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 9mm  Y'.'rY  Prov  id^*W4e*Si****������m ^m^^^^j^S^^ii^'^^^^^i  /  ���������*?:  o  u  Vol. XXII  CRESTON, B.C.. FRIDAY,  JANUARY 23,  1931  No.  44  January Council  Meet fhmtfM  Have Two Applications for Permission Freet Service Stalldns  ��������� .im lay . jn. m_pii������u /uc.  i_/sy  on Ail Patients from Village.  The January meeting of the village  council was uneventful. Reeve Jackson  presided, and Councillors Edmondson  and Henderson were In attendance and  if there -was an ���������- outstanding feature  it came to the fore in the correspondence, which included two applications to  install and operate service stations at  pretty much the same  location..  These were from Frank and Joe  Romano who wish to start up in that  line on Canyon Street at a site on the  Talerico estate about opposite the  tourist eaisp. The other applicant was  - I_.B. Schinnour who would like to. do  business also on Canyon street at a  location just west of the proposed new  hotel. The council gave its approval  provided the provincial and. village regulations in this connection are lived  '.. _ .-_.;_.  ���������__.. _���������____".,_-  a few days earlier in the month.   They  report considerable suow in that locality,  aaaav o������ loi  iTafrfeHiig una ue������i Omy _o.ii..  Col. Fred Lister was a business visitor  at Nelson the fore part of the week.  -The bachelors are to do the .honors at  the Community Society social fixture on  Saturday night, which is to be a  _6______eneing at 8.3������ prompt.  Lister was weii supplied with church  services on Sunday. At 2.30 p.m., Rev.  R. E. Cribb took the usual United  Church worship; and at 3.30 Rev. CY  Basse, accompanied by Rev. Carl  Janzow of Nelson, held Lutheran service  at the schoolhouse.  . Commencing Monday a new crew went  to work on the road between the boundary and tbe Hurry corner. Married  men are getting two weeks and single  men one week's . employment under  present arrangements.  The German residents, who have been  working on the road contract at Twin  Bay. and who finished the job about  January 12th, were paid off at the first  of the week.  R. Wfflcox of Salmon Arm, R.O.P.  inspector for the federal government,  was here on Friday on his usual inspect-  ion'of ' the R.O.P. flock at the Fred  Powers m *--_*__  Tfrird High School  Teacher Needed  Attendance Necessitates Hiring  Auother Instructor at Midsummer���������May Aiso Need a'Sev-  __*_  AnT1���������      ���������   ���������__a_a _������_s_������.    lM'*alr_B'a_a  "flra       .    ������.  aa    a.i;_.(a_-<  School.  MClll%iLL.  Creston  Power   &   Light   Company.  Limited,   will   be  consulted  before   a  decision will be given in connection  with!  a request for a   street   light   to   be  in- i  stalled at the corner off Fifth Street and  Cemetery Road.   Just at present  there  is no  pole  line   erected  to. ,.-'-*��������� ������   such  service.   The   council    agreed "*" to   pay  Creston public hospital 70 cents per day  per   patient   coming  from  within   the  village area which   will  necessitate - an  expenditnre of about $60 up to the end  of October, and this consideration will  apply for all .1930.V ������������������'^���������^���������������������������.rJ^^^y*.^.-:*^  On   motion   of "Edmondson.���������Jackson  the   clerk  was   instructed   to  write   a  letter    to   the    lieuterant-governor-in-  coxmeil (whith is the provincial  cabinet)  entering a vigorous  protest against   the  giving  of  a   license to   develop   Goat  River    canyon     power   to   the. South  Kootenay Water Power Company.  ������ The clerk was instructed   to  notify  the    provincial   fire   marshall   that   in  accordance with his request Sam  Steenstrup has been named temporary assistant fire marshall for Creston village and  he is endeavoring to form a fire brigade.  January accounts passed for payment  totalled  $2������7,"  of  which   amount $238  was paid for   work   on  village   streets.  Favorable consideration was given the  application    from    B.     Morabito    for  permission to make some needed repairs  to the steps leading up to the kitchen at  the King George Hotel.  Property owners have just been  advised as to' the amount of rates to be  paid this year in connection with the  domestic water system completed about  a year ago. A- rate of $4 a month is  charged for domestic water, and a fiat  rate of $1.35 per acre. On a 20-acre.  place this works out at $6.25 per month.  In connection with the school taxes,  notices of which also came to hand last'  week, . the  property   owners   have   experienced something of a surprise.   Due  VS*7^t_'  Lister  Harffy1 and   Tom   Yerbury,   who   are  trapping at Summit Lake, were home for  Masquerade  money asked for sen op! purp^  expected taxes would b*e lower, but the  1931 demand is almoat one mill in  excess of 1930,  After disposing; of the business  features, -at the January meeting of  Creston school hoard, which was in  charge of chairman, Mrs. Henderson,  and trustees Geo. Nickel and Jas. Cook  in attendance, Principal Levirs of the  high school in a very businesslike address  outlined the more important features: of  the three and four year courses for high  schools, and at the conclusion of his  address the trustees'were agreed that the  four year course was the one best adapted to Creston. " .  In connection with the high school the  enrollment now stands at 60 students  and .will necessitate securing a third  teacher for the term commencing  September. 1931. Secretary Nickel was  instructed to write the department of  education to find out exactly what  portion of the cost of building an  furnishing a.three-room high school the  department is willing to pay. This in-'  formation will "be passed on to the other  school districts in the Valley in an effort  to secure united action in building a  consolidated high school at Creston,  something the community needs.  In connection with the pnblic school  the enrollment continues io increase and  is now about 214. If the increase is  maintained until midsummer it is just  possible there will be occasion to  establish a seventh room in the public  i_ch'be>l. :���������     ��������� -y,^;%kM���������;... Y-Y~'~--...  Accounts passed for payment totalled  $634  Mr. and Mfs. R. Stevens were hostesses at a delightful bridge pn Saturday  night, at which three tables were in play,  and the prize scores made by Mrs. A. W*.  Sin clair and "A. R Bernard. A tempting  lunch was served to close a most enjoyable evening just prior to midnight.  Wymvetiet  Mrs. R. Price, who has been on a  visit at Rossland, re;urned home last  week.  Geo. Leach of Spokane was a visitor  with Mr and Mrs. Glasier during tho  past week.  The hockey match on Sunday afternoon was the best of the season. The  Cr������?si on-Wynndel sextette scored a 1-1  draw against the fast travelling team  f cm Yahk.  Death Summons  J.'C. Ryker  Opened Rykert's Customs Office  1882 and Resident There Ever  Since���������With Mounted Police  Southern Alberta 1874-78.  Under EhentiMpiees of tho  Junior   Auxiliiiry   Christ.  Cirrircsli, in tho  Pa.rB.sih Hall  Friday, Jan. 30  Dane.!..,,,' at NINE p.m.  NO VZL TY. DA NCES  Good Prizes  Good Music  SpitfridiJ Supper  Admission .'.'75c*  K. Witt. an, who is employed at the  Mrlnn.s pote camp, is home at present  wiUJ. a rather bad axe cut in tho leg.  Work has commenced on the new  bridge over Duck Creek. The crew are  putting in the cement foundation.  The K. K, Klub meeting on Wednesday evening last was one of the best yet.  A splendid turnout of members and  their c'fithusiaEm in joining in the games  and dancing made the evening very  enjoyable  Tho annual meptSng of the Women's  Auxiliary was held on Tuesday afternoon last at whieh a report of the year's  worl������ and the ....nncial statement were  pc.elved cuid adopted. The lOflJ offlrcm  lire: President, Mrs. Davidge, vice-  president, Mrs. Towson; aecrorary-  ticasnrer, MrB. Greig. A splendid  programme has l.cen outlined Tor this  year,   .        ' ,'  Tho January meeting o. Wynndel  "Women's Institute was held, tn  Wodiieeduy ai'temooi* last at the home  of Mrs. L. A, Davip, with n lair turnout  of m. mbcra " and tho president, ��������� Mm.  Pal hie, presiding. It was doeldod that  while* the cold weather lusted the regular  meetings will lio held at the homo <i  tho n'.emlxiiB and tho February mooting,  on .ho Hth, will ho at Mr1, Grady's  Tho twi hnnt'fniwn n thi*. ow.iH.on wnro  Mn, Dpttlreu.. and Mra, IBathle, and the  Inn .'ulloclU.:. will go to the cilpplitd  ch'ldron'i. work,  After an illness that has extended over  many months death, on Monday  morning, ended the long and eventful  career of John Charles Rykert, the  veteran retired enstoms officer at  Rykerts, who in addition to his pioneer  connection with the civil service*  was also with the Mounted Police in  1874, when the post at Macleod,  Alberta, was established, and ih 1875,  when Calgary was similarly favored.  Prior to that he had worked an a survey  of thc C.P.R. linn around the head of  the Great Lakes tn northern Ontario.  Deceased, who was In his 74th year,  \vas> a native of St. Catharines, Ontario,  a son of Hon. J. C. Ryltort, who at the  timFof his death, in 1917, waa- the last  surviving member of Canana's first parliament. In 1878 lie was married to  Miss Ella Wells of Niagara Falls, N.Y.,  daughter of Mark Wells, who founded the  widely-known Wells-Fargo Express Co  coming west again in 1881 when he was  a customs officer on the -boats plying  between San Francisco, Calif., and  Victoria. In 1883 he was commissioned  to establish a customs port of entry to  handle the heavy freight traffic entering  Canada for the mines in the Kootenays,  and he made his headquarters at Rykerts, v/uere u������ cor_t_r__ev_ to resiue usui  the time of his death. His wife predeceased him about twelve years ago, and  shortly after that he was superannuated  but continued to reside at the old home  with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, Mr.  Davis succeeding to the post of customs  officer.  ��������� For many years the deceased officer  handled, the territory from Cranbrook to  Waheta arid thousands .upon" thousands  of dollars were collected in gold dust  which had to be shipped out. of the  country by way of Sandpoint, Idaho.  The implicit confidence the department  had in the late Mr. Rykert's ability and  integrity, is revealed in the fact that for  seven years after the office was opened  not an inspection was ever made.  During his life many distinguished  guests enjoyed the well known Rykert  hospitality, one of these being none other  than the late President Roosevelt who  in the late 80's spent part of one summer  here, a souvenir of his stay i^ing stiii in  evidence in a caribou head which hangsP  over the Rykert fireplace, and which was  shot by the late U.S. president during  his visit.  In a sketch of the life of the late   Mr.  Rykert, in "Scarlet and  Gold," G.   A.  Yardley very aptly  says:   "One   Could  go on writing indefinitely about a. man  with such a varied history and such a  sterling character and thousands of tales,  comical, tragic and pathetic, could be  told, but the most outstanding part of  Mr. Rykert's life may..be spoken  of by  way of reference   to   Mrs.^Rykert, the  daughter of an immensely, wealthy man,  who--co������-a''have'j^^  in the world had Ihe so desired, -yet she  chose to be with Mr .Rykert pioneering  in the Kootenays and mimsteriiijf to the  Indians.    Mrs.   Rykerts  was the only  white woman in'the country for years."  The   .esteem in which  deceased was  held was in evidence at the funeral   on  Wednesday afternoon, which was attended  by representative citizens from  all  points   in   Creston   district   and from  points in Idaho as far south as. Bonners  Ferry.   The   flora! remembrances   were  many and beautiful.  Deceased was laid to rest beside his  wife in the family plot at Rykerts, at a  commanding site overlook ng the Kootenay River. The burial service was in  charge of Rev. A. Garlick, Anglican  rector at Creston, and during the service  Mrs. Frank B. Camp of Bonners Ferry  very feelingly rendered "Rock of Ages"  and "Abide with Me." The pallbearers  were oldtime friends, H. A. French of  Porthill, Col. Mallandaine, W. H.  Crawford, H. S. McCreath, S. A. Speers  and R. J.  Forbes of Creston.  From   many   points  came  telegrams  expressing regret at the   passing   or  bo  Farmers'Institute  I Meeting  ���������-.���������MMIOL  ,_. __as_aa__v_������ua.a  Vote $25 for Life Membership  in Hospital���������Re-Elect Former  Directorate ��������� Name Committee to Probe Cold Storage.  valued a friend and ciiizun one of the  mopt prized of which is that from E. S.  Busby, of Ottawa/ chief and general  inspector of customs, who referred with  feeling to 40 years ol" personal and  official friendship that has been  severed.  Among those remembering v. ith flowers  were R.N.W.M.P. Veterans' Association, Calgary, Alberta; C. P. HiU,  Victoria: W.J.Wakefield nnd D, W.  Twohy, president of Old National Bank  Spokane j Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kent, Mr.  and Mrs. H. E. Blnkeburn and Mr. nnd  Mrs. R. M. Thomas, Bonners Ferry;  and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Davis, C.  Moore, jr.; Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Johnson,  Mr. a.iiu r.Ira. Fttiulu   Pu'uk.t-ki.,   Mr.  uud  Mrs, H. S. McCreath, Mr, and Mrs. C.  O. Rodgers, Dr. Olivier, Premier Garage������  Mr. and Mra. S. A. Speers, and Mr. and  Mrs, Geo. IT. Kelly.  The annual meeting of Creston  Farmers   Institute   was held in  the town hall Wednesday afternoon last.    The attendance was  disappointing -in point of numbers, and bore out the old saying  that what "Everybody's business  was  nobody's business."    However   there was no lack of enthusiasm,   on   the part of those  present and many matters were  promptly dealt with.   The presidents address, which will be printed in full in the Review,  and the  financial   report   were   accepted.  The latter revealed that the value  of      supplies     purchased       for  members   was   around    $20,000.  This included 20 cars of feed  and  some 85 cases of powder, while  miscellaneous supplies perehased  amounted to  $1700.   The membership numbered 66, and membership of at least 100 for 1931 is  looked for.  The directors elected were, D������  Bradley, W. H. Hilton, K. E.  Paulson. Chas. Moore, E. Wick-  strom.  