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 ';''TT'TV;^r  ________   ^^pli  i-'S  *   af"-i  -'���������   .  Vol. XXIII  CRESTON. B. C. F3RIDAY, MARCH 4,  1932  No. 50  ���������..���������-  *%H&& Slating  Harry Compton/ Who returned front  Kimberley last month, is now at the  C.P.R. station at Creston, as messenger.  Saturday night's surprise party was at  the home of Mrs. Marshall, and  attracted the usual attendance, all re-  porting a very fine time, and an excellent  midnight lunch.  Mr. and Mrs. JF. H. Webster and  family are again residents at Alice  Siding, moving back to the ranch from  Creston, where they have been residing  for a couple of years;" at the first off the  week. Mr. and Mra. Pagen, who have  been on the ranch, are now living at  Erickson.  Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, jr. iwith  Will Mather and Will Miller made the  trip to Wssa by auto truck last I Week,.  yffu6������_ *u.rs. u-Luier v.i������ xna_ve a ,snort  visit. The other three are back iigaiu,  bringing with them a couple of cows,  which were transported, by truck.  At the Community Whist Club  ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Martin on Friday night the high  were made by Miss Jessie Parkin and  Cecil Hamilton. The pie eating contest  caused no end of fun, as the contestants  had their hands tied behind their back  and had to depend entirely on head and  mouth work to get away with the  pastry.    Frist prize went to Jim Taylor.  meet-  j. C.  scores  Simimg*  passed through last Sunday with his  bride. Mris. Stewart is a niece of Mr.  Paskusky of Wynndel.  The water guage at Slough bridge  stands at .15. This is a raise of .07 for  the week. This is the first raise  registered.  Mr.     Frank   Cummings   and   Willie  Mackie of Bosweii were visitors at Gres  ton on Thursday, taking in K.P. Lodge  in the evening.  Tony Lombardo spent a few days at  Creston during the week. John Audino  -���������pent Thurday and Friday in Creston  receiving medical treatment.  Messrs. Timmons went own to their  claim near San ca at the beginning of the  week. It is probable that much will be  heard from this area this summer.  Mrs. P Cherbo entertained the second  last meeting of the ladies sewing circle at  her home oh Friday last. There was a  good turnout, and it was decided that  the final gathering should take place at  . the home of Mrs. R_ Bleumaneaur this  Friday.  I The roads in the vicinity of Sirdar are  being made a little- difficult with small  slides and boulders. Fortunately a  small crew has been able to deal ���������sntfa  these effectively and. without any delay  in traffic.  From early Thursday morning continual and heavy blasting was heard  on the C.P.R. line, alongside the lake  continuing all day Friday and during  that evening. Heavy slides and rock  obstructions were the cause.  SEowsiicie  ;      -vTT/y  y-^   ���������  Goes  Ed. Jordan, Operating Line up  Summit Greek. Stricken with  Appendici ts, to be Packed Out  Impossile to Use Airplane  Miss Eileen Heap left for Nelson on  Thursday afternoon, making the trip by  bus.  Jas. S. Wilson was a business visitor  at Canyon and Creston on ^Thursday, remaining overnight to attend K P. lodge.  Mr. Framptpn of the Sancia.lMKneaLw_SB,  a betweefi^bus. visator at .0t_-storir on  Friday. :���������*������������������ ''-   ���������'-'  Mrs Ft. Heap was a visitor at Creston  on Thursday.  Mrs. A. Mackie of Bopwell ' was  visiting and shopping in Creston on  Thursday.  '"- Mrs. Charlie Neil of Kuskanoook was a  Friday   guest at the home   of Mrs.   T.  Rogers  ���������   Dpminic Pascnzzo was a business visitor at Creston on Saturday.  Several types of wild flowers have  been observed in bloom, while there is  still a slight covering of snow.  Mr. and Mrs. McLaren and family  of Creston were last Sunday guests of  Mr. and Mrs. James Pascuzzo.  Joe Koliman, watchman at Kootenay  Landing, waa a visitor at Nelson a f<������w  day   last week.  Bob Stewart, watchman a^ Ty ��������� had a  surprise  in store for everyone when he  Attention, Growers!  A Special Meeting of  CRESTON  CO-OPERATIVE  FRUIT EXCHANGE  will be held in the  United Church Basement  2.30 p. m*: Prompt  BUSINESS:  To consider marketing of fruit  for the cominpf season.  To consider the advisability of  the   Exchange   return inf.   active  operations.  -       "'''.,  ��������� ' . '    '  All Growers are Invited  -,,,, ., to [-attend the m e&tm&  J. W. HAMILTON  Secretary  mtm snjf&es &It$f  Birth���������On March 1st, to Mr. and Mre.  W. H. Kolthammer, a son.  , Mrs.  Guy  Browell   of   Nels-ori   is   a  ���������vis! -^'Th^ri-Y;t3--a%e^^at-.��������� the: home Vof  her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Hickey.   \  The Seaforth ..r-aeh is the first to report tne arrival" of 1982 chickens. A  Rhode Island Red elucker btlonging to  H. Young brought out a batch of ten  chicks Wednesday morning.  Hilton Young got back on Sunday  from a two months' vacation which he  spent with relatives and friends at  Toronto and other Ontario centres. In  some parts the weather was so mild the  skating rinks never were opened  The United Church Ladies' Aid had  the regular meeting on Saturday afternoon at which it was decided to have  the usual Easter tea and-sale of work.  Although the membership is the smallest in years the ladies' are doing their  usual good work.  ThoBe who have had apples in cellar  storage in these parja are moving them  out for shipment through Scott Fruit  Company *this week. While the  quantity to move is not heavy, it is  larger than in any other year.  Due to the poor shape of the roads, or  for some other good and sufficient reason,  the Creston baseball club leap year  dance at the hall fo. Monday night last  had to be cancel ed.  Mrs. Niblow waa hostess at a  miscellaneous shower at her home on  Saturday evening honoring Mrs.  Moulton (nee Roberta Wnlph) of Ka"lo,  who with Mr. Moulton Ib hera on a viBit  with her parents, Mr, and MrB. Lower-  ison. The bride of January was the  recipient of many useful gift- nnd the  guests greatly enjoyed the hospitality  dispensed.  The bridge drive under community  hall directors auspices at the hall on  Saturday nigh waa only fairly well  attended, and the honora of the evening;  woro evenly distributed as between  Canyon and Ericksbn. Mrs. Van  Ackoran and Mrs. Roy Browell captured  the ladies' high, score prizes an d Lewis  and W. Q. Littlejohn annexed the gents'  honors.  Tho government is finding quite a  good demand for its old bridges iu this  district. Tho formor Wearmouth  structure is being dissected by P. W,  Wlltue, tho Arrow' Creek fox farpn  proprietor, ahd tloglund brother have  purchased the remains of tho former  north bridge on the Canyon-Lister road.  Pimrlmuorn uro to burn all the material  thoy do not care to otherwise mako ubo  of.  A. Lov^twmj^ R. W. Maxwell, Ed.  Benney%nd '.^rtrjHurry comprise a party  that pulled ;6ui -pjj ������nowsboes Wednesday  afteraoonTforTtl^- 12d. Jordan cabin up  SummttYCfe^ intention   of  bringing "JoM3ari|c.ut for medical   treatment.   The unlueky trapper is reported  toTbe^criti^a|^|jill   With   appendicitis,  wbird to this,gffp5t ��������������� reaching town Wednesday mor__iB_viij-y Lovestrom. who is  working with ^o^dan.   It would appear  that the two l^tTfereBton for their cabin  on Saturday morning and on his arrival  home Jordan TcQjnhpiained of not feeling  well and   his.^padition not   improving  Lovestrom pulled out again late Tuesday  for   Crestj^T:.^o|r.iVflielp,   reaching   here  Wednesday '^j^hiog  when the   rescue  party was- "t������Jg^5__fd and got. away almost immediateijr.   They are travelling  by. snowshoeT and, by staying on the trail  all night hope \'������$<-he able to start back  with Jordan on^liursday morning, and  if the snow permits^d: a toboggan   can  be used forTtrar-fpopt the party hopes to  be  back to;'.. town   sometime   Thursday  evening, but". he*e is pp certainty  as to  snow conditions as the fall is'reported to  be the heaviest ever known up Summit  in the last twenty years..   On hearing of  the    unfortunate     incident     W.    M.  Archibald and his pilot,. Page  MePhee,  had a look over the Su   mit Creek area  so see if it would be possible to speed up  the   rescue withr^the   former's    plane.  :-.Quii������T#_-gc^te__^^  located-but as;lt was Sot Ing; enough to  provide a takeoff-the 'tise of the plane  had to - be ^basdoned^. Ths Jordass  cabin is located about 25 miles up  Summit Creek from the ferry.  Taylor. Mrs. Watson and Mrs. Ogilvie  were joint hostesses. Freewill of&ering  amounted to about $5, and   goes to   the  Lillian Gregory return fund  T. Sixsmith, who has   been   renewing  acquaintances at Elnora, Alberta, returned home on Sunday. ;"���������..-  The March meeting of the Woman's  Auxiliary will be held on. Wednesday,  9th, at the home of Mrs. Towson, at  2 30 p.m.  The K.K. Klub meeting last week bas  the record of being the best evening's  entertainment to date. A mock wedding  in niggerland was the feature. George  Heller was the bride, tastefully dressed  in sheets, and carrying a young tree as a  bouquet. Whitfield Abbott was the  happy groom. Geo Mclntyre was best  man, and Mrs. Murgatroyd was bridesmaid.   G. W. Taylor was the officiating  ._   xxr t  ammm^I&mkmOn  clergy_-ra_i, and ������xrs. w .J. vJooper piayea  the wedding march, and the remainder  of the committee were guests; A bridal  scene was announced. . The audience  brought their chairs in line with the;  stage, but when the curtain was drawn  the audience was badly stung, the scene  being a horse's bridle reposing on the  table. Vocal numbers by F. Menhinick,  J. Hulme, G. Payette and Miss Payette  were greatly enjoyed. A tie knotting  contest was a great success and was  won by Mrs. A. Benedetti and O. Hagen.  A novel lunch of doughnuts, biscuits,  cheese and crackers Was served. t)ldtim e  dances were much iri evidence, a_id were  greatly enjoyed.  School commenced operating on the  spring schedule on Tuesday morning,  opening at 9 a.m.  T. Wilson was a weekend visitor with  friends at Cranbrook.  Mr. and Mrs. H. Campbell of Bellvue*  have moved to their ranch at Erickson,  and will be remaining for the spring  work.  Mrs. F. Clark, who has been visiting  friends in Cranbrook, arrived home last  week.  Erickson Christ Church Ladies' Guild  had the March meeting on Tuesday at  the home of Mrs. J. Murphy.  J. Dugdale, of Bellvue, Alberta, has  again taken up residesee at his ranch,  and will be remainine until fall-  Mr.  and  Alberta, are  Erickson.  Mrs. F.  Celli of Coleman,  visitors at their ranch   at  Birth���������On February 19th to Mr. and  Mrs. L. Paskoski, a son.  Birth��������� On February 25th, to Mr. and  Mrs. Hess, a son.  Miss Ruth Joy is a patient in Nelaon  hospital, having undergone an operation  for appendicitis. ,u;.   .  Mrs. A. Joy was a Nelson visitor last  week.  Mrs. A F. Rudd is spending a few  days withNjTriends in Montana.  Miss S. Benedetti of Bosweii spent a  few days with ber parents here last  week.  Percy Cockle left for Alhsmbra,Alberta,  where he will remain to help with spring  work.  The first of a series of bridge afternoons was held at tbe home of Mrs.  Watson Friday last. Five tables were  in play, prize score going to Mr*. G. W.  HOSPITAL BENEFIT  Under the auspices of E.iiek-  soi- LiidScs' Ilospila. Auxiliary, i)n the  PARISH HALL  CRESTON  CAEDS afc 8.15 p.m. Prompt  ATTRACTIVE  1 KIZES.  Tom Miawsonj who lias been attending  school here while a guest of Mra A.  Cameron, left for his home at Kimberley  on Tuesday.  Mrs. T. Wilson (nee Dora Healey} is.������  patient at Creston Valley public  hospital this week.  Mrs. Thos. Bysouth j who has been a  patient at Creston Valley public  hospital, left the hospital last week,  feeling much better.  Kitchener  Admission  50c  Mrs Reno House and daughter are  away on a two weeks' visit with her  sister, Mrs. VanEtten, at Bonners Ferry  at present.  R. Stevens got back ohThursday from  a ten-day bu^inesa.^nd pleasure trip >fro  Nelson and"Trail."       ;;,'?t;-". -'f ������������������^'"���������>��������� '���������-���������-  Col. Lister has been named one of the  Conservative members of the legislative  committee investigating unemployment  funds mismanagement.   He refused the  chairmanship of the committee.  Mrs. Ed. Smith is a Creston visitor  this week, a guest of Mrs. A. Stuart  Evans.  Rev. T. Scott of Creston will be here  on Sunday morning for Anglican Church  service at the sohoolhouse at. 11 o'clock.  The Community Society is entertaining at a bridge drive at the schoolhouse  on Saturday evening, 5th. with cards ai  8 15.  Notices are up for the annual meeting  o������ Lister Waterworks District which Ea  to be held at the schoolhouse on Saturday. 12th, with H. Langston. assessor and  collector, in charge. R. A. Hunt of the  Land Settlement Board is the retiring  trustee.  Mr. and Mrs. Bird were hosts at. a  bridge at their home on Saturday evening with five tables in play, and the high  score honors going to Mr. and Mrs. R.  Stevens. A delightful lunch was served  to clase an enjoyable evening just at  midnight. The evening was in honor of  Miss Curtis, principal of Lister school,  whose birthday it was.  Division 1 of List, r school had an average attendance of 97 per centk for February according to the report just given  out by Miss Curtis, who haa charge of  the room. Those making highest stnnd~  irigs . were: Grade 7���������Clara Domke,  David Gustafson. Grade 6���������Douglas  Sinclair, Clara Meyer. Grade 5���������Erika  Meyer, Raymond McKee, Perfect attendance���������Kirk Beard, Kitty Beard,  Cyril Bird, Clara Domke, Martha Domke, David Gustafson. Raymond McKee,  Erika Meyer, Clara Meyer, Manning  Powers, J hn Riemer, Douglas Sinclair.  Miss Webster reports, that Division 2  also had an average attendance of 97 per  cent, attendance fcr February,, with tho  following making highest standings:  Grade 4���������Irene Lotoille,AHeo Wellspring.  Grade 8���������Margaret Sinclair, .Tolfnnna  Daus. Grado 2���������Elalo Ramm, Rosemary  Wolf rum. ��������� Grado la���������Tonia Riemer.  