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 TKS 'uBESTOBT   5&BYIBW  fc.,_-t.-A..A_,._Ik.4������_..A...  ��������� iA-iii^*--^^__^__-fc4fc-l_-->-Ar-___--iai itfL-i A, ���������  a^mmmAmt^mSkmmt^m*mm*m*mmmmmmmm������JtAmmm^m^  We are now booking orders for out'  usual CARLOAD of FERTILIZER  and would ask you to at once figure  otit the quantity you will require and  let us have your order immediately.  SULPHUR  Our 1932 stock will arrive  shortly. It is the best to be  had,  and  the   price   is   right.  ~< Local and Personal  PIGS FOR SALE���������Yorkshires, seven  weeks old, $4 each.   F. J. Collis,Creston.  But $10.20 was collected in fines and  costs at Creston police court last month.  Rev. T. Scott was renewing acquaintances in Cranbrook a couple of days at  the first of the week.  POR RENT���������Furnished rooms, bath.  telephone, electric light, central location.  Enquire Review Office.  ROOSTERS FOR SALE���������White Leghorns from R.O.P. stock, $1.50 each. J.  W. Robinson, Creston  Fernie Free Press: Miss Helen Polak  left on Wednesday for Creston, where  she will spend the weekend.  LOST���������In Creston, pair of spectacles  (nose glasses). Reward. Finder please  notify P.O. Box 104, Creston  PIGS FOE SALE ��������� Yorkshires, six  ���������weeks old, choice stock. .$4 each while  they last.   D. Learmonth, Creston.  Greston Valley Co-Operative  M.u&Fze  12  CRESTON  4*^mA^mmm^mSm^.^m^***mm*mmm*^mm^ammAm  -���������*---*��������� -ifn^-r^i^--* -_-__-__________���������  vi..  _*S  ...Week-End   Specials...  WHITEFISH, lb       14c.  OOLIGANS, lb  EXTRA SPECIAL  2oc.  Choice Babv Beei.  Buriel will be in the family plot at Creston cemetery today.  Ail orchardists should read the article  on page four of this issue and be out  for the meeting in the United Church  basment on Monday afternoon, 22nd.  The situation is serious and deserves the  attention of  all  growers.  There was a fair turnout for the  hospital benefit dance under Agricultural  Association auspices at the Park pavilion  on Friday night with music by Creston  dance band. After paying all expenses  the affair will net the hospital ab_ut $26.  At the annua! meeting of the B.C.  branch of the Canadian Bible Society at  Vancouver last week, Rev. Peter McNabb, a former pastor of the local  Presbyterian Church, was made a life  member. He is now residing at  Victoria.  BUY  WUJH  UONFiLHiNCIi J  Cj   Experienced   judgment   in   the selection   of  quality    fC  ^rf Meats, Fish, etc., make it possible fo.   our ������2  We al-  mtd  etc., make it posssi  customers to buy with confidence.  ways have a mosi complete variety for your  choosing enabling 3-011 to prepare a variety  of menus.    Our prices are aLways low.  Halibut,        Cod,       Crabs,      Smelts,       Whitefish  Forestville Creamery Butter, 4 lbs  95c  %wt_;  - -   _Rx^N.G^r.AJ-_-II&. Proo  ���������msaf^Ar  SPECIALS  1  r"i'__-_____. "*-** 7'Ni  MILK, 8 cans, tails   $1.00  Pacific,-Nestle's or Borden's  SPINACH���������Aylmer first quality ,    .25  COFFEE���������SantoV, fresh ground, 3 lbs   1,00  Our Best, fresh ground, steel cut..    ,45  SOUP���������Campbell's Tomato, 0 cans     1.00  TEA���������Our Diamond A, lb 40  BUTTER���������Tip Top Creamery, lb 25  Nu Maid Creamery, 3 lbs   1,00  BACON ��������� Home   Brand    Breakfast,   by  the piece, lb ,.,, 1,8  LARD���������31 bs., 46c; 5lbs,7oc.J  10 lbs..  1.45  VimLuiO) I WlPB n������lB___iB%l_i'_r%i^i I i _____������_���������  COMPANY,   LTD,  :?i:s>MM������;3������ifNiffi  There is a Direct Advantage in Placing Your  Printing Business in Creston  By rtr> cloiritf you may get si chance at that Printing Dollar  Otherwise it Ih roho forever.  "Shorty"   LaBelle  was at   Yahk  Sunday playing on the Wynndel hockey  team that beat Yahk by a score of 4-2,  The K.V. garage is open again for  business in charge of Godfrey Vigne who  is   giving   a   repair   and    gas   and   oil  service.  Alex. Henderson left at the end of the  week for Vancouver where he i<* taking a  commercial course in a business college  in that city.  Up to the middle of the month Creston district has had a total snowfall of  just over six feet.   This is the   heaviest  since the winter of 1915-18.  Creston Curling Club have booked the  evening of Friday, March 4th, for the  annual bridge and presentation of trophies.    The bridce of the season.  The district is experiencing another  cold dip which has lasted- for the past  week. Zero temperatures have been  registered almost every -morning.  The secondary competition -with the  local bonspiel were completed on Tuesday night with the honors in this section  going to She Chandler and Joyce rinks.  Reports from the section east of town  indicate that young trees, particularly,  have suffered considerable damage this  winter from the-activitiee of field mice.  Rev. Dr. Osterhout will be the speaker  at Trinity United Church on Sunuay  evening. He will be here on an official  visit as   superintendent   of missions   in  SC. -rrhh v  W. R. Sraudacher of Sandpoint, Idaho,  was a. business visitor here at the weekend in connection with the Kingsgate-  Eastport ski tournament on February  21st.  Albert Stewart was a business visitor  at Cranbrook a couple of days at the  end of the week, and reports that town  having a much heavier snow supply than  is in evidence here.  A bridge drive for Women's Institute  benefit is scheduled for Friday evening,  February 26tb, at the Parish Hall, with  cards at 8 o'clock prompt. The admission is 50 cents.  There was quite a good turnout for  the Presbyterian Ladips1 Auxilary tea  and sale of cooking at Mrs. Henderson's  on Saturday afternoon, at which the  cash intake was $25.  The board of trade is in receipt of a  letter from a party in Cedar Rapids,  Iowa, who contemplates putting on a  number of trucks to haul fruit to points  in Alberta and Saskatchewan.  The rather long drawn out winter is  going hard on the school fuel supply and  tenders are called for another 20 cords of  3-foot wood, bids to be in the handa of  Secrceary  Goo. Nickel by Tuesday,  The stork had a decided preference for  girls in the January delivery of new  citizens, which totalled three, and all  stenographers. There were two deaths  last month, and one marriage license  issued  The depression was not seriously in  evidence with buBlness nt Creston office  of thc provincial police for January  when the cash intake waB $2,621. Of  thin total $2,475 was for auto and truck  licenses.  A new propeller for tho CroaE-  Grubberstrom airplane came in by  express o Wednesday and is being fitted  into the machine. If rio further bad luck  overtakes them tho flyora will got away  today, probably  Prov.ncial police officer D. Haicrow of  Nclrion, who was here In the fall In connection with thei.investigation and Inquest of the Robert-. Dodda hunting  fatality, w.ib a visitor on official buslneBH  again thta  week.   *���������  ���������Twit ns wo ro to press word machos  CreH.on   or  tho  death    of   Mm.   Vic,  Pawbon   (nee Aim.c   Eycl-nnan), which  took place at Cranbrook on Wednesday,  Basketball is going strong in town, the  latest development being the organization of a league in which the high school  on [ |s playing two teams. The men and tbe  senior girls use the Park pavilion Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and the  school talent works out three afternoons  a week.  com ence his ministerial training next  month. Mr. Willis is a graduate of  Creston high school and comes well  qualified for'his chosen'profession.  NOW AT HAND  The dance of the season is announced  for Monday, 29th, at the community  hall, Canyon, under senior baseball club  auspices. Popular prices of admission  will prevail, gents 75 cents, ladies 25  cents, supper included. Creston's newest orcheftra, the Commanders, will  -supply the music.  At the meeting  1K"_--_f-_-n_*j  of   the   Presbyterian  fc*=^S<= .AtSmSHm ������V tlS_V  Byron Wiili3 was officially accepted as a  candidate for the ministry and he expects to be sent out on a mission field to  HAND PRUNERS  24and 30-inch  and  LONG TREE PRUNERS  Six, Eight and Ten Feet  NOW IN STOCK.  Come in and make your  selections.  v_j9 &i_rici3.ir  Creston Hardware  G. o_.   ������?_-������_  _j.x.������  j____-;=-  ^_^i^l^A.  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Salt Herring Salt Cod  i  __}__������-.&_���������* o n  PHONE 2  . ���������V*mmaw^af^t^amammam^^r^afrnmy^.mfmym.agfm^^.^ma  vrr^rt^rr'TmnrTT  ������'������' ^JI.������0,.^������i^J"  ___rW.ir?*3_*____PP*  W_������-U--&BMlBa������iJO_  WSY .7_*.Bn*SY  ^SNmwsC1 ��������� Y*ftf���������li*-i.. ,n-^B6>^;���������,.���������YMfffiiVY:.��������� .-:_. ������flft������.  .  i m puricu  English  DINNERWARE  We have  just received an   assorted  crate of beautiful English  Dinnerware  Willow Colored Pattern  We are offering this line at the  exceptionally low price ot  1CSS������U   S^ V Tjj^SL Smmmmmmm ^H*^^ H*_oS<^ iH    fflgjjj^ JTv   tmmSmm  c7^������    LrC^l     JL    lVl/C  JHft.  consisting of  *v* m    . _rt������ m    ��������� mil    _>���������  Tea Plates,     Dinner Plates,     Platters  Cups and Saucers..      vegetable Dishes  Fruit Dishes,   Eta wis,  Jugs  4  ���������" XP X& X^   ��������� Q/^^fJ'5!'0,A^ Sn O-*     ^   X3^    XHP  m\mmmmmm\mmmmmmmmmmmm^ -y.  ���������"������������������;.  ���������'i.  \, <  <*?.*7;  Vol. XXIII.  TP  ORESTON, B. C. FRIDAY.   FEBRUARY 26,  1932  No. 49  Sfri&tea&am  Mrs. Patinol of Cranbrook spent a  few days here the past week, a guest of  Mr. and Mrs. L. Heric.   ,.,  Mrs. Staff of Arrow C reek was visiting  with friends In Yahk the past week.  Otto McMaster of Cranbrook and  Roy Stapleton of Yahk, spent Sunday  with Erickson friends.  Miss Helen Dodds was a visitor with  CreBton file- ds for the weekend.  Mr. McCobrie of Yahk has been on a  visit with Mr. and Mrs.X.. Heric.  Mr. and Mrs. Telford. Mass Beth  Putnam, . . E% Cartwright and Frank  Putnam were Erickson's representatives  at the Kingsgate-Eastport ski tournament on Sunday afternoon.  While getting out his summer supply  of fuel at Arrow Creek on Monday Fred  Boffey had the bad iuck to sustain a  broken leg when a log rolled "unexpectedly. Andrew Miller who was working  with him, immediately rusbetf him. to  Creston Valley public hospital, and he  is now at h^me resting as comfortable as  could be expected. The break is just  above the ankle.  At a fairly well attended meeting of  the ladies of Erickson at the home of  Mrs. Putnam on Monday night it was  decided to organize the Erickscn  Hospital Ladies' Auxilary with Mrs.  Putnam as president. Mrs. A. McKeivey is vice-president, and Mrs. E. J.  C. Richardson, secretary-treasurer.  Their initial effort at raising funis will  be a bridge at the Parish Hall on Friday  evening, March 11th.  work is to commence at once. The good  n?w8 is somewhat, offset by the daily reports Matt. Clayton still continues to  send Wast Kootenay Power & Light  Company on the rise and fall of the  water in the Goat.  A unique bir hday party was staged  at the home of Mts. Nygaard on Tuesday afternoon, when she .entertained a  party of about 20 friends in h onor of the  natal day of Misses Frances Knott and  Emily Nygaard and Mrs Kolthammer.  all;of whom had birthday anniversaries  on-^he,.. 23rd. Music,, games, contests  and oldtime sociability prevailed with a  d ainty lunch to close proceeding -i. ,  Death has removed another of  Canyon's residents in the passing of  Mrs. Thomas Young, whose end came  Monday afternoon at Creston hospital,  to which .Institution she had been taken*,'  about a week previous. The Youngs  came here last fail from Trail and'have  been living on th*������ Messenger place.  Deceased was 59 years of age and in  addition to her husband, two sons and.  two daughter?, who reside at ; Trail  sufvive. Intefij_euit was at Creston cemetery on Wednesday.  idminton  Talent Winners  Have Margatiof Four Sets and  30 Points���������iGames All Won by  Rather Co ni for table Margins  ���������Mixed -Doubles are Closest  a substantial lunch and there was an  hour of sociability that was enjoyed alike  by visitors and homsters  Lister*  Mrs. P. Cherbo was. a  ton       last      Monday.  Pascuzzo.  visitor at Cres-  Also    Dominic  Norman Kjen.tad had the misfortune  to sustain a broken leg while sleigh  riding on the sch ol hill during the  morning, recess YM3,_.J������ueeday. jkJgjtj^Agfi,.  was rendered by Priffcipa! Stephens anc.  the yaung Jad was taken home and the  doctor Immediately summoned.  An amateur dramatic society has just  been formed here and rehearsals will  commence at once on a dramatic offering  to be presented toward the end of  March. A leading lady of unusual  dramatic ability has been discovered  who will play the role of heroine.  Rev. Dr. Osterhout, superintendent  of missions, was the'speaker at the  United Church on Sunday afternoon,  and attracted a turnout that was quite  the largest ever seen at a regular Sunday service.  Almost 100 of the local residents were  out on Saturday night for the Farmers'  Institute social evening at the community hall, at which community snig-  ing, games, vocal solos and duetts and  dancing were the features, the gathering  breaking up a out lam.  Tlit report is going strong here this  week that CreBton Power & Light  Company have secured the license to  develop Goat River   canyon   and   that  TO-NIGHT!  Creston   and   District  Women's  Institute announce a Bridge Drive  Parish Hall, Greston  rp si bb Iff        mmt B-B 3 B  m  Cards 8 p.m. Prompt  Admisson  50c.  R. Dennes of Trail was a visitor at  his home   here for   a day or  two   the  former part of last week.  Mrs. James S. Wilson of Atbara, and 3  Mrs. C. Neil of Kuskanook were guests j  at the home of Mrs. T. Rogers for aj  couple of days at the end of the week.      ���������  The water guage at Slough bridge  stands at���������.22. This is a drop of .10 for  the week. Sirdar experienced another  fall of snow on Sunday, but the weather  is extremely mild.  Y^^jJe|^T^er?c������--������__3^ s- visiter -s* ���������CresSoai;  last' Sunday, remaining, over night.  Miss Frances Talerico returned to Creston the same day ������6 resume ' school  studies after being confined to her home  for a week with the flu.   .  Very high water is anticipated ths  summer, with the inevitable large amount  of driftwood. To cope wit-i this menace  to the piling work at Kootenay Landing,  preventative measures are to.be taken  for the protection of the cons ruction in  the vicinity of the new bridge now in  course b������ construction.  Miss Eileen Heap made a delightful  hostess, when, on Saturday evening, she  entertained at two fables of bridge. Afc  ���������midnight a lovely lunch^was served.  Those playing werea Misses Margaret  Rogers, Gwen Wilson; Eileen Heap,  Rose and Annsc Pascuzzo, Roy Johnston, Charles Wilson and Clifford   Neil.  A most delightful afternoon was  spent on Friday last when Mrs. A.  