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 wmpm  Provlnoial Library apl 81  ������*>  ���������..  ..,.   .-YJ;:.;.:^  rK^  JESS '   ' j*  UJ^  Vol. XXIII  CitEStO.N, B.C.;  ^__y  APRIL 3,  1931  No. 2  Children Present  "Stolen Prince"  Chinese Play Pleases Audience  ���������Mission Band Girls' Drills  are Applauded���������Gym. Girls'  Exercises Make Great Big Hit  An audience that comfortably filled  Trinity United Church on Friday  evening enjoyed to the full the novel  entertainment provided by the play,  "The Stolen Prince," which was presented in true Chinese costume and  stage methods.  Billy Craig was announcer. The  property man was Arthur Dodd. His  part greatly appealed to the humor of  the crowd and consisted of bringing out  of a large box from time io' time the  - properties, such as a river, a sail, a tub,  a duck, etc., and bis "Quack, Quack"  y?ao t������s soufCw of iriucij amuse   eni.  jBeryl Palmerf as Sing Lo, acted the  part of the negligent royal nurse. Ruby  Palmer, - as Wing Lee, and Biiiy  Kernaghan, as Long Fo, were conspirators who sent the stolen prince on his  stub journey down the Chiang River.  Betty Kernaghan. as La Mo. and Gerald  Phillips/las Ho Lee, were the humble  fisher folk who rescued the stolen prince.  Miss Rogers, added greatly to the  general motif... of the evening. The  committee in charge desire to express  their appreciation of the assistance in  properties on the part of several  merchants in the village.  .���������_.-'  Gmnyon Gity  ���������   i. '������������������':���������        _______  Mr*   and    Mrs.     Jeff.     Knott  Snoqualme,   Wash.,   are   here for  Easter vacation with their parents,  and Mra. ~F. Knott and Mr. and Mrs  Halstead.  of  the  Mr.  . A  Opening? Monday  Ogltfary Pastor So Have Charge  of Dedication ^-Edifice Interior  Attractive ��������� Church  Erection  Moore, Vic. Mawson and Rev. R. E.  Cribb, had quite a delicate task in most  of the classes in awarding the red  tickets, as follows: Class 1, 6 to 8 years  ���������1st, George Cartwright? 2nd. Rert  Macfarland. Class 2: 9 to 12 years���������  1st, Irwin Nickel; 2nd Richard Trevelyan. Class 3, 13 to 15 years���������Robert  Mather, 1st and 2nd. In Class 1  deserved special prize was given  Entirely by Voluntary L^1 J������������������������* ������������. "Sf *  most everyone present-  a well  David  effort   at  attention  Mrs. R. J. Long  Death. Tuesday  Unexoeciediy���������One  of  tuna v_*ame  of Earliest Residents Kootenay  Valley, Arriving with Parents  in 1891���������Funeral Today. .  _       _-���������������-_  Bill  ...  '-' Weir ������ii  ������._)  T_.  ���������������_v_   ...jr ircu auu wvuwjr Kernsghsn,. supported the executioner, Dorothy Palmer,  who were cheated of their prey at the  right moment.  A Chinese orchestra, which upheld the  best traditions of that style of music was  composed of Robert Dickson, Rachel  Morrow. Norman "PJ.^^ aad^^Doris  riendy t_oe y<_ung arttsts in!*3r_ng^3Ca������e  showed real histronie ability. Mrs. W.  J. Craig is ta be congratulated upon the  enthusiasm and smoothness of movement which characterized the acting.  Mr. Larson's girl gym. class acquitted  themse ves so well in their calesthenics  as to call for a very insistent encore on  the part of the audience. Those taking  part in this feature were Olive Connatty,  Nellie Payne, Mollie Moore, Jane Ross,  Phyllis MacDonald, Mary Prentiss,  Ruth Hare������ Irene Bourdon and -Marion  Murray.  The Mission Baby Band gave a pretty  drill with peach blossom wands, and the  Junior Band followed with a scarf drill.  Both of these numbers were well executed and were sponsored by Mrs. F. Bunt  and Mrs. W. , Kernaghan The girls  taking part in the drills were Doris  Hendy, Jean Donaldson, Rachel  Morrow, Eva Phillips, Louise d'Felaise,  Marguerite Grant, Hazel Beam,  Charlotte Wilks, Ethel Morrow, Irene  Pridham, Lorna Donaldson, Jean 'Bunt,  Margaret Cribb and Jessie Beam.  A lovers' duett, rendered by Miss  Violet Morrow, and Miss-Evelyn Rogers,  in Chinese costume, and later a  solo by  Now is the time to place  ���������i your orders for  mm n_i.  and  Pet fum$  utter  There, will be communion service at  tlie United Church on Sunday at 3.30  p.m., and the regular service of praise as  usual at 4 p.m. The pastor will preach  on the subject, "The   Immortal   Law."  Chas. Pipe left a few days ago for  Nelson where he has secured employment and will be remaining for some  time.  The Farmers' Institute April meeting  is called for Saturday night at the hall al  8 o'clock, All members and their  families areinvited as future activities  of the organization are to be planned.  Farmers were out on the. land with the  dies at the first of tne week, which is almost a record for . earliness in this  district. .  The Ladies'Aid of the United Church  are having their usual Easter sale and  cafeteria supper on Monday  and in  the  evening-the Sunday school is putting  a concert at the hall.  Lister  A. Domke, who has been a visitor at  EdmoiituQ, Ai^^^^^e^aat few weeks,,  reio^l������^'__-ster=-on:?_la! **'  E   Stieb   was   a  business   yisitor   at  In e.ison vae nrst oi xne weeic.  m _*������____-- _.* *-.���������j*.���������  all.   V11UU  V__   ������_.ItS5lUIJ  Church service  The Lutheran chapel, newly constructed, will be formally opened for services,  on Monday, April. Sth, at 7.30 p.m.  Everyone is cordially invited to attend  the service. Tha shaker of the evening  will be Rev. C. iThies of Calgary,  secretary for tfie ^.lberta and British  Columbia Board of Home Missions.  A service will be i?sld .in the German  language at four InVvthe afternoon. At  this -ser-ice Rev^ C. C. Janzow of  Nekon, visitor of tihe Kootenay circuit,  will preach the festival sermon  St. Paul's congj^gation is affiliated  with the Missouri Synod and adheres  strictly to the confessional basis of the  historical Lutheran .{Church. Lutheran-  ism isfran^yconsf'-fyative in theology.  It accepts the Bible as God's Inspired  Word and stresses sis the dominant note  in its message the^ Gospel truth that  pardon for sin, salvation and life are the  free gifts of God's mercy, offered to men  in Christ and received by faith in the  divine promises. ��������� i.t believes this  on-]. Gospel to be "thepower of God unto  salvation" and relies upon its simple  presentation to convert the hearts of  men. Its preaching is neither sensational nor shallow, but aims to .give to the  hearers spiritual refreshment and instruction, in he difficult art of applying  the ethics of J^]^^^ every-day living.  the Lutheran services arid get a closer  acquaintance witii Luthe__an teaching  and practise. ���������-  was   rieire  on Sunday  The drawing for the quilt on which  tickets had been sold for some weeks was  in charge of Mrs. Jas. Cook, with David  Macfarland drawing out 298 for the  winner. Mrs. D A. MacDonald. There  was also a drawing on a setting of White  Sussex eggs with Kathleen Joyce drawing the lucky ticket, which was held by  Mrs. E. W. Payne.  _ The tea tables were very prettily decorated with pussy willows and carnations, and done in the institute colors,  with Mrs. Rose, Mrs. Cherrington, Mrs,  E. Johnson, Mrs. R. Stevens. Mm E.  W. Payne, Mrs. F. C Rodgers and  Misses Marguerite Crawford and Beth  Putnam in charge. Mrs. Mallandain?,  Mrs. Hendy and Mrs. Putnam were in  charge of the sale of cooking.  ON HAND  ten. tntm& $M  at'  Cook s Gr@@nhous@  CRESTON  for United  afternoon.  W. E. Rotzoll left a few days ago for  Fife, where he'expects to be employed  on a C.P.R. section crew for the next few  months.  Otto Wolfram'and W. Vollernhaus  have left, for Wy_mdel ,\where they have  leased eleven acres of land from Gus.  Steiner, and propose to crop it all to  potatoes this season.  The small contingenet of Germans  who were given a week's relief work at  Washout Creek, came home on Sunday,  and it is expected the work at that point  will be shut down permanently at April  let.  Commencing at April 1st the position  of Land Settlement Board representative  held for the past ten years by John Bird  has been done away with. The policy  of rigid economy inagurared by the de  partmentat Victoria is responsible for the  action.  Adolf Hoehne, M. Riedlmayer and  Jacob Hormann have taken a lease on  some land owned by Chas. Kirk on the  Reclamation Farm, and are going to crop  it to onlone and fodder corn.  Word reached here a few days ago of  the marriage at Nelsoin toward the end  of March of Miss Ivy, daughter of  George Hurry, to Frank GoldBberry of  Trail, in which town the newlyweds will  reside.  The. next effort of tho Community  Society will bo n dance in tho school-  house on Saturday evening, April 11th.  Another farm property sale waa closed  this week when the Land Settlement  Board disponed of the former Goo. Scott  20������acre place, about opposite to R,  Stevens, to Robert Mors: of South  Slocan, who will be coming hero In the  fall to take possession,, but in at present  haying tho uaunl spring work dono on  the place.  Land owner* in the Waterworks  District have jueit been advised that tho  truBtopB havo decided to make n cut in  the rates charged fqr 1080. Tho domon-  ticratolB cut from $4 t $2 a .month,  an . the flat rate per acre advanced from  $.1.05 to $1.70, o������ a 20-acre place thin  will monn $17 a year lens to pay. The  change will add somewhat to tho load  carried by tho Land Settlement Boavd a������  many of their pla.et'H nro not at piroBont  in a pori.tion to claim tfio rato cut for  domestic use.  Birdhouse Fair  Great Success  Women's Institute Sponsor Exhibition ���������Raffle Quilt, Sale ot  Cooking and Afternoon Tea���������  Afternoon  Intake About   $55  Wynmlel  Percy Cockle was a Nelson visitor last  week. .  Mrs. Grady spent a few days with  Nelson friends the past week.  Mrs. M. Young of Creston spent a few  days with her daughter, Mrs. G.  Rumsey. ���������        V  G. Benedetti, who is attending high  ^K^t^m^G^^nq^^^i^^^^  Easter vacation.  ��������� ���������-cj,*is.jr.  Geo. Leach of Spokane is a Wynndel  visitor thi* weekY  Creston, and District Women's Institute scored a decided success at their  annual birdhouse fair which this year  was for boys exclusively and open to  children attending Alice Siding, Erickson  and Creston schools. It was held in  Trinity United Church hall, and along  with exhibit of bird homes went a sale of  home cooking, a raffle and afternoon tea,  the three latter features accounting for  a cash intake of about $55.  The workmanship on tho birdhouses  was uniformly good and the judges,Chas  .Peter Andestad was combining  business with pleasnre on a visit to  Nelson last week.  The April meeting of the Woman's  Auxiliary will be held at the home of  Mrs. Towson, Wednesday, 8th, ae 2.30  p.m.  * At the United Church service on Sunday morning there will be Holy Communion at 10.30, to be followed hy the  usual praise and worship, at 11. The  sermon topic is "The Immortal Law."  A very lively night waa enjoyed at the  K.K. Klub meeting last week. The  entertainment included a potato race,  three-leg race, thread the needle race and  community singing. During the rendering of Three Blind Mice one of the  rodents entered the circle amid screams  and yells from the ladies, some of whom  made for the benches and chairs. The  mouse was at last rescued by one of the  men. Three directors were chosen to  help with the business of the K.K.K.,  Sam Steenstrup, F. J Hagen and T.  Watson.  In the death of Mrs.<R. J. Long, who  passed away unexpectedly at the  family residence,, Erickson. at an early  hour Tuesday morning, this district has  lost not only a highly, respected citizen,  but also one identified with the very  early history of Creston valley.  Deceased was a daughter of the late Mr.  and Mrs. W. R. Huseroft, who had the  distinction of being the first white couple  td locate with their family in the Kootenay valley, north, of P6_t__i!!. This was  in 1891, when they took up land on the  fiats,-'not'far from the boundary, but  which location they were forced to  vacate with the coming of the usual flood  conditions on the fiats the following  year, when they took up land in the  Husef of i area.  Deceased* was married in 1895 For  about ten years the Longs resided at  Creston, but in 1904 they moved to  Erickson where they started in to develop the Woodbine ranch, which today  is the finest orchard property iri the  whole district.  In addition to her husband she is  survived by one daughter, Mrs. C W.  Allan of Creston; and three sons,  William R. of Erickson; Walter of  Wenatchee, Wash.; and Robert, at  home. Burial - takes place today with  servi e at the home at 2.30 p.m. and  .|_3^e|pp|*^^^ i-y.    -.  ���������rV^^w-2_i'-_th^coi-_-_aa--iiy ��������� and social  Hfei the late * Mrs;. Long also .