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Creston Review Mar 13, 1931

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 Provitus^^^^  I  ������������������'l*\*8$&.:  (J  JL 11 1 lj  xr   V CPU.  _a._ir-_.j__L.  CRESTON. B.C., FRIDAY,  MARCH 13,  1931  Test Fire Alarm  Saturday Noon  Council Asks Citizens Report on  Efficiency of Bell Alarm���������$277  Accounts Paid���������Water Serviee  on Barton Avenue Discussed  The March session of Creston village  council was featured by water supply  matters. Reeve P. H. Jackson presided,  and Councillors Edmondson and Henderson were in attendance. February payroll was one cf the smallest in several  years, the total accounts ordered paid  running to only $277.  Eight residents on Barton Avenue  submitted a petition asking for a larger  water main on that thoroughfare and  the installation of one or more hydrants  for fire protection. They complain that  with the present main pipe it is almost  impossible at times for. residents at the  upper end to secure water if the resid-  SiiiiD ai t*_*e &Gwer eni_ are using tne *wa������uer  to any extent. They ask for at least a  two-inch main. The matter will be referred to the waterworks company.  The council was in receipt of a letter  the meeting to discuss the sale of about  800 feet o������ frontage on Canyon, street in  order to enable the council to widen out  that thoroughfare the full length of the  Romano & T'alerico ranch to a degnh in.  ten feet. As no agreement could be  reached as to the purchase price of the  strip the matter had to stand over to a  later date.  The    C.P.R.    wrote   accepting   the  council's check for $7 in full payment  for seven lots owned by t :e company on  the west side of town. There was also a  letter from a Mr. Rayson of Golden asking for specific information in connection with town financing and management. Golden has an idea it ought to  incorporate as a village.  Endorsation was given a resolution  passed at the recent convention of the  B.C. Municipalities' Association which  will amend the Village Act so as, to give  villages the same powers aa other  municipalities in levying taxes on railways and tramways, the pole lines of  telegraph, telephone, power and light  companies, as well as gas, water and  irrigation companies.  G. L. Parkins and Wayne Rdbinson of  Lebanon. Oregon, are at M7 ranch whieh  Mr. Parkins will be in charge of for Mr.  Enlow, who has taken over from Chester  Paulson  Mrs. Wm. Slean and young son are  here from Cranbrook, on a visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs, Molander.  Mrs. Charles Anderson and son, Curt,  who have been in town for the last few  days packing, up their household goods  for Columbia Lake where Charles Anderson is now in permanent charge of the  C.P.R. section. We are sorry to lose  them and wish them all success in their  new home.  scoring, "No Tricks" having a higher  value than No Trumps The total score  of the men was somewhat the highest.  with prize scores going to Mrs. G. Huseroft and Frank Baker  Huseroft section had another serious  Are on Friday night when the home of  Sam Demchuk was completely destroyed  and very little of the effects were saved.  The blaze occurred between 9 and 10  o'clock, apparently from defective stovepipes or chimney. There is some insurance, the adjuster being here on Tuesday  in that connection. Mr. Demchuk takes  this means af expressing hi* thanks to all  who turned, out and did everything  possible to save the house and contents.  Board Protests  Twicnr Transfer  wicrfr  99   .__. _"i_._._i.^��������� ���������___._������_j _.#  trOiu vicstuu uwuu ui  _.ra������_e  8s_r_ng  -V_>  ������(*JY_  council to use their endeavors to bave a  new 10-inch main laid through the  business section of the town and more  hydrants to give better fire protection,  and lower insurance rates. The board  will be advised that the matter is not  within the jurisdiction of the council but  if the new main is laid certainly the  council will co- operate to the extent of  providing the hydrants.  W. B. Martin and E. H. Pridham  were given permission to lay a 1 J-6-inch  pipe across Cemetery Road to their  ranches in that locality. They are  needing this accommodation in order to  ^w*^n������rt^tlk;$h^  . East Creston Irrigation system.     ' :    '".  F. Romano and son, Frank, were at.  governor-in-eoaneil had approved of the  Dairy By-Law recently enacted hy the  vi lage and which provides for regular  inspection and the general sanitary condition of the premises of all who sell  milk   in   the   village.   The   legislation  prOY2u.es tii2.t Sal ii_____ SG_d wUSt b������ up to  standard of 3 J4 per cent, butter fat,  and S^ per cent, milk solids other than  butterfat.  The new town bell has now been installed. This is to be used used specially  for fire alarm purposes and a tryout of  Insist District Agriculturist Office  Remain Here���������Boswell Visit  Arranged for 18th ��������� Rowboat  for Ferry���������Road Matters.  -ii i j_  in uc uiauc  o.i...js__  12 to 1 o'clock noon. Citizens are  asked to be on the alert for the alarm  and the council? will appreciate hearing  from all interested as whether the fire  alarm effect was satisfactory.  Ganyota City  A. D Pochin of Nelson is spending a  few days here looking after some spring  work on the ranch.  Y  The United Church Ladies' Aid report  an intake of $15   at   their, social   and  supper at the hall on Saturday evening.  Mr. Elwell, who has been occupying  the Kemp ranch here for some months  past, left fpr Calgary, Alberta, this week.  The Kemp ranch is reported sold to  John Bedry, who r takes possession  immediately. The pSaee is on the  McLfeod Road, and.-backs the McRobb  ranch.  The Farmers' Institute are having  social evening at the^ hall on Saturday.  A feature will be a talk on First  Aid by  Dr. Henderson of Creston.  COWS FOR SALE���������Two Registered  J^rsfej/_S TB^stesl, ^ust freshened. Also  Jersey br.il e-ne year old, eligible for  registration.    G. Cartwright, Erickson.  In the effort to secure funds to free  the hosbiftal of its opening debt of  $2400 the executive meets up with a  sort of conscientious objector who insists on having an answer to the  question, "Will the hospital pay?"  And we submit the answer to-the���������  question is to enquire, "Do we want  the hospital to pay'"���������in the way the  questioner looks at the matter. "  In order that a hospital will pay in  the dollars and cents way it will be  necessary for more than a few of us  to meet up with serious accidents, to  be laid up with serious illnesses, or  ailments that require hospital care  and attention.  Surely no one wants that port of  misfortune to befpll anyone���������and it  less than three months since January  1st at which time we were wishing  everyone else a healthy new year?  A family man of modest income  (name supplied if desired), who some  months ago had to go to Cranbrook  for an appendicitis operation tells us  thai had he been able to be operated  on nt Croston Hospital' e would have  saved at least $50.  He reckons that much extra had to  belaid out to provide transpor ation  to and from the hospital for himself  nnd wlfo nnd the atter's board in  Cranbrook for a few days after the  operation, and other incidental  expenses.  Too, had tho local hospital boon  open ut the lime ht. could have had  visits and attentions from friends  that are always welcome, but seldom  forthcoming when away from home.  Utilizing unofficial figures wo ' be-  liovo it Ib safe to say ihe hospital expend,, up to $400 a month In salaries  to mirKPi., 1-ojjf.pUrnj.nr' mul in' the  purehnFio of hospital necessities of one,  sort nnd another Tho greater part of  thla flndR its way into buEiinooa  Iiousob of tho town.  Frlendt. from outaide Creaton who  come to the hospital to vinlt patients  probably apond f_6mofhlr.g during  their stay.  Tlvwv nation!; who HftvoH up to $50  by having his appendix taken out  here rather than at Cranbrook. has  that much extra capital to disburse  after or during his recovery.  And instead of an out-of town  doctor collecting the medical fees  this monetary consideration also is  available for local expenditure.  %382-ssasr  Vic.   Grundy  of   Crowsnest  Sirdar visitor last week.  was  Miss Isabelle Genest of Nelson, "was a  visitor with M_ra?__^B__}Heap last-:week.  Mrs.   Rogers   and   Mrs.   Heap  a   Sunday  Armstrong of  Sirdar friends  for  Less than a month ago a three year  old Creston resident was taken with  acute appendicitis. The seriousness  of his condition was not fully realized  until late that- particular Sunday  evening. With the appendix trouble  the boy also, had whooping cough.  Nothing but an immediate operation  would save the day. Had there been  no hospital at Creston the boy might  have survived a drive over the almost impassable roads to Craubrook.  Rut every minute was precious.  About midnight he was on the  operating table at Creston public  hospital. The treacherous appendix  was removed and the little- fellow is  now getting about, well on the way to  oldtime vigor.  Does the hospital pay?  And this i������ only ono of a number of  equally s or ious cases of this or a  similar nature as satisfactorily handled by tho Croston hospital and the  efficient medical service it affords.  Of course, kind reader, this was not  your boy, and ybu may not bo  directly concerned with any of tho  other eases we have referred to, but  to-monw you may bo equally un-  iortu nate. M iatortune ia no respector  of portions  WiU tho hospital pay ?  A hospital is very much like  irrigation, JWob dy wants it to quit  mining, but If a dry spell does come  tjhore'n nothing like having the water  ���������ov������.n fti-$_. nn nere. And in ease- of  accident or Illness its mighty nice to  know ofllelont hdspital care _b to bo  had in Creaton,  No community Investment yields  divldonda equalling those of n  hospital, Lot us have your donation  this tn nth;'if you can mtdce It, and  might we ovor bo respectfully BUggoBt  a life momborflh.p at $20, Thank  you.  were  visitors with Mrs. Lewis at Boswell last  week, making the trip by auto.  Norman     Lawritz     was  visitor here from Nelson.  Mr. and Mrs. Charlie  Creston were calling on  on Sunday.  Arthur Dibben left on Thursday  Nelson on a business visit,.  Dick Dennes of Trail is a visitor  his family here this week.  R. Bleumenauer and son were Nelson  visitors over the weekend.  O. W. Humphrey of Nelson was a  business visitor here on Tuesday lost.  Mr. Ruinet of Spokane was a  business visitor at Sirdar on Tuesday  and Wednesday.  'mHfyBBffssS&B  Miss A- Davis, who has been holidaying with tier sister at Riondel, returned  home last week.  . Mrs. M. Young of Creston was a  visitor with her daughter, Mrs. Rumsey,  last week.  TJ.    "FV__rs___ O? thi* ������-fcfi** ������-������e +1*a    ioon.S*t_i(.  Xfc.   ���������p  *J>_._b-_   VII    lfU\.   _._������������__    ������_>������.    ....������*     ^.u_ww.a������vU  Growers. Nelson, is home for a couple of  months.  Remember the K.K. Klub masquerade  on Tuesday, March 17th. Al. Fredericks' orchestra.  Creston,- Canyon and Erickson were  quite well represented at th3 dance "n  the Recreation Company hall on Friday  night under the auspices of- Wynndel  Wqmen';s Institute, for which rnusie was  provided by the Al. Fredericks'  orchestra.   During   the   evening   there  tifo a      *tm    fftw������������yr_-7T v. rr     -F#*i������      ������a      A j-.11      ^oflFl ^_rl       f\r\  tiug        ������>*     ������*������ ** wm -������*-*{���������)        *-v__ mm        taw**,        *mmiw<w w _-���������  which the winning ticket was held by  Mrs. S. Gregory.  The K.K. Klub meeting last week was  one of the best���������snap - all the way  through. Sack races were won by Miss  A. Lewis and Walter Johnson. Cracker  eating and whistling was won by Miss  .A..- Ravis and-.._3LQ|ner._ Wonderful  trunk "contest was -waft - by Mrs.  Slingsby and A. Hagen. Rabbit, with  an .all day sucker as prize, caused great  merriment, as also did the men's dressing  race. Each man had to don whatever  goods were in the parcel he received and  many and varied were the articles, The  prize went to Fred Hagen. The nausie  was first-class; local talent and Al.  Fredericks at the drums, and the supper  was excellent.  ft Sice Siairiff  Smista*  Jas. Duncan, who is in charge of the  c okhouse at Washout Creek road camp,  spent the weekend at his ranch here.  Rev. C. Baase of Creston was here on  Sunday afternoon for Lutheran Church  service.  The Community Society have their  next meeting on Saturday, March 21st,  with Miss Curtie and R.' Stevens the  committee in charge of arrangements  Travel In this section is much better  since the government road grader was  put over them last week, '"Copper" Botterill handling the , tractor, and Jack  Brown at the grador controls.  A party of 14 local citizens left on Sunday for Washout Creek, where thoy ex-.  poet to remain 'until the end of the  month oh road construction.  W. K. Board left nt the end of the  week for Vancouver on a business visit.  A mooting of all the settlors fa called  for tonight to dincdflu watjorwo^s district  matters, and the district "nhhual meeting  will be hold Saturday evening. Col. Fred  Lister's tor as trustee has expired, and  R. T. Millner has resigned, sol there aro  two trustee*, to elect, ;i  Tho Community Society had nnothor  novelty bridge on Saturday night which  was attended by'nix tables oi. players  Tho men oppoBud tho bullet., and Bomo  new foaturea wore In  evidence in    ho  Miss Rose Seaver of Spokane is a  visitor here at present with her grand  parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Robert Stewart.  