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 Provincial IAbrarr  aplSI  TWTEW  ������rfB____*MB> W __���������_���������_���������> *������������������__���������_!___��������� 9 V  Vol. XXIi:  CBESTON, B C, FRIDAY,  MARCH 20, IB31  No. 52  .\iKtv  Leveane Succeeds  Himself. Trustee  East Creston Irrigation District  Annual Meeting Adopts Balance Sheet���������Debate Rehire! of  S25.0D Guaranteed for Survey.  X  R.  Orchardists in tie East Creston  Irrigation District were out in targe  numbers on Wednesday afternoon last  for the annual meeting of the district in  the united Church hail, with W.  Truscott elected chair-nan, and P.  Truscott, secretary for tbe gathering.  The balance sheet was presented.  the secretary-treasurer, L. T. Leveque,  and his review of financial affairs proved  quite satisfactory as few questions were  asked prior to the meeting adopting the  statement, which has been audited by J.  W. Hamilton.  The assets of the district show that  $94,041 was spent on the construction of  the main, conduit, with the mtereis.  shown, as costing $10,785, and. materials  $38,379. Payments to engineers is  shown at $7,401. Of the $150,000  Conservation Fund, $3332 is shown as  unissued. Payments retained on contract include $4462 still due  the  B.C.  presentative of Western Grocers, Cranbrook, made his usual visit here on  Thursday last. This will be his last call  as he has been transferred to Lethbridge,  Alberta.  Steve Bullock is a patient at Creston  hospital this week. He is laid up with  a woodtick infection.  Quite a number of Erickson young  people were at Wynndel on Tuesdisy  night for the St. Patrick's dance given  by the K.K. Klub of that town.  More than a few from Erickson were  at Creston on Saturday afternoon for the  annual meeting of Creston Valley Co-  Operative Association at which J. M.  Craigie and E. Haskins retired from the  directorae and are replaced by P. Knott  and W. H. Kolthammer. The former  has been a member of the executive for  about a dozen years.  It Js expected that quite a number of  Erickson school pupils wil; have entries  in the 'Women's Institute birdhouse  exhibition to be held at Creston on  March 28th.  At   the   annual  meeting   of   Creston [  Baseba!! C!ub  Ready for 1931  Expect to Have League Games  Same as 1930���������Past Year Suc-  ,: _������__*,  cess iriiiarsCiaiiy���������aegson jlick-  ets at $2.50 Available 1931.  the pick of the intermediate talent whicb.  last year dished up a pretty fair line of  baseball on the Sunday afternoons the  league team was out of town. 0  The usual votes of thanks were tendered the players:, officers and club officials  for their work, and the general public  ���������for the fine support given the game In  1930.  Institute Having  Bird House Fair  Oanyois ������������ty  _"���������_������.____._������*���������-,   _"<_..-_.-__.__���������     _______  ���������<_. vu������i_Y_������c x_"u__-tFaujr, wuivu  J ���������___������__-  uxsLBUcrUi  _._   vue  S-iTri/- o*.  _^ _mi. v. _.jr ,  __ ..���������  ossenaii cms ���������n  was  chosen   manager   for   1931.   Roy  Telford had charge of the club last year.  mam.  There was quite a lively discussion on  the Item of $1176, which was a sum  raised prior to construction from  businessmen and ranchers to enable the  trustees to engage Engineer McCulloch  to make the initial survey on which the  district was able to make out a clear case  for the government loan of $150,000.  Orchardists who had contributed to this  at the rate of $25 each argued that the  amount should Laye b^een dedaci������diirom  the charges paid .Ijbis I y������it-> The matter  will have -the attention of the 1931  trustees and. st is uoped to be able to  satisfactorily, reimburse the guarantoi-Y  thisyvar.  The meeting was informed that the  grading of the lands for assessment "purf  poses last year will probably be changed  this season as it is expected the govern-  ment will send in an authority on irrigae-  ed fruit lands to make an' official classification. It was intimated, too, that in  future the collecting of the monies due  would be made by the provincial collector  of taxes.  A vote of thanks to Mr. Levevue,  whose term as trustee has expired, was  submitted by Col. Mallandaine and  Frank Putnam, both of whom spoke in  praise o������ the efficient Service he hud  rendered, carried unanimously, and confidence of the same sort was in evidence  when Mr. Leveque was re-elected unop  posed for a three-year term as trustee,  and with R, J. Long and J. M. Craigie  will comprise the trustee board for 1931.  tEw������ScBii%on  Mrs. Bamford, who has spent some  months at Nelson, arrived on Sunday on  a visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bundy.  Alex.   Derby,   the   well   known  re������  A CHINESE FOLK PLAY  IN COSTUME  "The  viOlBII  will be presented by the  Children  Trinity TJnited  Church on  MB ���������       t ;��������������� ' '   i%t"jmf  at 8.15 p.m*  Also  DRILLS, SONGS  CALESTHEN1CS  Adults 50c.    Children 25c.  Miss Curtis and R. Steven* are the  committee in charge of the Community  Society court whist at the schoolhouse  on Saturday night, 21st, with an admission of 25 cents.  The grader was over the roads again  at the first o������ the week and travelling is  in good shape in this district. A crew of  three men are giving the highway at the  twin bridges sonde needed attention.  _Ui i^e Listen xesidenis.:<: working at  Washout Creek were home for the week-*  end, taking in the waterworks district  ??' sting c������n Saturday night.  ���������*** Ivor G������stafson spent a few days with  friends in Nelson this week.  Mr. Thiesen of Vancouver, district  representative for the Canada Colonization Association, was here on Friday  on a checkup of the German settlers the  association has placed in the area. *  The landowners had a meeting at- the  schoolhouse on Friday night when  waterworks district matters were discussed preparatory for the annual meeting the following evening. Frank Baker  was in charge of the gathering.  R. A. Hunt of Victoria, legal adviser  to the Land Settlement Board, was here  at the weekend,, representing thc board  at the waterworks district meeting on  Saturday night. ,.      E _  Mr. Wilson of Vancouver, a poultry  hatchery inspector for the Dominion  governme ,t, was here on an official tvislt  at the Fred Powers poultry farm at end  of the week. All White Wyandottes at  the Powers farm are now enrolled in  what is styled a government approved  flock, numbering about 1E0 birds.  Specializing in high class production is  proving worth while as the Powers form  has just received an order for 600 hatching eggs from the Hawkeye hatchery -at  Carroll, Iowa.  Practically every land owner in the  district was out on Snturday night���������for  thc annual meeting of the Lh. tor Waterworks District which was hold In the  schoolhouse with Frank Baker presiding.  and A. R. Bernard secretary for tho-  meeting. It. A. Hunt of Victoria was  here representing tlio Land Settlement  Bonrd. Two tariistccB had to he elected,  Col. Fred Ltater'n tern* 'having- eicpErcd,  und to fill tho vacancy caused by,the  resignation of R T. M.liner. Col,  Lister waa re-elected "for n ' three-year  term over Frank linker, and W. P.  Edwards will succeed Mr. Millner,  also beating Mr. Bakotr In tho balloting.  German landowners nxprcBsr-cl great '������U������-  nppolntment when thoy were ��������� d������c_a.<_d  ineligible to vote, the Water Act giving  this right "to Britiah subjects only.  Yenrly payments totalling $6100 aire required and the mooting was omphntEo in  declaring* ouch an amount wnw altogether  too high under existing condUiknm.  About 0000 ncret. are being aaamed, of  which about _ OSS a_o owed by tho Hand  S������iUIci*..t>ut Board, unci just over 1000  acres havo boon sold or Icaawd in tho  past two yearo to noweomcrB,  Baseball enthusiasts from all points in  the district were on hand Sunday afternoon for the annual meeting of Creston  Baseball Club which was held in the  Commercial Hotel, with M. R. Joyce in  charge of proceedings. The financial  statement covering 1930 was presented  and revealed that from all sources last  year the club had enjoyed a cash intake  of about $750. Oiifcisf this the grounds  had been put in -first-class shape, the  grandstand rebuilt-[uniforms purchased,  sacks, bats, balls, and transportation  provided, and there is still a balance of  $32.     ���������    .   ���������  ���������   ���������        :y:y  Collections taken at the various games  uniformly good, the opening  game here with Sandpoint being the big  money getter, paid admissions that day  running over $90. Citizens had been  generous in contributing via the subscription list passed about a year ago,  and the village council had donated $50.  The balance sheet was adopted with  little discussion and officers for 1931  were then elected as follows.:  at  March 28th. is Exhibition Date���������  Tea and Home Cooking Sale  jSgnr.-*   _A__!ei*_!OQn���������^K^l!!   Bsck  Field Day for Valley Schools.  Crislef i had been  President-  -Frank  Vice-president���������-A/L. Palmer.  Secy.-Treas ���������M. R. Joyce.  Manager���������Ray Crisler.  Finance Committee���������"M. J.  Benmger,  C. F. Armstrong, R.. Chandler, RyS.  Bevan.  Grounds    eommittee-^-Orin   Hayden,  Joe Romano. ���������*.-.-.���������  "Word is already ko hand that Troy,  _5__hdpoi--t'''J':aBdY:^^^  anxious- to have thiSYsamo four-club  league as last year, and it is expected. a  meeting wiil be called early next month  at Bonners Ferry to reorganize the  league.  . The meeting was agreed that no subscription list should be circulated this  year, but it is planned to issue a season  ticket which will admit the holder to all  league games and which will sell at  $2.50.  Creston will have  all   of last   year's  pi yers for duty in 1931, and will have  BRAND THEATRE    na n*  FRI.-SAL, Mar. 2U"Zl  A. Wickholm was a business visitor  Nelson the past week.  It is reported here that Mr. Tedford  of the Huseroft area has leased the Geo.  Leach ranch and will be taking possession shortly.  There was quite a good tnrnout on  Saturday night for the social evening  put on by the Farmers' Institute, the  feature of -which  was  a very practical  First Aid   talk   by   Dr.   Henderson   of  Creston.  The roads in this section have been  put in shape for travel, the road grader  having been over them at the weekend.  A number of Canyon young people  were at Wynndel on Tuesday night for  the  St.   Patrick's   dance  in   the   new  Recreation  Company hall.   -  Canyon was welt represented at the  annua! meeting of Creston Valley Co-.  Operative Association at Creston on  Saturday afternoon at whieh F. Knott  and W. H. kolthammer were elected  directors to replace J m. Craigie and E.  Haskins. The other directors are T. R.  Mawso . H. Young. Psrcy Boffey, A  G.asier, and L. T. Leveque. Canyon  thus contributes four of the seven  members of the executive.  "���������/^.{.  i__.  Davis left iastTw������efe/or'TralL  l  THE IwS^JS  BIACK CJR^M/X'  Q Qaramoara tyimm  . C Witnam was a pa__?nr at r&eston  IU _._..������**.���������1   ������ JL  -_ ���������_!_ ��������� -���������  a_U-9|������_*������U   IKt)d  WtSSili.  Chas. Learoy is busy at present erecting a house on his pre perty here.  Mr. and Mrs. Robson, who have  spent the winter months in Jamaica, returned home on Saturday.  H. Slingsby left on Sunday for  Toronto, Ontario, where he experts to  make his home in future.  The March meeting of the Women's  Institute is scMeduled for Thursday  afternoon, 19th, at the home of Mrs.  Greig  The March meeting of the W.A. was  held at the home of Mr_% Davidge  on Wednesday afternoon of last week.  General business and future events  arranged.  The K. K. Klub weekly meeting last  Wednesday was opened with a bridge  drive, with the high score prizes going to  Misa B. Davis and Carl Wigen. Con  solation honors to Mrs. Slingsby and W.  Cooper A potato' race caused much  excitpraent and elimination waltz was  won by Miss B. Hulme and A, E.  Towson A banquet haa been arranged  to celebrate tho building of the ..all and  this will be held on the return of Eliaa  Uri. A bridge drive in aid of Creston  hospital has-been discussed and .he date  will bo announced later.  A very enjoyable evening was spent on  Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Slingsby, the event being a surprise  party on Howard, on tho ove of his departure for Toronto, Ontario, to live.  Gomes, contests, music and bridge* were  tho order of tho evening, and a dainty  lunch, was served by tho ladies. The  ������v������n!h������ cnm������ to n. elrwo with. "For he's a  jolly good fellow," and Auld Lang Syne.  Best wishes are extended by all for a  Buccessful future.  Business and pleasure ware very  happily combined at the March meeting .of Creston and District Women's  Institute on Friday afternoon, which was  in charge of the president, Mrs. C. F.  Hayes. 26 members were in attendance  atd'five new ones were enrolled, bringing the membership to date up to 40.  The bird house competition, which is  open. _6 all boys attending public school  at Erickson, Alice Siding and Creston,  will be held in the United Church haii  on Saturday, March 23th, with ail  houses to be in place by noon, so that  judging can be started immediately after  lunch. The Institute ladies will serve  tea atcd home cooKing w_l_ - a.so be on  sale at the fair.  For the school committee, of  which  Mra. Heady and Mrs. Mallandaine are  members,    the    latter   reported    that  Principals Levirs and  Marriott of   the  high and hublic school had been interviewed regarding   a   field   c)ay  ^or the  local school and that they were in favor  of such an event, and had also assured  that   a like  get-together  for   all   the  schools in the valley would be taken up  at the March  meeting  of the teachers  association.   