In   Provincial   Police  Report  Increaso.si In. several of the more  serious crime categories were noted  In the awjTua.. report of the Ontario  provinc'al police which wua tabled in  tho legislature. Profiocutlons during  1020 totalled 13,108, an Increase of  1,888 over tha flgureH for tho preceding year.  Increases were noted In. tho number  of murders, manslaughter charges,  atfoncoB against women, suicides,  automobile fatalities and drownings.  Last year there-wero 20 murders in  the province, compared to 14 In 1028;  2S manslaughter chargow, agalmit 18;  8������ suicides ngainat 58, automobile  fatalltlow totalled 248, while there  were only 102 In 1028, and drowning-  increased from lid to 18JU Deaths  from other causes numbered 188,  compared to 243 In 1028,  Fully 100,000 persons in Italy receive their livelihood from the roian-  wfacturo and ttale of automobklc������,  A monthly newspaper published by  stud onto of Alaska College hi Fairbanks, has attained a circulation of  4,000.  Minardi Will Stop '11ml rroothadho.  W.   N.   U,    1882  YOU'LL FIND A  hundred   vital,  saving uses for Para-  Sani Heavy Waxed  Paper in your home.  Gome a it\ handy,  sanitary, knife-edged  package, For less exacting uses; '^Centre.  Puir Waxed Tissue  (flat sheets). At  grocers, druggists.  stationers,  HAMILTON ONYAHKQ  mnuii  Western RcfmtiumtatiMir:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SASK.  ) v.?  THIS    KEVEBiW".    C3RESTO]ff;'-:' B.    a  MQUOR EXPORT  C.Tvr&/_rtr������F_  ?rrus_.ii  NTHE SENATE  f-SLIB I  -WIJLJU  -'-Y Ottawa,.. Oat���������A ,. '"deqlefraaoa-,"by  Senator Chariea E. '.Ta^er^c.pf-iHhli-';  fax, that in his bp'nion the gioverhr  meat bill to   prohibit   liquor : cleaW,  ances to shipments destined for the  United States appeared, to have been  "dictated from Washington," featur-  , ed discussion, of this, measure.' in the  Senate.  The entire time of the Senate dur-  ��������� ra,bE^ sitting was devoted to dlscus-  '"sion   of.  the   bill,       Senator: Tanner  occupied the major part or the time  In a lengthy speech supporting the  Conservative amendment to the.mo-  .tion for second reading.  This' amendment which was moved^  by Senator W. B. Willoughby, Con-"  servative leader in the Senate, asks  that the bill be not read a second  time at present, "but that it be referred to a specisi committee, to be  selected by the Senate, for the purpose of first obtaining' information  as to "the effect the passing- of-the  bill would have on the economic,  national and international conditions and relations of Canada-" .  Senator Tanner asserted that the  bill could commit'Canada to a policy  of  the  prevention   of  liquor  export  . to the TJnited States.  "The more we give these people,  the more they want," said Senator  Tanner, with reference to the TJnited  States. As far as the government of  the United States was concerned he  considered it both "relentless and  selfish." The TJnited States, he declared, always got the best of any  bargain that it entered into with  Canada.  "Are they taking our interests into consideration in the tariffs they  are framing?" asked Senator Tanner, in elaborating on his declaration that the United States consequently looked after Its- own- interest  exclusively. "How about the Chicago  diversion? Are we getting any  nearer to a solution of that .'*  Senator TaiHiOT said that the Unitr  ed States representatives in London  today were saying: "Here we are.  If you care to come to 'bur terma  there'll be an agreement." The senator expressed admiration for the  point of view which he attributed to  the United States. They were looking  after their own interests, and _ he  wished that the government of Canada would take a similar attitude in  respect to the Dominion.  There were two other speakers.  Senator Nathaniel Curry "of Nova  Scotia, said ho would not yoba  far the bill. In his opinion withdrawal of Canada's liquor exports  from the United States would not  affect the situation in that country.  Canada exported about two per cent.  of the liquor consumed in the United  States. Illicit manufacturers would  very soon make up that deficiency.  Question  Of  General  Election  Discussed  But No Official Statement Is Issued  For Press  Ottawa,  Ont.���������The -question of, a,  general election was discussed at a  recent caucus of the libera., party.:  ������������������ ���������V^ile^ho^official.'^tatement.-was -is-:  -suedrat; the conclusion of -the meeting,  it is understood PremierMac-  kenssie King stated that he was. ho  yaoio decided whether to    hold    an  election this year or in 1931, than he  was three months ago. But, at the  same time, it is said the prime minister warned members they should begin preparations    and    continue    to  make preparations..     ,....  The views of a number of private  members were expressed; and, it is  understood, that in the course of  this discussion a suggestion was  made that August 25 next, might  possibly be the date for an election.  BRITISH AMBASSAJKMt TO V.B.  vmmmmi  Oil Gustier  .--��������� Tr.ni|lr(_T.r,^18p&'gi^ii:.8B:.>>1  Doukholiors On Rampage  _v  Fire   Hazard   Threatens   lives   and  Property Of Oklahoma   Y  Oklahoma    City,    Okla.���������A   great  gusher roared like a young volcano  in the backyard of Oklahoma" City,  while men made futile efforts to control a spout of gas and oil unleashed  in the race for riches.  The gusher has driven inhabitants  from its environs, deluged the section with a thick coat of.petroleum,  through which even trucks cannot.  pull, filling ravines with gas and  threatened lives and property with a  fire hazard. .   "     :: .  A pebble, driven by the tremendous - flow of "gas released into the  sky, might strike the spark which  would envelop the countryside in  flames. ���������"���������',.���������  Sir Ronald Lindsay,  ambassador to   the   United  who,  with  Lady  Lindsay,  has  just  arrived at Washington, D.C., to take  over his new duties.  Cosg.aveRe-Elected -  Eight Fanatics Stage Nude Demonstration at Nelson, B.C.  Nelson, B.C.���������A nude demonstration Sunday by eight non-community  jpoukhobors, who interrupted the  preaching of Peter . Veregih at fee  _uun:aal-; meeting"-;.; .'effi^.-t-te-r. -.-'-Osristian-  C^mmKi&3^  hood, at 'BriBismtivrwas jtoliowed  further disorders Monday sight by  about 200 .who;did not go to the extent o������\ disrobing. The provincial1  police from Nelson were called out  to maintain order.  The   demonstration  resulted  in  a  committee being appointed    hy    the  conference  to  interview the malcontents and offer them a tract of land  In the  Slocan Valley for  their Tise,  provided they would agree to be law  new   British -j abiding,    to  send   their  children  to  States, j the schools, and to pay lawful taxes.  This offer was rejected by the disturbers, who demanded the privilege  of-livingrinr close association with the  community without obligation to pay  rates or obey the laws. They were  then;requested toCleave.  IUDY VARIOU  Fin **!*_? tpMn  /\r*  GRAIM iND  ges m  Neudorf  HetaJiss Presidency Of.- Irish Free  State Executive^ Council  Dublin, Ireland.���������William T. Cos-  grave was re-elected by the Dail  Eireann to serve as president of the  Irish Free State executive council.  He thus maintained Siis ascendancy  over Eamonn de Vaiera,, campaigner  for an YOrish Republic."  "Cosgrave who bad been defeated  by a narrow margin recently on an  old age pensions bill, was chosen for  his old post by the Dail after De  Vaiera and the Labbrlte leader, T. J.  O'Connell, had been thrust aside in  turn.  The successive votes were:  For De Vaiera: 54 for, 93 opposed.  For O'Connell: 13 for, 78 opposed.  For Cosgrave: 80 for, 55 opposed.  ai in. Top 81 ike World  Folks   Get the    Blues   When    It  Is  Mid-Winter In the Arctics  .Winnipeg, Man.���������AH the top-of-  the-world folk get the blues when  it's mid-winter in ,the arctic., .This  is the comment of William. Murray,  manager -of the Hudson's Bay Company post at Herschel Island, off the  :. Ottawa.,.'. 'O.it.-^-lsree.-'. fellowships .  esi^Kshed'.by;, thV: Cas-ad&an.; Wheat.,  Foolito -fjurther scientific research fa-  problems of the Western Canadian  grain industry, each having an annual value of $1,200 have been  awarded by the National Research  Council.  As announced the successful candidates are:  R. G. Dunlop, B.Sc., University of  Saskatchewan, who will undertake  research in the Department of Field  Crops and Plant Biochemistry of the  um vexjuty   __   iuuetufa  K. R. Sallans, B.Sc, University of  Saskatchewan, who will undertake  research in the the Department of  Wheat Chemistry, of tbe University  of Saskatchewan.  C. A. Winkler, B.Sc, University of  Manitoba, -who wiU undertake research in the Department of Agricultural Chemistry of the University  of Manttoba.  Sixty-five persons have been successful in securing a national research council post-graduate research scholarship, tenable in Canadian universities during the year  1930-31. -This year considerably  more than twice as many applications  were  received  as  there  wero  BewardOf ������500 13 Offered For Conviction. Of Offenders Y  - Neudorf,- Sask.���������-The ..municipality  of McLeod has offere_t a reward of  $500 for the conviction of the parties  believed to. be waging a Vendetta  agalnst Louis Ulmer, a farmer . of  this district .and his fsajaily^: Bast September, ���������~-when tho farm was in  possession of Uimer's father, four  horses arid two cows were killed in  a peculiarly cruel manner, and subsequently the granary was. burned  down, 1,400 bushels of wheat being  destroyed. Recently 'two more horses,  a oow and a calf were killed outright  and four horses badly injured.  PayTribute  Ta  JLV  f_-r  IV!  to the brief period when- daytime is  a generous  murky twilight.  From November 26 until January  16,  observes Mr. Murray, no sun is  visible at Herschel Island.    Little or  no travelling is done although there  is fairly good light at mid-day, when  ; :; red glare appears in the southern  j sky.  For days before  the  sun's  re-  j turn natives stand eagerly on top of  i their igloos seeking-first glimpse^ of  ! Old Sol.    .  north shore of. Canada. He refers awards available, says a statement  period when daytime is issued recently by the Research  word for  two hours of i Council.  Reserve Bank For Australia  High Prices For Livestock  " Calgary, Aiberta. ��������� Forty mature  Aberdeen-Angus bulls brought on  average price of approximately $190  each at auction during the opening  session of - the Calgary spring bull  sale. A total of 13 animals wore sol-  including a number of yearlings,  which were loss in demand, the average-for the animals of this breed being $171.  Memory Of Hans Christian Andersen  ; Is Honored At-Copenhagen  Copenhagen.���������One   hundred   thousand persons  gathered  at  the  towrrf-  hallhere to sing the national anthem. ~~   in memory of Harts Christian Ander-   lf Established, Will Have Ten Million  ���������.seni^^iiwf^ :��������� -;i-:. ���������'.