Mr and Mrs. A. Krygsveld and  ifamily moved the latter part of the week  to the Lamont place on Goat River  bottom along the K.V. Up to the  present no one has moved on the Rose  ranch which the Krygsveld's have  operated the past year.  Fred Baker of Yahk was a weekend  visitor at the homo of Mr. and Mre.  John Kelly.  Mr. and Mrs. John Parkin, who ha. e  been visiting with the former's parents,  Mr. and Mra. J. W. Parkin, returned to  Lethbridge, Alberta, at the end of thc  week.  The government rock crusher has been  shifted a little further west on the highway at the Constable-ranch, and is  expocted to commence operating this  week.  Alice Siding has the goods that indicate the spring ia unusually early.  Daffodils and tulips are in bloom at the  Ostrensky ranch.  Mr, and Mrs. Willis wero lust week's  hoata to tho surpriBO party crowd when  a party of about 30 happened along to  paea tho ovoning pleasantly at dancing  to music by Ralph ICrygsvolcf, harmonica. Tom and Bob Marshall,  nccordeon and drums respectively, and  a fine lunch nt midnight.    .  Word fronts Gloverdalo Is to the effect  that W. A. .Pca.e in raak.njs progress  with tho erection of n now houno on hia  property there. Hnndwny i������ ' n little  slow, however, duo to heavy fog# in ono  of which, In hia hurry to make speed,  W. A. put several Hlabn of Gyproc on the  roof and ahlnglod "up half the kilelum  before the mlat eloarcd and he' was able  to dim cover hin mintako,  The feature item of business at the  March meeting of Creston board of trade  Tuesday evening was the decision to  enter a vigorous protest with the minister of agriculture against the transfer  of C.B-Twigg, district agriculturist, to  Cranbrook, which is arranged for April  1st. Under the new arrangements Mr.  Twigg will be in charge of all the  territory from Sirdar to the Alberta  boundary and from Canal Fiats to the  U.S. boundary. Mr. Delisle, formerly-  stationed at Cranbrook, has been shifted  to the Peace River country.  Announcement was made that the get-  acquainted visit to Boswell will be made  on Wednesday, March 18th, which date  is satisfactory to Boswell. A letter was  also received from the local Masonie  Lodge giving the board permission to  use the lodgeroom for sessions of the-,  Associated Boards of Trade convention,  in May.  There were two letters from the  minister of public works in reply to  requests made him at the February-  meeting. A rowboat is to be carried  alongside the Kootenay River ferry in  future, and assurance is given that the  Kuskanook-Gray Creek road is fast-  being put in shape and that the ferry to  handle this season's auto traffic over that-  highway will certainly be available at an  early date.  The village council wrote   that  they  had nothing to do with putting in a new  10-inch    water  main   in   the  business  section, but were in   favor   of  the improvement, on the completion of which .  the council would  supply   all   the   hydrants necessary to give adequate fire  protection  and   thus   reduce  insurance  rates."  In reply to the boarda's letter to the  seed branch of the departments of  agriculture at Victoria and Ottawa,  answers were to the effect that only  inspection of seed grain entering Canada  was now provided at Vancouver. A  copy of the Idaho regulations will be  sent the departments and ask that something similar be enforeed especially for  the protection of the seed pea growing  industry.  The attention of the board was called  to some tourist association maps of the  province that did not show Creston  thereon. The secretary will write auto  assocEatsons at various points asking  that this oversight be remedied.  The meeting was well attended, and  was in charge of President Col.  Mallandaine. Three new members were  added to the roll. They are Reeve Ij\,  H. Jackson, R. A. Palfreyman and Sam  Steenstrup.  SPRING  MILLINERY  Latest Styles and Shapes in a  wide range ofsis.es on sale  Friday and Saturday  Stiffen 2D~21  at  Vic. Mawson's Store  This will be your oniy chance  this Reason  to personally  select  your bat.     Don't  miss it,  PS. e. MAWSON THE   REVIEW,   CRESTOK,   _B    a  F������ sSsS_______   4tm&������,#%k   ggg  Sp^Sg������   e_E_������^___  irMfflTT'    **w^*mm*%*aw-   mLvmmv   mWmvmm     wBBV  most effiioiraUe  Yellow label Salada 6������ ������t������ a lb  Brown label Salada 1������ets alte  *i_?������a_  Canada's Fine Record  Respect For The Law  Views entertained by people with respect to the majesty of the law  seem to be divided into two main classes���������those who regard the laws of  their country as having been enacted primarily for the protection of the  rights and liberties of the people, and, in the second group, those who act  aa if they considered all laws an infringement upon their rights and a denial  of liberty to which they feel themselves entitled.  Spe-aklng in a large and general sense, the former view is entertained  and upheld in Great Britain, while the second view apparently animates a  very large percentage of the people of the United States. Public conception  of tha functions of the law in Canada is divided between these two groups.  Canada's judicial system, its code of laws, and its ideals and methods of law  enforcement, are based on the laws of England, and have come down to us  through the centuries, with precedent buiit upon precedent. But, on the  other band, living next door to the bigf republic, and with a daily intercourse  whieh is iiot possible ts. the same extent with. Great Britain, our people are  naturally and insensibly influenced and affected by the prevailing trend of  thought across the line-  Public concepts of the functions of law are the foundations upon which  a nation is reared. It is, therefore, of vital importance that those concepts  be sound and firmly established in the minds and ideals of the people.  Throughout the United. States today no one thing is causing public men,  and the more seriously minded portion of the people, greater concern than  the bresMng-down of law in that country. Apart from, the disastrous effect  on the morale of the people, it is costing them in dollars and cents more  than all the taxation imposed by governments, both Federal and State.  The trouble with the "United States is that people have developed the  People    Have    Adequate    Protection  Through Solvency Of Banks  ���������In the last thirty-seven years Ca__t>  ada has had 12 chartered banlc failures whose total liabilities amounted  to $72,785,000. In the same period  8,476 United States banks have failed  with, liabilities of no less- than ������3,-  754,370.000. On a strictly comparable basis, and after adjustment for  thc d__re_'e__ce in population. This  means that liabilities of U.S. banks  which have failed have been four  times those of Canadian, bnnks.  According to official decennial  census figures over the past forty  years, average population of the  United States during thla period has  been approximately 12 */z times greater than that of Canada. Thus a simple multiplication cf the liabilities  of Canadian banks which failed in  the 37 year period, by 12^, indicates  that if Canada had had the same  population as the United States during this period the liabilities of failed banks would be approximately  $900,000,000, or less than one-quarter  of the liabilities which have been  rolled up under the United States  banking system since 1893.���������Financial Post.  Radio Gaining In Popularity  498,176   Receiving   Sets   In   Use   In  Canada, At End Of January  At the eiid of January there were  493,176 ra^dio receiving sets ia Canada under licence or about one radio  for about 20 persons in the country.  The total of licensed receiving sets  at  the  end  of January  was- 69,030 ]  more than the number in use at the  end of the 12 month period  of the ���������  Canadian    Government   fiscal    year;  1929-30.       Toronto has more radios '  than any other city, with 77,194 at!  the  end of. the first month of this j  year. This total is nearly 15,000 more ���������  than  waa registered  at  the   end  of i  March, 1930, the close of the govern- [  ment fiscal year. Montreal is credit- j  ed with 41,378 sets: Hamilton, Ont., I  with 16,932; Vancouver, with 19,530, j  and Winnipeg with 19,433. A charge j  of $1 per year is made by the Cana- i  dian Government for a licence for a ]  radio receiving set. Licences are is- j  sued free to the blind in Canada and j  i we inn auai  ������9 E9E  Decided to take Lydia E.  Pink-bam's Vegetable  Compound  the latest' report    shows  licences have been issued.  659    such  .t.  4-V.e.f  __.__-_���������?  defy the law with impunity and get away with it; that laws are not  designed, for their protection, but quite the reverse; that courts and policemen are their enemies, saot their friends and guardians of their rights and  liherties.  Children hear the threat: "The cop will get you if you tton't watch out,"  and even when engaged in innocent play the cry. is raised: "Here comes a  cop, let's beat it." And they beat it, only to returns when the policeman has  passed by.  In England, and largely so in Canada, an. entirely different atmosphere,  a different conception prevails. A policeman is not an enemy, but a friend,  one to whom you can appeal when in trouble or difficulty.  We must, for our own good, maintain this attitude, and because of our  proximity to the United States, and the constant intercourse between these  two countries, it is essential that in our homes and schools the true conception and meaning of "the law," and the officers of the law, should be constantly taught and stressed. All law, in the beginning of law enactments,  had but one object, the protection of the rights and liberties of individuals  and communities against those who would deny those rights, usurp our  liberties, and defraud us of our property.  Law is the reverse of lawlessness, it is orderly government as contrasted  with mob-rule, it is the only safeguard against anarchy. Therefore, "the law"  is something to be held sacred, to be upheld, to rejoice in; not to be regarded  as something irksome, an evil, necessary perhaps for some, but to be flouted  if one so desires. Laws should not be regarded solely or merely as prohibitions, restraints upon one's conduct. In their essence they are not prohibition-., hut rules of conduct, guides to follow, measures of protection.  In thc final analysis, law is but ths view of a majority of the people as  to what they consider is in their own best interests. It is their own  formally expressed will. That being the case they should respect and abide  by it. A minority opposed to any given law should nevertheless respect and  obey it as the will of the majority, just as they expect and insist that others  shall respect and obsy laws of which they approve, but which some of those  others, who may constitute a minority in opposition to themselves, consider  unnecessary.  Disregard of law will undermine the home, the nation, and ultimately  rob the Individual of his own freedom and liberty of action.  Genuine Gratitude'  Compels Tribute-  Mr. Victor Hills, of Thornton  Heath, writes:���������''For many years I  have suffered with that distressing  complaint���������constipation, and its attendant effects of sick-headache and  indigestion. It was a red-letter day  for me when a friend recommended  me a treatment of Carter's Little  liver Pills, and I can honestly say  that results have been truly marvelous. I now enjoy good health  and feel that life is worth living.  The relief I have experienced compels me to add my sincere tribute."  Take Carter's little Liver Pills.  All druggists 25tf and 750 red pkgs^  A_K.vr*r_   Oil  IT or Sheumatie Pains.���������The pains  and aches of Sciatica and Rheumatism should be treated with Dr.  Thomas1 Eclectric Oil. The soothing  and healing properties of this famous  remedy have been demonstrated for  fifty years. Use it also for inflammatory pains, cuts, scratches, bruises  and sprains, either in human beings  or the lower animals.  ��������� j___._A_.-__'    *-_.-_-   ���������_.,___���������_._-.��������� . __ /_���������������_'    .  amuiii-iuii, i-iSw a>i;uub"wjCK.������������������' i_������etc.~������i  gay last baby waa born I was very weak,  nervous and discouraged.   I   saw  mm**     cvu v%.m uiovitiuinw  in the paper about  a woman who had  been like mc so I  bought a bottle of  Lydia 23. Pink-  ham's ������Vegetable*  Compound. I took  three bottle3 and  it carried mc safely   through   that  _.-m'i_rt2J        ������-**T~\*m a  \>i_.ui.aA     mim^* jl.  have three children to care for and I  feel well and strong. I havo told two  other women about your medicine."������������������  Mrs. Gits ABSENAxri_r, 82 Albert Street,  Moncton, New Brunswick.  Railways and Air Routes  Grain Jtuxhibltlon  is now under way  towards  Joint Rail and Air Services May Be  Future Development  Air developments, more particularly  as they affect the operations of a  large transcontinental transport system, are being closely watched by  the Canadian Pacific Railway with a  view to the inauguration of joint ser-  xnces, ".'hen the time is considered opportune, it was stated recently by IS.  World's  Work  the erection of two new grain build- j W- Beatty, president of the Canadian  ings  for  the  World's Grain  Exhifoi-!Pacific Railway.  "If the development in air services,  which is progressing- satisfactorily,  demands joint rail and air services,  they will undoubtedly be provided by  the Canadian railways," said Mr.  Beatty.  tion and Conference at Regina in the  summer of 1932. The buildings will  have 48,000 square feet of space, being 640 feet long with two wings of  320 feet each.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will drive worms from the system, without injury to the child, because its action, while fully effective,  is mild.  