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 jtL j___ y i-_tt vy  Vol. XXII  CRESTON, B.C.yFRIDAY,   FEBRUARY 63  i93i  No.  46  ������_ *  <���������*.  i, ������  1^9  Gassy on Gity  Miss Muriel Knott was a visitor with  hersister, Mrs. Barnhart, at Glenlilly,  at the weekend.  Mr. and Mrs I_. W. Stephens and  family are this week moving into the  house on the former Geo. Davie ranch,  after occupying the Halstead residence  since October. '  Mrs-. Campbell Blair got back on  Friday from England, where she has  been on a holiday visit for almost sis  months.  A meeting of the school board is called  for Saturday night at 7.30 at which the  question of erecting a teacherage will be  up for discussion.  The February meeting of the Farmers,  Institute will also be held on Saturday  night, immediately after tho close of the  school board session.  The Canyon orchestra, under" the  leadership of Principal Stephens is holding weekly practices, each Tuesday  night, at the schoolhouse, and 'will make  their first appearance on Saturday  evening, 14th, at the Farmers' Institutes  benefit concert  Monday was the day the bear made  his appearance to get a line on the  weat er and we have it from E Nouguier  the greatest living local authority   on  . ... _       _ , _      _j_r_<rv     *_.  ik-a>V       ������V      DC*;    JJX  where a social bridge drive was held.  High score prizes went to Miss O.  Hagen and -J. Hulme, with the eo_i_.oiat-  ion honors taken home by Mrs. R. Price  and A. Rudd.  A meeting of those of the K.K. Klub  interested in the staging of a concsrt; or  play was held on Monday evening. The  majority were in favor of a play, and  Doug. Butterfield was chosen director for  same. Several plays were suggested and  it was left to the director and a named  committee, Miss D. Payette, A. E.  Tcwscn and F. Hagen to select one and  then name the producing cast. The play  will be put on in about six weeks.  The K.K; Klub meeting on Wednesday night last was made interesting with  a debate, Resolved "That married life is  preferable to single life." Mrs. R. Price  and' Doug. Butterfield opened the  argument for married, with Miss X>.  Butterfield and Sam Steenstrup for the  opposition. Excellent arguments were  put up by both sides, but the vote was  in favor of ihe benedicts3 cause.  Kitchener Has  Airplane Crash  .      V -I        '.I.T-    ���������!! ���������  American Aviator, Accompanied  by Family, Forced Down on  Mondap���������Humans Unhurt but  Plane is Badly Damaged.  *^������i&h&n*3S*  Mrs. Cavanaugh and two sons of  Kimberley were weekend visitors here,  guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. JShnson.  r  W. A. Hale of Spokane was a business  visitor here this week.  bears* that bruin was unable to _,_~ -_*  shadow and is   remaining   out-���������an  unfailing sign winter is at an end.  Another local resident who concurs in  Mr. Nfouguier's observation is A. G.  Samuelson who saw a robin almost a  week ago. and who is also convinced  there will be little, if any, more cold  weather.  The United Church Ladies' Aid had  their annual meeting last week, when all  -the 1930 officers were re-elected as follows:   Presidene, Mrs.  McRobb; . vice-  Mrs. W. C ook; treasurer, Miss Emma  Samuelson. Financially 1930 was the  best year, the aid has ha i for some time.  WyBggsgi&g -.  Birth���������On January 29th, tc Mr. and  Mrs. Wm. Popovich. a daughter.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Eakin and son,  George, of Vancouver, arrived last week  to again take up residence on their ranch  at Wynndel.  Mr. and Mrs. Hulme and family are  now occupying the Ashley Cooper ranch.  J. Whittman was a business visitor at  Cranbrook over the   weekend.  The K.K. Klub are having a dance in  the hall this Friday evening, 6th, with  Al. Fredericks' orchestra music.  The February meeting of the Woman's  Auxiliary is at the home of Mrs. Greig  on Wednesday next, 11th, at 2.30 pan*  A very enjoyable evening was. spent  on Saturday in the^ anneSt of the hall,  OBaKQ THEATRE    4#|   am  FH1.-SATY, FEB, IJ-H  HELLO, FOLKS!   We are back  again with a bang with  SOUND EQUIPMENT  ALL READY TO GO  and we are going to open with  THE SMILE-A-MINUTE  TALKIE  love In tlie Roj_gk'  It has Song Hits galore. Pep,  Laughs,  Love���������its a winner, **  with   ROBT.   MONTGOMERY and  DOROTHY  JORDAN.  SPECIAL-ACTS  COLORTONE REVUE  A Gorgeous Masterpiece bring the  boat Songs,"1 Music, Dances and  Talent of theprogenjtatjon stage to  Motion Pictures in Technicolors.  METROTONE  NEWS  ALL-TALKING NEWS REEL  Mr. and Mrs. Clemens of Spokane  were Kitchener visitors this week, making the trip with Mr. Hale.  Geo. Hunt has finished hauling and  decking his season's cut of cedar poles.  Mrs. A. LePage, with her young son  and daughter, are this week guests of her  upcle, Teddy Clauson, at Cranbrook.  Mrs. B. Johnson is on a visit with her  sister at Spokane this week, making the  trip by auto.  YThe annual meeting of, the Leadville  "Mfnffiij"Company. Limited, was held at  the Kitchener Hotel-on Monday evening,  when the usual routine business was  transacted. Messrs. C. F. Hayes, N. P.  Molander, W. A. Hale, Ira Franks, E. J.  West, A. G. Strudwicke were elected to  the directorate.    ���������  Listen*  Birth���������On February 1st, to Mr. and  Mrs. Hans. Lindhorst, a son.  Bert Yerbury was combining business  with pleasuie on a visit of a few days at  Nelson last week.  Mrs. Ed. Smith left on Tuesday, for  Kimberley, where she is spending a few  days with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Phillips.  It is pleasing to hear that Mr. Phillips'  health continues to improve.  Rev. A. Garlick was here from Creston on Sunday morning fdr Anglican  Church-ervice and had a good turnout  of worshippers.  Lister-Huscroft Farmers' Institute  members are meeting on Monday night  to complete the unfinished business of  4.1. _     ������������������_..���������.  ������U_<C     UII11UU1  ">.'_'___.        _-���������*__ _  aaa__uij*i������  in vQn  _������.-,).  Orders will be taken for stumping powder as it is proposed to order the first lot  immediately.  .  Tlje Com unity Society are having a  novelty bridge at the schoolhouse on  Saturday uight, February 7th, with Mrp,  Powers and A. W. Sinclair the committee in charge.  Quito a number from Creston. and  some other points were here on Tuesday  night for the February meeting of  Creston Valley Poat of the Canadian  Legion, held in tho schoolhouse.  The January roport of Lister schoo  shows that nn nvornffn nttifndnnor. of 93  per cent, was maintained for the; month.  Thoso taking highest standings were:  Grade 7���������Douglas McICeo' Erwin  M^yor. Grade G~Clora Domlco, Frank  Yerbury. Grade fi���������Douglas Sinclair,  Clara Moyor. Grado 4���������Erika- Meyer,  Cyril Bird. Grado 8���������Margaret' Sinclair, .Tohnnnn. Drtur. Grado S���������-Alice  Wellspring, Margaret Dent. Grade la���������  Elsie Ramm, Daniel Domlco. Grado lb  ���������Antonia Roimor Herbert' Stiob. '  Perfect attendance��������� Millie Board,  Cyril Bird, Mary Daus, Margaret Dent,  Clarn Domko, Martha Domko, Helen  Gustafson, Clnra Moyor, Erilra Meyer,  Raymond MoKoc, Manning Powers,  Mia.ga.t't Siiurjali, JUlt-i*? Rnrrun, Alice  WollRpring, RoHcmaty Wolfrum.  For the second tiirie in ess than a year  Kitchener has been the scene of a forced  airplane landing. Monday afternoon  about tw: o'clock a plane was noticed to  be in trouble.. Coming over Kitchener  mountain it circled east and in landing  on the Paulson meadows at the M7  ranch, which is covered with about two  feet of snow, the plane, a Stinson cabin  monoplane, broke the under carriage and  turned turtle.  Harry Redmile, manager of the ranch,  was close by loading hay, and 5mmFd_-  ately went to gi :-e assistance. He found  George R. HuCchinson, Mrs. Hutchinson  and their two young daughters, Kathryn  Blanche, 8, and Janet Lee, 5, all badly  bruised and shaken up, but otherwise  undamaged. There was also a three  months' old lion pup answering to the  name Df Governor.and although his cage  was smashed completely the iion cub got  off without a scratch. Later Redmile  motored the party to the Kitchener-  hotel, where they were well looked after,  and were later visited by Dr. Olivier of  Creston,  Mr. Hutchinson started on Monday  morning from Helena, Montana, for  Seattle, Wash., but running into a dense  fog seems to rave, lost his bearings and  was fortunate to get out of the mist and  into clearer going as his engine was missing through shortage of gas(  He is the bearer &f a Prosperity Message from President _, Hoover to the g v-  visited 28, covering: 7^.00 miles in- the  last three.: weeks The* plane will be  shipped by rail to Spokane, and after the  needed repairs are effected������Mr. Hutchinson and family will continue'1 their trip to  the remaining States. '.  Never a week passes "without planes  passing over Kitchener and this crashs  coming- so soon after the last, surely  points out the urgeint need of an emergency field as although ho lives have been  lost in either of these, other mishaps may  not end sp fortunately, A site was  surveyed here last summer by the  Canadian Royal Engineers in conjunction with the air-mail authorities and W.  L. Hathaway has generously offered to  give the land necessary for a landing  field sq that the cost would be only for  preparing which, if undertaken right  now. would greatly help the unemployed  in this locality.  Local and Personal  O. N. Jacobson of Cranbrook was a  business visitor here at the first of the  week. He is promiently identified with  thc syndicate that  propones building a  Valentine Tea  and  Sale of Cooking  Under the auspices of, Erickson  Ladies-' Guild oi Chriat Church at  MRS. PUTNAM'S  Erichspn     j |  i_  mmWmVi^  3.00 to &.$&ypMi*  AFTERNOON ^TEA  HOME cSpj^  new hotel at Creston, a definite  announcement coneerninjj which is looked for next week.  Announcement is made this week that  the opening presentation of the "talkies"  at Jibe Grand will take" pl.aee'on Friday next, February 13th and 14th,  when "Love in "the Rough" will be  presented, along" with a two reel  Metrotone News.  Page MePhee, pilot "of the W. M.  Archibald plane, was called to Kitchener  on Monday afternoon, ta assist with the  salvagi ������ of the U.S. plane belonging to  Capt. Hutchinson, which was wrecked in  a forced landing on the Paulson  meadows that afternoon.  The big dance of the month is  scheduled for Friday evening next at  Canyon City in the community hail,  with novelty features, and the music  by A. Fredericks' orchestra. It 13 under  Legion auspices and the admission is  $1.50 per couple, supper included..  Up till the end of January 172 auto  licenses have been issUet. at the office of  Creston provincial police, accounting for  a cash intake of almost $3490. This  accounts for an increased payment in  this respect as compared! with January  1930, of $1109. At the first of February  last year only 119 auto licenses had been  issued.  J H. Webster has moved from the  Fleetwood residence a_ the corner of  Victoria Avenue and Hillside Road into  the new house in Albert street at the  north end, recently erected by Algot  Anderson. Mrs. J. E. Johnston, who  recently arrived from Pineher Creek,  Alberta, will take the house vacated by  the Websters.  This week we are denied the privilege  of featuring the "Off again, on again,  gone again" feature of the past few  issues as to curling for the reason .the  weather has been altogether too mild.  In-fact���������_& will take rthtee������or four nights  of zero weather to get the ice in shape  to resume play. Asyet not a single one  of the five cup competitions have been  completed.  The veneer mill at the C. O, Rodgers  box factory commenced operations last  week and is employing a number of  extra hands, including four girls who are  assembling the sheets of veneer that wiil  be used in the making of strawberry and  raspberry hallocks as well as tin tops for  the 1931 crop. In 1930 the Rodgers  plant turned out over 950,000 pint  strawberry and raspberry cups, as well  as a very large quantity of the 5 and c-  pound tintops.  Christ Church Junior Auxiliary had  quite a good turnout at their masquerade  dance in the Parish Hall on Friday night  although the number ��������� in cos turn f was  rather -mail and the attendance of men  was lighter than usual. The prize for  the best dressed lady went to Mrs. Dune.  Weston aB Gipsy. Second prize was  awarded Mass Lillian Trevelyan, Dutch  Girl. Tho prize for the balloon dance  was won by Misses Betty Kemp und  Leah Cannady, and thc spotlight waltz  honors went to Miss Marie Walsh and  Roy Leask (Cranbrook(. A, splendid  supper was served and the affair was  much enjoyed by all.  EHckmrnon  AHce &IMas&  Harry Compton. who is assistant  C.P.R. agent at McGHlivray, arrived on  Sunday on a visit with his parents, ~Mr.  and Mrs. Jas. Compton.  Fred Baker of Yahk is a visitor this  week with Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly.  ��������� Miss Marion Collis is spending a few  weeks on a visit with friends in  Pentieton.  Miss Athena Schade, who is employed  at Coeur d'Alejne, Idaho, arrived at the  end cf the week on a short visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Schade.  The attendance at the Sunday school  continues to increas- and a third teacher  wiii.be needed next Sunday if the turnout is on a par with last Sabbath.  Mr. and Mr.. McDonald of Kensley,  Alberta, have arrived on a visit with the  latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John  Kelly.  The Whist Club had the best turnout  of the season at last Friday night's  gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  W. A. Pease. Ten tables were in play  and the high score prizes were made by  Miss Elsa Willis and Ron. Smith.  Mrs. Pope and Mrs. Marshall continue  to make satisfactory progress following  the painful mishaps they sustained about  EVERYBODY WELCOME  Miss Margaret Speaker arrived from  Cranbrook on Wednesday lost, on a  short visit with her mother, Mrs. Fred  Speaker.  