The question of cold storage  "wli5--_u.ly'"discuiEsed^^nds?,iti' was ^  felt that from the poultryman's  point of view that a, ��������� sfc-sTsao-e wwaa  essential. While it is possible to  get a grant of 33% from the  government it was felt that, if  passible, it would try to raise the  necessary capital locally. A  committee was appointed to  handle this problem consisting of  Messrs, Bradley, Chas. Moore  and Hilton.  The Littlejohn resolution was  endorsed and the Institute agreed  to bear one-fifth of the expense  of sending a delegate to Victoria  should it be necessary after  receiving the report of the  B.C.F.G.A. delegates to the  Kelowna convention.  A letter from the Hospital  board asking for support was  read, and the directors were instructed to purchase a life  membeialiip for the Institute.  The secretary reported that  the Egg Pool was receiving good  support and that about 25 cases  had been handled during December. Market conditions were  not good owing to the mild  weather on the prairies where the  co-operatives were consigning  eggs lu anyone who wouid take  them.  Various matters in connection  with   Institute   activities    were  discusped and the meeting closed  with a  vote   of   thanks  to  the  directors for their services.  :.u;_.'__;-'aj.!.'.fc...^;a;j,.-..v.iA.,s:c?;>  I.nt������. Jolin C.ii.rh.n Hykert  NOTICE  I havo purchased the equity  of Reginald  Watson in the  Creston Transfer. All billa  owipg to Creston Transfer  are now due rao. All claims  againflt Crouton Transfer  u us I be pavBenttcl before  February 5th, 19S1.  ALBERT DAVIES.  L*O.B.A. W^nist  Twelve tnb]������_B of playora wero on hand  on Friday night lot tho bridge and wbiat  drive put on by the jl..0,J_������.A. in aid oi  the orphanaRo fund, with high Bcore pdz������  nt bridK��������� Kolng to Mr������. Tolford and  Ralph Wilcox of Salmon Arm. Second  prizea fell to Mra. Hondorson and  Harold Benin gar, At oldatylo whitifc tho  prlsse Hcorfta wore hy Mra; D. Lortrmoth  ancl P, Rc)3������, whUo .lenond prizoa foil to  MIwh Marlon Li'iirmonLh ami IX Learmonth, A dollish If ml lunch wan itorvetl,  and all present thoroughly enjoyed thc  nvwilnff. arm. ktcwew.  ot-erto^t.  b.  a  1|Pg?@g2&g������@S  HdhvutS.!  ^j^P i5jjgfgl ������S3Sq������ Aw8&X  Yellow label Salada ���������.���������������<*��������� a Ife  Browi. letls ������1 SalSaSa 7������-������ ss =1?  *F-?������sli f _p������ms "tlie ssi^ileias-  Keep   CooL  Prize For Timoihy Seect  Bob*.    Cochrane,. Of.  Grand   Prairie  Awarded O.N._S.. Cash Prize  Irt recognition of having won the  world's championship tor I->30 in  t'mqthy seed, Robert Cochrane, of  Grand Prairie, Alta., has been awarded the special Canadian National  Railway's cash prize granted at the  Chicago ihternational hay end grain  show to the Canadian taking first  place in tha* competition.  Announcement has also been made  by R. English, of the Canadian National Agricultural Department, that  the special prize for top place in j  alfalfa seed at the same show goes  to Nick Chjelte, of Ranier, Alta., who  has been a winner in this field for  some years. Cochrane, too, has been  taking championships at Chicago for  many years, the donors of. the prize  say, but this is the first time lie lias  taken, flrat place as a grower of  timothy seed.  Doctor Lives Qa Sv&w Food  Foreign M'nlster Br;and, of France, -when recently taken to task by one  of the*Nationalist leaders who charged him with lack of firmness in dealing-  with the existing situation, answered wLt������ some show of sp"rlt: " I believe  the best service one can render his country just now is by remaining coo!."  Another state executive, Marcus Aurelius, gave practically the same  counsel in the second century of th's era when he said: "JDo not be whirled  about, but in every movement have respect to justice, and on the occasion of  every impression maintain the faculty of understanding." Or, more briefly,  keep cooL  The advice to keep cool, says a United States publication, is sound  advice to every one of us at tbe beginning- of 1931. True, but it 13 good advice  at all times. The advice will be just as sound at tne end of 19 SI as at the  beginning, and at all time intervening. The two quotations above demonstrate  th's. inasmuch as the advice tendered by an outstanding statesman of the  second century is repeated by one of our leading world statesman in the  twentieth century. The words used may be -different, but tlie meaning Ss the  same. ,������  Do not be whirled about.   Keep c-ooll.   -  When the stream of life is flowing evenly toward its destined port or  goal, following a well marked channel, witb hardly a ripple on the surface,  it is comparatively easy to keep cool. There is nothing to whirl us about,  and in the resultant tide of prosperity we pride ourselves on our strength  and boast of the stability and greatness of our country.  But it Is when, feeling thus safe from a sense of false security, whether  in our individual or national life, we reach the rapids, and rocks of disaster  loosm. up ahead, that we are incl'ned to be whirled about. Then is the time  for oool heads, stout hearts and steady hands. It is then that our strength  will be proven, and the stability and greatness of our people and our  country established.  In the realm of nature, cyclones and tornadoes result from the impact  of hot air currents with cooler currents,, the one rising, ihe other descending.  Conflict ensues. So in the realm of world economics, bus'ness depressions  follow inevitably upon periods of abounding prosperity. Just as heated air  becomes inflated, so does man in his business enterprise become puffed up.  Both ultimately must be deflated, and it is in the process of deflation that"  trouble comes.  Then is the time to keep oool. "When the sun is shining, and storm  clouds are absent from the sky, and the barometer is steady, a ship's  captain has a comparatively easy time, but when the storm breaks and the  hurricane roars, and the ship Is tossed and whirled about, it is essential that  the captain remain cool and not whirled about.  This old world is just now in a "storm centre." It is passing through it;  in .time it will emerge. But it is now that we must all keep cool; it 3s now  that it would be fatal to be whirled about. The present is not the time, to  abandon the old charts which have guided us in the past. *Now is not the  time to throw the compass overboard, and mutiny against the captain.  When we have finally emerged from the p-esent difficulty we should, of  course, take stock of our harrow'ng experience, and endeavor to devise wavs  and means to prevent or lessen the force of another such storm. But while  the storm rages, keep cool.  Keep busy: work harder than over before and work cheerfully, knowing  that thereby the present ta=>k will be made the easier to bear; keep the  faculty of understanding in full plav; take alert advantage of every opportunity. Don't be stampeded and don't be discouraged. Let every one put  his shoulder to the wheel and all push together.  To one and all. now and for every day of this year, Is presented the  admonition of the ancient Philistine leader: "Be strong, and quit yourselves  like men."  Overwork or Worry  Taxes the Health Of Thousands  Of Young Girls  In the "teen-age" years when  school or office work is exacting and  outside activities use up so much energy, many girls undermine their  health and spoil their happiness for  years t>o come_  At such a time i>r. Williams' Pink  Pills will be found most valuable.  They purify and enrich the blood;  build up the nerve cells and correct  run-down conditions. Concerning  them Miss Margaret Torrey, Ind'an  Road, Toronto, Ont., says: " When I  was attending high school I suffered  a complete breakdown. My Heart  would palpitate at the least exertion;  I could not sleep and nothing I ate  a������rreed with me. I began taking Dr.  Williams" Pink Pills and before long  I gained in weight and every distressing svmptom left me."  I>r. Williams' Pink P'lls are sold bv  med'eine dealers or by mail at 50  cents a hok from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockv'lle, Ont.  Advocates Simple ������let In Order To  SSeep In Good Health  ���������     Y .    ���������*>      .  Hard times and unemployment distress _buld be greatly lessened, *��������� according to Dr. Julian P. Thomas,:  Winn'peg food specialist, because one  bushel of wheat and. one bushel of  oats, together with a little fresh  vegetation, would keep a man well  nourished for at least a year.  In support of this startling assertion, Dr. Thomas cites an experiment  performed by himself seme forty  years ago, when he lived on nothing  hut raw wheat and water for a per'od  of ninety days.- At that time the  wheat cost $1 per bushel. When he  started the experiment, he had such  a weak stomach that he could not  eat sufficient ordinary food to keep  going, Ola the raw foods he became  so strong and healthy that he was  able to turn his excessive energy into  money.  Upon investigating the subject, he  finds that some people in all of the  older nations have lived as he is now  living, some of them attaining such  old age that modern folks do not believe the accounts, even when they  occur in the Bible. The fact is, Dr.  Thomas was first induced to pay attention tot. his diet through reading  the Book of Daniel. His first experiments were started years agt>, and  many people then laughed at his  ideas. But all of these people are  now dead, and he is still going strong,  with the firm belief that he will live  for one or two hundred years, and  that each day of his life will be happy and vigorous.  Dangerous complications can quickly: de-j  velop if coughs and colds are neglected. Ate  the first aim of trouble treat your if  horses with the old reliable  SPOHBi'S  :���������-"   COMPOUl.!.  P-' Praised by horse owners every- <   _  ������ where.Used by thousandsforove.35 ,  "years. On e&le at Drag Stores for 60a *nd 11.20 J  ,' par bottle or sh!pp������<_ direct, post-are prepaid ������  F______ SAMPLE sont on Request. Writotoday!."  SPOHN MEDICAL CO.; D*rt. 331 Gotten. In*..  Cigarette Papers j  L-������r-*e Double Booh JL ggiiitiiLti  120 Leaves r^_f_-si?_  Finest You Can Buy ** <������&&     ^Tffi  ���������  AVOID IMITATIONS   V^        ^___yj  Friday the Thirteenth  There will be two more Fridays  the thirteenth iu 1931 than in 1020.  Friday the thirteenth will fall three  times ia 1931, whereas in 1930 there  was only one Friday the thirteenth.  In 1931 there will be Fridays the  thirteenth in February, March, and  November.  Nearly 50 warehouses have been  built at the Saloniki Free Zone in  Greece.  Fisrs a Necessity  Market !For Furs Has  Not  Suffered  During Hard Times  The success of any business lies in  .he market luemand.      It might have  been expected that under existing depression fur    farming    would    suffer  heavily.  For  some   reason,   however,  this lias not h^en the ease _>or good  furs,  even at the late winter sales,  brought  fair  prices.       From  this  it  would appear that furs are more or  less  a necessity, part'cularly in the  northern countries.���������Animal   Report,'  Federal Department of Agriculture.  An Accurate Clock  t������     .   r.   i -   t-������   ������ 1  I       T.. ?  vast uo.n ni_;u in aiapua  XT t_1-l-,   1?    fl O  i egciauica xiwiu  \j.\j.  Alining  "Engineers  Discover  One   Of Canada Imports X_arfro OuantltEefi. Of  Miller's Worm Powders not only  exterminate intestinal and other  worms, but they are a remedy for  many other ailments of children.  They st^enefthen the young stomach,  against biliousness and are tonical  in their effects where the child suffers from loss of -appetite. In feverish conditions they will be found useful and they will serve to allay pain  and griping in the stomach, from  which ch'ldren so often suffer.  Designed For Timing ifoothali Matches At Highbury; England  A novel clock has been installed on  the football grounds at Highbury,  England. It is a forty-two minute  timepiece, and at half-time and time  it sounds an electrically-worked noot-  er. From one to forty-five minutes are  marked on the face" in black. From  forty-six to ninety they are in red. If  a player is injured during,the course  of a match, the operator can stop the  clock at once, for it is worked by  ordinary clo&ftwork mechanism. Thus,  this clock can be adjusted so as to  measure the exact duration of actual  play. This mammoth timepiece weighs  one and a quarter tons without its  frame and is no less than eight feet  in diameter. It has* been designed for  the sole purpose of making the timing of football matches as accurate  as possible.  _a_^S___ajgS^^^Y  "^ ,^&%&������_&������_&&&1������������^  54m-yar*������    K_i"5TC_  & its mjisym  Best EY-dence*  Natural Gas       "  Th������ consumption- of natural gas in  Canada during 1929 for domestic purposes was calculated to be sufficient  to displace 640,000 tons of coal.  Mrs. Corcoran, of Leigh, writes:���������  "I suffered with biliousness accompanied by sick headaches for days  at a time, and every medicine I  tried failed to bring relief. A friend  gave me some of your wonderful  Carter's Little Liver Pills and tha  first dose gave me great relief. For  three years I have taken them every  night as a regulator and I find they  prevent these bilious and sick headache attacks. I have five little boys  and I give them three or four every  week. I have great faith in them."  Take Carter's Little Liver Pills.  AU druggists 25 tf and 75 <. red pkgs.  ENTS  A    List   Of   "Wanted    Inventions"    ana.  Futl  Information Sent Free On. Request.  The RAMSflf C*. B������   SB#ff������a  P58������s3 Cancer, and  Other Chronic Troubles  If you are not In the best health, yon  should write to Dr. Julian P. Thomas.  Tell him about your trouble, and he will  gladly advise you. Be sure to mention  fchls paper. Address: 175 Mayfair Ave.,  Winnipeg Man.  Unprecedented Wealth  A gold  field, which is declared to  Agriculture Needs Help  Ways and means have been devised for helping all theHhidustries except agriculture. Thought should be  directed at once to a policy that will  bolater up farming. If agriculture  can be made even tolerably prosperous all other industries will derive  more benefit from the reflected prosperity than they could over hope to  enjoy from a tariff  as high  as the  Potatoes and Onions  During   the   flrst   nine   months   of  be    of    unprecedented    extent    and   1930. Canadians    ato nwo   potatoes  peace  towor on Parliament  Hill.  wealth, has been dlsoovered in For-   and onions grown In tho United States , Farmers' Advocate.  