Authority   was given the  committee  to purchase some first   aid  supplies as well as to spend up to $10 in  securing a vaulting pole for the senior  ! pupils at the public school.  The hospital committee is made up of  -Mm3&&"X������s^\ ____rsYii;-Si4ven-&'-Mr_5-.  ^erringtop. ancf -Mrs, Hayes and the  former; as convener, reportsd'a very busy  four weeks .since the last ^neeting. A  xvgu-t-tian hospital bed had been instali-  the hospital  ed in the institute ward at  _���������_ tni������-   S~oftrix������  _C7 ������������V*������9  *.#i__w_  .������ ������.*.���������  usudciuiy 'uj-Eiismru  ever .an. en nt a  In ovid������in������o on  K.K. Klub  St.  in    Recreation  Colorton^s Revue  "The  CLOCK SHOP"  A Technicolor  Song Revue.  METROTONE NEWS  Tho blgge!__ -crowd  dan co in Wynndel was  Tuesday night at tho  Patrick's masquerade  Hull,, with ,A1 Frcdcric3--ir irvus-pioeo  orcheatra* supplying the music rfind the  club president, A, F, Rudd, in cl_i-ii'#<_ of  proceedings Almost 75 per cent, of tho  largo attendance wore In centum.? nnd  connldcmblo difficulty was exparlencecl  in awarding tho prissoa, wfith tho  following declared winnows Best  ladled coutumo, Mrs. Chun, Davit.,  Colonial Lady; bent riro������Bod gentkmnn,  O. Sostad, Corncob. Ladles' comic,  JVUkh A, Lowl������, Dovik; gontti'  comic,  R.  throughout. Mending of hospital linen  has been taken care of and supplies in  the way of pillows, bed jackets, towels,  etc., bad ������"been supplied. Anyone with  clean white rags to spare can do the  hospital a good turn by donating these  through the institute's committee.  The visiting committee of Mrs. M.  Young and Mrs. M. Ross reported  making half a dozen calls. $2 was voted  for a membership in the Home Crafts  Fund, through which materials for home  craft work can be secured at all times.  Vocal boIos were contributed by  Master Tom Johnston and Mrs. Edmondson, with Mrs. Kernaghan as  accompanist, and Mrs. J. E. Johnston  favored with a recitation. " Tho tea  hostesses were Mrs. F. C. Rodgers, Mrs.  Cherrington and Mrs. Cook, and the  collection for the crippled children's  work was $$.  Foxall, bellhop. The prize for tho Bpot  dance was won by Miss Edith Palfreyman nnd Gerald Craigie,  Now is the time to place  your orders for  mm Ooe  Wfmmn  and  ffoir .(Easter  ON HAND  id  mm mim$  at  Cooks BreeniiousB  CRESTON TEDS   BEYIEW8   CBESTON.   B." OL  fin������ quality tea  Ifeltow tatoel Salada 6������������ **������ a lb  fco^ffini. lai^@S SaSa^la 7������sts a B&  415?_-������____i  Reckless ^Motor Driving  With, the approach of spring- thc time draws near when once again the  roads and highways of the country will be thronged with tens of thousands  of automobiles and the streets of our larger cities jammed with traffic. Soon  tourists will again be in our nudst, while week-end trips from our centres  of population to summer resorts and other vacation spots will engage the  attention of the residents of aii urban and many rural sectionals the result to be the hanging up of another new high record number  of fatsl'ties Eurisi"0" out of automobile accidents? Is 1931 to provide smother  dark spot on our much vaunted civilization with as much recklessness in  automobile driving and resultant deaths as were recorded in 1930? Are  the more and better highways being provided aii over the country to have  the tragic outcome of steadily adding to the death toll because people using  such better roads exercise less care in operating their cars ?  Recent figures published for the city of Regina show a very large in-  .._-    ___    -...-;-j__._-  .1   :_������     . *****"*  cr������c������3e i__ i.L_e nuuiu^r Oo. car hcc_ia���������_*v5 repor^e^* *__ _.^.ov as coa_i.^ici.t^_w w&tu  previous years, and what is true of Regina is true of practically every ctiy  in Canada  and the United States.  A United States magazine, in a recent issue, dealt with the rising death  toll due io reckless automobile driving Across the line. While these figures  apply only to the United States, they disclose a state of affairs which is  equally applicable to Canada. A few of the facts established may well be  quoted.  Motor accidents in the United States, in 1930, killed 32,500 people, and  injured more than 960,000,���������in other words, one million victims. More than  2,000 little children under five years of age were killed, and more than 45,000  were injured. The magazine notes that the World War did not take a  greater toll of American lives in battle. ������  Remarkable as it may seem, this magazine considers that the most encouraging aspect of this appalling loss lies in the fact that recklessness was  its principal cause, saying: "If carelessness and over-confidence kill and  injure so many, carefulness and! consideration can prevent such losses."  Evidence goes to show that the majority of accidents occurred on  straight and dry roads, in broad daylight, with experienced and. mature  drivers at the wheel. In an overwhelming majority the machine functioned  properly; the man was at fault.    He took unjustifiable chances.  In a striking analysis of accident  reports from forty States, a well  IrTsr.wn   _r!<5-_r__r_i*__  com Dan V  disnels  manv Cherished illusions-  on   this  siibifint.  m-m ������������������-J-___._*..������-_.. a.*,-, j* ^.-^-^w.-w. _-_������������. -1-r**- ���������v������*'5C!',f'v** "r^*"*"1 ***���������* mwrr\*i**% **���������������/%* r__������_r3 +r* fcve* c**������^Q"������* Am*ixrpvo  V^UULI a.1 V      IV     CU    \^__>______,__ny_-i    iLLXJpM. COi^Lv. Up      *. v/_l_.avu      iV wiv     jj** w w wu     LLr     h-*w     i3u_.wx      maIVCIm  than men. Young men at their best physical development were the worst  o__ ������Hv_6rs.  Improper driving and nothing else was responsible for more than two-  thirds of all the deaths and injuries recorded in 1930. Speeding, driving on  the wrong side of the road, and failure to grant right-of-way, all evidences of  improper driving, accounted for 68 per cent, of tlie accidents.  Other violations of the laws as well as of common sense took a heavy  toll. Failure to signal caused the deaths of 490 people, and accounted for  the injuries of 48,928.   More than 80,000 accidents resulted from motorists  driving off the roadway. The biggest single causey of accidents, however,  was the improper attempt to take the right-of-way from some other traveller���������selfishness, hoggishness.  As might he expected, week-end driving is most hazardous. Sunday is  the worst day hy far, and Saturday is next.  There was a time when defective construction of cars, poor brakes, etc.,  were held responsible for most Accident... Today the fact has hfiftn well  established that as drivers we are not so good as"the cars Ave operate. Men  have learned to operate ships at sea safely. The records of the railroads  are marvellous. Where safety is the goal, airplanes have achieved miracles.  _n protecting human life. In other words, we can operate high-powered,  fast moving machines if we put our minds to it.  What we have to learn is that safety is more important than speed.  Drivers must be made to realize that they are steering three or four thousand pounds of steel in swift momentum, the possible destructive power of  which is enormous.  Safety is worth more than anything else. The maiming, and the killing,  and the destruction of millions of property must be stopped and we, the  average drivers, can do it.  La Grippe and "Flu" are Spreading  "Flu" First Appears as a Sore Throat, but  Gains Tremendous Headway  in Six Hours  AN   EFFECTIVE   TREATMENT  DESCRIBED  Nearly every case of "Flu" starts with a'  B.mple cold. At flrst the throat is sore���������  ���������often just a little hoarac~H������oon the infection  &ouh iowei'-���������uiluii uie c������������o*f_ ii������ .y_t_ci\}ui. jx muti  plan is to gargle tlie^t*'_^MaWSto'.lahnoB daily  with "Nerv lline"���������Ma' #t_l keep %h<h throat  free from germs, If there ia any sign of  tightness In the chest, rub on Nerviline���������  every drop penetrates deeply���������congestion  will be relieved���������the cold will break up quickly. Many a dangerous case of "Flu" t*an bo  avoided by this simple home trcat-ncpt.  Exporkmcecl mothers know how valOTSiblo  Nerviline Ib for Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat,  and the little ailments that arise in every family,   Kervilinto  in most homos is called "Mother's Best Friend,"    flK* ������f  all dealers.  ��������� World's Leading flyer'  French Aviator Wins Award Holding  Five World Records  _j>-������ucsu_me      uosce,  t-aris-.o-r.ew  York flyer, has been designated the  world's premier aviator by the  awards committee of the International League of Aviators.  Mls3 Amy Johnson, who flew  from fconddn, England, to Australia,  w i given highest honors among -women flyers. She and Coste were received at the Elysee Palaco by President Doumergue and presented with  silver cups at a formal ceremony.  Coste's only rival at the committee session was Wing Commander  Charles Kingsford-Smith, the Australian "ace," and the Frenchman  was chosen because he* holds five  world records in addition to the  accomplishment of his Atlantic flight.  The committee also Ordei'ed plttCjUea  to be struck to honor Mra. Victor  Bruce, Maryse Bastie and Mrs.  Charlies Lindbergh.  Dr. Hugo Eckener was designated  the world's premier dirigible pilot.  Magnesia Best for  Your Indigestion  Most people wlio suffer, either occasionally or chronically from graa, sourness and .T_tl.ses.ioi_,, 3iave now cH-Scon-  tlut-ed disagreeable diets, stomaei- tonics,  medicines and artificial digestants, and  Instead, take a t-caspoonful or four tablets of BJsura.ed Rragrnesia after meals  with th������ result that their stomach no  longer troubles t_jer__. They are able ia  eat as they please and they enjoy much  i__i.fcer health. Tiiosts who Uses H__.ura._ed  Magnesia never dread the approach of  meal time because they know this wonderful anti-acid and food corrective,  which can be obtained from any g-ood  drug store, w_H instantly neutralize the  stomach, acidity sweeten the stomach,  prevent food fermentation, and make  dig-estion easy. Try this plan yourself,  but be certain to set Bisurated Magnesia especially prepared for stomach  use.  Life Insurance More Popular  People Taking Advantage Of Attractive Policies Offered  One of the outstanding- developments In the recent financial history of the United States is the remarkable growth of life insurance.  The application of the principle of  group life insurance to institutions  and industfies has made life insurance available to large numbers of  persons who -have never before carried any form of life insurance. The  individual amounts of insurance in  these cases are usually small, ranging from $1,000 to $5,000. But there  has also been a marked increase in  the number oi large policies written.  In 1923 there were 58 persons whose  lives were insured for $1���������000,000 or  more. In 1930 there were 323 persons carrying life insurance for that  amount.���������Wall Street Journal.  Miller's Worm Powders act . so  thoroughly that stomachic and intestinal worms pass from the child  without being noticed and without  anconvenience to the sufferer- They  are  painless  and  perfect   in  action,  *h***a      *���������*���������       ** 11       i.vu. *%**      ������������������.11      Tvr\       ^Aiiw/I       o  ������������,J._l>M CtV CltAA IU11UW������J VVAAA MU A. ������-< *M AA t-* W  healthy medicine, strengthening the  infantile stomach and maintaining it  in vigorous operation, so that, besides  being an effective vermifuge, they  are tonlcal and health-giving in their  effects.  a^iiicjb^r  K""Si__i_f mtE&LJ'm* ���������  II!_iJii^33.  "mx0M^  ^ :-S._-_rl*^ Si ^ -j.  NOHR!\HrV1ENT  The CANADA STARCH GQ-* Limited   MONTREAL  AS  Unusual Operation  Piece Of Dental Plate 5s Removed  From Lung Of Patient  A piece of dental plate, measuring  1'A inches by y2 inch /and holding  three teeth, was taken from the lung  of Victor. Brander, Cochrane lumber  merchant, by Dr. S. B. McMillan, of  the I_Qckwood Clinic in Toronto, after  one of the most unusual operations in  medieal records.  Four months ago Brander was  seized with a violent coughing  spell, and, without knowing it, bit  upon the metal dental plate. The  MeoJcen. portion passed down his  throat and lodged in his lungs.  The bronchoscope, instrument  used for retrieving- objects from,  the lungs, was used and it took  more than two hours of very delicate  manipulation by the doctor before he  was successful.  Much Capital Invested  Biscuit, "Confectionary, Chocolate and  Cocoa Industries Have 281  Establishments  According to the latest figures ���������  those covering the year 1929���������issued  by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics,  with reference to the biscuit, confectionary, 'chocolate and cocoa indus-^  tries of Canada, the amount of capital invested that year was $55,320.-  1.02; the number of persons employed,  13,073; salaries and wages amounted  j to $12,765,876; cost of materials $27,-  717,889, and value of products $62,-  492,801. There are 281 establishments in all.  Came- Back To Starting Point  Because the early Egyptian calendar allowed exactly 365 days to a  year, a festival observed on a fixed  date would occur one day earlier  every four years, until in the course  of 1.46C years it had been observed  at every season and was back at  the starting point.  ! ROCKLEYC  ������   W   MIXTURE   i?a__B_n   l_\l_B-__g__J_l_t-_?WI  Bmmrm'  mwrn^"  freee 5������c a tax  Felt Tired Out AH Day  Could   Hot Sleep  mt  Hight  TUTr.q.  A1-la.mf.nr_ T.nljrmrlo   2481 St. J&mes St������  Montreal, Que., writes:���������* 'After a spell of ths  grippe I was left very nervous, and felt drowsy  and tired out ail day, and could not sleep at  night. I was also troubled with my heart and  did not feel at all. like working. I was told  about Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills an^L  after taking four boxes I was completely relieved of my trouble, and can recommend your  Pills to everyone."  Sold at all drug: and general stores, op  mailed direct on receipt of price by The T.  Milburn Co., Ltd., Toronto, Ont.  &  &&>  Hatchery Approval Policy  Big   Saving   To   Canadian   Farmers  This Year Is Forecast  A saving bo Canadian farmers this  year of $300,000 is forecast for the  hatchery approval policy of the Department of Agriculture, according to  tho Minister, Hon. Robert Weir. Under the scheme, 134 hatcheries aro  operated, producing about 5,000,000  baby chicks a year, which are available to farmers at low prices. Records*  show theso chicks to have a low mor  tality rate.  B^^B_B___y_t________a  35c at  Brlvc.8 Asthma Like Muffle. Tho  Immcdlato hdlp from Dr. J, D, Kol-  logg's Asthma Remedy soems like  magic. Nevertheless it is only a natural remedy UDCt! in n natural way.  Tlio smoko or vapor, reaching tho  moat remote passage of the affected  tubas, bruBhes aside tho trouble and  opens a way for fresh air to cntor.  It io Bold hy doalera throughout tho  land.  Moro To tho Point  Clerk���������"Whon vou loavo, sir, don't  forgot tho sign. 'Have you loft  anything?'"  Guoflt���������"It should ho changed to  'Have you anything loft?' ���������������  W.   N,   XT.   1881  ������_JPii_K5i_ tt   J-U^^E   B} %^mTf^mm\^*y  Stale  Foods that ordinarily stale quickly  will stay fresh and tempting a surprisingly long time if you cover  them with Para-Sani Heavy Waxed  Paper.  Your grocer, druggist or stationer  has Para-Sani in the handy, sanitary  knife-edged carton. For those who  prefer a lighter paper put up in  sheet form ask for Applcford's  ''Centre Pull" Packa,  Western Representatives:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SASK. THE   BEVIEW.   CBESTOK.   B.   a  P001ELEMT0R  PROBEIS ASKED  FOR MANITOBA  -_. Winnipeg, Man. ��������� Charges that  Maaltoba Wheat Pool elevators deprived their farmer-shareholders of  "enormous sums" through overages  and under-grading may be probed by  the provincial government.  Premier John Bracken had before  him. for consideration two requests  for the appointment of a royal commission to inquire into the operation  of the Pool elevators. One was from  3. R. Murray, vice-president of the  Alberta Pacific Grain Company,  .Limited, the other was delivered from  Colin H. Burnell, president of the  Manitoba Wheat Pool.  With both the accused and accuser  demanding a governmental investlga-1  tion, it seemed certain that a com-  mission would be appointed, although  grain authorities here thought the  premier* might wait action of the Dominion government whicb, it has  been rumored, soon wilt appoint  commissioners to conduct a probe into  _rr������_Ti   ���������mn.rlroHin-^.  ��������� ������-,.  Premier Bracken refused comment  on the letters. He said the government must bave time to study the  texts before announcing the stand to  be taken. "I have nothing to say at  present," he told newspaper interviewers.  "That should be satisfactory," said  Mr. Murray, when advised that the  president of the co-operative organization had requested a commission  of investigation. "My charges are  not "an attack on the Pool by the  grain trade," he said. "I sought the  probe on nay own responsibility, in  the interests of my many good friends  among the farmers."  Mr. Eurnell branded the charges  ������f "extravagantly high expenses,"  etc., "absolutely false" in Ms letter to  the premier, and urged that a commission be appointed "as soon as  possible," to probe the allegations.  In a letter to Mr. Bracken, Mr.  Murray made his charges against the  Pool elevators operation, and urged  a government inquiry. He charged  that farmers   were "inveigled"   into  To Assist Farmers  _^H_-U _������1������9M������.-.    4  vcGo._i_.u_g suar���������x_0-u6rs m Poo, e_ev__-  tors, had been deprived of large sums  through overages and under-jgrading  io meet ���������' -'extravagantly high expenses" and that the latter had been concealed from shareholders by "bookkeeping devices."  The letter from Mr. Burnell to the  premier reads: "I have seen in the  press a letter from Mr. Murray,  former manager of the United Grain  Growers, in which he charges the  Manitoba Pool elevators with practices which by inference are equivalent to the deliberate cheating of the  members of the Pool elevator associations, nnd "he demands you to institute an investigation into Manitoba  Pool Elevators, Limited.  "These charges are absolutely false,  and I am instructed by the board of  directors of the Manitoba Pool Elevators, Limited, acting on behalf'of the  members and patrons of tho local  Pool elevator situation, to request you  to have n commission appointed bo  ' fully Investigate the above mentioned charges as soon as possible/'  r' :    ���������  GovBTtmesnt Grants For Promotion Of  Cattle Raising   .  Ottawa, Ont.���������Government grants  for.the promotion of cattle raising In  Western Canada were announ ced by  Hon. Robert Weir, Minister of Agriculture. With a view to assisting  farmers to establish themsglv*. __ in  the breeding of-cattle for-either beet  or dairy purposes, the government  will pay freight charges on carload  lots G_T aeO-culteu. stock, rruni Eastern  Canada*  Freight charges will be refunded,  Mr. Weir stated, provinding the consignee forwards to the acting livestock commissioner at Ottawa the receipted freight bill and a formal  statement showing that conditions at-  ___vu���������w   lu   ������__._   gnautii   uavc   wecil   Cmjum-  plled with. In order to benefit, the  purchaser must show that the carload: consisted of at'least 12 head of  female cattle, not under eight months  and not over five years of age.  Only cattle that have been declared  by a Dominion veterinarian to be free  from tuberculosis or other disease  may be included in a shipment and  the animals must be shown to be of  merit from, a producing standpoint.  The new policy goes into effect _______���������-  _.������_ _..   uxa.i"ciy.  -_!  WILL GO IO LABRADOR  * ' _ '&>,������<������������������  ^ ^ployeJ   fAVAL- A000R1T  Railway AsMug Fifty   *  Jvlilikii Stock Issue  ^y.j_ .__������.   s:jLftfi_������  'To Shareholders  Montreal, Que.���������At the 50th annual meeting ..of the Canadian Pacific  Railway, to be held here May 6, authorization will be asked for an issue  of $30,000,000 ordinary capital- stock,  in amounts, on such terms, and at  such times as the directors shall decide. Official notice to this effect has  bees forwarded to the shareholders.  Toronto, Ont.���������"'While no direct explanation was forthcoming to explain  why the Canadian Pacific should require an additional $50,000,000, if approved, it is generally understood  that it indicates a continuation of the  company's expansion programme,.'f  the Mail and Empire says.  "It has been known for some time  that the Canadian Pacific plans expansion of its rail service through  the Canada west," the newspaper  continued.  i ns  _T  many Assisted -wider  Joint Relief Scheie  Second High Quotation In New York  This Year  New York.���������The Canadian dollar  slid above par March 11, for thc  second time this year, being quoted  in the money market here at 1.04 of  ono per cent premium.  Tho strength of Canadian funds  has bean attributed to Canadian  financing in the local market ainx.  b.inkers attribute thc gnln to placing"  ������_ an issue of $11,070,000 City of  Montreal gold bonds.  Labor Minister Issues Statement On  Work  Given  Unemployed  Ottawa,. Ont_ ��������� The joint Dominion-provincial unemployment, relief scheme which came into operation  last September, has provided work  for at-least 231,351 persons, Senator  G. r>. Robertson said in a press release. This figure did not include  the Seta! fcr Quebec province but uau  include the number of men given  work through special efforts of the  Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Railways.  The reports from Saskatchewan Indicate that the total number of men  glvem employment was 19,554 up to  February 28, 379,174 man-days work  having been provided. In addition 1-fi,-  351 individuals were given direct relief.  Miss Doris I_. Feltham, of Springfield, Mass., who will start for Labrador, in May, to teach the women of  that land how to preserve the few  fruits and vegetables that can be  grown In the span, of two months, for  use during- the longr cold winter. Summer comes to I_abrador for a brief  two months to move on again before  the onslaught of Arctic winter. Miss  Feltham, a graduate of Massachusetts Agricultural College, will work  under the banner of the Grenfell Missions.  Says  More Belief Money Earned In  ��������� Manitoba Than Any Other Y':'  Western Province  " Winnipeg-, Man .���������-Hon; W. H. Clubb,  director of relief projects, replied to  Conservative charges that Dominion  gove_-__!_s.e__t naoney had been withheld  from unemployed in" Manitoba with  an assertion that more unemployment  relief money had been - earned in  Mafiitoba than any other -western  province. He told the legislature that  projects financed jointly by the Dominion, province and municipalities  ha_fl been started promptly last fall  and would be continued in the spring.  ��������� This province, said Mr. Clubb, had  led the way in providing jobs for the  out-of-work. Instead of hjqss'-* being  withheld, it had been paid out in late-  fall and winter construction. More  would go to men now out of jobs  when some of -the "largest projects  were started in the spring-.  By using Dominion Government relief money in. constructing- Manitoba's  link of the- trans-Canada highway,  Mr. Clubb said more men had been  employed than if the province had  done the work alone. A. "wider and  better"' road would be the result, he  SLu-deu.  Wool  iS Owners  Hire irisitiiig vanaoa  Better    Business     Relations     Being-  Sought By Scotch Manufacturers  New  York.���������Four   representatives  of woollen manufacturers cf Scotland  arrived here on the liner "Olympic"  on their way to Canada for the purpose of promoting- better business, relations with the Dominions. There  was a possibility they would discuss  arrangements for establishing branches, of representative firms in Canada.  They will also visit throughout the  United States. Their Canadian itinerary will include Vancouver, Winnipeg-, Toronto and. Montreal.  French ___avoy _por Ottawa  Ottawa,  Ont.���������Once  again  France  is represented in Canada by her own  minister. Charles Arsene Henry, min-  astr plenipotentiary io. Canada of  France, accompanied by Madame  Henry, has arrived in Ottawa from  New York. At Montreal M. Henry  said he thought France would prove  a good market for Canadian wheat as  she has not committed herself to  relegated purchases from , European  countries.  eat Exports Increase  ��������� Heavier Vol name Is Shown During Past  "   Seven Months. Thais Correspond^ '  .      ingr Period Last Year  Ottawa, Ont.���������Wheat is moving  freely throug-h export channels, according- to a. report issued by the  Dominion Bureau of Statistics. During the seven months ended February  28, exports totalled 14S,59_=,000 bushels, as against 88,420,000 bushels in  the corresponding period a year ago.  | Shipments of Canadian wheat from  United States ports are not included.  | Despite the heavier volume, lower  t wheat prices kept the total value down,  .-the figure being $111,725,000, as com-  | pared: with $117,429,000. Of the total,  ; 90,746,000 bushels went to the United  [Kingdom, 7,722,000 bushels to the  \ United States, and 50,125,000 to other  countries.  For Empire Trade  London, England.���������The erection of  Empire Marketing Board poster  frames in Canada to demonstrate  work being done by the board in promotion of the sale of British products  in Britain is toeing considered by the  government,, Rt. Hon. J. H. Thomas,  secretary for Dominion affairs, stated.  No Ohangje Contemplated  Washington, IXC.���������It was officially  Htatcd that President Hoover is contemplating no change in relations between tl.v) UhJUjcS Stutx-tt ituU Ruaiaiiku  wCC. c*.ai.y c5������ ^iu_������������.c *4.cn������.y J-j. t_jL_yvsi3������v.it,  in planning a study of tho Unsalart.  Mltiintlon and this haa led to rumors  a elinn^o .n tho relations* between the.  two countries was contemplated.  HMD i'n*-i *"-���������* n mm -rri" ���������- -   -    " n i u   j - r i i.r n "i vr- inr") ".liMiijrini.iL  W,    NT,    U.    3881  Animal's Paradise  Waslilngton, D.C���������Ail the caribou  in the United States���������400 head���������will  be government charges when Isle  Royale, In Lake Superior, becomes a  national park. Thoy are there now,  along: with. 2,000 moose and sundry  beaver and door.. Isle Royale is an  animal's paradise with. 50,000 acres Sn  which to roam.  Air Company Organized  Winnipeg, Man,���������Primarily for tlio  tran_spO-.taUon of mines, h and HuppLlmH  to the now mining: areas of Great  Boar Lake and Copper Mine River, In  the Northwest Territories, a now  Canadian aviation .company, w 1,1th  capital, of $100,000 and a fleet of six  'planes, has boon organized,  YVIEB Hold I'MvOi.'.-JguMoja  Moi_tt.e__.il, 'On.