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 ���������V-: i  / /  i n  REV  Vol. XXII.  CnE^TON;''B;'0.i:.tBli%Y. APRIL 18,  1930,  No. 7  K.K.Klubia30  Concert Success  Musicat end Dramatic Offerings  Please Audience that Packs  Old Schoolhouse to Capacity���������  Supper and Dance W.ndup,  roll  *4-tt\lA   A������**tet������  nr<-ll mewi^Ai. ������*���������������_*������������������_���������������_���������-������ A   ������4 ������_������������*_������_ !���������*������������ ^F3������tq  E. Towson was very popular, and received a lusty encore, and brought to a close  the first half of the programme.  A song and. dance by Miss D. Payette  and Mrs. R. Price opened the second  part, and waa followed by "Raps," a  duologue by Messrs. F. Hagen and D.  Butterfield was accorded a welt Reserved  tmrnm   <-  - v  The Wynndel Kill Kare Klub present.  ed .their annual concert on Saturday  night at the old sehoolhpiise. Wynndel,  to a crowd that taxed the capacity of the  hall to the limit and those in attendance  pronounced it well up to the standard of  the dub's previous presentations. Following the concert, supper was served, and  dancing for a couple of ours finished up  a most enjoyable evening.  It would be hard to pick out - any of  the members of the cast for special mention, as every item was carried through  without a hitch, and received generous  applause.  The programme opened with a humorous sketch, "The Country Store," whieh  dealt with the trials of a country merchant until one of his customers met  dame fortune and pointed towards a  decided uplift in the financial standing of  the district A song by J. Hulme followed, and was encored, and a lengthy monologue by C. Payette, "O Gee Gosh,"  was one of the best items cf the evening.  A vocal duett by MissE. Towson and  A. E. Towson followed and was very well  received and encored. Next followed a  pianoforte duett by Mrs. W. Cooper and  Miss D. Butterfield. A quartette by  Misees D. Butterfield, E. Towson, D.  ��������� sysvtS auu .?_rs. _%. _~s.ce vv_l_ wsu rendered, and a duologue, "Please Pass the  Cream," by D. Rutterfield and J. Hulme  . .wss'-escellsstiy-s^essd^ed .and.-was-gl'gen  cuCOre, auu. w&5 * ullOW_u by is p:_.nwa-rt_  solo by Mrs. Cooper.   J. Hume  with, another song,   "Never  Let  Learn to   Dance."  iavorea  w������__  aef  The nest tketcb,  "Foiled, by Heck," was, perhaps, the hit  of the evening. The. Misses D. Payette,  E. Towson and Mrs. Cooper and Messrs,  A. Hagen, F. Wilson and A. E. Towson  playing their respective parts in finished  style. A song by D. Butterfield:, "Gilbert  the Filbert," Mas followed by a chorus,  "The Utah Trail," by the party, and  Shis brought the 1930 K.K. Ksub concert  to a close. The door receipts were in the  neighborhood of $98.  loirty Members  -  1en_iis UDjecove  *���������ic .  Adult Membership Set at f 10.00  -.School Children Pay $2.5f*-  Construction o������������Uourts Under  Way���������Village Council Helps.  iiid  _*-.-_  Wynn$������m������  returned last   week  winter at Coleman,  *^4  reston  Any person interested  in Tennis and wishing to  join, notify the Secretary, H. C. Purchase, at  the Canadian Bank of  Commerce.  SEASON FEES:  ADULTS. $10.00  School Children-..   2.50  Courts are now being  built in the Fair Grounds  JOIN, and help boost this  needed   Community   Sport.  Full Gospel  Alex.   Cameron  after spending the  Alberta.  Mrs. P. Downey, who has been a patient at Cranbrook hospital for the past  six weeks, returned home last week, and  is at present on a visit with her parents  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Wood. ���������  Mrs. Williams returned ;_io*_.e last  week after holidaying in Blairmore, Alberta, for the winter.  Mrs, Bathie and Lillian  Gregory left  on Friday for Victoria, where the latter,  will remain for medical treatment at the  Solarium.  Paul Ofner was   combining  business  with pleasure W a visit to Nelson last  week; ,        ,:s:-_.'���������<-.'.,���������"',_���������. -.-.,'_ ..__.. "...  Mrs. A, Renedetti, who has been Ya  patient in Kelson hospital, return d home  last w-ek.  O.   Davidge   accepted t delivery of  a  shipment of trees from the Layritz nurs  eries last. week.   Sam   Moon   has also  taken delivery off trees���������from t^e B.C.  Nurseries.  .   . .. .)-  There will be Easter ; service at the  Anglican Church on Sunday at 3 p.m.  Ted Svendsen and "Rasmus Walde are  to be hpre for a dance in the old school-  house Saturday night, 19th, with an admission of $1 to gents, and 50 cents to  ladias, supper includcb. Oldtime and  modern music as requested. Don't miss  a good time.  The tennis fans wetgf out it satisfactory  numbers on Tuesday ^flight to hear reports of committees n$tttted at~the organization meeting a. corfple of weeks ago,  with President Whit^Kd presiding.  Messrs. Forbes andhj Wheeler reported  on'.-''a';"-..satisfactory Interview with the  village commisaionerif|it which the council had agreed to allow them the use of  the southeast corner <������the fair grounds  and will also provide a team and man for  three days to,help pu&the playing ground  in order. $7  The meeting accep^ejfl the report and  on Wednesday workfjtfas commenced on  the courts, and today? ;(Good Friday) an  oldtime bee is being fjeld to help keep  down the cost of Construction which  with equipment is-esmmated to cost not  less than $300.       -^  The meeting a loppeKL a membership  of $10 to adults, aruf j$2.50 to children,  whose hours of plaS^witi be definitely  fixed. The objective ;_s 30 adult mem-v  bers quite a numbe^'jOi whom signed up  at tbe meeting, sra^^ll-iwho wish to play  are asked to -tera^ft' their names and  dues to Mr. Purchase- at the Bank of  Commerce just as Rhptt as possibEe^  ler.  Dr. Severn of Bonners Ferry-  presided, with E. D. Raymond of  Sandpoint, secretary, and these  two, along with the managers of the four clubs interested,  will constitute the league executive, with the former as president.  ^No time was lost in completing  all league organization details, including the drafting of a 12-game  schedule, which will provide games  until about the end of July.  ���������With just one or two exceptions  each town will have a home game  every other Sunday, and the opening is set for Sunday, May 4th;  when Bonners Ferry will visit at  Creston, and Troy will be guests  of Sandpoint. No arrangements  were made for holidays such as  Dominion Day and July 4th, but  the three teams from across the  line are quite keen to visit Creston on July 1st for a tournament  in whieh all four clubs will participate.  Double umpires will be used  and each team will name its own  arbiter for each contest. No hard  and fast rules were made as  tenuis Courts at  Exhibition Park  Oub will Fit up Two Courts in  Ideal Location on Fair Ground  ���������Location for Clubhouse and  Bowling Green to Come Later  The club plans caipor the construction  of two clay courts~<fegr_tn admirable location^ and the greatesjl "confidence is expressed that, the :^ea.ulsite^iimber of  playing members will be booked, and  tha* -������wv"#>������rtv inr&F&y .^jkisn." will be in  full swing. "     ~/f "^  ___e^"--^  -_<pk&������9w  b  II  Sail  Lister  ������V9  y^^P   i^^y  UV1  OLD LEGION HALL  VICTORIA AVE.  CRESTON  SUNDAY, U;00a.m  Morning Worship  SUNDAY, 7.30p.m.  Great Easter Sorvico  Subject:  'WhyWeepestiThou'  MISS McLEAN wiltspeah,  TUESDA Y and THURSDA Y  7.4$ p.m., Evangelistic Serviced  FRIDAY, 7.4Sp.m.  Young Peoples,  A. W. Sinclair is in charge of a small  crew of men at work repairing leaks and  filling in the pipe line of the waterworks  system.  Rev. R. B. Cribb will be here on Sunday at 2 SO p.m. for United Church  Easter service, for which appropriate  special music is being arranged.  Mr. Zachodnik of Canyon has been  here this week looking after the cultivation of five acres on the Lazachuk plance.  Wo hoar Sam will be in from Kellogg for  a spring vfslfc nt the ������md of the month.  The quartette of Geriuiuu ~eitiers, who  made a horse buying trip to southern  Alberta last wc;ek, arrived in with about  a dozen head of work horses on Saturday,  which they aeou'rsfd .near Barnwell. Alberta.  John Huseroft and Harry Helmo are  busy with trucljB hauling out their cut of  tie* for shipment from the Biding at Canyon,  BuainoflBi visitors wore much in evidence  this week, including W, S, Ollivor, C, R.  Ward and Bort Sang of Cr nbrook; W,  A. Harrison of Nelson, and Ed. Ghureh  of Fornta. Roy Hiurrfo of the Kontpnny  Telephone Company, Cranbrook, waa  also ti busi noas call or.  MIbb Doris Yerbury Is a visitor with  Nelson friends thin week.  School closon for the Kurttor vacation  on Thursday, and the teacher, MIrs  CurtlB, will ivpond th* vacation at hor  homo In S]q-������m City.  Although. ordwH for stumping powder  wore quite heavy, the very dry weather  thnfcobralnnta preventing l������nd clnnrlns:  on tho expected Bfinlo.  Starts May 4th  International Circuit is Proving'  Popular���������Schedule to -Extend  Over Three Months���������Creston  Awarded Opening Game.  The four-club international  baseball league made up of Troy,  Montana, Bonners Ferry and  Sandpoint, Idaho, and Creston,  was officially established at a  most enthusiastic meeting of  baseball backers from these four  centres, held at Bonners Ferry on  Tuesday night, Creston's interests  being looked after by W. H. For-  to  eligibili :y of players, due the fact  that baseball materia! is none too  plentiful at Bonners Ferry this  year. ���������  The circuit is a quite compact  one, Creston having none the best  of it in the matter of distance to  travel. Troy is approximately  ^Sr^mHes^ron. ^herer-and ---Saasdr  noint a matter of 75 miles distant.  The executive of Creston Tennis Club  have definitely decided to utilize the  southeast corner of the fair grounds, adjoining the Pridham ranch, for permanent tennis quarters, and at the meatlng  of the village council on Monday the  necessary permission was received from  the , commissioners to Proceed with the  work of putting in the courts as per a  vera attractive plan designed by Chas.  MtJore, one of the best known local tennis  enthusiasts.  Mr. Moore's plans provide for two  courts of regulation size.. They are of  clay construction and placed north and  south so as to get the maximum of daylight and get the maximum of relief from  sun troubles. Plans as drawn show one  court gracefully terraced over the divide  of 15 feet, giving it an elevation of about  two feet above the adjoining court.  Considerable grading will have to be  done to put the grounds in shape for  play, and their construction will provide  a base of sand, gravel and clay with a  dressing of lime, sand and clay���������the lime  assuring a playing surface of maximum  uniformity. Fifteen feet is allowed at  eourb ends, and t������e courts are to be wire  screened on the four sides.  Erlcfoman  Lee Heric arrived from Yahk on Saturday, to spend the weekend with his  family at the ranch.  Erickson and Creston juniors met here  on Sunday for a real good game of baseball, Erickson winning by a margin of  13 to 10.  Auspices Beaver Brotherhood.  Lantern Lecture  "     by,  Rev. A. C, Pound  B A., of Moyio.  "Around th? World"  ���������_t  Trinity United Church  Thus s., Apr. 24  EIGHT p.m, Prompt.  Pictures  of China, tal-en^by  himself,   will  bo  the  chief  feature.  Adults 25c. iiildreiilSc  Misa Ruby Martin is a Cranbrook  hospital patient. She was taken there  on Monday and was operated on the  following morning for appendicitis.  R. M. Telford and Ray Crisler were  Bonners Ferry visitors on Tuesday,.  where they attended the organization  meeting  of  the  international   baseball  league.  Miss Marion Heric, who has been a  hospital patient at Cranbrook since January, returned home at the middle of the  week.  There was general rejoicing on Tuesday amongst the ranchers on the Erickson irrigation system when water again  came through the pipea. The system has  been out of commission since the January cold snap.  School closesi for the Easter holidays  on Thursday, Both teachers expect to  remain in tho Valley for the ten day  holiday,  _ ne vocation oi tne piaying neid is one  whose natural surroundings are attractive  with an abundance of shade trees. The  plans also indicate a likely location for a  ^i^l^we^oE-pamiionior the convenience  of spectators and to fadntate "the social  sideof the game. Mr. Moore has also  included an area which, if desired, could  be readily developed as a bowling green,  the pavilion having a convenient location for those participating in either sport.  If funds available permit of- a tennis  development on the plans submitted the  game should prove ��������� immensely popular  with the active members of the club and  should also attract a considerable membership from less active admirers of the  game who would be unable to resist the  call of the courts set in such auspicious  surroundings���������and a non-playing membership fee set at an attractive figure.  is expected on an Easter^ holiday visit  with with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.  W. Parkin.  Frank Simister had the bad luck to  lose about 100 White Leghorn nnd Rhode  Island Red chicks in a fire at his poultry  house Friday night. The fire is supposed  to have caught from the lamp in the  brooder.  HIGH SCHOOL  MI9g& SMIn^g  r Cherry treea are coming into bloom in  this area. Some Binga on tho J. W.  Farltfn place, are the earliest reported.  Jeffrey Collin left at the end of the  week for Silverton, Oregon, where he is  on a visit with former Creston friends.  School is duo to close tor the Easter  vacation on Thursday, 17th, and Principal Lukan will bo spending the holiday  at his home in Fernie.  Minn Irln Taylor Ib spending the week  with Miss Helen Moore, teacher at Flagstone, and will return with hor today  when the latter comes home for Easter.  Spraying operations aro fairly general  in thlw section this w<wk, Mr. Rtolnor on  the 1'aync place bein������ the first to gfit at  thia work.  Mrs, Ilalko, who hw������ boon at Tran-  qulllo, ICumloops, for the past two yearn,  Under   the   auspices  of   the  High School Tennis Club  Parish Hall, Creston  Friday, April 25  CARDS at 8.15 Prompt.  ATTRACTIVE  PRIZES  Tempting Lunch  proceeds to pnrelmse Tannin  playing equipment.  Admission  50c, !THE' REVIEW,   CKESTOST,   By   C  m������is catmfeisy SaSm^la quality.  at tliree ^iips Sot a @enf  *FtosSs fr������ssa tS*e gardssss'  Tlie  Problem Of Unemployment  The nations of the- world, and. more especially those of the white race,  and. of these those ju.o~*t _xigl������������y l-jdustralizcc!., stre confronts^ v?;i_s a connmoti  problem which is becoming increasing-ly acute. namely, unemployment,  resulting from a lack of gainful employment for hundreds of thousands ox  people, able, "willing1 and competent to work,, but who are unable to secure it.  