jnnsa by mining engineers represent-   tlian the people of any other foreign  ing the"   Tokio Imperial    University,   country, according to a commerce dc-  Dr.   ,H .aburo   Yokoborl. head of tho   partment report. Despite tho cotmter-  cxi.euilion,  bhI-iuhLbs   ihe  unoun.  oi   vaiiing duty of  Longer  This Way  Autumn Dooan't  Wear  Off  Alono.  Do not make tho mistake of waiting  75 cents a hundred-  3'olv asthma to wear away by itself.  gold available  to  aggregate  $2,500,-   weight instituted  In    May.    Canada W������* ^th^nJaiU^on^rd,ffXiS  000.      The deposits, ho said,  extend   took 43 par cent, of tho total export   ancl  y0ll uve jn  danger of stronger  tor approximately 150 miles and aro  crop of potatoes during that period,   and yet stronger attacks. Dr. .T. D.  ���������lluvlal    in    nature.       "I    .actually The Dominion took about 40 por cent.  Kellogg's A������thma������ Remedy taken ear-  ickod up gold dust in river beds, 1n  of the total export onion crop. - tKom^.cSXr * cSfanr'S  he ir.o������ntalns- on tlio pl*������1r>R nnd nvon       Canada paid le.qa than a million dol-  j.louro u������ awlul mattering..  n the streets of? small villages," Dr., lars for tho early potatoes and less '  okobori said. ' than $200,000 for tho onions.  ���������Va.'i'i   '_'��������� .���������������*������_*.*���������  ���������.*���������'.���������.'���������  *.'��������� ���������Va'*.N-'.*-^V.V_i__3__taaA������*3������aP""^  &y������k  <S_3*W!S������_  ���������  ������j**2.  u-  "������*  *������M  iMI-  _���������������������  ������__S3r2  ,v*f. ���������<������.'._....���������������*___������i  Wtm^^^^k^^^^^^^mmmmWi  llillilliP^*  Price 50c a box  bold   liy uil  itt'iiK  1*. Mil I ai ra Co., Ltd,,  Was Weak and Run Down  Could  Scarcely Do Housework  Mm. Kdwnrrl A. Allen, BeKnnaon, Alta.,  writ-.**!.:���������<(T would Ukn to tr������)l you of the jyront  benefit X havo reoolvod from your MHburn'a  Heart and Norvo PillH. I waa feellnjj very  muoh run dawn in health, and waa bo weak  I could ..aaraejy do my hauwowork, In fact, I  would have to To down in tho afternoon for an  hour or ho, I .saw your PHIh in tho dn.iR.  Htora and took a box homo with me, and I  war. d������I1pfhtacl with my renewed ftrongth, I  havo r���������commondod thorn to a neighbor and  fool rn.li.<_ thov will linlp hor too,'*  t-������nl ti.-ut-ful iiloiou, or ..tu.Iial din.cl. _iu li'o-euU.. of j.>i...u J.y T.i._  Toronto, Out.  What Prlco Olory  Judging from an Incident which occurred recently nt the B������li!our Technical school, Regina, that city might  still be in wastoa of snow and Ice,  for all one gentleman overseas knows  about 1t. Thc niallman delivered a (.clou ao catalogue to tho technical sohool  mailed fisom London, England, advertising uclontlflc equipment. It wao addressed uimply: "Science Master,  High School, Regfinn, North Went  Toriitorl'oH." What price glory, Saskatchewan?  " '   ,WJ/i,.1il"'.i'''i,>''.,jil".'->Wr  .  ^.���������W������������������V���������^4"J���������.������������������������������������''-  Covered  V.iL_i Pu.u-GtU  Heavy    Waxed  Paper goods that usua  stale in a clay or so stay  fresh for quite a long time.   Try  Get Para-Sani In tho handy,  Icnifc-edgcc. carton, at grocer,  druggist oi; stationer.   For less exacting  u-scs get4 'Cent re Pull" Packs in m1 ������ccl form, v.w.v. w*'.w  ���������������|���������J " I mmmmamm **mm*������f**m*w* CIMITR.D ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������_���������������������  W.    N.    XX.  HAMILTON'  ONTARIO  "l_i^'W'V-'X,__i  Western Representatives:  HUNTER-iViARTiM & CO., REGINA. SASiC  *t\.  Y THE   I.EVTEW.   CRESTON,   B.   a  /  '/  I'_._f'D J_-E>II  LLb_i/*rf_  BEARRAMP  R  ���������_MT__&������_M__,C>-   il_r__������_>_rk������k_a_-.  m\* * ������. JUaWba? . JW������SVB. ������������.%������������?  r  Montreal. ��������� Amalgamation In Yd  $50,000,000 corporation of the respec.  live commercial telegraph systems of  the Canadian Pacific Railway and the  Canadian National Railway is being  considered by the two parties. The  Canadian Press understands the proposal has also been put before the  Dominion Government at Ottawa.  This is the much larger idea behind  the statement in Ottawa of Sir Basil  Blackett, cha'rman of Imperial and  International Communications. Limited, " xhat the -Canadian Pacific and  the Canadian National shall become  partners with the IXC in forming a  Canadian overseas communication  company, wh'ch shall include the  Canadian Marconi Company."  The suggested amalgamation presents obvious advantages and no less  obvious disadvantages. Economically,  there would be tlie saving in the  present duplication from coast to  coast? in equipment and personnel, but  even snore important would be the  advantages of a strong, all-Canad'an  corporation, able to meet competition  and hold its own against all comers.  Wot neither of the two Canadian  commercial telegraph companies is  really independent, because each is  necessar.ly allied and more or less  dependent upon one or other of the  rival. United States communication  groups, the Western Union and the'  Postal, which again results in the  bulk of overseas going through foreign rather than British, channels.  This strong corporation ���������would operate at a much, lower cost and therefore at lower rates to the permanent  advantage of the Canadian publ'c. At'  , the present time, eight commercial  ������e_���������gTsp_i zones are strung across the  Canadian continent, and a message, to  pass from one to another and beyond,  means an increasingly higiier rate,  constituting a .heavy toll on the  economic life of the country. It is probable that such, an amalgamation  ���������srould permit of the cutting down of  these eight zones to only three: Eastern zone, from Cape Breton to the  Head of the Lakes; Central zone,  Head of the Lakes to Regina; Western zone, Regina to Victoria. In other  wo*ds, commercial telegraph traffic  would have to bump over only two  cost summits as from coast to coast,  instead of over seven, while the great  area of Eastern Canada would enjoy  a. flat rate.  PHYSICAL   EDUCATION  EXPERT  _"ka*_lS_._-_.     ������������_._.._..*_..__     "an...-.     _^t^���������*~ ���������������__     ar__  ?^*%MMMM<**y   awovcuues   jr uif.. <ua..auB>   __*6-  YY creased By $66,000,000 In Nine  Months Period  ���������Ottawa, Ont.��������� Ordinary re venues of  Canada decreased by, $66,000,000 approximately for tlie nine months ended., [December 31, last, as coihpared  with the corresponding period in 1S29.  During the past nijis months' period,  according to the official financial  statement issued recently, ordinary  revenues totalled $285,221,051, as  against $351,287,325.  Ordinary expenditures increased by  $15,000,000 in the per'od under review. For the nine months ended December 31 last, ordinary expenditures  amounted to $280,722,205 as contrasted with $265,14l;767 for the period of  1929.  The statement represents only the  receipts   and   pavments   which   have  passed through the books of the department  of  finance up to  the last |  day of the month.  The net debt of Canada, according  to the statement, shows an increase.  On December 31 last, the net debt  was $2,193,748 531, as'compared with  $2,159,214,730 on December 31, 1929.  British Shipyards Biisy  Built Over Third Of world Cons traction During Last.- Quarter-Year  London, England.���������Well over one-  third of'. the total shipping under  construction in the world in the  quarter-year -ending December 31,  was in British shipyards, according  to Lloyd's quarterly report. The  exact percentage was 39.1 out of  a total of 2,326,086 tons. - The only  figures not taken into account are  the comparatively small tonnages  building in Russia, which does not  supply statistics.  The number of ships being built in  Great Britain in the period was 181  with a total tonnage of 908,802. This  Iflf tf ff������T  FAREWELL ON  LEAVING CANADA  Ottawa; Ont.���������Ottawa said "goodbye and good luck" to Their Excellences Viscount and Viscountess Willingdon. In the brightness of a sparkling sharp Canada winter day, protoai-  nent representatives of the political,  diplomatic, business and soc'al worlds  of the Dominion gathered to bid farewell to the Governor-General and h'.s  wife, who, for "more than four years,  was a decrease of 207,844 tons from |iiave lived among the Canadian pao  the   previous   quarter,    and   651.352  tons less than in the same period of  Of the foreign tonnage under  construction, 232,030 was recorded in  the United States, 281,215 in Germany, . 179,677   in   Italy,   174,215    in  Coiirage Needed Says  Federal Woman Member  Miss   MacPhail   Th'nks   Representatives In House should jEToIIow  .    Their Conscience  Brantford, Ont.���������"You can take  your conscience into the House of  Commons, but to keep it there-^oh,  boy!" commented Agnes MacPhail,  M.P.. in an address here, after reviewing the attitude of the members  toward a woman colleague.  Miss MacPhail declared that there  was great need today in parliament  for members to follow their own  consciences, and courage to stand  for what was right, irrespective of  party or the big interests. The  House, she said, "badly needed Rt.  Hon. Arthur Meighen and Hon.  Charles Dunning, two men of courtage." ..  She declared that prosperity could  not be secured by injecting life into  one or another industry as with a  hy^odeg^ir;aeedler.butTwa3 dependent  on the prosperity of ail.  Captain Robert Jarman, now of  Manitoba, physical education expert*  who has just finished a series of  demonstrations of his teach'ng methods in Toronto. He may be brought to jfrance> ^ 160,078 in Holland  Toronto when his Manitoba contract' ~~  &*j)iresf Expect improTessiei-!  Ulll  roni  ^ligtbi-  In  inclirirff ImSneJ-ir  ���������M     a_  JWJJM. i������fm      mUUHVU J  Governor-General. Presents.  Car  To  Children's Aid Society, Ottawa  Comprehensive Survey Being Carried  Out By Fisheries Department  Halifax, N.S.���������A marked improve-  Opei-hag Qf Manitoba's  Legislature Announced  January   27    Date   Decided  On   At  Cabinet Meeting  Winnipeg, Man.���������Manitoba's legis-  - lature will open Tuesday, January 27,  Premier John Bracken has announced. Decision to commence the session  on this date was reached at a cabinet  meeting.  Unemployment      relief     measures  .. loom as an important subject for tlie  Advocates Fruit Growing  Manitoba Farmer Says More Money  In Fruit Than In Grain  Winnipeg, Man.���������A pioneer fruit  grower of the prairies told delegates  to the annual convention of the Manitoba Horticultural Association recently, that fruit growing should be  regarded as a profitable field by  farmers.  H's four acres of crab apples, plum  and hybrid cherry trees netted him  a greater profit last year, William  Shepherd, Rathwell, Man., said, than  300 acres of grain would have. Mr.  Shepherd considered fruit farming  had a bright future in Manitoba.  Question Of Gold Payment  Paris, Prance.���������The answer of the  French Government to the last British  note relating to the payment in gold  of the French war loan, which will be  Ottawa, Ont.���������Ottawa's needy chii- ment and more stable conditions in  dren are to have a handsome auto- the Canadian fishing- industry are ex-  mobile of their own���������the gift of the pected in the reasonably near future  departing Governor-General and Vis- by Hon. E. N. Rhodes, minister of  countess Willingdon. j fisheries.  The generous presentation was j Speaking: of the survey of the in-  made by Their Excellencies to Mrs. dustry being carried out by the de-  C. H. Thoburn, prominently identified partment, Hon. Mr. Rhodes said It  with several organisations having to was of such a comprehensive charac-  do with child welfare. In .tendering ter that it could not be completed be-  the auto, of an expensive make and f,ore next August. A study of market  brought to the Dominion when Lord conditions at different seasons of the  and  Lady  Willingdon   first  took: up  year was one of the factors involved.  residence   here.    Their    Excellencies, .   voiced a desire that it be devoted to  m          '������                 j a ���������   a   J  the use of the children for their varl- . P.6W    LBiSlE--_UK_er    ApwOSHteu  ous out:ngs. j  ������������������  The car -will be used by Ottawa's  young  folk,   under  direction  of   the  Children's Aid Society.  pie. Bright' uniforms of the soldiers,  who constituted travelling escort and  guars ex noncr rcr 'x'neir r.-xceiicncxes,  Sags and bunting, and a large wreath  of beautiful roses with its message of  "Gcod Luck" added colour to the  scene.  . Headed by Rt. Hon. R. B_ Bennett,  prime m'nister, members pf the Dominion . cabinet were present to shake ,  the hands of Viscount and Viscountess Willingdon for the last time. Rt.  Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King, Liberal  leader: Hon. G. Howard Ferguson,  newly-appointed high commiss'oner  for Canada in Great Britain: Hon.  Vincent Massey, former Canadian  minister to Washington, representatives of foreign governments in  Ottawa, and others prominent in  various walks of life in the Dominion  werq. among the crowd which gathered at the station.  After the last farewells were said,  as the train moved slowly away from  ths carpeted, stairway up which  Their Excellencies had walked to the  rear platform of their private train,  the band of the governor-general's  foot guards struck up the National  Anthem, and in a minute changed to  the familiar strains of "Auld Lang  Syne." The crowd broke into cheers,  Th**ir Excellencies "'a^ed f^re^^ell  and the train pulled away.  Viscount and Lady Willingdon -will  spend a couple of months in England  Buys Seat On Grain Exchange  Arthur.   Cutten,.  Chicago    Operator,  pays Good Price For Entry To  Winnipeg Pit  Wimrpeg, Man.���������With   wheat   dethroned as king in the Chieago grain  Lieut. Hart Will Take Canadian S.S.  Vancouver On Winter Cruise  Ottawa, Ont. ��������� Lieut.-Commander  Frederick G. Hart, R.C.N., has been before leaving to take up their" new  appointed to the command of  H.M.C.S. Vancotiver. .His appointment  took effect on January 20 and he will  talie the ''Vancouver" on its winter '  cruise to United States and other foreign ports, leaving Esquimalt, B.C., on  January 26.  