*, ��������� FtO'01.1 r1 tlf^s protective ���������oowinrii^-.oo hm been formed, Hinder t ti a chairmanship of Hon. Charles  A* Dunnii.fr, to "study ' tho' whole  Canada power and paper situation, in  tho SntoroBfcn of tho security holder..,"  states an announcement lai-iicel hero,  __. ��������� m na   ���������_"_*_ ���������  S_"5*3i_3������_ __���������_(?    fi___fcS_7    _������___���������_    _������a_VlFer>_-i  _saa a������������a_ige_-.g   livu?    ������nuu    uvi i _w  Sea and Air Service Will Soon Be  Connected  London, England.���������As soon as the  connecting air service is available,  letters prepaid for air transmission,  will be carried by sea from Great  Britain to Belle Isle and thence taken by air io Montreal and beyond,  the assistant postmaster-general S.  P. Iviant, announced In the House of  Commons.  Arrangements to this effect have  been completed with tbe Canadian  authorities, and the date of the  opening of the service and the fees  to be charged will be announced  in due course.  al���������    s_������\J'iL,3������_^%J?__.^_  Loudoa,     Eiigiaiiu.���������LimilatiOii      of  French and Italian naval programs  until 193.3 is definitely laid down in  the terms of the British-Franco-  Italian naval accord, made public recently.    -  But even more important than its  technical provisions in the opinion of  the three governments concerned, the  agreement brings European peace  measurably closer and provides., a  point of departure for the disarmament conference at Geneva next year.  The  accord   covers,   building  programmes   for   battleships,    cruisers,  aircraft-carriers  and  submarines,   in.  substance as follows:  Battleships���������Both France and Italy  are ijiven the right to complete before December, 1936, two capital  ships whose displacement shall not  exceed 23,333 tons, and whose gun  calibre shall not exceed 12 inches.  Cruisers���������Both nations agree that  after completion of the 1930 class  they will build no more big cruisers  with armament larger than six-  inch guns. In "the small cruiser cate^  gory they agree that tonnage of new  construction to be completed shall  not exceed the tonnage which is re-  j^_i������w^o.wiw   _Z_.    C-I-e*   uauugui j    &\-_-is_.*3   jure ���������  cember 31, 1936:  Aircraft-carriers���������Each nation may  build 34,000 tons in this category.  Submarines���������Both countries agree  not to include any submarines in the  1931 programme, and not to lay down  any further submarine tonnage before 1933.  Essence of the agreement is  maintenance of the status quo in  tonnage ratios, France retaining an  estimated superiority of 150,000 tons.  The terms were made public here  in the form of a memorandum to  parliament by Rt. Hon. Arthur  Henderson, British Foreign Secretary, and Rt. Hon. A. V. Alexander,  First Lord of the Admiralty, who  achieved the agreement in conferences with representatives of France  and Italy,  uasoiine r rices neoiises  CAJSTADA'S NEW OOVIIRNOR-GENTERAI.  \j\xx>    is    __._-fH>Ui_ve������_    in    jr_ices    j_Cr  -Eastern Canada  Montreal, Que.���������Gasoline prices in  Ontario, Quebec and the Maritime  provinces-were reduced this morning.  The   reductions    follow:    Toronto,  J-������-_.   t__ ��������� ____    ___���������   -*.jr_.~.J .������_     _._,3r   -_._.,__..~4__������.*  _nc  j_ai___tu  u_  _.VAG_aL_c5,_,   cu_.CE yiitxClya.i  cities in Western Ontario, 2% cents  per gallon; elsewhere in the provinces  of Quebec and Ontario, 1V������ cents per  gallon; Maritime provinces, one-half  cent, per gallon.  The changes were announced hy  John Irwin, president of McColl-  Frontenac Oil Company, who aald all  refiners had decided on the changes.  It was the second downward revision  of prices in about a month, and followed the establishment by the Ottawa Government of a 2V6 cents protective tariff on the products of Canadian oil refineries.  Rules Of Living  Gandhi Gives Four CoimniuiidmentH  To His FoHowea's  Ahmadabad, India. ��������� Mahatma  Gandhi gavo four commandments to  his followers recently.  When they asked him what their  conduct should be ho replied:  "Don't tell'lies."  "Don't use abusive  language"  "Don't smoke,"  "Don't cat sweets."  A youth asked plaintively, "How  about tea?" and Gandhi replied wtih  a broad smile, "You may drink tea.  Drink It from'the River Sabarmati."  The- Sabarmati is iho holy river of  Gujeratt,  _��������� .._.  . ..__. *_. _���������,���������.���������...���������i���������^^.^^.^ ,M .~-._ ...j . .^i'  Hero are Bhown Earl anil Countess of B_.asboroi.igh. Tho Earl of Bosh-  bbrough'ham been appointed tho new aovomor-a'Cnoral ot Canada In auccca-  alon too Lordl Winingclon. Widely experienced In parliamentary <">������" financial  affairs, KarH o������ Beaaborough Is now 01 yearn of sine. Tho CountoaFi .n^tho  ���������daughter of Baron de.'Neuflltr,o of Paris.    They have a Hon and daughter.  Grandson Of ������Iulo������ Vorno  Havre/Franco.���������Jean Jules Verne,  whoso  grandfather   wrote    "Twenty  T_iou...__u. Leagues Unite.' tho tiea,"  has sailed for Nejy York on the liner  "Lafayette," to bo a guest at tho  launching of tho submarine "Nautili.,.," in winch flir Hubert Wilkins  plans an undersea expcdtllon to tho  North Polo. Vorno Is a police mngl������������  trate In Rouen. ������������������ t|h-'*.#_*��������� -<*������i*^��������� *******  THAS   CKJKSTOJN 'JUS������.112IV  After this  he'll  telephone  first  "I'm sorry, sir, every room in  the place is taken 1"  Bill was in a pretty pickle.  He had "expected to spend the  night in the town, but evidently many others had the  same idea.  If I'd only taken Jack,s advice  and made reservation by longdistance telephone," Bill reflected. But he hadn't, so  there was nothing left to do  but push on to the next point ���������  after he had put through a  telephone call to make sure of  accommodations there.  "Believe me, I'm going to let  the telephone save me a lot of  mconvemetic a from now on,"  he said as he continued  on   his  ��������� way.  - Jfeo_*ts?9 L_i_it^ -such consideration  would mean the loss in revenue  of at least $800,000. All of which  goes to show just how heavily the  tax falls oh the small wage  earner. Incidentally we believe  that Mr. Littliejohn will agree  with us that here is another case  where "From him that hath not  shall be taken even that which he  hath.1'  The Review was altogether too  conservative last week in at least"  one feature of its reference to  Tolmie government extravagance.  We had it that about 50 new civil  servants had been taken on since  the Tory administration came  into power 30 months ago. The  correct total is 192, drawing total  salaries of $200,000. With  business so quiet in all departments surely all of these could  now be laid off and the resultant  will not serve the purpose. Now  that the. investment has been  made it might be well to heighten  the bell tower cosiderably and  also make it somewhat roomier  and thus give the tone a better  chance to develop and distribute.  Unlessone were, listening for it  residents on Vancouves street  could not hear the alarm. In fact  Friday nig^i's alarm for the blaze  at the power hd.usp went unheard.  <JA&. OQMPTON  AUCTIONEER  Sales conducted in any part.  o! the District.  PHONE 65P  0/?ESTO/V,B.C.  Kootenay Telephone Gos  .Last weej_;?s! card of thanks  from Wynndel ^omen'i Institute  emphasizing tbUv life-saving support at trie Institute dance on the  sixth by people from Creston,  Canyon and;JBJriekson does not  listen good,..and is hard to understand in a section hitherto noted  for its community spirit The  Review is entirely disinterested in  what looks to have been a sort of  boycott on -a-Njbit of unselfish  saving enable the finance minister | effort in a CQj&mendable cause,  to raise the income tax minimum and it seems jliafc tod bad that the  in like proportion.  LS METED  FHE GRESTON BEVIES  Issued every jFriday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription:     $2.30 s. year in advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  Hon. Joshua Hinchliffe, minister of education, fondly hopes  the municipalities will not take  the Jones income tax so badly  4-l_k AW  VtlMtV  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  lime to JKeorganixe  as  $500,000 is to be given   the  cities  and'district municipalities to help  them   with school expenditures.  The Hinchliffe proposal   will  not  affect Crestou,  however, as  the  village  lias nothing to   do   with  school     financing    If    Creston's  share could be transferred to  the  CRESTON,  B.C., FRIDAY, MAR. 20 j pubJicVorks department and ear  .. .     : ������������������ \    arked  for expenditure   on   the  ! Creston-Rykerts     link     of    the  j North and South  highway���������with  | the aid of a powerful microscope  it might be possible to determine  just  how much   betterment   h  been thus accomplished.  Editor Review:  Sir,���������Could you tell me what  has happened to the Creston  Valley Conservative Association  executive? I have never seen the  obiturary notices of any of them,  or of their having left the  country, in your esteemed   paper.  One would think that they  could do some   very   interesting  wrrwlr     incf-     nrvrxr     in     +V10      "r_nl~>.i_������  works department, which is  certainly far from being what it  should be. If the Liberal  Association executive could reorganize the public works department in this district, why  can't the Conservatives do the  same?  No wonder, at Victoria, the  finance minister has to put a one  good people of old  cannot    agree    to  such circumstances.  Duck Creek  disagree    in  One of the stoutest defenders of  the Jones income tax is Hon. R.  L. Maitland, one of the members  from Vancouver. His efforts,  however is very heavily discount-  ed due the fact that Vancouver  Central Conservative Association  has just called on Mr. Maitland  a~d the other M.P.P.'s from that  city to resign as a protest against  the finance minister's iniquitous  proposals.  And while we are paying some  attention to the pleasurable activities at Wynndel it may be  opportune to observe that an  effort should be made to secure a  suitable name for the new auditorium the Recreation Company  has     recently     opened.    "Com-   ;j��������� .-_ii������. __ _���������_. ti ci.:������������������  i-iuuiLy iiu.il     is iuji t.jittuuj' at.uig  and does not do full justice to  this fine structure. Surely there  is something historical or of  community significance that  could be fittingly commemorated  in the name agreed upon for the  building that will serve so well as  a community centre. Up to the  time of his untimely passing the  late Bob Dixon-enjoyed a considerable popularity in that area,  particularly in' school matters.  How about Dixon Hall? All of  which is ever,, so respectfully  submitted. _-.       ���������$.   ?       j  ,  Local and Personal  Wa wnni-n  price  80:chlek   brooder,  state  John Wittman, Wynndel, B.C.  |_.v_  H_  ,-i l*"  h/(_..__  wages. If the other districts are  handled like they are here you  need not be surprised to see the  tax go to ten per cent., and I  think it is high time someone  awoke to the fact of what is going on in the Creston Valley, or  the next provincial election will  certainly tell its own tale.  DISGUSTED RATEPAYER.  the  Along' with its demand for  resignation of the six  members the Vancouver Conservatives ask that the Tolmie  cabinet be reduced from the  present twelve members to about  oicrVif;.  Th.  i _.o_������      io     r_F     Tv>������_i������--f-  HOME BREW  In connection with hospital  finance,, while the Review has  been specializing in an effort to  secure life memberships at $25,  let us make it clear that if a remembrance of this size is out pf  the question the next best contribution you can make will be  quite satisfactory, And might  we remind that he gives twice  who gives quickly, that the Lord  loveth a cheerful giver, and that  "he who given to a good cause  lendcth to the Lord, and He will  repay.'''  The Tolmie government has as  many cabinet ministers as the  government in Ontario���������a province of over 3,000,000 inhabitants  and an annual revenue of about  $72,000,000. In 1928 the Liberals governed the country with  half a dozen ministers, and made  ever, so much better job of it than  Premier Tolmie and his galaxy of  good  spenders.  HAY FOR SALE���������Quantity of alfalfa,  $20 per ton at stack. John S erwood,  Creston.  HOUSE FOR RENT���������3-room house  on ranch, about a mile from. town.  Apply Geo. Murrell, Creston.  HATCHING EGGS FOR SALE���������  Purebred S.C. White Leghorns. 75e. per  setting of 15 eggs. Incubator setting at  $5 per 100.   V. Mawson, Creston.  FOR SALE���������Horse, about 1400 lbs.;  democrat, nearly new;. 14-inch Oliver  plow; Planet Jr. cultivator, set of single  Welsh harness.   W.G,Greig, Wynndel.  COWS FOR SALE���������Two Registered  Jerseys, TB tested, just freshened. Also  Jersey  bnll one year   old, eligible   for  registration.    G. Cartwright, Erickson.  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 J, Creston.  To Oonpcrvativo members who  are irifliBtinpj that finance minister  Jones raise the income tax  exemption fro on $600 to at least  $1000 per year, the miniBter re-  The board of trade does well to  protest the transfer of C. B.  Twigg, diptrict agriculturist, to  Cranbrook. Everyone will com-  irjend the administration on the  economy the change effects, but  if the greatest good to the greatest nilmber is the aim of the department of agriculture then it  would certainly be well to have  Mr, Twigg serve Cranbrook and  district from Creston rather than  the jproposed new arrangement.  