North entertained the ladies sewing  circle at her home. Mrs. James  Wilson of Atbara, who has been unable  to attend the meetings owing to the  condition of the roads, has made and  donated a knitted bed. jacket, to be  offered as an extra prize at the drawing  of the mat and quilt.  A quiet wedding w������ solemnized at  the home of Mrs. E. Pearson, Kuskanook, on Wednesday, February 17th,  when Rev. G. Kinney united in marriage  her youngest daughter, Kathleen, to  Liicllen Settle of Proctor. The bride  was given away by Mr. S. Byaputh of  Kuskanook. Only a few friends and  relatives were present at the ceremony.  Mrs. Brown of NelBon, slater of tho  bride, Mra. h. Settle, (nee Kathleen  Pearson, arrived on Wednesday last for  the wedding.  On    Wednesday   evening   las.,  two  t)loigh loads of young people made their  way down to Kuskanook to  oftop their  heartiest congratulations to the hcW.y-  weda, Mr. and Mrs. h. Bottle. The  party repaired to tho Tourist Hotel so  kindly loaned by Mr. and Mrs. S. By-  south> where after enjoyE-ME the moving  picturem show put on by Rov. Kinney  cjancing was enjoyed and a dainty lunch  wifts laervod. A veto or thanks waa ex  tended to Mr. and Mra. Bysouth, a'no  Mra. Pearson for' mnl .big tho evening  ttuch n n������cce������fl, The beat wishes of tho  j community are extended to tho newly-  wedH.  By a margin of four sets and 30 points  the Yahk badminton talent captured the  first of the series of home and home  competitions wi|h Creston at the Park  pavilion on Saturday night. A total of  26 sets were played with Yahk capturing  ten of them for 198 points, as compared  with six winsj and 168 points for  Creston. .-..(:' i_-yJ  Accostomed to a lower ceiling at Yahk  the visitors bad/a slight advantage in  the roomier quarters, that now obtain at  Creston ( and thfewas much in ev dence  in'the men's Troubles in which Yahk  captured four of ^ihe five sets. For the  most part the sets were taken by rather  comfortable margins, the closest play  being in the mixed doubles wh������?*e a  eouple of sets wept to 12 points before  the decision was gained.   The scores;  Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Yahk, lost to  Mrs. Thomson and E.Whitfield, Creston,  16-7.. '��������� ��������� - .;���������;  A. Verch arid Miss S. Baker, Yahk,  beat W R. Long and Mrs. Levirs, Creston, 15-12.  J. Brogan and Miss Revans, Yahk,  beat F. Levirs and Miss Meldrum, Creston, 15-2. ^Tf       . ��������� ��������� '-  H. Erskine and Miss Hamilton, Yahh,  beat O. Sostad shd Miss M. Hamilton,  Creston, 15-10. s. ;  J. Hamilton and Miss Mclnnis, Yahk,  beat Tom Crawford and  Mrs. Telford,  Creston^ 15 8.   T ;.  C. Higgins and Mrs. J.Hajtiilton,Yahk,  beat T. W. Bundy and Miss Beth Put-  na3, Creston, i$������l2.  :��������� ~-iS&=F_iS'kig&'~S_-^lf_a; Anderson.- Yahk;  lost to John M.arssU>and Miss Nora  Payne, Creston, 15-10.  G. Bnker and Mrs. J. Hamilton, Yahk,  lost to Roy Telford and Misa Jean Henderson, Creston,15-5.  A. Verch and Mr. Wil.iams, Yahk, lost  to E. Whitfield and W. R. Long.Creston,  15-5.  H. Erskine and J. Brogan, Yahk, beat  F. l_evirs and O. Sostad, Creston, 15-10.  C. Higgins   and J.  Hamilton, Yahk,  beat R. M. Telford and J. P. MacDonald, Creston^ 15-10=  G. Baker and H. Pa_ker,Yahk. beat T.  W. Bundy and J. Murrell, Creston, 15-4.  Miss Hamilton, and Miss Revans,  Yahk, beat Mrs. Thomson and Miss  Putnam, Creston, 15-91.  Mrs. Williams and Miss S. Baker,  Yahk, beat Mrs Levirs arfd Mrs. C. W.  Allan, Creston, 15 3.  Miss Mclnuis and Mrs. D. Hamilton,  Yahk, lost to Mrs. W. R. Long and Miss  H. Hobden, Creston, 15-12.  Miss Anderson and Mrs. J. Hamilton,  Yahk, lost to Miss P. Foxall and Mrs. R.  Chandler, Creston, 16-9.  ' After play Creston club ladies Berved  Mice &������&!*������&  C. S. Hester, who is now located at  Kimberley, representing the Sun Life  Assurance Company, spent the weekend  with Mrs. Hester and family here.  Mr. and Mrs. A., KrygsveUl and  *_uj-.fly are again residents -..at Alice  Siding, moving: back on to the Rose  ranch from Creston at the first of the  week, after being away about a yea?.  C. Hamilton and Hector Stewart have  completed their logging operations along  Goat mountain side and have about  90,000 feet of logs on the skids. They  are now busy on a contract to supply 20  cords of 3 foot wood to Creston school.  J. G. Reimer was a visitor at Nelson a  few days at the end of the week.  B. B. StallWood of Nelson was a weekend visitor here, a guest of Mrs. Lister.  Harry Helme was a visitor at Boswell  one day last week, delivering a load of  baled alfalfa at the Thos. Wall ranch at  LaFranoe Creek.  Word from the experimental farm at  Brandon, Manitoba, Indicates that the  Powers pen of ten White Wyandottes  continue to lead the field in the matter  of egg production each week, and are  just about in the lead as to points  scored.  Col. Fred Lister, who is at Victoria  attending the session of the legislature,  has just been named to serve oh two of  the  sessional   committees,   mines  and  Monday was a busy day in the moving forestey.  line. Mrs. Erickson. moved from the  Webster place to the cottage on the  Alderson place. Tom Marshall shifted  his home from the the old Fa<r honse to  the Scotty Todd ranch house, while T.  Willis and W. A. Pease exchanged  homes, the latter again taking  residence on the Alberta ranch while  Mr. Willis is now quartered in the house  on the well known Beazer ranch.  The young people and adults to the  number of about 80 were present at a  dance in the Compton packing shed on  Saturday night that proved one o! the  most enjoyable events of the "winter.  Music was by Messrs. Ostrensky and  Tom Marshall, accordeon; Ron Smith,  violin, and Bob Marshall, drums, with  the ladies providing an excellent midnight supper.  The whist club has had full turnouts  at the two gatherings during the past  fortnight. Ori the 12th the play was at  the home of Mr and Mrs. Husband at  which the high scores were, made by  Eisa Willis and Sandy Taylor, and last  Friday Mr. and Mrs. Willis ehfsrSii&i&iJ.  the club, at which the high scores^were  annexed-- by Mrs. R. Stewart and  Ev'erard Constable. This evening the  play will be at the; j. C. Martin home  andjan added feature Tsrill be a pie eating-  contest.  With but twp exceptions all of the  original settlers were out for the meeting  at the schoolhouse on Friday night which  was presided over by Frank Baker, with  A. R. Bernard acting as secretary. Two  important resolutions were adopted, and  UP t ordered ' forwarded the authorities vt  Victoria. One of these asks that the debt  of $55,000 incurred last year in putting  in a waterworks system be cancelled, and  the other asks that the lands in the area  be revalued by a competent valuator as  it. is felt present assessments are too  high.  Klt&heBs&mm  Miss Olga Nelson left on Tuesday for  Cranbrook, where she is visiting with  her sister, Miss Esther Nelson.  TheatreMlj rGDiZi  I should faH in love with  a dame .     That's funny!  GEO. BANCROFT  in  " Rich  Bvlairs  ftp"    ii ���������     *m  Folly"  with  PRANCES, DEE  ROBERT AMES  JULIETTE COMPTON  Gold ia hia god t It gets  him whatever he wants,  until he tries to barter  to barter cash for happiness���������and learna that  there w no gold standard  for love.  A Glasier was a visitor at Nelson a few  days last week.  J. J. Grady is a patient at Creston  hospital at present.  Miss D. Butterfield was a Creston  visitor last week, a guest of Mr, and  Mrs. G. Vigne.  G. Mclntyre spent a few days last  week with his parents at Waldo.  A meeting of the basketball club was  held in the hall on Friday evening to  discuss financial standing and arrange  nights for play.  The Anglican Church service had to  be postponed on Sunday afternoon,  owing to the indisposition  of Rev.  T.  Scott.  J. B. Rudd, who have been holidaying  at Lob Angeies and other California cities  for some weeks, has returned.  A special meeting of tine Woman's  Auxilary was held on Tuesday last at  tne home of Mrs. Greig. A donation of  $10 to Christ Church, Creston, was  voted. Also a similar amount was voted  tathe Lillian Gregory fund.  The February meeting of the  Women's Institute was held in the homo  of Mrs. R. C. Eakin on Thursday last  with 3*9 m embers present, Various  duties of committee convenors were discussed nnd explained, Report waa  made of the success of the recent bridge  drive, and arrangements made to hold  another at a later date. Return of child  from Solarlnra. di.cua.ted and arrangements to be made to -tend for her when  spring opona up.  The K.K. Klub hard times evening on  Wednesday lat_t_ waa rather u K'wiJuro ������n>  far as the ladUva* hard times drmtm were  concerned, only two IndloB turning out  in hard tlmon attire. Mrs, B.  Murgatroyd won the ladies" prize and  C> WHson the1' gents Games, con tests  nnd dancing were the order of the  ovoning. Gilbert Payette won the p i  eating contest.   Tha matter ������f liavlnR a  Tuesday for  visiting with  Mrs. C. Foisy left,on  Cranbrook, where she is  Miss Mildred Andeen. ���������-  Miss Laura Andeen, Messrs. B. John-  -^&r:-Ha_-^-~y^oaii|le������' Marfcj___. En__a__������.  A. Lepage,*J__oh%nt Johnson and Leonard  -5cha__ were Kitchener's representatives  at the ski tournament at Kingsgate-  Eastport on Sunday.  Mrs. Nellie Langlois returned on  Monday from Cranbrook, where she has  been a patient in St Eugene Hospital,  and is much improved in health.  Mr. and Mrs. D. Weston and  daughter, Eileen spent a few days at  Creston last week with Mrs. Weston's  parents, Mr. and Mrs P. Maione.  Mrs. E. Driffil returned .on Sunday  from Crestcn after spending a few days  on a visit with her sister, Mrs. Geo.  Young.  Miss. Clara Hunt returned on Friday  from Cranbrook, where she visited Miss  Mildred Andeen for a ffew days, as well  as other friends.  A surprise party was Btagcd on Mrs.  D. Weston jand M3sb Sprouie on Saturday night, with about 30 in attendance. Bridge and dancing were the  order of the eveuing, with a dainty  lunch served at midnight. All present  report a very fine time.  dance on February 20th was discussed  and finally left to tho executive committee to proceed with or cancel this  dance.  V I__l \TL1 C W   ___"I__I  _.__ ���������*������ v%f Hal _ _r'__rt  mjf Mma%  y V   ���������-���������_ Mni J Mun- > m  ������m-U!i- Bids.  SRESTON  Win.  Now is the  time to  have  WATCH  CLOCK  JFWELERY  repel fed.  A N DERSO N  MJ.NAm<iW, THE   BEVIES   CTBSTtW.-  B.   ���������������  For All Who Prefer Quality  "Fresh  from the  Gardens  Industrial Brandon  Are   ^Ar e Over���������Governed?  Manitoba City Serves a Kural Population Of Some 206,000  , .Mr. W. Burton Kurd, Professor of  Economics at Brandon College, points  out in a'gfssaeral industrial report that  Brandon serves a rural population of  about 206,00") in Western Manitoba  and Eastern Saskatchewan, aided by  a network of good roads, three main  railway lines and 26 branch, lines. The  value of, Brandon's manufactured  goods exceeds ?4���������2_>0,000 annually.  These include 16 different kinds of  vegetable products and 19 from iron  and steel. Brandon's population, as  at April, 1931, was 17,776.  Considering, Ln this concluding article, some of the broader aspects of  the above subject which we have been discussing in this series of articles, it  is self-evident that any conclusion to be reached must be based upon the  effect upon (a) efficiency: (b) economy; (c) tbe individual taxpayer. It  might be possible to achieve a substantial reduction in Provincial expenditures by imposing upon tbe municipalities the obligation of providing certain  services, as, for example, the making of smaller grants for schools or  municipal roads, but this: would simply mean increasing the burden to be  borne by the individual taxpayer in his municipality in exact ratio to the  lessening of that burden upon the same individual in his capacity as a  Provincial taxpayer. Thus, there would be no gain. Or a lessening of the  weight of taxation imposed by the Province might be effected by transferring certain obligations to the Dominion, as, for example. Old Age Pensions.  But, again, there wouid be no gain because what the individual did not pay  to the Province in taxes he would have to pay in increased Federal taxes.  Any gain, therefore, must be the result, not of a shifting of the burden  from one shoulder to another, but the entire elimination of the burden.  This at once brings as face to face with the real problem. That ia, are the  people,���������that is the taxpayers,���������prepared to forego services and conveniences  now provided foy the State through taxation, and do without them altogether,  or provide them individually for themselves where possible, in order thai-  taxes may be reduced? Are they ready and willing to do without services  and conveniences they expect will be provided in days to come, and do without them until the country is more thickly populated, better developed, and  producing a substantially larger volume of new wealth annually?  Reduction in governmental machinery, whether it be accomplished  through the merging of small school districts into larger districts, combining  several small r__u__icipaiit_e_. into one, or uniting the three prairie provinces  into one large province, must result in some inconvenience to the people now  served by the smaller units- If the three provinces were made one province,  the Dominion Treasury would toe saved the payment of two of the three  gTants now made to the Provinces for "Government and Legislation." As  Federal taxpayers; we would save this money; as Western Provincial taxpayers we would lose it, but if the cost of Provincial Government was  reduced as a result, it would be money saved.  While it is open to serious question whether union o������ the three Wester:*  Provinces is now a practical  proposition,  especially when a comparison is  made   between   the   size   of   our   Canadian   provinces    (except   the   three  Maritimes), with  the much smaller states across   the  line,   or with  such  countries as Belgium, Holland, .Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Italy, or even the  larger European countries, except Russia, and having in mind the ultimate  large populations of these three Provinces, it is quite practical to effect sub-  . stantial savings^J, ?ough joint Provincial action, or in conjunction with the  Dominion.  Such action is already being taken. Some years ago Saskatchewan  disbanded its own Provincial Police Force and made a contract with the  Dominion Government whereby the Mounted PoEice now perform police  duties for the Province, thus effecting a large saving. Now Alberta and  Manitoba are adopting the same policy." The need for a School for the  Blind in the West is realized, but one such school will serve the needs of all  three Provinces for many years to come; there is no necessity for erecting and  maintaining three such schools, and, fortunately, this is recognized. We  repeat, what was stated in a previous article, that, in our opinion, one Court  of Appeal for the three provinces could handle all appeal cases, and it would  appear the part of wisdom for the three Governments and the Dominion to  give consideration to effecting such an economy.  