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 aw**** ������_#*.������/___, ������a* V  api di.  ��������� _fl ���������������������������. H���������������������������'-��������� HI-��������� ;?H i  {SS ���������      .. S5 ������������������ . mm       BE   " J  mf^T> PC_iY\M  itJi YXJ} YV  VOu XXII.  C&ESTON, B. C, FBiDAY,  FEBRUARY 27, 1931  No.  49  Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stewart were  Bonners Ferry visitors at the middle of  the week.  C.P.K. President Beatty's special train  passed through Friday morning.  Murdoch McLeod of Trail is a visitor  here this week, a guest of Mr. and Mrs.  F.J. Klingensmith.  Murdoch McLeod of Trail, the well  known optometrist, was here on a  professional visit, Monday.  Mrs. T. Rogers and Mrs. Dennes were  Creston callers on Saturday. Mr.  Rogers was a caller at the same town  on Monday.  Dominic  Pascuxzo, who has been  a  patient in Creston haspital, with tonsoli-  tis, returned home on Saturday.  Messrs/    Haakett,     Macdonald   and  Police Office.'  m*%      ���������    ���������        _-%vH-f-Attft ��������������� ^__k___���������_������        mm ���������- *~~~  __\6������v;iiM^5s \iaia  -W---  mm*~m*  Mrs. Senesael and _Misse^ McGpnegalj Hickey, who have been employed with  oi lutcnener were visitors as tne weeK-  end, with Mr. and Mrs. John Hall.  Miss Annie Botterill of Cranbrook is s  visitor here this week with her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. E. Botterill.  Notices and balance sheet for the  annual meeting of East Creston Irrigation District to be held on March 11th,  have been mailed property owners.  Creston Val^y Co-Operative Association advise that Monday, March 2nd,  is the last day for taking orders for pipe.  They expect their carload to be in before  the end of March.  R. J. Long and Bay Crisler are^at  their gold-copper wining claim the  "Okanook*9 in the hills back of Canyon  doing the usual assessment work.  In connection with the circulating of  petitions reported last week, neither of  them were in/favor  of  central  selling  The one in question asked that a vote  of the orchardists of British: Columbia be  taken before.central selling became law.  On the occasion of their silver wedding  anniversary oft Wednesday evening last  Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Palfreyman were at  home to a party of a dozen friends at  dinner, followed by cards, at which high  scores were made by Mrs. Penson and  Erie Craigie, and the low score trophies  were annexed by   Mrs.  and  Bert  Dodd.   The  thoroughly  enjoyed by all ,f$& every  hearty and genuin&j-Eiwrs *"*���������"'������������������**"'  returns of the '-day'  , home-time. ���������*������ . Y- ;  tbe General Construction Company at  Kuskanook, have gone to Cora Linn.  T. J. Behah, C.P.R. roadmaster, was  a Nelson visitor for the weekend.  Charlie Fawcett, C.P.R. roadmaster,  Cranbrook, was a Sirdar visitor, coming  in on President Beatty's special, Friday.  Mrs. B. F. Whiteside of Crowsnest  was a Sunday and Monday visitor with  her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and  Mrs. R. Heap.  1Q30 Figures: Show. fviotor Act  Fees of (inmost $7500���������Game  Act Produces $1719���������Folice  Court Fsn������s and Costs $1015  Smfimfmf  Mrs Barnhardt of Glenlilly is a visitor  here this week with her parents, Mr. arid  Mrs. F. Knott.  Mrs. A. Halstead arrived on Monday  from Coaldale^ Alberta, where she  stopped off for a'couple of weeks on her  return from Winnipeg."  Miss Peterson of Creston is a Canyon  visitor this week, a guest of Mr. and  Mrs. Nelson   Larson.  Geo. Boyce left at the first of the  week for Wynndel, where he is employed  at present.  Alf. Nelson and son, Eric, of Leth-  J. M.  Craigie j bridge, Alberta, were visitors here this  evening    was j week  _.*______--  ���������m  tS*T"i  Mrs. Jim Pascuzzo  friends at Trail.  is a visitor witn  Dick Dennes, who is now at Tadanac,  spent Monday and Tuesday with Mrs.  Dennes and family here.  Mike Talerico, who has been relieving  agent at Trail, arrived home last week.  Andy Rometz of Natal is relieving  agent at Sirdar at present, Mr.  Leveque having been transferred to  Natal.  Geo. Cam, who has spent the past few  months in England, passed through on  Saturday to S_i������ new home ai Nelson.  load  We understand they are going to  out  mine   props  for  a -Southern  In the review of 1930 affairs submitted  by President Mallandaine as part of his  presidential address at* the annual  banquet, some J facts and figures in  connection withV provincial police office  activities for thepast year are interesting, especially, {lit this time when the  board of trade Ut: pressing the Victoria  government to V invest something like  ������12,000 to -_p?i-f?-_*' s^verament building  to give the poliCp quarters of a size and  design that the. work now transacted  and revenues collected fully justify, and  at the same time give like accommodation for the other, government branches  at Creston.  Official figures show thai for 1930 the  intake at the police office from all  sources totalled.; .$10,803, a gain cf  $1,892 over <'i������29. The outstanding  gains were inY connection with the  Motor Vehicle Act where a total of  $7491 was collected, and representing an  increase over -1929 of $679. Income  from the Game Act was $1716, an increase over the preceding year of $410.  From police eaurt fine and costs $ 1,016  was received, representing a gain of  $685 over the year previous. $250 of  trade licenses were collected, for an  Increase "of- $25. Amusement tax intake  was $209; for a gain of $8. and the  total paid for dog licenses was $105,  representing a gain of $26.  Amelia J. (Minnie), to Garfield Cook, of  Calgary, Albe.rta, postoffice staff, on  February 14th, Rev. Miy Ormand officiating. The bride was charmingly gowned  in pale blue flat crepe with metallic hat  13 match. Mr. and Mrs Cook will reside  in Calgary.  Mrs. Maxwell was a visitor at Cranbrook a couple of days at the end of the  week.  C. O. Rodgers left on Sunday on a  business visit at Lethbridge and Calgary,  Alberta..  FOR SALE���������Jersey cow, freshens end  of March, third calf. Apply P.O. Box  46, Creston.  H. Fortin of the Shell  was a business visitor at  the weekend.  Mrs. Lytle of Crawford Bay is here  on a visit with her daughter, Mrs.  D.  Wygaessi������!  Oil Company  Cranbrook at  __..  MacDonald.  CAR FOR SALE���������Tudor sedan, 1927  model, in good shape, a bargain, can be  seen at Commercial Hotel.  POTATOES FOR SALE���������For seed or  able use, Green Mountain variety, $1.50  ack delivered.     Percy Boffey, Creston.  The March meeting of the Presbyter,  ian Ladies' Auxiliary will be held at the  home of Mrs. Best a 3 p m., Friday,  March 6th.  Alberts-mi-s&.^Y'Y-r.-i"������- - *  ^Y������aqp?������^  dance' torifgh't in iand of thV 'Cr^ton  hospital, with rnu?ic by Ai. Fredericks'  orchestra, and an admission of $1.50 per  couple. There will be a drawing for the  quilt on which raffle tickets have been  largely sold and which is also for hospital benefit.  Mrs.   Spangle  of  business visitor here  Vancouver  was  on Monday.  JIM NASTASI announces  the opening of the SUNRISE  BAKERY in the King George  lv -  \.Block, Fourth   Street.  Sunrise"   Bread  White - Brown - Raisin  Made from only the purest  ingredients���������you'll recognize  it at once by its delicious  flavor. Buy it once, you buy  if, always.  4 loaves for 25c.  AH the other lines usually  found   in an up-to-date  Bakery.  GIVE US A TRIAL.  Bill Wickholm is home at present with  a gashed foot which he sustained while  tie making with his father in the timber  at Rocky Point.  Canyon was well represented at the  hard times dance at Lister on Saturday  night, which was a very much enjoyed  afiair. Canyon orchestra supplied the  music for the dance.  All who are requiring pipe should have  their orders in to the Co-Operative  Association store at Erickson not later  than Monday, March 2nd. A carload  will be brought in, to arrive before the  end of March.  . Ladies' house dresses from $1.50 up;  girls' dresses all sizes, and infants' 'wear  fqr sale. Dressmaking done. Miss  Hills, Creston.  HATCHING  EGGS���������Purebred S.C.  setting.  White Leghorns, 75c per setting, or  cents  per   egg  for   incubator  J. W. Robinson, Creston.  *������������������-���������** ** 1^ ___.!"  were  TELEPHONE 78  AIsg������ S������e9������9B������g  John Kelly is the flrst in this district  to get started at land clearing. He is  getting another three acres ready to  plant out to orchard.  , Mr. and Mrs. Bourne got back on  Saturdav from a short visit with old  friends at Moyie.  Jonah Brubacher returned to Vancouver at the end of the week, after a  week's visit hero looking after his ranch.  Jonah is one of the Rawleigh dealers at  the coast and is doing well.  Mr. and Mrs. E. Ostrensky were  Lister visitors at the weekend, taking in  tho hard times dance on Saturday  evening.  The Sunday school exorcises are  brightoncd up materially by the uhg of  nn organ which was used for the first  time on Sunday, whon there was a turnout of 18 children.  Tho Whist Club wound up the season  on Friday night at Mr. and Mrs. R.  Stewart's home, with six tables in play  and the lilgh score prizes going to Miss  Bubsio McDougall mid Jack Smith.  After the lunch there was dancing for a  short time.  Mr. and Mrs H, Toosjo, who havo  been living ot Erickson for tho past year,  nro hack again, occupying their former  j home   on   tho former Wood <& Norris  ' ranch at Smith's crossing.  The Motor Vehicle Act revenues  as     follows:    I4c^ej_ses    issued,  renewals^;^0^^^;?cars_ registered,- -26;  ���������registered,Y3S? 'usedvtimeks, registered}  15; transfers, 73; drivers' licenses, 146;  duplicate drivers'licenses, 31.  Collections under the Game Act were  from: Ordinary firearm licenses, 369 at  S2.50- non-resident csneral firearms  licenses. 18 at $25; resident special  firearms licenses, 26 at $10; non  resident daily anglers' Keen es, 42 at $10;  resident general firearms licenses 3 at $5;  extra general firearms licenses, 1 at $10;  Game Act Tax, $20.49.  The police court business was as  follows. 80 police court cases heard  with 60 convictions, 1 committed for  trial, 19 dismissed. The charges were:  Assault 9, Indian Act 21, thpft 7, Liquor  Act 9, vagrancy 6, Motor Vehicle Act 7,  allowing bull to run at large 1, obstructing fire ranger 1, carrying concealed  weapons 1, breaking and enteriog 2,  cruelty to animals 1, intoxicated driving  car 1, negelecting children 1, damage to  property 1, Game Act 12.  The sunny and more balmy  that set in late in the week is bringing  along vegetations with full bloom snowdrops gathered on Sunday.  There will be but one service at  Christ Church on Sunday. There will  a celebration . 1 Holy Communion at 8  ajxt.   The evening service" is withdrawn.  ^'v__������fci:;__Bd;^  bf. Cranbrook, are visiting ������with' Mrs  Fennessey's parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Geo.  Strang, Barton Avenue, for a few days.  FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE���������  Sunday: 11 &.m., Morning Worship;  2.30 p.m., Sunday School; 7.30 p.m.,  Evangelistic. Tuesday: 8 p.m , Prayer  meeting. Thursday: 8 p.m., Evangelistic. Friday: 8 p.m., Young People.  Everybody welcome.  Ed. Butterfield of Vancouver spent a  few days here at the end of the week, a  guest of his mother and sisters.  j. jj. Rudd returned last week from  San Francisco, where he has been for the  past few months'.  Geo. Mclnnis was a business visitor  in Spokane a few days last week.  Mrs. E. Price was a weekend visitor  at Creston, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. A.  Davies.  Miss E. Hagen and Miss G. Moore  returned to Nelson on Sunday.  A. Rudd and Miss Z. Rudd were auto  visitors at Lewiston, Idaho' at the first  of the week.  Drilling operations are in progress on  the rock knoll at the corner of Winlaw's,  through which the right of way passes.  Tha Bon Marche is still being carried  on under the management of D.  Butterfield.  Notices are out for the masquerade  carnival on March 17th. Look out for  further announcements in the press.  Murdoch McLeod, optician, was a  business visitor in the district on  Tuesday.  Miss M. Joy, who has been a patient  in Creston hospital, returned home at  the beginning of the week.  Wynndel Women's Institute __r___cur_cs  a dance for Friday, March 6th, at the  Recreation Company hall. Music by  Al. Fredericks' orchestra. Admission  $1.50 per couple.  At a meeting at the hall on Monday  night it was decided to proceed with the  organization of a Men's Atheltic Club.  L. Benedetti occupied  officers elected are:  Ogilvie; vice-president,  secretary-treasurer,  and  __ ������*������m}s*2*  _____rwai *S00  the chair,  President,  T.     Watson;  Siingsby.���������" The  ;*2:ss|pe?������erlaice ��������� ib^i^g������; m::gp���������jris.  J_L.  ������_7\..____.-l  this     year,  Local and  Personal  Mr. and Mrs. R.  H. Hassard  were  Nelson visitors on Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. George Strong announce  the marriage of their youngest daughter,  AT THE HOSPITAL  The German settlers had a meeting in  the schoolhouse on Saturday which was  well attended at which matters in connection with the water district assessment were discussed.  ?������^______iS__-_Si'! IS;  _x__nsp_������lKr  specializing in badminfon, tennis, basketball and baseball. Another meeting will  be held shortly-to complete organization.  four square dances with music by Holly  Bond and T. R.  Mawson, violins, and  Mrs.    Kolthammer   piano.   The   prize  winners were Mrs. H. Langston, "Royal  Household   Flour/'   and Otto Becker,  hob|ii^--^|^i^^^tention is due  Misses  Cli'fftis'2^d|pwn_imlclair-who provided  j a giraffe; stunla^^efl as a giraffe waltz  that i_3ade a-^re&t big hit.   