Creston district has just about as  many men on the land as the rest  of Ekst Kootenay combined, and  m valine of production Creston's  superiority ia just as pronounced,  The official try out on Saturday  of the town's new fire alarm  while iinHatisfactory does not,  of necessity, prove that the bell  E3  Spring and :Suiwme_"Bamples off tho  Tip Top Tailors liave arrived.  Coll in and look them over, Tha  boat EioloctSon of  samples they  havo over sont out.    One price  ... ^, ... ' mi._n*r-    *��������� "  <0_4_y, .|)__ i.  "^T.00.  V. MAWSON  "      OKESTON  We invite you to inspect on.i,  new stock: of  ENQINEEFI  &Lf&VBYQFg  AFZOHtTECT  GREQT&N,  B.G.  F. H. JACKSON  RE^L ESTATE  List I ngH hoI I cited.  CRESTON.    B.C. ..  which have just arrived !  Newest Shapes.  Nice, assortment of.sizes.  Prices are right.   "   ,  mWSjftSmmwMi  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  11  NE?   FORD   TUDOR   SEDAN  $585  CF. O. B.   Eats    Wtndaat,    Ontario.  Bumpmrs,    tparo    tire3    and    taxem  extra.)  A*"*  Wood Yerjormance  \jOW Cost-  _TW A  -it   t-������iiTT   ������!_j������   17_h.������^   o-nH   -wwr*   caTOn   mnrp.TXf  ...   ���������.j.    .____. .  i5l_-  yon drive. During the life o_ the car the saving on the cgsI of  operation and np-keep will amount to considerably more than  the saving on the first cost.  Don't keep paying for repairs on your old car when yon  can buy a new Ford at snch a low price. "WeTl give yon a  good trade-in allowance and deliver the Ford for a small down  payment.  iSZ&gt&y  i  PREMIER GARAGE  CRESTON  Traveiliii^ abroad ?  ALETTER-OF-GREDIT  from  the  bank  will bs honoured by oar B;  diking. ������^w=  ,*% iham 4������__  - -.m**\m**mM *,*%*  :_. -is   ,���������*���������-.    __-C   ���������_.!������-.   TX7 __.!__      __ -J  f������u ������.a>    ������_u_    ux���������     T������ ������_���������_. iu,    auu  will obtain for yoxi many little, courtesies that  ft visitor to a s������r_n_������e lascl so musli appreciates*  4 a������  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  OFSF8CE TORONTO  __   '        __. _.   i    '*    **_������    .-S9a _as.s__:___-    __.,  V_>!rii___i i Vil  <*������.__<ww-__-9r. vtanager  Branches af No!sonr Invarixvore, Cranbrook, Fem.e  .^. __.,___.__-  *....__ H _>.__._>. ���������_. .ih. a  ^v^.^-4 A^^^Cfl^iL JL    WmM. m~r       J_L . JLX_E_ JL^tv/  <������  Clean up the winter refuse, and Phone 13 to haye it  hauled away.    Prompt and courteous service.  JEWELL COAL���������Egg and Lump Sizes  DR Y TAMARA C WOOD  <___���������_   pVTC-k.    *****   mmm.   ***m*   _���������_���������_.   tm   f* *mmmmt   BH^.      <\i     ���������_   tm    ,**������.   *****  URESlON  TRANSF  ������  P,Q. BOX 79  ALBERT DAVIES  PHONE 18  'm^m^*Mrm'mjmm������mp*mmmm*m^m**myan*^ t*������^m*Mmmfm^mfm*mf'mmmmr*M/****^m^ ���������**%  <_A_.A������A.A^_i.i__A4Ml._ki A_.__k_������ A.-A- _4.-___i _ _*.-_____ A.-___ . _fc.. _B_____k_. _k.A_._fc_-J_L._._^_._A.____U-f f\.rm*\ T ________ - A.-____ ___*__..___ _.____- *  The Consolidated Milling; &  Smelting Company of Canadag Ltd.  TRAIL, British Columbia  i  MANUFACTURERS OF  ELEPHANT  BRAND  Ghemical Fertilizers  PRODUCERS & REFINERS  TADANAC  Brand  Electrolytic  Ammonium Phosphate  Sulphate of Ammonia  Triple  Superphosphate  LEAD-ZINC  CADMIUM- BISMUTH THJtt  UIlft������TO__.   HMvmw  if?  GRAND THEATR  PSt -S4T  ��������� iai*  vrttip.  Soar  ���������nan  n-%  LoCal &I_.���������l   PerSOlial   bred Jersey/4 years old. secor  Guy Constable was a business visitor  atNelson a few days this week, leaving  on Monday.  Place your orders for  Easter  plants  and    cut    flowers    ear!y0   s  Greenhouse.  r._j.-������ti-������.  freshen May 1.   A. N.  cow, half-  second calf, will  Couline, Creston  THE TWO  BUCK (ROWS  and  m  Anybody m%tym*?'  Qyhrwnowtt Qictwe  PIGS FOR SALE���������Yoiany pigs, ready  March 27th, $6 each. Bert Yerbury,  uamp Lister.  YFinB Cherrington, jr left pri Wednesday for Trail, where he will be spending  the next three er four weeks.  *  Mr. and Mrs. C. ��������� B._ Twigg weTe  visitors with Cranbrook friends a coupl&  of days at the first of the week.  Eraser's bakery is offering q. Saturday  morning bargain���������8 to 11 o'clock���������in  bread, at five loaves for 25 cents.  Mrs. W. Belanger of Jaffrsy is a  visi or here this week, a guest of her  parents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Johnson.  It Is expected that some of Creston's  piano playing talent will compete at the  musical festival at Cranbrook in April.  Mrs: Howard Allan arrived from Trail  on Thursday last on a visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cherrington.  FOR SALE���������Baby crib, steel, with  mattress and springs complete, good as  new?   Also   wringer.   Aibert    Stewart,  Creston. .*���������*  Colortonts Revue  "The CLOCK SHOP"  A Technicolor  Song Revue.  METROTONE  NEWS  Repairs have been completed to the  Diesel engines and the 24-hour supply of  "juice" is now being generated at the  old stand.  Miss Helen Lacey returned to Lethbridge* Alberta, on Sunday, after a few  days" visit with her parents* Mr. and  Mrs. T. Lacey.  "Wayside of life,  FOR SALE���������Business Ibi, =^5 x 110  feet, in heart of town���������Canyon street,  next to dentists. Cash or terms, $300.  Chas. Moore, Creston.,  Creston's newest fraternal society, the  Pythian Sisters, will be formally organized on Tuesday evening. It starts off  with a. large membership.  This has been the quietest week at  Creston hospital .since its opening in  August. At they middle of the week  there was only onp patient.  W Lowdfen* special representative of  -Tip Top Tailors, will be Here ,on March  30th, at Vic, Mawson's store. Watch  for announcflrn^nt nest week.  G. A. M. Young, who is a patient in a  Calgary, Alberta, hospital, is reported  making a slow but quite satisfactory recovery from a recent operation.  The Wo en's Institute committee -will  appreciate donations of white cotton and  linen rags for use at Creston hospital.  Notify Mrs. Jas. Cook, phone 59Y.  The weather during the week has been  cloudy and showery. A few days of  sunshine is all that is needed to produce  the green decorative effect of spring.  In connection with the "birdhouse fair  on Saturday, March 28th, the Women's  Institu'e will have a tea and,sale of  home cooking.   The admission is free.  ..  Due to unfavorable weather on Wednesday Creston board of trade was compelled to again cancel their get-acquainted trip to Boswell planned for that afternoon.  fej__  ������4  C1__J  UPU1U  Vd9  1  with  _���������      M _______ j^i ^mmmmmj  KJfM.'m&^������  sjj.__.fily  10 lbs., tin..  5 lbs   2 lbs...   .$ii.85.  7.00  ..    3.75  1 lb , ���������      2.50  ������ lb   1.25  1 bz 35  THIS IS A POISON, and  we  are  a Licensed Shop  PRECTflN ItDllfi ft DMII/ CTftD  mmm W  MSB^SAMX  *WIV<*    Jt-JXJ-LVl/l*    O       UUUI GOO  is the subject  of  at    ia--e  on   Sunday,  Violets ih full bloom in local gardens  were reported at the end of the week.  WANTED���������500-chick  brooder, state I er's ^BO^g'inrabator and^brooderiWo  price.   John Wittman, Wynndei, B.C.      j Sam Moon, Wynndel.  Full    Gospel   Tabernacle  evening at 7.30.  FOR SALE���������Bay mare. 7 years old,  about 900 lbs. Some harness. Also  plow.    G.   McWilliams   (Hunt  ranch),  Cresttm-^rickaon.  FOR SALE���������British Sovereign Strawberry plants. $5.50 per thousand.   Cyph-  IF  BB  'M GLAD  I   ���������Jt^l  I ^*9m*W      M%     \\mmW  NEW FORDQR SEDAN, S705  (F.O.B. East Windsor, Ontario. Bumpers, spare tire,  tend taxes extra.)  You are buying proved performance when you lmy  a Ford. You know it has been built for many thousands of miles of satisfactory, economical service.  Letters from users in every part of the wftrld show  the value of its Bound design, good materials and  accuracy an manufacturing. You sense _t feeling of.  sincere pride in tho oft-repeated phrase���������'"Let mi������  tell you what my new Ford did."  Further tribute to the slur .illness, reliability and  general all-round performance of tho new Ford is  shown in the repeated and growing purchases by  government bureaus, by police departments, and by  largo industrial companies which Icebp careful day-  by-day cost records. In most caeca, tho new Ford has  been cho_.cn only after exhaustive tests covering  speed and powert safety, comfort, case of control,,  oil and g_.a consumption, low yearly depreciation*  ������ind low cost of up-lcccp.  They have found, as you will find, that the Ford  embodies every .feature you want or need iu a motor  car at an unusually low price*  Call or phone for demonstration.  X'&^a^:  CRESTON  THE  REXALL STORE  GEO. H. KELLY  yiii.  Qi  The town 6re bell was given a tryout  S&tuklay    noon.   Residents   north   cf  Vancouver  street  had   some  difficulty  earing   it   with   windows   and   doors  closed.   ������������������_'������������������.' !  FOR SALE���������1$q. ' 2 McCarmiek-  Deering separator, nearly new. Also  one 3 x 3% McCormick-Deering wagon  gear, nearly new. V. M. Vasseur,  Creston.  Pruning is pretty well completed in  the Va ley and orchardists are expecting  better than an average crop of tree  fruits. Winter apples look particularly  promising.  There was a keen, demand for the pigs  offered at the auction sale of the late F.  K. Hurry effects on Wednesday. About  30 of the squealers were available and  they averaged around $5.50 each.  Public school pupils are reminded that  the Women's Institute birdhouse exhibition is on Saturday. 28th, and that  all houses must be delivered to the  United Church basement before-noon  that day.  IvSrs. A. North of Sirdar was a Creston  visitor on Friday for the March meeting  of the Women's Institute. She states  buttercups in full bloom have been a  common sight at Sirdar since early in  the month.  Saturday, April 4th, is the last day for  placing names on the 1931 provincial  voters list. It is stated that fully 30 per  cent, of these who voted at the Dominion election last July are not on the  provincial list.  For to-night and Saturday the Grand  is offering another Colortone Revue,  "The Clock Shop." It in largely a  musical feature in colors and was  immensely poputar opening night when  "The Flower   Garden"   was  presented.  Manager Rodgers has something  brand new in comedy in "Anybody's  War," at the Grand tonight and Saturday. The film features Moran and  Mack, the "Two Black Crows," who  have been immensely popular over the  radio.  Creston Valley Teachers' Association  had the March meeting on Saturday  afternoon and amongst other things discussed was a field day of sports for nil  schools in thc valley. Between Kitchener and Sirdar 20 teachers are employed���������  half of them at Creaton.  Misb Patsy Richards, who has been in  charge of the work of the Full Gospel  Tabernacle for the past 18 months, is  leaving for her homo in Victoria for a  much needed rest. Sunday will bo her  Inst day with us nnd all friends are invited to be present at this service when  flhe will give a short farewell message.  Crostc.ii Valley Teachers'' Association  met in March session Saturpay vfter-  noon. Tho teachers are looking forward  to a viBit from W^K. Pepper, principal  of Fernie high school, who will report on  the meeting of tho oxocutlve of the B.C.  Teachers' Federation held in Vancouver.  Plans for a district field day for school  pupils ware i3it.cufic.eiJ, Io it* __o|>uu tbafc  a bettor class of sportsmanship will be  developed, and that pupils will compete  for tho soke of sport, and not for a prize  of money. Any athletic talent would bo  developed, and a rcprontmtat. vo might be  found to compete in tlbe Keotenay-  Boundary Diet-riot sports at Nelson in  M������y.  Don't Delay !     Buy your  Supply  of       -  AND  Ask  WOOD  NOW!  us   for prices on hauling  anything anywhere  H    S  SVScOREAT  Sole agcsiit for GALT COAL.  i  ���������  Prime No. i Deei? jtofk  Mutton, Lamb &l> Veal  Phone your order and receive our best service.  4  i  4  i  4  4  4  i  4  4  <-  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  .  4  TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAMS BACON and LARD  GLEND ALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BURNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  If fill*-?  PAN Y, Ltd.  MMMWMp*M������i_mpqMJp*WPV������MpM^^  "*"-**���������  A. J-.J_.JL JUL IL  consists in spending less than  ���������you earn.  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay Interest on Savings fess!*  ances and shall welcome your  account. *m  ���������������������������-*������ i"|WffWnnij_-ffWW_ji������, ,  MM^I_______^___.   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"9  f���������il3 LOIdS  Best Treated  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  MARCH 22  THE USE   ^"Nrr*   A'S.'ST.se* e\ts> _ra_rv_ri.->  GIFTS���������TEMF_E_BA_NJC-a   WESSON  Golden Text: "Be not drunken with*  wine, wherein is  riot,  but be  filled  I with, the Spirit."���������Ephesians 5.18.   ;  Lesson: Luke 12.  Devotional Reading-: Matthew 6.19-  .24.'  Stop them over-  night Without  "dosing" ��������� rub  on at  bedtime  IGBC S  J& V A PORUS  Over t&Million Jars l/s������������*Y������AJO.r  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOD  1  More than 100 spectators at T-okio,  were burned, on the face and arms  when a chemical sprayed by aeroplanes failed to vaporize.  Explanations and Comments  The Warning1 Against Govetous-  iiess, verses 13-21.���������A certain rich  i man, so the parable of Jesus begins,  whose- fields, yielded more than his  barns would hold, propounded tb -.