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 Provincial Library api 31  w >W,.-���������_-_   US_  V  "������������������*   ' *      '     ���������* Hi      _J *      't___   .m%\\_.   B  AJ__^   f f  Vol. XXII.  CRESTON, B C FBI  ,"  JANUARY 30.   1931  No.  45  trinity united  Church Annual  Reports, from All Departments  Indicate   Satisfactory4 Year���������  Aid Provides Electric Light at  ��������� Manse���������New Organ. Can von  Members and adherents of Trinity  United Church were out in good  numbers for the annual congregational  meeting in the church on January 16th,  which was presided over by the pastor,  Rev. R. E. Cribb, and ihe reports submitted by the various organizatiens indi  cated that 1930 had been an active one  in. all quarters.  The report of, session submitted by the  pastor showed that attendances at the  regular.services had been well maintained and the work of the eholn under the  leadership of Mrs. Kemagian, had  shown improvement. For the yeaj^ Mr.  Cribb    reported    four  baptisims,  history of the church at that point. At  Wynndel the ladies -have met their  allocation in connection, with the M. &  M. Fund, and the Sunday school, in  charge ������������������of Mrs. Abbot and Miss Olga  Hagen, reports a .good year. . Church  attendances at Wynndel-are well up to  the average of other years.  At Canyon the Ladies' Aid had one of  its best years in 1980 under the presidency of Mrs. McRobb.   Prom the funds  TSSi-__-S^'  $".}_:-_   SS;?*?   %fc ������__"#������������������   V->������__rt_    -������-"---*   _-*_   V������������-������-n"S-i ***������.   ���������*  ������,.__.������__tw\aav-  w__-ih������. ������**_.%__   **���������������%_.   a_>*_������_-U   m������_ia-_i   vvr  ������*<_������4 L_xiCM-t *m  new organ and give appreciated afctent-*  ion to the.interior decoration of the  church. The Sunday school, under Miss  Helen McRobb has had a large  attendance and is in charge of a staff of  five teachers.  rr-T  Delegates Report  BaGaFlG. A. Meet  Greston Delegates Only Ones to  Oppose Central Selling Policy  ���������Effort to Safeguard Greston's  Interests Fayorably Received.  four  Mrs. Angus Cameron, who has been  a  visitor at New  Denver for a. couple of.  weeks, has returned home. J  T. !>ugdale of Bellvue, Alberta, is' a  visitor at his ranch at Erickson.  Creston Valley orchardists were out in  large numbers Monday afternoon for the  meeting in athe United Church hall,' at  which W. G. Littlejohn and Don.  Bradley, Creston'^ delegates to the .B.C.  Ia*..aaa4"/���������.,*._.���������*__.>-. A flnAn._4.MM .....a v.-.^.d..._������. _%4*  a- i.u_a^Lwn ������(>   .������__-HM_'i-a_ai.__ri._..   tuisai v*_:ia*'_vs__.   <_a.  Kelowna last week, submitted practical  reports on all thai had transpired at the  provincial horticultural conference.  Mr. Littlejohn .presided, and C. B.  Twigg acted as secretary._  Mr.   Bradley opened proceedings by  " ["very briefly reporting all the resolutions  marriages aud he bad been ealled upon  to take cha.^e of six funerals.  Mrs. Kernaghan reported for the  Women's Missionary Society whicb had  met its obligations in full in connection  with the missionary feature of the  church work. For the Mission Band,  Mrs. F. Bunt, supervisor, reported an  equally successful year with a band of  15 members.  The Ladies, Aid report was the best in  the past two or three years* and was  submitted by Mrs. M. R. Joyce. The  teas, concert, 'dinner and bazaar had  been financial successes, and from the  revenues derived the ladies had paid for  the wiring of the manse as well as making a further payment on the church  debt.  .    .' ���������  Under the leadership oL W,. $���������Truscott  the Sunday Scfeooi-febniittueS^  and is now employing a staff of   eight:  teachers.   The cradle roll   department.  in charge of Miss Edith  Cook, reported  an enrollment of 26, while for the Bible  Class "F. Bunt, teacher, reported attendances    and    interest    uniformly   well  sustained.  The men's organization, the Beaver  Brotherhood, experienced quite a busy  year. All the sneetings bad been of  interest and plans are laid for fully as  active a twelve months in 1931. The  past year, with its fin? racial, depression,  had not entirely left Trinity unscathed,  but though a deficit this year is a fact, it  is negligible, and following the somewhat  poorer season for the district is not entirely unexpected.  Stewards elected are: Mrs. George  Cartwright, Mrs. Kernaghan, W. J.  Craig, F. Bunt,,W. J. Truscott, G. Cartwright, and vie. Mawson, the latter  being re-elected treasurer. Along with  these go one representative elected by  eachr organization in the church to  complete the board, of management.  Trinity has a board  of five elders.  For the   other  fields Lister has just  closed the best year financially in the  Hospital Benefit  1������ considered at the gathering and the  action that was taken on them. Bulk  shipments of apples was under fire but  this resolution v*&s allowed to stand.  This style of marketing apples has made  friends, appareutly, at Salmon Arm, a  district   planted   heavily to Wealthys,  attending the B.C. Fruit Growers  Association convention. He was reelected director for Creston Valley.  Rev. A. Garlic^ of Crest-on, will be  bere on Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock  for Anglican Church service at the  schoolhouse.  M.ss Joan Kemp is a  Creston  visitor  this week, a guest of Mrs. Levirs.  Erickson ladies bad a well attended  meeting at Mrs. Putnam's on - Monday  night at which it was decided to put on  a bridge at the Parish Hail in aid of the  Creston public hospital. It will be held  Friday evening, February 6th, with  cards at 8.15. The admission is 50  cents. '.   -..  _p;'^;^^j|en^wsis' a Nelson visitor  lastFweeki called������������������"���������-to: the bedside Of her  daughter, Emma, who had undergone  aa operation for appendicitis.  E. S. Bailey of Cranbrook, supervisor  of "Your" Cash Stores at Creston and  Wynndel,.'"'was   a   business visitor here  1_~4-   _-r=_~l.  uuu -rec-ra,  Mrs. Reg. Price was a weekend visito-  in Creston, a guest of Mr. and Mrs.  Albert Davies.  R.    Cornwall    and   baby   of  are    visitors here  with   her  Mr. and Mrs L. A. Davis.  -Mrs.  Riondel  parents,  The K.K. Klub meeting last week was  well attended, and a splendid time was  reported by all. Games and dancing  were the order of the evening. The  elimiantion waltz was won qy Miss J.  Pederson vand Paul Of ner. A motion  was passed to drop the membership age  limit from 16 to 15 years. Doug.  Butterfield was named convenor of the  committee handling the fancy dress  carnival which is to be held at i a future  date. j  The K.K. Klub dance on Friday  evening was a ..p.ei.u.d suepsss. Although the crowd was smaller than  anticipated, owing to bad weather conditions, a very enjoyable evening was  Bpent. The music by Al. Fredericks*  orchestra was first-class, and supper,  served by K.K.K. members, left nothing  to be desired.  and a representative from there had  figures to show t at for 1930 while bulk  shipping had reduced the demand by  100,000 boxes for boxed apples, bulk  shipments had increased from 5870 tons  in 1929 to 10,481 tons in 1930, and it  was figured shipping at $40 a ton was  equal to $1.20 ]ber box.  ��������� The resolution approving of centra!  selling was debated for three hours,  and finally passed by a vote of 38 for 2  against, the two opponents being Messrs.  Littlejohn and Bradley. However there  were 20 delegates- who refused to vote.  The proposed: biE; creating central sell-  Jn&Jg^no^  summary wati^ubnvitted to the convention andsi --stipulates that on a 66 per  cent, favorable; vote central selling becomes law. Every owner or operator of  two or more acres tn ay vote3 provided he  is a British supject. The act to remain  in force five years.  Mr. Littlejohn was thoroughly  businesslike in reporting on the activities  of himself and Mr. Bradley both in and  out of the convention, They commenced . feeling out likely parties and  executives as soon as they arrived on  Sunday and were on. the job up till the  time of leaving. They had met the  B.C.F.G.A. executive and in the time at  their disposal had threshed out the  Littlejohn resolution unanimously adopted at the Black meeting here in  December. The executive had requested that a letter be sent them fully  settiug forth the meaning of this  resolution and it was agreed by Monday's meeting that a committee of  Frank  Putnam,  R.   J.   Long,   J.   W.  Hamilton, D. Bradley and Mr. Little-:  john sit in at a meeting and prepare  such a letter.  Notwithstanding the Sanford Evans  report, which completely discredited  central selling, Mr. Littlejohn assured  the meeting that ihe legislature would  be asked to pass the desired legislation,  and that in their activities at Kelowna  he and Mr. Bradley had been chiefly  concerned in doing what they could to  _._������_>__...___.    _-������_������a���������+__���������������   :..J-���������___4._   __,4-U^_   l^n������  ocaaa^KaacMa��������� VLCObVU ca **_ feci, csafro LavucL   v_ic_aa  by offering straight   opposition*  which  latter the growers themselves would have  opportunity to show when the vote is  taken on the bill, if the legislature  approves.  Mr. Littlejohn and Mr. Bradley were  quite convinced they had made quite a  favorable impression in their requests for  consideration. Th - former agreed with  much contained in the Evans report but  was entirely opposed tb the Evans recommendation that the fruit growers go  back to the old days of open selling and  consignment. C~3  Mr. Bradley had a report on 1930  developments in the matter of converting surplus crops into by-products.  Experiments had been carried on at  Summerland experimental -station in  dehydration but- it had been found - that  better results could be had with apricots  if sun drying was used. Okanagan  prunes had been lacking in the needed  sugar content, but with some additional  tariff protection it was believed Royal  Anne cherries could be turned out ss the  Marchino product very profitably.  Eminently successful had been the  experiments in making brandy out of  apples. From a ton of standard  vsurieties it was possible to m_ e 16  gallons of high class brandy, and if the  Ottawa government would somewhat  reduce the excise tax at present imposed  there is no reason why brandy making  might not be carried on at a good profit.  As to cider, experiments were being  made in .Nova Scotia but as y^t. no  report is to hand. ~ ���������*  The meeting was quite unanimous  that Creston should, have at least one  man at Victoria to look after local  interests when the central selling bill is  before committee, but enthusiasm was  somewhat lacking in the matter of  providing fnnds to meet a delegate's  expenses' On motion, this feature was  referred to he committee of , five who  are drafting the letter to be sent the  B.C.F.G.A. The usual vote of thauks  to Messrs. Bradley and Littlej'ohn for  their good work was carried enthusiastically.  Creston Doubles  Score on Yahk  Creston Has 16 Wins in 24 Sets  ���������Locals Show Superiority in  Mixed Doubles���������Honors for  Season Slightly Favor Yahk.  Hostilities were, resumed as  between  the  Badminton  talent   of   Yahk   and  Creston'when a sqnad of about- a dozen  players   from   Yahk Wednesday" night  last   tried   conclusions -with   a   similar  number from Creston.   24 games of 15  points were played and Creston emerged  a  winner of sixteen  of them.   Honors  were   even   in   the  men's  and - ladies'  doubles but in the mixed doubles Creston showed superiority, although in two  or three instances overtime had to be  played.   The tournament was   held  in  the Parish Hail and was witnessed by a  number of local club members and  other  friends of the sport.   On this occasion  lunch was served earlier in the evening,  ann  play was continued for about an  hour after supper.   This makes the third  inter-town clash of these players, and on  games won Yahk shows a ciear lead of  three, the totals being Yahk 44,  Creston  41.   The first meeting here in December  waa quite exciting, Creston v. inning hy s.  margin   of one, which Yahk decisevly  reversed by trimming the locals 24 to 12  on Creston's visit to Yahk.   Players and  scores:  Mrs. Levirs and H. Cornwall, Creston,  beat Mrs.  ... iiair.ilton  and A. "verch?.  Yahk, 18���������16, and lost to them 12���������15..  Miss Meldrum and O. Sostad, Creston,  beat Mrs. Erskine and G. Baker, Yahk,.  15���������8.  Miss Meldrum and O. Sostad, Creston t.  beat    Mrs.   Erskine  and J. Hamilton,  Yal^a^-ll. .,_.,;...;. Y   ., ,.._���������  ." Miss P. Foxall and Dr. McKenzie,  Creston, beat Mrs. J. Hamilton and D.  Hamilton Yank, 17���������16.  Payne and E.  Marriott,  Mr.   and  Mrs.   Palmer,.  Under the auspices of the  Erickson    Ladies'   Com  mittee, in  the  AT THE HOSPITAL  Parish Hall  FS   . ������3 -  CARDS At 8.1.5 j\ m. Prompt  Good Prizes  Splendid Supper  Entire   proceeds   to   Oreston  Valley Public Hospital.  II 5-  Saturday Morning  ���������>  'Admission  50c  Mrs. Norman Cnaigie, .alter  a Bt������y of a few days, was dis-  i������TnrfcW"(rv.n<1   r>tm    \X7nrlrinr������H_,*,iw  Frank Putnam was admitted  on Tuesday for removal of  tonsils, and was able to leave for  home Wednesday��������� (  . '  ������������������ 'Mrs. Geo. NSckelis progressing  favorably since an operation a  Tittle over a week ago.  Elea Foerster and Sidney  Wigen have had their tonsils removed this week.  Miss Editiv Cook who, with  Mjrs, Garfield, was admitted .or  a tonsil operation Wednesday  morning, has the distinction of  betas* the 100th patient admitted  to the hospital.  JAN. Slat.  8 a.m. to NOON ONLY  5 loaves for 25c.  '    CASH.  'REGULAR PRICE  __f*te __f"^ *mM   _H_M  / 2 foBP 15c.  for. 25c  Fraser's Bakery  CRESTON  Mc Alpine's   Poultry   Makes  Great Showing  Complete figures covering production  at the 12-months' egg-laying contest at  the Dominion Experimental Farm at  Indian Head, Sank., which closed last  month, have been compiled and W. S.  