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 Provincial I_ibrasv  'apl'31  H-__f  ���������WESV^MB  ���������^  ^ iJJfl  Vos,. XXII.  CRESTON, B. C.. FRIDAY.  FEBKUARY 20.   1931  No.  48  Hoard Discusses  Local Problems  Want Ferry Tow Rowboat^-  Committee to Handle Associated Board's Convention���������Ask  No Change Customs Location.  hall on Friday night is reported the  racct enjoyable in many months. The  turnout, however, waa not as large na  usual, although the number of Id ado  visitors was much larger than formerly.  Miss Brander, a former teacher of  Canyon Bchool. now at Glen.illy was  here for Friday's dance and Saturday's  concert, a guest of Miss Muriel Knott.  South Kootenay Water Power Com-  -PUr-.  __ WIS  mjc.i   m.  Creston Board of" Trade had the best  turnout recorded in months at the Feb-  mary meeting on Tuesday evening, last  with President Col. Mallandaine in the  chair, and the new secretary, J. S. W.  Clowes, taking the minutes.  . The secretary reported answering two  letters from parties in Alberta who were  anxious to lenow if there was an opening  here for a plumber's shop. They were  told the town already had two such  businesses in full operation.  During proceedings the secretary was  favored with instructions to take up  with the minister of lands the matter of  the department donating acreage on the  flats for an airport W. K. Esling,  MJ?.t will be communicated with informing him that it wilt be appreciated  If he will see to it that the customs  office at Rykerts is retained at its  present location on the Kootenay River.  The minister of puplic works will get  two letters. One will ask that a row-  boat be trailed alongside the ferry on the  Kootenay River at the Reclamation  Farm. The works department will also  u-6 prcS_������ri������ to see "tu it inat tut? roaa  around Kootenay Lake as well as the  necessary ferry be available for traffic at  the earliest possible date.  Another letter the secretary will write  will go to the village council asking them  to outline just what they can do this  year to provide a 10-inch main through  the business section of town and what  may be expected in tb.e way of better  fire protection that will assure a reductionin insurance rates.  Attention was drawn to the fact that  the Associated Boards of Trade of  Eastern B.C. will meet in annual' convention in Creston toward the end of  May and plans for the entertainment of  the delegates were tentatively discussed.  The local Masonic Lodge will be asked  to permit the use of their hall for the  sessions of the convention and Messrs.  C O. Rodgers, C. W. Allan. Dr. McKenzie and Gpo. Johnson were named a  general committee in connection with  the Associated Board's meeting.  A get-acquainted visit will be made by  members of the board to Boswel. on  Wednesday if the date is suitable to the  people at the lake town. Now that the  only desirable . road communication  Boswell has is east to Creston it is felt  that it will be to the mutual advantage  of both places to become better -acquainted and the flrst move in this connection will be sponsored by, the board.  wur__  making preliminary surveys along Goat  River in connection with the development of the canyon power.  The concert under Farmsrs' Institute  auspices for the benefit of Creston public  hospital on Saturday .night was largely  attended^ and after paying all expenses  there is a balance of $47. The Institute  will chip in another $3 to make- up the  $BQ snd take out two life memberships.  The entire programme is highly praised  by all who heard it, the Players  Orchestra of Canyon making a particularly fine impression, and the highland  fling by Misses Nissie and Helen  McRobb was equally popular.  Presby t%y Has  Session, Creston  . vv   Rev. P. McNabb and John R.  Miller Delegates to General  Assembly -~ .Former   Retiring  ������____���������    ������J- MKM-W  tXX *\mTM.m.M.  =.-_!  E-^iS*---_*- S_=_T������ <mmm%i mrarm  # _?_S_*_������_9������  Mrs. B. R. Bohmer  visitor in Nelson.  was a weekend  Rev. R. B. Cribb of Creston was here  on Su day afternoon for United Church  service at the schoolhouse.  Birth���������On February 14th, to Mr. and  Mrs. Edtgarri Ttatrman   <> ���������������;���������������_  Canyon 4-piece orchestra will furnish  the music for the Community Society  hard times dance in the schoolhouse on  Saturday night, 21st, with dancing at  8.30. Frizes will be given for the most  appropriate costumes. Gents 50 cents;  ladies 25 cents admission.  Mrs.  arrived  Mike:   Riedlmayer  fromrAustria-'��������� to '  ���������>has ju_t  join ;T__er  htfsba_-&, and they are at present  'occupying the former McLeod farm.  R. V. -Wii-cox of Salmon Arm. the  federal R.O P. poultry inspector, made  his usual monthly call at the Powers  poultry farm this week.  Business visitors since the first of the  week include W. H. Dobson, Calgary,  the Ogilvie firm representative; E������  Church of Cranbrook, P. Bums & Co.  reprsentatiye:. and Jas. Coutts cf  Calgary' representing the Northern  Rubber Company.  Herman Sommerfeld and Julius Ginter  left atfthe first of the week to work on  road construction at Washout Creek.  Kimberley Press: Mrs. C. H. Phillips  entertained at three tables of bridge on  Monday evening at her home on  Spokane street, complimentary to her  house guest, Mra. Smith, of Lister.  Prizes were won by Mrs. H. Twells,  first; Mrs. Smith, consolation; while  the guest of honor waa also presented  with a pretty and useful gift.  The Presbyterjr of Kootenay of the  Presbyterian Church in Canada held its  regular spring meeting in St. Stephen's  Church on Tueiday and Wednesday.  The chief business was arranging for  supply for the home mission field for the  summer months.Y.  The various reports presented showed  good work being done. Rev. R. G. Mc-  Beth of Vancouver was endorsed as  moderator of the general assembly.  J. R. Miller, elder of St. Stephen's  C urch, Creston and Rev. P. McNabb,  pastor *of St. Stephen's, were appointed  commissioners to 'ihe general assembly,  which meets in Toronto nest June.  Rev F. St. Denis1 of Trail, the present  moderator of presbytery, and Jas May  of Nelson, were app: tnted alternates.  Hearty "congratulations were extended  First Church, Trail, on the completion  and dedication of this new church, with  special reference to the veteran elder  p lice magistrate Noble Binns, who has  stood for many years for the principles  of Presbyteriamsm, and has taken part  in the building and support of three  Presbyterian   churches in   the city  of  xiail.   . ... ���������_  Rev. P. McNabb, pastor of the Creston church, "intimated to the presbytery  his intention to retire from his pastorate  of St. Stephen's ai the end of June. Dr.  Douglas, ��������� superintendent of missions,  was instructed to secure a suitable  successor to take oyer.without delay.  .--. .Ther������;werep&Bj__-_^  C rahbrook; Noble Binris,.Trail; -John R.  'Miller, Creston; . Rev. Dr. Douglas,  superintendent of home missions; Rev.  F. St.Denis, Trail; > Rev. J. C. McLean-  BeH, Cranbrook; and Rev. P. McNabb,,  Greston.  The presbytery adjourned to  meet in  Trail on September 14t .  oldtime dance will be held in the Parish I  Hall on March fith, which rrll' include I  the modern numbers as well.    ���������  .Workers in the Institute have just  completed a quilt of the spool design  which will be raffled. It was reported  there is still an active demand for the  new Institute cook book. On a vote  being taken it was practically unanimously agreed that the* tea half-hour at  the close of each meeting be continued  and the freewill offering continue to go  to the crippled children work* Standhig  committees and their convenors for 1931  -n-__r__������a_--vr-f,ar_ ������o f_-������U  Removes  ���������������*_-_* w ������������������  M.  C.  Legislation���������Mrs. Mallandaine.  Public Health���������Mrs. E. W. Payne.  Home Industries���������Mrs. R. Stevens.  Schools���������Mrs. W. G. Hendy.  Visiting���������Mrs.   M.   Young, Mrs  Ross.  "Ways    and    Means���������Mrs.    F.  Rodgers.  Work and Methods���������Mrs. D. O'Neil.  Community Betterments���������Mrs. A. B.  French.  Publicity���������Miss Edith Crawford.  Home Economics���������Mrs. Cherrington.  Agriculture���������Mrs. T. M.  Edmondson.  Hospital���������Mrs. Jas. Cook.  The tea hostesses were the irectors,  Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. Mallandaine. Mrs.  W. H. Crawford, Mrs. Jas. Maxwell and  Miss E. Crawford, and the freewill offering amounted to $2.30.  Wynndel Pioneer  Edward Butterfield Succumbs to  Attack Pneumonia ��������� Opened  First Postoffice and Store���������  First President Fruit Growers  Sifgl&ff*  GmWnjfo>n��������� GItji  Rev. E. R. McLean, supervisor of  religious educntion in B.C., is to speak  at the United Church at the afternoon  service on Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. Pcpperdine of Calgary,  Alberta, m are visttorB here at present,  guests of Mr. and Mrs. Taplin.  The Legion dance at the community  Murdoch McLeod  REGISTERED  OPTOMETRIST  will be at  F. J. Klin genu mit h's  Ericfsson  on fc  Wednesday, Feb. 25  If you cannot come out;  Phone ancl I will call-  Institute Names  1931 Committees  Miss Gwen Wilson returned -home on  Friday after a month's visit with he*  sister, Mrs. Harlow, at Nelson.  Mr. and Mrs. Gillie and Mrs. Crosby  were Bonners Ferry visitors one day last  week. '    ���������   ,  Miss Eileen Heap and Miss Isabel  Genest of Nelson were visiting at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. Heap at the  weekend.  ...Mrs:- .N^l^.-.w^im>������i^g,^^a^t������  'sneesr.'- SsT.,. Creston ;o_3:lS''__aturday.: ���������'T.  Rogers was a business visitor at ihe  metropolis on Monday.  ABme Siding  Bourne  left   on  where  they  will  Teachers   Organize  At a meeting on Saturday the teachers  of Creston Valley d elded to organize a  local Teachers* Association in affiliation  with the British Columbia Teachers'  Federation. Tho object of the Federation is to "Foster and promote the cause  of education in British Columbia/' and  "to raise the status of the teaching pro-  fcBsian."  Representatives.from CreBjon, Erick  on, Alice Sidi g, West Creston nnd  Huseroft wore present. A constitution  was adopted, and officers elected for tho  balanco of the nchool year. The executive will be:  President���������-F. RrLevira, Croston.  Vice-President��������� L.W.Stophons.Cnnyon  Secretary-Treasurer���������>M1bs J. White,  ErickBon.  Executive���������E. Marriott, Creston; W.  H. Kolthammer^ J-Iuacroft.  The local association will bring; educational matters in the Valley In closer  contact with tlio mat ot the province and  is in sympathy with the rocent action of  tho Croston school board in joining tho  Trustoos' ARN.clii.t1on. Its Mfilllatlon  with tho B.C. Teachers' Federation,  which holds art annual convolution, will  carry with it membership in the Canadian Teachers' Federation, a national  organisation, anrl tho World"). F..d������.ri.tion  or Educational Associations.  Having Bird House Competition  ���������Continue Crippled Children  Work Help���������Oldtime Dance���������  Membership on the Increase  1931 activities of Creston and District  Women's Institute were launched  auspiciously at the February meeting on  Friday afternoon which was in charge of  the president, Mrs. C F. JHayes, and  attracted an attendance of 30, with  seven additional members enrolled at  this meeting. For the first time \n  several months the opening ode was  given a musical rendering, with Mrs, J.  F. Rose presiding at the organ  A resolution from NpIsoU Institute,  which asks that a pathalogtcal Eabratory  bo established in that city, was endorsed.  It was decided that in future the  annual meeting will be hold at least one  weelc in advance of the regular January  session. $25 was voted io secure a Life  Membership In Creston*B publia hospital  for tho Institute.  During the afternoon C-ol.MaUanda.no,  Hospital hoard president, ' spoke hi  appropriate terms outlining thv uctivi-  tie? of tho institution ahel Making' that a  committee of the Institute take over  somo of the work, particularly In cooperating wherever possible with the  mntron. Mrs Jas. Cook, con vein or of  tho hospital committee, submitted! a  report which showed that since August  tho instituto spent $120 In vnrions ways  to help along hospital work. In addition  to cash It had also given ilonaticna  direct as well ������s passing ������lon������ glfy. from  non-momboi'B.  This year the Institute will hack n  bird houso competition open to pupils of  Croston public school, with tho tUHiilat-  an������n of tho tanchnrw, trwHt*>(*B nnd  officiate of tho Rod nnd  Gun Club.   An  Mr. and Mrs. Geo  Saturday for Moyie,  visit for a few days.  Victor Carr and Geo. Hood commenced the ice harvest at the end of the week  and are supplying their Creston  customers with a fair quality of ice.  It is hardly a foot thick this year.  Mr. and   Mrs. Jonah   Brubacher  of  Vancouver are renewing acquaintances  here this week, guests of Mr. and Mrs.  Willis.  Ranchers in this section have had calls  within the past week to sign petitions  both for and against central selling.  Mr. and Mrs. McDonald have returned to Kensley, Alberta, after a  short visit with the latter's parents* Mr.  and Mrs. John Kelly.  The Whist Club were guests of Mr.  and Mrs. Frank Sinister for the meeting  last Friday night, at which the prize  winners were Mrs. Willis nnd J. C.  Martin. To-night Mr. and Mrs. Roht.  Stewart are hosts to the club.  The surprise party last week was at  the home of Mr. and Mrs. John R-  Millcr, who had the pleasure of the  company of about 40 unexpected guests  for a dance to music by Bob and Tom  Marshall on drums nnd accordeon respectively. There was a flnesupper and  a flno time for all.  Death has claimed another of the  quite oldtime residents of Creston  Valley in the passing on Tuesday of  Edward Butterfield of Wynndel, whose  end came at an early hour that morning  following a brief illness from a severe  attack of pneumonia.  Deceased, who was in his 81st year,  with bis wife and family of eight children, came to Canada from Northampton,  England, in 1910, with the intention of  locating in the Windermere country, but  not quite liking that district came on to  Creston, and in June of that year took  up the present Butter-Held ranch, which  he proceeded to develop for strawberry  production which then, as now, Was the  preferred horticultural pursuit of that  area.  Having followed the business of  chemist for many years prior to coming  to this country, this business training  made him the logical selection for  Wynndel's first postmaster, when the  ciSce was opened in 1911, arm it was  quite natural that two years later he  should embark in gene?__l store busi_iss2?  and up till the time of his death he was  still active with his ranch, postoffieej and  store, aithough for the past few years his  son, Douglas, has assumed much of the  responsibility in the latter lines.  Thh funeral service was on Tuesday  afternoon at United Church, Wynndel,  with Rev. A. Garlick, Anglican rector  officiating and a very large turnout of  citizens to pa^heir, last - respects, many  flora] re_ne___for_re_ces also-bespeaking the  high esteemJn which deceased is held.  After the service the remains were shipped to Nelson, where burial took place  in the family plot on Wednesday afternoon. Those officiating as pallberarers  at Wynndel were Jos. Benedetti, Matt.  Hagen, H. Bathie, John Wigen, G.  Apponen and Geo. Taylor. At the  Wynndel church Rev. Mr. Garlick  spoke in appropriate terms of the departed and as the body was taken from  the  church  the   Dead   Marci  s played by Mrs. McGregor  u   .  w  In addition to the widow, four  daughters, Beatrice in England; Mrs.  Pitt Brooke of Pentieton; and Mrs.  Williams and Miss Dorothy at home ;-  and five sons, Percy in England; James,  Edward and John in Vancouver, and  Douglas of Wynndel survive. A son,  Philip, was killed in the great war, and  another son, Thomas, who waB a railway  mail clerk out of Nelson, for some years,  died and was burled In that city in 1922.  The Butterfield family has a most  creditable war record. Of the seven Bona  living at the time, six enlisted for overseas service, as well as a Bon-in-law, thc  late Frank May, who was killed in  action.  In the early life of Wynndel daceased  , took a part in community affairs," and  when the present Co������Operative Fruit  Growers Association was formed in 1013,  he was i s first president, and continued  to occupy tho position for 1914 and  1915, and maintained his shipping  connection with it continuously.  Although of a retiring disposition, the  la e Mr. Butterficld'o ability and  characteristic frankness in dealing with  all questions won for him respect, and  his passing will be regretted by all.  COME AND HEAR  EVANGLST. JOHN  District Superintendent in B.C. for Fentocoatal Assemblies in Canada, at the  PHI |.   /^f^Qi>|7|    TARI70MArf I?  JE, -im*  J.,HI^_ Wrilj "towS-   n.n**   ***1..llJ*f  ""I mm4*mmm MmM m*m      *m%      *ft *%**& Mmmmt <**i������ S(_������ Jkm     >-f ���������# ~"ffifr- ^W* MwA JfiUtfft  NIGHTLY at 7AS  FRJDA Y> Feb. 20-~t$negitmim> of tho End. "  SATURDAY, Feb. 21���������"Astrology Reveals Startling ComingExents.  SUNDAY, Feb. 22���������"Russia*s Menace Coming Here. "���������  MONDAY, Feb. 23���������"Chinaman, Gipsy, Jap/.  TUFSJyAY, Feb. 24��������� "Wtment Remarkable Revelations.'9  WEDNESDAY* Feb. 25���������"Heaven."  ������> ___��� I f_l
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In times like the present governments as -well as Individuals are hard
pressed to make ends meet and to secure the necessary revenues to carry on
the public services. In some respects the problems which confront governments at such a time are even more difficult than those which face the
Individual. This, however, is something few people are prepared to admit.