- ���������;��������� -; ���������.-��������������������������� ���������t'Do*Ia^--'CaSk5-taI-:' -������������������;-���������..  ;- Y'  Eesl;.. ������������������������������������ ^.;;,Yy.-\;.-.':v:;M!.v-^v-:^; ������������������ .^Yj-    Canberra, Australia.-���������Hon. ��������� 22. "G,  Three    classes    of    post-graduate  scholarships are awarded, known as  bursaries, studentships and fellowships, having an annual value of  ������750, $1,000 and $1,200 respectively.  These awards are provided to enable Canadian students who have  graduated with distinction from a  university to continue their training  in science until they have qualified  for a Ph.D. degree in order to build  up a corps of thorouhgiy trained research workers for service in Canadian industries, universities and ta  the technical departments- of the federal and provincial governments,  '. Two Copenhagen, officials spoke in  English, French and German concerning Andersen's humble birth 125  years ago, and their words were  broadcast throughout Europe.  .Theodore, Commonwealth treasurer,  introduced in- the House of Assembly  a b511 to create a central reserve  bank similar to the Central Reserve  Bank of South Africa. The bank will  Members  of tiie ' diplomatic corps j have a capital of $10,000,000, drawn  from, the Commonwealth Bank, and  the board will include representatives  of Labor.  .paid homage at .the grave to the  man who enriched the simple imagi -  native literature of all 1 ands and  paved the way for the modern bedtime stories.  Carried By Large Majority  Jews' In Quebec Aro Granted Separate School Rights  Quebec, Que.���������By a vote of 52 to 5  tho .Quebec Legislative Assembly approved <of giving separate schools to  the Jewish pdople on tho Island o������  Montreal.  Hon.  Athanose  David,    provincial  secretary,   explained   tho   bill,    and  said it apokc Cor the attitude of tot-  . eratlon which this province has always   taken   as   vogarda minorillea.  Premier; Taachoreau made   it   clear  ho stands .against tho ���������nehiral nohbol.  and "for this ho also favored the bill.  . Ho hoped    If    Jewish    sali6olo    are  established (hey vvill'be' uIouk Unci* of  good Canadian thought.  War ItcparmtFrniH  Ottawa, ��������� Canada has received  $10,151,430 hi payment o������ war reparations, Hon, Fernand RiMrot, secretary of state, Informed the House of  Commons in roply to a question from  Karl Lawnon CCon., York WcatH,  The question also asked tho amount  paid out of reparation*! for olalmti  awarded by Jtho reparations ooixurita-  ulon. Tho reply to thin \vm that no  mimn wore paid out of the amount  received for reparations. Payment*!  were paid under the provlalonc of the  reparation  payment aot;  fl-"^ -i"--- -������������������ "    "'^*-r. iif-ir irrr wtii.ti. hi. ;mi i.r -iim.iiih.jk... |���������mn-iinirr~i���������r-irii ilj- in  Travels 2,000 Miles By Air  Edmonton, Alberta.���������Covering the  two thousand miles from Aklavik, on  the Arctic ocean, to Edmonton in 17  hours of -actual flying time, His Lordship Bishop W. A.- Gcddes completed  a trip last Sunday which would havo  taken ton weeks of ordinary winter  travel. In open water, tho journey by  steamboat wot lid havo lasted three  weeks. s  Deputy Warden T-as_*fer_ed  Kingston, Ont.���������It has. been announced at Portsmouth, penitentiary  that Deputy Warden Robert R. Tucker is being transferred to Saskatchewan penitentiary at Prince Albert.  Mr. Tucker came to the Portsmouth  prison a������ chief keeper iri. 1#14;  ��������� The proposal marks another step  in the Labor government's comprehensive program, for restoration of  the economic and financial position  of Australia, a program which also  includes a compulsory wheat-marketing pool,  Famine Takes Heavr Toll  Might Suggest DlHsatlsfactlon  Ottawa, ont,���������For Canada to  adopt another flag bdslclo tho Union  Jack might Indicate or suggest some  diasatiafaction with tlio present posP  tion of tills country, wlthiri the Empire, Robert 8. Smith, member of  parliament; for Ciimbcrland, County,  N, S., told members of-an, Ottawa  service club, .  Navigation To Open Soon  Buffalo, N.Y.-7-NavigatEion on the  Great Lakes Is expected to. open  about April 20, according to Captain  Dan H. Bow-n, manager, of tho  Saulte Ste, Marie Marine Bureau.  U.S. Authorized Commission"  Washington, D.C.���������The McNary  bill to create a commission of three  persons to co-operate with Canada  in considering the feasibility of constructing- a highway to connoct the  nortjiwcstern part of the United  States with BrLtish Columbia, Yukon  Territory and Alaska, was passed by  the Senate and sent to the House.  MAROONED AVIATOKS ItETURN TO CIVILIZATION  Canada Not Negotiating  Ottawa, Ont.i���������^No negotiation with  a view to nn exchange of ministers  between Canada and China are proceeding. Tills was stated at tho Department of External Affairs hero,  when attention wan drawn to a despatch frtom Shanghai Baying ouch  negotiations woro underway.  Hundred Die Every Day In Chinese  Province Of Shensi  New York, N.Y.-���������People are dying  at the rate of one hundred a day in  the plains of the Shensi province in  the famine stricken area of China,  according to a report received "from  Mrs. Philip S. Button, at Taiku, in  North'China.  Mrs. Dutton, formerly of Sault  Ste. Marie, Mich., estimates that by  the beginning of summer two-thirds  of the population will be dead. The  inhabitants, she says, are tearing  down their houses and selling tlio  material to obtain money for food. In  every yard is a pile of leaves which  the owners aro eating. When the  leaves are gone thoy will die. Mrs.  Dutton says.  Itacnr I������<mtponiiu T������������t  Daytona Boaoh, F!a.���������Kayo Don,  British racing champion, nixnouncus  h$ htm postponed Indefinitely htc pro-  poaod assault upon tho .world automobile speed recrd bucnupo of un-  favorablo beach contlittonn.  Australia, Plans- Larger Acratgo  Melbourne, Australia.���������Addition of  a million acres to the wheat growing area of the state of Victoria Is  tho aim of tho stato government.  Hon. William Slater, state treasurer,  recently announced the associated  banks in co-operation with tho government are making $1,000,000 available for sowing additional wheat  acroago.  Trade Conference For Australia  Adelaid, Australia. ��������� Tho conference of Australian Chambers of Commerce has decided to invito tho Federation of Chambers of Commerce of  tlio British Empire to hold their, .next  coti.o.ence in Australia In 1033. Tha  British IDmpiri. ch ambers are holding  their triennial gathering this year la  London, England.  J. D. Vanco and Brian Blafldalo, Northern, airmen who mado a forced  lattdlnjy at Baker Lake lant November while noarohlng for tho Mo Alpine  r)arty, and had to spend tho winter at Baker X.alco, arrived hi Wlnwlpojr over  tho Canadian National Railways from Churchill on March 20, Thoy oamo oat  to tlio end of atccl by clog; team, and at Mile S27, on tho Hndaon Bay Railway, thoy wore mot by the pkofcojfrraphor o* N5������ Conadlan National Railways  who made tho above photo In tho cloth on tho .QaWnrton maclo tav tJiom. Vanco  la neon on the left and Blasdale on tho right.  Ask ..''i'luiilai Bate Revision  Winnipeg, Mtui. ������������������ Revision of  freight rates, with tho object of re-  mtoring advantages which Manitoba  had enjoyed on shipments to northern districts of tho provinces prior to  the construction of the Sturgls "cutoff' In Saskatchewan, wan urged In  the LojriHlaturo by fl. S. Carnon,  (Govt.), Falrford.  AH the relics "ot King Tntanltlui"  men will bo removed from hl������ tomto  by the end of thlii your. ������,   *  ���������i.nw���������iiMM.niiini.MrliXWiwi  . '. I.'  mm  r*m  mem  g,*fggJB-ll<i  Hi  nmmmm wamm  **wMMtMim&wmim9ii&e&&,  THE   CRESTON  KjBVSEW  A few words  can  save the  service  __ reset ^,3,11 g cngsgGCi in Dis-st-  ing operations. Bang! And  the telephone lines are down.  oenous  ��������� A-L w*_-l .1   VLMUKVll  phone service can be prevented  in such cases if those responsible for the blasting will notify  the nearest telephone office in  advance. A telephone man  will then co-operate by stringing temporary lines around the  scene? and these will be immed-  ately available for service if the  explosion tears down the copper  toll wires.  When telephone men are not  notified in advance it is often a  matter of many hours before  service can be restored.  In the latter chapters Jesus is  shown calmly renewing his coming voluntary sacrifice with the  disciples, accepting the impending  indignities as part of it. When  undergoing his trial He towers  sublimely above those who judged  and condemned him. Even Pilate  testified to his majesty by the  title he ordered to be set above  the cross.  The bystanders who witnessed  the crucifixion would not have  described the scene as a victory.  It is rather how God himself beheld it. Years afterwards the  church could see and understand  that what looked at the time like  complete defeat was the greatest  of all conquests. Jesus reigned  from the tree.  It is not easy to rise to the  level of St. John's teaching. There  is a tendency to separate the passion too much from the resurrection; to mourn over a slain deity  and then rejoice over his resusci-  to pretend that we do not  least good in the world in the sea  sons when it has been most popular and prosperous. This is not  surprising whsrs we reflect that  the .church������rve|s founded by the  crucifiedjChrist. Jesus is among  us now'rtb heal the wounds of  humanity,, but He does not come  to us ___ the robes of a king  or in the armor of a couqeror.  He comes as the man of sorrows,  crowned with thorns, bearing his  cross to Calvary. "If any man  will come after me, let him deny  himself, and take up his cross,  and folow me."  Kootenay Telephone Go.  LIMITED  FHE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance:  $3.00 toTJ.S, points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  know what is to follow Good  p������_:  CRESTON,  B.C., FRIDAY, APRIL Ii  ���������Diii|T|iii   iiif-Tnny  orir.it uml. viiituni  CONTRIBUTED  The story of which  we are reminded by the approach of  Holy  Week and Easter is still the most  wonderful story in the world.  A modern writer has pointed  out that of the four records preserved in the New Testament the  fourth differs from the others in  that it is not so much a plain narrative of facts as an interpretation  of   the   deepest meaning of the  birth, life, death and resurrection  of  Jesus    Christ.   The  outward  events of the story as told in  this  record are shown to be symbols of  eternal truths, a revelation of the  counsels of God and his great love  to man.    Those incomparable and  familiar words, "God so loved the  world that he . gave his only begotten son," strike the keynote of  St. John's goppel.  