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 *"1V_L_I SL_������  ^"'"^ir^ii.T^  Vol. XXIII.  CRESTON, B. C.y FKII^AY,  MARCH 27,  1931  No. 1  Scott Fruit Co.  Ooeniaiff. Creston  Arranging Lease Fruit Exchange  Warehouse���������Want Fruit and  Vegetable Tonnage���������Operate  19 Warehouses Prairie Points.  Skipping members of Creston Cooperative Fruit Exchange were out in  large numbers on Saturday afternoon for  a special meeting of that organization,  called for the purpose of discussing the  19301 marketing situation. President  Jas. Compton . was in charge _ and in  busraesslike terms placed before the  meeting the situation which faces the  Exchange, which finds that the volume  of business in prospect for this year is  too small to carry on with the same  satisfaction as in other years.  A brighter side to the picture, however, was also submitted b *. the president who explained an offer the Exchange  had received from the Scott Fruit  Company, Limited* who were prepared  to lease the E-sehass  sons witb Scott Fruit Company for the  one-year lease of the Creston warehouse.  Scott Fruit Company have been  operating at Erickson. under the local  ;=a_-ag���������r__e__t ox J. E.' VanAekeran, for  the past two years. Starting in a  modest way in 1929 the firm gave such  satisfaction that In 19JJ.0 the number of  orchardists shipping through them had  increased to the point where their warehouse accommodation was inadequate,  Returns to the Scott growers lest year  VWynndei  are reported to u& good.  3-lg  Scott Fruit Company is a subsidiary  of the well known Consolidated Fruit  Company and is also closely allied withj  the National Fruit Company, the trio;  accounting for the ownership and control  of 19 wholesale fruit warehouses employ-  sa������esixie__ working ihe  sn Manitoba,.. Sasketchewan,  Alberta and part of British Columbia,  along witb a corps of salesmen who work  the cities, with the score of distributing  bouses located in the principal wholesale centres of the four provinces  mentioned.  ���������EZSB&JSm*  <A\ CUVUOC  at Creston for one year, and were willing  to handle tbe fruit and vegetable production of Exchange shippers and all  other growers.  More complete details of the offer were  submitted by K. Harrison, manager of  the Scott Fruit Company branch at  Fernie, who was present and was asked  to speak. Mr. Harrison discussed the  *������������������" -ma on which the warehouse would be  teased, but dwelt more especially on the  service the company was: prepared to  give all who cared to ship through them  the c sning year. -  Scott Fruit Company have operated  their own. warehouse* at Erickson the  past  two years and, he believed,   had  "Sisteis, at wbich Mrs. Wilson  with the Installation of the new  Mise   Johanna Scott,  who has been  staying W-th -j������_ .������_**_-,  "������-.     T_      ���������*-_ i_a_  .ia.    xv.    _.uuuo,  for some time past, left on Friday for her  home at Vulcan, Alberta.  H. Harrison  manager of Scott Fruit  Company,   Lamited,. Fernie, has spent  the week in the Valley   on   a  business  visit.  Mrs. Reg. Watson of Creston was a  Wynndel visitor a^few days last week.  Paul Ofner sndl-loyd Williams left  last week for Trail, Where they hope to  find employment..'$���������'  A meeting of the Farmer's Educational  Union waa held in Ithe hall on Friday  evening to discuss labor  and   political  "uestiojis.  . ��������� Y ��������� **  The annual meeting of the- Co-  Operative Fruit Growers Association  will b������ held in ftb.������ hall on Tuesday  evening, March 3l_?t,; at 8 o'clock.  The fridge acrossf Duck Creek is now  completed and Work; has commenced on \  a new bridge at tfee^taticn.  "��������� Tha IK.it. KLxxb, dance on March 17tb  was a financial success, the door intake  tcta!__ng about $130. The first prize  went to Mrs. C; J_>ayis of JRykerts, representing an Irish Lady, not Colonial  Lady.The; second,fpot dance was won  by Mrs. ^..Cooper and M. Wigen. The  music was lively, but for St Patrick's  night. Irish melodies were conspicuous by  their absence There was a splendid  lunch at midnight, and dancing contin  tied until about 2,30 a-m.  Pythian  assisted.  officers.  .  Miss Eileen Heap left  Nelson,    where    she  position.  Mr. Baker of Nelson was a  visitor here on Tuesday.  Mr, and Mrs  Jim Pascuzzo returned  home on Thursday from Trail   from  a  on Tuesday for  has   secured   a  business  visit with, the latter's parents,   Mr. and  Mrs. Ashley Cooper*.  Mrs. Cherbo is on a visit  with friends  in Cranbrook.  gsven  t&ear.- growers  Sp^sL^  saeH a  er r/jajop :**nd   rs=  moW {ae&^jg-. cram, ana'] witi  connection as between  taller as the company provided c/uicker  payments could he made the answers on  e very thing, although payments on the  winter varieties of apples might hot be  quite as prompt as on the soft fruits and  earlier apples.  After speaking and answering  questions asked of him, Mr. Harrison  withdrew and the meeting was thrown  open for a discussion of the whole  situation, with the result that a motion  was passed to notify the Associated  Growers that the Exchange was cancelling its contract for 1931 with the big  selling organization, and the directors  were authorized to enter into negotiat-  was  a  off Mr.  Murdoek McLeod of Trail  visitor here oh Friday, a guest  and Mrs. F. J. Klingensmith.  Mrs. R. Dodds is a Cranbrook visitor  this week,, leaving on Tuesday.  Mrs. Kennedy of Canal Flats arrived  at the first of the. week, on a visit with  her mother. Mrs. Stsff*  Miss Annie Botterill was a  Visitor with Cranbrook friends.  weekend  were at Cre&ton on Tuesday  afternoon  +_._  f_^._+;A_  aw -__������i u_.v__  __e  -_.u~  and evesssg for  Pythian Sisters 1 dge in that town, and  Mrs. E Gartssright, Mrs. II. Telford and  Miss Beth Putnam are. amongst those  elected to office in the new lodge^  A very general interest is being shown  regarding the new Massey-Harris 4  wheel drive tractor wbich will, he  demonstrated on April 6th at Frank  Putnam's ranch.. The balanced traction  of four driving wheels gives wonderful  results when hill climbing witb a load,.  wbile the wide tread and low centre of  gravity with the pulling power of all four  wheels give great stability on hillsides  too steep for operation of the standard  type of wheeled tractor.  ��������� A ��������� _������������������__��������� -_iM_| _-W-i_-fc >!__������_. *a\ ���������<<������������������ __fc. ��������� A ��������� ���������).__ .ill ��������� m% m _fti__ <f_mi^l i r\m Awiftl iliM 11  . _fc.____k_._H_.__._A_.__t_._.____._ |^n[^ft -,|fr  '  E WISH TO THANK those growers  who have signified their intention to  ship through. "us the coming season for  the confidence they have shown, and to  assure them that it will be our earnest  endeavor to merit a continuance of that  confidence.  7UTNY GrROWER who has not completed  ^ "    arrangements for the marketing of his  crop, and wishing to c^scusa this matter,  is invited to communicate With us.  The Scott Frjiit Compaiw,  Will Handle 1931 Crop  season.  +*���������<* -rm\ m -������-fr  Rumors are being circulated  that    Greston   Growers,   Ltd.,y  are discontinuing: the handling  of      fruit     far    the       1931  We ������^finitely con-  this miiior, Creston.  Growers, Limited,-will be in a  position to give the same  service at the same charge  during the season of 1931 as  they have done during the past  eight years. We submit that  our service has Averaged over  a.'period.of ^egsig^a^.hish per-,  |SE^_^^^<^,-i^^^ct|0������j.r-;fe.'--"thei:  growers ;;w$u>������ave de__l������ with us  and suggest that growers would  be well advised to consider Our  record - when planning this  years sales connection. Full  announcement of interest to a"  growers; will appear in next  weeks issue of the Review.  CRESTON GROWERS, Ltd,  R. B. Staples, Manager.  Improve Warehouse  ...-Witb farm spring work well-under  way local fruit shipping houses are busy  with preparations to handle the 1931  crop. .Developments Sn this connection  will include the double lining of the  Long, Allan <& Long, Ltd., warehouse  at Erickson: work on which is scheduled  to commence immediately. It is under*  stood that this company have also  placed orders, for additional packing  house equipment to enable them to more  economically handle their Increased  uonnsge.  Commencing busin  institute Lodge  Pythian Sisters  Grand Chief and Grand Junior  Conduct Ceremonies��������� Starts  with 52 Members���������Mrs. I_aith~  waife First Presiding Officer*  over a  year ago this firm have been successful  in establishing highly satisfactory  marketing connections not only on the  prairie but also in Eastern Canada, and  possessing what can be regarded as one  of the most up to date packing-houses in  the Valley,, have placed themselves in  the position of being able to handle the  growers crops to the best advantage.  Siritar*  Mrs. Martin returned home on  Wednesday, after spending the past six  weeks with relatives and friends in  Vancouver.  Dicm Dennes of Nelson spent the  weekend with has family Hfere.  A. Dibben returned home on Saturday  after several days spent in Nelson.  Mr.     Rom tz   left   on   Monday   for  Creston   where   he   is relieving W.   B.  Martin,  C.P.R. agent, who  is   on   the  sick Hat.  M. Talericoleft on Tuesday for Trail.  Mr. and Mra. Jas. Wilson were at  Creaton on Tuesday for the inauguration  of  the  new  Blossom   Temple   of   the  LIMITED  H. HARKTSION, Box 11.65,'Perme, B.C.  ,   .-���������) .;,.. ;. .;���������..��������������������������� .   Manager.'.        ������������������ -   ' ���������,  J. E. VANACKERAN,  Phone 48M, Canyon, Local Representative.  w.*r"*-**r"*���������4r'  j*'wr\|^Tii|i)iirr^^'r,jMiir>iy-i,'iM|>-i-i)p ngi|ii-| i-yi  r^W**N-rwt������kf  Under the auspices of the Ladies'  Aid of Trinity United Church, in  United Church Hall  SAT., April 4th  3 to 6.80 p.m.  Plain and Fancy Sewing  Home Cooking  Novelties  Toys       Candy  AFTERNOON TEA  EVERYBODY WELCOME  S���������iimwh*3*s&sm  C H. Robinson of Nelson,  Dominion  fishery inspector,-was a business visitor  here this week, planting 40,000 eastern'  brook trout, fry in Meadow Creek.  ;v:__L;Y:I-*i^  ���������Mission., wherehe will be employed inr  ��������� thV'"*C.P-R.'\:Which'has  buying   headquarters, to  *-_���������_.  e������w__.������+i  _������ flOq Trtl  shifted its tie  Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. LaPage and family have  taken possession of # the residence  recently vacated by Chas. Anderson.  Ira Franks, E. S. Clark and Mr. and  Mrs. Hale pi Spokane came in on Saturday, making a visit to the Lead ville  minie on Sunday, and leaving for home  the same day.  W. S. Culver of Metalline Falls left for  Spokane on Monday after loading out  several cars of poles for the Haugle Pole  Company.  Mrs. Huson of the Goat River ranch  Was a patient at the CreBton hospital a  few days last week, taking treatment for  injuries received in a runaway accident  at Creston on Friday.  Ira Franks and W. Hale of Spokane  were here on Monday last for a meeting  of the directors . of Lendvllie Mining  Company, at which Mr Hale was elected president; C. F. Hayes is vice-  president, and A. G. Strudw.ickpt  secretary-treasurer.  Another acquisition to Kitchener's  growing business circle fe Mrs. Lang]ois,  who has recently transformed her old-  time store into an attractive ice cream  parlor, which opened for business on  March 17th.  Kitchener huB been miBsing calls from  several of tho ambassadors of trade who  are in the habit of making weekly visits.  ThiB is due to the poor shape the road is  in between Kitchener and Cranbrook.  Those who havo struggled through tell  some awflful tnleB of the state of the  highway.  Quito a largo __������_u rwpreaeniatave de.u-  gatlon of valley citizens were here on St.  Patrick's night to do honor to Irlennd's  patron saint nnd also to that distinguished son' of Erin, the genial Jimmy  McGovern, who for many years has  welcomed the coming and sped the  parting gitesta from tho Kitchener Hotel  After __ aumptuoua acpaiit had fe.ee__  done full jiustice to tho balance of tho  evening panned plonwnntly with song and  story, an interesting feature of the������e  proceedings boing tho presentation of a  silver mounted pipo to the redoubtable  James, who was condratulatoil on his  good health, and bent witihen extended  for his prenounce at many more such  enjoyable gathering.  British Columbia's youngest temple of  the Pythian Sisters is at present located  at Creston. It is officially known as  Blossom Temple, No. .32, and was inaugurated under most auspicious circumstances on Tuesday, starting off "with a  membership of 52.  The institution of the new temple was  in charge of Mrs. Ferguson of'Rossland.  