Expect Large Sales  -flOPAW  Production Last Year Close To One  and One-Half Million Barrels.  Alberta produced close to one and  one-half million barrels of oil in 1930,  comparative figures from the provincial department of mines reveals. The  total 1930 output1 was 1,433,844 barrels which compares with 999,152 in  1929, an indication that Alberta's  oil bubble is steadily expanding.  Naphtha, from Turner Valley limestone, was the leading product with  a total of 1,314,039 barrels. Light  and heavy crudes accounted for the  balance.  are being introduced in Europe with  success. The Air Union is issuing  them for use in England and nearby  countries and expect a large sale this  year. Passengers using them will  save a third of the regular fares.  Hull, England, will devote $27,230  cf the profits from the n-unieipally-  owned telephone system to reduction  of taxes.  Cactus Plants __feed Water  A botanist points out that people  who grow cactus plants in pots often  fail to water them, forgetting that  in the desert the cactus stores up  water in a well-developed root system.  Purity Floitf "Cakes Kec^F-tedi  A cake shown at Toronto __s__ib-t-b_-  made from this Recipe kept fresh for  live days ia the heat and ale without  protection. Make it today���������-withJ^.UMtj?!'  11 cup o_ white sugar, $������ imp Muiitt, HtSfU'toi  mid 2 beaten egg yolks, J-5 cap milk Mid waf .jv  flvarm), mix 3 teaspoons baking: powder in .  tof PURITY 3?LOUK, j>__c__ salt, 1 tea^gooa  beat egg' white stiff and stir it. m]^tnr&"a'  tootle rata oven' <.37S������2 for. 20 .nitratea*  on  Size Of Bee Colony  An interesting experiment has been  under way for the past fivo years  to determine the approximate field  force of a normal colony of bees.  D.iring this period, thirteen calculations have been made by officers of  tho Department of Agriculture, the  figure varying from 22,187 to 39,087,  but only on two occasions did tho  number fall bolow 31,000. It is reckoned that approximately 5,000 bees  wolgh a pound.  Popular Taste In Movies  Producers declare that really artistic films fail to draw at tlie be*  office. Those who are demanding  "art" in motion pictures seldom are  willing to rials thoir money in experimentation. The film thoatro is not  like a store whore one may stock  grades of goods to suit nil tastes. Tho  only successful movie house Is ono  where a largo percentage of tho films  shown pleases a majority of tho  patrons.���������Los Angeles Times.  ykWtmWmW  Mm 500 & box  Palpitation Of The Heart  Nerves Were All Gone  Miss Rose Griffin, Ashern, Man., writes: '���������  ���������'About five years ago I was troubled with palpitation of the heart, caused by a shook, and  my nerves wore all gone, and _t could not  sleep. I road about Mllburn'n Heart and  Norvo Pills and daclded to try thorn. Aftor  ������ had taken three boxes X was tcellng lino  again. I think thoy aro a wonderful remedy,  and wish all others who nuifored as X did  would give them a trial."  Sold at all drug and general stores, or  mailed direct on receipt of prlco by Tho T,  Milburu Co,, l_td., Toronto, Ont.  ; For Ugestiora!  When your stomach feolw bad: when  Gas, Sou moss, Nausea or after-eatlnpf  palr>3 make you feel miserable���������a slnnrle  do30 of pure Blsuratcd Magnesia will  bring almost Instant Relief!  For rndlg-cstion, tho prompt effectiveness of BISURATEP MaKncRla ia really  wonderful. ISvon tho mast, obstinate  casos .illicitly respond. Pleasant an<3  Inexpensive to uso.     Ask your druggist.  Ayrshire Breeders  Association Received 70 Reports In  January Of Cows That Qualified  In tho R.O.P.  The Canadian Ayrshire Breeders"  Association reports that during tlio  period from January. 1st to 26th it  received 70 reports of cows and heifers that had qualified In tho R.O.P.���������  37 In tho 305 day division and 3D In  tlio honor roll or SOS day division.  In the flrst classification 11 qualified  in tho mature class; 4 in tho four  year old; 7 in jtho three year old, and  15 in tho two year old class. Thirty  of thoso records were made on two  milkings a day, 4  , ��������������������������������� ���������**!  Ctooocr (making up tho wholesale  order for the week) ��������� Ji������a������ do we  want any day-old egga ?  Cleric���������Wo, sir. We have enough  In tho store room to last another  s__c weeks.  ���������___.^_._~_-  Purls? 5a. et alrouff, rfcK  Flour thcuto from We������t-  cna hard -wheat ��������� given  you that ."Better flavor'*  baking you wont. ,. ..  "Still -*ti-ar  Weaterfl fc-i___������li_ Floti*  ..Milla Or, Limited  .Toronto       308  :,WLn_i_p������r|ir, Calgary.  Look for our Company's name on the Purity Flour sack. ��������� It is  your guarantee of ouaKty from at responsible mililnR- comeem.  wis^^  ?^wa������S3imE5J  ^sr..  m^mmgmi  T^W__i���������_i__r__Si___ii      ^Kub^QQ^i       VQf^ss^^S  tf^/n_Ar*i  ^^mm^m -^OlM-.   ^ ^EQj^^    ^^Ml _2N H_____u.  ^pp^Bi ^mp.   ^J^mmmmki .^s   ^*MmT    *m^*���������^     f'wf ff^i  Zr*���������Z_#k 1KB   RE.VTEW.   CKESTQK,   B.    CI  Elf 1 Call"lis  MMAM _l6_f?QTM_&.  iif l/lAl _ *y.t5__s_: ft IV1.  PEACE TRIOMP]  New Delhi, India.���������When India  awoke on the morning: of March 4, it  found peace on its doorstep.  Overnight, Mahatma Gandhi, with  the vision  of a prophet,  had led h������s  ������..������.. ~41-v1_. _.!-_,_.-������-,_������  _u_ viaj u.Y7        _ia������c_^/ji..^  ...it:*.. vi_  ���������^_���������������Y_VI  the precipice of war to the path of  peace. He won the confidence of  Viceroy Lord Irwin, who, less than  a year ago, jailed the mystic agitator for challenging the authority of  the British Empire, and an accord  was reached which ended the year-  old civil disobedience movement.  Nationalist circles naturally regard  the truce as a triumph for Gandhi's  doctrine of non-violence which, as  Rahtndranath Tagore-said, introduced  a new technique into international  revolution-  While the terms of the agreement  have not been1 officially published, it  is understood they are as follows:  1. Nationalists will abandon civil  resistance.  2. Indians along the coast will be  given the right to manufacture their  own salt and thus will not have to  purchase it from the government  monopoly.  3. Property of congress adherents  which "has been confiscated because  of non-payment of taxes will be re-  _-_,���������.������ ������^i      OT-v--f-l������    ,*������*\ ���������-������+������> iw������    *oeiAi������irQ#iAT.a  4. Nationalists will be permitted  to do picketing within the normal  laws of the country and will be  permitted to conduct boycotts so  long as they do not aim specifically  at British goods ��������� in other words,  if their . idea is to promote local  trade and industry.  5. Nationalists who were imprisoned for civil disobedience  activities will be. given, amnesty  and all goverx-ir. ent repressive  measures will be withdrawn.  6. Nationalists drop their demand for an. investigation into  allied police brutality.  7. The government won from  th2_a. consent; to work for qualified  ''dorBanion * sfaEtis '��������� in* a," secb__<_-. round-  table conference.  While the Nationalists have admittedly gained much by accepting  the settlementY it is .pointed out on  the government side that Great Bri-  ������,CL-_A    ������cfc4JU_-    XrfW__o_Ja.Cij.������**i M...W    ^--v. . ������__���������.^ww.  The most important gain in "this  direction was the point wherein the  Nationalists agreed to confine themselves at. the next round-table conference to the specified scope of constitutional questions elucidated by the  first round-table nigeting in Lcnuon,  England.   .  This commits Gandhi to the  principle of a federation of Indian  responsibility, but with British  safeguards covering finance, defence, foreign affairs, the position  ������f minorities and the discharge of  India's national debts.  The agreement was hailed with ap;-,  proval by British and moderate Iitf-  dian. newspapers. The    Calcutta  Statement characterized it as just as  decisive for the world as the Armistice in 1918, adding that the instrument has the possibility of solvfbg  two of the moat menacing world  problems today���������the clash of ��������� color  and the class economic struggle.  Naval Parity For Itafr  Has   Gained   Practical   Parity   With  ��������� -���������������__.__ wx_<     *u     j.*** ir _wii     ^UMESA'JLUV'I'XtJUft     '  Rome, Italy.���������Italy gains practical  parity of construction with France  over the next five years under the  terms of the British-Franco-Italian  naval accord as disclosed unofficially  here* and in 1936, when the accord  expires, will be in a better position  relative to France than she is today.  The principle of parity which  broke up the London conference so  far as Italy and Prance were concerned is not settled by the new accord but is postponed until 1938.  Meantime naval construction programmes are put on a practical level  and so# harmonized as to guarantee  each country against surprise and to  permit accurate check on annual tonnage laid down. The annual programmes are reduced from more than  40,000 tons to an average between  21,000 and 22,000.  Italy made some sacrifices, the  terms of the agreement show, but  she believes they will not affect the  national security and that they are  balanced by sacrifices on the part of  the French.  The accord will give France, in  1936, a superiority of 229,000 tons,  but Italy discounts this, xiointing  out that 84,000 tons of that total  will be obsolete while the Italian  obsolete tonnage will be only 5,000.  Moreover, the French have certain types of ships which the  Italians     believe      unnecessary     to  #*nnii������   noxnr  ,      **+J.\*m+. MU V _j" ���������  A unique point, according to the  terms disclosed recently, is that both  countries are permitted to build two  23,000-ton cruisers. Another is  the decided superiority the accord  gives France in submarines ��������� 81,900  tons as compared with 52,700 for  Italy. Italy, however, receives  parity in this category with Great  Britain, the United States - and  Japan.  r  VISITS AMERICA  Grand Duke Alexander, of Russia,  who is a claimant to the throne of  the czars, has just arrived in America  on a visit.  RmriSifai.    Ulmp    IB Art"  iPS^-_������<&������?     ??_-S_������9    _y������.g  Berhy  Russick Was Second and Emil St.  Godard. Finished Third  The Pas, Man. ��������� Sturdy Earl  Brydges was acclaimed king of Western Canada' dog mushers for the  second year in succession.  Brydges, battling-. an icy trail.  almost bare of snow, and carrying  four injured dogs on his sled, came  home   the   winner   of  The   Pas   200-  Fire Destroys Mail 'Planes  Fleet   Of   Seven   'Planes   Host   In  Disastrous Fire In Winnipeg-  Winnipeg, Man.���������A fleet of seven  Western Canada Airways 'planes and  a Fairchild cabin machine, privately  owsied, were lost In a fire that totally destroyed the company's huge  hangar at Stevenson Field, St. James,  causing damage estimated at about  $150,000. Much higher earlier estimates were completely discounted by  compkny officials.  Flames broke out following an explosion in the hangar. Company officials, meeting with Fire Commissioner Edward McGrath, were wiable to  determine what had caused the blast  More than a dozen mechanics and  workers escaped from the building  without injury, as the blaze quickly  spread. No one was seriously injured, though minor' injuries were  reported having- been suffered by  fire-fighters. Three automobiles,,  standing inside the structure, also  were destroyed-.  Witnesses of the outbreak, believed  the blast occurred in the gasoline  tank of one of the 'planes. Everyone  in the building hastily fled as the resulting flames crept along the gas-  soaked floor to other machines. When  the first Winnipeg fire brigade arrived, eight 'planes were in fames,  several standing just outside the  hangar. Firemen were hindered iron-  doing effective work; by lack of water  pressure.  Two small Laird mail 'planes, de-  MARKETING OF  WlU-AS   1*1 S&  INVESTIGATED  Ottawa, Ont.���������-While no official announcement has yet been  made by  _.-!->  Ir_   ^_w_9___.**._y������.  -_-.*!.   -  ^Mtrij     r. _fci&  winm-n f-    the  nv6-re(_ omy a snort- i-iDie  ago, were  Awarded McKee Trophy  Squadron .Leader   3.   H.   Tudhope   Is  Winner For 1930  Ottawa, Ont.���������Squadron Leader J.  H.-Tudhope-, M.C., of the. Royal Canadian Air Force, stationed in Ottawa,  has been awarded the McKee Trophy  for 1930, it was announced here by  Hon. Donald Sutherland, Minister of  National .Defence. The trophy is  awarded annually to the Canadian  flyer who renders the siosi. jE_erivor_~  ous service in the advancement of  aviation.  During 1930, Squadron Leader  Tudhope was the pioneer of all  east and west air mail, routes from  the Atlantic to the Pacific. In the  first four months of the year, he  made an aerial survey of the Rocky  Mountains, flying over 10,000 miles.  Squadron-Leader Tudhope joined  the Royal Flying Corps in 1916, and  served    in    France    with    No.    40  premier prize of $1,200 in cash and  the Walter Goyne trophy. His time  was 26 hours, 30 minutes, 20 seconds.  While far behind the record of  "Shorty" Russick, established in 1924,1  when he finished in a little more than  23 hours, Brydges' time was reraark=  able when the condition of the trail  was taken into consideration.  Earl plodded across the finishing  line covered with perspiration and  nearly exhausted from his struggle  with the treacherous northland trail.  "Shorty" Russick was second, 16  minutes behind Brydges. -  Emil St. Godard finished third, 28  hours, 4 minutes and 22 seconds.  Pioneer Settler Dead  among the flame-wrecked debris; and  the pride of the company's fleet, a  large tri-motored Fokker cabin machine, also was destroyed.  