Mrs. McMaster, who has spent the  past month on o visit with her daughter,  Mrs. Hetherington, nt Snaqunlmio Falls,  Wash., arrived homo on Friday.  Rev. A. Garlick was here for Church  ox liingiand service ot the sehoolhouse on  Sunday afternoon, nnd was favored with  nn unusually largo congregation.  Erickson Christ Church Guild hold  their February mooting on. Tuesday at  tho homo of Mrs. John Hall,  Miss Merlo McMastor, who has been  viI.iLin-it!: iter aunt in i'ahJ., lor some  weeks, haa returned homo.  A number of mon Prom this section left  nt tho middlo of tho wcok to work on  government operation.) near Kuskanook.  Tho mild weather of tho past weak has  started moat of tho orchard owners nt  thotr pruning,  EriclcHon Christ Church Quttd aro  having u St. Valentino tea and .������tlo of  <a w/irtij  Mr. and Mrs. Gillie arrived home from  a six weeks' visit with the former's  mother, in Montreal. They have taken  up residence in the J. Cameron house.  Miss Aileen Heap returned to Nelson  on Saturday after a week's visit with  her parents.  MrYLeveque was a weekend visitor at  Nelson. -:'.'.. r:...r"^'"  Mr. and Mrs Ellwood" Schultz of  Spokane were visitors with Mr. and Mrs.  Heap last week.  Miss Annie Pascuzzo was visiting at  her home for the weekend from Yahk  Mrs. Jim Pascuzzo arrived home on  Tuesday from Trail, where she has been  visiting her parents, Mr.' and Mrs.  Cooper.  Miss Rosie Pascuzzo and Mr. McDonald were Sunday visitors at Yahk.  Mrs. Parento and Miss Mary Parento  arrived home Monday from a two weeks'  visit with relatives at Wayne, Alberta,  and Kimberley. .  Miss Gwen Wilson is on a visit with  her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and  Mrs. Harlow, at Nelson.  Sid McCabe waa a visitor from Cranbrook for the weekend atr his home in  Sirdar.  cooking and sewing at tho homo of Mrs.  Putnam on Wednesday afternoon, February 11th.  iff np  A^____-*V-/_L_������  in  Community Hall  WYNNDEL  on  F  nlufli, rt  jTZ.m*   .*. j* ^tAWi iii%*Jim,*y  Orchestra  Come clown and get  acquainted with our  new hall.  Gents, $1.00     Ladles, 50c  Supper included.  mHBPH-  WtiwW ams liEviEw, obeston. b. a  IB1AA  tmm w������@ ������������asisu&@���������l  in  vnati   lit  Export Of Totom roles  Investigation Is Ordered In. Respect  -      To Carload Shipment  Acting- on representaticwt-S from  Premier S. F. Tolmie, of British Columbia,' the Dominion Government  ordered an. Investigation Into the removal of a carload of totem poles  shipped from Frincs Hupert for a  United States museum.  Yhe car will not be allowed out  of Canada pending the enquiry. The  premier, on being: Informed of this  shipment, telegraphed Immediately to  Prime Minister R. B. Bennett, protesting- on the ground that the fast-  dying art of the totem, should be  preserved as far as possible. Mr.  Bennett* telegraphed Dr. Tolmie recently, assuring him that the whole  matter would be the subject of  thorough investigation.  CHAPPED MS  Chllblailiisi. Frost Bite'  QuicMy Hea!������d_by Z-.m-touh.  .O.r/rrme/j/'Sai-,-~WeJ?������fr^&?JA'2&<  JlcfsJikc&k  Taking tlie Census  MIDDLE AGE  ffpM  One of the important pieces of work to be undertaken by the Federal  Government this year is the census enumeration of the people of Canada,  and the con-piling of a vast amount of other information dealing with the  status of cur citizenship, and indicating' the development of the Dominion  CT.tf.'t.f*.       4-1...      ������*.������-.4.      4-2%..     -....A-^..  ntuuu   bJ_.C   ������K_H>V   \.Cxt  jl <=**-_*..  "Pie taking of the census is a big job, and an exceedingly important one.  it requires elaborate and complete organization, careful publicity to acquaint  people wi_3_ ssiisi is expected of them when the enumerators call, and a  small army of men to gather the information required, and another large  gro5sp- of esperts to assemble and classify ihe imonnstUji- when It is rscsivcd  ay ������__e .Department at Ottawa.  It is Quite possible that some people look upon the taking of the census  as a matter off comparatively small importance, and that, at this time  especially, the large expenditure of money, involved could be put to much  better use. Such a view, however, is not only very superficial hut quite  erroneous. Taking the census is important in any country, but in no other  country does it have quite so pronounced an effect as in Canada, and more  especially in Western Canada.  In the first place, the representative of each Province of the Dominion  In the House of Commons at Ottawa is based upon the census figures. The  constitution of Canada stipulates  that  the  basis  of  representation in the  A Critical Time For All Women  "I am beginning to feel my age"  is the confession many a woman has  to nialce when she reaches the critical time of middle life. There !s no  need, however,, to think you are too  old to be well and happy.  Perhaps you have -lost your grip  oa things; perhaps the old vigor and  energy is lacking; you get tired easily, and your limbs ache terribly.  Often your gsicic seeaii- r ������5.<iy to  break and the pain is unbearable.  Your blood is at fault���������it has become thin and impure and does not  give the health-giving nourishment  to the body. What you need is a  treatment of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. They will set you right. They  actually make rich, red, health-giving blood and this good blood will  drive out all your aches and pains.  _Dr. ��������� Williams' Pink Pills wiii banish  headaches, backaches, nervousness  and   lack   of   appetite,   and   in   their  Homestead Regulations  Changes  Made  On  Recommendation  Of Biinister Of the Interior  ..": ������._egu_ab*ci_5 governing- ui6 conversion of patented pre-emptions or purchased homesteads into soldier grants  have been   altered . in   an   order-in-  council noted in the Canada Gazette.  Changes have been made on recommendation   of . Hon.   T.   G-  .Murphy, j  Minister of InteHgi^^^b/'So^k^^&i/.  several applicants are debarred from J  making    such    conversion    on    the '  ground that they had already obtain-'  ed  patent for  their pre-emption  or  purchased homestead.  The new provisions are as follows:  "1. Where patent for a pre-emption or purchased homestead has  been issued, or where such patent  has not yet been issued, if the holder  of the pre-emption or purchased  homestead is permitted to convert  the same into a soldier "entry grant,  aii st_ms . paid on account of principal or Interest in connection with  the said pre-emption or purchased  homestead may, upon application,  be   refunded   to   the   holder   of   the  land,   or   to   the   soldier   settlement! ...        -    .    .       .. ._  board   in   cases   where   an advancel Um>Ugti   tralnS  thr������Ugh  haa been made under th������ provisions  of the Soldier Settlement Act.  "2.    The foregoing regulation shall!  be  deemed  to be  retroactive in  its  application."  L  fm***\mml*^4*%f ' ��������� _f ���������m'.m*r'1*0.f"'4  on Coughs & Colds  A speedy* safe, proven remedy  for children and adult**;  _7A  MIXTURE  Acts LJhea Flash- A Smae SiePewEstt  Means Thousands To Montreal  _,��������� ,_,���������,_ a... a- _  _.   ___._.__     _��������� .u   ' Place will come new energy and hap  House  of Commons shall  be one member  for each  one-sixty-fifth  of the i pinegs. You can get these Pills at all  population of Queiiec.    That is,  Quebec  shall  u^ _.&*������  . _ _   v...   a.__*_  __*-a������������s.o_aaa4-__r?     _vtr  st __tv���������five  members regardless of its population. Dividing the total population of  Quebec by sixty-five gives the number of people represented by each  member, and that same number of people In each of the other Provinces become entitled to a member. In other words, an absolutely fair basis of representation is thus arrived at.  Money grants to the Provinces from the Dominion treasury are also  based upon population, but in the case of the Western Provinces a larger  number of grants rest on this basis than is true of other Provinces. For  example, grants to these Provinces in lieu of lands increase as population  increases until the maximum, is reached. Consequently it is important that  an absolutely accurate census of our people be recorded, and especially so in  the case of the West which is the most rapidly growing section of the  Dominion. Increased western representation at Ottawa "will likely have a  profound effect upon national policies, while larger money grants will enable  our provincial governments to meet the growing needs of these western  communities.  The census is likewise a national stock-taking. It will reveal the extent  of our growth and development as Provinces and as a Dominion within the  past ten years. It wiil reveal to us evidences of national strength, and disclose where weaknesses exist. For all these reasons it is important that  ���������every citizen fully co-operates with the enumerators and officials in making  the census this year complete and accurate in every respect.  The census of 1931 will be the seventh decennial census of Canada since  Confederation. It will be of interest to recall what the previous six "counting of noses" disclosed in the matter of Canada's population. Following  Confederation in 1867. the first census was taken in 1871 and revealed a  population of 3,485,761. By 1881 the population has grown to 4,342,810; in  1891 to 4,833,239; in 1901 to 5,371,315; in 1911 to 7,206,643, and in 1921 to  .8,788.483.  It will be noted that whereas between 1881 and 1891, and between 1891  and 1901, the population increased by only half a million in each ten year  period, the Increase between 1S01 and 1911 was nearly two million, and between 1911 and 1921 a million and a half. That is, whereas Canada's population only increased by one million in the last 20 years of the nineteenth  century, it increased by throe and one-half million ih the first 20 years of  the twentieth century.  The settlement of these Western Provinces accounted for much of this  larger increase. In later years, however, there has not been the same  phenomenal now of immigration inL_> the West, while on the-other hand, the  great productive and purchasing power of thc West has contributed enormously to the industrial growth and prosperity of Eastern Canada. As a  result, this year's census may not disclose tho same ratio of increase In the  West as compared with the EaHt.  In view, however, of the important bearing which the census has upon  both the economic life and the public administration of affairs of Canada It  ls, let it be repeated, of the utmost importance that nil citizens co-oporato  thoroughly with tho army of officials entrusted with taking this year's census in order that it may be a most efficient and reliable statistical record of  the Dominion.  medicine dealers or by mail at 50  cents a box from The Dr. Williams*  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Evolution Of the Windmill  lieat L-iiiitireu Are Happy  BLittle Ones Art Belleville School Bo  Not F'eel Handicap  "No finer demonstration of the rapid advance which has been made in  %& care and treatment of deaf children can be found than at the Ontario  School for the Deaf at Belleville,"  says the Ottawa Journal. "No sign  of sadness, no sense of handicap or  futility is to be found amongst these  children, and despite the fact that  90 per cent, of them cannot hear a  single word, they carry on animated  conversations, play games, sing and  dance, just the same as other little  ones who have no such handicap."  New Use For Windmill Is In Connection With Airplanes  Windmills, like many other things  and peopljt, have moved with thjs  times. In their new guise, they may  possibly not be so picturesque as  their forerunners, but-they are playing an important part in the industrial life.  Modern windmills pump /water,  also supply electric light for lighthouses:  The most up-to-date use for the  windmill is an connection with airplanes. The auto-giro, or windmill  'plane, is now so far advanced that  Thomas Edison, the world-famous inventor, has expressed his firm belief  that this invention will revolutionize  world flying.  "Did you cancel all my engagements as I told you, Smithers?"  "Yes, sir, but Lady Millicent didn't  take it very well. She said you were  to marry her next Monday!.'^-'    ~  City Is Beginning  and   End   Of   AU  Trans-Canada Trains  There .are  no through    trains    In  Montreal.      Every train either ends  or begins here. Even New York has  Hell Gate  Bridge, an&_. Montreal for an inland  city stands alone with Chicago in  this regard. Inasmuch as you can  get from, east to west in the States  without going through the Windy  City gateway, while it cannot he  done in Canada, without passing  through Montreal, that phase of  j-xoatreaTa railway position is unique. It is worth thousands of dollars:  to Montreal every year.    Y  Montreal is the head office for  the two greatest railway companies in the world.  You can go farther oh one sleeper  out of Montreal than from any other  city except Vancouver, which of  course shares Montreal's position.  One can travel 2,944= miles by C.N.R.  and 2,885 miles by C.P.R. without'  changing cars or trains.  By changing at Montreal, without  leaving the station one can therefore  take a journey of 3,971 miles in Canada. No wonder they speak of Canada  as a land of magnificent distances!  Firewood for cooking is still used  in more than half the farm homes  of New Hampshire,    judging    from  a 1-ecent survey.      ���������    ...   -    - ;  Price 5 Ste a be*  Felt Tired Out All Day  Could   Not Sleep   at  Night  Mrs. Aldamdnd Lalonde, 2481 St. James St-  Montreal, Que., writes:���������"After a spell of the  grippe I was left very nervous, and felt drowsy  and tired out all day, and .could not sleep atr  night. I was also troubled with my heart"and  did not feel at ail like working. I was toEd  about Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills and  after taking four boxes I was completely relieved of my trouble, and can recommend your  Pills to everyone."  