The present situation is a paradox. No less competent an authority than  the United States President's Committee on Recent Economic Changes  reaches the conclusion that the rise In unemployment in recent years- is not  so much the result of recession tn industry, closed factories and general  depression,���������usually advanced aa causes of tuiemployment,���������as it Is the  direct outcome of prosperity itself.  In other words, the intensified activity which has characterized progress  ta the past decade has likewise intensified, ant! in a sense created anew, on>i  fundamental economic problem���������the problem of unemployment.  The problem of unemployment has been recognized since the war as a  serious one in Great Britain, and greater publicity has been, given the  British situation than in other countries, largely because of the fact that  in Britain, with its schemes of unemployment Insurance, facilities existed for  obtaining a more accurate accounting of the actual number ont of work. It  is now becoming more generally known that the percentage of unemployed  to population is almost as high in many other countries, and higher in some.  And the number of the enforced idle ts increasing, until it is now estimated  that 20,000,000 or more throughout the world sure unemployed. The  satuatioa in Canada is decidedly better than it is in the United. States, Great  Britain, Germany, Italy, and naost other countries. Even so, unemployment  ts a subject of growing concern in this 3Don.in.on to- all Governments,  rnu_dc������palities, labor org-anizationLS and business intereats in general.  Of course, in a young and developing country like Canada, and  particularly in view of its long winter months which i neeessarily slow up  many of our major activities, there always has been and, in all probability,  always will be seasonal unemployment. That is unavoidable, and those  engaged in occupations which must slow up, or be temporarily suspended In  the winter, must, like th-e farmer, earn a sufficient amount in the months of  activity to carry him through the slack period.  But why, following one of the most active-years in the industrial historj7  of Canada, with building construction records greater than ever before  known, with development works of all kinds in progress, unemployment  practically unknown, business maintained at a high peak, which was tne  Invention For Blind  Standard 'Typewriter Keybeard  Cass  Be Con verted Into Braille System  JohK   Lemp,   Tavistock   druggist,  has completed an invention whereby  the-; keyboard on" any' standard ri__,U<-  ofityp^vvrlter may be( cojav^rted into  a 'Braille ���������' system keyboard-' for. blind:  ���������persons.;''who  may wish to take, up'  stenography.  The invention consists of a .set of  brass caps, embossed with Braille  letters and figures instantly detachable.  Mr. I_emp, who has a blind daughter, lias offered the invention free to  institutions for the blind.  SPRINC TONIC  M AID TO HEALTH  New Line To Bay Shortens Route  Sturgts Cut-Off will Be Ready For  Operation Early Zn rrfay ������-WJR.  ���������   Y "'"���������'���������'';".-"������������������    ��������� 'States; ������������������'': '"���������'- v-  ;--''^6<ms_ruction' worky6n;.t������-e>'S|Wrgl������r  Kuidson Bay Junction, branch line of  ^e^^adian National Railways will,  be; finished about May IS; and! th _  -line- .will-be,.: iuniedic*yer;;to the operating department on that date. Aa  announcement to    this    effect    was;  __w-de reeemtSy   by- A.   _u.   Warren*  children's  You Can.J-ay the Foundation Of  Good Health Now By Building  Up Your Blood and Strengthen.*, s; Your Nerves Through  the Use Of Br. Williams' Pink  Pills.  The good old fashion of taking a  tonic In the Springtime, like most of  the customs of our grandparents, is  based upon sound common sense and  good medical practice. Winter is always a trying time for those who  a*-e not in rugged health. Many men,  women and children go through the  winter on reserve strength they have  stored up during the sunny summer  months, and grow increasingly pale  and lanouid as the spring days approach. ~ A tonic of the blood and  nerves at this time will do much for  such people, by putting- color in the.  cheeks and banishing that tired feeling that worries thousands of. people  at this season of the year.  It is Impossible to be energetic if  your blood is thin and weak,  or if  your nerves are "frayed or shattered.  You cannot compete with  others   if  you do not get refreshing..sleep, at  nigbt, or if your appetite is poof or  you are losing weight.    You need a  tonic   at   this   time   to   add to your  : efficiency, now, as well as to save you  from suffering later on. ���������   And in all  the  realm   of medicine, .there  is no  safer or better tonic than Dr. Williams* Pink Pills.      These pills tone  and enrich the blood which circulates  through   every portion of the  body-  strengthening jaded nerves and rundown organs, and bringing a feeling  of new strength and energy to weak,  ������������������^easily tired, despondent men, women  situation  during  tbe  first  three-quarters  of  1929,  should the unemployed  problem be more acute than ever in the late fall and winter months? The ��������� and children  ___       _-                     __.���������_*-          ^            *              _.���������_���������'-       Mrs. L. Hupmaa, Summerv_iie Cen-  answer cannot be found m any one thmg. but ss made up of many factors,   i tre     ^s      writes: "Dr.    Williams'  Liet us consider Western Canada aloue. In 1928, with a record crop ! Piaik Pills' bave been of the greatest  volume of low grade, this country had to import over 50 000 harvesters* j benefit to me. A few years ago 1  thus provid'ng temporary employment which benefitted the whole country, ^f3 in. a. badly run down condition.  t   ,AOft lt ������ .Y        . . fc *   ,       _.tt,       .     ���������-       I became so weak and nervous that I  In 1929 it was not necessary to import any harvest help, partly because of a j conj^ scarcely go about," and  doing  western  vice-president  of the  company.  A very considerable saving fin tim.  and distance between southern Saskatchewan and the Hudson Bay Railway will result with the completion  of this line and the opening of It for  regular freight land .passenger service. Between Regina, Moose Jaw  and ether southerss **o!_jts is. !?8**-  katchewan there will be a lessening  of 9-.6 miles over the existing route  'from those centers to The P"as, Inter-  med'ate points such, as Melville and  Yorkton wiil also be brought considerably nearer tolThe Pas and the  Hudson Bay Railway.  Until the Sturgis-Hudson Bay  Junction line goes into operation the  route from Regina to Hudson Bay  Junction is via Swan River, a diss-  iance of 429.6 xniies. Tne distance  by way of the new route which lies  through Melville, Yorkton, and Canora will be 335 miles.  Passenger and freight train services are now under consideration by  the departments concerned but it Is  not expected that an announcement  on train service wiil be made for Rr  fewAveeks. ^  ���������"���������''  The Sturgis-Hudson Bay Junction  line was one of'those included in th _  three-year branch line programme  which was passed by parliament in  1927. -Although it is practically the  Jast item on that vprograname to be  completed, the date upon which it is  to be turned over for operation Es  more than six months ahead of that  set by the bill. This adds to the enviable record of the engineering  forces of the "Western. Region of the  Canadian National Railways in completing all its construction work  months ahead of the limit set by parliament. The laying of steel to  Churchill and the completion of the  Flin Flon and Sheridon Railways and  the Aberdeen-Melfort branch line are  other examples.  CoiMTINUAI.  dosing upsets  delicate stomachs. Vicks is applied externally and therefore can-  hot disturb^ the digestion.  It acts in two ways:  <1) The body heat tc-  leases the ingredients* in  the form of vapors v/hich.  are inhaled.  (2) At the same time  *m ������*    4 -ItfJ'        '   ' '     _,___.���������'  soreness like a noisltice.  _._.-_  t_.*w  tf^^y-^owce  _.'������VAP o R u ������  ���������������������������__���������_������������������_____������___-m_~w^~__ n I  New "Ice" Discovered  New ^Liquid. _Tet TJniu_med> Boils Am  18 Degrees Below Zero  Discovery of a ' new refrigerant  which, it ts held, will bring about a.  vast improvement in living conditions, has just been announced bgr  the division of industrial and engine  eerlng chemistry of the American  Chemical Society.  Tlie refrigerant, as yet unnamed, ia  a compound of carbon, chlorine an*i.  fluorine and is technically known aa  fluoro-chloro-methane. It is a dear  white liquid, boiling at 18 degrees below zero Fahrenheit. Gommerciai  production, the announcement said,  will probably not be practicable for  at least two years.  50f/o reduction in grain yield owing to drought conditions, but also largely  because combined reaper-thresher machines, coupled with the use of motor  trucks on a large scale, eliminated the*work hitherto performed -by.manpower.  Decreased  volume   of  production   resulted  in  a heavy  falling  off   of  railway freight movement, and consequent large decrease in railway" employment, which was accentuated by the general tie-up in the wheat markets. All down the line business was affected adversely, and unemployment < in tbe Spring"-- build me up for the  grew. .       ��������� ��������� . .      hot weather, and always I find the:  Again, take railwavs.    Everv year witnesses increased traction power ji best   results.   I  therefore cheerfully  of locomotives.   In the United States the tractive.power of locomotives per ; recommend these nills as the best of  railway employee increased 11 per cent, in the seven years between 1913 and i health builders  1920,  but 35 per cent, in the two years between 3S25 and 1927.  Here in  my housework left me completely  vised up. Everything seemed.to worry  me, and I was in a very discouraged  condition when I began taking Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. I soon found  the pills helping me, and continuing  their use I fully regained my health.  Since then I always take a few boxes  -S25  Canada, the CP.R, and C.N.R, are introducing huge locomotives of great  power undreamed of ten years ago. Enormous tonnage is now hauled in a  single train which not many years ago would have called for the operation  of two or th-ce trains.    Thus the number of tra'n crews is lessened.  Cheap electric energy distributed all over the country, with a multitude  of new machines of all kinds, electrically operated, is replacing hundreds  and thousands of small industries where much work was clone by hand.  But, it will be snid, great industries have been bu'lt up as a result of  new inventions which now employ hundreds of thouaands, ns, for example.  the automobile industry, radio, aviation. True, but each replaces something  else. Consider the automobile, and its companion the truck. It h.as replaced  the manufacture of carr'ages, buggies, farm and other wagons. The malting  of harness is fast disappearing. The village blacksmith is almost extinct. On  the one hand the automobile industry provides inc-ensed freight traffic for  the railways; on the other hand It takes both freight and passenger tratflc  away from them.  One motor truck does the work of several boraa drawn wagons; ono  combine ren'aces two binders, a threshing outfit, and a score or more  stookers, teamsters, and other helpers. A motor driven power shovel or ditch  digger supersedes a small army of laborers. The radio has silenced many a  piano and phonog aph. The moving picture has cloaad up the theatre with  its travelling shows in all but tho largest cltlcR, and now the "talkies" with  their elaborate musical presentations are finishing the work, aa well an  throwing thousands of men and women engaged hi theatre and moving  pictures orchestras out of work. Kuch picture ia ita own orchestra,  Mao a production aided by wonderful new raaeh'nery turnn m\t nroduotn  of all kinxli in ever increasing volume, employing ono man ivhero formerly a  scoro found work. That one man receives greatly increased wag-of, and  enjoys a higher standard of living, but his high wages aro but a mere*  fraction of tho coat of production with, cheap power, machinery, and mns������  product'<m the main factors of cost. So while ho and others prosper, nnd  many people enjoy things formerly denied to them because of their cost, the  unfortunates displaced in this onward march of progress are unemployed  and in distress. With no work to be found for whioh. by previous training  and experience they aro best fitted, they find all other avenuea cloHud to  ther/i because the same process 1s at work ovorywho.e.  What Ib the solution? Mo man yet knows. It will be found, becauso it  must be, The continuance of civilization depends upon it. In a word, aa ono  writer puts it, Mom-othinff of the same kind of engineering efficiency which  has brought about those dLsplaeemonta of man-power will have to be applied  to tho problem of flndlnir openinga for competent men whoro they are  needed.  You can get these pills from any  medicine dealer, or by mall at 50  cents a box from The Dr.. Williams'  Medicine Co., BrockvSaie, Ont.  Combines m Wesierss Canada  The stVccessful introduction^ of tbe  combine into Western ^Canada by the  ���������Dominion Experimental Station, at  Swift Current, Saskatchewan, in 1922  has aided 'materially in. establishing  this system of harvesting in the  Prairie Provinces. Since its introduction- in 19-22, tne use of the combine  has spread till in . 1928 over 3,650  combines were sold in Western Canada. -  Saskatchewan Coal  Saskatchewan's coal production la  1929 was more than 100,000 tons  higher than in 1928, and created ������.  record for the province. Total production was 568,759 tons as compared with 464,428 tons in 1928.  MY  Use Good Seed  In. the opinion of a ' successful  farmer and grain exhibiter, registered seed or seed closely traceable  to registered is preferable because it  produces uniformity in ripening, in  appearance and 1n the shape of kernels.. Impure or mixed soed is sure  to produce a sampl- with different  typos and lacking in uniformity.  An old temple bull has been rc-  Htorod to Japan by a SwIbfi muaouwi,  an a token of loyalty to tho Louguo,  :iaF^!,RYMV$8l:  .CO.WiXlJlAUD.fcL  ���������nrittM Mr. W. McJUtltu*.  Thatumnrti may r.on������tlpa-  tlon, U������*or   tnniNfl, Imll-  ������*wtlnn,, r*n ������ml avornlirlit  w(th"Fru1t<_-tlynu:'Nnrv><Mi  <nii������t. Get "I'mlli.a.iUr**-  frofodtiarflt������"t today.  b^-,ll_lrt^.l>^klll������^l^iii,^������f^���������,  mlmwmSm  Malctj Many Tenftn  TCvory year tho Phjml.oa.. Testing  Laboratory of the Topographlaal Survey, Department of the Interior, toatn  fiovoral thouHinncl olinical thormom-  etorw for govnrnment departmontH or  for the general public, A certlflcato  l������ givon with each tUorrnomoter  which smccoHsfully paiiHeN tho re-  qulfod toHtn,  MlkiiuiBV fur H;,uEB!Hi;- DlfiBr.  