Doris Stieb. Grade lb���������Mary Millner4,  Stella Beard. Perfect attondanco���������Milly  Beard, Stella Heard, Jolrtn in Daun.  Mary Daun Margaret Dent, Daniel  Domlco, Mary DomUo, Eric Jacka, Ireno  Letolllo, 'Mary Millner, Elsie Ramm.  Tonia Riemer, Margftrot SL-l.jlln', llu*%  Sommerfeld, E.hJo Stteb, Ro������o Wolfrum  Miss Vivian Langlois, who attends  business college in Nelson, arrived home  last week on a visit.  Mrs. C. Foisy returned on Friday  after spending a few days visiting  friends in Cranbrook,  '-'���������^^^l-M^SprouIe^spent the weekend ia  Nelson, visiting with friends, returning  on Sunday. ^  I)t. Henderson of Creston was here on  professional calls Friday and Saturday.  Chas. Harmer spent the weekend in  Nelson, visiting with friends, returning  on Monday.  Mrs. Geo. Young of Creston spent a  few days here last week visiting her  sister, Mts. E. Driffil, returning on  Monday.  Government road relief work opened  here on Monday, with a crew of men at  work at Mosquito Creek road camp, and  some of the local married men at work  west of town.  The Community Bridge Club put on a  social evening on Saturday when six  tables of bridge were in' play. The  ladies prizes were won by Leland  Nowlin, playit.g a lady's hand, and Miss  Vivian Langlois. The gents' high was  captured by Marcel Senesael, and gents'  Becond by Willard Blair. A dainty lunch  was served at thc close of card play, and  then dancing was enjoyed to music by  Mrs. E. Blair, piano; Lewis Simp_on,  violin, and Denis Bush, banjo. A good  time was had by all.  Greston Farmers' Institute  ^^^ ^^1 ^mL*m ^ijm. mtA- mm wyHk   diH^I  -flGGI-Blg  Tho Annual Meeting of Creston  Farmers' Institute will bo held in  Town Hail, Oreston  .Prompt  BUSINESS:  Balance Sheet.  Election of Officers.  General Business.  CHAS* MiURR&LL}  Secretary TEE   REVIEW.   CEESTOW. TB.   OL  4  BEST    FOR y ADULTS,   TOO  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  askatck&wai- Leads  In Mental  Hygiene  National Committee Expresses Hope  That All Large Hospitals Will  Follow Lead Given By  Hon. Dr. Munrde  The report of the activities of the  Canadian National Committee for  Mental Hygiene for the period. 1930-  31, just issued, makes special complimentary reference to the work being done by Saskatchewan's Minister of Public Health, the Hon. P. D.  Munroe, in connection with the establishment of a division of Mental  Health in Saskatchewan.  "The      progressive      Minister      df  Health," says the report, "is taking a  statesmanlike interest in mental hygiene and has  created a  division  oi  mental  health.     It will  fall   to   this  division to work out policies and programmes in regard to mental institutions,  clinics   and  the  application of  mental  hygiene  principles  in  educa-  \ tion,  social work,   administration  of  \ criminal justice, etc.   The Minister of  | Health has also made possible the or-  i ganization of    psychiatric    wards    in  jm  STAMP Cw^ksattkb  , B .^_rSS <-rrw_no horses this inexpensive way  before serious trouble develops. Use I  COMPOUND. Acts on mmous nternbraeto.  Olves quick relief. Used 40 years. 60c  end $1.20 at drug stores or direct.  SFOHN MEDICAL CO., Goshen, Ins!.  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  MARCH 6  JESUS  WASHES   HIS   DISCIPLES'  FEET ���������'  Golden Text: "The Son of Man  came not to be ministered unto, but  to minister, and to give His life a  ransome for many."���������Matthew 20.28.  g NewspaperUmoBf I S^_S������?^ B2.J31.  53.6  Canada's investment in highways is j coimection wLm the Regina General  By Annette  said to total $900,000,000, covering  roads estimated at 390,000 miles in  leasgth.  Waterloo    bridge    is    sinking'    and  must be replaced by a new one which  will    cost    ������1,295,000.    The  bridge was opened in 1817.  Hospital.      It is to be hoped that all  large general    hospitals    throughout  the country will follow the lead furnished by Regina." ,  During    the    period    1930-31    the  present' Canadian    National    Committee    for  ��������� Mental Hygiene has been active in all  A total of 21,392 persons were na- \ parts of Canada in the promotion of  turalized during the fiscal year end- ' mental bygiene progress. The outing March 31, 1931. Twenty-seven cer- \ standing   pieces   of   work   include   a  tilieates were revoked. Those naturalized were mainly central Europeans.  Furniture and other articles recently seized by the police in Mahatma  Gandhi's seminary brought $133.22,  when the;.* were auctioned to help pay  taxes on the property.  William Miller, 73, pioneer, is dead  at Calgary. He attended the ceremony  of driving the last spike into the  Canadian Pacific Railway Line at  Craigel-achie, B.C., in 1SS5.  The Citreon-Haardt- Asiatic-Expedition, travelling    S.000    miles    across  survey of the Province of Prince Edward Island; organization of a postgraduate centre in psychiatry sn Toronto: integration of mental hygiene  into the school system of Montreal;  activities leading to the enlargement  _f the mental hospital at Brandon,  Manitoba; arrangement in collaboration with the Federal Census Bureau  to secure uniform statistics from  mental institutions of the country;  publication of weekly articles in two  hundred newspapers; demonstration  of the value of social work in the  parole of mental patients  in British  Asia, met temperatures ranging from j Columbia; establishment of a Division  120 degrees above zero to 16 degrees ; Qf Mental Health in connection with  oeiow.  Premier Tolmie of British Columbia does not agree with the three  reports tabled at Ottawa stating the  Peace River outlet was not feasible at  present. He supports building of the  outlet.  W. F. Powell and R. M. McLeod,  reading of the departure of an expedition to seek treasure on the Cocos Island, recall a similar unsuccessful expedition they took part in 45 years  ago to seek the same treasure.  There will be no change in the  French disarmament and reparations  policy under the government headed  by Andre Tardieu, the new premier  told the Chamber of Deputies in his  first ministerial declaration.  A bill to link Glacier National Park  With Waterton Park across the Canadian Border . in an International  Peace Park has been reported favorably by the United States House o������  Representatives public lands committee.  Her Majesty Queen Mary, accompanied by tlie Duke of York and  Prince George, visited the Canadian  industrial section at the British Industrial fair at Olympia, London,  England, according to a cable received by the Department of Trade  and Commerce.  the Department of Public Health of  the Province of Saskatchewan; organization of psychiatric wards an  connection with the Regina General  Hospital; educational publicity; continuation of important research activities at four leading Canadian universities and the knitting of mental  hygiene activities through co-op er-  tive efforts between the National  Committees of Canada and the  United States.  ^fCARETT^PftftERS  URCf_ DOUBLE BOOK  ,-_..._t| a-Q-^i. E AV-ES W  ���������=t_._-f*������_ST^VOUCAH   BUY;  ftVOID   It* ITATIONS  Government  and  Municipal Co-Operation  ���������. N. R. Branch Lines  Close Judicial Districts.  Four judicial districts of Saskatchewan will not operate this year,  as no appropriations have been provided for them by the government  for the fiscal year 1932-33. They arc:  ��������� Gravelbourg, Leader, Maple Creek,  and Wynyard. In thc fiscal year now  closing 23 districts operated, and the  closing of the four for which no appropriation is provided will mean a  saving In expenditure of $30,870.  Try tydia E. f inkham'o Vegetable Compound  $548,00������   To  Be   Expended   On   Construction Work This Year  A total of $648,000 will be expended on branch line construction for the  Canadian National Railways ��������� this  year, that amount being authorized  in the 1929-1932 programme, according to a return tabled by R. J. Manion, Minister of Railways, in the  House of Commons. A number of the  branch lines are completed, but work  this year will be confined to five, of  which two are.in Alberta, one In Saskatchewan, one each in British "Columbia and Ontario. The programme  follows: Bulwark (Alberta) easterly,  515,000; Brantford (Ontario) cut-off,  5312,000; Hemaruka-Scapa (Alberta),  $115,000; St. Walburg (Saskatchewan) Bonnyville, $35,000; Lulu Island  (B.C.), $171,000.  Expenditures in connection with  the programme up to December 21,  1931, amounted to ,517,610,769. During  the year thc sum of $4,378,050 was  spent. Tho amount authorized in the  schedule, plus the customary 15 per  cent., totalled $33,061,350.  A number of tho constructions have  been discontinued for the time being,  DECIDEDLY- SMART DAY DRESS  FQH. MATRONS   OR  ANYONE  WHOSE    FIGURE    NEEDS  SLIMMING-  You'll love this dresa. It is black  canton-faille crepe silk.  It has the lines which have been  proven by experience are becoming to  the heavier figure. It also has the new  modish sleeve flounce and is quite  one-sided about its white crepe rever,  that provided so much smartness and  charm.  Some may like the rever to tone  with the dress, which is also very  smart and a bit more practical.  It is especially fascinating In soft  royal blue shade crepe silk. Printed  crepe silk is attractive in this model  with the rever and sleeve flounce, of  plain crepe- in blending tone.  Style No. 672 is designed for sizes  36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46 inches bust.  Size 36 requires 3% yards of 39-inch  material with y2 yard of 35-inch  contrasting.  Price of pattern 25 cents in stamps  or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap  coin carefully.  How To Order Patterns  ������������_MinM������-w>i  A-ddr-eao: W_Miipe������ Newspaper Unlon,  l���������i& McDormot Ave., Winnipeg  Explanations and Comments  Supreme Love and Supreme Treachery, verses 1 and 2.���������Before partaking of the Feast of the Passover,  Jesus was fully aware of the death  awaiting Him, and the washing of  the disciples* feet was a last illustration >af His uttermost love for his own  ���������His disciples with whom He had  lived so long and so intimately. Side  by side with His Lord's great love  for them, the Evangelist places the  treachery of Judas Iscariot, who at  the si ipper fully made up his miitd to  betray Jesus.  Supreme Power and Lowliest Service, verses 3-5.���������-In later years Peter  wrote this admonition: "All of you  gird yourselves with humility to serve  one another." Was he not thinking of  the girded towel about his Lord and  the lowly service performed on that  last night that Jesus companied with  His disciples? The consciousness of  power, mission and destiny did not  deter Jesus from this humblest- of  tasks which He set Himself; rather  did it jurge Him to -undertake it. He  arose from the table, poured water  into a basin, and began to wash the  disciples' feet.  "No impulse is too splendid for the  simplest tasks; no task-fs too simple  for the most splendid impulse." ���������  Phillips Brooks.  Blundering Love, verses 6-9.���������"Dost  Thou wash my feet?" Peter exclaimed when his Master came vo him. lithe Greek the words "su mou"���������thou,  of me���������are in emphatic contrast at  the beginning of the sentence. "What  I do thou knowest not now; but thou  shalt understand hereafter," Christ's  answer, is partly explained in verses  12-17.  "Thou shalt never wash my feet,"  impetuous Peter cried .out. Recall  Matthew 16.22. "It is the old strange  mixture of self-conceit and self-disgust: the self-conceit of old, which  under the shadow of Hermon had  called upon him so_ stern a rebuke  when he had said, ���������xhat be far from  Thee, Lord; this shall never be unto  Thee'; the self-disgust which of old,  in tp.e boat on the Sea of Galilee, had  flung him on his knees, with that  great cry wringing from his yearning heart, 'Depart from me, for I am  a sinful man, O Lord'."���������_S\ W. Far-  rar.  "I love Simon; I have made pretty  much the same blunders as he has,  only the publicity has not been given  to them."���������G. W. Bull.  "If I wash thee not, thou has no  part with Me," no part in my fellowship and kingdom, was Jesus' answer.  Peter did not fully understand, but he  was wholly loyal to his Lord. Hia  revulsion of feeling was complete  when he cried, "Lord, not my feet  only, but also my hands and- my  head."  Necessity.Of Economy In  Order  To  ,TT'Y;Saffeguard': Solvency Of  -Municipalities  Hon. Howard McConnell, Provincial'  Minister   of   Municipal   Affairs   for  Saskatchewan, has addressed a letter  over his personal   signature   to   the.  various   municipalities   pointing   out  the necessity    of close    co-operation  between    Saskatchewan   Government  and the municipalities. He point3 out  the paramount   Importance   of   safe  guarding the solvency of the municipalities, by pursuing a course of the  most rigid economy* He pays a tribute to the   gniblic   spirit   of   certain.:;  municipalities, pointing out that there -  have been instances where tax collections  in-districts where  crops  have  not been good, have exceeded tax collections in districts where crops have  been reasonably good. In  some districts which have been dried out the  financial  statements  submitted have -  given   the   greatest   encouragement.  Regret is   expressed   that   in   some  municipalities more   favored   in   the--  way of better crops financial conditions are not what they should be.  The  Minister expresses  the deslr- -  ability of the employment of capable  secretaries and paying them reasonable returns for the important services rendered.     He urges the utmost  economy in preparing the budget for  the coming year, and suggests that  only the most necessary expenditures*  be undertaken.    He-asks for a. .copy ���������  of the forthcoming budget with am indication of the proposed savings, and  offers the earnest co-operation of the-  Government,   the- Minister,   and   the-  Department.  