Inasmuch as government business is merely the business of all individual
citisens. instead of one or two only, it is well that people generally should
muierstaxkd and so appreciate some of the difficulties which confront them in
their collective capacity, federally and provinciaiiy, at the present time.
Tbe oid fallacy still seems to stick in the minds of many people that
SGvsr_____c-_t_3 ^�� always find mesney- that if more Is needed at any time, or
ia aay e___er^es_cy, it can easily he <jbtainM* that there jr, indeed, no "bottom
to -She public parse-, no limit to a. government's borrowing powers. And this
iBsisconceptson oo the part of so many people lies at the root of many of our
taxation problems.
When "hard times" come upon us. cropsr fail, business slackens, unemployment ensues, prices fall below costs of production, products cannot be
sold at any price, people turn to> grove rnments to help them out,���that is, if
they would only realize it, they turn to themselves. But they seem to forget,
or conveniently ignore the fact that their own loss of earning, consuming,
and tax paying power immediately reacts upon their governments, depriving
Wcruld Organize Commission
Suggests Farm Products Marketing
Body   To  Assist  Agricultural
Credits Corporation
Organization of a farm products
marketing commission as a corollary
of the agricultural credits corporation recently; proposed by E_ W.
Beatty, president of the Canadian
Pacific Railway, waa advocated by
John M. Imrie, of Edmonton, in addressing the Empire Club at Toronto.
The commission would be fact
finding and advisory only, under
��Sr. Iir.rSe'a proposal. It wouid
seek to co-ordinate production and
marketing and to stimulate and
support Existing marketing services
rather than to create any new marketing mechanism. It would endeavor to secure for Canada's own
farmers the largest possible proportion of their own domestic market,
thus displacing substantial imports
of secondary farm products from
other countries. Outside Qf Canada
it would seek to expand present
markets, to find new ones, and to
study requirements of both.
The commission would co-operate whole-heartedly with the Dominion Department of Trade and Commerce, the Canadian Trade Commissioner service, related transportation
and financial interests, and the various trade channels through which
the actual selling would continue to
be done as at present.
Mr. Imrie. who was chairman of
thc Canadian Chamber o�� Commerce trade mission to the Orient,
addressed his audience on ".New
Markets Across the Pacific."
Persian Balm invests every woman with subtle charm. Delicately
fragrant. Coaling and healing. Dispels all roughness or chafing. Makes
skins delightfully soft-textured.
Every woman should use this peerless
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unable- to pay taxes, and because, of
tiiem. of the revenues so ess6__tis.il to ttieet" the mere;
would place upon them. ���*
Qo-venansent revenues, drop =��>jC._.'u_.t..
to sell products at a profit, people !
necessity, they must consume less and make fewer purchases other sources
of government income are dried up or greatly reduced. But it is at just
such times when governments are least able to spend money,���because they
have not got it,���people demand that they spend more money than before and
thus provide work; they demand direct cash grants in relief to tide them
over the hard times; in a word, they insist that governments shall help them
out, ignoring the fact that collectively they are in the same position as they
are individually.���therefore, governments are in like difficulty to themselves.
Governments, of course, can borrow money,���up to a certain limit. But
every dollar borrowed mortgages the future. It must be repaid some time,
or."in the alternative, interest must be paid for all time to come. Once interest payments are not made the source of future borrowings dries up. And
every dollar required to pay interest, is a dollar less available for current;
government requirements.
Examine the present situation. Revenues of Provincial goyernments
throughout Canada are falling. 'IStey have less money to spend, and greater
demands made upon them than ever before. From the Atlantic to the Pacific
every Provincial Treasurer has the same story to tell, large deficits upon the
year's operations. They must secure larger revenues or enormously decrease
expenditures. Such revenues can only be obtanied by increased taxation at a
time when people cannot pay present taxes; decreased expenditures, except
in some minor details, are impossible because the people insist on larger
public expenditures, to offset the decline in private expenditures, and thus
provide employment.
The Dominion Government is in exactly the same position, falling
revenues, increased expenditures, large deficits. The Dominion is, therefore,
looking for new sources of revenue to make ends meet, and at the same time
the Provinces are calling upon the Dominion to relinquish to them certain of
Its present sources of revenue; asking the Dominion to pay them larger cash
subsidies; asking them to take over certain services and responsibilities
hitherto borne by the Provinces.
It Is becoming increasingly necessary that "All" people should realize
that whether a service is provided by the Dominion Government or by their
Provincial Government; whether the taxes are levied and collected by the
Dominion, or the Province, or the municipality; whether the money is borrowed by one government or another, they, the people, must do the paying.
They must pay now or luter. The more they borrow now, the more thay have
mortgaged their future, the more they will have to pay later, the heavier the
handicap they have placed on a quick and permanent return to better times.
Bearing this fundamental, inescapable truth in mind, people will be well
advised not to rely too greatly upon governments in times of stress, but
rather to go the limit in endeavoring to meet their individual problems as
individuals. It will be better for them, individually ancl collectively, in the
long run.
ern&nds the people | toiset    requisite.    Daintiness���beauty
���-refinement-���Persian Balm achieves
these in every instance. Softens and
whitens   the- hands.   Promotes   clear
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who care  for  additional  charm  unhesitatingly choose Persian Balm.
A Historical Monument
The famous tunnel which proved
such & strategic point for.the Germans during the 1316 offensive, has
been classed. as an historical monument by the government. Since the
war it has been called the Crown
Prince Tunnel.
All mothers can put away anxiety
regarding their sunering children
when they have Mother '.. Graves*
Worm Exterminator ta give relief.
Its effects are sure and lasting.
The earliest complete clock of which
an accurate record exists was made
in the 13th century by a Saracen
of all description, manufactured
from best quality rubber, is our
specialty. Write for special price-
list and booklet.
- Paris Specialty Co., Dept. F\
Casier 2423, Mohfreal.
*-* and light sewing at home.
Whole or spare time. Good pay.
Work sent any distance. Charges
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The revenue cutter service of the
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Lynchings In U.S.
Figures Of Xyuchlngs For Tear 11.30
Are Not Encouraging
Optimistic observers who thought
a few years ago that lynching was
about to" die out in the United States
get a jolt in the 1930 figures on this
American form of lawlessness. Twenty-five lynchings are recorded in the
closing twelve months by the National Association for the Advancement
of colored people in its annual summary of lynching. This compares
with twelve in 1929, a jump of 100
per cent. This increase is bad
enough, but when it is compared with
the figures for twenty-five or thirty
years ago, when lynchings ran as
high as 255 in one .year, it ��� is stili
possible to credit ourselves with
some progress along the road away
from lawlessness.-���Cleveland Plain
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wilt occasionally over-indulge. But white Phillips9 Milk of Magnesia,
don t suffer for your indiscretions.
It's folly to do so when you can so
easily sweeten and settle a sour,
upset stomach with a little Phillips*
Milk of Magnesia. -
Hearty eaters have long since
learned .the quick comfort this perfect anti-acid brings. Smokers know
how it neutralizes nicotine; brings
.back a sweet iasie; guards the
breath. Women know what it does
for nausea���or sick headache. And
when children have over-eaten���
sire bilious, constipated or otherwise
upset���--give them a little of ths
You'll be through with crude
methods once you learn the perfect
way. Nothing else has the same
quick, gentle effect. Doctors 'prescribe it for indigestion, nausea,
heartburn, gas, sour stomach and
headache. It has been standard
with them for over 50 years.
Insist on genuine Phillips" Milk
of Magnesia; a less perfect product
may not act the same. The genuine
is always a liquid���never in tablet
form���and the name Phillips" is
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Thc British army recently onrrled
out n very successful tost of feeding  vanco.
air. Two stops for rations wore made
on route and each day 56 parachute
loads wore dropped, each weighing
120 pounds. Fourteen "Wapiti"
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a spot of ground marked out in nd-
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British Settlers For B.C.
an army from the air, A column of 56 loads wero dropped In th�� marked
x,wo started out on a AfciO-mi.e march ehe.o. Tho Heeond day uil the ioadu
anil all their rations wore carried by [wore dropped as directed.
Heart and Nerves So Bad
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Misa   Thorcsa   M.   Ravary,   Gallingortown,
Ont.,  writes:���"I was troubled, fov  almost a
year, with my heart nnd nerves, especially on
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Moro wealthy British people came
to British Columbia In the last year
to settle, through the agency of British Columbia House, London, England, than over,before, P. A, Pauline,
retiring agent-general reports.
For the twelve months ending
September 30 last, Mr. Paulino said,
SOS people loft Britain for this
province with a view to immediate
settlement or in order to make a
personal inspection with a view to
settling, and all these people had
capital. Their total capital hmount-
eel to 680,610 pounds apart from
annual inoomea, totalling 42,-t3__
rtf.U0.0rt Per Capita
The net production of all gainfully
employed persona in Canada in 1030
amounted to $D,-_73,80:L,50G or $530
por capita, according to an estimate
of tho Financial Post BuhIiichb Year
Book, 1031.