-very  happily combined industry with a great  love of home and family. As wife and  mother she was an outstanding  character, and in their unexpected and  "heavy bereavement the family have the  sympathy of all.  the  Women's  Saturday.  Institute at. Creston on  GRAND THEATRE  Ffis.oi_T., Apr.  3-4  The British International  Cineradio Revue  H  IB"  Ltinaon uaiiing  Comedy, Music  Singing and  .. Dancing  A Vaudeville- at its; Best  20 Famous Stars of Stage  and Screen.    Something  really   new   in. pictures  you will enjoy.  COMEDY  (tMeet the Boy. Friend "  Metrotone News  &lB*dkm*  A wedding of interest here waa  solemnized at Cranbrook on March 23rd,  when our former townsman, Norman  Backus was united in marriage with  Miss Janet Smith of Vancouver. Rev.  F. V. - Harrison officiated at Christ  Cnurch..  Frank Smith was visiting with frieruds  at Cranbrook fit the weekend.  FOR SALE���������-Mastadon Everbearing  Strawberry plants, $2 per 100 postpaid.  Washington Asparagus roots, 3 years, $3;  2 years, $2; 1 year, $1.60. Regis  Everbearing Raspberry, $8 per 100 f.6.b.  W. Gower, Chase, B.C.  FOR SALE���������British Sovereign and  Parnon'H Beauty Strawberry Plant*., per  1000, $5.60. Asparagus, Mary Washington, 1 year, dozen, 60e.: 100, $3.00.  Black Currants, Boskoop Giant, 1 year,  dozen, $2.5.0. Also Flowering Plants.  H. F. Robson, Wynndel.  Mr. and Mrs. Gillie, Miss Rose  PascuK������o and Mr. Crosby were Porthill  visitors on Saturday. .,  Miss Annie Pascuzzo,,, who attends  high school at Yahk, returned home on  Monday, school being closed on account  of an outbreak of flu.  Mr. and Mrs, Cherbo, who have been  viR.tiniff in Cranbrook, m-rived home on  Friday. *  Mr. Bchan was at Nelson for the  weekend on a visit with hie family.  A. J. Ironside of Cranbrook, assistant  C.P.R, superintendent, was a Sirdar  visitor on Monday.  W. T. Slmlcter ������.! Creator, was a  visitor hero on Saturday.  Mr. Graham of Kuskanook, i_ a  Nelson visitor this week.  Mra. S. 'Bysouth and son returned  home on Thursday, after spending the  pant few months in California on a visit  with rolativon. Mr. Bysouth mot them  ai Bo.i.iwi*. Furry.  Mr.������j. Arthur North, with Mlascs  Margaret and Dainy Roger*., Nettle  McCabe, Franceu and Sylvia Talorlco,  were nt tho hlrrlhminn fnir rondnHwl bv  SECOND ANNUAL  in aid of  CRESTON HIGH  SCHOOL ATHLETICS  M4l  4-1.-,  CUV.  Parish Hail, Greston  Friday, April 10  Cards <������_������ 3 p.r*.*  Admission ��������� . . 50c*  TIHKTOTS NOW ON SALE. TBE   -REVIEW.   CKESTOW.   B.   ������.  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  . APRIL. 5  EASTER -LESSON;  THE RESURRECTION  ext: "_tfow hath Christ  been raised from the dead, tbe first-  fruits of them that are asleep." ���������  1 Corinthians 15.20.  Lesson: 1 Corinthians 15.1-8, 50-58.  Relieved  ��������� Vicks, rubbed on  [v\ or melted in hot  Y waterand inhaled  usually relieves  &W-Bi^   m%M    mmmW  m-������F m WLZ p_L 2������  The Best Of Luck  mm   vQT    _B   9M Ml B_i   ^_W ^^^p. SS   *m Mt mm*m ^Mmmr   mmmm*, ���������___��������� *M    mm)  F������_l S_fT_r   TIIERS  are times  m%. ___���������. 1    when a child is toe  fretful or feverish to  be sung to sleep. There are some  pains a mother cannot pat away. Bui  there's quick comfort in Castorial  For diarrhea, and other infantile  alls, give this pure vegetable preparation. Whenever coated tongues teH  of constipation; whenever there's any  sign of sluggishness. Castoria has a  good taste; children love to take it.  Buy the genuine���������with Chas. H.  Fletcher's signature on wrapper.  ixrnnr riff im!*!?  Explanations and Comments  The Resurrection Of Christ the  Most Vital Of All the 3>octrines Ol  the Christian Faith, verses 1-4.���������Paul  reminds his readers, the Corinthians,  of his teaching during- his work  among them, of the gospel, the good  news, which they heard from him, en  which their faith was grounded, by  which they were saved, that is, "in  the way of salvation, by faith in the  *****mr%Z������Z**r4\      n**/3     v. ^ _s_������      Q������hiaiv*i  3*     A P     tlf*__*V  Xrf* MW1JUV.M       UMVi       l._iUVM       ���������sJbb* m a w *___.���������. 3 .a.j.        ������������������vj  held fast to the word as he had declared it unto them, and had not believed in vain, "without consideration,  and so without stability."     "Unless.  indeed,    your    faith    was    all    haphazard,"    is    Moifatt's     translation.  | Paul's sentences are usually very in-   cruise.  I volvedi the next four verses forms one  [sentence.    First of  alt,  as the most  Hmportant   of   all the   good   tidings  ! which I declared tin to you, he writes,  '������������������ I   told   you  that   which   I   also  had  learned   (probably   from   Peter   and  James, on his visit to Jerusalem recorded in Acts 9.27, 28), that Christ  died to atone for our sins,  in fulfilment of the Scriptures; that He was  buried  and was  raised  on the  third  day.  "O vanquished grave of Jesus wh>ose  chill could work ho change upon  His heart!  O deep, deep grave of Jesus whose  depths   Caii   hide;   &.   "whole   WOe'ld'S  sin!  O  glorious grave of Jesus  through  ���������   _^/VAPORUB  Over t^MfiuoNJAmUs������DY������ARir  Mid-Summer Cruise  All Europe Cruise Ol  the  Cunarder  'Xancastria" Offers Wonderful  Opportunity  An important and unusually interesting mid-summer cruise to all Europe,  sailing in the Cunarder "Lan-  caatria" from New York on June 30th  next, has just been announced by the  Cunard   Line,    and   Frank    Tourist  Company, joint sponsors of this new  American   Soldier  Receives  Fortune  , From Father Of Frenchman H������  Befriended  The best of luck, which, soldiers  used of ten to wish one another in the  Great War, has befallen one of tiie___  who helped another when his luck was  out. The luckless one was a 3_*renc__  poilu who' had been severely wounded in the last great move in i9iB. An  American doughboy brought Mm out  of d__.nger; bandaged him, exchanged  cards with him, and wished him the  best of luck. The American boy never expected to hear from him again.  But he has just received a letter from  Paris to say that the young Frenchman's father has left him $60,000 in  his will. One American, at any rate,  had the best of luck in the war.  ~ HEfll_MQy_CKESTT.K_EKr.OWN f  "Xhadsores oa teg ft. rmoatbs. Other rein-  a  edtes foiled to heal. Then 'Sootha-Salva.'  bentaS lliem in lewdeya." Jules Simard.  "Soo__u_-S*_ff__" heala sores, burns, toils,  rash, eci������o_aiSc__like magic. AUdrusgista.  ______________________���������___-_____  ZimS m������Jm 4g���������,  i   f.-������S-_r_������_t������. Papers f  Cigarette Paoers  Large Double Book  120 Leaves ^ge  rincss  ion Can 5uyr  ^w  -   ^���������"'tsb   ���������  AVOID IMITATIONS   V*       $BBmW������f  i  P  A Hazardous Calling  BRIEFLY TOLD  Hon. Maurice Dupre, solicitor-general for Canada, has been made a Dominion King's Counsel, according to  the Canada Gazette.  Charles Viney Helliwell, soldier under General Wolseley in the first Red  River expedition in   1870,    is    dead, I lee, Matthew 28.16, 17).  the greater  ._._,___* *a *.__,_..._     Tha ���������t.������,n .-.wipr  number of whom are still alive���������and  aged 84  years.    The veteran soldier , can ^^ their direct testimonyj  also participated m-the Feman Raids j ^ you   wish    is   the   inference���������but  \ some are fallen asleep���������(twenty-five  ! years, at least, had passed since the  . .,      .  .      ������.      .       - j resurrection of Christ); then He ap-  a three-quarter mile strip of natural ] peaced to   Jameg    (tlMJ    brotiler    ol  The itinerary of the "AH Europe  cruise reaches from the sunny shores I  of the Mediterranean to the beautiful Sogne Fjord, in far Norway, at  its best and most beautiful at that  time of the year.  Every country in western. Europe  with the exception of land-locked  Switzerland will be visited, by the  "I_ancastria" in the 51-days of her  "All Europe" cruise. Among the  striking points in, the plans for this  cruise are included an excursion to  Rome at no e.e_ra cost, a trip on the  big Cunarder through the Kiel Canal  ^   __. .   . __     which  presents  magnificent scenery  whose gloom lies the pathway to j on every hand, and a call at Copen-  Immorta! Life!" 1 hagen, the attractive and sophisticat  ed capital of Denmark.  Liberal time at many places visited  will permit not only of an unusually  comprehensive programme of shore  excursions without extra cost, but  also a number of inland trips for  those who wish, to amplify or extend  their visit, and will appeal greatly  to the many Canadians who will be  making the cruise.  A   Ust   Of   "Wantea   inventions"    an*  Full I___ormaUon Beat Fros Oa Request.  Tftp &������!__<:__������ 8*A     Sept.      273 BANK ST.  I BIB KMnaAl  m9.    ������9y      OTTAWA. Ont  Trading Sn Ivory  -Ralph Connor.  The Evidence For the Resurrection,  verses 5-8.���������Here- follows the oldest  account of the appearances of the  Risen Christ. He appeared to Peter;  then to the Twelve (Paul keeps the  symbolical number, though Judas  w&s dead and Thomas was not pres-  I ent at the first appearance); then, to  j more than live hundred at once  I (probably on the mountain in  Gali-  Afany  Movie  Actors  _Lose  Lives   In  Making Pictures  Packing thrills and realism into  the movies is fraught with deaths  and accidents often as tragic and  thrilling as the scenes depicted.  During the last five years, fifty-  five actors, extras and studio work- ] at n^y thousands of pounds,  men have lost their lives in making  pictures, and scores of others received permanent or temporary injuries in the effort to provide "hair-  raisers" for movie fans. In addition, the California state industrial-  accident commission paid out $421,-  85(1 to members of the motion-  piciure industry for deaths and accidents arising in the course of employment.  Tons Recently Bought In London,  ___ng!and, At Special Sale  Nearly forty tons of elephant ivory  from Africa and Asia were sold recently at a special sale at Mincing  Lane, London, England. Over seven  hundred elephants contributed to this  collection of tusks, which was valued  The  1 average tusk of an elephant is under  j fifty pounds in weight, and is worth  i about $150. London is recognized as  j the headquarters of the ivory trade,  ; although of late years Antwerp has  ', become an important centre for Afri-  . can ivory. Sales take place in Mine-  | ing Lane quarterly, and hundreds of  j manufacturers gather for it. Sales  also take place in Liverpool.  in 1871.  The Old Clover Point Rifle Range,  Powerful Medicine.���������The healing  properties in six essential oils are  concentrated in every bottle of Dr.  Thomas* Eclectric Oil, forming one  of the most beneficial liniments ever  offered to the use of man. Many can  testify as to its power in allaying  pain, and many more can certify that  they owe their health to it. Its wonderful power is not expressed by the  small price at which it sells.  ULUixig  sea frontage, has been leased to the  city of Victoria for park purposes by  the federal department of national  defence.  Less economy and more spending  were suggested by Rt. Hon. Arthur  Henderson, Foreign Secretary, at a  luncheon In Hull, England, as the best  methods for reviving trade and industry. He declared the world was  suffering from "too much economy."  Mahatma Gandhi has refused to allow his admirers to immortalize him  in stone. He said money which might  be spent in such a statue could far  more appropriately be devoted to  "ameliorating the deplorable condition of the poor."  More than 835,000 automobile accidents occurred in the United States  last year, and they killed 32,500 persons, and injured 962,000, the Travellers' Insurance Company reports,  peaths increased 4.5 per cent, over  1929.  A report upon the ice cream industry in Canada for 1929 shows that  during thirteen years .the production  of this commodity has increased by  179 per cent, and its value by 232 per  .cent,, the amount in 1929 being 9,-  797.--3G gallons, and thc value $13,-  ���������04,709.  Jesus,, Acts' 15,13;   Galaiians   1.19);  then last of all, as to a child untime  ly born,   He   appeared  to   Paul   also  (Acts 9).  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"We were not expecting you," he  explained. Then glancing at the two  figures behind her, "You might, my  dear, introduce me to your friends."  In the tension of the moment Angela had forgotten her guests. Now  she turned to them saying: "I beg  your pardon. Let me present my husband. Jim, these are my friends the  Myers, in whose yacht I had the  pleasure of cruising. They wanted a  taste of rural New England before  going West again; so I brought them  to Bakersville. Who Is that child?  She's certainly no beauty. Send her  home, please; and would you mind  asking Julia to put clean towels in  the "bathrooms? We're about to expire of heat."  