The story of the cross of Christ,  as St, John presented it, with its  terrible and cruel details, its exhibition of human bigotry, treachery and brutality,   is irradiated  day. Many experience a sense of  unreality about it. St. John gave  us a truer vision, to look through  the pain to the triumph, through  the material to the spiritual, to  bring together into a unity the  whole drama. He approaches the  events of Holy Week and Faster  as a mystery, a great spiritual  i truth revealed through these happenings in the outer world.  The cross of Christ is the  mystery or sacrament of spiritual victory.    Every    battle    must     be  fought out in its own fiel d.   There  are some conflicts which can only  be   decided  by   physical   force;  others wnteti are decided by persuasive eloquence;   others  which  are decided by scientific   demonstration or logic.   But  the warfare against the powers of evil has  its own laws, which are strikingly  unlike those   of earthly   battles.  In the spiritual conflict,  victory  generally comes through defeat,  gain through  pain,  achievement  through   sacrifice.    Force   is not  an   attribute   of God.   Spiritual  victories are won through the conversion of human  nature  itself.  The only real dynamic which ca  change   human   nature   is   love.  The human heart will melt under  certain conditions even as ice will  melt at a given tfmperatnre.. Of  all the agencies which have been  applied to melt the heart, to shame  the conscience, and to quicken the  will for good, none has ever ap-  proacl.ed in effectiveness the cross  of Christ.  The gospel was written first  upon human hearts, and ever  since it has been propagated in  the same way, by the influence of  goodness upon character. It is a  slow way of miving th_ world,  very slow.difficult and secret. But  Ten iliew cabins are under construction atlthe auto tourist camp  at Cr^broifk.  So far this year Fernie has issued 83 permits to residents to cut  free firewood in the city park.  At Fernie 143 free-lunches were  served to school children in February, and the total for March  was higher.  Due to the light crop handled  Armstrong Growers Co-Operative  Exchange was run at a loss of  $1004 last year.  Already the Herald is warning  orchardists at Pentieton that a  repeat of the 1929 dry summer  may be looked for.  ���������������B_O--On_B0-BO0Bi  iHa-s-s-sss9-~-BaB������aaas  factor  I.UU1UI  iffftTi  oring  ���������  C_  . s_i _,  Ouapiiu.  Sulphur and Molasses.  Hat Dye���������all colors.  BLACK LEAF "40."    Paris Green.    Formaldehyde  Cyano Gas.    Gophe.cide.    Corrosive Sublimate.  GRESTON DRUG fV BOOK STORE  THE JEcj-SXAUi- ������TOjRE  GEO. H* j__Lj__jI_I_r_r  ���������Q  gjp ������������^P B fc5  oxes  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.  By special invitation of the pastor Rossland city council attended  evening   service  at   the   United  Church last Sunday.  Pentieton Co-Operative Exch-  change will spend $85,000 thi~  year in enlarging and improving  its cold storage system.  | OJHLA.S. Oe RQDGERB  a_���������a_���������_____S_a_������_H_i__������_____aHHn3MBnM>>-.HHB_a_*_B_���������a������������������  .*-_>  _..A. A._>. A._..<_���������_..-i. JV^k. * i^., ^--��������� -������������������.���������--^ -,_���������-���������t-*.-���������.- _. .���������������������������.-A.-A ���������*----4.-A -���������,.���������,. J, .���������.-A,   ���������   ���������  E  SA1UHBAY, Aprs!  1  1  #  PRIN.G!  Now that   Spring is here, tell us about that  moving job   you   want  done.     Nothing  too  large or too small.  nnir  i  REG.WATSON  ^_L_������r    *^     r_5  i up  ! _f%f%!^i^l i.1%  ALBERT DAVIES  TRUCKING,   DRAYING,   ICE,    COAL,   WOOD  w'm'W'wwvw-** y^.v'vvv^-ywy  ���������^yfT't'-r  ���������VT-frvyy  ���������-"->���������'���������������  a  Qxmmointt  " Qlcttas  with heavenly light and turned  into pomething beautiful and glor- j there is no other way of making  ious. We are not invited to pity, the world better, than by making  a human sufferer;   our eyes are the men and women that live in  Amazing spectacle in color!  Gorgeous scenic beauty of the  Navajo Indian country filmed  in Technicolor. A tender,  throbbing romance of the red-  man, dramatizing the battle of  the monarchs of the plains  against the onslaught of civilization. A companion of "The  "Vanishing American."  Paramount News.    Comedy  directed toward a divine being  making the supreme sacrifice for  the redemption of mankind of his  own freewill. It is not just the  description of a shocking judicial  it better. From "each for self"  to ''each for all"' there 5c bu; one  road. Love in such an imperfect  world must take the form of suffering,   Not only Christ himself,  murder, but shows evil at its worst but most of his truest servants,  overcome by good at its best; a have received far more ill than  victory won not only on Easter good from their fellowmen. The  Sunday but on Good Friday, injustice done to them and borne  Jesus said, "Be of good cheer, I nobly has again and again proved  bave overcome the world/' at a its power to touch human hearts;  time when, as He well knew, the tho blood of the martyr., has been  world wap about to wreak ita worst the seed of the church. This will  malice upon him. j prove true again in the pprcecu-  The note of  victory is con ai a- tions now being suffered  by our  tontly .sustained all  through this fellow    Christians   in   unhappy  ���������  record.   The author in the  first  part of his book bears testimony  Russia.  Spiritual evils can be fought  11 the divinity of Christ, portray- only with spiritual weapons,  him aw the bread of life, the light Th-we weapons are love and sac-  of the world, stud the living water, since. 2hey do their work indiv-  11(-Ihcru proceedH to unfold tho' idnally and secretly, and never  I'ffrct of ChriHt'H contact upun the more effectively than when the  Jew/H, culminating finally m their powers of evil seem to be too  di.M!isivu avjeetiun of him, and thus sslrong f������r them. Tho vordio.t of  hmdinj* up to Ow final cala 'troplw.  history Ik that the r.hure*h han done  I have secured the agency  for. Creston for the famous  PULWEL  Portable  Phonographs  I have a sample of the  "Midget" on tilsplay. Call  in and hear its wonderful  tone. The Midget is equipped with standard Pulwell  motor and tone arm? new  type metal diapragm reproducer; enameiod metal grill;  covered needle cup. Holds  six records. Wonderful value at $17.50.  It's Just Too Bad  It's unfortunate when-we hear of anything that proves to us  that we have misplaced our confidence; quite often it costs money  to make a wrong guess.  There is no  guesswork when  you give your  PLUMBING and HEATING contracts ious.  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, Ea vet roughing, 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 Oxy-Acetylene Welded than to buy a new one, and It is just as strong.  As we by now will be starting building our well-known STEEL  SPRAY TANKS we wish vou would be kind enough to give in your order  to assure prompt delivery.  Greston Blacksmith, Plumbing & Heating Go.  S. STEENSTRUP.  A. S. REED.  ':   V. MAWSON  S OK EATON   .  - i-i,  Ib������OIIO������CS  ���������"��������� iogs  You can stive upward of $100 by buying  your now Ford now. See us if you are  thinking of getting a now car this spring.  Wo havo flomo very attractive prices on the  model now in stock. Also some real buys  in u������erl Cars and Trucks.  Let ms gcae yowt an Estimate on Wiring  your House for Electric Lights >  Have your work done by tho firm that can guarantee it to pass  Government Inspection and aave yourself a lot of inconvenience, trouble aud expense, We use all standard material, and  our workmen aro careful. Work done in the shortest possible  ti ko and at the shortest notice.  REMIER  .GARAGE  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  "ar^v/wr on ftWTWuwra openATKO ov gasoline ���������jfi.  THE  CRESTON  REVHTiV  .__3   ____-> - SC   ���������  mfm   n   Km  mISr        mB ____      _B_f ___g  S Mm9 R E  tisat your ear is i unning  as well as it should do.  FOR TWO WEEKS only  WE WILL EXAMINE  YOUR MOTOR FREE  and give it a thorough  tune-up- if necessary, at  a special reduced fiat  rate price. Call and let  us tell you all about it.  Kootenay Gar a  GRESTON  D   FOR   SALE  Twenty acres of Improved land, buiid:-  ngs, and plenty of water, goes for price  of improvments. E. NOTJGUIER, Canyon, B.C. -  Greatest Eleven-Acre bargain in Kootenay. Overhead irrigation. Improvments and land coat owner over $12,000.  Sale price $4000. Address Geo Nickel  or Monrad Wigen, Creston. B.C.  Another Fifteen-Acre Bargain, with orchard of 50 trees from 12 to 20 years  old. - Two acres, equipped with overhead irrigation. Two dwellings and  other buildings. Cost the owner close to  $10,0005 Sale price $3500. Address  Geo. Nickel or Monrad Wigen, Creston,  B.C.   F.  H. JACK SON  REAL ESTATE  Listings flolicitec}..  CRESTON.    B.C.  Lq������|* I a.isd P������5?SOH3.i  The night of April 26th is reserved by  the Athletic Juniors for a display of their  gymnastic work. Both girls and boys  are looking forward to giving an evening's entertainment in the Parish Ra!! at  8 o'clock, with an admission charge of 35  and 20 cents. The programme is to be  helped along by the activities of the  Sirdar Juniors under the leadership of C.  Price. It promises to be a big evening in  the history of the town as this is the first  athletic display by the juniors.  Following up the announcement of two  weeks ago of the intention of Long Allan  & Long, Limited.* to enter the fruit  business, the company this week announces its decision to erect a packing house  at Erickson. Plans have been approved  for the construction of a building 100 x  40 feet, which will be located on the C.P.  R. right of way at Erickson adjoining the  warehouse of the Creston Fruit Exchange.  o*.������1 -iw r\fA**m*   +!*������������*���������     +1_a     1*_������31-3i*m.#w    *-*������-!     t*--^  completed in time for this year building work will be commenced about the  first week in May under the direction of  A. E. Penson.  Jj Simpkm cf ..'V^thbridge; Alberta,  arrived on Sunday po take a position on  the bridge crew at Kootenay Landing.  Mrs..'S!mpldn,;wh$i' has been a visitor  with Mrs. Whiteside at Crowanest for  the past two we^ks,||rrived on Friday on  a visit with MrsY_3teap,  Stanley Lane, ;arri\red on Mon day from  Turner Valley, Alberta, on a visit with  his uncle and aujit;,; ^Mr.  and   Mrs.   R  Heap.      '���������'.'.:��������� "^-V^'Y -:''  ��������� ^|iiy������ f iyiyw<|-w|i������y-yy"^i������������|i p^M^y^nyni^nw-y^y^-fy^^ p������ -y ���������*<#������������������ yyy ������y yy y y Vy,-V~-r*y  Notice to Ministers and Qlerpm  Erlck&wn  ���������__-XJI_-  rvjxt*    _)_\xji_���������ticnsey     tuw(    i/euavai  cream   separator,   potatoes  and   other  vegetables.   Also some feed. E. Nouguier,  Canyon.  