Sold at all drug- and general stores, or  mailed direct on receipt of price by The T.  Milburn Co., Ltd., Toronto, Ont.  Miller's Worm Powders will eradi  cate the worm evil that bears so  heavily on children and is believed  to cause many fatalities. They are  an acceptable medicine to children  and can be fully relied, upon to clear  the food channels thoroughly of these  destructive parasites and restore the  inflamed and painful surfaces to  healthfulness. They are an excellent  remedy for these  evils.-  i". -���������";']..' ���������'��������� Y. ���������  .Light Fiction .  Novel tending can become a habit  as harmful as tea-drinking and indulged in with as much menial benefit. It Is too easy to be of value. No  reading is of any. cultural value unless it demands something' from us.  A book lias to bo at least a little dim-  cult to be worth reading at all, ���������  Everyman (London), .England.  Canadian Construction Figures  Construction In Canada During Year  1930 WiM Well Above Avornge  The value of nil construction contracts awarded during 1030 as compiled by MacLean Building Reports,  ��������� ji   ,'.     ' Y'',;      ' " i   '���������'"'' ' ���������.   ...,.\.,  f    ���������     m, ;.._���������    '   "        i1 '-.     Y ���������   '  |yy;^  ^f ���������i!.,1...._t..������n*Pi i,.,;^* ^mmj'',\':tm\<<H,t*p^j^imm*%. *m**t fA^T.j^        i .';'���������! .,..'n^r...���������  (sorri IxlmG.6i.  W.    JW.    U,    1875  Limited, amounted ho $456,999,600 as  compared with $576,651,800 in 1029;  nnd wlille- tills Is a decroaso of 20.7  per cent., It ls to bo noted that the  year 1929 was tho most active year  for building that Canada haa ovor  had, being 22,1 por cont. ahead of  1928. The totals f.or 1980 by provinces  wore; Ontario, .$175,459,000; Quebec,  $154,072,000; BrltiBh Columbia, $32.-  987,000; Snt.kul.chowan, $27,361,000;  Alberta, $2K,0R1,000; Mirinltoba, $22,-  010,000; Now Brunswick, $11,1)67,000;  Nova Scotia, $7,238,000 and Prince  Kdwavd Island, $1,1,20,000.  Heal your horse -while it works.  Apply Douglas' Egyptian Linlinent  to sore necks and galls. A pure,  speedy treatment.  First Rogue! "How did you manage to cheat your couuin out of his  Inheritance?"  Second Rogue: "I just set to  work with a will."     "  American Investments abroad now  total more than $7,000,000,000.  Cuba now ban nearly 2,000 mllofi of  COUGHS  Tatca half ������ tannpannful <o_<  Mlliortl'* In tnnf������������������������������������. Hour  Mliiard'������, .n_int������ it: Alio rub,  Jt wall Into,your cIidm.  You'll f������������| relief !  _.-._. by covering all pcrishable  goods with Para-Sani Heavy  Waxed Paper. Para-Sani  moisture-proof texture will.keep  them fresh until you are ready  to use them. '  You' U find the Para-Sani .spnltary  k^i^-cdg^cl," carton:; b0&i'.."'' Gjfr:  Use,. i,Gcijtrc IPuU" Paclcs in sheet  fornfi for leas exaotl ng uses.  At  grocers, druggists, stationers.  SSSSSw:  ���������Ill  ������%W:.:.:;.  I.:'���������_..ft:.:. L.-  .............  Pii^...!^!  .���������iVi.a'.'-'.'l  lk_>:,<x.i*ir.!  IVeaiem Representatives:  huwte^-martin; & co.f iub&ina, sasec, tunc   m&vTRw.  orks^pok.  b.  o.  Ch  ������_r__ inn|>no,;r#_������_  nrAi-tiH  :__'������_Y..__a������S_.Ij?  *!������__-__*__  B^SSIaJH  .ca Bi%-.L  . London, England.���������r-h a packed and  excited -House of Commons the government got through the. second reading of the Trades DisputesBill by a  majority of 27.     f ".._.'.  - The: government majority was  larger even than had been expected..  Only seven other Liberals voted with  Sir John S'mon in opposition to the  hill and with the Conservative opposition. One Liberal supported the bill  l������y his vote; the rest������abstained from  recording their opinion.  As'--soon as the result of this vote  was announced. Rt. ��������� Hon. Stanley  Baldwin, Conservative chief, moved  that the bill be referred to a committee of the whole House.   .    .  Again the House divided. This  time, however, .the majority of the  Liberals voted with the government,  and the MacDonald majority rose to  62. The net result is���������in the parlance  of Westminster���������that the bill wfcll go.  **upstairs" for - committee considerar  tion clause by clause. The commit-  .tee. stage will be passed in a standing committee instead of the com-  "' mittee of the whole where the possibility of a government defeat on a  maMar r������f ^o+oii j������ niwgyB present4  The final day's debate on the bill  . cpened in breezy style with Rt. Hon.  Winston Churchill oh his feet. It  ambled along with the contributions  of back-benchers during the dinner  period and ended snappily with Rt.  Hon. J. H. Thomas, the secretary of  state for the Dominions.  Mr. Ghurcbil! described the trades  anions . as    pampered    pets   heaped  . with   privileges   under the new bill.  The Laborites  continually interrupted Mr. Churchill with ironical cheers.  "Why," Mr. Churchill asked, in  reference to levies, "why should a  gaferiotie Conservative trades- unionist have to subscribe to the political  PROMINl^Wtr    CAN AM AN"  \-   : :Y-"BANKER  a  Rt. Hon. Mackenzie YKing issues a  - Statement..'.-., -..'...- ���������".'  Ottawa, Ont.���������With the declaration that in some parts of Canada today the distress is greater than it  has ever been", Rt. Hon. Mackenzie  King, leader of the Opposition, has  issued a statement calling. upon the  prime minister to shed . some light  oh'when parliament wiil meet. Notwithstanding that-the government has  had a free hand with Its policies and  expenditures, "conditions In Canada  today are much worse than they  were at the time of the calling of  the special session in September last,"  asserts Mr. King.  "There is, at present, mucn more  need for the regular annual session  of parliament to consider the conditions of the country's affairs" than  there was for any special session in  September," added the Opposition  leader.  Mr. :��������� King . remarks that "the pretext that.the reassembling of parliament should wait, over until-the arrival in Canada o_L the new Governor-General cannot be taken seri-;  ouisly." He comments on the fact  that Premier R. B. Bennett is ������������������ go'ng  to Washington, and expresses the  hope that "before the prime minister embarks upon further, missions  which take- him away from Canada  he v/ill.at least let the country know  widen it may expsct the reassembling  I*        -_  uaim toBimanuer was umw.  Sir John Aird, president of Canadian Bank of Commerce, which held  a general meeting of executives In  magnificent hew building at Toronto,  the highest in the British Empire,  which will now be. open to public  prior to official opening ceremony.  Passengers Ordered Deported  Britishers   On    C.P.R.    Ship   Barred  From Landing In Canada  Vancouver, B.C.���������-Two passengers  o__! .the liner ''Empress:- of Russia,"  wh'ch. arrived-here from the  Orient,  Crew,   Of   Canadian   Vessel   Testify  Against United States' Officer  New York.-��������� Seamen . from the  Nova Scotia -power", boat "Josephine  K." appeared before the coastguard  board of Inquiry'.'yto -testify that  Boatswain Karl Schmidt of the  "CGrl45^;was. drunk when" he boarded the Canadian vessel after its capture :_iear Ambrose Light. Schmidt,  who had admitted he fired the shots,  one of which    fatally "injured    the  MC-������t'a riiaiHtt;r,  vViiiiuxii duett, Lunen-  berg, N.S., was in court and heard  witnesses swear that after the capture he continued drinking in the  forecastle  of the rum-runner.  Louis Sellg, who described himself  as   ah ' able   seamen "from   Halifax.  I N.S., .gave   the' ��������� raatn  testimony  for  members  of the  crew.     Schmidt,  he  said; seemed "good and drunk", when  he saw him shortly after the "Josephine  K."  was boarded.   -The  boatswain had  pointed  a gun   at Allan  Falkenham", Lunenburg;    and    maintained;   he   would  have to shoot because Falkenham's name did not ap-  i*  pear on the ship's crew list; Schmidt,  ^  he said, staggered, his  face  was red  and his.eyes  "glaring."       The  commander of the "CG-145" stayed in the  forecastle   several  hours,   and   while  there consunjed six bottles of ale and  two   drinks  of   rye  whiskey,   during  which time all members of the "Jose-  lESi _5!iir_������i_m_3  OF GRAIN FROM  PADT rUIID-TOIBI  VIM ^IlUMslllLL  ���������*-*������_,jj <vc_-t_l  '< ph.ne K'_." - crew had an"opportunity  fund  of .the cosmopolitan  Socialist?   many would reduce their grain acre-  Why should a Catholic have to sub-   age to.any extent.  scribe   to   a   fund,   perhaps,    of  an       Nicholas A.    Hryhorczuk,    Liberal  Agnostic or an Atheist?    Y J member for Ethelbert, .seconded  the  itcregge  Says  Manitoba Farmers "Will   Trust  To a Turn In the Wheel Of  Fortune  . Winnipeg, Man.���������Manitoba farmers  will "trust to a turn-in the wheel of  I. B. Griffiths, member for Russell,  fortune" next spring at seeding time,  declared in the legislature as he  moved" adoption  of the Speech from  the Throne, delivered hy the Lieuten- | whic3l barg ^ fcut 3ract<cal~ farmer's  ant-Governor, Hon. J. D. MacGregor.   ^^ wives of bona.-2-de Canadian resl-  ___>*������_v*vr**%w*tr*       ������r������-r*_-v������-%       tinni_vfain TV_"'������W        ^"2.1*1 "f-��������� _!     _. __   ��������� "^     ,   __ /  *'������"u"������   "^*~   ������������������ --___,    _ _--i  ' cents from entering the country.  ftths   asserted,   and   he   doubted    if  have been, ordered deported by an  immigration board of . inquiry. Appeals have'. been lodged in Ottawa  against the rulings.  Captain Little was just discharged  from the Indian army and was on  his way to join relatives in Toronto.  Mercer, from Shanghai, an engineer  of the steamer "Hedv/inr" which was  wrecked a f c */ .months ago off China,  said he intended to settle in Canada.  The deportations were ordered  the     government     res'ulatiots  "\ to witness Ms-condition.  Seaman Allan Falkenhant _said he  thought Schmidt drunk; -that he  waved a gun and: told him he would  shoot him if he didn't belong to the  ship. Harry Jewell, said: "He was  .falling all over - himself, and rolling  around."  i ������������v__._a-r.  These words -brought - a - Labor  ���������"storm. ���������''���������   ���������-     -.---������������������������������������  "Filthy argument," one Laborite  shouted. . .  Mr. Churchill-spoke of the Liberal  decision not to vote as ah outrage  of the first order. _  "What," Mr, Churchill asked, ,fhas  become of the -liberal traditions  Here a Laborite interrupted, pointing at Mr. Churchill, said: "He's not  a tradition; he's an extradition," and  a roar of laughter went up from- the  House.  The Liberals had compromised on  ;the  bill,  Mr> Churchill  added,   they  might not dislike   it   much    in    the  House of Commons,   but   they were  going   to   hate   it   like   poison  "up-  iatalrs."     Mr. Churchill   finished   by  Vjcqmparing  Prime  Minister MacDon-  "hid with  the   "boneless   wonder"  of  a circus.  speechradoption-iraotion, and debate  was adjourned by Lieut.-CoI. F. G.  Taylor,. Conservative leader.  Mr. Griffiths believed farmers who  accepted the statement of Conservatives in the last Dominion: election  that Canada's" economic depression  was due to the Mackenzie King government, had learned the fallacy of  those assertions. _ Fa,rm " product  prices had crashed since election day,  he said, and unemployment had increased.  With reference to the Conservative  demands for an election, Mr. Hryhorczuk doubted if the people - of  Manitoba were prepared to change  their government. But they did want  oo-operation of all parties, he insisted.  Heads Canadian Flying Club  Manager   Of   Royal - Bank   At   Fort  William Sleeted President  Montreal, Que.���������H.    R.    Richards,  __.__. _ ___    _.p    4-V.m.    'D^-a.r.l    0.m1.     r\0~  _"*a������_������*_-  Aj>j_    a^j-c:    a. kt_.^ __*    ���������-aa_a__v    _ a.    ^^������Ai-a���������  Manitoba Seed Fair  JUL_o.__a.gtc_  ada in Fort William, Ont., was elected president of the Canadian Flying  Club Association at the close of the  annual convention here." He succeeds  J,. A. Sully, of Winnipeg. Other  Will" Be Held In Conjunction With! officers -wer^ -elected as foliows:  Winter .-Tetlr Oh-March 16 " j Vice-president for the Maritime; pro-  Brandon,   Man.���������Judging; by earlyTvincesr,R. J..R. Nelson, manager of  inquiries, the provinciai seed fair to; the Halifax Shipyards, Halifax, N.S.;  be held in conjunction with the Manitoba Winter Fair,  March  16  to  20,  vice-president    representing   Ontario  and Quebec, A. Sidney Dawes, Mon-:  will be larger than ever. Now in its J. treal; vice-president, representing the  seventh year, the seed fair has grown  by leaps and bounds sand it cramped  western provinces,  James    A.    Bell,  president of the    Edmonton    Flying  the generous show space in the Arena i Club,' Edmonton, Alta.; treasurer, H.  building last year. .As the fair is an  opportunity for growers of surplus  grain, grass or clover seeds to get in  touch with prospective purchasers, the  exhibition is expected to have more  than its usual interest in March.  P'. Crabb, Winnipeg, president of the  Winnipeg Flying Club.  All  meetings    of    the   association  were  held  In  camera and no  public  announcements   were   made   at  the  ! close, beyond the list of officers.  Mining Men To Meet  ��������� Delegatus From All Parts Of Can..da.  and U.S. To Attend  :   Ottawa,  Ont.���������Delegates  from  all  jpa~a,3   Oj.   v_>&naCaca> uuu,r_3ij.TlG . j. VOail   t-illlL-  ed States ayfe; expected to attend the  annual _nBctIng��������� of the Canadian Inr  [Btitutc of Mining    and    Metallurgy  jfrom March 4 to.6. Papers on the lat-  :est developments in Canada's mining  ���������Industry will be delivered >nd many  , Hoclal lux.ctloti!