These are but examples where inconveniences to the public would be  small while the savings would be large, and are cited as indicating the  general policy which, in the interests of the taxpayers, should be followed.  But to achieve even these reforms, and to inaugurate such policies for  future development and extension, will necessitate a larger patriotism on the  part of all, and the elimination of those local jealousies and sectional  ambitions, all those purely selfish considerations which now operate to  prevent many economies in governmental administration. All such considerations must be ruthlessly set aside for the common good of all taxpayers.  If they are not it will be well nigh hopeless to effect necessary economies,  or to prevent an even more serious condition of being over-governed than at  present exists. ���������,  Governments are not so much to blame as are the people themselves,  because Governments have acted in the past, ancl will act in the future, as  the people desire, and if thc people are actuated by petty, local, selfish  considerations, rather than by a large and fine consideration for tlie welfare  of the whole, their views will be reflected in future governmental action,  The people can and will get what they demand, and as, tn the final analysis,  they must do the. paying through the medium of taxation, it is up to them  to decide just what they want.  Gas in the Stomach  Is Dangerous  Recommends    Dally     Use    Of     Bisurated  Maone_!-s To Overcome Trouble  Caused   By Acid   Indigestion  Gas tti Die stoma el������ accompanied l������y fl  full, bloated feeling- aCt<M- ontlngr are almost certain ovUienor. o_ the presence of  excessive hydrochloric nehl iu tli������ sto������������.-  noh. crea.ltiff- sc.-.alli.d **aeld indigestion."  -\<cid stomachs are diuiBerous because  too much aeld irrilnLos the delicate iin-  h������K oC the stomal. 11. ofLen leading to  ffaatrltls aceotnpatiled by serious stomach .liners. Food ferments and sours,  creating; the distressing pas whieh distends the stomach stud hampers the  normal function* of the vital internal  organs, often affecting; the heart.  It ls the -worst of folly to neglect .such  a i.eric, us condition or to treat -with  ordinary digestive aids which have no  neutralizing effect on the stomach acids-  Instead get from any druggist a little  Uisurat ed Magnesia and take a tea-  Bpoonful or four tablets in water right  after eating. This will drive the gas,  wind and bloat right out of the body.  sweeten the stomach, neutralize the excess acid and prevent its formation and  there is no sourness, gas or pain.  Bisurated Magnesia (in powder or tablet form���������never hi liquid or mill.) is  harmless to the stomach, inexpensive  to taVe and the best form of magnesia  for stomach purposes. It is used by  thousands of people who enjoy their  meals with no  more fear of indigestion.  A Northern Romance  Seelc Lost Girl  A Promising Industry  Hundred Acres Of Peas Nets  Manitoba Farmer $4,000  One of Western Canada's youngest  but most promising industries was  closed this season on February 11.  when a final, shipment of two cars of  dried field peas from St. George's,  Man., were hilled to an eastern soup  manufacturing concern.  The Pioneer Growers at St.  George's realised a yield of 10 bushels to the acre with an aggregate  yield of 4,000 bushels, selling at a  cash price of one dollar a bushel  P.O.B. cars.  Eskimo   Couple   Elope  From  Native  Village In Furious Blizzard  People who believe the thrill of  romance runs more wildly, through"  the Mood of the people of warm  southern climates should listen to the  story of Sholeck, full-blooded young j  Eskimo hunter, who arrived at  Churchill the other day with his bride  from 4S0 miles north.  The young couple, who were united  at Churchill by an Eskimo chief, fled  from their native village far along  the barren, coast of Hudson Bay by  dog team in the teeth of the worst  blizzards that have swept the northern Arctic tundra for years. The disapproval of ths father of the young  bride and his power, as chief of the  tribe, to forbid the marriage, did not  daunt the two.  Waiting until they were positive  no one was watching them, and that  their trail could _iot be picked up in  the snow, they set off on the long  trip down the ooast to Churchill,  where another Eskimo chief would  marry them.  They arrived after spending two  weeks in travel. Food was running: low  and two of the huskies were being-  carried in the sleigh with the nice-  looking bride. The story of the romantic elopement was told to -whites  through an interpreter. The pair do  not plan to -return to their former  home, but will leave shortly for  poirts farther inland.  One of the most effective vermifuges on the market is Miller's  Worm Powders. They will not only  clear the stomach and bowels of  worms, but will prove a very serviceable medicine for children in regulating the infantile system and maintaining it in a healthy condition.  There is nothing in their composition  that will Injure the most delicate  stomach when directions are followed, and they can be given to children  in the full assurance that they will  utterly destroy all  worms.  Persian Balm is alluringly fragrant.  Adds a charming refinement to the  most finished appearance. Creates  and preserves complexions of surpassing loveliness and texture. Softens and whitens the hands. Cools and  dispels all irritation caused by weather conditions. Swiftly absorbed by the  tissues leaving never a vestige of  stickiness. " A peerless toilet requisite. Invaluable to all women who care  for elegance and distinction.  White Girl Living Among Aboriginal  Tribes In Australia May Ee  Found  A white girl who for nine years has  been living among a tribe of little  known aborigines in the wilds of  Northern, Australia was sought recently on basis pf rumors filtering  back to civilization.  Reports that thp. beautiful young  girl, about 18 years old, had heen  seen recently resulted in organization  of an expedition to penetrate the  wilds.  The reports were given substantiation by other reports which followed  sinking of tho Australian trades commission yacht "Doug? as Mawson" in  1923. At that time it was said a  woman and her 9-year-old daughter  had survived and had made their way  to. the village of the native abor-  ighes about 400 miles east of Port  Darwin. Subsequently the mother  was reported to have been killed by  the natives and the girl kept captive.  A Queer Profession  London Man Ha<1 Wide -Reputation As  Professional Toastmaster  William Knightsmith- for 40 years  the most prominent professional  toastmaster in Great Britain, is dead.  He was 73 years old.  Knightsmith started life as a dancing instructor and eventually acquired  a wide reputation for his ability to  conduct the formalities of after-dinner proceedings. Arrayed in a scarlet coat, black knee breeches and  buckled shoes���������the uniform was hia  own creation���������his voice powerful yet  decorous, he would still the largest  company chattering over coffee.  E>ust free air  does  not exist  anywhere'in nature.  Only one woman is affected by color blindness to each ten men.  Cuba expects its present sugar crop  will be over 3,000,000 tons.  His Reference  ~A Nige-rian district officer, finding  his steward unsatisfactory, discharg-  j ed him. Tom asked for a reference so  I the district officer gave him the following:  "Tom has been my steward for 10  months. He says he wants a good  berth. Anyone who is looking for a  good steward should give Tom a wide  one."  en you  Alberta Sheep  Sheep Population Of Western  Provinces Placed At 530,000  According to ��������� Dr. F, W. Gershaw,  Member of Parliament for Medicine  Hat, there are about 520,000 sheep in  Alberta, the northern sections breeding on a smaller scale than the moro  southerly areas, where extensive  ranching operations are carried out.  As one man can herd 1,200 to 1,500  sheep, that number, or some multiple  of it, constitutes an economic unit.  The sheep population of the whole o������  Canada is about 4,000,000.  A rare old grandfather clock���������the  work of Daniel Quare, ���������a famous London clockmalcer in the time oif William III,���������whose owner had not  thought it to be worth mate- than  ISO, was sold for ������425 Ln London.  Aerial photographs have shown up  the plans of aw old Irish town which  figures in. traditions but could not he  EoeEited by ground explorations,  Hubby Dear���������"That's a pori'ectly  gorgeous cant Mrs. Perkins has ���������  ancl just like yours, I wonder _f hers  is real minHc?"  WJfey  Dear���������"Probably  imitation  Thc hussy imitate,, every thing I buy,"  Another reason the radio is not to  take thc place of newspaper very mum  is that the newspaper rarely fades  out In thc middle of a good story,  Nerves A Complete Wreck  Sat Up Half The Night  Mra. John HoRo,Bark Lake, Ont,, writcn:���������"I was  troubled oo much with my nerves l wm a complete  wroK'-k.  I could not do my work,, and would havo to nit  up half the night ou account of not being able to  ������le op.  Ono clay a friend recommended Milhum'a Heart  ivikI Norvo PUto, I uand ono box nnd got roliof.  t\m\ by the time I had taleon aix boxes I who aa wall  aa evor."  Btoltll mh Mil ilvi.it ������ul g������_ui-i.I _t<.. en, or ri.nlUd dirtto. on __oi.li.. or i>.le������_ l>y l'|w T, Milbum  Cm.* Ltd,, Torotilo, Ont.  Price 50q a bo*  WrotcluMl From Asthma, Strength  of body and vigor of mind aro inevitably impaired by the viuiLuLions of  asthma. Who can live under the  cloud of recurring attacks and keep  body and mind at their full offlcieaioy?  Dr, J. D, Kellogg'.. Asthma Remedy  dissipates tho cloud by removing the  cause. It does relieve. It doos restore tlie sufferer to normal bodily  trim and mental happiness.  Infinitely Bettor  A suburban gentleman who raised  strawberries invited a numbor of boys  in the neighborhood to n strawberry  party. When they had all partaken  of the luscious berries, he said to  them "Now Waan't that better than  stealing into my garden and helping  youraelveB?" '  "Oh,  yes  air,*'   chorused  tho boys.  "And why was It bettor?" ho aslc-  od desirous of pointing a moral,  "Because," Bald a chubby toood  youngfltor, "wo uhoulcln't havo had  any nilgai* ancl cream with 'em,"  am*mm*mm*. , ... .!_���������.. ..il 0*U-m4*���������*mm,l ������������������ l^������il_WipW.l^������*^>^i..il^WM������IIWIll.ii-lll->������W^  W.   N.    U.    1030  HEADACHE ia often tho sign  of fatigue. When tomp.es throb  it's Lime lo rast, If yon can't stop  work, you can stop tho pain. Aspirin  will do it, every lime,"Take two or  three tabid.., n nwallow of water,  and carry-on���������iu ported comfort.  Don't work with nerve*, on edge,  or try nil day to forgo t Homo naggi iig  pain that Aspirin will end in a jiffyI  Aspirin onn clc> you no harm; just  lie ware that it is Aspirin with  Bayer on each tabid.  In every puokug* you'll find  proven direction;,  for lioadachcw*  colds and sore throat; neuralgia,  neuritis, etc. Carry theno to blots  with you, nnd be prepared. To block  a sudden cold on the slrcol-cnr;  quiet a grumbling tooth nt tho office;  relieve a headache in tho theatre;  npare you n sleep leas night when  nerves aro "jumping."  And no modern girl ncotln "limo  out",, for tho lime of month 1 Your  little box of Awpirl a tabids fa suro  rcltaf for all ..uch pain.  Take Aftpirln for any neho or  pnin, and lake enough to end It. It  enn't harm you, At drug ������lores  everywhere. Made in Cunada. /} H  TO   BIvjEW.   CRESTON".  xy.  a.  BAD TRAPPER  "i IS KILLED BY  Immm  v Aklavik, N.W.T.���������Albert -Johnson  finally caxhe to, the end of his. bliz-  zardy trail. The wild man of the  Arctic went down, fighting, but Canada's red-coated Royal Canadian  Mounted Police won out. . y  Battling cold, hunger, blizzards and  overwhelming odds, the eccentric trapper defied the police for eight solid  weeks, now running through the  bleak hills of the Arctic, now standing at bay and shooting down his pursuers if they came within range o������  his deadly rifle.  When his fate overtook him, Johnson was perpetrating one of the  foxy, trail-muddling tricks with which  ^he has managed to keep out of 'range  iof the police and trapper pursuers.  He was doubling hack on his trail.  This time, however, his pursuers were  too close.  He was seen by Staff Sergeant E.  F. Eersey, and a trapper named Noel  rVerville,  plugging along in advance  of the main posse. Hunter and hunted at once:prepared for a gun battle.  SCI  War Services  I  TESTING  PROGRESS  iJ.*3X ������cjr    CVUU  V %SM.  V M.AA&    JV������ Jt������.**i*     ���������_--.-_,__..-      i--.-U.*-_-.  from their toboggan.  The wild man drew first blood. As  . Hersey knelt to take aim a bullet  from Johnson's rifle struck him in the  knee, glanced up througlf his thigh  and another enterd his chest. Verville  'continued firing.  Only a few shots had been exchanged when the main police party,  hearing the firing, ran up. They opened fire at once and the desperado  went down under a hail of lead from  half a dozen rifles.  mm  While the battle raged on the  ground, Pilot W. R. "Wop" May  circled overhead in .his 'plane.'_ He  had bombs ready to drop on the trapper but could not "use them as the  posse was too close.  Ac?   eriAW   *_ es    T/WiT_ _?*.,.   ������������������.too   Villo/.     TUTov  _. _.^*    *_>������^VAA   OAK-    w x^_^._������.^.*������,__      ������. ������_^_     __***^_.^*j     _.._.._,J^  landed, picked up the wounded Hersey and flew back to Aklavik.  In all the long    years    of    police  [>vork in Canada's Arctic no other man  I has proved as tough  a customer as  TJbhnson.    The    police    casualty    list  'now stands at one dead, two wounded.    Every policeman in the district,  members of the Royal Canadian Signals   Corps  who  operated  the   radio  station here,  trapperss and    Indians  were pressed into service in the chase.  They    gave    their    services    gladly,  knowing   the   country   was   safe   for  ���������no  man while  Johnson  was still  at  large.  The  straight-shooting  hermit  carries with him to his death the secret  of  his   strange   behaviour.   Since  he  first appeared in the Rat River coun-  : try not far from where the mighty  1 Mackenzie River empties" its waters ���������  ,into the  frozen 'mass of the Arctic  iOcean he has shunned all human contact.  I.   Making his home in a little cabin  on the side of a hill, Johnson started  1 trapping. As men passed by oh  the  lonely Arctic tra!ls they occasionally  called on him, for the Arctic wanderer likes to see a fellow-man once in  a while.     But Johnson received them  coolly. He slammed his door in their  faces, and seemed to hate the sight  of other men.     