Aii~Institute members who wish to use'  the egg grading station as a marketing  service are requested so see the secretary,  C. Murrell and list their flocks, stating  the number of hens they expect to keep  and their output of eggs in both summer  and winter. There will be no contract  to sign. A pool will be closad - onee a  month and checks mailed.  FULL GOSPEL MISSION; Sunday, 11 a.m., Morning worship; .7.30  Great Evangelistic Service, Miss  ' Richards will speak. Tuesday, 7.45  p.m., Interesting Discussion. Thursday, 7.45 p.m., Rev. Alex. Munro;  do not fail to hear this talented mis-  ionary who is returning to Japan.  Friday, 8 p.m , Young People's Meeting.   Everybody welcome.  The library will  make  a  fresh , start  next week and on Saturday afternoon,  April 19th, will be open from 3 to 5 p.m.  at the town hall. A supply of books is  now on the way from Victoria and -will  probably be on the shelqes by that date  It is hoped that a large number of new  members will be enrolled and that all the  old ones will rejoin, as the future of the  library is dependent on a membership  that will make its continuation worth  while.  Under the new Marriage Act of 1980,  as passed at the session of the British  Columbia legislature just closed, no minister or clergyman may solemnize marriage in the province o' British Columbia,  niter tho first day. of September, 1930,  unless his nomo hn-n been previously restored with the Regis-ny1 of Births, Deaths  and Marriages, at Victoria. All applications for registration of ministers  and clergymen must bo made by the  jurisdiction in thlp province of tho religious body to which ho belongs.  Mrs. Brownrigg, sr ; who has spent the  winter with her daughter, Mrs. Ed. Martin, returned to Yahk on Sunday.  Mrs. Bamford, who has been a Nelson  visitor for a couple of weeks, arrived  home at the first of the week.  Miss Helen Dodds was a weekend  visitor at Creston, a guest of Mrs. Frank  Tompkins.  Mrs. A. Sinclair and young daughter  of Lister, were, weekend .visitors witH  Mrs. E. E. Cartwright.  Lloyd Leadbeater returned from the  prairie on Tuesday, and is a visitor with  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Leadbeater.  Mr. and Mrs, Ed. Martin and family  were motor visitors to Yahk on Sunday.  Erickson schoolhouse was well filled  on Sunday afternoon when Rev. A. Garlick of Creston inaugurated Church of  England service���������the first time in about  two years.  Perley and Doug, Putnam have just  taken delivery  of a  new  Ford   truck.  W111C11,  We tuiuerstSuu,   _  vy "win USc Om  the tie haul at- the saw***?!! FrEnk Staples  is operating at Invermere. Y  '" W. R. Long was a business visitor at  Lethbridge and Calgary, Alberta, last  week,making the trip by auto  It is announced here that Long Allan  _s Long, Limited, the valley's newest.  fruit selling organizatcon^ have secured  trackage at Erickson for their new warehouse to be about 100 x 40 feet, and  construction of which will start in May  A. E. Penson haying the contract.  Frank Putnam left at the middle of  last week for Beaverdell, making the trip  via Priest River, Idaho, in a new Ford  truck purchased at the Premier Garage,  Creston, and which will be used at ore  hauling at the Bell mine at that point, in  which he ia interested.    v ���������  Thompson���������MacDonald  In the presence of just the immediate  relatives of the bride and groom Rev. A.  Garlick on Monday officiated at the  marriage of two popular members of  Creston's younger set, when he united in  marriage Miss Dorothy Beatrice Thomp-  aOJa, youilg-s. dttu|;~it_r of Mrs. R. E.  Best (formerly of. Kaslo), with James  Patterson MacDonald, formerly of Fernie  now of Creston, in charge of forestry  department work an this district.  Th������ ceremony was performed at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hassard,  with Mr. Hassard giving the bride in  marriage. The bride's costume was  mauve silk flat crepe trimmed with white  with hat of contrasting shade to match.  She was sudported by Mrs. Sykes of Cor-  bin, sister of the groom, as matron of  honor, who- was gowned in blue ninon-  John MacDonald, brother of the groom,  was best man  Followin g the ceremony a bullet luncheon was served and a little later Mr. and  Mrs. MacDonald left by motor on a  wedding trip which will include short  visits at Spokane and points in Washington and Oregon, the bride travelling in a  costume of peach trimmkd with blue and  hat to match. On their return they will  make theirhomein Creston.  For the past two years the bride has  been on the office staff of C. 0.v Rodgers  and Burns & Company, and it is just a  little over a year since the groom arrived  to take over the work of local district  forester. Both enjoy a well deserved  popularity with a host of friends all of  whom extend heartiest good wishes for  future success and happiness.  Under the Marriage Act of 1930, no minister or  clergyman may solemnize, marriage in the Province of  British Columbia, after the 1st day of September,  1930, unless his name has been previously registered  with the Registrar of Birthsl Deaths and Marriages,  : _A11 applications for registration of J ministers and  clergymen"must be made by the governing authority  having jurisdiction in this province of the religious  body to which he belongs. Forms are now obtainable  from the REGISTRAR OF BIRTHS, DEATHS  AND MARRIAGES, VICTORIA, B.C.  __���������  ���������JUL*  ���������m  _T������_������ th& BEST Ssb  MILL FE  !!  Give us a caii.     We are handling the MAPLE Lis A*"  Bran, Shorts, Middlings, Corn, Cracked  Corn, Wheat, Oats, Crushed Oats, Oat Chop  Barley Chop, and everything else in this line.  Maple Leaf, Robin Hood and  Royal "Household Flour  Prices are right.       Try us once and be convinced.  in  ������is.  s.BsBaase  3������   ewS-cOI^E J%T H  Sole agent for GALT COAL,.  s_B������aaa-Ba ass a ease o=_a__=r_o__e- = _- = o a"3_ns__n--_-a B-n.-s-lfS^^BTCSjifgjJ  4  s  Sirdar*  Norman Backus returned on Friday  from a short visit at Cranbrook.  Misses Morris and Smith were visitors  at Bonners Ferry on Saturday.  Miss Lillian Wilson left on Saturday  on a visit with friends in Nelson,  'Principal Moore of Sirdar school was  at his home in Creston for the weekend.  Mr. and Mrs. Cameron and children  were Crostonjcallers on Saturday. Mrs.  Taleiico was at the metropolis on Monday. .,..',"  Mr. and Mra. Dennes and son, Dick,  with Daisy and Maggie Rogers, were at  Crouton on Sntiirdnyiorthe picture show.  Mrs, Cam nnd son, Harold left on  Sunday for Nelson.  Mr. Davies of Cranbrook arrived on  Monday to take on the work as chef at  the C.P.R. hoarding house.  -mm  ���������.3e������.Vj������A������.  \/t _r^^rl_P^4_T60  1    Have Your Child's Feet  V 3XJ LliOl  O i        Fitted Properly By  THE NEW VISIBLE SYSTEM OF FITTING  (Patented 1929)  Exclusive With  Ja.cI<Larid JTi II  ^usJzu  Money  Orders  AT any of our Branches you may buy  . Money Orders payable at any  bank in Canada. We have responsible  agents, ������00, in foreign countries, who  honour these orders at current rates.  Hates of commission arc low���������all risk is  eliminated. When you wish to remit  small sum* of money ask our teller far  a Bank Money Order. is*  ���������4)  or CANACfM.   .  CRESTON BRANCH       -      ,. -     ���������    ��������� ���������      J. S.W, CLOWES, Man������������������r.  Branch** nt Invormture, Cranbrook nnd Fornlo.  ^***������������������S-_aj_.    1  Sole Shoes  Y THIS Jack and Jill mfc.u_.od  of "Visible Fitting" there is no  more guesswork; the child's  foot can actually he seen in the shoe,  and ctamph.g cf the little toes, "that  f*-ow so quickly, avoided. Children  thus fitted will not need arch nupports  and other appliances in later years. For  never does a "Jack and Jill" Shoe hind  growing bones or muscles. Firmly  constructed yet flexible as a glove,  they a!!aw the feet to grow unhindered. ������turdy and strong to stand the  wear and tear of active youngsters, yet  priced very moderately*  Jack and J.'.'f Stioot ar* Endorsed by Physician* Everywhtr*  Bring in the Chi Ida-en and have them properly fitted" by     1J"  JBBmmm pUKt^VDB   MM*,������_Mft*   ^���������MRMUMmi     ^mmWmlmm^    mwmmmmWki fm*mmWS*i>\  m Mm   m&g9*W&W <S2S  ������itYinicn    AOKNts    von    n������K    ani������    jiii.    in_tt  2���������_iSe?i___J________!S  "-Ml   mmmmmmm THE   REVIEW.   CrRESTW,   B.   O.  Better Feed Sta_wSaiM_s  |tfR|Gl-lYS  mB W?    _Hi ^HfcBB ^m^7 SBSB nm   99    "^Km9r  Life���������like good golf���������-is made  Xsp of many little things eacEa  oac of which, helps the scores  Better digestion���������steadier  aerves���������clearer foraltSp sure s33  factors that count and are  gained from the  use of Wrigley*-.  New   Begulations Require   a. More  Careful Elimination Of Weed  Seeds  Better feed oats and barley l& assured by the new regulations of the  seed branch of the Dominion Department of Agriculture, which require  a snore careful elimination, of weed  seeds. Under these new regulations,  while wild oats and other grains present are taken into consideration, the  quality of the grain itself now mainly determines the grade.  In the past there have been frequent complaints, especially from the  eastern feeders, of the excess of  weed seeds contained in feed grain  from the west. Under the grain inspection practices now in force even  :^SF  IMfauteEtdblteiiflf  lVW   *Cm   _^F __n_f^ ^^B ^^* lSk-__9  _s9ft  /?$&' MmM m Urn A  * _J^s ���������^eftKSy.vA" muss wcrass  .���������ft."���������Mrs.J7Lau.fcac.. 8t*|������ Mci, b������m. p*in  la 1 minute. Sesame *������������ for tocwS iu ������ow &*jt.  Write.   IgfaanMj. C������������__#   ���������������&������������__,  AS  _>*UgKiCt-.  uM_V  ���������_.~J ���������J    ������_-������3  {3* ������ftW4_0      ������._      _w__.  ***??  Cl^ayette Papers I  L������rg������ Dou_>!������ Book _t_C_f,-l!,tfi������S  Finest Yow 6������nvgJuy/ -M**    _^Wri  AVOID IMITATIONS ^       ^B  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  APRII- 13  " ������������������_���������_>___*_������>���������  THE CHIMJ AND THE KINGDOM  Golden Test: "Suffer the little children, and forbid them not, to come  unto Me; for to such belongeth the  kingdom of   heaven/'���������Matthew   19.  ; , _ .    ,-��������� ��������� ,....,������������������..>.  ������������������jL_fc ..-���������;,..  '' Xesson: ��������� "Matth _w '��������� 18.1-14;; 19.13-15.  Devotional Reading: Psalm 24.1-6.  .J  British Meaical Association  -explanations and Comments  The Kingdom Of Heaven Is Entered By the Childlike, 18.1-4 In answer  to the disciples question, "Who  then,   Is   greatest   tn   the   Kingdom  W0RLDHAPPEN1NGS  HUM. TOLD  barley  may haye not  more  than 3  per cent, of weed seeds.  With this new system of inspection in operation, eastern feeders  will be able to buy oats and feed barley on certificate, and with much  greater assurance as to the cleanliness and quality of the grain so purchased.  The proposal to build five steamers :  of ?,000 torts  each, for the carriage  of coal from Britain to Canada, has  been dropped for  the  time being in  view of changed shipping conditions.  