W.   N.    U.    1877
hundred v^tal,
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Western Representatives:
HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SASK.    * -THE   BJEVIEW.    CKi_STO-K:   Bw   a  /I /:  ��������� ' ^W* _jr"^ t*S '���������*g* ^*Sft */~"*- f^-   ggtgr   a    f  " " "���������fTTT **--** Btf������_j-.^ffe  wKSEKf ������11������������_5  If: IN ONTARIO  Deportations From  Discussed  Toronto, Ont.���������After . the warmest  fcy-eleciion campaign lit cohn^Etipn;  with...,;,the : O-Xtjario legislature-- for  many years, electors of GrexLvtlle and  Hamilton West returned Conservative  government candidates by greatly re.  duced majorities. Y  James E. Sanderson of Oxford  Mills was elected in Grehviile, and  Alderman Argue MartfnJh Hamilton  West. Both constituencies have been  represented in the legislature by Conservatives for about 25 years. The  vacancy in Grenville was caused by  the resignation of Hon. G. Howard  Ferguson, newC anadian - high commissioner. West Hamilton was opened as the result of the death of Hon.  Fred T. Smye.   - ���������    - ������ ���������  Mr. Sanderson piled up a majority  of approximately 1,476 votes over his  liberal opponent, Percy Barnard.  The vote-was Sanderson--4,761; Barnard, 3,285.- In 1929, Mr. Ferguson  carried the Granville seat by a majority ofRightly.- more than. 2,000  votes." " ���������*".'~   '"���������'���������' ������������������.���������"-        "���������".--���������  Alderrr__u^;j$3������tfrfc'was victor ..by 384  votes over his ^Liberal opponent; Capt.  Elmore Philpott. At the last general  election in 1029,'"'"Hon. '���������F_' ~T_':���������Sinaye.  wO_i_s.rvaiiVcr w������s cicCiucu. j>y-.������..-majority .of 4,712 votes..- \_.   Y. .. ���������������;Y Y ..'....  Hamilton, Ont.���������Liberal forces in  the West Hamilton by-election for the  Ontario legislature -. - were - defeated  after one ofj the bitterest fights in  the history of the riding." Alderman  Argue Martin, Conservative government candidate, was. elected, by a majority of 384 votes over his Linear]  opponent, Captain  Elmore Philpott.  The campaign In Hamilton atr  tracted the attention of the entire  province. Captain Philpott chose  the administration of tlj& attorney-  general, Hon. W. H. Price, as the  issue at stake and fought a slashing  battle Eor election, backed by M. F",  Hepburn, M.P., recentlyYeteC ted lead-:  er of the provincial Liberal party.  Question Of Return Off English Born  citizens' Before British  House  London, England.���������Question of the  deportation of English-born citizens  from Canada came up in the: House  of Commons, imd Rt. Hon. J. H.  Tibpmas, secretary" of state- for the  Dominions, made it known that the  government is considering the. matter  of making representations to the Dominion.  It vvas Major Leslie Horebelisba,  Liberal member for Devoriport, who  raised the question In the Commons,  citing the recent deportation, of lftr"  British subjects on board the steamship ''Ascanta." Mr. Horebelisha asked that the secretary for the Dominions should represent to" the Canadian  government that "the deportation of  persons who had not been guilty of  crimes or any irregularity is hardly  an indication of a spirit of Imperial  unity."  ;   Mr.  Thomas  replied  that  the  en-  ETJROPE'S WEALTHIEST MAN"  Election Ad Comes  Manitoba House  Government       Bill      Entails     Many  Changes In Present Methods  Winnipeg, Man.���������Terms of the new  Manitoba Election Act, under which  the government plans to hold the  next election, were made known wheij  the bill came, before the legislature  for  second   reading.  New  provisions  ���������._ mm    ���������____. . _  Wj,XXmi       J-L������I  PARTY LEAKED  WILL CONFER ON  DIOYMENT  Edmonton, Alberta.���������-Party leaders  in   Albert's   legislature   will   confer  shortly in the hope of reaching agree-  peirmanent-returning officers, i ������*ent upon the stand to be taken by  different registration system, stricter  observance of candidate qualifications,,  and involve provision of new voters'  lists.  Based largely on Dominion and Alberta election acts the new act is  aimed at elimination of difficulties facing electors in listing their names,  explained Hon. W. J. Major, attorney-  general. If names, were not on* the  list at the time of registration or revision, he said, provision was made  for putting- .them on the list at election day; no votes- should be lost.  Nomination day ia to be 20 to 30  days  from   the  date  of issuance   of  Sir Basil _SaharOf_, Europe's wealthiest man and much discussed mys-  quiry in  the    "Ascania"    case    had   tery  figure,   who  is  seriously  til  at  ���������ltS;"it~was" explained,  and pollins?  shown   that   96   of     the     deporters   Monte Carlo.     He is 80 years of age '  were publie charges: in Canada, nine |   had been convicted    of    various    of-.      ScieHCe   ������������    G0V���������rnHSCIlt  fenses, one was suffering from tuber- j  .qulosls  and  the  remaining case had '      _.  not   yet   been   sifted.   Five,   he   said.,Believes -Party System Is Sadly Out  were Canadian-born children who, being of tender years," had accompan  ied .their..parents.,pack: to England.  ifllil���������  isastar In ���������Mna  Of Tune "With. Present Times  Winnipeg,    Man. ��������� Parliamentary  | practice is falling behind an advancing world, belieyes J. W. Pratt, Independent   for   Birtle  in  the   Manitoba  . legislature.  day the tenth day after nominations. Personal registration will be  eliminated, and revision will be  available by the returning officer, to  be completed within two days. Not  more than three deferred elections  are permitted under the bill.  Soviet Sls-ined For Wars  In the House, recently,  tm^^ Bu8sia is In a Large Measure  i he claimed no business or public util-'.  Advocates Free Port  Responsible For Depression  fairs  as  legislatures  do.  He  labelled     . Mon^e^/ ~^ecal^g *he a���������?"*������S  sion of Rt.  Hon.  Winston   Churchi_4  | over   the    Russian   developments   in  I 1910, Sir James Dunn, Canadian-horn  . ���������_          ..     .                       .                 A   I banker, ,-of Londonr England, declared  Among the improvements suggest- '.         *-,,*.,_,    - ^  - ������  ,                                                             <    - .      ..     t-,. t,             .    -               *      _   here  that  Soviet influence was  m  a  A considerable loss of life was feared. ] ed by the Birtle member were a fixed  ,_       ���������r_-_������__-v- -_���������_- "-__ -���������-  icugc  uicitSuic  jTc^ponSiDiti iOr   cue  ie-  Heporft   Says   Considerable   Loss   Of. ity. would attempt to conduct its af������  life Was Feared j  .; Peiping-,    China.���������Chinese    reports ] ^^ party system undesirable and un-  from Manchuria here, said that 3,000 , necessary, tending to decisions made  miners were entombed in the Fushun j otherwise than oh their merits.  ������  mines by an - underground  explosion  the province in regard to unemployment and the allied matter of unemployment insurauee, it was indicated  recently.  The matter was raised in the  legislature by presentation of a  resolution, emanating from ths , labor ranks, endorsing the principle of  unemployment insurance and. calling -  for immediate action towards institution of some such scheme.  In the debate, which preceded  tabling of the resolution, the Conservative leader, D. M. Dugasv expressed the opinion that unemployment insurance was primarily a federal  responsibili ty.  Premier John E_ Brownlee, taking  part in debate for the flrst -time  since the session opened, indicated  that his government shortly^ will introduce a measure which will spread  the burden imposed by present unemployment conditions over a number of years. He suggested a conference of parties with regard' to the  situation.  Answering questions from. W. R.  Howson, Liberal. Edmonton, Premier  Brownlee said he was hopeful that  an unemployment conference will be  called by the federal government, to  be attended by representatives of the  provincial governments, shortly.  Rescue work was  started immedi-   term of office provided by statute; an I  pp-nf        i___-������T.r._-s__-__1_-        f_sM-_*.-<3a2/-������3  .������ W _. _������W _��������� *     ^__.   _4w 4*    __p__~_^������ W-b*^J^.__i   ^t^Ptotf-i. -S^-~4_>*_  as*.  ately, but only a few persons could official Hansard for the Manitoba leg- | "ames ' ^ived^ere'7e7entLY from  be taken from the shaft. Relatives , ^axure; extension or proportional; New York en route to ^ native  of   the .entombed   men   gathered   at  representation   to  certain   rural   dis-! tQ Bathurst   N.B  the pithead; in their grief making a  pitiful Scene.  tricts and a time  lirnit on speeches.  Experts,   he   thought,   might  explore'  the science of government and recom  Two developments  a great measure to restore stability  Rothwell Is Appointed  I  BIT A _-_���������*_/-!_���������      i   A_H-Ml(>(.l!An(t|.  mtn ������ VOS.������-VES.     ^������U_LEH-LHEZa������?_^M*._.  TtlJieS   i/Vcr   p  Free Entry Of British Goods Through  Hudson Bay Suggested As Cure  iror Tioubles Of the West','���������:  Winnipeg, Man;���������Best of all the  suggested measures to lead Western  Canada out of its economic difficulties  was free entry .of British goods  through Churchill, Manitoba's. Hudson  Bay port, said A. J. M. Poole, government member for Beautiful Plains, in  the legislature recently/ Other relief  measures would not effect a permanent cure for the west's ills, he declared.  Mr. Poole forecast strenuous .opposition in Eastern Canada to plans for  making Churchill a free port of entry. He thought," however, that since  the east was "so much in, love with  tariffs," they could erect a tariff wall  east of the Head of the Lakes to  keep out goods that would enter the  west by way of Hudson Bay.  A farmer himself, the member for  Beautiful Plains discussed the grain  situation from the grower angle. With  reference to diversified farming,  Which he said bankers, boards, of  trade and urban people suggested aa  a remedy, "w.thout any appreciation  of the difficulties Involved," Mr. Poole  thought it was worth* trying. "But  3t Is not the real solution," he added.  Me urged that. tho Bennett government undertake 'constru'clion.* of  the Mafoklng short-cut to the Hudson  Bay Railway.  Edison Celebrates Birthday  Fort Myers, Fla.���������Thomas A. Edison received the "happy birthday  greetings of '-'the TJisited_ .States von  Feb. 11. Celebrating his 84th anniversary at his winter home, he took time  oil from his rubber experiments to  aid in a general observance of the  ������������������eventYFiorida ���������. and the city of -Fort  mend   improvements  in ^he   present  ,.   in Europe, Sir-Jajnen said, these be-  "antiquated system of  ness."  doing    busi-  or Dole  ing the collapse of the Soviet govern-  j ment and a moratorium on "war debts,  Questioned as to whether he believed  'the world depression, had- reached, its-  ! peak, Sir James replied, "What a lot  _______ -of money we'd  make if we  knew!"  Burden Carried By British Taxpayer   Nevertheless,   he  said,   many   of the  Is I_tcrea������4in������- j best  informed  men he  had  met  re-  London,   England.���������The dole,   it is \ cently had  shown  themselves  to  be  Myers-paid the snowy haired genius ' officially estimated, will- cost the Brit- ���������' "conservatively hopeful  of  a  better-  ish taxpayer between $250,000,000 and   inS   of   general   business   conditions  $257,000,000   "or  even  more"  during   before the year is over."  the   financial   year   opening   April  1,  ;   next. Sailing  End  Of ^arch  The figures are    contained    in    aj     Ottawa,   Out.���������Tentative   arrange-  memorandum     submitted      by     the  ments call for the sailing of the Earl  homage by dedicating a new ������500,000  bridge in his honor.  Boy Bandit Arrested .  Fort Frances,   Ont.���������For   45   min  utes 16-year-old Robert Kitowski possessed '$1,000, but now he is lodged | British   treasury  to   the   i\oyai   com- j of Bessborough, Canada's New Gov-  mission   on     unemployment      insur- j ernor-General,    from    Liverpool     on  in the town jail. Masked and alone  the youngster stepped into the Dominion. Bank here while most of- the  clerks were at noon-day lunch. Under  the bandit's levelled revolver, the  clerk handed out $1,000 and the boy  escaped, only to be arrested promptly  on the outskirts of the town.  osition  j_rormeriy SrleM  By 53. S. ArfceHr  Ottawa, Ont.���������George B. Rothwell  has been appointed acting Dominion  livestock, commissioner, tea&k which  position H. S. Arkeli recently, resigned to join the Canadian Co-Operative  Livestock Association. Mr. Rothwell  has been for some years in charge of  animal husbandry at the Central Experimental Farm here.  It is understood that I_5on. Robert  Weir, minister of agriculture, has  under consideration a re-organization of the various branches of his  department with somewhat changed  alignments of duties and the appointment has been made temporary  no doubt because a decision 3s pending as to whether such a reorganization be gone ahead with.  ance. The memorandum draws attention pointedly tb the gravity of  the situation.  Contributions by the state dole  fund will, by 1932, have been the  cause of borrowing from the treasury to the tune of $550,000,000.  March 27, on board the "Duchess of  Bedford." It is understood that the  official ceremony of reception will  take place in the legislature buildings at Halifax on the landing of the  successor to Earl Willingdon on April  4 or 5.  