McAlpine of the Barred Feather Poultry  Farm, Oreston, ha_> received two prize  ribbons- informing him that hia pen of  Rhode Island Reds provided the birds  making the highest as well - as the third  u;������jhof.l. Rhowinc of the ������.50 birds in the  contest. First prize pullet had a record  of 253 eggs for the year's work, and third  prize produced 248 eggs. Entered in  the contests, were .36, pens made up of  Hods; ��������� Rocks, Leghorns anjl White  Wyandofcfct.s, and for thie first 82 weeks  the McXlpShC'j. eh ' was in the leacl���������  giving top production in tfye whiter  months wholvcgea are at the high price.  In the 1031 contest to date the 'IVJIc-  Alpine pen is again leading having bircls  in first, second, seventh and tenth  places at present. ,;'  ; Miss Nora'  Creston, beat,  Yahk, 15���������7.  . Miss Payne and E. Marriott, Crestonr  beat, Mrs. J. Hamilton and D. Hamilton,.  Yahk, 15���������5. ;  Miss Beth Putnam and E.- Whitfield.  Creston, lost, to Mr. and Mrs. Willaims,  Yank. 10���������15 aud 8���������15.  Miss M. Hamilton and P. MePhee,.  Creston, beat, Mrs. Erskine and D.  Hamilton, Yahk, 17���������16 and 16���������6.  Miss' Putnam" and Mrs. Levirs,  Creston, lost to Mrs. Williams and Mra.  Palmer, Yahk, 7���������15.  Mrs. Levirs and Miss Putnam, Cre*>  ton, beat Mrs. Williams and Mrs. D.  Hamilton, Yahk, 17���������15.  Miss Payne and Miss Foxall, Creston,  beat Mrs. J. Hamilton, and Mrs. D.  Hamilton, Yahk, 15���������11, and 15���������6.  Miss Meldrum and Miss Hamilton,  Creston, lost.to Mrs. Willaims and Mrs.  Erskine, Yahk, 7���������15 and beat them  17���������16.    ,  H. Cornwall and E. Whltfield.Creston,  loat to L. Williams and G. Baker, Yahk,  8���������15 and 17���������18.  FJ. Marriott and P. MePhee, CrfiRton.  lost to D. Hamilton and A. Verch, Yahk,  11���������16, and beat them 15���������1.  Dr. McKenzie and O. Sostad, Creston,  beat R. Higgins and J. Hamilton, Yahk,  15���������3 and 16���������7.  R. Telford and Dr. McKenzie,  Creaton, beat G- Baker and A. Verch,  Yahk, 17���������16.  ;.  \m**������   WW N* *"*.**    ***** ** M  mfSMmfMM  *******  mi mm      iff  Grover Kifo.% who ia now at Canal  Flats,   waa  renewing acquaintances in  Canyon a f������. w dayu laut week, and wu^ a  gucBt at tho Samuelson homo. '  Mrs. McRobb, who .ma boon visiting  with her daughter, Mrs. Houle,. at  Kimberley, for the past month, .arrived  homo on Saturday, motoring down \wlth  Goo. Boyco, who waa a weekend vtgltor  here. ��������� .''...;-..''  Tho community hall In booked for tho  night of February lHth, When tho  Legion are hnving a St. Valentino dunce,  commencing nt 9 o'clock. ;  Tho Canyon  talonfc  in  tho   Players  orchestra at Creaton for the past two  years, have organized an orchestra of  their own, under tho leadership of  Principal Stephens.  For the FarmeW' . Institute benefit  concert on February 14th it ia announces! that the highland Hing dunce will bo  ono   of tho, features.  Ca nyon was favored with snowfalls on  Thursday last and again On Sunday but  the rain and mild weather that line  followed has taken most of it away, to  tho benefit of .the land aa the moisture  has gone dow.:.        l       .  Canyon orchard!sta wero out in  considerable force for the B.C.F.G.A.  mooting at Creston on Monday afternoon.  Axel  Bergrren   haa   started   up   hia  portable mill nenr Camp 3 and iu busy  on a cut of tics.   The othom hero who-  ha vim'   contractu    for   hewn    ties   aro  alHO busy. ���������EHE   KEVIjSW.   CRESTON.   B.   G.  fan eai*ss������-e Iwiy Siselli  quality fog* less  Brown label Salada 7������>ct. a lb  gT^.ain������    __   _______^__L_a^        fPjf^  "*___"  m. IH.       I___4 *������_____ T_l_aa__*_rfl^3  ^H^ggi OE*i ������  ������4������i* ^ssss <oe.������E>j_������i__  .Read For Recreation and Profit  Device For Astronomers  Revolving   Platform   Enables   Star-  Gazers To Change Their Position  ���������A/' piece of machinery to enable  readers of the stars to ride has been  built-by the General Electric Company at its',' plant in West Lynn,  Mass., and is on ita way to a Harvard  University   observatory     in    South  ft 'Pw* r������������ ������������������.������������������_-' . .   *���������  mtJ*m+m> -    V-Mh  The device is an observers' platform, which revolves in any position,  enabling the astronomer following  the course of a star to change his  position with the rotation of the telescope. It is operated by electric motor, w'th push button close to the observer's hand.  The platform was designed at the  suggestion of Dr. Harlow Shapley,  director of the Harvard astronomical  observatory. It is to be installed in  the Boyden Station of thc Harvard  observatory at Bloomfontein, South  Africa, It will be used with a 60-inch  telescope.  won^i d^ml&Ie Wiift Heal&iE  If we are to believe what the da-"ly press tells us���������and doubtless in tlio  toain it gives us till of truth it can And���������a certain professor ������n a United  Btates university has written a book on "The Art Off .Rapid Reading." He  says that a. fast reader��������� and almost anybody can hecome one by trying���������  can get away wth 130 books a year, or around twelve a month; and if this  swift reader will give but two hours a day to the matter he can read  12,960,000 words a year, which would "be around 36.000 words a day. And  this, mi__d you, exclusive of newspaper and magazine reading. Just books,  you know. The professor says that any fairly intelligent reader can teach  himself to read at least half again as fast as he now does.  I have not seen the professor's book, and if I should come across it, I  am not likely to read it.    The scope -of my ambition does not embrace a l-  dtsire to be a "rapid" reader. 1 do not wish to set myself a stint of so na  books to be travelled through swiftly within a given number of months, or j  weeks, or days. I can get along nicely without ben*g -able to boast of having  scanned 12,000,000 odd words in a twelvemonth, and I cannot muster regret  at the end of a busy day if I have not done _ny daily 30,000 words, or ten  thousand, or one thousand, or none at all.   In fact, I could run quite happily \  ar<d  profitably for a considerable number of  days withotit lmvj.ig seen a  printed or written word and without having written one. I could spend the  time just thinking over what I had read and deciding how much of it was  wortli remembering.  Why do we read!? More particularly, why do we read books ? Doubtless  each one would give a different reason for reading, but in a general way,  wc read for information, for entertainment, for self-improvement, and for  pleasure. I like to read in much the same way as I go for a walk. A  reasonably rap!d pace where the way is open and there is not much in the  Burroundings to claim special attention; a slower pace when I enter the  woods or where the general view is inviting: a pause for some particular  view or to listen to the song of a b'rd or to watch the ever-changing tracery  of the mist in the valley or around the hill tops or to marvel over the girth  and height of some forest giant; to throw myself at full length on a bank  of moss and just dream. But never in any circumstance to gauge or value  the walk by the number of steps I may have taken or the miles I may have  travelled.  We walk for recreation���������the re-creationf refreshment, upbuilding and  unfold-ng of our bodies and minds. When we have the choice we should  read for recreation, for profit, for mental and spiritual benefit, for pleasure,  lasting pleasure. We should read as a prospector looks for gold, rapidly, if  we wish, where there are no signs of buried treasure, carefully where the  "���������color" shows, and with infinite leisure but keen alertness when we strike a  a vein or d'scover a nugget .For it is the nuggets, the gems, buried in the  printed pages of books which give zeal and zest to reading and the discovery  of which repays richly for the time spent.  Not how fast can you read, but how thoroughly, should be thc chief rule  for any reading that is worth while. Reading which is not worth while is  sheer waste of time. Reading for the beauty of style and of thought and of  expression, savoring each polished phrase as you would savor the d.aintie3t  morsel of food, till you have drawn from it all of its flavor and taste and  charm. Your inner ear attuned to catch the music of the words. Your fancy  alert to catch the play -of fancy of the writer. Pausing now and then to  chase to its lair every word you do not understand. That is the way, I take  it, to read, when it is your choice to do so, for pleasure and profit.  Don't try to match the mass production of the publishers with mass  reading. Better give 12,960 000 seconds to thinking than to rapid scann'ng  of an equal number of words, if you cannot compass both. Don't read so  much that ycuvhave no time left to th*nk over what you read or have read.  Taking the matter by and wide, you will get more profit and pleasure out of  slow than out of rapid reading, and you will have time to garner the gems,  to listen to the music and to revel in the beauty inherent in all good writing.  Nerves Oat of Gear  Need     New,    Rich    plood  Restore   Their   Tone  To  Men and women with nerves out of  gear become irritable, fretful and ill-  tempered.      The fault is not theirs���������  poor health is the causa.    The tired  wife or mother whose household duties  have  worn her out;   the breadwinner whose anxietv for his family  ^ jhave worried him until he was ill. are  ~���������~ i the ones who become run down. Their  ~  j* ] digestion    becomes     bad   and   ihe'r  nerves  ill-fed.     The   nerves  like  all  bodily organs need healthv red blood  and that red blood can best be trained  through  a course   of   Dr.   Williams*  iriiik Fll*s.  Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills make rich,  red blood: improve disrestionr  strengthen the tired nerves and bring  energy and happiness not only to the  sufferer but to thope around him.  They are sold bv med'cine dealers or  bv mail at 50 cnts a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  vine. Out.  Voices Traced To Wireless  Radio  Had  Set   Left   Turned    On  Policeman Guessing  Plying squads, a Black Maria, and  foot policeYwer.e called out when a  pol.ceman heard voices in the bar of  the Gardeners' Arms, in Nelson  Street and High Friars Street, Newcastle, England.  The building ^as surrounded arwi  a crowd quickly gathered while the  police examined the premises. Not a  single window had been left open, not  a single jemmy mark marred a door.  When ihe police eventually gained  admittance they found that the wireless set had been left on when the  premises were closed earlier in the  day. The voice the policeman had  heard was the voice of Dean Inge  broadcasting.  We all know health demands  .absolute inner cleanliness. But  what we often don't realize is the  B-i-k we take when we use harsh,  grlisittsr purer&iives that create a  .strained, unnatural condition.  ENO   I* pleasant,   gentle,   safe.  and sura.  *.  a J3-.21m. ________ __> "* **���������*��������� *^S a_fe  A C_S_1|V uSSu Ma, JBI J. .   v;     ������_  ���������"Fruit Salt" in a glacis of water,  snornintf or nieht, tones up; and  sweetens the entire system. Acid  Btomach. fatigue, biliousness,  quickly disappear.  Incident Is Closed  -Belgian    Courts    Reject    American  Inscription For Rebuilt Louvain  * Library  The Belgian courts have finally decided that Whitney Warren's inscription, "Destroyed hy Teutonic fury;  restored by American g-eneros-ty,"  may not be restored to the rebuilt  Louvain library from which it was  torn. ' v  As an epitaph for the architect's  rather absurd dream, now happily  deceased, we suggest the following:���������  Sought to be restored by Whitney  ���������ftm���������?���������  -���������a_������,7 )  common sense."  . V a., a Cu 3  Cig3'tww<_rl   Virtr T?__loHo������������  Canned Soup Factory  New Industry T������ Se Established At  Calgary  Arrangements for the establishment  in Calgary of the first canned soups  factory in Canada west of Winnipeg,  are being completed at the present  time, and the new Alberta product  will be on the market early In the  year, it is announced by Burns & Co.,  Ltd. Investigations have been under  way for some time as to the possibility of replacing imported soups by  soups of local manufacture���������tha  former, it is said, amounting to $750,-  000 annually in Alberta alone.  S ruin arm  S writes  .Live For Asthma*  one man who after years of  ] suffering has found complete Felief  through Dr. J. _D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy. Now he knows how needless has been his suffering. This  matchless remedy gives sure help to  all afflicted with asthma. Inhaled as  smoke or vapor it brings the help so  long needed. Every dealer has it or  can get it for you from his whole-  salsr.  In all infant'le complaints that are  the result of the depredation of  worms in the stomach and intestines  Miller's Worm Powders will be found  an effective r&medy. They attack the  cause of these troubles, and by expelling the worms f-om the organs  Insure an orderly working of the system, without which the child cannot  mainfca'n its strength, or thrive. These  powders mean- health and improvement.  Expert Drivers Negligent  It is reported that ta California  drivers with two or more years' experience are responsible for the  greatest number of accidents. The  explanation may be that when some  motorists become adept they lose  their sense of fear and grow so confident  that they are prone  to take  chances that less skilled drivers :] The native home of the banana is  would avoid. Perhaps a campaign to not known, though it is now raised in  persuade -he experts to be careful is every .tropical and subtropical count-  in order; ���������  *���������*."-     - ��������� :l ry.'