Voar   Home   MedSclno   Chest.   ���������  Amorlf��������������� the standard Jhousohold rcme-  clie.s that should always' bo on hand  in your home medicine chest, none is  more important than Dr. Thomas*  Eclcotrlc Oil. Its manifold usefulness in relieving pain and healLng  s'cknes.4 is'lmbwh by many thouaands throughout the hind. Always  use Dr. Thomas' Kcloctrlc Oil for relieving rheumatic and sciatic pains,  treating tiore throats and chests,  coughs, bums, scalds, cuta, brulnem  and sprnlna.  l^argeHt Deposit Of Dlntomlto  Tho largest depoait of dlatonilto  in tho Dominion at preflont known 1a  in tho vicinity of Queanel m control  terltinh Columbia, whoro material of  pure grade oebura iu bods forty feet  thick that extend ovor a huge area.  No ono need ewdiaro'the ��������� njyony of  corns wlth'I-Iollow.ay'w Corn Remover  at hand to rcmovo them.  Rulnm o. an old Woman wharf,  whoro no doubt tho ��������� cmporoni' plean-  uro galleys "wore orcco mo'orocl, havo  boon found at Xiako Notnl.  MUuutfH hail   Wonclerfut   AntlHi^itte  L'ower.  "vn, jst.  u.  xaa������  Wcalem Repreaentaltoea:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., RECINA, SASK. ���������f-f���������  TITTC    KEVIEWV'  CRESTON-'.;"'-B.    O.  SAYS BRITISH  MA 17AT   TmI\% IPV  mm  X_0J_doh, 'I_ngl_iid.-4^reatvHrlt3dtr*a  'W~a_-time' Srjst sea^Jcrd, '.A____^^-;I_or&  Wemyss, said recently that" Great  Britain's future as a maritime poWet  Tsas fraught with grave possibilities  ������nder the present naval policy and  other policies of the government.  Making the presidential address  at the institute of naval architects, Lord Wemyss pointed to the  seduction of 46 per cent, in the  British naval estimates as compared  to l������fcl4 ^concurrent with an enormously increased national budget."  "Is this backbone of British industry and national defence," he  asked, "to be sacrificed in order that  doles and pensions shall be provided  on a more magnificent scale to  those who, in many cases, might be  usefully employed ia: developing  empire resources, and helping to-protect our interests overseas?   Y  "Let us hope that the reaciioxx,  Which must inevitably come sooner  or later, toward fuller "realisation  of our naval requirements may find  ���������as with, the power to act before our  tsational resources in men, money  and material aro irretrievably lost  through a policy of mistaken continence and extravagant expenditure  in unprofitable channels." -  The suggestion was made in parliament recently that the admiralty  should; take opportunity of the presence in London of Dominions' naval  delegates, to discuss the question of  revising the contributions of the Dominions to Imperial naval defence.  Hon.- C. G. Amnion, secretary to the  admiralty, said the question is more  appropriate for the Imperial Conference.  H. Ramsbotham (Cons., Lancaster), who had raised the matter, insinuated the real reason-for not discussing the question was that the  British Government had "pinched"  the contributions of those Dominions  interested in the Singapore nav-U  base, by; announcing work had been  slowed down on. this base without  Baying anything about return of the  money contributed. Mr. Amnion did  \Bot reply to this.  "While all the self-governing com-  munities of the British Empire have  an equal claim on the protective role  of the'navy, they take widely varying views of their obligations towards the cost of Imperial defence."  remarked the Weekly Review, Truth,  recently.  The statement was provoked by  study of the memorandum on respective contributions of Great  Britain and the Dominions, released  by the first lord of the admiralty  last week. This showed the expenditure per capita in Britain was $5.96;  Australia, $1.83; New Zealand, $2.4?:  Canada, 37 cents; South Africa  {white only), 22 cents.  An even more striking manner of  expressing thes*e inequalities is the  proportion, of expenditure on naval  . defence to tho value of the import  and export trade protected,'k Truth  continues. "The moral seems to bo  that neither Canada nor South Africa think thore is the faintest prospect of another naval war, and that  it J a only wasting money to provide  against it,"  For Royal Ranch  Shipment    Of   Thoroughbred    Stock  Arrives From England  Saint John.���������Seventy head of the  finest thoroughbred stock arrived  here from England, destined to go  forward by the Canadian Pacific  Railway to/ tbe._ Prince, -of./Wales'  ranch in High River. This is the  'first shipment- n_a.de to the ranch for  four years, and great care has been  taken by'Professor Carlyle in his selection of the animals to secure the  very finest types. *  "The 40 pedigreed Sh.orthorn* cattle, all of which have passed the extreme tuberculin test, are quite the  best shipment that has ever been  brought   to   Canada   in my   experi-  VISITS B-RTJIPL__.CE  ������������    _>nn^~>  represent purchases made from some  of the most famous Scottish and  English breeders as well as a selection of nine two-year-olds and,three  yearlings, heifers from the home  farm at Stroke Climsland, Cornwall,  which are of the Prince's own breed-  These he'fers are of certain notable Shorthorn families not at present represented on the ranch.  Included in'.the contingent are'-50  __ampshire Down sheep, three of  which, were prize-winners at every  agricultural competition in which  they have appeared. These are to  improve and supplement the herd on  the ranch at present, which has enjoyed such success, rams having been  sold and supplied to ranches fnom  Texas to the Peace River.  National Fuel Palicy      [WAR VETERAN  Mrs. Aimee Semple t McFherson,  noted evangelist, who,; heading her  pilgrimage to the Holy Land, stopped  at Lor^c_t, pnt.,;her birthplace, to  mark a ballot showing how she  would determine six-r contentious problems.of the day.  .       I I, - -  1 Canada's  Relations  Pea pa M^mnvtal Pari.  K    WMWV     M.V_���������V..MJI     ���������   5_���������._���������  Willi  Russia  Are  Money To Be Raised By B.C. School  Children Donating Ten   Cent  Pieces  Vancouver.���������Money subscribed in  ten-cent pieces by the school children  of British Columbia will be devoted  to laying out of a peace memorial  park on the Canadian side of the  Peace Arch at 'the international  boundary Tsetween British Columbia  and the state Of Washington, it was  decided at: a meeting here of the International Peace Memorial Association.     ;-. .. ........  The United States ond..of"the _Pacific highway is.being div.eit__L to_the.  Peace Arch, and the Department of  Public Works, at Victoria, is changing the Pacific highway from its  present. position to the rigut-of-waj*  to tbe arch.  The work ������of the Interrtattonai  Peace Memorial Association will be  to establish anaagnificient park area  on the Surrey side of the" line. The  Dominion Government has agreed to  turn over certain lands there for a  park.  Very   Similar   To   Those.   With.  Other Countries  . Ottawa.���������-Diplomatic:. relations between Carca,da and Russia are similar  to' those existing between the Dominion and other countries with the  exception of those countries in which  Canadian legations are located. Thia  statement was made in the House of  Commons by Premier Mackenzie  King. Russia, the prime . minister  stated, had enjoyed certain special  diplomatic privileges which had been  discontinued several years. The result of the discontinuance of these  special privileges, Premier King stat-  Matter   Brought   Up   In   House   Of  Commons In a Series Of  Questions  Ottawa.���������-The question of a. national. fuel-policy /fop, Canada, is being  brought;up -snatheKous������ of.. Commons  hx .a..;.' series, of questions propounded  by: T. Xj, Church,'   (Cons., - /���������Toronto.  2tfbr^west)Y>__^ ���������..  ..,'..''I./.Wl_ati;;stepsYhave ^en taken  to carry-. out :a ; resolution which  passed the "House of _Con_m0ns in  19-_:&-27 for* a national coal .-supply  for Canada by which all coal would  be mined and coked under the British  flag, whether front Wales, Nova  Scotia or Aiberta?  "2. Has the attention of the government been called to allegations  made "of sweated labor" regarding  coal for Canada from Russia made:,  in the House of Commons, London,  on April 7, by Sir Newton Moore,  (Richmond)?  . "3 What steps does the government propose to take regarding, contracts for Russian. coal coming into  Canada to-Insure the carrying out of  the terms of the afor-esaid resolution for a national coal supply, and  to prevent Russian coal displacing  shipments of: Welsh anthracite ?     x  "_., Is the government aware that  25,000 tons of Russian coal have  recently been sold to a Montreal  firm, displacing coal mined and  coked under the British flag."  ft I _* r_  .ni?  m\������*W  S ENDORSED  At  Large     Liquor     Cargo     Seized  Niagara By U.S. Customs  Officials  Niagara Falls, Ont.���������A carload of  waste paper, billed from Port York,  aroused the suspicions of United  States customs officials across the  Niagara River. Working on the  theory  waste   paper  is not  shipped  Ottawa. ��������� Broadly speaking-,  the  ex-soldiers* organizations of Canada  ���������_j������������������.'     -m~-   nr-������.   Yrv.**.-.���������.-._*     * ������,_.-..  Cucrtiav w_.^*       .������ _h.    _ ������ .v%*i.w.a       ___t_iinr-*  ance Act, whicb provides for granting to unemployable ex-service men  a certain monthly allowance at  the age of 60, said Lt.-Col. L. R.  La Fleche, president of the Canadian  Legion, to the special parliamentary  committee on returned soldiers' problems.^ The bill provides for considering the "burned out" veteran, who  is wholly unemployable, eligible for  the grant before he has reached 80  years of age.  What was anticipated as a contentious matter waa the clause which  establishes a .departmental committee, under direction of the minister,  to control the operation of the act.  The minister of pensions. Dr. Jf.-H.  King, informed the committee that  on- this departmental body the veterans would, bave an i-onGrsur57- xnei-ib-r  and. also honorary members on the  varLous district boards.1^  Col. La Fleche, speaking on behalf  of the veterans* declared that this  new provision would be satisfactory  inasmuch- as it would enable the ex-  soldier organizations to keep in  touch -with, the decisions of the committee. He said that the veterans  desired it to be made clear that this  bill sbouSd not have any bearing on  the provisions of the Pensions Act.  .  Relations  ed,  was that relations with  Russia, j such  distances,  the  officials  opened  diplomatically, were    on    the    same j the car and discovered more than 1,-  footipg,. as  with Austria, Italy and  such countries. A Canadian desiring  to go to Russia,, the prime minister  remarked,  could secure his passport  in Ottawa-, and have it vised, by Rus-  sian authorities.  Miners Will Not Strike  Eastern Canada Interested  Unemployment In Ontario  Ottawa.���������That there are nearly  40,000 unemployed men and women  In tho province .of Ontario, or doubla  the.number registered at the aamo  time last year, was the statement by  tfoneral Suporin tendon t H. O. Hudson, of, the provincial employment  flOYvlcoB, who concluded an investigation into oondltlbna.  Will Attend Piuwlnn Play  Oborammorgau.���������Prime Minister  Ramsay MacDonald, of England, has  ordered tickets' tor himself and family for the Passion Piny to be pre-  prented hero thins Hummer.  Ontario    Grain    Growers    Plan    To  Sinter World Grain Show  Toronto, Ont. ��������� Eastern Canada  grain growers have already started  plans to enter the world grain show  at Regina, still two years away.  A few smattering prise lists which  have found ways into agricultural  centres here have resulted In a flood  of requests for more and these requests are being communicated to  the Regina promotion headquarters.  :Seven- of the leading grain growers of Perth County, two of them  consistent winners in Ontario competitions, recently declared at Stratford that they have already started  developing seed for the world show.  Mlddlosex farmers have also started  organizing.  Lethbrldgo Men Decide To Apply For  'Board Of Conciliation  Lethbridge, Alberta.���������There will be  no strike In the Lethbridge minefield.  The result of-a vote announced at a  meeting of the miners was 278 for  conciliation and 1-2 for strike action.  . The miners will now apply for a  board of conciliation under the Le-  mieux Act to consider their demands, fhlch include a small Increase in wages and recognition of  the Mine Workers* Union of Canada.  000 eases of rare wines and. cordials-,  hidden under the layer of waste. ,  The liquor was dumped into the |  river from the lower bridge to the  great delight of boat owners. Word  quickly* spread that liquor was be-  ing- thrown over and many person-  rowed clown" un^r''the)'T'9brfdge^;'_iid'  salvaged bottles which had "riot broken. *  Natural Resources  Now Fuol OH For 'Planes  Hartford, Conn.���������A new device for  an aeroplane motor -which -permits  use of all grades of fuel oil Haas been  successfully demonstrated by the  Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Company. The device eliminates the  usual carburetor and intake system  of the gasoline engine by a new system of direct fuel injection*,  First   Reading   Of   Bui   To  Agreement With Saskatchewan ;"4  Ottawa.^���������The bill   to    ratify   the  : agreement . between, the Dominion  j Government and the Government of  Saskatchewan, transferring the unalienated natural resources of Saskatchewan, tb the provincial government was introduced in the House of  Commons recently and given first  reading. The only difference between  this agreement and the one made  with. Alberta, Hon. Charles Stewart,  Minister of Interior, explained, was a  clause providing for submission of  certain ���������questions to the courts. This  litigation will not delay tho transfer of the resources. They will be  handed over as soon as the agreement ia ratified by parliament and  approved by tho Imperial parliament.  Germany To Cultivate New Markets  With Adjoining Countries-  Berlin.���������Cultivation by Germany of  closer commercial relations with her  eastern and south-eastern neighbors,  possibly  at the . expense, of  present  trade relations with. Canada and tho  United   States   and  Argentina,   was  j urged -by Herman Dietrich, vice-chancellor and minister of economics.  He mentioned that the adverse  trade balance with Canada was  .^&OG0,O0_t marks, witb. the United  States, 796,000,000 marks, and with  Argentina, 370,000,000.  ���������"They send us their surplus agricultural produce but decline to buy  from us to the same extent. Con-  sequently* readjustment of our commercial relations with the border:  states is perhaps-the most important  task of Germany's economic policy*  and this applies especially to Poland  and Rumania," he. said.  Distinguished Visitors  l>iiclu!)������H Tokos Up  Aviation  London, mnglancl.���������Tho Ducheas of  Bedford, who is Ofi and nn aviation  enthusiast, made her first solo flight  In hor own baby 'piano nt hor homo,  Woaaun Abbey, Bedfordshire).  Spain Is preparing to talto a national oonmiH next itprirj&v  ' w.   it'."'v. iaaa     "r~"  Might Take Canadian Lumber  Ottawa, Ont.���������A party of British  Columbia manufacturers, who recently visited Australia and New Zealand, havo been in .conference with  Hon. James Malcolm, Minister of  Trade and Commerce, and said a  friendly attitude to Canadian pro-  ductn was observed arid it in bollovod  that If a revision of tho Australian  trade agreement was considered,  Australia might bo prepared to give  n preference to CahaelSan lumber.  FIooiIh Threaten Manitoba F-arow  Winnipeg, Man.���������Rlning rlver-levola  woai of Winnipeg, forced fnrraors to  rosort to dynamitlnn; ice-Jama in an  effort to obtain;'relief from threatened fioods. Sudden mounting of tho  level of tho Aaslnlbolno Rlvor at  Poplar Point, about do rattoa wont,  prominent to Immerse mllOR of farm  land unless tho Ico i������ allowed to flow  froe.  Colonel Ralston Is  Retaming To Canada  Hon. Phlllippc Roy Taking His Place  At  Disarmament   Conference  London, England.���������Col. the Hon. J.  L. Ralston, head of the Canadian  delegation to the naval disarmament  conference, with Mrs. Ralston, have  sailed on the steamship "Berlin" for  Canada. The liner sailed from  Southampton for Halifax, where it Is  due to arrive April 18.  Col, Ralston's place will be taken  by Hon. Phllllpe Roy, Canadian minister at Parts. Pressure* of parliamentary duties and work In his department of national defence necessitates the return of the Canadian cabinet minister.  Rt. Hon, Lord Kuflatco Percy, Eleventh won of tlio seventh Dulco of  Northumberland, nnd pronlxtent of the Board of Education in -the Baldwin  mlnintry, accompanied hy l>w1y Percy, Us hI_owm here on board HM. IDuchewn  ofjAtholl, at Saint John -���������Msontly. The dlatlngulahed couple aro on a vlnlt to  Canada and the United Stiatew, where Lord Percy will lnaujgttvato a nerleo  of lecturen at Yale Unlvoralty on AnglO"A_norlcn_i relations.  Suggests Pensions For Blind  llvB.   Lawloy   Advocates   Aid   For  Those Tin Isolated ArtMrw  Ottawa.���������Pensions for blind persons living in isolated parts of the  country were ndvocatel before tho  Canadian Federation of the Blind by  D. B, Lawlcy, travelling secretary of  the organization.     *"  There aro 7,000 sightless persons  In Canada, ho said, tho majority of  whom lost their sight aftor reaching 35, years-of age, Tho handicap,  he explained, weighed anueb. lieavlov  on those living In rural' areas.  Ho recommended setting up federal  and provincial advisory eoiwmltteen  to deal with tlio wolCaro of theso  tmfortunnteFj,  Now Post OAleo For Urnndon  A pon/ilt for T.130,000 haw been ia*  wuod to caver tho erection, of tho new  post offline In Brandon, for which excavation work has begun.  ^^"''"���������P*"*^^'1 "*"- THE   CRESTON  BEVI-S-W  Shooting put  StOD ta  telephone  service  Trouble occurred on 200 telephones in the Kerrisdale area,  Vancouver. A telephone man  investigated and found that a  portion of the metal sheatht  enclosing the 200-pair cable  that gave service to the instru-  ^ments effected, was riddled with-  bullets.  Someone had discharged a  shotgun in the direction of the  cable. The trouble did not develop immediately as the wires  within were not damaged by the  shot, but eventually moisture���������  that deadly enemy of telephone  circuits���������found its way through  the holes in the sheath and interruption to service was the  outcome.  ������7 f-t _?*- ������*������h -������* mm, 9  iiluTOriSw    T_.l-_nbs.ii_.    f!^  LIMITED  Aoril Session  a.  Tennis Club Gets Consideration  ���������Fire Brigade Delegation is  Heard���������Refuse to Pay Bill for  Pumping Theatre Basement.  The April meeting of the village  commissioners on Monday night  was quite largely taken with a  consideration of a varied line of  communications, which included  a request for sidewalk extension  at the north end of town; advice  as to a by-law governing electric  light wiring; a claim for damage  to property due to poor drainage,  and application for permission to  subdivide acreage into village lots.  C. O. Rodgers wrote asking $76  to reimburse him for wages  paid men for pumping water out  of the Grand Theatre basement,  said flooding being due to interference with previous drainage  installed on Barton Avenue. On  motion of Commissioners Edmondson and Jackson the council decided to take no action in this  matter.  Guy Constable wrote directing  attention to the fact that in this  province insurance companies insisted that the Canadian Code of  Regulations be strictly observed  in wiring premises for electric  light and power, and^ unless this  course is adopted insurance money  will be jeopardized in case of loss  by fire. He asked that the council secure a copy of these regulations and enact a by-law in this  connection. The cleric will secure  a copy of the regulations after  which future action will be decided upon.  Messrs. Emil Johnson and K.  E. Paulson wrote for authority to  subdivide Lot C of Block 3 DL,  891 K.D., containing about ten  acres and asking that the council  open a road from Canyon Street  though to Hillside Road, making  the council an offer of, per ferably,  a 40 foot strip of property for  such purpose, The council authorized the creation of the subdivision and agreed to open a 60 foot  road if right of way is given the  village, grading not to start, how-  over, until there is actually need  for the highway.  K. Sinclair Smith, R. W. Maxwell, C. H. Hare and S. A. Speers  forwarded a petition asking for  fchf construction of a ttidewnlk  li'udintf to the ImuKi'M at tlio north  end about oppoFit<> OhriKt Church,  A r! tion wtiH (I of erred rending an  it.vf������Hr.ip:ntion and report by Corn*  missionor Edmondson, chairman  of the streets committee.  A delegation constating of R. J.  Forbes and E. Wheeler appeared  in the interests of Creston Tennis  Club, asking for permission to  use part of the fair grounds for  the installation of tennis courts  and clubhouse and expressing  themselves as rot unwilling to  have the village help with the  j necessary improvements to the  grounds. The commissioners  sanctioned the use of the area requested and will pay for the work  of a man and team for two days  in constructing two courts.  Matt. York and J. P. Johnston  appeared in person to discuss fire  brigade matters generally and the  .need of additional equipment in  particular. Incidentally they submitted some additional names as  having been added to the brigade  strength. Commissioners Jackson  and Henderson were named to  make an investigation of the  whole fire brigade situation. The  names of all brigade members  have been turned in at telephone  central and in case of a blaze all  who have telephones will be called by phone.  A conference was held with A.  E. French and E. Winchcombe to  arrange for an amendment to the  hours of closing by-law that  would have barber shops observe  the same working hours as the  general stores. MY. French came  out strong for the customary six  o'clock closing but "Mr. Winchcombe argued that a hardship  would be worked on those who  toiled through till six p.m., to say  a very fine midnight iuneh.   During: the|  celebration ; Mr.   Knott   was  presented  with   a  silver  mounted  walking  stick  which he acknowledged in suitable terms.  The Uniued Church Ladies' Aid are  completing arrangements for their usual  Easter Monday sale, cafeteria tea and  concert to he held in the Community  Hall on Monday evening, 21st. Tre  concert is reported to be exceptionally  meritorious.���������_ >   "'  Lethbridge Herald: A quiet but pretty  wedding ^asi solemnized at Wesley  United Church manse on Saturday evening, April 5, when Miss Ella Rumberg of  this city, formerly of Medicine Hat,  became the bride of Robert Burns, formerly of Creston, B.C., now a resident of  this city. The bridal attendants were  Miss Marie Lange and Luther Sullivan,  and the ceremony was performed by Rev.  J. W. Hetyin.    Mr. and Mrs. Burns will  ivsiufc ������i������ Iietliuf i<Ig<5.  Rules and regulation* goyerning the  gopher killing contest the Farmers' Institute is putting on for the public school  children were formulated at a meeting of  the executive on on Wednesday night  last. There will be five cash prizes of  $5, $4, $3, $2, and $1 to those making  the highest kills, in addition to which  two cents per tail will be paid for all  gophers slaughtered, but no boy will be  considered a contestant until he makes a  kill of 25. The institute expects to pay  at least $200, and tails must be accounted for with Manford Samuelson, institute  secretary.  P. R. Harbaek, who was in charge of  United Church work here in 1925-26, has  just graduated in theology from St. Stephen's United Church College, Edmonton, Alberta. A gold medal for proficiency in the entire course was awarded  him, and was presented by Lieutenant-  Governor Egbert at the convocation.  Mr. Harbaek was also the winner of a  travelling scholarship of $500 for graduate study at another college, and a prize  of $10 in books, both from the St. Stephen's College Women's Guild.  Kaslo's tax rate is 40 mills. 18  mills will be needed to finance the  town schools.  At the end of March but 40  carloads of apples were unsold in  the Okanagan.  At Grand Forks gasoline is 37 J^  cents a gallon cash, or 40 cents  where credit Is given.  Official records show that the  Invermere district had less than  13 inches of precipitation  for all  We invite you to inspect our  new stock of  *e_w  _a*  ��������� -e.-v._i  Three carloads of seed peas  have already arrived for planting  on the dyked lands near Bonners  Ferry.  Kaslo council has just donaned  the board of trade $100 to help  finance the board's publicity campaign this year.  Two poultry clubs���������boys and  girls���������have been organized in connection with public school work  at Grand Forks.  LAND    FOR   SALE  Twenty acres of improved land, build-  ngs, and plenty of water, goes for price  of improvments. E. NOUGUIER,. Canyon, B.C.  100 acres of land at Arrow Creek; 10  acres fenced; 4 acres cleared and planted  to apple trees from 3 to 5 years old, price  $2200.   Apply FRED LEWIS, Creston.  Greatest Eleven-Acre bargain in Kootenay. Overhead irrigation. Improvments and land cost owner over $12,000.  Sale price ������4000. Address Geo. Nickel  or Monrad Wigen, Creston B.C.  Another Fifteen-Acre Bargain, with orchard of 50 tress from 12 to 20 years  old. Two acres equipped with overhead irrigation. Two dwellings and  other buildings. Cost the owner close to  $10.000| Sale price $3500. Address  Geo. Nickel or Monrad Wigen, Creston,  B.C.  NOTICE Of BUSINESS CHANGE  Runhers   -  vtf&rk Socks  ���������<���������-������������������. *_. -~-a������������������_._������._.  and  ffitenen Utensils  Full stock.    Priced right.  Mm tVBipmnmMM  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  Q  nothing of the men on the land  who could not conveniently secure  tonsoral treatment during ordinary business hours. It being impossible to arrange any agreement  between the knights of razor and  clippers, the hours of closing for  barbers will go unchanged.  The usual donation of $20 was  made  the  Salvation Army,  and  the March accounts totalling $575  were paid.    In this was $223 for  culvert pipe purchased  and $70  paid Mrs.   Fran en  for land   on  Vancouver street.   The purchase  of the required ten feet from Axel  Anderson to give Vancouver street  a uniform   width   for   its entire  length is held up.   At a previous  meeting it was thought a bargain  had been struck with Mr. Anderson   whereby  he would  sell the  wanted land on the same basis as  the purchasa arranged with   Mrs.  Fransen, but when it came time  to   sign   up   the   agreement   of  sale it was found that instead of  having to pay Mr. Anderson approximately $175 his price is $270.  The matter is stood over pending  a conference with the owner.  '@ffSer  Birth���������At St. Eugene Hospital, Cranbrook, on April 6th, to Mr. and Mrs. C.  Foisy, a daughter.  Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Faulson of Spokane have been Kitchener visitors the  past week. '      ���������_  Mrs. Driffil left on ;Sunday for Cranbrook, where she will remain' for a few-  days.  Sam Littlejohn left on Saturday for  his home in Saskatoon, Sask., where he  expects to remain for some time.  Miss Ruby Martin of Erickson spent  last week at Kitchener,, a guest of Miss  Clara Hunt.  Fritz Molander, who has been spending a few days with his parents, left on  Friday for Sirdar, where he has secured  a position.  This will give notice that I have pur-^  chased the business of the Pacific Restaurant and Rooming House from Jan  Hing. All people having accounts against  the business must present them before  May 1st, 1330, and all accounts due the  business up till April 1st, 1930, are to be  presented at once and to be settled for  by Jan Hing. MAT MAH HEE������  I have secured the agency  for Creston for the famous  PULWEL  Portable  Phonographs  I have a samD.e of. the  "Midget" on nisplay. Call  in and hear its wonderful  tone. The Midget is equipped with standard Pulwell  motor and tone arm; new  type metal diapragm reproducer; enameied metal grill;  covered needle cup. Holds  six records. Wonderful value at $17.50.  V. MAWSON  CRESTON  It's Just Too  Da-*  UU  SSrsi&r  Canyon City  Mrs. Myles Hurl and young son of  CarmanRay, Alberta, arrived the latter  part of the week to spend Easter with  hor par������mtsP Mr, arid Mrs. W. Cook.  John Butler is here from Trail for his  usual spring visit at the ranch and is  busy, as usual, at land clearing on hia  place.  Mr. nnd Mrs. W. 13. Searlo arrived on  Friday from Bolivuo,, Alberta, to look  after tho ftoason'a operations on the ranch  hero. Mr, Searlo ban been working nt  Bolivuo since hint fall.  Mra. Bateman has fust arrived from  Calgary, Alberta, on ft visit with her son  and daughter, Jim and MIbh Elsio Batc-  mnn. The latter has boon a visitor hero  all winter and Intends to make Canyon  her permanent home  Rov. R. 13. Cribb will take Enstor ser-  vtco at tho United Church on Sunday  afternoon at . o'clock, and ������holr, under  Jiih. llntemarit Ih proparlnB ap-chil munlc  for the oecnflion,  Mrs. D. Lombardo of Revelstoke is a  visitor here with M. P. Lombardo.  Principal Moore of Sirdar school was  at his home in Creston for the weekend.  Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harlow of Nelson  spent a short visit here with the latter's  parents, Mr. and Mrs Jas. Wilson, while  on their honeymoon, the happy couple  returning to Nelson on Sunday.  