HAZARDOUS COURSE  Amy (Tolinsion, Returnh  London, England.--Buffoteel by high  winds .after crossing tho English'  channel, Mlaa Amy .Tohnoon Het her  tiny aeroplane down at North London  ���������airfield. Thft Britiah avlatris. wan returning from Hanover, Germany, after abandoning at Warsaw the proposed Lonclon-Poiping flight she  begun recently. She may nttompt  the flight again in the spring,  ���������Iup P.nns'Atlantic Flight  Tokyo, Japan, --The vernacular  newspaper "Hochl" ' announcod that  Bolji Yoshiharan, Japanese aviator.  Will make a leisurely trans-Pacific  flight from gTolcyo to S������ji Ftfanclaoo  Via. tho northern route in April.  W.    W.    U.    1877  .:.<;:  *T'  Wheat Exports About Doubled  The Cash Returns, However, Were  $1,800,000 Less  Ottawa, Ont.���������Although Canada  exported nearly twice as much wheat  in January, 1031, than 8c. the same  month last year, the ca__h return was  $1,300,000 less, it was ohowsi in a. report issued recently hy the Daminton  Bureau of Statistics. Total exports  in January last were 9,608,852 bushels, with a cash return pt. $59<_3fl,fl32^  In tho same month in 1030, the exports wero 4,994,054 nind the return  $6,768,033.  Exports of wheat flour during January were lower than in the corresponding month last year nnd the cash  return likewise was smaller. A total  of 392,256 barrels of flour was shipped out of the country during the  month, selling for $1,BS3,409. In the  same month last year, the exports  were 502,888 barrels with fc cash return  of   $3,069,103.  Convicts Recaptured  No  Ttvroo views of the rocky Oak Bay Gol������ Courso over which play for tho EL W. Beatty Challenge Trophy in the  third annual Emprcws Mtd-wlntor Golf Tourney will tal<o place February 23 to 28th. Tho top-plcturo shows a  goli'cr driving from the sovonth too, which facos tho Straits of Juan do Fucn and from which a warm sea  broozo is always blowing the unwary player's hall astray J Lower left, is the Oalc Bay Clubhouso, competition  headquarter)- and oxkromo right of course's oddity���������the tlilrtcoBth tee, equipped with a periscope to enable playora  to uoo ovor a ridge to tlie next green.  Dartmoor's    Grim    Itccoril    Of  Plymouth, England. ���������- Dartmoor*  prison's grim record of iaot & ningla  escape in its history still ������tand������. John  <__asken' arid John Mulllnfl, two desperate men, who got away recently have  boon recaptured and [mat lwu.k tot  their colls.  Thoy had a long ������4.n.rfc, hut UttTn-  chance of winning their bid for freedom. Tho region in which tlio Dartmoor jprinon standa in one of the most ,*  forbidding in England, abounding in  bottomlcaa bogs. Thoro Sa no potabla  water, and roadn leading to tho prison urn always carefully guarded. win*** r0Wi*4#iifr������hto?i*B<*a#*' ���������*.  THJfl   CKJESTOJ!.   JUSViKW  Telephone  Is  _____.���������!������ '. _ _Jj  monarch  Another speed record: Press  dispatches from Daytona Beach,  Beach, Florida, tell us that  Captain Malcome Campbell  has set a new world's speed record for 2.!-tQi_-obi!es_ His  mark is 245 miles per hour.  The aeroplane spaed record is  355 miles an hour.  Lutherans Erect Chapel  good   number,   Mra.   M.  community, and Col. Mallandaine, who  ,S J     1_���������Ji..   nnn^..^ _-_.,-.____.__        _. ._ _ _. ������     ��������� . '.. . ..  , Fast   travelling,    inqeed,   but  the telephone still keeps ahead  of   them all  with   its rate of  178,000 miles per second.  Seated comfortably in your  home or office, you can travel  by telephone to almost any  distant point, faster by far  than by any means of transportation known to mankind.  At a meeting on February 8th the  members of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church accepted recommendation  of their building committee and decided  to begin at Giiee*"t__e construction of the  chapel. Accordingly a lease on the Axel  Anderson lots at Hillside Road and Victoria Avenue was acquired. Building  operations began immediately under the  direction of Geo. Nickel, and the chapel  is now well under way. When completed  4-l__i n..^1__-r-m..~.   __r.ll     V. ���������     OA ._. OO  fr_r-_-     nnrl  *.__������_   ..&������������*.������-*?*._.-���������_     '-. ...        W        M*iS    -������   .-.<.   J.W-V.V,    ������.������.<*.  seat approximately 75 people. There  will be an entry hall 10 x 8 feet, supporting a steeple. It was decided to completely furnish the interior and to leave  the outside roughly sheeted until further  funds are available. The building will  be ready for dedication, it is hoped-  about Easter Sunday. St. Paul's  Church is affiliated with the Evangelical  Lutheran Synod of Missouri, Ohio and  other States, which broadcasts over the  Columbia system ' every Thursday  evening at 8 o'clock, local time.  tette was   a  Hagen at the piano, and loudly applauded, as was also a duet, "Whispering  Hope." by Mrs. Slingsby and N Mrs.  Abbott. Community singing was also  indulged in. and Jock McRobb favored  with a sword dance.  Wynndel lost one of its oldtime and  best. known^esidents in the death of  EdwJa?d'^B^prrfield on Tuesday morning  after^fjfehlott- illness. Deceased was in j  his SwrIj. ear and had resided here since  lSiUy'Ijji' which year he arrived with his  family- from Northampton. England.  He ojpened Wynndel's first postbffice in  1911, and a couple of years later opened  the town's, first store, in both of which  lines he cohtiaued up till the time of his  death.-' The remains were taken to  Nelson for burial on Wednesday.  tt  Talkies" Go Over Big  Kootenay Telephone Co.  UftfllTED  IHt UKtSTUN REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON,   B.C.,   FRIDAY,  FEB. 20  Canyon Farmers  R*______ __rt_.1sS55___-aa.-e_Bas Sa_A  i_u.5Ui.uie  S . __%..������* -_-,,������_.���������_.__.  vuuwn  m.fjmj%i.m.*.   *   _.__������������������_#-  <*_������&������?������  __ "-_������_ I *m t������ fir  _.-.j--^ijr j._a&  that while things may  VIUlllUC  be  Lii^ory  V\*yrl **rn_rrV������+*   K____r*o  *S4mm\J*.    -1   ������^,Jk-_   W       mm1*--*,   \m*f  ������_uu i.  pretty  ***������.-������ i-nrl-fc*-    *_}-****  *W t*������}--k,*<W %m%J  feel good because they are much  worse some other place, electric  light users ought to cheer up  measurably when they learn that  at Golden, where a Diesel engine  plant is used to generate the  "juice," the charge for light is 15  cents per kilowat hour up to 30  kilowats, and then 10 cents per  kilowathour.  Creston Power & Light  Company schedule is but 15 cents  for the first 25 kilowat hours,  and theh the drop is to 4 cents  for whatever more is consumed.  At Golden, of course, there is a  10 per cent, rebate for cash.  However, assuming the householder consumed a total of 40  k.w.h. at Golden, even with the  discount, he pays $5.05, whereas  at Creston the cost for the same  quantity of light will be but  $4.35.  This is a new scale of charges  just become effective at Golden,  and in referring to it the Star  says, ''The new electric light  schedule published in this issue  seem5.altogether toa good to be  true."  The inauguration of the "talkie"  movies at the Grand was an outstanding  success in every detail. There was a  large audience on Friday night and on  Saturday evening the house was taxed  to the 1 mit. The news reel was a good  one. The Metrotone Revue immensely  pleased every everybody. Its colors  were natural and delightful, and the  singing, dancing, dialogue and residential and garden scenery presented went  over big. The feature film, "Love in  the Roagh," was. a clean and sparkling  golf remedy that everyone liked. With  the exception of a slight hitch toward  the end the gramaphone music via the  loudspeaker rounded out an eveni-ig's  entertainment that has brought the  theatre management the unstinted  praise of patrons who are familiar with  the sound pictures, as well as those who  made its acquaintance for the first time  last week.   In the Talkitone machine  + V.O--   %*������*        V_.c_-o*������      %������-*e.-f*������llir>_-$     +W������_������     __T.wa__4-k.-J     Ijss  ample tone, and in the new Vocolight  screen and the redecorating of the auditorium with acoustic plaster the pictures  and the sound effects are seen and heard  to the very best advantage. The panel  ling and the new decorative scheme  throughout gives the house a very pleasing appearance. As more than one  patron remarked, both to sight and  sound the Grand has everything to he  desired.  Given for Hospital Benefit Nets  $50 ���������New Orchestra Makes a  Fine Impression���������Comedy is  Presented-���������Highland Fling.  presided, took occasion to thank the  people of Canyon for the very practical  way they were assisting Creston with tits  hospital, also highly complimented all  taking part in the programme on the  excellence of their efforts. The  programme:  1. Opening remarks by chairman.  2. Overture.���������Canyon Orchestra  3. Solo.���������Mrs. L. W. Stephens.  4. Juvenile Orchestra.���������Miss Lister's  Pupils.  5. First Aid Talk���������Dr. Henderson.  6. Violin    and    Mandolin     Duett���������  Messrs. Moberg and Bond.  7. Comedy, "Aunt Betsy's Beaus."���������  Canyon City Players.  8. Overture.���������Canyou Orchestra.  9. Solo.���������Mr. Forctn.  10. Club Swinging.���������Senior Boys.  11. Talk on Hospitals.���������H. Young.  12. Highland jjling.���������Misses Nissie and  _____ ____ ������.tt������a  13. Quartette,   "Good   Night."���������Mrs.  Kolthammer and Miss Knott;  Messrs. Bateman and Kolthammer.  14. March ���������Canyon Orchestra.  15. God Save the King.  The cash intake was $47, and the  Farmers' Institute, under whose auspices  the concert was held, proposes to add  another three dollars and with the $60  take two life memberships.  S^ssSs^Strsss^sfs  There was quite a large attendance at  the Valentine tea and ?a.le of pantry  products under Christ Church Ladiesf  Guild auspices at Mrs. Putnam's on  Wednesday last. The cash. intukc- was  $22.":'.'  Erickson waa well represented at the .  Farmers* Institute concert at Canyon on  Saturday night*   The receipts of $47 go  to Creston hospital.  Mrs* Penson Is spending a few days at  Canyon this week, a guest of Mrs.  Knott.  R. B. Staples of Kelowna was a visitor  here at the end of the week looking: over  spring operations at his ranch.  Mrs. R. Dodds Is *_ visitor wit!. Lister  friends this week.  Orchardists in the Erickson area have  had calls during the past week of  ranchers circulating petitions both for  and against central _.e__lr_g. ������re hear  more than a few signed both papers.  FOR SALE���������A new team disc.  John Bedry, Canyon.  Apply  Canyon's hospital night concert at the  community ball on Saturday night was  an outstanding success in every respect.  In fact the programme was so outstandingly good that the chairman, Col.  Mallandaine of Creaton, asserted that  it could hardly be equalled at any point  in the district, including Creston.  The fifteen numbers .submitted were  mostly musical, with Canyon,s newly-  formed flayers' orchestra making its  initial appearance under the leadership  of L. W. Stephens, and winning high  praise from all. The organization consists of Geo. Wickholm, T. R. Mawson  and Misses Ethel VanAckeran, Muriel  Knott, Holly and Grace Bond, violins;  Jas.' Turner/ trombone; Mrs. Kolthammer, piano; and Mr. Stephens,  clarinet.  The dramatic feature was the comedy,  "Aunt Betsy's Visit," with Miss Helen  McRobb in tlie 'title role, which was  enthusiastically received. The "Juveir-  ile Orchestra," under the direction of  Miss Lister, and the club swinging hy  the boys in charge of Principal Stephens,  were even more enthusiastically received than on their original presentation at Christmas time. Misses Nissie  and Helen McRobb were great favorites  with t eir highland fling dance. Dr.  Henderson of Creston gave a talk on  first aid methods; Hilton Young spoke  briefly on the value of a hospital to any  Use our money orders  Wlien. yoii pay a small  bill use a Bank Money  Order. This method is  safe and economical.  Tellers at any branch of  __-!_       *��������� ������������������-_ it*    --1-31 *I*J  rzis g_3S-e_H_. wii-i |&JU������3-M.y b������ju.  vou. Moaev orders.  .S-HNT������  Capita! and Reserve $15;Q00fQQ0 |  CRESTON BRANCH       Y  .       J. S. W. CLOWES, Manages  Brandies at Nelson, Invermere,Cranbrook and Fernie  Miss E. Hagen of Nelson returned  home last week for a holiday, and is  accompanied by her neice, Gwen. Moore.  Jim EuiterS^Jd of Summerland arrived  on Monday, having been summoned by  wire due the fatal illness of his father.  At the meeting of the W.A. last week  work was distributed and plans formed  for annual sale. $10 was donated Queen  Alexandra Solarium, Victoria.  The entertainment at the K.K. Klub  Wednesday evening was by the older  members. Bean guessing was won by  Miss A. Egger and O. Ringhehn. Hat  trimming competition by Jock McRobb.  Ths peanut race was won by the ladies���������  the men taking a minute longer, and  some not finishing.   "A heck of a quar-  avff I  _&-_������-  __r9 ������___ uodl^  tf  itopendabiUty  Special for TEN DAYS  MEN'S  Extra   H eavy  Blue Denim  reel back  PANTS  Five pockets  REG. PRICE  $2,25  CLEARING at  $1.85 per pair  f.NRSTON  in  The month of January waa the  busiest thc hospital has hod since opening. The daily average number of  patients being almost seven.  Mrs. Dolf. Weir was discharged last  wpek, in time to celebrate thc eleventh  birthday of her son, Billy.  G. A. M. Young spent last week in the  hospital undengoing treatment,  Thc tonsi.B patients recently include  Bert Crosby and Harold Spoors.  