Lieut.rCommander Hart joined the  Royal Canadian-   Navy    during    the  pit, big operators there are transfer  ring their activities to the Winnipeg j war as a cadet at Halifax and -was  Grain Exchange. | promoted to lieutenant commander in  The latest reenrt to the local pit' 1928.   He  qualified  for  command  of  is Arthur Cutten, Canadian-born and  destroyers while serving in the Royal  session. Re-adjustment of provincial; remitted soon, will constitute a cour-  taxation to enable the government to  reduce the munieipal levy by one-half  is another important piece of business  to bo discussed by the members of the  legislature,  Will Celebrate Diamond .Tubllee  Victoria, B.C.���������British Columbia  will celebrate her diamond jubilee  with all tho pomp and circumstance  befitting' the occasion, at tho cap'tal  of the province on July 20 this year.  It was on July 20, GO years ago, the  Crown Colony of British Columbia  was formally included in Confederation,  To IQmt Slavery In Liberia  Washington, . *xq, ��������� Tho United  States would bo willing to associate  Itself with''tho League of Nations hi  netting up nn International commls-  ������lon to end slavery In Liberia, the  Upiltod News learned recently from  'n. high oflh. lal.  IT.S.' Motor Vehicle Deaths  Chicago.���������Thoro was 82,500 motor  vehicle deaths in tho United States  In 10510, tho National Safety Council  ���������ntlmatcd recently, This figure represented on lncronsa of approximately  1,000 deaths over the 1020 period.  teous refusal to submit the differences  to the exceptional procedure of arbitration, when normally competent  jurisdiction bias not been invoked, it  was reported recently.  Is Canadian Firm  Toronto, Ont.���������Durant Motors of  Canada, Limited, is now owned, controlled and operated by Canadians, It  was announced by Roy D. Kerby,  president and gouertu iuu'-~.,ag'_- of the  company. The* announcement said the  company ..is now probably, the only  automobile company ln Canada so  controlled and managed.  long called king of the traders, who  Tuesday, January 13, bought a; seat  on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange.  While, his interests traded here before, this is the first time Mr. Cutten  has been, a qualified member of- the  Exchange.  Cutten is understood to have paid  $12,600 for his membership.  Navy in 1929.  Homestead Entries Increase  Edmonton, Alberta.���������According to  Provincial Government figures homestead entries and soldiers grants for  the month of November amounted to  758 as against 553 for.the same- period last year.  Winning: Manitoba Communities  in C.N*R. Progress Contests  duties in India.  From Government House, which.  Their Excellencies left shortly before  noon to drive in the state car ot the  Central "Station, m travelling escort  of_*������ the Princess ��������� Louise Dragoon  Guards accompanied them. Boy  Scouts l'ned the drive throij^h which  the vice-regal party drove frTthe Government House grounds. His Excellency was Chief Scout for Canada.  Accompanying Their Excellencies  were E. C. Mieville, private secretary,  and Mrs. Mieville, Col. Humphrey  Snow, comptroller of the household,  and members of the staff. Mr. and  Mrs. Mieville will go to India with  Lord and Lady Willingdon.  Racer Solid For States  f?o������tbn.wipt.on, TRngjland.���������Onpt. Malcolm Campbell, Britiah automobile  racer, sailed on the "Homeric" for  New York with his racing car, tho  Blwota'rd. If arrangements for his  ppood trials at Daytona Beach; :Fia���������  at present somewhat confused, are  not settled, ho said h������ Is ready to go  on to New Zealand.     '  w  "���������WY N.    U.    187*1  Feels Gennariy Breaks Promise  ..Paris, Franco.���������-A conference of  ambasadors here Is bollovcd to have  dtacussed tho question, of German  armaments, with tlio impression prevailing that-Gormany has allegedly  failed to fulfill all disarmament, prom-  iueH uuuor Uit. Vwim..!-**' U*������aty,  llll^  Decision On Freight  Rates Re-Affirmed  Railway Board Explains Method Oft  Computing Reduction In  Maritimes  Ottawa, Ont.���������A re-affirmatlon of  their former decision as to the correct method of computing how the 20  per cent, cut in maritime freight rates  should be arrived at is contained in  a judgment of the board of railway  commissioners, delivered here.  The judgment decrees that on west-  hound freight traffic the point of  whose origin lies within the "select  region," the reduct'on shall be calculated on the ratio which the distance between that point of vrlgtn  and the westerly limit of the ���������'select  area," Diamond Junction, bears to  th*? wholo distance from the point of  origin to the ultimate destination.  That is to say, a commodity transported, for example, from Moncton,  3SMB., to Calgary, Alta., enjoys the 20  per cent, freight reduction not on  tlie entire Moncton-Calgary rate but  on that proportion ot the Moncton-  Calgary rate which that commodity  bears , on the distance between  Moncton and Diamond Junction, or  Levis, Quo.  Completion of the flrst year's contests In the Canadian National  Railways community progress competitions for European settlements In  Manitoba placed Rossburn, Ukrainian, first; Stolnbach, Monnonlte, second;  Rhlncland, Monnonlte, third; Ethclbcrt, Ukrainian, fourth, and Stuartburn,  Ukrainian, fifth'. Above plotures show: (1) Residence of Jacob Schollen-  borg, Rhlneland; (2) Blumenort school, Stolnbach; (3D A. R. Pcnnor'n farm  homo, Stolnbach; (.) Main street of Ethelbcrt; (8) Community Hall, Rosa-  bum; (0) Bycd w-hool,, Rofwb)wrn# Mid <7) Kln<j 0*.or������^j������������������hoo)l,,I..oH������ibiurn, ^   .  1    Ferguson High C^mmlMsIoner  ... Ottawa, Ont.���������Canada's new High  Commissioner in Great Britain���������Hon.  G. Howard Ferguson���������became ������  member of the Canadian Privy Council, January 14. Acompanlod by  Premier R. B. Bennett, tlie High  CommlsH loner proceeded to Government House and in the presence of  His Excellency took the cmtli auu ������.  privy council!������-. THIS   UKJ-STOJ*   -K-KV-Jt-W  Long distance  'ill  fails to find  ;m  "I feel it is particularly appropriate at this time to express  my long-felt appreciation of the  service I receive from longdistance operators," a Nanaimo  business man recently wrote.  "Often long-distance calls  come for me at Nanaimo while  I am away/' he said. "No  matter where I am located  your long-distance oporators  invariably find me and put me  in touch with the person calling  in the very shortest time. I  sincerely appreciate this service  and think it only right that I  should draw this to your  attention."  _A_*__.  LIMITED  I  mm. I mm*. ���������**������������������%  BDii  mm. mm.  Oo.  AT THE HOSPITAL  rink from that town, that captured third  place In the grand challenge competition  at the Kimberley bonspiel last week.  Tax notices have gone out in connection with the East Creston irrigation  system, with the rates payable at par up  til. the end of the   month.  Miss  Helen   Dodds   was   a   Creston  visitor over the weekend, a guest of Mrs.  Frank Tompkins.  The senior pupils of Erickson school  had a couple   of  days   holiday at  the  beginning of the week, due to the illness  of Miss White.  Mrs. W. Woodall of Nelson, who was  here East week on a visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hall, wa  guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower  given in her honor by the Erickson  Ladies' Guild at the home of Mrs.  Putnam on Wednesday afternoon last.  The bride was taken c mpletely by  surprise when little Miss Myrtle North  joined the company of guests bringing  along with her a cart appropriately  decorated and well loaded with suitable  gifts for the recent bride. Tea was  served and the affair was voted the most  enjoyable of many months by all, the  guests.  family, to reside in Cranbrook, where he  is holding down a. similar job.)'    .      ~  CARD OF THANKS  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Davis take this  means of expressing their deep appreciation of the messages, the flowers and the  kindnesses shown them in the illness and  death of Mr. Rykert, a_fic_ especially to  Col. Mallandaine and Dr. Olivier for  their many thoughtful consideration.  mm* sBsyoBs mUritwy  Local and Personal  FOR RENT���������Furnished room. Apply  Mrs. John Arrowsmith, Creston.  FOR SALE���������Five-room house and five  lots, about 26 fruit trees. <5. J. Bayle,  Northport, Wash.  PIANO FOR SALE���������Weston full steel  frame upright piano, in good shape,  $200. Apply at ranch, D. S. Timmons,  Creston.  JLaren and I. Krygsveld. A hearty vote  of thanks was tendered ail the participants in the church's activities.  After the blessing had been expressed  by the pastor, refreshments were served  by the ladies.  Library Association  Mrs. Geo, Nickel underwent an  operation on Wednesday morning,  and is making satisfactory progress.  Mrs. P. Truscott is able to sit  up in a chair for a few hours  every day.  Mrs. Norman Craigie was operated on Tuseday and is doing  well,  Dobie McDonald and Mrs. A.  Weir are still patients in the  hospital, but are progressing  favorably,  Ardrey Wilson was admitted to  the hospital a few days ago.  &S*i���������wmW&&F������  Mrs. R. Dodds, who has been visiting  at Cranbrook for a short time, returned  home on Thursday.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Dickson of Spokane,  who were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. E.  Cartwright, ieft for home on Wednesday.  Frank Putnam, who was a hospital,  patient at Creston for some days, was  able to return home on Thursday last.  Mrs. E. W. Klingensmith, who has  been visiting at Nakusp for the past t o  months, returned home on Saturday.  Mrs. Woodall, (nee Jeanne Hall) who  has been visiting at her home here returned to Neteor. on Saturday.  Mrs. F. Claris is a Cranbrook visitor  leaving on Wednesday.  W. G. Littlejohn left on Saturday for  Kelowna, where he is attending the 1931  convention of .he B.C. Fruitgrowers  Association.  Frank Staples, who is at Invermer this  winter, played vice-skip on the Stockdale  Mrs. C- A. RobEuson was called to  Trail at th- end o? the week, owing to  the death of her brother, J. Kenny, who  was buried on Sunday.  H. Dobie of New Westminister, representing    the    Triangle     brand      of  fertilizer, addressed the Farmers Institute on Soils and Fertilizer on Saturday  evening  prior to the Badminton   Club  whist.  A.   Hale   was   a   business   visitor   at  Nelson during the week.  Alf. Nelson and son, Eric, of Lethbridge. who has been here for a few days,  have returned home. Mr. Nelson  continues to take his place in commercial life. Starting with beef and  fruit while at Canyon; he is" now  interested in coal mining, and whiie here  arranged for the shipping of two cars of  mine props.  A wedding of interest here was  solemnized at Cranbrook at the end of  the week, when Mary, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. John Bedry, was united in  wedlock with John Shopka of that city.  They spent a few days with the bride's  parents here, leaving on Monday for  their home at Cranbrook.  The Badminton Club had a fair turnout at their whist drive at the hall on  Saturday night, when -he high score  prizes were won by Miss Myrtle Wickholm and Jas. Turner, and the consolation honors went to Miss Samuelson  and W. Batchin. A splendid lunch was  served, and^the door intake was $17.  Ssrdar  FOR SALE���������Team heavy horses, in  good flesh. Also two milch cows, one  just freshened, and some baled hay. E.  Nouguier,   Canyon.  To-night's social attraction is the  bridge under Woman's Auxiliary  auspices at the Parish Hall, cards start'  ing at 8.15 prompt.  The partnership heretofore existing as  between Reg. Watson and 'Buck"  Davies in the Creston Transfer has been  dissolved. The latter will continue the  business under the old name. Reg. has  not-yet decided what he will do in the  future.  All growers are asked to attend the  orchardists* meeting on Monday afternoon at 2.30 in the Unitsd Church basement. It will be addressed by Messrs.  Littlejohn and Bradley ou the doings at  the B.C.F.G.A. convantion. at Kelowna  this week.  FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE���������  Sunday: 11 a.m., Morning Worship;  2.30 p-.m-.-. Sunday School; 7.30 p.m..  Evangelistic. Tuesday: - 8 p.m , Prayer  meeting. Thursday: 8 p.m., Evangelistic. Friday: 8 p.m., Young People.  Everybody welcome.  E. S. Bailey of Cranbrook, supervisor  of "Your" Cash stores ot that town as  well as Creston and Wynndel, was here  on a business visit on Tuesday He  expressed himself delighted with the  turnover of the Creston branch under  management of J. Laithwaite.  Operations commenced this week on  heightening the dyke around the Reclamation Farm to make it safe against  high water this year. The dredge that  has been tied up at Rykerts the past few  months is on the job, starting at the  Boundary Creek section of the farm.  Notice elsewhere In this issue indicates  that Creston Power & Light Company,  Limited, are determined to have a hydro  supply of power at the earliest possible  moment, and are applying for a license  to develop power on Summit Creek, asking for 35 cubic feet per second of water.  The pole line put in two years ago bv  the former company as for Boundary  Creek can be used to some advantage on  the new line.  Mrs. J. W. Hamilton ^has tendered  her resignation as secretary of Creston  District Public Library Association, anS  the directors desire to express their  appreciation of her efficient and faithful  services in that capacity extending over  a period of twelve years.  The Library began under the auspices  of the Womens' Institute and after a  couple of years ?was organized as a  separate body. The book* were housed  in a cabin owned by the Creston Cooperative Fruit Growers, on the lot now  owned by Arthur French, on Canyon  Road. Subsequently the cabin and  books were moved to a lot on Barton  Avenue, in the rear of the theatre. The  building was wrecked in the blizzard of  1924. S. A. Speers then kindly consented to the Library being kept in a  portion of his store, where it remained  until it was m _ved to its present location  in the village hall last year.  A general meeting! of the Creston  District Public Library Association will  be held at the Village Hall on Saturday,  7th day of February, at 3 o'clock, to  hear the result of the canvass for mem  bership and to decide if it will be  possible to carrv on. If the -people of  Creston Valley desire to have a Public  Library this is the last opportunity they  have to keep it.  