- have been arranged.  | - G. G. Duncan will present a paper  ...on oxploraUon., w,ork Iri    the   no^th-  . iw'ost territories, particularly around  ���������the Coppermine River; J. P, Nome  ;Will refer to developments around  .Great E&oar Lake n_ncl.Tohn Drybrough  ���������will speak on, tho' nlckolifcrous oros  . r������.f tho west'coast of Hudson Rny.  j, ���������      .���������   _,,. ^���������-__���������;���������_.������������������p.- ��������� ,.  i '        Itusrtl.ui Trade Dolc.gi_tLoi.ft  ��������� j London, England.���������Rt. Hon, Arthur  ^'i Henderson, secretary of foreign af-  - -"falrsi ijrifoTTnod. a quqstloner In House  lot Commons that ho was not aware  :;of any negotiations looking to tho oa-  :r": tablishment ot Ruoslnn' trade dole^n-  ; itions In any of tbo Dominirvw.,  Precedence Given lo  High Commissioners  E-lQg  On  Win-iing: Aiberta Communities in  C*N*R* Progress Contests  Gives Order As  To Raink  Ceremonial Occiaslons        ��������� .  London, England.���������Office of the  secretary of state for the' Dominkms  announces that Ills Majesty has directed that the high commissioners  of the Dominions in London and also  the high commissioner for India will  rank Immediately after the British  secretaries of state on all ceremonial  occasions, other than those when ministers of the crown aro present.i;ro_a<  the Dominions.  This announcement:., implement^  the decision reached at tho Imperial  Conference regarding the precedence  to bo accorded to the high. -ommia.  sion ers.  ;���������-.. ,...' ,.(  Position of tlie Dominion's representative, in relation to a minister o*  Uje crowti. yiulting - Ui^. ,,HJuited..- KJxtg-,  dom fropt^ the Dominion remain unaltered, .(the minister ;b-_������|K'.'tgivexi precedence . immodidtely before the .hl'tjja  cominisaloner concerned.''.,  ^8^^***'       s/.^r!___y'  / r-:*^K������ .. . ,    <.' Y-4,!__5____  >     ������. -r,  'M  A now law makes compulsory tho  : cBtabllshmont of a public library In  [every municipality ot C������eeho-Slo-  lyaklft.  t   *mm w**<mm������***<** tmmmtmmwmtmtuMmmmmammmmmmmm^  Incroiuio In Govt. Kmiiloyoos  l.eglna, Sask.���������-An 1 ner case of SB1  iu tlie h.--i.t-������_r of employ*^., in Ui-o  various departments of the govepn-  mont over tho number employed na at  Sept. O, 1020, ia shown In ft return  to tho order, of the nnsombly. Thin  return includes tho employees of the  liquor board, tho tnryw loans board  nnd tho powor commission*.  Ottawa, Ont.���������-Test Y-novement ot  two or possibly three cargoes .of  grain, about 750,000 bushels,"will be  Shipped through the port Of,Churchill  the middle of next September, according to present plans. A confer- .  ence held here -with representatives  of shipping Interests indicated that  there will he no difficulty, getting private steamship companies to undertake the movement A statement issued on the conference by the Department of Railways and Canals, fol- :  lows:  "Arrangements for; the- proposed  test movement of grains from the  port cf Churchill������. ������xx: Hudson Bay.  were under consideration at a conference held in the office of the minister of railways and. - canals.. The  meeting: was arranged at the in- -  stance of the minister. Hon. Dr. R. J.  Manion, who is taking a warm personal interest in the whole .undertaking, and was attended by the  principal officers of his department  and by representatives of Canadian  Government Merchant Marine, and  Canadian jS.at-Ox.a_ Steamships.  "Dr. Manion was - assured hy his^  officers that "frora present, indications the port facilities would be  sufficiently, advanced to admit ..of -the., ���������  test movement by about the naiddie -  of September, the date by which the,  contractors of the eleyatorar^ have  agreed to have them complete. The  movement will dislocate to a certain  extent the dredging and_^sck extension program for the present season, and for that reason will probably be restricted to the shipment of  two or possibly three, cargoes of  frain approximating about three-  quarters of a million Ssushels.  1 'The shipping trader is greatly depressed at present, and from inquiries already received, vessel  f owners are evincing considerable interest in the possibilities of the  Hudson Bay route. No: great difficulty, therefore; is--'-anticipated in  interesting private vessel owners in  the business that the test movement-will afford and considerable  prestige raay be espected to accrue  to the steamship company having  the honor of handling this first  commercial movement of grain out  of Western Canada's new port.  "It is too early aa yet to speak  definitely as to either freight cr insurance rates, but arrangements are  being made to see that that aspect  of the situation Is thoroughly canvassed, and at the proper time the  minister expects to be in a position  to meet any eventuality which may  develop. Meanwhile, hoth he and the  officials of the department feel that  there is no question but that it will  be possible to demonstrate, this coming fall, that the facilities of the port  will be available and capable of taking care of the business w!alch will bo  attracted to the port on. tho inauguration of the route at the opening of  the 19152 season of navigation."  Annoimcenaent: ot the first year's results in tho Canadian National  Railway community progress competitions far European scttLcmcnta in  Alborta, showed Norma Ukrainian community near Vegrcvlllo to be ftrat,  Lloyd-Gcorgo Scandinavian community wear Camrose second, Tho Pines  Ukrainian settlement at Mundaro third, Liberty Municipality near Lcduc  fourth, and Unity Municipality near Rtadway fifth. Pictures show loft  to rlffh-, farm home of J, Federuk noar Vegravlllo,, Brookulde itchool near  VejjrevllH farm home of Frank Mohlor In Lloyd-George district, farm home  of B. W. Shenkol In Liberty, the community hall In the Ukrainian settlement  at Miimlure, and the Clotford nchool In Unity Municipality*  AsMng Lower Freight Rates  B.C. Government Will Bach Growers  and Cnnnera In Fight  Victoria, B.C. ������������������ The government  will get behind British Columbia  growers and cannera in their fight for  lower freight ratos to tho prairies.  Premier S, E\ Tolmlo hna instructed  Leon J, Lander, . K.C., government  rate counsel, to co-operate with the  growers and cannors ln commencing  proceedings before the railway commission Immediately.  Vegetable grower." b- British Columbia, backed by tlio canning industry, appealed to the government in  strong terms recently to x-e__cue tnem  from n th.renteqe������l reehietion. in  growlnfl. aoreaBfCi by oibout C0> per  ���������cent, this year, by nn Immcdlato reduction In freight rated froni hero to  prahie markets. ,       :  To this end a large d-letfation urg>  od the cabLnet to appoint counsel, and  file an immediate application with tho  railway commission for a cut In  western rates to tlio level of thono  prevailing; from Ontario to tho  pralrto.-.  It wafl expected tlio government  would kYrtlow thiB ' plan ' unci - launch  a now rate fight without delay.  I  1  I  1  c '*-____   VJCEDTUUI   JtUfiVlJ-W  long1 distance  order  for newspapers  A Victoria newspaper printed  a story about a New York  man's aeroplane trip to Alaska.  Some time later that gentleman wanted to get some copies  of the newspaper.  The particular issue might not  be available by the time a  letter reached Victoria, but  there was a telephone at hand,  capable of conveying the  message within a few moments.  So a long-distance telephone  call from New York to Victoria  was put through, and an order  was placed for 25 copies of the  desired paper.  Kcrnf-mian  Totai-hnna   f?fi  LIMITED  TISE  i ni_.  ��������� Ml*  _B_  'provide a basis upon which it  should be possible to give Creston  the consideration it can demonstrate it is entitled to without in  any way lessening the efficiency  of central selling in the other  fruit districts, should the provincial government see fit to enact  such legislation, and the orchardists as a w.hole give it the  necessary two-thirds or whatever  support may be required to  assure it becoming; law.  In the much talk one hears  about fruit marketing in general  it is hard to understand the  objection taken by some to the  (so far indefinite) proposal of the  government to bring In central  selling legislation. If this were  the first time anything of the sort  had been considered expressions  of surprise might be in order, but  when it is remembered that four  or five years ago the legislature  enacted the Fruit Marketing Act  and set up a committee of control  that very arbttarily fixed prices  at which tree fruits couid be sold,  as well as just as definitely  regulating sizes to be marketed  and dates on which varieties  could move, the proposed centra.  selling law is not so very much  more undemoeratrie.  And   last   year the  legislature  went   a  step further and  com-  At the December meeting Col.  J-isterYjjn^e it quite clear that  unless Creston was prepared to  have some one, at the capital to  argue its case before the committee  there was littl4 or no chance of  its claim for what will probably  be termed special consideration  getting sbrious. If any, attention_  Itis to be libped that after the  care that has' bjieen taken to get  Creston's cast? squareley before  the B.C.F.G.AS meeting at Kelowna the jfar more important onto-Victoria movement  be forgotten.  AlVV  *_-_  Government Mast Soon  Declare *������s Policy on  Fruii^arketing  .^t*'!*' ^  <U"  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.] Polled orchardists in all  districts,  except Cresto**, to put their tree  fruit product through a central  pool, with the grower of the real  high class fruit compelled to share  whatever profits there may have  Subscription:    $2.50 a vear in advance;  S3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON,  ���������m  /-������  X>.V/._  FRIDAY,   FEB.   6  About Frszit Marketing  Now that  the  orchardists have  benefits  had the prospective benefits of  centra] selling outlined by F.  M.  Black, the author of the fruit  growers newest marketing policy,  and   some  of its   disadvantages  While Premi^F Tolmie wrote to  the B.C. Growers'; Association  last night declaring that the  government's attitude on marketing problems was "strictly neutral for the present" events were  shaping here in such a way that  the government apparently will  be unable to preserve this neutrality long. Before the next  month is out it will have to  declare whether it stands for the  immediate passage of legislation  enforcing the central selling of  fruit or not.  A draft of this legislation was  brought to Victoria this morning  by T. G. Norris, counsel for the  interior committee of direction,  who has handled the Fruit  Growers' Co-operative legislation  appointed Mr. Evans, and contracted a large bill in his enquiry,  the government, it is felt here,  will be unable to ignore his report  altogether. It could not refuse  to adopt a stand on the central  selling legislation without ignoring the Evans report.  A possible way out for the  legislation for the present session  appeared this morning when Mr.  Norris conferred with members of  the government and high officials  here   privately.   At   these   con-  fo-ngn_������__.- if. W7__c_ oii-v<t__c_���������������__-._  frVa_.t   ^-l-_-,  _.__.���������_.____ ._ .. _��������� ^������.0^_^.������-.������,  ,-__.__   ������..._  growers were putting the-cart before the horse in seeking to introduce the central selling bill  now before they have taken a  vote among themselves. *  Up to now, it was pointed out,  the house has nothing to guide* it  concerning the attitude of the  growers except a vote of some  forty delegates to the Fruit  Growers0 Association meeting. It  was suggested to Mr. Norris that  a general vote be taken before  the house is asked to rule finally  on the central selling issue.    If  thehouse adopted this attitude,  it might be possible for it to  avoid reaching a vote at all th.;  session which, with most membeis  is a consummation devoutly to he  wished.���������Vancouver Province.  M. J. Lizak wishes to announce tha.  he has taken over the shoe repair busine__  of B.flMorabito, and is continuing th;  business at the old stand. Sattsfactio.i  guaranteed, prices moderate, and work  done when promised.  been with   the   orchardists   who]since its inception.  *m ir  ivir.  Norris  were not quite so particular in  seeing to it that their product  was of the same uniformly high  standard.  Further, the legislation creating  the board of control and the  pool became effective without the  equally   carefully   displayed    by growers being directly consulted  TIMBER SALE   X 12911  Gen. Harmon and others, and the  two delegates to the convention  at Kelowna have reported fully  on what further light was thrown  on the plan at the annual convention of the B.C. Fruitgrowers  Association, if anyone hereabouts  has not co .e into possession of  all the facts in the matter the  fault cannot be charged to lack  of opportunity to secure all such  information.  And after hearing it all it is  most. satisfactory to know that  Creston Valley has not changed  its mind in the least as to the  absolute necessity of Creston, for  good and sufficient reasons, being  left somewhat of a free agent as  the cape of the pool legislation of  a year ago.  In the matter of local autonomy soire are more radical than  others, but all are agreed that the  principles underlying the now  quite famous Littlejohn resolution  a  Now is the time to place  that order for Nursery  trees. I have the agency  for    the    well    known  m  RIVERSIDE  NURSERIES  at Grand Fork������  Call in and get their latest  catalogue and price list. My  company can supply any  quantity of Turner's All Red  Dolicioun and the Red Rome  Beauty stock this year.  