Eight hundred gallons of gasoline,  stored outside the building, failed to  explode, though the tanks broke into  flames shortly after the blaze started.  Russian Trade  James     Harvey  Service  in  **M^_M.M_������_ \^Ju_.  ������T__        ���������.^.~       __,___._. J i        "���������'-_:  *JLC      noa     3_.c������xi.i.c������ji       v__u  Military Cross and bar for gallantry.  In 1920,    Squadron-Leader   Tudhope  joined the^Ganadl-^i.Al.r.??^-:^^ *s  now superintendent of airways in the  civil aviation branch of the department of nationals defence. ���������     ���������  i-ebellion Of 1885  Vernon, B.C.���������James Harvey, aged  88, who was the first settler at what  is now Tt.<.__.t. Head, Sask., died at  the home of his son. Dr. J. E. H������j_3.ey,  here, following a prolonged illness.  In the rebellion of 1885, Mr. Harvey had three transport teams  working near North Battleford,  Sask., and he himself saw service  at the Battle of Batoche. He came  to Kelowna, B.C., in 1906, and at  one time was vice-president of the  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company.  He resided at Kelowna until his wife's  death, at which time he came here.  ' Thinks  Canada  Foolish In Refusing  i   "        To Trade-With Soviets  j     Montreal, Que.���������For Canada to refuse to do business with the Soviets  because Russians have their own Idea  of government is as illogical as refusing to listen to Italian grand opera  because Mussolini is a dictator, in the  view of Aid. Joseph Schubert, widely-known Laboz* party politician.    By  the Canadian embargo ,on Bolshevik  | goods, he said, Canada throws away  ] a market of 162,000,000 people while  j Great Britain, the United States, and  . other countries feed on it.  royal commission to investigate  wheat marketing, it is understood  that the government will likely institute such a body. Belief in Ottawa  is that the membership of the commission will comprise three persons,  one representative of the farmers of  the prairie provinces, a second representing- the Winnipeg Grain Exchange, and a third acting for the  __j"i>__i____on \_rGvern___eHt.  It could not be confirmed that the  government had sought the services  of Sir Josiah Stamp, internationally  famous English economist. Bon.  Robert Weir, Minister of Agriculture,  however, declared that he had been  in. touch with someone xn Englaad,  the identity of the individual not being disclosed. Circum stances surrounding the railway situation in  England had caused the person indicated to forego the prospect of acting for the Dominion. It is believed,  but not confirmed, that this individual was Sir Josiah Stamp.  One of the purposes of the commission would be to see whether the  present system of trading in grain  futures has, or has not, an. injurious  effect on the marketing of grain.  Canadian Is Appointed  J Ottawa, Ont.���������Robert H. Coats,  Dominion statistician, has been se-  lected by the League of Nations to  be one of a committee of internation-  al experts to co-ordinate the statistics  of the world. Mr. Coats is not representing Canada, but has been chosen  . by the League in recognition of his  j outstanding ability.  GIFT OF. BEAUTIFUL EARRINGS  Farm Loans  *tl  Pfeas Pcla-T Hsglt.   _,  draff Zeppelin May Carry Scientists  Over Polar :Swv������  Now York.���������The Grttf Zeppelin will  make a polar expedition of exploration In July, if Dr, Hugo, Eckener succeeds in a plan to;,finance the project,  Tha genial cot-itriander of the big  tlii.ig'blo arrived here from Germany,  The ship would proceed from Frieder-  fck.ihn.fen to tlie Arotiin" by way of  .Leningrad, he said, and fly ovor. Froas  Josef Land and St. Nicholas La$d  with eight or nine aclentlats aboard.  British Motion Picture  London, Kngland.^His Majosty hat.  comentocl to the ina^'-ng of ������ British  moving picture at Hampton Court  Palace. The Htory will bo historical  ln nature, dealing with Henl-yYVIII,  ���������tnd Cardinal Wolsey, written by Mra,  .Winnlfred Gtfahtum.  gyiMMi������M������wi_w_a___*>^^  "I/V^'ST'XJ. ' ~1880  Appraisers To Commence Woik On  Valuations On May First  Ottawa, Ont.���������May 1 next, has been  fixed, aa tho date on which appraisers  this season will begin the work of  valuation on applications for loans to  the Farm Loan Board.  This decision was made at a  meeting of the Farm Loan Board.  Premier H. "B. Bennett, who Is also  minister of finance, presided.  Loans are made to applicants on  farm lands and .buildings;, at tlio  rate of Q.% poa* 'cent, under the  Farm Loan Act. When applications  for loans aro received by the board  they are, if favorably looked, upon.  passed to appraisers for valuation.  HrIttalf.YeM_ito Diitlea  London, England,���������Tho British exchequer will benefit to the extent of  nearly $15,000,000 In th������ deatli dutla,_  of the cHtate of S.ir David Yule, head  of Andrew Yule and Cortipany, and  probably the wealthiest Briton In India, who dtpd In 1028, The court of  appoal ruled that Sir David waa  legally domiciled in the United Kinfir-  dara. .  Making. More Butter  Butter Supplies Now Almost Meeting  Local Demand  Vancouver, B.C.���������Increased attention that is being given to dairying  on the prairies is revealed in the fact  that butter supplies from the three  prairie provinces are almost meeting  Western Canadian requirements.  Attention is drawn to this new  condition by the relatively small  imports of butter from Australia  and New Zealand at the present  time.  Last week the "Aorangi" brought  725 boxes of butter to Vancouver  from New Zealand, and 300 for Victoria, 3,642 from Australia for Vancouver, and 111 from the Fiji  Islands, or a total of 4,779 boxes.  On February 28 of last year, the  imports from, ihe same sources  were 18,515 boxes from ~New Zealand to Vancouver, and 1,495 from  Australia, and 82 from the Fijis,  while Victoria had 3,200 from New  Zealand, or a total of 23,292 boxes.  Vancouver dealers report that Alberta supplies are meeting the requirements In Vancouver, and that  most of the butter imported since  November is still in storage. Under  an. agreement between the importers  and the Canadian Government none  of the Australian butter can. be sold  at a price below 32 cents a pound", and  the Alberta makes are being- marketed just slightly-under that figure*  Slight Drop Reported  In Wheat Shipments  Bfe>veMient Slowed Up For Last Week  In February  Winnipeg, Man. ��������� Movement of  Canadian wheat ^overseas, maintained  at a rate better than 4,000,000 bushels weekly since the flrst of tlio year,  slowed up tlie last week in February,  and at the same'time tho drop in tho  visible supply was less than average.  Ewports for the week ending February 27, wore given aa 3,0������.I,800  bUBhels in a roport issued by E, A,  Russell, statistician to the Dominion  Board of Grain Commissioners.  Of the week's clearances, 1,051,140  bushols was shipped from Paciflo  ports In Canada.  Visible supply of Canadian wheat  decreased during the weelc by  j 1,847,310 bushels nnd totalled 100,-  ; 403,833 bushels.  Thin magnificent net of diamond nnd emerald fliirrii.������.������ far pierced ears  Is being sent to England Immediately as a presentation to Vtacountoto! Willingdon from the women of Canada. Each earring cons It. to of 4-11 diamonds,  and one emerald. Misa Mildred Bonnott, slater of the prime minister of  Canada, ia convonor of tlio Viscountess Willingdon prenentutlon committee.  In centre lu hand-moulded platinum ring1 wltl'ii lar#e oriental pea*., tbe whole  In a Rolki gold ciu-o, aluo Snclutleil in. pro..onCutioi_ from women oi Canada,  ICuropo IIoh Mortgage Hank  Basel, Switzorland.~An Int������ma~  Uuiiul tuoviuugv -jwii.i c.i.j������ii|.a!E__.e*\ ts_  $15,000,000 was.created for the purpose of extending* long-term credit*  to European nations In need of niieh  financing. It will worlc In oIoho cooperation with tho International Bank  for uettlomontii. THE   CBESTON   BEVIEW  He remembered  her  birthday by  telephone  Mother's birthday?01 And her  son':'was in a distant~city, too  far away to reach home for the  anniversary. Ke couldn't get  home���������but his voice could.  Ke decided to call his -mother  by long-distance telephone.  "Happy birthday. Mother!"  came the son's voice over the  wire. "What a wonderful treat  to hear that voice again!  Mother said later that it was  the best birthday surprise she  had ever had.  Whatever the anniversary, a  telephone reunion will add to  the joys of the occasion.  be  since     that     time,   it    will  necessary for you to register.  _iuu iii case of elections uo nou  imagine that because you voted  in July, 1930, your name is on the  list. Dominion and provincial  elections are separate institutions. Before you can vote at a  provincial election you must sign  on the dotted line of an application form.  Why Discriminate  Kootenay Telephone Co.  LIMITED  HiE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every rriday at <jreston, iS.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a vear in advance;  S3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  The rank injustice of the Jones  budget  as originally   introduced  is  that   the  town   dweller   who  earns   over $600 per  year  must  pay a 1  per cent,  tax, but the  farmer who may earn  that sum,  or even several thousand  dollars  I per annum, is exempt.  I    If British Columbia  needs the  j extra revenue as urgently as the  budget indicates why this playing  jfavorities.    Hitherto we   had   al-  | ways thought  the  British  prin-  jcipal was a square deal for all.  The Vancouver Sun very aptly  points out that the man who  works three days a week at $4 a  day on government relief will  have io pay income tax, while the  farmer who can earn part of his  living off his land, and sell a  thousand or more dollars worth  of farm or orchard products, is  relieved from this extra tax   _m-  -r������r������<=_'<-_.r.r������ Acs o !>_*.       fs\T       *Yhta  farmers supp3rt nothing quite ?o  vicious has *been previously  attempted.  order to make room for building  operations in the locality of its  original resting place.  In 1930 a. substantial looking  brand new rock crusher found  repose on Canyon street at the  head of Third street, and for  many months sat out in the rain  and the heat and the dust with  never a thought of being put to  work for ������t least that year.  And then we have the loan of  $65,000     for    the     waterworks  oj. o_c.-__    on,    v>������.   J|_    xj-SlCi���������a.    cuat  plus undertaking., we are told.  that is so rank that not even the  stoutest friend of the party anywhere in the valley cares to  defend.      1,  And tak������ our original road  maintenance which in the past two  years has had the most generous  appropriation ever, and has produced the poorest travelling the  district has ever known.  Extravaghaces and mismanagement of this sort repeated all  over   the   province   is   the    big  a three-man board, with less  liquor being sold, but costing the  province $30,000. And in some  quarters the belief is prevalent  that it cost another $25,000  to "induce" the former chairman  to "resign" to make room for the  $30,000 Tolmie triplets.  Official records show that at  least half a hundred new civil  servants have been placed on the  payroll, and this in spite of the  fact that the Tory opposition  used to claim the province was  previously over-staffed.  Friday's Nelson News very  innocently points out, "In the  last year the government had no  control whatever over 76.7 per  cent, of its-expenditures." Most  people hereabouts have the "idea  that 99.9 per cent, of the expenditure was uncontrolled.  reason for the very bad shape in  which Hon. Mr. Jones finds the  province.  HATCHING   EGGS   FOR    SALE���������  Purebred S.C. White Leghorns, 75c per  setting of 15 eggs. Incubator setting at  $5 per 100.   V. Mawson, Creston.  Spring and Summer samples of the  Tip Top Tailors have arrived.  Call in and look them over. The  best selection of samples they  have ever sent out. One price  only, $27.00.  m t  V.  MAWSON  ORESTON  isBSBSBsassa_s_S-<easeBBKBSBsasaS-aaas_as  CRESTON,   B.C.- FRIDAY,  MAR. 13  ���������a _F__*a  The Review, doubtless, has  some sins to answer for. but you  can't blame us for the Jones  budget. In 1928 we did our level  best to restrain all and sundry  from voting Conservative  sir, we told you so.  A Rare Compliment  *T- -_  Excuse is Too Lame  In a feeble effort to make  Jones budget go down a litt'e  easier the Victoria Colonist, the  chief newspaper apologist for the  Tolmie administration, observes,  "British Columbia has the lowett  average interest rate on its debt  than any province except Quebec." As this province has been  under Libera! rule for more than  4-ckt.oI my*?* _r\-P  4-ltjQ_  Some local Conservatives who  were so hard pressed for an  excuse for voting for the party in  1928 lhat they were compelled to  plead the: old reliable, "time for a  change," must now admit that it  was time to change members, but  not governments.  The Jones budget went down  so badly with the Conservatives  that it was necessary for the  legislators to take a day off a  couple of days previous to its  presentation. Premier Tolmie,  we are told, was laid up for a  week before its presentation, and  even the roustabout of the  cabinet, attorney general Pooley,  was also on the sick list.  Are You on the List?  With the wave of unpopularity  that is rolling against the Tolmie  government it looks a bit ridiculous to be talking about getting  your name on the voters list in  anticipation of a provincial general election, but stranger things  have happened, and particularly  where there is considerable  possibility of next year being  worse than 1930,  ' In some likely quarters the idea  will not down that Premier  Tolmie is about due to announce  negotiating a deal to dispose of  the Pacific Great Eastern Railway, which now costs the taxpayers about $8500 per day on  deficit, principal and interest  charges, with nn appeal for reelection on the score that his  ^ovrrnment iV. the' only ono that  can successfully negotiate such a  .sale.  