A sturdily-built man  of medium height, the hermit appeared to be- about 40 years of age, He  spoke with a slight Scandinavian accent, and always appeared well-supplied with money for the purchase of  ammunition and supplies.  .   The most that ho ever told anyone about himself was that he" had  ] walked   Into   the   country   from  Yukon. ',  Thus he lived his solitary life,  in the Arctic men mind their  .business nnd when they learned Johnson's desire to be alone they respected it.  Canadian Aviators   Readv   To   Fare  Dangers In Chinese Battle  Front ���������'���������_'  Ottawa, Ont.���������Ready to face the  dangers of aerial battle in far away  China, 80 officers- of the Royal Canadian Air Force, soon to be released  from the service, have offered then  services to Li Tchuin, Chinese consul-general in Canada.  The Canadian officers, who are of-  -ferihg their services, to China, in the  battle aga"nst Japan, are being released by the Dominion Government  due to general reductions in the estimates for the defence department.  The officers now are posted at the  Ottawa, Trenton and Vancouver air  stations.  The consul-general, however, has  had no instructions from his government to engage airmen in Canada,  though the offer, no doubt, will be  transmitted to the Chinese authorities  at Nanking, present seat of government.  "I have no instructions or authority to engage any military instructors, air pilots or any other ranks,"  said Li Tchuin. "We have had many  offers by Canadians  to  serve in the  U1UCOC    cu i_-_. ,     LUUUgU    i.Ouaj _>    -->     __-������_  l.argest by any one group."  Flying Officer JT*_ N. Brooks, a  member of the group, stated the offer to the consul-general was made  entirely on the* officers* own responsibility, without any knowledge or  consent of the Canadian Government  nr the Department of National Defence.  Bandits Blaise Has!  Trio Attack Messenger In Winnipeg  and Escape With Large Sum Of  Money  Winnipeg, Man.-���������Police cars were,  cruising- Winnipeg streets seeking a  trio of bandits -who ambushed George  Ridd, provincial: treasury messenger,  slugged him into insensibility and escaped With a satchel containing $3,600  in cash and $15,000 In cheques -and"  money orders. A stolen, automobile,  used-to whisk the marauders away,  is the only clue police have to aid  them. Several thousand dollars, in  small packets, which Ridd carried in  his pockets, were overlooked by the  hold-Up men.  Ridd, accompanied by Jack Campbell,, provincial chauffeur, was walking from a side door to a. waiting  automoble with receipts from the  post office, located in the government buiHdings. As they neared the  car, two men stepped up to them and  much more progress in Saskatchewan  and British Columbia, than in any  other Canadian province.  Tidal Wave In Alaska  Maximum Working Day  Conference Will Be Called To Discuss  Eight Hour Agreement-  Ottawa,  Ont.���������The Dominion Gov-  Dr. J. A. Ruddick, Dominion Dairy  Commissioner, is   authority   for   the .  statement that cow testing has shown j ordered Ridd to hand over the satchel-  Ridd refused and attempted to run  back to the building. Anticipating  this, one of the robbers thrust a gun  into his side and pulled the trigger.  When this failed, he promptly felled  Ridd with blows to the head.  Wrenching the    bag    from   Ridd's  grasp, the,bandit joined his two con's federates and quickly fled the scene.  j The stolen car in which  they made  j their escape was rapidly lost sight of  in the _raze of automobiles speeding  their owners back from the mid-day  Catastrophe Overtakes Native Eskimo  Villages With  Great Loss  Of  Property  Fairbanks, Alaska.���������Great damage  resulted from tidal waves which  swept ov,pr the western Alaska coast  from    the    Kuskokwim    river ' delta I  northward and spread many miles in  here.  and  reported  no  loss of  life.  Word of the catastrophe seeped out  of the inaccessable section a few days  ago and Garber's account is the first  authentic word picture drawn of the  ernment will call a conference with j great mountains of ice that descended  the provinces "as soon as cond tions j upon the native villages.  meal.  Ridd  was immediately  rushed j  land, Clark 3_X. Garber, superintendent   to hospital where  his condition was  of the Indian Affairs    Bureau,    said ' reported as   fair.     The    unfortunate  He has been over the territory ' messenger    staged    a    plucky    fight  warrant such a conference being satisfactorily held" to discuss a maximum working day of eight hours  called for in the treaty of Versailles  to which Canada is a signatory. In  a listless debate, with all quarters  o__ i������__c ^>G__j_i!-_cns in genera* ��������� agreement, Hon. Hugh Guthrie, Minister of  JUstice,: ":!_n.ade his " &hnbuhc ement in'  the House of Commons. .  ��������� ,'  Debate was initiated by Hon. P.  Heenan (Liberal, Kenora), who in a  resolution advocated "appropriate action" for establishment of the eight-  hour day. The Versailles Treaty, he  recalled, had been signed in 1919 by  Sir Robert Borden, and subsequently  the eight-hour day principle was  adopted at a conference in Washington.      A question of jurisdiction had  oviopn    it>    Go-io/Iq      l-in+    a a    fh_������   *-icrV>f-_.  hour principle had been put into operation on Dominion Government  works in 1930 the Dominion administration should approach the provinces  for compulsory legislation throughout Canada for an eight-hour day. .  against overwhelming odds and only  his lapse into unconsciousness released his hold on the money satchel.-  A Peculiar Situation  the  For  own  War Strength Of Russia  Figures Given To League Of Nations  By Soviet Government  Geneva, Switzerland.���������The Soviet  Government told the League of Na-  tionss and the Disarmament Conference that the Red army numbered  504,393 men. The Red air and naval  forces, the report said, had 28,000  and  29,000  men  respectively.  The total tonnage of the navy was  placed at 100,000, including 71,000  tons of capital ships, and the air force  had 750 'planes.  The Ogpu (Soviet secret police)  guards had 45,000 in Its rolls.  Russia spent a total of 1,290,000,-  000 rubles (roughly. $645*000,000) on  all its armed forces In 1031.  The blocks of ice, he said, crushed  igloos, cabins, fish caches and destroy- j  ed flsh, the principal source of food \  for the natives. The water flooded  the ig1oos to a depth of four or five  feet, trapping the occupants who had  to escape through the skylights. Adding to the terror j^nong the Eskimos  was,the fact the. waves "came at  night, giving the natives little or no  chance to save their possessions.  He said . probably 2,500 persons  were affected, all of whom would be  in dire straits for the remainder of  the vinter because their dried fish  supply was destroyed and hunting  equipment was lost. -  Mr. Garber said he believed relief  work could be carried on adequately  by the Indian affairs office with the  assistance of reindeer1 supervisors.  !u  S. Farmers Rushing Funds Across  the Line To Deposit In Canadian  Banks  Halifax. N.S.���������United States farmers along the border have not only  been depositing their surplus cash in  '.anadian Shanks "and withdrawing  from their home-town institutions to  make Canadian deposits, but are ac-  . tually mortgaging property and rushing the proceeds across ih.Q line, according to the February 17 issue of  "The business Week," New York  Commercial Journal.  "Yankees in tlie upper tiers of  Maine, Vermont and New -Hampshire," says the publication, "are taking their money from banks to deposit in .Dominion institutions at a  j rate of $1.18 to $1.20. Here in the  {true -.Yankee  country people  see  an  BRISK DERATE  IN HOUSE OVER  WHEAT BOMJ  Ottawa, Ont.���������A "brisk clash between Robert Gardiner, Alberta Uns >  ifed Farmers" leader, in the House of  Commons, and M. N. Campbell  (Prog., McKenzie), one of his supporters, featured debate on a resolution urging- a, bonus -of $1 per acre  seeded this year to wheat. The motion was sponsored by Robert Mac-  Kenzie (Lib., Assiniboia). Western  farmers appreciated greatly the existing five cents a bushel bonus, Mr.  Campbell claimed; and he deplored  that a United Fanners' convention  had denounced it. If the government  discontinued the subvention, the  farmers would have their leaders to  blame, he asserted.  Mr. Gardiner took issue with his  supporter. The fanners who had  received the five^cent bonus undoubtedly appreciated it; hut the distribution of the money did not reach those  whose crops had been destroyed either  by hail or drouth. They believed  themselves entitled to some other  consideration, and were favorable to  a subvention such as suggested ih the  resolution. If Mr. Campbell visited  thees dried-out areas he would be in  a beter position to appreciate the distress prevailing- there. The U.F.A.  convention's resolution was fully endorsed, and would be presented to the  government In due course.  Mr. MacKenzie's resolution read:  "Whereas the policy of extending  federal assistance to western farmers on a. bushel basts rather than on  an acreage basis has worked out most  unfairly and unjustly to the residents  of those districts suffering- from failure or near failure of crops;  "And whereas a largely signed  petition and-memorandum has been  presented to the government by the  secretary of the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities, praying for additional legislation to partially remedy the situation, that exists;  '.Therefore^be it resolved: That, in  the opinion of this House the Government should give immediate consideration to a more equitable and less  discriminatory solution of this problem."  Brief speeches, delivered for the  most part by western members, characterized the debate.  Feace River Outlet  No  Justification   For   Building  Here  ���������Is Opinion Of Railway Expert  Ottawa. Ont.���������'"No western outlet  is justified for the present, as tho existing railways furnish the most  economical route," is the conclusion  of J. M. R. Fairbairn, chief engineer  of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and  his confreres on the committee appointed by Hon. R. J. Manion, Minister of Railways  opportunity for profitable trade ��������� a  thing always close to the Yankee  heart. When the Canadian dollar recovers���������as they feel sure Lt will���������they  can recall the money and cash their  profits. Meanwhile deposits in Canada  are drawing interest;' in. tlie large*:-  face value."  War History In School Bogles  Geneva, Switzerland.���������At a session  of the world disarmament conference,  Baron Yrio-Koshinen, Finland's Min-  | tster of Foreign Affairs, urged demil-  to enquire into the ', Etarlzation of frontiers,  and. Foreign  Peace River outlet. "It will take  many times the present traffic to  justify another railway outlet," says  the report, which was tabled in tho  House of Commons.  Minister Ghika, of Rumania, warmly  supported the French plan to arm. the  League of Nations. He also suggested  revision of school books to eliminate  Incitement to war.  FRANCE AND ITALY REOPEN   ftAVAL DISCUSSION  Urges Construction Of Bridge  C. It. Mcintosh Asks Royal Commission To Consider Request  Ottawa, Ont.���������Meetings "in camera" of the Rpyal Commission on  Transportation have heen held here,  and so far no further public sessions  h&ve been scheduled. At the last of  these representations were heard  from the Ontario Motor Coach Operators Association.  C. R. Mcintosh, Liberal member of  parliament for North Battleford,  Saslc, urged upon the commission the  necessity for doing something in connection with the construction by the  Canadian Pacific Railway of a bridge  over the North Saskatchewan river  nnd extension of an existing line  northward from Saskatoon to North  Battleford, Mr, Mcintosh advanced  that the completion of this line would  serve a rich and rapidly developing  country.  Continue Low Fares  Montreal, Quo.���������Low week-end  round trip ffnrcn, which hnve been offered by tho Canadian National,  Canadian Pacific and other railway  linos in tho Dominion since last summer, will remain in force after February 20, the date originally net for  tholr discontinuance, Uio Canadian  Passenger AsHocIutlon announced,  W.    W.    V.    1980  Probe Gordon Charges  Special Committee For Thin Purpose  Mas -Been Appointed  Ottawa, Ont.���������The special committee which will investigate charges  and allegations made by Hon. G. N,  Goi'don, former deputy speaker of the  House of Commons, paid to reflect on  tho Prime Minister, has been apppirit-  ed.  On motion of -Hon. Hugh Guthrie.  Minister of Justice the following  wero appointed: G. R. Goary (Cons,,  Toronto South); Onaslmc Gagnon  (Cons,, Dorchester; J. L, Bowman  (Cons., Plctou); WUHam DuflC (Lib.,  Antlgonlnh-Guyoboro); C. B. Howard  (Lib., Sherbroolce), and Alfred Speak-  ma__   (U.F.A.,   Hull  Dcei).  British Premier Takes Holiday  London, England.���������Wearing an eyo  shade and a bandage over his left eye,  Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald  arrived at No. 10 Bowntng Street, to  preside over an Important cabinet  session. He planned to go later to hia  country place, Chequers, for a rest  before a three wedes" holiday  scribed by hia physicians.  pre-  As a result of tho efforts ������������ tho World Disarmament Conference direct  negotiations, have been begun between the French and Italian delegations ta  settle their naval dlffcreneoa, French Mlnlflter ������f War, Andre Tardieu (Utt)  and Foreign Min|Hter Dlno Grand! of Italy (t%ht), have already met to discuss the aubjoct and tholr conversations are being followed up hy tho- French  und ItulEnw nav-d exj-orta, Rono Moii^U juxCl Aufiwalo fftoaao.  Iceland In Air Mull ICouto  Reykjavlk, Iceland.���������Judge Gud-  munder Grlmroson of Rugby, N.D.,  arrived here as 4* representative of  tho Trana-Amerlcan Airlines Corporation for tho announced purpose of  negotiating; for a propowed Detroit-to-  IDuropc airmail service via Iceland.  Canada.'*. Oldest Indian Dead  Nanaimo, B.C.���������-Nanooao Bob, after  whom Nanooao Bay waa named 90  year������ ago, who wai. reputed to be tho  oldenfc Indian In Canada���������hia ef,itlmat~  ed ag-o beiritf 1018 years���������Ih dead at  hia home on the inhere*, of Nanooao  mr%i-* (*-������y  MJmmga 'I'HJK   Uxiii-S'i'Or-   HJBYJLisW  Send anniversary  greetings  by long-distance  telephone  Whatever the anniversary���������  wedding, birthday, Easter.  Mother's Day���������the long-distance telephone is ready to  carry your greetings to faraway friends or dear ones.  How pleased they will be  to hear your voice over the  telephone! And how delighted  you will be. too!.  The, spoken word carries a  warmness and sincerity that no  written or printed message can  convey.  Use   the    long-distance   tele  phone     to     remember     that  anniversary.  Kootenay Telephone Go.  