the grand chief, assisted by Mrs. Downes  of Trail, grand junior, and required  sessions both afternoon and evening at  Wild Rose Hall, headquarters of Creston Knights of Pythias.  In the afternbon the lady members to  the number of 27 were obligated,  following which officers were elected and  installed, this feature being in charge of  Mrs. Ferguson and Mrs. Downes,  assisted by Mrs. Jas. Wilson of Sirdar.  In the evening the newly-elected officers  conducted the initiation exercises and at  this communication 25 knights were received into membership.  At the close of lodge proceedings the  Sisters served an excellent suppor following which there were a number of timely  talks, among those contributing to the  speechmaking being Mrs. Ferguson and  Mrs. Downes; who were followed by. W.  J. Trusco t, chancellor commander of  Wild Rose Lodger Sasn Steenstrup, Dr.  Henderson, R. H. Hassard, R. M.  Telford, Dr. McKenzie, C.-, F. Armstrong, A. E. French and.Jas. Wilson of  Sirdar.... .  A. pleasing feature of the. supper hour  ^^^^���������0^^^tioE~ol^pjc4y^^t&^ta  tO'Mrs. Fpgw-wm and Mrs. Downes from  the officers and members of; Blossom  Temple, the presentation address being  by Mrs. JLaitbwaite. tbe recipients  suitably acknowledging the gifts. The'  omcers elected are:  Chief���������Mrs.   John  Chief���������Mrs.  E.  E,  Most     Excellent  Laithwaite.  Sitting   Excellent  Cartwright.  Excellent Junior���������Mrs. R. M. Telford.  Excellent Senior���������Mrs. R. H- Hassard.  Manager   of   Temple���������Mrs.    A.    E=  French.  Mistress of Records and Correspondence���������Miss Beth Putnam.  Mistress   of   Finance���������Mrs.   W.   G.  Hendy.  Protector���������Mrs. J. Romano.  Guard���������Miss D. Payette.  -Mip.    rviuxweu,    Airs.  u.  Senesael, Mrs. Vic. Mawson.  Complete regalia and equipment for  the temple is here and it has been decided, to meet twice a month, the -first  and third Thursdays. With so large and  representative a membership and en-  thusiam running high,- the Pythain  Sisters are ikely to repeat the success of  the Wild Rose Knights lodge, which has  enjoyed a phenomenal growth in the  three years since it was re-organized.  Encourage the Boys  by Visiting the  Under the auspices of the Women's  Institute and open to the Fublic  School pupils of Erickson, Alice  Biding and Creston  United Church Basement  *������T,,SV.2rCi- 22  OPENING at THREE p.m.  23c. TEA and SALE of  HOME COOKING  Admission  Free *HE   REVIEW.   CRESTON.   B.   O.  tmnmr*mw*<WAT3t&v*!X3������nx^  G& Anwinm Ouiek Wn������  _____.-p!es-9__������d eoquJci by"Scot-ia.  Sal**" e_exybody ia ������������tox___bed. A  doctors -unazing   discovery.   Skia  clear* like magic Get "Scott-*.  Salva" from drugs'"' today.  S&sees and Gra?k������  are made best -with Purity.  j __loi_re The high qtsality of  Parity, made" from "best  Western hard wheat, gives  you sauces and gravies of  velvetv richness ��������� Without  lumps���������that will improve any  dish.  Use Purity Flour for thickening stews, and soups too.  -BB  Still tho B������������t for Bread  " " " limited. ToxoaUK        am  - _*.  fb'r     W  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  MARCH 29  itSVlBW:   JESUS_ THE   WORUD'S  SAVTOTJR���������Fji-SPARATION-  AND POPULARITY  Golden. Text: "Jesus of Nazareth  .... who went about doing good,  and healing a!! that were oppressed  of tbe devil; for God waa with Him."  ���������Acts 10.38.  Devotional Reading: Isaiah. 35.5-10.  Questions Upon the Quarter's _Lesson  Jt ���������_.__. .mm* i��������� ^ _-.... *M^ J  1  New Giant Cunard Liner  OC3I3  lf*tt  Brazil teas a proposal to exchange  coffee to Canada for wheat.  Por radio commuisication with. the  South Sease area, a large station is  lbeinsr constructed at Eoy������____3, Japan..  Manitoba won 49.7 per cent, of all  first prizes for butter. at the ten  largest fairs in Canada, in 1930, and  42 per cent, of all prizes offered at  these fairs.  The French Chamber of Deputies  unanimously voted*an appropriation  of 529,560,000 to continue payments  on pensions to war veterans who are  more than 50 years old.  Former Ambassador Arsene Henry,  father of C. Arsane Henry, newly appointed French minister to Canada,  died March 12, at his home in Paris.  He was 83 years of age.  A Japanese serai-rigid dirigible set  what was claimed to be a world's endurance record for this type of craft,  when it completed a stretch of 60  hours aloft without refuelling.  Armistice Day will be observed on  November 11, and no other date, if a  measure to be introduced in the  House of Commons by A W. Neill  (Ind. Comox-Alberni)  becomes law.  Savings deposits in Canada totalled  31,428,736,686 in January, as against  $1,425,845,166 in December last. Current loans outside of Canada amounted to $214,800,752, as compared with  the December figure of $213,965,402.  Repeal to the amendment to the  Export Act passed by the last parliaT  ment, prohibiting the export of liquor  to the United States, is proposed by  Cot. S. C Robinson (Cons., Essex  West).  For  Young People and Adults.  1. How waa the world prepared  for tbe coming of Jesus?  2. What traits in the character  and preaching of John the Baptist  suggest tbe Old Testament ��������� rather  than the new?  3. In what respects was John the  Baptist a great naan? What was bis  message?  4. What is the lesson for parents  in the account of Jesus' first visit to  Jerusalem. ?  5. At the beginning of His ministry, what conflicting ideals did Jesus  settle, and how?  6. What are some of the standards set by Jesus in His Sermon on  the Mount?  7. Can one live hy the Golden  Rule ?  S. How did Jesus express the evil  of punctiliousness without principle?  9. What is meant by "the stewardship of life," and how did Jesus  teach the lesson?  1Q_ What questions has Jesus  answered, and how do His answers  show His "wisdom?  For Intermediates and Se__Io.r������..  1. Where is Palestine?  2. Locate   the   place  where  Jesus j  was born, the place where He lived j  until   His    baptism,   and   the   place  which was  His headquarters during  His public ministry.  3. How did the Boy Jesus treat  His parents ?  4. What were Jesus' first recorded  words, and what was the occasion  for them?  5. What was the message of John  the Baptist?  G. In what way was Jesus tempted  in the wilderness?  7.    What is the Golden Rule?  S.    What is a parable?  9. By what parable did Jesus teach  the lesson of taking heed how one  hears?  10. How did He teach tbe lesson  that we must share -with those in  need?  A Review Of Important Words  Complete   each   of   the   following,  and tell  the  occasion for its  utterance.  Fourth Best Customer  Canada was Great Britain's fourth  best customer in 1930, having advanced one place from the previous  year, it was announced by the Department of Trade and Commerce  after a report had been received from  the British Board of Trade.  Interior   Decorations   To   Be   Most  Elaborate''������? Any Vessel ___5������ku;  Continued rapid progress is being:  made on the new giant Cunard liner  of 73,000 tons which is at present  under construe tion in the yards of  John Brown & Company, at Cylde-  bank> Scotland.  Details |iave reached the local offices of tlie Cunard Line with reference to a number of the plans for  the interior decoration of the liner  ���������which up to the present Ss without a  name.  Mr. Eric Re ford, vice-president of  the Robert Reford Company, and  general manager of the Cunard Line  in Canada, in discussing some of the  features which will be part of the  new Cunarder, mentioned the fact  thai she will have an exceedingly  beautiful church and that It will be  decorated in accordance with the best  traditions of English ecclesiastical  art.  "The liner itself will have eight  decks above the water line," he said,  "and between the aft and the centre  funnels will be built the largest dining room ever to be placed in an  ocean liner."  "The boat deck itself will be 70  feet above the water line, and the  tops of the funnels, which are forty  feet across, about one hundred and  thirty feet above. The boat deck is  to be about 650 feet long and the  promenade deck 720 feet long."  "I understand that the interior  decoration of the Cunarder has not  been settled, but I am sure that it  will be the most elaborate that has  ever been known on an.ocean liner."  "It is fully expected that the construction of the hull will be well advanced by the spring," said Mr( Re-  ford in closing.  "So you -decided to quit being an  atheist?"  "Yeah, there's no future to it."  The Chinese train cormorants, a  species of bird, to catch fish for  them.  Cold.  Relieved  with Vapors  Snuff Vicks up  nose or melt in  hot water and  inhale vapors  La Grippe and ^Flnf* are Spreading  Flu9* First Appears as a Sore Throat,  Gains Tremendous Headway  in Six. Hours  AN   EFFECTIVE   TREATMENT  DESCRIBED  \1 9^ ^X  m Nearly every case of "Flu" starts with a  simple cold. At first the throat is sore  oiten just a little,hoarse���������soon the infection  goes lower���������then the chest is affected. A safe  plan is to gargle the throat three times daily  with "Nerviline".���������this will keep the throat  free from germs. If there is any sign of  tightness in the chest, rub on Nerviline���������  every drop penetrates deeply���������congestion  will be relieved���������the cold will break up quick-  iy. i_.aaiy a ������ai_ge_roua case of 8<__,lis** can bs  avoided by this simple home treatment.  Experienced mothers know how valuable  Nerviline is for Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat,  and the little ailments that arise in every family.   Nerviline  m most homes is called "Mother's Best Friend."    35c at  all^dealers.  Saskatchewan Poultry Poo!  increase Shown In Volume Of Business Over Previous Tear  An increase of nine per cent, in the  volume of product handled by the  Saskatchewan Poultry Pool, Limited,  for the year ended January 31, 1931,  as compared with the previous year,  was noted in the report of the president, Mrs. Bertha Holmes, submitted  at the recent annual meeting of the  Pool. A considerable increase in  membership was evident, a total of  2,418 new contracts having been received during the twelve months.  British Machines For U.S.  A Brtish firm, the Weliman Smith  Owen Engineering Corporation, Ltd.,  of Victoria Station House, S.W., has  obtained a contract for the delivery  ' of 1,000 tons of machinery to Pitts-  j burgh, Pennsylvania* the heart of the  American steel-producing country. It  will mean the  employment in England, of 600 men for six months. The  3 contract i3 for machinery for the prc~  duction of weldless steel tube.  Worms in children, if they be not  attended to, cause convulsions, and  often death. Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator will protect the children from these distressing afflictions.  CJ   i__-_P    W*mM    **���������������%  Lift off - No Pain /  ������QUfCK.  ,-, If Miry IFF  There is nothing repulsive in Miller's Worm Powders, and they are  as pleasant to take, as sugar, so that  few children will refuse them. In  some cases they cause vomiting  through their action in an unsound  stomach, but this is only a manifestation of their cleansing power, no  indication that they are hurtful. They  can be thoroughly depended upon to  clear worms from the system.  %#BCf���������S  Over f^AffLUON Jars Used Yearly  Everybody's Queer  Call a woman a chick .and she  smiles; call her a hen and she howls.  Call a young woman a witch and she  is pleased; call an old woman, a witch  and she is indignant. Call a girl a  kitten and she likes it; call a woman a cat and she hates you. Women are queer. Call a man. a gay dog  and you flatter him; call him. a pup,  a hound, or a cur, and he tries to  alter the map of your face. He  won't mind being called a bull or a  " bear, yet he resents being called a  calf or cub. Men are queer.  Nitroglycerol may be made to explode by hitting it with a hammer.  uses ?mmm  MEDICINES  ������ *_-,--_ ���������* r_ ���������__,____.i__  . a. __ <a*5<eS y egcLttO-C  Compound, Blood  Medicine and Liver Pills  Birchtown, Quebec���������"1 live 13 miles  from town on a farm, with all my home  duties and churning to attend to.  At the Change of  life, I became nervous and rundown. The Vegetable Compound  helped my whole  Bvstem.My nerves  are better^ my appetite is good and  I am able to do  my work. 1 bave  also taken the  Blood Medicine and tbe liver Pills and  they helped me. I will answer letters  from women asking about your medicines."���������Mas. 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They also  restore the eliminating organs to proper  working order .and so prevent constipations thereby checking the further  formation, of uric acid and other body  poisons which undermine the health.  FREE TRIAL OFFER  it yoK have aever tried Knis-hen.