The Indian population of Canada  has increased by 3.11S during the  past five years, according to the five-  year census of tise Department of Indian Affairs. At the end of 1929 the  population stood at 108,012.  The Angora parliament has passed  the law giving women the right to  vote in municipal elections and making them eligible to hold office as  municipal councillors and presidents  of municipalities.  A  total   of  646  claims have  been  Throbbing  of   Heart  After the  s-FJiifs  Mrs. J. Cunningham, Sault Ste.  Marie, Ont., writes:���������"Lost February  I had a severe attack of influenza  which left me  with  palpitation  and  throbbing of. the heart.  "I felt very weak and tired so began to take  uucl dealers, or  ceipt of price by The T. Milburn Co.  Limited, Toronto, Ont.  GridUSIe Cakes  and used about six boxes and have  found them help me a great deal, and  located in the _Torth West Territories | ^ehT^ mSfcine?' *"** *"**  since  January,  1&26,  in    accordance j     Pric���������>  50c. a ^x at all druggists  with the quarts  n_ii_~_g regulations. *  These  claims  cover  an  approximate  area of 32,300 acres.  He-organization of the Manitoba  Farm Loans Board, with provision  for creation of a sinking fund to pro- j  vide repayment of any liabilities of *- Tested  the association assumed or to be assumed, was announced in the legislature by Premier John Bracken.  Dr. L. D. Livingstone, in charge of  Dominion Government medical work  in the sub-Arctic, is en route to the  north. He is going to the outposts at  Chesterfield Inlet and Baker Lake,  far up on the west shore of Hudson  Bay.  The Palestne Commission, which  investigated the disorders in Palestine last year, made public its report, concluding that the outbreak  was not intended to be and was not  a revolt against British authority in  Palestine.  More Funds Required To Finance Big  Meeting To Be Held In Winnipeg  The committee of medical men. in  Winnipeg who are In charge of the  arrangements for the meeting of the  British Medical Association in that  city next summer, have requested  Manitoba members of parliament,  particularly Dr. J. P. Howden, of St.  Boniface, ten ask the Federal Government for more financial assistance.  The meeting of the British Medical  Association will be an event of historic inapcrtas.ee. It is 24 years since  tne association met in Canada, the  last occasion being in 1906 when the  meeting took place in Toronto.  It Is estimated that the cost of  looking after the delegates, providing  entertainment for them and suitable  accommodation for their sessions, will  be ������60,000. It 2s understood here  that this does not cover the expenses  of the delegates in any way, shape  or form. Each delegate will come  from Great Britain, at his own expense.  So far the Federal Government has  agreed to give  $20,000  to  the  committee.    It is believed that the provincial   government   of Manitoba is  giving ������10,000,   And the city of Winnipeg $10,000.   This still leaves $20,-  000 to be found.   The Canadian Medical fraternity are    subscribing    privately to a fund to be used for the  meeting, but it is thought that in order to make the event certain of success a further Federal grant is desirable. Dr. Howden, probably will ask  for   a  supplementary  vote  of  from  $5,000 to ������10,000. .  little child < possibly Peter's, If  they were in Peter's house at  Capernaum at the time), and putting him In the midst of the disciples  said, "Except ye turn, and become as  little children^ ye shall in no wise  enter into the Kingdom of Heaven."  The double Greek negative in the  last clause is most emphatic: far  from being the greatest in the Kingdom of Heaven, they were in danger  CATARRH  In- the : Nostrils  Stops ia 10 Minutes  ; You can stop that nasty nasal discharge In an hour by breathing * 'Co-:  tarrhoabne.^ Sneezing; running eyes  ���������"   : and itchy nose; are  promptly corrected. No medicine to  take���������you simply  Inhale the soothing fumes of Oa-  tarrhosone.and get  well. That grippy,.  neuralgic headache passes away.  . N.ose and throat  are cleared of offensive discharges; Catarrh,' n6sa:  colds, coughing and spitting come to  aa. ead when you use C_t!arrho?.one.  It is safe, reliable, sure to eradicate  your cold. Get OatarrhoEone from  any druggist. Two months' treatment, $1.00, small size; 50c.  of never entering it. They must turn  from their wrong ambition and jealousy,    and    become    unpretentious,  humble  as  little  children.    A child  has no    thought    about    greatness.  "Jesus does not say that the childlike spirit Is inherently better than  the spirit of the man. He does not  promise that it shall possess or govern the Kingdom. He    affirms   only  that It is the condition of entering  the Kingdom. It is not that the child  is better than the man, but that the  child stands at the gate of the ideal  and takes the first step toward the  Christian character. Docility, receptivity,    open-mindedness, the    eager  listening  spirit of the  little child���������  this is the polar opposite of the un-  teachable,   satiated,   closed  heart  of  the Pharisee, and as the latter blocks  the way to the    Kingdom,    so    the  former opens it. Better things than  childhood .has to offer are to be gained through the' discipline and stress  of life, yet entrance to the Kingdom  is attained by no other door than the  unspoiled, natural, spontaneous spirit  of the child, and many a sophisticated and unteachable life will find a  shock, of surprise that it has lost the  key.'-'���������F. G. Paabody.  A Ten-Minute ftelieft  Begina Largest Distributor  Regina Is described in Industrial  and Commercial publications as th_  largest distributing centre of We3fc  ern Canada and the greatest centre  for the distribution of farm implements in the world. In the latter  business a turn over of $25,000,CC6������  is reached every year.  ������ifi VAifl  B.C. Mas* First Member  Aching Muscles  Experience quick relief when  nibbed with Mlnard's. Use  also for stiff joints or strained  ligaments.  I  Recipe    Is-   Herewith    Gives  Which Should Give Good Results  Who doesn't like griddle cakes?  From father to the youngest member of the family, every one clamors  for more ��������� when they are tasty!  Here Is a tested recipe:  1 cupful    Borden's    St.    Charles  Milk.  1 cupful water.  2 tablespoonfuls melted butter.  1 egg, well beaten.   '-  3 cupfuls white flour.  -1 tcaspoonful salt.  _.tcaspoon-uls baking powder.  2 tablespoonfuls sugar.  Combine the milk and water, add  tho shortening, sugar, and tho egg,  and beat in the dry ingredients  which havo been sifted together.  Beat thoroughly and fry aa usual on  u slightly oiled griddle, or on an urt-  oiled aluminum or soapstono griddle.  If very thin cakes are dosirod, add  two more tablespoonfuls of St.  Charles Milk and water. For further  interesting recipes write for the  Borden Cook Book, addressing The  Borden Co., Ltd., Dopt. W.L., 140 St.  Paul W., Montreal.  ���������jr *~  fiCnvSt1 Color  B  5  ���������jik* magic," **j'ii   ...       _.  TtoouMntU wrttn ���������ldn*y and liUad.r  (Hit, conitlpaUon, tad Ixe.linn, tai, backache *nrt pvcrnithtwltti',_.1lit������������������..-tto^!������,,. i  Ncrven quiet Sound *lc������p nt oitco.������  "Fruit-a-Uvcs" from drusc-kl 1o_ay.  IA1-.B28 WANTED -- TO DO  ���������A plain and light flowing1 at homo,  whole or spare time Good pay, work  Kent any distance, charges paid. Send-  stamp for particulars National Manufacturing Company, Montreal.  The Wealth Of India  Apart from the Indian States thero  aro probably many more millionaires  In British India than in America, and  they are all, or nearly all, Indian,  But these fprtunates' enormous as  thoy are in the aggrogato, aro unquestionably a mere fraction of th.tj  Btill more marvellous wealth which  existo In the shapo of gold and silvor  h-ourtlfci Uu'oughout tho vast domain  of India, whether British India, or  the Indian Btat.es.  FOR every home use, Diamond  IJyea are the finest you can buy.  They contain the highest quality  anilines, that can be produced.  It's the anilines in Diamond  Dyes that give such soft,, bright,  new colors to dresses, drapes,  lingerie. Diamond Dyes are easy  to use. They go on smoothly and  evenly; do not spot or streak:  never give things that re-dyed  look. Just true5, even, nsvr colors  that keep their depth and brilliance  in spite of wear and washing. 15c  packages.   All drug stores.  Dramoiidk>Pyes  Higtisct Quality lor SO %ars  Will the Rule Apply  The Creditors* Protective Association, of Germany, organized as its  name implies to help tho creditors In  bankruptcy casea, has itself gone  bankrupt. Its creditors in turn are  wondering whother the society i^lll  pay "a hundred cents on the dollar"  or it has alwaya Insisted that other  bankrupts do.  Application   and   Fee   Received   By  World's Grain Conference Office  The honor off becoming the first  member of the world's grain exhibition and conference goes to Cecil  Tice, provincial agronomist, British  Columbia, His application and the fee  of ten dollars were received at the  office of the esdiibition at Regina recently.  From Lima, Peru has come the  first acceptance of the invitation to  participate in the exhibition. Due to  its    diversified,  climate,    practically  every agricultural product known to   aame January and March had  man can be raised within.the borders  of Peru. I  SUFFER FRONT  CONSTIPATION?  Countless remedies are advertised}  for constipation. Many relieve for  the moment but they are habit forming and must be continued. Others  contain calomel and dangerous mineral drugs, which remain in the system, settle in the joints and cause  aches and pains. Some are harsh  purgatives which cramp and gripe  and leave a denressed after _. effect.  Avoid lubricating oils which onh/  srrease the intestines and encourage  nature's? machinery to become lazy.  A purely vegetable laxative such  as Carter's Little liver Pills, gently  touches the liver, bile starts to flow,  the bowels move gently, the intestine*  sre" thoroughly cleansed and constipation poisons pass away. The stomach,  liver and bowels are cow active and  the system enjoys a real tonic effect.  All druggists 25c and 7S_ red pkgs.  Month 'Without Fall SIo������b  February, 1866, was the most remarkable month In the history of tha  I world. There was no full.moonf That  The first prize of $2,500 for wheat,  the largest cash, prize for any kind of  grain offered at any exhibition has  aroused tne interest of grain growers  all over the world.  There Is but one class in the Hemp  section for seed of any variety. The  exhibit must bear the variety name  and consists of SO pounds. There are  twenty prizes for Hemp seed grading  from $75 down to $12.  two full moons each. This never happened before���������and will not happened  again for 2,500,000 years.  