If you voted in 1928 your name  will be on the existing voters list,  but if you did not vote thon,  or  In a miserable attempt to cover  up their own inefficiency finance  minister Jo~es wouid try to  make the public believe that the  dozen years of Liberal rule is  i really to blame for the "deplorable  Yes, j state of provincial finances. But  it wont work.  The Conservatives came into  office at August, 1928, and aimost  the first thing they did was to  have a special audit of the  province's books and finances by  a specially selected lot of  auditors.  Since that time we have had  budgets presented in 1929 and  again in 1930. If the Liberals  were responsible for this mess  why was the information held  back until 1931���������two and a half  y_ars after Tory rule commenced?  When they took office Premier  Tolmie assured that he had given  British Columbia a business  administration. During the years  he was in opposition Hon. Mr.  Jones had the reputation for  having altogether too little regard  for the truth when it came to  criticising Liberal finances, and it  would look as if he still imagines  the people like to be misinformed.  four-fifths of the credit for this  good showing must be accorded  them.    And     don't   forget   that  -r_ i_ _._  V������Ut_ueC  I j Cl_?  UCCll  _r.."^^w _._J  %,yj v ci ucu  i   the Liberals for at least the past  40 years. Unconsciously the  Colonist pays a well deserved  tribute to the business ability of  Liberal governments generally.  _r ���������������*_.__     _tb _ ������       ���������   >   _r-__������#������.    ���������     r  mgn. r-rtcea \jrnciais  In purely departmental administration right in Victoria we  have the same thing. Under  Liberal rule the Liquor Control  Board was in charge of one man  at $12,000 a year.    Now we have  '/our dollars buy MORE at E ATO N  If EA  If EATON'S ������.y ������o���������!������������������������ tn-ct   What a <__������ tribun _in.i._d������ _t  ;_____   ������__��������� **S   *w-������������.!wm^^m.    ��������� *   _-r������    ������t������*w    f**-v    * ���������   B_kj_> ���������  -H EATON'S ������r ���������������it'������ iruej-  Chftt tiity yr*r% of steady growth���������nreiog tha  >nw|it>m   >c������r  aai������V   ynr  wj.    ���������*(ia������  _  pricei, right  nwrthodi  __nd reliability.    Tbi������ tell* tbe  ���������cory of EATON'S���������  THE HOME OF VAXUE  A hfrhhcconiMtcai Rrwarck Bureau is  Bf?Ri5giiutD  OF CANADA  ������*T. EATON Cft������������.  M/INNIPCQ CANADA  IVSANY ITEIVSSare  LOW IN PRICE  Low prices are noticeable throughout  this hook, in many instances the lowest in years, and these prices are very  favorable to you. I_et this book sho-w  you what extra value can be had out of  every dollar spent at EATON'S. Our  prices are hasecl on purchasing lor cash  ii_ huge Quaiitities _jtiu sol_a-i& st S.  reasonable profit.  In this book will be found hundreds of  pages of. stylish and high standard  merchandise, backed by the EATON  guarantee, representing a solution to  many of your problems.  We invite comparison of quality and  price, which, after all, Is the only true  test of honest value. All the merchandise in this book has been carefully  checked by our .Research Bureau for  honesty of description, and you can be  certain that EATON'S will stand  squarely back of every purchase, firmly believing in good merchandise for  Western people.  The opportunity is yours to get this  book of big values���������just send, in a post  card with your name and address plainly written thereon, and the EA i O N  Catalogue will be mailed to you free.  Do Not Delay��������� Send Today  yxW-WMffj  ^^^^^^m^^m^mii^m^^^im^mL^^^^m^m^^  r-jji'a.Yi-i-uTi-iTi.iruiTi.rj:!'.!  .......... .-.���������  iii i n i utitft_ii*_*t_i_i_������j.  %%v.v.v.v.vAV.v.v������vr>ViViViViViv.v.>>y1ViV.v.v.ViViViViV.^^  3!5iS!.  Where the Money Goes  In these parts no one is entirely surprised at the state of affairs  revealed in the Jones budget, and-  if conditions in other sections are  on a par with what has been experienced here, the wonder is  that the situation is not worse.  By way of illustrating how  funds have been squandered it is  only necessary to size up public  works department operations.  At least $12,000 has been spent  on the short stretch of turnpike  between the George Hurry ranch  and the Idaho boundary, over  which never a vehicle has passed  nor is likely to Cor some time  to come.  The Review again reminds of  the cylindrical gravel screen unloaded early in 1029,  ancl  which  ill.W.W.MJM'AW.aw.'.'.'.'..  _S::5::.::S:!:.i:::|:S?:S?  PILSENER  m  CHUB: 131131-ON  OILJD MILWAUKEE  row tod in Uio f'.P.T.. yardf. until  Imve come of uk<_ Hince that date, | Into in 1980 in itH original ������hip-  iii' Uuwv mi.vi.'d into th.������  diwtnH,  pintf frame, and  then  shifted  in  Analytical tests prove  tho purity of the beers listed below. These tests also  take into consideration taste, flavor, aroma, brilliancy  and general attractive appearance. The alcohol ana  extract content as found by analysis indicate the  amount of food value as exemplified by the foam-  holding capacity of thc beers.  The modern .not hods employed ln lire win ft .those lfrliit.Ii Columb.u  beers Include such snfe-rtunrds'to tho drinking public m tho sterilization of the a.r before it comes into toiiiact with the brow . . . tho  purification of nil wator used i also a series of aniilytlcal tests taken  nt froquonr intervals dining thc brewing process to make certain  m tho finished product wEII pass every tost for purity unii required  ���������food value.  i.  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  ��������� Control Board ur by the Government of British Columbia. THJK   UJKJKSTUJS   KJ__ VIJSW  IfB  wmmmmmi  OUR STORE WILL BE OPEN  eoerp day," including Wednesdays*  EIGHT a.m. ���������to��������� EIGHT p.m.  SATURDAY  EIGHT am. ��������� to ��������� TEN  p.m.  SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS  ONE p,m. to TWO p.m.  300 BOOK LIBRARY an   connection   open  Subscription $1.00, and 10 cents to change books.  New Books arriving from time to time  oreston mm & BOOK  gn THE  REXALL STORE  |3 GEO. H. _B-.EI_._L_Y  Et'm******_���������������������������������������������������������������-!-.-_:;_:  :ssss_sss_SBSsa_sB- b_ii_9������_b_s_:  ErlGks&m  -     'Vll    m  - v. a ccy   ���������  -  -��������� t V    jwui  Supply  of  A   1  ...... Wm. Graham, who has been visiting  with feis aunt at Wetaskiwin, Alberta,  for some weeks,' returned home on.  Wednesday. ;  Elgin Crosder. who has spei-t- the  winter at*Erickson. has returned -to his  iome in Ontario. j.    i  Ray Crisler and R. J. Long, who have  been working at their mine for some  time past, were home at-the weekend.  Mr. and Mrs. Mc Williams, who __ave  been on the G. P. Smith ranch for the  past, two years, have moved onto the  Haskins (former Hunt) ranchY Y  The Erickson garage went on the cash  basis for gas at the first of the month.  The senior boys were out ih fujll force  on Sunday for baseball practice- at the  school grounds���������another sure sign  spring is here.  Erickson had quite a fall of snow on  Wednesday. With the rains of the  past few weeks there should be ample  moisture to start spring off right.  R. J. Long was a business visitor at  Nelson at the end of the week.  Members ol Trinity United Church  Ladies' Aid were out in large numbers  for the March meeting at the home of  the president, Mrs. Geo. Cartwright, on  Thursday last. It was quite a social  affair as the date happened to be Mrs.  Cartwright's birthday.  Most every, orchardist in this district  wss at Creston on Wednesday afternoon  for the annual meeting of East Creston  Irrigation District, at which L T.  Leveque was elected to succeed himself  as a member of the board of trustees.  children were examined, and in the  afternoon the former gave a talk at the  Grand Theatre at which all the children  attended and were given advice on the  care of teeth and what to eat. The  trustees thank CO. Rodgers who gave  the theatre free of charge for the  afternoon.  CARD OF THANKS  The members of Wynndel Women's  Institute wish to thank all those coming  from Creston, Canyon and Erickson for  the co-operation and wonderful Community spirit they brought with them to  make the Women's Institute dance on  Priday night a success. The danee was  for the benefit of the crippled baby at  the Solarium at Vancouver Jaiand. Mrs.  F. L. L. Bathie, President W.I.  The StoleH Prince  man dressed in biack, and thus presumed  to be invisible He gives the characters  their properties, holds She peach  blossoms, and shakes the sail, sometimes  yawning, sometimes abseurt minded, and  sometimes snoring. The cast imcludes  15 children in ages from 15 down to 9  years- Proceeds for W.M S. and. M.M.  fund.  JAB* CO^PTO/V  Sales conducted in any part  of the District.  PHONE 55F  0/?__r.ST������-V, e.C  _____ _������*  tvi  ENGINEER  SURVEYOR  ARCHITECT  CRLZ&TON.  B.C.  _..VL/  ���������Local and Personal  iHi fi s @ ! Jl  NOW!  Ask us  for prices on hauling  anything anywhere  FOR SALE���������Horse, about 1400 lbs.;  demo rat, nearly new; 14-inch Oliver  plow; Planet Jr. cultivator, set of -.ingle  Welsh harness.   W.G.Greig, Wynndel.  Creston egg pool conducted by the  Farmers' Institute had an export of  about 30 cases of eggs in Eebruary, very  much on a par with January. Kimberley is at present the heaviest buyer  and there is a good local demand.  The United Church children are at  work on a unique two-part concert that  will be presented on the evening ��������� of  Friday, March 27th. The front part of  the entertainment will consist of drills  by the Mission Band, and calesthenics  by the girls of the gym. conducted by  Mr. Larson.  The  second half is the play,    "'The  Stolen Prince." This is a  Chinese play  with Chinese costumes and scenes, having taken place in the year i.901.   The  plot centres around the prince who was  stolen when  a baby   and   was   floating  down the river Shang Hi  in a  wooden  tub until he was rescued by a fisherman  and his wife.   Then it tells of a famine  nine years later and the coming of the  soldiers who arrest the fisherman, his  wife  and son, Joy, because they tan'e  duck.   Lee Mee has stolen the emperor's  sacred.scarlet fish and the discovery that  the little boy, Joy, is the prince, stolen  so many years before, just as he is about  to have his head cut off by the   executioner's axe.  Chinese p.ays are very stmp.e in that  they leave ^much to the irnaginatio ,  quietly ignoring inconsistencies and  carrying the story through despite all  material difficulties, and through all the  chatter and singing wanders the property  ELI  n  ^j������ ������������������������_������_ Ml  cOif EATH j  Sole agent for GALT COAL; j  ���������4  I  ���������4  4  ���������  ���������4  ���������   '  4  ������  4  4  4  4  4  4  ���������m-m 4rtn <___  1 llli������_/  TNJ.-_  1   ^V_/*  O ��������� ^-V  Jc���������^ m   *.'W= __r  A    VT JL J-3__  Mutton, ]__amb &.  Phone your order and* receive .qui:' best service.  TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMER Y BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BORNS' IDEAL POUL TR Y FOOD  F. H. JACKSON  m*m mm^    m%   *        ^bw ^^^ ^^���������  ^^.   t.���������^ ������_r���������  ntMLtaiMTE  Listings solicited.  CRESTON,     B.C.  We invite you to inspect our  new stock of  Dsr&ss Shoes  which have iust arrived !  Newest Shapes.  Nice assortment of sizes.  Prices are right.  Am Mirafo&Ili  Shoe and  Harness   Repairing  B URNS & COMPANY, Ltd.  i*mm*r*Mr'^mMm*Mmmf*MM**mmpm*mM^ MwvwrtwwH'vwvwvwwM- **mwm  Thrift  spending  iess  than  consists   in  you earn.  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment  We pay interest on Savings bal*.  ances  and  shall   welcome youir  accomnt* tm  THE CANADIAN BANK  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Ftmd $20*000.000  Ck'coiiou Bmnch ��������������� it. J. Iwbis.., MBtnosgep ���������  assess  _w_H_imiiiili__-__-  Printed Butter Wraps at Review Office  The K.K. Klub are having* a St.  Patrick's masquerade dance in the  Wynndel community hall on Tuesday  evening, March 17th. Prizes for both  dress and dances. Gents, $1; ladies, 50  cents.   Al. Fredeiieks' orchestra.  At the meeting of the landowners in  Sast Creston Irrigation-District iri the  United Church basement on Wednesday  afternoon. L. T= Leveque was elected to  succeed himself as trustee' for a three-  year term. The meeting was largely  attended.   .   .  An auction sale of furniture, implements., will be held at Creston Transfer  yards on Victoria Avenue, Wednesday  afternoon, March 18th. These are the  property of the estate of the late F. K.  Hurry. Terms are cash. Jas. Compton  will auctioneer.  Jas. Comption, who made such a fine  success as auctioneer at the sale of the  farm property of the late J. F. Rose on  March 4th, has decided to go into the  auctioneer business and is prepared to  handle sales at any point in the valley  oh the usual terms.  At the council meeting on Monday  night it was decided to test out the  new town bell as a fire alari.. on  Saturday between 12 and 1 o'clock.  Citizens are asked to report as to  whether the alarm came in sufficiently  loud to be effective in case of fire.  Public school pupils at Creston,  Erickson and Alice Siding should be  getting busy on their bird houses, as the  competition will close very shortly.  