���������try it now  at our exnen_e. We have distributed a. creafr  many special "GIANT" packages wbich make  ������������ easy fer.-yoa lo prove oas ������_&.__. for yourself.  Ask your druggist for the new ���������"GIANT" 75c.  package.  This consists oE our regular _5c. 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 _iot^nt_r__y convinced that  Kruschen docs everything we claim it to ������3o. the  regular bottle is still as good as new. Take tt~  back. Your druggist 33 authorised to return  your 75c immediately and without Question.  Vou hare tried Kruschen free, at our expense.  What could be fairer? Manufactured by  E. Griffiths Hughes, Ltd.. Manchester, Eng.  (Estab. 1756). Importers. McGillivray Bros.,  Ltd.. Toronto.  Hi-i3flB5ffssHsfSeeifn8!EIB3!SS9!ei9niiS8iS!SS  ���������"flf'ST BW    mammWmtJma9ma*nBm  inn uudii  Highway  -BT-  Ca_IRISTTNTIl WETIXNa  PARMENTISR  Copyright 1929 5  mi 9 rii. i.a. tin mi umummmmmmmS  CHAPTER XIE.���������Continued.  **You're an incurable day-dreamer,"  said Hick. "I'm glad you are; but ���������  but somehow X can't just gee- Sirs.  Halliday adopting a child. Sbe's  rather keen on the subject of inheritance, and all that. I. had the,feeling  that day. that she thoughtYJ-cl been  foolish to try to sa,ve-spE^tigag that  was, possibly, not worth saying;. Was  she right, Gay? Tve been wondering  *There J*' broke in Gay indignantly,  "I knew someone had put that idea  into your bead, because such thoughts  aren't really yours. Just get rid of  them, my dear. They don't belong to  you. Why, Nick! even the least of us  has the right to Life���������and how can  you or I, or Mrs. Halliday, know  what that little girl may have to give  ���������That doesn't matter," saw. Wibk,  smiling up at her,"'"so long as you  don't neglect me. I shall continue;to  boss the roost while you keep me in  this chair. I like being spoiled."  "I'm afraid," said Gay,, with a quiet  Httle laugh, "that I like spoiling  you!"  Her eyes met his, and in one glance  swept away the seeds of Angela  Haliiday's careful sowing.  "You're right, of course, dear," he  said quietly. "You always are right,  day. I bciic've you. see mors urns ancl  straight than most.of us; and-yet���������  It's queer, but r felt as you do until  she talked to me about it. Don't stay  too long at that telephone. I want  you."  **You're getting spoiled," she answered, brushing back his hair witb a  tender hand. "I'm neglecting everything."  CHAPTER XIH  The summer was waning, and. after  three,weeks at "The Bird's Nest,"  where he regained the last of his  diminished strength, Nick was back  in the cage.  "Is seems good to have him there,"  said John Maxwell to Mary, at the  close of Nick's first day, "and I believe the boy is happy to be back,  possibly because we were all so glad  "I met Gay down town, too," said  Mary Maxwell. "She looked rested,  and pretty, and wore a smart little  new gown that was tremendously becoming. I was surprised to see it.  Their bills must have been overwhelming these last few months."  "Possibly the dress was a gift."  "From whom? There's not a soul  who'd think of such a thing. The  truth is, Johnny, I've sometimes longed to give her a gown or two myself,  but I thought she might not like it.  She and Janey were always so snuch  together that I've hated to think that  Gay was going without the pretties  a young girl wants���������and she's still a  girl, you know, in spite of her little  family."  "I think you might give her something now and then, Mary. Gay's not  the sort who would take offense.  Can't you pretend you got them for  yourself and they were���������well���������too  small or something ?k"  Mary Maxwell glanced down at her  generous porportions, and smiled at  h__. husband's naive suggestion.  "I fear, my dear, that Gay would  see through a subterfuge like that.  Johnny, do you suppose old Mr. Bart-.  le'tt gives her anything?"  "It wouldn't surprise me; though  clothes are the last item he would  notice."  "I don't know. Those days he was  here with the babies he noticed everything. He's a wonderful old man. I  wish be'd give Gay an allowance."  "Well, I don't." John Maxwell  spoke with decision." "There's nothing better for a man than having- to  scratch gravel to provide for his wife  and children. In my opinion Nick's  marriage has been tbe making of  him. Not that he wasn't all right before; but he needed ballast, and Gay  provides that in just the. right  amount. I shouldn't want Simeon  Bartlett to do too much for them."  "Well," sighed Mary, with a  thought for the days when she ber-  self had longed for the unattainable,  "I suppose you're right, and possibly  Mr. Bartlett agrees with you. I feel  sure, there's nothing he wouldn't do  for them if he thought best."  This was true. It sometimes tore  Simeon's heart "not to lift all Gay's  HiittiiClal burdens. Ciily iiia shrew u  good sense kept him from doing it.  He had, however, taken care of the  bills incurred by Nick's illness, saying when Gay protested, "It's only a  loan, dearie. Better owe me than the  doctor. He needs it mdre?n I do; and  Nick can pay me back any time lt  comes bandy."  "But I've the hundred dollars you  9*  If baby has  m\    m  -_____.     __i    sac    __*������___.    V_A___l--     fWC   l cause for alarm if Castoria is  handy. This pure vegetable preparation brings quick comfort, and cad  never harm.'It is the sensible thing  when children are ailing. Whether if s  the stomach, or the little bowels;  colic or constipation; or diarrhea.  V������_ien tiny tongues are coated, or the  breath is bad. Whenever there's need  of gentle regulation. Children love  the taste of Castoria, and its mildness  makes it safe for frequent use.  And a more liberal dose of Castoria  is always better for growing children  than strong medicine meant only for  adult use.  WjiM^M^^^  after eating  pit*  ���������?"������*> Add  *  ���������nii2.?S������n������������  What many call "Indl^eatlou" J*.  yery often nothing but excess add  ln tho stomach. The stomach nerves  havo ' been over-stimulated, and  food sours. The corrective ia an  alkali, which, neutral, zen ocMta instantly, Tho boot alkali known to  medical Bclonco la PnllHpa' MUlc o������  Magnesia, It haa remained tho  otandasd antl-aold with phyolclnns  in tho BO yoara since Pa invention,  Ono spoonful of thla harmless,  taatolcoa alkali will neutralise in-  ���������tantly many   times an   much   ncld,  (Made In  ������.nd the aymptoma disappear at once.  You will never use crude methods  when onco you^loarn tho efficiency  of this moro pleasant way. A small  bottle Is nU-HcIcnt to show Ita merit.  Bo sure to got genuine Pblliipo'  Milk of Mngnoola prescribed by  physicians for moro than BO yoars  In correcting" excess, acid. bOr a  bottle; any drugstore. Complete  directions for ita many uscn are enclosed with every bottle.  Tho Oonulno Milk of Magnesia. In  always __ liquid--mover a tablet. Look  for tho Phlftlpa' nanio on bottlt**  Canada)  guve me, Uncle Sim. That'll pay  some of it. ������ can't go into debt to  anyone, you know, and spend the  money for silly clothes."  "I ain't askin' you to spend it for  silly clothes, dearie. Clothes ain't silly  if they make a woman look right to  her man. It ain't often I give a present and tell folks just what they goto do with it. That ain't no way to  give; but this is different. Run along  now; and do your shoppin*. If you  don't,'I'll do it for you, and there's  it- knawin* what outrageous flimflams I might buy."  Hence the smart little gown that  had caught Mary Maxwell's approving eye, and which j^jw caugbt Nick's  when- (S^^ippea-^d^lfetbe -bank that  afternoon,  ^/u^m^J^o^ SCOTTIE^  Year, Sir, that bear Just poked his  face., out ���������from aaoKs the bushes and  loofcea at us. We had no gun���������not  even a knife. It was a great brute of  a grizzly, and- with her came a half-  grown cub. Probably you have never  seen a-^grizzly loose ln the mountains.  j.������ you jiaven't, you have no idea how-  big one looks. This one seemed to be  as 3_ig as an elephant, and she looked  as mean as poison. It -was growing  darker every moment and _n tha* ������a--  row valley, shut ��������� in by the mountains,  almost anything might have happened.  Mrs. Grizzly is a bad one to meet at any  time, but when she has a.cub -with her,  she Is: not the company one would choose  to meet in a lonely spot.  Meanwhile   the   old   bear   was   getting  nervous ��������� sort   of  srn_*.sc_     _,fOu__cl     a.  bit ��������� and      then ���������  "WEi-/   She   &.iid    her  cub   started   down  ot look us  over.  Very likely "we  should have shouted and -waved our  arms and yelled  "Shoot! Shoot.!."  but I never saw a  grizzly that one-  .__ t-t     _   --.-,__ could   talk   out  of  anjdea. No siree! We did no such thing  -���������we cut and ran peii melL for the  plane. It waa less than a hundred feet  away but it seemed as if we would  never make it. And all the time the  bear and her cub were ambling briskly toward us. I reached for the pot-  cock of the gas tank, turned It on and  held my helmet under it until It was  full and soused it over the wings and  body of the 'plane. Time and time I  emptied the helmet of gasoline on the  plane ��������� and every time I looked up,  there were those bears coming closer  and closer.  Aa I threw the last helmet of gasoline over the 'plane, I looked up, and  there ��������� just across the "plane ��������� were  the bears.      Believe me. girls and "boys.  those bears -weren't sight-seeing   thev  were out hunting trouble ��������� and that  partacular trouble was us. I tried to  light a match, and did vnn evo. f_���������  to strike a match in a hurry? ~~ *Tbe  first one- didn't light at all���������the second broke���������but the third one lighted.  I_,3\?Id !t tc> tke edge of the wing ���������  and  it   seemed   as   if    it    would    never  catcxL fire. As _t caught the old bear  was scarcely a couple of jumps back  of me. Suddenly the flame flared up.  Scottae and I started to run ��������� to get  away from those bears and the 'plane.  Which I knew would snortly explode.  we had hardly gone a hundred feet,  when Scottie got between my legs.  and down we went in a heap. Scarcely  had we struck the ground when the  flames reached the gas tank, and  WHAM!���������it blew up. For a minute  the air was full of -burning debris.  What a sight!.  ��������� It seemed like as if those bears hadn't  started to run until they heard all that  noise. Then it was a case of every bear  for himself and never mind your neighbor. They fairly flew. The cub's lc<rs  were so close together that they looked  liKe one bi������* bear.  Meanwhife the wreck of the old 'plane  w a.' s - burning  brightly. Scottie  and I hustled  over to the edge  of the wood and  gathered up the  driest wood we  could find.   .  All night long  we kept the Are  burning brightly, for a good  camp fire is  mighty friendly and comfortable on a bleak, chilly  z.iigltt -when you are out hi the open; but  we didn't hear of those bears from the  time the gas tank exploded. Each time  the red. blaze began to die down, Scottie  would whine and pull vmsjjj coat until I  awakened and put on some mora wood.  Probably- Scottie thought he saw  more bears in the black shadows.  CertaEnly he kept watch during the  arst part of the night. Later on he  must have fallen into a deep sleep, for  something began to take place which  might easily have ended all our adventures then and there.  Over at the edge of the clearing a  little crimson tongue of flame gradually  cur_a_<������ up and grew larger���������crept forward and spread more little curling  names like_an advancing army of redcoats. JSut we were sound asieep and saw  nothing of it. Meanwhile the dangerous little flames grew larger and spread  back of us through the woods, threatening to ring us around with a wall of fire.  CTo Be Continued Next Week)  Chocolate Malted Milk  1  The health-giving, delicious drink for children and grownups.     -     -     -     Pound and half pound tins at your grocers  "Where'd  V*i   get.   I_   .. ���������-   *MKI   ^(ACOUVU8  ed" through his little window, for once  unmindful of the fact that Sonny was  begging for admittance. "You look a  peach. I bet you've overdrawn our account���������and I don't care a darn if you  have. If there weren't so many people round here I'd* -V  "No love making allowed in banking hours," came from the next cage,  as Johnny Symmes caught the drift  of Nick's remarks. __How do you  manage to get him going like that  after all these years, Gay?"  Gay laughed.  "The recipe's simple. Get a new  gown and spring it on your man un-  __.....������ _. _��������� <_ .. Jl _-      ���������������V_.-_    X-.l    J..--.X     _.--     ������-.. I.  cApcut.cuij'.   _uu icil maniu jeiuia..  "Nothin* doin'," said Johnny, smiling broadly. "Flora doesn't need any  urging to buy new gowns. Run along.  Gay. We need the services of our paying teller, and he's still spellbound.  Not that I blame him. You look a  regular corker this afternoon."  "Thanks," said Gay.. "You're getting gallant in your old age. I should  never know you for tho boy who used  to pull' my pigtails when the teacher  wasn't looking."  Angela Halliday was still away  from home. Her cruise had ended in  a visit to another friend, and as she  asked no questions, nor suggested  that he join hor, her husband said  nothing about the small guest who  was occupying her room, since It was  the only ono connecting with the  sleeping- porch. James Halliday himself had abandoned hia hot bedroom  in tho ell, and was using the guest  chamber; and his household bad mettled into a routine that: revolved about  the tiny creature who bloaaomed visibly under thoir ionueif cato.  ".You'd think alio waB royalty," aald  Julio, one evening wben sbo ran ovor  to got Qay'a recipe for sponge calte.  "Nothin. s too good for ber accordin'  to Mr, Halliday. You boo tbat lovely  doll ho sent dear to Boston for; and  .    , , 1      ��������� t m ..       **      mi ��������� ttl I, ,* .* tm      W ���������..������������������������-.      __.*_.>- m*i m m ���������  K������MW   iL I*   *������   JM.LCi-���������A   tiivvi   iumv).    (j_ui  I wonder what Mis* Halliday wotild  flay it who could ������ec hor room! It'a a  regular imroory. I Hoe the Mtton on  ber toilet table thla morn.n*. nltt.n'  right beside a jar of imported facial'  cream. As for him���������he just sits there  and worships the little thing. Her  name's Martha. It was l_is mother's  name and that seemed to please him  a lot. It's plain he thinks the world  an' all of her; and she���������well I. ain't  never seen "anything queerer than the  way she takes to him an' his long  face. She won't go to sleep nights  till he's been up and set with her a  while."  "I think it's beautiful," said Gay.  "I hope he'll never send her away."  "You do, do you?" asked Julie.  "Well, I'll tell the world I don't think  Mis" Halliday'd make no suitable  mother. She ain't the kind. Maybe  she'd be willin' to pick out tbe kid's  clothes, but that's as far as she'd go  or jaay name ain't Julia Amanda  Nipps. I hope she'll give us plenty  o' notice when she comes hb_i_.e. It'll,  take some hoppin* to get things back  like they was before. For a lady that  looks like an angel on a Christmas  card, I'll say she makes things fly  wben. they don't suit her. Lordy I 1  wouldn't want to answer for the consequence if she got home unexpected  and found things like they is now."  (To Be Continued.)  The I>aily Bound  Whatever we are, high or lowly,  learned or unlearned, married or  single, in a full house or alone,  charged with many affairs or dwelling in quietness, we have our daily  round of work, our duties of affection,  obedience, love, mercy, industry and  the like; and that which makes one  man to differ from, another is not so  much, what things he does as his  manner of doing them.���������^H. E, Man-  ntag,:    ,  Fa���������   ���������������   g  ���������hub    gam    D  MEAN ?  Don't be helpless when you  suddenly get a headache. Reach  an your pocket for immediate  relief. If you haven't' any  Aspirin with you, get some at  the first drugstore you come to.  Take a table* or two and be  rid ot the pain. Take promptly.  Nothing ia gained by waiting  to sec if the pain will leave of  its own accord* It may grow  worse! Why postpone iclief?  There are many times when  Aspirin tablets will "save thc  day." They will always ease a  throbbing head. Quiet a grumbling tooth. Relieve nagging  Bains of neuralgia or neuritis.  >r check a sudden cold. Even  rheumatism has lost its terrors  for those who have learned to  depend on these tablets.  Gargle with Aspirin tablets  at the first suspicion of sore  throat, andrcduce the infection.  Look for Aspirin on the box-���������  and the word Genuine in red*  Genuine Aspirin tablets do  not depress, the heart.  ���������ij-Wh,  w. n, v. ABaa  |"\     Cj)       amm*        m     g.      ra  93M ^mm B9M YffM Ammm HB _S^^8____.        GBft  r I K S iNI  .'*a.   rMANK-MAnlt ftUMf.  ~  (Mado In Canada), THJ_   UJKJ_;������TU-_.   KKVIJSW  ������>ay  "thank you"  by  telephone  You've received such wonderful gift from friends in a faraway city, and you're trying to  write a letter of thanks. But  it's so difficult to avoid a tone  of stiff formality. How dull  and cold your words look on  paper. If you could only  speak what your're trying to  write, how different it would  be _ How easy it would be to  express your true feelings!  m. *_   i neixs _t> a way  distance telephone.  use the  iong-  The best way to acknowledge  a gift or a courtesy is to respond with a courtesy. Telephone !  Kootenay Telephone Go.  $500 and one thing sure $1000  will not cover damage done to  effected property.  A well known resident of  Wynndel, I hear, is seriously  considering moving the old  schoolhouse to the pole yard for a  morgue, and would like to purchase the ranch behind the pole  yard for a cemetery, so they will  be handy. I feel certain in saying any schoolboy could have  made a better job of placing the  bridge in a better position  A word to the wise: To be  forwarned is to be forearned.  When I go through Wynndel  again, if the new bridge is open  for traffle, I will have a periscope  through the roof of my car. and  it will be the only safe way to  approach the bridge, as the logging road will be graded so low  (because the new bridge is so  low) that one will never see what  is coming before it is too late.  But cheer up. I hear they are to  a local undertaker too.  WISE OWL  LIMITED  ������������ **���������  I HE: UKE.3. BUW !������_-_.������������������������!.  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription:" $2.50 a year in advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON,   B.C., FRIDAY,   MAR. 27  A Presbytery Resolution  __ i  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  Bridge a Death Trap  Editor Review:  Sir.���������Lost, in the vicinity of the  new bridge at Wynndel, a pile of  public money. There were two  surveys for this bridge. One by  a valley surveyor, but that was  too straight, and would not cost  enough money. But the one  used is certainly a lemon.  It is a well built bridge, but  when you say that you have said  all that is good about it. When  finished it will be a death trap at  one approach. I should say the  surveys   must   have   cost   over  Editor Review:  Sir,���������At a meeting of the Kootenay Presbytery held last month  the following resolution was  passed:  Resolved, "That this Presbytery expresses its fullest approval  of the stand taken by the General  Council in its condemnation of  the present government liquor  control system, by its failure to  promote temperance, suppress the  bootlegger and minimize the  traffic.  The Presbytery further expresses disapproval on ethical  and social grounds against the  spending of almost $20,000,000  for liquor beverages during the  past year. We also protest indignantly against our Province  becoming a manufacturing centre  for aicohalic beverages. As a  first step towards reducing consumption, we would urge the  government to close all beer  saloons at the present time.  R. E. CRIBB.  Local Member Speaks  VICTORIA, March 18.-The  government has leaned too far  backwards in its desire for economy, in the opinion of Colonel  Fred Lister, Conservative, Creston. He told the Legislature  Monday that this year was a  poor time to cut public works to  a new minimum when numerous  unemployed would require jobs.  "In these times, with other industries depressed, we must look  more and more to the tourist  business/' Colonel Lister said.  "We can not get tourists without  roads. One of the best things we  can do is to build roads. I fear  minister of finance���������the  he   iS  _*"*_*_. _HE.nL, j  ^iRfiRfr  I minister ���������^ ^n^v..^  oollourl  l_i C^-U'IJVJUIlj'}  j be too economical  being  m  road appropriations this year in  view of the unemployment situation when many men will be  looking for jobs. This would  have beers a good year to carry on  public works quite extensively.3'  Colonel Lister regretted particularly the decision not to complete this year the new trans-  provincial highway route along  Kootenay Lake, needed because  of the impending abandonment of  the old steamboat services.  Instead, he said, the government  intended to carry cars across the  lake on a boat rented from the  Canadian Pacific Railway until  the new road route could be completed later. The decision not to  finish the work this year he regarded as short-sighted as the  road was an integral part of the  transprovincial highway and  would encourage tourists to  journey from the eastern interior  to the coast���������Province.  EPSOM SALT, lb:.... .$ .15  SULPHUR, lb���������.     .20  Gentian, lb.....  75  Nux Vomica, ib      .75  Soda Bicarb, lb  35  Rosin, lb '...   .35  COPPER CARB, lb : 1.25  BEESWAX, ib 80  CYANO GAS? lb 90  PARIS GREEN, lb 60  ARSENATE of LEAD   .60  !^*^^2_c "������_*^kT "5_* ������3z. ^������2r IS"-'?  m.   JK_A   JftCStt.   JEK.JR.  ������<"���������������*���������    ������������������������������������ ��������� ���������  WATER GLASS, 2 lbs   ,40  Kreso Disinfectant, gal. 3.00  Crude Cod Liver Oil,  Best, gal .  1.85  Crude 'CASTOR OIL,  lb  50  BLACK LEAF   "40,/  10 lbs  ~  11.85  Tfm? TWf A T TUT?. TT VTH7!  M.       %^JkW*T** A.*-������.������_.r *mm* -*fcJfc     mm    A_r  *_>y  vuart  75  Grafting Wax, lb  1.00  FOR SALE���������Business lot, 25 x 110  feet, in heart of town���������Canyon street,  next to dentists. Cash or terms, $300.  Chas. Moore, Creston.  N*    KhvtTBfra npiiO & UnnV ������TUBE  ^ TBE  RDXALL STOFtE  pg GEO. H. KELLY  ant  -Ji-Jfe,   .���������������_ _&.  S^\5mi.   .ScSa. _������.   .������_ jekjo.  -_&_0.   JH30. JStSL   Jtt.SH.  S'SB-  !_:_:___:::  :_:_ss__;  -SSsaaaeaHB-SS sssbbs_a_aooaooacoboob _ obbo������booobb_;������bJ3  -Gov-  have  ������-v___  _-_M__U_-flM_rtN-___M-^^  S **r  "~>oad_castirtg j  AN  IMPORTANT   EVENTM  the arrival of Tip Top  Tailors Representative  I ONE DAY ONLY���������MARCH 30th  VICTORIA, March 18-  ernment spokesmen who  taken, credit for . increasing  number of setters in the Creston  colonization area were rebuffed in  the Legislature Monday by CoL  Fred Lister; Conservative member for Creston  He expressed regret at the  admission to Camp Lister of  some of the recent settlers who*  he said, were similar in type to  some who had recently gone into  the Peace River. They had no  money to clear their land or get  ready for production.  "They are broke, and they always will be broke/' he declared.  "There is no work for them. No  settlers at all would be better  than such settlers/' He said they  would always be a charge on or  worry to the government. ���������Sun.  Don't Delay!  Supply  OO A  ^mmmr    m   m  i  WOO  NOW!  Buy your  of  L  __sa_B___  Ask as   for prices on hauling  anything anywhere  ft.        2l  Sole ae;ent for GALT COAL.  e-  bob panagoBna������Ba������������������&��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������!?  -jfc--A---*---A---A-A--A--J*--iA-  ���������  *tl ���������  "*>��������� Aadff. ���������  M_______������_a_________^*Arf_j^_____^������4bWjJMM������A*^k___A*  .__.__..__.______���������  On March 30th, Mr.Wm. Lowden, head office representative of Tip Top Tailors, Limited, and Envoy Extraordinary  from the Chief Designer, wiU be at my store. He will  personally measure every man ordering a suit or top-coat on  that day and be pleased to advise you as to the style you  should wear, and the harmony of fabric, color and pattern  best suited to your particular type.  Your Spring Suit or Topcoat  2UBMKM  T,  Tailored to Your Individual Measure  ��������� !���������  s  i  ������s  i  _  *tf  *  ������_.  *  mt  ft  I  *  S  mm  AW  ft  X  *  0m  ft  mVl&n&6n*Vn,&i**w60*Vim*Vi&  WANTED���������SGO-chicl. brooder, state  price.   John Wittman, Wynndel, B.C.  HOUSE FOR RENT���������3-room house,  on ranch, about a mile from town.  Apply Geo. Murrell," Creston.  RANCH FOR SALE  Good 15 acre property, partly planted  to fruit, south of Goat River on fiats,  B-room house, good barn, packing abed,  and other buildings. Water in both  house and barn, owner must sell on  account of ai������o. Will sell on termB if  desired. ANDREW JOHNSON.Creston.  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &_. Veal  Phone your order and receive our best service.  4  4  4  4  4  4  Nelson Assessment District  It costs but $27 for you to secure, the finest clothing value  in Canada. And you may make your choice from the large  range of exclusive all-wool fabrics in the latest colors and  patterns being featured for the coming season. Everyone  cnows Tip Top value, and, remember, lit and perfect satisfaction are guaranteed.  