Halliday moved forward, little Martha still In his arms, and stretched  out a hand to the Myers, both of  whom were obviously ill at ease.  "I'm sorry," he began, "but I shall  have to ask you to cool off as much  where Cay sat sewing on the porch, j  Had he known all that his face revealed he might have found some  other way; but his voice was steady  and he had not counted on the havoc  that ugly scene had wrought. Martha  stiiL wept, but her sobs grew fainter  as she  saw the-little  boys building  IO-.-.1.    1_,_...~_,~  Miubn.   uuu.o>_>7.'  "Why, what's the matter?" asked  Gay with ready sympathy.  VThefe's been an accident to the  kitten,"- explained Halliday, after  setting his burden, down beside the  boys. "I've come to ask a favor. Mrs_  Hastings. I���������my wife has come  home unexpectedly, bringing guests.  It will be necessary to have the  rooms we have been using. I wonder  if for a time you���������you "  "Of course!" smiled Gay, instantly  grasping his dilemma. "We-'ve plenty  of room in this old house. Send the  nurse over when she returns, and  leave Martha now. I'm glad you asked me, Mr. Halliday."  She stooped, motherwise, dropping  a kiss on Martha's flaxen head.  "Thank you," isaid Mr. Halliday,  wearily, ''Thank you for that, and  ���������everything."  Then he, too, stooped above the  child.  I'm going to leave you here to  La Grippe and 'TW9 are Spreading  "Flu" First Appears as a Sore Tliroat9 hut  Gains Tremendous Headway  iii oi-5.Aj.ours  AN  EFFECTIVE  TREATMENT   .DESCRIBED  as you can down here, until I've had   piay with Nick and Sonny, little girl  time  to   make   some   changes.   Mrs.   m oome back soonY  Halliday didn't warn me of her ar  il  S  ^���������Eiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiimniniiniii  THE DUSTY  fif_fiTffifr a w        1  fuunw-Ai     |  ��������� by ��������� a  CHRISTINE   WHITING f������  PA-_a__E_NTER H  Copyright 1S25 H  fii_.'-!_l_I.EI1_ll.!!.l...nil!IlllIIISIIIUIIlll^  \       CHAPTER XIH.���������Continued.  ��������� Yet that is exactly what happened.  It was the next afternoon that a  taxi stopped before the Halliday door,  end deposited Angela, accompanied  by a rather sporty looking couple,  whose tweeds appeared singularly out  of place in the Bakersville heat. The  nurse had gone out, and Halliday was  in charge of the little patient whom  he had just brought in from, the garden. She was taking a few unsteady  steps, clinging to his hand, when the  ������door opined to disclose Angela, whose  look of blank astonishment - as her  eyes fell upon her husband and the.  little girl, made her words sound  mild.  "Where in. the name of goodness  did that corns from ?"  She made no move to greet Halliday, and the child, attracted by a  beaded bag which swung from Angela's wrist, made a quick rush In her  r  WR  _$*$$_:_:*.  ?!$ ,_  ;B_SSWSS_S  _������(,!. -,J.....V...*|. .'^J���������!.,,..V_,.^...._..Y...  --A^.y-.  ���������--���������I"*-1   ...".'''  ,*������<t������'^������wk^>^wJ_i><i.-W'V^ifV������^cw,^l,'tji'������i  ftl have tised ecvcral bottles  of Lydia E* Pinlcham's Vegetable Compound and find it  helps mc wonderfully, especially before childbirth* I have  five lovely children* After my  last baby came Ihad a miserable pain la my sight tide aa 1  bourne another bottle of the  Compound and I feel fine now.  I work outside during the fruit  season in addition to my  housework."���������Mrs. Clwtrlci  Sllngerland, RK. //,|, St. GtftJi-  eyin&t, Ontario.  rival, and we're a bit up3et because  of this small guest."  Guest!"  Angela faced him, and instinctively the child shrank back, clinging to  her protector with a frightened whimper.  "It's all right. Baby," soothed Hal-  May.    "JDon't be afraid."  He looked steadily at his wife, as  if taking measure of the circumstances. The guard of innocence had  left her eyes, and he made a quick  decision, turning to the Myers, as if  an explanation were due them.  "You see, my wife had the noisfor-  4*������-������������a +**> ������*������������������������ ������*vw_._v*������> ^������������S������. 1*4*^1 a _fw3**1 mvJ41t  biuac      IrVf     4.ULAA     V Y ^*       WUiCV     UUblC     gAi.1      VTAVU  her automobile. She was very badLy  hurt, and is just recovering. As she  had no suitable home I brought her  here to convalesce; but it will be a  simple matter to arrange things if  you'll give me an hour's leeway."  "Look here," protested the gentleman in tweeds, "it's absurd for us to  upset your household. Isn't there a  hotel nearby, or������������������"  "It is more absurd," broke in Angela suddenly, "to have the child here  at all. She's only a State ward, and  not used to such surroundings. We  can easily return her to the woman  she lives with. Come upstairs, Amy"  (speaking to Mrs. Myer). "My room,  at least, will, be undisturbed."  She turned to Halliday, but did not  meet his eyes as she added: "Will  you see -to sending the child back at  once, Jim?"  Little Martha may not have understood what Angela said, but she  sensed trouble and began to cry,  clinging tighter to Haliiday's neck.  "Hush, Martha," he said gently, *1  shan't send you away. Angela, my  dear, if you'll take your friends into  the living room I'll ask Julie to make  you a cold drink; and things will be  straightened out upstairs in no time."  "But my own room," she began irritably, when he interrupted: "Your  room is in use. You may have forgotten .that It's the most comfortable  in the house, and the weather has  been unusually warm. If you had  dropped me a line everything would  have been ready. As lt ls, I fear I  must ask you to b<s patient for an  hour."  Shrugging, Angela led the way into  tho living room followed by her  guests, who exchanged bewildered  glances as Halliday turned about. Ho  had scarcely reached the improvised  nursery, however^ when his wife was  beside him; nnd setting small Martha  on her foot, ho faced the woman's  angry "countenance. I-Ior eyes swept  idiind the room���������past the small white  bod upon tho porch���������back to whore  tho grey kitten slumbered peacefully  on a silicon cushion, and her temper,  already perilously on. edge, gave way.  Lifting the beautiful beaded bag eho  threw it furiously nt the unconscious  bit of furry innocence; while tho little  ������lrl burst into wild weeping at the  animal's squottl of fright nnd pain,  "You's bad!"' she Bobbed, facing  Angola with tear-drenched eyes. "You  Kurted my kitty and he runnod away.  tfou's bad!"  Without a glance nt his wife Halliday lifted tho child gently, carrying  hor downstair/; and aorosi. the garden  Nearly every case of *Tlu" starts with a  simple cold. At first the threat is sore������������������  often just a, little hoarse���������scon, 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  wiil he relieved���������the cold will break up quickly. Many a dangerous case of "Flu" can be  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  in most homes is called "Mother's Best Friend."    E5c at  ���������all dealers.  own���������music, and words, and her love- ! hesitated, flushed and added:  ly way of giving them life. I felt like . may sound foolish, but-  __��������� m     ' ������_ *     '  *_.  __���������     - _���������. _L*_-      __.   1  She lifted a tear-stained face and  would have clung to him had not Gay  called her attention to the tower the  boys were building.  "FH show you how, little Marfa/'  said Sonny with importance.       "I'll  uiaac    c*    Jm\\j mm*jmj     xuva i#    wig    i__.uwu^i-i   &\_ri-  you to live in."  "Go now," Gay whispered, seeing  that the child was occupied; and  Halliday turned away.  T-_T_f������    ���������������������*������**.#���������     tr*-4"4m*m% i***%**4*   4r**t      A -^^.O*_���������_#*   ������**������,������_*^3  mmm.i+    nvui.    k}v&mguu- w   XEUgcio 0   4.WXAA*  She stood almost where he had left  her, and, closing the door, he faced  her sternly.  "Angela," he began, "there are  ������"uests in ths house, and I cannot Say  what I would say otherwise. There  must be no scene; but once before 1  warned you to curb your temper, po  you remember why?"  She shrank from him, but he followed her relentlessly, and though she  tried to look away the cold gleam of  his grey eyes held "her own while one  might have counted ten. Then through  the open window was wafted the sound  ���������._F      f^v.3.-������_,������_       . ��������� -a- ___. J. -. -- _.������__. *i ._._.������_,*������_.__       __-_  ujl    CuituiSu   jwliguiw'��������� uie   >cusiuu   ui  those clashing glances broke, and the  woman regained her poise.  "Aren't you a "trifle melodramatic,  my dear husband,?" she asked, shrugging. "After all, It was only a cat."  -  Halliday turned. .  "Next time it may be a. child," he  replied sternly, and left the room.  "That  a fool when she made" me try that j     Qay paused again, and her husband  duet with her* my dear." ; said- with a tender smile for her fan-  "You needn't   have.     Your   voice  cies:   "Are you implying then,   that  isn't trained like hers," but at least ' my soul is superior   to   my   neigh-  it's���������sincere."  Sincere? What do you mean?"  Gay drew a quick breath.  "You���������you wouldn't understand if  I told you."  "Why not ? Am I really so dense s_s  that?"  "Not in everything, Nick."  "Thanks." Nick laughed, and as  they reached the porch, sat down in  the ha.l__Iu.OCrC &__& ulcw liei: uOWft be-  side him.    "Let's stay here a while  bor's?"  "Yes," answered Gay seriously, "I  am. Oh, Nick, I know you'll think  me silly, but I do wish you'd be careful how you act with Mrs. Halliday.  I don't trust her. Call it jealousy it  you like, but it's not that; it's instinct. There! I wish I hadn't said it,  though it's been on the en<i of my  tongue for   months.   I   knew   you'd  A_bU(^_A.  'T'm not laughing," he-protested,  and enjoy the moonlight.  I don't like  though he was shamelessly and ob  those aspersions on my mentality-  Why should my singing be more sincere than Mrs. Haliiday's?"  Qay was thoughtful for a moment  before she answered: "I can't help  feeling that she's playing a part,  Nick; and somehow I don't care .for  her friends." j  "They're not exactly our sort���������a bit.  blase and world-weary perhaps,  though the woman had one lucid interval when she told me about her  little girl.   They must bore Halliday  CHAPTER XIV.  Angela's guests stayed but a short  time, though, little Martha once disposed of, James Halliday tried his utmost to be agreeable, and moke them  forget the awkward moment of their  arrival. He even suggested a small  dinner to which their next door neighbors were invited, and at which Gay  appeared in a charming sea-green  gown that caused her hostess to stare  almost rudely in surprise..  Angela   thought   sho   had   taken  Gay's measure  when  she  described  her as "that dowdy little thing next  door."   Now, watching Haliiday's Interested face as he talked with their  surprisingly appareled guest, she wondered if by any chance she had been  mistaken. Since the days of her own  courtship she had never seen her husband treat a woman just that way.  The sight piqued   her���������not   because  sho had any romantic feeling left for  Halliday, but because she had thought  him incapable of being so interested.  There    might   come    a   time,    she  thought vindictively, when the knowledge of that   Interest   would   be   a  deadly weapon in hor own hand. The  tblbught brightened her eyes, making  them even more blue and luminous  than before. Her husband saw it, and  wondered wearily, what niyvr troublo  was brewing for himeelf; yet later,  when ta tho oool of the dimly lighted   living-room,   Angola   sang,  her  voice might havo been part of some  celestial choir.  "How" gloriously that woman  slags!" said Nick, when ho and Gay  made Ebolr way home together across  the garden. "She seems to forgot  ovorythlng, and everybody, and give  herself up to the expression of h<_r  rent ������������K.   It'o as If it were all her  4>_-       J_J_1. T____ ~      r     ii i       "-._������       ������*  _1 _ __ _ tm..4>     L_-  i,K>   uiuui.   iic   Aucsjr    hro   v.   Cjr__ii_5    Ou. j"S  has brains in his head, still,. I think  you're unjust to the fair Angela. I  bet those things Julie told you have  stuck in your crop. Say, Gay, I think  you've made an impression on Halliday 1 Ho acted tremendously interested in you tonight."  "What an idotic thing to say!"  "If you're not careful, Madam,"  Nick retorted, "I shall sue you for  slander. That's the second insult  you've handed me in fifteen minutes.  Besides, he'd have been, the idotic one  if he hadn't noticed you. You had  those other women looking like tinsel  in a jewelry shop."  A sudden smile lighted Gay's eyes.  Sho said: "That's what I meant about  the difference in your voice and Mrs.  Haliiday's."  "I don't quite���������get you."  "I said you wouldn't, didn't I?"  Nick grinned.  "I believe you set that trap for me,  my dear. But you'll have to admit  that her voice Is beautiful."'  "Oh, I do! But unless there's a  beautiful   soul   behind   it " She  viously amused. "My mouth just naturally turns up at the corners! But,  as I've s&id before, I don't think you  do the woman justice. If she's not  happy with Halliday (and honestly, 1  don't think she Is), she'd naturally  take more interest in other men than  would a woman who was satisfied  with her own. .Don't you believe that,  Gay?"  "Perhaps���������but���������;-but there's such a  thing as legitimate prey, you know."  Nick did laugh' now.  ' .<T see. Well- -"  (To Be Ccaciiiued).  Believes Asthma At Once. If you  could read the thousands of unsolicited letters received by the/ makers  from grateful users you, too, would  realize the remarkable powers of Dr.  J. I>. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. All  cases, incipient and chronic, are  benefited by this great family remedy.  Why suffer or experiment with worthless preparations when the genuine  Kellogg's ci-tt be purchased cvery=  where.  An old Roman inscription, lately  deciphered, is a will in which money  was left for the support of one hundred orphan girls.  Douglas' Egyptian Liniment makss  the finest blister known. Is valuable  for stock. Leaves the hair roots in  natural and healthy condition. Hair  comes back.   No scar remains.  The reason the minister's daughter has so many hoy friends is because her father gives out tho hims.  A man seldom meets another man  who is smarter than himself.  S" _________>.   HI    H' H_-_E__   :  OUR  ;   ^ 1  mmm     ^*m^mm4fmy   BB^mWWm ^Hj_____l_ w^^^ m      ^ffl  evolved  That  It has been tho standard anti-acid  Be  euro  w. n. ur.  ma  to Bet tlio genuine  for50yor_rs Among phyHleiruifl every- Phillips' Milk pf Miwaesin pro-  where. Ono spoonful will neutralize scribed by phyaicHana for 50 yearn  at onco m������my timea its volume in    in correcting enema acids.   '  *- - '  ���������-      "     -*������������������"���������        Remember���������tha tfonuinc Is al*  ���������warn a liquid. It cannot be mnde in  tablet form. Look for tho name  Phillips'. It in always on the wrapper  for your protection. ������ruflHtor������i  everywhere havo tlio 50c bottlea.  (Made In Canada)       -  acid. It b the right way, tho quick.  {itet-Bant and efficient way to kill  ho excess aclxl Tho atomacli be*  comes sweet* th������ pain departs. You  are happy again in Ave minutes.   -  Don't depend on crude methods*  t!-  ti-  I T.HJfi ' UKJUSTUJ*   lUSVIJb-W  v>a_i noma  and  say "all's  wei  When   you   arrive   at   your  journey's end, telephone!  The folks at home will be  wondering how you got along  on the trip and if you arrived  safely, and you, on your part,  will be wondering how they  are. So call your home by  long-distance���������you can be connected within a few moments���������  and you and the folks there  will be delighted with the  speedy reunion.  * I ^ l. ���������*_.._*   ._���������    ������_ __ 4-V. . w. ._     r..v      ...*>.*- _.#-. .^.m^* *..  UlCiC   S.O   i.iS_. b_.ii__������,   a\J    iv003U4iilg  as the sound of your voice.  Tell them by telephone that  "all's well."  if we were getting the same efficient supervision of expenditure as  was evidence in 1927 and 1928,  when the grant was somewhat  less.  In trying to figure out just how  much territory that $64,000 has  to serve do not think it is for  Creston Valley exclusively- The  amount is for the whole Cr&ston  constituency, which extends from  Goatfell to the U.S. Boundary at  Waneta. Judging by results  Creston Valley must have been  short changed the past two year?,  so better things surely may be  hoped for in 1931.  ~If gentlemen of the cloth would  preach and teach a little more of  the laws, statutes and judgments  as were handed down for man's  guidance by God, through Moses,  on Mount Sinai, sometimes  known, as the common law, instead of theories which lull  congregations to sleep,  but not  !.r-_r_a,r'_-_<5_������r!  uiis-u-iiycu  i���������  "J  ���������������_1_.  i-iiv;  apples  Liquor Control Board, or by the  government of British Columbia,  possibly their congregations  would increase to be equal to the  crowds that frequent Sunday ball  games, bridge parties, or Al.  Fredericks' get togethers, and the  way thereby cleared to offer us  light on how to deal with perplexing problems whether they be  EPSOM SALT, lb'.:.-_...$ .15  StJLPHUE, ib..:.............  .20  Gentian, lb���������. 75  .Nux Vomica, ��������� lb    .75  Soda Bicarb, lb ......    .35  Rosin, lb��������� .: 35  COPPER <J*ARB, lb...... 1*25  BEESWAX, lb ....    .80  CYANO GAS, lb    .90  PARIS GREEN, lb 60  ARSENATE of LEAD   .60  WATER GLASS, 2 lbs    .40  Kreso Disinfectant, gal. 3_O0  Crude Cod  Liver Oil,  Best, gal... . 1.85  Crude CASTOR OIL,  lb..... _..-...--..-.-.    -50  BLACK LEAF  "40,,'  10 lbs..��������� 11.85  FORMALDEHYDE,  vu-trt.     ,75  Grafting Wax, lb  1.00  **  *&  M  m  mJ)  $A  Kootenay Teiepliiie Go.  LIMITED  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at CTeston, 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, APRIL   3  HOME BREW  An   analysis   of    the  shipped   from  the 1930  crop   is beer   saloons    or    "Pyatitetka"  heartening, showing,  as it does, ] (the Soviet five-year p*an.)  that 33 per cent, of the outgo was I  Mcintosh Red, 14.7 per cent.  Wealthy, 14 per cent. Delicious5,  10 per cent. Wageuer, 6 per cent.  Jonathan, 3 per ceut. Rome  Beauty, 2 per cent. Spitzenberg,  and "other winters" 4.5 per cent.  Summer varieties are shown at  but 1.9 per cent., ahd "other  fall" varieties at 1 per cent.  When it comes to having the  "wanted varieties" Creston valley's position is remarkably good.  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  it is gratatymg to know ttiat we  have with us continuing Presbyterians. FED UP.  W  RESTON DRUG ft BOOK STORE  wi  fTfc'W   AKM-f  V XjrAA'K  THE  REXALL  GEO. H. K_Et__L������Y  That Presbytery Resolution  In a year when so much is  heard about a possible breakdown  in fruit marketing facilities due to  the failure to enact central selling  or some other sort of  legislative  ���������������_-*_..-._   _ i  \jt u__ctiv_-  ists ought to feel particularly  cheerful with three such firms as  Creston Growers' Long, Allan  & Long, Limited, and the Scott  Fruit Company, already assuring  that they are looking for more  tonnage, while at Wynndel we  have the long established, Co-  Operative Fruit Growers' Association. On the theory that one  should feel good because folks are  worse off somewhere else, surely  Creston valley growers should be  able to keep that old smile  smiling.  In these days when all departments at Victoria arp supposed to  be enforcing the utmost economy,  a vote of $64,000 for road maint-  enace in Creston riding this year  is not to be complained of���������and  would provide satisfactory travel  ���������__������-j.+��������� r>���������:_   uuitui   ivcvi6w.  Sir,���������In your issue of March  27th my attention was drawn to  a resolution passed by the Kootenay Presbytery, "The Liquor  Situation," over the signature of  _c\,   jc_.  v^noo.  The government control of  liquor has been in force in this  province for oyer ten years and  the same conditions, practically,  exist today as at any time since  the act was put into force. What  a azes me at this moment is that  the "Kootenay Presbytery has  been all this time in finding that  out, and in passing resolutions of  condemnation of the present  liquor control system.  One is almost inclined to believe that the Kootenay Presbytery of the United Church of  Canada was on the verge of  entering politics, and if so they  would be well advised to join up  with the other such churches as  are already in politics, but none  so openly as one may judge from  the action of the Kootenay  Presbytery.  Thus on the eve of my departure for Cranbrook it is with  sincere regrets that I have to  leave Creston, which has been  my home since I returned from  overseas. Though I wiil still  have the pleasure of visiting this  section once a month or more, |  still after living among you for so  long many kind memories will  cling to the various occasions on  which we met one another, the  old familiar scenes and kind  pleasantries will be long cherished  and not easily forgotten.  You who still remain will always be deeply engrossed in  growing orchard products, so just  ������3'  ���������0  -h_4B_____HhAd__-k>A__Hh a  E  WISH TO THANK those growers  who have signified their intention to  ship through us the conning seasosi for  the confidence "they have shown, an:3. to  assure them that it will be our earnest  endeavor to merit a continuance of that  confidence.  MY GROWER who has not completed  ^ "    arrangements for the marketing of his  crop, and wishing to discuss this matter,  is invited to communicate with ns.  The Scott fruit Company,  :  LIMITED  H, HARRISON, Box 1165, Fernie, B.C.  Manager.  J. E. VANACKERAN,  Phone 4f3M, Canyon, Local Representative,  '^5"������p>^'i3r*V*V''V,'V"*V'"V*V* y,'������������v������������v-'������.y,. y.y.y.y������y<y.y.y������y'y������y"y'V'������VkV*V''V' y.y .y.y.y.yy-y������y  as a parting word it is always wen  to bear ii\ mind a few of the  essential requisites necessary to  those who make a living from  growing fruit.  First, never plant out apple  trees closer than 30 x 30 feet;  secondly, the first five years is  the formation period In the life of  a young tree during whieh.the  scaffold limbs are selected, laying  stress on right angle growth from  the centre outwards, at the same  time remembering though that  the more severe you prune your  young trees the longer you delay  fruiting.  Thirdly; maintain the humus  in your soils at all costs. This  is accomplished in the cheapest  manner by growing cover crops.  Fourthly, trees depend for  their existence on sunshine, which  if denied them stunts their  growth and hastens decay; therefore in those ������orchards where  fillers still exist if the limbs are  interfering with the neighbors',  cut out the offending neighbor  and allow the standard to grow  as it is detrimental to its proper  development to be continually  heading in the lower limbs. It  takes the labor of over 40 leaves  functioning in the full sunlight to  develop an apple to maturity, so  how can a grower expect, while  maintaining a hedge row of apple  limbs supported overly fifteen feet  by a tree trunk, to produce uniformity and high averages in his  crop returns, unless the tree has  room to grow outwards, as well as  upwards.  Lastly, it is essential in this  section to afford some protection  to tree roots in the winter, where  we are subject to sudden changes  and prolonged spells of low  temperatures without adequate  protection from winter snow, by  either growing cover crops,  mulching, or practising fall  ploughing. Where irrigation is  now available do hot let the trees  go into winter quarters with the  sub-soil too dry. Start irrigating  early in November, supplying  what the soil will absorb readily.  C. B. TWIGG.  Don't Delay !���������  Supply  B  uy your  W %*9 A I-  AND  WOOD  NOW!  jsAsa jgg   ror nvsces on nan,  anything anywhere  n_l_!'*f_fr  H. -;S..yMcCREAT  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  J3������������������������������������������������������������������������������ a BB-Baessraaesa-i y bb_ _ csesaea absbrssbb bbsbs bhhbbhqb oassBBBaaas ssiiiitiQ  4  4  I  4  ���������  4  4  I  4  ���������  4  4  4  4  lM_________M_A-______-_MlM  Prime No. I Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &l? Veal  Phone jour order and receive our best service.  TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brana HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BURNS'IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  4  4  4  4  COMPANY, Ltd.  4  4  4  4  4  ������  ������  4  4  ������  4  I  4  4  4  4  '  4  4  4  4  ���������4  i  -4  I  4  4  ���������<  I  4  4  ��������� 4  4  4  4  4  4  4  j impmm*rnmmfmfmM/m*mMwm^fM/mP*mm^*^MkA'm  ffl     ffi^j "iM>"fl ���������H^fl-1  JBL A.J_LJL JL-EL1*  .  spending less  than  consists   in  you earn.  _lf by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment..  We pay interest on Savings hstt*  ances and shall welcome your  account* 6ia  *i**r.m%n*mi  -4������>mTmi4Wi*������>ZW.������  *fW!   ^_0_TVil'TiyfT7t3l_OT?  Capital Ptild Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Crew Con Branch  R. J. Forbes, Manager  Printed Butter Wraps at Review Office T__J- ':0.KJfiH'rUJN   KJSVifSW  Local and Persona.!  WANTED���������Heavy- s walking plow.  Pochin. Canyon, tr phone K." Andrew.  PIGS FOB SALE���������6 weeks old, $6  each. R. Stewart & Son (Alice Siding),  Creston.  -,:   .  _fa _.'__. SL '-_���������-3 ._ _i  **JL-_ i5"__'  Place your orders  and    cut    flowers  Greenhouse.  