-tin-  self this query, "What shall I do because I have not where to bestow my  fruits?"  "God has provided barns for superfluous corn in mouths that hunger,  limbs that shiver, homes where the  orphaned and the widowed sit in  want. To store in these treasxi rehouses is the luxury as well as the  duty ot wealth."  The rich man proceeded to answer  his query: "Tbis will I do; I win pull  down nay barns, and build .greater.  And 1 will say t^jjny soul [some one  observes that he was talking to his  stomach, under the impression that he  was addressing his soull. Soul, thou  hast much good laid up for many  years; take thine ease, eat. drink, be  merry." "He does not say to it, "Now,  Look for this mark on every  tirs. It EJi guarantee that  M49IC does not contain aluta  or any harmful ingredient  Tbe strength of the British Territorial Army now is 6,631 officers, andi i my soul, let us study art, and music,  127,282 other ranks, a decrease of 85-  and   literature.*    The   finer   instincts  have  gone;   his  feeling for  God,  his  and   1,785  other   ranks   in   a j enthusiasm for humanity." He" has "so  officers  year. 1 Lived that at the end of his years he  Sale of tickets in the Irish hospital j has lost the capacity to live. He has  .   . _.__     _       ���������_���������������.,.._,.! made a living and unmade a life."���������  sweepstakes  on  the  Gra__d  National j j_ jj. Jowett7  steeplechase is illegal in Great j "it is a shameful conception of  Britain, the high court ruled in a! wealth which regards it only as a  j.   j. _. _. __ - \ means to ease  and luxurious  living.  ' The ease it fcrin<rs is   or should be  The   Faculty   of  Arts,   the   largest [ 0nly the reward for the heavy respon-  art association in. Britain, has award- ; sibilities it imposes. The man who is  ed its gold  medal for "the  greatest i rich by reason of the great business  film of 1930"  to     All Quiet On   the i Interests he has built up is accoimt-  c ; able    to    the    community    for    the  Western Front. honesty and usefulness of his service,  The British    Linen    Industry    He-   to his hundreds of thousands of em-  search Association announces that the'. Payees for   such   a  conduct   off  the  . _____._,_* t business as will assure them of their  King has consented to devote two or   me������ms of 3ivelihood, to Wa OWI1 c<m_  three acres of his Xorfolk estate to; science for laborious and unremitting  the experimental growing of Sax.       [attention to the wearisome details of  ������������������ _-.,.__..*.__,-_.  r,e \f���������p;n tt,.s_-__���������������_-.+ _-; business management. Too often the  The directors' or McGill  university -.__._, ���������- !���������{������������������������_.   v.������������������i+i.   ._,_.-������"_ .������.���������������._._,_.  i loss of leisure, health, and happiness  for 1930-31, was issued recently, and , ������s t]ae penalty he pays for the luxur-  was complete from A to Z, the first; ies he enjoys."  women  ideas for attractive menus... ihis one. sUggwwc.  by Miss Katherine M. Caldwell, cookery authority ol Canadian Home Journal, Toronto, 1$ thcre>  fore sure to please*  .   LUNCHEON MENU  Cheese and Vegetabl e Souffle with Cream Sauce  Buttered Whole Wheat Toast  Sweet Pickles  Hot Raspberry Biscuits*  Chase a Sanborn's Tea  For afternoon tea, there is noihing nicer cian  these same Raspberry Biscuits, shaped daintily  with o tiny cutter���������split/ buttered end served  piping ho^ with a cup of perfect teal  Miss Caldwell says: "Magic Baking Powder Is  easy to use because its uniform, hlsSi quality  never varies. 9 use and recommend Ma sic  because my experience has proven that it always  gives consistently belies bsfcins results.-"  Try Miss Caldwell's Recipe for  ���������RASPBERRY. BISCUITS  4 tabf-spoons shortening  9������ cup milk ������������������*���������  Tea-cubes of sugar  Raspberry juice or syrup  S cups flour  4 teaspoons Magic  Baklno Powder  Vi teaspoon salt  2 tabtospoona sugar  Mix and sift ihe dry 3r.gfedicr._s. Cut the hard/ eoid shortening  into them with a knife, using a quick, short, chopping motion;  or reduce the hard cold fat to tiny particles with a pastry  blender or a steef-pronsed fork When the mixture resembles  a very coarse meal, add the liquid, mixing quickly and lightly*  Turn out the dough en a slightly floured board; pat at dovvrs  tightly or roll it to a thickness of about one inch. Shape witb.  a small cutter or cut in squares with a floured knife.  Dip the smaii lumps of sugar into syrup from canned or fresh  raspberries... Press a lump into each biscuit... forcing it we. 6  down into the dough so that it will not run down the sides  when melted.  Place One biscuits on a greased part or baking sheet  and bake in a very hot oven, 450������ Fv 12 to 15  minutes. ���������'  name being Abramowitz, and the last:  Zwisler.  Because she cannot comply with  immigration regulations, officials state  Miss Alexandra. Tolstoy, elderly  daughter of the great Russian novelist,, cannot enter Canada.  The Chinese government is contemplating an increase of 30 per  cent, in   tobacco    taxation    to    raise  *Vk<"h������*ct������p     -Frw*     *���������_-_!-. _a^     -r.-P      oioinnwof     -rw*i������l4*������_  ��������� _i_Vk*VJ J.W*. ������^.4JVJ. -*_.-__��������� *?^*-������������    _   L__>2$ *CJ_V������**.������~  tudes of Shensi and Kansu provinces.  It is estimated $15,000,000 could he  raised by this method.  The first "Empire Shop" organized  in England by the Empire Marketing  Board is that of Birmingham, opened  on January 26 by William Lama,  M.P., Under-Secretary for Dominion  Affairs, hut it is not the first in Great  Britain. A similar shop "was opened  by the Board in Glasgow, last year.  Atmosphere  Of Earth  Hundred*  Miles   Dee  ������������������The rich fool made three mistakes: lie mistook his body for his  soul; he mistook time for eternity;  and he mistook himself for God, the  Ruler of all destinies."���������James Orr.  God said unto him, "Thou foolish  one, this night is thy soul required of  thee,- and the things which thou hast  prepared, whose shall they be?"  The  Parable  Of Faithful and Unfaithful    Servants,    verses   35-40. ���������  Watch eagerly for the coming of the  King,   like  servants   of   a  lord   who,  ���������with. loins girt lev servcie, and "with  lamps  burning,  await his coming in  the    night    time.    "In - the    spiritual  sphere the loina girt point to a noble  purpose in. life, and the burning lamp  to the spirit of hope." When the master finds them watching, he in his joy  will himself take the place of a servant, make them sit down, and serve  them.     Blessed  is  that  master who  finds them watching in the second or  in the  third watch���������the time when  men are most liable to give way to  sleep. Then Jesus used a new figure,  that of a master of the house on his  guard against the coming of a thief  ������ *���������       mm mm      <���������"_*��������������� l^^tMnnfA/l      4" "I *yv+ ty  Omm,       (**_!        UUWA^WU\<VW        mtmAAAmt*  Does Not Appear Weak  Lightning Strokes Which Split Great  .Rocks Compel Respect  A 5,000,000-volt stroke of lightning having been caught and measured on an electric line in Arkansas,  the scientists state that it is considerably weaker than machine-produced  electricity.  This conclusion may satisfy electricians of note, but the ordinary  man should beware of trifling with  lightning when it is raging about.  Strokes that split great rocks, hit,  and raze big buildings and wipe out 1 !"^;_T^^t^V ^  herds of cattle, are quite capable of    disposing of a mere man in astonishingly quick order.  Lightning is a natural force that  compels respect.  [elusion of the parable is: "Be ye also  ready; for in an hour that ye think  not, the Son of Man cometh."  Charles W. Lowe, M.Se., botanical  lecturer at University of Manitoba,  has been elected to a Fellowship in  the American Association for the Ad- j     Douglas' Egj'ptian Liniment Is an  vancement of Science. Prof. Lowe is ] excellent leg wash for stock.      Also  Persian Balm���������the peerless aid to  loveliness. Delightfully fragrant.  Dainty to use. Leaves no stickiness.  A little gentle rubbing and it is  swiftly absorbed by the tissues. Tonic  in effect. Soothes and dispels roughness and chafing. Keeps skins soft  and velvet-textured. Unrivalled for  chariyj distinction. s__d refinement  Used by lovely women everywhere to  preserve and enhance their natural  beauty.  renowned for hia research work of  fresh water and marine algae, and  will shortly publish two papers on algae research in British Columb_a.  CUTS ft SORES  Apply Minard'i frc������ly. It  washe* out poi.nan and  clean*e_. Any wow ml _i������als  quickly after it������ u_������.  There'* nothing better.  removes corns in horses and quickly  relieves bruises, sprains, swellings  and joint stiffness.  U  Cigarette Pape  L._tr������a Double Booli  120 L������av<_������ f*js  Fin**\ Vou Can Buy* ^Vr  AVOID IMITATIONS  Manufacturing In the West  Figures Would Indicate -Phenomenal  Development Within Recent  Years  J.   E-I.   Davidson,   managing   secretary of   the Industrial   Development  Board  of  Manitoba,   pointed  out  in  the course of an address In Montreal  I'ccently,   that   industrial   production  in Aiberta  exceeds   $100,000,000  annually;  in .Saskatchewan, $60,000,000  and in Manitoba, $165,000,000.   Thero  are $15,330,000 more capital invcatocl  in Manitoba's   manufacturing  Indua-  trlea, ho added, than in all the livestock, poultry,  implements ancl  machinery in   thc   province,   and  Manitoba's    manufacturing    output    last  year was more than doublo thc combined   wostorn   returns   from   dairy  products,   flold   crop3   (oxclunive   of  grain), poultry and honey.  Doctors Donate Millions  Investigations show that the medical men in the United States give  away a sum of $365,000,000 annually  by donating their services to people  who cannot or do not pay. On this  basis of reckoning the medical  fraternity in Canada must he giving  away annually some $30,000,000.  Their critics have no such record of  philanthropy to show.  But Sun Has Atmosphere Depth Of  9,000 Miles  New discoveries about the sun's  atmosphere have been disclosed to  Dr. Albert Einstein at the Mount  Wilson Solar Observatory, Pasadena,  California, by Dr. Charles E. St. John,  of the Carnegie Institution, of Washington. The sun's atmosphere is 9,-  000 miles deep, compared with the  100 mile depth of the earth's atmos-  er of the  eariu a atmospUere is composed of  the lightest gases, helium and hydrogen. The sun's atmosphere is quite  different, the outermost layer being  of ionized calcium, forty times heavier than the layer of hydrogen 3,000  miles cLoser to the sun.  In the earth's atmosphere the first  seven, aniles from the earth form a  layer in which wind storms occur up  to a velocity of 200 miles per hour.  At 35 miles up argon, one of the  constituents of air, disappears.  Farther up there Is no _x.0i.;e oxygen,  and at 70 miles nitrogen disappears,  leaving only helium and hydrogen for  the last thirty miles.  To Speed Up Traffic  Horses .Banned From London Street  During Certain House  For the first time in the history of  London, horse traffic is to he forbidden to one of the city's principal  streets.  The ministry of transport has announced an experimental scheme op*  erative during the coming spring by  which Oxford Street, one of the great  east and west thoroughfares, will be  closed daily to all slow moving traffic, including horse-drawrj vehicles,  between noon and 7 p.m.  Worms sap the strength and undermine the vitality of children.  Strengthen them by using Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator to drive  out the parasites.  Nobody Wants War  Mussolini doesn't want war. Japan  doesn't want war. France doesn't  want war. The United States abhors  war. It might' be well to watch  Switzerland.���������Toledo Blade.  For Both House and Stable.���������There  Ls a good deal of similarity, physically speaking, between, human beings  and the lower animals. Both are subject; to many ailments arising from  inflammation and to all manner of  cuts and bruises, Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil is an .entirely reliable  remedy for such ailihents and mishaps in both human beings and the  lower orders of animals.  Aching  CORNS  STOP HURTING  An Ever-Present Menace  -.������__���������  iialllillNST^NT  lf^i^^3?A^1^.^?.^:1;^  ���������*������.<���������  A   Mnt   Of   "Want������<l   g_.vei__toi������"   an������  Knit rnr-prrnmUn.��������� Sent Vtt* On Htiqufrat,  ftta wkmcav ft*    Dm...    _nra rank mx,  ������t*w S������jNlii������w>r������0   W>W������     %*mX       OTTAWA, Otklf  W.    N.    U.    IBAl  Advertising ICducaten '"  Auh'crUaJMg io eaaentlally educational. It lifts iTien'o mind out of.  ruts. It creates a doalre for __s.e  thing*.. It spurs ambition nnd generates energy. It han walked hand In  hand with progresH In our time, nwd  i| oven ft atop nhead.  Just a drop or two of Tutnain's  Corn Mx tractor, and tho pain goes  away. Roilof Is almost instantaneous.  Removing corns with "rutnnm's" is  so easy, so sure, so painless���������thou-  ���������suiuifl uhi) this wonderful remedy,  and nay It is tho best. Don't suffor  any longer, uso I?uliwi_������_'������ Corn ISx-  (nu.tor, tho ono sure relief for sore  corns. Sold at ovory drug store, 30c.  E_____v  ll    __3       _u       ^Sk|9   ^kf^L   Mink <_fB    ^5ts^  Carbon Monoxide Gas Most Treacherous Because No Warning Given  A  recent  bulletin   issued  by   the  Roads Department   of   tho  Province  of   Quebec,   contains   an   important  reference to the danger created by  tho presonco of carbon monoxide, a  menace all the greater because It may  extend even to an automobile in motion.     