With central selling the grower  wiil at least have a chance to  record a vote for or against the  proposal, and to use his influence  in doing what he can to have his  neighbor take similar action.  Whether or not the suggested  favorable total vote of 66 per  cent, is the proper margin of  safety is a debatable point.  Those sponsoring central selling  have most likely set that figure in  the hope that in ease of revisal  upward 75 per cent, will be  agreed upon.  And in connection with this all  important vote it should be  stipulated that 66, or 75, or whatever per cent, may be agreed  upon shall be that exact proportion of the ballots sent out, which,  we are told, is the procedure  followed in Australia when a  similar plebiscite was taken.  At the B.C.F.G.A. meetings in  December and last Monday  opinion was quite general that if  Creston's interests in the proposed new legislation are to be safeguarded it will be necessary to  have someone frdm here at  Victoria to represent the district  before the agricultural committee  when the bill is being considered.  We invite you to inspect our  now stock of  announced that the bill would be  introduced in the house shortly  after its opening. Then the fight  will be on.  The government, of course,  could dodge responsibility in the  matter by insisting, as its predecessors did, that marketing  legislation was not introduced in  the first place as a government  measure'and'must be left to the  house. But this policy of evasion has been regarded with widespread dissatisfaction and besides, the government hae been  placed in an entirely new position  by the report of Sanford Evans,  its special fruit industry investigator, who attacked not only  central selling but the whole  Produce Marketing Act.   Having  Sealed tenders will be received by the  Minister of Lands at Victoria, B.C. not  later than noon on the Sixteenth day of  February, 1931, for the purchase of  License X12911, to cut 4,640,000 feet of  Spruce, White Pine. Fir, Larch and  Balsam, on an area situated 214 miles  S.E. of Canyon Siding, Kootenay Land  District.  Three years will be allowed for the  removal of timber. __  Further particulars oi the Chief .forester, Victoria, B.C., or District Forester,  Nelson, B.C.  WATBR    NGTSOE:  OIVERSilOrV AND USE      "  TAKE   NOTICE   that    the  Creston  Power, Light  &   Telephone Company,  Limited,   whose    address   is   Creator,  British   Columbia,    will    apply  for   a  license to take and use thirty-five cubi  feet per second of water out of Su_nmn  Creek, which flows easterly   and drain  into Kootenay River about   six   miles  north west of Creston. B C.     The water  wiii be diverted from the stream at i.  point apout 3800 feet southwest ofth������>  southwest corner of Lot 11270-T.L. 4497  P-E 464, said corner being about two  miles west of Lot 9270 C.G., Kootenay  District, and will be used for power pur  poses upon the area described as in the  undertaking of the Company within a  radius of twenty-five miles of Creston,  B.C. (including the Village of Creston,  B.C.)   This notice was posted on   the  ground on the 14th day of January, 1931.  A copy of this notice and an application  pursuant thereto and to the'*Water Act"  will be filed in the office of the Water  Recorder at Nelson, B.C.    Objections  to the application may be filed with the  said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller    of  Water    Rights,   Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty  days after the first appearance of this  notice in a local newspaper. The petition  for the approval of the undertaking, as  per Section 26 of the Act, wi I be heard  in the office of the Water Board at a date  to be fixed by the Comptroller of Water  Rights, and any interested person may  file an objection thereto in the office of  the Comptroller or of the Water Recorder  of the district.  CRESTON POWER, LIGHT &  TELEPHONE COMPANY Limited,  Applicant.  By L. M. SIMPSON, Agent.  Date of first publication of this notice is  January 23,1931.  ^.__a,   __���������_,__.___.__.____.__. _a   j lrf_   ,.   _a   __.. a .__.. A .._,___..__,_ _t .__. ��������� __.__.__   ���������__.___ __.__,_ A. . __.. __,.__._ ___.���������   -. - ���������--_  COAL I  How  is  your  Coal  supply?   % Fill   up  with  J^EWELLt Gpal*   Dpn't have an empty coal  bin these chilly mornings.  GOOD DRY TAMARAC WOOD  TRUCKING Sand & Gravel HAULING  mrkmTmW _    _  ^^mW 5 sL ������������������- ^jjjjm  b  P,0. BOX 79  I KHNOriTEJ  ALBERT DAVIES  PHONE 13  *r<W'*fW*t ���������>*��������� ^*i'*f.my.*f,*f"mmm'mj^w,*r,*fm4rm'*fm W*f*fm*f ��������� yiF'W'y V  ���������T'rt'f* "9 "WW*"  eipinq  C ���������  PAYROLLS  Mnumm /*fm Mt*mi ^ mtm  Bwmm*muw   *m*m  V. MAWSON  < ..I.STON  M  M  M  M  M  a  H  ������  M  M  M  *  ������  13  Dress Shoes  which have just arrived !  Newest Shapes,  Nice assortment of sizes.  Prices are right.  Mm iWirSmtoeiii  war   O Emf       *SJ pSrssV *5r *m      VPnHr mm*m*W mtV*" mm mm mm  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing:  |)ll$r:N_-R  CLUE  RJ.JHBCN  a  OELID M_B..WAajDS-:H.  TTT in m comparatively easy matter to note  -"- that thc brewing industry of British  Columbia Is an important contribution to  this country's progress and prosperity, for its  annual payroll alone is over three-quarters  of a million dollars. It consumes over  150,000 pounds of choice British Columbia  hops. The annual fuel bill approximates  $100,000, and the fuel used is all produced  in British Cotuanfoia.   Hence St Ss that those.  Cernons who demand the British Columbia  cere listed below directly influence the  prosperity of  British   Columbia  through  their insistence on the products of one of  .British Columbia's largest industries.  .  w  Thin ndvorfciHttim!!*.: .k not i>n1_lis..ed or displayed hy the Juiquor  Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. THE  CRESTON  REVIEW  GHA&. MOORE  ENGINEER ���������  SURVEYOR    *  ARCHITECT     r  0/?ESTO/V,  a.o.  F. H. JACKSON  ,       REAL ESTATE  LIstlngB solfoIte_.  CRESTON,    B.C.  d QOa_I_a_____l_ti_������ra___ ���������Xa__5__>j_9.___.e! siR-.-.s c sjb 3-S.s.p iui =. b as - j..- s ������;=. bMsb. a b ���������' *.-*.*- ������jc ���������.������ ���������:��������� ������;��������� ��������� ��������� -El  9 -  i  i  *.  -b  I  _>  3  2  -  5  Don't Delay!     Bay your  Supply of  CO AL  AND  W 0 ������ D  NOW!  *S3  Ask us for prices on hauling  anything anywhere  mm  Report, Creston  A-:'."-'  Divisions 1 and 2 Have Highest  Average Attendance��������� pi vision  3 Enrollment Heaviest���������All  Rooms Show Quota Attendance  H    S=   IVlcCREATH i  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  ____ __-  r.mti Be__9_ac__.9__aiifii  ��������� 43  *���������VX3. ���������_������-��������������� _S. J__ JS..3*. -SS35. .SEiS. .sem JR-S- Jg-iSE. ._&_&. ._&_&. ^-.^sc^^.  ^  ������  )fe  %Jtt  m m.  EMiHTY GGLORED  }&.  WW  Regular 85c. cut to 50c. pair.  3 oairs Si.00.  W &������  %8  V>__,  ������  __ atf  w  ^  ^  Bright Colored Hot Water Bottles  Guaranteed for two years  Bath Sprays in Bright Colors  ^  mS\m DRUB "A BOOK STOi  GEO. HL _K1_E.I_I_Y  O THE REXALL STORE  w  ���������.*  ���������  -w  ������  JW  -__  "W  t  5W  W  ������  ES_  (>  Deposit by Mail  SAVE a trip to town. Deposits sent  by mail will receive careful and  prompt attention, and you wiii receive  an immediate acknowledgment of your  deposit. '    ���������  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  ____   _H_ _H__M   ____!_.   MM. .____���������__. MM __ _���������__��������������������������������������� _^_1 _______���������  H H lra__i__W_.B������_������      Mq*yiMa"fl ~ff_!^^_^_f  TCHftCMNnMSfr'  CRESTON    .   -       -       - I. S. W.CLOWES, Manager  Branches ������f Nefson, Invarmero, Cranbrook, Ferhlo  consists in spending less than  vou earn.  I������ by careful economy you can  save money, you -have taken a  long step toward contentment*  Wc pay interest on Savings bal*  ances and shall welcome your  account. *w  v.*miwM#i+*',  ^._i   i.   _���������  THE CANADIAN BANK  M*m������*4m.mmrm%        M4^mmm mmmia^4mm      jb*������*      M **mr*A *m"*m%   ___>*l*__i^__l"t  OF COMMERCE  Capitol Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund .$20*000,000  "      ���������" - w  Division 1���������E. Marriott, Principal.  Number attending during month 32.  Average daily attendance, 30.  Proficiency: Grade 8���������Doris Crosby,  -Daisy Trevelyan, molly Moore. Grade-  7���������Eleanor Spratt, Ethel Sutcliffe, Charlie Taylor.  Perfect attendance���������E. Armitage, I  Bourdonf O. Connatty, R. Dickson, J.  Downes, H. Johnson, E. LaBelle, Y.'  LaBelle, H. Lewis, M. Moore, H. McCreath, D. Palmer* E. Spratt, D. Trevelyan, C. YorkYB. Ferguson, I_. McLaren.  Division 2���������Miss Meldrum, teacher.  Attendance, 96.4.  Proficiency���������Grade 6: Theo Tompkins, Irving Ferguson, Robert Willis.  Grade 7���������George Dodd, Godfrey Vigne,  Frank Brady.  Perfect attendance���������Bill Bourdon,  Edward Brady, Clarence Embree, Irving  Ferguson, Stuart Hilton, August Morafa-  ifo, Frank North, Rachel Morrow, Clara  Schmidt, Theo Tompkins, Margaret  Torc-hia, Tfeasa Torchia,, Robert Wiilis,  Everett Walker, Douglas Alderson, Lily  Brixa, Arthur - Dodd, Mary Perdue,  Godfrey Vigne.  Division 3���������Miss Wade, teacher.  Pupils attending, 43.  Attendance, 91.09.  Proficiency: Grade 5a���������Beryl Palmer  and Billy Craig equal, Richard Trevelyan, Billy Weir. Grade 4a���������Irene  Brady, Francis Bourdon, Raby Palmer.  Perfect attendance���������Irene Brady,  Francis Bourdon.Y:Ruth Davis, Maisie  Ferguson; Charlie French, Russell  Gabelhei, Egon Hollm, Billy Kernaghan,  Willie Krygsveld, Wilfred LaBelle,  Phyllis Lowther, Helen McCreath,  Irwin Nickel, Mary Ross, Jessie Spratt,  Campbelle York, David Armitage, Billy  Craig, Gladys Davies, Doris Hendy.  Iona Hills, Tom Lewis. Beryl Palme),  Clara Paulson. Norman Phillips, Leona  Schmidt, Edra Walkey, Dennis lies,  Pauline Klein, Billy Weir.  Division 4���������Miss. J^earmonth, t������ea<?her.  Enrollment, 37/Y   .  Average attendance, 30.05.  Proficiency: Grade 4 Junior���������Lottie  Klein, James Bourdon, Billy McFarland.  Grade 3 Senior���������Elena Androsoff,Vernon  Donaldson, Bernard Connatty  Perfect atteffilance���������James Bourdon,  Bernard Connatty, Lorna Donaldson,  Verno. Donaldson, Corinne Doneau,  Marguerite Grant, Walter Hills. Tinus  Krygsveld, Ethel Morrow, Billy McFarland, Georgina Paulson, Ariel Schade,  Thelma Stewart, Bill Vigne, Robert  Vigne, Mary Watson, Ardrey Weir.  Thomas Johnston, Donald lies, Lottie  Klein.  Division 5��������� Miss Hobden, teacher.  Enrollment, 36.  Average daily attendance, 33.72.  Proficiency: Grade 3b���������Kenneth Hester, Arthena LaBelle, Jack Hall Grade  2a���������Margaret Cribb, Olga Hurack, Ellen  Morabito, Grade 2b���������Dorothy Schmidt,  Eileen Pendry and Agnes Lovestrom  equal, George Bourdon.  Perfect attendance���������Holmer Bailey,  George Bourdon, George Crawford,  James Edwards, William Edwards, Kenneth French, Jack Hall, Lillian Hendren,  Bert Macfarland, Ernest .Hills, Olga  Hurack, Robert Kernaghan, Iky Krygsveld, David Macfarland, Ethel McLaren, Ellen Morabito, Maud Ross, Tom  Ross, Rose Stewart, Edna Willis,  Helmut Patalla.-     .......  Division 6���������Miss Holmes, teacher.  Enrollment, 34  Average daily attendance, 30.43.  Proficiency: Grade la���������Helen Dizvig-  ola, Jean Bailey. " Grade lb���������Jean Bunt,  Willie Rodgers. Grade lc���������Oscar Pett-  oreon, Luella Hintz.  Perfect attendance���������Russell Biccum,  Conrnd Brunham, Opnaan Brunham,  Jea.i Bunt, WHma Donaldson, Helen  Dp_5vigola, Mury Gub-lhoi, Fred Hurack,  Willie Hurack, Kurt Patalla, Oscar  Pottorson, Katherlno Rontz, Willie  Rodgor;, Elva Strong, Kothoryno,  Timmons, Leslie Toozo, Blanche York.  Penson, Evelyn Speaker, Margaret  Murphy, Peter Obeidkoff, Carol Healey,  Fronk Clark, James Scott. *  Grade 5���������Basil Pakenham. Hazel  Beam, '." Gwen Putnam, jack Fraser,  Lawrence Leadbetter, Marion Healey,  Peter Heric, Mac McMaster.  Miss Walker's report for Division 2  for January is as follows, names in order  of merit:   ���������  Grade 4���������Yvonne .Putnam, Leona  Heric, Margaret Bundy. Olive Speaker,  Elvaline Clark, Kenneth Tompkins.  Grade     3���������6eor**s     Csrr  _vv.ft-  Cameron, James Carr, Stella Tompkins,  Bertha Fraser, Joan. Heric, Roy Cart-  wright; Steve EuHcck, Antoii Neumann,  Grace Pakenham.  Grade 2���������John   Richardson,  Mildred  Fraser,     Zahe   Beam,    John   , Cowley,  Martha    Neumann,    Eric   Pakenham,  Moira Fakenham.  Grade 1���������Annie Pasdnekoff, Anita  Heric, Rose Leadbetter, Beryl Tompkins, John Murphy, Emil Neumann,  Tom Cowley, Norma Bundy, Alice  Healey.  PIANO FOR SALE���������Weston full steel  frame upright piano, in good shape,  $200. Apply at ranch, D. S. Timmons,  Creston.  CHRIST CHURCH  CRESTON  SUM DAY, FSB.  S  CRESTON���������11.00 a.m., Matins.  I  and get the  ������  II om  lion  fcfi fit  1 UIU  ���������  rif-no  9 ^ff^av ^mW  Reductions from $5 to $55  a  1  ���������PREMIER   OARAQ  PALMER    &    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  E..  13  '0  r_ Fruit Grower  Creaton Branch  _*_K._)_M.__-_M__to  II. J. Forb������M, Manager  Erickson School Report  Mf_t8 J. White, principal of Erickson  schooli Issues tho following report for  January n Division 1, names In order of  morit:  Grade 8���������Betty Kemp, Sadie Fraser,  Roy Ponson, M.lton Fraser, Wodnoy  Putnam, Maurice Kolsoy, Otto Mc-  Mnt-tor.  Grade     6���������Patsy     Dodda,     Muriel  E"  . Have the returns from your ranch been :  satisfactory for  the   last  year ?    If not, ���������  why not try some side line, such as Cows, 5  "Pigs, and Chickens.     They will pay your :;  grocery bills, and now is the time to start I  for   you   will    never   buy   lumber   any i  cheaper.    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SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  FEBRTJARY 8  JESUS   THE  WORLD'S   ____L_kC-_-������-it  Golden Text: "As ye would that  men should do to you, do ye also to  them likewise."