The usual  very fine supper was served, and the  cash intake was about $30.   The affair  was undq?  the  auspices  of  the  Community Society, with Mrs.  D.  McKee  and John Bird the committee in charge.  Little Ronald LePago of Kitchener was  admitted Tuopday evening suffering from  injuries to the ear, which was sutured by  Dr. Henderson, and the child was able to  return homo in the morning.  Mrs. Jas. Bateman and baby, Owen,  werp discharged on Wednesday.  Miss Ellfto Arrowsmith underwent on  operation on Monday by a specialist and  haamacto very satisfactory progress.  Cameron McDonald suffered sovpre  injuries to tho hand while at work which  necessitated the amputation of several  fingers Ho is atill a patient at the  honpital.  Lit tie "Bud" U .forn Tina beet, very .11  but is showing improvement this week.  Domtnic PaacinsKO wns disc urged on  Saturday. His father wnn admitted on  Wednesday for treatment for n fow days.  Misa Mnrguort> Joy and Mrs. T. K  Slingaby of Wynndel hnvo been  discharged.  Mrs. Rlnghoim of Wynndel was a  patient for n couple of day a.   .  John Huseroft, who has been operat  ing a sawmill at West Creston for the  past six weeks on a cut of ties, has  completed the cut. However; with  travelling so bad he has been unable to  complete the haul.  Much sympathy is felt for Mr. and  Mrs. Herman in the' death on Saturday  of their infant son, who was born on the  14th. The funeral was on Sunday to the  local Lutheran cemetery, with Rev. Carl  Baase officiating.  Rev. A. Garlick will be here on  Sunday morning for Church of England  service at 11 o'clock, which will close  with a celebration of Holy Communion.  The balance sheet for tho Lister  Waterworks District has just been posted and shows that tho system cost  $64,490, and to date $503 has been spent  on maintenance. On principal nnd  interest there is duo on the system about  $67,009.  Erickson brunch of Creston Valley Co-  Operative stored asks that all orders for  pipo be placed by Monday, March 2nd,  on which dale tho ordor will go In, with  delivery towards tho ond of the month.  Mrs. Martin Byrne is spending tho  week in Creston, a guest of hor mother,  Mrs. A. Stuart Evans.  The hard times danco on Rnturdny  night waa very largely attended, although the number in costume was not  na largo aa expected. VIsitorn were here  from Allco Siding, Circston, Canyon,  Erickson and Porthill, nnd with W. H.  Kolthammer in charge of tho floor things  wero kept m:ving from start to finish.  In keeping with tho occasion thoro wero  Homn oldtime numbers including throo o.-  FOR SALE-Baled straw; hay, baled  and loose; 2 C,W. oats for feed or seed.  Also potatpes.   E. Nouguier, Canyon.  EGGS FOR HATCHING���������Purebred  White Leghorn hatching eggs, 85a. per  setting of 15 eggs. Now is the time to  place your orders. V. Mawson,  Creston.  FOR SALE OR RENT���������40 acres, nil  under cultivation and every foot irrigated; if desired can be had in 10 or 20-acre  tracts. Apply to owner, E. NOUGUIER,  Canyon, B.C,  VANCOUVER'S  YOUNG LADY  EVANGELIST  the  commences a campaign at  v_-*   11 _o I  Full Gospel  tnp    m -a  1 abernacle  starting  Saturday Night  and continuing Every  Night, except Monday  and  Thursday.  Creatonianof You can't afford  inii_a these services.  to ���������naaCEs ^'lffiiHr\ri3Sn_v'. - cieestok. b.  a  all pael&age teas  YeM@w lafeel Salada &������������*_. a lb  IIswwii label Salada 79������ts a lb  'Freslh fs������@iis fit������ gar tf esss*  j^���������" jjj ������������������'_��������� _>*i;    -Mr   ___     jra' ���������i-������5���������-aaifl-������ : HijfSl���������i_ jf  Source Of Cosmic Bays Has Not  ...:;. Been Discovered        ���������  Discovery"of cosmic rays in sunshine���������thd - sana e rays that : penetrate about, 700 feet iKto earths Is  described in advices received at New  York from Vienna.  The communication is from Prof.  S3. Spath, president of the Chemical  and Physical Society, and ts sent to  clear a misunderstanding about the  report made recently to the society  of Prof. Victor F. Hess, of the University of Grazz.  \T_s___ra__   .-3__<_V-<_4-_-t__  I. art    -I.-    Min--    l_>������w������_  , ���������       A. Story of Fifty Years  '���������Montreal, February 16���������-Fifty years ago today Incorporation of tlie  Canadian Pacific Railway took place. George Stephen, afterwards Lord  Mount Stephen, was the "company's first president. The company deposited  with the Dominion Government, at Ottawa, a cheque for $__,000,0CK> a3 a  guarantee that it would fulfill its contract to complete the railway to tho  Pacific Coast. This pledge was completed in five years Instead of the ten  the oontract called for.'"  This brief btEt significant news despatch appeared in the daily newspapers of Canada on February 16 last. It recalls an historic incident, a  milestone in the history not only of Canada but of the world. It not only  carries the mind hack, but. because of all that backward glance discloses, it  Inevitably forces Use naiad forward to a contemplation, of what the nest fifty  years may unfold. It impresses one with the tremendous developments and  possibilities of a span ccf only fifty years.  Fifty years ago the project of a transcontinental railway across Canada  ������ytvc*   xri������_.������r*3w-1E    ������_iri#-V������    CBY^j__"r_^������_f������3<?������T������n    ^Hyv    f ll**.1 i c_joy> r^a    ���������t*^    Pov-n.������1o      _**w#3    rrroo    tacvc '^ ^^   2.*51  thc maddest kind ox a venture in Great Brtiain. Men prominent in public  affairs declared it would never earn its axle grease. The country it was to  traverse was described as a wilderness, partly desert, incapable of guccess-  ful cultivation and settlement by white men, followed by miles of snow  capped mountain peaks and ranges.  That success rather than failure followed the great undertakings can be  credited to a few stotit-lse^rtedj far-seelnsr men who were veritable giants [  in energy, resource, and grim, unbeatable determination. In some respects j  they were ruthless; their methods were not always above suspicion, but  they had a vision and a driving; force to achieve their goal regardless of any  and al! obstacles. Individually they staked, their all on the success of the  enterprise, obliterated the word "failure" from their lexicon, and won. Canada, the world, knows the result.  The railway snade a new nation. It opened up an empire. It altered  the trade routes of the world. It brought the Orient to the Occident, and the  Occident to the Orient. The enterprise initiated fifty years ago hy a new-born  JDoin-riioa of a few millions of people, has amazed ihe world. It has become  the greatest transportation system in the world, with its fixed hands of steel  not only crossing and criss-crossing- Canada, and extending well into the  United. States, but with its vessels navigating the seven seas, calling at the  ports of all nations, and circumnavigating the globe.  The Canadian- Pacific Railway has helped to make Canada what it is.  It has made and unmade Canadian Governments. The history of the Canadian  Pacific is in part the history of modern Canada. The success of the railway  has been bound up in the development, the prosperity, the success of this  Dominion. The management of the railway has always recognized that  fact, and it has been pro.Canadian at all times and in all its policies. It has  made n_dstakeg,rty������^Q5^ae-; ���������%%���������. has been selfish, even, dictatorial at times, but  It has alwayJs *j^is|f^iaa������^jificent.  The Ca__&-$p__.'^aci������Sc ,bsfc been created and developed under the presidency off four^l-ifcjfr. Sir .George Stephen (later, Lord Mount Stephen), Sir  William. Van Home, Sir Thomas (later "Lord) Shaughnessy, and Mr. Edward  W. Beatty. Tlie history of the railway may likewise be divided into four  periods, or possibly three as the first two merge into one. First the period  of organization of the company, early financing, and actual construction  under Stephen and Van Home; second ,the period of well organized, highly  efficient operation, under Shaughnessy, -with well defined policies of branch  line construction els feeders, opening new territory, and the establishment of  mercantile fleets and overseas services; third, and coupled w'.th a vigorous  continuation of the Shaughnessy policies, what may be termed, in the abs_bncc  of a better word, the diplomatic .period under Beatty wherein up-to-date_  railroading has been strengthened by securing the goodwill, the admiration,  the co-operation of the public generally, and the elimination of those feelings of suspicion and antagonism which undoubtedly marked the relations  of the people and the railway in the earlier days.  And in the story of these fifty years is there not a lesson and an inspiration for the people of Canada? The railway had its periods of difficulty  and depression, just as individuals and nations experience them, but it surmounted them. The makers of the Canadian Pacific did not shorten their  vision to a year or two, or five or ten years; they looked into the future and  planned and built with courage and confidence. They have had their roward.  So, too, should the Canad'an people maintain the forward look, act with  courage and decision, remain confident. Canada has done great things in the  past; It can do greater things in the years to come.  feasor Hess announced the discovery  of cosmic rays and that his talk created a sensation among scientists.  But Prof. Spath points put that  Dr. Hess did not claim to have discovered cosmic rays, which were  found 18 years a_;o, but that he had  evidence that a small percentage of  these rays come from the sun..  Their origin hak been one of the  great scientific mysteries. The fact  that most ele6troscopes used to detect them allowed as many at night  as in the day was held by some scientists to eliminate the sun as a source.  BREAKS UP GAS  IN THE STOMACH  Don't      sufTer     -from     dangerous     gra3  pressing around your tieart. irora  sonraeas. acidity, bloating or pain -of  Indigestion.   Stop      worrying. When  ever you need* quick -s.on_a������;!- relief.  take a little I_isurat������._l M������g__e__ia ���������*  powder or tablets. !t breaks up gas.  neutralizes acids and keeps the stomach sweet and strong;, ������.nd Indigestion  perfect.  At  all good drug- stores.  Cancer Research  Ontario To   Supply  Free  Treatment  To Suite rers  Within the next two months, possibly before the present legislature  prorogues, the Ontario cabinet will  make rqiblic the nature of the investigation into the cancer question to  which it has committed itself. The  cancer treatment, whatever it may  be and whenever adopted, will be supplied free to sufferers, Premier  George S. Henry stated.  Ontario led*"*the way ������n the distribution of free insulin for diabetes  treatment. It followed this with the  manufacture oil a free serum for  combatting infantile paralysis, and  several other treatments for diseases  are also available to the general public at cost. Now (the government  will make available, free, the cancer  treatment that will eventually be  adopted.  v Should the government decide on  investigation by commission, it will  have, it is believed, the assistance  of tlie Ontario Research foundation.  At the present time the foundation  is understood to be making further  investigation into the value of  radium ore from Haliburton township.  Honored! By Italy  F.  O.  Rlford  Appointed   Member  Of  Executive   For   Fifth   World'*.  Poultry Congress  F. C\    Elford,    Dominion    Poultry  Husbandman unci Past President  of j \ms l0,iso been asked to take charge of  (.lion, under whoso auspices the  WorldTs Poultry Congresses are held,  has been signally honored by the government of Italy, who appointed him  a member of tho executive for tho  Fifth World's Poultry Congress, which  meets in  Rome  in 1933.  Mr. Gilford  tne Worm's .Poultry fc_c_enc������ Aasoaia-  ;' ��������� '��������� '.''|.n������..r|ii i. j ,y���������  . ��������� mWflt       '������������������'        'Y5    '   ���������!"   '!    '"'I1.'/.       / ' h  organli.atf.on of the Canadian delegation to Rome. From present indications tho next Congress will fully  equal tho success of last year at London, England.  W.    N.    U.    1B78  Telephones In Cnnndu  Thc <j.-_ti_ui.l-.u muubur of ei>nvor.ia~  Horn* by telephone Jn Canada" during  1920 was 2,025,000,000, including 37,-  RM.,000 long distance oallR, For ovory  1.00 of tho population hi that year  thoro vvoh an average of 15 tele-  phono a  One of the most effective vermifuges on the market is Miller's Worm  Powders. They wilE not only clear  the stomach and bowels off worms,  but will prove a very serviceable  medicine for children in regulating  the infantile system and mminta.ning  It in a healty condition. There is nothing In their composition that will injure the most delicate stomach when  directions are followed, and they can  be given to children in the full assurance that thoy will utterly destroy all  worms.  It may be mixing metaphors, but  the man who puts his shoulder to  the wheel seldom has to put his  nose to the grindstone  Protect the cbilcl from tho ravages  of worms by Using Moth or Graves'  Worm Exterminator. It ls n standard  remedy, and years of use have enhanced Its reputation.  More than 21,000 cafes serving  foreign foods havo boon opened in  Japan.  SPRAINS  Rub Minard'i In gently. It  |Mtn������trat_i������ ������nw������ llgamnnti,  nllay. iniUmaiaiiwm, ������oot__o������,  lion (a,  Puts you on your fool I  ^Al?@ lPfi������Ig@l?������flis!  Cheap, harsh laxatives may  prove very costly. Painful rectal  troubles are often aggravated by  the unnatural griping condition  such cathartics cause.  ENO is pleasant, gentle, safe  and sure.  