T������T_1Ct   TO/"-������3   Q1.1 Tjl  irj.vro j. ������_rxv oajlov-  for  Easter  plants  early,,   at   Cook?s  urcnaruisis, Anemion  Yotmgr pigH  reaay  Yerbury,  March   z7th, ������6 each.   Bert  Camp Lister. -  "Father L. Choinel will say Mass at ft  a.m., Easter Sunday, ai Holy Cross  Church, Creston.  FOR SALE���������British Sovereign Strawberry plants, $5 per 1000. Monrad  Wigen, Wynndel.  School closed for the Easter vacation  yesterday, and will resume operations on  Monday, April 13th.  Eggs are down to 20 cents a dozen���������  thc lowest price they have fetched the  poultryman in years.  Monday is Easter Monday and is a  holiday with the banks, but other businesses in town wilL be open.  The general delivery wicket at the  postoffice will be open from 5 to 5.45  oniy Good Friday afternoon.  POTATOES FOR SALE���������Half-ton  good table potatoes, going at $1.25 per  sack.   Bert Boffey, Creston.  Watch for Vic. Mawson's announcement next week of prizes in connection  with 1931 trout and bass fishing.  Miss Lorna Lytle of Crawford Bay is a  Creston visitor this week, a guest of- her  sister. Mrs. D. A. MacDonald.  Vital statistics for March show three  births, one marriage and one death������  Two of the new citizens were girls.  Fred Hale left at the end of the week  for    Fernie,   where   he   expects to be  employed for the next.few months.  Rev. F. V. Harrison is announced to  take .__ aster services at Christ Church on  Tuesday morning at 8 and 11 o'clock.  The April meeting of Creston Valley  Post of the Canadian Legion will be held  at the town hall on Tuesday, 6th, at 8  p.m.  Miss A. Eddy has resumed work at  the Exchange Barber Shop. Creston.  Marcelling our specialty. AH work  guaranteed.  Just received a new shipment of  Ladies' Silk Rayon Dresses, assorted  sizes and patterns, and going at $5.95 at  S. A. Speers. u. ___->-.��������� j   - - ���������'_..;..;;-"  The Creston Growers, limited, have been operating in:  the Erickson and Creston disr  trict for a period of eight  years. During this period the  C-ompany has set up an enviable record of successful  merchandising in fruits and  vegetables.  Net Returns To Gr&wers;  Over the period of our operation, we claim to have paid  the grower a higher net return  than any other firm in British  Columbia handling like commodities in like volume. We  challenge contradiction of this  statement supported by figures.  PROMPT PA YMENf:  - We have made a specialty of  getting the growers' money  into the growers' pocket quickly. Final payments on aii  produce, including Winter  apples, have invariably been  paid in full before December  the   20th of. the current crop  "-year.  DISTRIBUTION:  The Company being entirely  free of any wholesale or jobbing house affiliation has been  able to successfully solicit  business from practically every  Jobbing house of importance in  western Canada. In addition  our arrangements for distribution in Eastern Canada, New  York City and Great Britain  cannot be excelled. The latter  distribution is always available  when conditions indicate the  necessity of making sales outside the three Western Canadian Provinces.  FOR  about  plow.  SALE���������Bay mare, 7 years old,  900   lbs.   Some   harness.   Also  G., McWilliams   (Hunt   ranch),  "Ureston-lflrjcksbn.  Christ Church Woman's* Auxiliary  announce a 25c. tea at the Parish Hall,  Saturday, April 11th, 3 to 5.30 p.m., to  which all are invited  WANTED���������Man and wife (no child-  en) want work on ranch, used to stock  and milki g. Enquire at, or write to  Box 27, Review Office.  Gordon Spiers of Nelson is renewing  acquaintances in Creston thi������ week, a  guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.  G. Hendren.  Creston and District Women's Institute have their April meeting on Friday  afternoon next. Arrangements for the  annual bulb show will be made.  Mrs A. North leaded & party/of half  a dozen ladies from Sirdar who were at  Creston on Saturday for the Women's  Institute birdhouse fair and tea.  L. M. Simpson, president, and E.  Enloe, vice-president, of Creston Power  & Light Co., Limited, were business  visitors from Spokane on Friday last.  El  El  A  iprinjrond Summei* samples ci the  Tip Top Tailors have arrived.  3   Sprln  in   -.-^ _..      .  Call in and look thorn oVei.  Tho  beRt Holnotion of ' wimplem i hoy  havo ovor sent out.    One price  only, $27.00.  a  IN  V. MAWSON  GKliSTON  IK l*  SALES:  Siol-oc     5������"o     iTi**53"_-*is������T**l"*7    iVi&elQ  f.o.b. shipping.point on a cash  or short term credit basis.  During   the   period   of    our  operation losses to the growers  through bad debts has been  exactly nil.  1931 POLICY:  ' W4 do^nbt intend to canvas  ranchers for business, but will  accept fruit and vegetables .for  handling on our usual charge  Qf 10%^ - and our warehouses  will be open for business IreY  gardless of the quantity of  produce that may be available.  CASH BUYING:  We will be iii a position this  year to, buy all varieties of  Winter apples _ outright for  cash. Where market conditions at time of shipment permit we will extend this cash  buying to other varieties of  Apples, Pears, stone * fruits  and to vegetables.  CRESTON GROWERS,   Ltd.  R.B. STAPLE^ Mgr.  FOR SALE���������No. 2 McCormick-  Deering separator, nearly new. Also  one 3x3^ McCormick-Deering wagon  gear, nearly new, V. M. Vasseur,  Creston.  Miss Annie Eddy of Calgary, Alberta,  has returned to Creston after about a  year's absence, and has again opened out  her beauty parlor tn Ythe Exchange  barber shop.  FOR SALE���������Britiah Sovereign Strawberry plants, $5 per thousand. Cuthbert  Raspberry caues, $10 per 1000. King  Raspberry canes, $10 per 1000. > Sam-  Moon,, Wynndel.  Mrs, D. A. MacDonald was the holder  of the winning ticket on the quilt raffled  by the Women's Institute at tho bird  oubo fair oh Saturday. Tho niifflo  realized about $25.  Remember tho EaBter sale of needlework cooking, ettf., nnd afternoon tea  undftr Trinity United Church Ladk-t.'  Aid auspices on Saturday afternoon 4th.  at the church basement.  A mooting, of Creston Post of  Canadian Legion will bo hold on Saturday, April 11th, at 3 p.m., in Trinity  United Church bono ment 'to meit  Comrade Robert MapNtcol, provincial  secretary of th������ Canadian Legion  B.E.S.L,   AH veterans wolcomo,  Tho variety stage haa novor placed  boforo tho public ontortninment to oqunl  tho magnitude oC "London Calling,"  whieh is showing at tho Grand tonight  nnd Saturday. It !������ a rovuo bristling  with humorduB skits, oor-hDuntlng  melodies and -.poctacsulnr wonder*..  Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Fisher of Invermere were Fsrk. ay visitors with Mr, and  Mrs Godfrey vi^ne. leaving on Saturday for home after spending three  months at California and Florida points.  The Legion are having their Easter  dance at the Recreation Hall, Wynndel  on Monday evening. 6th, vith dancing  at 9 o'clock. The admission b $1.50 per  couple, and A3. Fredricks* orchestra  music.       '.������������������..".  There is considerable speculation ������c to  what damage {if any) has been done t__e  cherry crop by last Thursday's dip of the  mercury to 14 above zero, following the  heavy gale that prevailed all day last  Wednesday.        ,  Due to non-arrival of the hats the display and sale of spring and summer hats  advertised for last Friday and Saturday  at Speers' store had to be cancelled.  The hats arrived early this week and are  now on sale. v  R. B. Staples of Kelowna was a  business visitor here a couple of days at-  the end of the week. In the Okanagan  they are predicting a dry summer  following the exceptionally mild winter  that has prevailed.  Creston Motots reports the arrival of  the first carload of Chevrolet cars at the  end of the week Two of the new ones  have already been sold. "Babe" For in  and Percy Boiffey have each taken  delivery of a sport coupe.  The new Lutheran Church at Creston  will be dedicated at the opening service  to be held on Monday evenidg at 7.30,  at which the speaker will be Rev C..  Thies of Calgary, Alberta. All are cord-  illy invited to this service.  There will be no central selling or  governmentftontrol of any sort in the  marketing of the 1931 fruit crop. All  legislation in this line as proposed for  this year was refused consideration in  the legislature at Victoria on Monday.  Cook's Greenhouse is this year offering  the best line of Easter flowers ever  available at Creston. The stock includes Easter .lilies, primulas, begonias,  stocks, ferhs,, etc.*. in the line of pot  plants, and the selection of cut flowers  is equally goou.  E. C. Hunt, district horticulturist, of  Nelson, was here on an official visit at  the end of the week He states that an  examination of orchards during February and Mareh reveals the fact that the  wolly aphis has survived the winter in  enormous numbers.  .ti. B_ Twigg got away at the- first"������!  the week to assume his new position as  district agriculturist fof East Kootenay  ._>_.__.. ______  .._-. A.m\. A.A.A. Ah_-___���������__.A\._fc.__..__. __���������  __.   _______ __.__..__.__. .__.__ .__._ A. __..__.-  6AS0LI  Model T Ford Parts at greatly reduced prices.  Used Dodge 4-cylinder Coupe and two Used  mm\Jmf      '     __T f mm   '   ���������  JrAOfAei   m*m  Ford Trucks, all in As condition  As a result of selling for cash we find we  can reduce prices oin many, of our lines.  Call in and see us ���������sboui getting a Car?  Truck or Tractor for Spring work. "  Our Equipment is the best and our  Mechanics know how to use it.  S   &   -wb J7S   5   ������__���������_  8   ������ %������S _T������ 3   ��������� ** %_3   ���������__���������  PALMER    &.    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  4  i  ���������4  ���������i  i  4  <  1  4  4  4  ������  ������  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  ���������  4  4  V  ���������WT-mf'wm'm"  ���������m'ww'W'*/ ���������*?���������*/���������*>���������  'wm,m,mm"*"mf'wmm,v^ -^ T-TT'^r1.'***"**^  emonstra  The new Massey-Han-is General Purpose  Tractor with the Four Wheel Drive will be  demonstrated on  TUESDAY, APRIL 7th, at 2 p.m., at  Putnam's Ranch, Erickson  Come and see a real Tractor  C1'  & __������.-__--������.  _������~1  id  AGENT  JVI XT Jc K Mljij  GRESTON  nibu   Mcau������|uni-_ciO'.au .  -__r���������_  _VJ-IS.  Twigg will be remaining until. the new  bouse they have rented at Cranbrook is  ready for occupation.  Tn-morrow is the Jast day for getting.  your name on the i931 provincial voters  list. At Creston poH alone it is figured  there are 15(. names on last year's federal list that are not on the provincial  roll of voters. The 1S30 list shows just  a few over 2300 names.  abroad ?  RANCH FOR SALE  Good 15-acre 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 Bell on  account of, age. Will sell on terms iff  desired. ANDREW JOHNSON,Creston.  JAS* COMPTO/V  AUCTIONEER  Sales conducted in any part  of the District.  PHONE B5F      CRESTON, B.O.  XLBTTBk-OF-ClRiEDIT from  ihe bank  mCm3*m.ytnXY be honoured by our Banking correspondents in all parts of the World, and  ������������������  will obtain for you many little courtesies that  is. visitor to a strange land so mush appreciates.  480  IMPERIAL BAHK OF CANADA  CRESTON       -       *       - |. S. W. CLOWES, Manager  Branches af Nelson, Invermere, Cranbrook, Fernie  -A ' A    A   -^l ��������� ^irnfE ��������� likn 1*1 irl_j_.ni A ���������������i1liii Aii   -*" m.**ammmSm _BL_fcA i ii.i^-iJ_������ifei������A>A* iiAi Ai iii A > ^ n _* - ^S-_ *i^_iilii<liVi > iLm  F. H��������� JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  LiHtLnBH nolloltod.  CRESTON,    B.C.  We invite you to inspect oiu  new stock of  Men's  which havo just arrived I  Newest Shapes.  ' Nice assortment of sizes.  Prices are right,  y|   ������^Skm^mWSs&S8S  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  Clean-up Time!  Clean up the winter refuse, and Phone 13 to have it  hauled away.    Prompt and courteous service.  JEWELL COAL���������Egg and Lump Sizes  DR Y TAMARA C WOOD  :  STAN    TDAMCrCTD  P,0. 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Bl  place of quality  ������^ggpip_-i-S__isiP  ;-������SSr������.."-������.-lK'  ���������atoflWSffi  '.aamnttm  End Of Communism  Yeltow label Salada 60������ts a lb  Brown label Salada 70������*s a lb  &___N������_____-fe  fiasA.  *8s  __���������__���������.     fi__5_f*___������_  _-____.������  WkyF  ranee  Is Economically Strong  McGill  Economist  Sees   Soviet  Despotism Foiled By Human  Nature  "-Russia is going to break, Communism wilt prove un availing-, the  fiye-year-plaa Is doomed to failure,  and the greatest despotism and  tyranny that the world has ever seen  will he foiled by human nature," declared Dr. Stephen Leacock, head of  the department of political economy  of McGill University, addressing the  junior hoard of trade of Montreal recently on Communism.  