Nelson News: A quiet wedding was  solemnized at St. Faul'B United Church  manse yesterday afternoon when Rev.  F R. Gw Dredge united in marriage  Lillian Maude Mary Wilson, eldest  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wilson,  Sirdar, and John Clarence Harlow, second son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harlow  of Nelson. Tho bridesmaid was Miss  Vera Harlow, sister of tho groom. J. H.  Donaldson supported tho^ groom, After  a short honeymoon tho happy _oopl> will  reside In Nelson,  It's unfortunate when we hear of anything that proves to us  that we have misplaced our confidence; quite often it costs money  to make a wrong guess.������ '  There is no  guesswork when you give your  PLUMBING and HEATING contracts to us.  Your Plumbing contract should be awarded to a reliable firm to ensure  satisfaction. Cheap plumbing fixtures, poorly installed, are not only a  source of constant annoyance, but a menace to health.  When building for permanency, eliminate chance i>y availing yourself  of the best advice, material and workmanship. Come in and let us talk it  over.  We are also building Septic Tanks, Concrete and Steel Tanks, and  they are guaranteed to give the very best of satisfaction.  In our Tinshop we can supply you with whatever you need.   Tanks  are built to order, Eavetroughing, Conductor Piping, etc.   Also Soldering of  any kind of metal.  In our General Blacksmith Shop we can assure you of-satisfaction on  whatever repair work you may bring there. We have mechanics in this  shop who have had a good many years of practical experience in that kind  of work. And do not forget that it is much cheaper to bave a broken casting Oxy-Acetylene Welded than to buy n new one, and It is just as strong.  As we by now will be. starting building our well-known STEEL  SPRAY TANKS wo wish vou would be kind enough to give in your order  to assure prompt delivery.  ,  1  1  Greston Blacksmith, Plumbing & Heating Go.  S. STEENSTRUP.  A. S. REED.  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  Annthnr of our resklonttt, V, Knott, Imr  juhL attaini)r.l th������ full lhr<j������ Hcoro and ten  yearn and tho misfpicloiifi ominion whw  ClUtnicly celohrwtod ut bin homo on Friday nlttht when a party of thirty oidtimo  MendH w������rni on hand to whlln away tho (praetor and a  <!.fnfn;n'l<'WUTif.ky tit,  t.'iirdMr mium mml   taUT-tnfc.  Residence building is quite brisk  at Pentieton this year.  A Women's Institute has just  been organized at Grand Forks.  Kimberley has Just organised  a cadet corps with 70 members.  At least 50 acres will be planted  to tobacco in the Okanagan this  year.  Lapfc year* membership fees in  Pei'riie Golf club totalled cloro to  $2,500.  Grand Forks has a new chiro-  nc-w Chinese res-  Reduced Prices  You can save upward of $100 by buying  your now Ford now. See us if you are  tb inking of getting a now car this spring.  We have some very attractive prices on the  model now in stock. Also some real buys  in used Cars and Trucks.  Let us give you an Estimate on Wiring  your House for Electric Lights  Have your work done by the firm that can guarantee it to pass  Government Inspection and save yourself a lot of inconvenience, trouble aud expense. We use all standard material, and  our workmen are careful. Work done in the shortest possible  ti������ie and at the shortest notice.  PR. F IUI I IT El     _^J_iRii_fSF"  PALMER    &    MAXWELL  acnvicc on anything- opcwateo dy gasoline s������  LO'^  THE  CBESTON  REVSS-W  __���������  ss  ,B'  a_BB������.o__g bb__b ui  r.  _  LGARRXAGBS  -__u   .T^-i-J'^.*-'  Ut VxU.5V  11VW ..1A_9JL  SSxJL  SULKIES   AND   PRAMS.  See oiit Window.  ETON DRUG & BOOK STOR  'THIS REXALL STORE  GEO. H. K_SI_IJV  B _  Qan-a'aBB-BB BBBB BBBB 9 BBB B ��������������������������������������������������� BBS ������������������-B*BB--aaaB ������������������sua a ������������������������������������������������������BBB-B ���������������������������--������������������������������������>���������������������������-bbQ  G3  F. H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  listings solicited.  CRESTON.    B.C.  Need a Typewriter  Intitule Having  Usual Bulb Show  Date Will be Fixed by Directors  ���������Apron Sale Coming in May  ���������Wynndel Institute Invited to  Co-Operate Putting Over Fair  Look at these prices for modern Typewriters* All have been reconditioned  and look and work like new. Guaranteed  for one year. Price includes new rubber  cover:  UNDERWOODS.  Without two-color ribbon or back  spacer .���������. . $25.00  With two-color ribbon and back  spacer   ��������� 45.00  With new push-in platen and new  style shut lock 55.00  Very latest with rising scale, same  as models being sold new today.. 65.00  REMINGTONS  Kemington, Models 6 and 7 .-.���������$-2.50  Models 10 and 11, with two-color  ribbon, back spacer, etc. 25.00  Higher serial machines than above. 30.00  Models 10 and 11 with slot segment 45.00  Late Model 12, with enclosed side.. 60.00,  ;.-���������, OLIVERS  Model 3. __ __. . ��������� ���������._���������.��������� $10.00  Model 5. _���������'. _.���������-..__.  15.00  Model 7-    17.50  Model 9, two-color ribbon, etc 20.00  EMPIRE  M odel 1...._ _. .._. $10.00  SMITH PREMIER  Model 10, double keyboard, with  two-color ribbon, etc $20.00  Above prices are for cash. Will sell  any on ten-month payment plan at $5.00  above cash prices.  When you realize that a new machine  in any standard make costs $155 cash  you will realize what real bargains the  above machines are.  STANDARD TYPEWRITER COMPANY, Ltd.  "Your Typewriter Men."  606-608 Centre Street, CALGARY, Alta.  Government of British Columbia  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  CRESTON DISTRICT  Construction of Kuskanook-Grey Creek  Rond, from ICuskanook for a distance of 10 ^ Miles, more or leas,  running north to near Gin olrB.  SEALED' TENDERS, superscribed  "Tenders for KuakanooH-Grey Creole  Road," will be recolved by tho Minister  of Public Works up to noon Thursday,  the 24th day of" April, 1930, and opened  in public at 8.310 p.m. on the same day.  Plnnw, Specifications, Contract, nnd  Forms of Tender may be obtained from  the Dietrlct Engineer's Oi-lcc, Nalaon;  Public Works Otftco, Court House, Vancouver; or from the undersigned. A frtim  of Twenty (20) Dollars will bo required  aw deposit on Plana, etc., which will bo  refunded upon tho return of same in g^od  order. Each tender must be accompanied  by nn accepted bunk chequo on a C nr-  torod Bunk of Canada, made payable to  tho Minister of Public Worko, for the  mm of Twenty-five Thousand (2&.000)  Dollnrs, which shall be forfeitod if -ho  tenderer declines to enter Into contract,  or If he falls to complete the work contracted for.  Th - cheques of unsuccessful tenderers  will bo returned to them upon tho execution of tho contract.  Tenders must be made out on tho  forms supplied, ftfgncd by tho actual aip-  nnturo of tho tenderer, and enclosed in  th������ wrivelopuH furnStihtid.  Tho lowest or any tender will not  necessarily be accepted.  P, PHILIP.  Chief Engineer.  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B.C., April 12fcli, 10.10.  The April session of Creston and Dis-  drict "Women's Institute on Friday after  noon was largely taken up with routine  business and planning a number of future  events to provide the institute with some  necessary working capital. Mrs. J. E.  Hayden was in the chair, and one-new  member was added, bringing the membership up to 34.  Progress was reported by Mrs. R  Stevens, who is at the head of tbe committee in charge of issuing the new institute cook book. A great variety of. new  recipes have been received and a book-  somewhat larger than the old one is  likely to be issued.  In connection with the ladies' classes  at the 1930 fall fair, which tbe Institute  are to handle^ Wynndel .Women's Institute bave been writted to asking them to  assist in every way possible in making  this year's exhibition bigger and better  than ever, and the Wynndel ladies will  go into the matter at the April meeting  this week.    .  The directors were given full authority  to set tbe date and make necessary arrangements for the bulb show, which will  held as soon as the season, permits, and  committees to handle the affair was  named as follows: Mrs. G. Young, Mrs.  D. O'Neil, Mrs. W. Hencty, Mrs. T.  Ross, Mrs. Cherrington, Mrs. F, C.  Rodgers, Mrs. Maxwell and the president.  Some date in May the Institute, will  havp an apron sale. Each member will  donate an apron and these will be sold  at a price not to exceed 75 cents each.  A prize will be given for the be3t apron  turned in for sale.  Mrs. Hcndy and Mrs. Stevens reported  visiting the local school and reported first  aid kits in two of the rooms running low  oh two or three lines, and the directors  were authorized to make the necessary  purhases to refill.  The tea hostesses were Mrs. G. Young,  Mrs. Hollm and Mrs. P. C. Rodgers and  the collection amounted. to $2.15 which  goes Into the crippled children's fund.  Special music will feature tbe Unined  Church services at alt points in the valley on Easter Sunday, April 20th. At  Creston the choir will wrender three anthems during tbe even:u_g service. "Hos-  anna in the Highest*":''Christ is Risen,"  and "The Lord;_s^s&auT*  Nest week's social attraction is the  bridge under the auspices of the high  school students j in the Parish Hall on  Friday evening, April 25th, with cards  due to start at 8.15 prompt, and an admission ok* 60^ teiit������.~ - The funds go to  the high school tinnis club and are needed for the purchase of some new equipment.  The'identfity of the airplane that flew  low over Creston on Tuesday of last  week has been disclosed as that carrying  Major Tudhope. inspector of air mail  service, who was flying from Vernon to  Ottawa.... There is a. probability of a try  out being given an air mail service Calgary to Vancouver via liethbridge and the  Crows Nest Pass route. ^  All interested in tbe public library are  reminded of the re-opening on Saturday,  19th, at 3 p.rn.. at tbe new quarters in  town hall. In order to function to tbe  best advantage more members are needed  nd all former, and ;many new, library  patrons are asked tor join up on opening  day. A new shipment oi books has  arrived from "Victoria this week.  W. H. Fortin and R. M. Telford were  Creston's representatives at the meeting  at Bonners Ferry on Tuejjday, wben matters in connection with the international  baseball league were discussed with the  delegates from Bohsiers Ferry and Sandpoint, Idaho; and Troy, Montana. In  addition to being Invited to join this  circuit, Creston also had the chance of  getting in a league with Lumberton,  Cranbrook and Kimberley.  E|!UBSB-C---=-_===se-B*__-~������_-.-U_--__-������__B-----������-������--H----������--������������l  For the BEST In  ���������  55 ' ^SSS     _Hr-^     SSr*t  m  -  \   Give .us a!call.    We are handling the MAPLE LEAF  \ Bran,    Shorts,   Middlings,    Corn,    Cracked  ��������� "'.' Corn* Wheat, Oats, Crushed Oats, Oat Chop  \ Barley Chop, and everything else in this line.  m  u  I Maple Leafy Robin Hood and  X Royal Household Flour  ta.  \  "Around the World" is the title of an  illustrated lecture that is sure to be of  interest and which will be given in Trinity United Church on Thursday evening.  April 24th, commencing at 8 o'clock.  The lecturer is Rev. X'C. Pound, B.A..  of Moyie, who announces that gictures  of China, taken by himself, -will be the  chief feature. He appears under the  auspices of the Beayer Brotherhood with  an admission o. 25 and 15 cents.  M.W.   Bro.-R. r?]_. Reid of Vancover,  Kfl ____..._  j.m_C)UII4C  "a������vr, rj5������&S ���������<���������-, ���������  IS  making   an  official visit this week ������f the lodges at  Golden,;. Windermere, Fort ^Steele and  Cranbrook, and ai the two latter points  will be accompanied by R.W. Bro.C. F.  Hayes, D.D.G.M.. It is expected that a  number of Crestdn- Masons will be at  Cranbrook tonighit-where a joint meeting  of the Cranbrook and Kimberley lodges  will be held in honor of the distinguished  visitor. ,.-,.,  Christ Church, Creston  SUNDAY, APRIL, 20  CRESTON-11 a,m., Matins and Holy  Communion.  WYNNDEL���������3.00 p.m., Evensong.  SIRDAR���������7.80 p.m., Evensong,  United Church  Rev. R. E. CRIBB, B.A., Minister.  11.00 a.m.-WYNNDEL.  2.30 p.m.-���������LISTER,  4.00 p.m.-CANYON.  7.30 p.m.���������CRESTON.  Special Easter Music at all services.  Local and Personal  Jas. Anderson of Vancouver, a former  well kuown resident of Kaslo, was a  weekend visitor here on business in connection with Reclamation Farm affairs.  Mr. Anderson represents tho Alexander  interests, former owners of the farm.  FOR SALE���������6-tubo radio complete;  accardeon, piano, banjo, cablnot grama-  phono, drums and .traps, all. In perfect  condition an going clump.-I can sell  all the above on terms, ;but* nothing  doing; I need the money; .'cash. Geo.  Davie, Canyon,  ,The athletic display, orlfd ally aet for  the 25th has been postponed until May  1st, owing to other entertainments conflicting with tho data first sot. The  young folks aro very much interested in  thoir work nnd havo arranged ������- good  evening for all. Tho Parish Hall has  boon on Raged fov the occasion.  Tho committee in charge of tho old-  tlrnort) diincuuru itrmuislriK lor thw heal  of oldttmo muBic and ������ full list of old  time dances for their hall In the Grand  theatro ballroom next Wednondny night,  tho proceeds of which ������o to tho baaoball  club. The admission la 60 cents to  imiitW and gfutu, $1.   Buppur inciudud.  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, April  19  WILLIAM POWELL  JAMES HALL  LOUISE BROOKS  JEAN ARTHUR  in the  <i  Canary  Murder Cuse"  Vengeance? Pear? Jealousy?  Robbery? What caused the  murder of Brod way's moat  alluring and coldly ambitious  showgirl? Find, tho motive and  you solve the mystery of this  most baffling crime, says Philo  Vance, sauve, fascinating, amazingly keen silk-hat detective.  You'll live this tense drama as  S.S. Van DSne's fiamoufl-character pieces together tho baffling  circumstances. Millions enjoyed the book, You'll enjoy  the picture,  Paramount News*"   Comedy  i/iices are ngnt.  Try tis onee and be convinced.  H.   S.   M6CREATH  Sole a:gent for GALT COAL.  .,_i  'SPRING!  Now that   Spring is here, tell las about that  moving job   you   want  done.     Nothing too  large or too small.  TRANSFE  ���������    a  _i_i   ������B   * ~5_F B .  5SS  reg:watson ai_bert davies  TRUCKING,   DRAYING,   ICE,    COAL,   WOOD   ;  ��������� i������.y  ^ ���������<*���������*���������*'*"*��������� VW4P' ���������* ���������9,*mW'W'*" WmWm*"4fmW' WWW "*>" W ^ ���������ft'fVVI  V  .-������-������  jarm jinance  _!s?5_^w^_r  TJ ARMING is a business, and the  ���������V farnisr who is a good business  man keeps in close touch with his .  