Take the time to have a real talk with Tip Top's travelling representative-���������he is an expert. You'll find ii liuu. well  spent.    Don't forgot the date March SOfch.  V  Vi  rp������������������|fl������  NOTICE is hereby Riven that nil nmm-  tied tnxeo on land levied under tho "Taxation Act" and all school taxoa levied  under the "Public Schools Act" are due  and payable on April let,' 1981.  All tnxos on income shall be doomed to  be due and payable on the date on which  the notice of assessment thereof is given  to tho taxpayer.  All taxes duo and collectable for the  Nelson AflseBsmont Dintriet are payable  at my oiiice in tho Court-houno, Nelson,.  B.C.  .Thin notification is equivalpnt to a  pomonal demand by mo for. tho payment  of nil taxoa as levied on the asnosamant  rolliu No further notice will bo givon  and taxpayers aro requested to sea that  their taxes are promptly paid. ���������  ���������  Tinted at -������yel-cm, B.C., March llftli,  1031,  Fl. T.. TTI.DI.EY,  Deputy Collector.  4  ������  4  '4  4  .  I  4  I  4  4  4  TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brands HAMS BACON and LARD  GLEN DALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BURNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  4  4  4  4  NS& COMPANY, Ltd  I  mMmnm������m>mmmmMmm>*Mfm*mmm+^^  Thrift  spending  less  than  consists   in  you earn.  I������ by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment.  Wc pay.interest'on Savings bal-  * ances  and  shall  welcome your  account. aa  ������������������.���������...������������ m*m**fiJQ!VM������!8IMJV>  tfirTOriSP    jTH A fmSf a TVff A TWT   T> A TWIT/"  '_rvi_7 MTmmf~xim m"h jt"___."_n_f"vi__.  OF COMMERCE  Capital raid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  * It. J. Forbear Manager  Creaton Branch  PE'aHited Butter Wraps at Review Office THJEJ   L'JtfiJKS'i'Uja   __������!_. ������_____ V?  c-  '/  Now is the time to place  your orders for  mm  GOLF COURSE "OPENS TO-NIGHT  in Creston View auto tourist park.  Cash  prizes and ������������������m������i������i1  _~5+������s__ *._- _.!___;-_*���������__*- ������__  Saturday.  once over.  r_ _.������->*-  or c_-_������������r������n on  .Hiss giving;  us   the  and  V  WFtoW  ON HAND  at  Book's  Greenhouse  CRESTON  Local and Personal  The price of gasoline took a  35 cents this -week at the  Garage.  Place your orders  for  Easter  and     cut    flowers    early,   at  Greenhouse.  drop to  Premier  plants  Cook's  PIGS FOR SALE���������Young pigs, ready  March 27th, SS eaeh_ Bert Yerbury,  Camp Lister.  FOR SALE���������Britiah Sovereign Strawberry plants, $5 per 1000. Monrad  Wigen, Wynnd-i.  Miss Ena Christie was a weekend  visitor with friends at Cranbrook, returned on Monday.  Col. Mallandaine is a business visitor  at Nelson and Bonnington this week,  leaving on Wednesday.  The B.C. legislature has appropriated  $64,000 for road maintenance and repairs in the Creston riding for 1931.  COW FOR SALE���������Milch cow, half-  bred Jersey, 4 years old^second calf, will  freshen  M'w** 1       A. KT  May l-  Cculing, Creston  Rev. P. McNabb was. a weekend  visitor at Kimberley, where he took the  Presbyterian Church services on Sunday.  years old,  FOR SALE���������Bay mare, 7  about    900   lbs.   Some   bar  "low.     G.   McWS-Iisms  Creston-Erickson.  \J_JLU_al.   ������_ -  iaiivu/,  The Ladies*,  Aid  of   Trinity United  Church  announce    their  usual Easter  sale  for  Saturday,   April  4th, in  the  church basement 3 to 5.30 p.m. Afternoon tea served.  The bans fish!!'*' season was. evened en  Sunday when a couple of local anglers  got 17 beauties in the back bend of the  Kootenay. For 1931 the day's catch  has been limited to 20.  A very fine sample of otter skin is on  display at Vic. Mawson's store. It was  taken by Melt Beam at Cannon Creek,  near Kootenay Landing, and measures  66 inches from tip to tip  C.P.R. section crewa were recruited up  to full strength of five men and foreman  commencing on Monday. Since November the crews have been aa smaii as one  man three days a week.  Mr. and Mrs. T. fwlawson are  Kimberley visitors, having been called  to that town at the end of the week due  the critical illness of their son, I_en, who  is laid up with pneumonia.  Now that the ranchers at Boswell are  entirely dependent on road travel to do  their marketing and shopping Creston  garages are finding quite a good market  for used autos in that section.  Engineer Brown of Bonnington, and  his crew of four men, who have been on  the Goat River canyon survey work for  the past five weeks, completed the work  on Monday, and have returned.  Mrs. .J. E. Hayden, who has spent  the past three-months at Seattle, and on  a short visit at San Francisco and Portland, arrived home at the end of the  week, much improved in health.  Al. Fredericks' orchestra has been  booked for the Legion Easter Monday  dance at the Recreation hall at Wynndel  on April 6th, witb an admission of $1.50  per couple, which includes supper.  Mr. and Mrs. Middleton have  arrived from Nelson and for the present  are occupying the house en the former  R'������ G. Harris ranch They have  purchased land in the Arrow Creek  district.   .  Mrs. Murray who has had charge of  the Peter Pan eafe since its opening in  the Lamont office last December, has  disposed of the business to Mrs Bestwick  of West Creston, who took charge on  Monday. -''���������>-'  Sale of home sewing, wash dresses,  children's and infants' wear. Latest  styles and low. prices as I am leaving  Creston. Sale at shop back of nostoffice  Saturday, March 28t������-j one 6zy only.  Miss M. Hills.    .  They are putting out Cuthberts, but  state canes are hard to get. the dry  season of 1880 preventing the usual  healthy growth of the canes.  Miss Norah Miller and Byron Willis  bad charge of the Sunday school last  Sabbath, Rev. P. McNabb being absent  at Kimberley.      ,  Local trappers state  that the white  swan    __s_v_?   returned    and  numerous than ever at the north  the flats area.  i w        uaui ������  enu  of  HOUSE FOR RENT���������3-room bouse,  on ranch, about a mile from town.  Apply Geo. fw'mrmi, Creston.  FOR SALE���������Business lot, 25 x 110  feet, in heart of town���������Canyon street,  next to dentists. Cash or terms, $300.  Chas. Moore, Creston.  Si/f&fjEYG**  MRCH/TEGT  C/?������STOW,      -      __?.������.  JAB. OOMFTOW  AUOTIONEER  Sales conducted in any part  of the District.  PHONE 55F      ORESTON, B.C.  F.  H. JACKSON  ������__lJ____ ESTATE  Listing!, solicited.  CRESTON.    B.C.  if&nyots Gity  The United Church Sunday school  announce an entertainment for Easter  Monday evening, April 6th, at the  Community Hall.  The survey crew that has been at work  along Goat River on the canyon power  development for the past month, finished  their w rk on Sunday.  Quite a few of the ranchers here in the  Water Users District are taking delivery  of irrigation pipe from Erickson this  week, where tbe co-op. has Just taken  delivery of a carload.  Axel Berggren has finished tie cutting  operations at his timber at rock bluff,  but will not start the haul until the  roads are improved in this section.  Grover Kifer of Canal Flats is spending the week at his ranch here looking  after spring work..  Miss Muriel Knott has gone back into  the sheep raising industry, having taken  deleivery of nine animals from Jas.  Jauncey of Wynndel.  A. G. Samuelson has a crew of seven  men at work making cedar posts on the  old Winlaw limit. We hear he has  closed a contract with the C P.R. which  calls for immediate delivery.  Orchardists in this section who shipped  through Creston Co-Operative Fruit  Exchange last year, were at Creston on  Saturday for a special meeting of the  Exchange at which an offer from Scott  Fruit Company was very favorably  considered.  ��������� m* m ilftl i ��������� <Ftl ii if*. ��������� (*j - ^ - -^ - -^"i -  _U_lk*4k___l______-M<B_l  .,_-,__,__ ��������� __.__.__.__. _���������������__.__.  ������_4h*Uftw_4L������i4Ute4lh_������A_������aA_������f4ik������__fel  m������%   8m\  iH   ' ��������� ���������_���������  liASULINb, 33C. gal.  Model T Ford Parts at greatly reduced prices.  Used Dodge 4-cylinder Coupe and two Used  Model A Ford Trucks, all isi Al condition  As a result of selling for cash we find we  can reduce prices on many of our lines.  Call in and see us about getting a Car,  Truck or Tractor for Spring work.  Our Equipment is the best and our  Mechanics know how to use it.  4  4  ������_  m  <  i  m  ���������  4\  P  r-������  EMIER  PALMER   &  GARAGE  MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY 83.-SQ__.P_E  ���������i.y v.|<_glv.v._rt.V-.v.y.<r.^.~v.  -v-v  ���������w.^.m>*v,vmm>,*r,m'wmmim*ymm'*",wmm>mmm  T-rW  Christ Church Woman's Anxiliary  announce a 25c. tea at the Parish Hall,  Saturday, April 11th, 3 to 5.30 p.m., to  which all are invited  FOR SALE���������British Sovereign Strawberry plants. $5.50 per thousand. Cypher's 250-egg incubator and brooder, $20.  Sam Moon, Wynndel.  WANTED���������Man and wife (no children) want work on ranch, used to stock  ana milki g. Enquire at, or write to  Box 27, Review Office.  Flocks of wild geese on. the flats  sloughs and at Kootenay Landing are the  .largest ever seen in this- district, according to oldtime hunters.  The April meeting of the Presbyterian  Ladies' Auxiliary will be held on Thursday afternoon, 2nd, at the home of Mrs.  G. H. Kelly, at 3 o'clock.  C.P R. agent, W. B. Martin^ is on the  sick list and has been off work since  Sunday. Mr. Rometz of Kingsgate is  in charge during his absence.  The vestry of ChriBt Church announce  that Rev. F. V. Harrison of Cranbrook  will be here on Tuesday, April 7th, for  the Ea������ter services.  Rev. G. Stevenson  here on Sunday in  Presbyterian Church  the local pastor, Rev.  E. Whitfield, teller at the Imperial  Bank, left on Friday o:i a visit at his  home in Nelson He has been in Creston  hospital for a few days prior to his departure and the holiday is for the good  of his health.  of Kimberley was  an exchange of  pulpit work  P. McNabb.  with  FOR SALE���������-Horse, about 1400 lbs.,  demo rat, nearly now; 14-inch Oliver  plow: Planet Jr. cultivator, set of single  Welsh harness.   W.G.Greig, Wynndel.  S. A. Speers announces a two day  exhibit and sale of spring and summer  hats for today and tomorrow. No two  alike and all the newest uhadeH and  shapes.  FOR SALE���������No. 2 McCormiclc-  Deoring separator, nearly new. Also  ono 8 x 3}4 McCormicIc-Doering wagon  ?ear,    nearly   now.   V.   M,    Vaaaeur,  Jreaton.  Mrs. J. W. Robinson left on Sunday  for Vancouver, where she ih attending  tho provincial conference of Women'o  Missionary Societies of tho Uulted  Church.  Mra. J. F. Warren and baby daughter  returned from Spokane nt the end of tho  week, nnd aro guests at the homo of tho  former'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.  Archibald.  J. F. Coates of Nelson, who is electrical inspector for Creston village, was  here at the end of tbe week on an official  visit. Mrs. Coates accompanied him,  and they were guests of Mr. and Mrs.  Crosby, Victoria Avenue.  Friday next is Good Friday," a statutory holiday, when all places of  business i town will be closed.  The government at Victoria has also  proclaimed, . Saturday, April 4th, a  holiday for civil servants.  A checkup of voters lists shows that  at Creston poll the list used at the fed  eral election last July has at least 150  nameB that aro not on the provincial list  which is now being revised, with April  4th as the last day for taking nameB.  Everyone will be out on Saturday  afternoon to view the birdhouses at the  children's fair under Women's Institute  auspices in Trinity United Church hall.  The admission is free and there will be  afttmoon tea nnd sale af home cooking.  The first hummingbirds of  were seen in the Lister area  afternoon last.   -  the season  on Friday  rvf*������.������  ci OreSbGn  ANoo Sidling  Mrs. Geo. Bourne and daughter, Jfenn  left on Monday on n visit with frionda in  Fernie.  Spring "ploughing ia in full swing in  this section. I-I. Tooze, who is back  again on the former Norris & Wood  (Staco Smith) ranch, bolng^the hirst to  commence.  Roy Dickson and Algot Anderson  opened tho bass fishing Boason in the  back bend of tho Kootenay on Sunday,  nnd brought home about twenty very  line samplos.  Ron. Smith has just commenced clearing nn additional four acres on hip ranch  hero.  Considerable raspberry planting is  boing done horo thlo spring, It, Stewart  & Son, John Kelly, Frank Simistor and  ,T. W, T."l������*k'p nil  Tvnl������ij.r h'"y  !n   <hf" 1'".  