The professor Issued a warning  that police batons were not thc  correct means of destroying- Communism in Canada. "The needs of  the people which lead them to seek  after anything new must he satisfied  as the first and only step required to  do away with this evil/' he said, referring to Communism in this country.  What was going to happen to Canada and other parts of the western  world before Russia's five-year-plan  failed, Dr. Lsacock asked. "Are we  going to sit back and condemn Communism and do nothing to cure the  evils of present-day civilization? Are  we to permit Russia to set us and the  rest of the world an example in  : energy and determination in the ex-  WMM^EMmmiim^  iV_ >0:v-:_-^>.-  _*<__  ~_iuT___T_l  f^VA_U>SBt}5  BREAKS UP GAS  N TH������ STnMAfH  a .       * ><aJ    mm m. vm.1 __.>^___^  Trying to ferret out the reason why Prance, of all the major nations,  has no unemployment, but rather is importing 3,000,000 aliens to work in  her fields, mines and factories, Freeman Tilden writes in the World's Work  on "Why France is the Top-Dog."  All the chimneys of French factories are smoking. Portuguese workers  have been imported in droves to supply the shortage of tabor. Italians armed  with picks and shovels follow Napoleon's  trail  over  the Alps,  in reverse  order.   Three hundred thousand. Poles were given jobs last year.   There are . Potation, of their country?  no doles, no Communists, no bread lines.  The findings run something as follows: Frenchmen are born marketers.  They waste nothing. They know how to stretch French paper to make the  two ends me-et.    Nothing Ls -wasted.  Nor does this mean they liave poor food. They furnish the chefs of  the world. They do not dress shabbily. They dress the world. But they  dress themselves first.  They buy for cash. They pay down in full for real estate. Not many  know what call money is. Margins are on printed pages only. High-powered  salesmen are an American institution. French cars seldom wear out carrying  heavy mortgages around. Every large business concern has its economat  Employees get good meals at eost. The ecosomats purchase at wholesale  prices. Railway employees eve_i get their coal and household supplies for a  third what others pay outside of the economat. Companies do not exploit  or commercialize their help-.  The Frenchman hardly knows what a robot is. Almost everything is  hand made. A country that ������s many times smaller than any one of our  Western Provinces supports its millions by managing its individual affairs  well.   Thus the under-dog has become top-dog.  Is there not in the French situation as thus disclosed a suggestion of  value worthy of the thoughtful consideration of the producers and workers  of other countries ?  Here in America,  in Canada as well as in the TJnited  States,  every  encouragement, indeed the most striking inducements, ate held out to people  in all walks of life to buy on the instalment plan, rather than for cash. The  use of credit has become almost universal, not only for capital expenditures  which is justifiable and proper if the borrowings are k2pt within reason,  and the capital expenditures to which th^r arc devoted are of a revenue-  producing character, but for current expenses.      People are urged to buy  not only necessities but luxuries on the credit plan, with payments spread  over a term of months, or even years.     The argument advanced is frequently to enjoy these luxuries now and while you are paying for them, rather  than to wait until you have saved sufficiently to pay for them outright.    It  is a fallacious argument, a fatal mistake to make.  Complaints are fairly general that the banks will not extend-credit at   withdrawn.  the present time.   Possibly, however, the mistake by the banks in the past  is that they extended too much credit too easily, coupled with the further  mistake that they demand too high a rate of interest and thus make it next  to impossible for the borrower to ever get out of debt once he is landed in  that position.     Many a man, both city residents and farmers, have told the  c������_������fl__n_������_L*fe  ���������_..������_ _���������_-__*���������_. W*_1  Proposes New Study  For  Canadian   Schools'  Giant X-Ray Tube  Will Be Used In the Treatment Of  Cancer Patients  A   giant   X-ray   tube,   developing  First-Aid and Home Nursing Useful  Subjeets,  Says Colonel Hodgetts  First aid and home nursing should 600,000 volts, has been developed at  be made subjects in public schools,;tiie California Institute of Technology,  declared Col. C. A. Hodgetts, director- ! for treating patients suffering from  general of the  St. John Ambulance ; cancer, a formal statement issued by  Association, at the annual meeting of  the organization in Ottawa. This type  the Institute announced.  The statement said that.  "As Dr.  of training would, he said, be more   R������hert A-    Milliken   has    previously  stated, the institute does not profes3  to have discovered a new cure  for  Don't suffer from dangerous gras  pressing around your heart, from  sourness, acidity, bloating or pain of  indigestion.   Stop      worrying, "When  ever you need quick stomach relief,  take a little __isura.e_l Magnesia ���������  npwder or tablets. It breaks up gas,  neutralizes acids- and keeps the stomach sweet and strong, and indigestion  perfect. At all boo* drug stores.  Military Medal Law Revised  Holders Of V.C. Cannot Be Automatically Deprived Of Decoration  Holders of the celebrated Victoria  Cross, highest award for gallantry in  Britain's army, will not, in the future,  be automatically deprived of the  medal if convicted of "treason,  cowardice, felony or any other infamous crime,'* as has been the case  in the past.  This important change is one of  the new provisions governing military medals announced in the London Gazette. It is stiplated, however,  that the award of the V.C. may be  cancelled by the King, who may also  restore.the decoration, if and when,  the recommendation for annulment is  useful than "some of the twaddle"  now being taught.  . The year 1930 . was described. as  surpassing al! other years in the history of the association. Iii the Various courses, 23,398 persons took part  and proficiency certificates were  awarded in 12,855 cases. Certificates  and awards had a grand total of 19,-  748. The annual report was presented  by Hon. J. B__ King, president,  Perhaps the world may owe you  a living, but you will die of starvation if you sit down and wait for It  to call and settle.  cancer; the principal hope is, that if  results are favorable, other tubes of  similar type win be placed in operation in hospitals in other sections of  the United States."  Good Price For Livestock  The Manitoba .Agricultural^ College  recently shipped three baby beeves  to the Union Stock Yards markets,  which established a new seasons  "top." The beeves averaged 900  pounds and sold for $8.00 per hundredweight.     ' ==g  A High-class Decorative  ^AeditiiBi  Mixes in hot or c  Water  Free stencil premium   label  on  etery  package.  __>ena jor Decorator's Guide  :il Catalogue  404  \ package,    oenajor u  and Stencil G  / m  Persian Balm imparts a rare charm  and distinction, to the woman -who  uses it.    Fragrant as a flower, deli-  ciously cool to the skin, it always results    in    complexions   'delightfully  writer that having got into debt to the banks or mortgage companies they   young  and lovely.    Indispensable to  had a long uphill struggle to get out.   They found themselves working for   every  dainty  woman.  As  a powder  these financial corporations to meet interest charges rather than for them- S !jase1.f!?r. oily-textured skins or as a  selves.    They vowed that once they got out of debt, they would never get in j ^"a     and    stimulates    thl    skin!  again, but rather would do without things until they could pay for them   Recommended    also   to   soften    and  outright, tighten their belt if necessary, and carry on in the meantime.  It is the man who is carrying a load of debt, paying heavy interest  charges annually, possibly on no-revenue producing expenditures made in  the past, who finds himself in real difficulty in times of business depression.  Any little cash he can get must be paid out again to keep himself solvent  instead of being available to carry him along until the tide turns again. But  TiA  the man who has followed the policy of "pay as you go,"1 who is free of  debt, is the man who can most easily weather the storm, Such a man can  "carry on," but the man already heavily in debt finds himself in thc predicament of going in still deeper, and the final result Is, all too frequently, that  he finds himself in an impossible position, so deep in fact that he can never  get out.  Is the French way not the better way? Does it not make for grcator  contentment, a more consistent measure of good times, a more enjoyable,  happier existence?  make the hands flawlessly white.  To Print Address Should Look Alter Ili___sc.l_  Categorized ns a "Bpeech of inter- j     A traveller ln the Orient asked a  national  Importance,"   one   thousand  pasha, "Is your civil service like ours ?  copies of the recent address of Hon. j Are   there   retiring   allowances   and  Hugh Guthrie, Minister   of   Justice,   pensions?"    "My illustrious. friend,"  Scotland Boosting Aviation  Dundee, Scotland, recently held an  Informal jollification over the first  business transaction carried out there  by aeroplane. A business man had  flowii- from Glasgow, landed in a field  near Dundee, completed his deal and  within an hour was on his way back  by air. As a result of the visit, Dun-  doe is joining the movement to provide an airport for every city in  Scotland. ���������  before the American Bar Association,  are to be printed in the records of  the United States senate, it was  learned recently.  replied the pasha, "tho public functionary hero who stands in need of n  retiring allowance when his term of  ofllco expires is a fool!'"  Heart and Nerves So Bad  Was Unable To Sleep For Hours  Misa Theresa M. Ravary, Gnlllngortown,  Ont., writes:���������"I was troumed, for almost a  year, with my heart and norvoa, especially on  retiring at night whon I would be unable to  sleep Cor houra. I waa easily fatigued, and pa-  carao vory excitable nnd irritable. A friend  recommended Mil burn's Heart and Norvo Pills  and after taking thorn for a few wo oka I could  enjoy a good night's root, nnd rapidly regained  my former atotb of health."  Unlet nt nil drug, nnd (gftnoral /doves, or miLllcd dlioct on receipt of prlco by Th������  5CV unburn Co., L.W.,  The worms that infest children  from their birth are of two kinds,  those that find lodgement in the  stomach and those that are found in  the Intestines. Tho latter aro tho  most destructive, as thoy cling to tho  walls of the intestines and if not Interfered with worlc havoc there. Miller's Worm 3Powdera dialodgo both  kinds and whtto expelling them from  tho system serve to repair the damage they have Caused.  Price 50c o boa  Toronto, Ont.  Half and Half  A lady much above tho usual stao  was trying to onter a street car, A  passenger, wlio was waiting io get  off, began to laugh at hor futile efforts.  "If you wero half a man, you'd  help mo on this street car/' snapt  tho fat lady.  Tho paasongor retorted, "Madam,  If you wore halt a lady, you wouldn't  need any help,"  W.   H.   U.   18G3  Western RepyeaenlaUoea:      ,  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., RECiNA* SASK. ______  THE   KE VIEW.   CRSSTOH.   B_   CL  ������  01SV J^JriijJ All *jl Aifrl  APPOINTED HEA  OF GRAIN 1NQUIR  Disorders In India  30  SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERNOR  Ottawa, Ont.���������One of Britain's  leading economic experts, Sir Josiah  Stamp, wa3 recently named as head  of the royal commission to inquire  into grain trading in Canada. Premier R. B. Bennett told members of  the House of Commons that Sir  Jcsiah will sail this week for Canada. - .  It was known that the British  economist had been invited to represent the Dominion Government, but  the recent announcement carried the  j.    ,_������,- ���������f���������_    !'_..*   "_^_   ".as-*    ������s .������*-������_������-*���������-������_*  nxSt  uiuiuauuu   w_e__- ������jw  _������������������������������   *.������.������.wj(������������������~  the post. The royal commission is to  consist of three members, one of  whom will represent the Grain Exchange and another is to be chosen  by the prairie provinces to represent  the farmers.  Rumors have associated the  name of Premier J. E. Brownlee  with the position of grain growers'  representative, hut Mr..Brownlee has  denied that he would accept the post.  