.. ���������������  Palpitation Of The Heart  Nerves  W������r������ All  Gone  ___.a-_.BJ_i-_-  Fri@@ ������������6 s 90s  Miss Rose Griffin. Ashern, Man., writes: ���������  "About five years ago I was troubled with palpitation of the heart, caused by a shock, and  my nerves were all gone, and I could not  sleep. I read about -Milburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills and decided to try them. After  I had taken three boxes I was feeling fine  again. I think they are a wonderful remedy,  and wish all others who suffered as I did  wouldYglve them a trial."  Solci at "all drug and general stores, or  mailed direct on receipt of p~lce by The T.  Milburn Co., Ltd., Toronto, Ont.  You con flatter any man by telling  him he is fi&tl__.y- proof.  Los Angeles stands on the site of  an Indian village,  p* C.1 _**. ������������������    a ������_* ������ S ���������-__ _������������_  4BN-1N1  ^ PHILLIPS  For Trouble*  *Jf to Add  CO&$.TDURM  Largest Year "Salrda"  Tea Has Ever Known  QAM,  What many calli "indigestion" is  vary often nothing but excess acid  ln the stomach. The stomach nerves  have boon over-stimulated, and  food sours, Tho corrective is an  nllcn.ll, whieh neutralizes acids In-  Htantly. The bout alkali known to  medical science \h Phillips' Milk oJ.  Magnenia. It has remained tho  standard antl-ncid with physicians  In tho fiO yean, stiico its Invention.  One wpoontful ol? thla harmlcsa,  tantoUiOii all-all will iteutrallsco in-  hUuxily many   Umm nn   much   acid,  nnd tho symptoms disappear at once.  You w'll never uso cruda methods  when once you learn tho elliclency  of this moro plSasant way. A small  bottle is sufllolont to show its merit.  Bo suro to got genuine* Phillips1  Milk of Magnesia proscribed by  physicians for moro than 50 yoare  in corroefng okcobs acid. fiOo n  bottle; any clnigHbore. Complete  directions for ita many uaas aro en-  clOBQd wLth ovory bottlo.  The Gonulna Milk of Magnesia is  alwaya a liquid���������novor a tablet. Look  ��������� for tho Phflllpa' namo on botlJn.  Tremendous Increase In Sales Is -to-  ported For Last Year ,  At thc annual sales confercne������  held at the Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Mr. Arthur M. Wilson, secretary-treasurer of the company, stated  that in spite of the fact that tho  year 1030 was one of depression, generally, the "J3alada" toa sales Bhowed  a tremendous increase and wore tho  largest tho \.company has ovor experienced,   .  *H  Toothache and neuralgia aro Instantly relieved with Douglas' I-gyp-  tlan LlntiMoiit. A quick, 'sure remedy.  Also recomrhondad for burns, sprains,  sores and inflammation.  HQxporlmont Being Watched  Airmail nnd transport pilots In  Chicago await with Intorost tho roat.lt  of cjcporlmento how being conducted  by'tho I J, a. Bureau of Stand atdfl  which, if Buccessful, w'll prevent  aoroplano collisions. Tho proposed  system . Inyolvoa contlnuouo fcrana-  mlsHion of ultrd-lilgh tfroquoncy radio  automatlo warnings within a radius  of throo mllos.  Wa   n7 TJ.   1874  Keep Woods  DeUciously Fresh  Keep your foods���������cakes, bread, pies, cut meats, etc.  ���������under a covering of Para-Sani Heavy Waxed  Paper.   You'll be amazed at the length of  time they'll stay fresh...delicious! Para-  Sani   keeps   them  from   staling.  Get Para-Sani in thc handy,  sanitary knife-edged carton.  For less exacting uses ask for  Appleibrds'!Centre.PuN"  Packs in theet form.  (aiMiT'cci:  mUmAU  Western Represmtaltoea?  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., BEGiNA*- ������&5K, J/  TBM   BUV2___W������   CSJSSTO^   B.   a  O.Fy a. offers  lanioassist  <3*l_rary������ Alberta. ��������� Request that  Canada's government take, over the  1930 wheat crop, paying producers in  wheat certificates, was entered at the  annual convention of United Farmers  of Alberta. The certificates, it waa  proposed^ would "he redeemable in  wheat and receivable in payment of  taxes.      ' ,  No Official Calls In Cuba  Change Necessary 1st Program FOr  Prince Of Wales  Havana.���������The Prince of Wales and  Prince George, who are snaking an  18,000-mile tour of Spanish America  in behalf of British trade, -will not  leave their ship when it reaches  Havana, January, 31.  .The, British legation has informed  President Machado that because of  ������hrt sKprtncss of time available l������We  a.nd the cou rt mourning for PIncess  Louise, a change in program had been  necessitated which wouid prevent  their paying any official calls In Cuba  Despatches from    their ship,    the  Orbpesa."   which  left  Vigo,   Spain,  MAY COMB TO CANADA  Winnipeg May Have  More Representatives  Increase Gf Two Seats In Provincial  House Contemplated _  Winnipeg, Man.���������Increase in Winnipeg's representation in the provincial government to 12 seats is contemplated by the Bracken administration, it has been learned in authoritative circles. At present the city  has ten seats in the legislature on a  basis of proportional representation.  The government, it is stated, plans  to bring the suburbs, of St. James  and Kildonan within the city representation, adding two seats.  "Hti!__.  _T*       frBa-������       e.t-2.  r life with other  passengers.- ;The "Oropesa's" flrst  stop is at Hamilton, Bermuda.  Hail Insurance losses  Heavier Last Year  Payment in certificates of a price  to producers approximating cost of j yesterday morning, say the princes  production, was advised in the resolu-j are enjoying their trip and partEci-  tion advanced by George Bev_ng_o_s;  of Wmterfourn, agrarian authority on  finance. Actually, explained Mr. Bev-  ington, the wheat certificates would  be read "trade dollars," not^necessar-  ily based for redemption on wheat,  but good outside Canada for any  commodity produced in the Dominion.  WHHans Irving, M.P. for Wetaski-  ������-__, associated himself with Mr.  Bevlngton In the resolution, which  was approved unanimously by the  delegates representing more than  18,000 Alberta fanners. Other important resolutions sought as early  parley of -wheat exporting countries  to seek stabilised wheat production  and export prices, and a packers'  and livestock men's meet to gain an  agreement with Britain for regular  monthly minimum shipment of livestock and dairy products.  The proposals were contained in a  lengthy memorandum from the  TJ.IT.A. board of directors entirely  after a full day of debat������. The document, as supported by the convention, asked tax and interest reduction, farm relief, credit reform,  market extension and tariff revision.  Report States Many Companies In  Alberta Forced To Withdraw  Toronto, Ont.���������Canadian hail insurance losses were- heavier last year  than in 1920, but not so heavy as in  1927 and 1028, it was stated here by  delegates to the Canadian Hail Insurance Companies' convention-  Several losses in Aiberta had  caused the withdrawal of many  companies from. Alberta, delegates  said, and unless certain legislation  sought by the companies was enacted, many more Alberta companies would be forced t.o withdraw.  VERSE VOTE  DOES NOT END  LABuR PAR ll  Ear! of Cromer, who, as Lord  Chamberlain, banned, Marc Connelly's  play, "The Green Pastures," from.  English stage, is being persistently  mentioned aa possible succesor to  Lord Willingdon as governor-general  of Canada.  Special Hag May Be Used  Rumor Says New  Governor-General  Will Fly Own Flag  "Ottawa, Ont.���������While official announcement is lacking., it is rumored  here that with the approval" of the  King the next Governor-General of  Canada -frill fly his own flag, as personal representative of His Majesty.  ,A_t present' the only flag officially  recognized  in  Canada  is  the  Union  T_. "_���������������-  aJ-CUJ������l.  Cape Town, South Africa.���������South  Africa already flies its own national  flag alongside the Union Jack, and  now the governor-general is to have  his own flag as the personal representative of His Majesty. ,  _  The" new governor-general is the  Earl of Clarendon, and his flag will  consist of a blue groiusu on. which is  the royal crest in gold, with the  wofSs "Union of South Africa"  above the crest and the same words  in Dutch below it.  His Majesty has given.approval for  the use of the flag.  Canadian Trade Decreased  CANADA WHEAT  SURPLUS DATA  S REVEALED  British Policy la India  People Off I_id!a Disposed Te Judge  New Constitution On Merits  Calcutta,    India. ���������- Referring     to  Prime Minister Ramsay MacDoitald's  statement at the close of the Indian.  Conference in London, England, the:  newspaper    "Liberty,"   which  reprc- j  seats some sections of the National-|  ist  Congress,    admitted   there  were  passages which revealed the anxiety  of the British government to introduce  some  elements, of popular re- j  sponsibility in the Indian administra- j  For  Bsiildisig Nisw Roads  United States To impend Huge Suiu.s  This Year On Extensive  Program.  Now York. -��������� New roads long  enough to circle the globe will be  built in the United States by  straining muscle of some 300,000  workmen this year at a cost not far  short of a billion dollars.  Upwards of 9,000 miles of- the approximate 25,00p-milo total will be  hard surface. This Is exclusive of  11 "states In which highway commissioners coidd make ho mileage estimates.  Western Exhibition Officers  Winnipeg, Man. ��������� N, W. Kerr,  K.C., Brandon, Man., was .elected  president of._the Western Canada As-  HOciatLon of Exhibitions at tho closing session of the annual convention  bore. C. M. Baker, Calgary, was  named vice-president, and S. W.  Johns, Saskatoon, secretary-treasurer.  Sentenced By Count Martial  Doyonport, England.���������A naval  court martial sentenced Able Seaman  Bonj������.TTr_!n Tow! to six monfchw' hard  labor and dlshonorablo discharge  from tho Borvico in connection with  tho short-lived trouble aboard the  submarine depot ship "Lucia" recently. Ho was th* 'second enlisted man  ' tf'-ja'^ \feoro involved.  ������i���������8_,,' ���������'')/>.���������"  to bo tried. 1*>^"  lecport. Orotf w' ^tefi'/ii.c.H Post  Lohdon, Mnglni <j-II; was reported  unofficially that tho .jEtorl of Cnomer,  Rowland Thomas Baring, had been  offered and had refused to accept tlio  Ifovornor-ffonomlahip of Canada. Tho  report was apparently from a reliable  ������ourco. Lord Cromer haa boon Lord  Chamberlain since 1022.   w.~" n> ��������� u. ~ ilwi  Unfavorable    Balance    Shown  Twelve Months Ending  December, 1930  Ottawa, Ont.���������Canada had an unfavorable balance of trade of $103,-  102,126 for the twelve months srsd=  lag December SI, 1S30, according to  figures compiled by the Dominion  Bureau of Statistics.  There was a falling off in both  exports - and imports during 1930 as  compared with 1929. Imports  amounted to $1,008,479,479, compared with Si ,293,992,692 in 1929.  Exports of Canadian goods amounted to $885,906,366 as compared with  $1,182,412,313 in 1929, and exports of  compared with $25,926,117 in 1929.  ���������aft ��������� -TS a      V <���������  Russian Wlieat imports  London, England.���������Amid the echoes  of age-old religious controversies ������������������;  struck from behind���������Its own* ranks  divided���������the MacDonald Government  was defeated in the House of Commons by a vote of 282 to 249. As the"  position of the tellers at the clerk's  table told the story of the reverse on  a clause of the Education: Bill the  House was plunged into a commotion  with the Conservatives shouting:  "Resign, resign."  But although the defeat came Sn  the report stage of its own education bill there was no question of a  government resignation. Prime Minister Bamsay MacDonald held the  vote did not involve a question of  principle. The government would,  he said, accept the decision of the  House and would proceed with the  bul.  At this juncture, Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill, who Jo sometimes  the-J termed the Arch-Conservatlvc, anose  to proclaim in scornful accents that  Mr. MacDonald was "the greatest  living master of falling without hurting himself." The government had  been defeated by more than SO votes  yet the prime minister, said Mr.  Churchill, had airily announced he  intended to go ahead as though nothing had happened.  The Conservatives then" attempted  to press their advantage by moving  the adjournment of the House. But  here the Laborttea who. voted against  tho government on the education  clause-intimated that, were the motion pressed, they would- again giro  tho government their support.  Thereupon- the motion, to adjourn  was dropped and tho House proceeded with tho bill.  A few hours later the amended  bill was passed by a vote of 2RG  against 238, and now It goes on to  tho House of Lorda.  Tho defeat of - tha government  come on an amendment moved by  .Tbhn Scurr, Roman Catholic Labor-  lto from Mile End.  Tho ESngliah elementary achoola  aro administered under the dual system of r.tato-owned, or provided  schools, and religious; or non-provided schools. The religious schools  conatltuto about, two-fifths of tho  whole and are, In tha main, owned  by tho Church of -England. Tho  Roman Catholic achoola come no.ct in  liurabor,  All tho Bchoolfl nro Btato-nunported  but in oonos of tho non-provided  school, tho buildings and property  of & rell������tow_3 community qjm> coa_-  cernod.  tion. ,  The  newspaper,   of which   Subhas ! ****������ ������������2L*    ^l^.tol  ^ _ __~ ��������� *Y   ' _ rani������_a__   a___*>.   S.?__ ������9__ 11V   in   109>Q  Chandra Bose, mayor of Calcutta,  and president of the Bengal Congress,  - is a director, said, however, that the  people would judge any new constitution by the ordinary test of how far  it would ensure responsibility in practice, taking into account the proposed  reservations. ,,  Subhas Chandra, Bose is. at present  serving a prison sentence for his activities on. behalf of the Nationalists.  World's Poultry Congress  Ottawa, Ont.-���������Word has just been  received here of the appointment of  British     Government     Holding     An  Investigation    On    Question  London, England.���������The    House   of  Commons witnessed a brief outburst  over the question of imports of wheat  from Russia.  In reply to a questioner, Rt. Hon.  