Denmark   has   addpted   n   "otan-  dard" typo of pig,  Your Hoi  neranc \  8TAHT&  Th.fnySwmrtt Lq*j������   Do Mono WorK  Glvfli'now'llfo'���������K6.:'ti1d"'tftnrrv&-> rtnrt *���������  '""! fP'JHVOV''COl M������"i*WM Ktlrtfl;-tha ' r'���������'-j'-  . Yi , Y, ��������� ������������������ ��������� ������������fcr*"ri91h t'i.Yifly ���������' ,   Y ��������� ���������,   ..  Tho case with wlilch corns and  warta can bo removed by Holloway'a  Corn Remover is its strongest recommendation. It BClclom failfl.  I  A������k Vour Daoler to tthow Yow  BT-.WART CllM������������a  Mnohlw**  ������mmmmitmmmmuimmmmmm0mmmmm**mmimm*iiimim-~  W.   N.    U.    1882  Vulum'H. Buitrcu Of Silver  Tho  Yukon's  proauctlon of  silver  Which Ir derived mainly from tho sll-  vor-lerul orea of tho Mayo district,  liao bo*en increasing during tho lapit  two yearn and will probably continue  tn mipply an increasing amount In the  future.  The one proper place for a knock-  ev in outnlde the door.  Alli-tml'n for KaluHg iitii*  Persian Balm quickly relieves  chapping, wlndburn and all roughness caused rby weather conditions.  Keeps the complexion clear and lovely. Completely absorbed by gentle  rubbing. Never leaves undesirable  stickiness. Stimulates the skin. Makes  it soft, smooth and flawless. Preserves and enhances natural beauty.  Soothes, refreshes and ��������� invigorates.  Makes hands soft and flawlessly  white. Imparts that subtle charm so  essential to true elegance.  ���������The FajmSy Physician.���������The good  doctor is always worth his fee. But  it is not always possible to get a doctor just when you want him. In such  cases, common sense suggests tho  use of reliable home remedies, such  as Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil, which  is wonderfully effective In easing inflammatory pains and healing cutSr  scratches, bruises and sprains. The  presence of this remedy in the family-  medicine chest saves many a fee.  Uralt To Politeness  One of those many little tcashopa  which line Forty-Ninth Street "hot/ween Fifth and Sixth beara a  charming little sign above its door  which, reads: "Polite tea service -until 6 p.m." Just In case you wont  some excitement later on In tha  evening.  I��������� Fully ISulpped  A Packard de* luxe eight sedan  llmoualho, . recontly delivered to  King Alexander of Jugo-Slavia, Is  aald to be one-of the most elaborately equipped automobllea In Kurope.  Tho car Is painted a dark blue. Itn  fittings even includo a built-in cabo  for- the king's sword.  , *___  * f* ���������.���������������itfin������������.iMi.i������,in i    , mmmmmmm_-WW  y hoiilB^fed babies  *&mimimmmmHmmmmmmmmmmmm\   ������n        .   ,' "i  RVHittpi-r m _. w ______wc it >  J Write Tlua _!or������!������n Co.. Limited, K>������|Vt.  1 it, |������MBtTlPfliul K������V������t \V..Mamr_������l,  iw t*vo H*by Welfare lioolta.  A Fen To AHlhma. Give Aathma  half a chance and it gains ground,  rapidly. But glvo It repeated treatments of Dr. Jf. D. Kellogg'n Asthma  Remedy and it will fall back even  faater. There ia no half way measure about thla remedy. It goea right  to work aud tMvca asthma out. It  reaches tho inmont. breathing pas-  iiagCH and leaveu no place ������t>r the  trouble to lurk. Havo it by you for  ready use.  Mro. S. A, Danleln, of Now York,  Is 80 yearn old, and ntlll carrlos on  tho buslnoofi of cobbler which iiho  took ������.ver when her husband died SO  years ago.  TWICE BENEFITED  BY SAME REMEDY  ������ ��������� ��������� ��������� "  Recommends   -  Lycliu E. IPM-ikl.arM-'s  Veg est able Compound  I  Mlnartl't*  htut  Wottdwful  Aiitl������eptlo  Cobourg, Ontario���������t(Ymtn ������ro when  "I had a sick father and a nursing baby  to earn for, 1 goi  nil run down and  I took Xydin.'I_.  Pinlduim'n Vegetable Compound  to get skeiigtli to  do my work. An-  other lifma aft  Change of IMc, I  had Beycre hoad-  nfthoa nnd Telt tired  all the time. I took  ttiwen   bottlco of    the Vogottt'"'**  CompotJttd and felt. Hire ������ nmv womwn.  I recommend It to any woman who in  aft the m������ when nlMsmeedobulkUmc ������P-  Ontario-  S9S_S_8  wMM^Sgaiiwia^^^  mmtmmmw* the BK^ra^ b. a  ^  s    m  8P___t! B w__&_^__ffi  ;W^ _r^BB^.B,w^fl_(^-: ������^..^B-B^s_w -  SktifFa little  Vicks welf up the nose or  melt in a spoon or cup of  hot water and inhale*  Medicated vapors reach  the air passages direct.  For other cold troubles  rub Vicks on throat and  idlest.  WsB9t6m  mete  JP/VAr^OR l_l@  3lliit������llltllfIII.IIIIIIIIll.������III(H������IIIIIi������|_  SILVER   I  1    J_TfL-LJ_3JI3!_jJ 1^ O    s  g        CHRISTINE  WHITING        _g  .S PABMENTER   '    ���������     '    ������  gjj ������o_  E' Copyright 1929 S  fl.iiriiiiHtiiffHiiifiiiiiiiiiriiHiiimiiifii^  CHAPTER Vm-Continued",'_  T forgot you didn't know I was  here to supper. I invited myself; and  we ate in the\':trorit room so as not to  miss any. of Vx6 excitement! I washed the dishes while Grandma got  ready for our spree. I tell you, she's  some sport!"  Charmian joined tn his laugh,  though what she felt was a sudden  desire for tears. She couldn't have  eaid just why, but a wave of tenderness for this old friend had overwhelmed her. Jim was so kind, she  told herself. What other man would  have washed those dishes just to save  her a little trouble? What other man  would have jollied an old lady all the  evening, when he could have been  with the young folk* at the church  festival? What did it matter if he  was a bit under his mother's thumb?  Possibly the young man felt her  yielding in some subtle way, for he  Bald suddenly: "The moon will be full  tomorrow night, won't it? Will you  go for a ride, Charmian?"  They bath turned at a sound behind them. The new doctor stood in  accent Sector beneath Ms breadth,  and thinking that Charmian hadn't  noticed his invitation, went off in  such a daze that he barely escaped  colliding with a lamp post.   :  ''-'Gr_sd_aa--'__^vis;.:'j__eEaed -none., the.  ���������worse for her outing1; She wo$ up-or  breakfast, and eager  to, hear;., the  ".news. ' .', ;Y,../.,-.:;:..;, '���������'...  ���������'��������� 4rYpu tell me everything-djout the  supper," she demanded, as Charmian  poured the coffee, "Did: you have a  good time, Doctor? And was that  Darling girl upset because her young  ityi^ri didn't show**"*' fit** ow .won-  the hat?" ^    ~~  "She did," answered the doctor.  "Tn fact, it was the first thing that  caught my eye when we arrived. It's  not a bad hat, really, and, as your  granddaughter pointed out. It is becoming; but if the young lady was  disturbed because you cut her out  iBat   Mlwhl      ak_t   mv_.nnlai4    ���������*-   -Trr-oll "  ������������������"~ ���������     ���������_.-_(_.������.,      .*������._     %..^������..._UI.L������*_������      ..       ..'������._..  Charmlan threw him a laughing  glance.  "Miss Darling found fresh hunting,  Grandma," she explained. -"Poor  Jimmy was forgotten."  "You flatter me," retorted the doctor, arising to make her sweeping  bow; while Grandma exclaimed as he  resumed his seat:  "Do you mean to say; that she  made eyes at you, Doctor? She must  be brazen ������"  "Am I so impossible as alE that ?"  he asked reproachfully.  Grandma shook her head as she'  went on: "But you're a doctor, even  if you haven't got one foot in the  grave yet. and���������and dignified."  "Good Lord!*- he oried, disgusted,  "I didn't suspect it!"  "For. consolation, let me add that  you are not loo dignified," smiled  Charmian. "Surely not enough so to  resent the advances of���������'*  "Charmian,''" reproved her grand-;  mother, "you shouldn't talk so���������so  freely to the doctor. Of oourse he's  dignified. A doctor has to be or folks  wouldn't take his medicine. Even  Edward Howe is dignified when he's  a mind to be; though I remember  years ago when���������well, maybe it isn't  nice for me to tell it, but I remember when he threw a spit ball at the  teacher.   It was at District Four."  'T venture to guess that the teacher deserved it," said John Carter, his  eyes brimming with fun.  ���������^That was the worst of it," went  oa Grandma seriously, "she didn't,  though no one would have guessed it  til! she burst crying. She'd been snapping the children's heads off for two  days, and when Edward threw the  spit ball, sort of to relieve everybody's feelings as well as his, it was  the last straw. She began to cry, and  come to find out her mother was sick  and she was worried most to death  "Bring on your jazz," invited John  Carter as he reached for the despised  volume. *T dare, say 1 need it, after  a pretty steady diet off the other  thing. But I believe you'll find one  or two less hopeless subjects is that  last box. Let's empty it here on the  desk, and then I'll carry off the packing cases and we can clear up.  if Skinny, Beware, Sap  Doctor. Gain Quick  Stitt-dissaaa-Shreatens as every daj?.  Invisible germs of blood-poison, <eci������ma,  etc., are waiting to infect the least cat  or sore place.. The money you use  carries germs���������you get them on the  handle*,, rails and straps of the trains and  street cars, and in a score of other ways  Solely through Zam-b_k, Mr. Henry  C. Davis, of South 17th Street. Kansas  Cs'tjr, U.S.A.. has just escaped a viriileat  type of eczema, contracted, he suspects,  through use of public towels.  u i ������ >__ ���������:__��������� _^,.;__ ii u__.__  M__;_-������  * ������������������__ l_LW%*.>_a_.-w_ ..__,       ������������������_.*w.^^,        ������������,.t__i  id addition all sorts of so-called -eczema  remedies, without Ending the hoped-for  relief. Zam-buk treatment soon gav������  positive'results. ft tools away the painful irritation and quickly purified and  heaiad the deep.troublesome sores."  New Ironized  Yeast   Adds  5  to   15  Pounds In S Weeks. Nes- Health,  '  Strong I^eriMsa���������-Or No Cost  "Skinny folks  subject-* to    many  grave diseases,"    says    an'  eminent  When he returned she was* smiling | physician. When sick they lack fe-  serve strength and many die.  Don't  run risk  of dangerous  disease from  skinniness. 2x ew Iroaised  the doorway, hesitating to interrupt,  perhaps, but at any rate he came ; ���������afraid to ask leave to go home at  forward bravely and dropped the i that time o* year for fear she'd lose  gray crepe shawl    over    the    girl's   her job, and feeling dreadfully. She  shoulders.  "Your grandmother says you'll  ���������take your death o' cold,* " he explained,, with a grin that made him very  boyish; and Charmlan replied, laughing:  . "Did she think I was going to stay  out  till  morning?   Good-night,  Jim.  Thanks for everything; and of course  I'll go for a ride tomorrow evening.  -I'd love it."  Jim, who had been cursing the in-  waa so stirred up she just burst out  the whole story to us children. I suppose she hardly knew what she was  doing, and it was a relief to say what  was in her mind.  "Weil, you better believe that boy  was ashamed of himself. He apologized right before us all. And he patted  that poor woman on the shoulder, for  all the world tho way, years after,  I've seen him pat his patients when  he was sorry for 'em. Mercy! how  WHEN IT'S  I pYir^-B _L������������n9 at mm mr  m . ��������� ��������� Stock Pails,  Watct Pails on Dairy  Pails . . . . be sure  Mtiti     *������*G     GtiCS     "ytiV*  buy have the SMP  label of quality. The  flhicld-  uhape, red  and green  , label is a  guarantee  of finest  quality.  '������*  Heavy Duty  SMP "Slow Dipt*" Gal-  vnttiKod Palls are strong,  ���������tu.dy and will give lo������_*  (service. Every ���������������_.__ ������md  crevice 1 ��������� clean, tmootln  Mini ruat'proof.  |  ���������M  WATCH FOR THIS tABEL  ON GALVANIZED WARE  Popular prices from  55c. to 5(2.85  d$t������nfu<-tat ,  ���������  OeWKRAlL,   STE_X  vVAKt_3  UMtTRII  Bmnchr* Aaron Canada ���������  clear it all comes back! Kate  Knowles (she^waa George KBs aun������  and the girl that Edward Howe was  engaged to later), was crying In  sympathy; and so was Lizzie Baker,  though she wasa'i but sfsc years old.  But Deacon Howe was on the school  board then, and when Edward went  home and told the story, his father  gave the teacher: a month's leave, and  she went off that very afternoon."  "Did her mother die 2" asked Char-  X-tian,. who_inva?Sab3y became absorbed In Grandma's reminiscences.  "N-o, childyY she got better and  came to live in Wickfield. They were  real .nice, folks, and stayed here till.  the daughter grot a school in Portland. Dear me! here I wanted to hear  about the" "festival, and instead I've  been talking every minute, boring  you to death most likely, too. Are  you going to finish fixing the doctor's  office this morning, Charmian?"  "I'm going to fix it myself," declared the doctor, "if your granddaughter will tell me what to do. I'm  thrilled at that office, Mrs. Davis. It's  a dream come true."  "Maybe, you'd better call me Grandma to start with," said the old lady.  "I don't know when any one's said  Mrs. to me, and it don't sound naturals Everybody; ������ftalls Y-'xne ���������>: Grandtna,  even Edward Howe' who was only  two years back,o';nie in school. Polks  in Wickfield might" not know who you  meant if you said Mrs. Davis."  "It's very good of you to let me  ���������Grandma," answered the- young  man, smiling. "It makes me feel like  one of the family."  "That's how' I want you to feel,  sonny," she responded;. while Charmian laughed and sa3d:   ;  "Is that the way to address a dignified physician? I'm surprised at  you, Grandma! Soon as I get these  diEsh.es out of the way. Doctor, I'll  join you in the office; and in the  meantime you can carry the biggest  books up attic. By afternoon you'll be  ready for your first patient. Aren't  you thrilled at the thought?"  "I shall be more thrilled when he  arrives!" answered John Carter.  "Here's hoping _ don't starve while  waiting for him,"  Grandma shook her head.  "I never was. ono to be a wet-  blanket; but you may as well swallow tho fact right off that Wickfield  folks are set in their ways, and  they're used to Edward Howe. Isn't  that some one in the shop? I heard  the door open. You lend me a hand,  sonny, and I'll see to "em so Charmian can got right to work."  A half hour later when Charmian  looked Sn at the new tofJEce, John Carter was unpuckfng a box of his own  books and placing them on tlio  shelves.  ''Let me hand them to you," she  suggested, '".oil know whore you  want to put them, and I don't." , Sho  jjlancod at the back of a big volume,  and said, so soberly that tho doctor  laughed: **. 'Qray'a Anatomy,' What a  horrible title | Do you know, I can't  help feeling sorry flor theao shelves,  supporting ouch dry, subjects- for  years and years. I think I'll present  you with tiome detective wtorloa, or  something JjOK^y hi tho way of ������ov#  els. A rlsciuo volum������ might bo a relief to those poor oliclvcn after boing  no deadly rospaotablo for fifty years.  First the ponderous law weighing  them down, and now���������M  She sighed d������������nalrlngry ns alio  wiped tho duat from "'Osler'o Practice-," and held it out.,  over "Pepys'  Diary/'  and  wickedly: "I think I'll take this in to  Grandma. I'd like to see how she'd  react to it, wouldn't you?"  "I don't believe so, and her comments might be valuable! I'm glad to  see that you're a devotee of 'Sherlock  Holmes/ ��������� and Dickens. I think  there's hope for you despite the dignity that Grandma mentioned."  He actually flushed.   ���������  "Say, do -1 put on airs���������behave  like eh fdiot or anything?"  Charmian laughed.  "I seem to have got a 'rise*' out of  you," she said. "Don't worry. I  haven't detected any airs, nor the  first sign of idiocy. In Grandma's day  a doctor never appeared in public  without a full beard and a frock  coat. She was shocked to death when  Doctor Howe began to dress like a  civilized being and shaved off his  whiskers; but in her eyes he can do  no wrong. Because he brought you  here you'll appear the ideal M.D. to  her, dignity and all. That's why she  was appalled at the brazenness of���������  of the green hat!"  The doctor laughed as he replied:  "Poor old hat! It seems to have stirred up a tempest in" a teapot."  "It is anew hat," corrected Charmian, "and a tempest isn't a patch on  what it has stirred up."  He, raised his eyes quickly.  "What do you mean? You sound  subtle; .and ,1 warn you that subtlety  is-a quality I can't abide."  (To Be Continued.)  Yeast odds 5 to 15 lbs. in 3 weeks.  Ends nervousness, constipation, indigestion -over night. Clears skin like  magic. New pep first day.  Two great tonics in one. Weight-  building Malt Yeast, and strengthening Iron. Par stronger than uhmedi-  cated yeast. Results in half time.  Get new health and weight quickly. Get pleasant tablets of Ironized  Yeast from druggist today. Feel  great tomorrow. If not,, delighted,  manufacturer refunds your money.  I^re-faces Art-facia! Fever  Scientist  Of  HEALTHY CHILDREN  ALWAYS SLEEP WELL  Tells   Of    Possibilities  New Discovery  Discovery of a new snort length  wave, that may easily be developed  into a death ray, but also may havo"  great curative properties, was announced, at Philadelphia, by E. L.  Manning, of the General Electric  w02upo_v/_ r___<&rc_i na_>or_ivon_:5.  Speaking before the -Engineers'  Club of Philadelphia, Mr. Manning  said:'  "We have learned to build vacuum  tubes which will broadcast such "a  short length wave that people in the  neighborhood will have their blood  temperatures raised* This means  that we cau produce artificial fever  and hold it under control, within any  limits we choose."  Manning stated that if natural  fever was "an attempt on the part  of the body to kill off bacteria that  attack it, as ^ believed, this new  discovery may prove of startling  value in the treatment of disease."  The ray, Manning said, could easily be used to induce such a high  fever in human beings that it would  result in death.  "We are experimenting with rabbits and rats,"   said   Mr.   Manning,  The healthy child sleeps well and  during its waking hours is never  cross but always happy and laughing i "and the results are most encourag-  and spreads sunshine to the whole  household. It is only the sickly child  that is cross and peevish. Mothers if  your children do not sleep well; if  they are cross and cry a great~'deal  do not scold them. That is their ���������way  of telling: you they are ill. When  baby is like this give him Baby's  Own Tablets and he will soon be well  and happy again. The Tablets are  a mild but thorough laxative which-  regulate the bowels, sweeten the  stomach, banish constipation and  indigestion,    break    up    oolds    and  ing. Diseases corresponding to  those of humans appear to have been  eliminated by these artificial fevers,"  he said.  little Helps For This Week  "Cast thy burden upon the I-ord,  and He shall sustain thee."���������-Psalm  slmple fevers and promote healthful   lv. 22.  harmful drugs and may be given to An^1 Me fcel the Pressu^of ^  the new-born babe with perfect safe- T ^rjr' frW��������� i,,,,^,^ ������usm. t ^.-^^i  ty and good results. i1 ??ow "^ burden, child; I shaped  Baby's Own Tablet, are sold by all ->������i���������' ^ i+ <���������,������*,,.- ,*���������������, t,������������������^ ������������������,* ������������-,���������������  dealers in medicine or by mail at 25 Poised !t te mlnc own hand' and ������*ade  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  With so. thorough a preparation at  hand as Miller's Worm Powders, the  mother who allows her, children to  suffer from the ravages of worms  Is unwise'and culpably careless. A  child subjected to the attacks of  worms is always unhealthy, and will  be stunted in its growth.  to    thine   unaided  no proportion  In    ita    weight  strength;  For even as I laid it on I said,  I shall be near, and while she leans  on Me ���������  This burden shall be Mine, not hers,  So shall I keep My child within the  circling arms  Of Mine own love. Here lay it down,  nor fear  To impose it upon a shoulder which  upholds  It    is    a  merciful act to rid it of these destruc-  lir^i^T^1!. ^', ,f S^^!;*l .r.^^01* !t Catl  ThTgovernment of worlds. Yet closer  ������������ ������r    n i   ,     ������m come.  Thou art near enough; I would em-  be done without difficulty.  International Hairy Congress  Canada will be identified, officially, j  with the International Dairy Congress at Copenhagen, Denmark, In  1.31, through the appointment; by tho  Department of Agriculture of Dr. J.  A. Ruddlck, dairy.and cold storage  commissioner, as Canadian correspondent.  brace thy care,  So I might feel My child reposing on  i    my breast,  Thou Invest Mo ? I "know it.  Doubt  not then,  But loving Me lean hard.  ���������Paul Pastnor.  Ho that takes his own cares upon  himself loads himself In vain with on  I uneasy burden.���������Bishop Hall.  w, w; v\  t&m  rnkwok,  ^mms-^^\Wr  rpjJI |B,|.l r���������*&'**  For .Voubl?������  jueib stomach  MBADACH11  ~UU~t_>NM>C������A  XSkcobu acid in the common cnuflo of  Indigestion. It results in pain and  ���������ouruosB about two houru aftor eating.  Tha quick corrective In an alkali  which noutralireo add. Thm be������t cor-  Motive in Phllllpn' Milk off Magnemln.  It haji remained standard with nhynl-  dlano In the SO year, alxico Its invention,  One spoonful of PhUllpji" Milk of  iftngneuia ueutroliB_������ instantly many  tlmca Ita volume In acid, it lu harm*  loam and tasteless and It* notion l������  quick. You will never roly on cruel*  methods, never continue to nutter,  when you loam how quickly, how  pleasantly thiji premier ttuethod acta  Plcnna let It ohow you���������now.  Bo auro to get the gonuLti- Phillip*'  Milk of Magnesia proacrlbecl by phy*  jUclanu ror ������������ years in correotlng ox*  cons nclds. Each bottto contalna tuM  dlraotions���������amy dru&.tor*. V  ���������f Hi.   ��������� KI-ST4J������   KJS V1J-W,  Local and Personal  Say it with   flowers  at   Easter���������from  Cook's Greenhouse.  