Rev. R-. E,  here for the usual United Church service  at the schoolhouse on ^Sunday.  Rev. C Baase of Creston was here for  Lutheran Church service in the school  house on Sunday afternoon.  The 14 German residents, who have  been working at Washout Creek for the  past two weeks, arrived home on Sunday  to stay, but five others have gone to  Washout and expect to remain until the  end of the month. ....  Wm. Vallenerhaus, who has been  living here for some time past, has pur  chased the former Head ranch, which  Adolf. Sommerfie.d vacated a couple of  months ago, when he moved onto a place  near Creston.  A. Samuelson is busy on the truck  haul of fence posts from the old Sayward  limit, where A. G. Samuelson has a crew  at work taking out about 35,000 for  which he has found a buyer.  Seven tables of players were out for  the Community Society court whist at  the schoolhouse on Saturday night, at  which the prize scores were made by  Mrs. R. Stevens and W. P. Edwards.  There was also a few hands at Chinese  bridge at which the winner was Alf.  Letoille, who was awarded a special  prize. The next effort of tho society  will be a dance on April 11th,  RANCH FOR SALE  Good 15 were property, partly planted  to fruit, south of Goat River on flats,  5-room house, good barn, packing shed,  and other buildings. Water in both  house and barn, owner must sell on  account of age. Will sell on terms if  desired. ANDREW JOHNSON.Creston.  J^phody ever regrets  saving money  One dollar per week deposited regularly in your  Savings Account will  amount  en Five years to  Ten      "    "  sn  a  ss  I  S2SO.O0  :   605_00  1,400.00  Any Branch of this JBanlf  would  be   oltiA   to  hsLtfs  your   Savings   Account.  408  Ir Twenty  m  I  111     Vl  HEAD OWCS TORONTO  I Capital and Reserve $15,000,000 j  CKESTO*. BRANCH       .    .      J.'S. W. CLOWES, Manager  Branches at Nelson, Invermere, Cranbrook ancl Fernie  We invite you to inspect 011.1  new stock of  mmmm  mmmm    ' mm  Dross Shoms  which have just arrived t  Newest Shapes,  Nice assortment of sixes.  Prices are ri#ht.  Shcr crd   Harness   P"pn;r-"nT  j<K__.A_^A<.*ft.������-<fri������Aw<fa iAi_fti feiAi Ai_A_ ���������? -A '.ttmm ____1__h_1A1__i.AM_fc1__L.__1   A-A _. __L���������__L__.^_Ln^.r jftMl^ ^j^mijfff- -iiJfnT^MAnr*rii A ��������� +_  Glean-up Time!  Clean up the winter refuse, and Phone 13 to haye  hauled away.    Prompt and courteous service.  JEWELL COAL���������Egg and Lump Sizes  DRY TAMARAC WOOD  it  P,0. BOX 79  ALBERT DAVIES  PHONE 18  4mj*mmm^*^/^m0*}t*fmif0*mfiu^*^  j4_._.__fc .._���������__, ������\. _._#__��������� ___ .__k_,__^,__k.__k-.A -A- ____.-__k___k______.____._.-_____-___h_- ___._.____. ____.___,_ __l . ___l _.____._-__^... ___-,-.___. ���������____.___ -___|.n.___ r A., ^iflh i -frndb-ftdhwA .  The CoBisolidated Mining &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd  TRAIL, Britiah Columbia  MANUFACTURERS OP  ELEPHANT  BRAND  Ghcmical Fertilizers  PRODUCERS & REFINERS  of  TADANAC  Brand.  Electrolytic  Ammonium Phosphate  Sulphate of Ammonia  Triple  Superphosphate  LEAD-ZINC  CADMIUM- BISMUTH  mt r-^y������ m i*~mtf *'^uffrnf t~vm~>~mf< tut u-mmw*m}'Vmrm'mim^4f^,~'*m"m'M^4^**^^*^***^ ^_ ^EtESTQ$;   9m   ������  ra^iisi^sssiSE  ���������^^fr.mg.'^f^rym'.'z; z^ys^h-  S^tf^Bi WSF  To MeaSeia  The daily dash of ENO in a  glass of water every morning is the safest, surest way to  inner cleanliness. And to be inwardly clean is to be healthy.  ENO'S "Fruit Salt" is &  delicious health beverage that  tones and sweetens the entire  system. Fot" constipation, acid  stomach, fatigue and biliousness it is without equal. _  jg^^ But remember, only EMO  H5-fc*_ Can s*ve ^^^ results.  TJL  TJL .    XW   9 _"__���������   *%      1  me vaiue ur caroon  A_ 1931 Seed Time Pro  No Form Of Life Can Exist Without  This Atom  The most wonderful substance La  the world is carbon. Soot, lamp black,  and pencil leads are all forms of carbon���������and so is the diamond. The  carbon atom possesses one remarkable quality. It enables other atoms  to combine into huge groups or families from which all kinds of substances are made. By themselves, the  atoms oxygen, hydrogen, and nitrogen  can produce nothing very startling-,  but add  carbon and  their combina-  4-i._V-C-      T*-l._^.*M _������      _. ___ a _  _..!__ ......       _L  -  ���������__.������   ^vuiuc  auui^iiig,  givmg   riat_   ������,t>  such substances as petrol, oil, medicines, bread, and meat. If it were not  for carbon, life could never have existed upon this or any other world.  All kinds of living things-���������fish, flesh,  fruit, and fowl���������owe their existence  to the carbon atom. No one knows  why this should be so, for the carbon  atom differs from others only in having one electron more or less than  they. But it is quite certain that it  is the foundation-stone of all Life.  em  lit  Seeding time throughout Western. Canada is at hand, and. as the farmer  overhauls his ploughs, harrows, and seeders in preparation for the Spring  work, he naturally is looking fox-ward and planning just what he ought to do  in the light, not only of his own individual circumstances, but -of prevailing  world conditions and prospects.  The prairie farmer is an optimist, as a rule. Indeed, to succeed, he can  .hardly be anything else. Unquestionably, however, there is less optimism  prevalent as the season of 1931 opens than is usually the case throughout  this western country, and many farmers are tn somewhat of a quandary in  reaching a decision just what is best for them, to do this year.  Most of them have been growers of wheat. It has been their major  a.rtle_e of production. Upon it they have depended for success. Sut for the  past year and a half wheat has been a drug on the world's markets. The  selling price has fallen well below the cost of production. There is a large  surplus stock on hand in various countries. What, then, is the prospect for  disposing of a new crop of wheat at profitable prices in 1931 ? Yet the vast  majority of prairie farmers cannot turn from wheat growing to something  else in one short season, even if it was advisable to do so.  Under these circumstances should the farmer proceed to seed the average number of acres he has been seeding in years past? If he does and all.the  great wheat growing countries, as well as Canada, harvest an average normal crop, "will the price obtainable for the wheat yield him a profit, or will it  again fail to cover the costs of production and leave him in a worse position  than if he had grown no wheat?  Inasmuch as the farmer cannot rest from growing something..���������his livelihood depends on his production.���������and as the prevailing prices for coarse  grains also are less than production costs, the farmer is confronted ���������with a  real problem, and one he must decide for himself. Another crop failure, or  partial failure, would be a disaster. Equally, a large crop throughout the  world would mean loss to the producer. It is a gamT-le either -way. If the  Western Canada wheat grower could be assured of a good crop, while helow  average crops were the rule in other great wheat producing countries, his  course would be clear.    But as to this no man can foretell.  Possibly many farmers will consider it wise to merely seed sufficient  acreage to provide him with a livelihood if all goes well, and devote his time  to the eradication of weeds and the more thorough cultivation of his land in  preparation for future operations, coupled with the plantmg and expert care  of a garden sufficient to supply the needs of his own family during the summer and next winter.  A goodly number of farmers will have to look to the Government to supply them with seed; many others will not be able this year to buy registered  seed, but whatever acreage is sown, be it large or small, should be seeded  with good, clean seed, the bsst it is possible to obtain under the circumstances.  Generally speaking-, too, farmers wiil have to keep down all overhead  expenses. Last year's plough, harrow and seed drill will have to do service  another year. Therefore, care'ul overhauling of all present equipment will  .undoubtedly be one of the outstanding activities on farms at this time. _ The  farmer and his family may have to work even harder than usual and possi-  ��������� bly get along with one hired man where formerly two were employed, even  though this may operate to continue or temporarily intensify the existing  unemployment.  In a word, everybody must face and adapt themselves to the hard, unpleasant facts of the existing situation. Present problems cannot be solved  and difficulties removed solely by Governmental action, the extension of credits, or any other external agency or aclton. These may help, but at best,  they are only temporary palliatives. Each individual must, in the final  analysis, face his own problem, decide upon his .own line of operations this  Spring, work out the basic needs essential to his own salvation.  This article is not a preachment at farmers; it is not an attempt to  advise farmers, for if there is one individual for whom the writer has a contempt it is the arm-chair critic, the arm-chair farmer. The existing situation, as the writer sees it, Io that each and every man must exercise his own  best judgement in the light of his own particular circumstances, and proceecj  With all the ability and energy of which he is capable to worlc out tho solution of his own problems, and thereby make his contribution towards finding  a solution for the problems of all others and the country aa a whole.  wWsnjrm.    A'_ MSaHEB.  For Upset Stomach  For after-eaUns distress, gjas. sourness  and bloating, the Quick and positive nea-  tn_-.z_t._r action ol JBisurated Mapmesla  has proved to ho just right! Relief,  certain and gratifying. aLmost Instantly  follows the very first dose���������and a few  cents worth obtainable from any sood  druggist, lasts for a long time.  German Invents New Mirror  A non-breakable mirror of wood  has. been invented by a German  scientist. The wood is soaked in a  caustic alkali after which it is put  through a process of Immersion into  metals and chemicals. The wood  then is dried and rubbed with a  smooth piece of lead, tin or zinc, until  it is brilliantly polished.  Kothing As Good STor Asthma.  Asthma remedies come and go but  every year the sales of the original  Dr. J. E>. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy  grow greater, and greater. No further evidence could be asked of its  remarkable merit. It relieves. It is  always of the same unvarying quality  which the suflerer from asthma  learns to know. Do not suffer another  attack, cut get this splendid remedy  todav.  Gror. ih Off Canadian. Newspapers  The    first    issue    of    the    Halifax  Gazette, Canada's first 'newspaper,  was printed on a half sheet of foolscap. Some of the Saturday and  weekly editions of present-day Canadian newspapers require 60 to 100  pages, 8 columns wid& and 28 inches  deep, in which to give the desired information to the people.  Persian Balm���������the one toilet requisite for the dainty woman. Delightful to use. I_eaves no stickiness.  Swiftly absorbed by the tissues. Delicately fragrant. Imparts a velvety  loveliness to the complexion. Tones  up the skin. Soothes and banishes all  lim>^AftOn M ������������������ m+ry'** ry>m**v*4mr*Pi' ������r*mm /i1.i.Am_ii)  caused by wind and other weather  conditions. Make hands soft and  white. Creates an elusive, essentially  feminine charm. Persian Balm is indispensable to women of refinement.  I  The average American eats about  18 pounds of -omatoos of the bottled  The    Hawaiian    Islands   are    the  jpeaks of mountains   rising   from   a j  plateau thousands of feet below the  and canned varieties in the course of  ocean level. a year.  Gossip   is   the  falsehood,  mother-in-law   of  According to Einstein's theory of  relativity, light has weight.  Siifff&rngl 'Fmgti 'll������*5ffr TVariiMm  11 urtunufiil  llecame   Weak   and   Run   Down  Mra. Wm. Dlottc, Glonanndfleld, Ont.,  writes -.���������"For a long period I suffered from  heart troublo, and became very weak and ram  down. I tried various remedies, but thoy did  mo no good. Ono day I mot a frlond nnd told  hor of my troublo. Sho said sho had had heart  troublo for two years too, but after using Mll-  Trorn'a Heart and Nerve P-Ilu lor u yhot-L Lime  sho had boon relieved of hor trouble, m I got  two boxes and after taking them I waa again  fooling Jlno, and nlwayti recommend H. & N,  _,,.���������.. . Pills to anyone complaining of heart troublo."  -. 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White Hunters Protest  I     The Indians' right to trap beaver is  contested   by  the, white  hunters  o?  i Fort Smith, in the northern part of  Alberta.    