Mrs. John Urichuk of Canyon was  operated on a week ago. and has made  satisfactory progress.  Dobie McDonald and Mra. P. B.  Truscott has been discharged.  Little ������������������Bud1* Rogers had to undergo  an     emergency    operation    for  acute  appondicitisi early Monday morning.  Ilia condition has boon critical, but so  far he is as well as can be expectod.  A son has ttoen horn to Mr. nnd Mra.  Jans. Bnten_.__m of Canyon. Both the  mother nnd baby are doing well.  Marguerite ,Toy of Wynndel is a  patient nt present, Visitors will not bo  allowed until hor condition Improves.  lira. T. 13. SHngsby of Wynndel haa  boon admitted for treatment for a few  dayn<  "Dnm.nio Phrcukko of Sirdar was  admitted Monday night nnd  is  much  improved.  THE longer you drive the new  Chevrolet Sise the more yots  will appreciate itB ruggedness  and reliability. Its increased  wheelbase gives added stability  and freedom from -vibration.  The frame and axles have been  strengthened. There is a stifle*  crankshaft and reinforced  cylinder block. The moulded  brake linings give as much as  25,000 miles of service without  relining.  The new Fisher Bodies are not  only smarter and roomier, but  are also of hardwood and eteel  construction . . . the strongest  known* The fine upholstery  fabrics are specially selected  for unusual durability. The  non-tarnishing chrome-plated  metal parts, and gleaming  colors will retain their beauty  indefinitely.  The new- Chevrolet Six is built  to give you years of faithful  service. And it sells at new tow  prices!  - ������40������  - 653  ��������� 03  - <H>5  720  .43*  ^gp^ "mmmM" 'fmrm, *��������� *** t__-_.    *M~mm.' *__MP     "mbt^i mmi mC*m   *_���������_* *^____"^  ^g9    *    ^^_QS      I^R^*     jBLF      WWMWMW     Jffl WSk    BM ^91^ Bl (^n^     ^ffl      ^R^������  ^53 t SSlTSL SB,_nl    t_7    JBSJBB' ^B...l^ SsLS JBLtA   ,.B5I.        S3^ JHL _.*������TBL  3JT������"est M4������*usr _P,K*ici������s_  Tlie Standard Roadster  The Snort Roadster ���������  Tlie PJineton   -  The Conch -   -   -   -  Tlie Standard Coupe ���������  The Standard Five.  Window Coupe   ���������  The Sport Coupe -   ���������  (With Rumble Rent)  The Super Sport Rondiiter   760  -   840  *Ste wire wheels, fender mill  c������������? Irtmh rack htciwletl *������ rtrrd  mndith at itnttrlartf- tquipmtut at  slight axtm coil.  prices at factory, Otftawa,  <nr������f, bumpers and spare tirt  extra. A complete Una of Commercial Cars and Trucks from  $470 up.  The Standnrd. Sedan  The Special Sedan  C7.24  CliEJSTOTSr   MOTORS  ORESSPTON THE   CSESTON  -REVIEW  .  *<-TV        W*   "  mrr++Tmr    <*t% *Mm    **tfr Jftb-   ���������#*#���������&������*  ������*������3FS-REX: r������W*ag.'��������� ���������  ELL������  *_*__  o::  WhoopstBg Cough Syrup  Bronchitis Remedy  Syrup of Linseed, Licorice,  and Turpentine  \B*s  iSTON DRUG & BOOKSTORE  GEO. H. KELLY    -  THE-.���������R-ESStA.IjI-i' STORJE  ������* .  PS  ^If^^^WS^^^^^^^  %3*3eBjmimt\mjkimjmj*m  _ ���������*.,._������*. ������������,������  3  .*���������>���������__ f    .   *  f .     r"-*''' Y>   {"��������� *_^  JBuy your  of  AWL?  WOOD  . NOW!  -__o_____-_n_________H  .4s.% ������_.*?  for prices on. hassling  artxiihincr anvajih*****-**  ������^ K*     -~"" "a^ "^^ .  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  EJa ao_aif������|iBa_iisDiiJ9a.aoaie>.������ ���������������������������������������������������*��������� -*������������������������*������������������������������������������������������(_������������������������������������������������������������������������ _)������������������������ ������������������-���������i������_sb___iS  H!  ..��������� UMSm ��������� -_jW|!h.  r8 ^i*yi* .������u(i_row������ ff  Have the returns frqm 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 youf  grocery bills, &nd now is the j.ime 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,  2 x 4's, 18 and 20 feet, No. 2's  1 x 6, No. 2 Shiplap,  1 x 8 and*l x 10 No. 2 Shiplap  it  44  17.00   . 20.00    17.00  .......... 18 00  GHAS8 <_>��������� ROI3-Gr������]R^  CRESTON .  E2an"=ao n h oo aDasDoossa o'osonoosB ooaifioaaaoayoeton *^tkmma*aaaa******m*aa***********  13  ���������El  r  spending  less than  Thrift  census ts   in  you earn..  If by careful economy you can.  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings bal������  ances and  shall  welcome your  account*.  ���������vj _j.M������>y,������vw<  w  THE CANADIAN BANK  \mJWi   ,    ^mm0^mmJfjX*\\XX  Capitol Pnid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creston' Brnnr.h  I.. 'J  Vcxbzc, !.iii-._.K.wk  Printed Butter Wraps, at Review Office  Mrs. W. M. Archibald! left on Friday  on a visit with friends at Rossland.  FOR SALE-^E#e& with lambs^ pricear  according.   J. Jn.uinEByt W ntiuel, B.C.  Lent    cpinmencedKon    Wednesday.  Easter Sunday falls .f&jK. April  5th  this  year. ���������-���������'���������o,',:      'iw  ������������������:������������������'    '-.      'Y-. ��������������������������� .Yy������  ��������� R, S. Bevsttisft. SE^Ssnday on. a short  holidayyMtiflih. friends in Nelson arid  Trail. ��������� ������������������.-;. '-'W~Y ��������� 'i*{pf~ . '''",    '' '  Hr S. McCreath and A. L. Palmer  were business visitors^ at Cranbrook on  Wednesday."        "������������������''%:������������������������ '.-.:<-,,������������������        '   -"  Holy CcsiTr-anicn ^Sl^0^syenaed i_v  Trinity United, Church ^t^^lose of the  eveningservacfei; Sunday, 22nd.:  The 1931 ice harvest is .under way on  Hood's Lake. The frozen fluid is of a  fair quality but hardly a foot thick.  ��������� :i '     '"'.'���������.' Y<; '���������'**.''" ;  Jas. Anderson   of  Vancouver  was  a  business visitor here oh  Thursday   and  Friday on Reclamation -farm, affairs.  Commencing with Monday of this  week the Premier Garage is operating  all its departments on a spot ca=h basis.  Seven new members were; enrolled at  the February meeting of the Women's  Institute bringing the membership "up to  almost 40.  Mrs. Laithwaite   of  Spokane  was  a  weekend visitor here with her gon and  daughter-in-law, Mr. iand Mrs. John  IJaithwaiteY  POTATOES FOR .SALE���������Netted  Gems, good for seed or table use, $1*60  per 100lbs., delivered in town. John R  Miller, Cieston.  The Ladies' Auxiliary of tlfe Presbyterian Church have reserved '^the afternoon of March 17 for; their usual St.  Paterick's Day tea.  HAY FOR SALE���������About five tons  mixed clover arid timothy, $12 ton at  shed: Mrs. L. Johnson - (opp. Jas.  Davis ranch)/Creston.  At their meeting on Friday afternoon  the^Women's Institute decided to have  an oidtime dance in the Parish Hall on  on the evening of March 6th.  Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be  dispensed at the Presbyterian Church at  the morning: service on Sunday, with  preparatory service this evening.  Due to the unfavorable weather prevailing on Wednesday boairdYof tfade  had to cancel their get-acquainted trip  to Boswell scheduled for that afternoon.  FOR   SA������E4-yictroIa;v table -model:  Perfection 3-burner cooker- - Perfection!  heater, hand  loom,   with   material  for  weaving������22 rugs. - Mrs- J. .W. Hamilton.  EGGS FOR HATCHING���������Purebred  White Leghorn hatching eggs,.'85a. per  setting of 15 eggs. YNow is the time to  place your orders. V. Mawson,  Cfeaton.  Rev. E. R. McLean, for several years  leader of religious education in B.C.,  will preach in the United Churches of  the Valley at the usual services on  Sunday.  FOR SALE OR RENT���������40 acres, all  under cultivation and every foot irrigated; if desired can be had in 10 or 20-acre  tracts. Apply to owner, E. NOUGUIER,  Canyon, BC.  Bert Boffey announces that he -has  taken on the agency of the dependable  Hardie sprayer and can supply you with  a machine that exactly meets your  requirements.  J. F. Coates of Nelson was a visitor  here early in the week, a guest of Mr.  and MrB. W. B. Martin. He has just  been named electrical inspector by the  village council.  At the meeting of the school trustees  on Monday night it was decided to call  for tenders for clearing, and ploughing  the acre of land recently acquired for a  high school site.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Auxiliary St.  Valentine tea .and ante of cooking at  Mrs! Honderson's on Saturday afternoon  wais quite successful, the cash intake  was almost $30.  Owners are again reminded that tho  dog byrlaw is to be slirictly enforced and  to save trouble tags should be purchased  at once. Last jtoar 81 licenses wero  issued in the village.  The inauguration of tho "talkies"  bro'i'Ect out thc larval Saluruuy night  crowd the Grand has aeon for many  m6nths. Tho theatre was comfortably  filled on Friday night, also.  LOST���������On Kootonay flats dark red  heifer, 2 years old, branded 55 on left  ribs,' hole m" left ear. Reward to party  giving information leading to recovery*  John R. Milter.  (Alice Siding), Crenton.  Tho auto travelling public is advtaed  that the part of tho Kuskanook road,  between Goat Crook and Boswell nnd  Looannrd Clark's much and Grry  Creek, is closed to traffic until further  notice. '       .....,,  Geo. Henld, a former bookkeeper with  Canyon City Lumber Compmny Kind tho  -old Fruit Growers Union, Who moved to  Nelson in ISIS, was renewing acquaintances on Wednesday. He has been  located in Spokane since 1925.  CHRIST  CRESTON  ���������m^ *  a * *.**  \&f~*U*  'ft T_"W������fl  B  SUNDAY, FEB.  22  C&ESTON���������7.30.p.m.,, Evensong.  w#r-������o/ 4_/i"V,  -    b. e.  F. H.JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  Listings solicited.  CRESTO!.,    3.C.  We  invite you to inspect our  new stock of  9  whieh have just arrived !  Mewest Shapes.  Nice assortmeot of sizes.  Prices are tight.  i-  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing   Wi Wm  lllll  w%  for Your Car  The Chinese pay their doctors for keeping them wellf -That's our job with your  Ford car.   Our Mechanics are trained to spot  trouble before it happens.   By keeping your car running smoothly all the time they'll save you many dollars  in repairs.    Bi__s fix small ills, and you'll never have any major  mechanical operations to worry about.     Slip around and look  over our fully equipped shop.   You'll know then why we can  do a good, thorough job at a low price.  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING Of������ERATE_S SY SASCLiNE  .J*-m,.m..A.+.    ���������. __.A___._A.__.._.. zk.A.A. ______ _l___   _������_.__.__. A. A. J_   A    _--__   _-__���������______  ^/\s  L!  V-^ -/"%-   1���������mi  i  4  4  >  How  is   your  Coal   supply?      Fill   up  with  JEWELrL Coal.    Don't have an empty coal  bin these chilly mornings.  GO&D DRY TAMARAC WOOD  TRUCKING  Sand & Gravel  HAULING  I UnSl^i Ell  P.O. 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Lesson: Luke 8.  iDevotibnal Reading: Isaiah 61.1-S,  10, ll. ���������.'-.:-v- y;     ���������  - ."  -     _'  Aerial Progress In North  Extension Of Transport Facilities By  J_leet Of 'Planes  one of   tne  outstanding  ATENTS  P  j������       A   L!8t   Of   "Wasted   Inventions"    ao������  Full Tnformatton Seat SYe. Oa Request.  The ____SS������&������ _*������     D*"-.     S'S bank *-r3  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Carylnon Bellairs, Conservative,  lianded Prime Minister Ramsay Mac-  donald an affidavit, asserting" there  were 652,200 prisoners, working in  Soviet lumber camps last Mag'".  Explanations and Comments  , The Great Missionary, verse 1.���������-It  came to pass soon aiiervwards���������Luke  gives no definite information as to  the time���������thM Jesus went thnough  cities and villages, a great Missionary accompanied by His twelve disciples, and everywhere TI������ preached  and brought good tidings of the Kingdom of God.  The Ministry Of Women, verses 2,  3.���������Certain women whom Jesus had  _j.eH.LSu.   w6i.c  o,_i.v.    11.   i.-x'v.  x/v_-_.������._>-.^,   ii-ivi  among them was Mary Magdalene,  probably so called because she was  from Magdala, a village on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee, and  to distinguish her from other Marys.  We are also told that she had been  freed from seven demons, and by this  is meant, not that she had been depraved, but that she Had" been violently insane and had been restored to  her right mind by the power of Jesus.  Another woman was Joanna, the  wife of Chuzas, who was the steward,  or manager, of the home of Herod  Antipas. Mary. Joanna, Susanna, and  many other women ministered unto  them of their substance, gave their  money "for the food and other necessities of Jesus and His disciples.  Throughout His ministry Jesus had  no ti where to lay His head, but was  dependent  upon   the "hospitality  and  Astounding!  Can Eat Anything.  Mr. Ff&tik Chatburn, of Blackburn,  writes:���������-"! have suffered long from  acid stomach and constipation, but  since being advised to try your  wonderful Carter's Little liver  Pills i began to feel th? benefit after  almost the flrst dose. I can now  honestly Bay that I can eat anything and enjoy my food knowing  that I will not suffer any disagreeable after exrects."  Take Carter's Little Liver Pills  for sick headache; biliousness and  constipation. They act as a tonic.  All druggists 254 and 75# red pkgs.  develop  snents in thc S-Tcrth is the  being made in aerial transportation.  With the inauguration of the air mail  service;   the   extension,  of  transport  <_?������-������ #������*!*���������������__*_!��������������� "W** ��������� ������������������������*������#-% m^m*^*,en.**eht *r������^ ?���������������*?