TIMBER SALE  X 1291 1  Sealed tenders will be received by the  Minister of Lands at Victoria, B.C��������� not  later than noon on the Sixteenth day of  February, 1831, for the purchase of  License X12911, to cut 4,640,000 feet of  Spruce, White Pine, Fir, Larch arid  Balsam, on an area situated 2J^ plles  S.E. of Canyon Siding, Kootenay Land  District. ��������� ....  Three years will be allowed for the  removal of timber. ,,,._.,-  Further particulars of the Chief Forester, Victoria, B.C., or District Fore3ter,  Nelson. B.C.  Wife, Gas, Scare Man  in Dead of Night       . /  "Overcome by stomach gas in the dead  of night, I scared my husband badly.  He got Adlerika and it ended the gas."  Mrs. M. Owen.  Adlerika relieves stomach gas in TEN  minutes! Acts on BOTH upper and  loweF bowel, removing old poisonous  waste you never knew was there. Don't  fool with medicine which cleans only  PART of bowels, but let Adlerika give  stomach and bowels1 a REAL cleaning  and get rid of a!! gas. Crestoi  Book Store.  u Drug &  TBR    NGTIO.���������  DIVERSION ARID US&       *  TAKE   NOTICE   that    the   Crestcn  Power. Light   &   Telephone Company,  British Columbia, will apply xor _a  license to take and use thirty-five cumc  feet per second of water out of Summit  Creek, which flows easterly and drains  into Kootenay River about sim miles  north west of Creston. B C. The water  wiil be diverted from the stream at a  point apout 3800 feet s uthwest ofthe  southwest corner of Lot 11270-T.L.4497  P-E 454, said corner being about two  miles west of Lot 9270 C.G., Kootenay  District, and will be used for power purposes upon the area described as in the  undertaking of the Company within a.  radius of twenty-five miles of Creston,  B.C. (including the Village of Creston,  B.C.) This notice was posted on the  ground on the 14th day of January, 1931.  A copy of this notice and an application  pursuant thereto and to the "Water Act"  will be filed in the office of the Water  Recorder at Nelson, B.C.     Objections  4-_   .._._%    X.ni:..4-U-     .m....  1~-*    JS__.l   -_._4.1_     XL.  tG Tiic   c-pp__v_c_ui<j__   ii-asjr  JJ_   iucu tt_.ii    _bic  said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty  days after the first appearance oi this  notice in a local newspaper. The petition  for the approval of the undertaking, as  per Section 26 of the Act, wi 1 be heard  in the office of the Water Board at a date  to be fixed by the Comptroller of Water  Rights, and any interested person may  t file an objection thereto in the office of  the Comptroller or of the Water Recorder  of the district.  CRESTON POWER, LIGHT &  TELEPHONE COMPANY Limited,  Applicant.  By L. M. SIMPSON, Agent.  r*.4F      +_-,������_���������������     MA+|Aft.1f1  \jx    uano   .livrw-t'V Jo  of first publication  January 23, 1931.  *_.._._____.  300  BRUNSWICK  RECORDS  lit  REDUCED  _L   mVJL \_a,_L__---f  T  I)  l'(...ll.K.O  .will Hell  my   stock  them at  THKKE for  ONE DOLLAR  Your ul.oici.a  V. MAWSON  < J NEKTON  GI  lH.������.Hd,.NHH..U-Ul*.Ml'l'.������HHHa,H_HatiMHaM(IH  Mrs. Jim Pascuzzo is on a visit with  her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, at  Trail, for a few weeks.  Dick Dennes was a visitor here with  his family on Tuesday and Wednesday,  from Tadanac.  Mrs. Robinson was visiting with  relatives at Eastport at the weekend.  Miss Pascuzzo returned on Wednesday  from visiting with friends at Trail, where  shs has been for a few days.  Mrs. Geo. Cam of Nelson. was a  visitor here on Wednesday.  Barry Robinson was a weekend visitor  with friends in Nelson.  Mrs. Parento and Miss Mary Parento  left on Sunday for Wayne, Aiberta;  where they will visit with relatives.  Rev. A. Garlick of Creston was here  for Anglican Church service on Sunday.  Mrs. Martin leaves ou Wednesday for  Vancouver, ,whc>ro she will visit with  relutivuH aim? friuuut. fo> a muniii.  Sid McCabe of Cranbrook was a weekend visitor with hia family at Sirdar.  Mrs. Tnterico was a Croston caller on  Saturday, ancl Mrs. Dannes was at tho  metropolis on Monday.  Mrs. Rose returned to Medicine Hat,  Alberta, after disposing of oil the  furniture nt tho C.P.R. boarding houpo.  Mr. and Mrs. and M3_a Muriel Knott  of Canyon were Mondny visitors with  Mr. and Mra, Arthur North.  Mr. and Mm. Hon dr. won and family  have moved from Kootenay Lnnding to  Proctor.  Mr. and Mrs. W, Dixon l.uvo moved  to Tyo, whicih is tho new name for  CuIUib Crnol., and ia a flag fltntion,  a*  Jack Onmoron, who hw. boon Rwltch  fown.ni. In tho Slrdnr yard for tho pnist  fnv.   y������.ir������, Ih   lrmvlnc   todny,   with   M������  Presbyterian Church Annual  St. Stephen's Presbyterian congregation held the annual meeting on Monday  night. After devotional exercises conducted by Rev. P. McNabb,, the chair  was taken by-H. H. Taylor/ aftd W. S.  McAlpine officiated as secretary. The  various organizations presrnted their  reports, which were adopted. The  financial statement presented by the  treasurer was also adopted. The church  property is free from all encumbrance.  Two trustees were appointed, Dr,  Henderson and S. A. Speers. W. S.  McAlpine, having tendered his resignation as treasurer, H. Taylor was named ai_  successor. Mr. McAlpine, was thanked  for his long service���������-11 years. The  board oi management as elected it. Dr.  Henderoon, chairman; S. A. Speers, H.  H, Taylor, John Sherwood, H.  W.  _v*-a_a__aaW������______i������______*_Sah_l__Bb__l__9k^M___k__BL������.  -���������>-���������>- A.__. __-_������-_>._ A. __.A-A.__. A -A. __._> . _L-A. A.A.A.J.. A    A   _.���������___  Trucking and Braying.  NmmmmWmx ���������_���������__���������__ .-aa-MBI ________  ������y^a kh-* bt"* Ey8  ^_l_J9 n     pi     m  Coal and Wood  <EROM NOW ON I will be operating the Creston  1     'transfer personally and hope to serve my old  customers   and   new ones to the best of my  Sand and Gravel. Also  in Egg and Lump sizes.  Your    yalued    patrynage    is  ability.      Trucking,  JEWELL   COAL  D ry    Cord w ood.  respectfully solicited.  ALBERT DAVIES.  Mc-  We invite you to Inspect our  new stock of  m*mmmm%r   BLf nJLJF^<^Pr* ^Jfl^��������� qWL^y fflffl  fPy^)fc-y W^ffmrn* Mfc^P  which havo just arrived !  Newest Shapos.  Nice fiflKortrhent of sizes.  .Prices are right.  Shoe and  Harncao   Repair ins  ������yny*V^!y*^V^'*'yiV''V,lV u\^w'^W4mp*M*qgmw*i^*m*mmmmmmmyp<n\^tm\  IWuifft f&s*. JftWsMsy  Of    im fly a-a^^-F ^BjMLf Mjct CPrm mt& tm ^mwB *SSBr^ ^mmm\W B M Mh AfB OTS|^w  THE NEW FORD has been designed and builr  to give you many thousands of miles of faithful  service. Beneath the flashing beauty of line and  color���������in those vital mechanical parts which you  may never see���������is a high quality of material and  accuracy in manufacturing. The reliability and.  capable performance of the car, in all weather,  and under all conditions, make it a particularly  good choice for long, constant use. It stands up  under the added strain of bad roads and hard  dailyvservk.e.  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER    A.    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BV GASOLINE  _te  __rrf__i _ii_hff ^- A     ^    A . _k ��������� A    _k    * inli i A i __ i __ ii __ i _k i ______L____i._k . ___.J_i_i__._.__..__._L__LM__Li__k_i__L_._l.._^Yiftr-^-lT^.ffii__iaiM-U--llaAi  The Consolidated Mining' &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd.  Office> Smelting t������n*t Refining Depntrtmtnnt.  TRAIL, British Columbia  Smelters and Refiners  Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Load and Zinc Ores.  Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Load and Zinc.  TADANAC BRAND  ITT  J /���������  THE   CRE&TO-ff   REVIEW  HHP>.___LM>jutf:]p.������  ���������1  Don't Delay!     Buy your  Supply  of  N O W!  Ask us  for prices on hauling  anything anywhere  cCREATH  Sol������ agent for GALT COAL.  Board of Trade  Annual Meeting      _������������������'. Y,Y" .*.���������-   :  Col. Mallandaine Again' President���������3. S. Clowes New Secretary��������� 1930 Shows Much Good  Work Accofaiplishei.by Board  t3*** *'**** am** am** ***** a** a aamam mm* ********************* a a**** a** a amaa a amama a at J������l  J^^sitt.  J1S. SJ.  Jet ._=&SS. .5.-5.  JkJk, JtZSS.  ������3.53.   S&Sm.  ���������_������������_  ^  YStsST  Ml  ^^^^-gg^       BB.'^  SANf) nn  ^   bb_.^_^ ' m*"^  Ml  Ml  w  t-JG_  Ml  W  r-   *n_  w  w  Ml  Ml  Kelly's Bronchitis Remedy ;.    75c.  Kelly's Whooping Cough Sprup  75c.  Kelly's Pine Tar Mentholated.  .50c.  Kelly's Linseed and Turpentine Syrap... 50c.  M.  a*  Ml  >_*  V_J_j  RESTON DRUG & BOOK STOR  GEO. H. -KEililiY'  ^- ,-....* -. YS-HE  HEXALI* STORE   C   . ,:  jk. i������y!_s& stsT sr*ks8Tstt..s*tsit jh.jk.j������r\&jaTT_te_s������\2ijtt ^I3^^_wifcT_W3^^ijctT  Ml  4-  Dor^t take this chance  WHEN a Safety Deposit Box costs less  . . than your daily newspaper, why gamble  -with fire, theft, or carelessness* Place your  valuables in a Safety Deposit Box within our  vault.  ��������� 4W  PEHSAL M8I-! OF OIBfilDA  HEAD  OFFICE '������������������������������������������������������ TORONTO  CRESTON        ���������       -       -J. S.W.CLOWES, Manager  Branches a! Nelson, Invermore, Cranbrook, Famfo  Thrift  consists in spending less than  von earn.  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  lone step toward co ntentrsicsLk  -  We pay interest on Savings balances and shall welcome your  account* m  THE CANADIAN BANK  ^, ���������, ^mmmm __***___ "1____ '  J-Tf___'    ____> rw*-*a wifc.   mfmmm% "WWi  COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creaton Brunch  R.J. Porbcfi, Manngtcr  Printed Butter Wraps at Review Office  A year of accomplishment  and much actvity ��������� was revealed  in the^reports submitted at the  annual meeting of Creston Board  of Trade which' was held Friday  evening-at the Creston Hotel,  preceded by the usual dinner and  closing with the customary toasts  and responses. The meeting was  in charge' of president Col.  Mallandaine, with a representative turnout of members and  citizens.  Outstanding features of 1930  board operations was the establishment of a public hospital at  Creston, which had been undertaken in August by Dr. Olivier  of Blairmore, Alberta, on a  guarantee from the board that  they would take the hospital over  as a community project when the  institution was ready to receive  patients. This agreement had  been fully met with the organization of Creston Valley Hospital  Association.  The president recalled that  after a close contest it had been  decided to have the 1931 convent! oh of the Associated Boards  of Trade of Eastern British  Columbia at Creston, and he  spoke in most optimistic terms of  the 1930 effort of the board in  interesting the provincial government in constructing a government building at Creston being  realized in 1931. Very defibite  guarantees in this connection had  been given by Premier Tolmie on  his visit to Nelson in December.  Satisfaction was expressed with  the completion 'and putting into  operation of the East Creston  irrigation project and the domestic water system at Ca *p  Lister during 1930. And with  the completion of the former the  water supply in the village had  been increased to the point where  there is now ample water for a  town of 5000 people.  Appreciation was expressed of  an expenditure by the public  works department of some  $120,000 on new roads, bridges  and highway maintenance and  betterments in the area tributary  to Greston. As justifying still  better treatment, particularly on  the North and South highway via  Rykert's, the president submitted!  figures |o show that 13,233 autos,  carrying 45,421 persons, had  cleared customs at Rykerts-Port-  hill in 1930, and in the same  period 3646 . autos, carrying  14,584 persons had travelled east  and west through Creston over  Kootenay Lake.  President Mallandaine submitted his usual carefully prepared statement of the 1930 outgo of  fruitp, vegetables, grain, forest  products, etc, and in local  industrial activity spoke in  favorable terms of the continued  expansion at the C. O; Rodgers  sawmill and box factory, which  last year had increased its payroll to just over .^70,000 for  twelve months' operation, and for  this year was taking on new lines  and pressing forward into new  markets to still further increase  its turnover.  . President -VTallandaine offered  a statement of revenues collected  at Croston office of the provincial  police which cohvineed all that  the erection of a government  building nt Creston was not only  necessaty but was also the soundest kind of investment for the  authorities at Victoria.   Ip con  nection with forestry work it was  discovered that but $17,000 had  been spent in forest firej protection, accounting for 45 fares.  For 1931 the retiring president  recommended that .' continued  pressure be brought to bear on  Victoria in connection with the  wanted public building as well .as  on the construction of the North  and South highway via Rykerts.  With irrigation available the need  for a canning and jam factory  was more apparent. Whatever  help could be given should be  extended; to encourage the growing of peas on the dyked ktnds on  Kootenay Flats.  The election of officers resulted  in the return of practically the  1930 board, the most noted  change being in that of secretary  and.a couple of changes in the  directorate. This year's officers  are:  President���������Col. Mallandaine.  Vice-president���������R. J. Forbes.  Secretary���������J. S. W. Clowes.  Executive���������G. O. Rodgers, S.  A. Speers, Geo. Johnson, Frank  Putnam, Dr. McKenzie, R.  Walmsley.  The financial statement submitted by the retiring secretary  treasurer, C. F. Hayes, showed all  balance of  government. -> The response , wr s  by Reeve F. H_ Jackson wi o  dealt in some jdetail with ot,r  civic life, with which he has be:.n  actively identified, having served  as councillor ever since the villa; e  came into being.  1931 was honored in spirit d  fashion in its introduction by c .  W. Allan, and the response 1 y  J. S. W.< Clowes, and like abili y  and enthusiasm was shown 1 -  wards the ladies, which toast w_..  taken care of by R. 'Walmsky  and Dr.   McKenzie.  Throughout the evening there  was some community singing with  Mrs. Hewat of Kaslo, who i-;  visiting her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Labelle, presideing* at 11 e  piano. In closing proceeding:  President Mallandaine paid a well  deserved compliment to Mr.  