The.Wqjnen's Institute announce they  are offering prizes in three groups.  Pupils from G to 8 years 9 to 12 years  and 13 to 15 years. Prizes to boy and  girl in each group.  Tho Full Gospel Tabernacle saw a  capacity audience Sunday evening when  Evangelist Rita Elliott of Vancouver  spoke on "Broken Cisterns." An interesting feature of the service was the en-  .thuBiastic singing of the oldtime hymns.  Miss Elliott will be speaking Tuesday,  Thursday and Saturday of the coming  weok nnd then* will bo an evangelistic  rally on Sunday evening at 7.80.  C. B. Twigg, who has hod tho  position of assistant provincial agriculturist at Creston for tho past ten years,  has bee)|., nptifled of his transfer to  <?iranbrook, wbero bo will do tho work of  .district agriculturist, covering tho  ieciHUwy Ironi Siprd������,r to tho Alborta  boundary and from "Golden south to tho  hut or national boundary lino. He is asked  tdmnlco tho transfer by April 1st.  Dr. Tt.o_np-.ui., awwluU-d by Dr. Mc-  Konz. o, w������ro ir) charge of a successful  dental clinic at Croston public school on  Thursday last, whon tho tooth of all the  m \>ninese uoctor  for Your Car  __  The Chinese pay their doctors for keep-  rag them well.    That's our job with your  Ford car.    Our Mechanics are  trained to spot  trouble before ii happens.    By keeping your c&r -running smoothly all the time they'll save you many dollars  in repairs.    Bills fix small ins, and you*!! never have any major  mechanical operations to worry about.     Slip around and look  over our fully equipped shop.   You'll know then why we can  do a good, thorough job at a low price.  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER    6.     MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  ������M%mmmmm*imm 4������A_Ai_<.������A������,A iAi,A������A.   * ���������* A _______ A _.____,.____��������� ____ _____���������-A ____._,____. . ^nA nl___n A������l#tttiftin____.m_1fc_. r^i ii*'.il._Ai ItAi 0km d^i  Clean-up Time!  Claan up the winter refuse, and Phone 13 to hayo it  hauled away.    Prompt and courteous service.  JEWELL COAL���������Egg and Lump Sizes  DRY TAMARAC WOOD  4  4  4  4  4  .  CRESTON  TRANSFER  P.O. BOX 79  ALBERT DAVIES  PHONE 13  m*m*p*mwmmtM,mmM0m  mmmm**m**rmmmmmmmMm*mmm*mmam^  MMHMIWMMM  *f*m/*i*tm*y*rmawm  ly^lP  1    '    ** m%.-m%   .   MmnMk    .,, jm. ^ _ft|_ ^ __fr ^ -___f. ff ____^ ^ jffc. fl ^   rifh It lAli 4*1 ll _Jhl������ Jk l������ Afc  The Consolidated Mining &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd.  TRAIL, British Columbia  MANUFACTURERS OP  ELEPHANT  BRAND  Chemical Fertilixer*  PRODUCERS & REFINERS  of  TADANAC  Brand  Electrolytic  ttttnWHNIWWIgVWW'WW  Ammonium Phosphate  Sulphate of Ammonia  "r1 *  t*������  Superphosphate  LEAD-ZINC  CADMIUM-BISMUTH  ii<m*Mmamf*smmm*mf**^0*mMP*uW'*'mm'*>*lM^*W^^ THE   BEVXEW.   CRESTON   B.   G.  How hi Lost  24 Pounds $f Fat  &t the Same Time Gain In Physical  Vigor and Ycmthfulness and  Swiftly Possess a Clear Skin and  Vivaclous Eyes that Sparkle -with  Health..   Here's thc recipe that banishes fat  and brings into blossom all the natural  attractiveness that eveiy woman  possesses.  Every morning take one-half  teaspoon of Kruschen Salts in a glass  of hot -water before breakfast.  Be sure and do this every wioming  for ** It's the daily dose that takes  oK the fat."���������-Don't miss a morning..  Kruschen daily means that every  particle of poisonous waste matter  and harmful acids and gases are  expelled from, the system.  Modify your diet, and take gentle  exerc.se. The stomach, iivea-, kidneys  and bowels are tuned up, and the  pure, fresh blood containing these sis  salts Is carried to every part of the  body, and this is followed by "that  Kruschen feeling ** of energetic health  and activity that is reflected in bright  eyes, clear skin, cheerful vivacity and  charming figure.  Fit EE TRIAL OFFEU  If you have never tried Kresshert���������try il no-Rat our expense. We have distribut'Cd a great  Eiar.y special "GIANT" packages which make  it easy for you to prove our claim for yourself.  Ask your druggist for the new "G___NT" J5c.  package-  This consists of out regular 75c. bottle together  with a separate trial bottLe���������sufficient for about  one week. Open the trial bottle first, put ft to  the test, and then, if not entirely convinced that  Kruschen does everything v.e claim it to do. the  tegular bottle is still as good as new. Take it  back. v-our dn_gs_st ;s authorised to settsra  your 75c immediately and without question.  Vou have tried Kruschen iree. at our e_pen.se.  What could be fairer? Manufactured by  so. Griffiths Hughes. Ltd., Manchester, Esig,  CEstab. ������7561. Importers: McGiH.yray Bros-,  _..<_���������. Toronto.  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  MARCH 15  JESUS AMONG FRIENDS AN3>  .FOES  Golden Text: "Ye are my friends,  i������ ye do the things which I command  you."���������Jolm 15.14.  Lesson: Luke 10.38 to 11.54.  Devotional Reading:. Psalm 86.1-7.  _*_*������������_������  IV  13 Vili4;  m-m * _v_vn������ti_,i inn  1-____L i. LA^Ul^Mt  BRIEFLY TOLD  Additional funds to combat tuberculosis among Indians -will be asked  from tlie parliaments,, a report of "the  Department of Indian affairs reveals.  Canadian Indians, in 1929, numbered 105,012, the --department of Indian  Explanations and Conaanents  _ Martha's and Ikftary's .Friendship  j_or Jesus, 10.34-42.���������jesua was a  frequent Guest at Bethany in the  borne of I_azarus, Martha and Mary.  Oe_ one occasion Mary was sitting at  His feet aa-tl listening eagerly to His  words, when Martha, troubled about  the preparation of the meal, came  and said impatiently to Jesus, "Lord,  dost Thou: not care that my sister  did leave me to serve alone? bid her  therefore that she help sne." Can  yosa not see how troubled she was,  and how -unjustly she felt that she  was being: treated? So intense was  her feeling that she rebuked her sister in the presence of their Guest,  and in asking Him if He did not care  about her overwork, she rebuked Him  also.  Jesus tenderly repeated her name,  "Martha, Martha," thus showing His  care for her, and then gently chided  her/ "thou art anxious and troubled  about many things; but one thing: is  needful." Moffatt's translation r&ads,  "one dish alone is necessary." Both  sisters were wont to sit at *esus'  feet (note the word "also," verse  39); and according to Moffat t's translation we may assume that both  helped to prepare the meal, tout Mary  returned, thinking the fare prepared  adequate. Martha, on the other hand,  wished ta serve  a more... pretentious  dinner^7-���������one ������.������ 3x_.____v c?ishf^$? ������** _>**_.pt"  better to honor the" Lord. The whole  point of Jesus' words to her, then,  was to warn her against herself. He  did. sot wish His' visit to turn her  into a drudge. He desired her also to  sit at His feet and l������arn.  "If you had seen Martha you would  frequently have  said of her doings,  S^Efc'K  ItshliBS ___etds Right Away  ���������-**Zhsi& ecs8s__,f������r s&t e_*-iu-.aU_a. Sinai* a&p.t-  4ftUo__ 6f eSoot__--SftlT_-' *B<_.4 itch ������n__. ta  right aw*;. My skin ia no* clear." Jan������. Paul*.  "Sooth*. Sahr-A" Is quE-kest known reKef for.  eczema, ttehlnirgtens- ecales^o. All ������ro_rgl*tB.  ������������MBaW____B______-8a__L-_-_LI I 1111 1  '    -  C^-lnfil  Yield to this  ^sr^-jTr^ siffl e rife  * Redden cheat  with hot wet  towels; rub on-���������  ^^apply thickly  __.^ay\f A F* O R t-J 1st  fiv������������faM/WQMJAftSy$������DY&Mr  New RadBo Treatment  Professor Stleboeck, of the Vienna  polyclinic, recently has been using  three meter waves from a one-half  kilowatt radio transmitter for treatment of inflamrnation of the lungs  such aa is associated with influenza;  eases of cancer and. internal suppur-  eratlon. He claims to have had encouraging success.  Persian Balm���������Invaluable to the  whole family. To the mother, a flawless aid to loveliness. To the child a  soothing, healEng balm. And to the  father, a splendid hair fixative ana  cooling shaving lotion. Persian Balm  tones and refreshes the skin. Makes  hands delightfully soft and white.  Indispensable to dainty women. A  little gentle rubbing and it is absorbed by the tissues, making the  skin truly rose-leaf in texture.  Manitoba Miming Industry  Over $62,000,000 lis Now Invested In  This STEtdusfry  Hon. X>. G. McKenzie, Minister of  the Department of Natural Resources.  for the Province off Manitoba, reports  a twenty per cent, increase in Manitoba's mineral production for 1929  over the previous year, the total production amounting in value to $5,-  423,825.  Capital invested in the Manitoba  mining industry is now computed io  be over $62,000,000.  The year 1930 was the best yet In  the mining history of Manitoba in  the matter of advances towards mineral production. Mining expenditures  that year were IS per cent, over the  previous year's figure of $12,500,000.  Fruit acids, paradoxically, counteract the acid effects of certain  foods in the diet.  JfcisiiStem  on Coughs ������. Colds  A speedy, safe, proven remedy  for children and adults.  Buei���������������__-������Y'������  ' smm 0 mm ^F *mr 5������* E mBsSr  Acl% UkeaFhuh -ASinaESipPoovcstt  Slump In Watch Industry  The watch-making crisis in Switzerland appears-to have been reached.  July, 1930, was the poorest month in  years, only 114,000 cases being turned  out. But the heaviest decline has  been in pocket watches and automobile    SiGCkg.   -TaS    fc-QC-iS,     SQ-OSt    O*  which In former years were exported  to the United States, have nearly disappeared from the market.  Smallest Wotldng Locomotive  What is claimed to be the smallest  did less;'   working locomotive    m    cue    wurau.  The  woman  was  overwrought.   The  busiest   mother   will   do   amazingly  well for herself if she will withdraw  Affair^. rPtiorts   One-hal* a._*_ listed as \from   m*    ardent    demands    of    the  Afiairs reports. one-nai_ are listed as | domestic clrcle ^ have ten miimtes  Roman Catholics  More than $35,000,000 was spent  by the British Government in the Bast  fiscal year to help finance projects  for providing work - for the unemployed.  More definite protection for the  agricultural debtor from foreclosure  was sought by the board of tbe United Farmers of Canada, in session recently at  Saskatoon.  The counciE of London, Ontario,  has decided to support the Winnipeg  resolution favoring the setting aside  cf the day after Christmas as a holiday.  The "rock pile" will be restored to  all Ontario reformatories and jails in  the belief that reformation is best  accomplished by hard and productive  labor. Prisoners will be provided  with goggles to prevent the danger  of eye-injury.  with her I_ord. But I have so much  to dor. I know all about it, but you  will do them better for the apparent  waste. Deep communion gives lis the  power of fine action. It conveys to  the soul a calm, assurance of God.  The nerves are soothed and calmed  and the soul as stilled."���������J. H.  Jowett.  "For Mary hath chosen the good  part which shall not be taken away  from, her." "Not yours in bustling  about, Martha, but hers is 'the good  part' of ministering not to My body's  but to My spirit's need for sympathy  and -understanding. It   will    not    be  4m*^m*'m-m*%       -������������*u-i*-mv       I*-***      ���������mmm^-mmw      *-_^������      ftJTm-W      T-l'S/3/3* ���������������*<���������*  bunvru    xxviiA    JkAKi*,     ������__.������-/-vv      ������JJ������     J-T-tjr      fjiuuLksg  her to help you, and it is of such a  character that she will never lose it."  Mary's gift was not so much sympathy as the power to detect in those  whom she met what was the main  thing to .be sympathized with." ���������~  George Matheson.  "Speak Eow to me, my Saviour, low  and sweet  Prom out the hallelujahs, sweet and  low,  I_est I should fear and fall, and miss  Thee so  Who are not missed by any that entreat���������  r. -. .1��������� _._ _. _.��������� 4��������� ������ir_.������... -.4- mt,.. ���������������_,___. ii I  _>|>car_   u<_" **_<_ ad  t__> u_mj   u������ _.i*j  *.C^������.  ���������Mrs .Browning  made by J. J. Langridge, of River-  sidewalk, Isleworth, Middlesex:, is ex^  exhibited at the Wimbledon and District seventh annual exhibition at  Wimbledon, England. The model,  which runs by electricity, can be almost, entirely covered by a postage  stamp.  /Ife.  NEURITIS  One fame that hcl^s is to  ,wSi__   S_di5u,   _KH_s;   2s_   4'*_a_->  aid's. Tiien rub the ___.tm.en_  gently in.  _.^__-j-_  ��������� by covering all perishable  ith Para-Sani Heavy  Waxed Paper. Para-Sani  moisture-proof texture will keep  them fresh until you are ready  to use them.  Ww������*l1 ������i++iA +���������***������> Dor<i__.^or._ cowifr_M_  knife-edged carton handy. Of  use "'Centre Pull" Packs in sheet  form for less exacting uses. At  grocers, druggists, stationers.  Western Represenlaiiae3:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SASK.  m-_.i__i___.-_r.m_j!_!J--.3--^^  Make  Your Windows  Pay  mm%m**mm**m**m^*mam*a<*4  mmmmm>*****a**^***M***B  mm**^******^*1**M*+*m**mm**������**mm**mm������*m*1ma***A  l*am**m*mmmmm**mV**mPmm**mmmm>  **m***mj***********0~*4a**nm\  ������Uiw_J^__>W^<*W**J������f  C_-L__3  E3  E_l    K3^S_ BTTS  mmz K_W E3  ITH ��������� in B_k unL Em ll^H  CHILDREN will fret, often for no  ' apparent renson. But there's, always CastorEa! Harmless as the rec3po  on tho wrapper; mild and bland ns it  tastes. But its gentle action soothes  n youngster more surely tl.un a. more  powerful medicine.  That's tho benuty of this special  children*!} remedy! It mnav too fliven  tho tiniest infant���������as often ns thoro  io. need. Tn cnaeB of colic, dinrrlien or  similar disturbnnco. it is invaluable.  