��������������� ���������������*���������_. ��������������� *^i*_r  AUivmMva     hfjr      v**v   .*���������������_. %���������������������������_.*������     isa*       j^iiAUVfV     v*  the three, mineral coaap&aieg; operating In the "'NortK-^(-������t'i:;Tc_^orlea In  moving t prospectors and supplies to  different fields: and the Sncreasinerly  VAHflSH QU1SBC  ' H%JS^ ������___. __.__. -._.-__i __m. ������i;-v������-__  ������./      M.WW      ������������ MM.    .^_ ������ ��������������� ���������������������      n ������������__.   * M....llg  -rsBhen. ������a* application oi *Srfoth*_-  Salva' saded tto _.clU2ig.____ cleared'  ���������assy, skin." Mrs. Cms. ialnes. Ciet  "Sootha-SaUr-." today. AU d-ugjtfsta.  Prosperous NewsdfeaSers  Three  Questions For  Germany  ii?    i������  Ai  ��������� '��������� Many newsdealers in London, England, axe anELkirig from*- $7,500 a yeaa."  and   wore,   according   to   Alexander   MacLaren, secretary of the National  Important part played by the Royal I Federation of Retail Newsagents and  .... I B*������tionor_.; who testified recently before the House of Comr__Gns Select  Committee. He told of one street  seller of newspapers and periodicals  who is making S15.000 a year, of another newsdealer whose profits total  $10,000, and several others with yearly incomes of $12,500. .  A   ���������!���������������      X2* ***���������**���������* mm       4 ���������%        AAWlfll        -BM1 <W  _   ing and transporting government offi-  cials and supplies, the aeroplane In  the North has become a common  means of travel* In one day recently  as many as twelve 'planes were seen  at one of the posts along the Mackenzie River system.  And  ������.������_lfA������  19 VT ������  Be  Lumber and puipwood    from    four  localities of Russia have been barred \ kindly ministry of friendsand strang-  f roan the United States hy the treas- :frr^  ury unless  the    shippers    can   prove  they are not    produced    by    convict  labor.  Viscount Willingdon, who in April  will become Viceroy of India in succession to Lord Irwin, has been designated an earl by the king. Lord Willingdon retired as governor-general  of Canada to take up his new post.  Bermuda's legislative council voted  5 to 2 against a measure which would  > The Parable Of the -*Sower, verses  4-8.���������"Within the view of Jesus as He  spoke this Parable of the Sower was  doubtless a sower at work in a cornfield which descended to the water's  edge. Dean Stanley describes such  a field: "There was the trodden pathway running through the midst of it,  with no fence or hedge to prevent  the seed from falling here or there  on either side of it or upon it; itself  hard with the constant tramp of  horse, mule, and human feet. There  was the good rich soil; there was the  j rocky ground of the hillside, protrud-  permit physicians to use automobiles '; ing- here an<3 there through thfe corn  on island. Bermuda has resisted, for j fields; there were the large bushes  years all attempts to introduce the of thorn���������the 'nabk,' that kind of  motor par which   tradition   says  the   crown   of  motor car. thorns -was  woven-���������springing  up  in  The entire squadron of eleven Ital- the very midst of the waving wheat."  ian seaplanes, which reached Brazil i A sower was sowing seed, so runs  after   a  trans-Atlantic    flight    from i this parable  He lived in a hamlet or  __^ ,   __, ___      ^ ~!      , I village, as all the farmers do now m  ~* " "       -----        ��������� Palestine,  and went to his unfenced  field afar off to sow his seed. Some  of it fell on the beaten path which  ran through the field and lay there  on the hard surface till the birds de-  Rome and Portuguese Guinea has  been sold to the Brazilian government.  The price was 870,000 lire (about  $43,500)  for each 'plane.  Soviet Russia will participate in  the work of tlie commission studying plans for a European Federation, the government notified the  League of Nations but reserves the  right to define its attitude towards  the commission at a later date.  Which    Could    Very    Well  Asked All Nations  Viscount Cecil of Chelwood, British  delegate to the League of Nations  preparatory disarmament commission  in Geneva recently, put three questions on peace and war to tho German people in the newspaper "Boer-  sen Courier." They were:  "Are you willing to let your young  sons, now attending school or playing at home, get killed or mutilated  in a coming war because several nations fight out their rivalry with  weapons? ������  ''Secondly, are you satisfied that  the nations spend over $10,000,000  daily for armaments while at the  same time millions of families sink  into deep poverty and unemployment,        _- ...i__ .___-.    j���������_<.!J-..������tnnn     ~*    "���������"_.  culvt   SiU_tUi.a-ievu_ii^   ^xi.e>v.-������.u������._i_x_i3   ui   ou"  cial,  religious and educational character suffer enormously?  "Thirdly, are you willing to see to  it that international disputes are settled by your government in a peaceful way, that your government adhere to a policy-of co-operation in the  interest of all nations, and that  money will not be "senselessly wasted?"  B*or Jfrost Uites and Cial-Mlalns. ���������  Chilblains come from undue exposure  to slush and cold and frost-bite from  the icy winds of winter. In the treatment of either an excellent preparation is Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, as  it counteracts the inflammation and  relieves the pain. The action of the  oil is prompt and its application is  extremely simple.  Canada's Low-Priced Power  voured it. Some of the sefed fell on the  hillside  where  the  underlying     rock  cams ver,r near ths surface: the soil  there  was shallow and the warmth  of the rock made the seed spring up  quickly and look very promising, but  the roots of    the    plant    could    hot  strike down deep and avoid the heat  of the sun, and therefore the plants  quickly withered  away. Plants  from  the seed that   fell   where    seeds   of  thorns were plentiful were overshadowed  and   starved   to   death  by  the  more rapidly  growing thorns.   Some  seed there was    that    fell    on    good  ground, where the soil was rich and  deep   and   free  from   thorns,   and  it  j yielded thirty and sixty and even a  hundredfold.   "He  that hath  ears to  hear, let him hear"���������thus Jesus ended His parable.  For RHEUMATISM  *  ���������  Prompt relief from-���������HEADACHES      ���������    * ��������� ���������  LUMBAGO, COLDS ��������� .  SORE THROAT.    . * *  RHEUMATISM    ���������    ��������� ��������� .  rlEURITSS *    .������    ������    e ������-��������� ������  NEURALGiA,    *    ��������� '��������� *  MADE -IN CANAOj.  'Keep Douglas* Egyptian Liniment  always in the stable, ready for immediate use. Removes proud flesh  and inflammation, Thrush or Hoof  Rot. and infection of cow's teat.  Practically nine pf every 10 pounds  of coffee exported from Colombia is  being sent to the United States.  ^SzPt^ZF&fS***'  Aruce .J.  n a ______  *-_V_l ___.���������_. uiiu      ri^H^**  Does  not harm the heari  1  TRAD&.MARK REQ*  Accept onltt ''Aspirin1* package which contains proven directions. Handy.  ������������������Aspirin*' hoses of 12 tablets. Also bottles of 24 and 100���������AH drusniists.  ^mnii8_iii_iiiiii_iJiiiiiiii������iiiiHtiiiiBmi  n.nn.!fl.m.!.i!.in_i.ii!iit.!i_iiii  iniiniiimiiiiifiiiiii!i_iiH!ii!-Bi*g  Make  Your Windows   Pay  m^B^il0ai&^^mm*m***+**^*^a**'*^*^^>m*^mmmm^*W*mw*m**^a**am*> *0********m*m*^*******m********m**^mmm*M*y*^^  ffgXjPtir |Lii-f^------__.-j���������___.-'J- -.- ___i-J������L- i__.-Ui-������������������,11 -___-_������������������_���������-_���������-_���������-���������-___-'������������������- - - ���������h-___-,��������� - li-.'2i-���������__.-:___j___.'-���������___,l',.__..-'C:a--i__.- _______ j___:-*i_-*_;'-������- -i__j-'___'-',____i-___m__1-'������ '____ ,___��������� je_=_____=___- '-.���������-:-���������'-'_' j'��������� i���������'ff���������!-p'*������������������ - -L -'- -  ��������� -1_~"*"~rr"u^ a'''������r&'!T!!jnjT3f  *Maa**m****m***am***MB*m  I ^II^^II'M11 **m**M**mm  *****mm**m***mmmmm*  No Limit To Possibilities For Industrial Expansion  The World Power Conference In  which forty-eight different countries  are represented meets at stated times  in the various capitals of the world  to discuss power problems. These  periodical meetings at which Canada  takes a leading part affords an unrivalled opportunity to demonstrate  to thc world at large the position  Canada occupies as a land of low-  priced power with unlimited possibilities for industrial expansion.  The Khyber Pass, in Afghanistan,  is the principal pass Into that country from India. It is about 30 miles  long.          i ',.    i   ii.     No Rest With Asthma. Asthma  usually attacks at night, the one  time when rest is needed most. Hence  the loss of strength, the nervous debility, the loss of flesh and other  evils which must be expected unless  relief is secured. Fortunately relief is  possible. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy has proved its merits through  years of service. A trial wiil surely  convince you.  Invest Iii WINDOLITE Windows and yon will !be repaid a  hundredfold in the health of your Poultry and Live Stock  THE  HADE.     IN  ORIGINAL   GLASS   SUBSTITUTE  ������_N���������ii-AKii     SSSStJZ   ISIS     GH     OHIGENAE*     SBATE_STT3  i*W>     m>   .  mm.      _-**���������*  -m       A       mmm m    *****     ������*  **% mif^^      __��������� ______ mm        ____     mm" ** &u_k  W������i-h tho painful ginrt well  M\ witb w*cm waiorj then tub In  H j plenty of Minaret's nnd  W j,,        you'll feel boltorl  Holograph Wills  Now Legal In Saskatchewan To Multo  Will Witliout Preflonoo Of  , Witnesses  Jt will bo legal in future for any  person in Saskatchewan to make a  holograph will, that is, a will wholly  In his or her own handwriting and  without the preaonco of witnesses being required.  This important change in tho law  nf wills wni. mniln in the legislature  only aftor a strenuous light whon tho  new Wills Act was hi committee  Stage, In the end a standing vote was  called, the members dividing 21 to 20  against a motion by T. C. Davis, K.C.,  Liberal momber for Prince Albert  and former attorney-general, that  this particular claunc nhould be ntruclfc  out.  Thte unbreakable glasa ttibBtltuto ft  light and flexible, easy to cut and fit.  will withstand extreme changes in temperature,   keeps   out   cold   and   wet,   but  E3  B  CUT DOWN  TOtJXl LOBBIES  MX INSTALSJNO  WQfDOLlTS  P-Ilows the full sunlight to enter, In*  cludisag the health-giving Ultra-Violet  Rays, which do not penetrate ordinary  glass.  IN  ailtOODlSK  HOUSSIiS  I-AYINO PIGNS  DAIRY BARNS  BUKItOOMfl  3_CTCJ_  tm PJiiiJB_|  cr.  W.    K.    U.    J.&7T  'TJoor your wife obey you.?'.'���������-    ���������  ��������� *TH (.riy bIio cIdos.    Ten years ago  wlien wo wore married, I told hor to  run  tho  house  Just as  she  pleased.  And Hho doosl"  Canadian breeders of poultry and livestock are finding Windolite a most satisfactory  and profitable Investment. Young chickens and turkeys are entirely free from leg weak*  kicsu and disease and will thrive in confinement under Windolite, Wa&do-ite comets in rolls  any length, but 36 inches wide only.  Distributors: JOHN  A.  CH ANTLER ��������� & CO.f LTD*  51 Wellington St. W*        - -���������        ���������        - TOKONTO, ONT.  iiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiBiiim^ /?  xnni /:;_K_i_.v_L_i_W.   . qiiJKJSTON'.    B.    C.  HER m is melting  HCT AWAV  inui   rsBine     ,.  All over the. world Kraschen Salts  is appealing to girls and .women who  Strive foi an attractive, free-ffrom-iat  figure that cannot fail to win admira-  ������ion6   ��������� ������������������-���������     '������������������','-���������  HereV the recipe that banishes fat  and brings into blossom all the natural  attractiveness -that every worna-V  possesses.  Kvecy morning take one - half  teaspoon of Kruschen Salts in a glass  of hot water before breakfast.  .    Tl_������     _f*������a__*tfl_      *>.*���������+*$      /\**k.      4-l^lrt      AITAMtf     OT*l._rv**rfc������������te_r__>  -*V    nwmmm-%*     ������.������.���������.���������-**-.     *-_cw      ms*****     ^_< w -w������  yt      ������t.v������M*������g  for "It's the daily dose that takes oil  the fat."     Don't miss a morning.  Kruschen daily means that every  particle of poisonous waste matter  sad ..armful acids and gases sue  expelled  from   the   system.  At the same time the stomach, liver,  kidneys and bowels are toned up and  the pure, fresh blood containing  Nature's six life-giving salts is carried  to every organ, gland, nerve and fibre  of the body, and this is followed by  "that Kruschen feeling" of. energetic  health and activity that is reflected in  bright eyes, clear skin, cheerful vivacity  and charsuing figure.  FREE THIAL ������FFEU  IE you have never tried Kruschen���������try it now  s& our espens*. We have distributed, a great  many special "GIANT" packages which make  it easy for you to prove our claim for yourself.  Ask your druggist for the new "GIANT" 75c.  package.  ["his consists of our regular 75c. bottle together  ���������with a separate trial bottle���������sufficient for about  one week. Open the trial bottle first, put _t to  the test, and then, if not entirely convinced that  Kruschen does everything we claim it to do, the  regular bottle is still as good as new. Take it  back. Your, druggist is authorised to return  your 75c. immediately and without question.  