���������Luke 6.31.  -Lesson: X-uke <J. '  Devotional Reading. Proverbs 3.  13-18. .���������"  hildf^ns Golds  ! Best Treated  exter-ias.y  Stop them over*  night without  "dosing"���������- rub  on at bedtime  nmsh Empire Fair  Explanations and Comments  The Law Of Love, verses 27-31  But I say unto ypu that hear  nere  BRIEFLY TOLD  A general world disarmament conference will be called in the latter  part of January, 1832, the .League of  whom He has been pronouncing His  woes, to Hia followers, and counsels  them to be ruled by love In their  treatment of their enemiea. The  Greek word for "love" in our text is  carefully chosen. It is not demanded  that we should love our enemies with  a natural and spontaneous affection  ("philein"), but with a supernatural  Christian love that comes by grace  ("agapan"). At the time when Jesus  uttered these words, revenged wreaked upon an enemy was considered  noble. How Cicero gloated aver the  misfortunes of an enemy; he thought  himself fortunate on his death bed  that he could say that no one had  done more good to his friends nor  more mischief to his enemies .  The Goodness Expected Of Christ's  Followers, verses 31-35a, If you love  them that love you, tf you do good to  them that do good to you, what kind  of thanks have you. what kind ot reward do you deserve? for even sinners love those love them. L*ove given for love is only glorified selfishness.   Show your  love by unselfish  ^  -%#������ 8=7OR i_5.3'  British Machine Wins  Nations Council has decided.  Marshal Henri Philippe Petain, defender of Verdun, became one of the  French immortals by election to theSness, by loving your eBeiaie* "as well  French academy, succeeding Marshal I as your friends i toy doing good to  _pocjj " " {those   who  do   evil" to   you   as well  as to those who treat you well: toy  His once Imperial Majesty, William  Hobenaoliern, on January 27, celebrated his 72sd birthday quietly at  _Door,n House in the Dutch village of  his exiie.  Maintenance of the present wage  scale throughout industry is vital to  the  return  of prosperity,  is the he-*  Belgian   Government   Places   Order  For Fighting Airplanes .  In. _. competition held in Belgium  to select fighting aeroplanes for the  Belgian Air Force the winning machine was the British "Firefly II./'  designed and built by the Fairey  Aviation Company, of Haydea, Middlesex* England, and driven by a  Rolls-Royce engine of 550-h.p.  It Is claimed that this machine la  the fastest aircraft of its type ln the  rsrorld, with a. speed of more than 200  miles an. hour, even when carrying  full military load.  The Belgian government has  ordered -5 of these machines.  Forty-Eight    Canadian    Firms    and  Institutions Will Have Exhlblta  At Buenos Aires  Forty-eight Canadian firms and institutions have advised the Department ok Trade and Commerce of their  intention of exhibiting at the British  'Empire .Fair. i������r bh ��������� held' ita. 3uenosr  Aires front March 14th to April 27th,  which wiii he Opened by H. R. H. the  Prince of Wales. Every province ia  contributing displays. There are nine  __rn_3 from Montreal; these include  the two transcontinental railways,  the Royal- Bank of Canada and the  Sun Life Assurance Company, which  are.national in character. Seven firms  have their headquarters iq Toronto,  seven in Brantford, three in Hamilton, two in Weston "and three in  Ottawa, though the latter include the j  Department  of Agriculture  and the  Go J.m27.ng Quick Way  Pta_p.es ended so quick Dy^-'Sooib*-  _5a3T������*" arsrybo-jr is asionlsJioJU A,:  SiOSt-S*���������   ** _���������-.-"_.    &i*CQV*������*a    Sklfki  clours Ilk* mmgitZ Gal ���������_ Sootiia-��������� Y__  S-afa" *_osa druggist Sodas'* SB  '������tg^stte  Larj������ Double Book  120 L������av������*  Fir.gst Vou Csr. Bujt' <w_^  AVGS?? !������<_TAT_0-a*   ������^  ' ������*$   m   mm; &$������ - ������ . s������S .  A   X..-t   Of   "Wanted   InvenUons"    turns  Pull  Infor mauoa Seat ft**-' on Jtequarta.  S73BANK3T.  OTTAWA, On*.  The tmm mi %*&  National Art Gallery.  lending io those from whom nothing  will be received as well as to those  who will return the favor. And the  great argument is that even sinners  do good to those that do good to  them, lend to sinners expecting to  receive us much in return.. Of followers of Christ far more is expected.  Kindness and Mercifulness, 35b, 36.  ���������2Do  all  things���������love your enemies,  lief of John^.  Lewis,   president of jdo them good,   and  lend,   never   de  the United Mine Workers of America. | ^-T������r'%,^ ~^_nJ"������C_,*   *���������������������������**"  ������"������*"   ������*  gr*eat���������ye shall be  sons of God, for  Captain       Emar-Paal       Lundborg,  ""*    '-   * *   *    " "  Swedish aviator who rescued Captain  Nobile in the disastrous Italian  Slight, is dead of Injuries received  in an aeroplane crash.  'M**mm A *mmw������*M*m'l  For Indigestion  When your stomach feels bad; -when  Gas, Sourness. Nausea or after-eating:  pains make you feel miserable���������a single  doso of pure 131..im.ted Alagnesia will  brinK" almost Instant  Relief!  For rndig-estion. the prompt effecttve-  ._esa of BIS CRATE]} Magnesia is really  wonderful. Even the most obstinate  cases quickly respond. Pleasant and  Inexpensive to use.      Ask your druggist.  Switzerland lias -Leaning Tower  The Tower of Pisa isn't the only  leaning one in the world. Switzerland has a leaning tower, too, right  in St. ivforitz. It is the tower of the  old town church, which has a very  pronounced Slant. It dates from 1573,  and is the only part of the old church  now standing.  He is kind toward the unthankful  and evil. Be merciful even as your  Father is merciful.  "It Is an attribute of God Himself,  And earthly power doth then show  hkest God's  When mercy seasons justice."  ���������Shakespeare.  Be Charitable In Judgment ������nd  Generous In Giving, verses 37, 38.���������  Judge not, and ye shall not be  judged; and condemn not, and ye  shall not be condemned; release, set  free, a debtor or o_Tender. and ye  shall he released. These are-general  sta.tem.enta which are not to be taken  without qualification. The example of  Jesus Himself shows when judging  and condemning is a duty. Read  Matthew 18.15; 2 Tim. 4.2. Apply  the Golden Rule, and judge others  as you would that others should  judge you.  "An otherwise beautiful character  is often made almost repulsive by  the single had habit of censorious-  ness. It is one of the temptations of  the good to indulge in harsh judgment of the faults of others. Cultivating a stern conscience merely for the  sake of flaunting goodness is no more  Christlike, and no more heart-enriching and satisfying, than giving to  make a display with money."  Moose Jaw Board Of Trade  Instructive Film Is Shown At Annual  Meeting Held Recently  At the annual meeting of the  Moose Jaw Board of Trade on January 15th, a novel and Instructive  feature was the showing of a film  made by tho Provincial Government  dealing with the natural resources of  the province. This film, it is said,  proved a revelation to many of the  members who wero not fully aware  of the extent and variety of the resources of the province.  Bird Bai-i____g  Obtaining Information Regarding Ufe  History and Migration HaMts-  Of Native Birds  Through the voluntary efforts of  persons throughout Canada and the  United States, aluminium band3 car  rings are being placed on the legs of  wild birds in an endeavor to obtain information concerning the migration  and lif^, histories of our native birds.  Bird banding is a co-operative effort  in which the National Parks of Canada Branch, Department of the .interior, Ottawa, and the Biological  Survey. TJnited States Department of  Agriculture, Washington,- D.G.. take  joint action.  For Sprains and Bruises- ��������� There  Is  nothing better for    sprains    and,  contusions than Dr. Thomas*  Eclec- j  trie Oil. It will reduce the swelling '  that follows a sprain,  will��������� coo! the  inflamed flesh and draw the pain. It*  will take the ache out of a bruise by i  counteracting the inflammation.      A  trial will convince any who doubt its  power.  ,i      ���������| i   i  ������������������i������y���������_��������������������������� i _���������      n___      ���������     ������������������  Tourist  (in mining town)���������Is  this  a healty place to settle in ? .  Hotel Proprietor���������It    is    that, sir;  but  you don't settle.  Small Child: "We want to buy a  ticket."  Box-Office Clerk: "But- there are  two of you."  "Well, aren't we half-sisters ? Add  that up." .'""*'  Dangerous complications can quickly develop if coughs andcoldsar-neglecteQ. At,  the first sign of trouble treat your  horses with the old sellable  ....  COMPOUND  W Praised by horse owners every-������b^  ____- where. Used by thousandsforovgrsj  iMjm* year*. On Gale at DrogBfcoMa -������r ���������0eMidw 3������  j-y per ccsiio cs s&lasssa fcireeS, po_C_5_ jJc;jihs.j  ... -        ... , -_->_-?���������  in_t_^B__t-S"LEe������������SeaHewBese. Write today!  _xes a 3xlqsc. wj-healthy  place  af  sr_.^.������ ������?_?������,������..������> s__* "���������������__ _*____=. _=__  ��������� * ��������� ��������� l    .    __S-B_:3__.   ��������� _--- .-���������i,.^^- S^-p,   57$5>_>   ^^^^ . ^T_    ���������.'   S-5  11.111 ___������___  Persian Balm ��������� alluring, provocative and charming. Fragrant and re-  reshing as a cool breeze in summer.  Delightful to use. Creates complexions of surpassing loveliness. Makes  the skin velvety soft in texture.  Soothes and dispels all irritations  caused by weather conditions. Softens and whitens the hands. Persian  Balm, is a peerless toilet requisite for  women who care for charm and distinction. Use it' for hands and face.  Make Some Hot Biscuits To3a^ I  Maln>������ ilosws ideHden������ ftfocaite t&ift way. Sift together twie������. 2 ein>������.  Parity Flour, 2 Upne baking poweUr, 1 topn salt. Cvmmm 1 tbapn ������������e_- of  bid and butter and mix with th* dry ingredient*, using tho tips of jronr  fingers.   Add % e_������ each of milk and off water, mixing with __-������-��������� uatU  __--.  ���������._._���������.   _.   -.-__   _-.}_. Jl_._.-X.        !>_._.  ^_m-  lt-.U������|���������   ������._   anStrat-a- "'  j^aaaa  tum.m^ al   waaay    va#������������a  waatfaajp|a������a      m a������^  ���������.*..������   _������g^..a.^    *...   ������������������������    ^.  board until $i-ineh ti-lcSc   Ofil o������_ and bake in hot ov*__ *  for IS iminntcaa.  These hisemts���������csade tHtfi Purify F!o������r���������will keep moisC  ���������or several days and may be re-heated without getting dry.  pELICBOUS SAUSAGE ROU_S-_aa  wc iS3\>��������� iiuiii tuc a_K>Vc uCiigu. wuv aSSw  thick, cover sausages and bake 25 mta*  utes, or until 1. rown, in hot oven (450*^  MEAT PIE COVERINGS using  _&3fi3& are esSre. tsstKk  Octopus Caught Oif B.C. Coast  An official report states that over  55,000 pounds of octopus were caught  in 192S, and over 23,000 pounds in  1929, off British Columbia. They are  the incidental product of other fishing  operations, taken, for the most part,  in the nets of small draggers.  "��������� __= m 9m%aT&wmm i  StOI tb* JTcst Urn Bra������4  Look for em C*>mpa_r������yfi iy_maon the Purity How aa������S_.   It U  ywer asi*i*itt-t������������ of wtutiify from, a responsible milling coaoraa.  HniiiiiiiiiniiiteiiiiiniHfnNiio  miniiiiiiiiiiisimiiiiiiiiHrdi_iiit-.ii8.-aHCTgH-i.ftiini������iiiiigiiiiuniH8iiiiii8iiuiaa  if^M*f^mwmr^f^^a*mmm,������^  "I have to work in the store and  ���������do my own housework* too, and I  ������ot nervous and run-down and wa&ln  t>cd nearly nil summer. Thc least noise  would make me nervous. I was told  co take Lydia IS. Pinkham'fl Vege-  cable Compound and I have taken  seven bottles. It has made me stronger and put more color Into my face.  I am looking after my store nnd  housework and my four children  niul I am EetthiB donR nicely now."  ���������Mrs. J. Malta, R. R. No. 5, Barton  St. East, Hamilton, Onmrh, Cctnactd^  ���������:i:piai:Eli|i(iSii!t  ake  Your Windows  Invest in WINDOLITE Windows and you jwrill be repaid ft  hundredfold in fh������ health of your Poutoy atiu Livestock  THE   ORIGINAL   GLASS   SUBSTITUTE  IliUDSt     m     ENOLAND     91KOS   l������lt     ON    OIUGINAL     PATKNTW  No Asthma Remedy I.Ike It. Dr. J.  D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy Is distinctly different from other so-called  remedies. Were this not so it would  not have continued Its great work of  relief until known from ocean to*  ocean for It's wonderful value. Kelr  loggX the foremost and best of all  asthma remedies, stands upon a reputation founded in tho hearts of thousands who havo IuK>wn Ita benefit.  ^IJUlHilLSatiiilJi  Makes Fitting IDnsy  Special shoea partly made of a  transparent anaiorlal have boon Introduced by a Paris shoe store to aid  men and children In trying on footwear. These transparent flhoes aro  carried for each model In tho atoro,  and they are said to aid appreciably  In determining where tho foot lo  pinched, nnd non������emiently in choosing  a perfect shoo.  Thft unbreakable glass eubstltute 80  light and flexible, easy to cut and fit,  will withstand extreme change* in temperature*   keep*   out   cold   and   w������t,   but  CCT3. DOW-ff  trovn i_o8Bi_j_  W1ND0U1I1  W.    W.    U.    187ii  Feeling Wa������ Mutual  ������������������Dauffhtor," ������aid tlie father otorn-  ly������ "I don't like that young man you  go out with."  "Yeah?" retorted daughter.   "Well,  I don't worry, you're simply poll, cm to  hlija, too;*  allow* Che full sunlight ' to enter, in*  eluding the health-giving Ultra-Violet  Ray*,   whicb  do   not  penetrate   ordinary  glass.  ���������'   USB. : '���������  WINDOLITE  iw  v  nD.00Du.11  ��������� isoijQES  laAYINQPjrDNa  lDAIItY BAIINS  ;.''