The note is well worth careful  perusal by all motor drivers. Carbon  monoxide is a    colorless,    tasteless,,  practically odorless gas, and is without any irritant action on tho mucosa of the rospiratory tract.     Bo,������  cauoo of those properties, lt is impossible to detect it by any of tho  live uonacs.     It is, therefore, u most  treacherous gas, aix\0Q It can bo present In dangerous quantities without  giving any warning whatever.  ,.,.....,.,.,���������.. ���������     .jmi- -:.._-__-W_nivi_m_-ii? ..._;���������  ii_iii������.-^������j^si������ii!  Kipwi^f^^_i������ft(9gi|-i4m^ .1 #n^ ���������  Britain -expects a rocord ploasuro-  boatlng HoaHon this year.  VVour Vegetable Compound is a good medicine.  Anyone who Is in poor health I  should not hesitate to try it.  When I was raking the vegetable Compound! [tried Ithe  snmplR !..fv������r JPIlIn T fowKi in  | the package. I have taken  them every niche since and I  can feel myself improving, I  am so thankful for the'^ood  they do mc that I have told  several women about it/'���������  Mrs, G. W. Posliff, 063 Huron  St., Stratford, Ontario.  .'���������ii,.1....!  '| n'J, fliilfiSrV '.O'li-.r'iiYS,../l'.V '���������'"'������������������ ���������''���������    ' f il  ���������EHJC YBBYIEW.   CKESTON.   B.   0.  A.  )esg  ilJi-iiiiiijiill  Mi  ililll  :������:.l:_;_:_:5 *  AIN.Y CHILD  \jS7E can never be sure just what  V������ makes a child restless, fout  the remedy can always be the same.  Good old Castoria! There's comfort  in every drop of this pure vegetable  Ereparation j and not the slightest  arm in. its frequent use. As often as  your child has a fretful spell, is  feverish, or cries and can't sleep, let  Castoria soothe and quiet him; Sometimes .it'sa touch of coiic. Sometimes  constipation. Or diarrhea���������a condition that should always be checked  without delay. Just keep Castoria.  . handy, and give it promptly. Relief  "will   follow  very   promptly;   if   it  wkWWM   mj,      ijmJmM, OUVUIU   ******   **  Jf ***t ������������*VXCLU.������  ������������s&L^  SCORIA.  gGiii-irnin_iniiitnEnii!ii(nnnimiiniiis  I THE DUSTY  f  HIGHWAY    I  ��������� BY ��������� s  CKRISTINB  WHIT-CN���������_ S  PARMENTER g  _ Copyright 1929 ������������  S.!i!fn!.ifi!!!-.!!!!!!!ss:_-:-:ss--:.;__--;iiiiiP  CHAPTER Xn.���������Continued  The color pounded in Gay's cheeks.  All her sympathy for Jame3 Halliday rushed over her as she said, her  voice colder than Nick had ever heard  it: "'It was no joke, Nick. Her husband was in that Jaack.V.  ''How���������horrible!"  .Nick raised himself on one elbow;  then sank back limply.  "I l_ope she'll never know. It would  h ��������� Icill her, because���������well, she was  ������sug__ing when, we uf'ew up ��������� beside  him. I remember motioning her to  stop, for the window of the hack was  open, and I saw a hand reach out to  pull down the shade. Gee! what a  situation You���������you don't suppose he'll  tell her, do you?"  "Probably not. He keeps his feelings pretty much to himself, I think;  hut if he cared for his mother (and  he did, Nick, I could see that), it  jniist have been something of a blow."  "It was ghastly. Why did he tell  trouble was due to his beastly cynic-  Ism, but- " *  "He's not always cynical," broke in  Gay defensively. ���������'There wasn't a  trace of it that night: he was only  kind. If they're not happy the fault  isn't all bis, Nick. Julte says������������������"  "Gay, how can you listen to Julie's-  chatter?"  "I didn't. It sifted through to me  when J was thinking about you. No  one can stop Julie when she gets going; and I was too unhappy just then  to care about the ethics of the case.  I_et's forget it, Nick. I don't want to  think about that time, ever again.  It was a-nightmare.."  For a while there was silence, then  Nick said thoughtfully: "I could  stand all of it, Gay, if we hadn't run  down that child."  Ke shuddered at the memory, and  she said; "Don't think about it,  dear."  /'Ho wean I help thinking? It was  a little girl, Gay, hardly more than  | a baby,  and  I've  always  wanted a  j little girl. She was chasing a kitten.  '. Perhaps she was afraid we'd run over  I it���������anyway, she ran straight in our  ; path. If I'd seen her a moment soon-  \ er���������but  I wasn't driving,  and when  X caught the wheel, well, I hate to  think so,  but it seemed to me that  Mrs. Halliday almost kept me from  turning.   She  had  hold  very   firmly  with both hands, and the child was  ko near "  j He closed his eyes, and Gay pro-  ; tested: "Nick, you mustn't talk about  I it. It "will make you sick. You, surely,  were not to blame;.and the child is  having the very best of care. Mr.  Halliday has been there every week,  sometimes oftener. He says she^s a  wiry little thing and is doing splendidly. Besides, she wouldn't have  lived an hour if it hadn't been for  you. Everyone says that."  "I know. It makes me feel responsible for her in a way. I sometimes  wonder (she was a State ward, you  know), what the little thing has got  to live for. I didn't like the face of  that woman who boards her. It was  hard .as nails. Nobody seemed to care  ���������that's what made me so determined  to save her. She was somebody's baby  once, Gay."  Gay  moved  nearer,   and  stooping,  kissed his cheek.  ._. "There 1" .she  said  cheerfully,   "as  Uncle   Sim  says:   '.Don't you go  to  ������_-_\t������_i^t_f."    n __..  .rv_...j.j_LS.      a*_.jr  more   than   you   can  ". "���������- wanted me to know that you  Were safe at that time anyway. He  Said he saw you, and I unfortunately  asked where."  "Poor fellow! Do you know, Gay, I  think they're unhappy. I've thought  so all along. At first I imagined their  help.' It's time for baby's nap, and  you can entertain Sonny for a while.  He's a sure antidote for morbidness."  Nick watched her go down the path  to the sand pile���������lift her baby, and  turn again toward the house; while  Sonny, carefully carrying a mud pie  in his chubby hands, trotted at her  side.  "It's a present," he announced, laying the delicacy on his father's knee.  "It'll give you an appletite."  "Sure it will!" said Nick, grnining.  "Maybe I'll-get as fat as Uncle Sim."  Sonny shook his head.  "Uncle Sim's too fat, Daddy. His  lap's most   all   stummick,    an'   me  ai-uea   uxi,"  Nick laughed.  "Well, from .present indications I  guess it'll be some tinte before I  reach those proportions! I was never  so thin in my life. I bet you could  knock me down if you tried real  hard."  Best Evidence-  Mrs. Ccreei-S--, cf Leigh, writes:���������  "I suffered with biliousness accompanied by sick headaches for days  at a. time, and every medicine I  tried failed to bring relief. A friend  gave me some of your wonderful  Carter's Little Liver Pills and the  first dose gave me great relief. For  three years I have taken them every  night as a regulator and I find they  prevent these bilious and sick headache attacks. I have five iiitie boys  and I give them three or four every  week. I have great faith in them."  Take Carter's Little Liver Pills.  All druggists 25^ and 75tf red pkgs.  his chair, stating his errand as he did  so.;.'..-��������� :''���������.;������������������' ,,'���������' 'Y  'Til call up Miss Carberry at once/'  :&&e ^^jMJd^j'v.pir;- ^-fl^.';B_^ja_j-iaiy������ I think  that's a woiideriui thing io do: It  .will give"us all achahce to help the  little;girlV How ohl is she ?":���������'-���������" :  ���������'TheyY say she's four; but she  C _>;" n.'t' look as big- as: this ��������� _ boy ���������' of  yours, I thin*, she'si been--we_l, if not  abused, at least treated] with ihdiffer-  'ence. .I've been there twice ..when. Mrs.  Wilh^s ,ra  mEide a fuss''- over the child for ray  benefit, 3t was plain that .the little  thing was frightened."  "Oh, dear I" said Gay. "Surely you  can keep them from sending her back  t--' -3 when she gets well?"  "She sha'n't go back there if I have  to. adopt her myself," answered Halliday grim_y. "I���������I can't understand it,  but the child seems to���������to like me.  Usually children don't."'  "I do," said Sonny suddenly. "Til  bake you anover pie.if you want one."  Halliday laughed, and arose.  "I rather think my digestion won't  stand for it," he replied. "And besides, I must go home and get ready  for my guest, I'll come back later  and find out what you hear from the  nurse, Mrs. Hastings. Just now Julie's  waiting for my orders. It's fine to  see this man of yoiirs about again,  isn't it?"  He turned away, while Sonny slid  down the steps to join him, slipping  his little hand into James -Haliiday's  as confidingly as he would have put  it into Nick's.  "I got a oven where I bake 'em,"  he said sociably. "Daddy made it.  Daddy can make anyfing. I'll show  you 'fore yoij go home."  "Gay,^ murmured Nick softly, "you  ought to have seen Haliiday's face  when the kid offered him that pie! I  don't believe he ever played in his  life���������or if he did he's-forgotten how.  But it's fine of him to do so much  for that little  girl.*'  Gay didn't answer. She was watching James Halliday bending above  the pile of stones that was Sonny's  oven, In the silence she heard her little boy explaining: "You put 'em  there first, an' then brown 'em on the  tops, same as Mummy does, only me  can't have matches. Daddy says mud  pies don't need   matches.   He    says  relief frens pein  "Sonny wouldn't knock you down,  Daddy," said the little boy seriously.  "sonny loves you tebbly.'"  "Come here then, and show me  how much 'tebbly' is. I want a hug  the worst way."  "A big hug, or a little one ?" asked  Sonny, -advancing a step and resting  one small elbow on Nick's knee.  "The kind you give 'Mother when  you love her best."  "That's the big kind���������only���������only  you been sick, Daddy, and it might  hurt. Julie "says sick folks is kind o'  brittle."  . "I don't fee! brittle in the least,"  Nick answeredki soberly. "Let's, risk  it."  It was thft embrace that James  Halliday interrupted, coming through  the gap in the hedge, and seating  himself in the chair that Gay had  vacated. Nick unclasped Sonny's  arms in order to stretch out a lean  hand, which Halliday gripped hard.  "I won't- stay long enough to tire  you," he said. "I -want some advice  from Mrs. Hastings. I'm wondering if  I can get hold of that nurse who has  just left you."  'A nurse? Is anybody sick?"  "I'm moving that little girl from  the hospital to-d:ay," answered Halliday.    "She was able to leave, and rj m0rS  'Hcioua that-a-way. Some day  Backache is one of those wearying  complaints which bind all their victims  together   with   a.   common -bond   of  misery..; And when any one suReier  from backache finds a sure remedy,  fellowship prompts the quick report  of that discovery to ofcliers. Here's _.  woman who has her f rieri d to thank for  knowledge of a remarkably saceessfu!  treatment. Now gratitude compels  her. in turn, to ni������s alnna the antyrt  news to you.  " I am writing to tell you of the great;  benefit I have received from Kruschen  Salts. My friend,. Mrs. H.s had received,  so much benefit that she begged me  to give Kruschen a trial, although at  first I was doubtful, because I had  tried so many things. Atlast, however,  I tried some of her Kruschen,. and,  feeling hopeful, I purchased a bottle,  and I can honestly say that before I  had nnSshea the fcocile my backache  "was gone. I have suffered for 5'cars  with kidney trouble and dreadful  headaches, and now to be free from  the pain altogether is wonderful."���������  (Mrs. C.)  FREE TRIAL OFFER  IE you bave aiever tried Kruschen���������try it now  at our expense. We have distributed a great  many special "GIANT" packages -which make  it easy for you to prove our claim fox -yourself.  Ask your druggist for the new "'GIANT" 75c.  package.  This consists of our regular S5c. bottle together  with a separate trial bottle���������sufficient for about  one -week. Open the trial bottle first, put it to  the test, and then, if not entirely convinced that  Kruschen does eves-yUiins we claim it to do, the  reguJar bottle is still as good as new. Take it  back. Your druggist is authorised to return  your 75c. immediately and without question.  You have tried Kruschen free, at our expense.  What could be fairer? Manufactured by  E.   Griffiths  Hughes,   L-td..   Manchester,   Eng.  iEstab. 17SG).     _n_D0rt__s. McGiilivray Broa*  .td.. Toronto.  Halliday laughed.  "I see. I'll try not to make such a  mistake again. Good-bye, little chap."  "By," said Sonny, and turned once  more to his absorbing1 task.  Gay watched James Halliday go  through the garden and into his own  house.  "His little girl!" she exclaimed  softly. "Did you hear that, Nick ? Ohr  wouldn't it be wonderful if "  Kick srssiied, and said: "My dear  girl, have you forgotten the Hallidays*  careers?" *  "Careers!" echoed Gay with scorn.  She arose, and   -moved   toward   the  door.   "I must go  ia and  telephone  . that nurse. X   tell   you   what,    Nick  j Hastings, it's some career just keep-  they're   sun-baked,   an'   the, flavor's j tag" a family going. And if the Halli-  GlBT RID of your dread of pain aftor  entlng. Kat without foar of "indlgos-  , toon/" flour stomach, disagreeable gas  br headaches. ,  When your food ferments, "disagrees," Uoa like a lump in your  fltomnch, it's a sign off too much acid,  you need not resort to erudo methods  *���������take Instead an antl-acld that will  eorrpfifc tho fowHttrvn. PhliUpn' iwri.ft  of Magnesia.  