Sir Josiah Stamp has for many  years been regarded as an outstanding expert in financial matters. He has had a distinguished  academic career and has frequently  represented the British Government  on financial commissions. In 1919  he was member of the British  royal commission on income tax, in  1924 he was member of .the committee on taxes and national debt,  and in the same year was British  representative on the Dawes reparation commission. His most recent  task has been to seek means of accomplishing economic co-ordination  of British railways.  A ���������r_������_-\_r__"rvio-n*     ��������� t\9      fha.      rr-vsil     _*rvr__-  _._-������,������.-.___,....__*,._--, ~- _._ _.���������.,���������.   ������m*������{ <.������.������������._.       .. _. _.      ^s*.l^_--r.---_Y       Avw.A.e������ft������o       <r_f  5__.1_._3_*>--     i iru_    xwuvmrc     ������A������r . ������__-_9_.wm������?    v_.  opinion in Western Canada that  trading in grain futures is detrimental to the best interests of the  producers.  of the commission will be confined to*  an investigation of this subject, although it appears possible the scope  of the inquiry may be extended to  include whole questions of marketing of the wheat crop.  Cawnpore   Troops   Shoot . Down  Rioting Nationalists  Karachi, India.���������Turmoil broke out  again in India as Mahatma Gandhi,  here for the Nationalist congress  meeting, was jeered by Communists,  and troops at Cawnpore shot down  at least 30 rioting Nationalists.  The disorders grew out of the execution last week of three Indians convicted of the murder of a 21-year-old  police official in 1928. Gandhi was taken off a train 12 miles outside of the  town, but the thousands gathered  here.for the congress meeting spotted  him as he rode into town in an automobile.  A group of 30 or more, known to  bo of-. Communist leaning, made for  him with jeers and one even made  as though to attack the frail little  man with a flag staff. Some, carried a tray with a gruesome mess of  mud and blood.  "Here is the blood of our brothers  who were murdered." they cried, referring to the three executed Indians.  "Take it back with your truce to  Delhi."  Gandhi's men drove off the assailants, and there were cheers for  Mahatma.  The day at Cawnpore was even  more serious. Rioting began during  the night when Moslem shop-keepers  refused to close their stores under  a general strike order by the congress men. Troops came out when  the fighting got  serious,  and before  - *-1~~ -_*.   ���������������~   -���������.-.���������     OA   Ur.A   V.n-_-n   i>-;it_  CX4C    w.SA_3t.   wtto   wci,   v������ir   uuu    .sv.%-*.   *w_j.-  ed, and. at least 100 injured.  This trouble too, grew out of the  executions.  Tourist Traffic Slightly less  But Figures For 1930 Place Value At  $330,000,000  Ottawa, Ont.���������Despite falling off  from 1929 tourist traffic still remains  a decidedly prolific source of income  in Canada. Figures for 1930, estimated by the. Dominion Bureau of  Statistics, place the value of tourist  traffic "at $280,000,000. This substantial figure, in the face of far-flung  economic depression, was only $28,-  000,000 less than 1929.  Automobile tourists from the United States increased in numbers, but  apparently   did  not   spend  as  much  money.   Tho    estimated   expenditure  ! was   $202,409,000  as   compared with  ! $215,577,000 in 1929.    The conclusion  i reached by the mathematicians at the  ; Bureau of Statistics is that the rela-  ! tive cheapness of a motor trip through  > Canadian  highways  had  app'eal  for  i those who in more prosperous times  j might have been inquisitive about the  j beauty of Monte Carlo. Total tourists  from the United States numbered 5,-  .; 400,000 as against 4,508,000.  Canadian-tourists abroad also were  MANITOBA POOL  EEVATOR PROBE  WERWAY  Earl of Clarendon, newly appointed governor-general of South  Africa, as seen in his official uniform, j watching their pocketbooks. Auto-  Lord Hyde, the Earl of Clarendon, mobiles carried tourists to the United  was a fruit farmer, near Pickering,; States who parted with ������63,489,000,  Ont., in 1912, when both he and Lady . according to the estimate. This corn-  Hyde lived in an. ordinary farm pared with 65,055,000 in the previous  house.���������Copyright   by   Acme  News-!year������      Total expenditures abroad of  pictures.  To Dispose  1 ?/ould Repeal Dry Law  Bliino-S Senate Passes Bill Repealing  Enforcement  Springfield, 111.���������The Illinois Senate  .recently passed the bill repealing the  state's prohibition enforcement laws.  The measure, already passed by the  House, now goes tb the governor. The  vote was 26 to 24.  The hill would repeal the state prohibition law under the Search and  Seizure Act. In effect, it would withdraw all state support from the Federal Government in fighting illicit  manufacture and traffic in intoxicating liquor.  { Senator Borah Would Donate Surplus  Wheat In United States To  China  Washington, D.C.���������Old Suggestion  that the surplus wheat held . by the  National Grain Stabilization Corporation, amounting to over 200,000,000  bushels, should be turned over to  China, -was made by Senator William  E. Borah.  Such action would require an act  of'congressY Wheat held by the corporation has been bought and paid  for, and the policy of the Farm Board  is that it shall not be given away.  Tr_ _._,__.--_-      _ -_        _.- _.       ���������        ���������__<_.        _ j?  j_>ui������ix_ a    icico.    was    LUtti.    a,    g\i_.c    oz  the wheat to. China would create an  appetite for wheat bread among the  400,000,000 Chinese 'which would result in largely increasing the market  for wheat in that country.  May increase Postal  Rates On Newspapers  To Help Lower Deficit Of Post Office  Department  Ottawa, Ont.���������Voicing a protest  against the projected increase of postal charges on second class mail mat-  all Canadians is placed at $113,000,000  as against $122,000,000 in the year of  booming stock quotations.  Must Serve Sentence  Sixteen-Year-Old Farm Boy Fails In  Appeal To Higher -Court  Toronto,    Ont.���������Robert     Kitowski,  16-year-old farm boy, must serve hia  sentence of five years at the Stoney  ter, a delegation of over 20 members Mountain penitentiary and receive 20  of the Canadian National Newspapers iashea as imposed by Magistrate Cru-  and Periodicals Association conferred ���������  I Well-To-Do Farmers  ' .Toronto, Ont.���������The well-to-do middle class farmer had by no means disappeared. Hon.. Duncan Marshall,  former Minister of Agriculture in Alberta, told a meeting of advertisers  nnd salesmen here when discussing  farming conditions in western Can-  nda. He believed that present difficulties would bo overcome by the  farmers. Generous loans to farmers  by bankers at low rates of interest  were a necessity, however, he said.  Will Entertain Governor-General  Ottawa, Ont.���������Canada's new governor-general���������the Earl of Bessborough���������will be the guest of honor  on April 8, at a dinner tendered by  Premier R. B. Bennett. Members of  the government, the leader of the opposition, and members of the privy  council will attend  the function.  A vtViiit*    ������__ui..__      T_r.<_f*_.  The government has had before it  for some time the proposal to increase  the mail rates on second class mail  matter, under, which category are included newspapers and periodicals.  For the current fiscal year the deficit  of the post office department will likely range between five and six million dollars, and the proposal to raise  the rate on newspapers has been advanced in an effor.t to overcome some  of that deficit.  so for the holding-up and robbing of  the Dominion Bank at Fort Frances,  on February 11 last. This was the decision of the First Appellate Court of  Ontario, at Osgoode Hall, Toronto,  following an earnest pie a'for "a more  humane punishment" from A. A. MacDonald, counsel for the young prisoner.  Youthfulness of the prisoner which  brought forth a "popular clamor"  following the sentence, did not appeal to the first divisional court, the  chief justice, Sir William Mulock, de-  Winnipeg, Man.���������Surrounded by  prominent .counsel, including T. J_  Murray, K.C., authority on the legal  aspects of co-operative ,marketi_fg, E.  K. Williams, K.C., commenced a royal  commission investigation into the operations of the Manitoba Pool Elevators Limited.  Procedure to be adopted in presentation of evidence has been settled.  Commissioner Williams gave a compromise ruling which will permit  Pool counsel to present documentary  evidence- and, in special cases, evidence of company officers in explanation of financial reports submitted.  It had been the intention of Mr.  Murray and his associate counsel,  Travers Sweatman, K.C., to present .  Oral testimony on each document submitted, but this was objected to by  A. B. Hudson, K.C., representing  James R. Murray, Winnipeg grain  authority, whose charges made to  Premier John Bracken brought about  the appointment of the commissioner.  Under the compromise ruling,  agreed to by all counsel, the Pool  elevators will file documents, and  opposing counsel will be permitted  immediate cross-examination of witnesses. The same ruling will apply  when witnesses for Mr. Murray testify on the filing of documentary evidence.  Mr. Murray, who charged extravagance in the operation 'of pool elevators, and under-grading to the detriment of the farmer shareholders, was  in attendance at the sessions.  In the country there are 11,000  farmer shareholders, operating 156  country elevators, who are vitally interested in the probe, whieh is expected to last at least three weeks.  Both sides made clear that "a complete picture" of the pool elevators  operations must be presented.  Mr. Murray, senior counsel for the  pool, feared . it was the . intention of  Mr. Hudson to .call officers and employees of the elevators only to substantiate the charges, and not to  bring out the complete facts relevant  to the whole case.  |   , Drill For Oil  Winnipeg, Man,���������lt is understood  here that nn oil company, name unknown, will expend $250,000 in testing property In the town of St. Boniface, adjacent to Winnipeg, to ascertain. If oil exists in the district. It  was reported that a GO-day option  has been let hy tho St. __o.---?.i������_i. uouu-  ell on n block of 14 acres at a price  of $2,000 an acre.  Honored By King  London, England.���������The King invested the Earl of Bessborough, Governor-General designate of Canada,  with the insignia of the Grand Cross  of St. Michael and St. George. Lord  and Lady Bessborough had luncheon  with Their Majesties after the ceremony of investiture.  Rioting In Madrid  Madrid, Spain.���������Flying the red  flag of the rebellion, students clashed  with police at the San Carlos medical  school, resulting in the death of two  persons and serious injury to 14. Disorders had their origin in the refusal  of authorities to allow the students-  to parade in behalf of amnesty for  political prisoners.  clarcd in announcing their *ud,y_nent.  No Aid For Germany  Paris, France.���������Denunciation of tho  commercial treaty with Germany and  a decision to abstain from all financial aid constitutes the possible policy  of Franco toward Germany If she persists in carrying out an economic pact  with Austria, the Associated Press,  was Informed in official quarters.  Temperance Forces Defeated  London, England.���������Rallying after  their recent defeat in attempting to  introduce prohibition into Great Britain by act of Parliament, the temperance forces sought to curtail liquor  advertising which flares over towns  and country throughout the Isles,  but the House of Commons rejected  the move by a vote of 127 to 112.  Followed Nurse Cavell  Brussels, Belgium.���������It was belatedly learned here that Miss Anne Scott-  James, 56, who gained fame as a  nurse in, the Great War, died March  21. Miss Scott-Jame3 assumed the  mantle of the English nurse, Edith  Cavell, shot as a spy by the Germans  during the war. Following Miss  Cavell's execution, she assisted Allied  soldiers to cross the Dutch frontier.  No Samples Yet  Edmonton, Alberta.���������"Not a single  flake of platinum has been received  yet for test purposes," declared Dr.  J. A. Allan, head of the department  of geology at tho University of Al-  befta, when asked regarding reports  of a strike at Ohed, on the C.N.R.,  west of Edson.  MELODY MIKK FAN MAIL  : Wolvoa Terrorlste Settlerti  Sault Ste. Mario, Ont.���������Wolves In  largo pacha, coming down from tho  hills in Moran township, east of tho  city, are becoming such a menace  around tho scattered settlements that  foiiBhmcn and others no longer go Into  tlio woods oxcopt In numbors, according to word rocoived hero recently.  W.    N.    XL    1883  iSTo Change In Construction Program  Prince Albert, Sask.