A coated tongue calls for junt n Few  drops to ward off constipation; bo  does siny Huoocfltioa' of hod breath.  Whenever childron don't eat well,  don't rest well, or htwo any little  unset���������thi������ n������ro vegetable prepnra-  tfon im UHiially nil Hint's needed.  Dust Causes AstSima. Even a little speck too small to see will lead  to agonies which, no words can  describe. The walls of the breathing  tubes contract and it seems as if the  very life must paBS. Fr>om this condition Dr. J J>. Kellogsr's Asthma  Remedy brings tho user to perfect  rest. It relieves the passages ancl  normal breathing1 is firmly established  again. 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Voting chicken & and turkey* aro entirely feee from leg wealc*  SS5S a������c2 dEccsce sstdl frill thrive in wt������bi<em**ii������ *m&������r Windolitat,   Windolito cornea 'In''ffoHii-' '���������'���������  any lenastji, but 36 tnchea wide on?y,  LDisteibuftors: JOHN A. CBANTLEE} A CO.,- Lm;::  U WdUmcton Sl_ W*        ���������        ���������        -       -        TOaONTO, ONV,  IllllMUttllUillUIIIIIIUIlUBIIIIIUIIIUIUIIIIUI-^^ /  ���������XB-E   REVIEW.   CRESTOK.   B,    O.  fr-  /}/  Ems  in  B   _______ A ._____.  t_WS������?  24 Pounds of Fat  At the Same Time Gain in Physical  Vigor    and    Youthfulness    and  Swifsiy Possess a Clear Skin, and  Vivacious Eyes that Sparkle with  Health.       ___________  Here's thc recipe that banishes fat  and brings into blossom all the natural  attractiveness that every, woman  possesses.  Every morning take one-half  teaspoon of Kruschen Salts in a glass  of hot water before breakfast.  Be sure and do this every morning  for " It's the jlaily dose that takes  oil the fat."���������JL>on"'t", miss a morning.  Kruschen daily means that every  particle of poisonous waste matter  and harmful acids and ' gases are  expelled from the system.  Modify your diet,, and take gentle  exercise. Thc stomach, liver, kidneys  and boWcls are tuned up, and the  pure, fresh blood containing these six  salts is carried to every part o������ the  body, and this is followed by "-that  Knsschcn feeling" of energetic health  and activity that is reflected in bright  eyes, clear skin, cheerful vivacity and  charming figure.  FREE THiAL OFFE  If yoa. have- aever tried KaTJsdien���������try it now  at our expense. We have distributed a great  many special "GIANT" packages <R__ic__ make  it easy for yens to prove our claim for yourself.  Ask your druggist for the new "GIANT" 75c.  package.  Tina consists o. our regular 75c. bottle together  with a separate trial bottle���������sufficient for about  one week. Op������__ the trial bottle first, put it to  the test, and then., if not entirely convinced that  Kruschen does everythsitg -w e claim it to do. the  regular bott'e is still as good aa new. Take it  back. Your druggist is authorised to return  your 75c. itnmediately and -*vithout question.,  vou have tried. Kruschen free, at our expense.  What could be fairer? Manufactured by  E.   Griffiths   Hughes,   Ltd.,   Manchester,   Engf.  iEstah.  1756).,     Importers. McGillivray Bros.,  _td., Toronto.  i-t.:_i1.fl.IISHl!1!EITl!S!H_Ul.nil!iHHHIil!2  im  I OIL UVUl I i  HIGHWAY I  ��������� BV ��������� B  CHRISTINE   WHITEN������ g  PARMENTER ������������  Copyright 192& 8  lT6������-__S1^iai__S-_. _l--iS_-3!-Sli_i9IIIIiei!USllfil?f  CHAPTER XI.���������Continued.  ���������Td keep them nights audi all-. Gay,  if I d-dn't know you'd be happier to  have them here," said Janey under-  standingly. '^Mother says not to worry about dinner for tomorrow. Shsf*I  send down enough, for everyone. Oh,  Gay, I wish we could do more!"  Gay couldn't spea������. This was the  third day, when things looked very  black indeed. A second nurse was installed now, and Uncle Sim was  staying at tho Bakersville Hotel,  spending his time between Gay's -garden, where he paced back and forth  like  a caged beast, and John Max-  *VSH'S     22.012S6        ***Il****a      In A      fr-Tir-lr      *m      __***-���������$  pleasure in helping to keep the babies happy.  An atmosphere of gloom pervaded  the First National Bank.  "Gosh I" exclaimed Johnny Symmes,  whose cage joined Nick's, ''what If  he don't get well? I saw Doc Bennett this morning, and "he said "  He broke off suddenly, and began  an attempt at whistling that deceived  | no one;.. while two st enographers  [ openly wiped their eyes. The First  [ National Bank was about as^cheerful  ��������� as a mausoleum.  Gloom also pervaded the house of  I Halliday. After five days Angela said  she could stand it no longer.  "I believe I'll go to the shore. Between heating you at the telephone  t calling up the hospital   about    that  child���������and the sight of that horrible  ; old  man pacing  up  and  down, that  : garden, I'll go crazy. I think I'll go  . to Narragansett for a month."  I     "You will do no such thing."  I     James Halliday spoke quietly, but  with decision-  "You: may   be   heartless,   Angela,  but for the sake of decency you shall  - not behave so, when, because of your  own  actions, the man is  at death's  door."  She drew an angry breath.  "You blame me for everything.-It  wasn't my fault    that    that    stupid  child ran in front of the automobile."  i     "No; but you shouldn't have been  ��������� there, Angela.  Considering    the    er-  < rand I had gone   on, would  it have  READ OF A CASE  i_i_T urn nuiu  _.-_!_._____* USfSl  Decided to take Lydia E_  Pinkhasara's Vegetable  Coxsrspousid  Haliiday's clenched hands trembled, j  He was remembering a. time when he ]  could not ha\'e gazed upon her thus j  without a longing to lay his cheek I  against her own. No such desire !  stirred him now. Her beauty seemed,  almost,   a   repellent   thing.   His  face  hurt you to stay quietly at home?"  Moncton, New firunswiek���������"Before  my Iaafbaby was born I was very weak,  nervous and discouraged. I saw  an advertisement  in the paper about  a woman, who had  been like me so I  bought a bottle of  Lydia B. Pink-  ham's Vegetable  Compound. I took  three bottles and  it carried me safely through that  critical time. I  have three children to care for and I  feel well and strong. I have told two  other women about your medicine."���������-  Mns. Gtrs Arsenault, 82 Albert Street,  Moncton, New Bruas wick.  sit with him a while; but you mustn't  talk. There, child! cry if you want to.  It's been a hard week���������hard on all of  us. Gay, I'm going to stop at the  bank on my way home, and let "en-  know the worst is over."  But the doctor's progress down  Main Street was very slow. People  hailed him from many a doorstep, and  went more happily about, their tasks  at the good news.  "Everyone loves Nick," he mused  as he started his car for the fifth  time in a half mile. "He's a good boy;  but I can't help wondering why he  was off that day with Mrs. Halliday.  Don't understand it. Hope people  won't get wind of It. Halliday won't  talk, but somehow I don't trust his  wife. She's a mischief-maker or I  donrt know women. Her eyes are too  innocent for truth. Eut she's mighty  pretty! Don't know when I've seen  such a pretty face; though I wouldn't  mind if she'd take it away from  { Bakersville for good and all."  but as I look back at tilings,, I see  that all your troubles come through  me!"  She retorted,    the   first   care-free  smile in days lighting her eyes: "Have  you thought where I find my joys ?"  <To Be Contfnued.)  Are Unlike Atlantic Coast Salmon In  Many Particulars  Unlike the Atlantic Coast 3almon  which spawn several times, the Pacific salmon .spawn but once and rife  immediately thereafter at the river  spawning ground. All the five varieties of Pacific salmon are members of  the family {Oncorhyrxcbus), hut show  interesting differences in length of  natural life span. The pink lives only  two years; the coho, three; the chum,  four; the sockeye, four to five; and  the spring, sIk to seven.  wm  Persian Balm���������Invaluable    to   the  whole family. To the mother, a flawless aid to loveliness. To the child a  soothing, healing balm. And to the  father, a splendid hair fixative and,  cooling shaving lotion. Persian. Balm  tones and. refreshes the skin. Makes  hands deligStfully soft and white.  Indispensable to dainty women. A  little gentle rubbing and it is absorbed by the tissues, making the  skin truly rose-leaf in. texture.  Canadian. Apple ISxports  Canadian apples showed a large increase during the 3929-30 shipping  season {covering the 1929 crop) as  compared with the previous year, 1,-  727,089 barrels having been exported  durin*" the season just closed as  against 1,021,490 barrels the year before.  to be  ..._.-.., 6 ..--. ave aone me j     g^a aMj taKe n away, for a time.  m [ Two days later, when James  Halli-  Bakersville knew your mother.3' j day returned from a trip to a distant  He turned away, then said, his back j hospitalj be foUnd    a    violet-scented  still to her:   "Who  were the friends  whom you expected  to Join you on  quivered as he looked at her_; but at   y?ur J-FjpJ"  J__-.'*." ������'^3+.__ r.  ...*.������___    -___  ' ----.v.-.j��������� ������.-._.     -u ~ ,       __ rtencis /  ast, wits a sign    of    weariness,   lie i.u,__-__ _  turned   away  and   went   to   his  own  room. , 7 .....'  For a week Nick's life hung in the  balance. The fearful chill of the cold  ride���������the strain on his nerves���������the  terrible fatigue, had done their worst;  and had it not been for the clean  young strength of him, pneumonia  would have claimed him for, a victim.  "He's got only a fighting chance,  Gay," said the old doctor honestly,  While the look in his eyes nearly  broke her heart, "but Nick won't go  under without a fight. Now's the time,  my doar, when he'll be repaid a thousandfold for leaving his wild oats unsown. He's sound and strong, and he  has a lot to live for. We'll pull him  through if it's a human possibility."  Gay hardly saw her babies in those  days. With Julie's help she dressed  them every morning, and after  breakfast Janey Garnett (John Maxwell's youngest daughter and Gay's  girlhood chum) home on a visit- with  her own baby, took thorn in charge,  keeping them happy through the long  days, and returning them at night,  ready for bed.  Her voice was a little breathless,  and her eyes dropped as he wheeled  and faced her.  "What do you mean?"  "I mean that Hastiflgs understood  you expected company to take this  trip; and .that you didn't wish to  drive the new car yourself."  She shrugged.  "Where did you get all that?"  "That's neither here nor there, but  "Yom got it from that stupid' little  woman.," she said scornfully. "Probably he concocted the story so she'd  lei him go. I didn't suppose he was so  clevexv"  "Hastings is not a liar," said her  husband quietly.  "An .3 am I?"  Her eye3 narrowed; but Halliday  merely turned and left the room.  Slowly, doggedly, Nick fought his  way through "the valley of the shadow,"  "He'll pull through' now," said the  doctor quietly, "provided he has no  set-backs, and we'll see that he  doesn't. He's sleeping quietly and naturally. When ho wakes, Gay, you can  ������>ust Causes Asthma. Even a little speck too small to see will lead  to agonies which no words can  describe. The walls of the breathing  tubes contract and itfseems as if the  very life must pass. From this condition Dr. J J_>. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy brings the user to perfect  rest. It relieves the passages and  normal breathing is firmly established  again. Hundreds of testimonials received annually prove its effectiveness.  (J  ^PHILLIPS _.  MsfM    ^  ^Tft-uMos  dw lo Acid  ^"R STOMACH  ������**.������M.U_EA.  Wi-IAT moat pcoplo coll lndlgeatiott  ia usually excess acid In the stomach.  Food has oourod. The itLfltant s.omec_y  la on alkali which jaeutraJlKoa aclda.  But don't uao crude taelpa. U00 what  Wutf doctor would, advlae,  neutralise*, many tlmea Its volume In  aold, Tho moults aro immediate with  no hairmful after-effects.  Onciw you loam thla perfect way  you'll mover deal In any other manner  with itho hoodttohoa, gas, bloating,  nauBca������ dlzxhaoss, Indigestion, bilioua-  TBuo beat 3iolp to P-nUnT).'.1 MH1* of |acaa, etc., dtoa to an over-acid j_te������_-~  MtiRn������f>Ia. For the BO years olnco ita aoh and bowels.  Invention, tt haa remained standard. Bo sure to got gamlna jptauiin^^  with physlolana. You will find 110th-!it lo nlwaya a liquid; never made Jn  tttg1 oloo ������o quick In Its effect, 00[tablet form. Lriolc for tho iiamo  liarmlerifl, so ailtalent, I Philllpi on tlso hot _Io. All drucotores  One taato-eao   -spoonful   In   water j aoll it���������80o������,  (Made tn Canada)  note in his wife's place:  "Now that our neighbor is out of  danger, I. suppose I -may get the  change I need. "iTou gave me little  enough sympathy after that terrible  experience; but then, I didn't expect  sympathy from you. Pm going to  Rye. Don't look for me for a fortnight, or longer, but send a check  first mail."  "It's just as well," said Halliday to  himself, as he dropped the missive in  the waste basket. "It may be a relief lo Mrs. Hastings to know she's  gone."  But in truth, Gay had no thoughts,  unkind or otherwise, of Angela Halliday. In those days- of anxiety and  dread she had forgotten her. Now, in  the joy of seeing Nick come back to  life, nothing else mattered,  "There's a lot to explain," he said  011 the first day he was allowed a  word or two, "but I haven't the  strength for it now. If you'll just keep  on trusting me "  "I'll.trust you forever and ever,"  she interrupted, and he said:  "I know, dear. I've known lt all  the time; but there's something Fve  got to ask or I can't rest. A terrible  thing happened on that trip, Gay. I  must And out "  "It's all right, Nick," she broke in  quietly. "The child is living. Mr.  