tuberculosis /uteris Indians  Pattern No.  ...mmmm     Si_-������.  ' ������������������������ ���������_������������������.���������������  Gasoline Tax  ������.��������� ��������� ��������� IM ��������� ��������� I  i ������������������������ ��������� ������������������" ��������� mm m *.*.*.%.  Flying Into a Temper  Touch/ .., Irritable I Everythtnaiirsctu  her. Slie needs Lydia E. Pink I .am. Verge-  tal-!cG.]j>i>ou.nl to soothe her nerves and  build mp her health by its tonic action,  ^mmmammmmm^mmmai t > in riMii___���������i������i ������ni������ ���������-���������m_  In Deference To Jews  The Shakespeare play, "Julius Caesar," has been substituted in tho public schools of tho province for "Tho  Merchant of Vonico," as tho result of  objections raised by Jewish people,  Dr. J. T. M. Anderson, Premier and  Minister of Education, told tho Saskatchewan School Trustees' Association, when, ho defended tho dopart^  incut's policy regarding; text hooka  nnd denied frequent changes.  _.&������_������  Town.  i mm. m mm, . . m . m . I  i ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� am. . . m+ . ��������� mm ������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������i  ' ��������� ami a . a a.m %  A.*amj. mm a ���������-������ ��������� ������������������_��������� ���������  i .......at ������tMJL-%u_-  Net  Revenue  Shown For  Saskatchewan For Year 1931  The Saskatchewan gasoline tax resulted in a net revenue of $1,254,-  058.20 being received into the provincial treasury in 1931, figures mado  public in the legislature disclosed.  The total amount collected through  the tax was $2,458,675.20, of which  $1,148,528.59 was rebated in addition  to $56,088.50 paid out by way of commissions for collections.  In addition, it was stated by-Hon.  A. C. Stewart, Minister of Highways,  that 01,276 automobile licenses were  issued in 1031, 15,678 licenses for  trucks, 41 for public vehicles, 110 for  freight vehicles, 306 for motorcycles,  570 for livery vehicles, 2 for pedal  bicycles with motor attachments and  1,107 for trailers,  Resistance. Less    "Vigorous    Among  Those Residing In Remote  Reserves  Resistance to tuberculosis is less---  vigorous among the Indian population-.  of Canada residing In the remote reserves than elsewhere, a report of the  superintendent of Indian. Affairs indicates. Near white settlements the  ravages of this disease can be controlled; and Indians engaged in agricultural pursuits show increasing resistance. The Department of Indian  Affairs declares in regard to the latter that "it would not be Impossible  to practically stamp out tuberculosis  on several reserves, and the measures required to this end would not  be unduly costly.'*  Of the Indians in the less accessible reserves, however, tlie report says  that they are not showing "any satisfactory tendency towards increased  resistance to tuberculosis, and. their  location and manner of life mokes it  difficult, if not impossible, for the department to give them eifectlve aid ^*r  in this respect,"  WW*  W.   N.    V.    iOSl  French producers of dyes supplied  abon. Oft por cont, of tho domestic demand last year.  Germany expects nn early restoration of an unrentrlctcd rental market.  Architectural Institute  OflltMsrs Ar������ Elected At Annual Meeting Held At Lucerne  Gordon M, West, of Toronto, W13.S  elected president of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada for 1982,  at the closing sessions of tlio 25th  general annual meeting at Lucerne,  Que  John Y. McCartcr, Vancouver,, is  flrst vice-president. . Members of .tho  council for western provinces nro:  Alberta, Q. H. MaoDonald and B.  McD. Symonds; British Columbians.  TVT. TOvftlfllfrTt,' John. <Y. McGartor and  Andrew L. Merc or; Saskatchewan, HP.  H, Por tn alt and W, G. Van Egmond.  A Good Investment  DR. 1..  RpV I1ITOR   {Kxoilnntlat)  (Dental X-Ruy.   Bxtrnc-lort of Teeth, and  Oral Quraery)  Ai-i.o.mci.������ the r������mAval or hi* nf..c*_ front  thu ComerMit   Block,    to   V    Meclluul   Art*  Uli-a,,  WlnnlpaOr  Man.  Mlg   Business   In   Orient Developed  From Few CUfts  About a quarter of a century ������_,go  the Standard Oil Co. gave away without cost a large number of kerosene  oil lamps and stoves _:__ China and  throughout the Orient. This was designed to Increase tha demand Cor  herosono oil. It was a good investment; Today tankBhlpa operated by  tho Standard OU and the Shell Oil  Companies carry many millions of  gallons of kerosene tp Oriental caun-  triew. annually. While olectHc lighting  la common In port towns, throughout  the Orient tho Interior cities and  towns as well aa the rural d'istrLcjta  stllL employ korosono oil nn thely principal means of lighting.  Still Some Differences  There are still some differences between tho sexes, despite tho desperate*  efforts to eradicate them all and we������  never saw a man earnestly endeavoring to ascertain by a prolonged study  of tho outside of the envelope whom  the letter came from, instead of opening It and finding out at once and for  sure.  Farm Implements -Exported  Canadian farm Implements exported during January wero valued at  $120,324, an increase' of $9,800 over ,  December, 1031, tho Dominion Bureau  of Statistics reported recently. Thtt  best purchaser was tho United Statca  at $48,480. Ore at Britain's purchases)  totalled jpiS.SOffl.  K.,-TV*1-C,:VlIlC������^:|,<-^|_|;l|l,t,=  Franc* now haa   about   80   dally  now_pap������. rs and 200 maga-slnea.     "  T_i������y  stimulato  your llv������r, got rid  of jpo.ioKi* And  Sol., everywhtre in  ���������*_���������- BETIEW,   CRESTOK,   B.   IX  .<������������������"  ^-T ���������*���������'  - fj.'0  ���������^fr^1L:Ch?el<^>by;YY':,;-Y*'tT-  iliii������l#W  -p.f-^H^.r-W&^l-t-^i:  ^f>  *,-$'���������.  -���������������������������������������������tl-R^-  ,iB'*j i 1 cfc 'Re s fstar, c e .'���������  ^.:E;a.sy^t6VL)-i'^es-JY  f  ���������a.  f  s  ���������J  THE HOUSE OF  DREAMS-COME-TRUE  ��������� BY ���������  MARGARET P-SDLEB  Author Of  "Th������ Splendid Folly/' "The H������raa_t  Or Far En!"  Hodder & Stoufihton. Ltd., London.  1  UJ_LA_.Xil.Jr_ _______..���������v;oa.iuueu  He was looking, not at her but beyond her, as she spoke, as though  hi* thoughts dwelt with some past  memory. His expression was in-  scrutable^ she could not interpret it.  -Presently he turned back to her and  though he smiled there was a deep,  ���������unfathomable sadness* in his eyes.  *Tvg had one unforgettable lesson," he said quietly. "The Tormarin  temper���������the cursed * inheritance of  every one of us���������has ruined my life  just as it has ruined others before  me."  The words seemed to fall on Jean's  ears with a numbing sense of calamity, not alone in that past to which  . they primarily had reference, but as  though thrust in0, forward in some  mysterious way into the future���������her  . future.  She was conscous off a vague foreboding that that "cursed inheritance"  of the Tormarins was destined, sooner or later, to impinge upon her own  life.  At night, when she went to bed,  Her mind was still groping blindly in  the dark places of dim premonition.  Single sentences from the afternoon's  conversation kept flitting through her  brain, and when at last she slept it  was to dream that she had lost her  way and was wandering alone in a  wild ,and desolate region. Presently  she came to a solitary dwelling, set  lonely in the.midst of the interminable plain. TJiree wretched-looking  scrubby little fir trees grew "to one  side of the house, all three of them  bent.j in the jT same .direction, as  though beaten and bowed forward by  ���������ceaseless winds. While she stood  wondering whether*-she4 should ven  ture to knock at the door of the  house and ask her way, it opened  and Geoffrey Burke came out.  "Ah! There you are!" he exclaimed, as though he had been expecting  Thiers 5T'ye been Waiting for you- Will  .you'comje into my parlour?'.'  ���������T':He smiled at her as. he spoke���������-she  could see tbe even flash of Ms white  teeth���������^-but /there -was something in  the quality of the smile which terrified,.her, and ' without .answering a  word she turned to escape.  But he overtook her in a couple of  strides, catching her by the hand ih a  gl IJ^r   ������(-.       __������;_^^3       a^xxan.       ai_       __^yp_-_������^ia       ������*������  though the bones of her fingers must  crack under it.  ���������"Gome into my parlour," he repeated. "If you don't, you'll be  stamped forever with the mark of the  beast. It's too late to try and run  away."  Jean woke in a cold perspiration of  terror. The dream had been of such  vividness that it was a full minute  before she could realize that, actually,  she was safely tucked up in her own  bed at Staple. When she did, the relief was so immeasurable that she almost cried.  The next morning, with the May  sunshine streaming in through the  open window, it was easier to laugh  at her nocturnal fears; and to trace  the odd phrases which, snatched from  the previous day's conversation with  Burke and Tormarin and jumbled up  together, had supplied the nightmare  horror of her dream.  But, even so, it was many days before she could altogether shake off  the disagreeable impression it. had  ____>*__��������� on her.  Nerves Kept Her Awake  Mrs. Scheer Says She Sleeps Like Log  Sta Tafring Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills.  V  WWW    W7W  Refreshed  in Morning.  .;���������;���������" "I can truthfully  recommend Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for  all those suffering  from a rundown  state of nerves,"  writes Mrs. Scheer,  of Prince Albert, Sask. "My nerves were  in such a rundown condition that I could  hot sleep at night. Many nights I could  not lie in bed at all, and would get up  and walk the floor. A friend told me  her mother was in the same condition  and had found relief by taking Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. I have taken four  boxes, and can now sleep like a log, and  I feel so refreshed in the morning. I do  my own housework and am a dressmaker  besides."  The reason why Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills are so effective in such cases is that  they create new rich blood, which supplies to the nerves the very elements they  need. Equally effective for all rundown  or anaemic conditions.... Try them. At  your druggist's,   50c a package.       275  food SOURS  ABOUT two hours after eating  many people suffer froirt sour  (Stomachs. Thoy call It iadigeation. It  menns thnt tho ntomneh ner van have  been over-stimulated. There is excess  '.add. The; way to correct it is with nn  nlkuli, which neutralize.) many tunes  Its volume In acid,      . _.    ���������  Tho right way'fa Phillips' Milk of  Mioaw������8J���������������Jus* ������ toHtolMH. dose in  water. It is- plcananV efficient and  hnrmles. / Results come tilmonl in-  ifltirritly. ������ is tho approved method-  You. will never use another when  ���������.you know.  Be suire to get the genuine Phillips*  .Mjlk of Magnesia prescribed hy  phys-olaim for correcting excess acids,  .BOo a bottle���������any drug store.  The ideal dentifrice for clean  -teeth and healthy gums is Phillip/  Itanlal Magnesia, a superior tooth-  pttBto thnt .������._fcg������un-<ln ntfnimt acid-  Hioutli. (Mado in Canada.)  W.    N.    U.    1031  CHAPTER  XIV.  A Compact  "You don't like Jean Peterson."  Burke    made    the    announcement  without preface.   He and Judith were  sitting together on the verandah at  Willow Ferry, where their coffee had  been brought them after lunch. Judith  inhaled  a -whiff of  cigarette  smoke  before she answered^   Then, without  any change of expression, her eyes  fixed on the glowing tip of her cigarette, she answered composedly:  "No.    Did you expect I.should?"  "Well, hang it all,  you don't hold  her accountable for her father's defection, do you?"  A dull red crept up under 3___rs.  Craig's sallow skin, but she did not  liCt her eyes. They were still intent  on the little red star of light dulling  slcwly into grey ash.           "Not accountable," she replied coolly. "I look upon her as an unpleasant  consequence." She bent forward suddenly. "Do you realise that she  might have been���������my child?" There  was a sudden vibrating quality in her  voice, and for an instant a rapt look  look came into her face, transforming  its hard lines. "But she isn't. She'  happens to be the child of the man I  loved���������and another woman."  "You surely' cantt hate her for  that?" .]  "Can't I? You d(5>n't know much  about women, Geoff. Glyn Peterson  stamped on my prijie, and a woman  never forgiven that." \  She leaned back in her chair again j  her face otice* more an indifferent  mask. Burke sat silent, staring  broodinglyin front of him. Presently  her glance flickered curiously over his  .face. ITT..--.. .������������������..���������  .-"Why does jit matter to yiou whether'I like her"' or njbt?" she asked,  breaking the silence whieh had fallen.;  Burke shifted in his chair so that  ho faced her. His eyes looked far*  more red than brown at thc moment,;  as though they glowed with some hot  inner light.  "Because," he said deliberately,  "I'm going to marry her."  Judith sat suddenly upright.  "So that's tho moaning of your  constant   pilgrimages   to   Staple,   is  it?"  "Just that."  Sho laughed���������-a, disagreeable littlo  laugh like a douche of cold water.  "You're rather late in the field,  aren't you?"  "You moan that Blaise Tormarin  wants her?"  "Ol course I do. It's evident enough,  Isn't It?"  Burke pulled xit hia pipe reflectively.  "I should have thought he'd had a  sickener with Nesta Froyne."  "So he had. But not in the way  you moan. He never���������loved���������Nesta."  "Then why on earth did ho auk hor  to marry him?"  "'Good heavens, Geoffreyt You're ft  mail���������and you oak mm that!     Thorn  are heaps of men who ask women to  marry them on the strength of a temporary infatuation, and' then regret it  ever after. Luckily ior Blaise, Nesta  saved him the 'ever after' part. But"  ���������eyeing him significantly���������"Blaise's  feeling for Jean isn't *)f the 'temporary' type.     