At a protest meeting, held  recently, a number of the white trap-  ! pers declared it was unfair to deny  ! the white man the privilege of trap-  I ping the  beaver,  while Indians and  ! half-breeds  were  allowed   15  beaver  i  ' each season.  : ������������������- ��������� ~_S - ���������--���������-  tVouM Say Plenty  I_emuel���������What   would   your    wife  say if you bought a new car?  Samuel���������I_ook out for that traffic  light! Be careful now! Don't hit that  truck! Why don't you watch where  you're going! Will you never learn?  And a lot more like that.  NEURALGIA  A koocE application a of Mia-  ard's, according to directions,  just "facts she spot". Y������a'3_  find thmt yoa  2,    get wonderful relief I  _rf������____e_  :Yrf-.������. vY>��������� --.': JY: ���������._..'. 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Canada'tt Highways  Tho total highway mileage of all  classes of bond open tot traffic in the  Dominion of Canada at the end of  1920 (latest official figures)! amounted to 300,060, which was an Increase  of 8,083 miles during the'" year,  The safoty-pin i������ said to have  boon used by tho Romans and early  Egyptians, and differed little from  thonc In use today.  W.   N.   XJ.   1882  Wcnlem Representatives:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO** .REGINA, SASK* ���������ft  THE   BEVIEW*   CRESTON   B*   ft  SENATE HEAKS  WSmnil DD-fl-PD hi  in.i an ���������_-���������   w wm. a __bp������ ���������_��������� ������������������   Ottawa, Ont.���������"J believe Canada  should profit *by the errors made by  other countries/*    Hon.    Gideon    D.  Robertson, Minister of Labor, told the  senate in a reference to Great Britain's unemployed insurance scheme.  Along with many other people,  both In Canada and Great Britain,  Senator Robertson had been pleased  when the scheme first was put in  operation, lie said. I*. soon was evident, however, that it was becoming'  a burden on the country as a whole  and had not removed the basic causes  of widespread unemployment. ,, Canada, he suggested, might profit by  the experiment.  As head of the department that  administered the Dominion's share  in the joint " unemployment "relief  scheme with the" provinces and the  municipalities,. Senator Robertson  said he had received complete cooperation, f rom al! sides.  The scheme had resulted in  569,000,000 being subscribed by the  Dominion, the provinces, municipalities and the two large railway  companies,- tc provide work and  relief.  "The situation has been substantially improved," the minister of  'labor declared. Not only had the  government provided $20,000,000 toward creating employment opportunities, but it had raised the tariff to  stimulate Canadian industry and had  curtailed immigration to the country.  "I am convinced," Senator Robertson proceeded, "that if parliament had not met in September,  and had not taken those steps to  relieve distress, there would have  arisen in Canada a condition very  difficult to control. It is the desire  of this government to give attention to a permanent solution. No  one expected unemployment to be  ended in a day or a week, but this  government is' doing allYwithin j������a  power to reueye^eoa^ioss?'*.;-���������   ^,Y;.  Hon. Robert Forke suggested the  Incorporation, of a scheme whereby  farmers' debts in Western Canada  would be amortized.,-over a 10-year  period. In his 49 years' residence  in the west, he had never seen conditions so acute and he believed  something would have to be done to  relieve the financial burdens of the  farmers if they were to continue producing. For the first time, Mr.  Forke had seen indications in the  west of a lack of confidence in tha  future.  Senator Forke believed too much  money had been loaned by the  banks at too high a rate of interest  and that mortgage companies were  threatened with a loss of part of  their equity in lands. A 10-year  amortization scheme might, be the  means of solving this angle of the  west's predicament.  Wheat growing was the only possible crop In some portions of the  west, the former minister of immigration proceeded. He asked if  times were hard in 1930, with wheat  at an average price of 92 cents a  bushel, what would they be in 1931  with 60-cent wheat? Senator Forke  believed in the small-unit farm with  diversified production, but ho did  not think this would materialize to  any extent for somo years.  Secession sentiment was not increasing in popularity in tho west,  Senator Forke declared. Expressions made in tlie past few months  would not be taken seriously by  other parts of thc country, he said,  but at the same time thoy could not  be dismissed without consideration  bocauso thoy emanated from distress  unci din content,  No Cattle For Export  If Canadians Consume Same Amount  Of Meat As Last Year  Winnipeg, Man.���������Canada will have  no exportable surplus of cattle this  year if Canadians consume the same  amount of meat as last year, declared  Roderick MacLeay, rancher of High  River, Alberta. Mr. MacLeay arrived  from Ottawa, where he conferred  with Hon. Robert Weir, Minister of  Agriculture.  Ik Ottawa Mr. MscLefiy; with  George Ross, of Lethbridge, Alberta,  represented tbe recently-formed  council of Western Beef Producers  at a conference with the Minister of  Agriculture regarding cattle export  situation,  Mr. MacLeay emphasized that the  Canadian cattle industry was on a  "decidedly home consumption basis."  He deprecates reports of a "glut" on  the export market for Canadian cattle." He pointed out that on January  1, 1931, there, were 11,546,000 pounds  of dressed beef in cold storage in  the Dominion,-as compared with 23,-  00y,000 on the- same date last year.  The five-year average, he added, was  22,570,207 pounds.  MAT   RECEIVE   APPOINTMENT  uon. capt. .a., -_.asce_._es, who, according to reports in one quarter, may  be the secretary of Lord Bessborough,  Canada's new Governor-General. ���������  Photo by Pearl Freeman, Lond.  fit Interests Of Science  As  Will Use Canadian  Coal When Possible  No Expansion Of  Air Service Expected  Appropriation Compared With  Former    Years   Ltkeiy   To  Hold   Tfeeir   Own  Ottawa, Ont.���������No expansion in the  air services of Canada is contemplated for the present year and it wiii  likely be found, when the air estimates are tabled, .that appropriations  for this purpose will do little more  than. hold their own in comparison  with former years, it was stated here.  Steady increase in the air vote has  been an annual feature for several  years past. Rigid economy is now demanded of those who u_rect Canada's  air operations, however, and no appropriation will be set aside for expansion of existing services.  At the same time it is not contemplated that any reduction of the  existing duties performed by the  Royal Canadian, Air Force will ensue,  or that ~the?-pi������gsept -air "mail services  will Toe curtailed,-\ ]  Canadian   Doctor   Faces   Death  -Result Off Experiment.?  London, Ont.���������Dr. Wray Lloyd,  graduate of University of Western  Ontario, and one of the most promising of the young scientists working  under the wing of the Rockefeller  Institute, is facing death, for the  -second time as a result of experiments.  Dr. Lloyd contracted yellow fever  from monkeys with which he was  working in his New York laboratory.  His condition is not regarded as  critical, but doctors point out that the  tropical disease Is always dangerous.  In 1928, while studying the heart  tario Medical school, Dr. Lloyd created quite a sensation when he announced that by using calcium chloride as a stimulant he had caused  hearts taken from dead rabbits to  resume beating.  Desiring to find out the effect of  the drug on the human heart, Dr.  Lloyd had his assistant inject a small  quantity into his arin. The young  doctor became suddenly ���������unconscious  and death was close before he revived.  Chiefs     Of     Both     Railways     Give  Promise    To    Nova    Scotia '   j ��������������������������������� n , _��������� _��������� i i ��������� ��������� ___________���������_���������������������������^���������  ,������_-������ r^BeaS? rS'T* Broadcast Arrival  C.P.R.,  and  Sir Henry Thornton, of  the Canadian National, expressed the  Of Governor-Genera]  desire of their systems to use Cana- Y- ^ _.    ������*.._,��������� ,������,.���������  ~ *_,_    ���������������_  ���������      . .____,���������___      -i C.N.R.   Chain  Will  Carry  235s Firs  dian   coal  wherever  possible  during ��������������� -    ._, _. _   .       *  _.'"-,.���������      .fl  ~. ������    _, Speech As Far As Vancouver  a conference here with Nova Scotia!  tiSTS POLICY  OF AI __Af?N_7<K  "      Vfl njLSWS   *\mSmi*J*m9  London, England*���������United States  policy of aloofness from purely European armament problems has. been  adhered to in a. decision made public  at the c^nclusioii of two days cf ccn=  versations between Rt. Hon. Arthur  Henderson, British foreign minister; Rt. Hon. A. V. Alexander, first  Lord of Admiralty; U. S. Senator  Dwight W. Morrow; and Ambassador Charles G. Dawes.  It was declared that the United  States would not participate in any  way in the drafting of the new Anglo-  French-Italian naval agreement. at  the foreign office. While the  United States will not participate in  framing of the pact, official U.S.  opinion, echoed here, was that the  tripartite agreement is -an important  and successful move toward settlement of European armament problems.  : The only concern of the United  States, it was said, is in regard to  the world naval situation and the  [relation of the new accord to such  existing naval . agreements as the  Washington Treaty and the Pact  of London.  It was learned on high authority  wvinninoo1  ThA       f^atr*** Jmmmamm  I  ussarniajQueui.  r^w^y^cioj^f s.ti**r������s *ffid. Hon- Vt7<?siev Cor-   ^^.i *.*       -���������������������>..������  . _������* __          Amend Criminal Code  First  Reading   Is   Given   To   Bill   In  House Of Commons  Ottawa, Ont.���������The House of Common gave first reading to a bill  amending the criminal code. The  measure which was introduced by  Armand Lavergne (Cons., Mont-  magny), provides:  1. In jury trials, defence counsel  would address the jury after crown  counsel had been heard in place of  before crown counsel.  2. That judges should address the  jury on questions of law only and not  on fact,  3. That in Quebec province, presiding judge at such trials shall be  a judge of the court of sessions of  the peace.  _.-���������__-.._ _._���������������. _.-. . i wmwniu  iva.ii ways  ii&uiO  system __as j  don, Minister of Mines and Immigra- ^ been    officia!!y auttlori2ed to broad. I  tl0���������.* . . __ _._._._._.' cast>  over a coast-to-ooast network,  The  minister  announced  that, the   ths arrival   of   ^   EarI   OE-   Bess.  facts as submitted by the fuel repre-' borough> gOVernor.general designate,  sentatxves would be closely studied and Mg weicome io Canada by the  by the fuel board and himself and ��������� prime minister. The new ^overnor.  as far as feasible their request for  general   and   his   famil     M   reach  the use of Nova Scotia coal farther'-   west than the railways are now consuming it would be followed.  CA.JICI13        V  ! view the tripartite agreement as sup-  Former Manitoba  ���������iff _*���������_.!. ;������..--  l-iCIHSUCI  T\____J  JLFGiLl!  Fred  Resigned  From  ?_, ���������..  JV     Dixon  Legislature     In     1923  ���������Winnipeg, Man.T^Fred J. Dixon, 50,  former member of the Manitoba legislature and for many years prominent  in Labor affairs throughout the Dominion, died March 18, at his home  here.  Mr. Dixon, who had been ih ill-  health for many years, resigned from  the legislature in 1923. He was first  elected in 1914 as a Liberal, but later  became a representative of Labor,  sitting as a member for Winnipeg.  i Halifax, Saturday, April 4, at 7 a.m.,  M.S.T. The addresses of welcome  and Lord Bessborough. s first speech  in the Dominion will be carried on a  chain that will stretch as far west  as Vancouver, according to 3@. A.  Weir, director of radio for the Canadian National system.  Duty On Fuel OH  Ottawa, Ont.���������An adequate duty  on foreign fuel oil competing in the  fuel market of British Columbia, was  asked by a deputation from Vancouver Island, which waited on Premier  R. B. Bennett. The prime minister  gave a very sympathetic hearing to  the representations of the delegation  and promised the matter would receive full consideration by his government before the close of the session. *>  plementing the London treaty of  1930 without conflicting with that  pact or calling for any changes in it.  It is now believed the Japanese government will also decide not to be  represented.  