Labelle and his staff for the  splendid supper and - the equally  excellent service, to say nothing  of the pleasure afforded th_  guests in Mr. Labell's rendering  of "Alouette."  accounts paid and a balance of  $94. The usual vote of thanks  was tendered the retiring officers.  The total list was somewhat  unique in that many of the  regulation *' toasts were missing,  but the .substituted ones were  responded and proposed in happy  fashion. After justice had been  done to the King with a hearty  rendering of the national anthem,  Geo. Johnson was most eloquent  in introducing a toast to the past  presidents, which was responded  in equally felicitous fashion by S.  A. Speers and C. O. Rodgers.  Creston village was introduced  by C. F. Hayes who recalled the  municipal life since 1924 and  maintained that the^citizenst had  every right to congratulate themselves in   taking   on   local   seif-  DEPARTMENT OF LANDS  NOTICE  APPL1GATEQN FOR GRAZING PERMITS FOR  THE SEASON OF 1931  Applications for permits to graze iivp-  stock on tha Crown range wit-tin t>.e  Cariboo, Cranbrook, Fort George, Nelson, Prince Bupert, Vancouver, or Vera  on Grazing Districts of the Province ������-f  British Columbia, as required by tbe  provisions of the "Grazing Act," Chapl* r  100, R.S.B.C, 1924, must be filed with  the Disrrict Forester at Prince George,  Nelson, Prinze Rupert, Vancouver, cr  Williams Lake, en or before March 31st,  1931.  Blank forms upon whicn to submit  applications may be obtained from th .  District Foresters at the above namtd  places, or from the Department of Lands  at Victoria, B.C.  H. CATHCART,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B.C.  Jannary 6,1031.  j3-_s__8ss.a.__B:  a  ���������-������������������-������������������-���������-���������_��������� ���������__JLPJL__R ��������� a  i.iS ������������������������������������������������������. .������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������-������������������_ I  r. Fruit Orower  Have the returns from your ranch been  satisfactory for the last year ? If not,  why not try some side line, such as Cows,  Pigs, and Chickens. They will pay your  grocery bills, and now is the time to start  for you will never buy lumber any  cheaper. I can sell you lumber at the  following prices:  2 x 4's, 12 and 14 feet, No, 2's, at per M.. $16.00  2 x 4's, 16 feet, No, 2's, ��������������� ���������_.��������� 17,00  2Bx|4's, 18 and 20 feet, No. 2's       "   20.00  1x6, No. 2 Shiplap, "   17.00  1 xJ8 and 1 x 10 No. 2 Shiplap       "   18.00  .h^-jm x___fr������  _M_,m_,x>__r^jii_j������rX-_JI JL2J J_y__.I^Z-f  ORESTON  El'  El  t ������U_ eea a ft ��������� a ee a o.o s b.d a aoanj_,BBj..H qien> boSflja'p i JQ  . Ak ��������� <t_ a_M_a_i______m^mmA**^*udm.m\Mm\j^*Mm*^**ijAkmm\^bM*\*^kidamm\.m^Mm\+A\*m\.  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Now ray J  J nerves are much "better, thanks I  j to   a   booklet   that   was   left I  under the door. Lydia E. Ptnk-  It&hing; Ends Rig-it Away  'IhadaczjMW. for mortal month-. StogI* ������ppU-  cition of 'Sootha-SalTa' taded Itch and 6������ra  right awajr. My Ma. la now cUar." Jan- Paula.  ''SnoiOA. ���������-*.<-������" ie qulck-it known relief for  eczema. Itching atopa; ecalosgo. All drtiggtete,  Moose Jaw Grain Elevator  A-_-���������aii_eu& Phone System  Big  Onls  Tfl__.n_~i.t_._-    ___���������     _r,_��������� _._.  A-Ajiawiiiaiiuiia   auu   v/u>i-.uucsi.U3  The Nature Of Christ's Temptations, verses 1, 2.���������Yie'ding- to the  control of the Holy Spirit, which had  come to Him in a special way at His  baptism, Jesus went from the Jordan  into the neighboring wilderness, that  He migrht there meditate undisturbed  upon the work God had given Him  to do. As the story is told in Mark,  Je?us seems to have waged His great  struggle througout His -wilderness sojourn, but as it is told in Matthew  and Luke, the specific temptations  seem to have come at the end of the  period.  The Temptation To Free Himself  From the Limitations Of His Humanity, verses 3, 4.���������During a long period Jesus had eaten nothing, ond  when He was hungry the d<ev*l said  unto Him. "If Thou art the Son of  God, command this stone that it become bread." The word "if" mav be  taken in the sense of "since": Since  you have the power (Jesus had just  been assured of this at His baptism),  why not make use of it for yourself?  The question which Jesus had to settle was, should He for His personal  relief use power wh"ch was given Him  for the salce of the kingdom, or  should He trust His Father and accept whatever sufferings His Father  might send? His answer was, Thou  sha't trust.  i The Temptation ^To Establish an  j Earthly Rather Than a Spiritual  i Kinsrdcun, verses 5-S.���������The Jews were  {chafing under the Roman yoke. They  j expected a Messiah who would free  them from Rome, and establish an  j earthly kingdom greater than that of  J the:r    father    David.      What   might  An  increase   of  ������5,592.819   (about!Jesus not accomplish if He yielded to  -.0- _.__.-_, .    _, ..   .  r      , .      ,   j their expectations and established an  $27,117,472) in Britain s adverse trade j earthlv klagdom! All His countrymen  balance for 1930. as  compared with j would rally to His side if He adopted  1929, was revealed in board of trade j the role of a temporal Messiah; for  statistics. such a Messiah thev would  sacrifice  Telephone Project To  Halifax With Vancouver  As a result of the co-operative  arrangements between the seven  main telephone systems of Canada,  the work is now proceeding to realize  an all-Canada transcontinental system that will make it possible for a  Dominion Government Gra_n Elevator 'fllm in Halifax to sp_ak with one In  Vancouver, a distance of 4,319 miles,  without   usins  SSnes   outBide   of   the  Has Huge Storage Capacity  "Although the normal capacity of  the Dominion Government grain elevator at Moose Jaw (exclusive of the  new 2,000,000 bushel addition) ia generally placed at 3,500,000 bushels,"  says "The Optimeter," "this amount  of grain has been exceeded on several occasions dur!ng the past few  weeks. On October 30th last, a total  of 3,584,792 bushels of various graina  were in store, while on November  13th there were 3.570,504 bushelB and  on November 22nd, there were 3,553,-  604 bushels stoned up."       *  A Simple Treatment  For Children's Colds  uuiug     aaiM  Dominion.  At the present time a long distance  call from Montreal to Vancouver  would require a connection first  with Chicago then with Seattle and  from there to Vancouver.  Up'to the present time it has been  imposs'ble to link   western    Canada  with    eastern   Canada  over  an  all-?  Canadian route,     This has been partly  due  tos differences    in    standard ���������  equipment of the various companies, j  but   chiefly   to   the   fact   that what  is known as "long" loug distance service    requires     somewhat    different  equipment than the "short haul" traffic,  such as  large size  copper wire,  etc.  With a view to inaugurating the  all-Canada service, large size copper  "Pointers ������a  ���������____���������_���������������������������_- ���������...���������__-������*  5~F*.ag iY_.a_.uig  A Boofctet containing some new  and        simplified  Srlnna ****** Wr*.*rt%**tr%  ���������UVOif ������_#���������_.** ���������*��������������� "*.���������������������������������������������������  making. Sent free  on request.  Western Canada Flour MJIte  Co. Limited; *  Toron-t-   - Winnipeg H  ' CalsajjTa ^1  i  1.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  ���������__-  ���������i.ji,.  T1.__  The United States senate imtalgra- | devil shcwed Him all the kingdoms of  tion committee has referred the Reed ! the world in a moment of time. Je^us  resolution providing a two-year ban I miarht have all this authoritv and the  on  immigration  to  a   sub-committee' e"Iory of them���������if He would pay the  *__ ���������������__,=*._, +.���������., ���������* ���������*,������������������_,. 1 price.       Wou'd it not be  a auicker  for consideration o* changes. ������nd  easlM. rf)ad  to tmvel tbBxl  the  Exclusion of Orientals from owner- j road to Calvary ? To seek temporal  ship  or  control   of   Crown   lands   in ! instead of eternal good, to buJId ivd a  ! __-____a    _ a. 3    __?   _,     __:__*....1     ..._n-  B.C.,  is  sought in a petition  to  the  material instead of a spiritual kin������r-  . , ,   . ,,��������� ..    idom. would be to allv Himself with  provincial government by the White  th��������� dev4l   ^ worshin before him.  Canada Association of Vancouver.     j     The T^mp^ation Tn Presume Trpon  Inquiries  for    Canadian    products ; '^'a ^������.n. vers*.*? 9-12.���������Throughout  hav. been received by L,. M. Cosgrove, | ^���������������=������. JS& ^.wS^./her"  Canadian     trade    commissioner    to ra.t f.h* -heeinn*n������r of H*s work He s������t-  Shanghai,  resulting from  the Canadian trade delegation's visit.  There should be no fear regarding  disposal of the 1930 B.C. canned salmon pack, in the op'nion of Major J.  A. Motherwell, chief supervisor of  fisheries.  Three men were killed and one injured -when a Royal Air Force bombing 'plane crashed into a dyke bank  at this village on the border of Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire, England.  BREAKS UP GAS  IN THE STOMACH  Don't awflfer from dangerous praa  pressing around your heart, from  sourness, acidity, 1. Jot-tint? or pain of  Indigestion.   Stop      worrying," When  ever you need quick stomach relief,  talco a Utile Bisu rated Magnesia ���������  powder or tablets. It breaks tin prao,  neutralizes acids and keeps tbe stomach sweet and strong, and Itidlerestlon  perfect.  At all Rood drug stores.  tVd that oue^Hon once fr>d for all  rn"<!p>u. p������ He was .of Ws onen^s  w'th th-- "Cath^r. He wou"M not ma>e  t-~'fll of H'm to prove this to the  wrsrld. "To leap unhurt from the pin-  na<*l������ of the tempTe was to rival a  rvin.mta.n propf. or a chamois. b*������t it  had no connection at all w'th _.t>5r.t-  u^.1 T>nwer an*, -was no si em of din-  nos'tinn and abii'tv to save men from  th������>^ sinq. To a>>anrion the r^vion of  m^n's actual n������������������������d and work wond*������������"s.  n������t for their relief but for rnere d'a-  rtiq.'r. waa to t^e^pass a������"afn������t the  pother's love and to mistake thc  Fpther'q int<vriti<"������*>."���������Marrus !Dods.  Th������������ Tempter Vanquished, verse 13.  ������������������When the devil had cor^pletfd  werv temptat'on, h������ departed from  Him for a season. "The moment that  .he obedience of the life wn. established, the mental tur^u1* settled into  peace within him."���������Phillips Brooks.  j wires have already been installed be-  ' tween Toronto  and Winnipeg, while  the   three   government   systems   of  ' Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  j are now at work constructing such  i heavy duty lines preparatory to the  ; introduction  of  the  ail-Caaada  ser-  ivice.   British Columbia and Maritime  ' organizations   are   also   undertaking  the work, so that in the near future  the    construction   of   the   line   from  coast to coast is expected to be complete.  At the rate the work is at present  proceeding, it is anticipated that by  . _,   the  summer  of  1931   long  distance  make the    dreaded    teething   period   messages  may be  transmitted from  easy.   They are sold bv all medicine   Halifax to Calgary, and by the spring  Cold in the head is very common at  this time of year, especially in the  very young. Neglect of a cold is  prone to lead to serious consequences.  To relieve all congestion of the system is the first step in treating a  cold, whether in infants or adults.  For the very young, Baby's Own Tablets are the ideal means of doing  this. Containing no narcotic or other  harmful drugs they soothe the child's  frefulness, relieve its suffering and  ensure convalesence.  Baby's Own Tablets are without an  equal for relieving indigest'on, constipation and colic. They check diarrhoea; break up colds and simple fev  *r* '.  tor instant  Ease From  COUGHING lake  /ilif������ic_L_Eir<  f !_5-P      Mi 8 X *T U RPS        '  Actslikeqf,  dealers or by ma'l at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brcrckville, Ont.  Exhibition Profit  Operating profit  of  the   Canadian  of 1932, it   is   expected    the   entire  coast to coast service will be in oper-  A  pleasant  medicine  for  children  ���������m-.,*- ���������  . ^ X.-T.-4..      _.     ������. is Mother Graves'  Worm Extermin-  National Exhibition for the past year  ator>) and it is excellent for driving  amounted to $279,915.    The city of worms from the system  Toronto received a cheque from exhi  bition officials for $110,491; this and  other payments to the city "bring the  West Indies and Canada  Canada must assume a temporary  amount   turned   into   the   municipal  role of "big brother"  to the British  coffers for 1930 up to $245,850. j West Indies if the full possibilities of    i trade between these parts of the Em-  A Koisy Headlight  i pire are to be atta'ned, saysya report  Some day the captain may turn to issued by the Empire Club of Ottawa  the first mate and ask: "Hear that following a study of the subject. In  headlight?" Sounds funny, but John other words, the report holds, Cana-  Rohlfs, marine expert, declares that dians must spend a greater sum in  a new type of headlight with a modi- . the West Indies in order that the.Is-  fied radio beam, combining light and  sound, will soon make navigating in  fog safe.  land citizens may bo placed in a position where they can become heavy  purchasers.  , A Smsie Sip PrqymsIt **  Pioneer Captain Head  Captain John Ward Templeman, 87,  pioneer of the Great Lakes, died recently at Orillia, Ont. He was bora, in  Lincolnshire, England, and came to  r_n.Tia.ria in 1866 on the brig "Seagull."  He was engaged in the Great _uakes  timber trade for many years and initiated navigation on the Magnetewaa  River at Burk's Fall,,in 1885.  Ml  Dilute Musard'a vri-Et one-hatf  sweet  oil  or _tes_s.    Apply4  once * day.   For Frost Bit*  use tbe Liniment freely snef'  undiluted.  *������\  11  "BflMf? AC DAMP^"*!!  mnu vb   rnin      ���������!  Prill  l-t-_!!__II.I!i1l._!