Christopher Addison, minister of  agriculture, said the British government was examining the question of  importation of wheat    from    Russia  F. C. Elford, Dominion poultry hus ���������   ,_      _   L        ���������,,__.. ,-._.-  bandman and past president of the and lts effect on Brlt,sh agriculture.  World's Poultry Science Association, H������   was  m���������*   to    s**>    h������wever  ......*., ,^j when thc British government would  issue a statement of the outcome of  as a member of the  by the government of Italy to carry  out arrangements for the fifth world's  poultry congress, which is to be held  in Rome in 1933.  No Official Date  Ottawa, Ont,���������Rumors in the capital are that parliament will open  during the middle week of March.  No official announcement . however,  has been made.  its inquiry.  Gibraltar. ��������� The British battle  cruisers, 'Renown" end "Tiger", have  been placed under quarantine because  of an outbreak of influenza among  their crewa.  Planetoid Approaches Earth  Toronto, Ont.���������Eros, a planetoid  which comes near the earth approximately every 30 years, Is due to make  its second appearance, since its discovery in 1898, on the 29 th or 30th  of this month. Its visit will afford  one of the most outstanding opportunities for astronomical research  that has occurred since the beginning  of thc century, Prof. H. R. Kingston,  head of the department of mathematics and astronomy, Western TJni-  Jvcrslty, says.  WILL VISIT OTTAWA  Ottawa, Ont.-���������Wheat surpluses in  exporting countries of the world aro  reviewed in a statement handed out  by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics  recently. Canada's surplus is given  at 253,000,000 bushels. Other important exporting countries have surpluses which are estimated as follows: Argentine, 200,000 000 bushels; a  Australia, 165,000,000 bushels; United"  States, 241,000,000 bushels. The surplus in Russia is not known, according to the statement, but it has been  estimated that 1,157,400,000 bushels  has been harvested.  The figures given reflect the situation during the month of December  as far as foreign statistics are concerned, while the situation to Canada is covered up to the middle of  January.  "Surveying world situation from  a Canadian viewpoint, ho marked  increase Sn demand is visible," tho  review states, "European countries,  apart from Prance, will not increase  their imports to any great extent.  Tt will be remembered, however, that  France has undertaken that between  seven and nine million bushels of  ���������wheat wiil be imported during jfhe  season. From August 1 to December 31 last, the Canadian exports to  France amounted, to 3,739,877 bushels.  "Germany's policy with regard to  imports of foreign wheat is identical  with that of France, the endeavor being to force consumption of rye as  bread and as a mixture with wheat.  The net result in these two countries  is that native wheat ������s selling at  prices from $1.67 to $1.87 per bushel,  while good North American wheat  cannot be imported at the very low  price of 65 to 70 cents per bushel."  It is stated Sn the review that  the Argentine surplus will have to  be disposed of as soon as possible  c- account of. inadequate storage  facilities. At the present time in*  clement weather in the Argentine  is hindering large exports and also  deteriorating qualities. Inadequate  storage facilities are also the case  in Australia which will . result in  that country selling ln the open  world market. Australia, however,  is also experiencing inclement  weather. With respect to Australia, a new outlet has been found  in India which is taking large imports from the Antipodes.  With respect to the United States  it Is stated that that country is  not at present a competitor in world  markets in spite of large wheat  stocks. * Russia has forwarded  72,208,000 bushels through Black  Sea ports since August 1, but recent export shipments have fallen off. ���������  It is forecasted, however, that increased shipments wiil be forthcoming during thc winter-  Non-European countries are expanding their wheat Imports, according to the review and continued dry weather In India should  mean a better demand for wheat ln  these countries. Tho Orient Is looked upon as aa outlet for Canadian  wheat,  The opinion Is expressed that  with seven months of the crop year  remaining-, tlie surplus of 253,000,-  000 bushels in Canada Is not unreasonably high. Attention In drawn  to the fact that tho five year average (oxport for tho seven months ending July SI, waa 141,118,554 bushels  or 20,159,305 bushels per month.  There has. been a continued Improvement ih the exports of wheat and  wheat flour during tho flrat five  months of tho crop year.  Photograph above allows Miss. Joan Pcaraon. (loft), and hor soustn, Hon.  Nancy Poaraon, well known beauties of -English noddy, who will pay a visit  to Ottawa during prenont world-tour. Attended by their grandmother,  VJfiK_ou__.tc.i-g Cawllwiy, tltmy twcently vlnlbod Lob Augclca and will Includo  New Or) o ana and Palm Boaxsh in thfilr travels*  ���������v  To Protect Dairy Industry  IGmpIro Council To Bo Fo*me^| WEth  Mcntdquariers In .London,  ICngland  (London., England.���������An empire dairy  council with headquarters in I_endon,  ICngiand, will bo funned according to  a decision made hy the Royal Empire Society;  Thc main objects of the council  will bo to co-ordinate the Jaitcreata  of the dairy Industry throughout tlio  empire, to take atops to protect tho  homo and overseas empire producers  from unfair fr-rfvlp^ competition an.5  to deal with Immediate and urgent  questions mfCcctLngt; butter and chaos* ..TH|S   UKJKSTUl*.   JUS VIEW  School Board  lauds  longdistance  service  "I have always found your  staff most civil, courteous and  obliging'", wrote the secretary  of a Vancouver School Board,  in a letter praising telephone  operators for their work in  putting through long-distance  calls.  "They (the School Board)  consider that the least, they can  do is to let you know that such  service is appreciated  and not  accepted as a matter of course."  _/_*-__..__.-SUP    Tnlnnhf-R-S     f*j.  fUfUlGIICEJ     I5B0|JI.U!.B     UUi  Africa and after a long, hot, dirty  ride over the desert they reached  d     l'__",_J-____       _������-*__J   ._../>_���������__ r.^-.������._..-    #__.  ua   j-j.'U-a.d,   H4.1U   ICglOlCICU   0.0  ���������tt~4  LiiVii i e.D  TSJk    ."ULvTiiiii   __. ������T \S 5 ST a- ���������  5 rsa-   uiii-.o i iJii lit.we������.lV  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advande;  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  Stranger Things Have  Happened  _~*-r._a  _-_f    _-U_.cn    l'i������-{���������!&  ulrds    that  is said to have the gift of whispering brings to our ears the report  that C. P. Hill, of Victoria, may  succeed Hon. Randolph Bruce  as Lieutenant-Governor of British  Columbia. That is interesting  gossip and might easily develop  i~to an actual fact. But C. P.  Hill is not known to the people  down this way. and particularly  in the Crow's Nest Pass, as well  as "Chippy" Hill, and they are  one and the same person. Hill-  crest, the Crow,s Nest mining  camp, is named after him, because he was responsible for  creating it and his wealth came  from his association with it. It  is some years now since C. P.  Hill lived in these parts, but he is  not forgotten. He lives now in a  beautiful home in Victoria and  travels abroad, with his gracious  and charming wife, every few  years. As a host and hostess at  Government House, Mr. and  Mis, C. P. Hill could hardly be  excelled.  A rather remarkable incident  happened on the, occasion of one  of the trips the Hills made  abroad.    They were in  Northern  Hill and wife, Victoria, B.C."  They did not think there was a  soul in the whole country who  knew them or ever heard of them.  Mr. Hill asked the clerk behind  the desk to provide him with a  room and bath, as quickly as  possible, as his wife and he wanted to clean up after the sultry  day's travel, and was amazed to  hear in answer, "Yes, Chippy,  you will get just what you want  immediately/' or so .ething to  that effect. Mr. Hill was astounded. There he was in a distant  part of the world, a tourist, without acquaintances, other than  members of his own party and  there standing before him was a  man, who called him by the name  that only bosom friends dared to  address him. "How do you  know me as 'Chippy5?" asked the  startled visitor and the clerk  behind the desk laughed and said,  *'I knew you well in the old   days  in Butte.    I  was with hotel  there and my name is "   We  have forgotten the name of the  clerk, and they matter little, for  the story is unusual even if these  names have slipped the memory.  Anyway Mr Hill found in his  North African hotel a man, who  once was an acquaintance in far  off Butte, Montana, where Mr.  Hill was engaged in mining before  coming to Alberta. He got the  best of service at tha hotel during  the length of his visit. It is as  "Chippy" Hill, he is best known  and he has intimate friends in all  parts of Canada*and the United  States. He is a most likeable,  democratic fellow and the Government House appointment in  British Columbia is bound to be  watched for with greater interest  by many Southern Albertans now  that his name is associated with  it Lethb-tidge Herald.  107 years. The second period  was one of great advance from  conditions of military occupancy  to Crown colonial system, then  a gradual evolution of semi-re-  presentativa government to full  autonomy in 1867, under the British North America Act. In this  progress /from'practically a fur-  bearing country .to the status of  a self-gdyerm^g colony has been  the period of ^Canada's greatest  relative growth. It was in this  stage of development that the  Uniter Empire Loyalists suffered  the hardships of an exodus that  that lasted, in some instances,  months of journeying through  forest wilderness to carve out a  new   home.  is  The   spirit  manifest in  of   the  Canada  Canadian Citizenship or  Naiionalk  luoria  ���������  ��������� _!_  300 I  BRUNSWICK   j  RECORDS       :  _  at i  m  {REDUCED      *  PRICES        i  _  *  To    rediico    my   stock   I  I  a.ill sell them at :  THREE for :  ONE S.HJLLAK i  m  m  Your r.hoioc... '  Editor   Review:  Sir,���������The recent series of letters  pro and con "O Canada,5' has  prompted me to enter the lists  from a different standpoint,  which I hope may not be considered controversial. This, I  would like to consider under the  subject of ''Canadian Citizenship,  or Nationalism."  Canada, in her advance to  nationhood, has experienced many  changes in forms of government.  During the French period (the  35 years under the Hundred  Associates can hardly be classed  differently from that of the Royal  Government of France). Canada  was a Crown Colony during this  firpt period of approximately 152  years.  British conquest of Canada,  complete in 1760, marks the beginning of the second period  which  lasted  until   July, 1867���������  .Loyalist  today.  Another great exodus to  Canada was the Irish migration  of 1847. 100,000 pauperized  from famine were received in this  country���������all classes helping alike  ���������100,000 settlers without funds,  received and provided for by a  people who were themselves  pioneers in a new land. Three  wars were endured���������invasions of  American armies during their  revolutionary struggle, and again  in 1812, and yet again the rebellion of 1838.  The third period���������1867 to  1928���������61 years, completed the  evolutionary transition from the  wilderness to the status of a  nation,   when    at   the   Imperial  ^*!i���������__^T_-."-*_-s*rs_r-___i --_t___i c.__i1' -^a^'O^v. _<5-_i"__>  \_.\_?ii���������_.-__. vXivC^ tsA&w n\*ll'=m1Zt\S V ������C������ J.X-.-J������5  colonies of Great Britain (Canada, Australia, New Zealand and  South Africa) were accorded  equal status with the United  Kingdom within the Empire���������  the British Commonwealth of  Nations. This third period was  one of great development in  transportation, agriculture, mining, lumbering puipwood, and  hydro-electric. In national wealth and foreign commerce Canada  had reached a place among the  leading nations of the world-  sixth or seventh from the top.  During this third period a  distinct literature, art even more  so, and culture from high-class facilities generally was made evident  throughout the land. The wars  of this perion, Fenian  Raid, Reil  Rebellion, South Africa, and the  world war, were, each in their  time, tests of nationhood.  Through the great convulsion of  the world war Canada passed to  equal status in the British Commonwealth of Nations.  Reviewing the past as a standard wherewith to measure the  future, Canadians, should not be  troubled with an inferior complex.  Having reached maturity as a,|  nation, all possible encouragement should be given to develop  literature, art and music, and  folklore. The efforts to produce  a national song so that all of the  53 different races who are in the  melting pot of Canadian citizenship may sing it together and feel  that it is a song of their country,  appears to have a measure of  success in "O _ Canada." The  music is good, and was thonght  highly of by King George. The  Maple Leaf, however lustily we  sing it, can never appeal to a  cosompolitan people. If "O  Canada" is not completely satis  factory, the nation that produced  the epic of the great war, "In  Flanders Field," need not fear of  success. "O Canada" is today  the unofficial national song of the  Canadian people recognized in  official functions, such as the  ringing of the carillon from the  Victory tower in Ottawa.  FRANK BAKER.  TIMBER SALE   X 1291 1  Sealed tenders will be received by the  Minister of Lands at Victoria, B.C. not  latT than noon on the Sixteenth day of  February, 1931, for the purchase of  License X12911, to cut 4,640,000 feet of  Spruce, White Pine, Fir, Larch and  Balsam, on an area situated 2M miles  S.E. of Canyon Siding, Kootenay Land  District.  Three years "wiii be allowed for the  removal of timber.  Further particulars of the Chief Forester, Victoria, B.C., or District Forester,  Nelson, B.C.  