A spoonful of this pleasant-tasting,  oaothing fluid neutralizes many times  Its volume ln acid. It restores tho  proper alkaline, balance to an aold-  soaked stomach and bowels���������assists  those organa to function as thoy  should.  Phillips' Milk of Magnesia is what  you need when a bad breath, coated  tongue, headaches, nausea or hlHloua-  noas Indicates an over-ixoLd condition.  Take a spoonful today and for several  days and see how It sweetens tho wya-  t������m. Ybu won't hz nearly ao _3*������������3(_  to colds or sickness. All drugstores ln  the Dominion sell it in 50o bottles.  Genulno Milk of Magnesia is always  a liquid���������novor a tablet, Look for the  name Phillips on tho bottle,    <������.'..  didn't think she'd get proper care  from that Mrs. Williams who hoards  her. Don't like the woman's face; and  I've a notion" (with a faint smile),  "'that she doesn't like mine! Mrs.  Halliday won't be back for a month.  She's gone on a cruise With some  friends; and it struck me that the  child would be better off here, with a  good nurse. I had to go through some  ir^d tape with the authorities; but  anyway, I've got her away from Mrs.  Williams, which is the main thing.  The child's afraid of her. I don't believe she's been well treated."  *Tm not surprised. The few words  I had with the woman showed me  that I'd hate to have a child of mine  smder" her care. Bwt���������won't it make  a lot of trouble for you, Halliday? i  suppose there are good places where  you could send her."  "No place where she'd have a  sleeping porch and a nurse to herself. I���������I want her to be happy. It  seems terrible for a child not to be  happy, doesn't it?���������and I feel, somehow, responsible for her, you know."  "Well, that's mighty fine of you,"  Nick began, when Sonny Interrupted:  "Me'll make mud pies for her.  Want one?"  He lifted the pie which was to give  his father an "appletite,", and offered  it to the caller.  Halliday took it rather awkwardly,  and said to Nick; "Am I supposed to  oat the thing?"  "Just portend eat," explained  Sonny kindly, while Nick smiled a  bit at Haliiday's ignorance of childhood's ways,  "With my fingers?" asked Halliday, smiling himself, as ho warmed  to tho task.  "Daddy laps 'cm sometimes, like  kitty," said the little boy, "hut  Mummy says ft'a not nice manners.  Juat portend."  Halliday "portended," smacking his  lips with relish aa ho laid It down.  "It'a blowbowy," oald Sonny, "Now  ���������1- ., . .    ������,      m.M ....   i4.������ ..-ff..   tf  lj_ .11    J W.H.U-      <.bL.AW.  Nick roared, but Ct-ay _iavod James  Halliday from tho embarrassing alt-  uation by appearing* in the doorway.  Ho arose rellovodly and ottered hor  when you got time I'll let you make  one."  "Thanks," said James Halliday.  "When my little girl gets better per-  ha' a you'll teach her how to do it. I  must go now. I enjoyed my refreshments very much."  "It wasn't "freshments," corrected  Sonny soberly. "It was pie. 'Fresh-  ments is ice cream."  days should keep that little girl-  (To Be Continued.?  Better Than Sing Canute  The bridegroom, was in a poetic  frenzy as he strolled along the seashore. "Boll on, thou deep and dark  blue ocean, roll" he recited to his  bride.  "Oh, Gerald," she exclaimed "how  wonderful you are. It's doing it."  :;_^Shl.e!ts^  t_Y.\ tits' iri1. qAN/uW'.; ���������.-.  EAHAP  8    \ \\*%mw M     %^bS^  (Made in Canada)  w.  N.  %jr.   iii&i  Prompt relief from  SORE THROAT ��������� .  RHEUMATISM . ��������� .  LUMBAGO   . ��������� . .  NEURITIS  ACHES and PAINS  Does not harm the heart  -TRADE-MAHK RUO.  Aim* omIm VA^rMl.piutoam whtol. cftntiifaa SWen dlmctlono. Eattijp  "AbpItW" !.ok������b of 12 tabletH. AIho bottles of 24 and MO���������iAll drugsttto.  "\_'"_Ui'    UMado In Canada):    ii'W.'S.'i-.-r' ������ THE   CRESTON   REVIEW  Fall Gospel Tabernacle  EVANGELIST  RITA ELLIOTT  SUNDAY, 7.30 p.m.  TI  ?Va  14  aSt.  if  .1'  I if������  Lssi?  Tues., Thstrs., Sat., 7.45 p.  SPECIAL MUSIC.    -  Come with your burdens���������  Carrv awav a smile!  ') I _r_r������___l   9%vmm$   P_i*������e_\fi_illw,"te throne.    The increasing interest  j iLiULdl  c&IHJ.' JT er&UIldl j i��������� the week night services, is very. en-  ' : ������������������ ' -' j couraging arid many are being helped  !    Five new members  were enrolled at  MASSEY-HARRIS  PLEME  the March meeting, bringing the membership of Creston Women.s Institute  up to 40. p  Buy your Easter plants and cut  flowers in Creston. Cook's Greenhous-e  can supply you with anything in this  line.   Place your - rders early.  H. Nelson, well known Kimberley  gardener, arrived at the end of the week  and is looking after spring cultivation on  the shrubs and flower? at the W. M.  Archibald residence.  The Legion have booked Easter Monday evening for a dance at the Recreation hall at Wynndel, at the usual  prices of admission and music by Al.  Fredericks or  _=_JTV___.*  POWER   SPRAY  CALL AND SEE THE NEW  __*^i^t^TTr"!^  m w    rmW T-QHSantC! ____���������   TS___> A _?"*"_P_i"%iS___>  FOUR- WHEEL DRIVE  CHAS.    MURRELL  AGENT CRESTON  _  to  w  *  4  _>,.-_  __.__���������__.  mmmmm+mmm^Ammm^mmtmJBtm  ��������� __��������� _..__��������� a..  mAmmmj^mmmmmm^Jm\mmmm%m\  mA4%mmmmm\mmmmmmm%\mmm%mmmMmm\m\mm>*mm  \t._r������li������5Sr;,^t*'S__  A SALMON SALAD  -IS ALWAYS APPRECIATED ���������  2 cups Salmon chopped fine. Dressing. Yolks of 8* hard boiled eggs  mashed fine, 2 tablespoons butter, 6 tablespoons vinegar, 2 teaspoons  sugar, M teaspoon made mustard, salt and pepper to taste.  Be It  lighter  change,  meals,  or emergency,  a simply made  or the need for  salad of Canned  Salmon is always a most welcome dish. And  think, too, of the tempting hot dishes you can  easily prepare with salmon. It is of high food  value and the low cost makes it economical.  No Salmon better than Canadian, caught in  the clear, cold ecean waters. .We sell three  kinds, and each one the best or their kind.  UbOObU-B    Bttasuj     UU   UJJG1 U&lBd  JPlddll  CRESTON  Two Stores  ERICKSON  and blessed.   You   are   missing  treat if you do not attend.  a  real  Creston Lodge of Pythian Sisters will  he Instituted on Tuesday evening,  March 24th at the Knights of Pythias  hall. Mrs. Ferguson of Rossland, grand  chieftain of the order, wiM be in charge  and st is expected she will be assisted by  members from Cranbrook and other  lodges. The regalia and all other  equipment 5a here, and a most interesting evening- is anticipated.  M_____.  ,__.__.__. __���������__.  ____.  , -_._-���������-...__.  ������_____*._____________^_.  ^i^^_3Bfe^i^<_^9Ste^9UiiI^S9fe!&^i-^9flK^UU  mm^mmm*%mEmmmiismmBmi!!mmm������mt  I  Buy goods made in Canads  and keep Canadians busy i  WE ARE OFFERING THE NEW  for Spring and Summer, all priced reasonably.  They comprise  3 Santile Wallpapers, Ceilings  and Borders  Sitting and Bedroom Papers  .include Floral, Conventional and  Pastelle shades.  Priced 25 to 50 Cents per Double Rail  Cream  and White <Le  at 30c. per Double Roll  New Pastille Ceiling  35c. per Double Roll  S  C. S. Hester was at Cranbrook at the  first of the week consulting  Dr.   Green.  He was a hospital patient in that city up  to a couple of weeks apo havsng  under  gone an operation for mastoid.  Tbe new fire alarm had its first  test on Friday night for an incipient  blaze at the power house. Fortunately  the flames- were extinguished with little  damage and before the brigade arrived.  The ladies will have a splendid opportunity to secure spring and summer  millinery at the two-day sale of hats  whieh Mrs. Geo. Mawson is having today and Saturday at Vic. Mawson's  store.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Auxiliary  were again .favored with generous patronage at the St. Patrick'e tea at the  home of Mrs. H. S. McCreath on Saturday afternoon. The intake was very  close to $30.  Creston baseball club was re-organixed  at a well attended meeting on , Sunday  when Frank Putnam was re-elected  president. Troy, Sandpoint and Bonners Ferry are anxious to have the game  ffour-cluc league as last season.  N.w that the train service is more  suitable residents of Sirdar are taking an  activ? interest in Women's Institute  work and a number from there have already joined Creston and District  Institute and are regular attendants at  the monthly meetings.  There was a good turnout of buyers  for the sale of the household effects and  implements of the late F. K. Hurry at  Creston Transfer yards on Wednesday  afternoon. The auctioneering was done  by Jas. Compton and very satisfactory  prices were realized, particularly on the  furniture.  "The Stolen Prince," a Chinese folk  play in costume wi!! be put on at Trinity  United Church next Friday evening,  27th. under the direction of Mrs. J. W.  Craig, and a talented juvenile company  recruited from the Sunday .school. In  addition there will be songs, drills and a  display of claesthenics by the g>m. class  nnder Mr. Larson. The admission Is 50  cents to adults.  K. W. Maxwell of the Premier Garage  has been taking an enforced vacation  this week. While pumping up a tire on  a car at the garage Saturday afternoon  the tire burst and a quantity of dust and  grit was blown into his eyes. He was  taken immediately to the hospital for  treatment, being removed to his home  on Monday, and is making a very satisfactory recovery, .  The Sunday evening service at the Full  Gospel Tabernacle was again the scene  of an attentive and appreciative audience. The evangelist spoke on the  gathering of t c nations before the great  Saturday Special!  MARCH 21st  BREAD  8 to 11 a.m.  u lOaVBS Z3C_  A demonstration of the new General  Purpose tractor is arranged for Monday,  April 6th, at 2 p.m. at tfrank Putnam's  ranch, Erickson. This new tractor*  which is a four wheel drive, will go anywhere a caterpiller tractor will go and  will pull three plows under any conditions. The great advantage of the  four wheel drive is that the expensive  upkeep of the caterpillar is avoided.  One of these machines i_< now in stock at  Chas. Murrell's and can be inspected at  any time.  There was a large turnout of stockholders at the annual meeting of Creston  Co-Operative Association at tbe United  Church hall on Saturday afternoon, with  J. M. Craigie presiding. F. Knott and  W. H. Kclthammei were elected to the  vacancies in the directorate due the  retirement of J. M. Craigie and E  Haskina, and the former two with T. R.  Mawson, ���������A. Glasier, I_. T. Leveque,  Hilton Young and Percy Boffey complete the directorate for 1931. There  was a businesslike discussion of changes  in policy for both stores, announcements  of which will be made by the new  directors.  TRY OUR SFRViCE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  <_  3  SERVICE TO  ALL  CARS  GAS,  OIL and  ACCESSORIES.  REBOR1NG and  VALVE GRINDING  with up-to-date  machinery  Let us give  vour JMlotoT  new life!  <  i  4\  4  4  4  4  4  4  <  <  US VUIUI!  1VIUIUIO  Canyon Si. at Barton Ave  ���������W'  ���������^������������������y ���������>-.���������^���������������r-y 'w"*'  4  4  United Church  Rev. R. E. CRIBB, B.A., Minister.  11.00 a.m.���������WYNNDEL.  4.00 p.m.���������CANYON,  i.ou p.m.���������������_/rt___C-i.VJ_N.  The selling trade have consistently and insistently  during the last few months, suggested we make and  feature a suit to retail at $35.00. Consequently we  uow introduce���������  J OHNSTON  APPROVED  $35  Made to  Measure  Guaran-  anteed  to Fit  TON MERCANTILE  ar/ipanv    I nrn  This suit is just as outstanding in its price range as  ROYAL YORK at $27*50  JOHNSTON APPROVED 35 will be the sensation in the made-to-measure field. The cloths both in  quality, color and patter.-, backed by clean-cut bench  tailoring will revolutionize the standard of values.  To the custome. who desires a little. better suit  than that offered in the popular priced range, and to  the man who has been buying much higher priced  garments, "JOHNSTON APPROVED 35" will  appeal: It will meet definitely and satisfactorily, the  requirements, of both.  SPEERS  Dry Goods, Groceries*    PHONE 3    Furniture,Hardware  B3EK_S5OTS������8^^  ^mjrmyuW'll,m}MmmmmMmMmmmj^^  Farmers and Ranchers  Sprlnc: is nt hand and everyone will soon bo busy In orchards and on  tho land.     Then you will discover that you need somo now machinery for  REGULAR  2 loaves  4 loaves  'I   tZsgm  JL ������_#**���������  <������m\\3%**m  FRASER'S BAKERY  for your farm and orchard work, and in that ease do hot forgot that wo aro  dealorB.n tho COCKSHUTT lino.   Wo can supply you with, any piece ot  machinery from tho Tractor to the ouHnury walking   Plow.   And we will  havo in atock a full lino of Farm Machinery, as well as s umples, before ���������  spring work boolns,, Ea������y payments can be arranged to suit your purfio.  Now is tho time to order your now SPRAY BOILERS. Thoy  are made of Heavy Shoot Iron and welded throughout, No leaking.  Tho price is specially attractive this year.  As we have enlarged our Shop and installed the very latest  in Equipment wc can give Prompt Service and Satisfaction. -  PLUMBING FIXTURES and &UPPLIES are npw lower In*      .  price than for mnny y^rtrr., Now is tho time to modernize your  homo .by puttings in n complete lino of Plumbing. Come in -nr>d  talk it ovor.   Wo will cheerfully submit pricea,  *n rr  .*l*h������������M_w������-������������fi^!^^  ORESTON  Greston Blacksmith, Plumbing &  Heating Company  STJ_D.l3-_V_sn.RTTT> *% R13120  ���������**-***-* *---^-^*fr���������* --Tr *l "^i1 fliii4.i> ittii _.ffll.n i-ftitr .iWl > fmimita ������<fcm J> . m%\*m%.m Aymi*%*mmmiiHm\* _rt_m_*_!_i__.lftiii. ffriii.f'ft.ii ff'iir nfl - ffnf t Fr,A",-4"-r"'^


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