���������There will be  no change in tho $3,000,000 construction plan* of tho Canadian Pacific  Railway in northern Saskatchewan, it  was emphatically declared here by D*  C. Coleman, Winritpog, vice-president  western lines, Canadian Pacific Railway. '  Less Unemployed  London, England.���������Tho number of  unemployed persons in Great Irritation March 10, was announced by tho  govcrnmont recently, as 2,039,6311,. a  decrease of 52,104 under tho provlous  month. The total figure is 1,017,875,  moro than nt tho same time last year.  -_w Wrong i_-r_pres_-_Oi_. itugnt ne  created with the examination of  only one document or witness, said  Mr. Murray. Incomplete examination might at least cause suspicion,  and - with keen rivalry existing between pool and non-pool elevator  agents, lead to the circulation of propaganda calculated to break the confidence of shareholders.  "Confidence of shareholders is  the life blood of the Pool Elevators, Limited," he said. "It must  be maintained."  J. T. Thorson, K.C., associated with  Mr. Hudson, declared it was not intended to create any unnecessary disturbance In the minds of shareholders. Everything must be presented  fn detail, not summaries, and not  piecemeal.  Reguia Winter Fair  Three Grand Champion and Reserve  Champion Stallions Aro Named  Regina, Sask.���������Thj.ee grand champion stallions were named at tho  Regina Winter Fair. These were:  Clydesdales, "Lochtnvar," owned by  John Falconer, of Govan, Sask.; Per-  cherons, "Colmar," owned by C. M.  Rear, of Regina, Sask.; Belgians,  "Goliath," owned by C. M. Rear.  Tha reserve championship in  Clydesdale stallions went to H.  Black, of Bello Plaine, with "Cara-  doc Footprint"; In Porcherons, to C.  M, Rear, with "Rainy River Charles";  and in Belgians, to R. Thomas, of  Grandorn, with "Pnrnrjon Bill."'  R. Thomas was adjudged to have  the host gelding In the show with  a Clydesdale, winning over a Per-  chOTon, owned by H. Black.  ���������From tho far northern prairies, from city, town, village, Isolated farm  house, right across tho Dominion from Halifax to Victoria, letters aro pouring Into Canadian Pacific Railway radio offices, at Montreal, from admirers,  of tho genial old soul who sends out his message of goodwill and kindly  humor ovory Monday night. In ono day in March, no less than 1,301 such  letters wore rocoived and from 15,000 In a month, tho figure haa risen to  close on 40,000. Photograph shows a portion of tho radio department ntatf  dealing with this hugo fan mall as it comes in each day. Tho Melody Mike  feature Is declared by competent judges to too one of tho most popular radio  offerings on tho continent.  Child Had Narrow JGncape  Welland, Ont.���������A .45 calibre bullet,  fired up in the air by un unknown  person, dropped through tho- roof of  a house occupied by Mr. and Mrs.  Floryan Ohorylc, pierced tho bedroom  celling and landed on tho blanket of  tho baby's crib. Tho bullet mlBfletf tlie  child by Inches. THE   CRESTON   REVIEW  ���������^  ..���������_ ^.-.-.*^Mi"HJgw������_s______.*.'.'^^._.(WKwK_������A< - >>  :->____i__-____-_i^_______-::������������:>.9.:^K^>>:o:o.^ :_?  Local and Personal  FULL GOSPEL  TABERNACLE  fiUCpB BOJ     D!T������     PS S IflTT      FOR   SALE���������Mastad  HflUCMai      nilll     tl_l_!U!i   Strawberry plants, $2 p<  Tues., Thurs., Sat., 8.00 {..m.  SUNDAY, 7.30 p.m.  real Easier Rally  J  "Com2 thou with us and we  will do thee good!"  The new Massey-Harris General  Purpose  Tractor with the Four Wheel Drive will be  demonstrated on  TUESDAY, APRIL 7th, at 2 p.m., at  Frank Putnam's Ranch, Erickson  Buy your Easter plants and cut  H >wers in Creston. Cook's Greenhouse  ������������an supply you with anything in this  line.   Place your crders early.  on Everbearing  per 100 postpaid.  Washington'Asparagus roots, 3 years. $3;  2 years. $2; 1 year, $1.50. Regis  Everbearing. Raspberry, $3 per 100 f.o.b.  W. Gower, Chase, F.C.  Com mianity auction sales will be inaugurated at Creston this month by C.  C. Fre__i_b, with the first sale set for  Saturday, 26th. Anyone who has anything they would like sold should notify  Chas. Murrell, from whom terms and all  other information can be had.  Come and see a real Tractor  on: A.  AGENT  MURRELL  CRESTON  ������  *  >  m  >  fr-  a  fr-  ������  fr  ������  ft-  *  i  t  r  ^  _.  r  t  WHERE   ECONOMY RULES  I  "%^m mmrn^ji <Xl_-i,5-Jr___'JL  *  ���������  ������  ������  We do our best to eo-operate with our customers in every way, and we appreciate the  splendid patronage that has been accorded us  during the past year. We have our business  firmly entrenched on the established principle  of fair dealing;,. Our prices have resulted in  saving thousands of dollars to the buying  public. That you may have confidence in  every offering, no matter how low the price  is, we guarantee to return your money on any  purchase that is not sjtisfactorv in every %vay.  Trinity United Church choir is  planning to render special music appropriate for Easter at the evening service at  Trinity United Church, at which Rev.  K. E Cribb will speak on the subject,  "Immortal Law." There will be holy  communion at Wynndel and Canyon  preceding the regular services at 11 a.m.  and 4 p.m.*'  The High School Athletic Association  announce their second animal bridge for  Friday evening next, April 10th, at the  Parish Hall, with cards to start prompt  alt S o'clock, and the admission is 50  cents. The proceeds will be used to  purchase sports equipment. The  association is operating on a bigger scale  than last year.  Word has just been received of the  death at Ailsa Craig, near London,  Ontario, of Rev. J. A. James, a former  pastor of Creston Presbyterian Church.  He has been in rather poor health lor  .ome months past and the end came  attiout March 2Gth. Deceased left here  iii 1925.,. and for some time had a church  aear Lucknow, Ont.  A pastoral and educational conference  will be held io the new Lutheran Church  ora Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  "Representatives will bs present from  Grand Forks. Nelson and Calgary, Alta.  A pastoral service, with pastoral communion,  will be   held   on    Wednesday  services  wi!!   foe  in   keeping with   the  spirit of Easter.  Athletics o a much larger scale than  ever before will feature high school  activities this year. This was decided  upon at the re-organization meeting of  the U.S. Atheltic Association at the  school on Friday afternoon, at which the  following officers were cho������en: President, Frank Crawford; secretary-  treasurer, Opal LaBelle; executive,  tennis, Jean Mcureath i softbal!, Betty  Speers; girls' baseball, Dorothea MacDonald; boys' baseball, Earl Christie;  track meet, Herbert Dodd. The  association will have ita annual bridge at  the Parish Hall on Friday evening nex+.  Word reached here last week of the  death at Cnapleau. Ontario, of Mr.  Wm. Miller, a former well-known  resident of Creston, who passed away  on St. Patrick's Day. The Millers were  residents of Creaton from 1907 to 1916.  in which year they moved to Alberta-  where they remained until about 1921,  when they returned to the valley and  took up residence at Erickson, remaining  until 1926, when they moved to CLtap-  leau. Deceased was in her 73rd year,  and her husband predeceased her about  staked by Chas. Hoglund, both o?  which claims are at Canyon; Godfrey  Samuelson has staked a property to be  officially known as "Riverview," east oi  Erickson; while  registered a claim  "Lake."  John   Nygaard    has  near Boswell as the  _H_i    A ii A      a% ,0t������ m\\ tijm im% *(tkmt%\a*%m ^*\a  mmm^ mAm%mmmm\mAmm*mmm^Mmmm0  two years, both  t_ntM_v  *.    V...3*.  buried at Chap*  Creston Vail  CRESTON  sy Do-Opsrativs Assn.  Two Stores  ERICKSON  evening  j. MC  oynca. tvci -  W. Wilkening of Grand Forks. The  public is cordially invited to this service.  Victoria,  who has  leau. ^Deceased was the step mother of  Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs. Tom. Hickey of  Canyon.  H. W. McLaren, deputy mining recorder, had quite a busy time of it in  March, when six new claims were recorded��������� fiva of them in the Canyon  area The prospective mine owners are:  W. R. Long, who recorded the "Loallo,"  at Canyon; Ray Crisler, who recorded  the "Skookam." at Canyon; John  Urichuk, whose property he named after  himself, as is also the case with" claim  TRY OUR SFRViOE; YHim LIKE IT  GO TO  GRESTON  MOTORS  where you get a  Square Deal  the  year round.  SERVICE as you want  it, when you want it, at  prices that are fair to a!!.  NEW CHEVROLET  Models now on  display.  on Motors  St. at Barton Ave  4   ���������   .  v7ulcJ/'Of%  4  4  4  4  mp^���������^mpw  _-_.   otwry  mmmmmmmmmmmmmm  Buy goods made in Canads  and keep Canadians busy I  WE ARE OFFERING THE NEW  for Spring and Summer, fill priced reasonably.  They comprise  3 SaEitiie Wallpapers, Ceilings  and. Borders  Sitting and Bedroom Papers  include Floral, Conventional and  Pas telle shades.  Priced 23 to SO Cents per Double Rail  Cream and White Ceilings  at 30c. per Double Roll  m  New Pastille Ceiling  35c. per Double Roll  M mfmmftm\WmmV^mmfMmf%^t      WL __fl BP" _Pfc __Pfc    M     __k ��������� "l" fl  I        I"  CRESTON MERCANTILE  i OMPANY,   LTD.  ������__!____'''���������-���������.������____>������������������     '-���������mmmm.'--   ''':>*^'l^^ ������*__!��������������������� I i.������^  Derrick Hillary of  bcGI.     assisting.. ���������' iwV.     ocury    vi    \_rr__iiu  Forks, will arrive this week to take  charge of-theYwork of the Full Gospel  Tabernacle. Mr. Hillary was well received in Grand Forks, where his work  was highly successful Creston will  be greatly privileged in having this  talented young man in their midst as he  works for' the advancement off God's  kingdom. It is expected a good turn  out will greet his appearance.  Owing to the late shipment of the  Towner cover crop disc it has been  found necessary to hold tractor demonstration on Tuesday, April 7th, instead  of Monday, the 6th, as previously  advertised. We have been asked to  demonstrate this disc with the tractor.  Now that we have irrigation in the  valley cover crops will be essential and  there is nothing better for working these  crops into the soil than these heavy discs  with their 22 inch blades spaced 9 inches  apart to give ample clearance.  The special services at the Full Gospel  Tabernacle are very encouraging in their  increased interest. Sunday evening saw  a number of strangers in our midst and  a keen interest prevailed during the  entire service Miss Williams sang by  request, "When they ring those golden  bells for you and me.'" The ev ngelist  sppke on Heaven, answering in her  message questions which are continually  arising in the hearts of men, and pressing  for an answer. Good times are expected  during    this   coming  week  when   the  COMING!  Grand Theatre  Friday - Saturday  APRIL 10th - 11th  GILBERT ROLAND  in '.;.  "Men of the North"  A roaring Romance  of  the Northwest and the  Royal North  Went  Mounted Police  If you want Action, here, it is!  "PIRA TES���������"   a   Color tone  Revu*z.       Comedy.  COCKSHUTT and FROST & WOOD  RM IMPLEMENTS  Any up-to-date farmer and rancher knows that it does not pay  to have out-of-date farm implements on his place.  We have just received a CARLOAD of FARM IMPLEMENTS  direct from the factory in Ontario, and can snpply customers  with anything iii Equipment used on the average ranch,  Come in and see our complete stock and  ���������  ;   .-  get our-prices and terms.  4  4  4  ���������  4  i  4  I  4  I  4  4  I  4  I  ���������4  ( ���������  4  4  4 ���������  4 '  other thing we do not want you to forget is your DISC HARROW.  Is it sharp?   It does not pay to run a dull Disc Harrow.   We have  hcse at very low cost to yon.   Siring  them in.  tho   ____n .r_������Tr___rvf   -tn.  _;Koj.rj������������������  COCKSHUTT PLOWS ARE THE BEST MADE  STEENSTRUP & KEE.D  CRESTON  ___!___  The selling trade have consistent y and insistently  during the last few- months, suggested we make "and  feature a suit to retail at $35.00. Consequently we  uow introduce���������  J OHNSTON  APPROVED  35  $35  Made to  Measure  Guaran-  anteed  to Fit  I,  This suit is just as outstanding in its price range as  ROYAL YORK at $27.50  ^ JOHNSTON APPROVED 35 will be the sensation in the made-to-measure field. The cloths both in  quality, color and patter.],, backed by clean-cut bench  tailoring will revolutionize the standard of values.  To the customer who desires a little better suit  than that offered in the popular priced range, and to  the man who has been buying much higher priced  garments, "JOHNSTON 'APPROVED 85" will  appeal: It will meet definitely and satisfactorily, tho  requirements of both.  S    A    SPFFi?S  Dry Goods, Groceries.    PHONE 3    Furniture��������� Hardware  TB-OiDaaMMcaanEcesMusaD


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