FOR  SALE���������Light  wagon, in   good  shape.   Enquire Review Office.  POR SALE���������Good ranch horse, about  1300 lbs.   W. H. Kemp, Erickson.  FOR SALE���������Jersey   cow, well bred,  good milker.    G. W. Taylor, "Wynndel.  wunig  and  DRES  MR. TUER, representiug the  Consolidated Garment Co.,  will be at this store  oacurcsay, April  \������*  4.30 to 10 p.m.  Monday-April 14th  8 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.  complete  showing of;  and ma-   j  fashionable   j  and   Coats.  with   a  the latest  terials   in   the  1930   Dresses  ROOMS     FOR    RENT���������Furnished  rooms for rent.   Apply Mrs. ������t. S. Bevan.  FOR SALE���������Wagon, democrat and  set team harnessj John Malekoff.Creston.  FOR RENT���������House, nicely located.  Axel Anderson, Victoria Ave., Creston.  Outdoor garden grown hyacinths in  full bloom are reported at the first of the  week.  FOB SALE���������Two Mallard ducks and  drake. Also one-horse plow. J. Handley  Erickson.  Wednesday was clean up day with  splendid weather prevailing for this out  door effort.  AYRSHIRE BULL FOR SALE���������  Thoroughbred, three months old. J. F.  Rose, Creston.  T. J. Crawford returned at the end of  the week from an extenked holiday visit  at coast points.  FOR SALE���������Secondhand McClary  range, $20. Also registered Jersey calf,  at Creston Hotel.  WANTED���������Milch goat, just freshened  or to freshen soon. Percy Argyle (Alice  Siding), Creston.  FOR SALE���������10 sacks Netted Gem  potatoes, good for seed, $4 per 100 lbs.  Fred Boffey, Creston,  Creston Bakery requests that all orders for hot cross buns be placed by noon  of Thursday, April 17th.  Next Friday, lSth, is Good Friday, a  statutory holiday,, and all places of b������s-  ines in town will be closed.  Cook's Greenhouse is booking orders  for spring plants. .  FOR SALE���������Team grey PerceeronsB  weight 2800 lbs., and harness. No reasonable offer refused. J. Jauncy,. Wynndel.  LOST���������Roll cf bedding, between Ores  ton    and   Reclamation   Farm.   Finder  please leave same at Review Office.   Reward.  FOR SALE���������Few tons Netted Gems  and Gold Coin potatoes, $4 per 100 lbs.  delivered in town. Reed & Mather,  Creston.  COWS FOR SALE���������Three or four  milch cows, just freshened or to freshen  soon, grade Holateins. B. Learmont-hj  Creston.  The sacrament, of baptism will be administered in St. Stephen's Presbyterian  Church on Easier Sunday morning, at  11,30 o'clock.  S. A. Speers was a business visitor at  Nelson on Tuesday and came back the  next day in the latest thing in 1980 Stud-  ebaker sedans.  Kill Kare Krub Koncert at Wynndel  on Saturday, April 12th. at 8 p.m., an  old schoolhouse, Koncert, supper and  dance, 75 cents.  designs  The ladies are cordially ������n������  vited to make an inspection  A  Model T. Ford cars and trucks for sale  at Premier Garage. Price no consideration.   Drop in and look them over,  Harry Webster left a few days ago for  Vancouver where he has secured a position and will be remaining   permanently  The Presbyterian Ladies' Auxiliary  announce a spring flower tea at the home  of Mrs. Henderson, Saturday, May 3rd.  LEGHORNS AND RED CHICKS���������  Everyone a money maker. Write for  illust-ated catalogue which gives official  production, averages. Don - Bradley,  Creston.  ��������� .  p  1  \  v *������ vm-ww* v v wvw*  ��������� 4t ' W 4, '+    -    Ht'W'  ���������^>"4r,4*'w'f,mmwww^  ������__r s  The Spraying season will be here in a few days  and in tfiis conneetioin we wish to announce  the arrival of a carload of Spray materials���������  Lime, SuSphufg, Arsenate  This has been bought right and customers get  the benefit of this splendid purchase.  Poultry mens   Small Ghlck Feett  reston Valley Co-Operativ. Assn.  GRESTON  Two Stores  ERICKSON  A . A-A ��������� A     A.-fc ��������� A. A. A. A-A :_W.A. A.A. A . A -A. A. A-.-!.-.*.-A-...- --^- A -A- A���������A .-^-A.A,^..^. -_.-__l_.-W- ^ .-k, _-fr  ������N-MW-MBMMM-W__M_N������W������-������_MHM_������^^  Phone Your Orders  and we will DELIVER them  THE   SAME  AFTERNOON  LAND FOR SALE���������Adjoins Reclamation Farm. -WW sell in blocks ^of 40  acres or larger at $3 0 per acre. Monrad  Wigen, Creston.  Mrs. J. S. Clowes is a visitor at Vancouver this month, having been summoned to that city Monday due to the serious isiness os her fo.other.  FOR SALE���������Black currants, Book-  skoop Giant and Black Naples, extra  stomg 2-year old plants, $2 aer 4ozen*  H. F. Robson, Wynndel, B.C.  The evening of Thursday, April 24th, is  booked by the Beaver Brotherhood of  Trinity United Church for an illustrated  lecture, "Around the World."  Trinity United Church Ladies' Aid  announce their usual Easter bazaar for  Saturday afternoon, April 19th, in the  church basemen, from. 3 to 5.30.  The village council meets in April session on Monday night at which arrangements for spring improvements throughout the village will be discussed.  Good old summertime weather prevails and the dust nuisance is again with  us. According to Foster's forecast the  last half of the month is to be dry also.  BLACK LEAF "40"���������1 ounce, 35c;  4 oz., 85c; ������ oz., $1 25; 1 lb., $2.25;  2 lb., $4; 5 lb.. $8; 10 lb., $13.50. These  are cash prices.. Creston Drug _s Book  Store.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Bush returned from  their wedding trip on Saturday and are  now getting settled in their home on the  W. Hall (Fab-head) ranch on Grandview  heights.  The baseball talent had the first practice of the eeaaon on Sunday afternoon,  when their was quite a good turnout of  both the old and  some promising new  material.  Our former townsman, C. G. Bennett,  has just been elected president of the  Fernie Golf Club. Mr. Bennett is also  1930 president of the board of trade in  that town.  Revenues collected at Creston office of  the provincial police in March were fairly  buoyant, totalling $330, of which $227  was from motor licenses and $47 dog  license feas.  Afternoon tea with sale of home cooking at Christ Church vicarage on Saturday, April 12th from 3 to 5.30 p.m. Auspices of Christ Church Ladies' Guild.  All welcome.  Police officer Hassard has had the usual  rush for motor licenses with the 26 per  cent, cut effective at April 1st. So far  this month almost $1200 has been paid  for license plates.  II. A. Palmer, lineman with the local  telephone work, has juBt taken delivery  of a 1930 Ford coupe from the Premier  garage. During the past week two 1980  Ford trucks have rIbo been sold.  C. W. Allah was a business visitor at  Calgary and Lethbridge,. Alberta, last  week, making the trip by auto,- and was  much taken with the appearance of prosperity that is. in evidence in the latter  city", particularly.  The shade trees in town are having  their usual spring cultivation attention  this month. Trees set out in 1929, particularly the mountain ash, have suffered  heavily fro. the unusually dry weather  that prevailed last year.  At April 1st gasoline tax was advanced  to five cents a gallon and local garages  are now retailing gas at 87}-_ cents. Previously the price was 36 cents. This  price is uniform with Nelson, Cranbrook  and all the other bigger centres.  Creston Poorer & Light Company, Ltd.,  Deisel engine is now supplying all the  electric light   ui  rs ������n village   and  workmen are at work putting on thewire  to give the supply of ujuice" to the W.  M. Archibald residence, which is just  outside the village limits.  The annual old time dance is. announced  forWedneskay evening, April 23rd, in  Grand heatre ballroom, with dancing to  commence at nine, o'clock. Oldtime  music by old   time musicians, and pro^  i <b in-ft ii -^ ii A    ���������^l--l^-fc--^���������l-li|-h^ll^ll^ft-|-J~-���������-^^l^A-A'-A^lA^^  TRY OUR SEBVmS; Y0U1L LIKE IT  NEW  Shipped  irnca.i*_.ai  28th  ceeds to go  to   Creston   ba ebali  Gents, $1.   La lies 60 cents.  cjub.  Creston baseball club has just been  advised of a meeting at B'oririers Ferry on  Tuesday evening next at which representatives from Troy, Montana, and  Sandpoint, Bonners Ferry and Creston  will get together to arrange for an international league composed of teams  from these towns. A certain amount of  preliminary work has been done and it is  hoped at this session the schedule can be  drawn for the season.  WAIT FOR THE NEW  PLYMOUTH!  A full-sized car with  power to spare, at a  price you can afford.  GUARANTEED  SERVICE I  -  ������  reston  Msfers  Main St. at Barton Ave.  ���������<T"W"W"  ��������� y y v y v������ ��������� -���������������  Gfirist Church, Greston  SUNDAYF APRIL. 14  CRESTON���������11 a.m., Matins.  YAHK���������7.30 p m., Evensong.  Fresh and Smoked Fish  Brookfield Pork Sausage  Swifts Premium Hams and Bacon  CHOICE BABY  BEEF  PORK  and LAMB  PHONE 20  LIVESTOCK BOUGHT  Our stock of Men's Shoes is complete.  We handle the best shoemakers'shoes.  Palmer's at 7.00, 7.50, $8.00  Sterling at 4.50, 6.25, $7.75  Mayer's Panco Soles  In FINE DRESS SHOES we have  Murray's Oxfords, Bals  arid  Bluchers at 7.25, 7.50, $8.00  CRESTON MERCANTILE  COMPANY,   LTD.  wmmmmmm^msmmmmmmmmm^^  Creston  <;I1AS. PKCJK, Milliner.  .^^^&^B5^3^^^3������^ $a 4S& ^^^*M^^^_^_^^^  Mrs, Balaclon nnd young daughter of  Maple Creek, Sask,,. who have spent the  winter at the coast, are spending a few  days in Creaton en route home, and nro  Guests oE Mr. and Mra. M, R. Joyce-  Cranbrook Courier:   Mr������. D. R. Mac  Donald, for the past two years resident  at Creaton, arrived In tho city Wednesday to make hor home hero with her son.  J. R. McDenald, well known news agent  Order year tomato, celery and flower  planta at Oooh'n Or onhouso.  John Ryckman, who is (now employed  nt Kalinpolli, Montana* waa a visitor with  tho family fliora a coupfe of days at tho  end of tho wcolc. Mrs. Ryckman and  children wfll likely be moving therenome-  timo next month,  March wa������ very ciulofc tn police court  business with only two carton tried. Ono  of thrse was a theft ehnrgo and tho  aecunod wna uont up for trial, Mod the  other unfortunnto wan charged with having Intoxicants In noanoflalon and wan dta-  chargod with a Btivero lecturo hy Mn������h  triito Col. Mallandaine.  f  A.. _fc -A- A. A -A... A ��������� -*- -A-A. A--Li A -A- -L-.-h.,- -k- J- .,-frn. A .. |A ���������-_.-_>. ^r^^ii^n, ^ n^MiJ-.^-rt*- nftrr fa-���������Ha 0kn A i -fcjfrY-l^V  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &l> Veal  Phone your order and receive our beat serv.co.v   _��������� ���������, - .... .      ���������   .,         ;,   >    ,   ���������-   ,.  f" '"'"     '������������������  '���������       - ���������      r "    ',   -   ���������"���������"   '���������'���������      "���������       '  "'"'  ��������� * ' ���������'  TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BORNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  BURNS&COMPANY.LUI.  wy-������-|������ii-ytiiiiij|iiii   | $M,m\fm"**1$~*',1K~^tti~cyM,-~im^

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