Of -ti-at-.T^u sure."  "All the same, I don't believe he  means to ask her to marry him."  "No. I don't thiuK.he does���������mean  to. He's probably got some high-  minded scruples about not asking a  second woman to make a mess of her  life as a result of the Tormarin temper. It would be just like Blaise to  adopt that attitude. But he will ask  her, all the same. The thing'll get tcfo  She shrugged her thin, supple  shoulders with indifference.  'J didn't make myself. Glyn Peterson had a good share in kneading the  dough: why shouldn't his daughter  eat ������the bread ? And anyhow, old  thing"���������her whole face suddenly softening-���������"I should like you to have  what you want���������-reven if yoti wanted  the moon! So you can count on me.  But I don't think you'll find it _ all  plain sailing."  "No"���������sardonically. "She'll likely  be a little devil to break. . . . Well,  start being a bit more friendly, will  you? Ask her to lunch."  Accordingly, a day or two later, a  charming little note found its way to  Staple, inviting Jean to lunch with  Mrs. Craig,  "I shall be quite alone," it ran, '���������'as  Geoffrey is going off for a day's fishing, so I hope Lady Anne will spare  you to come over and keep me company for an hour or two."  Jean was delighted at this evidence  that Judith was thawing towards her.  She was genuinely anxious that they  should become friends, feeling that  it was up to her, as Glyn's daughter,  to atone���������in so far as friendliness  and sympathy could be said to atone  ���������for his treatment of her. Beyond  this, she had a vague hope that later,  if she and Judith ever became intimate enough to touch on the happenings of the past, she might be able  to make the latter, see her father in  the same light in which she herself  saw him���������as a charming, lovable,  irresponsible child, innocent of any  intention ^to wound, but with all a  child's iinregarding pursuit of a desired object, irrespective of the con-  sequencess to others.  (To Be Continued.)  GAINED life. A WEEK  Kruscfien Stopped it���������  Now 11 lbs. Down  "I started to take Kruschen Salts  a month-ago, to reduce myweight-^-  jafter "trying several.other ways. -1 am  pleased with the results, as "from 22-4  lbs., I have lost 11 lbs., which'I think  is a move in the right direction. I feel  better all round,.and am hoping to get  down to 168 lbs. I am 52 years of age,  and 5 feet 8 inches,-and was putting on  weight consistently at the rate of half-  a-pound per week, so you see I have  cause to' be. thankful for .Krusches  Salts."���������H.W.   -  An over-stout person Is an auto-  intoxicated (or self-poisoned) person  whose internal organs are failing to  expel from the body the waste products  of digestion. Allowed to accumulate,  tuts waste matter is turns** ___to _aycs  after layer of hideous fat.  The six salts in Kruschen assist the  internal organs to perform their  functions properly���������to throw off each  day the wastage and poisons that  encumber the system. Then, little by  little, that ugly fat goes���������slowly, yes���������  but surely, and you feel so wonderfully  healthy, youthful, and energetic���������more  so-than ever before in your life !  FREE TRIAL OFFER  If you have never tried Kruschen���������try ������t now  at our expense. We have distributed a great  many special "GIANT" pad-ages which make  for  miggist:  strong for him.  And* when he asks  her, Jean will. say yes.  "You may be right. I've always said  you were no fool, Judy. But if it's as  you think, then I must get in first,  that's ail. First or last, though" ���������  with a grim laugh���������"I'll back myself  to beat Blaise Tormarin. And you've  got to help me."  Followed a silence while Judith  threw away the stump of her cigarette and lit another. She did not hurry over the process, but went about it  slowly and deliberately, holding the  fiame of the match to the tip of her  cigarette for quite an unnecessarily  long time.  At last:  4T don't mind if I do," she said  slowly. "I don't think I���������envy���������your,  wife much, Geoffrey. She won't be  a very happy woman, so I don't mind  assisting Glyn Peterson's daughter to  the position. It would make things so  charming all round if he and I ever  met again"���������smiling ironically.  Burke looked at her with a mixture of admiration and disgust.  "What a thorough-going little beast  you are, Judith," he observed tranquilly.  QAV/Cn iMDHDTirrk i\Droo  UnfLU   llfli  WIM 1_I_S  UhLOO  *OJ  "After a. little wearing, a lovely green  voile���������an imported dress���������lost colour  so completely that it was not wearable. A friend who had admired It  asked me -why I wasn't wearing it  any more. On hearing the reason  she advised dyeing _it and recommended Diamond  Dyes  it easy for you to prove our claim for yourself.  Ask your druggist for the new "GIANT" 75c.  Thisconsista of our regular 75c "bottle together  Vrith a separate trial bottle���������sufficient for about  one week. Opea the trial bottle first, put it to  the test, and then, if not entirely convinced that  Kruschen doea everything we claim Lt to do. the  regular bottle is still aa good aa new. Take it  back. Your druggist is authorised to return,  your 75c immedi-.-ely and without question.  Vou have tried Kruschen free, at our expense.  What could be fairer? Manufactured by  E. Griffiths Hughes, Ltd., Manchester, Eag.  CEstab. ������756). Importer-: McGillivray Bros..  Ltd., Toronto.   ~  More War Than Peace  3,153 War Years In the Las.   $,4������l  Years Of World's History  There have been 3,153 "wax years"1  in the last 3,421 years of the world's  history, according to statistics published by the Society of Internationa!  Law.  The society's report said that so far  as is known there have been only 268  "peace years," but incomplete records  To make  a I of t*"8 evolution of nations make it  long    story    short, " it    turned    out I difficult to determine definitely wheth-  beautifully.   I   have   a   lovely   new i er   even   those   years   were   entirely  dress  that  really  cost Just 15c���������thel���������      ������, ������  price   of   one   package   of Diamond pes***1"-  Dyes.   . .  "I have since used Diamond Dyes  for both  tintiag  and dyeing.     They  do either squally ws!!.. I am. 2_oi ?t*  expert dyer but I never have _i failure  with  Diamond  Dyes.  They  seem  to  be made bo they always go on smoothly   and.   evenly. -They   never    spot,  streak or run;    and    friends,    never  know the things I dye with Diamond  Dyes are redyed at all!"  Mrs. R.P., Quebec.  %jfeu etmcooML  -yegi&TahJes  COMFORT  for COMCICY  BABIES  . . .THROUGH    CASTORIA'S  GENTLE   REGULATION  Tho best way to prevent colic,  doctors say, 13 to avoid gas In. stomach  and bowels by keeping tho entiro  intestinal tract \opcn, freo from waste.  But remembor thin: ������ tiny bnby'n  tender little organs cannot atand  harsh treatment. Thoy mut.fc bo  gently urged. This is Just tho time  Castoria can. help most. Cantorln,  you know, Is mado npeolally for bablea  and children, It Is a puro vegetable  preparation, perfectly harmless. It  contalno no liarsh druge, no narcotlco.  For yoara lt haa helped mothers  through tffytag tirtics with colicky  bablea and children fluttering with  digestive upaeta, colds and fever.  Keep genuine Castoria on hand, with  the name:  "Blessed are the meek, for they  shall inherit the earth."���������Matthew v.  5.  He that is down need fear no fall,  He that is low no pride;  He that is humble ever shall  Have God to be his guide.  I am content with what I have,  Little be it or much;  And, Lord, contentment still I crave,  Because Thou savest such.  ���������John Bunyan,  He, and he only, possesses the earth  as he goes toward heaven, by benig  humble and cheerful, and content  with what his good God has allotted  him. He has no turbulent, repining,  vexatious thoughts that he deserves  better; nor is he vexed when he sees  others possessed of moro honour or  more riches than his wise God has  allotted for his share. But he possesses what he has with a meek and contented quietness. God has two dwellings,���������one in heaven, and tho other in  a meek and thankful heart.���������Izaak  Walton.  CA   C   T /*\  n  I ' A  ASTORIA  Dust Causes Asthma. Even a little  speck too small to oeo will lt?ad to  agonies which no words can describe.  The walls of the breathing tubes contract and it seems as Jf the very life  must paaa. From thitj condition- Dr, JV  D. Kellogg's. Asthma Remedy brings  the user to perfect real. It relieves,  tho passages and- normal breathing  ls ftrmly established again. Hundreds  of testimonials received annually  prove its effectiveness.  Word Growing In Ubo.  "World" is a word constantly growing In use���������world court, world bank,  world trade conforoncos, world disarmament, world poaco���������and made  possible only through better world  understanding.  gaMcegant  Jhy vising"      ^  Do each vegetable up in il������ own bagf  of Cant-par Cookery Parchmcnt-  There won't be any odor, not even  from cnuliflov. er. All the food value  and flavor will be retained.   And  ?ou use only orle burner turned  ow for cooking.   The flavor* will  not mix!  Do the anme with boiled or steamed  fiBh. You'll be delighted wish tl_������-  rcanlts. No fishy odor in the kitchen.  No saucepan or kettle to clean up.  When roasting meat, lino your pan  with Canapnr. Fats and juices won't  burn. No more scraping or _icoui>  ing of the v**** afterwards.  You can use Canapnr repeatedly  by simply rinsing it off and hanging up to dry. It doesn't absorb  odors. Makes a perfect dint. ������lotb.  Silky, strong, and doesn't spread  lint. Made by the makers of the  famous PAHA-SANI Henvy Waxed  Paper in the Green Box.  Special Offer  ���������>'   Most grocers, druggists and department otorcs have Caniifinr on sale,  . but If yours haan's, aond thle. canto .  pon direct to the makers nnd wall  . Iijjivo yow u mow und _i_-U|u*j E������oo_.ll������-a  entitled "Leftovers", containing on������  hundred recipes as a bonus for  your trouble. ��������� ���������'��������� ���������  App[afa.<l P-{Mr Product*, Lul������,  Hamilton, Ontario.  Enclosed find 25c for wit triple a so send mo one full' ������i_i*  package of  Canapar Coolctry  Parchment and your 100 recipes  for ''Leftovers",  JMiHBMtMittff?  Distemper    responds    quickly    to  IDmi-v-lnH' ingvptlan Liniment,   Keep n  bottle handy in tho ������U.ble,  .������MOtl ...������������������������������! |t������t. ..MlHlM.I t ( !������������������������������. ������*M  Name.,.,  rfiddresm,,  My dcal*r I* .....i  >.tt.4������-������t>������t .*���������*#*���������_���������  410 '���������FHJS   ���������J������JfiSTi.������   imVl&W  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance;  $a.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.    s  CRESTON,  B.C.,   FRIDAY, MAR.   4  LETTERS IB THE EDITOR  Mote About Canyon Power  Editor   Review:  Sir'���������Your editorial in the  Review of February 26th gives  my suggestion, that the proper  way to develop Goat Canyon is  by local effort, such good support  that I feel every effort should be  made to carry this through.  There is a kind of inferiority  complex in the Valley when it  comes to undertaking anything;  a kind of "Let George do it" feeling, and when George does it and  makes a profit everybody  grumbles.  As I pointed out in my former  letter the advantages of the  scheme are so obvious that it is  well worth an effort to pull together and put the scheme over.  Therefore let's take off our coats  and get busy. There are diffi-  culties, of course, but things  worthwhile are seldom easy.  You pointed out how other  communities have found that  the ownershipjoff these plants is  not only beneficial to the com-  munity*but also very profitable.  The city of Nelson, in the annual  ������3 UWTUi CII1-,  ���������������._���������..������.���������i   *M -_       _������.../_4hi-|.       _\*r  OU-L.WO ;g ������_      p^vruu      ������'_.  $72r430.50;from their light plant  after allowing'for operating costs,  interest and sinking|fund charges.  If Grand Forks can spend  $45000.00 and save money on  their contract with the West  Kootenay, and get the benefits  outlined in your editorial, the  same thing applies to this Valley.  T__t  if  e granted, the efore,  that we have nothing to lose by  owning our dower plant, so that  the next step is to consider how  this can be done. Had we a  district municipality in the Valley  the thing would have been easy.  As we h.a,ve not, the only other  responsible organization is the  Village. It is to the commissioners  that we have to turn for leader-  ship and T would suggest that  they take immediate steps to find  out just what such a plant as we  would require would cost to build  and operate.  ������  \& ^W KB ������b r t&  SO many motorists have discovered the difference six  cylinders make that today the Chevrolet Six leads all  other automobiles in sales.  Six cylinders are better in everjr way. For example,  Chevrolet's six-cylinder motor "picks-up" in high gear  quickly and without vibration. You get away ahead of  the traffic and you do not have to shift gears so often.  Secondly, you can drive as fast and as far as you like  without any sense of strain or fatigue. For six-cylinder  travel is smooth, quiet and restful at every speed.  Then, too, Chevrolet smoothness is built-in smoothness  ���������inherent in six-cylinder design and Chevrolet's method  of insulating engine from chassis by thick rubber cushions.  It protects against the wcar-and-tear of constant vibration  as long as you drive your Chevrolet.  In addition to these great advantages, Chevrolet offers  you Free Wheeling with safe, silent Syncro-Mcsh gear  shifting. It gives you <_0-horscpower performance vdth  lowest operating costs of any full-size car, ccjjardlRSs of  the number of cylinders. And Chevrolet provides Bodies  by FisL_er ��������� smarter, roomier and moire lastingly quiet.  