Bank Manager, because the Bank  Manager provides a ready contact  -w|th the business world.  Many of our older branches were  founded upon business connections  with farmers. Our country man"  agers are in close touch with all  that affects farm production and  farm finance, and have an intimate  understanding of the problems of  farming.  Any Branch Manager of this Bank  will welcome the opportunity of a  discussion with you.  OF CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH      -      -      J. B. W. CLOWES, TWanftffor  Branchea at Invormere, Omnbrook and Fowita  t������  Thrift  consists in spending less than  V���������\\\ earn.  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings bal������  iance������  and  shall   welcome your  account.  ������so  HE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capitol Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $2O,0OO*0OO  Creaum Branch - R. J. Forbes, Mnnmsor  msvamm^  i ���������-��������� nn��������� c -iia rt'iir"i"j111��������� iij ji- -~ r-i " n   r ~t  "n ' mfV" ^���������T������n-i-"i-���������' f ' '-u-���������" iii---j-tt   **m0i*am***ttm*4pmmw>qm***m^  I  The Consolidated miniii^ &  Smlcting Company of Canada, Ltdl [  Office, Smeltmg~and Refining Department  TRAIL, British Columbia  Smelters asud Refitraera  PurdhawerB of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.  Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Kr I_ead and Zincl  TADANAC BEANB  .ttJhiiijM.M *tJw*w^Wifc,������*JRi*((fi^. tttc   t?"rvti?.w.. nt?K^TO^.   B.' o.  _        Ill IggWWB  I Stops a Cough  In One Night  t  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  APRIL. 20  JESUS TEACHING FOlKSIVENESS  A cough may be Catarrh with, a  dry tickling- in the throat, it may be  accompanied toy partial stoppage of i  the nostrils and shortage of breath.  Often there ic a gagging- in the  throat, and every cough tears and  hurts.  Coughs have a hundred different  causes, yours may be due to any of  the following::  Asthma  _Ess*������sfiS11*������  ISn'arged Tonsils  Inflammation  Stomach Disorders  Inflamed Throat  Bronchitis  Pneumonia  Croup  Pleurisy  One remedy upon. wh>ch physicians  are relying today is Catarrhozone .It  ?ei������-QYC5   ti-S-   CSl"Sft      of      the      COUKh,  doesn't smother it.  It's simply wonderful to think how  quickly a bad throat or catarrh can  be heiped with Catarrhozone. Its  rich balsamic vapor is carried along  with the breath to the innermost recesses of the lungs, bronchial tubes  and chest, making it impossible for  the germ of Catarrh to live. Thus  soreness ia, the chest is at once alleviated ��������� phleg-ni is loosened and  ejected frorn the throat, old standing- coughs-- axte removed.  REMEMBER THIS, you breaths  Catarrhozone and it will -alleviate  coughs, colda, catarrh, and weak  throat. L-arge size, guaranteed, costs  $1.00, and lasts two months; smaller  sizes. 25c. and 50c. Beware of imitations and insist on -CATARRHOZONE."  Goldens Text: "Forgive us our  debts, as we also have forgiven our  debtors.'5���������Matthew 6.12.  Lesson: Matthew 18.15-35.  Devotional Reading: Psalm S2.1-7.  DO YOU  iBQ    ' WW PS VB  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  On its annual arctic cruise this  summer, the S.S, Beofchic will endeavor to Teach Melville Island, situated 360 miles beyond the most  westerly point yet reached by steamship.  Prominent railroader, pioneer of  the West, and veteran of the Rie-  rebellion, W. H. Tomkins, 6S, died  recently at his home in Winnipeg.  He was  captured and  held  prisoner  at Batoche, Sask.  t  Rt. Hon. Montagu Norman was re- j  elected governor of the Bank of Eng- i  land. This makes the eleventh year  in which lie will fill the office of governor to which he was first elected in  1920.  J. R. Nesbitt, of Shoal Lake, prominent dairyman, has been granted an  honorary diploma from Manitoba Agricultural College. The honor follows  the established custom of honoring  each year one outstanding man in  Manitoba's agriculture.  In a motion adopted by city council, of Toronto, police commissioners  have been asked to prohibit the operation of a "bad and doubtful debt'*  collecting car, whoso driver, clad in  a brilliant uniform, with his gaily  decorated car parked in front of  homes of debtors, drew- a good deal  of unwelcome Attention.  Ralph Hull and Ralph D. James,  of Vancouver, students at the University of Britiah Columbia, have  been awarded mathematical scholar-  Hhlps, valued at $1,000 each, by the  University of Chicago. These are  tho first awards of the institution to  Canadian students who plan to specialize in mathematics.  Explanations and Comments  How To Treat    Offenders,    verses  15-20.���������Jesus'     parable     about    the  Good Shepherd, illustrating His care  for those who go astray C<mr last  lesson), is followed in'' Matthew's  Gospel by His counsel 5n regard to  man's treatment of offenders. He  advised His disciples first to tell the-  offender of his fault, then to rebuke  him. in the presence of two or three  others, and then, if he stiy gave no  heed to their words, to tell his offense  to the Church. "When two or three  are gathered-in My name,1' he added,  "there am I in the midst of them."  Unlimited Forgiveness,   verses   21,  22.���������Peter's  question about  forgiveness of offenders naturally followed:  "Lord,  how  often  shall  my brother  sin ag-alnst me, a.iui.1 forgive htm?  until seven times?"   Seven    denoted  the perfected, number.    Peter's heart  glowed   with   self-complacency,   for  was he not ready to go much farther  in forgiveness of the ordinary man?  Did not  the Talmud  say:   "Wheal- a  man sins against another, that other  forgives  him  once, he  forgives him  a second time, he    forgives    him    a  third  time,   but the  fourth   time he  does not   forgive  him"?   "No. I tell  you, Jesus answered, "not until seven  times, but times without number, until seventy times seven." Magnanimity is not calculating,  there    is    no  place for arithmetic in the grace of  forgiveness, or, as Dr. Jowett poetic- I  ally says,    -"forgive    to    a    number  ; where   the   scaling  power   of" arith-  i metic retires with wearied wing."  ;     Peter  himself  was  an illustration  of  the grace  of unwearied  forgiveness.      He   sinned,   and  sinned,   and  sinned again. Dr. J. D. Jones fancies  Peter after Christ's death saying to  ; himself.   "O to  grace,   how  great  a  ; debtor, daily I'm constrained to be,"  5 and again and again taking himself  1 as a text and preaching a. sermon of  ! comfort and hope  to downcast and  ; despairing souls.  SUFFER  HEAD&CKE?  So easy to-get quick relief and prevent an-attack. In the future., Avoid  bromides and dope. They relieve quickly but affect the heart and are very  dangerous.. They are depressing and  only give temporary relief, the cause  of the headache still remains within.  The sssse"������sid harstsless way. First  correct the: cmise, sweeten tne sour  and acid stomach, relieve the intestines of the decayed and poi serious  food matter, gently stimulate the liver,  start the bile flowing and the hovels  pass off the waste matter which causes  your headache. Try Carter's Little  Liver Pills* Druggists 25c red pkgs.  Experiment a Success  *.      a l      f\C   If  Anlmals Being Assembled At Mooso  Jaw -Tor Spring Work  Under the management of the  Saskatchewan Co-operative. 3_ive  Stock Producers, Limited, the horse  marketing section of that organization ia undertaking to assemble carloads of horses at the Moose Jaw  yards in readiness for spring -work.  With tho aim. of improving the condition of ��������� these'-horses they will be  fed for a few weeks before offered  for sale. This affords buyers ah opportunity to visit the yards and select their tearns.  Complete Newspaper Page Sent By  Badio From Son Francisco *������o  NeTvY-Tori.  The complete front pa^e of. ft  newspaper has been transmitted  across the country by radio for tha,  first tUnei,*';;.' -^ ,-.., Y Y  Giving the present B P������ep *������**������  what._ . -n.ey'. !-;!.;,ho'' e^romoapiaca, v' in  .tne future, engineers of tt������e General  Electric Company at Schenectady, N,  Y.������ reported that successful experimentation had permitted them to  read the first page of the San Francisco Call-Bulletin three hours after  it had left the press. It was reproduced in full size in the laboratory of a  new type automatic carbon receiver,,  connected to short wave receiving  equipments actuated by signals originating 2,000 miles away.  The engineers did not hestitate to  forecast many possibilities for thia  improvement in facsimile traiismla-  sioit, which, while still in. sv highly  experimental stage,, gave an Indication that some day radio may "be delivering a large part of business mail  and may also bring daily newspapers  directly into the home.  mA  N<=>y  Biefe-ng Si-ids if! % fViinut������  *_.__ ecMtaa lor month-. Shsrla application cf  *SQo������tut-Sal-a'<Mi.do_itch and burn in 1 eniauto.  B frdE *aue& assess* for ������oe_." J_n������ _>*_!_.  "������t0o_-ft-Salve" ends Eczema oulckeit ttaie erec  known, .tehiitg stops ia.Unti-. All dcuCKtsta.  .1 i, ,iii 'Ni'iiii iaa_Be -  S3_S9Sas_SSS--7QS35S=__-SSSaB-aOH  Danaerous compilcatJons can <i_ick!y develop!, coughs anil colda are tscaiec������ed. At,  the ftrtt-.ilsn' of trouble' treat your  hone* with, the old reliable-   -  SPOHNS  COMPOVNi)  . Praised by liorse owners every-  _   w?h������T6.T>sed by t���������-_BSB<.s.eT srve?35  rases.Oa������*l������_tDr_K-Stare_������or We nod$1.29  te bottle or ahlp������ed direct, poctase iwepato.  FREE _ A __*_._: aaat on Re<iD������at. writatod������y3  SPOHN MEDSCAL CO.. D.a*. V-J &&**. Ib_.  'O Man! forgive thy mortal foe,  Nor ever strike him blow for "blow;  Por aii the souls on earth that live,  To he forgiven must forgive.  Forgive    him   seventy    times    and  seven;  For all the blessed souls in heaven  Are both forgivers and forgiven."  ���������Tennyson.  Hear* ant! EMerves  Caused Her To Have  Cold    Hands   and   Feet  Mrs. Joseph Price, Red Pine, TT.B.,  writes:���������"Several years- ago I was  troubled with my heart and nerves  and was so bad, at times, my hands  and feet would become numb and  cold.  "I happened to see  Asthma Cannot I_ast when the  greatest of all asthma specifics- is  used. Dr. Jk    D.    Ketlogg's   Asthma  Remedy assuredly deserves this exalted title. It has to its credit thousands of cases which other preparations had failed to benefit. It brings  help to even the most severe cases  and brings the patient to a condition  of blessed relief. Surely suffering  from ashtma is needless when a  remedy lilse this is so easily secured.  Does Away With Noise  Contractors In London Use Silencer  On Road Drill  Equipped with a silencer which  eliminates more than half the noise  and much of the vibration, a pneu-  j matic road drill attracted much attention when exhibited, recently in  London. It was made for the U3e of  contractors who meet with protests  against the noise made by the ordinary drill exhaust. The silencer,  clustered around the centre of the  drill, are designed on the principles  of the motorcycle silencer.  Canada's Oldest Men Dead -  Within a period of less than three  weelcs death claimed the two oldest  men in Ontario, and two of the oldest  in Canada. James Wilson, 109-year-  old negro, died. at his horn"- in Wel-  land,. Oat., and two weeks later at  St. Joseph's hospital, Peterboro,  James Hendley, of Peterboro County,  died, in his 109th year.  Chiidrei-Cry Si  __���������������  L iHr^ BB ^^a^:   'Ml. _B_T - ���������B_B__ID fli ' _B__ft    j_B->  A BAS-V REMEDY  _aPP_tCTVE9BYDOCrOK$  POR CflUCCWSH5WTf0N.0lARRK~A  Carloads of scrap tUms from Hollywood are shipped to refineries so  that the silver in them4������nay ho recovered.  ^bri5fe_',^o;:'-ai^^-Half.f;i(^Qrci:  rcilpped hortes work ���������asl������r������  [net sweat thai?  DO  Inquiry by everts of the Mayo  FourLdattcn indicates that rheumatic persons can "sense" the approach  of rain.  Groomad  i. a ������{uart������f>  tlmo.  SI7EWART , =CIi pipirlg^fe|flifScs,:  PHUUPSq  (m  1IH _*s? fro������S������������f5 ft  dueioAcid I  IMDIOeSTlON      I  in Ac"=ss,^r i  ��������� ,l      HEARTS _W������       i  H������ADACHB       |  ������ASg-.-MAUS������A    S  *15f'*M   kJLfLKS.  om&������  Will Combine Exhibits  Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Al  berta will combine their exhibits, at'  the World's Poultry Congress to be  held, in London, England, next July.  The exhibit will occupy a frontage of  36 feet and will be the largest of  the provincial exhibits.  What mauy people call indigestion  vesry often means excess acid in tho  Btomach. The stomach nerves have  been over-stimulated, and food sours.  The corrective Is an alkali, which neutralizes acids instantly. And the heat  alkali known to medical science Is.  Phillips' Milk of Magnesia, it has remained tho standard with physicians  in the 50> years since its invention..  Ono   ���������poonJui   of   this   harmless,  tasteless ailcali in water wail neu.xftl-  ize instantly znany times as muca.  acid, and the symptoms disappear at  once. You wilt never tise crude methods when onca you learn the efficiency  of this. Go get a small bottle to try.  Bo sure to get the genuine PhSUlps*  Milk of Magnesia prescribed by physicians for 50 years in correcting- excess acids. Each bottle contains full  directions���������any drugstore..  2_.tiiiimtiiii:funiHii3U!imHirmi]imim^^  =  As a vormirmje an efCectlvc preparation i.s Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator, nnd It can he given to  the moist del'cato child without fear  of Injury to the constitution.  Many I'm^h For Spruce  The wood of all Canadian wptucos  is taHtelesa and odourless, making It  valuable for foixl containers. It \b  also 5n great Oomand for musical instruments, principally for organ  pIpoH, piano sounding boards, violin  back;!, etc,  advertised and started taking them at  once. I continued for some little time,  and since then I have had no return  of my trouble."  Price, 50c. a box at all druggists  and dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of prlco by Tho T, Mtlburn Co.,  Limited, Toronto, Ont.  doctor: Your throat ia In a had  state. Havo you over triod gargling  with salt wator?  Sailor: Yes, I've been shipwrecked  a dozen times.  Your  Windows  Invest in WINDOLITE Windows and you will be repaid a  hundredfold in the licall h of your Poultry and Live Stock  a  3  s  S  *_  a  t*m*  mm  wm\  W--  ta  CUM  THE   ORIGINAL   GLASS   SUBSTITUTE  MADE     IN     lCNQLAND     SINCE   1017    ON    ORIGINAL    PATJQNTB  Seventy pieces of wood go Into tho  nm^lng of a violin.  Dandruff  You   norfM-ln'i   bo   bald.     