A     daily     dash     of     E3 N O' F.  morning or night," tones, up and  sweetens the entire system. Acid  ���������tomacb, fatigue, biliousness.  quickly disappear.  mi**I:I^Ym^*ffiP  BBss  To Test Hudson Bay Route  Would  Increase Initial Grain  Move-  .orient To Not .Less Than 5,000,000)  Bushels  Asking that Federal Government  through Hon. Dr. R. J. Manion, Minister of Railways and Canals, give due  cc___siderat_on to the advisability of  increasing the initial grain movement  to not less than 5,000,000 bushels iu  <.rd.er to adequately demonstrate tike  Hudson Bay rente .as a "valuoble and  necessary trade outlet for export  farm products," the Saskatchewan  traffic council unanimously passed a  resolution to that effect.  Soviet Plan a Failure  For Catarrh.���������It is one of the chief  recommendations of Dr. Thomas'  Eclectrlc Oil that it can be used In-  +_._._. ..ii,.  V._,-W_J-     4_^������     -__.t_tH.l__      ������_U-uC������C������C.      ������L&     Bit  can outwardly. Sufferers from catarrh  will find that the Oil when used according to directions will give prompt  relief. Many sufferers from this ailment have found relief in the Oil and  have sent testimonials.  Engineer   Says   Five-Year   Idea   Haa  Entirely Collapsed  Philip Harty and Mrs. Karty. of  , Newark, N.J., stepped down the  ' gang-plank of the liner New York  and heaved hearty sighs of relief.  ' They, were back where shoes cost  , less than $60 a pair, and butter not  . quite $6 a pound. They had come  bacte frosxi _R,*issia.  Harty, mechanical engineer, who  went to Russia last August to investigate rolling mills in Siberia,  had much, to say, and little of it  was complimentary to the Soviet or  the so-called five-year plan of social and industrial rehabilitation.  "The five-year plan is not collapsing/' Harty remarked. "It has eol-  laps-ed. The people are in rags.  There is depression everywhere."  The man with, a private grievance  usually becomes a public nuisance.  Four-fifths     of     the    automobiles  owned in Brazil were bought on time.  The Family Doctor  The family doctor is coming back,  says a physician who has been making a national survey of the medical  situation. He has been ignored lately in favor of specialists on one hand  rt m\<nl       ������-���������_"_-P__ .^1/-__-**-v-������**tw%,--^      .������..������       -t-l*_~.       _������. *-���������_-. _-__  Brockton, mass., Times.  S-.-Gt-iBilr.g and Faliiitsig Speiis  Everything Would Turn Black  Mrs. Andrew Black, Harcourt, N.B.. writes: ^  ���������"I had been troubled with smothering and  fainting speEls and everything in front of me  would turn black, and I wouid fall down in a  faint and be unconscious for several minutes.  I did not know what to do, until one day I  was   reading    where   Milburn's   Heart    and  Nerve Pills had helped so- many people and  decided I would give them a trial. I used four  boxes and found they help me wonderfully."  Y?*?]? at _^-11 d/u? aJ"- s'enera! storey or mailed direct on receipt of prlco by Tha  Milburt. Co.. Ltd., Toronto, Ont.  ^  JSf  X  Western Rcprcscmlattocs:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SASK, Y.  ti  <Y.. /  tnti beviewy, '-cses^on.;' ������_ a  . ^  PRAIRIE ISSUES  IN PARLIAMENT  . Ottawa. Ont.���������Questions affecting  the grain-growing districts of west-  em Canada .will loom large ih the  coming session of parliament which  opens March  12.    Western members  __._������     _._,_.!...������.:...���������.    *.���������    ������������������������!,._.    i���������    #.i-i._���������-  C_>--e        K/V^xl-I.-Ji___^ I.U      Ufllivc       _*A       VSL.L.CI> WEI.  They pr-ophesy a very spirited debate and that prairie members will  take a. conspicuous part in it. :They  see no probability of the debate on  the address in .reply to the Speech  from the Throne being -wound up in  ���������a day, as. has been the practice in  recent sessions. v  ���������,.... ���������-���������' -  Behind the arguments for emergency relief, such as criticism of  the credit policies of the banks in  relation   to   the   needs   of   western  Federal Radio Rights  Bights Of Dominion and Provinces  .     To So  Referred To  Supreme  . ...-. .Court  Ottawa, Ont.-^The respective rights  of  the  Dominion  and   the provinces  on -radio; broadcasting will be She subject of a reference to the Supreme  Court of - Canada; it . was officially  stated recently. Preparation of the  questions to be contained In the reference is under way.  No decision has been made by  the Dominion Government as to  whether or not it will be represented  at the hearings being initiated in the  Quebec courts by the Taschereau  government on radio broadcasting. It  is quite possible that the Dominion  will not be represented at the pro-  ~_���������w^;._.&__ __v^._ leu wji i._������_- x^u'ciJcc government, but will proceed to bring  Its own reference before the courts.  From all indications the matter of  Introducing; legislation st the comin������*  session of parliament will be depend-  Canada, special freight rates, in j ent on the date on which the pro-  view of the low price of wheat, and j posed Dominion reference is argued  suggestions for bonuses on wheat, j before the courts and a decision has  is the fundamental question of j been rendered. The probability, how-  how  to  carry  on   in   the  future,  in   ever, at the moment is that the judg-  ^ the opinion of the westerners.      Can  Canada successfully raise wheat  in competition with the Russian  five-year plan of big publicly managed farms ?  ment of the court may not be secured in time to bring down legislation next session.  The      whole     subject      of    radio  broadcasting,     involving    the    ques-  "I see no reason why Russ"a j tion of nationalization, ��������� has been  will not be able to carry out its; under government consideration,  five-year project," said Hon. W. R. Premier Taschereau of Quebec,  Motherwell, former minister of". though, raised the question of Do-  agriculture, one of the early ar- j minion control within that prov-  rivals. "The Russian people are. ince; and early this month the  deeply in earnest about this and .Quebec premier announced that his  are willing to wear their knuckles; government: was submitting a series  bare to see it through. I can see j of questions to the superior court  no silver linng to the cloud, i of Quebec. \ The controversy over  Whether the efficiency they are! Dominion and provincial control  showing in their five-year wheat . has recently been the subject of  growing plan / can be kept up in-, public utterances by Mr. Taschereau  definitely is doubtful. I have had j and members of the Dominion gov-  soroe      pretty   -direct ._:^in������orms_tionf:Srnment*:-. ���������-���������-_���������>;;-������������������.���������*������������������;._ ��������� ���������-������������������--? r.-sy ���������.-:.���������:_:.  from   Russia,   however,   and     I   am j    convinced    they    will   "put    through ������������������ (  the five-year plan. :        ������������������. v ?������������������.  "We    have Ycbme' * out    ofj    every  other   depression   and   no   doubt   we  will    come    out    of   tbls    one," Bar. "Might Be Advantageous Says Retiring  Motherwell added, .but _he could .not       ��������� GiiaiiNikh Of ^.SJ^ariix JLoans  see   just   how.     "Of course it is. up - Yr Board-'i  to the government," c ho ' declared. Ottawa/ Ontario.���������Representations  "The people of Canada callbd in a j have beeii made" 'to the Dominion  new doctor last July,"; y. : .  ��������� . y, ���������.���������-.:.;j Government;^ it <was^ stated here, that  S-Tany westes-n^rs have expressed a comerence be helct in which Russia,  the opinio*., that if Canada is sue- Australia, Airg-entina; andY {janada  eessfully tb compete with Russia YwotddY participate -to'discuss? the  in wheat growing, it will have to  be by big farms, privately owned.  H. E. ���������- Spencer, , United Farmers' of  Alberta, member   for   Battle,- River,  FOR REVISION OF WAR ������EBTS  Sir Thomas White, former finance  minister of Canada, who proposes a  convention of  all  interested  nations  and a renunciation or revision "of all  war^debts.  Duly  s Remiife  New nSiirisiry For Spain  New  Regime   Kxpeeted, To   Restore  Legal.'sLttA  Political  Stablilty  Madrid, Spain.���������Spain now has a  new govenonaent; peacefully, formed,  and is leaking forward to at least  a period of calm after the poltlical  turmoil of the last few days.  Admiral Juan Rautista , Aznar,  staunch Royalist and political neutral,  heads the ministry formed by King  Alfonso in a successful effort to head  oir another military dictatorship like  that of Miguel Primb de Rivera.  The King called for no participation on the part of Left, Socialist  and Republican elements, and their  attitude remained problematic. The  public generally, however, seemed to  be waiting quietly until the program  and policies of the new government  could be formulated and put into effect.  The cabinet that replaces that  of Damaso Berenguer, which resigned because of widespread opposition  to Premier Berengeur's plans for  parliamentary elections in March, includes Berengeur himself, and.,. the  Count of Romanones and the Marquis of Albucemas, the men most responsible for his overthrow.  It is formed of Right Monarchists  with Liberal, Conservative and Catalan Independents' party representa-  RELIEFPAYMENTS  TO PENSIONERS  brain tewing ������jU. entries  Old    Clothes    From    England    For  Saskatchewan   Farmers   Escape  Duty    Payment  Ottawa, Ont.���������Northern Saskatchewan farmers have applied to relatives in- the Old Country' for old tkm and "according"to its chief the  clothes. The appeal having. been. hearfc of its program will be the  heard the customs officials in Can- ; restoration of legal and political sta-  ada, however, have been holding up- bility  the shipments for payment of duty of  25 per cent. In some cases"1 the officials made the duty higher than the  value of the clothing in London.  A farmer at Clandonald, north  of Lloydminster, has appealed to  Ottawa, claimingthe farmers were  penniless  and  too^ poor just now  to  To Open Parliament  Justice     Dufc     Wiii     ������iHciate     At  Ceremony    On    March    Twelfth  Ottawa, Ont.���������Parliament will be  onened on March 12 bv Mr .Justice  VTy.-J^ *?! ^^ ������n _ec<mfh*n^ D~uff, of the Supreme Court of Canada. The ceremony will be performed,    it    is    officially    stated, by  toms  Act  providing  for  the   remis-   Mr   Justice Buif in Ma capacity M  clothing.        It  has  been   ascertained  that  there   is   a  clause   in   the  Cus  sion of duties- on secondhand  clothing  when an  affidavit is  made  that  administrator.  Canada's     new  governor-general,  the ^recipients   were  not   in   a   posi-   the Earl of BessTK)rou&hr ^ not ar-  tion to pay. Customs officials at ^ ih Canada until April 3 or 4.  Lloydminster, where the clothing Chief Jusfcice ^u,,. wbo ig novr in  has been held up, have been notified the West Indies> wiU not return to  of the-regulation-,andr ordered to de- ti^ co^t^ until April 2_k The  "S-L^! ^thin^r on receipt of the j cMef- j||sfcjjce   wiU   join   j^   offlciaI  {party to the Buenos Aires exhibition  when they reach Trinidad on March  Ottawa, Ont.~HeHef payments to  pensioneera /will"' be continued by the  Dominion Covernment at the same  rate as heretofore. Official announcement to this eixect by Premier R :B.  Bennett will be received with  widespread approval by pensioners  affected throughout the Dominion.  "Payments already made for relief purposes to pensioners had ex-  hausted the appropriation by parliament," the prime minister declared, "and, in addition, a substantial sum secured through governor-general's warrants. The law  provides that governor-general's  warrants can only be issued in  cases of urgent necessity.  "The minister of pensions and  national health has been investigating the situation and, being now  satisfied of the great urgency of  the case, an additional warrant has  been issued by the ��������� administration  and relief payments to pensioners  will be continued at the same rate  as heretofore. There was no desire, much less intention to cause  hardship io those -who had been  receiving relief.1* "���������'���������''  Schedule of monthly allowances  for tinernplcyed pensioners, which  Premier Bennett announced will  be continued, is as follows: Single  men, $30; married men with ho  children, ?45; married men with  one child, ?57; .married men with  two or more children $67.  Maximum of pension obtainable  for unemployed pensioners has  been 587 monthly. -ETrom this  amount is deducted the pension the  man was receiving and the difference is paid in. the for***- of a  voucher to be used in the purchase  of the necessities of life.  affidavits.  Askiii!  geiiiietitefs  To Criminal Code  wheat   situation.       It; is; understood! ��������� ' ��������� .'  that so far the government does not   SeveraI Changes Requested By Chief  take kindly to such; a conference  Despatches from Washington quote  2 {_o proceed to Buenos Aires.  a:4 I7������������ IT-- I -J*"  Constables' Association  Winnipeg, Manitoba.. -��������� Numerous  More    Than   .$15,000,000    Has   Been  Spent In Ontario  Toronto,, Ont.���������More than $15.0.00,-  who was  in Ottawa  this week,  ex- J Alexander  Legge,  retiring chairman ! changes,   additions  and   amendments  000 has been spent in the province of  pressed "th^'view   that:   the "day   <rj of i.he:^ the Criminal Code of Canada were  Ontario in providing employment and  the small farmer in the West would ' Board, as stating a    conference    of j asked  when  the  legislative  commit-  soon be over. He forecast an active | wheat producing countries might be  session, with the U.F.A. group lead- ' advantageous.   