LIMITED  THE GRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C  Subscription:    $2.50 a year in advance:  S3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON,   B.C.,   FRIDAY, FEB   26  The Canyon Power  In his lett���������r of a couple of  weeks ago Chap. Murrell has outlined a policy in connection with  Goat River canyon development  that is sound and fair to all  parties concerned, though he is  certainly a master optimist in  venturing a definite opinion that  with a pull aH together the  actual construction can be got  under way before high water.  All will agree with him that the  completion of this project is the  greatest boon that can be conferred on the village and district  and certainly every effort should  be made to gtt on with the work.  Having invested several thousand dollors in surveys, road construction and land purchases in  the locality West Kooteney  Power & Light Company should  have first chance at undertaking  the work, but the mere fact that  they have made this expenditure  should not entitle them to any  special consideration. As we understand it the Water Act is quite  specific as to the time that shall  elapse between the granting of a  license and getting construction  under way, and the provisions of  the act shonld be enforced without fear or favor.  Identically the same treatment  should be accorded Creston  Power & Light Company, whose  application for development  rights was rejected in favor of the  We.������t Kootenay company. Should  they not care to undertake the  harnessing of the canyon, then  the water power should be  thrown wide open for staking by  any responsible patty���������and kept  wide open, subject to regulations  made and provided by the Water  Act, which should be rigidly enforced.  In some quarters Mr. Murrel.'s  idea that the village council  should stake the water is treated  altogether too lightly. The  Review believe., the village would  be well advised in taking this  action and endeavor to ascertain  just what a plant to take care of  CreHlon'n prc.8c.nt and future requirements might cont. Certainly if n plant   if lo Im.   installed it  will never be had at a low er cost  than right now, and that small  municipalities can handle such  undertakings is proven, at  Bonners Ferry where a village  not much larger than Creston is  operating a very fine hydro plant  at Moyie Falls which is six miles  from the town.  If the village finds the undertaking beyond its means it would  not be at all amis for the village  to have the license on Goat River  canyon so that in case private individuals or corporations can be  interested in the work Creston  will be in a strong position to  arrange terms upon which light  and power shall be distributed,  at least within the village  limits.  That owning and operating a  municipal power plant is. a  mighty fine investment, even in  these times of depression, is aptly  illustrated at Grand Forks where  the council is appropriating  $45,000 to put in its own plant  at Smelter Lake, three miles distant from town. At present  Grand Forks buys its * 'juice"  from the West Kootenay Power  Company  at  what looks  like a  f _���������U1������ i._  !������*VUl*aUH_*  leJLt-  uUt    witii   its   oWu  plant Grand Forks claims it  will  be able to  earn sufficient  profits,  on  the    same    consumption    as  ��������� *-������**������.���������--������%   ,i  >__x_. W 1-       -I  1fl.1  J.������/L������J.,  to   reduce  the  town tax rate three mills, reduce  the light rate two cents kw hour,  cut water rates from $4 to $6 per  year, give free porch lights, improved street lighting, abolish  monthly charge for meters, and  with its own power be in a position to pump more water and  allow longer hours for garden  watering and  lawn sprinkling.  If Grand Forks has all these  benefits in prospect as a resalt of  operating their own hydro plant  Creston might well stop to enquire as to the substantial  savings to be made with a village  \_-wncv_i    pic-ii-     aa    vuiupaieu    WStll  one operated by a private corporation so splendidly equipped  as is the West Kootenay Company.  And listen to this from the  Cranbrook Courier: "The time  for the city to seriously consider  the manufacture of its own power  has arrived. Every year the city  expends about twenty thousand  doJars in this direction. The  installation of a hydro plant at  an approximate cost of $150,000,  would make a handsome return  to the city, in addition to furnishing cheap power for industrial  plants and giving the rity, in  time, a thoroughly lighted city.  The present ci y council through  Alderman Flowers, c! airman of  the light committee, have made  the necessary application fbr  water rights on the St. Mary's  River, a move which should receive the endorsation of every  taxpayer in Cranbrook."  At a time like this when all are  being urged to make necessary  expenditures to cope with unemployment it is very questionable  if Creston village should be  niggardly in at least fully investigating an undertaking that has  great possibilities of becoming a  great municipal asset, and at a  cost that the village might well  be able to assume.  A Better Apple Market.  "By the terms of the rew reg-j  ul a tions, Canadian apples will  enter the Motherland free, with  an advantage of a ten per cent  import duty imposed on fruit  from countries outside the  Empire.  "What will benefit Nova Scotia  growers of apples will also improve the position of the Okanagan fruit growers.  "In some quarters there is a  disposition to belittle the advantages which the Okanagan fruit  growers can or will receive under  any likely form of British  preference.  "We do know that we have not  enough apples of the ^izes in demand in Great Britain to secure  the full benefit from a ^reference.  We also know that the cost of  getting to that market is such  that it wiil not now, nor ever will  be, a profitable outlet for low  grades of apples. We do know,  however, that there is a wonderful luxury market in Great  Britain and there is a tremendous demand for apples of the  variety and sizes we can produce  when we determine to do so.  "For the present it might be as  well if we give eztra study to  orchard practices which will increase the quantity of apples in  sizes which are in demand on the  British markets." *  One of the bright spots in connection with 1932 apple marketing is the new tariff of the British  Government as it relates to  horticultural products, commenting on which J. A, Macdonald,  president of the Nova Scotia  Fruit Growers' Association, said,  "It spalls the beginning of better  times for the fruit growers of the  Annapolis Valley," and referring  to the matter the Vernon Newa  ways:  J__!ectrie light users at Kimberley are being asked to to pay 10  cents a month extra tn ordrr to  raise funds to buy some needed  fire brigade equipment.  Bonners Ferry Herald���������J. F.  Van Etten, who has the Bonners  Bonners Ferry to Porthill mail  contract, has been circulating a  petition this week, urging the reduction of the grade on the state  highway close to Porthill. The  surveys for this grade reduction  were made last fall and the petition urges the cooperation of  state and county authorities in  securing the early conipetition of  the project. -  LAND FQff SAi-E  Two lOracre lots for sale or rentp  mostly ail cleared, with water and buildings.   E. NOUGUIER, Canyon, B C.  SAL.E  OF BSTRAY HEiF'ER  Came to my pJemises about December  1st, 1931, yearling; eifer. white face. If  not claimed within one month will be  sold to i>ay expenses. HARRY HELMB,  Camp'Lister, B.C.  Spring is just around the corner S Are  you ready ? Don't wait until tho last  minute. Have your car or Spray Motor  ready to go.  We have a few Reconditioned Cara  at Special Prices  CRESTON  TORS  SBE3IQN       1  __.  OT_-OT__HHgt_g|_y������.-W^-Ug^^  CANYON STREET at BARTON AVE.  ^"mJk -**-**   ^   ^   ^   *-A-A-fti_l   J_t   *ji_i_f_iiAii-liftilii4i--i iii ft   A-- A - rnXm An__fc������ -ft ii __h__ J_ __.-_ ������i__i ��������� An J_i A������ _fa������ A-_._-__.  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The TIP TOP special representative wilt personally measure you, and assist you in your  choice of style and fabric.  More than three million Tip  Top Suits and Coats have been  sold to satisfied Canadian men.  Plan to order your Spring  Clothes now.   Jt will pay you.  TIP TOP CLOTHES  Exclusive Dealer  V. BVSAWSON  CRESTON  ed districts of the Kootenai  Valley-urging the inauguration of  a barge freight service on the  Kootenai river. Many of the  farmers who have signed the petition are pledging a share or all  of their grain business to the concern which will operate the barge  line-  Fred Burrin, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Wood,  Mr. and Mra. Douglas and Billt  Cranbrook. Mr. and Mrs. E. Botterill  and family, Mr. and Mra. W. H. Craw  ford, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Botterill. Mr.  and Mrs. J. W  Dow. Creston.  with some suitable kitchen hint. The  hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. E.  Hackett, Mrs. E. Uri, Mrs, O. Davidge.  Mrs. C. Robinson, Mrs. A. Martell, and  Miss F. Wood.  Last year Cranbrook  fire  bri-  _vr_.rf___   ��������� ._ ^.*..wajvmjr\^i  .      0__      .^ __. .i... i..-. r 11 _. _*.  j������chj.o   tma-wciayiA     uc    aicl.Li.l_E_.       x lit;  total fire loss for the   year  was  $4,936.  Summerland wants the Royal  Bank to open in that town in  opposition to the Bank of  Montreal.  Cranbrook police are keeping a  watchful eye for boys under 16  who are in the habit of smoking  rti nro ������*_-__.4-4-������_ftCF  VlgUA VVW0I  To help out during the depression the Baptist pastor at  Cranbrook is taking a 25 per cent  cut in salary.  The Herald claims the January  sales of motor licenses at Pen-  tietion were up to the standard of  January, 1931.  The deep snow is forcing the  pheasants to invade Grand Forks  where some residents are feeding  the birds in tHeir backyards.  At Kaslo the United Church  Sunday school makes claim that  one-third of its membership is on  hand 50 Sundays in the year.  An East Kootenay badminton  league has been formed and there  will be a championship tournament at Cranbrook on February  27th.  Cranbrook brass band is making aome money by passing  the  hat at the skating rink at which  it furnishes free music one night a  week.  At Grand Forks the Pentecos-  tel Mission has purchased the  unused Great Northern railway  station and will fit it up for a  house of worship.  The canning jplant at Vernon  claims that of eVery 10 cents paid  for a can of tomatoes put up in  Vernon seven cents stays in the  town and distriett.  - Since installing what is known  as an "iron fireman'' Pentieton  hospital has been able to use coal  costing $2 a ton less than under  the old heating system.  IN MEMORIAM  ���������a. jr-rn-i  m.X-0  JOHN NYGARD, Canyon, js.C.  ���������-In loving memory of our dear  mc ther, who passed away February  22nd. 1926.  "Too far away thy face to see,  But not too far to think of thee.  Thy loving face is as fresh today  As the day you passed away ���������      ---���������-',  Gone but not forgotten!  Ever remembered by her loving  sons and daughters.  $DR BENT���������Furnished rooms, bath,  telephone, electric light, central location.  _3iSq_ure Review Office.    -'  CHRIST CHURCH  CRESTON  SUNDAY. FEBRUARY S3  ��������� CRESTON-^7."30 p.m., Evensong.  Wynndel WmL Meets  The February meeting of Wynndel  Women's Institute was held at the home  of Mrs. Eakin on Thursday last. The  president,. Mrs. C, Robinson, outlined  and explained the work of the various  committees. It was decided, that each  comma tee, with the aii of three directors,  be given power to act in regard to minor  business. Mrs. A. Martell stated that  $17.10 was taken in at a bridge and  whist given by the institute on February  13th. This entertainment was put on to  raise funds for Lillian Gregory's return  from the Solarium. Wynndel Woman's  Auxiliary donated $10 for the worthy  cause, and were tendered a hearty vote  of thanks. Ways and means oi raising  funds were discussed and adopted. The  roll call was answered by each member  Lutheran Church  REV. C. BAASE, Pastor.7  7.30 p.m.���������Evening Service'*'  10.00 a.m.���������Sunday School.  ��������� 11.00 a.m.���������Service in German.  Un���������/'���������*3.1/ w elcome.   TJnchu_|c_ied  specially invited.     j^.  A/OT/C  ii.  Isabella Elizabeth Fleetwood, deceased.  TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims against the estate of Isabella  E. Fleetwood, late of Creston, B.C., are  hereby required not later than the 27th  day of March, 1932, to send to the undersigned particulars of such claim, duly  verified, otherwise the Executrix will  proceed to administer the estate without  reference to any claims of which she shall  not then have had notice.  Bated at Creston, B.C , this 18th day  of February, AD. 1932.  W. LINDEN BELL,  Solicitor for the Executrix,  Creston, B.C.  W  ft  H.S. Team Wins Again  The High School "A" team continues  to lead the girls basketball league scoring the second win of the season on  Thursday   night   last at  Park   pavilion  when tha count was 15-10 in their favor  in a game with the Churns senior girls  team, with E. Marriott in charge of proceedings.   The players:  Chums���������Mrs. Levirs (captain), Mrs.  A. E. Davies, Ruth Cartwright, Marie  Walsh. Alice LaBelle, Jean Henderson,  Nora Payne. Jospphine Pedersen.  High School "A"���������Betty Speers  Nellie Payne, Irene Bourdon, Opal  LaBelle, ��������� Hesper Lewis, Molly Moore,  Kate Payne, Elizabeth Armitage, Mary  Abbott, Agnes Crane.  Old and New  J^j Photos of  Creston  Displayed in  Our Window  ft  ft-  give   a   record of  Creston's progress.  Vff_������  \n  T  7      A\mJmmm*\m*m,      .  "SNAPSHOTS a.^  &,  Summer with the new VEKICHROME  FILMS  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  ft  ft  THEREXALL  STORE  GEO. H. KELLY  Mrs. Paulsen Buried Here  C  OUR K.B.O. BROADCAST  Snowshoeing has been revived  at Ka-Blo,  Cranbrook United Church has  a membership of 218.  At Bonners Ferry electric light  rates are being  cut 5   to 18  per  cent.  Veanon claims that 90 per cent.  of 1931 'taxes��������� wero paid on, due  date.  21,841 books were loaned at  the Vernon public? library last  year.  Vernon council is considering  having an expert re-asses the  town,,  The United Church Sunday  Btflnool at Kimberley has a staff of  12 teach era,  Kaslo council will economize at  the expenae of the town hospital.  instead of annual grant of $800  the coutK.il will just pay 70 'et-rjtaper day on any town patients.  At Nakusp the Legion is erecting a new hall, with practically  all labor donated. t  Penticton's electric light department showed a profit of  $14,000 last year,   ,  At Bonners Ferry ihe 1932 tax  rate will be 20 mills, a reduction  of two mills over 1931.  Records kept by the Pentieton  Eublic library whowa that  1.7,000  ooks were loaned in 1931.  Vernon had $94,000 of. building  permits in 1931, as compared  with $49,000 the year previous.  The S.I. Hail way is to build a  new bridge across the Kootenay  River at Bonners Ferry this year.  