I\Iln-  jirKl'H kills Dan dr tiff, checks  falling hair, stimulatos new  irrnwth and ar.ldn n healthy  gloss. Iluh Into Hcnlp with iln-  ger tips, four times a week*  lserMln.u ISahiik. Oool and refreshing.  SoothLng and protective. Tho perfect  aid to beauty. Unrivalled in its softening and boauti Tying effect on tho  skin. Imparts a fresh and fragrant  charm to tho loveliest complexion.  Banishes roughness caused by  weather conditions. Safeguards the  skin-and keeps it smooth, soft and  flawlcsH, Uao it for the hands and  face. Always resulta in the highest  expression of beauty.  Hi ii.ih,...^.-.      Pn,~.*Hmm*4������mm+  Income Tax CJinlleelionH  A total of 137,101 persons paid income tax during tho fiscal year ended  March 'list, 1132S1, and the mim collected was .f5KM-22,a_a,2r>, the largest  amount yet, gathered in by tho Federal author I tloa. In 1020 the.ro wero  210,277 .taxpayer*! who paid In $65,-  571,001,57,  This unbreakable glass substitute 3s  light and flexible, easy to cut and fit,  will withatanci extreme changes in tem-  neratvire^   Icceps   out   cold   and  wet,   but  CUT DOWN  YOUR IwOSSI_9  BY INSTAI-.-INQ  WINDOLITE  Ntrmi|jfl1ionln������e lUit^r Iloxen  Hoc out to������tn on biittot' boxen at tho  Forojjt Prodifntn Laliornl^rleH, De-  purtnient of the Intolior, whowed that  ono wiro applied around tho centra ot  the l>cvx doul>|oH Itw Htreni;lh.  allows the lull ounBight to enter, Sn-  eluding the health-giving Ultra- Violet  Kayn, which do not penetrate ordinary  glass.  USM  WINDOLITE  IN  EHOODJD1B  HOUSISEt  IAYING PENS  DAIRY DARNS'  BUNKOOMB  ���������,. ���������. iB-Ta  w,   vi.   u.   m_������  HC!lw.i4.r4%ii WBM WUga Taal T^M-iadsa  Canadian breederB of poultry and livestock arc finding Windolite -a. niont satisfactory ������  and profitable investment.   Young chiclccno and turkeyBii arc entirely tree from leg weak- S  neso and diaease and will thrive in confinement under windolite.   Windolite cornea in rolln i  any length, but 36 tnchea wide only. |  s  _Htt_f     __A_L       l_^_1ft_>MI .^_M     a_Mi                                   _.                                                 MM Mi j te__,H_i_f            ..           ___v      _4 __d_t_Ui,         M1M^^|ga  ilMka^^_                                ^JM_                                    j_W<B_l    mtH*.                                            tl_M         _V_IM_1i ^MMI^i. Ml  DiBtributots; JOHN  A.  CHANTLER & CO.t LTD.  51 WdUngtoii St. W;        -.        -         -        -���������      TOKOOTO, ONT. | ^TL^'-'^SSE*Vim7.-  CBESTOI>r,   B.   G  -Thefinest tea you can buy-r-Rect Rose (grange Pekoe.  Made from juicy, flavor filled leaves���������three days iri  feud-   Every package ^ y������  ^ ,4'Good wprkl" he said- ";& widov/  ���������VKoman" and six Wds ought. to he a  bargain at a dollar l"  PTER IX.  CKAi-^ii-*'  **���������-_. -i_������.'_^.,-ji'-;x_-*.'_j*  sS__s_tiUi9 _fiwpB^09BBL ���������r*_  BED ROSE ORANGE PEKOE is extra nood  Intkebe$tpmkage-~Clean9 bright aluminum  31������Ml������ltEillIIIIIHllIlllllilliIllH.llliEI9ilUi  -"**9 -_-'  551JL* V J������J4     1  RIBBCMSfS I  ���������- BY ���������  , :C__RISTIN__ WI_ITING ���������  >-.Y-    P--RMEOTEB;  ������ Copyright 1929 =  ilH]!MIiie.IiHIit!.!H1B8IIBHllllBEIiitlltli  CHAPTER. VHI.-���������Continwed  ���������She girl laughed, handed him "Cabot's Diagnosis," and. wiped the top  "Wasn't he?���������though. I had hard  work persuading Grandma that I  wasn't insane 4o refuse hia offer, if  you'll get the brass polish in the  kitchen closet, I'll allow you the  pleasure of shining those andirons  __ yourself I These windows need hahg-  g I tags, Doctor. You don't' want the  filthy public looking in while you  stick spoons down your patients'  throat, do you? There's some nice  old Java cotton in the -attic that  would he splendid���������dark red, and  very -Signified! I'll get it for'you to  see.'  "But I should pay for the fumish-  of her greatgrandfather's desk with j ings  myself," he objected.   "I'm   in  the dust cloth, as she replied: "I was ] luck not to be obliged to buy a desk  ���������merely considering the fact that At  may have caused Jim. Bennett to use  his own brains���������instead of his mother's^. Y,   J.; ;..-;'     ������������������...'���������.-..������������������;  The doctor pondered for a tnoment  While Ch^yinian watched. Y_l_a, _t  smile hovering on herlips.  or-���������"  "Nonsense," said Charmian, who  was already at the door. 'It's enough  to ask you to buy a rug. I couldn't,  to .save my soul, - scare .up monev  enough for the right sort. You can  get to work on the andirons while I  "I begin tor see light in the darkness," he said at last. "Your friend  Bennett, I gather, possesses a. forceful maternal relative who prefers,  let us says the mail-order variety of  goods, to the honest home-made product. She must be mentally, unbalanced."  Charmian's smile widened, but she  flushed also, a fact that did not escape the watchful eye of her companion.  "You are. too clever    for    an   -unsophisticated country maid," she said.  "You   mean,     'provincial,'     don't  you?" he retorted; grinning.  She laughed.     .-Y"'  "'"  Y "  "I had almost forgotten that terrible appellation. Poor Grandma! How  it did trouble her. There r this place  would look just right  if we had  a  rug-before your desk, and a couple  of old brass candlesticks on the mantel. And we    must    shine    up    the  andirons. An   antique   dealer -'from  Eastboro - wanted  to buy them, and  Grandma-would have consented if I  hadn't arrived in the nick of time.  She argued .that they. weren't doing  us any good out here, and that the  : ten dollars the man' offered-���������"  "Ten dollars!:" broke in the doctor. "He was a shark!"  skip upstairs."  But the andinons were destined to  remain unpolished a while longer. As  they stepped inside, Grandma^ voice  sounded from the shop.  "Come here, both of you." Her  eyes were bright, .with interest a.  they obeyed. 'Tve been pounding for  ten minutes trying to make you hear.  There's something you've got to do.  ���������Charmlan, and no time to lose. Whoever do you think has been here asking for a .string o* beads? No use  trying to guess for you couldn't, not  if you tried till Gabriel blows his  trumpet. It was Deacon Purdie!  Don't that beat .the E>utch?"  "But���������hut what on earth does  Deacon Purdie want of & string of  beads?'' gasped. Charmian.  "Possibly," suggested the. doctor,  "it's a new fashion*for deacons,- like  a Masonic emblem, you understand."  Grandma's lipa twitched, while  Charmia-fij at a vision of _>eacon Purdie with pale blue beads ornamenting  his frock coat as he passed the contribution box, ventured a giggle-  "Don't you see," asserted the old  lady,, suddenly serious, "that he's  making up to Luella Moore, that  widow woman with,, the six children,  just like Jim Bennett told me? It's  she he wants those beads for, you  can mark my words. They're cheap,  and taking. I told him we were expecting some this morning. He's  coming for them at two o'clock."  Charmian sank into a chair.  "What possessed you to tell such  an awful fib?"  "It's not a ilb. To be sure, 1  wasn't expecting 'em till he suggested it; but I am now. I wanted to see  how he'd act when ho bought 'em."  "But we haven't any 'beads;  and  :l'::;V^en".'/:r;pDea.co_i':'V' Purdie arrived  promptly atv'^oftfclock that after^  nron^^djf^^ Davis seat^.  ed /placldiy ;i_r-her-', chair- by the 'win--  dowy he little guessed that- there were  two eavesdroppers in the neist room.  If Grandma herself was suspicious of  the fact, she ignored it, and greeted  the deacon with a guileless and deceiving smile. Though a shrewd business man as a rule, he didn't suspect  that at this juncture of his fifth  venture into matrimony, he had met  his equal in a deal.  "Have you got ,'em?" he questioned anxiously, as he stood hesitating  urthe doorway.",:.,..     .  "The beads,?^'V asked Grandma innocently. .."Sit down, Edgar, and rest  yourself a minute. You look as hot  as tophet. You've got some new  shoes, haven't you? I heard the  squeak when you came up the steps.  I guess you bought 'em at Karl and  Hovey*s. My husband used to say  that Eiias Sari bought squeaky shoes  to sort of advertise his business.  When he'd go tip and down the aisle  on Sundays passing the contribution,  box, folks would! hear the squeak and  be reminded of what he had to sell.  And you're wearing a new tie, too.  Aren't you getting a little old for a  red necktie, Edgar?"  The deacon cleared Ms throat,  While one large, hairy hand sought  {he latest extravagance that adorned his neck.  "I like a bright tie, Grandma.  Nothin' like dressin' sort o* snappy  on���������^h occasions. Now   those   beads  ted, the. deacon grudgingly, ."though  such a waste of ibpney seems almost  sinful, and hot one cent higher will I  go."  '": -;- ;;-;������������������.-:'_-.- ���������������������������������������������._���������  Grandma reached for the heads  and began arrarigihg them rarefully  on "'their" sat^ ;:;^>;fVY" ;'yj  ?;.. ;<fWell; 'Tm^n^,\l^d&ST"^ 'Her .tone;  'y^^'l'defi^^eiy'Yi^al.^ ^;"ButYi ycaii  wouldn't���������waat.-me'to lose money'oh.  the .traiKactiGSi^'-wGuld: you ?���������"-��������� Y/  "What did they cost" you, Grandma?" queried the deacon warily, and  sat #wa again. ;-'T~-I;-_dght cs. a  pinch give a dollar and a quarter."  Grandma sniffed.  (To Be Continued.)  "jx is a good thing to give thanks  unto the Lord, ��������� and to sing praises  unto Thy name, 6 Most High."~  Psadm 92. i.  Seven whole days, not one in seven,  I ��������� will, praise Thee;  In any heart, though not in heaves,  I can raise Thee.  Small it is. In'.this pdor sort  . Tb enrollThee; *  E'en eternity is too short  To Extol Thee.  ���������George Herbert.  I think we are not as thankful ^a-s  we ought to be; w^are lacking in the  spirit of praise. We are far too much,  given to complaints and waitings,  and I do not think these can please  our Holy Father. If you are seeking  to help another -here, are heaping  benefits on any one, it is.not cheering  to listen-to a ceaseless tissue of  lamentations. God expects His blessings to be acknowledged, both temporal and spiritual.    v '  ���������Archer Thompson Gurney.  Aisstaess scores everywhere.  " Vr������?gt-:y*������ rar<ta*c$. pep audi d_>  etgy and! keeps you alert.  A 5/ package may save yona  gross going to sleep a. the wheel  of your car.  Mokes |������_f������  MH#f-_%_-  ftllGi  _>������  "I was very weak after nn op*  oration. My nerves were so bad  I .would flit down and cry and  my husband would not go out  and leave mc alone. Now my  nerves are much better, thanks  to a booklet that wa& left  under the ebon Lydla E. Pink-  ham's Vegetable Compound  surely put me on my feet. I  have taken eight bottles., My  frienda tell me I look fine. My  sister has taken this rnccNdnc  tob,>*->-~Jvrrs. Annie Walton* 67  Stanley, St,, Kingston, Ontario.  ityv1 -WM  ^l)]^fion!||oiitrtl|  .W'>������frrfcywrti^T^rPW^^''tf'''ltl'"l,T*r^  W.   NV   XT.Y1888.  "Yes, we have," put in Grandma,  almost irritably. Vlt came over mo  while he was talking���������that string oP  beads Jim Bennett bought for you tit  tho flve-and-ten cent atoro In Portland, when you were-going: to ho a  fortune toiler at the church fair.  They're somewhere 'round, and  you've got to find 'om before two  o'clock. It's my opinion that the deacon la gouig to ask Luella this of tor-  noon, and hp'd, hotter have tho boaclR  along. They might \volg.h In the balance ' when n man goes courting hi������  Mill wife,"  4'Hts ilfth!'* shouted John. Carter,  "And a church deacon ?������������������  Grandma chuckled,  "Yoti fLnd ihom heads, Charmlan,"  sho commanded, "and don't waste  tJmcv, They may need to too, strung  over; and if you could ocaro up a  sort of Jewo^ry box to put 'em In, I  Unlnk likely Ifldgar would he more  Impressed, And boo here," who added  as the girl nrqso,'"don't you darQ'.iaf  on they ciimo from tho uva^and-ton,  I'm Rvojng to make him pay a dollar  j for them,''   ' '  '-  "Grandmar' cried Oharmlnn, in a  uhoehoti voice; but thw doctor  laughed,-  ; "And yet," "broke in Grandma  heartlessly, "with poor Sarah only  six months in the grave "  She sighed, and her caller, fidgeting a moment, replied sanctimoniously: "Do you consider it's Christian to  mourn when our loved ones have  gone to a brighter shore? Man was  not meant to live alone, Grandma, or  ���������or���������well, about those beads." (Ke  glanced uneasily at his big silver  watch.) "I got a long ride before me,  and���������"  "Dear me!" smiled the old lady, "I  was -forgetting what you came for.  Edga-r. I hope you won't be disap-  pointedj but only one strand came,  though they're real pretty. Perhaps  it'll be easier for Y you not to be  obliged to make a choice. There!"  Grandma lifted .a " satin-lined . box  from the broad window sill and held  a!������ft? before the deacon's dazzled vision, a strand of yellow beads. "Aren't  they handsome?"  Deacon Purdie hitched bis chair a  trifle nearer, and reached for,-the  bauble���������removed his long-distance  spectacles, and scrutinized the proposed purchase minutely.    -  "Do they come high?" he questioned after a serious moment.  "That depends on what you expect  to do with 'era," replied the old lady  briskly, "If you were going to  donate 'em to a church fair, say, why  you .might hesitate; but if they're a  gift to a lady friend, or "some dear,  loved relatives, Edgar, why that's a  differ ont matter. They're worth two  dollars."  "Two dollars!" he exploded, in genuine consternation. "Did you say  two dollars, Grandma Davis, or havo  my ears deceived me?"  "Your hearing is all right, Edgar,  and you can bo thankful for it, t.oo,  a ma.n of your ago, Boads aro stylish  these days, and the price maybe a  little bit inflated." ("Inflated!" murmured ono of the - eavesdroppers in  the next room.   "Gosh!") "And if���������"  The deacon arose dazedly, reaching  far his hat.  "It's too much to ojepect of a man,  Grandma," he s-atcl regretfully. "I had  no Idea thoy come so high. Maybe  I could uao BoracthUV I got at home,  or~"  "If It's for a present. Rdgar,"  broke in Grandma soberly, "T  wouldn't risk any j3econd;-hnnd Junk  from 'round the House.: >Now'you look  hero, mnybo we'll come ta torms.'^  "I'd give a dollar for 'cm," admit-  WARNING  TO MOTHER  Watch the Health Of Your Little  Ones At All Times  No mother can expect that her  child will escape all the ills to  which babyhood and childhood are  subject, but she can da much to  lessen the severity of these troubles. Tbe mother should be constantly on her guard to prevent  childhood ailments, or if they come  on suddenly as they usually do, to  have the means at" hand to relieve  them. Thousands of mothers have  found; Baby's Own Tablets the  ideal remedy for little ones���������thousands^ of. mothers always keep the-  Tablets in the house as a safeguard against the sudden illness of  their little ones.  