It  might  disclose ^on  Bin__!_������!���������__*���������_������������   ���������������������<;������   KsfM-S-iV  UUVSU1.U9 \/uai i.ausicj  ing a vigorous attack on the government. He emphasized that  large sections of the - west were not  suitable for livestock;  Mr. Motherwell, on the other  hand, thought the small farmer  would stand a good ; show In the  future. "Large farms have riot  been a great succeSB as a rule in  the West," he said. "The alternative   plan   of  a  number  of farmers  Russia's part a readiness to agree to  more orderly marketing that would  give better prices to all producing;  countries.  Y Tho Sunshine City  Calgary, Alberta.���������Calgary claims  the undisputed title of the sunshine  city of Canada, as a result of the  monthly report of the Dominion  meteorological service   for   January.  co-operating in the ownership of During that montlji this city enjoyed  combines and their expensive farin j 188 hqurs of sunshine. The nearest  machinery has never been a sue- figure to this was St. John with a  cess.     Friction   alv/ays   develops. In   total of 131 hours.    Fredericton was  fact ypu cannot standardize" tho  (size of farms any mora than you  can standardize tbe ' capacity of  men to matmge them. Some meii.  have only the capacity to manage  small farms n,nd ,.somo make "q,: suc;-  ceaa of 90,000-bushol farms.  "Tho West, will haVo' to jgo on  raising wliimt and take ka chances"  Mr. Mofchorwoll continued, "-you* cannot close up a fq-irm. llk^'itt-theatroc  Somo way will have :.to-;,'b.iYfoyncfy  Th.R should bo an Intorosting ttosslon  of parliament."  Qut.-.tloiiN  Trafnc  Liuv  Montreal, Quebec���������Wbon ii prominent lawyer drive,.. pa.������l_ a <4Htop^'  aljgm. nnd Is Imllod Into court, ho may  make unexpected moves, J. A. E,  Dion, K.C., Fiunmonod, challenged tlio  city'ti right to enforce the by-lrtw,  .laying it waa authorized neither by  ttlty charter nor provincial motor  vehlolo net, He applied for a v.rlt  of certiorari and In Superior Court;  will Hook to prove tho by-law null,  Illegal and ultr.a-vIroH,  mgmm ';'l;'l".";;;,|j|. ";;i���������*ll,','T.".*," 'i^lS*'.' ���������"'-" JJ.2. '  third with 129 hours, while a few  cities, particularly in tho prairie  provinces and Quebec, averaged between .11,0 and 115 hours.  , Higher Duty On Beans  Ottawa Ont,���������Ex-erclslng power  delegated to hirti ,q,t tho last session  of Pari! ameiit, Hon. EJ. B. Ryckman,  Minister of National Rovonuo, has  so,t a. value of tht'oe and a half cents  n. poiirid foi* duty purposes on dried  boanfi, Thla would not apply to im-  jiprtri. under tlio KriLiali prufeconccr,  tho departmental order specifying  that it had to do only with tlio Iritor-  jKhoct.ako and general tariff.  tee   of  the   Chief  Constables'   Asso-  relief since the Dominion Unemployment Relief Act came into force, and  elation   met  the  minister  of justice j 43,000 men  were  given  employment  and   other  law enforcement  officials   up to the  end of January,  Premier  at Ottawa.  Chief of Police Chris. II. Newton,  of Winnipeg, who is secretary of tho  association, attended.  The legislative committee urged  the use of telegraphic warrants,  amendments to the Vagrancy Act,  and discussed deporttaion of undeslr-  George S. Henry told the legislature  in moving second reading of his  Unemployment Relief bill.  At a brief sitting the House approved the bill, which authorizes the  expenditure of $4,000,000 by tho province on unemployment relief and  validates   certain  debentures   floated  ables and problems of handling- un-   by municipalities    to    finance    their  lawful gatherings. share of the relief programme.  Many Querlesr Regarding Kussia Come  Up In British Parliament  London, England.���������"Out of 1,680  questions addressed to me since I  took office, 562 or approximately  one-third, have related to Soviet  Russia," sai<J Rt. Hon. Arthur  Henderson, secretary for foreign  affairs, in reply to a question from  Miss Ellen Wilkinson, Labor, East  Middlesbrough, In parliament.  The foreign secretary sajd be  was unable to give any estimate of  the cost of ascertaining ihe information that bad been given, but the  cost of issuing three official statements on Soviet legislation, religion,  and labor was about $700.  Miss Wilkinson quoted the estimate of a member of the previous  Conservative government. that  average,, cost of ascertaining a reply to an official question waa- $10,  and suggested tho opposition might  make a move in the d!rect!o_a of  natloniil economy in thla respect.  SETS NEW WORLD'S BECOU.IJ  W.    N,    V.    1873  No, StoeeNSlon Movement   ,  Toi'ontcv Ont.���������"Thoro Is no ������ocoa-  alon movi-meml. In Western Canada,"  Hultl F. W. Turn bull, M.P., Regina,  In the coin-He of an interview hero.  What yaw hear about in moroly tho  agitation of a very ..mall fow������ nolay  Individuate anxtouo to attract attention to ��������� themaolves nncl nucccedod in  attracting that attention everywhere  but where thoy aro. Tlio Wost pays  no ronl wtitention to them,"  Capt, Malcolm Campbell, British Rpood driver, who act up a new world".!  JMpeud rocou'd. on hind of 'Mb m.lea an hour.  School Act Amendment  Ubo Of French Language For Flrut  Year In Saskatchewan Public  Schools To Bo Abolished  Moose Jaw, Sask.���������A School Act  amendment which will abolish the  use of tho. French, language In public  school^ will bo brought down before  tho present Besslon of tho legislature,  Premier Anderson announced boforo  tlio Saskatchewan School Trustees'  convention.  It had been tho practice, ho said,  as minister of education, to allow ������  Frenoli child In tho province of Saskatchewan to receive Instruction In  tho HohoolH durfr<jy thc ilrot y<���������nr ta  French, ancl thin meant that, at th������  ond of 10 month., a child might know  no Kngllsh. Thla innovation ia  planned, ho said, not because he did  not respect tho French or their culture, but because tlie ayfltcxM- na at  present waa not pcdngoglcaJBy sound.  Train Wreck In China  Hanlcow, China.���������Thirty wore hilled and 72 Injured in n train wreck,  near Sinyang, 100 mlloit north of  hero on tho Polplng-Hankow Railway. Because of heavy wnowfall,  which crippled wlro and rail com������  municatlons, tho report r������no_i������.d hor*  February IB. TMJB-���������!)_������___.-_.TOBL  JUS?IISW  from it." The Leaser's government patronage must^ indeed, be  substantial.  the telephone  ������^ a _r^_. *^ -nap      wS- S^  vnur business  In modern business, speed, is  vital. The man who gets there  first has the best opportunity  of making the sale. You can  reach out-of-town customers in  the space of a few moments by  using the long-distance. Time  lost by writing letters or travelling in person may mean  business lost. Why not use the  speediest method? The longdistance telephone will get you  there first.  Why Not Go Further  Hon. Joshua Hinchliffe, minister of education, has rather  startled the province with a  recent announcement that he  will curtail the cost of higher  education in the province by  denying normal school and  university training to all except  those who are able to score high  marks in the departmental examinations in the.high schools of  British Columbia.  Without entering into any discussion of the merits of this somewhat radical move, the Review  cannot refrain from expressing  surprise that the minister has  not gone further in this direction  with a view to giving his long  promised and long wanted relief  | from high education costs gener-  prices to the children, and rbut  a nominal increase in the charge  made adults.  A good, word is also due the  management in the splendid  judgment shown in the choice of  the new. style of films. A great  variety ; of entertainment was  provided in dialogue, song, music  and dancing, but nowhere could  objection be raised to any of it  | while very, high praise is due it  ' both for quantity and quality.  Since 1920 |one of   the  things  Creston coulct^l&.ast about was a  CHRIST CHU RCH  CRESTON  4-V������__o'i"n__   -./-_*���������    _-_ra.____1.___4     _r������  omit irtiim  Stasia? Telephone Go.!!__;.  If it Is good  business to thus  of the size in; the province* In  the new equipment and interior  renovation this/feet can the .ore  strongly be emphasized, and when  it comes to creating a lasting impression as to a place being worth  while a theatre of the class of the  Grand is an asset of much value  ������_st/_v__������p������"r, iWAf<e%jH i  CRESTON���������8.00 a.m., Holy Communion.   7.80 p.m., Evensong.  LISxER���������ll.vQ a.m., Matins and Holy  Holy Ce__._ni.nicm.  ENGINEER  &URwsEY&fv  meae^HITgeyr  CREBTON.      -       B. O.  F8 H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  Llst-lngn solicited.  CRESTON,    S.C.  We invite you to inspect our  new stock of  SSSSmfW^S  Bwrnmuvmrn*.   **������*?  ES^  ___   _,_������,  which have just arrived i  Newest Shapes.  Nice assortment of sizes.  Prices are right.  M       EBmW nsnmiTj* jfkjirm BBS!  Shoe and  Harness   Repairing  LIMITED  untaiun muvii-v.  TUP  i nt.  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year Ln advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. ELATES, Editor and Owner.  C RESTON,   &.U.,   j^kI-LpAY,  How is it Done?  Continuing    our   observations  close the doors to the higher seats  of learning, why not be equally  practical a little further down the  line and legislate that only those  who take high standings in Grade  8 departmental examinations  shall be admitted to our high  schools.  <!;���������������������������������__ _.!���������_������!_ ivmulo-'io't-  -_xr������nl__ r_ir_t  be displeasing to more than a few  ratepayers in the Creston school  district, where there is every  prospect of this year having to  provide an extra teacher and an  extra elassroom to assure adequate high, school accommodation.  If there is an average  lot of  ���������to both town and district.  Eve"wvn*. hftnA. the rvrinc.-iifl.  of  the Grand Up to the fullest re-  quirments, of the changing movie  theatre public will prove a satisfactory investment, and with  careful attention to providing  future entertainment much on a  par with, that afforded this week,  the Grand is sure to attract the  patronage such enterprise may  rightly expect.  w.sl.w.iW.  ���������%������������������*,<���������*���������*} '*>������������������*'VV  ���������t'V"������"fi. 'f >'  .v.v.m..mm.iM.V.^)'m.-m  k "������������������___!  'I   O  *"__ "_H_ /fm  _rm  jl*_  r*l\i  ���������Tm*r^r\g^m^mm\  1  J  along the line of feeling good be-1 graduates    at    midsummer    in  _._-         --_._, --*_.-.- *���������-������_,���������_ I��������� !������_������_������        /-* B _ -_ _.._���������____        -_!_._.__   cause the other fellow is less  fortunate than ourselves, it would  appear that in the newspaper  realm there are worse places than  Creston. Just listen to this from  Editor Grier of the New Denver  Leaser:  "If any of the critics would like  to try running a newspaper here  The   Leaser is for sale on easy  terms.   We    have    spent    five  dollars in   the   town   for   every  dollar received from it.   It is the  only village in the province having a newspaper where the school  trustees do their advertising on a  fence, the only   one   where   the  churches and sporting clubs do  their advertising   on   a   bulletin  board.    It    is    socially   a  live  village,   but  Lord,   how cheap I  The man   who  would  offer the  editor   a   complimentary  would  either pull it back or have heart  failure."  Just for the good and welfare  of tiie fraternity the Leaser pilot  ought to tell his less informed  brethren how he comes to be able  to expend "five dollars in the  town   for  every dollar received  Grade II, and an average decline j  in attendance in the other grades  due to students not continuing  their high school course, by set-1  ting up a high standard for admission from Grade 8 Creston  r_iigli t be able to get along with  its present^high school facilities  until financial conditions in, the  Valley are somewhat improved.  If there is any merit to the  Hinchliffe    proposal as affecting j  the     university     and     normal |  schools, surely the idea is just as  applicable   in   the  high schools,  land  with the latter the   saving  I will be much more apparent than  in the case of the institutions the  minister   seems   determined    to  interfere with.  The Country Sunday  "I am always very well pleased  with a country Sunday, and think  if keeping holy the seventh day  were only a human institution it  would be the best method that  could have been thought of fori  the   polishing   and   civilising   of  mankind,    It is certain the country peopie would degenerate into  a kind of savages and barbarians  were there not such frequent returns of a stated time in which  the whole village meet together  with their best faces, and in their  cleanest habits, to converse with  one anotheron indifferent subjects,  hear  their   duties   explained   to  them and join   together   in the  adoration of ithe Supreme Being.  Sunday clears away the rust of  the whole week."���������Com.  Spring is at hand and everyone will soon be busy in orchards and on  the land. Then you-will discover that you need some new machinery for  for your farm and orchard work, and in that case do not forget that we are  dealers in. the COCKSHTJTT line. We can supply you with any piece of  machinery from the Tractor to the oi dinary walking Plow. And we will  have in stock a full line of Farm Machinery, as well ass amplea. before  spring work beoins.   Easy payments can be arranged to suit your purse.  Now is the time to order your new SPRAY BOILERS. They  are made of Heavy Sheet Iron and welded throughout. No leaMng.  The price is specially attractive this year.  