!.WDimpOM9'.'.''  iffi-Pct'' '''''���������  C_.s-ac5Is.a- brccdl-rs cf p_-_!tsr_������ saitd Jlvest m.k era finding Windolite a most caiteffacterp1  and prontable Investment. Young chickens and turkeys are entirely free-from leg weak-  ness and disease and will thrive in confinement under Windolite. Windolite cornea in rolls  any length, but 36, inches wide only.  Distributors: JOHN A.  CH ANTLER & CO*, LTD.  U Wdllifigtoii St. WB        - ���������.        -        - TORONTO, ONT*  "^___^B_a__:-_fi!.BM_M.I^SM^^ XHE  KEYH_W-  creston.  b.   g.  0-lf  lifelike most salts* Krusehe__  ���������impiy. a laxative���������if that's aii you  want any -kind of salts- with .any  kind-of a label will do���������-but is that all  you want?   : y. .":,.���������";������������������������������������*' Y''"Y  When you take Kruschen Salts -you  not only stimulate your bowels, lives  and kidneys to function naturally and  perfectly," but you supply every internal;  organ, gland, nerve and fibre in the  body with nature's' own revitalizing  and rejuvenating minerals. :  Ge������ 's~ hottie o'' !&i!5'*'i*M% c���������1*������* '������.*  any drug store ��������� take one-half  teaspoon in a glass of hot water every  mourning hefore breakfast���������cut down  oa sweets and fat forming foods and  get Bome moderate regular exercise-  in just a few days Indolence changes tp  activity and life grows brighter  A Virginia .woman writes _ "* I just  started on my second bottle of  SCrtischen Sslts end have been losin���������'  flesh right along���������you have fathomed  the secret of fjesh reduction.'7  this dark hall. Ill turn oa a HgBafc- In  the sittlg.* room."  ..Gay arose, her knees still strangely  weak, and-lifted her baby; 'y-r^yy^  L "Sonay, dear little hoy, ^'oa go to  Julie. There's*nothing to be afraid of.  t>ba*t you remember wliat JDadldy told  you about Rip Van Winkle and' the  nine-pins? They must he hayto^fa  splendid game today���������Rip and;"' the  little brown men/1'. - Y  ..;Y'-i'wish' _>addy'd tuna," said'.the boy  wistfully, '^wishhe^ci^ tum."V ���������:  Tears sprang to Gay's eyes.  "Maybe he'll come soon, darling."  she comforted; but Julie, with characteristic tactlessness observed:  . .'/And.; most likely he won't. They  was goin* clear to Mason's Falls.  Them hills is awful. That's why she  wantedYNIck to go, I guess/though  I should think she'd ha' stayed at  home, seein' that she wouldn't gw_������ to  her mother-in-law's funeral. 'Taint  no time to be gallivantin' seems to  me. Say I sometimes, Gay, they fight  like cats and dogST���������her an' him." .--".  "You���������you ought not to tell me  about It, Julie," Gay protested,  though, her thoughts Were far away.  "Well, I ain't no gossip, but things  is queer tbere. I ain't married myself,  but.I've cleaned house for most every  married, pair in Bakersville, and I'll  tell the. world" (Julie, who read the  Sunday comics, was nothing if not  modern in ker slang), "that what I  4oa.*t kiipw about married folks, ain't  worth botherin. to find out. Some of  *fem light, 'but most of 'em's got. a  room they call 'our room,' even if it's  got two beds in it 'stead o' one (and  an awful waste o* sheets I call it,  too), but the Hallidays���������they've got  rooms to themselves, and bathrooms  besides. (Glory! ain't that lightin'  fierce?)  ������ai*_ff_   __j.   _._ ^.. _.   _._ -.^= ^-a-.  _-    _____  ������������- ~> s_- uu.e uig room tnax was  Selina Smith's spare chamber -��������� and  the next best is for visitors, only they  don't have any. Mr. Halliday has the  room next to mine, the one in the  ell. It ain't, big, but then, he don't  do nothin' in it but sleep, though  once" (Julie's voice dropped to a mysterious whisper), "once, Gay, and  don't you ever tell this or I'd- lose  my place, I could ha.' sworn' he waa  cryin'! It was late one night, and 1  swear if he'd been a.woman I'd ha'  bet my, last dollar on it. But then  -v-.rVr^-^v.     -^L ���������'  V...;'"'   \K\*f^"t '-'"'pi      -r>"- r-'' ������Y  ���������   ' ���������      <���������'* ���������  Results  !-__���������������*_ -n__' '��������� ������Zv>4a.i*tm*Mm.  ���������������-'  ^uifiENHSiiiiiniiiiiimiimnmnNiNiii  THEIpTY  HIGHWAY   1  -,.%.������������������_������_.. ���������. ������-  CHRISTINE   v\THIT-NQ g  e J>ARMENTI___t -g  1 Copyright 2S28 9  n:.::..r::";:::.-;:;������;i.i..i..ii--i-..i������.fi-iliii������^  CHAPTEaR X.������������������3ont!nued..  "Close the door, Julie: There's a  draught1 through here and it's going  to.rain. What time do yoil expect  Mrs. Halliday? I.suppose she -wanted  you tonight because of her company.  Will they be here to supper?"  "Who? Mis' Halliday ain't got no  company. She an* Nick" (Julie who  had  cleaned  house  for  everyone  in  ���������~_._~.T_>. aaiC     S_uG6     .l-<xC_-      VV&S    6.     iiiiie  boy, ���������wouldn't have deigned to say  "Mr. Hastings"), "started soon as  they et breakfast. Mr. Haliiday's  away. Not comia' back till tomorrow. He's buryin* his ma."  Gay sat down rather weakly on the  stairs.  "I know, but���������but I thought she  had company. I supposed that was  why she didn't go to the funeral."  "You supposed wrong then. I heard  her telT Mr_ HalHda^r that gJtgjiSf^hlir'^^^  Miss Miller, of Croydon, writes.���������  "In gratitude, I feel I must write  and tell you what wonderful benefit  1 have derived from taking a bottle  of your Carter'!. Little Liver Pills,  Having been troubled with indigestion and sick headache for several  months, a friend recommended me  to try your famous pills, with the  results that after the first dose I  was made aware of their very real  tonic value, and felt I had at last  discovered a remedy which performed what it claimed to do."  Take Carter's Little Liver Pills  for the complexion and constipation.  All druggists 250 and 75^ red pkgs.  a-pleasuring���������gone "with another  feller," as Julie put It���������gone with  Nicfc���������-^-  ..���������;;?." (To Be Continued.)' [  little IlelfBs For This Week  ma had never liked her, she didn't  see no reason why she' should.- go. t  felt kind o' sorry for him, because  'twas  plain he was  ffeelin'  bad.  He  been  a "cJat. -Sometiaaes  cats- sound  terrible human."  _ Gay shuddered���������not at Julie's pitiful  disclosure which she  had  heard  said: 'Angela, I'd like you to go. with ] oaaly ?ubconseiously-^not^^ at the light-  me. What will Mary think ?' .Mary's ning, which was very heir, but at the  his sister���������an invalid. She can't walk;   thought that Nick had possibly de  but just then they see-me in the next  room and stopped talkihV"  Gay sat very still on the stairs.  Hor knees felt as though they  wouldn't hold.her up.  "Perhaps," she suggested, "perhaps they were to pick up her friends  at the station."  But   Julie's   answer   dashed  hope.  "_>To,. jthey went .in the small car,  not the new: one. Besides, Mis' Kalli  ceived her. Then she flushed h<Jfc|y at  her own baseness. How could"she" even  for a minute���������-even iii the light of  damning evidence, believe; -such a  thing cf Nick ? Not to save his soul  would he lie to her! There was some  mistake. Perhaps she hadn't heard  right over the wires. For a moment  ���������thla she clung to this solution of the mystery, only to discard it when she remembered how clear his voice' had  sounded,    and   his   laugh.    But    he  .day put up the lunch, and she only wouldn't have laughed like that had  put up enough for two; stuffed eggs, his conscience been guilty. If he had  cold chicken/salad sandwiches (every S.oile with Mrs. Halliday alone, as  one In a separate piece o' paper and Julie seemed so positive/ there was  the crusts sliced off), spice cake, and':'..������������������?; XQ^Vftf**.l>*������ ������? course, which  : v ���������''' >'������ ";".-..������������������.. i he'd  explain.  What were wives  for-  . A flash of lightning and terrific anyway/ if nbt. to trust, wholly- ahd(  crash of thunder interrupted, tittle completely? Slowly sh0 earner back  Nick,: always hervous at any sudden to/tlie present'.tobear Julie say: : - ;-  noise, cried out, and even Sonny, who I "There 1,1 do believe the worst of  hJ_td been taught not to mind, tlie. it's oveijv I'm goin' out and clean up  storms, scuttled close to his mother's  skirts like a frightened chick.  ��������� "Gee!" said Juli< ������'Giad I come  over when I did. Say, let's get out b'  your kitchen. Mis' Haliiday's payln'  for my time so might as well use itj  She don't" want me for anything but  an ornament to her back porch to-  CAIID  JUST ������ taslelew doao of Phillips'  Milk of Muguu^ia iu ytalev. Thai 13 ���������  an nlUnli^ oltectivo, yot hmnm.csf..  It hr������������ been the fltatulard anthaaid  for fiOyohra nmon������physicians everywhere. Ono spoonful will nentr������liaco  nt nnco many \,\mm itn volume in  ixc.Ul. It In tho right wny,'tho e|uihlcj.  {���������lennnnt jonid ofilelont way to kill  ho oxecftfl add., Tins Rtomnch be-  comeH sweet, tlio paint depnrt������. You  sro happy a#nln in ftvo mlnutnti,  Don't liuiiciid ou crude iaull������uui-.  Employ- the beat w������y- yet.ovoTvccl  in nl! ib'e years of s������itrcli3ng. Thaf;  is Phillii>n*"Mnk:of' Mnftneaia.  Bo sure, to get the genuino  PhiIHp������f Milk or Magneam pro-  ficribocl by phyaicinnt. for SO years  in correclmff cxcchu ncid.u  Hcmemher���������--tho ������onuino it. alt*  ways a liquid. It cannot bo mndo in  tablet form. Look for the name  Phillips*. 11 fa always on the wrapper  for your pretention. Drug., tores  <oVw. ywl.u.ro luivo iko 50- botlkiu  day. How do you like my hair this  way, Gay? It's the latest style."  "I���������I don't think I've got used to it  yet," Gay answered, feeling, in spite  of her foreboding thoughts, an hysterical desire to laugh.  "I'm savin' up for a permanent  wave," said Julie. "Then It won't look  so straggly. That's what Mis' Halliday'does to 3iers= ?3avj wju'd oT,orlst  to see the truck oz. her bureau!  spends enough time an' money fussin'  with it! It takes.her more'n an hour  alone to fee her nails."  "I shouldn't think they'd ever need  fixing,'*- said Gay discouragedly, as  she looked down at ber own brown  hands. Even the month at Uncle Sim's  had not entirely obliterated the scars  of toil. Nick had once said that her  hands were beautiful. They were  beautiful no longer���������fend Mrs. Haliiday's were soft and white. Was- Nick,  perhaps, looking at them now, clasped lightly in her lap, and thinking ���������-  comparing ....  "Now, Sonny," Julie was saying  briskly as site looked from the window, "that storm's most over. I'm  goin' to. help your ma, and you just  stand here by the window, and if you  see your pa and Mfe' Halliday ride  up, you rim an* tell" me ah* I'll scoot  home.and let 'em in the front door."  "Oh, Julie," said Gay uneasily, "I  mustn't let you use Mrs. Haliiday's  time to do my work.'V :  "Now look her," said Julie sensibly,  facing Gay with a hand on either  hip, "a fair .exchange ain't no robbery. If; Nick- was home he'd be help-  ni' you clean up and unpack, or he's  changed .some from the boy his Aunt  3Siettie trained lip. And if he's drivin'  Mis' Haliiday's car for her, it won'.t  hurt nobody for me to sweep the dust  out b' your kitchen. Men folks is terrible, careless housekeepers���������the be^t  of 'em. Now you run along and make  the beds, and Sunday or no Sunday,  I'll slick; up down here. Mis' Halliday won't ever know a thing about it  ;~-not from me anyway."  ���������'������������������"��������� The lightning had almost ceased,  but it still rained drearily, and the  house .was. dark. Gay glanced at the  clock. It waa nearly six, and her babj/  nodded. - , ,  "j'ii give him, some milk and put  hii_di to bed now, Julie," she said, "and  by the,time he's off Soriny'll be ready  for the night. You're good to help me,  but���������rbut I'd hate to have Mrs. Halliday And you hero."  - "Sho won't And me.!,* Julie was removing/her cuffs and turning back  her skirt; "I declare, this ain't no costume for cloanin', but it's sort o' nifty, don't you think, Gay ? I������������������"  . VMan tumln',"  called Sonny from  his watch tower.  Julie and Gay both turned to ting  window to see a taxi stopping boforo  the house next door, ������������������..'.  '  "Glory!" came breatlilessly from  Julio, "it's him! She didn't expect him  till tomorrow, I got to run. Whnt'll  ho think when I toll him bIio's been  off all, day with another, feller ? Sorry.  I can't, stay, Gay; but likely he'll  want;some supper. Iff tho storm gets  worse again I'll run'over, I .  ;   .   ."  Julie was still talking ns alio ran  put the door and through tho gap in  the hedge. Gay, watching In a pofcrl-  fleci silence, amv' JamdH ilnlllday take  out a latch key and open his front  door. Suddenly she vielqjioclthc lonely ho-)i<_-ooininB of tor hia mil errand  ������������������^oho remomberod .lulio's diaclosure  of those sounds in the night that  "might have been a cat," and now,  to come home to ilnd .iIh wife gone  ���������ii iw iiiiTOinwwiiiiiiiiinniiii, v_,.i::������.^:::".i.i_.yii;;iij;~.,.'^,,i.r'j'-:''.'.:'''^l'i'-'.' '.'."!L"^.i"*-'*',_i?'"*.*i  W.   N.    U.    1076 j  ^m Thy light shall we see ligM.'^--  Psalm _c__i_vi. 9.      . ',"."..]''���������''  We, older children grope our .'way '..'������������������  Frbni dark behind to dark before;  And only when our bands we lay,  Dear Lord, in Thine, the night is; day,  And there is darkness nevermore.  Reach downward to the sunless days,  Wherein our guides are blind as we,  And faith Is small and hope delays;.  Take Thou the hands of prayer we  :.- .raised-.  And let us feel the light of Thee.  ���������John Greenleaf Whittier.  A man who looks toward the light  sees no shadow; a man who waiks  toward. tbe light leaves darkness behind him. People get in darkness by  turning away from the light. They  Mde in obscure corners; they bury  themselves in nooks, where the Sun  of Righteousness" cannot reach, tbean;  they close their blinds and shutters,  and wonder that they have no light.  