The fire loss at Vernon for 1931  was $86,800, according to the  annual report of the fire brigade.  Contributions to Cranbrook  United Church for 1931 showed a  gain  of $700  over  tho previous  year.  Bonners Ferry Herald: A  putitioik .a being circulated  among tho farmers of tho reclaim-  Many Creston citizens were at the  Presbyterian Church on Friday morning  to pay their laBt tribute of respect to the  late Mrs. Vic Paulsen (nee Annie  Ryckmnn), whose death took place at  Cranbrook earlier In the week, with  burial in the Ryckman family plot in  Creston cemetery. Thc nervtccs were in  chargo oC Rev. McLean Bell of Cranbrook nnd Rev.W. .T. Cook, local pastor,  with M. J. Beninger, ������3. A. Speers, IS.  Botterill, M J. Boyd, Perley Putnam  and E. E, CiirtwriR-it officlatinc >w  pallbearers. Deceased was in her SOth  year, and was a native of Waterdown,  Ontario, coming to British Columbia  with her pnrr>ntf������, who onnw here from  Cranbrook in 1&07, with deceased  attending the local public and high  nchool nt Creston. She was married at  Creston |n 1D17, nnd continued to reside  /bore for a couple of years, Binco when  tho Paulson's hnve mado their homo at  Cranbrook, tho late Mrs Paulsen being  in fftlHiig health foir nomc. yenr������ pnmt.  In addition to her liUBband, a daughter,  Esther, and son, F rod J survive.   Those  ending floral remembrance.) wero Ernie  and Ella, Fred and Doris, Art and  Oil vo, John and Bessie, Divisions 1  0, Central  school; Mra.   Downey  Banking by Mail  "yOU may safely send your deposits  :*��������� to tiiis bank by mail* Every deposit  by mail will bev given careful and  prompt attention, and you will receive  an acknowledgment by return post* 39s  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  HEAD Oi=PBCE - TORONTO  CRESTON        -       -        - J. S. W_ CLOWES, Manager  Branches al Nelson, Invarmera, Cranbrook, Fomfo  S3SS  waa  AUnkt.   Knlghtr"ffi   BuclrieBra,   Mr.  Mra.'  B via, Waltora & Itatcliffo,  WiieoUir, Mk'n.   Nelly ami  family,  and Mve.  F. W.   Shulo, Mr.   and  and  ancl  and  Eric  " M>,  Mrs.  Do Not Lose interest  ���������by   delaying:   to   deposit   your  B.ivmyiB*  you  cannot   visit  us   personally,  flcxid your deposit & by mail.   Have  the satisfaction of knowing that your  money   is   safely   protected   and   ia  earning interest regularly.  A30  TOE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up ^20.000j000  Reserve Fund $20*000.000  Creaton Branch  H. J. Forbes, Manager THE   REVIEW.   CRESTON-   S.   ���������X  Bakte  _____y_^@I1tJ^  liiipiiiiii  EJ^e���������SI������*_  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  ,>���������.. FEBRUARY   28    .  JESUS   RAISES   .LAZARUS  THE DEAD  FROM  Golden Text: "I am the resurrection and the life; lie that belisveth  on Me, though he die, yet shall he  live*'*���������John 11.25.  Lesson: John 11.1 to 12.11.  Devotional Reading: 1 Corinthians  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  It would cost $2,193,000 to construct the Mafeking cut-off in Manitoba to the Hudson Bay Railway, the  House of Commons was informed.  More than $10,000 has been raised  l-i-LT Pale.  _mt   r^+\in__<__������   -rt  o.r.   #hotr   &_r"pf-h_.  __>������       ^_. ^ .1. g. <^^_   >        S������/.*UA^-3_      W^#    ���������C*'* ^���������     ���������.���������������������������V ������������������       w   ������������������ ������������������  ren in China defend the nation  against the Japanese.  Immigration from Canada during  1931 dropped 77.1 per cent, compared  to the previous year. A total of 31,-  S77 Canadians were admitted,  Ferdinand Edouard Buisson, 91,  long a noted worker against war and  holder of the Nobel prize, died a  short time ago at Beauvajs, France.  The last of three, royal air force  aeroplanes, forced down in a blizzard  in the Syrian desert, was found north j ai������ believing on Me shall live through  of Inxtan, with all the occupants safe, j My  life-giving power;   and  over the  Explanations and Comments  Jesus Talks With His Disciples  About Going To Bethany, verses 7-11.  ���������"Let us go into Judea again," said  Jesus to His disciples, but they  remonstrated with Him because of  the danger, for the Jews there had  so recently sought to stone Him.  Jesus answered them that His life  was safe as long as Cod had work  for Him to do, and added that he  must go to awaken .Lazarus. His disciples took His words literally; if  Lazarus was sleeping, he would recover. Then Jesus told them plainly  that Lazarus was dead; for the sake  of their faith, He said, He was glad  he had not been there. Now they  must go with Him. And despondent  Thomas said loyally and bravely to  the others, "Let us also go, that we  may die with Him."  The Meeting Of Jesus and Martha.  verses 12-27.���������When Jesus reached  tbe neighborhood of Bethany, Lazarus  had been in the tomb four days, for  burial took place on the day of death,  as it still does in that land. Martha  met Him on the way and exclaimed  in her sorrow, "Lord, if Thou hadst  been here my brother had not died."  And then she added, "Even now I  know that whatsoever Thou shalt ask  of God, God will give Thee." "Thy  brother shall rise again," returned  Jesus. "Yes, in the resurrection at  the last day," Martha answered, but  she found little comfort in that  hope of the far-distant future. I am  the Resurrection and the Life,"  solemnly Jesus affirmed;  "those -who  Too SlcR for School  ,���������, _  &*$. Dow Says Dr. Williams' Pink  Pi!!s Restored Daughter to Health.  "My daughter was  rundown in health,  took weak sjpells and  could not go to  Never  Misses Day  From School  school," writes Mrs.  Asa Dow, Bort Daniel TWest, Quebec.  "While visiting her aunt, a friend told  h*r about a little girl in similar condition who had been completely restored  to health "by Dr. Williams* Pink .Pills.  My daughter has since bfcen taking the  Pills, and they have certainly made her  stronger. She has lost that tired, sluggish  feeling and has never missed one day's  school 9ince September. The Pills also  gave her a good appetite; her nerves are  better and site has more pep. I recommend Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to mothers  of daughters with similar troubles."  Bon't let anaemia rob your growing  daughter of health and vigor, Give her  Br. Williams' Pink Pills. They are no  temporary relief. They banish the condition by creating new blood which imparts health, vigor and vitality. Equally  good for all rundown or nervous conditions.  At your druggist's,. ~50c.       ^  Extend Library Privileges  r ������������_.-,_ _i  Fine  Laboratory Plant  Has   Been   Completed  Public .___,:_ rary Commission For ssaS'  katchewan May Be Established  Establishment of a public library-  commission for Saskatchewan, with  the co-operation of the Carnegie institute, is ai development which may  be expected'in the province within the  next few months..  .'':^^ce������lt.yj;Yr(_^esentativ!e_;Y-of -��������� .the  Carnegie institute Visited'JRegina and  met members of the. provincial goj-  em__ten|,;.;:tod it^was learned|that ��������� con^  stderatic. n."yis .now'-being given to ai  plan which would bring to the residents of all the rural sections a book-  lending system not possible at present.  The plan, it is learned, provides  for a substantial financial grant from  the Carnegie institute to the province,  controlled by a commission in charge  of the library extension work. This J,  conaxnission would work in co-operation with the open-shelf library and  travelling library branches of the  provincial public service and the system would permit the distribution of  books into every rural section of the  province.  Creamed Soups / J  C-Ma_edCelery_On3oR.  Tomnto, A������p*raeu������������������a  m*ny other creamed  ��������� oupi, together with  over 100 other delightful rect^et are described in onrnewPREE  'cook book, "The Good Provider." It d*_-  cribei. how flavor z* improved and how  countless dishes can be made with���������  "B<m4&nb  ST.CHARLES   MILK  UNSWEETENED EVAPORATED  Bt.d7l3  1  I  Borden. Co.. Limited  115 George St., Toronto  Send roe a free copy of your new  cook book.  Namt..........................  Address.,  There are more    than    100    c&ndi-  eternal life -within the living who believe on Me,    death    shall    have    no  dates in line for the 10 travelling re- j dominion. Believest thou this?" "Thou  search fellowships to be awarded this  spring by the Royal Society of Canada.  The shipping world understands a  art the Christ, the Son of God," answered Martha; His power, she would  not limit.  'The   Meeting Of  Jesus* and Mary,  verses   28-32.���������Martha  hurried  back  situation has developed favoring a \ to Bethany to summon Mary with  profitable deal with. Canada whereby I *&K glad words, -The -Teacher is here,  ������.      _. *-������ -_. - r_������       -_. ���������...���������! ana    caiietn    thee."       When    Mary  Great Bntam would exchange British j started up quickly to meet Jesus, her  coal for Canadian wood. (friends  (some of    them    were    from  Mayor Davison has been informed ! Jerusalem), thought that she was going to the tomb of Lazarus to weep  there, and they followed her. On  reaching Jesus  she "fell  at  His  feet  BuildSng  At  Ottawa To  Be  Opened  This  Spring  Theoretical science will be linked  to the practical demands of commerce and industry by the new $3,-  000,000 laboratory plant of the National Research Council, built and  equipped by the Dominion Government, which will be put into service  soon and will be> formally opened with  appropriate ceremonies in the spring  during the annual meeting in Ottawa  of the Royal Society of Canada.  The dominating purpose of the National Research Council is to provide  the necessary link between "pure  science as taught in the universities  and the scientific requirements of industry; in. other words, to find a practical value for applied science. Although much has been accomplished  in the past, the work of the council  has been limited by lack of adequate  facilities. "That difficulty is now being  removed.  Ca_iaif!Ia__ Wheat Experts  the Royal Canadian Mounted Police  force will not police the City of Calgary. This will be up to the city  police   force.  and  spoke    the    same    words    that  Martha had spoken, the thought that  _ . .    ,    ,    , ... ,       had  been in  their  minds   constantly  An autogaphed    letter written    by i since t^,. brother's death,  "Lord, if  Lord Nelson to the lords of the ad-   Thou hadst been here."  miraity five weeks before his death  when auctioned recntly briught about  ?100.  Dr. Hugo Eckener announces the  Graf Zeppelin would make four trips  to South America during March,  April and May. Six other trips, as  yet undesignated as to termini, are  planned.  Eskimos Quite Modem  Have   Radios,   Like   Jazz,   and   Play  Contract Bridge  A little while ago an eminent traveller and explorer assured us that the  Eskimos do not live in snow igloos.  Now comes the Bishop of the Arctic  and assures us that the Eskimos play  bridge���������and contract bridge at that.  Well, there is, after all, no reason  why Eskimos should not play, contract bridge. They have radios and  they dance jazz. They have a sense  of humor���������and a good bridge player  needs that. They are not given to  sudden fits of anger���������and that is a  good quality in contract bridge.  Try Lydia G. Pinkhwn'S V_a������tablo Compound  mnd'l  mammamM  The Sorrow Of Jesus, verses 33-37.  ���������Jesus was troubled by Mary's weeping and that of the Jews who had  come with her. "Where have ye laid  him?" He questioned. "Come and  see," they returned. Jesus wept. His  tears were an expression of that divine sympathy which draws all sorrowing hearts to Him.  Jesus Restores Lazarus To Life,  verses 38-44.���������The tomb was a cave  with a stone before the opening:  Jesus ordered the stone to be removed, but Martha objected, reminding Jesus that Lazarus had been dead  four days and. by this time the body  was decaying. Jesus was now face  to face with the impossible, she  thought; death and corruption had  made His healing power of no avail.  "Said I not unto thee," exclaimed  Jesus, "that if thou believest, thou  shouidest see the glory of God ?" The  stone was taken away. And Jesus  lifted up His eyes and said "Father,  I thank Thee that Thou heardest Me."  His prayer for power had been offered, perhaps when first He heard of  Lazarus' sickness, and now He is  sure that God has answered that  prayer, sure that He can bring  Lazarus back to life, and in advance  of doing this Ho thanks His Heavenly Rather for hearing Him. "I knew  that Thou hearest Me always," continued Jesus, "but because of the multitude that standeth around I said it,  that thoy may believe that Thou didst  send Me."  Then with a loud voice Jesus cried,  "Lazarus, come forth," And Lazarus  came forth.  DRAPERIES MADE NEW  "When  we   resumed   housekeeping  a  month ago I found my draperies had  become creased from packing. I hung  them out on the line, hoping to  remove the creases. Then I forgo;  them. The result was they became  badly faded and sun-spotted.  "I was heartsick until the happy  thought struck mc to dye them. I  just dyed them a deeper green, and  as I used Diamond Dyes they look  gorgeous and new. I have never seen  easier dyes to use than Diamond  Dyes. They give the most beautiful  colors���������when used either for tinting  or dyeing���������and never take the life  out of cloth as other dyes do."  Mrs. J.P.T., Montreal.  Summary Of Movement Of Grain To  United Kingdom Given In  Report  Wheat exported during the month  of January totalled 9,472,346 bushels,  valued at $5,817,082, compared with  9,608,862 in January, 1931, valued at  $6,430,682, according to a report issued bjF the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. The amount sent to the  United Kingdom was 5,289,568 bushels compared with 2,818,988 bushels  in the corresponding month of last  year.  In the six months ending January,  1932 the total wheat export was 104,-  450,432 bushels, compared with 138,-  297,729 in the same month of 1931.  Wheat flour export in January totalled 331.S06 barrels valued at $1,-  171,870, compared with 392,256 barrels at ?1,558,509 in January, 1931.  The six months export was 2,896,805  barrel-, at 59,970,107, compared -with  3,961,694 at $17,714,234 -i^_ the same  period a year ago*  BABY'S OWN  S@_4P ~  It's BesifopYou -.ndBobii ioo  S_5__  ATE Pi TS  A    List    Of   "Wanted   Inventions'  X*ull Information sent ITreo Ox_ Ztequea^  lite RAMSAY Q@.  Dept,  273 BANK ST.  ������b������_������W_������_   Onfe  Scientists Are Busy  Scientists of nearly a score o������ nations are completing arrangements  for the widest investigation ever made  into the scientific and meteorological  mysteries of the polar regions. The  second "polar year" begins August  1 next, and a group of "weather*  men." in Toronto are toiling daily to  conclude details of the great part  Canada is to take in the new invasion  of the top of the world.  