WATHR    A/OT/OE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that the Creston  Power. Light & Telephone Company,  Limited, whose address is Creston,  British Columbia, will apply for a  license to take and use thirty-five cubic  feet per second of water out of Summit  Creek, which flows easterly and drains  into Kootenay River about six miles  north west of Creston. B C. The water  will be diverted from the stream at a  point apout 3800 feet southwest 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  Sdius of twenty-five miles of Creston,  ,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 &__d io the "Water Act"  will be filed in the office of the Water  Recorder at Nelson, B.C.- Objections  to the* application may be filed with the  said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty  days after the first, appearance of this  ._....   _-.   _   a .. i .      mi__  __.������_._ _._,  notice in a. lucai __t;w������pa.pi__.   _. ue jjch-iuFj  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  file an objection thereto in the office of  the Comptroller or of the Water Recorder  of the district.  CRESTON POWER, LIGHT &  TELEPHONE COMPANY Limited,  A ������aplicain'*".  By L. M. SIMPSON, Agent"  Date of first publication of this notice is  January 23, 1931.  A i mm a ____ i A ��������� .__...-���������_ ��������� AnAt 4������_lii_l_iA_i_<Lai/'__,_->i-fci-k_if--ikB_l ���������_!��������� _____ A., .ft iAi 4������f^A������_-_i_-ii-i-A-A������i_fttAi Ai-A i i_L ���������._- i <_���������%  Trucking and Draying.  Coal and Wood  fROM NOW ON I will be operating the Greston  Transfer personally and hope to serve my old  customers   and   new ones to the best of my  ability.       Trucking,    Sand    and    Gravel.       Also  JEWELL   COAL   in    Egg    and    Lump    sizes.  Dry    Cord wood.       Your  respectfully solicited.  valued    t>atrvnasre    is  ALBERT DAVIES.  mm****m**w*m}'***m*mmmf**mm*W\^M^AmW^^  ���������yyT'vvy wm*r ���������^������������������*������f-  "W-V^r  ii&tt  ^Wy^i  Wo invite you to inspect our  new stock of  v. MAWSON   I  (JlfKHTON I  M  B  t.������h..m.������.fiau.um.Mmii.till.l'������....ulltlUUUUUH  which have just arrived !  Newest Shape?.  Nice assortment of sixes.  Prices arc right.  _SffSh ^^HHl^HHW  J^^ LmmLmljfm. jgUNNMte  ^^3jjO*������ ^|w     ������99/ A*W ^^  j^^^Cj^J   ^^ ������^>L-^r hum   mid hmm *' ^^^^^^J ^mt im*i A^*i>*#���������ft jmm*\ ^mmj ^^*i  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  ���������Ii  \&a  m.  t  ^IMW^-_?_tii__-W^'���������" \  PRODUCTS.  .  ���������-.flLSENE_D  CASCADE  OLE) MILWAUKEE  ������f  THE locations of tho breweries (whose products  are listed below) are ideal In that they hnve  access to clear, cold niou.-lu.n water...cm _i_.|>oii_mt  requisite iu the browing of good beer. Further,  they ore equipped with enormous storage facilities  ao that the beers nnd ales made have ample tinie to  become fully aged. Each of the breweries h Bn  charge of m experienced browmastor, ot whoso  disposal is the most up-to-date mechanical equip*  ment and skilled labor.  Tho boors listed bolow arc quality products of  IBrltish Columbia brewers , . , absolutely pure and  equal to the best ba e������������ browed any when, in the  world.  mmtmrnmMlmmWmwmmmwmmmmmmmmrnmmmm^  , fjAiifl advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or by thc Government of'British Columbia.  ������  'v.. ��������� ___b__  _&.  TMJ__   CJ������JSSTUIH   HJ.VIJ-W  gg������_������_e__i_t_3______  3  rccce___ij:ox������r������c������rai_c^  "TV        *  Don  ���������    ���������<a 1 *������������������������*���������r  Buy your  Supply  _���������  oi  sOB*. '-f-| <___.     ''���������'   gg  ���������^^ ^^ ^=% i^  "V.  A NO  1������  s a  Hi  a  ^^*  aa,  n  __. ���������> -  is*1'.  -  jr  -  ������3iL  J_3������.  __  ^5  si*  -  s  WOOD  NOW!  ;  is  :  s  _.  As*  us   for prices on hauling  anything anywhere  ATH  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  El.  ���������Q  ������*������_e������'  .__������  i_f__3iAilTill_SIS  &$  Ml  W  n  >&  i_ ���������  MASKS  DOMINOS  NOVELTIES  Plavine Cards  mt <__?  Bridge and Whist Tallies *  PRIZES FOR ALL OCCASIONS  Altec SisSisss  Pruning operations have commenced  in this section, W. A. McMurtrie being  about the first to get this work under  way. -  Mrs. McDougall got back at the end of  the week  from a visit with* friends at  kYahk.        v.  The heavy snowfalls of Thursday last  and Sunday have all disappeared. With  little or no frofct in the ground the  resultant rnoistue has all been conserved.  Mrs. Pope is going about with her left  arm in a sling, due to sustaining a  broken wrist in a fall she had the bad  luck to encounter just outside her home  Tuesday of last week.  There was a full turnout at the Whist  Club session on Friday night at Mr. and  Mrs. Kelly's, with the prize scores  again going to Mr. and Mrs. W. A.  Pease, who are to entertain the club at  this week's meeting. i  The- young people of this section  favored Mr. and; Mrs. R. Stewart with  last week's surprise party csll. Music  for the dance was by Tom , and Bob  Marshall on accordeon and drums  respectively. There was a fine supper  and ail had a fine time.  Mrs. John Marshall is another of our  residents who is getting about with an  arm in a sling, dne to sustaining a  broken arm on Friday when she slipped  on an icy walk in the yard at her home.  She is having more than her share of  this sort of misfortune, as it is hardly  three months since she met with a  similar accident while stepping up on to  the station platform at Creston.  energy, pluck, and altogether as a  real busin&ss proposition. There  is not an Indian or Chinaman in  Creston Valley but possesses a  higher form of intellect than a  bunch of Bolsheviks who would  <^a_ *-_���������._* ������.������__..  cuuca v \jl   _.__.  sii-dSii  peices the  W    Sll-dSl-    in  great laws of commercial trade,  viz., that of supply and demand,  and also to everthrow those  Christian principles of freedom; of.  conscience, and liberty of action  to sell what belongs to him to any  man or any market=Y  Buckle on your armor; men, be true, be  uravej  Do not let your neighbor, tramp you in  the grave.       T. M. EDMONDSON  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.  OH AS* MOORE  ENGINEER  SURVEYOR  ARCHITECT  yOffESTGmV.      -'.      B. C.  F.H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  Li-Sting's solicited.  SSE3TOK.    S.C.  and get the  Reductions from SS to $55  Listen  Ml  Ml  J_*  Ma  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  GEO. H. KELLY  THE  REXALL ������TORE  ���������PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER    &     fVIAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BV GASOLINE  _g^_g_g^g^::g-j=g���������g%__:^g:%-f%-f%_g  The first step towards  Ir\/. r\r>m^kr>A**\ *~\ s*t\/* *-**-*  ___������ f I/U&L.& f f/t-*^ B Pmm*Xm*  "������..:  mm  Independence is worth striving  for. Aim for it���������Open a Savings  Account.  It may seem, a small beginning.  Yet your savings are, a- definite,  constructive step towards the  accumulation of an estate.  Ensure your future independence ''"hy" opening a Savings  Account with us and making  regular deposits.  3Q2  HE-AD OFFICE . - TORONTO  I Capital and Reserve $15,000,000 j  CRESTOM        -        -        - J. $, W. CLOWES, Manager  Branches at Nelson, Invermere! Cranbrook, Fernie  Rev. A. Garlick of Creston will be  here on Sunday morning for Church of  Fngland service at 11 o'clock.  -The snowy and rainy weather of the  past few days has somewhat interfered  with roadwork. ' The men lost a day and  a half last week, and were off a couple of  days this week.  The snowfalls of  Thursday last and  Sunday have all pretty well disappeared  but    the   ground    moisture   they   will I  supply is most welcome after a very dry  summer and fail in 1930.  Tom and Harry Yerbury were down  from Summit Lake for the weekend.  The take of fur has beeh fairly satisfactory so far. and the/ report an excellent  demand for marten.    .  Adolf Somtnerffeld. who has been on  the former John Head 20 acres for some  time past, is giving up the pooperty and  is moving in the East Creston where he  has purchased eleven acres of irrigable  land in tne vicinity of the place taken a  few weeks ago by Otto Klein. Otto  Kockott, who has had the former  Jorgen=on place, is also moving into the  same East Creston area, but his farm  is being taken over by his brother,  Alfred.  The best night's fun and entertainment  Camp Lister has had in a long time was  provided on Saturday night by the bachelor residents of the area who were hosts  at the Community Society at home,  which attracted a very large turnout including quite ti numbe. of the German  citizens. Proceedings oppned with a line  of games, followed by a dance to music  by a Canyon orchestra made up of Mr.  and Mrs. Kolt ammer, T. Mawson, Alf.  and Holly Bond, and to add variety to  the occasion paper hats of various  designs, balloons, and musical instruments were, loaned the guests. For  supper Frank Dodgson, John Finlay,  Walter Edwards, Alf. Letoille and others  demonstrated they had much culinary  ability as the lunch wos of a very high  order.  [���������]-*���������_-------  m  lltlliaina  .���������!,--���������__ ������������������������������������.*��������� a.a���������>���������  Thrift  spending  less  than  consists   in  you earn.  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings balances  and  shall   welcome your  accotintt.'"  iv Fruit Grower  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,1 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  2 x 4's, 18 and 20 feet, No. 2's       " .......  20.00  1 x 6, No. 2 Shiplap, "   17.00  1x8 and" x 10 No. 2 Shiplap       "        '_ . 18.00  ^__y_H__J_L __tr_l__K!-5e X__F������  j������^'V_J?-__-__P^__J-r_________L^__.IS^9  CRESTON  mjwuum  a:  *  m\**AmSmmmmmJmm\m*mmmmmmm*Am%M  ��������� *���������__.._���������_. A.  *aat______A__BJ_(_L---aa_a___(___t___4-^^  Orchardists, Attention  ��������� i,... j. ii. ,  UilUO u.q,  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20*000*000  Crcnton Branch  It. jl, Forbes, ManaRer  mmmk  ******  raaaaaaa  i-MIIWitMHW^gSTOa;  Editor Review:  Sir,���������Io fctpytrttia Lu ints  kg.slative assembly of British  CJoIumWa would be well advised  ���������\:o keep their hands off the throats  of the people of the Creston  Yalley. They have built good  toads to the prairie provinces and  many people are engaged in naul-  ing various commodities to and  from one point to another; fruit  one way and grain the other, and  any band of people so weak minded  and jealous that they whine like a  dog, bawl .ike a calf and swear  like a parrot because the other  fellow can onfcdo him in intellect,  <  .  4  4  4  i  i  4  ,<  4  4  4  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &> Veal  Phone your order and receive our best service.  TRY OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  BURNS & COMPANY, Ltd  ���������j m*^mi^m*Mpm*]mmm4mjifmmmmf4mir  mmwmmfmmmmMtmmst* ���������������'-������������������> ������tr.i*.y������<y-."lUl* v" V ' V ' W "K*" V "V " W **��������� ��������� VJ" W "V ' tf"  mmmm V  "���������'���������'ty mmmmmJF  mmmmJ*4mm\^m%m%mmmAdm%*\mmmm*Amm*mm9  The Consolidated Mining &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd.  L  Office, Smelting and Refining department  TRAIL, British Columbia  Smelters and Refiners  Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.  Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc.  TADANAC BRAND  uam**p*mp**ammm4MLm*M44m**+*Mr4*HmP**mW w<  4  4  4  4  4  4  i  <  4  <  4 _ja_fwaa������^������������ffl*_.������_a_i<_5iiia������)."_  THE   BEVIEW.   CKSB^ONr.   B.   CX,  ZAM-BUK k ������. jm_e������ herbal ointment htrnxra  , all over she Work, far at* wonderful  eoothing   and healing properties.     It  quickfjr   steps    pain   and irritation,  ������_l_y ��������� inflammatU-n tod grow* smw  healthy ikitt. Zam-Buk i������ equally  ���������a good for soseaoa, ukaia end  piiea u for th* daily mia-  l-sps    ctsek    cs   bunis.  sca-de. cuta. hruiaea or  cddaorea.-4������an.j^������  free end postpaid  ante a* sent on  mpptication  to Zam  vkCo.  Mr*  Thomas  Csypentesw  376    TK_7i  Avs^ Verdun,  Que., writer���������*"1  have b*en a  uaor  of Z^m-Buk for mora  than thirty yean, dur-  hs that tssna ! have used  ii for cute, bruitee, -chacpad  handa. akin troubles and rheu-  ifwww. _n<a at haa ahwaya gives.  ���������real aattafaction in healing wound*  and relieving pain. My peraona! awn-  ian ia that it  ia one of the beat Owt.  ?.  WORLD I  BRIEFLY TOLD  Victoria, B.C. residents, hy a 1,713  ������_lT5__I^-__'%7 CfiVEtrtftz   f r������������_������_s_r_&*  aiunimi tfl/HUUL L������ddUN  PE-BRUARY 1  JESUS THE GREAT PHYSICIAN  Golden   Text:    "Surely    He    hath  rows."���������Isaiah. 53.4.  Lesson: Luke 4.31 to 5.39.  Devotional Reading:: Isaiah 53.1-6.  majority, voted against sale of toeer ] borne our griefs, and carried our sor  by the .g-lass.  British Columbia is planning: a  celebration for her diamond anniversary on July 20.  A series of mysterious -disappearances of boatmen in southeastern  Alaska is being- investigated.  -Eb-pianattons and Comments  The Cure Of Peter's Wife.s Mother,  4.38, 39.���������Leaving: the synagogue  where He had preached ftEid had re-  Mr. J=___tiee Hyndmaa, of the Al- j stored the demoniac io sani ty, Jesus  berta Supreme Court has resigned to \ went to the hotjuj������ of Peter to find all  ������. ._ *._. _-a.__.__ _ ._. J _* __a_ _ _ greatly alarmed over the bSgh fever  _a.ep_. ~~ ap1x5m,__-e__- su. ^e^ Ox ~e ;6f peter's mother-in-iaw. They ap-  pensions appeal board at Ottawa. [pealed to Jesus for help, and not in  The King lost one of bis best \ V5in> toT He stood over her and re-  #*.__-..._ .-. +_,__ ,___������������������.. __* t ������.������_._,-. TTs,o- fhuked the fever, and she was so com-  Slf 1^.! _L_^ ~_^      . '_^f:=PJetely  restored   to health   that  she  land, of Sir Charles Cust, equerry to  His Majesty since 1892.  