A house may be dark, but it is not  tiie fault of the sun. A soul may be  dark, but it is not because the Light  off the World does not shed beams  abroad.���������Armory.  Winnipeg Building Permits  - The total of Greater ^W____iijpeg  building permits for the year 1930,  amounted to $9,235,-57. which; includes the cities of Winnipeg and St.  Boniface, and seven municipalities.  Constipated Children  Constipation is one off the most  common ailments of childhood and  the child suffering from it positively  cannot thrive. To keep the little one  well the bowels must be kept regular and the stomach sweet. To do  this nothing can equal xsaby's Own  Tablets. They are a mild but thorough laxative; are pleasant to take  and can be given to the ~new-born  babe with perfect safety. Thousands  of mothers use no other medicine for  their little ones but Baby's Own Tablets. They are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Go.,  Brockville, Ont.   ;.      .    _"  ANY CHILD  WE can never be sure just what  makes a child restless, but  the remedy can always be the same.  Good! old Castoria t There's comfort  in every drop of this pure vegetable  preparation, and not the slightest  fearm in its frequent use. As often as  your, child has a fretful spell, is  feverish, or cries and can't sleep, let  Castoria soothe and quiet him. Sometimes it's & touch of colic. Sometimes  constipation. .Or diarrhea���������a con-  d-ilca that should always jbe checked  without delay. Just keep Castoria  Lahdy, and give it promptly. Belief  will follow very promptly; iff it.  doesn't,, you should call a physician.  m������MMMi!M������  War-Time Parcel Delivered  India Will   Enter   Ex_iibit  India will exhibit at the World's  Grain Exhibition and CoB-ereaice.-. in  Regina in .1932,. according to word re-  ceived from Mi S.-A. Hydari, I.S.C..  secretary Of ?tbe:Imperial. Council of  Agricultural ^Research, New Delhi,  conveyed -through the office of His  Excellency 'the Viceroy. GraiM and  fodder crops will .constitute the display.  ears Ago Was Be-  turned To Se*-der"  To receive a piarcel posted to hSm  15 years ago was the novel experience  at Winnipeg, recently, of Pipe-Major  Alex. Cameron,    of   Transcona. Fifteen years ago a small tin bos of  cigarettes was mailed to Mr. Cam*  eron, then serving in Flanders wlthi  the famous Black Watch Regimemt.  After many months of travel through  the numerous base post offices ln war-  torn France and Flanders,  tbe parcel  eventually  was  returned  to W.  Connor, the original sender.  Recognized as a    leading    speciflt,  for the destruction, of worms, Mother  Graves'    Worm    Exterminator     has  proved a boom to  suffering childaren'  evei^Fwfaerei It seldom falls.  .  Montreal Fur Auction  The recent fur auction, of the Cana-  .dtan Fur Auction Sales Company in.  Montreal, was pronounced satisf&o  tpry as to demand and values. A total  off 9,-47 fox skins were sold at *tt  average price of 553.07.  Prompt relief from  HEADACHES, SORE  THROAT. LUMBAGO  RHEUMATISM, '.NEURITIS*  NEURALGIA, COLDS,  ACHES and   PAINS  DOES NOT HARM  THE HEART  TRADE-M AW K llCCl.  Accept only 4fA.npiriri" pewkaffo which contnlrui proven dlroct.onu.  Hatnlsr  "Aupirui" iioju-ti ol 1Z uwluia. Aim wi������ULwi ol M and 1(K>���������Ail drum imlm* THE  CB.ESTO-C  BEVIES  LOb *_       w-w -3  oca.1 and ITersoiial  Gordon McFhail, principal of Kitchener public school, was a weekend visitor  with Creston friends.  Admission  vv-  Owing to the higher cost of  Talking and Sound Pictures  we find that we are forced to  slightly raise our prices,  as  f-Ol...   iuikjuo,  j. _G. Rodgers was a business visitor at  Nelson the fore part of the week.  FOR RENT���������Five-room house* partly  furnished,   G. J. Bayle, North port, Wash.  WANTED���������Secondhand kitchen stove  small size, state price, Otto Kockott,  Creston.  Mrs. S. A.. Speers left on Monday on  a visit with her son, Harold, and other  friends at Trail.  FOR SALE���������Five-room house and five  lots, about 25 fruit trees. G. J. Bayle,  Northport, Wash, j  FOR SALE���������One R.O.P. White Leghorn cockerel, Darbey & Son strain, $2.  V. Mawson, Creston.  Vital statistics for January recoirui five  births, no marriages and one death. Of  the newcomers three were girls.  COWS FOR SALE���������Young Jersey  cow, milking, and Jersey heifer 10  months old.   Rofot. Stark, Creston.  POTATOES FOR SALE���������For seed or  table use* Green Mountain variety, $1.50  sack delivered.     .Percy iJoifey, Creston,  LOST���������On Saturday, January 31st,  somewhere m the village' green silk  square s-earf. Leave at postoffice and  receive reward. ���������4;  POTATOES FOR SALE���������Netted  Gems, good for seed or table use, $1*60  per 100lbs., delivered in town.   John R  -������____. ���������  VQ_t_  -vasiv  All interested in the public library  should be out for the meeting in the  town hall on Saturday afternoon at 3  o' clock. XJuless more support is forth-  coming thati in the past two years the  library will be closed.  United Church  Rev. R. E. CRIBB, B.A., Minister.  rrw. _  me  Mrs. A. L.  MePhee  visitor here this week a guest of her son,  Page   MePhee,   pilot   of  the   W.     M.  Archibald plane.  Rehearsals commenced this week on  Trinity United Church dramatic club's  "Are Y$u a Mason," which will be  presented early in March.  Announcement    is    made     of     the  marriage of Miss Mary V. Busk of  Creston to Noel J. Aronald Wallinger at  Calgary, Alberta, on Saturday, January  31st.  The mild weather that featured January is continuing on into February  despite Foster's prediction that the first  half of this month was to be decidedly I  cold.  ADULTS . . . +  CHILDREN, 2/gJS8  CHILDREN^1* *  ��������� SOc.  . 60c.  .    25c.  JVo Children [except aabies  in armsg 2 years and under)  admitted free.  CHILDREN with 25c.TICKETS  when not accompanied by their  parents must occupy the front  row seats.  Rev. M. Daly, pastor of the United  Church, Rossland, was a Friday visitor  at Creston, a guest of Rev. B. E. Cribb.  Mr. and Mrs. St Denis of Canal Flats:  arrived at the end of the week" on a visit  with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mr?.  John Pendry.  Cash revenues collected at Creston  office of, the provincial police for January  totalled $3560, of which amount  $3489.50 was paid in for auto licenses.  Police court revenues were just under  $35.  y  *  *���������  "*���������  m  ft  ���������  6-  h  M_h________4_l*  ���������   ������������������������_������.  A.__���������   ifr.   __���������_>,���������   ���������_���������__���������__���������  ���������   ���������_..__���������   __.   .   ft,   .    ���������,        __.__������������������__������������������__,.__,___.  Everyone Likes Good  ������JJ       m,  fa Stiff  jnr:  %/*V*V e  Toangs  _ ������1fl  l_.t_.V__  are appr-  give a LaKting satisfaction. Dependable quality at right price holds  customers. People like to deal at a  store where tliey know that if for  any cause they find any article not  to their liking all they have "to do is  to notify us and we will gladly make  it right.  >  ������  \  Oreston V  CRESTGB  Co  Two Stores  hhlli  ER1CKS0H  ���������-<!__��������� A iui^i 11  11 A 1 -_-_��������� -ft i -H. - ___! 1 -^���������#-iiA_ii-l-i-i_f_iiA������4>i-f% r *~..__K r llh r .*-���������-frr l*-iA . 1^-f^t_frf-1*tiftA-  *S5&tE������$??(7i?^^ "i^_3__n  s33B5_������^._i  SPECIAL   OFFERING!  FOR SALE (or will trade for hay) ���������  Set bobsleighs, in good shape. Wood  sawing outfit without engine. Also coal  heater. C. Hpllm (J. Hobden ranch),  Cre ton.  FOR SALE3���������Garage, $50, and frame  barn. $150. both situated at rear o! Mrs,  J.   F.   Rose   residence.      Apply  S.   A.  Speers,   executor    estate    J.   F.   Rose.  Creston..  St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church  Ladies' Auxiliary announce their St.  Valentine tea at Mra. Henderson's  Saturday, February 14th. 3 to 8.30 p.a).  All welcome.  FOR SALE OR RENT���������40 acres, all  cinder cultivation and every foot irrigated; if desired can be had in 10 or 20-acre  tracts. Apply to owner, E. NOUGUIER,  Canyon, B C.  Erickson Ladies' Guild of Christ  Church are having a St. Valentine tea  and sale of cooking at the home of Mrs.  Frank Putnam on Wednesday afternoon,  3 to 5.30 o'clock.  So great was the Saturday morning  rush, for bread at Frasers* bakery that  the supply ran out before noon. Same  price will prevail to-morrow but the  supply wiil be larger.  All who have entered appeals against  the village assessment are reminded of  the court of revision which .sits on  Monday morning at the town hall,  commencing at 10 o'clock.  FOR SALE���������4 geese, 7 ducks, 1 milch  cow, to freshen March Istr team horses,  weight 2 700 lbs.; household, furniture and  fairly complete. line farm implements.  A. E. Hurry, West Creston,  The C.P.R. siding formerly used by  Putnam, Palmer & Staples, Limited, is  beginning to __11 up with railway ties,  which are coining in from the Samuelson  operations at West Creston.  Quite a number from town were at  Lister on Tuesday night for the February meeting of the local post of the  Canadian Legion, which was in charge  of President W. V. Jackson.  The local Masonic Lodge has  approp  riated Wednesday evening next, 11th, for  the annual at home when the members  will    entertain   their  wives  and  lady  friends at bridge in the lodgeroorn.  LOST���������On   Kootenay flats dark red  heifer, 2 years old, branded 55 on left  ribs, hole in left ear. Reward to party  giving information leading to recovery.  John R. Miller,  (Alice Siding), CreBton.  The village council meets in February  session on Monday night at which the  1931 assessment roll will be confirmed  and this year's tax notices will be issued.  The 1931 rate is the old reliable 12  mills.  jrresoytery 01 jvootenay of tne  Presbyterian Church in Canada will  have its regular spring meeting in St.  Stephen's Church, Creston on February  17th, at 2.30 p.m. Ministers and elders  from all parts are expected.  The Girls' Go Getter Club of Trinity  United Church are having a silver tea at  the home of Mrs J. L. Rogers on Saturday, February 14th, from 2.30 to 5  o'clock.   There will be a muHtcal pro-I  E,iaiuuic, auuau cue luni/CU.  To-night's social attraction is the  bridge in the Parish Hall under the  auspices of the Erickson ladies' committee, with the proceeds to go to  CreBton public hospital. The admission  is 50 cents, and cards at 8.15 prompt,  Creston board of trade has ita| Febr-  j uary meating on Tuesday nigbt, A big  j membership is hoped for this year, as in.  11.00 a.m.���������WYNNDEL.  4.00 p.m.���������CANYON.  7->������r_ Z*         _r������T_ijBiiaC!irH_r__T-X  ���������-TmliT--i ������.������ pilfer -**-r^- ^--������*** - _**___..-**-__��������� At _. _^_-_������e. .������.���������������*. ,..-*% - A-A ���������._-.... _*__���������*'  1  i  May or June Creston will be the convention centre for the Associated Boards  of Trade of Eastern British Columbia.  Monday was groundhog day���������tbe day  the bear comes out to size up the  weather. As the day was cloudy thoughout  it is presumed bruin was unable to see  his shadow and has remained abroad in  the land, indicating that winter is now  over.  Creston and District Women's Institute meet in February session on Friday  afternoon next, 13th. With all the  members enrolled in January due to  each bring, along a new member, an  interesting session is looked for  Striking the 1931 committees will be the  chief business,  TRY G..R SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE !T  SERVICE TO  ALL  CABS  GAS,  OIL and  ACCESSORIES.  REBORING and  VALVE GRINDING  with up-to-date  machinery  -   ���������    M-i  4  4  &~_/<g  your Motor  new life I-���������������������������������������������  ifiOfOFS  Canyon. St. at Barton Ave  rrfrvvy  . vvr'VT**'  fe^iiia3!Bte������iJIi_^SBBtei������Ui:  Clearance Sale o  ONLY  Size 27 x 54 inches  Bright colors  PRICED TO CLEAR  Pre-Stoek- taking  f  Men's SUITS &  OVERCOATS  MEN will find here an opportunity  decidedly uncommon. Tailoring and  eare_2n_ma!dng mark these SUITS and  as  of unusual worth in  GVEE.CO A'jl o  every instance.  COIVIPANY,   LTD.  :,*-SfcYY"-wb-*:;:;^^^  Last   Saturday  we   ran   out   of  Bread before noon and disappointed     many    customers.  Wo will have a larger supply  this week and again offer a  Saturday Moraine  Special!  FEB. 7th.  8 a.m. to NOON ONLY  5 loaves for 25c.  CASH  REGULAR PRICE  2 for 15c*  4 for 25c.  Eraser's Bakery  CRESTON  Included in the assortment are fine Blue  Grey Serge Suits and Tweed Overcoats.  Exceptional value. Regular stock at $35.00.  We &re offering these Suits to clear at the  low price of  24.75  OVERCOATS at $14.50 and $22.50  ______^__________l ______-__-_aW-t___l \���������\\ MaW jQgnflH^.  11. Mmmmml       J_L__a__V      __L^^k-  t������  Dry Goods? Groceries.    PHONE 3    Furmture9Hdrdware  mmmm*mmmmmmmmm  ���������;*wiiM������f������-;-, ��������� 't������\\\ iw4_:>, '.'������i������i i������������c. ,,-=>muiiaH.  mm*m^mmm^mnmmfa**mf*m0m*r*mtmm^  ���������   4  t  Greston Blacksmith; Plumbing &  :  Heating Company  :=_=___-  Can supply you with anything you  need   in   the   General  Blacksmith,  Plumbing and Heating line.  Wo carry n complete line of Bathroom Fixtures in stock*  Baths, Toilets, Bnsinu, Sinks, Range Boilers, Pipes  and tiny kind of Fitting, Eavctrongh, Soil  Pipes,  , VilfmctS uiiu Ti3e Drain Pipes, ocv.  In the BLACKSMITH line we give you the very heat  of sew ice, aa we have the Stock, we have the Tools,  and we have the men who can do-the work.  Srri3.133_N8TEMJI> & REED  _������..____*._ ____._._J______fc.....___. .. _1_ r ___ . A^ f J^...r|_|. ft n!lfa f nfffiT Ml ^ft i A,ft Mmmm Aiiii'Ah irtiiimrifr t _t- - 1*i i A' Ti*L * i*"i'it       (f -.--- -i- ������������������!-*-. -.A r.f*..+ m^^tam^Mt^tfa^ ������ j*

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