Drive a Chevrolet Six. Yon will find one pleasure and  advantage after another to emphasize  the fact: It's Wise to Choose a  volet 'Six!  Chev-  Produced m Canada  MEW C-HffiTVROLiHT <Sfl)K  *iffl|iiJipMiiiji������!.  I    ',^������^"_"__^;<.p������^V'>Vy  rwrrrrrrc  if!.Is:1  wfilli   SllamV   fScMGoiracI  {fit Ymtic r ������������-).-_ a iu Hi   ___-_l  t5_������u_*_|-lJfip'i*-_-     iF *������.__..  "Wild .-Blrtify  iPii,..,,,  1.  it  - it  /4ii"iririi,ii^iiikf   ik mm*m%.wyr**r*\wr%at  CRESTON  I do not mean a plant just to  supply the needs of the Village,  but of the whole Valley. There  is no need at the present time to  install a plant more than  sufficient for our needs but if the  damming, or whatever method  the engineers advise, is installed  to develop the whole power available other units can be added as  more power is required.  It may be urged that the  Village has no power to raise  money or undertake an enterprise  of this kind. True, but we can  obtain leave from the lieutenant-  governor-in-council, and while n  ordinary times this leave might  be hard -to obtain there is no  doubt at the present time any  project that would create work  would be very favorably received.  Moreover the taxpayers of this  Val ley have to.put up their share  of the money used for relief work  so that again we, are oh the right  side of the fence when we use  money to-benefit everybody.  There is another thing that  goes with the Canyon development,   Water���������and  1~4-_. __*  11.  C\M4  When we consider thst a large  portion of the Valley has not even  an efficient supply for domestic  use, much less water for irrigation  purposes,, it can readily be seen  that an efficient water supply is a  logical adjunct to power development.  It may be said that it is impossible to pump for irrigation.  This may be true when an  irrigation project pure and simple  Is being operated but in conjunction with domestic water and a  light plant it becomes a simple  matter. The water would go  through the turbines and then  into'the pumps. When the big  quantity of water is needed the  light load would be low and it  would require no more help in  the plant than-iis necessary for  the ordinary running of such a  plant. It- is a regretable fact  that had the money spent on the  Arrow Creek Irrigation project  been spent on the Canyon it  would have sufficed the whole  Valley and to spare.  It must not be inferred that in  advocating a- municipal-owned  plant that I am in any way  hostile to Creston Power & Light  Company. It is quite easy to  make a working agreement with  them, or to take over their lines,  at a fair valuation. This  company has given us good  service and are entitled to consideration.  The March meeting of the  Board of Trade happens to be  prior to the Village council  meeting. Would it be amiss if  the members gave this matter  serious thought so that it can be  discussed intelligently and possibly a deputation could be appointed to meet the village commissioners.  In conclusion, Mr. Editor, so  many of my friends have congratulated mo on' bringing this  matter to the notice of the  Valley that I feel that no  apology is required for this  second letter, especially after the  clear and lucid way you summed  up the situation in your editorial.  I was told also to get anywhere  I should have to make myself a  confounded nuisance. I have a  better opinion of the good sense  of crny fellow citizens than to  think that this will be necessary  in a matter so obviously in the  interest of the whole Valley.  I have heard talk of a sctoer'  system. Thio is useless without  an adequate water supply. The  light and water project will not  coat more and is fifty timet, more  essential.' There ia tt lot of preliminary work to be done, ho once  again I nugqmt that tyfl,jj������fc'hWFiy������  CHAS, MURRELL.  m  ������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������i__g B_3QB_a_iaMai  ��������� _u_ ��������� *tm ��������� aw ��������� ���������._���������(  When it's Your Move  [let us know  The best evidence ot our  intentions in the moving business is the service we have  rendered to the people of this  community for almost a quarter of a centorv.  We never break promises  or furniture. We deli ver the  goods efficiently and speedily.  s  ���������  a  j  I  We price our services reasonably always.  cOREATH  G3  CGA/L  )_g_____ia__o9ia  WOOD  FLOUR  FEED  5  S  a  !  m  m  .m  ^^^^^^^^^S^^XS^S^S^^^^SS  Old and New  Photos of  Creston  Displayed in  Our Window  give    a   record  ojf  Creston's progress.  SNAPSHOTS   are   good   in   Winter  or  Summer with the hew VERI CHROME  FILMS  (__a_  or.  ^8  ������  V_S-.  !������������������������������������     ��������������� H    m   ������������  P^  UHbSiUN UKU^ & bllUKSiUHE  .')  TBE  REXALL  STORE  GEO. K. E__S___I_Y  kh*9  jm.ggL-.JK.Sit.  Jm**m.3SL.   JtlSU. SO.  J3t JtJ.SH.   J&LSSL JfLSQ.   JO. SO.   S&Stt,   .-__-_-���������   J&.S&.   Sm.SS.  Your local manager  Branch Managers cost*-  mand the knowledge and  : experience of tlie whole  iBank, and every local.  ��������� Manager is devoted to  furthering the interests  of the community it%  . which he resides.  The Bank will give you  painstaking and depends  able service. 4tt  fRIAl MM OF CANADA  MEAD ������rWCH - TORONTO  I Capital and Rworvo $15,000*000 j  CUI58TON BRANCH       .    .      J. S. W. CLOWES, Manag-or  Hi .uwlies at Nolaon, In verm arc, Cranbrook ������ncl Furnlo  mmm  rrif        mf.  Thrift  consists ia spending less than  von earn.  If by* careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings balances and shall welcome your  account. ^  ,aiu_______________l mamammmAAmm* ^MH_____ /.        _____      ______ __ _T _���������    __M\        J_        m___L      ������������������������������, g.^tH^_     , \   ^        mmm      u^h______i  _____  THE CANADIAN BANK  ta^XJiyiNJLm^MmS^  Capital Paid Up $20,000^000  Iletterve Fund $20,000,000  Cecil ton Branch  H, J. Forb������a, Mnnnacr '.A :'���������  ...������ :.',������  TMJB ' V-tttiHTUJN   JUfiVJUfiW  ^_-A. A. _L. __. __,��������� __ ���������__...__ .__..__���������__.._V.__..__..__���������-__..__.. A. __..__.- __.__k_ __..__.. __���������4. -A.--_.__. __. A- __.__.- __-__.-__.-__,.._.���������___  PAorte fi?  CRESTON  ���������^^L^^r.  Li  Ft  Phone 52L  WYNNDEL  CASH STORE  -Ul B  PRICES EFFECTIVE from  MARCH 3rd to Sth.  To each of our customers purchasing Two Pounds  of our Tea or Coffee we will sell  20 Pounds of SUGAR for $1.00  piling is being driven in the hope of  saving the bridge. In the pressure cf  the ice the bridge haa been sprung 14  inches out of alignment at the centra.  i  - ��������� -J  fr  CHEESE, 2 lbs _  $    .49  CHEESE, 2 lb. box  .49  BUTTER, 2 lbs.  [49  WHITE BEANS, 8 lbs  [49  RICE, 7 lbs   .49  SAGO. 6 lbs. _   .49  TAPIOCA, 6 lbs  .49  BAKING POWDER. 2 lbs.. _49  BACON 2 lbs   _. .39  EXTRACTS, 4 2 oz. botts.. AQ  SPICES, 6 tins   \%  WALNUTS.shelled, lKIbs. ^49  PEACHES, A tins...   ^9  APRICOTS, 4 tins _ A9  1 tin CRISCO   A(\  1 !b. COFFEE  _. ���������4l'������?  1 lb. COFFEE  A Cm  4 lbs. WHITE BEANS.  ���������*_-**������  MILK, Tails, 4 tins   ^  MILK, Baby, 7 t ns  ,49  1 lb. TEA- .._;..' .  >gn  1 tin CORNED BEER  e*W  LARD, Ss, per'tin-..  ~75?  5 WHITE NAPTHA SOAP, 7q  2 lbs, SOAP CHIPS - - ���������*__-���������?  3 tins SOUP ~    2 tins TOMATOES    2 tins PEAS ._.   >������*>  3 tins SOUP ~  .H-mP  SODAS. $1.00 size  4$  GINGER SNAPS, 3 lbs ....... ,49  IIG BARS, 2 lbs..-  .49  CANNED GOODS  6 tins SOUP ��������� m4$  4 tins TOMATOES  [49  4 tins PEAS ..��������� ...  [40  4 tins CORN- .'...   ,49  3 tins STRING BEANS  .   .49  5 tins PORK & BEANS....... Jp  8 tins SARDINES ....  40  4 tins PILCHARDS  '40  4 tins SALMON......  '40  BROOMS. 5 string. .....  .49  VEGETABLES  8 lbs. CABBAGE .���������__  8 lbs. CARROTS  A Q'  10 lbs   POTATOES  ���������*_r������7  FRUIT  2 lbs. BANANAS. .". .��������� j������������\  1 doz. ORANGES _.  ������*%&  2 lbs. RHUBARB   A���������\  I doz. ORANGES   .***?  JAM���������4 lb. tins  PEACH, per tin    t4\Q.  PLUM, per tin   .49  RASPBERRY, per tin. ���������.. ,49  STRAWBERRY, per tin.  [49  "LOGANBERRY, per tin.���������- [49  1 jar MUSTARD   1 tin CORNED BEEF,   1 tin SALMON .   1 lb BUTTER..:...- .-.- j* CkS  3 tins SOUP ~.~ - - ���������**%9  Christie-Speaker Nuptials  A marriage of great interest to a wide  circle of friends^ was " solmenized at  Trinity United Church on Sunday  afternoon by the pastor, Rev A.Walker,  when Lyda, youngest daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Herb Christie, was united in  wedlock with Alfred Speaker, in the  presence of a company of invited guests.  The bride, who was given in marriage by  her father, wore a travelling suit of navy  blue with coat and hat to .match, and  was supported by her sister, Miss Ena  Christie, who was similarly attired. W.  E. Fortin was best man. Immediately  after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs  Speaker left by auto for Spokane, where  You"������3 mUhe.OaV*r^90-fm^lG&  mr   *w   **f    ff mm\ B     BB  l._������___������..MM^.-SM        M.S11 _   uuiacjriuuvu    ������T-������������      UC   ������-l_e_it,      and      On  their return   they will  take  yg'y  ���������m>mm,mm'mm,m  "V^"VW,W"V  ^"VVV^V^'V'V'W1  ���������mr-W'WW  they will take up housekeeping in apartments in the Lamont  building. Both . of the contracting  parties are_ well known and popular  members oijCrestori's younger set, and  have all the good wishes of a ho3t of  friends for success and happiness.  High School Activities  A complete service for your earfat a  Garage modernly equipped to  fill all vour motor needs.  1       CANYON STREET at BARTON AVE.  ������ '.:������������������"-��������� m  mr*m^9m%*mm^������*1^mam\Am^fAa^  At a meeting of the executive of the  High School Literary and Athletic  SycietyJ on Friday, Kate Payne was  appointed as. representative on the  executive for grade 9. The appointment  was necessitated by the resignation of  Dorothea MacDonald, who has left  school. The'.executive also appointed  Margaret Armitage and Eva LaBelle as  captains of the B and C basketball  teams.  On Friday afternoon, February 19th,  Grade5 entertained the other members  of the Jjiterary Society in the Parish  Hall. The programme included community singing, a shadow play, and a  one-act piayiet, as well as a number of  songs by a girls' choir.  Basketball proves of interest . to a  great many. Over 30 girls aad 12 boys  taking an active part.  Local and Personal  t .   FOR SALE���������Ford lightdelivery truck.  1927 model, in good shape, or will  exchange for team of work horses. F.  Hollaus, Lister.  H. Crosby, yard man at the C. O.  Rodgers sawmill, has just completed the  purchase of the former Henry Lyne  place of four acres of choice orchard  property on upper Grand view Heights,  CHRIST CHURCH  CRESTON  r A.���������_____________mW.��������� m\m.- AA  _______  ^-���������*-- ___L-_e__.__-.-___._.__k._-  For  SATISFACTION you'll find it  hard to improve on  JEWELL COAL  Don't   take   our word for it, but try  order and judge for yourself.  an  transfer  P.O. BOX 79  ALBERT DAVIES  **mm v  ��������� V a, ��������� V*f ���������wW'Vam'wVWafV  mmmm,vmmv\*'  wvmwmm"mmm,m,vvv^v',ww"w"0m*j"wmw  ���������MpMNV.  ���������mr-aVVW'ag'  'Wm'm,arm'+m'*,m*>' *f  SUNDAY, MARCH ������  CRESTON���������8.00 a m.s Hoiy Commuiem;  7.80 p.m., Evensong.  LISTER���������11.00 a m., Matins.  When you're  away  telephone  home  "I wonder how the folks at  home are" ia a natural thought  when you're many miles away  from thfem. Why hot find out  now? It's so easy when there's  a telephone handy,  A few words to a Jong-distance  operator wiil enable you to  'drop in" on the family, and  your talk with them will be  a]most like chatting face to  lace.  The folks back hbme will be  as glad to hear you as you will  ho to hear thc-tav ���������������������������������������������:  Kootenay Telephone Co.  LIMITED  and gets possession at the first of the  month For the past two years' the  place has been operated by the Patalla  brothers, and was owned by C. W.  Allan.  Ollie Christie, an employee of the  Rodgers box factory, is taking enforced  vacation at present. While at work on  Friday morning around the hot pond in  which the veneer bolts are floated to take  the frost out of .them before going onto  the knife that cuts them into strips, he  missed his footing and sustained scalds  on his legs which, while not serious, are  decidedly painful.  In the presence of the immediate  friends and relatives Miss Minnie Ewert  of Regina, Sask., became the bride of  Otto Kockott at the Lutheran parsonage  on Wednesday, Rev. C. Baase officiating  The bride was gowned in a pink crepe  ensemble. Mr. and Mrs. Kockott will  make their home on the groom's ranch, at  East Creston. and have the b-st wishes  of friends for a successful future.  For the first time in many years Creston was absolutely without train service  on Saturday The westbound' was held  up for 20 hours due to a washout near  Hosm.er. and the eastbound did not leave  Nelson at all due to heavy olides on the  line between Proctor and Kootenay  Landing. On Sunday the "westbound  was on time but tne eastbound did not  go through until almost midnight. No  freight was moving either Saturday or  Sunday.  Mrs. W.; Fraser was hostess at. a  miscellaneouis shower at her home on  Friday night honoihig MJbs Lyda  Christie, whoso marriage to Alf .Speaker,  took plnco on Sunday afternoon. About  20 girl friends woro invited and bridge  was u feature of the ovoning with high  score prize going to Miss Ena Christie,  while the low acoro trophy waa annexed  by Miss Rita Kirk. The guest of honor  was tho recipient of many useful gifts for  thp new home, and a delightful lunch  was served at the close of an evening  that all very ftruch enjoyed.  Aftor being.closed to traffic Tuosdny  mnd Wednesday tho bridge -acront. tho  Kootonny Rivor at Bonners, Perry was  put into use again on Thursday with  certain restrictions, Por tho two daya  mcntloncd tho long atructuro was in  danger of going out duo to tho preBsure  of Ico thnt is backed up for about eight  ,i|riil������tir . glulujf ciuno with tho .coldor  woutl-cr which sot in yesterday and  now  School, Basketball League  Pld. Wm. Lst. Pts.  