President Hoover may go to  Ottawa to lay the cornerstone of the  new legation chancery building -which  ������-_e_-U_3. Government proposes to  build.  Sir Francis Oswald Hindley, veteran of the British diplomatic service  and ambassador to Portugal since  1929, Is appointed ambassador to  Japan.  World wheat production for 1930,  arose and ministered to them.  The Cure Of All Sorts and Conditions Of Ailments, 4.40, 41. ��������� The  fame of Jesus spread, and friends of  the sick brought them to Him, and  ^sr ere not disappointed, for He healed  them all. How d'd He do it ? We can-  aot explain it. Dean Brown, does so  partially: "He'aimed to secure the  co-operation of the expectant hope  and confident trust of the patient.  He worke<s in atmosphere of svm-  pathv and faith. When He found Himself in an atmosphere of unbelief. 'He  [ could do there no mightv ���������work.' He  added to that widelv resident impulse  exclusive  of  Russia and China, was j ^^^ recovery   the   power   of- H������s  a     . _ _    iu   rr_   ������      _a.       a. __._��������� s own wise, loving1 personality".      And  estimated by the U.S. Department of j ^^^o^  theae ^tferstfes  avaUed for  Agriculture  at  3,778 000,000 bushels, ��������� the recovery of manv from the ,r na-  compared  with  3,498,000,000  bushels: tural ills. 'Violation*,    of    nstiu'al  to 1929, an increase of 8 per cent       f,aw/' Rather the addition, of a WpJi-  ���������^ f er force which  altered the  possibil"-  A 17-year-old boy was reported to; ties In that situation   as    men   had  have found at Larkinviiie, Australia,  a gold nuggret weighing1 78 lbs., and  svorth ������5,000   (about $26,78S.)       The |  nugget was said to measure 26 inches  by 12 by 3.  The importance of a direct outlet  to the Pacific Coast for the Peace  River country was stressed by Herman Trelle, king: of wheat growers,  addressing the On-to-the-Peace Association at Vancouver.  Tlie  "Nautilus,"  the  submarine in  sensed it!"  - Preach'n<r and Healing- In Galilee.  4A2-44.���������When day came, Jesus w*nt  awav to a lonelv place fnr -praver  (Mark 1.35). but th* multitudes fallowed Him. and *?ou������rht to prevent His  leavme. them. "I mi><=t t.reach th*  p-ond t'dtTip-s of the Klrto-flom of God  to the other cities also" He d^^^^ed.  "for therefore- waa I s������<������r.t." Did the  demand unon Fflst hpfll.n ������y power nre-  p������������������t. a verv real t^wntatinn to Je^'s?  D'd Hia svmuat.hotic heart ma^e H|m  yp.wrs. to rttrf* nil. H**. time to the s^ck  pr������d pffltrted ? Mav Hft rot "have wres-  e throats  Ne@d Double  Treatment  Vicks' double  action (inhaled,  and absorbed)  brings relief  POR UO  Royal Bank Annual Meeting  -_<_nf   ������i_. *i__*.tTr-������. -^TT_T '   ^       t   a _%-������_ fc,a_Ji������i������> t������3_.  c_v.re.    ine a������.v������l-  S_f? ST*.Mli^rt 5olt' ������fewed\to opment of the Canadian livestock In-  _^_*^Ki2r,d* depression, cltied dustry haa not kept pace with gen-  ������3St<*Hltlons_?a toe 6Mef contri- eral increase in prodlwtion and we  wwISiF ii?-. I and revl6wed develop- are Jictually importing large alb.ou~.ts  ������^^SiSL d ?rcte_>ects for Canadian off butter and meat. In the mean-  mauscnesj. w   ;        ���������_.    ^ time our exports of anima! products  *-fco ^^SL,^.WJaile tha ^sulta e������ have steadily    decreased.       Isa    his?  ISt 5^?!S^ ������^nferen(:l &re nat������r- opinion statistics clearly point to an  ^���������.������������������K?Ua~   ,to   &6 ' ewraeas ��������� opportu'-iSty for greater profit by di-  ������oj������ialons, it was too much to ex- versification.  ���������������i_* vt  ���������tt   rfady-raade   proposal |    In conclusion,    Sir   Herbert  said:,  would "be acceptable to   Great  Brl-1 "The   atabirty   of  our  e-reat  Indus-!  ^T^f-t   i^'^a*"*?"3,   **ith   "*������  outside tries cmd the strength of our linau-  ^S_7L������ ������ tt?a,t!!__ly nmch more  lm* cIal    Institutions    during    the    past  Ft?   ������������!   i tr than ,s th0 caae wIth year  constitute  a  record which  we  5r������  is5*?    ������1'   ^.ut   P^Poaals   put mav view wEth pride. It is thia sta-  f~J3    * by  ^J6 .Canadian  delegates  bUitv wh'ch is the basis for my op-  .nvoiveo^ a  principle  rather than  a tlmlsm concerning the future."  plan and this principle is one which |    Mr. C. B. Neill. Vice-PreJrtdent and  ���������"w  osmmand    serious    consider-  ^TanaHng Director of the bank, con-.  a^>.c^LhS^rethtSta SSS5 ^J5rtd*^S!a^'5nff^������- 2fh f���������*a COal.by *t ^^'^  j.ji-������a_'_io______    __.    ^.������i  ...   a   __=   j. ... "���������>������������������������ ���������      _-v-^   w*������ iuh    o._i^a    mo   _v-.^������       I?T!s_rit-S"tf������   C*funtvnarrw      rs__.r_a      _%s_nrs       nnrw..  ���������^-s-.^.i^c ������fc uirawa win lead to a  t^on of the pr'ce level to frold sun- EC ������������������--���������_            common basis of agreement at that. pli*������s  and   central bank  policy.    He Pleted by Hon.  W. A. Gordon,  Do-  "eSl ������?������.__. ^    .. ������. pointed out that only the return of minion Minister of Mines, it is an-  p^f-JtSSS. olag^I^_;__c_ s���������������ttl_iSr^_0^ SStVStnounced *y "^r. Anaera?n- K^.c-  ruraber of  constructive  augerestions.  s'.on and advocated  a conference of PresWent or tne Winnipeg nnn.  _.___<  He stronqrly advocated that the west the leading financial powers to for- , arrangement is  in accordance  with-  **������������/ V^ ** *" ������__f r% ������__f e_������  B.C. Coal  Oven Tests For B.C. Coal To Be Made-  At Winnipeg  Arrangements for oven tests of Bri-  the policy of the Department of  Mines, to investigate and test the-  various coals of the western provinces to determine their suitability for  should be tesa dependent on the T>ro- mutate   a rrtan to apply the.neces  duct'on of p-ra'n,  substltutinP' mixed saw corrective rr.asures.  farming'.      He approved of ths ?us?- I    The General Manager, Mr. __f. W.  Ke*������Jfld formation  of an  afHlcuHural WHson. referred   to tbe   paMsfaftorv  credit corporation to n������������slst the farm- manner in wh*oh th^ Canadian char-  e������*q  to purchase   cattle,   sheep   and ter<*. banlc������. have token   ca^fi of   fl- j various purposes  bo*^. |nancial r*������r.u.rements in Connda dur-  He   advocated the increased u^e of tn*r  a  d'fflct������'t vear,  as  ctearlv  de-. __  fertilizer as a   means   of   ensurim* mon.������.t������-at������n<y that the Canad^n bank-  Sores   Heal   Quickly.���������Have  you   a  n������<o^ stable results, pointlns: out tb������t in"? svstem is adenimte to the needs  persistent sore that refuses to heal?  try ������n t?*ne<- nf stress as _ Then, try Dr. Thomas' Eclectrrc Oil  exn������>������**ments have demonftrat*"- that of the country  rerciiizers   properly    used    will    in- well as under normal conditions,  Is Cs3C���������x Cause*! By Cooked Food i toa's  aaakiagf  a  specialty  of cancer  1 and other such troubles, I finally de-  Free    Use    Of    Raw    -Fruits    and  Vegetables   Is   Recommended  <By Dr. Julian P. Thomas.)  Some forty years ago, then a professor of skin diseases in a southern  veloped what was believed to be cancer In the stomach; and as I knew  that there was no ordinary way to  remove such, a condition I began to  use natural, uncooked foods, such as  medical college. I made some start- Jfruits'   nuts'   fres!l  vegetation,   etc.,  ling discoveries which enabled me to j w������ch apparently eradicated the trou- ���������,,_���������._,. .....  kill external cancer. I_!ks many doc- j ������?!_ eaJtire1?: B|aiiy people heard of j natura5 light^J*J���������C\*^S^&  j in the dressing. It wiil stop sloughing,  j carry away the proud flesh, draw ant  " the pus and prepare a clean way for  the new skin. It is a recognized  healer among oils and numbers of  people can certify that it liealecl  where properly applied.  Seems To Be Impossible  No one has yet produced ideal arti-  [flcia! sunlight, that !s, sunshine having only the wave lengths present is  ig@wTe Lose Fat and Get  I list loiiihf ui Feeiiiig  which Sir George Wilkins expects to  tied  ln praver for  Pf^npriH tr> tu*-n  reach the North Pole, has been taken *���������" J***��������� ������f *rS.w������������.tofi,?LJS-  __ j._.     i-.-_.it  _= i  . r       t.- __     _.     f^reat^r wo^ of nreocnin*-, the work  from the Philadelphia shipyards to ff>n which H*. wag P������.nt' The pronla.-  Camden, N.J. Sir George expects to ma.f.rm nf the food tidinera ������f the  etart his   trip   the   second  week   in, Kingdom   of   God   w������.<?  of  infiniteiv  March.  Persian Balm creates lovely complexions. Velvety smooth. Cools and  relieves the skin. Makes it delightfully soft-textured. Alluringly fragrant.  .Delightful to use. Swiftly absorbed by  the tissues, imparting that elusive  charm so distinctive of the dainty  woman. Persian Balm protects the  delicate skin. Preserves and enhances  the loveliest complexion. Every discriminating woman should tise this  eilvery lotion. It Is unrivalled as a  flawless aid to beauty.  Pedigreed! Poultry  pi  i  "inn   ���������_-*���������_-������������������_> ���������������  Valuable  Sltlpiment Sent From  B.C.  To Japan  A consignment of pedigreed poultry valued at $4,500 was recently  eold to the Emperor of .Tap an by tho  R.O.P. Co-Operativo Association of  Vancouver, This Britinh Columbia  poultry will bo used on Government  farms in the various Japanese prefectures as the foundation stock for tho  Increased Jn panose industry.  P"r������_.tw .nvnortanc.*. than _**���������> IvwVT-r*  of men's bodies, r������j"d, pfrengtl'^ned bv  pr-avflT, .Trous left His damo-in**  c-owd f^m Ccowfltim *������nd want  ai-vout Galilee, preaching in the syna-  gO"p'lft_..  The Cure Of a I_<*ner.  (.12-18. ���������  On*.   d������*v   a  lMv*r   mw.   and,   fnlUnev  en hia ^fly.4. hp'n"^ .T^fitia fr naver-prx.*'  rrl^d. "Tjord. If Thon \xHlt. 'Taann ennnf,  matr- t������ft ei*>,*������.n."     WHJ. <nfln*t������. nom-  pr>f<ilcn   .To^iiS   fr*iioY)fiu'i   tha   ln������,th-"������������>������a  pmff^rer r>n^ sn.������d, "I w'1". "b*. thou  made ci'-^n." and imamediately the  leprosy left Wm.  AH of Australia that ia not city,  town or suburb, lo referred to there  ���������ui "the busli,"  Speed. Of Meteors  Speed Of Some Meteors  .Less Than  That Of Rine Bullet  Meteors that have travelled in the  earth's atmoaphoro were generally  Blower movers than most people bo-  Heve^ Prof. "V. W. Jackson, of "University of Manitoba, said in an ad-  dross to -members of the Winnipeg  Royal Astronomical Society. Speed  of stone meteors ho computed as being less than that of a rifle bullet.  Stone rac>i__-._ v.I-o_.t Tut-itui, are  generally imbedded only a few feet ln  the earth, Prof. Jackson said, Thoy  aro always cold and sometimes even  have a coat of frost about them,  Of the 820 meteorites that have  been found, not ono has ever caused  a Arc j but the two largest that are  known have oauaou largo itreas oil  destruction. The world's largest  meteor lies fiomo 1,870 foot bolow tlie  surface of tlio desert in Aelwraa and  canned a huge orator 570 feet in  depth and 4,200 foot in dlamtttr.^    tW. .fuel-son told of structure of  tho motoorltoj. and explained how  tH������o fltrunturew differ from nasty known  I earth forms.  Over in Great Britain when a man  Is   feeling  "as  fit   as  a  fiddle" and  ooking the ���������'picture of health" they  says    "HE'S   GOT   THAT   KRUSCHEN  FEELING."  That means he takes his little dose  of Kruschen Salts every morning.  It's the same in the U.S__ti.���������in  Germany-���������in Holland���������in Australia���������  In South Africa, for Kruschen Salts are  now sold the world over.  Kruschen Salts is not one salt only-  It is the combination of six salts  accessary to healthy life.  Take half a teaspoon in a glass of hot  water before breakfast every morning,  modify your diet and exercise regularly..  But don't miss a morning, for  Kruschen not only puts and keeps the  Etoriiach, liver, kidneys and bowels ia,  c. splendid healthy condition, but  purines your blood-stream, and sends  new life and activity to every parts  Off your body.  this strange experiment and, since  then, many thousands of others have  been benefitted by my experience.  Today, deaths from cancer are In-  creasjng so fast that every man, woman and child is in danger, so that  the disooveries I made years ago become of great importance. All you  have to do is tc escape death from  other causes long enough, and cancer  is almost sure to get you. In fact,  cancer and the sickness of premature  old age are very closely connected.  For as long jas the tissues can. be  kept young and healthy, cancer cannot develop in or on it. But when the  body !n general, or in part, becomes  Igwered in vitality, then look out.  Women are more prone to cancer  than men, for it is said that 1 out  of every 8 women, and 1 out of every  12 men,' who reach the age of 40,  develop cancer.  In a recent month Spain exported >( ��������� -.   ..���������.*.-������,, ���������  nea-rly 20,000,000 pounds of olive 6H.   j [ mention this paper.  proportions, the Engineering Foundation states.  Be generous with theMinard's  cfter you've bathed the hoe,  itchy patts with wa___n. water.  Rub the Liniment ia well���������*1  often.  Wha* a relief I  Cancer, Piles- and  Other Chronic A_!_-_@_?t&  Consult _Dr. Thoaaas personally, or Si  address your letter: Cancer Dept., |j  Thomas Sanitarium, 175 Mayfair |>  Ave., Winnipeg^ Man. Be sura to I;  Ii  ���������miniiii.ii-iiiiiiHaiiiiii!iiiniininimwiB{iiBiiiiiwiiiiiBniiiiiii������HFniiiiiit!ii!ii!i  jgmniiiniiiiBiiiiiciiiiiiiiinniiiiinun  Make  Your Windows  Pay  latest In WINDOLITE Windows and! yow wall foe repaid a  hundredfold in the health of your Poultry and Live Stock  THE   ORIGINAL.   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All dntfslata.  h^CMCHSmdCOLDS  "BUCKLEY'S'  mm *  ASmciEtSipPomESlt    *. _\\  MIOCTURE.  &BKtB8iHtmi!rfii������iiiiB.mHs������iifiiiiiniiiis  s     TFOE"   F%IT������_irB,'IJp      1  I    HIGHWAY    I  g ��������� BY ��������� f������  B CHRISTENTE  WHITINa S  g PAR__3-E_NTER ������  S Copyright 1929 ������  flBIUI!llffHI!iPI!|{l3!-83iEiUiiS_iiiiiiiiiiiiaP  CHAPTIDB IX.���������Continued.  "We've had dreadful bills these last  -yrO  "SHUTS,      VQtS     JEUOW.     A     Txma      sq  wretched before little Nick arrived  that I had help with the housework  all the time, and the nurse' stayed six  weeks instead of three. Nick just  won't scrimp at such, a time; but the  money melts away, and our old house  always seems to need repairs. It's  fcsrd to save when you marry so  young that there's no nest egg laid  by for the emergencies that always  corns; and Nick's uncle left precious  little beside the house. So I'll take  your gift, Uncle Sim, and think of  you gratefully whenever I spend a  dollar of it.  She kissed him again, and Simeon  said, as she arose: "No need o' gettin'  so stirred up over a little matter of a  hundred dollars. Now, dearie, you  must go to bed. Maybe we better take  the babies on a picnic tomorrow, if  ^eir^atfddy"a^t"]g6tor''l������;^.'*5o hand.  Seem's if I'd miss the boy full as  much as they will."  Later, when Gay stood at her window, ready for the night, she looked  up at the stars, and wondered if Nick  were Looking at them, too.  "Good-night, dearest," she said, as  if her voice could carry across the  miles. "I hope���������I do hope you're  -missing me a little.".  And at that very minute Nick was  bend'ng- eagerly above a road map, a  head crowned by wonderful, rippling  hair, close to his own.  "It'll be a bully trip," he said, raising his eyes to meet the very blue  and innocent ones beside Mm. "We'll*  come back through Anton Bay. The  view from those hills is glorious.  Gosh! it'll-seem good to see some*  thing besides Bakersville or State  .Line!"  He arose, and, accompanied by, a  figure in shimmering blue, stepped  out through the French window to  the terrace, drawing a deep breath  of the fragrant air. It was then he  looked up at the stars.  "Hope this weather holds till Sunday."  He stretched out a hand, hut Angela protested: "Oh, don't go now!  The evening's just beginning."  "Not to natives of Bakersville like  myself," .laughed Nick. "Besides, I  promised my hotter-half that I'd turn  in early every night, and make up  some of the sleep I lost while the k'ds  were sick. Good-night, Mrs. Etall'day.  Thanks for everything���������the dinner���������  the music���������and the chance to take  this trip. It's a ripping night."  Once on his own porch, reluctant  to go into the lonely house, Nick"  raised his eyes once more to the my-  ra'd stars. A curiously light and  buoyant feeling swept through him;  a phrase from the Gypsy song that  Angela Halliday had sung, sprang to  his lips; while in the tender starlight  the broad highway beckoned and  called with its old allure.  Lydia E. Pinkfiam's  Vegetal)!. Compound  I  LYBZA E. PIMKHAM MEDJCINK CO.  I^yhi-, Mass., U.S.A.  -  and Cobourg, Ont., Canada*  "_Lor<J, increase our  faith."���������Luke  xvii. 6.  Ithe billows swell, the winds are high,  Clouds overcast my w'ntry sky;  Out of the -iepths to Thee I call,���������  My fears are great, my strength is  ��������� small. ���������.'���������'..-  O Lord I the pilot's part perform.  And guard and guide me through the 5  storm. ��������� ���������  Defend me from each threatening ill,  Control the waves,  say,  "Peace,  be  stilL"  ���������William Oowper.  If, like Peter, we fix our eyes on  Jesus, we too may walk triumphantly over the swelling waves of disbelief, and unterrlfied amid the rising  winds of doubt; but if we turn our  eyes away from Him in whom we  have believed, if g_������ _������_ so essxr to do  and as we are so much tempted to do,  we look rather at the power of those  terrible . and destructive elements  than at Him who can help and save,  then we too shall inevitably sink. ���������.  Frederic W. Farrar.  Acute Gastritis  Restless  %m m B B mmwm _NLC l^wj  CHILDREN will fret, often for no  apparent reason. But there's always Gn������toria I Harmless as the arecipe  on tho wrapper; mild nnd bland as it  tastes. But tts gentle action soothes  ������ youngster more surely than a moro  powerful mmrliclne.  That'll tho beauty or this special  children's remedy! It may be Riven  the tiniest infiuit���������oh often ns thoro  in need. In oa������ea of colic, diarrhea or  similar disturbance, it i.. invaluable.  A coated tongue calls for just a few  drops to word off constipation; au  doea any. ������uggcsti������n of bad breath.  Whenever children don't cot well,  don't rant well, or lihvo mw little  uj.tiot���������this pure vegotablo nreimra*  tion is uBuolfy all that's needed.  '������^iM+������MMiM  w,   XL   U.   1GT.  CHAPTER X.  On the  following .Sunday, at'the  r^*jr    -ujlvj'-i_-___������5_l- \*     vviicu    -o cbAxa*c>a    ������Xc*mn.m\i.amy  was at the station in Boston, taking  a train for the little town only fifty  miles from Bakersville, where his  mother first drew the breath, of life,  and where she had asked to be laid  to rest, Simeon Bartlett pushed back  his chair after finishing a satisfying  meal, and said:  "Gay, I got a scheme. I don't want  to be seem'n' to speed the partin'  guest, but it just come over me that  maybe Mis' Bemis's -Josh could take  you home to-day. He works to the  garage, and if I can hire a car he'd  drive us over. There ain't nobody else  in State Line I'd trust to do it, and  he can't get off only Sundays. "We've  had a cool spell, and by Wednesday  a hot wave's liable to hit us, and  travellin' back by train wouldn't be  no fun. If you say the word I'll ride  back w5th you today, and then come  home'along.,o* Josh; and when Nick  comes back tonight he'll find a surprise."  Gay, who had been fighting homesickness for the last two days, readily  agreed; while Sonny, always delighted at fresh adventures, shrieked with  joy at the idea of seeing 4T>addy,"  though he sobered instantly at the  thought of leaving his beloved chickens.  "Couldn't me take one home, Uncle  Sim?" he asked wistfully. "Couldn't  me take Snowball*? Sonny'd be careful and not hurt him's leg horns."  Mrs. Bemis, hastily hiding a smile  behind her napkin, left the room; but  Uncle Sim. replied soberly: "I don't  doubt his leg horns would be safe and  sound, Sonny, but roosters don't th'nlc  much o" automobiles, and I guess  Snowball would be happie* to stay at  home. Most likely he'd be lonesome  for his wife an' babies."  "Same as Daddy?" questioned the  little boy, and Gay, snatching him up.  kissed him tenderly.  Oh, it would be fun to 'surprise  Nick! she thought happ'ly. If he were  late, and tlie children were In bed, she  would sit on the porch in the darkness, 'and how glad he would be when  he found liorl Simeon, watching the  glow in hor starry eyes, felt well repaid for his sacrifice In sending* them  home throe days ahead .of time.  It was five o'clock whett they reached Bakersville, Uncle S'm saw them  safely ln the house.���������carried in the  milk and eggs and a baked chicken  that Mrs, Bemis had Insisted on their  talcing, and despite Gay's urging that  he stay a day or two, departed with  Josh Bern's, much to tho regret of  Sonny, whoso under l'p trembled as  ho clung to  tho old man  in a last  hug. ������������������������������������.���������.;,���������  . "There! there." said   Simoon,   his  own ey.os moist aa he unclasped tlie  chubby jirims from nound, his neck,  "Uncle Sim '11 be ccvmln' bach In no  time, and maybe beifora yoit got to  sloop liaddy'H bo hero. You take good  carp, o* Mother now, and don't lot  nothin' happen to l^sr, will yer?"  "Nope/" , promised " Bonny, and  bravely swallowed a Bob as the old  man turned to.put hia cheek lovingly  ngn'nRt the- "bnby'r., and to Mes Gay.  "You don't by mo mecms fell nervous here alone, do you?" iio nuked  Buutlouuly.      >  It had ben a beautiful day, but now  the sun was behind a cloud, and a  rumble of distant thunder stirred the'  air.  'No/' Gay answered, "but I don't  like your starting off if n- shower's  coming."  "It ain't aimed in cur direction,"  sa'd  Simeon,   studying  the heavens,  <<fti..N-    **.    4*. _���������*.__*._ ������-__ .-_ _____.-_ ____  UU������.    *J_    lb        UVCi.UUkC9 US-        VVi_ JJ.        &<_���������.  shelter somewheres. You don't need  to worry about us. There's Julie  Nipps over on the Hall-days' back  porch. You tell her to come over here  if the storm gets bad. She'll be company anyhow; and we'd! ought to  start right back. As 'tis we won't get  home much afore dark."  ���������t crYTt-t. ������*.���������������        m__a*i        tv������ ������������_-������������������*_-������������*������������������ -    f/\Sf AM        !**__.*���������__.  -a. j-iaC-J-       jr-w-iA       aJaU-tAottfAi   _r       iv^a���������_.-&������>        a-vwj-^  Uncle Sim; but I haven't thanked  you for our visit, or said half enough  about your wonderful gift. Next time  you come to Bakersville I shall look  like b bride."  "You look like one now," said Simeon, "with yer eyes shinin' like that.  Well, dearie,, I must be gettin' on.  Don't hardly know what Mis' Bemis  an' me'll do without you. Give my love  to Nick, and tell him his property  ain't deteriorated any since I borrow-,  ed'it.";   ������- &_-.:*:.  Gay ��������� laughed._; ������������������.���������.'j_:\  '1 should say ft hadn't! I feel like  a new woman altogether,; and the babies have never been so rosy."  As the car started she lifted her  baby high, while Sonny clinging to  her skirt, waved a farewell. Simeon  craned h������s neck to watch the picture  till the car turned %into Main Street.  The clouds had darkened suddenly,  and the'house seemed gloomy as Gay  and the children went within. She  switched on a light for cheer, and  j looked about at her owp. beloved domain.  "Nick's done pretty well to Jceep  things as neat as this,8' she commented, as she went to the kitchen to put  away the milk and egga. The re-  ma'ns of a hasty breakfast waa lithe sink, but except for the inevitable  accumulation of dust, things were not  hopeless, "in an hour I crauld do wonders," Gay mused, "but unless these  clouds lift it's too dark.to see, and  I'll be frightfully tired by bedtime if  I do too much. I'll just make tho  beds, and later on slick up the kitchen. The babies will be ready to turn  in early, I wish" (witb an anxious  glance at the lowering sky), "I do  wish Nick could come be-fore dark,'.'.  She had started upstairs, the baby  in her anus, when a voice at the daor  arrested her, and she turned to see  Julio Nipps, the cap adorning her  bobbed hair, slightly awry.  "I see you come hosme," she announced, stepping IciBide, "and  thought maybe I could help. I'll keep  one eye out the window and if Mis'  Halliday gets back I'll cut an' run  through that hole in the hedge, aa������  Bhe'lil novor know I loft tho house.  Think o* her not lottln' me of* when  she's gone all day���������and him not homo  either f And Simaay. I"������B nevas. stay  there a minute except tho pay's bo  good, and oomottmos sho gives mo  her old clothes. Say! that Hghtnln'o  somethin' fioroer  (To Be Continued.)  Always on Hand  '   ���������__������#__    <k   Bf^aaknatf/M-aV  -<t_������^a.<7   ��������������� kuivi>n.VUk  Mr. Arthur ___!. Roots, of West Croydon, writes:���������''Discharged from Hia  Majesty's Forces with acute gastritis, I was left with a very weak  inside, and those who suffer similarly know how very careful on������  must be in what they eat and what  medicines they take. Constipation  and indigestion generally commenced iny attacks: headaches and  bad breath naturally followed; but  to-day I am able to eat anything I  fancy. My secret I can honestly  recommend, lies' in your pills."  Take Carter's Little Liver Pills.  All druggists 25������ and 15<f red pk-  War Debts Cause Trouble  Aftermath   Of   Great   War  .Retards  International Trade  Time, the great healer, will remedy  ������-������ways  Kept, on __an__ is a  many ills, but the financial aftermath  sure sign of appreciation of a medi-i   * ������-,,_, nwfc w��������� ~*n ������������* -a0o_e f>  cine.    Baby's Own Tablets hold this!"* *���������s   /v~". T.~ ~r~7    !r  enviable distinction In thousands of cneck and retard international trade  homes from one end of Canada to j relations if the nations do not take  the   otiser.       Mrs.    Hir-n^f    f'CT������ln"* * the-initiative of removins1 or alleviat-  tne otaer. airs, iuraesi Gallant, j  Shediac, N.B., is one of the young  mothers who appreciate the Tablets.  She says:���������"Baby's Own Tablets are  wonderful. I have used, them for my  little one for the past two years and  ���������would not be w'thout them. They  quickly banish constipation and colic  and keep baby happv."  Baby's Own Tablets are a mild but  thorough laxative. They regulate the  e*4r_^_i.a-_ _%!.     ������_������_.9     Ltf.M._.1-..     ������m..4..w������-.     J._..3J___..  ov--ii_=.vii cmj������_s uvrrwo, &cjjcvw i__LU_j=;cotton; break up colds and promote  healthful sleep. The:/ are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Cs_na_3_aiB Newspaper  Has  Long Record  ing the difficulties, declared Senator  P. L. Beique, president of the Banque  Canadienne Nationale, in "delivering  his annual address to the shareholders  of that institution at Montreal.  ' "It seems beyond question," de~  clared the senator, "that alleviation  of the war debts would be a practical  and most constructive contribution to  a resumption of normal economic activity throughout the world.  Brockville   -Seconder   Celebrates Its  110th Anniversary  Started on January 16, 1821, by  Chauncey Beach, an itinerant printer,  the Brockville Recorder, a weekly  newspaper, recently celebrated its  one hundred and tentH anniversary  without, so far as Is kno>/n, having  missed a week's publication during  that long period.  The newspaper was established by  members of the Buell family, acting  in conjunction with Beach, as a  protest against the Family compact  in Upper Canada, and Andrew N.  