_IlI_.l-lll-IIt-I!.in__^^  Make  Your Windows  fc_S38SSS_S_5  *y*m^mmmm^mmmmmtmtm^m*^m1^m*^^0^^m*l  *mmmmmmm**mm*mm-*'\  >"*>*l*������^*>'a*4***l^^*^_^*-'1a^^^^^0������|H������^^������V������������OTM>^^-M*^W^^^l  Marine Merger  Increased Hog Production  At a meeting of the Alberta  Swine Breeders' Association the other  day, S. G. Carlyle, livestock commis-  iskmer, remarked that present conditions in Western Canada pointed to a  100 per cent, increase in hog production next spring.  Pay For Position  3ta some, places where tips are  abundant, the employee pays tho  ���������.mployftr for tho rlf^ht to work for  him, declared a witness during a recent hearing before tho ministry of  labor commission in London,  iristartt^  World-Wide tJn'ted States Shipping  Service To Be Created  A world-wide shipping service under  the United States flat? will be created  through a consolidation of interests  of the International Mercantile Marine Company and tho Roosevelt  Steamship Company, which waa announced in New York.  The merger, which has been rumored for several months, was announced by P. A. S. Franklin, president of  thc Ir.ternp.tionn.l Morcant'le* Marine.  Thc Roosevelt Company, which was  organized In 1925, will retain Its corporate identity.  Invest in WINDOLITE Windows and you will be repaid a  _&UEidredfoU3 gfs ������jie Jie&S������li ������>f your SPoultxy and Live Block  THE   ORIGINAL   GLASS   SUBSTITUTE  HADE     EX     a_N01_AlSnD     SINOQ   1019     ON    OIUOINAJL    PATENTS  , ���������     "i  ���������_       ' " "      "   .��������� '   ������������������ ���������*-;���������-.���������;; ��������� " ���������,������������������'������������������   ; ��������� 5',,"    V  Remove all callouses and enlarge-  TYi������mtfi from your stock with Douglas'  Egyptian Liniment, a wondorful remedy.  Has On.io Somo Walking  After walking a distance of moro  than four times around tho world at  tho Equator during the last 35 years,  Fred A. Dullahan, Central Vermont  railway messenger, at St. Albans, is  beginning hia 38th year of hiking. Ho  has averaged 10 miles por day, 800  days por year for OK yearn, Riving  hLm a total way^Rg iiiii-fliwi Gf 105,-  000,  W.    W.    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Young chickens and turkeys are entirely free from leg"wealS  ness and disease and will thrive in confinement under Windolite, Windolite comes in rolls  any length, but 36 inches wide only. i  Distributors- JOHN A. CH ANTLER & CO., LTD,  61 Wellington St. W.        - TORONTO* ONT.  -^j.Mfi.;._;;._;sj-;.;;.-������;.^::::^;:-i3.;;;^_-;;-^;..;H THE   REVIEW.   "CRESTOK.   B.    0,  tfa  %  "V_  nanwif  ������___.__���������.       wnen  BABY ills and ailments seem twics  as serious at night. A sudden cry  maymean. colip. Or a sudden attack  of, diarrhea.' How would you meet  this emergency���������tonight? Have you a  bottle of Castoria ready?  For the protection of your wee  one���������for your own peace of mind-  keep this old, reliable preparation  always on hand. But don't keep it  just for emergencies; let it be an  everyday aid. Its gentle influence  will ease and soothe the infant who  cannot sleep. Its mild regulation will  help an older child whose tongue ia  coated because of sluggish bowels.  All druggists have Castoria.  1'fi.i.iiimtiiifgimiiiiiiiiiiintiiiiiiiiniiti!  ** ___________________''______________. "  _  THE DUSTY   ^  HIGHWAY    I  E_  S  ��������� BY ���������  CHRISTINE   WHTTINa  PARMENTER  I been a model husband? Come. Gay,  let's not get serious. Let's forget  every trouble we ever had. and be  kids again. If we start now we can  have a half hour at The Bird's Nest,  and get back in time to kiss the boys  good-night." '  It was two weeks after this, one  Friday evening when Cay and Simeon  were sitting together on the porch,  that they were interrupted by a call  to tho telephone.  . "It's a long distance for Mrs. Hastings," announced the housekeeper,  who had answered the ring:.  Tnaf a n. 1������ _"ic_������t'_* I.-.-.���������*- ������n..������_3~_a    ������.._  ._._....������~_M.,*jr    -v_.t_.jr  w  M^cax.*.  ^u.UL>^4XC\_.   Ol4J/-  pose- something had happened to  Nick! But it was Nick's own voice  that reassured her a moment later.  "That you, Gay? How's everything?"  ."All    right.   You   frightened   me,  Wick. "What's happened?"  His laugh came back over the wire,  sounding so_ dearly familiar that he  ; seemed very near.  "Nothing���������that is���������Gay, would you  think it, terrible if I didn't come up  this week?"       _  "Why?"  Her voice was hollow. Perhaps  Nick noticed for he said: Don't sound  so mournful! Of course I want to  come; but Mrs. Halliday has asked  a favor, and I hate to refuse. Her  husband's been called away by the.  death of h's motherB and she's expecting friends for Sunday. She'd  planned to   take   them    to   Mason's  -������~o.    j.xi.&y ve   gO_    a.   uew    car,    you  know, and for some reason she  doesn't want to drive it, so she asked  me to go."    ....  "I see," said Gay.  There followed the least little si-  tence, then Nick said: "What do you  think, dear? I dont exactly like to  re'fi*<a->    T ���������ctrng  fViera  f^  _*--_--p-__���������   _-j_*->__~J-_4-  and she's waiting now to hear your  verdict."  "You know best, Nick. We'll miss  you, of course; but if you feel you  must "  ft -    *    __%    a   a ���������  \    -*f   Checked  without "Dosing  Applied external*  ly, Vicks relieves  wi1^outupsettix-g  delicate stomachs  *mk% A& g������  Mk_a<a   _Br3a_������_   mSZEB  VAPORUB  Foe Colds of All. thetfamJ.lv  m# I'll freshen up a bit, and get some  things the children need.  (To Be Continued.) :  Sight-Soimd Dramatis  Production Broadcast  | Copyright 1929. S  raiiEri?_ii������i.i..?<'f!!|]?.inHtEltlUBI!rKIii!llP  CHAPTER  IX.���������Continued.  'Always, Nick, or I wouldn't have  "Well, I sort of do feel that way;  and next week you'll be coming home.  Look here! you understand, Gay, don't  you?"  Anxiety was in h's voice, and she  gone with you, of course, I remember replied: "Yes I understand. Good-  just how I felt. I watched you start, niSht������ Nick. Our time must be more  and the tears were so "near tiiat to  ^xajl nP"  atop them I stooped down and began  "Hold on a minute!  You're really  fussing- with those jonquils. And then   ������U right, aren't you? Not sick or any-  ���������you    came! Oh, I was    so   afraid   thine?"  you'd see! I had the strangest emo  uons. a was nappy and frightened all  tn a breath���������terribly happy because  "Of course."  "And the boys?"  "Oh,   they're  splendid;   but they'll  you'd come, even to say good-bye; be disappointed not to see their dad."  and frightened because I feared my | "Yo������ can te!! 'em he's disappointed  heart was in my ey^s. I was almost to������- 9eel iVs ������ood to hear your voice!  relieved when at last you turned 1'M0 &ettin-T a Httle tiT<** of subsisting:  away, though if you hadn't looked on letters and week-end visits. Good-  back���������if you hadn't come back, Nick, , ni������:ht dear."  I think I should have died." i    "Good=night," said Gay quietly, and  "Why, my     dear,     precious " little j hu*f .up/    __,_,.,.        .    _. ,  Gay!" Nick's voice was husky. "I1 But she didn't move for a minute.  never guessed. Aren't���������aren't women She sat there hy the ^ephonce, her  the very limit? Think of your spring- ^eart PoundlnS too rapidly. "Why on  _������������������. 4-i,D+   ������������������   ,-,._   ^*������. j,    :..t._T-  earth should I mind so much?" s*he  asked herself. "It's ridiculous���������childish. It's not right to get dependent  on one human being for all your happiness, even if he's your husband. If  I let that feeling grow on me I'll be  "Nothing-, except that Nick can't  come tomorrow."  She tried to speak cheerfully, but  her mood  was  not lost  on the  old  man.  "Ain't s'ck, is he ?" he questioned.  "No; but our new ne'ghbor has  asked a favor he couldn't very well  refuse. She has some visitors, and  wants him to drive them to Mason's  Palls on Sunday."  "Can't that cynical husband o" hers  drive a car?"  "She usually drives herself, but she  wants a chauffeur for this special  trip. Her husband's mother has just  died and he's away." ^  "M���������m," growled Simeon. "So  ���������while he attends the funeral, she goes  gallivantin' w'th her fine friends?  Somehow, Gay, I dont noways take  to that neighbor of yours."  A. breath of relief escaped* Gay's  lips.  "It. does rae good to hear you say  so, Uncle Sim. I don't take to her,:  either; yet I can't lay a finger on anything really wrong- with her, except  her silly talk about children spoiling  her career. I don't see that she has  much of a career anyway, though she  does sing- divinely, and paints, too.  Nick says I'm unjust to her. Perhaps  I am. I'll admit that to see her 6rder-  ing a man to -weed those flower beds  she makes such a fuss about, sometimes enrages me. She looks so neat.  Nick spoke of it one day, and I just  know he was wisirng I looked the  same, though he didn't say so."  "Good land! dearie, I wouldn't call  you no 'Slovenly Peter.' "  "Well," Gay answered, with a rueful laugh, "I feel like one when I  look at Mrs. Halliday! It's hard to  keep, up with everything when you  have two babies as young as mine. I  know some of my clothes are behind  the times; but they're not worth sending to a dressmaker, and I'm too  tired to sew myself. But���������but I hate  to have my husband think me-r-his-  toric!"  "Shucks!" said the old man gently,  "He don't think no such thing."  He wouldn't have thought so if it  Actors In  Studio At  Chicago Make  Television History  Sr de-stepping sinister looking  equipment, a small audience squeezed  in between humming machinery in  the control ro'om of station W9XAP  and watched from behind the scenes  what is believed to have been the  world premier broadcast of a synchronized sight-sound dramatic pro=  ductioit.  Irene Wicker, Vinton Haworth and  Douglas Hope, made television history  in their appearance in "The Maker of  Dreams."  ������..  The play'went on the air to be  received by those with a television  and radio combination set, the effect  being a close relative to a small  talkie,-but not without many flaws as  yet. But thd- experts said "Give science time.".  Everything possible was done to  outlaw noise because the creak of  shoe-leather would have given the  impression of artillery in action; the  men played in stockinged feet. The  girls wore soft sandals.  R _F___F%_F    llA.in    WSLV  LU5t YUDK tAl  This sensible way  Start taking Kruachea Salts���������that's  the cpmmcri-sence way to" reduce���������but  don'fYtafce them with, the i<2ca tlmfc  they possess reducing qualities in  themselves.  This is what they do���������they clean out  the impurities in your blood by  keeping, the bowels^ kidneys and liver  in splendid working shape and fill you  with a vigor, and tireless energy you'd  almost forgotten bad existed���������you  get the needful exereise. "  As a result instead of planting yourself in an easy chair every free moment  and letting flabby fat accumulate you  feel ah urge for activity that keeps you  moving around doing the things you've  always wanted to do and needed to do  to keep you in good condition.  Kruschen Salts are the up-to-date  _.GUStaiu.  of Youth.      Take   one-;.aii!  4_F.S2Ty__*?.        _T_        f__       gyln*5*g       _T_>F      l*._r>'4'       mef4_+_B>i-  to-morrow morning and every morning  ���������be careful of tlie foods you eat���������  take regular moderate exercise���������tHen  watch the pounds slide off.  It?������J___ II������_f  '������_>   -L Ul      A  Persian Balm is the one true family aid for skin health and beauty.  Aids the mother in additional loveliness. Protects the tender skin of the  chid. Delights the father as a hair  fixative or cooling shaving lotion. No  matter to what use it is put, it is  always beneficial to the skin. Every  woman should use it. Persian Balm  forehead  fastened in his artist's cap,  cools and    caresses    the    skm    and  "Thou wilt show me the path of  life; in Thy presence is fulness of  joy."���������-Psalm xvi. 11.  I  need Thy presence every  passing  -* hour:  What   but   Thy   grace   can   foil   the  tempter's power?  Who like Thyself my gu'de and stay  can. be ?  Through cloud and sunshine, oh, abide  with me.  You remember the old story of how  Michael   Angelo   wore   ever   on   his  creates    complexion    of    surpassing  loveliness.  a lighted candle, which always shone  brightly on his work, and kept his  shadow from fall'ng on it. If I could  always have thus the light of Christ's  felt presence ever falling onwards on  my path, keeping the shadow of self  behind and out of sight, ah, what an  easy climb it would be then!���������In the  Mists.  thought  Converted  Into Electric  Energy  Invention Of German Professor Something Entirely New  A machine which is said to register thought  by  curves has been  in-       Always Ready assd Reliable.���������Prac  vented by Professor Hans Berger, of' tically all pains arising from inflam-  the University of Jena, Germany. The  ^ati������!?      caf ^ *e .  .removed      with  ..'.,...       i Dr. Thoanas'  Eclectrxc    Oil.     Simply  invention converts thought into elec-1 ^ it  on  Ute   gore  spot  and   it  ig  trie energy, which is registered on' quickly absorbed by the sk'n. Its  a chartv The "thought chart" looks healing power is conveyed to the in-  like a weather or earthquake chart., flamed tissue which is quickly sooth-  Deep th.___.- shO*. vio.e_.t up and ^jJ'^J"���������? %*������������  downs, shallow think-ng merely a zig- , scratches, bruises and sprains. Keep  zag line. So far, nobody has been able a bottle handy always.  to read the thoughts themselves, and  Ing that on me after four whole  years! And I was too much of a dunce  to even know that you were the one  girl in the world���������for me. Well, you'll  have to adm't that It didn't tak& me  long to find it out!"  She looked up at him almost shyly*  further research will be made to discover whethei. an ��������� interpretation of  the curve is possible.  History    Lecturer���������"Can    any    of  you tell me what makes the Tower  hadn't been for Mrs. Halliday," said ] of P'sa lean?"  Gay. "She's not a product of Bakersville, and she'a different from the few  summer people who come to us. I  just can't understand the Hallidays  choosing such a place. They don't flt  In���������never will, I am sure. I suppose  they'll just upset us a b't and go  away���������when she tires of her garden,"  "The sooner, the better," growled  Simeon below his breath; then added  cheerfully: "Now, dearie, don't you go  to gettin' worried about yer looks. 