High School A. _._.  11        0       2  High School B.   2       112  High School C .  2       112  Public School  10        10  High School B team handed a surprise  defeat to the High School C team on  Wednesday last when they defeated, them  by a 13 10 score. There was little to  choose between iihe- teams.. they game  being fairly even all the way through.  With three minutes to go Margaret Armitage converted a free throw, reducing  the C's lead to one point. Immediately  afterwards Edith Rentz sank one from  nhder the basket, followed by a nice shot  from the side by Margaret Armitags*.  be  pnng   Order your Tank for boiling Spray now. made of heavy   4  absolutely   j  guage  iron, welded throughout, no  seams,  leak proof, five years guarantee, low price.  League Basketball  Pld. Wn. Lst. Pts.  High School A.  ..3       3 0 6  High SehoolB-:-.-...���������.;.-.. 1       0 1 0.  Pals...,  ~.  1       0 1 0  Chums .'..  1       0 1 0  Thursday night's game was rather onesided, with the High School A's beating  the Pais by a score of 26-3. The Pals  made a game fight but were no match  for the more experienced and smoothly  running high school girls. Helen  Meldrum, Nancy Dcwnes and Irene  LaBelle were outstanding for the losers,  while Nellie Payne, Opal LaBelle and  Betty Speers did excellent work for  the winners.  The Centipedes' boys team played an  exhibition game between themselves, the  Reds captained by E. Whitfild, against  the Blues, in charge of EarL Marriott.  The game was ragged, the Blues winning  15-10.  A crowd of about 50 saw the games.  E. Marriott and Prank Levira handled  tho whistles for for the first game, and  Mrs. Levirs was arbitrator in the second.  The girls' teams:  High School A -E. Armitage S, A.  Crane 2, B. Speerp 3, H. Lewis 2, Kate  Payne, O LaBelle 2, M. Abbott, Nellie  Payne 10, Irons Bourdon 4, Molly  Moore.  Pals-���������M. Smith, Irene LaBelle,  Marion McDonald 3, Nancy Dowhts,  Helen Meldrum, Ada Lewis. Mr . Geo.  Kelly, Beth Putnam.  ORDER YOUR PIPES BEFORE THE PRICE GOES UP-   We  are offering you prices never before heard of in Creston Valley.  2-inch Black Pipe, 15c. per foot.  1 J^-rnch Black Pipe, 18c9 per foot. 2-Iacb  Standard Gate Valves, $4 each.     All Pipes and Valves are guaranteed to stand 200 pounds water pressure* Prices are f.o.b. Creston.  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The masks 'were ordered by tho  Ministry of the Interior for the protection of the civil population in case  of a gas attack. It is intended by the  French Government, to have enough  gas masks on hand to guarantee every  The outstanding event listed -on the Canadian national calendar for  1982 is the Imperial Economic Conference which will open at Ottawa on  July 18. The deliberations of this conference, the decisions it may reach or  fail to reach, yes, even the spirit manifested within the conference, will have  far-reaching effects not only upon Canada and the British nations of the  world, but upon ail nations.  Because this is true, the people of Canada will follow the proceedings  of the conference with an interest surpassing in its intensity that usually  ���������displayed by them in the sessions of their own parliament. It is, in a sense,  a parliament of the Empire that will be in session, and while its conclusions  will have to be confirmed and ratified later by each individual parliament in  Great Britain and the -Dominions, it is safe bo say that once the conference  itself has reached unanimity, its decisions will be accepted by all.  On  the  other  hand,   should   ths   conference   fail   in  its  avowe_   ol>ject,  should it prove as abortive of results as the London conference of 1930. the  outcome may possibly be very disastrous; in fact, in such an event, it would   t _. .      - .     . ,-_....  _ , ^   ^ Y.    ... . - -~ ....  . -.      tritis or stomach ulcers.       Don't dose  nave   been   better   if   there   had   been   no   conference.       British   people   acid stomach   -with   pepsin   or   artificial  ACID STOMACH  IS DANGEROUS  Sufferers From Indigestion  CUT THIS OUT  "Stomach   trouble,   dvspcpsia.   indiKes-  ! lion,   sourness,   gas.   Jjeartbum,   food   fer  Clean Seed For Farmers  Hon. Mr. Buckle Announces Plan For  Cleaning Wheat In Belief Area  The Honourable W. C. Buckle, Minister of Agriculture, announces plans  for the cleaning of wheat supplied  to farmers in the relief area of Saskatchewan.  ,.    .  The stocks in local elevators will be  distributed insofar -as they are satisfactory and farmers will take the  wheat home and clean it <jr they may 'soldier ahd has    also    occupied    im-  Governor Of Queensland  Rt.  Hon.   Sir   Leslie  Wilson,  Former  Governor Of Bombay,- Has  Received Appointment  Lleut.-Governor Rt. Hon. Sir Leslie  Wilson, former Governor of Bombay,  has been appointed Governor of  Queensland, Australia. He succeeds  Lieut.-General Sir. T. H. Goodwin and  will take over his new duties in June.  Sir Leslie Wilson is a distinguished  arrange with custom clee_aing outfits   portant government posts. He served  to clean it.   . Some of these may be   in ths South African war, and _i_ the  everywhere entertained high hopes of the conference of 1930 in advance of  its sittings, and their disappointment over its almost complete failure waa  correspondingly great, their only consolation being the decision reached to  meet again and make another try for success.  All political parties in Canada are sincerely desirous that the Ottawa  conference should succeed where the London conference failed. We believe the same can be said of all political parties in Great Britain and the  other Dominions. If this united will to succeed is persisted in, if it becomes  intensified as the opening date of the conference approaches, if the determination of the masses of the people that the conference shall succeed is  manifested everywhere, then success will be achieved.  That such a feeling and desire  now animates the people of Western  Canada is indicated by the proposal made in the Saskatchewan Legislature  that all parties in that Assembly should unite in framing and unanimously  Adopting a resolution setting forth the views of their people as to the policies  which Canada should present to the conference, thus, so far as Saskatchewan  is concerned, e_____inai__ag all partizan contentions.   The suggestion goes even  farther, namely, that all thc other Western Provincial Legislatures should  follow the same course.      In a word, the suggestion is that so far as the  Western Provinces of Canada are concerned they should, in advance of the  conference,  reach  common  ground in regard to matters -of policy in the  sphere of Empire trade, as the Interests of the West may he affected thereby, and acquaint the Ottawa Government of its conclusions.  Great Britain is to be represented in the conference by a new National  Government representative of Conservatives, Liberals, and a. section of j. dirt  Labor; Australia will be represented by a new Government representative of  a combination of political groups. It is well, therefore, that the national  viewpoint of Canada, as represented by political groups, should thus be ascertained and presented to the Canadian Government.  Admittedly the difficulties to be overcome, the problems to be solved, are  many and great. The national interests of each component part of the Empire have to be recognized, while the combined interests of all are being  worked out. There must, therefore, be a willingness to give and take, to  compromise, to reach common grounds of understanding, rather than to  adopt inflexible attitudes. Fortunately for the ultimate success of the conference this fact appears to be more generally recognized and accepted than  heretofore.  It is fortunate, too, that in manufacturing circles in Eastern Canada  there is everywhere in evidence a willingness to go some way at least in the  direction of more encouragement for the sale of British-made goods in  Canada in return for preferences in the Old Country markets for those  products which constitute the great bulk of Canada's export trade. Taken  all in all the omens appear to be favorable to a successful outcome of the  conference's deliberations.  It is also well that the move for unanimity in the matter of Canadian  policy in the conference should originate in these Western Provinces. No  part of Canada stands to gain more, or to lose more, than does the West.  For example, it is universally recognized that the success of the Hudson  Bay route depends upon the development of a large import trade from  Britain through the port of Churchill. An absence of such import trade  raeans that the export of grain and other Western products will be strictly  limited because a one-way rail and steamship traffic can never succeed. It  is economically impossible, too expensive, because without two-way traffic  vessels put on the route, rates on both railway and such ships as do operate  will, of necessity, be too high to insure success.  This is but one aspect of the subject, small, perhaps, in relation to the  whole subject of Empire trade, but very vital nevertheless to Western Canada. It is because of just, such aspects, however, that a unity of Canadian  opinion is so essential before the conference begins its wofrk. It is to be  hoped that such unity will be established and find expression around the  conference table.  mentation, etc.. are'" caused nine times  in ten by chronic acid stomach," says  a  well  known   authority.  Suming-   hydrochloric   ncid   uevuiGiMs   in  icid8ffito1esRindn ffi *y Private individuals "and   Great War   commanded   the   Hawks  stomach lining, and often leads to sas- (some by municipal councils. An al-, battalion, of the Royal, Naval Division, serving throughout Gallipoli and  later in France.  digestants that only give temporary relief from pain by driving the sour, ferment-tip food out of the stomach into  the intestines.  Instead, neutralize or sweeten your  acid stomach after meals with a little  Bisurated Magnesia and not ������nly will  the pain vanish but your meals will  digest naturally. There Is nothing better than Bisurated Magnesia, to sweeten  and settle an acid stomach. Your stomach acts and feels fine In just a few  minutes. _ Bisurated Magnesia can be  obtained from any reliable druggist in  either powder or tablet form. It is safe,  reliable, easy and pleasant to use, is  not a laxative and is not at all expensive.  ftU 1 ternative is to have it cleaned by the  local elevator or milling company.  The cost of cleaning the wheat is  included in the price and those clean- ������������������  ing it themselves can claim a rebate  from the Saskatchewan Relief Commission of 2V2 cents per bushel.  When a farmer is unable to clean it  Persian Balm creates and preserves  lovely and youthful complexions.  Tones and stimulates the skin. Fragrant as a--flower. Cool as morning  dew. Swiftly absorbed by the tissues,  making the   skin   wonderfully   soft-  himself he will make his own arrange- ] textured. Unrivalled as an aid to  ments for getting it cleaned and the feminine elegance. Delisrhtful to use.  -_,__,_-,_* ... _.     a.a.   'Imparts    additional  Relief   Commission  will  pay   to   the   daintiesl  To Protect Forests  New -Machine For Constructing Fire  Lines Is Invented  A new machine has been invented  to aid in fighting forest fires. It is  nothing more than a powerful tractor  with a wide plough fixed in front. The  plough is used for constructing fire  lines to prevent the spread of forest  fires. It can make a furrow fifteen  inches, wide and will throw out the  sixteen inches on either side,  making' a fire line almost four feet  wide. It will accomplish in one hour,  work that would keep ten mien busy  for s. whole day.  cleaner a rate not exceeding 2*_.  cents per bushel for the quantity of  wheat cleaned. The charge will be  based on the quantity of uncleaned  wheat (excluding commercial dock--  &������>e), put through the cleaner.  The operator of the cleaning machine wiil be required to * submit to  the Relief Commission satisfactory  evidence of cleaning  charm, to the  daintiest of women. Persian Balm is  the one toilet requisite for the exacting woman.     Peerless as a beautifier.  Keep Trade In Canada  Carrying of Canadian wheat hy  Canadian traffic facilities and through  Canadian ports rather than through  United States channels, wouid solve  Time Has Tested It.���������Dr. -Thomas'  Eclectric Oil has been on the market  upwards of fifty ears and in that time  it has proved a blessing to thousands.  It is in high favour throughout Canada and its. excellence has carried its  fame beond the seas. If it were  double the price it wouid be ������ cheap  liniment.  to a large extent the transportation  Proner forms ' problems of the Dominion, and would  for this purpose c&nbe obtained from ' provide millions of dollors for Cana-  the local relief, officer.  .The Relief Commission will only  accept responsibility for cleaning  charges on wheat supplied by the Relief Commission.  Any cleaning for which" the Relief  Commission pays must be satisfactory to the Saskatchewan Department"  of Agriculture, whose representatives  will make periodical inspections of  cleaning operations as soon aa the  wheat is released for delivery to  farmers.  dian labor, said Col. E. C. Phinney,  president of the Halifax harbor commission, addressing the Toront������  Transportation Club.  Nearly all children are subject to  worms, and many are born with  them. Spare them suffering by using  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,  an excellent remedy..  How Railway Fights Weeds  English    Company- Finds    Spraying  Poison From Tracks Effective  Weeds are the railwayman's  enemy as well as the gardener's. If  left alone they would choke the permanent way as effectively as in like  circumstances, they would do our  flower-beds and gravel paths. The  British Southern Railway has made  an effective weed-killing train by  coupling two old tenders together and  fitting them with spray pipes and  tanks. A special form of liquid  weed-killer is used, and the spray  pipes have an effective range of about  ten feet.  