Washington, D.C. ��������� Secretary of  State Stimson received assurances  from Ambassador Charles G. Dawes,  in London, England, that satisfactory  progress was being made in Europe  toward completing the Franco-  Italian naval accord. The secretary  said it appeared that U.S. participation ch a committee to draft the  Franco-Italian settlement would be  necessary.  It was considered possible that the  final draft,might.necessitate only the  signatures of France and Italy. The  question of British signatures is still  one for determination.  Cities Linked by Air  Wreck Of Norwegian V������nh������_1  Copenhagen. ��������� Three passengers,  one of them a five-year-old girl, and  four members -of tho crow, perished  whon tho Norwegian steamer "Hera"  waa wrecked on the rocks off Hnm-  jnovfoat, Norway, in a violent storm,  Throo of tho crow members wore wo-  >nen stewarclossei.. Fifty-five passon-  jfcoro nnd crew took to tho boats and  vowed to Hanoyaund.  Would Entertain Royalty  King Of Slam To Pass Through  Western Canada  North Portal.���������It is expected that  the border towns of North Portal and  Portal will be honored with, a call  from the King of Slam on April 19,  His Majesty and party will be passing through en route from Vancouver to Washington, D,C, on that date.  A Minot dentist, N. B. Livingstone,  has sent tho distinguished visitor an  invitation to be his guest at a Minnesota Lake resort. Mr. Livingstone  having mot tho then heir to the  throne at that resort En 1922. The  qijjeption as to whore Undo Sam will  give tho customary royal salute is  not decided.  W.   N.    U.    1888  ���������^w"  IFlshlng Boat Case  Ottawa; Ont,���������Secure off the coast  of British. Columbia ol' four foreign  fishing vcssols by the Canadian fisheries patrol, Is the subject of a ease  on which argument was concluded in  appeal before tho Supreme Court of  Gaimua, Judgment waa reserved.  Tho vessols, "Queen: City," "TlUIo"  and "Sunrise," roglstoied In tho Btato"  of Washington, were aoized on June  18, 1930, while tho vessel, "May,"  rogSrifcorod in Alftal.a', waa sciacd n  ifbw days earlier.  To Employ Local Men  Manitoba  Workers To Be Used- On  Construction Work At Churchill  Winnipeg, Man.���������Labor's request  that only Manitoba workers be employed in construction operations at  Fort Churchill, Manitoba's northern  seaport, will be acceded to as far as  possible by the Dominion Government.  The Winnipeg Labor Council recently requested the government to  employ only Manitoba labor at  Fort Churchill and apply the Manitoba fair wage schedule.  Hon. R, J. Manion, Minister. of  Railways, informed the council  that Manitoba ''certainly will get a  large proportion o__ the work." He  added, however, that it was not possible "to give it all to one province  as^ome men liave to be hired from  elsewhere because of special qualifications."  . Ready For Delivery  Ottawa, Ont.���������Delivery of the first  of Canada's new destroyers, H.M.CS.  "Saguenay," will bo made to this  country on or about April 1. A number of tosts have still to be made  but It is expected that a Canadian  crew will be put on board the warship around that date and will  formally pass Into tho hands of the  naval service of this court.  Find Bulncd Temple  Athens.���������Ruins which he bolievca  to bo those of the first Temple of  Eros, Cod of Lovo,. have been found  by Profi Brogndrd, of the American  Archaeological School, on the north*  orn slope of a hill mentioned 1n tho  records of the famous Greek geo*  graphed Apunanlaa.  MenueoTo Aluminum Trade  Tokyo, Japan.���������A menace to Canada's aluminum    trade with   Japan  Inauguration of air service foetwoon Saint John and Halifax, February 28,  when a FalrcliUcl 'j^laae, o������ the Canadian. Airways, leit the former clity for  tho Nova Scotia capital, marked the further extension of air travel In the  Maritime.), In ihe cut Walter Bate, Saint John ouperlnondont, Canadian J looma up in a oahomo that has now  Airways, Is handing the pilot o_ tho 'plane. Captain W. H, Irvlno, a package reached tho formative stage, to sup*  of allk gooda conoigncti by Canadian Pacific Expreoa to a Halifax retail store, ply all of thin country's requirement*  The trip was made .'in an hour and a half, a dlatanco as the c1*ow or an Mr- j of this metal by n plant to be e������ti������b-  plane files, of about 126 mil on. hished In Chokcn (Kk>rca),  *";-. -7TZZi?w;uKi*l*.'i  *******m*mmmmgi  *. _f VWk*W> *������*H^������ If  Ti-jn-vr.i'vrai./i. -<i ���������  *���������..'���������  THE   CRESTON   REVIEW  1 S3������KS&ffifi$_i___  Oldtime Revival Seryices  at the  JFu// Gospel Tabernacle  Tues., Tiiurs., Sat., 7.45 p.m.  SUNDAY, 7.30 p.m.  HG81V6I1  EVANGELIST  RITA ELLIOTT  COME!   If you have a friend, bring one.  If you haven't a friend   come  and find a real one!  Local and Personal  Buy your Easter plants and cut  flowers in Greston. Cook's Greenhouse  can supply you with anything in this  line.   Place your crders early.  H. Harrison, manager of the Fernie  branch of the Scott Fruit Company,  Limited, was a business visitor here at  the weekend, attending the conference  with Creston Co-Operative Fruit  Exchange shippers on Saturday afternoon.  Let us again remind that Saturday,  April 4th, is the last day for taking  names for the 1931 provincial voters  list.   Interested   citizens  should    make  MASSEY-HARRIS  C h DA/1   IMD1 CM_P&STQ  i  MWL*  POWER   SPRAYERS  CALL AND SEE THE NEW  Ut-WfiKAL FUKFUSfc. SKAU1  FOUR- WHEEL DRIVE  CHA  AGENT  MURRELL  CRESTON  --*���������      -^- A-  ____..___��������� .,_^_ A.  -__������-.___-.A-,_fc..A_ ���������_-___��������� ���������_������,,_������.,._*,_*      A   ,_*._*.  *i_(^____B____t^fc__fcj^___������������__fc_______^������____k'^i^-<^^������^^^--^=  *  *  *  i  ���������  *  ���������  a  ���������>.  W  t  w  *  t  t  f  I  THE   KIND   THAT  O ROW  Sure iviicir dailies fixe  eiiruiicu *������������  niefe  a  possibility  summer.  of   an   eleetion   late   this  FOR   SALE���������British  and  Sovereign  Flail is, per  Wash-  the end of the week on a visit to  England, where he will remain for the  present, at least. In addition to the  esteem in which he was held by the  Anglicans he was equally respected by  other denominations and citizens generally, who regret his withdrawal from  church work in Creston.  The special evangelistic services at the  Full Gospel Tabernacle on Tuesday,  Thursday and Saturday evenings are  continuing to draw large audiences. The  oldtime gospel is preached and the old  time hymns are sung.    Sunday evening  __T __.____i.____������__ef        w* **~mA-m.n.T*,*~rM^iM.m  >  4  4  4  I  <  i  *  >  ���������  ���������  >  15 U ____.������-_. or  m-$ * _r**s_j- __ _r*a vr*  We   are   handling the product  of  the most reliable   seed   producers  and our prices are right.  Creston mm  CRESTON  uo-op  Two Stores  _>���������  Suisse.   nO'  ERICKSON  ������������!_:  ���������-_..__���������__.���������__.*���������__.__,..>._-,.--.--,.  .__.__.__.__.-_  Buy goods made in Canads  and keep Canadians busy I  WE ARE OFFERING THE NEW  rarson _������ ceauiy  oifawuerry  1000, $5.50. Asparagus, Mary  ington, 1 year? dozen, 50c; 100, $3.00.  Black Currants, Boskoop Giant, 1 year,  dozen. $2.50. Also Flowering Plants.  TT. F. Rob_o__, Wynndei.  Shipping members of Creston Co-  Operative Fruit Exchange had a  special meeting on Saturday afternoon  at which it was decided to cancel the  Exchange contract with the Associated  Growers and if terms can he agreed upon  to Ipsse the Creston warehouse to Scott  Fruit Company.  The 1931 shipping season for day old  chicks opened on Tuesday when Don.  Bradley of Creston' Poultry Farm, had a  shipment of 400 to a resident of Kimberley. These were Rhode Island Reds.  Mr. Bradley states that the demand for  chicks is quite up to the standard of last  year at this date.'  Just prior to his leaving for England,  Rev.A. Garliek was suitably remembered j  by members and adherents of the local  congregation, who presented him with a  gentleman's dressing case. The presentation was informal and was made by the  wardens and members of the vestry a  few days before his departure.  To-night's attraction is the juvenile  entertainment at Trinity United Church  where the Chinese play "The Stolen  Prince," is being presented, by a well  trained company under the direction of  Mrs. J. W. Craig, along with which will  be vocal numbprs, drills and athletic displays.    The admission is 50 cents.  Miss Patsy Richards, who has had  charge of the Full Gospel Mission since  its opening almost two years ago, has  been forced to give up the work, and  returned to her home in Victoria on  Monday. During her stay she was  highly successful in attracting quite  large audiences and was equally successful in the Sunday School and young  people's work.  L. A. Campbell of Rossland, vice-  president and manager for West Kootenay Power & Lignt-Company, Limited,  was a business visitor here on Thursday  last, looking over the survey operations  at Goat River canyon. On completion  of the survey final plans for the development will be prepared and it is expected  construction will commence just as  quickly as high water in the river will  permit.  Rev. A. Garlick, who has been in  charge of Christ Church, Creston, for the  past three years, and who resigned his  pastoral charge some time ago, left at  GOOD FRIDAY  APRIL 3rd  GRAND THEATRE    q7 on  FRi.-SAr,, "Mar. ������.i~������.Q  BEBSIELOVE  and  CLIFF EDWARDS  in  saw a large gathering. Miss Richards  gave a farewell message, and "Evangelist  Rita Elliott spoke ������n the "Wayside of  Life," bringing to her hearers theinterest  of the Chr.st in the individual. The  Soloists of the evening were Miss Williams and W. J. Truscott.  "The greatest and most giori-  ���������.._   ���������fi   _-l    TV 1 TkJr i  vus ui. ciu  oroauway xyjluhic������=h  Comedies is here in the talk  of the talkies.  It has Fun, Romance, Jazz, and  Pep.   Over a dozen new  Song Hits!  '    COMEDY  BIGGER .AND BETTER  Metrotone   News  __���������__.__, m,._h.  'i^rA-4^-4l.A-^--  TRY 00B SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  SERVICE TO  AIT  CARS  GAS,  OIL and  A n/^i?C!C_r_T?TI?C_  XJLV>V_/__Jk_>k_>>ur__.������.JL  I-llv.  .  REBORING and  VALVE GRINDING  with up-to-date  machinery  Lei us give  your Motor  new life!  Oreston Motors  Canyon Si. &i Barton Ave  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  <  I  4  I  I  ���������4  I  .  I  ���������<  I  4  4  I  4  ~V"'W"������" ������������������������������������������������"���������"  ������V' m<' ������ .   8     rt  Qnrinnr  Upilllg  ens smm  ������  ���������s  on disiay and sale TWO DAYS  FRIDAY    and     SATURDAY  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 2S to SO Cents per Double Rail  Latest Shapes  Newest Shades  No    two   alike  Spp po ^  __���������   ______ _____ _&x_ a--*  A  Dry Goods,Grocer ies.    PHONE 3    Furniture, Hardware  mmmmm*m!mm%miMmmmmwmii  Cream and White  trm    ������������������������  'ceilings  at 30c. per Double Roll  iph ������������������!       grm    ��������� ������������������  New Pastille Ceiling  35c. per Double Roll  CRESTON MERCANTILE  OSWPANY,   LTD.  __ '*_-*-. iimm*i*'-^mmmm^ ' TW-J_������ii~r; .^MBltt^  H H R01   ^H i HH b% {vn   'fljg BB1Q Q*w  PLACE YOUR ORDER  EARLY  Easter Novelties  A very attractive line for  the children in Chocolate  EGGS,    RABBITS  ROOSTERS  POULTRY  mmjtmr*m*m*mm*mmmt4W4$mmmmmm*m*^  Farmers and Ranchers  Spring is at hand and everyone will  the land.     Then you will discover that y<  soon bo busy in orchards and on  .you need some now machinery for  for your farm and orchard work, and in that case do not  forget that wo are  1th any piece of  dealers in the COCKSHXJTT.lino.   We can supply you wit*  machinery from the Tractor to tho ordinary walUlng   Plow.   And wo will  have in Btoclc n full line of Fift-m Machinery, na well aa s amples. before  spring work booins.   Ensy pay man ta can bo arranged to euit your purae.  and all thc other Ear  ConfectionB.  iter  A nice line of Easter Cards  __u_r__iC_^_____r (&  __%!_____? __i ir m7  niioij- d Dflnoiy  CRESTON  Nov; la Slio tiiue to ohlur your now SPKAY UOIi-EKS. Thoy  are made of Heavy Sheet Iron nnd welded throughout. No leaking.  The prlco is specially attractive this year.  As we have enlarged our Shop and installed.the very latest  in Equipment,we can give Prompt Service and Satisfaction.  PLUMBING FIXTURES nnd SUPPLIES aro now lower In  price than for mnny yeora. Now la the time to modernize your  home hy putting I.e. ������ compJefc-;. Hne> of Pltirwb-tis. Comes 3n at.d  talk it over.   We will cheerfully nubmlt prlcea.  Creston Blacksmith, Plumbing &  Heating Company  Brns_K5NBrrmxTi?' ������& rc ________!>  ._.,M...^--_._t.^___--.���������_������.__. ft!..,*.. 4

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