Vou have tried Kruschen free, aft our expanse.  Wfeae eould be fairer? Manufactured by  E. Griffiths Hughes, Ltd.. Manchester, Eng.  CEstab. 1756>.- Importers: McGiHivray ,Brc>3-,  Ltd., Toronto.  gprilIf������RBB3fiB}S8ini9flBilSi9EeS?!SfilB!ll!SHf^  " THE DUSTY  j  HIGHWAY    ������  s  -I  hands impulsively "thaak you. You  are so kind. So -���������kirid!"^  ������������������Kind!"  He smiled as he took her haaids���������  a weary smile that struck her as very  sad. "I think,*' he said, ;*that with  one exception ybu are the diily Woman who ever thought so. The exception was���������my.niotheT."  He was gone then, into th.e night.  And three "hours later, when tlie  rain had ceased and the -first .bird-  songs were heralding the dawn, Gay  stood in the same spot, . facing a  Kick whose haggard eyes seemed set  iii   wwla   Ox   "i___.ue__6v_-._It_   xestigUss.   She  did not speak because she could not  ���������nor could he; but he stretched out  a mud-stained h.and and touched her  shoulder, drawing her nearer until  her cheek felt the rough wetness o'f  his .coat. When the words came they  were y. almost incoherent in their  bre__tt_!ess__.ess_ =  ��������� "Gay���������if I'd known you were here  ���������waiting���������watching ��������� thinking the  things you must have thought���������it���������it  would have killed me.   I  ...."��������� ���������  He shook, as if with a chill, and  seeing his terrible fatigue she pushed  him gently into a chair, but he kept  her hand, resting his eyes against it  aa. if they hurt.  "Nick," she began _ huskily, "Nick  dear, I won't ask you to tell-me ���������  a-nything���������now. You must get dry  and warm, and���������and got to bed. 1  need rest, too. I've been up all night;  but���������but to know that you're safe���������"  Suddenly, as if her words brought  him new life, he was up, holding ner  close, as if he would never let her go.  "Oh, Gay," he said brokenly, "irusi  me without the telling! I am so tired.  Trust me .... Trust me!"  Then his arms relaxed, -and he fell  in a heap at her feet.  mSS*VBa^mt  U5___L  fi_ ^%.  Ends Pain, Swelling & Bleeding of  n/ESiOSBnOiOS (Piles)  OTntmcntSOcyMetfici/iatSoiip'ZSt ,  ��������� BT ���������  CHRISTINE.   WHITINQ  PARMENTER  E Copyright 1929 g������  &Itll!!!.39-_?_!.mt_.._._]i_UtllIIIBI_llHiBligH  CHAPTER X.���������Continued.  For the first time there was a  tremor in her voice, and the man  answered: "You must lie down at  least. I think 4t would be wiser for  me to go home. But I shall ��������� leave a  window open.: You need only call and  I should .hear/*','.  "And you will let me know if���������if  you get word of any sort?"  "Of course. It*3 not yet midnight,  Mrs. Hastings. Will you promise io  call if you get nervous, or if thtf loneliness and anilety ia too much for  you?"  He -was at the door now, his hand  -on the knob*, looking down at her  with no trace of cynicism ������n bis lean  face. It was as if he had thrown aside  a mask, as indeed he had, although  he was himself unconscious of it.  "Oh!" cried Gay, stretching out her  "I think Lydia E. Pinkhaccv'fl  Vegetnblc Compound ia wonderful!  I have had slue children of which four  are living nnd my youngest ia a b on-  nle baby boy now eight montlio old  who weighs 23 jDOimda. I have talfren  your medicine before each of them  was bom arid have 'certainly are*  ectved great benefit from It. I urge  my friends to take it ns I am sure  they will receive the name help I did."  ���������Mrs. Milton McMullen, Vanessa,  Ontario.  ***m****mm*mm**n*m^mwmw**m**mmmm  .;������e:|elt|feGffli:|iat_ii:  .i.,;r _!l-iiU.��������� J*InHht^nm MV. *-bi)riT_-rivM'M--���������'<!<-���������UvfirA/if-,  -. ',"t,-'' ������������������ -v.'.'* hit Onlj.iii(,,)'Qi|i������r,ln,-'dVn,*i<ii '!���������,' ���������Y<--->-'  W.   N.   U.    1877  CHAPTER XI.  When the Halliday car drew up to  the door in that grey dawn, the woman who alighted bore little resemblance to the radiant creature on  whom James Halliday had looked  from the depths of a country hack  twelve hours before. The chic little  hat had lost its jaunty angle; the  lovely scarf was merely.a wet string;  and over the smart blue coat was a  man's sweater; a grey and shapeless  garment that hid  the lithe  lines   of  LUC     ._G.rSji*Jj������-_.Sai.___il��������� i*--.. ��������� :..._ci. _,:.. ..  James Halliday, 'quick 6b perceive  details at any time, 'saw at a glance  that the man whose steadying hand  saved his wife from falling as she  slipped on the" Wet pavement, was  without an overcoat, and understood  that he had sacrificed his sweater  that Angela might not suffer. There  was always some man at hand to  save Angela from discomfort, thought  her husband wearily. Then, as Nick  lifted his face to the light that  had burned on the porch through the  hours of darkness, Halliday uttered a  smothered exclamation and _went  quickly down the steps to his wife's  side.  "Leave the car here, Hastings," he  said quietly, ,JYou're evidently all in.  I'd ou.ee you.a hot drink, but I  imagine your wife has one ready for  you. She's been up all night."  "My wife!"  The exclamation that broke  from  Nick's white lips was as poignant as  a cry off pain.  Halliday nodded.  "Better get home at once. It's not  pleasant business waiting" like this,  you know; and when I left her I  thought her nerves'were far from  steady. That was at midnight.  Good-night, * Hastings���������or rather,  good-morning. Thank you for taking  care of Mrs. Halliday.",  Nick .moved a step* away, then  turned, as If a sudden thought  "But I must explain "  "Mrs. Halliday will do that," ana-(  wered her husband quietly. "You'd  better save your explanations for  that plucky little woman acrosB the  way. And get to bed. At once. You  nood it,"  Angela had not spoken. She did  not apeak even aa Nick loft them.  Shivering, alio passed hor hu������band  and went Into tho houao. A flroiwatr  burning- on tho hearth, and dropping  tho wot sweater sho knelt down,  stretching hor handa to tho blaze;  while without a word Halliday went  to tho kitchen, returning with a  steaming glass of lemonade.  "Drink thnt."  Angola obeyed, making- a wry face.  "Haven't you something stronger?  I'm frozen."  "Thla will do as well. I've a hot  bath ready far yoi*. Better got In as  quickly ns po.ir.lblo, and then Into  blanket-t. I've.put thorn in your bod.  If you don't mind, I'll turn in now  myself. It's been/a hard day.  He moved toward the door, but her  voice, a frightened voice, called him  ba.ck.  "Aren't  you going  to  ask  me ���������  flMltflvltllV ^"  M>.u-^r ->__���������_,<��������� ___-^j   ���������    -  "No. I have lived with you twelve  years, Angela, and questions are now  unnecessary."  "But this is different/'  She   had   risen,   shakily,   and   was  facing him,  her h^nds  twisting the  once beautiful scarf into a -wet ball.  "I���������we���������we ran over a���������a child I"  "You���������what?'*, He  was  all attention now?    "You���������killed it?"  "No���������but it may die���������it would have  died if���������if Nick Hastings hadn't acted quickly. She���������it was a little girl-  she -was frightfully hurt. He made  me hold her, and she was bloody*���������  bloody! It was more than thirty miles  to a hospital. We���������speeded���������all the  way, with, that awful child across my  knees. It was too horrible. I'm almost  dead, and you stand there���������doing  nothing. ....*'-  ���������.'Who was driving?"  The question cut Angela Halliday  like a knife.  "You���������you have no right to ask!  Well���������I was! There! are you satis-  fled? Ke said I was going too .fast  Does that please you? I saw the  child, but to turn aside would have  meant ditching the car and killing, us  both most likely. But he���������he saw it  too, a second later, and grabbed the  wheel. Just as if. -that wasn't a fool  thing to do! But he was too late. We  went over her���������somewhere. I don't  know where. I didn't look at her. It  wasn't necessary. He seemed to know  what to do."  Angela paused, breathless, but her  husband  did not  speak.  His  silence  | maddened her.  "Shewas only a State ward anyway." she went on angrily. "The  woman who boarded her was; right  there. She screamed at a doctor who  happened along just ..tSiexs, and,f.e said  she'd die���������that there -wasn't a chance  in it thousand. But nothing? would  suit Nick Hastings but to tafce^her to  the hospital���������thirty miles, out^of our  way, and it was beginning ip \ rain 2  Don't look at me like that! Do you  think I've been on a pleasure trip?"  She was shaking violently,, while  Halliday, still silent, stared at her In  horror. Then pulling himself together, he said: "You must go up to bed.  Go now, or you'll be ill. I������������������Hark?  Was that a cry?"  He went to the window; threw it  open; and Angela, in a sort of daze,  heard him call:. "All right. I'll come,  and, with no backward glance, he  left her, alone in the silent house. -  It  was   James   Halliday  who   got  TkT.���������l..    *._    ������___JI ._.U~.    ~^V1~-1   -A.- -. *.   _.*UV>*_   _.*_>   mcu vvuy  viuicu   IUC  \JQMiWL������������������  who went out into that damp, cold  dawn in the car that liad done such  deadly work, and brought back a-  nurse. It was he who roused the faithful Julie from her morning slumber,  and brought her into Gay's nursery,  so that Gay herself could snatch  some needed rest.  When at last he went home across  the garden, tho world was a tiling of  glory in ��������� the morning sunlight. He  paused for a moment as he reached  the door, as if to take some of Its  beauty Into his starved heart; then,  moving quietly he wont to his wife's  room, and stood there' looking down  on her peaceful face with a, sense of  unreality.  She was sleeping the sleep of a  tired child���������she, who had. perhaps,  taken a human life. She lay there  warm and secure In her scented  blankets, while in tho houao next  door a man was beginning tlio grim  fight with death���������and miloa away a  little child. .  . .  ���������  Figures Are Appalling   _.,  Interest Alone On Britain's War Debt  To  States Runs Into Millions  ������������������   Miss'   Ellen.' C.   Wilkinson.   British,'  Labor   M.P., -has. been   speaking   to  audiences    in-   Montreal   about   the,  absurdity of the existing war debts.  She    lias   characterized,   the    totals  reached    by    these   obligations..'., .as  "positively astronomical figures" for  the   payment  of  which  no  one;   can  ever find a formula.    Agreeing with!  leading Americans who wish  to  see I  the debts reduced or cancelled, Miss  Wilkinson, quoted  Winston  Churchill  as. having   said   that   in    1_*3_.  the  amount  of   tribute  from  Europe   to  America'   under    the    existing    war  debts would  be equal  to the yearly  wages   of    300,000,000   European laborers.    The   late   Lord   Birkenhead  had     commented    concerning    payments on war debt by    Britain     to  America���������the interest of which is a  million per day���������that when the,first  Instalment of the debt was paid Britain owed twenty millions more than  before  anything had  been paid,  and  at the end    of   twenty years   would  owe two hundred    and    seventy-five  millions more  than    was    owed    by  Britain before the latter had paid a  penny.  As Miss. Wilkinson has said,  these debts are nightmarish in their  proportions,   and  can  never  be   settled.       Their existence today is the  greatest  obstacle to the world's  return  towards  prosperity.       What  is  more, they would have all been wiped  out  had   the United'States   in   1922  accepted    Great    Britain's    offer    to  cancel  Europe's  debt  to her  if  the  United States would cancer'Britain's  debt to the American Republic.   Hem!  that proposal    been    taken    up    the  United Kingdom    would    bave forgiven ' debts twice the  size of  that  which she asked the.United.States to  forget.     But ��������� rampart   politicians at  WashiisguOE.  stood  in  the"' way,   and  the international situation has  gone  from, bad to worse ever since.���������Tor-  Dangcroua complications can quickly de-|  velopif coughs and colds are _seg3ect������d. At/  the first sign of trouble treat your  ���������   horses wain the old reliable '  .. ...    _a?fe_ *______ <_5_,'g,ss^sWa  ^m^ JLmf^S Sm\Sm '%m\^  C������ra_POUNl������  . Praised by horse owners ervery-  ���������where. Usea hy thouss_M_s_or over 35  .rears. On sate ct Brag Stores for <60e and 8i.2t.  r .   per, fc������c___r car abirtm. #)Tect,po*t������SP9TwepeW.  g?" FKhlE: _> AMPI___ seat on Request. Write today f  VSP0HS MEDICAL CO.. Dsp!. S33&sS_sa. fa-t  "_T_r������*__ ?3_  Oooklesff  1 cup butter; 2 cups  sugar; 514 caps Purity  Flour; 2 .eggs; 2 teaspoons baking powder;  flavoring; I cup nuts and  saisins chopped (optional)  Make tbe dough io  S roll fund J-ecp it  .    overnight ia the Ice box ore  cool __���������������������-_.      ci: _._..���������_._   _!--���������������       .w.avw   ..1���������������__^  and  bske   in   a  Spaici. enrco.  .BestFor  __n __&k______  Weatern. ������*���������**&* _*!*nr U'lJa Co_  lirai .atf  Toroasto, Wi-satpsg. Calgsrg  onto 2_Jail and Em1-1!'?-*  of Upset Stomach  For a-ier-eat-rig. distress, gas, sourness  and bloating:,. the quick and jx^tlve neutralizing' action of Bfsurated Jiasnesla.  ha's" proved to be "just right������ J .Relief,  certain and grmtifyinBr. almost instantly  follows the very flrst dose-rand a few-  cents worth, obtainable from any  drug-gist, lasts for a long-time.  rbest Colds  Yl������lci to ifi������s  reatnnent  - Redden chest  with hot wet  jtowels; rub bsi���������  jpr-'apply thickly  8-  Jff     mtmmt.        