Halliday told me. He's been to see the  little thing. Oh, my deai% everyone  has been so wonderful! Now that  you're getting better I���������I feel that  these terrible days have toce������ paid  for, almost, in human kindness."  He smiled, and would have spoken,  but she said: "Wait, Nick. I haven't  flnisliod. I've been finding out that-  what your mother told you Is truo as  truth, When the way seems hardest  wo do seem to reach a hill-top, n  place whero wo can breathe again,  and see life and���������and everything, with  a now vision. I enn't say just what I  mean, perhaps, but I feel that I've  reached ono of those hill-tops now.  Life will load ua into the valley again,  I know; there'll bo suffering, and  trouble, and doubts, and anxieties to  live through; but I shall alwaya be  i'Je'Jiuii1 fo_. tike aoAViioBui o������ m_t>_.<_ who  tried bo make this, hard time easier.  Don't you believe that, HiakY"  -.-.f'Oh, Gay," lie answered, ������U I could  only itoop y6tl"o^t������������"WSI-tC������pa! But���������  1 ' ������ 1111 [ .-mil" 11 ' ll l������l_lli-___l������  Live On Small Income  The    tiny   amount   of  money   on  which the. average Chinese f amily exists i3 stsikingly set forth in a gov-  estl@ss  CHILOHEN  CHILDREN wiM fret, often for no  ^fea"* apparent reason. But there's always Castoria t Harmless as the recipe  on the wrapper; mild and bland as it  tastes. But its gentle acticn soothes  a youngster more surely than a more  powerful medicine.  That's the beauty of this special  children's remedy! It may be given  the tiniest infant���������as often as there  is need. In cases of colic, diarrhea or  similar disturbance, it is invaluable.  A coated tongue calls for just a few  drops to ward off constipation; so  does any suggestion of bad breath.  "Whenever children don't eat well*  don't rest well,, or have any little  upset���������this pure vegetable preparation is usually ail that's needed.  SS*43SR4^  rfclsJi&ea'A  <A> 7fUrsM  *m*m14****m**m*m  on Coughs & Colds  A speedy, safe, proven remedy  for children and adults.  _?A  eminent survey. The survey showed  .Cactus Plants Need Water  A botanist points out that people  who grow cactus plants in pots often  fail  to water them,  forgetting* that  that middle class-families frequently   in the  desert  tho cactus  stores up  have incomes of less than $500 Chinese currency {about $140 Canadian  currency at the present depressed  rate of exchange)   & year.  tVpnT^^*.'* h     maa*    __a������_r_r._>i  One Atom Thick  A layer of Caesium metal one atom  thick, 300,000 times thinner than a  sheet of notepaper, lines the bulb of  a new photo-electric cell. It is part  of an apparatus used for measuring  both daylight and starlight.  Horsehair   upholstery    is    becoming very popular in Germany.  For .Rheumatic  Pains.���������The   pains  and aches cf. Sciatica and Rheumatism should be treated with I>r.  Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil. The soothing  and healing properties of this famous  remedy have been demonstrated for  fifty years. Use it also for inflammatory pains, cuts, scratches, bruises  and sprains, either in human beings  or the lower animals.  Hull, England, will devote $27,230  of the profits from the municipally-  owned telephone system, to reduction  of taxes.  FREQUENT  W.   N.   IT,   18801  NEVER let a throbbing head women depend upon Aspirin  interrupt your shopping!   Or tablets every month to spare  other pain that Aspirin ends bo them from those pains peculiar  qu.c_.Iy. TJmYo iiatriiifcss tablets to women. These tablets do x.oi.  are an antidote for thc most depress the heart; they may be  acute pain.  RelSef is almost used as frequently as there is  instantaneous. Taken in time need of their quick comfort*  they will break up a cold and So, it'a folly to endure -any  head off discomfort. They'IB pain that AspirEn tablets could  relieve   your   suffering:   from relieve: bo promptly. Get thee  neuralgia* neuritis, or the like, genuine, which ie.  alwaya ta  at  any  time.   Thousands' of be had at any drugstore.  TRAtmCMANK It  {Mode in Canada)'  N  "<������������^K THE   CRESTON  REVIEW  Local and Personal  Tuesday is St. Patrick's Day.  WANTED���������500-chick brooder, state  price.   John Wittman, Wynndel, B.C.  FOR SALE���������Ewes with lambs, prices  according.   J. Jaancey, Wt nndel, B.C.  Crocuses in full bloom in Creston  gardens were reported at the end of the  week.  Frank Garreit of Blake was a weekend  guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank LaBelle at  the Creston Hotel.  FOR SALE���������Baby crib, steel, with  mattress and springs complete, good as  new. Also wringer. Albert Stewart,  ureston.  HAY FOR SALE���������Quantity of alfalfa.  $20 per ton at stack. John S erwood,  Creston.  FOR SALE���������Jersey cow, freshens end  of March, third calf. Apply P.O. Box  46, Creston.  Miss J. Allen of Yahk was a weekend  visitor at Creston, a guest of Miss  Josephine Pederson.  Mrs. Armstrong of Nelson was a weekend guest of her son, C. F. Armstrong,  assistant C.P.R. agent.  Rev. Father Choinel, O.M.I., will say  Mass in Holy Cross Church on Sunday,  March loth, at 10.30 a.m.  FOR SALE���������British Sovereign Strawberry plants, $5.50 per thousand.   Cyph-  Sam Moon, Wynndel,  er's 250-cgg .ncuoavOi auu miuuuw, ������p_. v.  to the  Full Gospel Tabernacle  SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 7.30 p.m.  Subject :  "THE GREAT TRIBUNAL ^  Speaker:  Evangelist RITA ELLIOTT  7.45 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays. 7.45 p.m.  ���������___.____-__������_���������,___.       A-  A-   Am. A.  f^    I   ^   I   ____        ftl    fll   if       ���������*>_-  A  ..____      A  ���������  A  ,  t  w  r  O^SiS"        STrtS^tfi f������_F-B_SBtl       aSsssS       _L__������__3������  HMR ��������������������������� ��������� III wmmm 2__2 ������____���������_ 5 2 ���������__ _____ ___    ���������.-mm n h b ^mm _��������� B H H B__SEB    ^a HH  gi,-,- -    ���������   mm. mm   tg   rgi   g   **. QpMB   SS___i8-   BmkS 19   IO ���������  B=S SS __gffq    |3   ta   ^9 mmmmm    *m   ���������_������������������   ���������_���������_   ������������������ ���������__-_    _____    AH     BPV  hhm ������������������ n ������ 3 5 *^S S TTt ���������*___���������_ ���������������___! _____ ___n n    y^jp n B B "___sffl B E  ���������in.   ��������� h��������� a n b B BS B^.__r ^___w B_a<__| ������91 IO Ba IBB 53       -' tie.   5 5 5 _���������_���������_���������__������������������   ���������_��������� ���������__  iiuui; i uisuf up! dlis  an  I  "I->A"V TT>  NOW SELLING zvix  LpH ^ H  Coimnencing March 6th we will sell Flour, Feed, Grain  and Hay for Cash.    Positively no credit given  We will carry the same high quality lines in Flour and  Feed, and intend to meet all competitive prices.  On the Cash basis you will save money, and we will be  spared a lot of bookkeeping���������and some bad debts.  Let us h&ve your order for fertilizer at once.  Order for carload will be placed early next week.  m  I  OrPQffin ������niiatf   nn-nnsratiuo  Aoon  CRESTGN  Two  UtUIBO  ERICKSON  .._-. j_. __. __,. __. __..__.. __..__._>.__. __.__.  a__l^h^__Mk^k___4l^������-__Mk_a__������M__l____k_BW_k>aW  CAR FOR SALE���������Tudor sedan, 1927  model, in good shape, a bargain, can be  seen at Commercial Hotel.  HOUSE FOR RENT���������3-room house  on ranch, about a mile from town.  Apply Geo. Murrell, Creston.  Mrs. J. W. Dow, is home again after a  month's visit with her daughter, Mrs.  S. A. MacDonald, at Summerland.  FOR SALE-Baled straw; hay, baled  and loose; 2 C,W. oats for feed or seed  Also potaotes.   E. Nouguier, Canyon.  COW FOR SALE���������Milch cow, half-  bred Jersey, 4 years old, second calf, will  freshen Mayl.   A. N. Couling, Creston  Urcell and Edna Farris, who are at  high school at Bonners Ferry, were home  for the weekend with their parents, Mr.  and Mrs. J. G. Farris.  Up to the first of t e month 195 auto  and truck licenses have been issued at  Creston, accounting for half the motor  vehicles in the district.  HATCHING EGGS���������Purebred S.C.  White Leghorns, 75c per setting, or 5  cents per egg for incubator setting.  J. W. Robinson, Creston.  At the board of trade meeting on  Tuesday night announcement is made  that the get-acquainted trip to Boswell  will be made on Wednesday next.  Harold Speers has r turned to his  work with the C.P.R. Express Company  at Trail after a month's holiday with his  parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Speers.  At a congregational meeting at  Trinity United Church on Sunday evening J. W. Robinson and H. Gobbett were  chosen to fill vacancies in the board of  elders.  Creston has had typically March  weather all week. Some sunshine,  considerable wind, rain, snow and sleet.  A splendid   moisture   supply has been  February revenues at the Creston  office of the provincial police totalled  $535, of which $447 was paid for motor  licenses. Police court fines and costs  were $38.  Due to poor health G.A.M. Young  has tendered his resignation as secretary  to Creston Valley Hospital Association,  and R. Chandler has been named to  "succeed him.  POTATOES FOR SALE���������Early Ohio  and Gold Coin. Good for seed or table  use, $1.50 per 100 lbs. Leave orders at  Farmer ' Institute. Andrew Johnson  (Hatfield ranch), Creston.  Col. Allan of Nelson, forestry department check scaler was in the district last  week on official business. The many  small contracts for ties gives him considerable extra getting abont.  Fans are reminded of the annual  meeting of Creston Baseball Club which  will be held at 2 p m., Sunday, March  15th, at the Commercial Hotel. Frank  Putnam is retiring president.  PIGS FOR SALE���������32 Purebred Yorkshire pigs ranging from nine weeks  to three months old,".will be sold at the  auction sale of the Hurry Estate effects  on Wednesday, March 18th, at Creston  Transfer yards, Creston.  W. C. Macfarland returned on Friday  last from a business visit at Vulcan,  Alberta, and reports prospects are for a  lessened wheat acreage this year.   Very  few farmers will sow grain on stubble in  1931.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Auxiliary are  having their usual St. Patrick's tea and  sale of home cooking at the home f  Mrs. H. S. McCreath, on Saturday,  March 14th, from 3 to 5.30 p.m., to  which all are invited.  . Mr. and Mrs. A. McKinnon, who  arrived from Empress, Alberta, last fall  and have been Occupying the Cherrington cottage on Hillside Road, have  moved to Canyon City, where they will  reside for the present, at least.  I  nuuiiuiB  OaIq  _-_)���������������������������   ���������>       m . *���������**  4  _.���������.__-- 4  \m UUK st.mu_.; ruu'u. Liivt si  of  Furniture, Farm  Implements, &c.  at  Creston  Transfer Yards  Victoria Ave., Creston  on  ff Gllsi Ifiolb  Sale at 1.30 p.m.  The property of the Estate of  the late F. K, Hurry.  ���������_r_c" __������ met? .     /*>ici_"  2. M2ia^s.v&K9 i      C/-_)il  Jas.   Compton,   Auctioneer.  SERVICE TO  ALL  CABS  GAS,  OIL and  ACCESSORIES.  REBORING and  VALVE GRINDING  with up-to-date  machinery  Let us give  new life!  Creston Motors  Canyon St. at Barton Ave  .yy uiy.y  I    Ik Iff-V  UlNl 1  Rev. R.  E. CRIBB, B.A., Minister.  11.00 a.m.���������WYNNDEL.  4.00 p.m.���������CANYON.  7.30 p.m.���������CRESTON.  M Sr" _  /_*������!������  TUbi  jai u  No reference need be made regarding  the merits of this ever-popular Silk.  Those who have previously bought  Fuji Silk at Speers' know that they  can depend on getting the best value  procurable in the regular way. This  is the same all-silk aualitv that has  .A- %J  glways given unquestionable service  in every kind of washable garment  for adults and children. Buy with  your future requirements in mind  white low price is available.  Aniun  UflARU  int/iuit  FRI.-SAT., Mar  .12-13  THISTLE brand PURE LARD  CHOICE QUALITY,   Rendered by tho Union Packing Com-  any, Calgary.  io  5  lbs   -$1.95  lbs   -    .95  ibs ���������  ���������    .60  CRESTON MERCANTILE  OMPANY,   LTD.  ,** |r|^J_w*j*tl*K^ M*^?������?,^!$������^  1.,-J -l . "-mr"" t x'j'" r  5pnn  9Rn  m  U_ffiB IH  5 __���������__��������� ____   B D  NEWEST PATTERNS  FAST COLORS  ERNST  LUBITSCH  PRODUCTION    *  "_V_ONT���������  CARLO  5. A.  SPEERS  Dry Goods,Grocer ies.    PHONE 3    Furniture 9 Hardware  *mm**,*Mmm*mmmtmmmmmwmfmjmm*rm  *rmmmmm������i***umm *m* mtym  WITH  JACK BUCHANAN  JEANETTE M^DOMAID  CZ Qmunowu Qlcture  Farmers and Ranchers  Spring is at hand and everyone will soon bo busy in orchards and on  he land. Then you will discover that you need somo new ma'chinery for  or your farm and orchard work, and in that case do not forget that wo nro  doalersin the COCKSHUTT line.   We can supply you with any piece of  Metrotome: News.      Comedy  t  for  doji  machinery from tho Tractor to tho o.dlnary walking   Plow.   And we will  have in stock a full lino of Farm Machinery, aa well aa a amplos, before  spring worlc beoins.   Easy payments coin be arranged to suit your purse.  Now is the time to order your new SPRAY BOILERS. Thoy  aro made of Heavy Sheet Iron and woldod throughout, No loaking.  The price is specially attractive this year.  As we have enlarged our Shop and installed the very latest  in Equipment we crin give Prompt Service and Satisfaction.  PLUMBING FIXTURES and SUPPLIES aro now lowor in  price ihan for many years.   Now, ia tho timo to modernize your  homo hy putting in a complete- Km.'of  Plumbin  tallc it ovor.   Wo will cheerfully submit prices.  Oomo in and  Greston Blacksmith^ Plumbing &  Heating Company  ST-raJSNSVR-TJE* Jfe REED  .A.-_.__.-_.__.-_.-__-k._W.__^-_.A.-_.__.__._.._k.A.-l-,. J..*,. _.._>.


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