As we have enlarged our Shop and installed the very latest  in Equipment we can give Prompt Service end Satisfaction.  PLUMBING  FIXTURES and SUPPLIES are now lower an  price than for many years.   Now is the time to modernize yourj  home by putting in a complete line of  Plumbing.    Come in and  talk it over.   Ws wi!! cheerfully submit- prices.  E  .___  Creston Blacksmith; Plumbing &  Heating Company  STEENSTRUP & REED  ____L____fi-__������_fttA^k_ mfkm'im i 0km  .__._..__.. m..  ��������� ft.!__.__.__���������__.__.__.  I __._-��������� ���������_���������__���������  %  Banking by  Mail  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, B.C.  , ���������*��������� Id this haak by maiL Every deposit  by mail will be given careful and  prompt aH������������3_i������loa% ������_ad you wiil receiv������  an acknowledgment hy retasm post*  3S3  EH PIMM. BkliU OF CnHWA  CRESTON       -       -       - J. $. W, CLOWES, Manager  Branches eft Nalsen, Invwrnw, Cranbrook, R������mta  _r__r���������   _rv____t_. _-._-._____.   ������.m.   -#"*���������������__-_-#_���������������*���������  MM*M4������      U^tt_C0������!B 1U������IIV(<      ������>���������      ���������������-'--    ���������  Special for TEN DAYS  MEN'S  Extra  H eavy  Blue Denim  red back  PANTS  Five pockets  REG. PRICE  ������P Ca . __> _J  CLEARING .at  $1.85 per pair  V. MAWSON  UKR8TON  Some ten years ago when the  Grand theatre was opened to the  public ihe Review took occasion  to commend C. O. Rodgers on his  vision in providing a structure  that, in all its appointments, in  very practical fashion testified to  his conviction that the best is  none too good for Creston.  This week it is equally gratifying to be able to again congratul-'  ate him on a similar display of  confidence, in the providing of the  popular "talkie movies" on a  scale that has won the unstinted  praise of the large audiences that  that were present for theinougura-  of sound films.  "What is worth doing is worth  doing well" has surely been his  slogan, and he has lived tup to it  100 per cent, in every direction.  Along with the "Talkitone"  machine that provides all the new  sound features, in a way that has  excited the admiration of all, has  come a renovation of the Grand  interior that is oven more  pleasing.  And still more ������ratifying is the  announcement that, notwith-1  {standing the higher class entertainment provided and the  additional expense incurred, there  If! is to bo   no   raise   in   adm.-itium  depend largely on the Interest  of Biritish Columbians in tUc pro-  ductsof British Columbia industries.  To insist on a B.C. Product, in to  demonstrate one's own personal  interest in thc progress nnd welfare  of British Columbia Industry aii  well as' to specify n desire to  acquire thc product for consump*  tion or use.  Payrolls build communities; in-  crcnolnti prtyrn.ls Increase the  prosperity of ti community. Demand B.C. products. The beers  listed below nro tho products of  a 100 por cont. British Columbia  industry omploylnrt n tarfta number  of men entirely dependent upon  thc industry for a comfortable  livelihood. These boors arc tho  highest quality It in poss.bla to  make.    Inslat on thorn  by umme.  IPILSCNER   ���������   ISmLmVWz  I.IIDI.ON  CASCADE   ���������   OLD MII.>VAUKiC  Thia advertisement is not ptihliHhcd or displayed by thc lyiquor  Control Board on* by thc Government of British Columbia. THJK   CKJ.STWI.   J_tJ_-Vi5_.*Y  c  TALCUMPOWDER SAVING  3S-CENT COMBINATION  Narcissus Soap���������Rose Talcum  Pocket Comb���������Egyptian Talcum  Bath Softener���������Nysis Talcum  Gent's Comb���������Violet Talcum  Bendoline Hair���������Gent's Comb  'riiriM������.������  ���������ft Mr...  __XlIf_  of   Magnesia   Tooth   JPaste  Tooth Brush  Rubber Gloves, colored  Talcum Powder  Talcbm Powder���������Luxor Soap  Colgate's Tooth Paste  Talcum Powder  Writing Pad���������Envelopes  Iron "Waxers���������1 W__ine  1 Vanilla Extract   .  Boxed Note Paper y\>  Moth Exterminator  Narcissus Soap  2 Washing Compound  1 package Dye  1 ih. Fruit Jellies  1 lb. Lasses Kisses  Paper���������8  rolls Whooppee  Toilet  Anf.r.  Strop   Razor, Strop,  and Talcum  -D.aae. *-j^  Violet, Carnation or Lilac Perfume  and Talcum Powder  Powder Puff���������Any Palmolive  Talcum Powder.  Any of the above  combinations for  the Price of one  FEBRUARY25th to MARCH4ik  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  _ THE  REXALL  STORES  ������3'  ������_3  ���������t������  Don't Delay!      Buy your  Supply  oi  AND  __      *  _fl_S������  WW        %JP      %0       %Jf  NOW!  us  tot prices on hauling  anything anywhere  H--_BDa__ea8-B_���������_aiBa3aa--_a__s_5_a--_������---a5_B_-Bgt������BSBirt������a.HB8������anaaaaeaaa������BI  110,456 Fruit  Trees in Valley  1590 Acres Planted to Orchard���������  1306 Acres in Apples���������91,468  Apple Trees -28,205 Mcintosh  Red���������133 Acres an Pears.  ������JSBBBBBBBBSS_111  ���������B  r. Fruit Grower  Have the returns from your ranch been  satisfactory for the Ja-st year ? If not,  why not try some side line, such as Cows, .  Pigs, and Chickens. They wiii pay your  grocery bills, and now is the time to start  for you wiil never buy lumber any  cheaper.    I can  sell you lumber at the  following prices:  *?  Ct    ���������    A >���������      TO   _.���������J    4  4   f ������-      ������T.       __f.    '     -_       -    .    .    "������ IT ������������<y������*-_>  __; a4s. x_j mm x<������ itjet, inu, ^s, ax per xvi ^io.w  2 x 4's, 16 feet, No, 2's, ���������������   17,00  2 x 4's, 18 and 20 feet, No. 2's       "   20.00  1 x 6, No. 2 Shiplap, "    17.00  $ x18 and 1 x 10 No. 2 Shiplap       "          IS 00  CHAS.a RODGERS  ���������'    CRESTON  J&.  figures "nave just been made available in connection with the 1930 fruit  tree census in Creston Valley. This  checkup is made every five years, which  makes the present statement particularly interesting/as it is the first reliable  orchard survey;- made since the very  disastrous blizzard in December, 1924,  which took a keavy toll particularly of  the. winter variety of apples.  T. e tabulated statement plainly indicates that O-chardists have been so  fully occupied in making replacements  after the blizzard that the inciease in  orchard, acreage^ is negligible. In apples  the gain in five years is from 1275 acres  in 1925, to but 1306 acres in 1930. In  total trees the gain is frtfrn 89,251 of aii  varieties in 1925; to 91,468 trees of all  varieties in 1330.  In. pears there is a shrinkage of ten  acres, from 143 as at 1925, to 133. acres  last year, and in trees planted the decline  in the five-year period is from 10.039 to  9352 last year, r  Stone fruits show a gain of 23 acres,  the jump being from 126 acres in 1925 to  149 acres in 1930. In total trees tbe  increase is from 9365 in 1925 to 1U.2S5  in 1930. -  According to the latest return* the  Creston Valley has a total of 1590 acres  planted to tree fruits of all varieties and  accounting for a grand total of 110,456  trees, as compared with a total acreage of  1545 in 1S25, with a grand total of  108,053 trees.  In replacements following the blizzard,  .and in what new acreage has been set  ont, the Mcintosh Red has been a prime  favorite, the census showing a   total of  28,206   last   year,    as   compared   with  19,326   five  years   ago.    Delicious   has  been another favorite with a gain from  14,067 to 18,544 in the five year span.  A better increase than  the latter is  shown in the Borne Beauty, which has  risen from 3269 to 5387 in the same  time.  Other varieties'that show a gain are  Ontaiio,. YellowivNewton, Snow, Stay-  man, ;. Winesap,*." Yellow Transparent,  Elicit ess and: Grimes. Golden.  The Wagener, which was a very heavy  sufferer in the. blizzard, has not!.been  favored in replantings^ as the falling off  in this variety is from 14,401 in 1925 to  11,915 last year. Part of this slump,  however, is attributable to some of the  blizzard-hit Wageners showing growth  in 1925 but dying off since that time.  The Jonathan;1 which was another  sufferer in the blizzard, has fallen by the  way to the extent of almost 60 per cent.P  from 6082 in 1925 to 3789 last-year.  The Wealthy has> slumped from 12,938  to 8666 last year. Others that have  fallen into disrepute are the Northern  Spy, Spitenberg. and Cox Orange. The  odd varieties seem to have been thinned  out as the figures show but 1479  "othervarieties"in 1930, as compared  with 6170 in 1925. Crabapples have  gone down from 1075 to about 800 last  year.  In pears the "other varieties" have  been disposed of in much the ame  fashion, the decrease in five years being  from 6515 to 2136. The D'Anjeii Is the  big favorite in new plantings, although  the Bartletts lead with a total of 2384,  with Flemish Beauty close up at 2207.  In the five years outlined the valley  has scaled down its plums and prwres  from 2982 trees to 2581. The district  now has 1004 Italian prune trees, 358  peach plums, 440 Bradshaws and 779  "other" varieties.  The 1930 census on cherries is a big  improvement over the tabulated statement of 1925 in which latter year the  figures showed 4780 "other sweet"  varieties, while this year the tctal in this  class is 587. _ The present census shows  Creston with 2775 Lamberts, 3170  Bings, 435 Royal Annes.  The census figures just to hand  indicate that the Valley is not taking  kindly to apricots, but is increasing its  preference for peaches. With the former  the slip is from 270 to 202 trees aii told,  but with the latter the gain is from  198  to 401.  In any attempt to figure up the pen-  tree production In Creston Valley, which  in 1930 totalled 128,059 boxes of apples,  4120 bo~es of pgnsSj, 704S crates of  cherries, with plum shipments of 1992  crates, it should be remembered that  with apples 30 per cent, of the trees are  from one to five years old, and 20 per  cent are from six to ten years. In  pears 30 per cent are from one to five  years, and 15 per cent, from six to ten  years. In cherries the trees are 50 per  cent, from one to five years, and 35 per  cent, six to ten years.  FOR SALE���������A new team disc. Apply  John Bedry, Canyon.  FOR SALE���������Victrola, table model:  Perfection 3rburner cooker. Perfection  heater, hand loom, with material for  weaving 22 rugs.   Mrs. J. W. Hamilton.  A Chinese Doctor  for Your Osir  The Chinese pay their doctors for keeping them well.   That's our job with your  Ford car.    Our Mechanics are trained to spot  4     trouble before it happens.    By keeping your car running smoothly all the time they'll save you many dollars  in repairs.   Bills 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    4    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  I  .__.a.-_,.-_.-_._>.._-_-.������__ ____^.  ._.   <_._>._������_ fc. ������  _____  __._>  __.  C_aB__t������  CO  ^m       _9  !  OAL!  Fill   up  uoDi nave an ������nipty  with  coal  How   is   your   Coal   supply?  TT75^"EtTT**T*   V        m~*i__b __ 3 b k ��������� ____ "_������-     ���������___" ��������� ���������-.  ������J XLi WV ___-.!_____    V-'Ott.l.       .JLJIJ-.  v    uttvi  . bin these chilly mornings.  GOOD'-DRY- TAMARAC WOOD  TRUCKING        \ Sand & Gravel HAULING  CRESTON  TRANSFER  PsO. BOX 79  ALBERT .DAVIES  \W    m*  PHONE 13  ��������� WW'.1 W W'V'V'V,* WVVVVVV VV V WW-r ' W*WLJV 'WW  ���������vrp-  <3__  .-______A___l_  ___________  ��������� A. ft.  ^. ��������� _- . . .    -_   __   __  ___���������_b____________ta__������__���������________________���������_____M________W  t_W  13  ��������� EI  <*****���������  ���������**������JLJL M*Mm QL*  consists in spending less than  you earn,  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings bal������  ^nces��������� _-ff_.cS _ &hal_. welcuaae your  account. 6i0  EPENDABLE  THF  dATSTADTATSJ RATtfK"  JLJLJLJJ-     V^/TuL^_CT_.JL_^JLZ^_Lt.      JOXTUL^. JC*.  ���������c^.������g~.     ,^*M^m^*.'m   M"*k   _������"w~."������������������"ik _"������'���������".  OF COMMERCE  Capitol Paid Up $20,000,000  Rcscbvc FuEkd $20e000>000  Creston Branch  R. J. Forbes, Manager  Printed Butter Wraps at Review Office  SPRAYERS  Light Weight,  Simple Construction.  High Pressure.   Powerful Engine  Perfect Agitation. largeCapacity  There is just a size you  require,  no   matter   how  small or how large your  acreage.  Come in and let us show you  all these points of superiority.  There is no obligation.  BERT  BOFFEY  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &* Veal  Phone your order and receive our best service.  TRY OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Sharnroch Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BVRNS'IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  S&CO  tttrmr4\mp*ymmwmmm*M0mmmmmym^  *mwmmmm^mpmrmm'**ymwm*wr^'^tm^ym^t  **m -l_M_i_lhmfc������ in*! ._!_-____ i. Am A* Ah <f. m**% ��������� AnAwllaJl ������i Aw.Aw Aji.AbIiA ,i 4>lMiif>.iii<ifc_fc^Ui mm\immmm>m-mVim,m%im\m%MmmmMm%m������lkmmm^  The Consolidated Mining &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd. ]  TRAIL, Britiah Cotombia  Agent  GRESTON  MANUFACTURERS OF  J7I rjKHJfA XfV  BRAHD  Ghemicdl Fcrtilizera  PRODUCERS & REFINERS  of  TADANAC  Brand  Electrolytic  Ammonium Phosphate  IStMlpfiiMte. of Amtnoma  Triple  Superphospha te  LEAD-ZINC  CADMIUM- BISMUTH  ������������ .M_H>BH || I y .-111, y n^T ynyi ^    ^ f| l|' 'y |   -y y   y^'"^     U      p    '^ | y.y.y������y.y ..^<i..^..y^(..1fJ������_((i..y(.^ THE    REVIEW. -ORESTOIT,   B.   <X  4 Years wittio.it  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  MARCH 1  JESUS     SENDING    FORTH  *���������!_������T.*r-������_^w-^^m^- n T_^w._rn_*������  Golden Text: "The harvest indeed  is plenteous, but the laborers are few;  pray ye therefore the I_or������_ of the  harvest, that He send forth laborers  into His harvest."-���������Luke 10.2.  Lesson: Luke 9.1 to 10.24.  