Buell, later master in chancery at  Toronto, who, as a law student,  wrote the inaugural address in the  first Issue of 110 years ago, stamped  the publication in the strongest  terms as a reform journal. It has  since remained a supporter of Liberal policies and principle.  Acids in Dtomacn  Cause Indigestion  Medical authorities state that nearly  nine-tenths of the cases of stomach  trouble, indigestion, sourness, burning,  gas, bloating, nausea, etc., are due to  an excess of hydrochloric acid in the  stomach. The delicate stomach lining  is" irritated/ digestion is delayed and  food sours,, causing the disagreeable  symptoms which every stomach sufferer  knows so" well.  Artificial digestents are not needed ������n  such cases and may do real harm. Try  laying aside ail digestive aids and instead get from' any druggist some  Bisu rated Magnesia and take in "water  right after, eating. ' This sweetens the  stomach, prevents the formation of excess acid and there is no sourness, gas  or pain. Bisurated Magnesia (in powder  or tablet form���������never liquid or milk) is  harmless to the stomach, inexpensive to  take and is the most efficient form of  magnesia for stomach purposes. It !_.  used by thousands of people who enjoy  their meals with no more fear of indigestion.  Canadian Indian Education  In the Dominion of Canada there  are now 350 centres of Indian education activity���������78 residential and 272  day schools���������under the Department  of Indian Affairs.  Complete in Itself, Mother CSrnvoa*  Worm )u-Ki������raui.L,'.utoi' uun-ti not roquiru  the asa'atarnco of any other medicine.  to make it oWoctlvo. It dooo not fall  to do its" work.  W*m _.������-> hihimh *mmmm*m*mmm*m***H*mimmim*m������  Xn quarries who**.' hiwryl in found,  work-in en nay that tlvlia mineral I������  n good prophet of weather changes,  becoming: doopor in color aa humidity  flnorcasca.  MEAN?  _ .,, day." They will always east a  Poirt be helpless when you throbbing head. Quiet a Brum,  suddenly get a headache. Reach bling tooth.  Relieve nagging  In your pocket for immediate pains of neuralgia or neuritis.  relief _.   II   you   ha-ven't   any Or check & sudden cold. Even  Anpirin with you, get some at rheumatism has lost its terrors  the first drugstore you come to. for those who have learned to-  <JTake ia tablet dr. two and be depend on these tablets.  fl-.d orthepam. Take promptly. Gargte with Aspirin tablets  1_T_a.    _____      _    _.______._���������    k__^   --__.._ ^     t|l0    j^.    8UBjpjcJon    0f    sorft  throat, and reduce the infection.  Lopk for Aspirin on the box������������������  and itiu won! Genuine in red.  Genuine   Aspirin   tablets   do  Nothing is gained- by waiting  to see if the pain will leave of  its pwrii accord. It may grow  worse! 'Y^hy postpoiie,; relief J*  Them are many times when  Aspirin tablets will "save tho    not depress ihe heart.  ''''��������� ���������A': *'&"*  .  R BS       19  >iim^ a^^Ep  ,<**? ���������  *pk^������^n*mm*M0''y������d*r**M%mm. W****���������������-*��������� THE  CRESTON  BEVIETV  m  ill!  ll'y .  "&'  V--.'  ,'. <  YY  Local and Personal  Sam Steenstrup was a bu.  at Cranbrook at the weekend.  FOR RENT���������Furnished room.   Apply  Mrs. 'John Arrowsmith, Creston.  R. B. Staples arrived from Kelowna  on Wednesday on a business visit.  Five loaves of bread for 25 cents at  Fraser's bakery Saturday morning only.  Mrs. Mallandaine is visiting friends in  Spokane this week, leaving on   Tuesday.  FOR REfNT���������Five-room house, partly  furnished.   G. J. Bayle, North port, Wash.  WANTED���������Secondhand kitchen stove  small size, state price, Otto Kockott,  Creston.  FOR SALE���������Five-room bouse and five  lots, about 25 fruit trees. G. J. Bayle,  Northport. Wash,  C. R, Ward of Cranbrook was combining business witb pig a ure ou a visit  to Creston on Tuesday.  Since its openiag early in August and  up till Wednesday Creston's new public  hospital has bad 100 in patients.  Don't miss Saturday morning's  barglan in bread at Fraser's bakery.  Five loaves ror 25 cents from 8 a.m. till  noon.  By a margin of 16 to 8 games  Creston's badminton talent trimmed  Yahk on Wednesday night last. In the  mixed doubles Creston excelled,, scoring  their margin of eight points m that  department of play.  Mrs. Albert Nickel and children of  Edmonton, Alberta, are here on a  holiday visit with Mr. and Mrs. Geo.  Nickek  PIANO FOR SALE���������Weston full steel  frame upright piano, in good shape,  $200. Apply at ranch, D. S. Timmons,  Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. Jas Cherrington left at  the first of tbe week on a visit with  relatives and old friends at Trail and  Rossland.  Miss Louise Nickel, who has been  visiting at Edmonton, Alberta, for the  past month, arrived borne at the end of  4-L*k _-_--"U  bfia^r    YT������?GJ_.  FOR SALE���������Team heavy horses, in  good flesh.   Also two  milch cows,  one  Just freshened, and some baled  hay.   E.  Nouguier,   Canyon.  The Presbyterian Ladies" Auxiliary  bave the February meeting at the home  of Mrs. Boyd on Friday afternoon,.  February 6th at 3 o'clock.  FOR SALE <or will trade for bay) ���������  Set bobsleighs, in good shape. "W ood  sawing outfit without engine. Also coal  beater. C. Hollm (J. Hobden ranch),  Cre.-ton.  FOR SALE���������Garage, $50, and frame  barn, $150; both situated at rear of Mr?.  J. F. Rose residence. Apply S. A.  Speers, executor estate J. F. Rose.  Greston.  Creston's public hospital was generous-  ly remembered by both the Knights of  Pythias and Masonic Lodges at their  .January meetings. Each society voted  $50 be given over to the hospital for life  memberships.  FOR SA������E OR RENT���������40 acres, all  under cultivation and every foot irrigat-   vui  ed; if desired can be had in 10 or -20-acre-J-. ���������  tracts. Apply to owner, E. NOUGUIER,  he  Canyon, B.C. "  has also been elected a member of the  town council.   In the aldermanie contest  came within two vores of beading the  poll.  With no general delivery of mail after  the evening train there has been a  demand for lock boxes and another  section of twelve has jus? been installed  at the postoffice.  In addition to being about the mildest,  oldtimers  are  quite   agreed   that   this,  January has also been  the wettest" and  most foggy in the recent history  of this  part of Kootenay.  At the annual congregation*.!  meeting  of Trinity United (Church last week,  two lady iriembers were added to the  board of Management, Mrs. Kernaghan  and Mrs. Geo. Cartwright.  FOR SALE���������4 geese, 7 ducks, 1 milch  cow, to freshen March 1st; team horses,  weight 2700lbs.; household furniture and  fairly complete line farm implements.  A. E. Hurry, West Creston.  Due to tbe heavy snowfall the local  hockey team cancelled the trip to Yahk  ou Sunday for the return game with tbe  team of that- town* A 1-1 tie game was  played at "Wynndel on January 18th.  The evening of Friday,  February  6th  has been booked for a bridge under tbe  auspices    of   the  Erickson   ladies,  the  >  m  _  ������  ������  __,.__.__..__.__,.  ������Jaaa_*_____La____k^Hhai____________b*fe____���������_������__���������___  *lJmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmm*m%)4m  ��������� __..__i._t.__..__,. *,.__���������  g   tn  Step  em _/J -fm%%  ��������������� M/% _���������_������  ���������%jr  Cost of Living  Every day you fiud Creston's Favorite Food Store  "keeping in step with the lowered cost of living.''  There are no delays. We do not try to save on goods  we purchased at higher prices. Our customers ALWAYS find our prices declining along with the lowered food market of producers and manufacturers.  They know they cau DEPEND on our prices being  in step with the lowered market.  Greston Valley Go-Operative Assn.  ItDC.Tnil -*  untdiun  Two Stores  E_.ll.F-M.J-  Deflnite announcement is just made  in connection wi.h the championship  school sporta that the individual cups for  highe&t points scored have been awarded  Olive Connatty, and Maurice Kelsey of  Erickson. The silverware will be delivered in a few days. This is the third  year in succession with tbe Knights of  Pythias have donated these championship emblems.  About ten tables of players were, on  hand for the bridge in the Parish Hall on  Friday night under the auspices of the  Woman's Auxiliary of Christ Church,  with the high score prizes going to Mrs.  Jas. Cook and J. Oakley, and second  prizes to Mrs Cherrington and John  Hall. Tbe ladies se.ved a delightful  lunch to close proceedings.  There was a largp turnout of orchard-  Js+O   gHKa rea.svt--_._u.9  ���������������_>*._*.:__  m -,-__  ���������~ ���������������. ������..��������� B-a_*.v.ao ������������������cci/_n.u On iv_.ui.u2iy  afternoon in the United Church hall, at  which Messrs. I_ittlejohn and Bradley  spoke on tbe B.C.F.G A. convention.  A committee of five was named to  decide as to -whether a representative  from Creston s!:ould be sent to Victoria  to safeguard Creston Valley's interests  United Church  .   Rev. R. E. CRIBB, B.A., Minister.  11.00 a.m.���������WYNNDEL.  4.00 p.m.���������CANYON.  7.30 p.m.���������CRESTON.  m  entire proceeds to go to Creston hospital.  in the proposed central selling legislation  Admission    50   cents.    Cards   at   S15  prompt.  J. F. Caotes of Nelson is a visitor  here this week, a guest of his sister, Mas.  W. B. Martin. Mr. Coates was one of  two unsuccessful candidates for m.yor  of Nelson at the elections a  couple of  CHRIST CHURCH  CRESTON  ._���������������_..__.  _^^_k_________���������_���������___>  THY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  _______  _ajjes^T^s_MBe|  SPECIAL   OFFERING!  ONLY  UUliUii   i BUiHi  wee_cs ago.  AU iuterested in Creston fulsii-  library are reminded of the meeting ������ i  Saturday, February 7th, to hear tbe  report of the membership canvass and to  decide whether the library shall continue  in business.  M. J. Lizak wishes to announce that  he has taken over the shoe repair business  of B. Morabito, and is continuing the  business at the old stand. Satisfaction  guaramteed, prices moderate,, and work  done when promised.  To-night's -social attraction is the  masquerade dance under tbe auspices of  the Junior Auxiliary of Christ Church at  the Parish Hall, witb dancing at 8.30.  The admission is 75 cents which includes supper. Good music and good  time.  At the January meeting of Creston  school district trustees a grant of $25  was made Creston hospital for a life  membership in the name! of the school,  and Trustee Jas. Cook was named to  look after "the board's interests in  connection with the hospital.  The only local shipping activity this  month is the movement of a few cars of  poles, whicb Monrad Wigen commenced  loading oi������ this week. In the local  forestry district the 1930 shipping of  poles was about 16,730, almost 80 per  eant. of which went across the line.  Monday's Nelson News contains the  announcement ;of the marrtage of W.  Edward Blake, the eldest son of the Rev.  W. G. Blake, a former Presbyterian  pastor here, who is now located at  Hamilton, Outario. The wedding took  place at Toronto, earlier in the month.  After another two days' curling the  mild weather that set in on Thursday  last again tied up the sport, and it will  tske two or three nights of cold  temperatures to get the ice in shape  again. Two more nights are required to  finish the President vs. Vice-President  competition.  We were in error last week in announc  ing that our former citizen,   W. Arrow-  smith, had failed   in   his   effort  to  get  elected to Rossland school board.   Bill  not only maee the grade as trustee but  oIlirQoi .ifiOiiilllg  Size 27 x 54 inches  Bright colors  PRICED TO CLEAR  y U y,  Special  JAN. 81st  f  CRESTON MERCANTILE  __���������!____.    _____���������___     Mil   -(-Hi    mhiIml     at*       m*A   m  "Ml   ___��������� ___        ^^^^^   _^^  COMPANY,   LTD,  ::c.*s������ftS:;:������^^  8 a.m, to NOON ONLY  5 loaves for 25c.  CASH  REGULAR PRICE  ���������������_.     __HU������M_  ,mjf *Lrm  4 for 25c.  Fraser's Bakery  SUtVDAY. FEB.  1  CRESTON���������3.00 a.m., Holy Commun-  _ Jon-_ 7.30 p.m., Evensong.  J-lSTER���������11.00 a.tn., Matins.  ERICKSON���������3.00 p.m , Evensong.  SERVICE TO  ALL  CARS  GAS,   OIL and  ACCESSORIES.  REBORMG and  XT A w xrtr  V_*-.���������������i V__i  jr* r������ rar_n__. mr***  with tap-to-date  machinery  ������ _������_.  irflo  ������*_._������._������  your Motor  nets} life /  Orasinn   Motors  wiwvivii IIIVIVI V  Canyon Si. at Barton Ave  * IT" V  ,f.rf.f.v������rf.v.y.ri|.f.rrr  Pre-Stock - takin  .���������_  VtCX  ������?>i.  en's SUITS &  OYER GOATS  MEN will find here an opportunity  decidedly uncommon. Tailoring and  care in making mark these SUITS and  OVERCOATS as of unusual worth in  ever}' instance. -  Included in   the  assortment are line Blue  W-tfiraiB      5������0V&*>        Nfliitc      _r������������*__.       nPa/t\*������*Bj]      f\er*gfm/.g.ji\^.9ff  *������������������ ������ ������������������_T        ���������_._��������������� ^������^ <v_ *>������������'_'_' .-     U.'S������        -=   SJH/s&Crii*        V^ ft^wa S. ������*i*rt������������  Exceptional value. Regular stock at $35.00.  We tfre offering these Suits to clear at the  low price of  *m  $24.75  OVERCOATS at $14.50 and $22.50  4  _L       S_  e ' rnmjf      -la ____-_-!        B       ^   l^^     *^7  DryGoods,Groceries.    PHONE 3    Furniture,Hardware  ���������J  *xzzm*xi??s*mztZzmmM^-m������M  ���������mf-rym.���������ay~~y^~y^TBrr^'_ M" r mttiw ��������� |jih ii mum mj py .m������i|������������>-  Greston Blacksmith; Plumbing &  Heating Company  ORESTON  Cah supply you with anything you  need  in  the  General  Blacksmith,  Plumbing and Heating line.  Wc carry a complete line of Bathroom Fixtures in stock*  Baths, Toilets, Basin*, Sinks, Range Boilers, Pipes  and  any kind o������ Fitting, Eavetrough, Soil  Pipes,  Vitrified sand Tile Drain Ptpes, ������&c.  In the BLACKSMITH line we give you the very best  of service, aa we have the Stock, we have the tools,  and we have tlie men who can do thc work.  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