JR  ^__-^'  fm   *m9   'maaowW:  j-      ^w_ jmr   mm*.   ��������� ^_^^p������  _*^^^Wfc - m^^zxm    mi   m,  i^^^^i^  _     <y *'*W iT~T^. 5^- ^SmW 5"'%   ~mb  SS* -  Over t*fflujONJARS(/sEn YeA*r*  _r0Od-  little Hefus For This Week  Bricks   Thirty-Five  Hundred Ye|.irs  03d  Used   HecehtSy   To   Build    Railway  Bepot In Mesopotamia  A railway  station,  believed  to  be  the world's oldest in point of tho  date of manufacture of the material  from which It |s made, lias jss������t heen  completed at Tellhillah, Mesopotamia,  for the use of the expedition of the  University of . Pennsylvania Museum  and the American School of Oriental  Research at Bagdad.  Bnilt on the Khorshbad Kailway,  almost entirely of brick zxiade more  than 3,500 years ago, in the reign  of King: Ahsurnasirpal, the station  will be used as a shipping point and  storage house for objects found in the  excavations at Tellbillah.  Only ono person was sentenced to  death in Scotland last yoajtv^-nnd ho  was roprioved.  "He faileth not."���������Zephaniah. Iii. 5.  He who hath led will lead  All through the wilderness;  He who hath fed will feed;  He who hath blessed will bless;  He who hath heard thy cry  Will never close His ear;  He who hath marked thy faintest  sigh  Wiii noi; forget thy tear.  He loveth always, faileth never.  So rest on Him today, forever.  ���������Frances Ridley Havcrgnl.  Hast thou ever found that God  h^th dealt unfaithfully with thee ? or  didst thou ever hear that He hath  dealt saiifaitl-fully .with any other?  There Us no want of power in Him  that He should not.be as big as His  word; there is no want of love in  Him that He should not be as good  as His word. Wo are fleeting and  mutable, on? and on; today not the  same aa yesterday; nnd tomorrowf  perhaps, like neither of the days; yet  He contlmteth yesterday, today, and  tho same forevermore.  ���������Bishop Sanderson  Angel Glacier  . Angel glacier on mount Edith- Cav-  ell, Jasper National Park, Ss so  named because thc glacier appears  to be In the form of a huge, white  angel with outstretched wings.  Passed the Test  Farli.Ii  Minister Proved .HlMiHelf To  Bo ia Good Fellow  Thc sporting Scotch squire was  anxious to discover if the new parish  minister waa a good follow. Ho asked  him to dlnnGft When they commenced the meal tho host eaid: "Might I  offer you a. glass of champagne, Mr.  MacTavlBh?" And tho minister replied to a solemn voice r "There's no  occasion for champagne." "Oh," oald  tlie squire, "Well, perhaps you would  take a Rlass of Chateau Yqiinm,**  "ThoreNB no occasion for Chateau  Yquom," returned tlio parson in a  dolorloun voice. "Well," sale! the  squire, determined on a Anal effort,  "would you talco a whisky and eoda  thon?'- "There's no occaaton for Uio  soda," tiald tho parwon. And all was  well.  WHEN CHILDREN  Fw% jMBgjM  THEHE_  are times  IC Ba 1    when n child fa too  fretful or feverish to  bo nung to. sleep. There are some  pu-na a mother cannot pat away. But  there's quiclC comfort ill Coatorial  For diarrhea, and other ittfnntita  ills, gfive this pure vegetabBe preparation. Whenever coated tongues tell  of constipation; whenever there's any  sign of sluggishness. Castoria lian a  C<.<k5 taiEe; children love to talic SS*  Buy tho Konuine���������witUi Oiaa. JL  Fletcher'n. ttignuturo on wrapper*  WMMMMj THE   CRESTON  REVIEW  Local and Personal  POTATOES FOR SALE���������For seed or  table use, Green Mountain variety, $1.50  sack delivered.     Percy Boffey, Creston.  The teachers of Creston Valley have  organized a full fledged Teachers'  Association as a branch of the B.C.  Teachers' Federation. High school  principal Levirs is president.  Notice to me s raveifisig  Poisiie  Reconstruction of the old portions of  the Kuskanook-Gray Creek Road between Goat Creek and Boswell and from  Leonard Clark's ranch to Gray Creek is  now proceeding and it will be necessary  to close the road until further, notice to  all traffic, unless on Monday's and Fridays when the road wiil be opened temporarily to give connection with the  C.P.R. boats at Gray Creek.  By Order of the  PROV. PUBLIC WORKS DEPT.  TENDERS FOB CLEAR IMG AMD PLOUGHING  W. L. McFarland of Creston Motors  returned at the end of the week from a  business trip to Vulcan, and reports that  section of .Southern Alberta as having  the mildest winter in thirty years.  _r  If you are having any eye trouble do  not overlook the visit on Wednesday,  February 2t>th, of Murdoch McLeod,  the well known optometrist off Trail, who  will be at F. J. Klingensmith's that day.  Some additional snow supply was  provided this week, with falls of the  white goods on Sunday and Tuesday���������a  couple of inches each time. Warmer  weather that has followed has taken it  all off.  Apply  Sealed tenders will be received by the  Creston School .Board up till Monday,  March 2, 1931, for (1) clearing, and (2)  ploughidg an acre of land just north of  present sfchool grounds Tenders must  be submitted separately for each piece of  work. Lowest of any tender not  necessarily accepted. For all other  particulars apply GEO. NICKEL,  Secretary, Creston.  "CY-TO    C_AY."E. R3_*.rfw__j.     ecmrmn   mo/>ninfi  A.   ^^J.W        *_.J___^._. (^>_...j^.t������. ._.-_ .. ...g^       ...__������.__... _,  1 chairs, table, good cook stove, 3 beds,  set single hampss, wagon, doubletrees  and evener, sundry tools, etc. John  Egger, Wynndel, second house north of  scnooi.  Although t e attendance was smaller  than usual the Legion dance at Canyon  on Friday night was a most enjoyable  affair. Novelty features were irstroduc=  ed and the music was by _A1. Fredericks  orchestra.  Mrs. John E. Johnston has vacancies  for a limited number of pupils in piano  playing, technique and theory. Lessons  now given at studio at Mrs. Johnston's  residence, corner Victoria Avenue and  Hillside Road.  R B. Staples of Kelowna was a  business visitor here at ths end of the  week. He states that the talkie equipment at the Grand is fully as good as  that used in the theatres in tbe  Okanagan towns.  ���������������- -_..--. -> *-.  ���������fc-MtA_4______K__WM������'~W--_-f_--*l  n--���������-V-A       --.--..--..-----.---.   --.---.   -_-.-__���������-  r*ni������i ii^AZsili*:  4  4  4  4  4  *  We are now booking orders for our  usual CARLOAD of FERTILIZER  and would ask you to at once figure  out the quantity you will require and  let us bave your order immediately.  SULPHUR  Our    1931  shortly.     It  had,    and    the  stock    will  is  the   best-  price   is  arrive  to  be  right.  reston  CRESTON  Valley Go-Bpi  1 CJBj_ro_  Two Stores  ERICKSON  A.4_A.A_A._4.  .________��������� A-- A___.____._���������  ^mm-^^mmprnm^m mmx.fff. ,_���������___ ��������� ^-?> ^  __������b_������MM_������___-_fc_*_d&____-_-_������M_-__������4d_UM  FOR SALE���������A new team disc.  John Bedry, Canyon.  Hi R. Crocker, E. Devoignes and T.  Cooper of Bonners Ferry were business  visitors on Saturday, when they had a  conference with board of trade members  in connection with enforcing a quaran-  tinr to prevent the hatred uet.o_i >of pea  pests.  The final sitting of the assessment roil  court of revi_sLon was held on Monday  morning whers is?o or three properties on  Princess Street v/ere given a slight raise  in valuation. For 1931 taxes "will be  collected on a total assessment of just  over $400,000.  The Girls' Go Getter Club of Trinity  United Church, had quite a successful  silver tea at tbe home of Mrs. J. L.  Rogers on Saturday afternoon. In  addition to the refreshments there- w&re  vocal and instrumental musical numbers,  and the cash intake was about $10.  The ladies are reminded of the World's  Day of Prayer which will be observed  with appropriote service at Christ  Church this afternoon at 3 o'clock.  This fa a union service in. which the  Anglican, Presbyterian and United,  Church missionary organizations are  participating.  P.ev, E. R. McLean, general secretary  of the Religious Education Council of  R.C., will address Sunday School teachers in Trinity Church on Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. This is an open meet-  meeting and all interested are invited to  bring problems of Sunday Scnooi or other  work amongst the young to* Mr. Mb Lean.  Almost the full force of girls is no at  ���������work at the Rougers box factory operating the cup and tintop machines. At  present the work is on an rder for  4.0,000 venser bedding baskets for greenhouse use, after-which the make of tin-  tops will commence. The factory has an  order for a carload of these two styles of  baskets from a Calgary firm.  At a well attended meeting on Wednesday last it -was decided to proceed  with the organization of a lodge of the  Pythian Sisters at Creston. The ladies  were addressed by Mrs. Laithwaite, Mr.  and Mrs. Jas. Wiison of Sirdar and A. E.  French. Sufficient members signed up  and at the first of the week the formal  application for a charter was made. It  is expected the lodge will be instituted  early in March.  Evangelist -John E. Barnes, superintendent in British Columbia for Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada, arrived in  Creston yesterday and Is conducting- a  series of meetings at the Full" Gospel  Tabernacle. Besides being a musician  and soloist his messages are interesting  and off vital importance to a!!,, dealing  chiefly with present day conditions.  Services will be heid iiightly at 7.45 p.m.  Be sure to hear this gifted speaker.  Mr. and Mrs. T. Goodwin, who are at  present holidaying in Victoria, are having a most enjoyable vacation.    In some  of his* spare time Tom is doing a little  fishing and so far his best Suck is to land  a 25 pound cod one afternoon last week.  Tommy is bringing back affidavits from  Henry Lyne, W. P. Stark and P. B.  Fowler of Victoria, former CreBton residents, to certify the correctness of the  _,���������-~Vj.  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****mmdfm)������*j^**^mm}m  THY BUB SERVIOE: YOU'LL LIKE ������T  dlilHIQtd  Light Weight.    *  _Si rnpie Construction.  High JrTessure.    Powerful Engine  Perfect Agitation. LargeCapacity  There is just a size you  require,  no   matter   how  small or kozs? large  acreage.  Come in and let us show you  all these points of superiority.  There is no obligation.  JHaE_|_������,5_ !       Kf S m* _H s*. g  Agent       -������        GRESTON  J-_aSS-8fc52Diii=-35BteBi.  SPECIAL VALUES  in  CODES ALL WOOL  GOOD WEIGHT  Regular 45c* Pair  ON   SALE  35c. Pair  Of  3 Pairs for 95c,  E__M__ _M_M __tt__  M_   Ml     HI   Mm Pi IM.  rnVm*,     Mm.  CTlily iyi_FiJ'_rH  COMPANY,   LTD  Vt-1 ���������'Wf. J.aw  NO THEATRE  i"wis s ��������� j tcd  . 20-21  Pldyboy  oi- Paris"  CL Cjbramount ^picture  :, ���������:.mms&k*mms$2 U;;s������fca:Lrw������WKC.IiC-*  FIFTY MILLION SCREEN FANS  CAN'T BR WRONG,' nnd Maurice  Chevalier ia tho ontortninmont idol  o. tho world; talking, loving singing,  fascinating.  Two Reel Comedy  METROTONE  NEWS  SERVICE TO  ALL  CARS-  GAS,  OIL and  ACCESSORIES.  REBORING and  VALVE GRINDING  with up - to-date  machinery  Let us give  your Motor  new life I  Orestora Maters  Canyon Si. ai Barton Ave  <  ������  <  #-  4  <  *  t  ���������  4  4  4  ������������������>*���������*>���������  ���������^'^���������vy^-^-^-wv*--  Our "Quality" Brand  _-:*  fl^ j &   B   B  ^  H    __���������  mm.       ���������  1  H^  This Coffee is a high grade blend of Old Santo's,  Bourbon and Bogotta. We recommend this  grade for its highly satisfactory and pleasing cap  values, ^ts aroma and flavor, color and strength,  will compete v/ith any brand on the market at or  near our selling price. This brand may be had  Whole Bean or Steel Cut in our Electric mill,  ask. your impartial  test at  reduced price of  We  45c. pe  r  A WORD  ABOUT OUR  K TEA  Our Tea is imported from India, which produces Teas  of the highest grade and uniform quality. A trial  pound will convince you.    Priced at  45c. per lb. i  Your patronage will prove substantial savings.  O     . JL      Mm  pppp GL  JL JB,-,-������r-f       ffl    mmf    .Bl^-_^    4*5**"^  Dry Goods, Grocer ies.    PHONE 3    Furniture* Hardware  tyry���������]y-T-ty_nyrir^f-r.^. v ^ .-p.T_^ ,-y���������^���������y~r gpr lyirMiinyiry m . Miiri(Mri. Mp iiyiiM r^MnyryiM-|yiMiiMiM>Mii||y-iryirMiui i miiimim  Farmers and Ranchers  Spring ia at hand nnd everyone will Boon be busy In orchards and on.  tho land. Then you will discover that you need soma new machinery for  for your farm and orchard work, and in that case do not forget that we aro  dealers in tho COCKSHUTT lino. Wo can supply you with any piece of  machinery from tho Tractor to tho ordinary .walking Plow. Ancl wo will  havo in stock a full lino of Farm Machinery, aa woli at. b amplos, boforo  spring work beoi������o.   Easy payments can bo arranged to suit your purse.  Now is the time to order your now SPRAY BOILERS, Thoy  are made of Heavy Shoot Iron and woldod throughout. No leaking.  The price la specially attractive thla yeur.  As we have enlarged our Shop and installed the very latest  in Equipment we can give Prompt Service and Satisfaction.  PLUMBING FIXTURES and SUPPLIES are now lower In  price than for many yqaro.   Now is ��������� tho ti mo to modernize your  home by p������|;ting in a complete 3.no of Plumbing,   Como in and  talk it over,   wo will cheerfully submit prices.  4  4  4  4  4  Greston 'Blacksmith; Plumbing &  Heating Company  _te_tm%\mmm\mmm\m������m\+m\*mJk.4m.lm%4m,A in.������-.__l*_>-wl_.,._hi������,A,_i_d.������iAl.iA i m\*\Mit^.mmmmA%Mim9\*nm%mA4mm%Mmm% ���������**


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