Devotional  Readings    Romans  8b���������15.  10.  _E_!-������p__a_-.aiio__5 a___u Cu_____ieni_i  The Seventy Sent On a Mission,  10.1-3.���������-Aa Jesus had sent out the  twelve on a special mission tour  (9.1-6), so He now sent out seventy  others. The text reads, "Now tho  Lord appointed seventy others"; taut  the appointment was for a. special  service, not as in the case of The  Twelve, for permanent work. Jesus  sent these men out in companies of  two, for mutual help and companionship, and bade them g?o into the cities  which He Himself was planning* to  visit after their preliminary work.  The Counsels Given the Seventy,  10.4-11.���������These men were to travel  light; they were to take with them  no purse, no wallet, no shoes. They  were to have no money in their giir-  dles, which answered the purpose of  a purse, and no provisions in their  wallet, which was their provisoin  basket (the Greek word translated  "wallett" may also mean "beg-ging--  bag"; Jesus did not want His messen-  way    from,    "out-  _ANHBUK  Marvellous For Healing  '-___?_._._!'____;_.=_=___    _-.'_������___.__������   a  Praises Irish Linen  Makes  How do you deal with headaches?  Do you just take something to deaden  the pain without getting rid of tho  trouble which causes the p������:a ?  Thousands do, despite the medieal  profession's -warning cry of "DON'T t"  Such makeshift methods simply  suppress tlie symptoms of headaches.  They merely numb the nerves and  leave the underlying cause to look  after itself.   And" it  only  obtains  a  firmAr v__Mt-_ IT-M-ll QS������_-*_C- rwin *. *vnf_T__2_."5_'  ��������� -������������������ --     &- T'"      ���������-���������~���������-"~--~���������    ���������������...    e^_.~������^..j  be traced to a disordered stomach and  to the unsuspected retention m tho  system of stagnating waste material  which poisons tlie blood. Remove  these poisons���������prevent them forming  again���������and you'll never have to worry  tiny inure. And that is just how  Kruschen Salts bring swift and lasting  relief from headaches. Kruschen Sa.ts  aid Nature to cleanse your body  completely of all clogging waste  matter.  " For many years I suffered from  severc headaches almost daily. I  started taking the small dose (of  Kruschen) a matter of four years ago.  and I can honestly say I have never  had a headache since."*��������� ,'Mrs. 3*1. W.)  FItl������ TRIAL OFFER  If you have never tried Kruschen���������try it now  ait our expense.    We have distributed a great  many special "GIANT" packages which make  it easy for you to prove our claim for yourself.  Ask yoxr drussist for thc new "GIANT" "5c.  package.  This consists of our regular 7Sc. bottle together  vith a separate trial bottle���������sufficient for about _  cne week.   Open, the trial bo .tie first, put it to  I g-ers  to  "beg  their  the test, and then, if not entireJy convinced that   f ���������. j��������� ,,���������������     ���������tLj  __  ���������i ������������������  i���������   .-._sj.h.5_������_   *_ i .    .  - __, ���������       j.  Kn������������chen -dees eve.ythir.s ���������*������ rfaira it to do. the t siders ), and no shoes Ln addition to jor chafe   caused   by  weather   condi  resuiar bottie is still as aooJ as new.   Take it j the sandals which they wore.    Their  PST 75c." imm1_ilar.lv- ar_d ^t'teut ���������qu.-tion! \ message was vuai, tney must nasten.  You have tried Kjuschen free, at our extx___e.   ; hence   they   COUld   not   stop   to   salute  What  could  be  fairer?      Manufactured_by j any one on the way, for Oriental sai-  ' utations consume much time.  His   Majesty    King   George  Purchases In Belfast  '"I prefer Irish iinen and every shirt  r   _._.-._   _���������___���������   m ���������__>__ _<r>_,,* ������������   _._.!-.   TUT.a  m. uo>v  uuuica  jlxuu*  uuiuavi     ������__..������_������..-._.������.  Majesty, when, with Queen Mary, he  visited an exhibition of the Linen'Industry Research Association in Lion-  don, England.  Examining table linen that had  been washed in various laundries, the  king remarked: "Some Laundries do  us������ up linen, but I suppose when it  comes back with holes Lt is good for  trade."  His Majesty has just ptaced several acres off, the royal estate at  __andringhai__. Norfolk, under cultivation for flax, though most English land-owners say that flax takes  more out off the earth than it  yields.  Leprosy Being Cured  Eleven Patients .Recently Released  ��������� '  From U.S. lustration  Quietly, as si__p_. long docked slip  out into a strange sea, nine men and  two women have left the government  leprosarium at CarviKe, Louisiana, tb  face a world which some of them  have not seen for two decades.  Each carried a treasure which  money could not buy���������a certificate  attesting they have been cured of  leprosy, a disease dreaded and  shunned since Biblical times.  Some will take new names and  make new lives -��������� the government  will ask no questions. Their departure ��������� brightening  the  hope  of  330 other patients will  bring   the  total number to be. released in the  last few years to 83.  3Snr jr%8_' *lyiW^M_iI2fc"-  k   __Z    Checked'j  Applied eatfernal-  l ly,* Vicks relieves.  n /*t\j^_5w* j without upsetS5iig"  ^^<K~"' ^^-^f delicate stomachs  \japor um  FORvCOLDS~ O-F A!_1_TT+.E^FAN.At^T.  Increase In Oil Production  Alberta Oil Production Is Decidedly  On the Up Grade  Oil production in the Province of  Aiberta is decidedly on the up grade,  according to the figures for 1930 recently    compiled   by    the Provincial  Government.    The    total    output   in  Persian Balm ��������� There  is   nothing, 1930 was 1,433,844 barrels, compared  like it for creating and preserving a j with 999,152 in 1929.  lovely complexion. Cooling, caressing      The   production for   the month   of  j���������it soothes and dispels all roughness��������� jw���������w   1930   waa **���������> largest for  _-������. nhnfo   _"___.������.*__   w  wpathcr   condi-  ���������Lrecemner������  -l^u, was tne largest tor  Canadian Printers and Publishers  Out of the 753 printing and publishing plants reported in Canada in the  1928 census of industry, 206..were lo-.  cated in Ontario; 135 in Saskatchewan; 76 in Aiberta; 67 in Manitoba;  62 in Quebec; 61 in British Columbia;  31 in Nova Scotia; 21 in New rBruns-  wick, and 4 in Prince Edward Island.  K. Griffiths Kugliea, I_td.. Manchester, fc-ng.  JEstab. 1756). Importers: McGillivray Bros..  jutd., Toronto.  On entering a house, they were to  x������������aaiixlc������.l  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  peerless toilet requisite for every woman.  American Films In Britain  , ^ . ,_. ^ , ,"'- isorten ana whiten tne nanas,  i friendly greeting, of "Peace be to this  ; house"���������a prayer that the household  I might be blessed in    every    respect.  , "And if a son of peace  [a beautiful  i phrase for one inclined to peace]  be  ! there," Jesus added, "your peace shall  ! rest upon him."  The   Earl   of  Bessborough,   newly ! ^"But^^haJ; were, ^ to  do whe������           _,    __������.   _^       i their    friendlv    salutation was    met  appointed   governox-sei_e_-_l  ^x   ^__i-; ^^ scorn?  ^^ the ^spitality that  ada, wiii    sail    for    Canada    on    the  was due a stranger was denied them ?  Canadian   Pacific   steamship.   "Duchess of Bedford," on March 27.  Lieutenant-General    Bernheim,     of  Belgium,   who   commanded   the   Bel-1 ^ slight personal oppo^tion. Jesus  ������ ! understood this,  and so  He told the  Often men who are great and noble  in situations where popular favor surrounds them, lose their self-mastery  under  the  irritation  of little  rebuffs  tions. Delicately fragrant ,it adds ex= j a single month that has ,yet been  quisite charm to the most finished ap- i made in Alberta, 175,572 barrels, a  pearance. Dainty women inevitably | gain Cf 81,318 over the corresponding  choose    Persian    Balm.    A    velvety, ^    f ^   prevIous year. Most of  smooth lotion, it makes the skin rose-   ,. ���������     ^    .  * .   ,       *      , _  leaf in texture. Recommended jlIso to | the   oil produced  hv. Canada   comes  XTUiy a! frOBu.   Aiberta.  Tilts   Province   of  On-  "BT. - o-K___-_TT'J������.*_  T>_>t.      <n__������_f-       ^_-f      TLffnd-Sirkn  tario a.coounts for 125,000 barrels of  the total production.  WHY SUFFER  FRO&IYQUP.  U������EJtS  Why be handicapped with unsightly blotches on the face, eyes  with yellow tinge and that tired and  languid feeling? This indicates &  torpid liver.  Headache, Dizziness and Biliousness surely follow. You musfc^fcimu-  late your lazy liver, start the bita  flowing mth Carter's Little Liver"  ���������mm _ "-.������������������-.'-  They also act as a mild laxative,  purely vegetable, free from calomel  and poisonous drugs, small, eas^ to  swallow, andnot haoit forming, 'iney  aro not a t>u_r^at_V6 ti.at cacaTiipg ftp  pains, unpleasant after effect following, on the contrary a good tonic  All druggists 251 and 76$ red pkgs.  gian   troops  the      gTfiat  Paris.  on French   soit  during j Ia,en who were  to  represent Him in  war,    <i_ea    recenuy    in j the��������� villages: If your good-will is re-  j pulsed, you, at least, shall not lose it,  I but it  shall  turn  to  you  again,  and  Lord Bledisloe, governor-general of \ you shall keep calm, and sweet, and  New Zealand, requested that his offi- I dignified under the irritation and the  Cial salary be reduced ten per cent,  for the public interest. Premier  Forbes gratefully accepted his offer.  The sum of $100,000,000 has been  added to Great Britain's dole fund by  the House of Commons, which accepted recommendations of Rt. Hon.  Margaret Bondfield, Minister* of Labor, for new unemployment loans.  Emile St. Godard, The Pas, Man.,  won the best time prize in the three-  day New England dog derby championship at Laconia, New Hampshire.  His brother, Leo, won the handicap  time prize.  Russian winter wheat acreage is  estimated by tlie TJnited States Department of Agriculture, to have increased 19 per cent, over a year ago,  when the area was estimated at 25,-  172,000 acres.  Great Britain's tragic dirigible  R-101 is to fly again, in spirit. The  Zeppelin, works at Fricdrichshafen,  has bought the metal remains of the  ������hip and will melt them down to be  fashioned into parts for the new Gcr-  ���������maa dirigible LZ-129.  II!  ii  *pK***^  ^m^WnHmlr^L  r  iForTwmfcff  dsss to A*i<J  1   lK������>_"___*2___t.  B  C������r*n������__r  ������_ji_n-^=  P   ������AsTw*US6f__,  defeat."���������Ozora S. Davis.  "What a beautiful idea, that the  unheeded Peace comes back and  blesses the heart that .wished it, as if  courteous and kind words never went  unrewarded."���������T. R. Glover.  The Mission Of the Seventy Crowned With Success, 10.17-20. ��������� The  Seventy returned with j.oy, and reported that even the demons had been  subject to them in the name of Jesus.  By a figure of speech Cverses IS and  19), Jesus declared that in their success He saw a prophesy of the ultimate conquest of His Kingdom over  tlie whole world, but He gently rebuked their self-satisfaction by adding, "In this rejoice, not that the  spirits are subject unto you; but rejoice that your names are written in  heaven." "Do not rejoice ih your command of a gift, but rejoice in your  relation to your God."���������J. H. Jowett.  The Joy Of Jesus.. 10,21-24.���������Jesus  Himself rejoiced in the success of His  followers and gave thanks to tlie  Father that He had hidden these  things from the wise and understanding (the scribes and Pharisees who  thought themselves such), and revealed them to babes, the simple, unlearned Seventy.  Picture Films Shown In England  Are Of American Origin  Eighty-five per cent, of the motion  picture films shown in England are of  American origin, and only 7% per  cent. British, Colonel John A. Cooper,  president of the Motion Picture Distributors of Canada, testified before  the investigation into affairs of the  motion picture industry in Canada, at  Toronto. Investigation is centered  around affairs of the Famous Players Canadian Corporation and its sub- (  sidiary companies. About two hours after eating many  Only about 30   Canadian   pictures people suffer    from sour    stomachs.  ^Afh^ii Food  had been.made since 191S, Col. Cooper stated.  Canadian Yellow Birch  Yellow  birch  is  commercially the  most important hardwood in Canada,  forming more than one-third of the  hardwood lumber produced in the Do- !pieas_ant7  efficient  They call it indigestion. It means  that the stomach nerves have been  over-stimulated. There is excess  acid. The way to correct it is with  an alkali, which neutralizes many  times its volume in axiid.  The right way is Phillips' Milk of  Magnesia���������just   a    tasteless    liquid;  and     harmless.  minion.  But   it   kills   excess   acids. ' It   has  remained the standard with physicians for.more than 50 years.  It is the quick method. Results  come almost instantly. It is the��������� approved method. You will never use  another when you know.  Be sure to get genuine Phillips*  Milk of __IagnG3is. prescribed fey  physicians for over fifty years- in  correcting excess acids, 50c bottles  ���������any drugstore���������The genuine i? always a liquid���������it is never made in  tablet form. So look for the name  Phillips' on wrapper and bottle.  ��������� ������������������: -  ._iB-_t__..i.__Hn_._siH-.i_i_.m_iiii___-^  Police In Canada Efficient  Is  A Friend to Women  Lydia E. PMkm's  Vegetable Compound  )L,Yl>IA IC PINICHAM N.KD1CINIS CO,  I-vim, Muuu., U.Q.A,  ���������lit! Cuboiiitf, 0..t,,���������t_iiu<I_.,  Invest in WINDOLITE Windows and you will be repaid a  hundredfold in the health of jour Poultry and Live Stock  Law    ICn f orcement    In    0_.