Baby's Own Tablets are a mild  but- thorough laxatiyei They regulate the bowels j sweeten the stomach and thus banish constipation  and indigestion; break up colds  and simple fever and make the cutting of teeth easy. The Tablets  are absolutely guaranteed, free  from injurious drugs and may be  given to the youngest child with  perfect safety. They are sold by  medicine. dealers or bv mail at 25c  a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Baby Came  I Was Weak, Skinny,  Gained 22 lbs."  "After baby was born I was very  weak, skinny. Since taking Ironized  yeast feel fine. Gained 22 lbs."���������Mrs.  Laura Benoit.  Thousands write new Ironized  Yeast adds 5 to 15 ibs. in 3 weeks.  TJgly hollows fill out. Bony limbs get  graceful roundness. Muddy skin get-  clear and rosy like niagic. Nervous-  hess, indigestion, constipation vanish  overnight. Sound sleep, new pep from  very first day.  Two great tonics In one���������special  weight-building , Malt Yeast - and  strengthening Iron. Pleasant little  tablets. Far stronger than unmedE-  cated yeast. Results in half time. No  yeasty taste, no gas.  So quit being skinny," tired, unattractive. Get Ironized Yeast fro:n  druggist today. Feel great tomorrow.  Money back from manufacturer if  not delighted with quick results.  A Japanese Discovery  Doctor   Says   Long   Eyelashes   Are  Sign Of Weak Vitality  Xjong eyelashes are considered to  add to the charm of a face. But  they, are, according to a Japanese  physician, a sign of weak vitality.  This doctor says that consumptlvo  children have lashes twice as long as  those of healthy little, <mes. While, a  normal baby's eyelashes grow about  an eighth of an inch during its first  year, tiny sufferers from infantile  diseases have at the end of twelve  months lashes twice as long. These  discoveries were made in a. hospital  attached to one of the Imperial Universities.  oi!ixl_xtra���������toE  A Federal Responsibility  Argument In Favor Of Federal Aid  ITor Transcontinental  Highways  The prime minister is partly���������and.  Westerners believe, only partly���������-  right when he tells the House that  rood building is a provincial responsibility. It could be proved by that  bulwark of the Canadian constitution, the British North America Act,  that road building is an afCalr for tha  provinces, just as the prime minister  say3. But the draftsmen of the act  no more anticipated the coming of  the automobile, than thoy anticipated, say, tho entry of women into  politics and parliament. Yet, whilo  the murkei touda aiid the'byways of  travel aro provincial responsibilities,  surely, if, the transcontinental railways are the concern of the Dominion of Canada, why not transcontl-  nontal highways, in those days of  universal auto travel? ��������� Calgary  Albertan.  easiest to use I  Dresses, drapes, or lingerie look  tww when they're re-dyed with  Diamond Dyes. No spotting or  streaking; never a trace of that  re-dyed look. Just rich, even,  bright colors that hold, amazingly  through wear and washing.  Diamond Dyes are the highest  quality dyes you can buy heomvno  they're no rich in pure utalinen.  That's what makes them so easy to  use. That's what they've been  famous for 50 years. 15 cent  packages���������all drug stores.  Highest Gtualtiy for SOY<mm  Miller's   Worm   Powder������   destroy  worms without any inconvenience to  tho child, and so bfllcctually that they  pass from. - the body . imporcoived.  They thoroughly cleanse the stomach  and bowels arid leave them In a condition not fav.orablo to worms, and  there, will bo no revival of tho peats.  Polite To Foreigner?!  A movomont has been initiated at  -Dresden, Germany, to havo the nchool  children of SaKony taught to be ;os-',  peclally polite and helpful to nil for-  olgnaro. Hotel bwnoro and others interested in- tho tour I at traffic are behind tho movement.  *  CHAR I  ES\  */"���������  J MhiiM'd'H. 1m Beut for Orlppo.  , ^^^^^  m{   ^m> ,^*(    rw> ^^^^.^^1 J&.l.���������^mswniK  |i-..-t^flu^^.-^-:^--* Y,>,,������*|>A*'|l-l'. ^-|..-H.jl.-. ilrfl    , y>f^f.,-P. .    l,(,.    ,1  .If,.!.,,!.  mmtmtiy  '^\K������'<?1"P'���������S'  UNSWEETENED  wtmn nxseivs nctoic  Write Tub nono������N Co.. LiMtir������nk,lDepft, H UL TWJK   UKJ-STUA   JKJ-VJLJ-W  oaio  The Ladies' Aid of Trinity United  Cliurch are holding their Easter  Bazaar in  United Church Hall  SAT.. APRIL 19  3 to S.3G p.m.  A splendid assortment of  Plain and Fancy Sewing  Home Cooking. Candy  Novelty   Stall  of   Toys  AFTERNOON TEA  EVERYBODY WELCOME!  ta the Supreme Dourt of British Columbia  Id the Matter ol the Notaries Act, and in  She Matter of the AppJicalicr. cf Cecil  Watson Alien, nf Creston, B.C.  TAKE NOTICE that the application  of the above named Cecil Watson Allen  for enrolment as a Notary Public pursuant to Section 5 of the Notaries Act will  be heard before the presiding judge of the  Supreme Court at the Court House,  Crsnbrc-ok, B.C., on Monday, the 26th  day of May, 1930, at 9.30 o'clock in the  forenoon, or so soon thereafter as the  application can be heard.  Local and Personal  Cook's Greenhouse is booking orders  for spring plants.  FOR SALE���������Buggy, in good condition,  $40.   Enquire Review Office.  FOR   RENT���������House, nicely located.  Axel Anderson, "Victoria Ave., Creston.  Chas. Moore is a business visitor at  Nelson this week, leaving on Tuesday.  "_?OR SALE���������14-inch nlough.   Oliver,  practically news$-35.   W. Greig.Wynndel.  FOR SALE���������Lloyd baby carriage,  good as new, $20. Enquire Review Office.  FOR SALE���������Two Mallard ducks and  drake. Also one-horse plow. J. Handley  Erickson.  Mrs. James of Moyie was a Creston  visitor last week, a guest of Mr. and  Mrs, O. D. Bliss.  Monday is Easter Monday and is a  legal holiday for banks, postoffire and  government offices.  FOR SALE���������10 sacks Netted Gem  potatoes, good for seed, $4 per 100 lbs.  Fred Boffey, Creston.  Charlie Holmes of Calgary, Alberta,  arrived on Tuesday on a visit with his  father, E. N. Holmes. ������  Model T. Ford cars and trucks for sale  at Premier Garage. Price no considera*  tion.   Drop in and look them over.  Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Warren returned  on Friday from a three weeks' visit with  friends at Vancouver and Rossland.  FOR SALE���������Team grey Perceerons,  : weight 2800 lbs,, and harness. No reas-  ! onable offer refused. J. Jauncy, Wynn-  ��������� d<*'  The Valley is experiencing quite an  early spring"    Outdoor daffodils were rt-  Say it with  flowers  Cook's Greenhouse. :  at  Easter���������from  Trinity  United   Church   Ladies'   Aid  have their usual Easter baazar on Saturn  COWS   FOR  SALE���������Three   or  four j ciay afternoon 19th, in the church   base-  milch cows, just freshened or to freshen j ment._ There wiil be afternoon tea with  soon, grade   Holsteins.   D.   Learmonth, ] gaje 0j piajn   aRd  Creston!  FOR SALE���������Two typwrlters, good as  new, going cheap for cash, can be seen at  Creston Growers office.   Dong Barney,  Creston.  FOR- SALE���������Jersey cow, DeLaval  cream separator, potatoes and other  vegetables. Also some feed. E. Nouguier,  Canyon.  -c���������      W--:*U   Tr___l__..~11    _*    ITtmtiarlpv  arrived last week on a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson. Victoria  Avenue.  LAND FOP SALE���������Adjoins Reclamation Farm. Will sell in blocks of 40  acres or larger at $10 per acre. Monrad  Wigen, Creston.  FOR SALE���������Black currants, Book-  skoop Giant and Black Naples, extra  stomg 2-yea? old r#iar.ts, ������2 ner dozen.  H. F. Robson, Wynndel, B.C.  Miss M. L, Wade, teaclier of Division  3 of the public school, left on Wednesday  to spend the Easter vacation with friends  at Fairmont, in the Windermere district.  ���������'40"~1 ounce, 35c;  $1 25;    1  lb., $2.25;  AND  TAKE NOTICE that any per- j ported in bloom in local gardens on  Sat-  son intending to oppose such application  must fyle his objection byway of petition  with the District Registrar of the Court  at Cranbrook, B.C., on or before the 15th  day of May.  Dated at Cranbrook, this 14th day of  April, 1930.  A. A ROBERTSON,  urday.  FOR SALE���������Few ton? Netted Gems  and Gold Coin potatoes, $4 per 100 lbs.  delivered in town. Reed & 'Mather,  Creston.  Order your tomato,  celery and flower  District Registrar.! plants at Cook's Greenhouse.  SCVfl  www -���������  i - iVif   ������ >iy   stMV   w-  ���������^���������WWW  --'���������->*-'"v-',<r--'-"'-v->  uuio i  WHEAT 99%, OATS 96%  Germination by Test.  lq se:ehs  Glovers    and   Alfalfas  Corn, Carrots, Mangolds, Sugar  Beets,   Feed   Corn,   Feed   Peas.  LA WN    GRASS     SEED  AH Fresh Sfoefc  reston Valley Go-Operative Assn.  CRESTON Two Stores ERICKSON  ^-^���������.-_>._������._.._ .���������..���������,.,_,._>��������� ���������.. ��������� ������������������>._.. A. _..���������.-_,-������������������-���������..-������������������-_.. j-.���������.-������������������-���������.-���������.-_.-���������.1 _._���������| ..(���������-_.._���������-_.-_������������������ ������������������_J_._.   ._  Phone Your Orders  and we will DELIVER them  THE   SAME  AFTERNOON  Fresh and Smoked Fish  Brookfield Pork Sausage  Swifts Premium Hams and Bacon  CHOICE  BABY  BEEF  PORK  and LAMB  H.     A   m. ^*sJr JL   wi Mmm������        mmm) \J  LIVESTOCK. BOUG1 IT  BLACK LEAF  4 oz., 85c;    8 oz  2 lb., $4; 5 lb., $8; 10 lb., $13.50. These  are cash prices. Creston Drug & Book  Store.  LEGHORNS AND RED  CHICKS���������  Everyone a money maker. __ "Write for  illustrated catalogue which gives official  production averages. Don Bradley,  Creston.  Christ Church Ladies' Guild had fairly  generous patronage at their tea and sale  of cooking at Christ Church rectory on  Ssturday after noon, the cash intake amounting to $30.  The annual meeting of Creston Valley  Stockbreeders' Association is to ake  place on Tuesday, 22nd, at 2.30 p.m., at  the Creston Hotel. Chas. Sutcliffe is the  retiring president.  Miss Helen Lacey; who arrived a couple  of weeks ago from Lethbridge, Alberta,  on a visit with her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. T. Lacey, has joined the sales staff  at Creston bakery.  Mrs. P. J. Downey, who has been a  hospital patient at Cranbrook past six  weeks, where she underwent a serious  appendicitis operation, arrived home at  the first of the week.  Excavation was commenced this week  on the basement of a fully modern and  commodious residence Geo. H. Kelly is  erecting at the north 'end of town, just  beyond the R. Stevens home.  The Valley got the first of its April  showers on Sunday night, accompanied  by thunder and lightning for a short  time. This is about the earliest ever for  an electric storm according to oldtimers.  Creston tennis club has definitely decided to utilize an area in the southeast  corner of the fair grounds for their tennis  courts, and work at putting them in  shape is expected to commence this  week.  Fred Ryckman, Indian constable at  Cranbrook, paid Creston an official visit  on Monday. He reports E H. Small,  Indian agent, who is a hospital patient in  Cranbrook, as malting a slow but sure  recovery.  Creston bakery has just completed the  installation in the most modem of Frig-  idaire plants. This makes the third installation of this sort in to-yjm, Burns &  Company and Creston Meat Market being similarly equipped.  fancy  sewing, home  cooking, candy and novelties.  Saturday's Calgary Heaald carries the  annoutcement of the organization of  York Motors, Limited, in that city, with  Ron. Lidgate, formerly of Creston, named manager of the big new firm. They  are the DeSoto dealers in that city.  _ Chas. Peek, manager of Creston Meat  Market, is a patient in Cranbrook hospital at present, to which institution he  was taken on Thursday last, suffering  from pneumonia. In his absence H.  Walkely of Cranbrook is in charge of the  shop.  Creston schools close for the Easter  vacation this (Thursday) afternoon, with  operations due to resume on April 28th.  Thw? will be one new member on the  staff when school resumes, Miss Holmes,  teacher in Dlvis-on 4, having tendered her  resignation.  Miss Edna Holmes, one of Creston's  spring bride's-eleet, has been guest at a  couple of functions in her honor during  the past week. On Thursday night last  it was a cup and saucer shower tendered  her by girl friends of the teaching profession at the home of Mrs.  W. H. Craw  ford, and on Tuesday night she was honor  guest at a miscellaneous shower at the  home of Mrs. Maxwell.,, At both functions the popularity Miss Holmes justly  enjoys was strikingly evidenced in the  many and varied useful gifts with whi< h  she was remembered.  ������������������-������������������11���������--������������������ ������������������-������������������- ���������������������������_.- _.._..  . n������*���������-------���������-������������������-_-  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  it Can't  one  You can not get a  better car for the  same price, or one as  good for more money.  The New ���������������  Stockbreeders' Association Annual Meeting  is here for your in"  spaction.       Call and  ask for a demonstration.  4  *  *  Notice is hereby given that the annaal  meeting of Creston Valley Stockbreeders.'  Association will be held at the Creston  Hotel, Creston. B.C., on TUESDAY.  APRIL 22nd. 1930, at 2.30 p.m. Business: General and election of directors.  W. H. Browne of Nelson, assistant grazing commissioner, will be present. GEO.  NICKEL, Secretary.  I  Greston Motors  Main Si. eei Barton Ap&.  ���������*fr_-"w-������'- ��������� W4tmr\  1  . -~a#8Mis: ^-ivmssy ysm&my.  Fiilf*. ������U������I_ _  Lll O  0!_ULO  Now is the time to place  your orders for  ������������ Olc  Our stock of Men's Shoes is complete.  We handle the best shoemakers8 shoes.  Palmer's at 7.00, 7.50, $8-00  Sterling at 4.50, 625, $7.75  Mayer's Panco Soles  5.50, $5.75  In FINE DRESS SHOES we have  Murray's Oxfords,  Bals and  Bluchers at 7.25, 7.50, $8.00  CRESTON MERCANTILE  COMPANY,   LTD.  reston Meat  Mr .(Easter  ON HANft,  ^S_*K^!!3ttS0![^^  J4\,m+k , ^������i<4 w_kn Aiw-il *-tiaiA-i4kk������0% mAtmim*mm%m*ikmm% m tmtnA+dkmmbmmlkM _fc������Ai^������tA_������Ai Aji-fcaAMAfc-i-wiAaA  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &l> Veal  Phone your order and receive our best service.  TRY OUU  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand JrIAJ&*������ BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURMFISH^  BURNS' IDEAL POUL TR Y FOOD  OH AS. rKlMv, Manner  ���������:<c������"'i>m'ttim*mmr*tm**m'  Cook's Greenhouses  ***������( M������rr"' (**rv������ hii^-r* 4rr#"- ****���������*'* Mfrv* H twr* ^HT< **}+rr* HW  fWRSTON  BURNS&COMPANY.Ltd.  ���������^_l,^......)^-llp-ry.-^.^^ff^.r^1|t^^||     m qMnm'V'iyiiiim-TmMim'wxwM-kmivim) $^ammrt\i0rt-^���������^rfT'iiy"^"!!"!!! 0 |' '"y-"||f'���������' y -~ig������������������1^_-i^1-^-..|l ,

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