FgJi Terribly Nervous  Fagged out. . , always melancholy and  blue. She should cake Lyclia E. Pinlc-  liam's Vecemble Compound. Irs conic  action builds ������������p the system. Try it.  y AI?IfgWI7 VFINS  Write for complete Information  nbout ELASTO���������the new treatment  for varlcano velna, varlcoao ulcer.1 and  other Iflg cll-iorcler.!. Free unmp.o and  interesting booklet po.it free on tn-  queat. Tho Now Era Treatment Co.,  Limited, Dept. 103 J��������� 4IV5 Craig St.  W��������� Montreal.  W-   ������f_    U.    HMW  An   Interesting  Discovery  Petrified Apples Have Boon Found By  Farmer In Alberta  While fossilized palm leaves, flgs  and flg leaves have been uncovored in  southern Alberta, ns proof that  around 70,000,000 years ago this part  of tho west was a tropical land whore  tho dinosaurs roamed, yet lt was not  until last month that petrified npplofl  Irnvp been unearthed.  This dlnoovery was made by n.  farmer digging a well in tho Olda  district, who unearthed petrified apple, on n petrified branch of tbo ancient tree. The Calgary museum  lia.M been notified of tho discovery nnd  Uio well han boon refilled with earth  to await further excavation worlc by  ( experts. In this branch of reooaroli.  The Ownership Of Trees  Classed As Real Estate Of Town Or  Village  Who owns the trees that flourish  on the streets or on the roads of a  municipality? They are the real estate of the town or village or township, and as such may not be disposed of by the ipse dixit of a councilman, nor by the whole council  except under the strict rules that are  laid down for the disposition Of other  town property. Trees may improve  the value of property along a street  so that the owners would receive a  distinct loss by their removal. The  laws of England, of most of the  States of tho Union, and of Canada  give protection ta the owners in such  a case. Of course, trees may bo removed for ai?_ important public reason.  Captain Kidd, the pirate, was sent  out from England to capture pirates  and turned pirate himself.  Great Scenic Highway  Upwards of 2,000 men are now" employed in the construction of a great  scenic highway through the Canadian  Rocky Mountains. " Some ten campsi  have been established between Jasper,  Alberta, and the Great Divide, and  gangs of men are working out from,  them clearing the right-of-way. Tho  noad, which in a general way is part  of - the trans-Canada Highway  scheme, will be the finest scenic high.-  way in North America.  For Quick Relief fr������m>SS  COUOHS & COLDS  TAKE  MIXTURE 0  very first sip of this potent,  pungent, penetrative mixture  gets results.  ACTS  LIKE A FLASH-  ASINGLES!P  PROVES 8TI  M-12  t-K-x-:-x-:_  mom  S__.3^_  tSSSSK.  ���������������  BBT j������ BaT B9 WPJjjiy iS_53_l   _H  ������������������err  _. '������-_  SI,,.,,  _?_J.5>&8!K-.  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She laughed and retorted impertinently:  "I'm sure x'm. grateful to the bigger boy who, came to the rescue."  Therd was something quite unconsciously provocative about her as she  stood there with ione foot poised on  the planking, her head thrown back  a trine to meet his glance, and a hint  of gentle raillery tilting the corners  of her mouth.  The cave-man woke suddenly in  him. He^was conscious of an almost  irresistiblei impulse to take her in his  arms and kiss her. But the conventions of the centuries held, and all  t Jean knew of that swift Hare-up of  ��������� desire in the man beside her was that  the grip of his hand on hers suddenly tightened so that the pain of it almost made heu cry out.  And because she was not given to  " regarding every unmarried man she  met in the light of a potential lover  ���������as some women are prone to do���������  and. because,    perhaps,  her thoughts  were   subconsciously  preoccupied ��������� by  a lean, dark face, rather stern and  weary-looking as though from some  past  discipline  of  pain,   Jean  never  ���������. ascribed  that fierce rpressure  of������-the  hand to its rightful origin, but mere-  r ly.rubbed her bruised fingersYsurrep-  Ytitiously and wished    ruefully    that  } men were not quite so muscular.  "1*11 go with you tip tb the house,''  remarked Burke, without any elaboration of "by your leave."  She was privately of tne opinion  that her leave would have little or  nothing to do with the matterr'If this  exceedingly autocratic and masculine  individual had decided to accompany  her through the park, accompany her  he would, and she might as well make  the best of it.  He was extraordinarily unlike his  sister, she    thought.    Where    Judith  WIFE WAS Hfr-  No Longer Attractive  Lost Husband's Love  Tlie above headlines appeared in a  New York newspaper, in connection  with a divorce trial that has attracted  wide attention.  *' She was a beautiful woman," one  witness testified, " but she got too fat  and is not attractive any more."  . Thousands of women are getting  fat and losing their beauty ��������� just  because they do not know what to do.  If you arc fat, why not do what  thousands of women have done to get  rid of pounds of unwanted fat ? Take  one half a teaspoon of Kruschen Sails.  in a glass of hot water every morning  before breakfast, nnd keep it up for  SO dayis. You can help the action of  Kruschen by cutting out pastry and  ffntty meats, nnd |?oing light on potatoes,  butter, cream ami sugar. Then wcigh  youvsolf nnd see how many pounds you  nave lost.  Now yoij can laugh at the people  who pay hundreds of dollars to lose a  few pounds of fat, and you will know  that the ������ vitalizing salt- of Kruschen  have presented you with glorloua health.  FREE TRIAL OFFER  If you Imiv������ never tried Kninchcn���������-try it now  at our cxj.ci.n-. Wc have dl-trlbuterl a crrnt  many ope clul "GIANT" packmifen which make  It eiwj. for you to prove our clntm for youriwlf.  Auk your druaglat for tlio new .'.'GIANT'.; '/tic.  TUIh coivb!. ta of oiirr-Biilnr 7Se. bnttln towi. Ii* r  <t<rit It n������ttitarat������ trial Im-HIc���������nnfllclent for about  one week. Open the trial bottle -krtrt. put It to  tbe tent, nnd then, If not entirely convinced that  Kranchen tinea everything weclnlin it to do, the  reaulnr liqttle.In ntlll mi good an new. luke It,  Itnck.   Your ������li.iffl.l.t (a n.itliorlnetl "to ratum  _mr 75c, Immediately and without ciuentlon.  oa liave tried'Kriincbcn free, at our expeiine.  " ut could be . fairer?.   Mftmijnct nred. by  Crmt.hn IIunheB, Ltd., M-mclieater,.Kni..  Craig would probably seek to attain  her ends iri a somewhat stealthy, catlike fashion, Burke would 'employ the  methods of the club and battering-  ram. Of the two, perhaps these last  were preferable, since they at least  left you knowing what you were up  against.  "Will you come in?'! asked Jean,  pausing as they reached the house.  "Though I'm afraid everyone is out."  "So much the better," he replied  promptly. "I'd much rather have tea  alone with you."  "That's not very polite to the  others"���������smiling a little. "I thought  ihe Staple people were old friends of  yours?"  "So they are. That's exactly.it. 1  felt the mood of the explorer on me  this afternoon."  "You're one of the people with a  penchant for new acquaintances,  then?" she said indifferently, leading  the way into the hall, where, in place  of the great log fire of chillier days,  a bank of growing tulips made a  glory of gold and orange and red in  the wide hearth.  "No, I'm not," he returned bluntly.  "But I've every intention of making  your acquaintance right now."  Jean rang the bell and ordered tea.  "I think perhaps I might be consulted in the matter," she returned  lightly when. Sain.es had left the  room. "The settling of questions of  that kind is usually considered a woman's prerogative. Supposing" ���������  smiling���������"I don't ask you to tea, after all?"  Burke remained coolly unprovoked.  "I can't say I've any quarrel with  the young r^ffians,'^ he said. "They  afforded me a charming afternoon."  "Doubtless," retorted Blaise. "But  that's hardly the point. Any&ay" ���������  heatedly���������"I'll thank you to see that  VixbiS: Isuds are kept in hand for the  Ivsiui^".,..y'^^,yy:^y"yy..,  Jean glanced across at Burke with  some apprehensiony half fearing a. responsive explosion of wrath on his  part, but to her relief he was smiling  ���������a. tiwlnkling( mirthful smile that redeemed the ugliness of his features.  "'Fraid I can't truthfully declare  I'm sorry, Tormarin," he said good-  humouredly. "You wouldn't in my  place."  The man was keeping his temper in  the face of considerable provocation,  ������u_u.    uSau    _.__!������__     -i_-_i     uct.i.6-     &_     UJ&L  moment than she had done throughout the entire afternoon. Tormarin's  own attitude she quite failed to  understand, and after Burke's departure she took him to task for his  churlishness. '       ���������  "It was really absurd of you,  Blaise," she scolded, half-smiling,  half in genuine vexation. "As if Mr.  Burke could possibly he held respon-  sivle for the actions of a mischievous schoolboy! At least he did all he  could to    repair    the    damage;    he  .*  Xm+niioren s  Mothers testify that BABY'S OWN TABLETS are invaluable  for children's head colcls and feverish colds.  "At the first sign of a -cbld,"Writes Mrs!  Isaac Kellar, 4 Shaftesbury Place, Toronto j "or if the children have been out  in damp weather, I give Baby's Own  Tablets,and they arc all right again the*  next day."  Mrs. Albert E. Knowles, R. R. 3, Gran-  ton, Ont., writes: "Baby's Own Tablets relieve colds so easily���������I wouldn't  be without them if they cost twice as  much."  Mrs. James O'Connor, Godfrey, Ont.,  writes: "Baby's Own Tablets are wonderful for children's colds and fever."  DR.  WILLIAMS'  Mrs. Prank A. Tallen, Harrowsmith,  Ont., writes: "It was nest to marvellous, after giving Baby's Own Tablets,  how quickly the fever disappeared."  When-you see-your -child with a cold  coming on, don't lose any time in giving Baby's Own Tablets. They are  effective, also, for teething troubles-,  colic, constipation, vomiting, sleeplessness, and whenever a child is restless  and fretful. Absolutely SAFE���������see the  analyst's certificate in each 25 - cent  package. Over 1,25G,000 packages sold  in 1931. 222  lAllilMiiM  Make  and   Keep  Children We!!���������As Mothers  Know  your 75c, Immediately nnd without Qtientlcm  Vou have tried'Kronen  whut could..be  B, Orimt.hn Tliinl....,   - .���������     _  JLUUi 'rorcnta.    !,  W.   N.    TI.    .1.01W>  There, was a smouldering fire in the '  glance he  bestowed upon  her  vivid  face.    :" -���������"���������;���������'"������������������'- "���������-  "It 'wouldn't make a bit of difference���������in the "long, run," he replied deliberately. "If a man makes up .his  mind he can usually .-get his own way  ���������over most things.". >  "You can't force friendship," she  said quickly. It was as though she  was defying something that threatened.  Again that queer gleam showed for  a moment in his eyes.  "Friendship ? No, perhaps not," he  conceded. ������  He said no more and an uncomfortable silence fell between them.  Jean was suddenly conscious that it  might be possible to be a little afraid  of this man. She did not like that side  of him���������the self-willed, masterful  side���������of which, almost deliberately,  he had just given her a glimpse.  With the appearance of tea the  slight sense of tension vanished, and  the conversation dropped into more ordinary channels. She discovered that  he had travelled considerably and was  familiar with many of the places to  Which, at different times, she had ac-  companiCfi her fathe r and mother,  and over the interchange of recollections the little hint of discord���������of  challenge, almost���������was forgotten.  They were still chatting amicably  together half an hour later when  Blaise returned. The latter's face  darkened as ho entered the hall ahd  found them together, nor did It Hght-  on when Jean recounted the afternoon's adventure.  "I suppose Miss Peterson has your  lodge-keeper's boys to., thank for  this?" ho demandedly stormlly of  Burke,  "I'm afraid that's so," admitted the  other. '       T     ,  "If you had any consideration for  your neighbours, you'd sack the lot  of thorn," returned Blaise sharply.  "Or else see that thoy'ro kept under  proper control. Thoy've given trouble  before, but it ls a littlo too much of  a good thing when thoy dnro to play  practical jokes of that description on  a guest of ours."  ��������� Jean stared at him tn natonlshmcnt.  STio had itold, tho, story lis rathor a  good jokev and in. explanation of  Burke's presence, and, instead of  laughing at her dilemma, Tormarin  appuared to bo thoroughly angry oven'  tho matte*.  brought me back, and recovered the  missing pair of oars for me. You  hadn't the least reason to flare up  like that."  Blaise listened to her quietly. The  anger had died out of his face and  his eyes were somewhat sad.  "You're right," he said at last,- "absolutely right. But there rarely is  any reason for a Tormarin's temper.  Do you know���������it sounds ridiculous,  but it's perfectly true���������it was all I  could do not to knock Burke down."  "My dear Blaise, you fill me with  alarm! I'd no; idea you were such a  bloodthirsty individual! But seriously,  what had the poor man done to incur  your wrath? He's been most helpful."  There was an element of self-  mockery in the brief smile which  crossed his fOee.  "Perhaps that was just it; I've  rather grown to look upon it as _t_y  own particular prerogative to help  J you out of difficulties."  "Then it's true," escaped her lips.  "What's true?"���������with some surprise. "That the Tormarins are a  vile-tempered lot ? Quite. If you  want to know more about it, ask my  mother. She'll tell you how I came by  this white lock of hair-���������the mark of  the beast.  Jean was trying to make the comments of the woman at the hotel and  Blaise's own confession tally with her  recollection of the latter's complete  self-control on several occasions wheri"  he, or any other man, might have  been pardoned for yielding to momentary anger.  "I believe you're exaggerating absurdly," she said at last. "As a matter of fact, I've often been surprised fiict, and final emergence out of  at your self-control, seeing that I; every shadow into brightest day; how  know you have a. temper concealed j our hearts would be lightened, how  about you somewhere. I think that is j much more bravely we should work  why your anger this afternoon took and fight, and march forward! This  me so aback. It seemed unlike you to is the courage to which we are en-  be so fearfully annoyed over practlc- titled, and which we may find in the  ally nothing at all. I don't believe" 1 thought that God is with us every-  ���������half smiling���������"that really you're \ where. The course of our journey  anything like as hot-tempered as a  has been appointed by Him; He knows  Little Helps For This Week I  "I will fear no evil, for Thou art  with me."