__ada  Worthy Of Pride  It would appear from a survey of a  report recently issued by the Canadian Government Bureau of Statistics  for the calendar year 1929, that the  police and law enforcement ofllclolg  in Canada are.on to their jobs;  Statistics collected from cities atid  towns having a population of 4,000  and over show that in 138 such centres with a total population of 3,359,-  703 the number of police officers employed was 5,004; one officer to every  671 persona. SumnionHes issued for  Infractions of the laws durliig tSw.  year numbored 168,932; and 127,027  arrests wore made, an average of 25  arrests por officer. Offences reported  to the police numbered 329,400; there  wore 203,532 prosecutions, 213,324 ot?  about 81 per cent, of which resulted  in convictions, Of tlio 11.1G0 automo-  bllet- reported otolon, all but 10 of  over OD.0 per cont. wero recover eel.  Tho value of other goods stolen was  ,1.2,290,972, and tho vatu*. oC goods recovered wttH $1,525,080.  THE   ORIGINAL   GLASS    SUBSTITUTE  BEADS.     MN     __SNGI__&N]������     SINGH   SSI'S     ON     OMQ__NA___     m?AT!iWP������3  Thla    uxibreafcabSe    glass    Bisbstltuta    9s j allowa   th������   full   sunlight   to   enter,   !n<  ���������*-_-_������ ft       ccift       _3 _.__St____. __._.... '    ������._.     _*..__     ____!!     __._. __.a_.__t__.__        _l_  1. ________    _._������_..- .     *ti.    vm.    .   -.  Sighs ftticl flexible, easy to cut and fit,  will withstand extreme changes In tern*  perature,   keeps   out   cold   and   wet,   but  IY.     N.     TI.     JA7J.  CUT DOWN  TOUR LOSSES,  BV __-MSTAI_L_fN<3  WINDOLITE  eluding the health-giving Ultra-Violet  Rays, which do not penetrate ordinary  glass.  .  SJSIQ  WIND0UTB  ,- ������������������   MJ\   .,v\  DXlOODIQIt    :  iioTisicjqi  -DAIftir BAItNtt  CUNBIOOBJC.  ETC  ���������GniMi tfa'N Tf.I<M.trl<_ Hull way m  Electric rallwayH In. Canada carried  , Q3C,720,C51 pauuongcu- in IS2D.  Ciancidlan breeders off poultry and Uvea ft oefs ars SlEjdEiig Windolite & mo&t BiatSsfactor^ ..,  and profitable inveetrnent    Young chiclcena and turlceyn are entirely free from leg weolc-  hcbs and diseane and will thrive in confinement under Windolite.    Windolite comes in rolls'   '  any l<m������ths but E6 inchea wide only-  Distributors: JOHN  A*  CHANTLER & CO.& LTD*  ol W������lliisg^������ m W.        ��������� .  .      -        ..        TOEQNTO, OKT.  __f^.|.|Pr_|i_____i________B_______^ TH3E   REVIEW.   ���������KESTONV   B.   C*  uN, AS/NeuS/P PROYEstrSm^M&  J National Bank .wasaTxmt as cheerful  as a mausoleum.'"   :  Gloom also pervaded the house of  Halliday. After five days Angela said  she could stand it no-longer.  *'I believe III go>to the shore. Between hearing you at the telephone  calling up the hospital about that  child���������and the sight of that horrible  old man pacing up and down that  garden, I'll go crazy. I think I'll go  to Narraganiett for a-month."  "You"will do no such thing."  James Halliday spoke quietly, but  with decision.  wtiifiiitiiitiniiBiiiiiiiiifiiiiiniiiiiiiiUK  THE DUSTY  '���������'���������������������������   BY-    Y '   3  CHRISTINE  WOTTING 3.  PARMENTISR 5  Copyright 1928   .. ||  illtlltl-lfllIlSi.|]Ji!]tlilimtHl!llIIHltlIIII������  CtlAPTEFt XI.���������Continued.  .Holiday's clenched hands trembled.  .��������� He :was remembering a time when he  eoufr_,;apt have gazed upon her thus  without a longing to lay his  cheek  '_ against" iier own. No such' desire  stirred itim now. Her beauty seemed,  almost^ a repellent thing. His face  quivered aa he looked at her; but at  last, with a. ������igi_ of weariness, he  turned away and .went to his own  room. ��������� -  For a weefe Nick's life hung in Hie  tr.r-���������.t:   ���������__:���������������_  auu   May  _ __-j.i_.__ .  11CK11I.ICE.O,  ������ -_.__._  J-lig CIO.,  KgS^tlKK AFIA5H/  sTisS^6-5^ "Iliad pass  w* fer month-. 4.ot_)teE:he.j������5ia9  until I tried *Sootfaa-S������i_. a?:. The ______  E_.pp._C3 tics, eaded Itch and psla. P=!s~ ������_s_e.������������  ������������������&��������� C. Agley. End pate quick. All dtqggiats.  but for the sake of decency you shall  not behave so, when, because of your  own actions, the man is at death's  door."  She drew an angry breath.  "You blame me for everything. It  wasn't nay fault    that    that    stupid  r������!__---   roil   i-n . 4*1.-r������r**   _^lr.+V-__   01 -->_-t'pr������#V&-____ **  W._i..>rt.      ..C...   . .A..     J_.^^i_-W      .������_-       4������M_^������     *_>h������.^r.___.W.*..-^*.  "No; but you shouldn't have been  there, Angela, Considering the errand I had gone oh, would it have  .hurt you to stay quietly at home?"  "What good would it have done me  to_.be bored all day? No one in  Bakersville knew your mother."  He turned away, then said, his back  still to her: "Who were the friends  whom you expected to join you on  your trip?"  "Friends?"  Her voice was a little breathless,  and her eyes dropped as he wheeled  and faced her.  "What do you mean?"  ���������   "I mean that Hastings understood  you expected  company to take this  b-thmce.   Tiie fearfulchill of. the cold; trip;   ^ that   volJ   didn.t  wish   to  ������a"_r__<>. S-Tw������_-_        _T������T^������n.3^^ ^*W������ _T_ * *��������� mJ+m^mmmwrmtr* -i"%* *\    ��������� mr  ' "' " j drive the new car yourselfY  She shrugged.  hospital, he found;   a   .violet-scented  note in his wife's place:  "Now that our neighbor is out of  danger, I suppose I may get the  change I need. You gave me little  enough sympathy after that terrible  experience: but then. I didm_t expect  sympathy from you. I'm going to  Rye. Don't look "for me for a fortnight, or longer, but send a check  first mail."  "It's just as well," said Halliday to  himself, as he dropped the missive in  the waste basket. "It may be a relief to !_������rs������ Hastings to know she's  gone."  But In truth, Gay had no thoughts,  unkind or otherwise, of Angela Halliday. In those days of anxiety and  dread she had forgotten her. Now, in  the joy of seeing Nick come back to  life, nothing else mattered.  "There's a lot to explain,3' he said  on the first day he'was allowed a  word or two, "but I haven't the  strength for it now. If you'll just keep  on trusting me������������������"  "I'll trust you forever and ever,"  she interrupted, and he said:  "I know, dear. I've known, it all  the time; but there's something I've  got to ask or I can't rest. A terrible  thing happened on that trLp, Gay. I  rmisf flnrl iryiit "  ~������^bt-        Wfc4-S������l_ _       V_a _LkK������ __L������_J_ .V,������^K  Libraries In Canada  Hundreds Of .Libraries Give Readers  Free Access To Good Literature  .___itvnif.TY>������.nt-r><y the work of the various educational institutions of Canada are hundreds of libraries in different parts of the country.-In a list  of"1,025 for which statistics have been  collected, 623 are free public and association, libraries, 1256 are university,  college or norma! school, 512 are Dominion or Provincial Government  libraries,, and 224 are otherwise classified. Legislation making some provision for public library accommodation exists in each of the provinces,  as well as in the-Yukon; and all of  the larger centres of population have  libraries  free to all.  Smaller  settle-  t71_LI*������3, .  <G*a������St_*;j_C_.__y       1.LM.\JZ>X?    .     IU      ,   JLM. vrufe.1.^ *.  places,; such a3 mining and. lumber  camps, are "reached by travelling  libraries under the management of  the Provincial Governments, or universities:. In each of the provinces  legislation is in. existence to facilitate  the establishment or expansion .of  libraries in the public schools, and  many of these institutions have very  c onsiderable collections.  . r.v  terrible fatigue, had done their worst;  and-had it not been for the clean  young strefigih. of him, pneumonia  would have claimed him for a victim.       .      .  '.'He's got only a fighting, chance,  Gay," said the old doctor honestly,  while the look in his eyes nearly  broke, her heart, "but Nick won't go  under .without s fight. Now's the time,  my dear, when he'll be repaid a thou.  sandfold for leaving his wild oats unsown. He's sound and strong, and he  has a lot to lave for. We'll pull him  through if it's a human possibility."  Gay h.ardly saw her babies in those  days. With Julie's help she  dressed I way through "the valley of the stia-  tttein   "every    morning,     and    after [dow." .  iccuucrai.  ���������laucj   vwiucu   ������.u>uxlu  bioa- ���������"JCie **   puxi--thrOUgii   iiovvV    said   the  well's youngest daughter and Gay?s ��������� doctor quietly; "pWvided he has ho  girlhood chum) home on a visit with 'set-backs, and we'll see that, he  her own baby, took them in charge, j doesn't. He's sleeping quietly and na-  keeping them happy through the long j turally. When he wakes, Gay, you can  days,  and  returning them  at night,  sit with him a, while; but you mustn't  "Where did you get all that?"  "That's neither here nor there, but  "You got it from that stupid little  woman," she said scornfully. "Probably he concocted the story so she'd  let hi___ go. I didn't suppose he was so  clever." .'������������������'���������.,-  "Hasting^ is not a liar," said her  husband quietly.  "And am I ?"  Her eyes narrowed; but Halliday  merely turned and left the room.  Slowly,  do_.__edlv. Nick fought his  ready for bed.  "JTu keep the_:n nights and ail, Gay,  have them "here," said Janey under  standingly. "Mother says not to worry aDOUt dinner ifior tomorrow. She'll  send down! enough for everyone. Oh,  _"*_.������-.     T   ___it*_    ������������������...    _.*.._! .3     _3 ���������    ���������������_,__,_. tiff  v>avf  JL   W1311 Wc   vuuiu uO   uiulc!  Gay couldn't speak. This was the  third day, when things looked very  black indeed. A second nurse was installed now, and Uncle Sim was  staying at the Bakersville Hotel,  spending his time between Gay's garden, where he paced back and forth  like  a caged beast, and John Max-  talk. There, child! cry if you want to  It's been a hard week���������hard on all of  if I. didn't know you'd be happier to  us   Gay>  rm goin^ to  stop  at the  bank on my way home, and let 'era  know the worst is over."  But the doctor's progress down  Main Street was very slow. People  hailed him from many a doorstep, and  went more happily about their tasks  at the good news.  "Everyone loves Nick," he mused  as he started his car for the fifth  time in a half mile. "He's a good boy;  "It's all right, Nick," she broke in  quietly. "The child is living. Mr.  Halliday told me. He's been to see the  little thing. Oh, my dear, everyone  has been so wonderful! Now that  you're getting better I���������I feel that  these terrible days have been paid  for, almost, in human kindness."  He smiled, and would have spoken,  but she said: "Wait, Nick. I haven't  finished. I've been finding out that  what your mother told you is true as  truth. When the way seems hardest  we do seem to reach a Mil-top, a  place where we oan breathe again,  and see life and���������and everything, with  a new vision. I can't say just what I  mean, perhaps, but I feel that I've  reached one of those hill-tops now.  Life will lead us into the valley again,  I know; there'll be suffering, and  trouble, and doubts, and anxieties to-  live through; but I shall always bei  richer for the dearness of those who  tried to make this hard tiane easier.  Don't you believe that, Nick ?"  "Oh, Gay," he answered, "if I could  only keep you on the hill-tops! But���������  but as I look back at things, I see  that all your troubles come through,  me!"  She retorted,    the    first   care-free  smile in days lighting her eyes: "Have  you thought where I find nay Joys?"  (To Be Continued,)  Diver Likes Synthetic Air  Increases      Efficiency      Says      Well  Known Submarine Engineer.  "Synthetic air," composed of helium  and oxygen, as a means of sustaining the respiration of deep sea divers,  has received the 6.K. of Captaln  Sloan Danenhower, widely known  submarine and salvage engineer.  Captain Danerihower, who will  command the Wilkins submarine  "Nautilus" on its undersea dash to  the North Pole this summer, made a  diving test at the Philadelphia navy  yard in which "synthetic air" was  used instead of Mother Nature's at-  CRY FOR IT���������  ������������HIL.DREN hate to take medicine  ^^ as a rule, but every child loves  the iasle of Castoria. And this pure  vegetable preparation is just as good  as it tastes; just as bland and just as  harmless as the recipe reads.  When Baby's cry-warns of colic������  a -_e������v urops o& vtast-cna j-_u_5 _&____  soothed, asleep again in a jiffy. Nothing is more valuable^firi. diarrhea*  When coated tongue or bad breath  tell of constipation, invoke its gentle  aid to cleanse and regulate a child's  bowels. In colds or children's diseases,  you should use it to keep the system,  from clogging.  Castoria is sold in every drugstore;  the genuine always bears Chas. H.  Fletcher's signature.  "The  advantage  of using helium-  oxygen," he explained;    "will increase  <-_..,   n������n_-_n������_>..   _-.*   -3J.rn~.-.      ������������      <-r_      *>.=  c������,t*U_    UU'Gjr     %.CUA   ������>f,     l*__JG    .C.U-U<C     VUVVjT    t^ftu  work under the surface and the speed  with which they can.-go through the  decompression process."  iilfOfllril  Little Hete For This Week  .. CfeRH   V       _*0,JJ  ..UAU^_-_1_ __.      . 1._.      1. _.  was off that day with Mrs. Halliday.  Don't understand    It.    Hope    people  well's house,  where  he  took  a  sad ..       ,     ,,���������.,��������� ,,.,  pleasure in helping to keep the ba-|wont %et wind ������* iL Halliday wo������'t  bles happv I ^a^' ^u^ soaiehow I don't trust his  An atmosphere of gloom pervaded ������"��������������� S^'a> miscHief-_naker or I  the First National Bank. i &otl'*- know women. Her eyes are too  "Gosh!" exclaimed Johnny Symmes, Innocent for truth. But she's mighty  whose cage joined Nick's, "what if Pretty! Don't know when I've seen  ho don't get well? I saw Doc Bon- au<?k a P^tty fac6; though I wouldn't  nett this morning, and he said-���������"      mlnd ^ ah<s'd   take   lt   away   *">*������  Bakersville for good and all."  She did take it away, for a time.  Two days later, when James Halliday returned from a trip to a distant  "He healeth the broken in heart,  and bindeth up- their -wounds." ���������  Psalm cxlvii. 3.  Then sorrow, touched by Thee, grows  bright  With more than rapture's ray,  As darkness shows us ���������worlds of light  We never see by day.  ���������Thomas Moore.  Wherein is the blessedness of those  that mourn? Christ says, In being  comforted, in the victory- of their  faith, in the endurance of love, trust  and patience. Remember i_mt_l we aro  thus comforted in our hours of sorrow, we are not one with, cur Leader,  nor in communion* with our Father's  Spirit. No one will suppose that the  blessing of affliction consists in the  suffering it brings. It consists in the  He broke off suddenly, and began  an attempt at whistling that deceived  no one; while two stenographers  openly wiped  their  eyes.  The  First  raYOEJlkft  atuHweete  sytmp btof  En&B e_ct ^__iS_3_n___l ^Si  MjRmmUmm^wWFmV^ %&  ^^impfmm^  ���������III 0IU-Rir^^  mervimx   Carbon Monoxide May  Have   Killed   Explorer  Stefansson Believes Andree Overcome By Fumes From Stove  Viljhalmar Stefansson, writing in  the "Spectator," lifts a corner of the  curtain which enshrouds the death of  Salomin August Andree, who never  came back from his polar balloon expedition of 1897.  -Andree and K, Fraenkel, whose  bodies were found in the Arctic  wastes last August, were overcome  toy the subtle fumeo of carbon  monoxide as they sat about a kerosene stove in their virtually air-tight  tent, Stefansson believes.  Ho developed his theory from  evidence discovered on White Island,  where the bodies of the explorers  and tho remains of N. Strlndberg,  another member of tho expedition,  were found. Ho almost died himself of tho cause, Stefansson writes,  in an Bskinmo snowhouso on Coronation" Gulf 20 yeasfl nco.  Af ter 10 Years Of Asthma Dr.- J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy proved the  only relief for one grateful user, and  this is but one case amons.many.  Little wonder that it has now-become  the one recognized remedy on the  market. It has earned its fame by its  never failing effectiveness. It is earning it today, as it has done for years.  U}t *S?'  erea������e������*   asthma   specific I spiritual response to suffering of one  within the reach of suffering human- Itst'"-U������ *w������j~������^ ^ ������u*������s     B  !i3.. ������ I whose confidence is in the source of     love.���������John  Hamilton  Thorn.  A Real Celebration  Here's a short story on longevity,  Mrs. C. H. Jones, 80. of Cornwall,  Vermont; Mrs. I_ucy Crane, 90, and  jS/Zrs. John J, James, 78, both of Wey-  bridge, went to Lewiston, N.Y., to  help their fourth sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Jewett Scovell, celebrate her  100th birthday. All four sisters are in  excellent health.  Soft corns and warts are ugly,  painful and irritating. Remove them  quickly and surely with Douglas'  Egyptian Liniment.  A naturalist points out that there  are more than 500,000 kinds of insects, and most of them make ao  sound that a human being con  hear.       '    .,    ��������� ' '3  c/  EDWAHDSBUU.G  Al ^__mH__. *Bt  km\f BfeJ  ^__W      il     ^������1  mBTw "B������___r     mrm^  Tho CANADA STARCH CO., Limited    MONTREAL  Where tho Plums Aro  "After all, thc city government la  just J Lice a tree���������wo' oiffllcials are  merely tho branches, but you people  aro tho roots and tho trunk."  "Aye, true,'" spoke up ono son of  _E_Liu, "but yo must ad_n.Lt Chat all tho  plumo grow on tho brancla.oa."  H "1 HI       Binibw       Ju__       B    n  Ho A W% T ^*%  U KB    f  WORK worift  wait for a  headache to  wear  off.  Don't look' for sympathy at  such times, but get some  Aspirin. It never fails.  Don't be a chronic sufferer  from headaches, or any other  pain. See a doctor ancl get at  the   cause.   Meantime,   don't  play martyr. There's always  quick comfort in Aspirin. It  never does any harm. Isn't it  foolish to suftcr any needless  Eain? It may be only a simple  eadachc, or it may be neuralgia or neuritis. Rheumatism.  Lumbago. Aspirin is still the  sensible thing to take. There  always  to  be   relied  on  for  breaking up colds.  Buy the box that saya  is hardly any ache or pain these Aspirin and has Genuine  tablets can't relieve; they are a printed in red- Genuine Aspirin  great comfort to women who tablets do not depress ths  Buffer  periodically;   they   are    heart. All druggists.  "I   know   whore   you   can   get a  chicken dinner for 15 cent.),",  "Whoro?"  "At tho feed store,"  W.   N.   U.   IBTB  rnADU-M Attic nua. THE  CRESTON   REVIEW  EGGS  FOR HATCHING���������Purebred  White Leghorn hatching eggs, 85a. per  setting of 16 eggs. Now is the time to  place     your     orders.     V.     Mawson,  r* ���������*��������������� _)-.__������������������__.__��������� _..__.__,__,���������.���������__.,_..__.-__  trv miR gciivin-:' vnii'ii iivi: it  SERVICE TO  ALL  CARS  GAS,   OIL and  ACCESSORIES.  REBORING and  VALVE GRINDING  Local and Personal  FOR SALE���������Baled straw; hay, baled  and loose; 2 C,W. oats for feed or seed.  Also potatpes.   E. Nouguier, Canyon.  &_M������lo!l  .___    Ul 1UU  _...*_._. ���������   m%f*���������*,** *mf*'  A___     __!__������__  machinery  Let us give  your Motor  new life!  *  !_  Creston Motors  Canyon St. at Barton Ave  Due   their   inability   to   s cure   the  Hall for March 6th. the "Women's  Institute have been forced to cancel the  oldtime    dance    announced    for   that  evening.  Mr. and airs. De -zil.Maxwell spent a  few days here this week, guests of the  former's mother, the tatter leaving on  Tuesday on a visit with friends in  Vancouver.  All veterans are invited to the March  meeting of the Creston Valley Post of  the Canadian Legion to be held In the  town hal! on Tuesday everting, March  3rd, at 8 o'clock.  FOR SALE-  according.   J.  -Ewes with lambs, price's1  Jauncey, W nndel, B.C.  r* a on  r\l7 TmLTAAJItre  -������_r__        m  _ J_-i_i.k_/  An extensive sale of cattle, pigs, horses,  Wednesday afternoon next, March 4th,  at the ranch of the late J. F^Rose, about  a mile west of town-   Six months credit  on amounts over $25.  I_ev_ Ft, U. Cribb ?������ a- visitor at  Nelson this week where he is attending  the spring meeting of the Kootenay-  Boundary presbytery of the United  Church, of which he is cierk.  ���������  The first sis wheel Ford truck sold in  Creston has just been purchased by  Arvid Samneison of Canyon from  Premier garage. It will be used on the  Samuelson haul of ties and posts.  The Rodgers box factory is operating  a shift from 5 to 12 midnight at present  in order to make on time delivery of a  carload of tintops and bedding baskets  4 o a Calgary. Alberta, wholesale firm.  r3 h.le repairs are being made on the  Diesel e gine of Creston Power & Light  this  Mrs. Butterfield ana _an_uy taice  means of expressing their sincere  appreciation of the Bowers, the rnany  kindnesses and much, sympathy shown  them in their recent bereavement.  TENDEBS run 0LEHRIH3 AHO PLG13S.S.5.S  .A.A.A,.  -^-^���������^-^-^���������^fri, lfritf.-A-A_.J_._u    __ - _k ��������� A. ���������  i__ i <*���������   A    ���������**-A    A    _l-������_i._L  PHSUt!  _  UTTON  Legs   Shoulders.  jBEEF  Brisket   10c  Boiling  12%c  Fot Roasts    15c  Rib Roasts  18c  Loin Roasts -  2Qc  FRESH SPARE RIBS  15c.  Cottage Rolls  30c       Side Bacon  35c  Picnic Hams   25c       Sausage, 2 lbs  35c  Loins..  Stew ...  Chops.  22c  18c  mc  __)C/V  r*-.������-in_iw.v w._.__.4- *���������_.__ _"*  _LvGug&r_> jjic.ii_  ������*r,<w"'*f *���������  ���������*?������������������*'*?��������� WVWWV 'ift1  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 school 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.  t*mm%mm*m%m>*mmmmm\mm  ______MiUiAM  1  is delivering the supply of light throughout the vilcage from 7 r.bs to 12  midnight.  Creston now has a second bakery, Jim  Naptaai having just opened in  that linp  in     lius     ivnag     ueurKe   iiuici    Dawn,   ufl  Fourth street. At present Mr. Nastasi  is specializing on his own brand of Sunrise bread  D. A. McDonald, who has been working at the F. V. Staples m 11 at Invermere  for the past few months, arrived home  at the end of the week, and expects to  again resume his work as tie inspector  for tVe C.P.R.  Rev. E. R_ McLean, superintendent of  religious education in B.C., who 'reached  al- the  United   Church   services   at  til golUii ifiuai illciI hoi  CHAS. PECK, Manager  t  4  1  4  <  4  _  Phone 20.  >'f ryy *v  '1."yy . ' yif'fiffv������n;'v.'v 'V'">'   V'?'f ' W*" W mj'W'W ' W"*?mW*r"*P'*Pm4  Our isQuality" Brand  R.BA.&.m kSm^W  rib a am  mmmM   ���������Bm\   B^#^E   B _fT_*_____J_  M  Iq fhp lnQf day tf_ nrdar Pino  ��������� ���������_     __. u^uif"  ��������� 'H"  vyauj veal  VJ4 CTQ*. VTIX.  Sunday, was a guest of Rev.  R. E. and  Mrs. Cribb during "his stay here.  Mrs. J. W. Robinson and Mrs. Frank  Bunt returned on Saturday from Cranbrook, where thf-y had been in attendance at  the annual conference of the  This Coffee is a high grade blend of Old Santa's,  Bourbon and Bogotta.- We recommend this  grade for its highly satisfactory and pleasing cup  values. Its aroma and flavor, color and strength,  will compete with any brand on the market at or  near our selling price. This brand may be had  Whole Bean or Steel Cut in owr Electric mill.  We ask  vQtir  imnartial  test at   reduced price of  vrstir  j   impartial  TT_S.���������A  ������_. iU-i tAc-u-  ������_/_i i  _������_".*._.. __������.__._...  ^���������_-.bc-MO.a������������4 y  Societies of Kbotenay-Boundary.  IV    S.li������������ < il������vl    ������M%M  mmj?  Oifr car oad will be oidered earlv next  week, to arrive about the end of March  f*raafnn  UiOOiUii  ORESTGM  UU'UgJGiailKj  Two Stores ERICICSQN  *"r* g**fc*&������ f. ���������*��������� *-ZmmmZ?>t^-l4m1l*?-Smmm*Q!~^^ ;V������  ^m^SmmwBtmmm^iiye-^SmW'm^  TO CLEAR!  eacne  36 inches wide  f dSl9b BOB  L  OH SViFRCAN 8 li E  BB   mB    Q W 9 BBbSW Wm   \S������ ^SSL^r 0    vq IB   TV     H    M HMMI nMMI  _****%, em m  mmmmm JU   BL | %������ ���������     mmm mmmm  OIVBPAlMY,   ltd.  :_!_���������'  ^���������^���������.i^-.^afcY.'^tflS-^Yj^w*-:;.: mmmimi  W. M. Archibald came in by plane on  Tuesday a.temoon irons a business, trip  that took him as far east as Montreal.  Tuesday's flight was from Moosejaw,  Sask., landing here about 3 p.m., with a  landing at Lethbridge, Alta., for fuel.  Rev. F. McNabb officiated at a quiet  home wedding on Wednesday afternoon  last when Miss Lillian, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. John Pendry. was united in  marriage with Mr. Clair Garfield  Gallagher. The bride was supported by  her sister, Miss Fay Pendry, while Ed.  Kopneck was best man. Mr. and Mrs  Gallagher will reside here.  Col. B^ailancLaine was a Cranbrook  visitor on Sunday attending the gfunera.  of the late Carl Gill, a. Consolidated  aviator, who was killed at Camp Borden,  , in Ontario, at the first of the week. He  attended as the representative of the  j district officer commanding M.D. No. 11.  IJ Maj.   Mitchell,    Capt    Minton,   Capt.  J j Harris and Capt. Adams of the Kootenay  Regiment also attended officially.  Between April 1st, 1.929 and March  31st, 1930i business done at the Creston  liquor store totalled $47,775.05, according to the annual report of the Liquor  Control Board. The gross profit is  placed at $14,863, and after allowing  $3,063. the ett profits for the year are  set down at $11,809. Of this profit  Creston village received $2,687. For  that period there were eight cases tried  for violations of the Liquor Act which  resulted in one dismissal, two jail terras  and five fined for a total of $125.  The World's Day of Prayer for  missions, an undenominaticnal gathering  of women's missionary society workers,  waa observed on Friday at. Christ  Church with an attendance of about 40.  The exercises were in charge of Mrs.  York, and assisting were Mrs. Thurston,  Mrs. Lowther and Mrs. Connatty for the  Anglicans; Mrs. Kernaghan, Mrs. J. W.  Robinson ancl Mrs. Bunt from Trinity  United, nnd Mm. Boyd, Mrs, McNabb.  Mrs. Speers, Mrs. Fleetwood, Mrf.  Taylor and Mrs. Sherwood from St,  Stephen's Presbyterian.  The special services which hove been  hold by Supfc. J. E. Barnes at tho FvSi  Gospel Tabernacle havo brought great  blessing to a number oE people and tho  meetings wore well attended. A revival  has started and Is oxpoctcd to con inuo,  which will stir up all Crestoniana and  others who are really desirous of making  preparations for tho future. Tho town  tii.-l valley are going Lo be Messed hy thc  efforts of Miss Rita FlHott, Vancouver's  young lady evangelist, who ita arrivlnK  hero tomorrow to hold spiU5W.i ������van gel-  3nHo services at the tahornaalo. Many  hero will rememuor the good roce&vecl  from this talented young lady's messagea  IriHt March. Sho will ho uaBistod by the  workcrn in chargei Mifin Patsy Rich (mis  and Mint. Iris Willinma.  B    *b\gmW   ^j^"  A WORD  ABOUT OUR  *  DULrlV  Our Tea is imported from India, whieh produces Teas   if  oi  the  highest  grade  and  uniform.  pound will convince you.  "Priced at  quality.  *h **t *r*t i  UlXCtrA  45c. per lb.  Your patronage will prove substantial savings.  A  PEERS  Dry Goods,Grocer ies.    PHONE 3    Furniture, Hardware  i_P^_ra.nd.  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