Something For Nothing  Do .you know that the honeybee ia  the only animal on the farm, furnishing a product ready for the table and  The , German State Railway is -obtaining its own food from materials  experimenting with self-propelled . which cost the farmer nothing and  freight cars, each powerful enough to which cannot be used for any other  pull one trailer, for local traffic. {purpose?  Having walls cojnposed almost  completely of glass, a New York  architect has designed a round school  building with a view to saving lighting expense.  A new electrical recording instrument detects errors of one-millionth  oi an inch.  A Japanese legend has  music was devised by the  lure tho sun-goddess from  where sho had retired.  it that  gods to  a   cave  it  I*l������������ly���������la ������iy face dirty, or is  my imagination ?  Wiggly���������Your face    isn't; I don't  know about your Imagination.  c  __-J^*'__3_y I3___ uM_____ w!_l_r_-fi^_  Could Hardly Get Around  Mm. Charit-a Storrne, tt.lt. fi, Pioton, Onfc.������  vvntea:���������"I \mv������ troubled with palpitation of tlu������  hwfc: couldn't deep, day or night, and Waa ho  weak I could hardly got around.  After taking Milhum'n Heart and Nerve HUi  I wm greatly relieved of theso attacks.  My mother alat. haa great faith In thorn and  find., no other medicine can help her bo muoh fer  heart trouble.  I can -Utoure you that Mllburn'ii Heart ami  Nerve Villa are a wonderful builder."1  iy    mffijl *VoV'toV6B������ atMluMr'>1 uiar**> ������* >������*l'*������l dlrtot mm r������o*i|������t ������f prim, by Tit* *>. Mill.urn  When a mother detects from the  wrlthlngs and fretting of a child that  worms arc troubling it, sho can procure a reliable remedy in Miller's  Worm Powders which will expel all  worms from tho system., Thoy may  cause vomiting, but this need cause  no anxiety, because it is but a manifestation oE tholr thorough work. No  worms can long exist whoro these  Powders aro used.  ;M|l:l||J;|:fe  _______   m __P*J__ ll  fdoe $0o a mt  Cost Of Stamp Commission  The coat of tho Stamp Commiaolon  which investigated trading ill grain  futuroa is tho subject of questions  piuced on tlie o^dor paper of tlie  House of Commons by A. l>. Boau-  blen (Lib. Provenchor). %iv. Beau-  blon asks tho total cost of the commission, amounts paid tlio three  commissioner*. for both fees ancl expenses, and amounts expended in fees  for lawyers engaged toy tho Government.  Somo of tho hardwood tree specie.,  give off ao muoh aa 80 quarts of  water per day by evaporation.  w. n. u.  ioai  THE woman who lets headaches upset, her'plana must;  have her eyes and ears closed to certain facts about  Aspirin. There is always swift comfort, and never any  harm, in Aspirin -tablets. Doctors have said so; men and  women everywhere have found it so. Any headache���������  from any cause���������is always relieved by one or two tablets.  And lots of other aches and pains. Neuralgia. Neuritis.  Rheumatism. Nagginp! pains. The pain from colds'which  make you "ache all over/' Sore throat. Systemic or  "muscular" pain. Aspirin can spare you lots of needles*  suffering! Be'sure you get Aspirin���������not a substitute!  AC  trnmrnVW  NADU IN CANAOA���������������'l'HAUW������M_>ifc������K irii-A-J.) OTEE   REVIEW.'- CRESTON'.   B.   ,CL  l&  POLE  mmm  sui FOR  ACTION  ison FavorsCanada  SETS  NEW  RECORD  h-������i5_vo.tOt^U( 3������a_s.���������TJiidisrr___yed by-  financial difficulties and dwindling  membership dues the organized farmers of Saskatchewan re-e-eeted their  principal officers iand embarked on  a determined effort to raise money  for the poUtical;Vfoattle they plan to  wage within the next year.  A. J. Macauley, Faseca> steadfast  proponent of political action, was  unanimously re-elected   president   of  - the United, Farmers, of Canada, Saskatchewan section, at their convention here, and J. F. Herman, Rocan-  ville, was re-elected vice-president.  At the same time the delegates to  the convention pledged themselves to  raise the sum of $10,000 for the treas-  uryy of the association within the  r.ext four months and failing that to  consider ways and means of disband-  Itjg...  With a view to facilitating the enrollment of members the' present  membership fee' of $5 per year was  reduced to $2. for a family, this to  include children under 16 years of  age. Individual adult membership  fees were placed at $2 and fees for  persons between the ages of 16 and  21 at $1.   -  Re-election of Mr. macauley puts  the stamp of approval on his work  during the past year in organizing  the Saskatchewan farmers on a  political basis and in attempting to  form a working alliance with farm  bodies in other provinces as well as  with the Labor Party. .It was Mr.  Macauley, too,. who broached* the  suggestion for amalgamation of the  three prairie provinces, Manitoba,  Saskatchewan and Alberta under one  government.  The financial difficulties of the farm  organization are due in part to the  practice of collecting their fees  through the wheat pool. Members  authorized the wheat pool to deduct  the amount of the fee from the second payment on the crop and turn it j  over to the United -Farmers of Can- j  ada., . Since 1929 no second crop payments have been made by the pool  and same ������63,058 in dues is tied up in  wheat pool requisitions. A reoslution  was passed calling for the termination  of this arrangement' at the earliest  possible moment.  Many delegates expressed dissatisfaction with the working -of the present Saskatchewan Debt Adjustment  Act. The convention decided to ask  the  provincial  legislature  to   amend  - tne- act to provide enlargement of the  ' debt adjustment commission to three  members with the chairman a trustee  in bankruptcy. Another amendment  was requested to prevent the launching of any legal proceedings for the  recovery of debts without the per-  B__U>S5on of the.commission.  Banking System Of Dominion Is  Praised By American Official  . Washington, D.C.���������Comparison between the banking systems of Canada  and the United States to the, disadvantage of the latter appears in the  report of the treasury appropriation  hill. ,,    \; .-.".���������-    '���������-���������'.' ...   . .,"'  Comptroller of Currency John W.  Bole told a congressional committee  there had been 2,290 bank failures  in the United States-during the calendar year 1931 and none in Canada  since 1923.  . "It is a sad commentary on our  system," he said, "when we realize  that with an imaginary line running  between    Canada    and    the    United  ������5f"_f-."AC*       TXrV_*-������**J3     fVl-Ci     opwia    <nhQT������o/������+A������i     w---P  ���������-���������-������������������-������������������������-J ma, ��������� *���������������*--.  w U-t-t-w       **������C*r____4. W       ���������������_���������*-- ������_������._. *_v^ *������W*. XJAm  people live and where the same economic conditions prevail, there is this  great difference in banking conditions.  T"The people on both sides of the  border have similar characteristics.  They are only separated by an imaginary line, while on one side they  have had no bank failures*whatever,  on our side there have been hun-'  dreds of bank failures."  Wheat Shortage  May Terminate Trade  Agrcci_ie  Sir Malcolm Campbell, British  speed king-/.'who hung up a new  world's speed record of 253 miles an  hour with his ^Bluebird" racing machine on Daytona Beach.  Boost ChiirchiD Port  tn  W*frU   Riiccis.    ExPect  Tha* Twenty   Ships  Will  Be  .TSlii   iUUdld j     Needed To Take Care Of Cargoes  I  Soviet   To   Use   Thirty-Two   Million  Bughels For Seed  Ottawa, Ont.���������The Dominion Bureau of Statistics has received a  cable from London giving the official  text of the Molotov-Stalin decree regarding Soviet grain. It announces  that 1,926,0 00/000 pounds of grain  (32,100,000 bushejs) will be sent to  collective and state farms in the  drouth areas for seed and food, the  principal " areas - affected being* the  lower and middle Volga, Kazakstan  and western Siberia regions.  It is also decreed that the collection off-grain for spring sowing en  collective farms shall be 5,700,000  metric tons, to be completed in the  principal areas by March 10. Up  to February 10, 39 per cent, of this  program, had been fulfilled.  This report gives further evidence  of the suspected crop failure over  large Russian areas last season and  explains in large measure why south  Russian -wheat shipments have fallen  to such low- levels in the past few  months.  Victims Of War  British Government Is Urged To Take  Immediate Action !  London,  England.���������The   trade   and  industry committee of the Conserva-  Winnipeg, Man.���������Churchill, Manitoba's far north port on Hudson Bay,  to be opened this summer, will be extensively used during its first open  season, Brig.-Gen. R.    W.    Paterson,  Rt.   Hon.   Arthur   Henderson   Makes  Appeal On Behalf Of Children  Of the World  Geneva, Switzerland.���������Rt. Hon. Arthur Henderson, president of ' the  world disarmament conference, addressed an eloquent appeal to the as-  tive party decided to.urge upon the   presideQt of  me   On-to-the-Bay As.  ,  , ���������   government immediate steps,to  ter-   sociatl        predicted. He said possibly ! sembied   delegates   in   behalf  of   the  i-v_.5_--<of-___,   t-V__<__.     A B.rfyTri_.52lr\������-r____r    ri'Qj.a   acvvaa.   1 ��������� . *    * . ���������*- i      *   ���������    ������  20  ships  would be  required  to  take , children of the world, who,  he said,  minate the Anglo-Soviet trade agree  ment. i  The committee reached._its decision, '  it said, in a desire to see Great Bri- ���������  tain free to take appropriate steps to  remedy present unsatisfactory indus- >.  trial conditions and to give representatives of the United Kingdom greater freedom in their conversations with  the Dominions at the Imperial Confer- ,  ence at Ottawa next July. *' I  care of cargoes available.  Majority of    the   ships  that    will  are always the victims of war.  President      Henderson's       address  C_*V������_-������ktt H-l mm m**a*m*amtA II  ������������M AM  uiii i'iuiii AiiiCa  make the journey through Hudson > maiked the closing of general dis-  Straits from British and European j cu^sions at the conference. It held  ports wilt have " bulk cargoes. Gen. | a note of hopefulness.  Paterson said, but he believed at | Many millons of children were  least, half a dozen would carry | sacrificed behind the lines in the  package.freight. j Great War, he  said, to  tuberculosis,  Arrangements are being made by l-r.'ckets and other diseases -which  grain and cattle interests in western \ rurLlessly destroyed a rising gener-  Canada to take full advantage of the \ at on.  Heavy Grain Shipments  Over Six Million Bushels. For United  Kingdom. Pass Through Vancouver  Port  Vancouver, B.C.���������During the past  two weeks   approximately   ���������.200,000  bushels of grain have been booked for  shipment through this port for the  l. nited Kingdom and the continent,  according to local grain brokers.  During the past week, the weekly  leport of the Vancouver Merchants*  Exchange shows, shipments totalled  1,431,066 bushels, bringing the season's total to 43,430,880 bushels. At  this time last year the export was  4.3,511,070 bushel...  Found Flight Difficult  J new  route,  the  On-to-the-Bay  presi-    , dent   said. ' Annual   meeting   of  the  Shipment Received In Calgary To Be  On-to-the-Bay    Association   will    be  Used For Poultry Feed ' held at Moose Jaw, Sask., March 23  Calgary, Alberta.���������Believed a pre- - *      -���������   -^ _-,>r-   fW.  .   .  l cedent,  a shipment    of    corn    from y ������������������- - ~"   "7"   :���������������������������-.��������� ��������� ���������-- ������������������'."���������    T-���������������������������������������������:������������������'  Africa arrived in Calgary, for delivery j Quebec Favors Sweepstakes  to local feed dealers recently. The;- Kan-iltoh, Ont.-���������Representatives of  shipment came from Vancouver and 48 municipalities from all over On-  will be used for poultry feed. . | tario condemned sweepstakes    as    a  The dealers receiving the corn ex- ; meaiiS of raising money to meet, re-  plained that it was cheaper to pur- 'lief expenditure in the province. Pre-  chase- African corn at present tiian diction that Dominion-wide sweep-  the North or South Dakota product stakes would soon be a reality was  which  had  previously  been  used   by _ made   by   Mayor" Houde.   If   Ontario   Victoria.  them. -The African corn, they de- . Wii.- not prepared to co-operate, Que-i "We did not have one clear day  clared, was better suited for the pur- i bee v.ould lead the way, he said, de- ( all the way across Canada," said  pose, being harder and smaller than ! rUrmg, "I'm going to start it in Mon- I Cross, describing-the difficulties of  the United States variety. jtseal." j long winter flying.  SIR ff  SETS UP A NEW  SPEED RECORD  Daytona Beach, Fla.���������Sir Malcolnat  Campbell, British speed king, wrote  smother thrilling chapter to his years*  of racing history by hanging up a.  new world's automobile speed record  of 253,95 miles an hour over a mile  route.  The 48-year-old driver who has*  been blazing new speed marks-  down the "roaring road" for a.  quarter of a century, drove his 12-  cyllnder "Bluebird" car twice over the  ocean course to ^surpass by 8.235-  mtles an hour his former record of  245.733 established in the same car  here last year.  On his first run, made southward  over the beach, Sir Malcolm attained  the speed of 267.459 miles an hour.  Upon reaching the south end of the-  course, he immediately turned hia  bullet-nosed machine around and shot  back northward over the beach at a  speed of 241.773,  He covered the mile on his first  run in 13.46 seconds and flashed  across that distance on his second  trial in 14.S9 seconds for an average  time of 14.17 seconds for both runs.  