���������Psalm xxiii. 4.  In Heavenly love abiding,  jSTo chang.: say heart shall fear,  And safe is such confiding,  For nothing changes here.  The storm may roar without tne,  My heart may low be laid,  But God is round'about me,  And can I be dismayed?  ���������Anna Laetitia Waring.  Just suppose .that we could get rid  of all unnecessary and previous terror; just suppose that we could be  sure  of  final victory  in every  oon-  Tormarin ought to be���������to support the  family tradition!"  (To Be Continued.)  the way through the darkness.  ���������Henry Van Dyke.  "Well, naturally I'd rather it had  been y������u." she .allowed,, twinkling.  "TDb you mean th-tt? ^^-swlftly.  "Of eourse I do;^���������lightly. She  had 'failed.'-'to notice the eagerness of  demand in his quick' question. "I'm  more used to it! Besides, I believe  Mr. Burke rather frightens me. He's  a trifle���������overwhelming. Still"���������shaking her head reprovingly���������"I don't  think that excuses you. You must  have, a shocking temper."  He laughed shortly.  "Most of the Tormarins have ruined their lives by their temper. I'm  no exception to the rule."  Jean's thoughts flew back to the  description she had overheard when  in London: "A Tormarin in a temper  is like a devil with the bit between  his teeth."  .races Jf or _>ii-.___-ie_-ewan  According to reports read at the  recent annual meeting of the<- Saskatchewan branch of the Canadian  Seed Growers' Association, there  were 170 exhibits from this province  at the Chicago International Hay and  Grain Show, of which 117 tookprizes.  In hard wheat Saskatchewan took 51  out of the 72 prizes offered. This  was recorded as an excellent showing  for the province.  0 %C!D  S T O MAC H  For Catarrh.���������It is one of the chief  recommendations of Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil that it can be used internally with as much success as it  can outwardly. Sufferers fronr catarrh will find that the Oil when used  according to directions, wiU give  prompt relief. Many sufferers from  this ailment have found relief in the  Oil and have sent testimonials.  Aciditv Overcoi-tue  ���������* _____������������������  Wonderful Results From  Famous Vegetable Pills  >      ��������� mmmwmmmmmmm  Instead of having: an acid stomach and  being constipated, Mr. Fran k C.^ is  ���������well. "I can eat anything since trying  Carter's Little Liver Pills," he eavs.  Because they are PURELY VEGETABLE, a gentle, effective tonic to both  liver and bowels. Dr. Carter's Little  Liver Pills are without equal for correcting Const i pa tion, Biliousness,  Headaches, Poor Comple>uon and Indigestion. 25c. & 75c. red pkgs., everywhere. Ask for Carter's by NAME.  An Irishman's Way  An Irishman, got a job at a railway station. When the first train  came in, however, he forgot the name  of the station; so he called out:  "Here Jre are fof where y're going.  All in there for here, come out."  Saskatchewan Honey Production  Returns for 1931, based on 1,466  bee-keepers, show that Saskatchew;an  had 7,316 colonies of bees which gathered an average of 83.3 pounds of  honey per hive, or a total of 609,480  pounds of honey for the province.  Many bee-keepers in tho northern and  eastern portions of the province report a crop of 100 pounds or moro  of honey per hive, all of which was  secured during the month of August.  JC.XCESS acid is tlie common cause  oi' indigestion, 31 ie������ultu in |i.iin and  sourness about two hours after eating. Thc quick corrective ia an. alkali  which ncutralEzes acid. The best  corrective is Phillips' Milk of Magnesia. It has rcnnahicd Standard with  physicians in tlao 50. years &lnco its  , invention.  Ono spoonful ol" Phillips' Milk of  Magucttia iicutrullkcu instantly.'many  imma Ut& vo_itu.au Ln.acld. nwrmlesa,  and tasteless, and yet itn action it.  quick. You v.HI novor rely on crude  method.), onco you letim how qulokly  this method acta. Bo sure lo got tho  genuine.  The ideal dentifrice for clean  teeth and healthy gumn in .Phjj.lipH"  Dental Mafine. la< ntcuiperlor toothpaste that mif(-miunU aHtun.it nckd-  mouth. (Mado in CfcriculaO  Protect thc child from the ravages  of worms by using Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator. It is a standard  remedy, and years of use have enhanced its reputation.  British Columbia Industries  British Columbia produced an estimated value of $149,025,064 ln tho  four primary industries tn 1031, according to provincial figures. TLum-  bor production, including pulp and  papor, accounted for $51,500,000 of  the total; minerals wore produced to  the valuo of 520,507,300; agricultural  products, amounted to $555,957,754, and  fisheries to $15,000,000.  Soft corns and warts are ugly,  painful and irritating. Remove thorn  quickly jand suroly with Douglas'  Egyptian Liniment.  Dirigible������ For lCu������wh_  CScnoral Umberto Noblie, Italian  commander of tho lll-fatod expedition to tho North Polo, has signed a  contract, with thc Soviet Government  to design and construct a fleet of  dirigibles ovor a porlod of more than  three years.  RESTFUL   SLEEP  ������f,p-������~   Su E-& IS TBT ES H S ������  our   r i%Ei B r %b> wm 0  FEVER.B5H   CKSLD  Wflh'TiCasforia's  regulation  When your child tosses and crlea  out In his sloop. It means he Is not  comfortable, very often tho troublo  Is that poisonous waste matter Is not  being' carried oJT as It should be.  Bowels need help���������mild, gontlo help  ���������but effective. Just tho ��������� kind Cas-  tarla gives. Castoria Is a pure veK������-  tdble preparation made specially for  cbUdrcn's allmonte. It contains no  harsh, harmful drugs, no narcotics.  Don't let your child's rest���������nnd your  own^_ho Interrupted. A prompt das������  of Castoria will urge stubborn llttla  JjowdB to act. Then relaxed comfort  nnd restful sleep. Genuine Can tor la  always lias th������ name:  CA   C.   T* f*\  13.   1   A  r\ %J    1    \*tl   l\  I  jt\  ���������_flJu__Uu-U-Uul THE  CBESTON  BEVIBW  Gr  4  4  <  4  SPRAY and  4  4  4  ������  a  ������  4  It is not a bit too early to                              J  place your order lor Spray                              <  and   Fertilizer.      Why   not                               *  come in now and talk things                               .  over.                                                   I  4       _,._.                                                                                                            4  GiiiUIE  Valley Cooperative Assn.  Phone 12                                                      CRESTON            .  ~m,.m.m,.A.m..m,.A.S.,  *  ������  -m.-m..m.-m.-m.-m-m-m..m..m.-m..m.-m..m.-m.-ja.-m.  fm\  %_tf  ...Week-Knd   Specials...  BUTTER, Forestviile Creamery 20c. lb  _������*  an  ������  *  ������  at   all   times   are   tasty, but  months they are at their  during  the  best.  winter  Local and Personal  PIGS FOR SALE���������Yorkshires, seven  weeks old. $4 each.   F. -J. ColU-..Creston.  W. M. Archibald was a Spokane visitor on Saturday making the trip by  plane.  R.C.M.P. officer Hargraves of Kings-  gate was here on an official visit  Monday.  RANCHERS���������Your caRtofi horses are  worth dollars for fox meat. See P. M.  Wiltse. Creston.  Mrs. J. H. Dole left on Tuesday for a  few days' visit with her daughter, Mrs.  Donneau, at Fernie.  ROOSTERS FOR SALE���������White Leghorns from R.O.P. stock, $3.50 each. J.  W. Robinson, Creston.  FOR RENT���������Furnished rooms, bath,  telephone, electric light, central location.  J_.i_vjui_������ At-view vsiitCe.  LOST���������In Creston, pair of spectacles  (nose glasses). Reward. Finder please  notify P.O. Box 104, Creston  FOR SALE���������Nine months' old laying  pullets, Rhode Island Reds and Light  Suss x.    Geo. Mawson. Creston.  In a series o. 16 games at the Park  pavilion on Saturday night Yahk beat  the local players by a 10-6 margin.  HOUSE FOR RENT���������6-room house,  Victoria Avenue, electric light, garage,  poultry house.   G "  i.^ tCrvci,  ULcaiuu.  ttt  Halibut j   Cod- Whitefish  Crabsf Smelts  15eef,      Pork,     Veal,     Sausages  O. RINGWALD, Prop.  ^������  2������"  JSSt  Tf  irst Quality  6S_.       . _ "MlJIlk  at  Lower  THIS  WEEK WE OFFER YOU:  RICE, 4 lbs. No! 1 $ .25  LARD���������3 lbs., 45c; 5 lbs., 7fie.l 10 lbs...  1.45  BACON, by piece or half-piece, lb 18  SOUP���������Campbell's Tomato, 9 cans     1.00  BUTTER���������Fresh Creamery, lb 25  Nu Maid Creamery, lb 30  TEA���������Assam and Pekoe, lb 40  COFFEE���������Santo's, fresh ground, 3 lbs  1.00  Onr Best, bulk, fine blond, Ib     .45  MARMALADE. Nelson brand, 4's      ,60  PEAS, June, 2 cans 25  BACON���������Home Brand, sliced, wrapped  wrapped in celaphone, 2 for 25  CRESTON MERCANTILE  COMPANY,   LTD.  .;^^UTi:������-a^:;v r.^^t^^YYT:.,*^^:, :���������. i^-^.i*_^iJT'::T-rf_*-^.u: \^^-__p.^:.; ::__^b_r3-__Tl.YT^_-_s*^;.' :.ii--*-^T:rr: :;.-,-���������.-���������---*-..-:::;  There is a Direct Advantage in Placing Your  Printing limit.ess in Creston  By ko doinR: you may get, a chance at that Printing Dollar���������  O.-h.a'W-^w. it in hoik? forever.  PIGS FOR SALE ��������� Yorkshires, six  weeks old, choice stock, ������4 each while  they last.    D. Learmonth, Creston.  The Presbyterian Ladies1 Auxiliary  have booked the afternoon of Saturday,  March 19th. for their usual St. Patrick's  tea.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Auxiliary  have the March meeting at the home of  Mrs. Kelly on Friday aftesnoon next  4th, at 8 p.m.  The C.G.I.T. of Trinity United  Church are having a St Patrick's tea in  the church basement on Saturday afternoon, March 19th.  Tonight's social attraction is the  bridge under Women's Institute auspices  in the Parish Hall, with cards due to  start at 8.15. The admission is 50  cents.  Mr. and Mrs. Kobt. Stevens left on  Sunday for Vancouver, wher._ Mrs.  Stevens will make an extended stay, but  Mr.    Stevens   is   expected    tp   return  early in March. '  C. W. Allan, of the frnit firm of Long,  Allan & Long, Limited, left on Sunday  on a business visit to Vancouver and  other coast points, and will be away for  a couple of weeks.       '  C. B. Twigg, East Kootenay district  agriculturist, was here from Cranbrook  on Monday, attending the meeting of  orchardists in the United Church basement that afternoon;  The curling club annual bridge with  presentation of cups, etc., is scheduled  for Friday nighta March 4th, at the  Parish Hali, with play io start at S  o'clock prompt.   Admission 50 cents.  Mr and Mrs. C. P. Armstrong and  son, Charlie, are visit!he with Nelson  friends this week. The assistant C.P.R.  agent's position at Creston has been  done away with, and Charlie is expected to go to Kimberley to work.  Rev. T. Scott, Anglican Church  rector, has been a patient at St. Eugene  hospital, Cranbrook this week, laid up  with an attack of pleurisy. He went to  Cranbrook on the 15th after taking  service at Yahk the day previous.  High class music by Creston Commanders orchestra will be supplied for  thc senior baseball club dance at the  community hall at Canyon on Monday  night, 2Sth, with the admission placed  at 75 and 25 cents, supper included.  Ab ut 15 cars of Creston people made  the trip to Kingagatc-EaBtport for the  ski tournament at thnt point on Sunday  afternoon. The autoing was vory heavy  east of Kitchener duo to a Saturday  night snowfall of almost a foot in that  locality.  There was quite a procession of  Bonners Perry cars through Croston  Sunday morning. People from ti.at  locality going to the ski tournament at  Xingsgate-EaBtpoirt had lo como this  way as tho direct road to Eastport Is  closed to travel.  Creaton Valley Post Cnnndain Legion  have tho March meeting on Tuesday  night in tholr new quartern which thoy  havo -.fitted up for meeting purposes in  tho Mallandaine block on Third street,  which was tho original homo of tha of  former G/W.V.A.  Tho nchool board received eight bids  for tho Rtipply of 20 cords of B-foot wood,  with pHcub from !(!'_ to $2 50 por cord,  and the contract was ..warded to  Cecil Hamilton at the latter price. A  lurge supply Hnnurod at the end of tho  your eoHt $8.76 per cord.  The weather took a decided turn for  warmer at the end of the week, witb  quite a heavy rain Wednesday morning.  The heavy snow is fast disappearing.  Rev. A. Walker and W. J Truscott  were Nelson visitors at the first of the  week, attending the spring se-eston of the  Kootenay presbyteryr. of the United  Church. Rev. J. Herdman of New  Denver, a former local pastor, was  selected presbytery chairman.   .  Messrs. Cross and Grubberstrom, the  trans Canada flyers, who have been detained here since January 29fth due a  combination of plane mishaps: and bad  weather got away on Tuesday at 11.10  and arrived safely at Vancouver at 3.25,  leaving shortly after to reach Victoria,  their home city, at 4.06 p.m.  Trinity United Church was well filled  on Sunday evening on which occasion  the speaker was Rev. Dr. Osterhout of  Vancouver, superintendent of missions  in British Columbia, who delivered a  timely missionary address. The Explorers Club, under the leadership of  Irwin Orcutt, attended in a body.  The hospital management had a most  agreeable surprise on Monday when the  Community Players turned in a cheque  for $100 to be used ia reducing the  hospital debt. The Players are a  dramatic organization which came into  being about four years ago, but have  been inactive for the past two years.  From  two  plays presented   they   had  accumulated a surplus of $129, and the  balance is being held, as there is a iikli-  hood of the organization starting up  again.   R. W. Maxwell is president  JAB* OOMF*TON  AUG TfOMEER  Sales conducted in any part  of the District.  ���������j Now is the  time to  your  INTERIOR  JHONE 55F.  c/?������sro/v  PAINT PRICES  ARE DOWN  We are out to reduce  your Decorating  costs.  . .Sinclair  Greston Hardware  Canyon St. East  4  4  4  <  ._tL.-_.___s._n._h   ft   la. A   +   *.A._., ___>.*,._���������   __   m   m.   _.   __._____. __. ______ ___, -_-__.__-���������_., r ,,__ . m. .__.___  SATURDAY SPECIAL  Choice Creamery Butter, per lb, .25c.  LENT commences on Wednesday.   This season, as in the  past, we ypXl always in stock a varied line of Fish of  dependable quality at lowest possible prices.  FRESH FISH  Salmon, Salmon Trout, Halibut, Whitefish, Cod, Smelts  Lake Superior Herring.  SMOKBI)FISH  Finnan Haddie^    Haddie Filets,   Eastern Kippers  Western  Kippers.  Salt Cod  m^mLmSmmsSm^smsSm^*mim^mmmW^kmmB  Eg**!  vJQjtCt 3cEi  UQS  I  I  ������  1  i  Lead the way to better values.  Brighten your home at little expense. We stock the newest  patterns    and  a  full   range   of  sizes.  fi x 7&ft $ 8.10  9x9 ft     0.75  fi k 10������ ft    11.40  fi K. 12 ft    12.1)5  fi x lty it   14.50  fi x 15 ft    16.20  *y> w xp   ciw&va*ts*a.   v v ^  'miaVii?J*ammwm^  1


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