1  come a jailer. Of course Nick couldn't   bet if you was to ask Nick outright  refuse to go w'th Mrs. Hetlliday. This  "Nick���������do you still feel that way ; ts the third time he's dined there; and  about me?"  He laughed, and kissed her.  "I wouldn't change a hair of your  head, imy dnar."  "Really, Nick?"  Her voice sounded so sober that ho  aaid: "Why should you aslc? Haven't  we'll go home on Wednesday anyway,  I ought to be ashamed to mind at  all!"    -  She drew ������ Kiwi, breath and went  back to the piazza. It was dark, and  Simeon couldn't see her face,  "What's up?" he questioned.  Wffiwa^  *\M*m  __PH.tUW>=  For Trouble1?  diieto������������lj{  soun stomach  CONSTIPAJtON  OAS.NA-80A  tSr___3 -������__2S5i. fT,-l.__1 riTi?l_*h"?_>.'^\    -i*^*"5.    fWT'.a   H   _^3~  GBJT I_l~~ ������... ^uuLdrond of pain after , soaked stomach and taowola���������nss'sts  eating. ISat w thout fear of "Indigo's- those organs to function as thoy  tion," -out1 sto-xaac.U, cllsagrcoablo gaa  shcJuld.  Phillips' Milk of. Magnesia Iss whal.  you nood when a bad breath, coated  tongue, headaches, nausea or bullous  o������ li.cu.da.ches.  Whon your    food form on ts,    "dls-  ngrcey," lies like   a   lump   in   yout        _    .    stomach It's a sign of too much acid, ness indicates an- pvor-aokl condition.  You nood not resort to arwdo method.) Take a spoon.ul today and for several  ���������������������������take Instead an untl-ac:kl that will days and soo how It swootcnH tho Byi_-  correct the condition. Phillips' Milk torn. You won't bo no-arly so liable  of Magnesia.   ' to colds or B'nlcneB9. All drugstores in.  A Bpoonrul of this pleanant-tafltlMg,   tho Dominion Roll It in fiOc bottles.  Booth Lug fluid neutralizes many Mmoo I    Genuine Milk of MaorncHla Is always  Its volume In acid.      It restores tha  a liquid���������never a tablet. I.o.ok .for th*  proper alkullno balance to an acid-1 name Flil!llp:i ou tho bottle.  he'd say you'd got Mrs. Halliday beat  to a frazzle."  He rocked quietly for a while. Save  for tho frogs down by the mill pond,  the night was quiet, untl, suddenly,  a ���������whip-poor-will raised its voice.  "First I've heard this year," said  Simeon quietly; then: "Dearie, if I  was to make you a little present���������say  a hundred dollars I got cluttcr'n' up  my desk, couldn't you buy some o'  them airy nothih's like Mrs. Hnlli-  dav's, without the bother o' goin* to  a dressmaker? Soenjs like I se?.n  catalogues o' most everything under  heaven, from this new-fangled underwear they call undies, to party dress-  os that ain't got no baclts. Not that  rm advisln'you to dress that-a-way;  but you can't be- young only once,  Gay, and X wouldn't want to think  you was goin' w.thout things you  hanker fov���������not while I don't know  whp.t to do with my spare faa-h/''  For a minute Gay did not Epeak,  then she. arose Impulsively, and seating herself upon tho old man's knoo,  klssocl his choolc.  "Uncle Sim.���������you'r*. the- most understanding person in tho world. My  flrst thought, after gratitude to you,  was that I mustn't tdko a gift l'ko  that from anybody; but I've changed  my mind because 1 know it will make  you S&appy to give hitpplncaa to sno. -  don't say I'll opond it all on. olothoa;  Corpulent Lady: "I don't lenow, or  I'd take sorae myself."  va_.uat.ie manuscript  A valuable Syriac manuscript in  the University of Chicago weighs 50-  pounds and its parchment pages .are  expected to reveal new light on  Christ'anity in the Dark Ages, for it  deals with "A Collection of Selected!  Discourses On All the Feasts Composed by Orthodox Holy Fathers."  V^:.Iablets���������YLL  Aspirin  For  ^mm      .        mom.       jl       ^tmmkmjm*   m   m    em.   dmWmw  HEADACHES  I  W.    N.   0.   X87tt  Prompf relief From  COLDS* ������������������������������������������������  SORE THROAT . ,  RHEUMATISM . . ���������  LUMBAGO  NEURITIS   ACHES and PAINS  Does not harm the heart  TRADE-MAUK RKO*  Accept ontu "Anpltin" parage wli.ch eonta.nn provim. dlrectionn. Hnndy  "AapirEn" liosca of 12 tablets* Abo S. s-Ltlca ������I Zt iui-tl 100���������AU dmuuiHtH.  \ 1  THIS   C__.J_.STUJ*   itJSVlJ-W  Local and Fersonai  FOR RENT���������Furnished room Apply  Mrs. John Arrowsmith, Creston.  FOR RENT���������Five-room house, partly  furnished,   G. J. Bayle, Northport, Wash.  Businesses outside the village paid  $250 of trade licenses last year, a gain of  $8 over 1929.  FOR SALE���������Five-room house and five  lots, about 25 fruit trees. G. J. Bayle,  Northport, Wash,  LAND FOR SALE���������40 acres, all  under cultivation and every foot irrigated; if desired can bs had in 10 or 20-acre  tracts. Apply to owner, E. NOUGUIER,  Canyon. B.C.  CHRIST CHURCH  CRESTON  For 1830 a tolal of ������105 was collected  In dog licenses at the local provincial  "���������olice office.   A_nuse_nsnt- tax was $209.  Eggs are down to 256 cents a dozen  to  the poultryman,   the   lowest   price  hen  fruit has touched in January. for many  years.  FOR SALE���������40 one-year old White  Leghorn hens, just commencing  to lay;  Mawson,  Urceil Faeris, sen   of   Mr.   and   Mrs.)    The Junior Auxiliary of Christ Church  J. G. Farris, left on Sunday for Bonners ( are introducing novelty features at  their  Hall on  Friday,    January   30th.    Good   prizes,  Ferry where he will attend high school ior ; masquerade dance at the Parish  the winter and spring terms.  _ _��������� __.������  V ������=-a aw .  CRESTON���������7.30 p.m., Evensong.  OH AS* M&ORE  E/VQ/������������E������  SURVEYOR  ARCHITECT  CRB&TON.  e.c.  F.  H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  I__Bt.ng_ solicited.  CRESTON.    S.C.  while they last "at $1 each.   V.  Creston.  PIANO FOR SALE���������Weston full steel  frame upright piano, in good shape,  $200. Apply at ranch, D. S. Timmons,  Creston.  FOR SALE���������Team heavy horses, in  good flesh. Also two milch cows, one  just freshened, and some baled hay. E.  Nouguier,  Canyon.  To-night's social attraction is the  bridge under Woman's Auxiliary  auspices at the Parish Hall, cards starting at 8.15 prompt.  Our former townsman Bill Arrowsmith  ���������ssag a ���������-3ndid__t _ for school trustee at the  elections at Rossland this month* but  failed to make the grade.  For 1930 the secretary's report at the  annua! meeting of the^Farmers' Institute  showed that close to $20,000 flour, feed,  etc., was handled last year.  The Legion have secured the hall at  Canyon for another novelty dance to be  held Friday, February 13th, with music  \ by A I. Fredericks orchestra.  FOR SALE (or will trade for hay)���������  Set bobsleighs,  in good shape.     Wood  J sawing outfit without engine.    Also coal  theater.     C. Hollm  (J. Hobden ranch)  ! Creston.  The long-wanted fall of snow made its  appearance on Thursday morning and  up till mid-afternoon almost six inches  had fallen nnd was still coming.  At the annual meeting of Creston  Board of Trade on Friday night, Col.  Mallandaine wes re-elected president.  J. S. Clowes is the new secretary.  Inadvertently the name of Mrs. S. A.  Speers was omitted from the list of  teachers in St. Stephen's Presbyterian  Sunday school in last we.-k's Review.  D. Bradley got, away on Sunday to  Kelowna, where he is delegate from  Creston Valley at the annual conference  of the B. C. Fruit Growers Association.  At their annual meeting of Creston  Farmers' Institute on Wednesday afternoon last $25 was voted for an Institute  life membership in the Creaton hospital.  The Woman's Auxiliary of Christ  Church announce a bridge for Friday,  January 23rd, in the Parish Hall, with  cards at 8.15 p.m. prompt. Admission  50 cents.  The Junior Auxiliary of Christ Church  announce a masquerade dance for  Friday evening, January 30th, at the  Parish Hall, to which the admission  75 cents.  good   music and  a  for 75c. admisBionr  splendid supper all  United Church  Rev. R. E. CRIBB, B.A., Minister.  9-  >  w  *  ���������  You can depend on a full  ��������������� _f������ h-������ t_ jr*      ;  here at all times.  __r  nrpefnn Vallev  fln-flnpraiiva. Assn  CRESTON  Two Stores  ERICKSON  __. _a . aa. ^. __.. _____.__.___.- __..__ . ��������� . -.. __ . ��������� - _____,. _____.. __ __a .__..__.. __. .__.___..  _TBi__rr_~*~*"'g__Bfr��������� Miri'"*���������"aw ������������������___~" ���������"������_������������������i~���������?__r~~- -lar"-"*"MT" ^���������wHF,J'T,Tf1*>"'j__STJ'Ji7'  ta, J_Bawfeja<ta^WWIi������_jaM-s!WB8������_fci!_������ ��������� WB_������ ������.^_WiSgBfc^;j.ai33BPro-lfliT31Mfe  SPECIAL   OFFERING!  Fin  %0 mjf  ONLY  Size 27 x 54 inches  Bright colors  ntlCED TO CLEAR  50c.  IS  Quite a number from town were at  Rykert's on Wednesday afternoon for  funeral of the late J. C. Rykert, who  passed away on Monday after a quite  long illness.  Enrollment at Creston public school is  now 215, and if the increase is maintained it is possible still another room  and a seventh teacher will be required at  midsummer.  Amongst.the facts submitted in the  president's address at the board of trade  annual were those for the local police  office, which last year had a cash intake  of $10,808. This is a gain of $1892 over  the year previous.  A. combined Crssron-Wynndel sexette  played Yahk to a 1-1 tie at hockpy at  Wynndel on Sunday afernoon. It was  by long odds the best game of the  season. A return game wiii be played at  Yahk this Sabbath.  M J. Lizak wishes t announce that he  has taken over the shoe repair business  of B. Morabito, and is continuing the  business at the old stand. Satisfaction  guaranteed, prices moderate, and work  done when premised.  Mr. and Mrs Victor Carr were hosts  to the Alice Siding- Whist Club on  Friday night at which the high score  prizes were made by Mrs. and Mr. W.  A. Pease. " Tonight the club will be the  guests of Mi. and Mrs. Kelly.  B. Morabito, who recently assumed  the proprietorship of the King George  Hotel, has disposed, of ^his shoe repair  business to M. j. Lizak, who took  possession this week. Mr. Lizak h_s  had a shop at Wynndel for the past  year.  Material is being hauled for a new  super service station that Romano  brothers are erecting on their location on  the Talerico estate on Canyon road,  about opposite the tourist park. Their  stand will be opposite the proposed new  hotel.  11.00 a.m.--WYNNDEL.  4.00 p.m.���������CANYON.  7.30 p.m.���������CRESTON.  -&���������_������_____���������������  I  _--������������������- ���������.-���������.-���������.. ������������������--_.._-���������-  ________  TRY SUB SERVICE; WITH LIKE IT  Another handsome silver trophy has  just arrived for Creston Curiing Club, a  gift from Cranbrook Brewing Company,  for annual cornpetion to be arranged by  the local club.  Rev. Carl Janzow ' of Nelson spent  j the weekend in Creston Valley, and  (assisted Rev. C. Basse with the  j Lutheran     Church    services    jon   this  I _;__._:_. ���������    *i���������j"-._  Ciitun ou   ounuay.  A. G. Strudwieke of Kitchener was a  business visitor in Creston on Monday.  He is president of the Lead ville Mining  Company,'which has its annual meeting  on February 2nd  Slightly eolderweather set in on Tuesday and curling was resumed that evening.   It is hoped to complete the play in  the opening competition, President vs  Vice-President, this week.  Dr. and Mrs. Roy Lillie of Blairmore,  Alberta, were here for a weekend visit  with his mother, Mrs. O. Lillie. They  made the return trip by auto, Mrs.  Liiiie, sr., accompanying them.  Two applications for permission to install service stations on the east side of  the village, along Canyon Road, were  given favorable consideration at the  January meeting of the village council.  At the annual meeting of Trinity  United Church on Friday night reports  submitted indicated that the junior  section of the Sunday school had had the  best year in the congregation's history.  The village assessment roll for 1931  has just been completed and shows  just about $428,000 of assessable  property in Creston. Of this amount  $255,000 is represented in improvements.  Provincial police R. H. Hassard was a  business visitor at Nelson at the first of  the week, taking with him a prisoner by  the name of Peterson who was sentenced  by Magistrate Mallandaine to a term for  theft.  SERVICE TO  ���������ALL  CARS  GAS,  OIL and  a nnws.QrtT-TRs  REBORING and  VALVE GRINDING  with up-to-date  machinery  Let us give  your Motor  new life!  Ill yylifii      Pfsliiiff^  Canyon Si. at Barton Ave  4  4  .  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  I  4  4  ���������  4  4  mt  ���������m  VfMrmmm^mmmmwmmmm  ^���������^_SS8t������5s-^3?*iffi1^&���������%rillS������K:  Pre-Stock - takin  Clearance Sale of  Men's SUITS  1  MEN will find here an opportunity  decidedly uncommon. Tailoring and  eare in making mark these SUITS and  OVERCOATS as of unusual worth in  every instance.  Included in the assortment are fine Blue  Grey Serge Suits and Tweed Overcoats.  Exceptional value. Regular stock at $35.00.  We vre offering these Suits to clear at the  low price of  4.75  I  CRESTON MERCANTILE  C O BVs ������ _A IM Y |    LTDi  ������i.Ui  ���������JETS  .j^m������������su;_^ii_������-. i ���������&*%&&) b������'  A meeting of all Valley  fruit growers will be  held in  Unifod G-ircSs pssHint  MQN, JAM.  at 2.30 p.m.  BUSINESS'.  To hear the "reports of the  delegates at  B.C.F.G.A.  eon von tion   at   Kelowna  thifl week.  All Growers are Invited  OVERCOATS at $14.50 and $22.50  -___?���������       /\  Dry Goods, Groceries.  wsmmmss.  SPEERS  PHONE 3    Furniture, Hardware  J\  'TrniiniK,'   tsiiiu*.:'��������� .������vn wc   .   .mll������iv.._  ^y*"y y " *^mm^'m*^mmjmm**^m*^mmurm*^m*tm4*f*^^ *m>* mtg<**Mtnmf * mmimamf * |������ii|imi m >  Greston Blacksmith^ Plumbing &  Heating Company  Can supply you with anything you  need   sp   the   General   Blacksmith,  Plumbing and Heating line.  Wc carry n complete line ot Bathroom Fixtures in stock*  Baths, Toilets, Baking Sinks, Range Boilers, Pipes  and  m*y kind o_   Fitting, Eavetrough, Soil   Pipes,  Vitrified and Tile Drain Pipes, &c.  In the BLACKSMITH line we give you the very beat  of service, as we have the Stock, we have the Tools,  twd we have the men who can do the work.  1  STEEMST'.RTJ.P <& _R._E__E1_>  /  ���������><"a1..alV.A..A_..__ . _..__.. A.__..,__________.._1_._L.__���������___,.__..__,-.__..__,___.. A.__,___,.__._.__,_ * , _h.. II ._>.,. *... ifc...__...Tft ,_^M^.r  4


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