In establishing a new record over  the mile, Sir Malcolm, clipped .47 of  a second off his old record.  On his return Sir Malcolm also es-'  taclished new world speed records  over one and five kilometre routes,  but the announcement was not made  public by officials until after they had  checked their calculations.  Sir Malcolm's new record for, the  kilometre, which, is approximately  2,000 feet less than a mile, was 251.-  3-������0 miles an hour, compared with his  former record for that distance of  246.086. His new record for five  kilometres was 241.569 miles an hoar  n.s compared with his old record of  i 216.045.  Aviators Take Six Weeks For Tran-  " - Canada Trap  Victoria, B.C.���������Battling iee and fcg-i  for practically the entire six weeks  consumed for the trip, and dogged by  ill luck in the form of three minor  crashes, W. H, Cross, Victoria, owh-  er, and Hari Grubbstrom, Montreal,  aviator, landed here to complete their  trans-Canada flight from Montreal to  Improvement In Wheat  Situation Is Predicted  BRITAIN'S EMERGENCY CABINET S ITS ALL NIGHT ON WAR SITUATION  9?<KC_--_--_������M'0������������tK$}__  ChlncHc Purchase '-Pliuics.  Worcester, Masa,���������-Horry S. Juo,  head of tho Worcester Chinese Aid  Committee,'stated Chinese, in this,  country have bought nnd are shipping, to the Chinese for use nt Shanghai 75 military aeroplanes. "Chinese  lead era?, he added, "nro now alap^ne-  jgolJafclng with German.''Intercuts���������*for  tho purchase of another' 100 lighting  , "planes to wend home.".  'Connor Troop MovMrifnis  Tokyo, Japan.���������Connorshlp waa Invoked., again to cloftls,.tho movement  of jrai-kncwe'i', roih^ii'conVp^ta to1 -the  Ghiftghn,-', front, cjmfjr '*nengro'! irko-  coun te; of'i ihlli tnry*' > prop'aratlona ap-  pear^l^.^^vv-pa^apappra, '  Statistical Experts Believe Canada  Will Again SeM To Europo  Ottawa, Ont.-���������Cables from Italy,  Germany and Russia brought encouraging news from a. Canadian  standpoint in regard to the wheat situation. Italy is allowing its millers  to use a larger percentage of foreign.  wheat beginning March 1. Germany  is soon to be a buyer of wheat again.  Meanwhile, from. Russia comes word  of shortages for seeding purposes ir_  [ the Volga, Siberia and ' Kayakstass  area.  . The despatch from Berlin predicting Germany will soon be buying  wheat, is corroborated in letters  which Hon, H. H. Stevens, Minister 'of  Trade and Commerce, has received.  Statistical experts of the department  also expressed the opinion that very  soon Spain would lift the barriers  against foreign wheat as her domestic  wheat supply becomes exhausted.  France has been _*elaxing her restrictions until now the millers can mix  20 per cent, of foreign wheat and  this may be increased.  Statistical experts here take the  view that very soon Italy, Franco,  Spain and Germany will all be buying wheat. This, it Is suggested,  should help Canada materially. Tho  Dominion has approximately 185,000,-  000 bushels of wheat for export.  Murderous Attack  i������  Nows from London, England, sitaten that Brltnln'a ICmorgency Cabinet Committee nat all night hooping in  ���������bbiistanfc touoh with, the latest development In Shanghai. Tho committee will maintain contaot with thc aitwatlon in  China and will be prepared to meet on one hour's natlce. Thin In the first time nlnco tho World War that audi a  Committee:haa boon-formed. Above aro flvo of tho seven Kmergcncy Cabinet momhers: Left, top and bottom, sir  John-Simon, Foreign Secretary; Lord Hallsham, Secretary of War, Centre: Right Hon, Stanley Baldwin, Lord  President of the Council. Right, top and bottom: Neville Chamberlain, Chancellor of the Eixcliequer; and Sir  Qwtnucl <Hooro,> Secretary of state for India.  Blaine    I-al.e     School    Teacher  Seriously Wounded By Gunner  SaBkatoon, Saslc.���������The spotlight of  notoriety was again turned on Blaine  Lake, Doukhobor BOttlemont in northern Saskatchewan and tho scene of  several, incendiary iSC-ioo! ilreu durhig  the past few months; na word waa received of a murderouu attempt on the  life of Misa dllga"W������flleyi 22-year-old(:i  ���������'schdol'tciaiihe'r,: of' 'M&ftk&WtmW,' as' 'eha  lay In her bed In a little achoolhouao  ahout six1 miloa ttt>&* Blaine- iMlim*  Mim 'Wiasltey waa ';'tii'e target1'of "twO''  BhoLa from an unknown gumnau, who  amoahed. the window and used a. ohot-  gun In hia efforta to kill the young  teacher.  Word of tho ahootlng waa alnsoot  Immediately followed by tlie nvtmrni of  Pete Dowlenlco, 18, Hon of a DouMto-  bor farmer, Hvlnjyr ono mile from tuj������  H0h<M������l4 THE CSESTON  BEYIBW  Theatre wdlij IfldSiO  JOY FOR ALL  THE FAMILY  Sail  down   the  Mississippi  with  Huck, Tom, Beck������, the  Duke  or������ri the rest ins search of boyhood's greatest thrill.  Mark Twain's REAL boys find romance  in a breath-taking runaway adventure!  Jovial Gene Pallette gives the yonthful  heroes an  exciting idea,  act on It in  And they  "Huckiei-Bm. Finn  with  JACKIE COOGAN  MITZI GREEN  JUNIOR DURKIN  JACKIE SEARL  EUGENE PALLETTE  Directed by the maker of 'Skippy'  and made by the producers of  "Tom Sawyer."  SALE: OF" E&T&AY  HE/f^tzR  Came to my premises about December  1st, 1931, yearling eifer. white face. If  not claimed within one month will b������  sold to pay expenses. HASRY HEL.ME,  Camp Lister, B.C.  Local and Personal  WANTED���������Work horse, must be in  good shape, state price. Kurt Heyne,  Lister.  RANCHERS���������Your eastoff horses are  worth dollars for fox meat. See P. M.  Wiltse, Creston.  Col. E Mallandaine was a business  visitor at Nelson a couple ol days at the  end of the week.  ROOSTERS FOR SALE���������White Leghorns from R.O.P. stock, $1.50 each. J.  W. Robinson, Creston  LOST���������In Creston, pair of spectacles  (nose glasses) ��������� Reward. Finder please  notify P.O. Box 104, Creston  FOR SALE���������Nine months' old lading  pullets, Rhode Island Reds and Light  Suss-x.   Geo. Mawson. Creston.  HOUSE FOR RENT���������6-room house.  Victoria Avenue, electric light, garage.  poultry house.   C_L Nickel; Creston,  PIGS FOR SALE ��������� Yorkshires, six  weeks old, choice stock, $4 each while  they last.    D. Learmonth, Creston.  FOR SALE���������Ayrshire milch cow and  DeLaval cream separator, or will exchange for horses. A Krygsveld {Rose  Ranch), Creston.  According to Telephone Talk there are  136 telephone connected to the Creston  central. This 5s gain of two over the  same date in 1931.  Mrs. J. F. Rose, who has been laid up  with a broken arm at Creston Valley  public hospital for just about five weeks,  is making a slow but sure recovery, and  will be leaving  for home very   shortly.  The C.GXT. of Trinity United  Church are having a St Patrick's tea in  the church basement on Saturday afternoon, March 19th.  Due to" the quick thaw of the very  heavy snowfall,, along with some rain,  many of the cellars in all parts of town  are quite well filled with water.  Mrs. Keitieweil and n'eice, Louise  d'Felaise, of Kimberley, arrived on Tuesday on a visit with her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. A. Andetwm, Victoria Avenue.  The Grand is offering another stellar  attraction to morrow night in Mark  Twain's well known "Huckleberry Finn,"  which will be shown at regular pricea.  Rev. T. Scott, who haa been laid up  with pleurosy at Cranbrook, was able to  return at the end of the week, and took  the service at Christt Church on Sunday  evening.  A variety entertainment will be  ���������  ft  *  ft  ������  ft  .  ft  ft  ft  f  __>.  mm       Tjiiipr @r      km SB BS S3_  &oe& mot aasr  AH you have to do is use the right  kind at the right tini3 in the right  place. Make known your requirements to us and we will see that you  get the amount you want. Price is  guaranteed. Do not delay. Do it  today. To get the benefit of our  carload price orders must be placed  imused .ate! v.  y entertainment  sr* +.___.   P"__-___? West I   r_r_   W_3_lT1A������-d.&V  ...   _..������.  ing, March SOth, under  the Woman's Auxiliary.  and 26 cents.  given  even-  the auspices of  Admission  50  due  The  has  To-night*s social feature is the curlers'  bridge  with   presentation of  cups and  trophies at   the Parish   Hall, cards  to    start  at  8   o'clock   prompt  admission is 50 cents.  Thursday evening, March 17th,  been booked by the Pythian Sisters for a  St. Patrick's dancp.at the Park pavilion  at the popular price of $1 per couple,  which includes supper.  The evening of Friday,, March 11th,  has been taken by the Krickson Hospital  Ladies' Auxilary for a bridge for  hospital benefit at the Parish Hall at  8.15.   Admission 50 cents.  W. Vance, who is in charge of the  Nelson central of the Associated Growers  of B.C., was a business visitor here at the  first of the vjeek. He was in charge of  Creston sub-central in 1930.  Miss A. H. Doyle left on Monday for  Pentieton, where she will be located  permanently in charge of the office of  the Bell Mines, Limited, which has been  shifted to that town from Creston.  Creston board of trade has its March  meeting at. the town hall on Tuesday  night. Goat River canyon development  is sure to. be to the fore and the issuing  of a pfiblictty paphlet will also be  discussed.  Egg shipments by the Farmers' Institute pool from Creston for February  totalled 3670, which is a gain of 40  dozen on January when 3630 dozen were  shipped, Monday was a particularly  busy day with an intake   of 400   dozen.  The March meeting: off- Creston nd  District Women's Institute will be held  on Friday next, 11th, at which Mrs.  North of Sirdar is expected to give a  demonstration on needlecraft. Members  are asked to make a report on all tickets  9bld on the quilt raffle.  Farmers' Institute egg pool shipped  almost 325 cases of eggs last month, ihe  most of which went to Kimberley and  Fernie. At the former place local eggs  enjoy great popularity. Nofr.w.th5*a_!d-  ing heavy production the pool is at  times, unable to fill its orders.  Quite a number of Creston people who  are members of Kaslo and District 1500  Club will hear with satisfaction that the  Grand Forks Club with about S50 members haa just been amalgamated with the  Kaslo Club, bringing the total membership well over the stipulated 1500.  The turnout was pretty slim at the  Women's Institute bridge in the Parish  Hall on Friday night, less than ten  tables being in play. The high score  prizes were annexed by Miss Yurick and  R. M. Telford, and the secondary  honors by Mrs. Forbes and Jim  Cherrington.  The Store  with the  Stock  S          ���������  If YOU  are interested  in  $50.00 REWARD!  To the General Public:  I, the undersigned, offer a  Reward nf __!_f_ for infnrma.i-\n  leading to the conviction of  the person or persons who  accused me of being engaged  in the receat illegal manufacture of unsealed liquor.  s. steenstrup.  mWtSSmfSS  \W^L*temWmgmmm* Jfl Atf*  or anything in the line  visit our Paint department and let's talk the  matter over.  G.  Sinclair  Greston Hardware  <r~*._���������______  VMUfUU  c_   !?__-*������  I.AND F?&R -SAL.B  Two 10-acre lots for sale or rent,  most!** all cleared with water and build"*  ings."' E. 'NOUGUIER, Canyon,"B~C���������  -*���������-*���������   ^-m..m.   *.  ___m______Ha  nfc.A,  -���������A-J^-J^-^nr_>-A,nJT'ii_fti_^ii__lhi_fh'i'ftirt_hi_tti_f>r_ft1  SATURDAY SPECIAL  Choice Creamery Butter.- per lb. .25c,  LENT  commences on Wednesday.   This season,  as in  past, we will always in stock "a varied line of Fish of  dependable quality at lowest possible prices.  the  !  Oreston Valley Co-Operative Assn.  Ca. S. ���������. ��������� ., : (3r?-3    *.i_. J__.      .^...^.i. __ _,_*_._  Phone 12  CRESTON  .__.__.__.__._>.  __k______________4L_______m_______________  .s?"���������^.!Us-SHS-SulUSa?  aims  SStfiU.  esujistis?!  First Quality  ^^^5  r__B    ^___ _��������� ������L__4__. ^B^^ "S   ^ff^Jgfc  mm*       mm *m Si^^^   BS BS    Si^^^^  *m      ra lkymM/   H H   ^ft__ ^  at  |^Q^r^|^     Pl*lCCS  THIS WEEK WE OFFER YOU t  RICE. 4 lbs. No! 1 : ;.$ .25  LARD���������3 lbs., 45c; 5 lbs., 75c. 1 10 Urn,.. 1.45  BACON, by piece or half-piece, Ib 18  SOUP���������'Campbell's Tomato, 9 cans     1,00  HOTTER���������Fresh Creamery, lb 25  Nu Maid Creamery, lb 30  TEA���������Assam and Pekoe, lb     ,40  COFFEE���������Santo1*., fresh ground, S lbs  1.00  Our Best, bulk, flue blend, lb     .45  MARMALADE, Nelson brand, 4's  60  PEAS, June, 2 cans ,     .25  BACON���������Home Brand, alieed, wrapped  wrapped in celaphone, 2 for     .25  springlike w������ather, with bright sunshine  all day and the mercury getting up to 51  in the shade. There was another two-  inch snowfal Wednesday morning wit^  the proverbial March wind blowing all  day.  Rev. E. R. McLean who is in charge  of the work of the religious education  department for B.C. churches, was  a speaker t Trinity United Church on  Thursday evening last, and during his  stay was a guest of Rev- A. and Mrs.  Walker.  A meeting of those interested in  organizing   a  young  women's  hospital  auxiliary 5s called for Saturday afternoon, March 5th, at 3 o'clock, at the  Mallandaine block. Mrs. Mallandaine  is convenor of the committee in charge  of organization.  For glasses that give perfect and easy  vision make an appointment at the  Cranna jewlery store for Monday,  March 7th. Some of my patients are  still getting service from lenses fitted by  me ten years ago Murdoch McLeod,  R.O., Trail B.C.  FRESH FISH   :  Salmon, Sa]mon_Trout, Halibut,JWhiteSsh, Cod, Smelts  Lake Superior Herring.  SMQKEDFISH  Finnan Haddie,    Haddie Filets,   Eastern Kippers  Western  Kippers.  Salt Herring Salt Cod  I   I"i ^# IM -_>    __>  ��������� wm'vvm'a,'wmm*)>mwmwu  'ff't't'^'f wmm  ���������m'vw  m^P^^**^J**mmmr.^mmwm.  '4,"*J.W.  ��������� W 'WW  ___,   MwaMiUiSbBUHUgai.  ra  I  IS  CJ  ������  ft      \J L-O I %jn EVI-___\l-������-HH I -!-___-  I COMPANY,   LTD.  HRAR THE  MODEL 50  . 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